Volume 45 - No. 19
Compiled by lyle e davis
Editor’s Note: This is one of a series of journal entries dictated by James P. Beckwourth, an adventurer, explorer, scout, hunter, trapper, pioneer, emigrant and, for a time, Indian Chief of the Crows.
The narrative is almost amusing in that hardy pioneers did not really talk in such elegant terms. Clearly, T. D. Bonner, who writes this biography, has exercised considerable ‘poetic license’ in describing the adventures in such elegant prose.
Here, then, more in the continuing saga describing the trek out West by James P. Beckwourth: Removal of our Rendezvous.—Battle with our Friends, the Black Feet. —A Race for dear Life.— Great Victory over the Grovan Band of Black Feet.
AFTER we had rested we departed for Snake River, making the Black Foot buttes on our way, in order to pass through the buffalo region. I received a severe lecture from Mr. Sublet for my rashness while at the trading post. The second day of our march, one of our men, while fishing, detected a party of Black Feet in the act of stealing our horses in the open day. But for the man, they would have succeeded in making off with a great number. The alarm was given, and we mounted and gave immediate chase. The Indians were forty-four in number, and on foot; therefore they became an easy prey. We ran them into a thicket of dry bush, which we surrounded, and then fired in several places. It was quite dry, and, there being a good breeze at the time, it burned like chaff. This driving the Indians out, as fast as they made their appearance we shot them with our rifles. Every one of them was killed; those who escaped our bullets were consumed in the fire; and as they were all more or less roasted, we took no scalps. None of our party were hurt, except one, who was wounded by one of our men.
On the third day we found buffalo, and killed great numbers of them by a "surround." At this place we lost six horses, three of them belonging to myself, two to a Swiss, and one to Baptiste. Not relishing the idea of losing them (for they were splendid animals), and seeing no signs of The Paper - 760.747.7119
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Indians, I and the Swiss started along the back track in pursuit, with the understanding that we would rejoin our company at the Buttes. We followed them to the last place of rendezvous; their tracks were fresh and plain, but we could gain no sight of our horses. We then gave up the chase, and encamped in a thicket. In the morning we started to return, and had not proceeded far, when, hearing a noise in our rear, I looked round, and saw between two and three hundred Indians within a few hundred yards of us. They soon discovered us, and, from their not making immediate pursuit, I inferred that they mistook us for two of their own party. However, they soon gave chase. They being also on foot, I said to my companion, "Now we have as good a chance of escaping as they have of overtaking us." The Swiss (named Alexander) said, "It is of no use for me to try to get away: I can not run; save yourself, and never mind me."
"No," I replied, "I will not leave you; run as fast as you can until you reach the creek; there you can hide, for they will pursue me."
He followed my advice, and saved himself. I crossed the stream, and when I again appeared in sight of the Indians I was on the summit of a small hill two miles in advance. Giving a general yell, they came in pursuit of me. On I ran, not daring to indulge the hope that they would give up the chase, for some of the Indians are great runners, and would rather die than incur the ridicule of their brethren. On, on we tore; I to save my scalp, and my pursuers to win it. At length I reached the Buttes, where I had expected to find the camp, but, to my inconceivable horror and dismay, my comrades were not there. They had found no water on their route, and had proceeded to the river, forty-five miles distant.
My feelings at this disappointment transcended expression. I though of home, friends, and my loved one all in one lightning-flash. The Indians were close at my heels; their bullets were whizzing past me; their yells sounded painfully in my ears; and I could almost feel the knife making a circuit round my skull. I ran on, however, following the road which our whole company had made. I was scorching with thirst, having
tasted neither sup nor bit since we commenced the race. Still on I went with the speed of an antelope. I kept safely in advance of the range of their bullets, when suddenly the glorious sight of the camp-smoke caught my eye. My companions perceived me at a mile from the camp, as well as my pursuers; and, mounting their horses to meet me, soon turned the tables on my pursuers. It was now the Indians' turn to be chased. They must have suffered as badly with thirst as I did, and our men cut them off from the river. Night had begun to close in, under the protection of which the Indians escaped; our men returned with only five scalps. My heels thus deprived the rascally Indians of their anticipated pleasure of dancing over my scalp. My limbs were so much swollen the next morning, that for two or three days ensuing it was with great difficulty I got about. My whole system was also in great pain. In a few days, however, I was as well as ever, and ready to repay the Indians for their trouble. The third day after my escape, my companion Aleck found his
way into camp. He entered the lodge with dejection on his features.
"Oh!" he exclaimed, "I thank God for my escape, but the Indians have killed poor Jim. I saw his bones a few miles back. I will give any thing I have if a party will go with me and bury him. The wolves have almost picked his bones, but it must be he. Poor, poor Jim! gone at last!"
"Ha!" said some one present, "is Jim killed, then ? Poor fellow ! Well, Aleck, let us go back and give him a Christian burial." He had seen a body nearly devoured on the way, most likely that of the wounded Indian who had chased me in his retreat from our camp.
I came limping into the crowd at this moment, and addressed him before he had perceived me: "Halloo, Aleck, are you safe?"
He looked at me for a moment in astonishment, and then embraced me so tight that I thought he would suffocate me. He burst into a flood of tears, which for a time prevented his speaking. He looked at me again
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and again, as if in doubt of my identity.
At length he said, "Oh, Jim, you are safe! And how did you escape? I made sure that you were killed, and that the body I saw on the road was yours. Pshaw! I stopped and shed tears on a confounded dead Indian's carcass!"
Aleck stated that the enemy had passed within ten feet without perceiving him; that his gun was cocked and well primed, so that if he had been discovered there would have been at least one red skin less to chase me. He had seen no Indians on his way to camp. I was satisfied that some (if not all) of my pursuers knew me, for they were Black Feet, or they would not have taken such extraordinary pains to run me down. If they had succeeded in their endeavor, they would, in subsequent years, have saved their tribe many scalps.
From here we moved on to Lewis's Fork, on the Columbia River, where we made a final halt to prepare for the fall trapping season. Some small parties, getting tired of inaction, would occasionally sally out to the small mountain streams, all of which contained plenty of beaver, and would frequently
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I prepared my traps one day, thinking to go out alone, and see what my luck might be. I mounted my horse, and, on approaching a small stream, dismounted to take a careful survey, to see if there were any signs of beaver. Carefully ascending the bank of the stream, I peered over, and saw, not a beaver, but an Indian. He had his robe spread on the grass, and was engaged in freeing himself from vermin, with which all Indians abound. He had not seen nor heard me; his face was toward me, but inclined, and he was intently pursuing his occupation. "Here," thought I, "are a gun, a bow, a quiver full of arrows, a good robe, and a scalp."
I fired my rifle; the Indian fell over without uttering a sound. I not only took his scalp, but his head. I tied two locks of his long hair together, hung his head on the horn of my saddle, and, taking the spoils of the enemy, hurried back to camp. The next morning our camp was invested by two thousand five hundred warriors of the Black Foot tribe. We had now something on our hands which demanded attention. We were encamped in the bend of a river — in the "horse-shoe." Our lodges were pitched at the entrance, or narrowest part of the shoe, while our animals were driven back into the bend. The
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lodges, four deep, extended nearly across the land, forming a kind of barricade in front; not a very safe one for the inmates, since, being covered with buffalo hides, they were penetrable to bullet and arrow.
The Indians made a furious charge. We immediately placed the women and children in the rear, sending them down the bend, where they were safe unless we were defeated. We suffered the Indians for a long time to act on the offensive, being content with defending ourselves and the camp. I advised Captain Sublet to let them weary themselves with charging, by which time we would mount and charge them with greater prospect of victory; whereas, should we tire ourselves while they were fresh, we should be overwhelmed by their numbers, and, if not defeated, inevitably lose a great many men. All the mountaineers approved of my advice, and our plans were taken accordingly. They drove us from our first position twice, so that our lodges were between the contending ranks, but they never broke our lines. When they approached us very near we resorted to our arrows, which all our half-breeds used as skillfully as the Indians. Finally, perceiving they began to tire, I went and ordered the women to saddle the horses in haste. A horse was soon ready for each man, four hundred in number.
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Taking one hundred and thirty men, I passed out through the timber, keeping near the river until we could all emerge and form a line to charge them, unobserved, in the rear. While executing this diversion, the main body was to charge them in front. While defiling through the timber we came suddenly upon ten Indians who were resting from the fight, and were sitting on the ground unconcernedly smoking their pipes. We killed nine of them, the tenth one making good his retreat. Our manœuvre succeeded admirably. The Indians were unconscious of our approach in their rear until they began to fall from their horses. Then charging on their main body simultaneously with Captain Sublet's charge in front, their whole force was thrown into irretrievable confusion, and they fled without farther resistance. We did not pursue them, feeling very well satisfied to have got rid of them as we had. They left one hundred and sixty-seven dead on the field. Our loss was also very severe; sixteen killed, mostly half breeds, and fifty or sixty wounded. In this action I received a wound in my left side, although I did not perceive it until the battle was over.
As usual, there was a scalpdance after the victory, in which I really feared that the fair sex
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the remainder of the proverb. It's hard to believe these were actually done by first graders. Their insight may surprise you. While reading, keep in mind that these are firstgraders, 6-year-olds, because the last one is a classic !
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would dance themselves to death. They had a crying spell after ward for the dead. After all, it was a victory rather dearly purchased.
A few days after our battle, one of our old trappers, named Le Blueux, who had spent twenty years in the mountains, came to me, and telling me he knew of a small stream full of beaver which ran into Lewis's Fork, about thirty miles from camp, wished me to accompany him there. We being free trappers at that time, the chance of obtaining a pack or two of beaver was rather a powerful incentive. Gain being my object, I readily acceded to his proposal. We put out from camp during the night, and traveled up Lewis's Fork, leisurely discussing our prospects and confidently enumerating our unhatched chickens, when suddenly a large party of Indians came in sight in our rear. The banks of the river we were traveling along were precipitous and rocky, and skirted with a thick bush. We entered the bush without a moment's hesitation, for the Indians advanced on us as soon as they had caught sight of us. Le Blueux had a small bell attached to his horse's neck, which he took off, and, creeping to a large bush, fastened it with the end of his lariat, and
returned holding the other end in his hand. This stratagem caused the Indians to expend a great amount of powder and shot in their effort to kill the bell; for, of course, they supposed the bell indicated the position of ourselves. When they approached near enough to be seen through the bushes, we fired one gun at a time, always keeping the other loaded. When we fired the bell would ring, as if the horse was started by the close proximity of the gun, but the smoke would not rise in the right place. They continued to shoot at random into the bushes without injuring us or our faithful animals, who were close by us, but entirely concealed from the sight of the Indians. My companion filled his pipe and commenced smoking with as much sang froid as if he had been in camp. "This is the last smoke I expect to have between here and camp," said he.
"What are we to do?" I inquired, not feeling our position very secure in a brush fort manned with a company of two, and beleaguered by scores of Black Foot warriors.
In an instant, before I had time to think, crack went his rifle, and down came an Indian, who, more bold than the rest, had approached too near to our garrison. "Now," said Le Blueux, "bind your leggins and moccasins around your head."
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I did so, while he obeyed the same order. "Now follow me."
Wondering what bold project he was about to execute, I quietly obeyed him. He went noiselessly to the edge of the bluff, looked narrowly up and down the river, and then commenced to slide down the almost perpendicular bank, I closely following him. We safely reached the river, into which we dropped our selves. We swam close under the bank for more than a mile, until they discovered us. "Now," said my comrade, "strike across the stream in double quick time."
We soon reached the opposite bank, and found ourselves a good mile and a half ahead of the Indians. They commenced plunging into the river in pursuit, but they were too late. We ran across the open ground until we reached a mountain, where we could safely look back and laugh at our pursuers. We had lost our horses and guns, while they had sacrificed six or eight of their warriors, besides missing the two scalps they made so certain of getting hold of. I had thought myself a pretty good match for the Indians, but I at once resigned all claims to merit. Le Blueux, in addition to all the acquired wiles of the Red
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The Paper • Page 4 • May 07, 2015 Serious Injury Accident Escondido
On Friday, May 1st, at about 7:32 a.m., the Escondido Police and Fire Departments were dispatched to the area of Washington Ave. and Quince St. for a vehicle vs. pedestrian collision. Officers arrived on scene and found a male pedestrian with significant injuries in the roadway. Preliminary investigation indicates a white Ford Focus was traveling east on Washington Avenue. The unidentified male pedestrian was walking north in the crosswalk on Quince Street. The driver of the Ford Focus crossed through the intersection and struck the pedestrian. The cause of the collision has not been determined. The pedestrian sustained multiple serious injuries and was transported to the hospital by Escondido Fire Department paramedics. He is being treated and is in critical condition. He remains unidentified. The driver of the Ford Focus was not injured and remained at the scene. The driver was not cited. Alcohol is not believed to be a factor in the collision.
The traffic investigation is ongoing and is being conducted by Officer Scott Christensen of the Traffic Division. Anyone
Man About Town
When I left Fresno, California, some 46 years ago it was little more than a glorified cow town and a heavy agricultural industry town. Wow!
Things change in 46 years!
Evelyn and I visited Fresno for a long weekend so that we might observe a highly successful fund-raiser the East Fresno Kiwanis Club stages every year, for the past 20 years. It’s a “Crab Feed.” All you can eat crab meal, with soup, salad, all kinds of extras. Plenty of wine at the table and the joint was packed!
1300 souls attended this event and will again raise a great
with information about this case is encouraged to call Officer Christensen at the 760. 839-4962. DUI Checkpoint Results
On Saturday, May 2nd, the Escondido Police Department conducted a DUI Sobriety / Driver’s License Checkpoint in the area of Valley Pkwy / Juniper St.
Drivers whose ONLY offense was being UNLICENSED to drive were given the opportunity to locate the registered owner of the vehicle to either take or assign possession of the vehicle to a licensed driver. 26 vehicles were released to the owner or a designated driver. During the checkpoint, 11 vehicles were impounded.
Following are other results from this event: 653 vehicles drove through the checkpoint. 1,016 vehicles were screened in primary. 4 FST’s were conducted, resulting in 2 DUI arrests. 1 subject was arrested for resisting/delaying a peace officer. 77 vehicles were sent to secondary screening (drivers who could not produce a driver’s license or who were suspected of being under the influence of alcohol or drugs) 45 total citations were issued
deal of money for an outstanding organization.
We were both impressed at how highly organized this event was - plenty of Kiwanian workers, each doing their part, selling tickets, manning cashier’s cages, soliciting prizes and gifts for silent auctions, arranging graphics, setting up all the display tables . . . . . long, long days but these wonderful Kiwanians pulled it off just like an assembly line. Everyone knew their jobs . . . and did them.
But what really impressed us both was how beautiful Fresno is. One doesn’t normally associate the words ‘beautiful’ and ‘Fresno’ in the same sentence. Unless you’ve been there.
Beautiful homes on shade tree line streets, well manicured lawns, a downtown area that is clean, well designed and an example of what a downtown should look like. 46 years ago I worked for radio station KMAK, then a country station. I wanted to move up in the world so went over to Santa Barbara to manage a radio station owned by the late television personality, Dick Clark. Quite a contrast between Santa Barbara and Fresno. Probably not so much today. Fresno has really come of age. I would welcome a return visit there. We made a number of friends and thoroughly enjoyed ourelves. Yes, it was a bit on the hot side but
during the checkpoint. (9 for suspended license and 30 for unlicensed driver, 8 for no insurance.) Educational material was distributed regarding DUI problems. Escondido Town Hall Meeting
Escondido Mayor Sam Abed will hold a Town Hall meeting on Wednesday, May 13, 2015 at 4:30 p.m. in the Council Chambers at City Hall, 201 N. Broadway. Following a brief update by the Mayor, residents will be welcome to ask questions or share their thoughts on any topic relating to city government. The event is free and no reservations are required. The meeting will be videotaped and rebroadcast the following Sunday and Monday evening at 6:00 p.m. on Cox. Ch. 19 and AT&T U-Verse Ch. 99
This is the ninth town hall meeting Mayor Abed has held since his election as Mayor. Jury finds San Diego Woman Guilty on Multiple Counts of Insurance Fraud
After crashing into parked cars, the suspect fled scene and
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when you grew up in the midwest (or when you experience North County’s hot, dry summers with a series of Santa Ana winds,) you’ll handle it with ease. Our eternal thanks to all of our new found pals from the East Fresno Kiwanis Club. (Don’t be too surprised if, in 2016, the Hidden Valley Kiwanis Club stages a “Crab Feed” as a fund raiser. We learned from the best and may well try to replicate the program. (Yes, the crab was DELICIOUS!) ••••• Was delighted to learn the San Diego Chargers drafted Melvin Gordon from the University of Wisconsin.
I watched Gordon and his Badgers kick my Nebraska Cornhusker’s tail last fall and said at the time, “this kid is gonna be big in the NFL!” (I had said the same thing about another Wisconsin player a few years prior . . . who also kicked Nebraska’s backside. Some quarterback named Russell Wilson, as I recall. Wonder whatever became of him?
It appears the Padres are on the rebound and actually may have a better than decent year. Wouldn’t it be great if the Chargers were to do the same and have a banner year (as their swan song? I don’t expect the San Diego Chargers to stay in San Diego. I’m fairly good at reading between the lines and the positions taken by the Chargers front office and their
Letters to the Editor The Cavett Story
Greetings Lyle! , Really enjoyed your Dick Cavet interview and article. He's a very thoughtful host. It's so ironic that both he and Johnny Carson came from the same area and both excelled at magic! Johnny's brother, Dick Carson, was Merv Griffin's producer for many years. That's why Johnny would make fun of another one of Merv's "theme shows" on a particular topic. Lots of great CORNHUSKERS out there. /s/Richard Skay, OD San Marcos, CA.
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legal counsel suggest to me it’s just a matter of time and they’re out of here. (For the record, I totally oppose any taxpayer funding to build a stadium. We are not here to pay for rich boy’s toys.) ••••• Remind me one of these days to hire a 12-year-old kid to explain to me how a GPS works. You plug in a street address and this lovely young lady tells you where to turn, how many miles before you turn again, and so on. I know the GPS sends a signal to a satellite way up high in God Country . . . and the signal triangulates, or somethin’, and generates the directions. But how. I know the term algorithm, but don’t really understand them. But, what really puzzles me is how they squeeze that gal ino that little bitty box and when she talks she doesn’t sound the least bit uncomfortable. Those of us who are just lil ol country boys have a hard time understanding all this technical stuff. I’ll have to gather together all of my computer pals and have them ‘splain me. ••••• I was distressed to learn that the Roynon Museum of Paleontology is being required to move. A disgrunteled neighbor who worried having a museum in the neighborhood might impact his ability to sell
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2 - Borrow money from pessimists -- they don't expect it back. 3 - Half the people you know are below average. 4 - 99% of lawyers give the rest a bad name. 5 - 82.7% of all statistics are made up on the spot. 6 - A conscience is what hurts when all your other parts feel so good. 7 - A clear conscience is usually the sign of a bad memory. 8 - If you want the rainbow, you got to put up with the rain. 9 - All those who believe in psycho kinesis, raise my hand. 10 - The early bird may get the worm, but the second mouse gets the cheese. 11 - I almost had a psychic girlfriend, ...... But she left me before we met. 12 - OK, so what's the speed of dark? 13 - How do you tell when you're out of invisible ink? 14 - If everything seems to be going well, you have obviously overlooked something. 15 - Depression is merely anger without enthusiasm. 16 - When everything is coming your way, you're in the wrong lane. 17 - Ambition is a poor excuse for not having enough sense to be lazy. 18 - Hard work pays off in the future; laziness pays off now.
19 - I intend to live forever... So far, so good. 20 - If Barbie is so popular, why do you have to buy her friends? 21 - Eagles may soar, but weasels don't get sucked into jet engines. 22 - What happens if you get scared half to death twice? 23 - My mechanic told me, "I couldn't repair your brakes, so I made your horn louder." 24 - Why do psychics have to ask you for your name. 25 - If at first you don't succeed, destroy all evidence that you tried. 26 - A conclusion is the place where you got tired of thinking. 27 - Experience is something you don't get until just after you need it. 28 - The hardness of the butter is proportional to the softness of the bread. 29 - To steal ideas from one person is plagiarism; to steal from many is research. 30 - The problem with the gene pool is that there is no lifeguard. 31 - The sooner you fall behind, the more time you'll have to catch up. 32 - The colder the x-ray table, the more of your body is required to be on it. 33 - Everyone has a photographic memory; some just
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claimed her car was stolen
Jill Audette, 28, of San Diego, was convicted on five felony counts of insurance fraud and leaving the scene of a collision after falsely claiming her car was stolen and involved in a hit and run collision. Audette’s sentencing was scheduled for April 6 at 1:30 p.m. in San Diego Superior Court, Department 25.
On September 2, 2013, Audette contacted Progressive Casualty Insurance Company and reported her car was stolen, claiming someone took her keys. The insurer settled the claim for $8,981 to cover the damages to Audette’s vehicle.
After reporting the alleged theft to her insurance company, Audette called San Diego Police to report the stolen car, but the police informed her that they had a report from a witness that her car was involved in a hit and run. Audette’s 2013 Hyundai was impounded as evidence. While investigating the case, San Diego police uncovered possible evidence of fraud and referred the case to the California Department of
Insurance for investigation. In the subsequent investigation, detectives found evidence that Audette was allegedly driving when she hit the parked cars, fled the scene, and then reported her car stolen. A jury convicted Audette of multiple felony counts of insurance fraud and leaving the scene of a collision. She faces up to two years in jail. Audette was on probation (until December 2017) for two previous DUI convictions at the time of the collision that led to the insurance fraud arrest. Local Family Loses Their Loved One Twice In As Many Months
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Michael Reilly, a long time North County resident, who recently moved to Perris, CA, passed away suddenly and unexpectedly in the hospital on March 13, 2015. At 36, he was a young family man, leaving behind a wife and 4 children, ages 10 months to 10 years old. Michael was a database web developer who used his laptop and iPhone extensively for both work and
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Featured Artist for May Escondido Art Association’s featured “Artist of the Month,” Rosemarie Woldin, will exhibit a sampling of her artwork throughout the month of May at the Escondido Public Library, 239 S. Kalmia Street. Her artwork will feature watercolors inspired from nature, as well as some acrylics depicting scenes from her travel to foreign countries. Rosemarie serves as Publicity Chair for the EAA as well as Co-Chair of the EAA Scholarship Committee for graduating Escondido high school seniors gifted in the arts. For info, visit www.library.escondido.org.
Escondido Senior Anglers Meeting - The May 8th meeting of the Escondido Senior Anglers will feature guest speaker, Butch Paddock, General Manager at Lake Cuyamaca Recreation and Park District. He will speak on the current fishing and water conditions at Lake Cuyamaca which is a favorite destination for ESA's freshwater camping and fishing events. His words of wisdom and hints for catching the "big" one, whether trout, bass or catfish, are welcomed. The meeting is held at the Park Avenue Senior Center, 210 Park Avenue, Escondido. This energetic over-50 crowd of men and women participate in both fresh and saltwater fishing, youth trout derbies, various picnics, RV campouts and other community service events. Meetings are free and there will be door prizes. Guests are always welcome. Shirts and shoes are required.
Carlsbad Chamber Events for May – Events coming up in May for the Carlsbad Chamber include Coffee Connection, and Ready Carlsbad, a workplace violence symposium, both on 5/8; Sustainability Committee on 5/12; Ambassador Committee on 5/13; on 5/15 the Lunch Bytes and Excel-Intermediate to Advanced; on 5/19, Technology Advisory Committee; the Sundowner on 5/20; Chamberpl8tes on 5/22; Education Committee on 5/27, and Glamour, Glitz, Hats & Heels Afternoon Tea on 5/29. For more information on any or all of these events, visit www.carlsbad.org, or stop by the office at 5934 Priestly Drive, Carlsbad. May Art Events at Escondido Arts Partnership Municipal Gallery – Opening Receptions on May 9th from 5:30-8pm for exhibitions exploring Contemporary Realism with juror Carol Mansfield, the PhotoArts Group Land & Sea, and Science and Art with Bettina Heinz, a May 30th symposium. On May 15 and 16, from 11am-2pm, artwork will be received for the Members Exhibition where members of EAP can enter one piece of artwork for the exhibition. Gallery hours are Tuesday 11am-6pm, and Thursday-
DAR Meeting on Saturday – The Santa Margarita Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR), will meet Saturday, May 9, at the El Camino Country Club in Oceanside. Following a 9:30am breakfast buffet, members will be treated to “Ordinary Women Doing Extraordinary Things” presented by Rancho Buena Vista Chapter members Jill Scott and Doris Stein. The DAR is open to any female 18 years of age or older who is lineally descended from an ancestor who participated in some way in the patriots fight for independence in the Revolutionary War. Visit http://santamargarita.californiadar.org.
“Pedal for a Purpose” Spin-aThon – The Carlsbad Education Foundation (CEF) is seeking teams for the “Pedal for a Purpose” Spin-aThon three-hour fundraising event to be held on Saturday, May 9th. This outdoor event will take place on the plaza of the Omni La Costa Resort and Spa, the venue sponsor and community partner. The goal is to have up to 50 bikes, sponsored by Tri-City Wellness Center, and 200 riders spinning to raise $50,000 to help keep music and science teachers in the elementary schools of the Carlsbad Unified School District while supporting a wide range of hands-on music, science and innovative programs at all schools. Teams riding relay style throughout the three-hour event or an individual who chooses to ride all three hours, register a bike with a commitment to raise $1,000. Those who prefer not to ride can support Pedal for a Purpose by registering a “virtual team” committed to raising funds for the foundation. Prizes will be awarded to individuals who ride the longest and to the teams that raise the most money, have the best costumes, best decorated bike and display the most enthusiasm. The event will feature a “bike safety rodeo.” A variety of health and wellness vendors and CEF-sponsored program demonstrations will also be featured. Sponsorship opportunities are available and CEF invites all Carlsbad businesses to get involved. To register a team or become an event sponsor, visit https://events.carlsbaded.org. For more information, contact Patty Johnson at 760.929.1555.
Escondido History Center Happenings in May – There’s lots to do this month around town. The annual Mother’s Day Home Tour is Sunday, May 10th. Buy discount tickets in advance online, or purchase them on Mother’s Day at 537 S. Juniper. If you’re a Cougar who graduated 50 or more years ago, plan to attend the annual 50+ reunion picnic on the 18th in Grape Day Park. The next day visit the History Center’s booth at the Street Faire at Grand and Broadway. On Tuesday, May 19, at 6pm, join Carol Rea for the Walking Tour on South Escondido Blvd to discover gems along the transit corridor, business district and residential street. Meet at the NW corner of 5th at Escondido Blvd. On Saturday, May 23, from 9am-3pm, will be the American Heritage Car Show with several hundred cars in the park, a DJ, vendors, a raffle, and museum tours. Start the day with a pancake breakfast cooked up by local Kiwanians and sponsored by Donna Davis of Berkshire Hathaway Home Services. Stay for the award ceremony at 2:30pm, and visit with the sponsors, Toyota of Escondido, Escondido Ford, Quality Chevrolet, Powell Chrysler Jeep Dodge and PPG/Finishmaster. For more info, contact the History Center at 760.743.8207, or drop by the Center in Grape Day Park, 321 N. Broadway. On Saturday, May 30, at 10am, learn more about the creek that runs for 7 miles through our city, at a free lecture given by The Escondido Creek Conservancy presi-
dent, Kevin Barnard.
2nd Tuesday Book Club at Public Library – The Escondido Public Library at 239 S. Kalmia Street, invites readers to join the 2nd Tuesday Book Club on Tuesday, May 12, at 6pm, in the Turrentine Room. This month’s title is the classic “Washington Square” by Henry James, a tale of a trapped daughter and a domineering father. Catherine Sloper, heiress to a fortune, attracts the attention of a good-looking but penniless young man. The novel, set in a pre-Civil War New York, reflects the restricted world in which its heroine is marooned. All Library programs are free to the public and sponsored by Friends of the Library. For more information about the 2nd Tuesday Book Club or Library’s Summer Reading Clubs, visit library.escondido.org or contact the Library information desk at 760.839.4839.
Community Meetings Seeking Input for Parks Master Plan - The City of San Marcos is hosting two community meetings aimed at seeking input for the updating of its Parks and Recreation Master Plan that will help create a vision for the future of the city. The first meeting will be held from 6-7pm on Wednesday, May 13, at the San Elijo Rec Center, 1105 Elfin Forest Road. The second meeting will be from 67pm on Tuesday, June 23rd at the San Marcos Community Center, 3 Civic Center Drive. All residents are invited. For further information, visit www.san-marcos.net or call 760.744.9000.
Happy Hour Politics Presents Ed Hiner – When the Happy Hour Politics (HHP) group meets on Wednesday, May 20th, their guest speaker will be Ed Hiner, US Navy Seal Lt. Cdr, Ret., to speak on “How to Make a Seal!” Ed is a genuine hero
AB 68 Ensures Access to Epilepsy Treatment
Throughout history, epilepsy was known as a mysterious and untreatable medical condition. Fortunately, modern drugs can effectively manage the disease so that people who suffer from epilepsy often lead relatively symptom-free lives.
Failure to adequately treat epilepsy can lead to serious complications, injuries, hospitalization and excessive medical costs, often financed with taxpayer dollars. Maintaining seizure control requires careful evaluation and monitoring by patients and physicians, as well as the administration of anti-epilepsy drugs tailored to each patient’s individual needs. As more people move onto Medi-Cal managed care plans, we are essentially growing a two-tier system of healthcare. Patients who can afford private insurance plans have doctors with the time and resources that allow them to obtain a higher tier of
of the Global War on Terror. In his 20-year career as a Navy Seal, he made nine major deployments on five continents, half of which were combat tours. Twice awarded the Bronze Star with “V” for valor and combat leadership, Ed commanded literally hundreds of direct combat missions and low visibility operations in Iraq, Afghanistan, Southeast Asia, and Central America. He is now a coach and consultant specializing in leadership, team building, mental toughness, resiliency, and personal conflict resolution, and has recently published a book. The meeting will be from 5:30-7:30pm at The Crossings, 5800 The Crossings Dr., Carlsbad. There is a $20/cash cover charge (includes appetizers). Drinks are available for purchase. For more info, contact Melanie Burkholder at 307.690.7814 or email@example.com. Check them out on Facebook as Happy Hour Politics, or follow them on Twitter @hhpcbad. RSVP by May 13th. HHP is a satellite club of Carlsbad Republian Women Federated (CRWF).
Chamber Mixer at San Diego Zoo Safari Park – On Thursday, May 14, from 5-7pm, the Escondido Chamber will hold their Business After Five Mixer at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park, 15500 San Pasqual Valley Road, Escondido. This event is free to Chamber members with your RSVP to the chamber, or $10/at the door. Prospective members are $25/each and must call the Chamber to reserve. Sponsor tables are offered at $75. For reservations and/or info, contact the Chamber at 760.745.2125.
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drugs for their patients. Patients on Medi-Cal often don't have the same opportunities.
That’s why I introduced Assembly Bill 68 (AB 68). The bill strengthens the doctor/patient relationship by legislating a 48 hour expedited appeals process if the prescribed epilepsy drug was originally denied under the Medi-Cal program. AB 68 has now passed the Assembly Health Committee and hearings in the Appropriations Committee are pending. To register support for AB 68, please fax your comments to Appropriations Committee Chair Jimmy Gomez at 916-319-2151 and Vice Chair Frank Bigelow at (916) 319-2105. You may also fax your comments to my office at 760-480-7516.
Once enacted, AB 68 will result in better medical treatment for epilepsy patients in California and, in the long run, lower Medi-Cal costs for the state’s hard-pressed taxpayers.
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will have a favorite demonstrator, Lyndelle Stonick, for its general meeting on Thursday, May 14. The meetings are held at the Fallbrook School of the Arts, 310 E. Alvarado, and are open to the public. Stonick, a working artist, has over 30 years of professional experience as an art exhibitor and judge, and has taught art classes and workshops since 1992. She excels in different mediums, especially oil, watercolor and pastel, and has taught plein air painting, figure drawing and painting. At 5:30 pm, FAA members are welcome to bring in one "painting in progress" for a session with the featured demonstrator. Refreshments will be served at 6:15pm, a brief general meeting at 6:30pm, and the demonstration, which ends at 8:00pm. Each demonstrator offers a workshop the following Sunday noon3 pm at the same location. For more information on Fallbrook Art Association activities, visit the FAA online newsletters at www.fallbrookartassn.org.
Bike to Work Day, Friday, May 15 - Cyclists participating in Bike to Work Day on Friday, May 15, can stop at a “pit stop” location at the seawall at Frazee Beach at Carlsbad Boulevard and Pine Avenue as they pass through the City of Carlsbad from 6 to 9am. While supplies last, cyclists will receive snacks, beverages and other giveaways at the pit stop. The City of Carlsbad encourages those who live and work in and around the city to join neighbors, friends and coworkers in celebrating Bike to Work Day.
Bike to Work Day promotes bicycling as a healthy, economical and environmentally friendly commute choice. Ongoing improvements to city streets to install new bike lanes or widen existing bike lanes continue to make Carlsbad more bike-friendly. These improvements increase transportation options and opportunities for healthy recreation as well as benefitting business and tourism in our community.
For more pit stop locations around the county or to learn more about Bike to Work Day, call 511 and say “iCommute” or visit www.icommutesd.com. To learn more about Walk + Bike Carlsbad, visit the website at www.carlsbadca.gov/walkbike or www.carlsbadca.gov/parksandrec.
Matching Gift Challenge Deadline Extended to May 15 – Great news – now you have until May 15 to help twice as many vulnerable animals. The Matching Gift sponsor has agreed to extend the deadline to May 15 for donations to help save lives of cats, dogs, kittens, and puppies and that gift will be dou-
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bled. Just think, that’s twice the shelter for homeless pets; twice the vaccinations and medical treatments; twice the care of local animals until loving homes can be found, and twice the love for our furry friends. Any gift you send will be matched – up to $50,000 – but it must be received before the May 15 deadline. Contact the San Diego Humane Society at 619.299.7012 or sdhumane.org.
May Meeting of El Camino Quilt Guild – The Guild will meet at 9:30am on Thursday, May 14, at the North Coast Church in the Edge Building, 2405 N. Santa Fe, Vista. Doors open at 9am. This will be a mini-skill demo by Guild members. There will be no workshop. Free parking, snacks. Guest fee $5; wear a name tag for free prize drawing. Visit elcaminoquilters.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Singles Spring Fest” on May 16th – Simply The Best Singles, an upscale singles organization, presents "Singles Spring Fest" for Saturday, May 16, 7:30 to 11:30pm, at Courtyard by Marriott Mission Valley, 595 Hotel Circle South, San Diego, 92108. DJ music, icebreaker, prizes, psychic, and upscale casual dress. Free parking. Dance price $10/prepaid or $15/door. For more info, visit www.SimplyTheBestSingles.com or call 818.577.6877.
Veteran Center Announces 2015 Scholarship Winners – Veterans Association of North County (VANC) is honored to announce recipients of the Wanda Sherman Scholarship Awards to four well deserving North San Diego County high school seniors. The awards will be presented to the students on Saturday, May 16th, at 10:30am at the monthly VANC meeting at the Veterans Resource Center, 1617 Mission Ave, Oceanside. Based upon scholastic achievement and essays on “What veterans mean to me,” a panel of judges, included distinguished veterans, educators and scholars, none of which have a direct relationship to VANC, selected the best entries received from ten north county high schools. The VANC Scholarship Program began several years ago with a major donation from the Wanda Sherman Trust which enabled the start of what now is the VANC Veterans’ Resource Center in Oceanside. This year’s Wanda Sherman scholars are Britton Gaul, Tri-City Christian School; Connor Head, Valley Center High School; Andrew Moynihan, Rancho Buena Vista High School; and Kelden Smith, Escondido High School. For more information, visit http://www.vancnorthcounty.org. To
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“I Went for a Tramp in the Woods, But He Escaped” by Henry David Thoreau.
“The Night I Punched Billy Graham in the Mouth” by Dale Carnegie “Did Mother Goose the Ancient Mariner?” by the Brothers Grimm. ••••• Let me take you now by your tiny, clenched koala-bear hands and introduce you to some of lyle’s Omniscient Laws, Half-Aphorisms, and Addlepated Axioms: lyle's Pneumatic Bosom Law: A girl may be both ignorant and she may be shapely, but she is never ignorant of the fact that she is shapely.
lyle’s Laryngeal Law: Anytime a woman suffers in silence, she’ll have plenty to say about it later.
On Blind Dates: When someone says, “She’s not really beautiful but she has a great personality and fine mind,” that means she’s an authentic dog with fat ankles.
It is known as lyle’s Law of Unified Opposites: that a homely blind date is always virtuous to the point of eccentricity, due to the fact that she was molested as a child of twenty-eight.
A favorite remark of mine is that many a girl gets firsthand information in a secondhand car, probably at the Busy-Hands-are-Happy-Hands Drive In Movie. And ladies, if you can’t stand necking, sit down. And lest it be said that I concentrate entirely too much on women, let me submit for your thinking pleasure:
lyle’s Laws Pertaining to Men: He who stoops to conquer, conquers only stoops. To be popular with girls, a man has to know when to do the wrong thing at exactly the right time. Remember, no man is a master in his own house if his bedroom is painted pink; remember, too, that a man is indeed lucky if his woman calls him Ku Klux because he’s a wizard in the
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Virginia, Washington’s home colony.
America’s First Spy Network
Tallmadge persuaded Connecticut Gov. Jonathan Trumbull to release Woodhull, who soon agreed to join the spy ring. To protect his cover, Woodhull swore allegiance to the British crown and began making trips to Manhattan, gathering intelligence and sending his “Samuel Culper” letters to Washington.
by Tom Morrow
Note: The current AMC cable TV series, “Turn: Washington’s Spies,” is based on the Revolutionary War exploits of Abraham Woodhull and the Culper Spy Ring.
Abraham Woodhull, a Long Island farmer from Setauket, was the leading civilian member of the so-called “American Culper Spy Ring,” created by George Washington during the American Revolution.
The ring was headed up by Continental Army Maj. Benjamin Tallmadge. Woodhull, one of the ring’s first recruits, used the alias "Samuel Culper," taken from Culpeper County,
From 1778, through the end of the War, the British were headquartered in and operating out of New York City. Because of heavy taxes levied by the British, a great deal of smuggling by privateers (pirates) was conducted by the colonists. Woodhull was arrested for smuggling across Long Island Sound to Connecticut, which gave Major Tallmadge the opportunity to recruit his neighbor as a civilian spy.
Major Tallmadge developed a code to communicate with members of the ring that most members of the British forces would be unable to decode. This code was a series of letters and numbers that could make an ordinary message look like gibberish. In some of his letters, Woodhull used a type of invisible ink invented by Sir James Jay, brother of John Jay. To be read, the letter containing the
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The Paper • Page 8 • May 07, 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
Poolside CPR course offered in San Marcos
The City’s fire and community services departments have joined forces to offer a Poolside CPR program in San Marcos to equip residents with hands-only CPR skills. Twelve trainings beginning June 21 and ending August 16 will be held over the summer at two aquatics facilities—Las Posas Pool and Woodland Park Pool.
Lifeguards and firefighters will demonstrate and guide practice sessions of the technique to pool visitors throughout the swim sea-
son. Since trained professionals are rarely the first at an incident scene, the Poolside CPR program empowers pool patrons to take action to save a life if needed.
Because drowning is still a leading cause of accidental death in many age groups, the ultimate benefit of the CPR training will be safer San Marcos residents in, on and around the water, as well as safer responses in the event of any emergency, poolside or elsewhere. For more information, please call San Marcos Community Services at (760) 744-9000
Vista • Mayor Judy Ritter
New Skate Parks Designs
The City Council recently approved a contract with Grindline Skateparks for the design and construction of Vista’s two new skate parks. The parks will accommodate “all wheels” (skateboards, inline skates, bicycles, razors, and roller skates) for various skill levels. The sites are both located on N. Santa Fe Avenue. In mid-April, the City held the first of three public meetings to gather input from the public on the design of the new skate parks. About 90 participants provided comments on features such as, shade structures, restrooms, drinking fountains, and limited onsite parking spaces in order to maximize the park sizes.
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storage of family records and photos. His widow Erika, not being able to access this info, shipped them on April 20 to a family friend in McKinney, TX, so he could try to retrieve the data for her. Somewhere between her local UPS Store in Moreno Valley and the friend’s home in McKinney, the parcel contents (an Apple MacBook Air laptop, iPhone and backup hard drive) were swapped, whether by theft or by accident, for someone else’s two security lights.
The video surveillance camera at the UPS Store shows her bringing the devices into the store for packing, sealing and shipping, and according to UPS, somewhere in Texas, prior to delivery, the weight of the parcel changed. However, UPS will not disclose where, and simply wants to pay a claim rather than find the missing items. Aside from the countless memories and family records stored on the devices, there is business data and programming for numerous clients whose websites and business systems are at risk. To his family, these items are precious and priceless. It’s almost as if they have lost him twice.
Information that could be of help, or any ideas on how to proceed to rectify the situation, please contact Michael’s mother, Pam Reilly, at Pam@SanDiegoHomeBrokers. com. A reward has been offered for the return of the devices, no questions asked, to 11835 Carmel Mountain Rd, Suite 1304-406, San Diego, CA 92128. Escondido’s Roynon Museum of Paleontology Seeking New Quarters
Over the years, thousands of school kids as well as adults have visited the Ronon Museum of Paleontology located in southern Escondido.
When the upcoming two meetings are scheduled, the dates will be posted online at CityofVista.com.
You can also find out more by contacting the Engineering Department at 760.639.6111. Once the pre-construction and design are completed this summer, Grindline Skateparks will begin the construction. The parks are expected to be open by summer, 2016.
Oceanside • Mayor Jim Wood
Escondido • Mayor Sam Abed
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During the second meeting, the skatepark team will report on the input collected from the first meeting and they will also provide the design/build parameters for the parks. The team will showcase the final draft concept plan at the third meeting.
College for Kids and Youth Academy
Looking for a way to keep your kids busy and learning
MiraCosta College Community Services is offering a College for Kids and Youth Academy program that will encourage a love of learning for children ages 6-17. Classes include art, Hogwarts, writing, LEGO animation, math, robotics, performing arts, video-game design and more. Many of the classes offered are STEM oriented to encourage learning in the areas of science, technology, engineering and math. Five weeks of courses are scheduled: two from June 29-July 10
ment of other neighbors and those who had an interest in the well designed museum.
at MiraCosta College’s San Elijo Campus at 3333 Manchester Ave in Cardiff and weeks three through five at El Camino High School, 400 Rancho Del Oro Drive in Oceanside. Each course is four to five days, three hours per day. Cost ranges from $100-$165 including material fees. The College for Kids program for the younger kids includes supervision in every class. The Youth Academy is for older kids. Morning classes are from 9:00 am – noon and afternoon classes are from 1:00 am – 4:00 pm. Lunch supervision is provided and before and after care is available from 7:30 am – 9:00 am and 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm for an additional fee per week. Call 760-7956820 for more information.
plays of artifacts and skeletal remains of animals long since extinct. Mr. Roynon has personally led students, teachers, and parents on tours through the museum, explaining the displays, answering any and all questions. Readers who are interested in this project may learn more by going to the website:
http://www.RoynonMuseum.org. Queen Califia’s Magical Circle Open This Saturday
Above, one of many displays at the Roynon Museum
That will soon end, thanks to a disgruntled neighbor who filed a complaint and then left the area, much to the disappoint-
After 15 years of operation, the Museum will close its doors on July 2nd. Keith Roynon, who opened the Museum in 2000, to provide educational and scholarly dis-
Weather permitting, Queen Califia’s Magical Circle in Kit Carson Park (3333 Bear Valley Parkway) will be open to the public this Saturday, May 9, from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Public Art Commissioners will be on site to answer questions.
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Man, possessed his own superior art and cunning. He could be surrounded with no difficulties for which his inexhaustible brain could not devise some secure mode of escape. We arrived safe at camp before the first guard was relieved. The following morning we received a severe reprimand from Captain Sublet for exposing ourselves on so hazardous an adventure.
As soon as the wounded were sufficiently recovered to be able to travel, we moved down the river to the junction of Salt River with Guy's Fork, about a mile from Snake River. The next day the captain resolved to pass up to Guy's Fork to a convenient camping-ground, where we were to spend the interval until it was time to separate into small parties, and commence trapping in good earnest for the season. One day, while moving leisurely along, two men and myself proposed to the captain to proceed ahead of the main party to ascertain the best road, to reconnoitre the various streams — in short, to make it a trip of discovery. We were to encamp one night, and rejoin the main body the next morning. The captain consented, but gave us strict caution to take good care of ourselves.
Nothing of importance occurred that day; but the next morning, about sunrise, we were all thunderstruck at being roused from our sleep by the discharge of guns close at hand. Two of us rose in an instant, and gave the war-hoop as a challenge for them to come on. Poor Cotton, the third of our party, was killed at the first fire. When they saw us arise, rifle in hand, they drew back; whereas, had they rushed on with their battle-axes, they could have killed us in an instant. One of our horses was also killed, which, with the body of our dead comrade, we used for a breastwork, throwing up, at the same time, all the dirt we could to protect ourselves as far as we were able. The Indians, five hundred in number, showered their balls at us, but, being careful to keep at a safe distance, they did us no damage for some time. At length my companion received a shot through the heel, while carelessly throwing up his feet in crawling to get a sight at the Indians without exposing his body. I received some slight scratches, but no injury that occasioned me any real inconvenience.
Providence at last came to our relief. Our camp was moving along slowly, shooting buffalo occasionally, when some of the women, hearing our guns, ran to the captain, exclaiming, "There is a fight. Hark! hear the guns!"
He, concluding that there was more distant fighting than is common in killing buffalo, dispatched sixty men in all possible
haste in the direction of the reports. We saw them as they appeared in sight on the brow of a hill not far distant, and sent up a shout of triumph. The Indians also caught sight of them, and immediately retreated, leaving seventeen warriors dead in front of our little fort, whom we relieved of their scalps.
We returned to camp after burying our companion, whose body was literally riddled with bullets. The next day we made a very successful surround of buffalo, killing great numbers of them. In the evening, several of our friends, the Snakes, came to us and told us their village was only five miles farther up, wishing us to move up near them to open a trade. After curing our meat, we moved on and encamped near the friendly Snakes. We learned that there were one hundred and eightyfive lodges of Pun-naks encamped only two miles distant, a discarded band of the Snakes, very bad Indians, and very great thieves. Captain Sublet informed the Snakes that if the Pun-naks should steal any of his horses or any thing belonging to his camp, he would rub them all out, and he wished the friendly Snakes to tell them so.
Two of our men and one of the Snakes having strolled down to the Pun-nak lodges one evening, they were set upon, and the Snake was killed, and the two of our camp came home wounded. The morning volunteers were called to punish the Pun-naks for their outrage. Two hundred and fifteen immediately presented themselves at the call, and our captain appointed Bridger leader of the troop. We started to inflict vengeance, but when we arrived at the site of the village, behold! there was no village there. They had packed up and left immediately after the perpetration of the outrage, they fearing, no doubt, that ample vengeance would be taken upon them. We followed their trail forty-five miles, and came up with them on Green River. Seeing our approach, they all made across to a small island in the river.
"What shall we do now, Jim?" inquired our leader. "I will cross to the other side with one half the men," I suggested, "and get abreast of the island. Their retreat will be thus cut off, and we can exterminate them in their trap." "Go," said he; "I will take them if they attempt to make this shore."
I was soon in position, and the enfilading commenced, and was continued until there was not one left of either sex or any age. We carried back four hundred and eighty-eight scalps, and, as we then supposed, annihilated the Pun-nak band. On our return, however, we found six or eight of their squaws, who had
been left behind in the flight, whom we carried back and gave to the Snakes. On informing the Snakes of what had taken place, they expressed great delight. "Right!" they said "Pun-naks very bad Indians;" and they joined in the scalp-dance.
We afterward learned that the Pun-naks, when they fled from our vengeance, had previously sent their old men, and a great proportion of their women and children, to the mountains, at which we were greatly pleased, as it spared the effusion of much unnecessary blood. They had a great "medicine chief" slain with the others on the island; his medicine was not good this time, at least. We proceeded thence to a small creek, called Black Foot Creek, in the heart of the Black Foot country.
It was always our custom, before turning out our horses in the morning, to send out spies to reconnoitre around, and see if any Indians were lurking about to steal them. When preparing to move one morning from the last-named creek, we sent out two men; but they had not proceeded twenty yards from our corral before a dozen shots were fired at them by a party of Black Feet, bringing them from their horses severely wounded. In a moment the whole camp was in motion. The savages made a bold and desperate attempt to rush upon the wounded men and get their scalps, but we were on the ground in time to prevent them, and drove them back, killing four of their number.
The next day we were overtaken by the Snakes, who, hearing of our skirmish, expressed great regret that they were not present to have followed them and given them battle again. We seldom followed the Indians after having defeated them, unless they had stolen our horses. It was our policy always to act on the defensive, even to tribes that were known enemies. When the Snakes were ready, we all moved on together for the head of Green River. The Indians numbered six or seven thousand, including women and children; our number was nearly eight hundred altogether, forming quite a formidable little army, or, more properly, a moving city. The number of horses belonging to the whole camp was immense. We had no farther difficulty in reaching Green River, where we remained six days. During this short stay our numberless horses exhausted the grass in our vicinity, and it was imperative to change position.
It was now early in September, and it was time to break up our general encampment, and spread in all directions, as the hunting and trapping season was upon us. Before we formed
our dispersing parties, a number of the Crows came to our camp, and were rejoiced to see us again. The Snakes and Crows were extremely amicable.
The Crows were questioning the Snakes about some scalps hanging on our lodge-poles. They gave them the particulars of our encounter with the Black Feet, how valiantly we had fought them, and how we had defeated them. The Crows were highly gratified to see so many scalps taken from their old and inveterate foes. They wished to see the braves who had fought so nobly. I was pointed out as the one who had taken the greatest number of scalps; they told them they had seen me fight, and that I was a very great brave. Upon this I became the object of the Crows' admiration; they were very anxious to talk to me and to cultivate my acquaintance; but I could speak very little of their language. One of our men (named Greenwood), whose wife was a Crow, could speak their language fluently; he and his wife were generally resorted to by the Crows to afford full details of our recent victory. Greenwood, becoming tired of so much questioning, invented a fiction, which greatly amused me for its ingenuity. He informed them that White-handled Knife (as the Snakes called me) was a Crow. They all started in astonishment at this information, and asked how that could be.
Said Greenwood in reply, "You know that so many winters ago the Cheyennes defeated the Crows, killing many hundreds of their warriors, and carrying off a great many of their women and children." "Yes, we know it," they all exclaimed.
"Well, he was a little boy at that time, and the whites bought him of the Cheyennes, with whom he has staid ever since. He has become a great brave among them, and all your enemies fear him."
On hearing this astonishing revelation, they said that I must be given to them. Placing implicit faith in every word that they had heard, they hastened to their village to disseminate the joyful news that they had found one of their own people who had been taken by the Shi-ans when a bar-car-ta (child), who had been sold to the whites, and who had now become a great white chief, with his lodge-pole full of the scalps of the Black Feet, who had fallen beneath his gun and battle axe. This excited a great commotion throughout their whole village. All the old women who remembered the defeat, when the Crows lost two thousand warriors and a host of
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This series of columns has been aimed at helping our business and home readers avoid preventable computer problems. We conclude this series with a conversation on software programs designed to protect your PC. Malware consists of viruses, rootkits, adware, bots, ransomware, worms and more, delivered to your PC via the internet and USB devices. Our defenses are anti-malware programs, spam and pop-up blockers, firewalls and common sense. You can spend hours studying the methods of infection and purposes of the various genre of malware but it all comes down to this. What’s the
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Last week we looked into some commonly used mortgage terms and their definitions. This week, we will look at some DO’S and DON’TS that anyone considering taking out a mortgage should be aware of … whether you are considering a conventional refinance loan, a purchase loan to buy a home, or a reverse mortgage for seniors, there are some common things that every client should know to get the best deal and avoid being taken advantage of.
Do not rely on either Microsoft Security Essentials or Windows Defender. Both of these free, often pre-installed defensive software packages have fallen to the bottom of the “effectiveness list.” The free versions of Avast and Avira top that list today. The free versions are as effective as the paid versions for most users. Paid versions have features mainly used by professionals. For “paid” versions we like Kaspersky, Panda and NOD 32. We don’t like Norton or McAffee. In addition to the Anti-virus package, you’ll want the free version of “Malwarebytes.” You don’t need to buy a third party firewall. The combination of your router acting as a “hardware” firewall and the software firewall in your MS Windows OS are protection enough for most users.
Some “malware” infections are obvious. Your PC locks up, slows down, opens up unfamiliar home pages, denies Internet access, constantly flashes banners and pop-ups, won’t open files, won’t allow updates, won’t run malware software. When that happens, try to run your defensive software from “safe mode.” If that doesn’t work, you have a problem. The longer your PC runs with infections, the more likely you are to wind up with corrupt Windows and/or lost data. You need to act. Internet
DO: Ask your friends and family if they have worked with a mortgage lender in the past and were happy with the experience. DON’T: Trust everything you see in advertisements. This goes for mailers, ads in newspapers, radio, and especially the Internet. As hard as it is to believe, advertising is not always very well regulated and there are many companies that will advertise rates that simply are not available … or they will advertise “fixed” rates but not state how long the rate is “fixed.” DO: Ask for terms in writing. If a lender tells you, “Oh, I can get you such and such rate on a 30 year fixed rate loan”…ask that lender if you can lock that rate in today and get a confirmation in writing that they actually locked the rate in. Many lenders will tell a client that the rate is locked in when actually, the rate might not be. Lenders do this because they longer they wait to lock your rate in during the process, the better the pricing. However, this practice also puts the client at risk if the rates in the market get worse. ALWAYS ask the lender if you are “floating” (Not locked in) or Locked…and get it in writing. Also ask how long the rate is locked for. DON’T: Pay for anything up front. A good lender will NOT charge you up front for any of the following: Taking the application for a loan; Running a credit report; The rate lock; Any commitment fees; Appraisal Fee. You should only pay an appraisal fee (if applicable) once the lender can prove that they have locked in your interest rate and show you that they have a loan approval pending the appraisal. DO: Ask for a Good Faith
help sites are rarely helpful and usually scams. Subscription and mobile on-site services like “Geek Squad” are expensive and questionably effective (see comments on WWW). Malware removal and OS reinstallation should be done in the shop. 90% of this work is automated and doesn’t require the technician’s attention. In the shop a tech can work on several systems simultaneously. On site or on the phone that tech is charging 100% of his/her time to you. That’s why on-site and subscription tech services are expensive and marginally effective.
Some malware infections use your PC as a “robot” in a “botnet.” This is a criminal network used to “mine” data for the purpose of identity theft or fraud. They don’t want you to know they are inside your PC so they try not to interfere with its normal operation. Millions of Americans are, at this moment serving the evil ends of the “botnet herders” without a clue. Are you? Most of the infected PCs that come to us have adequate protection software but malware protection software can’t keep users from falling for “Trojan Horse” scams that trick them into inviting the bad guys in. Our advice is to make sure your
Estimate (GFE). All lenders are required to give you a Good Faith Estimate of fees and charges within three days of taking your loan application. If a lender takes an application from you for a mortgage loan, make sure they give you a GFE. The GFE will show you what the lender is planning to charge for the loan, the interest rate, the payment, and whether or not your loan rate is locked in. DON”T: Let a lender pressure you into acting on any kind of loan. If a lender tells you, “This rate is only available if you lock in today” that is not entirely true. Yes, rates can change from day to day, but in most cases, they do not fluctuate wildly from one day to the next. If a lender says “I can’t lock in your loan until you pay the $200 application fee,” that is a red flag. Lenders are not supposed to
virus scan is up to date and running and scan your PC once a week with Malwarebytes. Make sure you are running the latest and most secure versions of your OS (operating system), browser (Chrome, Mozilla) and third party ad-ons (Java, Reader, Flash etc). Use the automated update feature in these programs up BUT- only as a reminder. For example, when a screen prompts you to “click” to update your Reader, Java or Flash, DON”T DO IT! It may or may not be legit. Use that prompt as a reminder to go to the legitimate Adobe, Java or Flash website and download the latest versions.
Avoid all these problems and just buy an Apple? Not really. Apple has its own malware and other issues and costs 2-3 times as much as a comparable PC. There are many reasons why Apple’s 7% share of the worldwide PC business continues to shrink. Apples iPhones and iPads are also rapidly losing worldwide market share to Android devices and the iWatch looks like a low tech, late to market flop. Sure the Apple cultists and Fanboys will prop Apple up for a couple more quarters but in our humble opinion, Apple has peaked. Take your profit and run.
charge up-front fees. Also, the best lenders provide their clients with lending options and fully explain the options. Don’t ever feel obligated to “finish” a loan with a lender just because you started the process. Current laws allow for clients to cancel loans with lenders for just about any reason with no penalties. DO: Read the paperwork a lender gives you. This is especially true of the Good Faith Estimate. Ask questions about what you don’t understand. A good lender will take the time to explain everything. DON’T: Hesitate to give me a call if you have any questions about this column. I am always available to talk about rates, and mortgage lending in general. My cell is 619-823-1454. Have a great week!
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Espola Road, Poway. The program includes the Zampa Overture by Herold, the Symphony No. 1 by Beethoven and the Piano Concerto by Grieg. This last popular work will feature piano soloist Chetan Tierra. The performance will be led by Maestro John LoPiccolo, Music Director and Conductor of the orchestra. The concert is free; donations are graciously accepted. More info available at www.powaysymphony.org.
TERC Meeting, Monday, May 18th – Mike Harrison, Deputy Chief of Staff in Congressman Duncan D.
Bam Bam is the pet of the week at your Rancho Coastal Humane Society. He’s a 4 year old, 13 pound, short haired Tabby.
Bam Bam has plenty of energy, but when it’s time to relax, he’s ready to snuggle. Bam Bam was transferred to Rancho Coastal Humane Society through the FOCAS program.
The $100 adoption fee for Bam Bam includes medical exam, vaccinations, neuter, and microchip. Visit Rancho Coastal Humane Society at 389 Requeza Street in Encinitas or log on to SDpets.org. Call 760-753-6413 for more information. Kennels and Cattery open 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. every day but Tuesday.
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Interfaith Community Services has been helping people in North County for over thirty years. Recognized for serving thousands of meals to the hungry and homeless, Interfaith also provides programs to fill a variety of other community needs. Programs include social services, affordable housing, employment training and placement, legal and tax services, youth mentoring, a winter shelter for the homeless and of course a variety of veteran services. Hunter’s district office, will be the guest speaker for The Escondido Republican Club (TERC) meeting on Monday, May 18th. Harrison has a track record of being proactive and helping to make a positive impact in the community for over 20 years. In order to continue that positive impact with new ideas and a commitment to strong social and fiscal conservative principles, he has announced his candidacy for the California State Assembly in District 71. The meeting will be held at Cocina del Charro Restaurant, 890 West Valley Parkway, Escondido. Check-in 11:30am; buffet lunch service 11:45am; and the meeting starts at 12noon, concluding at 1pm. Reservations are necessary. Cost is $14/person; RSVP to 760.480.8300.
Bubba, a 4-year-old Mastiff mix, is the kind of dog who will always happy and excited to see you! Bubba loves to get out into the great outdoors, go for walks and get attention from everyone he meets. His sweet and carefree attitude will make him a special addition to a variety of homes! Bubba is available for adoption at the San Diego Humane Society’s Escondido Campus at 3450 East Valley Parkway. To learn more about making him part of your family, please call (760) 888-2275.
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Some veterans need minimal help to find housing or re-enter the civilian workforce, others need intensive health and social services. To meet this need, Interfaith initiated a recuperative care program aimed at providing homeless ill veterans with a place to recover from their medical conditions in a clean and safe environment. A generous donation from the Hawthorne family helped secure a bigger building. Extensive renovations are necessary and the City of Escondido has allocated some For more information about TERC, visit www.escondidorepublicanclub.com.
“Be Money Smart” Program at Library – “Planning for College Expenses” is the subject of the Be Money Smart free workshop series at the Escondido Public Library on Tuesday, May 19th, from 6-7:45pm, in the Turrentine Room of the Library at 239 S. Kalmia, Escondido. This workshop is geared to help parents and students become familiar with the ins and outs of paying for college and financial aid, and will offer tips on how to increase eligibility for free grants, where to find scholarship opportunities, how to help students reach for their dream school without financial compromise and
funding but more is needed.
Interfaith is a great place to volunteer but a financial contribution would help get the veteran resource building operational sooner. There are many ways to honor our veterans for their service, but none greater than providing service to our Veterans. Help Interfaith help our Veterans. More information at www.interfaithservices.org more. The San Diego Financial Literacy Center, sdflc.org, will present the workshop. All Library programs are free and open to the public. For more information about this workshop and the Be Money Smart series, contact 760.839.4839 or email@example.com.
Teen “Burritos & Book Club” to Meet on May 21 – The Escondido Public Library’s Burritos & Book Club for teens, for ages 13 to 18 years, meets on Thursday, May 21, from 4-5:30pm in the Turrentine Room of the Library, 239 S. Kalmia St, Escondido. “Insomnia,” by J.R.
The Pastor Says . . .
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emergency measures. We are in for corrective action with reduced water allotments, fineing for over use, hopefully cooperative action between the environmentalists, Federal Government, the State officials and the public for better water management.
Pastor Richard Huls, Retired
Showers and Flowers
Many of us mid-west transplants remember the maxim, “April showers bring May flowers.” Unfortunately, the California May flowers will be only memories, because there were few April showers and, with the warm weather, have all but dried up. So, more showers and flowers are but dry hopes. We have been informed about the worst drought in four years by the authorities. Recently, our Governor, after touring the arid Sierra snow pack, finally declared the State’s desperate plight of water shortages with
The bigger issue is more provocative. Is it global warming, the unusual action of the sun with massive eruptions, just a weather cycle such as has happened in past times, or even a Biblical question of God’s judgment of withholding the rain, such as the ancient Israelites experienced because of their sins? As we search for answers, we do know time and again human beings have had to adjust to changing times, weatherwise, just to survive.
Perhaps it is time to seek the counsel of the Creator (God) for wisdom in knowing what to do without April showers and May flowers. Such wisdom is necessary in knowing what each of us can and must do to protect this precious resource of water God has given us.
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women and children, with the ensuing captivity, were wondering if the great brave was not their own child; thereupon ensued the greatest anxiety to see me and claim me as a son.
I did not say a word impugning the authenticity of Greenwood's romance. I was greatly edified at the inordinate gullibility of the red man, and when they had gone to spread their tale of wonderment, we had a hearty laugh at their expense.
Our party now broke up; detachments were formed and leaders chosen. We issued from the camp, and started in all directions, receiving instructions to return within a certain day. There were a great many fur trappers with us, who hunted for their own profit, and disposed of their peltry to the mountain traders. The trappers were accompanied by a certain number of hired men, selected according to their individual preferences, the strength of their party being regulated by the danger of the country they were going to. If a party was going to the Black Foot country, it needed to be numerous and well armed. If going among the Crows or Snakes, where no danger was apprehended, there would go few or many, just as was agreed upon among themselves. But each party was in strict obedience to the will of its captain or leader: his word was supreme law. My party started for the Crow country, at which I was well content; for, being a supposed Crow myself, I expected to fare well among them. It seemed a relief, also, to be in a place where we could rest from our unsleeping vigilance, and to feel, when we rose in the morning, there was some probability of our living till night. Next time: Departure from the Rendezvous.—Trouble in Camp.—Leave the Party and Traps.—Arrival at the Crow Village.—Great Stir among the Crows.—Joyful Meeting with my Crow Parents, Brothers, and Sisters.—Three Years without seeing a White Man.
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Johansson, is the selected title for discussion, and complimentary burritos will be provided. Copies of Insomnia are currently available for checkout at the Library’s Information Desk or can be reserved using the Library’s catalog on the website at library.escondido.org. Insomnia introduces Parker Chipp, a high school junior who hasn’t slept in four years. Instead of sleeping every night, Parker enters the dreams of the person he last made eye contact with, preventing him from sleeping peacefully. In addition to the book discussion, attendees will be encouraged to share opinions, feelings, and ideas in a casual and comfortable environment about other books they have enjoyed and that interests them, and propose titles for the next meeting. The selected book will be discussed at the Teen Summer Reading Club edition of Burritos & Book Club, on Wednesday, July 15. Participants receive a free book or audiobook at the end of the program. This program is sponsored by Friends of the Library and Taco Bell located at 627 N. Escondido Boulevard in Escondido. Library programs, events, and services are free and open to the public. For more info about teen programs, contact Teen Librarian, Cathy Janovitz, at 760.839.4283 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or other library information at library.escondido.org. Call for Authors from North County - Oceanside Cultural Arts Foundation and Oceanside Public Library in partnership with the Friends of the Oceanside Public Library, will hold the 5th annual “Write On, Oceanside!” Literary Festival celebrating San Diego’s North County authors. The event will be held Saturday, July 18, from 2pm to 6pm in and around the Oceanside Civic Center Plaza and Community Rooms. Organizers are planning a bigger, more exciting event this year that will include music, educational workshops, and activities for families and children. Admission to “Write On, Oceanside!” is free to the public as well as for writers to participate. The organizational committee of “Write On, Oceanside!” is currently seeking participation from authors from throughout North County. Published and self-published authors in fiction and non-fiction categories will be considered. Participation is limited. Candidates must include the author’s name and brief biography, book title and brief description, book cost, and link to their promotional website in the application. Deadline for application is May 31, 2015. For more information on how to be a part of this special event visit website www.ocaf.info/woo or contact email@example.com.
Escondido Art Association Awarded Scholarships - The Escondido Art Association (EAA) presented their 2015 Scholarship Awards at a Reception and Awards Ceremony recently. Awards were presented to the following outstanding young artists as follows: First Place ($500) to Misael Barron, and Second Place ($300) to Alejandra Lopez Lara, both of Escondido High School; and Third Place ($200) to Elvin Gonzalez, Orange Glen H.S. Winners were selected from among 23 seniors representing six Escondido high schools. All 69 pieces of artwork submitted by the students were on exhibit at the Artists Gallery on 121 Grand Avenue, Escondido. EAA was proud to host the work of these budding young artists, sponsored through the remaining portion of a grant from the Stensrud Foundstion. EAA President Byron Marler announced that Design Moe Kitchen & Bath, located at 124 W.
Grand Avenue, Escondido, will be sponsoring next year’s EAA Scholarship Program.
Calling all Picture Perfect Pets! – The much-anticipated Photo Fundraiser is back at the San Diego Humane Society. Make your furry, feathered, or scaled friend a star – enter their photo today. With a $25 entry fee donation, you can submit your pet’s picture for guaranteed inclusion in the 2016 calendar’s collage pages. Your pet will also be in the running to be one of 11 lucky pets chosen by a selection committee to be featured as a full-page Pet of the Month in the calendar. Online voting – all photo fundraiser entrants will be featured online so everyone can join in the voting fun. Invite your family and friends to vote for your pet’s photo. Votes are $1/each. All photo entries also will be considered as full-page month spreads in the 2016 wall calendar, and blind-judged by a selection committee. Submit your pet’s photo online to www.sdhumane.org or download the entry form and mail it to 5500 Gaines Street, San Diego, CA 92110. There is a $25 donation entry fee per photo; enter as many times as you like. Photos accepted through August 31, 2015. For more info, call any campus: Escondido 760.888.2275; Oceanside 760.757.4357 or San Diego 619.299.7012.
Escondido Chamber Announces Grand Avenue Festival Ad Space Available – Ad space is available for the Grand Avenue Festival to be held on Sunday, May 17th. Don’t miss this opportunity to expose your business to over 50,000 possible new prospects. Banners will be displayed on the performance stage on Maple Street. For banner sizes, costs and other details, contact Claudine@escondidochamber.org or call 760.745.2125.
Carlsbad Preparing New Art Plan – The Carlsbad City Council got an update at a recent meeting about efforts to enhance public spaces through public art that engages residents and visitors, helps celebrate the city’s identity and contributes to the overall quality of life in Carlsbad. “Public art gives a community a sense of identity . . . Carlsbad is a unique place, and public art can help define who we are, where we are going, and who we aspire to be,” said City of Carlsbad Cultural Arts Manager Vincent Kitch. The new master plan will replace the existing one, in place since 1996, and will work in tandem with the general plan. It will outline priority projects and provide policies and procedures to guide future art acquisitions. The project team will gather input from community members and arts leaders, and incorporate input from Envision Carlsbad, a two-year public outreach process led by the city. Arts and culture was one of the nine core values the community said were important to the future of Carlsbad when the Carlsbad Community Vision was established. The Cultural Arts Office has undertaken significant public art projects in the past year, including Roger Stoller’s sculpture, “Coastal Helix,” at the new roundabout at Carlsbad Boulevard and State Street; commissioning of new art for Fire Station No. 3, under construction in Robertson Ranch, and placement of new artwork in the city’s Sculpture Garden. For more info, contact Vincent Kitch at 760.434.2921 or vincent.kitch@carlsbadcagov.
Eagle Scout Creates Sculpture for Tri-City Medical Center Vincent Scott, a 17 year old senior at Oceanside High School, a dedicated philanthropist and active member of the Boy Scouts of America, volunteers at Tri-City Medical Center in the Emergency Room through the Junior Volunteer Program. Vincent has been dedicated to meeting his
goal of becoming an Eagle Scout. To complete the requirements to advance, he has drafted, facilitated and created a beautiful sculpture to benefit the patients and staff of the hospital. The sculpture is located in the healing garden at Tri-City and was unveiled for the first time in February. Congratulations, Vincent, for a beautiful job well done!
Woman’s Club of Vista recently welcomed guest speaker Sandra Doyle Drahman, a member of the record-setting “SOS: Skydivers Over Sixty.” The group numbers 125, and one gentleman celebrated his 80th birthday by making 80 skydives in one day. The Woman’s Club meets the third Wednesday of the month at the Shadowridge Country Club in Vista. Visit www.womansclubofvista.org or email firstname.lastname@example.org for information.
Pictured left to right: President Nancy B Jones and Sandra Doyle Drahman
Contemporary Women of North County (CWONC) recently honored Linda Breen for five years of active participation in the club. CWONC has been a member of the General Federation of Women’s Clubs, one of the largest women’s volunteer organizations in the world since 1935. Members support projects that range from Scholarships for Graduating Seniors, CASA de Amparo, the San Diego Humane Society, Veterans Association of North County, Project Concern and their own “Adopt a Squadron” (HMLA Marines #369). Visit www.cwonc.org.
L-R: Linda Breen and Kathleen King (Membership Co-Chairman) Fundraiser Held by American Legion Post 149 – The local American Legion Post hosted a fundraising event with all proceeds
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ink needed to be brushed with iron sulfate, rather than just passed over heat or light. These measures helped maintain secrecy and ease Woodhull's anxiety about possibly being detected.
In New York, Woodhull would collect information from various sources, including British officers staying at boarding house where he would lodge in New York. Then he would return to Setauket and pass the information to whaleboat operator Caleb Brewster, who would take the message across Long Island Sound to Major Tallmadge, who would then send the information to Washington.
The initial plan had problems. Woodhull's trips supposedly were to visit his sister, but the visits became too frequent, especially given the danger at the time. To further suspicions by the British, Woodhull, instead of being with his sister, he spent all of the time wandering the city without an obvious purpose, suggesting there was another reason he traveled to New York. The British became very suspicious by the spring of 1779. Woodhull came up with a new plan and recruited Robert Townsend, who lived at his sister's boardinghouse. Woodhull discovered Townsend was a secret patriot, having been radicalized by British atrocities in his hometown of Oyster Bay. On June 20, 1779, Townsend sent his first report under the name of "Samuel Culper, Junior.” As a resident, Townsend was better suited to spy in Manhattan. Moreover, his mercantile background gave him a good reason to inquire about British troop movements and shipping.
The American Culper Spy Ring was instrumental in uncovering Gen. Benedict Arnold as a traitor by going over to the British. This is a long, complex story throughout the Revolutionary War years and too long to put down in the space allotted to this column. In AMC's current Revolutionary War TV spy drama series, “Turn: Washington's Spies,” is based on Alexander Rose’s historical book “Washington's Spies: The Story of America's First Spy Ring” (2007). The entire first season can be found on Netflix. To catch up with this season’s offering, go to “On Demand” to get earlier episodes.
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ORDINANCE NO. 2015-1408
AN INTERIM URGENCY ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SAN MARCOS, CALIFORNIA, IMPOSING A TEMPORARY MORATORIUM ON THE ESTABLISHMENT OF RETAIL PET STORES IN THE CITY OF SAN MARCOS
The City Council of the City of San Marcos, California, in accordance with the freedom afforded to charter cities generally, and by the Charter of the City of San Marcos specifically, and pursuant to Government Code Section 65858, does ordain as follows:
Section 1. Findings and Purpose. The City Council finds and declares that: (a) The San Marcos Municipal Code does not currently provide for the regulation of retail pet stores in the City of San Marcos; and
(b) The City Council has been made aware of public protests occurring outside a newly established retail pet store in the City, has been approached by animal rights activists regarding their opposition to the retail sale of dogs, cats and/or rabbits received from commercial breeding operations, and has received a number of requests from City residents to enact an ordinance prohibiting the retail sale of these animals, which contributes to the overpopulation of animals in the City; and (c) The City Council has also received countervailing views on retail pet stores from the owner of such a business which has recently opened in San Marcos; and (d) According to the Humane Society of the United States, hundreds of thousands of dogs and cats are housed and bred at “puppy mills” or “kitten factories,” which are substandard breeding facilities that mass-produce animals for sale to the public, typically through retail pet stores; and (e) Animals born and raised at puppy mills and kitten factories are more likely to have genetic disorders and lack adequate socialization, and animals used for breeding purposes at these facilities may be subject to inhumane housing conditions and indiscriminately disposed of when they reach the end of their profitable breeding cycle; and
(f) According to the San Diego County Humane Society’s Annual Report, in 2014, while dogs, cats and/or rabbits were being sold in retail pet stores throughout the County, more than 1,600 animals were euthanized in County area shelters; and (g) Prohibiting the sale of dogs, cats and/or rabbits in retail pet stores, unless the animals are obtained from a (i) city, county or other governmental animal shelter; (ii) animal control agency; (iii) humane society; (iv) animal rescue organization; or (iv) other non-commercial breeding establishment, may encourage pet consumers to adopt animals from shelters and rescue agencies, which could result in saving animals’ lives, decreasing the shelter animal euthanasia rate and reducing public costs for sheltering animals; and (g) As an urgency measure to protect and preserve the public welfare, California Government Code Section 65858 authorizes local governments to adopt an interim ordinance prohibiting any uses that may be in conflict with a contemplated general plan, specific plan, or zoning proposal that the legislative body, planning commission, or planning department is consid-
ering, studying or intends to study within a reasonable time; and
(h) It is necessary for the City to impose a temporary moratorium prohibiting the establishment of retail pet stores within the City’s jurisdictional boundaries to provide time for the City to study potential impacts that these establishments may have on animal welfare, craft regulations governing retail pet stores in the City as deemed appropriate and necessary, minimize any negative effects the newly established retail pet store might have on nearby businesses, property owners and the residents of the City, and to evaluate pending challenges to local ordinances that permanently ban the sale of dogs, cats and/or rabbits in other jurisdictions. Section 2. Temporary Moratorium Established. For the reasons described above, the City Council has determined it is necessary to enact an interim urgency ordinance imposing a temporary moratorium on the establishment of retail pet stores in the City of San Marcos pursuant to Government Code Section 65858.
The City has a compelling interest in protecting animal welfare, preserving the peace in its neighborhoods, and providing clear local regulation. The adoption of this Ordinance is necessary on an urgency basis for the immediate preservation of animal welfare. No permit or other applicable license or entitlement for use, including but not limited to the issuance of a business license, building permit, conditional use permit, or other land use approval, shall be approved and/or issued for the establishment of any retail pet store that would engage in the sale of dogs, cats and/or rabbits within the jurisdiction of the City. This Ordinance shall exempt animal shelters, humane societies, and animal rescue organizations, and nothing in this Ordinance shall prevent a retail pet store, or its owner, operator or employees from providing space and appropriate care for animals owned by a publicly-operated animal control agency or shelter, nonprofit humane society, or nonprofit animal rescue organization and maintained at the retail pet store for the purpose of adopting those animals to the public. This Ordinance shall not preclude the continued operation of any retail pet establishment lawfully existing on the effective date hereof, for the temporary moratorium period.
Section 3. Consistency with the SMMC. Any provision of the SMMC that is inconsistent with any provision of this Ordinance, to the extent of such inconsistencies and no further, is hereby repealed or modified only to the extent necessary to effect the provisions of this Ordinance. Section 4. Severability. If any section, sentence, clause or phrase of this Ordinance is determined to be invalid, illegal or unconstitutional by a decision or order of any court or agency of competent jurisdiction, then such decision or order will not affect the validity and enforceability of the remaining portions of this Ordinance. The City Council declares that it would have passed and adopted the Ordinance, and each section, sentence, clause or phrase thereof, regardless of the fact that any one or more sections, subsections, sentences, clauses, or phrases be declared invalid or unconstitutional.
Section 5. Effective Date. This Ordinance shall take effect immediately upon adoption as an urgency measure. The temporary moratorium shall be of no further force and
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effect forty five (45) days from the date of the adoption of this Ordinance, unless, prior to its expiration, following a noticed public hearing in accordance with Government Code Section 65090, the City Council extends the Ordinance pursuant to Government Code Section 65858.
Section 6. Publication. Within fifteen (15) days following the adoption of this Ordinance, the City Clerk shall certify to the passage of this Ordinance and cause the same to be published in accordance with the provisions of State Law in a newspaper of general circulation designated for legal notices publication in the City of San Marcos.
PASSED, APPROVED AND ADOPTED at a special meeting of the City Council of the City of San Marcos held on the 28th day of April, 2015, by the following roll call vote: AYES: COUNCILMEMBERS: JABARA, JENKINS, JONES, ORLANDO, DESMOND NOES: C O U N C I L M E M BERS: NONE ABSENT: C O U N C I L M E M BERS: NONE Phillip Scollick/City Clerk, City of San Marcos PD 5/7/2015 ORDINANCE INTRODUCED
Ordinance No. 2015-1407
Ordinance No. 2015-1407 an ordinance of the City of San Marcos City Council approving a Specific Plan for a single family subdivision in the Richmar Neighborhood. SP 14-004, P14-0027, Orlando Company. Ordinance No. 2015-1407 was introduced on April 28, 2015, and will be presented to the City Council for adoption on May 12, 2015. A certified copy is posted in the office of the City Clerk at 1 Civic Center Drive, San Marcos, CA. Phillip Scollick, City Clerk, City of San Marcos PD: 5/7/2015 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-011451 The name of the business: CA Food Services LTD, Beach Bu’ns, located at 2921 Roosevelt St., Carlsbad, CA. 92008, is hereby registered by the following: Samuel Kelsall, Trustee of CA Food Services LTD 2921 Roosevelt St. Carlsbad, CA. 92008 This business is conducted by a Limited Liabiity Company. First day of business was n/a. /s/Samuel Kelsall, Trustee of CA FOOD Services LTD. This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 4/28/2015. 5/07, 5/14, 5/21 & 5/28/2015
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME 37-2015-00008760-CU-PT-NC TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: Petitioner Jessica Bell filed a petition with this court for a decree changing names as follows: Present name: Aiden Patrick Olmeda, to Proposed name Aiden Patrick Bell. THE COURT ORDERS that all persons interested in this matter shall appear before this court at the hearing indicated below to show cause, if any, why the petition for change of name should not be granted. Any person objecting to the name changes described above must file a written objections that includes the reasons for the objection at least two court days before the matter is scheduled to be heard and must appear at the hearing to show cause why the petition should not be granted. If no written objection is timely filed, the court may grant the petition without a hearing. NOTICE OF HEARING: Date: June 2, 2015, 8:30a.m., Department 26. The address of the court is: North County Division, Superior Court of California, County of San Diego, 325 S. Melrose Dr., Vista, CA. 92081. A copy of the Order to Show Cause shall be published at least once each week for four successive weeks prior to the date set for hearing on the petition in the following newspaper of general circulation, printed in this county: San Marcos News Reporter, dba, The Paper, 845 W. San Marcos Blvd, San Marcos, Ca. 92078. Dated March 16, 2015. /s/William S. Dato, Judge of the Superior Court 5/7, 5/14, 5/21 and 5/28/15
CITY OF SAN MARCOS NOTICE INVITING BIDS
PROJECT CODE NO. 88539, ARMORLITE DRIVE ENHANCEMENTS
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City of San Marcos, hereinafter referred to as Agency, invites sealed bids for the above stated Project and will receive such bids in the offices of Agency (Front Counter on the first floor), at San Marcos City Hall, 1 Civic Center Drive, San Marcos, California 92069-2918, up to the hour of 10:00 a.m., on June 2, 2015, at which time they will be publicly opened in the “Valley of Discovery” Room at City Hall. Bids received after the hour and date for the bid opening will not be accepted and shall be returned unopened. The work to be done is described in these Bid and Contract Documents for the above stated Project. The general Scope of Work is as follows: DESCRIPTION OF WORK The work generally consists of new sidewalk, curb & gutter, raised cycle track, diagonal and parallel parking, traffic signal modification, street lighting, and landscape areas with bioretention and silva cells for water quality. LOCATION OF WORK The work to be constructed is located on Armorlite Drive between Las Posas Road and Bingham Drive. TIME OF COMPLETION Time is of the essence in the performance of the Work under this Contract. All work shall be completed in every detail to the satisfaction of the Agency within ONE HUNDRED (100) WORKING DAYS after the date of commencement specified in the Notice to Proceed. GENERAL Copies of the Bid and Contract Documents are available for inspection at no cost to the bidder at the front counter of the Development Services Department on the first floor of City Hall, 1 Civic Center Drive, San Marcos, California 920692918. NO BID SETS WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE. In conformance with State of California Assembly Bill 2036 complete bid sets will be available electronically, at no cost, at http://www.san-marcos.net and http://www.ciplist.com. It shall be the responsibility of the prospective bidders to download and print the bid documents for review and bid. Bidders shall also check the website for addendums which will be posted no later than 48 hours prior to the bid opening. Each addendum will include a conformation sheet indicating receipt of the addendum. This sheet must be signed and included with the bid for each addendum issued. Bids which do not include the conformation sheet(s) for each addendum, if any, may be rejected. The City of San Marcos does not warrant, represent, or guarantee the accuracy, completeness, or adequacy of information provided from any third party source. The City shall not be responsible or liable in any way whatsoever for any loss or damages of whatever kind, nature, or scope, including, but not limited to, time, money or goodwill arising from errors, inaccuracies, or omissions in any documents and/or
information retrieved from any third part source. Prospective bidders are encouraged to review the official version of all documents upon which they plan to rely. For a complete set of bid documents, all interested parties are directed to the City’s website at http://www.san-marcos.net or www.ciplist.com. PRE-BID CONFERENCE A Pre-Bid Conference will be held for this project at 9:30 a.m., on Thursday, May 14, 2015, in the “Valley of Discovery” Room at City Hall. Attendance is not mandatory. Bids shall be written clearly and legibly in ink in conformance with the Instruction to Bidders. All bids shall be submitted to the Engineering Division in a sealed envelope plainly marked on the outside with "SEALED BID FOR ARMORLITE DRIVE ENHANCEMENTS, PROJECT CODE No. 88539 DO NOT OPEN WITH REGULAR MAIL." If using Federal Express or other such service for bid submittal, the contents of the submittal must be noted on the outside of that envelope as stated above. Each bid must be accompanied by cash, a certified or cashier's check payable to the City of San Marcos, or a satisfactory bid bond executed by the bidder and an acceptable surety, in an amount equal to ten percent (10%) of the total aggregate bid amount. The successful bidder will be required to furnish and pay for performance and payment bonds acceptable to the Agency. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, pursuant to the San Marcos City Charter and the San Marcos Municipal Code, payment of prevailing wages and compliance with the California Labor Code Sections 1770 et seq is required for this project. The Contractor to whom the Contract is awarded, and any subcontractor under such Contractor, shall hereby ensure that minority and women business enterprises will be afforded full opportunity to submit bids for subcontracts. Further, there shall be no discrimination in employment practices on the basis of race, religious creed, color, national origin, ancestry, physical handicap, medical condition, marital status, age, or sex. Attention is directed to the provisions of the Bid and Contract Documents which require retention from payments to the Contractor to secure performance under the Contract. Pursuant to California Public Contract Code Section 22300, and at the request and expense of the Contractor to whom the contract is awarded, acceptable securities (securities listed in Government Code Section 16430, bank or savings and loan, certificates of deposit, interest bearing demand deposit accounts or standby letters of credit) equivalent to the retention amount shall be permitted in substitution of money withheld by the Agency to ensure performance under the Contract. Such securities shall be deposited with the Agency or with a California or Federally chartered bank or savings and loan as escrow agent who shall return such securities, along with any interest thereon, to
the Contractor upon satisfactory completion and acceptance of the Work by the Agency. The Agency reserves the right to reject any or all bids, to waive any irregularity, and to take all bids under advisement for a period of sixty (60) calendar days after the date the bids are publicly opened. All costs incurred by bidders as a result of preparing bids under this Notice Inviting Bids shall be the sole responsibility of each bidder. This Notice Inviting Bids neither creates nor imposes any obligation upon the Agency to enter into a contract. Liquidated damages for this Project will be per the Special Provisions Estimated construction cost: $2,495,000 s/s Michael Edwards, Public Works Director/City Engineer Phil Scollick, City Clerk, City of San Marcos Dp May 7, 2015 and May 14, 2015 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-009583 The name of the business: Agile Project Management Group, located at 1559 Clifftop Ave., San Marcos, CA. 92078, is hereby registered by the following: Jennifer L. Green 1559 Clifftop Ave. San Macos, CA. 92078 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was Janury 1, 2015. /s/Jennifer L. Green, Owner This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 4/09/2015. 5/07, 5/14, 5/21 & 5/28/2015
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ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME 37-2015-00010873-CU-PT-NC
TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: Petitioners Richard and
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name changes described above must file a written objections
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Vista, CA. 92081. A copy of the Order to Show Cause shall be
published at least once each week for four successive weeks
500 S. Rancho Santa Fe Rd. #106
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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-010926 The name of the business: Home Tech Inspection Svcs., located at 2690 Magellan Ln, Vita, CA. 92081, is hereby registered by the following: Terry N. Warriner 2690 Magellan Ln. Vista, Ca. 92081 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was n/a. /s/Terry N. Warriner, Owner This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 4/23/15 4/30, 5/07, 5/14 and 5/21/2015
is hereby registered by the following:
B&G Market Inc
San Marcos News Reporter, dba, The Paper, 845 W. San
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-008955 The name of the business: DTM Industries, located at 2089 Susan Court, Escondido, Ca. 92026, is hereby registered by the following: Daniel Schaffer 2089 Susan Court Escondido, CA. 92026 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was 2/28/2015. /s/Daniel Schaffer, Owner This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 4/03/15 4/30, 5/07, 5/14 and 5/21/2015
The name of the business: San Marcos Market #2, locat-
ing newspaper of general circulation, printed in this county:
4/30, 5/7, 5/14 and 5/21/15
ed at 500 S. Rancho Santa Fe Rd. #106, San Marcos Ca.
prior to the date set for hearing on the petition in the follow-
/s/William S. Dato, Judge of the Superior Court
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
This business is conducted by a corporation.
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-009713 The name of the business: Precision Welding, located at 175 Bosstick Blvd., #107, San Marcos, Ca. 92069, is hereby registered by the following: Marshall Gidney 175 Bosstick Blvd. #107 San Marcos, CA. 92069 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was n/a. /s/Marshall Gidney This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 4/13/15 4/30, 5/07, 5/14 and 5/21/2015 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-011140 The name of the business: Sabai Dee Thai Massage, Sabai Dee Massage, Sabai Dee Thai Massage & Spa, located at 815 W. San Marcos, San Marcos, CA. 92078, is hereby registered by the following: Oey Kaeukhbuesri 425 Neptune Ave. Encinitas, CA. 92024 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was n/a. /s/Oey Kaekwuruesri, Owner This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 4/27/15 4/30, 5/07, 5/14 and 5/21/2015
business was 3/01/2015.
First day of
/s/Gihad Hamideh, President
This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg
Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 4/09/15
4/23, 4/30, 5/07 and 5/14/2015
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT
The name of the business: North County Derby Alliance, located at 4300 Mesa Drive, Oceanside, CA. 92056, is hereby registered by the following:
318 S. Freeman Street
Oceanside, CA. 92054
4883 Surrealist Ct.
Oceanside, CA. 92057
This business is conducted by an Association Other than a partnership.
First day of business was 4/01/15.
/s/Courtney Boll, General Partner
This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County
4/16, 4/23, 4/30 and 5/07/2015
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-009901 The name of the business: Enciso and E and E Contracting Solutions, located at 4895 Sea Scape Dr. Oceanside, CA. 90057, is hereby registered by the following: Edgar DeLeon 4895 Sea Scape Dr., Oceanside, CA. 92057 Eric Enciso 39401 Oak Cliff Dr. Temecula, CA. 92591 Ricardo Enciso 646 Stanley Ct. Escondido, Ca. 92026 This business is conducted by Limited Partnership. First day of business was 4/14/15. /s/Edgar DeLeon, General Partner This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 4/14/15 4/23, 4/30, 5/07 and 5/14/2015
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-009261 The name of the business: MBG Services, located at 909 Lacebark St., San Marcos, CA. 92069, is hereby registered by the following: Michael Brian Gilbert 909 Lacebark St. San Marcos, CA. 92069 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was n/a. /s/Michael Brian Gilbert, Owner This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 4/07/2015. 4/16, 4/23, 4/30 and 5/07/2015
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-008702 The name of the business: S.B.B. Small Business Bookkeeping, located at 215 S. Pacific Street, Ste 107, San Marcos, CA. 92078, is hereby registered by the following: Letizia Castronovo 2404 Altisma Way, E. Carlsbad, CA. 92009 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was n/a. /s/Letizia Castronovo, Owner This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 4/01/2015. 4/16, 4/23, 4/30 and 5/07/2015 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT
The name of the business: Creative
Landscaping, located at 505 Vine St.,
Oceanside, CA. 92054, is hereby reg-
istered by the following:
J. Ricardo Colon Ramirez
505 Vine St.
Oceanside, CA. 92054
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-010197 The name of the business: A.Z. Auto Parts, located at 1934 Casablanca Ct., Vista, CA. 92081, is hereby registered by the following: Ardeshir Zarmahd 1934 Casablanca Ct. Vista, Ca. 92081 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was n/a. /s/Ardeshir Zarmahd, Owner This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 4/17/15 4/23, 4/30, 5/07 and 5/14/2015
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-010159 The name of the business: Home Residential Care, located at 3028 Delfina Place, Carlsbad, CA. 92009, is hereby registered by the following: Ambrosia Creek LLC 701 Santa Olivia Solana Beach, Ca. 92075 This business is conducted by a Limited Liability Company. First day of business was n/a. /s/Jeanie Sager, Managing Member This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 4/16/15 4/23, 4/30, 5/07 and 5/14/2015
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-007329 The name of the business: Poinsettia Station Coffee, located at 6511 Avenida Encinas, Carlsbad, Ca. 92009, is hereby registered by the following: Roger Thavarajah 6982 Batiquitos Dr. Carlsbad, CA. 92011 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was 03/01/15. /s/Roger Thavarajah This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 3/17/2015. 4/16, 4/23, 4/30 and 5/07/2015
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME 37-2015-00012574-CU-PT-CTL TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: Petitioner Juan Fuentes filed a petition with this court for a decree changing names as follows: Present name: Juan Fuentes, to Proposed name Kelsey Corp. THE COURT ORDERS that all persons interested in this matter shall appear before this court at the hearing indicated below to show cause, if any, why the petition for change of name should not be granted. Any person objecting to the name changes described above must file a written objections that includes the reasons for the objection at least two court days before the matter is scheduled to be heard and must appear at the hearing to show cause why the petition should not be granted. If no written objection is timely filed, the court may grant the petition without a hearing. NOTICE OF HEARING: Date: May 29, 2015, 8:30a.m., Department 46. The address of the court is: Superior Court of California, County of San Diego, Central Division, Hall of Justice, 220 W. Broadway, San Diego, CA. 92101. A copy of the Order to Show Cause shall be published at least once each week for four successive weeks prior to the date set for hearing on the petition in the following newspaper of general circulation, printed in this county: San Marcos News Reporter, dba, The Paper, 845 W. San Marcos Blvd, San Marcos, Ca. 92078. Dated April 15, 2015. /s/David J. Danielsen, Judge of the Superior Court 4/23, 4/30, 5/7 and 5/14/15
/s/J. Ricardo Colon Ramirez
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-009626 The name of the business: MoPa Car Wholesale Auto Dealer, located at 3849 San Ramon Dr., Oceanside, Ca. 92057, is hereby registered by the following: MoPa Car Inc. 3849 San Ramon Dr. Oceanside, CA. 92057 This business is conducted by a corporation. First day of business was 4/10/2015. /s/Monika Ormos, CEO This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 4/10/2015. 4/16, 4/23, 4/30 and 5/07/2015
individual. First day of business was
Clerk/Recorder of San Diego
4/23, 4/30, 5/07 and 5/14/2015
STATEMENT OF ABANDONMENT OF USE OF FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME #2015-010162 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME: Home Residential Care, located at 701 Santa Oliva, Solana Beach, CA. 92075. THE FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME REFERRED TO ABOVE WAS FILED IN SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON 3/5/2015 and assigned File no. 2015-006141, IS ABANDONED BY THE FOLLOWING REGISTRANT(S): J&J Home, LLC 201 Santa Olivia Solana Beach, Ca 92075 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/ Jeanie Sager, Manager This statement was filed with David Butler, County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 4/16/2015. 4/23, 4/30, 5/07 & 5/14/2015 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-009524 The name of the business: SAEEnterprise, located at 10235 Rayford Drive, Escondido, CA. 92026, is hereby registered by the following: Mikxay Sirivong 10235 Rayford Drive Escondido, CA. 92026 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was 4/9/2015. /s/Mikxay Sirivong This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 4/09/15 4/23, 4/30, 5/07 and 5/14/2015 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-008138 The name of the business: Hair Designs by Kortney, located at 405 N. Twin Oaks Valley Rd., #114, San Marcos, CA. 92069, is hereby registered by the following: Kortney Cunnings Delaway 2731 Cita Ave. Escondido, CA. 92029 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was n/a. /s/Kortney Cunnings Delaway, Owner This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 3/25/15 4/23, 4/30, 5/07 and 5/14/2015 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-007356 The name of the business: RNR Services, Blue Sky Services, located at 1038 Oak Drive, Vista, CA. 92084, is hereby registered by the following: John Rymer 1038 Oak Drive Vista, CA. 92084 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was 3/18/15. /s/John Rymer, Owner This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 3/18/15 4/16, 4/23, 4/30 and 5/07/2015 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-009130 The name of the business: Gemini Pest Control, Gemini Termite, Gemini Termite and Pest Control, Gemini Exterminators, Gemini Pest, located at 1058 Old Taylor St., Vista, Ca. 92084, is hereby registered by the following: Pal Services Inc 1058 Old Taylor St. Vista, Ca. 92084 This business is conducted by a corporaton. First day of business was 4/01/2015. /s/Paul Wynhamer, President This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 4/06/2015. 4/16, 4/23, 4/30 and 5/07/2015
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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-009889 The name of the business: North County Mobile Truck & Trailer Repair, located at 818 S. Rancho Santa Fe Fd., San Marcos, CA. 92069, is hereby registered by the following: Ray Madison Faust 818 S. Rancho Santa Fe Rd. San Marcos, Ca. 92069 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was 4/14/15. /s/Ray Madison Faust, Owner This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 4/14/15 4/16, 4/23, 4/30 and 5/07/2015
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-007824 The name of the business: Jimmy’s Concrete Pumping, located at 1615 La Mirada Dr., San Marcos, Ca. 92078, is hereby registered by the following: Jaime Melchor 1441 W. 11sth Ave. Escondido, CA. 92029 This business is conducted by an indivdiual. First day of business was n/a. /s/Jaime Melchor This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 3/23/15 4/16 4/23, 4/30, and 5/07/2015
NOTICE OF INTENDED DECISION (Administrative)
The Planning Division Director of the City of San Marcos has considered and does intend to APPROVE Director’s Permit 14-028 on May 11, 2015. Project No.: P14-0054 Case No.: DP 14-028 Applicant: Learning Jungle School Request: A Director’s Permit renewal to allow for the continued operation of a 3,000 sq. ft. child care facility (day care center) with a 1,500 sq. ft. outdoor play area. Location of Property: 1364 E. Mission Road, more particularly described as: Parcel A of Parcel Map No. 6003 in the City of San Marcos, County of San Diego, State of California, as filed in the office of the County Clerk Recorder of San Diego County on May 26, 1977 as File No. 77-205491 of official records. Assessor’s Parcel Number: 226-071-14-00. NOTICE: Appeal rights are available. Any interested person may appeal the decision of the Planning Division Director, provided the appeal fee is paid and a written appeal is submitted to the Planning Division Secretary within ten (10) days (due no later than 5:30 PM on Thursday, May 21, 2015). The Planning Commission shall hear the appeal within forty (40) days after the filing of such appeal. Appeal fees shall be paid upon submittal. Said appeal shall be in writing and specify where there was an error in the decision of the Planning Division Director. Contact the Planning Division at 760-744-1050, extension 3233. The City of San Marcos is committed to making its programs, services and activities accessible to individuals with disabilities. If you require accommodation to participate in any City program, service or activity, please contact the City Clerk’s office at 1 Civic Center Drive, San Marcos CA 92069, or call 760-744-1050, ext. 3145. Further information about this notice can be obtained from Art Pinon, Assistant Planner, at 760-744-1050 extension 3204, or email@example.com. Phil Scollick, City Clerk, City of San Marcos. PD: 5/7/15. FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT
The name of the business: California
Stone and Brick, located at 1202
Borden Rd., #135, Escondido, CA.
is hereby registered by the
1202 Borden Rd #135
Escondido, CA. 92026
individual. First day of business was
Clerk/Recorder of San Diego
4/23, 4/30, 5/07 and 5/14/2015
CITY OF SAN MARCOS NOTICE INVITING BIDS E. MISSION ROAD FIBER OPTIC PROJECTS (CIP NO. 88504, FEDERAL NO. HSIPL 5381-0034)
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City of San Marcos, hereinafter referred to as Agency, invites sealed bids for the above stated Project and will receive such bids in the offices of Agency (Engineering Division Office on the first floor), at San Marcos City Hall, 1 Civic Center Drive, San Marcos, California 920692918, up to the hour of 10:00 a.m., on May 19, 2015, at which time they will be publicly opened in the “Valley of Discovery” Room at City Hall. Bids received after the hour and date for the bid opening will not be accepted and shall be returned unopened. The work to be done is described in these Bid and Contract Documents for the above stated Project. The general Scope of Work is as follows: DESCRIPTION OF WORK The work generally consists of installation fiber optic cables, CCTV cameras, vehicle detection and upgrade of traffic control devices for implementation of an IP-based communication system along three major corridors with the City. The project will enhance the City’s traffic monitoring program and improve traffic flow along these corridors.
LOCATION OF WORK The work to be constructed is located along East Mission Road between San Marcos Boulevard and Nordahl Road, Woodland Parkway between Mission Road and El Norte Parkway, and Nordahl Road between Mission Road and Montiel Road. TIME OF COMPLETION Time is of the essence in the performance of the Work under this Contract. All work shall be completed in every detail to the satisfaction of the Agency within FORTY-FIVE (45) WORKING DAYS after the date specified in the Notice to Proceed. Liquidated Damages shall conform to the latest edition of the Standard Specifications “Greenbook” subsection 6-9, the specified amount shall be Fifteen Hundred ($1,500) per calendar day for each calendar day that the work, including punch list, is not completed beyond the specified contract time.
GENERAL Copies of the Bid and Contract Documents are available for inspection at no cost to the bidder at the front counter of the Development Services Department on the first floor of City Hall, 1 Civic Center Drive, San Marcos, California 920692918. NO BID SETS WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE. In conformance with State of California Assembly Bill 2036 complete bid sets will be available electronically, at no cost, at http://www.san-marcos.net and http://www.ciplist.com. It shall be the responsibility of the prospective bidders to download and print the bid documents for review and bid. Bidders shall also check the website for addendums which will be posted no later than 48 hours prior to the bid opening. Each addendum will include a conformation sheet indicating receipt of the addendum. This sheet must be signed and included with the bid for each addendum issued. Bids which do not include the conformation sheet(s) for each addendum, if any, may be rejected. The City of San Marcos does not warrant, represent, or guarantee the accuracy, completeness, or adequacy of information provided from any third party source. The City shall not be responsible or liable in any way whatsoever for any loss or damages of whatever kind, nature, or scope, including, but not limited to, time, money or goodwill arising from errors, inaccuracies, or omissions in any documents and/or information retrieved from any third part source. Prospective bidders are encouraged to review the official version of all documents upon which they plan to rely.
For a complete set of bid documents or the applicable RFP, all interested parties are directed to the City’s website at http://www.san-marcos.net or www.ciplist.com.
A mandatory Pre-Bid Conference will be at 2:30 pm, May 6, 2015 in the Valley of Discovery Room at City of San Marcos City Hall located at 1 Civic Center Drive, San Marcos, CA 92069. Bids from contractors not represented at this meeting will be rejected.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBE) will be afforded full opportunity to submit bids in response to this notice. Bidders are also advised that, as required by Federal law, the City of San Marcos is implementing new DBE requirements and continue to report overall DBE participation for this Federal-aid contract. The DBE contract goal for this project is 5.98 percent. In order to ensure compliance, the DBE outreach must start earlier in order to provide the required proof of outreach. All outreach efforts shall be documented (including follow up contacts) to demonstrate aggressive pursuit of DBE participation. The DBE solicitation should not be limited to those operating in the area. It is the responsibility of the prime contractor to solicit all certified DBE’s willing to work in the area. Contractors are responsible to review the latest requirements of Caltrans the Division of Local Assistance before submitting their bid. Bid documents without the following forms/documentations may be considered non-responsive. Exhibit 15-G (Local Agency Bidder DBE Commitment) Exhibit 15-H (Good Faith Effort) Good Faith Effort documentation (to document the effort to solicit DBE firms even if goal is met) Exhibit 12-B (Bidder’s List of Subcontractors (DBE and NON-DBE)) Please refer to Appendix C in the contract documents covering DBE requirements and required forms to be submitted.
Bids shall be written clearly and legibly in ink in conformance with the Instruction to Bidders. All bids shall be submitted to the Office of the City Clerk in a sealed envelope plainly marked on the outside with "SEALED BID FOR E. MISSION ROAD FIBER OPTIC PROJECT (CIP NO. 88504, Federal No. HSIPL 5381-0034) DO NOT OPEN WITH REGULAR MAIL." If using Federal Express or other such service for bid submittal, the contents of the submittal must be noted on the outside of that envelope as stated above. Each bid must be accompanied by cash, a certified or cashier's check payable to the City of San Marcos, or a satisfactory bid bond executed by the bidder and an acceptable surety, in an amount equal to ten percent (10%) of the total aggregate bid amount. The successful bidder will be required to furnish and pay for performance and payment bonds acceptable to the Agency.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, pursuant to the San Marcos City Charter and the San Marcos Municipal Code, payment of prevailing wages and compliance with the California Labor Code Sections 1770 et seq is required for this project. The Contractor to whom the Contract is awarded, and any subcontractor under such Contractor, shall hereby ensure that minority and women business enterprises will be afforded full opportunity to submit bids for subcontracts. Further, there shall be no discrimination in employment practices on the basis of race, religious creed, color, national origin, ancestry, physical handicap, medical condition, marital status, age, or sex. Attention is directed to the provisions of the Bid and Contract Documents which require
retention from payments to the Contractor to secure performance under the Contract. Pursuant to California Public Contract Code Section 22300, and at the request and expense of the Contractor to whom the contract is awarded, acceptable securities (securities listed in Government Code Section 16430, bank or savings and loan, certificates of deposit, interest bearing demand deposit accounts or standby letters of credit) equivalent to the retention amount shall be permitted in substitution of money withheld by the Agency to ensure performance under the Contract. Such securities shall be deposited with the Agency or with a California or Federally chartered bank or savings and loan as escrow agent who shall return such securities, along with any interest thereon, to the Contractor upon satisfactory completion and acceptance of the Work by the Agency. The Agency reserves the right to reject any or all bids, to waive any irregularity, and to take all bids under advisement for a period of sixty (60) calendar days after the date the bids are publicly opened. All costs incurred by bidders as a result of preparing bids under this Notice Inviting Bids shall be the sole responsibility of each bidder. This Notice Inviting Bids neither creates nor imposes any obligation upon the Agency to enter into a contract.
Liquidated damages for this Project will be per the Special Provisions Estimated construction cost: $450,000. s/s Michael Edwards, City Engineer/Director of Public Works Phil Scollick, City Clerk, City of San Marcos PD April 30, 2015 and May 7, 2015 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-009518 The name of the business: Envios #2, located at 500 S. Rancho Santa Fe Rd. #106, San Marcos Ca. 92078, is hereby registered by the following: Envios de Dinero #2 Inc. 500 S. Rancho Santa Fe Rd. #106 San Marcos, CA. 92078 This business is conducted by a corporation. First day of business was 3/01/2015. /s/Gihad Hamideh, President This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 4/09/15 4/23, 4/30, 5/07 and 5/14/2015 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-009129 The name of the business: LEDM, LLC, located at 420 W. San Marcos, Blvd., #147, San Marcos, CA. 92069, is hereby registered by the following: LEDM, LLC 420 W. San Marcos Blvd #147 San Marcos, CA. 92069 This business is conducted by a Limited Liability Company. First day of business was 8/7/2014. /s/Sean Sommer, Managing Member This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 4/06/15 4/23, 4/30, 5/07 and 5/14/2015 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-007958 The name of the business: Surf and Turf Landscapes, located at 8552 Rhone Rd., Santee, CA. 92071, is hereby registered by the following: Aaron C. Kirkeby 8552 Rhone Rd. Santee, CA. 92071 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was 3/20/2015. /s/Aaron C. Kirkeby, Owner This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 3/24/15 4/23, 4/30, 5/07 and 5/14/2015
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-009309 The name of the business: Valvoline Instant Oil Change GNO126, located at 7981 El Cajon Blvd., La Mesa, CA. 91942, is hereby registered by the following: Henley Pacific LA LLC 54 Jaconnet Street Ste 100 Newton Highlands, MA. 02461 This business is conducted by a Limited Liabiity Company. First day of business was 1/31/2015. /s/William J. Smelley, VP Marketing & Sales Henley Pacific LA LLC This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 4/07/2015. 4/16, 4/23, 4/30 and 5/07/2015
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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.
The spinal disc is one of the very few tissues in the body that does not have a direct blood supply for circulation. The only way that the disc gets the circulation of water, oxygen and nutrients for self-repair is via this specific disc pump mechanism. What happens when you decrease cir-culation in any type of tissue, whether it be animal tissue, plant tissue or human tissue? Exactly, it begins to become weak and begins to degenerate.
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
Symptoms Are NOT The Problem
Now the symptoms of pain, numbness,
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extent of your disc damage for only $70. This examination will consist of a detailed neurological evaluation, extensive orthopedic testing, and a detailed analysis of the findings of your evaluation. He will sit down with you and go over your condition with you in complete detail. You will know exactly what is causing all your pain (or other symptoms).
In your spine, when the pump mechanism of disc nutrition fails, the disc will begin to de-generate and become weak. This weakness in the disc is what produces the bulging, herniated, and degenerative discs.
The treatment that is provided at Dr. Heilman’s Spine and Neuropathy Care Center in Escondido is revolutionary and is specifically designed to artificially re-create the pump mechanism in the discs which allows the spinal discs to heal and repair. The best part of the treatment is that it uses no drugs, no injections, and no surgery. Plus it’s painless and many patients relax and fall asleep while undergoing the treatment. The amount of treatment needed to allow the discs to heal and repair varies from person to person and can only be determined after a detailed neurological and orthopedic evaluation. We do NOT accept everyone for treatment and will let you know if we can accept your case for treatment.
Dr. Stephen Heilman, DC at the Spine and Neuropathy Care Center in Escondido, CA will do a spinal disc severity examination to determine the
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Dr. Heilman will be offering this spinal disc severity examination from now until Friday, May 22nd, 2015.
Call 760-480-4480 to make an appointment to determine if your spinal discs can be treated.
NOTE: Dr. Heilman’s Spine and Neuropathy Care Center is located at 700 W. El Norte Pkwy in Escondido immediately East of Interstate 15 at the intersection of Seven Oaks.
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