1932-11-2 Labor Camps in Mountains to House 900
I 11 lne st"le win nouse approxi- approxi- "lately 3,500 jobless men in South-niiTlo South-niiTlo i ern California this winter and a like coin-pete LABOR CAMPS IN MOUNTAINS TO BOUSE 900 Five Concentration Centers in County Announced by Pratt As State Relief Measure With quarters for 900 men, five labor camps will be established in the San Bernardino mountains by the state, it was announced yester- yester- j fB State Forester M. B Pratt n charge of Gov. James Rolphs relief program. The location of the camps and the appointment of the supervisors to direct their operation were an ! n"nced by Mr. Pratt, who declared i number In the north at a total cost of $100,000. The unemployed will be required to work building trails and firebreaks for lodgings and meals, the program being designed to eliminate the bread lines in the cities. .County Camps I Are Lilted In San Bernardino countv the following camps will be established: Camp Cajon 200 men; Camp Radford, Radford, Santa Ana canyon 300 men; Oak Glen. 100 men; Etlwanda, 150 men, and Yucaipa 150 men. The latter two camps will be operated by the state division of forestry, which will have charge of eight such projects in the South. The first three camps are to be operated by the United States forest forest service, under a joint plan with the state. The Federal agency will furnish their skilled men who will be in charge of the camps, transportation, transportation, bedding, cooking equipment, equipment, tools and take care of the general overhead. The state's part will include the furnishing of food, clothing and surgical equipment. The Southern California camps and the division of forestry men in charge are; Purchases, commissaries and w? rehouses Sidney Lamerton, Pasadena; Pasadena; Earl Gardner, La Mesa; Fred Dunow, Pasadena, and Otto Kreuger, Riverside. Camp work and supervision L. C. Gordon and E. S. Miller, both of La Mesa. Relief work and special assignment assignment J. A. Graves, I V. Brown and Paul Harvey, La Mesa; Charles Still and Ed Nelander, Riverside. The tentative approved locations and personnel assignments of the camps are: Camp Kearney. San Diego county, 250 men; R. C. Dugnn, La Mesa, in charge; H. Phelps, Fresno, and T. Holland, La Mesa. Minniwawa camp. San Diego county, 100 men R. N. McNally, Fallbrook, in charge, and E. B. Tellam, Winoma. Alpine cEtnn, San Diego county, 100 men Robert Jones, El Cajon, in charge, ! Merman Directs Etiwanda Vork Santa Margarita camp, Sn Diego county. 100 men Herbert Blom- Blom- ' . . : T? !IU 1. In nUaffvA an4 tliJ&L, V nilUl MlIt, 111 l.liaifec, a..u Jack Moore, Escondido. Sierra camp, Orange county, 100 men Joseph Schcrman, Orange, in charge; C. H. Alexander and E. E. Vinsonhaler, both of Orange. Yucaipa camp, San Bernardino county, 150 men Russel Z. Smith, San Bernardino, in charge; L. J. Rockwell. San Bernardino, and Ed P. Guthrie, Yucaipa. Etiwanda camp, San Bernardino county, 150 men Ted Herman, San Bernardino, in charge; Dick Gron-inger. Gron-inger. Gron-inger. San Dimas, and Richard Jpcltson, Yucaipa. International Park, Riverside countv. 200 men Charles Van i Fleet. San Jacinto, in charge; Ken-Ineth Ken-Ineth Ken-Ineth Rich, Beaumont, and C. H. Graves, Elslnore. Camps to be operated by the U. S. forest service outside of San Bernardino Bernardino follow: Camp Kearney, San Diego county, 250 men; Minniwawa camp, San Diego county, 100 men; Alpine camp, San Diego county, 100 men; Santa Margarita camp, San Diego county, 100 men; Sierra camp, Orange Orange county, 100 men; Matilija camp, Ventura county, 200 men; Sisar camp, Ventura county, 200 men; International park, Riverside county, 200 men; Temescal canyon, Riverside county, 200 men; Descanso camp, San Diego county, 200 men, and the following camps in Los Angeles county; Piru canyon, 250 men; Arroyo Seco, 250 men; Malibu camp, 200 men; Mint canyon, 150 men, and San Dimas, 150 men.