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October 26, 2011 FISHING REPORT News from Lake Cuyamaca No Report This Week 0 As Heard On The Streets Of Jqlian by Eric Stamets Occupy Julian You've certainly heard by now of the apparent "be in" called "Occupy Wall Street" and the many other cities where they are doing the same thing, because the participants don't have enough money to fly to New York. It sounds like great fun and if you were a young man, it would be a cool way to spend some time playing guitar and meeting women liberal in all ways since you didn't have a job anyway. People have been asking me if I think that the Occupy movement might even spread to Julian. We'll if you haven't noticed, it's. been going on for several weeks now. They seem to be doing it in shifts since it's so far from home. There's always a couple of them occupying the benches on the town hall porch and usually a group of them at the base of the stairs hanging around. On weekends more show up and they seem to be quite well organized because they will form themselves into a single file line, like soldiers. Julian's bank has not been a site of any protests because they say, "What the hell is a Rabobank". Itwas interesting to note that it was being explained to a big shot New York banker with a cigar, that some occupiers had no money at all and were surviving on handouts and he replied, "Let them eat pie". Foods to Fight, Breast Cancer 1. Carrots 2. Green Tea ?gg, ] 3. Apples %Ig I 4. Fiber i 5. Omega-3 oils 6. Flaxseed. r 7. Walnuts 8. Pomegranate 9. Broccoli #' 10. Low-glycemicp foods ,, [ Source: Fight Now k00indy Brook HOmemade Suet Rhonda from Maine wrote looking for a peanut butter suet recipe. Here's a simple one: melt suet, add peanut butter, corn meal and white or whole-wheat flor. Mix it up. Let cool. Visit http://baltimore- for more recipes. Thanks for writing, Rhonda! }?.-mail: bird! 2011 King Features Syndicate, Inc. Call: (760) 765-1111 RiekDyer #o1419334 Apple Tree Realty and Polo Properties arc affiliated residential Real Estate Brokerage companies' license #(X)571248 IN BUSINESS OVER 33 YEARS. SAME OFFICE LOCATION SINCE 1992 4367 Hwy 78 P.O, Box 484 Julian CA 92036 2 3 1. Charming Julian Castle Stunning & beautiful 1,335 Sq Ft 3BD 3BA property, .17 Acres. 9 Ibm ceilings, fire sprinkler system, solid cherry hardwood floors and dental crown molding, fabulous Gourmet kitchen with granite counter tops, formal dining, laundry room, propane burning stove; Closets are customized by California Closets. Separate guest suite downstairs, incl kitchenette. Seconds .a way from Dov11 Town. The house and all the appliances are energy efficient, security system, heating and air, auto irrigation and the list goes on! Offered at $399,000. 2. Purchase your own Private Ghost Town Over 5,000, total coverage, new roof, 1.5+Acres, up to 5 BD, 2BA, built-in redwood spa in Master BD, Two beautiful gudst houses, Big Barn for up to 8 car garage & workshop, covered RV Parking, private swimming pool, observation deck, beautiful gardens with auto irrigation, kno, pine kitchen, authentic 1800's parlor wood stove + antique doors, front 2/3 completely fimced, electric gate, green house, wine cellar, room for horses and corals!. Originally $245,000. REDUCED Now $199,000. 3. NEW BANK OWNED HOME Built in 2007 3BR, 2BA, 1,380 sq. ft. on 1.9 Acres. This property has beautiful wood laminate floors, open kitchen, circular drive way, Jacuzzi in master bedroom, two thll bathrooms, big deck on flue front of the house with panoramic back countD' views. Originally $199,900. Emaih For More Photos & Information Go To: by Larry,Cox u, Wee Forest Folk Q: My wife and I own a collection of "Wee Forest Folk," about 200 figurines and most in excellent condition. I do not have a computer but need to know how much they are worth. -- Harry, Sun City, Ariz. A: "Wee Forest Folk," a collection of miniature figurines, was introduced by Annette Petersen in 1972. The first was Miss Mouse (M-001) and originally sold for .$8. The 760 765 1020 ULIAN fESTERYE,AR For tree planting info, go m: "' K:, Depending on your location, .,g '. fall is a good time for On , f" planting trees, as they need time to root and acclimatize before the onset of the freezing temperatures of ., winter. In the southern United ", States, however, which do not experience a n intense winter, , ' -- ,_ planting can take place -, /.._.  during the winter months. .,.= Source: 2011 by King Features Syndicate. Inc. World rights reserved. 4 5 ? 6 , Overlooking Cuyamaea Lake! .28 Acres- LAND Framed home pictured (above) burned down in 2003 Cedar Fire. Pad is cleared and clean. Property includes original house plans & Septic cert. Property has septic, water & eleetriei, .... Originally listed at $139,000. Now $46,000. 5. Beautiful French Victorian Executive Home, Enjoy this secluded 1,782 SqFt 3BD 2.5 BA property, It is heavily treed on 2 level acres. Fabulous (iourmet kitchen & formal dining, lluge rock fireplace, fenced, Wrap around covered wood decks, giant master with Bs and sitting areas, detached extra 24'x30' RV parking style house plus guest house/gardgeAvorkshop, en:losed RV pro'king with 12' high automatic rollup door and separate driveway. Originally $399,000. REDUCED Now $349,000. 6. I Acre - LAND Panoramic Views Beautiful View Property in Cuyamaca Woods. Includes Water Meter to building site and Septic is in. Home pictured was lost in 2003 Fire. This parcel has potential for re-build status with Count)' Building Department. Blanket perk for 3 bedroom 2 bath. Completed house plans. NOW $170,100. PRICE REDUCED! Was $59,000. Now $44,900. company, based in Carlis[e, Mass., had released more than 400 different pieces by the time it reached its 25th anniversary in 1997. Made from molds of original clay sculptures by Annette and her'son, William, and daughter, Donna, most were usually no taller than 1 1/2 to 2 1/2 inches. Current prices are Miss Mouse (1972), $8; Market Mouse (1978), $8; Miss Mouse with Straw Hat (1972); $8; Wood Sprite (1978), $8; and Two Tiny Mice (1979), $7.50. A company that sells Wee Forest Folk is EmersonOs Gift Shoppe, 138 W. Bonita Avenue, San Demas, CA 91773. With .the present sluggish economy, "instant" collectibles are becoming more and more difficult to sell. Q: I have a complete set of 1919 National Geographic magazines in good to excellent condition. Are there are any The Julian News 11 any of these advertisements. If you do, you might be able to sell those issues to a Coca-Cola enthusiast. Q: I have a Big Ben alarm clock with a broken spring and can't seem to find anyone in my area who can repair it. Can you provide me with any inform.ation? -- Norbert, via email A: Repairing your broken alarm clock might cost more than it's worth. I found a reproduction 1949 Big Ben alarm clock for $39.95. It is available through the company catalog, item No. 42548. The address and phone number are P.O. 6998, Rutland, VT 05702-6998; and (802).776- 5710. 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@ Due to the large volume of mail he receives, Mr. Cox is unable to personally answer all reader buyers interested in these? questions. Do not send any materials -- Bonnie, Sioux Falls, S.D. requiring return mail. 2011 King Features Syndicate, Inc. A: There isn't much of a market for National Geographic magazines published after 1900. As with most collectibles, there are always exceptions. For example, during the early years of the past century, Coca-Cola occasionally advertised in the publication, and many of these ads are desirable to collectors. In 1916, 55 percent of the cars in Look through your magazines the world were Model T Fords, a from 1919 to see if you have record that has never been beaten. t Tree , 7. Beautiful Julian Home Charming beautiful house located in Ken'ood area, 704 sq. ft. IBD, ILarge Loft, IBA, .25 Acres. Fully furnished, perfect for mountain living, real knotty pine walls throughout, stairs to large loft room sleeps 6 easily, new wood burning stove, open kitchen with eat-in space, large (586 sq. ft.) Trex Decking-, huge covered wood patio, laundo , room is in basement, circular driveway with lots of parking, bigees & pines, Great Condition! Originally Listed at $239,000. NOW $209,000. 8. 10.6 Acres Land Lake Front Property Beautifill panoramic view of mountains easy access from Hwy 76, 10.6 acres overlooks Lake Henshaw, Warner Valley, Palomar Mountain, Hot Springs Mountain and more! Two Great starts on building pads. both with SDGE power poles, phone near, plus engineered septic layout. Several varieties of oak plus GREEN YEAR- ROUND! Offered at $160,000. 9. 3.33 Acres- LAND Panoramic Views. Beautiful Property in Cuyamaca Woods. Solar panels, Septic & leach lines are in. Price includes beautiful $40,000. MINT CONDITION RV unit w Corian counter tops. Original home destroyed in 2003 Cedar Fire. Blanket perk for 3 bedroom. Original well production 30 GPM. Water to building site, circular driveway. Originally $244,500. Reduced to 596,400. Open House At Tea Cottage Come help us celebrate the 17th annual open house of Julian Tea and Cottage Arts and take advantage of a 20% discount on holiday items and a 15% discount on regularly priced merchandise. It all begins this Friday, October 28th, from 4:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. and continues on Saturday from 10:30 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. at Julian Tea and Cottage Arts located at 2124 Third Street, one block off Main Street in Julian. Enjoy sampling holiday food selections and seasonal teas. The Tea Cottage was founded in 1995 as a retirement project for Edie Seger and grew rapidly into a full-time job. She is especially pleased by the number of guests who've become Iongtime repeat customers. Just as gratifying to her are the many friends who've become employees at the Julian Tea and Cottage Arts and have worked so diligently to make it a success. This Fridays "special discount" is her way of saying thank you to all the loyal, local patrons (see the ad on page 5). "We appreciate and thank our many long time customers for their patronage and hope they will join us in the festivities." Unique and Old Fashioned I Collectibles Girls "l Local Music Wall Art "1 Candles. Soaps l. . I in Wynola Farms Marketplace 4470 Highway 78 I o I