The San Bernardino County Sun from San Bernardino, California on September 7, 1963 · Page 19
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Officers Struggle Through Sea of Mud . V ' 1 ! Little Girl Saved From Boggy Lake Bed Sheriffs officers and firemen waded through a sea of waist-deep mud to rescue a little girl who became mired In the "dry" fists of Big Bear Lake yesterday. Towed out cold and "shaken" but otherwise unhurt after two hours on a tiny patch of solid ground in the middle of a morass was S-year-old Susan Gilbert of EL Monte. Big Bear Lake sheriffs Deputy Roland L. Mellinger got stuck in waist-deep mud in a 5-foot-wide channel just a few feet fmm the shivering pirl and had to retreat to more firm footing. Rescuers then threw a rope across the channel and directed her to slip the looped end orer her head and under her arms. The " four men who waded through 500 yards of mud to reach her then Jerked her quickly across the channel so that she did not sink into it Deputy Charles C. Woodman Jr. and Capt. John Poole of the Big Bear Lake Volunteer Fire Department each took a hand and with assistance from Mel-lineer and Assistant Fire Chief Vem Cawthorn, whisked Susan over the boggy lake bed to safety. She did not require medical treatment. "She could have drowned in that channel if she had fallen in, but she was real calm through the whole thing. She said she was cold and didn't know how she got stuck out there and she sure wouldn't do it again," said Woodman. Nevertheless, the rescue crew kept reassuring her and urging her to remain calm while the rescue was in progress. Woodman, in command due to the absence of substation commander Sgt. Charles Follett and Detective Jerome C Ringhofer, canceled tentative requests for a light helicopter and snowshoes after surveying the lake bed and determining that neither would be needed for the rescue. A Civil Defense rescue truck equipped with a winch was held in readiness by firemen. Sheriffs clerk Dorothy Clancy said she received a call of a girl in distress from Edith Ren-fro, who has a cabin on the south shore of the lake, at 12:29 p.m. The caller reported that Nancy Gilbert, 13, had managed to make shore but her sister had become bogged down in the mud midway between Fawnskin and Lagonita Point. The girls, who are vacationing with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Gilbert, at Fawnskin, had started across the flats Intending to cross from the north to the south shore about noon, not realizing that the dry lake is a quagmire in many spots. "Tlie rhannd in the middle is four or five feet deep and possible deeper in some places. It could be dangerous. This part of the lake has been dry most of the summer, but there still is water in the channel. I hope people and especially young people will stay away from it," said Woodman. Susan was wrapped in blankets and taken to her parents cabin in a sheriffs patrol car after the rescue. Deputy John C Nash and reserve Deputy William Thompson were among thosp who assisted. n "A .::-"-;: f P i J . . ... ; . 2 - - . ... H j ... r ! 1 U I . :' V " I 1 ( "'N H : 1 - "-I . . . -I - i : - i i i . Mc Way $ Up? Sun-Telegram photographer Ron Wilhite's roving camera was ready when this perplexed lad came upon this perplexing painting at this year's National Orange Show art exhibit The print won honorable mention this week in the sixth annual California Tress Photographers Exhibition, sponsored by the California Press Photographers Association and Forest Lawn Memorial Tark. Winning photos will be tm display at Los Angeles County Fair Sept. 13-29. Watch Dog Overcome Airman's Shop Equipment iy Burglars Stolen Again b Burglars have gone and done It again. Last July Airman Harry Eber-lln Invested his military savings in a dragster equipment shop at 25830 E. Base Line, San Bernardino. Thren days Inter, burglars smashed a plate glass window and stole a third of his stock, valued at $G00. Eberlin, 22, who served at a U.S. Air Force weather station in Alaska, was disheartened. The burglars apparently had a change of heart and returned the merchandise the day a story about the burglary appeared in The Sun-Telegram. Thursday night it happened again. Gone is $300 worth of equipment Including six special chrome wheels valued at $60 apiece, four special tires and other dragster equipment. RICHIE'S Pancake and Steak House OPEN Fill. ni SAT. 'Ill MIDNITE 8:30 A.M.-MlclnlKht Frl. nrt Sat. 6:30 A.M.-10 P.M. Sun. Thru Thurs. 1355 E. HIGHLAND AVE. TAKE YOUR PICK I nnlt uartmmt hmiw on N. K St. On ymr old. 2 brdnmnig mvh. Annual in-rmuf 15,81ft. on 4 nntfn fitrnl.hM, S imh rtM, I hwlnmm. men. Annual lnein6 5,5A0. I'riv. THK BA.MK. I4J.MD. MacQUIDDY REALTY TU 2-2553 CITY SECTION (Section II -fr Saturday, Sept. 7. If (City Poqe) Permits Drop in August Dip in Building Laid to Strike The painters' strike yesterday was cited for plunging San Bernardino's August building figures to $1,215,467, smallest monthly total since December and the slowest August since 1958. Appi By As in the first case, the bur glars smashed a plate glass door to enter, but this time they also overpowered a big police dog who stayed there all night as a watchdog. The dog was found in a dazed condition in a ditch several blocks away the following morning. In vestigators said apparently the dog had been drugged or struck on the head with a heavy object. Eberlin told officers he might close the shop. "I can't go on If they keep hitting this place, especially when a dog and a night light doesn't stop them," he said. Masonic Barbecue More than 3.000 Masons, their families and friends are expected to attend the 10th annual Masonic Barbecue today at the Rim-of-the-Vorld Masonic Temple at Twin Peaks. HARRY'S BICYCLE STOPwE SCIIWINN BICYCLES 190 E. HlRhfond Ave. TU 2-7817 Corner of Highland and Scpulvrda New Deputy oinxea Coroner Appointment of Marvin E. Roach ai a deputy coroner was announced yesterday by Coroner Edward P. Doyle. Roach, 40, of Cotton, Is a retired U.S. Army paratrooper who saw service In Panama, Alaxka, Europe and Korea during his W years with the Infantry. A natlvn of Kansas, Roach has heea a Olton renMent sine 19.M. He retired front the Army In 1960 with more than 200 par a-chute Jumps to his credit, during his 12' years with the paratroops. He was with the 82nd Airborne Division daring the Rhine crossing and was awarded two combat stars, the bronze star for valor and the master paratrooper badge. After retirement, he attended San Bernardino Valley College and was a temporary county employe prior to Ms present appointment. He and his wife, Beverly, and their (our sons, Michael, IS, Casey, 13, Brian, 9, and Srott, 6, reside at 1306 Rordwell St. Hoosiers to Picnic The annual Elkhart, Ind., pio nic will begin at 10 a.m. Sunday, Sept. 22, in South Gate Park, a block west of Atlantic between Firestone and Tweedy in South Gate. RICHIE'S Fancake and Steak House 1355 E. Highland OPEN EVERY NITE TILL MIDNITE For PI tr "No one wants to start build ing when they don't know how long it will take to complete the job because of the strike," said Ralph F. Spencer, superintendent of the Department of Building and Safety. He said investors are not In terested in having a job tied up and paying interest until the strike ends. If the strike lasts, September could be a slow month as well. he said. By comparison, the August 1962 figure was 3,090,513, best month of the year. San Bernardino's spiraling con' stniction totals began drnpnlnc In July after setting records nearly every month the first half of the year. However, construction for the year stands at $25,742,582, well above the amount recorded for any previous 12-month period in the city's history. At this time a year ago building totaled $14,-817.953. The department issued a permit for only one major job last month, Spencer said. It went to Edward Spezza of Pomona for a 41-unit apartment to cost $278,609 at 1297 E. Lynwood Ave. Other permits Included: Two for apartments, eight units, $57,728; 1 triplex, $20,160; 14 single dwellings, $218,725; 146 remodel dwellings, $110,786; 5 new non-residential buildings, $167,547; 24 remodel non-residen tial, $239,313; 94 walls and fences, $35,972; 8 swimming pools, $22,- 400. ore Power Favored anning Director Would Receive Authority on Minor Rulings V M i ' ' 1 y 1 1 1 ' I ' , . In Christ, Temptations can flee from you. Jamri 4:7 Submit yourselvrj thrrefore to Cod, Resist tha devil and he will lice frum you. Edith's House for Beauty 2A Arrowhead Ave. TU 6-lfi05 Open Sunday 9 A.M.-3 P.M. Saturday 7:30 A.M. 6 P.M. Daily 7:30 A.M.-8 P.M. Complete Line of Swimminp; Pool Supplies and Equipment Custom Picture Framing 20 OFF on All Art Supplies ' Complete Line of Century and Pabco Paint TU 2-2531 Pool and Paint Emporium 258 E. Highland Ave. CUSTOM 1957 CORVETTE 'M Ml Cu. Inch En1n Thiil Qiinria l'mrl rlnt American C(!tom Malrhltn iMMor nmlt-ln IW'A ltiiirtl nyi 'd. PiuhhnlKm JUiUo wlta luilibuttin Klrrlrta Antrnnt. $1795 BLAIR HILBOHN Tt'rner 2-480J MUST SELL Pool, 3 Bedrooms, Family Room, lVi Baths, Carpet and Drapes, Refrig. Air Cond. Fenced Back Yard and Patio, Ph. TU 9-2342 or TU 3-6117 TIRE WEAR Correction ZULCH AUTO WORKS Complete Collision Repairs THIRD and I STREETS Complete Line of CORNING WARE Open Mnn. and Frl. Till 9. Sun. 9-3 SOFFA HARDWARE "S&H" CREKN STAMPS We Hnnor H n( A Cards 421 Highland Ave. TU 3-6614 The GREEN SHACK 163 W. Highland Serving the Finest Food at Reasonable Prices for the Past SO Years Luncheon 11 A.M.-3 P.M. Dinner 5 P.M.-ll P.M. Sundays: Noon-10 P.M. Cocktails Ph. TUr 2-9376 RUMMAGE SALE 318 D St. 9 A.M. Today Sponsored by Calvary Baptist Missionary Circle Place a Sun-Telegram Classified Ad at Your Convenience After 5 P.M. Daily and Weekends Dial TU 8-0055 SCHOOL SHOES CHILD LIFE "The Long Wearing Shoe" $H.9 tn ..! COItRFXTIVE (a Per Your Dnetor'a Preacrlptlnn) SH.99 to $11.99 Expert Shoe Fitters rnvx pahklnii BRILL'S SHOES wummiu 339 W. Highland Ave. TU 2-2116 bankameiucard CARBURETOR For Service Bring Your Car to ULLOM'S AUTO SERVICE Over 30 Years in S. B. Base Line at Mt. View Ph. TU 8-0362 BANKAMEIUCARD RENT A TV COLOR or Black and White Rent Can Be Applied Towards Purchase CALIF. TV SERVICE Open Evenings 25607 E. Base Line TU 0-04(10 Our Title Orders are issued promptly and efficiently. First American Title Company 323 Court Street San Bernardino, California Tl'mer 9-0011 of San Bernardino AIR FORCE GIFT Typifying San Bernardino as Missile Center U.S.A. is this missile display prepared for the mayor's office hy Maj. Boyce J. Harper Jr., commander I)etachment No. (Stin.Teleor"i photo) 1, USAF Orientation Group at Norton AFB, and his technicians S.Sgt. Clay-ton F. Farrell, A.2.C Edward A. Lips-comb and S.Sgt. James C. Wilkinson. Mayor Donald Mauldin holds a sample. The county Planning Commission has approved an amendment to the zoning ordinance delegating to the planning director the power to grant or deny so-called minor variances involving building setbacks and the requirement of street dedi cation and improvements. The commission will also take action Sept. 19 on another ordinance amendment making it mandatory tor a property owner to dedicate street frontage and install curbs, gutters and other improvements when a building permit is issued for certain uses. Both amendments must still be approved by the Board of Supervisors at a public hearing. The amendment approved by the commission Thursday is designed to turn over to the planning director some of the routine items clogging the commission's agendas. Announced by Rep. Sheppord $900,000 Appropriated For New Norton Offices As Commissioner John H. Pa- terson put it, "This will get some of the routine stuff out of the commission so we can do more planning and less judge and jury stun." The amendment, if approved Iby the supervisors, will let Neil IB. Piulb. planninc director, de- Rep. Harry R. Sheppard yesterday announced $900,000 has been appropriatcdSoS ty tne Department or Defense to provide new offices for the Office of Deputy The Inspector General at Norton Air Force Base. Bids on the work will be opened at the base on Sept. 26. Sheppard, chair man of the House military construction subcommittee, said that although funds for , the project were not included in budget requests this year, Defense Department and Bureau of the Budget approval was secured for the appropriation. A big warehouse. Building 91S, directly west of San Bernardino Air Materiel Area (SBAMA) headquarters on the west side of Tippecanoe Avenue will be remodeled into offices, similar to quarters remodeled for Ballistic Systems Division (BSD). The remodeling work will start in mid-October with moving in day schedules for March 1. GROWING FAMILIES: SEE FIRST FEDERAL! For additions or a new home ... a FIRST FEDERAL LOAN is the nicest way to happier home ownership. Enjoy fast, friendly, reliable loan service AT FIRST! FIRST FEDERAL Samngs and Loan Association of San Bernardino FREE PARKING AT 2 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS SAN BERNARDINO: BARSTOW K3 E Street, TU 8-08bl 119 . Flrnt Street, CL 6-6873 HEAR PAULINE MILLS PIANOLOGUE MUSICAL PROGRAM Sunday Night Only 7:30 Foursquare Church First and Olive St., Rialto Miscellaneous Household Items Sunday, September 8 10 A.M. - 4 P.M. Closing Estate Prices 5c - $50 757 H Street, Apartment 7 The plans were initiated by the staff of Col. W. A. Gerdau, base civil engineer. The building will provide about 90,000 square feet of office space penrnMng con- solidation of activities now carried out at six locations on the base. Awarding of contract will be done by SBAMA's Procurement Division under Col. A. J. Dreises- zun. Office of Deputy The Inspector General is a Pentagon-level organization of 556 military and civilian personnel who inspect Air Force activities worldwide and are responsible for promoting safety in the Air Force, both in the air and on the ground. Yule Parade To Be Bigger A bigger and more diversified Christmas Giant Balloon Parade is being planned by the Downtown Committee of the Greater San Bernardino Retail Associates this year. The parade, which was initiat ed last year, will consist of 40 large balloons, bands and addi tional entries not yet determined. Chairman Warren H. Stept said a sub-committee has been ap pointed to make arrangements for possible entries. Another change from last year, he said, is that the parade will be held on a Saturday morning. The committee has selected Saturday, Nov. IB. Last year it was held on a Monday evening. "This will give more people an opportunity to see the parade," he said. "We hope to set it up at such a time that everyone with in a 100 mile radius will be able to get into town." Actress Owes $88,904 Denise Darcel to Appear In S. B. Bankruptcy Court Just 10 days after her 38th birthday, French movie actress Denise Darcel is scheduled to appear in San Ber nardino for a bankruptcy hearing. Miss Darcel and her husband, Robert Gerard Atkinson, have filed bankruptcy petitions in the Southern District federal court listing total assets of 51,598 and individual and joint debts of $88,-904 for her and $62,223 for him. Jointly listed are U.S. taxes to taling $16,000, state taxes of $3,-746 and secured claims of $953. She lists unsecured claims amounting to $38,206 while he lists $11,524 worth of the same. A meeting of creditors will be held in the court of Oliver M Charleville, referee in bankrupt cy, at 362 N. Arrowhead Ave. at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 18. Miss Darcel and her husband, who gives his occupation as unemployed artist manager, will be required to be present. According to their peitions, they had $20 cash between them, household goods valued at $1,500 lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll 391 Days Until S.B. water is cut In half by state Supreme Court ruling QUESTION: I keep hearing that Metropolitan water is terrible. Then why do we want It? ANSWER: Metropolitan water has two saving virtues: it's wet, and it's there. But Sao Bernardino probably will not be drinking any Metropolitan water. The city hopes to exchange the water It obtains from Metropolitan for some of Orange County's water rights to the underground basin. and other personal property valued at $7S on Aug. 19. They reside at 17 Cahuilla Hills Drive, Palm Springs, but indicate in their petitions they have no equity in the swanky resort area property. Born in Paris Sept. 8, 1925, Miss Darcel was a salesgirl and night club singer in France before she (Continued on B 5, Column 7) or Board of Supervisors any re quests for variances from street setbacks, yard and area requirements, height requirements and requests for waiver of street de- (Continued on B 3, Column 1) Drive Against Unlicensed Dogs Begins in S.B. A drive against unlicensed dogs is now in progress. Edward J. Treclado, supervising humane officer of the San Bernardino Toliee Department, said a door-to-door cheek is now being made and owners of unlicensed dogs may expect to be cited. "Better do it now than to he cited. New licenses were due on or before July 1. Dog owners will be required to present proof of vaccination and license when they answer their citations," he warned. After the check Is completed, last year's license file will be examined to check on renewals, Prcciado said. Chairman of Newest GOP Club To Address Republican Women The state chairman of the new est GOP organization in Califor nia will speak to the San Ber nardino Federation of Republican Women next Tuesday. He is former Assemblyman Bruce V. Reagan of Pasadena who heads United Republicans of California. The dinner meeting is at 6:45 p.m. at the Women's Club house at 31st and E streets. The Republican Women also will take note of the 25th anniversary of their national federation. Reagan gave up his Assembly seat to become the Republican nominee for state controller last year. The savings and loan executive and banker has been active in the GOP circle for many years. He has held posts in a number of Republican groups, including the Los Angeles County Central Committee and the California Re publican Assembly. Reservations for the meeting may be made through Mmes. Marjorie Kavanaugh, TU 3-7232; BRUCE V. REAGAN . . . L'ROC chairman Carolyn Patterson. TU 6-8801; and Peggy Alsip, TU 2-1805. V

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