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March 2, 2011 Tech Tips Faster Browsing (NAPSA)If your Internet searches are taking too long, you may not need to buy a new com- puter. You may just need a way to speed up your searches, especially if you are a frequent traveler who must rely on crowded Wi-Fi net- works in coffeehouses, hotels and at airports. Oneway to speed your connec- tion is to switch browsers. For example, many travelers rely on the Opera Web browser. The browser's Opera Turbo feature Speed up your Wi-Fi connection. uses powerful servers to compress Web pages, so less data is trans- ferred over the network to your PC. This means sites can get to you faster. Also, the browser does not com- press secure pages, so banking and shopping are safe. The free browser has long been known for its cutting-edge innova- tion, pioneering most of the features taken for granted in browsers today. Already the fastest browser avai]able, it works on PCs, Macs and Linux comput- ers. Download the free Opera browser from www.opera.com. Car Owners Are Asked To Check Their Sunroofs (NAPSA)-Though millions of Americans have a sunroof in their car, many are not aware of a related product recall that could affect them. Regardless of the make or model of your car or truck, your sunroof may be among more than a quarter million that are being recalled by Webasto, the sunroof manufacturer, for potential glass debonding. Though only a small percentage of vehicles with sunroofs are affected by this voluntary recall-less than 1 percent-it poses a potential safety hazard, so it is important for all owners to do a simple check of their sunroof to see if they need the repair, which will be done at no cost to them. What Consumers Should Do There is an easy way to determine if your sunroof is one of two product lines affected by this recall. The most recognizable components of the sunroofs affected are the switches and presence of a Webasto logo on the sunshade handle. Hollandia 700/600 model: Consumers should look at the sunshade handle; if it says "Webasto" and the serial number is within the range of 6000000 to 6396298 it is covered under the safety recall. Hollandia TVS 900 model: This model has two tilt-up glass panels with a black plastic bar crossing the glass side to side. If "Webasto" is embossed on the bar, it is also covered under this safety recall. All details on how to identify the sunroofs, including photos and a video, are available on the recall website www.sunroofcheck. com. Step-by-step instructions on how to arrange for a repair with Webasto's authorized installers are also provided. It's important to know that car dealerships are not administering this recall. "We recognize that asking all vehicle owners to check their sunroof Consumers whose car has a sunroof are being asked to see if the sunroof may be subject to a recall and a free repair offer. (ttollandia 700/600 model pictured.) Joshua Micah Hekel October 24, 1978 - February 6, 2011 Joshua Hekel passed from this world on February 6, 2011 in Hardin, Montana. Joshua was born in San Diego, California on October 24, 1978 to Kent and Jane Hekel. His childhood was spent in San Diego County in the communities of San Marcos, Julian, Warner Springs, and Valley Center. Joshua graduated from Warner Springs High School in 1996 and joined the U.S. Navy where he served in Texas, Guam, and Coronado, California. After discharge from the Navy, Joshua resided in Warner Springs and Carlsbad, California before relocating to White Sulphur Springs, Montana where he was employed at the Town Pump for several years. He then met Angela Donne and they were subsequently married living in Belgrade and the last two years in Hardin. They were blessed with a beautiful little boy, Micah Lee, the joy of both of their lives. Joshua loved nature, hunting, fishing, and camping. Growing up, the annual camping and fishing trips to Baja, California and occasional vacations to Colorado were highlights. But Josh loved Montana most of all, he and his sweetheart Angle camping as much as possible. Joshua was an exceptional athlete, both in baseball and football where he had several write ups in the San Diego paper to the great delight of his parents. Josh was gifted mechanically building his own go-cart as a young man. He loved motorcycles. Josh had an easy going manner, a warm heart, a million dollar smile, and a sensitive spirit, always willing to give a helping hand. Josh was a special guy, known by many as a kind and gentle man. He is survived by his beloved wife, Angela Doane Hekel, and precious son, Micah Lee Hekel (much loved); his father, Kent Hekel (Tana) of White Sulphur Springs; his mother, Jane Rickert, of Lake Tahoe, California; his sister, Jennifer Hekel, of Davis, California; his brother, Justin Hekel of Washington D. C.; three stepbrothers, Dwayne Wooldridge (Angle) of Boise City, Oklahoma; Tecumseh Wooldridge (Althea) of Escondido, California; Quincy Wooldridge (Robin) of Ramona, California, and numerous cousins, nephews, nieces, and extended family. Joshua confessed Jesus Christ as his Lord and Savior while in the Navy and witnessed to many of his faith. For this reason we trust he is with his Lord in a place where there shall be "no more death, nor sorrow, nor crying; and there shall be no more pain", all these things and the sin that caused them defeated forever on a cruel Roman cross some two thousand years ago. Christ's resurrection was Josh's certain hope (and ours). We do grieve for the loss of our beloved Josh: husband, father, son, brother, and friend, but according to the sure promise of John 3:16 (and ever mindful of Peter's failure, and ours as well), our grief is even now mixed with rejoicing as we anticipate a soon and grand reunion, and that to never end. To God be the glory! A memorial service at the Christian and Missionary Alliance Church at 934 First St. West in Hardih, Montana was held on Saturday February 12th. Over 60 years serving the community we live in. 760 The Julian News 7 765-0130 may be an inconvenience, but we believe this preventive action is in the best interest of the public," said Mark Hickey, vice president, Business Development, Webasto Product North America. "Though we are reaching out to vehicle owners in other ways, we want to take every step we can to identify all vehicles that could have an affected sunroof." About the Recall Webasto filed its Defect Information Report with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) stating that, although rare, conditions existing with the adhesive bond between the glass and metal frame in certain Holiandia 700, KOR00R S,00[,ON 6 SPA 6 WOMEN i -COLOR PE00(S www.s,u 760-410000 600 and TVS 900 series non- [A00PLE factory installed sunroofs can increase the risk that the sunroof glass panel may completely I[ debond from its frame. Webasto. reported to NHTSA that the company was unaware of any  ......................... JUg.AN injuries on the day of filing. The recall only involves non- factory installed (aftermarket) sunroof glass panels and does not include the vast majority of Webasto sunroofs that are installed by auto manufacturers during vehicle assembly at the factory. However, the only way to determine if your sunroof is non-factory installed, even if you bought your vehicle new from a car dealer, is to do the inspection as described above. This recall affects 283,996 sunroofs in the United States. Working with NHTSA, Webasto is moving swiftly to contact affected vehicle owners. In addition to the dedicated website, customers can also contact the Webasto Customer Service Center at (888) 749-8632 for more information or to schedule a repair. Ice cream novelties such as ice cream on sticks and ice cream bars were introduced in the 1920s. Seems like kid stuff, but today, adults consume nearly one-half of all such treats. Complete Gas Service Since 1947 Commercial O O Residential Payment Options 24 Hour Emergency Service ,..,--,- Trained L/COUNCIL Ben Sulser, District Manager FARMEI00" MARK00i !1-4  DieO River Park Foundation the Sour00g00ce., to March 12 & 13 6 Events, 2 Days of Service, 1 River to Explore! ,. ( Eagle Peak Preserve Trail Restoration Help repair a historic stage coach trail- the first road to carry mail to Julian! () Eagle Peak Preserve House/Tour Open Tour the River Park Foundation's 516 acre nature preserve near the end of Eagle Peak Road " () Hike & Invasive Tree Survey Hike with naturalists to historic diverting dam (8 miles) documenting invasive non-native plants along the way \\; ( Inaja Memorial Enhancement Project Join in a service project to beautify Inaja Memorial Picnic Grounds: work on benches & BBQs & stay for interpretive talk () Cedar Creek Hike & Trash Removal Help clean up one of San Diego County's most popular trails! March 13, 9am-11am (,) Conservation Kayak Tour Take part in a fully-guided kayak tour on El Capitan Reservoir, including discussion about the area's conservation efforts Call (619) 297-7380 or visit www.sandiegoriver.org for more info & directions! / Dick Dickmann May 7, 1929 - February 22, 2011 Elroy Dick Dickmann, the long- time Julian resident who may be best known as the ice cream man, died on Tuesday, Feb. 22, 2011, following a long battle with cancer. Dickmann came to be known as the "ice cream man" through his participation in the annual Fourth of July parade. For many years he rode a big John Deer tractor down Main Street, distributing ice cream to all the kids who wanted it. Just the thing on a hot July morning. But Dickmann, who moved to Julian in 1974 with his wife Dolly, was an active participant in Julian life. He joined the Lions Club, where served as the president and helped construct the snack bar at Frank Lane Watershed, where the club presents the annual Banjo Fiddle event. He also served on the Pioneer Cemetery Committee, and was a member of the Julian Community Services District, for whom he served several terms as president. The Dickmann house on Cape Horn Ave. was the first one built on the hill behind the school, according to Dolly, who says Dick and her father, AI Celata, i :!ii !i i. i Dick Dickmann serving up ice cream at the 4th of July Parade spent a year constructing it by hand in 1973. Dick, served in the Navy during the Korean War, is survived by his son Kevin, daughter and son- in-law Kimberly and Ed Kramer, son Robert Sackett, eight grandchildren and one great granddaughter. Services are scheduled for Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery at noon on Thursday, March 24. A celebration of life will be held following the military service at the Kramer home, 14011 Shalyn Dr., El Cajon. The family requests that in-lieu of flowers, donations be made in Dick's name to St. Elizabeth Hospice, 150 West Crest Dr., Escondido, CA 92025.