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December 8, 2010 The Julian News 15 Dennis Frieden Owner/Broker Broker Since 1983 Jane Brown-Darch6 Broker/Associate 21 Years Experience Debora Kerch Realtor/RMS NEW - 3553 Vinewood Drive Attractive 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath home on 0.72 acres in Kentwood. Large deck and large, stand-up basement. Views of surrounding hills and mountains. In super condition with recently painted interior. $169,000 | ................ 00JuhanReai00.com ....... 760-765-0818 2735 Salton Vista Drive Charming Mountain Getaway with Knotty Pine Interior $215,000 1705 Whispering Pines Mountain Cabin in super condition. Open beam ceiling, beautiful setting, excellent interior, large oak trees. $220,000 "Arc in The Pines" home designed by Wallace E. Cunningham with MANY unique amenities. Located on two legal parcels of 4.21 acres in Pine Hills with numerous lilacs, roses and fruit trees. A Must See! $695,000 Stunning Panoramic Views, 3 BR, 3 BA, log home, completely furnished with guest cabin and horse facilities. A great opportunity! $1,495,000 3153 Williams Ranch Road- Wynola Area High Yield Well, Septic Layout $279,000 29810 Chihuahua Valley Road Secluded Warner Springs Area Home on 5 almost flat acres. 2 Bedrooms & 3 Baths, 2,250 Sq. Ft., home with super great room and 3 garage bays with room for 4 cars. $199,0000 15977 North Peak Road Well & Water Tank, Electricity, Septic System $349,000 Make Julian Realty your first stop for Home and Land in the Beautiful San Diego Back Country Located Next to the Town Hall at 2127 Main Street Chefs Corner continued from page 6 -- another mineral involved in serotonin production. Too many of these tasty snacks can add a lot of extra calories to your diet, though (for example, 15 cashews contain about 180 calories), so stick to not more than 1.5 ounces of unsalted nuts or seeds per day Citrus fruits: Fruits like oranges, grapefruit, kiwis and strawberries are all excellent sources of vitamin C -- a potent stress- busting vitamin. Plus, the vitamin C found in citrus fruits is involved in the production of collagen, which helps keep your skin firm and reduces wrinkling, helping you hide the effects of stress you've already rived through. With so many extra tasks to take care of -- from holiday shopping to preparing that big holiday meal -- the holidays can be surprisingly stressful. By adding these top stress-busting foods to your diet, you can calm your nerves and reduce your stress levels without having to pop a pill. That should help keep your holidays merry and bright. STRESS-RELIEF GREEN TEA Drinking this smoothing green tea helps to relieve stress. A cup of chamomile tea, a half hour before bedtime, is often used as a sleep aide. 1 organic green tea or Chamomile tea bag 1 cup hot water 1 teaspoon agave syrup or stevia sweetener, optional Steep tea bag in hot water and cover it with a saucer for 3 to 4 minutes. Stir in the syrup or the stevia, if desired. Drink the chamomile tea at night a half hour before going to bed. Makes 1 cup. Angela Shelf Medearis is known as The Kitchen Diva! She's the executive producer and host of "The Kitchen Diva!" cooking show on Hulu.com. Her newest inspirational book is "10 Ingredients for a Joyous. Life and a Peaceful Home -- A Spiritual Memoir," co-written with Pastor Salem Robinson, Jr., www. dunnsmemorial.com. Visit her Web site at www.divapro.com. (c) 2010 King Features Synd., Inc. As Heard,On The Streets Of Julian continued from page 15 really long). Some of these get a little embarrassing when you pick them up at the pharmacy like LETAIRIS, which is for people that have trouble NOT passing gas. I wish more people would use something for the opposite affliction. ANDRODERM will give you a more manly skin and gives great results for women who do a sex change into a man. Ladies do not try this one unless you want a hairy chest. CUTIVATE if used early enough in life will actually cultivate your face into being cuter. Several of the Miss Universe winners have taken advantage of this. Have you ever seen the winner with a great body and an ugly face? If you are unfortunate enough to have a projectile embedded in your body, you are in luck because you can now forgo surgery and take EMBEDA instead to remove it. LIPITOR is definitely for a cut lip. For those who are pestered by uncontrollable cursing there is NITROLINGUAL which will teach your tongue a lesson and RHYTHMOL if you "jus ain't got no rhythm". KOGENATE is useful if you have trouble thinking. STARLIX is a unique drug because can be used only in the distant future by an astronaut in that it provides for easy removal in case your tongue gets stuck to an old frozen, dead star that you licked on a dare. For some reason it doesn't work on frozen pipes. CARAC is showing good results for injuries incurred in a car wreck and clinical trials are ongoing to see if it's more effective if taken before or after the wreck. Finally, the two we've all been waiting for. If you're disappointed that you never found a profession, take ABILIFY for six months and become a lawyer or brain surgeon or both. Over the last two years most people's retirement funds have lost a lot of money and many can't retire when they thought they could. It takes a while to find out if taking BENEFIX will cure your pension worries or just make you not care if you're homeless when you are seventy. For my own self and others who are afflicted, I hope the drugs developed in the future will help our conditions. Make sure you ask your doctor if any drugs are right for you and take with caution. Because of side effects, some will cause you to write. Letters continued from page 2 served. Please cherish the moments with your loved ones, don't take things for granted, because when they are gone and they are sorely missed. Happy Holidays and God Bless everyone. Charles "Dusty" Keane, Commander American Legion Post 468 Julian News I just want you to know how much I enjoy and appriciate the Julian Newspaper. Thwe lay- out is excellent: easy to read, spacious columns and well designed. I took all of this for granted for yrears until the SD Union Tribune redesigned their newspaper to its current format; narrow columns, small print, crowded layout, miniscule blurry pictures, faded print and wrinkled pages. Thank You Julian News! Barbara Mickaelian El Cajon Building materials, paper products, furniture, medicines such as aspirin and quinine, and fuel for cooking and heating are just some of the commercial uses found for trees. PETS OF THE WEEK Toby is a neutered 3-year-old Terrior Mix who came to the shelter as a stray. He is a little guy with a big heart who enjoys hanging out with shelter volunteers. His small size makes him easy to travel with, your cozy apartment or condo will seem like a mansion to him, and wont take up too much space in your bed during the night. To see if Toby is the right dog for you, meet him at the shelter by asking for ID#A1209119 Tag#C357. He can be adopted for $69. Jewel is a spayed 10-years-young Torbie/White feline who came to the shelter as a stray. Jewel is a special gal looking for caring pet parents interested in sharing a home with a mature furry friend. She is declawed and would need to remaih indoors as she would be unable to defend herself outside. Meet Jewel by asking for ID#A1385867 Tag#C997. She can be adopted for the Senior Fee of just $35. However, this fee will be waived for Seniors looking to adopt Senior pets. All adoption fees include vaccinations, spaying/neutering (upon adoption), a microchip and free Vet visit. Dog fees also include a 1 year license. Toby and Jewel are at our Central County Shelter, 5480 Gaines Street, San Diego. The Shelter hours are 9:30AM to 5:30PM, Tuesday through Saturday or visit www.sddac.com for more information.