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June 17, 2009 Full Service ' est in the County" Meat Department U.S.DA Choice Beef . Buffalo Meat Special and Holiday Orders, Cut to your Specifications Groceries. Sundries. Fresh Produce Beer. Wine. Liquor'Dry Cleaning NOW AT DONS $ a.m. ~'0 8p.m. 760 765 1020 ULIAN TE YEARS Breaking News For Property Owners NEW Change To County Zoning Ordinance Makes Adding A Second Dwelling A Real Possibility Save Time (70-80%) and Money (30-40%) adding a rental, Guest House or Home for relative, Call us to see if your property qualifies. We sell Faaory Built Homes and offer Hundreds of Floor Plans and Exteriors. Built to UB( and HUD Codes and built on a permanent foundation. Traditional Houses [raftsman Style Homes Two Story Homes Manor and Estate Homes Mountain Cabins. Santa Fe Style Homes Come See Our Models i!iiiii!i!ii!iiii!iiiiiii!~iiiiii!iiiii!ii~ii [iii!iiii!!ii!ii!!!i[!!iiii!i!iiiiiii!i!iiiiiil i~iiiiii:ii!~!iiiiii;i~iiiiiiiiili~i~ii!~i~i 30362 Highway 78 office: (760) 765-4201 Santa Ysabel cell: (760) 580-7355 across from gas station emaih PETS OF THE WEEK M0jo is a handsome 7 year old neutered white &blue tabby.This mature boy is looking for a peaceful and quiet new home where he canbe the king of the castle. Actually, he's not too picky, he'll settle for jJst being your new forever friend, and keeping you company for mary wonderful years to come. If you're looking for a little buddy to bri~ten your days and bring a lot of love into your heart, please come meet Mojo today. During the month of June his adoption fee will be waived for San Diego County's "Adopt a Cat Month." Ask to meet IDEA1270794 Tag#C830 when you come to the shelter. Bessie a a 1-year-old spayed Pit Bull Mix looking for her forever home. She arrived at the shelter as a stray and many of the dog volunteers immediately fell in love with her. Bessie loves her human companions and is very food motivated when it comes to training. She would fit in with an active lifestyle, a family willing to walk her on a regular basis or take her to the park so she can burn off some of her leftover puppy energy. She will make a wonderful companion for the right family. Bessie can be adopted for $69. ID#A1268349 Tag#C348 June is San Diego County's "Adopt a Cat Month." Cats older than 1 year at all three county shelters will have their adoption fee waived to reduce the number of cats in county shelters during the summer months. Kittens younger than 1 year can be adopted at the full adoption price and a second cat or kitten can be adopted for My Thoughts by Michele Harvey Earwigso.. EEEUWW!! June seems to be earwig month. When I'm outside moving things in my yard; I can't seem to pick up anything without finding earwigs hiding underneath, rve noticed that it doesn't take them long to find places to hide. We have a fiberglass picnic table sitting in our yard. Recently I put a rug on top to protect the table from over spray as I was spray- painting some shelving. When I finished painting, I left the rug on the table to completely dry. Over night the wind knocked the rug off the table. In the morning I picked it up and found about 100 earwigs already setting up residence between the rug and the weeds that we like to think of as our lawn. Earwigs are nocturnal. They are energetic at night. This is the time when they are most often found on household walls and ceilings. Scare them or interact with them and they drop to the floor, then scurry to the closest hiding place. This istheir defense mechanism at work. Are earwigs necessary? Earwigs are dark brown insects with a set of pincers, known as cerci, at the rear end of the body. The earwigs that live in my yard usually have a hard, shiny, dark brown body with two sets of wings, a hard shelled set of short outer wings and a more delicate set of gauzy wings underneath, though I've never seen them fly. They have long, delicate feelers. Earwigs range from to 1 inch in length. They come out at night and live in moist places, under stones, in rotting tree bark, inside houses and in my garden, particularly in the lettuce. Fortunately there is no evidence that they transmit diseases to humans or animals. I just hate finding them hiding in my leafy vegetables. I often find one in each of my Cecile Brunner rose blossoms just as the blossom is open enough to put my face near enough to smell. They also eat beets, young beans, butterfly bush, cauliflower, celery, clover, dahlias, grapes, hollyhocks, peaches, plums, potatoes, roses, strawberries, tender grass shoots and roots, sunflowers and zinnias. They might also be found in corn silk, damaging the corn. Our favorite plants are their favorite plants too. Earwigs like to live in damp places. Summertime we most likely find them under the kitchen sink, in the bathroom, near faucets, or anywhere inside or outside where they can hide from heat and sunshine. They can be found in piles of newspapers, in compost, baseboards, window frames and any tiny crack in walls, woodwork and door frames. My least favorite place they lurk is inside artichoke blossoms. I've read that spreading diatomaceous earth around the garden and the outside of the house can be a good deterrent. This also helps to get rid of snails. Earwigs are efficient at eating fruit and flowers, but are they necessary? I think they are creepy, but I looked them up in my encyclopedia to see if they do any good, and apparently they do because they eat thrips, snails, caterpillars and garbage. Thrips, snails and caterpillars do more damage than earwigs, so maybe earwigs are necessary, but I still think they are creepy. EEEUWW]! These are my thoughts. ~heltctr Valley News by Rick Sparks Wednesday Morning Coffee Still On Contrary to rumors that it was moved or cancelled, the Wednesday morning coffee social will take place at 7:00 am every Wednesday at the community center as always. There is a new cooler now installed and working in the back room of the community center that will make commodities distribution in the summer a lot more enjoyable, as well as every other activity. This was a shared effort by SVCC and The Desert Chapel and installed by volunteers. The 4th of July Bar-B-Qua is shaping up to be a spectacular event so mark down the time of 1:00 to 3:00 (or so) pm on the Saturday holiday next month. Everyone welcome at no charge though donations will be accepted JHS Gives A Big Thank You To JCFPD The Julian High School staff and students would like to express their heart-felt appreciation to the Julian Cuyamaca Fire Protection District for their continued kindness and support to our school. We would like to thank Steve Sheppard and all the ambulance crew for teaching our students CPR and Bill Everett and Kevin Dubler for continued wiliness to loan out the barbecue for our every grilling need. Kevin has even flipped the burgers himself! Thanks JCFPD for all you do for us here at JHS! half price with the "Better with a Buddy Program." All adoption fees include vaccinations, spaying/neutering (upon adoption), a microchip and free Vet visit. Dog fees also include a 1 year license. Mojo and Bessie are at our Central County Shelter, 5480 Gaines Street, San Diego. The Shelter hours are 9:30AM to 5:30PM, Tuesday through Saturday or visit for more information. The Julian News 5 MITCHELL WOODWORKS Custom Cabinets & Millwork II IIII ........... o co, 5 z96 iW * ' Lic# 929135 r .... F/e; M~cHEu. WOODWORKS POPE TREE SERVICE All .Your Tree Service Needs Commercial Oak and Pine our Specialty' Progressively Old Fashioned Collectibles Gifts Jewelry 2111 Main Street In ']he Heart: of Downtown Julian {ii:iiii!g!i!!i!{# iii{ii{ {~i{i~i@ i{+ " ....... !:~, }&!{ i{{i{@i}{{}i~{v: :{ {{.i~!{ " :i{{~a {~: ..... : g}~{@'i~{'! Time To Get A Float ON The Fourth of July is getting closer and the parade committee is looking for the next great float! Or mounted units, marching entries and of course bands (3 people with kazoo's can be a band) You can use the entry form below or download one from the Chambers website: www, Julian Independence Day Parade Saturday, July 4th, 2009 This year's theme Amebean App|e The 1~ Annual Indopenden~ DW Parade and Celebration mtarts promptly at Noon from Julian High School and will proceed down Main Street. Pro Parade activities begin at lOam. Entry Form Name: Phone: kkzillng Address: City / Stets: Ol~iz~rion (if applicable): Zip: Number of persons Ixu'ticipoflng with this entry? __ Check the category of your entry: I-TFIoat r-]Music [-]Equestrian [] Vehicle (DeScribe) []Other (Describe Entry) .~Ject Ome: [] Competition / Judged (Check in by 10am) [] Non Competition Competition C~tegorles: Golden Nugget, Themed, Humorous, Open, Vintage Auto, Motorized, Youth Open & Equestrian Please type or print coW for announcer's script (15 seconds) - Attach photo if available Read and initial each item below: Complete the information on the reverse of this page, sign and date prior to returning to the address provided. All entries must be received by Monday June 22nd, 2009 An extra copy should be kept for your information. [Z] Entries to be judged must be in the staging area at Julian High School by 10am. All other entries most arrive by 11am. Your entry number should be displayed so that it can be seen from your left (for announce~ identification) as you proceed down the street. D The use of alcoholic beverages in the staging area, parade and dispersing area before, during and after the parade is prohibited,* D~ue to liability, the throwing of any objects from any entry - such as candy, streamers, etc., is prohibited.* If you wish to pass oat such items, assign someone from your group to march along the ~do route and hand out items individually from a basket or container. No vehlcles are to be driven in the staging area, parade or dispersing area by an unlicensed driver*. Entries must not stop during the parade. (*enforced by CHP and Sheriff's DeFt) Parade Information ALL participants must complete the entire parade route without stopping. At the end of the parade route follow the directions of the parade st~f who wilt be there to assist your Please note the following: Reverse traffic against the parade while it is underway will not be allowed, As you complete the parade you will be free to leave the area, with the exception of traveling back down Main Street until the parade is over. If necessary you wilt be directed to a post parade staging area until all entries hove completed the parade route. Parade staff will be available to assist you A portion of Main Street between Hwy 78/79 and "C Street will be closed to through traffic at 9am. A ~ and atl updated information will be available to each entry upon cbeck-in on the day of the parade. Parade Agreement I hereby enter the Julian Independence Day Parade at my own risk and consent to the rules and I farther agree to indemnify and hold harmless the 4 of regulations of the 4 of July Parade Inc, ~ July Parade Inc,, its members, other persons, or entities associated with the parade against legal proceedings for any personal injury or property damage arising, occasioned by or caused by any employee, representative or my personal entry. Signature Date Email Address N~te; If minor, parent or 9~or4ion must sign Date Complete both sides of this entry form, enclose $20 donation (optional), and return by Monday June 22nd, 2009 to: ~ 4 of July Parade, c.Jo Julian Chamber of Commerce, PO Box 1866, 92036. Or fax both sides to (760-765-2544) - or - ernail to JulianChamber@sbcglobaLnet Questions??? Call Krisie at the Chamber Office (760-765-1857). A 2r~ copy should be retained for your information