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4 The Julian News MOVIE & EVENT SCHEDULE FRI. 3 1:30 4:30 (8:00- RUMORS- LIVE THEATRE) SAT. 4 1:30 4:30 (8:00- RUMORS- LIVE THEATRE) SUN. 5 (2:00 - RUMORS- LIVE THEATRE) 6:00 MON. 6 1:30 4:30 7:30 TUE. 7 1:30 4:30 7:30 WED. 8 1:30 4:30 7:30 THU. 9 1:30 4:30 (8:00- RUMORS- LIVE THEATRE LAST 2 DAYS! SECONDHAND LIONS Rated PC13 COMING SOON OPEN RANGE Rated R OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK AT 5:30 A.M. SERVING STARBUCKS ESPRESSO, COFFEE, AND DANISH PRESENT NElL SIMON'S COMEDY RUMORS $22 - ORCHESTRA $20 - DRESS CIRCLE $18 - UPPER DRESS CALL 760-7097008 TO ORDER TICKETS OR BUY TICKETS AT THE BOX OFFICE ' 10 A.M.to 8 P.M. PRODUCED BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT WITH SAMUEL FRENCH RAMONA MAINSTAGE THEATRE 626 Main Street Ramona. CA 92065 760-789-7008 JULIAN ARTISTS SET DATES FOR OPEN STUDIOS TOUR Visitors to Julian will have an opportunity to step inside the studios of many of the professiona[ artists who live in and around the town during the annual Open Studios Tour set for November 15 and 16, 2003. This tour is the largest and most comprehensive yet for the Julian artists. It's been expanded from one to two days, so visiting art lovers will have the opportu- nity to view the work of 18 participating artists in the 16 studios that will be open for the event. This is a rare opportunity to explore the quiet country lanes and back roads surrounding Julian while visiting studios that are not normally open. All studios are located within a seven-mile radius of Julian. Artists will be available to discuss and demonstrate current projects. Participating artists comprise a majority of the professional artists who live and work in the Julian area. They include Beryl Warnes, Julian Weaving Works; Annie Dover; Stan Goudy; Charlotte Mitchell; Helen Petre; Don Weeke; Leena Hannonen, Magnetic Design; Chuck Kimball and Nanessence; Bob Verdugo; Dorothy Musher; Ann Reilly; Sally Snipes; Timothy Hitchcliff; Marie Hutchinson; Marjorie and Joe Rubenson; and Dexter Mugford. On display will be works in a variety of media including oil and watercolor paintings, ceramic objects, sculpture, photography, digital collage, and hand- woven rug and saddle blankets. Others are handmade artist's books, freeform glass objects, and jewelry. Many items will be available for sale. Studios will be open between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. Maps showing locations of all the studios, priced at $15 each (25% of the map sales to be donated to Julian Library), can be obtained from the Julian Chamber of Commerce, P.O. Box 1866, Julian, CA 92036; please enclose a stamped, self-addressed envelope (760- 765-1857). They will also be available at the Julian Weaving Works in Santa Ysabel (760-765-1986) and the Red Barn on Hwy. 78 in Wynola (760-765-3636). Julian Open Studios began in 1999 when a trio of artists living along a coun- October 8, 2003 RESTAURANT AND NIGHTCLUB 2307 MAXN STREET (1 block west of Town Hall) (760) 765-3757 CATERING SERVICE AVAILABLE CALL CAROL FOR CATERING INFO *WE CAN CUSTOM-DESIGN A MENU FOR YOUR EVENT* LARGE SPACE AVAILABLE FOR EVENTS/VEDDINGS/PARTIES OPEN THURS.-SUN. AND HOLIDAY MONDAYS AT NOON J THIS WEEK FRI., 10/10-- BEN ROBINSON BAND SAT., 10/11 -- JOE DOG AND THE BLUES HOUNDS try lane decided to showcase their work to locals and visitors on a Saturday after- noon. By 2002, Open Studios had expanded to two days and included works of 19 ,flal= Julian artists; it drew art-loving visitors from South ern C alifornia a n d beyond.t IIII  E I i'E 0Pf The home of more than 35 professional artists, historic Julian is an emerging SABEL GENERAL arts community in San Diego County. The town, located in the mountains 65 miles :U n,u,, ANTIQUES > east of downtown San Diego, was the site of the o'nly real gold rush in Southern California. Artist studios and workshops dot the country lanes and back roads surrounding the town. Fall Day In The Back C0unt00"00 A DONS leap PLEA FOR I TUDENT TRIP Loca enenceSince 1988 l .t ,PI r,i ir-r' ,,' #. //P" "1," I f"t,, tr"  =. ['. P""f" "I t by Jennifer Wylie' EngliSh Teacher' EngliSh Department Chair' Journalism i aS]O rj. Fe]]i,n g e Advisor, Literature Club Advisor, Europe Coordinator & Contributing Writer NllUi::b ' bULLP_bIILI:b ' L,r" I b ' F:At As John Dewey said, "Education is not a two by four; it should not be limited to the two covers of a book and the four walls of a classroom." He was right! 0CTOBER ! ! 261 e 9',00AM 4:00PM  Students need to sea the world, and you can help them do ifl From March 31, 2004, to April 9, 2004, I will be taking Julian High School's Literature Club students on a tour of England, Scotland, and France. During our tour, we will visit many of   Europe's most famous landmarks such as Big Ben, Lech Ness, and the Eiffel *Long-Tern Forest M.aintenaoce and Pla.nmg Tower. We will be traveling with and through EF (Education First) Educational *Woodsplitting and Firewood he HwV 8 79 meet Tours and the cost of the ten-day trip (which includes everything) will be $2,150.00 14-% 3275 Hwy 78. Box 311 ' ,.i"=]lJ " 1= per student, a total of $55,900.00 for the 19 students and seven chaperones going r=p,KulN' Santasabei, CA 92070  7miles" ) onthetrip. I am writing this letter to ask if you would be willing to help a student in need reach their goaF to raise the money they need to participate in this once-in-a- FREE ESTIMATES q ,.,__r. ,n ....   For Verdor Inrmaen u  West t3f [  lifetime educational opportunity. As the advisor of the club and the coordinator of 760-7Pl139 , " ",.-. ! I[ u the trip, I see how hard my students have been wor.king to be able to py for their F00,00lly -,, ,,,avT"sured"r Your Protection  W'."" I I Ca despite how hard they are working are falling short of their goal. We have been trying to raise the money needed for the trip for the past two years and are so close to meeting our goal. However, I have a few students that really struggle financially at home, and their parents are not able to supplement their fund-raising efforts, lt would be such a tragedy for them not te be able to participate because E.RICDAUBERIt7607600.00.9700 BRETItlffCIt00S000 :rzIBiUNUNOZ2 7 ZUN ...... buildingsAS'yu drvarounto'wn,OUmade by people who casee'mn;most likely wereSignSnevern "], they simply don't have enough money. As you may be aware, we area small, rural "'.---'-------- H 7674690 -.------ ---- uae erro;as'tlle'subi;min';t ainT our ;nd "e ,=,r.,=,.4 ., h=,..r,mm=rn,l,=,r Th,=,= i,ern,=,L J' school located in the mountains of Julian, often called "the backcountry." Being a 6 I small, rural school, we lack the funds to generate money that would fund a trip of :l as:iii:h!!cgri!mternnrSe;fS ii this magnitude. We would be so grateful for any monetary support you would beLiterature C:760-271-9585 C:760-519-9469 'neegreean: , able to give the Julian High School Club, and the students that would benefit from your generosity would literally be able to do something that they BAD SIGN EXAMPLE: 2 HOUR SERVICE Rule No. 817: When a number and a noun form a I one-thought modifier before a noun, = make the,noun,singular andhyphenate , the expression (i.e., 2-hour service). I I i Nursery Plants -- Growing Sup )lies BA GS Bit LA URA (at Stonewall Center) Leather Purses * Backpacks Hats Wallets , & Much More 2000 Mai. Street, # 105  '1 Julian, CA 92036  .. "y (760) 765- 1880  v never thought that they could do. Thank you so much for your thoughtful consideration of this request. ANALYSIS FINDS DOLLARS, VOLUNTEER HOURS REVEAL STRONG AMERICAN LEGION IMPACT INDIANAPOLIS -- Community volunteers often wonder if their efforts make a difference. For members of The American Legion throughout the nation, an analysis of reports covering the past 12 months provides evidence that it does -- to the tune of $40.5 million and counting. .A review of reports covering July 2002 through June 2003 finds that Post service officers gave more than 250,000 veterans assistance in seeking to obtain earned benefits from the Department of Veterans Affairs. More than 5,000 volunteer members of Legion Color Guards and Honor Guards gave 103,049 veterans final graveside military honors. More than 26,000 veterans found jobs through Legion job placement action, and another 23,000 were placed in critical job-training positions. When it comes to volunteer time, you cannot put a price on the more than 3.4 million hours members of The American Legion put in. Legionnaires also rallied more than 2,000 communities for September 11 Remembrance ceremonies. And the local blood supplies were filled with 90,000 pints of blood from these wartime veterans. Since 1919, members of The American Legion have remained committed to their community, state, and nation through volunteer service to veterans, their families, and the children of America. The American Legion is the nation's largest wartime veterafs organization. etAS[.q I "]UF we learn 'om ou mistakes, shouldn't I try to make as many Ltstakes am l)sslble?" YOU DON'T SAY! ..... '  The heartbeat of a whale consists of only nine beats a minute. The Mojave ground sqUirrel, native mostly to the AmericRn West, hibernates for two-thirds of every year. " - ,, For years after the Battle of Waterloo, dentures called "Waterloo teeth" were sold throughout Europe. They were real human teeth taken from the corpses of soldiers on the Waterloo battlefield. An elderly adult can function well with only four to six hours of sleep a night. The temperature of the earth's interior increases by one degree every 60 feet down. At Brook's, the 18th-century English gambling facility, the faro table had a big, semi-circular section cut out of one of its sides. This was done to accommodate the enormous belly of the statesman Charles James Fox. The term, bamboozle, meaning to fool or cheat, traces its origin back to the Chinese custom of punishing swindlers by hitting them on the hands and back with bamboo poles. If atrillion dollar bills were stacked one on top of the other, the stack would be twice as high as Mount Everest. Grower Cleveland was the only president to be married in the White House, At the court of Louis XIV, only the King and Queen could sit in chairs that had arms. Chiropractic / Massage Therapy I M0qo St, .... Mr (76o) 765-o555 So,o. 51 .... Mr Jr,,,. .,., u,-ql DESEIT MOUPIfAIr't!..,: WB_U'IE&S CEPflEI I Dwiqkl L Po,,, D.C. I () 649 I D,,I,I I, D.C. I [11:'=" t I-I--t "1"1,,,,.91, PROFESSIONAL SERVICES Attorney Dentist Full-Service Income Tax & Accounting Service Garden Classes/Consulting .00r00O00,00TZY-AT-L00W Joi00 E. fibs DDS GENTLE DENTISTlff L, c D ANTHONY ., J. ROMANO (760) 765 2100 ACCOUNTANT Real Estate, Estate Plans . 2122 Main Street, Julian Business and Water Law (619) 696-9916 VENEERS " COSMETIC BONDING " DENTURES 191)t Brat Ave., Suite 188 . WHITENING * COMPLETE ORTHODONTICS San Diego, CA Senior Citizen Discounts Member ADA, CDA & SDCDS Most Free Choic,e Insurance Plans Accepted Income Tax and Accounting Full-Service Firm Rebecca Duplissey Luers, CPA MASTERS DEGREE IN TAXATION, MEMBER AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS & CALIFORNIA SOCIETY OF CPAs r Accounting and financial statements i Tax planning and QuickBooks and small business nsnlting [ Personal attention to your special needs Wynola Center, 4367 Hwy 78, Suite 112, PO. Box 1934, Julian CA 92036 Teh(760) 765-0343 Fax: (760)765-0150 Email: rebeeea@luerscpa.om HOME & FARM INSURANCE Business and consumer banking with a commitment to customer service Arian Knutson License # 0707556 "Call for a [ Quote Today" Insurance "k HOME * AUTO "k HEALTH * FARM "k AGRI-BUSINESS BUSINESS REPRESENTING an utson suraflc Agency Allied CalFarm Grange 1-800-542-9333 "We know the Julian area" Business & Consumer Banking VALLEY INDEPENDENT BANK Member FDIC www,vibank.com Julian [ 765-2765 Land Surveying  ___LAND__ SURVEYING OF VARIOUS TYPES Property lines Line adjustments Rnch boundaries Aerial mapping Construction layout ALTA surveys Litigation support Engineering drawings Development advice Robert Lee McComb & Associates Julian s Licensed Surveyor Serving the East County since 1977 Office in Julian since 1980 2015"G" Main St. (760) 765-1951 Fax 2095 e-mail:too nu mentpeak@j.lian-a.om Senior Care . 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