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Volume 45 - No. 28

July 16, 2015

Compiled by lyle e davis

Editor’s Note: This is one of a series of journal entries dictated by James P. Beckwourth, an adventurer, explorer, scout, hunter, trapper, pioneer, emigrant and, for a time, Indian Chief of the Crows.

The narrative is almost amusing in that hardy pioneers did not really talk in such elegant terms. Clearly, T. D. Bonner, who writes this biography, has exercised considerable ‘poetic license’ in describing the adventures in such elegant prose. Here, then, more in the continuing saga describing the trek out West by James P. Beckwourth: Departure from the Rendezvous.—Trouble in Camp.—Leave the Party and Traps.—Arrival at the Crow Village.—Great Stir among the Crows.—Joyful Meeting with my Crow Parents, Brothers, and Sisters.—Three Years without seeing a White Man.

I now parted with very many of my friends for the last time. Most of the members of that large company now sleep in death, their waking ears no longer to be filled with the death-telling yell of the savage. The manly hearts that shrunk from no danger have ceased to beat; their bones whiten in the gloomy fastnesses of the Rocky Mountains, or moulder on the ever-flowering prairies of the far West. A cloven skull is all that remains of my once gallant friends to tell the bloody death that they died, and invoke vengeance on the merciless hand that struck them down in their ruddy youth. Here I parted from the boy Baptiste, who had been my faithful companion so long. I never saw him again. The party that I started with consisted of thirty-one men, most of them skillful trappers (Captain (Jim) Bridger was in our party), and commanded by Robert Campbell. We started for Powder River, a fork of the Yellow Stone, and, arriving there without accident, were soon busied in our occupation.

A circumstance occurred in our encampment on this stream, trivial in itself (for trivial events sometimes determine the course of a man's life), but which led to unexpected results. I had set my six traps overnight, and on going to them the following morning I found four beavers, but one of my

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traps was missing. I sought it in every direction, but without success, and on my return to camp mentioned the mystery. Captain Bridger (as skillful a hunter as ever lived in the mountains) offered to renew the search with me, expressing confidence that the trap could be found. We searched diligently along the river and the bank for a considerable distance, but the trap was among the missing. The float-pole also was gone — a pole ten or twelve feet long and four inches thick. We at length gave it up as lost.

The next morning the whole party moved farther up the river. To shorten our route, Bridger and myself crossed the stream at the spot where I had set my missing trap. It was a buffalo-crossing, and there was a good trail worn in the banks, so that we could easily cross with our horses. After passing and traveling on some two miles, I discovered what I supposed to be a badger, and we both made a rush for him. On closer inspection, however, it proved to be my beaver, with trap, chain, and float-pole. It was apparent that some buffalo, in crossing the river, had become entangled in the chain, and, as we conceived, had carried the trap on his shoulder, with the beaver pendent on

one side and the pole on the other. We inferred that he had in some way got his head under the chain, between the trap and the pole, and, in his endeavors to extricate himself, had pushed his head through. The hump on his back would prevent it passing over his body, and away he would speed with his burden, probably urged forward by the four sharp teeth of the beaver, which would doubtless object to his sudden equestrian (or rather bovine) journey. We killed the beaver and took his skin, feeling much satisfaction at the solution of the mystery. When we arrived at camp we asked our companions to guess how and where we had found the trap. They all gave various guesses, but, failing to hit the truth, gave up the attempt.

replied, "If you deny that a buffalo stole my trap, you tell the lie."

"Stolen!" exclaimed a dozen voices at once.

The same evening Captain Bridger and myself started out with our traps, intending to be gone three or four days. We followed up a small stream until it forked, when Bridger proposed that I should take one fork and he the other, and the one who had set his traps first should cross the hill which separated the two streams and rejoin the other.

"Well, gentlemen," said I, "it was stolen." "Yes, it was stolen by a buffalo."

"Oh, come, now," said one of the party, "what is the use of coming here and telling such a lie?" I saw in a moment that he was angry and in earnest, and I

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He rose and struck me a blow with his fist. It was my turn now, and the first pass I made brought my antagonist to the ground. On rising, he sprang for his gun; I assumed mine as quickly. The bystanders rushed between us, and, seizing our weapons, compelled us to discontinue our strife, which would have infallibly resulted in the death of one. My opponent mounted his horse and left the camp. I never saw him afterward. I could have taken his expression in jest, for we were very free in our sallies upon one another; but in this particular instance I saw his intention was to insult me, and I allowed my passion to overcome my reflection. My companions counseled me to leave camp for a few days until the ill feeling should have subsided.


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Thus we parted, expecting to meet again in a few hours. I continued my course up the stream in pursuit of beaver villages until I found myself among an innumerable drove of horses, and I could plainly see they were not wild ones.

The horses were guarded by several of their Indian owners, or horse-guards, as they term them, who had discovered me long before I saw them. I could hear their signals to each other, and in a few moments I was surrounded by them, and escape was impossible. I resigned myself to my fate: if they were enemies, I knew they could kill me but once, and to attempt to defend myself would entail inevitable death. I took the chances between death and mercy; I surrendered my gun, traps, and what else I had, and was marched to camp under a strong escort of horse-guards. I felt very sure that my guards were Crows, therefore I did not feel greatly alarmed at my situation. On arriving at their village, I was ushered into the chief's lodge, where there were several old men and women, whom I conceived to be members of the family. My capture was known throughout the village in five minutes, and hundreds gathered around the lodge to get a sight of the prisoner. In the crowd were some who had talked to Greenwood a few weeks before. They at once exclaimed, "That is the lost Crow, the great brave who has killed so many of

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our enemies. He is our brother."

This threw the whole village into commotion; old and young were impatient to obtain a sight of the "great brave." Orders were immediately given to summon all the old women taken by the Shi-ans at the time of their captivity so many winters past, who had suffered the loss of a son at that time. The lodge was cleared for the examining committee, and the old women, breathless with excitement, their eyes wild and protruding, and their nostrils dilated, arrived in squads, until the lodge was filled to overflowing. I believe never was mortal gazed at with such intense and sustained interest as I was on that occasion. Arms and legs were critically scrutinized. My face next passed the ordeal; then my neck, back, breast, and all parts of my body, even down to my feet, which did not escape the examination of these anxious matrons, in their endeavors to discover some mark or peculiarity whereby to recognize their brave son. At length one old woman, after having scanned my visage with the utmost intentness, came forward and said, "If this is my son, he has a mole over one of his eyes."

My eyelids were immediately pulled down to the utmost stretch of their elasticity, when, sure enough, she discovered a mole just over my left eye! "Then, and oh then!" such shouts of joy as were uttered by that honest-hearted woman were seldom before heard, while all in the

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ACTS 2:38 Conceal Carry and an intruder.

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A woman had just returned to her home from an evening of church services, when she was startled by an intruder. She caught the man in the act of robbing her home of its valuables and yelled:

'Stop! Acts 2:38!' (Repent and be Baptized, in the name of Jesus Christ, so that your sins may be forgiven.)

The burglar stopped in his tracks.

crowd took part in her rejoicing. It was uncultivated joy, but not the less heartfelt and intense. It was a joy which a mother can only experience when she recovers a son whom she had supposed dead in his earliest days. She has mourned him silently through weary nights and busy days for the long space of twenty years; suddenly he presents himself before her in robust manhood, and graced with the highest name an Indian can appreciate. It is but nature, either in the savage breast or civilized, that hails such a return with overwhelming joy, and feels the mother's undying affection awakened beyond all control.

was found. He knew it was fact; Greenwood had said so, and the words of Greenwood were true; his tongue was not crooked — he would not lie. He also had told him that his son was a great brave among the white men; that his arm was strong; that the Black Feet quailed before his rifle and battle-axe; that his lodge was full of their scalps which his knife had taken; that they must rally around me to support and protect me; and that his long-lost son would be a strong breastwork to their nation, and he would teach them how to defeat their enemies.

My father knew me to be his son; told all the Crows that the dead was alive again, and the lost one

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All the other claimants resigning their pretensions, I was fairly carried along by the excited crowd to the lodge of the "Big Bowl," who was my father. The news of my having proved to be the son of Mrs. Big Bowl flew through the village with the speed of lightning, and, on my arrival at the paternal lodge, I found it filled with all degrees of my newly-discovered relatives, who welcomed me nearly to death. They seized me in their arms and hugged me, and my face positively burned with the enraptured kisses of my numerous fair sisters, with a long host of cousins, aunts, and other more remote kindred. All these welcoming ladies as firmly believed in my identity with the lost one as they believed in the existence of the Great Spirit.

The woman calmly called the police and explained what she had done.

As the officer cuffed the man to take him in, he asked the burglar: 'Why did you just stand there? All the old lady did was yell a scripture to you.'

'Scripture?' replied the burglar. 'She said she had an Ax and Two 38's!' Most of our generation 50+ was HOME SCHOOLED in so many ways.

1. My mother taught me TO APPRECIATE A JOB WELL DONE . “If you're going to kill each other, do it outside, I just finished cleaning." 2. My mother taught me RELIGION. "You better pray that will come out of the carpet."

3. My father taught me about TIME TRAVEL. "If you don't straighten up, I'm going to knock you into the middle of next week!" 4. My father taught me LOGIC.* " Because I said so, that's why."

They all promised that they would do as his words had indicated.

My unmarried sisters were four in number, very pretty, intelligent young women. They, as soon as the departure of the crowd would admit, took off my old leggins, and moccasins, and other garments, and supplied their place with new ones, most beautifully ornamented according to their very last fashion. My sisters were very ingenious in such work, and they wellnigh quarreled among themselves for the privilege of dressing me. When my toilet was finished to their satisfaction, I could compare in elegance with the most popular warrior of the tribe when in full costume. They also prepared me a bed, not so high as Haman's gallows certainly, but just as high as the lodge would admit. This was also a token of their esteem and sister-

5. My mother taught me MORE LOGIC. "If you fall out of that swing and break your neck, you're not going to the store with me." 6. My mother taught me FORESIGHT. "Make sure you wear clean underwear, in case you're in an accident."

7. My father taught me IRONY. "Keep crying, and I'll give you something to cry about." 8. My mother taught me about the science of OSMOSIS . "Shut your mouth and eat your supper."

9. My mother taught me about CONTORTIONISM. "Just you look at that dirt on the back of your neck?" 10. My mother taught me about STAMINA. "You'll sit there until all that spinach is gone."

11. My mother taught me about WEATHER. "This room of yours looks as if a tornado went through it."

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‘Mountain Man’ Cont. from Page 2 ly affection.

While conversing to the extent of my ability with my father in the evening, and affording him full information respecting the white people, their great cities, their numbers, their power, their opulence, he suddenly demanded of me if I wanted a wife; thinking, no doubt, that, if he got me married, I should lose all discontent, and forego any wish of returning to the whites. I assented, of course. "Very well," said he, you shall have a pretty wife and a good one."

Away he strode to the lodge of one of the greatest braves, and asked one of his daughters of him to bestow upon his son, who the chief must have heard was also a great brave. The consent of the parent was readily given. The name of my prospective father-inlaw was Black-lodge. He had three very pretty daughters, whose names were Still-water, Blackfish, and Three-roads. Even the untutored daughters of the wild woods need a little time to prepare for such an important event, but long and tedious courtships are unknown among them. The ensuing day the three daughters were brought to my father's lodge by their father, and I was requested to take my choice. "Still-water" was the eldest, and I liked her name; if it was emblematic of her disposition, she was the woman I should prefer. "Stillwater," accordingly, was my choice. They were all superbly attired in garments which must have cost them months of labor, which garments the young women ever keep in readiness against such an interesting occasion as the present. The acceptance of my wife was the completion of the ceremony, and I was again a married man, as sacredly in their eyes as if the Holy Christian Church had fastened the irrevocable knot upon us.

Among the Indians, the daughter receives no patrimony on her wedding-day, and her mother and father never pass a word with the son-in-law after — a custom religiously observed among them, though for what reason I never learned. The other relatives are under no such restraint. My brothers made me a present of twenty as fine horses as any in the nation — all trained warhorses. I was also presented with all the arms and instruments requisite for an Indian campaign.

My wife's deportment coincided with her name; she would have reflected honor upon many a civilized household. She was affectionate, obedient, gentle, cheerful, and, apparently, quite happy. No domestic thunder-storms, no curtain-lectures ever disturbed the serenity of our connubial lodge. I speedily formed acquaintance with all my immediate neighbors, and the Morning Star

(which was the name conferred upon me on my recognition as the lost son) was soon a companion to all the young warriors in the village. No power on earth could have shaken their faith in my positive identity with the lost son. Nature seemed to prompt the old woman to recognize me as her missing child, and all my new relatives placed implicit faith in the genuineness of her discovery. Greenwood had spoken it, "and his tongue was not crooked." What could I do under the circumstances? Even if I should deny my Crow origin, they would not believe me. How could I dash with an unwelcome and incredible explanation all the joy that had been manifested on my return — the cordial welcome, the rapturous embraces of those who hailed me as a son and a brother, the exuberant joy of the whole nation for the return of a long-lost Crow, who, stolen when a child, had returned in the strength of maturity, graced with the name of a great brave, and the generous strife I had occasioned in their endeavors to accord me the warmest welcome? I could not find it in my heart to undeceive these unsuspecting people and tear myself away from their untutored caresses. Thus I commenced my Indian life with the Crows. I said to myself, "I can trap in their streams unmolested, and derive more profit under their protection than if among my own men, exposed incessantly to assassination and alarm." I therefore resolved to abide with them, to guard my secret, to do my best in their company, and in assisting them to subdue their enemies.

There was but one recollection troubled me, and that was my lonely one in St. Louis. My thoughts were constantly filled with her. I knew my affection was reciprocated, and that her fond heart beat alone for me; that my promise was undoubtingly confided in, and that prayers were daily offered for my safety, thus distant in the mountains, exposed to every peril. Repeatedly I would appoint a day for my return, but some unexpected event would occur and thrust my resolution aside. Still I hoped, for I had accumulated the means of wealth sufficient to render us comfortable through life; a fortunate return was all I awaited to consummate my ardent anticipation of happiness, and render me the most blessed of mortals. Before proceeding farther with my Indian life, I will conduct the reader back to our camp the evening succeeding to my disappearance from Bridger. He was on the hill, crossing over to me as agreed upon, when he saw me in the hands of the Indians, being conducted to their village, which was also in sight. Seeing clearly that he could oppose no resistance to my captors, he made all speed to the camp, and communicated the painful news of my death. He had seen me in the charge of a whole host of Shi-ans, who were conducting me to camp, there to sacrifice me in the most improved manner their savage propensities could suggest, and then abandon themselves to a general rejoicing over the fall of a white man. With the few men he had in camp it was hopeless to attempt a rescue;

for, judging by the size of the village, there must be a community of several thousand Indians. All were plunged in gloom. All pronounced my funeral eulogy; all my daring encounters were spoken of to my praise. My fortunate escapes, my repeated victories were applauded in memory of me; the loss of their best hunter, of their kind and ever-obliging friend, was deeply deplored by all. "Alas! had it not been for that lamentable quarrel," they exclaimed, "he would still have been among us. Poor Jim! peace to his ashes!"

Bridger lamented that he had advised me to leave the camp, and again that he had separated from me at the Forks. "If we had kept together," he murmured, "his fate might have been prevented, for doubtless one of us would have seen the Indians in time to have escaped." Thus, as I was afterward informed by some of the party, was my memory celebrated in that forlorn camp. Further, having conceived a deep disgust at that vicinity, they moved their camp to the head waters of the Yellow Stone, leaving scores of beaver unmolested in the streams.

The faithful fellows little thought that, while they were lamenting my untimely fall, I was being hugged and kissed to death by a whole lodge full of near and dear Crow relatives, and that I was being welcomed with a public reception fully equal in intensity, though not in extravagance, to that accorded to the victor of Waterloo on his triumphal entry into Paris. Bridger had never supposed that the Indians whom he saw leading me away were Crows, he being ignorant that he was so near their territory. His impression was that these were Cheyennes, hence I was given up for dead and reported so to others. My death was communicated to the rendezvous when the fall hunt was over, and there was a general time of mourning in mountain style.

I say "mountain style" in contradistinction to the manner of civilized circles, because, with them, when the death of a comrade is deplored, his good deeds alone are celebrated; his evil ones are interred with his bones. Modern politics have introduced the custom of perpetuating all that is derogatory to a man's fair fame, and burying in deep oblivion all that was honorable and praiseworthy. Hence I say, Give me the mountaineer, despite all the opprobrium that is cast upon his name, for in him you have a man of chivalrous feeling, ready to divide his last morsel with his distressed fellow — ay, and to yield the last drop of his blood to defend the life of his friend. After fêting for about ten days among my new neighbors, I joined a small war-party of about forty men, embodied for the ostensible purpose of capturing horses, but actually to kill their enemies.

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12. My mother taught me about HYPOCRISY. "If I told you once, I've told you a million times, don't exaggerate!"

13. My father taught me the CIRCLE OF LIFE. "I brought you into this world, and I can take you out..." 14. My mother taught me about BEHAVIOR MODIFICATION. "Stop acting like your father!"

15. My mother taught me about ENVY. "There are millions of less fortunate children in this world who don't have wonderful parents like you do." 16. My mother taught me about ANTICIPATION. "Just wait until we get home."

17. My mother taught me about RECEIVING. "You are going to get it from your father when he gets home!"

18. My mother taught me MEDICAL SCIENCE. "If you don't stop crossing your eyes, they are going to get stuck that way."

19. My mother taught me ESP. "Put your sweater on; don't you think I know when you are cold?" 20. My father taught me HUMOR. "When that lawn mower cuts off your toes, don't come running to me." 21. My mother taught meHOW TO BECOME AN ADULT. "If you don't eat your vegetables, you'll never grow up." 22. My mother taught me GENETICS. "You're just like your father."

23. My mother taught me about my ROOTS. "Shut that door behind you, do you think you were born in a barn?" 24. My mother taught me WISDOM. "When you get to be my age, you'll understand.”

25. My father taught me about JUSTICE. "One day you'll have kids, and I hope they turn out just like you !"

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The Paper • Page 4 • July 16, 2015 1/4 Pound of Cocaine Found on Suspect in Escondido

On Friday night, July 10th, officers from the Escondido Police Department participated in a DUI Saturation Patrol.

The highlight of the evening came when officers stopped a driver for not wearing his seatbelt. The driver was arrested for DUI alcohol/drug combo. A search incident to the arrest yielded 1/4 pound of cocaine. This is significant because cocaine is usually sold by the gram. Suspicions were immedately raised that this suspect, with such a large amount, may be a dealer. The driver was booked on several felony offenses.

This detail made 43 traffic stops and conducted 7 Field Sobriety Tests. During the evening, 1 driver was arrested for DUI alcohol, and another driver, cited above, was arrested for DUI alcohol/drug combo. 8 drivers were cited for being unlicensed or having a suspended license. 4 vehicles were impounded. City Stalls on Decision Another Court Battle Looms

Attorneys for both sides are preparing to do more battle in court concerning the Escondido

Local News

Country Club land issue.

A settlement deadline set by property owner Michael Schlesinger passed last Friday without a response from the city. “The City Council is not acting in the best interests of Escondido taxpayers when it continues to take no action on our settlement proposal,” said Dick Daniels, a spokesman for Schlesinger’s development company, Stuck in the Rough LLC, in a written statement released Friday afternoon. City Attorney Jeff Epp countered that it was SITR that was delaying, that the city had tried to work with SITR but to no avail.

Schlesinger’s company sued Escondido in 2013, arguing that a voter-led initiative approved by the City Council that summer — designating the land as permanent open or recreational space — amounted to an illegal “taking” of his property.

In February, Vista Superior Court Judge Earl H. Maas sided with the developer over the zoning issue and a month later told the city it had 30 days to abide by the ruling. Litigation has stalled since the February ruling.

years, the owner and operator of the late Fireside Restaurant, once located in Escondido.

I miss the Fireside. When you’d go there you had a lovely atmosphere, suitable for business or intimate conversations. Service was impeccable and the food was always tasty. And Ray’s specialty? Your guessed it. Prime Rib. Everyone raved about Ray Alto’s Prime Rib.

Man About Town

The Olde Master still has the touch . . . Stopped in at Ray Alto’s Jalapeno Grill and Cantina for dinner last Monday. I ordered the small prime rib dinner. When it arrived, I wondered if this was ‘small’ what size must the medium and large size be? Very generous serving of prime rib and it was laced with fresh rosemary, virgin olive oil and Ray’s “Secret Sauce.” Delicious!

Many of you will recall that Ray Alto built his reputation for being a giant among restaurauteurs by not only having serving as the Food and Beverage Director for Valley View Casino but, for many

He still serves it at Jalapeno Grill and Cantina . . . and it is superb! Give it a try next time you amble on in. Tell ‘em the Man About Town sent you. ••••• My take on the Confederate Flag issue:

1. Absolutely correct that the Confederate Flag should not be displayed on ANY governmental property, city, county, state or federal. 2. Nothing in any law passed to date prohibits private citizens from flying the Confederate Flag on their private property, on their cars, boats, etc. or, for that matter, from tattooing it on their forehead. That is freedom of speech. 3. End of discussion. Matter is properly resolved. ••••• Travels with Charlie: Guffaws wer plentiful (again) at a recent breakfast at Charlie’s

Schlesinger, meanwhile, submitted a new proposal calling for no more than 270 homes at the site, and told the City Council he would end all litigation if it agreed not to appeal the judge’s decision restoring the property’s General Plan designation as residential.

The settlement also would allow him to proceed with the normal planning process for a 270 home development. He gave them until July 10 to agree. The council has taken no action. It could still decide to appeal Maas’ ruling on the General Plan designation.

His settlement proposal to the city stipulated that each side bear its own attorneys’ fees. The city estimates it has spent about $500,000 on the litigation; Schlesinger says SITR has spent roughly $1.5 million.

It addition to legal fees, the city – should it ultimately lose the “takings” claim – could be hit with damages if the court finds Escondido denied Schlesinger the use of his property. Mayor Sam Abed on Friday said he still hopes to work with

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Restaurant in Escondido.

Charlie Mitich was in rare form (again) as he relayed story after story to lyle and Evelyn. Again, it was suggested Charlie should write a book, “Nah,” he said. “I sometimes embellish my stories to make them interesting. If I told the truth the stories wouldn’t be nearly as interesting.” Maybe so. We think people would buy and read the book anyway. He just knows so much Escondido history that he needs to share it with the community. We’ll keep working on him. You do the same. ••••• Great Sundowner held by the Escondido Chamber of

Commerce last Thursday at the Lexus Centre in Escondido. Rorie Johnston, CEO and President, was dazzling, as

Letters to the Editor

CAPS n Jokes a No-No

Dear Mr. lyle e davis,

Reading your "The Paper" gives me enjoyment, especially the "Chuckles" section. However, the latest issue's "Chuckles" made a grave editorial error when the text following the first paragraph of the Nun story was printed in all caps. I am sure you would like your readers to peruse, absorb, and use the "Chuckles" humor; but, all caps font is hard on the eyes and can cause most readers to quit the read and possibly cease and desist further humorous discovery. Please make sure this type of error is corrected in the future.

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usual. Lots of great door prizes (of which I won one, valued at $130, courtesy of the Lexus Dealerhip). Lots of great food and plenty of business people to mingle with and share a laugh or two. Great mixers, always. If you’re not a member of the Escondido Chamber, you should be. Good people. Good events. Lots of talent. Great fun. ••••• The Man About Town decided to add some drama and excitement to the Hidden Valley Kiwanis Club over which he was presiding as Acting President (in the absence, due to vacation of President Jim MacIssac).,

So he decided to have an attack of vertigo (dizziness) and all but collapsed on a chair that was near the podium. At almost the exact same time a severe pain hit him in his abdomen and he clutched at his belly. Other Kiwanians perceived this as chest pains so, against his wishes, they called 911 and he was eventuary persuaded to, reluctantly, accept a ride in a nice, shiny, red ambulance (but they didn’t turn on the siren. Dangit!) We arrived at Palomar Medical Center where I was seen promptly, got a CAT Scan,

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‘Chuckles’ Cont. from Page 3 Last Night at the Bar

I was having a merry time at the bar the other night and overheard three very hefty women talking. Their accent appeared to be Scottish, so I approached and asked, "Hello, are you three lassies from Scotland?" One of them angrily screeched, "It's Wales, Wales you bloody idiot!"

So I apologized and replied, "I am so sorry. Are you three whales from Scotland?"

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Macho man married good-looking lady, and after the wedding, he laid down the following rules:

'I'll be home when I want, if I want and at what time I want - and I don't expect any hassle from you. I expect a great dinner to be on the table unless I tell you that I won't be home for dinner. I'll go hunting, fishing, boozing, and card-playing when I want with my old buddies, and don't you give me a hard time about it. Those are my rules. Any comments?' His new bride said: 'No, that's fine with me. Just understand

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‘Mountain Man’ Cont. from Page 3

After advancing for three days, we fell in with a party of eleven of the Blood Indians, a band of the Black Foot tribe, immemorial enemies of the Crows. Our chief ordered a charge upon them. I advanced directly upon their line, and had struck down my man before the others came up. The others, after making a furious advance, that threatened annihilation to our few foes, curveted aside in Indian fashion, thus losing the effect of a first onset. I corrected this unwarlike custom. On this occasion, seeing me engaged hand to hand with the enemy's whole force, they immediately came to my assistance, and the opposing party were quickly dispatched. I despoiled my victim of his gun, lance, war-club, bow, and quiver of arrows. Now I was the, greatest man in the party, for I had killed the first warrior. We then painted our faces black (their mode of announcing victory), and rode back to the village, bearing eleven scalps. We entered the village singing and shouting, the crowds blocking up our way so that it was with difficulty we could get along. My wife met me at some distance from our lodge, and to her I gave my greatest trophy, the gun. My pretty sisters next presenting themselves for some share of my spoils, I gave them what remained, and they returned to their lodge singing

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Thank you.

Larry LeClaire Escondido, CA

Editor’s Note: We agree. All caps in any written form is irritating. That will be changed.

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museum, in an adjacent building, houses genealogical records, a library, historic artifacts and memorabilia from the 1784-1815 period.

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thesocialbutterfly@cox.net Local USD of 1812 Members Tour Headquarters in D.C.

North County members of the San Diego Chapter, United States Daughters of 1812 (USD1812), were joined by two Alabama members of the Rachel Jackson Chapter for a tour of the 1812 Headquarters and Museum in Washington DC. President National Jacque-Lynne Schulman opened the buildings and led the tour on a day that it is normally closed. The headquarters building, built in 1884 and on the National Register of Historic Places, is furnished with period furniture. The

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and dancing all the way. Their delight was unbounded in their new-found relative, who had drawn the first blood. My companions told how I had charged direct upon the enemy, how I struck down the first Indian at a blow, what strength there was in my arm, and a great deal more in my commendation. Again I was lionized and fêted. Relatives I had not seen before now advanced and made my acquaintance. I was feasted by all the sachems and great braves of the village until their kindness nearly fatigued me to death, and I was glad to retire to my lodge to rest.

It was a custom rigidly observed by the Crows, when a son had drawn the first blood of the enemy, for the father to distribute all his property among the village, always largely recollecting his own kin in the proposed distribution. I saw that my achievement had ruined my poor old father. He seemed contented, however, to sacrifice his worldly goods to the prowess of his illustrious son. It was the Crows' religion, and he was thoroughly orthodox. Another traditional memento was to paint a chief's coat with an image of the sun, and hang that, together with a scarlet blanket, in the top of a tree, as an offering to the Great Spirit, to propitiate him to continue his favorable regards. Several small bands of the village had a grand dance after the victory, each band by itself. I watched

Pictured top from left: Linda Ramos and Betty Moore; middle Mary Lou Montez, Lynne Schulman, Tammy Clemmons; bottom Wanda Prosser & Paula-Jo Cahoon

The USD1812 is open to any female 18 years of age or older who is lineally descended from an ancestor who rendered civil, military or naval service to our country from 1784-1815. Visit http://www.usdaughters1812.o rg. them for some time, to see which band or clique contained the most active men. Having singled one, I broke into the ring, and joined the performance with great heartiness. Then their shouts arose, "The great brave, the Antelope, has joined our band!" and their dancing increased in vehemence, and their singing became more hilarious. By the act of joining their clique I became incorporated with their number. For the next three weeks I staid at home, spending much of my time in trapping round the village. I was accompanied in these excursions by a fine and intelligent Indian, who was without a relative. He was very successful in trapping. One day we went to our traps as usual; he found eight fine beavers, but I had caught none. After flaying them, he offered me four of the skins. I looked at him in surprise, telling him they were caught in his traps-that they were his. “Take them," said he; "you are my friend: your traps have been unlucky today." Previous to this, our success had been about equal. Then he wished me to sit down and have a talk with him. I sat down by him, and he began.

"My friend," said he, "I am alone in the world all my kindred are gone to the land of the Great Spirit. I now want one good friend — a confidential bosom friend — who will be my brother. I am a warrior — a brave — and so are

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Contemporary Women Members Volunteered at the Fair

The San Diego County Fair presented “A Fair to Remember: a Celebration of World Fairs and Balboa Park.” The event commemorated the centennial anniversary of the 1915 Panama-California Exposition held in Balboa Park. Members of Contemporary Women of North County have been volunteering at the Fair since 1998. They have participated in the Blue Ribbon Judging; judged the radish contest for elementary students, and continue to clerk for the judges at the “Student Showcase” (photography and graphic arts).

Pictured l-r: Bina Kozak; Kathy Michaels, Sharon Siegfried, Linda Bridges at the Beer Judging Event

This year they served as stewards for the beer tasting contest, washed wine glasses for wine judging and registered

Special Sessions: Watch your Wallet

As you may know, Governor Brown has called two legislative special sessions; one dealing with healthcare and MediCal funding, the other with highways and transportation (addressed in last week’s article). California is one of 16 states in which only the Governor may call a special session. Only the specific subjects mentioned in the Governor’s special-session proclamation may be addressed. The February bill introduction deadline is waived, and any bills passed may become law in an expedited manner. Medi-Cal funding is an especially serious issue. Provider reimbursement rates were cut by up to 10 percent in 2011, which proved financially devastating to healthcare providers throughout California, including some in this region. In addition, many doctors were forced to limit the number of Medi-Cal patients they see. At the same time, the imple-

entries for the “Best of K-6 Schools” exhibit; all events held prior to the Fair opening. During the Fair, a group of members, friends and family poured beer at the San Diego International Beer Festival. Donation Day at Vista Woman’s Club

The Woman’s Club of Vista’s Donation Day Luncheon at the Shadowridge Golf Club had representatives from 28 nonprofits who presented their stories of helping to feed, clothe, shelter, and provide job training for children, women, men, families, and seniors in North County. In addition, specific equipment for the Vista Fire Dept. and the San Diego County Sheriff’s Dept./Vista Station are provided for each year.

For identification purposes, it is tradition for Club members to wear hats for this specific luncheon. The Club served its community in 2014 with over 4500 hours of service and, after selling its clubhouse in 2005, has donated over $540,000 to non-profits and awarded $115,000 in scholarships to local high schools and colleges. During World War II, this

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mentation of Obamacare resulted in a significant increase in the number of Medi-Cal enrollees, leading to a serious shortage of doctors serving this expanding pool of patients. In response, this year I co-authored Assembly Bill 366 (Rob Bonta, D – Oakland) which in its original form restored many of these cuts. Unfortunately, the bill failed to progress.

California’s economic rebound has generated billions of dollars in new tax revenues. Even so, while the 2015-16 budget provided billions for new entitlements, the MediCal reimbursement problem was largely ignored. Since the additional revenues have already been spent, tax increases to fund Medi-Cal will be considered during the special session. Vital public health issues like Medi-Cal reimbursements should have been a priority issue addressed during the regular session. Medi-Cal should not become a specialsession bludgeon used to force tax increases upon hard-working Californians.


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clubhouse served as a canteen and service club to the Camp Pendleton Marines. In 1980, the Club began the first recycling service for Vista and created, printed, and distributed a pamphlet to over 25,000 residents. In the 1990’s, the Keep America Beautiful and the United Nations Environmental Program recognized the Club for planting over 700 oak tree seedlings in local parks. Further, the Club contributed to building the ponds and stream project at Alta Vista Gardens using funds from recycling, funded a rose-covered gazebo, and has provided free nature field trips for schoolchildren. Membership is open to all. The Club is now planning their Centennial Celebration to be held at the Shadowridge Golf Club on April 17, 2016. The community is invited to join them to mark 100 years of “Enriching lives through philanthropy and volunteer service.” www.womansclubofvista.org

Pictured L to R: Member Lori Sanna, Garden of Innocence representatives Lorraine Brustas, Elissa Davey, Club President Nancy B Jones Meeting/Events Calendar

Escondido Back to School Event – Friday, July 17th, from 5:307:30pm, Escondido Family Medicine, a facility of Mountain Health & Community Services, Inc., will have a fun night for the entire family at 255 N. Ash St., Escondido. Free backpacks for K-12 and free school supplies, while supplies last; child must be present. Free BBQ Dinner; Games and Activities. For more info on donating or volunteering, contact Katie Gomez at kgomez@mtnhealth.org or call 619.445.6200, ext. 165. Mountain

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He is so proud of himself, that he starts calling his wife, 'Mother of Six' in spite of her objections. Marilyn Shea Attorney

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you. You have been far away to the villages of the white man; your eyes have seen much; you have now returned to your people. Will you be my friend and brother? be as one man with me as long as you live?" I readily acceded to all his desires.

"It is well," said he, and "we must exchange traps." I agreed to it. "Now we must exchange guns." It was done.

So we went on until we had exchanged all our personal effects, including horse, clothing, and war implements.

"Now," said he, "we are one while we live. What I know, you shall know; there must be no secret between us." We then proceeded to my father's lodge, and acquainted him with the alliance we had entered into. He was much pleased at the occurrence, and ever after received my allied brother as his son; but the assumed relationship debarred his ever entering the family as son-in-law, since the mutual adoption attached him as by ties of consanguinity. Shortly after, another war party was levied for an excursion after the enemy, or their horses, as occasion might offer. The party consisted of eighty or ninety warriors. My adopted brother inquired of me if I was going with the party. I told him I was, and asked the same question of him.

"No," he said; "we are brothers; we must never both leave our village at once. When I go, you must stay; and when you go, I must stay; one of us must be here to see to the interests of the other. Should we both be killed, then who would mourn faithfully for the other?"

I was, as yet, but a private in the Crow army, no commission having been conferred upon me for what little service I had seen. We started in the night, as is their custom, leaving the village one or two at a time. My brother came to me in the evening, and expressed a wish to speak to me before I left,

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One night, they go to a party. The man decides that it IS time to go home and wants to find out if his wife is ready to leave as well. He shouts at the top of his voice, 'Shall we go home Mother of Six?' His wife, irritated by her husband's lack of discretion, shouts right back, 'Any time you're ready, Father of Four.' THE SILENT TREATMENT

A man and his wife were having some problems at home and were giving each other the silent treatment. Suddenly the man realized that the next day he would need his wife to wake him at 5:00 AM for an early morning

Historically Speaking by Tom Morrow

Robert E. Lee

He spent most of his military career as a U.S. soldier. When the war between the states broke out, he was superintendent of the U.S. Military Academy (West Point). Abraham Lincoln offered him high command of the Army, but from 1862 to 1865, Robert E. Lee chose to return to his native Virginia and command the Confederate forces.

Lee was born Jan. 19, 1807, at Stratford Hall Plantation in Westmoreland County, Virginia. He was the son of the Revolutionary War’s Maj. Gen. Henry “Light Horse Harry” Lee III.

business flight.

Not wanting to be the first to break the silence (and LOSE), he wrote on a piece of paper, 'Please wake me at 5:00 AM.' He left it where he knew she would find it. The next morning the man woke up, only to discover it was 9:00 AM and he had missed his flight. Furious, he was about to go to see why his wife hadn't wakened him when he noticed a piece of paper by the bed. The paper said, 'It is 5:00 AM. Wake up.' God may have created man before woman, but there is always a rough draft before the masterpiece. Husband Down

A husband and wife are shopping in their local supermarket.

The husband picks up a case of Budweiser and puts it in their cart. "What do you think you're

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One of Lee's great-grandparents, Henry Lee I, was a prominent Virginia colonist of English descent. The Lee family is one of Virginia's first families, with Richard Lee originally arriving from England in the early 1600s. Robert E. Lee’s mother grew up at Shirley Plantation, one of the most elegant homes in Virginia. Lee's father “Light Horse Harry,” was a not very successful tobacco planter, who suffered severe financial reverses from failed investments. A top graduate of West Point, for more than 30 years, Robert E. Lee was an exceptional officer in the U.S. Army’s combat engineer corps. He served at many posts throughout the United States, and distinguished himself during the Mexican-American War. He then was appointed as superintendent of West Point.

When Virginia declared its secession from the Union in April 1861, Lee reluctantly chose to follow his home state, despite his personal desire for the country to remain intact and despite Lincoln’s offer of senior Union Army command.

In the early days of the Civil War, Lee didn’t lead troops in the field. During the first year, he served as a senior military adviser to Confederate President Jefferson

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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

Council Member, Represents District 3

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and pointed to a place where he wished me to meet him alone as we passed out of the village. I went as appointed, and found him there.

He first asked me if I had done any thing in the village.

I did not clearly see the import of his question, and I innocently answered "No."' "Why, have you not been to war?" “Yes."

"Did the warriors not impart to you the war-path secret?" "No."

Editor’s Note

This week Councilmember Olga Diaz has not written her column as she is on a well deserved vacation with her husband in New York City (that’s an up and coming town back on the East Coast where they all talk kinda funny-like.)

Seems her husband, Lt. Neil Griffin, of the Escondido Police Department, has written a novel and it has been drawing raves. Neil and Olga, along with their kids, have headed back to meet with other writers, to receive the praise of other writers and

"Ah! well, they will tell it you tomorrow. Go on, my brother." We all assembled together and marched on. In the forenoon we killed a fine fat buffalo, and rested to take breakfast. The intestines were taken out, and a portion of them cleansed and roasted. A long one was then brought into our mess, which numbered ten warriors, who formed a circle, every man taking hold of the intestine with his thumb and finger. In this position, very solemnly regarded by all in the circle, certain questions were propounded to each in relation to certain conduct in the village, which is of a nature unfit to be entered into here. They are religiously committed to a full and categorical answer to each inquiry, no matter whom their confession may implicate. Every illicit action they have committed since they last went to

editors and to mix with the wealthy, the super-wealthy, and the wanna-bes at glorious cocktail parties that only New Yawk can stage. (I’ve seen photos and they were elegant. I could never live in New Yawk and go to these fancy parties. I’d probably have to eschew my tennis shorts and Birkenstock sandals and wear tuxedos and sip champagne. I would probably have to nod my head and smile a lot because I would probably not be able to hear half of the conversation due to a lot of ambient cocktail party noise, a hearing loss problem, even with hearing

aids, and a general disinterest in cocktail party small talk.

We marched on until we came to the Missouri River, and I was greatly edified at the novel manner in which we crossed the stream. A sufficient number of robes were brought to the river

We had not proceeded far when our spies returned, and reported

war is here exposed, together with the name of the faithless accomplice, even to the very date of the occurrence. All this is divulged to the medicine men on the return of the party, and it is by them noted down in a manner that it is never erased while the guilty confessor lives. Every new warrior, at his initiation, is conjured by the most sacred oaths never to divulge the war-path secret to any woman, on pain of instant death. He swears by his gun, his pipe, knife, earth, and sun, which are the most sacred oaths to the Indian, and are ever strictly observed.

But Olga and Neil don’t have that problem. They can mix with the hoi-polloi and look elegant, both beautiful, handsome, and sophisticated.

We hope Councilmember Diaz does not fall in love too much with New York City and hurries back home where she belongs. She’s the only member of the Escondido City Council that deigns to talk to us common folk.

bank, and a puckering-string run around the entire edge of one, drawing it together until it assumed a globulated form. Five or six guns, with other articles necessary to be kept dry, were put into it, together with a stone for ballast. An Indian would then attach one end of a string to the hide tub, and, taking the other end in his teeth, swim across with the novel bark in tow. When unfreighted on the opposite shore, every thing would be as dry as when embarked. Thus all our freight was conveyed across in a very short time, and we recommenced our march.

The Pastor Says . . .

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took time for solitude.

Kadabra is pet of the week at your Rancho Coastal Humane Society. She’s a 4 month old, 4 pound, Domestic Short Hair kitten. Kadabra is ready for her forever home. She will need lots of interactive time and attention. Be sure to ask why kittens are “Better with a Buddy.” Kadabra was transferred to Rancho Coastal Humane Society from another shelter through the FOCAS program.

The $125 adoption fee for Kadabra includes medical exam, vaccinations, spay, and microchip. For more information call 760-7536413, visit Rancho Coastal Humane Society at 389 Requeza Street in Encinitas, or log on to SDpets.org.

Goldie, a 5-year-old Domestic Short Hair, is a lovely little lady waiting for her new family. Her sweet-as-pie personality and gorgeous black tortoiseshell fur would make her the perfect companion kitty. She loves attention from her human companions and even allows those she trusts to pick her up. Those who know her best describe Goldie as a sweet, gentle cat. While dogs tend to not be her favorite, she does well with other cats and would likely do well with another kitty companion to play with. Her ideal home would be with a nice, patient family who can give her time to get used to her surroundings. Once she warms up, she turns into quite the love bug! Goldie is available for adoption at the San Diego Humane Society’s Escondido Campus at 3450 East Valley Parkway. To learn more about making her part of your family, please call (760) 888-2275.

Another gauge is my physical gauge. This is one also I can ignore. When I don’t eat right or exercise, I know the effects. Even though I’m not fond of them, occasionally my doctor will nail me down for a test or checkup. Paul, the Apostle said, in the Bible, that physical exercise has some profit, but we were to exercise unto godliness. Both gauges are important.

Pastor Sam Brumit Mission 316 Church, San Marcos Reading the Gauges

I am really bad at checking the gauges, etc. on my cars. I know they are there but somehow I ignore them. I have paid a price at times for neglecting them. Have you?

In my life, I have had similar experiences. My spiritual gauge is one that needs to be checked. Checking this gauge means asking “How am I doing?” Checking activities like prayer, solitude, simplicity and even study are helpful in this gauge. When it’s working ... I know it. Ignoring the gauge has caused me to overheat or blowing a gasket occasionally. Even Jesus

My emotional gauge is a tough one. Too much of some activities or not enough of others tend to drain me and I can feel myself getting on edge. I need people in my life that build me up and give me energy – in order to deal with those who deplete me or take lots of energy.

It’s one thing to be working out spiritually or physically. It’s another thing to simply take on too much, try to please everyone, or not work through the issues. Time off is an essential. God commands Sabbath rest and reflection. Which gauge needs your attention? At Mission 316 Church, we invite you to attend services at 9:45 AM at 111 Richmar in San Marcos. For info call 760.659.0316


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doing?" asks the wife.

"They're on sale, only $10 for 24 cans" he replies.

"Put them back, we can't afford them" demands the wife. They carry on shopping.

A few aisles farther on, the woman picks up a $20 jar of face cream and puts it in the basket. "What do you think you're doing?" asks the husband.

"It's my face cream. It makes me look beautiful," replies the wife.

Her husband retorts: "So does 24 cans of Budweiser and it's half the price." That's him, on the aisle floor. SMART ASS ANSWERS

It was mealtime during an airline flight.

'Would you like dinner?' the flight attendant asked John, seated in front. 'What are my choices?' John

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that they had discovered a village of the As-ne-boines on Milk River, about forty miles distant. We started for the village, intending to relieve them of a few of their horses, of which we thought they had more than their share. We reached there, and succeeded in driving off nearly three hundred head; but, in re-crossing the Missouri, we lost about one third of them by drowning, in consequence of our crossing over a sand-bar, in which, though covered with water, the animals became involved and perished. We reached home in safety with the remainder without being pursued; indeed, on our whole route we did not see an Indian. Although we brought no scalps, there was great rejoicing at our success. I received, in the distribution, seventeen horses, which I gave to my friends, taking care to give my father a liberal share, in the place of those he had previously parted with on my account.

I had a month's interval at home. Visiting at my father's lodge one day, he asked me why I did not head a party myself, and go on some expedition as leader. By so doing, he informed me, I stood a better chance of gaining promotion. "Your medicine is good," said he, "and the medicine of both will bring you great success."

I replied that I had been domiciliated there so short a time that I did not wish to be too precipitate in pushing myself forward, and

asked.

'Yes or no,' she replied.

A lady was picking through the frozen turkeys at the grocery store but she couldn't find one big enough for her family. She asked a stock boy, 'Do these turkeys get any bigger?' The stock boy replied, 'No ma'am, they're dead...'

The police officer got out of his car as the kid who was stopped for speeding rolled down his window. 'I've been waiting for you all day,' the officer said. The kid replied, ‘Yeah, well I got here as fast as I could.'

When the cop finally stopped laughing, he sent the kid on his way without a ticket. A truck driver was driving along on the freeway and noticed a sign that read: Low Bridge Ahead. Before he knows it, the bridge is right in front of him and his truck gets wedged under it. Cars are backed up for miles. Finally a police car comes up. The cop gets out of his car and walks to the truck driver, puts

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that I preferred to fight a while longer as a brave, rather than risk the responsibility of being leader.

He replied, "Here is your brotherin-law, take him; also your brothers will go with you. If they all get killed, so be it; I will cheerfully submit to old age without them, and die alone." I reflected that, in order to advance by promotion, I must risk every thing; so I consented to follow his advice. "Black Panther," my brother-inlaw, was anxious to follow me, and there were seven young striplings, from ten to eighteen years old, that my father called his sons, though, in fact, half of them were what I called nephews. I put myself forward as the leader, the party comprising only two men and the above-mentioned seven boys.

We departed from the village, and pressed on to the head-waters of the Arkansas, coming directly to the Arrap-a-ho and I-a-tan villages. At night we drove off one hundred and eighteen fine horses, with which we moved on in all possible haste toward home. We were then about three hundred miles from our village, and two hundred from the Crow country. In passing through the Park* * Formerly one of the greatest places for beaver in North America, and well known to the mountaineers. we discovered three Indians coming toward us, driving a small drove of horses. We concealed ourselves from their

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Marriage and the Gay Agenda to be Focus at Meeting – At the TriCity Tea Party (TCTP) meeting on Tuesday, July 21, from 6-7:30pm, hear Ryan Sorba, author, columnist and conservative political activist speak on these topics. Learn how to win the debate on the Gay Agenda and where TCTP stands with the recent Supreme Court ruling on same-sex marriage. Get informed and get your questions answered on this topic. Meetings are held at the Green Dragon Tavern and Museum in Carlsbad at 6115 Paseo del Norte. TCTP Action Groups leaders will report on their activities, and action will be taken on at least one major issue. Attendees are encouraged to come from 5-6pm and enjoy food and beverage at the Green Dragon. For the menu and to pre-order, contact TCTP at info@tri-cityteaparty.org or call Kim at 760.845.8775 or 760.600.8287.

Humane Society Has Reduced Fees for Adult Cats - Calling all warm laps and open hearts! All campuses at the San Diego Humane Society are filled to the brim with adorable adoptable cats. To share this feline love with the community, the adoption fee for all adult cats (age 7 months and older) is just $25. Since there’s no shortage of feline friends at the shelter, this promotion is ongoing. Escondido Campus, 760.888.2275; Oceanside Campus, 760.757.4357; San Diego Campus, 619.299.7012. Brandon

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view by dropping back over the brow of a small hill directly in their route, until they had approached within ten steps of us. We raised the war-hoop, and rushed out on them, killing two of the three; the third was at a greater distance, driving the cattle, and when he saw the fate of his companions he mounted one of the fleetest, and was soon beyond pursuit. My company had achieved a great victory, the spoils of which were fourteen horses, in addition to those already in our possession, two scalps, one gun, two battle-axes, one lance, bow, quiver, etc. This trivial affair exalted my young brothers in their own esteem higher than the greatest veteran their village contained. During their return home they were anticipating with untiring tongues the ovation that awaited them.

We fell in with no more enemies on our way to the village. The horses we had captured from the three Indians had been stolen by them from the Crows, and as a recovery of lost horses is a greater achievement in Indians' eyes than the original acquisition, our merit was in proportion. We entered singing, with our faces blackened, bearing two scalps and other trophies, and driving one hundred and thirty-two fine horses before us. The whole village resounded with the shouts with which our brethren and kindred welcomed us. I was hailed bravest of the brave, and my promotion appeared certain. My father and all his family rose

Happenings – This month in Studio 105 is The Oil & Water Show with paintings by Susan Keith and Patty Fournier-Willis, through July 31. “Art by the inch” sales have been extended through July. Coming in August, watercolor workshop. Also, “Lifecycle,” a photo exhibit of trees and bicycles is coming, and there will be a reception on Friday, August 7th, from 4-7pm. Gallery hours are Tuesday-Saturday 10am-4pm. 760.723.1330. Contact the Gallery if you are interested in showing your artwork, info@fallbrookbrandongallery.org.

Soul Diego to Perform at San Marcos Concert – On Saturday, July 25th, at 7:30pm, the City of San Marcos invites you to a concert featuring Soul Diego, at the Wood House Gardens in Woodland Park, 1148 Rock Springs Road. Gates open at 6pm. Enjoy an evening of music at this beautiful outdoor venue located in the gardens of an old Victorian house. Soul Diego performs classic Soul, Motown, Rock & Blues, 70's Disco, 80's Dance, plus contemporary hits. >From the classic to the contemporary, they offer an evening of professional, high energy entertainment. Concert tickets can be purchased at the door or in advance at the San Marcos Community Center. Prices are $6/presale, or $8 at the door; free for children ages 3 to 12. Bring beach chairs or blankets for picnic seating. Snacks and beverages will be available for purchase. Parking is free. For presale tickets or further information call 760.744.9000 or visit www.san-marcos.net. Walk+Bike Event at Westfield Carlsbad – To promote more walk-

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greatly in popular favor. The Antelope's distinguished skill and bravery were reflected in lucent rays upon their names. "Great is the Antelope," was chanted on all sides, "the lost son of Big Bowl; their medicine is good and prosperous."

There is one trait in Indian character which civilized society would derive much profit by imitating. Envy is a quality unknown to the savages. When a warrior has performed any deed of daring, his merit is freely accorded by all his associate braves; his deeds are extolled in every public and private reunion, and his name is an incentive to generous emulation. I never witnessed any envious attempt to derogate from the merit of a brave's achievement. No damning with faint praise; none like: "Willing to wound and yet afraid to strike;"

no faltering innuendoes that the man has not accomplished so much, after all. The same way with the women. When a woman's husband has distinguished himself, her neighbors, one and all, take a pride in rejoicing with her over her happiness. If a woman displays more ingenuity than common in ornamenting her husband's war-dress, or in adding any fancy work to her own habiliments, she at once becomes the pattern of the neighborhood. You see no flaws picked in her character because of her rising to note;

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Davis. Once Lee took command of the main field army in 1862, he quickly emerged as a shrewd tactician and battlefield commander, winning most of his battles, all against far superior Union armies.

However, Lee's strategic foresight was more questionable, and both of his major offensives into the North ended in defeat. Historians have questioned Lee's aggressive tactics, which resulted in high casualties at a time when the Confederacy had a shortage of manpower. An example was the bloody battles at Gettysburg and Antietam. Union Gen. Ulysses S. Grant's campaigns bore down on the Confederacy in 1864 and 1865, inflicted heavy casualties.

There was much animosity against Lee’s battlefield success, so much so that the Union Army confiscated his wife’s plantation in Arlington, Va., outside of Washington, D.C., and began burying fallen soldiers in the front lawn of the mansion. Today, Lee’s home still sits on a hill at the end of Arlington Cemetery, overlooking the nation’s sacred national military burial grounds. Unable to turn the war's tide, on April 9, 1865, Lee surrendered to Grant at Appomattox Court House. By then, Lee was supreme

commander of the remaining Southern armies; other Confederate forces swiftly capitulated after his surrender. While a number of rebel pockets of resistance remained, Lee rejected a sustained insurgency against Union forces and called for reconciliation between the two sides. It is generally believed that Lee, personally, was against slavery and openly opposed secession. After the war, he became president of what is now Washington and Lee University. Lee supported President Andrew Johnson's program of Reconstruction and inter-sectional friendship, but he opposed the radical Republican proposals to give freed slaves the vote and take the vote away from ex-Confederates.

multiple EKG’s, chest x-ray, and blood work. I also fell in love multiple times with Nurses Melissa, Priscilla, and Jane (my Physician’s Assistant.)

The Fire Department medics were top notch. They appeared to be led by Medic D. Varney, who handled this old codger with kid gloves and explained everything that was happening. It’s never fun to go to the hospital, nor to ride in an ambulance but, at the same time, it’s wonderful to know that we have top notch medical peson-

nel who are looking after you from start to finish.

In this case, fortunately, “finish” was a discharge from the Emergency Room. Diagnosis: Vertigo (Dizziness) of unknown origin. And isolated incident. No injury to heart, brain, or other organs. At times we are obliged to be critical of hospitals, fire departments, public service agencies. As we throw brickbats we also throw bouquets when warranted. This time both agencies, hospital and fire department, earned a bouquet.

Lee urged the radical Republicans to rethink their position between the North and the South, and the reintegration of former Confederates into the nation's political life.

Since the Civil War, Lee has become one of the great heroes of the Civil War, as his popularity has become almost mythical even in the North, especially after his death in 1870. He is buried under Lee’s Chapel at Washington & Lee University.

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ing and biking in Carlsbad throughout the city, with special emphasis on the Village area, on Saturday, July 25, from 9am to 12noon, Walk+Bike Carlsbad is hosting a free community event with a mall walk before stores are open to the public. Leashed dogs are welcome during this portion of the event. A bicycle rodeo, designed to teach basic bicycle handling skills, will be held from 10am to noon in the Westfield Carlsbad parking lot. All participants will be required to wear a helmet and sign a waiver before riding a bicycle. Bicycles will not be provided. ArtVenture, an arts education program for children, also will be offering a special Walk+Bike family art activity from 10am to noon. The event is open to all ages. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Westfield Carlsbad is located at 2525 El Camino Real. Activities will be held in the north parking lot near Firestone Complete Auto Care. Participants are encouraged to leave their cars at home and walk, bike, take public transit, or carpool to the event. More information is available on the website at www.carlsbadca.gov/walkbike. Rincón Literario, Bilingual Book Discussion Group, to Meet at Escondido Public Library – pm Saturday, July 25th from 3:304:45pm, in the Library’s Turrentine Room. Me llamo Bud, No Buddy/Bud, Not Buddy, a Newbery Award winner by Christopher Paul Curtis, is the selected book for July. Copies of the book are available through the Escondido Public Library catalog and can be reserved. This is the story of 10-year-old, orphaned African-American, Bud Caldwell, who lives in Flint, Michigan and takes place in 1936

during the Great Depression. This is a touching story for all ages. The musical motif throughout this book complements the Library’s 2015 Summer Reading theme, Read to the Rhythm! In addition, readers can sign-up online at library.escondido.org/SRC or at a Library Information Desk through July 25th to read for prizes, and enjoy special musical and programs. Rincón Literario’s next meeting will be on Saturday, August 29th, to discuss the bittersweet Bajo la misma estrella/The Fault in Our Stars by John Green. Rincón Literario is made possible by generous support from Friends of the Library. This program is free and open to the public. For more information, visit library.escondido.org or contact Cecy Rayphole at 760.839.4289 or at crayphole@escondido.org.

Insect Festival at Botanic Garden – On Saturday and Sunday, July 25-26, from 10am-4pm, the Rancho Santa Fe Garden Club will present an Insect Festival at the S.D. Botanic Garden where aspiring entomologists are invited. This event is sponsored by K&M Pest Solutions, and is a one-of-a-kind festival sure to intrigue bug-devotees of all ages. The event features thousands of fascinating creepy-crawlies, including live lizards, snakes, and the famous Madagascar hissing cockroaches. The festival will include bug collecting, interactive insect arts and crafts, and tasty cooked mealworm larva – just some of the activities scheduled. Local bug experts will be available for questions, and more than 20 educational booths will instruct and entertain children and adults alike. This event is free with paid admission to the Gardens or membership. Children under 12 are free. Visit the website for more information: http://www.sdbgarden.org/insect.htm Chamber Music Players Concert

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Tooth Preservation or Implant Placement

Long term tooth versus implant survival rates

Technological advances in the development of implants to replace "hopeless" or missing teeth along with a high predictability of survival rates has lead to the increasing popularity and clinical success of implants. This could result in the extraction of a person's natural teeth, that are salvageable, on the convenience rather than as a result of a comparative analysis between the survival of a natural tooth and its implant counterpart. Faced with the option of restoring a natural tooth versus extracting it and placing a dental implant, the doctor should take the following as well as others into consideration:

1. Is the tooth or area restorable? 2. Will it be strong? 3. What is the long term prognosis of the tooth vs. implant? 4. Compliance of the individual for maintaining the tooth or implant? 5. Does patient have systemic condition ie. diabetes, heart conditions, periodontal conditions. Also, smoking status. 6. Past experiences with patients tooth loss? 7. Long term survival of individual?

These are just a few factors affecting the patient. Financially, the patient should consider the cost of implants as well. They may not make a lot of difference with a single tooth, but if multiple sites are proposed, the cost factor can go up tremendously. If the tooth is restored in many cases, it can have a survivability that may equal, or even outlast the prognosis of an implant. Implants require good bone to survive, and if the bone is not adequate, additional bone must be provided to the site including bone grafts and/or sinus lifts, etc. This may also add to both the expense and time required to place an implant. After an implant fails, the next step is placing another implant.

– On Saturday, August 1, at 3pm, the Chamber Music Players of the North Coast Symphony orchestra will perform a concert in the Library of the Encinitas Library, 540 Cornish Dr, Encinitas. The program will consist of a string quartet led by the Orchestra's conductor Daniel Swem; a woodwind quintet by Danzi; flute trios; and a wind octet featuring all the core wind players of the Orchestra. Admission is free; donations will be accepted.

Craft Fair and Rummage Sale Coming Soon - The United Methodist Women of the United Methodist Church of Vista invite you to a Craft Fair and Rummage Sale in our parking lot, 490 S. Melrose Drive, on October 10th, from 8am to 1pm. Admission is free. If you wish to rent a parking space to sell crafts or rummage you may do so by calling Marlene at 760-732-0676. All money received for the rental will go to many charitable organizations including Interfaith Community Services, Center for the Blind and Operation Hope. All money you receive is yours to keep. News from Charity Wings – Charity Wings Art & Craft Center has lots of news; Livestream events and giveaways, paper arty nights, paint party, classes, crops, and moving day – too numerous to mention here. Contact them at 287 Industrial Street, San Marcos. July Events for the Humane Society – Summer Animal Adventure Camp now until August 7, 9am-3pm, at all campuses, join with other kids during school break with games, crafts and hands-on animal activities. Fur Fix Thursdays, every Thursday, 3-5pm, Oceanside campus on Airport Road, pet and play with cute and cuddly animals. Pet Talk about Emergency Surgical Procedures in dogs and cats,

Researchers report significantly lower success rates for reimplantation than for the original implant. With a tooth that started in the mouth by nature, if it is restorable, it frequently will last a long time without the amount of bone required by an implant.

There are many things to consider in deciding whether to place an implant versus restoring the tooth. As doctors we have patients come in every day with the idea of removing a tooth and placing an implant. On the other hand, we, as practitioners, have to resist the impulse to automatically go with the patient's wishes look-

Oceanside campus, Thursday, July 16, 6:30pm; learn about signs to watch for at home for emergencies that may require surgery. For dates/locations for Upcoming Training Classes and many other events, contact the San Diego Humane Office. Oceanside Campus: 2905 San Luis Rey Road (dogs) and 572 Airport Road (cats, small animals), 760.757.4357. Escondido Campus, 3450 E. Valley Pkwy, 760.888.2275. San Diego Campus, 5500 Gaines St., 619.299.7012.

Palomar Health to Host Health Education Classes & Screenings – During July, Palomar Health will host a variety of free and low-cost health-education classes and screenings, led by physicians and other health professionals. Many classes are free and held in various locations and days. Registration is required by calling 800.628.2880 or visit www.PalomarHealth.org/classes unless otherwise noted below for specific classes: Diabetes 101; Advances in Weight Loss & Metabolic Surgery; Is Technology Causing Back Pain?; Chronic Fatigue & Post-Infectious Disease; Take Shape for Life – Medifast; Treating Headaches with Acupuncture; Unscrambling Allergies and Asthma; Heartsaver CPR-AED, basic CPR course and use of AED (for certification), cost is $45/person, book included; CPR For Family & Friends, not needing certification, fee $30/person, book included; Waiting for 9-1-1: What Can I Do To Help?, cost $5/person; Treating Arthritis and Joint Pain Naturally; Body Composition Screening; Living With Congestive Heart Failure; Heal Your Hips; Becoming a Young Woman, fee $15, daughter and parent. Look Good, Feel Better–call 619.682.7440 to register; Blood

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ing more thoroughly at the overall results. If the bone is adequate and the natural tooth cannot be restored then the implant is chosen. However, in many cases, the patient is not adequately informed as to the survivability of the proposed implant and it is our responsibility to inform them of situations where the natural tooth may be the better choice in the long term. We do both procedures here at San Marcos Dental Center, but we thoroughly evaluate both options before suggesting a solution. Call us at 760 7344311!

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The Paper • Page 12 • July 16, 2015 “Technology Flagships” for promoting the “Microsoft ecosystem.” These products will not compete seriously with potential Windows OS customers like Samsung, ASUS, and Lenovo. The “Microsoft ecosystem” is the entire range of services, applications, OS and devices marketed by Microsoft.

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Windows 10? Beware!

Everyone in the PC Industry (except Apple) is rooting for Win10 (Windows 10) to be a roaring success. Money talks, so nearly everything written, broadcast or blogged will tout the virtues of Windows 10. How much money Win10 sales generate for PC manufacturers, distributors and retailers will depend upon how good a job they do convincing retail buyers that Win10 is a good thing. Enterprise (big business) buyers will ignore the hype and continue to buy Win7 PCs just as they have for the past six years.

Last week Microsoft acknowledged its failure to gain traction in the tablet and smart sector when it announced the layoff of eight thousand employees and an eight billion dollar write down linked to its 2013 purchase of Nokia’s smart phone and tablet business. Microsoft will continue to produce some tablets and smart phones mainly as

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Pressure Screening, no registration required, call for dates/times. For the following three classes, registration is required by calling OASIS at 760.796.6020, and there is a $5/person fee for each one: Summertime Nutrition; Voice & speech Therapy for Parkinson’s Disease; and Living with Leg Pain. Upcoming Events at Carlsbad Chamber – Many events and committee meetings are scheduled in the next two months, including Sundowners, Chamberpl8tes, First Friday Breakfasts, and State of the City. For more information on any and all of the Chamber events, visit the website at www.carlsbad.org or stop by the office at 5934 Priestly Dr., Carlsbad 92008.

Awards Were Highlight of State DAR Conference - Several members of the Santa Margarita Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) attended the 107th Annual California State DAR Conference. Highlights of the event, chaired by State Regent Carol Oakley Jackson, included entertainment by the New Directions Veterans’ Choir and presentation of award winners during the opening night ceremonies. State awards were given for Outstanding Teacher of American History, American History Essay Contests, DAR Good Citizen, and DAR Service for Veterans. Kerri Childress, President for Communications at Fisher House Foundation, was the keynote speaker at the National Defense Luncheon, where our nation’s military personnel and veterans were honored. The National Society Daughters of the American Revolution was founded in 1890 to promote patriotism, preserve American history, and support better

As a result of their failure to establish a viable foothold in mobile hardware and OS coupled with the fact that stagnant PC sales are drying up their main revenue source, Microsoft needed a new revenue plan. Win10 is critical to that plan. The Microsoft ecosystem” anchored by Win10 will spearhead its new focus on generating revenue from the sale of advertising, services and applications. Win10 is specifically designed for that purpose.

Win10 is unlike any previous Microsoft OS in that Microsoft has removed the user option to refuse or select updates and upgrades. That means that Microsoft is in complete control of your Win10 PC. Some enterprise versions will allow corporate users of Win10 to control the OS, but that option is not for you. Having Microsoft control your OS at a time when they are feverishly seeking new ways to pile up revenue from services, applications and advertising is not a comforting thought. The retail debut of Win10 PCs this summer will be complicated by the fact that there are huge (24 months) inventories of unsold Win8 PCs in retail and distribution warehouses. We’ve already seen some spectacular pricing as

education for our nation’s children. Its members are descended from the patriots who won American independence during the Revolutionary War. With more than 180,000 members in approximately 3000 chapters worldwide, the DAR is one of the world’s largest, and most active, service organizations. To learn more about the work of today’s DAR, visit www.DAR.org.

“Deconstructing a Film Score” Workshop – Emmy-winning film composer Larry Groupé will be presenting this workshop on Saturday, August 15, from 1-2:25pm, as part of 5th annual Oceanside International Film Festival (OIFF), at the Community Rooms of Oceanside Public Library, downtown branch, 330 N Coast Hwy (across the street from and during the break from Star Theatre screenings). The workshop is a presentation about the artistic and dramatic process of creating original music for motion pictures. It is designed for participants from all musical walks of life looking to augment their knowledge of the field and enhance their compositional skills in the unique art of writing music to picture. It also covers the challenges of both obtaining business opportunities in the entertainment field and then executing the task through a work process. Q&A with the audience will be part of the discussion. All proceeds from this event will be used to provide scholarships to graduating high school seniors from throughout all of North San Diego County who are pursing artistic and performing arts degrees. Tickets for the workshop are $10/person and are on sale now at OIFF’s website. For tickets, complete schedule of ALL 75 FILMS, screening of Guest Feature

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retailers try to dump these unpopular PCs. The Win10 free upgrade offer has done little to stimulate Win8 PC sales. Many still remember the regrets associated with accepting the “free” upgrades from XP to Vista and from Win7 to Win8. An “upgrade” from Win8 to Win10 would be jumping from a bad OS to an unproven one, not a compelling option. An “upgrade” from Win7 to Win10 would be plain foolish. Our recommendation for business and home PC shoppers is to do what the “big boys” do. Make the risk free decision to stay with Win7 PCs. Win7 is used on over 60% of the World’s PCs and will be the dominant PC OS for several years. In the event that it ever becomes advantageous to “upgrade” to Win10, you can do it.

WHAT WILL DESALINATED WATER COST? NOT MUCH!

The water districts often use the cost per acre foot as a standard for water costs. It is not a difficult calculation to determine the cost of water delivered to y o u r home in dollars per acre feet. The m a j o r costs are pumping, maintn a n c e and overh e a d expenses John Smylie, not Attorney w a t e r costs. I receive water bills from three local water districts. Each District calculates their bill based on the units of water used in that time period. A unit of water is one hundred cubic feet. An acre foot of water is calculated as one acre of surface area one foot deep. An acre foot of water is 43,000 cubic feet. Therefore there are 430 units in an acre foot. If you divide the number of units on your bill by 430 you will have the number of acre feet you have used during that billing

It will always be a simple and free or low cost “upgrade,” far beyond 2016.

At The Computer Factory we will keep building and selling new Win7 Home and Pro desktop and notebook PCs as long as our home and business users need them. We will also continue upgrading Windows XP and Vista notebook and desktop PCs to Win7. We’ve installed Win7 on dozens of PCs born with Win8 and we will no doubt soon be providing that service for Win10 PCs. Save yourself the extra expense and stay with Win 7. Next week we’ll discuss the latest options in desktop and notebook PCs for business, home and school.

period. Divide the cost of your bill by the usage in acre feet and you will now have the cost of water delivered to your home in dollars per acre feet.

I did that for all three districts. Without identifying the District with the number, the cost per acre foot ranges from a low of $3000.00 to a high of more than $5,000.00 per acre foot. Metropolitan Water district presently charges about $1200.00 per acre foot to the local water districts., You can see that $1200.00 per acre foot is between 24 and 40 percent of the cost of water delivered to your home. (The lower figure includes an ag discount so it should not be considered typical.)

Poseiden will deliver desalinated water to the districts at cost of $2,400 per acre foot which is double the price from Metropolitan. But doubling the price of wholesale water will only increase the cost of delivery to your home by less than 30% - not a bank breaking increase. A sure supply of water and you can take long showers again without feeling guilty! While it will not relieve the cost of water for field agriculture, it will permit the use of greenhouse culture to continue to expand. The dollar value of greenhouse culture is considerably greater than field crops in San Diego County . More on that later.


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• Page 13 • July 16, 2015

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 Jim Desmond Leash Law Reminder

When you are out and about this summer enjoying the many parks and other outdoor activities San Marcos has to offer, remember that dog owners must keep their animal(s) under control at all times. San Marcos is home to four dog parks that designate a safe area for your dog to roam off leash. Leashes must be used when walking dogs on trails, in parks or other public spaces.

Safety is the city’s primary concern and dogs that run free in parks and on trails may encounter snakes, opossums, mountain lions or poison oak. Keeping your dog on a leash can also prevent disturbance of wildlife habitat and limit personal liability.

Ultimately, keeping your fourlegged family member on-leash is the law and owners can be cited and/or fined for compliance failure.

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

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his hands on his hips and says, 'Got stuck, huh?' The truck driver says, 'No, I was delivering this bridge and I ran out of gas.'

A college teacher reminds her class of tomorrow's final exam. 'Now class, I won't tolerate any excuses for you not being here tomorrow. I might consider a nuclear attack or a serious personal injury, illness, or a death in your immediate family, but that's it, no other excuses whatsoever!' A smart-ass student in the back of the room raised his hand and asked, 'What would you say if tomorrow I said I was suffering from complete and utter sexual exhaustion?'

The entire class is reduced to laughter and snickering. When silence was restored, the teacher smiled knowingly at the student, shook her head and sweetly said, 'Well, I guess you'd have to write the exam with your other hand.'

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SITR on a project that will offer more amenities and open space.

“Going back to litigation is counterproductive to our goal of having a good project,” he said. Carlsbad’s “The Grove” Shopping Center Continues Pressure; Seeks City Approval to Build

20,000 signatures were submitted to the city of Carlsbad by the Los Angeles-based developer of The Grove shopping center backing a citizens’ initiative that would allow him to build a similar retail and entertainment complex off Interstate 5 near the Agua Hedionda Lagoon.

Under Caruso Affiliated’s socalled “85/15 Plan,” 85 percent of the property would be set aside as permanent open space with urban farms, picnic areas, public trails and an outdoor amphitheater. The remaining 15 percent, or about 27 acres, would be developed as a highend shopping center with restaurants, entertainment, and stores, including a Nordstrom. Next, if the signatures are verified, the Carlsbad City Council will place the item on the agenda.

Vista • Mayor Judy Ritter

Movie in the Park This Saturday

Join us on Saturday, July 18 for another Free Summer Movies in the Park event. Take the whole family and head to the Vista Sports Park for “Planes: Fire & Rescue” (PG). The movie begins at 8 pm. Come early with a family picnic and get a good seat! The free Movies in the Park is a perfect chance to meet new people, relax, and enjoy a safe and special night under the stars. Check online at CityofVista.com for more details or for the full summer series schedule across the County, visit SummerMoviesInthePark.com.

If you enjoy helping seniors in the community and have a few hours to spare this summer or even once a month – consider becoming a volunteer driver at the Senior Center. Drivers provide door-todoor transportation assistance for shopping, medical appointments and other necessary activities for seniors unable to drive or who are homebound. Interested? Please call the Senior Center at 760.639.6161 for volunteer information. The program enhances the lives of many seniors and volunteer drivers receive mileage reimbursement and supplemental auto insurance.

Oceanside • Mayor Jim Wood

Star Theatre’s “Peter Pan the Musical”

Looking for something fun to do with the kids this summer?

How about taking them to the Star Theatre Company’s production of “Peter Pan the Musical?” This show is based on the classic tale by J.M. Barrie and features an unforgettable score. The timeless, high flying, Tony award-winning classic whisks you away to a place where dreams are born and no one ever grows up! The production has been performed around the world and has delighted audiences for 60 years. Featuring the iconic songs “I’m flying”, “I’ve Gotta Crow”, “I Won’t Grow Up” and “Never Never Land,” Peter Pan is the

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no aspersions cast upon her birth or present standing. Such and such is her merit, and it is deserving of our praise; the fact perceived, it receives full acknowledgment. This leads to the natural conclusion that civilization, in introducing the ostentation of display which is too frequently affected without sufficient ground to stand upon, warps the mind from the charity that is natural to it, and leads to all the petty strifes, and scandalous tales, and heartburnings that imbitter the lives of so many in civilized life. I now engaged in trapping until the latter part of December. I celebrated Christmas by myself, as the Indians knew nothing about the birth of our Savior, and it was hard to make them understand the nature of the event. At this time a trading-party started from our village for the Grovan and

perfect show for adults and kids alike, touching the child in all of us who ever dreamed of soaring high and never growing up! This family-friendly musical is directed by David Schulz, with musical direction given by Sandra Kopitzke. Show dates and times are: July 17th, 18th, 24th and 25th at 7:30 pm. July 18th, 19th, 25th and 26th at 2:00 pm. Ticket prices vary from $8.00 to $18.00 and can be purchased online at the Star Theatre website, www.startheatreco.com. On opening night, come to the theatre, located at 402 N Coast Hwy, by 6:45 pm and enjoy complimentary appetizers and beverages. See you there!

Mandan country, where there was a trading-post established, for the purpose of buying our winter supply of ammunition, and tobacco, and other necessary articles. I sent thirty beaver-skins, with directions what to purchase with their value, and had marked my initials on all of the skins. These letters were a mystery to the trader. He inquired of the Crows who had marked the skins with those letters. They told him it was a Crow, one of their braves, who had lived with the whites. Kipp, the trader, then sent an invitation to me to visit him at his fort. While our party was away, our village was attacked by a combined party of the Siouxs and Reke-rahs, numbering two thousand five hundred. So sudden was the attack that they inflicted consid-

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erable mischief upon us before we had a chance to collect our forces. But when we at length charged on them, it was decisive. We penetrated their ranks, throwing them into the direst confusion, and they withdrew, leaving two hundred and fifty-three dead on the field. Our loss was thirty-one killed, and one hundred and sixty wounded. They had supposed that nearly all the warriors had left the village, when but a small party had gone, and they met with such a reception as they little expected. I had three horses killed under me, and my faithful battle-axe was red with the blood of the enemy to the end of the haft; fourteen of the Siouxs had fallen beneath it.

Although we had taken such a number of scalps, there was no dancing or rejoicing. All were busied in attending the wounded, or mourning their relatives slain. Their mourning consists in cutting and hacking themselves on every part of the body, and keeping up a dismal moaning or howling for hours together. Many cut off their fingers in order to mourn through life, or, at least, to wear the semblance of mourning; hence the reason of so many Western Indians having lost one or more of their fingers, and of the scars which disfigure their bodies. The Crows fasten the remains of their dead in trees until their flesh is decayed; their skeletons are then taken down and inhumed in eaves. Sometimes, but not frequently, they kill the favorite horse of the deceased, and bury him at the foot of the tree; but that custom is not followed so strictly with them as with most other tribes.

I was pacifically engaged in trapping during the ensuing winter, and the season being open and pleasant, I met with great success. Could I have disposed of my peltry in St. Louis, I should have been as rich as I coveted.

In the month of March (1826), a small war-party of twenty men left our village on an excursion, and not one of them ever came back, their pack-dogs (used for carrying extra moccasins when a party goes to war) alone returning to intimate their fate. Another party was quickly dispatched, of whom I was appointed leader, and we soon came upon the remains of the massacred party, which yet bore the marks of the weapons that had laid them low. There were also many fresh Indian tracks about the place, which led us to the inference that there were enemies near. We made immediate search for them, and had only marched about six miles when we came upon a village of nine lodges, which we instantly assaulted, killing every man but two. These were on a hill near by, and as they made off we did not follow them. My personal trophies in this encounter were one scalp and the equipments of its wearer; one young girl of about fourteen years, and a little boy. We killed forty-eight of the enemy, and took six women prisoners, together with a large drove of horses, and a valuable stock of beaver, otter, and other skins, with which we

returned to the village. There was great rejoicing again (not one of our party was scratched), and the beaver-skins, to the number of one hundred and sixty-three, were bestowed upon me for my skill in command.

Before we made the assault we felt convinced that this was the party who had killed our missing friends, and our convictions were substantiated subsequently by recognizing several weapons in their possession which had formerly belonged to our braves; indeed, some of our women prisoners acknowledged that our departed brethren had killed many of their people.

The Crows treat the women whom they take prisoners much better than other tribes do. They do not impose upon them a harder lot than their own women endure, and they allow them to marry into the tribe, after which they are in equal fellowship with them. On finding themselves captives, they generally mourn a day, or two, but their grief quickly subsides, and they seem to care no farther for their violent removal from their own people. At this time the Crows were incessantly at war with all the tribes within their reach, with the exception of the Snakes and the Flat Heads; and they did not escape frequent ruptures with them, brought about by the Indians' universal obtuseness as to all law relating to the right of property in horses.

The Crows could raise an army of sixteen thousand warriors, and, although there were tribes much more numerous, there were none could match them in an open fight. The Camanches and Apaches have tilted lances with them repeatedly, and invariably to their discomfiture. If the Crows ever suffered defeat, it was when overwhelmed by numbers. One principal cause of their marked superiority was their plentiful supply of guns and ammunition, which the whites always more readily exchanged to them on account of their well-proved fidelity to the white man. When other tribes were constrained to leave their fire-arms in their lodges for want of ammunition, the Crows would have plenty, and could use their arms with great effect against an enemy which had only bow and arrows to shoot with. Further, they were the most expert horsemen of any Indian tribe, notwithstanding the great name bestowed upon the Camanches and Apaches — those two great terrors of Northern Mexico. I have seen them all, and consider myself in a position to judge, although some, perhaps, will say that I am prejudiced in favor of the Crows, seeing that I am one myself.

Previous to my going among the Crows, the smallpox had been ravaging their camp, carrying them away in thousands, until, as I was informed by themselves, their number was reduced by that fatal Indian scourge to little better than one half. None of their medicine would arrest its course.

After our last-mentioned victory, the Crows met with numerous reverses, which were attended

with severe loss of life. In their small war-parties going out on marauding expeditions I had never much confidence, although, individually, they were good warriors; therefore I never took part with them until six or eight of their parties would come back severely handled, and many of their braves slain. Thus their reverses accumulated until the whole village was one scene of mourning, numbers of them being self-mangled in the most shocking manner, and the blood trickling from their heads down to the ground. Some had lost a father, some a brother, some a sweetheart; in short, their appearance was too fearful to look upon, and their cries were too painful to hear.

When the last party came in, defeated with serious loss, I had just returned with a party from the pursuit of horse-thieves. We had brought in four scalps, and were performing the scalp-dance in honor of the event. On hearing the disastrous news of the return of the defeated party, we arrested the dance, and I retired into my lodge. Soon, however, a crowd of women came and lifted it directly from over me, leaving me in the open air. They then threw before me immense quantities of all kinds of goods, leggins, moccasins, and other things, until I was nearly covered with their miscellaneous offerings. I called out, "Enough! I am aroused. I will go with your warriors and revenge the death of your friends." They were all satisfied, and stood still. The news then circulated through the village that the Antelope was aroused, and himself going against the Cheyennes to revenge the death of their braves.

I had as yet met with no reverses since my translation. My medicine had always been good and true. I had never come home without scalps or spoils, and they began to associate my name with victory. The next day five hundred warriors rallied round me, among whom were some who had suffered recent defeat, and their minds were burning for revenge. I sent forward fifty spies, and moved cautiously on with the main body. My reputation was committed to my present success, and I took more than ordinary pains to vindicate the cause they had intrusted to my care. Every man was well armed and mounted, and I had full confidence in our ability to give a good account of double our number. My command were very curious to learn my tactics. On one occasion, when they were completely harassing me with endless inquiries respecting my plan of attack, I told them, if they would bring me a silver-gray fox, unhurt, my medicine would be complete, and that we were sure of a great victory. In a moment they left me, and shortly returned with a live fox, which they had caught in a surround. I ordered them to choke it to death, and then flay it: it was done, and the beautiful skin was handed to me. I wrapped it round my medicine bow, and made a brief speech, informing them that the cunning of the fox had descended upon my head, and that my wiles would

infallibly circumvent the enemy. Like another Alexander, I thus inspired confidence in the breasts of my soldiers, and the spirit I was infusing in others partly communicated itself to my own breast. Some of the spies now returned and informed me that they had discovered a village of Cheyennes containing thirty-seven lodges.

"Well," said I, after learning where it was, "now return and watch them strictly; if anything happens, acquaint me with it promptly."

Away they went, but soon returned again to report that the enemy had moved down the creek (which was then called Antelope Creek, a small tributary of the Missouri), had passed through the cañon, and were encamped at its mouth. I ordered them to send in all the spies except ten, and to direct those ten to keep a sharp look-out. I then determined to follow them down the cañon and attack them at the mouth, thus cutting off their retreat into the cañon; but again I was informed that the enemy had moved farther down, and had encamped in the edge of the timber, with the evident intention of remaining there. I approached their village with great caution, moving a few miles a day, until I occupied a position on a hill near it, where I had an almost bird's-eye view of the village underneath. I then sent all my extra horses, together with the boys and women, to the rear; I divided the warriors into three parties, reserving the smallest division of fifty men to myself. I placed the two chief divisions in juxtaposition, out of view of the enemy, and, with my small party, intended to descend upon the horses, thinking to draw them after me; my two concealed divisions would then inclose them as in a lane, and we, returning, would place them under a triple fire. I addressed them briefly, begging them to show the enemy they were Crows, and brave ones too, and that, if they would strictly obey my directions, we could retrieve all our recent reverses.

The two corps d'armée being in position, I was advancing with my small division, when we came suddenly upon two of the enemy, whom we instantly killed and scalped. We rode on, being in full sight of the enemy, but they made no offer to come out of their camp. We tried every means to provoke them to advance; we shook our two scalps at them, yet reeking with blood, and tantalized them all we could; but they would not move. To have charged them as they were situated would have entailed upon us severe loss. We had taken two scalps without loss of blood, more glorious in an Indian's estimation than to take one hundred if a single life was sacrificed. We had braved our foes; we had stamped them as cowards, which is almost equal to death; so, contenting myself with what was done, I concluded to draw off my forces and return home. We were received at the vil-

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But she was not to be put off. "You are a great brave," she said, "and braves have a right to paint the faces of their wives when they have killed the enemies of the Crows. I am a little girl now, I know; but if I am your wife, you will paint my face when you return from the war, and I shall be proud that I am the wife of a great brave, and can rejoice with the other women whose faces are painted by their brave husbands. You will also give me fine things, fine clothes, and scarlet cloth; and I can make you pretty leggins and moccasins, and take care of your war-horses and war implements."

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ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME 37-2015-00020446-CU-PT-NC TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: Petitioner Erlinda Marie Berlagdan Samuels filed a petition with this court for a decree changing names as follows: Present name: Erlinda Marie Berlagdan Samuels, to Proposed name Marie Borlagdan Samuels.

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ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME 37-2015-00021209-CU-PTCTL TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: Petitioner Andras Benedek filed a petition with this court for a decree changing names as follows: Present name: Andras Benedek, to Proposed name Andrew Benedek.

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: August 7, 2015, 8:30a.m., Department 46.

The address of the court is: Superior Court of California, County of San Diego, 330 W. Broadway, San Diego, CA., 92101, Central. 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 June 24, 2015. /s/David J. Danielsen, Judge of the Superior Court 7/02, 7/09, 7/16 and 7/23/2015 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-016111 The name of the business: El Tule Oaxaca Cuisine #2, located at 1514 Linda Vista Dr., San Marcos, CA. 92078. This business is hereby registered by the following: Guillermina E. Martinez Gonzalez and Hipolito Leo Martinez Cedillo 1514 Linda Vista Dr. San Marcos, Ca. 92078 This business is conducted by a married couple. First day of business was n/a. /s/Guillermina E. Martinzes Gonzalez This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 6/18/2015. 6/25, 7/02, 7/09 & 7/16/2015 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-016186 The name of the business: Med 2 U Mobile, located at 733 N. Ash Street, Escondido, CA. 92027. This business is hereby registered by the following: Lisa Hazard 485 N. Citrus AVe #50 Escondido, CA. 92027 Gabriela Santibanez 733 N. Ash Street Escondido, CA. 92027 This business is conducted by a General Partnership. First day of business was n/a. /s/Lisa Hazard This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 6/18/2015. 6/25, 7/02, 7/09 & 7/16/2015

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-016654 The name of the business: ClanMacaulay.com, located at 654 Banjo Ct., San Marcos, Ca. 92069. This business is hereby registered by the following: Mr. Beach, Inc. 654 Banjo Ct. San Marcos, CA. 92069 This business is conducted by corporation. First day of business was n/a. /s/James E. McAuley, Jr., President This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 6/24/2015. 7/02, 7/09, 7/16, and 7/23/2015 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-014433 The name of the business: K & M Custom Arts, located at 993 S Santa Fe., Ste C, Vista, CA. 92083. This business is hereby registered by the following: Monique Morton 32166 Via Vera Bonsall, CA. 92003 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was 6/1/15. /s/Monique Morton This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 6/01/2015. 6/25, 7/02, 7/09 & 7/16/2015 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-016199 The name of the business: Zacatecas Produce, Zacatecas Produce, Inc., located at 1991 Don Lee Place, Escndido, CA. 92029. This business is hereby registered by the following: Zacatecas Produce Inc. 1991 Don Lee Place Escondido, Ca. 92029 This business is conducted by a corporation. First day of business was n/a. /s/Alfredo Castro, President This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 6/18/2015. 6/25, 7/02, 7/09 & 7/16/2015

SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO VISTA DIVISION 325 S. Melrose Vista, Ca. 92081 760.201.8094 SUMMONS (Family Law) CASE NO. DN179777

NOTICE TO RESPONDENT: Alejandro Pascual Pascual You are being sued.

Petitioner’s name is: Maria Pascual Manuel

You have 30 calendar days after this Summons and Petition are served on you to file a Response (form FL-120 or FL-123) at the court and have a copy served on the petitioner. A letter or phone call will not protect you.

If you do not file your Response on time, the court may make orders affecting your marriage or domestic partnership your property, and custody of your children. You may be ordered to pay support and attorney fees and costs. If you cannot pay the filing fee, ask the clerk for a fee waiver form. For legal advice, contact a lawyer immediately. You can get information about finding lawyers at the California Courts Online Self-Help Center. www.courts.ca.gov/selfhelp), at the California Legal Services Web site (www.lawhelpca.org), or by contacting your local county bar association.

NOTICE: The restraining orders on page 2 are effective against both spouses or domestic partners until the petition is dismissed, a judgment is entered, or the court makes further orders. These orders are enforceable anywhere in California by any law enforcement officer who has received or seen a copy of them.

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1. The name and address of the court are NORTH COUNTY DIVISION, 325 S. Melrose Dr., Vista, CA. 92081. 2. The name, address, and telephone number of the petitioner’s attorney, or the petitioner without an attorney, are: Maria Pascual Manuel 226 W. Hawthorne Apt 2 Fallbrook, CA. 92028 760.421.3208 Date: July 28, 2014 Clerk, by /s/ R. Corona, Deputy

NOTICE TO THE PERSON SERVED: You are served as an individual. 7/02, 7/09, 7/16 & 7/23/2015

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-016983 The name of the business: Imperial Pool Service, located at 764 Bennett Ave., Escondido, CA. 92026. This business is hereby registered by the following: Daniel Velasco 764 Bennett Ave. Escondido, CA. 92026 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was n/a. /s/Daniel Velasco This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 6/29/2015. 7/02, 7/09, 7/16 & 7/23/2015

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-016682 The name of the business: Nestorations, located at 707 Costa Del Sur, San Marcos, CA. 92078. This business is hereby registered by the following: Sally Michelle Interiors, LLC 707 Costa Del Sur San Marcos, CA. 92078 This business is conducted by a Limited Liability Company. First day of business was n/a. /s/Sally M. Soricelli, President This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 6/24/2015. 7/02, 7/09, 7/16 & 7/23/2015

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ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME 37-201500021914-CU-PTNC TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: Petitioner Ruben Chubb Carrillo, Jr. filed a petition with this court for a decree changing names as follows: Present name: Ruben Chubb Carrillo, Jr., to Proposed name Hunter Ben Flores Carr. 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: August 18, 2015, 8 : 3 0 a . m . , Department 26. The address of the court is: North County Division, Superior Court of California, County of San Diego, 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 July 01, 2015. /s/William S. Dato, Judge of the Superior Court 7/09, 7/16, 7/23 and 7/30/2015

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-016194 The name of the business: Bike Vault, Inc., T.Ryx Recumbent Trikes, Inc., Dean Racing, Inc., Velocimobiles, Inc., located at 1322 E. Mission Road, San Marcos, CA. 92069. This business is hereby registered by the following: Tyrannosaurus, Inc. 2017 Arboles Place Escondido, CA. 92029 This business is conducted by a corporation. First day of business was 10/15/2006. /s/Terrence C. Dean, President This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 6/18/2015. 7/02, 7/09, 7/16 & 7/23/2015 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT

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NOTICE OF PETITION TO ADMINISTER ESTATE OF ELIZABETH ANN BURNS Case No. 37-2015-00019342PR-LA-CTL To all heirs, beneficiaries, creditors, contingent creditors, and persons who may otherwise be interested in the will or estate or both, of ELIZABETH ANN BURNS, AKA ELIZABETH PASSEN BURNS, AKA BETTYE A BURNS Petition for Probate has been filed by ERIN ERIKA HEGEDUS in the Superior Court of California, County of San Diego, 1409 Fourth Avenue, San Diego, CA. 92101, Madge Bradley Bldg. Central.. The Petition for Probate requests that ERIN ERIKA HEGEDUS be appointed as personal representative to administer the estate of the decedent.

The peition 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: 07/14/15 Time: 11AM. Dept: PC1 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 or personal delivery to you of a notice under Section 9052 of the California Probate Code. 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. 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. In Pro Persona Erin Erika Hegedus 1610 S. Atlantic Avenue, Apt A. Cocoa Beach, FL. 32931 760.215.9309 6/18, 6/25, 7/2 & 7/9/2015

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-015493 The name of the business: WJ Shafer, located at 1872 Lendee Drive, Escondido, CA. 92025. This business is hereby registered by the following: Weston Shafer 248 N. Van Ness Ave. Apt 4 Los Angeles, CA. 90004 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was n/a. /s/Weston J. Shafer This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 6/11/2015. 6/25, 7/02, 7/09 & 7/16 /2015 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-016176 The name of the business: Mamas BBQ, located at 532 12th Street, Imperial Beach, CA. 91932. This business is hereby registered by the following: Jennifer Loffredo 532 12th Street Imperial Beach, CA. 91932 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was n/a. /s/Jennifer Loffredo This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 6/18/2015. 6/25, 7/02, 7/09 & 7/16/2015

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ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME 37-201500016184-CU-PTNC TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: Petitioner Benham Hadi filed a petition with this court for a decree changing names as follows: Present name: Benham Hadi, to Proposed name Ben Hadi

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: July 21, 2015, 8 : 3 0 a . m . , Department 26.

The address of the court is: North County Division, Superior Court of California, County of San Diego, 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 June 01, 2015. /s/William S. Dato, Judge of the Superior Court 6/25, 7/02, 7/09, and 7/16/2015 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-016364 The name of the business: Shipshape Travel, located at 2023 Jenna Place, Escondido, CA. 92029. This business is hereby registered by the following: Cynthia Katz 2023 Jenna Place Escondido, CA. 92029 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was n/a. /s/Cynthia Katz This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 6/22/2015. 6/25, 7/02, 7/09 & 7/16/2015

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-016656 The name of the business: Silk, located at 3784 Mission Ave., Ste #149, Oceanside, CA. 92058. This business is hereby registered by the following: Abreshom Inc. 3784 Mission Ave., Ste #149 Oceanside, CA. 92058 This business is conducted by a corporation. First day of business was 6/01/2015. /s/Mariam Ahbarzad, CEO This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 6/24/2015. 7/02, 7/09, 7/16 & 7/23/2015

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-017093 The name of the business: Street Mobile Notary, located at 218 Via Las Brisas, San Marcos, CA. 92069. This business is hereby registered by the following: Patricia Street 216 Via Las Brisas San Marcos, CA. 92069 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was 6/03/2015. /s/Patricia Street This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 6/30/2015. 7/09, 7/16, 7/23 & 7/30/2015

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-015274 The name of the business: Lora at the Keyboard, located at 1195 La Moree Rd., #63, San Marcos, Ca. 92078. This business is hereby registered by the following: Lora Clark 1195 La Moree Rd. #63 San Marcos, CA. 92078 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was 6/1/2003. /s/Lora Clark This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 6/09/2015. 6/25, 7/02, 7/09 & 7/16/2015 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-014589 The name of the business: Samurai Pool Cleaning, located at 508 E. Barham Dr., #122, San Marcos, CA. 92078. This business is hereby registered by the following: Isaiah Tegardine 508 E. Barham Dr. #122 San Marcos, CA. 92078 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was n/a. /s/Isaiah Tegardine This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 6/02/2015. 7/02, 7/09, 7/16, & 7/23/2015.

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-017329 The name of the business: Chic Fountains, ChicFountains.com, located at 1157 Calle Del Baston, San Marcos, CA. 92078. This business is hereby registered by the following: Erika Zieba 1157 Calle Del Baston San Marcos, CA. 92078. This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was n/a. /s/Erika Zieba This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 7/02/2015. 7/09, 7/16, 7/23 & 7/30/2015.

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-017526 The name of the business: Mi Aldea #2, Tipica Qanjobal, located at 1303 S. Escondido Blvd., Escondido, CA. 92025. This business is hereby registered by the following: Pablo Tomas 7855 Wendover Dr. Riverside, CA. 92509 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was n/a. /s/Pablo Tomas This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 7/06/2015. 7/09, 7/16, 7/23 & 7/30/2015.

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-017206 The name of the business: Dream Design & Window Fashion Company, located at 1759 Grain Mill Rd., San Marcos, CA. 92078. This business is hereby registered by the following: Sima Savarani 1759 Grain Mill Rd. San Marcos, Ca. 92078 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was n/a. /s/Sma Savarani This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 7/01/2015. 7/16, 7/23, 7/30 & 8/06/2015.

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-017796 The name of the business: Prontos’ Gourmet Market, located at 2812 Roosevelt St., Carlsbad, CA. 92008. This business is hereby registered by the following: Sylvia Daoussis 3490 Highland Drive Carlsbad, CA. 92008 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was 3/15/1995. /s/Sylvia Savarani This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 7/08/2015. 7/16, 7/23, 7/30 & 8/06/2015.

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-017618 The name of the business: AP Jewelers, located at 341 Flower Hill, San Marcos, CA. 92078. This business is hereby registered by the following: Anthony Padilla 341 Flower Hill San Marcos, Ca. 92078 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was n/a. /s/Anthony Padilla This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 7/07/2015 7/16, 7/23, 7/30 & 8/06/2015.

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-017588 The name of the business: Charmed . . . I’m sure, located at 454 Sunrise Drie East, Vista, CA., 92084. This business is hereby registered by the following: Deborah E. Burt 454 Sunrise Drive East Vista, Ca. 92084 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was 7/1/15. /s/Deborah E. Burt This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 7/07/2015 7/16, 7/23, 7/30 & 8/06/2015.


LEGALS

The Paper RESOLUTION NO. 2015-8083

A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SAN MARCOS DECLARING ITS INTENTION TO PROVIDE FOR AN ANNUAL LEVY AND COLLECTION OF ASSESSMENTS FOR STREET MAINTENANCE IN THE VALLECITOS TOWN CENTER STREET MAINTENANCE DISTRICT, AND SETTING A TIME AND PLACE FOR A PUBLIC HEARING THEREON. WHEREAS, the CITY COUNCIL of the CITY OF SAN MARCOS, CALIFORNIA, on October 12, 1999, by Resolution No. 99-5300, previously formed a street maintenance district pursuant to the terms and provisions of the "Landscaping and Lighting Act of 1972," being Division 15, Part 2 of the Streets and Highways Code of the State of California, as amended by the City per Ordinance 99-1071, in what is known and designated as VALLECITOS TOWN CENTER STREET MAINTENANCE DISTRICT (hereinafter referred to as the "District"); and WHEREAS, the annual assessments have been based on a method of spread approved yearly within the Engineer's Report; and WHEREAS, at this time, the City Council is desirous of taking the necessary proceedings to provide for the annual levy of assessments for the next ensuing fiscal year, to provide for the costs and expenses necessary for continual maintenance, and traffic signals and energy costs within said District; and WHEREAS, at this time there has been presented and approved by this City Council, the Preliminary Engineer's Report as required by law, and this City Council is desirous of proceeding with the proceedings for said annual levy. NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY RESOLVED AS FOLLOWS: SECTION 1. That the above recitals are true and correct. PUBLIC INTEREST. SECTION 2. That the public interest and convenience requires, and it is the intention of the City Council, to undertake proceedings for the annual levy and collection of special assessments for the Vallecitos Town Center continual street, and traffic signal maintenance, all to serve and benefit said District as said area is shown and delineated on an Assessment Diagram map as previously approved by this City Council and on file in the Office of the City Clerk, open to public inspection, and herein so referenced and made a part hereof, and proposed changes thereto are as set forth in the Preliminary Engineer's Report, incorporated herein as a part hereof. REPORT. SECTION 3. That the Preliminary Engineer's Report regarding the annual levy for said District, which Report is for maintenance for the Fiscal Year 20152016 is hereby approved and is directed to be filed in the Office of the City Clerk. ASSESSMENT. SECTION 4. That the public interest and convenience requires, and it is the intention of this City Council to order the annual assessment levy for the District as set forth and described in said Engineer's Report, and further it is determined to be in the best public interest and convenience to levy and collect annual assessments to pay the costs and expenses of said maintenance and improvement as estimated in said Report. This year's assessment is proposed to be $28,509.69. DESCRIPTION OF MAINTENANCE. SECTION 5. The

assessments levied and collected shall be for the maintenance of certain street and traffic signal areas, including but not limited to, pavement, curb and gutter, sidewalk, traffic signals and appurtenant facilities for residential, commercial and industrial development within the boundary. Reference is made to the Preliminary Engineer's Report, incorporated by reference, which contains a full and detailed description of the improvements, boundaries of the assessment district and any zones therein, and the proposed assessments upon assessable lots and parcels of land within the District. FUTURE ASSESSMENTS. SECTION 6. That the public interest and convenience requires, and it is the intention of this City Council to consider and adopt an assessment formula for future assessments. Said future assessments shall not exceed the assessment formula so adopted. COUNTY AUDITOR. SECTION 7. The County Auditor shall enter on the County Assessment Roll the amount of the assessments, and shall collect said assessments at the time and in the same manner as County taxes are collected. After collection by the County, the net amount of the assessments, after the deduction of any compensation due to the County for collection, shall be paid to the treasurer for purposes of paying the costs and expenses of said District. SPECIAL FUND. SECTION 8. That all monies collected shall be deposited in a SPECIAL FUND designated by the name of this District. Payment shall be made out of said Fund only for the purpose provided for in the Resolution. In order to expedite the making of this maintenance and improvement, the City Council may transfer into said Special Fund, from any available source, such funds as it may deem necessary to expedite the proceedings. Any funds so transferred shall be repaid out of the proceeds of the assessments provided for in this Resolution. BOUNDARIES OF DISTRICT. SECTION 9. Said contemplated maintenance work is, in the opinion of this City Council, of direct benefit to the properties within the boundaries of the District, and this City Council makes the costs and expenses of said maintenance chargeable upon a district, which district said City Council hereby declares to be the district benefited by said improvement and maintenance, and to be further assessed to pay the costs and expenses thereof. Said District shall include each and every parcel of land within the boundaries of said District, as said District is shown on an Assessment Diagram as approved by this City Council and on file in the Office of the City Clerk, and so designated by the name of the District. PUBLIC PROPERTY. SECTION 10. Any lots or parcels of land known as public property, as the same are defined in Section 2263 of Division 15, Part 2 of the Streets and Highways Code of the State of California, which are included within the boundaries of the District, shall be omitted and exempt from any assessment to be made under these proceedings to cover any of the costs and expenses of said improvement and maintenance work. PUBLIC HEARING. SECTION 11. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT TUESDAY, THE 28TH DAY OF JULY, 2015, AT THE HOUR OF 6:00 O'CLOCK P.M., IN

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THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL, BEING THE COUNCIL CHAMBERS, IS THE TIME AND PLACE FIXED BY THIS CITY COUNCIL FOR THE HEARING OF PROTESTS OR OBJECTIONS IN REFERENCE TO THE ANNUAL LEVY OF ASSESSMENTS, TO THE EXTENT OF THE MAINTENANCE, AND ANY OTHER MATTERS CONTAINED IN THIS RESOLUTION. ANY PERSONS WHO WISH TO OBJECT TO THE PROCEEDINGS FOR THE ANNUAL LEVY SHOULD FILE A WRITTEN PROTEST WITH THE CITY CLERK PRIOR TO THE TIME SET AND SCHEDULED FOR SAID PUBLIC HEARING. NOTICE. SECTION 12. That the City Clerk is hereby authorized and directed to publish a copy of this Resolution in The Paper, a newspaper of general circulation within said City, said publication to be not less than ten (10) days before the date set for the Public Hearing described above. EFFECTIVE DATE. SECTION 13. That this Resolution shall take effect immediately upon its adoption. PROCEEDINGS INQUIRIES. SECTION 14. For any and all information relating to the proceedings, protest procedure, any documentation and/or information of a procedural or technical nature, your attention is directed to the person designated below: PROCEDURAL INQUIRIES: Phillip Scollick, City Clerk, City of San Marcos, 1 Civic Center Drive, San Marcos, CA 92069, Telephone 760.744.1050; TECHNICAL INQUIRIES: Peter Kuey, Principal Civil Engineer, City of San Marcos, 1 Civic Center Drive, San Marcos, CA 92069, Telephone: 760-744-1050, X3210. PASSED, APPROVED, and ADOPTED by the City Council of the City San Marcos this 23rd day of June, 2015, by the following roll call vote: AYES: COUNCILMEMBERS: JENKINS, JONES, ORLANDO; NOES: NONE; ABSENT: DESMOND, JABARA. APPROVED: REBECCA JONES, VICE MAYOR, CITY OF SAN MARCOS; ATTEST: Phillip Scollick, CITY CLERK, CITY OF SAN MARCOS, STATE OF CALIFORNIA Phillip Scollick, City Clerk, City of San Marcos PD: 7/16/15 RESOLUTION NO. 2015 8085

A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SAN MARCOS DECLARING ITS INTENTION TO PROVIDE FOR AN ANNUAL LEVY AND COLLECTION OF ASSESSMENTS FOR MAINTENANCE IN LANDSCAPING AND LIGHTING DISTRICT NO. 1, AND SETTING A TIME AND PLACE FOR A PUBLIC HEARING THEREON. WHEREAS, the CITY COUNCIL of the CITY OF SAN MARCOS, CALIFORNIA, on June 9, 1981, by Resolution No. 81-1592, previously formed a street lighting district pursuant to the terms and provisions of the "Landscaping and Lighting Act of 1972," being Division 15, Part 2 of the Streets and Highways Code of the State of California, in what is known and designated as LANDSCAPING AND LIGHTING DISTRICT NO. 1 (hereinafter referred to as the "District"); and, WHEREAS, since the formation of the District in 1981, the District has levied annual assessments and was expanded in 1986 to include landscaping maintenance; and, WHEREAS, the

annual assessments have been based on a method of spread approved yearly within the Engineer's Report; and WHEREAS, at this time, the City Council is desirous of taking the necessary proceedings to provide for the annual levy of assessments for the next ensuing fiscal year, to provide for the costs and expenses necessary for continual maintenance of landscaping and lighting improvements within said District; and, WHEREAS, at this time there has been presented and approved by this City Council, the Preliminary Engineer's Report as required by law, and this City Council is desirous of proceeding with the proceedings for said annual levy. NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY RESOLVED AS FOLLOWS: SECTION 1. That the above recitals are true and correct. PUBLIC INTEREST. SECTION 2. That the public interest and convenience requires, and it is the intention of the City Council, to undertake proceedings for the annual levy and collection of special assessments for the continual maintenance of certain landscaping and lighting improvements, all to serve and benefit said District as said area is shown and delineated on a map as previously approved by this City Council and on file in the Office of the City Clerk, open to public inspection, and herein so referenced and made a part hereof, and proposed changes thereto are as set forth in the Preliminary Engineer's Report, incorporated herein as a part hereof. REPORT. SECTION 3. That the Preliminary Engineer's Report regarding the annual levy for said District, which Report is for maintenance for the fiscal year 2015-2016, is hereby approved and is directed to be filed in the Office of the City Clerk. ASSESSMENT. SECTION 4. That the public interest and convenience requires, and it is the intention of this City Council to order the annual assessment levy for the District as set forth and described in said Engineer's Report, and further it is determined to be in the best public interest and convenience to levy and collect annual assessments to pay the costs and expenses of said maintenance and improvement as estimated in said Report. This year's assessment is proposed to be $531,687.00. There has not been an increase in the assessments. DESCRIPTION OF MAINTENANCE. SECTION 5. The assessments levied and collected shall be for the maintenance of certain landscaped areas, including but not limited to, medians, parkways, open space areas, and lighting improvements for residential, commercial and industrial development within the City's jurisdictional boundaries. Reference is made to the Preliminary Engineer's Report, incorporated by reference, which contains a full and detailed description of the improvements, boundaries of the assessment district and any zones therein, and the proposed assessments upon assessable lots and parcels of land within the District. FUTURE ASSESSMENTS. SECTION 6. That the public interest and convenience requires, and it is the intention of this City Council to consider and adopt an assessment formula for future assessments. Said future assessments shall not exceed the assessment formula so adopted. COUNTY AUDITOR. SECTION 7. The County Auditor shall enter on the County Assessment Roll

the amount of the assessments, and shall collect said assessments at the time and in the same manner as County taxes are collected. After collection by the County, the net amount of the assessments, after the deduction of any compensation due to the County for collection, shall be paid to the treasurer for purposes of paying the costs and expenses of said District. SPECIAL FUND. SECTION 8. That all monies collected shall be deposited in a SPECIAL FUND designated by the name of this District. Payment shall be made out of said Fund only for the purpose provided for in the Resolution. In order to expedite the making of this maintenance and improvement, the City Council may transfer into said Special Fund, from any available source, such funds as it may deem necessary to expedite the proceedings. Any funds so transferred shall be repaid out of the proceeds of the assessments provided for in this Resolution. BOUNDARIES OF DISTRICT. SECTION 9. Said contemplated maintenance work is, in the opinion of this City Council, of direct benefit to the properties within the boundaries of the District, and this City Council makes the costs and expenses of said maintenance chargeable upon a district, which district said City Council hereby declares to be the district benefited by said improvement and maintenance, and to be further assessed to pay the costs and expenses thereof. Said District shall include each and every parcel of land within the boundaries of said District, as said District is shown on a map as approved by this City Council and on file in the Office of the City Clerk, and so designated by the name of the District. PUBLIC PROPERTY. SECTION 10. Any lots or parcels of land known as public property, as the same are defined in Section 2263 of Division 15, Part 2 of the Streets and Highways Code of the State of California, which are included within the boundaries of the District, shall be omitted and exempt from any assessment to be made under these proceedings to cover any of the costs and expenses of said improvement and maintenance work. PUBLIC HEARING. SECTION 11. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT TUESDAY, THE 28TH DAY OF JULY, 2015, AT THE HOUR OF 6:00 O'CLOCK P.M., IN THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL, BEING THE COUNCIL CHAMBERS, IS THE TIME AND PLACE FIXED BY THIS CITY COUNCIL FOR THE HEARING OF PROTESTS OR OBJECTIONS IN REFERENCE TO THE ANNUAL LEVY OF ASSESSMENTS, TO THE EXTENT OF THE MAINTENANCE, AND ANY OTHER MATTERS CONTAINED IN THIS RESOLUTION. ANY PERSONS WHO WISH TO OBJECT TO THE PROCEEDINGS FOR THE ANNUAL LEVY SHOULD FILE A WRITTEN PROTEST WITH THE CITY CLERK PRIOR TO THE TIME SET AND SCHEDULED FOR SAID PUBLIC HEARING. NOTICE. SECTION 12. That the City Clerk is hereby authorized and directed to publish a copy of this Resolution in the North County Times, a newspaper of general circulation within said City, said publication to be not less than ten (10) days before the date set for the Public Hearing described above. EFFECTIVE DATE. SECTION 13. That this Resolution shall take effect

immediately upon its adoption. PROCEEDINGS INQUIRIES. SECTION 14. For any and all information relating to the proceedings, protest procedure, any documentation and/or information of a procedural or technical nature, your attention is directed to the person designated below: PROCEDURAL INQUIRIES: PHILLIP SCOLLICK, City Clerk, City of San Marcos, 1 Civic Center Drive, San Marcos, CA 92069, Telephone: 760.744.1050; TECHNICAL INQUIRIES: Peter Kuey, Principal Civil Engineer, City of San Marcos, City of San Marcos, 1 Civic Center Drive, San Marcos, CA 92069, Telephone: 760.744.1050, X3210. PASSED, APPROVED, and ADOPTED by the City Council of the City San Marcos this 23rd day of June, 2015, by the following roll call vote: AYES: COUNCILMEMBERS JENKINS, JONES, ORLANDO; NOES: NONE; ABSENT: DESMOND, JABARA. APPROVED: REBECCA JONES, VICE MAYOR, CITY OF SAN MARCOS; ATTEST: PHILLIP SCOLLICK, CITY CLERK, CITY OF SAN MARCOS, STATE OF CALIFORNIA. Phillip Scollick, City Clerk, City of San Marcos PD: 7/16/15 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-017372 The name of the business: A L Stewart Enterprises, located at 391 Cmino Carta, San Marcos, CA. 920787994 This business is hereby registered by the following: Aubrey Stewart 391 Camino Carta San Marcos, CA. 92078-7994 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was 3/9/15. /s/Aubrey L. Stewart, Owner This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 7/02/2015 7/16, 7/23, 7/30 & 8/06/2015. FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-017089 The name of the business: Building Up American, located at 3003 Guajome Lake Rd., Oceanside, CA. 92057. This business is hereby registered by the following: Charles Miller 3003 Guajome Lake Rd. Oceanside, CA. 92057 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was 12.15.2014. /s/Charles Miller This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 6/30/2015 7/16, 7/23, 7/30 & 8/06/2015. FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-018035 The name of the business: The Look Out, located at 4891 Surrealist Ct., Oceanside, Ca. 92057. This business is hereby registered by the following: Lindsey Morales 4891 Surrealist Ct. Oceanside, Ca. 92057 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was n/a. /s/Lindsey Morales This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 7/10/2015 7/16, 7/23, 7/30 & 8/06/2015.

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‘Mountain Man’ Cont. from Page 15

The little innocent used such powerful appeals that, notwithstanding I had already seven wives and a lodge for each, I told her she might be my wife. I took her to the lodge of one of my married sisters, told her that the little girl was my wife, and that she would make her a good wood-carrier, and that she must dress her up finely as became the spouse of a brave. My sister was much pleased, and cheerfully carried out all my requests. As I shall have occasion to speak of this little girl again, in connection with the medicine lodge, I shall say comparatively little of her at this time. I spent the summer very agreeably, being engaged most of the time in hunting buffalo and trapping beaver. I had now accumulated three full packs, worth in market three thousand dollars.

One day I took a fancy to hunt mountain sheep, and for company took my little wife with me. She was particularly intelligent, and I found by her conversation that she surpassed my other wives in sense. She was full of talk, and asked all manner of questions concerning my travels among the great lodges and villages of the white man; if the white squaws were as pretty as herself; and an endless variety of questions. I felt greatly pleased with her piquant curiosity, and imparted much information to her. Fixing her deep black eyes full upon mine, she at length said, "I intend, some time in my life, to go into the medicine lodge." I looked at her with astonishment. The dedication of a female to the service of the Great Spirit is a dangerous attempt. Like all forms of imposture, it requires a peculiar talent and fitness in the candidate who seeks to gain admission into the sacred lodge. The war-path secret is associated with the ministration, with many other fearful ceremonies. The woman who succeeds in her ambitious project is an honored participant in the sacred service of the Deity through life; but where one succeeds numbers fail, and the failure entails instant death. Three years subsequent to this conversation, I shall have to relate how my little wife, in the breathless silence of ten thousand warriors, passed the fiery ordeal in safety, and went triumphantly into the lodge of the Great Spirit.

I had good success in hunting, killing a great number of sheep, and carried their skins with me to the village. On arriving, I called at the lodge of my allied brother, who insisted on my entering and taking a meal. I accepted his offer, while my little wife ran home to communicate my great success in hunting. Our meal consisted of strips of dried buffalo tongue, which, as the Indians did not half cook it, was a dish I never partook of. What was served me on this occasion, however, was well done, and I ate a hearty meal. Supper completed, I was praising the viands, and chanced to inquire what dish I had been eating. The woman replied that it was tongue, and expressed by her looks that I must have known

what it was. My friend, knowing that I had departed from my rule, inferred that I had infringed my medicine, and he started up in horror, shouting, "Tongue! tongue! you have ruined his medicine! should our hero be slain in battle, you are a lost woman." The poor woman was half dead with fear, her features expressing the utmost horror.

I issued from the lodge, bellowing in imitation of the buffalo, protruding my tongue, and pawing up the ground like a bear in fury. This was in order to remove the spell that had settled over me, and recover the strength of my medicine. I recovered at length, and proceeded toward my lodge, commiserated by a large crowd, who all deplored the taking of the food as a lamentable accident. That same evening the village was notified by the crier that on the following day there would be a surround, and all were summoned to attend. I accompanied the party, and the surround was made, several hundred buffaloes being inclosed. On charging among them to dispatch them, we discovered seven Black Foot Indians, who, finding retreat cut off from them, had hastily provided themselves with a sand fort. I struck one of the victims with a willow I had in my hand, and retired thereupon, declaring I had wounded the first enemy. This, I believe I have before mentioned, is a greater honor than to slay any number in battle. I had retired to a short distance, and was standing looking at the fight, when a bullet, discharged from the fort, struck the dagger in my belt, and laid me breathless on the ground. Recovering immediately, I arose, and found myself bleeding at the mouth. Imagining the ball had penetrated some vital place, I gave myself up for dead. I was carried to the village by scores of warriors, who, with me, supposed my wound to be mortal, and were already deploring their warrior's fall. The medicine men surrounded me, and searched for my wound; but, behold! there was only a small discoloration to be seen; the skin was not perforated. The ball was afterward found where I fell, flattened as if struck with a hammer. It was then declared that I would recover. The enemy's bullets flattened in contact with my person — my medicine was infallible — I was impenetrable to wound! I did not afford them any light on the matter.

As soon as the poor woman who had entertained me at supper heard that I was wounded, she left for another village, and was not seen again for six months. Supposing herself to have been instrumental in destroying my medicine, and knowing that, if I died, her life would pay the forfeit of her carelessness, she did not dare to return. She chanced to see me unharmed at the village where she had taken refuge, and then she knew her life was redeemed.

While the doctor and medicine men were going through their spells and incantations previous to uncovering my wound, my relatives, in their solicitude for my life, offered profuse rewards if they would save me. Some offered

twenty horses, some fifty, some more, in proportion as their wealth or liberality prompted. The doctors ransomed my life, and they received over five hundred horses for their achievement.

One day a slight dispute arose between one of the braves and myself about some trivial matter, and as both of us were equally obstinate in maintaining our views, we both became angry. My disputant remarked with great superciliousness, "Ugh! you pretend to be a brave, but you are no brave." We drew our battle-axes at the same instant, and rushed at each other, but before either had an opportunity to strike, the pipe was thrust between us, compelling us to desist, to disobey which is instant death. This is the duty of certain Indians, who occupy the position of policemen in a city. They then said to my antagonist, "You said that ' Big Bowl' was no brave. You lied; we all know that he is brave; our enemies can testify to it, and you dare not deny it any more. Hereafter, if you wish to show which is the greatest brave, wait until you meet the enemy, then we can decide; but never again attempt to take each other's lives."

This interference procured peace. It was not long, however, before we both had a good opportunity to determine the question of our valor. A small party of thirty warriors was embodied, myself and my antagonist being of the number. After a short march we fell in with a war-party of eighteen Cheyennes, who, notwithstanding the disparity of numbers, accepted battle, well knowing that escape was impossible. I pointed out one of the enemy (who I could see by his dress and the peculiarity of his hair was a chief). "You see him?" I said. "Well, we can decide which is the best man now. You charge directly against him by my side."

This he readily assented to, but still I could detect in his countenance an expression which I deciphered, "I would rather not." I saw the Indian we were about to attack open the pan of his gun, and give it a slight tap with his hand to render its discharge certain. He presented his piece, and took the most deliberate aim as we advanced side by side to the attack. The death of one of us seemed inevitable, and I did not like the feeling of suspense. A few spurrings of our chargers, and we were upon him. I seized the muzzle of his gun at the very instant that it exploded, and cut him down with the battle-axe in my right hand. My left cheek was filled with the powder from the discharge, the stains of which remain to this day. My rival did not even strike at the Indian I had killed. He then said to me, "You are truly a great warrior and a great brave; I was wrong in saying what I did. We are now good friends."

Our few enemies were quickly exterminated, the loss on our side being four wounded, including my powder-wound. My fame was still farther celebrated, for I had again struck down the first man, who

was a great chief, and had actually charged up to the muzzle of his gun, what few Indians have the stamina to do. On our return with the spoils of victory we were warmly congratulated by the tribe, and I was still farther ennobled by the additional name of Bull's Robe, conferred on me by my father.

It was now the fall of the year. I had been a Crow for many moons. It was time to repair to the trading post to obtain what articles we needed. I determined to accompany the party, and at least attend to the sale of my own effects. What peltry I had was worth three thousand dollars in St. Louis, and I was solicitous to obtain something like an equivalent in exchange for it. We proceeded to Fort Clarke, on the Missouri. I waited until the Indians had nearly completed their exchanges, speaking nothing but Crow language, dressed like a Crow, my hair as long as a Crow's, and myself as black as a crow. No one at the post doubted my being a Crow. Toward the conclusion of the business, one of my tribe inquired in his own language for "be-has-i-pe-hish-a." The clerk could not understand his want, and there was none of the article in sight for the Indian to point out. He at length called Kipp to see if he could divine the Indian's meaning. I then said in English, "Gentlemen, that Indian wants scarlet cloth."

If a bomb-shell had exploded in the fort they could not have been more astonished. "Ah," said one of them, "you speak English! Where did you learn it?" "With the white man."

"How long were you with the whites?" More than twenty years." "Where did you live with them?" "In St. Louis."

"In St. Louis! in St. Louis! You have lived twenty years in St. Louis!"

Then they scanned me closely from head to foot, and Kipp said, "If you have lived twenty years in St. Louis, I'll swear you are no Crow." No I am not." Editor’s Note: In the next series of journal entries you’ll learn how the adventures turned out with James Beckwourth and his Crow Indian brethren.

Some of the future episodes include Great Loss of Horses in the Mountains.— Destructive Battle with the Black Feet.—Storming of their Natural Fort.— Trouble with the Cheyennes. We try to feature Journal Entires of Mr. Beckwourth about once a month. We, as your editor, find this account as fascinating as so many of you do and cannot wait for the next series of journal entries to appear. He was quite an explorer, quite an adventurer. Stay tuned! We’ll have more adventures soon!


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