Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on June 28, 1963 · Page 13
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 13

Redlands, California
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Friday, June 28, 1963
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Development underway at Cherry Valley Groundbreaking ceremonies were held recently for an BWiorae develi^ment in Cherry Valley in the heart of the San Gorgonio Pass area. The new development, called 'Cherry Valley Park", will be keyed to the mature citizen group. Home buyers must be at least 43 years old and have no children under 18. Si.x models with two bedrooms and one or two baths will be offered. All homes in Cherry Valley Park will be air-conditioned and a number of normally "optional" .... • MATURE CITIZEN COMMUNITY UNDERWAY - Cherry Valley Park, newest development in the San Gorgonio Pass area, began earth-moving activities last week. The 84-home community, located at Cherry Valley, is designed for mature citizens. It will feature a large all-purpose recreation center and three park areas. Attending groundbreaking ceremonies were, left to right; Charles K. Knickerbocker, contractor; developers Reuben P. Hughes and James R. Smith; W. Dewey Herkelrath, manager of the Yucaipa branch of Redlands Federal Savings and Loan; and C. B. Kelly Lindquist, manager of the First Western Bank and Trust Company, Beaumont. Screening depends on your need Beating the bugs is the primary purpose of screening materials. But don't overlook secondary uses such as providing privacy, shade and an inexpensive means of enclosing porch or patio. For most of us though, screens are something put up everj' spring, taken down every fall and patched, painted or cleaned somewhere along the line. New Materials JIaintenance has been simplified in recent years with the introduction of new materials. Aluminum is increasingly popular because it needs little care. It lasts indefinitely in the right climate, but if you live where there is salt spray in the air you will find the tiny openings becoming smaller as corrosion builds up. For more money you can purchase anodized or specially coated aluminum which has greater resistance to corrosion. Aluminum screening is rather stiff, so be careful about bending it or denting it. It is difficult to repair once bent. Fiber Screen Screening of glass fiber is also relatively new. It doesn't corrode, even in salt air and, like aluminum, is nearly maintenance free. It is light, e.\tremely flexible and veasy to handle. Fastening can be accomplished with staples or ace- tate4)ase adhesive. IVKa.ixita,in Screening To keep from clogging holts, use special applicator or make own by tacking piece of carpet to wood block. The screening picks up airborne dirt easily but can be cleaned by hosing or wiping with a damp sponge. The old standards — galvanized, bronze and copper screening are still around, too. Less Expensive Galvanized screra is a good deal less expensive than either aluminum or glass fiber, and if you are renting or planning to use the screening only temporarily, tliis may be the type for you. If you live in a dry climate, you will find galvanized screening quite durable. A\'herever you live, paint galvanized screening every year or two. Copper and bronze screening are quite expensive, even more expensive than most grades of aluminum or glass fiber. ^Vhile they are nonrusting, they should be coated periodically with spar varnish because of oxidation. Stains from oxidation wash down on painted surfaces below. Varnish Job If you varnish, thin the finish This Is The Week Mulch Hibiscus with a good layer of sfeer manure or planting mix and keep if moist. Hydrangeas may be set out in bloom this month. Give them a shaded spot and plenty of peat in the planting soil. Pinching out the center stalk of dahlia plants encourages bushier growth and more bloom. Feed potted tuberous begonias every two weeks with fish base liquid food. Those grown in the ground need food only once e month. Shear privet hedges so that they taper slightly from a wider base. This exposes the lower part of the hedge to sunlight, keeps it green and healthy. with equal amounts of linseed oil and turpentine. Wash the screening first with benzene or other solvent. Varnish can also be used on galvanized screening instead of paint. Brushing clogs the openings in screens. Special applicators are available or make your own by tacking a piece of carpet to a block of wood. features will be included in the basic selling price of the trim, com pact homes. Wall-to-wall carpet ing, modem kitchens, underground utilities, built-in television antennas and landscaping are some of the features included. Designed for older families who have chosen the healthful foothill climate. Cherry Valley Park will be built around three specially^le- signed park areas. In the center of the largest will be a 4500 square- foot recreation and activities building. It will contain a hobby shop, meeting rooms and game room. A wide selection of recreation activities are available to residents. These will include shuffleboard, horseshoes, roque courts and table games. Developers of the new home- and-park community are Reuben P. Hughes. President of Pacific Hawaiian Products Company of FuUerton; and James R. Smith, former director of athletics and swimming and water polo coach at FuUerton Junior College. Hughes is a part-time resident of the Cherry Valley area now. Smith, who will retire from Ful- Icrton Junior College coaching duties this summer after 31 years, plans to become a 7ull-time resident. Redlands Daily Facts Friday, June 28, 1963- 13 Photo Courtesy Colifotnio AjsocJofion of Munwymen PICK YOUR SIZE AND SHAPE — Junipers as a family have an unusual garden value in that you can find them growing low or high or even pyramidal. Actually there are over 40 different kinds from which to choose. Shown here is the Meyer Juniper, a medium height shrub with an irregular outline. This one serves very nicely as an individual specimen. Littlefield here tomorrow Joe Littlefield prominent gardening authority will be in Redlands tomorrow to answer questions on gardening problems and to assist local gardeners with their problems. Mr. Littlefield will be at Danger- mend's Nursery 27601 West Redlands boulevard, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. He said that landscaping is one of the fields in which there is much local interest at this time. His appearance is sponsored by Bandini products. FREEWAY FLAVOR LOS ANGELES (UPI)-A truck driver swerved to avoid a car Thursday and 48 cases of root beer shattered across the Iios Angeles Harbor Freeway, The freeway was flavored only 20 minutes but it was bottled up for more than an hour. Double trailers for large mobile home (Continued from Page 10) two bathrooms. One wall of the kitchen contains the refrigerator, oven and built- in range. Along the other wall a long counter contains the beige colored sink. A multitude of drawers are below the counter along with several cabinets. The den contains another TV set along with a modem style desk and an aqua colored sofa. The room which could be converted to a third bedroom contains one wall completely devoted to storage purposes. On the other side of the hall are the two bathrooms, one with a shower and one wiUi a tub. Both have pullmans with circular basins. A short hall leads off the main hall to one of the two bedrooms and to the rear door. The Hams' daughter occupies one of the bedrooms with iU gold carpet and white curtains covering the windows. A matching headboard and dresser in walnut are in the room. Above the dresser is a large mirror. A built-in vanity has its own mirror against one wall. The master bedroom has wm- dows around one comer and ako contains a builtin vanity. Double wardrobe closets fill one end of the room. A multi-colored spread in aquas, blues and turquoise is used on the bed. 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