Fire Wardens Are Assigned 4/10/1926
HUE WARDENS ARE ASSIGNED Six Members Will Be Kent on Active Duty; 20 Will Be in Reserve Schedules and locations for the six members of the county fire prevention organization as they will operate during the summer were an nounced yesterday by County For ester Roy M. Tuttle. Most of the members of tho protective organization will start work June 1. Mr. Tuttle, will have 20 additional fire wardens who will not be on patrol duty and who will volunteer when needed. New county warden's badges will be received within a few days and will be distributed. At the San Antonio ranger station there will be a patrolman cooperating with the Los Angeles county department of forestry, according to Mr. Tuttle's schedule. He will start work June 1 and will continue until Nov. 15. his salary to be paid by San Bernardino and Los Angeles counties. Another patrolman will be on duty at Etiwanda during the samo period of time. May 15 to Nov. 15 is the time sot for a lookout, man on Little Mountain, where a new lookout station is to be built. The schedule provides for one deputy in the San Bernardino office to assist Mr. Tuttle, and to be in charge of the office, during his absence. He will be a year round employe. A fire warden will be maintained at Menfone from June 1 to Nov. 15. Cne patrolman will be stationed at Yucaipa and Oak Glen district from June 1 to Nov. 15.