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But in e-mails, the former President told his namesake “to ‘relax, give things time, get to know her,’ ” says the younger Bush. “That’s my Latin heritage coming out,” says Bush, who just left his job at an L. law firm to campaign full-time (he’s W’s right-hand man in his quest for Latino and youth votes) before starting law school at the University of Texas at Austin in September.
” ‘If the girl’s the right one, it will fall into place.’ He’s a very wise man.” A wise man whose grandson, so far, is winning the women’s vote. Jeb Bush and his Mexican-born wife Columba’s three children, the 6-ft. The avid mountain biker doesn’t foresee a political future “right now”—but has his grandfather’s endorsement in his search for a mate.
Anyone hoping to get to first base with the 6’3″ New York Yankee should know this: You will first have to face Jeter’s screening committee—African-American dad Charles, 51, a drug-and-alcohol-abuse counselor, Irish-American mom Dorothy, 47, an accountant, and sister Sharlee, 20, a college student. Plus, the man Yankees coach Joe Torre once called “the coolest cat in town” is so discreet he’s even managed to keep his lips zipped about former flame Mariah Carey. Jeter will make an all-star husband, says close pal and fellow PEOPLE bachelor Alex Rodriguez, a Seattle Mariners shortstop: “If I had a daughter, Derek is the kind of guy that I would want [her] to marry.” WHAT HE’S LOOKING FOR: A woman who’s “very independent, intelligent and generous.” CAVEAT: He says that he’s not ready for marriage. Damon’s smart (he attended Harvard, leaving two semesters shy of graduation), industrious (he’s completed five flicks in three years), handsome and sweetly devoted to his mother, Nancy Carlsson-Paige, 56, a professor of early-childhood education.
“My dad is the easiest one,” explains the soft-spoken, Michigan-raised shortstop, who receives an average of five crates of mail from mostly female fans every week. Most importantly, “when he does settle down,” says his friend Costas Panagopoulos, “he’ll commit to it with full force.” BIG PLUS: He’s modest (“There are times I’ve been rejected that would spin your head around,” he told Time last year).
No one is home and there aren’t the usual pay envelopes I’m accustomed to using at campgrounds in order to deposit a fee in the iron ranger.
I buy a permit for which allows us to stay for two weeks. “Put one on your windshield and one on the door of your trailer,” she instructs.
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Everyone who visits the desert needs to know what threatens the existence of this reptile, a creature which has been around for thousands of years.) A sign with an arrow directs us to the camp host’s campsite.
CAVEAT: He has said that his nonstop work schedule has left him “out of gas.” 4 GEORGE PRESCOTT BUSH, 24, paralegal, Los Angeles.
With his chiseled features, movie-star smile and hard-to-ignore moniker, Bush doesn’t need to consult Grandpa for dating advice.