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16 The Julian News April 9, 2003 i / WYNOLAOFFICE Appl Ju tion R E In 4367 HIGHWAY 78-79 e , C, HIGHWAY 79 OFFICE 760-765-2323 OFFICE 7304076 H]G8H7 WoYF9 E 760-765-2036 FAX 760 765-28 78 760-765-2879 FAX HARRY REESE TIM HEINLEIN PAUL BICANIC CAROLE HOPBALLE Broker-Asso('iate Sales-Associate www.applejunctionrealestate.com 0wner-Broker Sales-Associate www.julian-realestate.com JEANDUFFY Sales-Associate Io] To] :I ']: D Ion[o] 1= q_'1: 1,7:1:1 ,]: [ol  I [o]: [o111 :I 7 J 4:1t h i ! TWO RENTAL BUILDINGS on 3.2 acres. Zoned C-32. Ample parking. Good well and I seasonal pond ........... REDUCED TO $350,000.[ I I LOVELY 3-DR, 2.5-BA, 2142-s.f. home on 2.28 acres has a large ,wng room with [ [ stone fireplace, large dining room with wood stove, large fami{y room with brick I I fireplace, and lovely kitchen with abundant oak cabinets Also features attached, I I oversized garage; wrap-around deck; large, two-story barn; beautiful views; and I I is located at the end of a private lane Very peaceful and quiet -- ideal for I I children, retirement, and serene country living ................ REDUCED TO $379,000. I I ,ads, Julian's Count, CUSTOM LOG HOME -- 3 DR, 2 BA, 1652 s.f. on usable 1/2 acre, 2-car garage, underground utilities, quiet cul-de-sac ......................................... $389,000. REASONAILY PRICED 4-DR, 2-BA, 2016 s.f., country home on 1/3 acre with wonderful views of the surrounding mountains. Home has low-maintenance vinyl siding, 2 pellet stoves for those cozy winter nights, wrap-around wood deck for entertaining & relaxing, and a lovely landscaped yard with potting shed for your gardening enjoyment ............................................................... $369,000. NICE, 2-DR+ extra room, 1-BA, 1080-s.f. home on A ac. in Whispering Pines area of Julian w/extra-large windows, stone fireplace w/insert, nice front porch, large entryway w/coat closet, wall-to-wall carpet, double closets in bedrooms, eat at kitchen counter & dining area with room for those special family occasions. 2 storage sheds, fenced backyard, and metal garage/workshop .......... REDUCED TO $223,900, 2,5 ACRES --CUYAMACA WOODS -- uNIMPROVED VIEW BUILDING SITE. $35,000. 1.3 ACRES -- CUYAMACA WOODS  B'EAUTIFUL VIEW; OAKS AND PINES; APPROVED FOR 3-BEDROOM RESIDENCE. $53,000. 2.5 ACRES ---tUdItl/OODS -- REMOTE, t, t L SOUTH-FACIN  CE, HAS PHONE, WOODED, $59,000. .67 ACRE -- HARRISON PARK -- VIEW PARCEL AT END OF ROAD, CLEARED PAD, SEPTIC LAYOUT FOR 1 BEDROOM. $59,000. .83-ACRE --,,,U,V,O7,,,/OODS -- MOUNTAIN VIEWS, PHOI'I ]!..tl[ltl[ HOUSE, GENERATOR, STORAGE SHED. $69,000. 1.9 ACRES -- CUYAMACA WOODS -- GENTLY SLOPING VIEW PROPERTY WITH PHONE. $75,000. 2.5 ACRES -- CUYAMACA WOODS -- SOUTH- FACING, VIEW PARCEL WITH WATER METER AND TELEPHONE. PINES, OAKS, MANZ.ANITA, $89,000. 4.59 ACRES .-- WYNOLA ESTATES -- STUNNING VIEWS; MAJESTIC OAKS; LARGE, ROCK OUTCROP- PINGS; PRIVATE BLDG. SITE ON CUL-DE-SAC. HAS WATER METER WITH UNDERGROUND ELECTRI- CITY & TELEPHONE. $98,000. CUSTOM BUILT on 6.44 acres with views of Banner Canyon, mountains, and desert beyond. 1 BR 1 BA 702 s.f., open kitchen and living area, wood interior, wood-burning stove, artesian spnng, and wilderness privacy ............................................................ $299,000. ELEGANT TUDOR COUNTRY. HOME 3 DR. 3 BA, 2852 sq. ft. on 1.13 acres. Large, stone fireplace; heavy, wood beams and planked ceilings; panoramic views from wrap- around, redwood deck; large bonus room ................. $659.000. CHARMING, 1-bedroom cabin with view of the lake. Large loft, large deck. Adjoining lot has septic for 2-bedroom installed. Sold "as is."..... ........ $260,000. LIKE-NEW(single-level, custom home in Wynola Estates has 3 DR, 2 BA , on 2V2 usable, private acres. Home features oak-trim cabinets; central heat & air conditioning; beautiful, antique, pot belly stove; security system; patio; large, covered porch; and plenty of storage, both inside and out .................................................... $399,000. 5 ACRES -- JUUAN -- SEASONAL CREEK, BIG TREES. SELLER WILL PROVIDE SEPTIC LAYOUT. $t29,000. : " --- 6 ACRES --- OMME RC IAL/AG RI U LTU RAL 2 ACRES ZONED C-36. 4 ACRES ZONED AGRICULTURAL. HIGHWAY .VISIBILITY. LOTS OF OPEN MEADOW WITH OAK FOREST. $240,000. 3B*2 s on2* acrs Enoythewoneu openll I kitchen featuring gourmet European appliances & granite counter tops & the romantic natural stone fireplace in the living room of this fine, custom home. Master bedroom has his-and-hers walk-in closets & whirlpool tub. Spiral staircase leads down to handsome den with full bath. With a 2-car garage with circular drive & a stun- ning view from the deck, this home won't last long .......... $455,000. IVACANT LAND] 13+ ACRES PINE HILLS REMARKABLE PARCEL WITH GRASSY MEADOW, POND, & OAK FOREST WITH BUILDING SITE ABOVE RUSHING, SEASONAL CREEK PROPERTY INCLUDES SHARED WELL, STORAGE TANK & HOUSE PLANS ...................... $289,000. 8.4 ACRES -- OAK HILL RANCH -- UNDERGROUND UTILITIES, BEAUTIFUL' VIEWS, GATED ENTRY, HAS WELL. $135,000, 122 ACRES -- EAGLE PEAK -- REMOTE AND PRIVATE WITH OAKS & MANZANITA. DELIGHTFUL SETTING. $282,000 5 ACRES -- SHELTER VALLEY- PANORAMIC VIEWS, NEEDS WELL, ELECTRIC, & PHONE AT PROPERTY. $35,000. 1 ACRE -- SHELTER VALLEY -- LEVEL, FENCED ACRE. HAS WELL, ELECTRICITY & TELEPHONE AT PROPERTY. STORAGE BLDGS. INCLUDED. $45,900. 2.4 ACRES -- LAKE HENSHAW -- REMOTE, FORESTED, VIEW PROPERTY. $39,000. Opinion WHEN A HIRING FREEZE IS NOT ONE by Assemblyman Ray Haynes - 66 t" Assembly District Dateline March, 2002--Governor Gray Davis announces a hiring freeze for the government of the State of California. Facing a $24 billion deficit, Davis announced that the State would stop hiring new employees, announcing an immediate hiring freeze for the entire government. Dateline: September 2002--State has hired 9000 more employees despite the freeze, while closing the deficit with a mixture of tax increases and borrowing. The 2002-03 budget adopted in September 2002 continued to increase spending in California despite an actual drop in revenues to the state from $79 billion in '01 to $66 billion in'02, with a revenue of $74 billion in '03." Dateline March, 2003--Faced with a $6 billion operating deficit in the 2002- 03 budget, falling revenue estimates, and a projected $18 billion budget deficit (at least) in the 2003-04 budget, the California State government has now hired 37,000 employees since its hiring freeze began. -When a Sacramento newspaper was rather indelicate enough to point out that the hiring freeze wasn't a freeze at all, the Davis administration immediately retaliated by pulling the state's advertising from the paper. I know ! have said this a lot, but sometimes I feel like I have entered an alternative universe when I walk into the State Capitol building. I hear these noises coming from the mouths of the budgeting people, from the Legislators themselves, and the Governor, and those noises sound like English words, but those sounds don't have English meanings. Take the word "freeze" for instance. In normal parlance, when referring to physics, it describes the physical activity that occurs when water turns from a liquid to a solid. Building on this physics phenomenon, some use the word in the business context to mean "stop" growing. To freeze spending is to stop spending any more money. To freeze hiring is to stop hiring new people. This meaning is trying to give people the idea that, as water stops moving and encroaching upon other physical substances when it is frozen, so spending or hiring will stop encroaching on revenue when they are frozen. That is, at least, what I think it means, and I bet if you asked most people, they would think the same thing. Not government. When government "freezes" hiring, it still ooes like water; it just oozes slower than it did before. A hiring freeze to government means that it still got to encroach on your liberty, and take more of your hard-earned money in taxes, it just doesn't get to take all it wants. Our Governor wants $8.3 billion more of your money in new taxes, Legislative Democrats have, in some form or another proposed over $30 billion in new taxes and fees, all to pay for the "prografias" that have killed incentive and job growth in California, and helped cause the biggest state government deficit in the history of'this country. They claim you need these government services; they claim people will die if they don't spend this money; they claim they have held the line on spending, spent only on essential services, and this problem resulted, not from overspending, but from tax cts, "l'hey claim that they can increase taxes without a two-thirds vote of the Legislature, even though the Constitution requires it. They also claim that hiring 37,000 people is a hiring freeze. Words have meanings. Those meanings are very important, designed so that people can communicate in a way that everyone can understand. That is true everywhere but in government where officials seem to interpret words, laws and constitutions in whatever way best serves their own agenda. It seems our Governor is a modern day Humpty Dumpty, who not only created a mess that all the governmem officials couldn't put back together again, but also bragged in Lewis Carroll's Through the Looking Glass that "When I use a word, it means just what I choose it to mean--neither more nor less." Once you realize that our Governor's role model is apparently a fairy tale character, it makes the rest of our problems a lot easier to understand. Assemblyman Ray Haynes represents the 66th Assembly District, which includes portions of Western Riverside County and North'ern San Diego County. For more information call our office at 909-699-1113. Wherever Florence Nightingale traveled, even to the Crimea, she kept a pet ow! in her pocket. Fully 95 percent of all forms of life that have existed on the earth are now extinct. WE INVITE YOUR OPINION/ The views expressed bycontributing writers are not necessarily those of The Julian News or its management. We invite all parties to submit their opinions and comments to The Julian News. All contributed items are subject to editorial approval prior to acceptance for publication. Sports Challenge by Walter Branch 1. What short basketball player titled his autobiography "Flying High"? 2. What basketball player once declared: "I don't want to play 10 years in the NBA and die of a heart attack at age 40"? 3. What Big Ten team were nine of the 20 members of the 180 Olympic gold medal hockey squad from? 4. What Soviet basketball player was the Portland Trail Blazers' num- ber one draft.pick in 1986? 5. What New York team did Hall of Fame hockey player Guy Lafleur come back with after a four-year retirement? 6. What former New York Jet posed in character for a poster titled "Markan the Barbarian"? 7. What decathloner said he spent 12 years training for a career that was over in a week? 8. How many races did Dennis Conner have to win in the finals of the America's Cup in 1987? 9. What NFL team was the first to offer a tryout to disgraced track star Ben Johnson? 10. Who was the first U.S. gym- nas t to win an Olympic individual overall gold medal? 'au I 'e!pal I]O 00 @ UOlla[ no'-[ 'aelAI "01 :s'oqoD SelIe(] aqi "6 "aAId "8 :auuaf aana H "L '.neau!lseo laelAI "9 :saaue/ t.loA. a N aqi "g :s!uoqs sep!A.W "# :mosauu!lAI jo Xl!saa^!UFl oq. L " 'qa!aeZglAI ,,alad IOlS!d,, "g :qqaA. pnds "1 saasuv aUalleqD slaod S YOU DON'T SAY! Two out of three adults in the U.S. wea r glasses at some time. The easiest sounds for the human ear to hear are, in order, "ah," "aw," "eh," "ee," and "oo". JULIAN UNION SCHOOL DISTRICT KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION On May 8 th (or any day after) 2:30 pm Requirements for kindergarten enrollment: 1. Child must be 5 years old on or before December 2, 2003. Parent/guardians must present proof of.birth, such as a birth certificate or baptismM record at the time of registration. 2. Parents/guardians must provide proof of resident, such as a utility bill, rental receipt, etc. at the time of registration. 3. State law requires that the following records be presented at the time of registration: A. Polio - 4 doses, but 3 doses are enough if at least one was given after child's 2 " birthday. B. DTP/DtaP/DT/Td - 4 or more doses, but one more dose is needed if the last dose was. given before the child's 2 "a birthday. C. MMR - 2 doses D. Hepatitis B - 3 doses For more information please call 765- 0661. The Julian News is the only weekly newspaper covering the area east of Ramona. (760) 765-2620 24" X 36,' .Copies. 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