October 17, 2019
Volume 49 - No. 42
by lyle e davis
Remember back in the days of pioneers, of trappers and hunters, and brave, hardy souls who chose to pioneer and headed out west to seek fame and fortune?
And remember when they ran low on supplies how they’d stop at the Trading Post to stock up on supplies, exchanging cash, or sometimes barter.
A similar phenomenon developed in the Indian Trading Posts. These were patronized by not only hunters, trappers and travelers but by Indians themselves. They’d bring in beaver pelts, venison, woven baskets, clay pottery, clothing, ornaments, and trade for what they needed. A colorful part of our American history.
But that history lives on today and you can see a beautiful example right here in North County. The Indian Store, located at 950 Hacienda Drive, in Vista, is the modern day version of the old Indian Trading Post. I can remember its origins. It was a small Indian memorabilia shop in the old Escondido Village Mall, owned and operated by Leo Calac and called The Indian Shop. When Mr. Calac decided to close up shop, Larry Benson came along and bought the existing inventory and proceeded to grow the business.
Larry was a visionary and decid ed to really expand this store. He moved to a larger location on Valley Parkway - was there for about five years; later, he moved to El Norte Parkway and was in that location for six to seven years. Finally, he found the perfect location in Vista and has a building with about 13,000 sq. feet, about 8,000 sq. feet are on the first floor which serves as the showroom. And what a showroom!
Today, you’ll find all kinds of unique Indian arts and crafts inside throughout the store. Larry, with the enthusiastic support of his wife, Kim, has acquired merchandise from most all the Indian nations: Sioux, Apache, Navajo, The Paper - 760.747.7119
Kumeyaay, Pima, Comanche, Zuni, Kiowa, Hopi, you name the Indian nation and chances are you’ll find memorabilia from that nation within the store. Some of the memorabilia falls into the collectible category.
Always wanted a comfortable pair of mocassins? Real Indian mocassins? The Indian Store has ‘em. Always wanted a bona fide Indian war bonnet? The
Indian Store has them. (Just the thing to wear during the next Easter Parade).
Someone had to pull it all together, price it, display it, sell it.
All of this memorabilia and merchandise didn’t just happen.
Three or four times a year he’ll drive his truck to places like Arizona, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Wyoming . . wherever there is Native American art work, pottery, clothing, that will fit in his shop.
Bows, arrows, tomahawks, hand crafted silver jewelry, turquoise, authentiic Indian clothing, artifacts from hundreds of years ago, you’ve got it all at The Indian Store.
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That person is Larry Benson.
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“When my truck is full and I’m out of money, I come back home,” he says. He’s usually gone four to five days.
Kim, his wife, used to go with him. She’s content to stay home these days and let Larry do all the exploring and buying.
Larry grew up with Native Americans, has a close bond with them, and them with him. Even in the Marines he and his pals stayed together. His contacts throughout North American Indian Nations is legendary. The Indian Nations and its leaders know and trust Larry. He’s made a good living out of it but he’s earned it. He usually works seven days a week, from sunup to sundown.
You know schoolkids who want to learn more about the Indian Culture? Call Larry Benson. He’ll be happy to give tours to school children. No charge. He does it as a community service. “It’s worth the time and effort to see their eyes light up when they see the Indian clothing and artifacts and learn about the culture,” he says. “We’re glad to do it.” Sounds to me like a great idea for a valuable learning experi-
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ence via a field trip to The Indian Store. Call Larry at 760.639.5309. He’ll work out the details. How did Indian Trading Posts evolve?
Glad you asked.
Pull up a chair and let’s take a look at the history and see how we arrived at where we are today.
The concept actually started in Europe . . . and Asia. A trading post, trading station, or trading house was a place or establishment where the trading of goods took place; the term is generally used, in modern parlance, in reference to here in America. Routes between posts was known as a trade route.
Trading posts were also places for people to meet and exchange the news of the world or simply the news from their home area at a time when not even newspapers existed.
They remind me of what is in the midwestern farm communities. Farmers from throughout the area would come to town, spend the day there, buying and selling, and meeting with their neighbors, getting caught up on the news of the day. Many a young farm boy and farm girl met at these “trips to town” usually on a Saturday. Many marriages emerged from Saturdays. That’s kinda what a trading
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post was and in some areas, still is. A meeting place to buy and sell and visit.
Numerous cities of importance once started their history as trading posts: Venice, New York City, Shanghai, Singapore, Hong Kong, Naples, Rotterdam, Kansas City, etc.
Trading posts were also very common in the early settlements of Canada and the United States for the trade of such things as fur.
The Hudson's Bay Company set up trading posts around Hudson Bay during the fur trade. Goods were traded for beaver pelts from the Native Americans as well as white hunters and trappers. In the United States in the early 19th century, trading posts used by Native Americans were licensed by the federal government and called "factories". Tribes were to concede substantial territory to the United States in order to access the "factories" as happened at Fort Clark in the Treaty of Fort Clark in which the Osage Nation conceded most of Missouri in order to access the trading post. A factory was an establishment for factors or merchants carrying on business. Factories eventually spread to other parts of the world, including here in America.
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My captors continue to taunt me with bizarre little dangling objects. They dine lavishly on fresh meat, while the other inmates and I are fed hash or some sort of dry nuggets. Although I make my contempt for the rations perfectly clear, I nevertheless must eat something in order to keep up my strength. The only thing that keeps me going is my dream of escape. In an attempt
In North America, this trading formula was adopted by Americans to exchange goods with local non-Western societies, especially in Native American territory. In that context, these establishments were often called trading posts. So now you know where the name came from . . . and the functions they then served and, often, still do. Looking back again, the great fur companies sent out expeditions up the valley of the Platte in the charge of their agents, to trap the beaver and other animals valuable for their beautiful skins. The hardships of these pioneers in the beginning of a trade which, in a short time assumed gigantic proportions, are a story of suffering and privation which has few parallels in the history of the development of our mid-continent region. Until the establishment of the several trading posts, the lives of these men were continuous struggles for existence, as no company could possibly transport provisions sufficient to last beyond the most remote settlements, and the men were compelled to depend entirely upon their rifles for a supply of food. When posts were located at convenient distances from each
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to disgust them, I once again vomit on the carpet.
Today I decapitated a mouse and dropped its headless body at their feet. I had hoped this would strike fear into their hearts, since it clearly demonstrates what I am capable of. However, they merely made condescending comments about what a 'good little hunter' I am. Bastards. There was some sort of assembly of their accomplices tonight. I was placed in solitary confinement for the duration of the event. However, I could hear the noises and smell the food. I overheard that my confinement was due to the power of 'allergies.' I must learn what this means and how to use it to my advantage. Today I was almost successful in an attempt to assassinate one of my tormentors by weaving around his feet as he was walking. I must try this again tomorrow -- but at the top of the stairs.
I am convinced that the other prisoners here are flunkies and snitches. The dog receives special privileges. He is regularly released - and seems to be more than willing to return. He is Chuckles Cont. on Page 14
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Matinee Movie at McClellan Center - The Gloria McClellan Center will screen a new movie release Friday, October 18th, at 1pm at 1400 Vale Terrace Drive, Vista. Please call 760.643.5282 for the movie title or log onto www.gmacvista.com. Free movie and refreshments. Closed captioning for the hearing impaired. The Center is a one-stop hub of services that range from lunch, travel/trips, transportation, exercise, classes, clubs and various other activities for Vista’s older adult community.
North County Widows/Widowers Club Events – An invitation is extended to you from the North County Widows and Widowers Club for these social events for fun, food and dancing: Sunday, October
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other in the desolate country where their vocation was carried on, the chances of the trapper for regular meals every day were materially enhanced.
The first trading-post was established at the mouth of Clear Creek, [Colorado] in 1832, by Louis Vasquez, and named Fort Vasquez, after its proprietor, but never grew into much importance and was soon abandoned.
Fort Laramie, Wyoming one of the most celebrated rendezvous of the trappers, was erected in 1834, by William Sublette and Robert Campbell of St. Louis, agents of the American Fur Company. It was to become known as Fort Laramie, located in the immediate region of the Ogallala and Brule bands of the great Sioux nation, and not very far from the Cheyenne and Arapaho.
In 1835 the fort was sold to Milton Sublette, Jim Bridger, and others of the American Fur Company, and remained a private establishment until 1849, the year of the discovery of gold in California, when the government bought and transformed it into a military post.
The original structure was built in the usual style of all Indian trading-stations of that day, of adobes, or sun-dried bricks. It
20th, Coastal Communities Concert Band Concert, Carlsbad Community Church, 3175 Harding Street, Carlsbad, Purchase Ticket at Box Office – Senior Price $15.00; Meet in lobby 1:30pm, concert at 2pm; contact 760-741-8004, Shirley. Tuesday, October 22nd 3pm Happy Hour, Hunter’s Steakhouse, 1221 Vista Way, Oceanside; contact 760-207-3387, Johny. Friday, October 25th Dinner Dance, Oceanside Elks (membership not required), 444 Country Club Lane, Oceanside, Prime Rib Dinner, $15.00, 5pm, Dancing 6:30pm; Reservations required: contact 760-438-5491, Dottie
Auditions for “Frozen, Jr.” in San Marcos and Vista – Ages 7 to 17 are encouraged to audition. Get your audition song ready; time is flying by. Auditions for San Marcos will be on Monday, October 28th, from 5pm to 8pm, at the Hearth Theater stage at the San Marcos Community Center, 3 Civic Center Drive, San Marcos. The Vista auditions will take place from 4pm to 7pm at the Broadway Theater in Vista at 340 E. Broadway. Visit the AUDITIONS PAGE on the website at www.broadwayvista.biz for more information about the auditions and about the show “Frozen, Jr.” The Community Impact Awards Event is October 24th – Please join us for a celebration! On Thursday, October 24th, the
was enclosed by walls twenty feet high and four feet thick, encompassing an area two hundred and fifty feet long by two hundred wide. At the diagonal northwest and southwest corners, adobe bastions were erected, commanding every approach to the place. The number of buildings was twelve in all: there were five sleeping-rooms, kitchen, warehouse, icehouse, meat-house, blacksmith shop, and carpenter shop. The enclosed corral had a capacity for two hundred animals. About thirty men were usually employed at Fort Laramie when the trade was at its height, as that station monopolized nearly the entire Indian trade of the whole region. There the famous frontiersmen, Kit Carson, Jim Bridger, Jim Baker, Jim Beckwourth, and others, who in those remote times constituted the pioneers of the primitive civilization of the country, made their headquarters.
At one time Fort Laramie swarmed with women and children. All lived almost exclusively on buffalo meat dried in the sun, and their hunters had to go sometimes fifty miles to find a herd of buffalo. After a while there were a few domestic cattle introduced, and the conditions changed somewhat. In 1826 Jim Bridger joined General Ashley’s trapping expe-
Community Impact Awards annual event will be held to honor organizations and individuals from the local community, who work in partnership with North County Lifeline, to make extraordinary contributions to improve the lives of the youth and families we serve. Registration and Mocktail Hour will be from 4pm to 5pm, the Program and Awards from 5pm to 6:30pm, and the Dessert Reception from 6:30pm to 7pm. RSVP today. For more information, visit www.nclifeline.org, or to RSVP contact email@example.com. Support a Senior and Scare Away Hunger with Meals on Wheels San Diego County – October is Scare Away Hunger month and Meals on Wheels San Diego County (MOWSDC) is asking for the public’s help so that no senior will go hungry. MOWSDC delivers over 430,000 meals per year to nearly 3,200 homebound seniors, many of whom are not able to afford this valuable service. For the 49% who live alone, this is often the only outside interaction they will receive each day. People can help support a senior with lunch and dinner for only $7 per day or $217 for the month to truly Scare Away Hunger this October. For more information and to support the Scare Away Hunger campaign please visit www.meals-onwheels.org or call (619) 278-4041. Learn more at www.meals-on-wheels.org or call 800.5.SENIOR.
dition, and eleven years afterward, in 1837, built Fort Bridger, for a long time one of the most famous of the trading posts. The fort was inhabited by about fifty whites, Indians, and half-breeds.
Fort Platte, another tradingpost belonging to the American Fur Company, was situated about three-fourths of a mile above the mouth of the Laramie River, on the left bank of the North Platte. Annually, gatherings of the Indian trappers would take place at this fort wild, drunken parties would ensue . . . and, in time, the Indians who patronized the fort demanded their share of alcohol (which was selling for $4 a pint). Soon, the entire fort was a drunken party, sometimes for several days.
It came to pass that an Indian Chief, riding at great speed, and in a quite intoxicated condition, lost control of his horse, fell and was killed by his neck being broken. The Indians blamed the American Fur Company as they had furnished the liquor to their Chief.
To make peace, officials with the company ordered a scaffold be built and the Chief be buried in full Indian tradition and with all the honors earned. The account of it follows, as originally written:
Enjoy an evening of visual art on Saturday, November 23, from 6:00-9:00 p.m., as Encinitas civic and local art galleries swing open their doors at Art Night Encinitas. The event celebrates the city’s diverse visual art scene at participating locations and is free to the public. Enjoy live music and refreshments at several locations.
The bi-monthly art open house benefits artists through the sale of their art and provides the public an opportunity to interact with artists and learn about the creative process.
Adult Student Art Show on November 9th at EAA - The Escondido Art Association will host its annual Adult Student Art Show during the month of November at the Artists Gallery on 121 W. Grand Avenue, Escondido. This show is being sponsored through a grant from the Escondido Rotary Club and provides opportunities for adult students in North County San Diego to show their artwork and participate in the monthly competition on equal terms with members of the EAA. A call to artists is being extended to sister organizations and art classes in the North County area. Drop-off of artwork is Saturday, November 2, 11:00am–4:00pm, or Monday, November 4, 4:006:00pm. Art pick-up is Saturday,
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Arriving at the scaffold, the corpse was carefully reposed upon it facing the east, while beneath its head was placed a small sack of meat, tobacco, and vermilion, with a comb, lookingglass, and knife, and at its feet a small banner that had been carried in the procession. A covering of scarlet cloth was then spread over it, and the body firmly lashed to its place by long strips of rawhide. This done, the horse of the chieftain was produced as a sacrifice for the benefit of his master in his long journey to the celestial hunting-grounds. Encircling it at a respectful distance, were seated the old men, next the young men and the warriors, and next the women and children. Etespa-huska (The Long Bow), eldest son of the deceased, thereupon commenced speaking, while the weeping throng ceased its tumult to listen to his words. Long, flowery speech about the departed Chief commenced . . . when completed the crowd of Indian mourners began to wail. When the wailing ceased they all returned to their respective lodges.
The liquor sold, or traded, to the Indians was cheap liquor generally third or fourth proof whiskey, which, after being diluted by a mixture of three parts water, was sold to the Indians at the exorbitant rate of
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The Paper • Page 4 • October 17, 2019 Operation Well Spender
In August, Home Depot investigators contacted the Escondido Police Department regarding ongoing criminal activity. Home Depot investigators believed they had located property stolen from their business and was being sold online. On August 22, EPD initiated a stolen property investigation at 740 Metcalf #16, in Escondido. The suspect, Irwin Alvarez Sia (41 years old) of Escondido, was operating out of this business location. Sia was buying and selling stolen property on social media sites. Stolen items from Home Depot, Lowe’s, and private citizens were identified on the social media sites. EPD detectives conducted surveillance and extensive follow-up to identify the suspect and obtain more information in order to obtain a search warrant. On October 4, 2019, search warrants were served at 740 Metcalf #16 and in the 2100 block of Domingo Glen, both in Escondido. Thousands of dollars of stolen property were recovered during the execution of the search warrants including a stolen vehicle and numerous items stolen from Home Depot and Lowe’s. Sia was booked at the Vista Detention Facility for possession of stolen property and possession of a stolen vehicle.
The successful resolution of this investigation was the result of the partnership between the Escondido Police Dept. Home Depot, Lowe’s, and OfferUp.
Please follow the police department via Facebook at www.facebook.com/EscondidoPoli ce and Twitter and Instagram (@EscondidoPolice). Text EscondidoPD to 888777 for community alerts from Nixle
To report any suspicious activities in your neighborhood, you may contact the Police Department directly, or you may make an unidentified call on our “Anonymous Tip Line” at (760) 743-TIPS (8477) or via our Web site at police.escondido.org. Escondido City Council Says “No” to Downtown Apartment Complex
In what to many political observers was a surprise vote the Escondido City Council voted down a controversial, six-story apartment complex proposed for the downtown area. Until the council vote the project seemed to be on a fast track to approval.
The project would have had 131 apartments in a 67-foot ball building on West Valley Parkway What appears to have killed the project was wide spread opposition to its location, a large city-owned parking lot across from City Hall and
genealogy. Not before, however, learning of a fascinating character in my ancestral past. My great-great uncle, Pasquale Davis, was hanged for horse stealing and train robbery in Minnesota in 1889.
The only known photograph of Pasquale shows him standing on the gallows in Minnesota territory:
adjacent to the pedestrian space, Maple Street Plaza.
The Aspire project, by the development firm Touchstone Communities, would have consisted of 131 apartments in a 67-foottall building on West Valley Parkway. It would have been constructed on what is now a city parking lot.
Opponents objected to the net loss in parking, and said the structure’s height and modern architectural style were a poor fit for the historic downtown neighborhood. “I think it’s a great building, and I’d love to see it somewhere in Escondido but I don’t think it’s the right building in that space,” Mayor Paul McNamara said. In a 3-2 vote, Mayor McNamara and Councilwomen Olga Diaz and Consuelo Martinez opposed the project, voicing concerns about the location and scale of the project, parking considerations and the sale of city property. Councilmen John Masson and Michael Morasco supported it, saying it epitomizes “Smart Growth,” and would enliven downtown Escondido, while meeting regional housing needs.
Business owners said the lack of parking would discourage customers, and said they feared that apartment tenants would use the 76 spaces earmarked for public parking. Prison 1885, escaped 1887, robbed the Minnesota Flyer six times. Caught by Pinkerton detectives, convicted and hanged in 1889.'
So putting my extensive training in journalism to work . . . I tidied up the history a little bit.
"Pasquale Davis was a famous cowboy in the Minnesota Territory His business empire grew to
Man About Town
Happy Anniversary! Editor of The Paper.
Read your 20th Anniversary issue and was very impressed at all the accomplishments of The Paper! Especially in helping young people from the clutches of gang-related activities and wrongful influences. I'm not aware of any other print media that can boast of the wonderful things which your weekly publication has brought about. Also having four pastors and various city mayors addressing their constituencies every week is also unmatched.
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eral years of his life to government service, finally taking leave to resume his dealings with the railroad. In 1887, he was a key player in a vital investigation run by the renowned Pinkerton Detective Agency. In 1889, Pasquale Davis passed away during an important civic function held in his honor when the platform upon which he was standing collapsed." •••• There’s a guy named Dick Zuda that has an interesting business opportunity. It’s called Alpine Water and it deals in alkaline rather than acidic water.
More and more these days people are getting back to nature, getting back to natural waters and food; Alpine Water says that alkaline water is better for your body than ingesting acidic water.
History . . . As She is Writ
History is always so interesting.
It just all depends on how you look at some things..
It appears to be a fairly simple procedure. They provide you with a machine that you hook up to your water faucet . . . the water runs through a special filter that has platinum plates and the previously acidic water is not delivered as alkaline water. Where you can often taste the chlorine in regular tap water Dick says the alkaline water does not deliver that taste.
In the late 1980's I got involved in genealogy. As a result, I wound up writing four separate books on four separate branches of my family. The one book I have not been able to complete is that of the Davis family. The others, all Scandinavians, went back as far as 1526. I have since visited both Denmark and Norway and, in Norway, met my contemporary cousins.
I ran into one roadblock in the Davis history that I could not get past; finally, I threw up my hands in frustration and tossed in the towel. I gave up further studies of
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On the back of the picture I obtained during my research is this inscription: 'Pasquale Davis, horse thief, sent to Minnesota Territorial
include acquisition of valuable equestrian assets and intimate dealings with the Minnesota railroad. Beginning in 1883, he devoted sev-
It’s just Dick and his wife who are running the company and they are
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three cups for a single buffalorobe, each cup holding about three gills. (A gill is equal to about four fluid ounces). The products involved varied by region and era. In most of Canada the term is synonymous with the fur trade, since fur for making beaver hats was by far the most valuable product of the trade, from the European point of view. Demand for other products resulted in trade in those
items: Europeans asked for deerskin in the Southeast coast of the United States, and for buffalo skins and meat, and pemmican on the Great Plains. In turn, Native American demand influenced the trade goods brought by Europeans.
The concept continued to grow to the point we see today. Many times you find not only Native Americans patronizing
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I've been a fan of The Paper for about a year now and feel edified, inspired, and a better-informed individual. How many other publications can claim such priceless attributes for the advancement of our San Diego County citizens?
Our favorite writer is without question, Friedrich Gomez. A mutual friend of ours by the name of Katherine Bates used to work with him at the San Marcos Walmart and claims that he was one of the very few individuals to be placed on Walmart's worldwide website by Walmart's Corporate Offices in Bentonville, Arkansas for his various outside interests and endeavors. By the way, he was a volunteer in feeding the homeless, among other things, through Calvary Christian Church for a few years and also spent personal time in helping needy families around Escondido. You mentioned that he is like a son to both you and your co-publisher Evelyn Madison and I can clearly see why.
We also enjoy your writer Pete Peterson and regard him as a true military hero for his past services for our country. Your weekly Paper has done much in helping our community, and my family, friends, and relatives all want to wish you a Happy 20th Anniversary!
the trading posts but many others of multi-ethnicities.
It seems that everyone wants to know, understand, and learn about the culture of the First Americans. The colorful pottery, baskets,
He is justifiably proud of the store, its wares, and its staff. Wanna go?
Head for The Indian Store, 1950 Hacienda Drive, Vista. Call for details: 760.639.5309.
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blankets, clothing, and other items of the culture have crossed ethnic lines and you’ll often find beautiful, and sometimes expensive, Indian artifacts in the most sumptious of homes. You have trading posts throughout the United States and its western states are particularly notable.
I would wager, however, that few Trading Posts are as large, as well stocked, and beautifully displayed as The Indian Store. It’s worth a drive to visit them. If you’re lucky, you’ll find Larry Benson and he’ll give you a tour of the store.
From the Thomas, Lorraine, Joel, Sandra, and Isabelle Timmerman family of Oceanside, California. Anniversary Salute
Goodness gracious, 20 years for The Paper! Congratulations to a weekly newspaper which we have all fallen madly in love with. And best wishes to your lovely wife Evelyn Madison our dear, dear Social Butterfly who helps you manage and run your newspaper enterprise. Editor’s Note: While I would be proud to claim Evelyn as my wife it just ain’t so.
As they say, there is a woman behind every successful man! And bless you Mr. Lyle E. Davis for your past efforts for the humane treatment of dogs, especially against those dreadful puppy mills and pet stores which cruelly exploit these precious animals which bring us so much joy into our lives! Mr. Davis, are you aware that Chris Lemmon, the son of famous actor Jack Lemmon, visits the Hotel Del Coronado on special events? As you know, his father Jack Lemmon starred in the film "Some Like It Hot" with Tony Curtis and Marilyn Monroe. Anyway, Chris Lemmon bears a remarkable resemblance to his celebrated father Jack Lemmon. Not long ago Chris Lemmon was part of film historian Leonard Maltin's Celebrity Tribute at the Crown Room of the Hotel Del Coronado where he introduced
"Some Like It Hot" which was the festival's closing night movie on Del Beach. Your wonderful writer Fredrick Gomez wrote a most masterful and beautiful cover story on "Some Like It Hot" and my intentions are to send Chris Lemmon a copy! I've read many stories of Some Like It Hot but never have I read anything as intriguing as Mr. Gomez's version! I'm sure Chris Lemmon will treasure the copy! Mr. Davis, I have a few questions for you if you'll indulge me. Are you originally from California? Editor’s Note: No. Born in Minnesota, grew up in Omaha, Nebraska, moved to California in 1968. My friends are divided on opinions. Some say you're California while others say York, and others maintain roots are in the mid-west, etc. (See above).
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Also, what made you embark on running your own newspaper business? Was your father in the newspaper business? Editor’s Note: I ansswered these questions in the Anniversary issue.
And how many dogs do you personally own? Editor’s Note: Cindy, a Chug (Chihuahua/Pug mix and Trixie, which I call her, Amber, (A Chihuahua/Terrier mix) which is what Evelyn calls her, own us. Evelyn has custody and is in charge
of feeding them, walking them, and babying them My job is just to love them.. As you can tell, we are all dog lovers! We are such an inquisitive lot.
/s/ Arlene Anne Tibbets from Escondido.
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looking for others who want to go into the business. Dick is a retired TWA airline pilot; he flew the big birds for 28 years prior to that he earned his wings as a Navy pilot at Pensacola, Florida.
Dick and his wife swear by alkaline water; he says his liver function has improved dramatically. They take the alkaline water for health reasons as well as a contribution to the environment.
The machines themselves come with a warranty. You can learn more about the product and the opportunity by coing to the website: http://www.alkalinewater4business.com/ You can also find his ad on page 13 of this issue.
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November 30, 11:00am-4:00pm.
For more information, visit the Artists Gallery at 121 W. Grand Ave., Escondido, 92025; phone: 760.489.0338, or visit the EAA website at www.escondidoartassociation.com
Republican Women to Hold Veterans Recognition and Honoring Dinner – The Republican Women of California – San Marcos – cordially invite you to their Veterans Recognition and Honoring Dinner on Monday, November 4th. Our honored guest speaker, Juan M. Hidalgo, Jr., Sergeant Major United States Marine Corps (Retired). Sergeant Major Hidalgo has an extremely extensive military resume beginning with his enlistment in the Marine Corps in 1984. Sergeant Major and his wife, Fran, reside in the heart of San Diego and have three young adult children, Juan 3rd, Gabriel, and Alyssa Hidalgo. Please join us for this dinner on Monday, November 4th, at the St. Mark Golf Club, 1750 San Pablo Drive, Lake San Marcos 92078. Make reservations with payment of $30/person by October 31st to Susie Glass, San Marcos 92078. For information, email Susie at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 760.744.0953. Make checks payable to RWC-SM. DAR Presents Care Baskets to Veterans Village -
Pictured Wanda Prosser, Gretchen Kelly, Rachel Jorgenson, Darcy Pavich, Tracy Crayton, Jennifer Smith
Members of District XIV, Daughters of the American Revolution, as part of the DAR Day of Service, filled thirty baskets with either kitchen items or cleaning items, for veterans transitioning from a program at Veterans Village of San Diego (VVSD) to their own living facility. These baskets were delivered to VVSD by District Director, Rachel Jorgenson, District Secretary, Jennifer Smith, De Anza Chapter Regent, Gretchen Kelly, and representing Santa Margarita Chapter 2nd Vice Regent, Wanda Prosser. Accepting the baskets were VVSD Chaplain, and Director of Stand Down, Darcy Pavich, and Director of Veterans Housing Solutions, Tracy Crayton. Serving over 2000 veterans in San Diego
County annually VVSD is a nationally recognized group helping veterans to overcome homelessness and related challenges. Stand Down, held over two or three days in the spring for homeless veterans and their families, provides respite from living on the streets. Volunteers greet them with a handshake, breakfast, coffee, and steer them toward a clothing tent where they receive showers, clothing, and access to barbers, medical, dental, optical and legal services. Their animals and possessions are safely stored as volunteers lead the men, women and children to bunkers for their stay.
“Life” Lecture Series Continues Weekly - Free double “Life” Lecture Series continues on October 18th at 1pm, at Mira Costa College, 1 Barnard Drive. The speaker is David Bittner, Wild Life Research Institute Director speaking on “Alaska’s Wildlife”. After an intermission with refreshments, Matthew Estes, Associate History Professor, Palomar College speaking at 2:30pm on “Racism in the Immigration Debate”. A $1.00 parking permit is in Lot 1A. Visit miracosta.edu/life or call (760) 757-2121.
The “Life” lecture series continues on October 25th at 1pm, at Mira Costa College, 1 Barnard Drive, with Attorney Donnie Cox who will discuss “Child Protective Services Constitutional Rights”. After intermission of refreshments, Richard Lederer, Ph/D, Author and Columnist, will speak at 2:30pm, on “A Celebration of Books and Libraries”. A $1.00 parking permit is in Lot 1A. Visit miracosta.edu/life or call (760) 757-2121.
Assembly Republican Leader Marie Waldron (Escondido) announced her bill to improve California’s community mental health system (AB 1352) was signed by Governor Newsom. Now, local mental health boards can better supportpatients by voicing concerns about county decisions and independently evaluating their community’s mental health needs, services and facilities. “This bill will elevate the voices of patients and family members, who make up at least half of the local boards. I applaud the Governor for recognizing how important it is to give family members, patients and the community a strong voicein California’s mental health system.”
To ensure each county is delivering quality mental health services, AB 1352 defines the role of local mental health boards and encourages a collaborative relationship with county behavioral health departments. The bill will ensure the independenceof local mental health boards, clarifies their responsibilities and gives the community a voice in local decisions about mental health.
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The Senate Bill 1 gas tax increase promised to fix our crumbling highways and roads. That promise was short-lived.
Last month, Governor Newsom issued an Executive Order redirecting the state’s $5 billion annual transportation funds from highway/road repairs toward reducing congestion via "strategies designed to encourage people to shift from cars to other modes of transportation” including mass transit, walking and biking, the governor’s executive order said. The order also calls for $61 million to be “held in reserve for priority rail projects.” Read more here: https://bit.ly/2MCu0QM This is in addition to the billions of dollars which have continued to be diverted from the transportation fund since 2010 - no wonder our traffic congestion is as bad as it is! If the funds collected to upgrade our roadways had been used for that purpose, we would not need to keep increasing taxes. In fact, we would have more than enough.
The SB1 gas tax did not plan to add one freeway mile to reduce congestion, but it did commit to repair our local roads and highways, and support parks and boats. Now, even that is uncertain thanks to the Governor's Executive Order.
Mass transit systems should be expanded, but not at the expense of highways that serve the vast majority of travelers. In our own region, over 95% of the people use our highways, but in recent years, twothirds of local transportation spending has gone to mass transit projects which are used by less than 5% of the population. For decades to come, Californians will continue to rely on the state’s highway system to keep people, products and produce flowing. Our way of life and economic wellbeing depend on a well-maintained highway system. Promises made to voters must be promises kept. Assembly Republican Leader Marie Waldron, R-Escondido, represents the 75th Assembly District in the California Legislature, which includes the communities of Bonsall, Escondido, Fallbrook, Hidden Meadows, Pala, Palomar Mountain, Pauma Valley, Rainbow, San Marcos, Temecula, Valley Center and Vista.
5th District Supervisor
A few weeks ago, I was honored to be a part of a Veteran’s forum at Cal State San Marcos. Throughout the night, I heard many powerful stories from different men and women who served in our military. San Diego County is home to the nation’s largest concentration of military personnel, with over onethird of county residents connected to the military.
While the event at CSUSM focused on veterans and reducing the suicide rate amongst our military, on October 22, Supervisor Kristin Gaspar and I will be hosting a North County Veterans Forum honoring our military spouses and family members. As a US Navy Veteran, I care deeply about our military community. The sacrifices that are made for our County and society are truly incredible. Spouses and family members are the backbone to our military and serve in their own way. Raising kids while mom or dad is away, missing birthdays and holidays, you all play such an important role. It’s why I encourage you or someone you may know to join us for our upcoming forum titled, Hidden Heroes. There are many services that are offered by the County of San Diego and community non-
profits to military families, I hope you can join me and hear about the resources being offered. It will be on October 22, from 1-3 PM at the North Inland Live Well Center. (649 W Mission Ave, Escondido, CA 92025) Space is limited, so RSVP at: www.SurveyMonkey/hiddenheroes
Supervisor Jim Desmond To contact
North County Office – by appointment only 325 S. Melrose Ave., Suite 5200 Vista, CA 92081 Mon.-Fri., 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Website: www.supervisorjimdesmond.com Email:
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The Oceanside Fire Department invites all to its Open House on Saturday, October 19, 2019 between 9:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. at Fire Station 7 located at 3350 Mission Avenue in Oceanside.
This free, family-friendly event will include public safety presentations, a wide variety of vehicle displays, hands-on learning about fire equipment and prevention, and much more.
Attendees can also connect with supportive organizations for themselves and their family at the Resource Fair beginning at 1pm. The formal program begins at 2pm, followed by networking at 2:45pm. This event is free and open to the public so please RSVP today to reserve your seat! October 19th & 20th, 26th & 27th, Saturday and Sunday, 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Join the Antique Gas & Steam Engine Museum this fall as they celebrate examples of the early days of the American farm and rural community. The Museum will offer education opportunities to the public through exhibits, demonstrations, activities and programs displaying the art of invention fulfilling necessity.
The Escondido Fire Department is hiring entry level Paramedics to deliver Emergency Medical Services in a Fire Department setting, with the opportunity to promote to Firefighter/Paramedic. Our experienced, trained and dedicated team wants to help mentor and guide you in your career. Enjoy Halloween themed pool activities and games during the City of Carlsbad’s Pumpkin Plunge at Alga Norte Aquatic Center at 6565 Alicante Road on Saturday, Oct. 19 starting at 5 p.m.
The swimming pool will be transformed into a floating pumpkin patch where each child can catch and leave with a pumpkin. 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 a special presentation of the movie, Spookly the Square
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The Man Who Would Be Bond
Come meet your local firefighters!
On October 22, Supervisors Kristin Gaspar and Jim Desmond are hosting a North County Veterans Forum honoring our military spouses and family members. Attendees will gain great insight on unique challenges families have experienced and overcome.
Lee B Thibadeau January 28, 1945 October 12, 2019
Lee B Thibadeau, former mayor of San Marcos, peacefully entered the arms of Jesus on October 12, 2019. Lee is survived by Robbi, his loving wife of 54 years and daughters Traci Lee Barnhill (husband Bill), Mona Lynn Hall (husband Ryan), 6 grandchildren: Alexys Hall, Brayton "Buddy" Thibadeau Hall, Chandler Hall, Brigette Lee Barnhill, Brody Lee Thibadeau Barnhill, and Bryler Jesse Lee Barnhill. Lee also leaves behind his sister Renee Thibadeau and Brother-inlaw and Sister-in-law Bob and Cathy Given. Lee was preceded in death by his parents Lee and Marjorie Thibodeau and his brother Bud.
There will be a celebration of his life on October 20th at 2:30 PM at the Summit Church located at 292 E Barham Drive, San Marcos. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made in his memory to Good Days Chronic Disease Fund, Tax ID (611462062) https://www.mygooddays.org. . Lee and Robbi came to San Marcos in 1974 to raise their family. Both of his daughters attended school in San Marcos and graduated from Cal State University, San Marcos. Concerned about public safety, Lee became a Reserve Deputy Sheriff in 1975. Lee helped put computers in the Sheriff cars, started the first Neighborhood Policing Program in San Diego County, and brought the Sheriff substation to San Marcos. In 2001 Lee was honored as Reserve Deputy Sheriff of the year after 25 years of service.
Lee cared about people and his community and served on the San Marcos City Council from 1980 until elected Mayor in 1986 where he served until 1995 and again as councilman 2000 to 2004. Among his many accomplishments were helping to bring Cal State University to San Marcos, San Marcos Civic Center, acquired funding to widen highway 78, and numerous road and facility improvement projects that helped shape the city. Lee retired in 2012 as Director of Marketing at Paramount Petroleum after 50 years in the petroleum and asphalt industry. In his retirement he worked as a real estate advisor, tax consultant and property manager.
Born May 28, 1908, Ian Lancaster Fleming was a famed English author, Naval British and journalist Intelligence officer, who would’ve like to have lived many of the fictional experiences he wrote about in his
with an attaché briefcase chained to the wrist containing phony invasion planes and setting it adrift of the southern Spanish coast. It worked. The Spanish picked up the body and the fake information in the briefcase was received by the Germans. After the war, a book was written later which became known as “The Man Who Never Was.” It was made into a post-war movie starring Clifton Webb. Fleming also worked with General "Wild Bill" Donovan, President Franklin D. Roosevelt's special representative on intelligence co-operation between London and Washington. In May 1941 Fleming traveled to the United States where he assisted in writing a blueprint for the Office of the Coordinator of Information, the department which turned into the Office of Strategic Services and eventually became the CIA.
In 1941-42, Fleming was in charge of “Operation Golden Eye,” a plan to maintain an intelligence framework in the event of a German takeover of Spain and Portugal.
James Bond series of spy novels.
Naval Britain's for Working Intelligence Division during the Second World War is where Fleming got his ideas for creating James Bond. After the war in 1952, the son of a British Parliamentarian wrote his first novel, “Casino Royale.” It was a huge success with three printings to cope with the reader demand. In all, 11 Bond novels and two short-story collections followed between 1953 and 1966. The Bond novels revolved around the author’s experiences witnessed in the British Secret Intelligence Service. Commonly known as MI-6, Fleming was assigned I.D. code number “007,” and given the rank of a commander in the Royal Naval Reserve.
The Bond stories rank among the bestselling series of fictional books of all time, having sold more than 100 million copies worldwide. Fleming also wrote the popular children's story “Chitty-Chitty-Bang-Bang” for his son. In 2008, The London Times ranked Fleming 14th on its list of "The 50 greatest British writers since 1945.” Fleming's creation has appeared 25 times in films and portrayed by seven actors.
Fleming, who had inherited wealth going into service in 1939, proved invaluable in MI-6, and excelled in administration. Fleming was used frequently as a liaison with other sections of the British government's wartime administration and was noted for his clever ideas in espionage.
Fleming devised a number of schemes to be considered for use against the Axis powers in order to lure German U-boats and surface ships towards minefields. The most notable of ideas on his list was to plant misleading papers on a corpse that would be found by the enemy. This suggestion was similar to “Operation Mincemeat,” which later was successful in 1943, to conceal a fake invasion from North Africa. Fleming’s recommendation in the memo was titled: "A Suggestion (not a very nice one), which calls for dressing a corpse in a RAF uniform
In 1942, Fleming formed a unit of commandos known as Assault Unit No. 30 Commandos. It was composed of specialist intelligence troops. The unit’s job was to be near the battlefield front in order to seize enemy documents from previously targeted headquarters. Much to his chagrin, Fleming did not personally fight in the field with his unit, but selected targets and directed operations from London. Members of the unit were trained to be highly skilled killers. The unit's most notable discoveries came during the advance on the German port of Kiel, in a research center for German engines used in the V-2 rocket, Messerschmitt Me 163 jet fighter and high-speed U-boats. Fleming would later use elements of these discoveries of his unit in his writing his 1955 Bond novel, “Moonraker.” In 1942, Fleming attended an AngloAmerican intelligence summit in Jamaica and, despite the constant heavy rain during his visit, he decided to live on the island once the war was over. The name of his house: “Golden Eye,” where he wrote most of his novels. Fleming himself mentioned both his wartime “Operation Golden Eye,” which described the use of British naval bases in the Caribbean by the U.S. Navy.
Fleming was married to Ann Charteris, who was divorced because of her wartime affair with the 007 author. They had one son, Caspar. Fleming was a heavy smoker and drinker for most of his life and succumbed to heart disease in 1964 at the rather young age of 56. Two of his Bond books were published posthumously; other novelists have since produced Bond novels. Fleming's creation has appeared in film 26 times, with the Bond character being portrayed by seven actors.
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Pumpkin (rated G), on the giant outdoor movie screen. Cost is $10 per person. Children ages 3 and under are free View flyer
More Information Food and beverages will be available for purchase This event usually sells out so purchase tickets in advance at carlsbadconnect.org keyword search “Pumpkin ” Even More Information Rachael Shay, recreation supervisor, 760-602-7519or email@example.com
MiraCosta Horticulture Club Meeting - The MiraCosta Horticulture Club meeting will be on Saturday, October 19th at 11:30am, at the Alta Vista Gardens, 1260 Vale Terrace Dr, Vista. Continue past the Main Brengle Terrace Park entrance and turn left at the Second Entrance to Brengle Terrace Park, continue past the Senior Center and follow to the crest of the hill. Alta Vista Gardens is on the left. The club will be meeting at this location for the rest of the year. Our workshop will be held by Eileen Ford. Participants will be decorating pumpkins for the holidays. Mini pumpkins and supplies will be provided by the club. The class is limited to 20 members. Email Susan Duey at firstname.lastname@example.org to make a reservation. The main program will be “Raptors and the Installation of Owl Boxes” by Tom Stephens. Tom is well known for his encyclopedic knowledge of raptors and speaking ability. After the main speaker we will have a raffle of plants and garden materials. For more information see the website at MCHClub.com or call 760-7213281.
U.S. Marine Band to Perform in Escondido – “The President’s Own” U.S. Marine Band to perform in Escondido on West Coast Tour. A decade has passed since the scarlet coats of “The President’s Own” United States Marine Band last appeared on stages along the West Coast. However, on Friday, October 25, 2019, the band returns and will play a free concert in Escondido. The performance, held at 7:30pm will take place at the
California Center for the Arts, Escondido. Free tickets are available (limit four per request) by visiting Artcenter.org or calling 800988-4253. Seating is general admission and ticket holders must be seated by 7:30pm; remaining seats will be released to the standby line at that time. In the style of the band’s 17th Director John Philip Sousa, who initiated the concert tour tradition in 1891, Marine Band Director Col. Jason K. Fettig has chosen a diverse mix of programs - from traditional band repertoire and Sousa marches to instrumental solos and a salute to the Armed Forces.
By the end of the tour, the Marine Band will have traveled more than 2,000 miles along the West Coast, performing 28 concerts in 5 states, with stops in Washington, Oregon, California, Nevada and Arizona. The Center is located at 340 N. Escondido Blvd. in Escondido. The Ticket Office can be reached at (800) 988-4253. Tickets can also be purchased online. To learn more, including performance dates, times, and ticket information, visit artcenter.org.
Escondido Quilt Show and Sale – The North County Quilters Association (NCQA) will be holding a quilt show and sale on Friday, October 25th, 10am to 5pm, and on Saturday, October 26th, 10am to 4pm. This show will be held at the Escondido Elks Lodge, 2430 So. Escondido Boulevard, Escondido. There will be a Vendor Mall, opportunity baskets, silent auction, quilts for sale, a gift boutique, and free parking. Admission fee is $5.00. Over 80 years and under 8 years is free. For a list of the vendors and additional information, visit their website at ncountyquilters.com.
Sundowner Business Mixer – The San Marcos Chamber’s sundowner Business Mixer will be hosted by Intersection, at 156 S. Rancho Santa Fe Road, San Marcos, 92078, on Thursday, October 24th, from 5pm-7pm. Enjoy business after hours with a house full of professionals from a variety of industries and company sizes to network, build relationship, and have fun, all while checking out an exciting new location every month. Registration in-advance, $5/members; $20/prospective members. At-thedoor, $10/members; 425/prospec-
tive members. For questions, contact Melanie Jamil, Event Director at the Chamber, 760.744.1270 or email@example.com. Volunteers Sew to Benefit Operation Smile -
Picture from left to right: Judy Jackson and Kathy Shattuck GFWC Contemporary Women of
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North County recently held their quarterly Sew-In at the San Marcos Community Center. Thanks to the efforts of their members, 50+ hospital gowns will be donated to ‘Operation Smile’, an organization that sends teams of medical volunteers all over the world to perform surgery on children born with cleft palate and other facial deformities. Visit www.cwonc.org.
Ukulele Virtuoso and Rising Star, Taimane at CCAE on Friday Ukulele virtuoso and rising star, Taimane will be performing for one-night only at the California Center for the Arts, Escondido (CCAE) on Saturday, October 19th at 7:30pm in the Concert Hall. Taimane will feature her band, Ramiro Marziani (classical guitar), Jonathan Heraux (percussion) and Baethoven (violin, background vocals), as well as dancers, Li‘o (Polynesian dance) and Sky Fung (contemporary dance). Taimane is renowned for both her pyrotechnics on the four-string island staple and prowess in using music and movement to paint vibrant images that elicit deep emotional response.
Tickets for Taimane – Elemental Tour: A Visual & Musical Experience are $25-$65 and are onsale online at artcenter.org or at the Center ticket office at 340 N. Escondido Blvd., Escondido, 92025, or by calling 800.988.4253. The ticket office is open Tue–Sat 12–6pm, and Sun 12–5pm. Get more information about the show including the program as well as purchase tickets here: http://artcenter.org/event/taimane/.
October’s Art Spark Lesson is All About Acrylic Pumpkin Painting – It’s time to get into the Holiday spirit! On Saturday, October 19, from 10am-12pm, the California Center for the Arts, Escondido (CCAE) will host an art lesson that will feature acrylic painting.
This class teaches participants various methods of undercoating and blending, using acrylic paints. Participants will create a mixed media autumnal, canvas painting.
Refine your artistry through a class designed to advance technique and elevate your understanding of the elements of art. Guided by our Center Teaching Artist, Nancy Robinson, each class provides formal training to help participants cultivate, broaden and deepen their artistic repertoire. Classes are taught the 3rd Saturday of every month and registration is required. Tickets are $40 per person and include: all art materials, pastries and non-alcoholic beverages, a free museum pass and a raffle ticket for an opportunity to win a pair of tickets to a 2019-2020 presented season show. For more information, visit http://artcenter.org/event/art-sparkacrylic-pumpkin-painting/. All events at the California Center for the Arts, Escondido, can be found at ArtCenter.org. the Center is located at 340 N. Escondido Blvd, Escondido.
Biggest Fall Plant Sale of the Year – At the San Diego Botanic Garden in Encinitas, they will be holding the biggest fall plant sale of the year on Saturday & Sunday, October 19 – 20, from 10am-4pm; and on Monday, October 21st, from 9am12noon. All remaining plant stock on Monday goes on sale for ½ price. Featured will be a wide variety of unique, exotic and unusual plants you won’t find anywhere else, including beautiful waterwise plants to enhance your garden and save on your water bill. There will be thousands of plants donated by over 100 generous local growers, wholesalers, retail nurseries and individuals, including California natives, herbs, succulents, annuals, perennials, and more. The Fall Plant Sale is held annually in October, the best time of the year to begin planting a fall garden, and it is one of the Garden’s biggest fundraisers. Cost: Saturday, entry to the plant sale is included with paid admission or SDBG membership; Sunday, entry to the plant sale is included with a special $5 paid admission fee (entry to plant sale only) or SDBG membership. Monday, entry to the plant sale is included with a special $5 paid admission fee from 9am-12pm only or SDBG membership. The San Diego Botanic Garden is located at 230 Quail Gardens Dr., Encinitas, 92024. Phone 760.436.3036. Visit the website at SDBGarden.org. Organ Concert by David Troiano at St. Thomas More Catholic Church - An organ concert by popular lyric tenor David Troiano will be held on Friday, November 15th at 7pm (doors open at 6:30pm) at St. Tholmas More Catholic Church, 1450 South Melrose Drive in Oceanside. The free-will offering event will include American, Spanish and European music. For more information, contact Theresa Harris at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 760.758.4100. Auditions Coming up at the Community Players Theatre – Auditions are planned for people ages 6-106 for a variety of parts
from children to an evil queen for “The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe” a Two Act Play, based on the CS Lewis novel. The auditions will be at the Community Players Theatre, Community Lutheran Church, 3575 E. Valley Parkway, Escondido 92027, on Sunday, November 3rd from 11am12:30pm, and on Monday, November 4th from 7pm-8pm. Cost for being in the production-$0; experience required—none. For auditions, prepare a 1-minute reading. For information, visit www.clcfamily.org.
Grace Episcopal San Marcos Open House 10/19 – The Grace Episcopal Church, 1020 Rose Ranch Road, San Marcos, will be celebrating their 35th birthday with an Open House on Saturday, October 19th, 12noon to 4pm. There will be free food, crafts for the children and tours of the 132year-old historic church. Call (760) 744-7667 or visit www.gracesanmarcos.org for more information. Santa Margarita Chapter, DAR, Celebrated 90th Anniversary The Santa Margarita Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR), celebrated their 90th anniversary with a theme embracing our Old California Heritage. Members and guests met at the Rancho Carlsbad Community Club House with Regent Charla Boodry hosting the event. In attendance were chapter member and CA DAR State Regent, Adele Lancaster; Honorary State Regent, Karon Jarrard; State Vice Regent, Susan Broderick; State Recording Secretary, Lillian Leslie; and District XIV Director, Rachel Jorgenson. Nine of the eleven living past chapter regents were in attendance, sharing their memories of times past.
Valley Center home economist and nutrition consultant. On that date in 1924, Agnes White sat behind a microphone and, for the first time, gave voice to a fictitious name that had been created three years earlier. The nation's first cooking show, "The Betty Crocker School of the Air," was initially broadcast on one station but soon aired nationwide on NBC. The museum has the only known recording of Agnes White from a 1936 radio broadcast along with a copy of the script from the 1924 debut radio program. The museum's popular permanent exhibition on Betty Crocker will grow to include vintage cookbooks, hand-written recipes, photos, and memorabilia collected by Agnes until her death in 1979 at her Valley Center home on Miller Road.
A marker identifying the Victorianera house as a "Site of Historic Interest" was recently placed on the property by the Valley Center Historical Society. Agnes White, who died at age 84, is buried at Valley Center Cemetery along with her husband, mining engineer William Tizard, who died two years later at age 85.
The History Museum at 29200 Cole Grade Road is open Tuesday through Saturday from 12noon to 4p.m. Admission is free. Pictured seated (l-r) is the chapter execu- For more information, visit vchistory.org or call (760) tive board and the honored guests749-2993. Rhonda Crawford, Linda Ramos, Kellie Stafford, Laura Horn, Rachel Jorgenson, Rummage Sale, Next Door Susan Broderick, Adele Lancaster, Charla to Costco San Marcos on Boodry, Karon Jarrard, Lillian Leslie, Saturday, October 19th – Wanda Prosser, Mary Catherine Kirby, Residents of the large 55+ Jacquie Berzins apartment complex, Overture San Marcos, at We are always open to new possi- 852 Avenida Ricardo (next door to bilities for helping those less fortu- Costco San Marcos), will be holdnate and our veterans. The list goes ing a Rummage Sale on Saturday, on and the future looks bright for October 19th, from 7:00am to the 1:00pm. This is a resident-sponsored event. Parking is available African Violet Society November across the street in the shopping Meeting - The program on center. There will be a large banTuesday, November 12 will be ner hanging on a highly visible cor"Splitting and Re-potting Clumps ner of Center Drive & Avenida of Baby Violets" presented by Ricardo, and the rummage sale will Barbara Conrad. Attendees will be set up right by it. Numerous each get to take home baby African households are participating. For violets. There will also be a info, call Kay at 858.353.4233. demonstration presented by Susan Cook "Splitting Alstromeria Plants.” The San Diego County African Violet Society is affiliated Social Butterfly with the African Violet Society of America, Inc. and meets on the secCont. on Page 10
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HVCCA’s Concert “Quarteto Nuevo” is Sunday, October 20th HVCCA’s second concert of this season is the Quarteto Nuevo performing on Sunday, October 20th
at 2pm in the Center Theater at the at the California Center for the Arts, Escondido. They effectively meld the music of ancient worlds and faraway places enchanting audiences of all ages! Their unique instrumentation (soprano sax, alto-flute, cello, acoustic guitar, hand percussion) richly colors their wide-rang-
ing repertoire enhanced by jazzy interludes. Tickets: adults $30.00, seniors $20.00, veterans, military, students and children $10.00 … online at www.artcenter.org or call (800) 988-4253. This is the second of five concerts presented by HVCCA (www.hiddenvalleyCCAescondido .info) in their 74th season. Halfprice adult tickets are available at Goldstar, San Diego.
Carlsbad Republican Women welcome Dr. Barbara Stone, Political Scientist, on October 22nd!
On Tuesday, October 22nd, the Carlsbad Republican Women welcome keynote speaker, Barbara Stone, Ph.D., Emeritus Professor of Political Science; California State University, Fullerton. A dynamic and engaging speaker, Dr. Stone will present, "Politics Today: California, Trump, and Everything Between.” You don’t want to miss this opportunity; Dr. Stone is not only insightful, but fun and very entertaining!
Dr. Stone is an expert on politics at the local, regional, and national levels, and remains active in a number of community and political activities throughout the state. She is the author of several publications regarding California politics. She has been married 51 years to Harry, the former Director of the Los Angeles County Department of Public Works. They have two sons, Robert and Steve, both of whom
Owl is pet of the week at your Rancho Coastal Humane Society. He’s a 2 year old, 12 pound, male, Domestic Short Hair cat with a Brown Tabby coat. Owl is wide eyed and curious. When he’s not poking around he finds a lap to lie on or a perch where he can watch the world go by. Owl was transferred from another shelter through the FOCAS (Friends of County Animal Shelters) program. The $100 adoption fee for Owl includes medical exams, vaccinations, neuter, and registered microchip. For more information call 760-753-6413, visit Rancho Coastal Humane Society at 389 Requeza Street in Encinitas, or log on to SDpets.org.
Carlsbad Republican Women Federated general meetings are held the fourth Tuesday of the month at the Green Dragon Tavern and Museum, 6115 Paseo del Norte, Carlsbad, CA 92011. Doors open at 11:00 a.m. and the program begins at 11:30 a.m. Cost is $30 Members/$35 Non-members. For more information, contact Ann at (760) 415-7006 or email@example.com. Please RSVP no later than Friday, October 17th at 2 p.m. Check us out at www.CarlsbadRepublicans.com.
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teach us so much if we savor it, rather than to just endure it. Patience is a trust in God’s ability to use these chapters in our lives to bring about His will. Like Craig Groeschel says “If it’s not God’s timing, you can’t force it. If it is God’s timing, you can’t stop it!”.
Pastor Sam Brumit Mission 316, San Marcos Lord, give me patience…
Luna is a 3-year-old American Staffordshire Terrier who has been looking for a home since February. She is a shy girl, but once she gets to know you, she loves to lay down next to you. She lived with children in her previous home and would love a family who will continue to work on her socialization with people and other dogs. Meet sweet Luna at our Escondido Campus to see if she’s the pooch for you! Her adoption fee includes her spay, current vaccinations, permanent microchip identification, a certificate for a free veterinary exam, waived enrollment fee for medical insurance from PetFirst and a license for residents in the city limits of Carlsbad, Del Mar, Encinitas, Escondido, Imperial Beach, Oceanside, Poway, San Diego, San Marcos, Santee, Solana Beach and Vista. Luna is available for adoption at San Diego Humane Society’s Escondido Campus at 3500 Burnet Drive. To learn more about making her part of your family, please call (619) 299-7012.
are attorneys married to attorneys (Charlotte and Catherine). Steve is a Superior Court judge in San Diego; Robert is President and CEO of the City of Hope. She is also the proud grandmother of Matthew (born January, 2002), Ellie (born January 2003), Mark (born December 2003), Thomas (born December 2004), and Justin (born August 2005).
I often joke “Lord, give me patience and I want it RIGHT NOW. I wish it was really a joke.
Often, many things I want do not seem to come to pass on the timetable I desire… big things and small things. Impatience can lead to worry, fear, and anxiety.
I know God wants to develop me and grow my trust. He uses lots of circumstances to accomplish this. Patience, to me, is the ability to keep going while waiting on God. It doesn’t stop my heart from wanting… but does develop perseverance. James 1:4 says “Let steadfastness have its full effect, that you may be perfect and complete, lacking nothing.” Life is full of “waiting” and it can
God has a plan for our lives. Patience helps us know and understand that plan. I always say “God is working, even when I can’t see it”. He won’t let us down.
Contentment is knowing that, even if something appears to be missing in your life, the journey will lead to greater understanding of God, yourself and your circumstances.
Trust the process, yes, but even more, trust the God of the process. He’s got your back. He won’t let you down. More likely than not, those dreams and desires are there because he put them there. Learn to be content even with what you feel is lacking in your life. _________________________ Mission 316 is a non-denominational church which meets at 3 Civic Center Drive in San Marcos – directly across from the San Marcos Public Library. The service starts at 10 AM. 760.659.0316 for INFO.
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A Weekly Message from the Mayor of Your Community published in the belief that it is important for elected leaders to communicate with their constituents and that constituents have a means of hearing from their elected leaders.
San Marcos • Mayor Rebecca Jones
New San Marcos City App Puts Service at Your Fingertips The City of San Marcos is pleased to announce the launch of a new resident tool called the San Marcos City App.
San Marcos City App empowers residents and visitors to support the City in its efforts to keep San Marcos safe and clean. It is your gateway to submit service requests to city staff. You can use the app to notify us of things like:
Traffic light outages Graffiti Debris Maintenance needs at city-managed spaces (parks, trails, etc.) Stormwater
The app creates an efficiency of service for both residents and city staff to report nonemergency concerns through:
Location specific: Based on your phone’s GPS location, you can quickly notify us of where you observe an issue when you submit a request. Progress tracking: You can track the progress and resolution of your submitted requests in the app. Other nearby requests will also be viewable, so you can tell if someone else has noticed the same concern. Direct access: The app connects directly to San Marcos city staff who can help. Submitting service requests through the app is the quickest and most efficient way to get things resolved. The app is available via Google Play and the Apple App Store. For more details, visit www.san-marcos.net/city-app.
Vista • Mayor Judy Ritter
Got HHW? We’ve got a Disposal Center in Vista
Did you know Vista residents can dispose of household hazardous waste from their homes for free? Unused or old household cleaners such as drain and oven cleaners, wood and metal polish cleaners, disinfectants, old paint, lawn and garden products, automotive products, and other household hazardous waste can be dropped off for free at the City's Household Hazardous Waste Facility. Old computers, phones, batteries, fluorescent light bulbs, pool and photo chemicals, as well as old or unused medications and home-generated sharps can also be dropped off. No appointment is necessary; however, you must be a city of Vista resident (living within city limits). You will need to show proof of residency at the facility. If you have used oil to recycle, you can also bring it to any of the 13 CalRecycle locations in Vista during their operating hours. Check online at cityofvista.com for the list. Household Hazardous Waste Facility Hours: Saturdays only - 9 am – 3 pm (closed holiday weekends) Location: 1145 E. Taylor Street (across from the Public Works Department) P: Public Works Department 760.639.6176
Oceanside • Mayor Peter Weiss Pure Water Oceanside
Most of Oceanside’s water is imported and originates from hundreds of miles away. This imported water is subject to rising costs out of the city’s control, requires an enormous amount of energy to transport and is vulnerable to natural disasters like earthquakes.
Escondido • Mayor Paul “Mac” Mcnamara Greetings Escondido,
Last week I asked you to think about what affects (increases or reduces) traffic and how can we implement those solutions. I’m sure many of you thought that what we need is more lanes and perhaps some of you thought we need a better public transportation system. Well, the transportation experts would tell you that there is a phenomenon that occurs when you build more lanes-they naturally fill up. For argument’s sake I accept that premise. We also know that the population is ever increasing and with it comes a demand for more infrastructure. So why the lanes fill up doesn’t really matter, we know that they do. And when they do, traffic slows, sometimes to a standstill and more GHG are put in the air. So, the key goal is to get the traffic moving. That is by the way the goal of SANDAG’s 5 Big Moves for public transportation -reduce the number of cars on the road to keep the traffic moving. MTF… Semper Fi, Mac,
A small portion of the city’s water supply is local and comes from a naturally occurring underground aquifer called the Mission Basin. The aquifer’s water has declined over years of use. Pure Water Oceanside and other local programs DIVERSIFY our water supply and REDUCE reliance on imported water and create a LOCAL and SUSTAINABLE water source for Oceanside.
The process uses state-of-the-art water purification steps that replicate and accelerate nature’s natural recycling process. This will create between 3 and 5 million gallons per day of local, high quality drinking water that is exceptionally pure.
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ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME
TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: Petitioner Rose
Lamberg filed a petition with this court for a decree changing names as follows:
Lamberg to Proposed name Shoshana Rose Lamberg.
THE COURT ORDERS that all persons interested in this
matter shall appear before this court at the hearing indi-
cated below to show cause, if any, why the petition for change of name should not be granted. Any person object-
ing 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: December 10, 2019 8:30a.m., Department 23.
The address of the court is: 325 S. Melrose, Vista, CA.
92081. A copy of the Order to Show Cause shall be pub-
lished at least once each week for four successive weeks prior to the date set for hearing on the petition in the fol-
lowing 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 10/7/2019.
/s/Sim von Kalinowski, Judge of the Superior Court 10/17, 10/24, 10/31 & 11/07/2019
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Paul & Nome Van Middlesworth, The Computer Factory
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How long will it last?
A “perfect storm” of events in the PC world has created a temporary windfall for us and our small business and home customers. Corporate “refurbs” have flooded the market in recent months driving down prices to unprecedented levels and making the purchase of any new “retail” PC a “fool’s errand.” for most users, Several factors have combined to create this abundance of low priced, high value “Enterprise” PCs.
In recent years higher speed CPUs, larger storage devices and faster RAM have had little practical impact on most small business and home users. The average ten year old notebook or tower PC with Windows 7 easily handles the
fastest Internet speed and runs virtually all applications. Windows 7 replaced the infamous Vista OS on October 22nd 2009 and began a ten year reign as Microsoft’s most popular operating system. Windows 7 continued to dominate through the release of Windows 8 in Aug of 2012, Windows 8.1 in October of 2013 and Windows 10 in July of 2015. Windows 7 actually maintained its lead until Windows 10 squeaked past it in January of this year.
Whenever Microsoft releases a new OS, they stop issuing licenses for the old OS to manufacturers. After the release of Windows 8 in 2012 retail shoppers were unable to buy new PCs with Windows 7. Retail sales plummeted as home and small business avoided Windows 8 by hanging on to their Windows 7 PCs. Corporations, schools and government PC buyers using the “Professional” or “Enterprise” versions of Windows were allowed to duck Windows 8 and 10 by using “downgrade rights” which let them continue to purchase new computers with Windows 7. By the beginning of 2019 these “Enterprise” users had huge numbers of newer Windows 7 PCs in their networks.
support date for the popular Windows 7 OS is January 14th 2020. With the end of support looming and the economy booming, many “Enterprise” users opted to purchase new Windows 10 PCs rather than to upgrade the existing late model Windows 7 PCs. These newer Windows 7 “Refurbs” have continued to pour into the market in increasing numbers throughout 2019 pushing prices ever lower.
We (The Computer Factory) buy these “enterprise” notebook and desktop PCs from corporations, schools, distributors and refurb centers. We reprocess, test and install Windows 10 on each PC. These “Enterprise” PCs are professional quality and of far better performance and reliability than the brand new “Windows10 Home”
PCs that fill the shelves in the big box stores.
Small business and home users with Windows 7 PCs should start planning their Windows 10 upgrade strategy soon, including file transfer, back-up and program reloading. We can help you do this as well has help evaluate your existing notebook or desktop PCs to determine whether to upgrade your old system, trade them in on Windows 10 “refurbs” or have us design and build you brand new systems. We anticipate the possibility of a rush in the December/January time frame that could drive prices back up. Right now the price is right so if you do need a new or spare PC it’s the right time to be looking.
At the beginning of 2019 about half of the PCs in Corporate America had Windows 7 and virtually every corporate network contained at least some Windows 7 notebook or tower PCs. Microsoft’s well publicized end of
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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2019-9022177 The name of the business, Guera’s Galletitas, located at 171 Palomar St., #232, Chula Vista, CA. 91911. This business is registered by: Erica Diaz De Leon 171 Palomar St. #232 Chula Vista, CA. 91911 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business 9/11/2019. /s/Erica Diaz De Leon Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego on 9/11/2019 10/10, 10/17, 10/24 & 10/31/2019 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2019-9024439 The name of the business, Dug Out Snacks, located at 3333 Bear Valley Pkwy, Escondido, CA. 92025. This business is registered by: Michael and Denise Taylor
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3104 Laurashawn Ln. Escondido, CA. 92026 This business is conducted by a Married Couple. First day of business 10/19/11 /s/Michael Taylor Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego on 10/07/2019 10/10, 10/17, 10/24 & 10/31/2019
STATEMENT OF ABANDONMENT OF USE OF FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME #2019-9022944 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME: Alterra Home Loans, located at 7676 Hazard Center Drive, Ste 220, San Digo, Ca. 92106-4500. The Fictitious Business Name referred to above was filed in San Diego County on 5/20/2019 and assigned File no. 2019-9012860, is abandoned by the following regisrants: Panorama Mortgage Group, LLC 350 S. Rampart Blvd., Ste 310 Las Vegas, NV 89145 I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct. (A registrant who declares as true any matter pursuant to Section 17913 of the Business and Professions code that the registrant knows to be false is guilty of a misdemeanor punishable by a fine not to exceed one thousand dollars ($1000). crime). /s/ Ben Slayton, Secretary This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego on 9/19/2019. 9/26, 10/03, 10/10 & 10/17/2019 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2019-9023689 The name of the business, Lawrence and Associates, located at 217 Civic Center Dr. #3, Vista, CA. 92084. This business is registered by: NLW Inc. 217 Civic Center Drive, #3 Vista, CA. 92084 This business is conducted by a corporation. First day of business 3/1/80. /s/Dale Edward Lawrence, CEO Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego on 9/26/2019 10/03, 10/10, 10/17 & 10/24/2019
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2019-9022489 The name of the business, Go Green Landscaping Construcion - Tree Service, located at 625 Spires Street, Vista, Ca. 92083. This business is registered by: Porfirio Gomez 625 Spires Street Vista, Ca. 92083 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business n/a. /s/Porfirio Gomez Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego on 9/16/2019 9/26, 10/03, 10/10, & 10/17/2019 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2019-9024160 The name of the business, Wey’s Auto, located at 1259 Holmgrove Dr., San Marcos, CA. 92078. This business is registered by: Yoe Wey Liu 1259 Holmgrove Dr. San Marcos, Ca. 92078 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business n/a. /s/Yue Wey Liu Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego on 10/02/2019 10/17, 10/24, 10/31 & 11/07/2019 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2019-9021998 The name of the business, La Luz Books, located at 985 San Pablo Drive, San Marcos, CA. 92078. This business is registered by: Maria de la Luz Reyes & John J. Halcon 985 San Pablo Drive San Marcos, CA. 92078 This business is conducted by a Married Couple. First day of business 5/15/17. /s/Maria de la Luz Reyes Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego on 9/09/2019 9/19. 9/26, 10/03, 10/10/2019
INTRODUCED ORDINANCE NO. 2019-1478
Ordinance No. 2019-1478 an ordinance of the City Council of the City of San Marcos, California, amending the San Marcos Municipal Code Title 17 (Buildings, Construction, and related activities) and adopting local amendments to the California Building Code. Ordinance 2019-1478 was introduced on October 8, 2019, and will be presented to the City Council for adoption on October 22, 2019. A certified copy is posted in the office of the City Clerk at 1 Civic Center Drive, San Marcos, CA. Phillip Scollick, City Clerk, City of San Marcos. PD: 10/17/2019 INTRODUCED ORDINANCE NO. 2019-1479
Ordinance No. 2019-1479 - an ordinance of the City Council of the City of San Marcos, California, amending the San Marcos Municipal Code Chapter 17.64 2019 California Fire Code and declaring local conditions to amend certain provisions of the same. Ordinance 2019-1479 was introduced on October 8, 2019, and will be presented to the City Council for adoption on October 22, 2019. A certified copy is posted in the office of the City Clerk at 1 Civic Center Drive, San Marcos, CA. Phillip Scollick, City Clerk, City of San Marcos. PD: 10/17/2019 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2019-9024411 The name of the business: Blue Storm Designs, located at 1320 Twain Court, SAn Marcos, CA. 92069. This business is registered by: Lucy K. & William Richard Moffitt 1320 Twain Court San Marcos, CA. 92069 This business is conducted by a Married Couple. First day of business 4/15/08 William Richard Moffitt Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego on 10/07/2019 10/17, 10/24, 10/31 & 11/07/2019
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2019-9024613 The name of the business: Hype Club, located at 669 2nd Street, Encinitas, Ca. 92024. This business is registered by: Shorts Creative, LLC 669 2nd Street Encinitas, CA. 92024 This business is conducted by a Limited Liability Company. First day of business 10/08/2019 /s/ Edwin Collins, Manager Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego on 10/08/2019 10/17, 10/24, 10/31 & 11/07/2019 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2019-9024797 The name of the business, Paradise Paw Prints, located at 2710 Aspire Blvd., Ste O117, Alpiine, Ca. 91901. This business is registered by: Indoor Outdoor Goods, Inc. 2710 Alpine Blvd. Ste 0117 Alpine, CA. 91901 This business is conducted by a corporation. First day of business 10/10/19. /s/Susan Bridges, CEO Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego on 10/10/2019 10/17, 10/24, 10/31 & 11/07/2019
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NOTICE OF INTENDED DECISION (Administrative)
The Planning Division Manager of the City of San Marcos has considered the proposed project and does intends to APPROVE the Director’s Permit DP19-0020 on October 28, 2019. Project No.: DP19-0020 Applicant(s): Port Brewing, LLC Request: the applicant is requesting approval of a Director’s Permit to allow for the establishment & operation of a 1,236 square foot beer tasting room with 1,213 square feet of outdoor patio space in Area C-2 (Town Center) of the San Elijo Hills Specific Plan Area. Environmental Determination: The project is within the scope of the adopted and certified Final Subsequent Environmental Impact Report (FSEIR) for the San Elijo Hills Specific Plan Area (State Clearinghouse No. 95051064) and is also Categorically Exempt (EX 19-033) pursuant to Section 15301 Class 1 of the California Code of Regulations (CCR), in that this is an existing facility with no expansion. Location of the Property: 1215 San Elijo Rd., Suite 101, San Marcos, CA 92078, more particularly described as: Parcel 4 of Parcel Map No. 2617 in the City of San Marcos, County of San Diego, State of California, Filed in the Office of the County Recorder of San Diego County. Assessor’s Parcel Number: 223-630-24-00. Further information about this notice can be obtained from Art Piñon, Associate Planner by calling 760-744-1050 extension 3234 or email@example.com. NOTICE: Any interested person may appeal the decision of the Planning Division Manager to the Planning Commission provided the appeal fee is paid ($20 for residents; $1,155 for non-residents) and a written appeal is submitted to the Planning Division Secretary within ten (10) calendar days of the date of the decision (due no later than 5:30 PM on November 7, 2019). The written appeal should specify the reasons for the appeal and the grounds upon which the appeal is based. The City’s Planning Commission will then consider the filed appeal/s at a later public hearing. The Planning Division can be contacted at 760-744-1050, extension 3233 or firstname.lastname@example.org. The City of San Marcos is committed to making its programs, services and activities accessible to individuals with disabilities. If you require accommodation to participate in any City program, service or activity, please contact the City Clerk’s office at 1 Civic Center Drive, San Marcos, CA. 92069, or call 760-744-1050, extension 3145. Phil Scollick, City Clerk, City of San Marcos. PD: 10/17/19.
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2019-9024761 The name of the business, NewDeck Capital Properties, located at 6882 Watercourse Drive, Catlsbad, CA. 92011. This business is registered by: NewDeck Capital Corp. 6882 Watercourse Drive Carlsbad, CA. 92011 This business is conducted by a corporation. First day of business n/a. /s/David A. Begg, President Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego on 10/10/2019 10/17, 10/24, 10/31 & 11/07/2019
NOTICE OF PETITION TO ADMINISTER ESTATE OF DAVID LOUIS GILBERT Case No. 37-2019-00051854 PR-PW-CTL To all heirs, beneficiaries, creditors, contingent creditors, and persons who may otherwise be interested in the will or estate or both, of DAVID LOUIS GILBERT. A Petition for Probate has been filed by JUDITH SELMA GILBERT in the Superior Court of California, County of San Diego, 1100 Union St., San Diego, Ca., 92101, New Central Courthouse The Petition for Probate requests that JUDITH SELMA GILBERT be appointed as personal representatives 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: 11/20/2019 Time: 1:30 p.m. . Dept: 502 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 statues and legal authority may affect your rights as a creditor. You may want to consult with an attorney knowledgeable in California law. You may examine the file kept by the court. If you are a peson interested in the estate, you may file with the court a Request for Special Notice (form DE-154) of the filing of an inventory and appraisal of estate assets or of any petition or account as provided in Probate Code section 1250. A Request for Special Notice form is available from the court clerk. Attorney for petioner: W. Neal Schram Law Offices of W. Neal Schram 2223 Avenida de la Playa, Suite 100, La Jolla, CA. 92037 (858) 459.4422 10/17, 10./24 & 10/31/2019
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2019-9023642 The name of the business, Persegona Law, located at 2316 Lone Oak Ln., Vista, CA. 92084. This business is registered by: Kimberly R. Persegona 2316 Lone Oak Ln., Vista, Ca. 92084 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business n/a. /s/Kimberly R. Persegona Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego on 9/26/2019 10/03, 10/10, 10/17 & 10/24/2019
CITY OF SAN MARCOS REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS CIP RFP-19-01 ON-CALL ENGINEERING AND CM SERVICES
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City of San Marcos will receive Proposals for the above stated Project via an online bid management system, PlanetBids, up to the hour of 2:00 p.m. on November 12, 2019. WORK DESCRIPTION The work generally consists of the following services: 1. On-call General Engineering and Architectural Services 2. On-Call Traffic Engineering and Support Services. 3. O n - C a l l Construction Management and Field Services Separate agreements will be awarded for the three disciplines listed above. See RFP in PlanetBids for additional information. TERM Three (3) years with two (2) one-year options to extend. ESTIMATED BUDGET The estimated budget is $7 million for General Engineering and Architectural Services, $1 million for Traffic Engineering and Support Services, $2.5 million for Construction Management and Field Services. PROJECT FUNDING The City intends to use funding from Federal, State, Community Development Block Grant Funds (CDBG), Local, and/or other eligible sources as Projects are identified. DISADVANTAGED BUSINESS ENTERPRISE INFORMATION The federally-funded Agreements resulting from this RFP are subject to 49 CFR, Part 26 entitled “Participation by Disadvantaged Business Enterprises in Department of Transportation Financial Assistance Programs”. Specific DBE goals will be set at the task order level based on the task order scope of work, applicable North American Industry Classification system (NAICS) codes, subcontracting opportunities, and funding source(s) for the project. The DBE goal ranges are as follows: • Federally-funded Task Orders for On-Call General Engineering and Architectural Services: 0% to 19%. • Federally-funded Task Orders for On-Call Construction Management and Field Services: 0% to 15% PREVAILING WAGE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, payment of prevailing wages and compliance with the California Labor Code Sections 1770 et seq is required for this project. The successful proposer will be required to comply with the Federal Davis-Bacon Act requirements and with all of the terms and conditions (including Federal and State General Prevailing Wage requirements) prescribed for Contractor performing public works construction projects. In all instances where Federal, State, and Local Prevailing Wages for a given craft differ, the higher Prevailing Wage rate shall be paid. AVAILABILITY OF RFP DOCUMENTS The City uses PlanetBids to post and receive proposals online. Only vendors that are registered with PlanetBids will be eligible to submit a proposal for formal solicitations with the City. PlanetBids is accessible
via the City’s website and the direct link provided below, and provides all Proposal Documents at no cost. http://www.san-marcos.net OR https://www.planetbids.com/p ortal/portal.cfm?CompanyID= 39481 PD 10/17 & 10/24/2019 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2019-9024130 The name of the business, Senior Care Help, located at 1004
Marcos, CA. 92069. This business is registered by: TeriLyn F. Garcia 1004 Hopper Ave. San Marcos, CA. 92069 This business is conducted by an individuial. First day of business n/a. /s/TeriLyn F. Garcia Filed
Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder
Diego on 10/02`/2019 10/10,
10/31/2019 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2019-9022912 The name of the business, Davelly
Services, located at 37561 Hwy 79, Warner Springs, CA. 92086 This business is registered by: Kelly Marie Collard 25310
Trail Warner Springs, CA. 92086 This business is conducted by an individuial. First
9/11/19. /s/Kelly Marie Collard Filed
Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder
Diego on 9/19/2019 10/10,
10/31/2019 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2019-9024111 The name of the business, Fusion Pool & Spa, located at
Oceanside, CA. 92056 This business is registered by: Eric Boyce Godsey 2131 Oceanview Road Oceanside, CA. 92056 This business is conducted by an individuial. First
6/12/2004. /s/Eric Boyce Godsey Filed
Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder
Diego on 10/02/2019 10/10,
10/31/2019 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2019-9023895 The name of the business, MotivBrand, located at 394 Avenida
Marcos, CA. 92078. This business is registered by: Marc Richard Landau 394 Avenida La Cuesta San Marcos, CA. 92078 This business is conducted by an individuial. First
7/22/2019. /s/Marc Richard Landau Filed
Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder
Diego on 9/30
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2019-9024520 The name of the business: Archetypal Publishing; The Evolved Masculine, located at 7668 El Camino Real, #104-461, Carlsbad, CA. 92009. This business is registered by: Evolved Enterprises, Inc. 7668 El Camino Real, #104-461 Carlsbad, CA. 92009 This business is conducted by a corporation. First day of business n/a. /s/ Gregory Pervin, President Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego on 10/07/2019 10/17, 10/24, 10/31 & 11/07/2019
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