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Volume 45 - No. 52

by lyle e davis

The streets of Omaha, Nebraska, can be mighty mean streets in the midst of a winter.

Snowdrifts of four, five, six feet high . . . sometimes more; a cold cutting wind and numbing cold that freezes the toes, fingers, nose and any other parts of the body not suitably clothed with warm, winter clothes.

To those who grew up there, you know what it’s like; to those who’ve never experienced a bitter midwestern winter . . . you’re lucky. They’re no fun.

There was a time, back around 1948, where memory recalls a lonely figure of a man, slowly walking the cold streets of Omaha. He had no transportation so if he wanted to go someplace, he walked. He was hunched over . . . almost hunchbacked. He looked much older than he was. This was on a Christmas Eve and

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this tired man was on an important mission.

His son, Little Joe, was in the Bishop Clarkson Hospital’s Pediatric Ward. He had some type of painful stomach ailment and they didn’t know what the problem was. His father was bound and determined that even though Joey was in the hospital, he was going to have his Christmas, and his dad was going to be with him.

Omaha is named after the Omaha Indians. There are a lot of Indians in and around Omaha; at least there were back in this time period. Joe and his daddy were Winnebago Indians. In fact, to this day there is a village in Thurston County, Nebraska, that is called Winnebago. Not a very big village . . . as of the 2010 census there were only about 774 residents there. Joey and his dad, however, had

been living down near 10th, 11th, street . . . not far from the mighty (and muddy) Missouri River. This was the area that, back then, was kind of a skid row. Lots of alcohics, lots of down on their luck folks, and a lot of Indians. Today, it has been transformed to a very modern, cosmopolitan shopping center with lots of boutiques and fancy cafes and restaurants. Back then . . . it was pretty much hard scrabble living.

As the old man trudged along he came upon a Christmas Tree lot. They were about to close up for the season and had very little selection of trees left. The old man looked over the trees . . . and at the prices. He chatted with the vendor a bit, told him about his son and that he was en route to the hospital to see him; that he wanted to maybe buy a Christmas tree and put it up in his son’s ward for him and any other patients to enjoy for Christmas. Cold and tired . . . but touched by the old man’s story, the vendor handed the man a tired old

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Christmas tree, not much of a tree, really, but it would do.

“I hope your son gets better, Mister. Merry Christmas. The tree is on me. Stay warm.”

The old man thanked the vendor, took the wimpy looking tree and headed on to Bishop Clarkson Hospital. Meanwhile, his son, Little Joe had begun to make some friends on the pediatric wing. Several other kids about his age would laugh, tell stories, and generally got along well.

Every once in awhile, though, Joe would double up in pain. Gone were his flashing smile and bright eyes . . . instead, a powerful grimace, a holding of breath, as if holding his breath might ease the pain. The nurse would come a’running, give him medication to help overcome the pain, usually an injection of some type of pain killer. In time, the pain would subside and Joe would become


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just a little boy again ... about 10 years old . . . pretty much the average age of his fellow patients. Once again his smile would flash, once again his eyes would sparkle as he told stories of what it was like back up in Winnebago Village, where he’d run and play, and hunt with his dad. And how they had left Winnebago Village to come to Omaha to try and find work. And how that just didn’t seem to pan out so well. His dad had difficulty finding work and what work he did find was menial and low paying. Still, they were together and were very fond of one another. Joey’s illness was totally unexpected and not a welcome event in what was already a difficult life.

There was no insurance, his dad did not have the funds to pay for medical care ... still, the hospital and staff treated Joey as if he were a millionaire’s son. He got the best of attention and medication available.

Back then, they didn’t have the electronic tools of the medical profession . . . computers, MRI’s, CAT scans, they were all little more than a dream in some young inventor’s mind . . . medical staff had to rely on lab work, symptoms of the patient, medical history, environmental background, family background ... and then they’d try to guess what it was. They’d provide palliative care to kill thepain until they came up with the answers.

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

When four of Santa's elves got sick, the trainee elves did not produce toys as fast as the regular ones, and Santa began to feel the Pre-Christmas pressure. Then Mrs. Claus told Santa her Mother was coming to visit, which stressed Santa even more.

When he went to harness the reindeer, he found that three of them were about to give birth and two others had jumped the fence and were out, Heaven knows where. Then when he began to load the sleigh, one of the floorboards cracked, the toy bag fell to the ground and all the toys

Sometimes the answers never came.

The nurses had fallen in love with little Joey. Who could blame them? When he wasn’t hurting he was an absolute delight. Great sense of humor, that effervescent smile . . . and a bouncy, joyous personality that made you want to be around him.

One patient in particular struck up a relationship with Joey. Long into the night they would talk about their lives, their dreams, their hopes, their goals in life, their families. They got to know each other very, very well. The other patient had his parents come in to visit regularly and this, being Christmas Eve, they came bearing presents. They weren’t a wealthy family, middle class, middle income ... but they had a lot of warmth ... and enough money to make ends meet and a little left over to buy gifts. They had met Joey and were taken with him, as was everyone who met him. When they visited this time, they bought two wrapped presents, just for Joey, as well as presents for their son. It was about 8pm when Joey’s dad arrived, carrying his scraggly Christmas tree.

When Joey saw his dad his eyes flashed as never before, his smile expanded by about 200%, and he reached out to embrace his dad. Dad, not being the type to show emotion (it was not the Indian way) was clearly touched by this

were scattered.

Frustrated, Santa went in the house for a cup of apple cider and a shot of rum. When he went to the cupboard, he discovered the elves had drunk all the cider and hidden the liquor.

In his frustration, he accidentally dropped the cider jug, and it broke into hundreds of little glass pieces all over the kitchen floor.

He went to get the broom and found the mice had eaten all the straw off the end of the broom. Just then the doorbell rang, and an irritated Santa marched to the door, yanked it open, and there stood a little angel with a great big Christmas tree.

The angel said very cheerfully, 'Merry Christmas, Santa. Isn't this a lovely day? I have a beautiful tree for you. Where would you like me to stick it?' And so began the tradition of the little angel on top of the Christmas tree. Not a lot of people know this. In the Classroom

TEACHER: Glen, why do you always get so dirty?

warm welcome and embraced his son with a gentle smile and, if you looked carefully, with a build-up of tears in his eyes.

Joey and his dad huddled together and talked about their neighbors down on skid row ... about family back in Winnebago Village, about happier times, about what great things they were going to accomplish together once Joey was well and was discharged from the hospital. Now and then Joey would burst out in laughter . . . and even his somewhat stoic dad would chuckle. It was a warming sight, seeing this father and son combination, so happy on Christmas Eve . . . so at peace with the world.

The nurses had set up the scraggly Christmas tree next to Joey’s bed. They scurried around the hospital and tracked down some colored paper, tin foil, and other items left over from Halloween and Thanksgiving celebrations within the hospital ... they managed to make that scraggly Christmas tree look halfway presentable.

Joey’s new found close pal and fellow patient, his parents, Joey’s dad, the other patients, the nursing and support staff, all managed to come together and have a very nice Christmas Eve together. Presents were opened, parents of the several patients got to meet and know each other, promises were made to get together once the kids were well and out of the hospital and how they were surely destined to be friends forever.

GLEN: Well, I'm a lot closer to the ground than you are. ____________________________ TEACHER: George Washington not only chopped down his father's cherry tree, but also admitted it. Now, Louie, do you know why his father didn't punish him? LOUIS: Because George still had the axe in his hand..... ____________________________ TEACHER: Now, Simon , tell me frankly, do you say prayers before eating? SIMON : No sir, I don't have to, my Mum is a good cook. ____________________________ TEACHER: Clyde , your composition on 'My Dog' is exactly the same as your brother's.. Did you copy his? CLYDE : No, sir. It's the same dog. ____________________________ TEACHER: Harold, what do you call a person who keeps on talking when people are no longer interested? HAROLD: A teacher Great Sayings and Observations

Personally I am always ready to learn, but I do not always like being taught. – Winston Churchill The best part of being an older biker babe is that you don’t have to pull your shirt up quite so far to show your boobs.

Things like that tend to happend on Christmas Eve (and then often forgotten after the holidays). Time has a habit of sometimes passing too quicky and time had come for visitors to leave.

The parting of Joe and his dad was particularly poignant because neither knew when his dad would be able to get back to the hospital for another visit; they hoped it wouldn’t be long and maybe next time dad came it would be collect a healthy Joe and leave the hospital for good. One can always hope.

Before long the pediatric ward was empty of visitors and the patients themselves, though tired from a long and enjoyable day (aside from those pesky lab tests, x-rays, and other routines), managed to squeeze in a few more hours of conversation. In time, the ward was quiet as, one by one, the patients would close their eyes and drift off to sleep.

Over the next several days Little Joe and his new pal would spendhours together . . . talking. Every day they learned something new about each other ... about their families . . . their schools . . . they were bonding. They had become great pals and the promise was that, after their hospital stay was over, they would stay in touch and

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“It’s so simple to be wise. Just think of something stupid to say and then don’t say it.”–Sam Levenson “A Dummies’ Guide”

Don’t throw a brick straight up.

Don’t take long naps while driving. Walk around toxic waste dumps, not through them.

Your body has the correct number of holes in it. Don’t make any more. When using an acetylene torch, don’t feel the flame to see if it’s sufficiently hot.

If you’re on a ball field and someone shouts “Heads up!” don’t actually raise your head up. Cover it with your arms and duck.

No matter how tempting it is to be one with nature, stay on the outside of all fences at the zoo. When sticking thumb tacks into bulletin boards, press on the flat end. Under no circumstances should you ever reproduce.

When you find a prize in a box of “Crackerjacks” there is no

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Social Butterfly

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The

Attendees will learn how to clean out their freezers, and fill them up again, without guilt. The January general meeting of Southern California’s largest fishing club will be held on Tuesday, January 5, at the Oceanside Senior Center, 455 Country Club Lane, 9:00am. Open to all anglers age 50 and above. Visit OSAnglers.org.

Evelyn Madison The Social Butterfly Email Evelyn at:

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Meetings/Events Calendar

Happy Holidays from the Archaeological Center – “We wish you peace, prosperity, health and great happiness this joyous holiday season and for the year ahead! Happy Holidays from the Board of Trustees and Staff of the San Diego Archaeological Center.” The Center will be open on Saturday, January 2nd from 10am-2pm. The Center is located at 16666 San Pasqual Valley Road, Escondido, 92027. Firehouse Chef to Speak at Oceanside Senior Anglers Meeting - Jeff Routsong will be the featured speaker at the January meeting of the Oceanside Senior Anglers. Routsong is a retired fire captain, who honed his skills has a renowned barbeque chef, featured in competitions on The Food Network and The Cooking Channel.

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do exciting things together ... explore the world, explore their dreams and maybe work together to accomplish mutual goals. It was rapidly becoming a lifetime friendship, the type of friendshp we all hope for but which comes around all too seldom.

The downside, however, was that Little Joe had his attacks of stomach pain more and more often and it would take longer and longer for the pain-killing medicine to take effect and give him temporary peace. Little Joe’s pal saw all this and it hurt him. You know how it is when you see someone you really care for and they are hurting? And there’s nothing you can do to ease the pain? Remember that feeling of frustration and hopelessness when you see a close friend suffering?

That’s what Little Joey’s pal felt daily . . . and, before long, it seemed, hourly.

In today’s world, with all the modern technical gadgetry, the MRI’s, the CAT scans, Joey’s problems would likely have been diagnosed and treated within a hour or two. But this was back in 1948. Almost medieval medicine, compared to today. One evening, several days after Christmas, Little Joe had had one of his better days. They all managed to get together and talk and laugh again.

Escondido Chamber “Plates for Eight” – Members – Having Lunch? Join in for networking during lunch at one of Escondido’s finest restaurants; make new business contacts; build relationships. The first lunch will be on Tuesday, January 7, 11:30am-1pm, at Marie Callender’s, 515 W. 13th Ave., hosted by Joe Coyle, Printer Repair Depot. The second one will be on Wednesday, January 20, from 11:30am-1pm, at Cocina Del Charro Restaurant, 890 W. Valley Parkway, hosted by Jenny DiCorato, Storage West. RSVP at escondidochamber.org or by calling 760.745.2125.

Gardening Class for Kids – On Saturday, January 9th, a Kids in the Garden class on “Play with your Food: Veggie Critters and Planting,” is from 10am-12noon at the Alta Vista Botanical Gardens. Class fee is $5/child for two hours; fees support development of the Children’s Garden. Accompanying adults pay $3 Garden entry fee. Registration includes visit to the Children’s Garden. Pre-register by email to farmerjones@altavistagardens.org or call 760.822.6824. Two pictures of “veggie critters” are available, if you have space

HVCCA Concert on Sunday, January 10th – The second concert in the 2015-2016 series of the Hidden Valley Community Concert Association will be held on Sunday, January 10th, at 2pm in the Center

They still had the scraggly Christmas tree standing next to Joey’s bed . . . but it was probably about time to throw it out as it was beginning to shed its needles.

Still, while it was there, it helped, a little bit, to extend the Christmas Eve and Christmas Day joy and happy memories. Again, time slipped by and sleepy eyes succumbed to the call of blessed sleep. The nurses made their rounds and checked in to make sure all their young patients had the proper medication, were properly tucked in for the night, and were prepared for a good, restful night’s sleep.

Theater, California Center for the Arts, Escondido. The Vida Guitar Quartet is a super-tight ensemble that sparkles with vitality, spontaneity, exquisite tonal and dynamic control plus unerring musical instinct. They perform English and Yiddish dances, Carmen Suite (Bizet), music of Joaquin Turina, Manuel de Falla, and more “that leaves the audience spell-bound – there’s only one word for it . . . magic” (Acoustic/Gramophone, The HeraldTribune). Reserved seating; discounts available at the box office or by phone only for students with ID, seniors, active military, and children. Tickets are $30/person. Seniors, $20/ticket; Military, Students and Children (12 and under), $10/ticket. Buy tickets online at www.artcenter.org, at the Center ticket office, or by calling 800.988.4253. Ticket office is open Tuesday-Saturday 12-6pm, and Sunday 12-5pm. The HVCCA is celebrating 70 years of presenting concerts in Escondido.

Soroptimist to Hold Annual Human Trafficking Awareness Event/Walk – The Vista and North County Inland Chapter of Soroptimist International invites citizens in North San Diego County to attend the 10th Annual Human Trafficking Awareness Day Walk, to be held on Saturday, January 16, from 1pm to 2pm, in downtown Vista. Club members will gather at Vista’s Wave Waterpark (101 Wave Drive), and commence the Walk at 1pm through downtown Vista and back. “We’ll have Trafficking Awareness signs for all participants, plus we have designed commemorative Trafficking Awareness T-shirts that we will make available to all walkers for free, although we request a donation of $10. We are also seeking sponsorships for the tee shirts for donations of $100 each, to have your logo printed on the back,” said Walk coordinator Runa Gunnars. Unlike

previous years, there will be no speakers. However, the Club is adding an optional component where some members and supporters will meet earlier at the nearby Vista Transit Station, to catch the 10:56am Sprinter train eastbound to Escondido Transit Center and back. “We plan to board the train wearing our Trafficking Awareness T-shirts and meet up with additional walkers at the Escondido and San Marcos stations, returning to Vista via the westbound Sprinter that departs Escondido at 12:03pm, stops at the San Marcos Civic Center station at 12:14pm, and arrives back at the Vista Transit Station at 12:30pm,” explained Soroptimist member Jackie Piro Huyck. The Club recently changed its name from Soroptimist International of Vista to add “and North County Inland” because it also has members from the surrounding towns of San Marcos and Escondido. For more information, visit soroptimistvista.org or email gunnarsruna@hotmail.com.

Library’s R.E.A.D. Middle Grade Book Club to Discuss Doll Bones – The Escondido Public Library’s Read, Eat, and Discuss (R.E.A.D.) Middle Grade Book Club for children, ages 9-12, meets on Friday, January 22, in the Turrentine Room from 3:30–4:30pm. Author Holly Black’s Doll Bones, a Newbery Honor winner, will be discussed, and followed by a craft activity related to the book. A limited number of copies of Doll Bones will be available for checkout at the Children’s Desk. For almost as long as they’ve been friends, Zach, Poppy, and Alice have been playing one continuous, ever-changing game of pirates and thieves, mermaids and warriors, all ruled by the Great Queen, a bone-china doll who curses

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And now he was gone.

between Little Joe and a host of people on that pediatric floor.

“It’s not fair,” he sobbed. “He was such a special kid. We were pals . . . . we were gonna do things together when we got out of the hospital . . . it ain’t fair ..” and his voice trailed off but the sobbing continued.

But the memory of Little Joe did. This all happened about 67 years ago.

The pain hit Joe’s pal like a knife in the heart . . . he began to cry uncontrollably.

This was a memorable Christmas season . . . one in which the gift of eternal friendship had developed

Unfortunately, “eternity” didn’t last long.

Little Joe’s fellow patient, the one with whom he had planned a lifetime friendship ... with whom he would have so many adventures together? That was me.

The following morning, Little Joe’s pal looked over at Joe’s bed and saw that not only was he not there but his bed had been made, the Christmas Tree was gone and his bed and immediate area was .. bare. A nurse walked by and he asked the nurse where Little Joe was.

The nurse, aware of the close bond that had been built between Little Joe and his pal, stopped by his bed, put her hand on his shoulder and said . . . “I’m so sorry to tell you this . . . but Little Joey passed away last night.”

Little Joey’s pal thought he saw tears in the nurse’s eyes. He was correct. The entire nursing and medical staff had taken a liking to Little Joe and his radiant smile and infectious personality. The patients, too, had adopted him as a close friend ... pals forever.

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Local News

The Paper • Page 4 • December 31, 2015 Information Needed to Identify Stabbing Suspect

On Sunday, December 20th, at about 1am, police responded to the 2800 block of Bear Valley Pkwy for a large fight (near the intersection of Bear Valley Pkwy and Canyon Dr). Multiple police units responded due to reports there were at least 2 dozen people fighting. The callers indicated many of the people involved in the fight were armed with various weapons. No firearms were involved. During the fight, a 20 year old male was stabbed at least one time. The victim also suffered other injuries and was transported to the Palomar Medical Center. The injuries were considered lifethreatening.

Dozens of people were seen leaving the area of the crime when police arrived. Police spoke with several witnesses, but believe a number of other individuals witnessed the crime and may have helpful information.

Anyone with information is encouraged to contact Detective Greg Gay at 760-839-4404 or reach him via email at ggay@escondido.org. The police department can also be reached anonymously through the department website at: http://police.escondido.org/ Please reference EPD Case #1515347 with any tips or leads.

To report any suspicious activities in your neighborhood, you may contact the Police Department directly, or you may make an unidentified call on theAnonymous Tip Line at (760) 743-TIPS (8477) or via the Web site at www.escondido.org/police. Arrest of Mail Theft Suspects

On Wednesday, December 23rd, officers from the City of Carlsbad Police Department learned a felony warrant suspect was staying in a local motel room located in the 700 block of Raintree Dr. The officers contacted two individuals inside the motel room, one of whom had a felony warrant for transportation of narcotics. The suspect, Glenn Snider, a 35 yearold transient from Riverside County, was taken into custody without incident. Further investigation by Officers Adam Bentley and Cody Green resulted in the discovery of dozens of pieces of mail that appeared to have been stolen from residents from the cities of Encinitas, Oceanside, and San Marcos. Among the items of mail, officers discovered approximately twenty checks totaling more than $55,000 issued by the Semper Fi Fund that were addressed to veterans and service providers across the country. The investigation resulted in the seizure of several tools and pieces

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laughs. At least not out loud.

Man About Town

You’ll excuse me, please, as I loosen my belt just a notch. Or two. Seems I ate a bit more than I should have over a recent holiday that seems to have come and gone.

Thanks to legendary television newscaster and world class chef, Graham Ledger, I probably have a pound or two of body weight to contend with.

Graham lives in a beautiful home at Morgan Run . . . overlooking a conveniently close fairway where he can, and often does, partake in a strange game where you hit a tiny white ball and then chase it around a big green expanse of grass. People have been known to do this all day long. And to wear brightly colored shirt and pants while doing so. And no one points and

Graham Ledger Plenty of crackers and expensive cheeses to gnosh on while waitng for dinner to be served; great big blue berries to snackon as well . . . one could make a mighty good meal just out of he appetizers.

One could enjoy the appetizers while strolling around the Legend mansion and taking in all the art work and beautifully decorated interior, the likes of which are normally found on Hollywood sets which depict the lifestyles of the rich and famous. Which Graham is.

And handsome. (Well, he’s no Man About Town, but still . .)

Graham is quie the chef. He prepared turkey, pasta with a delicious meat sauce, and dressing . . . oh, the dressing! With

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those who displease her. Now in middle school, Zach is pushed to give up make-believe by his father. Poppy, however, declares she's been having dreams about the Queen and the ghost of a girl who wants the doll buried. The friends set off on one last journey in this award-winning New York Times favorite. Library programs are free, open to the public, and generously sponsored by Friends of the Library. For more information on this and other Library programs for children, visit the website at library.escondido.org 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.

Exploratory Meeting for Senior Needs in North County – The Alliance for Regional Solutions is having an Exploratory Meeting to discuss the needs of the growing Senior population in North County. Anyone interested in this topic is invited to join the meeting to discuss what North County resources are available for seniors and what is still needed for this population. The meeting will be on Wednesday, January 27th, from 8:30-10:30am, at North County Lifeline, Sage Room, 200 Michigan Avenue, Vista 92084. Contact Marylynn McCorkle at mmccorkle@interfaithservices.org if you have questions or to RSVP.

DA Partners with San Diego Foundation to Fund Prevention Programs - San Diego County District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis together with The San Diego Foundation recently announced a

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sage and rosemary and thyme and, well, let’s just say that the dressing is the first thing I went for on my heavily laden plate. Superb! Graham knows his way around a kitchen. Why, he even cleaned up afterwards, all the while chatting with his guests. (Yes, we all offered to help clean up but he wouldn’t hear of it. He just nonchalantly chats while rinsing plates, putting them in the dishwasher, tidying up the kitchen . . . I think he could easily give one of his famed newscasts and commentaries while tidying up the kitchen. Now that is aplomb!

Ledger, long a news anchor fixture on KFMB-TV in San Diego, now has a much larger audience on the One America News Network satellite network and his tv show, “The Daily Ledger.” Verizon, att u-vers, direct tv Estimates show the audience size to be near 25million. You can check out the network at their website: oann.com ••••• Tis the season . . . to say thanks to a lot of folks who help The Paper be what it is. Thanks to Charlie Mitich, owner of Charlie’s Restaurant, for always giving lyle and Evelyn a good laugh with one of his famous stories . . . to Rorie Johnston, CEO of Escondido’s Chamber of Commerce, who keeps the city’s promotions flowing smoothly, to David Zumaya, the top photographer for dozens of San Diego County businesses and professions, computer and social media guro, and very busy community

Letters to the Editor

$50 Million Escondido Library Bond Measure Survey

Who is paying for the survey about a possible $50 million bond measure to expand the Escondido Library? How much? I have received over a dozen calls. I have asked to be put on a Do-Not-Call list several times. I have answered the survey TWICE, for first time to find out who was behind these annoying telemarketing calls. Sometimes they asked for a person who not longer lives here. If I am not that person, they just hang up! (Apparently just to call back AGAIN and AGAIN and AGAIN . . . . . ) And the calls keep coming!

The Caller ID is: Dir Asst CA 1 310 555-2313

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activist, to Joe Goncalves, owner of J&M Restaurant, who not only rebuilt from the ashes of the old Spires Restaurant, but improved on it, and still turns out those delicious cinnamon buns (and who contributes a big hunk of change and lots of food to the Interfaith Community Services, to my dear pal, retired Pastor Dick Huls, who has taken this heathen under his protective wing, accepted me as his close friend and confidant, and deigns to have coffee with me on a regular basis . . . to Yolanda York, powerhouse member of the Social Security personnel serving the local area, not only for her work with Social Security recipients but for her tireless support of a number of community and social organizations, not the least of which is the “Make a Wish Foundation,” . . . to Paul and Nome Van Middlesworth, our longest, most loyal advertisers (they were the first clients for The Paper when we bought it 16 years ago) who have become not only treasured clients but close personal friends, to Dan Anaya, in my mind the greatest insurance broker ever . . . who has saved me countless dollars (and for my family members) and plenty of time, cutting through red tape and tons of paper work; also one of the first to welcome me as the new owner of The Paper . . . to Fred Soleimani and wife, Sarah, who own the Pegah’s Restaurants in Escondido and

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need to report it on your income tax return.

One + one = two. Try to remember that. Don’t count the peas in a can. It is not an exact science.

For faster elevator service press the elevator button many times.

April 1st is Your special high holy day. Seen in a John Deere sales office: The only machine we don’t stand behind is our manure spreader.

“Wild horses couldn’t drag a secret out of a woman. However, women seldom have lunch with wild horses.” –Ivern Boyett The Japanese have invented a camera with a shutter speed so fast it can photograph a woman with her mouth shut.

Sign in the window of a home cookin’ restaurant in Phoenix: The best piece of chicken you’ll ever get without being a rooster! It’s what you learn after you know it all that counts. – John Wooden

Dinner in the 50’s

Pasta had not been invented. It was macaroni or spaghetti. Curry was a surname.

A take-away was a mathematical problem.

Pizza? Sounds like a leaning tower somewhere. Bananas and oranges only appeared at Christmas time. All chips were plain.

Rice was a milk pudding, and never, ever part of our dinner.

A Big Mac was what we wore when it was raining. Brown bread was something only poor people ate. Oil was for lubricating, fat was for cooking.

Tea was made in a teapot using tea leaves and never green. Cubed sugar was regarded as posh.

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‘Local News’ Cont. from Page 4

The Survey is initially deceptive, from the Caller ID to the first vague questions. It takes about 3 minutes to find out what is the topic.

Arrested with Snider was Alexis Pierce, 26 years old, also from Riverside County. Snider and Pierce were booked into Vista Detention Facility on multiple felony charges, including: possession of the identifying information of ten or more people, possession of altered credit cards, possession of equipment used to alter credit cards, possession of stolen property, possession of burglary tools, conspiracy, and possession of methamphetamine.

On the last call, I asked who was conducting the survey. I was told Validity Research. (Is the money going to these guys from Canada? http://validityresearch.com/) I asked why their caller ID didn’t say that, and he said the call were made using the internet. (Why not just insert “Validity Research” in the Caller ID field?) I asked who was paying for that, and I was told they did not have that information.

The survey takes about 15 to 20 minutes. The bond measures language is read 3 times during the course of the survey. Many questions are designed to “educate” (meaning propagandize) and then support is measured again to see if attitudes change.

Chickens didn't have fingers in those days.

This survey cannot be cheap. I want to know who in Escondido has the money to fund this (annoying) political research?

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of equipment used for fraudulently altering and manufacturing credit cards. It appeared the suspects were engaged in altering checks and credit cards to allow them to make fraudulent purchases while remaining undetected. Also seized were burglary tools and a small amount of methamphetamine.

Woman Arrested After Police Pursuit

On Saturday, December 26th, at approximately 6:53 p.m., City of Carlsbad police officers responded to the area of Melrose Drive and Rancho Bravado to a call for a vehicle that was just stolen. The vehicle was tracked west to I5 and then southbound. Carlsbad

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new fund that will support various crime prevention programs across San Diego County. The San Diego County Safe Communities Fund will support community partners in an effort to prevent crime through a variety of programs. Potential beneficiaries of the fund include non-profit organizations that assist prisoner re-entry, the homeless, at-risk youth, veterans, domestic violence, and human trafficking victims, as well as addiction and neighborhood safety programs. “Feeling safe in your home, at work and at school is a critical component of a good quality of life,” DA Dumanis said. “While the core mission of the DA’s Office is criminal prosecution, crime prevention is also an important part of what we do. As the name implies, this fund will help keep neighborhoods safer across the county.” The Safe Communities Fund will support the work of the DA’s Office in prosecuting criminals through the investment in public safety initiatives. The Safe Communities Fund will operate under the umbrella of The San Diego Foundation. An advisory committee will disperse the monies to non-profit organizations in the county. All donations are tax deductible. Donations are now being accepted. “Anyone looking for a great way to give back to the community this holiday season and support public safety should consider donating to the San Diego County Safe Communities Fund,” DA Dumanis said. To donate online, go to www.KeepSanDiegoSafe.org. Carlsbad Senior Center Offers Numerous Classes, Workshops, and Events for Adults, Age 50+ – Register before Tuesday, January 5th for the Chair Yoga class to be held on January 7th from 3:45-

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Jesus, Rule Breaker, Rebel

Each Christmas we ponder the miraculous Virgin Birth of Jesus of Nazareth. But reflecting on his death, occurring some 33 years after, offers deeper insight. Scientists studying the Shroud of Turin have discovered that its blood stains are genetically female, while its features are phenotypically male. The victim under that shroud suffered a rare disease called de la Chapelle Syndrome. The Sudarium of Oviedo that was used as a facial sweat cloth after his crucifixion bore the same XX evidence. And both articles have type AB blood, suggesting that these were used on the same victim some 2000 thousand years ago.

Bear in mind, though, that such data do not prove the articles were Jesus's burial cloths, or that he rose from the dead. It's Church dogma that Jesus was born of a virgin, but if so,

4:45pm. Without risk – only pay if you sign up for the full session. Fee for four classes is $29.70 for residents and $33 for non-residents. Wear appropriate clothing. No food within two hours of practice. Build strength, gain flexibility and learn to breathe correctly. On Wednesday, January 13th from 1-2:30pm, a free Investment Education lecture “Accessing & Using Morningstar’s Online Database,” presented by Richard Loth. Learn how to navigate the San Diego County Library’s website for a treasure-trove of Morningstar Investment Research’s mutual fund investing know-how. Bring note-taking material. Space is limited. Thursday, January 14th from 10-11:30am, there will be a free presentation, “Breaking the Silence on Mental Illness.” Two representatives from the National Alliance on Mental Illness will discuss some of the most common forms of mental illness, living with the misunderstandings and misconceptions of the disease, and talk about treatments and coping skills for those affected with the disease. Q&A period follows. Also on Thursday, January 14, at 1pm, the free monthly movie is “The Five People You Meet in Heaven.” The Carlsbad Senior Center is located at 799 Pine Ave, Carlsbad. For more info on Senior Center seminars/classes and other events, visit www.carlsbadca.gov/parksandrec and click on the “Adults 50+” button or call 760.602.4650.

Palomar Health Community Education Classes for January – Palomar Health will host a variety of free and low-cost health-education classes and screenings led by doctors and other health professionals during the month of January, and free Community Flu Shot Clinics in North County, including: Bariatric Dietary Education, Wednesday, January 6 & 20; 6–7:30pm; free; registration required. Take Shape for Life –

did Jesus suffer from the inevitable Chapelle Syndrome, or did God miraculously intervene at conception to beget a normal male?

To learn more about this fascinating topic, listen to the 11 minute video presentation and read the blog chain in this link. http://shroudstory.com/2012/08 /16/a-winning-shroud-of-turinexpository-speech/ Or read an article written in the New Oxford Review by Chang about Chapelle Syndrome: http://www.newoxfordreview.or g/article.jsp?did=1215-chang

Wikipedia describes the genetic details. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/X X_male_syndrome

A recent article in the San Marcos local newspaper, The Biblical Jesus: Rule Breaker, Rebel manages to further upset our preconceived notions, specifically of what he looked like. It depicts what a team of forensic scientists believe is the most accurate portrayal yet of Jesus. Would you listen to someone

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Medifast®, Thursday, January 7 and classes, at: Tuesday, January 12, 6–7:30pm. www.PalomarHealth.org/classes, or Classes are free; registration call 800.628.2880. required. Childbirth: Just the Basics, Saturday, January 9, 9amCWONC Participates in DogFest 4pm. Fee: $55/mom or couple Walk ‘n Roll – Recently seven mem(includes childbirth manual). Blood bers of Contemporary Women of Pressure Screening, Tuesday, North County participated in the January 12, Noon-2pm, and Tuesday, DogFest Walk 'n Roll at NTC Liberty January 26, 10am-2pm. Free, no registration required. Advances in Weight Loss & Metabolic Surgery, Wednesdays, January 13 or 27, 6-9pm, free, registration required. Preparation for Childbirth: 5Week Series, Wednesdays, January 13–February 10, 6:30-9pm or Tuesdays, January 19-February 16, 6:30-9pm. Fee: $70/mom or couple (includes manual). Baby-Care Basics, Photo, from l-r: Linda Breen, Rebecca Wednesday, January 13, Buchen, Gwen Evans, Kathleen King, Jean 6:30–9pm. Fee: $30/mom or Smithers, Gina Tashjian & Marianne couple. Preparation for Valencia Childbirth: In a Weekend, Saturday, January 16, 9am–3:30pm, Station to benefit Canine and Sunday, January 17, 10 Companions for Independence. The am–3:30pm. Fee: $70/mom or couple walk exceeded its fundraising goal (includes childbirth manual). and raised $164,425 (Team Diabetes 101, Tuesdays, January “CWONC” raised $195). Canine 19–February 9m 3-4:30pm, or Companions for Independence is a Wednesdays, January 20–February non profit organization that 10, 10–11:30am. Free; registration enhances the lives of people with disrequired. Fighting Fat Over 40: 3abilities by providing highly trained Part Series, Mondays, January assistance dogs and ongoing support. 25–February 8, 6–7:30pm, or On-line donations can be made at any Tuesdays, January 26–February 9, time to www.cci.org. For info about 10–11:30am; free, registration CWONC, visit www.cwonc.org. required. “Need To Know” Health Strategies for 2016, Tuesday, Cupcakes for Marines Birthday January 26, 6–7:30pm; free, registraWorking with Family Readiness tion required. In addition, Palomar Officer Crystal Gates, members of Health is offering FREE community The Woman’s Club of Vista GFWC flu shots for children and adults ages baked up a sweet birthday for the 9-64 during January, and flu shots Helicopter Marine Light Attack 369 are offered at Palomar Health squadron and delivered 360 cupcakes expresscare locations to persons 2 years old and older for $29.99. ‘Social Butterfly’ Register for these classes, or check for more information and locations of Cont. on Page 8

Celebrating Good Citizens

Looking back on 2015, our office has been extremely busy! Our work can be both challenging, yet rewarding.

Throughout this region, from Escondido and San Marcos to Temecula, there are outstanding citizens, businesses and community organizations that have made a meaningful difference. Over the year, my role in the State Assembly has allowed me to encourage and recognize many outstanding role models from our awesome 75th Assembly district, including:

240 exemplary educators who have demonstrated a strong commitment to preparing students for success in college, vocational training and in life 2,450 students, scouts and interns who attained academic, athletic, arts and other achievements. 265 businesses, innovators and job creators who combined their passion to provide great products and services with a desire to give back, many of whom were recognized at grand openings, ribbon cut-

tings or as my “Business of the Month”. 740 citizens, organizations, clubs, clergy and volunteers who inspire and serve others contributing considerable talents and resources to strengthen our communities. 600 First Responders, public safety officials, law enforcement professionals and military who were recognized for going above and beyond in their service to our neighborhoods and our country. As you can see, we have a great number of amazing people in our district who work each day to reach their dreams, help others and enhance our communities' quality of life.

Along with my best wishes for a magical New Year, I want to thank you, the wonderful residents of the 75th Assembly District, for the honor and privilege of serving as your representative in the State Assembly. I am grateful for your confidence and trust and look forward to continuing to work on your behalf.


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yogurt.

Healthy food consisted of anything edible. Cooking outside was called camping.

Seaweed was not a recognized food. 'Kebab' was not even a word, never mind a food.

Sugar enjoyed a good press in those days, and was regarded as being white gold.

Prunes were medicinal. still are.

Pineapples came in chunks in a tin; we had only ever seen a picture of a real one. Water came out of the tap. If someone had suggested bottling it and charging more than gasoline for it, they would have become a laughing stock. Diplomacy

I have a friend who is a master of diplomacy.

I first witnessed his ability to use tact, even under difficult circumstances. Let me give you an example.

This was back when he was doing some part-time work in a grocery supermarket.

A man walked into the produce department and wanted to buy a half head of lettuce. He told the guy they only sold lettuce by the head. The man was insistent that he ask the manager. Walking into the back room, he said to the manager, "Some idiot wants to buy a half-head of lettuce." As he finished his statement the man was standing right behind him.

And that's when he said ... "And this kindly gentleman offered to buy the other half!" Well, who wouldn't have been impressed by that feat of diplomacy? The man went away happy, as was the manager.

"That was brilliant," said the manager. "Where are you from, son?" "Texas,"said the young fella.

"Well, why'd you leave Texas," the manager asked. "Sir, there's nothing but whores and football players there." "Really!" said the manager. "My wife is from Texas."

"Get out outta here!" the fella

said, "Who'd she play for?" Golf Outing

One day out on the golf course, a golfer accidentally overturned his golf cart. A very attractive woman, who lived in a villa on the golf course, heard the noise, came out onto her balcony and called out to him, “Hey, are you okay?”

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“I'm fine, thanks," he replied.

"You look frazzled,” the woman said, “come up to my villa for a drink and I will help you get the cart up afterwards."

"That's mighty nice of you," he answered, “but I don't think my wife would like that."

"Oh, come on," the woman, a gorgeous brunette in a sexy bikini, insisted. “I can see you've cut your head. It could be serious. Let me take care of that right away. I'm a nurse.” She was very persuasive....and he was weak. "Well okay," he agreed, and added, "but my wife won't like it."

After she bandaged his wound, she gave him a most welcome brandy. They talked a little about golf and he discovered she was an avid golfer with a four handicap. When he confessed to a weakness in his putting, she gave him a putting lesson holding him close and intimately as she did so. Finally he confessed, "I feel a lot better now, but I had better get going. I know my wife is going to be really upset with me being here with you." "Don't be silly!” the woman said with a smile, “she won't know anything. By the way, where is she?" "Under the cart," he replied. 50. 49. 48. 47. 46. 45. 44. 43. 42. 41. 40. 39. 38. 37. 36. 35. 34. 33. 32. 31. 30. 29. 28. 27.

Top 50 Oxymorons

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The Cook Who Was An Unlikely Hero

The under-fire actions of a lowranking Navy cook during the attack on Pearl Harbor made the sailor one of the first Americans to be decorated for bravery during World War II.

What adds interest to the actions of “Dorey” Miller, a third-class petty officer, was that he was the first AfricanAmerican to be so recognized. As a result, his heroism rallied the Black communities across America to give more support to the war effort. Miller was a cook aboard the USS West Virginia. When the attack on Pearl Harbor began, he immediately reported to his battle station, only to discover

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San Marcos . . . and who always welcomes you with that world famous smile . . . . Ray Alto, one of the world’s greatest in the food service industry . . . major domo of Jalapeno Cantina and Grill and La Tapatia . . . always good food and great service . . . to Dr. Steve Heilman, always there to give me a chiropractic adjustment (and usually with a half dozen corny jokes at no extra charge) . . . to Frederick Gomez, our prolific writer of cover stories and everyone’s favorite member of the Kumeyaay nation (and pretty good practical joker as well) . . . to Tom Morrow, whose weekly columns keep us up to date on historical facts and figures . . . to Arie de Jong, legendary businessman and success story, who gives so much of his time and wealth to support the communities he’s come to know and love . . . to Bruce Krider, my dear pal whohas save upwards of 50 dogs over the past several years and found homes for all but two of them (and he’s working on that). President of the Puppy Coalition Foundation, he has tirelessly worked and spent his own money to save dogs from certain death via euthanization, my candidate for sainthood . . . (and to Laura, his wife, for tolerating his love of dogs) . . . to Tony and Sarah, those genial owners of Casa Angelo in San Marcos; a

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a torpedo had destroyed it.

The young petty officer ran into an officer, who told him to go to the bridge and aid the ship's Captain Mervyn Bennion, who had been hit by shrapnel.

Miller was then ordered to load two Browning .50 caliber antiaircraft machine guns in the aft part of the battleship. He wasn't familiar with the machine gun, but two accompanying officers told him what to do. Miller fired the gun until he ran out of ammunition, then he was ordered to help carry the Captain up to the navigation bridge out of the thick oily smoke generated by the many fires on and around the ship. When the attack finally subsided, Miller was ordered to help move injured sailors through oil and water, thereby "unquestionably saving the lives of a number of people who might otherwise have been lost.” The West Virginia sank to the harbor bottom as her crew— including Miller—abandoned ship.

Two weeks later, the Navy released a list of commendations. Among them was a single notation for an “unnamed Negro.” The NAACP asked President Franklin D. Roosevelt to determine the name of the sailor and award him the Distinguished Service Cross, at that time the secondhighest combat honor. The Navy Board of Awards in Washington D. C., revealed the name of the “unknown Negro” sailor was Third Class Petty Officer "Doris Miller." The Pittsburgh Courier initiated a write-in campaign to send Miller to the Naval Academy.

His combat recognition made him one of the first heroes of World War II. He was commended by Secretary of the Navy Frank Knox, and personally recognized by Fleet Admiral Chester W. Nimitz aboard the aircraft carrier USS Enterprise. Nimitz presented Miller with the Navy Cross, the third-highest award for gallantry during combat the Navy awarded at the time. Today the Navy Cross is the second-highest honor for the Navy and Marines. Miller was promoted to Mess Attendant First Class on June 1, 1942. The Pittsburgh Courier continued to push to return Miller to the U.S. for a war bond tour, but he already was back in the country doing just that. After training in Hawaii, Miller was assigned to the USS

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26. Sweet sorrow 25. Childproof 24. "Now, then..." 23. Synthetic natural gas 22. Christian Scientists 21. Passive aggression 20. Taped live 19. Clearly misunderstood 18. Peace force 17. Extinct Life 16. Temporary tax increase 15. Computer jock 14. Plastic glasses 13. Terribly pleased 12. Computer security 11. Political science 10. Tight slacks 9. Definite maybe 8. Pretty ugly 7. Twelve-ounce pound cake 6. Diet ice cream 5. Rap music 4. Working vacation 3. Exact estimate 2. Religious tolerance

And the Number one top OxyMoron: 1. Microsoft Works

Weather Report

I just finished talking with my friend in Minneapolis. He said that since early this morning the snow has reached nearly waist high and is still falling ... His wife has done nothing but look through the kitchen win-

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small, intimate restaurant, it is not only an ideal place to have a business meeting, where you can talk without having to shout, but a place where I always head for their daily specials (Wednesdays, Spaghetti, for $2.75? Unheard of! And delicious!) . . . to Dr. Greg Hurt, one of the world’s GREAT dentists and also a close personal friend . . . to our columnists, Dr. Hal Seed, Pastor Richard Huls, (retired), Pastor Tom Fry (retired) and Pastor Sam Brumit, Paul and Nome Van Middlesworth, Dr. Steve Heilman, Dr. Hoon Lim, Mayors Jim Desmond (San Marcos)k, Judy Ritter (Vista) and Jim Wood, (Oceanside), Escondido Councilmember Olga Diaz, from the world of saving pets, John Van Zante, Rancho Coastal Humane Society, and Stacy Archambault, Escondido campus of the San Diego Humane Society, Assemblymember Marie Waldron and her Chief Scribe (and brilliant writer) Tom Stinson ... to the many readers who take the time to send in Letters to the Editor, and to you, our readers, without whom we would not have a going business. You make it all happen.

And finally, a bow in the direction of Evelyn Madison, Associate Publisher of The Paper, Keeper of the Books, Social Butterfly, and dear pal for many years . . . you make it happen, kiddo. Thanks. Hugs.

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He says that if it gets much worse, he may have to let her in... ••••• I didn't make it to the gym today.

That makes five years in a row. ••••• After a tiring day, a commuter settled down in her seat and closed her eyes. As the train rolled out of the station, the guy sitting next to her pulled out his cell phone and started talking in a loud voice: "Hi sweetheart. It's Eric. I'm on the train. Yes, I know it's the six thirty and not the four thirty, but I had a long meeting." "No, honey, not with that blonde from the accounts office. With the boss. No sweetheart, you're the only one in my life. Yes, I'm sure, cross my heart."

Fifteen minutes later, he was still talking loudly, when the young woman sitting next to him had enough and leaned over and said into the phone, "Eric, turn that phone off and come back to bed." Eric doesn't use his cell phone in public any longer.

Cell phone etiquette, ya think ?

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to help the squadron celebrate 240 years of the Corps. The club’s Secretary Chris Anderson and her husband Paul collected the home-

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Each child is encouraged to pick any pair of shoes and three pairs of socks of their choice. The children sponsored are from local Boys & Girls Clubs and Rose Elementary School in Escondido. This program is sponsored annually by funds from these Veteran organizations. For more information, contact Daleen Moore, Commander, American Legion Post 149, at 760. 745.1159 or e-mail at mooreoffice@cox.net.

DAR Chapter Toured GIA - The Conservation Committee of Rancho Buena Vista Chapter of DAR and friends took a tour of GIA, the Gemological Institute of America, a nonprofit institute dedicated to

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priceless works of art, jewelry, and stones, including carved ivory, gemstone musical instruments, a Fabergé type musical egg, and the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show jeweled bras! An amazing exhibit! DAR Members Fill Backpacks and Distribute at VA Hospital Daughters from six DAR (Daughters of the American Revolution) chapters in District XIV met with other organizations at the VA Hospital in La Jolla to fill 250 backpacks with snacks, water, socks, books, toiletries, popcorn, playing cards, and knitted caps. The six then had the honor of distrib-

L-R: Chris Anderson and HMLA-369 FRO Crystal Gates

baked cupcakes and delivered them to the squadron’s hangar at Camp Pendleton. “They really appreciated it and I got lots of handshakes and hugs”, reported Chris. “My husband and I enjoyed ourselves and the club’s efforts were greatly appreciated.” The Woman’s Club of Vista adopted HMLA-369 which was adopted also by the City of Vista and other local service groups, providing special meals, bamboo socks, and two summer Beach Bash events.

Local Veteran Organizations Donate Shoes & Socks - Palomar Voiture 1406 partnered with American Legion Post 146 in Oceanside, Post 149 in Escondido, and Post 365 in Vista to provide much needed shoes and socks to over 30 local school-age children in need.

Back: Jo Tipton, Lois Humphrey, Cindy Goodger, Susie Stolberg, John Bryant, Anna Howard, Alison Scott, Sheryl Kronebusch, Marie Zadrabec, Judy Bowen, Colleen Lukoff, Jan Quigley, Joy Meeker, Marilyn Fine, Happy Elliott, Joe Itson, Sonja Itson; L-R Front: Jill Scott, Donna Toro, Mary Millet, Allan Lukoff

research and education in the field of gemology and the jewelry arts. We learned about the adult education program for jewelers, the Gems for Kids program for school age kids, conservation efforts for scarce gemstones, and local San Diego mining operations. The group saw many

uting some backpacks and lap robes to patients in the spinal cord wing and fourteen patients in another section. Two therapy dogs joined the fun

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as the backpacks were being filled. Pictured are Debbie Williams, Letitia Coxe Shelby; Christy Stringfield, Rincon del Diablo; June Carter, Rancho Buena Vista; Jennifer Smith, Linares; Wanda Prosser, Santa Margarita; Linda Unrue, De Anza; Donna Fischer, Chief, Voluntary Service, VA San Diego Healthcare System, an Air Force Veteran. A Christmas to remember for all of us.

Foundation and assisted in libraries at Kelley Elementary and Valley Middle School; and is active in local PTA boards. She was given the Presidential Lifetime Achievement Volunteer Award for 4,000 hours of service in 2003.

Frank Whitton epitomizes the idea of public service. A retired Marine and Vietnam veteran, Whitton has served the City of Carlsbad since moving to the city in 1996. On a larger scale, Whitton has been devoted to community and country for his entire adult life. His most recent contribution to the city was creating the Carlsbad Fire Department Foundation, which has raised almost $100,000 in donations in less than a year. The foundation’s purpose is to support Carlsbad’s firefighters by enhancing fire and rescue services, and raise funds to help pay for supplementary equipment, communication gear and other items. “Our first major purchase was five quick connectors for the hydraulic hoses that run the Jaws of Life,” he said. The foundation also awards scholarships to firefighters’ dependents to help them pursue their vocational or collegiate careers. The foundation’s largest Carlsbad Citizens of the Year fundraiser is a golf tournament, to be Named - Longtime volunteers Taffy held this year on October 26 at The Cannon and Frank Whitton have Crossings at Carlsbad. Whitton been named Carlsbad Citizens of the started serving Carlsbad with four Year. The annual award recognizes years on the Traffic Commission; two and honors community members who years on the Juvenile Justice Panel have dedicated themselves through until his appointment to the outstanding service and given their Planning Commission, where he served from 2002 to 2009. He enlisted in the Marines in 1956; served 13 months in Vietnam; was an aide to the commanding general of Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton; and instrumental in establishing a camp that ultimately housed and cared for 50,000 Vietnamese refugees at Camp Pendleton in 1975. After retiring in 1978, he served as associate dean of the S.D. Community College District, directing two schools at the Naval Training Center. After leaving there, he continued to assist veterans by helping to establish the Service Disabled Veteran Owned Business Network, a national group that helps disabled veterans Frank Whitton and Taffy Cannon succeed in business. Whitton and his wife of 58 time and energy toward civic years, Joanna, have four children improvement, beautification and betand six grandchildren. terment of the community of Carlsbad. This year’s honorees, “The History and the Hair Story: selected by a committee of Carlsbad . . .” – Coming to the Museum at the residents, were recognized at a cereCalifornia Center for the Arts, mony at Carlsbad City Hall. Escondido (CCAE), is “The History and the Hair Story: 400 Years Taffy Cannon’s love of reading began Without A Comb” exhibition running as a small girl and continued so it from January 16-March 6. Curated was natural that when she and her by Starla Lewis, Professor of Black husband moved to Carlsbad in 1990 History at San Diego Mesa College, she would join Friends of the Library, this story follows hair trends from becoming president soon after, and Africa, into the slave trade, through helping to organize the annual the civil rights movement, and to Holiday Park book fairs, a large city modern times to find that hair, across event at that time. She has served on cultures, is irrepressibly linked to that board for 25 years, including identity and individuality. This story three terms as president. During features hair implements, products, that time she has helped raise an historical accounts, advertisements, estimated $1.5 million for the library propaganda, and original artwork through book sales. When the and photos. Among local artists Carlsbad City Library on Dove Lane who’ve been invited to tell their own opened in 1999, she established a Hair story is African American entrenew bookstore, which she manages to preneur and pioneer in the field of this day. “It’s a writer’s dream,” said African American hair care, Dr. Canon, an established author. “The Willie L. Morrow. He presents his staff is volunteer, and the stock is extensive collection of artifacts showdonated.” Cannon has served as a ing that old flattening irons and founding member and chair of the wooden combs tell a crucial story Carlsbad Library and Arts about the black experience, slavery,

and the economic empowerment of African Americans. During exhibitions, the Museum is open Thursdays-Saturdays (10am-4pm), and Sundays (1-4pm). Tickets are $8; members and children under 12 get in free. Seniors (60+), military and student discounts are available. For more info, call 760.839.4138; or purchase tickets online, visit www.artcenter.org. The Center is located at 340 N. Escondido Blvd, and the Ticket Office can be reached at 800.988.4253.

DAR Chapter Joins In National Day of Service – Members of the Santa Margarita Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR), gathered at the home of Wanda Prosser to finish off a National Day of Service celebrating the 125th anniversary of the National Society. Over 100 bags of personal toiletry

Foundation, improves quality of life for families by awarding $41,473 to ten non-profit organizations that demonstrate the power to build a more vibrant and healthy community. Programs funded include: Stepping Stones to Stem Success with the Boys and Girls Clubs Ramona Branch ($5,000); Screen Your Teen with Eric Paredes Save a Life Foundation ($3,500); Partner Mobile Pantry with Feeding America San Diego ($4,773); Offsite and Onsite Sessions with Hearts & Hooves ($1,000); Ramona Sobering Center with In His Steps Christian Recovery Homes ($7,000); Low Water Use Drippage System at Ramona Community Garden ($1,700); Reducing Senior Food Insecurities with the Ramona Senior Center ($5,000); Main Hall Project with the Ramona Town Hall ($7,000); Crisis Invention with Trauma Intervention

pictured: Adele Lancaster, Janet Giovannetti, Jacquie Berzins, Sue Stehle, Wanda Prosser, Diana Cook, Linda Ramos, Alida Woodward, Deirdre Marsac

items were put together to be delivered to the veterans at the VA Hospital in La Jolla. That same morning Regent Linda Ramos, Corresponding Secretary Prosser and District XIV Historian Diana Cook delivered over 350 clothing, bedding and personal items to veterans at Interfaith Community Services in Escondido as part of a combined effort among the North County chapters of District XIV. The Chapter

Programs ($4,000); and Write Out Loud ($2,500).

“In just four years, we have granted more than $126,000 to nonprofits working to make Ramona a better place to work, live and play” celebrated Wes Brustad, Chair of the Ramona Community Foundation. “Thanks to the collective support of our local leaders, friends and neighbors, Ramona Community

left to right: RCF Board members Paul Zawilenski; Kevin McNees; Boys & Girls Club Simone McCure; Board member Kristen Zook; Boys & Girls Club Jennifer Kolbauer; Board members Donna Zick; Cindy Galloway; Neil Krenzal; and Board Chair Wes Brustad

provides services to our veterans on a monthly basis. DAR is open to any female eighteen years of age or older who is lineally descended from an ancestor who provided aid in some form to the patriots fight for independence in the Revolutionary War. Visit http://santamargarita.californiadar.org.

Ramona Community Foundation Grants $41,473 – The Ramona Community Foundation (RCF), an affiliate of The San Diego

Foundation is able to play an active role in improving the quality of life within our community. We are excited to see the impact this year’s grant programs will have in Ramona.” To learn more about how to get involved, contact Trudy Armstrong at trudy@sdfoundation.org.

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• Page 10 • December 31, 2015

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. Olga Diaz

Council Member, Represents District 3

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Police, with the assistance of the San Diego Sheriff’s Department, San Diego Police Department, California Highway Patrol and ASTREA, tracked the vehicle south on I-5 for approximately 46 miles.

San Diego County Sheriff’s Department deputies deployed spike strips in the area of H Street and I-5 in Chula Vista. The suspect was later identified as Jana Elaine Jones, D.O.B 10/02/1981, from Anaheim Ca. Jones crossed the strips damaging the vehicle’s tires. Jones continued to flee south on I-5 for a short distance, eventually stop-

College is for Farmers

Feeding the world is no easy task. As population growth continues and climate change impacts become more severe, studying farming techniques to maximize production is critical. Consumers increasingly demand organic fruits and vegetables as well as humanely raised livestock. Enhanced awareness of locally sourced foods is helping to reinvigorate small family farming operations. This is especially important in San Diego County where ping on I-5. At approximately 7:40 p.m., Jones was taken into custody without injury.

Jones was booked into the Vista Detention Facility for Felony Evading, Auto Theft, Possession of Stolen Property and Resisting Arrest. Hearing on Restrainng Order Against School Board Trustee Continues

Jose Fragozo, Escondido school board trustee who is presently under a temporary restraining order heard testimony Wednesday to determine if his TRO should be made permanent. In court to testify was Luis Rankins-Ibarra, the district’s top

the number of farms outranks every biologically sound fertilizers. Farming other county in the nation. is not just muddy work, it incorporates science, engineering and economic Escondido farmers have experienced principles that sustain society. For water cost increases that have resulted these reasons, the San Diego County in shrinking of groves for water Farm Bureau has established a college conservation. Simply look around at our hillsides for evidence of grove scholarship fund to support students reduction – cut and painted tree trunks who pursue a degree in an agricultural where green groves once produced food. related field of study. We need Continued study of agriculture is continued advancements in this important. Modern farming industry to feed the locals and the Learn more at: incorporates cutting edge technology to world. design efficient irrigation systems and www.sdfarmbureau.org

administrator who testified Fragozo created a hostile work environment worse than the mean streets of East Los Angeles where Rankins-Ibarra grew up.

The superintendent said he navigated past drug-dealing gangs and violence by focusing on his studies, but has been unable to cope with Fragozo. Rankins-Ibarra and trustees Paulette Donnellon and Zesty Harper — who have also testified in the hearing — said Fragozo has harassed administrators with bullying text messages, emails, finger-pointing antics and namecalling. The superintendent has said the behavior has caused him to fear for his life.

Fragozo has said that the allegations are completely false.

Donnellon testified before Superior Court Judge Richard Whitney on Wednesday that Fragozo’s hostile behavior has escalated since earlier this year when education consultant WestEd issued a critical report analyzing the district’s English Learner program. She said Fragozo began to demand that changes be made in the program.

Three other district executives joined Rankins-Ibarra in the complaint. The temporary restraining order is effective until the judge issues a ruling, which may come in midJanuary.

The Pastor Says . . .

all the emotions, experiences, words, feelings, sounds, joys and even disappointments, which have become a part of us.

Rhiannon is pet of the week at your Rancho Coastal Humane Society. She’s an 8 month old, 7 pound, Medium Hair Tabby kitten. Rhiannon was abandoned in a wire crate with several other cats. She received the care she needed then was transferred to Rancho Coastal Humane Society through the FOCAS program. Now she’s eager to find her new home. Rhiannon loves cats, kids, and other companion animals.

The $100 adoption fee for Rhiannon includes medical exam, vaccinations, spay and registered microchip. For more information call 760753-6413, visit Rancho Coastal Humane Society at 389 Requeza Street in Encinitas, or log on to SDpets.org.

Birdie, a 2-year-old Chihuahua/Rat Terrier mix, is looking for a new best friend. This sweet girl entered our care as a stray and while we were not able to locate her previous family, Birdie is hoping to find a new home for the holidays. She is a shy dog, but is learning to make new friends and has had a lot of fun in her playgroup with other dogs. Birdie loves to go on walks and is great on a leash. She is house-trained and gets along well with other dogs. Her ideal family is one that will take her out for a walk around the neighborhood, and then settle in for the evening with snuggles on the couch. Birdie is very fearful of men at the moment, but would be the perfect lap dog for a woman looking for a little lady to love! Birdie is available for adoption at the San Diego Humane Society’s Escondido Campus at 3450 East Valley Parkway. To learn more about making her part of your family, please call (760) 888-2275 or visit sdhumane.org.

Pastor Richard Huls, Retired Well, It Is Over?

Well, it is over. Another Christmas. It is time to think about disposing of the tree, taking the outside lights and decorations down, exchanging that gift, which was too small or large, or unwanted. The house, hopefully, will return to normal. And, of course, there will be the accounting with credit cards, which, for the most part, covered most purchases. With all of this, we can say, “Christmas is over, at least for another year.” Or is it? It is really just the beginning with putting together

That is what happened two thousand years ago when Jesus was born. There were some moments when it was over such as when the shepherds saw and heard angels and then the Christ Child, and the Magi, after a long journey, found the child Jesus and presented their gifts. They each did their thing and then it was over. Nothing else is recorded of their experiences.

For Jesus, however, it was just the beginning – a fulfillment of Biblical promises, a journey of uncertain responses, death on a cross, and then the beginning of hope and eternal life for all mankind in His resurrection. No, it is not over! To celebrate a birth is exciting, but a sharing in a life is always more. It is and can be, a New Year of experiences, a new beginning of a journey of faith with the ONE who gave us our first Christmas, which is never over.


The Paper

• Page 11 • December 17, 2015

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

San Marcos • Mayor Jim Desmond

December 31— Christmas tree and holiday recycling

Did you know t h a t Christmas trees cause about 200 fires annually that result in deaths, injuries and millions of dollars in property damage? EDCO customers can place their tree curbside on their regular collection day during the two weeks after Christmas, Dec. 26 through Jan. 12, at no extra charge.

San Marcos. With family gettogethers, parties, gift exchanges and holiday decorations, Americans produce approximately 25% more waste between Thanksgiving and New Years Day. Keep the season less wasteful by using fewer disposable items and be diligent about disposing recyclable cans, bottles, gift-wrap, greeting cards and gift boxes in your blue recycling cart.

For more information about tree As the holidays wrap-up and holiday recycling, call (760) remember to keep the green in 744-2700. Escondido • Mayor Sam Abed

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

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Liscome Bay, which took part in the Battle of Makin Island. On November 24, that ship was sunk with only 272 survivors from the crew of more than 900. Miller was not among them. Dorey Miller has slipped into historical obscurity, however actor Cuba Gooding played Miller in a few brief scenes in the recent film, “Pearl Harbor,� which returned the sailor’s heroism to brief note.

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who looked like the picture portrayed in the link below, who then asked you to follow him--leaving your family, your business, your wealth, and ultimately sacrificing your life for his gospel message? http://thecommunitypaper.com / December 24,2015 issue

You may find these scientific findings most disturbing. But remember, after all, no one can prove or disprove with laboratory equipment that Jesus was raised from the dead, upon which all Christian doctrine depends. 1 Cor 15:14-17 Reason, logic, and science can take us only so far, where we must then make a leap of faith,

and grope with blind belief into the mysterious unknown, for who else offered us eternal life? Or as Shakespeare expressed in Hamlet, Act 1, Scene 5, where Hamlet insists that he met and conversed with his father's ghost: "There are more

things in heaven and earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy."

After you recover from imbibing this heady concoction, have a Happy New Year!đ&#x;?¸ Sincerely, Richard M.Dell'Orfano San Diego County, CA.

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Vista • Mayor Judy Ritter

Ring in the New Year!

I wish you and your family a happy and healthy 2016. I hope this New Year brings renewed continued prosperity to our country, state and especially to our city. This may be the perfect time to get to know the city you live in! The Vista Leadership Academy is accepting registration through February 19. Gain a better understanding of how Vista government works on your behalf. Learn about city growth management, traffic, city finances, and other issues that impact you. The free Academy is a seven-week program, held once a week in the evenings from 5- 7 pm.

The next Academy runs from March 2 to April 12, 2016. Registration is limited and is being accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis, so register early! The Academy is open to Vista residents or business owners aged 18 or older. The registration applications are online at cityofvista.com or contact the Communications Office at 760.643.5200. Thank you to our residents, businesses, and visitors for being part of the community. You make Vista a unique place to live, work and play. Happy New Year!

Oceanside • Mayor Jim Wood

6th Annual Polynesian All American Bowl On Saturday, January 1st and $10 afterwards. January 9th, High school, middle school and O c e a n s i d e elementary school students can p r o u d l y buy tickets for $5 at the gate with presents the a student ID. If you want to start Polynesian All American Bowl. the weekend off with a Polynite Student athletes from 11 states concert at New Venture Christian and the territory of American Fellowship featuring The Katinas, Samoa will be on hand to combo tickets for the game and showcase their skills and interact concert can be purchased for $17 with some of Polynesia’s legends before January 1st and $25 from the NFL and CFL. The game starts at 1:00 pm and will take afterwards. New Venture is place at Oceanside High School’s located at 4,000 Mystra Way in John Carroll Stadium, located at Oceanside. 1 Pirates Cove Way. Food and drinks will be available to The concert begins at 7:00 pm. For purchase at the stadium. No more information about these please go to outside food or drinks are allowed. events, Tickets for the game only are $7 www.polynesianallamericanbowl. plus a processing fee before com.

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Charitable Foundation Grants $167,860 to Local Organizations – In 2015, the Escondido Charitable Foundation (ECF), an affiliate of The San Diego Foundation, awarded $167,860 to eight nonprofit organizations that promote the rich natural resources and open spaces of Escondido, at a Grant Celebration held at the Classical Academy High School in Escondido. Programs funded include Chaparral Passport and Naturalist Program with The California Chaparral Institute ($20,560); Children’s Natural Play Area with El Caballo Park Conservancy ($24,500); Clean Canyons for a Clean Coast with I Love a Clean San Diego County ($17,000); Daley Ranch 7th Grade Field Trip with The Friends of Daley Ranch ($25,000); Escondido Outdoors with Outdoor Outreach ($10,000); Exploring and Conserving the Escondido Creek Watershed with San Elijo Lagoon Conservancy ($30,000); Girls on the Run San Diego ($10,800); and Save Our Aquatic Resources Program with

Zoological Society of San Diego ($30,000). To learn how to get involved, contact Trudy Armstrong at trudy@sdfoundation.org.

Escondido Public Library Launches 1 GBPS Broadband Internet - Escondido Public Library has upgraded bandwidth for its public computers to run at 1 gbps (gigabit per second), thanks to a statewide initiative aimed at connecting public libraries to the California Research and Education Network (CalREN), a 3,800 mile fiber-based high-speed broadband network. This advancement in broadband access was made possible with the award of a $30,000 grant from the California State Library, and connection through The Corporation for Education Network Initiatives in California (CENIC). Support was also received from the Califa Library Group, the Southern California Library Cooperative (SCLC) as project aggregators, and Escondido Public Library’s Board of Trustees. This funding enabled Escondido Public Library to procure the necessary equipment to upgrade

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It’s Up to You.

Our home Cox bill came last week. It was $100 higher than usual, from $150 to $250, so we called to find out why. “Your promotional rates just expired,” they said. “After six years, our promo rates just now expired?” we asked. “Yep,” they said. We told them that we needed to get it back down to $150 so they agreed to change our plan to fit our budget. That night we were only able to watch local TV and PBS. The next day we called around and found that Dish had an $89 (tax included) entertainment package good for two years with content and features far better than anything we had from Cox. Then we called AT&T and got a great price on a telephone land line. Next we called Cox to reconfigure our “bundle.” We told them to

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its infrastructure for public internet bandwidth to make the significant leap from 50 mbps to 1 gbps.

As State Librarian of California, Greg Lucas, commented “Better bandwidth allows public libraries to truly be community information hubs, connecting the more than 21 million Californians with library cards to the essential online resources necessary for 21st Century digital citizenship.” This improvement in bandwidth allows Escondido Public Library to provide a highquality online experience for users, enabling them to fully participate in recreational, educational, and occupational opportunities. For further information on the statewide public library broadband initiative, visit http://cenic.org/network/BroadbandL ibraries or contact Cynthia Smith, Deputy City Librarian, at 760-8394329 or csmith@escondido.org. Escondido Public Library is located at 239 South Kalmia Street in Escondido. Contact the Library at 760-839-4684 or visit our website library.escondido.org.

"Joyous New Year" is Theme of Christian Women's Club Meeting - The San Marcos–Vista Christian Women's Club luncheon will be on Monday, January 18, at 11:30am, at Broken Yolk Café, 101 S. Las Posas Rd, San Marcos. Cost of the luncheon is $18.00. The speaker "Looking forward to the New Year" is Pamela Sheldon, an inspirational and motivational speaker from San Marcos. She will share how we can fill up the vase with more than just stuff. Entertainment will be some very beautiful, refreshing and soulful music, by a special singer, Kayla; music to fill our hearts with "Love throughout the New Year." A special

cancel the $150 entertainment package and the $29 phone land line. We would keep the Internet but reduce it from 50Mbps ($71) to 5Mbps ($34). They went into a huddle and came back with an offer to essentially restore our old “bundle” at the old price. “Too late,” we said, “We’ve already found a better deal.” They went back into the huddle and returned with a $37 bundle that included the Internet and phone. We took it. The bottom line is that we were able to get a better entertainment package from Dish and cheaper phone and Internet package from Cox for $125/mo, a savings of $125/mo. We reduced our Internet speed from 50 to 5Mbps, an unnoticeable difference. It took just four hours of paying attention to get it done and for an annual savings of $1500 it was worth it. Only a few years ago we saved a bunch of money by switching to Cox and dumping AT&T and Dish. Now we are going back to Dish. In two years when our promo rates expire with Dish, what do you bet that we’ll be talking to Cox and AT&T again? That’s the way it works.

designed to discourage us from even trying. They’re counting on it.

Two years ago AT&T sales reps promised us significant savings on our business phones by switching to a new plan. When the new plan cost us nearly $100 a month more than the old plan, we asked for our old plan back. “No can do,” said AT&T. “The old plan is no longer available.” While they admitted that we had been duped into leaving our “grandfathered” position in the old plan by false promises, they claimed there was nothing they could do. It took a year, a lot of phone calls, emails and letters and finally an escalation to AT&T’s president’s office but we finally got our old plan back and

a $1200 credit.

The take-away here is that the companies we pay to provide things like the newspaper, sewer, water, power, Internet and TV are motivated to keep costs down and revenues up. It matters not whether they are Governments, monopolies or competitive businesses; the only person looking after your interests is you. You might be surprised at the kind of payoff you can get by just paying attention and following through. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from The Computer Factory, Nome, Julian, Raunel, Tom and Paul.

The communications/entertainment companies rely on our ignorance and apathy for a significant slice of their profit. Most of us ignore our ever-escalating “bundle” costs and few attempt to understand the options, bundles and services available. Prolonged waits on the phone and deliberately complicated pricing is

feature will be a "New Year Gem," all occasion baskets to fill hearts with joy. Start the New Year off with fun, relaxing music and good food. Bring a friend and come out to meet the guests and make some new friends. The club has no membership or dues. Make reservations by January 14, for the luncheon. Walk-ins welcome. The luncheon is sponsored by Stonecroft Ministries/Christian Women's Club. For more info, go to www.stonecroft.org. For reservations, call Donna at 760.432.0772 or Linda at 760.685.1588. Save the Date—Centennial Celebration of Woman’s Club – On April 17, 2016, the Woman’s Club of Vista will hold their Centennial Celebration, and invites you to share in the Club’s celebration of 100 years of service to the community. The event will be from 2pm-5pm. Ticket details will be available in February. A great program, fun raffles, and an auction are planned. Watch for details! Save the Date!

Optimist Club Hosted Guest Speaker from Army/Navy Academy – Maya Ramirez, Director of International Student Services, of the Army and Navy Academy, was the guest speaker at a recent meeting of the Optimist Club of Carlsbad “The Achievers”. She shared what a day in the life of their cadets was like in the year-round boarding school for boys. At the Academy, 34% of their 270 students (7th- 12th grade) represent over 20 different countries. Most of the English-as-a-second language (ESL) students each speak 3-4 languages. University acceptance rate for the past five consecutive years has been 100%; some even get accepted to West Point. Their largest class has 16 students. The school has

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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-031727 The name of the business: Rainbow Decoration Painting, located at 1370 Calle Jules, Apt 106B, Vista, CA. 92084. This business is hereby registered by the following: Enio Raul Villafana Benitez 1370 Calle Jules, Apt 106B Vista, CA. 92084 This business is conducted by an individual. The first day of business was 12/11/15. /s/Enio Raul Villafana Benitez This statement wasfiled with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 12/11/2015. 12/17, 12/24/, 12/31/15 and 01/7/2016 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-029935 The name of the business: LVCO, located at 3526 Capalina Rd., San Marcos, CA. 92069. This business is hereby registered by the following: Massa Collective, LLC 3526 Capalina Rd. San Marcos, CA. 92069 This business is conducted by a Limited Liability Company. The first day of business was 9/29/15. /s/Steven Shijar, CEO This statement wasfiled with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 11/18/2015. 12/10, 12/17, 12/24/ & 12/31/2015 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-030725 The name of the business: Triple T Services, located at 3487 Rich Field Drive, Carlsbad, CA. 92010. This business is hereby registered by the following: GFA Enterprises, Inc. 3487 Rich Field Drive Carlsbad, CA. 92010 This business is conducted by a corporation. The first day of business was 11/30/15. /s/Dan Miller, President This statement wasfiled with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 11/30/2015. 12/10, 12/17, 12/24/ & 12/31/2015

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-031825 The name of the business: Optimal Health, located at 186 Terrace Dr., #J, Vista, Ca. 92084. This business is hereby registered by the following: Nicolas Garcia 186 Terrace Dr. #J Vista, CA. 92084 This business is conducted by an individual. The first day of business was 11/30/15. Nicolas Garcia This statement wasfiled with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 12/14/2015. 12/17, 12/24/, 12/31/2015 & 01/07/2015

STATEMENT OF ABANDONMENT OF USE OF FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME #2015-030284 Fictitious Business Name: Acti-Kare Responsive In Home Care, located at 2155 Rocky Point Way, San Marcos, CA. 92078. The Fictitious Business Name referred to above was filed in San Diego County on June 04, 2013 and assigned File no. 2013-016299 is abandoned by the following registrants: Honeymoon Cottage, LLC 2155 Rocky Point Way San Marcos, CA. 92078 I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct. (A registrant who declares as true information which he or she knows to be false is guilty of a crime). /s/ Karen Elaine Taylor, Owner This statement was filed with Ernest Dronenburg, County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 11/20/2015. 12/10, 12/17, 12/24 & 12/31/2015

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-031937 The name of the business: Health Stone Glass, located at 6361 Yarrow Dr. #B, Carlsbad, CA. 92011. This business is hereby registered by the following: Chad Soren 14315 Calle De Vista Rd. Valley Center, CA. 92082 This business is conducted by an individual. The first day of business was 4/25/10. /s/Chad Soren This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 12/15/2015. 12/17, 12/24/, 12/31/2015 & 01/07/2015 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-028981 The name of the business: Imperial Machine Shop & Welding, located at 711 W. 4th Ave, Suite B, Escondido, CA. 92025. This business is hereby registered by the following: Jorge Trujillo and Iris Torres Garcia 3345 52nd Street San Diego, CA. 92105 This business is conducted by a Married Couple. The first day of business was 9/1/15. /s/Jorge Trujillo This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 11/09/2015. 12/10, 12/17, 12/24/ & 12/31/2015

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-031656 The name of the business: Medco Medical Management, located at 1309 Shadow Hills Court, San Marcos, Ca. 92069. This business is hereby registered by the following: Philip Hadley 1309 Shadow Hills Court San Marcos, Ca. 92069 This business is conducted by an individual. The first day of business was n/a. /s/Philip Hadley This statement wasfiled with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 12/10/2015. 12/17, 12/24/, 12/31/2015 & 01/07/2015

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-030973 The name of the business: Little Plumber Girl, The LIttle Plumber Girl, located at 1437 Darwin Dr., Oceanside, CA. 92056. This business is hereby registered by the following: Katie Burke 1437 Darwin Dr. Oceanside, CA. 92056 This business is conducted by an individual. The first day of business was 12/2/15. /s/Katie Burke, Owner This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 12/02/2015. 12/10, 12/17, 12/24/ & 12/31/2015

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-030775 The name of the business: Lucky Blue Moon, located at 253 Cerro Street, Encinitas, CA. 92024. This business is hereby registered by the following: Heather Hopper 253 Cerro St. Encinitas, CA. 92024 This business is conducted by an individual. The first day of business was n/a. /s/Heather Hopper This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 11/30/2015. 12/10, 12/17, 12/24/ & 12/31/2015

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-029261 The name of the business: Harbor Gift Shop, located at 278 A-Harbor Drive South, Oceanside, CA. 92054. This business is hereby registered by the following: Malcolm S. and Daliah C. Rawlins 3105 Serrano Dr. Carlsbad, CA. 92009 This business is conducted by a Married Couple. The first day of business was 11/1/1976. /s/Malcolm S. Rawlins This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 11/12/2015. 12/10, 12/17, 12/24/ & 12/31/2015

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-031392 The name of the business: Ponto 21, Ponto21, located at 7140 Tanager Drive, Carlsbad, Ca. 92011. This business is hereby registered by the following: Sultan Akkan Kassegne 7140 Tanager Dr. Carlsbad, Ca. 92011 This business is conducted by an individual. The first day of business was n/a. /s/Sultan Akkan Kassegne This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 12/08/2015. 12/10, 12/17, 12/24/ & 12/31/2015 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-031314 The name of the business: Royal Business Cards, RBC, located at 133 Newport Drive, San Marcos, CA. 92069. This business is hereby registered by the following: Aloha Enterprises, Inc. 2889 Camden Drive Vista, Ca. 92081 This business is conducted by a corporation. The first day of business was 12/6/15. /s/George Burrola, CEO This statement wasfiled with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 12/07/2015. 12/10, 12/17, 12/24/ & 12/31/2015

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-031441 The name of the business: Escondido Flower Shop, located at 619 W. 9th Avenue Unit N, Escondido, Ca. 92025. This business is hereby registered by the following: Javier Hernandez Lopez 1714 Countryside Drive Vista, CA. 92081 This business is conducted by an individual. The first day of business was n/a. /s/Javier Hernandez Lopez This statement wasfiled with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 12/08/2015. 12/17, 12/24/, 12/31/2015 & 01/07/2015

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-030801 The name of the business: A Diamond Production DBA The Futon Shop, The Futon Shop, located at 1232 Los Vallecitos Blvd., Suite 108, San Marcos, CA. 92069, This business is hereby registered by the following: A Diamond Prouction, Inc. 2150 Cesar Chavez Street San Francisco, CA. 94124 This business is conducted by a corporation. The first day of business was n/a. /s/Suzanne Diamond, CEO This statement wasfiled with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 11/30/2015. 12/10, 12/17, 12/24/ & 12/31/2015 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT

#2015-031425

The name of the business: The Fume

Team Inc. located at 615 Felicita Rd.,

Spring Valley, CA. 91977. This business

is hereby registered by the following:

The Fume Team Inc

615 Felicita Rd.

Spring Valley, CA. 91977

This business is conducted by a cor-

poration.

The first day of business was n/a.

/s/Uriel Zuniga, President

This statement wasfiled with Ernest

J.

Dronenburg

Jr.,

County

Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County

12/08/2015.

12/10, 12/17, 12/24/ & 12/31/2015

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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT

#2015-029301

The name of the business: Curry &

More Indian Bistro, located at 113 S.

Las

Posas

92078.

Road, San

Marcos, CA.

This business is hereby reg-

istered by the following:

Sal Kripa, Inc.

113 S. Las Posas Rd.

San Marcos, Ca. 92078

This business is conducted by a cor-

poration.

The

first

4/09/09.

day

of

business

was

/s/Sunil Malhotra, President

This statement wasfiled with Ernest

J.

Dronenburg

Jr.,

County

Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County

11/12/2015.

12/10, 12/17, 12/24/ & 12/31/2015 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-031233 The name of the business: GCAC Financial, located at 250 S. Orange Ave., Escondido, CA. 92025. This business is hereby registered by the following: SGARS Consulting 738 Marsopa Dr. Vista. Ca. 92081 This business is conducted by a corporation. The first day of business was n/a. /s/Garland Worthington, President This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 12/04/2015. 12/17, 12/24/, 12/31/2015 & 01/07/2015

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-030827 The name of the business: Oscar’s Mexican Food Restaurant, located at 225 S. Rancho Santa Fe, San Marcos, CA. 92078. This business is hereby registered by the following: Oscar Castro, 556 Starstone Pl. San Marcos, CA. 92069 This business is conducted by an individual. The first day of business was 01/01/1994. /s/Oscar Castro This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 12/01/2015. 12/17, 12/24/, 12/31/2015 & 01/07/2015 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-030237 The name of the business: CWC Computing, CWC Digital Imagery, located at 2168 Country Place, Escondido, CA. 92026. This business is hereby registered by the following: Charles W. Cleveland 2168 Country Place Escondido, CA. 92026 This business is conducted by an individual. The first day of business was n/a. /s/Charles W. Cleveland This statement wasfiled with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 11/20/2015. 12/17, 12/24/, 12/31/2015 & 01/07/2015 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-031995 The name of the business: Wholistic Recovery International, located at 3540 Dove Hollow Rd.,Encinitas, Ca. 92024. This business is hereby registered by the following: La Jeanne Andrade 4025 Calle Mayo San Clemente, CA. 92673 Paul Waroff 3540 Dove Hollow Rd. Encinitas, Ca. 92024 This business is conducted by CoPartners. The first day of business was n/a. /s/La Jeanne Andrade This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 12/15/2015. 12/24/, 12/31/2015 & 01/07, 1/14/2016 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-031516 The name of the business: Lake San Marcos Realty, Agnew’s Residential and Investment Real Estate, located at 1531 San Pablo Dr., San Marcos, CA. 92078. This business is hereby registered by the following: Avery Postal Group, Inc. 1531 San Pablo Dr. San Marcos, CA. 92078 This business is conducted as a corporation. The first day of business was 12/13/10. /s/James R. Agnew, President This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 12/09/2015. 12/24/, 12/31/2015 & 01/07, 1/14/2016

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-032358 The name of the business: LBP Partnerhip, located at 1570 Linda Vista Drive, San Marcos, CA. 92078. This business is hereby registered by the following: Diversified Engineering, a California corporation 1570 Linda Vista Drive San Marcos, CA. 92078 This business is conducted by a Limited Partnership. The first day of business was 3/01/89. /s/Elaine M. Regan, Secretary of Diversified Engineering, GP of LPB Partnership, LP. This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 12/17/2015. 12/24/, 12/31/2015 & 01/07, 1/14/2016

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-032357 The name of the business: Rancheros Commercial Park, located at 1570 Linda Vista Drive, San Marcos, CA. 92078 This business is hereby registered by the following: LBP Partnership, LP, a California limited partnership 1570 Linda Vista Drive San Marcos, CA. 92078 This business is conducted by a Limited Partnership. The first day of business was 3/06/89. /s/Elaine M. Regan, Secretary of Diversified Engineering, GP of LPB Partnership, LP. This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 12/17/2015. 12/24/, 12/31/2015 & 01/07, 1/14/2016

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-032135 The name of the business: MC Financial, located at 703 Karena Ct., Vista, Ca. 92083. This business is hereby registered by the following: Marco Cardoso 703 Karena Ct. Vista, Ca. 92083 This business is conducted by an individual. The first day of business was 11/04/15. /s/Mario Cardoso This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 12/16/2015. 12/24/, 12/31/2015 & 01/07 and 01/14/2016 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-031742 The name of the business: Pristine Services by Cordova, located at 6150 Paseo Picador, Carlsbad, Ca. 92009. This business is hereby registered by the following: Jose Duran 6150 Paseo Picador Carlsbad, CA. 92009 This business is conducted by an individual. The first day of business was n/a. Jose Duran This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 12/11/2015. 12/24/, 12/31/2015 & 01/07 and 01/14/2016

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-030926 The name of the business: Kaiah’s Gift, located at 0263 Rayford Drive, Escondido, Ca. 92026, This business is hereby registered by the following: Benny Charles 10263 Rayford Drive Escondido, Ca. 92026 This business is conducted by an individual. The first day of business was n/a. /s/Charmaine G. Lowe This statement wasfiled with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 12/01/2015. 12/24, 12/31/2015, 01/07, 01/14/2016

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-032800 The name of the business: San Elijo Neurofeedback and Psychological Services, located at 1240 San Elijo Road North, San Marcos, Ca. 92078, This business is hereby registered by the following: Charmaine G. Lowe 1240 San Elijo Road North San Marcos, Ca. 92078 This business is conducted by an individual. The first day of business was n/a. /s/Charmaine G. Lowe This statement wasfiled with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 12/24/2015. 12/31/2015, 01/07, 01/14 & 01/21/2016.

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-032988 The name of the business: K & K Consructions, located at 1377 Via Christina, Vista, CA. 92084, This business is hereby registered by the following: Angelo and Claire Vittese 1377 Via Christina Vista, CA. 92084 This business is conducted by a Married Couple. The first day of business was 2/28/03. /s/Claire Vittese This statement wasfiled with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 12/292015. 12/31/2015, 01/07, 01/14 & 01/21/2016.

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Escondido, CA—In a 2002 issue of Neurosurgical Focus, a peerreviewed article was published by a Dr. Michael D. Martin, MD et al. in which the third sentence states: “The disc itself is active tissue that contains significant mechanisms for self-repair.” That article was published by a neurosurgeon and written directly for neurosurgeons.

“The Disc Itself Is Active Tissue...”

So what does that really mean to us? It tells us that the disc itself does have a God-given ability to heal and repair if provided the proper mechanisms for self-healing. There is a specific mechanism inherent in each of the spinal discs called the “pump mechanism of disc nutri-tion” (see Fig 1). When this mechanism is not working properly, the spinal discs will begin to die causing bulges, herniations, and eventually spinal stenosis.

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brown leaves are the plant’s problem? Of course not, the leaves turning brown is just a condition that is telling you that there is something wrong with the plant. The plant is unhealthy and needs water and nutrients. You could spray paint the leaves green but it just covers up the condition. The underlying problem still exists and will continue to produce brown leaves until you fix the actual problem. and tingling that most experience with bulging, herniated or degenerative discs are NOT the problem. The definition of a symptom: “something that indicates the existence of something else.” It is just like the dashboard of your car telling you that something is wrong (brake lights out, engine needs checked, overheating, etc.) Those lights that appear in your car dash are NOT the problem. You can remove the lights surgically or put a piece of duct tape over the lights but the problem will NOT be fixed...the problem is still present. Let’s take a look at a plant for example...if the leaves on a plant begin to turn brown, would you say that the

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