Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on March 27, 1964 · Page 10
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 10

Redlands, California
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Friday, March 27, 1964
Page 10
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with a f lameless FREE KITCHEN PAINT KIT when you buy an electric range now One pound wall cleaner 3ne gallon kitchen enamel and one brush )-foot ladder 9x12 drop cloth Pan and.rollerset Buy your electric range now- and take advantage of this free offer. Time is limited - so see the new models at your dealer's today. Oifer available to all electric service customers of Southern California Edison Company. With flameless electric cooking, you'll see the clean difference in your kitchen. You'll fed the cool difference, too. Only electric ranges offer so many new automatic features and the new easy-to-clean ovens. The cost to cook electrically? For a family of four, just about 5c a day. Good news! Now you can buy the range and the wiring on time. One low monthly payment covers both. ... Southern CaHfornia Edison • • • - • Redlands Daily Facts 10 >Friday, Mar. 27,1964 Building permits issued inYucaipa San Beniardiiio-County build tag permits totaling $39,008 were issued for construction in the Yucaipa area recently. The largest permit, $12,503, was issued to Jlr. and Mrs. C. H. Baker, 24434 Central avenue. liOma Linda for construction of a framed dwelUng et 13366 Rob m Court, Yucaipa. The h 0 m e wiU contain 1450 square feet ofi space. C. A. Hirst of Loma Unda is the builder. Other permits issued included the following: Thelbcrt Francis, owner, ,>3619 Reedy\voods lane, Yucaipa, a $9,638 permit for a 1047 square foot stucco dwelling on Comberton street Bill Simmons builder. Ted Schaff, owner and builder, 11980 Sutter, Yucaipa, a $11,759 permit, for a 1350 square foot stucco^ dwelling on Fairview street. Dora Courvoisier, owner, 11829 Bryant street a $2,608 permit for a frame stucco dwelling ad dition at U829 Bryant Frank G, Reynolds, owner and builder, 33816 Nebraska, Yucaipa, a $2,500 permit for a duplex dwelling that was moved onto a lot at 11190 Fremont. A $13i200 permit was issued for construction of a masonry frame electrical wholesale build ing at 31493 Highway 99, Bed lands. Robert A. Schaefer and Holly E. Rues, owners and builders. A I/oma Linda permit tofaling $68,294 was taken out for four dwelling at Hillcrcst and Daisy, Loma Linda. Nador Construction Co.,-owner and builder. Mr. and Mrs. Howard AVeeks, owners, a $14,241 permit for a 1665 square foot dwelling at It 440 Acacia street Loma Linda. E. J, Miller Const owners, 11 333 Anderson street, Loma Linda a $4,700 permit for two swim- nung pools at 11535 and 11554 Rictanont road, Loma Linda. POLLY'S POINTERS By Polly Cr«m«r DEAR POLLY — Another use for discarded nylons is to draw them over your fancy shoes while you drive to a party. You leave them in the car and quick' ly puU them on agam'for the drive home. — J. H. W. GIRLS — These nylons could be cut off to about the height of boots so they are easier to gat off and on. — POLLY DEAR POLLY - My daughter, 8, recently tore one of her best school dresses in the front near the top of the skurt. I had no matchmg fabric to mend with so I took one of her prettiest hankies and pinned it on the spot with a costume pin. Now when she wears the dress to school she gets many admir- uig comments on her cute han ky with no one suspecting there is a patch under it. Collect your child's miniature toys and oddities that are pres ently just a cluttery nuisance and pack them away in a box to be brought cut later as a •Sick Day Toy Box." — MRS. H C DEAR POLLY — A child's sleigh can be made by cutting off the legs of an old high chair, just below the seat, and fasten' tag the seat to a sled. Every time you make a dress or other garment, put a scrap of the material and an e«tra button or two on a page of a scrapbook kept for this purpose. When a button is lost or y o u need a patch for mendtag, it is easy to locate the needed item. - AUDREY. DEAR POLLY — My grandmother, 94, has a remarkable memory and likes to remember the burthdays of her children, grandchildren and great-grand children. Smce she is unable to go shopptag for gifts, she keeps big "handkerchief bo.x." All her relatives contribute handkerchiefs for the box and she has the joy of selectmg one for each birthday. U this is printed will use the Polly DoUar to buy a handkerchief for her Kth birthday. — MRS. D. L. P. DEAR POLLY - Anyone with boys knows how they accumulate thtags and then never want to part with them. Periodically, it becomes necessary to clear out some thtags but I would never do it without my boys' consent Now about twice a year, without telling them, I put DISPLAY SHELVES — One side of the dining room is devoted to shelves while in background is the adult room In th« king home. ACTIVITY ROOM — Spocious room has sliding glass doors on two sides which flood the area with light. the clutter m a bag hidden ta a storage closet Should they look for any of these ardcles, 1 can always produce it from the junk bag. This, of course, does not apply to good toys which I encourage them to pass on to younger children or to a charitable organization. — MRS. E.- T.M. DEAR POLLY — I know this sounds funny and you won't be lieve it until you try it but just blow into your thimble and quickly put it on. It will not drop off all the time you are sewtag. — MRS. E. E. DEAR POLLY — Before a trip to a cota laundry, I sort the clothes tato separate wasberl loads and place each stack ta a separate plastic bag. Upon arrival all I have to do is to dump the contents of a bag tato a ma chtae. This saves considerable time that would have to be spent ta sorttag. This method is especially good when the male^ members of the family go,to do the laundry — MRS. G. T. DEAR POLLY - \Vhen I purchase a new pair of gloves, I always sew smalt snaps taside close to the hem, one half on each glove. When taktag the gloves off at a party or public gathering, I snap them together. Even if I lose them it is not a total loss. The fmder has two gloves tastead of one. Also I snap them together before putttag away ta my dres ser drawer so they are not separated and hard to find.—MRS. G.B. SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Ads rHow ABOUT YOUR {PATIO I FURNITURE? NEED PAINTING OR j REHNISHING? I THIS IS THE TIME I TO HAVE NT ! DONE RIGHT! TRY US SOON! KRAMER'S 109 E. 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