Your April 15 edition carried a headline, "Judge Curbs Spending by Slum Landlord Schaefer."
I am not a slum landlord, and have not owned any substandard or deficient property for the past five years; I sold out the Los Angeles buildings that were plagued with vandalism and violence, situated between the territories of the 18th Street and the Playboy gangs that we read about in current coverage. I tried, and lost, and gave up on Los Angeles low-income property.
My San Diego family investments are models in efficiency and quality, and readers are invited to visit the Riviera Apartments at 12th and A or the Centre City Apartments at 1450 4th Ave.
My achievements are more in the field of constitutional law, as a San Diego attorney for more than 20 years. Or as the youngest man to ever be elected city councilman, serving two terms with 78% citywide reelection.