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t 10 The Julian News November 16, 2011 Judy Raines 760-604-1946 COUNTRY REALTY and the entire Back Country Veronica Clark 760-803-3582 DRE #01350842 DRE #01092197 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 ud today for a list with pictures or to see any of these homes. G .... . Lovely custom Victorian home in great neighborhood of Julian. Kitchen features s6lid birch cabinets, granite counter tops. Hickory and pecan flooring. Over sized garage, room for RV and Workshop Fabulous view of the valley. Ready for you to build. This .38 acre lot is only $55,000 Windfall Trail--Level lot in Shelter Valley Ranchos, paved road, all usable, recent survey. Only 15 minutes from Julian. $25,000. (. Julian Ask Pastor Rick Library Hours Monday closed Tuesday 9:00 - 8 Wednesday 9:00 - 6 Thursday 9:00- 6 Friday 9:00 - 5 Saturday 9:00 - 5 Sunday closed / riends of the Library Book Store Hour 3 pm 1850 Highway 78 765 - 0370 ANTHONYJ, ROMAN0 Att0mey-At-Law Real Estate, Estate Planning, Business and Water Law (619) 696-9916 1901 First Avenue, Suite 110 San Diego, CA. In The News A New Friend For Israel... South Sudan unnoticed: the establishment of official diplomatic relations with Israel. Far from a routine gesture, the mutual declaration of recognition between the two states could prove to be a significant boost to Israel's strategic position, not to mention the positives that may come as South Sudan attempts to get its new state on a strong, footing. The leaders of South Sud an will much appreciate the economic aid and leverage that comes with a new diplomatic relationship. But some seem to think that it is Israel that has the most to gain. Israel's diplomatic outreach extends a measure of goodwi!l to the people of South Sudan - who need all the help they can get as their country begins the .long process of setting up embassies, forming an independent foreign policy, and building up their agricultural potential. But The world's newest member in the community of nations got - the new partnership with the plenty of press coverage when it South Sudanese Government formally declared independence also provides Israel with an in July. But one aspect of South opportunity to create a foothold Sudan's emergence went largely in a region that is known to By Bill Fink .11-11-11-11 Veterans' Day 11-11-11 at the 11th hour, The American Legion Color Guard, Art Beaudry, Gary Weide, Frank Woloszyn, Paul Bumgardner, Robert George, Jim Penrose, Bud Fink, Thurston Thompson Sergeant of Arms, Dusty Keane Commander and Chris Saunders Chaplain attending, stand at attention. They present arms, then fire a twenty-one gun salute, the military's highest salute. Service Officer, Howard Simpson bugles taps. Commander Keane addresses the Legion, guests and well wishers. "On this day, Veterans- Day, we are commemorating the service of Veterans of all wars. We remember how men and women set aside their civilian pursuits to serve their nation's cause, defending the freedom of mankind and preserving our precious American heritage. We believe our strength on the field of battle, on the supply lines which nourished our armed might, lay in the justice of our cause against the forces of evil. We believe our determination made us better warriors because we fought with our minds and our hearts as well as ou r bodies. We recognize serwce to our country and her cause does not end with the termination of military serwce. We continue our endeavors in behalf of an honorable world peace with a feeling of profound gratitude to God, and to the men and women who gave their lives as their part of the cost of this noblest of causes. Out of blood and sweat we learned of purpose, sacrifice, tolerance, bravery and discipline. These are solid foundation stones upon which a great nation is built. In our continuing quest for an honorable world peace we must cultivate these virtues." Julian's finest, served on the ships at sea, the deserts, the export some of its instability into the Middle East. (Source: The Christian Science Monitor, summarized by Pastor Rick) Ask Pastor Rick What is your favorite hymn? Wow, I have never been asked that before! I don't think I have a singularly favorite hymn. These are tops on my list and not in any particular order at the moment: Immortal, Invisible, God Only jungles, Europe, Asia, Africa, North and South America. They fought in places called Viet Nam, Cambodia, LaDs, Granada, Somalia, and Lebanon. Some served actively but clandestinely during the Iran hostage crisis and other engagements. One of our Navy pilots did550 carrier landings during Vietnam. Another was a Marine sniper in multiple wars. We have combat infantry, tankers, and sailors. We have medics and corpsman. We have men that froze in the Ardennes and Korea. Baked in the searing heat of the Middle East and those who languished at sea waiting for rescue. Others fought on D Day, while others prepared for the invasion of Japan. Most of our men and women served multiple tours of whatever deadly engagement our country was involved in. Some came home, some were wounded or poisor~ed by gas or Agent Orange, and others lost their lives. We have many members of our Legion that served as supply or as Corpsman. Some, out of the field of fire in supporting roles, but they're Veterans nevertheless that did their best at what was asked of them. One of our Marines complains that he did nothing in his rear echelon role. But .my hat is off to him as well, because he stood and served. Julian's finest have won the Congressional Medal of Honor, Bronze Star and many, many Purple Hearts. There are many other awards for Service and Valor among "our" Vets. These brave men and women who are mostly gray now, don't stand quite as erect as they used to and some, like one decorated old tanker, told me "that my proudest achievement was that me and my buddies never ran," are the pride of Julian, and our Nation. If you missed our celebration at The American Legion Post, haven't stuck your hand out to thank a Vet for their service, or. aren't even aware of what our soldiers have done for this great nation, it's not too late for you. Do it before it's too late for them. Here Ye! Here Ye! The Leg=on is doing a double this weekend starting off with "Fish Fry, Fry-Day" night. Dinner includes cole slaw, macaroni salad, French fries and dessert. On Sunday, don't miss the all- you-can-eat-breakfast. If you haven't been to one of the meals hosted by the Legion family, you'd be surprised to see how many friends, neighbors and visitors that attend these ihexpensive, culinary delights, "ya like that." One last note. I would be remiss if I didn't call out the effort of the Ladies Auxiliary in the feast, and I mean feast, they put on at the Veterans' Day affair. Food was great, varied and plentiful. Thanks also go to all those great cooks that contributad to the best potluck in town Robbie is an 8 month old male Pit Bull/Bulldog mix who already weighs in at about 651bs. He loves hanging out with his human pals and will even try to sit in your lap because he thinks he's a tiny little canine. Robbie is mellow for a puppy and can entertain himself with his toys, but he will need plenty of additional training by devoted pet parents. He will make a wonderful companion for a family looking for a "chill" but energetic furry friend. Meet Robbie by asking for ID#A1420328 Tag#C781. Wise; Great Is Thy Faithfulness; Like a River Glorious; Come Thou Fount; Oh, the Deep, Deep Love of Jesus; Be .Thou My Vision; It Is Well with My Soul; and My Jesus I Love Thee. Laurie Rick Hill is the Senior Pastor at Hillside Community Church on 3rd ana C Streets in Julian, CA. Direct all questions and correspondence to: PastorRick@ OPEN MONDAY- FRIDAY 8:OOAM TO 5PM 24 HOUR ANSWERING SERVICE 2721 WASHINGTON STREET JULIAN, CA 92036 (Next To Town Ha//) www.ju/ianmedica/.com rll We've Extended our hours: I Tuesday, Wednesday, & ThursdayI evenings until 7pm. I A DIVISION OF BORREGO COMMUNITY HEALTH FOUNDATION E-mail: 2011 King Features Syndicate. In steady call of a whip-poor-will? I will climb out of sleep to listen to an owl. Day or night, birds are great! night. What would an orches- tra of crickets be without the purpose. They add to the ambiance of that which is Nocturnal birds serve their pupp=es is just $69. Adult dogs and cats lover 5 years can become a member of your family for just $35. If you're a semor yourself, or disabled, you can make any pet your forever companion for just $35. All adoption fees should be confirmed once you get to the shelter, and include spaying or neutering, basic vaccinations, and a 1 year license for dogs. .Robbie & Laurie are at the Central County Shelter, 5480 Gaines Street, San Diego. We have wonderful cats. dogs, rabbits and more waiting for new homes, so please come visit the Shelter during our hours of 9:30AM to 5:30PM, Tuesday through Saturday or visit www, for more information. Please call ahead to check for shelter holiday hours. or Hillside Community Church, Religion In The News, Box 973, Julian, CA, 92036. 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To see if Laurie is the right companion for you, !,'76m 76~ Reg.Price I Cin@BFook meet her by asking for lD#A1430766 Tag#C975. l ' l ' (7 6.0)3 t 0-8 9 74 ] 1t" We have so many loving animals at the shelter looking for new 1455 Hollow ( o .7;&sl i" "" 'lll---- ---- homes, and Fall is a great time to add a pet to your family! Cats & Night Birds kittens can be adopted for $58, and the adoption fee for dogs and