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September 10, 2003 Jul/an D/nner Theatre. Pub Retreat The Julian News 7 "Fresh Air Served Daily... Starry, Starry Nights, Nightly &apos;' SINCIF -- San Die00c's 0000untai. I00etreat A Modern Establishment in Turn-of-the-20th-Century Rustic Tradition Enjoy Beautiful JULIAN and then...and then... Relax at the IplI00I = I00IILLS [IDDI00I=!! (It's only a short five-minute drive from Main St.) 6 Lodge Rooms, 10 Cabin Rooms, Swinmfing Pool, 8 Acres Stay over or just have a drink and meal and watch the woodpeckers 1)eck while you relmx under the tall pines and cedars or take a walk in the country. , Air-Conditioned Fub with r00d and Jukebox (()pen Thm.-Sat. at 5 p.m.--Close, Sire. at Noon-6 p.ln./Outdoor Patio fbr Slnokers/No Minors Alter l 0 p.m.) * Sunday Football -- 3 TVs -- Food Semqee * LIVE MUSIC  The Gemma Show!! Fri., Sept. 5  8:30-11 p.m. -IAOI L.ON I' S I $25 First Prize "Best IkRAOICE Voice"  Sign up if you can really sing!! , rleeant I00inine l}inners August Mmm - Smnptuous BBQ Buffet/Salads N Thm.-Sat. 5:30-9:30/Sun. Branch 8:30-1 p.m. weddings - parties -- conferences - car/bike clubs - nature rcup l00ine l00ills Dinner Theatre Aug'. 29 - Oct. 25: "Forever Plaid" Unbelievably well-done plays produced by the Kinneys! Come enjoy a play with buffet dinner, wine, and full bar. JUMA# (760) 765-1100 - ............  2960 La Posada Way, Julian, CA 92036 00ine. 00illtt00g00.B,u. uavw.pinehillslodge, corn I)innerlheatre / " T 00avvy Senior by Carol Martin Although stroke is the third leading cause of death and a leading cause of debilitation in the United States, a signi- ficant gap exists among Americans between general understanding of stroke and stroke prevention efforts. According to a.survey issued by The National Council on the Aging (NCOA), Americans understand that those who have had a stroke are at greater risk for a future one, yet stroke survivors are not taking all the possible steps to protect their health. While 88% of those surveyed recognized that a person who has a stroke is at greater risk to have another one, statistics show that one-third of all strokes are recurrent, even though there are lifestyle changes and medica- tions available today that can help reduce risk. In addition to basic lifestyle changes, risk of recurrent stroke can be reduced by using appropriate medi- cines. For instance, many patients may benefit from antiplatelet therapy that prevents blood platelets from sticking together and clotting thus helping to reduce stroke risk. Research shows that after sur- viving a stroke, men have a 42% chance of having another one within five years, and women have a 24% chance during the same time period. Suffering an initial stroke also puts people at increased risk for having a heart attack -- a leading cause of death that affects over one million Americans each year. Similarly, having a heart attack also increases the risk of having a first or recurrent stroke. While two-thirds of all strokes occur in people over 65, only one in eight (12%) of those surveyed in this age group indicated they were most concerned about experiencing a stroke given the choice of other serious conditions such as Alzheimer's disease and diabetes that result in fewer fatalities. Additionally, 75% of seniors surveyed said they have never talked to their doctor about stroke risk. "For older Americans, stroke poses a significant health, risk, so it is alarming to us that so few seniors have discussed their personal risk for stroke with their doctor," said James P. Firman, president and CEO of NCOA. "Better education is clearly needed to help all Americans understand their risk of stroke to protect their health:" ,/ Cub of 1he Kingdom QUESTION OF TN WEEK What happens when a person dies? ANSWER That depends on whether the Irson is saved or not saved. Born-again Christians will be raised with transformed bodies [bodies that will never deteriorate], will meet God, and live with Him forever. Anyone whose name is not found recorded in the Book of Life will be thrown into the lake of fire for eternal punishment. Many people fear dsa. Fear of the unknown is natural, and fear of deth can he healthy if if draws us to know more about God. R is helpful to think of death s a beginning, not n end. if Is our entrance into eternal life with God. A fear of death may be n indication of weak relationship with God. You must be ready tp die in order to fully appreciate life. Since Christ lives within you when you are saved, even though your body will die because of sin, your spirit is alive because you have been made right with God. When we ccept Christ, we are given eternal life. This does nor prevent the death of our body, but it does assure true life with God in heaven forever and ever. And isnY that the life thai counts the most? (Refer to 1 Thess. 4:13-8.1 Cot'. 15:52, Rev 14:9-12, Rev 20:15, Ray 21:3, Co 3:1-3, 2 Car 5:1- 10, Phil 1:21, Ram 8:10, I Car 15:42, John 11:25) If you have a question, please send it to: Bearly, clo P.O. Box 1861, Julian, CA 92036. We're there whatever the weather. !iii!< ;; ;i;i . ....... Personal, radio-dispatched service to homes farms, industry, and business MOUNTAIN PRO-FLAME GAS SERVICE FOR COMPETITIVE PROPANE PRICES AND SERVICE THAT, CAN'T BE BEAT 765-0130 789-6755 Greg Yager, Manager P. O. Box 7, Santa Ysabel, CA 00JUUAN ANIMAL HOSPITAL EVELYN S NUSIC, DVM A full-service veterinary practice offering vaccinations, dental care, surgery & X-rays for dogs, cats, birds, rabbits, and other companion animals HOURS: 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Mon.fruese/Thurs./Fri. 8:30 a.me-Hoon, Wed. & Sat. For Appointment, Call 765-0500 2907 Washington Box 550 Julian, CA 92036 WE ARE HELPING FIRE VICTIMS MAKE UP FOR WHAT THEY LOST! ON JULY 29, 2002, the Pines Fire broke out in Banner due to the negligence of the National Guard carrying out a DFA drug surveillance program. The fire destroyed over 37 residential buildings and more than 150 other structures. Through the efforts of many courageous firefighters, the fire was contained on August 12 end controlled on August 22, 2002, after ripping through nearly 62,000 acres. IN JULIAN, WARNER, VOLCAN MOUNTAIH, AND RANCHITA, we are providing help to land owners who have suffered losses to their properly by filing their claims with the DEA and DOJ. If we cannot settle your claim to your satisfaction, we will file suit in Federal Court and litigate your losses. We understand how to pursue all theories of damages including future damages that might occur as a result of the last year's fire. WE ARE SUBMITTING CLAIMS THAT WILL FIX THE FOLLOWING DAMAGES: Home/Outbuilding Replacement Diminution of Land Value Debris Removal Flood Mitigation Culvert Protection, Removal, or Replacement Dozer Damage Tree Replacement Tree Hazard Mitigation Fence Replacement Seeding Soil Remediation Noxious Weed Control Hazardous Soil Mitigation Road Excavation Replacement of Personal Properly Damaged or Destroyed THE FIRE VICTIM LEGAL ASSISTANCE COALITION: JOSEPH T. DIBOS AND RICHARD P. VERLASKY, (619) 235-0307. Remember, each claim is filed individually because the damages are personal to each fire victim. Each claim is separate, and settlement is not dependent upon settlement of the entire group of claimants. Your personal business and privacy are protected. Don't wait any longer. You need the services of THE FIRE VICTIM LEGAL ASSISTANCE OALITIOH: JOSEPH T. DIBOS AND RICHARD P. VERIASKY, (619) 235-1)307. THE FIRE VICTIM LEGAL ASSIsTANCE COALITION JOE DIBOS, ESQ. & DICK VERILASKY, ESQ. - MARl AN APPOINTMENT TO MEET US AT YOUR PROPERTY.