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Access Land Beautiful View, Water Meter, Drive Way, Pad, is all paved yet very private and quiet. The property is off the grid so you will need solar and a generator. Easy Access. Come Build your Dream Home. Owner very easy to work with. $40,000 ~'i~i i iiiili iili i i * !iii iiiili iiA ~i~/ ll[~/l~l~Jl~allR~1 I :! i~ ~ ~~ Ask Pastor Rick In The News Catholic Church Links Tax To The Sacraments (NOTE: I was a missionary in Germany in the '70s. At that time, a 3% tax was levied, which was used in the support of government-recognized churches. Therefore I found this article of interest.) Germany's highest courts recognized the right of Catholics to leave the church -- and therefore avoid paying a tax that is used to support religious institutions. The court ruled it was a matter of religious freedom, while religious leaders saw the decision as yet another threat to their influence on modern German society. The Catholic Bishops' Conference in Germany issued a clear edict, endorsed by the Vatican. It detailed that a member who refuses to pay taxes will no longer be allowed to receive communion or make confession, to serve as godparents, or to hold any office in the church. Those who leave can also be refused a Christian burial, unless they "give some sign of repentance," it read. "Whoever declares they are leaving the church before official authorities, for whatever reason, impinges on their responsibility to safeguard the community of the church, and against their responsibility to provide financial support to allow the church to fulfill its work" before their death, it read. Like many European countries, Germany's churches are independent but function in partnership with the state, which collects taxes from members of established religions and then funnels the revenues back to the religious institutions, for a fee, in keeping with a 19th-century 1. Name the only French-born pitcher to toss a no-hitter in the major leagues. 2. In the 12 World Series from 2000 through 2011, how many have included at least one team from Texas, California or New York? 3. How many times have the Chicago Bears and Green Bay Packers met in the playoffs? 4. What school has been to the most NCAA Tournaments in men's basketball without winning a championship? 5. When was the last time the NHL regular-season conference champions met in the Stanley Cup Finals? 6. Jimmie Johnson tied a record in 2012 for most NASCAR Cup wins at Dover (seven). Who else has seven? 7. Who was the last British men's tennis player before Andy Murray in 2012 to reach the final of the Wimbledon men's singles? Answers on page 16 agreement following abolishment of an official state church. Income from church taxes in Germany amounted to about $6.3 billion for the Roman Catholic Church in 2011, and $5.5 billion for the Protestant, mostly Lutheran, churches in 2010, official statistics show. The money goes to support hospitals, schools, day care and myriad other social services. ' The German church tax- which is 8 to 9 percent of the annual income tax -- is so steep, however, that many people formally quit the church to avoid paying, while nevertheless remaining active in their faith. Source: The New York Times, summarized by Pastor Rick Ask Pastor Rick Why do some Christians worship on Saturday and some on Sunday? Sabbath worship and Sunday worship is a subject that has been debated for centuries. The original Christians were mostly Jewish, and they went to synagogue on the Saturday Sabbath. Then on the First Day morning, they gathered to do something different. From Paul's description, it was a bit of a free-. for-all, which needed structure, order, and discipline. (See 1st Corinthians 12-14) In time, the Christians were either expelled from the synagogues and/or left voluntarily. At that point, it seems they felt a need for something like a synagogue, but under Christian auspices. SO the First Day became the day of worship. The purpose of the Sabbath is also widely debated. The word "Shabbat" comes from the root Shin-Bet-Tav, meaning to cease, to end, or to rest. The Sabbath is primarily a day of REST and ENRICHMENT. In both the Old and New Testaments, we are told to remember the Sabbathand keep it holy. The root meaning of holy in both Hebrew and Greek means, separate, The Sabbath is continued on page 16 The Julian News 13 by Bill Fink Fisher House Benefit Dinner A family dinner at the Legion Friday night will benefit the Fisher House Foundation. Family dinner has two connotations at and patriot. President Clinton awarded him the Presidential Medal of Freedom and made him an Honorary Veteran of the U.S. Armed Forces. Presidents Ford, Carter, Bush, and Clinton as well as Margaret Thatcher and Yitzak Rabin have honored him for his support of charitable causes. As individuals, very few of us have the finances that can make an impact on fundraising that individuals and groups like Zachary Fisher or the FHF require to service our injured men and women. But vhen a group of folks in a small town can gather at a place like the Legion, where a large group of volunteers will put their facility to use, prep the meal, set the table, cook, serve, bus and wash the dishes and clean the hall when everyone is done, then the funds we can the Legion. Of course your whole raise in this little burgh can make family is invited, kids, aunts, uncles, grandma and grandpa, cousins and friends. But it also means that it's a function hosted by the triad of the American Legion, the Ladies Auxiliary and the Sons of the American Legion. There has been a surge in recent years of non government funded groups that have been taking the bull by the horns to make the transition to civilian life for the men, women and families who have been affected by the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. But the Fisher House Foundation (FHF) was founded by Zachary Fisher in 1990 for a different purpose. What the Foundation does is to provide lodging at no charge to families who are visiting their injured soldiers (A family's love is good medicine). Fisher Houses are located throughout the U.S. on 23 military installations and at twenty V.A medical centers. Many more are under construction or in planning stages. Fisher Houses accommodate 16 to 42 family members. They vary in size depending on location from 5,000 to 16,800 s.f. The suites are furnished and equipped to accommodate lengthy stays by the families of our combat wounded servicemen and women. This is provided free of charge to the families of our injured soldiers. The FHF has provided over three million days of lodging to over 160,000 families since 1990 and have I mentioned that they have done this FREE OF CHARGE. The houses are built by FHF 'and donated to the government and administered by Military Service Secretaries and the Secretary of Veterans Affairs; which are re, sponsible for upkeep and maintenance. FHF coordinates the private financial support, underwrites all the costs for the families that stay there and provides volunteer staff at all FHF houses. Additionally, FHF has provided over 30,000 airline tickets to families to be with their warriors through a program where individuals and businesses can donate their frequent flyer miles. Zachary Fisher who came from humble beginnings in Brooklyn, NY started working in construction at sixteen. With his brothers they eventually became one of the largest real estate developers in the country. He was physically unfit for military service during WWll but devoted his time to building coastal fortifications throughout the U.S. He has always been a strong supporter of the military. He founded the Intrepid Museum Foundation in 1978 and saved that Carrier from the scrap yard and as a result the Intrepid Sea- Air-Space Museum has become the largest naval museum in the world. His Zachary and Elizabeth M. Fisher Armed Services Foundation provided financial aid and scholarships to the families of Marine victims of the Beirut Barracks bombings. This foundation continues to aid military families and families of N.Y. Firefighters who died in the World Trade Center attack. FHF was started in 1990 with an initial contribution of over 20 million dollars. In 1994 the Fisher Center for Alzheimer Research Fund was funded and has become the nations' largest research facility. Zachary Fisher was a humanitarian, philanthropist a big impact and do some good where it's needed. So this Friday evening October 19th, it's Chicken Asada; Spanish rice, beans, tortillas and a great desert at the Legion. The funds raised from this event go to the Fisher House right here in San Diego. So it's all hands on deck for the Legion Family and all hands from the community to participate in a great meal for a great cause. Here Ye! Here Ye! The meals that are open to the public don't end on Friday night. The American Legion hosts Sunday's all you can eat breakfast. This is a great feed and I'm Iovin those breakfast burritos the Legion does. And for members only, Monday Night Football at the Legion is getting popular because of the Hot Dog Feed. Every Monday, hot dogs with fixins, one dollar. I[ " l AMERICAN LEGION [ LINCOLN DEMING POST 468 CHICKEN CARNE ASADA %% TORTILLAS &7 I . SPANISH 1%5, REFRIED BEANS"*" O0 DESSERT Friday, October 19, 2012 I 5:30 until7:30 ' or until sold out Non-profit donation 2nd and Washington, Julian CA" www.julianpost468.org Proceeds returned to the community Tully is a 1 year old male black and white feline who weighs about 111bs. He came to the shelter in July after being hit by a car. The wonderful vets and shelter staff treated him and he has made a full recovery. Tully loves everyone who stops by to great him and seems friendly with other cats. Playful and energetic, no other cat loves playing with toy mic ; as much as Tully. Meet this handsome guy by asking for ID#A1481302 Tag#C813. Tully can be adopted for $58. Daffodil is a spayed 3 year old Chihuahua/Dachshund Mix who Weighs about 91bs. She loves people and will jump right into your lap for cuddles and petting. Daffodil gets along great with other dogs and has several roommates in her current kennel. She likes to run around and play with toys but for the most part she is calm and mellow and prefers to hang out with her humans. Meet this lovely lady by asking for ID#A1491620 Tag#C776, Daffodil can be adopted for $69. All adoption fees include vaccinations, spaying/neutering (upon adoption), a microchip and free Vet visit. Dog fees also include a 1 year license. Tully and Daffodil 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.