Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on February 28, 1964 · Page 9
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 9

Redlands, California
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Friday, February 28, 1964
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Redlands Daily Facts Friday, Feb. 28,1964 - 9 —in Citations Palm Terrace two model homes, the Carpeting, Drapes and Furnishings were supplied PALM TERRACE OPENS - Citation Homes announces the opening of Palm Terrace this weekend with 37 new homes. It is located on Palm avenue west of San Mateo street. j Rusty Cutters? If you keep having trouble j with rusting gutters, try long; lasting wood gutters. You can, buy wood gutter in Douglas fir. | west coast hemlock or western! red cedar, and they never rustj jout. 1 McE wens Furniture — Carpeting — Accessories 17-21 West State Street - Redlands Chatelaine II homes hold premier opening The premier opening of Chatelaine II heralds a crowning jstruction Corporation holds t h c achievement in architectural de-j grand opening of Palm Terrace. Citation opens new Palm Terrace development Thirty - seven new Citation | established a reputation for Homes, in the $22,800 to $24,200 price range will be introduced this weekend as Citation Con­ sign as a limited collection of 3, 4 and 5 bedroom, custom quality homes will be shown this weekend. Four furnished models, California ranch, split level and two story homes, will be featured to attract the discriminating home buyer who demands luxury ap pointments and distinctive styling. Exposed beam ceilings, extra wide, open hearth fireplaces and extravagantly detailed country kitchens which include built-in range and oven, dishwasher, vent, fan, hood, pantry and snack bar will prove instantly popular. Interiors of all the Chatelaine homes have been color coordinated with rich walnut panelling (Continued on page 13) Blue is rare garden color Blue flowers arc usually lacking in gardens. For some reason, mother nature didn't endow many plants with this color. But there are some choice blue flowering plants that should be grown more. Among them are the blue California Mountain Lilacs (Ceanothus species), Australian Blue Bell (Sollya heterophylla), blue Lily of the Nile (Agapanthus afri- canus) and Blue Marguerites (Felicia amelloides). Good blue annuals include: ageratum, blue kinds of aster, blue Batchelor's Buttons, Blue Heliotrope, blue larkspur, Forget-me-not, Baby Blue Eyes (nemophila), true blue petunias and Heavenly Blue Morning Facts Classified Ads Can Sell Anything Call 793-3221 located on Palm avenue, west of San Mateo, the three and four bedroom, two-bath homes exemplify the careful site selection, lively design and quality construction. John Noble, Citation vice president, in announcing the opening, pointed with pride to the many fine homes the company has built in and around Redlands since 1961. "We have cover may solve landscaping problems If you have a landscaping problem that seems to defy solution, a good ground cover may be the answer. The most popular ground cover is Algerian Ivy. However, it seems to be drastically overused. Other excellent ground cover plants are: Trailing Rose mary. Creeping Mountain Lilac prostrate white abelia, spreading juniper (Juniperus horizontalis), Aaronsbeard (Hy­ pericum species). Star Jasmine and trailing vinca. For easiest maintenance, soil for ground cover should be prepared the same careful way as for lawn: rototilled or dug deeply with lots of humus mixed in. and then leveled or terraced and planted. The most obvious advantages of ground cover over lawn are in elimination of mowing, getting away from the hordes of pests and diseases normally associated with lawns, and you can grow ground cover on terrain too steep or irregular for lawn. building a solid, well - designed home that a family is proud to own. - ' said Noble, "at a price that gives them the maximum Fairmount Estates opens this weekend This weekend marks the official opening of the University dollar value. Palm Terrace con- i area's Fairmont Estates, lux I tinues this tradition." ;nry home development, in Rod-! Palm Terrace offers t h r c c-'lands according to Sales Direc-; floor plans and twenty - tlirccjtor, Alex Graham. j architectural elevations for in- 1 Fairmont Estates comprises door-outdoor living, designed by i 77 luxurious residences in the Robert Van Rockel, AIBD. Each of these fine homes contains all of the 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 feature ceramic tile showers and marble-topped vanities. In gen ral, all the many details of equipment and finish are taken care of in a manner to satisfy the discerning buyer. The palm-tree studded devel opment has many fine view-sites sites overlooking the valley and mountains. Curved and linear street layouts provide a variety of lot alignments and traffic-free cul-de-sac sites. One furnished and two unfurnished models are open daily. Sterilize soil for starting seedlings It's time now to be starting many kinds of spring vegetable and flower plants from seeds. Results will be better if you use sterilized soil to eliminate the possibility of infectious disease. To sterilize a small amount of soil, sift it through a fine screen and then spread it about an inch deep in a pan. Place it in the kitchen oven at 225 degrees for about two hours. Al low it to cool to room tempera ture and it's ready for planting. Congratulations to CITATION CONSTRUCTION CORPORATION DESIGN & DRAFTING FOR PALM TERRACE By robert van roekel 10 1 South Redlands, Sixth Street A California g first unit and was built and developed by the Hillward Development Corporation of Santa Fe Springs. The firm is one of the fastest growing homebuilding concerns in Southern California, according to Graham. It can point with pride at more than 3000 quality residences constructed in many widespread locations in the Southland. The thriving community of Redlands was chosen by the firm as the site of Fairmont Estates because it provides an ideal setting for a quality development of this nature, Graham noted. ! As an example, he pointed; out that the atmosphere imparted by the famed Univer-j sity of Redlands and its sur-| roundings makes the area ideally suited for a higher level of living. Yet, the one and two story, two and two-and-one half baths, three to five bedroom residences are priced from $24,900 and range to $29,000 on terms of from 5 per cent down. Fairmont Estates, the newest in a scries of master planned developments projected by the Hillward firm, provides a long list of luxury features designed to meet the needs of the discriminating homebuyer. One of these is the inclusion of a complete concept in kitchen planning — the color-coordinated Caloric dream kitchen. Its line of quality built- ins carries the American Gas Association's Gold Star Award and the Good Housekeeping Seal of Approval. Also high on the list of features is an electric air-conditioning system by Gaffers &• Sattler, plus continuous filament wall-to-wall carpeting, dramatic brick and stone fireplaces with gas log lighter, large pantries, walk-in closets, separate family rooms, formal (Continued on Page 12) Sharpen your tools first Sharpen your tools now be fore the big spring outdoor season begins. Hedge and pruning shears should be sharp so they don't bruise the bark of the limbs you prune — and because it makes pruning easy. If your tools need replacing, see a nurseryman with the California Association of Nurserymen identification for the latest and best garden equipment. TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or an- pliances will find a ready mar ket through Classified Ads. GRAND OPENING PALM TERRACE IN REDLANDS 70 LOS ANGEIES FAMILY DESIGNED HOMES 3 & 4 bedrooms • 2 baths • the latest in home features • palm lined parkways • view sites • FHA insured loans from 22,800 MODELS OPEN DAILY FROM 11 A.M. ON PALM AVENUE WEST OF SAN MATEO STREET, REDLANDS • 792-7664 the mark of quality CITATION CONSTRUCTION CORPORATION is!

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