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10 The Julian News October 5, 2011 A DIVISION OF BORREGO COMMUNITY HEALTH FOUNDATION We accept Healthy Families Insurance 765 2721 WASHINGTON STREET JULIAN. CA 92036 (Next To Town Hall) OPEN MONDAY - FRIDAY 8:00AM TO 5PM 24 HOUR ANSWERING SERVICE Tues & Thurs 8am ~td 2~m Fridays 8am - ]Noon 760- Summit THEOSOPHY CLASS IN JULIAN What is Theosophy? and How Does it Apply to Life? 760-765-1090 Sally & Jim Colbert Meets 1st & 3rd Sunday Mornings 10:30 a.m. to Noon CALL FOR DIRECTIONS © As Heard On The Streets Of Julian © by Eric Stamets Youth Catches 4 Foot Shark At Cuyamaca Lake Lake Cuyamaca featured their 13th Annual Free Kids Fishing Derby two weekends ago for 4 to 15 year aids. It sure is a good chance to introduce kids to the out of doors and something other than a video game. There are prizes for the biggest trout, but this year a young boy pulled a four foot shark out of the water. It is obviously someone's idea of a joke and the shark probably couldn't have survived too long in the fresh water although some do swim up estuaries into a mix of fresh and salt water. What will we have next at the lake? Dumped alligators and piranhas? Please don't get any stupid ideas! At any rate the boy was too frightened or embarrassed to turn the shark in, fearing being accused of planting it himself, so hardly anyone knew about it. Later upon further dissection and investigation, the boy would have won first place if he had turned in the trout he found in the shark's stomach that had been recently swallowed. In an update on the East African pirates that hijacked a row boat on the lake while vacationing here in June, they are still being held in jail in San Diego but are now applying for political asylum because they heard that that scaT almost always works. 6-Bed Full Service Hospice & ,,"'= ~ Dementia Case by Case License ~rt tO[ C¢1¢e #374601019 SUNCREST LODGE 34540 Engineers Road By Bill Fink WISDOM WITHIN H EALING ARTS The Tomb Of i the Guard• Guards never forget•" Acupre~ure The Unknowns This is considered sacred duty. The Sentinels Creed. & Senior • Craniosacral t Massage ". Massage Sacrifice, Honor, The training and preparation My dedication to this sacred are intense. The Soldier must duty is total and whole-hearted. Special ~ • xo~ga Tradition.~ have 'an immaculate record, In the responsibility bestowed on $48 / ]:E RemembranCe score extremely high on exams, me never will I falter. And with -; generally be a Veteran of hostile dignity and perseverance my Reg. Price Arlington National Cemetery engagements, and memorize standard will remain perfection. (760)310-8974 was established in 1864 during verbatim, eight pages of history, Through the years of diligence the Civil War. Arlington had facts and location of graves of and praise and the discomfort been the estateof Robert E. Lee those interred. Men must be of the elements, I will walk my Julian Yard Sale And Treasure Hunt continued from page 3 Julian News) to the Julian News,~ PC Box 639, Julian CA 93036. What are we going to do with the $5? We have decided TO GIVE 50% OF ALL THE MONEY COLLECTED to a LOCAL JULIAN CHARITY the remainder will help cover some of the printing costs• Important Note: If paying the five dollars is a hardship for you, please give me a call; and, I will happily make arrangements for you at no charge and no questions asked• It is important that you register with us before October 12 printing deadline, so that we can include your address on all the maps and free handouts. You may register after the October 12 deadline but you will miss having your address listed in the massive advertising campaign that begins immediately after. If you would like more information on this Saturday, October 22 event, feel free to call me, Rick Dyer. at 760-765-1111. Let's do what Julian does best, act together, please participate, and help our community• the commander of the Army of Northern Virginia. In Nove~nber 1921 an Unknown Soldier from WWl was interred there. In 1926 a military guard was posted at the Tomb. On July 1937 the first twenty-four hour guard was posted. On April 6, 1948 the 3rd U.S Infantry Regiment, "The Old Guard" became the Sentinels on permanent duty at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier• In 1948 an Unknown Soldier from WWll was interred, 1958 Korea, 1984 Vietnam. The Unknown Soldier from Vietnam was disinterred in 1998 after he was identified by DNA and the Vietnam crypt was rededicated in 1999. Our Soldiers from The Old Guard protect the Tomb 365 days a year, 24 hours a day, n the heat of summer, the cold of winter, n rain, blizzards and hurricanes. They never stop their sixty-three foot march, in 21 seconds, turn 90 degrees and face the tomb for 21 seconds. They turn, change their weapon to the shoulder furthest from the tomb, then take those 21 steps in 21 Seconds and repeat this process over and over again until they are relieved one hour later in winter or 30 minutes later in summer during the changing of between 5'11" and 6'4" and have a 30" waist• Women (there are three) must be between 5'8" and 6'2". Less than twenty percent of applicants that apply are accepted• Training is nine months all Guards are NCOs and after two years of service the Guard receives a wreath in conjunction with the badge they receive which they wear on their right breast pocket. Soldiers that earn the badge for this duty may not drink, curse, or engage in any behavior that might bring discredit upon the tcmb. This badge may be revoked even after the completion of service• Five hundred twenty five badges for this duty have been awarded for this duty in the past 51 years. Nine have been revoked. Preparation for duty takes approximately five hours• Steel tapped shoes, uniforms, brass buttons, buckles and medals are immaculately polished, and pressed and the Guard dresses in front of a full-length mirror. At the changing of the Guard the inspection is merciless and unforgiving. Duty is for 24 hours• Why? Because "Soldiers never die until they are forgotten, Tomb tour in humble reverence to the best of my ability. It is he who commands the respect I protect, his bravery that made us so proud. Surrounded by well meaning crowds by day, alone in the thoughtful peace of night, this soldier will in honored glory rest under my eternal vigilance. On the wall in the Tomb Guard quarters it reads, You are the gleaming pride of the American soldier. Guard the Unknown Soldier because he is "America the beautiful" God bless the sentinel and we salute you all. Another beautiful day in America, Ooh Rah. Here Ye/ Here/ The Legion hosts Friday night Dinner this week. Steak and potatoes are the fare this week with veggie, salad, rolls and dessert rounding out the menu. Ten bucks, I am not kidding. Steak dinners are popular and oftensell out. For advance tickets call the Legion at 0126 or get there early. October 15th, CHILI CONTEST. Call for entry details but even if you're not cooking be there to taste the entries in the biggest Chili contest west of the Mississippi. Riiiight. Ask Pastor Rick for forty years. He was known in particular for developing an approach to translation -- and a method of training translators that has influenced translators of religious and secular literature. Philip Stine, in a phone interview, said,"The genius of Nida was drawing on linguistics, anthropology, and communication science, what did they believe? Before he became a disciple of Jesus, Simon was a member of a militant Jewish political party called The Zealots• The Zealots were a quasi-political group founded by Judas of Galilee in 7. A.D. They resented the taxation imposed on their nation by the Romans. Josephus wrote that Judas taught his followers, "No The Zealots were generally hot- blooded and did not hesitate to use violence to accomplish their goals. It was a band of Zealots who perished in the Roman siege of Masada. Rick Hill is the Senior Pastor at Hillside Community Church on 3rd and C Streets in Julian, CA. Direct all questions and correspondence to: or Hillside Community Church, to develop an approach to God but Jehovah; no tax but Religion In The News, Box 973, translation know as 'dynamic to the temple; no friend but a Julian, CA, 92036• (Opinions in this column do not necessarily express equivalence'. (Stine is the author Zealot." They were pledged to the views of Julian News. its editor, of a biography, "Let the Words Be drive the Roman's out. of their or employees•) Written: The Lasting Influence of country at any price. Members of Eugene A. Nida) "You could take people with very unsophisticated %~ o~ " In TheNews linguistic backgrounds a_nd 1( CO~ "]l actually train them, using Nida s The Rev. Eugene A. Nida, methods." a linguist and Baptist minister Mr. Nida also played an active I~, by Larry Cox '~l known for recruiting and training role in creating the Good News Bible, a colloquial English- language edition produced by the Bible society and published in two volumes -- the New Testament in 1966, and the combined Old and New Testaments in 1976. (Source: The New York Times, summarized by Pastor Rick) Ask Pastor Rick / have read the name, Simon the Zealot, in the Gospels many times. Who were the Zealots and cover and cook an additional 20 to 25 minutes. Serve over chow mein noodles and sprinkle with the green onions• Makes 6 servings. (Additional information provided by Janet Hackert Nutrition and Health Education Specialist, University of Missouri Extension.) Burger King Q: I have a stuffed Burger King doll from the early 1970s. I have been offered $75 for it. What is your advice? -- Steve, Stigler, Okla• A: I suggest you take the money, since your item is valued at about $20 in Toys and Prices, edited by Sharon Korbeck and Dan Stearns (Krause, $19.95). Q: My family owned a dairy. farm in Iowa during the 1930s and '40s. Recently, I discovered an assortment of old glass milk bottles, several copper containers, two churns and other related items• I would like to know if there is a market for old dairy memorabilia. -- Susan, Rio Rancho, N.M. A: Julian Gottlieb is an expert and serious collector. He also edits an excellent newsletter for enthusiasts, "The Milk Route." His contact information is 18 Pond Place, Cos Cob, CT 06867• For $25, you can get a membership to The National Association of Milk Bottle Collectors and a subscription for the newsletter. Q: I started grade school during the autumn of 1955 and skipped off to meet the school bus with a Howdy Doody lunchbox. I still have it. It is in excellent condition, and I would now like to sell it but have no idea of what I should ask for it. --Frank, Marion, Ill. A: Your Howdy Doody lunchbox is probably worth in the $250 to $350 range. Q: I have two issues of The National Geographic Magazine from 1925. Do they have any value? -- Cratus, Russellyille, Ale. A: Not really. Most issues from the 1920S and '30s sell in the $2 to $7 range, depending on content and condition• Q: I have a Westclox Big Ben that is quite old. The mainspring is broken, and I have not been able to find a repairman to fix it. -- Norbert, Albuquerque, N.M. A: Three clock-repair businesses in your city are Clocks & More, 8226 Menaul Blvd. NE, 87110; M&H Clock and Watch Repair, (505) 265-7011; and Mountain Time Clock Repair, (505) 888-9714. Write to Larry Cox in care of King Features Weekly Service, P.O.. Box 536475, Orlando, FL 32853-6475, or send e-mail to questionsforcox@ aoLcom. Due to the large volume of mall he receives, Mr. Cox is unable to personally answer all reader questions. Do not send any materials requiring return mail. @ 2011 King Features Syndicate, Inc. native speakers to translate Scripture into a host of languages around the world, died on Aug. 25, 2011 at his home in Madrid. He was 96. The American Bible Society, his Iongtime employer, announced the death. Widely considered the fathe r of modern Bible translation, Mr. Nida (pronounced NYE- duh) was the head of the Bible society's translation program Chef's Corner continued from page 6 bag crispy chow mein or rice noodles 3 green onions, white and green parts, cut into 1-inch pieces 1. In 3 1/2 to 4-quart slow cooker, combine chicken and soy sauce; mix to coat evenly. Add the stir-fry vegetables and reserved pineapple juice. Stir to combine• Cover; cook on low setting for 4 to 5 hours. 2. In small bowl, combine sweet-and-sour sauce, cornstarch and gingerroot or powdered ginger; and stir until well-blended. Stir into chicken mixture• Add pineapple chunks; stir gently to mix. 3. Increase heat setting to high; Angela Shelf Medearis is an award-winning children's author, a culinary historian and the author of seven cookbooks• She's known as The Kitchen Dive and is the executive producer and host of "The Kitchen Dive!" cooking show on Her latest cookbook is "The Kitchen Dive .Cooks/" Her new inspirational book is "Ten Ingredients for a Joyous Life and a Peaceful Home -- A Spiritual Memoir" and was co- written with Pastor Salem Robinson Jr. (www.dunnsmemoriaLcom) Visit her website at © 2011 King Features Syndicate, Inc. Sarah is a 4 year old female Boxer Mix who arrived at the shelter as a stray. Friendly and energetic, Sarah is a great escort for walks, jogs, and trail hikes. She deserves to be included and loved as a member of the family and in return she will be a loyal companion for many years to come. Bring your current pooch to the shelter for a meet and greet with Sarah to see if they are compatible by asking for ID#A1423762 Tag#C649. spritely bundle of energy has a beautiful reddish coat, and a fun personality that will bring a spark to your home. What family wouldn't be even better with a bundle of fuzzy companionship on cooler Fall evenings watching football on TV, cold Winter nights cuddled up in bed, and of course, every time in between. Ask for ID#A1421413 Tag#C852 when visiting the shelter. Now through October 31st all adoption fees are reduced to only $25! In addition, adoption fees for a second furry companion will be entirely waived! All adoption fees include vaccinations, spaying/ neutering (upon adoption), a microchip and free Vet visit• Dog fees also include a 1 year license. Sarah and Margo 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. for more information.