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Volume 47 - No. 30

Compiled by lyle e davis

Editor’s Note: This is the final chapter in a series of journals marking the westward trek of James Beckwourth, a pioneer hunter, trapper, explorer, scout, member of Indian communities, and, ultimately, a Chief of the Crow tribe. Discovery of Beckwourth's Pass.— No pecuniary Reward for public Services. —Transformation. — A new Character. — Emigrants at Home and at their Journey's End.— Description of the Happy Valley.— Interesting Reminiscence.

The next spring I engaged in mining and prospecting in various parts of the gold region. I advanced as far as the American Valley, having one man in my company, and proceeded north into the Pitt River country, where we had a slight difficulty with the Indians. We had come upon a party who manifested the utmost friendship toward us; but I, knowing how far friendly appearances could be trusted to, cautioned my partner on no account to relinquish his gun, if the Indians should attempt to take it. They crowded round us, pretending to have the greatest interest in the pack that we carried, until they made a sudden spring, and seized our guns, and attempted to wrest them from our grasp. I jerked from them, and retreated a few steps; then, cocking my gun, I bade them, if they wished to fight, to come on. This produced a change in their feelings, and they were very friendly again, begging caps and ammunition of us, which, of course, we refused. We then walked backward for about one hundred and fifty yards, still keeping our pieces ready should they attempt further hostilities; but they did not deem it prudent to molest us again. While on this excursion I discovered what is now known as "Beckwourth's Pass" in the Sierra Nevada. From some of the elevations over which we passed I remarked a place far away to the southward that seemed lower than any other. I made no mention of it to my companion, but thought that at some future time I would examine into it farther. I continued on to Shasta with my fellow-traveler, and returned after a fruitless journey of eighteen days.

After a short stay in the American Valley, I again started out with a prospecting party of twelve men. We killed a bullock before starting and dried the meat, in order to have provisions to last us during the trip. We proceeded in an easterly direction, and all busied themselves in searching for gold; but my errand was of a different character: I had come to discover what I suspected to be a pass.

It was the latter end of April when we entered upon an extensive valley at the northwest extremity of the Sierra range. The valley was already robed in freshest verdure, contrasting most delightfully with the huge snow-clad

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masses of rock we had just left. Flowers of every variety and hue spread their variegated charms before us; magpies were chattering, and gorgeously-plumaged birds were caroling in the delights of unmolested solitude. Swarms of wild geese and ducks were swimming on the surface of the cool crystal stream, which was the central fork of the Rio de las Plumas, or sailed the air in clouds over our heads. Deer and antelope filled the plains, and their boldness was conclusive that the hunter's rifle was to them unknown. Nowhere visible were any traces of the white man's approach, and it is probable that our steps were the first that ever marked the spot. We struck across this beautiful valley to the waters of the Yuba, from thence to the waters of the Truchy, which latter flowed in an easterly direction, telling us we were on the eastern slope of the mountain range. This, I at once saw, would afford the best wagon-road into the American

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Valley approaching from the eastward, and I imparted my views to three of my companions in whose judgment I placed the most confidence. They thought highly of the discovery, and even proposed to associate with me in opening the road. We also found gold, but not in sufficient quantity to warrant our working it; and, furthermore, the ground was too wet for any prospecting advantage.

On my return to the American Valley, I made known my discovery to a Mr. Turner, proprietor of the American Ranch, who entered enthusiastically into my views; it was a thing, he said, he had never dreamed of before. If I could but carry out my plan, and divert travel into that road, he thought I should be a made man for life. Thereupon he drew up a subscriptionlist, setting forth the merits of the project, and showing how the road could be made practicable to Bidwell's Bar, and

thence to Marysville, which latter place would derive peculiar advantages from the discovery. He headed the subscription with two hundred dollars.

When I reached Bidwell's Bar and unfolded my project, the town was seized with a perfect mania for the opening of the route. The subscriptions toward the fund required for its accomplishment amounted to five hundred dollars. I then proceeded to Marysville, a place which would unquestionably derive greater benefit from the newlydiscovered route than any other place on the way, since this must be the entrepôt or principal starting-place for emigrants. I communicated with several of the most influential residents on the subject in hand. They also spoke very encouragingly of my undertaking, and referred me, before all others, to the mayor of the city. Accordingly, I waited upon that gentleman (a Mr. Miles, and brought the matter under his

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notice, representing it as being a legitimate matter for his interference, and offering substantial advantages to the commercial prosperity of the city. The mayor entered warmly into my views, and pronounced it as his opinion that the profits resulting from the speculation could not be less than from six to ten thousand dollars; and as the benefits accruing to the city would be incalculable, he would insure my expenses while engaged upon it. I mentioned that I should prefer some guarantee before entering upon my labors, to secure me against loss of what money I might lay out. "Leave that to me," said the mayor; "I will attend to the whole affair. I feel confident that a subject of so great importance to our interests will engage the earliest attention."

I thereupon left the whole proceeding in his hands, and, immediately setting men to work upon the road, went out to the Truchy to turn emigration into my newly-discovered route. While thus busily engaged I was seized with erysipelas (bacterial skin infection editor), and abandoned all hopes of recovery; I was over one hundred miles away from medical assistance, and my only shelter was a brush tent. I made my will, and resigned myself to death. Life still lingered in me, however, and a train of wagons came up, and encamped near to where I lay. I was reduced to a very low condition, but I saw the drivers, and acquainted them with the object which had brought me out there. They offered to attempt the new road if I thought myself sufficient-

Give Us This Day Our Daily Chuckle This week, a compendium of wit, wisdom and neat stuff you can tell at parties. Enjoy! Gettin' married is like getting into a bath tub. After you get used to it, it ain't so hot. Guns don't kill people... Husbands who come home early kill people.

The USA should invade the USA and win the hearts and minds of the people by building roads, bridges, and putting locals to work.

Next time you tell your wife you're gonna go buy a new mop, you may wish to carefully consider how you frame the statement:

ly strong to guide them through it. The women, God bless them! came to my assistance, and through their kind attentions and excellent nursing I rapidly recovered from my lingering sickness, until I was soon able to mount my horse, and lead the first train, consisting of seventeen wagons, through "Beckwourth's Pass." We reached the American Valley without the least accident, and the emigrants expressed entire satisfaction with the route. I returned with the train through to Marysville, and on the intelligence being communicated of the practicability of my road, there was quite a public rejoicing. A northern route had been discovered, and the city had received an impetus that would advance her beyond all her sisters on the Pacific shore. I felt proud of my achievement, and was foolish enough to promise myself a substantial recognition of my labors.

I was destined to disappointment, for that same night Marysville was laid in ashes. The mayor of the ruined town congratulated me upon bringing a train through. He expressed great delight at my good fortune, but regretted that their recent calamity had placed it entirely beyond his power to obtain for me any substantial reward. With the exception of some two hundred dollars subscribed by some liberal-minded citizens of Marysville, I have received no indemnification for the money and labor I have expended upon my discovery. The city had been greatly benefited by it, as all must acknowledge, for the emigrants that now flock to Marysville would otherwise have gone to Sacramento. Sixteen hundred dollars I expended upon the road is forever gone, but those who derive advantage from this outlay and loss of time devote no thought to the discoverer;

nor do I see clearly how I am to help myself, for every one knows I can not roll a mountain into the pass and shut it up. But there is one thing certain: although I recognize no superior in love of country, and feel in all its force the obligation imposed upon me to advance her interests, still, when I go out hunting in the mountains a road for every body to pass through, and expending my time and capital upon an object from which I shall derive no benefit, it will be because I have nothing better to do. In the spring of 1852 I established myself in Beckwourth Valley, and finally found myself transformed into a hotel-keeper and chief of a tradingpost. My house is considered the emigrant's landing-place, as it is the first ranch he arrives at in the golden state, and is the only house between this point and Salt Lake. Here is a valley two hundred and forty miles in circumference, containing some of the choicest land in the world. Its yield of hay is incalculable; the red and white clovers spring up spontaneously, and the grass that covers its smooth surface is of the most nutritious nature. When the weary, toil-worn emigrant reaches this valley, he feels himself secure; he can lay himself down and taste refreshing repose, undisturbed by the fear of Indians. His cattle can graze around him in pasture up to their eyes, without running any danger of being driven off by the Arabs of the forest, and springs flow before them as pure as any that refreshes this verdant earth. When I stand at my door, and watch the weary, way-worn travelers approach, their wagons holding together by a miracle, their stock in the last stage of emaciation, and themselves a perfect exaggeration of caricature, I frequently

blonde noticed the ammo in my back seat. She asked me, "hey, you silver haired fox, I'm a big believer in barter. You interested in trading sex for ammo?" I told her . . . "Well . . . I might be. What kind of ammo do you have?"

Does anyone else share these symptoms? Nine months of the year I can kick butt and take names, getting all kinds of work done on the weekend. And then comes football season. Nothing gets done on weekends, no one dares to interfere with "the game(s)," and one's love life suddenly disappears (unless there are really long commercials).

Help a man when he is in trouble, and he will remember you when he is in trouble again. 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.

Remember how white people rioted after OJ's acquittal? Me neither.

I went to the gun shop today and bought about a dozen boxes of ammo in various calibers. Stopped at a 7-11 to get some gas and this really sexy

amuse myself with imagining the contrast they must offer to the tout ensemble and general appearance they presented to their admiring friends when they first set out upon their journey.

We will take a fancy sketch of them as they start from their homes. We will fancy their strong and well-stored wagon, brand-new for the occasion, and so firmly put together that, to look at it, one would suppose it fit to circumrotate the globe as many times as there are spokes in the wheels; then their fat and frightened steers, so highspirited and fractious that it takes the father and his two or three sons to get each under the yoke; next, the ambitious emigrant and his proud family, with their highly-raised expectations of the future that is before them: the father, so confident and important, who deems the Eastern States unworthy of his abilities, and can alone find a sufficiently ample field in the growing republic on the Pacific side; the mother, who is unwilling to leave her pleasant gossiping friends and early associations, is still half tempted to believe that the crop of gold that waits their gathering may indemnify her for her labors; so they pull up stakes, and leave town in good style, expecting to return with whole cart-loads of gold dust, and dazzle their neighbors' eyes with their excellent good fortune. The girls, dear creatures! put on their very best, as all their admiring beaux assemble to see them start, and to give them the last kiss they will receive east of the Nevada Mountains; for their idea is that they will be snatched up and married the moment they step over the threshold into California by some fine

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axe fell into the river.

When he cried out, the Lord appeared and asked, "Why are you crying?"

The woodcutter replied that his axe has fallen into water and he needed the axe to make his living. The Lord went down into the water and reappeared with a golden axe. "Is this your axe?" the Lord asked. The woodcutter replied, "No."

The Lord again went down and came up with a silver Axe. "Is this your axe?" the Lord asked. 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 get laid. Are you available tonight?" Sly old fox that I am, I said, "Why, yes . . . ;yes, I am!" "Great! Could you watch my dog for me?" Sometimes life just ain't fair!

"One day, while a woodcutter was cutting a branch of a tree above a river, his

Again, the woodcutter replied, "No.

The Lord went down again and came up with an iron Axe. "Is this your axe?" the Lord asked. The woodcutter replied, "Yes."

The Lord was pleased with the man's honesty and gave him all three axes to keep, and the woodcutter went home happy.

Some time later the woodcutter was walking with his wife along the riverbank, and his wife fell into the river. When he cried out, the Lord again appeared and asked him, "Why are you crying?" "Oh Lord, my wife has fallen into the

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Social Butterfly

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business leaders, including a representative from prAna to share experiences and offer assistance in going green. Wednesday, August 16, 5-7pm, Happy Hour at the Green Dragon Tavern & Museum. Contact the Chamber for more information and/or reservations.

Rotary Club of Escondido After 5 Presents – Escondido Police Athletic League’s 8th Annual “Keepin’ ‘Em off the Streets” Basketball Game, on Saturday, August 5th, at the Escondido East Valley Community Center, 2245 E. Valley Parkway, with police displays and concessions opening at 1:30pm and the game PAL Youth vs Police and Friends starts at 2pm. Tickets are $5. Also, raffle tickets will be available for prizes.

Evelyn Madison The Social Butterfly Email Evelyn at:

thesocialbutterfly@cox.net Meetings/Events Calendar

Business Women’s Association Meeting – Tonight, Thursday, August 3rd, is the meeting of the Soaring Eagles Chapter of the American Business Women’s Association, for dinner, networking and speaker, Dr. Deena Stacer, “Program Your Mindset for Success and Happiness.” Meeting runs from 6pm-8:15pm, at The Old Spaghetti Factory, 111 N. Twin Oaks Valley Rd., San Marcos, 92069. Guests are welcome. RSVP to Sue Punian at 760.822.2242. Cost is $23/members; $28/guests. For more information, visit the website at www.abwasoaringeagles.org.

Carlsbad Chamber August Events – First Friday Breakfast will be on Friday, August 4, 7-9am, at the Sheraton Carlsbad Resort & Spa. The Chamber is bringing back Power Networking in August. Tuesday, August 8, from 11am-1pm, at the Chamber office, this sustainability workshop “Prosper by Going Green” will feature national experts and local

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young gentleman who is a solid pile of gold, and they joyously start away, in anticipation of the event, their hats decked with ribbons, their persons in long-flowing riding-dresses, their delicate fingers glittering with rings, and their charming little ankles incased in their fashionable and neatly-laced gaiters.

At the close of day, perhaps amid a pelting rain, these same parties heave wearily into sight: they have achieved the passage of the Plains, and their pleasant Eastern homes, with their agreeable, sociable neighbors, are now at a distance it is painful to contemplate. The brave show they made at starting, as the whole town hurraed them off, is sadly faded away. Their wagon appears like a relic of the Revolution after doing hard service for the commissariat: its cover burned into holes, and torn to tatters; its strong axles replaced with rough pieces of trees hewn by the wayside; the tires bound on with ropes; the iron linchpins gone, and chips of hickory substituted, and rags wound round the hubs to hold them together, which they keep continually wetted to prevent falling to pieces. The oxen are held up by the tail to keep them upon their legs, and the ravens and magpies evidently feel themselves ill treated in being driven off from what they deem their lawful rights.

The old folks are peevish and quarrelsome; the young men are so headstrong, and the small children so full of wants, and precisely at a time when every thing has given out, and they have nothing to pacify them with. But the poor girls have suffered the most.

COGG Luncheon on August 8th – the Conservative Order for Good Government presents the program “Nuclear Detection and Nuclear Counterterrorism at their luncheon meeting on Tuesday, August 8th, at Bernardo Heights Country Club, 16066 Bernardo Heights Country Club Parkway, San Diego 92128, from 11:30am-1:30pm. The program will be presented by Kimberly S. Budil, Ph.D, Vice President for the National Laboratories at the University of California, Office of the President. Reservations please by Friday, August 4th. Cost for non-members is $25/person. Contact barry@coggrb.com.

Soroptimists and Vista Boys & Girls Club Help Teen Girls - Soroptimist International of Vista and North County Inland is teaming up with the Boys & Girls Club of Vista to hold a “Dream It, Be It” workshop for girls at the Boys & Girls Club at 410 W. California Avenue, Vista, on August 10, from 2pm to 4pm. The workshop will focus on “Exploring Careers.” The girls will work in small groups, led by Soroptimist club members, to decide what they value. Each girl will receive a pre-printed passport and will, “speed-dating” style, go from one volunteer “career ambassador” to another, asking them to share their advice on different careers, receiving a stamp in their “passport” from each person they talk

Their glossy, luxuriant locks, that won so much admiration, are now frizzled and discolored by the sun; their elegant riding-habit is replaced with an improvised Bloomer, and their neat little feet are exposed in sad disarray; their fingers are white no longer, and in place of rings we see sundry bits of rag wound round, to keep the dirt from entering their sore cuts. The young men of gold, who looked so attractive in the distance, are now too often found to be worthless and of no intrinsic value; their time employed in haunting gaming-tables or dramshops, and their habits corrupted by unthrift and dissipation. I do not wish to speak disparagingly of my adopted state, and by no means to intimate the slightest disrespect to the many worthy citizens who have crossed the Plains. I appeal to the many who have witnessed the picture for the accuracy of my portraiture. So much good material constantly infused into society ought to improve the character of the compound, but the demoralizing effects of transplantation greatly neutralize the benefits.

Take a family from their peaceful and happy homes in a community where good morals are observed, and the tone of society exercises a salutary influence over the thoughts of both old and young, and put them in such a place as this, where all is chaotic, and the principles that regulate the social intercourse of men are not yet recognized as law, and their dignity of thought and prestige of position is bereft from them. They have to struggle among a greedy, unscrupulous populace for the means of living; their homes have yet acquired no comfort, and they feel isolated and abandoned; and it is even worse upon the children; all corrective

to. The event will end with a drawing for prizes. “We are still recruiting professional women to be our career ambassadors,” said Soroptimist Club member Assly Sayyar. “We are looking for female journalists, actresses, graphic designers, librarians, architects, marketing directors, social media directors, writers, mechanics, carpenters, police officers, trainers, politicians, stockbrokers, CEOs, and business owners, sales representatives, counselors, social workers, teachers, nurses, accountants, data processors, software and computer designers, scientists, engineers, psychologists, computer programmers, the works!” she said. Anyone interested in volunteering is urged to contact Ellen Clark of the Boys & Girls Club of Vista at ellen@bgcvista.com or Assly Sayyar at assly@vistalawyer.net. Soroptimist of Vista and North County Inland is part of an international service organization of business women who seek to improve the lives of women and girls both locally and internationally through scholarships, grants and programs. The funds raised by the club are distributed to local non-profits, and also directly to women and girls in need. The club meets every first and third Friday for lunch at Shadowridge Golf Club in Vista. See soroptimistvista.org.

Escondido Chamber Info – The Business after Five Mixer will be on Thursday, August 10th, from 5-7pm, hosted by Morgan Brown Realty, 2150 N. Centre City Pkwy., Escondido. The 19th Annual Chamber Challenge Golf Tournament will be on Friday, September 15th at the Vineyard of Escondido Golf Club. Golfers and sponsors are needed. For more information about these events, contact Escondido Chamber at 760.745.2125, info@escondidochamber.org, or the website at http://www.escondidochamber.org. 720 No. Broadway, Escondido, 92025. Center to Hold Spirit of ’45 Luncheon The Gloria McClellan Center will hold a “Spirit of ‘45 Luncheon” at noon August 11 at 1400 Vale Terrace Drive in Vista. Entertainment by the Big Band and Jazz Hall of Fame Orchestra and the Vista High

influence is removed from them, and the examples that surround them are often of the most vicious and worst possible description. All wholesome objects of ambition being removed, and money alone substituted as the reward of their greed, they grow up unlike their fathers; and it is only those in whom there is a solid substratum of correct feeling that mature into good citizens and proper men.

The girls, too, little darlings, suffer severely. They have left their worthy sweethearts behind, and can not get back to them; and those who now offer themselves here are not fit to bestow a thought upon. Every thing is strange to them. They miss their little social reunions, their quilting-parties, their winter quadrilles, the gossip of the village, their delightful summer haunts, and their dear paternal fireside. They have no pursuits except of the grosser kinds, and all their refinements are roughed over by the prevailing struggle after gold.

Much stock is lost in crossing the Plains, through their drinking the alkali water which flows from the Sierra Nevada, becoming impregnated with the poisonous mineral either in its source or in its passage among the rocks. There are also poisonous herbs springing up in the region of the mineral water, which the poor, famishing animals devour without stint. Those who survive until they reach the Valley are generally too far gone for recovery, and die while resting to recruit their strength. Their infected flesh furnishes food to thousands of wolves, which infest this place in the winter, and its effect upon them is singular. It depilates their warm coats of fur, and renders their pelts as bare as the palm of a man's hand. My faithful dogs have

School Cheer Team begins at 11am. Bring your dancing shoes! Then enjoy a luncheon of roast turkey and gravy, mashed yams, mixed vegetables, a roll, and banana. Alternate entrée option is beef and veggie soup, chicken salad wrap on whole wheat tortilla, and banana. Suggested donation is $4 for 60 and older, and an $8 charge for those younger than 60. Reserve by 1pm one day prior at 760.643.5288.

Lake San Marcos Democratic Club Meeting – will be on Saturday, August 12th; starting with social at 12:30pm; guest speaker at 1pm. Meet at the Conference Center in Lake San Marcos, 1105 La Bonita Drive, San Marcos 92078. Check the website at http://www.lsmdem.org. For directions, call 760.752.1035 or email president@lsmdem.org. Dr. Jeoffry Gordon has been invited to talk about the Health Care proposals currently being discussed, with particular attention to the Single Payer option. Dr. Gordon, a practicing physician from San Diego, has kept track of the developments in the Health Care policies.

Summer Jazz Concert in the Garden – On Sunday, August 13, from 5-7pm, spend an evening enjoying a summer Jazz Concert performed by the Big Band and Jazz Hall of Fame Orchestra at the San Diego Botanic Garden on the Gazebo Lawn. Enjoy the timeless sounds of Glenn Miller, Benny Goodman, Tommy Dorsey, Count Basie and more. The Band brings authentic arrangements of these jazz greats to life with a full 17-piece orchestra and two talented vocalists. CD’s will be available for purchase at the concert. Proceeds from the performances, CD sales, and donations go to support music education in North County schools and to award scholarships to promising students in local high school band programs. Cost: Adults; SDBG members $15; non-members $25. Children (3-12 years): SDBG members $5; non-members $10. Visit the website for more information http://www.sdbgarden.org/jazzconcert.htm

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killed numbers of them at different times, divested entirely of hair except on the extremity of the nose, ears, and tail. They present a truly comical and extraordinary appearance.

This general loss of cattle deprives many of the poor emigrants of the means of hauling their lightened wagons, which, by the time they reach my ranch, seldom contain any thing more than their family clothing and bedding. Frequently I have observed wagons pass my house with one starveling yoke of cattle to drag them, and the family straggling on foot behind. Numbers have put up at my ranch without a morsel of food, and without a dollar in the world to procure any. They never were refused what they asked for at my house; and, during the short space that I have spent in the Valley, I have furnished provisions and other necessaries to the numerous sufferers who have applied for them to a very serious amount. Some have since paid me, but the bills of many remain unsettled. Still, although a prudent business man would condemn the proceeding, I can not find it in my heart to refuse relief to such necessities, and, if my pocket suffers a little, I have my recompense in a feeling of internal satisfaction. My pleasant valley is thirty-five miles at its greatest breadth. It is irrigated by two streams, with their various small tributaries. These form a junction about ten miles from my house up the valley, which, as you remount it, becomes the central fork of the Feather River. All these streams abound with trout, some of them weighing seven or

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Local News

The Paper • Page 4 • August 03, 2017 Carjacking - Carlsbad

On Wednesday, July 26th at 8:13 am, Carlsbad Police Dispatch received a call of a female screaming in the area of Jefferson Street and Home Avenue. Upon arriving on scene, officers contacted a 40 year-old female victim of a carjacking. The victim was walking to her vehicle when she was attacked by an unknown black male adult approximately 20-30 years old, wearing dark clothing. The victim was struck several times and bitten on the hand by the suspect. No weapons were seen. The suspect was able to take the victim’s car keys and then leave the area in the vehicle. The suspect was last seen driving westbound on Carlsbad Village Drive from Jefferson Street. Officers searching the area were unable to locate the victim’s vehicle, a silver 2005 Kia Rio four-door sedan, bearing license plate 5UXR682. Another vehicle stolen out of Los Angeles on July 25th was located in the immediate area of the incident. That vehicle was towed to the Carlsbad Police Department for evidence processing. Update: A suspect has been taken into custody related to this case and the victim’s vehicle has been recovered. The recovering agency is LAPD. No other information is being released at this time due to the ongoing nature of the investigation. Butane Honey Oil Laboratory Fire

On Wednesday, July 26, at 6:49 p.m., the City of Carlsbad Police Department responded to a structure fire in the 2000 block of Chestnut Avenue. Persons calling in the fire reported seeing flames coming from the roof of the structure. When police and fire personnel arrived, the fire had already been extinguished by the residents. After ensuring they were

not harmed, officers and firefighters noticed items commonly used to extract concentrated cannabis through the use of flammable solvents near the source of the fire. The product achieved through this type of solvent extraction process is often referred to as butane honey oil. Detectives assumed the investigation and found finished concentrated cannabis, over 50 marijuana plants, psilocybin mushrooms, a short barreled shotgun and additional items used in the production of concentrated cannabis through solvent extraction. The residents of the home were identified as 56 year old Peter McDonald and 51 year old David Silva. After conducting interviews and collecting numerous pieces of evidence, detectives arrested both subjects for various charges.

Peter McDonald was booked into the Vista Detention Facility for Manufacturing a Controlled Substance, Possession of a Controlled Substance for Sale, and Causing a Structure Fire. David Silva was booked into the Vista Detention Facility for Manufacturing a Controlled Substance, Possession of a Short Barreled Shotgun. Oceanside Police Investigate Fatal Shooting

Oceanside police officers found the body of an 18-year-old man who had been mortally wounded by a gunshot wound to the head near the beach in Oceanside early Saturday, police said.

He was found about 2:30 a.m. face down on the ground of The Strand, just north of Wisconsin Avenue. Identity of he victim is withheld pending notification of next of ken. conversation at our table.

The waitress obliged. It was better . . . but not a whole lot. Kids screams tend to carry from one side of the room to the other.

Finally, after finishing about half of my meal and having had great difficulty in hearing my tablemates I excused myself from the table, approached the parents of these monster children and asked if they might try to control their children, that they were loud and disrupting other diners.

Man About Town

Anyone who knows me knows that I enjoy a good meal and in a variety of cuisines. They also know that I love kids. But not necessarily at the same time. Particularly if the kids are present at meal time and are not well behaved.

Last weekend we were at an upscale restaurant in Oceanside, Mimi’s, at 2177 Vista Way (the muffins are to die for!)

We met there for a business discussion. There were five of us.

Unfortunately, there was a family seated next to us with three or four young kids, none of whom were well disciplined, all of whom were noisy - to the point of screaming . . . and fond of chasing one another around the restaurant. We asked the waitress if we might move to a booth across the room as we were having difficulty hearing any

“Well, we were just leaving,” said the dad . . “and besides, they’re just kids.”

“Yes, sir. They are just kids. But they need to learn how to behave in a restaurant. They should not be allowed to scream and disrupt others.”

I returned to my table and in about five minutes the couple left . . . but between the time I spoke to them and the time I left they did little to quiet the little stinkers down.

I took it upon myself to ask them to quiet the kids down as I knew if I asked the waitress to speak to the family they’d blame her and give her a smaller tip (if any). Trust me, she earned her tip, putting up with that rude and inconsiderate family. Like I say . . . I love kids . . . but only if they are well behaved.

I don’t blame the children . . . kids are kids. I blame the parents. It’s they who are responsible for teaching the kids how to behave. They were probably the most inconsiderate parents I’ve seen in a restaurant in a long time. I doubt they have learned their lesson.

Police are investigating if the shooting was a homicide. No further information was released. SANDAG Staffers Knew of False Information - Said Nothing

The Voice of San Diego has been investigating SANDAG (San Diego Association of Governments).

With many of the bombshell revelations their Andrew Keatts has reported about SANDAG, the agency in its official responses suggested it was just as surprised as the public to learn about some of the details. When Voice of San Diego reported that SANDAG misled voters on the 2004 TransNet measure by saying it would bring in more than $14 billion when the agency really expected only $12.9 billion, a SANDAG official confirmed the story was true but suggested it was a misunderstanding its officials were learning about for the first time. Now we know that’s not true.

Now, Keatts has obtained an internal presentation that shows SANDAG staffers explicitly knew at least nine months ago it had misled voters on the 2004 ballot, but never mentioned it to the SANDAG board of directors despite having talked about the very subject several times over the last year.

Letters to the Editor The Blind Hill

THANK YOU SO VERY MUCH FOR SHARING …

I just have to say that I was totally enthralled by these two stories by Kent Ballard; they were just plain ole superawesome! Was so very sorry to learn that he passed from this earthly plane! Jarda Kay Long Escondido resident

The Joke

The presentation also makes clear that the agency knew one of its primary responses to its forecasting scandal — that the recession is the real reason its numbers have been so off — isn’t true, either. The agency had already revised down the amount of money it expected to raise from TransNet, without telling voters, years before the recession hit.

After thoroughly enjoying the cover story, "The Blind Hill," I read the joke section and was aghast at the anti-Muslim "joke" about the Muslim on the plane. It was igno-

Something’s Wrong Here: Recently, we had a family member who we had to take to Kaiser Urgent Care due to extreme dizziness, headache and nausea. All or any of which might suggest a stroke.

Nobody pays that. All insurance companies have by contract, a "contractual allowance".

Upon arrival the attending physicians ordered an ambulance to transport the family member to Palomar Health Center for more advanced tests. They did a CAT scan of the head, chest xrays, all kinds of lab work. The good news? It was not a stroke. In due course she was given medication and discharged. What’s wrong here?

The bill came to $26,308.40

But I only had to pay $75. Which I paid both promptly and gleefully.

But the insurance only paid $1,156.02 and deducted $25,075.39. Wiped it out. Completely. Now, answer me this.

If you had to go to Palomar Health Center and have a Cat-Scan, lab work, etc., with a tab of $26,308.40 . . . and if you had no insurance . . . would the kindly bean-counters in the billing office of the hospital forgive you the requirement to pay only $75? Or even, adding in what the insurance company paid, $1156.02, for a combined total of $1231.02? And that, my friend, is why there is something wrong here. Good pal, Bruce Krider, former Chairman of the then Palomar Board of Health Trustees, told me: “The initial total bill is never considered the bill.

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On general stuff Medicare pays about 20% of the bill. Medicaid less. BC and all the rest are on the same kind of deal but usually pay a little more.

They pay maximum amounts for other certain things and its ridiculously less but that is what they get.

Then there's something called a cost to charges ratio. They have those for all kinds of things. If you have a heart transplant your cost might be $100,000 but you charge $400,000 and you actually get paid $120,000. There is something called a charge master and you don't want to set rates in the charge master too low for anything or you will actually get paid less than you could otherwise get paid. I can't explain it very well but that is the gist of it. Every year the hospital sets its new charges and on average, they may say, we are raising prices 5% or 7% or whatever. Though different things may be more or less than the average price set.” ••••• Good friend Larry Benson, owner of The Indian Store in Vista, just returned from a major trade show in Las Vegas. He tells me he has found a large collection of beautiful Indian jewelry as well as other Indian memorabilia. By the time this edition of The Paper is on the street (you can find copies at The Indian Store) Larry will have priced and tagged the new merchandise and fantastic prices! (See his ad on page 16 of this issue). If you haven’t already taken your family to The Indian Store you are missing out on a North County Hidden Treasure!


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eight pounds. In the main one there are also plenty of otter. Antelopes and deer are to be found the entire year, unless the winter is unusually severe, when they cross the mountains to the eastern slope. Grizzly bears come and disappear again, without asking leave of any man. There are wolves of every species, together with foxes, hares, rabbits, and other animals. Of the feathered tribe, we have wild geese, ducks, sage-hens, grouse, and a large variety of smaller birds. Service-berries and cherries are the only kinds of fruit that grow from nature's cultivation.

The growth of timber about the valley is principally pitch-pine, although there is a considerable intermixture of cedar. I have never yet sown any grain, but I have cultivated a small kitchen-garden, and raised cabbages, turnips, and radishes of great size. I have never known the snow to fall to a greater depth than three feet, and when the storms are over it dissolves very rapidly, notwithstanding the elevation is many thousand feet above the level of the Pacific. The snow clings to the mountain peaks that overlook the valley to the eastward the year round, and as it is continually melting and feeding the streams, it keeps the water icy cold all the summer through. About a mile and a half distant from my house there is a large sulphur spring, and on the eastern slope, in the desert, there are copious hot springs, supplying the traveler with boiling water for his coffee without the cost of fuel. The Truchy rises on the summit of the Sierra Nevada, opposite the headwaters of the Yuba, and runs in an east-

erly direction until it loses itself in Pyramid Lake, about fifty miles east of this valley. This lake is a great natural curiosity, as it receives not alone the waters of the Truchy, but numerous other streams, and has no visible outlet; its surcharge of water probably filtering into the earth, like St. Mary's River, and some others I have met with. There is no place in the whole state that offers so many attractions for a few weeks' or months' retirement; for its charms of scenery, with sylvan and piscatorial sports, present unusual attractions. During the winter season my nearest neighbors are sixteen miles away; in the summer they are within four miles of my house, so that social broils do not much disturb me. There is a pleasant historical incident associated with St. Mary's River, which, as it can be familiar to but few of my readers, I will relate here. The St. Mary's River is known to most persons as the River Humboldt, since that is the name that has been since conferred upon it, in honor of the distinguished European traveler. I prefer the former name, as being more poetical, though less assuming. An Indian woman, the wife of a Canadian named Chapineau, who acted as interpreter and guide to Lewis and Clarke during their explorations of the Rocky Mountains, was suddenly seized with the pains of labor, and gave birth to a son on the banks of this mysterious river. The Redheaded Chief (Clarke) adopted the child thus rudely issued into the world, and on his return to St. Louis took the infant with him, and baptized it John Baptist Clarke Chapineau. After a careful culture of his mind, the boy was sent to Europe to complete his education. But the Indian was ineffaceable in him. The Indian lodge and his native mountain fastnesses possessed greater charms

than the luxuries of civilized life. He returned to the desert and passed his days with his tribe. Mary, the mother of the child, was a Crow, very pleasing and intelligent, and may have been, for aught I know, connected with some of my many relatives in that tribe. It was in honor of this event, and to perpetuate her memory, that the river received its original name, St. Mary's, and, as such, is still known to the mountaineers. Mistakes regarding the Character of the Indian.—Extent of the Western Tribes.—Their Character.—How a War against them should be conducted.—Reflections.—Closing Address to the Indian Heroine.

As an American citizen, a friend of my race, and a sincere lover of my country, and also as one well acquainted with the Indian character, I feel that I can not properly conclude the record of my eventful life without saying something for the Red Man. It should be remembered, when judging of their acts, that they consider the country they inhabit as the gift of the "Great Spirit," and they resent in their hearts the invasion of the immigrant just as much as any civilized people would, if another nation, without permission, should cross their territory. It must also be understood, that the Indians believe the buffalo to be theirs by inheritance, not as game, but in the light of ownership, given to them by Providence for their support and comfort, and that, when an immigrant shoots a buffalo, the Indian looks upon it exactly as the destruction by a stranger of so much private property. With these ideas clearly in the mind of the reader, it can be understood why the Indian, in destroying a cow belong-

ing to white people, or stealing a horse, considers himself as merely retaliating for injuries received, repaying himself, in fact, for what he has lost. For this act on the part of the Red Man, the United States troops are often turned indiscriminately upon his race; the innocent generally suffer, and those who have raised the storm can not understand of what crime they can be guilty. But if the government is determined to make war upon the Western tribes, let it be done intelligently, and so effectually that mercy will temper justice. To attempt to chastise Indians with United States troops is simply ridiculous; the expense of such campaigns is only surpassed by their inefficiency. The Indians live on horseback, and they can steal and drive off the government horses faster than it can bring them together. The Indians having no stationary villages, they can travel faster, even with the incumbrance of their lodges, women, and children, subsisting themselves on buffalo slain on the way, than any force, however richly appointed, the country could send against them. An army must tire out in such a chase before summer is gone, while the Indians will constantly harass it with their sharp-shooters, and, should several powerful tribes unite — not an unusual occurrence — many thousand men would make no impression. It should also be recollected by our officers sent to fight in the Rocky Mountains, that the Indians have a mode of telegraphing by the aid of robes and mirrors, and thus, by having their spies stationed at convenient distances, they convey intelligence of the

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movements of their enemies at great distances and in a very few minutes, thus informing villages whether it would be best to retreat or not. Some tribes telegraph by fires at night, and by smoke in the daytime. An officer might hear of a band of warriors encamped at a certain place; he immediately makes a forced march, and when his troops arrive at their destination, those sarne warriors may be many miles in his rear, encamped on his trail. A village of three hundred lodges of Crows or Cheyennes could, within thirty minutes after receiving an order to move, have all their lodges struck, the poles attached to the horses, and their men, women, and children going at full speed, and could thus outstrip the best dragoons sent in their pursuit.

I have seen enough of Indian treaties and annuities to satisfy me that their effects for good are worse than fruitless. The idea formed by the Indians is that the annuities are sent to them by the great white chief because he is afraid of them, and wishes to purchase their friendship. There are some of the tribes — a very few — who would keep a treaty sacred; but the majority would not be bound by one, for they can not understand their nature. When caught at a disadvantage, and reduced to enter into a compact, they would agree to any proposals that were offered; but when the controlling power is withdrawn, and they can repeat their depredations with apparent impunity, no moral obligation would restrain them, and the treaty that was negotiated at so much cost to the country proves a mere delusion. The officer having charge of an expedition against the Indians should rightly understand which band of a tribe he is commissioned to punish. The Siouxs, for instance, which, a few years ago, could raise thirty thousand warriors, are divided into many bands, which, at times, are hundreds of miles apart. One band of that tribe may commit a depredation on the emigrant road, and the other bands not even have heard of it they do not hold themselves amenable for the misdeeds of another body totally distinct from them in social relations, and to inflict chastisement upon them in such a case would be a manifest injustice. But in a case of extreme danger all these bands coalesce.

Other tribes have the same divisions into distinct bands, and many are hence led into the belief that each band is a tribe. The Siouxs range over a territory upward of a thousand miles in extent from north to south, and their country embraces some of the most beautiful spots in the world, as well for natural scenery as for extreme productiveness of soil. The Crows have but one band proper, although they are generally divided into two villages, as being a more convenient arrangement to afford pasture for their immense herds of horses, and also to hunt the buffalo. But these two villages are seldom more than three hundred miles apart, generally much nearer; they come together at least once a year, and have frequent accidental coalitions in the course of their wanderings. They speak the Grovan language, from which nation they are an offshoot.

The Pawnees are probably the most degraded, in point of morals, of all the Western tribes; they are held in such contempt by the other tribes that none will make treaties with them. They are

a populous nation, and are inveterate against the whites, killing them wherever met. A treaty concluded with that nation at night would be violated the next morning. Those who engage in warfare with the Western Indians will remember that they take no prisoners except women and children. It has generally been believed that the Siouxs never kill white men, but this is a mistake; they have always killed them. I have seen white men's scalps in their hands, and many still fresh hanging in the smoke of their lodges. The Western Indians have no hummocks or everglades to fight among, but they have their boundless prairies to weary an army in, and the fastnesses of the Rocky Mountains to retreat to. Should a majority of those powerful nations coalesce in defense against one common enemy, it would be the worst Indian war — the most costly in blood and treasure that the national government has ever entered into. The coalition tribes could bring two hundred and fifty thousand warriors against any hostile force, and I know I am greatly within the limits of truth in assigning that number to them.

If it is the policy of government to utterly exterminate the Indian race, the most expeditious manner of effecting this ought to be the one adopted. The introduction of whisky among the Red Men, under the connivance of government agents, leads to the demoralization and consequent extermination, by more powerful races, of thousands of Indians annually. Still, this infernal agent is not effectual; the Indians diminish in numbers, but with comparative slowness. The most direct and speedy mode of clearing the land of them would be by the simple means of starvation — by depriving them of their hereditary sustenance, the buffalo. To effect this, send an army of hunters among them, to root out and destroy, in every possible manner, the animal in question. They can shoot them, poison them, dig pit-falls for them, and resort to numberless other contrivances to efface the devoted animal, which serves, it would seem, by the wealth of his carcass, to preserve the Indian, and thus impede the expanding development of civilization.

To fight the Indians the government could employ no such effectual means as to take into its service five hundred mountaineers for the space of one year, and any one tribe of Indians that they should fall foul of could never survive the contest. Such men, employed for that purpose, would have no encumbrance from superfluous baggage to impede them in a pursuit or a retreat over their illimitable plains. The mode of life of a mountaineer just fits him for an Indian fighter, and if he has to submit to privation, and put up with an empty commissariat, he has the means of support always at hand. He is so much an Indian from habit that he can fight them in their own way: if they steal his horses, he can steal theirs in return; if they snatch a hasty repose in the open air, it is all he asks for himself, and his health and spirits are fortified with such regimen. It is only by men possessing the qualities of the white hunter, combined with Indian habits, that the Indians can be effectually and economically conquered.

I have now presented a plain, unvarnished statement of the most noteworthy occurrences of my life, and, in so doing, I have necessarily led the reader through a variety of savage scenes at which his heart must sicken. The narrative, however, is not without its use. The restless youthful mind, that wearies with the monotony of peaceful

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San Diego County ranks fourth in the nation as a center for the Life Science industry after Boston, North Carolina’s Raleigh-Durham region, and the San Francisco Bay Area. As a member of Assembly Health Committee, I advocate for affordable and accessible life science innovations for patients’ quality of life.

The importance of the industry locally was highlighted during a recent tour of Life Science facilities clustered in the La Jolla area, arranged for legislators and staff by the California Life Sciences Association. The cluster includes biotechnology, pharmaceutical, medical device and diagnostics companies, research universities and institutes, developing life-saving medical treatments, discoveries about the human genome, digital health innovators blending technology and medicine to transform healthcare, and agricultural companies improving food outputs.

The tour began at Organovo, a leader in creating functional tissues for use in research or implants to replace damaged or diseased tissues. Since 1/3 of drugs approved by the FDA between 2001 and 2010 were later found to have safety issues, using living tissues should improve those results and patient outcomes. Takeda Pharmaceuticals, founded in Japan in 1781, has expanded worldwide, every-day existence, and aspires after a career of wild adventure and thrilling romance, will find, by my experience, that such a life is by no means one of comfort, and that the excitement which it affords is very dearly purchased by the opportunities lost of gaining far more profitable wisdom. Where one man would be spared, as I have been, to pass through the perils of fasting, the encounters with the savage, and the fury of the wild beasts, and still preserve his life, and attain an age of near threescore, it is not too much to say that five hundred would perish, with not a single loved one near to catch his last whispered accent, would die in the wilderness, either in solitude, or with the fiendish savage shrieking in revolting triumph in his ear. I now close the chapter of my eventful life. I feel that time is pressing; and the reminiscences of the past, stripped of all that was unpleasant, come crowding upon me. My heart turns naturally to my adopted people. I think of my son, who is the chief; I think of his mother, who went unharmed through the medicine lodge; I think of Bar-chee-am-pe, the brave heroine. I see her, tearful, watching my departure from the banks of the Yellow Stone. Her nation expects my return, that I may be buried with my supposed fathers, but none looks so eagerly for the great warrior as PINE LEAF, THE INDIAN HEROINE.

I've seen her in her youthful years; Her heart was light and free, Her black eyes never dimm'd with tears, So happy then was she. When warriors from the fight return'd, And halted for display, The trophies that the victors won

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Assemblymember Marie Waldron, REscondido, represents the 75th Assembly District in the California Legislature, which includes the communities of Bonsall, Escondido, Fallbrook, Hidden Meadows, Pala, Palomar Mountain, Pauma Valley, Rainbow, San Marcos, Temecula, Valley Center and Vista. She was first to bring away.

I've seen her kiss her brother's cheek When he was called to go The lurking enemy to seek, Or chase the buffalo. She loved him with a sister's love He was the only son; And "Pine Leaf" prized him far above The warriors' hearts she'd won.

I've seen her in her mourning hours That brother had been slain Her head, that oft was decked with flowers, Now shed its crimson rain; Her bleeding head and bleeding hand Her crimson, clotted hair Her brother's in the spirit land, And hence her keen despair. I've heard her make a solemn vow "A warrior I will be Until a hundred foes shall bow, And yield their scalps to me; I will revenge my brother's death — I swear it on my life, Or never, while I draw a breath, Will I become a wife."

I've seen her on her foaming steed, With battle-axe in hand, Pursuing at her utmost speed The Black Foot and Shi-an. I've seen her wield her polished lance A hundred times and more, When charging fierce in the advance Amid the battle's roar. I've seen her with her scalping-knife Spring on the fallen foe, And, ere he was yet void of life, Make sure to count her coo. I've seen her, at full speed again,

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Oft draw her trusty bow, Across her arrow take good aim, And lay a warrior low.

I've heard her say, "I'll take my shield, My battle-axe, and bow, And follow you, through glen or field, Where'er you dare to go; I'll rush amid the blood and strife Where any warrior leads:" Pine Leaf would choose to lose her life Amid such daring deeds.

I've heard her say, "The spirit land Is where my thoughts incline, Where I can grasp my brother's hand, Extended now for mine. There's nothing now in this wide world No ties that bid me stay; But, a broken-hearted Indian girl, I weep both night and day.

" He tells me in my midnight dreams I must revenge his fall, Then come where flowers and cooling streams Surround their spirits, all. He tells me that the hunting-ground, So far away on high, Is filled with warriors all around Who nobly here did die. "He says that all is joy and mirth Where the Great Spirit lives, And joy that's never known on earth He constantly receives. No brother to revenge his wrongs — The war-path is my road A few more days I'll sing his songs, Then hie to his abode."

I've heard her say, "I'll be your bride; You've waited long, I know; A hundred foes by me have died, By my own hand laid low. 'Tis for my nation's good I wed; For I would still be free Until I slumber with the dead; But I will marry thee."

And when I left the heroine, A tear stood in her eye As last I held her hand in mine, And whispered a good-by. "Oh, will you soon return again?" The heroine did say; "Yes, when the green grass decks the plain," I said, and came away.

James Beckwourth

Born in Fredericksburg, Virginia, April 26, 1798. Died on October 29, 1866, Denver, CO

Beckwourth is one of the few AfricanAmerican mountain men, on the American Western Frontier. A mulatto born into slavery in Virginia, he was freed by his father (and master) and apprenticed to a blacksmith; later he moved to the American West. His mother who was an enslaved AfricanAmerican mulatto woman, and his father was her master, Sir Jennings Beckwith, a descendant of Irish and English nobility. Little was known about Beckwourth's mother, but James was said to be third of her thirteen children. James would later change his name from Beckwith to Beckwourth. No one seems to know why.

After he died, at the comparatively young age of 68, Beckwourth was left to the elements elevated on a platform in the traditional funerary custom of the Crow Tribe at the Crow Indian Settlement Burial Ground, Laramie, Albany County, Wyoming.

From James Beckwourth: I WAS born in Fredericksburg, Virginia, on the 26th of April, 1798. My father's family

consisted of thirteen children, seven sons and six daughters. I was the third child, having one sister and one brother older than myself.

Historically Speaking by Tom Morrow

Mary's Star of the Sea Church in Oceanside, on July 10, 1944, with a reception at the Carlsbad Hotel.

A ‘Hero of Heroes’

On Iwo that first day, with his unit pinned down, Basilone made his way around the side of Japanese positions until he was directly on top of a blockhouse. He then attacked with grenades and demolitions, single-handedly destroying the entire strong point and its defending garrison. He then fought his way toward an airfield and aided a Marine tank trapped in an enemy mine field under intense mortar and artillery barrages. Basilone guided the tank over the hazardous terrain to safety, despite heavy weapons fire from the Japanese. As he moved along the edge of the airfield, he was killed by Japanese mortar shrapnel. His actions helped Marines penetrate the Japanese defense and get off the landing beach during the critical early stages of the invasion.

My father had been an officer in the Revolutionary War, and had held a major's commission. He served throughout that glorious struggle which "Raised the dignity of man, And taught him to be free."

When I was but about seven or eight years of age, my father removed to St. Louis, Missouri, taking with him all his family and twenty-two negroes. He selected a section of land between the forks of the Mississippi and Missouri Rivers, twelve miles below St. Charles, which is to this day known as "Beckwourth's Settlement." At this early period of our history (1805-6) the whole region of country around was a "howling wilderness," inhabited only by wild beasts and merciless savages. St. Louis, at that time, was but a small town, its inhabitants consisting almost wholly of French and Spanish settlers, who were engaged in trafficking with the Indians the commodities of civilization, such as fire-water, beads, blankets, arms, ammunition, &c., for peltry.

He counseled me to return to my apprenticeship, [as a blacksmith] but I declared my determination never to be reconciled again. My father then wished me to set up in business in his settlement, but I expressed disinclination, and declared a growing wish to travel. Seeing my determination, my father finally consented to my departure. He admonished me with some wholesome precepts, gave me five hundred dollars in cash, together with a good horse, saddle, and bridle, and bade me God speed upon my journey.

Bidding adieu to all my friends, I proceeded to the boat and went on board. The object for which the boat was dispatched up the Fever River was to make a treaty with the Sac Indians, to gain their consent to our working the mines, at that time in their possession. The expedition was strictly of a pacific character, and was led by Colonel R. M. Johnson. A brother of the colonel's accompanied us, and several other gentlemen went in the boat as passengers. And thus began the adventures that we have presented to you over the past two years. For the complete journal go here: http://user.xmission.com/~drudy/mt man/html/beckwourth/index.html#c h1

No doubt, most of you have driven along Basilone Road through Camp Pendleton, or on John Basilone Memorial Freeway, a.k.a. Interstate 5 between Oceanside and Camp Pendleton, but few of today’s populace know who he was and what he did. There were thousands of heroes from the “Greatest Generation” who fought in World War II, but few, if any, rose to the height of Gunnery Sergeant John Basillone, USMC. If you saw the HBO miniseries, “The Pacific,” Basilone, played by actor Jon Seda, was prominently featured, In 1943, a book, “Guadalcanal Diary,” by Richard Tregaskis tells of the horrific battles waged by the Marines.

Basilone joined the Marines in 1940, and in August 1942, eight months after the attack on Pearl Harbor, Basilone took part in the invasion of Guadalcanal. In October, he and two other Marines manning two machine guns, held off approximately 3,000 Japanese soldiers until the attack ceased.

John Basilone was born Nov.4, 1916, in the family home in Buffalo, N.Y., and was killed in action on Iwo Jima Feb. 19, 1945. He received the Medal of Honor for heroism above and beyond the call of duty during the Battle of Guadalcanal and the Navy Cross posthumously for extraordinary heroism during the Battle of Iwo Jima. He was the only enlisted Marine to receive both of these decorations during World War II.

Because of his Medal of Honor, the Corps and the Department of War thought Basilone could be more valuable going around the nation helping to sell much-needed War Bonds. But he hated not being with the troops. The generals felt he was too valuable for his notoriety to risk in battle. His requests for being returned to battle duty was continually refused. PFC Nash W. Phillips, of Fayetteville, N.C., witnessed Basilone during the battle for Guadalcanal:“Basilone had a machine gun on the go for three days and nights without sleep, rest, or food. He was in a good emplacement, and causing the Japanese lots of trouble, not only firing his machine gun, but also using his pistol.”

JAMES P. BECKWOURTH

Mountaineer, Scout, and Pioneer and Chief of the Crow Nation of Indians

Basilone was offered a commission, which he turned down, and was later offered an assignment as an instructor, but refused this as well. He requested again and again to return to the war. Finally, the request was approved. While stationed at Camp Pendleton before returning to the Pacific theater, he met Lena Mae Riggi, who was a sergeant in the Marine Corps Women's Reserve. They were married at St.

Basilone was assigned to the 5th Marine Division. On Feb. 19, 1945, the first day of invasion of Iwo Jima, he was serving as a machine gun section leader on Red Beach II.

Those exploits of Basilone were depicted in the film, “Sands of Iwo Jima,” starring John Wayne, who plays a role loosely based on the gunnery sergeant. (The film was shot on Camp Pendleton).

In addition to the nation’s highest recognition, the Congressional Medal of Honor for the Guadalcanal campaign, and the Navy’s highest honor, the Navy Cross for his life-ending action on Iwo Jima, GSgt. Basilone also was awarded three (3) Bronze Stars as well as a Purple Heart.

Since World War II, Basilone has received many other honors including being the namesake for streets, highways, military locations, and two U.S. Navy destroyers. During his lifetime, Coast Guard Chief Petty Officer Victor Mature, who was a close friend from the national bond tour, would always salute driving past Camp Pendleton’s “Basilone Road.” GSgt John Basilone was interred in Arlington National Cemetery. His widow, Lena M. Basilone, died June 11, 1999, at the age of 86. She never remarried and was buried still wearing her wedding ring. So, the next time you’re driving north along I-5 from Oceanside and San Clemente, you might think of John Basilone -- maybe even salute.

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The San Diego Botanic Garden is located at 230 Quail Gardens Dr., Encinitas, 92024. 760.436.3036.

Carlsbad Village Association Celebrates the 19th Year of Art in the Village – Held on the second Sunday every August, CVA’s Art in the Village will return on August 13th, from 9am-5pm, bring more than 110 local and regional fine artists for a one-day, openair event. Browse exhibits, meet artists, listen to music, along State Street and Grand Avenue, in the heart of the Village. Live sculpting and painting demos throughout the day. Village eateries, coffee houses and wine bars are located on State and Grand just adjacent to the art show.

Art of Local: Oceanside – On Sunday, August 13th, from 4-8pm, the SpringHill Suites by Marriott, Oceanside Museum of Art, and Oceanside Friends of the Arts are bringing together local artists and artisans to showcase their work. This is a free event, open to guests of all ages. Artist presentations will include culinary expressions by Chef Davin Waite, musical performances, live art, and an interactive section for kids. There will be a local brewery, winery, and cocktail tastings for the adults. Join in for ‘Art of Local,’ a self-guided exploration of Oceanside and San Diego artisans brought to you by Springhill Suites, 110 N. Myers St., Oceanside, 92054. For more information, contact Elizabeth Murphy at 760.231.4063.

SDCFRW—A Conservative Affair – This fundraiser and awards event will be held on Saturday, August 19th, from 4-7pm, in the Rancho Bernardo Courtyard, 16935 W. Bernardo Drive, San Diego. Join us in Celebration of Conservative Volunteers and Community Leaders. Tickets $40. Hors d’oeuvres, music, cigars, recognition awards; no host bar; cocktail attire. RSVP by August 11th; reserveSDCFRW@gmail.com. Proceeds support San Diego County Federation of Republican Women and Vocational Scholarships for Foster Children. Tom Del Beccaro, former Chair of

California State GOP will give a short update on statewide happenings. Enjoy an evening of music and conversation topped by recognition of leaders in the community. Both individual tickets and sponsorships are available for this event.

Alliance for Regional Solutions Quarterly Meeting – will be on Thursday, August 24th, from 8:30-10am at the North County Lifeline office at 200 Michigan Avenue, Vista, 92084. For questions regarding this meeting, contact Marylynn McCorkle, the Alliance Coordinator, at mmccorkle@interfaithservices.org or 760.294.6356, ext. 109. MEXIHCO 2017; History of Mexico On Stage – On Sunday, August 27th, Tierra Caliente Academy of Arts presents MEXIHCO, The History of Mexico onstage, through music, dance, theater and the fine arts. Experience history come to life on a journey through the time of the Mayan Civilization (Los Mayas) to the Mexican Revolution and the “Corridos” that came thereafter. This ambitious dance production depicts a cultural identity through the eyes of the artists. Directed by Jose Jaimes and presented by the Hispanic Chamber of ECommerce in partnership with the California Center for the Arts, Escondido, 340 N. Escondido Blvd., Escondido. Purchase tickets at www.artcenter.org/event/mexihco; contact directly at info@academytc.org, or 760.509, 5591. For more info, visit www.academytc.org/mexihco.

Humane Society August Events/Activities – Looking to enhance your relationship with your pet, learn about various animal topics, adopt an animal, or support community events that are giving back to San Diego Humane Society? Each month the Humane Society holds numerous events/classes such as Pet Loss Support; Nature and Wildlife Photography Workshops; Pet Talk: First Aid for Dogs and Cats; Clear the Shelters Day; PAWS San Diego Food Distribution Events; Off-campus adoption events; Partner events; Paint for Project Wildlife; Dog Dayz on the Island;

The Doctor is In!

The High Risk of Gum Disease or Poor Oral Health

It starts as a coating of bacteria in your mouth. If you don't deal with it quickly enough, you are in for bigger problems. Sure, having a movie-star smile is great, but much more important issues, like millions of bacteria forming "biofilm" on your teeth otherwise known as "plaque" start burrowing below your gum line, risking more than bad breath, research shows you're significantly increasing your chances for having a disabling or deadly stroke. Over a century ago doctors and dentists believed that plaque played a significant role in different diseases. More recently, researchers at South Carolina

School of Medicine discovered the link of periodontal disease and strokes, and that even "mild" gum disease can double your risk. And it wasn't the only complications of periodontal disease. Links to other diseases ranging from breast and pancreatic cancer, diabetes, dementia and Alzheimer's have also been uncovered.

Other studies have found that an infection in the root tip of a tooth can TRIPLE your risk of heart disease. Another discovery showed that those who skip dental check-ups are close to 90% more likely to come down with a bacterial pneumonia, compared to those who have checkups twice a year. It's pretty clear that your dental health should be right up there with the same degree of importance as having your heart checked or keeping tabs on your blood pressure and cholesterol.

But while a toothache can make itself known loud and clear, gum disease isn't always obvious. It can include subtle signs such as; 1.. blood on your tooth brush

Kitten Cam; Donate Your Vehicle; and there is one month left to enter pictures of your pets for a chance to star in the Humane Society’s 25th Anniversary Edition calendar. For any or all of these events, contact sdhumane.org or any of these campuses: Escondido, 760.888.2275; Oceanside, 760.757.4357; or San Diego, 619.299.7012.

Zumba Classes/Social Activities for August – Escondido Classes— SilverSneaker/Flex members, free with valid SilverSneakers membership after payment of the $15/trimester registration fee. Classes at 7pm on Mondays and Wednesdays; 8:30am on Saturdays. Registration: www.oasisnet.org. All classes are valid thru September 16th. Cost is $7/class with registration or $12/each; at the Park Avenue Community Center, 210 E. Park Ave., Escondido. San Marcos Classes—5:30pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays; 10:30am Saturdays; St. Mark Golf Club Fitness Center, Gallery Room, 1105 La Bonita, Lake San Marcos. Registration: 10-class card for $90 or monthly membership to the full fitness schedule of 29 various fitness classes per week. Contact Pam Hepler at phepler@lakehousehotelandresort.com for details. Zumba Events include Saturday, August 27, Concert at Woodland Park, San Marcos. “The Kings of 88” will be performing classic piano rock hits by several artists. Visit www.thekingsof88.com. Purchase tickets at the door for $7. Doors open at 6pm; concert at 7:30pm. Thursday, August 24th, Picnic Party & Performance of “In The Woods” (a musical by Patio Playhouse) and celebrate Ruth’s NINE ONE birthday! At the Kit Carson Park Amphitheater. A potluck picnic and birthday celebration at 6:30pm; performance at 8pm. Tickets: Contact Patio Playhouse. Want to perform the Country Song with us in October? We’re invited to the The Lake San Marcos Players variety show in October. We’ll perform our song – “Eating My Heart Out;” we’ll do the song in class, then dance together. Wear blue jeans/white shirts; I’ll provide white cowboy hat. Let me know if you’re interested. North County Synchronized Swimmers

2. swollen gums that may or may not hurt 3. loose teeth 4. receding gum lines

Even if just the idea of going to the dentist is enough to make you anxious, the stakes are too high to ignore - especially if you're having small signs of gum disease.

Aside from seeing your dentist twice a year for professional cleaning (because we can remove plaque you can't with brushing and flossing) there are ways we can recommend better home care. Flossing every day is good, but some

Shine at Junior Olympic Championships Ainsleigh Douglas and other North County swimmers of the San Dieguito Synchronized Swim Team participated in the 2017 Junior Olympic Synchronized Swimming Championships in Riverside, CA from June 27th-July 8th. She along with her teammates competed against the top synchronized swimmers in the nation. Ainsleigh Douglas (San Marcos High School) earned a Silver medal in the 16/17 age group division in Solo and a Bronze medal in the Compulsory Figures. This was the final event of a very successful season after achieving finals with her solo and 4th place with her duet partner Lily Kreps at US Nationals. She also participated in the Combo team event with Lily and Phoebe Kreps (Encinitas), Mari Burigana (Carlsbad), Samantha Whitley (Poway) and Joanna Wang (Carmel Valley), Olivia Dalry (Del Mar), Grace Lytle (Encinitas) Rebecca Williams (Poway) and Sofia Christensen who placed 8th with their team event. We are so excited that the club’s participants all made it to finals and completed at such a prestigious meet to end the year with such accolades. Congratulations ladies! Ainsleigh has been invited to a National Training Clinic in Las Vegas this August to train with current and past Olympians along with acrobatic gymnasts of the highly acclaimed Le’ Reve show. She will spend a week honing in on her artistic, acrobatic and swimming skills.

This sport combines grace with musical interpretation, agility, flexibility, strength, endurance, speed, and exceptional breath control. San Dieguito Synchronized Swimming Team is a year round program, and will hold a synchro summer camp again this year. Enthusiastic new swimmers are always welcome. For information about the camp and synchro pro-

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P lanning Update for Two

Parks

Olga Diaz

Council Member, Represents District 3

Letters to the Editor Cont. from Page 4

rant and offensive. Obviously, the writer knows nothing of Muslims. It also is a betrayal of the theme of the anti-bigotry joke as I read it a long time ago. Your writer is the true bigot. I had hoped for an inclusive local paper. I'm so very sad that this insult was included. Diane Jacoby Escondido

A New Writer?

Dear Mr. Davis:

My wife and I moved up to San Marcos from El Cajon two years ago, now living in the Foothills of San Marcos.

We all look forward to each Wednesday’s edition. There have

Escondido American Little League. There are three lit baseball diamonds and a great playground. The park has a Master Plan that was last updated in 1980. A large portion of the park remains undeveloped and is now being considered for installation of a BMX track.

Parks don’t just happen, we plan them together and implement the plans over time as funding permits. These plans are called Master Plans and they guide the programmed activities and development of park amenities.Two of our parks are Mountain View Park on Citrus due for updated plans and your Avenue is home of Escondido input is needed. National Little League. The Master Plan was last updated in Jesmond Dene Park on North 1988. This park features two lit Broadway is the home of ball fields, tennis courts, a soccer

been many evenings we’ve spent together with Diane reading the Chuckles out loud. Your paper features good wiring and I’m always impressed by Friedrich Gomez’s work. He writes well, and has been doing so for some time. I also write, having completing my first novel, and would be pleased to be in The Paper. /s/David Grant Urban San Marcos, CA.

Another Fan

As always, when I touch a copy of my favorite periodical, The Paper, I give many thanks for your publication! I do save many of the more pertinent issues - as the following story will highlight:

While traveliing back east we found a display of art that has haunted me. A fabulously depicted exhausted horse andd rider - very close to a main street in Boston, on a huge expanse of green lawn.

I had many questions. Who was the artist? Who owns it? Who is displayed and why? I stopped several people and asked and got various answers . . . a sculptor, a Czech of Bohemian had offered to Boston for $40,000 in 1999? I have been wondering for 17 years now, and a few days ago I found the March 10, 2005 edition with my lost piece of art and hope you can bring me up to date.

You can see by the look on his big, smiling face that George is a dog who wants to get and give all the love he can. He’s bouncy and happy and loves giving kisses. He was transferred to Rancho Coastal Humane Society through the FOCAS program.

The $145 adoption fee for Gorgeous George includes medical exams, 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.

Chickpea, a 10-year-old Chihuahua mix, is looking for a loving family to call her own. She was found as a stray, so her history is a bit of a mystery but her future is looking very bright! Chickpea may be a bit shy, but she is the sweetest little lady once she gets to know you. She has a heart murmur so we won’t be running any marathons, but she can live a happy, healthy life snuggled up on your couch. Chickpea is available for adoption at the San Diego Humane Society’s Escondido Campus at 5500 Gaines Street. To learn more about making her part of your family, please call (760) 757-4357. Subscribe to The Paper!

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Park Master Plans require significant public input before they are adopted. You will have a chance to tell us what you think about adding these park features. Help us plan the best parks for our community.

Editors Note: The sculpture you are referring to is “End of the Trail,” sculpted by American-born artist James Earle Fraser born in Winona, Minnesota, but who grew up near Mitchell S. Dakota. The End of the Trail has endured to become one of the most recognizable images in the United States.

/s/Gerhard Sagasser, San Marcos.

The Pastor Says . . .

Pastor Richard Huls (Retired) Gorgeous George is pet of the week at your Rancho Coastal Humane Society. He’s a 3 year old, 65 pound, Fawn and White Boxer.

field and playground. Over twelve acres remain open for additional recreational purposes. The open field is being considered for an additional lit baseball field. There is also interest (finally) in refurbishing the historic Field House.

Service Clubs

In a conversation I was having with some friends recently, I told them of a new experience I was anticipating, that of being elected President of Kiwanis, a local service club. Then I asked the group if any of them had ever been a member of a service club, such as Rotary, Lions, the Optimist, or Kiwanis? Much to my surprise, none had even attended a meeting just to see what they were about. I was surprised, because they each had social and economic responsibilities in the community. Civic or service clubs might not be for everyone, but they do serve a valuable need in the community. Besides the social inter-action

with other members of society, they help meet many needs. It could be collecting discarded eyeglasses and distributing them to those who can’t afford them, serving the needs of disabled and needy children, helping with special projects, such as the Children’s Museum, and feeding the hungry.

Membership in many clubs has fallen in recent years, which is unfortunate, because to help meet the needs of many, it takes the dedication and commitment of many. Most members are generated by the invitations of those who are members that have seen the need and enjoy reaching out to others with their time, money, and talents. Besides, it is a great experience to inter-act with the older, younger, and genders of the community. The highlight, though, is to share in the goal of being of service to others, thus the titular name, SERVICE CLUB.

In many ways, it is the modeling after the greatest servant of all, Jesus the Christ, who said, “I did not come to be served, but to serve.” He also said that true greatness was to be found in serving others. It is not greatness we seek, but to be of service. Join a service club soon.


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• Page 11 • August 03, 2017

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 San Marcos is boosting its economic development efforts When it comes San Marcos saw a need to be more to economic proactive in its economic development, development. the City of San Marcos is raising the bar and local That vision began to take shape in businesses are taking note—like 2015, when the city’s first economic Cliniqa, a bio-techne company that development division was created. just went through an expansion. Since then, significant progress has The city has always embraced been made, including the hire of an entrepreneurship because it drives economic development manager and a high quality of life—but it took the launch of the San Marcos center stage in 2012 when the State Business Walk Program, a twice-aended redevelopment programming, year event where volunteers collect which took a toll on local business feedback about the challenges growth. Coupled with the recession, facing local commerce. News for the Social Butterfly? Send your press releases to: thesocialbutterfly@cox.net

Escondido • Mayor Sam Abed

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

Chuckles Cont. from Page 2 water!"

The Lord went down into the water and came up with ANGELINA JOLIE. "Is this your wife?" the Lord asked. "Yes," cried the woodcutter.

The Lord was furious. "You lied! That is an untruth!"

The woodcutter replied, "Oh, forgive me, my Lord. It is a misunderstanding. You see, if I had said 'no' to ANGELINA JOLIE , You would have come up with CAMERON DIAZ. Then if I said 'no' to her, you would have come up with my wife. Had I then said 'yes,' you would have given me all three. Lord, I am a poor man, and am not able to take care of all three wives, so THAT'S why I said yes to ANGELINA JOLIE."

The moral of this story is: Whenever a man lies, it is for a good and honorable reason and for the benefit of others. That's our story, and we're sticking to it!

A woman was in bed with her lover when she heard her husband opening the front door. "Hurry!" she said. "Stand in the corner." She quickly rubbed baby oil all over him and then she dusted him with Talcum powder.

"Don't move until I tell you to," she whispered. "Just pretend you're a statue."

"What's this honey?" the husband inquired as he entered the room.

"A statue. The Martins bought one for their bedroom. I liked it so much, I got one for us, too." No more was said about the statue -not even later that night when they went to sleep.

Around two in the morning the husband got out of bed, went to the kitchen and returned a while later with a sandwich and a glass of milk. "Here," he said to the 'statue'. "Eat something. I stood like an idiot at the Martin's for three days and nobody offered me so much as a glass of water.” Forgive your enemies, but remember their names. It's a proven, scientific fact:

The ocean is salty only because of all the tears shed by misunderstood sharks who only want to cuddle. You can look it up.

I don’t want to brag or make anybody jealous . . but I can still fit into the socks I wore when I was in high school.

Vista • Mayor Judy Ritter

Revving up the Classics in Vista

The 28th Annual Rod Run takes place this Sunday, August 6 in downtown from 9 am to 2 pm and it’s more than a car show. 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 to showcase their vintage vehicle and to meet those who share the same passion for classic and hot rod cars, detailed to perfection. Some owners and their cars have been attending since the show’s inception! Car clubs and their families are

returning year after year creating a tradition in the heart of Vista. Bring the family downtown for this classic car day and enjoy a street fair, kid’s carnival, and live music. Details are available at VVBA.org.

On another note, San Diego County has set up Cool Zone to help older adults and others keep cool during the hot season. The Vista Library has been designated as a site and provides air-conditioning. The library, located at 700 Eucalyptus Avenue, is open Monday-Thursday from 9:30 am – 8 pm; FridaysSaturdays from 9:30 – 5 pm; and Sundays, from Noon to 5 pm.

Oceanside • Mayor Jim Wood

Oceanside Public Library Presents Jessica Fichot

Are you a music lover looking for something fun to do on Saturday, August 12? Come and see Jessica Fichot in concert, presented by the Oceanside Public Library and Friends of the Library. The event will take place in the Civic Center Community rooms, located at 330 N. Coast Highway. Performance time will be at 1:00 pm. Free parking is available in the Civic Center parking garage, located on the corner of Civic Center Drive and Ditmar streets. Drawing from her French/Chinese/American upbringing, Jessica takes the listener on a journey out of the French chan-

son tradition into the lands of 1940’s Shanghai jazz, international folk music, gypsy swing and more. She has performed for packed venues in France, China, Spain, Mexico, Canada and across the U.S., backed by her fiery band which includes clarinet, saxophone, upright bass and guitar. Doors for this event open at 12:45 pm and seating is open. Be sure to arrive early for the best seat selection. You might want to mark your calendars for two additional concerts: Django Shredders on September 9 and Jarabe Mexicano on October 7. For more information on Library programs and services, please call 760435-5600.

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Paul & Nome Van Middlesworth, The Computer Factory

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Are PCs going the way of the buggy whip?

Sure they are, but not today or tomorrow. Ten years from now we doubt that you’ll be able to find anything that looks much like today’s PCs anywhere in a business or home. Home users will lead the way. In the early days of the “computer age” only businesses could afford computers. That began to change in 1981 when IBM launched the “PC age” By the turn of the century virtually every home had a PC and today nearly 80% of homes also have at least one “smart phone.” Today, well over 90% of home

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computer use is Internet based and 90% of “smart phone” use has nothing to do with “telephoning.” Both devices are essentially internet access devices. The PC has a nice big screen and a comfortable I/O setup (mouse/ keyboard) but you can’t put it in your pocket and take it with you. The smart phone is highly portable but it has a dinky screen and pinchy little touch screen controls. If you could hook your smart phone to a keyboard, mouse and big screen monitor at home you probably could throw out your PC. It’s true that you have Windows on your PC and Android or Apple on your smart phone but that makes no difference if all your applications (word processor, spreadsheets, desktop publishing, photo editing etc) are available on the Internet. You won’t need a hard drive because the internet will store all your files. Even your home printer will operate with an Internet based driver. You won’t need a PC.

Business users are another story. LAN (local area network) users like most businesses will be far slower to move to network computing. Their network servers work much faster and more efficiently than the Internet. They have a considerable investment in the applications software that runs their enterprise. Nearly 80% of business networks run on Windows 7. Windows XP runs nearly 10% and Windows 10 runs a distant third. Business users will continue to require PCs for growth and replacement. But now days, they don’t need “new” PCs.

While power users will always need the latest and greatest to do their jobs more efficiently, home or business users have nothing to gain by switching to Windows 10 or buying “new” PCs. Upgrading or repairing older PCs or purchasing half-priced “refurbished” corporate trade-in PCs is by far a more cost effective option. “Refurbs” from The Computer Factory carry “new” (one year) warranties and are as powerful and capable as new PCs. Here at The Computer Factory we will continue to build and customize new desktop and notebook PCs for any and all applications, but “refurb” Windows 7/10 notebook and desktops are by far our hottest selling PCs for business or home.

This technology is available today and early adopters are starting to use it. Operationally it’s much like using a Chromebook. The technology is not quite ready for us yet, the smart phone to desktop interface hardware needs some refinement and the on-line apps need to be expanded and improved but within three years this technology will be ready for the casual home user. Gamers, designers, animators, solids modelers, video and sound

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This business is registered by:

Healthcare Services, Inc.

151 Kalmus Drive, Suite K-1

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Costa Mesa, Ca. 92626

The business is conducted by a corporation.

First day of business was 7/01/2017.

ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME

This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr.,

TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: Petitioner Carlee E.

/s/ Laura MacDonald, CFO

County

Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on

7/26/2017.

8/03, 8/10, 8/17 & 8/24/2017

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT

#2017-016868

The name of the business: buildingamerica, located at

276 N. El Camino Real #98, Oceanside, CA. 92058.

This business is registered by:

Evelyln & Charles Miller

276 N. El Camino Real #98

Oceanside, CA. 92058

The business is conducted by a Married Couple.

First day of business was n/a.

/s/ Evalyn Miller

This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr.,

County

Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on

6/30/2017.

7/27, 8/03, 8/10, & 8/17/2017

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT

#2017-018508 The name of the business: SABAIDEE THA MASSAGE, SABAIDEE MASSAGE,SABAIDEE MASSAGE & SPA, located at 819 W. San Marcos Blvd., San Marcos, Ca. 92078 This business is registered by: SABAIDEE THAT MASSAGE & SPA LLC 425 Neptune Ave. Encinitas, Ca. 92024 The business is conducted by a Limited Liability Company. First day of business was 8/08/16. /s/ Oey Kaewkhruesri, CEO This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 7/20/2017. 8/03, 8/10, 8/17 & 8/24/2017

37-2017-00027694-CU-PT-NC

Moore filed a petition with this court for a decree changing names as follows:

Present name: Carlee E. Moore to

Proposed name: Carlee E. Kreutel Moore.

THE COURT ORDERS that all persons interested in this mat-

ter 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: September 12, 2017, 8:30a.m.,

Department 26. The address of the court is: 325 S. Melrose, Vista, CA. 92081. A copy of the Order to Show Cause shall be

published at least once each week for four successive weeks

prior to the date set for hearing on the petition in the following

newspaper of general circulation, printed in this county: San

Marcos News Reporter, dba, The Paper, 845 W. San Marcos Blvd, San Marcos, Ca. 92078. Dated 7/28/2017.

/s/Robert P. Dahquist, Judge of the Superior Court 8/03, 8/10, 8/17 & 8/24/17

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#2017-901911

The name of the business: Harmony Grove Realty,

located at 500 La Terraza Blvd., Escondido, Ca.

92025..

This business is registered by:

Thomas Lee Stamos

2401 Live Oak Rd.

Escondido, Ca. 92029

The business is conducted by an individual.

First day of business was n/a.

/s/ Thomas Lee Stamos

This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg

Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on

7/27/2017.

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#2017-016648

The name of the business: A Lai, Inc., 2051 Cafe,

located at 2051 Palomar Airport Road, Carlsbad, CA.

92011.

This business is registered by:

Ai Lai, Inc

2051 Palomar Airport Road

Carlsbad, CA. 92011

The business is conducted by a corporation.

First day of business was 5/15/17.

/s/ Omar Possenti, Vice President

This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr.,

County

Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on

6/28/2017.

7/27, 8/03, 8/10, & 8/17/2017


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#2017-017933 The name of the business: Stone Brewing, Stone Distributing Company, Stone Company Store, Arrogant Bastard, Arrogant Brewing, Stone Brewing World Bistro & Gardens, Stone Brewing Tap Room, located at 1999 Citricado Parkway, Escondido, CA. 92029. This business is registered by: Stone Brewing Co., LLC 1999 Citricado Parkway Escondido, CA. 92029 The business is conducted by a Limited Liability Company.6/16/2016. First day of business was 7/06/2017. /s/ Steve Wagner, Manager This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 7/13//2017. 7/27, 8/03, 8/10 & 8/17/2017 ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME 37-2017-00023099-CU-PT-NC

TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: Petitioner Jeannie Thieu

Tran filed a petition with this court for a decree changing names as follows:

Present name: Jeannie Thieu Tran to

Proposed name: Kristina T Tran.

THE COURT ORDERS that all persons interested in this mat-

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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 15, 2017, 8:30a.m., Department 26. The address of the court is: 325 S. Melrose, Vista, CA.

92081. A copy of the Order to Show Cause shall be published

at least once each week for four successive weeks prior to the

date set for hearing on the petition in the following newspaper

of general circulation, printed in this county: San Marcos

News Reporter, dba, The Paper, 845 W. San Marcos Blvd, San Marcos, Ca. 92078. Dated 6/26/2017.

/s/Robert P. Dahquist, Judge of the Superior Court 7/13, 7/20, 7/27 & 8/03/2017

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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT

#2017-9019021

The name of the business: La Mexicana Market,

located at 440 N. Santa Fe Ave., Vista, Ca. 92083.

This business is registered by:

OM Grocer Enterprises

6552 Youngstown Street

Chinbo, Ca. 91710

The business is conducted by a corporation.

First day of business was n/a.

/s/ Jitendra Patel, President

This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg

Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on

7/27/2017.

8/03, 8/10, 8/17 & 8/24/2017

#2017-016009

The name of the business: BeautySSentials, located

at 868 Orion Way, San Marcos, Ca. 92078.

This business is registered by:

Ramon Salinas

868 Orion Way

San Marcos, Ca. 92078

The business is conducted by an individual.

First day of business was n/a.

/s/ Ramon Salinas

This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg

Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on

6/20/2017.

6/29, 7/06, 7/13, & 7/20/2017


LEGALS

The Paper

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT

#2017-016477 The name of the business: Monica’s Boutique, located at 1591 Suite E, E. Vista Way, Vista, Ca. 92084. This business is registered by: Monica Romero 415 Plymouth Dr. Apt 18 Vista, CA. 92083 The business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was n/a. /s/ Monica Romero, owner This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 6/26/2017.

7/20, 7/27, 8/03 & 8/10/2017

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT

#2017-017625 The name of the business: Men in Black Transport, Pops Smoke House, located at 333 City Blvd West, Ste 1700, Orange, CA. 92868 This business is registered by: P & R Consulting Group, Inc. 333 City Blvd West Ste 1700 Orange, CA. 92868 The business is conducted by a corporation. First day of business was 7/10/2017. /s/ Pappa Muhammad, CEO This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 7/10/2017.

7/20, 7/27, 8/03 & 8/10/2017

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT

#2017-017587 The name of the business: Pawsitron, located at 310 S. Twin Oaks Vly Rd., #107-341, San Marcos, Ca. 92078. This business is registered by: Enlightened Wellness LLC 310 S Twin Oaks Vly Rd. #107341 San Marcos, Ca. 92078 The business is conducted by a Limited Liability Company. First day of business was 01/15/17. /s/ Matthew Doull, CEO This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 7/10/2017.

7/20, 7/27, 8/03 & 8/10/2017

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT

#2017-017538 The name of the business: Kaveer Auto, located at 263 Glendale Ave., San Marcos, Ca. 92069. This business is registered by: Massoud Sohrabi 263 Glendale Ave. San Marcos, Ca. 92069 The business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was 11/30/12. /s/ Massoud Sohrabi This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 7/10/2017.

7/20, 7/27, 8/03 & 8/10/2017

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT

#2017-015895 The name of the business: Walker’s Welding and Fabrication, Walker’s Fab., located at 1418 Leslie Ct., San Marcos, Ca. 92069. This business is registered by: Sean Anthony Walker 1418 Leslie Ct. San Marcos, CA. 92069 The business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was 6/19/17. /s/ Sean Anthony Walker This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 6/19/2017.

7/13, 7/20, 7/27 & 8/03/2017

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT

#2017-017767 The name of the business: Pay Curity LLC, located at 2216 Anacapa, Chula Vista, Ca. 91914. This business is registered by: Pay Curity LLC 2216 Anacapa Chula Vista, CA. 91914 The business is conducted by a Limited Liability Company. First day of business was 6/23/2017. /s/ Diane Jeffrey, CFO This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 7/12/2017.

7/20, 7/27, 8/03 & 8/10/2017

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT

#2017-017313 The name of the business: Nelson Family Orthodontics, Dental Office of Zachary D. Nelson, DMD Dental Corporation, located at 955 Boardwalk, Suite 202, San Marcos, Ca. 92078. This business is registered by: Zachary D. Nelson D.M.D Dental Corporation The business is conducted by a corporation. First day of business was n/a. /s/ Zachary Nelson, President This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 7/07/2017. 7/13, 7/20, 7/27 & 8/03/2017 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT

#2017-017624 The name of the business: Furniture Sales and Marketing, located at 937 S. Pacific, Oceanside, Ca. 92054. This business is registered by: Paul R. and Rebecca D. Jones 594 Camino De La Cima San Marcos, CA. 92078 The business is conducted by a Married Couple. First day of business was 01/01/2000. /s/ Rebecca D. Jones This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 7/10/2017.

7/20, 7/27, 8/03 & 8/10/2017

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT

#2017-017592 The name of the business: Scorpius Martial Arts, located at 3812 Linda Vista Drive, San Marcos, Ca. 92078. This business is registered by: Judith Lynn Hawley 3812 Linda Vista Drive San Marcos, C. 92078 The business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was n/a. /s/Judith Lynn Hawley This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 7/10/2017.

7/20, 7/27, 8/03 & 8/10/2017

ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME 37-2017-00022269-CU-PT-NC TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: Petitioner Alejandro Torres filed a petition with this court for a decree changing names as follows: Present name: Alejandro Torres to Proposed name: Alexander Caro. 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 08, 2017, 8:30a.m., Department 26. The address of the court is: 325 S. Melrose, Vista, CA. 92081. A copy of the Order to Show Cause shall be published at least once each week for four successive weeks prior to the date set for hearing on the petition in the following newspaper of general circulation, printed in this county: San Marcos News Reporter, dba, The Paper, 845 W. San Marcos Blvd, San Marcos, Ca. 92078. Dated 6/20/2017. /s/Robert P. Dahquist, Judge of the Superior Court 7/13, 7/20, 7/27 & 8/03/2017 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT

#2017-016159 The name of the business: A & A Business Solutions, A and A Business Solutions, located at 2204 Eastbrook Road, Vista, Ca. 92081. This business is registered by: Theophilus B.. A. Addo, and Ann Briggs Addo 2204 Eastbrook Road Vista, Ca. 92081 The business is conducted by a Married Couple. First day of business was 7/01/2002. /s/ Theophilus B. A. Addo This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 6/21/2017. 7/13, 7/20, 7/27 & 8/03/2017

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ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME 37-2017-00024518-CU-PT-NC TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: Petitioner Karina Lemus and Neftaly Martinez for minor, Araia Nailynn Lemus, filed a petition with this court for a decree changing names as follows: Present name: Aria Nailynn Lemus to Proposed Aria Nailynn Martinez Lemus. 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 22, 2017, 8:30 a.m., Department 26. The address of the court is: 325 S. Melrose, Vista, CA. 92081. A copy of the Order to Show Cause shall be published at least once each week for four successive weeks prior to the date set for hearing on the petition in the following newspaper of general circulation, printed in this county: San Marcos News Reporter, dba, The Paper, 845 W. San Marcos Blvd, San Marcos, Ca. 92078. Dated 7/06/2017. /s/Robert P. Dahlquist, Judge of the Superior Court 7/13, 7/20, 7/27 & 8/03/2017 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT

#2017-017987 The name of the business: Color Me Organic Hair Salon located at 342 W. El Norte Pkwy, Escondido, Ca. 92025. This business is registered by: Cindy H. Tang 4137 Lake Shore Ln. Fallbrook, Ca. 92028 The business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was 7/13/17. /s/ Cindy H. Tang This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 7/13/2017. 7/27, 8/03, 8/10 & 8/17/2017 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT

#2017-016373 The name of the business: Macscape, located at 201 Avenida Las Brisas, Oceanside, Ca. 92057. This business is registered by: Marco A. Cruz 201 Avenida Las Brisas Oceanside, Ca. 92057 The business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was n/a. /s/ Marco A. Cruz This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 6/23/2017. 7/13, 7/20, 7/27 & 8/03/2017 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT

#2017-016916 The name of the business: Osidefresh Direct, located at 3888 San Ramon Drive., #19, Oceanside, Ca. 92057. This business is registered by: Noel A. Alvarez 3888 San Ramon Dr. #19 Oceanside, Ca. 92057 The business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was 6/20/2017. /s/ Noel A. Alvarez This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 6/30/2017. 7/13, 7/20, 7/27 & 8/03/2017 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT

#2017-017390 The name of the business: The Creative Twist, located at 1847 Goldenrod Lane, Vista, Ca. 92081. This business is registered by: Alaina Diane Oleston 1847 Goldenrod Lane Vista. Ca. 92081 The business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was 1/01/17. /s/ Alaina Diane Oleston This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 7/07/2017. 7/13, 7/20, 7/27 & 8/03/2017

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT

#2017-017932 The name of the business: Royalty Services - Personal and Pets, located at 2238 Edgewood Place, Oceanside, Ca. 92054. This business is registered by: Susan I. Rouse 2238 Edgewood Place Oceanside, Ca. 92054 The business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was n/a. /s/ Susan I.Rouse This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 7/13/2017. 7/27, 8/03, 8/10 & 8/17/2017 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT

#2017-017822 The name of the business: Oceanside Sea Center, located at 315 Harbor Dr. South, Suite B, Oceanside, Ca. 92054. This business is registered by: Oceanside Science Education Adventure Center, Inc. 315 Harbor Drive South, Suite B. Oceanside, Ca. 92054 The business is conducted by a corporation. First day of business was na/. /s/ Michael Duff, President This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 7/12/2017. 7/27, 8/03, 8/10 & 8/17/2017 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT

#2017-018391 The name of the business: Unique Products Outlet, located at 10679 Westview Parkway, San Diego, Ca. 92126. This business is registered by: Roy L. Landers Sr. and Princetta Landers 3065 Avenida Magoria Escondido, Ca. 92029 The business is conducted by a Married Couple. First day of business was 7/05/17. /s/ Roy L. Landers, Sr. This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 7/19/2017. 7/27, 8/03, 8/10 & 8/17/2017 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT

#2017-017426 The name of the business: FENCE RENEW, located at 954 Iron Horse Drive, San Marcos, CA. 92078. This business is registered by: Dennis Marion Price 954 Iron Horse Drive San Marcos, Ca. 92078 The business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was 7/01/17. /s/ Dennis Price This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 7/07/2017. 7/27, 8/03, 8/10 & 8/17/2017 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT

#2017-018392

The name of the business: SAHARAN INVESTMENT INC DBA TOP

OF THE BAGEL, located at 2540 El Camino Real, Ste E, Carlsbad,

Ca. 92008.

This business is registered by: SAHARAN INVESTMENT INC.

921 Poinsettia Ave B5 Vista, Ca. 92081

The business is conducted by a

corporation.

First

day

1/01/2006.

of

business

was

/s/ Baljit Singh Saharan, President This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County

Clerk/Recorder of San County on 7/19/2017.

Diego

7/27, 8/03, 8/10 & 8/17/2017 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT

#2017-018030 The name of the business: Congo Parrots, located at 810 Evergreen Lane, Vista, Ca. 92084. This business is registered by: Kurt Lyon and Gail Adrienne Olney 810 Evergreen Lane Vista, Ca. 92084 The business is conducted by a Married Couple. First day of business was 7/14/2017. /s/ Kurt Lyon Olney This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 7/14/2017. 7/27, 8/03, 8/10 & 8/17/2017

ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME 37-2017-00023828-CU-PT-NC TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: Petitioner Steven Mitchell Lipinski filed a petition with this court for a decree changing names as follows: Present names: Steven Mitchell Lipinski, Steve L. M. Walsh and Steven Mit Lipinski respectively to Proposed names: Steve Mitchell Lipinski Walsh, Steve Mitchell Lipinski Walsh, and Steve Mitchell Lipinski Walsh. 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 15, 2017, 8:30a.m., Department 26. The address of the court is: 325 S. Melrose, Vista, CA. 92081. A copy of the Order to Show Cause shall be published at least once each week for four successive weeks prior to the date set for hearing on the petition in the following newspaper of general circulation, printed in this county: San Marcos News Reporter, dba, The Paper, 845 W. San Marcos Blvd, San Marcos, Ca. 92078. Dated 6/30/2017. /s/Sim von Kalinowski, Judge of the Superior Court 7/13, 7/20, 7/27 & 8/03/2017 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT

#2017-018278 The name of the business: McGonigle Group, located at 2140 Warmlands Ave., Vista, Ca. 92084. This business is registered by: Sure Property Group, Inc. 2140 Warmlands Ave. Vista, Ca. 92084 The business is conducted by a corporation. First day of business was 7/15/17.. /s/ Stephen J. McGonigle, President This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 7/18/2017. 7/27, 8/03, 8/10 & 8/17/2017 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT

#2017-018062 The name of the business: Hutrchinson Bike Co., Hutch Bike Co., located at 605 Seagaze Dr. #150, Oceanside, CA. 92054. This business is registered by: Cary Michael Hutchinson 1018 San Juan Street Oceanside, CA. 92058 The business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was n/a. /s/ Cary Michael Hutchinson This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 7/14/2017. 7/27, 8/03, 8/10 & 8/17/2017 ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME 37-2017-00024521-CU-PT-NC TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: Petitioner Dareild Dewayne Williams filed a petition with this court for a decree changing names as follows: Present name: Dareild Dewayne Williams to Proposed name David Dawayne Mitchell 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 29, 2017, 8:30a.m., Department 26. The address of the court is: 325 S. Melrose, Vista, CA. 92081. A copy of the Order to Show Cause shall be published at least once each week for four successive weeks prior to the date set for hearing on the petition in the following newspaper of general circulation, printed in this county: San Marcos News Reporter, dba, The Paper, 845 W. San 7/06/2017. /s/Robert P. Dahlquist, Judge of the Superior Court 7/13, 7/20, 7/27 & 8/03/2017

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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT

#2017-018183 The name of the business: Einstein Installation, located at 3510 Chauncey Rd., Oceanside, Ca. 92056. This business is registered by: Stephan Allen and Madison Lee Landers 3510 Chauncey Rd. Oceanside, Ca. 92056 The business is conducted by a Married Couple. First day of business was 7/17/17. /s/ Stephan Alan Landers This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 7/17/2017. 7/20, 7/27, 8/03 & 8/10/2017 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT

#2017-017165 The name of the business: Cornerstone Landscape Design and Maintenance, located at 1333 Napoli St., Oceanside, Ca. 92056. This business is registered by: Pierre R. and Linda M. JeanDavis. The business is conducted by a Married Couple. First day of business was2/20/1991. /s/ Pierre R. Jean-Davis This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 7/05/2017. 8/03, 8/10, 8/17 & 8/24/2017

SUMMARY OF ORDINANCE ADOPTED

Ordinance No. 2017-1446

Ordinance No. 2017-1446 – an Ordinance of the City Council of the City of San Marcos, California, amending Chapters 10.24, 20.300, 20.400 and 20.450 of the San Marcos Municipal Code to regulate noise performance standards. Ordinance No. 2017-1446 was introduced on July 11, 2017, and adopted by the City Council of the City of San Marcos, California, on July 25, 2017, by the following roll call vote: AYES: COUNCILMEMBERS: JABARA, JENKINS, JONES, ORLANDO; NOES: COUNCILMEMBERS: NONE; ABSENT: COUNCILMEMBERS: DESMOND. A certified copy is posted in the office of the City Clerk at 1 Civic Center Drive, San Marcos, CA. Phillip Scollick, City Clerk, City of San Marcos. PD: 8/3/2017

INTRODUCED ORDINANCE NO. 2017-1447

Ordinance No. 2017-1447, an ordinance of the City Council of the City of San Marcos, California, amending Chapter 5.74 of the San Marcos Municipal Code regulating Transient Lodging Facilities. Ordinance 2017-1447 was introduced on July 25, 2017 and will be presented to the City Council for adoption on August 8, 2017. A certified copy is posted in the office of the City Clerk at 1 Civic Center Drive, San Marcos, CA. Phillip Scollick, City Clerk, City of San Marcos. PD: 8/3/2017 INTRODUCED ORDINANCE NO. 2017-1448

Ordinance No. 2017-1448, an ordinance of the City Council of the City of San Marcos, California, repealing Chapter 10.44 of the San Marcos Municipal Code. Ordinance 2017-1448 was introduced on July 25, 2017 and will be presented to the City Council for adoption on August 8, 2017. A certified copy is posted in the office of the City Clerk at 1 Civic Center Drive, San Marcos, CA. Phillip Scollick, City Clerk, City of San Marcos. PD: 8/3/2017


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