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Volume 50

June 11, 2020

- No. 24

By Thomas Calabrese

Sally Connors had been working at the Carlsbad Airport for three years and even though she was only fourteen years old, she knew more about flying than pilots much older than herself. She had been taking flight training lessons since she was thirteen and planned on flying solo when she turned sixteen and getting her pilot’s license when she became eligible on her seventeenth birthday. Sally first saw an airplane up close on her fifth birthday at the San Diego Airport and has been consumed by anything aeronautical ever since. She read everything she could find about The Paper - 760.747.7119

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female pilots which included; Amelia Earhart, Harriet Quimbey, Pancho Barnes, Bessie Coleman, Amy Johnson, Jacqueline Cochran and Willa Brown among others.

Her job chores at the small North County airport included walking the runway every morning at sunrise to make sure that it was completely clear of debris, running errands for pilots, washing down aircraft and various janitorial services. Sally would do any task without complaint or hesitation as long as she was able to be around airplanes. If she was lucky, one of the local pilots would take her up for a ride and if Sally was

really lucky, the pilot would give her temporary control of the aircraft.

It was May 16, 1980, and the airport was preparing for the Memorial Day air show. The main attraction was going to be James Stewart, actor, pilot and World War II hero. He was going to fly his vintage P-51 Mustang fighter down from Los Angeles and perform at the show. Sally could hardly contain her excitement as she familiarized herself with the P-51 and James Stewart’s flying history. She even compiled a list of questions to ask the iconic actor and familiarized herself with the development of the leg-

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endary airplane. To most people it was just boring details, but not to Sally who found it captivating; The North American Aviation P-51 Mustang was an American longrange, single-seat fighter and fighterbomber used during World War II and the Korean War, among other conflicts. The Mustang was designed in 1940 by North American Aviation. The Mustang was originally designed to use the Allison V-1710 engine, which, in its earlier variants, had limited high-altitude performance. It was first flown operationally by the RAF as a tactical-reconnaissance aircraft and fighter-bomber. The replacement of the Allison with


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a Rolls-Royce Merlin resulted in the P-51B/C model and transformed the Mustang’s performance at altitudes above 15,000 feet, allowing the aircraft to compete with the Luftwaffe’s fighters. The definitive version, the P-51D, was powered by the Packard V-1650-7, a license-built version of the Rolls-Royce Merlin 66 two-stage two-speed supercharged engine and was armed with six .50 caliber M2/AN Browning machine guns. James Stewart’s war time P-51 Mustang was modified to civilian use by adding a taller tailfin, wingtip tanks and a tight second seat that was placed in the space formerly occupied by the military radio and fuselage fuel tank. The real coincidence of the situation was that he named his plane, ‘Mustang Sally’ not after Sally Connors, but after his granddaughter, Sally, the second child of his daughter Kelly.

Memorial Day could not come fast enough for the precocious teenager and in the week prior to the holiday, Sally was at the small airport by the crack of dawn to do her assigned chores before heading off to school. When class was out, she rushed back to the airport, worked for two more hours then biked home before nightfall. Her father, Bill was a former Army Ranger and World War II veteran and encouraged his only child to pursue her dreams, and even though he was concerned for her safety, he knew that trying to restraint her would be a serious error in parenting. His wife Margaret wanted a more

Give Us This Day Our Daily Chuckle This week, a compendium of wit, wisdom and neat stuff you can tell at parties. Enjoy! The Brothel Parrot ...

A woman went to a pet shop & immediately spotted a large, beautiful parrot. There was a sign on the cage that said $50.00. 'Why so little,' she asked the pet store owner. The owner looked at her and said, 'Look, I should tell you first that this bird used to live in a house of Prostitution and sometimes it says some pretty vulgar stuff.'

The woman thought about this, but decided she had to have the bird any way. She took it home and hung the bird's cage up in her living room and waited for it to say something. The bird looked around the room, then at her, and said, 'New house, new madam.'

The woman was a bit shocked at the implication, but then thought 'that's really not so bad.' When her 2 teenage daughters

traditional life for her free spirited daughter, “She is so focused on flying that I’m worried she is missing out on other activities,” Margaret said.

“She gets good grades, is involved in sports, doesn’t do drugs or cause trouble,” Bill said, “Most parents would be thanking their lucky stars for a daughter like ours. Maybe we should support what she is, instead of wishing that she was somebody else.” “When you put it that way,” Margaret smiled.

It was May24th when one of Sally’s friends, Shannon approached her as she was leaving school, “What are you doing for Memorial Day weekend…a bunch of us are going to the beach.” “I’ll be working at the air show,” Sally responded.

“You’re always at the airport!” Shannon snapped back. “James Stewart is coming in,” Sally responded. “Who’s that?”

“Seriously, Shannon, you don’t know who James Stewart is?” Sally responded in amazement, “He’s coming with his Mustang.”

‘Big deal, my brother has a Camaro.” “P-51 Mustang…never mind,” Sally shook her head and walked off. Sally asked Andy Howard, the airreturned from school the bird saw and said, 'New house, new madam, new girls.' The girls and the woman were a bit offended, but then began to laugh about the situation, considering how and where the parrot had been raised. Moments later, the woman's husband came home from work. The bird looked at him and said, 'Hi Keith.' •••• SURGEONS BRAGGING... The first one said "I had a patient that cut off four fingers on a table saw and I reattached them so well he now is playing the guitar in a band!"

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port manager every day if James Stewart was still coming to the air show, “How many times are you going to ask me that question?” “I just want to be sure,” Sally flashed an impish grin. “You’ll be the first one I tell if anything changes,” Andy promised.

It was Sunday, twenty four hours and counting to the Memorial Day show and Sally was up before dawn. Her father was already in the kitchen when she walked down the stairs. “Do I need to ask where you are going today?” Andy asked.

“You don’t need to, but I’m happy to tell you anyway,” Sally smiled.

“I hope you’re not expecting too much from James Stewart,” Andy cautioned his daughter. “What do you mean?”

“He’s a famous actor and a lot of people are going to want to talk to him. His time is limited and he’ll be in his plane, then he’ll probably be gone,” Andy explained, “What I’m trying to say is that he might not have as much time to spend with you as you would like.” “I considered that possibility already, so I plan to be at the airport when Mr. Stewart arrives and I’m staying there until he leaves. If I see my opportunity then I’ll take it, and if I don’t then I also realize that life is full of disappointments, this will just be one of them. That doesn’t mean I shouldn’t try, does it?” everyone drove the old 2 lane roads,

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“How old did you say you were?” Andy smiled and was obviously impressed by his daughter’s grasp of the situation.

“Remember one thing, I’ll never be old enough to stop having breakfast with the best dad in the world,” Sally leaned over and kissed her father on the cheek. It was almost 1400 hours on the Sunday before Memorial Day when one of the airport workers turned to Sally, “Everything is done, why don’t you go home.” Before Sally could answer, she heard something in the distance and listened more closely,” Hear that?” “Hear what?” The airport worker responded.

Sally took off in a full sprint for the airport tower and ran up the stairs, found a pair of binoculars and looked to the west. Suddenly there was a radio transmission, “Carlsbad, this Mustang HO624J requesting permission to land.”

The tower operator was not there, since no incoming aircraft was scheduled for take-off or landing. It only took Sally a second to realize what needed to be done, so she picked up the radio, “Mustang, this is Carlsbad, you are clear for landing, approach from the east, crosswinds six to seven knots, visibility clear.” “Affirmative,” came the distinctive

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The

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distancing. Businesses and their employees can “share a meal” with a local family by donating a kit that includes one of their favorite recipes and the non-perishable ingredients required to create it for a family of four, along with a short note of encouragement. "Our goal for this is to simply let neighbors help neighbors," said Dorinda Miller, Vice President of Philanthropy. "San Marcos is a kind and caring community and we are grateful for the outpouring of support we have received from so many businesses so far."

Evelyn Madison The Social Butterfly Email Evelyn at:

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Update from the Escondido Senior Travel Office - Unfortunately at this time with the Coronavirus affecting our travel plans we need to very carefully plan a safe and responsible way to travel again. The Senior Center is still closed with no plans for re-opening at this time. We will start reimbursing everyone's money untill we get our travel plans back to a regular schedule. This may take several weeks but please watch your mailbox. If you have questions you can leave a message or talk with us on Wednesday's from 10am-12noon, 760-745-5414. San Marcos Boys & Girls Club Connects Businesses to Local Families - Boys & Girls Club of San Marcos has launched From Our Home to Yours, a new program connecting businesses with families facing food insecurity during these times of social

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voice of the pilot. As Sally rushed out to meet the aircraft, she bumped into Ben Littlefield, the tower operator and almost knocked him over, “What’s going on?” “We have a plane landing,” Sally replied as she kept running. “Nobody told me.”

“It is James Stewart!”

Sally knew the sound of every aircraft that flew regularly into Carlsbad Airport, but nothing sounded like the high pitched whine that grew ever louder until the afternoon sun reflected off the silver fuselage of the P-51 Mustang that quickly came into view. It was like a sliver of light as it sliced through the skies and then landed so softly that it barely seemed to touch the pavement before it taxied to the hangar area. Sally guided the Mustang to an area that had been reserved especially for it. It dwarfed the Pipers and Cessnas that were parked nearby.

James Stewart opened the cockpit and stepped out, he was an older man, his hair was gray and tousled and had the style of several generations earlier. His flight jacket was faded brown, creased and worn and the American flag was prominently sewn to the right shoulder. There were also several other squadron emblems on it as well.

As soon as James Stewart’s feet touched the tarmac, Sally said with

Escondido-based PRAVA Construction Services was the first business to join the initiative, donating over 25 kits to support the effort. “Here at PRAVA, we are dedicated to building lasting memories and partnerships within our community. When we had the opportunity to bring our people together in support of this initiative, it gave us a chance to band collectively as a cohesive team, even though most of us had been working from home. We look forward to future endeavors, and a long lasting relationship with the Boys & Girls Club of San Marcos!” said Victoria Adams, PRAVA’s Director of Business Development. Any meal kits donated are distributed to families on Fridays during the Club’s free supper program, which has served over 20,000 meals to families during the COVID-19 crisis. In addition to the weekly meal program, the Club has also pivoted in-person programs to Virtual Clubhouse, offering free activities for youth and families to participate in from home. Businesses who are interested in learning more can visit www.boysgirlsclubsm.org or email info@boysgirlsclubsm.org.

utmost enthusiasm, “Welcome to Carlsbad, Mr. Stewart, my name is Sally Connors and I’m here to help you in any way that you need.” “Did you say that your name is Sally?” James Stewart asked, “I like that name,” and gestured to writing on the plane, Mustang Sally, “my granddaughter is named Sally.” “We weren’t expecting you until tomorrow, sir,” Sally said.

“Call me Jimmy, I was planning on leaving in the morning, but it was supposed to be overcast with light drizzle until early afternoon, so I thought to myself, what would I’d rather do; take a nice ride along the coast in the sun today or fly in the ‘May Gray’ tomorrow.”

A Hopeful and Resilient Community: A Virtual Community Circle - The Alliance for Regional Solutions announces the Case Manager's Network June Training, A Hopeful and Resilient Community: A Virtual Community Circle, on Friday, June 19th, from 9am-11am. All are welcome. Maintaining hope supports our sense of individual resilience and helps us envision a brighter future. In this unique moment as we are dealing with COVID, racism, and bridging the divides in our community, let's take time to connect in a discussion of what brings us hope, how we can increase our hopeful feelings, the good things that might be ahead, and have a greater sense of a connected community. Join this interactive community conversation on Zoom, facilitated by National Conflict Resolution Center, where you can share your story, hear from others, and lend support to one another. This community conversation is support by the County HHSA, as party of the Live Well San Diego Exchange program. Contact Marylynn McCorkle at Alliance for Regional Solutions, 760.529.9979, x216, or mmccorkle@regionalsolutions.net. Zoom meeting information will be sent out once you are registered. MainStreet Oceanside Updates Show your support with Oceanside Strong Apparel, Thursday Morning Farmer's Market, COVID-19 Testing Locations and more. Show your support with Oceanside Strong apparel. Fifty percent of profits from sales of apparel will go to the Oceanside Strong Fund through June 30th. Funds help support local businesses. Order your T-shirts and masks through Oceanside Strong web page or Whitlock Ink. So far, your support has raised over $10,000 and provided

James Stewart hated to tell the young girl no, “Do your parents allow you to invite strange men to your home?” “You’re not a strange man, you are James Stewart!” Sally was exuberant. “Call your parents and see what they say.”

Bill Connors was in his car and on his way to the Carlsbad airport in less than two minutes, once he got his daughter’s phone call.

“I’ve booked a room at the Carlsbad Inn so I’ll need a cab to take me there,” James Stewart said.

Bill Connors and James Stewart shared stories about their military service and like most men of the ‘Greatest Generation’ they only spoke in generalities, while choosing to ignore the horrors of war that they experienced. Sally was riveted by their conversation and when her father was done speaking; she began asking James Stewart technical questions about the many aircrafts that he had flown in his life.

“Thank you, Sally, but I’ve already made my reservation,” James Stewart replied.

“I’m sorry Mr. Stewart, I didn’t mean to ramble on,” Sally apologized.

“I’m glad you chose today,” Sally smiled.

All of a sudden, a thought flashed through Sally’s mind, “Why don’t you stay at my home?”

“My dad was in the 82nd Airborne, the ‘All American Division’ and served in World War II, the same time as you. My mom and dad are big fans of yours, me too of course. Please Mr. Stewart, we’ve got a great guest room and it’s a lot better than a hotel. My mom is a really good cook and she’ll make you anything you want.”

Three hours later, Margaret Connors intervened, “Mr. Stewart has a busy day ahead of him tomorrow, why don’t you let him get some sleep.”

“It has been my pleasure to talk to a young person that is so passionate about flying.”

On Memorial Day, the gray clouds were heavy and dark and there was a collective sense of disappointment from the people at the airport that they would not burn off in time for the air show. James Stewart methodi-

grants between $375 and $1,000 to 13 small businesses in Oceanside. Thank you and please continue support small businesses by shopping and dining locally. Join us every Thursday morning at the Farmer's Market from 9am to 1pm; now crossing North Coast Highway, with new socially distanced layout in three sections on Pier View Way from Duitmar to Tremont streets. Covid-19 Testing Now in Oceanside. CVS has opened more testing sites for Covid-19 in North County. Two are located in Oceanside at CVS at 1980 College Boulevard and CVS at 4615 Frazee Road. More information available at CVS COVID-19 Testing Info page. Also, the County's Live ell Center on Mission Avenue is testing Monday-Friday. Call 211 for appointment.

Elizabeth Hospice Sharing Hope and Joy With You! - Join The Elizabeth Hospice as they share hope and joy with you through "At Home But Not Alone" - a virtual event that you can experience in the comfort of your home. The hope is that the interactive activities and musical performances of this event will bring you pleasure as you reflect on the special people in your life. We want you to know how much we care about you, especially during these uncertain times. "At Home But Not Alone" gives you the opportunity to view the event in its entirety or in segments as your time permits. Simply go online at this website address to view the event:

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cally went through his pre-flight check as Sally watched every one of his movements and committed them to memory. He handed Sally a fire extinguisher with specific and simple instructions, “If you see a fire, put it out.”

“Affirmative,” Sally responded, “You can count on me.”

James Stewart climbed into the cockpit and gave the thumbs up. The air around the exhaust manifolds shimmered like a mirror from fuel fumes as the huge prop started to rotate. One manifold, then another barked, several people backed up, but Sally stood her ground mesmerized by the sound. The Packard-built Merlin engine came to life with a thunderous roar and blue flames knifed from the manifolds with an arrogant impatient snarl. It was as if the heavens were listening, for as soon as the P-51 Mustang began to taxi, the skies began to clear. By the time James Stewart reached the end of the runway, the skies directly above the airport were bright blue and the sun focused its attention on the Mustang. Like a banshee freed from a hellish prison, the plane shot upward, swallowing altitude like a voracious predator.

James Stewart made several passes over the field, the last one in the inverted position and only fifty feet above the ground tearing the air to shreds at 500 mph, the wingtips of the P-51 spilling contrails of condensed air. It glistened, screamed and the buildings shook. The anticipation

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Local News

The Paper • Page 4 • June 11, 2020 UPDATE: FATAL TRAFFIC COLLISION

ARREST MADE IN FATAL TRAFFIC COLLISION CASE

On May 5, 2020, Escondido Police and Fire responded to a vehicle versus pedestrian collision on San Pasqual Valley Road at Oak Hill Dr. Tragically, four pedestrians were struck and killed in the collision.

While Intoxicated (4 separate counts) and will be booked into the Vista Detention Facility after processing. This case has been a devastating event for our community. Investigators spent many hours putting together this case and we want the public to understand the following:

• All murder cases take time, energy, and a team of investigators to gather and process the evidence. • Moreover, the nature of vehiclerelated death investigations require significant follow-up investigation including vehicle computer analysis, cell phone analysis, roadway computations, and lab tests. • When arrests are made too quickly and without enough investigation, the DA’s office may not be able to prosecute the case because the case cannot be proven beyond a reasonable doubt. Single engine plane crashes, pilot dies, passenger badly injured

On June 4, 2020, Escondido Police obtained an arrest warrant for Ashley Rene Williams (28) from Escondido, the driver of the vehicle that struck the pedestrians. Police executed a search warrant on Williams’ home where she was taken into custody. She was arrested for Murder (4 separate counts) and Gross Vehicular Manslaughter

Man About Town

Reasons I love Escondido:

Chief of Police Ed Varso - a top communicator. Is there any Chief of Police anywhere in America that handled the protests as well as Chief Varso? I don’t think so. He was magnificent and I think Escondido is lucky to have him. He met with leaders of the protest, he smoothed uneven tempers, calmed crowds, and arranged for orderly demonstrations and protests, all the while having his entire police force at the ready to prevent any outside troublemakers to gain any type of foothold. Result: A peaceful series of protests.

David Ross, Editor for the Valley Center Roadrunner reports, Sunday night a single engine Carbon Cub airplane crashed in the front yard of a Palomar Vista Drive residence killing the 57 year-old pilot, Peter Bierle, and gravely injuring his niece passenger, 12 year old Raquel Contreras, who was transported by Mercy Air to Rady Children’s Hospital. Well done Chief Varso and the entire Escondido Police Department! •••• Arie DeJong . . .a very successful businessman who consistently displays his compassion for the community and the individuals that live in that community. I absolutely love this man! I know of many things Mr. DeJong has done to help individuals. I don’t mention them by name because Arie doesn’t want publicity. He just does the right thing when folks or the community needs help.

Proud to call him my friend. •••• Mayor Paul McNamara, a Marine through and through. A distinguished military career and a man who has guided the city of Escondido on a steady course. We also extend a belated Happy Birthday wish to Mayor McNamara! •••• Pastor (retired) Dick Huls: This past Saturday Pastor Huls and I got together for coffee for the first time in about three months. It was so good to see him and chat and chat and chat! I absolutely love the man and his terrific family. He and his wife, Marcia, are very special people and I’m so glad they are part of my life.

Shortly before the crash, neighbors in the area heard the engine throttle down and shortly after the plane plunged into the front yard of a residence in the area, without damaging the house or hitting anyone on the ground. Before first responders arrived, as many as 30 neighbors converged on the accident site to do what they could to put out the fire that had started on the plane. Neighbors pulled the 12-year-old child from the plane, and moved her to safety as someone drove a tractor over and covered the wreckage with dirt to try and extinguish the fire. The 12-year-old suffered some burns and was flown to UCSD Medical Center to have her airway evaluated for burns from the superheated gases. “She was first sent to the burn unit, and then to Rady’s Children’s Hospital when they found she didn’t have respiratory burns,” said Valley Center Fire Chief Joe Napier. “At Rady she’s getting the best possible care for the best possible outcome.” Rosie’s Cafe, Escondido, Closes

Rosie’s Cafe, the troubled downtown Escondido diner/cafe has closed its doors permanantly its owner announced in a Facebook post last week.

Between the pandemic which forced so many businesses to close, and a hit and run accident that

We got all caught up on a lot of items and events that have gone on in the past three months but I’m sure he and I have both forgotten one or two items so that’s a perfect excuse to meet for coffee again next week! •••• Dr. Greg Hurt, one of the world’s greatest dentists and great friend. He owns the San Marcos Dental Clinic. He and his great staff, like so many other dental clinics. have weathered the storm that essentially shut down the clinic for all but emergency dental procedures, but are now fully open and accepting appointments for their regular patients as well as new folks. Dr. Hurt has done my dentistry for years and I’m very, very pleased with his work and the chance to visit with him. •••• The Pala Casino: We are delighted to learn that the casino is now open and will have some announcements in our June 18th issue about exciting events they are now scheduling. They have superb dining facilities and great food and service. They will be having more of the great entertainment they had gained such a great reputation for prior to the shutdown forced by the pandemic. They’ve worked out arrangements so you and I can enjoy great entertainment with great comfort and safety!

badly injured the owner, 33 yearold Kaitlyn “Rosie” Pilsbury, she was never able to recover financially. She is still in recovery from injuries she suffered in the nearfatal motorcycle accident in December.

Rosie’s closed in March and never reopened after social-distancing restrictions were lifted for dine-in service last month. Pilsbury thanked the community for their support and said she hopes to return to Grand Avenue someday in the future with her dog, Stu, to thank her former customers in person.

Pilsbury took over the former Champion’s restaurant on Grand Avenue in late 2016.

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Jeanette McBrearty and her husband, Chris, the new owners of Hunsaker at Vincent’s, successor to Vincent’s on Grand Avenue in downtown Escondido. She and her husband acquired Vincent’s, French Rooted, American Defined.

Evelyn Madison and I dined there this past Sunday during their Mother’s Day Makeup Brunch. Do I need to mention the food was superb as was the elegant table setting and service by the well groomed and attentive staff? A great addition for fine dining in Escondido.

Meanwhile, for those on the go and who don’t have the time to sit down for an elegant meal but still want fine food, you may wish to try The Flying Toad, 760.745.3835, theflyingtoad.com, 113 W. Grand Avenue, Escondido. They are owned also by the McBrearty’s and are open for BackAlleyPickup (off of Broadway), Wed-Sat, 4pm to 8pm, They also offer patio dining at the rear of the restaurant. So whether it’s pick-up to go or dining in a relaxed patio setting, we salute and highly recomment The Flying Toad. •••• We’ll have lots more in what is special about Escondido and other North San Diego County communities in next week’s issue of The Paper!


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next he circles the U, “and me” he continues by circling the last two letters in ASSUME with a flourish that brings riotous applause from the entire court, including the Judge.

Paul & Nome Van Middlesworth, The Computer Factory

www. thecomputerfactory.net "San Diego's Best Computer Store 2015-2020" Union Tribune readers poll

Never ASSUME

With twenty five years of writing this weekly column under our belts it easy for us to ASSUME that our readers know what The Computer Factory is all about. We know better. We, along with most of America learned that lesson in a 1970 episode of “The Odd Couple.” (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v =LfvTwv5o1Qs) Felix Unger (Tony Randall) steps up to a blackboard and writes ASSUME. He then turns to the crowded courtroom and proceeds in dramatic fashion to immortalize the following statement. “To assume,” he said, “makes an ass”, at this point he circles the first three letters in ASSUME, “out of you”

Preparing for Future Emergencies

In March the Legislature recessed due to the COVID-19 emergency. This recess was unprecedented in our history and underscored a critical problem. While California lawmakers continued to work from their districts, they cannot vote on legislation when they are unable to meet in Sacramento.

When it comes to technology, our Legislature is stuck in the past. The recent recess and current social unrest have shown that it can be unsafe for Members, their staff and the public to attend proceedings in the Capitol. We lack clear authority to hold remote hearings during emergency shutdowns. This leaves 40 million Californians without representation when they need it the most.

Other states, along with municipalities and government agencies across the state adopted emergency provisions allowing temporary, remote proceedings. Surely, California can take similar steps to ensure continuity of government. I have joined Assemblymembers Mullin, Cooley and Ting to author Assembly Constitutional Amendment 25 (ACA 25), allowing legislators to remotely attend and vote in legislative

We are all about Windows PCs (personal computers) and the things they are used for. This includes desktop, tower, notebook and AIO (All-InOne) PCs and the applications and peripheral they use. We don’t do carburetors, hand grenades or Apple (Mac) PCs. Mac users sometimes indignantly ask why we “discriminate” against Apple PC products. It isn’t because we don’t like Appleheads, (they are kind of fun to watch). The real reason is that servicing Apple PCs (not iPhones) requires an entirely different knowledge set and because Apple represents a fairly small portion of the PC market (about 8%), we leave that part of the PC business to the Apple specialists. If you need one we will be happy to tell you where to go. Most of our product sales efforts are in support of mainstream business and home PC users but we do design and build PCs to meet special applications like gaming, solids modeling, audio/video editing and day trading. The major portion of our PC sales consists of “enterprise refurbs.” These range from the basic workstations ($200-$300) for routine home, school and office applications and Internet access through systems with high speed CPUs, SSDs, video cards and tons of RAM. An important part of our service resides in helping our clients arrive at the best and most cost effective

proceedings during a declared state of emergency. Recent amendments to ACA 25 protect public access by requiring hearings to be open and public. Remote hearings must receive twothirds approval from Members, and will be allowed only during the emergency when Members are unavailable or cannot safely attend. Any deviations from normal procedures will be subject to judicial review with the burden of proof on the Legislature to prove the deviations are necessary.

The people of California must have representation at all times. With its two-year terms, The Assembly is the house that’s most accountable to the people. Its responsibilities, including oversight and checks/balances over the Executive Branch are critical, especially during a crisis. ACA 25 has wide bi-partisan support and requires a two-thirds vote to pass. Finally, it must be approved by the voters before becoming law. Assembly Republican 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.

solutions for their particular requirements. Our PC services include upgrading hardware and OS (operating systems,) trouble-shooting and repair of hardware and software problems and home and office onsite service for setting up systems, peripherals and networks. The Covid19 “work from home” demand for many school and office tasks has slowed the upgrade from Win7 to Win10. Many offices have been closed and Win7 users at home have been reluctant to make any changes. Internet and commercial institutions have held off on plans to deny access to Win7 users until the Covid19 crises passes and Microsoft continues to allow Win7 and 8 license holders to avoid paying a

license fees to upgrade. As the crises ends so will the tolerance level for Win7.

“Forewarned is forearmed,” please think about getting those Win7 PCs upgraded while it still can be done at a reasonable cost. If you have an old Win7 PC that you’re not using, get it upgraded anyway or bring it in for a trade-in. Right now and going forward, nearly any PC manufactured with Win7 can be upgraded to Win10 for a bit over $100. As a Win10 upgrade it will be just as fast and capable as a brand new Win10 PC for common applications and the Internet. But if you wait until Microsoft pulls the plug on the “free” Win10 upgrade, your old PC will be worthless.

5th District Supervisor

Jim Desmond

Opening Up Businesses

Throughout our battle against COVID19, my goal has always been to open more businesses and continue our momentum while keeping people safe, especially protecting those that are vulnerable. Over the last two weeks, we’ve seen our restaurants, retail businesses, hair salons and barbershops open safely, without any major spikes in Corona Virus cases or capacity issues in hospitals. While our testing has increased, the percentages of positive tests have gone down and continues to trend down.

As I said last week, we MUST protect our most vulnerable. We’ve learned the vast majority of COVID-19 deaths are people with underlying circumstances. We’ve learned the median age of those who have passed away from Corona Virus is 78. We’ve learned that 47% of San Diego county’s deaths are people in congregate care facilities. We have identified the highest risk groups in our population and we need to protect them as we open up the economy. At our last Board of Supervisors meeting, I urged my colleagues to open more businesses back up, while protecting our most vulnerable. I’ve always looked at the Board of Supervisors as the balancing force between safety and the economy. Here was my motion:

I moved that we receive a presentation at our next board meeting focused on

our most vulnerable populations and request staff present a plan for how San Diego County will protect the most vulnerable populations as we move forward with this virus.

I moved that the Board take a position (it’s not an action because the Board does not have the authority to make the decision) to do the following under established social distancing and safety protocols:

1. Request the County open beaches immediately for all activities including parking lots. 2. Send a letter to the Governor under the Chair’s signature stating we would like the following businesses open immediately: • Gyms • Hotels • Wineries/Breweries • Churches • Theme Parks • Youth Sports • Charter/Fishing Boats • Pools • Museums • The remaining businesses in the pilot

San Diegans have proven they’re willing to abide by the safety protocols and get back to work, let’s give the power back to the people and get San Diego back to work.


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Cuckoo Clocks

Have you ever been in a house and seen a beautifully carved cuckoo clock, and then all of a sudden heard it chiming? Well, it’s a pretty common situation nowadays. But did you ever wonder when and how those clocks first started?

It is generally regarded that cuckoo clocks as we know them today started in the Black Forest Region in Germany. More specifically, they were created around 1630 in the village of Triberg. The most-popular type of cuckoo clock was first designed in 1738 by Franz Ketterer. He was inspired by the local church organs, and his new system included small bellows and whistles that imitated a cuckoo’s call. His first model was an elaborately decorated painted wooden clock. The cuckoo was located behind a small door.

The cuckoo clock gained incredible popularity within Germany, enough for many people in the Black Forest to try their hand at clock making. Clock-peddlers began traveling to different areas of Germany, as well as to France and elsewhere to sell their clocks. The cuckoo’s call became well-known throughout Europe, and actually was made the

same way it is today, nearly 300 years later. Similar to churchorgans, the sound was made by two bellows sending air through pipes. The fame of the Black Forest for making cuckoo clocks has spread worldwide. In fact, the most valuable Black Forest clock is the “world-time-clock”, which was made in 1787, and is located today in the German clock museum in Furtwangen.

Typically, the casing of a cuckoo clock is traditional and is usually in the shape of a rustic birdhouse or a chalet. Many of the clocks are decorated with animals, plants, leaves, and depict hunting scenes. Some are ornamented with typical Black Forest scenes, such as dancing couples in traditional dress moving to music, as well as a rotating mill wheel, or even a farmer chopping wood. A cuckoo bird often appears through a small trap door when the clock is striking, and then goes behind the door after the striking stops. Many of the clocks are run by weights, often in the shape of pinecones, underneath the clock. They needed to be pulled up once a day, or a week, or longer, depending on the model. Recently, battery powered cuckoo clocks have been developed, but do not have the same

bellows and striking that have been associated with the clocks for 300 years.

The cuckoo clock has survived to this day. It is still greatly in demand, and is a hand-carved work of art that can be treasured for decades.

Collectors still cherish cuckoo clocks as well. Clocks are often auctioned, and prices can really run the gamut. For example, a 19th century Black Forest wall clock with a cuckoo door went for $750, while another carved wood cuckoo mantle clock from the early 20th century sold for $2500 at auction. Often, the taller the clock the pricier they are. For example, a large wall 40 inch fully-carved clock depicting a deer family went for $3500. Sometimes clocks are bought for the beauty and ornateness of the clock itself, rather than for the clock’s mechanism. As an example, in 2006 an elaborately carved antique walnut cuckoo clock with carving of birds and deer was auctioned. However, some pieces were missing, and the clock that was offered did not have any weights. Nonetheless, the clock was auctioned for $5000. Cuckoo clocks are indeed cherished by many, due in fact for a few reasons. They not only are nostalgic,

but also the product is very wellmade. They remind people of how ornate and exquisite many items of the past were. Unfortunately many items are not built with the same craftsmanship today. That is why cuckoo clocks will continue to be a favorite around the world of collectors and non-collectors alike. They combine the best of the past with the necessities of today.

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of waiting for James Stewart to arrive paled in comparison to the reality of these glorious moments. Sally’s emotions were coursing through every fiber of her being and she didn’t know whether to laugh, cry or scream in jubilation. Over the next three years, James Stewart kept in touch with Sally. His P-51 Mustang was hangered at the Santa Monica airport and whenever he was taking it up, he called to see if Sally wanted to take a ride. Andy would drive his daughter up Interstate Five and wait until they were finished then returned to Carlsbad. At the age of sixteen, the actor allowed Sally to fly solo.

After graduation from high school, Retired Air Force General James Stewart and Congressman Ron Packard recommended Sally Connors for admittance to the Air Force Academy. In her first military deployment with the 76th Tactical Fighter Squadron Sally flew 611 sorties in her A-10 Thunderbolt during the Desert Storm campaign which lasted August 1990 to February 1991. She was later assigned to an F-16 fighter jet squadron in 1994 and was stationed at Aviano Air base in Italy. While there, she received the bad news that James Stewart passed away on July 2, 1997. She was given emergency leave to attend the funeral and when she returned to California, she was informed that his P-51 Mustang had been left to her. As the first actor in Hollywood to serve in World War II was being laid to rest, Sally flew 10,000 feet above the Forest Lawn Cemetery in Glendale, California, and wrote Jimmy across the clear blue sky. Later in her career, Sally flew with the Air Force Thunderbirds air demonstration squadron and later was accepted into the program to fly the SR-71 Blackbird stealth fighter. This plane can attain speeds over Mach 3 (2300 mph) and reach altitudes of 80,000 feet. There were times when Sally was flying on the outer reaches of the wild blue yonder that she could swear that she saw the face and heard the voice of James Stewart echoing down from the heavens, voicing his approval.

Sally remained on active duty for twenty five years and reached the rank of Colonel before transferring from active duty to a reserve unit at Edwards Air Force Base. She was promoted to Brigadier General, the same rank that her mentor and role model, James Stewart held at the time of his retirement from the Air Force. Sally became a test pilot for several aircraft manufacturers, and as a hobby began entering Red Bull air races. She won enough times to become the number one pilot on the tour. Throughout her entire career, Sally used ‘Mustang’ as her call sign. Most people thought she came up with it because of her name, she just let them go on thinking that was the answer.

It was May 28, 2018,and Sally was asked to perform at the Memorial Day air show at the Carlsbad airport, something she had done on numerous occasions whenever her military commitment did not prevent her attendance. Her P-51 Mustang was already hangered there and she was living in Bressi Ranch, a nearby

neighborhood because she loved living close to the airport where everything started for her.

Historically Speaking by Tom Morrow

She made a few modifications to the P-51 Mustang for racing, but the most noticeable one was the writing on both sides of the tail fin, Jimmy. When asked about it, Sally responded simply, “Whenever I fly, I know that Jimmy is right there with me.” Memorial Day weekend was her favorite holiday and it held special significance to General Sally Connors for several reasons; it gave her the privilege to honor the men and women and their dedication, sacrifice and devotion to duty in service of our country. These patriotic Americans are always willing to go into harm’s way on hostile lands or into dangerous skies, and make the ultimate sacrifice if need be so that others can enjoy the precious gifts of liberty and freedom. It was also when she met James Stewart for the first time, but there was also something unexplainable, spiritual and surreal that happened to her on this weekend.

Editor’s Note: My father, Howard K. Davis, worked at the Martin Bomber Plant (as it was known then) and worked on the Enola Gay.

The Flight More Historic Than Lindbergh’s

An argument could be made that, other than Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower and other military leaders, U.S. Army Air Corps’ Col. Paul Warfield Tibbets Jr., born Feb. 23, 1915, had more responsibility and pressure put upon him during World War II than any other single man. He commanded, trained an entire bomb group and personally piloted the plane that dropped the first atomic bomb on Hiroshima, Japan.

Sally taxied to the end of the runway and saw the vague image of James Stewart in the glass canopy and heard his distinctive voice; “Mustang Sally, you better speed your Mustang up.”

By comparison, the flight Colonel Tibbets made Aug. 6, 1945, historically speaking, surpassed the 1927 flight across the Atlantic by Charles Lindbergh.

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Loaded with a 10,000-pound uranium bomb, dubbed “Little Boy,” the Enola Gay lifted off Tinian for Hiroshima, Japan at 0245 (a.m.) on Aug. 6, 1945, with Tibbets at the controls. Tinian, located just north of Guam, is some 1,600 miles from Japan, taking six hours to reach Hiroshima. "Little Boy," was dropped over Hiroshima at 08:15 local time. After a second bomb (plutonium), called “Fat Man,” was dropped on Nagasaki two days later, Japan surrendered, thus ending World War II.

Above: “Little Boy”

“Roger that,” Sally pushed the throttle lever down and raced to the heavens to play among the angels.

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Tibbets formally named his B-29 “Enola Gay” after his mother. The name had been personally selected by him while it was still on the assembly line at the Martin plant in Bellevue, Nebraska, just south of Omaha.

In 1942, Tibbets was chosen to fly Maj. Gen. Mark W. Clark and Lt. Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower to Gibraltar after flying 43 combat missions over Europe. Then he returned to the United States in February 1943 to help with the problem-ridden development of the Boeing B-29 Superfortress bomber. In September 1944, he was appointed the commander of the 509th Composite Group, which a year later would conduct the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Why was Tibbets selected from the dozens of qualified pilots and command officers? Among the many reasons, at that time Tibbets was considered "the best flier in the Army Air Corps," according to historian Stephen Ambrose.

The 509th Composite Group was a fully self-contained organization consisting of 1,800 men and 15 B-29s, with a high priority for unlimited military supplies. Tibbets was given a choice of three possible bases: he selected Wendover, Utah, for its remoteness.

In January 1945, Tibbets brought his wife and family along with him to Wendover. He felt that allowing married men to bring their families would improve morale, however, it put a strain on his own marriage. To explain all the highly-technical civilian engineers who were working on the Manhattan Project, he had to lie to his wife, telling her the engineers were "sanitary workers." At one point Tibbets discovered his wife had recruited a scientist to unplug a drain in their apartment.

Above: “Fat Man”

Upon returning from the bombing run, Tibbets was awarded the Distinguished Service Cross by General Spaatz. Back home, he was seen as a national hero. In a 1975 interview, Tibbets told a reporter: "I'm proud that I was able to start with nothing, plan it and have it work as perfectly as it did ... I sleep clearly every night." He went on to say, "I knew when I got the assignment it was going to be an emotional thing. We had feelings, but we had to put them in the background. We knew it was going to kill people right and left. But my one driving interest was to do the best job I could so that we could end the killing as quickly as possible." A Hollywood film, “Above and Beyond,” starring Robert Taylor was made in 1952 about Tibbets leadership to develop the 509th Bomb Group in Utah and on Tinian. Tibbets was promoted to brigadier general in 1959. His grandson, Paul W. Tibbets IV, graduated from the U.S. Air Force Academy in 1989. Some 26 years later on June 5, 2015, Brig. General Paul W. Tibbets IV assumed command of his grandfather’s old squadron, the 509th Bomb Wing.

The senior Tibbets died in Columbus, Ohio on Nov. 1, 2007, at the age of 92. His ashes were scattered over the English Channel, where he had flown many missions across on bombing raids during the war.


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Carlsbad Republican Women, June 23rd ZOOM Meeting - Join the Carlsbad Republican Women when they welcome Dan McAllister, San Diego County Treasurer-Tax Collector on Tuesday, June 23rd. We will meet virtually on ZOOM and look forward to his presentation, "Property Tax Updates with Dan McAllister."

McAllister was elected San Diego County’s Treasurer-Tax Collector in November 2002 and re-elected to his fifth term in June 2018 by an overwhelming 100% majority of the vote. He is responsible for the collection of more than $7 billion in property taxes each year, and in addition he manages the County’s $12.3 billion Investment Pool. He oversees the administration of the County’s $1.5 billion defined contribution program. Since assuming office, McAllister has worked extensively to improve customer service, enhance communications and outreach initiatives, advocate for diversity, and assure the fiscal stability of the treas-

ury. He serves as a member of the San Diego County Employees Retirement Association (SDCERA), which manages more than $11 billion in investments; and also serves on the board of CalTRUST, which manages a portfolio of $2.8 billion. Additionally, he is President of the State Association of County Retirement Systems (SACRS) and a former board of directors’ chair of the internationally recognized San Diego Convention Center Corporation. Prior to his election as San Diego County Treasurer-Tax Collector, Dan was a successful financial consultant and investment broker.

A second-generation San Diegan, Dan holds a Bachelor’s degree (BA) from California State University, Fresno, and a Master’s degree in Business Administration (MBA) from United States International University. He has also completed executive education programs in portfolio concepts and management at Stanford University and the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School. He contributes considerable time and resources to community service as a participating member of the Boards of Directors of the Jackie Robinson YMCA, Habitat for Humanity, and the New Americans Museum, San Diego. Carlsbad Republican Women promotes local Republican candidates and conservative issues. Our program begins at 11:00am on the 23rd. For more information and the link to attend the ZOOM meeting, please email Ann at annie13035@yahoo.com. Check out CRWF at www.CarlsbadRepublicans.com.

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Pet Parade

Feta is pet of the week at your Rancho Coastal Humane Society. She’s a 9 month old, 6 pound, female, Domestic Short Hair cat.

Feta’s previous owner surrendered her to an animal shelter in Riverside County. She was transferred to Rancho Coastal Humane Society through the Friends of County Animal Shelters (FOCAS) program. She’s very shy. Feta will need time to settle in to her new home.

The $100 adoption fee for Feta includes medical exams, vaccinations, spay, and registered microchip. For information about Adoption by Appointment or to become a Virtual Foster log on to SDpets.org.

Odessa is a 2-year-old cat who was brought to SDHS while pregnant with kittens. She has raised her babies and is now officially ready to find a home of her own! Odessa can be shy when meeting new people, so she would appreciate a patient adopter who will give her time to come out of her shell. Once she gets to know you, she loves scratches on her cheeks and chin. Will you give Odessa the home she deserves? Make an adoption appointment at sdhumane.org/adopt.

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Flag Day: The Santa Margarita Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR), reminds us all to acknowledge and celebrate Flag Day, June 14th. President Woodrow Wilson officially established June 14th as Flag Day in 1916.

Although most states honor that day it is not a Federal Holiday as many people expect. It is always a chance to acknowledge the stars and stripes, a symbol of this country. It has been carried into battles and celebrations in some form since the American Revolution. Check out the US Flag Code for all the rules. We are all Americans united under one banner, the Flag of the Unisted States of America.

The Pastor Says . . .

Pastor Hal Seed, New Song Community Church, Oceanside

Isolation Is Not Normal… Or Is It?

A month ago, if you had told me that everyone I know would be forced to spend weeks in isolation, I would have balked at the idea. “It’s not normal! Nobody does that.”

I started looking through the Bible for cases of isolation. You know what I found?

The Bible starts with a man [Adam] in isolation, and ends with another one [John] exiled to an island. Maybe it’s more normal than we thought.

Adam’s son, Cain, was sentenced to isolation (Genesis 4). Noah was shut in the Ark with only his family (Genesis 7). Abram left everyone except his wife and nephew (Genesis 12). David hid in a cave (1 Samuel 22). Jesus spent forty days in the wilderness (Matthew 4). Paul spent multiple times in prison (Acts 23, 28, 2 Timothy). There’s something more normal about isolation than I knew.

Friend, we are not alone in our aloneness. Most of the great people of God experienced it. Now we get to say that we’ve joined them. Here’s what the Lord has to say on the subject:

“No temptation has come upon you except what is common to humanity. But God is faithful; he will not allow you to be tempted beyond what you are able, but with the temptation he will also provide a way out so that you may be able to bear it.” 1 Corinthians 10:13 Lean in to this time! The Lord is with you, and He is faithful!What’s even better is, “he will also provide a way out…” We’ll be out of this soon enough.


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Oceanside High School Scholars Receive Awards - On May 30, 2020, the Oceanside Civitan Chapter of Civitan International, a non-profit community service organization, awarded $1,000 scholarships to six Oceanside High students: Natalie Martinez, Jennifer Perez, Kimberly Barrueta, Nancy Rojas, Floridalia Perez, and Zaira Moreno. Double-winner was Natalie Martinez who also received $1,000 from the Civitan International Shropshire Scholarship. Pictured are the winners and in the foreground on the right their OHS advisor Katrina Stone, with Bruce Zahn and Kathy Chan representing Civitan.

Resources from San Marcos Chamber - "Discover our Recovery" the San Marcos Business Safety Promise Program is designed to help business owners communicate their commitment to following all public health orders and guidelines from the State, County, City of San Marcos, CDC, and other organizations to help protect their employees, customers and the community. At the San Marcos Chamber, the health and safety of the community is their top priority. The Covid-19 crisis is impacting everyone in San Marcos, including local businesses currently open or preparing to reopen when guidelines allow. Business owners that make the Discover Our Recovery Business Safety Promise will be able to display a decal in their windows to let customers know that the business has committed to take all the County's recommended precautions to help provide a safe environment. They want your help for the community to move forward safely together. There are several virtual meetings/events coming up on the Chamber's calendar, including a June 17th, 11am, Webinar "Great Reasons for Businesses to Consider Virtual Internship". Guest speaker will be Jill Litschewski of CSUSM, Director, Office of Internship and Service Learning. For details, contact the Chamber at 760.744.1270. The office is located at 251 North City Drive, #128, San Marcos, 92078.

Humane Society Reopening their Doors - Dear Friends of the Animals, After months of our buildings being closed to the public due to COVID-19, we are thrilled to share that we will begin reopening our doors safely, carefully and with some new processes in place this month! In our Phase 2 plan to reopen, we will be welcoming guests inside our shelters in limited numbers.

There’s a behind-the-scenes video about the journey to keep our human friends safe while continuing to save animal lives. We’ve been here for our community throughout the pandemic because you’ve been there for us. Contact the Humane Society for details and an online address to view the video about the reopening program. Campuses include Escondido, 3500 Burnet Drive, Escondido 92027; San Diego, 5500 Gaines St., San Diego 92110; Oceanside (dogs), 2905 San

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Luis Rey Road, Oceanside 92058; and Oceanside (cats, small animals), 572 Airport Road, Oceanside 92058. Call 619.299.7012.

SD Botanic Garden in Encinitas Opens to General Public - We are excited to let you know that both SDBG Members and general public can now register online to begin visiting the Garden. All visitors are required to make online reservations via the Garden's new online ticketing system prior to visiting and bring proof of reservations with you to check in. This new online ticketing system is available at SDBGarden.org. Please note that when making reservations, all visitors are registering for their arrival time at the Garden – that is available during ½ hour increments. Once visitors are at the Garden, they are welcome to stay as long as they like, while maintaining proper social distancing and wearing face coverings. The Garden is adhering to operational guidelines outlined by local, state and government officials, so members, visitors and staff can all safely enjoy the Garden. The Garden will be open Wednesday thru Sunday, 10am-5pm only (closed Monday & Tuesday).

Reservations via the Garden's new online ticketing system will be REQUIRED for entry during all phases of reopening. NO WALK UPS will be allowed. Visitors are asked to arrive at their scheduled date/time with their ticket(s) (either printed or on a cell phone) and membership card(s) for entry. EVERYONE ages 2+ will be required to have a face covering and wear it when within 6' of other visitors. To help maintain appropriate social distancing, the paths and trails have been made oneway, with marked entrances and exists. For more information and to make reservations, visit SDBGarden.org. The Garden is located at 230 Quail Gardens Drive, Encinitas, 92024; phone 760.436.3036. When visitors register and arrive at the Garden, they will notice several changes including: Hamilton Children's Garden and Seeds of Wonder remain closed until authorities deem it safe for children's areas to reopen. The Gift Shop, Feel Good Coffee Cart, Larabee House and Ecke Buiding are also closed. Guest restrooms are sanitized every 2 hours. The Garden's main entrance has been temporarily moved to the Dickinson Family Education Conservatory at the corner of Ecke Ranch Road and Quail Gardens Drive (300 Quail Gardens Drive). Parking is available at the Conservatory and additional parking available at San Dieguito Heritage Ranch across the street from the Conservatory

Golf Legends Top New History Q&A - Questions about a famous golf event in Pauma Valley and how a major Valley Center street got its (wrong) name are featured in this week's question-and-answer installment from the Valley Center History Museum. While the museum is temporarily closed, inquiries are being accepted by mail, email, and telephone with responses published in this space. Some questions were asked at speaking engagements. Here is Part 7 in the series. All data is from the Valley Center Historical Society.

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repeatedly about all the famous men who have walked the grounds where I now play. What's the skinny?

Answer: your fellow golfers are correct about the legendary names who have played at Pauma. The most famous A-list of celebrities would have to be Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, Gary Player and Mike Suchak who were in town in 1963 to appear on "Shell's Wonderful World of Golf" on CBS. The 18-hole course had opened three years earlier, with the onetime ranch home of actor John Wayne adjacent to the 14th hole. The house was razed in 1989.

Pauma Valley, many constructed of wood, have been lost to fire. Today, the oldest extant non-residential building in Valley Center is the Bear Valley Courthouse (1882) on Cole Grade Road, while the oldest purely commercial structure is Happyland Sanitorium (1924), now operating as Broken Rock Ranch, a lodge and camp on MacTan Road. In Pauma Valley, both the Kellogg Store (the currently-closed Pauma Store) and Lazy H motel and restaurant, both date to 1920.

I have driven down Cole Grade Road almost daily for years and was always curious about that odd name. Any significance to the word?

Answer: When the street was given that name a century or more ago, it was to honor the memory of a deceased County road agent. His name was Edward Kohl. Unfortunately, the sign maker apparently was given an oral order and the thoroughfare became Cole Grade Road instead of Kohl Grade Road. A case of mistaken identity. I've read about the oldest house in town somewhere on Lilac, but what's the oldest commercial building. I'm a real estate agent.

Sadly, the oldest historically-significant buildings in Valley Center and

Golf legend Arnold Palmer (third form left) was among the sport's biggest names who appeared in a televised tournament from Pauma Valley. That's auto tycoon John Delorean, a local resident, at far right.

To solve a local mystery, send an inquiry to museum@vchistory.org or call (760) 749-2993. A museum volunteer is on site at various hours during the week at the History Museum and responds to all inquiries.


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A Weekly Message from the Mayor 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.

San Marcos • Mayor Rebecca Jones

COVID-19 Update: San Marcos Public Counters and Parks & Recreation

Cities in San Diego County have been granted permission to start slowly reopening businesses, parks and a variety of other services. In response, the City of San Marcos is making several updates.

Public counters at City Hall and Public Works are now open Monday-Thursday from 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Public health and safety measures are in place. In addition, residents can continue to take advantage of our “Virtual City Hall” by engaging with the City online, and via phone, email and the San Marcos City App. Visit www.san-marcos.net/covid19 to learn more about the services available online. We also have an exciting Parks and Recreation update! All City parks and parking lots are open from 9 a.m. - 7 p.m. Some amenities remain closed. You can view full details at www.san-marcos.net/update. Thank you for your patience and cooperation as we reopen safely!

Escondido • Mayor Paul “Mac” Mcnamara Greetings Escondido,

Last week I ended this column with the following line – “I’m saying this because we need to remember that we are a community, and when necessary we come together. It reminds once again why I love living here.” When I wrote that I was talking about the COVID 19 crisis. Since then we’ve watched on TV the death of George Floyd and the various responses to that death.

I think many of us were angered and frustrated when we watched the police officer put his knee to the neck of an American. Like me, I’m sure you wondered what kind of country are we living in that such force was used or even needed. But our frustration didn’t stop there as we watched two different scenarios play out. One was peaceful, yet forceful in its demand for social justice. The other was opportunistic and lawless which distracted us from the issue. Escondido has had the opportunity to respond more than once, and while we are not done yet, we’ve remembered that we are a community, and chose our voice to be peaceful. Thank you Escondido. That’s why I love living here. Stay informed, Be Kind, Remember your neighbor, and Stay safe! Semper Fi, Mac Paul P. McNamara Mayor of Escondido pmcnamara@escondido.org

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2020-9008646 The name of the business: MotivBrand, located at 394 Avenida La Cuesta, San Marcos, CA. 92078. This business is registered by: Landau Ventures LLC 394 Avenida La Cuesta San Marcos, CA. 92078 This business is conducted by Limited Liability Company First day of business 5/11/2020. /s/ Marc Landau, CEO Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego on 5/19/2020. 6/04, 6/11, 6/18 & 6/25/2020

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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2020-9008485 The name of the business: J I M Roofing, located at 1010 E. Bobier Drive, Spc 177, Vista, Ca. 92084. This business is registered by: Jose Ignacio Miramontes 1010 E. Bobier Dr., Spc 177 Vista, Ca. 92084. This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business 4/29/2020. /s/ Jose Ignacio Miramontes Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego on 5/14/2020. 6/04, 6/11, 6/18 & 6/25/2020

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2020-9008584 The name of the business: Oceanside Buggy Bath Mini Mart, located at 2948 Oceanside Blvd., Oceanside, Ca. 92054 This business is registered by: Lemkey Services, Inc. 2803 Vista Mariana Carlsbad, Ca. 92009 This business is conducted by a corporation. First day of business n/a. /s/ John C. Lemkey, President Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego on 5/18/2020. 6/04, 6/11, 6/18 & 6/25/2020

Vista • Mayor Judy Ritter

Don’t be Scamm ed During Pandem ic

Scammers are working overtime during the COVID19 pandemic - attempting to steal your money through a variety of methods, including by social and text messaging, websites, email, and of course, by phone. There are also scams targeting elderly populations. Seniors are approached by strangers at stores offering to shop and deliver their groceries for them. They will ask for money and their home address, but never deliver or even set up an arrangement to deliver or they may offer to clean and sanitize homes by going door-to-door or requiring prepayment over the phone. However, upon entering a home, the scammer might harm the individuals, steal items, or steal personal and financial information.

Remember, never provide personal information, including bank account information, to anyone you don't know, even if they claim they are a relative, the government (social security, IRS, etc.), or a charity. Oceanside - Mayor Peter Weiss

The Oceanside CA Cultural District (OCCD) has just unveiled four new freeway signs and three new street banners. The freeway signage has been installed by CalTrans at both the north and south Mission Avenue exits along the Interstate 5 Freeway. Thes signs bring attention to the state-designated Cultural District, a 3.6 square mile walkable area that celebrates the rich history, creativity and artistic endeavors that make Oceanside a unique cultural epicenter. The three new street banners were selected in an Oceanside High School photography student banner contest and are located along Mission Avenue in front of the school and highlight the students’ depiction of the district. Oceanside High School is enabling students with a deep understanding of the local creative industries, professional opportunities in the arts, and key skills that will make their graduates marketable in any career. Real world projects, like designing municipal banners, are deeply validating of young people as true artists with a great capacity for professional success.

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2020-9007996 The name of the business: Rose Dental Group, located at 430 N. Rose Street, Escondido, Ca. 92027. This business is registered by: Zamir Management Services Company, Inc. 430 N. Rose Street Escondido, CA. 92027 This business is conducted by a corporation. First day of business 8/29/2014. /s/ M. H. M. Zamir, CEO Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego on 5/01/2020. 5/21, 5/28, 6/04 & 6/11/2020FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2020-9008143 The name of the business: DIR Construction, located at 1369 La Honda Dr., Escondido, CA. 92027. This business is registered by: Steven Alan Warlick 1369 La Honda Dr. Escondido, Ca. 92027 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business n/a. /s/ Steven Alan Warlick Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego on 5/08/2020. 5/21, 5/28, 6/04 & 6/11/2020-

NOTICE TO CREDITORS In re: The Estate of: Peter Vecchi Decedent

David A. Vecchi 7602 Pinebrook Rd. Park City, UT 84098 Phone: 435.640.0254 is the personal representative, (in pro persona), of the ESTATE OF Peter Vecchi, who is deceased. If you believe you have a claim against the Estate of Peter Vecchi, you must file your claim with the Personal Representative 60 days after the date this constructive notice was published in the Legal Ads Section of The Paper, 845 W. San Marcos Blvd., San Marcos, CA. 92078. LATE CLAIMS: If you do not file your claim within the time required by law, you must file a petition with the personal representative for permission to file a late claim as provided in Probate Code Section 9103. Not all claims are eligible for additional time to file. See Section 9103(a).

EFFECT OF OTHER LAWS: Other California statutes and legal authority may affect your rights as a creditor. You may want to consult with an attorney knowledgeable in California law. WHERE TO GET A CREDITOR’S CLAIM FORM: You may obtain a copy of the form from any superior court clerk. You may also access a fillable version of the form on the Internet at

w w w. c o u r t s . c a . g o v / f o r m s under the form group Probate-Decedent’s Estates. A letter to the court is not sufficient. FAILURE TO FILE A CLAIM. Failure to file a claim with the personal representative will in most instances invalidate your claim. IF YOU MAIL YOUR CLAIM: You should send your claim by certified mail, with return receipt requested, to the personal representative. DOP 5/28, 6/04 & 6/11/2020

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2020-9008250 The name of the business: Hairy’s Pet Spa, located at 730 Sycamore Ave., Vista, Ca. 92083. This business is registered by: Brenton James Richardson 7918 Faraway Ln. Escondido, Ca. 92029 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business n/a. /s/ Brenton James Richardson Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego on 5/11/2020. 5/21, 5/28, 6/04 & 6/11/2020-


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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING (City Council)

The San Marcos City Council will hold the following public hearing telephonically in the City Council Chambers located at the San Marcos City Hall, 1 Civic Center Drive, San Marcos, CA 92069; at 6:00 p.m. on Tuesday, June 23, 2020. Project No: FEIR19-002, SP18-0002, GPA18-0002, PZ18-0001, R18-0002, MFSDP18-0001, TSM180001, CUP18-0006, AND GV18-0001. Applicant: Sunrise Gardens Project Owner LLC Request: A request for the approval of a proposed 192 multi-family residential unit project on a 14.4 acres site located within portions of two jurisdictions: the City of San Marcos (APN 228-312-09-00, approximately 3.6 acres) and the County of San Diego (APN 228-312-10-00, approximately 10.8 acres). One of the two project access points is proposed via a private access easement though a property (APN 228-312-05-00 and 228312-06-00) in the City of Escondido. The project applicant requests a Specific Plan, General Plan Amendment, Prezone, Rezone, Tentative Subdivision Map, Multifamily Site Development Plan, Conditional Use Permit, and Grading Variance from the City of San Marcos, to allow project development. The project also proposes a request for Annexation to the City of San Marcos from the County of San Diego on 10.8 acres which requires approval by the Local Agency Formation Commission (LAFCO). Environmental Determination: Environmental Impact Report ( F E I R 1 9 - 0 0 2 ) (SCH#2019049004) was prepared pursuant to the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA). Location of Property: The project site is currently located along E. Barham Drive at the southeastern limits of the City of San Marcos, more particularly described as: A Portion of Lot 5 and 7, in Section 18 Township 12 South, Range West, partly in the City of San Marcos, and partly in the County of San Diego, as evidenced by Certificates of Compliance Recorded January 10, 2007 as Instrument No. 200700198581, and February 2, 2007 as Instrument No. 2007-0074634 of the Official Records, in the County of San Diego. Assessor Parcel Numbers: 228-312-09-00 and 228-312-10-00. Planning Commission Action: On May 18, 2020 the Planning Commission recommended approval of the proposed project to the City Council by a 70-0 vote. Further information about this notice can be obtained from Associate Planner Susan Vandrew Rodriquez, by calling (760) 744-1050 extension 3237, or via email svandrew@san-marcos.net Pursuant to Governor Newsom’s Executive Order N25-20: Members of the San Marcos City Council and staff may participate in this meeting via teleconference. In the interest of reducing the spread of COVID-19, members of the public are encouraged to submit comments via email. As standard practice, City Council meetings are streamed lived on our City website at: h t t p s : / / w w w. s a n marcos.net/your-government/agendas-minutes/citycouncil-agendas. All relevant project plans, reports, and res-

olutions will also be posted on the City’s website a week before the hearing date and project presentations will be posted the day of the public hearing. To provide comments on the project during the hearing, follow instructions below. Public Comment: To submit a comment in writing, please email pscollick@sanmarcos.net and write “Public Comment” in the subject line. In the body of the email, include project numbers FEIR19-002, SP18-0002, GPA18-0002, PZ18-0001, R18-0002, TSM18-0001, MFSDP18-0001, CUP180006, and GV18-0001 and /or title of the item as well as your comments. If you would like the comment to be read out loud at the meeting (not to exceed 3 minutes), please write “Read Out Loud at Meeting” at the top of the email. Comment emails will be accepted until the end of the comment period of the public hearing on this project. Comments can also be submitted via telephone, by calling (760) 744-1050, extension 3145 and leaving a message indicating that you are “providing public comment for the City Council on FEIR19-002, SP180002, GPA18-0002, PZ180001, R18-0002, TSM18-0001, MFSDP18-0001, CUP180006, and GV18-0001” and then state your comments. All comments received via email will be included in the Public Hearing for the item. All comments received via telephone by 4 pm on June 23, 2020 will also be included in the Public Hearing. 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 a public hearing or any other 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: 06/11/2020. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING (City Council)

The San Marcos City Council will hold the following public hearing telephonically in the City Council Chambers located at the San Marcos City Hall, 1 Civic Center Drive, San Marcos, CA 92069; at 6:00 p.m. on Tuesday, June 23, 2020. Project No: TSM16-001 General Vacation Applicant: Discovery SL, LLC and Scripps Health Request: Vacation of Public Right-of-Way for Portions of Echo Lane and Former (Unbuilt) Discovery Street. Environmental Determination: CE20-062; CEQA Section 15301 Class 1 and Section 15305 Class 5 of the California Code of Regulations (CCR), (Minor Alterations in Land Use Limitations). Location of Property: 0 Echo Lane and 0 Discovery Street, more particularly described as: PORTIONS OF LOTS 1, 2, 3, AND 4 OF BLOCK 67, TOGETHER WITH THE PORTIONS OF UNNAMED STREET (ECHO LANE) LYING BETWEEN BLOCKS 63 AND 67, OF RANCHO LOS VALLECITOS DE SAN MARCOS, ACCORDING TO MAP THEREOF 806, AND PARCEL A OF MAP NO. 16595. Assessor’s Parcel No.’s: 221-

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142-19-00, 221-142-20-00, 221-142-22-00, and 221-08018-00. Notice of Intention to Vacate: On May 26, 2020, the City Council adopted Resolution 2020-8760 declaring its intention to order, pursuant to the provisions of the California Streets and Highway Code, the vacation of portions of public street right-of-way for Echo Lane and former Discovery Street located within previously approved Tentative Subdivision Map TSM16-001 and setting a public hearing date of June 23, 2020. Reference is hereby made to said Resolution 2020-8760 and the plat and legal on file with the City Clerk for a description of the proposed vacation action. Further information about this notice can be obtained from Principal Engineer Stephanie Kellar, by calling (760) 744-1050 extension 3210, or via email at skellar@san-marcos.net. Pursuant to Governor Newsom’s Executive Order N25-20: Members of the San Marcos City Council and staff may participate in this meeting via teleconference. In the interest of reducing the spread of COVID-19, members of the public are encouraged to submit comments via email. As standard practice, City Council meetings are streamed live on our City website at: h t t p s : / / w w w. s a n marcos.net/your-government/agendas-minutes/citycouncil-agendas. All relevant project plans, reports, and resolutions will also be posted on the City’s website a week before the hearing date and project presentations will be posted the day of the public hearing. To provide comments on the project during the hearing, follow instructions below. Public Comment: To submit a comment in writing, please email pscollick@sanmarcos.net and write “Public Comment” in the subject line. In the body of the email, include the item number and/or title of the item as well as your comments. If you would like the comment to be read out loud at the meeting (not to exceed 3 minutes), please write “Read Out Loud at Meeting” at the top of the email. Email comments on any agenda item must be submitted prior to the time the Mayor closes public comments on the agenda item. Please be advised that all emailed comments are subject to the same rules as would otherwise apply to speaker comments at any Council meeting, and that electronic comments on agenda items for this meeting may only be submitted by email. Comments via text message and/or social media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc.), will not be accepted. Comments can also be submitted via telephone, by calling (760) 744-1050, extension 3145 and leaving a message indicating that you are “providing public comment for the City Council on TSM16-001”, then state your comments. 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 a public hearing or any other 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: 06/11/2020.

NOTICE OF INTENDED DECISION (Administrative)

The Planning Division Manager of the City of San Marcos has considered the proposed project and does intend to APPROVE Director’s Permit DP 20-0005 on June 22, 2020. Project No.: DP20-0005 Applicant: Sarah Ilaian, Sunnyside Learning Center Request: Director’s Permit for a preschool within an existing 3,498 square foot tenant space in an existing commercial center with a 2,043 square foot outdoor playground area, located at 178 S Rancho Santa Fe Road within the Mixed Use 1 (MU-1) Zone. Environmental Determination: In accordance with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), the City of San Marcos did find the project categorically exempt (EX20-066) pursuant to Section 15301 Class 1 of the California Code of Regulations (CCR), in that this is an existing facility with no expansion. Location of Property: 178 S. Rancho Santa Fe Road, more particularly described as: Portion of Lots 1-8, Block 77, of Map No. 806 in the City of San Marcos, County of San Diego, State of California, Filed in the Office of the County Recorder of San Diego County on December 21, 1895. Assessor’s Parcel Number: 219-410-04-00. Further information about this notice can be obtained from Jordan Yanke, Assistant Planner, by calling 760-7441050 extension 3204, or via email jyanke@sanmarcos.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 July 2, 2020). 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 ghenderson@sanmarcos.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: 06/11/2020. FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2020-9009068 The name of the business: J and A Horse Training, located at 630 Deer Springs Rd., San Marcos, CA. 92069. This business is registered by: Jessica Lee George and Alisa Rose Amaral 42211 Stonewood Rd. #332 Temecula, CA. 92591 This business is conducted by a General Partnership. First day of business n/a. /s/ Jessica Lee George Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego on 6/02/2020. 6/11, 6/18, 6/25 & 7/2/2020

NOTICE OF PETITION TO ADMINISTER ESTATE OF SARAH MCKEE BROWN aka SALLY BROWN Case No. 37-2020-00016155 PR-PW-CTL To all heirs, beneficiaries, creditors, contingent creditors, and persons who may otherwise be interested in the will or estate or both, of Sarah McKee Brown aka Sally Brown. A Petition for Probate has been filed by Susan B. Rodriguez n the Superior Court of California, County of San Diego, 1100 Union St., San Diego, Ca., 92101, Central Probate Division. The Petition for Probate requests that Susan B. Rodriguez be appointed as personal representative to administer the estate of the decedent. The petition rquests the decedent’s will and codicils, if any, be admitted to probate. The will and codicals are available for examination in the file kept by the court. The petition requests authority to administer the estate under the Independent Administration of Estates Act. (This authority will allow the personal repreesentative to take many actions without obtaining court approval. Before taking certain very important actions, however, the personal representattive will be required to give notice to interested persons unless they have waived notice or consented to the proposed actions.) The independent administration authority will be granted unless an interested person files an objection to the petition and shows good cause why the court should not grant the authority. A hearing on the petition will be held in this court as follows: Date: August 18, 2020 Time: 11 a.m. Dept: 504 Address of court: Same as noted above. If you object to the granting of the petition, you should appear at the hearing and state your objections or file written objections with the court before the hearing. Your appearance may be in person or by your attorney. If you are a creditor or a contingent creditor of the decedent, you must file your claim with the court and mail a copy to the personal representative appointed by the court within the later of either (1) four months from the date of first issuance of letters to a general personal representative, as defined in Section 58(b) of the California Probate Code, or (2) 60 days from the date of mailing or personal delivery to you of a notice under section 9052 of the California Probate Code. Other California statues and legal authority may affect your rights as a creditor. You may want to consult with an attorney knowledgeable in California law. You may examine the file kept by the court. If you are a peson interested in the estate, you may file with the court a Request for Special Notice (form DE-154) of the filing of an inventory and appraisal of estate assets or of any petition or account as provided in Probate Code section 1250. A Request for Special Notice form is available from the court clerk. Petitioner: Susan B. Rodriguez PO Box 2764 Mailing Address: 16735 La Gracia, Unit B Rancho Santa Fe, CA. 92067-2764 Telephone: 858.361.7966 6/11, 6/18 & 6/25/2020

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2020-9008618 The name of the business: Ryan Marketing Group, located at 524 Moonlight Drive, San Marcos, Ca., 92069. This business is registered by: William Edward Ryan 524 Moonlight Drive San Marcos, Ca. 92069 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business n/a. /s/ William Edward Ryan, President Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego on 5/19/2020. 6/04, 6/11, 6/18 & 6/25/2020

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