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r The Julian News 7 ! April 18, 2012 Live in Julian. Sho in Julian Business Spotlight: Quinn Knives the Secret Shopper QuJnn Knives is located at 2116 Main Street in the Cole Building, downstairs in the back corner. Nancy Quinn has owned the business for twenty-eight years. The shop is open 10:00am to 4:00pm during the winter and spring months and 10:00am to 5:00pm in the summer and fall. They offer a 10% discount to the military and law enforcement. Nancy's husband started making knives as a hobby and then they decided to open the knife shop in 1984. Her husband passed away five years ago but you can still see several of his handmade knives on display at the shop. Quinn Knives is exactly that, a knife shop. They mainly carry a large selection of American made knives. Nancy stocks hundreds of knives including Buck hunting, fishing, camping and outdoor knives; Benchmade outdoor, utility, folding and fixed blade knives; Kershaw hunting and pocket knives; Case hunting, fixed and folding pocket knives. There is a large selection of collector and limited edition knives including Jeff Morgan and Rob Hudson handmade St. Elizabeth'spresents[:athnlic Church 0 Procee& for the Constr ion of Religion Classrooms 9 Rabobank Parking Lot, 2033 Main Street custom knives. Some of the very unique knives she has in stock are custom made obsidian flint knapped knives that are made in Oregon. There are also hunting and fishing knives from Finland and Germany and a large selection of U.S. military knives. There are also a variety of knife sharpening tools and misc knife accessories and handmade walking sticks. This is a great place to shop for your outdoorsman or for your kitchen.. check it out. v WINE6 P C NTS Come provide your input on plans being developed to improve transportation options for San Diego County residents. The San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG) will hold a series of public meetings to discuss updates to the region's Coordinated Public Transit-Human Services Transportation Plan. SANDAG is encouraging the community to provide input on the new plan, share thoughts on social service transgortation needs (including those of seniors, low-income, and disabled individuals), and discuss other issues pertinent to social service transportation in the County. The outreach meeting schedule is: April 23 [ Oceanside North County Transit District 810 Mission Ave. 3-4:30 p.m. April 25 I Ramona Ramona Senior/Community Center 434 Aqua Ln. 3:30-5 p.m. April 24 I Campo Mountain Empire Community Ctr. 976 Sheridan Rd. 3-4:30 p.m. April 26 1 San Diego Caltrans District 11 Offices 4050 Taylor St. 12:30-2 p.m. April 24 I El Cajon Ronald Reagan Community Center 195 East Douglas Ave. 6-7:30 p.m. April 26 [ Chula Vista Chula Vista City Hall 276 Fourth Ave. 3-4:30 p.m. April 25 I Valley Center Vailey Center Community Hall 28246 Lilac Rd. 1-2:30 p.m. For more information, visit: www.sa ndag.org/coord i nated p la n #1386 Third Annual Anza Valley Artists Gallery Show The Anza and surrounding High Country Communities of talented artists will present their work at the third "Heart of the High Country" gallery show at the Anza Community Hall, 56630 Highway 371, Anza, on Saturday, April 28, 2012, from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. An artists' reception with refreshments will be from 12 noon to 2:00 p.m. Twelve local artists will participate in the show: Rika Anctil, Phyllis Brown, Paola Canaday, Angel Garcia, Rosie Grindle, Margie Kohler, Laura Manseau, Mary Marlin, Michele McMillan, Sue Smith, Nancy Swanson, andLeslie Wagner. Carol Ravy, is this year's guest artist. This award winning artist holds a Bachelor of Art degree in fine art. She has studied with many nationally known artists. Her teaching career is extensive including, 13 years at Palomar Community College. Carors paintings have been sold to Carol Ravy private collections throughout the United States and internationally. She has demonstrated at the San Diego County Fair for 16 years and continues to offer art classes in watercolor and mixed media throughout San Diego County. The variety of media at the show will include: water color, acrylic, oil, pastel, pen & ink, photography, ceramics, gourds, and mixed media. The themes will range from landscapes to flowers, portraits, and abstractions. The highlight of the gallery show will be a raffle of pieces of art. Ticket buyers will choose which piece, or pieces of art they would like to take a chance on winning. Tickets are $1.00 each or 6 for $5.00. All proceeds from the raffle will be donated to the Anza community. --Jim, Sackville, N.B., Canada Encyclopedia of U.S. Marks on I)" mm mm 'II A: What you have is a radio Pottery, Porcelain&Clay"claims premium. "Big Sister" was a production ended in 1931. If you daytime radio drama sponsored wish to know the value of your b by Rinso Soup that aired on china, I recommend a good the CBS network from 1936 appraiser. You have several that until 1952. The series featured are certified in Albuquerque, Q: I have an old metal iron squeezer identified as being "The Arcade No. 2." -- Cathy, Amarillo, Texas A: The Arcade Manufacturing Company of Freeport, II1., made lemon squeezers during the early years of the past century. The No. 2 is valued at about $15. A good reference is "300 Years of Kitchen Collectibles" by Linda Campbell Franklin (Krause, $29.95). Q: I have a bracelet that is identified as being "Big Sister's Birthday Bracelet," probably from the 1940s. I am enclosing a picture of it in its packing box. Any idea of its value? Alice Frost in the title role. The storyline was set in the fictional town of Glen Falls and revolved around Ruth Evans and the sacrifices she made for her younger sister, Sue, and crippled brother, Neddie. Your bracelet is probably worth about $20, perhaps a little more since it is in the original mailing box. Q: I inherited a set of dishes from my grandmother, and I would like to know the value and where I might take it to sell. It is Leigh Ware. -- Wilfred, Albuquerque, N.M. A: The Leigh Pottery Company was started in 1926 in Alliance, Ohio, and continued until the early 1930s. Even though there is some dispute about exactly when the company folded, Lois Lehner, author of "Lehner's including Suzanne Staley, www. suzannestaley.com, and 888- 758-1118. To sell your china, you might show your set to antiques dealers in your area. Q: I have U.S. Navy honorable discharge papers from World War I1. I would like to sell them. -- Sheila, Palm Coast, Fla. A: Discharge papers from WWII are fairly common and generally sell in the $10 to $20 range, depending on condition and any supporting documentation. 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. 2012 King Features Syndicate, Inc,