Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on July 10, 1963 · Page 8
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RUM—eiSHT iftoUNOS IF AN OUNCE.' _/ A svRAPPiMs 6Pa:l^^04 FOR ^ | THESE WAVERS, NO DOUBT: BOTA -i-J I MERE MINMOW COMPARED TO THE -SPecnUS- A60£6SUS, A SPECIES OF SA^S X CAUGHT OFF KWAN <3CMOW -~THE NATIVES 6HlbSGLBO -fUEI^ HUTS VJITH SCALES AUD USED Hl6 FlN4 jt FOR BOAT SA \L5.'— IM AMGUt«i(& FOKTHE <^ >^ 6P £CTlUSBAS5 ,VOD'DHAVErOINRATe •'~> Hooe. Fisa TO RXJR TIMES KIS 5\Z& TO MAKE HIM BIS ENOUGH "v. TO MAKE HIM BIS ENOUC ^- tf FOR SAiT.' r- ? VOU'Ve <30T TO \ eo TO ELLA'S j PAKTy—VOU \ PROMISED.'THE \ WASH LApy SAYS J :?==-:^ \ SHE'LL SET { THOSE SHOES ) OW FOK SOU! J BORN FlFXy VEARSTOO SOOM •S.'^''.^'^, 7-10 Redlands Daily facts 8 - Wed, July 10, 1963 Paving halts due to plant strike Paving and street construction projects in Redlands and all other parts of 11 Southern California counties halted today as 60 additional asphalt plants closed as a result of a strike against 29 plants yesterday. The only asphalt plant in the immediate Redlands area is operated by Matich Bros, on Alabama street adjacent to the Tri- City Transit Mix. This plant operated yesterday but was closed today and no asphalt material was available for city, county or state public works projects. Jack Shefchik, Redlands street superintendent, said the city has stockpiled some "cold mix" for patching purposes but other than that no work can be done on streets until the batch plant reopens. The only major local street construction project which the strike may delay Ls the Oak street job betueen Redlands boulevard and Franklin. Mr. Shefchik said Oak was expected to be ready for paying early next week but this would be delayed indefinitely until the Matich plant operates since Matich has the blanket city contract this year. There are no major state projects under way in this area at the present time although a prolonged strike could possibly affect the bids for the Dunlap to Beaumont Highway 99 freeway later this month. Any prolonged strike could also delay the opening of the new Barton road project between BrjTi -MawT and Loma Linda which is now open to two-way traffic but on the normal eastbound roadbed only. The westbound lanes remain to be paved. Industry spokesmen said the plants were closing as a result of a strike Tuesday against 29 plants operated by Uie Industrial Asphalt Co. by 600 members of AFX/-CIO Operating Engineers Local 12. The dispute—which does not affect San Diego County—was expected to involve directly and indirectly an estimated 7,500 to 10,- OOO workers on street surfacing. | new construction and freeway-associated building such as ramps and shoulders. The strike was called when negotiations between the union and the Asphalt Plant Employers Committee broke down over the weekend on union demands that extra men be added to potential ly dangerous jobs. Employer representatives called the demand featherbedding. Also at issue was designation of areas for subsistence pay. Stolen safe recovered neor Victorville The safe stolen from the Oasis cocktail lounge, 11 West Colton avenue early Saturday morning has been located Capt. Warren Elliott stated today. According to an inventory conducted by the lounge owner, Walter Owens the safe contained some 51275 in cash and about $100 in checks when it was stolen. The safe was found about six miles south of Victorville in the desert. Sgt. George Collins is at the site in charge of moving the property back to Redlands. The Oasis burglary was the third in three days as thieves had cracked one auto dealers safe the day before and had forced open a drawer in another dealers office SIDE GLANCES By Gm Fox publi Trastees reaffirm ic use of school grounds The policy that the recreational facilities offered by the various Redlands school grounds are open to public use whenever not required for an official school function was reaffirmed last night by the Redlands Unified School board. And furthermore. Trustees and administrators alike said such use is encouraged. The question arose when Trustee Richard L. Scott said a citizen reported to him that youngsters were "shooed off* the baseball field at Redlands high school. This turned out to be one of the instances when the field wasn't open to public use. The reason was a simple one. The desire to keep youngsters off can be readily understood by anyone who has ever tried to plant a lawn. For Jim MacKenzie, superintendent of buildings and grounds, reported to the board that it was necessary to re-seed the turf around the baseball diamond when school ended. The area was barricaded and muddy. But the barricades were pushed over and the youngsters were playing on the newly seeded area — and in the mud. In this instance. Trustees agreed that a "shooing" was probably in order. But only until the new lawn gets a toehold. Six astronauts to attend joint open house SLx of the nation's feature astronauts will be on hand at General Dynamics Astronautics m San Diego July 13 to help celebrate five years of space progress in a joint open house with the Air Force and the Nationc! Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). The six pilots are receiving astronaut (raining at Edwards Air Force Base near Lancaster. They will be assigned to operate the X-SO Dj-na-Soar orbital space research vehicle. All sLx men are former test pilots. They will meet the public and be available for autographs from 10 a.m. to noon. The open house hours are from 9 a.m. to p.m. They are Maj. Henry C. Gordon, Maj Russell L. Rogers, Maj. James W. Wood, Capt. Albert H. Crews, Capt. WilUam J. Knight, and Milton 0. Thompson, only civiUan member of the group, who is a test pilot for NASA. Dyna-Soar is the first Air Force man-in-space program designed to combine the best features of such research vehicles as the X-I5 aircraft and the orbital flights of the Mercury spacecraft. The Dyna-Soar will orbit the earth and return, using aerodynamic con trols to glide to a landing site which the pilot can select. The vehicle will stay in orbit through centrifugal force. Aerodynamic lift will provide maneuverability on re-entry. Landing the aerospacecraft is not e.xpected to be any more difficult than touchdown in a modem jet fighter plane. Highlights of the day will include: 1. A tour of the Atlas and Centaur production lines. 2. A visit of the Life Sciences Laboratory and Manned Space Station Simulator 3. Witnessing the boil^)£f and venting of liquid nitrogen gas at a temperature of 320 degrees below zero, Fahrenheit. 4. Ground simulation of al rendezvous between space vehicles. 5. Scores of special displays and models demonstrating new facets of the space industrj-. A special ceremony has been arranged for 1 p.m. at the main lobby at which time top officials of the Air Force, NASA, and General Dynamics Astronautics will speak briefly and a space-team capsule will be sealed to mark the event. FBI No. 2 man dies TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appliances will find a ready market through Classified Ads. Think of "LARRY" PAINT Its Only Real Imitator is Itself Always Amp(« FREE Parhing LARRY'S Paint House Winn BMg. Celten & Orang* 792-1044 SAiX FRANCISCO (UPP - Funeral ser\'ices will be held Thursday for Harold B. Nathan, the man who carried badge No. 2 (two) in the Federal Bureau of Investigation. He died Tuesday here at the age of 83. A native of New York, Nathan joined the Department of Justice in 1917. In 1928, J. Edgar Hoover was named director of the newly- created FBI and given badge No. 1. He chose Nathan as his assistant. You'll Fmd a Ready Market Thru Fast-Acting Facts Classified Ads mHasn B'ntMaj JULY II Robert Willhit. Robert McLaughlin Lupe Arroyo David Sanderson Dennis Davis William King Russell de Graaf Ralph Snider Bill Sample Frank A. Kimball Allen J. Brandt Royal Lefeber Robert E. Springer Paul Brown Wayne Bradley James Henson Happy Birthday from M BStitm Ph. PY 3-2505 "I wish Daddy had married a mother that wasn't always busy!" looki hH m I A BEAUTIFUL tIFE ORTRAIT QF ifotff Baby • Limlfed to children 6 years and under 49 ONLY EACH^ CHILD You may sefecf any one pose f aken from many for on/y 49c color pholof by • Absoluf ely no obligah'on on your part TAKEN IN THIS STORE FRIDAY, SATURDAY. 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