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November 17, 2010 I.ooKK...,.G SE.V,OE and Office File Organization ],is---"--------'--. Julie Press Bonded, 28 Yrs Experience lax760) 765 2620 (760) 765 CDPIE8 i' CEIL RED EX • UPB QuickBooks Premier, Pro & Online QuickBo0ks Payroll Let me train you to do #yourself,! 760 765 5856 • Representing Victims of Serious Accidents • Home Owner Fire Insurance Claims ph T. Dibos Attorney At Law 2445 5th Avenue, Suite 420 San Diego, CA 92101 619-235-0307 jdibos @ No Recovery • No Fee -- Community Banking l: Checking • Savings Home Equity = Business Banking g2033 Main St., Julian I 765-2765 Member FDIC Rabobank LUERS & DYER, CPAs, LLP CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS /f~'om~ Tax and Accoun~inLg • Full Service Firm Accounting and Tax planning and 0 ~ca laet~ CPA Jan Dyer, CPA De~ee in 1"artati,m Personal attention to your special needs ~*nola Center • 4.~7 HvQ: 78. Suite 112 • P.O. Box 1934 • Julian. CA 92036 Tel: 760 7650343 • Fax: 760 7650150 Email: rebecca@lue--r~3pa, corn ANTHONYJ, ROMAN0 Att0rney-At-Law Real Estate, Estate Planning, Business and Water Law (619) 696-9916 1901 First Avenue, Suite 110 San Diego, CA. Lori Arter MANAGEMENT CAD/IDra%ing v' Building Permits Project Coordination Bookkeeping P.O. Box 401 Julian, CA 92036 760-765-1113 on BOOKKEEPING & TAX SERVICE • Individuals • Small Business • Rental Owners : Corporations LLC's Whether women are better than men I cannot say - but they are certainly no worse. -- Golda Meir Fresh, Seasonal Outstanding Farm to Table Cuisine Us 'l-hanksghdng Three Course & Five Course Dinner Options First Course: Wisconsin Cheese Plate with Cherries, Apples and Salami Second Course: Butternut Squash Cappuccino Third Course: Baby Spinach Tossed Salad with Avocado, Pecans, Cilantro, Oranges, Beets, Fresh Black Cracked Pepper and Orange Olive Oil Dressing Fourth Course: Roasted Turkey, Root Vegetables, Stuffing, Mashed Potatoes ,Gravy and Pickled Crab Apples Fifth Course:Apple Strudel with Brandy Caramel Sauce and Cinnamon Ice Cream $50 per person or $90 per couple Thanksgiving Dinner To Go! Roasted Turkey, Savory Stuffing, Sweet Potatoes, Gravy and Cranberry Sauce $80 (4-6 people; 10-12 lb turkey) Place your order by Friday, Nov. 19 for Pick Up on Wednesday Nov. 24 (heating instructions included) *Holiday Parties *Resevte a Room otthe F..ntim Restaurant *Oil-Site C edng *Gounnet Food to Go Make Your Reservations EarCy !. Christmas Eve and Christmas Day New Years Eve and New Yea s Day Reservations: 760.765.1587 4354 Highway 78 in Wynola between Santa Ysabel & Julian All of us at Jeremy's sincerely thank you for your referrals and loyal patronage We really appreciate you and wish you a joyous holiday season/ Seedlings December 4 Friends of the Forest will offer free seedlings of Julian area native trees on Dec. 4. Seedlings for about 2000 trees, all adapted to mountain growing conditions, will be available at the Julian Library parking lot starting at 9 a.m., according to Wynola resident Art Cole, who is organizing the distribution. "We'll have seedlings for the following trees: ponderosa pine, big cone fir, Cuyamaca cypress, incense cedar, coulter pines, and Engelmann oaks." All seeds come from local trees and have been propagated by Julian area gardeners: David Jensen, CalFire, Billy and Fran Lambert, and Josh and Carla Grant. Now in its third year, the goal of the distribution is to help re- forest Julian areas that were devastated in the Cedar Fire in 2003. Cole has worked with Chula Vista nurseryman Bill Nelson on the program. Nelson provides the expertise of years of growing trees in the San Diego area. As they did last fall when the distribution was held, members of the Master Gardeners will teach participants how to plant and grow each plant. They will have handouts that detail site selection, how to dig the right size and shape hole, watering needs, and protecting the young plants from predators. Added to the program this year is a presentation on Wildflowers in the Landscape by Susan Fowler, a member of the Julian ,Woman's club who has worked on the wildflower show for years. Her talk will be at 11 a.m. in the library community room. Get there early, Cole advises, for best selection. The number of trees you can get is based on the size of your property, roughly at the rate of 5 seedlings per acre. This has been a very productive tree-planting program for the Julian area, according to Cole, who says that more than 30 percent of the trees that were planted have survived. For additional information contact Art Cole at 760/765- 1771. ENERGY Low-Cost Way To Save (NAPSA)---Cleaning your home's heating/cooling system can do a lot more than improve the quality of the circulating air. It can also make a huge difference in your monthly utility bills. That's because dust and debris reduce the ability of a home's heating and cooling system to work properly. Consider that dirty systems--especially dirty coils-- use up to 30 percent more energy to heat and cool the home. t Clean ductwork helps heating and cooling systems run more efficiently, for lower energy bills. Meanwhile, dirty .filters block airflow through the system, increas- ing your energy bill and shortening the equipment's life. Contaminants that don't get caught by either the filter or the coils are then blown through the rest of the system. These contaminants build up in the ductwork over time, so the sys- tem must work harder and longer to achieve the desired comfort level, using more energy and cost- ing more. Changing the filter regularly can help, but eventually the sys- tem must be cleaned to run at opti- mum efficiency. To find an Air Sys- tems Cleaning Specialist near you, visit the National Air Duct Clean- ers Association at For neither birth, nor wealth, nor honors, can awaken in the minds of men the principles which shouM guide those who from their youth aspire to an honorable and excellent • life, as Love awakens them. -- Plato The Julian News 7 Over 60 years serving the community we live in. mercial t • l 24 Hour Emergency Service [[GASCheck" r^IPAgop, tlgJcouNat Ben Sulser, District Manager Merchants Association Decorating Contest Winners Announced The Merchant's Association announced the winners of their annual fall decorating contest, almost everyone was a Halloween theme this year ...... making the selections more difficult. Sighted for creativity and use of space, comments by visitors and overall appearance the judges came up with the following order, but wanted thank all who participated for going the extra mile to dress up their shops and town. 1st place - Wynola Junction Antiques 2nd place - Candied Apple Pastry Company 3rd place Tie between Wynola Farms Marketplace and the Julian Book House Honorable Mention: Warm Hearth, Butterfleld Ranch and Part of the display at the RV Resort, Julian Coffee House entrance to Wynola Fhrms Marketplace