The San Francisco Examiner from San Francisco, California on September 19, 1969 · 52
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The San Francisco Examiner from San Francisco, California · 52

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Friday, September 19, 1969
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Pagt 52-gX&nHnrr Fit, Sept. 19, 1969 Port to Expand Far East Terminal at India Basin The Port of San Francisco went ahead today with plans to construct a 50 acre $19 million terminal for Pacific Far East Line at India Basin. The Bay Conservation and Development Commission issued a permit yesterday for 13'i acres of fill to round out the area for two shipping berths, a large cargo shed and more than 40 acres of container and cargo storage space. The vote was 18-0 with Commissioner Bernice May abstaining. BCDC Executive Director Joseph Bodovitz noted the LASH (lighter aboard ship system) "is an exciting new concept that "will permit shallow water areas around the Bay to be developed into barge terminals without additional dredging." The system is based on a mother ship which docks at its main terminal or anchors in the bay and puts loaded barges over the side to be towed to destinations ashore. PFEL is building six new LASH ships at a cost of $22.5 million each. The commission urged the Port Commission to study means of public access to the huge new terminal. The PFEL terminal is the forerunner of others that eventually will total 230 acres of container or LASH type operations on the San Francisco waterfront. Port officials say they will need approval of an addition al 45 acres of fill to complete the planned terminals. India-Built 3ITG BOMBAY - (AP) - The first made-in-India MIG21 jet fighter is scheduled to roll off the production line next July. The Soviet-design plane is being assembled at Nasik. GRAFFITI by Leary wmm Plumbers Get Raise w co---W No Surplus Cash ROME (AP) A survey showed 48.6 percent of the Italian people were unable to save money in 1968. The per-c e n t a g e without surplus funds ran to 53 percent in the central and southern areas. LOS ANGELES - (AP) -j A Southern California plumb-' ers strike that lasted 80 days has ended with a package increase of $3.51 an hour in wages and fringe benefits over the next three years. Contract agreement was reached yesterday. The journeyman scale has been $8.11 an hour in wages and benefits. The figure will be $11.62 by the end of the new three-year contract. In the first year of the contract, retroactive to July 1, plumbers will receive an in crease of $1.19 an hour. After two years they will start working a 4-day week. Heat on Obscenity MILAN - (AP) - In the first eight months this year a record 449 publications for men only were seized in Italy on grounds of obscenity. Ryder System Ryder System Inc. an-iporary Personnel, to operate nounced the formation of a I temporary help employment new subsidiary, Ryder Tern-1 agencies. " coupon SPECIALS Thif coupon is worth QC at all Rawion Drug Xacfcf toward fho purchoio of VITALIS Largs Six 1.25 rhlfl coupon will bm rorfoomod only mt Rawcon Rack.. ' Thfi coupon If Invalid aftor Oct. 9, 1969. ROM TRIP ISCO to m nc PASADENA 2 For calls after 6 D.m. weekdays and all weekend. 3 minutes station-to-station, plus tax, (g) r 15? ' f i - '0tvL j,oi- ,' V V I I . - .. -- f . 1 . s Intent oiraiLflcIhi to fc feeoimfai if srmnaDDir mm 7 Mem IVH H LI T. I .il I - Ml 1 1 I I I I I I I It I II I I 1 11 I tfl I I V I Jllrl II.Li 1 1 Yl IL I 1 make you squirm. The not-too-small Nova Coupe seats five adults. Sedan, six. And you get windows instead of portholes. A bona fide trunk. And a wide-stance ride on all!" wheelbase. Further, you have a happy choice of six engines and five trans missions (including low-cost, no clutch Torque-Drive). . And Nova is anything but dowdy. See above. Certainly, little cars have to be more than a little uneasy abouf Nova's easy price. 1 1 It simply doesn't cost that much more to B-&&i&vf own that much more car. Putting you first, keeps us first. OnTheMove.

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