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10 The Julian News Judy Raines 760-604-1946 We Know Julian and the entire Back Country Veronica Clark 760-803-3582 DRE #01350842 DRE #01092197 Experienced In A 11 Aspects of Real Estate - Including Short Sale Negotiations We have homes in Julian and the back country starting with the price of $125,000. They are in good areas and are all sizes. Call us today for a list with pictures or to see any of these homes. i Cuyamaca Woods,manufactured home,light and bright, large deck 2 car garage 2 sheds, well, Solar, Generator system, near riding, and hiking trails,beautiful setting, mature trees,view and peaceful. 40 acres in Ramona with Several residences. Zoned for Agricultural business, A72 with "0" animal designator. Agricultural meter i! and great well. Homes have been remodeled, but still need some work. Land is mostly flat and usable Huge metal pole barn and block stalls. Many other out buildings. Call today for appointment to view. asking $ 799, 000. View lot with lots of usability 4.89 acres. Ready for your new home. Ready for you to build. This .38 acre lot is only $55,000 .... : :- HEALTH and PERSONAL SERVICES No Appointments Just Come In ! 4 Now Available ' C Certified Animal . 1 Adjusting _ 411 9 00ti'" [ Only 11 $30. oo 1455 OFFICE HOURS: Monday 6i 760- 6.Bed Full Service Hospice & Dementia Case by Case ' Len Senior CqrR #374601019 SUNCREST LODGE 34540 Engineers Road and Highway 79 (760) 765-0065 Marriages on the Mountain Call Dick Thiken, Chaplain 760-765-1578 Country Weddings Designed for you! Call Rev Les Turner 760-443-3930 JULIAN MEDICAL CLINIC A DIVISION OF BORREGO COMMUNITY HEALTH FOUNDATION lm :J.c:, :4 ! .m We accept Healthy Families Insurance 3PSS ,taa3 2721 WASHINGTON STREET JULIAN, CA 92036 (Next To Town Hall) OPEN MONDAY- FRIDAY 8:00AM TO 5PM -- 24 HOUR ANSWERING SERVICE Postal Service Changes Shipping Regulations For Electronic Devices From 16 May it will not be possible to ship iPads, iPhones or laptops overseas from the U.S. using the United States Postal Service (USPS). USPS believes that lithium batteries - which feature in devices including the iPad, iPhone, MacBooks, and other smartphones, laptops, and tablets - pose too great of a risk to be shipped overseas. An amendment to the company's documentation states: "lithium batteries are not permitted in international mail." The USPS will still allow these 15roducts to be shipped within the U.S. UPS and FedEx will continue to ship such items overseas, however. The revised Mailings of Lithium Batteries document states: "Primary lithium metal or lithium alloy (nonrechargeable) cells and batteries or secondary lithium-ion cells and batteries (rechargeable) are prohibited when mailed internationally or to and from an APO, FPO, or DPO location". USPS will lift the restriction in .January 2013, however. The document explains: "On 1 January 2013, customers will be able to mail specific quantities of lithium batteries internationally (including to and from an APO, FPO, or DPO.Iocation) when the batteries are properly installed in the personal electronic devices they are intended to operate." The January 2013 modification is due to changes in international standards that USPS is aware of following discussion with the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and the Universal Postal Union (UPU). "International standards have recently been the subject of discussion by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and the Universal Postal Union (UPU)," states USPS in its documentation. Apple is reported to have opposed stricter regulations restricting lithium-battery shipments by air. The reason for regulations regarding the transportation of lithium-batteries by air is that they can spontaneously combust. The UN rules, which will become effective on I January 2013, state that pilots must be notified when lithium batteries are on a flight, shipments should be labelled as hazardous materials, and employees should have training in handling such cargo. There have been several plane crashes directly attributed to exploding lithium batteries in the last few years, according to reports. Don't just dream about grandiose acts of" doing good. Every day do small ones, that add up over time to positive patterns. -- Marian Wright Edelman I t ons By Bill Fink Check It Out WWW. A new website, facebook and Pay-pal. "The Dance" has entered a new phase as the new guys are making their presence known at SAL and they're doing great things. Marketing for the event has come of age and the word is getting out like never before. It is still the same great event with new features and menJ additions that will make it the tiggest and best ever. BLt before I give you more information about the biggest evert that SAL puts on, I just wanled to take the time to tell you about a long honored tradition cele)rated by American Legions ever/where, and that's Memorial Day. The roots of Memorial Day, formerly Decoration Day happened after the Civil War to honor Union dead. The accepted place of origin appears to be Waterloo, New York but commemorations were springing up all over the country on various days in May. After WWl it was decided that the holiday would honor all Service Members who gave their lives in service to their nation. In 1968, Congress established the holiday, as part of the Uniform Monday Holiday Act and Memorial Day became an official federal holiday celebrated on the last Monday in May 1971. On Monday, May 28th, Julian's Lincoln Deming Post #468 will pay tribute with a 21-gun salute and ceremony at the cemetery at 10 a.m. Every one is then invited to the Post where the salute will be repeated and a great buffet hosted by the Ladies' Auxiliary will be served at about 11 o'clock. The entire Legion family and all members of the Julian community are invited. For Moms and Dads this is a great teachable moment for kids to get a little history by the men and women who have served their nation in war and continue to serve their community in peace. We can all celebrate the freedoms and largesse we enjoy because of those who gave their lives for us. But can I get back to "The Dance" now? The menu has expanded and in addition to Santa Maria style Tri-Tip, there will be barbequed chicken, veggie burgers, hot dogs, ranch beans, coleslaw and great desserts. There's soft drinks, water, beer, wine and rm told Julian Apple Cider. There will be a professional sound company this year and two great bands. The music won't stop during the breaks, as some of our great local bands will take the stage so the music will be playing all day and night. The Sons are really pushing the family side of the event this year, so instead of the kids just having a good time without any interference from their parents, there will be features, games and events just for them. Stilt Man is even going to be there passing out candy. Banner sales to merchants and individuals are going well and this is what makes this event go. If you haven't signed up yet or if you are a first time buyer and would like information, you can go to the website or call 760 752- 5006 and leave a message. What is near and dear to the Sons hearts is the Wall of Honor where we fly the banners of a loved Service member of the past or present. You don't have to be a Legion member and everyone is encouraged to participate by honoring your special Army, Marine, Navy, Air force or Coast Guard member by flying their banner and honoring their service. The art that was submitted in the annual art contest is now on display at the library. It will be moved to the site of "The Dance" for a silent auction. If you would like to bid on any of the work prior to the event call 760 752-5006 leave your name, number and bid amount and someone will call you back with confirmation. Thanks to Tony for filling in for me the past couple of weeks while I was visiting the great northern home where the buffalo roam, where the grizzlies, pronghorn, elk, deer, fox, wolf, bighorn sheep and mountain goats play. Where the wildlife is so plentiful it almost doesn't amaze you after a couple of days. Montana, Wyoming and in South Dakota, where the Black Hills are alive with Mount Rushmore, Deadwood, Chief Joseph, the Lakota, Wild May 23, 2012 Bill and Calamity Jane, the spirit and monument to Crazy Horse. The glorious landscape of Yellowstone and the Badlands where God and surely the devil had a hand in creating (rll explain that another time). A beautiful, awesome, inspiring country we have. But all in all it's nice to be home. Here Yet. Here Yet. Friday night the Sons are serving up Loin of Pork, mashed potatoes, applesauce, salad and all the accoutrements for a great community feed. And benefit for Julain Little Lague, Advance tickets available at the Legion. A quick note, I was working at the Legion last Friday night and was surprised and delighted by the number of calls asking whether there was a dinner that night. Seems the word is getting out. Thanks for your support. i SoPs of me American Legion :- Lincoln Deming Unit Post 468 ,,;. Loin of Pork Mashed Potatoes Applesauce, Salad, . Dessert Ji  Benefiting Julian Youth Baseball l /II Friday- May 25 Ik oo 5:30 until 8 oolil ).o._ Non I'ront 2nd & Washington Do.a,o. Julian. Ca. College Applications continued from page 9 Students who qualify for fee waivers can take up to six SAT Subject Tests for free. For more information on the SAT Subject Tests, including how to register and which tests to consider taking, visit http://sat.collegeboard. org/about-tests/sat-subject-tests. PETS OF THE WEEK n 7 Zinnia s a 1 year old female brown tabby who weighs about 71bs who arrived at the shelter as a stray. She has a friendly, outgoing personality with all humans and enjoys the company of other cats. She would be a great companion for a household looking for a second furry feline. Zinnia spends most of her day cat napping and so gets passes up for more rambunctious kittys. Wake her up and take her out to play by asking for ID#A1464171 Tag#C899. She can be adopted for $58. Nadia is a 3 year old female Pit Bull Mix who weighs about 531bs. She has been waiting patiently for her forever home since January. In the meantime, she has become a staff and volunteer favorite with her easy going personality, eagerness to learn new tricks, and would be a great walking or jogging partner. Nadia had grown past the destructive puppy phase but still has plenty of energy to play with her new family. Meet by asking for ID#A1453755 Tag#C392. She can be adopted for $69. All adoption fees include vaccinations, spaying/neutering (upon adoption), a microchip and free Vet visit. Dog fees also include a 1 year license. Zinnia and Nadia are at our Central County Shelter, 5480 Gaines Street, San Diego. The Shelter hours are 9:30AM to 5:30PM, Tuesday through Saturday or visit for more information.