County Fire Warden Pleased 1925/10/4

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County Fire Warden Pleased  1925/10/4 - County Fire Warden Pleased With Cooperation...
County Fire Warden Pleased With Cooperation Reecived InPIanningNewDepartnient T?l pressing himself an highly pleased with tho conperution he Is rerrlvlng on nil . lildes, Including mountain properly owners, county officials iinrl the local forest u-pcrvlsor'g offlre, H. M. Tullle. county fire warden, continued his labors yesterday on the eonipiehen-slvo plans lie Is working out to pro-test the hill and brush anas of Son Rernnrdino county, outside the national forest reserve, from firm and to rstlngutnli riuickly any flamen which might start in those n reus. "f have divided the county Into 13 districts," paid Mr. Tuttl'e l,-,,t night," and have appointed ji deputy county fire warden to take charge in each district. These deputy wardens have organized jrroyps of men who will be available immediately should fire break out In these districts. Supplies Secured "Shovels, aura, canteens, brush hooks, lanterns and other fire fighting equipment will be centralized In each district so that they will be Instantly available when the danger appears. The county fire fighters will be paid the same wages as the government fighters, 35 cents an hour, to be paid out of tho county reasuxy. "In addition I am making maps showing all hazardous fire areas in my Jurisdiction which I will distribute after submitting them to tho hoard or supervisors and to the county board of forestry within the next 10 days for their approval." Districts Are Mapped Out The districts laid out by Mr. Tultle, the deputy warden in charge of each district and the number of men Immediately available for for-est fire fighting purposes in each district Is as follows: Upland district, K. II. Manker, deputy warden, 25 to DO men available; (Mieanionga-Alta I,oniii district, Victor Cher-beck, formerly forest ranger, deputy warden, 28 men available. 1'onlana district, Henry Lambs, deputy warden: It. H. Hoj e, upl. of I'ontana Land Co., fire ngent, number of men available, .",0 to CO; Verdemont district, Arthur I,. Meyer, formerly forest ranger, deputy warden, 20 men available.; tools available for this district at Mevore and ot the. Devil ranyon ranger nation; Del Kosa district. Pan Carpenter, Jr.. deputy warden, 10 men available at Carpenter ranch; Highland district, deputy warden not yet named, 17 men avail- able; EaRt Highland and mouth of fSanta Ana canyon district, Robert Roddick, deputy warden, 12 to 30 men available; Santa Ana rhcr district, Oeorge T. Keves, .deputy war-den, 10 men available. Mentone district, tlcorge Mcintosh, deputy warden, 20 to 25 men available; Kedlunds huso of supply for this district, t.ieorgo ltink-ley cooperating; Yucaipa dlwtrlct, George Dunn, deputy warden, J 8 men available; Oak Glenn district. H, R. Sanderson, deputy warden, 13 men available; Summit Valley (desert side of county) Vv. o. Ilnwc, 10 men avulluble. Mouth of Deep Creek, county will act with Raymond D. Wilson, government employee, 15 men available. Order Fights Use of Animal Steel Traps (By Associated Press) WASHINGTON, Oct. 3.-The general public and organizations of sportsmen, as well as some officials of the United States ISIologlcal Sur. vey, are charged by the ncwly-or-ganlzed Antl-Sterl Trap League with adopting an Improper attitude toward the use of steel traps In tho capture of animals. The point at Issue is the degree of suffering experienced by entrapped nnlmats. Officials of Ihe league are preparing a pamphlet written by Ld-ward Hreck, writer, lecturer and former navy officer, who la president of the organization. 'It will contain an uppcal for general support of the league's program, which Public Auction BY

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  1. The San Bernardino County Sun,
  2. 04 Oct 1925, Sun,
  3. Page 13

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