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July 27, 2011 The Julian News 9 We have our own private parking lot behind the office... entrance off 'C' Street ORNER WWW. lan-pro er TREET P.O. Box 1000 Julian, CA 92036 NEW QUALITY CUSTOM HOME on 1.97 wooded acres in Pine Hills. Much attention to details. 3 bedrooms, 3 baths, dream kitchen, with large center isle and Granite counter tops, large front yard, double attached garage and views! was.~,D~00 Reduced to $699,000 CHARMING AND IMMACULATE - Mountain Home in the trees above Lake Cuyamaca with a view of the lake. Cozy Living room has fireplace with pellet insert, 2 bed rooms, deck and an extra room downstairs. Cedar wood inside and out. Priced at $289,000 Juli Zerbe, Broker Associate email: WYNOLA ESTATES RANCH_ IE! Large and II Pleasant home with lots of light, open floor plan, Spacious Living Quarters. ~I~Kb~/3Bath Home Ii] hardwood floors, vaulted ceilings, warm wood with an attached 1Bedrof,~Ttt~ 508 Sq.Ft. Guest lii stove and skylights. Two bedrooms, two baths and Quarters. Surroun~~aks and Manzanita Ill inside laundry room. Deck and balcony with view.' trees On 2.5 A~ely a Great Opportunity! of the wooded lot and neighboring hills. 389,000 A great buy at $239,000 AWARD-WINNING contemporary country design featuring a peaceful, open view of a mountam lll WOODED MOUNTAINHOME~,i~h2bedrooms, I any~ glg~open floor lan, decks, man trees, ara e, meadow and pond. Three bedroom, o en-beam P . Y . .... .... P , [ large shed and an extraa~ Would ma'ke cemngs, manogany aetalls, custom wmaows ana i,J a -reat weekendeno ~hidea/Ub~ renrretirement home. lighting. Scenic 9.6 acres with mature oaks. Truly a Se~er motivated. ~~r exquisite, unique and private property, i, Ill ~,~'d to sell at $1,150,000 :, I $200,000 lll Rose Steadman, Broker / Owner Charming and immaculate country home. Two bedroom, plus bonus room. Hardwood floors, open- beam wood ceilings, claw foot tub, tohs of upgrades. Usable half acre plus with large trees and areas for gardens. Ready for you to move right in. $286,000 Melo-de Savage, Realtor Associate email: AVAILABLE LAND NICE ONE-ACRE SITE -- in High Desert community of Shelter Valley. 20 minutes from Julian andBorrego, onLastDollarTrail. Pricedat$22,000 FANTASTIC VIEWS even to the ocean on a clear day - from this 4.32 Acre parcel on North Peak in gated community. Survey and Septic layout completed. Priced at $125,000 CHOICE SITE IN PINE HILLS 1.28 Acres with easy access, many mature trees, views Has approved septic layout. $169,000 CHOICE WOODED PARCEL - in Julian Estates 4.24 Acres at the end of East Incense Cedar Rd. with easy access off cul-de-sac. Underground power and phone. Price Reduced to$174,000 SPECTACULAR VIEWS! -- From this 4.7 Acre parcel, also in Julian Estates gated community. Good well, perc tests are completed. Very Private. Reduced to $179,000 Kirby Winn, Realtor Associate email: WASHINGTON, D.C.- A painstaking conservation effort to remove old patches and repair weak spots in a 714-year-old copy of the Magna Carta has revealed that the full text of that English declaration of human rights remains intact even though some words are faded and illegible to the eye, the National Archives said Tuesday. A $13.5 million gift from philanthropist David Rubenstein owner of the handwritten document -- is funding the conservation effort as well preparations for an upcoming exhibit. Thanks to the gift, the largest cash donation to the National Archives, the copy of the Magna Carta eventually will be shown as a forerunner to the freedoms imagined in the U.S. Declaration of Independence, Constitution and Bill of Rights. Plans call for exhibiting it along with documents showing the struggle for rights of African Americans, women, immigrants and others. The Magna Carta bears the seal of King Edward I and is dated 1297. It is one of 17 known handwritten copies of the text that established a tradition for the rule of law that even the king would honor. It is the only original version in the Americas, while 15 are held by British institutions and one is held by Australia's Parliament. Ultra-violet photography revealed the previously illegible writing and a fuller picture of the document's good condition, conservators told The Associated Press. Words on the right side of the text had been hidden by water damage at some point in the past. "It's just sort of a wonderful, magical tool that conservators use to reveal what, just to the naked eye, would seem to be lost forever," said lead conservator Catherine Nicholson. "Even though things look damaged, there's s lll a residue there that can be confirmed." Low-angled light also revealed an embossed image of the king seated on his throne as part of the docume nt's seal. None of the faded ink was replaced during weeks of conservation because the archive abides by a conservative treatment philosophy "We consider it part of the history of the document, the fading, we want to leave that there," spokeswoman Susan Cooper explained. During the treatment process, conservators removed old patches and adhesives and added handmade conservation paper to strengthen the weak spots. The Magna Carta was then humidified, flattened and will lie untouched for at least three months under weights to reach the proper moisture level before being placed in a new case with humidified, inert gas for long-term preservation. Less than 1 percent of the document's text was illegible because of damage, conservator .... ! by Brett Zongker (AP and OfficialWire) Terry Boone said. The m ssing text was not revealed under simple UV light, but only when conservators used a special camera the archives recently purchased. "We're looking at something written in medieval hand and it's in Latin," Nicholson said. The future exhibit could include a ultra-violet image with the full text, as well as interactive elements with a translation to show visitors how it is linked to the rights of the Declaration of Independence and U.S. Constitution. Texas billionaire H Ross Perot first purchased the document from a British family for $1.5 million in 1984 when it was last conserved at a Virginia lab. For 20 years, it was lent to the National Archives and was on public view much of that time. Then in 2007, Rubenstein bought it for $21.3 million at auction. The billionaire co- founder of The Carlyle Group, a Washington-based private equity firm, said he bought it to prevent it from being taken out of the United States. He returned it to the National Archives in 2008 on a long-term loan. A new gallery named for Rubenstein is scheduled to open in 2012 with the Magna Carta as a centerpiece. More informaytion is available at the National Archives website: featured_documents/magna_ carta/ Raising Water Wise Kids (NAPSA) As temperatures soar, saving water, money and the environment can be child's play with these easy tips for you and your kids: Inspire The Desire For Conservation You can easily show your whole family why saving water is so important! Visit a take or the ocean a key fact to share is that 97 percent of the world's water is salty or otherwise undrinkable. Another 2 percent is locked in ice caps and glaciers. So that leaves just 1 percent for all living creatures, including plants, animals and people. Find a role model. He's appeared as a master of the seven seas and an unlikely sheriff of a parched desert town, so actor Johnny Depp may be able to inspire your kids to think a little more about water conservation. His latest movie, "Rango," is about a sheltered chameleon who stumbles into a dusty town called Dirt that's short on water and long on villains. A hilarious take on classic Westerns that's fun for kids and adults alike, "Rango" ~s now available on Blu-ray and DVD and will get kids laughing while showing them the importance of water conservation and that anyone can make a positive difference. You can also take the. family on a trip to an aquarium or zoo and ask the keepers about water's importance to the animals. (And don't forget to visit the chameleons so you can see a real "Rango.") Here are some tips for your kids on saving water: Save Water Indoors Take a short shower rather than a bath, which generally uses more water. A cool shower on a hot day feels great. Think before you flush. Don't use the toilet as a wastebasket. The fewer times you flush, the more water you save. Turn off the water while brushing your teeth. Plus, try catching all the water that goes down the drain for a day in a bucket--you'll see it's a lot! Tell Mom or Dad about any leaky faucets--one leaky faucet can waste a lot of water. If you have an aquarium, reuse the water for houseplants. Save Water Outdoors Use the hose where it's needed. If you're going to play with the hose to cool off, turn it on in a part of the yard that can use some watering. Help your parents water the lawn or garden at night or early in the morning. This is the best way to prevent evaporation (that's when water disappears into the air). Use a bucket and a hose with a nozzle when you wash your bicycle or your parents' car. Better yet, use the water you saved when you brushed your teeth. Don't forget that every drop counts; use a broom to sweep thedriveway or sidewalk, not precious water. Discover more about this movie at ii