Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on May 26, 1965 · Page 10
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 10

Redlands, California
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Wednesday, May 26, 1965
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10 - Wed., May 26, 1965 Redlands Dally Facts \ jUR ANCESTORS National Window Johnson ready fo qet his amendment support oy Quincy By Lyle C. Wilson United ress Internationa 1 There remains a reasonable doubt that President Johnson is fiercely determined to twist the arms that may need twisting in the 89th Congress to obtain amendment of the Taft-Hartley Act. If ever a president spoke soflly in proposing a major legislative action, the President spoke softly last week in asking repeal of Taft-Hartley's section 14-B. It is quite possible, of course, that LBJ also is carrying a big stick. There is some cause to believe, however, that there is neither a big stick nor any belligerent intent to compel Congress to do the bidding of big labor on Taft-HarUey. Labor leaders claim with much justice that big labor was a major factor in the Johnson-Humphrey triumph last November and in the election to Congress of a fat Democratic majority. Top item in the payoff for campaign help demanded now by the labor leaders is repeal of section 14-B which permits the states to enact right-to-work laws banning the union shop. Promises Win Labor President Johnson knew the payoff terms wlien he was campaigning for election last year. Campaigner LBJ and his mate, HHH, won labor cheers and votes with their campaign promises while the Republican nominee was solemnly telling chill audiences that section 14-B represented a basic civil right and should not be repealed. The union leaders and their friends got their revenge on Barry Goldwater at tlie polls and the LBJ-HHH ticket got their voles. If President Johnson is cool at heart to the repeal proposal, it could be in the unlikely cause of consistency or in an equally unlikely ethical deference to principle. Repeal of Taft-Hartley has become Democratic dogma over the years. For the Democratic party to reject and to revile the Taft- Hartley Act and all of its parts was indeed a switch. It is no less a switch for the President of the United States. LBJ was serving his sixth term in the House of Representatives on June 4, 1947, when Taft-Hartley passed the House by a lopsided vote of 320-to-79. A majority of House Democrats voted for Taft - Hartley then and Rep. Lyndon B. Johnson (D-Tex.) was among them. A sterner lest was to come. President Truman vetoed the Taft-HarUey Act on June 20, 1947, incorporating in his veto message tlie preoise arguments of the CIO protest to HST demanding that he veto. Rep. Johnson and his fellow House Democrats beat down the Truman veto in fine style. The vote was 331-to-83. House Democrats split: 106 to override the veto; 71 to sustain it. Rep. Johnson voted to override. Repeal Moves Fail Enactment of Taft - Hartley has been followed by nearly 20 years of all-out union effort to repeal or to amend the act. These efforts consistently have been beaten down. Big labor has refined its target now. It has taken aim at a single part of Taft-Hartley, section 14-B. No state is compelled to outlaw the union shop but 19 have done so with right - to - work laws. These R-T-W laws guarantee to the worker a basic civil right, the right to join a union or not. The union bosses Prices Effective May 27 thru June 2 (THURSDAY THRU WEDNESDAY) "C'mon! We're in California now—let's take the top down!" Close call for deputy SAN ANDREAS, Calif. (UPI) —Calaveras County Deputy Sheriff Fred Kern was patrol- ing a local reservoir with a companion in a boat this week when they noticed a rattlesnake swimming toward them. Kern tried to bat the reptile away with his oar. But the snake wapped himself around the oar and began working his way toward the deputy's lap. Just as the two men were about to jump overboard, the rattler unwTapped himself from the oar and slid gently back into the water. promise revenge on politicos who defend 14-B. On the recent record of President Johnson and his party with respect to civil rights and section 14-B, it would appear that some civil rights are Tighter than others, politically! Firemen's wives reverse commissioner BRADLEY BEACH, N.J. f UPI)—Firemen from Co. 3 are free today to look at the 15 nude girlie pictures in their clubroom in peace. After the firemen complained, tlie borough reversed an order by pubUc property Commissioner Peter J.G. Flood to police to remve the pictures because tliey were lewd. The pictures, some 3 feet high and some posted on the wall for as long as 30 years, were found by the fire compny's womaen's auxiliary to be unobjectionable, able. "None of the firemen's wives ever objected to them," said Mrs. Clara Gellington, aaxiliary president. MARKET 1221 Orange St. Phone 792-9013 MiDNIXSHt EVERY DAY IN REDLANDS NO STAMPS - NO FREE MONEY JUST LOW .PRICES BEER^ fir WINE ALSO BANK MONEY ORDERS 20c ea« 8" Size Banquet 29c ea. or CREAM PIES . . "Foremost" Family Styla CREAM Kern's SLICED 10-oi. pkg. 29c ea. or — STRAWBERRIES . . Springtime — MIX or MATCH VEGETABLES .... Treesweet Frozen m A LEMONADE . . . ii Treesweet Frozen 1 $1 ORANGE JUiCE . . U \ TJI pkgs. 10 -oz. pkgs. 6 -oz. cans SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Ads NOTICK INVITING BIDS 1. TIME OF OPENING Notice is hereby given that the Governing Board of the Hedlands Unified School District of San Bernardino County, hereinafter referred to as the "Owner" will receive up to but not later than 2:30 p.m. (PDTi on the 2nd day of June, 1965, sealed Propo.sals for; CURBING. GUTTERS. SIDEWALK AND PAVING OF PARKING LOT AT LUGONIA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL fit which time said Proposals will be publiclv opened and read aloud. 2. WHERE RECEIVED Proposals may be mailed to the District Office, 33 W. Lugonia Avenue, Redlands, California, or will be received at the same address. •d. SECURING DOCUMENTS Each bid must conform and be responsive to all pertinent Contract Documents. Copies are now on file and open for public inspection at the Business Office of the Redlands Unified School District, 33 W. Lu­ gonia Avenue, Redlands. Specifications and aU pertinent Documents may be obtained for bidding only at the above office. Bidders are directed to confer with the school authorities and to visit the site where work is to be done. 4. PREVAILING WAGES It shall be mandatory upon the Contractor to whom a contract is awarded and upon all sub-contractors under him to pay not less than ^aid general prevailmg rates of per diem wages to all workmen employed in the execution of the Contract. All foremen not specifically classified shall be paid not less than twenty- five cents i25c) per hour more than the hourly wage rate of the highest classification over which he has supervision. Apprentices may be cm- ployed in conformity with Section 1777.5 of the California Labor Code- 5. PROPOSAL FORM Each proposal shall be submitted on a form to be obtained at the Business Office of the Redlands Unified School District. 33 W. Lugonia Avenue. Each Proposal shall be sealed in an envelope provided by the "Owner" with the name of the bidder and the kind of work on which he bids marked plainly on the face of the envelope and filed with the Governing Board at or before tlie time stated above. 6. BID GUARANTEE a. Each bid over S4,000 shall be accompanied by a certified or cashier's check or bid bond for five per cent OTri of the amount of the bid. payable to the order of the Redlands Unified School District, Redlands, California. b. Said check or bond shall be given as a guarantee that the bidder will enter into the Contract if awarded to him. In the event the bidder refuses to execute said Contract, the use by the public will be delayed and the public will suffer great damage. From the nature of The case it would bo extremely difficult and impracticable to fix said amount of damage. Therefore, the School District and the bidder agree that the above sum shall be paid to the School District under the conditions above set forth as liquidated damages and not as forfcilurc. 7. RIGHT TO REJECT BIDS The Governing Board reserves the right to reject any or ati bids and to waive any irregularities or informalities in any bid or in the bidding. S. WITHDRAWAL OF BIDS No bidder may withdraw his bid, for a period of thirty i30i days after the date set for the openinR thereof. Dated at Redlands. California, this 19th day of May, 1965. CHARLES R. STULTZ. Clerk of said Governing Board. m0 BLACK & WHITE TV- Reg. ZENITH 19" Portable Television ..... $159.95 ZENITH 19" Portable Television 169.95 ZENITH 2.?" 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