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2 The Julian News September 10, 2003 Fine Art Gallery HELGA O. ART CENTER & SHOPS Candy =, lian's Bear" FUDGE *Maple Cindy* Chocolate= eSalt Water Taffy* Sugar Free 45.0 tunes of candU (760}-765)785 2116 Main Street (upstairs) Next to Julian Caf6 Open ewy day Furniture Works IDERSI00IWOOD Manufactured in Julian Makers of a//wood cabinets, furniture & home accessodes since 1979 (760F765-202 * (lK}O}-6{$5-O481 m. Mlml.net Open .vet3r day • 2015 Main Street Art Gallery LimiM Edifies Joe (;n,¢io end otter noJiQoy knGvm Qrtith fine ar po${ert, giflt, • jwelP/& home ©teeth Wedeln, Notive n, elkon, and wildlih books, ph } dildtem room loved I/tehen for our excelled book section Custom Framing BFA Degree - 14 Years Experieaee 2015A Main Street + (760) 765-I$09 I Furniture Refinishing BY PAT KELLY Antique Restoration Hish PoUsh Finishes CUSTOM FURNITURE TOUCH-UP FINISHING OLD WORLD CRAFTSMANSHIP "You*ll be smiling, too!" 2022 Second Street • Julian P. O. Box 1321 (760) 765-2754 Gifts JULIAN BELL, BOOK & CANDLE (760) 765-1377 Candies & Candle Accessories Home Decor Gifts Aroma Therapy/Bath Products Specializing in Wedding Candles Carved Candles Crafted in Store Your Home Town Yankee Candle Dealer 2007 Mslll SWeet • Suite B P.O. Box 1225 • Julian, CA 92036 entail: jbbc@julianweb.com www.julianemart.com Gifts/Christmas Items B Christmas Cottage CHRISTMAS ALL YEAR (760) 765-3885 • SeasgnCallHOltiidY sItems • Boyds Collection • Russ Berrie * Plush Bears 2007A Main Street P.O. Box 1225 • Julian, CA 92036 E-mail: jbbc@julianweb.com Groceries/Dry Cleaninl/Deli Groceries & Deli 1 2202 Main St. • P.O. Box 2453 Julian, CA 92036 765-2606 ATM AVAILABLE All Manufacturer's Coupons Accepted Flowers/Art/Books e:AltaDenaDairyProducts =Firewood I1" ",All Occasions! ! [ SERVING GREAT DELl" ............ SOUPS & SALAD *NOW HAVE ATM ACHINE' 4!1 manufacturers coupons acdepted, m LOT; OF" FREE PARKING' - r.;,c;.a It=i,t(,r.'s'C. Stalkm ':!i HOURS: 8:00 AM - 7:O0 PM Monday thru Friday 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Saturday & Sunday Plelm | |I]l[Jly-LVLOHdy 2117 Main Street, Julian (760) 765-0550 ]0-Spm ~ 765-3638 Pharmacy & Sundries 6sr.  880 JULI,00N DIIU(00 JrlOIIl00 & E;00ND¥ I00IINIE INHY DIRI¥IE DOWN lille HILL • • • HOLI D/&Y ITEM/ •/UNDRIEf -- VIT/XMIN/ • RE,&L CNDY MINE • UNUJrU,L GIFTS & IOUVENIRf • BFJNUTY & B/TH DEPT. • ROOM FULL OF GREETING C/XRD.f • FILM/DEVELOPING (760) 765-0332 2134 M/MN JrTREET JU LI,N, C/XLIFORNI, Video RENT 10, GET 1 FREE. PREPAID PLAN AVAIL. JULIAN VIDEO CENTER LARRY BOWEN Proprietor 2030 Third Street Sony Playstation Open 7 Days a Week DVD Rentals Available TV & VCR Rentals 765-1961 Wood-Burning Stoves THE WARM HEARTH Wood Stoves & Outdoor Furniture CS.C LIc. #518239 • WOOD STOVES • FI REPLACES • BARBEQUES • OUTDOOR FURNITURE • TCHEN & GFTWARE 2125 Main Street EO. Box 189. Julian, CA 92036 (760) 765-1022 Furniture/Arts/Crafts THE JvL/a Tao/xa POST Now featuring heirloom furniture made of rare Brazilian cherry wood from barns 100 years old or more from Sutters Mill. We also feature local artists & crofters, greeting cards, home decor, and yard art. Artists & crofters needed for a weekend craft loire. Call (760) 765-3555 for details. Watercolor classes on Saturday i.4 p.m. 3411 Hwl/. 79 (I mile svuth of pvst office) P.O. Bx 2277 Julian. C(! :920301 (7#0) 765-3555 NOW OPEN-- THE RED BARN AVAILABLE EVENINGS FOR BANQUETS & PRIVATE PARTIES =6 O-SEAT CAPACITY dVI S ITOR'S CENTER, LOCAL ART, FINE GIFTS & FURNISHINGS The Julian News is authorized to print official legal notices of all kinds including: Liens, Fictitious Business Names, Change of Name, Abandonments, Estate Saes, Auctions, Public Offerings, etc. Please call The Julian News at (760) 765-2231 for competitive rates. The Julian News is a legally adjudicated newspaper of general circulation in the State of California, County of San Diego, Legal No. 577843. THIS SPACE AVAILABLE $90.00 3-MONTH CONTRACT CALL: (760) 765-2231 THIS SPACE AVAILABLE $90.00 3-MONTH CONTRACT CALL: (760) 765-2231 IIID)IIDA I. IDA%,IIIIliA%, qJ/gl/l lll  - //t,I)lk3; Flora O. Paipa, 84, passed away August 28, 2003, in Escondido. Flora was born September 9, 1918, on the Santa .Ysabel Indian Reservation and lived there her whole life. She had worked for the Manzanita Ranch and Farmers, both in Wynola. She loved her grandchildren and enjoyed all the people who came to visit. She was a quilter and a collector. Flora is survived by her sons Lester (Shed) and Leslie Paipa of Santa Ysabel; daughters Caroline Kittling of Paris, CA, and Beatrice Pena of Santa Ysabel; sister Lucille Lipton of Rincon; 13 grandchildren; 15 great grandchildren; and 3 great great grandchildren. She was predeceased by one grandchild. Recitation of the Rosary took place on Friday, September 5, 2003, at Bonham Bros. & Stewart Mortuary, Ramona Chapel. Funeral Mass was held on Saturday, September 6, 2003, at Mission Santa Ysabel. Final interment will take place at the Mission Santa Ysabel Cemetery. Bonham Bros. & Stewart Mortuary assisted the family. MAKING SENSE OF MEDICARE September 16 -- Take a Loved One to the Dodor Day Too many people wait until an emergency arises before seeing a health care provider, often risking serious threats to their health. If someone you love or if you have not seen a doctor lately, join with millions across the country on September 16 for Take a Loved One to the Doctor Day. The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and ABC Radio Networks are sponsoring Take a Loved One to the Doctor Day to encourage individuals to take charge of their health by making an appointment to visit a doctor or other health care professional. The Second Annual Take a Loved One to the Doctor Day is part of a national campaign to close the health disparities between racial and ethnic minorities and the general population. Too many African American, Hispanic/ Latino, Asian American/Pacific Islander, American Indian, and Alaska Natives are dying prematurely and suffering from preventable diseases such has heart disease, stroke, cancer, diabetes, HIV/AIDS, infant mortality, and vaccine- preventable diseases. By providing education and helping people gain access to health resources available through HHS, we can help make positive changes. While Take a Loved One to the Doctor Day is targeted toward racial and ethnic minorities who suffer from the greatest health disparities, "prevention and early detection" is an important message for everyone regardless of race and ethnicity. Medicare beneficiaries should take note that Medicare has several preventive benefits to help them stay healthy including: • Mammography for breast cancer screening • Pap smears for cervical cancer screening • Tests for colorectal cancer screening , Bone mass measurements for osteoporosis • Diabetes self-management and blood glucose monitoring . Flu and pneumonia vaccinations ..... These Medicate benefits ca nbe the key'to tongqaSting good hea[!h. A t "doctor shoLil;J be ;onsu]ted b h'elp'determine an;/]lealth risks and the need for these preventive screenings. Don't delay any longer. Your good health is important not only to you but also to your friends and family. Help celebrate Take a Loved One to the Doctor Day by making an appointment for yourself or someone you love. If you would like more information about Take a Loved One to the Doctor Day, visit www.healthgap.omhrc.gov or call 1-800-444-6472. For more information about Medicare, visit www.medicare.gov or call 1-800-MEDICARE (1-800-633-4227) or TTY/TDD 1-877486-2048. THE MECHANIC'S CORNER The end of summer and early fall are good times to have your vehicle professionally maintained• Although today's sophisticated vehicles don't need as much mileage maintenance as did the older ones, they still need attention• Having your transmission fluid and filter, fuel filter, PCV valve and other fluids maintained is very important. Besides the condition of your tires, the undercarriage compo- nents are also an integral part of your car's performance and care. © 2003 DBR Media, Inc. JULIAN DATEBOOK BANNER QUEEN GALLERY at the Old Trading Post, 36766 Hwy. 78, Julian, (760) 765-2168. Artwork by Robert Freeman, Julian and Ramona Artists. Open Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, 1-5PM and by appointment. SANTA YSABEL ART GALLERY, Hwy. 78 & 79, Santa Ysabel. Featuring many local area artists. Painting, sculpture, and more. Call (760) 765-1676 for into. HELGA O GALLERY & SHOPS, 4470 Hwy. 78, Julian (Wynota). Featuring many of the finest artists from San Diego County. Most unusual gifts -- Teak and great country- western furniture -- Selective books and lots more. First Saturday of Each Month -- SIDEWALK SALE. Open Wednesday- Monday, 10 AM-5 PM. Call (760) 765-4600 for into. JULIAN TRADING POST & ORCHARD, 3411 Hwy. 79 (1 mile south of Julian), (760) 765-3555. Features local artists & crofters, greeting cards, home dcor, yard art. New: Heirloom furniture made from rare Brazilian cherry wood. Open Wednesday-Sunday, 10 AM-5 PM. Painting classes Saturday 1-4 PM. LIVE MUSIC NIGHTS, Wynoia Pizza Express, 3 miles west of Julian in Wynola on Hwy. 78, 6-9 PM. See to right and page 3 for into. WEEKEND BAZAAR at St. Elizabeth's Church, 4th & B Streets, Julian. Open Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, 11 AM-5 PM. JULIAN BLUEGRASS FESTIVAL -- Frank Lane Park, Sept. 20 & 21. At the 4-way stop sign in downtown Julian (there's only one), take a left to Frank Lane Park approx. % mile on the right-hand side. SATURDAY TICKET PRICING At the gate/S16 - Advanced/S14 Juniors Ages 7-11/$5 SUNDAY TICKET PRICING At the gate/S15 - Advanced/S13 Juniors Ages 7-11/$5 , Order ADVANCED tickets online at: trlcopolisrecords•com Art Works SANTA YSABEL GALLERY 30352 Hwy. 78 (at Hwy. 79) P.O. Box 480, Santa Ysabel, CA 92070 765-1676 OPEN WED.-SUN. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Featuring the Finest Local Painters, Sculptors, and other Artists Aft Studio ON THE PATZO WHAT I00r! Call in an order.- have ,t ready when you arrive! 765-1906 u MIND YOUR Ps AND Os! tf you're in a service industry, your first responsibility is to your customer& Even when business is slow, that's not your cue to stand around, gabbing with fellow employees. Often when that happens, a customeiS left standing, waiting for y0ffto finish talking before he or she can get some assistance. If you need to gossip, do so on your own time -- at lunch or on breaks. Never ever leave a customer waiting. It's the height of rudeness. BEAUTY TIP If you're on a diet, water is your best friend. Drinking a glass of water can keep hunger at bay. It will also hydrate you and help the appearance of your skin. Diet soda, although relatively calorie-free, bloats you. Seltzer or club soda will also bloat because of the carbonation. Your best bet is to stick to water. It's the best thirst quencher there is, and it's also your best diet aid. @2003 DBR Media, Inc. SS.ECl ONE or25 _.. AT C(Xt RESTS.. 0a-G0 _/PJ. 20 RE SUNDAY THRU THU]DAY II Heated II Finn, & S00xummr I/ Pa.tto /I 11:00 AM- 8:00 PN , n;,,,,.,,, ], li:00 M4- 9:00 PN r Casual, Relaxed, and Pleasant And)iance 760-765-1004 3 MILES WEST OF JULIAN IN WYNOLA ON HIGHWAY 78/79