Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on March 27, 1964 · Page 11
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 11

Redlands, California
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Friday, March 27, 1964
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KITCHEN - Natural ash cabinets highlight the step saver kitchen in the Bueslcing home. BREAKFAST BAR - On the other side is the kitchen and to the right the dining room. Birnyard Sonar Livestock buyers and exposition judges are using ultrasonic instruments that enable them to tell how much of an animal is fat, how much lean meat, while the animal is stiU aUve, says Electronics. FOR... A BEHER SERVICE AT IISS COST... CALL E. D. HAHN PAINTING & DECORATING IICENSED, INSURED 793-2664 After 5 P. M. Coll 794-1789 Greenhouse... apieasant hobby Growing plants in a green house can be delightful hobby for anyone, cxpecially for someone who may be incapacitated or confined to a wheel chair. There arc two kinds of green houses; hot and cool. In the hothouse a means of heating is used to keep the temperature always above a minimum for growing orchids or other tropi­ cals. A hothouse may also require a means of cooling during hot weather. A cool house is generally used for propagating plants from grafts or cuttings or for growing seedlings, all of which will Dwarf fruit trees excellent Dearf frut trees are excellent for the home grounds where space is at a premium. According to the American •Association of Nurserymen, |tliey bear fruit in second year, grow to easy-picking height. Benjamin Moored REDLANDS PAINT Quality Poir.ts for ever 80 years SOLD BY LUTHER & ROGER HOLDEN 'wi 'clve S. * H, Green Stamps 2 ORANGE ST. REDLANDS PHONE 79.3-5641 eventually be planted out in tlie garden. Heat Is supplied in a cooi house as needed to [achieve the desired results. For example, electric heating cables may be used to warm a bed of I cuttings or seeds, or if low temperatures are expected the en tire house may be heated. These characteristics are the same for all greenhouses: Light intensity must be controlled by I whitewashing the glass or shading overhead with shade cloth. Ventilation is required to keep air fresh. Humidity must be controlled to keep plants from dry .ing out too fast or from dehy {drating. Plants inside any struc ture are totally dependent upon you, their caretaker, for all their needs, thus, convenient means for watering, feeding and spraying must be at hand. APMur0 5tory.., gupPRlSE PACICAG6 AlfSTthi. planter I. clearly marked -B«hn.-|t •«!i,|^J',|;5;: priae package aa la also the paekrt of '^'^J^^'^L'^^'^'i^ aeedlinfltwere grown. For the tlowera of dahlia* flrown from —tarn may be of aeveral forma and of many colera. Redlands Daily Facts Friday, Mar. 27,1964 -11 DINING ROOM - Silver three light fixture hongs over table in the Buesking home. Here ar. aomo -aample." of the- aurprltea you- ""J^* packet or planter of dahiia.. Three different A"*;*^ "'»'••"• "JJ^ «nted. They might be red, yel'ow, white 'L-"'""', ",1 pink, Flowen ahown are .emWouble but o'^" »'"»'• forma appear. Surpri«. a!w»y. come v»hen blooma .unfold In Ut»_ niimmcT onj^t, bushy plant*. Age no item in art work of Mrs- Bremerman By GAY PAULEY UP! Women'* Editor NEW YORK (UPD-Shc's 92, but Maude Miner Bremerman lis an artist deft as a Dali in her unusual medium—postage {stamps. Mrs. Bremerman cuts and pastes the cancelled stamps into a variety of collages—still lifes, maps, landscapes, copies of Da Vinci's "The Last Supper." j As if this hobby weren't lenough to keep this spry great- great-grandmother busy, she also does her own clothes; cuts tiny foil rectangles which restaurants use to serve butter pats into floral bouquets and gives them stems made from dyed pipe cleaners; does floral decal on furniture; crochets rugs; and plays the organ at the church In the Peabody Home where she has lived 10 per" had HOME LOANS Redlands Federal, with more than 74 years experience in home financing, is well equipped to assist yott in arranging home loan terms to suit your income. Come in anytime and talk over your home owneehlp plans—we will be happy to lend a helping hand. IMPROVEMENT LOANS Convenient home improvement loons con be arranged quickly to suit your specific needs, even though you hove a mortgoge on your home. Be a smart bird, slop in at any of our four convenient offices. years. The day we called on trim, lively Jlrs. Bremerman, she was working on quilted throws made from colorful silk blocks someone had sent her. Paintings on Exhibit Most of her paintings were down from the walls; they bad gone to a Manhattan hotel as part of an exhibit of arts and crafts staged by the Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies. Peabody Home is one of the Iresidcnces the federation runs. Exhibitors all were senior citizens and works included hand- wrought silver jewelry, bottled ship models, british tea cozies, knit hats. But there still were several of Mrs. Brcmerman's paintings on I view in her plesantly-fumished [room-she'd also made the draperies and crocheted the oval rug on the floor. One painting a copy of "The Last Sup- and the artist said she no idea the hundreds of {stamps in various colors she had cut and pasted to make it. The figure of Christ was clothed with the Eleanor Roosevelt memorial stamp—"His robe .should be purple, that's why {that stamp," Mrs. Bremerman explained. "People for Peace" stamps formed garments of other figures in the painting and a count showed at least 50 other stamps used to create the {whole work including the tapestries in the background. She had painted the faces in. Mrs. Bremerman has stamps from all parts of the globe and said some of her most colorful [come from Japan. "But don 't tell people I need more," she said. "I've got enough now to last a lifetime." A. painting starts with Mrs. Brcmerman's pencilled sketch on regular art board, stamps first are soaked loose from envelope comers, then are dried and flattened. Mosaic Effect She cuts them at an angle because the results are better, she Some create a mosaic effect. Mrs. Bremerman isn 't sure (what started her stamp paint Commission soys policy change needed SAN BERNARDINO (CNS)- A change of county planning policy, making it necessary for zone changes to be effective before • subdivision development plans can T)e submitted, w a s voted Thursday by the County Planning Commission. The action' is designed clear up confusion within the I planning department, after commission decisions on rezon ing but it will also delay approval of tentative subdivision maps. Neil Pfulb, county planning director, told commissioners that they sometimes vote changes of zoning and at the same time approve plans for developing the land; being rezoned. But, he added, the Board of Supervisors can deny the change of zone or evise the recommendations of the commission. As a result, Pfulb pointed out. the development plan that was approved is made useless. Commissioners, in approving the new policy, said they were aware that it would'cause delays in final action on subdivision plans, but they agreed that it should clear up the difficulties resulting from zoning incompatible with accepted sub(division maps. ng. But Roger PhilUps, program director and social work er at the home which has 51 residents, encouraged her as he has other senior citizens to attend classes and workshops. He has bought several of her pamt ings. She has sold others -' at Icburch and home bazaars. A school teacher bought one of the works of which she's proudest, a 20 by 30 inch map of the United States with each state a j different color. The artist was bom in Groton, Conn., the daughter of a sea captain and navigator, "My people came over here in 1630,' she said. Twice married and widowed, she has three sons. I one of whom is deceased. She I said there are two grandchildren one of whom is deceased. 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