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Volume 44- No. 22

May 30, 2013

by lyle e davis

Interview with Captain W. H. Hembree:

Federal Display

Writer's

Project

On April 28, 1938, Captain W. H. Hembree, who was then working in a gold mine near Estacada, Oregon, was interviewed by Andrew C. Sherbert of the Federal Writer's Project for his knowledge of pioneering days and what he might know about the legend of the Lost Blue Bucket Mine. At that time, Captain Hembree was The Paper - 760.747.7119

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73 years old and described by Mr. Sherbert as short, stocky, extremely rugged, and with the appearance of great physical capabilities for one his age. Sherbert also stated that Hembree was knowledgeable in the various methods used in recovering gold, and at the time, had the appearance of a typical prospector, complete with carrying ore samples and a magnifying lens in his pocket.

Hembree's Words:

“I was born in Monmouth, Polk County, Oregon, in October 7, 1864, and was

christened William Harry Hembree. My father's name was Houston Hembree. He was named for the illustrious Sam Houston and was born in Texas, though his family later moved to Missouri. My mother's name was Amanda Bowman and she was born in Iowa, coming to Oregon in 1848. My father left Missouri for Oregon in one of the first emigrant trains of the great migration of the 1840's, arriving in the Willamette Valley sometime in 1843. The train that my father came to Oregon with is said to have been the first “wheels” ever to make the entire journey from the east to The Dalles.

The wagon train of which my father and his kinfolks were members, was more fortunate than the parties which followed the old Oregon Trail in the years immediately after. The Indians did not trouble the earlier emigrants, were friendly in fact, according to accounts given me by my father. It was not until the later emigrants came through that the Indians began to attack travelers -- in 1844, 1845, and thereafter.

Father's train arrived at The Dalles with exactly the same number of members as it had when it left Missouri. There

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had been, however, a death and a birth on route, both occurring simultaneously at a place now called Liberty Rock, Idaho. The one who died was a second cousin of mine, whose name I have forgotten. The child that was born, was my aunt, Nancy Hembree. Though there had been gold stampedes, land grants from the government, and all sorts of empire building activities in Oregon after my father arrived from the east, he had not yet struck it rich when I squalled onto the scene 10 years later. When I am asked to recall incidents of my early life and to describe the games we played in my childhood, I can truthfully answer that there was no childhood, in the sense meant. There were no games. All that I remember about my childhood is work, work, and work. Work, long before the sun came up. Work, long after the sun had set. When I was eight years

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

Years ago, an Alabama grandmother gave the new bride the following recipe exactly as written.

old I was doing real labor -labor that today would draw a man's wages. Union working hours? Sit down strikes? Such things were not dreamed of then.

My father and older brothers used to make shingles every day in the week except Sunday. They made them by hand, riving them out of cedar bolts with a tool called a “frow.” If you've never seen one, a frow is a steel, wedgeshaped cleaver-like blade with a sharp edge, with a handle set at right angles from one end of the blade. You hit the frow with a mallet, driving through the shingle bolt, cleaving the bolt with the grain of the wood. Only the best, the very best straightgrained cedar was used for these shingles. The manufactured shingles of today have a useful life of about ten years or so, but, I'm willing to wager that some of the shingles my family made -- if there was any possible way of identifying them -- are still giving service somewhere in Oregon. They were made to be practically everlasting. Making shingles by hand at

the tender age of eight years, I worked right along with the rest of the men of the family. Being the youngest, my job was to keep the shavings all raked up into piles, and to bundle the shingles as fast as my father and brothers made them. That was no easy job for a youngster so small, for they contrived to fashion a surprisingly large number of shingles each day and the piles of shavings grew prodigiously large as the day wore on. No sooner would I arrange and tie one bundle of shingles that it seemed another was ready to tie. We used to work well on into the evening. That's when the piles of shavings were put to use. I would set fire to the shaving piles, one after another as each burned out, and we worked by the light of these pungent fires. It was not at all unusual for us to work 14 or 16 hours from the time we started in the morning until we gave up and called it a day. I was always a pretty tired youngster when I had tied off the last bundle and was mighty glad when my father would say, “Alright boys, let's put out the fire.”

Found in an old scrapbook with spelling errors and all.

Turn tubs upside down.

Build fire in backyard to heat kettle of rain water. Set tubs so smoke wont blow in eyes if wind is pert. Shave one hole cake of lie soap in boilin water.

Brew cup of tea, sit, rock a spell, and count yore blessings.

WARSHING CLOTHES

Sort things, make 3 piles -- 1 pile white, 1 pile colored, 1 pile work britches and rags.

To make starch, stir flour in cool water to smooth, then thin down with boiling water. Take white things, rub dirty spots on board, scrub hard, and boil, then rub colored don't boil just wrench and starch. Take things out of kettle with broom stick handle, then wrench, and starch. Hang old rags on fence.

Spread tea towels on grass.

Pore wrench water in flower bed. Scrub porch with hot soapy water.

Go put on clean dress, smooth hair with hair combs.

"Warshing" Clothes Recipe

Paste this over your washer and dryer. The next time you think things are bleak, read it again, kiss that washing machine and dryer, and give thanks.

The first thing each morning, you should run and hug your washer and dryer. For non-Southerners wrench means rinse.

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New Rules - by George Carlin (Purportedly)

New Rule: No more gift registries. You know, it used to be just for weddings. Now it's for babies and new homes and graduations from rehab. Picking out the stuff you want and having other people buy it for you isn't gift giving, it's the white people version of looting. New Rule: Stop giving me

I worked along with the family, riving shingles until I was 12 or 13 years old when I began to work out for others. Boys in those days seemed to mature earlier than they do now. As soon as a lad had a sign of fuzz on his cheek he was considered a man and was expected to fill any place that a man could. I was no exception. At 15, I was riding the range, and at 17, had been pretty much all over the great plains of central and eastern Oregon.

As I said before, we worked every day but Sunday, and except for chores, Sunday really was a day of rest, and a very welcome one. The day was really a quiet and holy day in those times. My family was not what one would consider overmuch pious or religious, for those times, but, it seemed that every family embraced some sort of faith. God did not seem so far away as he does today. He seemed mighty close to us. We seemed to see evidence of His works all around us and were mightily awed by His power. ‘Blue Bucket Mine’ Cont. on Page 3

that pop-up ad for classmates.com There's a reason you don't talk to people for 25 years. Because you don't particularly like them! Besides, I already know what the captain of the football team is doing these days --mowing my lawn. New Rule: Don't eat anything that's served to you out a window unless you're a seagull. People are acting all shocked that a human finger was found in a bowl of Wendy's chili. Hey, it cost less than a dollar. What did you expect it to contain? Lobster?

New Rule: Stop saying that teenage boys who have sex with their hot, blonde teachers are permanently damaged. I have a better description for these kids: 'Lucky bastards.' New Rule: If you need to shave and you still collect baseball cards, you're a dope. If you're a kid, the cards are keepsakes of your idols. If you're a grown man, they're pictures of men. New Rule: Ladies, leave your

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I noticed that folks in general don't have that sort of religious consciousness in them of late years. Our home was typical of a pioneer Oregon family. Mother made home-spun. I can see her at the spinning wheel, treading out the yarn that was to go into the things that we would be wearing a few months later. Today, women of the age she was then, use the same toe my mother used on the treadle, to step on the accelerator as they drive to a department store for machine-made cloth and ready-made garments. Our work clothes, shirts and pants, were usually made of home-tanned buckskin. This stuff wore like iron, and though it was not very beautiful to look at, it was extremely serviceable. When a man -- and I mean by that, any male person over 16 or thereabouts -- was able to accumulate the required number of dollars, one of his most important investments would be in a Sunday-go-to-meeting outfit made by eastern tailors, and consisting of a swallowtail coat, a fancy, light-colored vest, and a striped pair of pants. He would top this elegant attire with a high, beaver hat. He was then ready for -and considered properly dressed to be acceptable in -the most dignified and formal gathering, or social function.

After a good deal of wandering about, mostly within Oregon's boundaries, I came to Portland and got a job on Portland's “Paid” fire department. The fire department personnel, at that time, comprised both paid and volunteer firemen. I stayed with the department for about three years, making an excellent record as a fireman, and then went to sea as a sailor. I liked the seafaring life very much and my travels took me to many foreign ports, where I saw a great deal to interest a young man of my active and curious disposition. But, I hadn't quite forgotten the thrill and excitement that

went with fighting fires, so I returned to Portland, and because I had left a good service record behind me when I quit the department previously, I was immediately placed on the roster and became once more a fireman. After another few years as a fireman, the sea beckoned again, and I returned to walk the caulked planks of a ship's deck. A couple of years at sea and I again found myself yearning for the prancing firehorse and clanging gong. Back to the fire department, where I served during Mayor Simon's administration, quitting finally and never again returning, because of disgust with political wrangling going on within the department's ranks. I then worked on river boats in various capacities, where I earned the courtesy title of Captain. I have no papers, however.

In between other activities, even as a young man I was interested in gold mining. I have prospected in the past 50 years in almost every section of Oregon where gold had been, or appeared that it might be found. I have panned every river and creek in the state where I thought there was a remote possibility of making worthwhile findings. In recent years, I have operated small mines with more or less success. I am, at present, beginning the operation of a mine in Clackamas County, near the Marion County line. The sample essay looks good, and in spite of many former disappointments in similar enterprises, I have every hope that this one will turn out prosperously. However, if it doesn't, I shall promptly find another likelylooking hole-in-the-ground, and with a true prospector's unquenchable optimism, my hopes will doubtless rise again. Perhaps the most widely publicized Oregon gold mine, if there ever was such a mine, is the famous “Blue Bucket.” I have been erroneously credited with knowing a great deal about this mysterious, lost mine. As a matter of fact, in common with many other persons, I have been tremen-

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eyebrows alone. Here's how much men care about your eyebrows: Do you have two of them? Good, we're done.

New Rule: There's no such thing as flavored water. There's a whole aisle of this crap at the supermarket, water, but, without that watery taste. Sorry, but flavored water is called a soft drink. You want flavored water? Pour some scotch over ice and let it melt. That's your flavored water.

New Rule: Stop screwing with old people. Target is introducing a redesigned pill bottle that's square, with a bigger label. And the top is now the bottom. And by the time grandpa figures out how to open it, he’ll be in the morgue. Congratulations, Target, you just solved the Social Security crisis. New Rule: The more complicated the Starbucks order, the bigger the jerk. If you walk into a Starbucks and order a 'decaf grandee, half-soy, halflow fat, iced vanilla, doubleshot, gingerbread cappuccino,

dously interested in the historic “Blue Bucket”; have gathered a considerable amount of data concerning it; and have journeyed to the region where it was supposed to have been located. I might even go so far as to say that I am satisfied in my own mind that I have been to within a few furlongs of the actual spot where it was. However, until the elusive “Blue Bucket” is actually and indisputably rediscovered, one man's story is as good as another's. Here's mine:

The Blue Bucket Mine got its name from the fact that a wagon train which is supposed to have stumbled onto the rich gold deposit, was made up of a string of wagons, the bodies of which were painted blue. In those days, wagons had no hub nuts to hold a wheel in place on the axle. Wheels were held on the axle by what was called a linch pin, which was merely a pin, or bolt, that slipped through a hole in the axle outside the hub of the wheel. Between the hub and pin was a washer which rubbed on the

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extra dry, light ice, with one Sweet-n'-Low, and One NutraSweet,' ooooh, you're a huge jerk.

New Rule: I'm not the cashier! By the time I look up from sliding my card, entering my PIN number, pressing 'Enter,' verifying the amount, deciding, no, I don't want cash back, and pressing 'Enter' again, the kid who is supposed to be ringing me up is standing there eating my Almond Joy.

New Rule: Just because your tattoo has Chinese characters in it doesn't make you Spiritual. It's right above the crack of your ass. And it translates to 'beef with broccoli.' The last time you did anything spiritual, you were praying to God you weren't pregnant. You're not spiritual. You're just high. New Rule: Competitive eating isn't a sport. It's one of the seven deadly sins. ESPN recently televised the U.S. Open of Competitive Eating, because watching those athletes at the poker table was just too damned exciting. ‘Chuckles’ Cont. on Page 7

hub. To prevent wear, it was necessary to constantly daub the axle, at the point of friction, with tar, which the immigrants carried in buckets that hung on a hook at the rear of the wagon. The tar buckets of this particular wagon train were also painted blue. The train made a “dry camp” (no water in sight) one night on a meadow in a valley between two ridges of hills. Needing water for their horses, members of the train set out on foot, each in a different direction, to attempt to locate a small creek or pond nearby. Each carried one of the blue tar buckets, in which to carry water if any were found. One member came upon a wet, cozy spot, where it appeared water was near the surface of the ground. He dug down, using the bucket as a spade, and upon raising the bucket found it filled with wet dirt containing nuggets of gold. And that was how the Blue Blue Bucket Mine was discovered. I was privileged once to see a diary said to have been kept

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Superior Court Judge Throws the Book at Oceanside Couple for Abusing Niece

By all accounts, Isabel, had a miserable life from age 12 years old and on. Her aunt and uncle, Inez Martinez Garcia, 43, and Marcial Garcia Hernandez, 45, of Oceanside, had been arrested and charged with enslaving their 12 year-old niece, forcing her to work, selling her for sex, raping her, and beating her whenever they felt like it.

Twenty two years for Hernandez and twenty years for Martinez Garcia, were the sentences handed down by the court. Once they complete their prison sentence they each will likely be deported back to Mexico. The U.S. may deport holders of green cards for certain crimes. Caregivers Sentenced to Prison

Following the conviction of two caregivers for mistreating a severely autistic man con-

Man About Town

I love Carlsbad.

I would move there in a heartbeat. But the boss says, “No.”

Evelyn has her beautiful home that she and her husband built, and watched their two sons grow from little boys into fine young men. Lots of memories here . . .

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signed to their care, the two were sentenced to prison last week.

Registered nurse Michael Garritson, 62, was convicted of two felonies and four misdeamanors, Matthew McDuffie, 28, was convicted of two misdemeanors and was sentenced to a year in jail. Vista Superior Court Judge Blaine Bowman sentenced Garritson to three years of probation and a year in jail. The charges could have brought four years in prison.

Under court rules, however, McDuffie was released last week since both defendants had been in jail for eight months awaiting trial - which satisfied the one year sentence. The victim, Jamey Oakley, is severely autistic, cannot speak, and requires constant supervision. Kim Oakley, his mother, installed a surveillance camera in his bedroom last July. Upon return from an overseas trip she reviewed the video and after seeing the abuse inflicted upon her son notified the Sheriff’s office.

Oakley’s mom expressed anger that these two individuals are back out on the street, walking free. Escondido City Council Approves School Lease

After an almost three hour, sometimes emotional, hearing, the Escondido City Council voted 4-1, Councilmember Diaz voting no, to approve a 10-year lease of property within the East Valley Community Center, much of which had been vacant for several years. Heritage Digital Academy will lease the property, generating about $1.8 million in revenue to the city over a 10 year period. The council majority felt that a combination of factors warranted their approval of the lease, including the reputation of its founder and CEO, Dennis “Coach” Snyder, and his ability to generate outstanding students at Escondido Charter High School, as well as the fact there are waiting lists for the existing school(s) as well as the new one; that commercial real estate broker confirmed the monthly rental

and then there’s Evelyn’s community commitments. Not only does she do The Social Butterfly column every week, in addition to doing the books for The Paper, the legals, the subscriptions, the banking, the billings, etc., and keeping me out of trouble and out of jail, but she also is president of the Escndido Women’s Club, a big high mucky-muck in Kiwanis, on the personnel commission for the Escondido Union School District . . . and she’s an active member of her sorority. In fact, she’s so busy even I often don’t see as much of her as I would like.

the widow of one of my high school pals come out from the Dallas/Fort Worth area, to spend a day with us. A day!

Still . . . we just returned from a one week stay(of which we had about three days) at our time share at the Tamarack Beach Resort/Hotel in Carlsbad and both evelyn and I had some great times, just kicking back and actually relaxing!

I commented to Brenda that there wasn't much more invigorating than the smell of fresh salty air (mixed with the lovely aroma of seal and pelican poop). She giggled and agreed.

Hard to show anyone San Diego in one day. We did manage to cram quite a few events in; took her to Torrey Pines Glider Port. Because of dangerous cross-winds, they weren't flying, but the scenery was fabulous! Then on to a panoramic view just outside the Birch Aquarium lovely view of the ocean and the La Jolla coast; then to La Jolla Cove.

So . . . to persuade her to move to Carlsbad would be an uphill battle.

As we walked down the sidewalk from “The Cave” toward the cove, I pointed out the many pelicans and seals taking in the sun.

Earlier in the week, we had

La Jolla Cove used to be a great place to scuba dive. I suppose it still is but I wouldn't care to dive there any

rate of $14,000 was at or above normal market rates and was thus a good deal for the city; and that the long vacant property would now be able to generate some much needed income for the city while performing a valuable service. Dennis Snyder says he hopes to open the new campus in August with 300 students and 15 staff members. Low Cost Computers To Help Escondido Families

A San Diego non-profit organization, Computers 2 SD Kids, or C2SDK, has arranged for almost 500 families from six Escondido schools to receive newly refurbished computers at a cost of only $65 per computer.

Aimed at low-income families who would otherwise not be able to afford a computer, this enables the students to learn and keep pace with their peers. School officials agree that it’s ‘Local News’ Cont. on Page 5

more. The seals have taken over many of the rocky crags, swim about in the cove . . . and there has to be tons of fecal matter in the water. And the pelicans . . . well, all that white stuff on the rocks (and in the water) ain't white paint, bub!

Still, watching the surf roll in and explode on the shoreline is fun . . . and the sound could soon lull you to sleep. (Once you get past the rocky cliffs of La Jolla Cove, you just have the aroma of salty air . . . absent the poop.)

Our guest, Brenda Jones, went into the La Jolla Cave but I sat and waited for her as I was just too tired. We then drove the La Jolla Scenic drive, saw the Soledad Mountain Monument and then took in all the mansions. Then, back to the condo to meet Evelyn, who was returning from a busy day in Escondido . . . getting the subscriptions out, a Woman's Club Meeting, or perhaps it was a Personnel Commission meeting, I lose track, and then an awards function. She was dead tired when she got back but had enough energy that ‘Man About Town’ Cont. on Page 7


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necessary that today’s students have access to computers, not only in the classroom but at home for study projects. C2SDK uses many recycled parts in rebuilding and refurbishing computers so that prevents a lot of electronics from going into a landfill, an environmentally friendly solution to a growing problem. Escondido is not by itself in the effort to put computers into the home of all students. Nine Vista Unified Schools are signing up families for the same program and the organization has also worked with San Marcos, Oceanside, and Rancho Bernardo.

moderate income families in the Oceanside area are eagerly awaiting more developments on the $81.8 million Mission Cove affordable-housing project. Latest news suggests the property might become a reality in early 2014, at least in terms of breaking ground. The 14.5 acre project, located near the Oceanside Municipal Airport, will offer 238 apartments, a 5,000 sq. ft. community center and a 10,000 sq. ft. retail center.

To qualify for Mission Cove apartments the residents must have incomes between 30 percent and 60 percent of the area median income, which comes to around $72,000 for a family of four.

More information on the program is available at: Computers 2 San Diego Kids at 858.200.9787 or c2sdk.org.

The Oceanside City Council helped matters move along recently when they authorized $6.5 million in lowincome housing money to aid in funding. Private investors are expected to pay for the bulk of the work.

Seniors, veterans, and low to

Even though this year’s storms have been relatively

Oceanside’s Mission Cove Project Moves Closer to Reality

Oceanside Beaches Offer Little Sand for Summer

mild this past winter, they were strong enough to wash away a lot of sand from Oceanside beaches, particularly noticeable on the halfmile stretch of what used to be a sandy beach south of Tyson Street. Today, there are mostly stones there . . . which make for uncomfortable barefoot walking on the shore. The city harbor and beach director, Frank Quan, was quoted as saying “it’s at one of the lowest levels it’s been at in 20 to 30 years.”

Because of a grunion run, the Army Corps of Engineers has been unable to dredge sand to re-deposit on the beach. The law protects the grunion’s egg laying areas. There is no money in the budget currently which would provide for bringing in sand, said city officials. They would also need to identify long term funding, they said. Deputy Injured, Man Shot: Man Pleads Not Guilty

A deputy sheriff had her own

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taser weapon fired at her last week by a 20-year-old man who resisted arrest following a call for person(s) under the influence. Upon arrival, four men were found smoking marijuana in a laundry room. Anthony Fernando Garcia was arraigned last Friday. He faces up to five years in custody if found guilty of all charges. The taser probes missed the deputy but, fearing for her life, she fired a single shot from her handgun to the torso of Garcia. He was taken to hospital for treatment and is in stable condition. The deputy was also injured in the fight. She was treated at a hospital and released.

Bail for the Vista man, which had been $50,000 at the time of his arrest, was increased to more than $1 million.

The shooting took place outside an apartment complex on Primrose Avenue, near Lobelia Drive, just east of Sycamore Avenue in Vista.


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The

Social Butterfly

The Woman’s Club of Vista held a hat contest for members on Donation Day where the club donated $43,000 to 32 charities whose representatives attended the luncheon at Shadowridge Country Club. Front row, l-r: Fran Jensen, Lita Bowles, Nancy Jones; middle row, Ruth Schneider, Jane Balser, Lori Sanna, Marvel York, Pat Wilson, Judy Pantazo, Connie Fletcher, Margaret Ferguson, and back row Kay Silverman. Gardens are located at 1270 Vale Terrace Drive, Vista, at the top of the hill inside Brengle Terrace Park. Visit the website at altavistagardens.org.

Evelyn Madison The Social Butterfly Email Evelyn at: thesocialbutterfly@cox.net Kids in the Garden Class

The June “Kids in the Garden” class on Saturday, June 8, from 10am to 12noon, will feature Our Feathered Friends: Birds, Nests and Eggs, with Miss Mary. Miss Mary Dralle works with the Wildlife Research Institute in Ramona and knows about the birds who call Alta Vista Gardens home; a pair of red-tailed hawks as well as hummingbirds, bluebirds, scrub jays, finches and crows. A collection of bird’s nests and eggs will be shared. Bird houses will be available to paint and for purchase, and a tour of the 15-acre Gardens will be held to find the feathered friends in their natural habitats.

How To Live to Be 100

Apparently the answer is to just kick back and not let all the frustrations in the world get to you. Try not to worry, just relax.

That’s pretty much what Wendel Willis has done and come July he’ll reach the century mark. 100 years old! Born in Hastings, Nebraska, he moved to Lincoln, where he grew up. He does not, however, bleed Husker Red. Doesn’t care all that much for football or other sports.

After high school he went to work as a postal telegraph delivery boy, riding his bike all over Lincoln, delivering telegrams, much like Western Union, a later configuration of the same business. “I delivered those telegrams through rain, sleet, snow and burning sun,” he says. He did this for a couple of years until he married a little farm girl from Neely, Nebraska. Married at age 23, that marriage lasted for 67 years before his wife passed away about eight years ago. Together, they had a son and daughter, many grandchildren and several great grandchildren.

Wendel and his bride moved to

Julia Soderstjerna Wins Scholarship from Republican Group

Above,Daniel shows his nest; right, Klye shows his nest. Adults are welcome to join in.

Registration for the class covers the visit to the Children’s Garden, the new Enchanted Garden Tube Tunnels, and many other areas. Class fee is $5/child; accompanied adults are free. With a family membership in Alta Vista Gardens, the monthly Kids in the Garden class is free for a year. Donations are gratefully accepted. This is the fourth year of getting kids outdoors to learn about their

California in either 1937 or 38; came to Alhambra briefly, then spent several years at Warner Hot Springs where he served as desk clerk. Around 1939 he moved to Escondido. Escondido was then the closest town to Warner Hot Springs and they had visited here a number of times and like it, so decided to move here where Wendel went to work for Eric Emerson, a Public Accountant, eventaully becoming a partner, later branching out with his own firm. To what does he attribute his long life? “I don’t know. I just figured God is taking care of me all these years and I figure he’ll continue taking care of me until I pass on. I am, however, feeling tired.”

I just kinda kick back - no hobbies, no sports. Don’t go anywhere, I live alone . . . I don’t do much constructive. I don’t read. I watch a lot of tv in early evening until I go to bed. Seems like I just waste time. I don’t go to the Senior Center ‘cause I don’t have transport, so I’m pretty much housebound.”

A mutual friend of The Paper, Jim Kuden, brought us together for this interview. “Jim has been a friend for many years,” Wendel says. “Originally, I knew his wife . . . she used to work for the accounting firm. I then met Jim and we’ve been friends ever since.”

environment, nature, gardening, and to share art and music at the Alta Vista Gardens. Pre-registration with Farmer Jones is required. Contact farmerjones@altavistagardens.org or call 760.822.6824. The

Memorial Day - Some Little Known Facts . . .

The first well-known observance of a Memorial Day-type observance after the Civil War was in Charleston, South Carolina, on May 1, 1865, by former slaves, to honor 257 dead Union Soldiers who had been buried in a mass grave in a Confederate prison camp. They dug up the bodies and worked for 2 weeks to give them a proper burial as gratitude for fighting for their freedom. They then held a parade

Julia Soderstjerna, winner of Rancho Bernardo Republican Women Federated’s annual scholarship, read her winning essay, “What the U.S. Constitution Means to Me”, at the club’s April luncheon. Julia is very active in the community and at Mt. Carmel High School where she maintains a 4.0 academic GPA and received a total SAT score of 2280 out of a

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of 10,000 people led by 2,800 Black children where they marched, sang and celebrated. The event was covered by the New York Tribune and other national papers. The freedmen cleaned up and landscaped the burial ground, building an enclosure and an arch labeled, "Martyrs of the Race Course." Most brought flowers to lay on the burial field. Today the site is used as Hampton Park. Years later, the celebration would come to be called

the "First Decoration Day" in the North.


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nonfiction. Learn about hybrid self-publishing your autobiography, or that great American novel the world is waiting for. Have fun meeting and getting to know each other. Bring someone who loves to write pictures and paint stories, ever since being a kid. The more, the merrier. For info, call 760.752.3111.

possible 2400. She plans to use the $2,000 award as she pursues a degree in mechanical engineering. Her essay was forwarded to the San Diego County Federated Republican Women to compete for its scholarship. Pictured are Scholarship

Chairwoman Charlotte Devlin (l) and scholarship winner Julia Soderstjerna. Vista Garden Club Flower Show Offered Beauty and Fantasy

The Vista Garden Club season comes to a close on June 7th. Newly elected officers will be installed for the 2013/2014 year followed by a surprise program. Join in the celebration at the Gloria McClellan Senior Center, 1400 Vale Terrace Dr., Vista, at noon. Details: www.vistagardenclub.org It takes a tremendous amount of volunteers working behind the scenes to make the Flower Show a

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we all went to Kings, a great seafood restaurant. A nice glass of wine, a great meal, then back to the hotel for some beddy-bye.

Just one of many floral displays reality every year.

After months of preparation, the annual flower show held on recently at the Jim Porter Recreation Center burst into bloom with a fragrant breath of spring and a successful ending. Visitors came from all over and raved over the variety of horticulture entries and exhibits. Club members rose to the occasion by working together to make the event memorable and share their passion for plants and flowers for the community. Meeting Events/Calendar

Invitation to Senior Writers Group – Join the Senior Writers group who meets on Mondays from 1-3pm, except holidays. Cost is $1. Young and old are invited, the only criteria being your love of writing, whether it’s memoirs, fiction or

morning,' 'good evening,' . . . lots of joggers, bicyclists, skateboarders . . . why lyle even jogged on the boardwalk. Yes! Jogged! As in running! Evelyn damn near fainted. And lyle actually rather enjoyed it. Jogged, I suppose, about one city block which, for me, is equivalent to running a four minute mile.

F r i d a y Our two pups, Trixie on the left, checking out m o r n i n g son, the surf, Cindy on the right, kissing Evelyn, on my Kenny and the left, a handsome, distinguished, my grandsophisticated, silver haired gent who is, no daughter, doubt, also rather modest. A l e x , joined us. I was so pleased Great relaxing time at when Alex saw Evelyn and Tamarack Beach. Perfect called her "nammaw." She weather and we got there has accepted Evelyn as family. before the Memorial Day We had breakfast at a lovely crowds. outdoor cafe "The Daily Carlsbad is so tempting. News." and learned Alex likes Totally different lifestyle; oatmeal. She ate about half of totally different atmosphere. Evelyn's. Walking back You just don't meet someone toward the boardwalk it tickon the boardwalk without led me that Alex reached out smiling and saying, 'good to Evelyn with her arms, indi-

OSHER Lifelong Learning (CSUSM) Art Class at Lake San Marcos – “Draw & Paint: Pencil, Pastel, Watercolor, Acrylics (your choice)” is the title of the Art Class being offered at Lake San Marcos by CSUSM OSHER Lifelong Learning. It will run from June 19-July 31 (6 Wednesdays, skipping July 3rd) overlooking the lake at the Lake San Marcos Pavilion, 1105 La Bonita Drive, San Marcos. This is a class for age 50+. A variety of topics will be covered for a full understanding of artistic skills. Draw and paint your choice media; learn about highlights, shadows, several techniques to make art look three-dimensional; color blending, color balance, color harmony, and more. Individual attention and demonstrations. Cost is $90; materials not included. Register at 800.500.9377, or http://www.csusm.edu/el/olli/index.ht ml. You may call the instructor at 760.944.8991, or check the website at www.LindaLuisi.com. Class will be cancelled if there are not enough students sign up ahead of time.

Encinitas Wine Festival to Benefit North County Lifeline – Buy a ticket to the Encinitas Wine Festival and select North County Lifeline to benefit thousands of people each year. The event will be on Saturday, June 1, at the San Diego Botanic Garden in Encinitas, with food, wine, beer, from local food favorites like Lumberyard and Cardiff Seaside Market, Falkner Winery, Meritage Wine Market and Stone and Pizza Port. Ticket revenue will support North County Lifeline, a nonprofit organization that helps lowincome families become self-reliant and build stronger communities. For questions about the event, call 760.753.1977. Online purchases at

cating she wanted "nammaw" to pick her up. I know Evelyn was delighted as well.

After Ken and Alex left we went to pick up the pups and took them to Dog Beach in Del Mar. We thought they would enjoy the new adventure. The sandy beach they liked. The other dogs, they liked. We learned they do not like water. We managed to get Trixie’s feet a little wet from an incoming wave . . . and I got Cindy into the water and she first headed toward the beach, then toward daddy . . . then back to the beach. Later, Evelyn tried to lead Cindy into the water by her leash. I and a couple of the other beachgoers were doubled over with laughter at the sight. Here's Evelyn, who weighs a bit more than 15 lbs., struggling to pull this 15 lb. pup to the water by her leash . . . . and Cindy dug in all four feet and pulled against evelyn. Cindy won. There were about 4' of skid marks from Cindy when ‘Man About Town’ Cont. on Page 10

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Summer Concert with Center Chorale Teams and Peter Pupping Band – “Everything’s Coming Up Roses!” the season finale by the Escondido Choral Arts Program, the 47-voice adult ensemble, and will include a program of Gershwin, Sondheim and musical theater’s best tunes and be accompanied by the San Diego Music Award nominated Peter Pupping Band, in the Center Theater on Sunday, June 2, at 3pm. In addition, the 40-member Center Children’s Chorus will join the Chorale by performing a selection of musical numbers. Tickets for the concert may be purchased by phone at 800.988.4235 or online at www.artcenter.org. Ticket prices are $10-$25, with discounts for students, seniors 60+, active military, and children under 12. More information about the new music performance and education program, consisting of three levels of Children’s Choruses (grades 2-12) and the adult Center Chorale, is available at www.escondidochoralarts.com. The Center is located at 340 N. Escondido Blvd., Escondido.

ArtWalk at Old California Restaurant Row – Each month the ArtWalk and Car Show is held at the California Restaurant Row on the first Sunday of the month; the next one will be Sunday, June 2, from 1-5pm. It features an array of fine artists and artisans, an assortment of participant activities; is free for all ages; with special offers on dining and entertainment at many of the businesses. It is located at 1020 W. San Marcos Blvd, San Marcos, and showcases over 30 new and returning fine art vendors of artworks, hand-crafted jewelry, and others. Grand Opening for The Joint – The

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Letters to the Editor The Solution

How do we create more jobs? Bring back some of the outsourced companies (give them tax breaks). Go on a shopping splurge or sell high yielding bonds to get the money to pay for infrastructure repairs and improvements. Have rallies to sell these Bonds like we did in the past Wars. In this case for rebuilding our country. Engage tutors, special ed teachers and child care providers. Even make do jobs like beautifying government buildings. Create more parks.

Since so many jobs are going to the way side, due to automation, computers and robotics, we need to do this.

Unless we do this, more and more people will not hold a job. That creates chaos and criminality. /s/William Hart Carlsbad, CA

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Evelyn finally conceded defeat and figured out Cindy just didn't like water. (Neither one of the pups even like to go out on to wet grass after a rain, when it's tinkle time).

We returned the pups to Marty's house . . . then went to lunch, spent the afternoon just enjoying the sun, the surf, and kicking back. If you’re going to visit Carlsbad (and I recommend it) . . . a couple of recommendations:

We had fish and chips at O’Sullivan’s on Grand Avenue. About $16 a plate, well cooked, large chips, plenty of malt vinegar, great

Dini’s - a dinner house adjacent to Tamarack Beach Resort. We eat there often. Food is always good, as are the drinks. Service quite good. My only complaint is, during the evening hours, they should have some type of sound barrier, separating the restaurant from the bar. The party-goers in the bar can make so much noice it’s hard to carry on a quiet conversation. Still, a good place to dine. Al’s Cafe in the Village: Great food, excellent service. Very simple, down home atmosphere. Kathy, our waitress, was super-friendly and helpful. We met Al. Very pleasant guy. For a real treat, order Ben’s Wild Man Eggs. $7.95 for a delicious breakfast and a great story behind the breakfast. We’d never eaten her before and went there on the recommendation of one of our advertisers, Chris Nelson of Tina’s Deli, in San Marcos. Great reference. Great breakfast.

Don’s Country Kitchen: We’ve eaten here a number of times. Good food, reasonable prices, a bit cramped for space, staff has a bit of an aloof manner (but it was late in the day; perhaps they were tired).

This week, we’ll be spending some time at our time share at Lawrence Welks, Escondido; but, with the deadlines, we probably won’t get as much rest as we’d like.

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Kaiser is a very unique little 3 year old dog. He has the coloring of a German Shepherd but the size of a big Chi. One pro suggested a Border Terrier/Chi blend. We go with just plain cute! Our Tea Cup GSD... Kaiser is mellow, loving and always has a tail wag for his people. He grew up with kids so he is very gentle with them too. He loves his belly rubbed! He is very crate trained and when you can’t be with him he hangs out in his bed and watches the world go by! Like all our pups Kaiser has been neutered and microchipped. We pay the chip registration for you too. His 5 way vaccines and rabies are all up to date. He comes with a full 4 piece safety equipment set, food for his transition and any favorite toys or bedding. For more photographs of him please go to our website. You can also visit the other pups in our rescue that need forever homes or a foster family. Visit www.forgottenpaws.org or contact us at admin@forgottenpaws.org or 949-246-1280.

Oscar is a 10-year-old neutered male Chow/German shepherd mix, ID 71645. Oscar is a sweet, mellow dog who just wants to be by your side, whether it’s taking a short walk or lounging at your feet at the end of the day. He is a handsome boy, and he happily soaks up all the compliments he receives about his stunning good looks. Oscar is gentle with children and gets along well with other dogs. Oscar is available for adoption from the Escondido Humane Society, 3450 E. Valley Parkway, and is currently living in a private foster home. His $55 adoption fee includes neuter, microchip, up-to-date vaccinations and vet exam. For more information, or to set up an appointment to meet Oscar, call Adult Dog Foster Care Coordinator Julie Herman at (760) 594-7605 or log on to

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Escondido • Mayor Sam Abed Movies in the Park

Looking for some inexpensive family fun this summer? Then you won’t want to miss “Movies in the Park”. This summer you can enjoy beautiful summer evenings in Grape Day Park while catching outdoor movies that are perfect for the whole family. The fun begins at 7:00 p.m. with a variety of children’s activities, as well as a snack bar. The movies will begin at dusk.

Movie schedule:

July 13 Despicable Me July 27 Brave August 3 The Lorax August 17 Madagascar 3 All children must be accompanied by an adult. Families are encouraged to bring low backed chairs or blanket, a sweater, and flashlight. “Movies in the Park” is sponsored by the Escondido History Center and the City of Escondido Recreation Division

Vista • Mayor Judy Ritter

V i s t a ’ s Moonlight S t a g e Productions upcoming summer season is almost upon us and this year offers a perfect mix of fun and entertaining shows. The summer season of Broadway musicals is presented June through October in the beautiful outdoor Moonlight Amphitheatre located within Brengle Terrace Park. The season’s productions include: the enchanting South Pacific (June 26July 13); The Wizard of Oz (July 24Aug. 10); Young Frankenstein (Aug. 21-Sept. 7), Mel Brooks’ hit musical; and The Who’s Tommy (Sept. 18Oct. 5) based on the iconic 1969 rock concept album. The Moonlight offers two types of seating, lawn and

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Escondido Chamber of Commerce invites members and guests to the Grand Opening of “The Joint” the chiropractic place. This will be a Pizza Party, on Thursday, June 6, from 5-9pm, with a ribbon-cutting at 6pm. Pizza, snacks and beverages will be served; spin the wheel for prizes; Miss Escondido and Miss Teen Escondido will be there; and the chiropractors will be providing free examinations and adjustments all day, from 10am7pm. The Joint is located in the Escondido Promenade Shopping Center, 1250-A Auto Parkway, Escondido. RSVP by Tuesday, June 4, by email to Escondido@thejoint.com, or by phone 442.999.6464. For more information, check the website at www.Escondido.TheJoint.com.

WOW First Wednesday at Center for the Arts, Escondido – On Wednesday, June 5, at 4pm and 7pm, in the Center Theater, the free program will be all about Uke (you-k) – a musical jorney from the birth of the Ukulele until today. Emcee Rowena Vasquez will take you on an amazing musical journey, featuring the

reserved, and information and ticket sales can be found at moonlightstage.com or by calling the VisTix ticket office at 760.724.2110. Mark your calendars for Wednesday, June 5. SANDAG is holding a community workshop at the Vista Civic Center (Community Room) from 5:30-7:30 pm. SANDAG is accepting public comment on the draft environmental document for the Inland Rail Trail project. The current project, the San Marcos to Vista portion of the Inland Rail Trail, is a 7-mile Class I bikeway passing through San Marcos, Vista, and the County of San Diego. When completed, the path will provide access to five SPRINTER stations

ever talented Big Island Music Award winner Brian Pi’ikea Vasquez and Lava Jam. The free programs for WOW First Wednesdays are generously sponsored by Mrs. Marlin Brossart and the Escondido Rotary Foundation. Tickets are available at the box office at 340 N. Escondido Blvd., Escondido, or by phone to 800.988.4253. Check the website at www.artcenter.org. OASIS Seminars for June at Escondido Senior Center - Oasis North County invites you to participate in their adult programs for 50+. A onetime trimester processing fee of $10 is charged in addition to class fee. Complete registration online at www.oasisnet.org/escondido, or call OASIS at 760.796.6020. For additional classes or information, call or visit the website. June classes include #660, The Incredible Egg, rescheduled for June 5 at 10–11:30am. #662 Ordinary Women Who Did Extraordinary Things: June 12 from 10-11am. #663 Antarctica: Above and Beneath the Sea Ice, on Thursday, June 13 from 10–11am. #649 Living with Congestive Heart Failure: Wednesday, June 19 from 10:00–11:30. #692 How to be Your Best Friend’s Best Friend: Thursday, June 20 from 10:00–11:30am.

San Marcos • Mayor Jim Desmond

based band offers a crossover between traditional blues and rockabilly, giving their music a unique punch. In addition to their original music, the band features covers from John Lee Hooker, TBone Walker, Lightnin’ Hopkins, Jimmie Vaughan, The Ghastly The City of San Marcos and Allen’s Ones, The Black Keys and many Wrench present the 5th Annual more. Rock, Blues and BBQ Festival scheduled to take place at Walnut Pre-sale tickets are $10/Friday, Grove Park, 1950 Sycamore Drive $15/Saturday, $20/2-day pass, $5 on Friday, June 14 from 5 and 9 pm per day/children under 10. and Saturday, June 15 from 12 to 8 Purchase pre-sale tickets online at www.san-marcos.net/spepm. cialevents or at the San Marcos The festival will open on Friday Community Center. with a performance by the youth blues trio, Wyatt Lowe and the For more information, please call Youngbloods. This San Marcos- (760) 744-9000. Local San Marcos Youth Blues Trio to Perform at Rock and Blues Festival

Oceanside • Mayor Jim Wood 2013 MLK Scholarship Awards

Let’s Support Our Kids! On Friday, June 7, from 5:00 – 8:00 PM, the 2013 City of Oceanside – Martin Luther King, Jr. Scholarship Awards will be presented to seventeen worthy students from seven different high schools, who will share $36,000 in available scholarship funds. These winners will be introduced at the annual MLK garden reception that will be graciously held at the home of Stephen and Janet Lacy. The garden reception is the sole fundraising event for the scholarship program, with tickets at $35 #656 Health Secrets of the Stone Age: Thursday, June 20 from 10:00–11:30am. These one day seminars will be held at the Senior Center in Escondido.

Escondido Senior Service Council Happenings – Now that tax season is over, the Senior Service Council begins its Tax Problem Assistance Program on Thursday, June 27. If you haven’t filed your income tax return for 2012 or before, if you filed for an extension, if you received a letter from the IRS, or whatever income tax problem you have, call for an appointment, 760.480.0611. There is no fee/cost. Also, the SSCE offers free services including job referrals, legal aid & notary service, blood pressure screenings, and more. Computer tutoring and Driver Safety classes are available for a nominal fee. Call 760.480.0611 for dates and times, and ask for a copy of the June handout showing others services available. Woman’s Club to Award Scholarships – When the Woman’s Club of Vista meets on Wednesday, June 12, at 10:30am at Shadowridge Country Club they will be awarding a total of $15,000 in educational scholarships. Students supported with

per person and available by calling in advance at (760) 722-1234. All funds raised at this event will go directly to the scholarship program, with the reception itself being funded through generous donations from local businesses and corporate sponsors. Since 1993, this program has awarded 257 students more than $533,000. The scholarship program is open to all high school seniors who live in the City of Oceanside, and applicants must write an essay on how they will apply the life teachings of Dr. King in their own lives and detail financial need of this award. For more information or to get involved, please contact the City at (760) 435-3377. scholarships attend or will be graduating from Guajome Park Academy, Mission Vista H.S., Rancho Buena Vista H.S., Vista H.S., Palomar College, and MiraCosta College. The scholarship recipients will be guests and speakers at the meeting. For luncheon reservations, call Woman’s Club of Vista President Lori Sanna at 760.295.8686 by Friday, June 7.

Escondido Youth Media Festival on Friday, June 7 – Produced by the Escondido Education Foundation (EEF) in conjunction with the Escondido Union School District, the Escondido Youth Media Festival (EYMF) showcases the digital prowess of EUSD students, some of whom participated in iRead, project LIVE, and My Story. The 21st century skills developed by EYMF participants help make them college and career ready. The date is Friday, June 7, free and open to the public; from 4-7pm, screening of student projects; 7-8:30pm, festival awards; and 8:30-9pm, reception for all. This event promotes learning through

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Remembering.

The feature article in last weeks “The Paper” made the point that WWII was an event on a scale never before or since experienced in human history. No work of mankind has ever approached in sheer magnitude that of the War between 1938 and 1945. The sixty million dead, the vast destruction and waste of resources are incomprehensible.

America’s subsequent conflicts pale in comparison. President Harry Truman called the Korean War a “police action.” Viet Nam was called the 5% war because of its minimal impact on the American economy. In the seventy-two hour battle for the tiny Pacific island of Tarawa, six thousand Marines died. That is more combat deaths than America

Education Reform and Holding Programs Accountable

California’s education system is underperforming to the detriment of thousands of students across the state. Existing standards, frameworks and intervention programs need to be measured and held accountable before the state spends more money on them. More than 25 percent of students perform at below basic levels in English and math. This statistic cannot continue.

Once students fall behind in critical subject areas, it is nearly impossible for them to catch up to their peers that are at or above grade level. It is important that students graduate from California’s school system with the necessary skills to succeed in our

has experience in the total of all conflicts after Viet Nam including the Beirut barracks, Grenada, Panama, The Gulf War, Somalia, Bosnia, Iraq and Afghanistan.

So what’s the Point? There are two. First, to a soldier and his/her family there is no such thing as a “small war.” Combat is a personal experience and the tragic death of a loved one is not enhanced or diminished by the size of the conflict or the number of casualties. All veterans who lose their lives in service to this country are heroes and deserve equal honor and recognition. That’s what Memorial Day is about. The second point is that the WW II generation is rightly called “America’s Greatest Generation.” It is fitting and proper that between Memorial Day and D-Day we pause to pay special tribute to this entire generation, not just those who died in the combat but also those civilian men and women no longer living who served us so well in war and in peace and for those of that generation living today who serve to remind us of the sacrifices they made to protect our freedom.

and the rest of the nation united to support them at home. Women of all ages went to work in factories to replace the men who went to fight. We recycled tin cans and bacon grease, darkened our homes, rationed fuel, food and clothing and did without luxuries like sugar, nylons and coffee. The entire nation willingly united behind the war effort. There were no peace demonstrations, sit-ins or flag burnings. The generation that united in war, then united in peace. The soldiers who lived the horrors of trench warfare, suicide attacks and death camps came home to build the greatest nation on Earth. Those of us lucky enough to have grown up in post-war America as sons and daughters of “The Greatest Generation” knew a “golden age” in America that may never be matched.

All veterans deserve our respect and recognition but it was more than veterans that created that “Greatest Generation.” The hardships of the times and the horror of war created an entire generation with renewed appreciation for freedom and gratitude for the blessings of America.

Our parents along with most of the “The Greatest Generation” are gone now and those that remain are eighty or older. Nome and I are indeed fortunate to have so many as customers and friends. So the next time you meet a survivor of that generation, remember, they are all part of “America’s Greatest Generation.” Having the opportunity to show them our gratitude and respect is an honor and privilege that may soon no longer be available to us. God Bless America.

The desperation and grinding poverty of the Dust Bowl and the Great Depression seared into their generation a gritty toughness, a survival instinct and strength of character that made America invincible in war. The sons of the depression went overseas to fight for freedom

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My goal is to improve education and ensure students can master the basics of English and math. Any intervention programs implemented to address underperformance should include evidence-based approaches that help students. Simply throwing money at the problem is not reform. Education tools and programs should be selected and funded based on their measured performance. We need to implement successful models that better educate our students. Let’s eliminate ineffective programs and fund those that have a trackrecord of success.

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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Illegal Fire Tax may go Statewide

The fire tax issue continues to be a bone of contention in the State Capitol. The tax was not passed by the constitutionally required two-thirds majority and since it is being imposed only on rural citizens, in my opinion it is both unfair and illegal.

charge” on commercial and residential property insurance bills throughout California.

While this new legislation amounts to an admission that the fire tax is unfair, it is still being passed using the same sleight-of-hand method. Calling this new tax a “surcharge” means that only a simple majority vote is required to pass AB 468. Call it what they want, a tax by any other name is still a tax and enacting new taxes without a twothirds vote is unconstitutional. Like AB 23 and AB 124, AB 468 also passed the Assembly Natural Resources Committee.

Fortunately, two bills that would repeal the fire tax have been progressing. AB 23 and AB 124, which I have coauthored with Assemblymen Tim Donnelly and Mike Morrell respectively, passed the Assembly Natural Resources Committee on The Legislature should repeal April 15th. this unconstitutional tax, not However, conflicting legisla- try to expand it. To follow the tion has also been introduced progress of these bills, visit: that would expand the fire tax www.leginfo.ca.gov statewide. In April, AB 468 Another Mobile District was introduced to eliminate Note: Office will be held by my staff on the rural-only charge and sub- June 4 from 9:30 to 11:30 at the stitute a 4.8 percent “sur- Fallbrook library.


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Surf Museum to Hold Annual Fundraiser Gala – The California Surf Museum invites you to join in celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the now storied and legendary Windansea Surf Club during the 6th Annual Gala Fundraiser, Saturday, June 8, from 5-10pm. Live entertainment, food from several find restaurants, beverage offerings from Kona Brewing and Mattucci’s Wine will be available, as well as non-alcoholic choices. Be among the first as CSM, a 501(c)(3) non-profit, unveils their latest exhibit “The Magic of Windansea: Five Decades of Capers, Shapers & Stories of California’s Legendary Surf Club,” with vintage surfboards, historic photos, artifacts and more while meeting and talking to members and legends. There will be silent and live auction opportunities to win prizes. Ticket prices are $65 for CSM and WSC club members; $90 for nonmembers, and $1,000 for VIP package for up to 10 people. Tickets are on sale; call CSM at 760.721.8276 or online at californiasurfmuseum.org. RSVP by June 1. Antique, Art & Collectibles Show in Escondido - North San Diego Antique, Art, & Collectibles Show is a premier event showcasing antiques, vintage items, memorabilia, unusual collectibles, and more. The show is held the 2nd Sunday

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Johnny Popoff, 61, of San Marcos, Ca., passed away on May 21, 2013.

Rita V. Stack, 78, of Oceanside, CA., passed away on May 23, 2013. Shirley E. Oliver, 77, of Escondido, Ca., passed away on May 21, 2013.

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of each month (next show June 9th) from 9am-3pm at the California Center for the Arts, 340 N Escondido Blvd., Escondido. Parking and admission are free. Professional appraisals are held 10am-2pm at $5 per item, limit 3 items per customer. Vendor space is available by reservation. For more information contact Jane 760415-9879, or visit the website: http://sites.google.com/site/nsdacs/.

Explorers’ Summer Day Camp Begins June 12 – The Boys & Girls Club of San Marcos will be holding an Explorer Summer Day Camp from June 12-August 9, offering a variety of fun, weeklythemed, and educational activities including science, technology, engineering, math, arts and crafts, sports, computers, game room, and more. The annual membership fee is $40. The general Summer Day Camp weekly fee is $70/per Club member with no field trips included. For Club members ages 7-9 who want Field Trip Adventures, the price is $90/week and includes one field trip/week, primarily on Wednesdays. For Club members 10 years and up who want Field Trip Adventures, the price is $100/week and includes two field trips/week on Tuesdays and Thursdays. The program is open Monday-Friday, 6:30am-7pm. Members must be at least 6 years old and enrolled in first grade. Summer registration packets are available at the front desk of Jennifer Loscher Branch, 1 Positive Place, San Marcos, and online at www.boysgirlsclubsm.org. Scholarships are available. Annual memberships are valid July 1-June 30. For assistance, call 760.471.2490, ext. 300 or email Outreach & Area Director Jack Nguyen at jack@boysgirlsclubsm.org. Register today as space is limited. Rob Hutsel to Speak at Escondido Senior Anglers Meeting - The Escondido Senior Anglers will meet on Friday, June 14th at 9:30am at the Senior Center, 210 Park Ave, Escondido. This energetic over-50 crowd of men and women participate in both fresh & saltwater fishing, youth trout derbies, various picnics, RV camp-outs and other community service

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Death Notices

Mary J. Wagner, 88, of Ramona, Ca., passed away on May 20, 2013.

Robert Hipchen, 86, of Borrego Springs, CA., passed away on May 20, 2013. Dennis H. Murty, 68, of Escondido, Ca. passed away on May 19, 2013. Alicia Espinoza, 84, of San Marcos, Ca., passed away on May 21, 2013. James E. Mahlmeister, 87, of Oceanside, Ca., passed away on May 25th, 2013.

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Clarence G. Whitescarver, 86, of Vista, Ca., passed away on May 19th, 2013.

Elbert Darrell Lott, 57, of Oceanside, Ca., passed away on May 23rd, 2013. Anne-Margrethe McClelland, 71, of Vista, CA., has passed.

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events. Guests are always welcome; call Ron Casapulla at 760.736.4009 for information. The special speaker will be Mr. Rob Hutsel, Executive Director of the San Diego River Park Foundation, who will talk about his organization’s efforts to improve the 52 mile long stretch of the S.D.River for future fisheries and recreational activities.

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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2013-013364

The name of the business: U.S. Hobby Distributor, ModelRockets.us, Discount Rocketry, Laser Machining Services, located at 1755 Watson Way, Vista, Ca. 92083, is hereby registered by the following: James Fredrick and Ruby Ramona Myres 1755 Watson Way Vista, Ca. 92083 This business is conducted by a Married Couple. First day of business was 12/01/04. /s/Ruby Ramona Myres This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 5/03/2013. 5/09, 5/16, 5/23 and 5/30/2013

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2013-013169

The name of the business: Maxx Jett, located at 817 Bel Esprit Circle, San Marcos, Ca. 92069, is hereby registered by the following: Eddie Mac Burton 817 Bel Esprit Circle San Marcos, CA. 92069 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was n/a. /s/Eddie Mac Burton This statement was filed with Ernest Jr., County Dronenburg J. Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 5/02/2013. 5/09, 5/16, 5/23 and 5/30/2013

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2013-011639

The name of the business: Proficient Door Installation, located at 801 Hillside Terrace #61, Vista, Ca. 92084, is hereby registered by the following: Ronald Hofstee 801 HIllside Terrace #61 Vista, CA. 92084 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was 10/27/98. /s/Ronald Hofstee This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 4/18/2013. 5/09, 5/16, 5/23 and 5/30/2013

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2013-012496

The name of the business: Gallo Plastics, located at 610 Sunset Ct, San Marcos, Ca. 92069, is hereby registered by the following: George Gallegos 610 Sunset Ct. San Marcos, CA. 92069 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was 12/1/12. /s/George Gallegos This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 4/25/2013. 5/09, 5/16, 5/23 and 5/30/2013

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2013-013052

The name of the business: Jesus Name Mission, located at 205 W. Mission Ave., Suite P, Escondido, Ca. 92025, is hereby registered by the following: Hoon and Sophia Hwayeon Lim 205 W. Mission Ave., Suite P Escondido, CA. 92025 This business is conducted by a Married Couple. First day of business was n/a. /s/Hoon Lim This statement was filed with Ernest Jr., County Dronenburg J. Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 5/01/2013. 5/09, 5/16, 5/23 and 5/30/2013

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2013-011161

The name of the business: Scottie’s Auto Salon, located at 1106 S. Coast Hiway, Oceanside, Ca. 92054, is hereby registered by the following: Scott A. McLean 1536 Loch Ness Dr. Fallbrook, Ca. 92028 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was 4/2/2013. /s/Scott A. McLean This statement was filed with Ernest Jr., County Dronenburg J. Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 4/15/2013. 5/09, 5/16, 5/23 and 5/30/2013

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LEGAL NOTICES

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2013-014013

The name of the business: Hollywood HIlls San Marcos, located at 3419 N. Twin Oaks Valley Rd., San Marcos, Ca. 92069, is hereby registered by the following: Vanessa and Lawrence Wood 3419 N. Twin Oaks Valley Rd. San Marcos, CA. 92069 This business is conducted by a Married Couple. First day of business was n/a. /s/Vanessa Wood This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 5/10/2013. 5/16, 5/23, 5/30 and 6/06/2013

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2013-013970

The name of the business: Danny’s Transportation, located at 125 Smilax Rd., Vista, Ca. 92083, is hereby regis-

tered by the following: Keegan Daniel Paramo 125 Smilax Rd.

Vista, CA. 92083

This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was n/a. /s/Keegan Daniel Paramo

This statement was filed with Ernest

J.

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County

Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 5/10/2013.

5/16, 5/23, 5/30 and 6/06/2013

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2013-013734

The name of the business: Brad McMurrey, located at 7890 Paseo Almendro, Carlsbad, Ca. 92009, is hereby registered by the following: Tyrone L. McMurrey 7890 Paseo Almendor Carlsbad, CA. 92009 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was 5/8/2013. /s/Tyrone L. McMurrey This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 5/08/2013. 5/16, 5/23, 5/30 and 6/06/2013

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2013-014030

The name of the business: Resort Properties, MAXAM, located at 3647 Laketree Drive, Fallbrook, Ca. 92028, is hereby registered by the following: Scott C. Meisterlin 3647 Laketree Drive Fallbrook, Ca. 92028 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was n/a. /s/Scott C. Meisterlin This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 5/10/2013. 5/16, 5/23, 5/30 and 6/06/2013

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2013-013846

The name of the business: Tasty Pho, located at 1250 South Santa Fe, Unit K, Vista, Ca. 92084, is hereby registered by the following: John Nguyen 415 Plymouth Dr., #7 Vista, Ca. 92083 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was n/a. /s/John Nguyen This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 5/09/2013. 5/16, 5/23, 5/30 and 6/06/2013

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2013-013172

The name of the business: Jumping Time By JC, Ditto Bows By JC, located at 757 Via Bahia, San Marcos, Ca 92069, is hereby registered by the following: Jessica Casarin 757 Via Bahia San Marcos, Ca. 92069 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was n/a. /s/Jessica Casarin This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 5/02/2013. 5/16, 5/23, 5/30 and 6/06/2013

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2013-014054

The name of the business: The Plumbing Heating and Air Doctor, Advanced Heating and Air Solutions, The Plumbing Doctor, The Heating and Air Doctor, located at 2049 Fuerte Ln., Escondido, CA. 92026, is hereby registered by the following: West Coast Plumbing Heating and Air 2049 Fuerte Ln. Escondido, Ca. 92026 This business is conducted by a corporation. First day of business was n/a. /s/Frank Collurafili, President This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 5/06/2013. 5/09, 5/16, 5/23 and 5/30/2013

The name of the business: Camp Grandma, located at 740-140 Breeze Hill Road, Vista, Ca. 92081, is hereby registered by the following: Lucia Orozco 740-140 Breeze Hill Road Vista, Ca. 92081 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was n/a. /s/Lucia Orozco This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 5/10/2013. 5/16, 5/23, 5/30 and 6/06/2013

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2013-013086

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2013-013996

The name of the business: Stout Art, located at 2148 Coast Ave., San Marcos, Ca. 92078, is hereby registered by the following: Braden and Lisa Stout 2148 Coast Ave. San Marcos, CA. 92078 This business is conducted by a Married Couple. First day of business was n/a. /s/Lisa Stout This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 5/01/2013. 5/09, 5/16, 5/23 and 5/30/2013

The name of the business: RMX, Rotten Industries, located at 3529 Cannon Rd., Ste 2B180, Oceanside, Ca. 92056, is hereby registered by the following: Robert L. Hampton III 3555 Winslow Rd Oceanside, Ca. 92056 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was n/a. /s/Robert L. Hampton III This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 5/10/2013. 5/16, 5/23, 5/30 and 6/06/2013

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2013-014125

The name of the business: Santa Ana Fresh Mexican Food, located at 815 N. Santa Fe, Vista, Ca. 92084, is hereby registered by the following: JCP Mexican Restaurant, LLC 815 N. Santa Fe Vista, CA. 92084 This business is conducted by a Limited Liability Company. First day of business was 5/10/13. /s/Julio C. Posada, President This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 5/13/2013. 5/16, 5/23, 5/30 and 6/06/2013

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2013-013046

The name of the business: Starfish Resources SD, MJ Consulting & Care Management, located at 2608 Luciernaga St., Carlsbad, Ca. 92009, is hereby registered by the following: Starfish Resources, LLC 2608 Luciernaga St. Carlsbad, Ca. 92008 This business is conducted by a Limited Liability Company. First day of business was 1/01/13. /s/Maribel Pearson, CEO This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 5/01/2013. 5/16, 5/23, 5/30 and 6/06/2013

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2013-014230

The name of the business: Danny’s Donuts, located at 102A Eucalyptus Ave., Vista, CA. 92084, is hereby registered by the following: Marilyn C. Abeyta 102 A Eucalyptus Ave. Vista, CA. 92084 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was 3/28/05. /s/Marilyn C. Abeyta, Owner This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 5/13/2013. 5/23, 5/30, 6/06 and 6/13/2013

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2013-014660

The name of the business: Farmer Boys Escondido, located at 925 W. Mission Ave., Escondido, Ca. 92025, is hereby registered by the following: Elan, Inc. 925 W. Mission Ave. Escondido, Ca. 92501 This business is conducted by a corporation. First day of business was n/a. /s/Andreas Andreou, President This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 5/16/2013. 5/23, 5/30, 6/06 and 6/13/2013

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2013-013890

The name of the business: CDD Tofu & Grill, located at 7655 Clairmont Mesa Blvd, #401, San Diego, Ca. 920111, is hereby registered by the following: CAF 88 International Inc., 3246 Sitio Avellana Carlsbad, CA. 92009 This business is conducted by a corporation. First day of business was 5/9/13. /s/Christine U. Ahn, Secretary This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 5/09/2013. 5/23, 5/30, 6/06 and 6/13/2013

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2013-012237

The name of the business: Sports Bridge Entertainment Group, located at 2045 Sunset Dr., Escondido, CA. 92025, is hereby registered by the following: Thomas P. Milks II 2045 Sunset Dr. Escondido, Ca. 92025 Hector M. Castro 1645 Sunnyside Ave. San Marcos, Ca. 92078 This business is conducted by a General Partnership. First day of business was 4/19/13. /s/Thomas P. Milks, II, President This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 4/24/2013. 5/23, 5/30, 6/06 and 6/13/2013

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2013-014173

The name of the business: Premier Real Estate Services, Premier San Diego County Real Estate, Premiere San Diego Properties, Premier San Diego Real Estate, located at 10815 Rancho Bernardo Rd. #390, San Diego, Ca. 92127, is hereby registered by the following: Marcor Ventjures, Inc., 10815 Rancho Bernardo Rd., #390 San Diego, CA. 92127 This business is conducted by a corporation. First day of business was n/a. /s/Victor Marquez, Vice President This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 5/13/2013. 5/23, 5/30, 6/06 and 6/13/2013

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2013-014567

The name of the business: Pro-Pacific Pressure Washing, located at 75 El Prado Ln., Oceanside, CA. 92058, is hereby registered by the following: Bruce W. and Angela Hurst 75 El Prado Ln. Oceanside, Ca. 92058 This business is conducted by a Married Couple. First day of business was n/a. /s/Bruce W. Hurst This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 5/16/2013. 5/23, 5/30, 6/06 and 6/13/2013

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2013-014609

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2013-014256

The name of the business: CC Homes and Contracting, located at 221 Smilax Rd., Apt 116, Vista, Ca. 92083, is hereby registered by the following: Nestor Chavez 221 Smilax Rd. Apt 116 Vista, CA. 92083 Sergio E. Castaneda 1025 Bulder Pl. Oceanside, Ca. 92057 This business is conducted by a General Parntership. First day of business was 10/27/12. /s/Nestor Chavez This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 5/16/2013. 5/23, 5/30, 6/06 and 6/13/2013

The name of the business: Pizza On Tap, located at 1825 West Vista Way #A2,Vista, Ca. 92083, is hereby registered by the following: Michael Edward and Michael Evette McInerny 6646 Camino Del Rey Bonsall, CA. 92003 This business is conducted by a Married Couple. First day of business was n/a. /s/Michael Edward McInerny, Owner This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 5/14/2013. 5/30, 6/06 6/13 and 6/20/2013

The name of the business: The House of Flowers, located at 332 Mimosa Ave., Vista, Ca. 92081, is hereby registered by the following: Maria Rosario Castro 332 Mimosa Ave. Vista, Ca. 92081 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was 3/01/06. /s/Maria Rosario Castro This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 5/20/2013. 5/23, 5/30, 6/06 and 6/13/2013

The name of the business: Red Beard Leather, located at 935 Alta Vista Dr. #3, Vista, Ca. 92084, is hereby registered by the following: Jorah and Aaron Newsom 935 Alta Vista Dr. #3 Vista, Ca. 92084 This business is conducted by a Married Couple. First day of business was October 16, 2012. /s/Jorah Newsom This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 5/21/2013. 5/30, 6/06 6/13 and 6/20/2013

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2013-014865

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2013-014860

The name of the business: 9th Ave Car Wash, located at 610 W. 9th Ave., Escondido, Ca. 92025, is hereby registered by the following: Apeg Equity, Inc. 11901 Santa Monica Bld. #610 Los Angeles, Ca. 90025 This business is conducted by a corporaration. First day of business was 5/10/2013. /s/Steward Atkins, President This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 5/20/2013. 5/23, 5/30, 6/06 and 6/13/2013

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2013-015403

The name of the business: Love Thy Health, Love Thy Health Wellness, located at 1715 Blue Water Ln., San Marcos, Ca. 92078, is hereby registered by the following: Alicia Stephens 1715 Blue Water Ln. San Marcos, Ca. 92078 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was n/a. /s/Alicia Stephens This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 5/24/2013. 5/30, 6/06 6/13 and 6/20/2013

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2013-014790

The name of the business: Leonard Thomas, located at 1870 Buckskin Glen, Escondido, Ca. 92027, is hereby registered by the following: Thomas Dawson 1870 Buckskin Glen Escondido, Ca. 92027 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was n/a. /s/Thomas Dawson This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 5/17/2013. 5/30, 6/06 6/13 and 6/20/2013

NOTICE OF APPLICATION TO SELL ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES Date of Filing Application: May 23, 2013 To Whom It May Concern:

The Name of the Applicant is: PPEGG INC. The applicant listed above is applying to the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control to sell alcoholic beverages at: 760 N. TWIN OAKS VALLEY RD. STE D SAN MARCOS, CA. 920691755 Type of license applied for: 41-ON SALE BEER AND WINE, EATING PLACE 5/30/2013

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2013-014880

The name of the business: Paolos Auto Service Inc., Colosseum Motor Sports, located at 371 South Rancho Santa Fe, San Marcos, Ca. 92078, is hereby registered by the following: Paolos Auto Service Inc. 22564 Inspiration Pt. Canyon Lake, CA. 92587 This business is conducted by a corporaton. First day of business was 5/01/2004. /s/Paolo Fresa, President This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 5/20/2013. 5/30, 6/06 6/13 and 6/20/2013

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2013-014042

The name of the business: RB PCB Consultant, located at 636 Imperial Dr., Escondido, Ca. 92026, is hereby registered by the following: Ricardo Bondoc 636 Imperial Dr. Escondido, Ca. 92026 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was n/a. /s/Ricardo Bondoc This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 5/10/2013. 5/30, 6/06 6/13 and 6/20/2013

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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2013-014310

The name of the business: Because We Care 4 You, located at 1261 San Julian Place, San Marcos, Ca. 92078, is hereby registered by the following: Barbara Pigeon 1261 San Julian Place, San Marcos, Ca. 92078 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was 5/14/2013. /s/Barbara Pigeon This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 5/14/2013. 5/30, 6/06 6/13 and 6/20/2013

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2013-015333

The name of the business: Sundance Organics, located at 2231 Willowbrook Drive, Oceanside, Ca. 92056, is hereby registered by the following: Sundance Natural Foods Company LLC 2231 Willowbrook Drive Oceanside, Ca. 92056 This business is conducted by a corporation. First day of business was n/a.. /s/William Henry Hahlbohm, IV, President This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 5/23/2013. 5/30, 6/06 6/13 and 6/20/2013

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2013-014822

The name of the business: Armor Personal Security, located at 240 Violet Ave., San Marcos, Ca. 92078, is hereby registered by the following: Regina Orozco 240 Violet Ave. San Marcos, Ca. 92078 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was 5/20/13. /s/Regina Orozco This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 5/20/2013. 5/30, 6/06 6/13 and 6/20/2013

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2013-015468

The name of the business: Agape Creative Concepts, located at 1152 Grape St., San Marcos, Ca. 92069, is hereby registered by the following: Wendy Folise 1152 Grape St. San Marcos, Ca. 92069 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was n/a. /s/Wendy Folise This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 5/24/2013. 5/30, 6/06 6/13 and 6/20/2013

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