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Locally Ouledt 767-5089 Cable Julian Cablevision is now LE USA CABLE Cable service to Julian, Kentwood, Pine Hills, and Whispering Pines i , Local Satellite, Premium Channel Call Anytime/ ADVERTISERS FOR THIS SECTION l-SOO-00OO-ags9 - PLEASE CALL (760) 765 2231 zao-z,z-0000o, FOR SPECIAL TERMS DISCOUNT ] Ii RATES. WE ARE ALSO AVA, LABLE I [i Legal Notices I VIA FAX AT (760) 765 1838 [i ;Ei; i*i i Legal Notices 'heJulian News is authorized to print official Liens, Fictitious Business Names, Change of Name, Abandonments, Estate Sales, Auctions, Public Offerings, etc. Please call The Julian News at .The Julian News is a legally adjudicated newspaper of general circulation in the State of California, County of San Diego, Legal No. 577843. It's time, once again, to consider the candidates for the annual Stella Awards. The Stella's are named after 81-year- old Stella Liebeck who spilled coffee on herself and successfully sued McDonalds. That case inspired the Stella Awards for the most frivolous successful lawsuits in the United States. The following are this year's candidates: 1. Kathleen Robertson of Austin, Texas, was awarded $780,000 by a jury of peers after breaking her ankle tripping over a toddler who was running inside a furniture store. The owners of the store were understandably surprised, at the verdict, considering the misbehaving little toddler was Ms. Robertson's son. .,. 2. A 19-year-old Carl Truman of Los Angeles won $74,000 and medical expenses when his neighbor ran over his hand with a Honda Accord. Mr. Truman apparently didn't notice there was someone at the wheel of the car when, he was trying to steal his neighbor's hub caps. 3. Terrence Dickson of Bristol, Pennsylvania, had just finished robbing a house and was leaving by way of the garage. He was not able to get the garage door to go up since the automatic door opener was malfunctioning. He couldn't re-enter the house because the door connecting the house and garage locked when he pulled it shut. The family was on vacation, and Mr. Dickson found himself locked in the garage for eight days. He subsisted on a case of Pepsi he found, and a large bag of dry dog food. He sued the homeowner's insurance claiming the situation caused him undue mental anguish. The jury agreed to the tune of $5p0,000. Jerry Williams of Little Rock, Arkansas, was awarded $14,500 and medical expenses after being bitten on the buttocks by his next door neighbor's beagle. The beagle was on a chain in its owner's fenced yard. The award was less than sought because the jury felt the dog might have been just a little provoked at the time by Mr. Williams, who was shooting it repeatedly with a pellet gun. A Philadelphia restaurant was ordered to pay Amber Carson of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, $113,500 after she slipped on a soft drink and broke her coccyx (tailbone). The beverage was on the floor because Ms. Carson had thrown it at her boyfriend 30 seconds earlier during an argument. Kara Walton of Claymont, Delaware, successfully sued the owner of a night club in a neighboring city when she fell from the bathroom window to the floor and knocked out her two front teeth. This occurred while Ms. Walton was trying to sneak through the window in the ladies room to avoid paying the $3.50 cover charge. She was awarded $12,000 and dental expenses. 7. This year's favorite could easily be Mr. Merv Grazinski of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Mr. Grazinski purchased a brand new 32-foot Winnebago motorhome. On his first trip home, having driven onto the freeway, he set the cruise control at 70 mph and calmly left the drivers seat to go into the back and make himself a cup of coffee. Not surprisingly, the RV left the freeway, crashed, and overturned. Mr. Grazinski sued Winnebago for not advising him in the owner's manual that he couldn't actually do this. The jury awarded him $1,750,000 plus a new motorhome. The company actually changed their manuals on the basis of this suit, just in case there were any other complete morons buying their recreational vehicles. DIABETIC WOMEN CAN GAIN BENEFITS FROM EATING DIET WITH MORE FISH DALLAS, - Eating fish regularly reduced the risk of heart disease in diabetic women by as much as 64 percent, according to study reported in today's ralid access issue of Circulation: Journal of the American Heart Association. "We found that women with type 2 diabetes who ate more fish had significantly lower risk of coronary heart disease and total death than those who rarely ate fish," says Frank B. Hu, M.D., lead author and associate professor of nutrition and epidemiology at the Harvard School of Public Health in Boston. "Previous studies have found that fish consumption reduces risk of heart disease in a largely healthy .population. This is the first study to look at the relationship among diabetic patients, who have very high risk of heart disease." The American Heart Association recommends that adults, except pregnant women, eat two servings of fish a week. For those with, or at high risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD), supplementing fish in the diet with fish oil capsules may be advisable in consultation with a physician. Also known as fish oil, omega-3 fatty acids from fish have been shown to reduce the risk of irregular heartbeats that can lead to sudden death, decrease blood triglyceride levels, improve the functions of blood vessels and reduce blood clot formation. These effects are particularly important for reducing risk for CVD among diabetics. Even so, little data were available to confirm that diabetics who ate fish would receive the same benefits as people without diabetes who ate fish, Hu says. In addition, there was concern that fish oil might worsen control of blood sugar (glucose) among diabetic patients. Hu and colleagues analyzed data from women with diabetes participating in the Nurses' Health Study, which was established in 1976 when 121,700 female registered nurses completed a questionnaire about their medical history and lifestyle. Every two years, follow- up questionnaires have been mailed to update information on risk factors and any new health problems. The current study includes 5,103 women who reported physician-diagnosed type 2 diabetes on any questionnaire from 1976-94. Women with a history of heart disease, stroke or cancer reported on the 1980 questionnaire (when diet was first assessed) or before were excluded. The women were divided into five categories according to how often they ate fish: less than once a month, one to three times a month, once a week, two to four times a week, and five or more times a week. Between 1980-96, the researchers' documented 362 cases of heart disease (141 heart-related deaths and 221 nonfatal heart attacks). There were 468 deaths overall. Diabetic women who ate fish at least once a month were older, slightly heavier, typically didn't smoke, tended to have hypertension and high cholesterol, and took multivitamin and vitamin E supplements. Those who ate more fish also ate more fruits and vegetables but ate less red and processed meats. Compared with diabetic women who seldom ate fish (less than once a month), the risk of developing heart disease was reduced on average by 30 percent in those who ate fish one to three times a month, 40 percent for those who ate it once a week, 36 percent in those who ate fish two to four times a week, and 64 percent in those who ate fish five or more times a week. Higher fish consumption was also associated with a significantly lower death rate. Hu says that the association between higher fish consumption in diabetic women and better heart health can also be extended to diabetic men based on similar findings in studies of healthier men and women. "One limitation of this study is that it is not a randomized clinical trial," Hu says. "Thus, the benefits we observed for fish may be due to other dietary and lifestyle factors related to fish intake." Even so, Hu says their findings are solid because of their "careful adjustment for many important cardiovascular risk factors. "Regular fish consumption should be considered as part of a healthy diet for diabetes management," Hu. says. "For individual patients, at least two servings of fish per week is recommended." Fatty fish such as mackerel, lake trout, herring, sardines, albacore ttma and salmon are high in omega-3 fatty acids. WE INVITE YOUR OPINION/ The views expressed by contributing writqrs are not necessarily those of The Julian News or its management. 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