Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on February 17, 1964 · Page 12
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BEN CASEY By NEAL ADAMS SHORT RIBS By FRANK O'NEAL 12-Monday, Feb. 17,1964 Redlands Daily. Facts DAN FLAGG By DON SHERWOOD MEANWHILE, 6UNNY ANP THE OTHERS I BEEN DISCOVERED. ITS THE INDIANS WOSE VUGOUT WE STOLE.' WE'VE MORTY MEEKLE By DICK CAVALLI T. WOULD SOU EKMBZ HAV& A PUMCH IN TUB UO€BOZ A KiOC IN VUJTAMB BOTH,' HEH HEH... TWONSODCmVDO BOTH THINSSATTHe 5AM&TIME! CAPTAIN EASY By LESLIE TURNER OUR BOARDING HOUSE with MAJOR HOOPLE OUT OUR WAY J. R. WILLIAMS JTHATLOOKS BETTER.'THIS* K&AU - V . PLACE HASN'T HAD A 600D ICLEANlMS SINCE THETIM& |X VlSrTED /IW COUSIM AND SOL) TRIED TO MAKE HOM.E '," IT TOOK THE: DIRT OFF ••Tut iVALLS-*-AND MOST OP TUB PAINT. MflRTUA, WHEN) ^100 .EMffKOlDEff 'THETKUTH 'ESAD, SHE'S TRYING] TO KEEP ME OM THE tlEFEMSIVe -^-SUTi '.X WOMDER WHV •$HE-DOESN'T MEtOTIOM AVY WRECKING HER CHAIR WITH MY :SPEAR?^-_— fjl ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIOS Notice it hereby given • that the Board of Education, Redlands Untiled School District. Sedlandj. California, will receive bids for furnishing all labor, materials, equipment, trans* porta lion and services necessary for and reasonably incidental to the construction and completion of a Nata- torlum consisting of two pools together with a building to house pool equipment to be located on the site of the Redlands Senior High School. Redlands. California, in strict accordance with plans and specifications prepared by the firm of Jess J. Jones. A.I.A. and Richard L. Poper, A.I.A.. Architects. Each bid shall be in strict accordance wtth plans, specifications and other contract documents now on file in the office of the Superintendent of Redlands Senior High School, Redlands. California. General contractors, plumbing contractors, heating, ventilating and air conditioning contractors and electrical contractors may obtain a maximum of two sets of plans and specifications upon deposit of Twenty-Five and 00/000 Dollars iS2S.00t per set, which deposit will be refunded upon the return of such copies, complete and in good condition, within ten <10> days after bids have been opened. Other contractors may obtain plans for $25.00 per set. No alien shall be employed by General Contractor or his subcontractors on this work. It is further understood and agreed that for each violation of the above stipulation, said contractor shall forfeit to the District as a penalty the sum of Ten T>o\\ars l$10.00> for each alien knowingly employed In the execution of this agreement, by him or by any subcontractor under him. for each calendar day, or portion thereof, during which such alien is permitted or required to labor in violation of this stipulation and the provisions of said Article <. Pursuant to the provisions of Article 1 and 2 of Chapter 1. Part 7. Division II of the Labor Code of The State of California, not less than the general prevailing rate of per diem wages and not less than the general prevailing rate of per diem wages for legal holiday and overtime work, for each craft or type of workmen needed to execute the work contemplated under this Agreement, as ascertained by the Redlands Unified School District and as set forth In the schedule of such wages specifically hereinafter set forth, shall be paid to all workmen employed on said work by the Contractor, or by any subcontractor doing or contracting to do any part of said work which schedule of wages is as follows: BASIC TRADES Hoarly Classification Wage Rate CARPENTERS Carpenter „ 14.30 Floorlayer _ _ „ 4.50 Millwright 4.50 Saw Filer 4.38 ACCEPTS INVITATION 0WENSB0R0, Ky. (UPD- Kentucky Wesleyan, the nation's fourth-ranked small college basketball team in the United Press International ratings, has become the first team to accept an invitation to appear in the NCAA south-central regional tournament at Durham, N.C., March 6-7. The Panthers, 14-4 tor the season, announced Thursday their acceptance of the invitation made by tourney director William R. Mabry. Table Power Saw Operator 4.40 FOREMAN: Receives not less than 40c per hour more than the hourly rate of the highest classification over which he has supervision, except Pneumatic Nailer. CEMENT MASONS Cement Mason - 4.14 Cement Mason (Composition or Mastlci _ - 4.26 Cement Floor Finishing Machine Operator 4J9 FOREMAN: Receives not less than 40c per hour more than the hourly rate of the highest classification over which he has supervision. IRO.V WORKERS Reinforcing Iron Worker _ 4.15 FOREMAN: Receives not less than 35c per hour more than the hourly rate of the highest classification over which he has supervision. LABORERS Laborers, General or Construction _ US Operators and Tenders of Pneumatic and Electric Tools, Vibrating Machines and simUar mechanical tools not separately classified herein 3.57 Asphalt Raker and Ironer 3.57 Concrete Curer — Impervious Membrane 3.55 Drillers PAII Othersi 3.65 Landscape Gardener and Nursery Man _ 3.46 Sandblaster iNozxlemam 3.B1 I - ••• • " .US ' shell. Crane or Pile Driver... 4.66 FOREMAN: Receives not less than 35c per hour more than the hourly rate of the highest operating engineers classification under his supervision. TRUCK DRIVERS Drivers of Dump Trucks of less than 4 yds. water level 3.82 Drivers of Dump Trucks — 4 yds. but less than 8 yds. water level _ 3.83 Drivers of Dump Trucks — 8 yds. but less than 12 yds. water level _ _ 3.90 Drivers of Trucks — Legal Payload capacity less than 6 tons 3.82 Drivers of Trucks — Legal Payload capacity between S and 10 tons „ 3.83 Drivers of Trucks — Legal Payload capacity between 10 and 15 tons _ -.. 3.90 Drivers of Dumpster Trucks— 4.20 Drivers of Transit-Mix Trucks— under 3 yds. 4.06 Drivers of Transit-Mix Trucks— 3 yds. or more... 4-20 Warehousemen and Teamsters... 3-74 FOREMAN: Receives not less than 25s per hour more than the hourly rate of the highest classification over which he has supervision SUB-TRADES ASBESTOS WORKERS Asbestos Worker - 4.76 BRICKLAYERS Bricklayer and Stone Mason.— 4.80 Brlcktender 3.70 Marble Setter 4.S95 Terrano Setter _ _. 4.10 Tile Setter 4.725 CARPET AND LINOLEUM LAYER Carpet. Linoleum and Soft Tile Layer 4.40 ELECTRICIANS Electrician General Foreman— 6.45 NOTICE INVITING BIDS 1. TIME OF OPENING Notice is hereby given that the Board cf Trustees of the Redlands Unified School District. Redlands. California, hereinafter referred to as the "Owner." will receive up to, but not later than 8:00 p.m. IP.S.T.I on the 24th day of February. 196*. sealed Proposals for the completion of Site Grading for the Mariposa Elemen tary School, at which time said Proposals will be publicly opened and read aloud. 2. WHERE RECEIVED Proposals will be received in the Board Room of the District Office at 25 West Lugonia Avenue. Redlands. California. 3. SECURING DOCUMENTS Each bid must conform and be responsive to all the pertinent Contract Documents. Copies are now on file for public inspection at the office of C. PAUL ULMEB. A1A. ARCHITECT. 388 Fourth Street. San Bernardino. California, and at the office of the School District Plans and Specifications and all pertinent Documents may be obtained for bidding only at the office of the Architect, upon the deposit of Ten Dollars i$10.00> per set. The deposit will be refunded upon the return of such copies in good condition within ten iioi days after the opening of the Bids. 4. PREVAILING WAGES Pursuant to the Labor Code of the State of California, the Board of Trustees has ascertained the general prevailing rates of per diem wages for each type of workmen needed to execute the Contract which will be awarded to the successful bidder, which prevailing rates are contained in said Specifications, adopted by the Board of Trustees, and the following rates are believed to be those now in effect: Classification Rate per Hour LABORERS General _ J3.36 Operator of Pneumatic and Electric Tools, etc 3.57 Roto-Scraper 3.57 Cribber or Shorer. 3.72 f MAI SON RANCH PARIS (UPI) — The newspaper Combat said today that since President Johnson's family moved into the White House the "Maison Blanche has become a maison ranch/' NOTICE OF It EARING OS" PETITION" FOR PRORATE OF WILL AND CODICIL AND FOR LETTERS TESTAMENTARY NO. 33353 In the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for the County of San Bernardino. In the Matter of the Estate of REBECCA JANE BACH. Deceased. Notice is hereby given that the petition of Robert W. Emmerson, for the Probate of Will of Rebecca Jane Bach, the above named decedent, and for the issuance of Letters Testamentary thereon to Robert W". Emmerson. petitioner, reference to which is hereby made for further particulars, will be heard a: 9:30 o'clock a.m.. on February 28, 1964. in the court room o f the Probate Department, Room 303 of the above entitled Court at the courthouse in the City of San Bernardino in the above designated county and state. Dated February 13. 1964. V. DENNIS WARDLE. Clerk. By /s/ Edith Campbell. Deputy Clerk, -'s/ JOHN P. O'CONNOR. Attorney for Petitioner. (First publication Feb. 17. 1964) Electrician Foreman .. _ 5.85 Cable Splicer „ 5.56 Electrician .- „ _ 5.26 GLAZIER Glazier _ 4.31 Driller, jackhammer. 2ta' drill steel or longer — 3.65 Fine Grader, Highway and Street Paving, or similar type _ _ — 3.46 Flagman —- 3-36 Powderman . 3.72 Riprap Stonepaver 3.55 Rock Slinger — 3.62 Watchman 2,70 Foreman — not less than -30c hour over highest classification OPERATORS SklpJoader, wheeltype, without dragtype attach.. yd- or less 4.02 Skiploader, wheeltype, over 3 » yd. and incl. 2 yds 4.56 Tractor Operator <dragtype shovel, bulldozer, tamper, scraper and push tractor or similar type* —- 4.56 Sandblaster (Pot Tender. Sewer Pipe Layer (Excluding Caulker) 3.67 Sewer Pipe Caulker (Using Caulking Tools' _ 3.53 Tar man and Mortarman 3.41 Watchman .. 2.70 Window Cleaner 3.35 FOREMAN: Receives not less than 30c per hour more than the hourly rate of the highest classification over which he has supervision. OPERATING ENGINEERS Apprentice Engineer, including Fireman, Oiler and Greaser... 339 Air Compressor, Pump or Generator Operator 3.73 Boring Machine Operator (excluding pneumatic or equipment of similar capacityi 4.37 Concrete or Asphalt Spreading, Mechanical Tamping or Finishing Machine Operator... 4.56 Concrete Mobile Mixer Operator ...... 4.66 Concrete Mixer Operator — Paving ~ 4.66 Concrete Mixer Operator — Skip Type _ - 4.02 Elevator Grader Operator 4.66 Elevator Holit Operator _ 4.26 Material Loader or Conveyer Operator — - 4.02 Motor Patrol Operator, including any type of power blade... 4.66 Oshkosh. DW 10. 20. 21 Euclid Scraper or Toumapull Operator - - 4.56 Pile Driver Operator. Skid Rig or Floating .... 4.66 Power Sweeper, Elgin or similar type equipment 4.37 Generator, Pump or Compressor Operator (3 or more portable unitsi 4.02 Generator, Pump or Compressor Plant Operator ~ 4.02 Roller Operator — 4.37 Skip Loader Operator — Wheel Type (without drag type attachments* _ 4.02 Screed Operator - 4.37 Tractor Hi-Lift Shovel. Athey. Euclid. Sierra or similar type front and loader operator.... 4.66 Tractor Operator — Bulldozer, Tamper, Scraper. Drag Type Shovel or similar type 4.56 Tractor Operator — Boom Attachments „ —— 4.66 Tractor Operator — Scraper or Drag Type Shovel Tandora™. 4.66 Trenching Machine Operator (7 ft. depth capacity, manufacturer's rating) 4.66 Universal Equipment Operator (Shovel, Back Hoe. Dragline Derrick, Derrick-Barge, Clam- GUNITE WORKERS Reboundman 3.475 Gun Man 3.935 Nozzle Man and Rod Man _ 4.275 HOUSEMOVERS Housemover — Foreman 4.065 Housemovcr — Journeyman 3.805 Junior Housemover (First 12 months* _. 3.575 Yard Maintenance Man _ 3.805 IRON WORKERS Fence Erector 4.80 Ornamental Iron Worker 5.00 Structural Iron Worker. ~ 5.00 LATHERS Lather (Metal Furrlngi 4.345 Lather 'Metal Furring) Foreman 4.795 Lather (Nail On> 4.345 Lather (Nail On) Foreman „ 4.72 PAINTERS Painter, Brush _ 4.25 Painter. Brush. Swing Stage— 4,37 Painter, Steel and Brtdffe 4.37 Painter. Steel and Bridge. Swing Stage 4.52 Painter, Spray Gun or Sandblaster 4.50 Painter. Spray Gun or Sandblaster. Swing Stage - 4.62 PLASTERERS Plasterer Foreman 4.S2 Plasterer 4.445 Plasterer Tender 4.35 PIPE TRADES Plumber — Foreman 5.31 Plumber 4.83 Plumber — Lead or Cement Caulker 4.83 Steamfltter — Foreman 5.31 Steamfitter 4.83 Sprinkler Fitter ~ 5.19 Sprinkler Fitter — Foreman 5.565 ROOFERS Roofer 4.40 Roofer — Foreman 4.75 SHEET METAL Sheet Metal Worker. ~ 502 TILE. MARBLE OR TERRAZZO HELPERS Marble Setter Helper. 3.655 Tile Setter Helper 3.92 Terrazzo — Base Machine Operator 4.06 Terrazzo — Floor Machine Operator and Helper 3.795 Should any of the foregoing hourly rates not be in accordance wtth latest posted wage rates, then the latest posted wage rate will govern. It shall be mandatory upon the Contractor to whom the contract is awarded and upon any subcontractor under him to pay not less than the said specified rates to all laborers, workmen and mechanics employed by them in the execution of the contract. Notice is hereby given that all bidders may submit with their bids a sworn statement of their financial responsibility, technical ability and experience. Such sworn statement may be required to be furnished before award Js made to any particular bidder. Each bid shall be accompanied by certified or cashier's check or a bid bond for five per cent (5^i ot the amount of the bid and made payable to the order of the Redlands Unified School District. Each bid shall be sealed and filed In the office of the Superintendent of Schools office on or before 8:00 p.m. Thursday, March 5. 1364. shortly after, which they shall be publicly opened and read aloud. The above mentioned check bond shall be a guarantee -that the bidder will enter into the contract If awarded to him and will be declared forfeited If the successful bidder refuses to enter into said contract after being requested to do so by the School Board. The School Board reserves the right to reject any or all bids, or waive any Informality in a bid. No bidder may withdraw his bid for a period of thirty (30) days after the date set for the opening thereof. Signed. CHARLES R. STTJLTZ. First publication Feb. 10. 1964 Second publication Feb. 17, 1964 Bid opening Mar. 5, 1964 Tractor Operator—with Boom attachments - 4.26 Universal Equipment Operator (shovel, back hoe, drag­ line, derrick, clamshell, crane, mucking, etc. — 4.66 Loader Operator. Sierra. Hancock, Euclid or similar type _ 4.66 Multiple Engine—Earth Moving Machinery Operator. „ 4.68 Foreman—not less than .35c hour over highest classification TEAMSTERS Various classifications, dump truck drivers — lowest _ 382 highest _. 4-53 Water or Tank type Truck Driver, under 2500 gallons 3-88 Water or Tank type Truck Driver. 2500 gallon/4000 gal- Ions _ „ 4.00 Water or Tank type Truck Driver. 4000 gallons and over „ 4.12 DW 10 and DW 20 Euclid-type Equipment, Le Tourneau Pulls. Terra Cobras and similar type equipment; also PB and similar type trucks when performing work within the Teamster jurisdiction, regardless of type of attachments ~ 4.765 Winch Truck Driver — 12 ( 2C per hour additional when operating power winch or similar special attachments Truck Greaser and Tirernan— 4.15 Truck Repairman ~ 4.765 Truck Repairman Helper. 4.035 AH foremen not herein separately classified shall be paid not less than twenty-five cents i.25ci per hour more than the hourly vroge rate of the highest classification over which he has supervision. Apprentices may be employed in, conformity with Section 1777.5 of the| California Labor Code. NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 33301 Superior Court of the State of California, lor the County of San Bernardino. Estate of RICHARD A. BERG IN. Deceased. Notice is hereby given to the creditors of the above named decedent that all persons having claims against the said decedent are required to file them, with the necessary vouchers, in the office of the clerk of the above entitled court, cr to present them, with the necessary vouchers, to the undersigned at 5'^ East State Street. Redlands, California, which is the place of business of the undersigned in all matters pertaining to the estate of said decedent, within six months after the first publication of this notice. Dated February 7. 1964. PHILIP S. BERG IN, Executor of the Estate of the above named decedent. EDWIN R. HALES, Attorney at Law. 5' 3 East State Street, P. O. Box 188. Redlands, California, Telephone: 793-5431. Attorney for Executor. First publication Feb. 10, I964i under him to pay not less than said general prevailing rates of per diem wages to all workmen employed In the execution of the Contract 5. PROPOSAL FORM Each Proposal shaii be made In duplicate on a form to be obtained at the office of the Architect. Each Proposal shall be sealed in a plain envelope 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 Board of Trustees of the District at or before the time stated above. 6. BID GUARANTEE a. Each bid shall be accompanied by a certified or cashier's check or Bid Bond for five per cent (5f*. of the amount, 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 wilt enter into the Contract if awarded to him. In the event the bidder refuses to execute the said Contract, the use by the public of said structure will be delayed and the public will suffer great damage. From the nature of the case, it would be extremely difficult and impracticable to fix said amount of damage. Therefore, the District and the bidder agree that the above sum shall be paid to the District under the conditions above set forth as liquidated damages and not as forfeiture. 7. RIGHT TO REJECT BIDS The Board of Trustees reserves the right to reject any or all bids and to waive any irregularities or informalities in any bid or in the bidding. 8. WITHDRAWAL OF BIDS No bidder may withdraw his bid for a period of thirty (30> days after the date set for the opening thereof. REDLANDS UNIFrED SCHOOL DISTRICT CHARLES R. STTJLTZ. Clerk, Board of Trustees. First Publication: February 10. 1964 It shall be mandatory upon the Contractor to whom a contract is I Second Publication: February 17,1964 awarded and upon all sub-contractors'Bid Opening: February 24, 1964 SIDE GLANCES By Gill Fox CARNIVAL By Dick Turner "My father claims that the most fortunate thing about being- a teen-ager is that ft can't last!" TIZZY By Kate Osann • mtfcr MU.hcT.fc tt& fag, on. .'Congress is the only body authorized to make laws? Boy! That*s going to be news to Mom!" "Are you sure you're not handing out mora than you're taking in?"

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