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January 7, 1987
Julia Christian has joined TCS Real Estate Services as vice president.
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July 31, 2005 | Dan Arritt, Times Staff Writer
Julia Christian earned the biggest victory of her career Saturday at the Honda U.S. Open of Surfing. Rebecca Woods suffered her worst loss. Christian, a 23-year-old from Carlsbad, won the women's title alongside the Huntington Beach pier, putting her in excellent position to re-qualify for the World Championship Tour next season. "Last week I was sick with the flu and I'm just coming back strong," she said. "I'm really light right now and I think that made the difference in the small waves."
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SPORTS
July 31, 2005 | Dan Arritt, Times Staff Writer
Julia Christian earned the biggest victory of her career Saturday at the Honda U.S. Open of Surfing. Rebecca Woods suffered her worst loss. Christian, a 23-year-old from Carlsbad, won the women's title alongside the Huntington Beach pier, putting her in excellent position to re-qualify for the World Championship Tour next season. "Last week I was sick with the flu and I'm just coming back strong," she said. "I'm really light right now and I think that made the difference in the small waves."
NEWS
September 22, 1991
Julia Jackson Christian Preston, 104, granddaughter of Confederate Gen. Thomas J. (Stonewall) Jackson. At age 4 in 1891, she and her brother unveiled a statue in Lexington, Va., of their grandfather, who defeated Union soldiers at Bull Run and in other battles before he was killed in the Battle of Chancellorsville in 1863. Mrs. Preston organized a Red Cross chapter in High Point, N.C., and wrote humorous essays, several of which were published.
NEWS
September 22, 1991
Julia Jackson Christian Preston, 104, granddaughter of Confederate Gen. Thomas J. (Stonewall) Jackson. At age 4 in 1891, she and her brother unveiled a statue in Lexington, Va., of their grandfather, who defeated Union soldiers at Bull Run and in other battles before he was killed in the Battle of Chancellorsville in 1863. Mrs. Preston organized a Red Cross chapter in High Point, N.C., and wrote humorous essays, several of which were published.
SPORTS
April 26, 2005 | Pete Thomas
Pro surfing's men's Body Glove Surfbout begins today, and the women's SG Lowers Pro starts Thursday at Lower Trestles near San Clemente. Both Assn. of Surfing Professionals' World Qualifying Series contests have a four-star rating, attracting international surfers hoping to earn points to qualify or requalify for next year's elite World Championship Tour. Included in the men's field of 208 are twins and perennial WCT standouts C.J.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 23, 1998 | S.J. CAHN
The Samaritan Center, the city's only daytime homeless shelter, will continue operating under an agreement reached with St. Francis of Assisi Episcopal, which owns the property. Church officials, contending the center was months behind on rent, took control of the site during Thanksgiving week.
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October 4, 1998 | JENNIFER HAMM
James Padron brought his dog, Cisco, to St. Francis of Assisi Episcopal Church in Simi Valley on Saturday in the hopes that the annual animal blessing would do what veterinary medicine hasn't been able to: help heal the Rhodesian ridgeback's bone cancer. "It's just her and I," Padron said, adding that Cisco comforted him when he recently underwent a kidney transplant. "I figured I'd bring her here. I'm just doing my part, paying her back."
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March 17, 2000 | MILO PEINEMANN
The creation of a one-stop center for a wide variety of social services is at the center of a new campaign by a local coalition of charity groups. The proposed Simi Valley center would offer everything from domestic violence counseling to employment assistance to advice on how to obtain food. Supporters of the program--called Under One Roof--are seeking $400,000 from the city for a down payment on a building they hope to open next year.
SPORTS
October 14, 2006 | Pete Thomas, Times Staff Writer
Its claim to the title "Surf City" has been debated in public and the courts, but Huntington Beach will certainly look the part over the next nine days. The World Surfing Games will commence today with the Parade of Nations and Sands of the World ceremonies on the pier and beach. Thereafter, 34 teams will compete for their countries and as individuals in open men's and women's divisions, a men's longboard division and men's and women's bodyboarding divisions.
BUSINESS
January 7, 1987
Julia Christian has joined TCS Real Estate Services as vice president.
SPORTS
July 22, 2006 | Pete Thomas, Times Staff Writer
Rob Machado will remember 2001 as the year his dream of becoming a world champion crumbled like a sand castle drying under the summer sun. But it's also the year he discovered that a surfer with his ability doesn't need to wear a crown to earn the respect of a champion, and that fate sometimes smiles upon those with shattered hopes. He broke his hand and missed the second World Championship Tour contest in 2001. The Sept.
SPORTS
August 3, 2003 | Dan Arritt, Times Staff Writer
Chelsea Georgeson not only surfed better than the remaining finalists Saturday in the U.S. Open of Surfing women's competition, she outscored every rival who paddled out this week. Georgeson produced the highest women's heat score of the event and one of the highest wave scores in winning the women's title at the Huntington Beach Pier. Georgeson, a 19-year-old Australian, finished with a best-two-wave heat score of 17.
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