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September 12, 2019

Volume 49 - No. 37

By R. L. “Pete” Peterson

Saturday morning. Anytown, USA. September 1951. Boys in clean shirts, freshly pressed trousers and black leather tie shoes that Momma shined last night, hair parted and slicked down with Wild Root Cream Oil, clutching the ten-cent admission fee, a quarter wrapped in a handkerchief and nestled in their front pocket are first in line. They’ll get the premiere seats in the first three rows of the theatre. Boys, Boys, Boys

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Next are regular schoolboys, redheaded boys, blonde-haired boys, boys with freckles, boys with eyes filled with wonder, boys who giggle and boys serious as sin with younger brothers hanging on to older brother’s hand. They clutch the five bread wrappers they need for free admission to today’s event. As the theatre’s opening time creeps closer and closer, the excitement increases by decibels and many a bad guy meets his fate from a quick drawn forefinger and six shots from the imaginary pistol. That’s how their hero does it on the

silver screen.

At the far end of the line are the hard scrapple kids. Newspaper boys. Grocery store delivery boys. Window washers. Bus boys. That freckled-faced kid in the worn blue jeans and yellow tee shirt stained with newspaper ink? That’s me, a death grip on my five precious Sally Anne bread wrappers that allow me to enjoy the festivities free. Bread wrappers I had to go door-to-door to accumulate since 22 cents is way too much to pay for a loaf of bread. True, admission is

only a dime, the price of a Roy Rogers comic book, and you can read and re-read that sucker for weeks. Priorities, priorities.

Fan Letters for the “King of the Cowboys”

Why all the excitement, you ask? Simple. Today, the “King of the Cowboys,” Roy Rogers appears in his latest movie. Yes sir. Right here in Fulton, Missouri, LaCrosse, Wisconsin, Bethesda, Maryland, Macon, Georgia and all points in between, an unbelievable treat will

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occur, Roy and Trigger and Dale, aided by their German shepherd dog, Bullet, and Roy’s grizzled side kick, Gabby Hayes, will chase bad guys over the mesa and through the purple sage. Good triumphs over evil. Popcorn is a dime, Coke a nickel. Days like this built dreams that shape America.

Growing up in the Missouri Ozarks, I worshiped three heroes: Heavyweight champion Joe Louis, baseball’s great, Stan Musial, and that singing, hard-riding, straight shooter, Roy Rogers. And, I wasn’t the only teen-ager to adore Roy. In one month in 1951, he received 78,857 fan letters, an astonishing number when you remember this was before a kid’s every move was dictated by cell phones and the internet existed only in the mind of Jules Verne. A major characteristic of these letters is these boys – and make no mistake, the vast majority of the letter writers were pre-teen boyswanted to thank Rogers for his friendship though many added a P.S.: “If it’s not too much trouble could you send me an autographed picture with Trigger and Bullet?” If the letter writer included his return address, he received a picture of Golden Palomino, Trigger, rearing on his hind legs, with Roy looking right at you, waving. The inscription? “Happy trails to you.”

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What made Roy Rogers such a hero among boys of the 40’s, 50’s and 60’s? According to Dr. Franz Leopardo of Brown University, who has studied major stars from Shirley Temple to Johnny Depp, Roy’s main appeal was “ . . . his easy manner and authentic ways. His attitude was one of genuine concern for his fans and he spoke to them as if they were the most important part of his life.” That may be true. But in my humble opinion, the fact that Roy had a smart dog, a magnificent horse and a lovely wife who, if she couldn’t cook, could certainly sing, were important considerations as well. How He Got His Name

Born Leonard Franklin Slye, in Cincinnati, Ohio, in 1911, Rogers appeared in 100 motion pictures. In his autobiography, "Happy Trails: The Story of Roy Rogers and Dale Evans," he stated his stage name was bestowed on him by executives at Republic Pictures when he became their new singing cowboy replacing Gene Autry, who had moved on to greener pastures. The Rogers surname came from Will Rogers, the beloved western comic and storyteller who had recently died in a plane crash in Alaska. The first name Roy, came from the French word for "king," as in "Roy Rogers, King of the Cowboys." Roy said he had no input at all in his renaming decision. The new Roy Rogers watched movies of Will Rogers and adopted nuts."

2. "It's lazy of the local shopkeepers in Puerto Vallarta to close in the afternoons. I often needed to buy things during 'siesta' time -- this should be banned."

3. "On my holiday to Goa in India, I was disgusted to find that almost every restaurant served curry. I don't like spicy food." 4. "We booked an excursion to a water park but no-one told us we had to bring our own swimsuits and towels. We assumed it would be included in the price."

5. "The beach was too sandy. We had to clean everything when we returned to our room."

his affable, unassuming style. The result was his films - mostly Westerns – often appearing opposite his wife, “Queen of the West,” Dale Evans - were a big hit from the very first. Amazingly, his career spanned sixty-three years. During that time, Rogers also recorded twenty-seven best-selling albums, (he played 5 instruments including the clarinet, saxophone and piano), and toured with several musical groups, the most famous being Sons of the Pioneers. Roger’s recording “Tumbling Tumble Weeds” first marketed in 1934, sells thousands of CD’s today, though Roy died in 1998, at age 87. Another of his songs, “Cool Water,” recently received a big boost when it was featured in a Coen Brothers movie “The Ballard of Buster Scruggs.” Roy’s iconic tune, “Happy Trails” was written by Dale Evans, and is an evergreen hit. Career and Personal Challenges

Rogers, like many other celebs, received scathing criticism from religious leaders in his march to stardom. Why? When he and Dale Evans married, she became his third wife; Roy her fourth husband. (Unthinkable in the eyes of many Christians at the time and a blatant sin for such professed believers as Roy and Dale.) Roy’s first marriage to Lucile Ascolese, ended in divorce after their daughter died in childbirth. Roy’s second wife, Arlene Wilkens, died shortly after a difficult labor and birth of daughter

(I side with the VFW on this one. I strongly agree. The American Flag should not be trivialized by turning it into clothing - tennis shoes, boots, underwear, pants, caps. I also realize the fox has left the hen house on this issue, and the defacing of our flag will continue, often done in the name of patriotism.) How to Handle Criticism

Be that as it may, Rogers responded to this criticism in a novel way. He sang and recorded the National Anthem at the American Livestock Show in Kansas City, putting that rendition and six other songs in a record with the proceeds generated going to an America veteran’s organization. As they say, all pub-

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8. "No-one told us there would be fish in the water. The children were scared."

12. "It took us nine hours to fly home from Jamaica to England. It took the Americans only three hours to get home. This seems unfair."

10. "We went on holiday to Spain and had a problem with the taxi

During WWII, Rogers also came under fire for wearing American flag-inspired shirts and Necker chiefs at rodeos and personal appearances - the first big name star to do so. The VFW and American Legion suggested his movies be boycotted since, “. . . he fails to give the sacred American flag the respect it deserves.”

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drivers as they were all Spanish."

9. "Although the brochure said that there was a fully equipped kitchen, there was no egg-slicer in the drawers."

Roy’s response to these travails? “If there were no valleys of sadness and death, we could never really appreciate the sunshine of happiness on the mountain top.”

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6. "We found the sand was not like the sand in the brochure. Your brochure shows the sand as white but it was more yellow."

7. "They should not allow topless sunbathing on the beach. It was very distracting for my husband who just wanted to relax."

Robin Elizabeth, who passed within days of heart failure.

11. "The roads were uneven and bumpy, so we could not read the local guide book during the bus ride to the resort. Because of this, we were unaware of many things that would have made our holiday more fun."

13. "I compared the size of our onebedroom suite to our friends' threebedroom and ours was significantly smaller." 14. "The brochure stated: 'No hair-

dressers at the resort.' We're trainee hairdressers and we think they knew and made us wait longer for service."

15. "When we were in Spain, there were too many Spanish people there. The receptionist spoke Spanish, the food was Spanish. No one told us that there would be so many foreigners." 16. "We had to line up outside to catch the boat and there was no airconditioning."

17. "It is your duty as a tour operator to advise us of noisy or unruly guests before we travel."

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Social Butterfly

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Friends and Newcomers will be hold their first membership meeting of the fall on Thursday, September 12 at 9:30am at Pegah’s Kitchen, 945 S. Santa Fe Ave., Vista, CA. Our program will be an exhibition on quilting by one of our talented members and an exhibition on jewelry making by another of our talented members. This is a breakfast meeting, so one must purchase breakfast. Come learn what the Vista Friends is all about and have an enjoyable morning meeting new friends. Questions call 760-758-4120.

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Everyone is a STAR! – At the Boys & Girls Club of Oceanside, learn everything about Theater. Classes began on Monday, September 9th, but call 760.433-8920 to see if there is a spot for you today. Become a Star with the new free youth theater program, ages 7 to 17 years old, on Mondays and Wednesdays from 3pm to 6pm, from September 9th to November 17th, at 401 Country Club Lane, Oceanside, 92054. This is in collaboration with the Oceanside Theater Company, and you will learn the fundamentals of theater while working towards a final performance at the Brooks Theater. For more information, contact Hillary Adams at HADAMS@BGCOCEANSIDE.ORG or 760.433.8920. Vista Friends and Newcomers Meeting is Today, September 12th - The Vista

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According to an interview in the St. Louis Star-Times that ran in July 1948, Rogers never dreamed of being a movie star. He truly felt his calling was to be a doctor. In his early days in Hollywood, he often ‘pitched’ a movie idea where he played a country doctor who ministered to Native Americans, ranchers and pioneers. Alas, no studio was willing to take a gamble on his script. Being a Hollywood cowboy came natural for Rogers according to a 1946 interview for radio station, KFI in Los Angeles. “I am who I am,” he said. “There is no acting involved. I’m a cowboy who likes to sing. They didn’t have to teach me to ride a horse, either. I was practically born on one. I’ve been riding since I was three.” And the guitar?

“I can’t remember when I didn’t carry one around so I could pick out tunes when the mood struck. And singing has always been easy. I just open my mouth and let my voice out.” Born November 5, 1911, in addition to his many movies, Rogers also hosted popular radio and television shows, the most famous being the aptly named, The Roy Rogers Show, which ran from 1951

El Camino Quilt Guild Meets Today, Thursday, September 12th - The El Camino Quilt Guild meets at 9:30am today at the QLN Conference Center, 1938 Avenida Del Oro, Oceanside 92056. Parking is limited; please carpool if you can. Doors open 9am. Guest fee $10. Our speaker is Trudy Cleveland, a professional quilter and quilt photographer. She will share tips and techniques on how to unleash the creative features of your smartphone and start showcasing your quilts in photographs. Learn how to enhance your quilting process and how to edit images ready to print or post on social media. She will finish with a trunk show of quilts. Our September workshop is Shibori presented by Sharleen Taira. Shibori is a Japanese technique that typically involves folding, twisting or bunching cloth and binding it, or shaping cloth around elements like PVC pipe and rocks, then dyeing it with indigo blue dye to create beautiful patterns. Come join us for this enriching workshop at Quilt In A Day from 9:30am – 3:30pm on September 13th! Open to non-members. Contact Gretchen Clare to reserve your place grenlyc3@gmail.com. Visit elcaminoquilters.com or email info@elcaminoquilters.com for more information. The Worlds Youngest Solo Musician to Headline Own Concert at CCAE - The California Center for the Arts, Escondido and KPBS present Ethan Bortnick, Live in

through 1957 on NBC; in 1961 it was picked up by CBS and ran until 1964. Roy’s Sidekicks

The movies that contributed to his fame and fortune traditionally featured Roy’s relationship with his sidekicks – usually a bedraggled Western comic with a funny voice ala Smiley Burnette, or Andy Devine. After George “Gabby” Hayes and Pat Brady appeared in a string of Rogers’ films they became famous the world over, since Roy’s films were distributed worldwide. (They were particularly popular in Japan, Italy and Great Britain.)

A standard of a Rogers movie was for the sidekick to provide important information about the movie’s plot, highlighting the action to follow and alerting the viewer to its conflicts, giving the viewer a glimpse of their hero’s down to earth style and personality. Of equal importance was the sidekick’s ability to suggest at just the right time, “Let’s have a song from Roy.” Rogers migrated to California in 1930, when he was 18. At first he was overwhelmed by the number of cars and people on the street. In a 1954 Hollywood Reporter interview, he‘s quoted as follows, “At first when I’d go out and see all those cars zooming by and people almost running to get where they were going, I’d sweat and get sick to my stomach.” But, Roy quickly overcame his anxiety and soon

Concert, “Generations of Music” for onenight only at the California Center for the Arts, Escondido on Friday, September 13th at 7:30pm in the Center Theater. Ethan Bortnick is a talented pianist, singer, composer, songwriter, and musician who at age 9 was listed in the Guinness World Records for The Worlds Youngest Solo Musician to Headline His Own Concert Tour. In July 2011 (age 10), he became the youngest headliner at the Las Vegas Hilton. Ethans live concerts are filled with surprises and talent that dazzle audiences and fills them with a sense of wonder and awe. People leave Ethans shows feeling elated, transformed, uplifted, and inspired, saying it was the best show they have ever been to, hands down. This is a must-see for the entire family! He will also involve the audience in the show, compose music on the spot, put together songs instantly using audience stories/ideas, and answer questions. This concert brings all generations closer together and will create memories to last a lifetime and will make the perfect gift for anyone in your life, of any age. Tickets for the show are $28-$50 and are on sale online at artcenter.org or at the Center ticket office at 340 N. Escondido Blvd., Escondido, 92025, or by calling 800.988.4253. For more information about the show as well as purchase tickets, visit http://artcenter.org/event/ethan-bortnick/.

String Quarter Jam Band Performs on Friday, September 13th – Join us at the California Center for the Arts, Escondido, (CCAE), also known as the Center, on Friday, September 13th, for the Hidden City Sounds at the Lyric Court of the unique sound of the String Quartet Jam Band “Strings of Thought”, starting at 7pm. The Hidden City Sounds takes place every Friday evening through October 4th. This collaboration of four unique string players has a common desire to share their gifts with others; their unity has created a fun, brilliant and organic interpretation of musical artistry as the first “String Quartet

joined such musical groups as The Hollywood Hillbillies, Rocky Mountaineers, Texas Outlaws, and later, his own group, the International Cowboys. Sons of The Pioneers

In 1934 he and Bob Nolan, formed the highly successful Sons of the Pioneers. With that group Rogers was known as Leonard Slye, and later, Dick Weston. The Sons first big break came in the western, Rhythm on the Range (1936), starring the old crooner himself, Bing Crosby, and “America’s Loudmouth,” Martha Raye. In an ironic twist, Rogers next movie role was as a bandit opposite Gene Autry, “The Singing Cowboy,” in The Old Corral. In 1937 Rogers left Sons of The Pioneers to hit the trail alone. His first starring film came in 1938, Under Western Stars. While Cincinnati is listed as Roger’s birthplace, the town of Portsmouth, Ohio vigorously claims him as native to their city. Their small museum contains mementoes of Rogers’ career as well as hoofprints of Trigger and handprints of Roy and his son, Dusty, in the sidewalk just out the front door. Each year on Roy Rogers Day, as long as he was able, Roy or Dusty, or both, were present at this celebration.

One thing is for certain. In a Roy Rogers film, you got what you came to see. Bad guys were captured and turned over to a grateful

Jam Band.” No performance is the same; they follow the flow of the given moment to create entirely new interpretations and improvisations of popular rock and classic hits. They are as fun visually as they are sonically. For more information about their performance, visit http://artcenter.org/event/hidden-citysounds-strings-of-thought/. Enjoy a different genre of live music each week along with DJ's, food trucks, inflatables, and a cash bar. The Center is located at 340 N. Escondido Blvd, Escondido. The Ticket Office can be reached at (800) 988-4253. Tickets can also be purchased online. To learn more, including performance dates, times, and ticket information, visit artcenter.org, http://artcenter.org/events/category/hidden-city-sounds-2/.

Family Friendly Art Lesson Teaches Chalk Impressionism – On Saturday, September 14th, the Education Department at the California Center for the Arts, Escondido (CCAE) is hosting another free 2nd Saturday art lesson. Impressionism, a 19th Century style of art, characterized by vibrant colors, an emphasis on light, and vivid st5rokes that aim to capture the feeling of a subject over an exact replication, is the inspiration for this Saturday’s art lesson. Led by our Center Teaching Artist, Nancy Robinson, participants will create a colorful tulip using soft chalk pastels. Enjoy the exhibition on view, Edgar Degas: The Private Impressionist, Works on Paper by the Artist and his Circle, for free after your lesson.

Held the 2nd Saturday each month, lessons include all materials, are adaptable for diverse learning levels, and are led by a Center Teaching artist. Seating is limited and registration is required. Sign up using the link below. The free art lesson is from 10am-11am and space is limited; seats are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Lessons take place in Studio 2. For easy

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sheriff, after of course, Roy shot the gun out of the main crook’s hand. Villains in his films were easily identified – character actor Roy Barcoff, often played this role – the nefarious individual was a bank robber, rustler, bully or stagecoach robber wearing a black hat, a sneer and with a motley gang of crooks as followers.

The plot was pretty standard, with some version of Roy chasing the gang over hill and plains on fastrunning Trigger - rescuing Dale from a run-away stage or rushing river were just diversions - and always, Roy brought the dastardly crooks to justice then joined Dale for a Western song. What could be better than that? Message of Good Citizenship

Usually, particularly in his comic books, Roy delivered a message at the end of each story: Be good to your neighbors, respect your elders, study hard in school and give every one you meet a fair shake regardless of their race or national origin. A solid message that shaped a nation. Roy made a guest appearance on Wonder Woman in 1977, that reflected his real life. In the episode, he plays a westerner who has adopted several children. (In reality, Roy and Dale adopted seven children.) Roy's conservative beliefs showed at this time. He

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Local News

The Paper • Page 4 • September 12, 2019 Fatal Traffic Collision - Del Lago Blvd and I-15 Escondido

On September 2, 2019 at 3:30 PM, Escondido Police and Escondido Fire responded to a vehicle collision on Del Lago Blvd. over Interstate 15, in Escondido.

The following information is based on witness statements as well evidence at the scene. An 81-year-old male was driving a black 1998 Jaguar XK6 south on Interstate 15 in the HOV lanes. The driver exited at the HOV off-ramp to Del Lago Blvd. at or near freeway speed. A 43-year-old male was driving a white 1996 Toyota Avalon west on Del Lago Blvd. crossing the Interstate 15 HOV lane off-ramp. The driver of the Jaguar failed to stop for a red traffic signal and collided broadsid e into the Toyota. The front seat passenger in the Toyota suffered multiple traumatic injuries and was pronounced deceased at the scene. The driver of the Toyota was transported by Escondido Fire Paramedics to Palomar Medical Center with minor injuries. Both the driver of the Jaguar and his 51-year-old female passenger were also transported to Palomar Medical Center by the Escondido Fire Department. The driver’s status is listed as critical condition and the passenger received serious injuries but is list-

ed in stable condition.

Both the passenger of the Toyota and the driver of the Jaguar were unrestrained at the time of the collision. Currently, it is unknown if alcohol and/or drugs were a factor in this collision. The cause of this collision is under investigation by Officer Frank Huston of the Escondido Police Department Traffic Division. Anyone who may have witnessed this collision is encouraged to contact Officer Huston at (760) 839-4423. Shrinking Enrollment, Shrinking Reserves . . . Danger Signals for the Vista School District?

A financil crisis could be on the near horizon for the Vista Unified School District. That’s the summary of a recent state report that points out enrollment is shrinking as are the financial reserves for the Vista Unified School District. How to get its financial house in order without shortchanging its students now moves to the forefront on the priority scale. Superintendent Linda Kimble acknowledge the report and recognizes the fact contained within.

The report by the state Fiscal Crisis and Management Assistance Team, ranks the district at “moderate” fis-

As mentioned in last week’s column, Jeb is docile, loving, loyal and playful. How do dogs like Jeb wind up in the situation in which he finds himself? Often, it’s because they were abandoned . . . sometimes simply because of old age . . .sometimes due to medical issues. Here’s an example:

Man About Town Old dogs don't belong in shelters...

Happy to report there’s progress on Jeb . . . the dog we featured in last week’s guest commentary by great friend Bruce Krider. Jeb does NOT have the neurological problem, Degenerative Myelopathy, we all thought he had. He still has problems but they may be treatable and we may be able to save him. Still some expensive diagnostic tests ahead but one of our worst fears is now behind us.

Jeb still nees a foster home while The Puppy Coalition monitors his health and provides the necessary support. He just needs a home with a loving caregiver until we find an answer to Jeb’s problems.

A letter to Jeb's original owners:

Dear Jeb's previous owner/family,

We are writing today to inform you that Jeb is now here with us, moved again. He has moved 3 times, from the shelter, to a kennel, and now to a home in the past few weeks. He’s very confused and doesn't understand what has happened to his owner/family. He is certain he needs to be somewhere, he keeps picking up his leash and taking me to the car, he just isn’t sure where to tell me to go. Jeb doesn’t know what has happened, he doesn’t know what he’s done wrong, he also doesn’t know why he’s having so much trouble walking around. Who better to help Jeb through this difficult time of his life than his caring owners. Who knows him better than the people that have cared for him for the past 10+ years of his life?

He seems like a strong willed guy, really doesn’t like being out of control of his legs, he’s sad, and frustrated. On top of all that he’s been

cal risk, based on its scores from a checklist of spending and accounting practices.

“Of significant concern is the year over year loss of revenue due to the district’s steady decline in enrollment, which is projected to continue into the next two years,” the report stated.

Enrollment has fallen each year since 2013-14, the report stated, with a 3 percent drop in the number of students between 2017-18 and 2018-19. With fewer students, the district must cut costs to compensate for the loss of revenue, but it continues to spend more than it brings in, jeopardizing its required reserves. “The district has experienced deficit spending in the past two years and is expected to deficit spend in the current fiscal year,” the report stated. Vista Unified is also grappling with rising special education costs and increased rates for worker’s compensation, liability and property insurance, former Deputy Superintendent Donna Caperton stated previously.

Vista is one of many San Diego districts struggling to make ends meet, and one of several in North County facing declining enrollment and budget deficits. The Oceanside School Disrict has commissioned a similar study. shuffled around from place to place, person to person, no one knows what his favorite snack is, or his favorite past time. The places he really doesn’t like to be petted and the music he prefers to listen to. No one has been able to take the time to really bond and get to know him, not like an owner of 10+ yrs could. No one can love him the way his owner could. More importantly, no one deserves to be deserted like this.

What happens when a dog gets old enough that their owner’s feel it’s better they give them away? Is that it? Is it just too sad to have an old dog? How do you take a living creature that you’ve cared for, for 10+ years to a shelter and just leave it there? Why do we see old dogs in the shelter time and time again? Is it because you feel you couldn’t care for him in this condition and maybe someone else could give him a better life? Do you really think he is having a better life now? Confused? Sad? Frustrated? Did you know that no one can cure what he has? No one can make it stop or make it go away? Would that have changed your mind to abandon him? If you knew nothing could be done but love him, would you still have taken him to the shelter?

Was it for “unforeseen circumstances”? If you really loved Jeb, you would have helped him have the best end of his life possible and then helped him over the rainbow bridge. Sure it’s sad, sure it’s the hardest thing I’ve ever had to do in

Letters to the Editor A Fan Letter (I Think)

Dear Mr. Editor:

I’m going to start this opinion by telling you I LOVE THE PAPER!

Now I know you probably assume I’m older, but don’t let the fact that I’m communicating with you by pen and paper fool you. I may be 67 years old but I act and feel like a 65 year old. (No matter what my wife says). I’ve never written a letter to an editor. Am I allowed to just ramble on with my opinion? OK.

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my own life, personally, but it’s available for a reason. This poor dog is not getting around well and our house is very difficult for him and he is going to have to go back to the kennels unless the rescue can find him a forever foster/hospice care. A 4th move, possibly a 5th. Can you imagine being an 80 year old man, you’ve just lost your license to drive a car, your wife dumped you, and you have to use a walker to get around. Now also imagine that same old man having to move from one nursing home to the next because of overcrowding or whatever reason you can think of, how much unnecessary stress has now been put on the old man, just to try and find him a stable place to die in. And he knows NO ONE familiar! No friends, children, relatives to come visit him, he knows NO ONE. I beg you, please never get a dog ever again. Please know Jeb is so confused, on why he’s all alone, and why it’s so hard for him to get around. He wishes he could be back with you, he wishes he could take back whatever he did that made you drop him off at the shelter. He’s sorry he’s not there with you, protecting you, his family, he’s so sure he’s supposed to be somewhere, that he’s missing something, someone. We are so sad for Jeb, he's such a sweet guy.

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insisted to the show's producers that Wonder Woman star, Lynda Carter wear more clothing than the "bathing suit" type of costume she normally wore. Roy’s protest prevailed. Carter donned a sleeved solid red top and white chino pants for scenes with Rogers.

In his long career, Roy received many awards, among them his induction, along with Dale, into the Hall of Great Western Performers of the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum in 1976; this institution honored him again in 1995, as a founding member of Sons of the Pioneers. 1995. Rogers was also awarded 3 Stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for Motion Pictures at 1752 Vine Street; for Radio at 1733 Vine Street; and for Television at 1620 Vine Street Over 50 Million People Watched Him

It comes as no surprise that he was a strong advocate of gun ownership and appeared in TV commercials sponsored by the National Rifle Association opposing a proposed ban outlawing certain types of guns in California. In his later years, he had financial difficulties due to real estate investments that didn’t work out, and Dale Evans often paid his bills. Rogers became a bit of a curmudg-

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Well, I look forward to reading Chuckles every week. (I hope that doesn’t give you the impression that I don’t lead an exciting life).

Truthfully, the comics in my daily paper . . . I never crack a smile. Chuckles makes me laugh out loud. My friends got interested in The Paper just because I shared some jokes.

Well, this is the only letter to an editor I’m ever going to write so I’ll continue sharing my opinion. Hey! Are you still awake?

OK. My mind is quick as a whip. I guess that’s why I have litle interest in reading something longer than four or five paragraphs. In your column, I’ve read many people praising and gushing over Friedrich Gomez. I decided to see what the whoop-de-do was all about and read a few paragraphs. When I turned to page 2 there was Chuckles and I forgot about Friedrich. The next week I was interested

eon as well. “When I die,” he said, “just skin me out and put me up on old Trigger and I'll be happy.” He also expressed his dislike of a certain California Law: “Another thing that burns me up is that California voted in capital punishment and the politicians haven't electrocuted anyone yet.’ One last reminder about the width and depth of Rogers’ popularity. Over 50 million people attended his movies, listened to his radio show or watched him on TV. Not bad for a western cowboy who wanted to be a country doctor. •••• For better or worse, Orvon Gene Autry ushered in the ‘singing cowboy’ rage of the 30s and 40s. According to many authorities, he’s the greatest western star of all time, earning the designation of "America's Favorite Cowboy" and “The Singing Cowboy,” in 1931. After graduating from Ravia (Oklahoma) High School, Autry worked as a laborer for the St. Louis and San Francisco Railroad. Always curious and a good student, he became intrigued by the speed and range of the telegraph and quickly learned the dots and dashes needed to become a licensed telegrapher. He often took his guitar to work with him and playing tunes in the railroad depot for his own amusement. One day Will Rogers, the rope-twirling Western comic and storyteller, heard him. Following his advice, Autry travelled to New

in the subject Friedrich was covering. When I got to about the eighth paragraph I thought, “this is the longest I’ve ever read without a break.”

I don’t want it to sound like a cliche’ or that I am gushing, but I couldn’t put The Paper down until I finished Friedrich’s story. (OK. I took one break. Because I was drinking a lot of iced tea while I was reading.) But I came right back. I know it’s just my humble opinion, but I love you guys. /s/ Walter Cramp (Yes, Cramp!) San Diego County, CA.

A Discussion

Let’s see if I understand this.

San Diego Gas & Electric is a privately owned regulated public utility providing natural gas and electricity to all of San Diego County and the southern part of Orange County. The company has no competition in the areas it serves. By law it can’t bill for a profit on the electricity it provides, but it can and does get reimbursed for its cost. It additionally bills for cost of the pipelines and other infrastructure required to deliver the electricity. They are allowed to mark up the infrastructure costs for a small profit approved by California’s Public Utility Commission. On the sur-

York to test his talent there. He was unsuccessful, not for lack of talent, but because of lack of exposure.

Gene returned to Texas and began his career singing on a local radio station in 1928. He was a busy boy after that. Within 3 years he had his own show and turned out his first recordings. Three years later he was in Hollywood, debuting in Ken Maynard's movie, In Old Santa Fe; he starred in a 13-part serial the following year for Mascot Pictures, The Phantom Empire. The next year Autry signed on with Republic Pictures and began making westerns. His movies were churned out quickly, and the alert viewer often saw moving automobiles, airplanes and other modern conveniences in his screen shots. Autry’s audience could care less about such distractions and his picture shows often grossed ten times their average $50,000 production costs.

World War II came along and ever the patriot, Autry enlisted in the Army. He became a flight officer for the Air Transport Command, serving from 1942 to 1946. After his discharge Gene returned to the movies, this time with Columbia Pictures, and finally with his own company, Flying A Productions. In the 1950s, he produced his own TV series, The Gene Autry Show which was followed by The Adventures of Champion, and Annie Oakley. During his career, Autry wrote over 200 songs. A savvy businessman, he retired from acting in the early

face it sounds like a pretty good deal for SDG&E customers.

Suddenly popular among municipalities are attempts at major savings on electricity cost through Aggregating. Meaning cities want to hire their own expert to buy electricity on the open market but still rely on SDG&E’s infrastructure to deliver the electricity. In order to achieve a sufficient volume of energy to permit perceived savings the municipalities (San Diego County cities) propose forming partnerships among themselves to share in the costs and potential profits. Are there really that many experts in energy privately available to cities as to ensure the success of such a venture? What happens to participant cities if having purchased electricity on the open market for future delivery the cost goes down? It seems electricity is just another commodity like soybeans, barley and wheat. Is it really a good idea for our city governments to be speculating in the commodities market? Does it make more sense just to leave our arrangement with SDG&E alone? They seem to know what they are doing. But then, maybe I just don’t understand. /s/Sid Colquitt Escondido, CA.

The Old Geezer

I enjoyed the cover article about the Geezer Bandit. Has anyone

1960s and became a multi-millionaire from his investments in hotels, real estate and radio and TV stations. He also owned the California Angels, professional baseball team. “I was a light-hitting second baseman when I played on town teams in Texas,” Autry said, “but no one loved the game more than I did.” Those who dismiss him as a simple cowboy, would do well to check his credentials. He was a serious composer/songwriter penning, and in some cases, singing such classics as "Back in the Saddle Again” and "That Silver-Haired Daddy of Mine". He won the National Parents-Teachers Film Award for the movies and television programs he produced. He joined ASCAP in 1939 and composed and recorded such hits as, "Here Comes Santa Claus", "Be Honest With Me", "Tears on My Pillow", "Dixie Cannonball", "Good Old-Fashioned Hoedown", "You're the Only Star in My Blue Heaven", and "I Wish I Had Never Met Sunshine."

His song, "That Silver-Haired Daddy of Mine" sold over 500,000 copies in its first release and Autry is the first artist in history to earn a gold record, and the first to sell a 1,000,000 copies of a recorded song. He accomplished that feat with the afore mentioned, "SilverHaired Daddy." His concerts were well-attended - he was the first

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thought there might be a link to the famous D.B. “Cooper” airplane hijacker? Some investigators think the late San Diegan, Robert Rackstraw was D. B. Cooper. Rackstraw died in July of this year at age 75. Both the highjacker and bandit were brilliant! What do you think?

Susan Clark San Diego County, Ca.

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artist ever to sell out Madison Square Garden.

His iconic song, "Rudolph the RedNosed Reindeer" is the second highest selling Christmas song of all time, having sold over 30 million copies. In 1940, Autry was the 4th highest grossing box office attraction in Hollywood, according to Theater Exhibitors of America, after Mickey Rooney, Clark Gable, and Spencer Tracy. His music success translated into success in other fields. In 1948, Dell Publishing printed over 1,000,000 Gene Autry Comic Books. Autry was also voted Number 49 on CMT's 50 Greatest Men of Country Music. He also had 2 songs on CMT's 100 Greatest Songs Of Country, and in the year 2000, at the turn of the century, both “Rudolph” and “Silver-Haired Daddy” were named to the Top Songs of the Twentieth Century list. Golden West Broadcasting.

In November 1963, Autry purchased KTLA Radio for his Golden West Broadcasters, for $12 million and merged the station with his other broadcasting properties, including KMPC radio and KTLA Channel 5. Autry’s programming was heavy on western-themed programs: The Gene Autry Show, Bonanza, The Big Valley. Later on, he added Kung Fu, Wonder Woman and Starsky & Hutch. When he died, his broadcasting companies were estimated to be worth $400 Million dollars. The California Angels

When he became owner of a major league baseball team, Autry was more than a figure head. He often donned a uniform (Number 26 – as in the 26th player on a 25-player roster) and fielded ground balls during batting practice. Until his death, he was Vice President of the American League. Autry become a compromise owner of the rights to place a team in California in 1961, after his application for broadcasting rights was approved. He showed his familiarity with baseball history by naming his team the Angels. They played their first season at Chavez Ravine – home of the Dodgers - before Autry negotiated an agreement to build a stadium in the City of Anaheim. Their inaugural year, the Angels drew over 1.4 million, leading the American League in attendance. The Angels won their first American League West Division championship in 1979 under manager Jim Fregosi, a former Angel shortstop, but never won the World Series while “The Cowboy” was alive - a nickname lovingly bestowed on Autry, “He knew his baseball,” said Fergosi. “And he never interfered in baseball operations.” At the start of the 1999 season, his number was retired; Autry died of cancer the year before.

Success In Many Fields

How many men do you know who have had a town named for them? In Autry’s case, the town is in Oklahoma, Gene Autry, Oklahoma. Each year they host a festival to proudly celebrate their name and the hero they named the city for. Autry has 5 stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, for Recording, Movies, Television, Radio, and Live Theater. He died of cancer in Los Angeles, California in 1998. He once stated, "I'm not a good actor, a good rider, or a particularly good singer, but they seem to like what I do, so I'll keep on doing it as long as they want." His interests in authentic western memorabilia resulted in the Gene Autry Cowboy Museum which is near Disneyland in Anaheim. The gasoline company he started and still exists, Flying A, takes its name from his interest in flying and the letter of his last name. He published his autobiography, "Back in the Saddle Again," in 1978. In his movies, Gene’s sensibilities show. He never once hit anyone smaller than himself, he never abused animals, (he always treated his horse Champion as gold), he was kind to children and dogs, and showed great respect for women often removing his hat when speaking to them- and always, always, the good guys won and of course he closed every show with a song. Along with Roy Rogers, Gene Autry helped define the culture of an America starting in the 1930s. True, Autry was a singing cowboy, but to many, he was much more - a kindly, yet stern and fair, SilverHaired Daddy.

Mixed Priorities

This session, several important bills were blocked in the Senate and Assembly Appropriations Committees. While good bills die, others, like allowing felons to serve on juries got support.

The Renter's Tax Credit to help low and middle income renters has not been increased in decades to keep up with the cost of living. Senate Bill 248 (Steve Glazer D - Orinda) would have helped millions. A major priority of the legislature is tackling high housing costs, yet renters were let down. Assembly Bill 211 (Ian Calderon D – Whittier) incentivized college savings by allowing tax deductions for Californians contributing to 529 savings plans. Student loans amount to 61% of all federal college financial aid, which is now estimated at over $1.5 trillion. In California, that debt averages $22,000 per student. Surprisingly, we are one of only 7 states that don’t allow tax deductions for 529 college savings plans. Why?

Approximately three in ten eligible California households miss out on food benefits available through CalFresh. Senate Bill 285 (Scott Wiener D – San Francisco), would have simplified applications for CalFresh by allowing phone or online access. And another bill

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In 2017, the National Human Trafficking Hotline received almost 4,000 calls related to human trafficking cases in California, with children making up about one quarter of the victims. AB 663 (Jordan Cunningham R - Templeton), would have strengthened criminal penalties for soliciting minors. This failed to pass. Many are disappointed that the majority party in Appropriations stalled each of these bills, denying them a final floor vote this year. We can try again early next year, but Appropriations remains a high hurdle.

Assembly Republican Leader Marie Waldron, R-Escondido, represents the 75th Assembly District in the California Legislature, which includes the communities of Bonsall, Escondido, Fallbrook, Hidden Meadows, Pala, Palomar Mountain, Pauma Valley, Rainbow, San Marcos, Temecula, Valley Center and Vista.

5th District Supervisor

Jim Desmond


By now most kids are back in school, the house is probably a little quieter (good or bad) and the summer starts to fade away. Pete Peterson, Prolific Writer, Marine Veteran, World Traveler, Adventurer, Raconteur, Storyteller, Weaver of Magical Events, and a Frequent Contributor of Cover Stores for The Paper

aimed at needy Californians, SB 258 (Robert Hertzberg D – Van Nuys), required development of programs to provide grants for homeless shelters to help care for pets owned by homeless persons.

For the kids, whether you’re going to middle school, high school or off to college enjoy these days. You may not know it now, but these are the simpler times. Don’t stress over trying to make the team, or getting a bad grade. Try your best and know that there are bigger responsibilities ahead. For the parents, love your kids unconditionally. Soon they’ll be off with their own friends, annoyed at their parents. Make sure to cherish every moment. My wife, Kerri, and I still talk about the days when our kids and their friends were all over at the house causing a ruckus. Those were great days.

The next generation represents the future of San Diego County for many years to

come. Let’s make sure they have all the resources they need to thrive.

The beginning of the school year can be a stressful time for everyone involved, but it doesn’t have to be. Enjoy the days, enjoy your family and let’s have a great rest of the year!

Supervisor Jim Desmond

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North County Office – by appointment only 325 S. Melrose Ave., Suite 5200 Vista, CA 92081 Mon.-Fri., 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Website: www.supervisorjimdesmond.com Email:


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access, park near the Boys & Girls Club in the public parking lot off of Woodward Ave. and N. Escondido Blvd., and enter the studio hallway near the Grape Day Park entrance by the Escondido Historical Train Depot. For questions or additional information about this program, contact Education Program Coordinator, Laurissa Rudgers, at 760-839-4176 or lrudgers@artcenter.org <mailto:lrudgers@artcenter.org>. For more information, visit http://artcenter.org/event/2nd-saturdaychalk-impressionism/. All events at the California Center for the Arts, Escondido can be found at ArtCenter.org. The Center is located at 340 N. Escondido Blvd. in Escondido. the Ticket Office can be reached at (800) 988-4253. Kiss Blood Cancer Goodbye – In honor of Blood Cancer Awareness Month (September), The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society invites you to join their Kiss Blood Cancer Goodbye social media challenge to raise awareness and funds for lifesaving research towards a world without blood cancer. Post a creative photo or video on your social media channels showing how you kiss blood cancer goodbye, then tag three friends to complete the challenge. Be sure to use #KissBloodCancerGoodbye in your post and tag LLS on Facebook (@LLSusa), Twitter (@LLSusa) and Instagram (@LeukemiaLymphomaSociety). Feeling shy on social? Donate to LLS so we can continue to support patients and their families and fund groundbreaking research that is helping change the cancer landscape.

Give Today to Double your Impact! – Thanks to a generous match from Wells Fargo, they will match your donations to San Diego Habitat for Humanity so your donations will make twice the impact. This is a limited-time opportunity that will double your impact. As part of Wells Fargo’s commitment to increasing access to safe, affordable places to live, they have generously offered to match every gift to San Diego Habitat for Humanity in the next 30 days, up to $15,000. Although more than 550 homeowners have found strength and stability by partnering with San Diego Habitat, there are still thousands of local families in need of a decent and affordable place to call home. We are hard at work, but we need your help. Please give now to double your impact. With your support, we can build more homes, make critical home repairs, and ultimately help more families achieve the stability they need to build a better future. We hope we can count on your support today. San Diego Habitat for Humanity is located at 8128 Mercury Court, San Diego, CA 92111. Family Band Brings Blood Harmony Rock to CCAE – On Friday, September 20th, join us at the California Center for the Arts, Escondido (CCAE), for the Hidden City Sounds that fill the Lyric Court with music every Friday night through October 4th. This family band, “Daring Greatly” brings Harmony Rock to the Center at 7pm. After opening for top headlining acts such as The Doobie Brothers, Bon Jovi, and The Struts, the classic rock/soul family band “Daring Greatly” consists of a father, his two adult sons and their two best friends who continue to set the model for how a band can be successful in an independent and healthy music scene. Originally from Calgary, Alberta, they have been touring all over the U.S. and Canada for the last four years.

For more information about their performance, visit http://artcenter.org/event/hidden-city-sounds-daring-greatly/. Learn more about the Hidden City Sound music series here: http://artcenter.org/events/category/hidden-city-sounds-2/. The Center is located at 340 N. Escondido Blvd., Escondido. The Ticket Office can be reached at (800) 988-4253. Tickets can also be purchased online. To learn more, including performance dates, times, and ticket information, visit artcenter.org <http://artcenter.org/>.

St. Patrick Church's 7th Annual Oktoberfest – On Saturday, September 21st from 5pm to 9pm, St. Patrick Church’s 7th Annual Oktoberfest will be held at the Parish Hall, 3821 Adams St., Carlsbad, 92008. This will be a fun time for the entire family with live “Traditional German Music” and food prepared by Tip Top Meats of Carlsbad. Tickets are $20 for dinner; drinks available for additional cost. For more information, visit https://tinyurl.com/StPatoktoberfest.

Carlsbad Republican Women Welcome Susan Johnson, Expert on Human Trafficking - On Tuesday, September 24th, the Carlsbad Republican Women welcome keynote speaker, Susan Johnson, Director/Co-founder of the Alabaster Jar Project. The Alabaster Jar Project empowers survivors of trafficking and sexual exploitation in North San Diego County through long-term housing and other holistic services. Johnson will present, "Human Trafficking in San Diego – How Community Can Make a Difference.” Don’t miss this opportunity to understand the devastating effects of this growing human tragedy in our midst. Attendees will be empowered by learning the signs of human trafficking and the available resources that impact and change lives.

Ms. Johnson’s passion for the trafficked and exploited stems from childhood sexual and physical abuse and exposure to the drug and gang subculture as a teen in Oceanside. Her strong advocacy and support for women reflect her core beliefs: Trafficking and exploitation are violations of human rights, the core of which stems from the misunderstanding and ignorance of our own value as well as the true value and importance of women. The experiences and circumstances that leaves one vulnerable to being exploited stems from the need to be loved and valued and those needs being exploited. “The hunger for love is much more difficult to remove than the hunger for bread.” - Mother Teresa. And Community can restore and be the answer to this need for love as true love protects, defends, builds, encourages and empowers. Carlsbad Republican Women Federated general meetings are held the fourth Tuesday of the month at the Green Dragon Tavern and Museum, 6115 Paseo del Norte, Carlsbad, 92011. Doors open at 11:00am and the program begins at 11:30am. Cost is $30/members and $35/non-members. Check or cash only. For more information, contact Ann at (760) 415-7006 or annie13035@yahoo.com. RSVP no later than Friday, September 20th at 2pm. Check us out at www.CarlsbadRepublicans.com.

Soroptimists Seek Applicants for Education Grants - Women who serve as the primary wage earners for their families and seek financial assistance to continue their education or receive training can now apply for the Soroptimist Live Your Dream: Education and Training Awards for Women. Applications are available at Soroptimist International of Vista and North County Inland's website, www.soroptimistvista.org, or by contacting Eden Weinberger at eden@soroptimistvista.org. The application deadline is November 15th. Soroptimist clubs throughout San Diego County are collaborating in an effort to seek out applicants and help them apply. Workshops on local college campuses county-wide to help applicants navigate the process are planned. Each Soroptimist club sets its own award level(s) based on the amount the club has raised for their award(s) through its various fundraisers. For its 2018-2019 fiscal year, SI Vista NCI awarded $5,000 apiece to three women attending local colleges. Recipients may use the Live Your Dream Award to offset costs associated with their efforts to attain higher education or additional skills and training. This includes tuition, books, childcare, transportation or any other education-related expense.

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Historically Speaking by Tom Morrow

Benedict Arnold: America’s First Traitor

Most Americans have heard the name “Benedict Arnold.” That moniker is usually uttered in an insulting manner. The real historical character was a businessman-turned Continental Army officer serving under George Washington during America’s Revolutionary War.

Benedict Arnold

The problem was just prior to the climax of the War, Arnold jumped ship to join the British army.

Arnold originally fought with distinction and valor for Washington, but when he thought he was being unfairly treated as a hero of the Revolution, Arnold defected to the British army – primarily because of money.

Connecticut-born on Jan. 14, 1741, when Arnold joined the Continental Army in 1775, he had become a rather wealthy merchant operating ships of trade on the Atlantic Ocean. In the Continental Army, he was commissioned a captain and rose through the ranks as he distinguished himself through acts of intelligence and valor. Arnold’s heroic actions included his leadership and bravery in the battles at Montreal and Quebec. He also was instrumental in bringing about the capture of Fort Ticonderoga. As a result, Arnold was promoted to major general and participated in operations and action in 1777, during the pivotal Battle of Saratoga.

Despite Arnold's successes, he was passed over for promotion by the Continental Congress while other officers claimed credit for some of his accomplishments. Adversaries in military and political circles brought a number of charges of corruption or other malfeasance, but he was acquitted on each occasion in formal inquiries. Finally, after Arnold pressed the issue of the government’s debt to him of more than $30,000, Congress investigated his accounts and found the fledging United States did owe Arnold a lot of money because he spent much of his own treasure to date on the War effort. But

Congress had no money and agreed to put off payment until after the War.

Frustrated and bitter at this, as well as the Congresses’ alliance with France and failure to accept Britain's 1778 proposal to grant full self-governance in the Colonies, Arnold decided to change sides and opened secret negotiations with the British.

In July 1780, as a Continental general, Arnold pursued and was offered command of West Point (then an important Continental Army fortress guarding the Hudson River). Once in command, Arnold's ultimate plan was to surrender the fort to the British, but the scheme was exposed when American forces captured British Major John André, who was carrying papers that revealed the plot. Upon learning of André's capture and fearing compromise, Arnold fled down the Hudson River to a British ship, narrowly avoiding capture by the intelligence forces of George Washington, who had been alerted to the plot.

With the British, Arnold received a commission as a brigadier general in the Royal Army, an annual pension of 360-pound sterling, and a lump sum of more than 6,000 pounds. He led British forces on raids in Virginia, and against New London and Groton, Connecticut, but by that time the War effectively ended with the American victory at Yorktown.

In the winter of 1782, Arnold moved to London with his second wife, Margaret Shippen Arnold. He was well-received by King George III and the Tories (Conservative party), but frowned upon by the Whigs (the opposing party). In 1787, he returned to the merchant business with his sons Richard and Henry in St. John, New Brunswick. In 1791, he returned to London to settle permanently where he died in 1801. Because of the way he changed sides, his name quickly became an insulting byword in United States for treason or betrayal. His conflicting legacy is recalled in the ambiguous nature of some of the memorials that have been placed in his honor (or dishonor). What price does a man put on loyalty to one’s country? In Arnold’s case, was it worth spending eternity as American history’s number one traitor and villain?

WEDDING TEARS -- A little boy was poarticipating in an uncle’s wedding. As he came down the aisle, he took two steps, stopped, turned to the crowd (alternating between bride's side and groom's side). While facing the crowd, he would put his hands up like claws and roar. So, it went, step, step, "ROAR," step, step, "ROAR," all the way down the aisle.

By the time the little boy had reached the pulpit, the wedding crowd was near tears from laughing. The youngster, however, was getting more and more distressed from all the laughter and also was near tears. When the minister asked what he was doing, the child sniffed and said, "I was being the ring bear." SCAG SEZ: It seems that, to become a big gun in business, you shouldn't be fired.” – Cecil Scaglione, Mature Life Features

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Ecumenical mystery solved By Robert Lerner, Historian Valley Center History Museum

Why did a prominent Valley Center resident who was Jewish underwrite the cost of a stained-glass memorial window at a local Christian church? It is a question that has been asked repeatedly over several decades, but the answer was recently uncovered in a vintage file at the Valley Center History Museum.

The church was Valley Center Community Church, an interdemoninational meetinghouse which traces its roots to 1885. Since its founding, it had been meeting in rented spaces until 1947 when the church acquired a permanent home. The former Marine Base Chapel at Camp Elliott San Diego was decommissioned, taken apart, and moved to Valley Center as new home of the church..

When a call went out to fund the cost of nine stained-glass memorial windows, Martin Gang, often described as a pillar of the Jewish community and the leader of several major national Jewish organizations, was among those who came forward with funding. So, who was Martin Gang and why did he, a man who became prominent in Jewish affairs, sponsor a Christian icon in a house of worship that was not of his faith. Gang and his wife Josephine came to Valley Center about 1930 after he

human relations institute at a Jesuit school. He also aided in restoration of Pala Mission. In a recently found vintage interview with the Valley Center Historical Society, his daughter said her father supported many religious causes, Jewish and nonJewish. "We were rasied in a philanthropic environemnt where it was the cause that mattered," she recalled.

While living in Valley Center, she remembered her father rescuing members of his extended family from the Nazi Holocaust, and later sponsoring other children, some of whom would live in the family home on 35 acres at Cole Grade and Fruitvale roads. The onetime adobe home built by Gang was razed in 1979 and the property was acquired by the local school district for use as an agricultural farm and playing field. Gang's name is remembered today by a sign on the property reading, "Martin Gang Agricultural Learning Center" and the gates leading to the former home are still in place with the name GANG inscribed in the concrete, reportedly engraved by one of his children. Along with mementos of the Gang family on view at the Valley Center History Museum, a grove of mature olive trees planted by the ontime farmer continues to thrive, and a stained-glass window recalls his memory at the local Community Church. The Valley Center History Museum at 29200 Cole Grade Road is open Tuesday through Saturday from 12 noon to 4 p.m. Admission is free. For more information, visit vchistory.org or call (760) 749-2993.

Philanthropist, Martin Gang graduated from Harvard Law School at age 29. He established what would become a well-known and successful dairy farm called Gang Ranch which also grew olives and oranges. He raised four children: Adele, Adrian, Frank and Mark.

But farming, it turns out, was an avocation for Gang. His true profession was the practice of law, and he is generally acknowledged as a pioneer in the field on entertainment law. His client roster would grow to 20 celebrities, among them Bob Hope, Lucille Ball, George Burns, Frank Sinatra, Bette Davis, Grouch Marx and Jack Benny. Many would visit his Valley Center farm, recalled daughter Adele.

During the ensuing years, Gang would take on a prominent role in several major Jewish organizations, but he also became the first Jew to become chairman of the board at a Cathoilic school and established a

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Founded in 1953, the SI Vista NCI club is part of Soroptimist International of the Americas, a global organization that works to improve the lives of women and girls through programs leading to social and economic empowerment. SI Vista NCI members join with more than 110,000 members and supporters in 21 countries and territories investing in the dreams of women and girls through access to education. Every year, Soroptimist distributes more than $2 million in education grants to about 1,500 women all over the world. Soroptimist, a 501(c)(3) organization that relies on charitable donations to support its programs, also powers LiveYourDream.org—an online community offering offline volunteer opportunities in support of women and girls. For more information about how Soroptimist improves the lives of women and girls, visit www.soroptimist.org.

Beta Sigma Phi’s to Gather for a Fall Mixer - The Hidden Valley Vista Council of Beta Sigma Phi International will hold its annual Fall Mixer, “Casselroo”, on October 8, beginning at 5:00pm, at the Sundance Mobile Home Park Clubhouse, 2250 North Broadway, Escondido, for all chapter members and guests. Please call Tiffany at 951-837-7679 to RSVP by September 18, 2019.

23rd Annual Holiday Craft Fair Announced – The Women of the First United Methodist Church of Escondido will be holding their 23rd Annual Holiday Craft Fair on Friday, October 11, (10:00am-5:00pm), and Saturday, October 12, (9:00am-2:00pm), at 341 S. Kalmia Street, Escondido. We will have quilts and linens, embroidered items, wreaths, floral decorations, artwork, jewelry, and gift items for Halloween, Thanksgiving,

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The stained glass window funded by Martin Gang


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Christmas, and everyday, including useful items for the home. Don’t miss our delicious homemade jams, pickles, cookies, pies, peanut brittle, and more. There will be gift items for the whole family at reasonable prices too. This event is sponsored by United Methodist Women. All proceeds will go to help missions for women and children. For more information and directions go to www.fumcescondido.org.

Adult Student Art Show - The Escondido Art Association (EAA) will host its annual Adult Student Art Show during the month of November at the Artists Gallery on 121 W. Grand Avenue, Escondido. This show is sponsored through a grant from the Escondido Rotary Club and provides opportunities for adult students in North County San Diego to show their artwork and participate in the monthly competition on equal terms with members of the EAA. A call to artists is being extended to sister organizations and art classes in the North County area. An entrant is considered an adult student artist if he/she is currently enrolled in an art class or has attended an art class, workshop, EAA or other artist demonstration in the past year. Member and non-member artists alike may enter up to three pieces of artwork at an entry fee of $10 for the 1st piece and $5 for the 2nd and 3rd pieces. The show will be judged by prominent artist Chuck McPherson in three experience categories: A=beginning artists (1 through 3 years); B=Intermediate & Advanced artists (4 through 6 years); and C=Master and Pro-Master (7 years and above). Drop-off of artwork is Saturday, November 2nd, 11am–4pm or Monday, November 4th, 4pm-6pm. Art pick-up is Saturday, November 30, 11am-4pm. A reception will be held on Second Saturday, November 9th from 5:00–8:00pm, with the Awards

Ceremony taking place at 6:00pm. Prizes will be awarded in each of the three categories (A, B & C), as well as a Best of Show award. Awards are as follows: Best of Show = $50; First Place = $25; 2nd Place =15; 3rd Place = $10.

of Dr. Gary Bonner. This performance is offered as a gift to the community. A free will offering will be accepted.

Don’t Miss the First Concert of the Season for HVCCA - Come hear the music of New Orleans by the Hotlanta Dixieland Jazz Band Sunday, September 22nd at 2:00pm in The Center Theater at the Center for the Arts, Escondido. The Jazz Band will take requests after intermission! This is the first of five concerts planned for this season by the Hidden Valley Community Concert Association. Tickets are $30/adults; $20/seniors; $10/children, students, veterans and activemilitary, at www.artcenter.org or call the box office (800)-988-4253.

Founded in 1995, the Gary Bonner Singers have distinguished themselves as a choral ensemble of musical excellence and versatility; contagious sparkling performance; and warm, vibrant choral tone. Audiences respond enthusiastically to the 60-voice ensemble's full range of choral music and unique style that emphasizes communication and relationship with the audience. The Singers have completed 21 recordings, four commissioned albums, five Christmas albums, a spirituals Pictured seated Rachel Jorgenson, Adele collection in Spain, and a Lancaster, Charla Boodry, Lillian Leslie sacred classics collection recorded in Prague with the City of Prague Philharmonic the site and paid for the burial but there Orchestra. The ensemble has been was no headstone. Having no success over honored to perform at the White the years in locating living family memHouse Holiday Open House in bers, when chapter member, Deirdre 2006, 2008, and 2011. Most Marsac, was looking for a DAR capstone recently, the group just completed project, she jumped at the suggestion that a a performance tour in England in headstone be placed there. June 2019. The choir maintains a busy performance schedule Belle C. (Carrie) Davis was born throughout Southern California. December 5th, 1860, in Macoupin, Illinois. She married William L. Heilman sometime Dr. Gary Bonner, the ensemble's between the 1880 and 1900 census, and founder and director, is an interna- had three children, only one surviving to tionally recognized conductor and adulthood. trainer of conductors. Dr. Bonner was Founding Dean of the School Belle joined the San Diego Chapter of Music at California Baptist University in NSDAR on December 6, 1922. With many Riverside, California. During his ten-year members living in the north county area it tenure at CBU, he led the School of Music through an unprecedented period of growth in students, faculty, programs, and outSocial Butterfly reach. Prior to that, Dr. Bonner at Azusa Pacific University for 23 years, served as Cont. on Page 10

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Choral Concert, Gary Bonner Singers On Sunday, September 22nd at 4:00pm, the First United Methodist Church of Escondido at 341 S. Kalmia Street will host a 90-minute concert of traditional and contemporary Christian choral music by the Gary Bonner Singers, under the direction

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DAR Chapter Placed Headstone on Organizing Regent’s Gravesite - The Santa Margarita Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, were honored to place a DAR Insignia marked headstone on the gravesite of their Organizing Regent, Belle C. Davis Heilman. Members Adele Lancaster and Wanda Prosser had located the gravesite at Mt. Hope Cemetery a few years ago and were surprised to learn that Belle had purchased

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only seemed like a matter of time until thoughts of a chapter to the north would come up. The first organization meeting was held on February 23, 1926, and on October 26, 1929, Mrs. Heilman asked the privilege of presenting the Oceanside Chapter with its charter. The name was later changed to the Santa Margarita Chapter as the North County area grew.

Belle was active in the community, just as the Daughters of the chapter are still active in the community today. Chapter regent, Charla Boodry, and Chaplain Kellie Stafford, did the unveiling to the happy applause of those gathered for the occasion. California DAR State Regent, Adele Lancaster; CSSDAR Recording Secretary, Lillian Leslie; and District XIV Director, Rachel Jorgenson were among the dignitaries attending the dedication ceremony.

We Santa Margarita Daughters are proud that Belle was found and that she will be forever recognized by all who pass her gravesite as our organizing regent.

Escondido Native Participates in Los Angeles Fleet Week – (August 30, 2019) Fire Controlman 2nd Class Eden Farmer, a native of Escondido, California, assigned to dock landing ship USS Comstock (LSD 45), serves breakfast at the St. Francis Center during Los Angeles Fleet Week (LAFW). LAFW is an opportunity for the American public to meet their Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard teams and experience America’s sea services. During fleet week, service members participate in various community service events, showcase capabilities and equipment to the community, and enjoy the hospitality of Los Angeles and its surrounding areas. (U.S. Navy Photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Peter Burghart/Released)

Fire Controlman 2nd Class Eden Farmer, a native of Escondido, California, above

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Dazy is pet of the week at your Rancho Coastal Humane Society. She’s an 11 month old, 27 pound, female, Labrador Retriever / Catahoula Leopard Dog mix. This dog needs to be with another person or dog so she doesn’t get lonely. She would love it if you work from home or can take her along to your job. Dazy was transferred from another shelter through the FOCAS (Friends of County Animal Shelters) program.

The $145 adoption fee for Dazy includes medical exams, vaccinations, spay, and registered microchip. For more information call 760-7536413, visit Rancho Coastal Humane Society at 389 Requeza Street in Encinitas, or log on to SDpets.org.

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The Pastor Says...

What does it mean to follow Jesus? That’s what we’ll be exploring during The 40 Days of Following. It’ll be an adventure in accelerated learning.

Pastor Hal Seed New Song Community Church, Oceanside Everybody Follows Somebody

From Sept. 8 to Oct. 20, New Song Community Church will be hosting a seven week experience called The 40 Days of Following. We all like to believe we’re independent thinkers, but the truth is, we’re all following someone or something. Jesus Christ was the most profound, caring, helpful and influential person in history. Why not follow the best?

Jesus’ most frequent phrase was “Follow me.” All Rabbis had followers in Jesus’ day. Jesus is the only one who invited everyone to follow Him. His intention was to invite every man, woman, boy and girl on the planet into His family. So, wherever He went, He invited people to follow Him.

When Lori and I started New Song 26 years ago, we mailed out postcard invitations, and about 200 people showed up. Within a few weeks, many of these people started saying, “I’ve lived here 5 years and never really had friends. Now I’m seeing people I know from church at the grocery and around town. I finally feel like I’m part of a family again.” We’re hoping to repeat that experience with you this September. New Song’s service times are 9 and 11 a.m. on Sundays in both Oceanside (3985 Mission Avenue) and Carlsbad (3780 Pio Pico). For those who work Sundays, we have a small Saturday night service at 5 p.m. in Oceanside as well.

Join us for this experience of community. I hope you’ll find a family here. www.newsongchurch.com

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September 12, 2019

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

San Marcos • Mayor Rebecca Jones

State of Your Community: Presented by San Marcos Mayor Rebecca Jones The City of San Marcos cordially invites you to attend our State of Your Community event on Monday, Oct. 7, 2019, from 5-7 p.m.

This free, family-friendly community event is open to the public. The event will begin with a Resource Fair from 5-6 p.m., where you can enjoy refreshments, meet San Marcos City Council Members and learn about City projects. You can also get to know several local community organizations, meet San Marcos firefighters, and learn about the San Diego County Sheriff's Department's Respect Project for teens.

Presentations will begin at 6 p.m., and I look forward to sharing information about all the exciting things that are happening in our City with you! The event will be held at the San Marcos Unified School District offices at 255 Pico Avenue, San Marcos, CA 92069. Visit www.san-marcos.net to secure your free ticket (not required to attend) and learn more.

Vista • Mayor Judy Ritter

We’ve Got A New Look! The City has updated its official website to provide better service to the public. The more modern and user-friendly site was launched earlier this week. The updated version offers a clean, smart design allowing users to easily navigate through useful and current information and data, including online zoning, parks, and city maps. An app-like mobile appearance which reorganizes the site for viewing is available on mobile devices and tablets.

The updated version provides an easier to use search bar, designed to make it more efficient for the public to access city information and services when and where it’s most convenient. About 56 percent of the city’s website visits come from mobile devices, and that number is expected to rise. The new website design was free of charge as part of the original City’s four-year agreement with the company that designed the city site in 2015. View the new site online at CityofVista.com.

Oceanside • Mayor Peter Weiss

Escondido • Mayor Paul “Mac” Mcnamara

Cleaner Air to Breathe

Greetings Escondido,

Last week I talked about the three things that concern me the most – Housing, Traffic, & Budget. Over the next weeks, I would like to share with you some more thoughts on those items. Bear with me since this will take some explaining, but you as a voter should have some understanding.

Housing is a real challenge. Let’s start with terms. The terms that get thrown around like workforce housing and affordable housing aren’t really understood. So, when you think of workforce housing, you should think of a normal wage owner who is trying to buy a house for the family. When you think of affordable housing, you should think of someone making a percentage of a set median income necessary to buy a house. So affordable housing can be broken down even further, as in categories like low income, very low income, etc. And they are based on ever lower percentages of the set median income. Someone who makes 80% of the set median income is in a different category than someone who makes 60% of that set median income. Cities have a responsibility and state direction to build housing that is low, medium, and high end. But how do you do that. More to follow… Semper Fi, Mac, Paul P. McNamara Mayor of Escondido pmcnamara@escondido.org

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18. "I was bitten by a mosquito. The brochure did not mention mosquitoes."

19. "My fiancee and I requested twin-beds when we booked, but instead we were placed in a room with a king bed. We now hold you responsible and want to be re-reimbursed for the fact that I became pregnant. This would not have happened if you had put us in the room that we booked." •••• An elderly woman at an ATM asked me to check her balance. So I pushed her over. Yep, she needs a walker •••• Proof the heat wave in Escondido is over: I turned off the fans in my office, family room and bedroom because . . . I was chilly. •••• Darqueeze played high school football in Detroit. He was a great running back,but a really poor student. At graduation, he didn't have

enough credits. But he was a great football star and the students held a rally and demanded the principal give him a diploma anyway. They were so insistent that the principal agreed that if Darqueeze could answer one question correctly he would give him a diploma.

The one question test was held in the auditorium and all the students packed the place. It was standing room only. The principal was on the stage and told him to come up. Diploma in hand, the principal said: "Darqueeze, if you can answer this one question correctly,I'll give you your diploma."

"Darqueeze, how much is three times seven?? Darqueeze looked up at the ceiling and then down at his shoes, pondering the question. The other students began chanting, "Graduate him anyway! Graduate

When it comes to air pollution, we can all do our part. There are things we all can do to improve air quality and protect public health.

October 2, 2019, is California Clean Air Day and is built on the idea that shared experiences unite people to action to improve our community health. By joining together for a unified day of action we can create new habits to clear the air for all members of California’s diverse communities. Take the Clean Air Pledge at Cleanairday.org. The Clean Air Pledge allows individuals and organizations to commit to do our part to clear the air, through actions big and small. You can plant a garden or tree and more importantly, find ways to reduce your driving.

You can also plan to volunteer at one of the Clean Air Day events around the state.

him anyway!?

Then Darqueez held up his hand and the auditorium became silent.

He said,"I think I know the answer. Three times seven is twenty-one.?

A hush fell over the auditorium and then all the other students began to chant: "Give him another chance! Give him another chance!" •••• I don't think you're a waste of space. I just think your space could be better occupied by air. •••• My abs hurt from all the sit-ups I just laughed at myself for thinking about doing. •••• Late Breaking News! Police were called to a day care where a threeyear-old was resisting a rest. Did you hear about the guy whose whole left side was cut off? He's all right now. The roundest knight at King Arthur's round table was Sir Cumference. The butcher backed up into the meat grinder and got a little behind in his work. •••• A writing instructor told his class to write a short story involving "Religion, Sex, and Mystery." One young lady handed in the following: Good God, I'm pregnant! I wonder who did it?"

Atheist Called Dr. Ben Carson a "Moron" for Believing in God... Carson shut him down with one brilliant line!

When an atheist called him a “moron” for believing in God, Dr. Ben Carson responded with one brilliant line that put the atheist in his place. “I believe I came from God, and you believe you came from a monkey,” he told the individual, “and you’ve convinced me you’re right.” •••• Went to the doctor the other day. He asked me if I wasn't a bit of a carouser. "Well, doc," says me, "I believe the meaning in life is wine, women and song". "Well, Lyle," he say, "the good news is you can sing all you want". •••• On a "one-night stand", who stands? •••• I never have sex before the first date. •••• "Son, stop that! You'll go blind!" "I'm over here, dad".

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Schubert had a horse named Sara. Schubert's Sara neighed. •••• Now that Labor Day is behind us may I be the first to wish you a very Merry Christmas. •••• Late Breaking FAKE News!

BREAKING: Trump ends US China trade war; swaps Hong Kong for California in unprecedented deal

Washington DC—After months of growing trade Tensions between the US and China leading to an impending global recession, along with mounting strife in China’s Hong Kong province prompting dissidents to wave American flags, US President. Donald Trump has negotiated quite possibly the biggest deal of his life. The US will trade the entire state of California for Hong Kong in a flat exchange.

“Basically everyone in California wants to be commies and Hong Kong wants to be American, so we did what we call a win-win-win and traded the two in a tremendous deal,” Trump said in a press conference announcing the unprecedented deal. Markets responded with a complete turnaround from recent declines and posted record numbers.

Californians and Hong Kongers were dancing in their respective streets—Californians happy about the 1-child-only policy and being run by the Communist Party finally!—and Hong Kong happy about being part of the free world once again. •••• When a bee gets trapped in the car with me, I look like I'm in a slap fight with Liberace's ghost. •••• I am simply appalled. I just found out that they make chicken out of dead birds. •••• Would inbreeding be called having aunts in your pants? •••• The Burgundy Mercedes I bought over a year ago isn't the best but it gets me from Point A to Point B. AAA tows me to Point C. •••• Day 3 of riding this bike and I still can't find my way out of Toys R Us. •••• Most of my time in shopping malls is spent sucking in my gut and correcting my posture as i pass the reflection in each storefront window. •••• Oh, like you never fell asleep before with your glasses and French maid outfit still on. •••• Just found out that 1 out of 2 people enjoy sex in their marriages. My guess is that it's the husband.

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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2019-9021072 The name of the business, Shoemaker Realty, located at 28904 Valley Center Road, Valley Center, CA. 92082. This business is registered by: Ogleboom Incorporated 28904 Valley Center Road Valley Center, CA. 92082 This business is conducted by a corporation. First day of business 3/16/2001 /s/Frank Shoemaker, President Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego on 8/27/2019 9/12, 9/19, 9/26 & 10/03/2019

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2019-9019344 The name of the business, Jamyson Co. Public Insurance Adjusting Client Trust Account; Jamyson Company Public Insurance Adjusting, located at 2191 El Camino Real #207, Oceanside, CA. 92054. This business is registered by: Jamyson M. Villa 2191 El Camino Real #207 Oceanside, CA. 92054 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business 3/01/09. /s/Jamyson M. Villa Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego on 8/07/2019 9/05, 9/12, 9/19 & 9/26/2019 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2019-9019345 The name of the business, Wolfpack Softball Club ; Jamyson Company, located at 2191 El Camino Real #207, Oceanside, CA. 92054. This business is registered by: Jamyson Matthew Villa 2191 El Camino Real #207 Oceanside, CA. 92054 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business 8/4/19. /s/Jamyson Matthew Villa Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego on 8/07/2019 9/05, 9/12, 9/19 & 9/26/2019 ____________

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2019-9021069 The name of the business, Gorilya Strength, located at 2128 Thibodo Ct., Vista, Ca. 92081.CA. This business is registered by: Chris Noel Garcia 11512 Gaucho Place Escondido, Ca. 92029 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business 8/27/19. /s/ Chris Noel Garcia /s/Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego on 8/27 /2019 9/5, 9/12, 9/19 & 9/26/19 ____________

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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2019-9020418 The name of the business, Mortgage Funding; Cal Mission Realty, located at 138 Civic Center Dr. #206A, Vista, Ca. 92084. This business is registered by: Charles Quinones 1017 Gleneagles. Pl. Vista, Ca. 92081 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business 4/9/85. /s/Charles Quinones Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego on 8/19/2019 8/29, 9/05, 9/12 & 9/19/2019.

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2019-9020617 The name of the business, San Diego Carpet Cleaning, located at 3222 Linda Vista Dr., San Marcos, Ca. 92078. This business is registered by: Kyle Craig Miller 3222 Linda Vista Dr. San Marcos, Ca. 92078 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business 8/21/2019. /s/Kyle Craig Miller Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego on 8/21/2019 8/29, 9/05, 9/12 & 9/19/2019. FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2019-9020266 The name of the business, Francis Taylor Properties, located at 100 S. Escondido Blvd., Escondido, Ca. 92025. This business is registered by: Francis Taylor, Inc. 2689 Dundee Glen Escondido, CA. 92026 This business is conducted by a corporation. First day of business 10/1/2013. /s/Edward F. Swauger, President Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego on 8/16/2019 8/22, 8/29, 9/05 & 9/12/2019. FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2019-9019744 The name of the business, Gypsys Lashes, located at 723 Foxhall Ct., San Marcos, CA. 92078. This business is registered by: Chiloe Estella Meyer 723 Foxhall Ct. San Marcos, CA. 92078 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business 7/1/19. /s/Chiloe Estella Meyer Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego on 8/12/2019 8/22, 8/29, 9/05 & 9/12/2019.

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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2019-9020543 The name of the business, Hemmed With Care, located at 1428 Calle Marbella, Oceanside, CA. 92056. This business is registered by: Fariba Roshanaei 1428 Calle Marbella Oceanside, CA. 92056 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business 8/20/2019. /s/Fariba Roshanaei Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego on 8/20/2019 8/29, 9/05, 9/12 & 9/19/2019. FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2019-9020625 The name of the business, Jordan & Company, located at 2270 Camino Vida Roble, Suite F, Carlsbad, Ca. 92011. This business is registered by: Deborah Jordan 1123 Bluegrass Road Vista, Ca. 92083 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business 01/01/02 /s/Deborah Jordan Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego on 8/21/2019 8/29, 9/05, 9/12 & 9/19/2019.

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2019-9018984 The name of the business, CMtwelve Inc.; Starla & Big Guy; Marisa Home, located at 979 Woodland Pkwy, Ste 101-118,, San Marcos, CA 92069 This business is registered by: Marisa Terrell 979 Woodland Pkwy Ste 101-118 San Marcos, CA 92069 This business is conducted by a corporation. First day of business 01/02/2017. /s/Marisa Terrell Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego on 8/02/2019 8/29, 9/05, 9/12 & 9/19/2019. FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2019-9021098 The name of the business, Into the Blue Pool and Spa Services, located at 1952 Northstar Way, Unit 227, San Marcos, CA. 92078 This business is registered by: Jeffrey Dominguez 1952 Northstar Way Unit 227 San Marcos, Ca. 92078 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business n/a /s/Jeffrey Dominguez Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego on 8/28/2019 9/12, 9/19, 9/26 & 10/03/2019


The Planning Division Manager of the City of San Marcos has considered the proposed project and does intends to APPROVE the Director’s Permit DP19-0018 on September 23, 2019. Project No.: DP19-0018 Applicant(s): Hardcore Fitness Request: Director’s Permit Renewal to allow the operation of a personal service use (Fitness Center) within an existing 7,767 square foot suite within an existing commercial center located in the Mixed Use-3 (MU-3) Zone. Environmental Determination: In accordance with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), the City of San Marcos did find the project Categorically Exempt (EX19027) pursuant to Section 15301 Class 1 of the California Code of Regulations (CCR), in that this is an existing facility with no expansion. Location of the Property: 1284 W San Marcos Blvd., more particularly described as: Parcel 2, Parcel Map No. 15079 filed in the Office of the County Recorder of San Diego County, on December 22, 1987. Assessor’s Parcel Number: 219-210-32-00. Further information about this notice can be obtained from Megan Jouflas, Planning Consultant, via email at planconsultant@san-marcos.net, or Jordan Yanke, Assistant Planner by calling 760-7441050 extension 3204. NOTICE: Any interested person may appeal the decision of the Planning Division Manager to the Planning Commission provided the appeal fee is paid ($20 for residents; $1,155 for non-residents) and a written appeal is submitted to the Planning Division Secretary within ten (10) calendar days of the date of the decision (due no later than 5:30 PM on October 3, 2019). The written appeal should specify the reasons for the appeal and the grounds upon which the appeal is based. The City’s Planning Commission will then consider the filed appeal/s at a later public hearing. The Planning Division can be contacted at 760-744-1050, extension 3233 or ghenderson@san-marcos.net. The City of San Marcos is committed to making its programs, services and activities accessible to individuals with disabilities. If you require accommodation to participate in any City program, service or activity, please contact the City Clerk’s office at 1 Civic Center Drive, San Marcos, CA. 92069, or call 760-744-1050, extension 3145. Phil Scollick, City Clerk, City of San Marcos. PD: 09/12/19.

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The Planning Division Manager of the City of San Marcos has considered the proposed project and does intends to APPROVE the Director’s Permit DP19-0009 on September 23, 2019. Project No.: DP19-0009 Applicant(s): Iglesia de Gracia Bautista Church Request: Director’s Permit Renewal to allow the operation of an assembly use (place of worship) within an existing tenant space in an existing building located in Mixed Use (MU3) Zone in the Business/Industrial District. Environmental Determination: In accordance with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), the City of San Marcos did find the project Categorically Exempt (EX19026) pursuant to Section 15301 Class 1 of the California Code of Regulations (CCR), in that this is an existing facility with no expansion. Location of the Property: 1605 W. Mission Rd., more particularly described as: Parcel 3 of Lot 34, Block 99 of Map No. 1002003 (Rancho Los Vallecitos in the City of San Marcos, County of San Diego, State of California. Assessor’s Parcel Number: 219-115-34-00. Further information about this notice can be obtained from Megan Jouflas, Planning Consultant, via email at planconsultant@san-marcos.net, or Art Piñon, Associate Planner by calling 760-744-1050 extension 3234. NOTICE: Any interested person may appeal the decision of the Planning Division Manager to the Planning Commission provided the appeal fee is paid ($20 for residents; $1,155 for non-residents) and a written appeal is submitted to the Planning Division Secretary within ten (10) calendar days of the date of the decision (due no later than 5:30 PM on October 3, 2019). The written appeal should specify the reasons for the appeal and the grounds upon which the appeal is based. The City’s Planning Commission will then consider the filed appeal/s at a later public hearing. The Planning Division can be contacted at 760-744-1050, extension 3233 or ghenderson@sanmarcos.net. The City of San Marcos is committed to making its programs, services and activities accessible to individuals with disabilities. If you require accommodation to participate in any City program, service or activity, please contact the City Clerk’s office at 1 Civic Center Drive, San Marcos, CA. 92069, or call 760744-1050, extension 3145. Phil Scollick, City Clerk, City of San Marcos. PD: 09/12/19.

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ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME 37-2019-00046592-CU-PT-NC TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: Petitioner Michael Robert Shumate filed a petition with this court for a decree changing names as follows: Present name: Michael Robert Shumate to Proposed name Mikal Shumate. 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: October 29, 2019 2019 8:30a.m., Department 23. 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 September 05, 2019 /s/Sim von Kalinowski, Judge of the Superior Court 9/12, 9/19, 9/26 & 10/03/2019 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2019-9021600 The name of the business, Somerset Demos, located at 245 W. La Cienega Road, San Marcos, CA. 92069. This business is registered by: Jenny Ihm 245 West La Cienega Road San Marcos, CA. 92069 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business 8/01/201l. /s/Jenny Ihm Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego on 9/04/2019 9/12, 9/19, 9/26 & 10/03/2019 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2019-9021250 The name of the business, Women of Promise Resource Center, located at 320 Civic Center Dr., Vista, Ca. 92084.. This business is registered by: Patrinaa Cavon and Bryant Keith Reed 320 Civic Center Dr. Vista, Ca. 92084 This business is conducted by a Married Couple. First day of business 8/29/2019. /s/Patrina Cavon Reed Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego on 8/29/2019 9/12, 9/19, 9/26 & 10/03/2019

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