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10 The Julian News May 20, 2015 Charming, simple home with clean lines and spectacular views. Located on 2.2 acres with uninterrupted views of the Cuyamaca Mountains to the the South. Independent living off the grid with a well and solar panels. Custom home with 1568 SF of living space, high quality insulated panel construction. $4,000 Quaint Pine Hills Cabin. Two bedrooms, a wood burning sf" nice lot with huge trees and ... prefect get-away place ,, A the mountains. ,:7 " Offered f .J, O00 Beautiful 10 acre Lot with incredible northwesterly views. Pad, well, tank, roads in, private. Must see to appreciate! $I,ooo by Bill Fink The Julian Dance And Back Country Barbeque 2015 You wouldn't know it by the weather we had last week but spring is about to bust out in Julian. With the start of one of Julian's great seasons comes the annual rite of "The Julian Dance and Back Country Barbeque." It's hard to believe but this annual event is in its ninth year. The first year the Sons of the American Legion sold eighty (yes 80) presale tickets. Today we've entered the electronic age, kicking and screaming at times, where most tickets are sold on-line. A lot has changed about "The Dance" which is a good thing. The things that have stayed the same are standing the test of time which is a great thing. The bottom line is that Julian's vendors and merchants have supported this event since its inception and the Sons of the American Legion have taken the funds and turned "The Julian Dance" into a bigger and better event. With the money they generate by bringing the community together as well as the folks from down the hill, the Sons are able to give back to the Julian community in more dollars each year. The chief beneficiaries are the children, schools, people and organizations in need and the Veterans who have served our nation. Julian's Sons of the American Legion work hard to put on this event as well as breakfasts, dinners and other events that benefit our View Parcel, 5 acres. Nice gently slopping parcel, good well, water storage tank, shed and pump house. There is a septic tank installed but the condition of the system is unknown at this time. A very good buy at $123,000 Genuine Historic Julian Home. This home built in 1899 is charming and unique. Perfect for someone who wants to be active in preserving Julian's rich heritage. 3 bedroo r ' 3 full baths, 2 car garage ,C, guest house with full bat ,,'_n used as a weekend r- .J.'many years. Located in *'s of Julian. $4 7., Harrison Park, 5 acre two 2.5 parcels with fabulous views of the Julian countrysides. Perc test and survey completed. Unique property with terrific potential. $120,000 community. We are proud that we are able to do this and we are grateful for our merchant and community support. We take the money we earn, as a serious trust to be frugal and wise. Some of the things that haven't changed about "The Julian Dance" is the beautiful venue at Menghini Winery and the food we serve. The SAL guys put out hundreds and hundreds of pounds of Santa Maria style tri- tip and chicken. The rub that starts days before is a recipe that's a closely guarded SAL secret so don't even ask. One thing you'll notice, NOTICE? more liked bowled over when you hit the parking lot is the rich smell of barbeque that's cooked on- site over an open oak flame. If you can't decide between beef or chicken you can always get the combo plate. Sandwiches are available and all the plates are finished with savory ranch beans and coleslaw. Just close your eyes and enjoy. Reserved tables are expanding this year with big banner sponsors being offered a reserved table for eight people for a slight upcharge. Not to exclude those of you that would like your own little party within the party, packages with entry tickets, reserved tables with food included for your party of eight are also available. Of course new banners and Wall of Honor Banners that honor a past or present Service Member are available. Call 760 571-0993 leave a message and someone will return your call and explain everything in detail. Another thing that hasn't changed is the great entertainment that has always graced the stage at the event. With the construction of the dance floor and the new stage under SAL's belt the decision was made to go big on the entertainment and this year there will be a couple of nationally known bands and a great six piece dance band from Orange County. Starting the show at 3 P.M. will be Shotgun Wedding. These guys and gal who are great country musicians from L.A. and Nashville will play country covers from all eras with the emphasis on tunes that will A RARE FIND! 3.97 Acre View Parcel. This parcel is situated within walking distance of town and is ready to go with electricity, telephone, shed and a well completed. Spectacular views overlooking the townsite with Vol- can Mountain beyond. Reduced to $99,000 Spectacular views from the building site on this 2.2 acre parcel. Electricity and well on the property. Seller moffvoted/ $109,000 Charming and immaculate, late model home located in the Gold Nugget Park. This 2644 SF modular has a fantastic view, sits on the edge of open space yet is within walking distance of everything in town. This is the nicest, affordable living space in Julian. $90,000 get you on the floor to dance. This six piece band will call the dances for you and get you going with 5,6,7,8. For videos of the band and their bios go to www. shotgunweddingtheband.com Next up at about 5:30 are the Freightshakers. These guys are pure "outlaw country" and they are fresh from being named best Outlaw Country Band in America at the Ameripolitan Awards in Austin, TX. Led by Gethin Jenkins' deep rich voice, they play originals and country covers. From the largest events to the honky tonks and bars in Europe and the U.S. these guys make fans wherever they go. I've seen them many times and they never fail to please. They're original, fun and rowdy, and make you want to get out there. They could headline any show and often they do. www. thefreightshakers.com Headlining the event though, is an internationally known country band that's coming out of Nashville to our little burgh. The Bastard Sons of Johnny Cash are led by singer/song writer Mark Stuart. They have roots in San Diego but their progression has led them to Nashville and to a friendship with Johnny Cash. Make no mistake, they are not a Johnny Cash tribute band but Cash liked them so much that he was a fan and endorsed the band as his namesakes. They play all over the world but couldn't resist the cause of the Sons and performing for us in Julian. www. bsojc.com The fabulous sound for the event is provided by Pro Sound and stage and dance floor lighting is by Julian's Dave Klumph. DJ Ron Taylor will be handling music all day when the bands aren't playing. The kid's area is back again with the Sons always keeping in mind that this is a family event. There's entertainment for them apart from the "Madding Crowd" till dusk but the kids get to take the stage in the "air guitar" contest that was a big hit last year. The event is for the kids but we get the occasional kid that's in their 30's or 40's so maybe we'll have a special category for them or maybe they'll just have to go against an eight year old. Cute and Clean. 2 bedroom  office, 2 bath, large lot. .,eat views of the Julian ce' 11Y.e " ". Excellent buy 9,900 Custom Home with terrific vie,' , 8.41 acres. 2 - 2 car gar-  .,,X,,o story. Well on Proper*' .)'Drick courtyard.  Short Sab %d, O00 Custom home over-looking Lake Cuyamaca, Floor to ceiling windows on the South and East sides provide natural light, spectacular views and an impressive passive heat source in the winter. Rare, oversized .58 acre lot, 2+ bedrooms, 2 baths, and an atrium style family room. Entertaining Oers: $337,900 - $367,900 Good luck. Tickets are $20.00 in advance and $25.00 at the door, kids ten and under, $5.00 for an event and music that will fill the entire day. When comparing prices to the Belly Up, or Humphrey's for even mid-week entertainment, The Julian Dance is a bargain. You can buy tickets at the Legion, Town Hall, or any of the SAL guys that are always combing the area. Of course tickets and information are available on line at www.juliandance.org. Parking at the event is free, first-aid is provided by CERT and there's an ATM available on site. If you're new to the area and haven't been to "The Julian Dance and Back Country Barbeque, check out the video on the web site. It will give you a good idea of what we do, why we do it and the hard work that gets it done. Not only that, but the money you spend comes back to the community in spades. Hear Ye! Hear yet. Monday, May 25th is Memorial Day and the American Legion will be conducting a ceremony at the Julian Cemetery at 11:00 A.M. This is an important event in America where we honor those that served. Families with children are highly encouraged to attend so that they can learn the important American traditions and honor those that served America. There will be a potluck lunch at the Legion following the ceremony. (NAPSA)--"The aftermarket offers an array of options or car and truck owners," reports Chris (B Kersting, president and CEO of the Specialty Equipment Market Association. To learn about prod- ucts and accessories to modernize your car or truck, visit www. semaignited.com. PETS OF THE WEEK Schnookems is a 5 year old spayed Hound/Pit Mix who weighs 601bs. She is the biggest love bug who wants nothing than to be with her people and receive pettings and belly rubs. Schnookems is great with all types of humans including kids! However, she needs to be your one and only dog. Meet this mellow, affectionate gal by asking for ID#A1626296 Tag#C124. Schnookems can be adopted for $35. Pony is a 1.5 year old neutered blue and white feline who weighs 101bs. He is a handsome guy with a mustache to match his gentlemanly personality. Look for him in the shelter's "zoo" lounging with his furry companions. Pony would do fine as a companion for your resident kitty or your one and only. Meet him by asking for ID#A1612624 Tag#C114. Pony can be adopted for $58. All adoption fees include vaccinations, spaying/neutering (upon adoption), a microchip and free Vet visit. Dog fees also include a 1 year license. Schnookems and Pony are at our Central County Shelter, 5480 Gaines Street, San Diego . The Shelter hours are 9:30AM to 5:30PM, Tuesday through Saturday or visit www.sddac.com for more information. by Larry Cox t, Flow Blue China Q: I have about two dozen pieces of Flow Blue in the Melbourne and Normandy patterns. I am downsizing, but when I contacted antique dealers in my area there didn't seem to be much interest. The few offers I got were less than what I originally paid. -- Peggy, Austin, Texas A: Flow Blue was introduced by Staffordshire, England, potters in about 1825 and remained popular for a century. The name describes the blurred or flowing effect of the cobalt decoration achieved through the introduction of a chemical vapor into the kiln. Oriental patterns were especially favored by collectors. Flow Blue still is collected, of course, but prices have slumped. A platter in the Regent pattern that might have sold for $400 a few years ago sells today for only half that. The antique and collectible market is always changing. I suggest you hold on to your pieces until if and when the market rebounds. A good source is the Flow Blue International Collectors' Club, P.O. Box 5427, Naperville, IL 50567; www.fiowblue.org. Q: I recently purchased about a dozen older fruit jars at a farm auction. Is there a price guide for them? I have several that are obviously old and might be rare. -- Carolyn, Davenport, Iowa A: As early as 1829, fruit jars were being manufactured for use in food preservation. At the last estimate, more than 4,000 fruit jars and variations were known to exist. One of the better guides is "1000 Fruit Jars Priced and Illustrated" by Bill Schroeder, published by Collector Books. It is $5.95 and is even available as an eBook. Collector Books can be ordered through its toll- free number, 800-626-5420. The guide is updated occasionally, and I believe accurately reflects the marketplace. *** Q: I have a membership card to the Jack Westaway Undersea Adventure Club. What can you tell me about it? I picked it up at a garage sale and paid $5 forit:: -- Steve, Littleton, Colorado A: During the 1930s, the Jack Westaway Undersea Adventure Club was sponsored by Malt- O-Meal. The club badge was shaped like a diving helmet. According to auctioneer Ted Hake, your membership card is worth between $20 and $100, depending, of course, on condition. 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@ aol.com. 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) 2015 King Features Synd., Inc. l00ot, Z 1. Who was the last Red Sox left-handed pitcher before Jon Lester in 2014 to have 12  strikeouts and no walks in a 9ame? 2. In 1970, the New York Yankees had one 20-game winner, which was the only time this pitcher won 20 games during his 11-year career. Name him. 3. When was the last time before 2013 that Rice's football team won an outright conference title? 4. In 2014, Paul Pierce became the sixth player in NBA history to tally 1,000 points in 15 consecutive seasons. Name four of the first five. 5. St. Louis' Jay Bouwmeester played in 737 consecutive NHL games before being sidelined in 2014. Who holds the NHL record for most consecutive games? 6. Team Penske drivers have won 15 Indianapolis 500 races. Who was the first of the 15 to do it? 7. As of the 2015 Australian Open, how many Grand Slam singles titles have the Williams sisters won? continued on page 14 t