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8 The Julian News ple Junction Real Estate, Inc: Paul Bicanlc Owner/Broker Actlve 30 years full tlme Julian Real Estate 760.765.2878 / 760.484.7793 2002 Manufactured Home in Golden Nugget Park. 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath, 1644 .s.f. + Bonus Room (Could be 3rd Bedroom). Wood Burning Fireplace. Fenced yard. Two (2) Decks. View of Meadow, Pines, Oaks. Walk to Town. $495 Space rental - Trash Water, SDG&E extra. $130,000 lulian Kand For Sale 1 ACRE - High Desert, Shelter Valley, Terraced building site, Flat and usable - $33,000. 1 ACRE - Seller will provide County Approved septic layout - $50,000. 1.19 ACRES - Recently surveyed, Nice building site with existing septic system, all utilities available, Harrison Park- $110,000. 2.5 ACRES - Fabulous View and Privacy - $59,000. 2.5 ACRES - View from Coronados to Catalina, Driveway and pad roughed in, Water meter, Seller is motivated to negotiate All CASH Offer - $85,000. 2.5 ACRES - Water meter, County Approved 3BR septic layout, Great view, Approved house plans - $110,000. 2.5 ACRES - Paved roads, Underground utilities, Approved for 3BR,Large Oaks - $150,000. 2.5 ACRES - Gorgeous Wynola Estates Parcel, Seller will provide CountyApproved 3BR septic layout. Cedars, Oaks, Manzanita - $158,000. 2.5 ACRES -Approved septic layout, grading plans, building plans, water meter, all utilities, Big oaks, Paved road - $219,000. 2.63 ACRES - Very private with rural views, Seller will provide Approved County septic layout. $135,000. 2.77 ACRES - Remote, Private Parcel With 3 Bedroom septic, Water meter, telephone, Concrete driveway, Lots of usable space. - $109.000. ~ NEW 2.97 ACRES - Unobstructed view property, From Mt Palomar to the Salton Sea, Water meter, County Approved for 3BR residence, All utilities + Cable - $199,000. 8 ACRES - Driveway and pad roughed in, County Approved for 3 BR,Terraced for orchard, Area for Pond, Huge Pine Tree, Oaks, Manzanita, View from Mt Palomar to Ranchita - $299,000. 10.65 ACRES - Large parcel with well, water storage tank, electric, phone, 3 bedroom septic system, driveway and pad. Gorgeous Views and privacy, seller will finance. $169,000. NEW 13 ACRES - Very nice large usable undeveloped parcel. 600 feet of highway frontage. Varied terrain - from level to rolling to sloping. Good ranch property. - $60,000. NEW Financial Focus* Keep Your Investment Working Hard - All Year Long On September 5, we observe Labor Day, which is dedicated to the social and economic achieve ments of American workers. Of course, if you're like most people, work is essential to your life, both as a means of personal fulfillment and as a necessity for achieving your financial goals, such as a comfortable retirement. But if you're going to attain those goals, you'll want your investments to work as hard as you do. For that to happen, you'll need to take these steps: Know your investment objectives. Whether you work in an office, a manufacturing plant or any other venue, your goal is to proouce a clearly identifiable result. And the same should be true for the way that you invest. In other words you should know exactly why you own every single one of your investments -- because only then will you have a clear, unified strategy for achieving your desired outcomes. Keep investing. As a diligent worker, you show up to work every day because you know that this type of consistency is necessary for success. A similar principle applies to your investing "career." By investing steadily, year in and year out, you have a much better chance of reaching your objectives than if you were to take periodic breaks. Of course, when the financial markets are volatile, it can be tempting to take a "timeout," but this stop-and-start approach can EdwardJones MAKING SENSE OF INVESTING 850 Main St #104 Ramona, CA 92065 (760) 789-2804 Yvonne P. Catton lead to missed opportu nities. For example, if you jump out of the market when it's down, you might miss out on the early stages of the next rally. Build a productive portfolio. Generally speaking, the most industrious workers are also the most productive ones. And just as productivity is an asset in the working world, it's important in the investment world, too. Strive to own a mix of investments in a balanced portfolio, based on your risk tolerance, time horizon and long-term goals. Develop your investment skills. To truly be a good worker, you need a set of skills, such as initiative, the ability to make decisions and the willingness to work on a team. However, throughout the course of your career, you may also need to add new technical proficiencies so that you can stay on top of developments in your field and maintain your productivity. As an investor, you also need some "core competencies," such as patience, discipline and the ability to prioritize goals. But you also need to stay current on financial products, the economy, the markets and changes in tax- and investment-related laws. To help expand your knowledge base and receive timely guidance, you may want to work with a financial professional. Labor Day comes just once a year. But by keeping your investments working hard 365 days a year, you can keep making progress towardthe lifestyle you've envisioned. LUERS & DYER, CPAs, LIP CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS Income Tax and Accounting Full Service Firm Rebecca Luers. CPA Jcm I~er, CJPA M~st~rs I)cgree in Taxati~m Personal attention to ),our special needs W~'nola Center 4367 Hwy, 78, Suite 112 EO. Box 1934 Julian, CA 92036 Tel: 760 76~vO~&~ * Fax: 760 765-0150 Email: ~@ln~ln Edward Jones to Host Open House - You're Invited Yvonne CaRo'fi~ a~l ~itmncial. advisor for the~jq~nci~l se~vices~ firm Edward Jones, invites the community to attend an open house from 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Friday, September 16th at 850 Main St., Ste. 104 in the Day Promenade bldg. between 8th and 9th streets. "We are happy to be part of the Ramona/Julian community and would like to express our appreciation for the confidence and support we receive year- round," Yvonne said. Refreshments will be served. Edward Jones provides financial services for individual investors in the United States and, through its affiliate, in Canada. Every aspect of the firm's business, from the types of investment options offered to the location of branch offices, is designed to cater to individual investors in the communities in which they live and work. The firm's 10,000-plus financial advisors work directly with nearly 7 million clients to understand their personal goals -- from college savings to retirement -- and create long-term investment strategies that emphasize a well- balanced portfolio and a buy- and-hold strategy. Edward Jones embraces the importance of building long-term, face-to-face relationshi ps with clients, helping them to understand and make sense of the investment options available today. Edward Jones is headquartered In St. Louis. The Edward Jones interactive Web site is located at, and its recruiting Web site is edward Melodrama/ Oleo Looking For Floozies And Acts Ladies! Have a flair for the dramatic? Or love to sing in the shower and always thought it might be fun to do on stage?? Always thought you'd look great in boas and feathers? Then the Triangle Club Chorus (aka "the floozies") is looking for you! Chorus members are still needed to perform songs between acts of this years 2011 Melodrama "Felony Most Fowl". No prior onstage experience needed! Rehearsals begin Tuesday, September 6 at 6:00 p.m. at the Women's Club and rehearsals will be held on Tuesdays and Thursdays until the Melodrama opens on September 30. -Melodrama performances are every weekend in October, Friday evenings, Saturday matinees and evenings and Sunday matinees. It is not necessary to be present at every performance. For more information, please contact Chorus leader Tiffany Christie at 760-765-2970 or via email: joshsladyforever@yahoo. com. Volunteer .Readers, Tutors And Mentors Sought (NAPSA)-Education, income and health are the building blocks of e good life. Now, a new advertising campaign is promoting the idea that through a national volunteer effort, it's possible to help more people attain that "good life." Created pro bono by McCann Erickson New York, this new multimedia campaign, available in English and Spanish, includes television, radic and Web PSAs. .The camp~gn is designed to motivate, and inspire peQple, from~ all walks of life to get~ engage~ with United Way in its efforts to advance the common good. The goal is to recruit one million volunteer readers, tutors and mentors to help children succeed in school. United Way is making this major volunteer pledge as part of its goal to cut by half the number of young people who drop out of high school and in response to the findings from its recent report, Voices for the Common Good: America Speaks out on Education. This report is based on United Way's community listening tour, focus groups and a national survey which found that 91 percent of respondents believe that communities must take greater responsibility for what's happening with their children. The education goal is one of three targets United Way has for 2018. The nation's largest privately funded nonprofit also announced goals to increase the number of families that are financially stable and to boost the number of adults and children who are healthy. To take part in United Way's effort to recruit one million volunteer readers, tutors and mentors, please visit liveunited. org/ volunteer. To access the Voices for the Common Good: America Speaks Out on Education report, please visit To see educational outcomes and how they affect other conditions in your September 7, 2011 ~f~mAN C~A~..,,,, 7D~a ~aa 1 oa~ floors. Carved wood mantle fireplace. Spectacular views 76fl-Rfl~-3~li2 *R~013;O842 through many windows. Wrap around deck. Oversized b]~.~E#Om9-2"i97 garage. (110009011) Experienced In All Aspects of Real Estate ~, A Day At The Races "For a hundred bucks I can get you a police escort right to your parking lot," said the little guy with a big limp. Charley had asked him for the best way to get to the Indy 500. The ticket people advised us to get there very early in the morning. Another person said it takes two hours just to get through the main intersection if you arrive after eight a .m. We knew it wasn't going to be easy, and our hotel was an hour south in Bloomington. We kicked around the idea of parting with another hundred bucks, and after much discussion, decided to go for it. Charley called "Larry" on his cell phone. He said to call again on the morning of the race on our way up. "Bring cash", he said, "no credit cards". He would then give us the meeting place. Race day arrived and we headed north. Charley called, "We're about a half hour from Indianapolis". "OK, we're meeting at an elementary school just off Hwy 491. Take the schoolhouse exit and I'll meet you at nine o'clock. I'1 be driving a black and gray stretch limo. Wait for me there." We found the exit and the school. The place was swarming with sheriff cars, motorcycle cops, and officers on foot. Charley asked a lawman for "Larry". "Just wait back there", he motioned to the chain link fence surrounding the school. We waited and watched the proceedings. Cars an(] buses drove up and were directed into a couple of lines. Each driver was given a blue or yellow star shaped hanger for the rear view mirror. He was told to turn on his headlights and emergency flashers. Occasionally a car was sent back to the fence by us without getting "starred". Every few minutes a line of cars and buses left. A sheriff with lights flashing and siren screaming led and followed each caravan. A motorcycle cop accompanied them. As a caravan left, one of us "fence sitters" was directed to the end of the line, minus the police issued star. The sheriffs milled around and seemed to know a lot of the car drivers. .... Afte[~meC~ot out .and asked one of the other 'i~[ence sitters", how this worked. The man hemmed and hawed and finally said,~'You jus~i~d of need to know a cop." At nine the limo pulled into the yard and was greeted by a cop that obviously knew Larry. Charley went out to meet them. He handed Larry five twenties folded into a wad. Larry didn't count it, but quickly concealed it in his right hand. "Larry's" cop pal reiterated the instructions about the lights and flashers and sent us to join the end of the line after a blue Ford. Charley returned to our car. "Larry" shook his cop friends' hand and the money disappeared into the cop's pocket faster than cookies at a Scout meeting. Louise and I watched the smooth exchange take place. We were taken aback by the clandestine mood of the mordent. It was time for our caravan to leave. We folded in as directed at the end of the line. We were without a star, but were safely inside the bracketing sheriff cars. The motorcycle cop would speed by, sliding to a stop in the middle of each intersection, to assure our passage safely through the red lights. Then charge ahead again, red lights and siren screaming, to the next crossroad. Several.times an officer at an intersection noticed our missing mirror hanger and tried to motion Charley out of the caravan, but Charley pointed at the cars ahe~ld of him and stepped on the accelerator. When we got close to the track, the front cars turned right and the motorcycle cop pulled alongside and motioned Charley to follow him. Hordes of pedestrians were forced to make way for us as he gd!ded us, with red lights and siren blasting, directly to parking lot "C" Wt11~re we had parking tickets. He then disappeared into the massel~ of people streaming to the track. Without question that was the most exciting entrance we ever made anywhere. We had not simply parked, we had arrived! It was Worth every penny! We were still on a high from all the excitement as we gathered snacks, drinks, panchos, umbrellas, cameras, and stadium Seat cushions and trekked to the track. We hadn't gone far when it started to rain. We broke out the ponchos and dashed for shelter under the bleachers while it poured. 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