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December 16, 2009 The Julian News 15 6 7 am SAL- Benefit Breakfast 3 4 5 4:00 pm PUrL 7:00 pm - 6:30 pm- Happy Hour 5-7 SAL Meeting Auxiliary Meeting 6:30 - Pool Tournament 5:30 pm Benefit Dinner Boy Scouts - Ribeye Steak Happ our' .......................... 5-7 S e . ® ,O . Happy Hour 5-7 Happy Hour 5-7 4:00 pm PUrL $1 - Hot Dogs Happy Hour 5-7 6:00 Boy Scouts 6:30 - Pool Tournament 11 5:30 pm Benefit Dinner Fish Fry 12 10:00 am- Post General Meeting 13 2O 7 am Legion - Benefit Breakfast 27 1se 1.® 1, 1.. 1. Hap ur 5-7 Happy Hour 5-7 Happy Hour 5-7 4:00 pm PUrL 5:30 pm $1 - Hot Dogs Happy Hour 5-7 Benefit Dinner 6:00 Boy Scouts 6:30 - Pool Auxiliary Tournament Ladies Night 21 e 236 24 2s (:I,t EI) 2e Happ~our 5-7 22 Happy Hour 5-7 Happy Hour 5-7 4:00 pm PUrL. ]~4rc~-.;~-''~" ~ $1- Hot Dogs Happy Hour 5-7 ~hr~4-f?n~ i 6:00 Boy Scouts 6:30- Pool T0umament Ladies Night 28 Happ~our 5-7 296Happy Hour 5-7 30®Happy Hour 5-731] 'W ' i FRI NIGHT DINNERS $1 - Hot Dogs PART'Y ......................................................................................................... 6:00 Boy Scouts Form~ Deadlines: Deadlines at The lulian News 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, Legal Notices, Fictitious Business Name, DBA, Name Changes, etc. - Friday 12pm (noon) All submissions are subject to editorial approval and space available. Submitting by deadline does not guarantee placement in next issue. Julian-Cuymaca Fire Activity Log Date Time Incident Location Details Responding Station 12/3 2111 Medical Aid 2100 Main St 12/3 2152 MedicalAid 4200 Hwy78 12/4 1656 Medical Aid 3600 Deer Lake Park Rd. 12/4 1938 Res. Structure 2600 Bonita Vista Dr. 12/5 1534 Medical Aid 1200 Banner View Dr. 12/7 0722 MedicalAid 34500 Engineers Rd. 12/7 1903 Traffic Accident Hwy 78 JEO Hwy 79 12/7 1924 Public Assist 2nd St. @ C St. 12/7 1951 Alarms Ringing 1700 Hwy 78 12/7 2146 Public Assist C St. @ Main St. Person Down Julian Unknown Medical Julian Fall Julian Chimney Fire Julian & Cuyamaca Fall Julian Difficulty Breathing Cuyamaca Vehicle vs. Rock Julian Transformer Fire Julian False Alarm Julian Tree down in Road Julian Letters continued from page 2 to offer each other a "Merry Christmas". Of course, if a stranger on the street is obviously a practitioner of another faith, "Happy Holidays" is likely a wise choice, or the relevant religious greeting if it can be discerned. But if we cannot tell that you are not a celebrant of Christmas, we will go with what we know, and wish you a "Merry Christmas". We mean it with the best of intentions, and are sincerely trying to convey our best wishes. If this offends you in any way, feel free to articulate, but please don't impinge on our rights to free speech and expression by attempting to close our mangers Have a Merry Christmas, and living Nativities. We are not and God Bless proselytizing, we are professing Michael Hatch our faith. Junior, JHS Fictitious Business Name or Abandonment with affidavit tiled to the County ......................... $28.00 Applications are available at the Julian News Offices Legal Change of Name with affidavit filed to the Court ......................... $40.00 All other legal notices Estate Sales, Auctions, Public Offerings, Public Notices, Liens, etc. $15.00 per column inch for first week and $10.00 per column inch for each additional week. Documents must be submitted to Julian News for a quote. All Legal Advertising is subject to restrictions of the court, or agency requiring publication. The Julian News accepts no responsibility for deadlines which are missed because of late filings or other requirements beyond our control Placino a Classified Advertisement. To order a classified ad by mail, please send your advertisement with a check or Money Order to Julian News PO Box 639 Julian, CA 92036. Phone Orders are accepted Monday thru Thursday 9 am to 3 pm, Friday 9 am to 12 noon. Visa & Master Card are accepted. Ads must be paid for at time of placement and will appear in the next issue. NO refunds for Classified Ads. Office phone - 760 765 2231. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING - " " : Any error should be reported to the publisher prior to Thursday at 12 Noon following the publication date. Publisher accepts advertising on the condition that advertiser agrees that at no time shall Publisher's Liability exceed the cost of space involved and that the Publisher is not liable for incidental or consequential damages. Publisher accepts no responsibility for ad contents or errors in spelling or grammar. PUREBRED PIT-BULL PUPPIES - Ready FRIDAY&SATURDAY DECEMBER I S?2UNTA~ I PUBLIC NOTICE Champion bloodlines, Razors Edge & Gotti. Queen Size Bed and Christmas Cards Mostly Blue, some Brindle. Small "Bully" style. 3510 Hwy 78. 760-765-1030 12/16I We Now Have'-' I Deposits now being taken 760-765-2864 tf. Item___ss Needed I FOR SAL~ Ispruce "Vanderw°'f" Fur" white Pinel BBBi I / I Aleppo Pine • Italian Stone Pine | NEW 5.5 H.P. GAS ENGINE TWIN TANK I Fruit Trees I FIREFIGHTER seeking Permission to Donations For COMPRESSOR ON WHEELS. Ideal for 'l OPEN: Wednesday-Sunday|' QUALUOUSING hunt turkey $, On your property. Call Gary Ho/iday Food Drive TwINc°nstructi°nTANK sites.ELECTRIC$275.00'COMPRESSoR,Obo; SMALL I 9am - 5pm I ~ OPPORTUN[I"Y 760-564-1926 1213o All advertisements for the sale or rental of dwelling units published in the latlan News are $75.00. 760-765-3336 tfnI 619-445-0869 tfn I Available I I subject to the Federal Fair Housing Act which ru== hD-"-~-'-c-¢CRWl-r-cSIAINC ~ Icall 858-243-2762 ...... ted 12/23l~~~ II makes it illegal to advertise any preference, a tor NEW CHAINSAW - Husqvarna 455 Rancher. Purchased 10/8/09. Never been used. $290 limitation or discnmination based on race, " color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or • ~ ----.-. ,,.- . -- l YARD woRK -We are experienced hard national origin or any intention to make such --0__ ~a// I i;(~)~ ~j[~.LI~ I workers, some tree work, brush cutting, preference limitations or discdmination, in .., , I:LESCHO,.,, lTy Computer ~ • weed eating, All types of yard work the sale, mntal, orflnancingofhousing. State m~, ~ .., Wee Lumpkins at 765-w09 I MOBILE HO~ including gardening, raking leaves, big or laws forbid discrimination based on factors in SINCE,..-k I[ IB MUST SELL, '04 NOMAD PARK TRAILER, small. References Available. Please Call addition to those protected under federal law. ~1~1973 ~ 40 foot, 3 slide-outs. Redwood Deck, Tuff 760-765-1169 03/10 We will not knowingly accept any advertlstng Shed. Senior RV Park, Low Rent $12,500. INFANT, TODDLER, CHILD, Youngster Care/ for real estate which is in violation of the AGES 2 - 4TH GRADE 760-765-1052 12116 House-Sitting/ Pet-Sitting/ Local references taw. available. Call Susan at 760-239-1950. 12100 Aft persons are hereby served notice that COMMUNITY SCHOOL [LOCATED " aft dwellings advertised are available on an AT TH E M E']-HODIST CH URCH equal opportunity basis. RENTALS NURSERY • GARDEN FREE STI IFF COMMUNITY FOR SALE - MISC. HUNTING CHILDREN'! SERVICES WORK WANTED FOR SALE MOBILE HOME MEETINGS BUSINESS FOR SALE FOR SALE - AUTOS 7 p~ Fowierton, Texas, H,,~.~^,~ 7~ / v9 M0.day - TURN KEY BUSINESS Julian McMullen and LaSalle Counties WHISPERING PINES - 2 Story All Wood with A'IP|N|! HILLS ROAD Julian ffee House Breadknives, good income, negotiable, in SouthTexas views, Sauna, Wood Burning Stove, Large HOURS: 7:30AM-- 5:30PM DALLY FIREWOOD 765-0047 Ill Patti Rosandich, t Director ,# UCENS " } t i #372000297 [ i LOST and FOUND EQUIPMENT RENTALS COMMERCIAL RENTALS PERSONAL SUPPORT Up Monday- Friday 7:3o a.m. -- 4:3o p.m. 19ZI Main Street - Julia. (mttil further retied Tuesday- 7 pm 9a a Ysa l Mi=i0. (Open Ik)ok Study) Tuesday- 7 pm Qeter$ iM e0very (open to all female 1Z step members) Julian Coffee HOuse 19Z 1 Main Street - Julia. Wed.esday- 6 pm Sa. Jose Valley ¢0.tinuafi0n , hool (aero. street from War.er Unified hool) Thursday- $ pm ¢ommu.ity Unffed Methodig" Church ltwy 75/79 • Pi.e Hills oad Friday- 6 pm FOR SALE BY OWNER Shelter Valley Oo,m onffy Oe er "Oimme ghelter" roup Call Bob (760) 395-0815 tfn FIREWOOD - Oak = $200, Pine = $120, Delivered. Call Dave 619-990- 9578. 12/30 OAK FIREWOOD - Local, $195/cord, Bruce Strachota760-765-0152cel1619-972-0152 12130 SEASONED OAK FIREWOOD - Wood cut on local ranch. Senior Discounts. Delivery in full or half cords. 760-765-2864 tfn The Julian News Prints Lost Pet and Lost and Found Announcements for FREE with a photo. Bring your information to the Julian News Office 1453 Hollow Glen Road. Or Call the office at 765 2231, email us at: submissions@juliannews.com 1989 Ford 350 Flatbed 7.5 L V-8 Great ranch truck $2250 + tax & registration call Harry @ (760)765-3336 LOG SPLITTER RENTAL- 22ton, $75 perday. call 760-765-3336 tfn ILll &l |1 m I Ill lU: Illltt RI kll k~l | • • • I 1 800 479 3339 J You may have tangible wealth untold." caskets of jewels and coffers of gold. Richer than I you can never be. 1had a mother who read to me. -- Strickland Gillilan 760 765 2796 [ i " " Kimberly Mitchell Lic#~766~o62~ gaturday - S !t I [Julian Radio i! [ 2,4/7 ~]~ St. Elizabeths of Hungary i For Services (760)789-7393 Wednesdays i I" I I Live from Julian ,:0Opm , I . Open toAnyone in any 12 step program i i l i [ Classic Rock, i I Deep Cuts, With Alcohol or Drugs? i I Local.Bands, Is A Family Member? 1-800-304-4430 i I Tourist Into Come and see how to be Come Family_./ I * 'a I I For Your Home: ] tl LI I I Live365.com/MP3Rod Come unit) Unit~ ~urch C~ i ] For Your Car. ! !iI Livea65.com/Mobile Contei i Worship Christ Centered Help i! Wednesday Nights- 6:30 MAILED 52 WEEKS- $40.00 Apple Alley .Bakery First Class Delivery- $120.00 INTERNET RADIO WORSHIP SERVICES Call Scott Laughlin for more Information: 760-765-1429 available at 1 services Contemporary Worship Service- 8:30 a.m. "l- Sunday School - 9:30 a.m. Traditional Worship Service - 10:30 Community Church Pastor Rick Hill 2517 C Street • P.O. Box 973 (760) 765 - 3691o www.julianchurch.org Julian, CA 92036 Mail Subscription To: Julian News RO.Box 639 Julian, CA 92036-0639 [PLEASE I~INII'] NAME: ADDRESS: City State Zip +4 TELEPHONE: ( , ) PAYMENT METHOD VISA r-I CHECK E] MONEY ORDER E] CASH [] MASTERCARD 1"7 CREDIT CARD NUMBER: EXPIRATION DATE: / Connecting People With God and Each Other •.. Changing Lives SIGNATURE" For information, call (760) 765-2231 Vature Of Job: Worker's pdmary responsibility will be feeding, grazing and care of cattle and other livestock, as needed and will be on call 24 hours-day, 7 days-week, Sundays and Holidays included. Workem will also perform ranch related work, such as: gather livestock, assist load and unload feed, scatter bulls, check, repair, rebuild or maintain fences, water facilities (including windmills), and other ranch improvements, sort and ship livestock, assist with calving, castrating, branding, ear marking, vaccinating, administenng medications, examining animals for disease, parasites and injudes, check for and destroy noxious plants, clear brush, cut wood, cut, plant, transport, stack, burn and chop prickly pear cactus as a forage for cattle. Workers may also clean barns, pens and water troughs and tend to homes and other livestock. Must be able to dde a horse in a safe manner and work livestock from horseback. May be required to break, train and ride young homes and also shoe horses. Must be willing and able to live on ranch and to perform work with minimal supervision, alone or in small groups with other workers. Must be able and willing to work in all types of weather and must be on call at all times when not working. Must have basic working ability with fence tools, ropes, tack and other common ranch implements. Must be able to find and maintain beadngs to assigned work areas on ranch. Must be reliable. Must be able to use a tractor. Six (6) months expedence required doing similar ranch work. Resume and references required. Employer will comply with the Texas Workers' Compensation Commission requirements and rules for a "Drug Free Workplace" as adopted by the Commission: March 22, 1991, Published in Texas Register: April 5, 1991, Effective Date: Apdl 17, 1991. The Employee must be willing to be drug tested randomly (drug testing paid for by Employer.) Refusal to given wdtten consent for a drug and alcohol testing will disqualify the candidate for consideration of employment. Under the Texas Workers' Compensation Commission Guidelines, searches on Company premises and Company property can be conducted at all times. Possession of firearms and concealed weapons by employees will be not be tolerated. Use or possession of alcohol or drugs will result in immediate termination. On site job interviews and skill evaluations may be conducted under the supervision of a Texas Workers' Compensation Commission "Approved Professional Source Safety Consultant." Job is located 6 miles north of Fowlerton, Texas, McMullen and LaSalle Counties in South Texas. Housing is for single workers only; no family housing is available. Duration of Job: Job begins on February 15, 2010 and lasts until December 15, 2010. Salary and Benefits: Gross: $ 1,200.00 per month. Employer provides housing, grocedes, utilities, and Workers' Compensation Insurance. Generally, workers will prepare their own meals. Reasonable transportation and meals expense to the work-site will be reimbursed by the employer upon completion of 50% of the work contract or eadier. Three-Quarters Guarantee: Employer guarantees employment for a [ minimum of three quarters of the work days of : the total contract period. The above is a summary of the job order. Interested applicants should read the complete job order at local Texas Workforce Office before filing a resume. Applicants should report to and send resumes to The Texas Workforce Commission, 101 East 15th Street, Room 202T, Austin, Texas, FLC Analyst (512) 475-2571. Reference Job Order I Number TX 8100776. 12/16 Master Bedroom. $900/mo + utilities, call: 1-310-702-7693 or 1-310-657-8091 1/6110 WARNER SPRINGS - 2 Bedroom, , 2 Bath, Fenced yard, fireplace, ceiling fans, wonderful views, attached garage, pets negotiable. $1100/mo + deposit and utilities, call: 1-949-310-7393 or email: silverspursranch@gmail.com 12/16 PINE HILLS - 3 BD, 2BA, Craftsman Style Home, 1800 sq.ft. • 2+ car garage, • Single Level • Ocean View • Pristine Forest • $1650/ month-lease, Excellent References Required. 1-619-463-3769 1/6tfn SEE SPRAGUE REALTY'S AD, WE HAVE MANY RENTALS AVAILABLE. WE OFFER ONE MONTH FREE RENT FOR APPROVED TENANTS ON SELECTED PROPERTIES. OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT in Julian to share. $150 per month. Available M-F 6am-4pm. No retail please. 760-533-9049 12/30 SMALL OFFICE IN WYNOLA. Electric included. $395 per month. 760-765-3336 tfn SMALL OLDER 3 BEDROOM I 2 BATH RANCH HOUSE- on 22 acres. Large deck. Seasonal ponds. Ideal for horses. One car garage, shop and fruit trees. Modern kitchen & bathrooms. Secluded & private. In Wynola. $875,000. 760-765-3336 tfn LOG HOME ON 38 ACRES IN NE AZ. - 4400 sq.ft, with detached 2 car garage, electricity, propane, private well, back-up generator. Fenced, MustSee. Loralee Banker 928-521-662212/23 40 ACRE RANCH IN NE AZ. -Fenced x-fenced, electricity, propane, 2 wells, barn, 3000 sq.ft. MF with guest quarters. $229,900. call 928-536-5222 12/23 Trivia Test continued from page 6 6. ARCHITECTURE: What is adobe made of?. 7. MYTHOLOGY: Who was the Greek god of medicine? 8. DISCOVERIES: Who is credited with inventing the air brake? 9. BIRTHSTONES: What is November's traditional birthstone? 10. MATH: What is the Arabic equivalent of the Roman numeral MCMXC? Answers 1. Yellowknife 2. Apup 3. Tall chest of drawers 4. Eight 5. A place to quarantine people with infectious disease 6. The building material is made of dried earth and straw 7. Asclepius 8. George Westinghouse, 1868 9. Topaz 10. 1990 (c) 2009 King Features Synd., Inc.