Volume 46 - No. 40
October 6, 2016
compiled by lyle e davis
Editorâ€™s Note: Another in the series of journal stories by James P. Beckwourth and chronicled by an itinerant (and verbose) judge, by T. D. Bonner:
WHEN the rejoicings were over, a council was called to deliberate on the future operations of the nation, wherein the resolution was taken to keep united until Leaf Fall. About the latter end of August I started for the fort, taking with me three hundred and fifty warriors, with as many women and children, among whom was my little wife. While on our way thither, we encamped one night on Fallen Creek, and lost upward of fifty horses, stolen by the Cheyennes. We pursued them with our whole force, and, soon overtaking them, a fight ensued between numbers about equal. I had charged in advance of the line, and, as I was always dressed in full costume when on these excursions, I offered an excellent mark to any one skilled in shooting. I was proceeding at an easy canter, when my horse was shot through the head, the ball entering near the ear, and he fell, his last spring hurling me head foremost against a huge rock, which I struck with such force that I saw another dense meteoric shower, and the blood gushed from my mouth, nose, and ears. When I recovered my senses I found both parties over me, each struggling to obtain me. The Crows prevailed eventually, and my scalp was saved. My warriors were fully convinced of my death, as I lay so long motionless; but they were determined to preserve my scalp. The enemy, seeing our women and children approach, mistook them for a re-enforcement of Crow warriors, and they gave up the contest and fled precipitately, leaving us masters of the field, with all the horses they had just stolen from us, besides a great number of their own, which they had not time to drive off. We only obtained three scalps from the enemy, losing none ourselves, though we had several warriors wounded. We then resumed our journey to the fort, reaching there without farther trouble. When we arrived within sight and hearing, we, as usual, struck up a song. All the women from the fort ran out, exclaiming, "Here comes a war-party of the Crows; they are singing! Look at their scalps: they come from the country of the Cheyennes; they have conquered our enemies. See, they are all painted!"
I had long been supposed dead at the fort. It was conjectured that Big Bowl (my father) had the conduct of the party, and there was no inquiry The Paper - 760.747.7119
made for me. We entered amid a thousand How d'ye do's, and my wife and "Little Jim" were comfortably provided with the best quarters in the fort. I was standing among the busy throng, who had already fallen to admire the new goods, still feeling the effects of my severe shake, when I saw one of the female inmates eye me very inquiringly. She inquired of my wife who that Indian was. She answered, "He is my husband."
"What! are you married again?" the woman exclaimed, in astonishment.
"No, not again," she replied, in her very modest manner; "did you not know that the Medicine Calf was alive and had returned?" "Then that surely is the Medicine Calf," the woman exclaimed, "now standing in the fort!" and ran to Mr. Tulleck to Obituaries Memorials Area ServicesThe Page 12
acquaint him with the news.
"Where is he? where is the Medicine Calf?" Mr. Tulleck called aloud, and looking among the throng without perceiving me.
I addressed him in English, calling him by name. I thought at first that he would fall to the ground; it was some seconds before he could speak, his astonishment was so overwhelming. At last he found tongue, and broke out in all kinds of expressions of joy and welcome. The men, too, attached to the fort, on hearing of my arrival, came running in with their utmost speed to welcome one whom they had all long since supposed dead. So heartfelt a welcome I could not have expected. Little Jim had been taken from his mother's hand before it was known that I was present. He was a general pet at the fort,
and it usually took one good horse to carry all the presents bestowed upon mother and child. He was then near three years old, running every where, and was already looked upon by the Crows as their future chief.
We tarried at the fort a few days, engaged in hunting buffalo for its men and our own family. Our consumption was several carcasses a day. During my long absence the Crows had neglected their traps, and they had not dressed more than half the usual number of robes, which caused a sensible falling off in the trade of the fort, and diminished very materially the profits derived by the company from Fort Cass. No reduction, however, was made in my salary on account of my absence, which I considered very liberal conduct on the part of the company. My warriors, becoming uneasy at
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their inactive life, desired to be led against the Black Feet. To gratify them, I selected one hundred and six warriors, and sent the others back to the village with the women and children, except my wife, whom I requested to stay at the fort to await my return. We marched into the enemy's country, and in the daytime came suddenly upon one of their villages. There were lodges enough to contain three hundred warriors, but they were probably gone upon an expedition, for there were but few present to receive us. We unhesitatingly assaulted it, although we had but little fighting to do. We took upward of twenty scalps, and eighteen women and children prisoners. We captured two hundred and sixty horses, besides weapons, clothing, and other spoils. Here I succeeded in having a good joke at the heroine's expense, with which I plagued her for a long time. She was swifter on foot than any warrior, and we were on foot during this excursion. On seeing us advance, a young Indian, about sixteen, took to his heels, running like a deer. The heroine made after him with her antelope speed, certain to catch him. The Indian did his best, frequently turning his head, like a negro with an alligator at his heels. Seeing that his pursuer must overtake him, and not relishing the idea of having her lance transfix his body — for she was preparing to hurl it — he suddenly stopped and faced about, at the same time throw-
Give Us This Day Our Daily Chuckle This week, a compendium of wit, wisdom and neat stuff you can tell at parties. Enjoy!
Ole, the smoothest-talking Swede in the Minnesota National Guard, got called up to active duty.
Ole's first assignment was in a military induction center. Because he was a good talker, they assigned him the duty of advising new recruits about government benefits, especially the GI life insurance, to which they were entitled. The officer in charge soon noticed that Ole was getting a 99% sign-up rate for the more expensive supplemental form of GI insurance. This was remarkable, because it cost these low-income recruits $30 per month for the higher coverage, compared to what the government was already providing at no charge.
The officer decided he'd sit in the back of the room at the next briefing and observe Ole's sales pitch.
ing his bow down and holding up both hands to beg for his life. She did what no other warrior in our party would have done — her woman's heart took pity on the poor fellow's pitiable condition — she spared his life, and marched him back captive. He being her prisoner, no one had authority over his life but herself. He was a fine-looking young man, but when he was brought among the Crow warriors he trembled in every joint, expecting nothing less than to be killed. I thought this too good an opportunity for a joke not to make use of it.
"I see," said I, addressing myself to Pine Leaf, "you have refused all our braves that you might win a husband from the enemy." All the warriors shouted at the sally; but the poor girl was sorely perplexed, and knew not what to do or say. We rallied her so much on her conquest that she finally became quite spunky, and I did not know whether she would run her prize through with her lance or not. One day I told her I had talked with her prisoner about his capture. "Well," said she, "and what has he to say about it?" "Why," I answered, "he says he could have killed you as well as not, but that you promised to marry him if he would spare your life."
She was fully practiced upon, and she flushed with anger. "He lies!" she
Ole stood up before the latest group of inductees and said, "If yoo haf da normal GI insurans an' yoo go to Afghanistan an' get yourself killed, da governmen' pays yer beneficiary $20,000. If yoo take out da supplemental insurans, vich cost yoo only t'irty dollars a mont, den da governmen' got to pay yer beneficiary 200,000! Now," Ole concluded, "Vich bunch yoo tink dey gonna sen' to Afghanistan? Gunfight Rules
"Peace is that brief glorious moment in history when everybody stands around reloading."
In a gunfight, the most important rule is ... HAVE A GUN!
These are shooting tips from various Concealed Carry Instructors. If you own a gun, you will appreciate these rules. If not, you should get one, learn how to use it and learn the rules. RULES A. Guns have only two enemies: Rust and Politicians. B. It's always better to be judged by 12 than carried out by 6. C. Cops carry guns to protect themselves, not you. D. Never let someone or something that threatens you get inside arm's length. E. Never say "I've got a gun." If you need to use deadly force, the first sound they should hear is the safety clicking off, or the hammer cocking. F. The average response time of a 911 call is 23 minutes; the response time of a .357 is 1,400 feet per sec-
exclaimed. "You know I can not speak to these Black Feet, or I would make him tell a different tale. I have often told you, as well as other warriors, that I do not wish to marry; my tongue was straight when I said so. I have told you often, and I have told your sisters and your wives, that, if ever I did marry, I would have you, and none other. So why do you trifle with my feelings?"
What she said was a genuine ebullition of feeling; for, although an Indian girl, her heart was as proud, as sensitive, and as delicate as ever beat in the breast of civilized woman. To soothe her ruffled temper, I told her I would intrust a secret to her. I had undertaken my prolonged journeying, when all supposed me dead, and she along with the rest, solely to search through the Rocky Mountains for a "red-headed Indian." I had been unsuccessful in my search, and had returned with spotted horses. She laughed immoderately at my invention. We now returned to the fort with our trophies, where we had a joyous time. My warriors gave a horse to each man at the fort, about fifty in number, and every woman staying there also received one. I selected the best one I had, and made Little Jim present it to Mr. Tulleck, with which delicate attention he was greatly delighted. My boy could now speak quite plain. The men at the fort had taught him to swear quite fluently both in French, and English, much more to their satisfaction than to mine. But I trusted he would soon forget his
ond. G. The most important rule in a gunfight is: Always Win - there is no such thing as a fair fight. Always Win cheat if necessary. Always Win - 2nd place doesn't count. H. Make your attacker advance through a wall of bullets .... you may get killed with your own gun, but they'll have to beat you to death with it because it will be empty. I. If you're in a gun fight: (a) If you're not shooting, you should be loading. (b) If you're not loading, you should be moving. (c) If you're not moving, you're dead. J. In a life and death situation, do something ... it may be wrong, but do something! K. If you carry a gun, people will call you paranoid. Nonsense! If you have a gun, what do you have to be paranoid about? L. You can say "stop" or any other word, but a large bore muzzle pointed at someone's head is pretty much a universal language; and you won't have to press 1 for Spanish/Mexican, or 2 for Chinese, or 3 for Arabic. M. Never leave an enemy behind. If you have to shoot, shoot to kill. In court, yours will be the only testimony. N. You cannot save the planet, but you may be able to save yourself and your family. FLASH: Boat Intercepted
The Navy intercepted a boatload of people off the Texas coast today.
This placed the Navy in an awkward
schooling, as the Crows never drink whisky, nor use profane language.
We left the fort, and reached our village without accident. On our arrival we found the people in mourning for the loss of two warriors, killed in the village by an attack of the Cheyennes; and, notwithstanding my recent success, we had to take part in the crying, in obedience to their forms. The Cheyennes, in their late attack, used very good generalship; but the result was not so good as their design would seem to promise. They started with a force of three thousand warriors, and, dividing their army, five hundred marched directly over the Tongue River Mountain, where they were safe from molestation, while their main body passed round in another direction, placing themselves in ambush in a place agreed upon, so as to fall upon the Crows should they pursue their flying division. But the Crows were too wary for them, and their bright design failed. The division of five hundred made a descent upon the horses, killing the two Crows that were among them, and unable to escape in time. It was in open day, and our stock was so immense that they actually did succeed in driving off about twelve hundred, of which our family owned about eighty. Many of our choice mares, with their foals, and a great number of our war-horses, seemed
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position, as the boat was not heading to the USA, but towards Mexico and Central America.
Another surprise finding was the people were white American retirement age seniors. Their claim was that they were trying to get to Central America or Southern Mexico as they wanted to return to the US as illegal immigrants. Then they would be entitled to far more benefits than they were receiving as legitimate American retirees. It is believed the Navy gave them food, water and fuel and assisted them on their journey. We have booked the next boat out. Let me know if you want to join us. •••• I observed evelyn recently at a grocery store. She got up to the cashier and said, "I'm kinda in a hurry. Could you check me out? He looked her up and down and said ... "Not bad." •••• News just in....
A British Navy Destroyer stops four Muslims in a row boat, rowing towards Brighton. The captain gets on the loud hailer and shouts, "Ahoy, small craft, where are you heading?" One of the Muslims stands up and shouts, "We are invading England !"
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Evelyn Madison The Social Butterfly Email Evelyn at:
firstname.lastname@example.org Meetings/Events Calendar
“Sue Palmer and Her Motel Swing Orchestra” Concert – is coming up on Sunday, October 9, at the California Center for the Arts, Escondido (CCAE), at 2pm. If you haven’t ordered tickets yet you can get them at 1.800.988.4253 or the website at www.artcenter.org. To check out the program, visit the Hidden Valley Community Concert Association website at
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to have intelligence of the business in hand, and ran with full speed to the village, where the enemy did not care to follow them. Hundreds of our warriors were ready for the conflict, and were impatiently awaiting the order to attack; but their chiefs strictly forbade their advance, and even charged my faithful Dog Soldiers with the duty of enforcing their orders. There were in the village over four thousand warriors, a force sufficient to repel any attack; but the old heads seemed to suspect something at the bottom of their foes' audacity, and thus escaped the trap that was prepared for them. The horses we cared but little about, as it was easy to replace them at any time, without risking the lives of so many brave warriors.
On my return, all this was related to me by the council. They inquired my opinion of the policy they had acted upon, and I assented to the wisdom of all they had done. I further recommended that no war-party should leave the village for at least two weeks, but that all should devote themselves to trapping beaver, as a means better calculated to please the Great Spirit, and after that it was likely he would reward our excursions with more constant success.
My advice was approved of, and my medicine was pronounced powerful. Every trap in the village was accordingly brought to light, and a general preparation made for an active season of trapping: peltry-parties scattered for every stream containing beaver. My old friend and myself, with each a wife, composed one party; we took twelve traps, and in ten days collected fifty-five beaverskins. All who went out had excellent success, as the streams had been but little disturbed for several months. Our two weeks' combined industry produced quite a number of packs.
Oceanside Music Festival on Friday, October 7 – In honor of the National Arts Month, the 15th Annual Oceanside Music Festival (OMF) kickoff will begin with two arts partnership events at Muramid Mural Museum & Art Center, 212 Artist Alley, Oceanside, 92054, titled “Island Vibe” and “Blue Monday.” “Island Vibe” concert will feature live island music 5-9:30pm, Friday, October 7. There will also be a Pop Up Food Tasting Fundraiser to support the art center. “Island Vibe” is free to the public. For information on the artists performing and ticket purchase for the food tasting, call 760.231.1010, or visit website www.muramidgallery.com. “Blue Monday” (jazz and blues) 7-9pm Monday, October 10. Got the Monday Blues? OMF will jazz up your evening with the best of Oceanside’s professional and student jazz and blues musicians. Admission is $15/general admission; $10/seniors, students and military with ID. Proceeds from this event will help fund Oceanside Cultural Arts Foundation’s annual scholarship program. Tickets can be purchased at the door. Oceanside Cultural Arts Foundation is a non-profit organization whose goal is to broaden our diverse cultural, artistic, musical, and performing arts in Oceanside and surrounding communities. For more info, visit www.ocaf.info.
6th Annual Tots ‘N Trucks Event is Saturday, October 8th - The Escondido Community Child Development Center, Escondido East Rotary Club and title spon-
It was now about the 1st of October. I had promised, after our two weeks' trapping, to lead a party in a foray upon the Cheyennes. I selected over four hundred warriors, and started in pursuit of something — whether horses or scalps was a matter of indifference. After an easy travel of twenty days, our spies keeping a vigilant look-out on the way, a large village was reported some few miles in advance. Knowing whom we had to deal with, I used my utmost caution, for we were beyond the reach of reenforcement if I should fall into any difficulties. We ascended a hill which overlooked their village. We saw their cheerful-looking fires, and would have liked to warm ourselves by similar ones; but, although firewood was abundant, it seemed barely advisable to indulge in such a luxury. By the size of the village, it was evident we had a powerful enemy before us, and that he was brave we had learned by previous experience. After surveying it as well as we could by the gleam of the stars, I determined to go down into their village, and obtain a closer observation. I took three braves with me, and, turning our robes the hair side out, we descended the hill and entered the village. We found they had recently built a new medicine lodge, and the national council was in session that night. We walked up to the lodge, where there were a number of Cheyennes smoking and conversing, but we could not understand a word they said. I passed my hand inside to reach for a pipe. One was handed to me; and after all four of us had taken a few whiffs, I handed it back to my accommodating lender. We then strolled leisurely through their town, and returned to our own camp somewhat late in the evening. About midnight we visited their herd, and started out quite a large drove, which we found at daylight consisted of eight hundred head; with these we moved with all possible speed toward home, taking the directest route pos-
sor Sculpt Nouveau invite the community to the 6th Annual Tots ‘N Trucks event October 8th at Kit Carson Park in Escondido. Admission is FREE and runs from 10am to 2pm. Kids of all ages will have the opportunity to explore trucks of all shapes and sizes including fire trucks, police cars, dump trucks, garbage trucks, paving trucks and much more. Special appearances by Star War characters, Ronald McDonald, Dr. Bronner’s Magic Soap experience, karate and Escondido Police K-9 unit demonstrations. Music provided by Classical Academy and Del Dios bands. A jumpy zone, game and food zones also part of the activities. If you would like to display your trucks or help sponsor the event, contact Tots ‘N Trucks Chairman Kellie Hunziker at 760-580-1907 or Megan Siller at 760-839-9361 extension 111. Established in 1974, ECCDC serves over 300 children at two Child Development Centers in full and part day, year-round programs and employs over 80 staff from the Escondido community. ECCDC provides early childhood care, intervention, educational programs and nutritional meal. Screening services for mental health/behavior as well as vision, hearing and dental health for all children are completed each school year. For more information on the ECCDC programs, visit www.eccdc.com. DAR’s Meeting is Saturday, October 8th - The Santa Margarita Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR), will meet Saturday, October 8, at the El Camino Country Club in Oceanside. A 9:30am breakfast buffet will be followed by Amanda Goff speaking on Christopher Columbus.
sible. We drove at full speed, wherever practicable, until the next day at noon; we then turned short round the point of a mountain, and awaited the arrival of our pursuers. Our animals were well rested when the enemy came up, and we had just transferred ourselves to the backs of some that we had borrowed from them. As soon as they had rounded the point — about two hundred and fifty in number — we issued out to attack them; and, although they were somewhat surprised to behold so large a force, they quickly formed and awaited the onset. We were soon upon them, killing several, and having a few of our own wounded. We withdrew to form another charge; but, before we were ready to fall on them again, they divided their line, and one half made a daring attempt to surround our horses, but we defeated their aim. They then retreated toward their village, they finding it necessary to re-enforce their numbers before they could either recover their animals or fight our party with any show of success.
I afterward learned, when a trader in the Cheyenne nation for Sublet, that their main body, consisting of two thousand warriors, had started with them, but turned back when within four miles of our temporary restingplace. The smaller division traveled back as fast as possible in the endeavor to reach them, and bring them back to the attack. After proceeding two or three hours in their trail, they suddenly came in sight of them as they were resting to dress some buffalo. By means of couriers and signals, they soon had the whole army on the march again; but by this time we were "over the hills and far away," having resumed our retreat immediately our pursuers left us. Those who are driving horses in a chase such as this have a great advantage over their pursuers, since the pursuer must necessarily ride one horse all the time, but those that are
Regent Alida Woodward will conduct a short meeting following the speaker. The DAR is open to any female 18 years of age or older who is lineally descended from a patriot who aided in some way in America’s fight for independence in the Revolutionary War. Visit http://santamargarita.californiadar.org.
Brandon Gallery October News – The Fallbrook Art Association (FAA) Fall Show will be from October 4-29; judged by Stan Goudy. The Show reception will be on Saturday, October 8th, 5-7pm; public welcome. FAA and community of artists honor the artful life of Beverly Thordarson. Call to Artists for the 10th Annual Small Works of Art Exhibition to be held November 2-26. Juried and judged by Scott Thom. November-December Workshops with Joe Oakes; Landscapes in Acrylic, a 1-day painting workshop; Sunday, November 6th, 10am-4:30pm. Cost is $90. Visit www.joeaoakes.com or email to email@example.com. Expressive Figure Painting with Janice Cipriani-Willis; learn to paint the figure freely. Monday, November 14th and Monday, December 5th, 9:30am3pm. $60/per lesson; class open to intermediate or advanced students; sign up for one or both. For info/reservations, firstname.lastname@example.org or call 909.227.0345. Classes held at Brandon Gallery, 105 N. Main, Fallbrook, 760.723.1330; open TuesSat 10-4; Sun 12-4; email@example.com or visit www.fallbrookbrandon-
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driving can change as often as they please, taking a fresh horse every half hour even, if occasion requires. In case there is great urgency with a drove, a number of warriors are sent in advance to lead them, while others are whooping and yelling behind. Under this pressure, the animals generally get over the ground at a pretty good rate.
On our arrival at home with thirteen scalps, over eight hundred horses, and none of our party killed, it may be judged that we made much noise and shouting.
The trip we had just accomplished was a severe one, especially for the wounded, and none but Indians could have lived through such torment; but they all finally recovered. They begged to be left upon the road, urging that they must inevitably die, and it was a folly to impede our flight and jeopardize our lives; but I was determined, if possible, to get them in alive; for, had I lost but one, the village would again have gone into mourning, and that I was desirous to avoid. HAVING now quite a respectable amount of peltry on hand, both of our villages started for the fort to purchase winter supplies. We carried upward of forty packs of beaver, and two thousand four hundred packs of robes, with which we were enabled to make quite an extensive trading. We loitered seven days in the vicinity of the fort; then the villages separated, for the purpose of driving the buffalo back to the Yellow Stone, where they would keep in good condition all winter. This required a considerable force of men, as those animals abounded by the thousand at that time where they are now comparatively scarce, and it is a conclusion forced upon my mind that within half a century the race of buffaloes will be extinguished on this conti-
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The Paper • Page 4 • October 6, 2016 Convicted Felon Jose Fragozo Sentenced to Probation for Voter Fraud
After the 13 felonies he was charged with was plea bargained down to a guilty plea for one felony count, former Escondido elementary school district Trustee Jose Fragozo was sentenced last week to probation, fines and work service after pleading guilty in August. Fragozo had been charged perjury, false voter registration and filing false election documents, stemming from allegations that he lied about where he lived in order to win election to the Escondido Union School District Board in 2012.
Vista Superior Court Judge Harry Elias ordered Fragozo to serve three years of probation, pay court fines and restitution, and serve 15 days of public work service. Elias also ordered Fragozo to serve a single day in custody, but allowed him to be booked and released the same day. The judge declined to reduce Fragozo’s felony count to a misdemeanor, but left that option for a later time.
There is a Nov. 14 hearing for restitution in the case. Fragozo could be ordered to pay up to $26,000 to reimburse the school district for payments and benefits he received as a trustee, including a $400 monthly stipend and health insurance, according to his attorney Victor Torres.
In addition, prosecutor Leon Schorr said Fragozo could be ordered to pay attorney fees for the school district. The former trustee must also pay court fines of $1,344 and probation costs of $1,433, Schorr said. San Marcos Goes to District Elections
As is happening more and more often at
Man About Town
I remember the good old days when then-Mayor of Escondido, Lori Holt Pfeiler, would announce at the beginning of a council meeting how those attending could speak to the council; it involved filling out a slip of paper and submitting to the city clerk. The current Escondido Mayor doesn’t do that . . . so, Escondido Council member Olga Diaz decided to help you out. If you have an item you’d like to discuss with the Escondido City Council, jump on over to Page 10 and Olga will walk you through it. ••••• Former basketball coach at Escondido High School, Don Portis, dropped off an old reprint from the Dailty Times Advocate from back in June 15, 1943.
Front page photo is of “Escondido Elementary school students who had oranized a bond and stamp sale campaign to secure enough money to buy the army a
various California cities, under threat of a lawsuit, the San Marcos City Council this week approved sweeping changes to its election system, designed to create a more diverse council. The new ordinance that divides the city into four zones, where each will elect its own council representative as approved unanimously. The new districts won’t take effect until the 2018 election and the mayor will continue to be elected by a citywide vote.
The changes were triggered late last year when the city was threatened with a lawsuit alleging its voting system disenfranchised Latino voters and violated the California Voting Rights Act. Escondido had received the same legal challenge and took the same action with this year’s council election being run on a district basis. The four districts are:
District 1, which runs for the most part in a strip along the north side of state Route 78, as far north as roughly to Mission Avenue on the west end and Bordon Road on the east. District 2, which includes all of San Elijo and Discovery Hills, as well neighborhoods west of unincorporated Lake San Marcos. District 3, which runs along the south side of state Route 78, roughly from Rancho Santa Fe Road east to the city limits. It includes Cal State San Marcos, and cuts to the north side of the freeway to Rock Springs Road. District 4, which is the northern quarter of the city and includes the Santa Fe Hills and Twin Oaks Valley Ranch neighborhoods. Each district represents roughly 8,000 voters.
Jeep. Before they got through with the drive they had raised enough money in stamp and bond sales to buy 19 Jeeps.
Therefore, Colonel. W. Pearcece, of the Escondido army contingent, made arrangements to allow the young people who purchased $5 or more worth of bonds to ride about town in a Jeep.” PR Guru for the San Diego Sabers, Elliot Singer, tells me . . . “I wanted to let you know that the San Diego Sabers Ice Hockey team won both preseason games against the Ontario Avalanche by a score of 3-2. The second game was played at the IcePlex (Escondido) in which the game was tied 2-2 until we scored with 29.5 seconds remaining in the contest.
We started the regular season games September 30th opening on the road in Peoria, AZ against the Arizona Hawks. We won 6-2. On Saturday night Oct 1st we again beat the Hawks 9-0. We went for the sweep on Sunday, Oct 2nd and we did it! The San Diego Sabers are on fire, sweeping the Hawks with a victory Sunday afternoon 12-2.
Home opener Friday, Oct 14th vs Las
Districts 1 and 2 will first come into play in the 2018 election; districts 3 and 4 will follow in 2020. Voter Registration Deadline Approaching
Escondido City Clerk Diane Halverson reminds residents that Monday, October 24 is the last day to register to vote in the General Municipal Election to be held November 8, 2016. During regular business hours, you may register at the San Diego County Registrar of Voters or online at www.sdvote.org. Registration cards are available at the City Clerk’s Office during regular business hours.
If you have moved, changed your name (due to marriage or court order), or wish to change your party affiliation since the last election, you must re-register no later than midnight, Monday, October 24.
If you have any questions concerning voter registration, please contact the Registrar of Voters Office at 858-5655800, or the City Clerk’s Office at City Hall, 201 North Broadway, Escondido,
Letter s to the Editor? We love ‘em! Send them to: firstname.lastname@example.org Please keep to under 250 words Vegas Storm.
Yes, the Sabers are undefeated in the 2162017 season.”
More exciting San Diego Sabers hockey continues on Oct 7,8,9 in Lake Tahoe playing against the Tahoe Icemen. ••••• Mortality . . . got to thinking over the weekend about all the folks I’ve worked with over the years . . . for a number of years (7) I managed Escondido’s radio station KOWN, 1070-1977. As I began to recall my colleagues I became aware of a thing called mortality. Of those I worked with:
Alan Skuba, healthy and living in Palm Desert, Ca.
Lyle Bradley, Alan Skuba’s business partner, (and sometimes confused with me) passed away. Jay Raymond, the manager that preceded me . . . has passed away.
JoAnne Wert, receptionist when I arrived in 1970, passed away. Clip Helps, my Program Director, passed away.
Letters to the Editor
The Power of the Book
Wow! Once in a while I love finding The Paper available to peruse for fun and informative articles.
I usually start with the jokes, for obvious reasons. Today "The Power of the Book" grabbed my attention. I read with curiosity, expecting to find a surface curiosity about why such an outdated tome would claim to still be the best seller. I was surprised to find an open approach, including facts about Chinese production and use one doesn't usually see in the news.
The article included more than one religion, and was unusually fair to Christian belief. Thanks so much for the indepth information. I confess to loving the "inner peace" sharing. I count on the Word for that and am confident of eternal security.
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Doug Best, host of “Doug Best Swings,” and past Escondido Councilmember and Mayor - just recently passed away. Phil Boles (air name, Phil Flower) passed away. “Prince Edward” - Eddie Dillon passed away.
Kay Calland, my secretary and super human being - passed away. Patti Johnson - traffic director and secretary - passed away Al Collins, sales, passed away.
Art Hogan and Jack Feldmann, successors in interest to Alan Skuba, having bought the station from him in the mid 70’s . . . both have passed away.
The Man About Town . . . still alive and kicking . . . but after thinking about all my pals, a lot of wonderful, wonderful people . . . I can’t help but wonder if I might not be destined to join all of them someday soon in The Great Perhaps. Until that day comes, you’ll find me here at the keyboard, slaving away, day after day.
After 25 years I have now retired from the Hidden Valley Kiwanis Cub of Escondido so should have a lot more leisure time with which to get into lots of big trouble. Hope I enjoy myself. New president is Fred Wollman - he’ll do well.
The Paper • Page 5 • October 6, 2016 The Paper’s Preliminary Endorsements
Because of the ability to vote by mail by October 10th, The Paper is offering its endorsements for candidates and/or issues in this November’s election, so that readers/electors may know our recommendations as to whom we feel is most qualified for the position(s). We offer this as a guide for early voters, particularly for those who may not know the candidate(s) personally.
As of today, The Paper endorses the following: Escondido City Council:
District 3 - Olga Diaz District 4: Mike Morasco
Escondido Union Trustee Area No. 1
Escondido Union School No. 3: Joe Muga
Escondido Union High Trustee Christi Knight.
Trustee Area No. 4 Dane M. White.
City of Oceanside
San Pasqual Union (Short Term)
Oceanside City Council Linda Gonzalez and Ward O’Doherty
Scott Heidemann San Marcos Candidates
Rebecca Jones and Sharon Jenkins. Vallecitos Water District Distirct 1 Kelly Crews. District 4 Mike Sanella District 5 Hal Martin
Palomar Community Governing Board
Escondido City Treasurer
San Pasqual Union (Full term)
Oceanside City Treasurer. Nadine Scott
Palomar Health Doug Moir, Joy Gorzeman and Linda Greer Oceanside Unified School - Dist. 2
Rose Marie Dishman, Nina Deerfield and Nancy Ann Hensch
Mayor Jim Wood
San Marcos Unified School District
Victor Graham, Jane McClean and Randy Walton Vista City Council
Cody Campbell and Amanda Rigby
Vista Unified School District Board Trustee Area #1 - Elizabeth Janka Trustee Area #4 - Angela Chunka Trustee Area #5 - Richard Alderson
Mike Blessing and Adrieanne Hakes Carlsbad City Council
Keith Blackburn and Lorraine M. Wood Carlsbad Unified School
Ray Pearson and Elisa Williamson County Supervisor, District 3 Dave Roberts
County Board of Education 5th District Mark Wyland
President of the United States
US Senator - Loretta Sanchez Congress: 49th Dist - Darrell Issa 50th - Duncan Hunter 51st - Juan Hidalgo 52nd - Scott Peters 53rd - Susan Davis State Senate
39th District - Toni Atkins State Assembly
71st District - Leo Hamel 75th District - Marie Waldron 77th District - Brian Maenschein 78th District - Keven Melton 79th District - Shirley Weber 80th District - Lorena Gonzalez State Propositions
Proposition 51 A "no" vote opposes the state issuing $9 billion in new debt to fund the improvement and construction of education facilities. No Propostion 52 A "yes" vote supports requiring voter approval to change the dedicated use of certain fees from hospitals used to draw matching federal money and fund Medi-Cal services. The initiative was also designed to require a two-thirds majority vote of the California Legislature to end the hospital fee program. YES
Proposition 53 A "yes" vote will be a vote in favor of requiring voter approval before the state could issue more than $2 billion in public infrastructure bonds that would require an increase in taxes or fees for repayment. YES
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nent. Then farewell to the Red Man! for he must also become extinct, unless he applies himself to the cultivation of the soil, which is beyond the bound of probability. The incessant demand for robes has slain thousands of those noble beasts of the prairie, until the Indians themselves begin to grow uneasy at the manifest diminution, and, as a means of conservation, each nation has adopted the policy of confining to itself the right of hunting on its own ground. They consider that the buffalo belongs to them as their exclusive property; that he was sent to them by the Great Spirit for their subsistence; and when he fails them, what shall they resort to? Doubtless, when that time arrives, much of the land which they now roam over will be under the white man's cultivation, which will extend inland from both oceans. Where then shall the Indian betake himself ? There are no more Mississippis to drive him beyond. Unquestionably he will be taken in a surround, as he now surrounds the buffalo; and as he can not assimilate with civilization, the Red Man's doom is apparent. It is a question of time, and no very long time either; but the result, as I view it, is a matter of certainty.
The territory claimed by the Crows would make a larger state than Illinois. Portions of it form the choicest land in the world, capable of producing any thing that will grow in the Western and Middle States. Innumerable streams, now the homes of the skillful beaver, and clear as the springs of the Rocky Mountains, irrigate the plains, and would afford power for any amount of machinery. Mineral springs of every degree of temperature abound in the land. The country also produces an inconceivable amount of wild fruit of every variety, namely, currants, of every kind; raspberries, black and red; strawberries, blackberries, cherries; plums, of delicious flavor and in great abundance; grapes, and numberless other varieties proper to the latitude and fertile nature of the soil. I am fully convinced that this territory contains vast mineral wealth; but, as I was unacquainted with the properties of minerals during my residence with the Crows, I did not pay much attention to the investigation of the subject. One thing, however, I am convinced of, that no part of the United States contains richer deposits of anthracite coal than the territory I am speaking of, and my conviction is thus founded. I one night surrounded a small mountain with a large force of warriors, thinking I had observed the fires of the en emy, and that I should catch them in a trap. But, to my great surprise, it proved to be a mountain of coal on fire, which had, I suppose, spontaneously ignited. I immediately drew off my forces, as I was fearful of an explosion. I could readily point out the place again. It would be extremely hazardous to attempt any scientific explorations without first gaining the consent of
the Crows. They have been uniformly friendly with the whites; still, they would be jealous of any engineering operations, as they would be ignorant of their nature. The Crows are a very reserved people, and it would be difficult to negotiate a treaty with them for the cession of any portion of their land. They have always refused to send a deputation to Washington, although repeatedly invited. Indeed, when I was their chief, I always opposed the proposition, as I foresaw very clearly what effect such a visit would produce upon their minds. The Crows, as a nation, had never credited any of the representations of the great wealth, and power, and numbers of their white brethren. In the event of a deputation being sent to Washington, the perceptions of the savages would be dazzled with the display and glitter around them. They would return home dejected and humiliated; they would confound the ears of their people with the rehearsal of the predominance and magnificence of the whites; feeling their own comparative insignificance, they would lose that pride in themselves that now sustains them, and, so far from being the terror of their enemies, they would grow despondent and lethargic; they would addict themselves to the vices of the weaker nations, and in a short time their land would be ingulfed in the insatiable government vortex, and, like hundreds of other once powerful tribes, they would be quickly exterminated by the battle-axes of their enemies. These are the considerations that influenced me while I administered their affairs.
From the fort I started on foot with two hundred and sixty trusty warriors for the Camanche territory. We had reached their ground, and were traveling leisurely along upon a high, open prairie, when our spies suddenly telegraphed to us to lie flat down — an order which we promptly obeyed. We soon learned that there was a number of Indians, some distance beyond, engaged in running buffalo and antelope as far as we could see. There appeared to be an outlet to the prairie, through which we could see them emerging and disappearing like bees passing in and out of a hive. We found at night that it was a wide cañon, in which their village was encamped, extending over three miles, and must have contained several thousand warriors. They had just driven a host of horses into it, to have them ready, most probably, for the next day's chase. There were still thousands of horses scattered in every direction over the prairie, but I preferred to take those already collected. The Camanches, being seldom troubled by the incursions of their neighbors (as most of the tribes hold them in dread), take no precaution for the safety of their animals, for which reason they fell an easy prey to us.
At the usual time of night we paid a visit to their immense herd, and started an innumerable drove; we found it larger than we could successfully drive, and were therefore obliged to leave several hundreds of them on the prairie. We then placed a sufficient number of horse-guides ahead, and, whipping up our rear, we
soon had an immense drove under full speed for our own country, making the very earth tremble beneath their hoofs. We continued this pace for three days and nights, closely followed by our enemies, who, having discovered their loss the next morning, started after us in pursuit. They kept in sight of us each day, but we had the advantage of them, as we could change horses and they could not, unless they happened to pick up a few stragglers on the road.
On the third day I happened to be leading, and just as I rose to look over the summit of a hill on the Arkansas, I discovered a large village of the Cheyennes not far in advance, and lying directly in our course. In an instant we turned to the left, and continued on through a hollow with all our drove, the Camanches not more than two or three miles in our rear. On our pursuers arriving at the spot where we had diverged to the left, they held their course right on, and, pouncing upon the astonished Cheyennes, conceived they were the party they were in pursuit of. We could distinctly hear the report of the guns of the contending parties, but did not slacken our pace, as our desire to get home in safety outweighed all curiosity to see the issue of the conflict. We afterward learned that the Cheyennes inflicted a severe beating upon their deluded assailants, and chased them back, with the loss of many of their warriors, to their own country. This was fine fun for us, and Fortune aided us more than
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our own skill, for we were saved any farther trouble of defending our conquest, and eventually reached home without the loss of a single life. Our pursuers being disposed of, we allowed ourselves a little more ease. On the fifth day of our retreat we crossed the Arkansas, and, arriving on the bank of the Powder River (a branch of the south fork of the Pla tte), we afforded ourselves a rest. We drove all our horses into a cañon, and fortified the entrance, so that, in case of molestation, we could have repulsed five times our number. There was excellent pasture, affording our wearied and famishing horses the means of satisfying their hunger, and refreshing themselves with rest. We also needed repose, for we had eaten nothing on the way except what we happened to have with us, in the same manner as our horses would crop an occasional mouthful of grass while pursuing their flight. After refreshing ourselves we resumed our journey, and, striking the Laramie River, we passed on through the Park, and then crossed the Sweet Water River into our own territory, where we were safe. We fell in with Long Hair's village before we entered our own, with whom we had a good time. Before parting we gave them five hundred horses. From thence we went down to the fort in quest of our own village, but learned
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they were about twenty miles out, encamped on the Rose Bud. The inmates of the fort thought it must have rained horses, for such a prodigious drove they never saw driven in before. We made them a present of a Camanche horse all round, and, having staid one night with them, the next morning we journeyed on to our village.
We found them all dancing and rejoicing over the success of the other war-parties, who had reached home before us, and our arrival increased their joy to such an extreme that there was no limit to their extravagant manifestations.
We had not parted from the fort more than two or three hours when Big Bowl called there, also in quest of the village, bringing two thousand seven hundred horses, which he had taken from the Coutnees. Tulleck informed him that his son had but just left for the village with a large drove.
"Yes," said the old, man, "but I can laugh at him this time." "No, no," replied Tulleck, "he has beat you; he has twice as many as you."
"Ugh!" exclaimed the old brave; "his medicine is always powerful."
We must have started with five thousand horses, for many gave out on the way and were left behind, besides a number that must have straggled off, for the Cheyennes afterward informed me that they picked up a considerable number which had undoubtedly belonged to our drove. My father, after presenting them with a horse all round at the fort, whipped his drove up, saying that he would yet overtake the Medicine Calf before he reached the village.
He arrived just before sunset, when the joy was at its height.
We had horses enough now to eat us out of house and home, about eight thousand head having been brought in during the last ten days.
When the rejoicing was through, I divided my village, sending two hundred lodges round to start the buffalo toward the mountain, while I took one hundred and seventy lodges, and made a circuit in the direction of the fort, encamping in the bottom close by. I had with me eight or nine hundred warriors, besides my division of the women and children.
While staying in the vicinity of the fort we were usually very careless, never apprehending any attack, but on the third day of our encampment here we were suddenly assailed by nearly fifteen hundred Black Foot warriors, who were probably aware that we had divided our village, and had followed us as the smallest party. Myself and several other warriors were in the fort when the attack was made, but we soon hastened to join our warriors. The contest became
severe. The Black Feet fought better than I had ever seen them fight before. The Crows, being outnumbered by their enemies, were sorely pressed, and every man had to exert himself to the utmost to withstand the assault. The men at the fort, seeing our situation, brought out to our aid a small cannon on a cart. The enemy, seeing them bring it up, charged on it and carried it, the Frenchmen who had it in charge running back to the fort with all possible speed. The Crows, seeing what had happened, made a furious charge on the captors of the cannon, and succeeded in retaking it, though not without the loss of several killed and wounded in the conflict. The gun was loaded with musket-balls, and, when finally discharged, did no damage to the enemy.
I was in another quarter, encouraging my warriors to protect our lodges, and we at length succeeded in beating them off, although they drove away over twelve hundred head of our horses with them, without any possibility of our wresting them from them, at least at that time. We lost thirteen warriors killed, twelve of whom were scalped, and about thirty wounded. It is a wonder we did not suffer a loss three times more severe. But the Black Feet are not steady warriors; they become too much excited in action, and lose many opportunities of inflicting mischief. If bluster would defeat a foe, their battles would be a succession of victories. Had we in the least mistrusted an attack, by being in readiness we could have repulsed them without the least effort. But they caught us totally unprepared; there was not a man at his post until they were about to fall upon us. The enemy lost fortyeight scalps in the encounter, besides a number of dead and wounded they carried away with them without our being able to lay hands upon them. They had also over one hundred horses shot under them.
We suffered a severe loss in the death of the veteran brave Red Child, the hero of a hundred fights, who was killed and scalped at his lodge door. His wife, who was by, struck the Indian who scalped him with a club, but she did not strike him hard enough to disable him. The loss of the old brave was severely felt by the whole nation. The crying and mourning which ensued pained me more than the loss of our horses. After spending the night in mourning, we moved on to the other division, to carry the woful tidings of our reverse. When we rejoined them there was a general time of crying. I took a great share of the blame to myself, as it was upon my proposition that the village had been divided and the disaster sustained. I suggested it with a view to facilitate business, never dreaming of an attack by such an overwhelming force. When the excitement had subsided, I determined to wash their faces or perish in the attempt. I ordered every one that could work to engage in the erection of a fort in the timber, sufficiently large to hold all our lodges, laying out the work myself, and seeing it well
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Historically Speaking by Tom Morrow
The Storied Life of Bat Masterson
One of America’s most colorful characters was Bartholomew “Bat” Masterson, who was a buffalo hunter, Indian fighter, Army scout, gunfighter, county sheriff, town and U.S. marshal, gambler, prizefighting referee, bunko artist, and New York newspaper columnist.
Masterson was born Nov. 26, 1853, in Henryville, Canada East, (what today is Quebec), spending the first half of his adult life in what is remembered as the "Wild West." Though he was baptized Bartholomew, he later changed his name to “William Barclay Masterson.”
He became a leading authority on prizefighting, attending nearly every important match and title fight from the 1880s until his death in 1921. He knew all of the Heavyweight Champions from John L. Sullivan and James J. "Gentleman Jim" Corbett to Jack Johnson and Jack Dempsey. In his early days as an important character in helping to tame the cattle towns of Kansas, Bat was noted for his ever-present derby hat and silverknobbed cane, which he frequently carried.
and Bat were hired by Raymond Ritter to grade a five-mile section of track for the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad. Ritter skipped out without paying the Masterson brothers their wages. A year later, finally, Bat collected the overdue wages from Ritter – at gunpoint.
Beginning in 1877, for the next 20 some years, Bat gained a reputation for being a lawman, faro dealer, and gunfighter. He began as a deputy in Dodge City, Kansas and later was elected Sheriff of Ford County, Kansas. He would work alongside Wyatt Earp, John “Doc” Holiday and other notable gunman, becoming a folklore legend. Brother Ed would be gunned down on the streets of Dodge City as town marshal, but Bat got revenge.
In 1902, after dodging a bunco charge of fleecing a Mormon elder out of $17,000, a friend got Bat a job as a columnist for the New York Morning Telegram. His column, "Masterson's Views on Timely Topics," was sports in general and boxing in particular. The column appeared three times a week from 1903 until his death in 1921. In 1905, “The Sunset Trail,” a fictionalized biography of Bat, was published; one of many somewhat true depictions that have led to his fame as a gunfighter and gambler.
Bat was introduced to President Theodore Roosevelt that resulted in Masterson being a frequent White House guest, and regular correspondence. In 1905, Roosevelt arranged for Bat's appointment as Deputy U.S. Marshal for the Southern District of New York. The President wrote Bat a letter which concluded with the lines: "You must be careful not to gamble or do anything while you are a public officer which might afford opportunity to your enemies and my critics to say that your appointment was improper…" Bat served in his $2,000 per year job until Aug. 1, 1909, when then-President William Howard Taft fired him.
Bat Masterson died at age 67 on Oct. 25, 1921, at his desk, from a massive heart attack after writing what became his final column for the Telegraph. Close friend Damon Runyon offered this memorable eulogy: "He was a 100 percent, 22-karat real man … he was always stretching out his hand to some down-and-outer. Bat had a great sense of humor and a marvelous fund of reminiscence, and was one of the most entertaining companions we have ever known. There are only too few men in the world like Bat Masterson and his death is a genuine loss." Bat Masterson is buried at Woodlawn Cemetery in The Bronx, New York City. His full name, William Barclay Masterson, appears above his epitaph on the large granite grave marker which reads: "Loved by Everyone.”
Wyatt Earp, left, and Bat Masterson
In his late teens, he and his two brothers, Ed and Jim, left their family's farm to become buffalo hunters on the American plains. During July 1872, Ed
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under way. I directed them, when they had finished the construction, to move their lodges into it, and remain there till my return, for, thus protected, they could beat off ten times their number. I then took nearly seven hundred of our best warriors, and started for the Black Feet, resolved upon revenge, and careless how many I fell in with.
A small party had recently come in with two scalps, which they had obtained near the head of Lewis's Fork, Columbia River. They reported a large village of eight hundred lodges, from which numerous warparties had departed, as they had crossed their trails in coming home. They knew the direct road to the village, how it was situated, and all about it, which was of great service to me. I therefore took them with me, and employed them as scouts. Every warrior was well provided for hard service; each man had a ridinghorse, and led his war-horse by his side. On the seventh day we came in view of their village, but we deferred our attack till the next day. The enemy had chosen a very good position; they were encamped on a large bend of the river, at that time shallow and fordable every where. I detached fifty of my warriors for a feint, while I stole round with the main body to the high ground, taking care to keep out of sight of the enemy. Having
gained my position, I signaled to the light division to feign an attack, while my men were so excited I could hardly restrain them from rushing out and defeating my purpose. My plan succeeded admirably. The Black Feet, having suffered themselves to be decoyed from their position by the flight of the fifty warriors, I sounded a charge, and my men rushed upon the unprotected village like a thunderbolt. We swept every thing before us; the women took to the bush like partridges; the warriors fled in every direction. They were so paralyzed at our unexpected descent that no defense was attempted. I threw myself among the thickest group I could see, and positively hacked down seventeen who pretended to be warriors without receiving a scratch, although my shield was pretty well cut with arrows. If my warriors had all come to their work according to the example that even the heroine set them, not one of the Black Feet who ventured to show fight would have escaped. The heroine killed three warriors with her lance, and took two fine little boys prisoners. We found but about a thousand warriors to oppose us, while there were lodges enough to contain three times the number. We only took sixty-eight scalps after all our trouble — a thing I could not account for. We took thirty women and children prisoners, and drove home near two thousand head of horses, among which were many of our own. As I had never seen the Black Feet fight so well as at the fort, I expected
an equal display of valor on this occasion, but they offered nothing worthy the name of defense. I learned from my prisoners that my old father-in-law was in that village, whose daughter I had nearly killed for dancing over the scalps of the white men. We had only one warrior wounded, who was shot through the thigh; but it was not broken, and, like all Indian wounds, it soon got well. We reached home in less than four days; and, after our arrival, singing and dancing were kept up for a week. In taking prisoners from an enemy we gain much useful information, as there are always more or less of their tribe domiciliated with us, to whom the captives impart confidence; these relate all that they hear to the chiefs, thus affording much serviceable information that could not otherwise be obtained. The women seem to care but little for their captivity, more particularly the young women, who have neither husbands nor children to attach them to their own tribe. They like Crow husbands, because they keep them painted most of the time with the emblems of triumph, and do not whip them like their Black Foot husbands. Certain it is that, when once captured by us, none of them ever wished to return to their own nation. In our numerous campaigns that winter we also took an unusual number of boys, all of whom make excellent Crow warriors, so that our numbers considerably increased from our prisoners alone. Some of the best warriors in the Crow nation
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had been boys taken from the surrounding tribes. They had been brought up with us, had played with our children, and fought their miniature sham-battles together, had grown into men, become warriors, braves, and so on to the council, until they were far enough advanced to become expert horse-thieves. That winter was an exceedingly fortunate one for the Crow nation; success crowned almost every expedition. Long Hair's warriors achieved some great triumphs over the Black Feet, and in one battle took nearly a hundred scalps.
When Long Hair heard of our misfortune at the fort, he sent a messenger to our village to offer some of his warriors to assist us in retrieving our reverse. But before the arrival of the messenger we had been and returned, and were all in the height of rejoicing. He hastened back to his village to impart the glad tidings, in order that they might rejoice with us.
We then engaged in trapping beaver and hunting buffalo for the next three weeks, during which time we suffered no molestation from any of our enemies. •••• Editor’s Note: More adventures to come in future issues! For Advertising Information or to subscribe, Call (760) 747-7119
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Parliamentary Law Workshop – Messy Meetings? Nothing gets done…etc.? The CA North County Unit of Parliamentarians will hold a workshop on Saturday, October 8th, that will show how to have smooth meetings, take less time, be more productive, and have shorter minutes. Subjects to be presented include Do’s and Don’ts of Officers; electronic meetings; amending bylaws; Roberts Rules of Order vs. The Davis Stirling Act; and Q&A. Presenters will be Jacqueline Marazzi, PRP, Parliamentarian; N.A.P. Parliamentarians: Bob Forthun and George Speer, and Susan Hawks McClintic, an attorney specializing in HOA law. Each first-time attendee will receive a copy of “Robert’s Rules of Order—In Brief ”, and all attendees receive a workbook. The “In Brief ” and the full 11th Edition of Robert’s Rules of Order will be available for sale. The Workshop will be held in Room 5 at the Park Avenue Community Center, 210 E. Park Ave., Escondido, 92025, with registration at 8:30am; workshop from 9am-1pm. $40/person. Make checks payable to CA Nu Chi Unit Parliamentarians; RSVP to Jacqueline Marazzi at 760.650.9290 or email firstname.lastname@example.org, or to George Speer, Jr. at 760.212.6339 or email@example.com.
African Violet Society to Meet Tuesday, October 11 – The San Diego North County African Violet Society will meet on Tuesday, October 11, from 10:30am-12:30pm at the Vista Library, in the Community Room at the west side of the Library. For the program, members will repot clumps of African Violets from Mother leaf. The club will provide the materials. There will be door prizes, a raffle, and an auction. The club will furnish refreshments. Contact Pauline Mueller, 760.433.4641, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
On Wednesday, October 12, from 10am to 12pm, at the Seven Oaks Community Center, 16789 Bernardo Oaks Drive, San Diego, you are invited to learn about the programs and services offered through ElderHelp, a local non-profit organization that supports Seniors and their Independence. Transportation, home safety, care coordination, shared housing and more will be covered. Opportunities for volunteering will also be discussed. For information call Stella Logan at 760.212.9177.
Frank Merchat to Speak at Happy Hour Politics – On Wednesday, October 19th, Happy Hour Politics (HHP) will host Frank Merchat, MiraCosta Board of Trustees, who will address CA Proposition 51 on the November ballot, and the improvements needed to continue to provide a quality education to the local community. MiraCosta College is an important asset to North County residents. Prop 51 includes $2 billion in general obligation bonds for California Community College facilities and would raise funds to update facilities such as the Veterans Center, science centers, career training areas/labs, and instructional technology; repair/replace roofs, restrooms, plumbing/electrical systems, and improve access for students with disabilities. The meeting will be on Wednesday, October 19th, from 6-8pm at The Crossings, 5800 The Crossings Dr., Carlsbad. The $20 cash cover charge includes appetizers. Drinks available for purchase. For information, email Melanie at email@example.com; check out Facebook as Happy Hour Politics, or on Twitter @hhpcbad. RSVP by Wednesday, October 12th. Regional Business Networking – The North San Diego Business Chamber will hold their Regional Connect Business Networking event on Wednesday, October 12, 5-7pm, hosted by Scripps Health, 10790 Rancho Bernardo Road, San Diego, 92127. A list of registered attendees will be sent to Vista Friends & Newcomers - Ladies, are you new to the North County area or recently retired and looking for the opportunity to meet like minded women? You are welcome to join the monthly coffee meetings held at
“Arcadia Place Retirement,” 1080 Arcadia Place (corner East Vista Way and Arcadia) in Vista, on the second Thursday each month at 9:30am (this month, October 13th). In addition to our monthly coffees, our calendar is full with a book club, several different game groups, a brunch, a luncheon and a dinner out, a stitch & debate group, and a Happy Hour. Special events and outings are added. This program will be a requested repeat presentation by our own, Elizabeth DeBoer, of her Comic Con Costumes and more, sewn by herself and shared with others as well. We enjoy coffee and treats, followed by a brief meeting. For information, call Carla at 760.530.8720 or Karen at 760.295.3232.
The World of Travel and Fishing - The Senior Anglers of Escondido will host one of their own at the club’s October 14 meeting. Barbara Gattuso will present a travel log of her adventures around the world, traveling for pleasure and exploring, she is never without her rod and reel, having fished on most continents. Barbara is vice president of the club’s saltwater fishing activities. Senior Anglers of Escondido is open to all anglers age 50 and above, with meetings held the second Friday of each month at the Park Avenue Community Center, 210 Park Ave., Escondido. Doors open at 8:30am; meetings start 9:30am. Members enjoy local freshwater fishing, summer saltwater charters, RV camping, and community service to help kids go fishing. Visit http://senioranglersofescondido.net/
Pumpkin Plunge at Alga Norte Aquatic Center - Enjoy Halloween-themed pool activities and games during the City of Carlsbad’s Pumpkin Plunge at Alga Norte Aquatic Center, 6565 Alicante Road, on Saturday, October 15 from 5 to 9pm. The swimming pool will be transformed into a floating pumpkin patch where participants can catch a pumpkin with a hula hoop. Every child will receive a pumpkin to take home to decorate. Come dressed in a swimsuit and enjoy other fun and spooky activities including diving for treasures, collecting bones, catching mutant fish and more. As the sun goes down, finish the night off with
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a special presentation of the movie, Hotel Transylvania 2, on the giant outdoor movie screen. “This event is fun for everyone,” says Rachael Shay, special events director for the City of Carlsbad. Cost is $10/person. Children ages 3 and under are free. Food and beverages available for purchase. For more information visit the website at www.carlsbadconnect.org, keyword search “Pumpkin Plunge.”
Explore “Haunted Escondido” at Escondido Public Library - Just in time for Halloween, the Library presents Haunted Escondido on Saturday, October 15, from 2pm to 3:30pm, in the Turrentine Room of the Library, 239 S. Kalmia St., Escondido. The San Diego Paranormal Research Society (SDPRS) will give a spine-tingling presentation highlighting local and historical hauntings in Escondido and around San Diego County. In addition, the results of a recent paranormal investigation conducted at the Library will be revealed. Learn how investigators from the SDPRS conduct paranormal research, intuitively and scientifically, by utilizing photographs, audio, video, and specialized equipment used in paranormal research. To learn more about SDPRS, visit http://www.sandiegoparanormalresearch.co m. Library programs are free and open to the public. For more information on this and other Library events, visit the website at library.escondido.org or call Adult Services Senior Librarian, Viktor Sjöberg, at 760.839.4814. Horse Heritage Festival Celebrates Rural Roots – Come for a fun-filled family event on Sunday, October 16th, at Walnut Grove Park in San Marcos where the Twin Oaks Valley Equestrian Association and the San Marcos Historical Society present the Horse Heritage Festival and the 10th Annual Ride & Stride. Help the horse park by entering the 3-mile “Ride & Stride” along Twin Oaks Valley’s horse-friendly trail system. Check-in 8:30am; start at 9am. Proceeds from the Ride improve the public horse show grounds at Walnut Grove Park. For more informa-
The Social Butterfly Cont. on Page 11
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A Weekly Memo from the Councilmembers of Your Community published in the belief that it is important for elected leaders to communicate with their constituents and that constituents have a means of hearing from their elected leaders.
Attending A City Council Meeting
Council Member, Represents District 3
The Paper’s Endorsements Cont. from Page 5
Proposition 54 A "yes" vote will be a vote in favor of prohibiting the legislature from passing any bill until it has been in print and published on the Internet for 72 hours prior to the vote. YES Proposition 55 A "yes" vote supports extending the personal income tax increases on incomes over $250,000 approved in 2012 for 12 years in order to fund education and healthcare. YES Proposition 56 A "yes" vote favors increasing the cigarette tax by $2.00 per Propositionn 56 A "yes" vote favors increasing the cigarette tax by $2.00 per pack, with equivalent increases on other tobacco products and electronic cigarettes. YES
Proposition 57 A "yes" vote supports increasing parole and good behavior opportunities for felons convicted of nonviolent crimes and allowing judges, not prosecutors, to decide whether to try certain juveniles as adults in court. YES
I remember the first City Council Meeting I attended as a regular resident of Escondido. I didn’t know much about local politicians and I certainly never thought I’d be one. It would have been helpful to know the steps I would need to take in order to address the Council. My crash course in “petitioning government” made me aware of how important it is to take advantage of the easy access we all have to inform our
Proposition 58 A "no" vote is a vote against repealing most of the "English in Public Schools" Initiative, which was designed to prohibit non-English languages from being used in public schools. NO
Proposition 59 A no vote opposes this advisory question's proposal to allow the state's elected officials to use their authority to overturn the Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission decision. NO.
Proposition 60: A "yes" vote would be a vote in favor of requiring the use of condoms and other protective measures during the filming of pornographic films, as well as requiring pornography producers to pay for certain health requirements and checkups. YES Proposition 61 A "yes" vote supports regulating drug prices by requiring state agencies to pay the same prices that the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (USDVA) pays for prescription drugs. YES
Proposition 62 A "no" vote opposes repealing the death penalty. NO
elected leaders about how they can best http://www.escondido.org/cityserve the constituency they represent. council.aspx Although you can watch Escondido City Council meetings on-line or on the local government channel, I invite you to attend council meetings in person. It’s easy. It’s air conditioned. It’s free. If you fill out a speaker slip and turn it in to the City Clerk, you may speak directly to the Council and be televised. The meeting schedule and the agenda are available on the City website
Extra copies of the agenda are available in Council Chambers.
Proposition 64 A "yes" vote supports legalizing recreational marijuana and hemp under state law and establishing certain sales and cultivation taxes. YES
Editor’s Note: Research is ongoing. Like you, we reserve tghe right to change our vote up to and including election day if and when new information becomes available.
Proposition 63 A "no" vote opposes this proposal to prohibit the possession of large-capacity ammunition magazines and require certain individuals to pass a background check in order to purchase ammunition. NO
Proposition 65 A "yes" vote is a vote in favor of redirecting money collected from the sale of carry-out bags by grocery or other retail stores to a special fund administered by the Wildlife Conservation Board. YES Proposition 66 A "yes" vote supports changing the procedures governing state court appeals and petitions that challenge death penalty convictions and sentences. YES
Banker’s family had to give him up because of allergies. He’s used to living with adults, but might enjoy having some older kids to hang out with. He likes batting around his mouse toy and sitting by a window so he can watch birds.
The $100 adoption fee for Banker includes medical exam, vaccinations, neuter, and microchip. For more information call 760-7536413, visit Rancho Coastal Humane Society at 389 Requeza Street in Encinitas, or log on to SDpets.org. Kennels and Cattery open 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. every day but Tuesday.
Kai, a 1-year-old Dutch mix rabbit, is looking for a new best friend. He was found as a stray and brought to our care by a Good Samaritan. Since then, he has proven to be a very social, active bunny. He loves to hop around a safe bunnyproofed area and munch on fresh veggies. He also enjoys playing with toys and eating hay out of puzzles as a fun game. This sweet, interactive rabbit will surely make a wonderful companion for years to come. Kai is available for adoption at the San Diego Humane Society’s Escondido Campus located at 3450 East Valley Parkway. To learn more about making him part of your family, please call (760) 888-2275.
favor of upholding or ratifying the contested legislation banning plastic bags that was enacted by the California State Legislature under the name Senate Bill 270. YES.
Note, for examnple, that the candidate for treasurer in Oceanside, Gary Ernst, passed away recently. The only remaining qualified candidate is Nadine Scott. If material facts and/or circumstances change between now and election day we shall post our revised endorsements, if any, in the soonest edition possible.
As of this date, these are our recommendations. We offer this only as a guide to assist you in casting your vote. Agree or disagree with our choices . . . it is imortant that you VOTE!
The Pastor Says . . . Proposition 67 A "yes" vote is a vote in
Pastor Richad Huls (Retired) Banker is pet of the week at your Rancho Coastal Humane Society. He’s an 8 year old, 11 pound, Domestic Short Hair cat.
The City Council discusses many serious issues including water rates, public safety staffing, road improvements and new development. Come share your ideas about how we can do things better.
Change is Coming
As the election of our new President approaches, I hear contrary ideas regarding the outcome of the winner. If Hillary wins, “we will have more of the Obama’s government” and if Trump wins, “watch out, life will never be the same.” However, many have gone so far as to suggest Hillary will change the landscape with the Supreme Court, gun control, open immigration, and even family values. Trump, on the other hand, will turn present government upside down, as he reaches for a return to the “good old days and make America great again.” Personally, I wouldn’t dare make a prediction with either of them. What I mostly hear is reactionary, not positive nor affirmative, only
desperate uncertainty and blind acceptance. It is the theme of the song, “Whatever Will Be Will Be.” Is that how we want our future to be, “Que, Sera Sera”? Or do we believe we can have a part to play in determining our future? The Greek philosopher, Heraclitus, (500BC) is purported to have said, “The only thing that is constant is change,” which, simply put, says that change is constant and that things are always changing. Change occurs, regardless. How do we determine the outcome? To do nothing is to leave the consequences to fate or fortune. Or we can determine the outcome with our input.
The Bible says there are forces we can employ to affect the result of change such as with prayer, faith, hope, and love. It may seem like a monumental task, in view of the pessimism in our time. Yet, we can contribute to moving that change in a very positive direction, if we are willing to do it. Most hopeful is to have a constant, something of value which doesn’t change. Again, the Scriptures tell us that is God, who encompasses all truth, virtue, and benevolence. Though all else changes, He does not. We need that constant.
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San Marcos • Mayor Jim Desmond
Two free events, neighboring locations
On Saturday, Oct. 8 from 10 am to 2 pm, San Marcos residents, students, and visitors can attend two free events at neighboring locations—the annual San Marcos Fire Department Open House and the “Because I Care” Community Resource Fair.
prevention through activities that are fun for all ages.
Directly adjacent to the open house, the City of San Marcos in partnership with Cal State San Marcos will be hosting their 13th annual “Because I Care” Community Resource Fair at the San Marcos Senior Activity Center, 111 Richmar Avenue. By teaming up with the university, the fair provides support for individuals who provide care to family members including children, young adults and aging adults
The annual San Marcos Fire Department Open House will be held at Fire Station No. 1, 180 West Mission Road. Each year we open the fire station doors to parents and children so that they can learn more about the Fire Department, the firefighters that For more information, visit keep them safe, and fire www.san-marcos.net.
Escondido • Mayor Sam Abed
Mayor Sam Abed does not wish to write a weekly column to communicate with his Escondido Constituents via The Paper and its “A Letter from the Mayor” series
Letters to the Editor Cont. from Page 4
The Shroud of Turin is more of a distraction. I agree, Biblically, Jesus wasn't described as "tall, dark, and handsome." In addition, I repeatedly see evidence of God's sense of humor. I would have joined Jesus playing with the children and laughing with joy! /s/Donna Schmittou
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tion, visit www.HelpTheHorsePark.org. Family fun activities from 10am-3pm; pony rides, petting corral, frontier games, horsemanship demonstrations, Heritage Park activities and museum, food, pumpkin patch, crafts, and much more! Special demonstrators will be Jeffrey Hedgecock who will demonstrate jousting and skill-atarms activities. Visit (http://www.knightschool.us/KnightSchoo l.co/KnightSchool_-_Home.html). Jody Childs (Quick Trick Training for horses) will demonstrate both advanced and beginner level tricks you can teach your horse to delight your own crowd. Horses can learn to pick up your hat, sign an autograph, answer questions and lay down on command. (For more information visit http://jodychilds.com/index.html). Poway Valley Vaulters will be demonstrating their athletic and graceful acrobatics on the backs of moving horses (http://www.powayvalleyvaulters.com/). There will also be a horse cart driving demo, mini horses on parade, barrel racing, TERI Therapeutic Riding, and the Valley Center Vaqueros and Friends. The Horse Heritage Festival promotes the rich cultural history of San Marcos and the importance of preserving a rural and equestrian presence within the community. For questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 760.744.9128.
Escondido Senior Travelers – Two new trips need a response as soon as possible because there are limits on time to order tickets or number of cabins; they are the Pageant of Our Lord, a living arts pageant on Sunday, April 2, 2017; a celebration of the promise and life of Jesus Christ portrayed in living reproductions of great works of art! Music sung by a 60 voice choir and accompanied by a full orchestra. Lunch will be at the Hometown Buffet before the pageant. $74/person; departs at 10am; returns approximately 7pm. The other is a Pacific Coastal Cruise in October 2017. There are a limited number of cabins: 3 inside, 6 outside, and 2 verandas. $250/deposit per person to hold your reservation (you can get a 100% refund up until June 25th, 2017. Early registering ensures a great cabin. Info/reservations, call the Travel Office at 760.745.5414.
Carlsbad Chamber October Events – Scare Away Hunger Peanut Butter Food Drive. Make a difference in the lives of young children; drop off donations of peanut butter at the Carlsbad Chamber, any First Citizens Bank, or the North County Food Bank’s warehouse through October. Wednesday, October 12, Sundowner, 5-7pm, at Omni La Costa Resort & Spa. Friday, October 21, 11:15am-1:30pm, LunchBytes Microsoft Excel Advanced, at the Chamber office. Friday, October 28, from 8am12noon, Rule 13 Leadership Workshop, at the Chamber office. Presented by David Berry, founder of coaching and consulting firm, Rule 13 Learning. The Chamber is located at 5934 Priestly Drive, Carlsbad.
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Vista • Mayor Judy Ritter
Don’t Wait, Check the Date
This year’s Fire Prevention Week is October 9-15. The campaign, “Don’t Wait – Check the Date! Replace Smoke Alarms Every 10 Years,” represents the final year of a three-year effort to educate the public about basic but essential elements of smoke alarm safety. Many residents don’t know how old their smoke alarms are, or how often they need to be replaced. As a result of those and related findings, our Vista Fire Prevention is focusing on three key messages: • Smoke alarms should be replaced every 10 years.
• Make sure you know how old all the smoke alarms are in your home. • To find out how old a smoke alarm is, look at the date of manufacture on the back of the alarm; the alarm should be replaced 10 years from that date. Do you still have questions about smoke alarms or other fire preventive tips? Call the Vista Fire Department at 760.643.2801 or go online to CityofVista.com.
Oceanside • Mayor Jim Wood
Oceanside Senior Expo On Thursday, banner to be displayed during the October 13th, Expo, a 10’ x 10’ premium booth K a i s e r space to display your business, P e r m a n e n t e listing as a sponsor on the website presents the www.oceansideseniorexpo.com, and Oceanside Senior Expo – Active a sidebar ad on the webpage. $2,000 Lifestyles event from 9:00 am to 1:00 includes all previously mentioned pm at the Civic Center Plaza, 300 items plus your company listed along North Coast Highway, next to the with the Chamber as a presenter of Library. This popular event will the Expo, your logo on the Chamber feature over 60 health-related website registration page for the businesses, non-profits and senior event and a leaderboard ad on the organizations highlighting products Senior Expo page. Free parking is and services available to our senior available in the garage located at community. Exhibitors will have an Civic Center Drive and Ditmar opportunity to offer a variety of free streets. screenings and demonstrations for the public. Sponsorship For more information about this opportunities are available for this event or sponsorship opportunities, expo and are as follows: $1,000 please contact Scott Ashton at 760includes your logo on an event 722-1534. FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2016-023790
The name of the business: Computer Technical Service, located at 1717 Michael Gln, Escondido, Ca. 92026 This business is registered by: Derek and Royce Rheinhart 1717 Michael Gln Escondido, Ca. 92026 This business is conducted by co-partners. First day of business was 01/01/2016. /s/Derek Rheinhart This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 9/08/2016 9/15, 9/22, 9/29 and 10/06/2016 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2016-022840
The name of the business: 1 Aim Assistive Technology, located at 2416 Primrose Ave., Vista, Ca. 92083. This business is registered by: Donald Lang 2416 Primrose Ave. Vista, Ca. 92083 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was n/a. /s/Donald Lang This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 8/29/2016 9/15, 9/22, 9/29 and 10/06/2016
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The name of the business: San Marcos Grocery Outlet, located at 125 S. Rancho Santa Fe Rd., San Marcos, Ca. 92078. This business is registered by: DWHarvey, Inc. 125 S. Rancho Santa Fe Rd. San Marcos, Ca. 92078 This business is conducted by a corporation. First day of business was n/a. /s/Douglas Harvey, President This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 8/19/2016 9/15, 9/22, 9/29 and 10/06/2016 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2016-023498
The name of the business: LM Web Design & Services, located at 5078 Palmera Drive, Oceanside, Ca. 92056. This business is registered by: Leeland Miller 5078 Palmera Drive Oceanside, CA. 92056 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was n/a. /s/Leeland Miller This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 9/06/2016 9/15, 9/22, 9/29 and 10/06/2016
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Apple. So why haven’t you heard about them and why aren’t these “Chrome PCs” the biggest news in the computer industry? Because nobody in the PC industry except Google wants you to know about them.
Paul & Nome Van Middlesworth, The Computer Factory
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“The revolution that no one will talk about.”
Would you believe that you can buy a brand new computer that can do anything you need, is 100% virus-proof, has no moving parts to go bad, never suffers from corruption of the OS (operating system), never requires servicing, out-performs Apple and Windows PCs and sells at a fraction of the price. It comes with 11-to 15 inch screens, weighs two or three pounds and can be a notebook PC or attach a mouse, keyboard and monitor, close the lid, and voila, it’s a desktop. They are rugged, of good quality and start at under $200. They’re called “Chromebooks” and “Chrome boxes.”
Sounds like a fantasy, but it’s true. These products are marketed by Acer, Asus, Dell, HP, Lenovo and just about everybody except
Ray Edwin Breiholz, 85 ESCONDIDO -- Ray Edwin Breiholz, 85, passed away on September 25, 2016 at his home following a brief illness. He was born on January 2, 1931 in Rinard, Iowa to Mildred and Andy Breiholz. Ray moved to California in 1946 and graduated from Huntington Beach High School in 1949. He enlisted in the Coast Guard in 1950. Ray was a production supervisor at Quotron systems and retired in 1986. Ray was a member of the Escondido Elk #1687 for 49 years, a member of the Escondido Moose #1874 for 19 years, and a member of the American Legion VFW for 27 years. He is survived by his wife of 51 years, Donna; his son, Mike; and his brother, Allan. He was predeceased by his parents, Mildred and Andy Breiholz; and his son, Raymon. A Memorial will be held on Saturday, October 15, 2016, from 1:00 – 4:00 pm. at the Escondido Moose Lodge, 25721 Jesmond Dene Rd., Escondido, CA 92026. Alhiser-Comer Mortuary is handling the arrangements.
The manufacturers don’t like them because “Chrome PCs” are low cost, low margin products. Dell and HP would much rather have you buy an $800 Windows PC than a “Chrome PC” for $200. The Chrome PCs have had a devastating effect on Apple’s tablet and PC business virtually kicking them out of their historic stronghold in the K-12 education market and topping Apple in total PC unit sales volume in 2016. Of course Apple PCs are five to ten times the cost of comparable Chrome PCs so Apple will continue to thrive as long as the “Applehead cult” is willing to line up around the block to pay a thousand dollars for an Apple branded Etch-ASketch.
also see the “Chrome revolution” as inevitable and not necessarily good for us. We can build Windows desktops and customize Windows notebooks and we can repair and service both, but there is little opportunity for us to add value or service to low cost, mass merchandised, commodity products like Chrome based PCs.
We are still in the early days of the “Chrome revolution” and the Windows PCs are going to be around for a few more years but we’re moving ahead with the Chromebooks and Chrome boxes. We plan to be a part of this revolution by helping our business and home user learn how “Chrome PCs” fit their usage patterns and
by helping them in the transition from Windows to “cloud based” applications.
If you’re due for a new desktop or notebook PC you might want to consider a “Chrome PC.” The transitions may not be as difficult as you think and the payoff of surfing in a malware free environment can be inviting. Stop in and we’ll show you how they work. Next we’ll get into some detail on things like speed, storage, printing and other important aspects of “Chroming” Just call me “Chrome dome.”
Microsoft, with Windows running 90% of today’s PCs, is even more vulnerable to the “Chrome revolution.” Microsoft is doing everything it can to slow the coming stampede but PC manufacturers can see the “handwriting on the wall.” They may not like it but they certainly don’t want to be left behind. Google’s “Chrome” is leading the way in the cloud based applications revolution. Here at The Computer Factory we
Roma Rose Kehoe
08/19/1927 ~ 09/08/2016
ESCONDIDO / VALLEY CENTER Roma was born and grew up in Chicago. After high school Roma enrolled at Northwestern University. She envisioned a career in theater, so she got into summer stock, but soon realized that she did not fit in well with theater folk. She went to Washington, D. C. for a two-week vacation and stayed two years -- loved Washington, but returned to Chicago where she had a chance to do some theater work with children. In Chicago, she met and married her Navy pilot husband, Bob. They moved to Bermuda for three years, during which time they had two daughters. After Bermuda, they moved to Washington and had a son and another daughter. In the course of Bob's 22 years in the Navy, they lived in Norfolk, Pensacola, Washington D.C., Puerto Rico, and San Diego. Bob was called to serve in
Vietnam in 1970. Bob took survival training at Camp Pendleton and left for Vietnam after settling his family in Rancho Bernardo. Roma became Administrator of the Bernardo Medical & Dental Center, which position she held for six years. After Bob and she retired, they moved to Valley Center to one of those houses on top of a mountain. They could see Catalina to the west, and Mt. Palomar to the east. They lived there for 20 years with intervals of travel to Europe and throughout the U.S., including Alaska. After Bob died, Roma was ready to leave their mountain. A friend told her about the house in Via Verde Estates with the great view, and she bought it. She remodeled and redecorated it and lived there happily for the rest of her life. She is survived by her four children, Nancy, David (Bettina), Roberta (Jim), and Mary Jo (Craig); four grandchildren, Matt, Alex, Ivy, and Jasper; and her dear friend, Cliff. Roma's love, strength, and generosity were appreciated by many, and she is dearly missed. In lieu of flowers, her family encourages a donation in her memory to water.org
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NOTICE OF PETITION TO ADMINISTER ESTATE OF THOMAS D. HENDERSON Case No. 37-2016-00030948-PRPWCTL To all heirs, beneficiaries, creditors, contingent creditors, and persons who may otherwise be interested in the will or estate or both, of THOMAS D. HENDERSON. A Petition for Probate has been filed by Linda A. Henderson in the Superior Court of California, County of San Diego, 1409 Fourth Ave., San Diego, Ca. 92101, Madge Bradley Building. The Petition for Probate requests that Linda A. Henderson be appointed as personal representative to administer the estate of the decedent. The petition requests the decedent’s will and codicils, if any, be admitted to probate. The will and any codicils are available for examination in the file kept by the court. The petition requests authority to administer the estate under the Independent Administration of Estates Act. (This authority will allow the personal repreesentative to take many actions without obtaining court approval. Before taking certain very important actions, however, the personal representattive will be required to give notice to interested persons unless they have waived notice or consented to the proposed actions.) The independent administration authority will be granted unless an interested person files an objection to the petition and shows good cause why the court should not grant the authority. A hearing on the petition will be held in this court as follows: Date: 11/10/2016 Time: 1:30 p.m. Dept: PC2 Address of court: Same as noted above. If you object to the granting of the petition, you should appear at the hearing and state your objections or file written objections with the court before the hearing. Your appearance may be in person or by your attorney. If you are a creditor or a contingent creditor of the decedent, you must file your claim with the court and mail a copy to the personal representative appointed by the court within the later of either (1) four months from the date of first issuance of letters to a general personal representative, as defined in Section 58(b) of the California Probate Code, or (2) 60 days from the date of mailing or personal delivery to you of a notice under section 9052 of the California Probate Code. Other California statutes and legal authority may affect your rights as a creditor. You may want to consult with an attorney knowledgeable in California law. You may examine the file kept by the court. If you are a person interested in the estate, you may file with the court a Request for Special Notice (form DE154) of the filing of an inventory and appraisal of estate assets or of any petition or account as provided in Probate Code section 1250. A Request for Special Notice form is available from the court clerk. Attorney for petitioner: K. Brooke Jensen, Esq. 3636 Nobel Drive, Suite 450 San Diego, CA. 92122 858.200.1925 9/22, 9/29, 10/06/2016
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ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME 37-2016-00033485-CU-PT-NC TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: Petitioner Abdolrahim Badavi-Banitorof filed a petition with this court for a decree changing names as follows: Present name: Abdolrahim Badavi-Banitorof to Proposed name Abdolrahim Saedi Nia. 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: November 22, 2016, 8:30a.m., Department 26. The address of the court is: 325 S. Melrose, Vista, CA. 92081. A copy of the Order to Show Cause shall be published at least once each week for four successive weeks prior to the date set for hearing on the petition in the following newspaper of general circulation, printed in this county: San Marcos News Reporter, dba, The Paper, 845 W. San Marcos Blvd, San Marcos, Ca. 92078. Dated 9/26/2016. /s/William S. Dato, Judge of the Superior Court 9/29, 10/06, 10/13 & 10/20/2016 ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME 37-2016-00033667-CU-PT-NC TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: Petitioner Irene Elisabeth Wilhelmina Cross filed a petition with this court for a decree changing names as follows: Present name: Irene Elisabeth Wilhelmina Cross to Proposed name Elane Ewillabeth Lazet 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: November 22, 2016, 8:30a.m., Department 26. The address of the court is: 325 S. Melrose, Vista, CA. 92081. A copy of the Order to Show Cause shall be published at least once each week for four successive weeks prior to the date set for hearing on the petition in the following newspaper of general circulation, printed in this county: San Marcos News Reporter, dba, The Paper, 845 W. San Marcos Blvd, San Marcos, Ca. 92078. Dated 9/27/2016. /s/William S. Dato, Judge of the Superior Court 9/29, 10/06, 10/13 & 10/20/2016
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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2016-025871 The name of the business: Oceanside Marble, locatede at 1845 Commercial St., Escondido, Ca. 92029. This business is registered by: Zlatko Devcic 1895 Commercial St. Escondido, Ca. 92029 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was 10/04/16. /s/Zlatko Devcic This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on10/04/2016 10/06, 10/13, 10/20 & 10/27/2016
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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2016-023050 The name of the business: Light in a Bottle, 1745 S. Hannalei Drive, Vista, Ca. 92083. This business is registered by: Alan R. and Vicki Parzyk 1745 S. Hannalei Drive Vista, Ca. 92083 The business is conducted by a Married Couple. First day of business was n/a. /s/Alan R. Parzyk This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 8/30/2016 9/15, 9/22, 9/29 & 10/06/2016
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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2016-024205 The name of the business: G & S Services, located at 143 Bronze Way, Vista, Ca. 92083. This business is registered by: Maria Garcia 143 Bronze Way Vista, Ca. 92083 Claudine Salazar 33436 Wallace Way Yucaipa, Ca. 92399 This business is conducted by a General Partnership. First day of business was 9/8/16. /s/Maria Garcia This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 9/13/ 2016 9/22, 9/29, 10/06 & 10/13/2016
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2016-024639 The name of the business: Alejandros Taco Shop Mexican Food, located at 197 Woodland Pkwy, #103, San Marcos, Ca. 92069. This business is registered by: Alejandro Silva 155 Las Flores #7 San Marcos, Ca. 92069 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was 9/1916. /s/Alejandro Silva This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 9/19/ 2016 9/29, 10/06, 10/13 & 10/20/2016
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2016-024638 The name of the business: Alejandros Taco Shop Mexican Food, located at 1072 E. Vista Way, Vista, Ca. 92084 This business is registered by: Alejandro Silva 155 Las Flores #7 San Marcos, Ca. 92069 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was 9/1916. /s/Alejandro Silva This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 9/19/ 2016 9/29, 10/06, 10/13 & 10/20/2016 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2016-024796 The name of the business: Laboo, located at 1245 Palomar Pl., #17, Vista, Ca. 92084. This business is registered by: Tammy and Volodymyr Dolzhenko 1245 Palomar Pl., Apt 17 Vista, Ca. 92084 This business is conducted by a Married Couple. First day of business was n/a. /s/Tammy Dolzhenko This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 9/20/ 2016 9/29, 10/06, 10/13 & 10/20/2016 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2016-022106 The name of the business: Alchemy Academics, Mustache Math, located at 2830 Brandeis Drive, Oceanside, Ca. 92056 This business is registered by: William Cornish 2830 Brandeis Drive Oceanside, Ca. 92056 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was 8/22/16. /s/William Cornish This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 8/22/ 2016 9/22, 9/29, 10/06 and 20/13/2016
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2016-021932 The name of the business: FTS Tile & Stone, located at 775 N. Alda Dr., San Marcos, CA. 92069. This business is registered by: Fabian Garcia 775 N. Alda Dr. San Marcos, Ca. 92069 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was 12/14/11. /s/Fabian Garcia This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 8/18/ 2016\ 9/15, 9/22, 9/29 & 10/06/2016
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2016-024817 The name of the business: Two Brothers, located at 619 Goldenrod St., Escondido, Ca. 92027. This business is registered by: Olaf Vargas, 619 Goldenrod St. Escondido, Ca. 92027 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was 12/09/2004. /s/Olaf Vargas This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 9/21/2016 9/29, 10/06, 10/13 and 10/202016 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2016-023536 The name of the business: Arthur Murray Dance Studio, located at 2216 S. El Camino Real, Oceanside, Ca. 92054. This business is registered by: Chante D. S. Inc., 530 K St., #1115 San Diego, Ca. 92101 This business is conducted by a corporation. First day of business was 1/01/2008. /s/Unique Platt, President This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 9/06/2016 9/29, 10/06 , 10/13 & 10/20 /2016
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2016-022479 The name of the business: Johnny’s Barbershop, located at 2055 Montiel Rd., #109, San Marcos, Ca. 92069 This business is registered by: Jonathan Villalobos 715 Mission Grove Pl, #101 Escondido, Ca. 92025 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was 8/25/16. /s/Jonathan Villalobos This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 8/25/2016 9/22, 9/29, 10/06 and 10/13/2016.
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2016-022996 The name of the business: Paving Pattern Foundations, located at 1466 Bonair Rd. #62, Vista, Ca. 92084. This business is registered by: Merleen L Contreras and Juan Gonzalez Aguilar 1466 Bonair Rd. #62 Vista, CA. 92084 This business is conducted by a General Partnership. First day of business was n/a. /s/Merleen L. Contreras This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 8/30/2016 9/29, 10/06, 10/13 and 10/20/2016.
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2016-024956 The name of the business: Taxes by Dia Huff, located at 361 E. Washington Ave, #14, Escondido, Ca. 92025. This business is registered by: Kevin and Dia Huff 361 E. Washington Ave #14 Escondido, Ca. 92025 This business is conducted by a Married Couple. First day of business was 9/22/16. /s/Dia Huff This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 9/22/2016 9/29, 10/06, 10/13 and 10/20/2016. FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2016-024958 The name of the business: K. & D. Huff and Stuff, located at 361 E. Washington Ave, #14, Escondido, Ca. 92025. This business is registered by: Kevin and Dia Huff 361 E. Washington Ave #14 Escondido, Ca. 92025 This business is conducted by a Married Couple. First day of business was 9/22/16. /s/Kevin Huff This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 9/22/2016 9/29, 10/06, 10/13 and 10/20/2016.
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2016-024892 The name of the business: T D M Trust, located at 1760 Grain Mill Rd., San Marcos, Ca. 92078. This business is registered by: Troy Meyer 1760 Grain Mill Rd. San Marcos, Ca. 92078 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was n/a. /s/Troy Meyer This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 9/21/2016 9/29, 10/06, 10/13 and 10/20/2016.
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2016-025143 The name of the business: Squared Wright Construction, located at 214 Woodland Pkwy, Apt 104, San Marcos, Ca. 92069. This business is registered by: Daniel Wright 214 Woodland Pkwy Apt 104 San Marcos, Ca. 92069 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was n/a. /s/Daniel Wright This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 9/26/2016 9/29, 10/06, 10/13 and 10/20/2016. FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2016-025035 The name of the business: Andaman Institute of Massage, located at 3108 San Luis Rey Rd., Oceanside, Ca. 92058. This business is registered by: Relax Zone Thai Massage & Spa, LLC 3108 San Luis Rey Rd. Oceanside, Ca. 92058 This business is conducted by a Limited Liability Company. First day of business was 5/11/15. /s/Suporn Billups, Member This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 9/23/2016 9/29, 10/06, 10/13 and 10/20/2016. FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2016-024973 The name of the business: American Home Lenders, located at 2880 Pio Pico Dr., Carlsbad, Ca. 92008. This business is registered by: Wesley Lovelace 2880 Pio Pico Dr. Carslbad, Ca. 92008 The business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was n/a. /s/Wesley Lovelace This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 9/22/2016 9/15, 9/22, 9/29 & 10/06/2016
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2016-023795 The name of the business: S. Santa Fe Rental, located at 1538 S. Santa Fe Ave, Vista, Ca. 92084 This business is registered by: Barbara A. Matney & Josephine Ellen Turley 2241 Wormlands Avenue Vista, Ca. 92084 The business is conducted by Co-partners. First day of business was 8/1/16 /s/Josephine Ellen Turley This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 9/08/2016 9/22, 9/29 10/06 & 10/13/2016
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2016-022860 The name of the business: Twin Oaks Garden III, located at 1950 Edwin Lane, San Marcos, Ca. 92069. This business is registered by: Tanja Dragana Lukic 1952 Edwin Lane San Marcos, CA. 92069 The business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was n/a. /sTanja Dragana Likic This statement was filed filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 8/29/2016 9/22, 9/29, 10/06, & 10/13/2016
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2016-023074 The name of the business: Iconic Reflexion Hair Studio, located at 2055 Montiel Rd. #109, San Marcos, Ca.92069. This business is registered by: Alejandra Garcia 401 N. Pacific St. San Marcos, Ca. 92069 The business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was n/a. /s/Alejandra Garcia This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 8/31/2016 9/29, 10/06, 10/13 & 10/20/2016
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