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May 3, 2018

Volume 48 - No. 18

By Pete Peterson

It’s fight night and my friend Ryman Call is bein’ clobbered to a bloody mess by young Bob Cleary. Blood drips from Ryman’s chin, his right eye swole big as a persimmon. Bob Cleary circles him, a hungry wolf after a crippled sheep. Cleary sends a hard left to Ryman’s forehead. Ryman staggers like a toddler tryin’ to walk. Cleary fires a right to Ryman’s belly. Ryman sprawls to the sawdust. Cleary throws his fists in the air, like he’s the new champ. The crowd The The Paper Paper -- 760.747.7119 760.747.7119

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screams and stomps, glad Ryman Call is finally gettin’ his due, plum happy the local boy they’ve watched trot off to school holdin’ big sister’s hand, is doin’ the smashin’. They yell for Ryman to get up, they want him beat on more. I’m Hamas Zanderhook. I cook for Ryman and his three daughters and ride herd on Winder, his eight-yearold boy. I seen ere one of his slugfests from his first barroom brawl to tonight’s donnybrook. This is the onlyist time he’s ever ate sawdust. Usually, it’s the other feller who’s covered with blood and snot and will mebbe cripple through life

the rest of his days.

Ryman’s shellackin’ pains me terrible. If I had my druthers I’d grab Lon Warfield’s pistol and shoot Bob Cleary ‘tween the eyes, but Ryman would yell, “Stay outta my rock patch, Zee.” Sweaty palms and stingin’ eyes be hanged, I gotta a job to do, so I climb into the Big Money seats to handle bettin’ needs of the gentlemen there. A soft-handed feller in a gray fedora, pushes two Abe’s at me. I give him a marker and grab five Washington’s from a city boy with thick glasses and new shoes.

A farmer in the standin’ section yells, “Dummy, get yer ass over here.”

I duck under the rope and take his greenbacks. Ryman lays in the dust like a lazy dog. The farmer’s moola are probably all he has left from that load of hay he sold last fall. He stashed his rolled-up bills in a Prince Albert tobacco can in the barn rafters, should Baby Sister’s headaches return, and the doc needs to visit, or the vet called durin’ calvin’ season. “Mark me for three bucks, Dummy.

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All Ryman’s gonna win tonight is a trip to the cemetery.”

I write, “3 bucks. Redheaded farmer. New overalls.” on my paper, scrawl $3 on ‘nother sheet and hand it to him. He’ll get his money back, ‘long with matching funds from Ryman’s wad if Bob Cleary holds his gains, which I hope he don’t. For the fighter’s it’s winner take all. Knock the other guy senseless or make him cry uncle and the pots yer’s. My cigar box is jammed with seven, eight hunnert bucks, not countin' Ryman’s seed money. Truth be told, folks are more ‘n a little surprised at how this fandango’s unfurled, even if they hoped it’d be this way. But, hope’s one thing, and real somethin’ different.

On the fight floor, Bob Cleary yells, “Get up, Old Man. I got more where that come from.” Ryman pulls hisself to one knee, but looks like he ain’t got the strength, nor the juice to spit. *** Ridin’ over from Yellowbird in Lon Warfield’s pickup earlier this evenin’, Ryman said, “These boys got money to burn. We have an obligation to see it goes in our pocket, so they won’t start no unsafe fires.” That’s Ryman. All jokes and razzin’ ‘cept when he’s beatin' the sap outta some young man with more moolah

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An old prospector shuffled into the town of El Indio, Texas leading a tired old mule.

The old man headed straight for the only saloon in town, to clear his parched throat. He walked up to the saloon and tied his old mule to the hitch rail.

As he stood there, brushing some of the dust from his face and clothes, a young gunslinger stepped out of the saloon with a gun in one hand and a bottle of whisky in the other.

The young gunslinger looked at the old man and laughed, saying, "Hey old man, can you dance?"

The old man looked up at the gunslinger and said, "No son, I don't dance . . . never really wanted to."

A crowd had gathered as the gunslinger grinned and said, "Well, you old fool, you're gonna dance now!" and started shooting at the old man's

than brains. He’s lucky if he just gets knocked out. Some of Ryman’s opponents limp through life after a go at Ryman. Some lose a eye, or get a broke back ‘cause they get up after Ryman hammers ‘em to the ground. One young man spends his days strapped to a chair, prayin’ he won’t pass out from the pain of his next spasm. Pride ain’t got no place in the fight game. In the fight ring, Bob Cleary struts, the prettiest rooster in the coop, hopin’ Ryman gets up, so he can knock him from here to St. Louis and be rich as a bank robber from the prize money.

*** This fist throwin’ contest come ‘bout nigh onto two months ago. I brung a mess of fresh carrots onto the back porch. Ryman waves a envelop. “My answer to Cleary,” he says. “I’ll whup his ass the first Saturday in June. His bailiwick.”

He thumbs a stamp on the letter. “Goin’ by the post office the next day or two, Zee? Drop this off would ya?” Since Ryman’s doin’ the askin’, I whoop up my mule, Pete Grey, and clippety-clop into Yellowbird, where Miss Hattie McCormack, the post mistress, drops the letter into the mail bag. Miss Hattie’s a special friend. She taught me finger talk. My ears may be blistered and orange as a dried apricot, but I hear just fine. It were my talk box that got burned away in the house fire feet.

The old prospector, not wanting to get a toe blown off, started hopping around like a flea on a hot skillet. Everybody standing around was laughing.

When his last bullet had been fired, the young gunslinger, still laughing, holstered his gun and turned around to go back into the saloon. The old man turned to his pack mule, pulled out a double-barreled 12 gauge shotgun and cocked both hammers. The loud clicks carried clearly through the desert air. The crowd stopped laughing immediately. The young gunslinger heard the sounds too, and he turned around very slowly.

The silence was deafening. The crowd watched as the young gunman stared at the old timer and the large gaping holes of those twin 12 gauge barrels.

The barrels of the shotgun never wavered in the old man's hands, as he quietly said; "Son, have you ever kissed a mule's backside?"

The gunslinger swallowed hard and said, "No sir .. . . but . . . but I've always wanted to." There are a few lessons for all of us here: * Don't be arrogant.

* Don't waste ammunition.

that kilt baby sister Darcy and turned Pap to a black cinder. The onlyist sounds I make are mouth noises, hisses, grunts and lip pops. Some years ago, Miss Hattie waved a book, “This shows how to spell words using fingers. If we both learn, you can tell me your needs in no time.”

That were ‘bout when the schoolmarm said my scarred-ugly face made little ones pee their pants, and either I stop comin’ to school, or she’d quit teachin’. It were me who quit, so Miss Hattie taught me to read and do my sums, me spellin’ my answers with my fingers. That were a blessin’ most as big as Ryman’s generosity, I tell you. Now, Miss Hattie asks, “Still aim to move to Jeff City and look for your Momma?” I spell out, “Most likely. When Winder’s in school.”

She nods. “Good time as any to dig up old bones, I guess. Remember, Young Man, just because your Momma was seen in the Katy railroad depot dressed to the high heavens doesn’t mean she’s a Katy Lady.” I nod. Soft words don’t change hard facts. Mom liked her drink when she lived with me and Pap and Darcy, so bein’ a Katy Lady fits her like a Saturday night dance. Katy Ladies comfort lonely men travelers on the railroad. The ladies ride free

* Whisky makes you think you're smarter than you are.

* Always make sure you know who is in control. * And finally, don't mess around with old folks; they didn't get old by being stupid.

I just love a story with a happy ending, don't you?

Signs of the times

SIGN IN A SHOE REPAIR STORE IN VANCOUVER: We will heel you We will save your sole We will even dye for you.


Sign over a Gynecologist's Office: "Dr. Jones, at your cervix. In a Podiatrist's office:

"Time wounds all heels.

On a Septic Tank Truck:

Yesterday's Meals on Wheels At an Optometrist's Office:

"If you don't see what you're looking for, You've come to the right place. On a Plumber's truck:

"We repair what your husband fixed.

and share their earnin’s with the conductor. I spell out, “That’s where I’ll start.” Miss Hattie nods. “I’m here if you need me.”

I nod, climb on Pete and kick him to a trot. I wanna get home and pick some tunes on my banjo to keep away bad thoughts. *** When I first taken bed and founder with Ryman’s family, they farmed 90 acres of Missouri River bottom land, south and east of Yellowbird. Dirt farmin’s never easy, but the summer of ’32, it got terrible. Them bankers at the Yellowbird National Bank stole his inheritance, nigh onto $9,000, and closed the bank for good. Come spring, the Ol’ Muddy flooded for the fourth straight year and washed away everone of Ryman’s crops. Money gets scarce when yer seeds, yer out buildin’s, even yer cows, float downstream to New Orleans, leavin’ piles of sand and bloated fish where tall corn oughta grow. Toppin’ off these miseries, Ryman’s sweet wife, Miss Ethel, she who nursed me back to health when I were burned, passed away fall of ’41, leavin’ Ryman with three daughters and Winder to raise without a woman’s touch. He come to Jeff City and brung me home. I been his cook and chore doer since. Now, the fifth day of June, 1943,

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On another Plumber's truck:

"Don't sleep with a drip. Call your plumber. At a Tire Shop in Milwaukee:

"Invite us to your next blowout. On an Electrician's truck:

"Let us remove your shorts. In a Non-smoking Area:

"If we see smoke, we will assume you are on fire and will take appropriate action. On a Maternity Room door: "Push. Push. Push.

At a Car Dealership:

"The best way to get back on your feet - miss a car payment. Outside a Muffler Shop:

"No appointment necessary. We hear you coming. In a Veterinarian's waiting room:

"Be back in 5 minutes. Sit! Stay! At the Electric Company:

"We would be delighted if you send in your payment on time. However, if you don't, YOU will be de-lighted. In a Restaurant window:

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Still Time to Wine Down With ABWA Chapter – The local Soaring Eagles Chapter of the American Business Women’s Association (ABWA) invites you to Wine Down with them on Sunday, May 6th, from 2-5pm. Come unwind and enjoy fine wines and gourmet appetizers in a beautiful venue, The Holiday Wine Cellar, 302 W. Mission Ave, Escondido. The silent auction will benefit the Scholarship and Education programs of the Soaring Eagles Chapter. Cost is $50/person. For more information or to register at this late date, contact Sue Punian at 760.822.2242 or visit the website at www.abwa-soaringeagles.org.

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Community Players Theatre Presents – “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat on Friday & Saturday, May 4-5th at 7pm, and Sunday, May 6th at 2pm, at the Community Players Theatre, Bailey Bee Theater at Community Lutheran Church, 3575 E. Valley Parkway, Escondido, 92027. Tickets are $18/reserved; $15/general admission. Tickets can be purchased at the door or at www.clcfamily.org.

Hike the San Elijo Hills Tour – The City of San Marcos invites you to hike at San Elijo Hills, a moderate 5 to 6 mile hike from 9am to 12noon on Saturday, May 5th. The hike will start at San Elijo Hills Park and take in a circle tour of the San Elijo Hills area. Trails to be explored will include the Sunset,Canyon, Old Creek Ranch and Copper Creek trails. Registration will take place at 8:30am at the San Elijo Hills Park/Recreation Center, 1105 Elfin Forest Road, San Marcos, 92078. 33 05.998 N, 117

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Bob Cleary parades like the King of Prussia, pretendin’ he’s the new bare knuckle champ of Callaway County. Come Saturday night he hopes to waltz into Yellowbird, the ladies smilin’ all big, at him, each one eager to hop in the buggy and go for a ride. He just needs to salt Ryman Call away. That’s all. *** A little over two hours ago, Lon Warfield parked his pickup under the big maples next to the IGA warehouse. Ryman climbed out, stretched and touched his toes. Ten or twelve men boo like he’s a Halloween ghost, hot as a railroad spike left in the sun for the local fighter. “Yer jest a fart in a windstorm ‘round here, Ryman,” one yells. ‘Nother hollers, “Yer dead an’ don’t know it. Lay down. Make it easy on the undertaker.”

Ryman waves. “Sorry to ruin yer party, boys, but I’m gonna send yer feller home with his tail ‘tween his legs.” He laughs, but he’s serious as sin.

Word that champion Ryman Call has arrived travels fast. ‘Fore ya can say May, June and July, a dozen or so more fight fans hot-foot over from the Harvest Moon Bar. They figure Ryman’ll get his ass kicked, but who don’t want to gander at the king ‘fore he’s knocked from his throne?

North County Widows/Widowers Club Events – You are invited to these special events being held for by the North County Widows and Widowers Club. Sunday, May 6th, 10:30am, Champagne brunch with a wide variety of food choices, $29 plus tax and tip; “Decoy”, Lake San Marcos, 1035 Bonita Drive; contact/RSVP 760.304.0015. Monday, May 7th, at 2:30pm, Free, Old time Radio Performance in the style of the Golden Age of Radio. Scripts written and performed by students, Mira Costa College Learning Center, 1831 Mission Ave., Oceanside; contact/RSVP 760.757.2029. Sunday, May 13th, 5pm, The lovely Shadowridge Country Club dinner/dance; for your dancing pleasure “American Roots Band”; menu, Prime Rib or Chicken Marsala, includes beverage, dessert, tax/tip. Open bar; price: $37/member; $40/non-members. Contact/RSVP 760.495.8156.

Civic Youth Orchestra Concert is Sunday, May 6th – The last concert of the Hidden Valley Community Concert Association’s 2017-2018 Season is on Sunday, May 6th, at 2pm, at the Center Theater at California Center for the Arts, Escondido. The Civic Youth Orchestra has provided professional training and enriched the lives of young musicians, ages 5 to 22, from throughout Southern California since 1956. HVCCA has presented the CYO every two years since 2006 to support the musical arts in the community. The CYO enriches those who perform using symphonic musical instruments

Addin’ sugar to the spice, the feller they figger to do the knockin’ is a youngster they seen climb onto his momma’s lap on Market Day, unbutton her dress, say “Tit” and suck. Don’t that make Ryman’s demise even more grand? *** Me, Lon Warfield and 9-year-old Winder, my special charge at his Daddy’s fights, are invisible to these folks. They eye Ryman like a prize bull when he crosses the parkin’ lot and goes inside for the usual pre-fight confab. Lon Warfield, Ryman’s driver, melts into the crowd, pistol in his pocket. Ryman says, “Lon’s quiet as a Indian and smart as a owl. He can gut and skin a deer ‘fore it’s last turd hits the ground.”

Inside, Ryman ponies up a hunnert dollars to Tom Baker, the fight timekeeper. The local boy hands Tom five hunnert smackeroos for the honor of gettin’ the hominy-grit shit beat outta him. Tom drops the Jing-a-ling into a bag and straps it to his leg where it’ll stay ‘til a clear winner’s declared.

Fight fans from Columbia and Jeff City, mebbe even St. Louis, park Fords, Chevys, and Desoto’s, along the gravel road in front of the IGA Warehouse, come inside and wash down hamburgers and hotdogs with Griesedieck Brothers beer. They don’t give a hang who wins this rumpus long as they got money on the winner. They wear blue or tan pants and white short-sleeve shirts

available to children of any race, religion or ethnic origin thus creating opportunities for young people. The CYO, a tradition of excellence, will be performing the William Tell Overture (Rossini), Romeo and Juliet Fantasy Overture (Tchaikovsky), Dance Bacchanale from Samson and Delilah (Saint-Saens) and a tribute to John Williams (Williams arr. by Paul Lavender) plus one more. The CYO Symphony has performed at Disney Concert Hall twice and been on eight international tours of Europe, Asia and Australia. Important! All seats are $10 for everyone (fees will be assessed on phone and online orders). Tickets are available at 1.800.988.4253; the CCAE ticket office, open Tuesday-Saturday, 12-6pm; and Sunday 12-5pm; or go online to www.artcenter.org. If you want to sit together with a group, you need to order your tickets at the same time. For information on membership and HVCCA’s concerts for the 2018-2019 Season, visit their website at www.hiddenvalleyCCAescondido.info. For more information about the CYO, visit www.civicyouthorchestra.org.

S.M. Chamber to Hold Brown Bag Lunch Event – On Tuesday, May 8th, from 12noon to 1pm, the San Marcos Chamber will hold a Brown Bag Lunch event with Mayor Jim Desmond. The lunch event will be held at the St. Mark’s Catholic Church, John Paul II Building, 1147 Discovery St., San Marcos. Have a question about your city? Wondering about something in your neighborhood? Want to know more about the community’s vision or strategic priorities, or just like to chat? Bring your lunch and your questions. Visit the Chamber website for more news and information, www.sanmarcoschamber.com. Free event for members only, limited to the first 25 Chamber Members that register. RSVP to the San Marcos Chamber, 904 W. San Marcos Blvd., Ste. 10, San Marcos, 92078.

El Camino Quilters Guild Meeting on May 10th – The El Camino Quilt Guild will meet at 9:30am, on Thursday May 10 at QLN Conference Center, 1938 Avenida Del Oro, Oceanside 92056. Parking is limited, so please carpool if you can. Doors open

open at the neck and smoke storebought cigarettes.

The local boys hobble their wagon team in the pasture behind the warehouse, wearin’ fresh-ironed overalls and blue shirts, heavy shoes or boots wiped clean of cow manure and horse dust. They’re bettin’ the neighbor boy beats the royal shit out of Ryman Call tonight and if they take a fiver, mebbe even a ten-spot home to the little lady, that ain’t no sin, right?

9am. Guest fee for the meeting is $10. Our speaker is Marcia Stein. In her lecture she shares her experiences and designs using Adobe Photoshop Elements, Frax HD, (a fractal app for the iPad), and Electric Quilt along with inkjet printing on fabric. Would you like to make quilts inspired by your own photos, but don't know where to begin? Marcia will show you how to find subjects that inspire you, what makes one photo better than another, and simple ways to improve your skills with a camera. Learn why your ability to tell a story is more important than the cost of your equipment, and why enthusiasm for your subject is your strongest ally. Also, save the date for the El Camino Quilt Guild Stash Busters Sale on THURSDAY, JUNE 14th. El Camino Quilters Guild meeting in June will be a way for you to find the quilting treasures you’ve wanted at a discount price. Members will sell items and fabric they no longer need. There will be sewing machines - at least one Feather Weight - and tools, notions, books, patterns, craft supplies, and of course, lots of fabric! Who knows what you might find! This is a fun morning, full of bargains. There will be no guest fee this day. For members - information on renting a table - share one with your friends - and answers to all your questions are in the latest newsletter. Visit elcaminoquilters.com or email info@elcaminoquilters.com for more information.

Center to Hold “Mother’s Day Buffet” – On Friday, May 11th, the Gloria McClellan Center will hold a “Mother’s Day Buffet” at 1400 Vale Terrace Drive in Vista. Join us at 11:00am for entertainment featuring Jason Lohrke as “Neil Diamond.” On the menu is salmon with creamy dill sauce, paprika chicken, rice pilaf, mixed vegetables, yogurt and blueberries. Lunch is served at noon. Suggested donation is $4 for those 60 and older, and an $8 charge for those younger than 60. Reserve by 2:00pm one day prior at (760) 643-5288. The Center is a one-stop hub of services that range from lunch, travel/trips, transportation, exercise, classes,

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gonna get whupped sometime, so why not tonight? Winnin’ the pot is the difference ‘tween drivin’ a Farmall tractor come plowin’ time, or lookin’ a sway-backed mule in the ass ‘nother year. Plus, Cleary aims to ladle gravy on his taters from side bets won from them who don’t think he’s got the goods to handle Ryman Call.

After Ryman agreed to this shindig, he learned Bob Cleary were fifteen years younger, five inches taller and mebbe fifty pounds heavier’n him. “He hits like a fallin’ tree, with arms long as a mowin’ blade. His last three fights, he knocked out good men in less than seven minutes. Total. He’s got sparkle.”

As the never been whupped top dog in the county, Ryman names where the fight’s to be held and when. Ryman don’t fight in Yellowbird, ‘cause he knows even for them that been there afore, crows get lost lookin’ for our slice of Heaven. We got more hills than hollers, and if the road ain’t washed out and muddy its rocky, with so many twists and turns you think you’re goin’ forward, when you’re really goin’ backards.

Ryman’ll fight a giant and two midgets at the same time, if the money’s right. Tonight, he’s got to handle this big, strong man in his own backyard, with the crowd yellin’ encouragement ever breath he takes, ever fist he throws. That’s a heavy load even for champion Ryman Call.

The rules agreed to, I tag along when Ryman walks the warehouse, Winder holdin’ my thumb like a chicken leg. I’ll miss that boy when I’m gone, I tell you.

Ryman laughs. “Good fer him. A good fight means a happy crowd and folks eager for our next knuckle-throwin’ party. That’s more greenback dollars for my family.”

For Cleary, this fight’s like candy from Santa Claus. Hell, Ryman’s old enough to be his daddy. He’s

As to fight time for tonight’s get go, Ryman named twenty-minute rounds with a five-minute blow in between. If both fighters still stand after all that fist-throwin’, they take ten minutes to piss and gulp down a beer or two, then battle ‘til one of ‘em quits or goes down and stays down.

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Local News

The Paper • Page 4 • May 3, 2018 Cold Case Murder from 1986 Solved by Escondido Police

On the morning of November 13, 1986, 75-year-old Richard Finney was found stabbed to death inside of his apartment at 326 E. Mission Ave. in Escondido. Escondido police detectives noted that several items belonging to Mr. Finney had been stolen from the apartment. Detectives collected evidence which included fingerprints and blood evidence. However, a suspect was never identified.

potential suspect. That profile was compared with known DNA profiles in the Combined DNA Index System (commonly known as CODIS), but did not match any of those in the database.

investigative efforts were conducted, which included testing Mr. Mathis’ DNA profile against the previously collected unknown DNA profile. San Diego County Sheriff ’s Crime Lab personnel compared the two DNA profiles and determined that Mathis’ DNA profile matched the DNA profile collected from Mr. Finney’s apartment in 1986.

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The murdered victim, Richard Finney, circa 1986 The case was re-opened in 2007 by Escondido Police Cold Case Homicide Investigators Chuck Gaylor and Norman Wight. Technological advances, not available in 1986, allowed Investigators Gaylor and Wight to have further testing completed on the previously collected blood evidence. The testing revealed the DNA profile of a

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Delighted to hear Escondido Police officers located and arrested the suspect in the cold case involving the murder of Richard Finney back in 1986 (see story on Local News above).

The bloody hand/palm print of the alleged murderer at Finney’s apartment

In 2016, Escondido Police Department Forensic Fingerprint Expert Cassaundra Barnes used new technology that allowed for a better quality photograph of the fingerprint collected from Mr. Finney’s apartment. The higher quality photograph, in combination with advances in fingerprint comparison databases, led to the identification of a suspect, Nathan Eugene Mathis (62-year-old resident of Ontario, CA). Further

brought the suspect to justice. •••• Met with Rebecca Jones, current city councilmember and candidate for the San Marcos Mayor’s Chair. Over coffee we talked of her background, her goals, her endorsements, and her accomplishments. All are impressive. She has the endorsements of current San Marcos Mayor Jim Desmond, Mayor Judy Ritter of Vista, Mayor Matt Hall of Carlsbad and Mayor Sam Abed of Escondido. Anyone and everyone who has ever worked with her appear to also have endorsed her.

Wish we could take credit for nailing the suspect but we can’t. It was simply good, solid police work that

Nathan Mathis, above, was located and arrested at his residence in Ontario, CA. on April 18, 2018. Mathis was booked into the Vista Detention Facility on one count of murder (P.C. 187 (a), where he is being held on a $3,000,000.00 bail.

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The Paper is proud to endorse Rebecca Jones for the position of San Marcos Mayor and urge you vote for her in November. ••••• Speaking of people we should have in public office, and I just was, I’ve been keeping my eye on Mike Sannella for the past several years. We endorsed him when he ran for a seat on the Vallecitos Water Board and we are proud to announce our endorsement now for his run as a San Marcos City Council Member.

We are proud to join that list of endorsers. We’ve know Rebecca for years, have observed her work ethic and followed her career. She’s they type of person we want in government. Honest, hard-working, and dependable.

The lead detective on the Cold Case Unit, Chuck Gaylor, had asked The Paper to do a cover story on this cold case, hoping someone would come forward with information leading to an arrest. If you’d like to read that in-depth story and get some of the background, go here:

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Editor’s Note: The above pastors

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and the latest tools to accomplish the tasks. He is admired by not only his constituency but those with whom he works.

In short, Mike Sanella belongs on the San Marcos City Council. We hope you will vote for him in November. ••••• It's been a great week here in LaLa Land. As I pen thee notes it is mid-day on a balmy Saturday and I've been getting lots of work done and papers off my desk, at long last. For the first time in about six months I seem to be almost totally pain-free feeling well. Life is good!

Anyone who follows Mike on Facebook is aware that he is a strong family man, spending any free time he has with his wife and daughter. When he’s not with his family he’s spending his waking hours fulfilling the responsibilites he took on as a board member for the Water Board . . . and he has acquitted himself beautifuly.

Rebecca Jones, Candidate for the position of San Marcos Mayor

We enjoy the weekly Pastor's Columns of Hal Seed, Sam Brumit, and Tom Fry. Unfortunately, we don't see pastors Sam Brumit and pastor Tom Fry that often anymore, just very occasionally. We hope they both can write more regularly as does pastor Hal Seed. All of them are extraordinarily gifted and have something very interesting and uplifting to say.

He’s in touch with his constituents both on social media as well as Chamber of Commerce events - he attends many civic and governmental functions, keeping his ear close to the ground to learn the latest that needs to be done

Last Wednesday I met with two beautiful women; Olga Diaz, a member of the Escondido City Council, bought me breakfast at J&M Restaurant and we just talked and talked, catching up on items. There was no particular agenda. Just two old pals, having breakfast together. Somewhat remarkable because at one time I was one of Olga's biggest critics. Didn't like her. Not one bit. Then, one day, we had lunch together. I learned that not only did she not have horns, fangs, and a pointy tail but she was actually a very nice person. We still disagree on one or two political items . . . I'm very much against illegal aliens being allowed into the USA, she tends to support them. On that item we'll likely never agree . . . but on most other issues I found her to

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Sawdust is spread on the fresh-oiled wood floor that smells like smoke and kerosene. Two yellow light bulbs dangle from black cords in the center of the room where the gladiators come to mark. A cellar door, two hickory saplin’s nailed ‘cross it, leans agin the far wall, transportation to the sawbones, if needed, and most fighter need it after Ryman’s busted ’em up good. Healthy young ladies with big bosoms sell dime hot dogs and hamburgers, washed down with 15-cent beer from booths roped off agin the wall. Wood benches form a square where the fighters mix it up toward the center of the room. If ya ain’t a buck for a bench seat up front, four bits buys ya a place to stand, clean to the wall on both sides. Jake Atteberry, the IGA store owner, oughta slip Ryman a Franklin or two since the hope that Ryman’ll get his ass whupped is why folks have piled in here, thick as thieves.

After the walk-through, me and Winder follow Ryman to Lon’s pick up where Ryman changes into tight black pants with a red cloth belt and high-top canvas shoes. He trots up the road a hunnert yards or so and back, a bevy of school boys runnin’ long side, chatterin’ like blue jays. “I’m gonna be a fighter when I grow up.” And, “Knock the shit outta him, Mr. Call.”

Back at the truck, Ryman does jumpin’ jacks, dabs Vaseline on his eyebrows, ‘round his ears and nose, slicks his red hair back with pomade and trots to the fight place. I pocket the Vaseline for later use, help Winder shoulder his Daddy’s stool, and carry Ryman’s ice bucket and towels. Winder walks by my side.

When Ryman enters the fight place, fight fans yell cat calls at him. “Ya’ll look like that freak next to ya ‘fore the night’s over.” That’s meant for me, but don’t bother me none. I know I’m ugly. ’Nother yell is, “Don’t worry, Ryman. We’ll take good care of ya. We got a hearse outside.”

When the local hero marches in, the crowd cheers. He has I-hate-theworld-look on his whiskered face. He’s monster big, mebbe 6 foot 4 or 5, a solid 250-260. His hair is bushy and black as a wolverine’s, his squinty eyes, ice blue. Ryman shuffles his feet in sawdust, then hustles out to the mark. Cleary comes up. He wears long underwear cut off at the waist and cinched with a wide leather belt, the drop seat sewed shut. He’s bare-chested. Standin’ next to him, Ryman looks like a lost school boy. Ryman says to Cleary, “Yer last will and testament wrote, Shorty?”

The gong sounds. The big bruiser pops Ryman with a hard right. Ryman fires a straight left to let folks know he come to the dance.

Cleary is a southpaw, a fighter who leads with his right hand. Ryman ain’t seen this style ‘fore, so his guard ain’t good as it should be. Cleary’s jabs sound horsewhip loud agin Ryman’s face and arms. When Ryman hits him, Cleary grunts.

Ryman says, “Lookin’ for yer Momma? Try the cheek. She’s showin’ her hairy thang to the men a dime a look.” He hopes this will rile the young fighter, so he’ll throw wild punches and wear hisself out. Cleary just grins. Round one ends. Neither fighter has a clear advantage, but things change faster than a left jab in round two. The big boy is on Ryman like dust on a tobacco plant.

I ‘spec Ryman’s put out by this, 'cause most fights he knocks some poor sucker out while the gong still quivers, then chugs beer in the tavern, his winnin’s piled on the bar, eyein’ the local talent, decidin’ which lucky girl he’ll court tonight. Tonight’s merry-go-round is a hump and a holler from Ryman’s first lollapalooza. That were one Saturday night at the Pick and Shovel Bar in Mokane. Ryman was enjoyin’ a cold beer after a hard week’s work. Them two Hatton brothers marched in. They pointed at a certain farmer’s wife, sayin’ they’d sure like a go with her and her sittin’ right there next to her husband eatin’ a cheeseburger.

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Saturday night, Ryman’s punch ‘bout ripped his opponent’s head off his shoulders. He brung home most onto thirty bucks, after he given some to Tom Baker for the tip. Tom hisself made some serious moola when his side bets were on Ryman.



Tom Baker got wind of this little tussle. Tuesday evenin’ he come callin’. He told Ryman they was a challenge fight in Jeff City that comin’ Saturday night. Ryman said he’d give it a go, since twenty bucks would buy his girls new winter clothes.




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The followin’ week, at Tom’s urgin’, Ryman signed on for a sixman Free-for-All. This where each fighter puts a ten spot in the pot. The last one standin’ wins it all. “Fifty dollars buys my seed come plantin’ time,” Ryman said.

Tom Baker pocketed a ten spot from the bar owners for bossin’ the whole affair, plus a buck from each fighter for his timekeepin’. He done right good bettin’ Ryman would clean everone’s plow, and he did. Since that night, Tom timekeeps at all of Ryman’s fights.

Eddie Kepler and his wife Claudette, got wind there was gonna be fist throwin’ party. It must of seemed like feather bed money to them, since Eddie all the time bragged he could knock over a outhouse with a blow from his big fist. That prize money would buy new suckers for they’s well pump, and Claudette cottoned a new red dress from J.C. Penney. And new lipstick. ‘Fore they left home, they took ten rainy-day smackeroos from the Clabber Girl Baking Soda can on the top shelf in the kitchen cabinet, and dropped it into the jar on the bar at the Wise Owl in Ashland. Eddie were sure he’d be found a fast road to riches when he knocked out the local butcher his first fight. In his second go ‘round, Eddie laid out the preacher’s son with two punches. When Eddie seen his next opponent were Ryman Call, his eyes lit up, convinced this would be a duck soup go for him. After all, Ryman were probably fortyyears old, and Eddie just turned twenty-five. ‘Fore the fight, Eddie sidled up to Ryman. “I got a ten spot that says I whup yer ass, Old Man. Can ya match it?” The way side bets ‘tween fighters are usually handled, is the timekeeper holds the money and pays the winner. When Eddie didn’t follow these rules, Ryman grinned, figurin’ Eddie didn’t have the gettis to back his bet. “Yer on, Youngster,” Ryman said. Tom Baker hits the gong. Eddie comes out swingin’. Ryman swats his blows away like they was smoke rings, then slaps Eddie like a daddy does to correct his boy. This angrified Eddie. He commenced to throw rights and lefts that miss Ryman here to Minnesota. After mebbe five minutes, his face welted and red from Ryman’s slaps, pantin’ like a dog chasin’ rabbits, sweat drippin from his chin,’ Eddie drops his guard.

Ryman slaps him twice more. Hard. Eddie stands still as a fence post. Ryman tousles his hair like he

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Letters to the Editor Cont. from Page 4

as well as Pastor Richard Huls appear every week in The Paper. First week is Pastor Richard Huls, second week is Pastor Hal Seed, third week is Pastor Sam Brumit and fourth week is Pastor Tom Fry.

Pastors Seed and Brumit had some family health issues to tend to so missed a week or two but they are now back in their regular rotation. Regarding the Sanctuary City issue, I'm not quite sure what to tell our children: do we teach them to honor and obey just certain laws or not? It's very hard to prevent from being hypocritical and saying this or that law is okay to break, but other laws are okay. The immigration issue is a very heart-breaking one and all I can say on this issue is: until laws are changed, we must respect what is on the books.

I've always been taught that "the majority rules" and that's what makes a true democracy. If the majority of people vote this or that way, well, we may not agree with the outcome, but, we have to learn to either change the laws, legally through our system, or abide by them. It's okay to protest, but, please leave hatred, violence, and bigotry remarks at home. I know we have our struggles here, but, hurting one another or physical altercations are not the solution.

Truthfully, I really wish the illegal aliens could come here (legally) and not flood-in through lawbreaking. Bottom line, our country needs to be honored and respected, No exceptions. I'm sorry if my view offends certain factions of the population, but, the last time I checked, we have the dignified freedom to voice our views and opinions without being labeled a "racist." By the way, we love Friedrich Gomez's writings and that's really the primary reason we pick up The Paper. For us, he's a true American. His past article on Over-Political Correction hurting our country is well worth re-reading in your past articles in the Archive Section of your paper. And the Chuckles department always leave us in a good mood. Keep up the great work. /s/ James Park and the Park Family in San Marcos, California. George Lee

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Turn up the juice! Talk is cheap, it’s production that counts. Electric cars are on their way into our lives. There are 41 different models being produced by 18 different manufacturers. March production was topped by Tesla with 10,200 cars while Mercedes was tinkering with 11. Total electric car production for March was 26,373 and total production for the first quarter of the year was 55,267. Going back to the beginning of the automobile our first cars were electric.

Everyone knows Elon Musk is a genius and leads the parade of electric cars with the Tesla, but is he also a miracle money man? It’s reality check time. Tesla value is worth double what Ford is worth, but Ford produced six million vehicles is 2017 and turned that into 7,600,000,000 dollars in profit, whereas Tesla made 100,000 cars and lost 2 billion dollars. Ford is sitting with twelve billion in cash prepared for a rainy day. Tesla is due to run out of cash in less than three months. Think about it. It’s crazy! Do you remember the Mobilgas Economy Runs? They started in 1936 and ran thru 1968 with time off for World War II. They were often won early on by an independent like Studebaker and Nash with models like Champion and 600. In fact the Nash 600 was named because it had a twenty gallon gas tank and it was possible to squeeze out as high as 30 mpg ,which meant a range of 600 miles on a tank of gas. Looking back to 1941 the Nash 600 won it’s class with 25.8 mpg—not bad for a full sized automobile . the average price of a gallon of gasoline was only 12 cents per gallon. The good old days?

Getting sensible about public safety

Recent changes in California’s criminal statutes resulting from passage of Propositions 47 and 57 have reclassified many serious crimes from felonies to misdemeanors. These changes have reduced the justice system’s ability to keep criminals off the street, impeded criminal investigations by restricting DNA collection, and redefined the definition of violent crimes for incarcerated criminals up for parole. While prisoners convicted of violent crimes often are not eligible for early parole, there are problems with the violent crime definition under current law. Human trafficking of a child, rape of an unconscious person, shooting at an inhabited dwelling or vehicle, assault with a firearm, serial arson, solicitation to commit murder, exploding a bomb to injure people, and many more – are not considered violent crimes. Who would have known? Most would consider a midnight break-in to be a serious and potentially violent crime. Not anymore. When a burglar breaks into your home and steals property valued

under $950, it’s a misdemeanor. If the same burglar returns night after night and steals property valued under $950 each time, every one of those break-ins would still be a misdemeanor. If apprehended, the burglar would be cited and released. And of course, no DNA would be collected, so if the burglar has committed other crimes there would be no way for the police to know, at least not by using DNA evidence. Reclassifying felonies to misdemeanors has greatly reduced DNA collection, degrading law enforcement’s ability to investigate many serious crimes, including rape and murder. Feel safer now? But change could be coming. An initiative, the “Reducing Crime and Keeping California Safe Act,” may be on the November ballot. California’s voters may get another chance to decide which crimes are violent, which are misdemeanors, and which are felonies. Minority Floor Leader Marie Waldron, R-Escondido, represents the 75th Assembly District in the California Legislature, which includes the communities of Bonsall, Escondido, Fallbrook, Hidden Meadows, Pala, Palomar Mountain, Pauma Valley, Rainbow, San Marcos, Temecula, Valley Center and Vista.

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were a youngster, then unloads a right to his chin. Bones snap. Blood flies. Eddie falls.

Ten minutes and two buckets of cold water later, he sits up, spits out a tooth and asks, “Where am I?” “In my shit house,” Ryman says. “Where’s my ten bucks?”

His lips bloody and swole up like a dead cow left in the sun, Eddie whines, “Mr. Call, could ya kindly give me a few days? I’ll sell a load of wood or somethin’ to pay what I owe.” Ryman says, “Sure, I could do that. But, I won’t. If I did, I’d have fortyseven challenges in three minutes from every asshole with two fists and no money in his pocket. You made the bet, boy. Pay up.” “Wouldja take my mules?”

“Naw, I got a good team. ‘Sides, how’d ya plow come spring?” Eddie don’t answer.

Ryman says, “Got a cow?” Eddie shakes no.

“Too, bad,” Ryman says.

Ryman eyes Claudette, Eddie’s wife, who’s wipin’ blood from her husband’s face, her face white as a rag. “Ya countenance his bet,” Ryman asks. Claudette flutters blue eyes at Ryman. “No sir. He does stupid things on his own.” She pushes a blonde curl behind her ear. Ryman says. “Eddie, yer wife worth ten bucks?”

Eddie lets out a long breath. Claudette waits for Eddie to answer, a smile on her red lips. When Eddie don’t open his yap, she says, “Ya damn right, I am. Got a car? Or will our wagon bed do?” *** Good fighters don’t beg. For years, Ryman Call’s beat the goose feathers off ever fighter he’s faced, but tonight he’s gettin’ pay back. He’s got two choices. One, stay in the sawdust and not come to mark the next round, so that Bob Cleary wins the pot, or he can get up and Bob Cleary creams him. That’s how his cards stack up. Bob Cleary, on his part, celebrates like it’s his birthday, certain the fight’s over. He blows kisses to the crowd and does backflips, shakes his fist at Ryman and jigs. While he’s doin’ all this, Ryman scrambles on all fours to the far corner of the fight floor, and stands, his guard up. There’s more’n one way to de-nut a hog, he figgers. Cleary spies Ryman and comes runnin’. “Yer mine, Old Man, yer mine.”

Ryman greets Bob with a straight

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Mr. Finney’s grandchildren were notified of the arrest. Mr. Finney’s granddaughter Catherine Turi Hollis said, “It means everything to us that you continually worked the case for 32 years. I don’t know how to repay someone for their efforts other than I will never forget what you did for our family.”

Historically Speaking by Tom Morrow

Capt. Samuel Walker of the Texas Rangers had acquired some of the first Colt revolvers produced during the Seminole War and saw first-hand their effective use as his 15-man unit defeated a larger force of 70 Comanche in Texas. Walker wanted to order 1,000 Colt revolvers for use by the Rangers in the Mexican-American War. Those first revolving-breech pistols had become so popular the word "Colt" was often used as a generic term for the revolver.

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left to the jaw and a right to the heart, but his punches ain’t got snap. He uses rasslin’ holds to keep Cleary off balance ‘til the gong sounds. Cleary skips back to his stool, happy as a schoolgirl. He punches the air mebbe fifty times, certain he’ll knock Ryman into next week when the gong sounds. His brothers pound his back and call him “Champ,” eager for the fight purse and side bet money to fill they’s pockets. All that’s left is for Bob to coldcock Ryman. That’s all. *** Ryman slumps on his stool, dusty as a railroad hobo, blood oozin’ from a cut over his right eye. He watches Cleary celebrate. “Go ahead, boy,” he whispers. “Wear yerself out.”

The Man Who Won The West

It would not be an exaggeration to say Samuel Colt won the West – with his revolving six-shot pistol. At a time when America was being tamed across the plains and then a Civil War, the fast-firing revolver Colt designed and manufactured provided law enforcement, the military, and civilians, both law abiding and criminal, a weapon unlike no other at the time.

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Born July 19, 1814, Sam Colt founded Colt's Patent Fire-Arms Manufacturing Company (today Colt's Manufacturing Company) and made the mass production of the revolver commercially viable. During the American Civil War, his factory in Hartford supplied firearms both to the North and the South. Later, his firearms were prominent during the settling of the western frontier. When he died in 1862, he was one of the wealthiest men in America.

Ryman pulls me close. “Any idees?”

I shake no. I ain’t a corner man like boxin’ glove fighters have, a fightsmart feller who stops blood from a cut and gives his fighter advice. I can’t talk, much less make swellins’ go down. And who am I to tell Ryman how to fight? He needs to get his piss and vinegar back to win this little quarrel. Ryman has ‘nother problem. If he lasts ‘nother round, he’ll have to fight ‘til him or Cleary go down and stay down. That ain’t good. Ryman’s right eye is swole up like

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After hearing soldiers talk about the success of the double-barreled rifle and the impossibility of a gun that could shoot five or six times without reloading, Colt decided that he would create the "impossible gun” – and, he did.

Samuel Colt

Colt's manufacturing methods were at the forefront of the Industrial Revolution. His use of interchangeable parts helped him become one of the first to use the assembly line efficiently. Moreover, his innovative use of art, celebrity endorsements, and corporate gifts to promote his wares made him a pioneer in the fields of advertising, product placement, and mass marketing.

In 1850 Gen. Sam Houston and Gen. Thomas Jefferson Rusk lobbied Secretary of War William Marcy and President James K. Polk to adopt Colt's revolvers for the U.S. military. Rusk testified: "Colt's Repeating Arms are the most efficient weapons in the world and the only weapon which has enabled the frontiersman to defeat the mounted Indian in his own peculiar mode of warfare."

Colt’s preoccupation with marketing strategies and patent protection caused

him to miss a great opportunity in firearms development when he dismissed an idea from one of his gunsmiths, Rollin White. White had an idea of a "bored-through" revolver cylinder to allow the use of metallic cartridges in a handgun. After Colt fired White for suggesting an improvement to his revolver, White took his idea to Colt's competitor, Smith & Wesson, who patented his invention and kept Colt from being able to build cartridge firearms for almost 20 years.

As the American Civil War approached, Colt supplied both the North and the South with firearms. In 1859 Colt considered building an armory in the South and as late as 1861 had sold 2,000 revolvers to Confederate agent John Forsyth. Although trade with the South had not been restricted at that time, newspapers labeled him a Southern sympathizer and traitor to the Union. In response to these charges, Colt was commissioned as a colonel in the 1st Regiment Colts Revolving Rifles of Connecticut, however the unit never took the field and Colt was discharged on June 20, 1861. It is estimated that in its first 25 years of manufacturing, Colt's company produced more than 400,000 revolvers. Colt set up libraries and educational programs within his armories for his employees. These provided seminal training grounds for several generations of toolmakers and other machinists, who had great influence in other manufacturing efforts of the next half century. In 2006, Samuel Colt was inducted into the National Inventors Hall of Fame. Samuel Colt died of gout in Hartford on Jan. 10, 1862. At the time of his death, Colt's estate, which he left to his wife and three-year-old son Caldwell Hart Colt, was estimated to be valued at $15 million (more than $350 million by 2018 standards).

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wasps held a stingin’ contest on him, his chest and arms covered with red welts and purple bruises. Sawdust sticks to his shoulders. He’s wet from sweat. He’ll piss claret for a week.

Will tonight be the first time ever Ryman Call don’t come to scratch, his time as champion ended?

Winder stands soldier-straight behind his Daddy’s stool, his fists clenched, his knuckles white, fightin’ tears. Lon Warfield pushes through the crowd to gander at Ryman. His face goes pale. He don’t speak, just turns and heads outside to see the moon, rather than watch Ryman get knocked silly. Ryman Call’s the best man I’ve ever knowed. He found me cold, wet and bad burned and he brung me home. His wife, Miss Ethel, patched me up. Since that day to this, some seven years have passed. I’ve slept under Ryman’s roof and filled my belly at his table. Now, he’s a goner, and they’s no help I can give him. *** Ryman pulls me close. “Think I outta use my crippled quail?”

What Ryman means is, he’ll act like one of Cleary’s punches hurts him bad, the way a momma quail pretends she has a broke wing when you get too close to her babies. She’ll flutter ‘long the ground just outta reach. When you’ve followed

her fifteen or twenty feet, and her brood’s safe, her wings gets a magic cure and off she flies, fast as a Indian arrow. That’s what Ryman means.

I nod, and poke the air with my right and fire a left. Ryman says, “Gotcha. I ain’t thrown a decent one all night.” The crowd commences to laugh. I turn. Two boys, one dressed like a scarecrow, the other like a old woman, stand near me. “Yer a ugly son-a-bitch,” Scarecrow says.

I can’t argue. It’s true. Folks suspicion the fire that scarred me bad was started by my own momma on purpose, since she ain’t been seen in these parts since that night. ‘til last month when she were spied at the Katy station in Jeff City.

I offer my hand to Scarecrow, like his joke’s fun. He tosses a cup of liquid at me. By the smell, it’s coal oil. The Old Woman’s match flames out ‘fore it catches fire. Folks slap they’s knees and laugh. It ain’t funny to me. Now, I know I gotta find my momma and learn if she started the fire that killed Darcy and Pap.

A fight fan from the big money seats hustles up, grabs the boys and pulls ‘em outside. “Idiots,” he says. “You’ll burn the whole place down.”

Ryman says, “Pay ‘em no mind, Zee.”

Easy for him to say, but it’s me they made laughin’ stock of. Winder says, “Ya ain’t ugly, Hamas. And yer sure nice to me.”

That may be true, but I gotta face my past. *** The gong sounds. Round five. Bob Cleary rushes out, eyes gleamin,’ ready to put Ryman asleep. He fires punches like they cancelled tomorrow and he’s the onlyist one to know it. Ryman grabs him and holds on, so Bob’s fists hit only his arms and shoulders. Bob’s blows don’t seem to have steam like earlier. Did he celebrate too much? Ryman lands a right hook to Cleary’s belly. Cleary backs off, probably surprised at Ryman’s get up and go. Me, too. Then, Ryman slaps Cleary. The crowd roars. They know this is Ryman sayin’ settle yer bets boys, I got the reins. This fight’s mine.

Cleary’s eyes go big. He flings a right. Ryman blocks it and slaps him agin. Cleary charges Ryman like a Arkansas razorback goin’ for a slop trough. Ryman dances away. Cleary’s left glances his shoulder. Ryman slaps Cleary agin. “Ya dumb sonavabitch,” Cleary yells. He fires ‘nother right, ‘nother

left, ‘nother right but hits only air. “Stand still,” he yells at Ryman.

Cleary zings a left, a right, a left. Ryman blocks ‘em all. Cleary’s eyes glint like a badger chasin’ a chicken. He fires a long right to Ryman’s forehead. Ryman goes down like he were shot. Cleary yells, “Get up, Ol’ man. I’m gonna wreck ya!” Cleary waves to the crowd, and hops ’round like a grasshopper on a fryin’ pan. Ryman drags hisself to the far corner of the fight floor, and stands, wavin’ like a persimmon sprout in the wind. Cleary rushes him. Ryman feints with his right. Bob Cleary’s eyes follow this fist for a hiccup, ‘after all that’s where Ryman’s poison is. Ryman’s left hook sizzles in over Cleary’s right shoulder and smashes agin his jaw. Cleary’s mouth pops open. Teeth spill into the dirt. Blood spurts. It’s hard to knock out a man as big as Bob Cleary with one punch. Ryman knows time’s runnin’ out, but he can’t hurry. He sends a hard right to Cleary’s nose. The sound of snapped bone causes fight fans to flinch. Blood gushes from Cleary’s face like tomatoes from a jar. Ryman’s left sends him to the sawdust. Cleary gazes up at Ryman, his

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A Weekly Memo from the Councilmembers of Your Community published in the belief that it is important for elected leaders to communicate with their constituents and that constituents have a means of hearing from their elected leaders. Olga Diaz

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mouth open. He shakes his head to chase away this bad dream. A short breath earlier, Ryman Call were the one down. Now, probably wagon wheels float ‘fore Cleary’s eyes, the salty blood fillin’ his mouth. Cleary staggers to his feet. Ryman bangs a right hook to his kidney. Can Ryman finish Cleary ‘fore the gong sounds?

Cleary lunges at Ryman. He knows his neighbor’s bet good money sayin’ he’d win this scuffle, money to buy a new calf, or shingle the smokehouse. He wants one clear punch at Ryman, so they can collect their bets and go home rich. He probably hates the place where minutes earlier, he were king. “Stand still, Coward,” he yells at Ryman.

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California enjoys the fifth largest economy in the world – even without the remaining US states. Our innovative residents and diversity of industries attract more commerce and generate employment opportunity. Without adequate transportation infrastructure, economic vitality is diminished.

Last year, Senate Bill 1 (SB1) established a twelve cent per gallon fuel tax to generate revenue for road repair and improvements

Standin’ by his stool, Cleary’s brothers are helpless as ‘possums in a tree. One kneels, chewin’ the towel he waved a short minute ago. The older brother closes his eyes, but that don’t stop the sound of that son-of-a-bitch Ryman Call firing punch-after-punch into Brother’s broken body. The crowd’s quiet as a church at collection time. They came to see the new king crowned, not watch him get beat bloody. Why’d I bet agin Ryman, they probably ask. Now, like water poured on freshplowed ground, that money’s gone, ‘long with the new garden plow and hog wire fence. Bob Cleary’s arms dangle at his side. Blood covers his chest and belly. He turns from the waist to follow Ryman‘s moves. Tom Baker, raises his hammer, ready to signal the fight’s end.

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throughout California. Many local politicians complained about the tax and supported a push to revoke the tax. An initiative has garnered sufficient signatures to be placed on a future ballot. Before you chose to vote against the gas tax, you should know how Escondido is directly benefiting.

Immediately upon approval of SB1, Escondido received nearly $900,000 to supplement our road repair projects. This coming year, we are slated to receive

Ryman pops Cleary with a hard right. Yet Cleary stands, a gnarled tree with strong roots. Ryman rears back to deliver a mighty blow. Instead, he shoves Cleary, who staggers, twists and falls. Ryman catches him and lowers him to the sawdust like he's layin’ one of his precious daughters into bed for a long sleep.

The gong sounds. Cleary’s brothers run out to carry him to his stool. “Ya win, ya son-of-a-bitch,” the older brother says. “Bob’s had ‘nuff.” The crowd mutters like pigeons in a coop, bumpin’ shoulders as they push out of the fight place, air smellin’ like a over-turned privy. It ended so fast, some don’t know what happened. One minute, the

$2,500,000. These funds are helping Escondido complete road repairs that might not otherwise happen. In addition, these dollars allow Escondido to redirect other resources to complete the Citricado Parkway expansion, allowing access from W. Valley Pkwy to the new Palomar Medical Center. On a side note, many of the politicians complaining about the gas tax are eagerly taking credit for the SB1 funded road repairs that make their constituents happy.

great Ryman Call was down. The next, they’s hero’s a sawdust-covered lump on the floor.

“Did Ryman fire a left and a right, or two lefts,” a man asks his neighbor. Some of the big city boy’s face is pale, like they have a touch of ague comin’ on. At Lon’s truck, Ryman pays Tom Baker ten dollars for his timekeepin’, plus a fiver for gas. He probably made ‘nother fifty or sixty on side bets. Tom’s wife is a Baptist, so he’ll head home. Ryman’ll settle with Lon Warfield later.

The Pastor Says . . .

Pastor Richard Huls (Retired)

Life Awakens

I love the spring of the year. Even the music of Antonio Vivaldi in his Four Seasons seems to brighten up when Spring is played. It seems to awaken the spirit of anticipation.

Those of us who live in S. California don’t have the luxury of a severe winter, which is overcome with the miracle of spring, which sees the crocus breaking through the snow and saying, “It is spring”. I know the winters, such as the Midwest and the East Coast had this winter, can be brutal, but the spring makes it all fade and it is soon forgotten. It is no less true for those of us here in So. California to welcome spring. It is the sense of newness

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and excitement. Flowers (yes, even weeds) seem to spring forth after a long slumber. I have narcissus, daffodils, roses, even lilacs, and the blossoms, which fill the air with the fragrances of oranges, apples, peaches, and bushes of lavender. It is a wonderful time of the year. And for those of us who garden, there is nothing as exciting as working the soil, planting seeds and settings of one’s favorite vegetables, all with the expectation of a harvest.

And yet, there is so much more. I am thankful for our editor, Lyle Davis, who with the humor and wit of The Paper, wants to include a spiritual aspect for his readers. I include that aspect with the awakening of spring, the awakening of our spiritual life. The Creator of all the excitement and beauty of spring continues to work in our souls, spirits, and bodies with an appreciation for the world in which we live. The author of Psalm 8 captures it beautifully with these words, “O Lord, our Lord, how majestic is Your name in all the earth, Who have displayed your splendor, --- What is man that you take thought of him? --- You make him to rule over the works of your hands ---“ It is this awakening which gives us the true awakening of spring.

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San Marcos • Mayor Jim Desmond

Graduation season returns to North County’s education hub Springtime in the Social Sciences (9 am); education hub of College of Humanities, Arts, Behavioral & North County can Social Sciences (1 pm); only mean one College of Science & Mathematics (5:30 thing: graduation pm) season! Saturday, May 19: Below are the dates and times for College of Education, Health & Human commencement ceremonies at Cal State Services (9 am); University San Marcos and Palomar College of Business Administration (1:30 College. Traffic will likely be heavier pm) around these campuses during that time. Palomar College Commencement Home to Cal State San Marcos, Palomar Friday, May 25 at 5 pm Cal State University San Marcos College, University of St. Augustine and more, San Marcos is developing the Commencements Friday, May 18: leaders of tomorrow with quality College of Humanities, Arts, Behavioral & education today.

Escondido • Mayor Sam Abed

Mayor Sam Abed does not wish to write a weekly column to communicate with his Escondido Constituents via The Paper and its “A Letter from the Mayor” series

Chuckles Cont. from Page 2

"Don't stand there and be hungry; come on in and get fed up. In the front yard of a Funeral Home: "Drive carefully. We'll wait.

At a Propane Filling Station:

"Thank Heaven for little grills. In a Chicago Radiator Shop:

"Best place in town to take a leak. And ....

Sign on the back of another Septic Tank Truck:

"Caution - This Truck is full of Political Promises •••• When I go to a local discount store to get oil and filters for my car, I buy my wife a bouquet of flowers on display near the checkout counter. During one trip, some women in line behind me were oohing and aahing about a husband getting flowers for his wife. "How often do you do that?" one asked.

Before I could answer, the cashier, more than familiar with my routine, said, "Every three months or 3,000 miles, whichever comes first." ARROGANCE OF OLD AGE

Yesterday morning I bought two six packs of beer on sale at the Liquor Store.

I placed them on the front seat of the car and headed back home.

I stopped at the service station where a drop-dead gorgeous, almost blonde was filling up her car at the next pump.

It was very warm and she was wearing tight shorts and a light top which was wide open. She glanced at the beer, bent over and knocked on my passenger window.

With her bra-less breasts almost falling out of her skimpy top she said, in a sexy voice, “I'm a big believer in barter, old fellow, would you be interested in trading sex for beer?" I thought for a few seconds and asked, "What kind of beer you got?" •••• I chose the road less traveled and now I don’t know where the hell I am!

On their honeymoon, the blonde bride slipped into a sexy nightie and, with great anticipation, crawled into bed, only to find her new Catholic husband had settled down on the couch. When she asked him why he was apparently not going to make love to her, he replied, 'It's Lent.' In tears, she sobbed, 'Well, that is the most ridiculous thing I've ever heard! Who did you lend it to, and for how long?' •••• A bit dated . . . but still funny . . . Reviews of Hillary's book . . .

"Hillary Clinton's 506-page memoirs has come out. So much of her personality shines through, that in the end, you, too, will want to sleep with an intern." ~ Craig Kilborn

"In Hillary Clinton's new book 'Living History,' Hillary details what it was like meeting Bill Clinton, falling in love with him, getting married, and living a passionate, wonderful life as husband and wife. Then on page two, the trouble starts." ~ Jay Leno

"Last night, Senator Hillary Clinton hosted her first party in her new home in Washington. People said it was a lot

Vista • Mayor Judy Ritter

Rhythm & Brews Music Fest

Enjoy local bands in downtown Vista as the San Diego Brewers Guild hosts its annual Rhythm & Brews Music & Craft Beer Festival in historic downtown on May 5. The event includes over 50 craft breweries and three bands. Craft beer aficionados descend on downtown celebrating San Diego's world renowned brewing culture, including Vista’s 18 craft breweries. (Please note this festival is a 21years and older event.)

Wondering how to keep young children active and busy this summer? Registration is underway for summer day camp and your little ones can spend the day creating art, participating in fun games, learning new sports skills, and traveling to exciting local destinations. Check online at VistaRegreation.com for more information or contact the City’s Recreation Division at 760.639.6151.

Oceanside • Mayor Peter Weiss

Concert time in Oceanside

The Oceanside Public Library and the Friends of the Oceanside Public Library are proud to present Sol e Mar in concert. This free performance will be held on Saturday, April 28, 2018 at 1:00 p.m. in the Civic Center Library Community Rooms located at 330 N. Coast Highway. Free parking is available in the Civic Center parking garage.

Sol e Mar’s six-man “Percussion Avalanche” explodes with the rhythms of Latin America, West Africa, and the United States using a wide variety of instruments. Showcasing world class drummers, the lines between per-

like the parties she used to host at the White House. In fact, even the furniture was the same." ~ Jay Leno

"CNN found that Hillary Clinton is the most admired woman in America. Women admire her because she's strong and successful. Men admire her because she allows her husband to cheat and get away with It." ~ Jay Leno "Hillary Clinton is the junior senator from the great state of New York. When they swore her in, she used the Clinton family Bible – the one with only 7 commandments." ~ David Letterman Avoiding a DUI

A new way to avoid any .08 alcohol issues while driving: I went out with some friends last night and tied one on. Knowing that I was wasted, I did something that I have never done before. I took a bus home.

I arrived home safe and warm, which seemed really surprising as I have never driven a bus before. Two beggars are sitting side by side on a street in Rome, Italy. One has a Cross in front of him; the other one is holding the Star of David. Many people go by, look at both beggars, but only put money into the hat of the beggar sitting

formers and audience are blurred through call and response rhythms and songs, thereby building a sense of community while transporting listeners to distant lands!

Formed in 1985, Sol e Mar is led by renowned drummer, educator, and producer Mark Lamson who co-created a landmark recording, Bata Ketu, which received international acclaim, including being voted one of the top 50 drum records of all time by Drum Magazine. Doors for this free performance open at 12:45 p.m. and it is open seating.

behind the Cross.

The Pope comes by. He stops to watch the throngs of people giving money to the beggar who holds the Cross while none give to the beggar holding the Star of David. Finally, the Pope approaches the beggar with the Star of David and says, "My poor fellow, don't you understand? This is a Catholic country; this city is the Seat of Catholicism. People aren't going to give you money if you sit there with a Star of David in front of you, especially when you're sitting beside a beggar who is holding a Cross. In fact, they would probably give more money to him just out of spite. The beggar with the Star of David listened to the Pope, smiled, and turned to the beggar with the Cross and said, "Moishe, look who's trying to teach the Goldstein brothers about marketing!"

Not to brag, but I have completely mastered the right way to do everything wrong. How is it possible a leaking faucet can keep me up at night but I sleep through my alarm clock every morning? I know what Cinco de Mayo is, I just don't know when it is.

The Paper • Page 12 • May 3, 2018 into meaningful forms that can be used in decision making. In ML (machine learning), the machines teach themselves how to think using “neural networks” that imitate the workings of human minds. In theory these machines would evolve from existing technology and become independent of human frailties like compassion, love, sanctity of life etc. In their totally rational world they might well regard humanity as a destructive and aggressive virus posing a threat to the stability of the planet. Why would they want us around?

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www. thecomputerfactory.net "San Diego's Best Computer Store 2017-18" Union Tribune readers poll Artificial Intelligence (AI) III

Ellon Musk: “With Artificial Intelligence we are summoning the demon.” Bill Gates: “I don’t understand why some people are not concerned.” Stephen Hawking: “AI could bring an end to mankind.”

The fear expressed by these and other visionaries is not the fear of AI itself as we use it today; it is the fear of a subset of AI known as ML (machine learning). AI is changing the way we live and work every day. AI gives machines the ability to make decisions and recommendations based on analysis of input data. The Artificial Intelligence is provided by programmers who set the parameters for turning raw data

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center median.

While the investigation is ongoing, the police department does not believe there are any outstanding suspects related to this incident. According to a witness, the suspect initiated an unprovoked attack on the victim, stabbing him multiple times while they were in the vehicle together. The victim, an associate of the suspect, was able to get out of the vehicle while it was still moving. The suspect then got out of the vehicle, chased the victim and continued the assault until the female companion was able to separate them. The suspect got back into the vehicle prior to police arrival and ultimately led officers on a pursuit through multiple cities in North County.

The suspect has been identified as 28-year-old Gervin Giovanni Chavez. Gervin Chavez was transported to the Carlsbad Police station for processing and will be ultimately booked into the Vista Detention Facility for Penal Code 664/187(a)Attempted Homicide. The victim was transported to a local area hospital where he is undergoing multiple surgeries for his wounds. Robbery from Macy’s Department Store

On April 28 at 2:50 p.m., the

AI was likely instrumental in catching the Golden State Killer. AI computers can quickly analyze and find matches in massive files, like finger print and DNA data bases, in a fraction of the time it would take humans. Most of the AI that serves us today is programmed to make sense from the mountains of data collected on human and non human activities and events. While AI has made us safer and more efficient it has taken a toll on our privacy. Your mom probably warned you not to pick your nose or spit on the sidewalk, but if you do it today, you may wind up on the Internet in front of a million new friends.

instructions from the mind. In other words we are simply robots being handled by our external minds. Our memories, emotions and all of our thinking is being stored and executed “off site.” Our “rent a bodies” are simply temporary earthbound vehicles for our immortal minds which exist in some spirit world. I kind of like that idea, it would sure explain a lot of things. One of the most famous examples of how intricately our minds work comes from EA Poe’s short story, Murders in the Rue Morgue. It is Paris in 1841 and the narrator (presumably Poe) and his highly intellectual friend and roommate, Aguste Dupin, are taking an evening stroll. They’ve walked in silence for the past fifteen minutes when suddenly Dupin blurts out that he completely agrees with his companion’s opinion concerning the miscasting of a par-

ticular actor for role he is playing in a current theatrical production. Poe initially mutters agreement, but suddenly realizes that his friend has read his mind. Perplexed, he asks how Dupin knew what he was thinking. Dupin backtracks to his friends near collision with a fruit basket fifteen minutes earlier and proceeds to accurately recount his friends thought processes through a series of completely unrelated incidents culminating in his musing about the actor. Dupin was able to predict his friend’s thoughts perfectly because of the common knowledge they shared and by watching his reaction to incidents along the way. When scientists can create a machine as smart as Dupin, I’ll take two.

Building a “neural network” machine that can think and learn like a human has been an obsession with scientist and a frequent topic of fiction writers for decades. In order to create one we first need to understand how our human mind works and so far, we’re not even close. Is the mind inside the brain? Many believe it is not. There is a school of thought that believes that our brains are simply organs that communicate sensory experiences to the mind and receive motor

Carlsbad Police Department was called to Macy’s located at 2559 El Camino Real regarding a robbery that had just occurred. Officers arrived and conducted an investigation into the robbery. The investigation revealed that Raymond Lee Serrano, D.O.B. 9/11/1995 of Ramona entered the Macy’s department store and stole two pairs of pants and several purses. Serrano then exited Macy’s without paying for the property. Serrano was contacted outside the store by employees. While outside the store, Serrano presented a knife to prevent employees from retrieving their property. The suspect fled into a brush area located between the store and Highway 78. Arriving officers searched the surrounding area, including the brush area near Highway 78. Officers located Serrano hiding in the bushes and he was taken into custody without incident. Serrano was booked into the San Diego County Jail, Vista Detention Facility, for the charges of 211 PC – Robbery and 496(a) PC – Possession of stolen property. Letter s to the Editor? We love ‘em! Send them to: thepaper@cox.net

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Ryman says, “That left ya suggested started his downfall, Zee. Had to damn near kill him ‘fore he went down.” He shakes his head. “Ain’t this a nasty game? Beat someone ‘til they can’t walk, just for money.” He’s never said anything like that ‘fore now. Ryman towels blood off and changes into clean overalls and shirt. I rub Vaseline on cuts over his eyes and stow his fight gear in Lon’s truck, grab my banjo and follow him and Winder to the Harvest Moon bar. We ain’t got no bets to settle, since we won ‘em all.

Inside the tavern, the music box plays Bob Wills and his Texas Playboys’, Please Don’t Leave Me. Folks stand on the dance floor. They clear a path when Ryman comes up. A girl in a flowered skirt and red high heels stands on tip toes to kiss Ryman’s black eye. “I’ll take good care of ya,” she says. “You’re a pretty thing,” Ryman says, giving her a squeeze. As he walks mebbe ten young men grab at him. A boy in a white shirt and straw hat says, “Won me forty-three dollars tonight, Mr. Call. Much

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be reasonable in her support or opposition, that she did her homework, researched things very well, and articulated her position very clearly and very well. I endorsed her candidacy in the last two elections, which no doubt irritated some of my more conservative friends. They see Olga as a Liberal. She is, in some areas, but so am I. I tend to be much closer to the conservative philosophy but in some areas I'm quite liberal. Olga is good people. That's why I support her via endorsements. That's why she's my pal. The fact that she is also very easy on the eyes doesn't hurt.

Later, I met with Rebecca Jones, a member of the San Marcos City Council and a candidate for Mayor; this was more a political meeting as she sought my endorsement for her run for the Mayor's chair. She has it. I'm endorsing her. She has accomplished a great deal as a council member, is very active in community events, and will be a fine Mayor. She, too, is very easy on the eyes.

Still later, a third young lady entered my life. We went to the gymnastics class attended by my 6-year old granddaughter, Alex. In June she'll turn 7, and watched her go through her routines. When she saw grandpa and grandma she had a quick smile and shyly waved at us.

I practiced gymnastics when I attended dear old Benson High School in Omaha, but I didn't start gymnastics till I was a junior. Prior to my junior year I was too puny. I finally started filling out in my junior year. Several pals, Bill Beavers, Bill Lamb, and Carl Reynolds, had all started in their freshman year. Bill Beavers, as I recall, won the Nebraska State Gymnastics championship, got a col-


“Good for you,” Ryman says. “‘Bout what I’m takin’ home. But ya got yer’s without spillin’ a drop of blood.” Everone laughs.

We climb onto bar stools. Roy Acuff’s Beautiful Brown Eyes plays on the jukebox. The sweet scent of Midnight in Paris perfume mixes with cigarette smoke and beer. A pretty redhead stands kissin’ close to Ryman.

the sky. The air is warm and heavy, but I shiver and shake all the way home. Editor’s note: Winner has appeared in number of magazines including Red Bluff Review and Gunnels.

“Hear you’re quite a dancer,” she says.

Ryman touches his swollen eye. “Not tonight, honey. ‘Nother time I’ll show you a few moves.” She smiles and rolls her big brown eyes.

I drink red soda pop while Winder guzzles Dr. Pepper. Ryman drains his Griesedieck, and stands. “Let’s go, boys. Been a long night.”

The Author: Pete Peterson Former Member Marine Embassy Guards - Prolific Writer/Editor, Heads up the Writers Laboratory, Escondido Library

Me and Winder climb into Lon’s pick up, and pull the tarp to our neck. Winder rests his head on my shoulder. He’s asleep ‘fore we cross the railroad tracks. Stars fill lege scholarship out of it, and was headed for the Olympics when he, as I recall, had a finger amputated . . . which ended his Olympic dream. He, Bill Lamb, and Carl Reynolds, would often perform on the trampoline at halftime during school basket ball games. I never progressed that far. I could work the parallel bars, the high bar, and the vault . . . and the then "flying rings." They don't "fly" anymore. They are stationary rings. Doing crazy things like "the Iron Cross." Stationary. Just when I had learned to end-locate, dislocate and do a flying dismount, they change the damned routine. Damn! There went my chance for glory! I know a bit about gymnastics but am no longer fit to even practice it (frozen right shoulder with arthritis, also low back arthritis). However, I was amazed at what these young kids could do!

The class is held in a huge industrial building in Vista; all kinds of mats, parallel bars, high bars, vaults, climbing ropes, balance beams . . you name it. They start the kids off as young as three years old!

I took notice of two kids in particular, both about 4. One, a slightly chubby gal who looked to be Hispanic, walked on the balance beam and dismounted. Upon dismounting she looked up into the parent's viewing gallery and our eyes met. I applauded and mouthed, "you did great!" A big grin broke out on her face. Dunno if her parents were there or not but she and I had bonded and she continued to look to me for applause and approval.

Another little stinker, about four years old, walked the balance beam and, as taught, pointed his toes and took exaggerated steps, much like a fashion model on a runway. Cute as hell. and

he did great! He would then walk the balance beam again, this time he would extend his legs out to the side, bring them back to the balance beam, and move forward, taking alternate steps ... all the time remembering to point his toes. Remarkable! Meanwhile, at the back of the gym there were the more advanced students. The were working the high bar, doing front giant swings and beautiful fly-away dismounts, all the while maintaining lovely form and pointed toes. Nearby, other kids the same age were running up and doing front flips and back flips, all perfectly formed. Amazing! This was a series of routines you would expect from high school and college kids, not 10-12 years olds!

At the end of the session we praised young Alex, with little reaction from her. Daddy was holding his little girl and that's all she cared about. Grandpa and grandma were just a couple of old folks who happened to be there.

We left for home and stopped at Fish House Vera Cruz for a delicious (and pricey) fish dinner. It had been a great day and this topped things off just fine. Mary loves this restaurant, as do I; hard to find anyone who doesn't rave about Fish House Vera Cruz. Friday was a repeat performance in that I escorted Evelyn Madison to her Physical Therapy appointment at Kaiser Permanente in San Marcos. She did wonderfully well. She is recovering from her fractured hip and subsequent hip replacement with great speed. She is actuallly walking a great deal without her walker . . . somewhat gingerly, but walking. In about a month I fully expect her to begin running a 4-minute mile. After her Physical Therapy session I also treated her to an early dinner at Fish House Vera Cruz. Two days in a

row, at Fish House Vera Cruz, with two different and two wonderful ladies! My cup runneth over! ••••• I watched the White House Correspondent’s Dinner Saturday night and came away appalled.

First, the president of the association, Margaret Talev, of Bloomberg News, did a horrible job as emcee of the event, feeling compelled, it seems, to name every journalist and every wanna-be journalist . . about as interesting as listening to someone read names from a phone book. Boring. I was about to turn it off but decided to hand for the “guest speaker.” Michelle Wolf should be ashamed of herself. She was not only not funny but she was tasteless, insensitive, vulgar, rude, and foul-mouthed, throwing fbombs left, right and center.

I do not like women who use language like that in polite society. Nor am I fond of men who use language like that. I would not dignify Michelle Wolf by calling her a comedian as it demeans real comedians.

I am mystified as to who the lamebrain was that booked her. She is known by reputation as being foulmouthed. If she continues to be booked by promoters I hope the public boycotts her. We don’t need people like that spreading toxic language amongst us. It wound up as being pretty much a waste of an otherwise perfectly fine Saturday evening. I would have rather read a good book . . something I normally have little available time to do. The Paper keeps me a wee bit too busy. Just a few notes from sunny California.

Social Butterfly Cont. from Page 3

clubs, and various other activities for Vista’s older adult community.

Cowboy Jack in Carlsbad, May 11th "Cowboy Jack" is performing from 7-10pm, Friday, May 11th, at the Witch Creek Winery, 2906 Carlsbad Blvd., Carlsbad, 92008, 760.720.7499. Cowboy jack performs solo; singing vintage country music with acoustic guitar and harmonica. Covering Hank Williams, Johnny Cash, Merle Haggard, Willie Nelson and more. ‘Cowboy Jack’ Johnson is the lead singer from The Hank Show, Band In Black and a singing cowboy from Rawhide Ranch in Bonsall, CA. www.hankshow.com; https://www.facebook.com/events/219195482174090/; cell ph: (760) 521-5007; ph/fax: (760)758-0772; hankshow@cox.net. Daughters of American Revolution Chapter to Meet May 12 - The Santa Margarita Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR), will meet Saturday, May 12, at the El Camino Country Club in Oceanside. Following a 9:30am breakfast buffet the members will hear Marilyn Bieck speak about Patriot Quilts. Marilyn has combined her love of quilting and genealogy and has made quilted wall hangings celebrating each of her seven patriots. The DAR is open to any female 18 years of age or older who is lineally descended from a patriot who aided in some way in America’s fight for independence in the Revolutionary War. Visit www.santamargarita.californiadar.org.

Summer Art Camp Sign-up for Kids Ages 5-12 - The Escondido Art Association, a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the arts in North County San Diego, will be holding a Summer Art Camp for Kids ages 5 – 12 at the Artists Gallery at 121 W. Grand Avenue, downtown Escondido, on Tuesday and Saturday mornings from 10:00am till 12:00noon during the months of June and July, 2018. A total of 16 sessions will be held at a cost of $10.00 per session, or $150 for the entire 16 sessions, with no refunds for missed sessions. All instructors will be Escondido Art Association members who will cover a variety of subject matter to appeal to all students and ages. All art materials will be provided by the EAA and the gallery will host an exhibit of student art work during the month of August. Eight students per session will be accepted and sign-up will be on a first-come, first-served basis, with a waiting list in case of cancellations. Deadline for sign-ups is Saturday, May 19th, and parents will be asked to sign a liability form at that time. For additional information or to sign up, contact Gallery Director Nancy Sommers, phone (760) 8846109 or visit the EAA website www.escondidoartist.weebly.com.

Poway Symphony Orchestra Concert on May 19th - For a Saturday evening of beautiful symphonic music, come to the next concert presented by the Poway Symphony Orchestra at 7:00pm on May 19th, at the Poway Center for the Performing Arts, 15498 Espola Road, Poway. Two blockbuster pieces of the program are the “Haffner” Symphony by Mozart and the famous trumpet concerto by Haydn in which the orchestra will be joined by soloist John MacFerran Wilds of the San Diego Symphony. In contrast with these two classics, Debussy’s “Prelude to an Afternoon of a Faun” will complete the program. The orchestra is lead by John LoPiccolo, Music Director and Conductor. Admission: $17/$14/$12 for general/seniors/students. No additional fees. Purchase tickets at the Center by calling 858-748-0505 or online at www.powaycenter.com. The box office is open Friday 12–5pm, Saturday 10am-3pm, and one hour before the concert. More info at www.powaysymphony.org. Decision America California Tour – An exciting evening of Music and a powerful Message of Hope will be held at Grape Day Park in Escondido on Sunday, May 20th, at 7:30pm, with special guest Jeremy Camp. This is a ministry of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, and brought to you by Franklin Graham. This event is being held throughout California during May and June. Showtime: “My Favorite Sings” - It's time

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for another spring show by the Pacific Belles Chorus! This time we've compiled a bunch of our favorite "sings". No cheesy dialogue.

(Well...ok...maybe just a little.) Lots of songs! Please join us on Saturday, May 26th. Doors open at 12:30pm. The show starts at 1pm and will be held at the Park Avenue Community Center (Senior Center), 210 Park Avenue, Escondido. Tickets are $15 at the door. However, until May 10, adult tickets can be purchased for just $13. Children (6-12 years of age) are only $10. Under 6 years of age are free. Refreshments at intermission; donation drawing. Visit the website at http://pacificbelleschorus.org/events.html. For tickets, call Frances at 954.647.7332. Mark your calendars now for a gospel show on September 15, 2018.

Escondido Senior Travel Trips of the Week - Wednesday, July 25th, will be the Rancho Los Alamitos Tour. Recently renovated and reopened, Rancho Los Alamitos is twice listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Once as the sacred Tonga Village of Povuu'ngna, the traditional birthplace of the native people of the Los Angeles Basic and second, for the evolution of its significant historic landscape over time. For our history buffs, this is a trip for you. Lunch at King's Hawaiian Bakery plus a visit to Wayfarer's Chapel is included. All for only $71/person. Then on Wednesday, August 29th, will be a trip to the Del Mar Horse Racing. Our first stop will be lunch at Hunter Steak House, then it's off to Del Mar Race track to watch the ponies run. We will have clubhouse seating, with your own racing program, so you can plan all your bets. Join us for this fun, exciting day. All for only $79/person. For Reservations/Information call 760.745.5414.

Kitten Season is in Full Swing at Humane Society – Five beautiful kittens were among the first arrivals of the season. Quince, Robin, Hermia, Oberon and Puck were brought in as strays after they were found at a barn in Imperial Beach. When they arrived, the kittens were just two weeks old and several were underweight. They were nourished with specialized formula so they could grow healthy and strong, then placed all five in a loving foster home until they were big enough to find families of their own. Today, four of the five have been adopted, and the fifth, Hermia, is serving a very important purpose. She was matched with another orphaned kitten who came in with no mother or siblings. Because contact with littermates is critical to a kitten’s development, Hermia will act as this little one’s “buddy” until they’re both big enough to find new families. “The lifesaving work of the Kitten Nursery is only possible because of you. Thank you for your support and making sure that beautiful babies like these have the best chance at a happy, healthy life. Check out the Kitten Nursery by checking out the Purina Kitten Cam, generously sponsored by Purina, which is live now that the Kitten Nursery is open. Also, a virtual Kitten Shower is being held to help raise donations for the many supplies needed for the Kitten Nursery. Shower gifts and donations are greatly appreciated. The kittens will thank you also. Contact the Humane Society at 619.299.7012, or visit sdhumane.org.

Blue Star Program Begins on May 1st at S.D. Botanic Garden – Active Duty U.S. Military Personnel/Families Admitted Free to the Garden, May 1st through Labor Day, September 3rd. The San Diego Botanic Garden is proud to participate in the Blue Star Museum program, offering free admission to all active duty, National Guard and Reserve members of the U.S. military and their families (card carrier plus 5 immediate family members). As our way of saying ‘thank you’ to the brave men and women of the U.S. Military, the Garden began our Blue Star program on May 1st – more than 3 weeks ahead of other Blue Star Museum participants. Military families are invited to come and enjoy our restful 37-acre botanic wonderland, featuring 29 uniquely themed gardens and 4,000 different plant species. Children of all ages will enjoy exploring our two children’s gardens, Seeds of Wonder and our nationally-acclaimed Hamilton Children’s Garden, featuring Toni’s Tree House, as well as a Mountain Stream, Garden Music, Garden ABC Plant exploration areas and more. Blue Star participants are also extended free admission to attend special events held at the Garden during the summer months including Thursday Family Fun Nights each Thursday from May 31–

August 30; Fairy Festival on June 23; and Insect Fest on July 21 & 22. Thanks to the generous support of a Garden member, the San Diego Botanic Garden is able to participate in the Blue Star Museum program, a partnership among the National Endowment for the Arts, Blue Star Families, the Department of Defense, and museums across the country. Simply show one of the following active military I.D. cards at Admissions: • Army • Navy • Air Force • Marines • Coast Guard • National Guard and Reserve. Visit our website for more information: http://www.sdbgarden.org/events.htm.

Oasis Wins NBC Universal Foundation “Project Innovation” Award - NBC7 and KNSD, Telemundo 20 and the NBC Universal Foundation recently announced that San Diego Oasis, a nonprofit organization with office locations in Escondido and La Mesa, has been awarded an $18,000 grant as part of the first annual NBC Project Innovation challenge. Oasis was selected, along with 7 other local nonprofit organizations, for the criteria of outstanding program that leverages technology to solve everyday problems in the areas of civic engagement, skills for the digital economy and STEM/STEAM youth programming. Oasis received the grant for their annual Get Connected: Technology Fair for 50+ that brings cutting edge technology learning to older adults with hands-on training, demonstrations, and an “ask the expert” area for one-on-one help with personal technology items. The fair is offered in November each year and will be held on November 12th this year in connection with Veteran’s Day at Grossmont Center Mall in La Mesa. “We are always striving to prevent isolation, loneliness, depression, and sedentary behaviors in older adults,” states David Beevers, San Diego Oasis Program Manager for North County. “We are thrilled to be recognized for our tireless efforts to bring patient, agefriendly learning to older adults as part of our service to keep this population engaged, active and connected to the world. Oasis is grateful to NBC Universal Foundation, NBC7/Telemundo 20 for their recognition of an organization that serves the older adult population of San Diego County,” said Simona Valanciute, President and CEO of San Diego Oasis. For details on classes and program sites throughout North County, please contact Oasis at 760-796-6020 or visit www.sandiegooasis.org. Offices are located at 210 Park Avenue, Escondido, 92026, 760.796.6020; and 5500 Grossmont Center Dr., Ste 269, La Mesa, 91942, 619.881.6262. San Diego Oasis, helping YOU make the most out of life after 50! Lifelong Learning/Health & Wellness/Community Service. S&I has recognized OASIS as one of the top 100 nonprofit organizations in the United States.

Only Losers Litter Cleaning up Vista One Bucketful at a Time - A group of Caped Community Crusaders in Vista picked up ten bags of trash and two bags of recyclables recently. Only Losers Litter tarted cleanups in Vista in January 2017; 331 concerned citizens participated in eight trashwalks in 2w017 and 98 have participated in four trashwalks so far in 2018. Sarah and Alexis Panchevre encourages participation by students and families, young and old, anyone who wants to improve the cleanliness of our community. Nancy B Jones represents The Woman's Club of Vista, working on publicity and keeping the participation records. The next Only Losers Litter TrashWalks will be May 20 and June 10 at 4pm, locations TBA. Visit on facebook *onlyloserslitter.com, or the website at http://onlyloserslitter.com. BackFence Society founder Sarah Spinks wrote “One Piece at a Time - Next time you see someone throwing trash on the ground, make them accountable. Be the change you wish to see in the world and pick up that strangers trash. Voice your disgust toward litter everywhere you go. Your intolerance will be contagious. Connect with your community through a mutual disdain for the improper disposal of refuse. Reclaim your community from the ‘tragedy of the commons’ and unite in an unequivocal hate against the indefensible violation of littering. Real change starts with small victories. Let the world know that you do not tolerate littering. If you see someone litter, call them out. Litter is a communal embarrassment and it’s our duty to shame those who refuse to reform their littering ways. Share the message with shirts, signs, stickers, or posters. Make a difference by joining a litter trash walk in Vista by signing up here, or organize a trash walk of you own. Let’s do a better job of loving where

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Pioneering Blood Cancer Research is Unlocking Cancer Cures – Recently, more than 20,000 world-class cancer researchers shared the latest advancements at the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) Annual Meeting in Chicago. You may have seen headlines heralding exciting progress in lung cancer and other solid tumor cancers. Did you know that many of these promising approaches originated in blood cancer research? The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) is proud to pioneer cutting-edge blood cancer research that is fueling important breakthroughs across the cancer landscape. For example, LLS played a major role in supporting work that led to the first monoclonal antibody cancer therapy approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA): rituximab. This game-changing therapy boosts the immune system’s attack on cancer cells by attaching itself to a protein called an antigen, found on the surface of cells. Antigens are often over expressed on cancer cells, making them attractive targets.

Rituximab was first approved for nonHodgkin lymphoma in 1997, and later for chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) and autoimmune diseases like rheumatoid arthritis. Today, there are more than a dozen monoclonal antibodies for multiple types of cancer, each targeting a specific antigen. Monoclonal antibodies also form the basis of a powerful immunotherapy called checkpoint inhibitors, which are showing incredible promise for treating lung cancer and other solid tumor cancers. Blood cancer research, including LLS-funded work, is advancing the next generation of breakthroughs. The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) is the world’s largest voluntary health organization dedicated to funding blood cancer research, education and patient services. LLS’s mission is to Cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin’s disease and myeloma, and improve the quality of life of patients and their families. For more information, visit their website at www.LLS.org, or call their national office at 1/888.557.7177.

Flags of Valor—Veteran Owned, Veteran Operated, Combat Veteran Made – Flags of Valor is far more than a veteran-run business. From inception, we’ve been driven by three distinct ideas. First, that our combat veterans deserve opportunity. Second, the belief that Made in America still matters. Third, that giving back to community and country is core to our national identity. My military service began in the US Army as a paratrooper in the 82nd Airborne. I briefly left active duty to attend the University of Alabama but when I witnessed the attacks of 9/11 I felt called to return to serviced again. I enrolled in Air Force pilot training and became a special operations pilot. After eight consecutive combat deployments to the Middle East, Afghanistan and the Horn of Africa, I found myself rehabbing from a service-related injury. I needed a new way to focus while I rebuilt my body. I began woodworking as a physical and mental therapeutic outlet. Soon after, my hobbgy turned into an obsession; one of both pride and patriotism. Flags of Valor is the result of this journey. After many failed attempts, I was finally able to transform my love of woodworking into skilled craftsmanship. It changed my life and the results can be seen in the products we produce today – handcrafted custom pieces of pure Americana. Flags of Valor is a Veteran-owner, Veteranoperated, and Combat Veteran-made company. Our team is tremendously skilled and constantly growing. The majority of our craftsmen are service-disabled with significant combat-related injuries. We’ve created an environment where teamwork is foundational and camaraderie is supreme. We are working diligently to grow so we can hire more veterans and expand our line of American-made products. As we approach Memorial Day, we want to say thank you to all of the American Veterans who served and sacrificed in defense of our great nation. Whether you are military, a first responder, public servant, educator, business person, or simply a proud American who loves your country, we have a flag for you. Thank you for your time and support. Yours in service, Brian Lee Steorts, President, Flags of Valor. Juried Art & Photography Awards

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Winners - The City of San Marcos Parks & Recreation Department recently held the annual Juried Art & Photography Awards reception at the Hearth Gallery in the San Marcos Community Center, 3 Civic Center Drive. 69 entries were received and the judges were Sass Robinson (art) and Dan Kirksey (photography). The winners of the photography contest were: Best of ShowJack Quintero; 1st Place-Steve Deck; 2nd Place-Stephen Hough; 3rd Place-Steve

Deck. Honorable Mention winners were Barb Beck, John Foltz, Priyanka Holder, Patricia Joyce, Terry Ogden, and Jack Quintero. The winning artists were: Best of Show-Lois Athearn; 1st Place-Gordon Olson; 2nd Place-Lois Athearn; 3rd PlaceGinny Griffin. Honorable Mention winners were Jaime Dreyfus, Lois Goodman, Victoria Griffin, Joy Johnson and Gordon Olson. The current exhibit may be viewed Mon-Fri from 8am-7pm through April 30. To reserve space to participate in upcoming 60-day exhibits, contact the Hearth Rotating Art Gallery manager hmalan@sanmarcos.net (760) 744-9000x3503, or visit

May 20: ESCONDIDO Grape Day Park

Pictured l-r front row: Holly Malan and Lara Armstrong. Standing Row 2: Patricia Joyce, Lois Athearn, Barbara Beck, Anne Kreile, Alison Frank, Mary Ellis-Lindquist and David Smith. Back Row: Steve Deck, Victoria Griffin, Jaime Dreyfus, Stephen Hough, Jack Quintero, John Foltz, Claudia Hoy and John Dicsko.

Our Grandparents

This was written by Rosemary LaBonte to the editors of a California newspaper in response to an article written by Ernie Lujan who suggests we should tear down the Statue of Liberty because the immigrants of today aren’t being treated the same as those who passed Ellis Island and other ports of entry. The paper never printed this response, so her husband sent it out via internet.

They had waved goodbye to their birth place to give their children a new life and did everything in their power to help their children assimilate into one culture. Nothing was handed to them. No free lunches, no welfare, no labor laws to protect them. All they had were the skills and craftsmanship they had brought with them to trade for a future of prosperity.

Maybe we should turn to our history books and point out to people like Mr. Lujan why today's American is not willing to accept this new kind of immigrant any longer. Back in 1900 when there was a rush from all areas of Europe to come to the United States, people had to get off a ship and stand in a long line in New York and be documented.

Some would even get down on their hands and knees and kiss the ground. They made a pledge to uphold the laws and support their new country in good and bad times. They made learning English a primary rule in their new American households and some even changed their names to blend in with their new home.

Most of their children came of age when World War II broke out. My father fought alongside men whose parents had come straight over from Germany , Italy , France and Japan. None of these 1st generation Americans ever gave any thought about what country their parents had come from. They were Americans fighting Hitler, Mussolini and the Emperor of Japan . They were defending the United States of America as one people.

When we liberated France, no one in those villages were looking for the French American, the German American or the Irish American. The people of France saw only Americans. And we carried one flag that represented one country. Not one of those immigrant sons would have thought about picking up another country's flag and waving it to represent who they were. It would have been a disgrace to their parents who had sacrificed so much to be here. These immigrants truly knew what it meant to be an American. They stirred the melting pot into one red, white and blue bowl.

And here we are with a new kind of immigrant who wants the same rights and privileges. Only they want to achieve it by playing with a different set of rules, one that includes the entitlement card and a guarantee of being faithful to their

mother country.

I'm sorry, that's not what being an American is all about. I believe that the immigrants who landed on Ellis Island in the early 1900's deserve better than that for all the toil, hard work and sacrifice in raising future generations to create a land that has become a beacon for those legally searching for a better life. I think they would be appalled that they are being used as an example by those waving foreign country flags.And for that suggestion about taking down the Statue of Liberty, it happens to mean a lot to the citizens who are voting on the immigration bill.

I wouldn't start talking about dismantling the United States just yet.




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#2018-9007352 The name of the business: Eye Cclass Sunglass Wholesale located at 1432 La Habra Dr, San Marcos, CA. 92078. This business is registered by Sharon Ody 1432 La Habra Dr. San Marcos CA. 92078 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business: 10/10/2010. /s/ Sharon Ody Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 3/15/2018 4/12, 4/19, 4/26 & 5/03/20188


#2018-9010374 The name of the business: MC Plumbing and Construction, located at 220 N. Citrus Ave, #C, Vista, Ca. 92084. This business is registered by Christopher Michael McComb 220 N. Citrus AVe #C Vista, CA. 92084 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business:3/26/18. /s/ Christopher Michael McComb Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 4/18/2018 4/26, 5/03, 5/10 & 5/17/2018 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT

#2018-9010298 The name of the business: Precise Manufacturing, Inc., located at 1080 Linda Vista Drive, Ste C, San Marcos, CA. 92078. This business is registered by Precise Manufacturing, Inc. 2449 Cades Way Ste A Vista, CA. 92081 This business is conducted by a corporation. First day of business: 3/01/1997 /s/ Alejandro Joosan Vasquez, President Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 4/17/2018 4/26, 5/03, 5/10 & 5/17/2018 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT

#2018-9009141 The name of the business: Ramble Salon, located at 197 S. Las Posas Rd. Ste 8, San Marcos, CA 92078 This business is registered by Mercedes Leanne Shelton 1159 Suburban Hills Dr. Escondido, Ca. 92027 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business: n/a. /s/ Mercedes Leanne Shelton Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 4/04/2018 4/12, 4/19, 4/26 & 5/03/20188 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT

#2018-9009165 The name of the business: The Hidden Kitchen,LLC, located at 790 Fieldstone Lane, Encinitas, CA., 92024. This business is registered by The Hidden Kitchen, LLC 790 Fieldstone Lane Encinatas, CA. 92024 This business is conducted by a Limited LIability Company. First day of business: n/a. /s/ Debra Williams, Secretary Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 4/04/2018 4/12, 4/19, 4/26 & 5/03/2018 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT

#2018-9008852 The name of the business: A Better Way Out Bail Bonds, located at 2251 San Diego Ave., #A247, San Diego, CA. 92110. This business is registered by North Coast Bail Bonds, Inc. 2251 San Diego Ave., #A-247 San Diego, CA. 92110 This business is conducted by a corporation. First day of business: 5/2/13. /s/ Aaron Grundstein, President Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 4/02/2018 4/26, 5/03, 5/10 & 5/17/2018 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT

#2018-9008585 The name of the business: Hermsen, Inc., Seaside Electric Company, located at 11422 Kaywood Circle, Escondido, CA., 92026. This business is registered by Hermsen, Inc. 11422 Kaywood Circle Escondido, CA 92026 This business is conducted by a corporation. First day of business: 12/22/2016 /s/ Matthew R. Hermsen, President/Treasurer Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 3/28/2018 4/12, 4/19, 4/26 & 5/03/20188 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT


The name of the business: V & B

Beauty, located at 844 W. San

Marcos Blvd., Suite 113, San

Marcos, CA. 92078.

This business is registered by

Vanessa Padilla

180 Palmyra Dr.

Vista, Ca. 92084

Brenda V. Gutierrez Alatorre

10 Creekside Dr. Unit 225

San Marcos, Ca. 92078

This business is conducted by a

General Partnership.

First day of business:n/a.

/s/ Vanessa Padilla

Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg

Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San

Diego County on 4/9/2018

4/26, 5/03, 5/10 & 5/17/2018

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#2018-9009144 The name of the business: New World Homes, New World Plans, located at 3356 Golfers Drive, Oceanside, CA. 92056. This business is registered by Charles M. Haddy 3356 Golfers Drive Oceanside, CA. 92056 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business: n/a /s/ Charles M. Haddy Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 4/04/2018 4/12, 4/19, 4/26 & 5/03/20188 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT

#2018-9007679 The name of the business: Select Tile & Stone, located at 1108 S. Rancho Santa Fe Rd., San Marcos, CA. 92078 This business is registered by Jose Alfredo Rodriguez Acosta 1108 S. Rancho Santa Fe Rd. San Marcos, CA. 92078 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business: n/a /s/ Jose Alfredo Rodriguez Acosta Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 3/20/2018 4/12, 4/19, 4/26 & 5/03/20188 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT

#2018-9008971 The name of the business: Farmer Boys Escondido, located at 925 W. Mission Ave., Escondido, CA. 92025. This business is registered by Elan, Inc. 925 W. Mission Ave. Escondido, CA. 92025 This business is conducted by a corporation. First day of business: 6/13/2013 /s/ Andreas Andreou, President Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 4/03/2018 4/12, 4/19, 4/26 & 5/03/20188 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT

#2018-9008215 The name of the business: Strands Hair Design, located at 2424 Vista Way, #203, Oceanside, CA. 92054. This business is registered by Lorraine Vukelich 1211 Memory Lane Vista, Ca. 92084 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business: 1/31/2016. /s/ Lorraine Vukelich Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 3/26/2018 4/12, 4/19, 4/26 & 5/03/20188 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT

#2018-9009053 The name of the business: Wisdom, located at 1392 Beringer Lane, Vista, CA. 92081. This business is registered by Joerie Campo Catayong 1392 Beringer Lane Vista, CA 92081 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business: 7/7/2007. /s/ Joerie Campo Catayong Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 4/04/2018 4/12, 4/19, 4/26 & 5/03/20188 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT

#2018-9010482 The name of the business: The Beauty Lounge, located at 603 Vista Way Oceanside, Ca. 92054. This business is registered by Marta A Alvarez 3911 Celeste Dr. Oceanside, CA. 92056 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business: 4/19/16 /s/ Marta A Alvarez Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 4/19/2018 4/26, 5/03, 5/10 & 5/17/2018 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT

#2018-9010643 The name of the business: Best Fashion, located at 635 W. Mission Ave., Escondido, CA 92025. This business is registered by Adriana Gomez 4031 Altura Dr. Oceanside, Ca. 92056 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business: 6/10/2011. /s/ Adriana Gomez Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 4/20/2018 4/26, 5/03, 5/10 & 5/17/2018 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT

#2018-9009216 The name of the business: Foundation Chiropractic, Foundation Carlsbad, Foundation Chiropractic Carlsbad, located at 785 Grand Avenue, Suite 100 Carlsbad, CA. 92008 This business is registered by Dean Fauce Chiropractic, Inc. 2745 Jefferson ST. l#A Carlsbad, CA. 92008 This business is conducted by a corporation. First day of business: n/a. /s/ Michael Zachary Fauce Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 4/05/2018 4/19, 4/26, 5/03, & 5/10 /2018

STATEMENT OF ABANDONMENT OF USE OF FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME #2018-9008399 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME: Tony’s Delivery, located at 1247 W. San Marcos, Blvd, D-8, San Marcos, CA. 92078. THE FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME REFERRED TO ABOVE WAS FILED IN SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON 2/02/2018 and assigned File no. 2018-9003145, IS ABANDONED BY THE FOLLOWING REGISTRANT(S): Antonio Barcenas 1247 W. san Marcos Blvd, D-8 San Marcos, CA. 92078 I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct. (A registrant who declares as true any material pursuant to Section 17913 of the Business and Professions code that the registrant knows to be false is guilty of a misdemeanor punishable by a fine not to exceed one thousand dollars ($1000). crime). /s/ Antonio Barcenas This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 3/27/2018. 4/12, 4/19, 4/26 & 5/03/2018

ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME 37-2018-00009301-CU-PT-NC TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: Petitioner Devin Pierre Alario filed a petition with this court for a decree changing names as follows: Present name: Devin Pierre Alario to Proposed name Devin Michael Davis. THE COURT ORDERS that all persons interested in this matter shall appear before this court at the hearing indicated below to show cause, if any, why the petition for change of name should not be granted. Any person objecting to the name changes described above must file a written objections that includes the reasons for the objection at least two court days before the matter is scheduled to be heard and must appear at the hearing to show cause why the petition should not be granted. If no written objection is timely filed, the court may grant the petition without a hearing. NOTICE OF HEARING: Date: May 22,2018, 8:30a.m., Department 26. The address of the court is: 325 S. Melrose, Vista, CA. 92081. A copy of the Order to Show Cause shall be published at least once each week for four successive weeks prior to the date set for hearing on the petition in the following newspaper of general circulation, printed in this county: San Marcos News Reporter, dba, The Paper, 845 W. San Marcos Blvd, San Marcos, Ca. 92078. Dated 4/6/2018. /s/ Robert P. Dahlquist, Judge of the Superior Court 4/12, 4/19, 4/26, & 5/03/2018 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT

#2018-9008045 The name of the business: ProWeld, located at 906 Boardwalk Ste A, San Marcos, CA. 92069. This business is registered by David Maldonado Jr. 43502 Calle Carabana Temecula, CA. 92592 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business: 5/16/97 /s/ David Maldonado, Jr. Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 3/22/2018 4/19, 4/26, 5/03, & 5/10/2018 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT

#2018-9010828 The name of the business: Paradise Horticulture, located at 868 Genoa Way, San Marcos, Ca. 92078. This business is registered by Steve Mark Pyle 868 Genoa Way San Marcos, CA. 92078 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business: 4/1/2018 /s/ Steve Mark Pyle Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San 4/23/2018 5/03, 5/10, 5/17 & 5/24/2018 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT

#2018-9010775 The name of the business: Montano Irrigation, located at 129 Johnston Lane, San Marcos, CA. 92069. This business is registered by Unique Irrigation and Landscape, Inc. 129 Johnston Lane San Marcos, Ca. 92069 This business is conducted by a corporation. First day of business: 2/26/2018 /s/ Juan Montano, President Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San 4/23/2018 5/03, 5/10, 5/17 & 5/24/2018 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT

#2018-9010676 The name of the business: GoodFight Services, located at 1876 College Blvd., #127, Oceanside, CA. 92056. This business is registered by Daniel J. Camacho 1876 College Blvd., #127 Oceanside, Ca. 92056 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business: 4/20/2018 /s/ Daniel J. Camacho Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San 4/20/2018 5/03, 5/10, 5/17 & 5/24/2018


#2018-9011248 The name of the business: Falcon Electric, located at 4807 Pastel Court, Oceanside, CA. 92057. This business is registered by Sean Vincent Redward 4807 Pastel Court Oceanside, CA. 92057 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business: 4/20/2018 /s/ Sean Vincent Redward Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San 4/26/2018 5/03, 5/10, 5/17 & 5/24/2018

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#2018-9010820 The name of the business: Joint Vault, located at 668 Rodd Road, Vista, Ca. 92084. This business is registered by Charles Sakofsky 668 Rodd Road Vista, Ca. 92084 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business: 4/26/2018 /s/ Charles Sakofsky Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San 4/236/2018 5/03, 5/10, 5/17 & 5/24/2018 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT

#2018-9009356 The name of the business: Aquatic Inspections, Inc., located at 710 La Quebrada, Encinitas, CA. 92024. This business is registered by Aquatic Inspections, Inc. 710 La quebrada Enciniats, Ca. 92024 This business is conducted by a corporation. First day of business: 1/01/05 /s/ Robert R. McMurray, President Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San 4/06/2018 4/12, 4/19, 4/26 & 5/03/2018 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT

#2018-9010857 The name of the business: Luxury Dream Designs, Pillows by Dream Design, located at 1669 Ceanothus Court, Carlsbad, Ca. 92011. This business is registered by Clifford and Bettina Carroll Pratt 1669 Ceanothus Court Carlsbad, CA. 92011 This business is conducted by a married couple First day of business: 4/23/2018 /s/ Clifford Pratt Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San 4/23/2018 5/03, 5/10, 5/17 & 5/24/2018 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT

#2018-9010924 The name of the business: Fresh Start Cleaning Systems, Fresh Start Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning, Fresh Start Cleaning, located at 625 Hillcrest, Vista, Ca. 92081. This business is registered by Dwight W. & Regina Smith 625 Hillcrest Vista, CA. 92081 This business is conducted by a married couple First day of business: 1/01/1990 /s/ Dwight W. Smith Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San 4/24/2018 5/03, 5/10, 5/17 & 5/24/2018 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT

#2018-9009830 The name of the business: Tasty Pho, located at 1250 S. Santa Fe Ave.#K, Vista, CA. 92084. This business is registered by Nhung Nguyen 415 Plymouth Dr. #7 Vista, Ca. 92083 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business: 3/31/2018 /s/ Nhung Nguyen Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San 4/11/2018 5/03, 5/10, 5/17 & 5/24/2018 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT

#2018-9011295 The name of the business: Ocean Car, LLC, located at 1441 Industrial Avenue, Escondido, CA. 92029. This business is registered by Ocean Car, LLC 1471 Indusrial Ave. Escondido, CA. 92029 This business is conducted by a Limited Liability Company. First day of business: n/a. /s/ Leibnitz B. Cruz Dalmau, Manager Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San 4/26/2018 5/03, 5/10, 5/17 & 5/24/2018

STATEMENT OF ABANDONMENT OF USE OF FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME #2018-9011296 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME: Ocean Car Auction, located at 1471 Industrial Ave., Escondido, Ca. 92029. The Fictitious Business Name referred to above was filed in San Diego County on 6/12/17 and assigned File no. 2017-015275, is abandoned by the following regisrants: Leibnitz B. Cruz Dalmau and Praxedes Dalmau 1018 N. Santa Fe Ave. Vista, CA. 92083 I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct. (A registrant who declares as true any material pursuant to Section 17913 of the Business and Professions code that the registrant knows to be false is guilty of a misdemeanor punishable by a fine not to exceed one thousand dollars ($1000). crime). /s/ Leibnitz B. Cruz Dalmau This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego on 4/26/2018. 5/03, 5/10, 5/17 & 5/24/2018

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Ordinance No. 2018-1465 AN URGENCY ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SAN MARCOS, CALIFORNIA, REAUTHORIZING THE PUBLIC, EDUCATIONAL AND GOVERNMENTAL (PEG) FEE AGAINST STATE FRANCHISE HOLDERS OPERATING WITHIN THE CITY OF SAN MARCOS PURSUANT TO CALIFORNIA PUBLIC UTILITIES CODE SECTION 5870(n) TO CONTINUE SUPPORTING PEG CHANNEL FACILITIES AND ACTIVITIES WHEREAS, California Public Utilities Code (PUC) section 5870(n), which was enacted as part of the Digital Infrastructure and Video Competition Act of 2006 (DIVCA), authorizes local agencies to adopt an ordinance establishing a fee to support public, educational and governmental (PEG) channel facilities and activities; and WHEREAS, on February 26, 2008, pursuant to its authority under PUC section 5870(n), the City adopted Ordinance Numbers 2008-1299 and 2008-1301 to establish a one percent (1%) PEG fee for any State franchise holder operating within the jurisdiction of the City; and

WHEREAS, PUC section 5870(n) provides that an ordinance establishing a PEG fee shall expire, and may be reauthorized, upon the expiration of a State franchise certificate; and WHEREAS, Time Warner Cable Pacific West LLC, dba Charter Communications (Time Warner), currently holds a California Video Franchise Certificate (Franchise Number 0020), issued by the California Public Utilities Commission (Commission), with an effective date of January 2, 2018 through January 2, 2028; and

WHEREAS, the City recently discovered that the Commission issued the current franchise certificate to Time Warner on October 27, 2017 based on the impending expiration date of its previous certificate on January 2, 2018; and WHEREAS, given the short time frame within which legislation must become effective to protect the City’s PEG fees, the City finds that an urgency ordinance is necessary for the immediate protection of the public heath, safety and welfare; and WHEREAS, California Government Code section 36937 expressly authorizes local agencies to adopt an urgency ordinance for the immediate preservation of the public peace, health or safety; and

WHEREAS, the City desires to reauthorize Ordinance Numbers 2008-1299 and 2008-1301 and the PEG fee established under such Ordinances effective immediately to continue supporting PEG channel facilities and activities within the City. NOW, THEREFORE, the City Council of the City of San Marcos, California, in accordance with the freedom afforded to charter cities generally, and by the Charter of the City

of San Marcos specifically, does ordain as follows:

Section 1.Recitals. The foregoing recitals are true and correct. Section 2. Reauthorization of Ordinance Numbers 2008-1299 and 2008-1301. The City hereby reauthorizes Ordinance Numbers 2008-1299 and 2008-1301, and the PEG fee established under such Ordinances, pursuant to PUC section 5870(n) to continue supporting PEG channel facilities and activities within the City. The fee shall remain unchanged and is in full effect as to all State franchise holders operating within the City. Section 3.F i n d i n g s and Purpose. The adoption of this urgency Ordinance is necessary for the immediate protection of the public peace, health or safety. Pursuant to Government Code section 36937 and to protect the public peace, health or safety, the City Council finds and declares that:

(a) PUC section 5870(n), which was enacted as part of DIVCA, authorizes the City to adopt an ordinance establishing a fee to support PEG channel facilities and activities.

(b) On February 26, 2008, the City adopted Ordinance Numbers 20081299 and 2008-1301 establishing a 1% fee for the support of PEG channel facilities and activities within the City, which is codified under SMMC section 14.25.070. (c) California Video Franchise Certificate (Franchise Number 0020) was granted to Time Warner by the Commission to provide video service in the City’s jurisdiction.

(d) The City was not aware of the January 2, 2018 expiration date of Time Warner’s previous Stateissued franchise certificate, or that the Commission issued a new certificate to Time Warner with an effective date of January 2, 2018 through January 2, 2028. (e) PUC section 5870(n) provides that an ordinance establishing a fee to support PEG channel facilities and activities shall expire, and may be reauthorized, upon the expiration of a State franchise certificate.

(f) To continue collecting the PEG fee from State franchise holders under Ordinance Numbers 20081299 and 2008-1301, the City must reauthorize Ordinance Numbers 2008-1299 and 2008-1301 effective immediately.

(g) If the PEG fee is not reauthorized immediately, the City may lose funding for its PEG channel facilities and activities, which could jeopardize a reliable means by which the City communicates with its residents. Any lapse in funding may also lead to confusion among State franchise holders operating within the City regarding the continued payment of PEG fees, which could cause the City to incur additional costs to recover any overdue fees. (h)

It is essential that

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the City adopt this Ordinance to reauthorize the PEG fee on an urgency basis. Government Code section 63937 authorizes local governments to adopt an urgency ordinance for the immediate preservation of the public peace, health or safety.

(i) It is necessary for the City to reauthorize the collection of the PEG fee for the immediate preservation of the public peace, health or safety. The City depends upon the PEG fee to support PEG channel facilities and activities, which provide PEG outreach to the community and also provide City residents with important civil programming, including, but not limited to, emergency alerts, public safety broadcasts, and community and governmental news.

(j) This is not a project within the meaning of Section 15378 of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Guidelines because there is no potential for it to result in a physical change in the environment, either directly or indirectly. In the event this Ordinance is found to be subject to CEQA, it is exempt from CEQA pursuant to the exemption contained in CEQA Guidelines section 15061(b)(3) because it can be seen with certainty that there is no possibility of a significant effect on the environment. Section 4. Severability. If any section, sentence, clause or phrase of this Ordinance is determined to be invalid, illegal or unconstitutional by a decision or order of any court or agency of competent jurisdiction, then such decision or order will not affect the validity and enforceability of the remaining portions of this Ordinance. The City Council declares that it would have passed and adopted the Ordinance, and each section, sentence, clause or phrase thereof, regardless of the fact that any one or more sections, subsections, sentences, clauses, or phrases be declared invalid or unconstitutional. Section 5.Effective Date. This Ordinance shall take effect immediately upon adoption as an urgency measure.

Section 6.Publication. Within fifteen (15) days following the adoption of this Ordinance, the City Clerk shall publish this Ordinance, or the title thereof, as a summary as required by State law.

PASSED, APPROVED, AND ADOPTED AS AN URGENCY ORDINANCE at a regular meeting of the City Council of the City of San Marcos, California, held on the 24th day of April, 2018, by the following roll call vote: AYES: COUNCILMEMBERS: JABARA, JENKINS, JONES, ORLANDO, DESMOND NOES: C O U N C I L M E M BERS: NONE ABSENT: C O U N C I L M E M BERS: NONE A certified copy is posted in the office of the City Clerk at 1 Civic Center Drive, San Marcos, CA. Phillip Scollick, City Clerk, City of San Marcos. PD 5/3/2018


Ordinance No. 2018-1464, an ordinance of the City Council of the City of San Marcos, California, approving a Specific Plan titled “Murai Specific Plan” in the College Area Neighborhood. SP 15009 (P15-0068) ColRich Califronia, LLC. Ordinance 2018-1464 was introduced on April 24, 2018, and will be presented to the City Council for adoption on May 8, 2018. A certified copy is posted in the office of the City Clerk at 1 Civic Center Drive, San Marcos, CA. Phillip Scollick, City Clerk, City of San Marcos. PD: 5/3/2018

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The Planning Division Manager of the City of San Marcos has considered the proposed project and does intend to APPROVE the Director’s Permit (DP) 180004 on May 14, 2018. Project No.: DP18-0004 Applicant: Andrew and Deborah Varos, Pacific Coast Learning Center Request: A Director's Permit to allow the continued operation of an adult daycare facility in an existing industrial park located in the Transitional (LI/I) Zone of the Richland Neighborhood. Environmental Determination: Categorically Exempt (EX 18017) pursuant to Section 15301 Class 1 of the California Code of Regulations (CCR), in that the project proposes the continued use an existing 8,677 square foot facility, in an urbanized area of the City with adequate public services to support the project. Location of Property: 1300 & 1320 Rancheros Drive, more particularly described as being a portion of Lot 2 in Block 21, of Ranchos los Vallecitos de San Marcos, according to map thereof no. 806 filed in the Office of the County Recorder of the County of San Diego, State of California, on December 21, 1895. Assessor’s Parcel Number: 226-402-01-00. Further information about this notice can be obtained from Associate Planner Sean del Solar, AICP, at 760-744-1050 extension 3223, or sdelsolar@san-marcos.net. NOTICE: Any interested person may appeal the decision of the Planning Division Manager to the Planning Commission provided the appeal fee is paid ($20 for residents; $1,155 for non-residents) and a written appeal is submitted to the Planning Division Secretary within ten (10) calendar days of the date of the decision (due no later than 5:30 PM on May 24, 2018). The written appeal should specify the reasons for the appeal and the grounds upon which the appeal is based. The City’s Planning Commission will then consider the filed appeal(s) at a later public hearing. The Planning Division can be contacted at 760-744-1050, extension 3233 or sgallegos@san-marcos.net. The City of San Marcos is committed to making its programs, services and activities accessible to individuals with disabilities. If you require accommodation to participate in any City program, service or activity, please contact the City Clerk’s office at 1 Civic Center Drive, San Marcos CA 92069, or call 760-744-1050, extension 3145. Phil Scollick, City Clerk, City of San Marcos. PD: 05/03/18.

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