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10 The Julian News Di i ea, Estatc Pro per CMana ement Matthew Pitman, broker, SRES - 1459 Hollow Glen Rd - cA BRE 1721750 OO0 Money isn't everything-but it's a long way ahead of what comes next. -- Edmund Stockdale Lovely home over-looking Lake Cuyamaca. This custom home skillfully combines clean modern lines with rustic treatments of wood, copper, sheet metal and bamboo. The 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. Offered at $367,900. Best Deal on the Mountain Exquisite, architect designed custom home with one of the finest panoramic views in all of Julian featured from every room. 3,300 sq.ft.,includes gourmet kitchen, 3 romantic fireplaces, private guest wing. 2.5 acres, spacious garage and workshop. Offered below replacement cost. Reduced to $699,000 North Peak: Spectacular Views[ 10 acres, well/tank, road and pad in. $184,000 Townsite: .65 acres, water in, septic layout $129,000 Townsite View: .99 acres $145,000 IN ESCROW- Harrison Park: 9.92 acres, well, elec. reduced $130,000 Pine Hills: 8.21 acres, view $160,000 SOLD - Pine Hills: 4.2 acres, well, septic in, view! $175,000 Pine Hills: 6.32 acres, $175,000 Historic District 3.97 acres, with well, cleared and park like with incredible views! $125,000. 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 bedrooms/3 ful baths, 2 car garage, studio guest house with full bath. Has been used as a weekend rental for many years. Located in the heart of Julian. $425,000 courtyard. Short Sale - $450,000 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 Panoramic View Lot in Pine Hills. Surveyed & Perc Test Completed. Proposed Septic Layout. Electric Nearby. $16o, ooo Usable 2.2 acre parcel with well, view and electricity. Price to sell at $109,000 Beautiful 10 acre Lot with incredible northwesterly views. Pad, well, tank, roads in, private. Must see to appreciate[ $184,000 by Bill ['ink The Times, Are Always As I sit in front of my typewriter, for me it will always be a typewriter albeit in a new electronic form, I've finished with the evening news highlighting the new protest in New York City about the failure of the Grand Jury to indict another policeman in the death of Eric Gamer. I have no comment today about the incident because, quite frankly I haven't followed it very closely. The city is tense, the protest crowds are large and once again the politicians and "civil rights" leaders are fueling emotions. What a great country! In America, if you have grievances you can be heard. At times, the cause may be a little off base but all in all when the cause is righteous the voice of the people will be heard. There have been a number of modern day protests that the "Time" website has called significant or one of the "top ten" protests in American history. Some of them I would have to say with tongue firmly planted in cheek, (I love and appreciate sarcasm) accomplished a lot and altered America. Not! They cite the Occupy Wall Street Movement, which accomplished (fill in the blank). And then there was the Anti Globalization Movement. Hey, one of the top ten in the Time list. What can I say? This country was not only founded on protest, our Constitution spells it out as a right that we Americans enjoy. So let's take a look at some of the significant protests in American history and what they did for America that the "behind the curve" political leaders could not. One of the early ones was the Boston Tea Party in 1773 where the tea drinking Americans hurled over forty tons of tea into Boston Harbor in protest of the taxes levied by the Brits. There was no American representative in Parliament, i.e. taxation without representation. Besides, smuggled tea from Holland, which was banned by law, was just as good and a lot cheaper. The Tea Party, a result of the Stamp Act, Townshend Act and Tea Act (all taxes on the colonies) led up to the Granddaddy of all Granddaddys of American protests, The Revolutionary War. Talk about impact, the under matched, under armed, poorly equipped American rag tag army took on "the" military monster of the day. It took blood and sacrifice but the Americans won their cause and set the tone for the American right of protest to form, shall we say, "a more perfect union". Shortly after the war the new federal government imposed a tax on distilled spirits. Farmers in the west, the west being western Pennsylvania in those days, distilled their corn and other grains into whiskey, which was so common that it became a currency of trade. Alexander Hamilton (Sec. of Treasury) initiated a program of taxes to pay war debts. The farmers of Western Pennsylvania resisted and protested violently at times in what is known as the Whiskey Proclamation it resulted in freeing of slaves in the south. In 1865 the 13th Amendment was passed ending slavery. This legislation is bigger than it appears because the allowance of slavery was a part of the Constitution. Of course the rebellion and secession of the southern states causing the Civil War rates right up there with the revolution as critical to the development of America. It set and enforced the principle that this is a nation, though made up of states with their own rights and governments, is indivisible from the federal body and increased the power of the federal government. The Women's Rights Movement beginning in the late 1840's resulted in suffrage for women in 1920. The movement made tremendous advances in the 1970's and has continued into present times. In modern times most can't believe it took America that long to give women the vote. Considering it took the progressive European country of Switzerland until 1971 before women achieved full suffrage and that women are still denied the vote throughout the world, America was ahead of the curve. The Temperance Movement actually began in the early nineteenth century with societies advocating the moderation of alcohol. It continued to gain traction' and resulted in passage of the 18th Amendment called the Vostead in 1920. It was repealed in 1933. The Labor movement in the 1930 was frequently violent, resulted in the rise of unions and fueled the fear of communism but led to the Fair Labor Act of 1938 that created the minimum wage, 40-hour workweek and many of the benefits working men and women enjoy today. The Civil Rights Movement of the mid 50's and early 60's was big. It was violent at times even thought the protagonists were peaceful. It created an upheaval in America. After marches and protests in the South and a quarter of a million people marching on Washington, it resulted in the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Voting Rights Act of 65. The anti-war movement of the 60's and 70's ended the Viet Nam War, toppled a Presidency and saw the rise of the counter culture and extreme political and social change. It seems to me that much of American protest and protesters were ahead of the curve while the government was slow in reacting to change. Hence the warning from a modern day poet. "Come senators, congressmen please heed the call Don't stand in the doorway don't block up the hall For he that gets hurt will be he who has stalled There's a battle outside and it is ragin' It'l soon shake your windows an~d rattle your walls For the times they are a-changin'." -- Bob Dylan Hear Ye! Hear Ye! It will be cold soon in San Diego and Veterans in need that are on the streets need some help. The Legion Auxiliary is headed to the VA hospital on December 15th and has need of coats, blankets, sleeping bags and other articles of warm clothing in good, clean condition. Collection of clothing is not going well, hence this plea. If you can help by bringing your items to the Legion this week it would be a kind gesture for those who served America. Call 760 765- 0126 for information. This Friday, for Legion members, the monthly open mic starting at 7 p.m. Re0e,,,on o,,,,, A, one 0o,n,I I 500 men formed to attack the ..... home of the Tax Inspector. Washington sent and led an army of 13,000 militia to put down the rebellion. The long- term result was that it affirmed that the federal government had the right and "ability to suppress violent resistance to its laws." The Abolition Movement began in the 1830s and by 1863 u der Lincoln's Emancipation (NAPSA)-ph360 is a new online wellness program that provides a personalized guide to the best food, fitness, environment and lifestyle for each person based on individual body measurements, family history and other health information. Visit for more information. December 10, 2014 The Warrior Foundation Freedom Station Annual Radiothon on 760 KFMB radio and channel 8 TV. last Friday garnered overa half million dollars in donations. That means that a lot of our wounded Service Men and Women will be given a ticket home to spend the holidays with family and friends. Additionally it will provide operating funds for the work that Warrior Foundation does all year long. The Foundation would like to thank the Julian Sons of the American Legion for their continuing support, the community of Julian for all the donations that they called in and the generous donation of pies and pastries by Julian Pie Company, Mom's Pies, The Candied Apple Bakery, The Rong Branch and Apple Alley. While the event is over, contributions are still being received by or you can make your donation directly to You may have tangible wealth untold." caskets of jewels and coffers of gold. Richer than I you can never be. I had a mother who read to me. -- Strickland Gillilan Embrace Your Beard continued from page 9 admitting to poking fun at friends who can't grow a proper beard, referring to them as "not manly enough." Whether you have patches or triple-colored whiskers, confidence is key during peak beard growing season. With the right tools, such as the ergonomically designed Schick Hydro 5 Groomer that has a razor on one end and adjustable power trimmer on the other, you can shave, hydrate, edge and trim your weird beard into a winter work of art. PPtORO ,1, Josie is a 1 year old spayed feline who weighs 91bs. A favorite of staff and volunteers, Josie is friendly, laid back, and affectionate. She enjoys being petted and brushed and will roll on her back when she is happy. Josie is an easygoing girt who also has a playful side and will make a wonderful companion. Meet her by asking for ID#A160.1986 Tag#C892. Josie can be adopted for $58. Bagheera is a 1 year old spayed Mastiff/Pit Mix who weighs 671bs. She is a social and friendly gal who adores everyone she meets. She loves to go for walks and walks politely on a leash. An oversized lap dog, Bagheera has the impression she is the size of a chihuahua and will attempt to snuggle up next to you. Meet this gentle giant by asking for ID#A1602471 Tag#C920. Bagheera can be adopted for $69. All adoption fees include vaccinations, spaying/neutering (upon adoption), a microchip and free Vet visit. Dog fees also include a 1 year license. Bagheera and Josie are at our Central County Shelter, 5480 Gaines Street, San Diego. The Shelter hours are 9:30AM to 5:30PM, Tuesday through Saturday or visff for more information. I I