Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on April 3, 1964 · Page 11
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 11

Redlands, California
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Friday, April 3, 1964
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Redlands Daily Facts Friday, Apr. 3, 1964 - 11 KITCHEN — Builf-ins ore featured in the kitchen and home. The Plastic Bag Grinding stale bread is the easiest way to malce a large batch of bread crumbs. A plastic bag attached to the grinder %vith a rubber band makes a good receptacle for the crumbs and also prevents crumbs from falling. the door provides access to the garage and laundry area in the Smith dining area is to the right. Cridelich Plumbing TO SERVE YOU DAY AND NIGHT Phone PY 2-1592 , '^^^^'^^^T' ^^^^^ Preserving foliage for decorations .4? DAUGHTER'S ROOM — Marci's room features builf-ins and large wardrobe. The bed has an antiqued finish. 3? y FamitutT: •AfpfiaKCfS NEW! PRESTO* MANICURE SET Gives you professional manicure and pedicure care— at home. Easy, enjoyable! Operates on standard "D" size batteries. Includes fingertip Off-On ^ ™ Control, self-storing cord, and tray of nail S F 88 care accessories. ^ J PREST® PORTABLE OVEN Keeps kitchen coofer ONLY $^088 every day of the year! . • Preheats in 4 minutes • Bakt*... roasts... perfect (or casseroles, frozen dinners • Plug* in to ItOV. AC outlet Separate SS^ Control > Master runs a Umily of 9 appliaom , . . detaches so each appliance washes under water. ^ Ofher Presfo Products af Similar Low Prices ' M Furniture M Draperies M Housewares M Hardware* M Appfiances • Redlands PY M27» LEASE AIR DALLAS (UPI) — Investors Lotus May of Dallas and James H. Michael of Minneapolis have signed a lease for 1,540,000 cubic feet of air over a downto\vn parking garage, at an undis- I closed price. The investors plan to buUd a $3 million, four story office building around the leased air. NOT FUNNY PHILADELPHIA (UPI) James Eisele is just too tickled with his job. Eisele is a keeper in .the monkefy : house at the zoo. He complained to his superiors Thursday that when he cleans the cage of Bamboo II, a gorilla, the animal pokes a finger into his ribs and tickles him. My Mommie says MILK is good for me! I drink lots and of It, too! We have it delivered to our house. How about you? Just Coll 792.4421 START YOUR HOME DELIVERY TODAYI It's possible by special treatment to preserve many kinds of foilage for decorative use. Foliage from the following plants preserves well: eucalyptus, evergreen magnolia, oak, sycamore, bay, loquat, oleander, camellia, guava, pitto- sporum, heather, Australian tea tree, acacia and perhaps many more. The solution for treatment is one part commercial grade glycerine to two parts warm water. Use containers deep enough so that about one-third of the stem length can be submerged: Cut stems extra long to allow for trimming later. All plant growth so treated should be well matured. Cutting should be done in early mom mg. Use pliers to crush about two inches of stem at the base, creating more absorbant surface. Immediately immerse the stems in the glycerine-water solution and let them soak for 1 about ten days for quick treat- img materials such as oleandcr; lup to si.x weeks for slow ones ihke magnolia. Add more solu- !Uon as required. I You can see the glycerine working its way up through the leave,":. When it reaches the uppermost leaves, it's cured. Foliage treated thus will remain soft and pliable and can be handled just like fresh material for several months or a year or more. FoUage coloi: will change from normal green tones to beige, brown, or in eucalyptus, to silver gray or reddish tones. Zinnia favorite of amateurs for seed Among the flowers which amateurs grow from seed the zinnia stands first in this country. It is a native American which thrives in our hot, dry summers. The seed germinates in a few days, and plants produce their flowers in six weeks. No wonder they are popular! But they could be more so if gardeners in general knew what a variety of colors and forms the ziimia family includes. Too many grow only the giant double kinds lovely, it is true — but lovelier when accompan ied by those of smaller size, which bloom even more freely and make a better effect in the border. So many colors, sizes and For Cound Cover Do you have a landscaping problem that may be solved by growing an ornamental ground cover plant? If you do, a visit to the ground cover test plots at the Los Angeles State and County Arboretum in Arcadia is in order. There you will see all the important ground cover plants growing at maturity. In formation Aids are there for you to ask questions of so that you may select the best kind of plants for your garden from your nurseryman. shapes are found m the long list of zinnias, that an entire garden could be planted with them with excellent effect. They have all the colors except blue; in size their blossoms range fi:om half an inch to sue inches across; in height plants grow from six inches to four feet. Senegal Date Palm one of most beautiful One of the most beautifiji plants in existence is the Senegal Date Palm. (Phoenix reclinata). From tropical Africa, this palm isn't to be confused with the true date palm (Phoenix dactylifera), which is extensively planted in California's hot desert valleys. The true date is more tipright with longer leaves and a wider spread. If suckers are not removed from the Senegal Date, as many as eight or more trunks may form, each one having a graceful arching habit to twenty feet high. GREAT GROWTH The three Pacific Coas{_ slates ^ at then: first count in the I8o0. census, had 105,891 mhabitants.; These states had 20,339,105; inhabitants in the 1960 census, nearly 200 times the 1S50 count. J]EVEL-A-C0N INC. Of Redlands Newest Residential Development 11 ff SUNSET HILLS on Pamela Crest — East Sunset Drive, North WHERE EVERY LOT IS A VIEW LOT! For further inhrmatm, Fhone 1912SU or visit 336 EroohWe Ave. SAVES AT QUALITYDAIRY 61» New York St. 792-4421 Near Empir* Bowl Savings and Loan Association Redlands Hem* Offica Fifth St. A Citrua Ave. TW-Wl Fantana Branch tMI WhaalM- Ave. vytm ar IH-TBt Yueaipa BrMKh JSOM Yucaipa Boulmrard 7W-0III Baaumairt Branch 7» Btwinint Aywiu* MMlil

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