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lilllllUIqlrl I IIUUlNmlIWI I 2 The Julian News Art Gallery 168 Art Gallery Santa Ysabel Art Gallery 30352 Hwy. 78 (at Hwy. 79) P.O. Box 480 Santa Ysabel, CA 92070 765 1676 OPEN Thursday - Monday 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. Featuring the Finest Local Artists May 5, 2010 Fine ClOthing Locally lS n Apple Items . Books Business Services B_The Julian ] 1 OOKHOUSE , Selling Rare and (760) 765 2620 Good Used Books fax (760) 765 COPIES 4, CO FED EX 0 UPS Diana & Don Garrett - Owners CONFIDENTI 92036 \ \ / / / / / Street RISTORANTE ITALIANO Half Sandwich, Soup or Salad ~ $9.25 Any Pasta Dish with Soup or salad ~ $9.25 -" Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza by the slice $2.50 2230 Main Street PiCKuP} ./ emoil: k ~ P.O. Box 2003 a TAX F'nRMS,. DS & RUBBER STAMPS Julian, CA 92036760.765.1989 I want to second the sentiments skins. Open Wednesday thru Monday of Retired Fire Chief Baker who Can we put down our guns I Candy- Fudge was angry with the "deputy" and before we hurt someone, try his extra "service" of causing to address the root causes ....................... grief on a local family. I'm sure here? Can we urge our leaders 101 III our Sheriff's Department will in government (and those in correct the officer and direct our allies as well) to devise him/her to stay with crime on the policies and pass bills to support .l~i~ i/--) streets. Were "extra"duties to be economic development, and thethe table .., Irma/9th the duty of our officers we would legal and social infrastructure, ,, have to think twice before calling in the poorer countries so that an j really lore Than Great Pizza 911...(for instance in my case, my folk could live long and prosper 1PeM?? dog has lost his license),in their own homelands? (Does great 1-none 1 4’ kav Let Howard Fisher everything have to be 'made in making id.ease?" Vynola Pizz SantaYsabelChina'?) 2) Law enforcement & crime. Cater Your Hurray for Arizona and her Shouldn't the police be allowed Ise "l;ha' l-!e bet.%- Next Event courageous Gov. Jan Brewer to focus on enforcing existing 1TIU'E n 1.jOll've for the new immigration law she federal immigration law (and signed into law. Not only are continue to put their efforts into ever ta ed in * Food Seulptm'es * Simple to Complex * Sell'or Full Servlee * Reasonable Prlelng SO0 2116 Main Street Building - Upstairs) Every Day 765 • 0785 Garden & Gifts 765 O48O qhe lue Heron Garden Sbop & Gallery Friday to Monday (760) 765-1004 Motorcycle Apparel HOG Leathers, Appard BEAVEN ms z,*,W 11 -4 2116 qhirdStreet I011 Main St. 760-765-2966 • on corner of Main & C St. Bookkeeping- Taxes BOOKKEEPING & TAX SERVICE Legal A dvice • Representing Victims of Serious Accidents • Home Owner Fire Insurance Claims 619-235-0307 ph T. Dibos Attorney At Law 2445 5th Avenue, Suite 420 San Diego, CA 92101 No Recovery • No Fee -- WE INVITE YOUR OPINION/ The views expressed by our contributing writers are their own and not necessarily those of The Julian News management. We invite all parties to submit their opinions and comments to The Julian News. All contributed items are subject to editorial approval prior to acceptance for publication. Letters must include your name and contact information. Letters may be mailed to: Julian News P.O. Box 639 Julian, CA 92036 email: letters@ju/ in person:Julian News Office (in Soundings Complex) 1453 Hollow Glen Road (9am - 3:30pro Mon-Fri) the illegals here illegally, but they're here committing illegal acts. And we the American tax payers are paying for everything whether it's a woman crossing over into the U.S. to have her kid, or the Mexican or other illegals sitting in one of our prisons for a crime he or she committed. We need to eliminate all the helpful niceties: Maps, water containers and everything else out there that makes it easier and safer for these people, regardless of age; to enter into our country illegally whether it's in summer or winter, but above all shut down and close all the borders. Again, thank you Gov. Brewer, Arizona's esteemed governor. Let's hope California will follow your great and beautiful state for this law Toni Bastien Julian "Welcome to Our State. Now Go Home." (Old bumper sticker.) Shall we talk about the new Arizona (anti-)immigration law? It's flaws, absurdities, and misdirections may seem obvious to all, but let's take a look. 1) Economics. Over all of human history, people have emigrated, left their homelands and heritage to be 'strangers in a strange land' out of desperate pressures behind them and bright promise ahead. Push and pull. (They were, of course, often rudely disappointed - or they were brought as slaves, but that's another matter.) They find and take the jobs no one else wants; most are happy to pay their taxes, are eager to contribute to their new communities, take whatever hits they must, to ensure a better place and future for their children. But a few don't do as well as they might; they remain marginalized, can be vulnerable to dependency or petty crime. Do we remember, as we devise our "elephant guns" to target these perceived "fleas" that all of our ancestors (yes, even 'native' Americans, long ago) were once immigrants? Most did well, a few didn't, etc. And that is how it is to this day in AZ and CA. The difference between "us" and "them" is the color of our cards catching criminals and drug smugglers)? Arizona police already dread trying to adverse this poorly-conceived new law. Stopping everyone who "looks like an illegal alien"? People with dark sun tans and sandals, / perhaps? I thought those were the tourists! Pima County Sherriff Clarence Dupnik (law enforcement for 52 yrs., Sherriff for 32 years!) thinks this new law will cause untold problems and unwarranted burden to police, plus potential lawsuits i from both sides. And if everyone with "papers" must now 6a'rry them about at all times, isn't that going to make their theft even easier? (The criminals must be laughing up their sleeves. What a great diversionary tactic-cum- opportunity!) 3) Civil rights. Americans are proud and confident that our constitution assures these, including protection against undue harassment, and unlawful search and seizure.. Yes, the baddies can shelter under the umbrella, too: the rain falls and the sun shines on the good and bad alike. Innocent until proven guilty. But we abrogate these principles at our peril, whatever the seeming expediency of the moment. A law like Arizona's is the first whiff such peril. Do we remember the Jewish business man on Ship of Fools (early 1930's) who scoffed at warnings about the coming Nazi danger? "But Germany needs us," said Mr. Lowenthal. "We bring prosperity. Besides, there are millions of us. Wha't are they going to do? Kill us all...?" Ha ha ha. (Run for your life, Mr. Lowenthal. Or, Senor Gonzales.) We are now being asked (even by one of AZ's own congressmen!) to boycott the state in protest. Arizona may have accomplished nothing here but shooting itself in its own foot. Let's hope for a better and fairer outcome from all of this. And please, get back to the real problems at our country's core, like fiscal and corporate reform. Haste la Vista. • Barbara Ross King, Warner Springs, CA life?" COF?EE HOUSE "I've been here seince 3:30, when do I get a life?" 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