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1 ;' The Julian News September 10, 2003 2T: Robert Underhiil, Attorney-at-Law Your Local Legal Resource (760) 765-2934 "k In Julian Historic District * Always a FREE Initial Consultation Business, Corporation, Criminal, Entertainment, Real Estate, Water, and a Select General Practice Member of California State Board Since 1980 COLDWELL BANKER ASSOCIATES REALTY Your Personal Agent- Duetta Bellamy Whether you are interested in real estate for an investment, business, or a home or ranch, every transaction should be fully investigated by someone with experience extensive enough to ensure you that both parties receive dollar-for-dollar value. For the best interest of any readers contemplating .selling or buying, a wise preliminary step would be to consult with Duetta Bellamy at COLDWELL BANKER ASSOCIATES REALTY located at 2130 Main St. in Ramona. Phone Duetta personally at (619) 417-3583. She can be relied upon for astute judgment as to values of all types of property for miles around. At the same time, she has established a reputation for fast action on buying or selling and completing transactions. Thank you for your continued business. VENDORS WANTED For the Julian Lions Club HIGH MARKS FOR LOCAL 4H CLUBS AT FAIR Continued from page 1 show day for swine. There are ten members from our 4H Club who worked hard on a Swine Project. The Swine Project group earned, three 1 = place blue ribbons, four 2 r place red ribbons, and three 3 ' place white ribbons. Show day for beef was Friday and this project group also did very well. Ashley Brooking received a 2 d place, Cameron Drown received a 1 st place, Rowlynda Moretti received a 1 = place (her steer was 2 ' in the entire weight class!). Rowlynda also received a 2 d place in Junior Beef Showmanship, Casey Peyakov received a 1 't place and Aaron Smith received a 2  place. In Home Ec/Industrial Arts, our club had a big variety of great projects to display. Camber McKenzie received Grand Champion for her division with a dress, bonnet and apron she sewed. Logan Peyakov also received Grand Champion for his photography, and a 1" place for his poster on fishing flies. Cameron Drown received a 1 't place ribbon for his poster on how to make your own halter, and a 2 e place with his leather CD case. Casey Peyakov received a 2  and 3 ' place for her jams, 3 rd place for her planter, 1 = place for her pickled peaches and a 1 ' place for her photography. Rowlynda Moretti received a 1 `t place for her Cowboy Cookies. Katherine Thompson received a 1 '{ place for her 7up cake and Victoria Thompson received a 1 't place for her Potato Chip cookies. Saturday, August 2 d was Auction day. All of the 4H kids kept extra busy, preparing their animals for auction, as well as, passing out water and soft drinks to the buyer's and con't from Page I 4H Clubs and Programs continue to thrive in the San Diego County Backcountry. spectators in the stands. It was a busy, stressful, hot, but very exciting day. Auction results are: Josh Biilimmia-swine, Tellam and Tellamn Cattle Company of Julian, $2.75/Ib; Ashley Brooking-beef, Aspin Drilling of Ramona, $2.50/Ib; Cameron Drown-beef, Sleeter Construction of Escondido and Lidco Inc. of Brawley, $2.50/Ib; Chelsea Feigel- swine, James Tobiason Grading of Ramona $3.50;'1b; Rowlynda Moretti-beef, Eagle Peak Escrow of Ramona, $4.50/Ib; Casey Peyakov-beef, Peak Relay, Klienman Construction, $2.25/Ib; Logan Peyakov- swine, EDCO Disposal of Ramona, $3.75/lb; Carolyn Savage-sheep, Don's Market of Santa Ysabel, $4.-50/Ib; Aaron Smith-beef, H&C Steam Cleaning, $2.25/Ib; Katherine Thompson-swine, Ramona Disposal of Ramona, $3.25/Ib; Victoria Thompson-swine, EDCO Disposal of Ramona, $3.75/Ib. The members of the Santa Ysabel/Julian 4H Club would like to thank the buyers who ,elp to support our projects. We really preciate you! We would also like to thank our family and friends who make it all IX.Ssiblef We are looking forward to another great year in 4H! DEADLINES THURSDAY, 2:00 p.m. (6 days prior to the next issue) PHYSICAL LOCATION: 1453 Hollow Glen Road, Julian, CA 92036 MAILING ADDRESS: P.O. Box 639, Julian, CA 92036 TELEPHONE: (760) 765-2231 * FAX: (760) 765-1838 OFFICE HOURS: Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. AFTER-HOURS DROP BOX Soundings Business Service Center 1459 Hollow Glen Road, Julian, CA 92036 and '-_--- [ hang out with the band. I I L I lian Art Gui " I Ju ANon-ProfitOrganization Id II 11 A Sund::iiN;us Tour ( N'I' Los Angeles County Museum of Art ['[[_''[ FACULTY "French Masterworks" from the Pushkin Museum, Moscow I Tuesday SEPTEMBER 16, 20031 Departs 8:00 am (SHARP) from Julian Town Hall Returns 8:00 pm (approx) $45.00 members "ri_ " i-- .... $50.00 non-members "qi'[os eta_ Olic  ale t_ Includes: 1) Charter bus round-trip "rt -g. te 2) Hors d'oeuvres, wine & beer "*// ' 3) Admit one to museum tJ Make checks payable ASAP to: The Julian Arts Guild, P.O. Box 494, Julian, CA 92036 Questions ...... Call Joan 760.765.3388 Please bring water and wear comfortable shoes. Cafe is open for lunch & dinner at the museum. VS LADY EAGLES VARSn00 VOLLEYBALL TEAM 00EP00MBER 20, 200:3 7:00 PM - NIGH SCHOOL GYM Cs.oo - ADULT00 SEE YOU TMEP.E! I at Third and C Streets I Following the concert. make your own ice cream sundkaes All classified advertising All display ads, real estate ad% legal notices, legal name chan.qe% fictitious business name statements, etc. THURSDAY, ! 0:00 a.m. (6 days prior to the next issue) All articles, upcoming community events, letters to the editor, features, opinions TUESDAY, 2:00 p.m. (8 days prior to the next issue unless prior arrangements are made) Longtime columnists and contributors like Bob Stuart, Vee Lumpkins, Clint Powell, Greg Courson, and many others have earned the right to be called Senior Independent Contribub'ng Writers. Oh, by the way -- we also print other things we think you might want to know about such as meetings, special events, garage sales, performances, contests, births, deaths, graduations, marriages, hearings, budgets, estate notices, lost or found dogs or cats, fishing information, homes or land for sale or rent, automobiles and other vehicles for sale, commercial and residential rentals, roommate searches, personal ads, services offered, restaurant advertisements, school information, delinquent tax notices, business and govemment announcements, start-up or abandonment of fictitious business names, various Alcoholic Beverage Control ads, name changes, lien sales, AND... THE WEATHER/ I call this a "NEWS - paper." Sincerely yours, Michael Judson-Carr, the Editor B l u e gr a s s 5o" Wedding AmCcersar00 Festival William and Lillian Brekcnfeid of Julian, California are celebrating the golden anniversary of their wedding which took place in Anaheim, California on September Sat. & Sun. Sept. 20 & 21 l l, 1953. Mr. and Mrs. Brekenfeld will be honored by family and friends at a dinner buffet reception on For Details Call Sunday, the fourteenth of September, at the San Vicente Dave Baker at 765-3471 mn in Ramona, California. "'' r ____Bluegrass Coordinator "!i^ Me nghin i 17h An Wi n e rH This paper better be about what other people think instead of just espousing the ..- opinions of the editor. t 0 a.m.- p.r,,. We accept submissions from all people; however, this doesn't mean we will print  I  a,c o Volcan k,ountain them all. There are rules: NO slander, NO libel, NO defamation. Getyour points   Music All Da 9 and views straight. A basic'nowledge oT-{he Engl-sh language is essential. If you have trouble expressing yourself, gethelp/  Void,, )[ueras andJ ____..ountr 9 Mui All submissions may be followed by editorial comments. If you can't deal with criticism in life, don't write. PLACEMENT OF SUBMITTED ARTICLESLETTERSOPINIONS //// Coun II I Placement is the editor's choice. A letter may express thanks, condolences, or information about community events/organizations. A'letter may express support 1/7 for a previously published article, opinion, or position. A ranting, rambling diatribe  miles north o ,.Julian on Farmer F-,.oacJ about previously printed material is also genera/ly published as a letter. For morc information call (7 do)7 6 g-zo 7 z A well researched, rational, concise expression of a point of view earns an "opinion_" Anaccountofan event or club/organizational meeting is called "news" unless otherwise indicated.