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August 6, 2014 Local.E erience Since 1988 * Tree Consulting and Inspection * Long Term Forest Maintenance and Planning * Hazardous Removal and Precision Felling * Ornamental Pruning and Lacing * Brush Clearing and Chipping FREE ES TIMA TES NOW Open at 5am WEEKDAYS Licensed and Bonded Fully Insured for Your Protection ERIC DAUBER H: 760-765-2975 C: 760-271-9585 PC Box 254 JULIAN, CA. 92036 WE-S690A License #945348 Julian Arts Guild Artist Of The Month - Bill Duffy Bruce Strachota Grading, Demolition, Bill Duffy is the Artist of the Month at the Julian Library for the Underground Utilities, Dump month of August. Bill was born and raised in Highland Park, Illinois, Truck, Excavation, Loader, and educated at Bradley University in Peoria, Illinois, the American Bobcat Rental, Rock & Base Academy of Art in Chicago and the School for Lettering and Design $2 in Chicago. He held a number of positions including sixteen years as Vice President of 1st National Bank of Highland Park (PR and Marketing) for sixteen years, package design at James Mathews & ............... //Co., Commercial art at Franzen Studio, and various aspects o! design 'Yl at Artists Three. After Bill moved to California 1995 and retired' cell: -619-912-01,5,2 he worked in the fine arts full time. He began showing at various galleries in Spanish Village at Balboa Park and after 1998 had his r. ...... . ............ own Studio (Studio 26) there for eight years. Bill moved to Sunshine I AQUATREK WATER SAMPMNG SERVICE I Summit several years ago and now shows at Julian Art Guild Shows Oo For the health and safety of you and your family, I (") Remember to have your well water tested at least once a year. I and in various shows and locales in and around San Diego. Bill does landscapes, portraits, animals and still life in oils as well as children's I ~P=~,107 I * Public Water System Sampling & Courier Service I portraits in pencil. I ResidentiaISampling/GPM/Pressure/p. I Bacteria/Nitrates/Iron/All Types of Tests II I * Certified T-l/D-1 Tech u . _ * AII Testing by Certified LabII Because Mal Jane the Territorial Legislature, and a I ,, -,, . _ . * Results in 7 Days on Most Tests "u OF' t ' Fell ' publisher of the Arizona Gazette and Arizona Democrat. This is iwww.P'qua/rekSampling.cOrn Owned & Operated in Julian Eniresg/30/]4" I continued/roTpage 1 starting to sound like a western i (760)765-4200 LOCAL DISCOUNT FOR JULIAN AREA RE.SSIDEN21 no clever words at the ready, movie. mmm m n m m m m mmm mmm m m m m m n m No doubt the laborers exchanged knowing glances. The boss looked as off balance .... ........ ' - " as the girl was when she fell. 3iUNSON AND MUNSON YARDWORK JOSEPH MUNSON I-tI I C)lx Make Yi,-ur Problc'm.s " .... ' "' t{,,x 12 5 21fi sterth, myoi 92 ut ]uliml, CA 92036I 760-765-20,M JULIAN GRADUATES WORKING TO KEEP JULIAN BEAUTIFUL O WOODWORK/NG : Furniture, Repaired, Rehabbed, Refinished Chairs, De-Wobbled, Re-Caning and Rush Custom Furniture, Built-Ins, Interior Trim Woodworking Tools and Equipment It is just such happenstance that diverts infinitely our destinies. Sam's father, G.W. Webb, had acreage up toward Cedar Glen Camp, uphill from Sam. Their boundaries are known exactly from Pre-emption Book 5, County Records. So, where exactly did Sam live? We know he and his father were lumbermen, and the mines needed that. My guess is Sam had a sawmill on Jim Green Creek right by that S-turn in Wynola Road as it drops down to Wynola (south and west portions of section 30). Sam had a separate recorded pre-emption. Pre-emptions, like homesteads, were surveyed federal land grants to settlers, from which present land titles derive. Their toll road was soon surveyed, beginning at Julian's main road crossing and ending Sam was P_art of a 3-man osse under famed" lawmah Jeff Milton, formed to bring in the stage-robbing Brofico Bill Gang. Bronco Bill-became a much better person after having his right harm shot off and a few years behind bars. There is a book about his gang. Both Sam and fearless younger brother George worked with Jeff Milton to fight smugglers at the border and enforce customs and immigration laws. Smuggling of Chinese workers was a problem at that time. Sam and Mary Jane had twelve children of which seven reached adulthood. No life, of course, is free of grief. The oldest son, also a newspaper publisher, was killed in a blasting accident in a Sonora mine he operated together with Sam. He suffered terribly and died before they could reach the mine and have a box made. One of the children, "Little Sammy," kept the body wet with lime water to preserve it for a proper burial Buy Sell Trade Woodworking Instruction . at the old "Camino de la Sierra" in Nogales. in Viejas. Sam s father, a contractor, By appointment - at my Julian workshop i Shown along the road are the miner, doctor and preacher, or your home. i Stonewall Mine, Mulkins, Harper, suffering ill health, shot himself. [ Cll ' i and Trimmer" An earlier segment Her wn father' Jhn Miller' sht a through cuyamaca had been himself in the head with a Henry ,!! Z]" ) graded in 1857 by Indians under repeating rifle- Since he had only 7,6-0.2 James Lassitor. They were paid continued on page 5 ........ in dark cloth and liquor. That road and Webb"s toll road were "Serving the Community of Julian" chartered by county supervisors. GATED, SECURE STORAGE SITES -- FULLY ENCLOSED YARD Working for his father, Sam INDUSTRIAL/BUSINESS SITE FOR MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT STORAGE was the crew boss who got the Outside Storage-Trailers, Boats, Cars, RV's job done. Read all about it in the Unit Sizes - 5x10, 10x10, 10x15, 10x20, 1Ox30 Daily Union 6/17/1871, 3/16/1872, iates Open 7 Days 7a.m. to Dark Office- M-F 9 to 4 closed Sat & Su and county records. The newspaper was "unhesitatingly in favor of Mr. Webb's road," since it 3582 Highway 78 atNewman Way "saved 19 miles" and they urged its adoption "as a county mad." It Fax became route 79 and drew mine 765-2797 traffic away from San Pascual. Sam and Mary Jane were Fire Journal married in 1875, and in the continued from page 2 Yet if I can see what's happening, following year they drove 400 I'll know what to do. That's why, head of cattle.over the mountains and desert to Fort Yuma. Julian right there, and then gunning it to if I can and if it's safe to do so, clear the next ridge. I'll make the effort to go look. Sandoval, then mayordomo of Another Bell showed up, And what did I see after about 45 Volcan, had done likewise back in 1853. Unlike Sandoval, they with a suction hose. Now two minutes? Very little smoke. And chose to stay in the Arizona helicopters hitting the hotspots. I calmed down. While walking .Territory to operate a stage More neighbors showing up. home, I knew that ground crews station. Sam gotonthe rightside Talking. Exclaiming. Smoke would be working all night long. of the law as customs inspector. diminishing, and as the smoke And I had a good night's sleep. In 1880, Sam's father and diminished my nerves calmed. Thank you, to all of you who brothers followed them to Whenever this kind of scenario allowed me restful slumber. While Arizona, where they invested happens, I always get a slight drifting offto sleep, lremembered heavily in the Gila Bend Canal. anxiety, mildly nervous, not so manytimes when there would Sam became a prominent knowing what's going to happen, be no sleep, rancher in Phoenix, Speaker of The Julian News 3 CONtE N EET & GREET tTAFF & CONV NITY E4ABERt ALIGU T 201N S TO P/iA FOR A/ ORF. INFOR ATtON 1.4 Gathering Place for Coffee, Good Eats and Friends OPEN DAILY I Weekdays - 5am to 5ish Weekends - 7am to 5ish L Julian News In France Local artist Marge Rubenson, recently returned from a trip to France and while there had an encounter with a mime, who held her captive on his lap, until the photo was taken. It also served as some fun entertainment for others passing by. She toured and explored the "'Plus Beaux" villages in the Dordogne region. The "'Bastide" towns of southwest France are a growing tourist attraction, and comprise one of the largest collections of well-preserved mediaeval townscapes to be found anywhere in Europe. Obviously, the built environment of the more important bastides has been significantly modified since mediaeval times, but in many of the more rurally sited bastides, the layout of streets and buildings has remained virtually unchanged for over six centuries, if not longer, and many of today's buildings have walls, if not much more, that date back to the early days of the town. Enjoying the storybook castles, marvelpus food and wines, was impressed by the roads and meeting of the people, which always make a trip special As an added bonus she visited 15, O0 year old cave paintings in Lascaux. She cleft enthralled with the extrodinary artistry. tit ial ++ 24 Hour Emergency Service ..,..""' mGASChe&- :+oz]:';:'..C=, Trained