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2 The Julian News Art Gallery ,.oJ Books TWO IJNIQIJIC SItOPS IN ONE LOCATION 2216 Main Street Julian 760 765-1874 The Julian l BOOKHOUSEI superb reading material 1 Selling Rare and Good Used Books Diana &amp; Don Garrett - Owners 2230 Main Street P.O. Box 2003 Julian. CA 92036 760-765-1989 Garden & Gifts 765 0480 Garden Shop & Gallery Friday to Monday 11-4 2116 5rhird Street Home Decor IN THC FiNF_,5 & 800.939.5894 3411 Hwy 79 S Art Gaflery Santa Ysabel Art Gallery 30352 Hwy. 78 (at Hwy. 79) P.O. Box 480 Santa Ysabel, CA 92070 765 1676 OPEN Thursday - Monday 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. Featuring the Finest Local Artists Business Services 1459 Hollow Glen Road Julian, CA. 92036 (760) 765 2620 fax (760) 765 1838 COPIES COLOR COPIES FED EX UPS SHIPPINGd'PACKAB|NG CONFIDENTIAL FAX @ DFFIP, E SUPPLIES PRINTINB LAMINATINB " RESUMES FLYERS & NOTICES MAiL SERVICES (SULK/PICKUP) LEBAL BUSINESS & TAX FORMS BUSINESS CARDS & RUBBER STAMPS SECRETARIAL & COMPUTER SERVICES OPEN Monlhy-lklg 8:30 TO 5 Candy- Fudge \\; \\;\ \\; I just wanted to say a special thanks to everyone and all the business that supported me in the Miss San Diego Pageant. Dr. Goldenberg gave me a beautiful white smile, China Blue Salon got me all ready with hair and nails, Babes-n-Bikini's for the "special look", My Three Extra Duds (Mathew, Tom, and Kenny) and the Julian Cider Mill for sponsoring me, and to everyone who came to SDSU to watch the performance. It meant a lot having all the support! Thank You, Casey Peyakov 765 0785 The American Legion Family is comprised of volunteers that are your neighbors, friends and fellow Julianites. These volunteers give back to their community in I 2116 Main Street many ways whether it is actually 4im--I T,,,=t,,  I ...tof.Etov r::i I .Hnstalrs. volunteering their time for the many functions held by the OPEN EVERY DAY American Legion and its family or financially donating money and products to the fundraising Motorcycle Apparel Wood-Burning Stoves events and meals. One of the ways the Legion Family is able to HOG Leaglers, Apparel communicate the special events I[T Gifts&Jewelry and functions are by posting  !I dlh =C_ IE!L.. flyers throughout Julian and the surrounding communities due to " the lack of funds to advertise in 2000 Main St. the Newspaper Lately the flyers t 760=765-2966 have been disappearing shortly after they have been posted ..on comer of The flyers are the only means mm Main & C St. of communicating our upcoming Wood Stoves & Outdoor Furniture , .WOOD STOVES FIREPLACES *BARBEQUES OUTDOOR FURNITURE KITCHEN & G!FTWARE 2115 lain Street P,(), I()x 189. Julian, (?A 92036 (760) 765" 1022 www.julianhogheaven.corn events to the public and are very integral in allowing the Representing Victims of Serious Injuries Home Owner's Fire Insurance Claims Joseph T. Dibos Attorney At Law 619-235-0307 j dibos @ diboslaw.com 2445 5th Avenue, Suite 450 San Diego, CA 92101 The Justice and Compensation You Deserve WE INVITE YOUR OPINION/ The views expressed by our contributing writers are their own and not necessarily those of The Julian News management. We invite all parties to submit their opinions and comments to The Julian News All contributed items are subject to editorial approval prior to acceptance for publication. Letters must include your name and contact information. Letters may be mailed to: Julian News P.O. Box 639 Julian, CA 92036 emai/: /etters@ju/iannews.com in person: Julian News Office (in Soundings Complex) 1453 Hollow Glen Road (9am - 3:30pro Mon-Fri) Deadline is Friday Noon for the next weeks issue Legion Family to make money for those in our community that have been faced with unforeseen challenges in life. Due to the generosity of the members The Legion Family has been able to help many needy causes and people, as well as the Boy scouts, a single mother who was hit by a drunk driver, a very ill young girl, one of their own members who had an unexpected illness and could not pay the medical bills, provide scholarships to the local High School students, as well as raise funds for educational trips for the Junior High students, promote community and Veteran awareness, give to the Veterans that are infirmed in VA Hospitals, educate children as to the importance of our active, retired and infirmed military as well as to promote community togetherness within Julian and visiting Legion members. The Legion is not looking for a pat on the back or accolades, they would just like the community to pull together and take care of our own. Help those who help others by promoting the events, attending the events or if you are eligible please join the Legion Family so you can contribute to many important causes and families. Dusty Keane Legionnaire and SAL Member __- ..,.__ ,,.;  [][]  MAILED 52 WEEKS - $40.00 ---/.!!m)l,,ll_ ' First Class Delivery- $120.00 Mall Subscription To: Julian News P.O.Box 639 Julian, CA 92036-0639 [PLEASE PRINT] NAME: Contactin E The lulian News ADDRESS: City State Zip +4 TELEPHONE: ( ) PAYMENT METHOD VISA ]--I CHECK [ MONEY ORDER [ CASH rl MASTERcARD OEorr CARD NUMBER: -- _ .... -- -- EXPIRATION DATE: __..____ IGICTURE: For information, call (760) 765-2231 February 25, 2009 / 92036 / / Derek Leonard passed away on February 17. Judy is doing well as she can. He passed at home. Any cards can be sent in care of: Dorothy Bent PC Box 1315 Julian, CA 92036 I will be forwarding them along to Judy. Her daughter Carrie moved up to Washington to help her mom with Derek. She will be staying on. Dorothy Bent Free National Helpline Available For Seniors Who May Have A Gambling Problem COFFEE HOUSE Break00a00 now 00erving Pancakea, 1921 Main St call out ordera: 1906 (NAPSA)-Seniors are one of the fastest-growing groups of gamblers. Between 1974 and ," --;L;( 1994, the percentage of seniors | wh "recently gambled" jumped I I from 20 to 50 percent And a recent R1STORANTE 1TAL1ANO study found gambling to be the I 0UNCING - HAPPY HOURS most frequently identified social i I dllilglT' Weekdays3 6 Ii activity among adults over 65, w,th ca.,no00an0 00in0o00ur00assin0 , All nee-. Wi.e. Well .ri.00s, movies, lunch, shopping and golf , II)11 Any Pizza or Calzone ' as preferred social activities. There are a number of reasons I 2718 Street 765-1oo3 .,z Accer4d I why seniors may be vulnerable to gambling problems: Senior | | citizens are oftemcatered to by casinos with bus transportation free or discounted meals, 'special rewards and other prizes that attract older individuals. Gambling may provide a distraction to escape Call - Burt Huff ! For 30 years I have been taking care of San Diego and the backcountry's water problems big or small. Badtaste. odor, hard water, iron ... no mater what your water problem I can ................ guarantee the highest quality products at the best price. REPAIR ALL MAKES & MODELS 760078905010 www.haguewatersandiego.com "  SALES SERVICE Residential & Commercial Water Treatment Systems - Water Testing License No. 415453 Wind Power Power Windspire ISSN 1937-8416 , the loss of a spouse or a medical concern. Some may have financial problems they are seeking to overcome. The attention of casino staff may reduce feelings of loneliness. Cognitive impairment may prevent the recognition of a gambling problem. Seniors may not understand addiction and be reluctant to seek help. Studies show that seniors are at risk for developing gambling problems. A 2006 New Jersey Study found that 23 percent of New Jersey residents over 55 had at least one symptom of a gambling problem. A 2005 Pennsylvania study found that 10 percent of those over 65 in a primary care facility were at risk for problem gambling. Signs of seniors having a gambling problem include toss of interest and participation in normal activities with friends and families, blocks of time unaccounted for, missing possessions or assets, and changes in attitude and personality. Gambling problems may also be evidenced by neglect of personal needs (food, utilities and medical), secrecy and avoidance when discussing time and money, and depression. Seniors with a gambling problem and their loved ones need to know that help is available. The National Council on Problem Gambling (NCPG) operates a 24- hour National Problem Gambling Helpline, a link for treatment, recovery groups and other resources for problem gamblers and their family members. Often, simply a kind and helpful listener can help a senior admit to a problem and seek help. To learn more or find help, call (800) 522- 4700 or visit www.ncpgambling.org.  ., ,. 1  ) 'f FE'; r _ '.-1 ,, Michael Hart and Michele Harvey ..... Owners/Publishers Alic i.q..:. i;U#.... !i!   eds ........ ,,i< - - <!@ ,,#i ':,, ....... ,,:. Consultant Scott Baker ii:i!ii!i: !i!i; s ,ii!i!iiChuck Preble Eric Stamets .... 1 GOtt :<\