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14B Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2001 Photo submitted A giant American flag hangs above the devasta- tion that was once the World Trade Center. - we also Holiday Stationary Party Invitations Accessories carry - e Personalized Gift Boxes Holiday Seals Gift Bags . Napkins for Holiday Parties The Feather River Bulletin (s3o) for a fraction of the cost! SPACIOUS FLOOR PLAN 60 LB. SNOW LOAD MANY EXTRAS MUST SEE! Beautifully Spacious 3 bedroom, 2 bath open floor plan features French doors leading to end. Low E vinyl windows throughout! Model D934 Ser. #0539 SET UP & DEUVERED Gorgeous Country Kitchen has island work space, oak cabinets galore, peek through bar and all appliances included at this price! Bulletin, At the couldn't speak. I come by the ble and the faces Someone else food, and bled at the mous New York caring form looked CamUmmd 1.1 although she slept most of the way to the New Jersey Ferry, which was fine by me--I could sing with the radio without too much embarrass- ment. Our fin'st day there, we set- fled in and got our bearings. Our office was on Staten Is- land, but we could see the dy ahead of us in I now infamous skyline. On the back at us second day, Kim and I saw the The vendor asked destruction in person for the dog and soda were flu'st time. needed. Battery Park and Lower Not even Manhattan were covered with said, "And missing person posters. The want, too." posters were everywhere, Once along with the military: Na- with disbelief. She tional Guard, Marines and us, smiled, and Navy. We hitched a ride with you," and a Navy Petty Officer on a golf handing cart, allowing us easy access I through the many check- thought points. Sitting on the back York; : seat, I had my back to the dri- to be this ver, trying to listen as he For the talked about his experience in when I the Big Apple. The aroma came before the stranger who visual, an unforgettable smell my first New York of death and burning debris, and made The sight overpowered the smell, a huge piece from the en. top of the towers jutting out of In a the ground with huge piles of the country's rubble all around, that lady showed The surrounding buildings She showed that had pieces missing, some cans are in this huge sections, from debris while we don't that had hit in the collapse. Dust covered every building as one for blocks--no vehicles were One stranger allowed to leave "Ground Ze- the American s ro" until being washed down gone down with by fire hoses to prevent the but lives on. I eafft dust from spreading. The Red wonder if she Cross worked diligently to much she turned n provide food, counsel, even a around. I massage clinic to all the pressed my, workers, person. eaml from iml to the highway 40 or 50 feet in front of my vehicle. They We'll get were crossing the highway to As we look go home. I had to apply full on Measure M pressure to my brakes and feat. Sixty-six voters said came very close to losing con- trol of my Vehicle to avoid hit- handful of votes ting the dogs. insuperable How many of you have had The similar encounters with these of Indian Valley dogs? I have had at least three the necessity in'the six months I have lived our in Graeagle. Talking to local though it woultl residents, I found the num- their I bers to be similar to my own days of fiscal experiences, that is q When I advised the owner Big] of the dogs of my near colli- there is a new sion, she looked at me and in the said, "Does it look like I am Dr. Pace coming concerned?" The apparent month, we lack of regard for the dogs' that the district welfare, and the safety of out. passing motorists, appalls me. Dick I am pleading with the owner to either build the dogs a suitable enclosure to keep news them from harm's way or sur- As a render the dogs to local au- in business thorities to prevent an in- a man who is evitable accident that will at tired of small least claim the lives of two let's have some helpless animals and perhaps the lives of innocent members This little female is 12 Is this your weeks old. She is the last found on of her 7 siblings to find a This tabby is 4-6 home, Won't you open and has been your home to her? Come take Visit our Website at www. Please think before you turn your pet animal control. The animal rescue will not always take the animals. If can be found, they will be pot For more information call the PlumaS Animal Shelter in Quincy at 283-3 This public service announcement brought HEAT TRANSFER SY$1 Heating, Cooling & Refrigeration $1 64 Bresciani Lane, Quincy