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10 The Julian News Veronica Clark 760-803-3582 We Buyers Judy Raines 760-604-1946 If You're Readyto List DRE #01092197 DRE #01350842 Experienced In All 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 Off Old Julian Highway-- Ramona Lovely piece of property 14.32 acres in an A72 agricultural area. Natural Vegetation. Well and septic needed. Many possible agricultural uses. Grove, flowers, vineyard. Room for home and planting. $199,000 Windfall Trail - Shelter Valley Great level lot, close to California hiking and riding trails and only 15 minutes from Julian. The property has been serveyed and all comers marked. Good well area. $25,000 by Bill Fink September 11, 2001 December 7, 1941 was "a date which will live in infamy". A day, almost seventy-two years ago when Pearl Harbor was attacked and 2,402 Americans died and 1,282 were wounded. We honor and acknowledge this day and pay homage to those who died. In America we will never forget. On September 11th, 2001 just 12 years ago, the American homeland was attacked and 2,977 people were killed. Two thousand six hundred and six were killed at the World Trade Center either from impact, fire, smoke or dust inhalation or from falling debris An estimated two hundred souls either fell or leapt to their death to escape the fiery hell of the burning towers. Sixty-two Police officers and Paramedics were killed doing their duty. Three hundred forty three Fire Fighters ran into the buildings and confronted hell on earth and perished trying to save others. One Fire Fighter was killed by a doomed soul falling from the heights of the towers. In all, two hundred forty six airline passengers on four aircraft died. This included the forty brave passengers aboard United flight 93 that fought for control of their hijacked plane and caused it to crash in a field in Shanksville, PA before it could cause any more death and destruction. American Airlines flight 77, crashed into the Pentagon and one hundred and twenty five people were killed. This attack caused America to engage in war that was costly in the lives of our young and the treasure of our nation. If you are young, you probably don't notice that life in America changed. If you have clear memory of the decades before 9-11 you understand that America has changed forever. While Pearl Harbor Day seems to have lost its significance in this modern era, the "date that will live in infamy" is honored at American Legions across the country. September 11th is another day that we will never forget as long as there is an American Legion Post that honors those important dates, men, women and pivotal events in American history. At the American Legion, the public is always invited to important American functions. The men and women of the Legion are the keepers of the flame when it comes to remembering those that came before. American history is kept alive and honored withi the Legion walls and the door is open to all who feel the sacrifice of the Americans that came before deserves their honor. This Wednesday, September 11, there will be a ceremony at the Legion to honor the day and the sacrifice of all the innocents that lost their lives in the horrific infernos. The event will begin at 6:00 P.M. There will be a twenty- one-gun salute, the highest Military honor. At the ceremony, the Legion will present plaques and American flags with all the Fire Fighter's and Policemen's names that perished. They will be presented to the Julian Station #56 and Cuyamaca Station #57 Volunteer Fire Departments. Cal Fire Stations #50 and #51 will also be honored. Firemen throughout our nation feel a kinship with the Fire Fighters that lost their lives at the Twin Towers. Fire Fighters throughout this land rush into the inferno every day to save us. The American Legion recognizes this and wants to honor the brave men and women in our community. After the ceremony there will be a potluck dinner for ever'yone. The Legion Family, The Legion, the Ladies Auxiliary and the, Sons of the American Legion host this event. We as a family, feel this is an important event. We want adults and children to be there. We want Moms and Dads to use this as a teachable mment for your children. Withoul you, Americanism and the passng of our history will perish. The American Legion is made up of Men and Women who have either served their country in the Military or are descendents of Military men and women and serve their community in their honor. We are of all colors, creeds, and political ideology. In Julian our membership is in excess of six hundred members. You probably know one of us. We are your friends and neighbors and we are the ones that work hard to make sure your children don't have to do without. We would like you to be there on Wednesday because September 11th is a day "We", at the Legion will never forget. We want people the world over and especially you, to never forget. We would like you, to teach your children well. Hear Yel Hear Yel There are two more Legion events coming this month. Everyone is invited to honor POW/ M/A day for a ceremony and potluck on Friday September 20th beginning at 6 P.M. AND... on September 28tth the annual Chili Cook-off with the Ladies Auxiliary in the lead for the first time, takes place in an all day event with a great band (The Fabulous Nomads, remember them from =The Dance") hot dogs for chili slathering, beer, wine and soft drinks. There are spots open I if you'd like to try your recipe on an adoring chili loving public. Call ! the Legion at 760 765-0126 or go to the website at JulianPost468. org for applications, rules and information. Squirrel-Proof Birdfeeder (NAPSA)-If your heart takes wing at the sight of birds in your yard, consider these seven suggestions for saving the seeds you leave them from squirrels: 1. Location: Mount birdfeeders on a smooth metal pole at least six feet high. Prune any branches within a 12-foot radius. 2. Baffles: Install baffles, at least 15 inches wide and sloped, between the top of the feeder and its hanger or between the ground and the feeder. 3. Spinners: String spinners on a horizontal line. 4, Seed: Squirrels are less attracted to nyger, millet, safflower, canary and canola seeds. 5. Clean: Remove any debris and spilled seed from around the feeder. 6. Traps: Live traps can harmlessly catch and relocate squirrels. 7. Squirrel-Proof Feeders: There are several kinds. Squirrel- resistant feeders have doors that close when triggered by the squirrel's weight. Metal feeders help minimize the damage from hungry squirrels. Wire cages around a birdfeeder can keep squirrels out but may prevent large birds from accessing the feeder as well. You can also get a humane and effective interactive birdfeeder. The Squirrel Boss Bird Feeder has a remote control operated by you from inside your house. When you press it, the offending squirrel gets a harmless static shock that tingles but doesn't hurt. Learn more at www. squirrelboss.com or (888) 476-9499. Or check out what is available locally at the Birdwatcher. The only way to keep your health is to eat what you don't want, drink what you don't like, and do what you'd rather not. -- Mark Twain The Brawny Brand Stands Strong With Wounded Warrior Project To Support Our Nation's Heroes (NAPSA)-The physical, mental and emotional wounds of military service take a tremendous amount of strength to overcome. The Brawny(r) brand admires this strength and is proud to stand strong alongside Wounded Warrior Project(r) (WWP) and honor the strength of injured service members. WWP is a national organization dedicated to honoring and empowering Wounded Warriors as they recover and transition back to cMlian life. Following a successful partnership last year, the Brawny(r) brand is making a direct donation of $250,000 to WWP to benefit Wounded Warriors and their families. To raise further awareness for the cause, the Brawny(r) brand will donate an additional $1, up to $350,000, for every individual who: shares a "Thank You" note on the Brawny(r) Towels Facebook, "likes" Brawny(r) paper towels on Facebook, or texts THANKS to 272969. The Brawny(r) "Inner Strength" initiative will continue through December 31, 2013. Donations raised from the campaign will benefit a variety of programs and services WWP offers to help foster the most successful, well- adjusted generation of wounded service members in our nation's history. For more information or to see how you can get involved, visit www.facebook.com/ brawnytowels. For more information on WWP, visit www. woundedwarriorproject.org. September ll, 2013 ban g.state !f00C00Z('e Pr00, C'Mam00ement , Matthew Pitman, broker, SRES 760-212-8661 www.sandiegochoicere.com - broker@sdchoicere.com 1459 Hollow Glen Rd - CA BRE 1721750 PETS OF THE WEEK i Elton is a 2 year old neutered Pit Bull who weighs 751bs. He is an active guy who loves his human pals and is always up for a cuddle session. He is a volunteer favorite who has been at the shelter for way too long. Elton is a strong guy who needs experienced pet parents to continue his training. Volunteers have even offered to pay for his first 3 training sessions with local trainer because they adore him that much. Meet this love bug by asking for ID#A1526360 Tag#C297. Elton can be adopted for $69. Katya Katya is a 1.5 year old spayed Torbie who weighs about 111bs. She is the friendliest cat at the shelter[ To get your attention, Katya will stick her paws through the cage doors to touch you and ask if you will let her out to play. She wants to meet and play with every cat she encounters, doesn't mind being picked up and held, and has a gentle way about her. She will make a wonderful companion for any family! Meet Katya by asking for ID#A1526032 Tag#C897. She can be adopted for $58. All adoption fees include vaccinations, spaying/neutering (upon adoption), a microchip and free Vet visit. Dog fees also include a I year license. E/ton and Katya 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 www.sddac.com for more information. % ,m=m 1. When was the last time before 2012 (Washington Nationals) that a baseball team from Washington, D.C., made the playoffs? 2. Baseball great Hank Aaron never had a Triple Crown season, but he led the N.L. in each of the three categories at least twice. Which one did he lead in the most? 3. Which team stopped the University of Wisconsin's 21-game home winning streak in football in 2012? 4. Since the Chicag O Bulls won the last of their six titles in 1998, which conference has won more NBA championships -- Eastern or Western? 5. When was the last time before 2013 that the Ottawa Senators won an NHL playoff series? 6. Who was the last gymnast before Gabby Douglas in 2012 to be named The Associated Press Female Athlete of the Year? 7. In 2013, Inbee Park became the second female golfer to win the first three majors of the LPGA season. Who was the other? Answers on page 14 00liita 00ofunte00r 00ire O00art0000nt Car Sho00 Pit Ci00Q 00unafr00tr Saturday, October 5 t" a 5OLC3 cfar/tab orgmuua/o. Barbeque: 11:00 am to 3:00 pm Menu: Por00 Tur00, Coi-&00, & 00t.to Sa00i Adu: $10.00 (One drink included) Children under 12:$5.00 (One drink included) NO BYOB Raffle Drawing: 12:00 noon to 2:00 pm 'We uFd F to have baFcc-sale iteras donated/or the raft& Raffle Tickets: $1.00 each or 12 for $10.00 Raffle tickets will be available at the door or at the Ranchita Store Please put your name arl telephone number on the reverse of the tickat. Car Show Registration: 10:00 am - 11:00 am Car Show: 11:00 am - 2:00 pm Car Show Voting: up to 1:00 pm Awards: 2:00 pm Cars:. Op to Af[ Corette. & Pr-lgZ4A,dcan Peop 's Cir. Trophies Speciaf guest" Andy Smith of the San Diego Car Co'E, Honoring San Diago Antique Drag Racers and Car Clubs. Local Residents may pick up an entry form for the car show at the Ranchita Store If you can donate any time to help, please contact: Robert Watkins at 760 315-2932 or Bruce Thompson at 760 670-8214