Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on February 26, 1969 · Page 15
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 15

Redlands, California
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Wednesday, February 26, 1969
Page 15
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Downtown Month - End Redlands Values Redlands Daily Facts i Wednesday, Feb. 26, 1969-15 PepiMRl Sight HOLLYWOOD (UP I) George Peppard and Columbia Pictures got together and signed the coptract for the actor to star in the title role of "Tlie Lord High Executioner." 1.. .^jsSiii.. f' TOUGH GOING IN LOMA LINDA — The gasoline pumps really were on an "island" late yesterday at this service station on Redlands boulevard at Anderson-Tippecanoe. Unidentified youth tries to make headway against the rampaging flood waters. Loma Linda was hard hit when San Timoteo creek knocked out the Anderson street bridge, then sloshed out of its channel and down Redlands boulevard. (Facts photo by C. J. Kenison) REDLANDS GUARD UNIT MOBILIZED — LL VTilliam McCabe (center) briefs members of Company A, 160th Infantry, moments before some 70 members of the Redlands National Guard unit left yesterday by truck convoy for Ontario. The unit was mobilized for duty in guarding evacuated homes in the west end of the county against possible looting. . (Facts photo by Herb Pasik) Forest Service receives shipment of new frees The San Bernardino National Forest received their annual shipment of forest tree seedlings today. 70,000 trees, groim at the Forest Service nurserj- in Placcn'iUe, wiil be used to reforest biusbfields. burned-over land and other areas lacking in native trees. The trees will be planted by Forest Service cre«-s at several locations throughout the Forest from Sansevaine ridge above lortle Creek to Converse Flat on the Santa Ana River; from Big Bear to Idyllwild. In additioo to the common ponderosa and Jeffrey pines, hy -i brid trees such as jeffiiey-coalter pine cross and monterey-knob -i cone cross win be used. These hybrids bave been developed at the Forest Service Institute of Forest Genetics in P/acerviUe. In areas where smog is killing the ponderosa. Jeffrey and coulter pines, the more resistant Sequoia big tree and sugar pioc will be planted. While the heavy rains have caused damage in many places, the wet soil shoukl result in ex- cellcnl sur\ival ol the tiny trees this spring. The trees are 12 to 18 inches high and have been grown for one year in the sandy nursery beds. When they are lifted from the beds they are packed bare-root in moist mod excelsior and shotted express to Del Rosa viae they are held in a cold-storage locker until the planting creirs are ready iw them. LO.M. i/ TREMENDOUS V BARGAINS / STOREWIDE 26 E. Staff St. Downtown Rodlands taiAvre CIDST ni lAI ITV V ALWAYS FIRST QUAUTY OPEN MONDAY & FRIDAY NIGHTS •TIL Penneys Famous Fashion Manof draperies reduced thru Saturday! 'JEWEL TEX' lelf-insulated modern texture in handsome rayon/cotton nubby weave. Smart in every room! Machine wash, never iron! Colors for every decorating scheme. SO^xdS" Sill LENGTH REG. 10.98 NOW 50''x84", 90" FLOOR LENGTH REG. 11.98 NOW 9.44,,. 9.99,, — Illustrafed Below — 'TIQUE' self-insutoled lavish [acquard weave. Beautiful caHon/rayon in elegant pattern that goes with all decors. Machine wash, never ironi 2 year sunfad* guarantee.* * • Rich decorator colort. 50 "x63" sill lenglh Reg. 7.98 NOW 6.99 P«Jr S0''x84'', 90" floor length Reg. 8.98 NOW 7.44 iw!' * * *lf color fades within 2 years, return it to us for refund or free replacement. Sizes available for all your windows. In stock or rush ordered. GET YOUR WINDOWS READY FOR SPRING AND SAVE! CHARGE IT! enneiff AUMKYSmSr QUAUTY FOR WOMEN Dresses Reduced $4 fo $10 We have a whole rack of reduced dresses. Juniors, misses & half sizes. Reg. $5 to $15. Misses' SkirH ...... $6 Beautiful pastel plaids & soUds. Asst. colors & broken sizes. Reg. $8. Turtlenecic Shells & Blouses 188 Beautiful colors. Broken azes in limited supply. Res. f4 to 16. 1.44 Blouses Asst. styles of prints, checks, etc. in broken azes. Beg. $4. Skirts Reduced 99^ Ass'L styles sad colon. KneePonfs .... 99«&1.99 Ass't styles and colors. Beg. 2X to 4.98. Full L«Kith Robes .... $11 " Uted nylon lobes. E- $15. Beantifiil quitted acetate ft Asst colors k broken sizes. UungeWeor $11 Beaotifiil cuDottes of 73% amd triaceUte and 25% ayloo. Asst. cokw in broken sizes. Reg. $15. • QuiifiidRobes . . . . $6&$7 I08« coUoB in beaiitifiil prinb in K«. and eUn laise sizes. Limited n^fpiy. Beg. $8 and $8. -OF-MONTH SPECIAL BUY Career Girl Uniforms . . $5 Asst. styles in white. Broken sizes. Petti Pants 99« 100% nylon in asst. color. Sizes S-M-L. Half Slips 99^ 100% nylon in asst. colors. Sizes S-M-L. Girit' PontyHose 99^ 100% nylon, sizes 8-16. Striped Knit Shirts 99^ Extra Uinz- Sleeveless Knit Tops. . . 50^ Pocket Polo ShirH .... $1 Ught colnr, sizes 8 to 18. SPECIAL tUYI Quilted Bedspreads . . 9.99 100% aceUte. PRINTED DRAPES W'xW widt ft 4S"K48" widt 2.99 S4 '*i4r' widt & 43"x4S" widt 3.99 Special twyl Better Fabrics 38« ^. 36-in. wide. CLEARANCE Rug Remnants . . . 2 for $5 Size approximate 26".\48". SAVINGS! Dress Lengths TI yards Of 4 yds. each. FOR MEN REDUCEDI Nehru Shirts 3.88 100% rayon. Size S-M-L. Reg. 5.98. Dress Shirts .... 2 for $5 Penn Prest button down collars. Short sleeves in white. Broken sizes. SportShirts .... 2fbr$5 snort sleeve button down collars. Penn Prest for easy care. Sport Shirts .... 3 for $5 Solids & plaids in Penn-Prest. Sizes S-M-L. Casual Pants 3.99 Asst styles & colors. Broken sizes. Reg. 5.98 to 8.98. Dress Turtle Necks . . . 350 Long sleeve french cuffs. Reg. 5.98. Turtlenecks $5 Long sleeve in handsome knits. Asst. colors and broken sizes. Reg. 9.98 and 11.00. Jacket ShirH $5 Broken sizes in limited supply. Reg. 7.98. Men's Shoes 10J8 English Imports, wing tip ^pH>ns, wing tip oxfords and plain toes. Available in black 1c brown.

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