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8 The Julian News April 23, 2014 Broker/Owner CA BRI: Lic #00551521 Deborah J. Kerch REALI:OR , RMS CA BRE License # 01441209 direct: 760-5-79-3716 Allison Pettross REALTOR CA BRE License # 01934854 direct: 760-525-8145 RE A compang of Kerch 8: Associates Inc. licensed since1985 CUYAMACA WOODS-5846 Grandview Way-4BD/3.5BA. 5 Acre Solar-Powered Estate. On clear days the view stretches from Pt. Loma, the Coronado, Catalina Islands and beyond. This home is designed for entertaining with a large kitchen with two ovens, ranges, and dishwashers, it opens up to a huge great room with 21ft vaulted ceilings. Surrounded by a collection of National, State, & County parks, the opportunities to enjoy high-tech, self-contained luxury amongst an abundance of wildlife in a private and natural setting are here now! $1,379,000 KENTWOOD-2664 Salton Vista Dr-3BD/3BA Beautifully remodeled home features desirable open floor plan, with large brick fireplace in the living room. The kitchen boasts custom hardwood cabinets, granite counters, a spacious island, double oven, walk-in pantry, and built in desk area. Dual pane windows, newer'roof, on demand water heater, new septicsystem and fire resistant coated siding. $329,000 KENTWOOD-3127 Pheasant Dr.-4BD/4BA 2.09 Acres; great family home, needs some finish work: $368,000 CUYAMACA WOODS -5151 Acorn Patch Rd- 2BD/3BA Designed to take full advantage of the views from this twelve acre hill- side parcel, an elegant country home offers privacy and amazing vistas from every room. A spacious open floor plan, hardwood floors, window seats and enchanting rock fireplace make the main floor living spaces a tribute to comfortable country living. The home offers a spectacular entrance from the ample driveway parking areas. $709,000 WHISPERING PINES - 2020 PROSPECT Street- 2BDII BA Move in ready home. It has decks on the front and back of the house, a one car detached garage and wood shed, fully fenced yard, with large concrete parking deck. This property includes two lots for a total .39 acres. $285,000 \\; WYNOLA - CAL CO RANCH - 6100+ sq ft. Must see! Executive home in the country, 16+ acres too many features to describe. $1,275,000 WYNOLA-HWY 78-3BDI3BA This captivating custom built 1995 two-level, substantial country home presents a unique opportunity to embrace not just a home but a lifestyle. LAKE CUYAMACA-30.71 Acres Panoramic Views! 3 separate legal parcels w! water shares; $550,000 KENTWOOD-555 Manzanita Dr.-2BD/2BA Built 2007 .46 acre separate entrance studio/hobbY room. Stellar Salton Sea Views! $269,000 P CUYAMACA WOODS - 5789 Shady Acres Lane-2.63 acre 1 BD/1BA Built 2007 this cutie won't last! $249,000. PINE HILLS-AZALEA AV-3BD/3.5BA-Amazng Volcan views, fine home finishes, mature trees, lovely landscaping. CALL NOWTO SEE $529,500 JULIAN-BANNER GRADE-4BRI2BA, 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 -Acorn Path Rd 3.2 acres with gorgeous sunset views over the hills. Gated and off the grid. $63,000 CUYAMACA WOODS - Engineers Road 2.3 acres with water meter, building pad, views, wooded 'lot. $90,000 PINE HILLS - Pine Hills Road 1.64 acres percs for little I bedroom I bath cabin in the trees $39,900 CUYAMACA WOODS-Acorn Patch Rd 3.73 acres. Beautiful views to the North, this area is gated and off-grid. $75,000 MASON VALLEY - 1.07 acres in Shelter Valley. Accessed from S2. Perfect for a manufactured home, needs a well. $I 5,O00 PINE RIDGEAV - 4.44 acres in Pine Hills.Water meter and a site plan completed. Electricity is nearby. $265,000 JULIAN ESTATES LOT-West Incense Cedar 4.91 acres Gated community, underground utilities. $I 99,000 JULIAN ESTATES LOT-West Incense Cedar 4.15 acres Gated community, underground utilities. $199,000 SHELTER VALLEY - FirewateTrail 1 acre with well and mountain views $25,000 HARRISON PARK- Harrison Park Rd 4.93 acre lot rig.ht on Hwy 79 & Harrison Park Rd. $I 10,000 owner w, ll carry, ez terms, new price! / Art Potpourri continued from page 3 of the artists will be available to discuss their work. The Julian Arts Guild was created more than 30 years ago, with the goal of supporting local artists, stimulating artistic pursuits, and expanding the cultural interests of the community. The Guild presents two art shows during the year, and hosts the October Open Studios Tour where local artists open their studios to the public. In addition, the Guild sponsors workshops, demonstrations and speakers at monthly meetings. We hope you'll join us for the "Art Potpourri" and see these beautiful works of art. To learn more about the Julian Arts Guild, visit our website at www. julianartsguild.org. k k k If you're shipping something heavier than 5 lbs., you may want to consider a USPS Flat or Regional Rate box. These boxes can be a cost- effective choice for small, heavy items. To learn more about saving on shipping, visit www. endicia.com. by Larry Bozo the Clown Q: In about 1949, I received a 78-rpm record album of "Bozo at the Circus." The album featured colorful illustrations of circus animals and two records that contained the story. I still have it and wonder if it is rare. --Jimmy, Metarie, La. A: Alan W. Livington created the original concept for Bozo the Clown. Pinto Colvig, a former vaudeville headliner, radio actor and, yes, circus performer, became the voice of Bozo on the recorded stories issued by Capitol Records. The set you have was issued in 1946 and it became so popular that the company began promoting Bozo as Bozo the Capitol Clown. In 1949, KTTV-TV in Los Angeles was the first to air a Bozo televised series, and it soon became one of the most popular syndicated programs for children. "Bozo at the Circus" is not considered a rarity. Most of the copies I've seen in shops and at antiques malls have been priced in the $15 to $25 range. Q: While cleaning out one of my mother's closets, I found a small jewelry box that contained several pieces of costume jewelry from the 1930s. Two of the more interesting pieces are a brooch designed by Joseph Wiesner and an Art Deco bracelet made of sterling, rhinestones and pink glass cabochons. Is this collection worth appraising? --Barbara, Channahon, IlL A: I contacted several costume jewelry experts, and they seem to agree that the two pieces you listed are worth at least $100 each, perhaps much more. With that in mind and considering that there are other pieces in your collection, the answer is yes, it is worth appraising. There are two types of appraisals, verbal and written. The verbal appraisal is less expensive, but if you are having this done for insurance purposes, a written opinion is always best. Q: I have a fairly contemporary set of sterling flatware in the Cheryl pattern. What can you tell me about it? -- Susan, Santa Fe, N.M. A: Your flatware was produced by the Kirk Stieff Corporation, which began in 1815 as Kirk & smith. The Stieff Corporation acquired the Kirk family-owned company in 1979. Your pattern was introduced in 1962. ' 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 (/olume 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.