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State Schools Chief Tom Torlakson Reports Slight Decline In Students’ Physical Fitness Test Results; Asks Schools, Parents To Maintain Focus On Healthy Kids

Some New Laws For 2017 • New California Law Requires Rear-Facing Car Seats For Children Under Age 2 - Children younger than 2 will be required to sit in a rearfacing car seat under a new California law that goes into effect January 1st. • California's minimum wage is set to tick up in January — from $10 an hour to $10.50. This will be the first step in a law that raises the statewide minimum to $15 an hour by 2022. • A new California state law will require ride-booking companies like Uber and Lyft to conduct comprehensive criminal background checks on their drivers. Companies that don’t comply will be fined up to $5,000 for each violation. • Right To Try Gives Terminally Ill Options Without FDA Approval - A new law allowing terminally ill patients the chance to try treatments not yet approved by the federal government begins January 1. • Mascot names - Cheering for the “Redskins” is officially a thing of the past in California as of Jan. 1. Passed back in 2015, Assembly Bill 30 gave public schools until 2017 to ditch a mascot now widely denounced as racist and insensitive to Native Americans. The four remaining California high schools using the mascot have complied: two of those schools now cheer for the “Tribe,” one roots on the “Reds” and one has ditched a mascot altogether. • Welfare payments - After years of trying to erase a welfare rule they said punishes poor people, Democrats finally succeeded in repealing a policy known as the “maximum family grant” that bars women who get pregnant while on welfare from drawing additional benefits. As of Jan. 1, women in that situation can apply for benefits to cover the new child. They can also apply to cover children who are still minors and were previously excluded. • Assault Weapons - As part of a package fortifying California’s already-tough gun laws, Senate Bill 880 and Assembly Bill 1135 sought to ban guns that circumvent a previously passed assault weapon law with reloading devices called “bullet buttons.” California bars purchasing, semi-automatic, centerfire rifles or semi-automatic pistols that lack a fixed magazine and have one of a number of features that include a protruding pistol grip or a folding or telescoping stock. If you already own one, you’ll need to register it with the California Department of Justice. • Park Names - For all you Yosemite National Park fans mourning the hotel formerly known as the Ahwahnee, there is Assembly Bill 2249. continued on page 7

SACRAMENTO—State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson reported today that the percentage of students who met the Healthy Fitness Zone (HFZ) performance standards declined slightly compared to the previous two years, according to the results of the 2015-16 Physical Fitness Test (PFT). “Good nutrition, proper rest, and exercise are key ingredients for success in the classroom and in life,” Torlakson said. “This year’s Physical Fitness Test results, which are down very slightly, remind all of us as educators, parents and community leaders that we need to convey this message to our children. One of the best ways to do that is by eating healthy foods and exercising so we can serve as role models for healthy living, not only for the sake of our children, but also for the future health of our communities and our state.” Overall, slightly more students participated in the PFT during the 2015–16 school year than the previous year, with more than 1.3 million students in grades five (459,715), seven (448,442), and nine (440,139) taking the FITNESSGRAM®, a series of six separate tests that measure aerobic capacity, body composition, abdominal strength, trunk extensor strength, upper body strength, and flexibility (Table 1). Approximately 25.9 percent of students in grade five, 32.1 percent of students in grade seven, and 36.7 percent of students in grade nine scored at the highest levels, called the HFZ. This represents levels of fitness that offer protection against diseases resulting from sedentary living (Table 2). Those levels are down slightly in all grades compared with the previous two school years. The multi-year comparison is available on Table 3. Slight gains were recorded in the Body Composition fitness area in grades five and seven. Body Composition is one of the six areas assessed annually and considered among the most important gauges of health (Table 4). Torlakson, a former high school cross country and track coach and an avid runner, has made youth health and fitness a priority of his public service career. As a state legislator for 14 years, Torlakson authored several bills to increase student physical fitness education and standards, increase accountability in fitness testing, and promote collaboration between schools and local recreation and park districts. “If we don’t change eating and exercise habits, we will continue to see a portion of our students afflicted with diabetes and heart disease,” Torlakson said. “Healthy, active, and well-nourished children are more likely to attend school and are more prepared and motivated to learn. There is a direct correlation between good nutrition, exercise, student wellness, and the ability of our students to learn well.” This is the 17th year for the reporting of physical fitness test results in California public schools. The program was first authorized in 1976 and reestablished in 1995 by Assembly Bill 265. The following year, the State Board of Education designated FITNESSGRAM® as the required physical fitness test to be administered to students in grades five, seven, and nine. The 2015–16 physical fitness results for schools, school districts, counties, and the state are available on the California Department of Education (CDE) Physical Fitness Test Results Web page. More information is also available on the CDE Physical Fitness Testing Web page. Attachments for Physical Fitness Test (PFT) Results Table 1: 2016 Estimated Percentage of Grade Five, Seven, and Nine Students in Fitness Areas by Healthy Fitness Zone'

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1 Healthy Fitness Zone is a registered trademark of The Cooper Institute. 2 Includes partially tested students. 3 NI = Needs Improvement.

Table 2: 2016 Estimated Percentage of Grade Five, Seven, and Nine Students by the Number of Fitness Areas in the Healthy Fitness Zone' (HFZ)

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1 Healthy Fitness Zone is a registered trademark of The Cooper Institute. 2 Includes partially tested students. ' Percentages in columns may not add to 100 percent due to rounding.

Table 3: Comparison of 2014, 2015, and 2016 Estimated Percentage of Grade Five, Seven, and Nine Students in Healthy Fitness Zone' (HFZ) for six out of six Fitness Areas

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Friday, December 2 W 4-0 @ Borrego Springs Tuesday December 6 L 2-0 Home - High Tech (NC) Friday, December 9 L 2-0 @ Guajome Park Academy Tuesday, December 13 3pm Home - Borrego Springs Friday, December 16 3:15 @ Maranatha Christian Thursday, January 12 3:15 @ High Tech (NC) Friday, January 13 3pm Home - Tri-City Christian Wednesday, January 18 3pm Home - Vincent Memorial Friday, January 20 3:15 @ Mountain Empire Wednesday, January 25 3pm Home - West Shores Friday, January 27 3:15 Home - Borrego Springs Friday, February 3 3:15 @ Vincent Memorial Wednesday, February 8 3:15 Home - Mountain Empire Friday, February 10 3pm Home - West Shores Wednesday, February 15 3pm @ Borrego Springs

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Tuesday, Dec. 6 W 49-48 @ High Tech (NC) Thursday, Dec. 8 L 56-36 Home - High Tech (NC) Monday, December 12 4pm Home - West Shores Thursday, December 15 4pm @ Calipatria Tuesday, December 20 TBA @ El Cajon Valley Tuesday, December 27 TBA @ El Captian Tuesday, January 10 5pm Home - Mission Vista Friday, January 13 4pm Home - Calipatria Tuesday, January 17 4pm @ San Pasqual Academy Friday, January 20 5pm Home -High Tech (CV) Tuesday, January 24 4pm Home - Warner Friday, January 27 4pm Home-St Joseph Academy Saturday, January 28 1:30 Home - El Cajon Valley Tuesday, January 31 4pm @ Escondido Adventist Academy Friday, February 3 4pm Home - San Pasqual Academy Friday, February 10 4pm @ Warner Tuesday, February 14 4pm @ St Joseph Academy Friday, February 17 4pm Home -Escondido Adventist

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Wednesday, November 30 Home - King-Chavez Community Wednesday, Dec. 7 L 77-57 @ Guajome Park Academy Friday, December 9 L 53-51 Home - Classical Academy Monday, December 12 5:30 Home - West Shores Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, December 13, 14, 15, 16 Warner Mountain Classic Tournament TBA Monday, December 19 5:30 @ West Shores Thursday, December 22 6pm Home - Mountain Empire Continued on Page 7

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Remembering Scott O'Dell author of Island of the Blue Dolphins When I was twelve years old (living in Julian in 1964), the movie, Island of the Blue Dolphins came out. After reading the book, the movie was a monumental disappointment. Not long after seeing the movie, Dorsa O'Dell, Scott's wife, came to our house because my mother, Sarah, Glaze, sewed clothes for her. While there, I told Mrs. O'Dell how I felt about the movie. She said, "Go tell Scott...he's waiting in the car." So I did. Mr. O'Dell was interested in my 12-year old opinions and wanted to know my favorite parts of the book, and why I didn't like the movie. At the end of our conversation, he told me that he was also disappointed in the movie. The following week, when Mrs. O'Dell came to pick up her sewing, she brought me an inscribed copy of Island of the Blue Dolphins which read: For Judy, remembering our long talk, and with the hope that you'll find someday an island of your own. Scott O'Dell, Aug. 1964 I've always remembered Scott O'Dell's kindness to spend time talking with a 12-year old. Judy Glaze Ray Ovilla, Texas

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Friendships Come In All Dimensions-Sometimes In The Most Unlikely Sizes (NAPSA)-What is so fascinating about unlikely friendships? Is it that opposites attract? Does it point to hidden mutual respect? Unlikely animal friendships have long held a particular fascination, documented with countless funny and adorable videos: a cat adopting baby ducks, a Labrador and an elephant, a baby lamb and a pig, a giraffe and an ostrich. Child and adolescent psychotherapist Katie Hurley, a parenting expert and author of "The Happy Kid Handbook: How to Raise Joyful Children in a Stressful World," notes "The wonderful thing about being a child is that friendships form just about everywhere! So it's important to allow kids the space to form new relationships, even if

Disney's "The BFG" (Big Friendly Giant) movie helps children understand that differences don't have to stand in the way of friendship and fun. they don't appear picture perfect from the outside looking in." Nothing tells us more about this than characters in movies. Walt Disney Studios and Pixar have many improbable couplings in their tales. In "Finding Dory," the mischievous Septopus Hank reluctantly befriends scatterbrained Dory, yet they

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I would like to take a moment and update our community on several major things happening with your fire district. New Station - The new station is going well. The administrative building and barracks are almost complete. Kitchen cabinets, toilets, sinks, finish electrical, floor treatments, paint and doors are almost complete. The garage is going up fast. Paving, septic and water system are all almost complete. We are looking at project completion around the end of February. The Board of Directors is planning a community open house and you are all invited to come and tour the new station. The event is still in the planning phase but the date is set for April 22, 2017. New Ambulance - The District has a brand new ambulance. It was put into service about 2 months ago. The unit is a 2016 Dodge 4500 with a Cummings turbo diesel engine. It has four wheel drive and automatic chains and was custom designed for our use in the San Diego backcountry including auxiliary A/C for trips to the desert in the summer and extra heating for the winter. The District also purchased a used ambulance from Borrego Fire Protection District to function as a backup ambulance. New Zoll Monitor – The San Diego Fire Foundation funded a Grant request from the JCFPD to purchase a new Zoll monitor. This stateof-the-art piece of equipment will ensure our paramedics and EMTs are equipped with the latest life saving technology. This is the 12 lead monitor that is used on patients to give medics and hospitals critical information about patient vitals to ensure the best treatment of our patient. These are just some of the highlights of what we have been up to this last year. The JCFPD is running about 500 calls per year. These calls are staffed by our JCFPD ambulance staff, volunteer firefighters, reserve firefighters and Cal Fire . The JCFPD is also planning on conducting a reserve academy this spring along with the already aggressive training programs in place. I want to take this opportunity to thank all the members of our community for your continued support of our fire district and also thank all of our volunteer firefighters, reserves, Board of Directors and Julian Fire Plugs for their endless hours of volunteer time and commitment to the success of our District. Have a safe and happy holiday season.

overcome their struggles and help each other grow in wonderful ways. "Lilo & Stitch" brings a little girl and an alien together and the resulting bond teaches them companionship and understanding. "Toy Story" finds Woody and Buzz ultimately setting aside their differences and realizing they were meant to be friends all along. In "Ratatouille," a human befriends a rat. Rats are unwelcome in all places, especially the kitchen. But Remy and Linguini find that love and compatibility can be found anywhere. Disney's "The BFG" and its remake of the classic "Pete's Dragon"-both available November 29 on Blu-ray, Digital HD & Disney Movies Anywhereadd beautifully to this legacy. "The BFG" (Big Friendly Giant), directed by Steven Spielberg, is based on the beloved children's classic by Roald Dahl. "The BFG" tells the story of a courageous and spirited orphan, Sophie, and the kind giant who becomes her protector. While initially afraid, Sophie comes to overlook the superficial homely appearance of the BFG and to appreciate his noble intentions. The BFG and, Sophie, are actually very similarboth are lonely and yearn for the connection and safety of a friend, which they're able to find in each other. "Pete's Dragon" is a reimagining of Disney's cherished animated and live-action film-the adventures of an orphaned boy named Pete and his best friend Elliot, who just happens to be a dragon. Pete and Elliot belong to two different worlds but they still manage to build a foundation of love, compassion, caring and friendship. Both have lost those closest to them and are able to find comfort in each other. Hurley adds, "As these movies so creatively suggest, helping children open up to aligning with someone different can result in a whole new way of looking at things." Here are some ways parents can encourage children to connect with a world outside the immediate family: Be Open-Minded. Find ways to help your child identify the differences between themselves and prospective friends and look

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With all the trouble that flatlanders can cause when they invade for the snow days, this pair of snow people stuck around Jess Martin Park over the weekend to greet and put smiles on the faces of anyone who wandered by. Numerous reports were made once again of visitors not respecting people or property, and after the melt off there will no doubt be the need to pick up trash and mend some fencing through out the back country. There were also sightings of snow people elfs on tables and roadsides through out the area. We may see another influx of visitors over the New Years weekend as weather predictions are for another cold storm to hit the area Friday ands Saturday.


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Dave is a wanderer: He spent a summer working the local chuck wagon set beneath Wyoming's Grand Tetons; taught Environmental Education in South Dakota's Black Hills; conducted 3 week treks with under-served youth across southern Idaho; and explored the ruins and culture of Central America. Music fi nally pulled him back to the confines of New England and the Cambridge, MA folk scene where he completed his fi rst CD, "The Burn of Summer." The album enjoyed regular airtime on Folk Radio's WUMB, Emerson College's WERS, and brought selection as a fi nalist for Mountain Stage's emerging artists' contest. Dave's second album, "Gilding the Lilies" was recorded with the assistance of Boston's most adventurous lap-steele players, Lloyd Thayer, as well as the shrewd lead-playing and production of Jared Fiske of Fiske and Herrera. The CD was released in the fall of 2011 and was distributed internationally. He is currently working on material for his third CD to be released in 2016. Currently, Dave can be found touring various pockets of New England, and is occasionally "sighted" with the Bigfoot Research Organization, a loosely arranged, crypto-musical quartet. Come out to Wynola’s Red Barn Friday and experience Dave up close and in person from six to nine

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Tuesday, January 10 Music On The Mountain Judy Taylor Julian Library New Time - 3:30 Wednesday, January 11 Feeding San Diego Free produce and staple goods. No eligibility requirements. 2nd & 4th Wednesdays, (Except holidays) Julian Library - 10am to 11am Saturday January 14 Pippi Longstocking Discussion Lecture on International Children’s literature by SDSU Professor, Dr. Carole Scott. Julian Library - 2:30 PM. Monday, January 16 Martin Luther King Jr. Day Friday, January 20 Presidential Inauguration Day Friday, January 20 Friday Afternoon Movie. NEW! Join us for popcorn and a movie! All films shown will be new releases, and a PG or PG13 rating Julian Library - 3pm Saturday, January 21 Coloring Club for Adults We’ll provide the colored pencils and coloring pages but you can always bring your own! NEW DAY AND TIME! Julian Library - Every 3rd Saturday. 2-3 Wednesday, January 25 Feeding San Diego Free produce and staple goods. No eligibility requirements. 2nd & 4th Wednesdays, (Except holidays) Julian Library - 10am to 11am

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• On Dec. 30, 1903, a fire in the Iroquois Theater in Chicago kills more than 600 people. The fire inspector had declared the theater "fireproof beyond all doubt," even though it had no fire alarm and no sprinkler system over the stage. An asbestos curtain turned out to be made of paper, and the exits were locked. • On Dec. 27, 1932, at the height of the Great Depression, thousands turn out for the opening of Radio City Music Hall, an Art Deco theater in a formerly derelict neighborhood in Manhattan. Since its opening,

more than 300 million people have attended events at Radio City. • On Dec. 29, 1940, London suffers its most devastating air raid when German planes firebomb the city. The next day, a newspaper photo of St. Paul's Cathedral standing undamaged amid the smoke and flames seemed to symbolize the city's unconquerable spirit. • On Jan. 1, 1959, a popular revolution led by Fidel Castro quickly takes over Cuba. After Castro nationalized Americanowned property and allied himself with the Soviets, the U.S severed diplomatic and economic ties, and enacted a trade and travel embargo. • On Dec. 26, 1966, the first day of the first Kwanzaa is celebrated in Los Angeles under the direction

OPEN DAILY - HOME STYLE COOKING 1921 Main Street 760 765 2900 of Maulana Karenga, the chair of Black Studies at California State University at Long Beach. The seven-day holiday celebrates African-American family, community and culture. • On Dec. 28, 1973, Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn's "literary investigation" of the police-state system in the Soviet Union, "The Gulag Archipelago, 19181956," is published in the original Russian in Paris. Soviet officials were livid, and Solzhenitsyn was arrested, stripped of his citizenship and deported. • On Dec. 31, 1985, former teen idol Rick Nelson dies in plane crash in Texas. Nelson launched his pop career in 1957 by singing in an episode of "The Adventures of Ozzie And Harriet." © 2016 King Features Syndicate, Inc.


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Chicken Scratches Each year the family Christmas letter is outsourced. This year the chicken coop came in with the lowest bid. Alas…lowest is not always the best. In any case, here is what they finally produced. And let us crow about the season! I am Bruiser the Rooster and this year I am writing the annual Christmas letter on behalf of my hens who…[SQUAWK, peck, scuffle, SCREECH, SQUAWK] “What do you mean ‘your’ hens?” “Hen Liberation Front to the FORE!! “Girls! Girls!” “What do you mean, ‘GIRLS’?

You demeaning yellow..” QUIET! Or I’ll eat you for breakfast! There. That’s better. There is nothing like a cat to address a ruckus in the hen house. Now, let’s get down to business. Merry Christmas everyone, on behalf of the chickens, horses, us cats and our Personal Human (PH) who is known to the world as Kiki. As soon as I clean my claws of pin feathers—no, no one was hurt. Not exactly— I’ll get down to finishing this Christmas letter. Never trust a chick…er…rooster with a task that requires intellect….er, girls, GIRLS, that’s all right… I didn’t mean YOU, of course. So, the annual Christmas letter. 2016 has been a surprising year, we must say. We won’t even try to go into political developments in the human world except to point out that when you leave things to human intervention they usually get messed up. Here, however, all is reasonably peaceful, aside from a bit of women’s lib in the Chicken Coop. The year has gone by quickly—time seems to move faster all the time—and it’s hard to remember everything that has happened. Here in the animal world there is little new to report except the OctoChicks—eight rather cute (not to say toothsome) Speckled Sussex who arrived in early October. Some of the hens are getting long in the tooth (well, not exactly, but you know what I mean) and could best go into the cooking pot but our PH gets them mixed up, Barred Rocks, Gold Laced Wyandottes and on and can’t remember who is old and who isn’t. She told me to ask but, well, they’re FEMALE and they absolutely won’t tell the truth about their ages. Ow, stop it. I take that back, you aren’t female…OW!...I’m leaving. There. Outside the Chicken Coop is better. At any rate, the PH bought Buff Orpingtons last time and this time it’s all Speckled Sussex and eventually she’ll know who is past laying prime and ready for the pot. Except, between us, I’m ready to bet they’ll just hang around and die of old age, our PH being a wuss. Except for deer, but other people shoot the deer, and we all just enjoy the venison. So what’s happened this year besides everyone getting older? Our Kid came to visit along with Steve last Christmas, which meant we had a Christmas tree full of delicious little things to bat around. It’s most fun when you climb UP into the tree and get a really Christmasy feeling—it makes me purr just to think about it. Then Bill came to stay for a while in the Guest Quarters. He does know how to pet a cat properly, good for that, but he has a dreadful little dog. Buff y. I could eat her for breakfast except there’s too much hair. I let her chase me because I’m nice, not because I’m scared. We’ve had other visitors, of course, people from the PH’s time in the Foreign Service then other friends from other times who have nut farms (actually, THIS is a nut farm at times, in my catly opinion) and Jaimin Chokse and his family from India and Australia, and…oh, yes, Chris and Jenny Semmens from England stayed quite a while when the PH was away in Austria for a Baroque Music Festival, whatever that is, and she was then in Romania with some friends from HERE, then another English Friend who traveled off with the PH through Utah. The PH met some OTHER folks who used, apparently, Before Me, to be neighbors, the Lernos, on that trip and also stayed with some friends of hers from college in Colorado and met other friends from college Santa Fe before flying back to New York for a 50th Reunion of her Fulbright to India group…my sleek black head is in a whirl just thinking about all this. People are strange. If they were more like cats they’d stay home and purr. There is plenty for a PH to do here in Julian, anyway. Our PH still rides with our neighbors, Eric and Jenny, and goes to what she says is a Gourmet Club. They eat all kinds of things, vegetables and other yucky human stuff. She sings a lot, unfortunately, and the Julian Arts Chorale has given a couple of concerts this year. Oh, me. If YOU had a PH warbling Monteverdi around the house you’d know how I feel about THAT. Maybe next year she’ll stay home more but it doesn’t much look like it at this point. In any case, we cats are all well fed and happy and hope you are too. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. ME - SCRUFFY CLAWS On behalf of Two-Fer, Draga, Nixie, Tabby Two, Bruiser, 17 hens and 8 Speckled Sussex Chicks. Also of our PH, Kiki ….and us, too… Ben and Hidalgo (Haiduc is in the barn, eating)

Medical Marijuana By Michele Harvey An issue that fascinates me is medical marijuana. A few months ago we heard rumors of a medical marijuana dispensary being built on Newman Way about a mile from downtown Julian. These are still rumors. When the rumors hit the proverbial fan about the possibility of a medical marijuana dispensing site near town, a few people went crazy saying how crime rates would increase and lots of horrible things would happen to our youth. Actually the opposite is true. People who use marijuana recreationally seldom steal it and once they use it they are often too sleepy to commit crimes. People who use marijuana medicinally are often too ill to commit crimes and dispensaries have a lot of security because they carry a very expensive product. Where will the crime exist? I showed 10 magazine (TIME) and newspaper articles to one of those people that showed that statistically, crime rates do not increase when medical marijuana dispensaries open up for business in a particular area. Sometimes they actually go down. I watched and listened to that small group of people who were so upset because they were so sure that our crime rates would increase. Not one of them said anything about water use. I think that a marijuana farm would probably use a lot of water and that would be my concern because we have been in a drought situation for quite a few years and some wells have nearly dried up near Newman Way. Near us, at the site of the previous Santa Ysabel Casino is a medical marijuana growing site. I heard a conversation between a man who works with that facility and a woman who seemed frightened of it. She thinks that people may abuse the marijuana. He told her that it isn’t as dangerous as alcohol. I wouldn’t have said that. It’s a good argument for recreational marijuana, but medicinal marijuana is totally different. It can’t be compared to alcohol because it isn’t a substance that people use to get high. People who I know who use medical marijuana use it for neuropathic pain which involves nerve damage. I believe that wounded war veterans use it for this reason. Sativex, a pharmaceutical version of cannabis works against Multiple Sclerosis. It is approved in 25 countries to help control painful muscle spasms arising from MS. Research has shown that marijuana derivatives can dramatically reduce seizures. Marijuana is occasionally prescribed to AIDS patients and patients who get nauseous from cancer treatments. It helps increase appetite. Think about children who live with the pain of cancer. Would you take away their pain relief? Think about the 100 families who have moved to Colorado so they can obtain an oil that contains a certain strain of cannabis that has remarkable effects on some children with epilepsy. The oil is high in a chemical called CBD and low in THC, the chemical that makes people high. Israeli researchers are exploring the use of cannabis for the potential treatment of severe brain injuries. In 2003 Nobel Laureate Julius Axelrod and 2 colleagues obtained a patent for its anti-inflammatory and neuroprotective properties. The drug’s iff y legal status has held up further research in ways that marijuana can help in the treatment of Alzheimer’s. Medical marijuana comes in edibles, drinkables and tinctures. I know people who use a cannabis salve on their hands to help calm down hand tremors. In the conversation that I overheard, the man explained that all the chemicals that make a person high from marijuana are taken out when it’s used for medical purposes. Therefore there is no reason to abuse the drug. As my son says, “If it were possible to abuse the drug, the worse that can happen is it would make you want to eat a sandwich and take a nap.” By observing this conversation, I found many questions swirling around my head about medical marijuana. The subject of medical marijuana comes up a lot. Most of us don’t know anything about it and if our doctor prescribed it, it would confuse us. I didn’t plan to write a column about medical marijuana, but it is where my brain took me this week. I researched the internet and found some easy to read information on CNN, most of which I’ve synopsized here. I am not a marijuana user. However I don’t criticize people who find that marijuana soothes their medical problems. People, who are against its use medically, often haven’t researched its far reaching useful properties. Medical use of marijuana is so different from recreational use that it’s kind of like comparing apples to oranges. It’s good to open our minds enough to look up some of the things that bother us. I can understand why marijuana use is considered a bad thing by some people. I think that if they research the helpful uses, they won’t change their minds, but perhaps they will open their minds. These are my thoughts.

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tough, don’t throw them away. There are nutrients in the stems, so chop them up into small pieces and freeze them. You can add the stems to soups and stews, saute them along with onions, or add them to dishes just as you would carrots. Pot liquor, the highly seasoned liquid that is left after the greens are cooked, is full of vitamins and minerals and is a nutritious drink.

is much healthier. While I don’t personally believe in luck or eating certain types of food on the first day of the new year, a dish of dark, deliciously fresh greens makes me feel blessed all year long! MESS OF GREENS 4 pounds greens (mixture of kale, collards, mustard, turnips or spinach) 1/4 cup olive oil

The practice of combining different types of greens is called a “mess of greens” in the South. Cooking a mixture of greens along with pieces of pork is an integral part of African and AfricanAmerican culinary history. During times of slavery, if greens were served one day, the leftover pot liquor and a pan of cornbread often made the meal for the next. My vegetarian version for preparing a mess of greens retains the flavorful soul of the recipe, but

1 large onion, sliced 1 jalapeno, diced 6 cloves of garlic, diced 1 tablespoon sugar 2 tablespoons salt, divided 2 tablespoons pepper, divided 5 cups water 6 sun-dried tomatoes, sliced, and the oil (optional) 1. Wash greens thoroughly: Remove any brown spots or blemishes, and wash the greens 3 or 4 times in cold water to ensure

Greens Bring Luck In The New Year For many people, the new year is a time for making resolutions and eating certain foods for “luck.” On New Year’s Day, eating greens, black-eyed peas and cornbread are thought to bring financial reward. While I’m not superstitious, I do believe in the health benefits of eating greens. Greens include any vegetable in the cabbage family that doesn’t form a compact head, like collards, mustards, turnips, spinach and kale. There are several varieties of tasty and unusual types of greens, so be bold and experiment! Dark, leafy greens such as spinach, kale, collards and mustard greens are an excellent source of many nutrients. Greens contain high amounts of vitamin A and iron, as well as some calcium. Greens also are packed with antioxidants and are a wonderful addition to any diet. If the stems of the greens are

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continued from page 1 After a concessionaire decided to rename the famous building the Majestic Yosemite Hotel, lawmakers looked for a way to ensure it wouldn’t happen again – at least at a state park. The bill they came up with doesn’t affect the Yosemite dispute, but it bars businesses who win state park concession contracts from trademarking names associated with the park. • Contractors - The fatal 2015 collapse of a balcony in Berkeley spurred legislators to examine how the state vets building contractors. The result was Senate Bill 465, which compels the California Department of Industrial Relations and the Division of Occupational Safety and Health to tell the Contractors State License Board when the state punishes wayward builders. The measure, watered down amid heavy lobbying from the building industry, also requires contractors to tell the licensing board about past convictions for felonies or other crimes that could affect their work. • Gun Loans - Another component in the gun bill sought to crack down on gun lending. Assembly Bill 1511 outlaws most gun loans, though it makes exceptions for hunting guides and for a limited number of loans to family members. • Sexual Assault - Sellers of sex may be getting some leniency, but the opposite will

Basketball - Boys Continued from page 1

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The Julian News 7 be true for people who sexually assault a defenseless victim. The jail sentence a Stanford student received in June for assaulting a passed-out woman (he was released in September), fomented outrage and led to Assembly Bill 2888, which mandates a prison term for sexually assaulting people who are unconscious. • Prostitution Decriminalization - Sex workers under the age of 18 are victims, not criminals – that mantra guided several criminal justice bills this year. Among those signed into law was Senate Bill 1322, which bars law enforcement from arresting minors for prostitution or loitering with intent. • Rape Sentencing - Another bill reflecting headline-grabbing sexual assault cases, Senate Bill 813 brought accusers of disgraced entertainer Bill Cosby to hearings in Sacramento. It eliminates the statute of limitations for rape cases, allowing prosecutors to bring charges no matter how much time has passed since the crime. The bill will cover new offenses but can’t be applied retroactively. That means old rapes still must be prosecuted either within 10 years or, if the victim was a minor, by her 40th birthday, with some exemptions for child sex crimes or DNA evidence. • Distracted Driving - One swipe or one tap: that’s all the phone interaction you get while driving thanks to Assembly Bill 1785, which limits motorists to simple actions on mounted phones. Existing California law had already banned texting or making calls while behind the wheel unless a phone is handsfree. Assembly Bill 1785 tries to maintain the prohibition on distracted driving while allowing people to use GPS. • Public Financing - As public disgust with the role of money in politics mounts, more people have promoted the idea of publicly financed elections, in which candidates get public dollars rather than relying entirely on private donations. Until recently, that wouldn’t have worked in much of California, since a voter-passed initiative forbade public financing in many cities and counties. Senate Bill 1107 undoes that prohibition, allowing more local governments to set up public financing. In early December, the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association filed suit to block the law. • Mail ballots - Sweeping changes to how Californians vote are coming thanks to Senate Bill 450. Many of the bill’s provisions won’t kick in for a while, but one change that takes effect on Jan. 1 should make casting a ballot easier. Voters can now return mail ballots at any county elections office in the state, not just in the county that issued the ballot. • Voter Registration - Another effort to facilitate voting, Assembly Bill 1436, passed back in 2012 but takes effect on Jan. 1. It allows people to register to vote on Election Day, with county elections headquarters serving as registration hubs starting two weeks before Election Day. Technically it allows for “conditional voter registration,” which means the ballots aren’t counted until officials verify the voter is eligible and hasn’t cast a ballot elsewhere. Current law cuts off registration 15 days before Election Day. • Epi-pens - More places will be able to treat allergy attacks by stocking epinephrine autoinjectors under Assembly Bill 1386, which allows pharmacies to dispense the devices to colleges, private businesses and other venues that have a plan in place for using Epi-Pens. Gov. Jerry Brown signed the bill with some reluctance, saying the measure could save lives but lambasting manufacturer Mylan for “unconscionable price increases.” • State travel - Conceived in response to an Indiana law allowing businesses to cite religious freedom as a legal defense, which prompted concerns about turning away gay or transgender customers, Assembly Bill 1887 says state agencies cannot require employees to travel to states with

laws on the books permitting “discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender.” It also bars employees for getting reimbursed for travel to those states. Currently, the bill will only affect travel to North Carolina, Tennessee and Mississippi. Indiana isn’t covered because its law came before a June 2015 cutoff written into AB 1887. • Asset forfeiture - Liberal Democrats and libertarian Republicans found common cause on Senate Bill 443, which limits law enforcement seizing private property under a tactic known as “asset forfeiture.” State law enforcement or local cops will need a conviction to hold onto a share of property seized during federal investigations, unless the forfeited property is $40,000 or more in cash. In state cases, they’ll need a conviction to keep less than $40,000 worth of cash or property like homes and vehicles. Felons voting - As Californians convicted of low-level felonies increasingly serve their sentences outside of prison, Assembly Bill 2466 declares that such offenders have a right to vote. How that’s implemented is up to the counties, who are typically responsible for people serving their sentences either in jails or under post-release supervision. Hot dogs - Have you ever passed a dog locked in a car on a sweltering day and thought, “I wish I could do something”? Well, now you can. Assembly Bill 797 allows good Samaritans to liberate animals who are showing signs of distress, provided they can’t find the owner. They also must first contact law enforcement and wait for the authorities to show up. • Date Rape Drugs Law enforcement groups frustrated by Proposition 47, which downgraded drug possession from a felony to a misdemeanor, pushed for Senate Bill 1182. The bill allows prosecutors to pursue felony charges for people who possess drugs like ketamine, GHB and flunitrazepam and can be proven to have the intent to commit sexual assault. Attempted sexual assault was already a crime, which was a factor in Brown vetoing a near-identical bill last year out of reluctance to create new crimes that could create “increasing complexity without commensurate benefit.” This time, Brown let the bill become law without his signature. • Ballot sharing - Of all the surprising political stories of 2016, the ballot selfie battle was one of the least expected. Who knew there was so much desire for people to take photos of how they voted? As it turns out, enough for the ACLU to file a lawsuit. In any event, in future elections you can snap pics of your filled-out ballot and post it wherever you like, free from government harassment, thanks to Assembly Bill 1494. • Boycott, Divestment And Sanctions - Originally, Assembly Bill 2844 was conceived as a rebuke of the “boycott, divestment and sanctions” movement that manifests resistance to Israeli policy by refusing to do business with the country. Warning of thinly veiled anti-Semitism, Jewish lawmakers pushed to bar California from giving contracts to businesses that boycott Israel; a later version would have made the California Attorney General list those businesses online. The iteration that was signed into law has bidders for state contracts self-certify that they aren’t running afoul of antidiscrimination laws.

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Smart Security Outsmarts Package Theft (NAPSA)-If you've ever expected a package that seemed to never arrive, you may be a victim of package theftand you're not alone. Some 11 million U.S. homeowners have been victim to package theft within this past year, according to a new study from August Home. The study, Package Theft Report: Outsmarting Criminals at Your Front Door, examines the rise in package theft and how consumers approach protecting their packages. Having packages delivered directly to your doorstep is a huge convenience, not only for shoppers, but for porch pirates who steal your packages before you even realize they've been delivered. Thieves have been known to follow delivery trucks, watching for prime targets. These thieves commonly strike during work hours when many homes are empty, which was the case for 74 percent of victims who had a package stolen within the last year. Package theft victims also reported being home (22 percent) or on vacation (17 percent) while the crime was committed. The frustrations associated with this growing issue goes beyond the theft to the inconvenience of having to navigate next steps as consumers attempt to resolve the issue. Victims reported spending close to $200 to replace each stolen package, and noted that they were forced to stay home when expecting deliveries (49 percent) or leave work early to meet the delivery person (20 percent) to prevent theft. As on-demand services, like Amazon Prime, offer delivery options faster than the time it would take to purchase goods in-person, more Americans are increasingly looking to online shopping to suit their needs. Not just a seasonal phenomenon, 26 percent of U.S. homeowners receive packages on a weekly basis and 39 percent on a monthly basis, which doesn't take into account the influx of deliveries surrounding various holidays. There are basic precautions that consumers can take to mitigate the risk of package theft, such as having shipments sent to their office, getting a post office box, diligently monitoring tracking numbers or paying extra for signature confirmation-all of which take the convenience out of home delivery. Thanks to the ease of smart home security, these old standby solutions are meeting their technological match. Smart home technology significantly improves the way homeowners receive deliveries, and with accessories like app-controlled doorbell cameras, consumers can be instantly alerted when someone is at their front doorwhether it is a delivery person or a would-be package thief intercepting the delivery. In a perfect world, 28 percent of respondents expressed their desire to have a delivery person leave packages directly inside their home. In fact, smart lock and doorbell camera features that allow for remote monitoring of one's front door made 94 percent of previous package theft victims feel more comfortable allowing in-home delivery when they're not home. According to 77 percent of homeowners and 86 percent of previous package theft victims, smart locks are valued as a solution for in-home delivery, providing the ability to easily grant remote access to their home via their smartphone. Doorbell cameras increase comfort even more, with the peace of mind to see anyone at your door, from anywhere, and enabling you to alert the proper authorities and stop the crime in its tracks. "Package theft is increasing exponentially. And this doesn't just affect consumers' wallets as they replace stolen goods, it's also a threat to them feeling safe and secure at home," said Jason Johnson, CEO of August

Christmas Day Trip To Town

Christmnas day ther traffic was lined up on both sides of town, coming up from Wynola on the 78 all the way to Newman Way, going out the 79 to Royal and often beyond. photo by Michael Hart

Why Are You Avoiding the Doctor?

(StatePoint) Most Americans want to stay healthy and prevent disease and illness. For many, this means getting regular checkups and using their health plan benefits. For others, it seems that ignorance is bliss. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Americans get their preventive services only about half the time, even though preventive care is fully covered at no cost by most health plans under the Affordable Care Act. Preventive services save lives and decrease suffering from advanced illnesses. Vaccinations prevent life-threatening diseases. Health screenings can find serious conditions early. Managing diabetes, high cholesterol and high blood pressure can prevent heart attacks, strokes or kidney failure. Despite these facts, there are numerous reasons people avoid their doctors. “Understanding why you avoid getting your needed preventive care is the first step in taking action for your health,” says Dr. Christina Stasiuk, senior medical director for Cigna. Dr. Christina and the experts at Cigna identified six types of people based on common perceptions. Thinking about where you fit can help you see why you may put off preventive care: • Procrastinators: Procrastinators fear that a check-up will discover a condition that needs to be addressed and will impact them personally and financially. They delay or avoid getting a check-up to cope with their apprehension. • What-if Worriers: What-if Worriers spend a lot of time thinking about unpleasant hypothetical situations and things. While some worriers see a doctor for every ache or pain, others avoid check-ups altogether because they anticipate an unfavorable diagnosis. • Solitary Sufferers: Many people don’t get help from their doctors to avoid revealing personal issues or concerns -- especially related to mental health or substance use -- because they’re ashamed and worried about being judged as weak by others. This fear also keeps them from using their Employee Assistance Programs (EAP) at work. • Super Savers: Super Savers always look for a good deal and hate to pay full price for anything. They pinch every penny and may view a check-up as not worth the cost. Some don’t even realize their health benefit plan covers preventive care services with no out-of-pocket costs, or how advanced diseases may cost them much more time and money. • Workaholics: People in this group value work over any other activity. They may consider a check-up to be a waste of time, and don’t realize that poor health can impact the work performance they prize. • Self-Diagnosers: Self-Diagnosers feel confident that they are engaging in healthy activities and the need for a check-up doesn’t really apply to them. They may not consider that early on, many conditions have no physical symptoms. No matter what your own motivations and concerns may be, you can get tips on taking control of your health and using your health benefits to the fullest at Cigna.com. “From vaccinations to early detection, optimal health absolutely includes preventive care. Get past the hurdles and schedule your recommended check-ups. It is crucial for your long-term health and wellness,” says Dr. Christina.

Smart home technology lets you safely open your door for deliveries, even when you are not there. Home. "With the average value of packages stolen costing $200 or more to replace, 80 percent of homeowners mentioned that they would rather invest in smart technology, such as our Doorbell Cam, which would eliminate this worry once and for all, rather than continue to spend money replacing stolen goods." The August Smart Lock, Doorbell Cam and Smart Keypad work together to turn

your smartphone into a mobile command center for your front door. Consumers can control access by issuing virtual keys or key codes for specific dates and times. You can also monitor access through instant notifications when someone is at your door and when they unlock and lock the door. August Home even makes it possible to review who accesses your front door with a 24/7 activity feed of all activity including video clips of those who entered and exited. For additional facts and stats about package theft and solutions to improve your life, visit www.august.com. *** Youth would be an ideal state if it came a little later in life. — Herbert Asquith ***


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With a completely open floor plan and open beam ceilings. The home is immaculate and stunning. Gourmet kitchen with a center island, and custom stained cabinets. . Three bedrooms and three-quarter baths, two fireplaces and a pellet stove. The house is quite large, has a double attached garage and three decks. Great views from inside the house and from the decks. It is minutes to Lake Cuyamaca from the house.

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INCREDIBLE NORTH PEAK VIEW

Most spectacular views of Lake Cuyamaca and all the way to the ocean from this 2.2 acre lot. Previous house had septic, electric and water. Bring your dream and build your home.

Julian awaits you.

$620,000

BUILDABLE LOT

Septic is in for a 2-bedroom home. Existing foundation was signed off by the County. Water meter is in, there is a circular drive. Complete set of plans, some renewals my be required. Previous home burned in Cedar Fire.

$112,000

Reduced to $105,000

LARGE CUSTOM HOME

Entry to this large outstanding home is down a gated driveway. It is on eight acres, which adjoin Heise County Park - very private with panoramic views from the house and from the large deck! There is a master suite on the main floor with a fireplace and office and there are more bedrooms downstairs - a total of four bedrooms + 2 extra rooms and 3 full & 2 half baths -.a very special house.

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IN JULIAN ESTATES - A SPECIAL PLACE

Much of the pre-building work has been done for this almost five-acre site in Julian Estates. The driveway is in, the grading is done for a large building pad and the well and water tank are in and ready. This is a great opportunity to build your dream home, with a great view, in a highly desirable gated community just four miles south of the Julian Townsite.

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Border Collies On Display In Ranchita This Weekend

The working border collies return to Ranchita again this year for another field trial. Come witness these canine athletes compete against the wild range ewes on a rugged field course! Canine and human partner will team up to try and garner the top award. Ranchita is now home to one of the biggest sheepdog trials in California with border collies competing over a 3 day event this year. Where: 37825 Montezuma Valley Rd. Ranchita, 92066 (look for signs leading into trial field) When: Dec 30 - Jan 1 7:00 A -3:00 P FREE ADMISSION Pre-1850's style eatery/Restaurant (PoPo Annie's) onsite serving breakfast and lunch. Bring your lawn chairs, sit back, relax and enjoy watching these amazing border collies work the range lambs.

Protect Yourself With The Power Of Cranberry Juice (NAPSA)-If you or someone you care about is among the estimated 150 million women who'll have a urinary tract infection (UTI) this year, you may be relieved to know that cranberry juice may be a nutritional approach to help avoid the infection in the first place. The Problem Approximately 60 percent of women will experience a UTI in their lifetimes and one in four will suffer a recurrence within six months. UTIs are typically treated with prescribed antibiotics; however, antibiotic resistancewhen bacteria stop responding to the drugs designed to kill them-is possibly the single most important infectious disease threat people face today. In fact, each year, more than two million Americans are infected by germs that are resistant to antibiotics and at least 23,000 people die as a result.

According to an omnibus survey conducted by KRC of 1,000 Americans, nine in 10 adults understand that overusing antibiotics can be harmful to one's health. So what's the alternative? An Answer Thankfully, there is a small, nutrient-dense fruit that can help defend your body against UTIs. The best part? You don't need a prescription for it. It's the cranberry. "More than 50 years of welldocumented research points to cranberries' unique ability to block certain bad bacteria," said Dr. Christina Khoo, Director of Global Health Sciences and Regulatory Affairs at Ocean Spray. "This makes cranberries one delicious option that may help prevent urinary tract infections." Dr. Khoo notes that the key to avoiding the infection altogether is consuming an continued on page 14

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Survey Unmasks The Peculiar Behaviors Of Pet Owners

(StatePoint) Do you share a playlist with your poodle? Take a bath with your turtle? It might seem far-fetched, but since many people treat pets like family, they often let them do surprising things. A recent survey, commissioned by Moen, conducted online by Harris Poll, finds that, among other things, 43 percent of Americans who have ever owned a pet have let their pet lick their plate before washing them. From bathing with pets to letting them sit at the dinner table, pet owners do peculiar things. “Almost all of us have had at least one furry friend in our lifetime,” says Andrea Maher, senior marketing communications specialist, Moen. “What’s different about today’s pets, however, is that we truly treat them like family. Sometimes, even better.” To make pets feel like someone is with them at all times, some people leave the TV on for them. And some do a bit more. Indeed, the average amount Americans who have ever owned a pet spend on their pet per month is $55, outside of medical expenses. “We’ve heard from customers who have installed Pot Filler faucets to fill dog water bowls, those who’ve created pet bathing stations with our powerful handshowers, and even some who have bathtubs dedicated solely to washing pets,” adds Maher. “It’s no longer a ‘man’s world’ these days. It’s a ‘pet’s world,’ and we’re just living in it.”

PETS OF THE WEEK

Daisy is a twelve years young spayed Torbie who weighs 10lbs. She is a friendly, mellow gal who loves to be adored by her humans with loads of petting. Daisy will roll around on her cat bed, purr non-stop, and "make bread" in the air with her paws. She is active, healthy, and will make a wonderful companion for any home. Meet Daisy by asking for ID#A1748321 Tag#C893. She can be adopted for the Senior Fee of just $35.

Odetta is a two year old spayed Pit Bull who weighs 68lbs. She is a sweet gal with a friendly, loving disposition. When Odetta isn't fawning over her humans, she enjoys playing with toys and demonstrating her ability to follow commands. She needs an active family to take her on walks, hikes and other outdoor adventures. Meet this beautiful girl by asking for ID#A1742052 Tag#C466. Odetta can be adopted for $35.

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All adoptions will include vaccinations, spaying/neutering (upon adoption), a microchip and free Vet visit. Dog fees also include a 1 year license. Daisy and Odetta are at our Central County Shelter, 5480 Gaines Street, San Diego . The Shelter hours are 9:30AM to 5:30PM, Tuesday through Sunday or visit www.sddac.com for more information.


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December 28, 2016 Spacialsts in Julian Properties. Schedule an appointment soon to see this wonderful mountain home. We love the country and especially we love Julian. We would be happy to share the mountain atphosphere and beauty with you, just give us a call!

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Gone But Not Forgotten 2016

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Enter a 1,000' oak shaded driveway with exquisite stone retaining walls, past the inviting gazebo to the welcoming front porch. Grand great room with 24' ceiling, comforting den with fireplace, huge entertaining kitchen, breakfast nook, spacious master suite with Jacuzzi tub & walk-in closet. Great storage, separate laundry room, huge garage is 32' deep plus separate store room. New 10,000 gallon water tank & 600' deep well. Pristine condition!

There are three garden water features, exquisite stonework by artisan Vincente Guerero. A circular driveway with ancient old oaks and a sprinkler system in the gardens. The master suite is totally separate from the other bedrooms and boasts another vaulted ceiling in the split level bedroom. Every room offers wonderful surprises. Thermopane glass and good insulation throughout. Central air conditioning and security system too. All appliances are included. The large rear covered porch captures the breezes and horizon views to Palomar. The garage can accommodate 3 cars & there is a large storeroom. There is even a rock meditation labyrinth that adds to the peacefulness on the land. The furnishings are all available under a separate bill of $799,000 sale. This is truly a home of peaceful serenity.

Resources For Seniors (NAPSA)-If you or someone you care about is among the over 64 million adults age 60 and older in the U.S., here's a resource you need to know about: the Eldercare Locator. Funded by the Administration on Aging, a part of the Administration for Community Living, it's the National Association of Area Agencies on Aging's largest and

1. Trevor Rosenthal set a St. Louis Cardinals record in 2015 for most saves in a season (48). Who had held the mark? 2. What was the highest homerun total Yankees legend Lou Gehrig had in a season? 3. Georgia QB Greyson Lambert set an NCAA record in 2015 for completion percentage in a game (24 of 25 passes, for 96 percent). Who had held the mark? 4. When was the last time before 2015 that the NBA’s Houston Rockets reached the Western Conference Finals? 5. In 2016, Pittsburgh’s Jim Rutherford became the second general manager to win Stanley Cups for two teams. Who was the first? 6. Who drove the only Pontiac to win NASCAR’s annual Cup race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway? 7. In 2016, tennis’ Roger Federer tied the record for most appearances (14) in the Wimbledon quarterfinals for men’s singles. Who else holds the record? Answers on page 14

longest-running national, directto-consumer program. Where_to_Turn The Locator's Call Center at (800) 677-1116 is an essential, trusted gateway to help older adults, caregivers and health professionals navigate the maze of aging programs and services, as well as to assist them in identifying and accessing the resources that match their needs best. The Eldercare Locator website, www.eldercare.gov, lets visitors search for local resources and services, check benefits and download and print informational materials, among many other helpful features. For more complex situations, skilled certified eldercare counselors provide additional assistance with home and community-based services, long-term care decisions, senior transportation, benefits eligibility and caregiver issues. Callers may also receive support from a Spanish-speaking Certified Information Specialist or counselor. Free Brochures In addition, the Eldercare Locator publishes a variety of useful brochures that can be viewed or ordered online. They include: • "Before You Give Up the Keys: Create a Roadmap for Transportation Independence" • "Brain Health: You Can Make a Difference!" • "Employment Options: Tips for Older Job Seekers" • "Housing Options for Older Adults: A Guide for Making Housing Decisions" • "Prescription Drug Options for Older Adults: Managing Your Medicines" • "Home Improvement Scams: Tools to Reduce Your Risk" • "Staying Connected: Technology Options for Older Adults" and many more. Older Americans can get all kinds of useful advice, information and resources with one online visit or phone call.

Women In The Workplace: What It Takes To Succeed (NAPSA)-Today, the majority of women are entering the workforce. So what advice can women follow to enhance their careers and help overcome barriers to success? Challenges Remain While today's opportunities are unrivaled, professional women face challenges and inequities. For example, women are still paid less than men across professions; they are underrepresented in executive positions; and studies show that women must work harder for a pay raise or promotion. "Women are aware that even when they have a seat at the table, they may not always be sitting level with their male counterparts," said Constance St. Germain, Ed.D., J.D., executive dean, College of Humanities and Sciences, College of Social Sciences at University of Phoenix. "Women are too often overlooked for promotion as a result of conscious and unconscious gender myths, biases and societal stereotypes that are in the workplace even in 2016. Men and women are engaging more than ever to address this, but there is still work to be done." According to a new survey by Morning Consult and University of Phoenix, only 33 percent of women believe men and women working the same job make the same amount. The number of men who feel this way is higher but still only slightly over half (54 percent). An underlying challenge for women can be navigating an environment that lacks support for their perspectives. The survey also found that one in three respondents agreed that there were too few positive female leaders at their company. More than Hard Work

Through my own research after years of study I can assure you with certainty of my findings. You may dispute me but while you are entitled to your own opinion, you aren’t entitled to your own set of facts. The fact of the matter is that in San Diego County which is a microcosm of the rest of the world, our death rate is 100 percent. No one escapes it, no one cheats death, some of us go earlier than others but in the end, our end, we all go. Where we go is what faith is and I wouldn’t hazard a guess. It’s funny, well maybe not funny but we seem so surprised when it happens. “I just saw him last week and he seemed fine.” Of course he was 94 for crying out loud but age as it relates to the end is so relative. If you’re sixty four, seventy five doesn’t seem that old. Of course if you’re eighty five, or older, everyone seems young. While I feel as John Donne did, that “any man’s death diminishes me, because I am involved in mankind. And therefore never send to know for whom the bell tolls; it tolls for thee.” Let’s take a look back to those, other than our dear ones, that parted our green earth this past year that were famous in their respected fields of stage, screen, sports, music, politics, philanthropy or whatever that brought them into the public consciousness. My apologies in advance if I forgot someone on your personal hit parade. In January we lost Schneider - Pat Harrington, Grizzly Adams - Dan Haggerty, Alan Rickman and the loveable Abe Vigoda of TV and movie fame. The music world lost David Bowie, Glenn Frey of the Eagles and Paul Kantner of Jefferson Airplane. In February we lost a giant of the legal world, Antonin Scalia. Bob Elliot of Bob and Ray radio fame. Maurice White of Earth, Wind and Fire, Pulitzer Prize winner Harper Lee who wrote To Kill a Mockingbird, Lennie Baker of Sha Na Na and Academy award winner George Kennedy, Cool Hand Luke, Airplane, and on and on. In March we lost Nancy Reagan and actors. Patty Duke, Larry Drake who played the mentally challenged Benny Stulwicz on LA Law, James Noble of Benson and Ken Howard. Comedian Garry Shandling and politician who some viewed as a comedian, Toronto Mayor Rob Ford and eighteen years after his father, we lost Frank Sinatra Jr. Joe Garagiola baseball catcher and announcer passed at 90 joining his buddy Yogi. April saw Grammy winner Billy Paul who crooned Me and Mrs. Jones, musical giants Merle Haggard and Prince and the

and Talent To continue rising in the workforce, it takes not just technical skill, but political savvy. "No one can afford to be apolitical at work if he or she aspires to advance to the executive level," St. Germain said. "While technical competence is important, in my experience, political savvy is a leadership skill that can be a key differentiator in an individual's success." As a leader in higher education and organizational change, St. Germain believes political savviness is really about emotional intelligence. It is about understanding the importance of building collaborative interpersonal relationships, building trust, maintaining one's composure and being able

lovable Doris Roberts pass. May saw the passing of veteran actors Alan Young, Mr. Ed’s straightman and William Schallert the dad on the Patty Duke show and the long time curmudgeonly CBS newsman Morley Safer. Giants in their respective sports Muhammed Ali, Gordie Howe, football coach Buddy Ryan and record setting women's basketball coach at Tennessee Pat Summitt died in June. Anton Yelchin who played Chekov in the Star Wars movies died at 27. In July we lost Elie Wiesel, Nobel Laureate, Holocaust survivor and activist. My old heart throb Noel Neil who started playing Lois Lane in the Adventures of Superman starting the year I was born in 1952 died at 95. From the screen Garry Marshall, Michael Cimino and past glamour girl Gloria De Haven. In August musicians Glenn Yarbrough and clarinetist Pete Fountain died. Actors Fyvush Finkel, Jack Riley from the Bob Newhart Show, Steven Hill, Law and Order and the always funny, tongue in cheek Gene Wilder left us. In September golf legend Arnold Palmer whose army of fans popularized the sport and Jose Martinez, Marlin pitcher, and Cuban refugee left us young at 24. Shimon Peres a giant in Israeli politics and the world stage died at 93. Actress Tammy Grimes, the Unsinkable Molly Brown, Kevin Meaney, Uncle Buck and musician Bobby Vee, Take Good Care of My Baby and The Night Has a Thousand Eyes parted the world in October. November was a busy month, so to speak as we lost singer Kay Starr, former Attorney General Janet Reno, poet and musicians Leonard Cohen and Leon Russell, actors Florence Henderson, Robert Vaughn, Ron Glass, Fritz Weaver, Van Williams and TV exec Grant Tinker. Gwen Ifill, long time TV journalist at 61 and the inventor of the Big Mac, Joe Delligatti died at 98. Actors and entertainers that died in December were Alan Thicke, Zsa Zsa Gabor 99, Gordie Tapp 94, Hee Haw, Joseph Mascolo, The Days of Our Lives, Bernard Fox, Bewitched and Hogan’s Heroes and Don Calfa, A Weekend at Bernies and musician Greg Lake of Emerson, Lake and Palmer. The irrepressible, loudly clothed sportscaster Craig Sager and American war hero, space pioneer, politician and patriot John Glenn left this world at 95. So there you have it, another year of who’s who that won’t be around for 2017 but who educated, entertained, set examples and made us proud for the time they were with us. It’s the end of the year and a good time for us to remember all those special people in our lives that might not have made the list of the rich and famous, but to you and me they’re still big.

Hear Ye, Hear Ye !

For those of you who think or say out loud… Bic you jerk how could you forget… ? Feel free to write the editor and call me out like my buddy Jom did last year when I forgot Tony Gwynn. Anyway, a safe and happy new yearl and all my best to you and yours.

to put people at ease. This involves mastering soft skills like communication and teamwork, and carrying them through every aspect of the job. "These skills are valuable for workers at any stage in their career. For those just starting in a new office, they can help negotiate a better salary, build rapport among colleagues and start off on the right foot," she said. "For those reaching toward upper levels of management, these skills can help you build trust across the organization and make you more effective both as a leader and team member." As more women search for an education that is career relevant, giving them both hard and soft skills for success, many choose University of Phoenix. Two-thirds of University of Phoenix's student

Snappy Magazines Q: While going through a family storage area, I found about two dozen issues of Snappy Magazine from 1930 and 1931. Since they were tied up with string and labeled "smut," I was naturally interested. What can you tell me about them? -- Steve, Metarie, Louisiana A: Your magazines were part of GlemArt, which also included Gay Parisienne and Paris Nights. Not exactly smut by today's standards (or lack thereof), the issues often included pinup illustrations, occasional nude art images and suggestive stories. Look for contributions by Octavus Ray Cohen, Achmed Abdullah (Michael Romanoff ), and Jack Woodford, since they are especially collectible. According to "Vintage Magazines Price Guide," by Richard Russell and Elaine Gross Russell and published by Krause Books, most issues of Snappy magazine are valued in the $30-$85 range, but there are exceptions. Due to content, May 1931 and May 1933 issues are worth about $125 each; April 1933, $100; and June 1934, $150. According to these prices, your stack of Snappy publications -- if in good condition and complete -- could easily be worth several thousand dollars.Ê *** Q: I have an old 78-rpm recording of "Long Ago and Far Away" by Dick Haymes and Helen Forrest. I believe it is from World War II. What is it worth? -- Billy, Rio Rancho, New Mexico A: Your recording -- Decca 23317 -- was issued in April 1944 and spent 18 weeks on the nation's bestsellers chart. At one point, it was the No. 1 recording in sales in the country. It was introduced in the film, "Cover Girl," featuring Betty Grable. Hubba Hubba. Your disc is worth about $5 in excellent condition. *** Q: I inherited a small bowl, which my late grandma told me was hobnail glass. What exactly is hobnail glass? -- Martha, Postsmouth, Virginia A: Hobnail glass is a pattern on pressed glass that has raised bumps as part of its distinctive design. Dozens of hobnail patterns and variants have been made in a wide variety of colors. This type of glass was perfected in 1886 by William Leighton Jr. and William F. Russell of Hobbs, Brockunier & Company. Incidentally, one of the earliest names for this glass pattern was dew-drop ***

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(StatePoint) The school year can seem long for students and educators alike. However, a midyear infusion of new technology and tools can provide just the motivation needed to ace the rest of the year. Here are several tools and technologies that can pave the way to better, more enthusiastic learning at home and in the classroom. Social Media Teachers are increasingly communicating with students and parents over social media, whether it is tweeting updates about today’s lesson or field trip or using Pinterest to share ideas and student work. Seventy-one percent of teens use more than one social media site already, according to recent Pew research. However getting comfortable using these tools

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in a more formal capacity can have real world implications for students, as more industries and professions require social media proficiency. Making Music Students and teachers of music know the varied benefits of a high-quality arts education. Learning music can help develop math and pattern recognition skills, increase coordination and foster left brain development, according to the National Association for Music Education. Be sure your tools of the trade are up to the task. For students learning to play a keyboard, be sure their instrument features the same sound quality as a traditional piano, but with the additional benefits a highertech option brings. For example, the Privia PX160 from Casio, an 88-key digital

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(NAPSA)-Want to live a longer and happier life? It is time to strive for wellness! Wellness is being in good physical and mental health and provides a foundation for overall wellbeing. Everyone's routines and habits can be affected by stress (good and bad), life demands, crisis, or trauma. These changes cause emotional, social, and physical imbalances. One of the best ways to combat this is to establish healthy habits that promote wellness. As a result, satisfaction improves, connections to supportive relationships are strengthened, and energy increases. Wellness can improve quality of life and increase years of life. Focusing on health and wellness is especially important for people with mental or substance use disorders. These individuals are likely to die decades earlier, mostly due to preventable, chronic medical conditions. Carlton Speight, public health adviser with the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), says, "Many people who have experienced these disorders can achieve a full and satisfying life in the community, especially when they can access effective services and support systems." That's why SAMHSA launched the Wellness Initiative (www. samhsa.gov/wellness-initiative), which promotes improving mental and physical health. A hallmark of the initiative is the continued on page 14


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® Dear EarthTalk: What is vegan leather made from, and how does it compare with conventional leather in regard to environmental impact? -- Katherine Sutton, Washington, DC Leather is stylish, fashionable and wearable throughout the year, but its production takes a heavy toll on animal welfare and the environment. While many environmentalists and vegetarians swear off leather altogether, more and more are turning to vegan leather as a cruelty-free alternative. But even vegan (AKA synthetic) leather has its environmental problems, given the toxin-laden base materials it is typically made from and the harsh chemical tanning and dying processes it is subjected to in order to make it into the type of shiny, tough and stylish material we are have all grown to love. Most vegan leather is made from polyvinyl chloride (PVC) or polyurethane. Says Andrew Dent of Material ConneXion, PVC is

a respiratory irritant and known carcinogen. And when it is exposed to high heat or landfilled, it releases dioxins linked to developmental, reproductive and other health problems. Meanwhile, polyurethanebased synthetic leather isn’t much better. Jody McCutcheon reports in eluxemagazine.com that offgassing from polyurethane can cause lung irritation and trigger asthma attacks. And the solvents used to make it malleable like leather are highly toxic in their own right. “When it does break down, vegan leather releases phthalates—initially added as a softening agent—which subsequently enter the food chain and the atmosphere, causing breathing problems, breast cancers, hormonal disruptions and birth defects,” adds McCutcheon. Of course, vegan or synthetic leather does have one huge environmental advantage over conventional leather: no animals are directly harmed in its production. According to People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), most conventional leather comes from developing countries where animal welfare laws are either non-existent or unenforced. A PETA investigation in India found workers were breaking cows’ tails and rubbing chili peppers and tobacco into their eyes “in

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order to force them to stand, get up and walk after they collapse from exhaustion on the way to the slaughterhouse.” Of course, plenty of conventional leather comes from domestic sources as well. PETA says that millions of cows and other animals are killed for their skin every year right here in the U.S., with many of them forced to endure the horrors of factory farming such as extreme crowding, castration, branding, tail-docking, dehorning and other forms of control. PETA adds that beyond its pollution burden, conventional leather also “shares responsibility for all the environmental destruction caused by the meat industry” including carbon emissions and the chemical agricultural inputs and waste of cropland to grow animal feed. For the sake of both animals and the planet, stay clear of all leather, faux or real. Plenty of clothing brands are now embracing nonanimal materials and cruelty-free sourcing while keeping up their fashion chops. One example is Olsenhaus, whose faux-suede microfiber fabrics are made from recycled television film yet retain the softness, comfort and look of real suede. Another responsible choice is Dinamica, which makes its fabrics from 100 percent recycled PET bottles; the company’s eco-friendly suede look-alike material produces 60 percent fewer carbon emission than so-called virgin polyester. For more animal- and environment-friendly clothing and fabric options, check out PETA’s Cruelty-Free Shopping Guide. Material CONTACTS: ConneXion, www. materialconnexion.com; Olsenhaus, www.olsenhaus.com; Dinamica, www.dinamicamiko.com; PETA, http://features.peta.org/cruelty-freecompany-search. EarthTalk® is produced by Roddy Scheer & Doug Moss and is a registered trademark of the nonprofit Earth Action Network. To donate, visit www.earthtalk.org. Send questions to: question@earthtalk. org.

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are a few examples: Angels, Luke 2:8,15; Shepherds, Luke 2:16, 20; Simeon and Anna, Luke 2:25, 37; and others. ‘God with us’ is what I personally celebrate. As far as Santa, snowmen, reindeer (with or without red noses), lights, music, gifts, et al., are concerned, I do not celebrate them, but I do enjoy them!

Religion In The News Christians In North Korea Praying For Westerners, Aid Group Claims An organization supporting persecuted Christians in North has said that believers there are surprisingly not praying for their own freedom, but rather for their Western Christians who are tempted by money and material wealth. The Rev. Eric Foley, the head of Soul-based Voice of the Martyrs Korea, said that he has spoken with Christians in North Korea who've told him they are not praying for a regime change. "They don't pray for freedom and money. They pray for more of Christ and to mirror more of Christ in their life," he said. Source: The Christian Post, summarized by Pastor Rick

Rick Hill is the Senior Pastor at Hillside Church on 3rd and C Streets in Julian, CA. Direct all questions and correspondence to: hccpastorrick@ gmail.com 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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Isn’t it wrong for Christians to celebrate Christmas? First, let me say that the birth of Christ, or the doctrine of ‘God with us,’ is essential to the gospel. For believers, THAT is the celebration, and it is life-long, not an annual event. Biblically, we see that there were many that celebrated ‘God with us.’ Here

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Once upon a time we called them “public servants.” Today, most taxpayers struggle to keep a straight face when this term is used to describe the well-paid, elite who govern us. In a state where the median per capita income is just over $30,000, Gov. Brown, legislators and other state elected officials will celebrate the holidays with a four percent pay raise. The California Citizens Compensation Commission, whose members are appointed by the governor, decided the improved economy and healthy state budget justified the raise. California lawmakers, who were already the most generously paid in all 50 states, will now receive $104,115, earning them $14,774 more per year than the next highest. Of course, this does not count the additional $176 per day in “walking around money,” living expenses lawmakers receive for every day the Legislature is in session, amounting to an average of $34,000. The governor, too, is now the highest paid at $190,100 — Pennsylvania’s governor is actually slated to make $723 more, but Gov. Tom Wolf does not accept the salary. Do Californians pay their governor, the top executive of a state government responsible to nearly 40 million constituents, enough? The fact that there is never a shortage of candidates for this job is an indication that the pay is sufficient. So, the question arises, why do many government employees receive more than the governor? At the local level, most cities have as their chief executive, a city manager. Of 479 cities – out a total of 482 – reporting to the state controller, 279 are paid more than the governor. Of these, 24 receive over $300,000 annually. For some cities, paying their top administrator a high salary seems to be a matter of vanity. Councilmembers, who approve generous compensation, will take the position that their city deserves a highly-paid manager, the same way some car buyers justify the purchase of a luxury

vehicle. Just as the neighbors may be impressed by the new Mercedes, neighboring cities will be impressed with their city’s ability to overpay the help. This, of course, puts pressure on surrounding cities to keep up with the Joneses. While some city hall insiders will argue that higher pay is justified by a larger population, there seems to be no actual correlation. Escondido, California’s most generous city, has been compensating its manager $413,000 annually to serve a population of 151,000. In slightly larger Palmdale, the manager receives $138,000 to look after 160,000 residents. And then there is Garden Grove with a population of 177,000 where the city manager gets $89,000. A few years ago, the city manager in Bell went to prison for illegally compensating himself $800,000 per year. However, although it may not be illegal, the city of Vernon stands out as a candidate for the most profligate in the state. Its top executive is paid more than $328,000. The city’s population is only 210, which means that each resident is responsible for over $1,560 to compensate the manager. (The rumor that Vernon’s top executive insists on being called “Your Majesty” could not be verified.) Another small city, Gustine in Merced County, with a population of 5,482 gets the award for most frugal. It pays its city manager $909 annually. While there are other areas of government employee compensation that beg examination, the range of pay for city managers seems to be the most irrational. Still, none of these local administrators is close to the state’s top salary of $3.35 million. But since the program generates the revenue to pay UCLA football coach Jim Mora, he is more likely to be criticized for his record more than his salary. 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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Eight Dimensions of Wellness (www.samhsa.gov/well nessi n i t i at i ve /e i g ht - d i m e n s i o n s wellness), a step-by-step guide to establishing healthy habits. The Eight Dimensions of Wellness: 1. Physical Wellness: Pro_moting good physical health habits like nutrition, exercise, sleep and appropriate health care lead to a healthier body. Creating these healthy routines and making sure there is balance with other day-to-day tasks can help, even when a person is challenged with stress or illness. 2. Intellectual Wellness: Learning new things and keeping the brain flexible can help expand intellect. Activities like learning about current events or organizing game nights in your home or community center can keep the brain healthy and active.

natural forces that exist in the universe. 6. Social Wellness: Healthy relationships with friends, family, and community are a part of overall happiness and support. Having an interest in and concern for the needs of others and humankind is also a part of building social wellness. 7. Occupational Wellness: Activities-including employmentshould provide meaning and purpose and reflect personal values, interests, and beliefs. Having work-life balance, promoting open communication in work relationships, and striving for accomplishment builds contentment and wellness. 8. Emotional Wellness: Hon_oring personal strengths, while also recognizing when help may be needed, creates a more balanced life. It becomes easier to express feelings, adjust to emotional challenges, and cope with stressors.

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they are clean and free of insects. Roll the cleaned greens up and slice them into smaller pieces so they’ll cook evenly. Remove and reserve any large stems. 2. Using a large pot, season the onions with salt and sweat them in the olive oil over low heat for about 10 to 12 minutes, stirring occasionally. Add the garlic, jalapeno, sugar, salt and pepper to the pot, and saute the mixture for about 5 minutes. 3. Add the greens and water to the pot and continue cooking for 45 minutes to 1 hour over medium-low heat, stirring once after about 30 to 40 minutes. Test the greens for tenderness by piercing the stems with a fork or knife. Cook for another 10 to 15 minutes, if needed. Season with the remaining salt and pepper. 4. Place the greens in a bowl with the pot “likker.” Serve with the sun-dried tomatoes and the oil, if desired, and the traditional Southern condiments: vinegar, hot sauce, hot peppers in vinegar, wine vinegar and chopped onions

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JULIAN BARBER SHOP - Turn key business, Excelent Clientel. Seeks barber, on Highway 79. Asking 6k, Call 760 765 1073 or 760 765 9793 12/28

www.sandiegoga.org

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Tuesday - 11am

Celebrating 50 years of loving God and serving our neighbors Location: 2898 State Hwy 78

Shelter Valley Community Center

Phone: 760-765-0114 E-mail: communityumcjulian@yahoo.com

Santa Ysabel Mission Church (Open Big Book Study)

(Information: 760 765 3261 0R 760 765 0527)

Tuesday - 7pm

(just west of Pine Hills Road, look for the white rail fence)

Teen Crisis HotLine

1-800- HIT HOME

Tuesday - 5:30pm

THE VOLCAN MOUNTAIN FOUNDATION is seeking to fill two Part-Time positions for Volunteer Coordinator and Facilities Maintenance Employee. Please visit www. volcanmt.org for position descriptions and application. Applications and resumes must be submitted via email, no later than December 23rd, 2016. NO phone calls, please. 12/21

Sisters In Recovery 3407 Highway 79

Tuesday - 7pm 3407 Highway 79

Wednesday - 6pm

San Jose Valley Continuation School (Across street from Warner Unified School)

Wednesday - 7pm

Substitute Teachers Substitute Bus Drivers Julian Elementary, Junior High, and High Schools are looking for some good people to become substitute teachers. Applicants must have a Bachelors degree and have passed the CBEST test. We are also looking for bus drivers. If you have any experience or would like to be part of our school family, please give us a call at 760-765-0661. Brian M Duffy Superintendent Julian Union School District 01/04

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Julian-Cuyamaca Fire — Activity Log Incident Medical Medical Medical Medical Medical Medical Medical Medical Medical Public Assist Traffic Collison Medical Traffic Collison Traffic Collison Traffic Collison

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Location Details Main St Lakeview Dr Farmer Rd. Walk-in to station Mountainbrook Rd Salton View Dr C St. Hwy 78 Hwy 79 Ridgewood Rd Birdsell Ln Tree Removal from road S-2/ Blair Valley Rescue Request, Assist to Shelter Valley Farmer Rd. Walk-in to station Hwy 79/ Sunrise Hwy Solo vehicle, non-injury Hwy 79/ Stonewall Mine Rd Multi vehicles, Minor Injuries Wynola Rd/Farmer Rd Veh vs Tree, Minor Injuries

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Julian Mens Meeting

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IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR BUSINESSES

Renewal filing of Fictitious Business Name Statements (your DBA) is now required by the County of San Diego every five (5) years. If your business name was originally filed or renewed prior to December 1, 2011; you need to re-file. If you have not renewed since that date call The Julian News office, (760) 765-2231. We can provide this essential legal service at a very reasonable rate. County forms are available at our offices - we can complete the re-filing for you without your having to take a trip to the city. Failure to re-file could result in the loss of the exclusive rights to your business name. You may use the Julian News or any other publication that is authorized to publish Fictitious Business Name Statements and Legal Notices.

SPENCER VALLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT GOVERNING BOARD IS TAKING APPLICATIONS TO FILL A BOARD MEMBER VACANCY The Spencer Valley School District Governing Board, at the regularly scheduled board Meeting on December 14, 2016, voted to fill a vacancy on the Board through an appointment. The Board is now accepting applications from qualified individuals who would like to serve on the Governing Board. The Board will make their selection based on an application and interview process at the Governing Board meeting on January 11, 2017 and will make an appointment at that time. The applicant will serve as a member of the Board until the next governing board member election, which occurs at the next Statewide General Election on November 6, 2018. Applicants must be: 18 years of age Registered voters Residents of the Spencer Valley School District Applications are available online at www.svesd.net/schoolboard.php or for pickup at the District Office located at 4414 Hwy. 78/79, Santa Ysabel, CA 92070. All applications must be received in the Superintendent’s Office by 12:00 PM on January 4, 2017. Applications may be mailed to P.O. Box 159, Santa Ysabel, CA 92070 or dropped off at the District Office, which will be open on December 20, 2016 and December 28, 2016 from 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM and January 4, 2017 from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM. Mailed applications must be received by the deadline. Late applications will not be considered. For further information or to obtain an application, please call the Spencer Valley office at (760) 765-0336. Spencer Valley School District By Julie Z. Weaver, Superintendent

Legal: 07507 Publish: December 21, 28, 2016

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No. 2016-030436 a) MELLCO b) RANCHO CANADA MOBILE ESTATES 9920 Prospect Ave., Ste 107 Santee, CA 92071 The business is conducted by A General Partnership - Leonard P. Mellgren, 3289 Westwood Dr., Carlsbad, CA 92008 and Yoshie M. Mellgren, 3289 Westwood Dr., Carlsbad, CA 92008. THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH ERNEST J. DRONENBURG JR., RECORDER/ COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON November 28, 2016. LEGAL: 07495 Publish: December 7, 14, 21, 28, 2016

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No. 2016-029256 a) THRIVING TREE HOLISTIC HEALING b) THRIVING TREE c)THRIVING TREE HOLISTIC HEALING CENTER d) THRIVING TREE SAN DIEGO COUNTY 2890 Pio Pico, Suite 200, Carlsbad, CA 92008 (Mailing Address: 3854 Bluebird Canyon Ct, Vista, CA 92084) The business is conducted by An Individual - Shelby N. Atkins, 3854 Bluebird Canyon Ct, Vista, CA 92084. THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH ERNEST J. DRONENBURG JR., RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON November 10, 2016. LEGAL: 07502 Publish: December 7, 14, 21, 28, 2016

IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF: CHRISTINA MARIA DIAZ MADRIGAL FOR CHANGE OF NAME PETITIONER: CHRISTINA MARIA DIAZ MADRIGAL HAS FILED A PETITION FOR AN ORDER TO CHANGE NAMES FROM: CHRISTINA MARIA DIAZ MADRIGAL TO: CHRISTINA MARIA MADRIGAL 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 DECEMBER 30, 2016 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 November 9, 2016. LEGAL: 07498 Publish: December 7, 14, 21, 28, 2016

ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME

Case Number: 37-2016-00041290-CU-PT-NC

IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF: SUSAN HERNANDEZ FOR CHANGE OF NAME PETITIONER: SUSAN HERNANDEZ HAS FILED A PETITION FOR AN ORDER TO CHANGE NAMES FROM: a) SUSAN HERNANDEZ b) DANIEL JAVIER HERNANDEZ JOHNSON TO: a) SUSAN JOHNSON b) DANIEL JAVIER JOHNSON 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 JANUARY 17, 2017 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 November 23, 2016. LEGAL: 07499 Publish: December, 7, 14, 21, 28, 2016

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No. 2016-031206 a) JK3 NAUTICAL ENTERPRISES b) JK3 YACHTS 2330 Shelter Island Drive, Suite 106 San Diego, CA 92108 The business is conducted by A Corporation JK3 Nautical Enterprises, Inc. THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH ERNEST J. DRONENBURG JR., RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON December 7, 2016. LEGAL: 07503 Publish: December 14, 21, 28, 2016 and January 4, 2017

ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME

Case Number: 37-2016-00042803-CU-PT-CTL

IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF: NICHOLAS DEAN PRICE-HAWKE FOR CHANGE OF NAME PETITIONER: NICHOLAS DEAN PRICE-HAWKE HAS FILED A PETITION FOR AN ORDER TO CHANGE NAMES FROM: NICHOLAS DEAN PRICE-HAWKE TO: NICHOLAS DEAN HAWKE 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 JANUARY 27, 2017 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 December 7, 2016. LEGAL: 07504 Publish: December 21, 28, 2016 and January 4, 11, 201

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No. 2016-031062 HYPER-LOCAL CO. 1695 Robin Place, Carlsbad, CA 92011 The business is conducted by An Individual - Tyler Krol, 1695 Robin Place, Carlsbad, CA 92011. THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH ERNEST J. DRONENBURG JR., RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON December 6, 2016. LEGAL: 07505 Publish: December 21, 28, 2016 and January 4, 11, 2017

ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME

Case Number: 37-2016-00043759-CU-PT-CTL

IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF: MICHAEL JOHN PICKETT FOR CHANGE OF NAME PETITIONER: MICHAEL JOHN PICKETT HAS FILED A PETITION FOR AN ORDER TO CHANGE NAMES FROM: MICHAEL JOHN PICKETT TO: MICHAEL JOHN BOOTHE 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 JANUARY 27, 2017 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 December 14, 2016. LEGAL: 07506 Publish: December 21, 28, 2016 and January 4, 11, 201

ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME

Case Number: 37-2016-00042218-CU-PT-CTL

IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF: RUBEN LUNA LOPEZ III FOR CHANGE OF NAME PETITIONER: RUBEN LUNA LOPEZ III HAS FILED A PETITION FOR AN ORDER TO CHANGE NAMES FROM: RUBEN LUNA LOPEZ III TO: RUBEN LUNA ARCEGA 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 JANUARY 27, 2017 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 December 14, 2016. LEGAL: 07508 Publish: December 28, 2016 and January 4, 11, 18, 2017

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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 JANUARY 10, 2017 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 November 9, 2016.

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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No. 2016-030381 TUNAMAN 327 Twin Oaks Ave., Chula Vista, CA 91910 The business is conducted by An Individual Don Green, 327 Twin Oaks Ave., Chula Vista, CA 91910. THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH ERNEST J. DRONENBURG JR., RECORDER/ COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON November 28, 2016.

PETITIONER: HUNTER SHEPARD STROSNIDER HAS FILED A PETITION FOR AN ORDER TO CHANGE NAMES FROM: HUNTER SHEPARD STROSNIDER TO: HUNTER CARTER SHEPARD

who are or have been where you want to go. Their experience and advice can be helpful. SCORPIO (October 23 to November 21) Someone close to you might feel like you have no more room for him or her in your life. This calls for immediate reassurance of your love so you can start the new year on a high note. SAGITTARIUS (November 22 to December 21) The coming year will bring more people into your life. Some situations might not work out as well as others. But overall, everyone earns something, and that's always a good thing. CAPRICORN (December 22 to January 19) The new year could find you indulging in one or more of the hobbies you've always wanted to take up. And don't be surprised if they ultimately direct you toward a new career. AQUARIUS (January 20 to February 18) The artistic Aquarian should find more opportunities in the new year. You might even make some potentially helpful contacts as you gather to ring in the year 2012. PISCES (February 19 to March 20) The new year offers challenges for Pisceans who want to make better use of the skills they now have and learn new ones. Personal relationships show stronger positive aspects. BORN THIS WEEK: Although at times you tend to be a bit judgmental, you are generous and caring and very much beloved.

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ARIES (March 21 to April 19) With the new year's opportunities almost within reach, the Arian's courageous aspects are raring to go. And don't be surprised if a lot of people follow the zodiac's most trusted leader. TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) Change lies ahead for the brave Bovine who is ready to shuck off the tried and true to try something new. But appearances can be deceptive. Check it all out before you charge into anything. GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) This week promises a peek into what the new year holds for the Gemini Twins, both in love and careers. Family matters continue to be a factor in decisions you're going to be facing. CANCER (June 21 to July 22) As you move into the new year, your travel aspects grow stronger, and you might find yourself making decisions about a destination and a traveling companion sooner than you'd expected. LEO (July 23 to August 22) The new year holds both glitter and gold. This means Leos and Leonas should begin getting the facts they'll need to separate the real thing from the sham in order to make important decisions next year. VIRGO (August 23 to September 22) A good way to start the new year might be to arrange for a visit to someone you haven't seen in a long time. You also might want to pick up that project you put off a while back. LIBRA (September 23 to October 22) As you contemplate the new year's potential, you might want to talk things over with people

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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No. 2016-030432 PLM Enterprises 9920 Prospect Ave., Ste 107 Santee, CA 92071 The business is conducted by A General Partnership - Leonard P. Mellgren, 3289 Westwood Dr., Carlsbad, CA 92008 and Yoshie M. Mellgren, 3289 Westwood Dr., Carlsbad, CA 92008. THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH ERNEST J. DRONENBURG JR., RECORDER/ COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON November 28, 2016.

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LEGAL NOTICES ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME

Case Number: 37-2016-00037787-CU-PT-CTL

IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF: ASHLEY CASTANEDA FOR CHANGE OF NAME PETITIONER: ASHLEY CASTANEDA and on behalf of: HAVEN DANIELLE ANDERSON, a minor HAS FILED A PETITION FOR AN ORDER TO CHANGE NAMES FROM: HAVEN DANIELLE ANDERSON, a minor TO: HAVEN DANIELLE CASTANEDA, 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 JANUARY 27, 2017 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 December 23, 2016. LEGAL: 07509 Publish: December 28, 2016 and January 4, 11, 18, 2017

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