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2 The Julian News Art Gallery Art Gallery 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 { TWO UNIQUE SHOPS IN ONE LOCATI()N 2216 Main Street Julian 760 765-1874 ? 168 / / Books Business Services I 6 I// [ TheJulian IBOOK HOUSE. 9203 IsuperbreadingmaterialGood Used Books I :r I Selling Rare and I / FED EX i UP,.~I'tI~AClC~RiN6 / I Diana & Don G~ett - Owners I CQNFIDENTIJJ~I'~I[;E SUPPLIES/ 12230 Main Street / / L/ ?moil: @julior ',< m I (BULK/ PICKUP)/ I P.O. Box 2003 I .~'~,~]J~'~11~#6"INESE] & TAX FORMS I I li~'~%~I~ARDS & RUBBER STAMPS i I Julian, CA 92036 I I~G~gI~IAL & CQMP_UI'ER SERVICES / Attention Julian residents The goodness of small town life, I 760-765-1989 0PENMonda--E~l" ~30~05 Like most Julian residents however, does not mean hiding Candy - Fudge 2116 Main Street Building - Upstairs) Every Day 765 0785 Garden & Gifts 765 O48O Garden Shop & Gallery Friday to Monday 11 -4 2116 ird Street Home Decor IN Tl-lr_ FINE,_% Decor & C]i~:t ~ ~:or Lodse NEW LOCATION 1 W ola Farms Marketplace (In Main Building Behind orfila Winery) 4470 "WY 78 www. tnthep tnesde slp,,ns.co m~ I Motorcycle Apparel ]B[O~ Leathers, Apparel Gi.s Wood- Burning Stoves Wood Stoves & Outdoor Furniture *KITCHEN & GIFTvVARE 2115 Main Street P.0. Box 189" Julian, CA 92036 (760) 765" 1022 St. 760,-765-2966 , on corner of Main & C St. www.julianhogheaven.corn Photographer Representing Victims of Serious Accidents Home Owner's Fire Insurance Claims Oseph T. Dibos Attorney At Law 619-235-0307 jdibos @ diboslaw.corn 2445 5th Avenue, Suite 450 San Diego, CA 92101 The Justice and Compensation You Deserve I travel down the hill daily to commute for work. The only difference is I'm doing it at 12:30 a.m., seven days a week when you are all tucked snuggly in your beds. Having just moved up here in July, I still pick up my Ramona Sentisel newspaper weekly Imagine my surprise when found a news brief saying that the Ramona Sheriffs' Substation is looking for any information regarding vandalism to moving vehicles on Highway 78 around what I call the Golden Eagle Horse Farm grade and Old Julian Highway. The reason rm bringing this need for knowledge and into to our little town is because it happened to me and I have to wonder if there are more of you out there. At 12:45 a.m. on March 15th, just as I passed Old Julian Highway winding my way down the 78, my passenger side window EXPLODED. What was so frightening was it barely made a sound. Glass flew everywhere, into everything, in my shoes, my hair, my clothes and my personal belongings. What made the whole situation worse was after I calmed my nerves and regained my composure, I drove up to the Pine Hills Egg Ranch where I knew cell service was available and I called 911. The 911 CHP dispatcher couldn't locate me on a map to save my life. Fortunately for me I wasn't hurt and didn't have a passenger in my car as I normally would on Sunday morning. CHP took my call but didn't send out a car and wasn't specific if l should file a police report. Nerves shot and mind frayed I drove to Ramona and cleaned up the mess. Days later I had the glass replaced. I'm still finding chunks of safety glass in various places in my car. I am now filing a police report. If you or anyone you know has had an issue on Highway 78, or if you know of anyone who might have insight or knowledge into stopping the horrible frightening acts of vandalism, the Ramona Sheriffs substation wants to hear from youl Please. If you know something or know someone involved, let the Sheriffs know before someone gets seriously hurt or killed. The Sheriffs can be reached at 858-565-52001 Ask to talk to someone about the Highway 78 incidents. one's head in the sand as to the negative things that go on in it. Along with all of the positives are some real concerns. We do have "BOOGYMEN LIVING IN JULIAN. We have a drug problem. There are dealers located in town and the surrounding areas. A store on Main Street was vandalized awhile ago; someone broke into the coffeehouse and stole the cash register. I could go on. Safety is a real concern here as in the bigger cities. Streetlights can and do deter criminal actions. Drug dealers don't sell underneath a street light. Vandals don't break into businesses with lights shining on them. I wonder if the town could afford a law suit if someone tripped on a sidewalk or street because they could not see where the sidewalk was uneven, or the asphalt on a street had a bump it Maybe someone would misjudge the height of a curb because they could not see it. Julian can have modern technology and conveniences without destroying the small town look or feel. I love Julian and the people I have met are great. I also love the stars, but I don't want to see them because someone or something caused me to hit my head in the dark. Streetlights and house lights are not warm fuzzy blankets they are shields. They may deter those that would do us harm. What is wrong with that.? Mary Morris Julian About three years ago approximately 20 Russian boar, sows and piglets were released on the El Capitan Indian reservation at El Capitan reservoir. Because the reservation is the property of the Kumeyaay nation, they have the right to set their own game laws. Local, state and federal agencies have no control over the release. The problem is that these pigs will not stay on the reservation, it is only a matter of time before they make their way into Julian and Cuyamaca Park. I believe this will result in a ecological disaster for these areas. Consider that the average sow can reproduce before the age of one. That they can have up to four April 22, 2009 ii i for lunch lhOOarn until tlaeg're gone ) COF~E HOUSE Tlaeq're Real Good 1921 Main St. call out ordera: 1906 m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m l | I DODGE HOUSE I I I m R1STOI"L NTE 1TAL1ANO m mANNOUNCING - HAPPY HOURS m m Weekdays 3-6 m m All Beer, Wine, Well Drinks m i Any Pizza or Calzone m m 2718 'B" Street 765-1003 m All Your Tree Service Needs Commercial u Weather means more when you have a garden. There's nothing like listening to a shower and thinking how it is soaking in around your green beans. -- Marcelene Cox Michael Hart and Michele Harvey ..... Owners/Publishers Thank You, litters per year and as many as e Mgr Gtai ifieds [ WE INVITE YOUR OPINION/ The views expressed by our I Kate Rochester 12-15 piglets. Also that a "trophy" Mich~el~:i.~!.::..iiii,~!i!..i.ili~:~iii.~i.~.ii!iiiA~l~i~p(q~qCtion m contributing writers are their own and not necessarily those of The / boar averages 200-300 lbs. and Mich~eH~e~!~!!!!!~!!~!?~]]!~!!!~!!~:i!~!!~!!!!!!~!i!~!!~!!!~!!!:!i!~?!i?~;!ii~Edit~r I Julian News management. We invite all parties to submit theirJ -- sows average 100-200 Ibs. Don Ray ........ iii~iii....,:~i~ii~iliG.,:diiii~]::ii:~G ...... ,~iiiiiii~i. Consultant | opinions and comments to The Julian News. All contributed items [ . , Wild pigs are omnivorous, they This is in response to the letter ........... ~i~:i:iii~i m are subject to editorial approval prior to acceptance forpub!ication, i ......... eat oom plant ann animal matter ......................................................................................................................................... I Letters must include your name and contact informaffon. / wr,uen. Dy me genueman wno .ney ....... eat grasses ano fOrDS in Vee Lumpkins :::ii: David Lewis wants to prohibit and/or get rid ....... Scott Baker ~i::?~ii:::~!i=~ :,i:iiii~4~:k~#is ~:;ii~;:Chuck Preble m Letters may be mailed to: Julian News / ....... spnng mast ano TrUlTS In summer m P.O. Box 639 / of tnose .... streeuights or nouseand fall' and d~g' up the ground for Eric Stamets ~:E~Fel G~fi~Tst ~sa McFedries m Julian, CA 92036 [ outdoor lights that exist in Julian ......... Albie Stark Nancy Kramer Darcy Lewis ...... roots, tubers ano ~nverteDrates Albert Simonson J. Grant Ed Huffman | email: letters@juliannews.com | We nave a wonaerru~ p~ace to ............ tnrougnout me year. mney wm eat | in person: Julian News Office (in Soundings Complex) / dve in, no ooubt. People move ...... Syndicated Content to JUlian to enjoy me natura~ .... ~, North American Precis Syndicate, Inc. J 1453 Hollow Glen Road (9am - 3:30pm Mon-Fri) / .......... crawnsn, frogs, sa~amanaers conrln~ea on page IZ atmosphere of small town life. [ Deadline is Friday Noon for the next weeks issue _ j King Features Syndicate E/The Environmental Magazine !~ The Julian News is published on Wednesdays. I ~ All publications are copyright protected. @2009 All rights reserved. ~ AM ILED 52 WEEKS- $40.00 The Julian News is a legally adjudicated newspaper of general ~t Class Delivery - $120.00 circulation in the State of California, Legal No. 577843 --" m M~~ 63, Julian, CA 92036-0639 Contacting The Julian News m~ ~"~ m ~~mpiex) I ' ...... II office hours: 9am-3:30pm Monday thru Friday m Phone/Fax 1760 765 2231 fax 760 765 1838 II m TELEPHONE: -- mP&YMENT METHOO email I submissins@juliannews'cm m ViSA [7 ~ M--M---~-~NEY ORDER ['1 CASH r-I ~ Information may be placed in our drop box located on the I a - I l ~" ' ~ ~ ~ After Hours I East Side of the Soundings Offices. The phone will accept succinct messages 24 hours a day. l CREDffCARoNUMBER: .... -- ..... ------ - m I o,,,.oo.o.. ~ l ,D Member Member i~l~" California Newspaper (1~. ~ ~ ~l National Newspaper SIGNATURE: Publishers Association l~ ~ Association For information,-calt (760> 765-2231 m --- ~~~ , "~ Contacting The Julian News