Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on March 6, 1964 · Page 10
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 10

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Be modern with MOEN NEW MOEN DIALCET FOR KITCHENS One hondfe dees work of h¥o Sanitary Plumbing Co. 1248 Wabash Ave. 794-2131 10 - Friday, Mar. 6, 1964 Redlands Daily Facts mm POINTERS By Polly Cramer DEAR POLLY — After wiping off my refrigerator and washer, I shine them mth rubbing alcohol. I also use it to shine chrome table legs, mirrors and Jathroora fixtures. Rubbing alcohol will also remove "spit-up" stains from baby's clothing. Pour some on the stain and wash as usual. 1 cut my worn, rag throw rugs into squares a little larger than my hand to use for dusting, floor wa>dng, scouring sink and bathtub and wiping up spilU. They can be laundered and last longer than a sponge.— MRS. B. J. B. GIRLS — I don't have a baby who spits up, but I do have appliances which looked better after an alcohol rub.— POLLY DEAR POLLY — To make simple, inexpensive decorations for your Christmas tree, save the metal strips cut away when coffee and shortening cans are opened with a key. Slowly twist the metal in the opposite direc tion as to unwind, pulling down slightly as you do so. (Be careful not to cut your fingers. Pol ly) Leave the key on to hang it by. You have a silver icicle curl or you spray it another color if you prefer. Spools that adhesive tape comes on may also be dipped or sprayed with paint. The spool and its outside band can either be left together or separated and small decorations glued to the center. A cord for hanging may be attached by closing the band over cord placed across the edge of t h e spool. The spools make nice candle holders, too. Dispensers for plastic gummed tape can be made into sleds to use with reindeers made from pipe clean ers. - MRS. L. B. DEAR POLLY — To keep children's mittens handy, take a length of heavy cord and tie clip clothespins to it, about six or eight inches apart. Make a loop at the top and hang card on a hook. Hang wet mittens on the bottom clips. They dry quickly and a pair may be bung on each clothespin. This has been a blessing for me with three small children who have two or three pairs apiece. To remove chocolate stains from children's clothing, soak the spot thoroughly vntb c 1 u soda BEFORE WASHING an rub as you would any spot. This REALLY works. — MRS. W.: B. GIRLS — It really docs, i triad it on two colors of cotton and also an green corduroy. Spots came out and tiie colors were net affected — but be safe and always test first. —POLLY GOOD TIME Winter is a good time to do that indoor remodeling job be cause builders are not rushed can give lower prices on carpcU' try. Lumber is easy to obtain for new wails, remodeled base ments and attics. Easi-Bild fun Versatile hanging bookshelf for gift It is almost impossible to enu merate all of the many places where this style of shelf can be used to advantage. No room or hallway is ever out of bounds as far as a book or knick knack shelf is concerned. Whether used over a stove to keep herbs and seasonings within convenient reach, over a boy's read- mg table, or in a teenage girl's room to store newly acquired beauty preparations, this proj- 1 ect provides storage space wherever it's needed. Easy to build with material costs at a mim'mum, it makes an ideal one night project. Be- gmncrs, as well as the skilled craftsmen, have fun building it. Starting directly after dinner, I you can trace the pattern and following step-by-stcp directions. saw and assemble one or more before going to bed. If you have a gift problem coming up, give these. Finish to match the furnishings where they will be used. You will not only have fun working with your hands, but also make gifts that are appreciated. Working with wood pays off in two ways; it provides an economical answer to many problems, while it offers complete relaxation and entertainment. Send 50c in coin, check or money order for Hanging Bookshelf Pattern No. 21 to Redlands Daily Facts, P. 0. Box 215, Briarciiff aianor. N.Y. Send 50c additional for new catalog illustrating over 300 other build it yourself projects. Copyright 1964, Donald R. Brann. Housewife uses hobbies to brighten her home OLD FASSmSD QUALITY MODERN ARCHITECTURE 3, 4 & 5 BEDROOMS up to 2Vz BATHS from 5% DOWN • from $24,900 FEATURING Color Coordinated Caloric dream kitchens with quality gas ranges carrying the American Gas Association's Gold Star Award and the Good Housekeeping Seal of Approval... Gaffers & Sattler Electric Air Conditioning... Continuous Filament Nylon Wall-to-Wall Carpeting. .. Dramatic Brick & Stone Fireplaces v/ith Gas Log Lighter ... Full Foilback Insulation, Walls & Ceilings... Ash Cabinets with Raised Panel Doors... 40 & 50 Gallon Water Heaters... Large Pantries...Walk -in Closets...Separate Family Rooms...Formal Dining Rooms... 2 & 3 Car Garages... Double Entry Doors... Breakfast & Serving Bars. Located in the exclusive University area of Redlands .,. Ideally suited for a higher Jevel of living. UNIVERSITY OF REDLANDS I - By GAY PAULEY UPl Wemcn's Editor LYNBROOK. N. Y. (UPI) Any harassed housewife who cries that there just is not I enough time in the day should meet Mrs. Jack Jacobs of this Ismail Long Island suburb of New York. Erma Jacobs ^manages to manage: —One husband, a shoe salesman to whom she's been married for 24 years; —Four foster children who are the daily delight of their foster parents; —A nine room house which, during the seven years they've lUved in it she has decorated all rooms including the children's bedrooms. The day I visited her she was wallpapering the I kitchen. —A collection of 55 costumed dolls she has so masterfully done that some have taken individual prizes in national costumed doll shows. All have been used at numerous exhibits for PTA, for I church or temple, for charities, and most recently were included in a federation of Jewish philanthropies "through the language I of art" exhibition at the IBM Gallery, New York City. —To design and work on a five by six foot tapestry which will tell the story of the 12 dancing princesses; Rugs, Too —Development of a new method for hand-weaving rugs which she hopes to patent and ah -eady has used to make handsome floor coverings for the living room and for her eldest foster child's bedroom-study. Mrs. Jacobs, an attractive brunette who won't tell her age was asked how she found time to pursue so many hobbies as well as run a house. 'You make time by organizing it," she said. "You know," she laughed as she added, "A few years ago I decided I needed to lose a few pounds so I took up ballet for a while." Mrs. Jacobs first came to my I attention through her doU exhibit. The collection, which she's been working on for lo years, IS divided into folk costume, fairy tale and historical dolls. All start with basically the same 10-mch tall doll. She paints on the faces and the costumes are CONCEPT KITCHENS sUtched from the myriad of beads, other jeweling, and scraps of materials which she collects constantly. More than 2.000 sequins went I into the glittering robe of an Indian maharajah. The two-foot long beaded train of her Cleopatra doll took two years to complete. More than 300 tiny pieces of plastic were glued together and glossed for Cleo's elaborate headdress. Wins Prize Her Siamese temple dancer doll encrusted with jewels from I his towering headpiece to his tumed-up shoes won her $1,000 in a national contest. The coat of mail for Julius I Caesar created some problems which she solved by breaking up small gold chains and pasting them on her husband's collar stays, hung vertically. Part of his collar came from the handle of an evening bag. The stiff ] curls for some of her French court group were made by wmd- ling sj-nthetic doll hair around toothpicks. The collection includes other famous figures in history —Na- ipaleon, Henry VIII and his Anne Bolej-n, and one of the pharaohs. She searches museums and libraries to make the costumes as nearly authentic as she can — the pharaoh for in- i stance has tiny cats embroidered on his robe because the Egyptians considered the cat sacred. Many favorably impressed with Fairmount Confine your spraying to minimum PHONE • 793-4394 SALES OFFICE OPEN DAILY 10:30 A.M. 'til DARK Insecticide sprays are non-se lective. They kill all kinds of in sects —the beneficial along with the bad, and we need the good ones. When you are working with msecticides, don't guess about their use. Follow the manufac I turer's directions exactly, and use products only for their expressed purpose. Keep in mind that a very small percentage of the plants which fail do so primarily because of insects and diseases. Possibly as many as ninety-five per cent of those attacked would have remained healthy if good : culture had prevailed. Apparent- ily strong-growing plants produce enzymes which either discourage or conquer pests and diseases in ways not at present [understood. When a plant is weakened from any cause, resistance to infection or infestation decreases. Response to last week's opening of the Iu.\ury Fairmont Estates Homes in the University area of Redlands has been fav- {orablc, based on the heavy homebuyer traffic since opening, according to Alex Graham, Sales Director for the Hillward De- jvelopment Corp., builder-developer. The 77-unit project was built iand developed by the HiUward Development Corp. of Santa Fe Springs. It is one of the fastest homebuilding concerns in Southern California. It can point with pride at more than 30,000 quality residences constructed in many widespread locations of the [southland. Fairmont Estates, the newest, in a series of master planned developments projected by the HiUward firm, provides a long list of luxury features designed to meet the needs of the dis- criminatmg homebuyer. 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 dining rooms, two and three car garages, double entry doors and breakfast and serving bars. Fairmont Estates offers a choice of 4 floor plans that can be incorporated into 16 exterior elevations, all of a custom nature. Divide Chrysanthemum* Lift and divide your chrysanthemums. Or you can get the rooted cuttings from your California Association of Nurserymen and set them out in good soil.

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