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September 21, 2011 Carla Marie Hind April 3, 1935 - September 11,2011 Carla Hind, 76, of Julian passed away suddenly from a heart attack on September 11, 2011. Carla Marie Barker was born on April 3rd, 1935, in Los Angeles, California. She was ............ a fourth generation Californian, and liked to tell stories about her pioneering great-grandfather, Obidiah Truax Barker. Carla was the daughter of Lawrence and Josephine Barker, and was raised in Arcadia, California. Carla attended Polytechnic Elementary School in Pasadena, and the Katharine Branson School in Marin County, California. Her first two years of college were at UC Berkeley, and she graduated from UCLA with a degree in Business Administration. Carla met William Hind in 1957 and they were married on Valentine's Day, 1958. They moved to San Marino, where they produced four children. Carla and Billy divorced in 1966. Carla was an avid gardener, a talented quilter, and an amazing cook. She loved animals and always allowed her children to house a variety of furred, feathered and scaled creatures. In her younger years, Carla enjoyed entertaining people and was quick to invite to dinner whoever was at the house that night. Her house was the gathering place for all of her children and their many friends. Carla was known as "the cool mom" to her kids' friends, always available to lend a shoulder to cry on or a sympathetic ear to their never-ending teenage dilemmas. After her children had all gone off to college, Carla moved to Julian, where she lived the last 25 years of her quiet and peaceful, life. She continued to garden, quilt, listen to books, and enjoy the beauty of nature from her sunny back deck. Carla was preceded in death by her parents, her sister Elizabeth, her brothers William and Lawrence, and her youngest son, Daniel. She is survived by her four children, Lawrene (Tom) Bottorf, Sherie Maddox, Brad (Wendy) Hind, Margot (Dave) Pierotti, her sister, Lawrene Kovalenko, and numerous nieces and nephews. She was "Grandma Carla" to Julia, Fabian, Holly, Camille, Kira, Maile, Will and Allie. She was a great-grandmother to Waverly. She is also survived by her long-time friend and companion, Dave Johnston. A memorial service will be held on Saturday, September 24 at the Julian Meadow View Inn, 2323 Farmer Road, at 10:00am. To reduce cost and dependence on foreign oil, the Department of Defense will get half its energy from renewable sources. This, explains Brent Erickson of Biotechnology Industry Organization, "can reduce the number of combat forces necessary to protect supply lines." Learn more at BIOtech-NOW.org. / / I /+ / [ + moo HOT ONLY DID The Julian News 7 Live in Julian. Shoo in Julian Business Spotlight: The Blue Heron -- Garden Shop & Gallery Joan Dawkins has owned and operated The Blue Heron since 2005. It is a family run business, both of her daughters help run the business. The shop is located next to the Julian Tea Cottage at 2116 3rd Street. They are open Friday thru Monday from 11am to 4pm and give a 10% local discount to non-consignment items. I had never been in this quaint little shop until recently and I really liked the atmosphere. There's a little garden out front with plants for sale and a small walkway. On the porch she has plants, plant stands and garden art for sale. Inside there are two rooms decorated with framed garden art, collectables, trellises and furniture, mosaic pottery, some fertilizers and insecticides and wonderful gifts for gardeners. In the fall they carry a large variety of packaged daffodil bulbs. Items on consignment are tnade locally by local artist and include willow trellises, the Secret Shopper photos, ceramics and paintings. Stop in and check them out if you are a gardener or looking for a gift for a gardener, you won't be disappointed.. Wynola Pizza, A-Listed Again Sebine and Harry Homer and the crew at Wynola Pizza for the second year in a row came out number 1 in channel lO's annual popularity contest known as the A-List. Voted by patrons and friends the BEST Italian, they had also been nominated in the Best Romantic Restaurant, Best Live Music Venue, Best International Cuisine, Best Neighborhood Bar categories. The only other Julian establishment to make the list was the Menghini Winery which was # 5 in Best Wineries San Diego Kids, teens, and adults are invited to explore literature, writing, and entertainment at the third annual San Diego County Library Book Festival. The Festival, which is free and open to all, is taking place Saturday, October 1, 10:00 am - 6:00 pm, at the Encinitas Branch, 540 Cornish Dr. One of this year's headliners is New York Times bestselling author Lisa See, who will be signing and speaking about her latest novel, Dreams of Joy. Other keynote speakers will include Gotham Chopra, co-author of The Seven Spiritual Laws of Superheroes; Kim Barnouin, co- author of the Skinny Bitch series; Zohreh Ghahremani, the Iranian- American author of Sky of Red Poppies; Ellen Hopkins, award- winning author of seven young adult novels including Crank, Glass, and Fallout; and Deborah Halverson, author of Writing Young Adult Fiction for Dummies and founder of the writer's advice County Library Book Festival website DearEditor.com. The Book Festival also features . panels of local authors, including panels for mystery, local history, non-fiction, and audio book authors. Entertainment will include a performance by Peter Sprague, who has enchanted audiences at the Julian Library at our Music on the Mountain concert series; Clint Perry & The Boo Hoo Crew; the Cash Cats (a Johnny Cash tribute band); and the winner of the County Library's Battle of the Bands competition. " "The San Diego County Library Book Festival is one of our most . popular events," said Library Director Jos4 Aponte. "Our goal is to connect the community of San Diego with literature, culture, and a transformational learning experience." Among the many other local authors scheduled to appear will be Chef Bernard Guillas, Marine Room chef and local author of Flying Pans; Greg Evans, creator of the comic stri p, Luann; and Bette Pegas, whose memoir, Chasing a Dream in the Galapagos: A Personal Evolution, united her two passions of writing and nature. This year the Book Festival will have a local connection for Julian residents, since our own David Lewis will be one of the featured panelists! David will be on the local history panel, which will meet at 12:00 pm. He is well-known around Julian for his extensive research into Julian history, and is the author of Last Known Address, which gives detailed information about past residents buried at the Julian Cemetery. Also participating at the Festival this year will be Julian libra'rian, Colleen Baker, who will be a moderator on the mystery panel at 10:00 am. This will be an exciting event for all ages, and there will be something for everyone. For more information, please visit the County Library website at www. sdcl.org. r+ Jr+ + C i Yek!'ve cared for our community by disposing of your used oil conectly. 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