Summer offers abundant opportunities to fine-tune your workout regime, suggests Andrej Dominguez, the personal trainer at Julian Fitness. Dominguez, who started working at the Fitness Center in 2013, has a big bag of exercise routines that complement the workouts you are already doing…or they can take you in a new direction. Dominguez, who has lived in Julian all his life, graduated from Julian High School before he earned a certification for personal training in nutrition from the National Academy of Sports Medicine. He considers himself the Andrej Dominguez helps Carey “motivator in chief” for his Raffetto with a stretch clientele at the fitness center, where he teaches workout techniques that address challenges you might have in the gym. He starts out with an assessment of clients’ goals (lose weight or build muscular strength). “Usually people need help with muscles, balance, and posture,” he says. So, he watches how you go through a few exercises to determine the what will help you. Next he creates a routine for you that might be quite different from the one you are currently using. “I work to improve fundamental movements such as getting out of a chair, sliding off a bed, showering, and resolve balance issues. All this is with the goal of helping people avoid injuries and accidents and in the case of active young people to avoid surgery.” So back to fine tuning your fitness program. Dominguez suggests that summer is the ideal time to go outside and “take a vacation from your machines by walking…maybe hiking on one of Julian’s lovely trails. Walking is beneficial in many ways including the new people you meet along the way.” If you have been dieting to lose weight, “the best way is to enjoy every bite” and watch portions while you are picnicking in the park. Indeed, if you are looking for weight loss, nutrition counseling is valuable. Dominguez recalls a client “who weighed 205 pounds and wanted to slim down. After training at the gym four days a week for a three months and adjusting his diet to get the highest efficient from the calories he was consuming he weighed in at 175.” Sessions with Dominguez are usually one hour, two or three times a week. You can consider them your regular fitness session or combine the two. Nutrition counseling is part of the package. He has some tasty and nutrient filled suggestions such as strawberries at 50 calories and 2 tablespoons of guacamole at about 50 calories a cup for each. If you want to add some sessions with Dominguez, visit him at Julian Fitness to set up an appointment. He can create a program that fulfills your needs and is fun. Contact him at the Fitness Center, 2216 Main Street or 760-765-1576.
Pole Removals Start On 78/79
On The The Road To Restoration
by Kiki Skagen Munshi
David Lewis, Julian Pioneer Museum; Conservator Alexis Miller from Balboa Art Conservation Center,Bette Rikansrud, Julian Arts Guild, Dick Hobson, Julian Historical Society Many of the older residents in Julian remember when paintings of local landscapes hung in the Little Theater of Julian Union High School. Few knew why they were there and all had graduated long before the art work was taken down while the space was being remodeled. Thanks to the Julian Historical Society and the Julian Arts Guild, however, they will hang there once again and their history known. During the Great Depression the largest program of the New Deal, meant to help stimulate the economy and give assistance, was the Works Projects Administration (WPA). Under its auspices people were hired to do public works including the construction of buildings, roads, bridges and parks, many of which still benefit us today, but the WPA also commissioned writers and artists to do less solid public projects. One of the projects under this section of the WPA was initiated by Ray Redding, then Superintendent of JUHS, in 1940. It was to commission ten paintings that represented the school district, at that time larger than the state of Rhode Island. The high school district stretched from pines to palms or, more specifically, Oak Grove to Borrego and south through Cuyamaca. Norman H. Yeckley, an artist who had been born in Arizona but was resident in Southern California, was commissioned to represent this diverse landscape through a series of ten paintings. The senior class paid for the materials—oil paints, canvases, brushes—as their class gift and
Yeckley was paid by the WPA. Yeckley did ten paintings, two ‘artistic representations’ of the District—a matching pair of a palm and a pine—and eight of scenes from the area. There is a view from Inspiration Point, a picture of Warner Springs, one of Lake Cuyamaca, one of Palm Canyon…most are still recognizable to those who know the area. After the paintings were removed from the Little Theater they knocked around until Dick Hobson, Eileen Tellam and others of the Julian Historical Society found them and thought about having them restored. The quote for the restoration was enormous…beyond the resources of the Historical Society and probably coming to more than the paintings would be worth. The paintings went back into storage until David Lewis called the Julian Arts Guild with a request to see if something could be done. JAG contacted the Balboa Art Conservation Center (BACC) and, in consultation with Conservator Alexis Miller, decided the task could be completed in more manageable steps. The first step—evaluation of the paintings—was done on Thursday, July 8 at the high school after Alexis met with an ad hoc committee comprised of David Lewis, Dick Hobson, Jane Barnes, Bettie Rikansrud and Kiki Munshi. They were pronounced to be in amazingly good condition in spite of their age and sometimes difficult history; only one will need conservation to ensure that it doesn’t deteriorate further. The
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others need cleaning and, in some cases, a bit of touching up as well as proper backings and hanging. Thus, the first step will be backing and readying all except the one painting-at-risk to be rehung in the Little Theater. The next will be to stabilize the painting of Lake Henshaw and it will be followed by cleaning and minor repairs to the other paintings. The initial evaluation was jointly financed by donations from the Julian Historical Society and the Julian Arts Guild. The next steps will be to find funding for backing and hanging all the paintings, then for conservation of each individual work. It is a project worthy of this community. In addition to the visit by the BACC, the paintings generated enough excitement in the Federal Government (which technically owns them; they are on indefinite loan to the high school) that a Special Agent from the GSA Office of the Inspector General came to view and catalog them in early June. Christine McKinnon was received by a group of JUHS graduates who remembered seeing the paintings in the Little Theater and knew Ray Redding personally as ‘their’ Superintendent. Dick Hobson provided a history of the paintings while others chimed in with their own personal memories. Ms. McKinnon clearly had not encountered a community with a historical memory like this and was impressed, both by the group and by its concern for ‘our’ paintings. The report was positive and, of course, the paintings will remain at the High School where they belong.
Merchant Of The Year Picnic The annual Merchant of the Year Pinic hosted by and for the Julian Chamber of Commerce and the Julian Merchants Association will be staged at Menghini Winery on Wednesday, July 15, at 6 p.m. The announcement of the “2015 Merchant of the Year” will be the highlight of the evening. Last year’s Merchant of the Year honor was held by Jeremy Manley, owner of Jeremy’s on the Hill California Style Bistro in Wynola. He was an excellent ambassador for the town of Julian. All Merchant of the Year representatives receive a special proclamation signed by Diane Jacob, San Diego County Supervisor. The proclamation emphasizes accomplishments, donated time to the community for various events, dedication to the town of Julian and actions promoting various venues. Members are encouraged to attend as well as non-members. A buffet style dinner will be served, followed by a business/ social hour. The western themed dinner will be prepared by a local couple, Jim and Jan Sheridan, owners of Chuckwagonguy Catering. The menu will feature BBQ baby back ribs, BBQ chicken, pulled pork, three-cheese mac & cheese, finishing with a spinach strawberry salad topped with almonds. Liz Smothers, owner of Julian Pie Co. will provide her famous apple cobbler for dessert. .Dinner will be priced at $15 per person for members and $20 for non-members. Drinks and water will be sold and prices separately.
Increased Funding Needed for National Parks Improvements, Say Experts (StatePoint) Local roads, bridges, and other transit are integral parts of the national park experience. However, parks and their transportation infrastructure are facing a mounting financial challenge, say experts. Under the current law, the National Park Service is guaranteed $240 million per year for transportation projects through the Federal Highway Trust Fund, which advocates say is only one quarter of the amount needed annually to guarantee continued on page 7
After The Parade - A Train Wreck The project to replace and remove the high voltage transmission lines between Wynola and Julian has reached a new phase. Many of the pole are now half way down as the new underground lines are active. Those driving have had to tolerate delays (albeit short) in their mid day trips up and down
the hill. Most of the wooden poles have been either removed or replaced with steel poles and some of the wiring is now subterranean. The telephone service is still above ground and has become more visible with the removal of the power lines in the area. The delays should be over in the next couple of weeks.
Right after the 4th of July Parade, many still on Main Street were made to jump out of the way of speeding emergency vehicles as they made their way through town and back to the hill behind the library (where 2nd Street
meets Cape Horn) because of an unfortunate accident involving the little train that had been in the parade. Attempting to come down the hill the train and it’s trailers got out of control, cauing it to flip and
eject a number of passengers. Paramedics and firefighters treated eight patients, 4 being released immeadiately, one who needed no aid and the other three being transported to Palomar Hospital. All injuries minor to
moderate, non life threatening. CHP investigating cause of the accident. A number of parked cars appeared to have sustained damage as did the train itself. photos courtesy Copeland family
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Letter to the Editor, On Wednesday, the 8th of July, my brain went on vacation and as a result of that, I left my purse sitting in a shopping cart at Stater Brothers in Ramona. I left the parking lot and got about ten blocks away when I realized my purse was gone. I quickly returned to the store and the cart was still there where I had left it, but not the purse. I inquired at the store if it had been turned in, but no, it hadn’t. I went to the Sheriff Sub Station to report my problem, but the gates were closed for the night. I started my drive home to Julian thinking about all the phone calls I needed to make. After my first call to a credit card company, the phone rang and it was a Sheriff saying he had my purse. Someone had turned it in. What a wonderful phone call that was and what a great feeling I had, knowing that there are still people out there who are honest, caring and helpful. I want to sincerely thank that person, whoever you are. You can’t imagine what your honesty meant to me. Thank you so much. Donna Lewis Julian, CA
available to patrol the vast acreage of the forest, the risk of getting caught is limited. Worse yet, if convicted, current penalties can be easily incorporated into the cost of doing business with minimal impact on the profitability of this enterprise. The California Federation of Women’s Clubs is asking for support of California Senate Bill 288 which increases penalties of burl poaching to include up to one year of imprisonment and imposes stiff fines on poachers in the hopes of making those who would kill our redwoods think twice before seeking this avenue for enrichment. While this does not resolve the problem of catching poachers, it will reduce the spin of the courtroom doors for those convicted of this offense. We ask that Californians contact their State Assembly representative to stand with the California Federation of Women’s Clubs to protect our redwoods by passing Senate Bill 288. Jennifer Nickel Legislation & Public Policy State Chairman California Federation of Women’s Clubs
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Dr. Juhdi Jasser; Special Guest Speaker at Ramona Mainstage; July 25, 2015 Dr. Jasser, an activist, author and frequent Fox News contributor and founder of the American Islamic Forum for Democracy (AIFD) will address one of the most important issues of our times; “the Battle for the Soul of Islam.” Dr. Jasser, a first-generation American Muslim whose parents fled the oppressive Baath regime of Syria in the mid-1960 will explain why he advocates for the preservation of the founding principles of the U.S. Constitution and therefore why he is opposed to the ideology of “Political Islam,” the ideology that fuels radical Islamists. Dr. Jasser, who earned his medical degree from the Medical College of Wisconsin in 1992 and is a respected physician currently in private practice in Phoenix, Arizona, served 11 years as a medical officer in the U.S. Navy. He is co-founder of Save Syria Now! He is also author of “the Battle for the Soul of Islam: An American Muslim Patriot’s Fight to Save His Faith.” Don’t miss this important free public forum. Please come early as seating is limited. Ramona Mainstage, July 25, 2015. Doors open at 11:00 am and the program begins at 12:00 Noon. Food and drinks are available on site. For more information see www.ramonatead.com
Dear Editor: Thanks to early conservation efforts, vast areas of prehistoric redwoods have been protected from logging where they survive in our State despite generations of an industrial economy. These redwood forests are now under threat and help is needed if we want these ancient trees to continue into the future. Poachers are encroaching into protected government and private land to steal the burls from these trees. By removing their protective layers of bark, these ancient redwoods lay exposed to disease and pests killing them quickly over time. The burls are sold to lumber mills or craftsmen and this beautiful decorative wood is ultimately used to create high end consumer goods. With the small number of rangers
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Protecting And Improving Your Child's Vision Two Ways (NAPSA)-As a parent, you may wonder whether your preschooler has a vision problem or when a first eye exam should be scheduled. According to the American Optometric Association (AOA), infants should have their first comprehensive eye exam by an eye doctor starting at 6 months of age. Children should receive additional comprehensive eye exams at 3 years of age, and just before they enter kindergarten or the first grade at about age 5 or 6. School and pediatric vision screenings are not enough to pick up critical visual health and sight problems. For school-aged children, the AOA recommends an eye exam every two years if no visual health problem is previously identified, and no vision correction is required. Children who need eyeglasses or contact lenses may need to be seen more often, and should follow their eye doctor's recommendations. Eye exams for children are extremely important. According to Think About Your Eyes, a national public awareness campaign designed to educate the public on the benefits of vision health and to promote the importance of annual eye exams, 50 percent of children have not had an eye exam, and 1 in 4 school-aged children have vision problems. Early identification is crucial because if left untreated, some childhood vision problems can cause permanent vision loss. A child's eyes are constantly in use at play and in the classroom. In fact, experts believe that as much as 80 percent of a child's learning occurs through his or her eyes. Yet, one in every six children around the world has some kind of visual defect, many of which require prompt correction. The Eyes Have It To help parents of children in need of vision correction, global eyewear manufacturer Safilo Group, recently developed a Kids by Safilo eyewear collection devoted to 0- to 8-year-olds. These eyeglasses are not just scaled-down versions of adult eyewear. They're designed from a medical-scientific approach and engineered with advanced tech_no_logies and materials to suit children's specific eyewear needs. Working with Societˆ Italiana di Oftalmologia Pediatrica (SIOP) and in compliance with the design guidelines of the World Society of Paediatric Ophthalmology and Stra_bismus (WSPOS), the eyewear meets four requirements: • Safety: The frames are flexible, safe and free from sharp surfaces and edges. And, made
Infants should have their ﬁrst comprehensive eye exam at 6 months of age. of light, safe materials, these are biocompatible, hypoallergenic, nontoxic and washable. • Comfort: The frames are lightweight and stable, thanks to the presence of a lower bridgedesigned for a child's developing nose-and the special design of the temples with a horizontal bend. The enhanced design of the front allows the lenses to cover the child's entire field of vision, ensuring effective correction, and soft rubber nose inserts distribute pressure to avoid skin redness. • Resistance: The frames are made with flexible, stable and washable materials so they won't get weak or twisted. • Aesthetics: The frames were designed to be discreet on a child's face. The collection is based on a dedicated color approach featuring transparent frame fronts for the very youngest children-allowing the frames to virtually "disappear" on the facewhile children ages 5 and up have a selection of more vivid colors and color/contrasts to go with their ever-evolving selfawareness and personal tastes. As Prof. Paolo Nucci, professor of ophthalmology at the University of Milan and president of SIOP, explains: "These frames for children were designed with the specific aim of creating a product truly suitable for children, guaranteeing safe and durable eyeglasses for kids, created with bio-based materials and the best fit for the various age groups." Opticians', optometrists' and ophthalmologists' offices nationwide will begin carrying the Kids by Safilo line starting in May 2015. Sun Protection Facts However good your child's eyesight, it's a bright idea to protect it from the effects of ultraviolet rays. Children's eyes are more susceptible to UV rays than the eyes of adults because the lenses are thinner, so 70 percent more UV rays reach the delicate retina. Although studies show the eyes get 80 percent of their total lifetime exposure to the sun's UV rays by the age of 18, opening the door to a lifetime of eye problems such as painful sunburns, cata_ racts and even rare eye cancers, The Vision Council has found
This week the kids (ages 10 and under) morning program will feature “Mad Science” for the younger set at 10:30 Thursday morning. At 1 o’clock, teens will have an opportunity to make a “den-den dalko” a Japanese pellet drum. It has two heads and is suspended on a rod, with beads or pellets hanging on threads on either sides of the body of the drum. The drum sounds when it is turned on its axis from side to side, causing the beads to strike the heads of the drum. The drum is found in other cultures as well, including, but not limited to Tibet, Mongolia, India, China, Taiwan and Korea. It is often used in religious ritual, but it is often sold as a children’s toy or as a noisemaker at festival stalls. There are more Rhythm related activities planned throughout the summer. We have musicians, performers, crafts and other inventive ideas to keep every age enlightened and entertained. We hope you can participate in the Summer Reading Program. Engage your brain by reading a book and make sure kids and grandkids don’t have that summer slip by not being involved in reading. On July 23rd the tween/teen program will allow the participants to record their own song or poem. The July 30th program will feature a hands on exploration of instruments. All teen programs start at 1pm at the Julian branch library, call 760-765-0370 for more information.
that only 48 percent of parents protect their children's eyes with sunglasses. As the WSPOS advises, shielding children's eyes from excessive UV radiation is extremely important to prevent significant long-term damage. Whenever the child is outside, he or she should wear appropriate UVA - and UVB - blocking protective lenses in well-fitted, safe frames. The lenses should block at least 99 percent of UVA/B light and should: 1. provide protection in the event of an impact; 2. leave little room for light to enter around the edges, and; 3. be comfortable to wear. Polarized lenses, the experts add, often provide greater comfort from glare. To that end, the Polaroid Kids polarized sunglasses collection uses Thermofusion technology for exceptional vision and glareblocking protection by UltraSight lenses for superior optics, clear contrast, true colors and 100 percent UV400 protection. They also provide comfort, allergy-free materials and adjustable temple tips that fit a child's face and adventuresome lifestyle. As the inventor of polarized lenses over 75 years ago, Polaroid's polarized lenses are durable and shock absorbing with a strong, scratch-resistant coating. They come in rich colors and fun styles that kids like, and are available from optical, department and sunglasses specialty retailers such as Solstice Sunglasses stores. Learn More For further facts, go to www.safilo.com/kids, www. Polaroideyewear.com and www. Solsticesunglasses.com. To schedule an annual exam and find a local eye doctor, you can go to www.thinkaboutyoureyes.com.
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Back Country Happenings Friday Night With Baja Blues Boys
If you've caught the Baja Blues Boys acoustic duo of Tim Atkins and Andre Perreault at any of their recent appearances at Wynola Pizza Express, you know they play a mix of originals, contemporary and old-style Delta Blues and roots music. As a five-piece electric band, adding drums, stand-up bass and lead guitar, they take those same songs and electrify them just like Muddy Waters and Howling Wolf did when they brought their Mississippi Blues up to Chicago in the 40's. It's the same great songs with the added dimension of a band and all at a comfortable listening volume - and great for dancing too. Blues the way it was meant to be played Friday night on the patio at Wynola Pizza from 6-9.
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Wednesday, July 15 Merchant of the Year Picnic Menghini Winery 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm $15 for JCC members, $20 for non-members Thursday, July 16 Summer Reading Club Mad Science - Shake, spin, and dance with Mad Science Julian Library - 10:30am Summer Reading Club Teen Crafts - Make den-den daiko, a Japanese pellet drum Julian Library - 1pm Monday, July 20 - Friday, 24th JUHS - Senior Portraits Room 4, 8am - 4pm Wednesday, July 22 Feeding America Free produce and staple goods. No eligibility requirements. 2nd & 4th Wednesdays, 10am (Except holidays) Julian Library - 10am to 11am Thursday, July 23 Summer Reading Club Lyrics & Music Set your lyrics or poetry to music with local musician Edward LaBarbera Kids - 10:30am Teens - 1pm Julian Library Saturday, July 25 Summer Reading Club for Adults Set your lyrics or poetry to music with local musician Edward LaBarbera Julian Library - 10:30 Tuesday, July 28 JUHS Registration 9am - 1pm Thursday, July 30 Summer Reading Club Kids Craft Create a unique craft with local artist Mary Morgan Julian Library - 10:30am Teens - Making Music Explore and play a variety of instruments Julian Library - 1pm
Saturday, August 1 Summer Reading Program Finale Musician Judy Taylor will sing and do trick roping, gun spinning and bull whip act. Julian Library - 1pm
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Saturday night will be the third Comedy Night at Wynola Pizza. Starting at 6:30 it will feature 4 comedians over two hours. Brandon Young, Co-director of the San Diego Comedy Festival and Rockstar Comedy Throwdown Finalist, Brandon Young, is a clean Christian comedian from San Diego who's been able to use a wide variety of topics to reach a vast array of people. His intelligently crafted material brings new definition to the word, creative. Originally from a small town in Michigan called Oscoda, Brandon is middle-aged, middleclassed, married to a woman way out of his league, has no kids, and owns a dog. Basically, his life is that of every leading man in every sitcom from the 1960's. He brings his Midwest charm and likeability to a world that truly needs it. Dan Bublitz, Jr. from Huron, South Dakota - Dan Bublitz Jr. is and always will be a nerd. In fact he was nerd before being a nerd was cool. Dan was born and raised in South Dakota and now resides in San Diego, CA. Dan is a laid back guy that transforms into a ball of energy bringing a fast paced adrenaline rush to the stage mixing his life experiences with his humorous observations for a show that will be without a doubt entertaining. In 2011 Dan was invited to perform at the Laugh Track Comedy Festival in Denver, CO and in 2013 he was invited to perform at the Ventura Comedy Festival in Ventura, CA. In 2014 Dan acted as the co-director and a key facilitator in the organization & production of the 1st annual San Diego Comedy Festival. While residing in San Diego, Dan won the 2011 "On The Rocks Comedy Contest" and was a finalist in 2012. Dan was also a finalist in the 2012 "Rockstar Comedy Throwdown". He has started to break into TV/Film with a small role in the indie short film "Side Job" along with co-writing, co-directing, and guest starring in the new Nug Life Productions web series "Patience". Dan has appeared on Comedy Time TV and has performed in clubs & venues all over the country. Erik Knowles did his first stand-up set in the fourth grade at a summer camp talent show. Even at just nine years old, his two minutes of Nickelodeon jokes killed. His next performance was in 1999 while he was in the Marine Corps. One of his superiors, noticing Erik’s ability to make his peers laugh, ordered him to do a stand-up routine at the continued on page 5 Upcoming Wynola Pizza & Bistro Shows:
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Wednesday, August 12 Feeding America Free produce and staple goods. No eligibility requirements. 2nd & 4th Wednesdays, 10am (Except holidays) Julian Library - 10am to 11am
Monthly presentations on the fourth Wednesday of the month The Historical Society Building 2133 4th Street
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Wednesday, August 12 All Julian Schools Back In Session
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* On July 16, 1863, the draft riots enter their fourth day in New York City in response to the Enrollment Act, which allowed wealthier citizens to pay $300 to avoid military duty. More than 1,000 people died in the violence, which was only contained by the arrival of Union troops from the battlefield at Gettysburg. * On July 19, 1879, Doc Holliday kills a man for shooting
up his saloon. Despite his reputation as a deadly gunslinger, Doc Holliday engaged in just eight shootouts and killed only two men. The second was at the O.K. Corral in 1881. * On July 17, 1944, an ammunition ship explodes while being loaded in Port Chicago, California, killing 332 people. Poor procedures and lack of training led to the disaster. The blasts were felt as far away as Nevada. * On July 15, 1971, President Richard Nixon stuns the nation by announcing that he will visit communist China. Since the
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My Thoughts by Michele Harvey
A Little Bit About Skip And A Lot About Betty
Meanwhile, back at the ranch… Traveling is fun, enlightening, expensive (we won’t dwell on that) and all sorts of good things but the best part is coming home. And the longest journey of the whole trip is the last three and a half miles from the turn on Pine Hills Road. Eagle eyes note differences, a dead tree here, another there, some new horses and when did they build that barn? Finally the last half mile from the turn off Deer Lake Park onto Frisius. This is practically home, anyway, so it doesn’t seem to take as long and before you can say “Jack be nimble…” or whatever you might in fact say we’re coming down the road by the barn. There are the horses, check…all three with an incipient avoirdupois problem (well, one has a full-fledged waistline worry but we’ll think about that later, about the same time we actually go on a serious diet ourselves) and here come the cats. The chickens…three hens are setting but where is the Buff Orpington that had been on eggs. Oh…he did? Pushed the hens off nest to collect eggs? And, you say, the daughter was grossed out when… Well, lesson learned. Maybe we’ll get some chicks from the three hens now hunkered down over however many eggs. The Kid used to buy eggs when a hen got broody but that involved putting said eggs under said respective hen. The Kid’s hens were better mannered, clearly, ouch…. The fruit trees are loaded with plums and peaches and prunes and apples but only a few pears. No Thompson Greenings, though. There are even almonds leading to the question of the hour: How do you know when an almond is ripe? A thought is cast to the watereating habits of almond trees but this one looks fine and is watered as often, or as seldom, as the others. Who knows? Unload the car. Groceries as well as suitcases, the thrifty Back Country resident doesn’t come up the hill with an empty car. Put things away. Go out and survey the property. Kiss the horses’ noses, carry Scruffy Claws back from the barn. Never mind that he came out to the barn along with…he did that just so he could get carried back home. He always does. Home.
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continued from page 4 upcoming squadron Christmas Party talent contest. Erik won the contest by making fun of the Commanding Officer. After he got out of the Marine Corps in 2003, he did his first open mic at the Comedy Store in La Jolla. After that, there was no stopping him. Over the next few years he went on to perform with such headliners as Sarah Silverman, Pauly Shore, Bobby Lee, Zach Galifianakis, John Lovitz, Bobby Slayton, Gene Pompa, Joey “Coco” Diaz, Carlos Alazraqui, and many, many more. He was a finalist at the California Comedy Festival, The World Series of Comedy in Las Vegas (2010), and has performed in comedy clubs and casinos, and military bases all over California, Arizona, Nevada, and Texas. Erik’s show leaves everyone satisfied. He looks back nostalgically, at his younger days in the Marines, boot camp, partying, and even a few war stories from his time in overseas in Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom. He then contrasts that with a witty look at his adult life full of responsibilities, becoming a father, and his uncontrollable desire to challenge social stigmas. His comedy is refreshing and edgy without being filthy. Erik Knowles fits nicely into any lineup and is a perfect fit for any comedy club in the country. Comedian Zoltan Kaszas was born just Zoltan Kaszas in Budapest Hungary. Nineteen years later in San Diego, California he added “Comedian” to his name by stepping on stage and cracking wise. Over the last few years his wise cracks have won him, The Seattle International Comedy Competition, The San Diego Comedy Festival, San Diego’s Funniest Person Contest and The Rockstar Energy Drink Comedy Throwdown. 2015 - Winner Of the LA, LA Fest/Inside Joke Comedy Festival 2014 - Winner Of San Diego Comedy Festival 2013 -Winner Of The Seattle International Comedy Competition 2013 - Winner Of San Diego’s Funniest Person Contest 2010-2013 - Participant in The World Series of Comedy in Las Vegas 2011 - Winner Of The Gutter-Ball Comedy Contest 2010 - Winner Of The Rockstar Comedy Contest 2010 - Participant in The Los Angeles Comedy Festival 2009 - Winner Of The Cinespace Comedy Contest 2008 - Winner Of The Ultimate Laff-Down in Orange County 2006 - Finalist in The 91X Joke-Off with 91X Radio He tells jokes in non-contest formats as well, so come and see Comedian Zoltan Kaszas live! Once again Wynola Pizza presents four comedians for your dining and laughing pleasure starting at 6:30 this Saturday night, on the patio, under the stars. Because Wynola Pizza is a family friendly restaurant you can expect the comedy to be as well.
Reality TV Has Gone To The Dogs...And Cats! (NAPSA)-Reality-based television is a genre of entertainment that is known and loved (and hated) worldwide by millions of people. The idea behind reality programming is that it documents unscripted situations and occurrences, often featuring a cast of "everyday Joes." Most think that reality TV started in the early 1990s and 2000s with shows like "Survivor." The series, now with 30 seasons under its belt, was one of the first by Mark Burnett ("Survivor," "The Voice," "Shark Tank" and more), who helped define today's modern reality series. But television formats portraying ordinary people in unscripted situations are almost as old as the medium itself, thanks to innovators such as Allen Funt ("Candid Camera") and Art Linkletter ("House Party" and "Kids Say the Darndest Things"). Today, this beloved format almost always includes the standard device known as the "confessional," used by cast members to express their deepest thoughts on a given quandary, fellow castmates, and surroundings. Reality TV often puts people together deliberately, continued on page 9
by Kiki Skagen Munshi
Years ago, maybe 15 years ago, I met Betty. I worked at a jewelry store a half block from Lew’s, officially The Julian Coffee and Tea House. Before opening the store on weekend mornings, I bought a beverage at Lew’s and sat down to relax with my drink and to smoke a cigarette before work. Betty was often sitting in front of Lew’s with a cup of coffee and a cigarette of her own. We met and became friends over our mutual addictions and I learned a lot about Betty Abell-Jurus and I learned a little about Betty’s husband Skip Jurus. Betty and Skip used to drive to Julian once a month to spend a weekend here. Skip was a professional photographer and Betty was a novelist who critiqued other people’s writings. Skip’s every day work was at the downtown San Diego Convention Center, though my favorite photo of his was a night shot of downtown Main Street Julian during winter, with Christmas lights sparkling. Thanks to Skip’s generosity, we have a copy of this print sitting on our fireplace mantle. Skip and Betty stayed one weekend each month at The Julian Lodge, until new management took over and smoking was no longer allowed in the rooms. Well, according to Betty it was apparently allowed in one room, next to the laundry room. The expectation of no chair, no refrigerator, coffee maker on the floor and lots of noise from next door caused Skip to look elsewhere for a weekend getaway room and he found one in downtown San Diego. I called Betty when management changed, but Skip was happy with their new arrangement, so they didn’t come back to Julian. Betty once owned a bookstore in Normal Heights which she named Writer’s Bookstore and Haven. She carried lots of reference books for writers and writing related books by local writers. The number of writers who gathered there increased over time. She told me that the bookstore got to be too much for her, but the writers kept meeting and the first Writer’s Haven conference was formed… by an idea from Betty. Betty got the conference started. Initially, the Southern California Writer’s Conference was held in Julian until a fire in the back corner of the town hall burned a corner of the building and the conference was moved to Old Town San Diego. After the town hall was repaired, it was too late to bring the conference back because it had already grown too much. The conference keeps growing and years ago Betty told me it’s the best one in California. A few years ago, Betty wanted to ask well known author Don Winslow to speak at the conference. She had heard that he lives in Julian and wondered if I could put her in touch with him. That was easy because at the time I knew him as a neighbor and his phone number was in the local telephone book. Don spoke at the conference, Betty really enjoyed meeting him and he told me that he had a great time. I’ve often said that I love it when people ask me easy questions. During one of our morning coffee and cigarette times, I asked Betty what she does at the conferences. She told me that she and a few others, for a fee, would read book chapters that had been submitted by their authors for critiquing. Her job was to read the material and make suggestions to improve it. One antidote from her had to do with an arrogant author. The woman was a psychiatrist and apparently wanted to show off her education by using lots of really big words in the novel she was writing. The novel was a murder mystery that took place on a thoroughbred horse farm. When Betty was finished reading the submitted chapter, she told the doctor that her big words limited her audience to other doctors who knew and used the same big words. She also told her that it was obvious the woman had never stepped foot onto a horse farm and probably had never been in a state where horse farms exist. The following year I asked Betty what ever happened to that book and she said the doctor followed her suggestions and published a “damn good book”. When I began writing my weekly column for The Julian News, I wasn’t confident that I could write something that people would want to read. Betty was my mentor, my cheer squad and a wonderful teacher. Through our conversations about my writing, she showed me how to gain confidence without arrogance. She told me that writing is a huge responsibility and because of our talks, I am a humble writer, taking my responsibility very seriously. I haven’t forgotten the lessons I learned from her and I know I never will. When Betty and Skip spent weekends here in Julian, it was hard for me to tear myself away from her. Our talks were always fun because she could tell a story in person as easily as she could write one. When she and Skip quit coming up the hill from their home in San Diego, we kept in touch by email. When I got stuck on something I was writing and couldn’t quite bring the meaning through, I sent her what I had written so far and she would share it with other writers. This is how I met Jeannie, a technical writer, Ed Fitzgerald, a retired attorney and law consultant and Keith Taylor. Any of you who are old enough to remember the old Hudson and Bauer radio show in San Diego, may remember Dipsy Dumpster. That’s Keith. Through Betty I was able to tell Keith how much I had enjoyed his radio personality in the late 1970s and early 1980s. Much more recently I was able to enjoy his writings. Ed Fitzgerald wrote occasional articles for The Julian News. One that we published began as a scolding he gave to Betty. Betty had said that she had been called to serve on jury duty and she didn’t want to go. Ed wrote a very moving article on the privilege and the importance of serving on a jury. After all was said in the emails that crossed back and forth; it turned out that the only reason Betty didn’t want to serve on a jury was because smoking isn’t allowed. Once Betty and Skip quit coming to Julian, she and I kept in touch through emails. That lasted until Betty started her blog. I didn’t blog. I go on facebook and Betty refused to go on facebook. We gradually contacted each other less and less, until we lost touch almost completely. This week we received a letter from Betty’s daughter telling us that she died in May and that Skip had preceded her in February. This makes me so sad thinking of all the years that I wanted to surprise her by showing up at one of her Tuesday morning breakfasts in Old Town. I never got there because my life and my responsibilities are over an hour’s drive from there, but I sure wish I had laid all of my responsibilities aside for just one Tuesday morning that would have been full of stories and laughter. Every Friday I think of Betty because she is the one who got me to wear red on Fridays to support our troops. When George Bush declared victory in the Middle East, Betty and many of her writer friends decided to wear red every Friday until all of the troops came home. Many of our troops are still there and some of us are still showing our respect and gratitude by wearing red. So long Betty, thank you for all you meant to me! I already miss you. These are my thoughts. *** Genius gives birth, talent delivers. What Rembrandt or Van Gogh saw in the night can never be seen again. Born writers of the future are amazed already at what they’re seeing now, what we’ll all see in time for the ﬁrst time, and then see imitated many times by made writers. – Jack Kerouac ***
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Carmen’ s Place FRIDAY NIGHT SPECIAL Chef’s Corner Stretching Summer Food Dollars School’s out for the summer, and that means more meals at home for many children. This can pose challenges to the family food budget. It is important to provide balanced, nutritious meals for your children throughout the summer. Here are some tips to help keep costs down: * Choose a variety of healthy foods so children don’t get bored with the same foods. Try sandwich wraps with meat and veggies inside, fresh fruits for sweetness and nutrition, and low-fat milk to round out the meal. * Choose whole grains, which help you feel full. Whole-grain cereals and breads are great for breakfast and lunch, and wholegrain oatmeal-raisin cookies provide staying power. * Choose new, interesting or favorite vegetables from a local farmer’s market. Vegetables have lots of nutrients and fiber to help you feel full. Have vegetables
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drinks. These foods can be very expensive, and they are not very filling or satisfying. * Let your children help plan meals and snacks so they can have some of their favorite foods. If they help plan or prepare meals, they are more likely to eat them. continued on page 14
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Parents: Inspire Kids to Create Their Own Adventures
Make Music A Bigger Part Of Your Family’s Life (StatePoint) Researchers say that music can bring many benefits to your life, -- and for households that incorporate music into their daily lifestyle, these benefits can extend to everyone in the family. According to a survey conducted by Casio America, Inc., a leading manufacturer of digital pianos and keyboards, more than 80 percent of U.S. parents said they played a musical instrument as children. And nearly three in five parents say it is extremely or very important that their children learn a musical instrument, There are many different ways you can make and appreciate music in your home and bring the family closer together.
(StatePoint) Getting kids to be more active and motivated for outdoor adventure can be a challenge in today’s world of cool technology. With so many compelling reasons to stay indoors, like smartphones and streaming video, how do you convince your little ones that the great outdoors is, well, great? Here are a few ideas to inspire outdoor play and even to use their love of technology to help lure them outdoors: Plan a Scavenger Hunt Turn a simple day outside into an exciting adventure. Create a thematic challenge that can be carried out in the yard or a nearby playground and set the kids loose for a mental and physical challenge. Use your kids’ interests to get them motivated to participate, or help foster a new interest by having kids seek out specific items in nature. Record the Action Encourage outdoor activity with cameras and wearable devices designed with kids in mind. For example, the affordable VTech Kidizoom Action Cam features a robust, durable design and comes complete with mounts for attaching to a bike, skateboard or scooter. The waterproof case allows kids to take videos and pictures up to six feet underwater -- perfect for snorkeling and splashing fun.
The camera, which was named the number one breakout hit on the TTPM Summer Play List, features a 1.4 inch color LCD screen and can take stop-motion videos and time-lapse photos in addition to regular videos and photos. It lets kids get creative with features, effects, frames and photo filters. It also includes three games and a micro USB cable to make it easy to upload photos and videos to a computer. More information can be found at www. VTechKids.com/ActionCam. Mix Things Up Your own backyard can be home to new and exciting adventures every day, especially for children with active imaginations. Nevertheless, kids will welcome an opportunity for a change of scenery. From the playground to the pool to the skate park, take kids on mini field trips whenever you get a chance. Build Confidence For many, a lack of confidence may be a barrier to getting involved in neighborhood pick-up sports and other local activities outdoors. Bear this in mind and strive to build your child’s confidence. Even if your home possesses a state of the art home theater and all the latest gadgets, with a few simple strategies, you’ll have kids off the couch and begging to play outside.
See a Show Step out of your weekend routine by taking the family to see a musical or concert. There are opportunities in every community to see musical theater or live music, and watching others on stage can be inspiring for kids who may be interested in taking up an instrument or other performing art. Join the Band In many school districts, music education starts early. Investigate your school’s music programming as early as possible and sign the kids up for chorus, band or the school play. The earlier kids get started on music education, the better. Motivate them to keep up the good work with private music lessons, new music books and other tools to master their instruments. Let your kids know music is important by prioritizing practice just as much as homework. Bring it Home Mastering the piano or keyboard is one of the best ways to learn music fundamentals. There are affordable, space-conscious ways to keep a high-quality instrument in your home. From full-size digital pianos with keys that feel like ebony and ivory and feature four positions of piano lid simulation, to portable keyboards with mini keys, perfect for little fingers. For these features and more, check out Casio’s full line of digital pianos and keyboards, which offer features like built-in microphones, lighted keys, an innovative lesson system that evaluates performance and tracks progress, among others. More information can be found at www.CasioMusicGear.com. Movie Night Break out the popcorn and watch an inspiring movie about music appreciation that the whole family will love like “High School Musical” and “Pitch Perfect.” If you have kids signed up for band, consider “Mr. Holland’s Opus,” or “Drumline.” To spend more quality time together as a family, find ways you can make music a bigger part of your family’s life. stimulant misuse campuses.
Students Will Do Anything To Get An "A" (NAPSA)-A recent survey revealed just how stressed today's college students are, and that despite overwhelming disapproval of the misuse, abuse and diversion of ADHD prescription stimulant medications, some students still believe that students who misuse are just doing what they have to do to keep up with the pressures of college. Students Are Conflicted A spring 2014 online survey of over 2,000 U.S. college students1, conducted by Harris Poll on behalf of the Coalition to Prevent ADHD Medication Misuse (CPAMM), found that college students consider taking ADHD prescription stimulant medications that were not prescribed to them to be unethical (75 percent), a form of cheating (when used for schoolwork) (59 percent), extremely or very harmful (73 percent) and a "big deal" (80 percent), with 65 percent likening the misuse of ADHD prescription stimulants to do schoolwork to athletes who use performanceenhancing drugs. On the other hand, 42 percent of students incorrectly believe misusing ADHD prescription stimulants is no more harmful than an energy drink or a strong cup of coffee, and nearly half (48 percent) believe that students who misuse are just doing what they have to do to keep up with the pressures of college. Overall, 64 percent of students declare that they would "do anything to get an A", and 29 percent admit they will do whatever it takes to succeed academically, even if it requires breaking the rules. Another perception of note is that 75 percent of students believe at least some of their peers have used ADHD prescription stimulants not prescribed to them. Reported rates of actual nonmedical use vary, but a 2013 survey at one
large public university indicated that 9.3 percent of college students reported nonmedical use of prescription stimulant medication in the past year.2 Who's At Risk? Two groups that stand out based on the survey are members of Greek organizations (fraternities and sororities) and athletes (members of varsity, junior varsity, intramural and/ or club teams). These groups are significantly more likely than their respective counterparts to say they are at least somewhat likely to use ADHD prescription stimulants in a way that is different from a doctor's instructions (fraternity and sorority members, 40 percent; non-members, 23 percent; athletes, 36 percent; non-athletes, 21 percent). These groups are also more likely to believe that using ADHD prescription stimulants without a prescription can help students get better grades even if they don't have ADHD: 52 percent of fraternity and sorority members (versus 42 percent of nonmembers) and 50 percent of athletes (versus 41 percent of non-athletes). Where Do College Students Believe Their Peers Are Getting ADHD Prescription Stimulants? Nearly half (48 percent) of college students think an avenue to obtain prescription stimulants is pretending to have ADHD and getting a prescription from a health care professional. In addition, 87 percent of students believe friends who have a prescription are the primary source of prescription ADHD stimulants for those who are misusing. Students' Perception Of University Policies Despite a belief by two in five students (40 percent) that misuse is a problem at their school, nearly three in five students (57 percent) believe that the administration and the professors at their school
are unaware of the misuse of ADHD prescription stimulants on campus. In addition, 58 percent of college students feel that their school does not make it clear that it does not approve of ADHD prescription stimulant medication misuse. Taking Action Members of CPAMM include The American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP), Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (CHADD), The Jed Foundation, NASPAStudent Affairs Administrators in Higher Education, The BACCHUS Initiatives of NASPA, and Shire, the sole funder of CPAMM. CPAMM has also enlisted student advisors to help inform the Coalition's strategies and messaging. CPAMM strives to be a trusted source of information on the issue of ADHD prescription stimulant medication misuse, abuse and diversion-with a primary focus on college students. Throughout 2015, CPAMM plans to: • Survey medical professionals to identify primary-care based strategies to help reduce ADHD prescription stimulant misuse; • Conduct focus groups among college students and administrators to try to gain a better understanding of how the college environment affects the issue and what kind of programmatic efforts might be most effective; • Evaluate potential partnerships with other organizations, associations and programs that reach college students; • Develop peer-to-peer interventions for use by college students to help prevent the nonmedical use of ADHD prescription stimulant medications; and • Convene experts, influencers and stakeholders at a two-day Summit to identify ways to help prevent ADHD prescription
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safe access to national parks. “With national park visits at an all-time high, more park funding, not less, is what’s needed to address the $6 billion worth of overdue and delayed transportation projects on the table,” says Laura Loomis, National Parks Conservation Association’s deputy vice president of government affairs. The National Park Service manages 1,500 bridges and about 10,000 miles of roads nationwide, including rural national park drives and major urban thoroughfares. From corroding support beams on park bridges to outmoded roads that create dangerous drop-offs, unfunded projects can pose a safety hazard to motorists, cyclists, hikers, park staff, emergency responders and wildlife. “Not only should Congress ensure national parks are safe, but investing in them spurs and the Misuse, Abuse and Diversion of ADHD Prescription Stimulant Medications" survey, visit CPAMM.org, and join the conversation online using _#CPAMMorg. About the Survey Method Harris Poll conducted the survey on behalf of the Coalition to Prevent ADHD Medication Misuse (CPAMM). The survey was administered online within the United States between May 15 and June 11, 2014, among 2,056 U.S. college students (fulltime, 91 percent, and part-time, 9 percent), defined as adults aged 18 to 24 enrolled and seeking a degree at a 4-year college or
economic growth and supports jobs,” says Loomis. “The 100th anniversary of the National Park System in 2016 is a historic opportunity for Congress to ensure our national parks have the resources they need to thrive.” Information about transportation needs and funding opportunities in national parks can be found by visiting www. npca.org. National parks around the country provide natural, educational, recreational, cultural and historical experiences for millions of visitors. In fact, there were 292.8 million visits to national parks in 2014, breaking the previous record of 287.2 million visits set in 1987. With national parks more popular than ever, it’s likely you’ll find yourself on a park road soon enough. Experts say that well-funded national park roads and bridges will help keep visitors safer and make their national park experiences more enjoyable. university and attending at least some in-person classes. Among that group, 164 were diagnosed with ADHD. Data are weighted where necessary by age within gender, race/ethnicity, region, and propensity to be on_line in order to bring them in line with their actual proportions in the population. 1 College students were defined as those age 18-24 seeking a degree at a 4-year college or university and attending at least some in-person classes. 2 Source: McCabe, S.E., West, B.T., Teter, C.J. & Boyd, C.J., Trends in Medical Use, Diversion, and Nonmedical Use of Prescription Medications among College Students from 2003 to 2013: Connecting the Dots, Addictive Behaviors (2014), doi: 10.1016/j.addbeh.2014.03.008
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The 7 Most Dangerous DIY Home Renovations (StatePoint) One in five DIYers tackling home renovations ends up in the hospital each year due to accidents, according to the Home Safety Council. Don’t become a statistic. Here are the seven most dangerous DIY home renovations you should leave to the experts. Tree Trimming & Removal Trees don’t always fall in a predictable manner, creating a hazard for yourself and your property. It’s best to consult a certified arborist, no matter how handy you are with power tools. “If a tree falls during a storm, a DIY mishap, or a careless neighbor’s landscaping project, take photos and contact your claims adjuster as soon as possible,” says Erie Insurance Vice President and Product Manager, Joe Vahey. “Your adjuster can help evaluate the damage and explain how your homeowners insurance can help.” Asbestos Removal Many homes built before 1980 contain asbestos. Before renovating, it’s a smart idea to have your home inspected for asbestos-containing materials by accredited professionals. Leave clean-up to experts, and limit your exposure to the area. Inhaling airborne fibers may cause harmful respiratory problems. Roof Repair When faced with severe storm damage, homeowners often look for a quick fix for roof damage. Rather than running the risk of falling or injuring yourself, have your homeowners insurance claims adjuster verify damage and schedule repair work with an experienced company. In the long run, this will save you time, money and help you avoid injuries. Electrical Repairs While it may be easy to change a light switch or install a ceiling fan (make sure your power is turned off before you start), replacing circuits and other larger projects should be done by professionals.
This will prevent shocks, injuries and potential fires, while ensuring your home is up to building codes if you eventually plan to sell. Gas Appliance Repairs Properly cutting off or hooking up gas lines can be tricky, so leave gas appliance repairs to the professionals to protect against potential gas leaks and carbon monoxide poisoning. Knocking Down Walls If you’re looking for an open floor plan, think before tearing down walls yourself. Do you know which walls are load-bearing and where plumbing or electrical lines are located? Professionals will know how to best navigate the project from start to finish so you stay safe, and your home stays intact. Pest Control Not all pest-control products should be handled by the average consumer. Keep your family safe by hiring a pest control company to handle toxic substances properly. More renovations safety tips and information on homeowners insurance can be found at www. ErieInsurance.com. Before taking on your next big project, think about where you can bring in the pros to save time and money in the long run, and keep your family safe and sound. If accidents do occur during the DIY renovation process, be sure to loop in your insurance claims agent to help assess any damage.
The Story Of A Special American Wife (NAPSA)-Anyone touched and intrigued by the book or movie about American Sniper Chris Kyle may be glad to know the story isn't over. Now, a new book, by Taya Kyle, shares their private story: an unforgettable testament to the power of love and faith in the face of war and unimaginable loss-and a moving tribute to a man whose true heroism ran even deeper than the legend. In early 2013, Taya Kyle and her husband Chris were the happiest they had ever been. Their decadelong marriage had survived years of war that took Chris, a U.S. Navy SEAL, away from Taya and their two children for agonizingly long stretches while he put his life on the line in many major battles of the Iraq War. After struggling to readjust to life out of the military, Chris had found new purpose in redirecting his lifelong dedication to service to supporting veterans and their families. Their love had deepened and, most special of A new book by Taya Kyle, widow all, their family was whole, finally. Then, the unthinkable. On of Chris Kyle, tells the rest of the February 2, 2013, Chris and story of an incredible life and a his friend Chad Littlefield were remarkable wife. killed while attempting to help a troubled vet. The life Chris and Taya fought so hard to build together was shattered. In an instant, Taya became a single parent of two. A widow. A young woman facing the rest of her life without the man she loved. Chris and Taya's remarkable story captivated millions in Chris's best-selling memoir, "American Sniper," to which Taya contributed passages that formed much of the book's emotional core, and through Clint Eastwood's blockbuster, Academy Award-winning film of the same name, starring Bradley Cooper as Chris and Sienna Miller as Taya. Now, with trusted collaborator Jim DeFelice, Taya writes in neverbefore-told detail about the hours, days and months after his shocking death when grief threatened to overwhelm her. Then there were her many wearying battles waged to protect her husband's legacy and reputation. Throughout, friendship, family and a deepening faith were lifelines that sustained her and the kids when the sorrow became too much. Two years after her husband's tragic death, Taya has found renewed meaning and connection to Chris by advancing their shared mission of "serving those who serve others," particularly military and firstresponder families. She and the children are now embracing a future that honors the past but looks forward with hope, gratitude and joy. "American Wife" is a remarkable memoir, a universal chronicle of love and heartbreak, service and sacrifice, faith and purpose. You can find it at many bookstores or order it online from www. harpercollins.com/9780062398086/american-wife. *** The ﬁrst sentence can’t be written until the ﬁnal sentence is written.” — Joyce Carol Oates
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The reigning cats and dogs of a new animated "reality" TV show. oddly matched, sometimes in a competition-type setting that puts these individuals head to head in situations that wouldn't normally exist. Other reality programming follows the same type of format, but often in a more "family" type of environment; where the audience gets to see how the "other half" lives. Remember "The Osbournes," or "Nick & Jessica"? Phenoms that made jokes about "Chicken of the Sea" and "bleep" sounds over cursing a part of modern-day pop culture. Whether it's "American Idol," "Keeping up with the Kardashians" or "Duck Dynasty," many critics have lamented for years that reality television glamorizes materialistic and animalistic behavior. And now, starting in spring 2015, those claims are quite literal, with an animated reality show actually starring a band of cats and dogs called the "Talking Tom and Friends Series." This show, based on the mobile app franchise created by Outfit7 Ltd., stars an odd pairing of cats and dogs. This unlikely group of friends is on a journey to become reality TV stars by chronicling their adventures via their garage/app studio. Their unstoppable leader, Tom, believes that with this show, the gang is destined for fame and fortune. The all-star voice cast brings to life the distinct personalities of these well-known cats and dogs. Tom: the charismatic and chaotic leader, voiced by Emmy- and Golden Globe(r)-nominated Colin Hanks ("Fargo" and "Orange County"). Hank: the lovable goofball voiced by Tom Kenny ("SpongeBob SquarePants" and "Adventure Time with Finn & Jake"). Ben: the brainy one voiced by James Adomian ("Comedy Bang! Bang!" and "Gravity Falls"). Angela: the glamorous and graciously flawed perfectionist voiced by Lisa Schwartz ("Not Cool"). And Ginger: the mischievous kid voiced by Maria Bamford ("WordGirl" and "Adventure Time with Finn & Jake"). It's The Real World complete with fur and a tail. This unorthodox clique is based on a series of 15 chart-topping apps, the first of which launched originally in 2010. These Friends boast over 2.6 billion downloads and 250 million active monthly users, and are now looking to entertain fans on even more screens with their new show. And what better way to do that than on the world's biggest video-sharing platform, YouTube? The prelude episode to the "Talking Tom and Friends Series," "The Audition," debuted on The Talking Tom and Friends YouTube channel (over 1.4 million subscribers strong) at the end of December 2014, to a fanfare of over 18 million views to date. Episode 1, "Untalking Tom," premieres April 30th on the YouTube channel and the YouTube Kids app, with new episodes airing weekly. The tribe has spoken; this show is one to watch!
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Ode Upon A Grecian Failure Greece has one of the oldest civilizations on earth. They consolidated thousands of years before Christ and Greek culture has impacted the world in positive ways. A timeline of some of the events will add a little perspective to Greece’s ancient history and the greatness of its civilization. The earliest evidence of crude dwellings, burials and food production in Greece are around 7,000 BC. Evidence of fixed fortifications occur as early as 3400 BC. The Trojan War began around 1250 BC. The first Olympic Games were in 776 BC and Greek colonies that forged into southern Italy, and the Greek alphabet were established 25 years later. In 730 BC the martial Spartans of legend begin their warring ways. In 569 (we’re still talking BC) Pythagoras, he of the Pythagorean Theorem is born. The Greeks battled the Persians for about fifty years and the battle of Marathon was fought in 490. The Athenians won the battle and legend has it that Pheidippides ran the 26 miles from the battle site to Athens, reported the battle to the Athenians warning them of the impending invasion of Persians and then he dropped dead. In 490 Leonidas, battled and sacrificed 300 Spartans to the Persian Xerxes at the battle of Thermopylae to allow the rest of the army to escape. In the one hundred thirty year period from 457 to 327 we see Pericles the statesman, Herodotus historian, Euripides
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Greek partisans fought valiantly throughout the war probably kept Hitler from invading Russia sooner than he did. After the war Greece was once again plunged into civil war pitting the Greek Nationalists against the Communists. Over 100,000 were killed. Thousands escaped to communist countries and the country was once again ruined financially. What happened after the Civil War in Greece to present time could fill another column and indeed it will. From financial devastation to a military coup resulting in tremendous prosperity to ruin again and the rise of the Communist Party are some of the historical issues I’ll address. As Greece has become entrenched in the European Union, NATO and adopted the Euro as its currency, the economic and political ramifications of its financial melt-down can have effect world-wide. Events are changing hourly and by week’s end we should have a pretty good idea of the direction of Greece and the European Union is going in this giant game of chicken.
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crystal (1933-'40), dark green (1960s-'80s), fired-on red (late 1930s) and milk glass (1960s-'80s). There are several excellent references that might be helpful. I especially like "Warman's Depression Glass: A Value and Identification Guide" by Ellen T. Schroy and published by Krause Books. This guide spotlights more than 170 patterns and lists current market values for 10,000 items. The latest edition has been expanded with values that I think accurately reflect the present marketplace. You also might contact the National Depression Glass Association, an organization that was founded in 1974 is and dedicated to the preservation of American-made glassware. A newsletter, "News & Views," is published for members. Contact is P.O. Box 8264, Wichita, KS 67208; www.ndga.net; and Dean Lowry, membership chairman, email@example.com. *** Q: I inherited a pedestal cake plate in Heirloom fine china by Georges Briard. It is from the 1940s, and I would like to know its value. -- Ruth, Sun City, Arizona A: I found your cake plate on eBay for $40, which I think is fairly close to its value.
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“Dusty Britches” here reporting in with some bad news and some good news. The bad news is that the fishing here in the lake has dropped off as a result of hot weather and low dissolved oxygen content. The good news is that Jay Blaylock and “Silent Sam” have been keeping daily temperature readings and Mother Nature has smiled down on us as the water temperature has dropped due to cooler evenings… and the wind has picked up in the afternoons. The wind is good because it helps to oxygenate the lake. The bottom line is that Jay was able to talk the owner of Jess Ranch Hatchery to deliver trout this Monday, July 13th or Tuesday, July 14th…1,200 pounds of rainbow trout. Hatcheries have pretty strict rules about water temperatures when they plan to deliver over a half ton of trout. Only a few notable catches this week… Ole “Dusty” would be lyin if he tried to blow sunshine up the south end of a north facing bull. We should be ready to rock and roll by next weekend. I do want you to know that reservations have been keeping our phone lines pretty busy, so keep on trying or leave us a message so we can return the call. To answer some FAQ’s… ”Yes”, there is water in the Lake although diminished in size and “no” you are not suppose to fish after dark. We are open from 6:00 a.m. til dark 364 days a year although our hours do change a little with the different seasons of the year. We have condo’s, sleeping cabins, R.V. sites with electric and water, tent camping, community campfire rings, fishing, boating, trails to hike, birds to watch, hands to shake, backs to slap, babies to kiss, and worms to drown. The ducks and geese are always a hit with the kids. The restaurant is serving up some great food. A word from the “inside track”. If you order steak and eggs on Sunday or Monday, you’ll probably get prime rib for the steak… left over from the Friday night and Saturday night prime rib dinners. Next week’s fishin report should be a whole lot more about fishin. Tight Lines and Bent Rods… ”Dusty Britches”. *** If I had not existed, someone else would have written me, Hemingway, Dostoyevsky, all of us.” — William Faulkner ***
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Dear EarthTalk: How have polar bear populations in the Arctic been faring since the U.S. put them on its endangered species list in 2008, and what efforts are underway to protect them? -- Melissa Underhill, Bangor, ME Biologists estimate that as many as 25,000 polar bears roam the far north these days, with two-thirds of them in Canada and most of the remainder in Alaska and northern Russia. Environmentalists cheered in May 2008 when the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (USFWS) listed polar bears as threatened under the Endangered Species Act because of forecast evidence that circumpolar warming is melting sea ice, the great white carnivore’s primary habitat. This listing represented the first time that climate change effects were officially considered as a cause for a species’ decline, emboldening activists to start calling for stricter regulations on carbon emissions nationwide. Polar bears have been “protected” in the U.S. since 2008, but only recently has the USFWS released a species management plan. The Draft Polar Bear Conservation Management Plan (CMP) outlines six strategies to manage bear populations, including: limiting global atmospheric levels of greenhouse gases to levels suitable for supporting polar bear recovery and conservation,
supporting international protection efforts, managing human-polar bear conflicts, collaboratively managing polar bear hunting by Alaska natives, protecting polar bear denning habitats and minimizing risk of contamination from oil spills. While saving polar bears is not the only reason to curb greenhouse gases, the CMP prioritizes that public officials start factoring in the “consequences to polar bears and their habitats of the likely effects of the current baseline greenhouse gases scenario” and “prompt the needed actions to maintain and, as needed, restore sea ice habitat by implementing sufficient regulatory, marketdriven, or voluntary actions.” As for supporting international efforts, the USFWS is aligning with Russia to protect denning habitats in Chukotka and on Wrangel Island, where almost all denning for the Chukchi Sea population occurs, and with Canada to support polar bear management efforts in the Canadian Archipelago. To manage human-polar bear conflicts, FWS is joining communities and industry to develop safety procedures for bear encounters and establish
best practices for garbage management and bear-proof food-storage options to reduce food attractants that draw polar bears into human communities. The agency has also committed to expand the scope and improve the effectiveness of community polar bear patrols. Polar bears are hunted in 15 Alaskan villages for meat or handicrafts like mittens and mukluks, and the USFWS plans to collaborate with the North Slope Borough, the Alaska Nanuuq Commission and others on implementing sustainable hunt management strategies in these villages. The USFWS is also working to minimize development and disturbance on barrier islands, which provide crucial bear habitat. To reduce the risk of contamination from an oil spill, the USFWS will continue to provide feedback on oil exploration plans and ensure that responders and companies have
current information on seasonal bear movements and important habitat areas. Standard operating procedures are in the works for the rescue and handling of oiled bears. The USFWS estimates that implementing the CMP over the next five years will cost almost $13 million. Comments on the plan will be accepted via the Federal eRulemaking Portal (search Docket No. FWS-R7ES-2014-0060) through August 20, 2015.
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Religion In The News Raif Badawi’s Sentence Of 1,000 Lashes To Resume The Supreme Court of Saudi Arabia has upheld the sentencing of blogger Raif Badawi, who was sentenced to 1,000 lashes, a $266K fine, and 10 years imprisonment after being charge with “insulting Islam through electronic channels” in 2012. He was initially ordered to receive 1,000 lashes by cane in increments of 50 per week over the course of 20 weeks. The first round of 50 lashes was captured on a cell phone and posted on the Internet, which sparked protests from around the world. The UN, EU, and US, along with other countries, called for an end to his sentence. Subsequent floggings were postponed when doctors reported that his body could not endure more punishment because the first round of beatings had not
When are you Christians going to pull your heads out of the ground and believe the scientific evidence for the origin of the universe? Thanks for your question. Obviously, the origin of the universe is a long standing debate. Since I am not a scientist, I seldom think of the Creation in a scientific way, but I do try and see it logically. It seems to me if you remove a creator from the picture, you’re left with only a few logical explanations for the universe. I can think of these: The universe is an illusion The universe spontaneously came from nothing The universe is eternal I find no compelling reason to believe any of these, science notwithstanding. If you’d like scientific evidence from a biblical perspective, I suggest, The Creator and the Cosmos, by Hugh Ross, PhD in astrophysics and founder of Reasons to Believe [reasons. org], or Understanding Intelligent Design: Everything you need to know in plain language, by William Dembski and Sean McDowell. Rick Hill is the Senior Pastor at Hillside Church on 3rd and C Streets in Julian, CA. Direct all questions and correspondence to: PastorRick@ julianchurch.org or Hillside Church, Religion In The News, Box 973, Julian, CA, 92036. (Opinions in this column do not necessarily express the views of Julian News, its editor, or employees.)
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Will California Republicans Dance With Wolves? Jerry Brown, who as a candidate for governor in 2010 repeatedly pledged he wouldn’t raise taxes without a popular vote, has called for a special session of the Legislature for the purpose of raising taxes. This despite the fact that general fund revenues have outstripped estimates by almost $6 billion. So now we have the very real possibility of higher gas taxes, higher registration and vehicle license fees with proceeds promised for roads – all without a vote of the people. That a politician would change his views on adding to the public’s tax burden is hardly a surprise. Those of a certain age will clearly remember presidential candidate George H.W. Bush proclaiming, “Read my lips, no new taxes,” before his later, as president, breaking his pledge. In his effort to increase the tax burden on motorists, Brown is receiving support from the usual suspects including Democrats in the Legislature who have become the party of the public employee unions favoring more revenue for higher pay, and radical environmentalists for whom the price of fossil fuels can never be high enough. Even some in the business community are signaling that they, too, could support higher levies on California drivers if the result is improved roads (By now you would think that these otherwise astute political players would realize that Faustian bargains with the tax-hikers always end badly). The impediment to the grand scheme of those who want ever higher taxes is, of course, Proposition 13 which requires a two-thirds vote of each house of the Legislature. Deprived of
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their supermajorities in the last election cycle, Democrats would need help from Republicans. So the big question is will the Democrats be able to pick off a handful of Republican votes. We sure hope not. Not only would this be bad policy but the California Republican Party has, in recent years, made progress in establishing a reputation as the only party to represent average working folks against multi-billion dollar tax increases. And voting for tax hikes as a Republican is a surefire way to end a political career. Moreover, to their credit, Republicans have proposed credible transportation plans of their own to provide needed funding for road construction and maintenance, but without raising taxes. Nonetheless, we’re hearing rumors that a couple of Republicans might acquiesce to a tax increase. They should know better as California already ranks second in the nation in gas tax rates, even without counting the hidden carbon tax. The new tax would make the state an outright number one and would add to the already highest gasoline prices. Expect Republican legislators to be wined and dined and invited to dance by those lobbying for higher taxes. These favor seekers will be wearing their most benign looking sheep costumes but legislative Republicans should be aware that these are actually wolves who, once they have gotten the votes they want, will turn on them without provocation if it suits their interests. Jon Coupal is president of the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association — California’s largest grass-roots taxpayer organization dedicated to the protection of Proposition 13 and the advancement of taxpayers’ rights.
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Also, planning ahead can really save money in your food budget. * Enjoy the foods of summer. Blueberries, strawberries, peaches, watermelons and fresh garden veggies are always a treat. If you eat produce while it’s in season, it typically costs less and tastes better, so your children will be more likely to eat it and enjoy it. Summer is the perfect time to get fresh vegetables and fruits at lower prices. Try my recipe for Fish Tacos With Summer Salsa, and feel free to substitute your favorite white fish, vegetables and fruit to create this tasty, lowcost meal. FISH TACOS WITH SUMMER SALSA 1 pound American farm-raised tilapia, catfish or other meaty white-fish fillets Juice of 2 limes 2 tomatillos, husk peeled, rinsed and chopped 2 medium tomatoes, chopped 4 small zucchini or 2 large cucumbers, peeled, seeded and cut into small cubes 1 large peach or mango, pitted and diced 1 medium jalapeno pepper, stems and some or all seeds removed, diced 1/4 cup chopped cilantro leaves and stems 1 1/2 teaspoons salt 2 tablespoons chili powder 1 tablespoon cumin 3 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil 8 (6-inch) corn tortillas 1 Hass avocado, peeled and thinly sliced 1. Preheat oven to 225 F.
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Place the fish in medium bowl and drizzle with half of the lime juice. Cover and refrigerate for 15 minutes. 2. Using your hands, squeeze the juice and flesh from the tomatillos, one at a time, into a medium bowl; discard the skins. Mash the tomatillos with a fork. Add the remaining lime juice, tomatoes, zucchini or cucumbers, peach or mango, jalapeno, cilantro, 1/2 teaspoon salt, 1/2 teaspoon chili powder, 1/2 teaspoon cumin and 1/2 tablespoon of the olive oil, and toss together until well-combined. 3. Spread the tortillas on 2 baking sheets and warm in the oven for about 10 minutes. 4. In a small bowl, combine 1/2 teaspoon salt, and the remaining chili powder and cumin. Remove fish from lime juice, pat dry and cover both sides evenly with the spice mix. 5. Heat remaining olive oil in a large nonstick skillet over medium heat; cook the fish, about 4 minutes on each side. Break fish into bite-size pieces and season with remaining salt. Arrange fish in the tortillas with some of the salsa and avocado slices. *** Angela Shelf Medearis is an award-winning children’s author, culinary historian and the author of seven cookbooks. Her new cookbook is “The Kitchen Diva’s Diabetic Cookbook.” Her website is www. divapro.com. To see how-to videos, recipes and much, much more, Like Angela Shelf Medearis, The Kitchen Diva! on Facebook. Recipes may not be reprinted without permission from Angela Shelf Medearis. © 2015 King Features Synd., Inc., and Angela Shelf Medearis
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ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME
Case Number: 37-2015-00020451-CU-PT-CTL
IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF: JEFFERY PAUL WELLS FOR CHANGE OF NAME
IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF: CHRISTINE LOUISE KNOKE FOR CHANGE OF NAME
PETITIONER: JEFFERY PAUL WELLS HAS FILED A PETITION FOR AN ORDER TO CHANGE NAMES FROM: JEFFERY PAUL WELLS TO: JEFFERY PAUL ANDREWS
PETITIONER: CHRISTINE LOUISE KNOKE HAS FILED A PETITION FOR AN ORDER TO CHANGE NAMES FROM: CHRISTINE LOUISE KNOKE TO: CHRISTINE KNOKE HIETBRINK
IT IS ORDERED that all persons interested in this matter appear before this court in Department 46 of the San Diego County Superior Court at the address shown (220 West Broadway, San Diego, CA 92101) on JULY 24, 2015 at 8:30 a.m., and show cause, if any, why the petition for a change of name should not be granted. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that a copy of this ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE be published in the Julian News, a newspaper of general circulation published in this county, at least once a week for four successive weeks prior to the day of the hearing. THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE COURT CLERK OF THE SUPERIOR COURT ON JUNE 8, 2015.
IT IS ORDERED that all persons interested in this matter appear before this court in Department 46 of the San Diego County Superior Court at the address shown (220 West Broadway, San Diego, CA 92101) on AUGUST 7, 2015 at 8:30 a.m., and show cause, if any, why the petition for a change of name should not be granted. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that a copy of this ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE be published in the Julian News, a newspaper of general circulation published in this county, at least once a week for four successive weeks prior to the day of the hearing. THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE COURT CLERK OF THE SUPERIOR COURT ON JUNE 18, 2015.
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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No. 2015-016234 a) IP CONSTRUCT b) IPCONSTRUCT 11314 Meadow View Rd., El Cajon, CA 92020 The business is conducted by A General Parnership - Pete Underwood, 11314 Meadow View, El Cajon, CA 92020 and Skidimonte Ongtawco, 7803 Highwood Ave, La Mesa, CA 91941. THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH ERNEST J. DRONENBURG JR., RECORDER/ COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON June 19, 2015. LEGAL: 06988 Publish: July 1, 8, 15, 22, 2015
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME
Case Number: 37-2015-00020770-CU-PT-NC
IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF: SHERI NATSCHKE FOR CHANGE OF NAME PETITIONER: SHERI NATSCHKE and on behalf of: SEAN DAVID GRAHAM, a minor HAS FILED A PETITION FOR AN ORDER TO CHANGE NAMES FROM: SEAN DAVID GRAHAM, a minor TO: SEAN DAVID NATSCHKE, a minor IT IS ORDERED that all persons interested in this matter appear before this court in Department 26 of the San Diego County Superior Court at the address shown (325 S. Melrose Dr., Vista, CA 92081) on AUGUST 18, 2015 at 8:30 a.m., and show cause, if any, why the petition for a change of name should not be granted. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that a copy of this ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE be published in the Julian News, a newspaper of general circulation published in this county, at least once a week for four successive weeks prior to the day of the hearing. THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE COURT CLERK OF THE SUPERIOR COURT ON JUNE 22, 2015.
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ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME
IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF: CARLA RIQUE-CASILLAS FOR CHANGE OF NAME PETITIONER: CARLA RIQUE-CASILLAS HAS FILED A PETITION FOR AN ORDER TO CHANGE NAMES FROM: CARLA RIQUE-CASILLAS TO: KARLA RIQUE IT IS ORDERED that all persons interested in this matter appear before this court in Department 46 of the San Diego County Superior Court at the address shown (220 West Broadway, San Diego, CA 92101) on JULY 31, 2015 at 8:30 a.m., and show cause, if any, why the petition for a change of name should not be granted. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that a copy of this ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE be published in the Julian News, a newspaper of general circulation published in this county, at least once a week for four successive weeks prior to the day of the hearing. THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE COURT CLERK OF THE SUPERIOR COURT ON JUNE 18, 2015. LEGAL: 06981 Publish: June 24 and July 1, 8, 15, 2015
IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF: TINESHIA PARKS FOR CHANGE OF NAME PETITIONER: TINESHIA PARKS and on belhalf of: JORDYNN CLASSY DYER-PARKS, a minor HAS FILED A PETITION FOR AN ORDER TO CHANGE NAMES FROM: JORDYNN CLASSY DYER-PARKS, a minor TO: JORDYNN CLASSY PARKS, a minor IT IS ORDERED that all persons interested in this matter appear before this court in Department 46 of the San Diego County Superior Court at the address shown (220 West Broadway, San Diego, CA 92101) on JULY 31, 2015 at 8:30 a.m., and show cause, if any, why the petition for a change of name should not be granted. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that a copy of this ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE be published in the Julian News, a newspaper of general circulation published in this county, at least once a week for four successive weeks prior to the day of the hearing. THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE COURT CLERK OF THE SUPERIOR COURT ON JUNE 15, 2015. LEGAL: 06983 Publish: June 24 and July 1, 8, 15, 2015
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The U.S. Forest Service (Forest Service), Cleveland National Forest (CNF) and the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) have prepared a Joint Final Environmental Impact Report/Final Environmental Impact Statement (FEIR/FEIS) under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) and National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) for the San Diego Gas & Electric Company (SDG&E) Master Special Use Permit (MSUP) and Permit to Construct Power Line Replacement Projects. The MSUP would authorize SDG&E to upgrade and/or relocate certain electric powerlines on National Forest System lands, while providing for the operation and maintenance of the SDG&E electric powerline system on the CNF. The CPUC must also approve the proposed Power Line Replacement Projects by issuing a Permit to Construct for power lines proposed for replacement both on and off National Forest System lands. The project area is located in multiple locations within the Trabuco, Palomar and Descanso Ranger Districts, Cleveland National Forest, Orange and San Diego Counties, California. Approval of the MSUP would allow for the continued operation and maintenance of SDG&E electric facilities within the CNF and authorize the replacement of certain existing power lines on and adjacent to CNF lands. MSUP approval is being requested by SDG&E because the existing authorizations within the CNF are expired, and the existing power lines are needed to supply power to local communities, residences, and government-owned facilities located within and adjacent to the CNF. Additional information may also be found on the project webpage at: http://www.cpuc.ca.gov/environment/info/dudek/CNF/CNF.htm By this notice, the Forest Service is announcing that Forest Supervisor William Metz has prepared a Draft Record of Decision (Draft ROD) for the MSUP. The proposed decision described in the Draft ROD would authorize SDG&E to fire harden certain power lines, relocate other power lines, and operate and maintain other existing power lines on National Forest System lands within the Cleveland National Forest as described by the Federal Preferred Alternative in the FEIR/FEIS. This proposed decision applies only to SDG&E improvements on National Forest System lands. The Draft ROD is available for review at the project webpage listed above. The proposed decision by the Forest Service to authorize SDG&E facilities on National Forest System lands is subject to the Forest Service predecisional administrative review (referred to as ‘‘objection’’) process pursuant to 36 CFR 218, Subparts A and B. Decisions made by other agencies for project components within their jurisdiction are not subject to administrative review under these rules. Objections will only be accepted from those who submitted timely project-specific written comments during scoping, supplemental scoping, or during the Draft EIR/EIS comment period. Issues raised in objections must be based on previously submitted comments unless based on new information arising after the designated comment periods. Objections must be submitted within 45 days following the publication of this legal notice in the San Diego Union Tribune. The date of this legal notice is the exclusive means for calculating the time to file an objection. Those wishing to object should not rely upon dates or timeframes provided by any other source. It is the objector’s responsibility to ensure evidence of timely receipt (36 CFR 218.9). Objections must be submitted to the reviewing officer: Randy Moore, Regional Forester, USDA Forest Service; Attn: SDG&E MSUP; 1323 Club Drive, Vallejo, CA 94592. Ph. (707) 562-8737. Objections may be submitted via mail, FAX (707-562-9229), or delivered during business hours (M-F 8:00am to 4:00pm). Electronic objections, in common (.doc, .pdf, .rtf, .txt) formats, may be submitted to: firstname.lastname@example.org with Subject: SDG&E MSUP. Objections must include (36 CFR 218.8(d)): 1) name, address and telephone; 2) signature or other verification of authorship; 3) identify a single lead objector when applicable; 4) project name, Responsible Official name and title, and name of affected National Forest; 5) reasons for, and suggested remedies to resolve, your objections; and, 6) description of the connection between your objections and your prior comments. Objectors may incorporate documents by reference only as provided for at 36 CFR 218.8(b). For additional information concerning the Forest Service objection process, contact Jeff Heys, Forest Planner, Cleveland National Forest, at 858-674-2959, or email@example.com.
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ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME
Case Number: 37-2015-00021960-CU-PT-CTL
IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF: RALPH GERHARD SCHOETTLE FOR CHANGE OF NAME PETITIONER: RALPH GERHARD SCHOETTLE HAS FILED A PETITION FOR AN ORDER TO CHANGE NAMES FROM: RALPH GERHARD SCHOETTLE AKA: RALPH GERHARD SCHOTTLE TO: ROLF GERHARD SCHOTTLE IT IS ORDERED that all persons interested in this matter appear before this court in Department 46 of the San Diego County Superior Court at the address shown (220 West Broadway, San Diego, CA 92101) on AUGUST 14, 2015 at 8:30 a.m., and show cause, if any, why the petition for a change of name should not be granted. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that a copy of this ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE be published in the Julian News, a newspaper of general circulation published in this county, at least once a week for four successive weeks prior to the day of the hearing. THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE COURT CLERK OF THE SUPERIOR COURT ON JULY 1, 2015.
LE G A L N O TI C E S FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No. 2015-016122 CHERYL POLK PHOTOGRAPHY 18249 High Mesa Court, San Diego, CA 92127 The business is conducted by An Individual Cheryl Polk, 18249 High Mesa Court, San Diego, CA 92127. THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH ERNEST J. DRONENBURG JR., RECORDER/ COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON June 18, 2015. LEGAL: 06994 Publish: July 8, 15, 22, 29, 2015
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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No. 2015-016653 a) AVION TRAVEL NETWORK b) AVION TRAVEL 8817 Spectrum Center Blvd., #1306, San Diego, CA 92123 The business is conducted by An Individual Aubrey L. Williams II, 8817 Spectrum Center Blvd., #1306, San Diego, CA 92123. THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH ERNEST J. DRONENBURG JR., RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON June 24, 2015. LEGAL: 06996 Publish: July 8, 15, 22, 29, 2015
LEGAL: 06992 Publish: July 8, 15, 22, 29, 2015
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No. 2015-014584 WEB GEM MD 2368 Journey St., Chula Vista, CA 91915 The business is conducted by An Individual Matthew Fischer, 2368 Journey St., Chula Vista, CA 91915. THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH ERNEST J. DRONENBURG JR., RECORDER/ COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON MAY 27, 2015.
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No. 2015-016428 SEWMADE SEWMADE FABRICS 2430 Cardinal Drive, Apt 25, San Diego, CA 92123 The business is conducted by A Married Couple - Brian Gerwe and Yazel Gerwe, 2430 Cardinal Drive, Apt 25, San Diego, CA 92123 . THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH ERNEST J. DRONENBURG JR., RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON JUNE 22, 2015.
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No. 2015-015832 AFFORDABLE PROVIDERS 350 10th Ave, Suite 1000, San Diego, CA 92101 The business is conducted by A Corporation - Heartland Coalition. THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH ERNEST J. DRONENBURG JR., RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON June 15, 2015.
LEGAL: 06984 Publish: June 24 and July 1, 8, 15, 2015
LEGAL: 06987 Publish: July 1, 8, 15, 22, 2015
LEGAL: 06993 Publish: July 8, 15, 22, 29, 2015
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No. 2015-016588 G&N COMPLIANCE CONSULTING GROUP, INC. 7325 Calle Conifera, Carlsbad, CA 92009 The business is conducted by A Corporation G&N COMPLIANCE CONSULTING GROUP, INC. THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH ERNEST J. DRONENBURG JR., RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON June 24, 2015.
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No. 2015-017306 a) PRACTICECFO b) PRACTICEDSO 13400 Sabre Springs Parkway, 275, San Diego, CA 92128 The business is conducted by A Corporation - Wesley W. Read, Accountancy Corporation. THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH ERNEST J. DRONENBURG JR., RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON July 2, 2015.
LEGAL: 06995 Publish: July 8, 15, 22, 29, 2015
LEGAL: 06998 Publish: July 8, 15, 22, 29, 2015
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME
Case Number: 37-2015-00022525-CU-PT-CTL
IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF: AN THANH NGUYEN FOR CHANGE OF NAME PETITIONER: AN THANH NGUYEN HAS FILED A PETITION FOR AN ORDER TO CHANGE NAMES FROM: AN THANH NGUYEN TO: ANNE NGUYEN SCHMIDT IT IS ORDERED that all persons interested in this matter appear before this court in Department 46 of the San Diego County Superior Court at the address shown (220 West Broadway, San Diego, CA 92101) on AUGUST 21, 2015 at 9:30 a.m., and show cause, if any, why the petition for a change of name should not be granted. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that a copy of this ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE be published in the Julian News, a newspaper of general circulation published in this county, at least once a week for four successive weeks prior to the day of the hearing. THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE COURT CLERK OF THE SUPERIOR COURT ON JULY 8, 2015. LEGAL: 06998 Publish: July 15, 22, 29 and August 5, 2015
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