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Built to UBC and HUD Codes and built on a permanent foundation. • Traditional Houses • Craftsman Style Homes • Two Story Homes • Manor and Estate Homes • Mountain Cabins. Santo Fe Style Homes Come See Our Models !iiiii!iiiiiiiiii!!iiiii!iiiiiiiiii!i!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiii  wO ....... : :er ,,0 na #: 30362 Highway 78 office: (760) 765-4201 Santa Ysabel cell: (760) 580-7355 across from gas station email: [i[:[ Yellow-Bellied Marmot Travels Six Hours Inside Bumper Of Car County Animal Services Rescues Marmot After Wild Ride From Sierra National Forest To County Animal Services rescued a Yellow-bellied marmot late last night after it was found hiding on the inside of a bumper of a car that had traveled six hours from the Dinky Lakes Wilderness area to Encinitas. Encinitas resident Karl Knoblock was three hours into his drive back from Dinky Wilderness when he stopped to take a break. He noticed what appeared to be a tail sticking out from the front bumper of his car. He thought he had hit and killed an animal and proceeded home. Three hours later when he arrived in Encinitas, he heard the animal under the bumper of his car. "1 just couldn't believe the Encinitas animal was actually alive and it had traveled all that way," said Knoblock. "1 couldn't get it out of my car, so I contacted County Animal Services."' Knoblock drove his vehicle to Animal Services shelter in Carlsbad where staff confined his car in an enclosed area in case the animal got loose. Animal Control Officer Joni Palumbo spent an hour attempting to capture the animal as it cunningly moved about various areas of the vehicle's engine. "Once I got a hold of the animal's hindquarters, I was amazed at how strong it was as it grabbed a portion of the vehicle and wouldn't let go," said Officer Palumbo. "1 had no idea what type of animal I was dealing with at this point." The animal was successfully captured unharmed. Yellow- bellied Marmots are not indigenous to San Diego County. The animal is a ground squirrel that lives in the western United States and southwestern Canada, including the Rocky Mountains and the Sierra Nevada at elevations above 6,500 feet. The California Fish and Game Department has been notified and will be making arrangements to re-home the animal. For more information about the Department of Animal Services, visit Leave Fireworks to Experts: Attend Public Display SAN DIEGO - The Fourth of July is almost upon us - a time for family picnics and fireworks displays. Yet all too often, the public fails to consider the harsh consequences when amateurs play with fireworks. In the wrong hands, fireworks can lead to property damage, personal injury - even death. "In San Diego County, fireworks are not only dangerous but also illegal," said James Floros, Burn Institute Executive DirectodChief Executive Officer. Floros points to the thousands, nationwide, who are injured each year from fireworks -- particularly children. ALL fireworks in San Diego County are illegal. No exceptions! This includes everything from poppers and sparklers to firecrackers and bottle rockets. If you are caught with fireworks, you can be fined; if you're adult providing fireworks to minors, the penalty can be much more severe. Public fireworks displays conducted by trained professionals are the smartest and safest way to enjoy fireworks because they are conducted in a controlled setting according to established regulations. As a public service to the community, the Burn Institute has compiled a list of licensed fireworks shows throughout San Diego County. The list is also published online at Close by fireworks displays: • Ramona: Olive Peirce Middle School; Grounds open at 5 p.m. for town picnic including food booths and games; fireworks; (760) 789- 1311. • Poway; Poway High School Stadium; 15500 Espola Rd; 7-10 p.m.- music, games; $2 charge; younger than 11 years free with adult; fireworks. • El Cajon: Kennedy Park, 1675 East Madison Avenue; 12 noon - Annual 4th of July Picnic; fireworks. July 1, 2009 Jerry Bothof October 8, 1942 - June 24, 2009 Jerry Bothof, a Ramona resident, passed away June 24, 2009 in San Diego. Born in Holland October 8, 1942, Jerry immigrated to the United States in 1955. He was a Staff Sargeant serving in the US Army during the Vietnam War. He was a true Patriot. Jerry also was a baker for 22 years at the world famous Dudley's Bakery in Santa Ysabel. He loved baking and was devoted to his family and wife of 42 years. Jerry is survived by his wife Andrea of Ramona, son Jerry Andrew of Splendora, TX, daughters Monica Bothof (Mike) O'Connor of Valley Center, Angelic Francis Bothof of Ramona, brothers Tony (Gloria) Bothof of Valley Center, Gerrit (Judy) Bothof of Visalia, Wilbur (Gracy) Bothof of Visalia, sisters Gerda (John) Voltkamp of the Netherlands, Betty (Tony) DeGroot of Visalia, Alice (John) Schuringa of Visalia, grandchildren Heather Renee Marshall, Megan Renee Bothof, Zakary James Bothof, step grandchildren Ryan O'Connor, Kayla L. Janda, Rebecca Ann Janda and great grandchildren Alexis and Samuel O'Connor. Visitation was held at Bonham Bros & Stewart Mortuary on Tuesday, June 30 from 5-8pm. A graveside service will be held at Nuevo Memory Gardens Wed, July 1 at 11am, with military honors. In lieu of flowers family requests that memorial donations be made in Jerry's memory to the Wounded Warrior Foundation, St. Jude's or the Vietnam Veteran's Fund. Bonham Bros & Stewart Mortuary, Ramona, is assisting the family. That which distinguishes Independence day from all others is that then both orators and artillerymen shoot blank cartridges. -- John Burroughs, Journal ooo Boosting Your Immune System Response To The H1 N I FIu (NAPSA)-The quick spread of the swine flu, or the A (H1N1) strain of influenza, has people wondering what steps they can take to protect themselves-and, fortunately, there are a few easy ones. In addition to the obvious- frequent hand washing, a healthy diet, getting enough sleep, exercising, and managing stress-there is some evidence that dietary supplements can strengthen the immune system. Supplements Because the virus is brand new, there is no research showing that any vitamin, mineral or botanical ingredient is effective against this particular viral strain. Therefore, it would be irresponsible to claim any dietary supplement can prevent swine flu. However, there are certain supplements-including vitamin D, probiotics and AHCC (active hexose correlated compound) from hybridized Japanese medicinal mushrooms-that have been shown to help boost immunity, which could increase a body's resistance to the virus. Virus-Fighting Properties AHCC is of particular interest to the scientific community, having been studied at Harvard's Faulkner Hospital, Yale University School of Medicine, M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, SUNY Binghamton and Drexel University. Animal research has shown that AHCC can effectively deter various viral infections, including the H1N1 influenza virus (common flu), the H5N1 avian influenza (bird flu) and the West Nile virus. In study after study, mice treated with AHCC before being infected with these viruses experienced less severe infections, a shorter recovery time and a better survival rate than control mice. 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