Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on January 24, 1964 · Page 11
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Redlands Daily Facts Friday, Jan. 24, 1964 - 11 KITCHEN — Gleoming white countertops contrast with the natural wood cabinets in the Shipman kitchen. OUTDOOR LIVING — Double sliding glass doors open from the living room to the screened patio. Palm Terrace No. 2 Citation Construction opens new development Citation Construction Corporation opened sales on thirty-seven new 3 and 4 bedroom, 2 bath homes now under construction on Palm avenue west of San Mateo in the city of Redlands, it was announced today. The careful site selection of; Palm Terrace No. 2, the lively: design and quality construction | are the mark of Citation devel-. opments. j Palm Terrace No. 2 offers three floor-plans and twenty- three architectural elevations for indoor-outdoor living, designed by Robert Van Rockel, AIBD. These fine homes contain all the latest features today's homemakers desire. Architectural details include slate, ceramic or quarry tile entries; shake, rock or shingle roofs; and large fireplaces. Balanced-Power kitchens have built-in range and oven; dishwasher and disposal. Baths fea- 'turc ceramic tile showers and I marble-topped vanities. In gen- ;eral, all the many details of equipment and finish arc taken care of in a manner to satisfy the discerning buyer. John Noble, Citation vice president, states that a quality built, distinctively styled home doesn't just happen. . . . "It takes years of experience, time and family testing to arrive at a successful development of i moderate priced homes." "The 'tremendous success of the J homes," lie said, "come from 'exact planning and luxury features that the discriminating jhome buyer of today demands" he continued. I The palm-tree studded development with its variety of lot !alignments, traffic-free cul-de- Isac sites, views of valley and mountains add much to the desirability of living at Palm I Terrace No. 2. Snyder's Terdte Control Lawns need winter attention Lawns are never at their best during winter months, but they should be kept mowed and fertilized regularly if you want them to look their best. The California Association of Nurserymen suggests treading lightly on them, however, following a rainstorm. Constant tramping during wet weather will only compact the soil and make it less manageable during the rest of the year. Hew and (jatdew _ Benjamin Moored REDLANDS PAINT Quality Paints for over 80 years SOLD BY — LUTHER I ROGER HOLDEN We Give S. & H. Green Stamps 2 ORANGE ST. REDLANDS PHONE 79-3-5641 Treatments and control services for ants, roaches, termites, moths, etc. j • New, safe fumigation for drywood termites^ GOOD LANDSCAPING IDEA — A retaining wall doesn't have to be ugly. This sloping lawn was a constant problem because of irrigation water run off. Instead of building the usual block wall straight across the front, Mr. Roger Laws, a bridge construction engineer, created this attractive, curving used brick terrace. (CGF photo) and other household pests. HOUSEHOLD AND GARDEN INSECTICIDES FOR SALE! \ j 18 EAST VINE STREET PHONE PY 2-3841 { Home Guarantees Some builders are going FHA one-year house guarantee one better and are offering 5- and 10-year guarantees against structural failures. Actually, a home designed properly in good west coast lumber will never fail. SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Ads HOME LOANS TOGETHER...IN A HOME OF THEIR OWN They financed their home at Redlands Federal. Why not inquire today about a home loan of your own? SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION Redlands Heme Office Fifth St. i. Citrus Ave. 793-2391 Fentani Branch M01 Wheeler Ave. 8754902 or 822-2256 Yucaipa Branch 35034 Yucaipa Boulevard 797-0181 Beaumont Branch 725 Beaumont Avenue 845-3151 Off-beat color for your garden in winter There is no reason your garden should be merely green or drab during winter, not in California. Now is the time to think of those plants that reward us not only with blooms at other seasons but colorful foliage during the winter — real show-stoppers if used properly. One of our most useful small trees is the Strawberry Tree, which has tiny, heather - bell type white flowers in the fall and even through the winter with a round, strawberry - like fruit following the bloom. The ber- riers arc quite colorful and you need not worry about the children munching the fruits. They're edible. This delightful little tree grows to about 20 feet eventually, does not mind some wind and always looks handsome. The bark of the dark brown branches and trunk break to reveal an inner red. The leaves are dark green on top and reddish beneath, hence always colorful. It is not particular about the soil and even will tolerate being planted in a lawn. Pests don't seem to bother it and its roots won't annoy your patio or invade your sewer. A really wonderful little tree for a multitude of uses, and particularly colorful in winter. The berries and foliage are excellent for flower arrangements — just pound the stems and plunge into cold water. An unusual shrub with the virtue of blooming from November to April is the Australian Fuchsia, which isn't a fuchsia in truth but has long, narrow pink flowers like bell-shaped earrings and flairing at the bottom to resemble fuchsias. The foliage is grey-green, which tips us off; that to grow this well you need' excellent drainage — otherwise 1 this shrub is uncommonly easy! to please. Leave it alone. Prune in the spring after bloom to get; a good bushy form — and that's j about all the care needed. I TREASURE HOUSE | Your unused furniture or ap -j pliances will find a ready mar-i ket through Classified Ads. 1 GARDEN RIDGE ESTATES 7 Large Custom 4 & 5 Bedroom Homes from $31,600 Now nearing completion. See them in Redlands on Halsey Street, just south of Garden and Eucalyptus. See your favorite Redlands multiple Broker or call us for information. Better Living Begins When You Own A New Home 5 Vz EAST STATE ST. PY. 3 *2551 REDLANDS, CALIFORNIA Cridelich Plumbing TO SERVE YOU DAY AND NIGHT Phone PY 2-1592 REFRESH YOUR FURNITURE pews 'A CUSTOM-MADE SLIP COVERS Call for Free Home Estimate .• Ask for Don Stiers Custom Crafted to fit — in our own work room. Large selection of fabrics — quick delivery, reasonable prices. PARK N' SHOP VALIDATION Furniture) Draperies Housewares Hardwares Appliances 19 East Citrus Downtown Redlands PY 3-3279

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