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April 9, 2003 The Julian News 17 .MOUNTAIN FARMS REALTY Our Professional Sales Staff KNOWS Julian Same Ownership Since 1980 Call Bonnie at (760) 765-01 11 or (619) 992-3868. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY -- Ye Olde Craft Shoppe on Main Street -- Thousands of tourists coming through. The business is well established. Lots of handmade items. Present owners want to retire. Don't miss this one .......................................................................................................................................... $124,700. LET OUR PROFESSIONAL & FRIENDLY STAFF ASSIST YOU IN FINDING OR SELLING YOUR HOME IN THE MOUNTAINS. (760) 765-0111 * 2019 Main Street * Julian, CA 92036 ALL OF OUR AGENTS ARE REALTORS, MEMBERS OF THE SAN DIEGO ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS MOUNTAIN CABIN WITH VIEW -- Panoramic, pastoral-view cabin in the pines & oaks of Pine Hills. Living room & kitchen are one big room. 10x19 wood deck with view, 2 BR--second BR is below main level. Stacked washer & dryer stay. Driveway is steep with parking at the top ............................................................................. $229,000. PINE HILLS -- 22.04 acres on Eagle Peak Road. A "must see." Beautiful views! ............................................ $55,000. HARRISON PARK -- 3-BR, 3-BA, 2-story home on 1.15 acres. Country charming with wrap-around porch, lots of decking, and 2-car garage. Small cabin out back for? Walk-out basement and more. Call Bonnie, 765-0111. Only ..................... $385,000. E-mail: janetgastil@sprintmail.com Our Toll-Free Number: (877) MTN-FARMS Web Site: www.mtnfarms.com Fax. (760)765-2016 (6 8 6 - 3 2 7 6) CROSSWORD PUZZLE ACROSS 38 Trifled 1 Act like 39 Resembling 4 Magna __ 40 Days of 9 Over yore 13 Holey 41 Fraus and articles sefioras 15 Roar 42 Famous like __ 43 Fluctuated 16 Hard lump 45 Self-pro- 17 Tortilla - claimed fried, experts folded 46 Timber tree and filled 47 Tower site 18 Squelch 48 Capital city 19 Opposite 51 Fair of comin' 56 Lacking 20 Fruit- moisture topped 57 Hole-maker dessert 58 Breathe 22 Persons 60 One of the 23 Prefix for Simpsons marketing 61 Sweetly, or corn- in music munication 62 Mideast 24 Egypt's Ioc. bigwig 26 Giggle 63 __ over; 29 Ships' sta- faint bilizers 64 Eyelid 34 Played problems: a part var. 35 Brooch 65 Transpor- 36 Eur. ration nation systems 37 Deafening 14 23 44 46 DOWN 1 Bug 2 items in the frozen food section 3 impress sharply 4 Regal home 5 Mrs. Ralph Kramden 6 Hayworth 7 Snatched 8 Strengthened metal 9 Cat or goat 10 Time when the hands are together 11 Ms. Adams 12 Cysts 14 Comforted 21 Marsh growth 25 Eb's wife, in comics 26 Narratives 27 Sorbonne for one 28 Practice piece 29 Howled 4 5 6 7 ts i 18 47 51 52 53 57 61 i I "/ Answers on Page 9 30 Word of agreement 31 Malice 32 Symbol 33 Toboggans 35 Word of invitation 38 Blond kids 39 Endearing 41 Common verb 42 Space org. 44 One of a pair 45 British bishops' items 47 Portion 48 Refuse to cooperate 49 _ Indians 50 Ascend 52 Entry in Bartlett's book: abbr. 53 Repulsive 54 Fruit 55 Satan's specialty 59 Pauser's words "Trials" by Carmen Carter Sometimes I pray that You might pass this bitter cup away from me: And ease this ache within me quickly, 'Lest I break and die, You see. F0r I am fragile, helpless, yes, To pass these trials You give to me: So I call out to get Your help, That You will lead to victory. For, Heavenly Father, I must grieve, To find that I am weak like this: Your presence I c0uld never leave, For I would die without Your kiss. So help me please when ! am 10w, Give strength to weakness I possess: In trials such as these, Bear One, I need Your loving tenderness. We all must face these trials, it's true, And all of us are sure we'll fail; But when we know that You are there, To help. hope can prevail. So give us strength to come right through, To triumph even over death: The resurrection will renew, Our mortal life to Spirit "breath." PASSOVER CELEBRATION ON APRIL 19 Congregation Etz Chaim, the only Jewish presence in Ramona, Julian and Borrego Springs, will celebrate Passover at a congregation Seder on Saturday April 19th at 4 PM in the Rotunda of San Diego Country Estates, 16911 Gunn Stage Road, Ramona. The congregation has been holding these annual seders since 1981, when the first one was organized through the joint efforts of AI and Marcia Wollner and Dr. Fred and Sandy Arsham. This year the seder will be conducted by Rabbi Elizabeth Goldstein, with all members being urged to participate in reading the Haggadah. A Pot Luck supper will be served at the conclusion of the service. Participants are expected to bring a main dish and either a salad or dessert. Only foods which are acceptable for Passover will be served. Passover is the story of the Jews Exodus from slavery in Egypt. This year the holiday starts at sundown on April 16th. Jews all over the world will gather around their tables to relate the story which is found in the first half of the Book of Exodus, with chapters 12 and 13 serving as the focal point of the historical narrative. Passover is the prime example of a festival that celebrates deliverance. Each Jew who participates in a Seder symbolically is reliving the Exodus from Egypt in Biblical times. The Passover Seder is carefully structured to involve children meaningfully and to motivate their interest. Traditionally the youngest child present who can read, starts the Seder by asking The Four Questions. The rest of the Seder service consists of answers to those questions. It overflows with symbolism. For instance, each item on the Seder Plate which is the centerpiece of the table, represents a significant part of the story: from the roasted lamb shankbone which represents the lambs blood that was smeared on the doorway of each Jewish home so the Angel of Death would "pass over" their homes; ,i: to the roasted egg which represents hope ,,' for the future because it has no i, beginning and no end and therefore ; symbolizes the unending quality of life; ,J,' to the ground horseradish root which .. symbolizes the bitterness of slavery; and , the green vegetable which recalls the meager food available to the Jewish ,: slaves; as well as to the salt water which ", represents their tears, all are very ,,,: meaningful. Passover became Judaisms 7; greatest holiday because it marked the -,;', emergence of the Jews as a people who , accepted the Torah as the basis for ., Jewish life. ,; To make reservations for the .,'.' congregation seder or to ask any questions about it, please call 760-789- ,,2 7393. We ask for reservations to be ' made because we want to make sure to ,, have enough tables set up to ",:. accommodate everyone. ,, ;,t /We're there whatever the weather.- Personal, radio-dispatched service to homes farms, industry, and business MOUNTAIN PRO-FLAME GAS SERVICE FOR COMPETITIVE PROPANE PRICES AND SERVICE THAT CAN'T BE BEAT 765-0130 789-6755 Greg Yager, Manager \\; P.O. Box 7, Santa Y sabel, CA "',1 "%1 jr .,2 .I "d j/'