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14 The Julian News Wanted BACKCOUNTRY CLASSIFIEDS $27 for 4 issues, 25 words or less; 50 cents extra per word Barn Sale NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS Any error in your ad as published should be reported to the Publisher prior to the next week's publication. Publisher accepts advertis- ing on condition the advertiser agrees that at no time shall Publisher's liability exceed the cost of the space involved and that Publisher is not liable for incidental or consequential damages. Publisher accepts no responsibility for ad con- tents or errors in spelling or grammar. To order a classified ad by mail, please send your ad with check or money order to P.O. Box 639, Julian, CA 92036. To order by phone, please call (760) 765-2231, Monday through Friday, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. VISA/MasterCard accepted. There is a drop-off box at Soundings for your convenience. All classifieds must be received by 2 p.m. on Thursday for insertion in the next issue (Wednesday). Ads should be paid for at the time they are submitted unless other arrangements have been made at the business office. CLASSIFIED AD RATES $27 for 4 issues, 25 words or less; 50 cents extra per word. Garage/Yard Sales tlI./I'IIODI.T Clll R(II #)1,' .11 I,I. I  (;60) '6.;-01 I I Commercial Rentals r Help Wanted Children's Services ONGOING ATTRACTIONS JULIAN COMMUNITY PRESCHOOL k SINCE 1973 AGES 2 - 6 T" GRADE A COMMUNITY SCHOOL LOCATED AT THE METHODIST CHURCH HIGHWAY 78-79 AT PINE HILLS RD. HOURS 7:30 AM- 5;00 PM DAILY BARBARA PADDOCK, DIRECTOR Sc 765-0047 UCENSE #372000297  HOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE G RAFFLE OA MEETINGS Services 16 Track Digital Recording Studio CD Mastering Production Artwork Copyrighting Music Composition Mobile DJ/Karaoke Mobile Recording Available (Call For Rates) Guitar, Bass & Drum Lessons All Styles $15 Per Hour Instrument Service/Repair ', WMG Recording Artist Dave Wagner Julian (760) 765-4726 SUNDAY' CHURCH SERVICES IN JULIAN Residential Rentals Work Wanted AN EXTRA TOUCH lm|m|m|m ulm|mmlmmmmm|mmmmm|memlmlm CLEANING SfRVICE.T N-HOME EIM47[S llCff BY SO. @uAuTY SERVIGE AffORDABLE, RELIABff, AND I-,'ONE WEEKLY, BI-WEEKLY, MONTHLY, OR OCCASIONALLY DRtCOUNTE WITH REFERRAI..f FOR FREE F..lt,, PLF, ASE CAU 1 OR t'RIg AT r/6o) 765-I&)2 oe r/6o) 765-9782 10/8 Announcements Firewood for Sale $ For Sale $ ? Miscellaneous ? FIREWOOC SEASONED *SPLIT TREE TRIMMER'S BLEND DELIVERED FOR $200/CORD Rental Wanted AA MEETINGS 760-,443-8311 Roommate Wanted 12/24 FREE Firewood "PETEEEPERS" Goiro vacation? Need cae for your pets? we vll feed, wter, d love your ts wW1e you e goe. Cl (700) 7654551, Vehides &Tractors For Sale Church Directory TTINO CALL Lost & Found LOST OR FOUND, let the tips abound. Call The Julian News, 765-2231. Your ad might be seen by that special parson needing to see it. UUAN ANIMAL HOSPITAL S. NUSIC, DVM ;;'2'7--"n''-- 9 m.m.-S p.m., MonJTaesJThursJFd. 8:30 a.m.-Noon, Wed. & Sit. For Appointment, Call 765-0500 2907 Woshington Box 550 .JuMn, CA 92C86 FREE: YOUNG GOATS -- Adopted out as permanent pats only to qualified home. Call (760) 749-4790. TFN In accordance with Federal law and U. S. Department of Agriculture policy, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national ohgin, sex, age, or disability. To file a complaint of discrimination, write USDA, Director, Office of Civil Rights, Room 326-W, Whitten Building, 1400 Independence Avenue, SW, Washington, D.C. 20250-9410: or call (202) 720-5964 (voice and TDD). USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer. CARETAKER -- 35 hours par month in exchange for 1-BR apartment. Duties include feeding 2 horses and general maintenance. NO SMOKING. References required. (760) 765-1748. 10/15 DESK CLERK -- Hours vary. Apply in parson. Julian Lodge, 2720 C Street. 10/8 FULL-TIME & PART-TIME EXPERIENCED EVEN!NG COOK. Apply in person, Apple Country Restaurant. Ask for Bob, (760) 765-3495. 10/8 HANDYMAN/CARETAKER -- One day a week, Cuyamaca home & pmparty. Some Spanish necessary. Contact Skeet at (619) 890-9122. 10/22 JULIAN HOTEL HOUSKEEPER- Week- days - Weekends. Approx. 20 to 24 hours par week. (760) 765-0201. 10/22 MAJESTIC PINES CSD: PART-TIME BOOK- KEEPER/RECEPTIONIST, approx. 20 hrs./ wk., Mon.-Thurs. (9 a.m.-2 p.m.) Computer expadence required (Quick Books, Excel, Word & billing programs). Call for applica- tions: (760) 765-0532. Closes Oct. 14, 2003. Pay range: $8.50 - $14.50, DOQ. 19/8 WINE TASTING SALES CLERK: Part-time, weekends. Must be able to lift 40 Ibs. Call Jeff at (760) 765-0102. 10/15 NEED WORK? Looking for a particular position. Let the community's prospective employers know you're out them. Call (760) 765-2231 to place'your ad today. FIREWOOD -- Now taking orders for oak. Have your own rounds? We will come to you & split. Call Rich at 760-765-1598. 10/1 OAK FIREWOOD FOR SALE: $220 per cord. You must come and pick up. Please call (760) 765-0658. Leave message. 10/15 SEASONED OAK FIREWOOD: Split. Pick up or will deliver. $275/cord. (760) 213-3546. 10/29 ASSORTED HIGH PERFORMANCE OFFICE COMPUTERS and quality 15" and 17" color monitors with mouse, keyboard, and power stdp included. $300-$400 each. High quality office chairs also available. (760) 765-3922 until 9 p.m. 10/15 LARGE, HEAVY, PAINTED OAK COFFEE TABLE. Would make excellent conference table/dining rm. table. Legs need repair. $150. (760) 765-4713. 10/9 FREE FIREWOOD: You pick up. Call first. (760) 765-2972. 10/8 1982 FORD F150 -- Followinq all new: enqine;  transmission; brakes; dutch; tires; coolinq system; windshield; . CD player, 5000-lb. overloads, heavy-duty hitch, camper shell. 2,200 miles on new engine. $2800. Call Rick, (760) 765-2226; ce11/(760) 390-9500. 10/1 1985 F150, 4-spaed, carpet kit & shell, heavy- duty bumpers, CB & stereo. Good, all-around truck. $1500/OBO. Call (760)765-1507. Ask for Leslie or Alice. 9/24 1986 DODGE 14 T., 4x4. New everything -- motor, trans., tires, brakes, etc. Ask for Bill C. $4500/OBO. (877) 577-2624. 10/29 1989 CHEVY Blazer -- 131t, power, Tahoe package, new tires, oil change every 3000 miles. $2950. Call Loree, (760) 765-2993. 1997 NISSAN Pathfinder 4x4, excellent condi- tion. Air, power windows, locks, CD player, new tires. 93K miles. $10,750/OBO. Call (760) 765-2243. 10/15 FORD, FERGUSON TRACTORS, PARTS, IMPLEMENTS, & REPAIR t ractors@ranchooasis.com www.ranchooasis.com (909) 767-1580 MASSEY FERGUSON 205 Tractor, diesel, loader, scraper. $6,900. Hand deliver. (909) 767-1580, www.ranchcoasis.net 10/8 October 8, 2003 WANTED: Sightings of Western gray squirrels, Mernum's chipmunks, and big trees. Clinton S. Powell, Naturalist Acomnaturalist@aol.com TFN 10/11/03 -- SHADY ACRES, WYNOLA 4559 Highway 78, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. NO EARLY BIRDS. Lots of furniture, accessones, tools, etc. Many families. 10/8 HUGE FOUR-FAMILY YARD SALE 7029 Gr. So. Overland, 62, Shelter Valley Thurs. -- Fri. -- Sat. -- Sun. October 16,17,18,19 Dolls and Barbie Dolls, Chnstmas and Halloween items, toys galore -- bikes and scooter, Child or adult bunk bed -- Furniture, two outboard motors -- one 6 HP and one 40 HP, lots more. 10/15 TURN THOSE DUSTY TREASURES INTO CASH. Call 765-2231 to plaos your ad today. Hardwood Flooring OLD IVORLD CItAFT,%HAX "We do it right #te.flr,t tinw. " HARD;OOD FLOORING lnstallatinn .Refinishing Repairs .Maintenance Lic. 786437 Bonded Insured ,ILl It L t A'O !14[ , I L. 1 ('('!11 1-800-551-3888 COME JOIN THE FAMILY! , COME WORSHIP AT COMMUNITY I UNITED METHODIST CHURCH. I 8:30 A.M. CONTEMPORARY INFORMAL WORSHIP l 10:00 A.M. TRADITIONAL SERVICE m "Speaking the truth in (o.ve...with actions" m [=,'.. ,:=..zy,,f= J:J [ Sunday Worship Service  lO:15 a.m. , m SPECIAL MESSAGE: OCTOBER 12-- ROBERT MORGAN  E I I Wednesday Evening Bible Study, Prayer & Praise -- 7:00 pem. We are currently studying the book of Acts, led by Robert Morgan. Join us as we I gather together informally for encouragement, sharing, and thankfully bringing E our requests to God. e I I m Mountain High Youth Group, , m Wednesday, 7:O0 p.m. E Don't miss out on an exciting time of Bible study, refreshments, and...f00sball! We meet in the youth room on the lower level at JCBC. Questions? Call Noah at (760) 765-1908. e ii SOMETHING TO THINK ABOUT: I "A Christian's ethic arises out of his faith. Because God has so loved us in Christ, . we want to do all we can to return that love through the way we live." -- WilliamWillim0n I ' 3rafand''Streets JuCun, CR (760) 76Y-0345 " = mm m = m mmu n m mm m m mmm mm mlm mm mm m mm m m cm mm mmmlll COMMERCIAL WYNOLA -- 2 offices, each @ 253 sq. ft. and 1 workshop/storage/office @ 342 sq. ft. Call Paul at (760) 233-2012. Tm SMALL OFFICE SPACE IN WYNOLA. Pleasant surroundings. $295 per month. (760) 765-3334. TFN THE RED BARN IN WYNOLA IS AVAILABLE FOR BANQUETS AND PRIVATE PARTIES. CAN ACCOMMODATE 60 PEOPLE. CALL SABINE AT WYNOLA PIZZA EXPRESS FOR INFORMATION. (760) 765-1004. TFN Loan of $275,000 wanted by pnvate party. One year. 12% interest. Secured by Julian comrnercial and residential real estate. Please reply by mail to: Investment Opportunity do The Julian News P.O. Box 639 Julian, CA 92036 I sT FLOOR, 1 BR, 1 BA, kitchen w/new refer. Living room includes couch & rediner. Laun- dry room. Large porch. $695/rno. Call (760) 740-5954. 10/15 2 BR, 2 BA, CUYAMACA WOODS -- $825/ !'month' plus deposit. Gnd soar power generator, large deck, gated community. Available 11/1. (760) 765-3153. 10/29 APARTMENT: Hoskings Ranch. Individual unit, 1 bedroom, 1 bath. See CARETAKER wanted ad. 10115 HORSE PROPERTY -- 2Y=-BR/2-BA house on 40 ac. Scenic Shelter Valley. Ride for miles. Available 10/1/03. $1200/menth. (760) 788-0665. 10/15 HOUSE -- Modem, 2-BR/1-BA home, pnvate location w/mtn, view, tall pines, gated, wash- er/dryer in basement, full-length front & back porchss. NO SMOKING. 17150 Birdsell Lane. $1200/mo. + deposit. (619) 448-5883. 10/29 KENTWOOD I -- Cozy;. BR; large, brick fireplace; Cal. ceilings; fenced yard. $750/mo. Call for app. (619) 287-0513 or pager/(619) 682-5688. 10/15 LAKE CUYAMACA: 1 BR, 1-BA cabin; mtn. view; custom, knotty pine interior; weed- burning stove; elect, heater/air; refrigerator; range & oven; washer/dryer (electric) hookups; landscaped yard. NO PETS. NO SMOKING. Water paid. $850/mo. + deposit. " Available Oct. 1. (760) 765-0822. 10/1 RUSTIC 4-BR HOUSE IN PINE HILLS. NO SMOKING. NO PETS. $1200/me. Call Don, (805) 6824506. 9/24 RENTAL WANTED? HAVING DIFFICULTY FINDING JUST WHAT YOU NEED? Your ad in the Julian News can cut down on the time it takes. Call the Julian News at (760) 765-2231 to place that ad today. LOOKING FOR JUST THE RIGHT PERSON TO SHARE YOUR HOME OR HUNTING FOR A COZY HOME TO SHARE? Contact The Julian News today to place an ad that can help end your search. 10:15 A.M. SUNDAY SCHOOL JULIAN Julian Pioneer Museum (4 th & Washing- ton): Open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily ex- cept Mondays April thru November. Open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekends & holidays only December thru March. Toddlers Story Time: Every Wednesday, 11-11:30 a.m. at the Julian Library. OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS Tuesdays--9 a.m. FORINFORMAON, CALL 765-2722 oasandiego.org Calvary Chapel of Julian 10:00 a.m. & 6:30 p.m. High School Multipurpose Room Community United Methodist Church of Julian Worship Service 8:30 a.m. & 10:00 a,m. Sunday School 10:15 a.m. Highway 78/79 & Pine Hills Road Julian Communit Baptist Church 10:15 a.m. 3 & C Streets St. Elizabeth's Catholic Church 9:00 a.m. & 10:30 a.m. 4 = & B Streets The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, Julian Branch 10:00 a.m. Sacrament Meeting 2353 Ethelyn Lane Back in July, a couple building a new home in the Julian area came into the Museum and asked who was head of the Historical Society. I said that I could give them a name and were they interested in joining. No, they had found an urn while digging the foundation and thought that the Historical Society should have it. I asked if there was a date. Yes, 1937, so suggested they bnng it to the Museum. That afternoon, they did; and much to our surprise, it really was an um -- not Native American pottery;, and it contained ashes. The name on the um is "Ellanora Schmid with the date "September 29, 1937." The Museum staff has searched death notices and records for all San Diego County around that time with no luck. Jim Mazzone of the Cemetery Committee has told us that we may lay Ellanora to rest there, but this article may help to find a relative or someone who can help reach a relative. If you can be of help, please call the Museum at (760) 765-0227. adon Moore, Hen:age Museum Board ,britm0 m ct0ber Smmt VNw OMMUNlnr Cm 7217 Gr, SO, Ovedand Trail (S2) .md,  19 l-4p.nt Turkey D/nner k1=/$6 lads U, der 10/$3 -A- 27" Color TV .A- Dinners * Theme Parks, Etc. Raffle lickets $1.00 each - or- 6 for $5.00 For Into: Carol, (760) 765-3153 "COURAGE TO CHANGE" ~MIXED-- OPEN TOPIC DISCUSSION VEDNESDAY NITES @ 7:30 P.M. AT PINEZANITA RANCH ON I'IwY. 79 SOUTH STARTED 9/17/03 Bring your love and enthusiasm for Fellowshi_g, the Traditions, and the Stes. IF YOU NEED A RIDE TO A MEDICAL APPOINTMENT DOWN THE HILL, CALL TO COORDINATE WITH VOLUNTEER DRIVERS. THIS HAS BEEN A SERVICE OF INTERMOUNTNN PARK AND RECREATION, INC. SINCE 1994. IF YOU CAN VOLUNTEER TO BE A DRIVER WITH THIS SERVICE, PLEASE CALL BIRTHDAYS P ANNIVERSARIES J WEDDING ANNOUNCEMENTS- Call (760) 765-2231 before it's too late to make the next issue. LIFE- TIIREATIVING-DISEASE SUPPORT GROUP The Julian Support Group for victims and caregivers of cancer and other life-threatening illnesses meets the SECOND TUESDAY of every month at 2:30 p.m. at the Cornrnunity United Methodist Church on Hwy. 78/79. Please join us and invite a friend who can use the support. For further information, contact Linda Coflew at (760) 765-3476. TFN OUllt, E(l/ FMVLU5 m Tm (Oulmr Nim 1 Foumm Dressers Gas Dryer Ing-Size Mattress Refrigerator Washer Chest of Drawers Accordion (d. /o bo/ .o ws ) AVAILABLE AT THE MOMENT: Single Bed Mattress Freezer Color TV Double Mattress & Box Springs Twin Bed Mattress People should call (760) 765-1909 if they have special needs or if they have items to donate in response to one or more of the needs listed above. -- jEVNO NEMAT -- FREE tractor and engine show sponsored by Branch 22 Eady Day Gas Engine & Tractor Association, Inc., will be held at Santee Lakes Regional Park & Campground in Santee, CA, Saturday and Sunday/October 11 & 12. Events include a tractor parade, hay baling, and vanous operating engines and pumps. Admission to the park per car is $1.00 for Santee residents and $3.00 for all others. Call Cliff at (619) 478-5500 or Dudley at (619) 478-5787. 10/8 THE WIND BENEATH OUR WINGS The Eagle's Wings Program provides bereavement services to widowed veterans and spouses in our community. We cordially invite the professional community and individuals interested in enhancing their skills in the area of care giving and bereavement in this informative, entertaining luncheon. There is no charge for the event, mstedals, or lunch. Sundays -- 6 p.m. Santa Ysabel Reservation Library Mondays -- 7 p.m. Pinezanita Trailer Ranch, 4 miles south of Julian on Highway 79 Tuesdays -- 7 p.m. Santa Ysabel Mission Wednesdays  6 p,m. San Jose Valley Continuation School (across the stre from Warner Un/fied Schoo/) Thursdays -- 8 p.m, Community United Methodist Church of Julian, Highway 78/79 & Pine Hills Rd, Fridays -- 7 p.m. Shelter Valley Community Center Saturdays -- 8 p.m. Santa Ysabel Mission Seating space is limited. Please reserve your seat by contacting Eagle's Wings with your  4,i [('&. name and a contact phone number where rQd,, ,i they can reach you to confirm your reserva- tion, WHAT: The WIND BENEATH YOUR WINGS Luncheon Thu Fellowship Time -- 11:00 a.m. Program-- 12 Noon to 1:30 p.m. Veteran's Museum and Memorial Center . 2115 Pad( Boulevard San Diego, California 92101-4752 CONTACT: Eagle's WinDs Phone-- (619) 234.9464 Fax-- (619) 239-9464 E-mail 1  9/'24 i CRAFTERS NEEDED -- BOOTH SPACE AVAILABLE. Spirit of Joy Lutheran Church Craft Festival, October 31-Novembar 1. For information, call (760) 789-1926 or (760) "Plee doa't dust! We Ie  m-vk'e for that, MolJer." J ENT IT TODAY! JULL VIDEO mmR THIRD AND B STREETS I ,it "File these in random order like you usually do?' IIIIItilIIILIItlIIIIIIH [J"!"i'i?iiiiiiiiiii!!!!! "Of course I'm responsible for that mar- keting plan, but you're responsible for how it turned out!" "Just a quarter cup for me. That's when my pager goes off." I I I "How can he achieve job satisfaction as a purchaser, if he never purchases anything?" "Can I borrow a few bucks, Peter? Paul's here." 789-3624. 9/24 "The auditors want to know if you're a bank." "Wait/It's just my staple remover!" m i T i i, ] i iii i1 u ii