1952 WILLIAM C. WANTZ
in a flash." . ; 30 PULLED FROM OCEAN AFTER BOAT SWAMPED HUNTINGTON BEACH (IP) jington Beach Pier, when the enr Thirty men, women and' children gine quit.'- quit.'- He said the stricken were pulled from the water safely J vessel had no power to pump out Saturday shortly after the 28-foot 28-foot 28-foot shoreboat Cookie was swamped IVi miles offshore, turning a Saturday fishing jaunt into near-tragedy near-tragedy near-tragedy Quick action by the skipper and crew of the nearby sportfisher Sut per'Express was credited with rescuing rescuing all the passengers and crew aboard the Cookie after its engine stalled and it floundered helplessly in the heavy swells. r ; s " Chief Lifeguard Fred Swartz said: the boat, skippered by Dave Potts, J was returning from the fishing barge Elsie n, anchored off Hunt - of 1947, the water as it splashed aboard. The passengers donned lifejackets and jumped overboard as the Cookie radioed for help. - The 60-foot 60-foot 60-foot sportfisher, captained by William C. Wantz, took the rescued rescued to the pier, where three were given emergency treatment by a physician. -E. -E. J. McKissack,' Baldwin Park, it ucaicu lor miwk anu expwuie . 2 t 1 I- I- 1 : . and lacerations -on -on one leg. Also' treated were Mrs. Edgar Stence ! and Mrs. Winnie Wilson, both of 1 Los Angeles. .