Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on July 10, 1963 · Page 9
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 9

Redlands, California
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Wednesday, July 10, 1963
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RED HAVEN FREESTONE PEACHES PRICES EFFECTIVE THURSDAY THROUGH SUNDAY, JULY 11-14 LBS. KELLOGG'S Cereals YOUR CHOICE PACKAGE 29 CORN FLAKES, 12-OZ: PK6. RICE KRISPIES, 9'A-OZ. PKG, SPECIAL K, 6 Vi-OZ.PKG. FRESH LARGE ROYAL 2 25' FLAVOR'S Ih4—CALORIES OUT SHASTA LOW CALORIE BEVERAGES 19 IN CONVENIENT CANS " 12-OZ. 5100 CANS LIPTON Instant Tea 3-OZ. JAR, 75e— PRICE INCLUDES 10c OFF LABEL. I Ji-OZ. JAR 43* J{arJtet <3astet APPLE TIME PPLE SADCE 9 JUICE 3 3 n TREE TOP n HILLCREST I6-0Z. CANS 46-OZ. CANS KIDNEY BEANS 25< 10-OZ. PKG. H I H O txfk^m Mipiehrt dressing 49^ f ^R PAN ~ Pemt Butter 2EE ASSORTED"COLORS Toilet Tissue GOLD MEDAL Flour KITCHEN TESTED $100 $100 35' ^9* 'TopQuoSiin Meats GROUND FRESH HOURLY GROUND BHf 33 GROUND SHOULDER 99 GROUND ROUND/ LB. <5c FARMER JOHN SKINLESS PORKUNK 5-00 SAUSAGE 4 ""^^ I FOR BAKING OR FRYING Snowdrift 3-LB. CAN 4 ROLL PKG. Little Friskies I-LB. PKG. 29^ 25* STA CRISP Crockers l-LB. PKG. CHOCOLATE FLAVORED Nestle's Quik 1-LB.CAN 53* 23* 39* Martet . aster , DAWN FRESH Mushroom Sauce 3 =&sf 25^ HEAVY DUTY LIQUID DETERGENT Mir 'A-GAL $115 CAN I Wisk PRICE INCLUDES 12c OFF LABEL MARKET BASKET LOW SUDSING Detergent $439 lO-LB PKG. I 10-LB. PKG. 20-LB. PKG.. Sa.3> LOADED WITH SOAP S.O.S. Pods PKG, OF 18 39' U.S.D.A. GRADED CHOICE BEEF SWISS STEAK ROUND CUT THICK LB. LARGE END RIB ROAST 69' 79' 6y SMALL END RIB ROAST, LB. 7>c WELL TRIMMED RIB STEAKS BONELESS ROUND STEAK BONELESS TOP ROUND OR CUBE STEAK YOUR CHOICE LB. BONELESS SIRLOIN TIP ROAST LB. BONELESS RUMP ROAST LB. 89' 89* 79* SUGAR ADVENTURE LIGHT MEAT CHUNK STYLE TUNA 5 6Vi-OZ. $100 CANS I ALL VARIETIES g^g^ Superio Noodles 'i^ 33 MAKE A TUNA AND NOODLE CASSEROLE. MARKET BASKET—l-LB. CTN. SAFFLOWER 0C( MARGARINE Id JOHN SMOKED PICNIC SHOULDERS C LB. 29 PRE-SLICED LB., 39e TUREK-MECK FROZEN BREADED TURKEY MEAT DRUMSTICKS TUREK-MECK FROZEN—YOUR CHOICE BUnSR BEEF or BUnER VEAL STEAKS PATMAN'S LEAN BONELESS CORNED BEEF ROUNDS 12.0Z. PKG. 12-OZ. PKG. 59« 69' Martel MANHATTAN BRAND FRANKFURTERS I-LB. PKG. 39* MANHATTAN BRAND VACUUM PACKED RING BOLOGNA or KNACKWURST I2OZ.PKG. MARKET BASKET -8-OZ. CONTAINER SANDWICH SPREAD WISCONSIN AGED CHEDDAR CHEESE ^- 49« 69* «-CUP, ASSORTED SHAPES CERAMIC TEAPOTS HAND DECORATED DESIGNS EACH PLASTIC CONTAINERS WITH COVERS FOOD SAVERS SET OF 3 69 69 C I DOWNYFLAKE WAFFLES 6 IN PKG. 10- ASSORTED COLORS. BOX OF 400 NEW MAGIC OVAL WITH TWO-WAY DISPENSING! sconiES FACIAL TISSUE 5Jf PKG. 49'^ 35« KOLD KIST SIRLOIN TIPS OR CREAMED CHICKEN KOLD KIST BEEF STEW PKG. KOLD KIST OCC CHILI KOLD KIST BEEF PINNER MINUTE AAAID EACH 49c 2 12.0Z. CANS 69* MAJESTY BRAND CANNED BACON l-LB. CAN DANISH IMPORT, NEEDS NO REFRIGERATION. MORRELL'S YORKSHIRE EASTERN SLICED BACON l-LB. PKG. OSCAR MAYEK, SUCED lACOH, l -LB. SUPERSARAN PXa, Me OSCAR MAYER, THICK SLICED, S-LB. PK&, 49* BOB'S BLUE CHEESE, SOUR CREAM, HAMBURGER, ?000 ;SLAND. TOMATO & %?\Ci., SHRIMP Oft TARTAR. SAUCE t% g.OZ $ DRESSINGS O B^'' ROQUEFORT CHEESE, 8-OZ. EOT., 3 >e MARKET BASKET J|||{ GELATIN SAUDS ;|oo 29 {Market o3asket • m Add Sales Tax to Taxable Items Redlands Daily Facts Wed., July 10, 1963 - 9 Seventeen Scouts complete mountain hike There'll be a new Boy Scout unifonn patch making its appearance within the Grayback Council in the near future. Seventeen boys earned theirs this weekend as the pioneer group. It's not an easy patch to earn. It comes equipped with bJistered feet and acliing bodies. For it's a patch for participating in a new scout hiking program known as the "Nine Peaks Hike." A. R. White, Council hiking and backpacking committee chairman not only was responsible for the new program but participated with the boys. Si.x other adults also led the group. The final hike was just this weekend. The group started up the Vivian creek trail from Mill Creek Canyon Friday at 2:20 p.m. The first night stop was on High creek. Saturday morning, they hiked to the summit of Mt. San Gorgonio, then down to Jepson, climbed a little Charlton, then Charlton. From there, they followed the Dollar Lake saddle west to Shields Peak and finally pitched camp at Trail Fork Springs. Saturday evening they hiked to Anderson peak by moonlight before turning in. Sunday morning they hiked up the East peak of Mt. San Bernardino for a church service, then up to the main peak and finally back to Camp Angelus by 4 p.m. This hike along the lesser used mountain trails was the finale of a program which started in February. The first hike was a day trip to Lost Creek above Forest Home and three other hikes foUow^ed. Any first class scout with a hiking merit badge could qualify but each scout did not have to participate in each hike. T^vo weeks ago, hotvever, there was a qualification hike from Idyllwild to Mt. San Jacinto — about 24 miles round trip. Scouts qualifying for the new uniform patch are Bob De Bauw, Bob Lawrence, Mark Moore, Ronnie Price, Ray Buland, Jim White, AnthMiy Lengerich. Phil Snowden, Mike Boyle, Dennis Gatch. Bob Bierma, Larry King, Bob Capon, Tom Steele. John Shaw, Mike Carpenter, and Jim Reaghard. Adult leaders, in addition to 3Ir. mite, were Ted F. DeBauw, Pete Garretson, William Dunkerl, Andy snuth, Bob Brown and Di.wn Collins. Don't push too far in day of vacation driving With California highways carrying large numbers of vacationing motorists. Highway Patrol Commissioner Bradford M. Crittenden this week warned against that subtle, silent enemy — fatigue. "Frequently vactioners attempt to push too far in one day. They are driving on the fringe of exhaustion by day's end. "Last year, 212 drivers who were fatigued or apparently asl were involved in fatal accidents in California, and 3,439 such drivers were involved in injury accidents." The commissioner pointed out that a "sensible pattern to follow is that spelled out by law for drivers of vehicles designed or used to transport persons for compensation. "These persons cannot drive a vehicle more than 10 consecutive hours, nor more than 10 hours spread over a total of 15 consecutive hours. Thereafter, the driver cannot operate the vehicle again until eight consecutive hours have elapsed." The commissioner also offered these tips to avoid fatigue: "Make frequent stops. Walk around for a few moments, stretch, and, if possible, take a short nap to prevent the possibility that you might doze at the wheel." Ultra-violet light speeds mail sorting Ultra-violet li^t has teamed up with photo electric eyes for high­ speed man sorting. Postmaster General J. Edward Day announced Saturday the beginning of field tests Aug. 1, in Dayton, Ohio, ia viadi envelopes bearing airmail stamps larinted with special luminescent ink will be separated from untreated mail at an over-all rate of 30,000 per hour. If the tests are successful eventually all stamps WHI be phosphor-tagged. Treatad Stamps A small, black box added to the facer-cancelling machine will "recognize" and s^arate specially-treated airmail stamps in the field tests. Engineers said the modification is relatively inexpensive. It was conceived and is being developed by Post Office Department research scientists working in cmjunction with the National Cash Renter Co.. Dayton, OWo, and climaxes experiments that have been going on for more than three years.

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