Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on May 21, 1965 · Page 11
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POPULAR TREE—The magnolia presiding over this comfortable outdoor room Is the new grandiflora, "Majesty Beauty," that's winning raves for its spectacular good looks and performance. Trees may be planted from containers at any time of the year, so if your patio is missing out on their beauty and shade, see the large selection of healthy trees in containrs at your local C. A. N. nursery. (Photo courtesy Calif. Assoc. of Nurserymen) STAYS LOW — This Pliik India Hawthorne is a happy choice for foundation planting because it's not only guaranteed to stay low, compact and spreading, but makes a stunning appearance oil year long. Ifs called "Enchantress" and it lives up to its name by producing thick clusters of rich, rose-pink flowers from late winter until early summer, and its glossy, luxuriant foliage is a pleasure at every season. (Photo courtesy California Association of Nurserymen) ksdlands Doily Foefs Friday, May 21, MS - 11 Term homemaker' takes on new modem meaning Sears' sells lorgest item BUENA P.-^RK (UPI) — The largest single item sale In the 78 - year history of Sears Roebuck and Co. was a painting sold at the famed mail order house's store here, it was dis-lfavor, a tew red cinnamon car.- j closed Tuesday Itlies may be dropped in while i The painting. "The Road In" i ^ tasty treat £or both •by .'Midrew Wyeth, was bought j -"^'"'^'•^ srownups. I for 526,300 by an Orange County • resident, who asked that he not ' OE identified. Tasty Treat Combine 1 jar Gerber Junior Applesauce and 1-3 cup miniature marshmallows. Heat together in top of double boiler until marshmallows begin to melt. Remove from heat, stir and add Vz teaspoon vanilla. Chill. For color and extra Nair Sizes Building a fence? Use 8d nails to nail one-inch western red cedar boards to 2x4 rails. To nail rails to posts, use 16d nails. Cridelich Plumbing TO SERVE YOU DAY AND NIGHT Phone PY 2-1592 Urges utilities be placed underground LOS ANGELES (UPD— Public utilities play an important part in beautification of cities under urban renewal programs, Ihe American Power Association convention was told today. William L. Slayton, commissioner of the Urban Renewal Administration, pointed out to the delegates the aesthetic importance of placing utility lines underground. Publicly - ownes lines may be included in the cost of any urban renewal project, he said, and private companies may be compensated for the difference between the cost of underground nd overhead placement. This is a vinyl floor You don't believe it? Thank you. So vividly real you'll want to feel it. Antique brick, a provocative new Luran Regency pattern. All the warmth and charm of weathered brick sealed under solid vinyl. So handsome In your kitchen, den, basement — anywhere and we can VInylweld* 6 -it. widths wall-to-wall with no open seams to trap dirt or v.-ater. In Antique White (=10093), Antique Beige (•:ri0094) or Antique Red (--^10099). LURaN' VS^VL FLOORS By Sand ma, Fine Floors For Over 40 Years Phone for Friendly Help REDLANDS 100 Orange St. Ph. 793-2389 YUCAIPA 35119 Yucaipa BIvd ./Ti^ around the country. Miss Sar- no£f picked out a couple of rates at random—SI.35 an hour in New York, $40 a w^eek in Texas. In some instances, the rate is higher. Not New Homemaker service is not new. Miss Hart said tlie first was set up in Philadelphia in 1923 by the Jewish Welfare Society. The Children's Aid Society of New York began a service in 1933. But in recent years, the "big push is on," as Miss Samoff said, with services mushrooming to meet the needs. Still there aren't enough homemakers. Dr. Ellen Winston, commissioner of welfare, the U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare, repeatedly has said tliis nation lags far behind other countries. Various sources estimate at least 200,000 women are needed now. And the council said the need will expand with the numbers of chronically ill, tlie retarded, the increasing number of older persons. A nation on Hie move also is creating new needs. For who's to stay with the family when one of tlie adults is ill if tlie family's m Los Angeles and grandma and the aimts still live in Buffalo? HERCULON By GAY PAULEY UPI Women's Editor NEW YORK (UPI) — Tlie term "homemaker" is taking on new meaning in modern society. Homemaker means housewife. Homemaker also means, in a salaried occupation, a per son wlio is a "mature, special ly trained woman w-itli skills in homemaking wlix) is employed by a public or voluntary health or welfare agency to help mamtain and preserve family life that is threatened with disruption by illness, death, ig norance, social maladjustment, or other problems." This is the definition given this special worker by Evelyn Hart, an editor and writer in the health and welfare field. A shorter definition comes from Jane Samoff, information associate at tlie National Council for Homemaker Services, organized in 1959 and supported by various social agencies. Not Domestic "She's a homemaker, not a housemaker." said Miss Sar- notf. to indicate that this specialist is not the traditional domestic. Miss Hart cxammes the homemaker service, what it ac- compUshes and why is must be expanded in a new pamphlet. In the pubUcation, "Homemaker Services. . .for FamiUes and Individuals," she cited case histories sliowing how tlie homemaker works. There was tlie young widow who needed surgery. She was receiving some fmancial aid from the government's program to help families with dependent cliil- dren. She reported to her caseworker that slie must be lios- pitaUzed and there was no adult in the home to care for the children. The caseworker went through her agency listings and arranged for a homemaker to be assigned to the family. Keeps Family Close The home aide in turn managed the liouseliold. cared for ' the children and kept the family as a unit until Ihe mother was home and well. Tender, j loving care of the children was part of that assignment. Not all cases needed 24 hour •service, Jliss Hart pointed out. The homemaker might call, .^ay three times a week at the i residence of an elderly person ;to straighten the house, cook, or shop. The homemaker need not be ; a woman of lengthy forniale edu -l This is the time to start cation. ! your fuchsia collection or add But agencies look for women to the ones you have. Your witli pleasant personalities.; C.A.N, nursery has an enor. ; physicil and mental well-being.; mous selection of fine young and experience enough to takcj plants, ready for potting or on full or partial responsibility! setting in the garden in shady I for child or adult care, for' spots. When planting, use household management. and: soil, ':! leafmold, ':j well rotted steer manure or • good commercial planting mix. Pinch out the tips to force side branches for heavy summer bloom. If you are planning to put in a new lawn or reseed an old one, do if now so it will be started before the hot weather arrives. Regular, deep watering of established lawns forces the grass roots farther down into the soil so they can withstand periods of hot weather without damage. i Anything Goes Western wood decks can be stained, painted, or left to weather naturally. We Specialize in BLOCK WALLS and PATIOS CENTURY MASONRY PHONE 797-9069 Decoraffve VV /ndow Shades • All Kinds • All Stylet Always th* Newest REDLANDS SHADE SHOP 620 Orange Ph. 792-5807 This Is The Week This is the best time to plant, transplant, or separate bamboo. To give the plants a good start, mix peat moss and ground bark into the soil where thy are to grow. Wafer camellias frequently and keep a 2-inch mulch over the root area. Feed with acid fertilizer if you haven't done so since the plants have finished flowering. You can make tall, rangy plants more compact by pruning now. Don't forget to set out chrysanthemums this month in deep, rich soil and keep them fed, watered and pinched back for spectacular bloom. Nurseries have a good selection of geraniums and pelar­ goniums now for bright splashes of instant color to replace spring bulbs. Plant dwarf Unwin dahlias from flats, and other dahlias as tubers this month. for maintaining a wholesome atmosphere in the home. For this, tlie salary varies SCIENTIFIC BREAKTHROUGH! A New Miracle Fibre Deep luxurious feel under foot but priced for the budget of most everyone. Tough fibres outwear wool, stain resistant, easiest cleaning of any kind. Call Maxwell-Means for a demonstration. Half - a - hundred new beautiful colors and patterns, priced from S5.95 to $9.95 sq. yd. Phone for Friendly Help REDLANDS 100 Orange St. YUCAIPA Ph. 793-2389 35119 Yucaipa Blvd. Ph. 797-1121 Be modern with Sanitary Plumbing Co. 1248 Wabish Ave. 794-2131 "Look For Our Orange Trucks" .ust Wa k In For an insured Savings Account or a Home Loan tailored to fit your needs. SAYINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION Redlands Home Office Fifth St. t Citrus Ave. 793-239I Fontana Branch 8601 Wheeler Ave. 175.0902 or t22-225« Yucaipa Branch 35034 Yucaipa Boulevard 797-0181 Beaumont Branch 725 Btiumont Avtnu* M541II

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