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October 8, 2003 VALLEY INDEPENDENT BANK SUPPORTS ARTS EVENT , .... I INOEPENDENT i Arts supporter Leena Hannonen accepts a donation on behalf of the Julian Open Studios tour from Paul Tullius, vice president of the Julian branch of Valley Independent Bank. A major contributor to this annual event, the bank will display a sampling of the work of each of the 17 artists on the tour from Oct. 10 to Nov. 13. Sixteen Julian studios, not normally open to the public, will be on the tour set for Nov. 15 and 16. Contributors in addition to the bank include Wynola Pizza Express, Julian Real Estate Association, Julian Bed and Breakfast Guild, and Oakwood Creek. Tour maps, available for $15 with a portion of the proceeds earmarked for the Julian Library, are available at the Julian Chamber of Commerce, Julian Weaving Work, and Wynola Pizza Express. For more information phone 760/765.1857 or visit www.julianstudios.or.q. JULIAN AREA REAL ESTATE WARNElk 5PKING5 New construction m te "L--L'o--s -ls Tules '' community of Warner Sprins. z4oo e.s.f./3 BIk/z. 5 BA/peaceful setting/oreous views, lust a chip away from Warner Resort! Cz IZATHy/76o-4zo-5566 Century ZI San Vicente Kathy Small z3o6 Main Street lkamonaj CA 92065 76o-789-7263 JULIAN AREA REAL ESTATE MT. LA G UNA CABINS Spacious & accessible @ 6000' elev. ldeal getaway. 1100 s.f., great room, 1 BR w/8'xlT' loft. Needs kit. upgrades. $115,000. NORDIC CHALET Custom features throughout, no cost spared, pine interior, slate fireplace, kitchen & hath. Secluded, treed setting. Approx. 1250 s.f., renovated '97. A rare find! $175,000. RECREATIONAL US PERMITS ON NATL [ FOREST LAND: " Annual Fees $1450. r Appointments Anytime! REAL ASSETS P.O. Box 129, PINE VALLEY, CA 91926 (619) 659-8410 REACH THE 8000 READERS IN SAN DIEGO'S 8ACKCOUNTRY! CArt THE JUUAN NEWS AT (760) 765-2231. WE HAVE BUDGET ADVERTISING RATES! (760) 765-2620 Fax (760) 765-1838 soundings@mei.ws .Copies, Vellums  www.julianmerchants.orglsoundings & Blueprints NOTARY PUBLIC CUSI"OMER COMPUTER COPIES * COLOR COPIES FED EX IntemetAccess UPS SHIPPING/PACKAGING COLOR COPIES CONFIDENTIAL FAX OFFICE SUPPLIES PRINTING LAMINATING RESUMES M-F 8:30 a - 5:00p FLYERS & NOTICES ANSWERING SERVICE MAIL SERVICES (BULK/PICK-UP/FORwARD) SDG&E AND AT&T PAYPOINT LEGAL, BUSINESS & TAX FORMS BUSINESS CARDS & RUBBER STAMPS SECRETARIAL & COMPUTER SERVICES * CUSTOMER COMPUTER 'A FALL DAY IN THE BACKCOUNTRY' ANTIQUES, COLLECTIBLES, CRAFT FAIR OCT. 25 & 26 IN SANTA YSABEL Santa Ysabel General Store Antiques will be holding its third annual "A Fall Day in the Back Country' antiques, collectibles, and craft fair on October 25" & 26" at the stores big back yard property where Hwy 78 and Hwy 79 meet in Santa Ysabel, 7 miles west of Julian. The fair hours are 9:00 am to 4:00 pm both days - admission and parking are free. Vendors from San Diego and Riverside counties will be displaying and selling a variety of antiques, collectibles and crafts. There will also be refreshments, including fresh Julian apple cider, kettle corn, sodas and bottled water. Also the Pumpkin Patch will be selling pumpkins, corn stalks, gourds and indian corn. Also we are having fresh (chili ristra) strings of peppers and wreaths, shipped in from New Mexico, the chili pepper capital of the world. Proceeds will help benefit the Inter- Mountain Fire and Rescue Department. For more information on vendor spaces, which are 10' x 10' and cost $50.00 for both days, call 760-765-1139. Zell Scholarship BOARD HEARS GALUSHA STATEMENT con't from Page ! of his contract. It has beenreported it cost the district $100,000. If you think of a $1,000 scholarship, this would have provided scholarships for the next 100 years. This is the approximate age of JUHS. The Superintendent earned "F" for leadership. Honesty: I wrote two grants for a total amount of $20,000 for Ray Redding High School. The school never saw this money. I asked for an explanation because the school needed textbooks and supplies. Rather than getting an answer, I was called on the carpet for a cross examination with tape recorders, stsno pads and a room full of people. I never found out what happened to this money. This is one of the questions the federal investigators asked of me when they called about these grants this past summer. I know investigations and convictions are two separate things and I do not know the status of this federal investigation. The Superintendent earned "F" for Honesty. Morality: Webster's New World Dictionary characterizes a moral person as trustworthy, kindly, courteous, respectable, proper, scrupulous, conscientious, good truthful, decent, just, honorable, honest, high-minded, saintly, pure, worthy, correct, above board, dutiful, principled, conscientious, chaste, and ethical. While you may want these qualities in a scholarship recipient: many of these qualities are not found in the former Superintendent. The Superintendent earned "F" for morality. It is not logical to honor a student with a scholarship in the name that is dishonorable. If the donor were not making a political statement with this scholarship, the person would give the money anonymously to a well deserving student. As President Ford said so well, "it is time for the National Nightmar e to be over." It i time for our local nightmare to end. Stop it tonight. I applaud the board to have taken the position on this issue, it is a time to look to the future and not back. Remove the cloud. David Galusha The Julian News 13 Artist Mind Productions and Bailey's Nightclub proudly present A CLASSIC ROCK TRIBUTE CONCERT PARTY Two great bands playing the music of JETHRO TULL & ELP SUNDAY, OCTOBER 12 4to IOPM - SlOcover BAILEY'S RESTAURANT & NIGHTCLUB 4304 Main Street 760-765-3757 For more information  www.artistmindproductionslcom 15 85 59 16 83 60 17 77 48 18 83 59 19 86 47 20 88 52 21 90 54 Rainfall since July 1 = 4.42" The weather In Mayberry Is always perfect a// the time -- but this Is Jullanl It could be snowing or 105" on any given day. - Editor PINE HILLS LODGE & DINNER THEATER IS PROUD TO PRESENT THE SMASH HIT MUSICAL COMEDY A SAN DIEGO FAVORITE.q "FO REVE R P LAI D" WRITTEN BY STUART ROSS DIRECTED BY SCOTT KINNEY VOCAL DIRECTOR, BETTE GORTON The Four Plaids, on their way to their first professional gig at'The Fusel Lounge' were broadsided in their 1954 Mercury convertible and killed instantly. Through the Power of Harmony and the Expanding Holes in the Ozone Layer; in conjunction with the position of the planets, they are allowed to come back to earth to perform the show they never got to do in life. "A smash hit that leaves everyone with a warm feeling, humming the tunes and wanting to come back." Playing every Friday and Saturday BBQ Dinner served from 6:30 pro; Curtain at 8pm Sunday Matinees September 21= & October 12t. BBQ Buffet served from 12:30; Curtain at 2PM 760-765- 1100 www.pinehillslodge.com 2960 La Posada Way, Julian storms. The record high temperature was 93" in 1965 and the record low was 15 in 1961 .The average rainfall is 1.50", up a half inch from September. Rainfall will vary drastically from one location to another. Traditionally, the Cuyamaca area receives about a half to one inch of rain more than Julian in October. For instance, in October of 1925, 5.76' of rain was recorded at the lake. Also there were eight years, since 1888 that no rainfall was recorded at the lake. The full moon, called by some folks as the Beaver Moon, (a Beaver Moon just doesn't sound right for Southern California, so we will humor the name and enjoy it on our own terns) will be on Friday, October 10. The only prominent planet this month is Jupiter, which rises in the east at 2 a.m. The Milky Way escorts us to sleep in the early evening and in the early morning, the dynamic constellation of Orion commands our attention, due south. This constellation is also known as the most famous Irishman in the sky: O'Ryan. The end of Daylight Savings falls on the last Saturday of the month. Here again I just don't understand the concept; you cannot save anything, not even yourself and surely the time is not saved but manipulated by busy minds. To the surprise and delight of many visitors, Julian is a true four-season town. Normally decent autumn foliage is seen this month. However, we are in the fifth year of a drought. Actually, we did receive almost normal rainfall totals this year. However, if you look around at the dying pines, cedars and oaks you can quickly see, that one year of normal rainfall has not made an impact on our forest. The autumn foliage will be about the same as last year, a dull brown to gold. Date Sept Last Week's Weather Reported by CDF, Julian High Low Rain Lake Cuyamaca is the headquarters for all migrating waterfowl. This beautiful lake is traditionally covered with mallards, teal, widgeon, and an occasional canvasback. Coots, or mud hens are on the lake and the surrounding grasslands. Of special interest is the flock of Canada Geese, which were introduced three years ago. Golden eagles and bald eagles are often seen flying south through these mountains and osprey, or fish hawks will spend the winter at Lake Cuyamaca. This is a brief preview of some of the more interesting events and highlights of Julian in October. For those of us here, it's a time to once again bring in firewood, pack away the shorts and settle down for the coming winter. For visitors, my suggestion is to come to Julian during the week. On any weekend in autumn, the small town is packed like the Del Mar Fair. So, best wishes for all of you in not only this dynamic season, but for the rest of the year. um-,,,.=mB=====iI..:==m=z==== OCTOBER ALMAHAC FOR THE BAC..I(COUNTRY by (lint Powell, Naturalist and Sen,or Contributing Writer October gives us the fast real feel of With the approaching cold weather, we autumn: cool nights and warm days. And of receive the blessings of many migrant birds. course the occasional storm and even the Traditionally, I note the arrival date of the first freeze. As you might have noted, I give whitecrowned sparrow as the true harbingcr backcasts, not forecasts. I am not a of autumn. Since l974, rve noted their arrival meteorologist, just a brush covered naturalist dates. The earliest I've noted them is and the only reports on the weather are in the September 21, the latest October 19. They past tense. So please be patient, make your will spend the winter with us, then head back own observations and go from there, north in April or early May. The most According to the National Weather abundant migrant this autumn through spring Service, the average high temperature in is the junco. They arrive by the hundreds and October is 69", the average low is 39 . drain the seeds out a bird feeder like water Extremes run wild this month as the flowing out a colander. On the five major circulation of storms change from southern mountain ranges in this county, small storms (locally they are called Chubascos) numbers of juncos spend the entire year and out of Mexico, to Santa Ana winds, to Pacific nest in the deep shadows of pines and oaks.