Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on April 10, 1964 · Page 10
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 10

Redlands, California
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Friday, April 10, 1964
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Buyers Guide to Medallion Homes The only electrically modern homes... in every price range The Medallion Home Award is a eornersione for modern living—a solid basis for a home's lasting value, today and in the future. Compare the detailed electrical construction requirementsforthe Medallion Home Award with those for any other type of new home symbol. You'll discover the Medallion Home Avrard Is the o/?e award that requires a new home to conform to specific and rigid standards, giving important value to the buyer. Here are just some of the qualifications: 1. A f Jameless electric kitchen equipped with major . appliances, including range and oven. 2. Full "Housepower" Wiring provides capacity for at least twen^ circuits, considered a minimum for modern living; large enough wires;240-volt service for the electrical capacity every home needs. 3. Abundant lighting planned for comfort, conven" ience and beauty. A total-electric Gold Medallion Home gives you all these benefits plus: 4. Flameless electric horn* and wafer heating. Southern California Edison WALNUT CORLYN CONSTRUCTION CORP. provides quality Gold Medallion homes on scenic view lots over10,000 sq. ft These are custom designed with 3 bedrooms, 1-3/4 baths and family room. Equipped with built-in range, oven, dishwasher, disposer, water heater, radiant ceiling heat, storage space. Close toschools,shopping.S26,750. LA: AT 7-04SI. local: 61 ^M44^ CAUMESA SUMMIT VIEW HOMES designed for senior citizen living with 2 i 3 bedrooms, 1 & 2 baths, many outstanding features: wall to wall carpets, insulation & air-conditioning, fireplace, tile, doubia garage, patio decit, (arge view lots. All-electric range, oven, disposer, refrigerator. Washer/dryer, hardwood floors, custom decorated. From 315,950. SY 3-8647. CLAREMONT BRIARCREST-CLAREMONT has beautiful split-level elevation homes. Wiffi 3-4 bedrooms, 2-2'A baths, all-electric kitchen,.formal dining room. Complete with sunken living room, wa)l to wall carpets, tile in kitchen & baths, natural wood cabinets. Built-in oven, range 4 hood, dishwasher, disposer included in price of 523,995 up.S2,40O dDv;n. Call 714-622-8424 from lA. CLAREMONT CLARABOYA exclusive homes on hillside sites with sweeping view. All utilities underground. Styles offered in 3i4 bedrooms, 213 baths. All-electric kitchen center has range, oven, dishwasher, disposer. Community with private heliport, sewers in. Extras such as eleclnanic garage doors, etc From 545,000. Call 714-622.4571 for details. SAN BERNARDINO RIOGEVIEW NORTH -flOlstda homes with classic marble 4 slata entrances, atrium courtyards, wine cabinet ornamental double doors, sauna baths, wet bar. Fireplace; nylon carpeting, 3-6 bedrooms, family room, dining room, 2-4 baths with sunken tubs. All-electric kitchen: range 4 oven, dishwasher, disposer, food center. S33,290- S52,000. TU 3-5056. ' ' TEASOAU fOOIMUHYPb UN/unuBMsmrr. It f > nawan-n ETIWANDA VICTORIA GARDENS Paul E. Murray, builder. Custom homes in low fax rate area with landscaped fronts on large lots. Attractive styles of 3 to 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, den, large garage, all-electric kitchen with built-in broiler, range 4 oven, disposer. Air-conditioners, dishwasher available. From SI 9,500. 51S00 down, YU 7-1465 from LA: ET 6742 local. N 1 VKTOBASr. 1 1 N 1 VKTOBASr. i " I JscHoa lAouM sr. fooTHu. Rva Kwr.w nnwAT FREE! Homebuyers Magazine and Map Guide Contains pictures, prices, descriptions, maps to more than 800 new home developments in Southern California, Including custom homes and apartments. Offers many new ideas for decorating, landscaping and furnishing your home. Send coupon for free copy of this fact-filled magazine, or look for it at your newsstand. Mail today. Limited quantify. HOMEBUYERS MAGAZINE Dept. D, 205 Avenue I RMfondo Beach, Calif. Name Address. City .Phone- Desired Location- Price Range Kitchen Preferenes • Heetrte • OBier lO-Friday, April 10,19M Redlands Daily Facts AAAIN ENTRY - Natural rock is the highlight of the enfrywoy. Pines don't like pruning Pine trees don't take kindly to pruning. AH the trimming they should have is to pinch back the new growth tips in the spring or SORRY, VULCAN SHEFFIELD. England (UPI) — A clothing store in this steel- making center today unveiled a statue of Vulcan, the god of metals. It was made of glass fiber. early summer to keep the tree in shape. MooTeA Quality Paints for over 80 years ' paints SOLO BY REDLANDS PAINT LUTHER a ROGER HOLDEN W« Givi S. a H. GrMii Stamps 2 ORANGE ST. REOLANDS PHONE 794.S441 SPACIOUS — Wide door opens into the dining room of tlie McMillian apar-menf. Glads may be planted most any time In most gardening areas of Southern Califom:a you can plant gladiolus bulbs any time you can buy them. But for planting, after March, you should store the bulbs in the refrigerator for about two months to break the rest period. Gladiolus flowering during warm weather are more apt to be attacked by gladiolus thrip, a tiny, flower damaging insect, however, there are thrip sprays which are effective. Drainage is important in gladiolus soiL Sandy loam or soils containing abundant organic matter are best for this flower. Before planting, the soil should be spaded to a depth of eight to twelve inches. If you need to add organic matter, barnyard manure is excellent. Regular irrigation is necessary during dry weather. Plant gladiolus bulbs three or four inches deep in heavy soil; four to six inches deep in light or sandy soil. Small bulblets will do best if planted only about an inch deep, but then you need to be very careful that they don't dry out. To measure planting depth you measure from the surface of the ground to the bottom of the furrow. Space bulbs about four inches apart, regardless of size, as the bulblets vrin grow to full size in on season. Li small plantings a nice effect can be had by placing groups of six bulbs of a color or variety rather than in rows. Barnyard manure applied as a top dressing will supply all the fertilization needed in most soils. Or you can use any special bulb food. It's important not to use too much nitrogen as this will cause crooked stems and could damage the bulbs for the next season. Glads* must be kept moist, but never wet. This means frequent irrigation, especially during hot'spells. Overhead sprinkling is most satisfactory. HAIR TODAY, GONE TOMORROW NEW YORK (UPI) - Bald spots in woman's hair probably are caused by brush rollers used in hair setting, Dr. Morris J. Lipnik, of Detroit, reported in the Archives of Derma- tobgy, a medical journal. He described 13 patients complaining of hair loss. Some used brush rollers for several months. Others used them for as long as two years. Wlien use of rollers was stopped, hair regrew in three to four months in 11 of the women. In two cases, scarring of the scalp prevented regrowth. FOR... A BETTER SERVICE AT LESS COST... CALL E. D. HAHN PAINTING a DECORATING UCENSED, INSURED 793-2664 After 5.P.M. CoM 79^1789

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