Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on July 12, 1963 · Page 7
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 7

Redlands, California
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Friday, July 12, 1963
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CUSTOM STYLED - The new home of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. McGibbeny is located af 315 Fountain street. Redlands Daily Facts Friday, July 12, 1963 - 7 This is The Week Water dahlias thoroughly at about five-day intervals. Feed now with complete fertilizer, keeping it away from the main stacks. Shade trees may be planted now from containers. Summer planting gives you the advantage of a full year's grovrth over planting next year. Chrysanthemums have few pests, but aphis show up on occasion. They should be controlled before they get a foothold. See your nurseryman. Various selective controls are available for crab grass. You can apply them this month. Pinch chrysanthemum plants back for the last time. After this, let them grow on undisturbed except for removing excess side buds. Paving strike goes on, delay in driveways LOS ANGELES (UPD—Negotia­ tions resume Monday to try to end a dispute which has curtailed asphalt paving and related construction in most of SouUiem California. Spokesmen for Operating Engineers Local 12 and tiie Asphalt Plants Employers Negotiating Committee said Thursday the meeting would be at the office of the Associated General Contractors. The engineers and employers have not met since the strike began last Monday. About 600 operating engineers are employed at 97 asphalt plants in H counties, excluding San Diego County. A management spokesman said, however, that the overall impact of the strike is being felt by about 7,500 to 10,000 workers in related fields. State awards freeway contract SACRAMENTO (UPI) - The state Department of Public \Yorks Thursday awarded a $5,732,800 contract to Peter Kiewit Sons. Co. of Arcadia for construction of 2.5 miles of eight-lane freeway on the Santa Monica Freeway. The project includes construction of the freeway between Overland Avenue and La Cienega Boulevard in Los Angeles. Real estate man killed SAN BERNARDINO (UPD Arthur L. Thiess, 74, well - known Mojave Desert real estate man of Phelan, died today in St. Bemar- dine's Hospital from injuries suffered in a traffic accident Thursday. Thiess, who w a s a director of the Mojave Water Agency, never regained consciousness after the collision at the intersection of U.S. 66 and P h e i a n Road near Hesperia. Driver of the other car, Frank Lacasella, 64, Tujunga, was reported in serious condition at Holy Cross Hospital in San Fernando. Muskrat Fur The muskrat is considered first among most valuable furbearing animals in North America, in the point of number of furs used. Trappers take between 10 and 12 million muskrats annually. landscape Design ond Planting for The New Residence of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. McGibbeny By RICHAR; Licensed Contractor 1311 Clock Street, Redlands PY 2-3626 OUTDOOR LIVING — Beautiful swimming focility was constructed for the McGibbenys by Barton Prestige Pools. TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appliances will find a ready market through Classified Ads. NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 32539 Superior Court of Ihe State of California, for the County of San Bernardino, Estate of BOBERT H. KELLY. Deceased. Notice is hereby given to the creditors of the above named decedent that an persons having claims against the said decedent are required to file them, with the necessary vouchers, in the office of the cJerk of the above entitled court, or to present them, with the neccssar>* vouchers, to the undersigned at Security First National Bank at its Trust Department at 3800 Main Street, Riverside, California, P, O. Box "12, which is the place of business of the undersigned in all matters perUining to the estate of said decedent, within six months after the first pubUcation of this notice. Dated June IS, 1963. SECURITV FIRST NATIONAL BANK, a Banking Corporation Executor of the WiU of the above named decedent. JOHN P. OCONNOB, Attorney at Law, 35249-B Yucaipa Boulevard. Yucaipa, California, Telephone 797-0097. Attorney for Executor. (First publication June 20. I953I Relax at Home in the Cool Quiet Comfort of a \fhilkt AIR CONDITIONER *199 88 lis Volt USE YOUR CREDIT RI-303A Simitar to Illustration • Whisper-Quiet Operation • Automatic Tempcratura Control • 2-Sp»ed Fan • 5-Year Written Protiction Plan Always Service Aft<er the Scrie Fumifura Draperies Housewares Hanlwaret Appliances W Eoit Cifnn-PY 3-3279 Downtown ftmdiandt OVERLOOKS POOL—Jamie, the McGibbenys son has a view of the swimming pool from his room New McGibbeny home built on splif'level Easy living is the keynote of the new custom split-level home of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. McGibbeny located at 315 Fountain street. In the home the children's bedrooms are located up a half flight of stairs, while an apartment is below the main floor by the same number of steps. The white house was constructed by Merlin "Murph" Hahn a general contractor with offices at 319 Fountam avenue. The owners completely designed the new home from ground up. Double doors open wide into the slate entry hall with its concealed storage cabinets. The wood paneled units have catches that release when you push against the wall. Jlr. McGibbeny is department manager of the second stage of the Minuteman program for Space Technology Laboratories at Norton Air Force Base. Decorating the white brick pillars on each side of the entry are two antique brass coach lamps. The half-circle drive leads up the sloping front yard to the garage and the front porch with its green slate. The exterior planting for the home'was designed and installed by Richard Milliman, landscape designer. The formal, entertainment area, the living room, is located off to the right of the entry. White nubby te.\ture drapes cover the large windows at each end of the room. The drapes hang from brass rods which blend with the gold toned sculptured carpet on the floor. One wall of the large room is paneled and inset is the Roman brick fireplace with its raised hearth. The room has an early American flavor with its furniture. Two couches are contained in the room along with occasioQ' al chairs and tables. A pair of matching lamps of wood and dulled brass are used on the tables. A door leads to the rear patio and pool from the room. Another opens into the mod em kitchen-family room. From the slate entry, cafe doors open into the spacious family room. The kitchen with its natural ash cabinets, raised island type Be modernmith Sanitary Plumbing Co. 1248 S. Wabash Ave. Redlands 794-2131 Snyder's Termite Control • TreataienfB and control services for ants, roaches, termites, moths, etc • New, safe ftunigation for drywood termites and other hoosehold pests. HOUSEHOLD AND GARDEN INSECTICIDES FOR SALE! 18 EAST VINE STREET PHONE PY 2-3841 breakfast bar, special exhaust hood for the indoor bar-b-que, flows into the family room without any divider or walls, creating a large roomy area. Grey rock type linoleum covers the entire floor. A main bath is located off one end of the room. The family part of the room has more storage space and a floor to ceiling bookcase. A sliding door leads to the patio and swimming pool in the rear yard. The master bedroom is located on the same level as ibe main part of the home. A sliding door leads to the patio (Continued on Page 8) Corpeting and Vinyl Floor Covering For The Distinguished New Home of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. McGibbeny Supplied by Clyde & Peggy Floor Coverings Backed by 30 Years Experience In Redlands Since 1949 Your Assurance of Dependability 526 Orange Street Dial 793-2911 CLOSED SATURDAYS

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