Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on February 12, 1969 · Page 20
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 20

Redlands, California
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Wednesday, February 12, 1969
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Redlonds Doily Facts ( fQ/l _/„_ 20-Wedn«de.y, Feb. 12. 1969! "^P" P'"^ IW W WL W TM !>, OS- 0«f. ROBIN MALONE By Bob Ubbers -AND mxrVrSaiFAIf/, CMWeiMS THSTa«S NAIVE fK%<*«AWM5'7J7 'BOBIUS'WILLWVE., WINTHROP By DICK CAVALU ( iM -xom, |FMaOmOS2WEKr m ^ONALnyCHANGE.. Our Beardwg Hew* WM OUT OUR WAY By J. R. WIUIAMS ?a><CNAMC35FDK«20.' I\tTOASW£0PP00SH IN'ACARPeAWS.'rM H0lJeST »25PRDFrr/ ASIE 4ftLE5VlAN- > WASJTTO GUSH The day in Sacramento By Un!M Prtts Inlwiutianal Men, cars, tires team to boost Daytona speeds THE GOVERNOR Vcneman — Said tbe resigna tion of RepubUcan Assemblyman John Veoeman for eral post "does cause a Icm" for Assembly Republ but refused to coodemo man. Oil — Said be had been reassured that the Union Oil Company and the federal sov-eni- ment would compensate for damafie done to southern California beaches by the recent oil leak. Basley — Commented that Assemblyman William Bagl^'s support for an income tax with- boMing proposal "puts us on tie opposite side ol the fence again." Dissidents — Said he thinks college and university dissidents should be "isolated and e.xpos- ed" and then expelled. THE SENATE Committee approved Education Enrollment — Appropriates! ! SS miUion to finance enrollment 'costs of 3^5 new students at. the state collcfies.* To finance esigna -l ^ ilicans.^ M >''^r THOUGH THE DAYTONA SPEEDWAY it barred from pbotographers dnrteg pre- Daytara SM tire Uita, wa eaterprisiog spy maoajed to click one oS wliile Buddy Baker roared by ia a Dodje Cbarger. By BOB COCHNAR : skirmish in the countrj-, known Isaacs, Paul Goldsmith and DA^TO.NA BEACH. FI a. as the Daytona 500. lap speeds Baker, with Ford fielding David j committee. (AB93 - WUson, R- (NEA) - There was a Ume, are likely to be upwards of I90 Pearson, the defending Grand ' T i £!f^^ not too long ago. wten the Big m.p.h. National champion. Pettv. DMJ- iniroduccd ; Daddy of Southern Racing of -i In recent tire tests at the big nie Allison, JIario .Andretti and .Columbus-Changes dcsigna-ifcrcd $10,000 to the first man!tri^)val. Dodge's Buddy Baker .A. J. Ho>-t. .12.° I ™ to; who drove a ISO-miles-per-hourj was able to average close to I The tire companies are also Explorers Day. (SB304-Dy-^ lap at the 193 m.p.h. And Ford's Donnie J Imally. D-Los Angeles.) Punidi — Provides that rcc- wis must be kept for physical punishment administered by teachers to children and requires parents to be notified either was a safe bet, thought Bill ! France. But FVanca ^'t tednn with technology and the fierce detcnnioatioo of tfa« drivers. Allison, with a new engine, Education — Tightens require-- averacc rin '^stur ^uS'^pi ^ij-.s^"^^ ing." he said, "160 m.p.h. was j regularly presented incredulous onlookers with 189 ni.p.Ii. speeds. Lee Roy Yarborough, whose end-of-the-race dice with Cale last year ataiost took the race from <3ale. says that "any cap- squared off. Now that Fircstooo has pays drivers only if its rubber That was be spent for expressed purpos- tJ:^ - " time. Groups — Provides fordisrois- ^^mi^^tvi^ n,- J =. v .v, - ""^^ <~ „,„ .•^1 or suspension of college stu- JV^ any:»~. dents who belong to a group in-!°" ^ txt^^^^A wiied-to-wheel trouble C!). volvcd in campus violence. (SB is used — Goodyear still dispenses contracts — it ^sifl be interesting to see who wears what Last year, most drivers used a special compound Goo^ear tire in qualifying rounds because of its speed and stability !for short (distances. But many switched to Firestone for th« I long run. making the Blue­ jackets most unhappy. This ia cightiable race driver can ^A\^^i^'^tl^J^\TJ^^^^r^ . • „ ,u rv . I 1. Probably 100.000 or more pe<v Ibimsclf tothcDajtona irackso wUl filter into Dayto« Beach and environs for the race. For those who wt)n't be 292 — Whetmore. R-La Habra.)|I>islrict. (•AB447 — Foran. D- Pools — Tightens contract requirements between homeowner and swimming pool contractor San Francisco.) Butter — Establishes grade dry buttermilk and to prevent hidden costs. (SB28S; l^andands. (AB446 — Belotti. R- —\\'hetmore. R-La Habra.) At these speeds, you have to' „ should be some race, what its THE ASSEMBLY Introduced Welfare — TVansfers the ad mmistration of welfare programs from the counties to the state. {AB437 — Burton. D-San Francisco.) gclcs county. (ACR 45 — Gon- Property — Makes older ap-; salves, D-La Mirada.) artments which fit the "condo-j Tax — Removes sales tax on minium" category eligible fori beverages and homes that arc think of eveo'thing. You have! Euit!ka.) SUte — Appropriates $3 ma -ifcecp each driver in mind. You hon state eoUcge emergency j know the ones you can rely on fund. <AB«5 — Warren. D-Losjand the ones you can't You querors. Angeles.) MDk — Requests Department of Agriculture to reexamme cer- play rookies by ear. With Plymouth essentially out Itified raw milk ban in Los An -I^l ^^^t ^jTlf F ^'l^^lir ...los ^mi« Mri» _ /-o., switched to Ford), the man- property tax exemptions. (ACR 47 — Lanterman, R-La Canada.) Vote — Reduces minimum voting age from 21 to 18. (<VB449. ACAia— McGec, R-Van Nuys.) Sale! — Requires sales and service contracts to be printed in both Spanish and English. (AB453 — Wilson. R-San Diego.) Transit — Authorizes transit and rapid transit districts to carry freight and mail as well as passengers. (AB452 — McGee, B-Van Nuys.i Welfare — Permits county to pay up to S300 per family per month in support if a person under a court order to pay support and fails to do so. (AB 451 — McGee. R-Van Nuys.) Fees — Imposes fire protec tion and camping use fees. (AB 450 — .McGee, R-Van Nuys.) Pollute —Doubles tbe per diem and yeariy compensation of the board of directors of the] Bay Area Air PoUution Control ufacturers' fight will be between Ford and Dodge. Dodge claims Bobby Allison (Donnie's broth- „ _ mo7;d"'^.;;''5,e'"l ^rtio^ wherol")' ^'"••"^ Glotzbach. Bobby a PlymouthrHbV'wiiTfte ti;^" hold up? And spectatois may get a few answers to the unspoken questions. Can a driver reaDy COB. trol his car at tremendous speeds for SCO miles? What wiU the G-forces do to him on the banked turns? Can Richard Petty perform the same miracles with a Ford as he did with they are purchased. (AB444— Baglcy, R-San Ansebno.) Groceiy — Requires study before changing formula for collecting sales tax from grocery stores. (AB443 — Bagley, R-San Anselmo.) Vets — Permits a legal rep- ment System board of administration. (AB434 — Quimby, D Rialto.) Blind — Raises the ma.ximum grant for aH to the blind by $4. (AB433 — Zenovich, D-Fresno.) Funds — Permits state allo- rescnUUve to file affidavit fori cation board to loan funds to Board allows funds for school sites _ S.4CR.\MENT0 (UPI) - "nia person claiming veterans' ex-! school d^tricts to buy l^d fo ^l^JJ^^^'^^^^^ nance construction, planning and purchase of sites by school districts. Districts, by county, who received more than $100,000 included: Capistrano Unified, $410,372, emption. Napa.l Firemen — Provides workmen's compensation death or disability benefits for local firemen killed or injured while fighting fire or protecting life even when not acting immediate direction of employer. (AB 439 — Duffy, R-Hanford.) Rate — Requires interest rates on mortgages, deeds of trust and loan contracts. (AB 436 — Fenton. D-Montebello.) Retire — Adds members to the Public Employes' Retfre- (AB442 — Dunlap, D- school sites. (AB428 —LeRoy Greene, D-Sacramcnto.) Pension — Permits state, counties and cities to make con tributions to pension funds the same as private employers. (AB 424 — Townsend, D-Torrance.) Transit — Establishes the California Transportation Study in Orange; Pahn Springs Uni- Commission to study all forms! fied, $681,747, in Riverside; Hes- of mass transportation. (AB422iperia, $275,029, Rialto Unified, —Z'Berg, D-Sacramcnto.) | $363,900, San Bernardino City Narcotics — Eases restric-; Unified. SL3 million, in San tions on treatment of narcotics Bernardino; Cajon Valley Union, addicts. (AB4I9 — Vasconcel- 1 5206,920, South Bay Union, $937,los. D-San Jose.) i836, in San Diego. SHORT RIBS By Ffoik O'Neal ?0 £vps WTrJ %t mm. ^OUDOHTlOOKSOpRtny 'iOtiaSS.lF.HU.Af FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By MERRILL BLOSSER DIPViOleETA —AMD WMW V\'£ WEK LOOWMO UP, \ <3000 iOOK AT I eoT HIT CM we HEAD sy EMPT-/ IT? 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