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October 8, 2003 j BUTCH AND DOUGIE , By Alex Howell Z I GEORGE By Mark Szorady HAMSTER ALLEY By Polly Keener N'r 3TAND o CLOSE TO / BECAOSE... //" ZT'S , STORMFIELD By Wesley Alexander '" VACA'I-ION / JET NEWS By Bill Murray REAL E STATE Ranches * Homes * Lots * Loans 1-800-371-6669 JULIAN L0G HOME " $695,000 Custom log home on 3+ acres in desirable Pine Hills area in the mountain commanlty of Julian. Very private parcel. Views of Cuyamaca peaks, the ocean, and C[evelsnd National ForesL Home features many upgrades. Pro|eealcusUy deeined and built by present owner. You must see this home to appreeinte the value. Ask for Colleen. III .... ' .,,  SANTA YSABEL $399,000 Rustic home or weekend cabin on 10.8 acres. Great location near Julian between Wynols and Santa Ysabel. Severs] nice building sites suitable for custom home. Several eutbutld- thgs currently used for equipment storage, Very good water well (30-40 m). Very versatile property, sold "AS-IS." . ,    , . i'i i i'ii-iiN .... % , PALOMAR MOUNTAIN $379,000 very rare, large parcel available on Palomar Mountain. Approximately 35 acres featuring ocean views. Building site has 300-degroe view. Property is located on East Grade road. Very pdvate. CHIHUAHUA VALLEY $65,000-$130,000-$250,000 bulldable paxb toto.Ithg 19.61 acres in ileelrabb Chihuahua Valley. Lots have corners marked & completed pert tests. Incredible views of the valley, Palemar, & Lake Heushaw. Two 5-auto parcels for $05,000 each, 10-acre parcet for $130,000, or all three together for $250.00. Wendedui place to build in a reat community! !!i il ili!iiiil ii!!ii!ii !!i!ii!!ii!ii!!!iiiil ' !iiii!!i :! ii!i? ! ili !iiii!!i! i!!i!!!ii 00i!i!!il i !i'i if:if! VALLECITO--DESERT ACREAGE $50,000 Cbolla. barrel and ooililo cactus as far as the eye cxu see surroundtog ts 332 acres on two parcels. Backed up to Anza Borrego Stot Park, Aipia Cllento Sprtogs Cotmty Park, BLM lacd, and several reeezaUomk Private, quiet, and therapeutic. Great spot to build weekend getaway, arUst studio, or persooa R&RT "totage trailer could coovey, PALOMAR MOUNTAIN $29,900 l-acre lot. Private, wooded, beautiful surroundings. Deeded access needs improvement. Moderate slope. Lots this size not eRen available on Palomar Mountain. VALLEY CENTER - ,,-' ,,u. ,,. .... $500,000 Adjacent parcels of 12 acres and 13 acres each. Each with 500--+ high-quality, producing avocado tzoes. Water meter, electricity, perc tssk near eeway. ii i :ii iiii: ii !i VALLEY CENTER -" $360,000-$525,000 40-acre view lot with water, eleciz4clty, and approved house sits plaos. Corners marked. Area of several flower farms, avocado groves, and estate homes. Very private. $384,825. $361,300. 1886 $100,689. $94,175. 0 *SOURCE: Average closed sa/es for the past 90 days reposed to Sandicor (MLS) as of Feb. 20, 2003 68 122 RANCHES * HOMES * LOTS * LOANS ALL LOAN TYPES CREDIT PROBLEMS OK 'No UP-FRONT FEES 100%+ LoANPROGRAMS SELF-EMPLOYED PROGRAMS Call Me For Personal Service Donn Bree, Ph.D. 1-800-371-6669 21887 Washington Street Santa Ysabel, CA 92070 donn@donn.com www.donn.com AIIII THE ,IU IA SEWS A Interstate P6A00 UNCI00 BLUNT... Dear Uncle Blunt: My son started high school this year. I know this is quite a change for him, but I was shocked when I got a call from the s(;hool that he was rou- tinely skipping classes. He was a good student in grammar school, so I don't know what's going on. I want to be understanding, but I also don't want to go too easy on him. What would be the proper punishment? FRAZZLED Dear Frazzled: I'll be blunt. Your son is being irre- sponsible. Whether he's caught up with the wrong crowd at school or just came to this behavior by himself, it's going to lead to a lazy, irresponsible pattern of thinking. My guess is, your son has it too good. Like most kids his age, he probably has every electronic form of entertainment and amusement at his disposal and wastes valuable time just sitting in front of a glowing screen. If he won't crack the books, it's time for you to crack the whip. The first step is to unplug the tele- vision and video game set. The only way he'll learn responsibility is for Morn and Dad to give him a daily set of chores on a regularly scheduled basis. Have him cut the grass, shovel the driveway, weed the flower bed, paint the garage, etc. And, the most impor- tant part of this daily chore schedule will be his homework. After he's com- pleted his physical chores, it's time for him to sit down and get his mental chores completed. Putting him on this regular schedule of a little physical work, coupled with having him study each night, will help break the monot- ony of sitting in class all day and better prepare him for those classes. If he's prepared for class, he'll want to attend class. As his attendance and perform- ance improves, start encouraging him to get involved with extra activities at school. Whether it's the chess club or the track team, he needs to work his mind and body together to stimulate his desire to want to learn. E-mail your questions to Uncle Blunt at." uncleblunt@dbrmedia.com (c)2003 Uncle Blunt Dist. by DBR Media, Inc. 00TIMELY TIPS by Kate Worth KEEP IT CLEAN -- Whenever I'm using my cutting board, I always place a large piece of newspaper under it. This way, if anything spills or drips, it lands on the newspaper which I just wad up and throw away when I'm done. -- Theresa P. GREASED LIGHTNING -- Every once in a while, rll rub the outer edges of my oven shelves with petroleum jelly. This keeps them sliding in and out easily and makes less of a struggle for me.- Betty S. YUMMY! -- I love grilled porto- bello mushrooms. I eat them in place of hamburger on a bun. Before grilling, to make them extra tasty, I cut a few slits in the caps and insert tiny slivers of garlic. By the way, if you don't know how to grill them, it's so simple. All you do is brush them with olive oil, season with salt and pepper to taste, and grill away.- Fran K. CLEAN PRESS -- If you're mak- ing a pie which requires a cookie- crumb or graham-cracker crust, place a plastic sandwich bag over your hand. Press the crust into the pie plate as usual. When you're done, you can just slip off the bag and discard, leaving your hands clean -- Melissa V. MASH MAGIC -- Always mash your potatoes while they're still hot. If you wait and the potatoes get cold, you'll get gummy mashed potatoes instead of nice, fluffy ones. -- Dolores M. PARTY TIME -- Since most of us will be entertaining during the" upcom- ing holidays, I thought I'd pass this tip along. When I'm having a houseful of company, I tape a large plastic garbage bag to the cabinet below my kitchen sink. This way, I can scrape and rinse plates off quickly. -- Adele T. Share your special Timely. Tip with our readers. Send t to Kate c/o DBR Media, Inc., P.O. Box 21, Hopewell Jet., NY 12533 or e-mail: deckertdbrmedia.com. (c) 2003 DBR Media, Inc. PROFESSIONALS! Let our readers see your specialty! 13 WEEKS FORONLY $90 Call (760) 765-2231 The Julian News 15 I JULIAN LODGE 4th & C Streets, Julian A Bed & Breakfast Mountain Inn with Country Hospitality. 23 Air Condi- tioned Rooms with Private Baths & Cable TV. Hostess: Karen Davis (760) 765-1420 (760) 765-0222 Appoved We're a small, country motel in the heart of this beautiful, historic area. 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IN PERSON DURING BUSINESS HOURS ii IN PERSON AFTER BUSINESS HOURS ii BY PHONE DURING BUSINESS HOURS ti FAX 1NFO TO i MAIL ADVERTISING & GENERAL CORRE- SPONDENCE TO i Our office is located by Soundings (1453 Hollow Glen Road) across from the Sheriff's Substation and is open from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday through Friday. Information may be placed in 1"he Julian News drop box in Soundings. Soundings is open from 8:30 a.m:-5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Call (760) 765-2231 for advertising and news information. (For added convenience, this line is also equipped to take messages 24 hours a day.) (760) 765-1838 The Julian News -- P. O. Box 639 -- Julian, CA 92036