The San Bernardino County Sun from San Bernardino, California on July 20, 1945 · Page 5
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Auto Stolen While Owner Attends Theater Mrs. Lawrence Spurrier of 670 Marshall boulevard filed a stolen car report with the San Bernardino police department last night. Her black Ford coupe, which she parked at Base Line and Stoddard street, disappeared while she was attending a Base Line theater. Read the Classified. "Np, Madara-we wont hand-picked men, not henpsckedl" WHEN WE SAY our men are hand-picked, we mean it! You see, ever since we became Pabst distributors, our constant aim despite wartime difficulties has been to give our dealers the kind of service that matches the superb quality of the outstanding beer we handle . . . magnificent Pabst Btae Ribbon. If you can't atwajrs find Pabst ask again aexttkne, womt yuni, Speed Transit Lines Proposed System Would Link Valley With L .A. A nronosal which would make San Bernardino an important fac tor in the growth of Los Angeles into the "capital of the Pacitic wni-Id" was submitted to the Los Angeles city council by Clifford E. Clifton, crusading restaurant own er. Mr. Clifton advocates a rapid transit svstem which would whisk commuters from San Bernardino, Santa Barbara. Santa Ana and the mountain resorts to Los Angeles at speeds of 60 to 100 miles an hour. He also envisions the develop ment of the Los Angeles river as a salt water canal linking the harbor with the downtown district. Women Realtors Are Asked to Bay Meeting Invitations have been extended 14 San Bernardino women realtors to, attend the state-wide luncheon conference of the Oakland chapter of the Women's Council of the National Association of Real Estate Boards. The meeting will be held Aug. 11 at the Hotel Clarcmont in Berkeley. Read the Classified. BARD DISTRIBUTING GO. 564 2nd Street Phone 5188 Bstribstsrs sf fsbst Bin IKAoi Bttr DR. G. SUESSERMAN FOOT SPECIALIST CHIROPODIST 456 E STREET Over Austin Studio Ph. 633-17 CROSSWORD PUZZLE HORIZONTAL 1 European city t Crude data augar 11 A pawl 12 Remorse 14 Indian 15 Indian dwelling 1? 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Sugar Book four stamp 38 good through Aug. 31 for five pounds. Next stamp valid Sept. 1. Shoes Book three airplane stamps 1, 2 and 3 good indefinitely. O.P.A. says no plans to cancel any. Airplane stamp 4 valid Aug. 1 and will be good indefinitely. Gasoline 16-A coupons good for six gallons each through Sept. 21. B-7, B-8, C-7 and C-8 coupons good for five gallons each. The Meridian highway, which extends from Winnepeg, Canada, to Laredo, Tex., Is 1,769 miles long. Construction Man Held lor Burglary Elmer Wright, 42, wai booked yesterday by deputies of Sheriff Emmett L. Shay for Investigation of burglary, after the W. E. Kier Construction Co of Burbank reported that one of its tool sheds at the Lytle-Cajon creek flood control project was entered. Officers said that the Burbank concern formerly was associated with the contractors on the vast job and the loot in the tool shed burglary included 30 gallons of gasoline, 18 gallons of oil and miscellaneous tools, including a 25-ton hydraulic jack and a grease gun. The shed was located at Pennsylvania and Rialto avenues. Wright had been employed on the job as an oiler, officers stated. Air Base Plans Reservoir for Skilled Labor Argonauts Told Industry Must Draw On Field for Men As a result of training and placement service given at San Bernardino Army Air field, a reservoir of skillod labor will be available to industries of San Bernardino after the war, Major Gabo Parker, personnel officer at the field, told Arconauts at their breakfast meeting yesterday at the Y.W.C.A. If business loaders of the community wish to build new industries or expand old ones, they can be assured of efficient skilled labor, Major Parker said. Training and correct placement li a v e changed wasteful labor into skilled, capable manpower at the various Army installations throughout the country, be declared. "After the war these skilled hands can be turned into civilian p r o d u c t i on providing industry makes a place for them," Major Parker said. "It is up to the business leaders of San Bernardino as well as other communities whether they want to utilize this reservoir of skilled labor in new industries or let it drift into other fields." The Argonauts initiated three members, including Burt Horn Dr. George Suesserman and Nat Krautize. 4 a wl WASHINGTON, July 19 JPi Representative Springer, Indiana Republican, opposes what he terms a "pernicious" government plan to send 10,000,000 pounds of soap to Europe. S. P. Employes' Plea For Pay Raise Denied WASHINGTON, July 19 (IF) A three-man emergency board, reporting to President Truman on its investigation of 27 disputes b-tween the Southern Pacific Co. and its locomotive engineers, today denied ar employes' request for an increase in pay rates. The board held that the request is contrary to stabilization standards. VETERAN Ralph V. Flet-v cher, Coast Guard motor machinist's mate, who is home on a leave after serving 18 months overseas. Siars Awarded To Guardsman Fletcher Visitor at Lytle Creek Home Ralph V. Fletcher, motor machinist's mate 2c, in the Coast Guard, is visiting his mother, Mrs. Beatrice B. Conroy, who resides in Lytle Creek canyon. He is enjoying a 30-day rehabilitation leave after 18 months of duty overseas. With him are his wife, Rinda Mae, and their 21-months-old son, Robert. They reside in San Francisco. Coast Guardsman Fletcher grad- Fri., July 20, 1945 SAN BERNARDINO DAILY SUN $130,000 ALLOCATED FOR DESERT HIGHWAY BRIDGE Funds for converting Red Rock railroad bridge near Needles for highway use were allocated yesterday by the state highway commission, in session at Sacramento. The sum of $130,000 was voted as the state's share of the cast of the project, for which surveys already have born made and plans are under way. According 1o E. Q. Sullivan, district highway engineer, the bridge on state route No. 58 across the Colorado river has been donated to the state by the Santa Fe railway, which built a new railroad bridge over the river. Highway traffic has been using the old bridge, built by San Bernardino county in 1916, which, Mr. Sullivan said, has served its purpose and is now inadequate in width and strength for modern trucks. In obtaining permission to build its new bridge, the railroad, Mr. Sullivan stated, agreed to tear down the Red Rock bridge, but decided to donate it to the state Instead, since it would be less expensive to convert it for highway use than destroy it. The railway also has donated the right of way two and a half miles along the Colorado river to the bridge. The project includes a concrete deck for the bridge and improvement of the highway approaching the bridge. California will pay half the cost and Arizona will assume the remainder of the expensa on its side of the river. uated from San Bernardino High school in 1910 and attended Santa Barbara State college one year before enlisting. He wears battle stars on his campaign ribbons denoting participation in the Bougainville, New Guinea, Admiralty and Philippine island campaigns. Wheels, Tires Stolen From Used Car Lot Bruce Jordan yesterday reported to police the theft of two wheels and tires from his used car lot at Seventh and E streets. The wheels and tires, valued at $30, were taken from two automobiles on the lot late Tuesday night op early Wednesday morning, the report stated. Read tht Classified. Mother Accidentally Slain by Baby Son LOS ANGELES. July 19 UP) A bullet fired from a pistol in the hands of her four-year-old son ! brought death to Mrs. Ann Waits, 36, police reported. Police said the accident occurred in the apartment of friends where Mrs. Waits, her husband, Fred, and the child were visiting. The child found the pistol on a dining-room table. NU-TREAD TIRE GO. SPECIALIZED SERVICE 8-lIour Service HECA IMPING Bear Wheel Aligning Wheel Exchange Brake Service PROMPT SERVICE Guaranteed Satisfaction NU-TREAD TIRE GO. Tenth and E Streets 2. COMPLETE $ EXAMINATION ft 1B7 YOU SIIK? 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