Here's the first of probably many reminders: Before going to bed Saturday, set the clocks back for the resumption of Pacific Standard Time.
Sure it's a hassle, but imagine owning a clock shop.
An informal survey of local clock-store owners revealed that they don't reset their merchandise.
"I just change one clock in the store--for myself," said Kingo Uchida, owner of the Time Shop in Port Hueneme. "If I changed all of them, I'd have to change 20 to 30 clocks and then 40 to 50 wristwatches."
We recently received a letter from the Moorpark Woman's Fortnightly Club describing what the group is all about. We know now that the club is 85 years old and that members are involved with the arts, conservation, education and other social issues.
We also know the organization is "nonprofit, nonpolitical, nondenominational and, of course, nonracist."
That's a good thing. Racists traditionally make poor community service leaders.
Like teacher, like student, and vice versa.
John Solem, a California Lutheran University art instructor, mand Jerry Sawitz, a student of his in the early 1970s, will show their artwork together in a ceramic show Saturday and Sunday at Images West Galleries in Thousand Oaks.