Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on March 27, 1964 · Page 14
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 14

Redlands, California
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Friday, March 27, 1964
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14-Friday, Mar. 27, 1964 Redlands Daily Facts MODERN MOTEL — This is the 20-unit Stardust Motel on The Terrace at Sixth street which is observing its Grand Opening today. The two-story structure, located adjacent to the Redlands Freeway off-ramp, has 12 units upstairs and 8 units downstairs. The business office is located at the for end of the building, and a heated swimming pool is situated beyond the motel. The photo gives a westerly view toward Sixth street. Owners and manager* are Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kaluiok. , (Doily Facts photo) All conveniences found in new Stardust Motel All the conveniences of home plus a few extras are available ID patrons of the new Stardust Motel which is now observing its Grand Opening on The Tcr race at Sixth street. In addition to large and comfortable beds, the 20-unit motel offers television, piped in hi-fi, air-conditioning and thermostat controlled heating in each of the luxuriously appointed rooms. A heated swimming pool is provided for the convenience of guests. The Stardust is owned, built and operated by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kaluzok who have seven years experience in the motel business. They are co-ottners in the Redlands Travelodge, which they helped develop, and have operated motels in Riverside and Ventura. Mr. Kaluzok and his wife. .^lyra, have moved from River side into the manager's office at the Stardust. The motel is open on a 24 hour schedule, seven days a week. The two-story structure is situated at the southeast comer of the Terrace and Sixth street. There arc 12 units upstairs and 8 units and the manager's quarters downstairs. It is strategically adjacent to the Redlands Freeway off-ramp at Sixth street and caters prin cipally to the freeway trade. The entire structure has been insulated against internal noise as well as freeway noises. The spacious 22 by 14 foot rooms are furnished with oversized beds, writing desk, upbol stered chairs, colorful hand- painted pictures, and blackout drapes. "The floors are softened with wool carpeting. Baths feature glassed-in show- JIM GLAZE, Inc. dititiv€fiM;tt| BARGAINS! '63 PONTIAC 2 Dr. Hirdtop . . . Radio, heater, power steering, etc. HUM 709 ^£,919 'a MERCURY 4 Door . . . Factory *ir conditioner, radio, heater, power steering, etc. Like new. HUK S94 ^^f7» 't3 LINCOLN Convertible ... Air conditioner CC^OC and full power. Very low mileage ^317* 't1 PLYMOUTH 4 Dr. Belvedere . . . Radio, heater, automatic transmission, power steering, $1295 $795 Radio, heater, $1495 $3795 $995 Ever been to an opening of a lake? Lake El si note to open officially April 4 The Di\-ision of Beaches and Parks will officially open the refilled Lake Elsinore Saturday, April 4. In gala, day-long festivities, the community of Elsinore will celebrate the occasion. There will be the ribbon cutting ceremony at 10 a.m. Then will come a parade, boat races, a boat parade depicting the history of the lake, a water sports show featiuing skiing events, and a street dance. The three-mile long lake, now over 12 feet deep where less than six weeks ago there wasn't a bit of mud, will be open to boaters immediately after the water show. From then air conditioner, etc. KBL 360. '58 MERCURY 4 Dr. Sedan . . . Radio, heater, automatic trans., power steering, etc. KBS 420 '61 CHEVROLET V-8 4 Dr. Sedan automatic, power steering, etc. HUB 188 '61 CADILLAC . . . Full power and air conditioner. Very low mileage. HTN 219... 'J9 FORD 4 Dr. Station Wagon . , . Power brakes and steering, radio, heater, autcmatie, etc... '58 EDSEL 4 Dr. Hardtop . . . Corsair, radio, heater, automatic, power steering, very clean. C70C HUB 167 ^179 '60 RAMBLER Custom 4-Door. Factory air conditioning, radio, Iteater, overdrive. HXB 678. '59 FORD Pickup with Camper 4-speed transmission. H31 914 '59 MERCURY 2-Door Hardtop. Radio, heater, power steering, etc. KAP 127 $1195 $1195 $1195 $1995 '63 RAMBLER Sedan. Well equipped, low mileage, like new. HWF 431 '62 FORD 2-Door. Radio, heater, automatic, power steering, power brakes, air conditioning. $1995 HLH 259. '60 CHEVROLET 4-Door Sedan. Radio, heater, automatic. GLL 373 $1395 $1995 $1295 $1195 $1295 '61 MERCURY Commuter Station Wagon. Radio, heater, automatic, power steering, etc. Low ClflOR mileage, white beauty. HWT 278 ^tQ19 '62 CHEVROLET Sport Coupe. Bucket seats, radio, heater, automatic trans. V-8. ODT933. '60 VOLKSWAGEN Economy special. KOP 505 '60 DODGE 2-Door Hardtop. Radio, heater, automatic, power steering. PXK 057 •61 CHEVROLET 2-Door V-8. Radio, heater, overdrive, etc. HTY 293 PICKUP TRUCKS AsLov,A$ :::::: Approximately 20,000 actual miles en each truck. Your Trade Is Always Worth Mora At , Incorporated NO SUNDAY SEllING — but you or. wclcem* to browj» eur big lot. LINCOLN - MERCURY - COMET 420 W. Redlands Blvd. 793-2141 ers with floor to ceiling tile, marble - topped dressing tables and time-controlled heat lamps. Two of the imits have an extra bedroom and will accommodate four persons. During hot weather, guests may relax in a 13 by 30 foot swimming pool situated at the west end of the property. The pool goes from SVi to 7 feet in depth. Entrance and exit to the motel is on The Terrace. One parking space is available for each unit ;on, the lake will be for public use. The focal point is the Lake Elsinore State Recreation Area, a unit of the State Park Sys tem, where most of the day's festivities will occur. They will take place in this order: Booths will open shortly after 8 a.m. to accommodate the early comers. The Highway Patrol advises that an early start be made to avoid traffic congestion during the late morning and afternoon. The ceremony will begin at 10 a.m. Hugo Fisher, administrator of The Resources Agcn cy which made money available to purchase the water, will be the principal speaker. Prior to the 15 minutes allocated to speeches, a parade will take place. Five high school bands, the cadets and marching band of the Elsinore Naval and Jlilitary school, the Lake Elsinore Boat and Ski club, veterans organizations and Scout groups will participate. The ribbon cutting ceremony will follow Mr. Fisher's address. Boat races, limited to two races of no longer than five minutes each, will follow, succeeded by the Lake Elsinore Boat and Ski club's water parade of boats decorated to de­ pict the history of the lake. Then will come the water ski events. By noon the lake will be opened to public use and from then on all special events, boats without mufflers and racing will be prohibited. The lake will be zoned for high speed boats (the lake center), up to 35 miles per hour (inland from center), and five miles per hour around the shoreline. Boats will be able to launch only from two ramps which can each handle 15 boats simul taneously, one in the State Park and the other immediately to the west Both ramps are operated by a concessioner, with similar fees.' The lake use fee is $3 and parking and launching is $2. Special parking rates for boats berthed at the park, berthing rates, fuel rates, etc., are available from the concessioner. The lake use fee is to provide for repayment of the $750, 000 from the Division of Small Craft Harbors which enabled purchase of the water, and to provide a fund to replenish the lake's seepage and evaporation losses. The water was purchased from the Metropolitan Water District and delivery was taken from the Colorado River Aqueduct "/ Fee/ Reof Low" 'cause I didn't try Garvey Motors first for that second ear that I needed. '57 BUICK . . . f IJi^ A real Dog •^11* '54 LINCOLN Hardtop ClOIft Not Too Bad ^179 '55 FORD Station Wagon $^9C Fairly nice, could be one owner '56 PLYMOUTH Station Wagon . . . Runs good. Low down, lake over payments. '58 PLYMOUTH 4 Door . . . <dQR Had this one too long Only '56 PLYMOUTH Hardtop ^'^QC Cream of the cropi ^^79 '55 BUICK . . . Standard transmission, runs good. iSO down, take over payments. '"^S"^^ $145 '59 SIMCA . . . We'll never take $90^ on* of thes* in trad* again ^*7« '54 BUICK Hardtop . . . Better than C^OC th* others in this ad ^979 '58 DODGE 4 Door . .. Billious brown. We'd love tAQK to sell this for $595, but we'll take ^79 '59 STUDEBAKER . . . Tho telephen* company ejOC just retired this one! We'll take ^79 HURRY IN TODAY TO . . . GARVEY MOTORS PLYMOUTHLAND 415 Orange 793-2323 VISIT OUR 2nd BIG USED CAR LOT 416 W. Redlands Blvd.. 793-4982 OOPS! NEW YORK (UPI) - Pren tice-Hall, Inc. says a recent survey indicates 5 per cent of all business letters are written to correct errors and omissions in previous correspondence. Mechanical citrus harvest is still a dream RIVERSIDE — Mechanical harvesting of citrus is still very much a (&eam of the future, although promising progress is be- mg made, particularly in Florida. This was the report of Dr. Walter Reuther, member of a California citrus industry and scientific group attending a recent three day conference on mechanization in Florida. "A very difficult apd exacting research job will be required before a completely mechanical picking device can be developed," said Dr. Reuther. One of the most encouraging ments in Florida has been the finding of a chemical compound that loosens the friiit from the stem, he added. The compound would facilitate mechani- al removal of fruit by air jets, rotating spindles or shakers, the three main approaches being researched there. "But only the last two appear to have promise for commercial use in Florida," said Dr. Reu-| then The first method uses an oscillating air blast developed by two large fans similar to those used on speed sprayers for pest control. The oscillation comes from reciprocating vanes. Velocities of up to 125 miles per hour are developed, and from 60 to 90 per cent of the fruit is removed. The most promising shaking device. Dr. Reuther reported, is "simply an adaptation of a com mercial shaker used in the deci duous friiit mdustry but applied to individual limbs." Discouraging results, however, have come from Florida research on mechanical aids for speeding movement of pickers through trees and for transferring fruit to bulk containers. Dr. Reuther reported. None of these aids increased the picker's productivity enough to justify investment ia these mechanical substitutes for the ladder and bag. Rocket test lights sky with big glow COYOTE, CaUf. (UPI) - A giant rocket engine developed one million pounds of thrust Thursday night in a test firing in the Diablo Hills that threw a brilliant glow of light into the sky and set off a roar heard for miles. The massive solid-propellanl engine, pointed nose down' in its 9S-foot test stand, was fired for two minutes at United Techno! ogy Corporation's test site near here. It was the third test firing of the 250 ton rocket motor which is slated to power the Titan 3C rocket for America's first orbiting space laboratory. Flight tests are expected to start next year at Cape Kennedy. SPRING IS HERE and we have a beautiful selection of late model cars to pleose the most critical sport- minded buyer. 1963 BUICK RIVIERA — Fully equipped including factory air conditioner, leather interior. Low C^AOR mileage. Bert S. Hatfield's personal ear.... ^f979 19(3 BUICK SKYLARK Sport Coupe — Factory air conditioner, power steering, power brakes, bucket seats, radio, heater, etc. Sold new $9fi9C by us. Big savings here ^tQ79 1942 T-BIRD — Factory air eenditiener, full power, leather interior, new whitcwall tires. Very clean local car ^9179 1962 CHEVROLET Bel Air 4 Door Sedan - Automatic, power steering, radio, heaetcr, whitewall tires. An exceptionally clean, SI 895 one owner car • ' Q79 1962 TEMPEST LcMANS Coupe-Stick shift, radio, heater, whitewall tires, bucket teats. Very clean. C|70C Local one-owner car ^'179 1961 ELECTRA 225 Convertible — All power, factory air conditioner, white with red leather interior. C9^0R Very lew mileage. Car soM new by us ^^979 1961 VALIANT 4-Door Sedan — Stick shift, CQQC low mileage, local one owner ear ^779 1961 BUICK LeSABRE 4 Dr. Hardtop — Air conditioner, power steering and brakes, radio, heater, ClOOC seat belts, whitcwalls. Very clean local car. ^ • 779 1960 BUICK INVICTA Convertible - Power steering and power brakes, radio, heater, etc. CI TOR A sharp ear! ^tl79 1960 THUNDERBIRD—Full power, factory air conditioner, radio, heater, whitcwall tires. <910C Very clean, local ear ^H79 1958 BUICK Limited Convertible — Air conditioner, full power, leather interior. This is a beautiful C|90C one owner prestige ear. Very low mileage. ^1^79 1955 T-BIRD Convertible — Stick shift with overdrive. A beautiful little ear you must tee to appreciate. BERT S. HATFIELD BUICK Big BUICK BLOCK Did 793-3238 East Redlands Blvd. From 7th to Ith, Redlands Classified Ads CLASSIFIED RATES Minimum 2 lines. 5 avcnj* wards to tbe line. 32 Icttcn and spaoM. Do not abbreviate ITime STImai (Tlina 2 Lines tlM fl .33 *2.«l 3 Lines 1.00 1.98 3J0 4 Lines 1.00 2Ji* 4J0 5 Unes 1JS 3J« 6.00 6 Uces IJO 186 TJO 7 Unes 1.7S 4.«l 8.«0 8 Unes 2.00 5J» »M 9 Llnes__ 2JS 5.94 lO.Wl to Lines 2J0 e.60 124X! Per Month by the line —UJO Commercial Bates on Request CLASSIFICATION INDEX Lost and Found •• Personals Special Notices < Help Wanted LIVE in domestic helper lor ntSea homeowners in Bannins. Goo4 salary, board, private livin* quarters, bathroom. TVJhone 849-2334 mominfs: 8 to 12: or eveninas S to a; or write P.O. Box (3S, Banning. CaUf. ——AcCautfT OaSgT^ Permanent position, excellent benefits. Immediate opportunity to leam IBM key punch operation. High School (raduate with 1 year experience in keepina financial or statistical records, typin( 3S wpm. Apply City Han. Redlands. before 3 p.m., aiarch 30. Employment Wanted . Help, Wanted . Schools - Instructions — Nurseries - Day Schools , Room and Board For Bent . Wanted to Rent. Bargain Spot Business Services — Musical Instruments Real Estate Loans Money to Loan. Money Wanted . Mortxages - Trust Deeds Business Opportunities _ Income Property Beach - Mountain Industrial Property Lots and Acreage Real EstaU Exchanges— Groves and Ranches Real Estate Wanted- Commercial Property Houses for Sale.. Mobile Homes - Trailers , Trucks - Trailers Automotive Imported Cars I _ 2 _ 3 Z 10 — 43 _ 15 _ 22 zS _ 41 _ 42 _ 43 _ 4_ * — 48 _ 49 _ 50 _ 31 _ 52 _ 53 _ M _ as _ 58 _ 59 _ 60 _aoA TUTOR in Frencn or Russian. Jbon van Eroan. M-A. (Harvard) 79*-^l. I ^OTEL CASA DEL HEY Retirement hotel for senior, dtlzena. home cooking, friendly atmosphere. 303 Nordina St. Redlands. 792-8068. DEADLINES Private party ads —4:30 p-m. day preceding poblicaUos. Commercial Ads —3 p.m. day preceding publication. ABBREVIATIONS Readable and unoersUndable ads promote greater results. The mm ot any except standard abbreviations In Classified Advertisements is false economy, therefore only SUndard Abbreviatloiu are authoriied. ERRORS Where an error Is made on the part of the Bedlands Daily Facts, and the Facta is notified by 9 a-m. day fo^ lowing first insertion, correction wUl be made and the ad will be run properly one additional day. The Bedlands Daily Facta will not be responsible for more than one tn< correct insertion. CANCELLATION Cancellations of private party adi may be made until 9 the day o< pubUcaUon. If made after 9 a.m., cancellation wiU be made for the following day. Each ad placed must be published one time or there will be a type setting cost of SI.OO. PHONE 793-3221 DiHy 8:00 a.m. to 5 p.m. 8:00 a.m. to 12 Noon Saturday Trading Stamp Directory S. & H. Green Stamps THE HARRIS CO. 17 E. State Phone 793-2366 3 Special Notices SEWING machine and vacuum dean- er repairing. Also new Singer zig lag. 399J0. Phone TU 9-0425. —WHOLESALS to THt Pireuc United Beauty & Barber Supplies 13 W. SUte St 793-2758 4 Employment Wanted (llAkPtNlER. cabinet maker, small alterations, repairs. Watkins. 797-0396. HAUOKG and clean-up by two teen age boys. 792-8323. P^CTlCAL nurse—by hour or live in. Good references. 792-7076. PAINTING —A-l workmanship, reasonable. ••Bob" DeWitt 793-3722. CARPENTI^k work, repairs or r modeling, by hour. 793-W16. YARD work wanted; experienced, reliable; by day or month. Call 792-2669. LAlJfiSCAPti CARtjENER Experienced. A-l work. Contract by hour, week, month. 793-1176. WbJftAN desires work as companlon- housekecper for elderly lady or child care. Uve in. References. 792-1880. i HelD Wanted PART-TIME waitress. Ada's Coffee Shop. 12235 California St. Yucaipa. GlttL or woman wanted to help witfi housework. Apply at 31 University Place. REAL Estate salesman for Calimesa^ land specialist Jim Talcott the Land Man. 797-9153. EXPERIENCED woman drug clerk wanted, full-time. Write Box 42. c'o Facts office. RZetSTERED nurse for vacation re- llef work in medical doctors offices. Write Box 41. Facts office. CSCY for care of 4 year old in my home and 2 boys after school, light housework. Call after 5:30 p.m. 792-718L Many people find that it is not lost if they remember in time to insert an inexpensive "Lost Ad" in classified. 7 Scliools' Instructions SLEACH ISc gallon, you mix. F^ muU and Instructions. »3..Speed aean. Box U7. Yucaipa, Calif. 9 Boon and Board HOME atmosphere and cooklnf. Couples or singles. 792-2416. -K5T 10 For Rent A — APARTMENTS _ AlR CdNBlTldXED, downstairs, turi nished 1 bedroom. 4i5 W. OUve. S69. i jlOOM furnished apartment Adults. 533 Brookside. REDECdIlATEC 1 bedroom, stove, refrigerator. S58. 792-3418. iJNfURNlSafiD 2 bedroom. bnUt-lns, patio. Adults. sa7J0. 792-600S. 1 BEDROOM furnished apartments, S63 and S70 per month. No pets, no children. 792-3841. 2 bfibRCiOM, unfurnished. 190. Near Sage's. Adults. No pets. 797-6641. See at 316 La Paloma. 3 ROOM furnished apartment. Loma VUU Apartments. 209 W. Fern. LdVlXV 2 bedroom. Glass doors ta covered patio, garage, cooler. SS3. 793-5108. 928 W. SUte. _____ LOVELV unfurnished 2 bedroom apartment Air conditioned. Hardwood floors. 624 Pine. 792-1104. DELUXE 2 bedroom, carpets, drapes, built-in range and oven. Carport with extra storage. SlOa 793-6326. 2 BBCROOM. unfurnished. Stove and refrigerator. Pool, yard care. Water paid. S90. 792-6131 or 792-3360. 2 BEfiROOM. unfurnished. No chili dren or pets. Newly decorated. »7S. 12415 Bldgewood Dr.. Yucaipa. Bldgewo ^ I Sfi6R66il. iumished, in nlc. court Air conditioned. pooL $100, no lease. 793-1369, evenings, weekends;^ NEW 2 bedroom apartments, cooling, built-in range, dbposaL Private patio, puIlman bath. S90 a month. See manager. Apt C, 745 E. Brockton. 792-5755. 2 BEDBOOM unfurnished apartment, stove, S90 month. Heated swinuning pool privileges and club house. 1316 Sylvan Blvd. See Manager Apt 7. 792-3955. ruRNl&U^O APABTMENTS. weekly rates. $15 and up, monthly rates. S50 and op, uUIities included. Children welcome. 793-7585. 1123 West Palm. Apt 3. BACltieLoti apartment furnished, all utilities paid. 850. Two room and private bath, immediate occupancy. Quiet park-like setting near hos- pitaL 793-1237. 2 AND 3 room tumtshed apartmenta, $50 up per month, weekly rate?. Swimming pool. Shady trailer space, $20 up. Mission Motel & Trailer Park. Hiway 99. 3 miles west of Hedlandy- COHASE-APARTMENT for the convenience of an apartment and tha privacy of a home, see ROOSEVELT COURTS $107 to $127 534 Roosevelt Boad 792-2293 792-6528 Brookside Patios 711 Brookside NEW LUXURY APABTMENTS FURNISHED OB UNFURNISHED Private patios or balconies. Extra large rooms and closets. Free circulating hot water. Heated swimming pool. Becreation area. Off street parking. 1 bedroom. $115: 2 bedrooms. 1 bath, from $130: 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, $140. Manager, No. 8. 793-4275. Now Available for . Immediate Occupancy CHILDREN WELCOME the La Bonde Luxury Apartments. Carpets, drapes. buUt-ins, dishwasher, air conditioning, heated pool and other extras. Singles. 1, 2. 3 bedrooms 1 to 3 baths, from $95. PALMBROOK AND NEW YORK STS. Apartment Homes 1 & 3 bedrooms with 1 & 2 baths. Private balcony or poUo. Forced air heat Dish- was h e r. Air conditioned. Built-in range, oven. Fully draped, carpeted. Sound proofed. Across from Sage's. From $125.00 Cypress Terrace, 325 E. Cypress ACROSS FROM SAGE'S 793-537« Plantation House Apartments » 2 BEDROOMS # Carpeting » Drapes # Refrigerator t Range # Befrigerative Cooling ^ Patio # Recreation Boom "The Finest la Apartment Lhring" SSO W. SUta Manager, Apt 12 IT'S BARGAIN TIME AT ; YANDORIN'S i » WE'RE ALL SET TO DEAL < I ON A I ) CHRYSLER < ! IMPERIAL ; j DODGE I > DODGE TRUCK < ^ 6000 sEiicrm Of All Hom « I With 5 Ycar /50,000 Mite Warranty | ) WE 'RE NEVER UNDERSOLD ( iVan Dorin Motor Co.! ^ lAtPERIAL -: CHWSUR - DOOGE DART — DODCE TRUCKS I [ 1617 W. Redlands Blvd. 793-2493 | I (HWY. 99 NEXT TO OANOERMOND'S NURSEHY)

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