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8 The Julian News April 2, 2014 Stephen C. Kerch Deborah J. Kerch Allison Pettross Broker/Owner REALTOR®, RMS REALTOR® CA BRE Lic #00551521 CA BRE License # 01441209 CA BRE License # 01934854 direct: 760-579-3716 direct: 760-525-8145 A company of Kerch E Associates Inc• licensed since 1985 760-765-1000 2526 Washington St., Julian, CA JULIAN-BANNER GRADE-4BR/2BA, One acre offering privacy, seasonal spring, mountain views and picturesque country setting. New paint and carpeting, custom updates. BLM access, bring your horses, desert toys and RV. $325,000. CUYAMACA WOODS-5846 Grandview Way-4BDI3.SBA CUYAMACA WOODS -5151 Acorn Patch Rd- 2BDI3BA Designed 5 Acre Solar-Powered Estate. On clear days the view stretches from KENTWOOD-2664 Salton Vista Dr- 3BDI3BA Beautifully remodeled to take full advantage of the views from this twelve acre hillside Pt. Loma, the Coronado, Catalina Islands and beyond. This home is home features desirable open floor plan, with large brick fireplace in parcel, an elegant country home offers privacy and amazing designed for entertaining with a large kitchen with two ovens, the living room. The kitchen boasts custom hardwood cabinets, granite vistas from every room. A spacious open floor plan, hardwood ranges, and dishwashers, it opens up to a huge great room with counters, a spacious island, double oven, walk-in pantry, and built in floors, window seats and enchanting rock fireplace make the 21ft vaulted ceilings. Surrounded by acollection of National, State, desk area. Dual pane windows, newer roof, large separate laundry main floor living spaces a tribute to comfortable country living. & County parks, the opportunities to enjoy high-tech, self-contained room upstairs with sink, on demand water heater, new septic system, The home offers a spectacular entrance from the ample driveway luxury amongst an abundance of wildlife in a private and natural fire resistant coated siding, and lots of storage. $329,000 parking areas. $709,000 setting are here nowi $1,379,000 PINE HILLS-AZALEA AV-3BDI3.SBA-Amazing Volcan views, fine home finishes, mature trees, lovely landscaping. CALL NOW TO SEE $535,500 WYNOLA - CALICO RANCH - 6100+ sq ft. Must see! Executive home in the country, 16+ acres too many features to describe. $1,275,000 PINE HILLS-4894 Pine Ridge Ave-3BD/3BA If owning a log home in the r ountains is on your list, this custom built country beauty just WYNOLA-HWY 78-3BD/3BA This captivating custom built 1995 may be the one. It is situated on a 3.11 acre parcel in Pine Hills, just two-level, substantial country home presents a unique opportunity 4 miles near Julian CA and only one hour from San Diego. $656,000 to embrace not just a home but a lifestyle family since it was built. $899K • SHELTER VALLEY - Great Sandy Trail 1.09 acres Corner lot with • JULIAN ESTATES LOT -West Incense Cedar 4.91 acres well. $25K Gated community, underground utilities. $I 99K • CUYAMACAWOODS -Acorn Patch Rd 3.73 acres water meter in • JULIAN ESTATES LOT -West Incense Cedar 4.15 acres place. Beautiful views to the North, this area is gated and off-grid. Gated community, underground utilities. $199K $75K • SHELTER VALLEY - Firewater Trail 1 acre with well and • MAYSON VALLEY - 1.07 acres in Shelter Valley. Accessed from S2. mountain views $25K Perfect for a manufactured home, needs a well. $15K • HARRISON PARK - Harrison Park Rd 4.93 acre lot right • PINE RIDGEAV-4.44 acres in Pine Hills.Water meter and a on Hwy 79 & Harrison Park Rd. $120K OMC " site plan completed. Electricity is nearby. $265K design: LEENA HANNONEN.com Mr. Peanut Q: I have a Mr. Peanut novelty bracelet made of plastic and metal probably from the 1960s. Is it worth keeping? -- Rhonda, Albuquerque, N.M. A: Your Mr. Peanut bracelet is valued in the $25 to $35 range, depending on condition and style. There were several designs made of this bracelet, which Usually were given away as premiums by the company. Other values include a Planter's Mr. Peanut display jar, $35; a plastic lapel pin, $15; and a ballpoint pen, $20. Q: I began collecting bottles as a teenager in Nevada. During the past 40 years, I have managed to find more than 400 bottles, many of them from saloons and pharmacies in Nevada. Since I now find myself downsizing, I would like to donate my collection to a museum or institution where it can be seen and enjoyed by others. -- Sam, Las Vegas A" I suggest you contact the Nevada State Museum, 600 N. Carson St., Carson, NV 89701; 775-687-4810. Your collection sounds interesting, and I hope you find an appropriate home for it. Q: In' 1937, I visited a relative in Britain and was given a Wedgwood earthenware cup and saucer commemorating the coronation of George VI and Elizabeth. Is ff valuable? --Sue, Waco, Texas A: Commemorative ware has become increasingly popular in recent years. For example, a Royal Doulton bone china cup that was issued to mark the wedding of the Prince of Wales and Lady Diana Spencer has increased in value to almost $700; a plate featuring an image of Queen Victoria from 1887, $400; and an eggcup showing Princess Margaret Rose, $95. Your cup and saucer probably are worth about $50. Q: My granddad worked in a North Dakota assay office during the 1920s and '30s. I have inherited his scale, which was used to weigh gold ore during that same period. I would like to find out more about it. --Rob, Mason, Iowa A: Bob Jibben is president of the International Society of Antique Scale Collectors, and he .has agreed to help you. Founded .in 1976, the ISASC is an active non-profit group. Contact Jibben at 1821 W. 49th St., Minneapolis, MN 55419; info@lSASC.org; and www.ISASC.org Write to Larry Cox in care of King Features Weekly Service, P.O, Box 536475, Orlando, FL 32853-6475, or send e-mail to questionsforcox@ aoLcom. Due to the large volume of mail he receives, Mr. Cox is unable to personally answer all reader questions• Do not send any materials requiring return mail. (c) 2013 King Features Synd., Inc. Botany In Borrego Springs • April 13' &14 A top expert on Baja California plants will speak to the Botany Society April 14 in Borrego Springs. Dr. Jon P. Rebman, curator of botany at the San Diego Natural History Museum, will talk about his "Recent Botanical Expeditions to Desert Areas of Baja California." In the last few years he has focused on remote parts of the Baja California region and its adjacent islands where "some significant botanical discoveries have been made that... provide us with new ideas on plant biogeography in desert areas of our region." Dr. Rebman will discuss these expeditions; elaborate on the plant discoveries made, and explain how they relate to improving our knowledge of the Sonoran Desert flora as a whole. His talk begins at 10 a.m. at the Anza-Borrego Desert State Park Visitor Center, 200 Palm Canyon Drive 92004 in. Borrego Springs. The public is invited; there is no admission charge• The day before, on Sunday, April 13, Dr. Rebman will lead a field class--sponsored by the Anza-Borrego Foundation--in which he demonstrates how he collects plant specimens not yet documented in the area. People interested in taking the class should call the ABF office for information at 760-767-0446 ext. 1003. Ask Pastor Rick In The News Huffington Post Quotes Survey: There May Be No "Pope Francis Effect" After All Despite widely reported anecdotes of lapsed Catholics returning to the pews, growth in Mass attendance and renewed interest in the Roman Catholic Church during Pope Francis' first year, a new report has found the "Pope Francis effect" may not exist after all. In a survey released in March about Americans' views of the pope nearly a year into the papacy, the Pew Research Center found no change in the share of American adults who call themselves Catholic, or in self-reported rates of Mass attendance, when compared to pre-Francis numbers. Pew also reported no increase in the percentage of Catholics volunteering at their churches or going to confession. While Catholics and non- Catholics alike gave Francis high ratings in the poll, and Pew found a "widespread perception that he is a change for the better," it said it was "less clear whether there has been a so-called 'Francis effect,' a discernible change in the way American Catholics approach their faith." Source: The Huffington Post, summarized by Pastor Rick Ask Pastor Rick Why did the Old Testament make a distinction between certain meats (clean and unclean) but not plants even though some plants are poisonous? The restriction on the eating of meat [kosher diet] was part of the covenant between the people of Israel and God. It wasn't binding on other nations or people. And even with the people of God, eating meat was different in various times of their history. This is demonstrated in how God spoke about the eating of meat - both clean and unclean: Before the flood - no meat [Genesis 1:29] After the flood - all meat [Genesis 9:2-3] Kosher Diet - some meat [Leviticus 11] New Testament outlook - all meat [Acts 10:10-15; 1st Corinthians 10:23-31; 1st Timothy 4:4] Rick Hill is the Senior Pastor at Hillside Community Church on 3rd and C Streets in Julian, CA. Direct all questions and correspondence to: PastorRick@julianchurch.org or Hillside Community Church, Religion In The News, Box 973, Julian, CA, 92036. (Opinions in this column do not necessarily express the views of Julian News, its editor, or employees.)