Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on March 27, 1964 · Page 9
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 9

Redlands, California
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Friday, March 27, 1964
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EXTERIOR — Established trees frame the new custom home of Major and Mrs. A. W. Buesking, 620 Beauregard Crest. Redlands Daily Facts Friday, Mar. 27. 1964 - 9 LIVING ROOM — Open fireplace seporofes living from odult room. Deeorafive Window Shades m All Kinds • All Styles Always the Newest REDLANDS SHADE SHOP 620 Orange Ph. 792-5807 This Is The Week With the recent heavy rains this it the best time to pull thos^ weeds before they get too far along. It's time to prune your fuchsias and geraniums. Seedlings should be planted now but remember they are tender and need protection against the hot mid-day sun. This is iust about the last chance for an early *tart on your vegetables. If you missed pruning, you might as well forget it until after your trees or shrubs bear fruit. Cutting and pruning now for the most part is net so good because the spring surge of sap causes excessive bleeding. NEEDLE IN TIME NEW YORK (UPI) — Influenza vaccinations for high risk groups are tu'ged by Dr. James W. Raleigh, medical director of the American Thoracic Society. The reason: an upswing ia flu is predicted for fall. High risk groups include persons with lung disease, heart disease, diabetei and other chronic illnesses, persons over 65 years of age and expectant mothers. New Buesking home built by Devel'A 'Con Facts Classified Ads Can Sell Anything Call 793-3221 Established trees form the background for the new custom home of Major and Mrs. A. W. Buesking. Located on a sloping ridge at 620 Beauregard Crest, off Cypress avenue, the ihome looks toward the lower reaches of Smiley Park and over the surrounding orange groves. Major Buesking is attached to Ballistic System Division in the CONGRATULATlOKs TO MR. & MRS. A. W. BUESKING ON THEIR BEAUTIFUL NEW HOME <20 BEAUREGARD CREST PLUMBING BY REDLANDS PLUMBING CO. 792-3360 S20 TEXAS ST. REDLANDS fmancial area of the Minuteman office at Norton Air Force Base. Off white carpeting, furnished by McEwens, is used through out most of the spacious home which has almost 2900 square feet of living area. The beauti ful house was constructed by Dcvel-A-Con, Inc. of Redlands. A sloping drive leads up to the three bedroom and den home. Slumpstone ih used as a low facing around the house below the natural shiplap siding. A green trim and a heavy shake roof complete the exterior. E.\posed concrete aggregate is used for the wide entry walk to the pmktoned front door. From the entry-way which opens into the living room, the dining, adult, kitchen and activity rooms are to the right and the sleeping area and den to the left A low stepdown separates the formal entertainment area from the dining room. Sliding glass I doors form the wall between the room and the spacious covered patio which rings a good part of the home. A curved sofa adds to the Une created by sinking the living room slightly below the rest H e VEL-A-CON INC Extends Heartiest Congratulations to MR. & MRS. A. W. BUESKING 620 Beauregard Crest on ihelr lovely home featured today . . . naturally, built by Devel-A-con. WATCH FOR THE GRAND OPENING of the all new "SUNSET HILLS" HOMES On Pemela Crest — East Sunset Drive, North WATCH THEM BEING BUILT ~ SELECT YOURS TODAY! of the house floor level. Open- weave white drapes are used to cover the vast e-vpanse of glass. Upon a tea cart server are displayed several pieces of| silver and cut glass. Two blue chairs are grouped around a black marble coffee table in front of the raised hearth fireplace which scpa rates the living and adult room. Pink marble tops two matching circular end fables and a music system is against the far wall. The adult room is located in the comer with glass forming the walls. Formal dining is provided for in the distinctive dining room which looks out to the front garden. Natural Ash shelves contain various ceramic, china, brass and copper things that the Buesking's have picked up in their travels. Kitchen The owners had a counter bar added to the neatly designed kitchen that opens to the adult room. Four chair back stools are under the three hanging lamps over the sand toned tile surface. Cabinets and drawers of the natural ash abound in the meal area with its double ovens. Off the kitchen is a utility room which contains a meal- planning area and a bath. The activity room wth its sliding doors in opposite walls is reached through the kitchen- utility room and is separated from tlie sleeping area. Bedrooms The Buesking's two daugh ters, Jan and Becky have their own bedrooms, one done in French provincial and the other with mahogany furniture. A full bath with double basins separates the rooms. Across the hall is the master suite with its sliding glass door to the patio. A feature of the room is the separate dressing and vanity area shut off from the room by a decorative screen. Plenty of wardrobe space is found in the room. Yellow tiles have been used in the bath. At the end of the hall is the striking den with its multi-colored carpeting. Various hues of color have been used to form stripes. A conversation piece is the Mongol — the equivalent of a Turkish charcoal barbecue which is solid brass and is in the activity room. It is over 20O years old and was purchased by the Bueskings while overseas. Redlands Plumbing installed the piping for the home. Single dial faucets are used throughout the home. DRESSING ROOM — Decorative screen separates orea from master bedroom in the Buesking home. BIRDWATCHER BRUNCH NEW YORK (UPI) - Box lunches for birdwatchers are a specialty at a Long Island restaurant in the Montauk area. A kitchen staff remains after the summer season ends to prepare sandwiches, fruit and cookies or cake for birdwatch­ ers who frequent the remote area during the height of the fall migratory season. KUITE'S Discount Sales A Service WEEK-END ONLY • SPECIAL • Beautiful Wood Cabinet 23" CONSOLE TV Reg. $299. $199 519 W. Colton epp. Calhoun Congratulations Shade makes cooler temperatures Tests show that trees shading the west walls of a home will make the inside temperature of the house five to ten degrees cooler in hot weather. By using trees that shed their WET ALARM NEW YORK (UPI) - A Japanese firm has brought out a diaper-cover wired for s o u n d. The Wall St. Journal reports the sh'ghfesf dampness sets off the cover's transistorized buzzer alarm. leaves, the sun's heat will not be cut off in the colder months when you need it. NOW REDLANDS NEWEST & FINEST — THE MOTEL to Mr. & Mrs. A. W. Buesking on their lovely home featured today. CARPETING THROUGHOUT WAS SUPPLIED BY- NOW ... a NEW and MODERN MOTEL in REDLANDS you can recommend unqualifiedly to visiting friends and relatives (when space is at a premium at your home)! CLEAN. COMFORTABLE. QUIET and above all. .. REASONABLE! • DOUBLE INSULATION AND SOUND PROOFING • EXTRA LARGE ROOMS • LARGE PULLMAN BATHS • EXTRA LARGE BEDS • AIR CONDITIONING McE wens FURNITURE - CARPETING - ACCESSORIES 17-21 West State St. Redlands • ROOM HEAT THERMOSTATICALLY CONTROLLED • ROOM PHONES • TV & HI-FI • HEATED SWIMMING POOL • CLOSE TO SHOPPING AND ENTERTAINMENT m sjARom Mom - TRULY A HOME AWAY FROM mi YOUR HOST and HOSTESS. FRANK & MYRA KALU20K 100 THE TERRACE PHONE 793-2571

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