Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on February 7, 1964 · Page 11
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 11

Redlands, California
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Friday, February 7, 1964
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GRAND I OPENING ! Hew* 1 CORNER CITRUS and LINCOLN J Redlands, California ••] VETS NO DOWN! Terrific Upstairs Rumpus Room $ 19,075 FROM ONLY ™ FULL PRICE Redlands Daily Facts Friday, Feb. 7, 1964 - 1 1; Bird of Paradise needs rich soil should always be moist, but nol wet. BEDROOM — French provincial styled furniture is used in this room in the Aardappel homo, Colonial style marks new Aardappel home (Continued from Page 9) door. A yellow couch and an leaf serving cart. A matching olive easy chair are used in the buffet is also in the room. Con-;room trasting with the white carpet J At the end of the area a door and walls is the black and white j opens to the study which is filled drapes. jwith sunlight during the after One feature of the room is:noon hours. A bath, laundry the handy pass through, that can be closed off by shutters, that opens directly into the kitchen. A sliding door opens from the dining room into the kitchen. The V shaped facility has natural wood cabinets with the sink positioned under a window that allows a view of the rear yard. Double ovens, a built-in room and entrance to the gar. age all are found at the end of the room. Leading to the bedroom wing is a wide carpeted hallway with various storage cabinets. A pull out shelf provides a base for folding linens. The main bath off the hall has ja separate vanity tabic and settee. Raised tile with yellow highlights is used on the counter and brass grille doors are dishwasher and a range hood are some of the features. White tile covers the counters and cabinets are located above thejused on the pullman. cooking and breakfast section.! The Aardappel's daughters' Family iroom has French Provincial Separating the kitchen andjstyled furniture. Double louver- family room is a low breakfastjed sliding doors are used on the counter. From the family room i wardrobe, easy access is provided to the | Charles, the Aardappels' son rear patio by use of a sliding,has olive toned carpet covering I "Reliable - Financially Responsible!' Mayflower mas* CWIPANY . . . FOR YOUR PROTECTION! TRI-CITY VAN & STORAGE CORP. w. 31 STUART NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE T.O. No. 63-6278 On Wednesday. March 4. 1964. at! 11.00 a.m.. TITLE INSURANCE AND, , TRUST COMPANY, as duly appointed It's hardlV worth while to Sim -j Trustee under and pursuant to Deed i„i . i:„ .. - t>:-l o' Trust dated January 15. 1963. «•:• jply dig a hole and plant a Bird i( , CUIrd by ANTHONY DAMATO andil i of Paradise (Strelitzia reginas) 1 RL-TH E. DAMATO. husband andj f , . , wife, and recorded January 31. 1963.! |unless you have the extremely! in book 5844. page 28. of official 1 ! 'rich soil it requires j Records in the office of the Coumy • I I ... .., ,'.' ,. Recorder of San Bernardino County.! It probably will live in ordin-, California, WILL SELL AT PUBLIC! arv >;riil hut vnn will n p v p ri AUCTION To HIGHEST BIDDER ™J ary son. oui jou win n c \ e r, FOR CASH , payable at time of Mle ,™ SCC the grandlOSC display t h e in lawful money of the United Statcsi I 'nlanf i>: ranahln nf l at ,hc tront entrance of the Pioneer piani is capaoic 01. ;TJtle office of Tltle Insurance and; , « To prepare Bird Of Paradise: Trust Company, at MO Fourth Street.i «nil miv in lar"p amount": nfi San Bernardino. California, all right. sou. mi.\ in large amounts or tjl | e and INTCRE 5 T conveyed to and humUS (manure Or COmpOSt ) i now held by it under said Deed of -,„J —-..i \-A :r :»•„ Trust in thcTrust in the property and bone meal. And if its prac-j situat< . d in sai „ Coun(y and statc : tical, use about half mountain idescribed ... : Lot 39 of Tract 3137. Hilltop Es- loam soil. tales Unit No. 2. as per plat rc- 'Birds' must be planted high V? ok . 43 „ of M *. ps - pag " , , . , r .... . 44. 45 and 46 of said county, and prevented from settling tOO| Said sale wilt be made, but with- deeply, which can happen as the humus decomposes. To keep this from happening, place the plant on a base of solid soil, then dig around the solid base to make room for the enriched! ,„;i A.IJ „.„, _„;t ,.„., -„lof the Trustee and of the trusts cre- soil. Add new soil from year to| a „ d by M1<1 ot Trust. The beneficiary* under said Deed of Trust, by reason of a breach or default in the obligations secured thereby, heretofore executed and delivered to the undersigned a written Declaration of Default and Demand for Sale, and written notice of breach and of election to cause the undersicned to sell said property to satisfy said obligations, and thereafter, on October 30. 1963. the undersigned caused said notice of breach and of election to be recorded in: book 6019, page 203, of said Official: Records. I Date: January 31. 1964. I TITLE INSURANCE AND' TRUST COMPANY. i as said Trustee.' By JOHN H. MYERS. ( Assistant Secretary. CR-2300 ! year as necessary to compensate for the settling of the humus. Regular feeding with a complete plant food and mulching with manure is recommended. Irrigation must be deep, thorough and not too often. Soil] out covenant or warranty, express! or implied, regarding title, possession, or encumbrances, to pay thej principat sum of the note secured by: said Deed of Trust, to-wit: S24.O0O .o6.; with interest from June 15. 1963. as I in said note provided, advances. if| any. under the terms of said Deed; of Trust, fees, charges and expenses] GOOD LANDSCAPING IDEA - What is it? It's a tree stump. Upside down. An unusual display ot outdoor art such as this can give your landscape just the touch it needs to moke if a fascinating garden instead of o drob yard. When installing a wooden object such as this inverted tree stump or a piece of driftwood, be certain to soak the part to go below ground in creosote to prevent rotting. For Those Who Take Pride . . . A Service of FIHE MFTSMAHSMP E. D. HAHN PAINTING & DECORATING LICENSED, INSURED 793-2664 After 3 P. M. Call 794-1789 Phone the floor of his room. A built-in desk is suspended from the wall. At the end of the hall past the linen storage area is the master suite. A sliding glass door opens to the patio from the room. White carpet covers the floor. A separate dressing and wardrobe area along with a! with > ts oval basin. A built-in private bath is just off t h el vanity table is next to the ward room. (robes. The entire home is air White tile with gold highlights! conditioned by Huisken's Sheet is used on the pullman counterj.Metal Bougainvillea very colorful The showy part of the bou ! gainvillea is not actually the flower. It is the leaf like bracts at the ends of the branches, j The tiny bougainvillea flowerj is unnoticeable, hidden amongj the colorful bracts. REDLANDS AWNING & AUTO UPHOLSTERY 416 ORANGE ST. NO TRICKS UP OUR SLEEVES Just good old fashion service ... For over 74consecutive years, we have been continuing the proud tradition of helping people with their financial needs. Sound, progressive operating policies administered by local experienced management, plus insured protection on all accounts, awaits you here at Redlands Federal. Home Loans for buying, building, remodeling or improving your home are quickly arranged ., tailored to fit your income. We will continue to build on knowledge, on faith and on integrity. and to always be ready with a helping hand. SAYINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION Redlindt Homt Offict Fifth St. I Citrus Ave. 793-2391 Fonrant Branch SMI Wheeler Ave. 175-0902 or 122-225* Yucaipa Branch 35034 Yucaipa Boulevard 797-0111 Biaumont Branch 725 Beaumont Avenue 145-3151 ALL KIDS LOVE OUR MILK! (EVEN THE ONE YOU MARRIED, MOM, WILL GO FOR IT Bid) How About If, Mom? Ready To Call . . . 792-4421 And Start YOUR HOME DELIVERY RIGHT NOW! GOLD MEDAL WINNER QUALITY DAIRY (Since 1925) 619 New York Sr. DIRECTIONS: PROM DOWNTOWN REDLANDS: DRIVE EAST ON CITRUS AVENUE CONTINUE UNDER FREEWAY to LINCOLN FURNISHED MODEL HOMES OPEN DAILY PHONE 792-8238 MESA REALTY DIRECTOR OF SALES

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