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2012 760 765 1020 ULIAN (E 3TERYEAR00 IUnique and Old WE'VE MOVED Back To Town Upstairs in Cole Bldg. Downtown Julian - Cole Bldg. 2111 Main Street- Up Stairs Cruzin" With The Julian News Mary Lou Jones, Gretchen Brown, Laura Dunkel and Marcia Morris joined about 100 other Sit & Fit exercise class buddies for a cruise to Catalina Island and Ensenada, Mexico. The four day cruise was organized by Matt Kreamer of the Julian Fitness Center. Trail-er Blazing With The Julian News Three Julian residents at the lntage Trailer Rally in Pismo Beach. It was held May 18-20. There were 240 vintage trailers in attendance. above: Brad Romaine and Jackie Long with their 1956 Benroy Teardrop: below: Brad Romaine II with his 1947 Modernaire Teardrop. PROFLAM E Serving The Community We Live In For Over 60 Years Comm ooo Residential Payment Options GASCheck + r, wroPam Trained B,/I COUNCIL 24 Hour Emergency Service Nicki Gets Her Wings The Julian News 7 Oscar Frederick Escalante November 1, 1920 - May 18, 2012 On May 16, 2012, Nicole Tucker, a 2003 graduate of Julian High School and a graduate of UC Santa Barbara, added another graduation to her list. She graduated from US Airways Flight Attendant School. She was honored to have her "wings" pinned on by her mentor and good friend Linda Ross, a 43-year flight attendant for American Airlines. Nicole will be based in Phoenix. She is the daughter of Chuck and Aida Tucker of Cuyamaca. Our humble patriarch Oscar was born in Los Angeles, CAto Gilbardo and Clotildea Escalante. He was the youngest of 4 children. He grew up in National City and graduated from Sweetwater High School in 1940. He became a member of the National Guard Reserves and later enlisted in the U.S. Army. He was a medic in World War I1. And a member of Julian American Legion Post 468. He met the love of his life, Mary Emilia Sanchez in 1941. They were married on Oct. 24, 1942 and spent 62 beautiful years together building a foundation for the legacy they were to leave behind. Together, through unconditional love and patience they learned to appreciate the simple things life had to offer. Their union resulted in 7 children, 26 grandchildren; 24 great grand children, and 1 great, great grandchild. He drew his last breath peacefully in the early morning hours of Friday May 18th, 2012 with his seven children and many of his grandchildren and great grandchildren at his side. Memorial and internment at Glenn Abby, for further info contact (619)498-4600. Music At The Marketplace June 3rd: Paul Cruz June 10th: Nancarrow June 17th: Dusty and the Lovenotes The 3 90th Memorial Museum located in Tucson, Arizona, is preserving the legacy of Worm War II airmen. For more information on the museum, to make a donation or tell your story, visit www.390th.org. Since AARP and AARP Foundation launched Drive to End Hunger last year. the initiative has donated more than 6. 6 million meals to older. Americans at risk of going hungry. Last year, Chase contributed $1.6 million to AARP Foundation for the cause. For more information, visit www.aarp crediteard, com. If you work at a computer, the experts at the National Eye Institute recommend giving your eyes a 20/20/20 break. Every 20 minutes, look about 20feet in front of you for 20 seconds to reduce eyestrain and fatigue. For more information, visit www. nei. nih.gov/ healthyeyes. 765-0130 Ben Sulser, District Manager II by Larry Barbie Doll Q: I have one of the first Barbie do/Is issued. I would like to sell it. -- Carol, Albuquerque, N.M. A: As with most collectibles, issue date and condition are absolutely vital in determining the value of Barbie dolls. For example, "mint condition" means the doll has never been out of the original box, the coloring is bright and the hair perfect. It also means, of course, that it features the original wardrobe. A rule of thumb dictates that to price out- of-the-box dolls and accessories, deduct 50 percent of the book value for slightly played-with dolls. One of the best authorities is Lois Berger, 2323 Lincoln St., Beatrice, NE 68310. Paul David also is a dealer who publishes a Barbie newsletter and might be able to help you. His contact information is 610 Blackwater Road, Chillicothe, OH 45601. Keep in mind our sluggish economy, and when contacting any of the sources mentioned in this column, always enclose a self, addressed, stamped envelope. **w Q: I have a planter and ashtray Ide marked "Horton," but I can't find by the company listed in any of my Mo reference books. By the designs, $2 I suspect both pieces are from ha., the 1950s. for -- Beth, Covingtonl La. fea A: I suspect you might be res right. Horace and Gall Horton vin established their ceramic of i company in Eastland, Texas, on following World War I1. It was sold in 1961. Typical prices Fe are window-ledge planter, $15; 53 ashtray with horse-head design or in brown, $10; and vase in coral ao blue, $50. of Ceramics from smaller, un rea regional companies are always ma fun to find because they often refl.=ct the area where they were mate. The Horton ieces that I've seen are often qestern in the ne. (: I recently inherit{ d a Buddy L. Baggage trunk from the 1920s. Hov much is it worth [ --Brad, Longont, Colo. ,: You might begin your search by investing in AntiqUe Trunks: ntification and Price Guide, Linda Edelstein and Paul Pat rse (Krause Publications, .99). This excellent reference a complete price guide some 100 trunks and ures information about both Ioration and refinishing of :age trunks. It has hundreds lustrations and should put you the right track. Vrite to Larry. Cox in care of King ttures Weekly Service, P.O. Box ;475, Orlando, FL 32853-6475, ;end e-mail to questionsforcox@ com. Due to the large volume mail he receives, Mr. Cox is ble to personally answer all der questions. Do not send any terials requiring return mail. @ 2012 King Features Syndicate, Inc. t"', "":, .............. i,.i::, + !r:, ,: ::':: ,: : , ,, ., ::  !!ll   i'l:  ll!t! :! ..... I::l:!:[::!l :::il]]lllll i,- -._