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Jeremy’s On The Hill Has Lots To Celebrate This Year
Jeremy’s on the Hill has some exciting announcements to make to our friends in our community! We now have three Cordon Bleu Chefs, two Sommeliers, and one of the most dedicated teams on the planet. We are constantly striving to improve and are working hard to exceeded expectations in Guest Service, Food Quality and overall Dining Experience. For many years, multiple guests have adamantly suggested that Chef Jeremy open multiple restaurants in various locations. As many of you may already know, we are excited to announce that Chef Jeremy has been scouted and hired as the Executive Chef at Rams Hill Champion Golf Course and Resort in Borrego Springs for during their peak season for six months out of the year, which is the first step towards expansion. This is a fantastic opportunity for our team to really stretch our wings while keeping true to Chef Jeremy’s Farm to Table and locally focused culture, along with our family’s dedication to Jeremy’s on the Hill. Our skilled Chefs and the majority of our team are from the Julian community, which makes it especially delightful to give this project all of our effort. As we intently focus on our town’s unique needs, we want to know what you would like to see at Jeremy’s. We receive regular and fantastic feedback from our out of town guests and visitors, but we want to hear from you! Our team will be critically reviewing all comment cards turned in at the restaurant and all letters sent in (PO Box 1026, Julian CA 92036) as well as emails to email@example.com. For the next month, for every helpful piece of feedback that has been submitted to us, we will be randomly drawing multiple people and sending our gift certificates in appreciation for your valuable input. Some of the directions we are interested in expanding include: more interesting and expansive Happy Hour specials; expanding our senior menu; even more creative grass fed burgers, more music and weekly 3-course paired pix-fix Chef/Sommelier Dinners. What would you like to see? Our commitments to all of our customers are staying the same: Providing fantastic, high quality food and beverages sourced as locally as possible with enthusiastic customer service. As Chef Jeremy always says, “Keep it Real. Keep it Simple.”
CPUC Denies SDG&E’s Request To Recover Wildfire Expenses SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 30, 2017 - The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) denied the request of San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E) to recover costs related to the 2007 Southern California Wildfires, finding that SDG&E did not reasonably operate its facilities linked to the wildfires, which thereby prohibits the utility from recovering those costs in rates. On September 25, 2015, SDG&E filed an application seeking CPUC approval to recover $379 million, which represents a portion of the $2.4 billion in costs and legal fees incurred by SDG&E to resolve third-party damage claims arising from the Witch, Guejito, and Rice Wildfires. The CPUC evaluated whether SDG&E’s operation, engineering, and management of its facilities involved in the ignition of the wildfires was reasonable. Each of the fires is addressed separately under the CPUC’s prudent management standard that requires that the CPUC not allow recovery of unreasonable costs that were the result of imprudent utility management. For all three fires the CPUC determined that SDG&E’s operation and management of its facilities prior to the ignition of the wildfires was not prudent. Commissioner Liane M. Randolph, who is assigned to the proceeding, stated, “There is no dispute that SDG&E facilities caused these fires. The question we had to analyze was whether the costs related to the fires should be paid by customers or shareholders. The CPUC undertook a careful review of the facts of each fire and determined in each case that customers should not have to bear these costs.” The proposal voted on is available at http://docs.cpuc.ca.gov/ PublishedDocs/Published/G000/M197/K851/197851767.PDF. The CPUC regulates services and utilities, protects consumers, safeguards the environment, and assures Californians’ access to safe and reliable utility infrastructure and services. For more information on the CPUC, please visit www.cpuc.ca.gov. Supervisor Diane Jacob commented - "State regulators today did the right thing by holding SDG&E financially accountable for some of the worst fires in California history. SDG&E’s bid to stick ratepayers with the bill was outrageous and an insult to all those affected by the 2007 disaster. Folks died in these fires and many lost their homes. Today’s decision does not change that, but brings some justice against a utility that cares more about shareholder profits than public safety."
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Volume 33 — Issue 18 ISSN 1937-8416
1st and 2nd team All-League players surrounded by the coaching staff
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All League Honors Handed Out At Sports Banquet For Champion Eagles First Team All-league: Osvaldo Martinez (Sr) Offense - Tailback Shane Cranfield (Jr) Offense - QB Dakotah Audibert (Fr) Offense - Center Marshall Marriott (Sr) Defense - Defensive End Caleb Biliunas (Sr) Defense - Linebacker Roman Sanders (Jr) Defense - Defensive Back
Second Team All-league: Nyemetaay Linton (Sr) Offense - Tight End Gage Baay (Sr) Defense - End William Hatch (Sr) Defense - Linebacker
Citrus League Offensive Player of the Year: Osvaldo Martinez Citrus League Player of the Year: Osvaldo Martinez Julian MVP: Osvaldo Martinez, number one running back in San Diego 8-man with 1513 yards. Seventh among all running backs in San Diego in 11 and 8 man. Julian Defensive Player of the Year: Caleb Biliunas The Eagles as a team finished the year as ranked number 32 out of 113 teams in the state. Their defense was number one in San Diego, giving up 104 points in 9 games. Offense was number two in San Diego, scoring 342 points. The team closed out the year with 7 straight wins. Saturday, December 9 at 9:30 the team along with the Cheer Squad will participate in the 67th Annual Escondido Jaycees Christmas Parade along Broadway from Escondido High School to Grape Day Park.
Santa Came To Town Friday Night
The Julian Triangle Club hosted their annual “Community Christmas with Santa” on Friday evening. The ladies of the Triangle Club had decorated the downstairs of the Town Hall and provided a plentiful supply of snacks for the well over 100 children (and parents, grandparents) to munch on while waiting for their chance to sit on Santa’s lap. Miss Julian and her court kept the children in line and helped
Miss Colleen from the library had many a child join her at the crafts table
when needed to sooth the little ones he didn’t know what to make of the jolly elf. Librarian Colleen Baker provided a craft table for making ornaments and cards. It seemed this years list of good boys and girls has grown from the past and their requests (although not disclosed) exceeded expectations of a number of parents. Santa, once again, went above the call of duty to see each child was taken care of and a photo taken to commemorate the event.
Tuesday, Nov 28 L 47-5 @ Holtville Thursday, Nov 30 L 36-22 Home vs Guajome Park Academy Saturday December 16 4:30 @ Hoover High School Tuesday, December 19 3:45 Home vs School for Entrepreneurship and Technology Wednesday, December 20 5:00 @ Classical Academy Thursday, January 11 4:00 @ Guajome Park Academy Tuesday, January 30 4:00 @ Borrego Springs Friday, February 2 4:00 @ West Shores Tuesday, February 6 4:00 Home vs Vincent Memorial Friday, February 9 4:00 Home vs Borrego Springs Tuesday, February 13 4:00 Home vs West Shores
Monday, Nov 27 L 96-69 @ Ramona Wednesday, December 6 3:30 Tournament @ Mountain Empire Saturday December 16 4:30 @ Hoover High School Tuesday, December 12 TBA @ Calipatria Thursday, December 14 6:30 @ San Diego Jewish Academy Wednesday, December 20 6:30 @ Classical Academy Spartan Classic Tournament Wednesday, December 27 11:30 @ Steel Canyon High School Thursday, December 28 1:00 @ Olympian High School Friday, December 29 1:00 @ San Diego Wednesday, January 4 6:00 @ Chula Vista High School
Tuesday, November 28 L 2-0 @ Maranatha Christian Academy Friday, December 1 W 3-1 Home vs Guajome Park Academy Tuesday, December 5 3:30 @ High Tech High (NC) Thursday, December 7 3:30 @ Liberty Charter Friday, December 8 3:00 Home vs Hamilton Monday December 11 3:00 Home vs Foothills Christian Tuesday, December 12 3:15 @Guajome Park Academy Thursday, December 14 3:00 Home vs Maranatha Christian
Tuesday, November 28 L 6-1 Home vs Mountain Empire Thursday, November 30 L 8-2 @ Army-Navy Tuesday, December 5 3:00 Home vs Ocean View Christian Monday, December 11 3:15 @ Ocean View Christian Tuesday, January 9 3:15 @ Foothills Christian Thursday, January 11 3:15 Home vs Army-Navy Tuesday, January 16 3-15 Home vs West Shores
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Letter to the Editor, I have attended most of the meetings regarding the future of the Julian Cuyamaca Fire Protection District. Most of the speakers only talked about their personal agenda. The Board meeting on November DOLEV 14, 2017 at the new fire station had many speakers, however only two addressed the problem. The first was the effect on Homeowners Insurance and the second was the financial problems involved in being independent from the rest of San Diego County. The Board members and the public need to disregard their personal agenda and select the option that will produce the best fire and medical responses for the community. George Merz, Cuyamaca
According to an article in the San Diego Union the City of San Diego plans to spend $34 million on a cutting-edge firefighting helicopter and a new hangar in which to house it. This would exceed the entire San Diego County Fire Authority’s annual budget by over $6 million. In further comparison, the City of San Diego Fire Department’s budget is over $236 million for fiscal year 2016/17, 7.6% of the City’s $3.1 billion budget. The Authority’s $29 million budget is 0.05% of the County’s $5.36 billion budget. The City Fire Department has 1,300 personnel, including 801 uniformed fire fighters. The County Fire Authority has 21 employees and zero fire fighters. There are some here in Julian who want the local volunteer fire department to be taken over by an entity which is woefully under funded. The risks to Julian are numerous and frightening. Julian citizens must ask themselves if they want to surrender their volunteer fire department and be at the mercy of the County or vote to approve a modest fee increase to stay independent – and much safer. Jan Payne, Julian
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Julian-Cuyamaca Ambulance Service San Diego County Emergency Medical Service (SD-EMS) is completely separate from the San Diego County Fire Authority. SDEMS contracted with JCFPD to provide ambulance service over the past decade; this contract will end June 2019. SD-EMS is planning to combine ambulance service areas which will result in the Julian Service Area becoming much larger. Also, the County is contemplating whether to award the ambulance contract to a single agency instead of multiple agencies. Their goal is to minimize paperwork, oversite and accounting responsibility, and to ensure response times of less than 15 minutes in all of the back country areas. This can be accomplished more effectively if a single agency has the ability to quickly move resources and backfill when one ambulance is transporting a patient. The final decision will be made by SD-EMS. The most likely scenario is that Mercy or AMR Ambulance will apply for and be awarded the ambulance contract. They will have to show they can respond in the times prescribed by the County and this will involve stationing their ambulances at key locations. JCFPD is a likely station to house ambulance crews and the proximity means the JCFPD fire engine would respond along with the ambulance. This scenario would allow JCFPD to transfer its current ParamedicFirefighters onto an engine, replacing the CalFire paramedic-engine being relocated out of Julian. The rent paid by the ambulance company to house its ambulances and staff in the Julian fire station could subsidize salaries for the JCFPD Paramedics. This is all speculation because nothing has been decided by the County, but the bottom line is that Julian-Cuyamaca will always have good ambulance service and the changes could benefit JCFPD financially. FOR MORE INFORMATION: www.SupportJCFPD.org Pat Landis
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Making A Lasting Difference
Whether you’re considering ways to give to deserving causes or looking for the perfect gift for a loved one for a special occasion, remember that not every gift is a tangible item. In fact, some of the best gifts are those you can’t touch at all, but those that make the world a better place. Socially motivated gifts, of your own accord or on behalf of someone else, are much more than a one-time present. They have the potential to make a significant impact on lives or to further the work of a causebased organization. Consider these giving options to make a lasting impact: Retirement plans: Because retirement plans are taxed differently than most assets, they may actually become a tax liability. Naming a nonprofit organization as a beneficiary of your retirement account can be an attractive option for leaving a legacy and reducing income, and possibly estate taxes, for loved ones. A tax-exempt organization may be eligible to receive the full amount, bypassing income taxes. This means, for example, that a $100,000 IRA can be worth the full $100,000. Life insurance plans: A gift of life insurance is an affordable way to make a significant gift while also enjoying tax savings during your lifetime. Benefits include the ability to give a significant gift at a fraction of the value; tax savings that can be immediately realized; a reduction in the final taxes of your estate and the ability to pass gifts outside of your estate. Gifts of real estate: You may decide that the greatest gift you can make is to leave your home or other property to a charitable organization. This kind of gift is
ideal for someone who intends to continue living in his or her home or property through their lifetime, but still make a charitable gift. You can leave this generous gift by signing an agreement with an organization about maintaining the property so you can use it throughout your lifetime. You may even receive a tax deduction for your gift. Gifts of stock: Stocks, bonds and mutual funds that have appreciated in value are among the best ways to gift a nonprofit organization. You may receive a charitable income tax deduction for the full market value of the stock (up to a maximum of 30 percent of your adjusted gross income) and avoid paying the capital gains tax on any increase in the value of the stock. Gifts of cash: This type of gift is simple and eligible for an immediate charitable tax credit. Although many organizations allow you to specify how you would like the funds to be used, an unrestricted monetary donation allows the organization
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The Julian Eagles kicked off the 2017 season with an away game against the Ramona Bulldogs. After a successful first year Coach Andrej Dominguez returns with a talented core group of players led by seniors Thunder Lopez and Cody Perez. Trailing early after a few miscues the Eagles rallied with some excellent three point shooting by Cody Perez who finished the game with 25 points 3 rebounds and 3 assist. An all around performance by Thunder Lopez 11 points 6 rebounds 5 assist and 4 steals, helped sustain the rally into the half bringing the score to Bulldogs 43 Eagles 38. A notable defensive effort by Shane Cranfield 12 points 5 steals 1 rebound 2 assist, was not enough to keep the Bulldogs from pulling away in the second half and the game ended Bulldogs 96 Eagles 69. I encourage the community to come out and support this group of players who play an exciting brand of basketball.
Gifts That Give Hope
Giving a gift that inspires hope this holiday season can impact not only the person receiving the gift but also vulnerable children around the world. (Family Features) Hope is a philanthropy and help save the gift on every child's wish list, lives of malnourished children especially those in parts of around the world with the the world ravaged by natural Star Wars: Force for Change disasters and poverty. Giving UNICEF Kid Power Band. Every hope lets these children know movement made while wearing that the world hasn't forgotten the activity band adds up to points them. that unlock lifesaving nutrition, From UNICEF Market products which is sent to malnourished to items available from partners, children around the world. UNICEF USA is making it Bands are available at Target or possible to give gifts that make unicefkidpower.org. a difference and deliver the Accessories with purpose greatest gift of all: hope. This holiday season, ALEX Goods from around the AND ANI is spreading a message globe of world peace with a jewelry From jewelry to accessories to collection that features the iconic home decor, each item purchased peace symbol and benefits through the UNICEF Market UNICEF's work for children. The benefits programs that provide World Peace collection includes children with basic necessities an online-exclusive sterling such as nutrition, medicine, silver necklace with Swarovski education, clean water and more. crystals, a charm bracelet and The UNICEF Market, market. a trend necklace. In addition, unicefusa.org, is a partnership bracelets with a festive-themed between UNICEF USA and snowman, daisy and a mother Novica that offers unique items and child charm also support such as multicolored snowman the cause. Until Aug. 31, 2018, ornaments made in India and an ALEX AND ANI will donate 20 artisan leather tray handmade in percent of the purchase price of Peru. all items sold through its retail Inspired giving stores, authorized retailers and Another option is UNICEF on alexandani.com. Inspired Gifts, which are Comfort that keeps on giving lifesaving items that can be To help children around the purchased in honor of a loved world, L'Occitane will donate one and go directly to help $4 from each Shea Butter children in need around the Collection and Shea Butter world. Examples include hygiene Deluxe Collection Gift Sets to kits, mosquito nets and winter UNICEF, up to $120,000. The gift survival packs. Find more options sets are available for purchase at at inspiredgifts.org. boutiques throughout the United Kid-friendly inspiration States and Canada, and online at Motivate kids, inspire usa.loccitane.com.
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Julian Community Planning Group 2nd Monday Every Month Town Hall - 7pm Architectural Review Board 1st Tuesday of the Month Julian Town Hall Downstairs - 7pm
Back Country Happenings Grand Canyon Sundown Friday Night
Every Sunday (Weather permitting) Julian Doves & Desperados historic comedy skits at 1 pm, 2 pm & 3 pm – stage area behind Julian Market & Deli.
Julian Chamber of Commerce Mixer - 1st Thursday of Month Board - 3rd Thursday of Month Town Hall - 6pm 760 765 1857 Julian-Cuyamaca Fire Protection District 2nd Tuesday of The Month 10am at the Fire Station, 3407 Hwy 79, Julian Julian Community Services District Third Tuesday of every month at 10:00 A.M. at the San Diego County Sheriff ’s Office, Julian Substation, Public Meeting Room, 2907 Washington Street, Julian Julian Women’s Club 1st Wednesday - 1pm 2607 C Street information: 760 765 0212 Julian Historical Society Presentations, 4th Wednesday of the Month Julian Historical Society Building, 2133 4th Street - 7 pm Julian Arts Guild General Meeting: Second Wednesday of the Month, Julian Library - 3 pm Program: Fourth Tuesday of Month Julian Library - 6:00 ESL Class - Tuesday/Thursday Improve your English skills with a Palomar College Instructor Julian Library, 4-6pm Zumba Aerobics with Gaynor Every Monday and Thursday Town Hall - 6pm, info: 619 540-7212 Julian Arts Chorale Rehearsals at JCUMC Monday @ 6:15 Every Tuesday Tai Chi with Rich. Julian Library - 9 AM Healthy Yoga with Lori Munger HHP,RYT Julian Library - 10am Every Wednesday @ Julian Library 10am - Baby Story Time with Miss Colleen 10:30am - Preschool Story Time and Crafts with Miss Linda 11:00am - Sit and Fit for Seniors - Gentle Stretching and ﬂexibility exercises with Matt Kraemer 4:30 - Qi Gong - An ancient Chinese healing system using physical postures and breathing to guide and replenish energy, with Vika Golovanova. Second & Fourth Wednesdays Feeding San Diego Julian Library parking lot - 10:00am Every Thursday VET Connect - VA services available at Julian library. Call 858-694-3222 for appointment. Thursdays, 9am-4pm. Every 2nd and 4th Thursday Julian Lions Club 7pm downstairs at the town hall Every 1st & 3rd Thursday Lego Club, Lego building for kids grade K-5. All materials supplied. Julian Library - 2:30pm. Every Saturday Techie Saturday at Julian Library - We now have a 3D printer! Come in on any Saturday and get individual instruction and assistance.
Friday, December 8 Julian Women’s Club 32th Annual Holiday Home Tour first tour leaves promptly at 9am second tour leaves the church at 1pm cost of this tour is $20.00 for reservations go to julianwomansclub.org, click on Home Tour Friday, December 8 Wreath Making Make a Holiday wreath, we will provide all the supplies you need, or you can bring your own! Julian Library - 1pm Friday, December 8 “A Christmas Carol” Julian Theater Company information: 760 765 1688 Julian Town Hall Stage -7pm Tickets: $15 adults, $8 children 12 and under
Paul Cruz, Jason Postelnek and Dave Wilkie make up the corp of Grand Canyon Sundown. Chris Pawlicki has been sitting in and recently pedal steel player David Morgan has been adding smoothness. One thing about a Grand Canyon show you can expect, great harmonies and strong musicianship along with a familiarity of the music they present. The guys mine the catalogs of some of the best bands and songwriters from the early 70’s to today. Friday at six in the Red Barn at Wynola Pizza.
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Saturday, December 9 Julian Arts Guild Show & Sale Paintings, Jewelry, Photography, one of a kind cards and so much more ... 4018 Highway 78 - 10 to 4 Saturday, December 9 Christmas Mug Craft Need a last minute gift? Join us for a simple mug craft that you can give to anyone. Julian Library - 2pm Saturday, December 9 “A Christmas Carol” Julian Theater Company information: 760 765 1688 Julian Town Hall Stage - 7pm Tickets: $15 adults, $8 children 12 and under Sunday, December 10 “A Christmas Carol” Julian Theater Company information: 760 765 1688 Julian Town Hall Stage - 2pm Tickets: $15 adults, $8 children 12 and under Wednesday, December 13 Feeding San Diego Free produce and select staple items. No income or eligibility requirements. Julian Library - 10am Wednesday, December 13 Shooting Star Party Santa Ysabel West Preserve Bring the family, camp chairs and blankets to the clear skies of San Diego’s back country on the peak night for viewing the Geminids meteors shower 7 - 10pm Friday, December 15 “A Christmas Carol” Julian Theater Company information: 760 765 1688 Julian Town Hall Stage - 7pm Tickets: $15 adults, $8 children 12 and under
ACTIVITIES & LODGING Proudly serving visitors for over 25 years, including friends and family of our backcountry neighbors and residents The always popular Chris Clarke and PLOW returns to Wynola Pizza and the Red Barn. The flying fingers of Jason Weiss on the banjo, Doug Walker and his dance partner - the double bass, Mark Markowitz adding some snare. Plus Julian’s own Alex Sharps with fiddle, mandolin and guitar fills. The bluegrass influenced sound is unique to PLOW, Chris has been developing the bands sound for over 10 years in the various incarnations of the band and before. Saturday night from six to nine gather your friends and enjoy an evening of good food, great music with added attraction of a full service bar at Wynola Pizza and Bistro. Be sure to check for the special before you order, you don’t want to miss out on something different to go with the music of PLOW.
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On Friday, December 8, from 6 a.m. til 6 p.m. the annual radio-thon for the Warrior Foundation will be aired on KFMB, 760 AM. Julian has been very generous to this great charity that does so much for our wounded men and women that have served in the Gulf Wars. In addition to the Warrior Breakfast benefit staged by the Sons of the American Legion every September, Julianites have consistently called in to the show with donations. This year the goal of the Foundation is to buy over 300 round trip ticket home for our injured Warriors. For those that are too injured to travel the tickets will go to their families so they can be at their bedsides at Christmas. Listen to the show for call in numbers.
Saturday, December 16 “A Christmas Carol” Julian Theater Company information: 760 765 1688 Julian Town Hall Stage - 2pm Tickets: $15 adults, $8 children 12 and under
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* On Dec. 4, 1872, a British brig spots the Mary Celeste, an American vessel, sailing erratically near the Azores Islands in the Atlantic Ocean. Not a soul was onboard. Based on the last entry in the captain's log, the ship had been adrift for 11 days. * On Dec. 8, 1881, a fire at the luxurious Ring Theater in Vienna, Austria, kills at least 620 people and injures hundreds more. The fire started when a stagehand inadvertently lit some prop clouds hanging over the stage. * On Dec. 5, 1933, national prohibition of alcohol in America comes to an end as Utah becomes the 36th state to repeal the 18th Amendment. Mississippi, the last dry state in the Union, did not end Prohibition until 1966.
* On Dec. 7, 1941, 353 Japanese warplanes attack the U.S. naval base at Pearl Harbor, destroying 19 ships and killing more than 2,300 Americans. The following day, the U.S. declared war on Japan. * On Dec. 9, 1950, Harry Gold -- who confessed to being a courier between a British scientist with information on the atomic bomb and Soviet agents -- is sentenced to 30 years in prison. Gold's arrest was part of a massive FBI investigation into Soviet espionage\0x00\0x00\0x0 0\0x00\0x00\0x00\0x00\0x00\0x 00\0x00\0x00. * On Dec. 6, 1961, U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff authorizes combat missions by Operation Farm Gate pilots. It gave U.S. pilots the go-ahead to undertake combat missions against the Viet Cong as long as one Vietnamese national was aboard the aircraft for training purposes. * On Dec. 10, 1970, the defense opens its case in the murder trial of Lt. William Calley, a platoon leader in Vietnam.
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My Thoughts by Michele Harvey
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Since my shoulder surgery, typing has been very difficult for me. This is why Mike has reprinted some of my previous columns. He may have to reprint more columns as I continue to get my range of motion back for my right arm and shoulder. Thank you all who have read them and said nice things to me about my columns. I’ve been thinking about Christmas and the other important holidays coming soon. I’ve also thought about Giving Tuesday. I’m not bragging when I say that I give as often as I can and I do it in many ways. Many of my friends do the same and we all approach giving differently. When word got out that I was home bound with a badly injured shoulder and then with a new shoulder, the outpouring of kind words, prayers, offers of meals, offers to buy groceries and the encouraging cards I received were wonderful. Our town is so very full of Giving people. I recently read a book that revolved around a man who kept six pebble sized rocks in his pocket. As his day progressed and he did good things for people, he moved the pebbles, one at a time, from one pocket to his other pocket. After paying for someone’s lunch who was short on money, he moved a pebble from one pocket to the other. After holding a shop door open for someone, he moved a pebble from one pocket to the other. Moving the pebbles from one side to the other was his way of counting good deeds. He wanted to make certain that he accomplished at least six good deeds each day. Since each pebble represented a good deed, keeping them was his way of keeping track of the number of his good deeds. Giving is something that can come easily when we look and listen for opportunities. Helping a person by opening a door for that person is one way to give. Giving a person who is short on money enough work to help put a few dollars in their pocket is another way to give. Buying lunch or giving a coat to a homeless person can be a big help. I know women who gather together to make quilts for babies who live with their mothers in battered women’s shelters. Others collect personal items for the battered or homeless women. A bar of soap, a small bottle of cologne, a comb, some shampoo, toothpaste or a toothbrush can help give someone a degree of dignity when they receive and use them. I know people who crochet hats for premature babies. I know people who give do-rags to camps that entertain children with no hair because of cancer treatments. A do-rag is a hat used to cover the top of one's head with a "skullcap" fit. Kids love wearing these head protectors that make them look Cool. If you give a person a chance to do something nice for you; that’s just as important as any other kind of giving. If you spend your life giving to others in all the ways you can think of, you will be giving yourself some peace of mind. While you are thinking of ways to give, remember to give to yourself too. You can sit quietly on a park bench, you can take an unscheduled nap, you can take a few minutes to do something for yourself because you are important enough to give to you. Really. These are my thoughts.
by Kiki Skagen Munshi
Yesterday the ironing board snarled at me. Good intentions, it appears, aren’t enough. It seemed so easy last time—flip down the board, plug in the iron, put water in the sprayer. We wouldn’t, would NOT, let it be a year before we ironed again. Ironing would be a regular occupation, things would be neat and in order, Right Action would reign. Yeah, right. So much for any action. The pile of ironing on the board probably should be washed again, given the dust. There are a lot of good intentions around here. They start with drawers and closets (some closets, that is) which do receive care, every once in a while, since that is where the good intentions tend to start. Good intentions sometimes make it to the refrigerator and its often mysterious contents. Alas, good intentions don’t seem to last long enough to get to ironing, let alone the basement, cleaning the Shop, getting out the slides and doing something with them since they show Julian and this place sixty and seventy years ago. Then there are the letters home from the sixties in college and India that should be transcribed, not to mention the tack in the barn that needs cleaning. Trees need to be pruned, horses could be cleaner, the novel awaits more work and there are paintings in the studio halffinished and pictures to be framed…where do we start? It's easier to ignore the ironing board.
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*** Christmas is a time when kids tell Santa what they want and adults pay for it. Deﬁcits are when adults tell the government what they want - and their kids pay for it. — Richard Lamm ***
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(StatePoint) According to one festive and fun annual economic indicator, the cost of this holiday season for shoppers is not expected to rise a significant amount over last year. For more than 30 years, PNC has calculated the combined estimated price of the gifts from the classic carol “The 12 Days of Christmas.” Known as the PNC Christmas Price Index, the results can indicate what holiday shoppers might expect at the register. This year, the index calculated the total price of all 12 gifts to be $34,558.65, a modest 0.6 percent increase over last year. While the average consumer is unlikely to shop online or at the mall in search of geese-a-laying or a partridge in a pear tree, the Christmas Price Index can be informative for those planning their holiday shopping, as the cost for these gifts often increase or decrease at a rate consistent with the U.S. Consumer Price Index, a measure of inflation produced by the U.S. Department of Labor. “The U.S. economy is growing at a sustainable pace, fueled by higher consumer confidence, low unemployment, modest wage gains and low interest rates,” says Thomas P. Melcher, chief investment officer for PNC Asset Management Group. “However, The PNC Christmas Price Index rose at slow steady pace of 0.6 percent in 2017, as companies appear hesitant to pass through price increases to the consumer.” A few factors largely have driven changes in the index over the years. The Internet makes it easier to find the gifts from the song online, but these goods and services tend to be expensive, mainly due to added shipping and handling costs. The price of services overall has increased, while the price of goods has slowed. Fuel costs, which have been especially volatile over the last few years, have a major effect on the cost of shipping. So, while you may have no need to buy anyone on your list any maids-a-milking, it is good for jewelry lovers to know that the price of golden rings jumped more than any other gift that may be on their true love’s wishlist this year!
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1. COMICS: What was Superman’s birth name on the planet Krypton? 2. LITERATURE: Which poet wrote the line, “How do I love thee? Let me count the ways”? 3. GEOGRAPHY: What is the capital of India? 4. GAMES: In the game of checkers, how many pieces do you start with? 5. U.S. STATES: Which state’s nickname is The Old Line State? 6. ANATOMY: What part of the brain regulates breathing? 7. FAMOUS QUOTATIONS: What French statesman and military leader once observed: “Glory is ﬂeeting, but obscurity is forever”? continued on page 12
Chef’s Corner A Christmas Party With Purpose If you love to entertain, but feel pressured by the holiday rush, why not host a party with a purpose? A tree-trimming party is one of the easiest ways to have a fun gathering for family and friends while getting some of your holiday decorating done. It’s best to schedule your party early in December, before the holiday crush of shopping and holiday events are in full force. If possible, give your guests at least two to four weeks notice. Preparing for the party: * Set up your tree and string it with lights before your guests arrive. Clear out the area around the tree so everyone has easy access to hang the ornaments. * Add festive garlands or pine cone roping around the fireplace, over the doors and throughout the house. Add colorful ornaments in decorative glass bowls and vases and place them around the room. Scatter wrapped Christmas candies
on the tables. * To give your home a holiday aroma, place a few cinnamon sticks or 2 tablespoons of cinnamon, 2 tablespoons of vanilla and 3 cups of water in a pot and bring it to a boil. Play your favorite holiday music to set the mood.
* Fill an assortment of baskets, tins or decorative boxes with red, green, gold or white tissue paper or colorful shredded paper and carefully place your ornaments in the baskets along with hooks or ribbon to hang them on the tree. continued on page 12
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In 1831, forty four years after the Constitution was signed, slavery with all its horrors was alive and institutionalized in America. Much of the South, whose representatives negotiated the three fifths compromise in the Constitution, was an agrarian economy based on the labor of slaves who represented a significant part of the Southern population. In Mississippi and South Carolina slaves represented over half the population. In Virginia which was somewhat representative of the rest of the South, slaves made up about a third of the population. A slave was always in fear from harsh treatment, poor food, backbreaking labor and breakup of their families. While they were an expensive commodity for their owners, slaves also lived in fear of irons, the lash and the noose. The white rulers also lived in fear because of the large numbers that they had enslaved. They knew from history that there was always the danger of rebellion. On August 21, 1831 the most deadly American slave rebellion took place in Southampton County, Virginia led by Nat Turner. By the 23rd the rebellion was suppressed. Over 55 white men, women, children and even babies were slaughtered in a rampage of black slaves and freemen. By all accounts Nat Turner was an intelligent man. He was born into slavery in Southampton County in 1800. As a child he had physical markings that some believed he “was intended for some great purpose” in life. His mother and grandmother said that he had recall of events that happened prior to his birth. Sensing his abilities, his master Benjamin Turner, allowed the youngster to be taught to read and write. The bible was the only book he was allowed and young Nat Turner became a preacher of sorts at a very young age. His life was devoted to God and his free time was spent praying, reading the bible and he fasted frequently. Turner also had visions. He ran away from Sam Turner’s (brother of Benjamin) plantation at the age of 21. After a month in hiding he returned to the plantation as a result of a sign from God. He believed in God’s signs and would hear voices and have visions as well. When Turner died he became property of Thomas Moore, and then his widow when he died. She married John (Joseph) Travis and this is the last owner Turner had. In 1825 he had his first vision of a war between blacks and whites. While he was imprisoned after the rebellion (1831) he gave his confession to Thomas Gray and said that "the Spirit instantly appeared to me and said the Serpent was loosened, and Christ had laid down the yoke he had borne for the sins of men,
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Gifts to make - by computer or by hand: The Bird 1. if you have photos or postcards from a in the Tree trip, you can make a travel ______ 2. think of a theme (like ‘winter fun’), make a crossword or word search ______; roll it up and tie it with a ribbon 3. make ______ for photos or drawings 4. tie together pieces of cardboard or buy a ______ in which to put photos, school papers 5. write tales and make drawings, print them out and make them into a book of ______
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1. ask a new classmate to an event 5 2. offer to sew, repair items or to shovel walks ship 3. tell jokes, amusing friend tales, share comics 4. listen, talk, put groceries 8 away, have tea 5. sing or play an instrument music 6. water plants, help with pets 7. thoughtful items that people need 8. lets someone choose his own gift
Not everyone likes to make gifts. Sometimes we just run out of time or our budgets are small. Here are gifts that you can “put together.” Think about items that go well together – for example, a movie rental coupon and popcorn – then buy or gather them together. Next, find a box, bag, basket, tin or other container to hold your gift. Add a bow or card.
and that I should take it on and fight against the Serpent.” Turner had other visions and signs and said “ I should arise and prepare myself and slay my enemies with their own weapons." On February 12, 1831 there was a solar eclipse plainly visible over Southampton County and Turner took this as his sign from God. By August he had recruited other slaves (Will, Henry, Hark and Jack) to join him. The plan was to kill their owners, seize weapons and horses and home by home kill the owners sparing no one. They would recruit other slaves as they went with their destination being the armory at Jerusalem (present day Courtland). It was Turner’s plan to arm the slaves and county by county exterminate whites and ultimately have the rebellion spread through the South.
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Turner’s first victim was his master, “who was to me a kind master, and placed the greatest confidence in me; in fact, I had no cause to complain of his treatment to me.” Nevertheless “I entered my master's chamber, it being dark, I could not give a death blow, the hatchet glanced from his head, he sprang from the bed and called his wife, it was his last word, Will laid him dead, with a blow of his axe, and Mrs. Travis shared the same fate, as she lay in bed.” “The murder of this family, five in number, was the work of a moment… there was a little infant sleeping in a cradle, that was forgotten...Henry and Will returned and killed it.” And so it went, home by home, slaves joining the throng, slaughtering their masters and families, sparing no one. Ultimately the militia and locals responded and shot or captured
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Some people just don’t want or need any more stuff. So, think about giving them a gift in “name only.” You can let them know about the gift with a card! This list will get you thinking. Can you match up my ideas?
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6. decorate any plain paper to create writing paper or ______ 7. make your own pictures for each month (or find printable forms on your computer) to make a yearly ______ 8. create _______ by decorating paper or cardboard strips with cartoons, stickers or poetry so friends can track their reading 9. write your family’s favorites on index cards, put in a small box or bind together to form a ______ file or book 10. draw “outline” pictures to make a ______ book for a younger brother or sister; add markers or crayons to this gift
Gifts show joy and caring. It takes time to think about gifts and to make, buy and wrap them. A present tells people that they are important to you. It also makes you feel good when the people receiving your gifts smile as they open or enjoy them! 1 There are many kinds of gifts! Read the clues to fill the puzzle:
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1. to be planted in a schoolyard or park 2. money for kids to go to A. money for research school or college and health care 3. to pantries or soup kitchens B. food or groceries 4. to families in need in other countries to C. cows, chicks, goats feed themselves or start businesses D. tree, bush, flowers 5. donation to keep people E. heating oil warm F. scholarship or fund 6. to children’s hospitals Dear Peak, Look! y e n A o d on at io n has been m made in your nam e. A duck has been gi caring ven to Nice! a family starting a farm.
1. coloring or puzzle books; crayons or pencils 2. tea bags, coffee, cookies 3. jar of jelly, cheese, crackers 4. car wash, polish, sponge or mitt, bucket 5. pine cone bird feeders, bird seed 6. ink pads, rubber stamps, paper 7. golf balls, tees, score cards 8. hot chocolate packets, marshmallows 9. soaps, bath powder, wash cloth 10. pears, apples, oranges, grapes 11. model cars, planes, trains; paints and brushes 12. nuts, spicy snacks, chili mixes
both slaves and black freemen and put down the rebellion as violently as it had begun. Nat Turner escaped but was captured six weeks later. Over one hundred slaves were killed during the rebellion and about 50 were executed after trial and many more were killed in the hysteria that followed. Turner went to trial on November 5, 1831. During his confession to Gray he was asked, “Do you not find yourself mistaken now? He answered “ Was not Christ crucified. And by signs in the heavens…I should commence the great work… and prepare myself, and slay my enemies with their own weapons”. From the Court; “Have you any thing to say why sentence of death should not be pronounced against you? Turner; “I have not. I have made a full confession
to Mr. Gray, and I have nothing more to say.” Turner was sentenced to death by hanging, and this sentence continued on page 12
1. In 2016, Baltimore’s Manny Machado became the second player in major-league history to homer in each of the first three innings of a game. Who did it first?
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Chatter and I are teaming up to make all of our holiday gifts this year. I’m using my computer to help. I will write stories and recipes, draw pictures and then print out my work. Next, Chatter will decorate the pages and bind them into books or make other fun items. We can’t wait to start!
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2. Who was the first pitcher to win an All-Star Game in both leagues? 3. Matt Ryan set an Atlanta Falcons team record in 2016 by throwing for 503 yards in a game. Who had held the mark? 4. The Oregon men’s basketball team in 2017 swept its Bay Area Pac-12 rivals for only the second time since 1976. Who are the two rivals? 5. When was Pittsburgh’s Sidney Crosby’s last Stanley Cup Finals goal scored before 2017? 6. Name the first husband-andwife soccer couple to tally goals for the U.S. national team. 7. When was the last time before 2017 that the U.S. won the world men’s freestyle wrestling team title? Answers on page 12
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three times a week with cut flowers, including tulips. The many-spouted tulipiere also was used to grow flowers indoors, and each spout was made the right size to hold a bulb partially covered with water. So both of you are right. They held either cut flowers or bulbs now or in the past. *** TIP: Use two hooks a few inches in from the edges of a picture to keep it straight on the wall. ***
Is there a collector on your holiday shopping list? The 50th Anniversary edition of “Kovels’ Antiques & Collectibles Price Guide 2018” makes a great gift. The 548-page softcover book features 20,000 listings and more than 2,500 fullcolor photographs, plus trends, special events and surprises.
Some of the plots, names and situations in the old Dick Tracy comics would be considered nonPC today. But the foul-smelling, dirty thief B.O. Plenty has become a popular character. A walking tin windup toy of B.O. holding his beautiful baby Sparkle sold at auction for $118. Comic collectibles remain popular as long as the comic characters are still seen or heard in comic books, cartoons, radio, TV, movies, plays or reruns. And B.O. Plenty, who was an early figure in the Dick Tracy comic strip that started in 1931, has been dropped and reintroduced many times. He married Gravel Gertie, and these two ugly people had a beautiful daughter, Sparkle Plenty, in 1947. Later, they had a very ugly son whose face was never shown in the strip. The tin windup toy by Marx picturing B.O. holding his daughter Sparkle just sold at a Bertoia auction for $118. The 8-1/2-inch toy shuffles across the floor while his hat tips. The Dick Tracy characters and inventions still are familiar. The original artist, Chester Gould, drew the strip from 1931 to 1977. Other artists have continued it. His characters, their strange names and the inventions used by policeman Dick Tracy still are popular today. The two-way wrist radio first mentioned in 1946, two-way wrist TV (1964) and Spacecar (1960s) all have become realities. *** Q: My family heirloom is a divided child's feeding plate decorated with scenes of a girl playing with or feeding her toys. The back is marked "Thompson." What is its value? A: Your plate was made by CC Thompson Pottery Co. of East Liverpool, Ohio, founded in 1868 and closed in 1938. They made porcelain plates after 1917. The decoration on your plate is a decal called "Dinnertime," which was used by several companies. The dish was made sometime between 1917 and 1938. It would sell in a shop today for about $20, but should be worth much more to your family. *** Q: I bought a modern copy of a tall flower container with 24 tubes to hold flowers that go to a center section. I bought it to use as a flower vase and now I'm told it was used to grow indoor plants in places like Williamsburg. Can you settle a bet about this for us? A: The name "tulipiere" is used for tall, many-spouted vases like yours, and for a shorter vase with five spouts that looks like fingers on a hand or just a round vase with spouts facing in all directions. The original tulipieres were made of 17th-century Delft. Queen Mary II of England liked flowers in the palace and ordered the vases to be refilled
The tradition of using small candles to light a Christmas tree is thought to date back to the mid-17th century.
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Religion In The News Billy Graham Turns 99 The most notable evangelist of the 20th century, Billy Graham, celebrated his 99th birthday on November 7, 2017. His son, Franklin Graham, said he is in stable health. The Billy Graham Evangelistic Association will conduct a yearlong celebration of the preacher’s past. It will highlight Billy’s impact on worldwide evangelism and will include personal testimonies of people whose lives were forever changed at one of his crusades. Source: Christian Headline News, summarized by Pastor Rick
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Some activist leaders imply that pastors of Bible believing churches are in some way responsible for acts of violence. Do Bible standards produce hate? Of course they produce hate, but not the kind of hate that hate-crimes supporters are talking about. Jesus hated evil. Speaking of Jesus, the Scripture says, “You love justice and hate evil. Therefore, God has anointed You, pouring out the oil of joy on You more than on anyone else” [Hebrews 1.9]. Jesus hated evil, but He didn’t go around killing people or beating them up. He gave His life for them that they might be delivered from enslavement to sin. True Christians follow His example. Rick Hill is the Senior Pastor at Hillside Church on 3rd and C Streets in Julian, CA. Direct all questions and correspondence to: PastorRick@ julianchurch.org, or Hillside Church, Religion in the News, Box 973, Julian, CA, 92036. (Opinions in this column do not necessarily express the views of Julian News, its editor, or employees.)
(StatePoint) As the list of known benefits of music education grows, you may be wondering how you can help your kids get the most out of their efforts. Here are five ways to help make music education a success. 1. Be encouraging. Learning music is hard work, but it shouldn’t feel that way. Keep it positive and be encouraging. Fostering a love of music is only possible if a child enjoys practicing and playing. If your child is taking lessons, be sure that is or her teacher practices a similar philosophy. 2. Get practical. Incorporate practical engagement and games to make it fun. For example, learn new musical words with body actions like clapping and stomping, so students can better understand the rhythm and music through movement. 3. Be contemporary. Many kids will prefer playing what they already know and love. If your child is learning to play piano or keyboard, consider a new digital instrument that makes learning the latest tunes easy, such as Casio’s LK-265 keyboard.
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Outfitted with lighted keys, a voice fingering guide and a Stepup Lesson System, beginners are able to learn built-in songs at their own individual pace. The instrument can also connect to Casio’s Chordana Play app -- a free app that displays the correct keyboard position for both hands in real-time. The app is expandable through downloadable MIDI files, so students can customize lessons to their taste. 4. Pace yourself. Every child
has his or her own musical aptitude and passion for learning. To ensure that your kids are neither overwhelmed nor bored, discover the pace that works best for each individual and don’t pressure anyone into rushing or slowing down. 5. Set goals. Whether it’s working to perfect a particular song, or it’s practicing for a talent show, setting achievable goals can be a great motivation for budding musicians.
Top Five Things To Do At Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex (NAPSA) - Each year, millions of people head to Cape Canaveral, Florida to visit an iconic American landmark where history has been made and innovation continues today. Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex brings to life the epic story of the U.S. space program, offering a full day or more of fun. It allows visitors to get as close as possible to NASA’s Kennedy Space Center, with exclusive tours and an in-depth look at the space program’s past, present and future. With so much to do, see and explore, visitors should plan ahead. Following are insider tips on five must-see and -do experiences while visiting: 1. Heroes & Legends featuring the U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame¨: The newest addition to Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, Heroes & Legends is designed to be a guest’s first stop. The experience uses the early years of the space program to explore the concept of heroism and the qualities of the individuals who inspired their generation. Cutting-edge technology, mesmerizing special effects, priceless artifacts and thought-provoking exhibits amaze and inspire. 2. Kennedy Space Center Bus Tour: The KSC Bus Tour takes visitors behind the gates, providing exclusive access to Space shuttle Atlantis is just one of the memorable things you can encounter the restricted areas of America’s at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex. spaceport. The tour concludes at ride and training simulators teach Lunch With An Astronaut is a not-to-be-missed add-on. During the Apollo/Saturn V Center. Uber shuttle docking and landing. 4. NASA Now: This exhibit a catered lunch, a veteran NASA space enthusiasts can purchase a Special Interest Tour, which provides unprecedented access astronaut will share personal to the present and future of space stories about what it’s really like includes additional stops. 3. Space Shuttle Atlantis¨: travel. Offering an up-close look to launch, live and work in space. Kennedy Space Center Visitor at the most recent vehicles to Visitors can ask questions about Complex is the permanent have traveled to space, vehicles anything, from how to sleep in home of space shuttle Atlantis. destined for future visits and space to what experiments were A dramatic presentation teaches those designed to further performed. Guests can also take guests about the shuttle’s 33 exploration and development, a photo with the astronaut. Learn More historic missions, including those NASA Now continues to grow. A For further information, tickets that secured the future of the recent addition is the Boeing fullHubble Space Telescope and scale engineering model of its and directions, go to the website at www.kennedyspacecenter. the International Space Station. CST-100 Starliner crew vehicle. 5. Lunch With An Astronaut: com. The Shuttle Launch Experience¨
Tips for Keeping Your Busy Family Organized (StatePoint) When it comes to busy families, things have a habit of becoming scattered quickly. Here are five ways to keep everything and everyone organized, all the time. 1. Centralize Information. Hang an erasable calendar or family to-do list in a high-traffic area of the home where everyone can see it, so that everyone can add appointments, practices, vacations, school plays and other events. Be sure to hang it at a height appropriate for all members of the family, big and
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small. 2. Planned Meal Prep. Pick one day a week to plan meals and snacks for the days ahead. Prep items that you can in advance. Chop veggies, pack school lunches, assemble the lasagna. This will make the rest of the week a breeze. Family members can easily grab pre-prepared lunches and snack items before school and work, to take away the stress of busy mornings and getting out the door on-time. Plus, evenings won’t need to feel so rushed.
3. Label It. From the spice rack to the medicine cabinet to the filing cabinet and the garage, clearly labeling containers saves time and energy, ensuring you can quickly and easily find needed items. Seek out tools to make the job of labeling speedy and tidy, such as label printers from Casio. Their Label Printer KL-120 features a QWERTY keyboard for fast typing and a 16-digit two-line LCD display with built-in fonts and character sizes. 4. Leverage Storage. Do you take full advantage of storage nooks and crannies in your home? Use bed risers to create more space under the bed. Well-designed furniture can pull double-duty. Seek out specialized sofas and ottomans that lift up to reveal extra storage. 5. Tidy Up. Items tend to move around the house, often ending up where they don’t belong. Soccer gear in the living room, toys in the bathroom and items of clothing left on the couch. Dedicate 15 to 30 minutes a week for the family to organize items and put things back where they belong. Having a standing appointment to do so will ensure everyone pitches in to help.
“Dusty Britches” here along with “Rub-a-Dub….Dub” and “Yosemite Sam” watching trout coming in from the old Pond. There’s a guy here from S.D. Fish today. He has a local fishing blog and looks for things to write about. I don’t know if I would want to do that for a living because when there’s nothing to write about, you’ve got to make something up. The trout bite is O.K., not stellar. Today is starting out a little slow only because we are between the Thanks giving weekend and CHRISTmas vacation. That doesn’t stop the bald eagles from bagging a nice breakfast. Ranger Jay Blaylock and I were standing on the back deck of the boat house to see one pluck a nice rainbow just off Heron Point. Then, a little later, I saw a baldy swoop down from his perch at the top of a Jeffery Pine on the back side of the island to nab another trout out of the shallows at the south end. Lone Pine is producing consistently, and the gut barrels at Chamber’s Park indicate a fruitful weekend for the anglers. The turkey vultures will eat good today. Those barrels are usually taken to the upper lake basin so as to not cause a “stink” around the campgrounds at Chamber’s. The catfish bite has slowed, as has the crappie and blue gill bite. Ranger Jay Blaylock is getting ready for the beginning of the 2017-2018 waterfowl season here. The blinds have been set, roster and rotation set up with very little to be done to repair and prepare the blinds for the season. Jay will be here before the sparrow farts every Wednesday and Sunday setting things up, greeting the hunters, making the coffee, and providing do-nuts. A safety meeting is held each morning before the shoot and blinds a assigned for that day. On Wednesdays the hunt is all day, and on Sundays it lasts until 10:00 a.m. Fishing is allowed during hunt hours, but only along the north shore line from the dam to the handicap dock at the dike. I’m sure Jay appreciates your co-operation and understanding during hunting times. “Yosemite Sam” is from Wisconsin and you can hear him singing the Wisconsin fight song from the kitchen as he flips the pancakes and eggs for customer. He has lit up in excitement with their 12-0 record. I have come to appreciate college football as of late. Kneeling during our national anthem just doesn’t appeal to me. Those that make millions of dollars here in the United States and choose to demean our national anthem, desecrate our values, our flag, our traditions, and our way of life. There’s lots of other countries that they can choose to do that, but of course, they won’t. They wouldn’t be able to enjoy the liberties they are afforded here. So much for political correctness. I haven’t heard much from the Julian Connection lately. What ever happened to “Christmas Nights” in Balboa Park ? And what’s this thing called “December Night’s”, and why ? So, I guess I’ll watch college ball. The USC / Stanford game was one for the books, “On Wisconsin”!… they have a big challenge with Ohio State. “Rub-a-Dub….Dub” kept losing his lures last weekend plugging for bass at the south end and, instead of taking a chance on losing more lures, he would walk out into the water to retrieve them. One time I could understand, but four! Human nature is a fun thing to watch... It's better to keep your mouth closed and let people think you are a fool than open it and relieve all doubt... ”Mark Twain” “Tight Lines and Bent Rods”… Dusty Britches
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® Dear EarthTalk: I’m looking for cool holiday gift ideas for a strident vegan who won’t tolerate items that make use of animals or animal products. Any ideas? -- Doug Halpern, Washington, DC Well…an Omaha Steaks gift box is definitely off the table as an idea, but there are plenty of great gift options for the vegans or even just the animalfriendly among us. Food-wise, how about a gift certificate to the recipient’s favorite vegan restaurant or natural foods store? Or how about a subscription to Vegan Cuts’ monthly “Vegan Snack Box” containing chips, cookies, sodas, teas and other vegan goodies, delivered right to the doorstep ($222/annual or $22.95/month)? Kids (and their vegan parents) might like Vegan Cuts’ No Whey! Christmas Extravaganza! Gift Box ($35.50) containing an assortment of vegan candies including wheyfree chocolate. Yet another option is Vegan Store’s Care Package Basket ($54.95), containing vegan versions of mac’n’cheese, jerky, parmesan, cookies, taco filling, chocolate bars and even "chicken" noodle soup. Personal care products are another retail segment where vegan products are starting to flood the marketplace. Lush Cosmetics, Mineral Fusion and Andalou are just a few of hundreds of U.S. based firms now selling vegan-friendly makeup, moisturizer, soap, shampoo and other health and beauty products. To find more, check out the Environmental Working Group (EWG) free “Skin Deep” cosmetics database. DIY-types might want to
consider making their own vegan health and beauty products to give to that finicky vegan you love. Earth911 has collected and linked out to a list of some 50 “recipes” you can use to make your own peppermint sugar scrub bars, calendula lavender salves or coconut mocha face masks. And remember: Being vegan is about much more than what you put in or slather on your body. If that special vegan someone needs new kicks, check out Merrell’s line of vegan-friendly shoes and sandals, featuring a wide range of casual and technical footwear options for men and women. Some other manufacturers of vegan-friendly active footwear lines include Garmont, Brooks, Wills, Lowa, Treksta, Keen and Zamberlan. Meanwhile, the vegan glamour girl on your list might like a new pair of heels from OlsenHaus, which crafts stylish women’s footwear from renewable plantbased materials and manmade materials—but no animal products despite the fact that their shoes often look like real leather or suede. Vegans who like to wear their lifestyle choice on their sleeve might like a t-shirt or bracelet from the online store of leading vegan blogger Vegan Zombie. Screenprinted designs look hip and feature pro-vegan messaging. And warm up that chilly vegan with Save the Duck’s Hooded Puffer Jacket featuring Plumtech downreplacement vegan insulation. For a wealth of additional ideas for gifts for vegans with a flair for clothing, check out the nonprofit Farm Sanctuary’s Vegan Fashion Shopping List which links out to dozens of animalfriendly, cruelty-free clothing and footwear lines. Of course, non-vegans would love receiving any of these gifts as well, giving the giver the satisfaction of doing the right thing by animals and the environment whether or not the recipient appreciates it.
Merrell's line of vegan-friendly shoes, including the Agility Peak Flex pictured here, are made without any animal products yet perform as well as their conventional counterparts.
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Understanding Education And Military Families
(NAPSA) - America’s military service members make great sacrifices for our country - and for their own families - but are their kids getting what they need from our K-12 education system? A new national survey of service members, spouses and veterans looks at educational options for military families, their satisfaction and how their choices can play a role in whether a family accepts an assignment or even factor into decisions to leave military service altogether. There are roughly 750,000 school-aged children in active-duty-member households today. Data show military families are very interested in alternatives to district schools. According to a new EdChoice and Braun Research survey, we know 80 percent of them attend public schools today, despite the fact that more than 60 percent would prefer different schooling environments for their children, such as private school, charter school, virtual school or home school. In fact, once military and veteran families are informed of how school choice options work, their support for those programs increases dramatically. Types of School Choice Education savings accounts (ESAs).Education savings accounts allow families to receive a deposit of public funds into government-authorized savings accounts - often distributed to families via a restricted-use debit card. Families can purchase any combination of private school tuition and fees, online learning programs, private tutoring, community college costs, higher education expenses and/or other
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The schooling options many military parents are able to access now don’t match what they want for their children - and that can affect America’s preparedness. approved customized learning services and materials. Military respondents were almost five times more likely to support ESAs than they were to oppose them. Tax-credit scholarships allow families to choose private schools that best fit their needs. Nonprofit scholarship-granting organizations provide those scholarships and are funded by private charitable donations, for which donors are reimbursed through tax credits. Sixty-three percent of military respondents support the concept of a tax-credit scholarship program. School vouchers. School vouchers give parents the freedom to choose a private school for their children, using all or part of the public funding set aside for their children’s education. Nearly two out of three military households support school vouchers. Learn More For further facts and figures on education choice opportunities, go to www.edchoice.org. *** I grew up believing in Santa Claus, and we still treat our house at Christmas with a huge reverence for that belief - even though our children are 19 through 23. — Mary Steenburgen ***
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California Taxpayers Aren’t Thankful For Much, But There Is Hope In Republican Tax Reform
by Jon Coupal
In this season of Thanksgiving, please don’t blame battered taxpayers if they pause when asked for what are they grateful. Considering the punishment being dished out to working Californians and the middle class by the Legislature and the governor, it may take them a moment to refocus on the good. Sacramento has approved billions of dollars in new taxes that will fall hardest on average taxpayers. The new $5.2 billion gas and car taxes will cost the typical family about $600 per year — and fuel costs will increase by billions more in coming years due to the passage of a “hidden” carbon tax. New taxes on the filing of documents could add hundreds of dollars to the cost of property transactions, including the refinancing of a home. But this is just a start. In a state that is already a leader in income tax rates, sales taxes and gas taxes — even property taxes are higher than in many other states — the Legislature has proposed, over the last year, $373 billion in new taxes. That’s right, lawmakers are promoting tax increases that would amount to almost three times the current state budget. Taxpayers have a right to be concerned, even frightened. Sacramento has become the absolute validation of Ronald Reagan’s comparison of government to a baby, “An alimentary canal with a big appetite at one end and no responsibility at the other.” If the ruling politicians get their way, during the holidays, taxpayers can look forward to a hearty meal of stone soup and a lump of coal in their stockings at Christmas. Still, in spite of the ongoing war against taxpayers being waged by Sacramento, there is some hope. Looking east to Washington, D.C., we see for the first time since the presidency of Ronald Reagan serious discussion of tax reform that could benefit the middle class. While the legislation is still a
moving target, the fact that Republicans in Congress and the president have made tax reform, including tax reduction, the centerpiece of their efforts, is welcome news to taxpayers. The struggle over what benefits taxpayers will actually receive is between Democrats, who want to maintain the hightax status quo to fuel everexpanding entitlement programs, and Republicans seeking to reduce the burden on average taxpayers as well as provide some relief to job creators. The former believe that government should be the source of income to millions of Americans, while the latter support private-sector job creation as the best way to provide lower-income citizens an opportunity for self-reliance and prosperity. Ironically, it is the Democrats who have rejected the words often used by party icon John F. Kennedy, “A rising tide lifts all boats.” Even in California there is reason to believe that all is not lost to an ever-expanding government that behaves as a militant special interest. After nearly 40 years, Proposition 13 remains a bright beacon showing what citizens can accomplish by working together. The citizen-sponsored initiative still limits annual property tax increases, helping to keep down the cost of homeownership. Proposition 13 still requires that local voters, whether property owners or renters, be given the opportunity to have the final say on new taxes. And much to the displeasure of the avaricious political class, it still compels approval of two-thirds of each house of the Legislature before the imposition of new state taxes. Today, millions of Californians support Proposition 13 and are willing to fight for their right to be protected from unreasonable taxation. For this, taxpayers are very thankful, indeed.
*** Jon Coupal is the president of the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association.
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• It was 20th-century French philosopher, author and political activist Jean-Paul Sartre who made the following sage observation: "If you're lonely while you're alone, you're in bad company." • Other than humans and apes, the only animal that has no tail is the Manx cat. • It seems that the Mets would be hands-down winners of the prize for the shortest MLB team name, but they actually have one of the longest names. It's just that not many people remember that the team's full name is Metropolitan Baseball Club. • You might not think that fruitcake -- that much-maligned holiday staple -- and mahogany -- the hardwood valued for its beauty and durability -- have anything in common. You'd be wrong, though; the two items have the same approximate density. • Those who study such things say that, as a whole, indoor cats prefer the taste of fish, while outdoor cats prefer the taste of mice. • In parts of New England, porcupine liver was once considered to be a delicacy. • Saint Anthony the Great, an early Christian monk from Egypt, spent years living in a tomb in order to overcome temptation. This is doubtless why he's now known as the patron saint of gravediggers. *** Thought for the Day: "Television's perfect. You turn a few knobs ... and lean back and drain your mind of all thought. And there you are watching the bubbles in the primeval ooze. You don't have to concentrate. You don't have to react. You don't have to remember. You don't miss your brain because you don't need it. ... You are in the man's nirvana. And if some poor nasty-minded person comes along and says you look like a ﬂy on a can of garbage, pay him no mind. He probably hasn't got the price of a television set." -- Raymond Chandler ® 2017 King Features Syndicate, Inc.
*** It is far better to grasp the universe as it really is than to persist in delusion, however satisfying and reassuring. — Carl Sagan ***
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As a result of the hysteria after the rebellion, slave laws and treatment became very strict. Abolition movements in the South came to an end and the condition of the American slave which was dreadful, became worse. The novel, Confessions of Nat Turner, won the Pulitzer Prize in 1967
was carried out on November 11, 1831. Legend has it that he was decapitated by the hanging and his body was flayed and dismembered. Nat Turner was 31.
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If your ornament collection includes treasured heirlooms, hang them yourself, either before guests arrive or wait to hang them until after they’ve left. * Ask your guests to decorate an ornament or two and hang them on the tree. Have the kids cut out ornaments from construction paper and decorate the front with markers, sticker and glitter. You also can make and bake your own ornaments (see recipes below for Cinnamon Dough and Salt Dough Ornaments) or you can buy plain wooden ornaments from a craft store. Have your guests decorate them with paints or markers and write their names and the date on the back. * To make old-fashioned garlands, set-up large bowls of popcorn or cranberries, large sewing needles and spools of heavy red, gold or green thread for guests to use to string the decorations for the tree. Thread the needles before your guests arrive, but do not cut the thread from the spool. It will take a lot of thread for the popcorn garland to cover an entire tree. It’s best to slide the piece of popcorn or cranberry to the end of the thread to prevent knots. Make sure that it is well-secured, so that popcorn or cranberries won’t fall off, and then gently cut the thread. * Set a table with simple finger foods and appetizers with a winter or Christmas theme, or purchase platters from your local grocery store or gourmet deli. * Serve a variety of drinks, including hot chocolate, coffee, eggnog, cider punch and water. * Purchase some mini Christmas stockings as parting gifts. Fill them with a selection of holiday chocolates or peppermint sticks, or for the children, a Christmas puzzle or holiday coloring book with crayons. Remember, relax, have fun, make memories, and have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
CINNAMON ORNAMENTS 3/4 cup applesauce 1 cup cinnamon 1 tablespoon ground cloves 1 tablespoon nutmeg 1. Heat oven to 150 F. 2. Combine all of the ingredients in a medium bowl. Work dough until smooth. Dust rolling surface and pin with more cinnamon, and roll the dough to 1/3 inch thickness. Use cookie cutters to cut out shape, and make a hole near the top with a straw or pencil. Makes 12-14 medium ornaments. 3. Bake for 2 1/2 hours on an ungreased cookie sheet, flipping halfway through the baking time. Cool on a wire cookie rack. When completely cooled, paint with acrylic paints or markers. String a piece of ribbon or raffia through the hole. SALT DOUGH ORNAMENTS 1 cup flour 1/2 cup salt 1/2 cup water 1. Heat oven to 250 F. 2. Combine all of the ingredients in a medium bowl. Work the dough until smooth; add a little more flour if sticky, or a little more water if crumbly. Dust the rolling surface and pin with more flour, and roll the dough to 1/3 inch thickness. 3. Use cookie cutters to cut out shape, and make a hole near the top with a straw or pencil. 4. Bake for 2 hours on an ungreased cookie sheet. Cool on a wire cookie rack. When completely cooled, paint with acrylic paints or markers. String a piece of ribbon or raffia through the hole. Makes 15-20 medium ornaments.
In the Massachusetts colony, Puritans tried to ban Christmas during the 17th century, because of what they saw as elements of heathenism in the celebration. The English Parliament abolished Christmas in 1647 but the ban was lifted when the Puritans lost power in 1660.
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COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO JULIAN COMMUNITY PLANNING GROUP P. 0. BOX 249 JULIAN, CALIFORNIA 92036 REGULAR MEETING MONDAY • DECEMBER 11, 2017 • 7 P.M. JULIAN TOWN HALL, Washington and Main Street, Julian, CA * * * PRELIMINARY MEETING AGENDA * * * A. ROLL CALL OF MEMBERS B. REVIEW & APPROVAL OF THE MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF November 12, 2017 C. PUBLIC COMMUNICATIONS: Opportunity for members of the public to speak to the group on subject matter within the Group’s jurisdiction that is not on the posted agenda. D. Action Items 1. PLDO – Priority List & Recreation Programming; Plan priority list and review of parks master plan 2. Santa Ysabel Nature Center – Driveway E. GROUP BUSINESS 1. Announcements and correspondence received 2. Discussion items a. New Post Office Box 3. Subcommittee reports a. San Dieguito River Valley Park Citizens Advisory Committee (Herb Dackermann) 4. Meeting updates a. BOS and PC Hearings b. Future Group Meeting Dates (January 8, 2018) F. ADJOURNMENT ALL ITEMS ON THE AGENDA ARE FOR DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE DECISION BY THE GROUP, UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED.
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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No. 2017-9027998 a) NEURALMOXIE b) DIY VIDEO PRODUCTIONS 9450 Hornbuckle Dr, Santee, CA 92071 The business is conducted by An Individual Tiffany Elizabeth Gleen-Hall, 9450 Hornbuckle Dr, Santee, CA 92071. THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH ERNEST J. DRONENBURG JR., RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON November 14, 2017. LEGAL: 07788 Publish: November 22, 29 and December 6,13, 2017
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No. 2017-9028130 HOUSE OF U.S.A. 2125 Park Blvd, San Diego, CA 92101 (7957 Hemingway Ave. San Diego, CA 92120) The business is conducted by A Corporation House of Pacific Relations International Cottages. THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH ERNEST J. DRONENBURG JR., RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON November 14, 2017. LEGAL: 07790 Publish: November 22, 29 and December 6,13, 2017
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No. 2017-9028317 HPR QUEENS 2125 Park Blvd, San Diego, CA 92101 The business is conducted by A Corporation House of Pacific Relations International Cottages Inc. THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH ERNEST J. DRONENBURG JR., RECORDER/ COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON November 16, 2017.
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 2, 2018 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 15, 2017. LEGAL: 07793 Publish: November 29 and December 6, 13, 20, 2017
IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF: JULIET LEE ERWIN FOR CHANGE OF NAME PETITIONER: JULIET LEE ERWIN HAS FILED A PETITION FOR AN ORDER TO CHANGE NAMES FROM: JULIET LEE ERWIN TO: JULIET ERWIN MAHONEY
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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No. 2017-9028806 a) BEST LIFE CPR b) CPR BEST LIFE 3615 North Fork Ave, Carlsbad, CA 92010 The business is conducted by An Individual - Heather Shae Borso, 3615 North Fork Ave, Carlsbad, CA 92010. THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH ERNEST J. DRONENBURG JR., RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON November 27, 2017. LEGAL: 07795 Publish: December 6, 13, 20, 27, 2017
LEGAL: 07791 Publish: November 22, 29 and December 6,13, 2017
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No. 2017-9026585 CREATIVE FLOW MEDIA 15592 N. Peak Rd, Julian, CA 92036 The business is conducted by An Individual Shantel Seoane, 15592 N. Peak Rd, Julian, CA 92036. THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH ERNEST J. DRONENBURG JR., RECORDER/ COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON October 27, 2017.
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No. 2017-9028741 SWIFT MEDIA 1860 Guilder Glen, Escondido, CA 92029 (Mailing Address: PO Box 460906 Escondido, CA 92046) The business is conducted by A Married Couple - Timotho L Swift, 1860 Guilder Glen, Escondido, CA 92029 and Angela Swift, 1860 Guilder Glen, Escondido, CA 92029. THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH ERNEST J. DRONENBURG JR., RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON November 22, 2017.
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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No. 2017-9028927 THE BADASSERY COMPANY 3872 Cameo Drive, Oceanside, CA 92056 The business is conducted by An Individual Kalina A Shatto, 3872 Cameo Drive, Oceanside, CA 92056. THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH ERNEST J. DRONENBURG JR., RECORDER/ COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON November 27, 2017.
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IT IS ORDERED that all persons interested in this matter appear before this court in Department 27 of the San Diego County Superior Court at the address shown (220 West Broadway, San Diego, CA 92101) on JANUARY 18, 2018 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 13, 2017.
LEGAL: 07798 Publish: December 6, 13, 20, 27, 2017
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No. 2017-9027698 a) CALIFORNIA FUTURE FINANCIAL GROUP b) CFFG 1035 E Vista Way #211, Vista, CA 92084 The business is conducted by A Corporation - D. M. Jones Inc. THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH ERNEST J. DRONENBURG JR., RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON November 9, 2017.
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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No. 2017-9027188 JULIAN COMMUNITY HERITAGE FOUNDATION 3347 Pine Hills Road, Julian CA 92036 The business is conducted by An Unincorporated Association - Jean Louise Duffy and Dana Pettersen, 3347 Pine Hills Road, Julian CA 92036. THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH ERNEST J. DRONENBURG JR., RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON November 3, 2017.
PETITIONER: CIA MICHEL MATTRESS and BENJAMIN JOHN MATTRESS HAS FILED A PETITION FOR AN ORDER TO CHANGE NAMES FROM: a) CIA MICHEL MATTRESS b) BENJAMIN JOHN MATTRESS c) DOMINIC JOSEPH MATTRESS, a minor d) ANTHONY HUDSON MATTRESS, a minor TO: a) CIA MICHEL HUDSON b) BENJAMIN JOHN HUDSON c) DOMINIC JOSEPH HUDSON, a minor d) ANTHONY SIDNEY HUDSON, a minor
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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No. 2017-9027191 M & J PEST SERVICES 9843 Oak Grove Drive, Descanso, CA 91916 (Mailing Address: PO Box 92, Descanso, CA 91916) The business is conducted by An Individual - Misty Anne Bonds, 9843 Oak Grove Drive, Descanso, CA 91916. THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH ERNEST J. DRONENBURG JR., RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON November 3, 2017.
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LIBRA (September 23 to October 22) Your holiday planning might have to take a back seat for a bit so that you can handle a problem with a friend or family member. Your schedule resumes by the 9th. SCORPIO (October 23 to November 21) Relationships in general beneﬁt during the early part of the week, including in the workplace. Also expect some overdue changes in a personal situation. SAGITTARIUS (November 22 to December 21) "Prudence" should be your watchword this week. Best not to be too open about some of the things that are currently happening in your life. CAPRICORN (December 22 to January 19) Money is on your mind, so you'd best mind how you're spending it. Take another look at that holiday budget and see where you can make adjustments. AQUARIUS (January 20 to February 18) Resolving to revive an old friendship could open some old wounds. Are you sure you want to risk that? Think this through before making a commitment. PISCES (February 19 to March 20) Your need to know more about a new friend could lead to some startling revelations. Best advice: Keep an open mind about what you learn until all the facts are in. BORN THIS WEEK: Your loyalty to friends makes you a very special person to those whose lives you've touched.
LEGAL: 07784 Publish: November 15, 22, 29 and December 6, 2017
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME
ARIES (March 21 to April 19) You've let yourself be distracted from what's really important. But love ﬁnally gets your attention this week. However, it comes with a challenge that could create a problem. TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) Be careful not to bully others into following your lead. Best advice: Persuade, don't push, and you'll get the cooperation you need to move forward with your plans. GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) Resist the urge to gloat now that you've proved your detractors wrong. Instead, charm them back into your circle. Remember: A former foe can become your best ally. CANCER (June 21 to July 22) You might want to claim all the credit for making this holiday season special. But is it worth producing a lot of hurt feelings by rejecting oﬀers of help? Think about it. LEO (July 23 to August 22) Ignore a co-worker's questionable behavior. Instead, put your energy into making your own project special. Then sit back and purr over your well-deserved applause. VIRGO (August 23 to September 22) You might not want to accept those suggested changes in your workplace. But don't chuck them out before you check them out. You could be happily surprised.
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No. 2017-9027323 THE NICE LICE LADY 5086 Brook Burn Drive, San Diego, CA 92130 The business is conducted by An Individual Kristan Doan Parker, 5086 Brook Burn Drive, San Diego, CA 92130. THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH ERNEST J. DRONENBURG JR., RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON November 6, 2017.
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