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September 10, 2003 The Julian News 19 M(3UNTAIN FARMS REALTY REALIOR" M Our Professional Sales Staff KNOWS Julian Same Ownership Since 1980 I i I I QUAINT, COUNTRY HOME -- Quiet road leads into this charming and cozy home amongst the trees. 2 BR; 1 BA; very pretty, usable, .8 acre lot. Many unique features and upgrades, 1-car garage/work- shop and basement. Endless possibilities. Offered at .................................................................. $255,000. GREAT FAMILY HOME -- One mile to town; 3-BR, 2-BA, family room, nice lot, 2-car garage, mature trees, flowers and more. REDUCED TO ...... $319,00. LOVELY, 3-BR, 2-BA home nestled in the trees. Two extra rooms afford versatility. 2-car garage, updated bath- rooms, Pergo floor being installed, new carpet. Offered at $299,000. Call listing office for showing. Highly motivated seller! VERY QUIET, pretty lot amongst the trees..49 acre, two 10x10 outbuildings. Must see to appreciate! .................................................. $55,000. % PINE HILLS -- 22.04 acres on Eagle Peak Road. A "must see." Beautiful views! ................ $55,000. COME SEE GARDEN HILL IN MAJESTIC PINE HILLS Beautiful landscaping (vege- table garden, too!) adds that special touch to this charming, well-cared-for country home. Spectacular views. 3 BR, 2 BA, 1804 sq. ft. Don&apos;t miss this one! By appointment only. Call listing office for showing. Variable $360,000 - $375,000. E-mail: janetgastil@sprintmail.com Web Site: www.mtnfarms.com Our Toll-Free Number: (87 7) Fax: (760) 765-2016 (6 8 6 - 3 2 7 6) (right here in JulianO 4 q < < d YHEALTH & FITNESS, We build strong kids, strong families, strong cormnunities. CAMP MARSTON GROUP EXERCISE CLASSES - Classes are designed to continually challenge participants to progress to their next fitness level.- Cardio - Sculpt Increase your aerobic endurance and muscle definition through this effective workout, Class combines a 30 minute H1/ Lo aerobic workout with 25 minutes of muscle conditioning using light and heavy weights. Good music, good workout equals good time. Instructor: Misty Dornan Offered Mon-'Wed-Fri 6:00-7:00 a.m. Circuit Training Get the most out of an hour with this mix of low impact and high intensity workouts. This fast-paced class combines aerobic ex- ercises with weight training - it builds tone and endurance - besides being a bunch- of funl Instructor: Charity Morales Offered Mon-Wed-Fri, 8:00 - 9:00 a.m. Total Body Strength (TBS) Complement your workout schedule with this combination of muscle-strength, en- durance, definition and flexibility training. Utilizing weights and isometrics provides an effective total body workout. Instruc- tors: Sue McIntosh, Charity Morales, Misty Dornan Offered Tues-Thur, 8:00 - 9:00 am. YHEALTH & Fli'NESS,., We build strong kids, strug #l,es, strong communiaes Free Class Card Good for 1 introductory class: Cardio-Sculpt: Mon-Wed-Fri 6:00-7:00 am Circuit Training: Mon-Wed-Fri, 8:00-9:00 am Total Body Strength: Tues-Thur, 8:00 - 9:00 am To Sign Up, complete the form below (both sldesl and bring to class -OR- mail to YMCA Fitness, P.O. Box 2440, Julian, CA 92036 -OR- FAX to 760.765.0183 (FAX nmst include credit card information) ..... """ ";ik'X "- ;;';,'; "&ias';; s ........... Please sign me up for: CI Unlimited Attendmlce for month(s) of: 3 September  October 3 November O December -OR- C] 6-class card 820 O 4-class card 816 Name: Daytime Phone: Address: Fees: Unlimited Attendance: # of months x 835: $.__ 6-Class Card 520: $___ 4-Class Card $16: 8.__ 1-Time Processing Fee: S15 Total Fees: $__ ] Check Enclosed (payable to YMCA) -OR- Please charge my C] Visa FI Master Cardholder: Card #: Expiration Date: Instructors We are thankful to Misty Dornon, Charity Morales & Sue Mclntosh. As members of our Julian community, each are either certified or working toward certification through the YMCA of the USA as Group Exercise Instructors. Contact Instructors: Misty Dornon, Charity Morales, Sue Mclntosh. Please contact our YMCA for more information: 765-0642 YMCA Camp Marston, P,O. Box 2440, 4761 Pine Hills Road, Julian, CA 92036. http://eamp.ymea.org Schedule at a Glance Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 6:00 - 7:00 am Catdio.Sculpt Cardio-Sculpt Cardio-Seulpt 8:00 - 9:00 am Circuit Training Total Body Strength CircuitTralning Total Body Strength ClrcuitTraining A Look Back This Week On September 8, 1565, Pedro Menendez founded St. Augustine, Fla. ... September 10, 1813, Oliver H. Perry defeated the British fleet at the Battle of Lake Erie ... September 11, 1814, the U.S. won the naval Battle of Lake Champlain ... September 13-14, 1814, the bombardment of Ft. McHenry in Baltimore by the British fleet failed; witnessing the event, Francis Scott Key wrote the words to "The Star Spangled Banner" ... September 9, 1850, Senator Henry Clay's Compromise of 1850 admitted California as the 31 st state with slav- ery forbidden; made Utah and New Mexico territories; made the Fugitive Slave Law more harsh; and ended the District of Columbia's slave trade ... September 14, 1901, President McKinley died from a gunshot wound sustained earlier in the month ... September 8, 1935, Senator Huey Long of Louisiana, a national political leader, was assassinated ... September 14, 1940, the first peace- time draft was approved ... September 8, 1945, U.S. forces entered Korea south of the 38 th paral- lel to displace the Japanese ... September 9, 1945, General Douglas MacArthur took over the supervision of Japan ... September 8, 1951, the Japanese peace treaty was signed in San Francisco by the U.S., Japan, and 47 other countries ... September 8, 1954, the Southeast Asia Treaty Organization (SEATO) was formed by a defense pact signed in Manila by the U.S., Britain, France, Australia, New Zealand, the Philippines, Pakistan, and Thailand ... September 8, 1974, President Ford issued a pardon to for- mer President Richard Nixon for any federal crimes he may have committed while president ... September 10, 2000, the government dropped 58 of 59 felony counts against imprisoned scientist Wen Ho Lee; he had been suspected of removing classified data from the Los Alamos National Laboratory ... September 11, 2001, two hijacked commercial airliners struck and destroyed the twin towers of the World Trade Center in New York City in the worst-ever terrorist attack on American soil; a third hijacked plane destroyed a portion of the Pentagon, and a fourth crashed in Pennsylvania after passengers stormed the cockpit ... September 14, 2001, the U.S. observed a national day of mourning. COUNTY ANIMAL SHELTER 5480 Gaines Street, San Diego, CA 619-767-2611 Adoption Counselor Teddy is a 12-years-young Neutered Male Cocker Spaniel. He is very friendly and loving, and when you see him run and play you wil think that he is much younger than his age. Teddy has soft buff-colored fur, weighs 30-pounds and can be adopted for the Prime Time Fee of only $30. His Tag # is C572, his ID # is A372219 and you can find him in Kennel 11. Charlie is a 6 year old spayed female with a short calico & white coat. She is a doll, and can't wait to find a new family to spend showering with a lifetime of love. Her $25 adoption fee includes vaccinations, a microchip and a free vet exam. Her ID # is A902818 and her ID # is C800. Teddy and Charlie are at our Central County Shelter, 5480 Gaines Street, San Diego. We also have many other wonderful dogs and cats who are also ready and waiting for loving homes, both here and at our South County Shelter, 5281 Sweetwater Road, Bonita, and we encourage everyone to come and meet them! The Shelter hours are 9:30 to 5:30 Tuesday through Saturday (closed Sunday and Monday). The cost to adopt a Dog is $60 (7 years and up is $30) which includes Vaccinations, Microchip, Spaying or Neutering, free Vet visit and 1 year license. The cost to adopt a Cat is $25 (6 months old and up) which includes Vaccinations, Spaying or Neutering, Microchip- and free Vet Visit. Kittens are $50 for the first one, $25 for the second with "It's Better with a Buddy' program til October 31, 2003. r ';r ';, L, " ' :/'7: ::'! Teddy A372219 Charlie A902818