Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on July 19, 1963 · Page 10
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 10

Redlands, California
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Friday, July 19, 1963
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10 - Friday, July 19, 1963 Redlands Daily Facts BEAT THE HEAT!! THERE IS ONLY ONE AiiE rMi LOWEST I ALUMINUM PATIO COVERS SCREENED-IN PATIOS. CARPORTS, WINDOW AND DOOR AWNINGS AND TRAILER PATIO COVERS REDUCED . . SAVE! ENJOY OUTDOOR LIVING WITH "BUG FREE" SCREENED-IN AIR-KOOL PATIO CALL PY6-0212 20% COOLER 50% STRONGER ^Our Skyscraper Type Construction Meets All Building Code Requirements. Any Size or Shape. NO BUY NOW... PAY LATER ^ ON APPROVED CREDIT PAYMENT UNTIL 6 MONTHS LATER — FIRST PAYMENT STARTS FEBRUARY 1964 ON 5 YEAR PLAN NO MONEY DOWN 5-YEAR GUARANTEE en An Air-Kod Avmingt and Patios Tea biy wlHi te*Hi—t» wbn yon bay tha b»* — Alr-Kee(-s fomeas a*. tans yoa of boHi! Only AIR- KOOL baaaa a uitlficote of policy for WINDSTORM by OR* of Amarica't most r*. lioMa iBaranea eonpaalas. Oftwi InlYotcd Never Dnplicated ALUMINUM PATIOS AND AWNINGS I WHOLESALE OR RETAIL, BUT LOW FACTORY PRICES m inaEST ~ m eMivimi mm ON 1 YEAR LIBERALIZED PLAN FREE estl«at«» mi loyost sarv- lea In your home. Ho oWlgo- rioRf — ACT NOW, 24 hour plioaa sarrlee — CALL 100 ^0 FINANCING DURING THIS SALE 'On Approved Credit, Naturally PYramid 6-0212 24599 E. m LINE - MODEis ON DISPLAY - PATH) mm ofsmmmm SSSSSS8S88aSSii ALUMINUM AWNINGS for WINDOWS PORCHES DOORS CARPORTS AAAIN ENTRY — Flagstone planters and matching brass lamps decorate main breezeway into the Julianna oportmeiril. INNER COURT — Heated swimming pool is located in inner patio area at the Julianna apartmentt. RECREATION ROOM — For the use of the occupants is this entertainment room with its bar-b-que, fireplace and complete kitchen. Home away from home All conveniences for Evinrudes on big yacht By GAY PAULEY UP! Women's Editor NEW YORK (UPI) -It always is fun to see how the other half lives. So I hope Frances Lang ford, the singer and actress, and Cridelich Plumbing TO SERVE YOU DAY AND NIGHT Phone PY 2-1592 her husband, the industrialist Ralph Evinrude, don't mind if we give you a look at their way of life during the summer months. It's a life of cruising on a yacht that is remarkable ia the luxury of its appointments — complete with a movie projector for cine mascope. "How about that!," said Jlrs. Evinrude. Yet for an the Iu.xury right down to television in cre%v quarters, the decor and atmosphere of the 118-foot Chanticleer turn out to be homelike and relaxed— there is none of the gloss for a glamour girl showcase. "We run an easy boat," said Miss Lacgford. "No breakfast on the dot at eight, lunch at one, type of thing. This is our home a good part of the year. Do we 'dress' for dinner? Nope, not un less we're going ashore. The Evinrudes, who have been married since 1955, brought the white hulled yacht to New York as one stop on a summer cruise that will take them to the Great Lakes for some fishing, and back Snyder's Termite Control • Treatments and control services for ants, roaches, termites, motlis, etc • New, safe fumigation (or drywood termites and other hoosehold pests. HOUSEHOLD AND GARDEN INSECTICIDES FOR SALE! 18 EAST VINE STREET PHONE PY 2-3841 by October to tteir wmter home at Jensen Beach, Fla., by way of the llIincMs and Mississippi rivers. A motor launch, one of three smaller power craft usually carried on the boat deck of the yacht, took us out to the yacht's anchorage in the Hudson River. The same launch had just brought the Evinrudes' white poodle, "Lucky," ashore for a walk. Guided Tour "I'll start showing you around the boat," said Miss Langford, dressed in white silk slacks and deep pink pullover sweater. "But my husband is better at explain- uig the technical parts of the ship. He'll be along in a few minutes. He went ashore to make some telephone calls. He couldn't use the ship to shore because there were so many calls lined up ahead of him. Half* works from the boat just the same as if it were his office. That Frendi tele phone there (in the master bedroom) is one Perry Como gave us." "We have hi-fi here," she said, as she walked from the afterdeck with its turquoise cushioning into the main salon. "Also a record player, just like a juke box. And continuous tape playing if we want. Speakers carry sound to every part of the ship. 'We travel with a crew of seven usually. Captain, first mate, sailor steward engineer, electronics engineer, cook." "There are three decks. At least the way I count 'em," she continued. "I was more of a sail­ boat than motorboat type until I met Ralph," said the singer who was bom at Lakeland, Fla. Her husband is chairman of the board of Outboard Marine Corp., which makes outboard motors. "There are four staterooms," she said, "which are livuig quarters for us and guests. Then there is one deck for the crew and working quarters." The yacht has in addition to the main salon, large as the living room of most of today's upper income housmg, a den not much smaller, furnished with bar and miniatinre piano. Pastel Color Scheme Throughout, the color scheme is soft pastel—white and pale gold in the salon, for instance. A full, size dining room can seat 12 persons, .there is a stainless steel galley where a Chinese cook presides, and more bath and closet area than you will find in the average $50,000 home. Wall to wall carpeting, most of it in soft gold or beige tones, is throughout the staterooms. The ship is completely air<onditi (Hied, and there is a mechanism for convertmg salt water to fresh. One added "luxury" touch on that wall to wall carpet in the master stateroom was for the poodle. There in a comer lay a fold of ndwspaper. "Oops," she told a photographer as he backed away to get a better camera angle on her, "watch where you're going. That's the dog's bathroom when we 're cruising." Benjamin Moore ;«in« REDLANDS PAINT 2 Orange St. Redlands Quality Paints for over 80 years SOLD BY - FORMERIT LUTHER & URRY PAINT Phone 79-3-5641

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