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October 22, 2014 HOME SERVICES ..... C-ABNETRY,, :,,FRA,MiN-I - ...... ] ROOFING HOME REPAIRS ] SIGNS ARTWORK I CARPENTRY ' Grading & Demolition Bruce Strachota Grading, Demolition, Underground Utilities, Dump Truck, Excavation, Loader, Bobcat Rental, Rock & Base 52 elh 619-972-0152 POPE TREE SERVICE All Your Tree Service Needs Commercial Today ] begin to understand what love must be, if it exists... When we are parted, we each feel the lack of the other half of ourselves. We are incomplete like a book in two volumeY'of which the first has been lost. That is what I imagine love to be: incompleteness in absence. -- Edmond de Goncourt The Joy Of Old Books Books. Our family acquires them. We keep them. Most are recent but of the old ones the majority come from the Barnes/Hoover side of the family. The Skagen/Eads half probably had books as well but Ed Skagen rode the rails West from KentuCky in the Great Depression, a mode of travel not conducive to transporting a library of any size. The Hoovers and Barnes paid for their tickets, or so it appears, and brought at least a part of the libraries with them. There are the kids' books--Ozma of Oz, Billy Whiskers, Flower Fables and more, battered and loved through generations. There are adult novels and non-fiction. Some are up here in the house, some are down in the gallery in the barn, some are in the Guest Quarters over Richard and Beth's house. A trove of Zia's childhood companions are in a trunk in Ted's Shed. There is enough reading material to keep us through many winters. In several languages. The books need, on occasion, to be dusted off. Rare occasions... rewarding occasions.., a chance to renew old acquaintances and find new friends. There are occasional attempts to sort the books, discarding those that have outlived their usefulness (well, not manY but who heeds five Greek grammar books, let alone first grade books in Kiswahili) but it's hard to find many that might not be read, or reread, or referred to. or just looked at. None, alas, will bring fame or fortune or a spot on Antiques Roadshow. The oldest book seems to be a Methodist Hymnal, dated 1821. No music. A late 19th century Methodist Hymnal does have music, Bookplates, a custom sadly fallen into disuse, reveals a number of books originally belonging to FW Barnes in Nebraska. Another set, a series of romantic novels by Henrjk Sienkiewicz, a Polish writer of Victorian times, are inscribed "To Myrta from Pancho"....therein is probably a tale. Grandmother Myrta always maintained that Frank Estudillo, of the original Estudillo family, had been in love with her. "Pancho" is a diminutive for Francisco... or Frank. Hmmm. Probably Theodore Barnes was a far safer choice for marriage, probably from the point of view of both Estudillo and Hoover families, but one wonders what.., exactly.., happened and who said what at what point... Perhaps there is a novel in that long ago tale. And then there is the massive volume about Braque given to this writer by a young man... I think he stole it from a library some place. No novel there, he disappeared into the mists of time and semi-forgotten boyfriends. That went of the "get rid of" pile. There is great comfort in books. If the electricity goes out, the Kindle fails, the I-phone folds it will still be possible to curl up and open a volume that has been read before and will, one hopes, be read again. This is the security blanket of my generation. Not a bad one. San Diego North Citizen Corps Council FEMA and Department of Homeland Security by Diane Hake Community resilience requires the participation of community leaders from all sectors and the public. The local Councils are committed to strengthening community safety and preparedness through increased civic engagement and to developing goals and strategies tailored to specific community vulnerabilities and population. Congratulations and thank you to Johnny Hake, President - Julian; Sheri Rumble,Vice President - Fallbrook and De Luz; Ron Perry, Treasurer - Valley Center; and Rosalind Kovacs, Secretary - Shelter Valley. I will continue to manage the San Diego Teen CERT program. Johnny and I will maintain our positions as Julian Cuyamaca CERT/ Teen CERT Volunteer Coordinator and Program Managers and Instructors sponsored by Julian Cuyamaca Resource Center, Inc. Local areas served by San Diego North Citizen Corps Council are: Julian, Shelter Valley, Canebrake, Campo, Mt. Laguna, Escondido, Fallbrook, De Luz, Poway, Valley Center, San Diego, (92124, 92117, 92128, 92129, 92131), and growing fast. Since establishing the San Diego North Citizen Corps Council in October 2011 the commitment to address whole community issues is being realized nationwide. The Voluntary and Community Sectors include: Non-profit 501 C3 Voluntary/Community Organizations Active in Disaster (VOAD/ COAD) Civic Organizations (Rotary, American Legion, VFW) Volunteer Center Neighborhood/Community/Homeowners Associations Parent Teacher Associations Humane Society/Animal Advocacy Youth-Based Organizations and Youth Representative(s) Advocacy/Service Organizations for People with Disabilities and for the Frail Elderly Faith or Interfaith-Based Organizations and Places of Worship Community foundations The mission of the San Diego North Citizen Corps Council, is to promote and strengthen the Citizen Corps Council programs at the community level with opportunities for special skills/interests; opportunities for training in first aid and emergency preparedness; targeted outreach for the community, including special needs groups; special projects, regional drills and community events; cooperation and collaboration among community leaders; opportunities for all residents {o participate (everyone has a role and a responsibility). For additional information please go to: Contest Offers Cash Prizes To School Teams With Best App Concepts The Julian News 3 3 EASY CHOIC S JULIAN-CUYAMACA FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT MEMBER, BOARD OF DIRECTORS Vote for no more than Two C JACK SHELVER Retired City Manager ( KIRSTEN STARLIN Community Volunteer .. PATR|A LANDIS  Appointed incumbent RON BROWN Retired Truck Driver KEVIN C. DUBLER Retired Fire Chief C) JULIAN-CUYAMACA FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT MEMBER, BOARD OF DIRECTORS (Short Term) Vote for One ( HARRY C. ,'BUDDY" SEIFERT JCSD District Manager () BRIAN KRAMER Community Volunteer O Friends Of The Library Book Sale, Comes To Town This Weekend The Friends of the Julian Library will be having a book sale in th parking lot of Rabobank on Saturday October 25 and Sunday Octobe 26 from 10 - 4 pm or until all books are sold. The Friends of the library have been collecting books and hope to raise lots of money to continue to support the wonderful programs and activities put on by the branch. With funds raised, the Friends of the Library purchase new books and DVD's for your enjoyment. Please support the Friends by checking out the book sale in town on Saturday. If you are a Friend of the Library and would like to support by donating your time to assist in the set up-or break down, please contact Melanie Klikal FOL Bookstore coordinator. The telephone number of the Friends of the Julian Library Bookstore is 760-765-2239. Library staff will be present with special activities to augment the book sale. We look forward to seeing you there. Since the inception of the Verizon Innovative App Challenge, student teams have submitted more than 1,200 app concepts. Winning apps have been downloaded more than 15, 000 times. (NAPSA) - A national competition now in its third year is challenging teams of middle- and high-school students to develop concepts for mobile apps that can solve a school or community problem. The Verizon Innovative App Challenge will award eight Best in Nation teams cash grants of $20,000 to support STEM programs at their schools, and tablets for each team member. Winners also will learn how to turn their concepts into working mobile apps. The deadline for submission is Nov. 24, 2014; winners will be named in January 2015. To enter the challenge, student teams, working with a faculty advisor, identify a problem and propose a mobile app concept to address it. No coding experience or mobile devices are needed. A panel of STEM educators and corporate innovators will judge the app concepts. Prior winning apps enable the vision-impaired to navigate inside buildings independently; simulate chemistry experiments for classrooms that can't afford supplies; help reduce CO2 emissions through conservation education, and more. Contest rules, registration and additional in formation are available at VZAppChallenge2014. The App Challenge 'was launched in 2012 by the Verizon Foundation in partnership with the Technology Student Association, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Center for Mobile Learning @ The Media Lab, and Samsung Telecommunications America. It's open to teams from all public, private and parochial middle and high schools. Best in State winners will compete at the region level, and 24 Best in Region winners will vie for the Best in Nation awards. Make Every Day Your Personal Best. At home, work, school--or amid the beauty of North County, life's just better when you're the healthiest you can be. 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