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Volume 45 - No. 28

July 30, 2015

by lyle e davis

Editor’s Note: Back when times were tough in this nation, the government wisely put together a package known as the Work Project Administration (WPA). Within this program was the Federal Writer’s Project, where more than 300 writers from 24 states would gather almost 300 documents that featured parts of our history and the people that made that history.

It makes for fascinating reading and lets us look in on the lifes of those who came before us and see what they endured. The documents produced not only kept writers busy and gave them a source of income, but preserved an important element of our history in the process.

Their documents, typically 2,000 to 15,000 words in length, varied from narratives to reports to case histories.

They chronicle vivid life stories of Americans who lived at the turn of the century and include tales of meeting Billy the Kid, surviving the 1871 Chicago fire, pioneer journeys out West, grueling factory work, and the immigrant experience. The documents often describe the informant’s physical appearance, family, education, income, occupation, political views, religion and mores.

Here, then, is a sampling of this wonderful project. For certain, we will have more published in The Paper in the future: FOLKLORE NEW YORK

STATE New York NAME OF WORKER May Swenson ADDRESS 228 W. 22 St., Manhattan DATE August 8/18/30 SUBJECT Reminiscence of Bronx, 1885 Mrs. J. Elterich 1. Date and time of interview August 7, 1938. 10 A. M. 2. Place of interview home of Mrs. John Elterich 4800 Barnes Ave. Bronx Description of room, houses surroundings, etc.: Large frame private residence, lawn and shrubs. Rooms furnished in a style once considered elegant - too ornate and cluttered for current taste of modern severity. Many family pictures and relics on walls and about room. Ancestry: German on father's and mother's side. Description of informant: Proud carriage. Strong German fea-

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tures, grey, hair, blue eyes. Large frame. Kind, indulgent, cooperative. REMINISCENCE OF BRONX, 1885 THE FROG HOLLOW GANG

When I was in my teens, we lived near 149th Street at the corner of Cortlandt and Morris Avenues. And at the end of the block was a ravine with a little creek running through it. A gang of petty thieves lived down there much like hoboes in a “jungle” - in shacks they had, oh, I guess, nailed together or plastered together out of wooden slats and sheets of tin. They were known as the Frog Hollow Gang, for the ravine was full of frogs what with the river and all and it being rather swampy.

Our neighborhood was scared to death of the Frog Hollow Gang and every door was barred at night. Some of the neighbors kept a light burning in the hall all night. It was said that those men could see in the dark like cats or owls but couldn't see in daylight and that if you kept a light burning they would be blinded and would go away. Of course my

father pooh-poohed that idea, but we children used to believe it.

Our mothers used to scold us children by saying, “Don't do this or don't do that or the Frog Hollow Gang will get you!”

Funny, but now that I think of it I can't recall a single person around our place who ever was robbed by the gang. But there were their shacks down in the hollow and once in a while we'd catch sight of one of them fishing in the creek when we kids would stand on the edge of the hollow in daylight and look down, you know. Finally the police came along and cleaned them out and the City made a sort of park out of Frog Hollow — a pretty little place too. But we children always felt queer about going there to play — and at night especially, with the sound of the frogs and all, nobody would go near it. NICKNAMES ITALIAN FOLKLORE

NEW YORK DATE October 17, 1938 NAME OF WORKER May Swenson SUBJECT NICKNAMES AND

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THEIR SOURCES - ITALY 1. Date and time of interview October 18, 1938, 2 to 4:30 PM 2. Place of interview 2910 Avenue D, Brooklyn 3. Name and address of informant Vincent Viola D'Atri 2910 Ave. D., Brooklyn Description of room, house, surroundings, etc. Mr. D'Atri lives in bachelor quarters which he sublets from an Italian family at the above address.

He is Italian, as are both father and mother Place and date of birth: Sara Cena, Italy, 1900 Moved to New York about 9 years ago Family: Two brothers, two sisters Education: Public school in Italy. Private study of the English language, and night school in New York Occupations and accomplishments: Factory worker in machine industries; typewriters, sewing machines. Special skills and interests: Interested in music; plays accordian and mouth-organ. Has written poetry and articles for American-Italian publications. 9. Description of informant: Mr. Vincent Viola D'Atri is a


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short plump man, with smooth dark features, clean shaven, his glistening black hair parted on the side, and brushed in a semicircle above his forehead. Very mellow, large brown eyes; full lips. His whole appearance and manner is reserved, polite, smiling, and his voice has a melodious lilt, emphasized by a heavy, but charming accent. While talking, he moves his plump little hands with agility; and when trying to think of a word that is slow in coming off the tip of his tongue, the thumb and forefinger of his left hand go to his brow; sporadic wrinkles appear in a sharp V over the bridge of his nose. When I interviewed him, he was very neatly and modestly attired in a dark blue suit, white pinstripes, pale blue-green shirt, and a silk, salmon-colored tie. He wore yellow oxfords, highly polished, with the toes coming to a perfect point. Text of Interview (Unedited) DATE October 18, 1938

This is really happen to an uncle of mine — Uncle Vincent, of which I am christened; he went from our little village (Sara Cena, Italy, 4,000 inhabitants) in the south of Italy, to America and stayed there five or six years, then he came back to Italy. This was some years ago; then when the people there living in the village welcomed back their neighbor who have been

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

A father was approached by his small son who told him proudly, "I know what the Bible means!" "Okay," said his father. "What does the Bible mean?"

"That's easy, Daddy..." the young boy replied excitedly, "It stands for 'Basic Information Before Leaving Earth.' ••••• There was a very gracious lady who was mailing an old family Bible to her brother in another part of the country. "Is there anything breakable in here?" asked the postal clerk.

over in U.S., they were very friendly and curious and asking him about all that he had seen and done in his travels and in America. Naturally, in America they are very interested.

My Uncle had learned a slang of America: “Shut up!” And he said this word whenever he was talking of his experience, meaning you see, to impress with his new learning of the U.S. language, all his friends. He kept saying this word so much, and not ever what it meant, and his friends heard him, and soon they were calling him by that word, “Shut up.” That is the way is often done in Italy, a man called by not his name, but other name of which he reminds by his speech, or something he is doing, or such like that...see? So my Uncle Vincent become “Shut up” and went after that in his town by that name. There was another man I am knowing in Italy; he they call “Golden Chain”. For why they call him that, “Golden Chain”? Because when coming from a big town in North, and after many years away, coming back to his village there, he have got wealthy and have brought a gold watch and chain hanging across his middle of his 2 suit; the chain, a fine gold chain they seen hanging. The word, Golden Chain, in Italian it is “L'oro [Giao?]”. That what they call him “L'oro Giao”..a man of the Golden Chain become his name there. Well, you ask me now, I think of “Shep di Sciasciao”; he have of his christening the name “Joseph” an'

"Only the Ten Commandments," answered the lady. ••••• Somebody has said there are only two kinds of people in the world.

There are those who wake up in the morning and say, "Good morning, Lord," and there are those who wake up in the morning and say, "Good Lord, it's morning." ••••• There is the story of a pastor who got up one Sunday and announced to his congregation: "I have good news and bad news.

The good news is, we have enough money to pay for our new building program. The bad news is, it's still out there in your pockets." ••••• While driving in Pennsylvania, a family caught up to an Amish carriage. The owner of the carriage obviously had a sense of humor, because attached to the back of the carriage was a hand printed sign... "Energy efficient vehicle: Runs on oats and grass. Caution: Do not step in the exhaust." ••••• A Sunday School teacher began her lesson with a ques-

live in Sciasciao. They call for short just “Shep”. I tell you his story, and a song. This song like what you want: they put the words after many people sing; one put one word and one another, and it was stretched, so.

This man, “Shep,” old man very wealthy, had beautiful daughter, only one daughter young an' nice. He was widow (widower) and the young boys they flock around his beautiful daughter. She very beautiful and very young, and father away in his shop, during day, and boys flock around her, court her. So her father, “Shep di Sciascao”, he got mad, he tell daughter to be more careful. She say no; she like the boys; go more an' more to window, see young boys singing in garden; smile at that. Shep, he got mad, make anger with daughter, and after this they made a song in the village. All who know of this affair have much laughter, an' afterwards a song was sung around there, like this:

This evening, at three hours of night, In this neighborhood will be fight Shep di Sciasciao, he got mad against his daughter, he become full of rage. An he got mad hard. From his bed he got up, went outside, in the porch of his house. he hided himself behind the pillar an' he start to throw plaster stone at one her lovers. From inside the door, his slave of a daughter answered: “If you want a stone, then come and get it!” The above was translated by informant from the following, in

tion, "Boys and girls, what do we know about God?"

A hand shot up in the air. "He is an artist!" said the kindergarten boy.

"Really? How do you know?" the teacher asked. "You know - Our Father, who does art in Heaven..." ••••• A minister waited in line to have his car filled with gas just before a long holiday weekend. The attendant worked quickly, but there were many cars ahead of him. Finally, the attendant motioned him toward a vacant pump. "Reverend," said the young man, "I'm so sorry about the delay. It seems as if everyone waits until the last minute to get ready for a long trip."

The minister chuckled, "I know what you mean. It's the same in my business." ••••• People want the front of the bus, the back of the church, and the center of attention. ••••• Sunday after church, a Mom asked her very young daughter what the lesson was about.

Italian: 3 Questa sera a ter ore di notte In questo vicinato correranno botte Shep di Sciasciao ci e adirato e contro La piglia so l'epigliato En ci e Adirato forte Scende dal letto e vax davanti la prota. En mitti dentro una garagogna e gittaon, Calle rogna, e risponde la shiava “Della piglia se vuoi, pietre aneni ti pigh!”

This song very funny; not funny in English. Yes, I can make better translation and write it you. In the place where I live, this song was sung around; the young men and considered very funny.

Another nickname was of an artisan shoemaker living in our village, but went away South America. Some time away. He came back; is friends they meet him; he have on eyeglasses. Never have they seen these thing, eyeglasses, in that village before. So ask, “What is it you got with your eyes underneath?” An man he tell, “It Cent-occhi: eyeglasses.” After that, this man called by all his friends, “Signor Under-Eyes”! PIONEER STORY

Pat Garrett-Billy the Kid.

I was born in Grapevine, Texas, in 1877. I was six years old when we left Grapevine in April 1883. My father, Seaborn T. Gray, mother, four children, two boys and two girls, my father's two sisters and their husbands, Mr. and John Lowery and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Manning and three cowboys,

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The daughter answered, "Don't be scared, you'll get your quilt."

Needless to say, the Mom was perplexed. Later in the day, the pastor stopped by for tea and the Mom asked him what that morning's Sunday school lesson was about. He said "Be not afraid, thy comforter is coming." ••••• Last, but not least, a great one:

The minister was preoccupied with thoughts of how he was going to ask the congregation to come up with more money than they were expecting for repairs to the church building. Therefore, he was annoyed to find that the regular organist was sick and a substitute had been brought in at the last minute. The substitute wanted to know what to play. "Here's a copy of the service," he said impatiently. "But, you'll have to think of something to play after I make the announcement about the finances."

During the service, the minister paused and said, "Brothers

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Henry Pruitt, Jim Carlisle and Johnnie Ricker were in the party.

Pat Garret was a cousin of my father. He came to Grapevine, Texas to visit us in the early spring of 1883. He had a cattle ranche on Little Creek, which is now part of the old “V” ranche, near Ruidoso, in Lincoln County, New Mexico. He persuaded my father to move to New Mexico and bring his cattle where there was lots of good feed and water and open range. Cousin Pat mapped out the trail we were to travel as he had hunted Buffalo out on the plains and had made the trip several times and knew all the watering places. We traveled in four covered wagons, drawn by two horses to each wagon. One wagon was a chuck wagon and carried the provisions and the cow boys bedding. There was a chuck box in the back of this wagon. The three women did all the cooking. The chuck wagon would stop at each town and load up with provisions to last until we got to the next town. The rest of the wagons did not go through the towns as we had two hundred head of cattle and twenty-five head of horses with us. We could only travel about fifteen miles a day on account of the horses and cattle having to feed on the way. We camped out in the open each night. The men would take turns standing guard over the camp and the stock each night as the Indians were bad in those days and father was afraid they would come by some night and steal all of our horses and cattle. The families slept in the wagons and the cowboys made their beds on the ground. We used lanterns for lighting and cooked over a camp fire in dutch ovens. The only fresh meat we had were Antelope and Buffalo. They were very plentiful. I remember when we would sight a herd of Buffalo we would drive until they could see us, then the wagons would stop and father would hang a red blanket on the side of one of the wagons. The buffalo would become curious and keep edging up and when they got in shooting range father would get his winchester and pick out a nice fat yearling and kill it. They would skin him and all we took was the hind quarters and the hide.

After we reached the plains the only fuel we had was buffalo and cow chips. Every day when we stopped for dinner and at night my oldest brother and I had to take two sacks and gather the chips. Mother made sour dough biscuits twice a day and corn bread for our noon meal. She baked it in dutch ovens and my brother and I would watch to see if she dropped any of the chip ashes in the bread while baking it, for we tho'ught it was awful to have to use the buffalo and cow chips to cook with.

We never saw any Indians or any traces of any on the whole trip out here and we were on the road five months.

It was awful dry and hot crossing the plains. We ran out of water one day and we and the stock suf-

fered terribly from thirst. The cattle would not let us stop to eat dinner or supper. They put their heads down and traveled in a trot most all day. It was after dark when the cattle smelled water and they all struck out in a run for this watering place. It was just about dry when we reached it and we had to drink water from cow tracks that night. When we got up the next morning and saw the kind of water we had been drinking we children all tried to get sick. There was not enough water left in the holes for us to make coffee the next morning so we started on our way looking for fresh water. We drove about two miles when we reached the Canadian River with the nicest clearest water so we camped on the bank of this river for three days and rested ourselves and the stock.

Mother and my two aunts did the family washing and the men folks caught lots of nice fish.

One day while mother was driving along my two brothers and I were playing in the back of the wagon and I fell out. My oldest brother called to mother and said “Mamma, Nellie is out.” Mother stopped the wagon and looked back and there I lay in the middle of the road screaming to the top of my lungs. She thought that I was half killed but I was not hurt at all, just scared half to death. When we reached Fort Sumner, New Mexico, the Pecos River was running bank full of the muddiest water. We had to dip it up in 4 barrels and tubs and let it settle before we could use it. We had to lay over there ten days waiting for the river to go down. We camped in an old adobe hut for it was raining when we got there. We got so tired of waiting to cross the river that one morning father decided that we could make it so the cowboys rounded up the cattle and horses and jumped them off in the Pecos River. They swam across with only horns and faces showing but we lost only one cow in crossing. When it came time for the wagons to cross the women folks and we children were awfully scared. The wagons crossed one at a time. One of the cowboys tied a rope to the horn of his saddle and to the tongue of the wagon and guided us across. The water came up to the bed of the wagon and some ran into our wagon. While we were in Fort Sumner waiting to cross the river we visited Billy the Kid's grave. I remember it had a board at the head with his name, age and the date he was killed. He had only been dead two years then.

After leaving Fort Sumner we found wonderful grass and water for the stock. It was about the middle of August and was the rainy season in New Mexico. We were on the road a month from Fort Sumner to Little Creek, New Mexico. We traveled by way of the Jicarilla and Capitan Mountains and crossed the Salado flat which is about eleven miles west of Capitan. New Mexico. We arrived at Pat Garrett's ranche at Little Creek, New Mexico in September 1887. We had been on the road for five months.

Mother was so homesick when we first came for we had to sleep in a tent in Pat Garrett's back yard and we ate with the Garrett family until we found a place to live in. When we did find a place to live in it was a log shack and leaked. Mother had an awful time trying to keep our bedding dry when it rained or snowed. It was awfully cold the first winter we spent at Little Creek as it is situated at the foot of the White Mountains. We lived there about a year and in 1884 father filed on a homestead on the Salado flat where he raised cattle and fine horses until 1900. That year he sold all his cattle and horses and laid out the town of Capitan, New Mexico.

Father was born in Coosa County, Alabama, October 31, 1851 and died in Capitan, New Mexico, July 23, 1919. Mother was born in Arkansas April 26, 1855 and died in Carrizozo, New Mexico, October 15, 1935. Father's two sisters did not stay very long in New Mexico, they did not like it here so they moved back to Texas and I do not know what ever became of them. The three cowboys stayed with us for a while and then drifted away and I do not know where they went. I was married to William M. Reily October 31, 1894, seven children were born to the union, five girls and two boys. Mr. Reily died in Carrizizi, New Mexico, March 9, 1931. NARRATOR: Nellie B. Reily, Aged 61 years, Carrizozo, New Mexico. Redfield Georgia B. 2-12-37. 700 words. Charles L. Ballard Pioneer story Interview

I was eleven years old when my parents A. J. Ballard and Katherine Redding Ballard and my brothers and sisters and I left Fort Griffin, Texas during the winter of 1878 and came to New Mexico to live. While on the trip we saw and did many things that have been lasting memories. Lots of water has run under the bridge since that time, and I have seen history made, in several places in New Mexico. Father had hunted buffalo on the plains as far west as the Pecos River in 1875-76. He liked the Lower Pecos Valley country and decided to return to live. Traveled in Covered Wagons

We traveled in covered wagons and it wasn't an easy journey across the plains. The country was different from that around Fort Griffin so there was plenty to keep us interested every day. Saw Herds Of Buffalo

While we did not see stampeding herds of thousands of buffalo, that we heard would run over campers on the plains we did see hundreds, but they caused no trouble. We expected Indian attacks every day and night, especially around

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and Sisters, we are in great difficulty; the roof repairs cost twice as much as we expected and we need $4,000 more. Any of you who can pledge $100 or more, please stand up." At that moment, the substitute organist played "The Star Spangled Banner."

And that is how the substitute became the regular organist! Less Famous Quotes About Sex

"There are a number of mechanical devices which increase sexual arousal, particularly in women. Chief among these is the Mercedes-Benz 500 SL." Lynn Lavne

"Women might be able to fake orgasms. But men can fake a whole relationship." Sharon Stone "Hockey is a sport for white men. Basketball is a sport for black men. Golf is a sport for white men dressed like black pimps." Tiger Woods "My mother never saw the irony in calling me a son-of-a-bitch." Jack Nicholson

"Women need a reason to have sex. Men just need a place" Billy Crystal

"According to a new survey, women say they feel more comfortable undressing in front of men than they do undressing in front of other women. They say that women are too judgmental, where, of course, men are just grateful." Robert De Niro "There's a new medical crisis. Doctors are reporting that many men are having allergic reactions to latex condoms. They say they cause severe swelling. So what's the problem?" Dustin Hoffman

"There's very little advice in men's magazines, because men think, 'I know what I'm doing. Just show me somebody naked !"

Jerry Seinfeld

"It's been so long since I've had sex, I've forgotten who ties up whom." Joan Rivers “Sex is one of the most whole-

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The Paper • Page 4 • July 30, 2015 Knife Attack in Escondido Leaves Life-Threatening Injuries

At about 12:35 PM, on Monday, July 20th, Escondido Police Officers responded to 131 North Beech Street after receiving a call of a family disturbance. Officers arrived on scene and learned that Travis Thomas, 28, of Escondido, had become involved in an argument with his step-father. The argument led to Thomas stabbing the victim with a knife and inflicting serious injuries, including a life threatening stab wound to the neck. Thomas fled the scene prior to the officer’s arrival. The victim was transported to Palomar Medical Center where he was treated for multiple stab wounds. The victim is in stable condition.

Local News

There is probable cause to arrest Thomas for attempt murder. Thomas is described as a white male adult, 6-00 tall, 195 pounds. His head is shaved and he wears a goatee. Thomas should be considered armed and dangerous. Anyone with information as to the whereabouts of Travis Thomas should contact the Escondido Police Department. To report any suspicious activities in your neighborhood, you may contact the Police Department directly, or you may make an unidentified call on our Anonymous Tip Line at 760-743-TIPS (8477) or via our Web site at police.escondido.org. Oceanside Man, 76, Missing

Oceanside police have reached out to the media and public to help find a 76-year-old man who was last seen by his daughter Wednesday. Nickolaos Christidis and his daughter arrived at his home about 10 a.m. Wednesday and his daughter went to take a nap. When she awoke, she discovered a note from her father explaining he'd be home late, according to a police press release. The next day, he hadn't returned. His ex-wife called him about 8:30 a.m., and

Escondido at 13th & Center City Parkway. You’ll learn the latest about hearing aids, have a chance to ask all the questions you want of those who know the answers, and they’ll even buy your lunch! Call them for details or see their ad on Page 9 of this week’s issue. You can also learn about the 30 day free trial!

Man About Town

I suppose a number of those who read this column may be hard of hearing. I say, A NUMBER OF YOU MAY BE HARD OF HEARING! Well, if that is the case, you will be as fascinated as I was to learn from good friends, Mark and Lynn Shaw, of their offer to allow potential patrons to test out hearing aids for a free 30 day in-home trial. Wish I had known about this opportuity many years ago when I first was in the market. Mark does all my service/repair work on my hearing aids and checks out my ears regularly. He and Lynn really know their stuff! You may want to call them for details. Or, come to their free lunch and learn event on Tuesday, August 4th, at Marie Callendar’s Restaurant in

Mark, incidentally, was the one who put me on to the Blue Tooth equipment and TV Connect equipment. This was important because I can wear this neat little necklace and when a call comes in on my cell phone it goes right to my hearing aids . . . also, I can set the tv level in my hearing aids to where I can hear comfortable and Evelyn can set the tv set itself to a level she’s comfortable with. No more blasting Evelyn’s ear drums because the volume is turned up too loud. Evelyn owes Mark a great big “That You” for that!

Evelyn and I plan on being at the Listen and Learn event next Tuesday (even though that’s the day we go to press, we’re gonna try to be there.) If you see us there, stop by and say hello. We’d love to meet you! Another area you mature folks (mature - a nice word for old folks) will likely have an interest . . .

Christidis said he was in Escondido and would be home in 15 minutes. Two hours later, he still wasn't home. His daughter then called him; she said he told her he was in the desert and would be home in an hour. We he hadn't arrived by 4 p.m., his daughter called him. His phone went straight to voicemail. Family members called the police Friday. They characterized his behavior as unusual, but they also said he's gotten lost before, including once ending up in Arizona.

He is described as white, 5 feet 7 inches tall, about 175 pounds with gray hair and brown eyes. He is likely driving a black, 2015 Honda Civic with a California license plate of 7JYR793. He was last seen near College Boulevard and state Route 78. Oceanside Shooting Results in One Dead, One Injured

Police arrested an 18-year-old man at the Escondido Transit Center about two hours after police found one man dead and another injured as a result of a shooting incident at an Oceanside apartment Sunday

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Sometimes, mature folks are a bit reluctant to get involved with computers . . . some are even frightened of them. Well, relax. Evelyn and I LIVE on computers and we still acknowledge there are things we need to learn.

Today (Thursday), David Zumaya, the talented guru of computers, marketing and photography, and who has offices within the Escondido Chamber of Commerce, will be presenting a class on Google and how to use it. Evelyn and I will be front row center, wanting to learn how we can become even more efficient. (I use Google at least 20 times every day . . . but there are still elements I don’t know abut, and should.)

The event is free to members of the Chamber and is held at the Escondido Chamber of Commerce at 9am. ••••• Another great turnout at last week’s San Marcos Chamber Sundowner . . . saw lots of old pals. Dan Anaya, my favorite insurance broker (and one of the first to call me after we purchased The Paper, to welcome me and encourage our efforts; we’ve been good friends ever since. He also saved me and my youngest son a ton of money on insurance premiums. He’s one sharp guy). Also saw Hal Martin, long time member

Letters to the Editor

Closing Palomar Health Escondido best solution?

Recently the administration recommended to the Palomar Health board of directors that the downtown hospital close, without providing details of their analysis or closure cost, and required a decision within two weeks because of "the flu season," avoiding transparency and accountability yet again. According to their own handbook, "The Board shall be responsible for the operation of the Facilities according to the best interests of the public health…" Many encouraged a delay of one month to enable the board time for more than

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of the San Marcos business and political community, Dr. Joseph Morneau, new, young, exciting orthodontist with offices in San Marcos, Mike Sannella, a young man who I think has a big future in the political arena (presently on the Vallecitos Water Board of Directors and doing a great job!), saw and chatted at length with Tom Stinson and Marie Joyce (aka “MJ”) both of whom staff the Escondido office for Assemblywoman Marie Waldron. Tom is the Senior Field Representative for Marie and is the ‘go-to’ guy to get things done. Marie made a brilliant hire when she brought Tom on board. Tom and I talked of Minnesota, his wife’s home state, and varied midwestern memories . . . soon, along came Marie Waldron herself and we had a nice chat. She’s loving her work but is challenged by living out of a suitcase sometimes, what with her frequent trips back and forth between Sacramento and the home district. Bumped into Robert Bowen Jr., he of the world of providing capital for funding. A retired Lt. Colonel, he still has that military bearing when he walks. I was tempted two or three time to salute him. In

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some, beautiful and natural experiences money can buy.” Steve Martin

“You don't appreciate a lot of stuff in school until you get older. Little things like being spanked every day by a middleaged woman. Stuff you pay good money for later in life.” Elmo Phillips "Bigamy is having one wife too many. Monogamy is the same." Oscar Wilde

"It isn't premarital sex if you have no intention of getting married." Contributor Unknown Strange Thoughts ...

The location of your mailbox shows you how far away from your house you can be in a robe, before you start looking like a mental patient. My therapist said that my narcissism causes me to misread social situations. I'm pretty sure she was hitting on me.

My 60 year kindergarten reunion is coming up soon and I'm worried about the 195 lbs.

I've gained.

I'm getting kind of tired always slowly raising my hand when someone asks, "Who does something like that?!” I always wondered what the job application is like at Hooters.. do they just give you a bra and say, "here fill this out"..?

Four-time NASCAR Sprint Cup champion Jeff Gordon announced that this will be his final season of racing. You could tell it was time for him to retire during his last race when he had his blinker on the whole time.

The speed in which a woman says "nothing" when asked "What's wrong?" is inversely proportional to the severity of the crap storm that's coming.

Denny's has a slogan, 'If it's your birthday, the meal is on us.' .....If you're in Denny's and it's your birthday... your life sucks! If I make you breakfast in bed, a simple "Thank you" is all I need.....not all this, "how did

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watering places, but we were not molested by Indians either. I remember we had one especially hard drive - all one day without water. Along about dark we saw what we thought was an Indian camp-fire. Father said for us to slip up and see what kind of people were camped there. You may be sure we went very quietly and were happy to find a friendly Mexican camp and a spring of fine water. It was Portales Spring. Located In Fort Sumner

From Portales Spring we went to Fort Sumner and remained, though when we left Fort Griffin we had not decided to locate in that place. There was no school at Fort Sumner so I boarded in Anton, Ohio, and went to school. Moved To Lincoln

After our home was demolished in Fort Sumner, we moved to Lincoln. The destruction of several of the houses built around a plaza or patio in Fort Sumner was caused by an explosion from a drunk shooting into a keg of gunpowder, in a store. In Lincoln we found ourselves in the excitement of feuds and Billy the Kid's escapades. Raced With Billy the Kid

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just a cursory analysis. In addition to the questionable financial justifications, there was no discussion of possible health implications. Research described in "Health Affairs" found that emergency room closures resulted in a 10% increase in the risk of dying at nearby hospitals for those under 65, and 15% greater risk for heart attack, stroke, and sepsis patients. The board voted 5-2 to approve. Only Dara Czerwonka and Hans Sison voted to respect their oversight duties, the others demonstrated indifference, at best. The closure may be the right solution, but because of its impact, this decision deserved more than "…that seems about right, let's be decisive and go with our gut." /s/Dale E. Bardin Rancho Bernardo

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sented annually to a junior or senior in a high school JROTC

Evelyn Madison The Social Butterfly Email Evelyn at:

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DAR Awards Ceremony Honored Three Cadets

Sarah Fagen, JROTC Chair for the Santa Margarita Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR), presented certificates, $75, and the DAR bronze JROTC Medal to Cadet Capt. Luke Thompson of the Army Navy Academy in Carlsbad; Staff Sgt Selwyn Carlson, Oceanside High School; and Lance Corp Daisiry Torres, with certificate, El Camino High School, both Marine Corps JROTC, at their Awards ceremonies. These cadets exemplify the ideals upon which our nation was founded. Awards are pre-

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I remember good times I had with Billy the Kid. He was not an outlaw in manners - was quiet, but good company always doing something interesting. That was why he had so many friends. We often raced horses together. He was not very large - weighed a hundred and twenty five or thirty pounds. He was a fine rider.

Billy was credited with more killings than he ever did. However, there were plenty that would be counted against him. It was reported he was the one who killed Chapman, when Chapman refused to dance when ordered, but Billy had nothing at all to do with that shooting. Moved To East Second StreetRoswell

We moved to Roswell in 1881, or three miles out on East Second Street. I went to school to Judge Asbury C. Rogers who was the first person to teach school in or near Roswell. He taught in the first school house built in 1881 - a one room adobe with a dirt roof which was built on the southwest corner of school section thirty-six, three miles out on East Second Street. Drove Eight Yoke Oxen

I helped make the pioneer Irrigation ditch, called the “Ballard Cunningham Ditch” and used eight yoke of oxen to the plow and scraper in the work.

program. Optimist Club Hosts Guest Speaker, Kathy Siemion

Optimist Club of Carlsbad hosted Kathy Siemion, Program Coordinator for "CitySutff," City of Carlsbad. The CityStuff third-grade curriculum is a nationally acclaimed, award-winning collaboration among the City of Carlsbad, Junior Achievement, local businesses and elementary schools located in Carlsbad. Trained volunteers presented lessons in a Carlsbad thirdgrade classroom one hour a week for six weeks. Carlsbad's leaders of tomorrow discover how a city works in partnership with its citizens and business community. For informa-

tion about "CityStuff," contact Kathy Siemion, CityStuff Program Coordinator at citystuff1@gmail.com, phone 760-213-1353, or the website at www.carlsbadca.gov/services/depts/ns/citystuff. The club meets Saturday mornings, 9-10am at the El Camino Country Club; guests always welcome. For more info contact Irene Chow, President, at 714-619-1125; or Joe Tosto, V.P. at 760-4585222,

optimistjoe@aol.com.

L-R: Kathy Siemion, City of Carlsbad; Irene Chow, Optimist Club President

(photo credit, Joe Tosto)

Meetings/Events Calendar

Woman’s Club to Hold “Gab Fest” – The Escondido Woman’s Club will hold a “Gab Fest” on Monday, August 3rd, starting at 11am at their clubhouse, 751 N. Rose St. (corner Mission Ave.), Escondido. Members are asked to bring guests/potential members to join fellow members for a

potluck, fun and camaraderie. This gives members an opportunity to thank outgoing president (of four years) Evelyn Madison and welcome new president Becky Flanagan. There will be games, prizes, and a raffle for a quilt made and donated by Nora Hondo. For more information, contact Nora at 760.743.0246.

BiddingforGood at Insight Vision Center – The Vision for Education Auction is open for bidding. The goal this year is to raise $7,500 to help children overcome their Learning Related Vision Problems. This is an exciting and fun way to help, and at the same time have a chance to win cool items. To view all the 60 items, visit insightvision@biddingforgood.org or call 858.759.4431 to take advantage of promotional opportunities for your business or to pledge your individual support.

Library Hosts Ronald McDonald and Presents Children’s Summer Reading Awards - Escondido Public Library presents “It’s Book Time with Ronald McDonald!” on Thursday, August 6, from 2 to 3pm in the Turrentine Room. Ronald McDonald makes a special appearance to share his love for books with children in an interactive show that includes an opportunity to meet him. Ronald McDonald teaches children that reading is fun and introduces kids to the important concept of "book time," the time we set aside each day for reading. He will also award prizes earned in a special drawing for Escondido Library’s Summer Reading Club readers. The Library encourages book time through its early literacy programs and full schedule of summer and

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Rough Rider - Spanish American War 1898

Governor Otero was Territorial Governor when war was commenced against Spain. He wired me and asked if I would accept a regiment. I did accept and took about thirty men from around Roswell to Santa Fe. From there we went to San Antonio and Teddy Roosevelt who had first conceived of the idea of the Rough Riders - met us there. There was a squadron from Oklahoma, Arizona and our state New Mexico.

At the request of Roosevelt, Dr. Leonard [Wood?]-physician of the Secretary of War, Russell Alexander Alger- was made Colonel in command of the Rough Riders. Theodore Roosevelt resigned his place as assistant Secretary of the Navy and was made Lieut. Colonel.

On the 29th of May 1898 we left San Antonio, Texas for Tampa, Florida where we embarked for Cuba. Colonel Roosevelt after seeing that his men had been made as comfortable as possible for the journey, waited for the last and poorest train. He never spared himself at all. He gave his sleeping car [berth?] to a sick soldier. It has been truthfully said that rank, money, and occupation meant little to him. Cowboys, ambassadors, prize fighters and clergymen were afterwards entertained and sat together as guests of the Roosevelt

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July Recess: Taking Stock

The Legislature is now in summer recess. Though there is still a lot to accomplish before final adjournment in September, this is a good time to take stock.

This session a balanced general fund budget was passed, though spending priorities remained skewed. Major issues including Medi-Cal and rebuilding California’s crumbling highways were pushed off into special extraordinary sessions. Water remained a major concern, with the Governor’s mandated cutbacks impacting this region more severely than elsewhere. I joined local water agencies and the agricultural community to protest how the cuts were being enacted, resulting in more equitable treatment for local farmers. In another water-related matter, I opposed SB 88, which grants massive new powers over local water agencies to the State Water Resources Control Board, negatively impacting

private property rights.

Several of my bills are still pending, including AB 68, which expedites the appeals process for epilepsy drugs initially denied under Medi-Cal. AB 68 passed the Assembly unanimously in June. Still another bill, AB 32 which clarifies existing law regarding computer crime penalties, also passed with unanimous support. Two year bills include AB 14, which establishes a task force responsible for creating a comprehensive plan governing unmanned aircraft, and AB 500, which helps incentivize business to hire previously incarcerated individuals upon completion of drug or alcohol rehabilitation programs.

While I am looking forward to family time and catching up with district events, a lot of work remains after we reconvene in August. Special session issues, along with hundreds of Senate bills must still be debated. As always, I deeply appreciate your support, encouragement, and most importantly, your prayers.


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you get in my house?" business! The pharmacist asked me my birthday again today....Pretty sure she's going to get me something.

On average, an American man will have sex two to three times a week; whereas a Japanese man will have sex only one or two times a year. ...This is upsetting news to me ... I had no idea I was Japanese.

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Watercolor Artist to Exhibit Artwork - Award winning watercolor artist Carolyn Robertson will have

“When hostilities were suspended and we were mustered out of service at [Montauk?] Point, Long Island, August 12, 1898, Colonel Roosevelt invited five of us to go to his home at Oyster Bay for a visit. The five were John C. Greenway whose wife Isabelle Greenway was Congresswoman from Arizona for two terms-David [V.?] Goodrichwho is now chairman of the board of Goodrich Rubber Company Hal [Sayre?], Robert Ferguson, and I - Charles L. Ballard.

year-round programs for school-age children and teens. For more information on Library events, visit library.escondido.org or contact Ricca Gaus, Senior Youth Services Librarian, at rgaus@escondido.org, 760.839.4827. This program is free to the public and registration is not required, however, space may be limited; early arrival is recommended. Escondido Public Library is located at 239 South Kalmia Street, Escondido.

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fact, I think I just did. ••••• Popped in for a visit to Pegah’s Restaurant at 9th & Redwood, Escondido. We had breakfast and Evelyn was amazed that I ordered Fred’s chili for breakfast. For my money, Fred’s Chili is the best in town . . . his own personal recipe. I think I’ve ordered it the last four times I’ve been in there, regardless of what time of day it was. Give it a try, say hello to Fred Soleimani, the owner of Pegah’s in Escondido and in San Marcos. He’s the handsome gent with the brilliant smile and who knows food and food service (and how to make Chili the proper way!) Good to see Vinni of Vinz Wine Bar and Restaurant is back. He took a well earned vacation for a couple of weeks, came back to work, then had to head home to rest up as he had a head cold that just wouldn’t go away. We missed Vinni but dropped in for lunch with Ava G., of The Paper’s staff, and the aforementioned David Zumaya. We ordered the special Wagyu hamburger which is made from the Australian version of the Kobe Steak. Xavier waited on us and all three of us feasted on this culinary delight.

family at the White House table.

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••••• Another long time friend returned from a three week holiday in Europe. Arie de Jong and his bride, Anneke, visited family and friends in Holland for about 10 days, then, among other things, took a Viking River Cruise. They managed to see a whole lot of Europe in elegant comfort. Upon his return, Arie floated an interesting idea. “What if,” he opined, “the downtown Palomar Hospital campus was converted to house all of the non-profit organizations in North County? They have dining rooms, living areas for sleeping and studying, plenty of parking” . . . a number of civic leaders are giving some thought to Arie’s idea. Arie has been pretty successful in coming up with solutions to problem areas . . . and he’s become a very successful businessman because of his ability to recognize a problem, meet a need, and solve it. He told me he doesn’t want to chair a committee to look into this but would serve as a member. Thoughts? Comment? •••••

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I can't understand why women are okay that JC Penny has an older women's clothing line named, "Sag Harbor.” I think it's pretty cool how Chinese people made a language entirely out of tattoos.

What is it about a car that makes people think we can't see them pick their nose? Dining out . . .

A man comes into a restaurant and asks, "How do you prepare a chicken here?" The waiter says, "We just tell them they're going to die."

Historically Speaking by Tom Morrow

A Lot of History Passed in 76 Years

My magic year in history was 1939. It was the dawn of another global conflict. Europe was falling victim to military dictatorship, and here at home our nation was climbing out of crushing economic chaos.

The average income in America was $1,729, and you could pay rent for $28 per month, and, if you had the money, a new Ford or Chevy was $700. You could “fill ‘er up” for .10 cents a gallon, watch a movie for .25 cents, mail a letter for .3 cents, or buy a new house for $3,850.

Headlines throughout 1939 were

Definitions Worth Repeating:

BEAUTY PARLOR: A place where women curl up and dye. CHICKENS: The only animal you eat before they are born and after they are dead.

COMMITTEE: A body that keeps minutes and wastes hours.

DUST: Mud with the juice squeezed out. EGOTIST: Someone who is usually me-deep in conversation . HANDKERCHIEF: Storage

Cold

INFLATION: Cutting money in half without damaging the paper MOSQUITO: An insect that makes you like flies better POLITICAL CORRECTNESS: A doctrine fostered by a delusional, illogical minority. RAISIN: burn.

A grape with a sun-

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among history’s most dramatic: The New York World’s Fair spotlighted television, with RCA’s first public telecast; Italian dictator Benito Mussolini invaded neighboring Albania, while Francisco Franco’s troops captured Madrid, ending the Spanish Civil War.

That year Germany signed a “non-aggression” treaty with the Soviet Union, giving Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler a pass to invade Poland from the west; the Soviet would attack from the east. On Sept. 1, 1939, World War II began when Hitler invaded Poland. That blatant act of aggression brought Great Britain and France into the war. The dawn of the nuclear age was launched when scientist Enrico Fermi successfully split the atom. Here at home, the Baseball Hall of Fame was established in Cooperstown, N.Y.; the U.S. proclaimed neutrality from the European conflict; the first local food-stamp program was established in Rochester, N.Y., and following up on Fermi’s splitting of the atom, Albert Einstein informed President Franklin Roosevelt that nuclear chain reactions could create destructive bombs.

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3. Dogs like it if you leave a lot of things on the floor.

SKELETON: A bunch of bones with the person scraped off.

5. Dogs agree that you have to everything you own: Your home, Social Security check, CD’s, Investments, raise your voice to get your everything. Wiped Out! Revocable point across.

SECRET: A story you tell to one person at a time

TOOTHACHE: The pain that drives you to extraction

TOMORROW: One of the greatest labor saving devices of today.

YAWN: An honest opinion openly expressed.

WRINKLES: Something other people have....similar to my character lines.

OLD: I very quietly confided to my friend that I was having an affair. She turned to me and asked, "Are you having it catered?" and that, my friend, is the definition of 'OLD'! Why Some Men Have Dogs And Not Wives:

1. The later you are, the more excited your dogs are to see you.

2. Dogs don't notice if you call them by another dog's name.

4. A dog's parents never visit.

6. You never have to wait for a dog; they're ready to go 24 hours a day.

7. Dogs find you amusing when you're drunk.. 8. Dogs like to go hunting and fishing.

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9. A dog will not wake you up at night to ask, "If I died, would you get another dog?"

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10. If a dog has babies, you can put an ad in the paper and give them away. 11. A dog will let you put a studded collar on it without calling you a pervert.

12. If a dog smells another dog on you, they don't get mad-they just think it's interesting.

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While I can't say we were considered heroes as Dewey and Hobson were, we were royally entertained, by the Roosevelts and others, with dances, fishing, parties, and dinners. Guard of Honor Theodore Roosevelt Inauguration

Forty of us Rough Riders formed the Guard Of Honor from the White House to the Capitol Building when Teddy Roosevelt was inaugurated. There are very few left of those men I don't know of any here in Roswell.

Interview given by Charles L. Ballard, Artesis, New Mexico.

Note: These and hundreds of other pioneer stories are in the Library of Congress. If you love stories like this, as we do, go here: Library of Congress, Manuscript Division, WPA Federal Writers' Project Collection.

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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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an exhibition of her art work on display in the Rancho Buena Vista Adobe Gallery in Vista from August 6 - August 29, Thursday through Saturday, 10am to 3pm. She will host a reception on Friday, August 7th from 12Noon until 3pm. Rancho Buena Vista Adobe is located at 640 Alta Vista Dr. and 651 E. Vista Way, Vista, California. Carolyn is a member of the Carlsbad-Oceanside Art League and has had her work on display at various locations around San Diego County. LSM Democratic Club to Hear About Water Conservation – On Saturday, August 8, social time at 12:30pm, the meeting will start at 1pm, the Lake San Marcos Democratic Club will host Chris Robbins, the Public Information/Conservation Supervisor for Vallecitos Water District as the

Disaster Preparedness – Are you ready to help a neighbor?

We cannot anticipate disasters but we can be ready when one occurs. Most of us know to have basic supplies on hand and a plan in case evacuation is necessary, but have you thought about your neighbors? Last week, I attended a meeting of the Foundation for Senior Wellbeing hosted by the Escondido Police Department. We have been working for a year to create emergency evacuation plans specifically for senior residents – many of whom

speaker. He will talk about water conservation techniques. As the manager of the public information and water conservation programs for the District, including drought response, his job is to enhance the District’s public education, outreach and social media efforts and resolving water waste complaints. Please feel free to invite guests. The meeting will be held at the Gallery (next to the Pavilion) at 1105 La Bonita Dr., San Marcos. For more info or directions, visit the website at http://www.lsmdem.org, call 760.743.2990, or email president@lsmdem.org. Home Firearm Safety/Basic Handgun Class – The next monthly firearm safety class is Sunday, August 9th, from 2-5pm, at the Escondido Fish and Game Association range, 16525 Guejito Road and Lake Wohlford Road, east of Lake Wohlford. This 3-hour familiarization and safety class is offered for anyone anticipating the purchase

cannot evacuate unassisted.

The last several wildfires have proven that emergency evacuation alerts have become more effective. Reverse 911 calls deliver evacuation orders to most phones (land lines and pre-registered cell phones). First responders announce evacuation orders door-to-door. Television, radio, social media posts offer critical information. In the organized chaos of an emergency, most people can fend for themselves but what about those who cannot?

of, or who already owns, a handgun. Participants learn the basics of handguns, home firearm safety ad responsibility of firearm ownership. Handguns and ammunition are provided for the class but participants are encouraged to bring their own handgun if they already own one. Cost is $60.00. To register for the class, call Jack at 760.746.2868.

2nd Tuesday Book Club Discusses “The Aviator’s Wife” – The Escondido Public Library, 239 So. Kalmia, Escondido, invites adult readers to join the 2nd Tuesday Book Club meeting on August 11th, at 6:00pm, in the Turrentine Room. This month’s selection is “The Aviator’s Wife” by Melanie Benjamin. This is the story of Anne Morrow, a shy college senior who meets Colonel Charles Lindbergh, fresh off his celebrated 1927 solo flight across the Atlantic. The 2nd Tuesday Book Club will continue on September 8th with KPBS’ 2015 One Book, One San Diego winning selection for adults,

The Foundation for Senior Wellbeing is trying to identify seniors who cannot evacuate without help. Some seniors need special medical equipment, others no longer drive and are stranded in place and some are simply overwhelmed and scared. While planning continues on a large scale, I ask that you think about your neighbors this week – the ones on your street. Are there any that might need your help in an emergency?

Learn more about helping seniors at www.thefoundationforseniorwellbeing.org

“The Shadow of the Wind” by Carlos Ruiz Zafón. For nearly a decade, KPBS’ program has enriched the pleasure of reading by adding an element of meaningful community engagement. Each year, the community helps choose a book that becomes the featured “One Book.” The Library is proud to partner with KPBS, and other local libraries, in this endeavor. All Library programs are generously sponsored by Friends of the Library and are free to the public. For more information about the 2nd Tuesday Book Club and One Book, One San Diego, visit library.escondido.org or contact the Library information desk at 760.839.4839.

“My Uuyow: The Cosmology of the Kumeyaay” – This program will be given on Friday, August 14th, from 6:30pm-10:30pm, at the San Diego

The Pastor Says . . .

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turkey), and some remembrance of that first Thanksgiving. All of this is good.

Jinxie is pet of the week at your Rancho Coastal Humane Society. She’s a 2 year old, 7 pound, Siamese – Tortie Point mix.

Jinxie just arrived at the shelter from a foster home where she was with her kittens. She’s petite and can be shy when she first meets new people. She will probably do best in an adult home where she is the only cat to begin with. Jinxie was transferred to Rancho Coastal Humane Society from another shelter through the FOCAS program. The $100 adoption fee for Jinxie includes medical exam, vaccinations, neuter and microchip. For more information call 760-753-6413, visit Rancho Coastal Humane Society at 389 Requeza Street in Encinitas, or log on to SDpets.org.

Dee Dee, a 3-month-old Domestic Short Hair, is a playful kitten looking for a home to call her own. This beautiful girl is silly and funloving. She can be a bit hesitant at first around new people and places, but when given some time to adjust, she blossoms into a wonderful companion. Her silly kitten antics are sure to provide endless entertainment to her new family. Dee Dee approaches life with curiosity and enthusiasm which keeps her excited about the world around her. With her boundless energy and charisma, she absolutely loves to play and share her love with those around her. She can’t wait to get settled in a new home with a patient, loving family. Dee Dee is available for adoption at San Diego Humane Society’s Escondido Campus at 3450 E Valley Parkway. To learn more about making her part of your family, please call (760) 888-2275.

Pastor Richard Huls, Retired Giving Thanks

Once a year in November the American people are able to celebrate the holiday of THANKSGIVING. It is an official government honored day celebrated in memory of the Pilgrim/Indian feast in early American history. Out of that experience we enjoy what we think they ate – turkey, pumpkin, squash, etc. What the day means for most in this modern age is a vacation, family gatherings, over-indulgence, presidential mercy (sparing the

On this day I believe it is both necessary and opportune to truly be thankful. Yet, it is easier said than done. We are a people accustomed to the good life, often taking for granted all we have. This country enjoys abundant resources, tremendous productivity, above world average prosperity, and individual access to most of it. How do we regard all of this? For some it is a desire for more. For others it is all there to consume. In the pursuit there is little time for thanks.

However, the need for thanks is there. To pause, indeed stop, and consider the blessings we enjoy is a mandate. Whether one wants to thank God as the giver of our abundance or just express a heart of gratitude either is necessary. To not do this is to live a life of waste and ultimate decadence. Our challenge is to say, “THANKS”, preferably as the Psalmist in Psalm 107, “Give thanks unto the Lord for He is good.”


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

San Marcos • Mayor Jim Desmond

City of San Marcos gears up for National Night Out

The City f San Marcos will host National Night Out at two locations—Connors Park and San Elijo Park—on Tuesday, August 4 to celebrate America’s night out against crime.

program and meet your neighbors.

Parents are encouraged to bring their children to one of the two event locations to be educated on good safety habits. Both locations will offer fingerprinting, information on neighborhood watch The free events will be held at and tips for child safety. There will Connors Park, 320 West San also be a talking patrol car, games Marcos Boulevard from 3 to 7 pm; and refreshments. the second will be held at San Elijo Park, 1105 Elfin Forest Road from For more information, please call 5 to 7 pm. Both offer an opportunity the City’s crime prevention unit at to meet local sheriff deputies, learn (760) 744-1050, ext. 3111 or (760) about the City’s crime prevention 510-5255.

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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steamy romantic relationship, if you get my drift. Saaaay, are you available tonight?"

14. If a dog leaves, it won't take half of your stuff. To test this fact: (not recommended)

"Great! Could you watch my dog for me?"

13. Dogs like to ride in the back of a pickup truck. And last, but not least:

Lock your wife and your dog in the trunk of your car for an hour --- then open it and see who's happy to see you. ••••• Guns don't kill people... Husbands who come home early kill people. ••••• Arguing with your Boss is like wrestling with a pig in mud. After a while you realize that while you are getting dirty, the pig is actually enjoying it. ••••• I have a very attractive neighbor who is single. This morning I waved to her and said "Good morning. How's it going?"

She answered . . . "Well, I've had a couple of rough days. I've decided I'm taking the day off, gonna have three or four Margaritas, then go out tonight and see if I can have a hot

Sly old fox that I am, I said, "Why, yes . . . yes, I am!"

Sometimes life just ain't fair! ••••• Siamese twins walk into a bar in Canada and park themselves on a bar stool. One of them says to the bartender, "Don't mind us; we're joined at the hip. I'm John, he's Jim. Two Molson Canadian beers, draft please." The bartender, feeling slightly awkward, tries to make polite conversation while pouring the beers. "Been on holiday yet, lads?"

"Off to England next month," says John. "We go to England every year, rent a car and drive for miles. Don't we, Jim?" Jim agrees. "Ah, England!" says the bartender. "Wonderful country... the history, the beer, the culture..."

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Vista • Mayor Judy Ritter

Classic Cars Head to Vista

The 26th Annual Rod Run takes place this Sunday, August 2 from 9 am to 3 pm. The event features over 300 classic cars, hot rods, and specialty vehicles. Owners prepare for this day long in advance, some driving from other states just to showcase their vintage vehicle and meet those who share the same passion for classic and hot rod cars, detailed to perfection. Some owners and their cars are attending for the 26th year in a row, now that’s impressive! Bring the family downtown for this classic car day and enjoy a street fair, kid’s carnival, and live

entertainment all day long.

As you will notice as you head downtown, construction is ongoing on the Paseo Santa Fe Improvement Project along S. Santa Fe Avenue. Phase I will be completed in the next six months as the reconfiguration of the street into two lanes and the construction on the traffic circle at Eucalyptus Avenue become the main focus. A Gateway Arch sign will be placed at the entrance of Paseo Santa Fe over S. Santa Fe Avenue this December and installation of the new street lights, pedestrian furniture, and the new linear park will be completed by early 2016.

Oceanside • Mayor Jim Wood

OPD Recruiting for Senior Volunteer Patrol Members

Ae you 50 years of age or older? Do you have a passion to serve your community? The Oceanside Police Department is hosting a one week long Senior Volunteer Patrol Program Academy in September. Volunteers are trained in all aspects of their position, which includes assisting uniformed police officers with impounding of vehicles, traffic control, DUI checkpoints, conducting vacation checks and performing YANA(You Are Not Along) checks. The YANA program is a valuable service performed by SVPP members entrusting them to monitor the welfare of elderly persons who are enrolled in the program. Earlier this

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Archaeological Center, 16666 San Pasqual Valley Road, Escondido, 92027. Light refreshments will be provided. This unique lecture and hands-on program is presented by Michael Connolly Miskwish. Ever gazed at the night sky and wondered about the twinkling lights? Each culture has unique legends and mythology using the stars to explain their place in the cosmos and passed down those traditions from generation to generation. The Kumeyaay people are no exception. Mr. Miskwish, a member of the Kumeyaay Nation, is a professor of American Indian Studies at S.D. State University. He will lead a discussion on the major seasonal and lunar cycles observed by the Kumeyaay people and how it has related and still relates to their daily life. There will be an outdoor star gazing session where he will point out important Kumeyaay astronomical features and viewers will get an exceptional show of the Perseid meteor showers, which will be at its peak. Telescopes and binoculars are welcome, but not necessary.

year, two SVPP members saved a YANA member’s life when they discovered she had fallen and was unable to get up. More recently, two SVPP members assisted an elderly person who had fallen while they were on their daily rounds. The timely intervention and summoning of rescue personnel kept this person from sustaining more severe injuries. Applicants for the program must possess a valid California driver’s license and pass a background check. SVPP members drive vehicles marked as “volunteer” and should also feel comfortable with a bit of walking or standing. Please contact Leo Bates, 760-435-4763, for more information about the program and academy dates and times.

Flashlights, a light jacket and comfortable shoes are recommended. The program tuition is $20 for Center members and students; $25 for nonmembers. Space is limited and registration in advance is a must. Purchase tickets online at www.sandiegoarchaeology.org. To register or for more info, contact Cara Ratner at cratner@sandiegoarchaeology.org or by phone at 760.291.0370.

Vista Optimist Presents Summer Fest – The Vista Optimist Foundation presents their 2015 Summer Fest on Saturday, August 15 from 5:30pm–10:30pm at the Vista Optimist Club, 600 Optimist Way (Shadowridge area), Vista 92085. Parking is free. This annual evening features unlimited tastes from over 40 vendors showcasing the best of local cuisine, beer, wine, and spirits. Also enjoy an art and craft display, silent auction, and a live DJ from Solid Gold at this summer celebration. Summer Fest benefits wor-

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We’re delaying the discussion on PC options until next week to cover Win10s debut.

We need to restate our warning concerning yesterday’s (July 29th) release of Windows 10. Win 10 is not an “upgrade.” It is a modified, slimmed down combination of Windows 7 and 8. It was not designed to improve your computing experience. It was designed to allow Microsoft to control your operating system (mandatory updates, no longer optional). Microsoft needs this control in order to enhance its ability to sell advertising to third parties and applications and cloud services to you. Microsoft is not playing games. Developing these revenue sources is critical to Microsoft’s survival and they will do whatever it takes

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Peace advocates like aviator Charles Lindbergh and industrialist Henry Ford warned against any U.S. involvement in the World War. Business-wise, the electronic company of Hewlitt Packard was founded, and for the first time you could buy Lay’s potato chips in grocery stories. While there, you could buy 10 pounds of sugar for just .59 cents, a gallon of milk for .49 cents, coffee was .40 cents a pound, hamburger was .14 cents a pound, and freshly-baked loaf of bread was .08 cents. The New York Yankees won the World Series of baseball (again), Byron Nelson won the U.S. Open in golf, and Wilbur Shaw raced to an astounding 115 mph to win the Indianapolis 500. The Boston Bruins won hockey’s Stanley Cup, Oregon was the NCAA basketball champions, Texas A&M took the NCAA football crown, and quarterback Nile Kinnick of the State University of Iowa won the Heisman Trophy. That was the year Yankee first baseman Lou Gehrig missed his first baseball game in 15 years. His 1,230 consecutive gamesplayed was a record that stood for 56 years until Baltimore Orioles’ Cal Ripken, Jr. broke it in 1995.

In 1939, the average American

“Pioneers” are the “early adopters” who upgrade to a new OS or buy a new PC with the newest OS in the first few months after product release. Microsoft needs lots of Win10 “pioneers” in order to get the ball rolling and to help them debug the new OS. In the case of Win10, businesses won’t touch it and Win7 users would get no benefit from it. That leaves unhappy Win8 users as Microsoft’s primary “pioneer” candidates for the “free upgrade.” That’s unfortunate because, while the majority of Win8 users may be unhappy, there just aren’t that many of them. Win8 was so bad that only 15% of users have it. The second unfortunate circumstance is that, as a group, the 15% who actually have it are fairly naïve users. Microsoft would have preferred to have more sophisticated “Guinea pigs” helping them debug Win10. Microsoft’s chance of getting a large pool of “Pioneers” from new PC sales doesn’t look good either. There appears to be little pent up demand and even less enthusiasm for new PCs with a new OS. XP and Vista users who might need a new PC represent only 15% of users and have proven fairly resistant to change. Those “pioneers” who do buy new Win10 PCs

lived 59.7 years. “Cactus” Jack Garner was U.S Vice President, Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings, who wrote “The Yearling,” won the Pulitzer Prize, and Patricia Donnelly of Detroit was crowned Miss America. Those of us who have lived 76 years and more have witnessed a great deal of world history, alas, some of it being repeated today. Although, I doubt we’ll ever again be able to buy a gallon of gasoline for a dime.

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will tend to be retail store customers who simply don’t know any better. This gives Microsoft another fairly unsophisticated “pioneer” pool. In the computer industry there is an old adage that goes like this, “You can always tell who the “pioneers” are by the arrows sticking out of their backs.”

Microsoft announced that Win10 will be their last “Windows” OS. In reality Vista was their last OS. All subsequent OS (7, 8 and ten) are simply refinements on the basic Vista platform. Win7 was modified to resolve the user problems in Vista. Win8 was modified in a failed attempt to

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thy local community and international youth programs. Tickets are $55.00 each and can be purchased online at www.vistaoptimist.org. Visit the Event section and click on “Summer Fest.” Tickets can also be purchased from a Club member or at the door.

Float ‘n Flick in Carlsbad – The Float ‘n Flick takes place on Saturday, August 22, from 7-10pm, and is an event for those who love both movies and the pool. Attendees of all ages are welcome to bring an air mattress and enjoy the movie, Jungle Book (rated PG) under the stars in Alga Norte Aquatic Center’s heated pool. The movie begins at sundown. Tickets are $8 per person. One child, age 3 and under, may be admitted free with a paying adult. Made to order burgers, pizza, sandwiches and more are available for purchase at the newly expanded Dive In Grill. Alga Norte Aquatic Center is located at 6565 Alicante Road and is open seven days a week. Daily entrance to the pool is $5 per adult, $3 per child or $2 per spectator. Monthly passes are available. For more information on classes and programs available at Alga Norte Aquatic Center, read the latest issue of the City of Carlsbad’s Community Services Guide, complete with summer swim lessons and other aquatic programs, plus dance, fitness, martial arts, preschool and special interest classes offered by the City of Carlsbad. To register, visit www.carlsbadconnect.org under special events or call 760.268.4777. Calling All Picture Perfect Pets – Just one month left to enter your pet in the calendar contest at the San Diego Humane Society. In addition to your chance at making your pet a

sell Microsoft phones and tablets. Win10 has been modified to help Microsoft sell advertising, products and services.

Microsoft will continue the evolution of this OS now called Win10. Perhaps someday they’ll find time to consider their user’s needs. If that happens Win 10 may indeed eventually morph it into something we all want and need. That would be the time to adopt it. For now our advice is to let the “Pioneers” handle the arrows. Next week we will continue the conversation on new PC options for business and home.

full-page model-of-the-month in the calendar, you, your family and friends are invited and encouraged to vote online for your favorites and win great prizes, at $1/vote. With a $25 entry fee donation, you can submit your pet’s picture for guaranteed inclusion in the 2016 calendar’s collage pages, and your pet will also be in the running to be one of 11 lucky pets chosen by a selection committee to be featured as a full-page Pet of the Month in the calendar. All photo entrants will be featured online so everyone can join in the voting fun. Submit your pet’s photo online or download the entry form and mail it in with your $25 donation entry fee per photo. Enter as many times as you like. Photos accepted through August 31st at any of the Humane Society Campuses, Escondido, 3450 E. Valley Parkway, call 760.888.2275; Oceanside, 2905 San Luis Rey Road or 572 Airport Road, call 760.757.4357; and San Diego, 5500 Gaines Street, San Diego 92110, call 619.299.7012.

Save the Date! – Friday, September 18th is the date of the Escondido Chamber Challenge Golf Tournament, a Shotgun Tee Off, at The Vineyard at Escondido Golf Club, 925 San Pasqual Road. This tournament benefits the Escondido Police Athletic League and your Escondido Chamber of Commerce. Sponsorships and registration available online at the Eventbrite page http://2015escondidogolf.eventbrite.c om. Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) Provides Information – When you have questions about cancer treatment options, prognosis, how to work with your healthcare provider, or even questions about

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Hanna L. Mills, 93, of Fallbrook, CA., passed away on July 23, 2015.

Terry L. Brown, 59, of San Marcos, Ca., passed away on July 27, 2015.

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ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME 37-2015-00022390 CU-PT-NC TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: Petitioner Robert Michael Ewens filed a petition with this court for a decree changing names as follows: Present names: Robert Michael Ewens to Proposed names Mike Ewens. 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, 8:30a.m., Department 26.

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Residents reported hearing gunshots at the complex on Barnard Drive north of state Route 78 about 2:10 p.m., said Oceanside police Lt. Matt Cole.

Police found two men, one of whom was deceased, the other seriously injured. Police say that Calvin Glass Jr., the arrested suspect, was a resident of the apartment complex, had confessed to shooting both victims. The victim who died shared an apartment with Glass. The wounded man was just visiting. The motive for the shooting is still under investigation.

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The Paper ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME 37-2015-00021914CU-PT-NC 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 #2015-017093 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 #2015-017526 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 #2015-017588 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 7/9, 7/16, 7/23, & 7/30/2015 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.

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/Sima 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 Daoussis 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.

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County 7/02/2015.

STATEMENT

7/09, 7/16, 7/23 & 7/30/2015.

The name of the business: Building

Up

America,

Guajome

located

Lake

at

3003

Rd., Oceanside, CA.

92057. This business is hereby regis-

tered 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

Ernest

County

J.

was

filed

Dronenburg

with Jr.,

Clerk/Recorder of San Diego

County 6/30/2015

7/16, 7/23, 7/30 & 8/06/2015.

• Page 15 • July 30, 2015

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-018768 The name of the business: Palace Cabinetry, located at 1320 Grand Avenue #18, San Marcos, CA. 92078. This business is hereby registered by the following: Rafael Reyes 1320 Grand Ave. #18 San Marcos, Ca. 92078 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was 7/01/15. /s/Rafael Reyes This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 7/20/2015 7/23, 7/30, 8/06 & 8/13/2015. FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-017183 The name of the business: Ruiz Commercial Cleaning, Inc., Ruiz Family Cleaning, Inc., Ruiz & Company Commercial Cleaning, Inc., located at 1560 Indian Summer Rd., San Marcos, CA. 92069. This business is hereby registered by the following: Ruiz & Company Cleaning Service, Inc. 1560 Indian Summer Rd. San Marcos, CA. 92069 This business is conducted by a corporation. First day of business was n/a. /s/Luis Lopez, President This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 7/01/2015 7/23, 7/30, 8/06 & 8/13/2015. FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-017372 The name of the business: A L Stewart Enterprises, located at 391 Camino Carta, San Marcos, CA. 92078-7994 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 #2015-018709 The name of the business: Port Family Daycare, lcoated at 757 Via Barquero, San Marcos, CA. 92069. This business is hereby registered by the following: Tanya Port 757 Via Barquero San Marcos, CA. 92069 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was n/a. /s/Tanya Port This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 7/20/2015 7/23, 7/30, 8/06 & 8/13/2015.

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-018677 The name of the business: Dane Engineering Solutions, located at 622 Sonoma Street, San Marcos, Ca. 92078. This business is hereby registered by the following: Mark R. and Leslie A. Dane 622 Sonoma Street San Marcos, CA. 92078 This business is conducted by a Married Couple. First day of business was 7/17/2015. /s/Mark R. Dane This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 7/17/2015 7/23, 7/30, 8/06 & 8/13/2015.

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-018863 The name of the business: Anytime Bobcat & Backhoe Service, Anytime Bobcat Service, located at 4333 Holly Hill Rd., Vista, CA. 92084. This business is hereby registered by the following: Timothy Vincent 4333 Holly Hill Rd. Vista, CA. 92084 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was 1/1/02. /s/Timothy Vincent, Owner This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 7/21/2015 7/23, 7/30, 8/06 & 8/13/2015. FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-017533 The name of the business: LRC Locke Remodel and Construction, located at 322 Wind Flower Way, Oceanside, CA. 92057. This business is hereby registered by the following: Michael B. Locke 322 Wind Flower Way Oceanside, CA. 92057 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was 2/25/06. /s/Michael B. Locke 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 #2015-017113 The name of the business: Ofutau, located at 4335 Via de los Cepillos, Bonsall, CA. 92003. This business is hereby registered by the following: Laura Letuligasenoa 4335 Via de los Cepillos Bonsall, CA. 92003 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was n/a. /s/Laura Letuligasenoa 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.

ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME 37-2015-00022265-CU-PTCTL TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: Petitioner Shijun Zhang Moore, on behalf of minor children, filed a petition with this court for a decree changing names as follows: Present names: Cai Zixuan and Cai Zitong, respectively, to Proposed names Andrea Xuan Moore and Alicia Tong Moore, respectively. 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 21, 2015, 9:30a.m., Department 46.

The address of the court is: Superior Court of California, County of San Diego, 330 W. Broadway, San Diego, CA., 92101, Hall of Justice. 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, 3643 Grand Avenue, San Marcos, Ca. 92078. Dated July 06, 2015. /s/David J. Danielsen, Judge of the Superior Court 7/09, 7/16, 7/23 and 7/30/2015 NOTICE OF PETITION TO ADMINISTER ESTATE OF JOSEPH HAILEMARIAM Case No. 37-2015-00021521PR-LA-CTL To all heirs, beneficiaries, creditors, contingent creditors, and persons who may otherwise be interested in the will or estate or both, of JOSEPH HAILEMARIAM: Petition for Probate has been filed by Yeshimbet Tirusew in the Superior Court of California, County of San Diego, 1409 Fourth Avenue, San Diego, CA. 92101, Madge Bradley Bldg. The Petition for Probate requests that Yeshimbet Tirusew 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: 08/20/2015 Time: 1:30PM. Dept: PC2 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. Attorney for the peitioner: Scott C. Soady, Esq. 16466 Bernardo Center Drive, Ste 260 San Diego, CA. 92128 Phone: 858.618.5510 7/9, 7/16, 7/23 & 7/30/2015

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-017262 The name of the business: Sexual Chocolate’s Premium E-Liquid, located at 3504 College Blvd., Suite F, Oceanside, Ca. 92056. This business is hereby registered by the following: Christopher E. Mariani 3504 College Blvd., Suite F Oceanside, CA. 92056 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was n/a. /s/Christopher E. Mariani This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 7/01/2015. 7/09, 7/16, 7/23 & 7/30/2015. FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-016965 The name of the business: Mirage Pool and Spas, located at 1362 Corte Lira, San Marcos, Ca. 92069 This business is hereby registered by the following: Laurens Youmans 1362 “Corte Lira San Marcos, Ca. 92069 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was n/a. /s/Laurens Youmans, Owner This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 6/29/2015. 7/09, 7/16, 7/23 & 7/30/2015.

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-019140 The name of the business: Citadel Church San Diego, located at 2888 Loker Ave East Suite 308, Carlsbad, CA. 92010 This business is hereby registered by the following: The Awakening Church of San Diego 2888 Loker Ave East Suite 308 Carlsbad, CA. 92010 This business is conducted by a corporation. First day of business was 4/30/2006. /s/Craig Muster, CEO This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 7/23/2015. 7/30, 8/6, 8/13 & 8/20/2015.

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-019183 The name of the business: Building Inspection Services, located at 1210 Pleasant Hill St., Escondido, CA. 92026 This business is hereby registered by the following: Joe Mortenson 1210 Pleasant Hill St. Escondido, CA. 92026 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was 7/22/2015. /s/Joe Mortenson This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 7/23/2015. 7/30, 8/6, 8/13 & 8/20/2015.

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-018817 The name of the business: Hagerty Connection, Hagerty Connection, LLC, located at 600 W. Broadway, Suite 700, San Diego, CA. 92101. This business is hereby registered by the following: Hagerty Connection, LLC 600 West Broadway, Suite 700 San Digo, CA. 92101 This business is conducted by a Limited Liability Company. First day of business was n/a. /s/Rodrigo Rubio Hagerty, CEO This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 7/20/2015. 7/30, 8/6, 8/13 & 8/20/2015.

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-019557 The name of the business: Golden State Graphics, located at 177 Vallecitos de Oro, San Marcos, CA. 92069. This business is hereby registered by the following: GSG Printing, Inc. 177 Vallecitos de Oro San Marcos, CA. 92069 This business is conducted by a corporation. First day of business was 7/13/15. /s/David Hyman, Chief Financial Officer This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 7/28/2015. 7/30, 8/6, 8/13 & 8/20/2015. FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT

The

#2015-018709

name

of

the

business:

Port

Family Daycare, located at 757 Via

Barquero, San

Marcos, CA. 92069.

This business is hereby registered by

the following:

Tanya Port

757 Via Barquero

San

This

Marcos, CA. 92069

business

is

conducted

by

an

individual. First day of business was

n/a.

/s/Tanya Port

This

statement

Ernest

County

J.

was

filed

Dronenburg

with Jr.,

Clerk/Recorder of San Diego

County 7/20/2015.

7/30, 8/6, 8/13 & 8/20/2015.

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Baha’is Believe:

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• the purpose of life is to know and worship God,

to acquire virtues, to promote the oneness of humankind and to carry forward

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• work performed in the

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