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8 The Julian News 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. It has been well maintained and lovingly enjoyed by the same family since it was built. $975K NORTH PEAK NORTH'PEAK RD 2BDI2.SBA This lovely mountain beauty, cedar 2 level house was built in 1995 by the current owners. It is located in the scenic gated community of Rancho Cuyamaca on a 2.5 acre parcel on North Peak. $349K JULIAN-OLD CUYAMACA RD - 25.4 ACRES (3 LEGAL PARCELS)/+OPTIONAL BDI2BA single owner custom built home. Close to town, 50+ fruit trees, cold stor- age room for fruit, metal roof, beautiful oaks &pines, screened in porch, many custom amenities. $660K July 17, 2013 Deborah J. Kerch REALTOR, RMS DRE License # 01441209 direct: 760-579-3716 dj@djkerch.com Stephen C. Kerch Broker/Owner CA DRE Lic #00551521 REALTY 760-765-1OOO 2526 Washington St., Julian, CA WYNOLA-MOUNTAIN SPRINGS RANCH 3 Homes on the property, 55 acres, abundant spring fed water. $1,395,000 PINE HILLS - PERA ALTA- 2+BD/2BA Rustic Hand Hewn Log Home on 1.85 acres. Master Suite Spa Room w/whirlpool tub and sauna. Outdoor deck with fireplace. $499K WYNOLA - CALICO RANCH - 6100+ sq ft. Must see! Executive home in the country, 16+ acres too many features to describe. $1,395,000 WYNOLA ESTATES - SPRINGVIEW RD - 2BDI2BA This uncomplicated home is just minutes from the Historic town of Julian. It was built in 1974 and has had only one owner. The property has been well loved and cared for over the years by its owner who was known for making free form metal sculptures from found or salvaged treasures. $329K Auto News (NAPSA)-Keeping your car running efficiently and modifying your driving behavior is the best way to improve fuel economy, the Car Care Council advises. It's "Be Car Care Aware" campaign promotes regular vehicle care, maintenance and repair. For a free "Car Care Guide," visit Www.carcare.org. Assurance Connected Care is a new program from Hyundai that provides free proactive safety and car care services for three years, including automatic collision notification, SOS emergency assistance, enhanced roadside assistance, monthly vehicle diagnostics reports and maintenance alerts. Learn more at www.hyundaibluelink.com. To help parents install and use car seats properly, Certified Child Passenger Safety Technicians are available through AAA offices, by calling (866) SEAT-CHECK or at www.seatcheck.org. Learn more at www.SafeSeats4Kids.AAA.com. To improve the life of your vehicle and impress prospective buyers, get reminders and alerts about upcoming service or open recalls on your car from www.mycarfax.com. The new myCARFAX app keeps track of your service history and information about recalls right on your smartphone. Underinflated tires pose a safety risk, waste fuel and cause premature tire wear, say the experts at the Rubber Manufacturers Association, which represents tire manufacturers in the U.S. Learn more at www. betiresmart.org and (202) 682-4800. PINE HILLS-AZALEA AV-3BD/3.SBA-Amazing Volcan views, BUSINESS OPPORTUNI FOR SALE Z 2007 Main Street- MOUNTAIN ........... GYPSY ione of Julian's shopping icons; 24 years of successful fine home finishes, mature trees, lovely landscaping. .... operation under the same ownership. This profitable store CALL NOW TO SEE $535,500 specializes in the sale of women's apparel. $75K plus inventory JULIAN ESTATES LOT - West Incense Cedar 4.91 acres Gated community, underground utilities. $199K JUI_IAN ESTATES LOT-West JULIAN HISTORIC DISTRICT- Incense Cedar 4.15 ACRES " PAYSON DR,3.37 western view Gated community, underground acres. $112K utilities. $199k HARRISON PARK- Harrison Parkl Rd 4.93 acre lot right on Hwy 79 & Harrison Park Rd. $120K OMC design: LEENA HANNONEN.com Historical Society Holding Annual Election and Pot-Luck Picnic Saturday - July 27 The Julian Historical Society's 1924 Cadillac Bus was the star of the show at the American Truck Historical Convention in Yakima Washington. The Bus was restored by the Motor Transportation Museum in Campo. The Bus made its' maiden appearance in this years Fourth Of July Parade. photo by Dick Hobson On Saturday, July 27th at 11am, the Julian Historical Society will hold their Annual Membership Meeting and Potluck Picnic at the lovely property of the David Lewis family (lots of parking area!). The property is located at 2431 Farley Road 2 1/2 miles west of Julian. Members and interested parties are invited. Iced tea & lemonade, glasses, utensils and paper goods will be provided. Bring your own lawn chairs. Potluck assignments are as follows: if your Last name begins with an A through H - Bring Salad, I through P - Bring Dessert, and Q through Z, - Bring Entree. Each year, three Board positions must be elected for a three year term. This year Board members: Judy Halliburton, Jan Mattias and Brian Steutel are up for re- election. Call Bob Beer (760) 705-0437 to enter additional nominations. The Julian Historical Society has regular presentations and membership meetings the fourth Wednesday of the month (except July) at 7 o'clock in the evening. Interested individuals are always welcome at these meetings. The Julian Historical Society is located at 2133 4th Street and is often open on weekends for tours of the available archives and viewing in the Motor Transport garage, which will soon house the bus. lifo 96 uicaon eaure an introduction by S.J. Perelman and Richard Rovere. It was so popular that several later editions by Larry Cox v followed. The first edition can be found in used bookstores for about $20. Clothes Sprinkler Q: My mom has an older clothes sprinkler bottle that features a ceramic cat design and is marked "Cardinal USA." She thinks it has been in our family for at least 40 years. The big question is if it has any value other than just a few dollars. --Kathy, Newto n, Iowa A: Before permanent-press fabrics, getting wrinkles out of freshly laundered clothing often involved sprinkling each piece with water, rolling it slightly to distribute the moisture and then putting it in the laundry basket for ironing. During the 1920s and well into the 1950s, sprinkling bottles were found in almost every American home, and some of these containers have become quite collectible. For example, several collectors I contacted think your "cat" sprinkler could be worth in the $150 to $250 range, depending, of course, on its condition. Q: I have a Sears, Roebuck and Company Consumer Guide Catalogue No. 104 dated 1897 from Chicago. Could this be of any value? -- David, Sun City, Ariz. A: In 1968, a facsimile edition of the 1897 Sears catalog was published by Chelsea House. I think this is what you have. The Q: I am enclosing a picture of a basket I purchased at a yard sale. I am curious about which Indian tribe made it. I also would like to know its approximate value. -- Brighton, Mich. A: I examined your picture, and think your basket was made fairly recently and in Mexico. These baskets generally sell for about $15 and can be found in most border towns. In my opinion, it is not an example of Native American work. Q: I have an irhpressive Barbie doll collection. I do not want to sell them, but would like to contact someone knowledgeable about current values. Can you help me? -- Beth, Sun City West, Ariz. A: Scott Gram is a member of the International Society of Appraisers and is a Barbie doll expert. The contact for Gram is sdgram@qwest.net. 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 sendany materials requiring return mail. One of the advantages of being disorderly is that one is constantly making exciting discoveries. -- A. A. Milne