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March 3, 2010 9 The Julian News (760) 765 0192 We have our own private parking lot behind the office... entrance off 'C' Street C O R N E R OF OPE RTIEs :AIN:I www.j ulian-prop TREET Est. 1967 P.O. Box 1000 Julian, CA 92036 I I JULIAN ESTATES - Gated community of high end . . IMMACULATE CUSTOM HOME on one acre ..... SINGLE LEVEL HOME on wooded acre m Pine .. • homes. This 4.7 acres has mcre&ble views, private I " with views to Palomar. Gourmet kitchen, to] g:ade 2 DWELLINGS ON 1 PARCEL, cons,lsting of 2.5 . ^ . • ,. Hills 2 bedroom 2 bath famil room ranit appliances, Many custom features. 3 BR, :!.5 BA, Acres. 3+BD/2+BA Home, w/1BD/1BAi Apartment .................. [ cul-d=-sac drive, and well already drilled. Don t " , , y , g e counter tops, cathedral ceilings in living room, above 2 Car Gara e, w/se arate SDG&E meters miss tins opportumty to own m one or me incest 179] sq. ft. with floor to ceiling windows and wrap- g_ P : ' [ communities in the mountains [ attached garage. Private spa off master bedroom. aromd dec]. $575,000 $359,000 I Reduced to $275,000. [ $398,000 LOVELY SPACIOUS HOME - on 9.24 Acres. Great Floor plan - 4 Bedrooms, 2.5 Baths, Gourmet Kitchen, Formal Dining Room, 2 Fireplaces, Central Air and Heat, Deck, Garage. UNUSUAL AND REMOTE MOUNTAIN PROPERTY. M CHOICE SITE IN PINE HILLS. 1.28 Acres with[[ 20 Acres, Complete with dry cabin for ecluded get-ll I easy access, mature trees. Service by water company, Ill away weekends. Oak, Fir and Spruce hrees. Views. II has approved septic layout. I] II II $240,000 I $188,000 [1 $649,000 AVAILABLE LAND • FIVE ACRES with views, paved private road, well and septic in, shed and pump house - lots of improvements. $187,000 • 4.32 ACRES on North Peak. On a clear day you can see to the coast line - also Stonewall and Cuyamaca Peak. $180,000 • JULIAN ESTATES - Gated community of high end homes. 4.7 acres with incredible views, private road, well in. $275,000 6.14 USABLE ACRES - Views to Palomar Mountain and the Volcan Mountain range. Great horse property. Priced at $319,000 Rose Steadman, Broker/Owner Juli Zerbe, Broker Associate • Melo-de Savage, Realtor: Associate • Kirby Winn, Realtor Associate • Ken Bunch, Broker Associate ernail: email: email: email: How t Of Your Next Doctor's Visit (NAPSA)--Taking some time to think about your next doctor's visit can help you get the best pos- sible care. A successful relationship be- tween doctor and patient requires open and honest communication from both sides, and an informed patient may find it easier to keep the lines of communication open. Dr. Michael Lindberg, director of Medicine at Hartford Hospital, provides tips on how you can make the most out of every doc- tor's visit. Pre-visit Preparation: * An informed patient can con- tribute to the success of the doc- tor-patient relationship. While patients can benefit from having some background knowledge when they go to appointments, they should be wary of some med- ical information sources available online, Web sites such as are reputable online references that are reviewed by people who work in the field. Be cautious about TV commercials--most likely, the content is provided by companies trying to sell you their product. Keep in mind that even if a friend or family member dis- played similar symptoms, it does not mean that you have the exact same condition or require the same treatment. • Prepare and bring a list of issues you want to discuss. Remember that some issues :may A good relationship between doctor and patient depends on open and honest communication from both sides. require a more in-depth follow-up appointment. • Review your medications or, even better, bring the bottles with you. Making the Most of Your Doctor's Visit: • Be on time--or even a little early--to fill out paperwork for your appointment. Despite com- mon perceptions, most doctors' offices run on time. • Go in wanting to be honest and up-front. No question is too embarrassing to ask. • If you don't understand something, ask for clarification right away. Don't think it will come up later. If you leave con- fused, the visit has failed. • Be clear and concise when explaining yourself, and very specific when describing your symptoms. Focus on the main reason for your appointment. • Remember that it is your body and your life. Take charge of it. Look on your relationship with your doctor as a partnership. You have to work together, and that means open and honest communi- cation from both sides, What Not To Do During a Visit: • Don't anticipate that doctors know more about you than they do; be ready to spell it out. • Don't be afraid to ask what options there are for treatment. It's important for your doctor to understand your health goals and vahms. • Don't stay with a doctor you have trouble communicating with. If the relationship is not working, tell the doctor why and move on. • Don't drop an "oh, by the way" at the end of an appoint- ment. Be up-front early about your concerns. Taking Care Outside the Doctor's Office: • Take preventive care by tak- ing recommended vaccines and ensuring that you are up to date with all cancer and cholesterol screenings. Talk to your doctor about which age-appropriate steps should be taken to keep you healthy. • Maintain proper diet and regular exercise. • Don't smoke. More health tips and other helpful information can be fbund at www.hart High-Tech Repair Jobs Part Of Work-From-Home Trend (NAPSA) - When it comes to finding a rewarding job, a growing number of people think there's no place like home. According to trend watcher Mark Penn, over 4 million Americans now work entirely from home and 20 million work from home part-time. Some say that tech jobs, such as programming or computer and smartphone repair, are particularly well suited to be part of this trend. For example, a leading provider of online technology services called Support.corn recently announced that it is embarking on a campaign to hire more than 100 work-from-home online technology-solution engineers within the next 100 days. Prospective hires must be bright, self-motivated individuals who are already highly competent at fixing computers as well as syncing printers, smartphones and other consumer tech appliances. They're also likely to be the person who friends and relatives call when their computer goes on the blink. Upon an initial screening, applicants will undergo additional competency testing and, if selected, will be compensated to receive rigorous online training to ensure that Experts say that over 4 million Americans now work entirely from home and 20 million work from home part-time. they meet the "best in class" standards of technical aptitude and customer service developed by for its team of personal technology experts. "Our services are in greater demand than ever as consumers are looking to us to ensure their computers, printers and other critical devices such as digital cameras are operating efficiently," said Josh Pickus, president and chief executive officer of "To meet this demand, we're seeking to hire individuals with the right tech experience and talent in areas where jobs have been scarce and we can make a positive impact on their recovery." Tech-savvy individuals who think they have the right stuff can click or visit comlnode/1141 to review the qualifications for employment and submit a confidential application., Inc. provides what it describes as "instant technology relief" to consumers and microbusinesses. Its expert "solutions engineers" can provide quick, cost-effective and satisfying technology support experience over the Internet and the phone using an advanced technology platform. For more information, visit i. l