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Volume 44 - No. 38

September 25, 2014

by lyle e davis

When I was but a young lad, about a hundred years ago, my dad was a route salesman/driver for Omar Bakery in Omaha, Nebraska. On his route lived a hermit. There was a dirt footpath from way back in the woods out to the roadway . . . and there was an ordinary metal pail. Inside was a note ordering how many loaves of bread the hermit wanted and the exact amount of money necessary to pay.

Dad showed me the pathway and the pail once; I never had a desire to go find the hermit or his cave. I was an adventuresom kid but this was too spooky for me. I don’t remember whether dad ever met or talked to the hermit. It’s been quite a few years and the memory dims.

Hermits have been with us down through time . . . way back to biblical times, perhaps even earlier than that.

This year there was a more modern version of the hermit and the story emerged in this month’s issue of Gentleman’s Quarterly, in a feature article written by Michael Finkel.

For nearly thirty years, a phantom haunted the woods of Central Maine. Unseen and unknown, he lived in secret, creeping into homes in the dead of night and surviving on what he could steal. To the spooked locals, he became a legend—or maybe a myth. They wondered how he could possibly be real. Until one day last year, the hermit came out of the forest.

The Pine Tree summer camp, where a few dozen cabins spread along the shoreline of North Pond in central Maine, was prime hunting grounds for our hermit. With an expert twist of a screwdriver, he popped open a door of the dining hall and slipped inside, scanning the pantry shelves with his penlight.

A sharp game warden, Sergeant Terry Hughes, decided enough was enough, It was time to catch the hermit burgler. Using modern day technology he had newly installed in the Pine Tree kitchen, hidThe Paper - 760.747.7119

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den behind the ice machine, was a military-grade motion detector. The device remained silent in the kitchen but sounded an alarm in the home of Sergeant Hughes, who lived a mile away. The alarm tripped. He raced to the camp in his pickup truck

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and sprinted to the rear of the dining hall. And there he was. The person stealing food appeared entirely too clean, his face freshly shaved. He wore eyeglasses and a wool ski hat. Was this really the North Pond Hermit, a man who'd tormented the surrounding community for years—decades—yet the

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police still hadn't learned his name?

Hughes used his cell phone, quietly, and asked the Maine State Police to alert trooper Diane Perkins-Vance, who had also been hunting the hermit. It was one thirty in the morning on April 4, 2013. Perkins-

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Vance soon arrived, and the burglar was placed, handcuffed, in a plastic chair. The officers asked his name. He refused to answer. His skin was strangely pale; his glasses, with chunky plastic frames, were extremely outdated. But he wore a nice Columbia jacket, new Lands' End blue jeans, and sturdy boots. The officers searched him, and no identification was located. When Perkins-Vance asked why he didn't want to answer any questions, he said he was ashamed. He gradually opened up. Michael Finkel: His name, he revealed, was Christopher Thomas Knight. Born on December 7, 1965. He said he had no address, no vehicle, did not file a tax return, and did not receive mail. He said he lived in the woods. "For how long?" wondered Perkins-Vance.

Knight said he was 20 years old when he enterd the forest, not long out of high school. He was now 47, a middle-aged man. Knight stated that over all those years he slept only in a tent. He never lit a fire, for fear

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There was a guy and he had a girlfriend called Lorraine. She was very pretty and he liked her a lot.

One day he went to work to find that a new girl had started working there. Her name was Clearly, and she was absolutely gorgeous.

He began to like her and after a while it became obvious that she was interested in him too. But, he was a loyal man and he wouldn't get involved with Clearly while he was still going out with Lorraine. He decided that there was nothing for him to do but to break up with Lorraine and date the new girl. He planned

that smoke would give his camp away. He moved strictly at night. He said he didn't know if his parents were alive or dead. He'd not made one phone call or driven in a car or spent any money.

He confessed that he'd committed approximately forty robberies a year while in the woods—a total of more than a thousand break-ins. But never when anyone was home. He said he stole only food and kitchenware and propane tanks and reading material and a few other items. Knight admitted that everything he possessed in the world, he'd stolen, including the clothes he was wearing, right down to his underwear. The only exception was his eyeglasses. Perkins-Vance called dispatch and learned that Knight had no criminal record. He said he grew up in a nearby community, and his senior picture was soon located in the 1984 Lawrence High School yearbook. He was wearing the same eyeglasses. For close to three decades, Knight said, he had not seen a doctor or taken any medicine. He mentioned that he had never once been sick. You had to have contact with other humans, he claimed, in order to get sick.

several times to tell Lorraine but he couldn't bring himself to do it.

One day as they were walking along the river bank, Lorraine slipped and fell in to the river. The current carried her off and she drowned.

The guy stopped for a moment by the river and then ran off smiling and singing..."I can see Clearly now Lorraine is gone..." English: The Way She is Spoke

1) The bandage was wound around the wound. 2) The farm was used to produce produce. 3) The dump was so full that it had to refuse more refuse. 4) We must polish the Polish furniture. 5) He could lead if he would get the lead out. 6) The soldier decided to desert his dessert in the desert. 7) Since there is no time like the present, he thought it was time to present the present. 8) A bass was painted on the head of the bass drum. 9) When shot at, the dove dove into the bushes. 10) I did not object to the object. 11) The insurance was invalid for the invalid. 12) There was a row among the oarsmen about how to row. 13) They were too close to the

Christopher Knight was arrested, charged with burglary and theft, and transported to the Kennebec County jail in Augusta, the state capital. For the first time in nearly 10,000 days, he slept indoors.

News of the capture stunned the citizens of North Pond. For decades, they'd felt haunted by… something. It was hard to say what. At first, in the late 1980s, there were strange occurrences. Flashlights were missing their batteries. Steaks disappeared from the fridge. New propane tanks on the grill had been replaced by old ones.

Incidents mounted, and the phantom morphed into legend. Eventually he was given a name: the North Pond Hermit.

Michael Finkel: Knight's arrest, rather than eliminating disbelief, only enhanced it. The truth was stranger than the myth. One man had actually lived in the woods of Maine for twenty-seven years, in an unheated nylon tent. Winters in Maine are long and intensely cold: a wet, windy cold, the worst kind of cold. A week of winter camping is an impressive achievement. An entire season is practically unheard of. Reporters across Maine, and soon enough across the nation and the world, attempted to

door to close it. 14) The buck does funny things when the does are present. 15) A seamstress and a sewer fell down into a sewer line. 16) To help with planting, the farmer taught his sow to sow. 17) The wind was too strong to wind the sail. 18) Upon seeing the tear in the painting I shed a tear. 19) I had to subject the subject to a series of tests. 20) How can I intimate this to my most intimate friend? Let's face it - English is a crazy language.

There is no egg in eggplant, nor ham in hamburger; neither apple nor pine in pineapple. English muffins weren't invented in England or French fries in France. Sweetmeats are candies while sweetbreads, which aren't sweet, are meat. We take English for granted. But if we explore its paradoxes, we find that quicksand can work slowly, boxing rings are square and a guinea pig is neither from Guinea nor is it a pig.

And why is it that writers write but fingers don't fing, grocers don't groce and hammers don't ham? If the plural of tooth is teeth, why isn't the plural of booth, beeth? One goose, 2 geese. So one moose, 2 meese? One index, 2 indices? Doesn't it seem crazy that you

contact him. What did he wish to tell us? What secrets had he uncovered? How had he survived? He stayed resolutely silent. Even after his arrest, the North Pond Hermit remained a complete mystery. Michael F’inkel decided to write him a letter. he wrote it by hand, pen on paper, and sent it from his home in Montana to the Kennebec County jail. He mentioned he was a journalist seeking explanations for his baffling life. A week later, a white envelope arrived in his mailbox. The return address, printed in blue ink in wobbly-looking block letters, read "Chris Knight." It was a brief note—three paragraphs; 272 words. Still, it contained some of the first statements Knight had shared with anyone in the world.

Michael Finkel: More correspondence would slowly ensue. He was suffering in jail; the noise and the filth tore at his senses. "You asked how I sleep. Little and uneasy. I am nearly always tired and nervous." In his next letter, he added, in his staccato, almost song-lyric style, that he deserved to be imprisoned. "I stole. I was a thief. I repeatedly stole over many years. I knew it was wrong. Knew it was wrong, felt

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can make amends but not one amend? If you have a bunch of odds and ends and get rid of all but one of them, what do you call it?

If teachers taught, why didn't preachers praught? If a vegetarian eats vegetables, what does a humanitarian eat? Sometimes I think all the English speakers should be committed to an asylum for the verbally insane. In what language do people recite at a play and play at a recital? Ship by truck and send cargo by ship? Have noses that run and feet that smell?

How can a slim chance and a fat chance be the same, while a wise man and a wise guy are opposites? You have to marvel at the unique lunacy of a language in which your house can burn up as it burns down, in which you fill in a form by filling it out and in which an alarm goes off by going on.

English was invented by people, not computers, and it reflects the creativity of the human race, which, of course, is not a race at all. That is why, when the stars are out, they are visible, but when the lights are out, they are invisible. PS. - Why doesn't 'Buick' rhyme with 'quick' ?

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guilty about it every time, yet continued to do it."

He wrote little about his time in the woods, but what he did reveal was harrowing. Some years, he made it clear, he barely survived the winter. He returned to the theme of sanity in a following letter. "When I came out of the woods they applied the label hermit to me. Strange idea to me. I had never thought of myself as a hermit. Then I got worried. For I knew with the label hermit comes the idea of crazy. See the ugly little joke." Even worse, he feared his time in jail would only prove correct those who doubted his sanity. "I suspect," he wrote, "more damage has been done to my sanity in jail, in months; than years, decades, in the woods." Three weeks after his final letter, Finkel flew to Maine.

A reluctant Knight came into the visitor center. After a very awkward silence, in which it became clear that Knight had not wanted a visitor and that Finkel was not welcome, he finally began to talk:

"Some people want me to be this warm and fuzzy person. All filled with friendly hermit wisdom. Just spouting off fortune-cookie lines from my hermit home."

Everything he said seemed candid and blunt, unfiltered by the safety net of social niceties. "I'm not sorry about being rude if it gets to the point quicker," he told Finkel.

Finkel learned that before he slept in the woods for a quarter century straight, Chris never once spent a night in a tent. He was raised in the community of Albion, a forty-five-minute drive east of his camp; he has four older brothers and one younger sister. His father, who died in 2001, worked in a creamery. His mother, now in her eighties, still lives in the same house where Chris grew up, a modest two-story colonial on a wooded fifty-acre plot. The family is extremely private and did not speak with Finkel.

Chris insisted that he had a fine childhood. "No complaints," he said. "I had good parents." He shared vivid stories of moose hunting with his father. "A couple of hunting trips I slept in the back of the pickup, but never alone and never in a tent." After he'd disappeared, his family apparently didn't report him missing to

the police, though they may have hired a private detective. No one uncovered a clue. Two of Chris's brothers, Joel and Tim, visited him in jail. "I didn't recognize them," Chris admitted.

"My brothers supposed I was dead," said Chris, "but never expressed this to my mom. They always wanted to give her hope. Maybe he's in Texas, they'd say. Or he's in the Rocky Mountains." Chris did not allow his mother to visit. "Look at me, I'm in my prison clothes. That's not how I was raised. I couldn't face her." He said he had excellent grades in high school, though no friends, and graduated early. Like two of his brothers, he enrolled in a nine-month electronics course at Sylvania Technical School in Waltham, Massachusetts. Then, still in Waltham, he took a job installing home and vehicle alarm systems; valuable knowledge to have once he started stealing. "I had a backpack and minimal stuff. I had no plans. I had no map. I didn't know where I was going. I just walked away."

It was late summer of 1986. He'd camp in one spot for a week or so, then hike south, following the natural geology of Maine, with its long, glaciercarved valleys. "I lost track of where I was," he said. "I didn't care." For a while, he tried foraging for food. He ate roadkill partridges. Then he began taking corn and potatoes from people's gardens.

"But I wanted more than vegetables," he said. "It took a while to overcome my scruples. I was always scared when stealing. Always." He insists he never encountered anyone during a robbery; he made sure there was no car in the driveway, no sign of anyone inside. "It was usually 1 or 2 A.M. I'd go in, hit the cabinets, the refrigerator. In and out. My heart rate was soaring. It was not a comfortable act. I took no pleasure in it, none at all, and I wanted it over as quickly as possible." A single mistake, he understood, and the outside world would snatch him back.

He roamed about for two years before he discovered the campsite he would call home. He knew at once it was ideal. "Then," he said, "I settled in." "Never once did I sleep inside," he said. He never used a shower. Or a toilet.

Michael Finkel: I trusted him. I sensed, in fact, that Chris was practically incapable of lying. I wasn't alone in this thought. Diane PerkinsVance, the state trooper present at his arrest, told me that much of her job consisted of

sorting through lies people fed her. With Chris, however, she had no doubts. "Unequivocally," she said, "I believe him." The Belgrade Lakes area, where Knight lived, is cowand-horse rural, nothing like the vast North Woods of Maine, wild and unpeopled. Knight's camp was located on private property, just a few hundred feet from the nearest cabin, in an area crisscrossed by dirt roads. When I saw Knight's woods myself, I understood how he could remain there unnoticed. The tangle of hemlock and maple and elm is very dense.

Chris had carved from the chaos a bedroom-sized clearing completely invisible from a few steps away, situated on a slight rise that allowed enough breeze to keep the mosquitoes away, but not so much as to cause severe windchill in winter. It was surrounded by a natural Stonehenge of boulders; overhead, tree branches linked to form a trellis-like canopy that masked his site from the air. This is why Chris's skin was so pale—he'd lived in perpetual shade.

He slept in a simple camping tent, which he kept covered by several layers of brown tarps. Camouflage, he felt, was essential; he didn't want to risk anything shiny catching someone's eye, so he spray-painted, in foresty colors, his garbage bins and his coolers and his cooking pot. He even painted his clothespins green. He stole toilet paper and hand sanitizer for his bathroom spot. He took laundry detergent and shampoo for his wash area. There was no fire pit, as he'd insisted. He cooked on a Coleman two-burner stove that he connected to propane tanks. He stole a tremendous number of tanks, pillaging gas grills along the thirty-mile circumference of the pond. He never returned them. He buried the tanks—possibly hundreds of them—in his dump at the camp's edge. He stole deodorant, disposable razors, flashlights, snow boots, spices, mousetraps, spray paint, and electrical tape. He took pillows off beds.

He stole radios and earphones and hid an antenna up in trees. For a while, he listened to a lot of conservative talk radio. Later he got hooked on classical music—Tchaikovsky and Brahms, yes; Bach, no. "Bach is too pristine," he said. The majority of his free time was spent reading or observing the forest. "Don't mistake me for some bird-watching PBS type," he warned, but then proceeded to poetically describe the crunch of dry leaves underfoot

("walking on corn flakes") and the rumble of an ice crack propagating across the pond ("like a bowling ball rolling down an alley"). He stole hundreds of books over the years; his preference was military history—he named William Shirer's The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich as his favorite book—but he took whatever was available. ··· Following his arrest, the court of public opinion was deeply divided. The man who wanted to live his life as invisibly as possible had become one of the most famous people in Maine.

You could not walk into a bar in the Augusta area without stumbling into a debate about what should be done with Christopher Knight.

Some said that he must immediately be released from jail. Stealing cheese and bacon are not serious crimes. The man was apparently never violent. He didn't carry a weapon. He's an introvert, not a criminal. He clearly has no desire to be a part of our world. Let's open a Kickstarter, get him enough cash for a few years' worth of groceries, and allow him to go back to the woods. Some people were willing to let him live on their land, rent-free. Others countered that it wasn't the physical items he robbed that made his crimes so disturbing—he stole hundreds of people's peace of mind. Their sense of security. How were they supposed to know Knight wasn't armed and dangerous? Even a single break-in can be punishable by a ten-year sentence. If Knight really wanted to live in the woods, he should've done so on public lands, hunting and fishing for food. He's nothing but a lazy man and a thief times a thousand. Lock him up in the state penitentiary. On October 28, 2013, Chris appeared in Kennebec County

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Carlsbad DUI/Safety Checkpoint Results

On Saturday, Sept. 20th, the Carlsbad Police Department, in partnership with the California Highway Patrol (CHP), conducted a DUI/Safety Checkpoint on Carlsbad Blvd, between Cherry St and Juniper.

Between 7:00 p.m. and 11:30 p.m., a total of 719 vehicles came through the checkpoint. Of those, 309 were directed through a primary check and 20 vehicles continued to a secondary inspection. A total of six field sobriety tests were conducted, one arrest was made, one vehicle was towed, and three citations were issued for safety related violations. Additionally, a roving CHP motor unit arrested one driver for DUI and towed one vehicle from the same area. Escondido Police Department Sobriety Enforcement Results

On Saturday, September 20th, the Escondido Police Department conducted a DUI Sobriety / Driver’s License Checkpoint in the area of 700 W. Grand Ave. Under a new state law, drivers whose ONLY offense was being

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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. 12 vehicles were released to the owner or a designated driver. During the checkpoint, 9 vehicles were impounded. Following are other results from this event: 2126 vehicles drove through the checkpoint. 851 vehicles were screened in primary. 1 FST was conducted, resulting in 1 DUI arrest 61 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) 43 total citations were issued during the checkpoint. (8 for suspended license and 32 for unlicensed driver, 7 for no insurance.) Educational material was distributed regarding DUI problems. Lake Wohlford Road Now Open

Lake Wohlford Road, which had been closed between Lake Wohlford Court and Oakvale Road due to a rockslide, is now

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LED sign advertising Jazz Tonight . . . at his favorite watering hole and Jazz venue, the Northern Spirits Jazz Club Lounge, (shown above) owned by Nattiya, owner of Nattiya’s Thai Food Restaurant, adjacent to the lounge. Located at 727 W San Marcos Blvd, #115, the restaurant and lounge is open seven days a week, all year. Their phone is 760-736-9999.

Long time pal Aubrey Stewart is a jazz afficionado.

So much so that he commissioned, at his own expense, Signorama of San Marcos, to design and manufacture an

If you’re a jazz buff, you can find the Jazz Events Calendar located at www.mynorthernspirits.com.

In the photo at left is, L to R, Nattiya, Aubrey Stewart, and Norm Murphy, the Entertainment Manager.

tive arguments they continue to write in you esteemed paper.

Looking forward to discussing the Escondido success story in the mayoral interviews. /s/Sam Abed Mayor, City of Escondido

Response from Kirk Effinger:

Letters To The Editor Lyle,

From Hizzoner

Thanks for the online edition of The Paper, my preferred version these days. It is very unfortunate that Kirk (Effinger) and Pat Mues have been constantly bashing Escondido and the council majority. The majority of your readers and the citizens clearly see a better city and an efficient government in Escondido.

One example of their bias is Kirk’s reference to only my support of Amgen tour, leaving Olga’s support out. The council majority’s record of the historic turnaround of the city financially and economically should be the substance of their content, not the superficial negaKudos to the The Escondido Charitable Foundation (ECF) who have now granted $1 million to local nonprofit organizations focused on programs that serve Escondido residents, including $187,715 this year.

Six organizations, including Del Dios Middle School, Encuentros Leadership, Zoological Society of San Diego, North Broadway School, San Elijo Lagoon Conservancy and The Kid’s College, will receive this year’s grants at a celebration on September 25.

Thirty nonprofits that make Escondido a better place to live, work, learn and play have received grants from ECF since its inception in 2006. Collectively, ECF’s 162 historical members have not only granted $1 million to nonprofits in the community, but have also made a $2 million total impact through endowment building and grantmaking. The local impact of ECF nonprofit grantees has been significant and diverse, varying from providing food to hungry seniors; science, math and technology equipment to schools; an Escondido pocket park; community gardens; field trips for Escondido fifth graders to

Sam,

My mention of your approval of Amgen was in the context of your "not a bank" comment at the forum.

The idea of giving a low-interest loan to fix up decaying facades or otherwise make derelict properties more appealing for tenants is one I would support coming from anyone. The prospective loan to the Chamber wasn’t irresponsible because of the loan, it was irresponsible because it was proposed to an enterprise that: 1) was failing due to its own mismanagement; 2) could feel compelled to support your and your allies’ candidacies as payback.

As for flip-flopping on the Country Club and Prop. H, what I wrote was that you essentially took no position,

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visit Daley Ranch; various arts and cultural opportunities; mentorship for disadvantaged youth; van transport for food distribution to the needy; and many more programs and projects funded by this group of caring residents. (Full list available at www.sdfoundation.org/ECFgrants)

“This milestone is something that our members and the entire community can celebrate as it demonstrates the power of pooled philanthropy and the impact that collective giving makes in your community,” said Jack Raymond. “Our members united after the devastating fires in this community and granted more than $100,000 in 2007 and facilitated the awards of another $300,000 to Escondido wildfire survivors this year,” he continued. ••••• Thanks to good pal, Paul Van Middlesworth, owner of The Computer Factory in San Marcos, Evelyn and I attended a show at the Old California Coffee House in Restaurant Row. We were there to listen to “Left Coast Willie,” a Willie Nelson Tribute band. “Willie” dresses and looks a lot like Willie Nelson . . . and his guitar picking rivals the real Willie Nelson. He sings Willie

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Nelson songs as well as Johnny Cash . . . and makes for an enjoyeable evenings entertainment. He appears there about once a month. We’ll likely head back next time he’s on stage. Good time. ••••• Hail and Farewell to Ted Kleiter, current Chairman of the Board with the Palomar Pomerado Health District. Ted has decided to retire from public life and, despite repeated urgings by fellow board members as well as friends to stay on the board, has opted to call it a day.

Four board seats will be up for election on November 4th. The Paper will have its endorsements for these seats as well as those for the Escondido City Council, the Mayor’s Chair, several propositions, all of which will be published in next week’s issue (Thurday,October 2nd.) ••••• Making me feel old department: Good friend Dr. Herb Lowe, one of the world’s greatest dentists, let me know that his son, Evan, just celebrated his first wedding anniversay. Evan?!

It was just yesterday that he

was about 3’ tall and sat next to me at a Hidden Valley Kiwanis Club Christmas meeting. We became instant pals and at the end of the meeting he saked if I could come over to his house and play. (I think he was five years old at the time!) I’ve followed him over the years with a great deal of affection. He went to school, became a lifeguard and, like his dad, loves to surf. He married Taylor and they now have a brand new puppy.

Kids! They grow up so fast! (And make us old-timers realize how quickly time is moving right along!)

Congratulations to Evan and Taylor on your first wedding anniversary. Keep ‘em going, kids! ••••• Evelyn has been shuttling cats to and from the vet’s office lately. We have one elderly cat who probably won’t be with us much longer. Sonny Boy is, we think, about 22. He has heart and kidney problems and pancreatitis as well. The other cat, Punkin, has some type of gut infection. Both were dehydrdated and both needed antibiotics. They’ve been hydrated every day since last Thusday. Punkin will likely make it; Sonny Boy we just want to keep comfortable.

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 direct-ly 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.

Symptoms Are NOT The Problem

Now the symptoms of pain, numbness,

and tingling that most experience with bulging, herni-ated or degenerative discs are NOT the problem. The definition of a symptom: “something that indicates the existence of something else.” It is just like the dashboard of your car telling you that something is wrong (brake lights out, engine needs checked, overheating, etc.) Those lights that appear in your car dash are NOT the problem. You can remove the lights surgically or put a piece of duct tape over the lights but the problem will NOT be fixed...the problem is still present.

Let’s take a look at a plant for example...if the leaves on a plant begin to turn brown, would you say that the

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open to traffic. Slope repair is complete. Escondido Parking Lot Murder Turns Up Three Suspects

On July 30th of this year three men were shot outside a Felicita Avenue Vons store.

Miguel Fuentes, 38, was killed, his 32-year-old brother and another man, age 28, were wounded while sitting in a car; a fourth man was not injured..

Three Escondido men have now been charged with murder and two counts of attempted murder. Hector Ortiz, 25, Omar Magadan, 21, and Erik Nieto, 20, are said by police to have gotten into an argument with the victims. One of the suspects, as yet unidentified, is said to have pulled a gun and opened fire. Nieto was arrested on Sept. 4. He was then arraigned on charges of murder, attempted murder, reckless driving, and carrying a switchblade knife. His bail was set at $1 million.

Magadan was arrested in August and booked on the murder and attempted murder charges and arraigned on Sept. 10. He is being held on $1.5 million bail. Oceanside Hit and Run Results in Five Injured

Westbound traffic on State Route 76 in Oceanside was blocked for almost two hours early Sunday following a hit and run incident where five individuals were injured.

According to witnesses, a car was making a right turn onto the freeway from Frazee Road about 2:30 a.m. when it was clipped from behind by a speeding car that kept going.

The car that was hit overturned several times and slammed into another vehicle traveling west on Route 76. Two men in the vehicle that rolled were flown to a hospital with injuries that weren't lifethreatening. Three people in the vehicle struck by the overturned car were also hurt. A witness said the suspect car, described as a white four-door, was last seen heading west on Route 76, Wayer said. Woman Testifies in Murder Trial

Ortiz was arrested later and arraigned Sept. 10 on charges of murder and attempted murder, with bail set at $2 million.

Julie Harper, 41, of Carlsbad, accused of killing her husband, a

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.

extent of your disc damage for only $27. 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).

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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 mecha-nism in the discs which allows the spinal discs to heal and re-pair. The best part of the treat-ment is that it uses no drugs, no injections, and no surgery. Plus it’s painless and many patients relax and fall asleep while un-dergoing 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

Dr. Stephen Heilman, DC

Dr. Heilman will be offering this spinal disc severity examination from now until Saturday October 11, 2014. 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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Local photographic artist Kati Cowan (see below left) will present a display of her nature and landscape photography Oct. 9 through Nov. 1, at the Escondido Arts Partnership Municipal Gallery in

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Escondido Photographic Artist to Exhibit Her Work

A new law signed by Gov. Jerry Brown will give a boost to Hollywood by tripling the tax credits to $330 million a year for film and television shows produced in California. This is an effort to ensure this industry’s good jobs stay in California.

While I supported giving the entertainment industry a tax break, why not offer breaks to all businesses and taxpayers being taxed and regulated out the state? Applying the same principle to all businesses would encourage California’s native businesses to remain in the state, and would even encourage new businesses to relocate here.

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Her exhibit will open at the Escondido Arts Partnership Municipal Gallery, 262 E. Grand Ave., Escondido, on Oct. 9 and continue through Nov. 1. Show hours will be from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, and visitors will be able to purchase copies of the images if they desire.

“Shattered Dreams,” is one of the images to be exhibited by photographic artist Kati Cowan at her “Moods & Perspectives Exhibit at the Escondido Arts Partnership Municipal Gallery, Oct. 9-Nov. 1.

Escondido. The show is called “Moods & Perspectives” and features Cowan’s unique photographic artistry that captures the unusual beauties of the natural world. Cowan has prepared some of her most dramatic images that illustrate both the subtle and the dramatic moods of nature in Escondido’s own backyard in addition to the Anza-Borrego Desert and the

Hollywood Tax Breaks: Good Enough For Thee, But Not For Me

Eastern High Sierra.

that Hollywood’s large tax credits do provide much stimulus to the overall economy, while tax breaks to other private businesses can stimulate hiring, growth, and equipment purchases. Owners of restaurants, hardware stores, dry cleaners and gas stations aren’t considered glamorous, even though they provide crucial services. They need help too.

California has the nation's highest tax rates. Lowering the tax burden across the board for families and businesses, would benefit everyone in the state.

Senator Mark Wyland represents the people of the 38th Senate District, which includes Rancho Bernardo, Carlsbad, Oceanside, San Marcos, Escondido, and Vista.

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the EAP Municipal Gallery.

The artist will be on hand to discuss her work at a reception open to the public from 2 to 4 p.m. Oct.

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DAR Chapter Met at Historic MarronHayes Adobe

Contemporary Women of North County (CWONC), affiliated with General Federation of Women’s Clubs (GFWC), is a local women’s volunteer and social club, and recently added eight new members. The club meets monthly on the 2nd Monday in San Marcos. For more information, contact Lisa at membership@cwonc.org or visit the website at www.cwonc.org. Shown are (l-r, front row) Pam Whitt, Ginny Griffin, Laura Dolloff; (back row l-r) Kathleen King, Co-Membership Chairman; Gail Ebner, Theresa Grigg, Patricia Meyers, Barbara Douglas, Madeline Condon, Lisa Pratt, CoMembership Chairman

We live in a Dangerous Region: Be Prepared

The summer is over and the fall fire season is rapidly approaching. We all had a taste of what can happen last May when a series of wildfires struck throughout San Diego County. Fires, earthquakes, floods and landslides, all occur with regularity in Southern California; it is only a matter of time until the next natural disaster strikes. Consequently, we should prepare for disasters and emergency situations of all types. Creating a family disaster plan, including where to meet, how to keep in touch, how to secure your home and what to do with pets and livestock must be planned in advance. Once an emergency hits, it’s too late. More information about disaster preparedness is available at: California Emergency Management Services: www.calema.ca.gov Federal Emergency Management Agency: www.fema.gov/ U.S. Department of

Recently the Santa Margarita Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, met at the historic Marron-Hayes Adobe in Oceanside for a meeting and tour.

Shelley Hayes Caron, owner and family historian, (above, left, with

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Homeland Security: www.ready.gov American Red Cross: www.redcross.org Center for Disease Control: www.emergency.cdc.gov Fire Safe Council: www.cafiresafecouncil.org/ Cal Fire: www.fire.ca.gov

While governments at all levels prepare for everyday emergencies, major disasters can overwhelm emergency services. For these reasons, the Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) program has been established to assist first responders and to provide training and emergency assistance in areas impacted by natural or man-made disasters. To learn more about CERT programs in your area, please visit: San Diego County: www.sandiegocounty.gov/oes/c ommunity/oes_jl_CERT.html Riverside County: rivcocert.webs.com/ The recent fires in this region have served as a wake-up call. Now is the time to plan and prepare. The safety of our loved ones may depend on actions we take today.


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Linda Ramos, right) had displays set up and spoke extensively about the Osuna, Marron and Hayes families. The adobe has been in Caron’s family for 172 years. Regent Linda Ramos presented Caron with a certificate and honorarium. The DAR is open to any female 18 years of age or older who is lineally descended from an ancestor who assisted in some way in the patriots fight for independence in the American Revolution. For further information go to http://santamargarita.califor-

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Fall Fun Festival at Alta Vista Gardens

The Sixth Annual Fall Fun Festival for Families will be on Saturday, October 11th, from 10am to 3pm, at Alta Vista Gardens. This free day of fun will include creating scarecrows, make crafts, decorate pumpkins, bob for apples, active games, music and dance, as well as a plant sale with AVG GrowGetters, Art, Craft and Healing Vendors, and for adults, Creative Healing. Food

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Kirk’s Column by Kirk Effinger

‘Chuckles’ Cont. from Page 2

You lovers of the English language might enjoy this ..

There is a two-letter word that perhaps has more meanings than any other two-letter word, and that is 'UP.'

It's easy to understand UP, meaning toward the sky or at the top of the list, but when we awaken in the morning, why do we wake UP? At a meeting, why does a topic come UP? Why do we speak UP and why are the officers UP for election and why is it UP to the secretary to write UP a report? We call UP our friends. And we use it to brighten UP a room, polish UP the silver; we warm UP the leftovers and clean UP the kitchen. We lock UP the house and some guys fix UP the old car. At other times the little word has real special meaning.

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ing wage for city contracts. The first half of that premise has merit but, the prevailing wage issue has been decided in the courts and it seems curious to extol a virtue that is at the very least a crapshoot to ever come to fruition.

People stir UP trouble, line UP for tickets, work UP an appetite, and think UP excuses. To be dressed is one thing, but to be dressed UP is special. A drain must be opened UP because it is stopped UP. We open UP a store in the morning but we close it UP at night. We seem to be pretty mixed UP

Historically Speaking by Tom Morrow

More impressions from the Escondido Chamber of Commerce Mayoral Forum

Since space is limited and the topic bears more detail than a single 500-word column, this is another installment of my impressions from the forum held a few weeks back:

When asked whether they supported proposed city charter on the November ballot, the answers from Mayor Abed and Deputy Mayor Diaz were predictable.

Abed supports, of course, saying it was an opportunity for home rule and that it would save taxpayers money by eliminating the need to pay prevail-

I admit to being somewhat mystified by the whole charter question and the vague reasons Abed and others give for its necessity, at least in its current form. His answers did nothing to alter the perception that the people behind the effort just basically threw something against the wall in hopes it would stick. One area I have been acutely interested in is the candidates’

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To be knowledgeable about the proper uses of UP, look the word UP in the dictionary.

In a desk-sized dictionary, it takes UP almost 1/4th of the page and can add UP to about thirty definitions. If you are UP to it, you might try building UP a list of the many ways UP is used. It will take UP a lot of your time, but if you don't give UP, you may wind UP with a hundred or more. When it threatens to rain, we say it is clouding UP. When the sun comes out we say it is clearing UP. When it rains, it wets the earth and often messes things UP. When it doesn't rain for awhile, things dry UP.

One could go on and on, but I'll wrap it UP, for now my time is UP, so.......it is time to shut UP! Flour and Water

How come when you mix water and flour together you get glue?.. and then you add eggs and sugar... and you get cake? Where did the glue go?

See you next week with more Chuckles! came to California during the Gold Rush years. He became a millionaire merchant and the chief investor of the western section of the nation’s first transcontinental railroad.

Stanford was one of the four major investors in the Central Pacific Railroad, of which he was president. His partners, who also became California business tycoons, were: Charles Crocker (Crocker National Bank), Mark Hopkins (San Francisco’s Mark Hopkins Hotel), and Collis P. Huntington, (San Marino’s Huntington Library and Botanical Gardens, cities of Huntington Beach and Huntington Park).

Diaz, as has been clear from the outset, does not support the proposition, citing among other things, the lack of citizen input in its drafting, the uncertainty of allowing the city council to determine its elections policy, and the lack of a requirement to balance the city’s budget. Mr. Siaw, once again going against the preconceptions in the minds of many, more or less sided with Diaz by saying he opposed the charter because it was not well thought out.

about UP!

Harvard University Didn’t Want Their Money

During a meeting with officials of Harvard College in Cambridge, Mass., they were a relativelyunknown couple from California. They were offering several million dollars to Harvard if the college would name a facility or library after their deceased teenaged son, but Harvard turned them down. Somewhat disappointed, they returned to California and later started their own university – Stanford. Born March 9, 1824, Leland Stanford rose to become a powerful American tycoon, industrialist, and politician. In 1851, he was a country attorney when he

Beginning in 1861, Stanford served a two-year term as Governor of California and later eight years as U.S. Senator. He had tremendous power and a lasting impact on California, but his detractors considered him a robber baron.

On May 10, 1869, as head of the railroad that built the western portion of the “first transcontinental railroad" over the High Sierra mountains of California, Stanford presided at the ceremonial driving of "Last (golden) Spike" at Promontory, Utah. The Central Pacific met the Union Pacific Railroad, which had been constructed west from its west-

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approach to economic development in the city.

Diaz focused on infrastructure—principally water and storm water development—as important areas to develop in order to attract industry. She cheered the new $23 million Health and Human Services facility that is redeveloping a blighted part of Mission as a boost to the economy. She also suggested the city use all tools available to make it attractive to potential employers by making Escondido a “pretty, friendly, fun city,” but with no details.

Mayor Abed touted the city’s Economic Development Department without giving specifics on goals or achievements, and once again raised the possibility of a tech giant locating here, saying the city was on a “short list” that only included a location in Texas as competition. He asserted as well that downtown is “thriving.” I certainly don’t wish to throw cold water on the possibility of luring a large employer here but, I have serious doubts that this city—in California, no less-- that professes to have little budgetary breathing room, can offer any business the type of incentives to locate here Texas has developed a reputation for handing out.

I’ll leave his thriving downtown observation for you to decide. Stephen Siaw, meanwhile, asserted Escondido is a “great place” and, repeating the predominant theme of his political philosophy, said the key is to just get out of the way of small business.

UT interviews with Mayor Abed and Deputy Mayor Diaz

The UT published two articles last week, each based upon an hour long interview at the UT in August. Mayor Abed’s is titled Regional economic growth, prosperity are key goals while the one on Deputy Mayor Diaz is titled Lack of representation spurred Diaz to politics. From these divergent headlines, we get two very different articles, with only one question — variations on Why should you be mayor? — being the same for both candidates, I have read through the articles repeatedly and have to admit I find them strange.

Here is the edited transcript of the interview… but they still leave me shaking my head. If you’ve read this blog, you know I sometimes provide transcripts and I try my best to keep them accurate. When I need to edit I try my best to punctuate properly, adding brackets for words that are [not stated], ellipsis for words that are left out of a quote and of courts [sic] to show the person being quoted used a wrong word like I just used “courts” above when I meant “course.” I’ve also done many interviews and these seem much too compact, much too planned sentence for sentence as if they were being read. I would have loved to have seen more of the give and take, back and forth between the interviewer and the candidates, as well as more follow-ups. And I certainly wonder about all the things that were said but not included. There is really nothing new in either of these interviews that hasn’t been said in one way or another at events, City Council meetings and other interviews.

The only thing that stood out for me was the Mayor’s willingness, as he did at the Mayoral Forum, to rag on Escondido for having poor people. The political correctness has put this city back probably 15 to 20 years. Now we have more low-income housing than North County cities combined. We have more illegal immigrants than North County cities combined. We have more social services than North County cities combined. Nothing against any of these issues in particular, none is a killer issue. But if you combine all of them, it will (make) the city the poorest in North County. Now if someone else had been Mayor for the last four years, I could understand making an attack based upon the fact that we have poor people living in our city, especially if it had been a liberal administration that the Mayor disagreed with. But the Mayor has had a conservative, pretty-much-unstoppable City Council majority for four years (along with six years as part of a conservative Council majority that launched frequent attacks) and his particular kind of war on poverty — starting with the poor people themselves — hasn’t really worked. There are many ways to run a campaign. I wish the Mayor would take a more positive approach, one that doesn’t need the City to look bad for him to look good.

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will be for sale courtesy of Amigos de Vista Lions. The Gardens are located at the top

Mr.Brengle Cool, ofSung the Jae hillJung, inside and mom, (Judy Lee) Terrace Park in Vista. Meetings/Events Calendar

Charitable Foundation to Hold Grant Celebration Event Tonight, Thursday, September 25th – The celebration tonight will be held from 5:30-7:30pm at the Orfila Vineyard & Winery, 13455 San Pasqual Road, Escondido. The special guest speaker will be Alejandro Orfila, and entertainment will be by Too Much Fun. Escondido Charitable Foundation announced that to date it has granted $1 million to local nonprofit organizations focused on programs that serve Escondido residents, including $187,715 this year. Six organizations, including Del Dios Middle School, Encuentros Leadership, Zoological Society of San Diego, North Broadway School, San Elijo

Lagoon Conservancy, and The Kid’s College, will receive this year’s grants at the celebration tonight.

Thirty nonprofits that make Escondido a better place to live, work, learn, and play have received grants from ECF since its inception in 2006. Collectively, ECF’s 162 historical members have not only granted $1 million to nonprofits in the community, but have also made a $2 million total impact through endowment building and grant making. “This milestone is something that our members and the entire community can celebrate as it demonstrates the power of pooled philanthropy and the impact that collective giving makes in your community,” proclaimed Jack Raymond. “Our members united after the devastating fires in this community and granted more than $100,000 in 2007 and facilitated the awards of another $300,000 to Escondido wildfire survivors this year,” he continued. For more information about ECF visit www.sdfoundation.org/ECF or contact Trudy Armstrong at trudy@sdfoundation.org or 619.764.8602. To see a full list of ECF nonprofit grantees, visit www.sdfoundation.org/ECFgrants.

Escondido Genealogical Society to Meet on Saturday - Saturday, September 27, at 10:15am, the Escondido Genealogical Society will meet in the Turrentine Room of the Escondido Public Library, 239 S. Kalmia St., Escondido. The program will be a "Show and Tell." Members will present antique items they have and tell what they know about them. The meeting is free and open to the public.

Reminder of the “Recycled Materials Runway Event” on

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Saturday, September 27th, from 6 to 9pm at the Moonlight Veranda Party at Vintana, 1205 Auto Parkway, Escondido. Reservations at www.escondidoarts.org. Suggested donation is $35. VIP cabana seat includes dinner/dessert/wine/reserved seating for $200. In addition, there will be some great live and silent auction items. This event is sponsored by the Escondido Arts Partnership Municipal Gallery at 262 E. Grand Avenue, Escondido. Jump Start for Health at the Sunset 5K Run/Walk on Saturday – The San Diego Medical Society Foundation (SDCMSF) invites you to run, walk or stroll along the Solana Beach coastline at low tide and sunset on Saturday, September 27th to support Jump Start for Health, a new initiative to prevent diabetes in San Diego County. The Sunset 5K Run/Walk to support diabetes prevention is sponsored by Art of Skin MD. Registration and a Wellness Expo, showcasing local companies that specialize in healthy living, begins at 4pm in Fletcher Cove, Solana Beach. The 5K Run/Walk kicks off at 5pm followed by live music from the band, “WHIP.” The top three male and female finishers will receive awards and all participants are eligible for other prizes. The fee is $45 and day of is $49. Register online at www.SB5K.org and for more information, call 858.300.2777. San Diego County officials will be on hand to deliver proclamations. Chief Medical Officer of San Diego County, Dr. Nick Yphantides and Dr. Wilma Wooten, Chief Public Health Officer for the Health and Human Services Agency, have formed a team of 20 and will be running/walking to support the cause. Jump Start for Health was

created in response to the increase of patients treated by SDCMSF’s volunteer physicians program, Project Access San Diego which provides healthcare services for low-income, uninsured adults, many of whom are suffering from complications of diabetes and heart disease. Jump Start for Health is a pilot program designed to improve community health and prevent diabetes in uninsured, at-risk adults who seek treatment at area emergency departments.

First United Methodist Church to Host Candidates Forum – On Tuesday, September 30th the First United Methodist Church of Escondido will be hosting a Candidates Forum. The community is invited to attend to hear the candidates for Mayor. In addition there will be representatives to speak about Proposition E, G & H. Audience members will have an opportunity to ask the candidates questions. The forum begins at 6:30pm, beginning with the candidates for Mayor followed by Propositions. Also several candidates for local City Council District races and school board races will be in attendance. There will be an opportunity to meet them at the break. The church is located at 341 S. Kalmia Street, Escondido. Everyone is welcome. Candidates will be allowed to bring campaign literature that will be displayed outside of the forum. However, campaign literature, buttons and other campaign materials will not be allowed inside the forum. For more information, call 760.745.5100. Orchid Society to Meet – The Palomar Orchid Society will welcome back Dr. Paul Tuskes on Wednesday, October 1st at 6:30pm, at the Lake Pavilion, 1105 La Bonita Dr., San Marcos. Paul’s presentation will be on “Unique Outdoor Growing

Orchids” and his emphasis will be on growing information for the hobbiest with a focus on the culture for outdoor growing orchids. He has been growing orchids for 30 years; is an AOS orchid judge, and initial member of the San Diego County Orchid Society Conservation effort which received a Conservation Achievement award from the American Orchid Society. Visitors are always welcome. For more info, visit www.palomarorchid.org.

Rancho Bernardo Woman’s Club Invites You to Join Them – All women in Rancho Bernardo and surrounding communities are invited to join them for the October luncheon on Thursday, October 2, at the Rancho Bernardo Inn, 1755 Bernardo Oaks Drive. Social time is 11:30am with

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ern terminus at Council Bluffs, Iowa, and Omaha, Neb.

The Stanfords owned a palatial Sacramento mansion where their only son, Leland Stanford Jr., was born; their home on San Francisco's Nob Hill was destroyed in the 1906 earthquake; today that home site is occupied by the Stanford Court Hotel. Stanford became a leading member of the Republican Party and was chosen as a delegate which selected U.S. presidential candidates in both 1856 (John C. Fremont) and 1860 (Abraham Lincoln). He was the first Republican Governor of California, serving two years from 1862 to 1863.

During his gubernatorial tenure, Stanford cut the state's debt in half, and advocated for the conservation of forests. He also oversaw the establishment of the California's first state normal (teacher’s) school in San José, later to become San José State University. During Stanford's governorship, the term of office changed from two years to four years, taking effect in 1864, after he left office. Stanford University was founded as a memorial to Leland Stanford, Jr., who died in 1884, of typhoid fever while on a family vacation in Italy. The Stanfords donated approximately $40 million (over $1 billion in 2014 dollars) to develop the university in Palo Alto. Stanford University’s first student was Herbert Hoover, who would later become President of the United States.

Stanford died of heart failure at his home in Palo Alto, on June 21, 1893. He was buried in the family mausoleum on the Stanford campus. Jane Stanford died in 1905, in a suspected murder while vacationing in Honolulu. She had been poisoned with strychnine. The killerwas never found, although it was suspected a member of her household probably was the culprit.

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Superior Court and pleaded guilty to thirteen counts of burglary and theft. He was sentenced to seven months in jail—he'd already served all but a week of this, waiting for his case to be resolved. The sentence was far more lenient than it could have been, though even the prosecutor said a long prison term seemed cruel in this case. Chris was ordered to meet with a judge every Monday, and avoid alcohol, and either find a job or go to school. If he violated these terms, he could be sent to prison for seven years. Chris said he'd be returning home, to live with his mother. His beard was unruly—"my crazy hermit beard," he called it. He was alarmingly skinny; he itched all over. We still didn't make much eye contact.

He wished he could return to his camp—"I miss the woods"— but he knew by the rules of his release that this was impossible. "Sitting here in jail, I don't like what I see in the society I'm about to enter. I don't think I'm going to fit in. It's too loud. Too colorful. The lack of aesthetics. The crudeness. The inanities. The trivia." I told him I agreed with much of his assessment. But, I wondered, what about your world? What insights did you glean from your time alone? I had been trying to ask him these questions every visit, but now I pushed the point harder.

"What I miss most," he eventually continued, "is somewhere between quiet and solitude. What I miss most is stillness." He said he'd watched for years as a shelf mushroom grew on the trunk of a Douglas fir in his camp. I'd noticed the mushroom when I visited—it was enormous—and he asked me with evident concern if anyone had knocked it down. I assured him it was still there. In the height of summer, he said, he'd sometimes sneak down to the lake at night. "I'd stretch out in the water, float on my back, and look at the stars." He was never happy in his youth—not in high school, not with a job, not being around other people. Then he discovered his camp in the woods. "I found a place where I was content," he said. His own perfect spot. The only place in the world he felt at peace.

That was all he had to tell me. He'd grown weary of my visits. Please,: he begged, “leave me alone; we are not friends. I don't want to be your friend,: he said, “I don't want to be any-

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“Xoco” is the pet of the week at your Rancho Coastal Humane Society. He’s a 3 month old, 3 pound, Domestic Short Haired kitten.

The $125 adoption fee for Xoco includes medical exam, vaccinations, neuter, and microchip. Find your best friend at Rancho Coastal Humane Society at 389 Requeza Street in Encinitas or log on to SDpets.org. Call 760-7536413 for more information. Kennels and Cattery open 11 AM to 5 PM Wednesday through Monday.

Louis, a 4-year-old Domestic Medium Hair cross, is a sweet, affectionate boy looking for the endless love from a forever home. He loves getting pet and enjoys being on your lap. Ready to play? He would love to bat around a feather toy and make you laugh with his silly personality. If you’re looking for a really nice kitty to add to your family – Louis is the perfect companion for you! Louis is available for adoption at the San Diego Humane Society’s Escondido Campus, 3450 E. Valley Parkway, Escondido. To learn more about him call the adoptions desk at (760) 888-2247.

Pastor Tom Fry, Retired Church of the Nazarene

eventually became the most powerful man in Egypt after the Pharaoh, partly because of his gift on interpreting dreams. In God’s plan, Joseph found himself in a place to save his brothers’ lives when famine came and the Egyptians, prompted by Joseph’s interpretation of Pharaoh’s dreams, conserved food during the good years to survive the famine. The brothers went to Egypt to buy food, not knowing that the man they asked was their brother. Joseph played with them a bit. Forced their hand in different ways, before he finally revealed himself and reconciled with his family.

Xoco has never had a home or family. Right now he needs to be adopted. The sooner he settles in to his new home…the better. Xoco was transferred to Rancho Coastal Human Society through the FOCAS program.

The Pastor Says . . .

Do you remember the story of Joseph, one of the early heroes of the Old Testament? Joseph was the second youngest of twelve sons of Jacob. He was also Jacob’s favorite and all his brothers knew it. Partly because Joseph reminded them often.

The ten older brothers got tired of it and conspired to kill Joseph. A couple of the brothers had second thoughts and, instead, persuaded the others to sell Joseph into slavery. Still, they let their father believe he was dead. Joseph kept his faith in God, and

Near the end of the story Joseph says, “You intended to harm me, but God intended it for good.” That’s easy to say at the end of the story, but hard to remember in the middle of the story. And most of life, for Joseph and for us, is lived in the middle of the story. Notice that Joseph made the statement. I don’t imagine he would have liked someone to come up to him while he was imprisoned and say, “Remember, God intends this for good.” So how do we get through the middle of the story in our lives? Just like Joseph did. Keep faith in God. Trust him.


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Escondido • Mayor Sam Abed Queen Califia’s Magical Circle To Reopen

After months of repairs, Q u e e n Califia’s Magical Circle in Kit Carson Park will reopen to the public on Saturday, October 11, 2014. The repairs involved excavating, refabricating, replacing and re-grouting many mirror, black and white tiles in the sculpture garden entry. Complete restoration of the exhibit is estimated to take an additional 12 months. But in the meantime, the public can once again enjoy the exhibit which will be open for docent tours and for individual/group visits by appointment only. To schedule a tour,

please contact Kristina Owens, Associate Planner, at (760) 8394519 at least two weeks prior to the requested tour date Queen Califia's Magical Circle is the only American sculpture garden and the last major international project created by Niki de Saint Phalle before her death in May 2002.Its beautiful architectural sculptures are provocative, amusing, powerful and spirited. The images reflect the legendary, mythological and historical aspects of California. They invite you to enter the circle through the maze, and to explore and touch the rich diversity of colors, textures and shapes. For more information, please visit the City’s website at www.escondido.org

Vista • Mayor Judy Ritter Improving Our Roads

The City of Vista’s goal is to provide the wellbest maintained streets for motorists. Both the Public Works and Engineering departments closely monitor the conditions of the streets and collaborate on an annual repair and resurfacing program. Over the years, the combination of heavy traffic, water (through cracks) and the aging of the asphalt contributes to the damage to the road. The City can resurface (slurry seal), overlay, or reconstruct the road completely to improve the condition of the road. Slurry seal is a protective layer that helps keep the pavement from oxidizing, weathering and cracking. It is a cost effective way to pro-

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one's friend. I'm not going to miss you at all," he added. "Good-bye, Chris," I said.

A guard had appeared to escort him away, but there was time for Chris to express a last thought. He did not. He hung up the phone. No wave; no nod. He stood, turned his back on me, and walked out of the visitors' booth and down a corridor of the jail.

Journalist Michael Finkel

long the life of streets for about five to six years. Overlaying work requires removing 2 inches at the edges of the roadway and placing two inches over the whole road. Reconstruction is more involved and used when the road cannot be maintained by a slurry seal. Crews grind off the top layer of the old street surface and place a fresh surface of asphalt which provides an expected life of about 12-15 years to the road. Reconstructive work has already been completed or will begin soon on the following streets and all by completed be should November, 2014.

Shadowridge Drive • Sunset Drive • Civic Center Drive • Alta Vista Drive (portions) • Taylor Street • Olive Avenue (portions) • Live Oak Road (portions) • Several streets that tie into • Goodwin Drive (by Vista High)

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Carlsbad High School teacher, while their young children were in another room described her long-deteriorating marriage to a jury Monday.

She claimed her husband Jason often screamed and yelled at her, berated her, ridiculed her weight, called her names and eventually cut off her access to their joint checking account — instead giving her a monthly allowance of $260. The 39-year-old math teacher was shot to death on their bedroom floor Aug 7, 2012.

Harper told the jurors her story during three hours on the stand at the Vista courthouse. She is charged with murder and the use of a gun, and faces up to 50 years to life in prison if convicted.

There are three children in the

San Marcos • Mayor Jim Desmond New parking rules come to San Marcos

Beginning in August, streets in the Barham/Discovery Industrial Park just north of Cal State San Marcos will be subject to new parking rules to improve parking space availability in the area and allow for regular street sweeping.

Parking along Industrial Street, East Carmel Street, Trade Street, La Moree Road, Venture Street, Hill Drive, Distribution Street, Production Street and Enterprise Street will be limited to two hours, effective 24 hours a day, seven days

per week. Additionally, no parking will be permitted Mondays between the hours of 7 and 10 am to accommodate street sweeping.

Creating no parking for street sweeping will help reduce the amount of litter that is washed down the storm drain and into our oceans. By also having the 2hour parking, more street spaces will be open for people looking to visit businesses in the area. For more information, please contact Housing and Neighborhood Service Director Karl Schwarm at kschwarm@san-marcos.net or (760) 744-1050, ext. 3108.

Oceanside • Mayor Jim Wood Oceanside Music Fest

On October 11th thru 26th, the Oceanside Cultural Arts Foundation (OCAF) in conjunction with the Oceanside Music Festival (OMFest) Committee present Oceanside Music Fest, a series of concerts with a variety of music genres showcasing both student and professional musicians from throughout Southern California. The series opens with a “Bond, Just Bond” reception and OCAF Scholarship Gala from 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm Saturday, October 11th, at Oceanside Museum of Art, 704 Pier View Way, Oceanside, 92054. Attendees will be treated to a Casino Royale cocktail hour with an assortment of gourmet foods and wines

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lunch at 12noon, followed by the program. Entertainment will be Joe Rathburn. Cost is $26, all inclusive. If interested in attending one of the luncheons or becoming a member, contact Jan Bakan at 858.487.6942 or Diana Shatz at 858.484.8958.

Tom Morrow to Speak at Women’s Club Meeting – When the Women's Club of Oceanside holds their monthly meeting on Thursday, October 2nd at their clubhouse, 1606 Missouri St., Oceanside, the guest speaker will be Tom Morrow who writes the “Historically Speaking” column for The Paper. Tom is past director of the Oceanside Society Orchestra and an author of several books. He will be discussing his newest novel, “Haunted Bones.” The novel concerns murder on the beach and is set in Oceanside. He will provide signed copies at a special price for the members. Coffee and chat is at 9:30am with the business meeting at 10am. A potluck lunch will follow the program. Cost for lunch is $5. The Women's Club of Oceanside is involved in many projects that benefit the community including award-

from local establishments, as well as music, music and more music! Guests are encouraged to dress as their favorite Bond or Bond girl and prizes will be presented for the best and most creative costumes. Other events include “Global Spirit”, a musical event with liturgical dancers and choral groups at St. Mary Star of the Sea Church, “Give Me That Old Time Religion,” a concert at the historic 1st Christian Church in Oceanside featuring Through the Storm Gospel Chorus and Calvary Christian Youth Chorus and concludes with “Succulent Jazz” at the Apotheque Spa. For tickets, locations and a complete list of event days and times, please go to http://www.ocaf.info/ and click on Oceanside Music Fest.

ing scholarships to students and helping a variety of organizations that support young people in Oceanside. New members are always welcome. For more information on the meetings or joining the Club, call Lorraine at 760.639.5387. ABWA Local Chapter to Meet – The Soaring Eagles Chapter of American Business Women’s Association will meet on Thursday, October 2, from 6pm to 8:30pm, at The Old Spaghetti Factory, 111 N. Twin Oaks Valley Road, San Marcos. The program will be “Does Your Thinking Limit Your Success?” by guest speaker Heather Pich from Productive Learning. Networking starts at 6pm, with dinner at 6:30, and the speaker at 7:15pm. Cost is $23/person. For more info, visit the website at www.abwa-soaringeagles.org. For reservations, call Sue Puffet at 760.822.2242 or abwamembership@gmail.com. Spaghetti Factory BOOK SALE at Seven Oaks Community Center – We’ve got it

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The Paper • Page 12 • September 25, 2014 ing to pay for it.

Paul & Nome Van Middlesworth, The Computer Factory

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The Computer Store That Wouldn’t Die - Conclusion

Previously we covered 1995 through 2005 in the life of The Computer Factory. The years after 2005 brought many changes in the PC industry and most of them worked in our favor.

The PC industry is divided into two very different major segments, corporate and retail. Dell and HP are the biggest players in both segments but there is a huge difference in the products and services they offer. While neither company actually designs and manufactures the PCs that bear their logos, both companies provide higher quality products and dramatically better service to their corporate customers. The reason is simple. Corporations understand the importance of quality and service and are will-

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all! Hard and soft back, fiction and non-fiction, movies and puzzles. All organized for easy shopping and priced to sell – most $1 or less. Seven Oaks Community Center, 16789 Bernardo Oaks Dr., Rancho Bernardo. Friday, October 3rd from 9am-5pm, and Saturday, October 4th from 9am-3pm. Adults and over are welcome. Funds raised at this event goes toward the purchase of books throughout the next year. This Center serves the residents of this senior community with books of all types, including many large print titles for those challenged to read regular print. There is an excellent selection of movies, puzzles, and audio books.

You’re Invited to a Beta Sigma Phi Rush Social – Come join in for a fun time at the Beta Sigma Phi RUSH Social on Saturday, October 4, at 10am at Coco’s, 605 W. Vista Way, Vista. Beta Sigma Phi is an international women’s organization that was started in 1931 by Walter W. Ross …now it is the best in “friendship connections” and has spread from a small town in Kansas City to all over the world. Learning is just a small part of all that it is! Visit their website at http://www.betasigmaphi.org. “Sisters” in Friendship is what we are all about and we invite you to join us so we can share with you what this wonderful organization…”BSP” is all about. Contact Elaine Shute at balloones@msn.com, or 760.536.9537 by Monday September 29th… so we know how many to plan for.

San Marcos Hikers to Explore San Elijo Area - The City of San Marcos Community Services will sponsor a Discover San Marcos hike to the San Elijo area on Saturday, October 4. This free, 4-mile hike will

In retail PC sales the emphasis is on price. The great majority of retail PC buyers have no concept of reliability, quality, performance or value. They buy what the salesman sells them, what they’ve seen on TV or whatever is cheapest. Manufacturers are constantly looking for ways to cut corners. Margins are thin and Dell and HP make most of their retail profits by selling ads on their retail PCs. When you turn on your new retail PC you find it stuffed with “bloatware” (Pop-ups, trial programs, banner ads and links). When you need some technical help you will find your call routed to Mumbai, Manilla, Bangalor or some other city in a low-rent country. Corporations would not stand for advertising on their workstations nor would they accept offshore technical service. But for retail customers, it's good enough.

local service. While Dell and HP need a double digit share of computer sales to stay profitable, if The Computer Factory had 1% of the business within 15 miles of our shop, we would need to expand. Another trend that favors our business is that while the big guys keep making their PC cheaper and their notebooks flimsier, we get to repair them.

Microsoft has also been a major contributor to our success. Every time they release a new operating system they ban the sale of its old one (only in retail, never in corporate). When the newest operating system is unpopular like ME, Vista, and Windows 8/8.1, it creates a wonderful opportunity for independents like The Computer Factory. Dell, HP and many Big

Box stores have contractual relationships with Microsoft that require them to obey Microsoft’s commands, we don’t. So while Best Buy, Staples, Office Depot etc watch the dust gather on the Windows 8 PCs they can’t sell, we are busy selling Win 7 notebooks, building Win 7 desktops, upgrading XP and Vista PCs to Windows 7 and downgrading Windows 8/8.1 to Windows 7 for those poor souls who found out too late that they didn’t like Windows 8/8.1. In summary it has been almost 20 years since we opened The Computer Factory. Our customers taught us early on that the best way to run a business is to focus on giving them what they want. It still works for us and there’s no end in sight.

Since there are no major PC makers who build quality products and provide good customer service for retail buyers, the great majority of retail customers simply accept the inevitable and continue to buy Dells and HPs.

Some home users have found that there is an alternative to “retail” PCs and small to medium size business who don’t fit the “corporate” profile have also discovered the middle ground between corporate and retail PCs Independent builders like The Computer Factory can provide PCs with higher quality and reliability with

explore the hills and canyons north and west of San Elijo Park, including Sunset, Canyon, Old Creek Ranch, and Copper Creek trails. There will be elevation changes of 300 feet. A more challenging 8-mile hike will ascend to the Ridgeline Trail and adjacent trails. Hikers will meet at the parking lot of San Elijo Park Recreation Center, 1105 Elfin Forest Road, near the corner of Elfin Forest Road and San Elijo Road (33 05.998N, 117 12.125W). Registration begins at 8:30am; the hike will start at 9am. An adult must accompany all minors. Sturdy walking shoes are recommended; bring water and trail snacks. Dogs must be on a 6-foot leash. For information of hikes or the City’s trails, visit www.sanmarcos.net or call 744-9000, Ext. 3535.

Honor Flight’s Arrival in San Diego on Sunday, October 5th – Honor Flight San Diego’s Tour of Honor for WW II veterans to visit their memorial in Washington, DC, will be on October 3-5. If you would like to welcome them back to San Diego, the arrival information is 2pm on Sunday, October 5th, at far west end of Terminal 2, Baggage Claim 78. The most convenient parking is in the western most parking lot just past Terminal 2, making access from Harbor Drive by turning north on McCain Road, and is across from Baggage Claim Area 7-8. See you there! Escondido Woman’s Club to Meet on Monday, October 6th – When the Escondido Woman’s Club holds their monthly meeting on Monday, October 6th, the program for the day will be Anabele Cornejo and Maureen Anderson from the U.S. Forestry Service in Rancho Bernardo who will

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LEGALS

REPORT OF COUNCILMEMBERS AND COMMISSIONERS SALARIES/EXPENSES FISCAL YEAR 2013/2014 In accordance with City Municipal Code 2.08.050(h), the following information is provided: CITY COUNCIL

Mayor: James Desmond Salary Auto Allow. Benefits Travel/Attendance at Functions Other Agencies Board Compensation Other Agencies Board Expenses TOTAL

Councilmember: Christopher Orlando Salary Auto Allow. Benefits Travel/Attendance at Functions Other Agencies Board Compensation Other Agencies Board Expenses TOTAL Councilmember: Rebecca Jones Salary Auto Allow. Benefits Travel/Attendance at Functions Other Agencies Board Compensation Other Agencies Board Expenses TOTAL

Councilmember: Kristal Kritzer-Jabara Salary Auto Allow. Benefits Travel/Attendance at Functions Other Agencies Board Compensation Other Agencies Board Expenses TOTAL Councilmember: Sharon Jenkins Salary Auto Allow. Benefits Travel/Attendance at Functions Other Agencies Board Compensation Other Agencies Board Expenses TOTAL

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talk about the “Pennies for Pines” program. This is a project where donations are given to the Cleveland National Forest to purchase new trees to replenish those that have burned or died out; a project that the Woman’s Club has supported for many years. The meeting starts at 10:30am at the EWC clubhouse at 751 No. Rose (corner Mission Ave.), Escondido, with the program at 11:30am. Lunch for the day will be a favorite – Special Soup Day -- where members make some of their favorite soups. Cost is $12/person. To learn more about the forest service, call 760.743.0246 for reservations, no later than September 26th.

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which can only be seen as political cowardice. “Let the voters decide” sounds really good, until you look back at the vote you and the council took to not let the voters decide when declaring the property open space. I am not letting Olga off the hook regarding her vote in favor of that measure. I think she was wrong to vote for it, and I’ve told her so. But, now that there is a clear compromise option…whether the residents want to see it that way or not…she has seen fit to support it.

As for my “bias,” I am an opinion columnist. By definition, this means I have a bias. What you apparently ignore are the times I have defended you and commented favorably on things I have thought were done right by you and your colleagues. If you think I should blindly rubberstamp everything you say or do…or Olga does…or anyone else, you will be disappointed. That is not my role, and it’s not how I’m built.

You should also know I still have not made a decision on whom I will vote for in the upcoming election. I realize that through your lens you feel I have been unfair to you. That is your opinion. /s/Kirk Effinger Escondido, CA.

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Peter J. Van Aalst, 60, of San Diego, CA., passed away on September 14, 2014.

Jarmila Caslava, 92, of San Marcos, Ca., passed away on September 22nd, 2014.

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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2014-023595 The name of the business: San Diego Premier Public Speaking, located at 2049 Dawn View Glen, Escondido, Ca. 92026, is hereby registered by the following: Brian Friesen 2049 Dawn View Glen Escondido, Ca. 92026 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was 9/1/2014. /s/ Brian Friesen This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 9/03/2014 9/11, 9/18, 9/25 and 10/02/2014 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2014-021750 The name of the business: UEI College, located at 2085 Montiel Rd., Ste 101, San Marcos, Ca. 92069, is hereby registered by the following: Lockwood & Holmes, Inc. 16485 Laguna Canyon Rd. Suite 300 Irvine, Ca. 92618 This business is conducted by a corporation. First day of business was 3/02/2010. Lars Vaaler, CFO This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 8/13/2014 9/4, 9/11, 9/18 & 9/25/2014 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2014-023278 The name of the business: Sammy & Luis Painting, Sammy & Luis Service Co., located at 301 W. Vermont Ave #424, Escondido, Ca. 92025, is hereby registered by the following: G & Z Construction Services, In. 301 W. Vermont Ave #424 Escondido, Ca. 92025 This business is conducted by a corporation. First day of business was 07/18/14. /s/Luis Garcia, Vice President This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 8/28/2014 9/04, 9/11, 9/18 & 9/25/14 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2014-023070 The name of the business: PepperTree Montessori School, PinkTower Montessori School, located at 203 Laurine Ln., Fallbrook, Ca. 92028, is hereby registered by the following: Vipula Rajapakse and Chandani Jayasinghe 3159 Avenida Olmeda Carlsbad, Ca. 92009 Sisira Jayasinghe 3305 Bonham Ave. Temple, Tx. 76502 This business is conducted by co-partners. First day of business was n/a. /s/Vipula Rajapakse, Owner This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 8/27/2014 9/04, 9/11, 9/18 & 9/25/14 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2014-023471 The name of the business: Studio Hair Nails, located at 1057 S. Escondido Blvd., Escondido, Ca. 92025, is hereby registered by the following: Trang Truong 2315 Amber Lane Escondido, Ca. 92026 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was n/a. /s/Trang Truong This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 9/02/2014 9/4, 9/11, 9/18, and 9/25/2014


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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2014-022402 The name of the business: Tucked Away Treasures, located at 1930 W. San Marcos Blvd, #72, San Marcos, Ca. 92078 is hereby registered by the following: Linda L. Thibodeau 1930 W. San Marcos Blvd. #72 San Marcos, Ca. 92078 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was 1/28/2005. /s/Linda L. Thibodeau This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 8/20/2014 9/11, 9/18, 9/25, and 10/2/2014 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2014-023037 The name of the business: E & G Builders, Inc., located at 14106 Hilldale Road, Valley Center, Ca. 92082, is hereby registered by the following: E&G Builders, Inc. 14106 Hilldale Rd. Valley Center, CA. 92082 This business is conducted by a corporation. First day of business was n/a. /s/Santiago Daniel Verduzco, President This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 8/27/2014 9/4, 9/11, 9/18 and 9/25/2014

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2014-021535 The name of the business: King Carpet Cleaning, located at 2334 Big Pine Rd., Escondido, Ca. 92027, is hereby registered by the following: Chad Cooney 2334 Big Pine Rd. Escondido, Ca. 92027 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was 8/11/2014. /s/Chad Cooney This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 8/11/2014 9/4, 9/11, 9/18 and 9/25/2014

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2014-023014 The name of the business: North County Fun Booth, located at 5078 Nighthawk Way, Oceanside, Ca. 92056, is hereby registered by the following: Wendy Anne Hill and James Edward Tobin 5078 NIghthawk Way Oceanside, Ca. 92056 Amber Webb 7155 Surfbird Circle Carlsbad, CA. 92011 This business is conducted by a General Partnershp. First day of business was n/a. /s/James Edward Tobin This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 8/27/2014 9/4, 9/11, 9/18 and 9/25/2014

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2014-023532 The name of the business: Trendy, located at 960 S. Santa Fe Ave., Vista, Ca. 92083, is hereby registered by the following: Tae Hong and Jeong Ae Kim 9345 Adolphia St. San Diego, Ca. 92129 This business is conducted by a married couple. First day of business was 9/09/2005. /s/ Tae Hong Kim, Owner This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 9/02/2014 9/4, 9/11, 9/18 and 9/25/2014

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2014-024097 The name of the business: Mortuary Transport Services, located at 1637 E. Valley Parkway, #291, Escondido, Ca. 92027, is hereby registered by the following: John Alexander Oliver 1730 Flower Street Escondido, Ca. 92027 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was n/a. /s/ John Alexander Oliver, Owner/Operator This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 9/09/2014 9/11, 9/18 and 9/25/2014

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2014-024117 The name of the business: The Experience - Gap Consulting Group, located at 3535-109 Linda Vista Dr., San Marcos, Ca. 92078, is hereby registered by the following: Harold A. Beard, Sr. 3535-109 Linda Vista Dr. San Marcos, Ca. 92078 This business is conducted by an indivdidual. First day of business was n/a. /s/Harold A. Beard, Sr., Owner This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 9/09/2014 9/11, 9/18, 9/25 and 10/02/2014 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2014-023531 The name of the business: Trendy, located at 611 N. Broadway, Escondido, CA. 92025, is hereby registered by the following: Tae Hong Kim 9345 Adolphia St. San Diego, Ca. 92129 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was 1/24/2003. /s/ Tae Hong Kim, Owner This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 9/02/2014 9/4, 9/11, 9/18 and 9/25/2014

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2014-022099 The name of the business: Alta Skateboard Wheels, located at 990 Robin Ct., San Marcos, Ca. 92078 is hereby registered by the following: D.Y.O., LLC 990 Robin Ct. San Marcos, Ca. 92078 This business is conducted by a Limited Liability Company. First day of business was n/a. /s/ Lincoln Veda, President This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 8/15/2014 9/11, 9/18 and 9/25/2014

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2014-024142 The name of the business: MTC Landscaping, located at 1136 E. Grand Ave., Escondido, CA. 92025 is hereby registered by the following: Blanca Cruz and Lorenzo Oloarte 1136 E. Grand Ave. Escondido, CA. 92025 This business is conducted by a General Partnership. First day of business was n/a. /s/ Blanca Cruz/Lorenzo Oloarte, Owners This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 9/09/2014 9/11, 9/18 and 9/25/2014 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2014-024008 The name of the business: PreFitKidz, located at 2461 Longstaff Ct., San Marcos, Ca. 92078, is hereby registered by the following: PreFitKidz LLC 2461 Longstaff Ct. San Marcos, Ca.92078 This business is conducted by a Limited Liability Company. First day of business was n/a. /s/ Stacy Ulrich, President This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 9/08/2014 9/11, 9/18 and 9/25/2014

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2014-023495 The name of the business: Equestri Fit, located at 852 Covington Ave., San Marcos, Ca. 92078, is hereby registered by the following: Michelle Walker Falvey 852 Covington Ave. San Marcos, Ca. 92078 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was 7/1/12. /s/ MIchelle Walker Falvey This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 9/02/2014 9/11, 9/18 and 9/25/2014

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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2014-023534 The name of the business: Masterpiece Pools and Outdoor Living, located at 970 W. Valley Pkwy, #333, Escondido, CA. 92025, is hereby registered by the following: Bruce Swift 970 W. Valley Pkwy #333 Escondido, Ca. 92025 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was n/a. /s/ Bruce Swift, Owner This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 9/02/2014 9/4, 9/11, 9/18 and 9/25/2014

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2014-022589 The name of the business: Alejandro Produce Inc., Alejandro Produce, located at 2504 S. Santa Fe Ave Ste 6, Vista, Ca. 92084, is hereby registered by the following: Alejandro Produce Inc. 2504 S. Santa Fe Ave Ste 6 Vista, Ca. 92084 This business is conducted by a corporation. First day of business was 12/15/2011. /s/ Alejandro Silva, President This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 8/21/2014 9/18, 9/25, 10/2 and 10/09/2014

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2014-023612 The name of the business: Artisan Drapery Installations, located at 637 Via Columbia, Vista, Ca. 92081, is hereby registered by the following: Kenneth McArthur 637 Via Columbia Vista, Ca. 92081 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was 01/02/08. /s/ Kenneth P. McArthur, Owner This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 9/03/2014 9/18, 9/25, 10/2 and 10/09/2014 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2014-023586 The name of the business: Blue Water Services, Inc. dba Spa Doctor San Diego, located at 1148 Canary Court, San Marcos, Ca. 92078, is hereby registered by the following: Blue Water Services, Inc. 1148 Canary Court San Marcos, CA. 92078 This business is conducted by a corporation. First day of business was July 1, 2014. /s/ Barbara Jan Coetzee, Treasurer This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 8/21/2014 9/18, 9/25, 10/2 and 10/09/2014 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2014-022118 The name of the business: Liberty Tax Service #7756, located at 601 Oceanside Blvd., Oceanside, Ca. 92054, is hereby registered by the following: Tar Corp. 549 El Medio Ave. Pacific Palisades, Ca. 90272 This business is conducted by a corporation. First day of business was July 16, 2014. /s/ Bradley Rhodes, President This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 8/18/2014 9/11, 9/18, 9/25, and 10/2/2014

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2014-022310 The name of the business: Loving Heart Custodial Care, located at 1680 Sagewood Way, San Marcos, Ca. 92078, is hereby registered by the following: Vanessa Stewart 1680 Sagewood Way San Marcos, Ca. 92078 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was 8/18/2014. /s/ Vanessa Stewart This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 8/19/2014 9/18, 9/25, 10/02 and 10/09/2014

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2014-023231 The name of the business: AAA Elite Spa, located at 1450 W. Mission Rd. #E, San Marcos, CA. 92069, is hereby registered by the following: Xinshi Zheng 407 N. Chandler Ave. #A Monterey Park, CA. 91754 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was n/a. /s/ Xinshi Zheng, Owner This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 8/28/2014 9/25, 10/02, 10/09 and 10/16/2014

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2014-024259 The name of the business: Speed Reflections, SpeedReflections, located at 868 Saint Nikola Ct., San Marcos, Ca. 92069, is hereby registered by the following: Edmond and Krisztian Kovesi 868 Saint Nikola Ct. San Marcos, Ca. 92069 This business is conducted by a General Partnership. First day of business was n/a. /s/ Edmond Kovesi This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 9/10/2014 9/18, 9/25, 10/02 and 10/09/2014

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2014-024257 The name of the business: Truesports Car Co., located at 1213 Bartley Place, Escondido, Ca. 92026, is hereby registered by the following: David H. Trueman 1213 Bartley Place Escondido, CA. 92026 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was 5/1/85. /s/ David H. Trueman, Owner This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 9/10/2014 9/18, 9/25, 10/02 and 10/09/2014

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2014-022405 The name of the business: TT Handyman Service, located at 212 Lynmar Ln, Vista, Ca. 92084, is hereby registered by the following: Travis Trotter 212 Lynmar Ln. Vista, CA. 92084 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was 7/1/2004. /s/ Travis Trotter, Owner This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 8/20/2014 9/18, 9/25, 10/02 and 10/09/2014

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2014-024136 The name of the business: Fresh and Delicious, located at 158 W. Grand Ave., Escondido, Ca. 92025, is hereby registered by the following: Eloy and Blanca A. Flores 2166 Lemon Ave. Escondido, Ca. 92029 This business is conducted by Married Couple. First day of business was n/a. /s/Blanca A. Flores, owner This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 9/09/2014 9/11, 9/18, 9/25 and 10/02/2014

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2014-021563 The name of the business: Graceful Creations, located at 12102 Poway Rd., Poway, Ca. 92064, is hereby registered by the following: Andryea and Rafael Lopez 12102 Poway Rd. Poway, CA. 92064 This business is conducted by copartners. First day of business was n/a. /s/Andryea Lopez This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 8/11/2014 9/04, 9/11, 9/18, and 9/25/2014

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2014-023740 The name of the business: Private “I” Enterprises, located at 35109 Hwy 79, Ste 205, Warner Springs, Ca. 92086, is hereby registered by the following: Gerald w. Gemmell 35109 Hwy #79 Ste #205 Warner Springs, Ca. 92086 Reuben Istatia 1717 E. Busch Blvd Ste 305 Tampa, FL. 33612 This business is conducted by copartners. First day of business was 11/18/1993. /s/Gerald Gemmell, Co-partner This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 9/04/2014 9/11, 9/18, 9/25 and 10/02/2014

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2014-023931 The name of the business: FedUp Foods, located at 815 Nordahl Rd., Apt H, San Marcos, Ca. 92069, is hereby registered by the following: Lisa Anne Hunt 815 Nordahl Rd. Apt H San Marcos, Ca. 92069 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was n/a. /s/ Lisa Anne Hunt This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 9/05/2014 9/11, 9/18, 9/25 and 10/02/2014

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2014-023708 The name of the business: SoCal Residential Property Management and Sales, located at 1175 La Moree, San Marcos, Ca. 92078, is hereby registered by the following: Jacob Chambers, 1175 La Moree San Marcos 92078 Daniel Dahlke 4181 Terry St., Oceanside, Ca. 92056 This business is conducted by a General Partnership. First day of business was n/a. /s/ Jacob Chambers This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 9/04/2014 9/11, 9/18, 9/25 and 10/02/2014

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING (Planning Commission)

The Planning Commission of the City of San Marcos will hold the following public hearing in the City Council Chambers, 1 Civic Center Drive at 6:30 p.m., Monday, October 6, 2014. Case No: P13-0056: CUP 13005, ND 14-008 Application of: St. Joseph’s Academy Request: Modification of a Conditional Use Permit to revise the previously approved Phase 2 building plan to allow for the construction of a 21,299 sq. ft. building (gymnasium, classrooms, chapel) at an existing private K-12 school in the Estate Residential (R-1-20) Zone. The proposal will increase the area of the Phase 2 building by 3,499 sq. ft. over the previously approved 17,800 sq. ft. for Phase 2. The proposal includes a request to adopt Mitigated Negative Declaration 14-008 (the environmental review document) Location of Property: 500 Las Flores Drive, more particularly described as: Portion of Lot 2, Block 105 of Map 806, Rancho Los Vallecitos de San Marcos. Assessor’s Parcel No.: 219-061-55. If you challenge the action(s) listed in this notice (or any of them) in court, you may be limited to raising only those issues you or someone else raised at the public hearing described in this notice, or in written correspondence delivered to the hearing body at, or prior to, the public hearing. 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 this public hearing or any other 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. Appeal rights are available. Contact the Planning Division at Extension 3233. Phil Scollick, City Clerk, City of San Marcos. PD 9/25/14. FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2014-025037 The name of the business: North County Media Center, located at 1130 N. Melrose Dr. #404, Vista, Ca. 92083, is hereby registered by the following: Joel Fieri 2355 Birdie St. Oceanside, CA. 92056 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was n/a. /s/ Joel Fieri This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 9/18/2014 9/25, 10/02, 10/09 and 10/16/2014

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2014-024833 The name of the business: Competitive Mobile Auto Detailing Services, located at 2780 La Mirada Dr. Suite E, Vista, Ca. 92081, is hereby registered by the following: Mark Louis Proscelle 11945 Sierra Rojo Valley Center, CA. 92082 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was 10/26/09. /s/ Mark Louis Proscelle This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 9/16/2014 9/25, 10/02, 10/09 and 10/16/2014

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 #14-004 and #14-007 on September 29, 2014. Project No.: P14-0017 Case No.: DP 14-004 Applicant: Miguel & Herminia Martinez Request: A Director’s Permit for the continued operation of a large family child care home (9-14 children). Location of Property: 1343 Corte Lira, more particularly described as: Lot 100 of Map No. 12826 in the City of San Marcos, County of San Diego, State of California. Assessor’s Parcel Number: 218-470-39. Project No.: P14-0022 Case No.: DP 14-007 Applicant: Wendy Lemus Request: A Director’s Permit for the continued operation of a large family child care home (9-14 children). Location of Property: 1714 Knob Hills Road, more particularly described as: Lot 52 of Greenbrier, Map No. 7365, as recorded in the City of San Marcos, County of San Diego, State of California. Assessor’s Parcel Number: 226-525-16. 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, October 9, 2014). 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, extension 3145. Further information about this notice can be obtained from Art Pinon, Assistant Planner, at 760-744-1050 extension 3204, or apinon@san-marcos.net. Phil Scollick, City Clerk, City of San Marcos. PD: 9/25/14.

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2014-024891 The name of the business: The Dog Haus, located at 1611 1/2 S. Center City Pkwy, Escondido, CA. 92025, is hereby registered by the following: Guise Enterprises, Inc. 740 El Dorado Dr Escondido, CA. 92025 This business is conducted by a corporation. First day of business was n/a. /s/ Jason Guise, Vice President This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 9/17/2014 9/25, 10/02, 10/09 and 10/16/2014

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2014-024867 The name of the business: Pooch Pro-V, located at 1815 Cottonwood Place, Escondido, CA. 92026, is hereby registered by the following: Austin Vernaci 1815 Cottonwood Place Escondido, CA. 92026 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was n/a. /s/ Austin Vernarci, Owner This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 9/17/2014 9/25, 10/02, 10/09 and 10/16/2014

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