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12 The Julian News Judy Raines Julian v.. Clark 760--604--1946DRE #01350842 and the entire Back Country 760-803-3582D00.0,092,97 Experienced In All Aspects of Real Estate - Including Short Sale Negotiations i' We have homes in Julian and the back country starting with the price of $125,000. They are in i good areas and are all sizes. Call us today for a list with pictures or to see any of these homes. 3205 Pera Alta Dr. Home in Beautiful Pine Hills,is on one acre with many oaks in a park like setting,Large front porch, patio in back of home with spa,fenced and very private, cathedral ceilings comfortable living room with efficient wood-burning stove, light and bright family room with many windows.Priced way below owner's costs. ! ..... $289,000 Beautiful piece of property with lots of natural vegetation. The pad, septic and water meter remain. A rebuild is possible. The location is excellent, with Cuyamaca Woods - 2.51 Acres, Wonderful a great view of the woods and a small pond. Access Land Beautiful View, Water Meter, Drive Way, Pad, !s all paved yet very private and quiet. The property Easy Access. Come Build your Dream Home. Is off the grid so you will need solar and a generator. Owner very easy to work with. $40,000 THIS LOAN IS HERE NOW!!! IS YOUR HOME LOAN UNDERWATER? HAVE YOU MADE YOUR LAST 6 PAYMENTS ON TIME? 1T TOOK THEM A WHILE BUT THE LOAN IS NOW HERE AND WE ARE CLOSING LOANS. FOR THE NORMAL LOAN IN YOUR AREA, WE ARE LOOKING AT HIGH 37o TO LOW 4070. CALL ME WITH THE ADDRESS AND YOUR NAME AND I WILL GO ON SITE TO SEE IF YOUR LOAN WAS SOLD TO FANNIEMAE OR FREDDIEMAC. IN MANY CASES YOU CAN GO FROM A 30 YEAR TO A 15 OR 20 YEARS LOAN AND NOT INCREASE YOUR PAYMENT, 1N MANY CASES PAYMENT WILL BE LOWER. OFFER EXPIRES DECEMBER 31ST, 2013. GET IT STARTED NOW WHILE RATES ARE DOWN. ONCE AGAIN IF THIS LOAN DOES NOT MAKE SENSE TO YOU 1 WON'T PUT YOU INTO IT. ANY O..UESTIONS PLEASE CONTACT ME. RULE OF THUMB IF 1 CAN COVER MY COSTS IN A 5 YEAR PERIOD IT MAKES SENSE. IN MANY CASES WE ARE COVERING COSTS IN LESS THAN 2 YEARS. ALSO DOING FHA, VA, CONVENTIONAL, LOG HOMES, MANUFACTURED HOMES Mike AND CONSTRUCTION LOANS. McIntosh CALL ME WITH QUESTIONS... MORTGAGE LFNDER 619-561-6241 NMLS#:226000 FAX: 619-749-3667 BACK COUNTRY CELL: 619-316-7732 SPECIALIST " 6370 LUSK BLVD, F209 SAN DIEGO, CA 92121 California ResidentiaI Mortgage Lendlng Act 813-G596 LENDER tzINANCI INC.  .....   '''" ..... oIco,,,o ........ ,,., LUERS & DYER CPAS, LLP CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS 760 765-0343 R EBECCAorJAN Wynola Center, 4367 Hwy. 78, Suite 112 Santa Ysabel, CA 92070 In 2011, St. Louis' David Freese became the sixth player to win MVP awards in the league championship series and World Series in the same year. Name three of the first five. 2. Alan Ashby caught three no- hitters during his 17-year major- league career. Name two of the pitchers. 3. Name the last football team other than Oklahoma or Texas to win the Big 12 Conference championship game. 4. Which two players have won the most NBA All-Star Game MVP awards? 5. True or false: The New Jersey Devils have never been swept in a playoff series. 6. When was the last time before 2012 (Andy Murray) that a British tennis player won the gold medal in men's Olympic singles? 7. Fred Couples set a record in 2012 as the oldest golfer (52) to hold the overnight lead at the Masters. Who had held the record? Answers on page 16 Intermountain Republican Women Federated October Meeting This month's meeting will be held Monday, October 22nd , 10:45a.m. atthe home of Barbara DeGraw, 3889 Daley Flat Rd in Julian. This is our Harvest table fundraiser with baked goods, jams, fruits & veggies. Please call 760-789-7332 for directions if needed. Sally Westbrook, a realtor at TL&Associates in Ramona, California, will speak on the issue of Human Trafficking. She has been in the real estate industry for over 20 years and began her career in the mortgage industry. She has been associated with Soroptimists since 2002 and, as past president of Soroptimist International of Ramona, introduced the National program of Human Trafficking to the club. She serves Soroptimists as the Regional Membership Chair and also serves on the District Leadership Council. She is a Director for the Ramona Chamber of Commerce and received recognition as Ambassador of the Year for 2009. As a member of San Diego Association of Realtors, She has served on the Government Affairs Committee and received recognition from Assemblyman Brian Jones for her community volunteer service. She shares her passion for Human Trafficking with Community Service. Reservations must be made by October 15th, cost is $15.00 For more information call: Sallie McKelvey 760-789-7332 email Intermountain RWF welcomes members, spouses and guests from Ramona, Julian, Santa Ysabel and surrounding areas. by Bill Fink The Heroes Among Us The Civil War, The Indian Wars, Korean Campaign 1871, Spanish American War, Samoan Civil War, Philippine-American War, Boxer Rebellion, Mexican Expedition, Occupation of Haiti, Dominican Republic Occupation, WWl, Nicaragua Occupation, WWlI, Korea, Viet Nam, USS Liberty Incident, Mogadishu, Iraq, and Afghanistan. All these armed engagements of the United States be they righteous or circumspect had one thing in common. They produced men and yes a woman who rose to incredible heights of bravery and selflessness and were awarded The Medal Honor. Since the inception of the award during the Civil War, through May of this year there have been 3,459 recipients. Only 81 were living at the time. Since WWII more than half the awards were made posthumously. Considering the millions of men that served the nation, the Medal of Honor is a rare honor. After reading dozens of accounts of the actions of American heroes in battle, t he lump in my throat grew tighter at their heroism, savagery in battle, and their selflessness and love for their comrades in arms. There is a common theme in the description in the official reports of their deeds. "Gallant action and total disregard for his personal well being. Saved his men from certain injury or death. At the risk of his life. In the highest tradition of the military service that reflects great credit on him. For conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity at the risk of his life. Above and beyond the call of duty. Self sacrifice. Personal heroism. Indomitable courage," The country owes these heroes. They are rare and to have one living among us is an honor. In the near future we will hold a dinner at the American Legion Post that is jointly sponsored by The American Legion, the Ladies Auxiliary, and the Sons of the American Legion to honor Americas' Medal of Honor recipients. Changing gears on my three- speed for a moment, there's a great group hitting the Julian streets on Friday. The Ride 430 Challenge is a group of cyclists (the pedaling kind) that take donations based on completing a four-day, four hundred thirty mile ride. Over the past four years they've raised $825,000.00 that they donate to organizations that help injured service men and women and their children. On October 10, sixty four cyclists will leave Scottsdale, AZ for a 430-mile ride ending at Camp Pendleton. Julian is on the route and the riders should be hitting town before dark so if you see them, an enthusiastic wave would be appreciated. A donation would even be nicer. I don't know if they're aware of the serious vertical it takes to get up here but I've had cars that would have trouble getting up this hill. The primary beneficiary is the Injured Marine Semper Fi Fund. They have recently added the Marsoc Foundation and Knights of Heroes to their beneficiary list. All these groups supply financial assistance, scholarships, adaptive sports equipment, and summer camp for kids to our Warriors and their families. You can get more information about them at AND NOW! Coming to a town with a power outage like yours, The Legion Post is making arrangements to serve meals at a nominal cost to the community when the power goes down. Don't forget that the Post has invested in itself and the community by installing a generation system. When the power goes out with all its unintended robbery of the comforts of life like heat, light and hot food, your local Post will be humming and serving the community. More later as plans develop. American Legmn Aux, l,ary Membership Dues Dues are $20 not $25 and juniors are $5/. Receive the early bird special dinner in Novemeber by paying no later than October 31st. October 10,.2612 (NAPSA)--To reduce the threat of West Nile virus, you must elim- inate standing water in gutters. Rainhandler replaces your gut- _"-._... o ,, "- I [ ters-- no standing water ever. It converts roof runoff t0 rain-sized drops spread away from your home. Get more information at or phone 800-942-3004. *$$ Deadline for submitting to the Julian News is Friday at Noon. St. Elizabeth Church 00invitesyou to the00 17 Annual 00KTOBERFES Saturday & Sunday I October 13 & !4 th, 2012 11 :OOam to 4.00pm ,--"- - --in-!! 16 ic and I]an00 'al ;'I ] Mull I, ...... :" II Great ApP le pies.. ?]I,L In he2 RaobrOb:;okrPaat ikio:g aLl;tT;;_7si_l 58ee t 1 PETS OF THE WEEK Cupcake is a spayed 2 year old Poodle Mix who weighs about 231bs. She was found dirty and matted outside a school and a kind teacher brought herto the shelter in hopes her owner could claim her. No one has stepped up to claim Cupcake so she has an entire class full of school kids rooting for her adoption. Cupcake loves to play with all kinds of toys and is very loving and friendly once she warms up to you. Meet her by asking for ID#A1492780 Tag#C164. Cupcake can be adopted for $69. Sucheta is a spayed 7 year old Torbie/White feline who weighs about 131bs. You may hear her before you see her as she has an incredibly loud purr. Sucheta is a total flirt and loves hanging out with her human pals for attention. Affectionate and friendly, she loves being petted and getting her head rubbed. Sucheta can also be seen dipping her paws into her water dish and then licking the water off. Meet this lovely lady by asking for ID#A1481416 Tag#C946. She can be adopted for the Senior Fee of just $35. All adoption fees include vaccinations, spaying/neutering (upon adoption), a microchip and free Vet visit. Dog fees also include a 1 year license. Cupcake and Sucheta 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.