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April 14, 2010 HAM Radio Class And Test ALL Julian residents are welcome to attend a ham radio class license class and exam in Julian on May 1, 2010. Attendees can learn the material and pass their FCC license exam in one day. The exam fee is $5. Sponsored by ARRL American Radio Relay League, the National association for amateur radio operators. In this one-day Amateur Radio Technician License Class you will learn all the material and get your license in one day Amateur Radio is often used for Emergency Communications. Class is 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM with breaks and a 40 minute lunch break (Bring your own lunch). The class will take place at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter- Day Saints, 2353 Ethelwyn Way, Julian, CA 92036. The class lass is Free. an FCC exam starts at 4:30 PM and cost for licensing is $5. Pre-Registration is required, for more information http:// courses/?section=SDG Please RSVP with Steve Early at Youth fades; love droops, the leaves of friendship fall - A mother's secret hope outlives them all. -- Oliver Wendell Holmes Th Dcnce Art Contest And The Winner Is.... The art contest sponsored by The Sons of the American Legion is over. A new record for the number of entries was recorded. The selection committee made up of six of The Sons, a member of the Legion and Ladies Auxiliary, selected the top nine entries for presentation to the general membership. The debate and selection of the winning entry at the Sons regular. meeting will become the logo for the 4th annual installment of "The Dance". AND THE WINNER IS ....... Bria Morgan. This is the second year in a row that Bria has won the honor and the $250.00 prize that goes with it. Her work will grace the advertising media, shirts and becomes the 2010 standard bearer. Bria grew up in Julian. 'She graduated from UCLA last year and is now a grad student at USC with a major in Urban Education. She was hard pressed to get her entry in, due to the rigors of school and work but "didn't want a year to go by and not participate in an event that does so much good in Julian" The other entries that made the finals were submitted by Sarah Blosdale, in a very close vote, Venetia Arroyo, Carmen Babnik, Grace Dyer, George Ureta, Shaunde Bullock, Amanda Vile, and Anthony Dominguez. All the artwork that was submitted will be displayed at Rabo Bank and the Library before moving to the site of "The Dance" at Menghini Winery on Stiturday, June 5th. All the work submitted by our artists will be sold at silent auction with the HEALTH SERVICES 760 765 4646 by Appintment'regina@nativewellnesscm JULIAN MEDICAL LI-C--L/N-00 A DWISION OF BORREGO COMMUNITY HEALTH FOUNDATION iqll We accept Healthy Families Insurance (Next To Town Hall) OPEN MONDAY - FRIDAY 8:00AM TO 5PM -- 24 HOUR ANSWERING SERVICE View Lodge Quality Assisted Living, Memory Care and Hospice A Jewel In your Own Backyard Your family deserves the finest in elder care/ 0 Patios, gardens and walkways are just a step away, yet within secured grounds,surrounded by beautiful Alpine views and spacious lawns. 0 A variety of enriching activities occur all day, every day in a program filled with life's joy. 0 Complimentary tours, luncheons and on-sight assessment program provide a sense of our charm and our service excellence. Office is open daily from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM 0 Owner operated by the Cioffi family for over 30 years, we offer short term respite stays, day care program, assisted living, dementia and hospice care in an open and airy country setting. 0 Furnished Semi-Private rates from $2,850.00 per month. Private rooms from $3,550.00 973 Arnold Way, Alpine, Ca. 91901 Phone 619-445-5291 Fax 619-445-5844 Visit us at State license number 374-600-694 No Appointments Just Come In / , pt II Adjusting  i) 0000!Jili ) lJ O0 1455 Hollow OFFICE i I ] ][I ] II I I % 6.Bed Furl Service Hospice &  - Dementia  Case by Case License .... 'trlIIQI r C,lrt " #374601019 SUNCREST LODGE 34540 Engineers Road and Highway 79 (760) 765-0065 Suite 211 619 445 3168 fax 619 445 5368 by Bill Fink funds going to support the many charitable causes of The Sons of The American Legion. There was great participation this year by all artists. Participation by the students of our schools was very high and the Sons thank the teachers and administrators who promoted this event to their students. Get ready folks, this annual event is only the forerunner of Julian's biggest party of the year and it's coming on the first Saturday in June. There will be great music, dancing, food and family fun for all. Rubber Mulch- Protecting Our Future (NAPSA)-Each year, more than 200,000 children visit the emergency room due to an accident on the playground. Nearly 70 percent of these injuries are the result of a fall on the surface, which is typically covered with gravel, sand, wood or even asphalt. The spring and summer are meant for care-free playing and enjoying the great outdoors, not sitting at home with an arm in a sling or a cast on a leg. Studies show that many surfaces lack the necessary safety elements to adequately protect our little ones when they are at play. While there are many options one can choose to put beneath the swing set or jungle gym, simply put, the safest ground cover available is recycled rubber mulch. Whether you are looking for rubber mulch that looks identical to wood mulch, such as Rubberific Mulch, or a loose- fill ground cover like NuPlay or NuScape, the results will be the same-you will have the safest playground on the block. In tests conducted by The American Society for Testing and Materials, the governmental standard for performance, rubber mulch had a fall height rating that was double that of wood mulch and sand. In addition, rubber mulch will not compact, which greatly impacts the safety of a surface-if the surface will not cushion a fall, it could create an unnecessary injury. "Since we started our company, we have confidently said that if you use rubber mulch under your backyard playground or at the neighborhood park, your children will be safer," says Cindy Miller, vice president of International Mulch Company. In addition to the unparalleled safety of recycled rubber, it will not rot, fade, attract insects or wash away, even in the heaviest of showers. It requires little to no annual maintenance and is great for the environment. As a country, we produce 300 million scrap tires a year and, until recently, most simply went into our ever- growing landfills. By giving these treaded treasures a second life, not only are we lessening our future impact on the environment, we are keeping our future safe as our children play away their youthful days. For more information, visit or call (866) 936-8524. The Julian News 7 Groceries. Fresh Produce. Sundries Beer. Wine. Liquor Dry Cleaning. Lotto Scratchers Full Service "Best in the County" Meat Department U,S.D,A. Choice Beef Buffalo Meat Special and Holiday Orders, Cut to your Specifications %;%7  ;  %., 'i i7: : Bill Pay ........  , Zenas Yates Coleman III July 4, 1934 - March 25, 2010 You may have known him as Z.Y., some, affectionately, as Zeke; business-like on the phone, he announced himself in his deep voice, "This is Mr. Coleman." A familiar, sharply dressed, figure about town, he moved quickly doing his daily business-- at the post office, the bank, various offices and the Escondido Library where he served on the board. He was also a founding member of The Escondido Charitable Foundation. Zeke had lived for over six decades in this San Diego, North County area (off and on), though he was born in Yakima, Washington. He was the only child of Zenas Yates Coleman, Jr. and Eva Florence (Gray) Coleman. Early in Zeke's life, (approx. 1942) the elder Mr. Coleman bought commercial property in Julian, California, and moved his little family there. He established a "general store" known as The Coleman Store, which sat on the corner of Main Street and Highway 78. A lot was expected of young Zeke and he delivered! He was an outstanding student and athlete. His abilities were strongly nurtured by his parents to the extent that his father used the whole back area of the long building that housed the Julian store to make a basketball court for Zeke and his friends. Zeke, who kept old friendships alive through the years, still hailed many old teammates and opposing teams' start players on his journeys about town. After graduating from Julian High School in 1952, he went on to the University of Arizona and he attended his beloved U of A through his sophomore year. In 1954, he then married Carol Cleminson and the young couple moved first to Escondido, and then to the Arcadia where they had three children, Stephanie, born in 1956, Todd, born in 1958, (who predeceased him) and Melinda, born in 1960. In 1955, he took his degree at the University of Redlands majoring in Marketing. He went to work for Proctor and Gamble, and later for Golf Craft, but in approximately 1967 he divorced and returned to, what he referred to as "God's Country" (Escondido). There he became involved in real estate and started the career for which he is known, commercial real estate brokerage and development. In 1980, he met Cristina Raedeker, who he married on May 30, 1981. He became a step-father to Cristina's son, Steven Barthold. In 1982 they had their daughter, Cassandra Mardel Coleman, who became the apple of her daddy's eye! Zeke had eleven grandchildren. Derek, Caroline, and Joe are the children of Stephanie and Carl Raedeker of Temecula. Jessica and Jordan are the children of Melinda and Fari Pakzad, of Newport Beach, Ca., Loren, 15 and Blake, 6, are the children of Steven and Brooke Barthold, of Burlingame, Ca. -- but more recently, are Cassandra's children-- Zachary, 5, and the surprising triplets, Maxwell, Arabella and Francesca, 19 months, of Escondido. Cassandra needed a lot of help and Zeke stepped in as an adoring grandfather. Zeke had a cryptic manner of speaking, which puzzled some, but endeared him to his close and long-time friends. He was a voracious reader and was a familiar figure at the library as well as Barnes and Noble. He included in his daily routine, his lunch "out," frequenting, in good weather, restaurants with outdoor service, because he could take along his beloved dog, Poup6e. The anecdotes about Zeke abound, because people delighted in knowing him--partly because he was a puzzlement in the first throes of acquaintanceship, and partly because of his loyalty to people he liked in all walks of life: from boyhood friends to old bar-room buddies, from library friends to golfing friends, from business partners to sports lovers-- and his loyal employees. He never lost his consuming interest in sports, particularly college basketball, and he watched every game he could on TV. With his phenomenal memory he was able to rattle off names and statistics. March Madness (college basketball tournament) was a highlight of his year. A lot of people have wishes about the pleasure in which they would like to be partaking when they die. Zeke passed away during March Madness. A memorial service will be held on Sunday, April 25, 2010, at 2:00 p.m. at the Escondido Country Club. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Zeke's favorite charities, The Escondido Public Library or The Escondido Charitable Foundation.