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Volume 46 - No. 43

November 3, 2016

by lyle e davis

Chances are that sometime within the next 12 months someone you know will die. It could even happen within your own household. It’s a fact of life - particularly those of us who are in our “middle earlies.” Colleagues die, family members, both close family members as well as distant family members, neighbors, workmates, friends and acquaintences - someone we know will die within the next 12 months.

Do you know what to do if/when that time comes? And if that event occurs within your household . . . or with family members? Most of us probably are not prepared.

We talked with a number of North County Funeral Directors to learn what you need to know. With information we gathered from them, we try to help you deal with probably the most difficult task(s) you may be required to address. Generally, all mortuaries agreed as to steps to take and procedures to follow:

From Linda Allen, President of Allen Brothers Mortuary, with chapels in San Marcos and Vista:

“If the death is an unexpected death, call the paramedics, sheriff's department, or police department . . . for investigation. If expected, call your hospice representative, or call the mortuary directly.

The Medical Examiner does not get involved unless there is a suspicious death, accidental, homicide, or suicide. Once you have contacted the mortuary of your choice they will obtain preliminary information from the family, often prior to coming to the house. The information they will need will include the address of where the person died, his or her name, time of death or time decedent was found. If the person passed away during the night then you will want to register the time the body was found.

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name of decedent’s doctor, next of kin, type of burial service, traditional? Cremation? Will the family want viewing arranged? Will embalming be needed? Embalming in California is not legally required. Some states require, CA. does not.”

laws - regarding autopsy. If physical evidence shows probable cause of death, the autopsy can be waived.

“When the Medical Examiner is called - and if the decedent was young and healthy, the Medical Examiner will pick them up and take for an autopsy; if under a doctor's care and there is a lot of history, the Medical Examiner will check health records and talk to the doctor and may waive autopsy and release the body; if taken to the Medical Examiner’s office the family should call their mortuary and the mortuary will arrange for pickup. Every state has different

In addition to Linda Allen and Megan Comer, we spoke with Richard Jungas, owner of California Funeral Alternatives, serving Escondido and Poway, with Sandra Pena, McLeod Mortuary, Escondido, with Isabel Velaree, El Camino Memorial, Encinitas.

Megan Comer, of AlhiserComer Mortuary, Escondido, generally agrees and adds:

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If decedent is on hospice or has a doctor, then call hospice first; they contact mortuary - hospice would pronounce. You may call the mortuary, who will pick up decedent, call the doctor and get cause of death and/or sign death certificate.

When planning for disposition of the decedent the family

needs to decide whether they want a traditional funeral or cremation.

Richard Jungas, California Funeral Alternatives: “The trend is toward cremation. We do both traditional funerals and cremations but cremations represent 85% of our service; in the county cremations represent 70%; at the state level we are seeing 65%; nationwide the figure is at about 50%. It’s a definite upward trend. 15-20 years ago cremations represented about 20% of dispositions. The trend is nationwide; we see about an 80% rate of cremaions in Washington state and Oregon, about 60% throughout all of California. What many people are not aware of is the differing religious and cultural traditions that are observed at funerals.

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Dick Jungas: “Buddhists, for example, employ cremation but they must be present at the cremation. Often, they will hold an all day ceremony, provide food for monks as well as those attending the ceremonies; they have to witness the body go into the cremation chamber. Part of the tradition includes someone in the family pushes the button to start the cremation. This symbolizes the past, as in India, where they light the funeral pyre. Other cultures have different practices, all of which we observe and accommodate. At Muslim funerals they practice burials, not cremation. They do not embalm the body. They have a certain way of shrouding the body when placed in the casket and their caskets are designed to decompose into the ground. They do not use metal caskets.

More and more churches and religious organizations are turning to cremation. The Catholic Church now accepts cremation where they didn't a few years ago. There are some restrictions, however, they don't allow scattering at sea or keeping ashes at home. We are seeing more and more cremations within the Mormon Church; the Jehovah’s Witnesses have very strict rules about their funeral practices. You cannot bring the body in cremated form or casket into their worship building. They always hold a graveside service. There is an old Jewish tradition that held a decedent should be buried with-

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

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• Venison for dinner again? Oh deer! • How does Moses make tea? Hebrews it. • England has no kidney bank, but it does have a Liverpool . • I tried to catch some fog, but I mist. • They told me I had type-A blood, but it was a Typo. • I changed my iPod's name to Titanic. It's syncing now. • Jokes about German sausage are the wurst. • I know a guy who's addicted to brake fluid, but he says he can stop any time. • I stayed up all night to see where the sun went, and then it dawned on me. • This girl said she recognized me from the vegetarian club, but I'd never met herbivore. • When chemists die, they barium. • I'm reading a book about anti-gravity. I just can't put it down.

in 24 hours of death but for practical reasons that is becoming more and more difficult. Often, it is not possible to get a death certificate in that short of a time. Durng the week, maybe, but on the weekends, very difficult. This tradition goes back to when Jews would die in the old country, often in a more rural setting, or in a small town. In today’s society and governmental rules and regulations - it often becomes difficult. Megan Comer, AlhiserComer: We provide services for a variety of religious and cultural beliefs and practices as well as the traditional funeral and cremations.

We do or have done Jewish funerals, Muslim, Catholic, Protestant, Russian Orthodox, Serbian Orthodox . . .we always try to accommodate the family in whichever cultural tradition they practice and prefer. Each funeral service may have different requirements: incense, preparation, clothing, themes, it is part of our training as funeral directors to be sensitive to these needs.

In a traditional Catholic service, for example, typically we see a Rosary/Viewing period, then the next morning mass and burial. Sandra Pena, McLeod Mortuary: “We probably do about 40% cremations - usually 50/50 but we tend the more traditonal funerals If I Die Before I Wake Cont. on Page 3

• I did a theatrical performance about puns. It was a play on words. • Why were the Indians here first? They had reservations. • I didn't like my beard at first. Then it grew on me. • Did you hear about the cross-eyed teacher who lost her job because she couldn't control her pupils? • When you get a bladder infection, urine trouble. • Broken pencils are pointless. • What do you call a dinosaur with an extensive vocabulary? A thesaurus. • I dropped out of communism class because of lousy Marx. • I got a job at a bakery because I kneaded dough. * Velcro - what a rip off! • Don’t worry about old age; it doesn’t last. 'Circumcised'

A teacher noticed that a little boy at the back of class was scratching his crotch, and not paying attention. She went back to find out what was going on. He was quite embarrassed and whispered that he had just recently been circumcised and he was quite itchy. The teacher told him to go down to the principal's office.

He was told to telephone his mother and ask her what he should do about it. He did and returned to his class. Suddenly, there was a commotion at the back of the room.

She went back to investigate only to find him sitting at his desk with his 'private part' hanging out.

'I thought I told you to call your mum!' she said. 'I did,' he said, 'And she told me that if I could stick it out until lunchtime, she'd come and pick me up from school.” Activity Center

Dan and Stan were sitting on a bench, wondering what to do. They only had $5 between them and they wanted to do something fun. Five dollars wasn't enough to go to the movies, get drinks at a bar, eat a nice meal or anything they liked to do.

Exasperated, Stan says "just give me the $5, I'll go in that Rite-Aid and find something. Just trust me, I'll figure something out." Dan gives him the five and waits outside. A few minutes later, Stan emerges with a huge smile on his face. "Dan! I found the perfect thing! It's so awesome, you're never going to believe it!" "OK...what did you get?" Stan proudly holds out a box of tampons. Dan says "What the hell did you get those for?!" Stan says "Dude, read the side of the box. With these, we can go swimming, we can go horseback riding, we can play tennis...." The Tip

An old man stops by a cafe for breakfast. After paying the tab, he checks his pockets and leaves three pennies for a tip.

As he strides toward the door, his waitress muses, only half to herself, "You know, you can tell a lot about a man by the tip he leaves."

The old man turns around, curiosity getting the better of him. "Oh, really?

Tell me, what does my tip say?"

"Well, this penny tells me you're a thrifty man." Barely able to conceal his pride, the man utters, "Hmm, true enough."

"And this penny, it tells me you're a bachelor."

Surprised at her perception, he says, "Well, that's true, too." "And the third penny tells me that your father was also a bachelor." Senior Dress Code

Many of us 'Old Folks' (over 40) are quite confused today about how we should present ourselves. Feeling 'young', we try to conform to current fashions and present a youthful image. Contrary to what you may have seen on the streets, the following combinations DO NOT go together and should be avoided: 1. A nose ring and bifocals 2.. Spiked hair and bald spots 3. A pierced tongue and dentures 4. Miniskirts and support hose 5. Ankle bracelets and corn pads 6. Speedo's and cellulite 7. A belly button ring and a gall bladder surgery scar 8. Unbuttoned disco shirts and a heart monitor 9. Midriff shirts and a midriff bulge 10. Bikinis and liver spots 11. Mini skirts and varicose veins And, Most importantly

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Social Butterfly

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ets selling fast). CCAE free community events are held on the first Wednesday of each month; and Saturday, November 12th, Second Saturday, Surrealist Self Portraits. For tickets or more information, call the box office at 800.988.4253 or visit the website at www.Artcenter.org. California Center for the Arts, Escondido, (CCAE) is located at 340 N. Escondido Blvd, Escondido.

Evelyn Madison The Social Butterfly Email Evelyn at:

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Table Tennis “PingPong” at San Marcos Gym - The San Marcos Gym accommodates locals -- young adults and seniors, usually Friday’s 1-5pm, but also available all day throughout the week in the Tunnel Room. Those interested in competing as well for the US Open and Senior Olympics could find sparring partners and new friends. Contact the Gym for details at 760.744.9494, ext 3700, or Richard at 760.752.3111. Help keep your brain and body from deteriorating by playing regular table tennis.

Center for the Arts Shows for November – Friday, November 4th, The Midtown Men (4 stars from the original cast of Jersey Boys); Sunday, November 6th, Marta Lledo, An Evening of Tango Piano; and Montgomery Gentry Country Sensation; Saturday, November 12th, Whose Live Anyway?; Now thru November 13th, Heated Exchange: Contemporary Encaustics; Saturday, December 3rd, Pink Martini (tick-

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than cremations. We provide services for many different cultural and religious beliefs. One practice we see is from the Filipino community. They have two to three days of viewing in the home or at the mortuary. They will have us bring the loved one into the mortuary and prepare the individual for viewing - then they have the option of holding the viewing at home or at our mortuary. This is also commonly seen within the Hispanic community. They often have viewing at home, then the next day they go to church, followed by burial. In Mexico, the hospital issues death certificate . . . here it takes a day or two . . . we accommodate those traditions, including overnight visitation. We offer preparation/dressing/cosmetology . . . then transport to home for open casket viewing.”

McLeod Mortuary handles a great many Hispanic funerals; so many that they have formed a separate entity known as Funeraria del Angel McCloud. They offer bilingual assistants and are well trained in the hispanic community and traditions/cultural they follow. Isabel Velaree, El Camino Memorial, Encinitas: We probably do around 75% cremationswith 25% traditional funerals. We own our own crematory. To accommodate different religious

Senior Anglers Ready for Lake Wohlford Opener - The Senior Anglers of Escondido will welcome head ranger for Lake Wohlford, George Scalo, to their November 4th general meeting. Scalo will talk about December’s opening day of trout fishing season at the lake, recent stockings of Nebraska Tailwalker trout, and the recent switch of selling fishing permits from the local concessionaire to the ranger station at the lake. He will also update the club on the city’s plans for the upcoming construction that will raise the height of the dam and allow for more water storage, and an increased fishing area. Lake Wohlford is one of two public fishing lakes in the City of Escondido’s water storage system. Senior Anglers of Escondido is open to all anglers age 50 and above, with meetings held the second Friday of each month, at the Park Avenue Community Center, 210 Park Ave., Escondido, 92025. Doors open at 8:30 am, meetings start at 9:30am. Members of the club enjoy local freshwater fishing, summer saltwater charters, RV camping, and community service to help kids go fishing. For info, visit the website at http://senioranglersofescondido.net/. Soroptimists to Hold Fundraiser At Escondido Winery Friday - Soroptimist International of Vista and North County Inland are hosting a “Wine and All That Jazz” fundraiser from 5:30 to 8pm on Friday, November 4th, at Belle Marie Winery, 26312 Mesa Rock Rd, Escondido. For a $25 donation, guests will be treated to wine tasting and appetizers plus live music by the PCH Jazz Band. For more information see soroptimistvista.org or email servpro8724@roadrunner.com. This Soroptimist club has members from Vista, San Marcos, Escondido, and Fallbrook, and is part of an

and cultural beliefs and practices we can provide for 24 hour viewing . . . We have a chapel, a viewing room, and a reception area.

international service organization of business women who seek to improve the lives of women and girls both locally and internationally. Funds raised by the club are distributed to a variety of local non-profits and also directly to women and girls in need. The club meets for lunch every first and third Friday in Vista. See soroptimistvista.org, Like us on Facebook, or contact soroptimistinternationalvista@gmail.com.

“Baby with the Bathwater” Onstage Oceanside Theatre Company opens its 2016-17 Season with a sharp and topical comedy, Baby with the Bathwater” (written by Christopher Durang) live on stage at The Brooks, now thru November 13th, Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30pm and Sunday matinees at 2pm. The theatre is located at 217 North Coast Hwy. The cast is comprised of North County talent: Julia Nardi-Loving as Helen, Spencer Rodman as John, Rosie Gordon as Nanny, Morgan Taylor Altenhoff as Cynthia, and Dylan Kawalec as Daisy. Tickets are on sale at www.oceansidetheatre.org. Admission is $25/general, $19/seniors (55+), $15/students and military. Reservations are strongly recommended. Oceanside Theatre Company operating The Brooks Theatre and Studio 219 is a 501c3 non-profit organization. Interested guests may look up Oceanside Theatre Company on Facebook and “like” it for additional info and for other events at the venue or call 760.433.8900.

Center to Hold Bingo and Lunch - The Gloria McClellan Senior Center will hold Bingo for Prizes at 11:15am, on November 8th, 15th, and 22nd, at 1400 Vale Terrace Drive. Join in for free games and enjoy lunch at noon. Lunch reservations are required to play bingo. Call 760.643.5287 one day prior to reserve. Suggested contribution of $4.00/per meal for those over 60; those under 60 pay $6.00/person. Woman’s Club of Vista Meeting Announced - The Woman’s Club of Vista meets the second Wednesday of the month at the Shadowridge Golf Club, 1980 Gateway Drive, Vista, at 10:30am. The program for November 9th will be ”Getting to

Know You” led by Judy Pantazo, 1st Vice President-Dean. Luncheon cost is $18/person. Everyone is invited to meet the club’s friendly members. Reserve at 760.822.6824. Visit the website at www.womansclubofvista.org.

Senior Travel Trip of the Week – Living Coast Discovery Center (formerly Nature Center), zoo and aquarium is a natural treasure on San Diego Bay, situated on the Sweetwater Marsh National Wildlife Refuge; lunch at the Gallery at the Marina in Chula Vista (you will have your choice of three selections); and tour the new library in San Diego for a docent Architectural tour, on Wednesday, November 9th, all for $73/person. Call for details and/or reservations or stop by the Escondido Senior Travel Center to register for this trip, 760.745.5414.

Vista Friends & Newcomers Meeting – Attendees were delighted by the wonderful presentation of “Comic-Con-Costumes” presented by Elizabeth DeBoer at the October 13th Coffee Meeting. She described in detail the hours spent in doing the research, shopping, machine sewing, and attaching the jewels by hand. What a talented lady she is. Thanks to Carla Berhold and Janet Leary for scheduling this amazing event. Vista Friends and Newcomers meet the second Thursday each month at the “Arcadia Place Retirement Home,” 1080 Arcadia Place (corner East Vista Way and Arcadia) in Vista. Plan to join us at the next meeting on November 10th, at 9:30am for coffee and snacks, a short business meeting and then we will be playing Bingo and awarding prizes. For additional information, call 760.630.8720 or 760.758.7717. Center to Hold Veterans Day Luncheon The Gloria McClellan Senior Center will hold a “Veterans Day Luncheon” at noon November 10th at 1400 Vale Terrace Drive in Vista. Come early as they will feature the Barbershop Harmonies Society at 11:15am.

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Jewish services within 24 hours of death is difficult, but can be done.

We’ve been here since 1947 and are on call 24/7; we do have an answering service if/when we are away from the office. Dealing With Veterans

All mortuaries pretty much agree on services offered to veterans and their families. It is important to know some basic facts:

The family will need to provide the veteran’s form DD214. This proves the veteran is a veteran and is entitled to full VA honors, which includes a US flag and military honors, plus burial at a national cemetery such as the new Miramar Veterans Cemetery, or Rosecrans (cremains only; no room left for traditional burial) or in Riverside County. A headstone is included with the burial. Many families are not aware of veteran benefits until the mortuary explains it to them, and,

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The Paper • Page 4 • November 3, 2016 Golden Door Files Lawsut Against Vallecitos Water District

Golden Door Properties, a limited liability company which operates the Golden Door Spa, has filed a lawsuit against the Vallecitos Water District petitioning for a writ of mandate and injunctive relief.

The suit revolves around the recent vote taken by the Board of Directors of the District in which the board declined to raise water rates to rateholders, by a 3-2 vote.

Golden Door argues in its petition that the district is selling water for less than it pays for it and that this practice will erode the financial reserves of the district as the district is essentially paying for the difference between their wholesale cost of water and what they are charging their rate payers.

Vallecitos doesn’t have any of its own water, so it resells water it buys from distant rivers or from the new desalination plant in Carlsbad. The cost to get water has risen, particularly because of the expensive desalinated water the district pays for, but the board has not passed along those costs to customers. Mike Sannella is the board’s chairman and he voted against a rate increase this year. He believes the board and the district’s staff should work harder to save money before it asks for money from customers. “We haven’t gone through the process to make the cuts yet, and staff has been reluctant to do so, and in some cases refuses to do so,” Sannella said, though he acknowledges they might not find enough new money and rates may still rise.

The average Vallecitos customer uses 12 units of water each month. A unit is 748 gallons. This year, Vallecitos paid $40.32 to buy that much water and then resold the water for $38.72, a $1.60 loss.

That’s pocket change for one customer but adds up for the district. To pay operating costs, the district has been withdrawing millions from its reserve funds.

Other water agencies have taken money out of savings to protect customers from rate shock, but they usually do so with plans to eventually break even. Vallecitos does not yet have such a plan. In Vallecitos, the low rates have become an issue in this fall’s water board elections. Depending on who you ask, the low rates are a prudent move to protect ratepayers, a political stunt, or a longterm problem that endangers the whole district’s financial health.

What helped bring this issue up was the board’s recent Assurance Letter to the Newland Project, which the plaintiffs argue is contrary to established law. They claim undefined “water conservation measures” (rationing) required for excessive development, as well as misrepresentations in water usage computations were used in error in granting the Assurance Letter to the Newland Sierra Project, which, claim the plaintiffs, creates a population center larger than the enite city of of Del Mar. Retiring board member Jim Hernandez and present board member and candidate for re-electdion, Betty Evans, both voted for the rate increase. Evans is competing with real estate agent Kelly Crews who opposes a rate increase, and retired engineer Mike Hunsaker, who supports it. Escondido Incumbent City Council Candidate Draws Ire of Animal Activists

Escondido City Council Member Mike Morasco had drawn the angry attention of those animal activists who are deteremined to put Puppy Mills and retail stores that support Puppy Mills out of business.

No luck. Called AAA. (If you don't have AAA your really should. They saved my bacon on several occasions.)

Had a superb driver from AAA arrive, Humberto Arce, from Sky Towing. I've used Sky Towing before and they are superb! Their drivers treat you like family the minute they arrive. He hooked up my car, towed me to a repair shop, then drove me home, dropped me off right in front of my house.

Man About Town

Lots of items this week . . . and lots of bouquets to throw out to people who really are an asset to this North San Diego County community.

First bouquet . . . to the folks at Sky Towing. Seldom have I seen a company that is more customer service oriented. Last Thursday evening I had a business meeting in San Diego. I hate driving in the dark but had no choice. Finished the meeting, headed home, turned off from N15 to Via Rancho Parkway; as I slowed down my car belched and shuddered. I kept driving though the engine seemed to be running a bit rough. Headed past San Pasqual High School, check engine light came on . . kept going . . . then the engine flat out stopped. And the battery light came on as well. Pulled off to the side ramp. Tried to restart the car.

Curious, the next morning I called the owner of Sky Towing, Nash Maroki. I was surprised to learn that Sky Towing has 45 tow trucks! Surprised . . . but knowing how well he hires people, how well he trains them, and how well the entire team handles customer service, I was no longer surprised at the wonderful growth of his company. You treat people right, you’ll succeed.

I also called the folks at AAA to let them know what a great contractor they had in Sky Towing and that if/when I ever need roadside assistance again I shall definitely request Sky Towing. First Class Service!

The next morning I rented a car from my favorite car rental place, Bargain Rent-A-Car, 317 S. Escondido Blvd., Escondido. As usual, Kathy answered the phone in her cheery voice, drove over to the house and picked me up and I soon

It was revealed that Councilmember Morasco had accepted donations of at least $4,000, this quarter, from retail merchants that were actively involved in selling pups and dogs that allegedly were from Puppy Mills. David Salinas, the principal, who owns Mini Toy Puppies, San Marcos, National City Puppy, National City, and The Fancy Puppy of Corona, CA. donated $3000 from each establishment with an additional $500 coming from Kayla Kerr, Riverside, Ca., who is listed as Vice President of Operations of The Fancy Puppy, and $500 from Josh Steggal, a Fancy Puppy associate. Morasco and Mayor Sam Abed had been contaced by activists who were seeking support for legislation banning puppy and dogs sales at the retail level unless they were from rescue organizations or Humane Societies. They were not encouraged to pursue legislation.

Many San Diego cities have passed legislation that bans the sale of animals brought in from “Puppy Mills,” including San Marcos and Oceanside as well as the city of San Diego. There seems to be organized opposition to Councilmember Morasco based on his acceptance of these funds from the most prominent person in San Diego associated with alleged Puppy Mill sales.

The Paper had endorsed Mike Morasco for re-electdion but, given these latest findings, has opted to rescind that endorsement. “The Paper cannot support or endorse any candidate who is in the pocket of the Puppy Mill industry,” said lyle e davis, editor and publisher of The Paper. “We endorsed him based on his experience in office; we are aware that he does not particularly like us, or The Paper, and even though we disagreed philosophically on several issues, we put that aside and endorsed him. This, however, is a deal breaker. Anyone who supports puppy mills, directly or indirectly, will get no support from us.”

had the keys to a spiffy little red roadster. They, too, are a great company to deal with.

Second bouquet . . . as many of you are aware we came very close to losing our eldest son a bit over a month ago. He had gone into a diabetic coma and had been in that coma for several hours before we discovered him. As the EMT’s wheeled him out of the home, into the ambulance, I pretty much lost it. I was certain I had lost my eldest son, that he would not possibly survive. (For all diabetics out there . . . his blood sugar was 25. I, too, am a diabetic and the lowest I’ve ever been is 45 . . . and I was on the verge of a coma.). Came a week in hospital and then he was transferred to a nursing home. This frightened me as I have seen some nursing homes that are terrible places . . . little more than warehouses for aged and infirm.

As I drove up to Valle Vista Long Term Nursing Care, 1025 W. 2nd Avenue, Escondido, I was pleasantly surprised to see a very attractive building - at least from the exterior. Upon entering I found the facility to be nice and clean and lots of staff with smiles on their faces. We had lucked out. Valle Vista is a wonderful place! Super talented and friendly staff. The even better news is that after two weeks I picked Scott up on Tuesday of last week. They had worked wonders! When

Letters to the Editor Re: Pastor Joe Garcia

I take exception to Andy Pino's letter referring to Pastor Joe Garcia as a "neophyte, nonpolitically experienced male as a classic example of raw politics." Pastor Garcia is running against Olga Diaz for the Escondido City Council. He is a man of high morals, principles and integrity who wishes to serve his community. To insinuate he was forced to run against Olga Diaz by Mayor Sam Abed is poor judgement. Does not Mr. Pino know that Ms. Diaz was also once a neophyte, nonpolitically experienced woman (and) a classic example of raw politics as well? One must serve and/or work in order to become 'experienced!'

/s/Jeanne Bunch Escondido, CA.

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first admitted Scott’s hands had heavy tremors, he had difficulty walking, talking, feeding himself. Today, his hands are firm and steady, he walks well, albeit with a cane, and he talks well. He’s quite the story teller so talking is important.

He was diagnosed as having had brain damage but, if accurate, it appears to us that the brain damage was minimal. We’ll know more when he sees a neurologist.

We got our eldest son back from the jaws of death. That’s a mighty good feeling. Our deepest thanks to the doctors, nurses, and staff at Valle Vista Skilled Nursing in Escondido! Third bouquet: My pal, Dr. Greg Hurt, that really impressive dental genius in San Marcos (at San Marcos Dental Center) is doing it again this year. He is buying back candy from Halloween Trick-or-Treaters and sending that candy to our troops overseas. He’s buying the candy starting November 1st, 2nd and today, 3rd. Give his office a call at 760.743.4311 . . . or stop by with your nummy-goods at 162 S. Rancho Santa Fe, San Marcos.

Fourth Bouquet: This Saturday you need to clear your schedule and head on down to Escondido’s Grape Day Park and bring your appetite (and wallet) with you. It’s the free famly fun event, the

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often, will assist you and the family in ensuring all benefits are received that the veteran is entitled to. Families should also be aware that Mortuary services are not included within VA coverage. Insurance

All mortuaries offer pre-need insurance plans that will lock in your present day costs for future need and will guarantee coverage of services and merchandise. Any additional costs, if any, should be minimal . . or, there may even be monies reurned as the policy earns interest. Most mortuaries also offer a courtesy plan where you determine the funeral service(s) you want, which is kept on file and paid when the actual need arises. Who We Spoke With:

Linda Allen, Allen Brothers Mortuary, San Marcos and Vista Chapel. She has been in the profession for 14 years, taking over Allen Brothers when her dad, Bob Allen, passed away.

It is a family owned and operated mortuary. Allen Brothers Mortuary Funeral Home 435 N Twin Oaks Valley Rd (760) 744-4522 Allen Brothers Mortuary Funeral Home 1315 S Santa Fe Ave (760) 726-2555 allenbrothersmortuary.com

Richard Jungas, California Funeral Alternatives, Escondido and Poway.

He and his wife, Marcia, have been in the profession for 50 years. The firm is locally owned and operated by the Jungas family. Escondido - 760-737-2890 Poway - 858-842-3000 http://cafuneralt.com/

Megan Comer, AlhiserComer Mortuary, Escondido. A third generation family owned business since 1897. She is a licensed funeral director with a business degree. Megan’s dad, Stuart Comer, took over Alhiser-Wilson and renamed the firm; while not active in the business on a day to day basis, he relies on her, her sister, Nicole, and their experienced staff. 225 S Broadway, Escondido, CA 92025 Phone: (760) 745-2162

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Costs vary from one funeral home to another and depends in large part on what services you would like, what merchandise you would like, caskets, formal viewing room/times, hearse, pastor, music, flowers, etc. Cremations are less expensive than traditional funerals and/or burials.

Given our diverse populations you often have “traditional’ funerals that differ from what many of us would call “traditional.” As mentioned earlier in this story, Buddhists have a certain tradition to their funeral, Catholics have for theirs,

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Free Veterans Day Concert on November 11th – The Valley Center/Pauma Music Boosters announce their annual Free Veterans Day Concert on Friday, November 11th, at 1pm, at the Maxine Theater in Valley Center. The concert will feature the award-winning Valley Center Middle and High School Choirs, Concert Bands, Jazz Bands, and Marching Band in a rousing salute to our nation’s service members. ”This event has become an annual tradition in Valley Center and features hundreds of talented students who willingly give their time on their day off to salute those who have served our Country,” said Ruth Stephens, VCP Music Boosters’ president. It can be a full house so come

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The Healthy 75th Assembly District

The 75th Assembly District which I represent includes the wonderful communities of Fallbrook, Temecula, San Marcos, Escondido, Bonsall, Rainbow, Hidden Meadows, Valley Center, Palomar Mountain, Pauma, eight Tribal sovereign nations and parts of unincorporated Vista and Murrieta. Representing almost 500,000 people is a big responsibility, with important issues that affect our lives on a daily basis. These include traffic congestion, water reliability, jobs, education, healthcare access and affordability, and protecting our personal freedoms. Infrastructure for freeways/roads and drinking/irrigation water has not kept pace with growth in Southern California. The State has the budget to address these issues without affecting the commitment to our schools, but has not done so. That is why I continue to support and introduce legislation making funding for transportation, roadway improvements and water expansion a priority. Our precious agriculture, our families and businesses rely on affordable, reliable supplies of

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As a mother, I want excellent educational opportunities and more alternative programs for all students, including on-line courses and charter schools. Protecting our 2nd Amendment rights, supporting job growth and creating transparency in government are issues I continue to champion.

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Escondido Tamale Festival!

We attended last year and was amazed at the great turnout and at how well organized the event was. Colorful vendor stands and a wide variety of tamales . . . all absolutely delicious.

You can piddle around all you want Saturday morning just as long as you are at Grape Day Park by 11am. I’ll be watching to make sure you are there. On time. That’s when the event kicks off. It runs till 5pm and you’ll have an absolute blast. Thanks to Alex MacLachlan, that auld Scot, who, with his kilt and bagpipe in full form, managed to stage this event last year with such brilliant success and, knowing him, this year will be even bigger and brighter. For more information, go here:

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Fifith Bouquet: My dear friend, Arie de Jong, stepped up to the plate to help the North County San Diego Veterans Stand Down event.

Arie, who bought the Green Oaks Ranch, then invested heavily in modernizing it and updating the facilities and provided a home for folks down on their luck and having problems with addictions and/or other personal family problems, has offered the Green Oak Ranch as the venue for a Veteran’s Stand Down coming in January, 2017. The Stand Down is an event where veterans who are down on their luck, many of whom are homeless, are brought together for feeding, medical and dental checkups, haircuts, counseling in a variet of areas, and a whole lot more.

The big event takes place in January of 2017 and we will be big supporters. It’s the least you and me can do for our veterans.

Keep your eye on this column and we’ll bring you up to speed as we get closer. And, Arie de Jong . . . you area a candidate for Sainthood! Thanks for making the Green Oaks Ranch available to our veterans! This Friday, November 4th, is the day of my birth.

So many years ago I arrived on this planet and was soon put in swaddling clothes. I remember it as though it were yesterday. There was a big star in the sky and there were these three strangers who dressed kinda funny and spoke even funnier. I thought at first they may have come from Alabama as one of them had a banjo on his knee.

I intend on celebrating by clapping hands and dancing with joy . . . or by weeping and sobbing . . . depending upon how the election turns out next week. I may just weep and sob regardless of who wins. Incidentally, you can delete frankincense and mryhh from the gift list. I know gold is a whole lot heavier but . . .well, you know.

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early and get your seat. You are also encouraged to support the students by buying lunch from the Music Boosters starting at noon at the Maxine Theater that day. The Music Boosters help purchase and keep hundreds of instruments tuned up and in good shape for 5th-12th graders in the VC bands. The boosters also fund the ability for both band and chorus to participate in competition events at the middle and high school levels. Tighter budgets mean there is an ever important role of the boosters. Their annual goal is more than $60,000 to cover expenses of these programs including uniforms and performance clothing, and additional programs such as color guard, marching band field show, and drum line. For more information about the Valley Center/Pauma Music Boosters and how you can help, email vcmusicboosters@gmail.com, visit www.vcpmusicboosters.org or find and like the Valley Center Pauma Music Boosters on Facebook. LSM Democratic Club Nov Meeting – Election results will be known by the meeting date, Saturday, November 12th, and Jess Durfee has been invited to review the implications of the outcome. Jess is a member of the Democratic National Committee and Past Chairman of the San Diego Democratic Party. The meeting will start at 12:30pm/social time, at the Pavilion, 1105 La Bonita Dr., San Marcos. Check the website at http://www.lsmdem.org for directions, call 760.743.2990, or email president@lsmdem.org. Check the website for details and mark your calendar for the Annual Holiday Luncheon on December 10th at the Spaghetti Factory.

African Violet Society Meeting – Just for this month, the San Diego North County African Violet Society will meet on Monday, November 14th at 10:30am-12:30pm, in the Community Room at the west side of the Vista Library. Mr. Mueller will speak about Mueller Greenhouses in Vista. The Culture Class will be a review of the history of violets as they were discovered on hills in Tanzania and Kenya and how they eventually came to Europe and then America. There will be door prizes, a raffle and an auction. Refreshments are furnished by the Club. For info, contact Pauline Mueller, 760.433.4641 or email paulinemueller520@yahoo.com.

Historically Speaking by Tom Morrow

North County’s Beloved ‘Mr. Piano Man’

This week’s column is a slight departure from the usual history fare, yet it really isn’t. I’m going to tell you about an amazing man who lived a fascinating and historic 96 years.

Dick Adams of Fallbrook was known throughout North County, especially in Escondido, for his piano-playing popularity. Most of those who knew him were aware he was an excellent musician, but little else. There was much, much more to Dick’s life than just that of a piano player. Much, much more.

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“One day my brother and I were in the hotel elevator going down to the lobby and on one of the floors Mr. Mack got into the car,” Dick recalled. “After the doors closed, he looked at me and my brother then said: ‘You two boys look like you should be playing baseball for my team.’” The two brothers looked at each other. Dick said he couldn’t resist.”

“Yes sir. We’re your left and right fielders,” Dick told the old man.

The baseball legend, who was 90 years old at the time, gave a slight smile and walked out of the elevator into the lobby without saying a word. “I don’t think he ever spoke to us again. In fact, I don’t think he ever remembered who we were.”

(Connie Mack, who began playing in 1886, would go on to manage the Pittsburgh Pirates and the Philadelphia Athletics, later became a club owner and is in the Baseball Hall of Fame. He died in 1956 at the age of 93). After one season in the majors, Dick spent the next three decades as a high school physical education instructor. Music was more or less a hobby.

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Dick said by the time he and his brother joined the team, Mack was more or less a figure head.

“Oh, Mr. Mack would sit in the dugout each game, but he didn’t do any managing,” Dick recalled. “Before the game, Mr. Mack would walk onto the field and point in several directions in the outfield as if to be giving instructions. He really wasn’t -- that was just for the fans.”

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Mack’s Philadelphia Athletics of the American League baseball club.

Dick was born in 1921. He didn’t talk much about his early years, but on one of our playing ‘gigs’ (I played and sang with Dick in an Oceanside-based combo), he told me about his war years back in the early 1940s.

“I took my Army Air Corps training at the base in Santa Ana,” Dick told me. “After basic training, I was assigned to my permanent duty station.” He was grinning. “I spent the entire war in Hollywood at the NBC studios.” The Army realized he not only was a musician, (trumpet and piano), but he was a musical arranger as well. “I played the trumpet and arranged all the music for a weekly Army Air Corps musical radio program,” he told me. “We had a lot of big name celebrities as guests on the show – it was quite a production each week.”

After the War, Dick set about trying to play professional baseball. In 1953, after knocking around playing at the minor league level, Dick and his brother landed outfield positions on Connie

In his retirement years, it was his piano work that most of us who knew him loved about Dick. He was one of those rare musicians who could play anything – I mean “anything.” If he could hear a few of the opening notes, he could pick it up and play the tune like he had written it. It’s called “playing by ear.”

At a Christmas gig one year when Dick and I were playing with the Eddie Kruck combo, we were going to close the evening with the great World War II ballad, “We’ll Meet Again,” the one Vera Lynn made famous. Ironically, Dick hadn’t heard of it, or didn’t remember. So, I hummed a few bars. Dick picked it up and played right along as I sung. He played like he’d played the song for years.

Dick died peacefully in his sleep two weeks ago at the age of 96. Those of us who knew him wouldn’t argue that he didn’t look a day over 65. He gave piano lessons each week and played at least two or three gigs on a regular basis. Over the past few months, however, Dick started having trouble getting around. He told Eddie a few weeks ago, “I’m ready to close the last chapter.” Dick Adams is one of my “most unforgettable” characters I’ve known.

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At some point you have to give up the 'DAISY DUKE' shorts. ••••• There is finally conclusive evidence that Osama bin Laden and Muammar Gaddafi are dead. Yesterday, they both registered to vote in Chicago ••••• "God made man before woman to give him time to think of an answer for her first question." ••••• Lyle's Pickup Lines:

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Lyle walks into an upscale cocktail lounge. He is very well-dressed, smelling slightly of an expensive after-shave, hair well-groomed, great-looking suit, flower in his lapel. He presents a suave, well-lookedafter image. Seated at the bar is an elderly finelooking lady (mid-seventies).

Lyle walks over, sits along-side of her, orders a drink, takes a sip, turns to her and says, "So tell me, good looking, do I come here often?"

Jokes about German sausage are the absolute wurst. ••••• Alcohol and calculus don't mix. So don't drink and derive. ••••• Three guys from the government took a couple of days off and went deer hunting. They were a Democratic Senator, a Republican Congressman, and the Director of the U.S. Bureau of Statistics. Sneaking through the woods, they saw a large, handsome buck deer. The Senator fired first, missing the deer by five feet to the left. The Congressman quickly fired a round and missed the deer by five feet to the right. The Director yelled, "We got 'im!" ••••• There was a little girl who had a little curl Right in the middle of her forehead. When she was good, she was very, very good. But when she was bad... She got a fur coat, jewels and a sports car.

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‘Social Butterfly’ Cont. from Page 7 dren’s activities for its Annual "Santa's Village" to take place at the San Marcos Community Center, 3 Civic Center Drive, on Saturday, December 3, from 9am to 7pm. For an application or more information, go to www.san-marcos.net/specialevents or call 760.744.9000.

Save the Date for the RB Chorale’s “Sing Noel and More!” - It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas - at least at the rehearsals of RB Chorale it is! The shows are coming together, the music is being rehearsed, the new members welcomed and the dates firmed up. Save the date for Pat Bean and the RB Chorale’s presentation of Sing Noel and More! at the Poway Center for the Performing Arts at 7pm on Friday, December 16th and Saturday, December

17th and 1pm Sunday, December 18th. The show will feature lots of Christmas music with a dash of Hanukkah, a splash of specialty acts, and the Chorale’s signature song finale “Say It with a Song”. Santa Claus will be there with treats for the children and a Hallelujah Chorus singalong is planned for all. If you’d like to be a sponsor or join the RB Chorale Family, check out our Friends of the RB Chorale page at www.rbchorale.org/friends-of-chorale2016/. Tickets will go on sale November 1st. Watch for additional publicity here in The Paper.

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

November 9th

Olga Diaz

Council Member, Represents District 3

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Mary had a little lamb. Her father shot it dead. Now it goes to school with her, Between two chunks of bread. ••••• Being a midwestern kid, I was pulling for the Chicago Cubs . . . but I remember fondly the years Bruce Bochy was in San Diego and how he was good for the Padres and the Padres were good for, and to, him. So I had mixed emotions . . . but the better time won. But not by much. I'm not a great baseball fan anymore . . . preferred to play it, or coach it, or manage it, when the kids were little.

The game kinda bores me. I probably would never make it as a Cricket fan. Not sure whether I've passed the game by or the game has passed me by.

Watched a bit of the Series (or as the late Dizzy Dean used to call it, "the World Serious," but maybe an inning or two at a time. Too many other

Some people avoid politics. Others embrace it as a sport. Between the national campaigns and the local candidates, democracy has strained many friendships this year.

required. This is charming because it insinuates that we all have the same access and opportunity to participate in our government. The downside of this open democracy is that too often people who run for office are not qualified to handle the important subject matter they will face – public financing, land use planning, policy development. The greatest responsibility in our democracy then falls to the voters.

From my front row seat, I’ve learned a few things about how democracy works well and fails miserably at the same time. For starters, any US citizen who is eighteen and a registered voter can run Ideally all voting-age citizens would be for office. No other qualifications are informed and concerned about all issues

things to do.

I'll try to improve as a fan next year.

Meanwhile . . . there's FOOTBALL! ••••• Three contractors are bidding to fix a broken fence at the White House.

One is from Chicago, another is from Kentucky, and the third is from New Orleans. All three go with a White House official to examine the fence.

The New Orleans contractor takes out a tape measure and does some measuring, then works some figures with a pencil.

"Well," he says, "I figure the job will run about $9,000. That's $4,000 for materials, $4,000 for my crew and $1,000 profit for me." The Kentucky contractor also does some measuring and figuring, then

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He can go from “kitty zooms” to a cat nap in a matter of seconds. Guests who visit him in Rancho Coastal Humane Society’s cattery comment on the black strips of fur on his forehead. They make him look like he has raised eyebrows. The $125 adoption fee for Milano includes medical exam, vaccinations, neuter, and microchip. For more information call 760-7536413, visit Rancho Coastal Humane Society at 389 Requeza Street in Encinitas, or log on to SDpets.org. Kennels and Cattery open 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. every day but Tuesday.

Cheitos, a 4-year-old Domestic Short Hair mix, is looking for a loving home. This beautiful girl was brought in by her previous family who was no longer able to care for her. Since entering our care, she has been friendly and social with everyone she meets. Cheitos is a playful kitty who enjoys pouncing on her favorite toys and showing off her silly side. After playtime, she loves to snuggle close to her humans for extra scratches. She’s quite the love bug and can’t wait to find a special family to call her own! Cheitos is available for adoption at the San Diego Humane Society’s Escondido Campus located at 3450 East Valley Parkway. To learn more about making her part of your family, please call (760) 888-2275.

Democracy is messy. When November 9th comes, we will have the government we elect and that will have to be good enough. counseling, life coaching, and the caring support they need to overcome these obstacles, build resilience, and become selfreliant. You can help a young adult today by supporting their move-in. Contact North County Lifeline at 3142 Vista Way, Suite 400, Oceanside, 92056.

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when they vote, but this is also not the case. Voting for a “nice person” or someone endorsed by a particular political party is often the primary criteria. Voting for a single issue candidate, at the expense of all other important issues is like hiring someone who can only do one task.

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Most of what I hear is of complaints and criticism. The complaints are centered on what is happening in Washington, the drama of our Presidential Candidates, and the uncertainty of the future. All of this is directed toward persons and circumstances that don’t meet our standards and expectations.

How do we fit all of this into Thanksgiving? For many, the event will include a feast, family gatherings, fall decorations of pumpkins, and the cornucopia of garden produce. Perhaps we will even think about America’s first Thanksgiving. Is it possible to catch a true and

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meaningful experience of thanksgiving? This is the perfect time of the year to do it. A good way to start is by looking at what we in America have in comparison with most of the world. Our grocery stores are stuffed with food from all over the world. Libraries are available with more information and opportunities than we could ever digest. Our automobiles run with limited maintenance for at least 100,00 miles. Gas prices are staggeringly low. We live long and healthy lives because of modern medicine. And, of course, there is so much more.

Who do we thank for all of this? Some would say, “We did it. Let’s thank ourselves.” Others would say, “It is chance and circumstances, being at the right place at the right time.” And then there are those who pause with a spirit of humility and acknowledge it is more than luck, human ingenuity, and self-driven determination. What we have and where we are is due to the blessings, gifts, and favor of God, the Creator and Sustainer of all. We have no claim to arrogance, only expressions of gratitude. To catch this spirit and maintain it, I share a thought from Psalm 104, “Bless the Lord, O my soul, and forget none of His benefits.”


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many books in the Library’s catalog. The Library’s Children’s Room is a place to study and look for materials that can be borrowed with a Library card. Young patrons can access free Wi-Fi and use computers for homework equipped with high-speed Internet, the Microsoft Office Suite, and printing capabilities. Visit the Library and receive expert assistance from knowledgeable and friendly staff for all kinds of homework assignments. The Library also welcomes teachers and offers tours for classes, upon request. Contact the Youth Services Division at 760.839.5456 to discuss support for specific assignments and available resource options. Library programs and services are free and open to the public. For more information on programs, resources, and class tours, visit library.escondido.org/homework or contact Children’s Librarian Kristine Macalalad at 760.839.5458 or kmacalalad@escondido.org. The Library is located at 239 S. Kalmia St., Escondido.

Library Group Offers Replica of Historic “Stars” Road Sign - An historic Valley Center road sign from the 1940's has been reproduced by Friends of the Valley Center Library and is now available for purchase in the Library Bookstore. It is expected to become a much sought-after souvenir of an historic event. Metal signs bearing the poetic name "Highway to the Stars via Valley Center" were installed by the County Road Department and placed along the street now called Valley Center Road. They marked the route taken by engineers to transport the massive Hale Telescope to Palomar Mountain. It took two days, November 18 and 19, 1947, to pass through town as crowds lined the street to witness the event. The name appeared on maps and advertisements for years, and local businesses adopted that street name as their official address. The practice continued until the early 1960's. Over time, some of the official County signs were removed for road widening; others

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were taken as souvenirs. Today, only one original sign exists as the Valley Center History Museum. The Friends obtained a copy of the original sign from the Valley Center Historical Society and created an 11 x 17 poster-quality print which can easily be framed. It is selling for $5.00 at the Friends Bookstore inside the Library at 29200 Cole Grade Road. All proceeds benefit Library activities and programs. For more information, visit vcfol.org or call 760.749.4371. New Officers at Botanical Gardens – The Alta Vista Botanical Gardens announces their new officers for the 2016-2017 year; Ron Holloway, President; Art Logan, Vice President; John Voss, Secretary; and Ken Bouchard, Treasurer. They worked with board members Lois Walag, Dottie Logan, Ed Fitzgerald, Naomi and Bill Stein, Gail Stram, Nancy B. Jones, and newest member Ann Little to organize the Fall Fun Festival, held recently.

Gardens are located at 1270 Vale Terrace Drive, at the top of the hill in Brengle Terrace Park in Vista, and are open every day for a $5/entry fee. Annual memberships are available.

Leap to Success Founder was Speaker at Kiwanis Meeting – The guest speaker at a recent meeting of the Kiwanis Club of Sunrise Vista was Dana Bristol-Smith, founder of the Leap to Success program. Dana’s message to the Club was “How to Break Your Own Glass Ceiling or Get Yourself Unstuck from the Ruts of Life.” Also speaking was Kelly, a graduate of Leap to Success, who shared her story. The mission of Leap to Success is “To educate and empower women who are overcoming domestic violence, homelessness and other major life challenges to reach their greatest potential.” For more info, visit www.LeapToSuccess.org.

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The Garden also recognizes the work of Past President Bryan Morse, whose efforts over the past six years helped create the Ceremonial Garden and Pond, the Upper Jungle Creek and Pond, placement of sculptures throughout the Garden, maintaining and improving many trails and other garden areas. Community members who wish to volunteer at the Garden would be welcome. Contact Ron Holloway at 760.518.1554 or email him at rholloway@bhaincsd.com. Contact Ron also regarding rental facilities if you are having an event or wedding. The

l-r Dana Bristol-Smith, founder of Leap to Success; Elizabeth Jaka, President of the Kiwanis Club; and Kelly, a Leap to Success graduate. Contemporary Women Honors Members - GFWC Contemporary Women of North County (CWONC), a local

women’s volunteer organization and social club, recently honored three members for active participation in the club—Gina Ensalaco and Cheryl Marians, both 10 years and Kim Ashby, 5 years. CWONC is a member of the General Federation of Women’s Clubs (GFWC). Members are dedicated to strengthening their communities and enhancing the lives of others through volunteer service. Visit www.cwonc.org, www.gfwc.org and www.cfwc.org.

First Place Winners - Twin Oaks Women's Golf Team, representing Twin Oaks Golf Course in San Marcos, just took first place against other North County teams in the Santa Margarita match play season for the second straight year. Woman’s Club Honors Members - The Woman’s Club of Vista recently honored members who assisted at the Fall Fun Festival at Alta Vista Botanical Gardens. The ladies helped families with scarecrow construction and registration for the Scarecrow Contests. The club has supported the Gardens for many years with donations for various projects including the Gazebo project, which was in honor of the club’s 100 years. Nancy B Jones, club president, is the Director of the Children’s Programs at the Gardens. www.womansclubofvista.org. Items for the Social Butterfly? Email them to: thesocialbutterfly@cox.net


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Paul & Nome Van Middlesworth, The Computer Factory

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Malware, social engineering and you.

No anti-virus or anti-malware defensive software can protect you from “Social Engineering Exploits.” You and you alone can protect your PC and peace of mind from these soul-less scammers. “Social Engineering” is the broad term for the tactics used to induce you to accept an invitation or perform an act that allows them to “exploit” you to achieve their purpose. They appeal to your personal likes, dislikes, fears, greed, sympathy, compassion, paranoia, lust or pet perversions. They exploit you by appealing to the best and the worst of human nature. Teams of highly skilled criminals create the sophisticated PC programs we call “Malware.” Once inside your PC these programs set

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says, "I can do this job for $7,000. That's $3,000 for materials, $3,000 for my crew and $1,000 profit for me." The Chicago contractor doesn't measure or figure, but leans over to the White House official and whispers, "$27,000." "Incredulous!" says the official, "You didn't even measure like the other guys. How did you come up with such a high figure?

The Chicago contractor whispers back, "$10,000 for me, $10,000 for you, and we hire the guy from Kentucky to fix the fence." "Done!" replies the government official. And that, my friends, is how the Government Stimulus plan worked. Y'all Remember and tell everyone else you know.

about achieving their assigned tasks using your OS (operating system) and hardware. Their job may be to target you for ads, guide you to pay for play sites, report your browsing habits, mine your keystrokes for passwords and other personal data, establish your PC as a “robot” in a criminal network known as a “botnet,” use your email account, steal your identity or extort money from you through “scareware.”

The way they get their sophisticated exploits into your PC are often decidedly “low tech.” They may impersonate your bank, credit card issuer, E-mail service or a trusted source like Adobe or Microsoft. They will ask you to update your security information, click on a link or contact them by phone. They may contact you by mail or phone requesting that you return their call or click a link. They may contact you by an Email from a trusted friend or an official notice from the IRS, DOJ, FBI, DHS, ICE, CIA or any State or local law enforcement agency. They may send you an Email masquerading as your water, telephone or electric utility, cable or internet provider. You may get a notice by phone or on screen that “Windows” wants to help you with a computer problem. You may get an Email appeal from a dear friend who has been mugged in Istanbul or Timbuktu and needs money. Your reputation for honesty and reliability may Falls finest Sheriff's Deputies descend on Ole's house. They search the shed where the firewood is kept.

earn you a plea from the widow of a Nigerian prince who needs your help in getting $35 million out her low rent country. All she needs is your bank account number and password and you can keep half the money. Who falls for this kind of stuff ? You would be amazed. Perhaps only one person out of a ten thousand will respond to any particular exploit, but if they send out a million copies they’ll get a hundred victims. There are thousands of different exploits, each one aimed at a particular human frailty and there are three and a quarter billion Internet users. No matter how narrow or esoteric the exploit and no matter how tiny the percentage of Internet users that might

fix elevators."

I'm old, tired, and pee a lot.”

Using axes, they bust open every piece of wood, but find no marijuana.

'Thank you very much for the call, sir.'

'Hey, Ole! Dis here's Sven....Did the Sheriff come?' 'Yah!'

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lyle: "Really? You can do that?" lyle: "Wow! That sounds great!"

38% said "Yes", while 62% said "Never Again." •••••

'Did they chop your firewood?' 'Yah!'

'Happy Birtday, buddy! ••••• After a long day on the golf course, I stopped in at ‘Hooter's’ to see some friends and have some hot Wings and drinks.

I told him "The one who knows how to

lyle: "Yes, I suppose so."

lyle: "One of those obscene phone calls." ••••• A recent CNN poll asked 1,000 female DNC delegates if they would sleep with Bill Clinton.

Shortly, the phone rings at Ole's house.

After being there for a while, one of my friends asked me which waitress I would like to be stuck in an elevator with.

Our recommendation is to assume that every unsolicited invitation or offer is a criminal exploit and all offers for PC services on the WWW are scams. It may sound a bit self-serving but we’re beginning to think we are the only decent folks in this whole rotten Industry.

evelyn: "Who was that, dear?"

Four boxes keep us free: the soap box, the ballot box, the jury box, and the cartridge box. ••••• 'Hello, is dis the Redwood Falls Sheriff's Office?' 'I'm calling to report 'bout my neighbor Ole Johnson...He's hidin' marijuana inside his firewood! Don't quite know how he gets it inside dem logs, but he's hidin' it dere.'

Sooner or later curiosity overcomes caution and you click on a questionable link. It’s human nature. Later when you bring your PC to us you’ll probably say “I knew I shouldn’t have clicked that link.” It just takes one click and your PC cannot be saved without professional help.

lyle: "Yes, it was good to talk to you as well. Bye."

They sneer at Ole and leave.

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respond, there are thousands if not millions of potential victims.

lyle: "Hello?

lyle: "Yes it is."

lyle: "Yes, that does sound like fun."

lyle: "Dunno. I've heard of it but never tried it."


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ORDINANCE ADOPTED

ORDINANCE NO. 2016-1433 – AN INTERIM URGENCY ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SAN MARCOS, CALIFORNIA, IMPOSING A TEMPORARY MORATORIUM ON THE ESTABLISHMENT OF MARIJUANA DISPENSARIES, THE OUTDOOR CULTIVATION AND PROCESSING OF MARIJUANA, THE INDOOR CULTIVATION AND PROCESSING OF MARIJUANA IN EXCESS OF WHAT WOULD BE PERMITTED UNDER THE “CONTROL, REGULATE AND TAX ADULT USE OF MARIJUANA ACT,” IF APPROVED, AND THE USE AND POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA AND MARIJUANA PRODUCTS IN PUBLIC PLACES. WHEREAS, in 1970, Congress passed the Federal Controlled Substances Act (CSA), which prohibits the possession, cultivation, manufacture and distribution of marijuana, and classifies it as a Schedule 1 drug meaning it has no accepted medical value in treatment; and

WHEREAS, California law currently generally makes it a crime to possess, cultivate and process marijuana under Health and Safety (H&S) Code sections 11357 and 11358, respectively; and WHEREAS, in 1996, California voters approved Proposition 215 (H&S Code sections 11362.5, et seq.), entitled the Compassionate Use Act (CUA) to ensure that seriously ill individuals have the right to obtain and use marijuana for medical purposes when recommended by a physician. The CUA also exempts patients and their primary caregivers from criminal prosecution or sanctions under State law; and

WHEREAS, in 2003, the California Legislature passed Senate Bill 420 (H&S Code sections 11362.7, et seq.) to create the Medical Marijuana Program (MMPA), which established a voluntary State-authorized program for the issuance of medical marijuana identification cards to qualified patients and their primary caregivers, set limits on the amount of medical marijuana any individual could possess, and provided an exemption from State criminal liability for persons “who associate within the State of California in order collectively or cooperatively to cultivate marijuana for medical purposes”; and

WHEREAS, in 2006, the City Council enacted Chapter 5.54 under the San Marcos Municipal Code (SMMC) to prohibit the establishment of medical marijuana dispensaries as businesses, whether fixed or mobile, in all zones within the City’s jurisdictional limits. WHEREAS, in 2015, Governor Brown approved the Medical Marijuana Regulation and Safety Act (MMRSA), which created a comprehensive State licensing system for the cultivation, manufacture, transportation, storage, distribution, and sale of medical marijuana through Assembly Bills 243 and 266 and Senate Bill 643; and

WHEREAS, in 2016, in response to the passage of the MMRSA, the City Council amended SMMC Chapter 5.54 and Title 20 of the SMMC (Zoning Ordinance) to expressly and separately prohibit the commercial cultivation of marijuana, the delivery of marijuana, and the processing of marijuana within the City as business activities and land uses; and WHEREAS, on November 8, 2016, California voters will vote on Proposition 64, also known as the Control, Regulate and Tax Adult Use of Marijuana Act (AUMA), which would allow persons 21 years of age and older to (i) smoke, ingest or otherwise use nonmedical marijuana and marijuana products; (ii) purchase, possess, transport, obtain or give away without compensation to persons age 21 and older, up to 28.5 grams of marijuana or 8 grams of concentrated marijuana; and (iii) plant, cultivate or process up to six (6) living marijuana plants for personal use; and

WHEREAS, the AUMA, if approved, would allow local governments to continue prohibiting or regulating commercial operations, activities and uses relating to marijuana, including, but not limited to, prohibiting marijuana dispensaries, regulating personal cultivation and processing of marijuana indoors, prohibiting or regulating personal cultivation and processing of marijuana outdoors, and prohibiting the use and possession of marijuana and marijuana products in public places, including, but not limited to, within buildings owned, leased or occupied by a government agency; and WHEREAS, the City does not currently expressly prohibit or regulate commercial or personal operations, activities and uses of nonmedical marijua-

na because nonmedical marijuana is currently illegal under both Federal and State law; and

WHEREAS, if the AUMA is approved, the City would have no express provisions in place prohibiting or regulating nonmedical marijuana dispensaries, the cultivation and processing of marijuana outdoors, the cultivation and processing of marijuana indoors in excess of what would be permitted under the AUMA, and the use and possession of marijuana and marijuana products in public places, including on City property and the premises of a retailer; and

WHEREAS, in the interest of the immediate protection of the public health, safety and welfare, California Government Code sections 36937 and 65858 authorize local governments to adopt an interim ordinance as an urgency measure, without following the procedures otherwise required prior to adopting an ordinance, to prohibit any operations, activities and uses that the local government is considering, studying or intends to study within a reasonable time; and

WHEREAS, the City desires to impose a temporary moratorium on the operation of marijuana dispensaries, the outdoor cultivation and processing of marijuana, the indoor cultivation and processing of marijuana in excess of what would be permitted under the AUMA, as well as the use and possession of marijuana in public places, including on City property and the premises of a retailer, to immediately protect the health, safety and welfare of the community if the AUMA is approved, and to prevent adverse impacts that such operations, activities and uses may have on the community and nearby properties and residents; and

NOW, THEREFORE, the City Council of the City of San Marcos, California, in accordance with the freedom afforded to charter cities generally, and by the Charter of the City of San Marcos specifically, does ordain as follows: Section 1.Recitals. recitals are true and correct.

The foregoing

Section 2.Findings and Purpose. The adoption of this interim urgency Ordinance is necessary for the immediate protection of the public health, safety and welfare. Pursuant to Government Code sections 36937 and 65858, the City Council finds and declares that:

(a) T h e United States Supreme Court has continuously found that marijuana, including medical marijuana, violates Federal law under the CSA. In 2001, the Court held in United States v. Oakland Cannabis Buyers Cooperative, et al. that there was no “medical necessity” defense under the CSA, and therefore a medical marijuana dispensary could be enjoined from distribution and manufacturing. In 2005, the Court held in Gonzalez v. Raich that the Commerce Clause authorizes Congress to prohibit the cultivation or use of marijuana for medical purposes permitted by California law. The significance of the Raich decision is that Federal law enforcement agents may continue to enforce Federal drug laws against Californians who cultivate, use or dispense marijuana; and (b) Cities that have permitted medical or nonmedical marijuana dispensaries to operate in their jurisdictions, in California and nationally, have reported experiencing an overconcentration of such land uses; burglaries, robberies and thefts occurring at the dispensaries; an increase in other criminal activity in the vicinity of these dispensaries; teenagers, drug addicts and documented gang members loitering at the dispensaries; dispensary customers using marijuana and then driving under the influence of marijuana; dispensaries selling illegal drugs other than marijuana; dispensaries selling marijuana and marijuana products to minors; loss of trade for commercial businesses located near dispensaries; excessive energy use; and faulty and dangerous electrical and plumbing problems at the dispensaries; and

(c) Many of the violent crimes reported at marijuana dispensaries involve the use of weapons. In June 2016, a security guard of a marijuana dispensary in Aurora, Colorado, where nonmedical marijuana is legal and an influx of dispensaries has occurred as a result of the legalization of marijuana, was shot and killed during a robbery of the dispensary. That month, the owner of a medical marijuana dispensary in Walnut Park, California shot and wounded two armed men during a robbery attempt at his dispensary. A man was also shot and killed by a gang member at a Bakersfield medical marijuana dispensary in June of this year; and

(d) In the past, a number of medical marijuana dispensaries have attempted to operate in the City in violation of the SMMC and the Zoning

Ordinance. The City pursued successful code enforcement actions against those dispensaries. Although a prohibition of medical marijuana dispensaries is already addressed under the SMMC, if the AUMA becomes effective and in the absence of a moratorium, individuals might apply for City permits, licenses or other entitlements to operate nonmedical marijuana dispensaries, and the City would be required to process and issue the requested approvals, unless some clear violation of the SMMC or Zoning Ordinance exists on other grounds; and (e) Between 2005 and 2006, a marijuana dispensary operating in San Marcos that obtained a business license to operate as a “nutritional supplement store” was burglarized several times and the operators failed to report the break-ins to law enforcement; and

(f) California courts have upheld various local regulations governing or prohibiting marijuana cultivation and processing. In County of Tulare v. Nunes (2013), the Court of Appeal held that the CUA and the MMPA do not require Tulare County to define growing marijuana as an acceptable agricultural use of land. (215 Cal.App.4th 1188). Also in 2013, in Browne v. County of Tehama, the Court of Appeal found the MMPA did not preempt a local ordinance declaring that any cultivation of marijuana was a nuisance that could be abated. (213 Cal.App.4th 704). In Maral v. City of Live Oak, also decided in 2013, the Court of Appeal held that the CUA and the MMPA do not preempt a local agency’s police power to prohibit the cultivation of all marijuana within the jurisdiction. (221 Cal.App.4th 975); and

(g) Several jurisdictions throughout the State have reported adverse effects and nuisance impacts relating to marijuana cultivation and processing, including but not limited to, the strong and potentially noxious odors associated with mature marijuana plants; impacts to the environment, including spraying of chemicals and toxins (i.e. fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides, rodenticides and insecticides) at grow sites and and the potential for storm water runoff and groundwater impacts, greenhouse gas emissions, excessive energy use, generator use producing localized noise, irresponsible and significant water use (the California Department of Fish & Wildlife reported that researchers estimate each plant of marijuana consumes six gallons of water each day, which is problematic since California is currently in a multi-year drought), and dangerous fire hazards; damage to buildings surrounding the cultivation area; problems associated with mold, fungus and pests; abandonment of trash and waste once plants are harvested; proximity of children to areas under cultivation; visibility of grows from the public right-ofway; and an increase in crime, including robberies, theft and trespassing; and (h) As an urgency measure to protect and preserve the public welfare, California Government Code sections 36937 and 65858 authorize local governments to adopt an interim urgency ordinance prohibiting any operations, activities and uses that the local government is considering, studying or intends to study within a reasonable time; and

(i) It is necessary for the City to impose a temporary moratorium prohibiting (i) the approval or issuance of any applicable license or entitlement for use, including, but not limited to, the issuance of a business license, building permit, conditional use permit, or other land use approval for the establishment or operation of any marijuana dispensary within any zone in the City’s jurisdictional boundaries; (ii) the outdoor cultivation and processing of marijuana, and the indoor cultivation and processing of marijuana in excess of what would be permitted under the AUMA; and (iii) the use and possession of marijuana and marijuana products in public places, including, but not limited to, on City property and the premises of a retailer to provide time for the City to further study the potential impacts that these operations, activities and uses may have on the public health, safety and welfare if the AUMA is approved; research and craft possible amendments to the provisions of the SMMC and the Zoning Ordinance relating to marijuana and craft appropriate regulations governing these operations, activities and uses for the City Council to consider if the AUMA is approved; and ensure that regulations relating to marijuana operations, activities and uses can be implemented in such a way as to minimize any harmful effects they might have on the City’s residents, as well as nearby businesses and property owners; and (j) This is not a project within the meaning of Section 15378 of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Guidelines because there is no potential for it to result in a physical change in the environment, either directly or indirectly. In

the event this Ordinance is found to be subject to CEQA, it is exempt from CEQA pursuant to the exemption contained in CEQA Guidelines section 15061(b)(3) because it can be seen with certainty that there is no possibility of a significant effect on the environment. Section 3.Temporary Moratorium Established. For the reasons described above, the City Council has determined it is necessary to enact an interim urgency ordinance imposing a temporary moratorium on the establishment of marijuana dispensaries, the outdoor cultivation and processing of marijuana, the indoor cultivation and processing of marijuana in excess of what would be permitted under the AUMA, and the use and possession of marijuana and marijuana products in public places, including on City property and the premises of a retailer, pursuant to Government Code sections 36937 and 65858. The City has a compelling interest in protecting the public health, safety and welfare of its residents and businesses, in preserving the peace and integrity of its neighborhoods, and in providing clear local regulation consistent with the requirements of Federal and State law. The adoption of this Ordinance is necessary on an urgency basis because of the current and immediate threat these operations, activities and uses pose to the public health, safety and welfare if the AUMA is approved.

Section 4.Consistency with the SMMC. Any provision of the SMMC that is inconsistent with any provision of this urgency Ordinance, to the extent of such inconsistencies and no further, is hereby repealed or modified only to the extent necessary to effect the provisions of this urgency Ordinance. The City Council expressly finds that SMMC Chapter 5.54 and Title 20 of the SMMC are not inconsistent with this urgency Ordinance.

Section 5.Severability. If any section, sentence, clause or phrase of this urgency Ordinance is determined to be invalid, illegal or unconstitutional by a decision or order of any court or agency of competent jurisdiction, then such decision or order will not affect the validity and enforceability of the remaining portions of this urgency Ordinance. The City Council declares that it would have passed and adopted the urgency Ordinance, and each section, sentence, clause or phrase thereof, regardless of the fact that any one or more sections, subsections, sentences, clauses, or phrases be declared invalid or unconstitutional.

Section 6.Effective Date. This Ordinance shall take effect immediately upon adoption as an urgency measure. The temporary moratorium shall be of no further force and effect if the AUMA does not pass at the November 8. 2016 California General Election (General Election). If the AUMA does pass at the General Election, the temporary moratorium shall be of no further force and effect forty-five (45) days from the date of the adoption of this urgency Ordinance, unless, prior to its expiration, following a noticed public hearing in accordance with Government Code section 65090, the City Council extends the Ordinance pursuant to Government Code section 65858. Section7. Publication. Within fifteen (15) days following the adoption of this urgency Ordinance, the City Clerk shall publish this urgency Ordinance, or the title thereof, as a summary as required by State law.

PASSED, APPROVED AND ADOPTED AS AN INTERIM URGENCY ORDINANCE at a regular meeting of the City Council of the City of San Marcos, California, this 25th day of October, 2016, by the following roll call vote:

AYES: COUNCILMEMBERS: JABARA, JENKINS, JONES, DESMOND NOES: C O U N C I L M E M B E R S : NONE ABSENT: C O U N C I L M E M B E R S : ORLANDO 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: 11/3/2016

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San Marcos • Mayor Jim Desmond Shop local San Marcos!

With the holiday season upon us, I want to remind residents to stay close to home when shopping and dining. Spending locally is not only convenient for residents; San Marcos businesses benefit too. Sales fortify their strength and enhance the local economy.

economy, and ensures that the City continues to deliver topnotch programs, projects and services to its residents. When transactions are made locally, sales tax revenue is generated to support important City services such as law enforcement, fire protection, parks and recreation and street maintenance. When dollars are spent locally, residents are Shopping and dining locally is directly contributing to their a win-win-win for our community’s quality of life. community. It saves time and resources for residents, helps build the backbone of our local San Marcos is the place to be this holiday season! Escondido • Mayor Sam Abed

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Vista • Mayor Judy Ritter

New Smartphone App Debuts

The City of Vista has debuted its new smartphone app offering Vista’s mobile users another way to get information and to report issues. The app, called “Access Vista” is providing yet another opportunity for residents to connect with the City. You can report an issue in real-time and can see what other residents have submitted and you can event check to see if the issue has been resolved. The mobile app offers the following service request reporting categories: abandoned vehicles, graffiti, illegal dumping, potholes,

street lights that are out or damaged, and other city inquiries. Access to city maps, public notices, a parks and public arts directory, and a calendar of events is also available. Android users are able to download the app from the Google Play Store and iPhone users should download it from the App Store. Search for “Access Vista” to download the app. The City’s Report a Problem online form on the City’s website or the hotline number 760.639.6177 are still available methods to report issues. We’re always trying to identify new methods to communicate with our residents. If you have ideas, give us a call!

Oceanside • Mayor Jim Wood

Oceanside’s Heritage Park Fall Festival

Come out and join us at the a n n u a l Heritage Park Fall Festival happening on Saturday, November 12th, from 12:00 – 4:00 PM at Oceanside’s historic Heritage Park and Museum, located at 220 Peyri Road. This event will include children’s games, a chili cook-off, music, family-friendly fun and more. Though this event is free to all ages, tickets will be sold at the gate for games and food. Proceeds from these ticket sales will benefit the Friends of Oceanside Parks (OPARC), a registered civicdriven non-profit for the purpose of supporting parks and SUMMARY OF ORDINANCE ADOPTED

Ordinance No. 2016-1431 – an ordinance of the City Council of the City of San Marcos, California, Amending Chapters 17.02, 17.04, 17.08, 17.12, 17.16, 17.20, 17.22, 17.24, 17.26, 17.27, 17.28, 17.29, and 17.30 of the San Marcos Municipal Code to adopt by reference the 2016 edition of the California Building Standard Codes, and the 1997 editions of the uniform housing code and the uniform code for the abatement of dangerous buildings. Ordinance No. 2016-1431 was introduced on October 11, 2016, and adopted by the City Council of the City of San Marcos, California, on October 25, 2016, by the following roll call vote: AYES: COUNCILMEMBERS: JABARA, JENKINS, JONES, DESMOND; NOES: COUNCILMEMBERS: NONE; ABSENT: COUNCILMEMBERS: ORLANDO. 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: 11/3/2016

recreation programs and services. Free parking is available behind Mission San Luis Rey. Heritage Park and Museum is a special place and was built in 1976 as a replica of Oceanside at the turn of the century. It is an historical spot in our community and an ideal location for family recreation or your next special event – such as a family reunion, wedding, etc. For more information in regards to this event or renting out Heritage Park for your own special moment, please contact the City of Oceanside’s Parks & Recreation Department at (760) 435-5041. Hope to see you there! ORDINANCE INTRODUCED

Ordinance No. 2016-1432 Ordinance No. 2016-1432 an ordinance of the City Council of the City of San Marcos acting as the legislative body of Community Facilities District No. 98-02 (Lighting, Landscaping, Open Space and Preserve Maintenance), authorizing the levy of a special tax in an improvement area of such community facilities district. Annexation No. 123, Improvement Area F-54. Ordinance No. 2016-1432 was introduced on October 25, 2016, and will be presented to the City Council for adoption on December 13, 2016. 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: 11/3/2016

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ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME 37-2016-00034143-CU-PT-NC TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: Petitioner Wendy Ann Swedick filed a petition with this court for a decree changing names as follows: Present name(s): Wendy Ann Swedick aka Wendy Ann Rollstin to Proposed name Wendy Ann Rollstin. THE COURT ORDERS that all persons interested in this matter shall appear before this court at the hearing indicated below to show cause, if any, why the petition for change of name should not be granted. Any person objecting to the name changes described above must file a written objections that includes the reasons for the objection at least two court days before the matter is scheduled to be heard and must appear at the hearing to show cause why the petition should not be granted. If no written objection is timely filed, the court may grant the petition without a hearing. NOTICE OF HEARING: Date: November 22, 2016, 8:30a.m., Department 26. The address of the court is: 325 S. Melrose, Vista, CA. 92081. A copy of the Order to Show Cause shall be published at least once each week for four successive weeks prior to the date set for hearing on the petition in the following newspaper of general circulation, printed in this county: San Marcos News Reporter, dba, The Paper, 845 W. San Marcos Blvd, San Marcos, Ca. 92078. Dated 9/29/2016. /s/William S. Dato, Judge of the Superior Court 10/13, 10/20, 10/27 & 11/03/2016

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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2016-026422 The name of the business: Santa Ana Fresh Mexican Food, located at 4909 El Cajon Blvd, San Diego, Ca. 92115. This business is registered by: JPL Mexican Restaurant Holdings, LLC 4909 El Cajone Blvd. San Diego, Ca. 92115 The business is conducted by a Limited LIability Company. First day of business was 8/7/16. /s/Julio Posada, President This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 10/10/2016 10/20, 10/27, 11/03 & 11/10/2016

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2016-027025 The name of the business: Barefooted Publishing, located at 2803 Turnbull St., Oceanside, Ca. 92054. This business is registered by: Larry Warner 2803 Turnbull St. Oceanside, Ca. 92054 The business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was n/a. /s/Larry Warner This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 10/18/2016 10/20, 10/27, 11/03 & 11/10/2016 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2016-026955 The name of the business: Hotmop Showerpan Pro, located at 4263 Oceanside Blvd, Ste 106-191, Oceanside, Ca. 92056. This business is registered by: Advance Concepts, Inc. 4263 Oceanside “Blvd., Ste 106-191 Oceanside, Ca. 92056 The business is conducted by a corporation. First day of business was n/a. /sAbiathare Rivera, President This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 10/17/2016 10/20, 10/27, 11/03 & 11/10/2016

ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME 37-2016-00031392-CU-PT-NC TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: Petitioner Rebecca Estella Sanchez filed a petition with this court for a decree changing names as follows: Present name: Rebecca Estella Sanchez to Proposed name Beckett Eli Sanchez. THE COURT ORDERS that all persons interested in this matter shall appear before this court at the hearing indicated below to show cause, if any, why the petition for change of name should not be granted. Any person objecting to the name changes described above must file a written objections that includes the reasons for the objection at least two court days before the matter is scheduled to be heard and must appear at the hearing to show cause why the petition should not be granted. If no written objection is timely filed, the court may grant the petition without a hearing. NOTICE OF HEARING: Date: October 25, 2016, 8:30a.m., Department 26. The address of the court is: 325 S. Melrose, Vista, CA. 92081. A copy of the Order to Show Cause shall be published at least once each week for four successive weeks prior to the date set for hearing on the petition in the following newspaper of general circulation, printed in this county: San Marcos News Reporter, dba, The Paper, 845 W. San Marcos Blvd, San Marcos, Ca. 92078. Dated 9/12/2016. /s/William S. Dato, Judge of the Superior Court 10/13, 10/20, 10/27 & 11/03/2016

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2016-025495 The name of the business: El Norte Veterinary Clinic, located at 1014 W. El Norte Pkwy, Escondido, Ca. 92026. This business is registered by: Timothy J. Sherman, DVM, a Veterinary Corporation 1014 W. El Norte Pkwy Escondido, CA. 92026 The business is conducted by a corporation. First day of business was n/a. /s/Timothy J. Sherman, President This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 9/28/2016 10/13, 10/20, 10/27 & 11/03/2016

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2016-026586 The name of the business: Vista Bioscience LLC, locaed at 323 Wilcox St., Oceanside, Ca. 92054. This business is registered by: Vista Bioscience LLC 323 Wilcox St. Oceanside, Ca. 92054 The business is conducted by a Limited LIability Company. First day of business was n/a. /s/Reed P. Hickey, CEO This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 10/12/2016 10/27, 11/03, 11/10 & 11/17 /2016

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2016-025160 The name of the business: Bandy Ranch Floral Corp., located at 2521 Oceanside Blvd., Oceanside, CA. 92083. This business is registered by: Bandy Ranch Floral Corp. 1540 Merlot Ct. Vista, Ca. 92083 The business is conducted by a corporation. First day of business was 12/11/15. /s/Steven M. Dodge, President This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 9/26/2016 10/13, 10/20, 10/27 & 11/03/2016 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2016-026934 The name of the business: Enlightened Canines, located at 1910 Casa Bonita Way, Escondido, Ca. 92025. This business is registered by: Hollly Nadin 31049 Roae Arbor Court Murrieta, Ca. 92563 Dale Jackson II 1910 Casa Bonita Way Escondido, Ca. 92025 The business is conducted by a General Partnership. First day of business was 10/17/2016. /s/Holly Nadin This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 10/17/2016 11/03, 11/10, 11/17 & 11/24/2016

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2016-027738 The name of the business: Ronco Trailer, Inc., dba Ronco Trailers, located at 2475 S. “Santa Fe Ave., Vista, Ca. 92083. This business is registered by: Ronco Trailer, Inc. 2475 S. Santa Fe Ave. Vista, Ca. 92083 The business is conducted by a corporation. First day of business was 9/15/94. /s/Mary Lou Dawson, Chief Executive Officer This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 10/25/2016 11/03, 11/10, 11/17 & 11/24/2016 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2016-026146 The name of the business: Jump N’ Joy Jumping Castles, located at 3435 Polley Dr., Unit #5, San Marcos, CA. 92069. This business is registered by: Gabriel Carrasco 3435 Polley Dr., Unit #5 San Marcos, Ca. 92069 The business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was 4/06/16. /s/Gabriel Carrasco This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 10/06/2016 11/03, 11/10, 11/17 and 11/24/2016

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2016-025389 The name of the business: Trueline Flooring, located at 143 N. Pacific Street, Unit G, San Marcos, Ca. 92069. This business is registered by: Michael James Mulloy 143 N. Pacific Street, Unit G San Marcos, Ca. 92069 The business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was n/a. /s/Michael James Mulloy This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 9/27/2016 10/20, 10/27, 11/03 & 11/10/2016

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2016-027688 The name of the business: Kindred, located at 9845 Erma Road, Suite 300, San Diego, Ca. 92131. This business is registered by: Altruistic, Inc. 9845 Erma Road, Suite 300 San Diego, Ca. 92131. The business is conducted by a corporation. First day of business was n/a. /s/Russell Handy, Vice President This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 10/25/2016 11/03, 11/10, 11/17 and 11/24/2016

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2016-028018 The name of the business: Octavio Electric Lopez, San Marcos Electrical, located at 3613 Santa Luna Ct., San Marcos, Ca. 92078. This business is registered by: Octavio and Araceli Lopez 3613 Santa Luna Ct. San Marcos, Ca. 92078 The business is conducted by a Married Couple. First day of business was 10/3/06. /s/Octavio Lopez This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 10/28/2016 11/03, 11/10, 11/17 and 11/24/2016

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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2016-027996 The name of the business: Smog 86, located at 400 Orange Avenue, Coronadao, Ca. 92118. This business is registered by: Johnny Duong 11356 Wild Meadow Place San Diego, CA. 92131 Michael Duong 8656 Hydra Ln. San Diego, Ca. 92126 The business is conducted by a General Partnership. /s/Johnny Duong This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 10/27/2016 11/03, 11/10, 11/17 and 11/24/2016

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2016-028103 The name of the business: Full Spectrum Dispute Resolution, Family Tree Mediation, Wisdom Arbitration, SD Mediates, located at 3525 Del Mar Heights Rd., #256, San Diego, CA. 92130This business is registered by: Elisabeth Epel 1425 Chart Dr. San Marcos, Ca. 92078 The business is conducted by an individual. First day of business 04/20/2011. /s/Elisabeth Epel This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 10/28/2016 11/03, 11/10, 11/17 and 11/24/2016

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2016-028048 The name of the business: Gain Mileage, located at 955 Howard, Sp. 63, Escondido, CA. 92029. This business is registered by: Dennis Frandsen 955 Howard Sp. 63 Escondido, CA. 92029 The business is conducted by an individual. First day of business n/a /s/Dennis Frandsen This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 10/28/2016 11/03, 11/10, 11/17 and 11/24/2016

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2016-027949 The name of the business: Kats Computer Services, located at 2017 N. Nutmeg St., Escondido, CA. 92026. This business is registered by: Dale Kats 2017 N. Nutmeg St. Escondido, Ca. 92026 The business is conducted by an individual. First day of business n/a /s/Dale Kats This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 10/27/2016 11/03, 11/10, 11/17 and 11/24/2016

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2016-028099 The name of the business: T.O.L.D. Enterprises, located at 650-156 S. Rancho Santa Fe, San Marcos, CA. 92078. This business is registered by: Toni E. Simpson 650-156 S. Rancho Santa Fe San Marcos,m CA. 920278 The business is conducted by an individual. First day of business n/a /s/Toni E. Simpson This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 10/28/2016 11/03, 11/10, 11/17 and 11/24/2016

ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME 37-2016-000xxxxx-CU-PT-NC TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: Petitioner Jordan Jhanathin Gastelo filed a petition with this court for a decree changing names as follows: Present name: Jordan Jhonathin Gastelo to Proposed name Jordan Gutierrez. THE COURT ORDERS that all persons interested in this matter shall appear before this court at the hearing indicated below to show cause, if any, why the petition for change of name should not be granted. Any person objecting to the name changes described above must file a written objections that includes the reasons for the objection at least two court days before the matter is scheduled to be heard and must appear at the hearing to show cause why the petition should not be granted. If no written objection is timely filed, the court may grant the petition without a hearing. NOTICE OF HEARING: Date:December 20, 2016, 8:30a.m., Department 26. The address of the court is: 325 S. Melrose, Vista, CA. 92081. A copy of the Order to Show Cause shall be published at least once each week for four successive weeks prior to the date set for hearing on the petition in the following newspaper of general circulation, printed in this county: San Marcos News Reporter, dba, The Paper, 845 W. San Marcos Blvd, San Marcos, Ca. 92078. Dated 10/31/2016. /s/William S. Dato, Judge of the Superior Court 11/03, 11/10, 11/17 & 11/24/2016

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2016-028050 The name of the business: N. County Tires, located at 1516 S Santa Fe Ave., Vista, Ca. 92084. This business is registered by: Gabriel Moedano 2912 S. Santa Fe AVe. San Marcos, Ca. 92069 The business is conducted by an individual. First day of business 9/01/2016. /s/Gabriel Moedano This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 10/28/2016 11/03, 11/10, 11/17 and 11/24/2016

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2016-027406 The name of the business: Streaming Arrow Records, located at 3210 Grey Hawk Ct., Carlsbad, CA. 92010. This business is registered by: Brandon Foley 3270 Westwood Dr. Carlsbad, Ca. 92008 The business is conducted by an individual. First day of business n/a. This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 10/21/2016. 11/03, 11/10, 11/17 and 11/24/2016 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2016-028116 The name of the business: Green Cuts Landscape, located at 3889 Rogers Road, Spring Valley, CA. 91977. This business is registered by: Christian Peralta 6033 Paseo Acampo Apt 246 Carlsbad, Ca. 92009 The business is conducted by an individual. First day of business n/a. This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 10/31/2016. 11/03, 11/10, 11/17 and 11/24/2016

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2016-027254 The name of the business: Hofer and Associates Medical Legal Consulting, located at 3460 Marron Rd 103, Ste 480 Oceanside, Ca. 92056 This business is registered by: Leslie Hofer 5019 Caspian Dr. Oceanside, Ca. 92057 The business is conducted by an individual. First day of business 12/01/2010. This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 10/19/2016. 11/03, 11/10, 11/17 and 11/24/2016

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Send your press releases to: thesocialbutterfly@cox.n et FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2016-027377 The name of the business: Profound Escrow a Non Independent Escrow, located at 2055 Corte Del Nogal, Carlsbad, CA. 92011. This business is registered by: SDRE Parnters INc 2055 Corte Del Nogal Carlsbad, CA. 92011 The business is conducted by a corporation. First day of business n/a. This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 10/20/2016. 11/03, 11/10, 11/17 and 11/24/2016

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Obituaries

George “Wes” Weston Lewis, 87 07/28/1929 ~ 10/17/2016

ESCONDIDO -- George "Wes" Weston Lewis, 87, passed away at Palomar Hospital on Monday, October 17th, 2016.

Wes was born on July 28, 1929 in Sacramento, California to Leland and Catherine (Cover) Lewis. As a teenager, he lived in Rocky Ford, Colorado with his aunt and uncle, Martha and Robert Babcock. Wes graduated from Rocky Ford High School in June of 1946 and joined the United States Air Force in 1948. Wes was an aircraft electrician and was stationed in Germany where he worked on the B29 and other aircraft.

Unsolved Hit & Run on Memorial Sunday, May 30, 1993 on the 3000 block of Buena Creek Road in Vista, CA. Ryan Leitzke 11/25/1983 ~05/30/1993

As Ryan's Thanksgiving birth date approaches, 11/25/2016, some still think about the lack of JUSTICE FOR RYAN. On Memorial weekend, Sunday afternoon, about 4 p.m., Ryan was standing behind the white line waiting to cross the road. A fast-driven truck came around the corner driving over the white line. T h e driver h i t Ryan and he w a s carried on the hood of the truck for about 40 feet before landing on the road. Ryan died at the scene as paramedics arrived and the coroner said the cause of death was a broken neck.

About a year and half after Ryan was killed, Crime Stoppers did a re-enactment of Ryan’s death. About a week later, Mom got a call from a neighbor saying a CHP officer had a lead which came from the San Diego Crime Stoppers and he was following it up. Family heard nothing from the CHP. About the 15th anniversary of Ryan’s death, Mom got a call from a North County Times reporter wanting to do a story on Ryan’s unsolved murder. The reporter called Mom to advise that she

Wes met his wife Mary Bricka, while working at the Regal gas station in Santa Barbara, California. Mary had three young children, Janet, Don, and Bruce Bell when they met and they soon added three more to the family with Bob, Martha and Charlie. Together, they owned and operated the Lewis Cycle Center in Goleta, California. Wes and Mary were married for 39 years. Wes and Mary lived for 19 years in Winlock, Washington where they were very much involved in the local Farmers Markets. Wes was preceded in death by Mary and their son, Bruce; and survived by their remaining children, Janet, Don, Bob, Martha and Charlie. Wes will also be lovingly remembered by his 17 grandchildren and 20 great-grandchildren.. A celebration of life service was held at 2:00 PM on Saturday, October 22nd at Alhiser-Comer Mortuary in Escondido, followed by a small family gathering at a local residence. A graveside ceremony will be conducted in Winlock, Washington on Saturday October 29th. Arrangements are by Alhiser-Comer Mortuary in Escondido.

Memorials

went to the CHP office and was told that Ryan’s file had been destroyed after 10 years as allowed by law.

A roadside memorial was created by the public and as instructed by a police officer, the family has decorated and maintained it as a conscience prodder on anniversaries and holidays at the place where Ryan was killed. In the few years that Ryan was on this earth, his heart was huge as he gave his birthday money to feed the homeless, “because they need it more than me.”

However, Ryan was a normal boy. He loved trains. He wanted to be a fireman, and loved dressing up for Halloween. He was in Little League: Baseball, Soccer, and Basketball from ages 5 to 9 years old.

Oh, how Ryan loved his dog, Sandi. When she died, the day we took the picture, he cried out "why didn't God take me instead.” Six weeks later Ryan joined Sandi in heaven.

“We remain secure because of HOPE.” Psalms 16.9. “My flesh will rest in HOPE.” Psalm 39.7. “Lord, my HOPE is in You.” Psalms 71.5. “For You are my HOPE!”

Praying for JUSTICE for Ryan. Any information or leads may be called or text to Mom (Linda) at 760-522-7445. Help the family find some peace and closure. You will be blessed.

DEATH NOTICES

Berris, George A., 77 Oceanside Passed away on October 25, 2016 CaliforniaFuneralAlternatives.com Breitman, Dr. Lester, 82 Oceanside Passed away on October 25, 2016 Oceanside Mortuary, Oceanside

DeuPree, Anita E., 81 Escondido Passed away on October 24, 2016 CaliforniaFuneralAlternatives.com Hayes, Ronald Merrill, 77 Escondido Passed away on October 8, 2016 American Cremation, Escondido

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Holobovich, Carrie, 58 Oceanside Passed away on October 23, 2016 Oceanside Mortuary, Oceanside Nicholas, Kristina Louise, 59 Escondido Passed away on October 4, 2016 American Cremation, Escondido

Potter, Ronald N., 85 Escondido Passed away on October 24, 2016 CaliforniaFuneralAlternatives.com Williams, Mary Joyce, 87 Escondido Passed away on October 25, 2016 Oceanside Mortuary, Oceanside

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