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8 The Julian News 760 Paul Bicanic, Broker 1 Acre -- 0orgeous, SlopiNg, liuildable Parcel g, edused To Sell . 50,000 Z$ Acres -- Fabulos Views aNd Privacy .............. -69,000 Aores-- View t"o SaN Piego, water meter, approved for bed room residence, house plans ......................... l l 0,000 Z.6 A res -- Fabulous View, Seller Will Provide gepti0 Layout with aseeptable offer ................................... $5,000 Z.5 Acres -- Fabulous views, l/orders State Park. Approved Septic Layout for lied oom resideme. Priveway a,d Pad roughed iN. Seller ofivated to .egofiate all cash offer .................. -$5,000 1.19 Acre -- Water Meter, 9eptic /stem(s), Utilities, ready to liuild 119.000 1 ]. Acres -- Very Private PiNe Hills LaMd. Views to the Coast and Coyamasas. Near the end of Quiet Oaks Trail. Horses OK. SELLL WILL T J, Pl; - PLUg OASH - FOg A JULIAN SlPl;NO[ .Z$9,000 Z.9/ res -- Fabulous View Properly. Septic Approved for lied loom esideNee. All Utilities at Property. Water Meter I ralled. Lots of Usable LaNd for Plenty of FREE Parking Acres -- All u.dergrouNd utilities, Septic layout approved for $ residence. Lots of Oaks. As#aft Paved oad - 150,000 ]..5 Aores--- Absolutely gorgeous property with water meter. All utilities available ....... [ 55,000 Z.F Acres -- Approved PlaNs for lied V, oom, Zliath, #00 g.F.g.esideme, Couwty approved OradiNg PlaN, Approved lied Koom Septic layout, Water Meter, ill eady To liu,d - q.19.000.)II Wynola Farms Marketplace Eugene W. Chandler February 15,1929 - February 24, 2011 Eugene W. Chandler peacefully passed away Wednesday, February 24th, at his home in Julian with his family by his side, after a valiant battle with cancer. He was 80 years old. Eugene was born on February 15th, 1929 in Akron, Ohio to Ralph and Josephine Chandler. He enlisted in the Navy on September 12th, 1946, atthe very young age of 15. After 22 years of courageous service, he retired in December 1967 after receiving numerous awards, including the World War II ........... Victory Medal. Eugene met Shigeko Kobayashi in Japan, and they were married in 1958. They lived both here and abroad before settling in Poway in 1967. There they raised two children, daughter Stephanie and son Andy. Eugene was also a successful entrepreneur owning and operating several businesses in Poway, at our local beaches, and in Julian. He was active in the community, giving both his time and monetary support to our local athletic teams, athletic leagues, and to the under privileged. Eugene was one of six children and is predeceased by both parents, his step-mother Clara, as well as three brothers and one sister. He is survived by one sister, Deanna Adkisson, who is currently living in Tennessee. Eugene is also survived by his wife of 53 years, Shigeko Chandler, daughter Stephanie DiTullio, son-in-law Peter DiTullio, son Andy Chandler, and grandchildren Paige DiTullio and Jake Chandler. Eugene was an extremely openhearted and compassionate man who enjoyed working, reading, watching sports, and spending time with his family and friends. He was always giving to others, was quick with a smile, was known to have a wonderful sense of humor, held a relationship with God and considered himself to be a Christian. He loved his family and was extremely proud of his grandchildren. Eugene will be deeply missed by his family and friends, and all of those who were lucky enough to cross paths with him. A Celebration of Life is to be held at the Maderas Golf Club (;17750 Old Coach Road, Poway) April, 10 2011 at 11:30am. All friends who would like to pay their respects are welcome to attendl Julian's Fourth Of July Parade Committee Fundraiser At Wynola Pizza Everyone Is by Diana Garrett Monday, March 28th from 5 pm until 8 pm Julian's Fourth of July Parade Committee has scheduled a fundraiser dinner at Wynola Pizza. Chairman of the committee, Mike Menghini says, "Harry and Sabine Horner have promised that a portion of the proceeds will go to the parade fund to help keep the parade financially secure." The parade fund is in need of help because we have not been receiving as much TOT funds from the county as we have in the past. There are lots of hidden costs that the public does not know about when putting on a parade. This fundraiser will help. This is an opportunity to come and socialize with your parade committee members and this year's Grand Marshall, Bobbi Green. You are in store for a delicious dinner and loads of fun. You will have a chance to win the 50-50 drawing and a ticket for a ride on an antique airplane. When you come for dinner be certain to mention that you are here for the parade fundraiser so that we get Credit for you attendance. Don't miss this worthwhile event! Taste Of Julian April 9, 2011 - pm To 5 pm Get You Ticket Soon! The "TASTE OF JULIAN," a Julian Merchant Association event, is not just for Julian's visitors to enjoy. It is for everyone who enjoys good food and libation. It is your opportunity to visit restaurants and wineries that you have never had the chance to visit. The lists of participating restaurants and wineries/breweries have grown since our last article. The wineries/breweries are: Country Cellars, Blue Door Winery, Menghini Winery, J. Jenkins Winery, Julian Hard Cider, and Witch Creek Winery. The restaurants/bakeries include: Mom's Pie House, Wynola Pizza Express, Jeremy's on the Hill, Candied Apple Pastry, Julian Pie Company, Julian Tea and Cottage Arts, Hero's Dell, Apple Alley Bakery, Rongbranch, Fajita Grill, Buffalo Bills, and Cowbella Ranch CatS. Not only will you be able to enjoy good food and drink, but you will be able to meet Julian's fabulous Artists who will be at each location displaying their original artwork. The art displays will be made possible by members of the Julian Art Guild. Tickets are limited and cost $20 and can be purchased on- line at www.julianmerchants. org through Paypal or in town at Mom's Pie House, at Menghini Winery, at Wynola Pizza Express and Country Cellars in Wynola before the event. Tickets may be purchased the day of the event at the Town Hall for $25 if there are tickets left. On April 9th participants will pick up colored wristbands to easily identify them along with a map of participating restaurants/ wineries upon check-in at Julian's Town Hall. The self- guided tour allows participants to visit participating restaurants at their own pace; in any order they choose within the specified time frame and enjoy the unique atmosphere each restaurant and winery has to offer. Taste of Julian is a fundraiser to benefit the community through the Julian Merchants Association, a non-profit association. For more information call Diana Garrett -760-765-3647 March 23, 2011 Your Child Into A Seminar By Fred Becker Thursday, March 24th At Julian High School Yes, it is inevitable, our little kids who use to hug our leg and ask us a thousand questions will soon be adults. I know that many parents with younger children don't think about their child as an adult: With the t-ball practice, piano lessons, school and just having fun, who can think of a time when our young child will leave us to seek their own independence and freedom. For parents of high school age kids it is a little different. Many parents do think of their teens' future. They think about college and how they are going to pay for it, what type of job their child might have, and most importantly, when do I get to convert that bedroom into an office, TV room, or sewing room. But one thing remains the same, no matter how old your children are the time between now and adulthood will go by very quickly. Just ask all the parents of adults! One very important question parents need to ask themselves is what do we need to do to launch ' out children into adulthood. What social and emotional skills will our children need to be happy, healthy, and successful in their adult years? Some parents think their children have already developed the skills they need, and others feel that schools and colleges will prepare them. I am not talking about how JULIAN 2902 Washington Street Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 and Sat 9:00 to 5:00 Ch0SBD on Sunday to wash clothes, fix dinner and balance a checkbook, although those are good skills to have. am talking about intrinsic skills of emotional control, problem solving, respect, collaboration, negotiation, motivation, and being more positive, just to name a few. In the long run it is ATTITUDE that will determine our success or failure in life. Does your child have the right attitude for adulthood? If not, then when should you start helping them develop a positive attitude of significance, capability, and influence? Without these three intrinsic perceptions, they will struggle and fail. Please join me, Fred Becker of the Becker Institute next Thursday, March 24th at 6pm at Julian High School to learn more about how to help your child develop the skills they will need to be successful in life. This seminar has been paid for by Julian High school and if free to all Julian community members. For more information on this event contact Jennifer Roberts at 760-765-0606 ext 218. County Warns Business Owners Of Phony "Health Inspectors" The San Diego County Department of Environmental Health (DEH) is warning local businesses of a fraud targeting restaurants and other small businesses in California, including San Diego County. An individual claiming to be a "health inspector" has been calling a number of restaurants in California claiming there is a new procedure to arrange a health inspection. "A DEH inspector will never call a business to conduct an inspection," said Jack Miller, DEH Director. "There is no new DEH inspection procedure." As part of the scheme, the phony "health inspector" asks the business owner to follow a procedure to get a special "code" to confirm the upcoming inspection. Later the business owner receives a second call asking for the "confirmation code." Of course, there is no such inspection and no real inspector ever arrives. This phony inspector scheme is believed to be part of a larger fraud scheme involving the set up of "verified" accounts with a national on-line auction service. The purpose of the "code" request is to get the small business owner to provide false verification to the online auction service. The fraud artist does this to establish a bogus on-line account to be used in other fraud schemes. Business owners can protect The Taxman Cometh April 18th! Are You Ready? Call for a tax preparation appointment TODAY (760) 765-1050 (619) 987-4893 Get the free mobile app at http://gettag.mobil [~CTAo Christine M. Catalina, MSBA, EA 2015 Main Street, Suite F (McKinney Building) P.O. 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