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8 The Julian News June 23, 2010 44:70 HIOHWAY 78 www.AJl00[.c0m 760-76[-ZSTS l'lejr/y o/ if.IF Park/00g % PAUL PlAHI Owaer-Proker Sales-Associate gHEIt, YI.L ST00IOKLANP JULIAN HOME Large Z kd Koch, Z Ith, 1950 s.f. (Z) Mauive Maral Stone Fireplaces. 0pc, beamed ceilings, ky pine al wood paneling iwcrior. Porcelain Tile t, [erber Carpeting thru-oet. Flagstone patio areas with Covered fro porch. 1 ear garage plus 10x1# store room wi slab floor and eleendoHy. Many natural stone plawters with sprinklers al hose bibs. Totally fenced Sooth facing |/Z acre parcel. ffI$9.000 j JULIAN LANP If Acres - Very Private Pine Hills Land. Views to the Coast and m/aaaeas. Near the end of Quiet Oaks Trail. Horses OK. SLq.L WILL TF,PE - PLUS H - FOK JULIAN SIIKNOE. ...................................... 89,000 S.Z1 Acres -- Preathtakieg Panoramic View Lot. Completely Surveyed. Has proposed SaN Piego Coum'y Health Pepartmeet sere [ayoet for  Ped om residence. Seller will provide comity approval with acceptable offer ................... Z6,000 S.11 Acres -- Very Private with Well, Pog Kennel Storage Puildimg ......... .............................................. 199,999 6J$ Acre# -- Your horses will love this fabulous view site with eomplsted proposed I ed oom septic layout. Keeenfly surveyed ....................... Z0,000 L9 Acres  Fabulous 60 View Property. Septic Approved for  Pod oo$ Keddee. All Utilities at Property. Water Meter In, ailed. Lots of Usable Land for Horses, #ardens ............................................... $199,000 1.16 Acres -- Terrific Views, Two legal Parcels, Two Addresses for the Price of Oe! Septic in for oe. Two Sets of Water Shares, Eleeffic Pole om Twin Oaks Property. Eleeffle Pole o Pine Tree Lane. Must See to Appreciate. IF9 Twin Oaks  tZ Pine Tree Lane. Priced to sell .............. IZ,000 .65 Acre -- All usable overlooking Keener Kaeoh. Has approved septic layout. Water shares to Convey. [a/aeee to oulrly maim'ained road ................  $ {],9 0 0 .#9 Acre -- Terrific all usable level to semite let with approved septic layout for Z Pod ,oo$ residence. Manufactured home 0Y Water share to convey. Survey Complete. All ltfle available ..................... Price Kedeed to 45,000 % J Fabulous views from this large uable parcel. Approved for $ PF, reside,co. Cam build (Z) homes legally. Priwway and pad roughed in. Seasonal creek with area suffable {or pond. Part of la,d was previously terraced for orchard. Toes of Oak Firewood to be harvested. #cod for horses. 0000#9.000 j erope00e, are "off e #rid = INo $t#[I. thor, , telep00 erro to eh parcel me have water eaeter, oeae eeed wells, All orl#ally approved for $ ed Kooea resldeee. uffable for maeufaetored homes. I Acre -- orgeous, SIopin uildable Pared P, edoced To Sell .......... 50,000 L6 Acres -- Fabulous View, Seller WilE Provide Septic Layout with acceptable offer ................................................... 1 [,000 .7 Acres -- Has Water Meter, Nice View, Large Polldable Lot ...... l 1[,000 L6[ Acres -- Large Parcel with Water Meter, House Plan Available ...  l $,000 Z. Acres -- Fabulous views from the 0oro,ados to n lemee. Porders State Park. Approved Sere Layout for  P. residence. Ilriveway and Pad roulhod in.. )9 S,00.. Z. Acres - All underground utilities, ,pflc layout approved for J P. residence. Lots of Oaks. Asphalt Paved oad ............................. q0,000 Z.F Acres -- Approved Plan for  Ped Koom, ZPath, Z#00 S.F. Kesidenoe, 0ouety approved rading Plan, Approved  Pod oom Septic layout, Water Meter, Keady To Poild ................................................... Z19,000, J \\; Because of Medicare, less than 4 percent of Americans 65 and over are without health insurance, compared with 15 percent of the general population. ............. :;L Program Rewards Boomers' Volunteer Ideas (NAPSA)--A new program en- courages boomers to stay healthy so they can be helpful. The initiative--called Boomers Building a Better America--will award grant money to baby boomers who come up with the three best volunteer program ideas. Baby boomers across the nation can participate by submit- ting project, ideas and photos and commenting on others' efforts. Anyone can vote for the pro- ject he or she feels is most deserving of the grant money. Three final project winners will be chosen by an independent panel of judges that will also include community activists and famed Olympic champion gym- nasts Nadia Comaneci and her :husband Bart Conner. The program is sponsored by Elations, a leading glucosamine and chondroitin liquid supple- ment. Comaneci and Conner are the national spokespeople for the grant program. "We are so proud to be a part. of the 'Boomers Building a Better America' initiative," said Comaneci and Conner. "Baby boomers are the largest, healthiest, best-educated generation in history, and we have a responsibility to show younger generations just how truly vital helping others is." Boomers And Volunteerism Recent trends indicate that instead of just writing checks, boomers are seeking volunteer experiences to stay active and uti- lize their skill sets and physical abilities. Boomers are already doing their part to build a better America by volunteering in their local commu* nities in record numbers. Accord- ing to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, during 2009 there was a jump in volunteerism across all generations--a million and a half Community activists and Olympic champion gymnasts Nadia Coma- neci and her husband Bart Con- ner are the national spokespeople for a new grant program, more volunteers donated time to schools and other projects in their community than last year--but boomers led the way. Staying Healthy Is Key Active volunteerism is about staying healthy so you can stay helpful. Comaneci and Conner rec- ommend the following tips to help you lead a healthy lifestyle. Make sure you take the glu- cosamine and chondroitin supple- ment Elations to maintain an active and healthy lifestyle. The supplement is formulated to improve joint comfort, maintain healthy joints and promote healthy joint function, Keep your program simple come up with a program that you are likely to do regularly. Compli- cated training regimens tend to "go out the window" when your sched, ule gets busy. Remember, consis- tency is key--it is better to do a lit- tle each day than overdo it and miss the following week of' activity because you are too sore or tired. Program Timetable To learn more about this pro- gram and apply for t'he graats, log on to w, David W. Carey April 12, 1942 - May 27th, 2010 In loving memory David W. Carey, 68, of Julian, passed away on May 27th, 2010 from a series of strokes. He was born in Lake Bluff, II1. on April 12, 1942. During his life, he was a U.S. Navy veteran, attorney, registered environmental health specialist with the county of San Diego, director at UCSD, and for the last eleven years, president of his own environmental consulting firm. During the twenty years he lived in Julian, he gave back to his community by serving on the Architectural Planning and Review Board, was a board member of the Majestic Pines Water District, as well as the Julian Union High School District. Dave was an avid sports fan, and loved .to golf. He enjoyed living in Julian, going for long walks, and looked forward to every snow storm. He had a wonderful sense of humor, was a compassionate and generous man who loved unconditionally, and will be missed by all who knew him He was preceded in death by his parents, Philip J. and Jean Bell Carey, an aunt, Lois Bell, and a brother--in-law, Daniel Finnegan. Dave is survived by his wife of 29 yrs, Brucette; his daughter Jennifer Guzowski and husband Ted of Marina, CA; his step-children Alan Bostic of Roseville, CA Michael Bostic of El Cajon, CA and Tianna Bostic of Oklahoma City, OK; sister, Pattie Finnegan, of Ft. Myers, FI; brother, Michael V. Carey and wife Linda of Essex, VT; an aunt, Catherine Bell Duker and husband Paul of Gross Pointe, MI; father-in-law Raymond Caton of Julian; sister- in-law, Sandra Martin of Valley Center; brother-in-law Nell Caton of El Cajon, nine grandchildren; one great-grandchild, and many nieces, nephews and cousins. He also leaves behind many wonderful friends. A celebration of Dave's take place at 4:00 P.M. on June 26th' at the family residence. We would like to thank Elizabeth Hospice for their care and compassion. The family is being served by Bonham Bros. & Stewart Mortuary. Les Ginn, Chief of Police (Retired) January 29, 1932 - June 14, 2010 Raised in New Castle, Indiana, hie graduated from high school having lettered in thee sports. Shortly thereafter he left to join the Navy during the Korean War serving aboard the USS Twining DD- 540. At the end of his tour he returned to Indiana to attend Ball State. Finding life just too quiet he returned to San Diego where he spent time while in the Navy. He worked for Convair until some friends suggested that they try out for the San Diego Police Department Academy where he found a career that he not only loved but took great pride in his service. During his 29 plus years he served as head of Divisions Northern Juvenile, Criminal Intelligence, Forgery-Fraud and Internal Affairs, retiring with the tank of Detective Lieutenant. He was proud to have been involved with having the police march in the St. Patrick's Day Parade, proposed and was instrumental in starting the San Diego Horse Patrol and was_ pleased when one of the first horses selected named "Red Leslie" in his honor. He worked was on starting the first Metro Arson Strike Team, a joint effort between the ] police and fire departments to more effectively investigate arsons. He was honored by his fellow detectives for having the City recognize "Detective" as a special job title which came with a raise but more importantly the recognition for their unique work. In April, 1985 he began his next adventure as Chief Of Police for the City of Calexico. He embraced the Mexican Heritage of the City loving the people, the culture, food and history. Living on the Border is a unique mixing of cultures not to be found in other areas. He was proud of his department and the professional attitude of the entire staff. He started "Neighborhood Policing" and training in many areas using funds obtained by narcotic seizures. His staff benefited not only with training but needed new equipment which allowed them to better perform their duties. Their small department excelled in solving cases and making arrests and a safer City. i He was most impressed by the work of his Explorer Scouts and the honors they received when competing with other, and much larger, departments. They provided much needed services for the City during Fiestas, parades and large events. Living in Imperial Valley, he loved the cowboy and Champ way of life. He often rode his horse after work and attended Mexican Rodeos, team penning and the National Rodeo when it came to the valley. He learned to rope and do trick roping, although he did not excel which brought many smiles among the Charro's of the Valley - but Les would continue to practice and practice. He participated in the Police Olympics one year in team penning and was recognized as one of the early participants of the first Olympics and that year was the oldest participant. He retired from the Calexico Police in August, 1992 to enjoy life with his family, dogs and horses, He would draw smiles as he drove his bright yellow jeep convertible with a Golden Retriever in.the passenger seat and his Irish Wolfhound taking up the back. He and His wife Judy found their home in Julian in 1995. After his first trip up with some furniture, he then decided to stay while his wife returned to Calexico to finish her job and sell their home. He totally loved his life here in Julian. He quickly joined the Julian Arts Guild and the American Legion. He signed up for and played softball for local teams, tried his hand at flying a plane taking lessons from Jimmy Carter. He did solo but once he made the accomplishment, he was on to other things. He was not as successful in learning to ride a motorcycle. After running into his peach tree, Judy said that was enough and he either take lessons or put the bike away. Les was a published author, poet, cartoonist (with some of his cartoons published in the Julian News) and accomplished artist. He participated in art shows in Julian, San Diego, San Marcos, Ramona, Santa Ysabel Gallery and his work can currently be seen at the Banner Queen Gallery. Les will be remembered by his many friends, wife Judy, granddaughter Ashley, Sister Elizabeth and Nephew Blake and his beloved companion dog - Paddy. Services will be held July 27 at Fort Rosecrans with full honors.