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2 The Julian News Fine Art Gallery HELGA O. ART CENTER & SHOPS Candy "Julian's Best" FUDGE *I Candy* Chocolm= "Salt Wmr Taffy Sugar Fm 450 t.ves Of candu (760}-765-0785 2116 Main Street (upstairs) Next to Julian Caf Open every day Art Gallery Limi| Editions .by lee 5aria and otr ndionally known arlisfl Fine arl" pesters, gifts, jeln t' & home =ccenh Wedetn, Notiw Amelicon, el wildlife books, plus }he childfen' room [od by Feacn for our excelhnF book section Custom Framing BFA Degree - 14 Years Experience 2015A Main Street + (760) 765-t509 Furniture Refinishing BY PAT KELLY Antique Restoration High Polish Finishes CUSTOM FURNITURE TOUCH-UP FINISHING OLD WORLD CRAFTSMANSHIP "You'll he smiLizzg, too!" 2022 Second Street Julian P. O. Box 1321 (760) 765-2754 Furniture Works IDERS,00W00D Manufactured in Julian Makers of a//wood cabinets, furniture & home access,des since 1979 (760)-765-2032 1800)-655-'O431 euinwoo&net Open every day 2015 MaJzz Street Gifts JULIAN BELL, BOOK & CANDLE (760) 765-13'7'7 Candles & Candle Accessories Home Decor Gifts Aroma Therapy/Bath Products " . Specializing in Wedding Candles Carved Candles Crafted in Store Your Home Town Yankee Candle Dealer 2007 NIein Street Suite B P.O. Box 1225 Julian, CA 92036 emaih jbb c@julianweb.com www.julianenaart.com Gifts/Christmas Items fi Christmas Cottagel CHRISTMAS ALL YEAR (760) 765-3885 Seasgo0000lg:l//700 Items Boyds Collection Russ Berrie Plush Bears 2007A Main Street P.O. Box 1225 Julian, CA 92036 E-mail: jbbc@ju]ianweb.com Groceries/Dry Cleaning/Dell JACK'S GROCERY IQuality Meats IFresh Produce I]Alta Dena Dairy Products IFirewood DELl" SERVING GREAT SANDWICHES, ............ SOUPS & SALAD', "kNOW HAVE ATM MACHINE All manufacturers coupons accepted. LOTS OF FREE PARKING! "IOURS: 8:00 AM -- 7:00 PM Monday thru Friday 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Saturday & Sunday 2117 Main Street, Julian (760) 765-0550 Groceries & Deft 2202 Main St. P.O. Box 2453 Julian, CA 92036 765-2606 ATM AVAI LABLE All Manufacturer's Coupons Accepted FlowersArtBooks , - /," , / ,. - ? ,-..,.. ..jI l,ocalcd l..: himl Norm's Gas Slalion Open Thursday-Monday ll]-Sp.m. ~ 765-3638 Pharmacy & Sundries s T. / 880 JU[l00t00 DllUl00 /10RE & (00ND PHIINIE WHY Dit, IVE DOWI IHI HI[[ . . . /UNDRIEf  VITAMIN/ REL C/XNDY HINE UNUJrU,&L GIFTJr & JrOUVENIRJ BEAUTY & BTH DEPT. ROOM FULL OF GREETING CARDI FILM/DEVELOPING HOLIDAY ITEM/ Video RENT 10, GET 1 FREE. PREPAID PLAN AVAIL. (750) 755-0,?.98 00LIAN VIDEO CENTER LARRY BOWEN Proprietor 2030 Third Street Sony Playstation Open 7 Days a Week DVD Rentals Available TV & VCR Rentals 765-1961 2134 MAIN JrlrREET JULIAN, CALIFORNI Wood.Burnin Stoves THE WARM HEARTH Wood Stoves & Outdoor Furniture C SC Lic #518239 WOOD STOVES FI REPLACES BARBEQUES OUTDOOR FURNITURE TCE  GWE 2125 Main Street P.O, Box 189, Julian, CA 92036 (7601765-1022 Furniture/Art/Crafts TIlE Jvua( TP.dO/[6 Post & OitCIldRO Now featuring heirloom furniture made of rare Brazilian cherry wood from barns 100 years old or more from Sutters Mill. We also feature local artists & crafters, greeting cards, home decor, and yard art. [Irtists & crafters needed for a weekend craft loire. Call (760) 765-3555 for derails. Watercolor classes on SaturdaF I-4 p.m. 3411 Hun/. 79 (1 mile south of post office) P.O. Box 2277 Julian. C/! :920361 (760) 765-3555 The Julian News is authorized to print official legal notices of all kinds including: Liens, Fictitious Business Names, Change of Name, Abandonments, Estate Sales, Auctions, Public Offerings, etc. Please call The Julian News at/76q 765-2231 for competitive rates. The Julian News is a legally adjudicated newspaper of general circulation in the State of California, County of San Diego, Legal No. 577843. THIS SPACE AVAILABLE $90.00 3-MONTH CONTRACT CALL: (760) 765-2231 THIS SPACE AVAILABLE $90.00 3-MONTH CONTRACT CALL: (760) 765-2231 October 8, 2003 THE BABY BOOMER NESTER by Kris Radish The boys are starting to call. Lots of boys. Boys with voices that are cracking, and boys with voices that are clearly frightened to talk to the mother of Rachel who might ask, "Who the hell are you?" and boys who call back again later, so they can hear her voice and hopefully not mine....one more time. And of course, I want to know who they are; but I do not ask it in the above-mentioned manner even though that is exactly what I want to do. Things are bad enough living with a mother such as myself. Last night, Rachel, my daughter, went to a party with a boy who wanted a pal there to help celebrate his brother's birthday -- a party that was totally supervised by nice parents who served cake and watched the volleyball game and who poured soda drinks and smiled and laughed with all of the teenagers Rachel is not old enough to date. She won't be 35 for a number of years; but she has a variety of friends, and some of them are boys Some of them, I am certain, have a crush on her. She is cute and outgoing and has very long legs and does not seem to care about some of the things other girls care about. She writes poetry, and the kids who are having trouble at home or who know she is liberal and open about issues talk to her. That's what a lot of the phone calls are about, and I know a lot of the phone calls are also from the boys who think she is cute. I am holding up well with all of this, thank you very much. But that doesn't mean I did not toss and turn last night and that I hope she realizes pretty quickly that she is attractive. I also hope she remembers every single thing we talked about in my bedroom with the door closed, so her brother would not hear and she would not be embarrassed. I do know that I have to let her grow up. There's no getting around it. And there is, as my wise son said recently, "One thing after another." Things change. My, how things changed! And my little girl is not so little any more. Here's one thing that I do know -- you can't know too much. I want to know who calls and where they live and what they talk about and who she eats lunch with at school. I don't have to know every single thing, but I need to know some things. She has her privacy. She can talk on the phone without me listening, and she can go to parties with her friends -- fully supervised, of course -- and she can become her own fully wonderful person. But I have to know. So far, Rachel wants to tell me everything -- well, not everything -- but she trusts me; and she knows that I will be there for her and that when she makes her own wild mistakes, I won't ever say -- "1 told you so." If only the phone would stop ringing. (c) 2003 Kns Radish--Dist. By DBR Media, Inc THE CHANNEL SURFER by Linda Mason Grammy-winning superstar Janet Jackson will make her television dra- matic acting debut in a starring role in a film about the life of legendary singe" and actress Lena Horne. Jackson will also serve as an executive producer on the film along with Craig Zadan and Neil Meron of Storyline Entertainment ("Chicago," "It's All Relative") and Roy Campanella, who will also direct. The telefilm will air on the ABC Television Network sometime in 2004. "Lena Home" (working title)is produced by Storyline Entertainment in association with Sony Pictures Television. Jackson began her acting career in television starring in the hit series "Good Times," "Diffrent Strokes," and the music-based series "Fame." The actress then segued into features, starring with the late Tupac Shakur in "Poetic Justice." Most recently she co-starred with Eddie Murphy in the box office smash "Nutty Professor I1: The Klumps." To date, Jackson has sold 50 million albums including "All for You," "The Velvet Rope," "janet," "Rhythm Nation 1814/' and "Control"; won five Grammy awards; and earned an Oscar nomination for best song ("Poetic Justice"). This telepic will differ from other musical life stories in that Jackson will record and sing the songs herself. The film will focus on Horne's struggle through a bitter divorce and the difficulty she had trying to raise two children while breaking racial boundaries and maintaining a successful career in both acting and singing. (c) 2003 DBR Media, Inc, T MECHANIC'S CORNER The cost of fuel nowadays is high enough to force us not to neglect the maintenance that's needed routinely on our cars. Minor things such as under-inflated tires, poor wheel alignment, worn spark plugs, and even a loose gas cap will waste fuel. Millions of gallons of gasoline are vaporized into the atmosphere annually due to neglect. You should also be aware of other gas wasters such as dirty oil and filter and a transmission that slips. Attending to regular maintenance on your vehicle will save you a lot of money. (c) 2003 DBR Media, Inc. JULMN DATEBOOR BANNER QUEEN GALLERY at the Old Trading Post, 36766 Hwy. 78, Julian, (760) 765-2166. Artwork by Robert Freeman, Julian and Ramona Artists. Open Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, 1-5PM and by appointment SANTA YSABEL ART GALLERY, Hwy. 76 & 79, Santa Ysabel. Featuring many local area artists. Painting, sculpture, and more. Call (760) 765-1676 for into. HELGA 0 GALLERY & SHOPS, 4470 Hwy. 78, Julian (Wynola). Featuring many of the finest artists from San Diego County. Most unusual gifts -- Teak and great country- western furniture -- Selective books and lots more. First Saturday of Each Month -- SIDEWALK SALE. Open Wednesday- Monday, 10 AM-5 PM. Call (760) 7654600 for info. JULIAN TRADING POST & ORCHARD, 3411 Hwy 79 (1 mile south of Julian), (760) 765-3555. Features local artists & crafters, greeting cards, home decor, yard art. New: Heirloom furniture made from rare Brazilian cherry wood. Open Wednesday-Sunday, 10,M-5 PM. Painting classes Saturday 14 PM. LIVE MUSIC NIGHTS, Wynola Pizza Express, 3 miles west of Julian in Wynola on Hwy. 78, 6-9 PM. See more info on this page. Art Works SANTA YSABEL GALLERY 30352 Hwy. 78 (at Hvvy. 79) P.O. Box 480, Santa Ysabel, CA 92070 765-1676 OPEN WED.-SUN. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Featuring the Finest Local Painters, Sculptors, and other Artists Art Studio ;-2168 ON THE PATIO WHAT Call in an order- have it ready when you arrive! I i O 765-1906 corra00 Hou00 BEAUTY TIP ' r If you color your hair, it's best noL to wash it for the first 48 hbJrs after doing so.This way you don't lose some of that color down the drain When you do shampoo, make sure you use products especially made for color-treated : hair. The same holds true for conditioners. They  should be formulated for color-treated hair as well. When you do have to touch up your hair, be sure to treat just the roots. Then, follow the instructions included with the product, which usually call for you to spread the color over your whole head for the last five minutes. (c) 2003 DBR Media, Inc. .ECIB) 0NE 0F  oB)o MkNE-APL =uu' r SUNDAY THRU THURSDAY smile_ ated ] FRIDAY & SATURDAY ll:00 AM-8:00 PM li:00 A00t- 9:00 PM Casual, Relaxed, and Pleasant Fmbmce 760-765-1004 3 MILES WEST OF JULU m WYNOLA ON HIGHWAY 78/79