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14 The Julian News October 13, 2010 NURSERY" GARDEN CHILDREN'S SERVICES RIDING LESSONS RENTALS PRAYER to the Blessed Virgin (never known to fail) O, most beautiful flower of Mt. Carmel, fruitful vine, splendor of heaven; blessed Mother of the Son of God, Immaculate Virgin assist me in my necessity. O, star of the sea, help me show and show me here you are my Mother. O, Holy Mary, Mother of God, Queen of Heaven and Earth, I humbly beseech you from the bottom of my heart to succor me in my necessity. (Make request).There are none that can withstand your power. O, Mary conceived without sin, pray for us who have recourse to thee (say 3 times). Holy Mother, I place this prayer in your hands. (say 3 times). Say this prayer for 3 consecutive days. You must publish and it will be granted to you. Grateful thanks. Praise to you. L.M.B. 1973 FOR SALE BY OWNER 30AM - 5:30PM LANDSCAPE 765-0047/i Patti Rosandich, ll Director  LICENSE ' #372000297 PERSONAL SUPPORT MEETINGS 12 Step Meeting St. Elizabeths of Hungary Wednesdays 7:00pm Open to Anyone in any 12 step program FIREWOOD LAND FOR ;ALE EQUIPMENT RENTALS 1-800-304-4430 i Horizoni Hospice00 ROOM MATES FOR ;ALE - MISC. COMMERCIAL RENTAL HUNTING 1.800.479.3339 San Diego Intergroup of Gamblers Anonymous Toll-Free Hot Line (866) 239-2911 VACATION RENTALS INTERNET RADIO FOR SALE - AUTOS Teen Crisis HotLine 1'800, HIT HOME : PEST CONTROL WORSHIP SERVICES Congregation Etz Chaim For Services (760)789-7393 7 pm Julia. Coffee use 19ZI Mai. Street - Julia. (ultl further toe} Tuesday- 7 pm ,'a Ysabd Mi=i0, (0pe. ltig i;ook Study) Tuesday- 7 pm Sisters i. very {ope. to all female 1 Z step members) Julia, Coffee tuse 19Z1 Mai, Street - Julia, Wed.esday- 6 pm ,, Jose Valley Com't.uati0, ,%heel {act0= n'eet from Warer g.ified School) Thursday- $ pm ommu.ity U.ited Methodiff 0hm'0h Hwy 75/79 gi.e Hills oad 9aturday- $ pm OFFICE EQUIPMENT nta Ymbel Missio Come WORK WANTED NOW AVAILABLE JULIAN LIBRARY CHECK IT OUT- FREE Conteaq Inrmal Worship 10 a. al Service sunoav Sch  Ch. Car available at both services Juli0000N ......... Reverend Dawn King. Pastor Contemporary Worship Service: 8:30 a.m. Traditional Worship Service: 10:30 a.m. Childcare - Birth Through 5th Grade Connecting People With God And Each Other ... Changing Lives Hillside Community Church C Street, P.O. Box 973 Pastor Rick Hill (Comer of 3rd and C St.) 760-765-3691 Julian, CA 92036 TREE SALE GRANDPA'S MOUNTAIN NURSERY In Descanso DEODARA CEDAR COLTER & JEFFREY NATIVE PINES OPEN: Wednesday - Sunday 9am - 5pm 619-445-0869 tfn ROCK WORKS I All Natural Julian Rock Retaining Wails -- Entry Pillars --! Anything in Rock. 20% discount on Rock. 760 213 3546 10/131 FIREWOOD- JulianAged Oak,Split, Delivered. Bob Dean's Tree Service. 760 703 1030 12/e FIREWOOD - Seasoned Oak, Full or Half Cords, Senior Discounts, 760 765 2864 12/e LOG SPLITTER RENTAL- 22ton,$75perday. call 760-765-3336 tfn I Julian Radio 24/7 Live from Julian Classic Rock, Deep Cuts, Local Bands, Tourist Info For Your Home: Live For Your Car: Top 10 Video Rentals I 1. Date Night (PG- 13) Steve Carell I 2. The Back-Up Plan (PG-13) I Jennifer Lopez 3. Death At a Funeral (R) Chris Rock Wilson 4. Marmaduke (PG) Owen 5. The Last Song (PG) Miley Cyrus 6. Tyler Perry's Why Did I Get Married Too? (PG-13) Tyler Perry 7. Furry Vengeance (PG) Brendan Fraser Deadlines at The lulian News Deadlines: Submissions of Articles, Stories, Calendar Events, Letters to the Editor, Features, Opinions - Friday 12pro (noon) Advertising: Display Ads (Camera Ready) - Friday 12pro (noon) Non Camera Ready - Thursday 3pro Classified, Le0al Notices, Fictitious Business Name, DBA, Name Changes, etc. - Friday 12pro (noon) All submissions are subject to publishers approval and space available. Submitting by deadline does not guarantee placement in next issue. Back To School Blues? TAKE UP HORSEBACK RIDING! Riding Lessons - for the young and the young at heart. Starting at $25/per lesson (760) 484 2929 Horse Training and Trail Rides Too. 10120 THREE BEDROOM, TWO BATH small ranch house on 22 usable acres in Wynola. Three seasonal ponds. Modern kitchen and bathrooms. Large one car garage. Shop and covered storage. Secluded and private. Ideal horse property. $675,000 (760) 765-3336 tfn 335K Balance on first after 60K down Every month you pay 400/me . plus 924/ me interest, total $1324/mo. Now is rented unit. 1 unit - $1100/m0 2 unit - $800/mo, Take the income until you sell or move in, in 5 years the first should be possible 290K or ess. Easy to assume 760 520 3207 10/20 VIEW LOT ready for your dream home. Peaceful setting on a 2.5 acre parcel. 3 miles to Lake Cuyamaca and 4.5 miles to town. Surveyed, graded, underground utilities, well and pump house, blanket perc approved, seller may carry. $102,500 Contact Sharon Hall, Coldwell Banker (lic.# 1191785) 619 788 2849 o/2o NEW 5.5 H.P. GAS ENGINE TWIN TANK COMPRESSOR ON WHEELS. Ideal for construction sites. $275.00 obo; SMALL TWIN TANK ELECTRIC COMPRESSOR, $75.00. call Harry 760-765-3336 tfn HUNTING GUIDE - Deer, Wild Pigs, you must have license and tags, Photo Hunting Too (Big Horn Sheep) 760 765 2864 1o127 1989 FORD 350 7.5 L V-8 FLATBED with tool boxes 12' bed. Good rubber. ABS brakes. 165,000 miles. $2250 + tax & registration. carl Harry @ 760765-3338 Trivia Test continued from page 6 6. TELEVISION: Which newsman had the famous signoff line, "And that's the way it is"? 7. MEDICINE: What is the normal human body temperature in Celsius? 8. HISTORY: What was the name of Amelia Earhart's navigator on her final ill-fated flight? 9. MEASUREMENTS: What is the amount in a quire? 10. GEOGRAPHY: What is the only U.S. state that has only one syllable in its name? Answers 1. Alongside 2. A fear of flowers 3.1 8 Clash of the Titans (PG-13) 4 "Terms of Endearment" Sam Worthington (PG) 5.95 9. Diary of a Wimpy Kid 6. Walter Cronkite Steve Zahn 7.37 C 10. Cop Out (R) Bruce Willis 8. Fred Noonan 9.25 sheets of paper 10. Maine (c) 2010 King Features Synd., Inc. r SUNI)AY MONIIAY 'I'UI':SI)IY WII)NESI)AY 'rIIUISI)AI FRII)IY 9 10:00 am- Post [ General Meeting i 16 , I 25 -BENe:e-rr COMm00'ti t EVERY SUNDAY IN OCTOBER I 07:00 - 11:30 AM .... 5:30 pm Community Dinner 5:30- 8:00PM; ; 7 4:00 pm PUFL Happy Hour 5-7 8 5:30 pm Community Dinner 3O 37amSAL- 14  5 Benefit Breakfast I HappT-Iour 5-7 Happy Hour 5-7 JHS-Socc 7:00 pm 6:00 Boy Scouts SAL Meeting 10 7am SAL-q I Benefit Breakfast I I JHS-CheedeadJl/I 17 7am - I Benefit B[reakfast I 6:00 Boy Scouts / 1, e Happy Hour 5-7 Happy Hour 5-7 e Happy Hour 5-7 6:30 pm Auxiliary Meeting 14 4:00 pm PUFL Happy Hour 5-7 Ladies Night 23 4:00 pm PUFL Happy Hour 5-7 Columbus 11  Day Happy Hour 5-7 6:00 Boy Scouts 1HaSppyour 5-7 13 Happy Hour 5-7 28 4:00 pm PUFL Happy Hour 5-7 15 5:30 pm Community Dinner Legion 24 5:30 pm Community Dinner =o Happy Hour5-7 =, Happy Hour 5-7 Auxiliary/Legion 29 5:30 pm Community Dinner Legion Hap ur 5-7 F api our 5'-7 6:00 Boy Scouts I 1 PUBLIC NOTICE EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY All advertisements for the sale or rental of dwelling units published in the Julian News are subject to the Federal Fair Housing Act which makes it illegal to advertise any preference, limitation or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin or any intention to make such preference limitations or discrimination, in the sale, rental, or financing of housing. State laws forbid discrimination based on factors in addition to those protected under federal law. We will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which is in violation of the law. All persons are hereby sewed notice that all dwellings advertised are available on an equal opportunity basis. HOUSE WITH 3 BEDROOMS - 2 Bath, Living-Dining Room, Kitchen, Newly Painted, In exclusive private gated community with beautiful views, rarely available. Washer/Dryer and water included. $1,450/mo + security. References Required. Call evenings after 6pm 858 759 9030 10113 SUNSHINE SUMMIT - New Mfgr. Home, 3 Bedreom/2 Bath, washer/dryer hook ups. Private Community, Warner School Bus Stop. $750/mo. + $750 deposit + utilities. Must have good rental history. Pets OK, NO aggressive dogs. 619 481 2207 (Jilian) 10/13 ROOM MATE WANTED - Own room and Bath. Full house privileges with laundry and storage. $600 + Utilities call 760 271 4842 or 760 765 9797 10127 OFFICE SPACE, IN TOWN - 2724 Fourth Avenue $600/m0. call 619-507-0955 lO/27 SMALL OFFICE IN WYNOLA. Electric included. $395 per month, 760-765-3336 tfn COZY JULIAN COTTAGE - Sleeps Six, fully furnished, dishes, linens, wood burning stove w/complimentary firewood. Cable TV, DVD, internet, wrap around decks, plenty of parking. Call for reservations: Sunny 858-775-5801 or Kaaren 760-765-0111. Credit Cards Accepted. 11117 BEE REMOVAL - Reasonable Rates, Local, we remove them and relocate them. 760 765 2864 12/8 (2) HEWLETT PACKARD, "ALL IN ONE" PRINTERS. Unused since refurbished by HP. Cost about $450 ea. new. $225 ea. Harry 760-765-3336 tfn "The kiss originated when the first male reptile licked the first female reptile, implying in a subtle way that she was as succulent as the small reptile he had for dinner the night before." -- F. Scott FitzgeraM U.S. Department of Labor Policy, The Julian News will not publish, any advertisement for employment that I discriminates on the basis of race, color, I national origin, sex, age or disabiflty. I The Julian News encourages equal t opportunity employment in the work place. WANTED: Experienced house painter with knowledge of prepping and painting of exterior and interior. Must be a self-starter, call 760 445 7268 0s R SP F I O ;tEO fqNG$ UNI lED S(HOOL PI$1'RICT EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES The Borrego Springs Unified School District has the following job openings for the 2010/2011 school year. Substitute Special Education Instructional Aides (1) As needed. Must have high school diploma and (AA degree or higher or pass the NCLB Paraprofessional exam) Start at $11.53 hour Head Boy's Basketball Coach: First Aid/CPR certification, current TB, pass l Department of Justice Background check/! CIF requirements. $2,000 Stipend for i season, i Head Boy's Soccer Coach: First Aid/CPR i certification, current TB, pass Department of Justice Background checldCIF requirements. I $2,000 Stipend for season. ! Assistant Boy's Soccer Coach: First Aid/CPR certification, current TB, pass Department of Justice Background check/ CIF requirements. $1,000 Stipend for season. Assistant Glrrs Soccer Coach: First Aid/CPR certification, current TB, pass Department of Justice Bckground check/ CIF requirements. $1,000 Stipend for season Assistant Girl's Basketball Coach: First Aid/CPR certification, current TB, pass Department of Justice Background check/ CIF requirements. $1,000 Stipend for season Certificated Substitute Teacher: Must have teaching credential or 30 day substitute )ermit. $100 per day. These positions are open until filled (ou may apply on-line at or call the Distdct Office at (760) 767-5357 for more information. Burrgo Springs Unified School District Is an equal opportunity employer. 10/20 I DRIVERS: Trainees Needed Nowl | $38-42,000 Your 1st year! I Placement Assistance & Tuition Reimbursement Call Western Truck School to qualify: 1-619-670-3384 10/22 CARETAKERS WANTED with local references, exchange work for cottage, help with garden and retreat center. East side of Vulcan Mountain. 760 782 3789 1/3 SERVERS - Wynola Pizza is considering applications for server. A reminder, all tips are split equally between employees. 760 765 3336 tfn YARD WORK - We are experienced hard workers, some tree work, brush cutting, weed eating, All types of yard work including gardening, raking leaves, big or small. References Available. Please Call 760-765-1169 10127 _ 1  MAILED 52 WEEKS - $40.00 ,,=,.qmmmw', First Class Delivery - $120.00 Mall Subacrlptlon To: Julian News P.O.Box 639 Julian, CA 9203-0639 mwr] NAME: ADDRESS: CW Sats TELEPHONE: ( ) PAYMENT METHOD VISA r-I CHECK E] MONEY ORDER El MASTERCARD [ CReorr CArD Nuuemn: ..... -- ..... -- EXPIFIAlION DATE: l Zp+4 SIGNATURE: For information, call (760) 7652231 lulian-Cuymaca Fire -- Activity Log Time Date Incident Block Location Details Responding Station 0733 9/30/10 Vegetation Fire 5200 Grandview Wy. Lighting Strike on N. peak Julian, Cuyamaca 0833 9/30/10 Vegetation Fire 4600 Luneta View Same as N. Peak Fire Julian, Cuyamaca 1145 9/30/10 Vegetation Fire 3300 Black Oak Ln. Small Spot, Lighting Strike Julian 2033 9/30/10 Vegetation Fire 17800 Harrison Park Rd. UTL Cuyamaca 1256 10/1/10 Traffic Accident 2600 Farmer Rd. Solo Motorcycle Down Julian 1642 10/1/10 Vegetation Fire 13600 Hwy 79 Small Spot, Lighting Strike Cuyamaca 1846 10/1/10 Vegetation Fire 6900 Split Mountain Rd. Assist to Octillio Wells Julian 0948 10/2/10 Public Assist 4400 Hwy 79 Semi blocking road Julian 1104 10/2/10 Vehicle Fire 3940 Hwy 79 No Fire Julian 1214 10/2/10 Traffic Accident 900 Hwy 79 Solo Motorcycle Down Julian 1530 10/2/10 MedicalAid 2500 Washington St. Poss. Stroke Julian 1634 10/2/10 MedicalAid 1200 Farmer Rd Low Blood Pressure Julian 1702 10/2/10 Medical Aid 15000 Hwy 79 5 YOM Fall Cuyamaca 0941 10/3/10 Traffic Accident 4900 Hwy 78 Solo Motorcycle Down Julian 1019 10/3/10 MedicalAid 1500 Hwy78 Asthma Julian 1254 10/3/10 Traffic Accident 30300 Hwy 78 Solo Motorcycle Down Julian 1318 10/3/10 Traffic Accident 13200 Hwy 79 Solo Motorcycle Down Cuyamaca 1631 10/3/10 Medical Aid 34500 Hwy 79 General Weakness Cuyamaca 2143 10/4/10 Alarms Ringing 12500 Hwy 79 False Alarm Cuyamaca Arrest Reports Arrest reports only reflect that a person with a Julian address was detained, it does not indicate that the person was arrested in immediate vicinity of Julian Phillip Terracin of Julian was arrested on or about October 2 in San Diego County on suspicion of burglary, narcotics, other drugs, other felonies. Shane Wilkes of Julian was arrested on or about October 2 in San Die*go County on suspicion of drunk. John Lilley of Julian was arrested on or about October 5 in San Diego'County on suspicion of drunk. Michael McCoy of Julian was arrested on or about October 6 in San Diego County on suspicion of assault, other drugs. George Willett of Julian was arrested on or about October 7 in San Diego County on suspicion of drunk. , i