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10 The Julian News September 9, 2009 Anza-Borrego Foundation Announces New Celestial Events Anza-Borrego Foundation's Institute announces its fall and winter astronomy events offering a closer look at the heavens. The Institute is now accepting registrations for this season's new lineup of classes, located in world-renowned Anza-Borrego Desert State Park in eastern San Diego County. Escape the city lights and head to the Anza- Borrego Desert for stargazing beyond compare. Program instructors include Dennis Mammana, noted astronomer and celestial photographer who has shared the wonder of the night sky with audiences around the world. The Institute's wide variety of celestial programs range from desert stargazing and photography to astronomy lectures. Whether you're new to the "sky scene," an amateur astronomer, or you simply want to be awed by the breathtaking views, Anza-Borrego Institute classes offer something for everyone. With Borrego Springs' recent designation as California's first International Dark Sky Community, this is the perfect time to explore the unparalleled night sky. Surrounded by the 600,000 acre Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, the clear the world's prime Stargazing locations. Anza-Borrego Institute 2009-2010 Celestial Events Desert Stargazing For Beginners October 17, 12:30 - 8:30 pm, Dennis Mammana This very popular workshop is designed to help you explore and enjoy Borrego's unparalleled dark skies. Evening stargazing will follow for in-the-field practice of new .skills. This class is also offered February 20, 2010, ABF Members $35/ Nonmembers $45 Desert Sky Photography For Beginners November 21, 12 - 7 pm, Dennis Mammana If you enjoy photography and are fascinated by the night sky, this hands-on course is for you! Learn to capture sunsets as well as nighttime photos of the stars, moon and planets. This course is also offered January 30, 2010. ABF Members $35/ Nonmembers $45 Desert Skies Outdoor please) to the Nierenberg Plaza at ABDSP Visitor Center. Suggested donation: $5 per session. Rain Of Fire November 7, 7 - 9 pm Get ready for winter meteor showers! Our Cosmic Address December 5, 7 - 9 pm Explore where we're located in this vast universe, and discover just how difficult it might be for anyone---or anything---to find us! 2010: A Celestial Preview January 23, 7 - 9 pm An exciting new year celestial events awaits! of From Dust To Dust... February 13, 7 - 9 pm Journey back in time, in search of our cosmic roots, and ponder our ultimate destiny. A Celestial Bucket List March 6, 7 - 9 pm The heavens are filled with amazing sights you won't want to miss! 1939 MAIN STREET I CORNEP, OFMAIN C STI%EETS |Beautiful 25 acre Pine H'"S Estate, the perfect setting! |for your weekend retreat, horse ranch or year-round 760 7G5 0192 |country living. The 2,744 sq. ft. Craftsman style home |was designed to include the outdoors and has MANY rv .j.r.TLI/LI T, p 0:pE:RTIE S. C0} |special features. !1 $999,999. Lecture Series Visit for a 114+ Lovely Acres with many mature trees and views to | Spectacular, Alpine log home with 3 BR., 2 BA, 3,544sq. Popular astronomer Dennis full list of Institute classes, 1N rthPeak 2Bedr m 2Bath 2 2 sq ftH mewith1ft n38acreswithpan ramicviews anamazingh me Mammana enlightens and covering topics such as botany, | attached 5-Car Garage and a 2 Bedroom,1 Bath Guest|with many luxury features. Included are horse facilities inspires us with the mysteries photography, paleontology, | House |and a spring-fed koi pond. of the cosmos, followed bynative cultures, desert wildlife, $1,195,000 . $2,950,000 , skies of Borrego Springs are uniquely protected from urban lights, making the area one of telescope viewing, weather permitting. Bring blanket and flashlight (red lens or covering, and more. Legion's Auxiliary Dinner "Special" For Ed Coltrin Friday nights fund raiser dinner for 'Special Ed' was a great success... See him surrounded by the American Legion Auxiliary ladies. I would like to say a thank you for those who supported our dinner, our food was great and donations given to help Ed were generous. ..I am so proud of my auxiliary ladies and the support of our legion & SAL .... You can quote me on that. Lori Arter, ALA president Eagles Football continued from page 1 went to the Hornets on downs. On the Hornets first play of the fourth quarter, the Hornets quarterback fumbled the hand off, which Senior linebacker John Linton quickly scooped up and hell bent for leather ran into the Hornets end zone for a first Eagles touchdown of the new season. Oswaldo put another extra point through the uprights and now a fired up Julian is on the move. John now has something his dad, Coach Bobo Linton (three year varsity letterman, Eagles class of '91) never had ........... a touchdown! Oswaldo booted the ball out of the endzone and the swatted Hornets set up their hive at their own 20. Calipat made a whole yard of offense and faced a fourth and nine. The Hornets faked the punt and picked up a first down at their 32. On the next play, the Hornets once again fumbled the ball. Senior tackle William Brown (the one and only as chronicled in previous editions of this esteemed journal) recovered the ball at Calipatria's 30. The Hornets were keying on Eddie when Cody Cornette took the ball on the 30. Will-he-go-all- Senior John Linton( 5 5 ) is congratulated by team mates after his fumble return for a touchdown. photo by Albie Stark 2 BR, 2.5 Bath, 2,060 sq. ft. Home on 2.5 Acres built in 1995. This cedar home with a 210 degree view from Lake Cuyamaca to Downtown San Diego and the coast includes a 650 sq.ft, deck and many dual-pane windows. There is also a 885 sq. ft. garage/workshop and many more special features. $549,000 JULIAN REALTY 2127 Main Street (Next to Town Hall) the-way, dragging 7 of the Hornet defenders with him to the Calipat 4. An offside penalty pushed Julian back to the 9, where Alberto launched a strike to Cody in the end zone. Touchdown! Oswaldo's extra point try was blocked so now the score is all even. 16 - 16 with 5:25 left to play in the game. 'Waldo booted it through the end zone again and the Hornets started at their own 20. The Hornets went into a quick offense and made three first downs. Calipat took a timeout after losing 3 yards and came back with a quarterback to running back lateral and a zooming pass to a wide open Hornets receiver at the Julian 5. Two plays later the Hornets score, leaving 35 seconds on the clock. The ever dangerous Jesse Lopez took Calipat's kickoff back 25 yards to the Julian 49. AIberto's first pass of the final series was intercepted at the You Could Have Heard, A Pin At a time when our president and other politicians tend to apologize for our country's prior actions, here's a refresher on how some of our former patriots handled negative comments about our country .... JFK's Secretary of State, Dean Rusk, was in France in the early 60's when DeGaule decided to pull out of NATO. De Gaule said he wanted all US military out of France as soon as possible.. : Rusk responded, "Does that include those who are buried here?" DeGaule did not respond. You could have heard a pin drop. When in England, at a fairly large conference, Colin Powell was asked by the Archbishop of Canterbury if our plans for Iraq were just an example of empire building by George Bush? Powell replied, "Over the years, the United States has sent many of its fine young men and women into great peril to fight for freedom beyond our borders. The only amount of land we have ever asked for in return is enough to bury those that did not return." You could have heard a pin drop. There was a conference in France where a number ,of international engineers were taking part, including French and American. During a break, one of the French engineers came back into the room saying, "Have you heard the latest dumb stunt Bush has done? He has sent an aircraft carrier to Indonesia to help the tsunami victims. What does he intend to do, bomb them?" A Boeing engineer stood up and replied quietly: "Our carriers have three hospitals on board that can treat several hundred people; they are nuclear powered and can supply emergency electrical power to shore facilities; they have three cafeterias with the capacity to feed 3,000 people three meals a day, they can produce several thousand gallons of fresh water from sea water each day, and they carry half a dozen helicopters for use in transporting victims and injured to and from their flight deck. We Drop from Shirley Doan have eleven such ships; How many does France have?" You could have heard a pin drop. A U.S. Navy Admiral was attending a naval conference that included Admirals from the U.S., England, Canada, Australia and Fresh Navies. At a cocktail reception, he found himself standing with a large group of officers that included personnel from most of those countries. Everyone was chatting away in English as they sipped their drinks, but a French admiral suddenly complained that, whereas Europeans learn many languages, Americans learn only English. He they asked, "Why is it that we always have to speak English in these conferences rather than speaking French?" Without hesitating, the American Admiral replied, "Maybe it's because the Brit's, Canadians, Assies's and Americans arranged it so you wouldn't have to speak German." You could have heard a pin drop. Robert Whiting, an elderly gentleman of 83, arrived in Paris by plane. At French Customs, he took a few minutes to locate his passport in his carry-on. "You have been to France before monsieur?" the customs officer asked. Mr. Whiting admitted that he had been to France previously. "Then you should know enough to have your passport ready." The American said, " The last time I was here, I didn't have to show it." "Impossible. Americans always have to show your passports on arrival in France!" The American senior gave the Frenchman a long hard look. Then he quietly explained, "Well, when I came ashore at Omaha Beach on D-Day in 1944 to help liberate this country, I could find a single Frenchman to show a passport to." You could have heard a pin drop... Most of us are proud to be an American. It's not what you gather, but what you scatter that tells what kind if life you've lived. One day we must come to see that peace is not merely a distant goal we seek, but that it is a means by which we arrive at that goal. We must pursue peaceful ends through peaceful means. - Martin Luther King Jr. Dennis Freiden Jane Brown.Darch6 Deborah Jane Kerch $775 000 -4 BR, 2.5 BA, 12.85 Acres. Colleen Kahenthaler 5.91 Acres - 3153 Williams Ranch Rd., Wynola,- High yield well, Approved for 4 BR home, Circular driveway, Lovely Views, Secluded location - $299,000 5252 Pine Hills Road - 6+ Acres, water meter, plans available - $249, Calipat 5as time ran out. * * * The Eagles may have lost their home opener, but the team will ,"~ ;~, f,/*~'/~ ". put it all together in the coming weeks and will be a force to be reckoned with in the Southern League. Next Friday, your Eagles travel to Mater Dei High School in Chula Vista to battle Sweden leads the world in newspaper readership with about 572 copies soicl The Rock Academy daily for every 1,000 people. / illltli 14 t]1,i, , -