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February 22, 2012 POPE TREE SERVICE All Your Tree Service Needs I 00_Commercial & Residential00 II I  Oak and Pine our Speclalty II I  CA. State License #704192  If I  Fully Insured for Your Protection  II ,'i; Workers Comp. II y00765"O63800 IDiffic-/tRe m ovals _11 [ Brush Cl'ring " =',l j WE ACCEPT Groceries Fresh Produce Sundries Beer. Wine. Liquor Dry Cleaning. hotto. Scratchers Full Service "Best in theCounty"Meat Department [I.S.D.A. Choice Beef Buffalo Meat Special and Holiday Orders, Cut to your Specifications OPEN DAILY 6a.m. TO 8p.m. On ALL TYPES OF TAX RETURN PREPARATION QuickBooks Training & Setup Incorporation Services Business Planning IRS AUDIT REPRESENTATION, APPEALS, RECONSIDERATIONS 619-445-5523 ph. 619-445-1421 fax. ww%01bts.c0m TAX PREPARATION STARTS AT $60 INCLUDES 1040EZ, CA RETURN, EFILE AND OPTIONAL DIRECT DEPOSIT Josephine V. Royer July 1, 1941 - February 14 2012 Josephine V. Royer born to Edward Maxcy and Martha Orte July 1, 1941 in Warner Springs California was sent home with angels on Valentines Day February 14 2012. Jo fought a coura battle with cancer, but alas like many others she lost her fight this vicious disease. A retired EXecutive house keeper she worked at the exclusive Two Bunch Palms resort in Desert Hot springs for over 18 years. A great lover of life enjoyed gardening and was an avid reader, and spending time with her family and grandchildren and great-grandchildren was one of her greatest joys in life. Proceeded in death by hers son Thomas Osuna, Grandson John W Osuna and Survived by her husband, companion and friend of 38 years Donald Royer, Son Chico and Daughter-in-law Brenda Osuna all from Santa Ysabel Reservation, Daughter Erin Bailey of Escondido Grand- daughters Briana Osuna, Carolyn (Chris) Stalcup, Tawny Osuna, Bibana (Raisin) Herrera, Felicia Valle, Brittany (Joe) Weir, Grandsons Thomas (Tammy) Osuna, and Johnny Osuna. Jonathan (Stephanie) Romero, God-son Cody Maxcy, Brothers Brian (Debbie) Beresford, Howard Maxcy, Sisters Patricia Sexton, Rodie Ragsdale and many nieces and nephews. As per Jo's requests there will be no public doings. The family will have a private spreading of her ashes and clothes burningl We thank you for all your prayers and support, if you wish to help please donate to the Elizabeth Hospice organization in Escondido California. - r . lV00y Thoughts by Michele Harvey My New Washing Machine Last week I wrote about my broken washing machine. It kept pumping water, even when I turned the machine off. Since my washing machine was more than 20 years old, husband Mike decided to replace it. Not the most romantic Valentine's gift, yet one I really appreciate. The new washing machine was delivered Friday morning and since rd lost sig ht of my laundry hamper in the corner of the bedroom under the increasing pile of dirty clothes, it was time to learn how to use my new washing machine. The first thing I noticed about my new Kenmore washing machine is that it seems bigger than my old Maytag. It is taller and where the top meets the front and sides, it is rounded. My old machine had very 90 degree edges. It always seemed like it was at attention and ready to work. The drum inside my new washer seems a whole lot bigger, partly because it doesn't have a tall agitator. Instead of having an agitator post stretching all the way up the middle of the washing machine, this machine has an agitator that sits up just a few inches like a wide cone. Clothes don't get stuck when spun around it because they sit on top of the cone and the drum/tub doesn't go off balance. Mike and I have a king size comforter on our bed that was way too big to fit into my 20 year old large capacity Maytag. Without the tall agitator, our new machine has no problem washing large items like our comforter. This is great! I've called my new washing machine a new age machine. It senses the clothes inside. It doesn't have anything on it that says "sensor", instead it has a place that lights up that says "sensing" The machine makes a series of short slow spins to estimate the size of the clothes load I put inside. These are called sensing spins, rve also noticed the machine making sounds that sound somewhere between groans and snoring in 20 or 30 second spurts. This could be my new age machine's version of chanting. I don't know because} rm not a chanter and don't really know what a washing machine chant might sound like, but a friend mentioned the possible chanting, so I'm passing that thought on. I've been using my new washing machine for nearly a week now. The instructions tell me that it needs to be cleaned once a month with a special packet of washing machine cleaner. The recommended cleaner packets are made by TIDE, and yes, the machine has a cycle made just for cleaning the machine. In past years I was taught to clean my washing machine with vinegar to get rid of old soap and minerals, just as I was taught to clean my coffee maker occasionally by running a pot full of vinegar through the coffee maker to get rid of minerals. Well, now if TIDE can make a few extra dollars by making a washing machine cleaning product, then I applaud them for making this product and doing their best to convince us all that we absolutely have to have it. My new machine requires me to use a HE ihigh efficiency) detergent. If I usea detergent that isn't high efficiency, then I am doomed to over sudsing my clothes. I certainly don't want to over suds my clothes, and in the process, possibly over suds my laundry room floor with sudsy run off from my efficient machine. So far, the detergents that we have found that are High Efficiency are also highly perfumed. I don't like large amounts of aroma in my laundry detergent. Some very flowery scents actually make me nauseous. However, Mike found an Arm and Hammer Cool Breeze scent that I can live with. Think of the money I will save because buying any perfume or cologne will be a waste of money since my detergent's aroma will always be stronger than any other scent I might think4want to weir. Nearly all of my clothes are of the Wash and Wear type, so at some point in time all of my wardrobe will smell like a cool breeze, or some other pleasant, but overly strong scent. 'm not sliding easily into the age of technological progress. I have a cell phone, but I don't remember my phone number. I took one photo of one of our cats with my cell phone. I can almost tell that the photo is of my cat. All other photos are of the inside of my purse. I do not text with my cell phone. I'd rather talk with people. I seldom use my steam iron because it has so many different kinds of settings that go way beyond what I want to use. So, when my new washing machine arrived with its touch pads rather than knobs and buttons, I was prepared to hate it. Right away I saw that my detergent wouldn't work in it, so as I grumbled about wasting money, Mike drove to the store and bought a HE detergent. When I complained that I gagged while wearing the clothes he washed in the new HE detergent, he quietly slipped out of our house and bought me another HE detergent that he hoped has a scent I can handle. Points for Mike. He bought me a great new washing machine, paying particular attention to how a person uses it. He bought a machine that I am willing to learn about,. and then he made sure that he found and bought a detergent that I won't gripe about, and now we have both run loads of laundry through it and compared notes on how tobest use it. The Kenmore washing machine that Mike bought for me is large capacffy without costing the most, which would have given me a new reason to complain. It's also bright white which is the only color of washing machine that I ever want to own. rm not kicking and screaming into this new age of better technology, but I do remember when my life was easier because I didn't need to make so very many decisions about what settings to use on my steam iron and on my washing machine. Thankfully I still have a clothes dryer that has a mere three temperatures.., low, medium and high. My clothesline, which is my preferred drying method for my linens, has two settings. Sunny and cloudy. That's my idea of life's simplicity and just as much technology as I like in that area of my life. These are my thoughts. Valentines Can Be Horses Jenifer Smith, of Integrity Stables, once again offered an all-day horse camp to teach and spread her love for horses/These tough students came despite the cold and rain to work with the horses and to learn horse riding, handling, and stewardship from Jenifer. Jenifer Smith is a long-time resident, a certified trainer, and an experienced horsewoman who encourages her students to find their inner strength and confidance while developing their skills and knowledge of these beautiful animals. It was the perfect way to celebrate Valentine's Day/ The Julian News 5 CHRISTINE CATALINA TAX ADVISOR ACCOUNTING SERVICES FINANCIAL PLANNING TAX PLANNING *3 TAX PREPARATION SCAN WITH YOUR 2015 Main Street, Suite F SMARTPHONE ,),, P.O. Box 2456 Julian, CA 92036 TO MAKE AN APPOI NTME NT AND FOR OFFERS Get the free QR reader at your smartphone app store www.ccta.mobi (760) 765-o5o No smartphone Enter www.ccta.mobi in your PC " or Mac browser for appointment |B 3i100'00- r3c'! or I'l" ! Mhop T -O00al Washington Street 760"766-12100- Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 and Sat 9:00 to 5:00 OPEN SUNDAYS ! 0 to 4 Snow Cats