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Cert. Lic. & Ins #3532 760 518 5350 View Lodge Quality Assisted Living, Memory Care and Hospice A Jewel In Your Own Backyard Your family deserves the finest in elder care/ ¢ Patios, gardens and walkways are just a step away, yet within secured grounds,surrounded by beautiful Alpine views and spacious lawns. ¢ A variety of enriching activities occur all day, every day in a program filled with life's joy. ¢ Complimentary tours, luncheons and on-sight assessment program provide a sense of our charm and our service excellence. Office is open daily from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM ¢ Owner operated by the Cioffi family for over 30 years, we offer short term respite stays, day care program, assisted living, dementia and hospice care in an open and airy country setting. ¢ Furnished Semi-Private rates from $2,850.00 per month. Private rooms from $3,550.00 No Appointments Just Come In Now Available Certified Animal ~,] Adjusting .~1~ ~) ti ° $30.00 1455 Hollow OFFICE Monda~ Tues & Thurs : 973 Arnold Way, Alpine, Ca. 91901 Phone 619-445-5291 Fax 619-445-5844 Visit us at State license number 374-600-694 LEGAL NOTICES Jr High Students Reworded For Their Kindness Four students are selected every month by the teachers for a kindness shown to someone at the school. Pictured for the month of September are Christiian, Jason, Josh and Cheyenne. Principal, Mr. Duffy, buys the chosen students lunch and their picture is featured on the Kindness bulletin board for the school year. It's an honor to be awarded, kindness is contagious/ 5368 Student Work i As students from Julian High School write articles forthe paper, they learn lessons in writing and editing, as well as lessons in having your words appear in print for an entire community to see. As our students make mistakes, we ask them to review their mistakes and hope their errors teach them to read more carefully, cite their sources, and prevent these mistakes from happening again. The student below is writing this article due to a mistake on her part in one of her previous articles. We've asked her to research, write, and present the material about plagiarism so she does not make the same mistake again. -Cara Couvillion, Principal of JUHS Copy and Paste by Kjell Reeve "If I have seen further (than other men) then it is by standing upon the shoulders of a giant"- Isaac Newton. All knowledge comes from previous knowledge. Plagiarism is easy to do but hurts you more than anybody. It limits your original ideas and lowers your research and writing skills ( Some reasons students plagiarize are deadlines, overwhelming assignments, and confusion on plagiarism. Some students are intimidated by the high quality of work they find online and thereby undermine their own ability. They don't realize that teachers or professors don't want to know what people on the internet think of the topic, they want to know your own level of understanding towards the assignment. The word plagiarism comes from the Latin word Plagiaius meaning kidnapper which was how the Ronlan poet Martial first described how another poet "kidnapped" his verses ( Webster dictionary defines plagiarism as "to steal and pass offthe ideas or words of another as one's own". United States laws state that original ideas are considered intellectual personal property and are protected by copyright laws as long as they are recorded in a book or computer file etc ( Colleges have a low tolerance for plagiarism and a minimum consequence of failing the class. For example, Baylor University first gives you an automatic zero in the class followed by 2-3 days of suspension and zeros for all assignments missed in those days for other classes as well. If convicted a second time you will be suspended ( Misdemeanors for plagiarism can be fined anywhere between $100 and $50,000 and up to one year in jail. Extreme cases where the plagiarist earns more than $2,500 in profit from the October 6, 2010 Travels With The Julian News Rudy and Bettie Rikansrud are standing in front of their hotel in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Where there son, Erik, and Veronica Silva were married on September 25th. They will honeymoon in Natal and Fernando Noronha for two weeks. The happy couple will reside in Alexandria, Virginia, where Erik works for the State Department. Woody and Jane Barnes visited Moscow early in September here they posed in front of Saint Basils Cathedral, with a very cool local lounging in the background. Woody described the vhoto as a couple of red necks in Red Square. The Spats by Jeff Pickering copyrighte~, ma*er, a, can en~, ~~~ in a $250,000 fine or up to 10 years in jail ( In journalism, if a writer fails to acknowledge a source, he or she loses credibility. The journalist is considered guilty of breaching journalism ethics and is suspended or terminated. The JULIAN UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT SCHOOL BOND ELECTION NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to the qualified electors of the Julian Union High School District ("District") located in the County of San Diego, State of California, that in accordance with applicable law, an election be held on Tuesday, the 2rid day of November, 2010, in the District, at which election there will be submitted to the voters the question of issuing and selling bonds of said District in the amount of not to exceed Two Million One Hundred Thousand dollars ($2,100,000) in accordance with the actions relating thereto taken by the Governing Board of the District. All of the purposes enumerated herein are hereby united and shall be voted upon as one single proposition. The bonds proposed to be issued and sold shall bear interest at a rate not exceeding twelve percent (12%) per annum. The number of years the whole or any part of the bonds are to run shall not exceed the applicable statutory maximum, which is currently twenty-five (25) years in the case of bonds issued under the authority of the Education Code and Forty (40) years in the case of bonds issued under the authority of the Government Code, from the date of the bonds or the date of any series thereof. Each qualified elector of the District shall be entitled to vote only in the District election precinct of which he/she is a resident. The electors in the Distdct shall vote on the following measure on November 2, 2010: PROPOSITION L To maintain a safe and effective quality student learning environmentl provide a modern science/ technology center building and to provide for campus renovations, shall the Julian Union High School District be authorized to issue $2,100,000 in bonds within legal interest rates, including independent citizens' oversight, with mandatory audits, where bond funds will be spent locally, cannot be taken by the State and spent elsewhere, without an increase over projected future tax rates and to qualify for State matching funds? The polls will be open from 7:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m. Ballots will be counted at the Registrar of Voters Office, 5201 Ruffin Road, Suite I, San Diego. Please call 619-694-3405 if you have any questions. RANDOLPH E. WARD County Superintendent of Schools San Diego County, California It's believed that the consequences of plagiarism are shortestscheduled airline flight not worth the extra time you gain is fromthe Scottish island of Westray to its neighbor island, when you plagiarize. Be careful Papa Westray. Flight time is two to cite and quote your sources or minutes, you could face serious penalties. Now or Never by Tessa Williams It's another great year at Juliantimes, and yet they continue to High. Being a Senior in my last appear before my eyes. Still, time year of school is full of fun, has flown by like a subtle wind dedication, and, of course, the in the air. You don't know how occasional (or maybe frequent) fast it's all gone by until you're laziness. Yet I can't fall victim staring it dead in the face. I can't to the destructive Senioritis yet. complain though. These last four It's the beginning of October, years have been nothing but a and I have many priorities to blessing; a huge step among do that are coming manyto come. applications. Thankfully I still have over half a I can't believe how fast all year before I'm casted off into the four years have gone by. And great beyond: I can still be a kid now here I am, dreading the before l need to grow up; 'cause thousands of words l will be filling let's face it, who wants to grow out for my college applications, up nowadays? I will, however, Questions such as: "What year embrace the responsibilities will you graduate", "what type of that will be given to me. So as college do you planon attending" of now I am getting ready to (a two-year or a four-year), "do start application season, apply you plan on attending a private for some scholarships, and, of or public college", etc. These are course, enjoy my last year of high the same dreadful questions that school to the fullest. It's now or I have answered over a thousand never. Date: August 1, 2010 By: Cathy Glaser, Deputy Registrar of Voters Legal 05433 Publish: October 6, 2010 H i! H r~ h