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14 The Julian News SERVICES December 2, 2009 Personal and Business Storage "Serving the Community of Julian" GATED, SECURE STORAGE SITES -- FULLY ENCLOSED YARD INDUSTRIAI./BUSINESS SITE FOR MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT STORAGE Outside Storage- Trailers, Boats, Cars, RV's ;ates Open 7 Days 7a.m. to Dark Office- M-F 9 to 4 dosed Sat & Su 3582 Highway 78 at Newman Way a,o 765.2601 ,.x 765-2797 Demolition~Bobcat Bruce Strachota Grading, Demolition, Underground Utilities, Dump ~uck, Excavation, Loader, Bobcat Rental, Rock & Base 762 2 cell: 619-972-0152 Photography Bull Dozer Services Dozer Work 760-749-1782 Clearing, Grading, Roads $8o/hour No Move In Charges Larry Herman ESK Registration Please come to Julian Elementary School Office to get registration papers. Office hours are 7am - 3:30pm. Registration will start on December 7, 2009, The school office will be closed from December 21, 2009 until January 4, 2010. Your child will need: 1. Official Birth Certificate. 2. Proof of Immunizations. 3. Proof of Residency. ESK classes staff on January 19, 2010 Child must be five {5} years of age by April 30, 2010 to attend. If more than 20 students register, priority will be given students with the earliest birth dates. Please call the school office at 760-765-066q if you have any questions PETS OF THE WEEK Buster is a 3 year old male Pit Bull Mix who came to the shelter as a stray in June and is still waiting to find his forever home. He is a friendly, active dog who loves to play fetch with his squeaky toys. Buster walks well on a leash with the volunteers and would love a human pal to go on daily strolls with for exercise. When he's done playing, he enjoys having his chest scratched and will simply lay. contently by your side. Buster is not aggressive with his toys and will gently relinquish them to you in hopes that you will throw it for him to chase. Around other dogs he tends to be bossy and would be best as the only dog in the home or paired with a submissive female. Meet Buster today to see if he is the right companion for you! He can be adopted for $69. ID#A1291589 Tag#C527 Michael is a male 2 year old kitty who came to the shelter as a stray. He is an inquisitive guy who wants to be where the action is. Winter is encroaching and what better way to warm the house than with the addition of a furry friend to snuggle with? Cats make great lap warmers, feet warmers and even head warmers in the middle of the night. Michael probably won't reduce the cost of your electric bill but he will be a loyal companion for many years and eagerly greet you at the door from those ruff days at the office. With his short hair, he is a low-maintenance kind of guy just looking for someone to scratch him behind the ears. Don't keep Michael waiting and come to the shelter to meet him today, He can be adopted for $58. ID#A1305331 Tag#C746 All adoption fees include vaccinations, spaying/neutering (upon adoption), a microchip and free Vet visit. Dog fees also include a 1 year license. Buster and Michael 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. Ask Pastor Rick Religion In the News Muslim Student Barred From College In Lancashire, UK For Refusing To Remove Burkha Shawana Bilqes, a Muslim student, has been banned from enrolling at Burnley College after staff members claimed her burkha was a breach of "safety and communication." Miss Bilqes, 18, was not allowed to attend the college after being told she could not enroll unless she removed the head-to-toe garment. She had been asked to remove the veil and show her face for identity fraud purposes. After explaining that her religious belief forbid her from removing the veil, she was barred from starting the Access course for an HE Diploma. Miss Bilqes, of Stoneyholme, Burnley, said: "It is my choice to wear the veil. I tried to comp[pmise.b3jt they wouldn't." The~ll:~e~~e"~t~ a letter sta.t ng she could contindeWith her studies if she stopped wearing the burkha. (Source: UK Telegraph, summarized by Pastor Rick) Ask Pastor Rick Why do Christians sometimes refer to the apostle Paul as "Saint Paul?" When was he canonized? I have never been part of a church or denomination that "officially" honored believers as saints. So I defer to the Catholic Encyclopedia for your answer. In modern times, the onlyway to achieve "official sainthood" is by canonization. But canonization has not always been the only method. Prior to circa 950 A.D. sainthood could be achieved by martyrdom and also public acclamation of the faithful. The date for the martyrdom of Paul is 67 A. D. with no month or day specified. Therefore, 67 A. D. is the date for his official recognition as a saint. June 29th is the day that has been chosen, according to the Catholic Encyclopedia, "from time immemorial"to observe the martyrdom of Paul. By the way, it is the same date for the observance of Peter's martyrdom as well. If I understand this correctly, Paul was never canonized because he was officially recognized as a saint prior to the advent of canonization. Rick Hill is the Senior Pastor at Hillside Community Church on 3rd and C Streets in Julian, CA. Direct all questions and correspondence to: PastorRick@julianchurch.org or Hillside Community Church, Religion In The News, Box 973, Julian, CA, 92036. (Opinions in this column do not necessarily express the views of Julian News, its editor, or employees.) Author Mark Twain held three patents-one for garment straps, one for a scrapbook with adhesive-coated pages and one for a game to help children remember history. Cat, Kitten Endure Same Fate; Nurse Each Other Back To Health I Animal Services Seeks New Home For Two Inseparable Felines; Only Available For Adoption As A Pair In late spring, a Good Samaritan rescued a severely injured cat lying in the roadway near the intersection of Rancho Mission Road and Friars Road in Mission Valley and brought the cat to the County animal shelter. The cat, named Juliet by the Department's veterinary staff, was found to have severe fractures to her front and rear legs. Despite the pain, Juliet would solicit attention by pumng and reaching out to staff in the medica center. The cat's extensive njuries required the skill Of a veterinary orthopedic surgeon and Juliet was transferred to Dr. Nancy Hampel at the Animal Medical Center of East County. The surgeon was able to pin the fractures and repair a diaphragmatic hernia that was later discovered when it was noticed that the cat was having breathing problems. While Juliet was recuperating at the shelter from her surgery, an 8-week-old kitten that had also been struck by a car was brought into the medical center for care. Juliet immediately took this kitten under her paw and they have been inseparable ever since. The kitten, named Sweet Pea, is now Juliet's best friend. .... "These twG:fe, lines have forged a unique bond and love to play and run around together," said Dawn Danielson, Director of the County Department of Animal Services. Because the cat and the kitten are now inseparable, the Department is seeking someone willing to adopt both cats, and who will promise to keep them indoors. Juliet is now completely healed but she has a permanent limp on her left front leg. The injury does not affect her and she is active, even with this limitation. Animal lovers interested in adopting this unique pair should visit the County animal shelter located at 5480 Gaines St., San Diego. They will need to fill out an application and staff will select an adoptee based on being the best fit. For more information, visit http://www. sddac.com/index.asp. America Salutes Its Heroes (NAPSA)--The year 1944 was pivotal in the Allied prosecution of World War II. Some of the most crucial battles were engaged in t;he European and Pacific theaters as the Allied nations began to push back in earnest against the Axis powers. World War II was a defining moment in time for the United States: It touched the lives of every citizen, every commumty and every family, and propelled a once isola- tionist country into a position of global leadership. There was no aspect of American life that was not affected by the war. More than 16.2 million men and women served during WW II. The war engulfed the entire globe: Nearly every con- tinent saw significant action and men and women from every inhab- ited continent died in it. Nearly 50 percent of those who wore the uniform of the United States served in the Army. World War II veterans from all services ~the Army, Navy and Marine Corps--are dying at a rate of 1,135 per day. "As our nation remembers the courage and sacrifice of those who fought on battlefields from Nor- mandy to Bastogne, from Italy to North Africa and throughout the numerous Pacific Islands, we are presented with a unique opportu- nity to celebrate this legacy of duty, honor and selfless sacrifice, which now serves as the founda- tion. for today's soldiers," said Colonel David M. Gr!ffith, direc- tor, U.S. Army Freedom Team Salute program. "America has a responsibility to acknowledge the sacrifice of WW II veterans, to ensure they are not forgotten." Freedom Team Salute is an official Army commendation pro- gram that recognizes the essential bond among soldiers, family and community; it celebrates the sacri- fices made by all those who sup- port our soldiers; and honors the millions of soldier veterans who have served and remain as our CoL David Griffith, director, Free- dam Team Salute program (right), presents Col. John Marr, USA Ret, (left), with a Freedom Team Salute commendation at the National World War II Memorial in recognition of his service as part of D-Day. living connection to generations of duty, honor and patriotism. Army veterans receive a letter and cer- tificate of appreciation signed by the Secretary of the Army and the Army Chief of Staff. "It is appropriate that we as a society take the opportunity to pay our respects for the enormous sacrifices that were required of those who served in uniform dur- ing World War II as well as sup- porters on the home front who made their service possible," said Griffith. "Observances are occur- ring all year in the U.S., in Europe and in other places; but the service and sacrifice of our Army veterans is observed pre- eminently in the hearts of men and women around the world who remember the cost of freedom and are grateful." Any honorably discharged Army veteran who served during World War II is eligible for Free- dom Team Salute, including men and women who served in the Army Air Force, Army Air Corps, Women's Army Corps and the Army Nurse Corps. For more information about Freedom Team Salute or to honor a U.S. Army veteran, visit ww~:fi'eedomteamsalute.com. 'Chef's Corner ~ontinued from page 6 1 tablespoon allspice 1 tablespoon cinnamon l tablespoon cloves "L 1/2 tablespoons orris root Ir a large jar, combine the rose petals and lavender. In a medum bowl, mix together the lemor verbena, lemon peel, allspice, cinnamon, cloves and or'is root. Pour the lemon mixture into the jar containing the rose petals and lavender. Cover jar tightly and shake ingredients. Let potpourri stand for ; to 4 weeks, shaking mixture frequently to combine the scents. Makes 6 cups. To give a,, gifts:' 8 small drawstring bags or 8 (4-iRch) squares of cheeseclott or cotton (8 small hanckerchiefs work well) 8 (12-inch) lengths of ribbon or lace Place the potpourri in a decorative oag with a drawstring, or to rrake a sachet, place 1/4 cup of !~e potpoum in the center of a doth square. Gather the square ira pouf and knot a piece of ribbon or lace around the neck of t~e pouf to secure the potpourri. Make the ribbon or the lace into a bow. HERBAL RUBBING LOTION This is refreshing herba', lotion is a wonderful pick-me-up for sore muscles and tired min~ls at the end of a long day. The herbs also give the rubbing alcohol a pleasant fragrance. The her.bs may be obtained from nurseries or grocery stores. 1 cup fresh lavender leaves 1/4 cup lemon verbena '1/4"cup mint leaves 1/4 cup rosemary sprigs 2 cups unscented rubbing alcohol Place the herbs in a plastic bag. Roll a rolling pin back and forth over the herbs until they are slightly crushed. Place herbs in a glass jar that has been sterilized by boiling. Add the rubbing alcohol. Cover tightly and label the jar NOT TO BE USED INTERNALLY. Set aside in a cool, dry place for 5 to 7 days. Strain the alcohol through several layers of cheesecloth into pretty jars 'or bottles. Cap tightly and label bottles or jars, NOT TO BE USED INTERNALLY. Makes 2 cups rubbing lotion. Angela Shelf Medearis is known as The Kitchen Diva and is the executive producer and host of "The Kitchen Diva!" cooking show on Hulu.com. Visit her Web site at www.divapro. com. Her new inspirational, book is "Ten Ingredients for a Joyous Life and a Peaceful Home -- A Spiritual Memoir," co-written with Pastor Salem Robinson, Jr. (www. dunnsmemorial.com). (c) 2009 King Features Synd,, inc. FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No. 2009-026054 - Name of Business: COAST REALTY 3922 Mesa Dr. #103, 0ceanside, CA 92056 The business is conducted by a Husband and Wife - Barbara Ann Daniels and Robert Daniels, Jr., 3922 Mesa Dr; #103, 0ceanside, CA 92056. THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH DAVID L. BUTLER, RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON September 10, 2009. LEGAL: 05155 Publish: December 2, 9, 16, 23, 2009 ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME Case Number: 37-2009-OO069074-CU-PT-EC ILN THE MAFrER OF THE APPLICATION OF: XAIOJING MA FOR CHANGE OF NAME PETITIONER: XAIOJING MA HAS FILED A PETITION FOR AN ORDER TO CHANGE NAMES FROM: XAIOJING MA TO: CHEKEA JEANNE'IT LIU IT IS ORDERED that all persons interested in this matter appear before this court in Department 14 of the San Diego County Superior Court at the address shown (250 E. Main St., El Cajon, CA 92020) on January 27, 2010 at 8:30 a.m., and show cause, if any, why the petition for a change of name should not be granted. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that a copy i of this ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE be published in the Julian News, a newspaper of general circulation published in this county, at least once a week for four successive weeks prior to the day of the hearing. THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE COURT CLERK OF THE SUPERIOR COURT ON November 24, 2009. LEGAL: 05154 Publish: December 2, 9, 15, 23, 2099