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October 8, 2003

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October 8, 2003 Ju//an D/nner Theawe . Pub. Retreat The Julian News 7 Since San IDie00c's 00cuntain I00etreat A Modern Establishment in Turn-of-the 19th/20th-Century Rustic Tradition Hwy 78/79 FIN00 MILL5 L..oDGt rDINN[:R TH[:ATR[: (It's only a short five minute drive from Main Street) IDIne Illlls Lodl IDinm 6 I..OI)(,E RC}OMS 10 CABIN ROOMS SWIMMIN(., POOL 8 ACRLS Completely Renovated and Ready for You and Your Family/ Weddings Parties. Conference Center. Clubs r ...................................................................................................................................................... , ,, .................................................................................................................................................................................. IDn II-lnt.n.s lm Oct: Karaoke Friday - Live Mu.m: Saturdays Open Thurs - Sat: 5 pm - Close (2 am?) Sunday Football/l 0 ant - 6 pm w/food WIDESCREEN "PLAS'L.X" + 2 TV's ilonday Night Football/5 pen to I0 pm w/food Jukebox Every Night - Wanna Dance? IPine Iflills Ui.i. Icm BBQ Ribs & Chichen(Fri./Sat.) + Full Menu Thursday-Saturday Dinner -- 5:30 a.m.-10 p.m. Sat. Lunch at Noon -- Sun. Food Fest 8:30 a.m.-6 p.m. Halloween- DJ-- 8 p.m. to Midnight Thanksgiving Dinner- 3 Seatings Christmas Dinner -- 3 Seatings Xmas Eve Full Party Banquet & Catering "Fresh Air Served Dally... Starry, Starry Nights, NighOy ' JULIAN 1 Mile IDIne ttUls IDoad Blue Jay Road UIN[ I-IILIS UINNI[U |lttTA|l rcrevm-i-)lifld Friday & Saturday Now Through December 20 Unbelievably wall done plays prod.ced by the Kinnoys/ Come enjoy a play a, itb buffet dinno;, Trine and fitfl bar. (7q i0) 765-1100 2960 La Posada Way Julian, CA 92036 www.pinehilModge, com Youe Ao couto ee eeAo RIGHT NOW ey 8000 eeAoees! CALL. (760) 765-2231. THE JULIAN NEWS IS THE ONLY WEEKLY NEWSPAPER SERVING THE AREA EAST OF RAMONA WE ARE HELPING FIRE VICTIMS MAKE UP FOR WHAT THEY LOSTI ON JULY* 29, 201)2, the Pines Fire broke out in Banner due to the negligence of the National Guard carrying out a DEA 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 and controlled on August 22, 2002, after ripping through nearly 62,000 acres. IN JULIAN, WARNER, VOLCAN MOUNTAIN, 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 JLssns'rAe00 COALITION: JOSEPH T. DIBOS AND RICHARD P. VEUKY, (619) 235-0307. THE FIRE VICTIM LEGAL ASSIsTANCE COALITION JOE DIBO$, ESQ. & DICK VERULSKY, 150. - MAKI AN APPOINTMENT TO MEET US AT YOUR PROPERTf. THE SAVVY SENIOR by Carol Martin David Herman, Executive Director of The Seniors Coalition (TSC), testi- fied at the Medicare Coverage Advisory Committee (MCAC) hearing to deter- mine whether or not Medicare will cover certain types of treatment for seniors who suffer from age-related macular degeneration (AMD). The hearing took place on Tuesday, Sep- tember 9, 2003 in Baltimore, Maryland, and was open to the public. The American Academy of Oph- thalmologists and the American Acad- emy of Retina Specialists, among oth- ers, have argued that the drug Visudyn e is the most effective medica- tion available for combating wet AMD, the most serious form of age-related macular degeneration. However, the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) last year issued a denial of Medicare coverage for Visudyne for patients with wet AMD. "CMS' ruling against Visudyne as a form of treatment for wet AMD is a slap in the face for seniors suffering from this destructive disease," said Mr. Herman. "It is even more maddening to learn that CMS granted coverage of Visudyne to treat AMD with classic lesions but not the more serious AMD with occult lesions." Age-related macular degeneration is the leading cause of blindness in Americans over the age of 50. It is estimated to affect over 10 million peo- ple nationwide with another 15 million suffering from early signs of AMD. In his testimony, Herman urged the Medi- care Coverage Advisory Committee to reconsider CMS' decision and to endorse Visudyne as a treatment option for those suffering from wet AMD. Said Mr. Herman, "Every day without proper treatment for wet AMD sufferers is an additional day of irre- versible loss of sight. Without this treatment option, millions of seniors will continue to lose their ability to see. Things we take for granted such as the ability to read, watch television, and see our children and grandchildren grow up will be gone. Their golden years will be covered in a shroud of darkness. Without an effective treat- ment, wet AMD sufferers will continue their irreversible slide into the dark abyss of blindness. That is why I urge you to reconsider Visudyne as a treat- ment option for wet AMD." (c) 2003 DBR Media, Inc. E I F P 2 Z OT 3 LPED 4 PC F D 5 DFCZ P 6 Cub of the Kingdom QUESTION OF THE WEEK I got caught cheating on a test My morn said all cheating is wrong, no matter what the situation. Is she right?  think there are times when cheating is okay. ANSWER The God hates all cheating but loves all honesty. Cheating violates a holy God. Cheating and godliness cannot five together in peace. One must give in to the other. When you think that some cheating is okay, think how you would feel if someone cheated you by falsely taking credit for something really good that you did and subsequently got a reward which should have been yours. What would you think of cheating then? To cover up cheating is a double sin. God hates both. When you start cheating on little things, it becomes easy for you to cheat on bigger and bigger things. Little cheating is cut out of the same piece of cloth as big cheating. Cheating is cheating. (Read Luke 16:t0, Mark 12:40, Proverbs 11:t, Romans 13:9-10) If you have a question, please send it to: Bearly, c/o P.O. Box 1861, Julian, CA 92036 We're there whatever the weather.  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 00-00JUUAN ANIMAL NOSPITAL ELYN S. NUSIC, DVM \\; A;ul n;e 7a Cc, Va;,erna drYePrtat icC ee, \\; \\; surgery & X-rays for dogs, cats, birds,  rabbits, and other companion animals HOURS: 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Mon.[rues./rhurs./Fri. 8:30 a.m.-Noon, Wed. & Sat. For Appointment, Call 765-0500 2907 Washington. Box 550 o Julian, CA 92036