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December 3, 1990 | PATRICK McDONNELL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Pablo Martinez has slept in the brush and beneath the citrus groves, like many other Mexican farm laborers in the San Diego area, but he says it is no way for his wife and two children to live. The family now lives on the Rincon Indian reservation in a battered trailer in an isolated backcountry enclave east of Valley Center and Escondido.
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December 3, 1990 | PATRICK McDONNELL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Pablo Martinez has slept in the brush and beneath the citrus groves, like many other Mexican farm laborers in the San Diego area, but he says it is no way for his wife and two children to live. The family now lives on the Rincon Indian reservation in a battered trailer in an isolated backcountry enclave east of Valley Center and Escondido.
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March 25, 1986 | BARBARA BRY
Two and a half years ago, Everly and Madeline Terry, aged 77 and 80, faced a dilemma about where to live. With Everly's bad back and Madeline's dislike of cooking and cleaning, the house where they had lived for 25 years was becoming a burden. Yet a nursing home didn't seem to be the answer. The Terrys believed they were much too fit and able, enjoying walks around the neighborhood, participating in church activities and attending plays and concerts.
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