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2 The Julian News Art Gallery >2168 Candy / Fudge Art Gallery Santa Ysabel Art Gallery 30352 Hwy. 78 (at Hwy. 79) RO. Box 480 Santa Ysabel, CA 92070 765 1676 OPEN Thursday - Monday 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. Featuring the Finest Local Artists Garden & Gifts 7650480 Heron ray to Monday  1i - 4 2116 fftlird Street Catering More Than Great Pizza Motorcycle Apparel HO Leathers, Apparel, Gifts [ &Jewelry 2000 Main St. 760-765-2966 on corner of Main & C St. www.julianhogheaven.com Let I Wynola Pizza Cater Your Next Event * Food Seulptures * Simple to Complex * Sell'or Full Servlee * Reasonable Prle (760) 765-1004 "h "s ' ' C ' Eag!esl:00:00anK=,gi00ng ....... !ass|c 3-0.3 Basketball Torment Nov. 26-27, 2010 Basketball Tournament Benefiting 2ore Entry. Rules 1. Entry fees: lncludestournyshirt Elementary Brackets* $16 per player (grades 3-5 and 6-8) High School Brackets- $20 per player (grades 9-1=, lncludh t8 We old) Adult Brackets- $k5 per player (bracket by age: 19+, 30% 40 ad 50+) a. Payment retest accompmly the entry form and be marled no later than the dose date, November o, 2olo 3- Registration forms will NOT be processed without the catty fee enclosed. 4- Games will be-gin Friday night and captains will be notified by. phone, Tuesday, Nov. aS, 2olo regarding first game, time and court. 5- The tournament is open to myone in 3rd grade and older 6. The totwnament is a double eHmlnafion format or round robin depending on tbe number of entrles, 7. Teems will be placed into dg'isiens based on age. Age brackets to be determined based on how many entries received. ReNstrafion Players and ages: Shirt sizes: Team Name: Captain: Phone #: Ernail Check or Money Order to Julian Eagles Booster Club PO Box 417, Julian CA 9=036 Cut out and send in with payment %r" .......... ......... Vaccinations Available Julian Medical Clinic has Flu shots and Whooping Cough vaccine available now. Please call the Clinic office for an appointment. 760-765-1223 WE INVITE YOUR OPINION/ The views expressed by our contributing writers are their own and not necessarily those of The Julian News management, We invite all parties to submit their opinions and comments to The Julian News. All contributed items are subject to editorial approval prior to acceptance for publication. Letters must include your name and contact information. Letters may be mailed to: Julian News P.O. Box 639 Julian, CA 92036 email: /etters@juliannews.com in person: Julian News Office (in Soundings Complex) 1453 Hollow Glen Road (9am - 3:30pro Mon-Fri) Deadline is Friday Noon for the next weeks issue []  MAILED 52 WEEKS- $40.00 , First Class Delivery- S120.00 Mail Subscription To: Julian News P.O.Box 639 Julian, CA 92036-0639 e mH NAME: ADDRESS: Cy State TELEPHONE: ( ) VISA [7 MASTERcARD r-I Ceorr CARD NuaeeR: EXIqlC'I1ON DATE: / PAYMENT METHOD CHECK [-I MONEY ORDER [7 Zip +4 CASH 17 SlGNKnJRIE: For information, call (760) 765-2231 Dear Editor; Several things on my mind after your front page article about making the speed on 78/79 through Wynola 45 mph. How do we know what the speed is now? I see no signs anywhere from Julian to Ramona that tell us what the speed limit is. I see a sign at Dudley's that speed is enforced. What speed are they talking about 25, 55, 60 mph? Who knows? What are they going to enforce or are they using "Basic Speed Law," careful here, could be a trap here. They also took away passing in this area, why? Is it easier to paint a double yellow line and maybe add some signs? I have an idea; they could set up early in the A.M. and have their quota before the Coffee House opens or, they could use one of their volunteer cars (that seem to come up here a lot) and have them park in the area, that could help. I almost never see anyone there to enforce the rules, so why are they taking more of our privileges? We have only 2 legal turnouts and 4 passing areas from here to Ramona. In years past we had more than double the area to pass. But if we don't know what the posted speed is maybe we are going the right speed? They could make a passing lane going up the hill by the Golden Eagle and enforce the five vehicle law, that would help a lot! They have the time to paint yellow stripes, and post speed signs (maybe) but can't cut the four to six foot high weeds aong the highways. Highway 78 is a "scenic" road, but the weeds are higher than the fences - now that's a good ook. If it was my property CALFire would cite me and then turn me over to the County and say fix it or else. I see signs along 78, 79 and the 76 to stop busses and RV's over 45 feet long, to keep them off these highways. I hope the planning group and the Chamber of Commerce are trying to fight this. We need to keep the tour busses coming here. But of course if they can't tell what the speed limit is how do they know how long a bus is? I write this because they say we have rights and privileges, and it's true. But they keep taking them away. Concerned Commuter (Name withheld by request) Julian voters turned out in strong numbers Tuesday at both Polling places for the off year General Election. The Town Hall and the Julian Branch Library / 92036 / t / email: " Jliannews.com .,j ran out of paper ballots about 5:35 pm. The call was made to the ROV to send up more paper ballots, while in the mean time, the electronic voting machines went into action right after paper ballots ran out. Provisional ballots also had strong turn out as did the walk ins to turn in their mail in ballots. When the electronic voting machine started to malfunction, voters opted to use the booth ballots, which were in other languages than English; they didn't care, just as long as they got to vote. Voters even made light of the situation, which made our wonderful poll workers feel more at ease with a ROV foul up. Some voters were requesting; (jokingly) Can I have a booth ballot in "Mandarin Chinese" please. The foul up with the ROV was basically not enough paper ballots sent to the polling places. The Library polling station started off with 175 paper ballots and the Town Hall polling station started with 155 paper ballots. By 7:05 pm another 50 ballots were delivered to each polling station and what seamed like exasperation from the messenger, "There is not a straight line coming up here" What a wonderful town we live in as the voters were patient and understanding, adapted and overcame a situation which would have caused turmoil in most other parts of the county and used the other ballots which were the same ballots in English but just in other languages. As a combat veteran of 21 years, and a small town full of veterans, young and old, I thank you all for exercising your civic duty and right to vote, by taking a few minutes out of your day and going to the booths. Voting in my opinion on large or small programs, is one of the best ways to support your military, it's one of the most important freedoms we have. Chris Sanders To the Julian voters who ended up at the Library, THANK YOU. In my over 30 years as precient inspector, we have never before run out of ballots. Due to your understanding, patience and humor , you turned what could have been a worst case scenario into an adventure. Thanks to a great board of poll workers, we can assure you that every vote you cast ended up at the Registrar of Voters safe and one time. See you at the next election. Marion Moore Poll Worker November 10, 2010 i (NEW FEMALE BIKER CLOTHING/APPAREL) SURPLUS BAGS/BACKPAC Mscellaneous Backpacks Julian Handmade Souvenirs, Cups, Magnets JULIAN CENTENNIAL BALL CAP Fudge Books (across from Julian Pie Company) Selling Home Made Fudge Fri. & Sat. 11-5 Sunday 12-5 From Borrego Springs Fudge Factory) The Julian BOOK HOUS_EI superb reading material l Selling Rare and Good Used Books Diana & Don Garrett - Owners 2230 Main Street P.O. Box 2003 Julian, CA 92036 760-765-1989 "A Perfect muffin, a cup of French Roast and conversation around the table.., can life ge an 9 better?" Java Joe COFFEE HOffSE Hot & Cold Drink00 Good Food 1921 Main NL in an oraer: 7600;'1906 with e.,,.a 1000lWpi==a Calzones ualilu Dictu =.SJlu.lli Game Over * rrloa00- fish 00ac0s q.gs s 2018 Main Street 760 765 4600 Michael Hart and Michele Harvey ..... OwnersPublishers Don Ray ........ i  ....,i i,.. i i..;; 2iii! Consultant Feurea Mic.ee Harvey Ve u on Coual Scott Baker David Lewis Eric Stamets ..... Kiki Skage Harrfs Marisa McFedries Jean Anderson Laurel Granquist Albert Simonson Ed Huffman J. Grant Lance Arenson Syndicated Content North American Precis Syndicate, Inc. King Features Syndicate E/The Environmental Magazine The Julian Hews is published on Wednesdays. All publications are copyright protected. 2009 All rights reserved. The iullan News is a legally adjudicated newspaper of General Circulation in the State of California, Case No. 577843 By Mail The Julian News PO Box 639 Julian, CA 92036 Phone / Fax email After Hours 760 765 2231 fax 760 765 1838 submissions@juliannews.com Information may be placed in our drop box located on the East Side of the Soundings Offices. The phone will accept succinct messages 24 hours a day. d, NINII Newspaper ciation it' Member California Newspaper Publishers Association J ,