Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on July 10, 1963 · Page 15
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Cigarette tax hike for school support proposed SACRAMENTO (UPD-The cigarette tax would be hiked two cents to help support schools, under a bUI Assemblyman Charies Garrigus, D - Keedley, said he would introduce Wednesday. "If people are gouig to become martyrs to lung cancer by smoking, this tax will allow some good to come of their sacrifice," said Garrigus, who is chairman of the Assembly Education Committee. Garrigus said the bill would "make certain that the legislature has a means of supplying the $50 million which California schools must have to meet the needs of our school children. "I can't believe that the people of California are not willing to pay this price for training the in telligence of our youth." The measure would raise the present tax on a package of cig' areltes from three to five cents. Garrigus introduced a similar tax bill during the general session. But he said he did not press for its passage "because of assur ances from the Department of Finance and the governor that ad ditional sufficient funds would be forthcoming" from aid to education bills. MAD NIGHT THURSDAY, JULY TTfh — 7to 11 P.M. IN OUR STORE Personal FILE CABINET Special 12'^ Gooseneck Adjusfable LAMP Special 208 E. STATE , Downtown Redlands Free Parking at- Rear of Store Sportsmen need not worry says Mrs. Davis SACRAMENTO (UPI) - Weekend sportsmen need not worry yet: Ne.\t year's hunting and fishing openers may still fall on Saturdays. Assemblywoman Pauline Davis, D-Portola, who was accused of killing a legislative bill to restore the Fish and Game Commission's regulatory powers, said today she will attempt to alleviate any inadvertent problem caused by the action during next year's budget session. The commission was stripped of its powers, effective next September, when the lawmakers adjourned their general session last month without passing a usually routine bill to extend the agency's authority to another two years. One practical effect of this was to eliminate the commission's power to reset opening dates to make them fall on Saturdays. Next year's trout season, for example, will open on Monday. Mrs. Davis said that if the governor puts the subject on "special call" she will introduce a "conditional" bill to restore the commission's regulatory powers. The condition would be a ban on shooting of all but three - point deer in northeastern California, one of her pet issues. "I have no complaint against tlie commission having regulatory powers," she said. "But I don't think we should ruin our deer herds." If the lawmakers don't go for this, Mrs. Davis said, she will carry a measure merely changing the opening dates so they'll fall on Saturdays. LibrarY announces films available during July A. K. Smiley Public Library announces the following 15 millimeter films available during July. ARGENTINA - (Color), 25 minutes, 1962. This film takes us to the various important regions of Argentina. BALANCE IN NATURE - (Color), 17 minutes. 1959. Life cycles of aphids and their enimies, ladybird beetles. (Filmscope Inc.) BLACK & WTIITE IN SOUTH AFRICA — (B&W), 27 minutes, 1959. South Africa, one of the largest members of the British Commonwealth, a country w i t h full self-government, has an acute race problem. The film gives a dispassionate appraisal of the motivations behind the policy of apartheid and the practice of segregation as a solution. (McGraw-Hill) THE CAPE ISLANDER - (Color), 14 minutes, 1961. This film tells the story of the Cape Lsland boats, a familiar sight in the waters of Nova Scotia. (Canadian Travel Film Librarj) FA.MILY OUTING - (Color). 17 minutes, 1949. A family camping trip to Banff National Park (Canadian Travel Films\ AN IMPRESSION OF LONDON — (Color), 14 minutes. 1955. The round-the-clock activities of a typical London day, described by a RETURNS FROM TRIP NEW YORK (UPD-Asst. Secretary of Staie for African Af- fau-s G. Mennen Williams said Tuesday night the African nations "are developing an increasingly strong anti-colonial policy." Williams, returning from a 19- day, 9-country visit to Africa, told newsmen that "leaders I spoke with urge strongly that self-determination and self-government be extended to all peoples of Africa." FREE DRESS! Buy one at regular price and receive another dress FREE — of the same price or less. THURSDAY NITE ONLY 15 E. State St. Downtown Redlands Sliger's MAD ^ir- r*"* "-"'^ THURSDAY. JULY lUh--7 to 11 P.M. Reg. 23" 3 way Comb. TV, AM-fM Stereo Phonograpli $398.50 23" 3 way Comb. TV, AM-FM Stereo Phonograph $498i0 24" 3 way Comb. TV, AM-FM Stereo Phonograph $550.00 23" Zenith Television (Maple) $329.95 23" Zenith Television (Used, new Picture Tube) . . . . Color Television (Console Mah) $699.00 free SW wM Mase cl tni Imlh hrtcble Tdit'ism Stereo Phonograph with AM-FM Radio . . . .$215.00 V/M Portable Stereo Phonograph $ 99.95 Columbia Portable Stereo Phonograph . . . $ 89.95 Zenith Portable Stereo Phonograph $109.95 V/M Stereo Phonograph (repossessed) Maple . $129.95 Columbia Portable Stereo Phonograph (reposs.) $ 84.95 SALE Starcic Spinet Piano (slightly used) with Bench . $695.00 Estey Piano 41" Console (slightly usedlwlth Bench $795.00 Conn Spinet Organ (slightly used) new guarantee $1450.00 Thomas Chord Organ (used, 1 yr. old) $995.00 Lowery Spinet Organ, used, original value . . $1450.00 Kay Electric Guitar (repossessed, with Case) . .$115.95 Rickenbacker Electric Guitar $249.50 FREVIEW SHOWING OF 1964 ZENITH TELEVISION $39850 $45000 $289« $44500 5 84 '5 $ 89 '5 $ 9995 $ 6995 n245 $39500 $54900 $ 89« $199 SLIGERS 109 E. Stote Som HoSiH Green Stamps on Me Iteas MUSIC REDUNDS young American girl as she records her impressions in her diary. (British Information Service). MARS AND BEYOND— (Color) 30 minutes, 1959. Discusses the temperature and atmosphere on the plane and conditions necessary for life. MOHAMMEDAN' WORLD: Be- GINNINGS AND GROWTH (B&W), 10 minutes, 1955. Reviews the history of the Mohammedan way of life and its impact on west- em culture. (Corone). QUETICO - (Color), 28 minutes, 1959. With the delicate camera eye of a visual artist. Chapman captures in color the essence of one of the most beautiful natural wildernesses in the world. Location; around Ontario, Canada. (Contemporarj-) RETURiV TO THE RIVTR (Color), 20 minutes, 1957. A docu-1 Redlands Daily Facts Wed, July 10, 1963 - 15 mentary of the Upper Missouri Basin. (Brandon) SAFETY ON THE WATER (B&W), 28 minutes, 1954. Explains the importance of $afety precautions and a knowledge of seamanship in the operation of small pleasure boats. (United World-Government Films Division) SHOEBOX FULL OF DREAMS — (Color), 29 minutes, i960. A delightful story about a migrant family, and particularly about Billie, the child who was most anxious to get an education. (NEA) A TIME OF WONDER — (Color), 13 minutes, 1961. Robert McClosky's nature book comes alive in this beautiful film. The story takes place on an island in Maine. (Weston Woods) TRIBUTE TO FANGIO — (B&W), 20 minutes. Reviews the outstanding races in which famous auto racing driver JuanJIanuel Fangio took part. S^£fc2!2j:k-L'^i: S2£^iS^l—Aa.^^"i2-i2uj«lu<S THURSDAY. JULY ITth — 7to 11 P.I ^"so diHerenf!" Laminated Vinyl PLACE MATS Neutral color, opaque background. Attractive sea-weed design. reg. $ 1.25 each NOW 59^ • Customer Parking Volidofed • You Moy Pork ill front 221 East State Heltn Vawter Across from Security Sank JfSst* VawtCr PENNEY'S AUWAYS FIRST QUALITY DOWNTOWN REDUNDS MAD NIGHT %mwMM. mem THURSDAY-7 to 11 P.M. ON STREET AND IN STORE SPECIALS IN BASEMENT STORE FABRIC VALUE! 4 YARD SPECIAL yards f»r I Colts and bolts at a terrfic low prieel CofJon Percales in specfoculor prints. Sensational colors for dreties, sportswear. SPECIAL SUMMER VALUES IN BETTER SPORTSWEAR COTTON! 57 Yard Our own better qoolity sporfsweor eotfons gll specially priced because quanllfres are Ir'mifedl Variety is big . . . prints, plains, sailcloths, homespuns, more. At this low, low price you'll want yards ... but hurryl FABULOUS! FAMOUS NAME ZIPPERS. 7".22" 2 10* Great savings on first quolify metal zippers in popular colors, 7 to 22" long. Gel a supply nowl Shop early! GREAT BUY! LIGHTWEIGHT CRAWLERS Infants' Cotton seersucker and baby cord crawlen with snap crotch for easy diaper changing. Wash and wear, so esy-care. BAkGAlHS GALORE! Cleanup Valua Brokan Si»$ VDO Men's Dress Shirts . . . Clearance Men's CoHon Jf %AA ^LL Walking Shorts Z^^ ^3 3** Broken Sizes Little or Na Ironing - MEN'S »4% Embossed Cotton PJ's . ^£ Wash and Wear MLL Girls' Cotton Plisse PJ's Reduced Assortment Broken Shes (4% ^jm Girls' Sweaters . . '3 ^ Entire Stock Reduced #4% Men's Straw Hats . *2 ^3 Aton'c Lifhtweiflht Wash and Wear Broken Stzet Dress Slacks Men's Nyien Reinforced Heel and Tea Cotton Sport Socks . . . i/^ Women's Elastic Lea jp Acetate Tricot Brief 5 ur ^1 Waterproof Cover CA Crib Mattress Many unadvertisad items . . . Leek for aur Clearanca Tables in Every Pe^rtment. SPECIAL! BOYS' 100% conoN SPORT SHIRTS sizes 6 to 18 77 pantastic at this price] Short sleeve models in newest light and dark patterns! Sanfor­ ized®, machine wash! WOMEN'S BEHER DRESSES REDUCED to CLEAR S3- $5 $7 .nd $9 Fabulous Value WOMEN'S SWIMWEAR f # One piece or two piece. Knits — Lasttx or Cotton w BOYS' BARGAIN VALUE 11V4-0Z. Western Jeans Stvr^Y Catten mLL Blue Oenim |00 Sizes 4 to H 1 GIRLS' BEHER DRESSES REDUCED to CLEAR MEN'S COTTON Print Sport Shirts OftC Sizes Oli Smelf, Mad., L^rga TERRIFIC SAVINGS! HUKHYl Men's Sportcoats Reduced $15 $18-*24 MEN'S SUIT BUY Tropical Weight Suits Miracia Blends t^A* ONLY • Allerallans not Included. mm # Women's Fashion Thongs SPECIAL PURCHASE 3 Smart Sfylas mM White, Tan ar Black |9V Sizes 5 to 9 • Pair BONUS BUY! FOLDING Web Patio Furniture 2 Folding A^ Folding A^ Chairs W Chaise V STORE HOURS: MON. • SAT. — 9:30.5:30 FRI. — 9:30 to 9 CHARGE IT!

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