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2 The Julian News November 12, 2014 ~~1~ Leathers, ' Apparel, Gifts . & Jewelry r65-2966 JulianHogHeaven,lnc The Julian IBOOK HOUSE I I Purveyors of ~l 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 ACCOUNTING Community Banking Mid-Week SPECIALS Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday Dinner for Two s35. 0 Two Caesar salads O Two Flat Iron Steaks O Two Chocolate Cream Puffs stuffed with vanilla bean ice cream and espresso chocolate sauce Add our delicious house Cabernet Sauvignon for *5 a glass. 5pro to closing Reservations Suggested 76o.765. 587 Fictitious Business Names Published for only $30 We send a proof of publication to the County with a copy mailed to you, for your records. Call the Julian News Office 765 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: letters@ju/iannews.com in person: Julian News Office 1453 Hollow Glen Road (9am - 5:00pm Wed-Fri) Deadline is Friday Noon for the next weeks issue \ \ \ \ 92036 / / / / ,/ / / / / / / emQih @julionnews,com To Julian Librarian Colleen Baker, Staff and FOJL Board Members, Writing this with much appreciation for your efforts to book, cook and prepare for all the exceptional events you do, including constantly moving tables and chairs, making professional looking posters, baking terrific goodies for patrons of M.O.M., writing articles in the JN, preparing endless and attractive materials, running a great and up to date bookstore with much success, keeping a changing and beautiful "art gallery" of local artists that greatly enhances the library, being knowledgeable and always cheerful and helpful to the patrons, finding and booking unusual programs of music, art, nature, local issues, health- related subjects and classes, gardening, crafts, and managing all the technical requirements of putting on programs(Brian). All the above is only a partial list of all that Colleen, Staff, FOJL board members and bookstore manager do (Melanie and the almost daily regular volunteers that do the researching and organizing of massive numbers of donated books), the library staff who keep the books, tapes, CDs, magazines and displays looking always spiffy and current. Adding the library's availability for local emergencies, food distribution, farmers market, polling place, hot weather relief during holidays when the library is normally closed are a few more gifts we in the community as well as visitors receive. Thank you A fortunate patror Laurel Granquisl Julian Lost A Buddy/Friend be working together at KiFM; he was doing Champagne Jazz on Sunday mornings and I was his producer/board-op. We would hook up and talk about his early days at KPRI and KGB-fm, Biff and Skippy - San Diego At Large, Ray Wilson, and San Diego media in general. He then moved to the regular morning show and I was doing over nights. I would see him roll in every morning at 4:15 - he had simple rules, make sure the coffee was fresh and the newspaper was delivered. He would sit in the studio with me and go over the headlines, looking for material for that mornings show - I was the test audience. Once my shift was over and Larry took over the studio, rd head home chuckling as he would do his shtick. One morning he came into the studio about three feet off the ground; he and Joanie(his wife) were expecting a baby. For the next few months I was regaled with the stories of the pregnancy's development until the birth of his son Miles. One of his stories was how conception occurred right here in Julian at the Gold Rush Hotel. Julian was a place that Larry loved to visit. Over the years he would bring ~lhe family up to town, visit Lew LaDou's U-Pick orchard out by Volcan, or just come up to relax. He also found any excuse he could to bring his TV crew to town, promoting various events, or just to do a weather segment with Julian in the background. Radio being the competitive industry it is, Larry was unceremoniously taken off the air in a contract dispute, but our friendship continued and later he would return to Champagne Jazz and we hooked up again. In 2000 when I moved to Julian, Larry came to town to Thursday morning the sixth do one of his feature stories. I was smacked in the face by He came into the old Coffee some sad news. Larry Himmel House and proudly announced,. had died. hed driven by 60 Starbuck s to Larry and I had gotten to know each other back in September 1970. He was the morning DJ at KDEO a little AM station in the neighborhood - Fletcher Hills, and the "Laguna Fire" was burning up east county. I worked at the local 31 Flavors down the street and my boss.wanted to do something special for the firefighters, take a few gallons of ice cream out to the fire line. So I headed down the block to visit "the Cruiser" as his on-air persona was known, to ask what we could do? Larry was on the air, the only one at the station, and really a new guy in town - he started asking me how to pronounce some of the places that were on his news script - Cuyamaca - Jamul - Jamacha, and help him figure out where these places were on a map. It started a long friendship. Years later Larry and I would get his coffee in Julian. Larry and I stayed in contact. In 2003 during the Cedar Fire, he was reporting from the parking lot at what is now Julian Station (it was Manzanita Ranch then). SinCe my house was just up the road, I called Larry to see if he had any information that could relieve Michele and my worst fears. Since the descriptions of the property where Steven Rucker was killed sounded a lot like our property. At first Larry wasn't sure, he would be allowed up the road to see for himself what was where, but from the way I had described our location he didn't think so. A couple of hours later I got a call back from him. There had been fire on our property but the hous~ was still there, we were relieved. Over the years Larry and I would call each other for favors, continued onpage 14 the0rig networking site Rebecca Luers CPA Jan Dyer CPA Julian 760 765-0343 San Diego 619283-7113. Luers + Dyer CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS Established 1994 RebeccaorJan@LuersDyerCPA.com www.LuersDyerCPA.com Corporate Partnership / LLC Nonprofits Trust Individuals : Checking Savings I Home Equity : Business Banking 2033 Main St., Julian I 765-2765 ,..=.. Member FDIC Raboban 2112 4th Street (619) 246-8585 /Weekday Breakfast S pedals 7 to 11 4.95 6.50 Plus a New Espresso machine 2018 Main Street 760 765 4600 Michael Hart and Michele Harvey ..... Owners/Pubfishers Michael Hart .................................. Advertising/Production Circulation/Classified Michele Harvey ' Editor Don Ray ......... i:i,. Consultant Featured Contributors Michele i-larvey Albert Simonson Ed Huffman Greg Courson Bill Fink Kiki Skagen Munshi Pastor Rick Hill H. "Buddy" Seifert Lisa Rene Anderson Lance Arenson Sherry Wilson Lutes Jon Coupal David Lewis Marisa McFedrie~ Joseph Munson Bill Everett Syndicated Content King Features Syndicate E/The Environmental Magazine North American Precis Syndicate, Inc. State Point Media The Julian News is published on Wednesdays. All publications are copyright protected. @2014 All rights reserved. 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