will_paginate paginates all instead of subclass

I'm still a newb but having fun - Any help on this problem will be
much appreciated.
I have mymodel Call.rb

class Call < ActiveRecord::Base
    belongs_to :user
    has_many:visits, :dependent => :destroy
    has_many:visits do
        def latest
            find :all, :order => 'id DESC', :limit => 3
        end

        def all_latest
            find :all, :order => 'id DESC'
        end
    end
def self.search(search, page)
    paginate :per_page => 4, :page => page,
             :conditions => ['name like ?', "%#{search}%"],
             :order => 'name'
end
end

And my controller for CallsController with index action

class CallsController < ApplicationController
  before_filter :login_required, :only =>
[ :new, :create, :show, :index, :list, :all_show, :edit, :update, :delete ]

  def index

     @calls = Call.search(params[:search], params[:page])

  end

my view page for index is

<% form_tag calls_path, :method => 'get' do %>
    <p>
        <%= text_field_tag :search, params[:search] %>
        <%= submit_tag "Search", :name => nil %>
    </p>
<% end %>

<% for call in @calls %>
    <%= link_to h(call.name), :action => 'show', :id => call %>
<% end %>

<br />

<%= will_paginate @calls %>

And what happens is that the paginate shows all the calls in the
database for all the users but I only want
it to paginate the current users calls. I've tried all sorts of
things but not sure what to do. any suggestions will be
appreciated. if you need more of my code let me know. I used the
rails cast and obie Fernandez book and
looked on line

I got my call index view to only display the calls for the curren_user
but it does not paginate them into pages.
I want 4 per page as noted in my model but all of the calls show on
the first page. Can anyone notice why

i changed the view line <% for call in @calls %>
to
<% for call in @current_user.calls %> and then the link which works
fine but then when I have the
<%= will_paginate @calls %> it messes up
Any Ideas would be greatly appreciated
Owen