Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on February 26, 1969 · Page 16
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 16

Redlands, California
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Wednesday, February 26, 1969
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Downtown Redlands Month-End Values 16-Wednesday, Feb. 76, 1969 Redlands Doily Foch Sally's E.O.M. SALE Redlands Store Only RIHI dearaace on Giris' Wear COATS & JACKETS •Siie4-I4 Reg. to $18.99 SALE $6 $8 $10 ROBES $2 $3 S4 LADIES DRESSES - SPORTSWEAR SLEEPWEAR •| to A OFF HOSIERY - Mod Colors 29* Vse VMT takkaakwi - Ullj Charge or Mosfer Ctorge 22 EAST STATE ST., REDLANDS Nfxofi to see oM tribal rivalries at full sway Common Market as result of a Feb. 4 luncfa meeting between President Charles dc GauUe and British ambassador to France Christopher Soames. Guerrillas seize ^Rockefeller's Venezuela ranch By PHIL NEWSOM UPl Feretin News Analyst In Paris, the influential French newq>apef Le Monde ran a front-page editorial noting lhat President Nixon had' As Soames reported it back to zuela today clauned ownership expressed a wish to 'see the his government later. De Gaulle of New York Gov. Ndson A. CARACAS «UPI)-1Tie Com munist guerrilla front m Vene- Eiu-opeans as they are not as be wirfied they were." proposed that both NATO and; Rockefeller's ranch, businesses the Common Mariset be aban-jand other boklings in this oil. if that is the case." the dcned in favor of a ••large! rich South American nation. But editorial said, "his wish will be Europe" under a directora^ic >t was only a paper "expropria -j more than fulfilled. It is a k>ng composed of France. Britain, ''*>•" - lime since Europeans have been West Germany and Italy. A communique issued late { so torn." ' At the same meeting De Monday by the armed forces of i It has been more than five Gaulle was said to have .National Liberation (PALN) ! years since an American cnmplaincd that his Common declared as "expropriated" and ; President has shown the flag in Market partners were "too pro- "seized" not only the Rockefd' • iurope. and. whatever may be American." • ler properties but also those of the end result. Europeans Britain rejected the plan and the British Lancashire Company I regard the .\ixon trip as crompUy informed other mem- which operates two experimen- important evidence that the new. bers of the Common Market— tal farms m southeastern administration will not become Luxembourg, the Ncthcriands Venezuela, so preoccupied with its Asianiand Belghim, who would have As a clandestine, Qlegal force, problems that it will neglect its! been left out of the French plan, the FALN has oo power to friends in Europe. plus the West Germans and expropriate any property in By an accident of timing, the Italians. Venezuela and there was no President will indeed have an! The result was as could have evidence to support the Commu- cpportunity to see the tribal | been anticipated. nist claim that they had seized rivalries of Europe in full sway.i L,^ gl,^ any. Feb. 4 Mettint The French first denied the jn |e U Monde editorial British rersion. then accused the referred specific^y «> ai ^^^^^ ^ striking a low blow by tempest blowmg through both I jis<josing a conversaUon intend- SAN FRANCISCO (UPI)ed to be private. Frank Chinn, a blind vendor, De GauUe-s Common Maricet PoUce someone broke into partners reacted variously, "^"Sar stand and took $«0. from a belie* that this was „The sUnd is tocated in fte another De Gaulle move to re- "all of Justice next to the e^^tablish French primacy in the f'^^aa of Inspectors and just a Common Maricet to a suggestionifew.feet from Southern PoUce Clark '>>at the French president would ptabon. sacrifice 12 years of effort, , toward European integration to; "BUb School' ; Republicans-and became a determinaUon that BriUm A "blab schod," mentioned in Democrat should not be a part of it one of the biographies of Abra- The unusual move, which; De Gaulle is a believer in ham Lincoto, was an elemen- .NATO and the European Aeriv* thief HONOLULU (UPD—The Democratic majority in the state Senate increased by one Tuesday when Sen. James said he was dissatisfied with the came during the 1969 legislative session, gave Democrats their biggest Senate majority ever, 17-8. power blocs and he never: tary school, usually with sever- agreed to pc^tical integration ofal grades in a single room, in Europe, one of the original | which pupils studied aloud and Common Market goals. j recited in unison. SLIGER'S MUSfC SINCE 1925 \@M1M$ARY| REG. SALE SAVE Wurlitzer Electronic Piano $434.95 $389.95 $50.00 Wurlitzer Console Piano $885.00 $685il0 $200.00 Wurlitzer Baby Grand Piano S1795.00 $1595^10 $200.00 Wurlitzer Organ $729.00 $529.00 $200.00 Conn Minuet Organ $1810.00 $1585.00 $225.00 Conn Serenade Organ $2845.00 $2495.00 $350.00 SALE Estey Chord Organs ifn SAVE '20.00 fo $119.95 OFF REG. PRICE Hohnor Harmonicas $300 $5.00 REG. SALE Diamond Needles ALL STANDARD TVPIS REG. $3.95 SALE $i |95 Recording Tape 1M FT. POLYSTER REG. $2J5 SALE 1" Dance Records 4S KPM 3 .T LARGE GROUP-OF Sfereo Records 99 T Augustine Classic Guitar Strings ser ^ SALE Sefh lliofflas Wind-Up Metronome N,.jH..5 SALE ^10" n M I f r ^ ppv DURING THIS FACTORY AUTHORIZED SAVE R^^SM^w®^ $jjjg AIMIMUAL SALE TELEVISION - STEREO - RADIOS - TAPE RECORDERS S LIG E R'S MUSIC SINCE 1925 wEAnCTAiin. 793-2t27 FREEZE DRYER — Food Processing students at California State Polytechnic College, San Luis Obispo, learn to operate a freeze dryer in a special lab class. Freeze-dried foods offer many advantages that "the dried material doesn't' shrink; it is porous and re -hydrates in a couple of minutes." IVuits average eight hours drying time, and meats about 16 hwrs. In meat, about 98 per cent of the water is removed. By LIZ LACUE ShidMit, Cal Poly A chef in a Klidwestem restaurant concocted a shrimp j cocktail in minutes, without having either fresh, canned or frozen sUmp. His source? Packaged freezeHiried shrimp which vpill remain unspoiled on the shelf indeflnitdy. The advantage of freexe^iy' ins is in long-term preservatioa of foods while retainiBC the shape and texture of tha raw foods. Whole, phunp itrawber- nets mk up milk ia a bowl «f cereal or a juicy steak emerges after one or two minutes in worm water. Any food that can be frozen and result in an acceptable product can be frceie-dricd." says CUnton O. CUdiester, chairman of the Depaitmeat «f Food Sdenee and TedmoloKy at the Untmrity of Califania at Davli.^ Tlie froieti food ii placed fa a ipedal vacuum cbamber where heat <• applied to driiy- drate it The IM crystals are (breed directly taito the vapor state, without becomin( a liquid first "The result." notes DeWitt P. Sampson, head of the Food Processing Department at California State Polytecfanfa: Collete, San Luis Obiqw, "is that by proper control of temperatures the food can be dried without cooking, and it comes out raw.' He confirms the advantage Cleaning woman fah&s on burglars GRAND BLANC, Hicfa. (UPl) —Tbe burglars pitted tlie wrong gal when they messed with Barbara Louise Cole. A former wrestler, Mrs. Cole was at her job as a eleaaisg lady at a loan company when two men barged In. Mrs. Cole met one with a karate chop to the Adam 'a apple, and it took both the would-be burglars to subdue her. They bound and gagged her. rifled the office but found no loot, and left t Mrs. Cole woriced off her shoe, kicked the telephonei. off the desk and dialed the operator with h^ big toe. Tbe operator heard muffled noises, traced the call, and sent police, who are now looking for die men. In a fruit like strawberries 99 per cent of the water can be removed. An additional advantage of freeze-drying is the weight reduction, which ranges from 50 to 90 per cent depending on the product This reduces ship- pmg costs and makes freeze- dried foods convenient for use by outdoorsmen. However, freeze-drying is as expensive process. For this reason, noted Chi(^ester, "the popularity of freeze-dried foods is centered in Western Europe and the United SUtes, where it ii wanted irre^rdless of cost." Sampson empha.sized that is Is important to "consider the total cost up to tile time the product is sold to the consumer." By utilizing freeze -dried shrimp a restaurant owner can cut the cost of transportation and et labor for preparation, while a housewife may find it more economical to purchase frozen or canned shrimp. Freeze-dned products currently on the maricet in some areas meludes coffee, orange juice, crab meat, shrimp and meats. OF MONTH SPECML Thws*! Fn «t Sfl9 !»t OMIJ^ TIMEX Witdws Piv - InvMfoiy SALE COMPLETE SELECTION Vz OFF MOT's.Weman's and ChildrMi's • ELECTRIC • SafS -WINDING • CALENDAR • WATBt PROOF • 21 JEWa DEXALL OMJCS ^C OraHfi««alt m -VM MONTH-END SPECIALS SPEED QUEEN DRYER OrylBf fimti fram 10 *• 110 mlwifat « M > all futfum dryiag. DMT a^m fall 1M<> for oaso •! IMAH, float la<«-door IM scrooa. safefy twHth. REG. S139.95 iir GAS $137.00 Frigidaire S ^A^S FOOD WASTf DISPOSER # Y MeM FDF-1 REG. S3f.K 4fa # Frifidaire SI" T • m RANGE with Pietwro ^^WMm MeM RDG4IN RIG. $I11M I # # Frigidairs ST* Wide «^ A A RCFRIGIRATOR V^DO Has lOt-lb. Top Frsexer. • V^ Model FDinTN RIG. WUI. I # # 1 Only - Frigidair* 30" t^^m RANGE - OMIU HS own #^Og Ovtn Automatically. ,S V 9 Model RXE-»N REG. UntL ^ # W Speed Queen vf^S^V'^ AUTOMATIC WASHER I^Y' Model A72. RIO. PXI.K. I # # DURROUGHS We Deliver and Service Within a 25 MOe Radius of Redlands 117 L State VIppfionces -SINCE 1930- 793.54IS

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