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10 The Julian News HEALTH and PERSONAL SERVICES JULIAN MEDICAL CLINIC A DIVISION OF BORREGO COMMUNITY HEALTH FOUNDATION We accept Healthy Families Insurance 2721 WASHINGTON STREET JULIAN, CA 92036 (Next To Town Hall) OPEN MONDAY- FRIDAY 8:00AM TO 5PM 24 HOUR ANSWERING SERVICE (760) 765-2100 As Heard On The Streets Of Julian @ by Eric Stamets Dog Pack Attacks People The loud barking of dogs at night interrupting my sleep has decreased dramatically in the last two years (except for one yapper, owned by you know who) showing that at least some people are considerate of their neighbors. On one of these wonderful balmy summer nights I heard a considerable ruckus, which sounded like a bunch of coyotes passing through. I don't know exactly how late it was because I didn't have my glasses on, couldn't find them in the dark and couldn't read the clock, but I had been asleep for quite awhile. Then all the dogs started barking as you might expect. Only the next day did I hear the full story through my sources at the bank and WikiLeaks. It seems that some residents and friends were partying loudly and whatever very late (I should say very early the next day) in their yard or patio or deck. This awakened me and all the dogs who were trying to also get a good night's sleep. The dogs were actually communicating and evidently barked "Meet you at the corner in five minutes". The dogs used the secret way that they have to get out of their home or enclosure reserved for dire emergencies only. They banded together, went to the offending house and attacked the rowdy people for being so offensive, Democrats first. They inflicted quite a few nips and bites but in the confusion and darkness nobody could identify any specific dog. The dogs then scurried on home so as not to be missed and get a good rest of the night's sleep, which they and I could do as soon as the sheriff and the paramedics left. All the revelers will have to get rabies treatment since there were no dogs identified. The rowdy residents' pit bull guard dog evidently slept through the whole thing in the house. If you're a neighbor and don't know anything about this, you are a very sound sleeper and haven't been to the bank yet. If you are a. sheriff or paramedic and don't know anything about this, it'was your night off. Letters continued from page 2 not the case in the real world. Students, when applying to college, please make sure you've got an answer to every question. It can never hurt to call the school you wish to attend, their phone numbers are clearly printed on their websites. Had I done this, I could have asked about what it meant to be undeclared. The moral of the story is to do one thing: communicate. Ask questions, stay informed. It can't hurt. Hopefully, my story can persuade you to do so. You'll save a lot of time and even more money if you just take some time to do some research. Unfortunately for me, by the time I figured this out, it was too late. I couldn't go back and pick another school I had been accepted to. I have no concrete reason as to why my major was changed, all I know is it was extremely difficult for me to get anywhere if I was undeclared. All hope is not lost, however. I am currently enrolled in Palomar college, where I will knock out some general education requirements for a fraction of the cost of a University. From that point, I will transfer to a four-year school (after I do all my research of course.) I wish the best of luck to any prospective college student. It is a hyper competitive environment, SRnior CnrR SUNCREST LODGE 34540 Engineers Road and Highway 79 (760) 765-0065 6.Bed Full Service Hospice & Dementia Case by Case License #374601019 No Appointments Just Come'In / Now Available Certified Animal U Adjusting 4 " ocP": 1455 Hollow Glen (next to Soundings) OFFICE HOURS" Monday "rues & Thurs 8am-Noon but with a bit of hard work and a little research, you all have the opportunity to go far. Best wishes, Justin Van Bibber 4th of July Parade Photos - Nicks Knacks on Main Street (at C Street) has great pictures of the 4th of July Parade. If you would like to stop in and check and see if we have any of you, we would love to give them to you. Come by anytime Wednesday - Monday 10-5. Nicks Knacks Helping your Community In the Julian News Paper printed on August 3rd, 2011, there were two interesting articles written by the two Defenders of the Julian Merchants Association. If these two Power Houses would focus their energy in helping the other local Julian Merchants, then the joy of shopping in Julian would return. But the lack of support from the Julian .Merchants Association and the local residents has put these local stores on the edge of failure. One defender of the Julian Merchants Association makes great boosts on how she has never lost a business, for you can't lose a business if you just re-locate each time and spend the present time looking out of the basement store, then wishing for Julian to return to the horse and buggy days with muddy streets. The other defender of the Julian Merchants Association likes to tell the people. "Julian commercial rents are comparable, and in some cases slightly lower than in other locations in San Diego Chef's Corner continued from page 6 water in the morning and make sure that they drink the entire contents by the time they go to bed. At the other end of the life span are children, who often ignore thirst cues. It is important to assure they are drinking enough fluids, especially if they're playing outdoors. A good gauge of hydration is the color of their urine. A dark-yellow color is an indicator they are not drinking enough fluids. Just remember that if the weather is hot and you're sweating, that precious fluid needs to be replaced. Next time you venture out into the heat, don't forget to pack a bottle full of this Fruity Sports Drink, or take along a package of the Homemade Powdered Sports Drink to add to your bottle of watefi FRUITY SPORTS DRINK Using natural fruit juices adds both natural sugars and vitamins to your sports drink. Adding sea salt instead of table salt adds an electrolyte source, as the minerals of the sea are very similar to the electrolyte composition in our blood. Sea salt contains 84. minerals, including sodium, potassium, iodine, magnesium, calcium, zinc, manganese and helps to replenish the minerals you lose through perspiration. 1/2 can (3 ounces) frozen, unsweetened orange juice 2 tablespoons freshly squeezed lemon juice 1 tablespoon freshly squeezed lime juice 3/4 teaspoon sea salt 2 quarts water Using a large pitcher, mix all of the ingredients, together until thoroughly combined. Refrigerate and stir to recombine before serving. Makes 2 quarts. HOMEMADE POWDERED SPORTS DRINK 9 tablespoons organic or raw sugar 3/8 teaspoon sea salt 1 packet unsweetened powdered fruit-drink mix Mix together the sugar, salt and powdered fruit drink until well-combined. Place 1/3 of the mixture into each of three small resealable bags. To reconstitute, add the contents of 1 bag to a 20-ounce sports bottle. Fill the bottle halfway with water, close and shake to mix. Fill the rest of the bottle with water and shake to mix again. Alternately, add half the powdered drink to a 20-ounce bottle of water. Replace cap and shake to mix. Add the rest of the powdered drink, replace cap, and shake to mix. Makes 3 servings. (Additional info provided by Tammy Roberts, MS, RD, LD, nutrition and health education specialist, Barton County, . University of Missouri Extension) Angela Shelf Medearis is known as The Kitchen Diva! She's the executive producer and host of "The Kitchen Diva!" cooking show on Her new inspirational book is "Ten Ingredients for a Joyous Life and a Peaceful Home -- A Spiritual Memoir" and was co- written with Pastor Salem Robinson Jr. ( Visit her website at 2011 King Features Syndicate, Inc. Country". Thinking of the game board of monopoly, when from Baltic Ave on the Eastside of Main Street in Julian to Boardwalk on the Westside of Main Street in Julian, where the rent is so high you will have a nose bleed, only to relocate in Wynola. The Julian Merchants Association attitude is, "People want to go back in time and want to forget the hustle and bristle of the city". Based on this type of attitude, Julian very well could end up like Idyllwild which now has board up windows in their stores. If this attitude continues, Julian will be soon gone like a freight train, gone like yesterday, gone like a 59 Cadillac that is never coming back. In looking at the local stores overall financial gain from the year of 2000 to the present time, would the stores show a financial gain? By supporting the Casino according to the Julian Merchants Association, the Casino is the only one who is financially gaining and not the Julian Stores. When the Julian Merchants Association states, "Business owners will adjust the will find what works best for their locations and their Customers". The Julian Merchants Association will say one day. "What Happen"? They can't see the forest because of the trees. Having live in Julian 14 years and having worked in the re-tail business. I am still waiting for the Julian Merchants Association to cut down the forest so they can see the trees. It is a time for a change the Julian Merchants Association needs a new attitude and a new direction. For Apples Days can't continue like the last 5 years, where everyone is selling apple pies from their own stores, bags in front of the Town Hall, just to fill their own pockets. I am not saying to turn Julian into a carnival, Disneyland or a Knots Barry Farm. Good people, think use your heads, give the visitors something else than Apple Pies made with apples from Washington State. Don't push the people to the Casino, or out to the winery to stomp grapes. On October 1st 2011, have Cotton Candy, .Country Kettle Corn, Apple Stomping, Bobbing for Apples, Beef Jerky Hut, Barbecues, Sidewalk Sales, Guns Fights, Country Western Band and a good street Dance. Use the vacant lot on the corner of Washington and Main Street for a park for people to eat at or park to park motorcycles. If not the Julian Merchants Association don't need to see the building closing in Idyllwild. But have these two Power Houses who defend the Julian Merchants Association walk around Julian and take a look at the Ok Corral, talk to the stores owners who are just not making it. Either that, or start writing Julian Obituary, Born in the 1860's died in the 2000's. Killed not by guns or hung by a rope, but killed by the Julian Merchants Association and the Julian Chamber of Commerce because of their blind slightness in not changing. Benjamin J. Roth Sons Spot. continued from page 8 important that they have set aside two breakfasts for the 7th and 8th graders to raise money. The first Sunday in September the 2nd, and the first Sunday in October the 4th, will be the dates. For eight dollars you get a great all you can eat meal with your money going to a great cause. I'll touch on this topic again as time goes by and if you want to be a personal benefactor to the kids, just contact the Junior High and they will put you through to the right people. Here Ye! Here Ye! Friday nights from now till the foreseeable future, The Legion, The Sons and The Ladies Auxiliary will be trading off and making great dinners. This Friday the Legion's men will be in the kitchen preparing a rib eye dinner, that includes baked potato, honey glazed carrots, roll, all the fixins and an ice-cream dessert to boot. You don't get a better meal for ten bucks, even if you cooked it yourself, ... in your hot kitchen,...with dishes to do .... and clean up....then you've got to put stuff away. Anyway, proceeds from the meal benefit the High School Cheerleading Squad. Celebrating Carol continued from page 9 at the library over the last 14 years-until cancer slowed her down. Carol will be deeply missed by Richard Caputo, her husband / "love-mate"; her daughter Beth Nagy (Carl Nagy-Koechlin) and grandsons Joshua Nagy and Julian Nagy of Boston; her son Phi/lip Jacklin of the Geneva, Switzerland region; her stepchildren Jane Allen (David Allen) of Three Rivers, CA; Nancy Coursen (John Coursen) of Centreville, VA; and Scott Caputo, of Los Angeles. In addition, she is survived by her sister Alice Fager (Howard August 17, 2011 Fager) and brother Albert Nagy (Kathy Nagy) as well as a niece, nephews, other beloved family members and close friends. Their lives will never be the same without her. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that those who wish to honor Carol send donations to NOW (National Organization of Women), Feed America, American Friends Service Committee, or Amnesty International. The time and place of a memorial service will be announced in the future. The Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury created a public education initiative called the Real Warriors Campaign for service members and their families. Trained health consultants are at www. and (866) 966-1020. Christine lived and worked in Julian for 18 years - most recently as a vendor at the Warm Hearth. She was recently diagnosed with stage 4 cancer of the lungs, lymph nodes and liver and has moved to Irvine to seek treatment and live with her 85 year old mother. Advanced Tickets available at the back O of the Warm Hearth for more information or to donate Kathy: 760-504-1858 Zamto AMERICAN LEGION 2,00e, 11:3o LINCOLN DEMING POST 468 PETS OF THE WEEK Ruben is a 2 year old male Chihuahua/Beagle Mix who arrived at the shelter as a stray. He is a fun little guy looking for a forever home with a family to play with, a warm bed to snuggle up in (he will gladly share your bed with you) and walks with his humans to. explore the world around him. Ruben is friendly and quickly warms up to volunteers and staff members. Meet Ruben by asking for ID#A1421685 Tag#C679. He can be adopted for $69. Cora is a 2 year old spayed black-and-white kitty who arrived at the shelter as a stray. Inquisitive and spunky, Cora will be a fun addition to any family looking for a furry four-legged friend. Her tuxedo outfit has her ready to go for any occasion and her laid-back personality will guarantee her the life of the party. Meet Cora by asking for ID#A1420671 Tag#C840. She can be adopted for $58. All adoption fees include vaccinations, spaying/neutering (upon adoption), a microchip and free Vet visit. Dog fees also include a 1 year license. Ruben and Cora 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.