Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on February 21, 1964 · Page 10
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 10

Redlands, California
Issue Date:
Friday, February 21, 1964
Page 10
Start Free Trial

Buyers Guide to Medallion Homes The only electrically modern homes... in every price range The Medallion Home Award is a cornerstone for modern living—a solid basis for a home's lasting value, today and in the future. Compare the detailed electrical construction requirements for the Medallion Home Award with those for any other type of new home symbol. You'll discover the Medallion Home Award is the one award that requires a new home to conform to specific and rigid standards, giving important value to the buyer. Here are just some of the qualifications: 1. A flameless electric kitchen equipped with major appliances, including range and oven. 2. Full "Housepower" Wiring provides capacity for at least twenty circuits, considered a minimum for modern living; large enough wires;240-volt service for the electrical capacity every home needs. 3. Abundant lighting planned for comfort, convenience and beauty. A total-electric Gold Medallion Home gives you all these benefits plus: 1 ci =riie | ess electric home and water heating. Southern California Edison WEST COVINA CHARVER HEIGHTS offers prestige country living with 3-4-5 bedrooms, T,' baths, formal dining rest". L cry bora, remo'.s con- Ov r (::-or,:,-: inn HACIENDA HEIGHTS TRI-LEVEL ESTATES c:\ r love,''/ hemes v.iih 3 or4 bsarcs.Ts, 3 baths and rumpus room. The ail- eiectric kitchen comes c-quipesd with range, oven, dishwasher and disposT. Other outstanding features in each split-level home include carpets, iireplaces. s'na'te- shingle roofs and a 3 -car parage. 522,950 to S29.200. ED 3-2257. COVINA MclNTYRE BUILDERS, INC., is a development of 3-4 bearoom homes, with family rooms and 2-2J-J baths. Each house is CL .s:om designed for o.vner. All-el?c'ric l .'edallion Award kivrhens nave r .ir.qe, oven, dishwasher, ui;-r-;srr, a-'i refrigerator, co.v — 5,'.-"J I''.— 25 vrs. $£50 Hrsi-r.:.-> .slaty r 'O'iirfwent. From SZ4,i:Q. Cail £0 2-2o:e. puwrc iowuso WOIKMAN HACIENDA HEIGHTS TRUMAR HACIENDA ESTATES feature homes v.r.h 3 or 4 bedrooms, paneled family rooms and 2-1/2 baths. In the all-electric kitchens are range, oven, dishwasher & disposer. These split-level homes, near schools, are carpeted "throughout. Other features: stone entry, shake roof, fireplaces and 3 -car garage. 524,750 to 531,750. 10% down. ED 0-1606. 5AM lEWAHXNO PWT. POMONA CARRIAGE HOMES offers plans that C3n be customized, wall to wall carpets, 5 ft block wall around rear yard, concrete drives. 3 i 4 bedrooms, V/ t baths. Kitchen has range, double oven, dishwasher, disposer. Patios in. $20,750-S22,350. 10 ; o down Non-Vet. 714-593-9054 or 593-9-334. DIAMOND BAR GOLDEN SPRINGS ESTATES are homes situated on large view lots. They have 3 and 4 extra large bedrooms, 2 and 3 baths, v.-ith air conditioning and AM-FM radio intercoms. Medallion kitchens are all-electric with range, oven with rotisserie, dishwasher and disposer. S24,500-S23,000 from $2,500 payment. LY 5-1709. FREE! Homebuyers Magazine and Map Guide H Contains pictures, prices, descriptions, niaos to more than 800 new home developments in Southern California, including custom homes end apartments. Offers many new ideas for deco- jj rating, landscaping and furnishing your home. | Send coupon for free copy of this fact-filled magazine, or look for it at your newsstand. Mail today. Limited quantity. HOMEBUYERS MAGAZINE Dept D, 205 Avenue I Redondo Beach, Calif. Name_ Address. City .Phone_ Desired Location. Price Range ' Kitchen Preference • Electric Q Other 10-Friday, Feb. 21, 1964 Redlands Daily Facts' Roses love to show off now is the planting time The thrill of rose fragranccibe selected for its colorful and beautv never dulis — andl 0 ' 00015 . attractive foliage, disease resistance (so that it won't require constant spraying: ior dusting) and ability to pro-i the nice thing is that roses love to show off. They give striking, flowery I vide continuous color, performances the very first] Roses don't have the tendrils year and improve encores for that some vines have, so it's many years to come. And the;necessary to direct them prop- nice thing is that roses comejcrly. in many types and sizes — so Hybrid tea climbers are fine many that it seems there is al-in horizontal espalier patterns most a special type guaranteed or in wide fans, to meet your many needs, as{ There's a special tip to remember when training the canes: direct them horizontally along the top of a fence or days. Not only can they be used i other support, then be sure to to screen unsightly views, but j bend the tops down so that buds they provide masses of color on can break along the canes to a \-erticaI surface. Climbers'produce additional two-to-three well as colors, to match any spacific preferences. Climbers are coming into their own these take much less ground space than the bush types. Clarence Perkins, president of Jackson and Perkins Company of California, points out that well-trained climbers posess definite design value — even when dormant—which surpasses the normal bush kind. There are many places to use clim bers, for their handsome summer splashes of color. Fences walls, trellises and pillars offer the necessary support. Perkins, who has had more than 50 years of practical experience in thc world of roses, says that a good climber should FOR... A BETTER SERVICE AT LESS COST ... CALL E. D. HAHN PAINTING & DECORATING LICENSED, INSURED 793-2664 After 5 P.M. Call 774-178? foot-long sections of flowerin; wood. Rose canes beaded vertically, straight up in the air, will produce about as many blooms as normal bush roses, but it will be bare and leggy at the base. Pillar roses, usually averaging six to eight feet in height, offer wonderful vertical contrasts against a fence or a wall or when spaced properly in formal rose gardens. These climbing roses give you long bloom, good foliage, and comparatively small thorns: Coral Dawn: an everblooming climber with deep coral-pink: blooms. Sierra Sunset: covered with masses of 6-inch blooms jin blended tones of yellow, pink.j ;cream, orange and red. Royal' !Sunset: blooms of bronzy-orange and shrimp pink. Royal Lavcn-j der: exciting, true lavender ; tones overlaid with dove-gray and warm pink. Royal Gold: the answer for spots where ai beautiful yellow climber is; •needed. Blooms have an interesting fruity fragrance. Don jJuan: heavily loaded with vel- Ivety red flowers averaging 5' inches across. Highly resistant OUTDOOR VIEW — Patio is located just off the kitchen in the Jennings apartment. to mildew. New Blaze: ever- blooming fiery scarlet climber literally smothered with hundreds of flowers on each plant. CARPET SALE DU PONT 501 NYLON a loop pile from Dupont's finest nylon — Continuous filament, won't fuzz, pill, or pull out . . . YOU SAVE 30% While it lasts $6 95 WOOL PILE SCROLL TEXTURE WILTON BROADLOOM Closely woven Wilton construction for extra wear. YOU SAVE 40% *5 95 EXTRA HEAVY PLUSH HERCULON PILE BROADLOOM New sensational fiber. Hi-Io, random sheared or muted tweed. 3 styles, 27 colors $795 NO MONEY DOWN — 36 MONTHS TO PAY. THREE FINE STORES TO SERVE YOU REDLANDS — 100 Orange — 793-238? YUCAIPA — 3S119 Yucaipa Blvd. — 797-1121 HIGHLAND — 27206 E. Baseline — 862-5656 Bougainvillea very pretty regardless of its name It is too bad that intrepid na ; vigator Louis Antoine de Bott |gainvillea did not have an eas- | ier name to pronounce, but per- jhaps it is fitting that the extremely exotic plants should jhave a rather exotic name. Pro- jnouncc it boo-gin-vil-ee-ah with thc accent on thc "vil". ! We in Southern California can count it among our blessings ;that we can grow with the greatest of case a good assortment of Bougainvilleas. Thc less fortunate gardeners to the n 0 r t h can grow thc old-hat (but still beautiful) magenta one and some of the reds but we can grow those in the orange and gold range as well. Certainly nothing is quite as spectacular as Bougainvillea California Gold or Orange King billowing over a I carport or around the entrance to a breezeway. It may be wise at this point to remind you that your house and garage have colors of their own and you should select your Bougainvillea to agree with that color — not fight it. If you have your house painted in some out- of-the-ordinary color ask your California Association of Nurserymen member which of the many varieties will suit the situation best. Down here in the HOME LOANS Redlands Federal, with more than 74 years experience in home financing, is well equipped to assist you in arranging home loan terms to suit your income. Come in anytime and talk over your home ownership plans—we will be happy to lend a helping hand. IMPROVEMENT LOANS Convenient home improvement loons can be arranged quickly to suit your specific needs, even though you have a mortgage on your home. Be a smart bird, slop in ot any of cur four convenient offices. 'southland you have plenty of choice. You won't have to repaint your house. Incidentally, the beauty of the Boungainvillea is not its flowers, which are tiny, usually- white. It's the gaily colored leaves or bracts that give the wonderful show. Nor does the Bougainvillea "climb" in t h e sense that ivy does. In its native haunts in South America, it tends to hook its thorns into I other vegetation and "climb" jin that way. Here we have to I help it with wires or trellis. Its I culture is of thc easiest, but (when you plant it DO NOT I BREAK THE ROOT BALL of soil. That's the only thing you really have to worry about. That and drainage. Bougainvillea must have excellent drainage It prefers to be soaked heavily then left to dry out. A hot, dry place is its happy home. When you plant, soak it heavily then don't water again until it starts growing well. You can prune to control its size and you can pinch out the new growing tips in the spring to encourage branching and more "blooming bracts". But you can leave it alone, too. It likes neglect. There arc many to choose from so thc best thing is to examine the stock at your C. A.N. nursery and point to the one you want. There is even a hush form. Temple Fire (deep red), which makes a compact rounded bush about 5 feet tall and is excellent for use in a container. Botanical name. Magenta Bougainvillea, (B. brasiliensis). Replace those non productive roses There is a temptation—among old, experienced gardeners as well as young ones — to keep a rose that doesn't seem to like you. Don't do it. If for some reason a rose isn't producing lots of wonderful flowers for you, take it out now and get one of the. new, more beautiful ones. Most rose, failure is from buying second- rate bushes. Go to a California Association of Nurserymen member and you won't have that trouble. Get a grade No. 1 or l'i bush of the size and color you want and plant it the way your C.A.N, nurseryman tells you. CONGRATULATIONS To Jim Green, Owner ROOSEVELT COURTS Highest Railroad Peru claims the distinction of having the world's highest railroad operating on a standard- guage. Its railroad climbs about 15,000 feet above sea level. REDLANDS SHADE SHOP 620 Orange Ph. 792-5807 SAYINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION Redlands Home Office Fifth St. & Citrus Ave. 793-2391 Fontana Branch 8401 Wheeler Ave. 875-0902 or 822-2256 Yucaipa Branch 35034 Yucaipa Boulevard 797-0181 Beaumont Branch 725 Beaumont Avtnu* 845-3151 The Place to STORE in Sixty-Four Outstanding protection and service! Yoar goods will get the finest care tnown today— thinks to our modern, tested methods and our careful, trained men. Call us for protection . . . plus friendly, personalized service!. Meets the very highest standards! Oars is the only warehouse in town that has earned the coveted "Nationally Accredited'' approval—by passing a strict, impartial inspection. "Accredited" is the dependable mark of quality... like "sterling" on silver! Regular low rates-Free estimates! You pay no more for famous Mayflower care! No fob is too big, or too small. Call us today for our free estimate and helpful information. No obligation! TRI-CITY VAN & STORAGE CORP. (EXCIU5IVE AGENTS FOR AERO MAYFtOWER TRANSIT CO.) 31 W. Stuart 793-2203 4

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 8,000 newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free