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2 The Julian News Fine Art Gallery & Orfila Wine Tasting Room 4470 Hwy 78 (Wynola) Art Gaflery A GALLERY OF ART & COLLECTIBLES 2000 Main Street #104 (Stonewall Building) Shop: 760 765 0859 Art Gallery ~ Umiled Editions by Joe Garcia and oltmr nationally known 0rfi~. Rne All poders, G~, Jewelry, & Home k~ls, Western, Nalive Amerkan and Wildlife Books ~ (~ildren's Room loved by teachers for our excellent book selection. C0s H BFA D~c.~- 14 Y~ Expm~a~c~ (760)7651509 Book Store I I The Backcoun s only 'New' boo %re Local Author Reading June 12th Dear Editor, As a Cedar Fire victim I was recently invited by the court to submit an impact statement. My mother, two sisters and I lost our two homes and everything in. them. The work, accumulation and history of five generations vanished totally. My 80-year old mother, who had planned and office: 60 765==. Nora E. Millner ' worked sothat she could live out her "golden years" in a dignified ' Reachin9 Beyond" and gracious lifestyle is fighting to rebuild her life and home, as o uy. unJa`. at- are her daughters. There is absolutely nothing to pass on to 2:OOpm my nephews and niece in the way of family items that have 4336 Highway 78, Julian been cared for and saved over at Wynola Road 75 years. This includes a WWI (FormerlyWynolaCount~Garden) canteen carried by my grandfather, etched with a 1916 765 - 2852 Bathin Beauty scratched on by 10-6 Every Day a fellow serviceman in the trenches, up to the flag that draped my father's coffin who ' Vided -- served in WWll. The glass RENT10, GET1 FREE . PREPAID PLAN AVAIL platter used by my great- I~LI~W~I~!~ grandmother every Sunday on her farm in Michigan and passed down to me without a chip is Proprietor gone as well. The quilts and 2030 Third Street linens hand made and Sony Playstation embroidered by my grandmother Open 7 Days a Week are gone. The bone china and DVD Rentals Available sterling silver given to a joyful -IV & VCR Rentals bride after a long war to 765-1961 celebrate my mother's marriage to my father, added to over the years and used to mark holidays Wood-Burning Stoves and celebrations are gone. The birth, the first steps, the rrlrTlr~ l[h 111 A R T. Halloweens and Christmases of Wood Stoves & Outdoor Furniture A s K F O R all her grandchildren are gone. WOOD STOVES M O R E. The financial security, comforts ] .FIREPLACES and history of our family is all ~=~ *BARBEQUES -- ~ gone. OUTDOOR FURNffURE Fo,=o~o,~.~ao~bo~tth~ We struggle daily to find the KITCHEN & GIFTWARE importance of arts education, please contact means and materials to rebuild. www.America-nsl~orTheAr ts .orE. 2115 Main Street Prices go up daily, contractors P.O. Box 189" Julian, CA 92036 roll (760) 765" 1022 IUC.ANS Drive Down The Hill ? 760- 765 t298 2134 Main Street - Julian, California 0 2005 Randy GIw.bergen www,glL~be~gen.com Di~ributed by DBR Media, Ir~, q' layooe c~llg I'll lit dowalNaltl thutlqdnlg ely dtclat It tlMt yottaglf lPql." WE INVITE YOUR OPINION/The views expressed by our contributing writers are their own and not necessarily those of The Julian News managemenL 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. Mall Sul~atptlon to: NAME: ADDRESS: $37 PER YEAR, MARLED 52 WEEKS Julian News, P.O. Box 639, Julian, CA 92036 B,~JU=-' =,mm-j = mlRIRF~ For info~nation, call (760) 765-2231. are stretched thin and we all constantly fight to not think about what ,we've lost and to deal with the fear of making a mistake with the resources we have left since we now know how precarious our lives really are. I could continue in this vein for pages but more important is the impact on the community. Fifteen people are dead and we have no idea how many people are still fighting a battle to recover from painful burns or facing a life disfigured with the permanent scars of this fire. To me the larger question is what exactly happened that day? When the signal fire alerted the sheriffs to the whereabouts of Mr. Martinez what was then reported about the fire? What exactly was said and at what time? Who answered and what was the exact response? That Friday a red alert for Santa Ana conditions was declared - was the person responsible for our collective safety competent to be in control? We keep heanng that a lot was learned from the Cedar I am extremely pleased to say that Jess Martin Park was awarded $190,000 for road improvements for the coming year. This grant was put in by DPR staff at the last minute and I would like to thank them for their help in getting these funds. This will benefit the future community center, the future fire station Art Gallery Santa Ysabel 30352 Hwy. 78 (at HWy. 79) P.O. Box 480 Santa Ysabel, CA 92070 765 1676 OPEN Thursday- Sunday 11 a.m.-S p.m. Featuring the Finest Local Artists Art June 15,2005 Gallery c i; i" i t, j, J j~ u~ Ji I' I, I' , I, I' I' I, ! i I' which is planed for the Nestle property to the east of the park, and all those who access the park along Apple Lane. . Mike Hatch Do you want my money? Then say hello! Common sense would say that if you are a business in Julian that sells things to the public, like me and my friends, then you want us to buy things from your store. Well, if you want us to buy TI things, then let us know that you the of The m &t] n Coft'ee gou. are aware we are in your store. 6. Duplicate et ,ie= will On Thursday, June 9th, I came up to Julian from Lakeside 7. ealing idea from to spend money. Yep, not for the M 9ou i= not nie, e. l trees, but to spend money. I lost ii. COFfeE HOffSE 6. wl. I] my home in theCedar Fire and a we get th, MofLt fellow member of the Cedar Fire arI. O fl I i Rebuilding Resources Group(a 11921 caU in el': " yahoo group by the way)told me ill n orfler not to make any decisions about fireplaces until I had talked to " " Eric Stamets at the Warm Hearth Girl Scouts Rewarded in Julian. My friend emphasized how friendly Eric is. I come up to = Congratulations to Julian for 10 years and as tl eir lead-e-r ,Julian several times a year, so I Cadette Girl Scout Troop 8335 during these years I can attest to don't consider it too far to go for on receiving their Silver Award " the fact that these young women astorellike. The lady that works during the Girl Scout Awardlive their lives according to the with Eric made a point of asking if Ceremony held at Rancho Gid Scout promise and law both she could help me, and wentout Bernardo High School s in and out of Gid Scouts. of her way to track Eric down so I Performing Arts Center on May I am very proud of them and could talk to him. I will be buying 25, 2005. - again congratulations to six from him when we are closer to These young women spent thewonderful young women: Jenna last two years preparing for this Martin, Victoria Thompson, award with the actual project-Brenda- Abaraca, Heather consuming over 30 hours of their Hallahan, Deanna Wolf and Julie very busy lives. Cox. They have been Girl Scouts Good Job Gids! Paula Martin that stage of, construction. On the other hand, I went to a couple of other stores where no one even said hi. One store person spent the entire time talking to what appeared to be relatives while I went by all the shelves looking. By the time I left - not only did no one say "Hello", or "Can I help you?", but. they were so involved in family plans that I could have walked off with the store. Another store I went to was even worse. Not only did the girl not say anything, but when I was walking towards the cash register with cards in hand to buy, she walked away. Don't you want my money??? Then I got in my car to go to a store that has given me warm welcomes before. Kathy's Dress Shop has moved, and I had to drive around the block twice to find the new location, but I will do that for stores that are friendly and actually act as if the customer matters. On my way out of town, I spotted the Julian Feed Store. I Julian Girl Scout Troop 8335 displaying their "'Silver Awards" (left to righO Deanna Wolf, Brenda Abarca, Julie Cox, Jenna Martin, Heather Hallahan, Victoria Thompson. Fire but what exactly was will pass at least 8 other stores " implemented fqrfirst response? like it on my way to see my I believe I speak for everyhorsesinEICajon, butbecause victim when I say our local the young man sweeping the [ ~}~ [ '~ " ~[~ " " " ~ ~ 7 C~ ~ l~ " ~:" " ~ ~:' ~ ~ ;~ obligation to let us know the t thcould help me find anything, Ielected officials have an floor said hello and asked if he ~ l~!~:~:i~/ ~l~= ~ '~' ~ ~.~ ':If" ~' ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ . ~ ~ . : :,~ '~ ~a~is~3 ,~ .~ ~l t,l o0, o, w,= ,a~one~ ,n ,e,~st ~ ,oun~ so~e,no to ~u ~ o~ hours of the fire. I don't know If you want my money, IFYOU ' i " how any San Diegean can. WANT ANY ONE TO SPEND Kathryn Newsome MONEY IN THE STORE YOU C, i " C s. Cc:GovernorArnold WORKlNOROWN-thenact,i ' !in Schwarzenegger like we exist. Say hello at the :senatorDianeFeinstein " " n a e J " Ait~l-e Star " uner ~ce rwcnom t~ .~-. . . . contmuea o p g Richie Caputto Joe Hutchindon Bruce Druliner Supervisor Diana Jacob - : NEW WEEK IJ0ULI) Syndicated Content !DBR Media E/The Environmental Magazine '11g lN PMff : I {l ltlllE North American Precis Syndicate, Inc. To NOT I"0RIE$ ~: #~MIT Tho/allan News is published on Wednesdays, UP TEllING I L 1 ~ All publications are copywright protected. >2005 All rights reserved. The luilan News is a leagally ajudicated newspaper of general circulation ~['[e ME~|I~II 1~. 'in the State of California, Legal No. 577843 YRInN . . ~J~" In ==,=,~n 1543 Hollow Glen Road (Soundings Complex) l . - office hours: 9am - 3:30pm Monday thru Friday By Mail The Julian News PO Box 639 Julian, CA 92036 Phone / Fax 760 765 2231 fax 760 765 1838 Information may be placed in our drop box located on the After Hours East Side of the Soundings Offices. The phone will accept me~ssages 24 hours a day. 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