Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on April 10, 1964 · Page 13
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For control of wasps and yellow jackets The yellow jacket, except for the queen, doesn't live over winter, thus, control measures aft er mid • summer are unnecessary. But earlier in the year they can be extremely annoying. Before deciding to kill them, Redlands Daily Facts Friday, April 10, 1964-13 make certain it's really necessary because yeltow jackets and wasps are quite beneficial in nature's make-up of things. They destroy enormous quantities of harmful insects. If, after all, they must be destroyed, simply spray the entrance to the nest with a contact spray such as chlordane, dieldrin, DDT or malathion, or] a combination of some of these materials. To reduce the danger of being stung, spray in the evening or early morning when most of the wasps are in the nest; direct the spray toward the opening of the nest. The nest readily absorbs spray, so apply enou^ material to thoroughly wet it It can be removed the following day. Facts aassified Ads Can Sell Anything Call 793-3221 .' -j NEW HOME - This weekend marks the preview showing of the custom deluxe homes at Lindsay Terrace, Fifth avenue end Fairview lane. Custom homes open In Lindsay Terrace Preview showing will be held tiiis weekend to showcase Lindsay Terrace, custom deluxe residential community in Redlands, according to Alex Graham. Sales Director. "The significance of the showing," Graham explained, "is that it is perhaps tie only custom community designed specifically for the residents of Bedlands." Lindsay Terrace has been designed to include all the amenities that buyers specify ia custom homes. These were arrived at after extensive research and were planned in accordance with the site and location. Lindsay Terrace enjoys appealing location in the Southeast section of Redlands. With indoor-outdoor living best exemplified in this area, the Lindsay Terrace homes include Day and Nite Refrigerated air-conditioning, rear yard fencing, front lawn sprinklers and landscaping, massive brick and stone floor to ceiling fire places and a triple rotisserie as part of the built-in range and oven by O'Keefe and Merritt. In addition, the delu.xe residences include an O'Keefe and Merritt Dishwasher, raised panelled ash cabinetry, large kitchen pantries, full length mirrored pullmans in baths, genuine ceramic tile, continu ous filament nylon carpeting, decorator selected wallpapers, workshop adapted garages and convenient service porches. In a bcale that enjoys magnificent views, the one-and two story homes have generous use of rock and encompass 1733 to 2260 square feet of space. Lindsay Terrace is located at the intersection of Fifth avenue and Fairview lane, Vi mile East of the Freeway. Big wildflower show set for Morongo Valley mil Redlands CUSTOM STYLED & 5 BEDROOM HOMES COMPLETELY AIR CONDITIONED OAKRIDGE Located in prestige Country Club Area from $ 26,750 vtUh low Down OAKRIDGE fealunng: WAtl TO WAll CARPETING • LUMINOUS CEILINGS • BUIIT IN RANGE * OVEN • DISPOSAL • DISHWASHER • 4 & S BEDROOMS • SHAKE ROOFS • STONE, BRICK A WOOD EXTERIORS. MODEL HOME MODEL HOME Open Jd 0. m. • 5 p. m. Phone 793-2668 BALANCED POWER Built in Tappon gn rongs and o V t n , buih-in dishwoshtr. DIRECTIONS: Eojt en Fretwoy to Ford SirMt Off -Romp. Tu-n right end up ttn hiD en Oolc St. to Frenklin and tiw Modtl Homo at 372 FrankHn, The 7th Annual Morongo Val ley Wild Flower Snow will be sponsored by the Morongo Val ley Woman's Club this year. It will be held in Covington Park, Morongo Valley on April 25 and 26. Reigning over the festival will be King John Snowden and Queen Jamie Harper of the Third Grade of the new Morongo Valley Elementary SchooL The cromiing ceremony will take place about noon on Satur. day. The piiblic is cordially invited to come and see the interesting displays of wild flowers, shrubs, Indian food and medicines, guns gems, and artifacts that have been found on various parts of the desert Lucky Foster will be in charge of a snack bar serving Pit Bar-B-Q beef sandwiches, western beans, desert salad, desserts, coffee, and milk. Be cause of the many children, no alcoholic beverages will be on the premises. About ten o'clock Saturday morning Mr. James K. Youse, Chief Park Naturalist of the Joshua Tree National Monument, will identify native flowers brought in by the citizens. Children are urged to exhibit displays of flowers. Mrs. William Runyan will make name cards identifing the displays. Angel View Auxiliary of the Crippled Children's Hospital in Desert Hot Springs will have a booth in which they will display cards, stationery, and small gifts for sale. Mrs. John (Babs) Kobaly will have a very interestmg and authentic book describing the flowers, shrubs, trees, and survival foods of the Morongo Valley area. Illustrations will be by Mrs. Gary Elliott. Films and slides of desert life and flowers will be shown without charge Saturday afternoon by Mr. Munro Brown and Mr. John Virkavas. Mr. Ralph Marline will sup ervise games for the children throughout the day. He has tramped over many miles the surrounding deserts and tells wonderful stories of his ad ventures. Weather permitting a wiener bake will be held Saturday evening around a big bonfire Bring your own weiners and fixings. The Warren Jackson folk singers will entertain dur ing the early evening. On Sunday, April 26, about 1:30 p.m. Dr. C. J. Mersch of Yucca Valley will give a lecture on snakes and show live specimens. The Desert Rosy Boa is fond of human companionship and win stay close to the nest made for him by his finder. Jlr. George Coblentz, who has a standing exhibit in the Bank of America in Santa Monica, wiU paint a desert landscape for auction on Sunday, April 26. Prizes will be given for various arrangements. It is hoped that this event will create an appreciation for the desert and its beauties. Those of us who live here shudder when beer cans and kleenex flowers hide the real flowers. When garden tools appear work close too OAKRIDGE) hclaiUe Saks Agats Babcock Realty is» Stat* St., Redlands J Office Pbene: /l 793-2613 Ever notice the tools used by good gardener who has been at it a few years? Ho does not have one of ev erything stocked by the 1 o e a hardware or garden supply shop. His tools are not new they are old — slightly worn, but in good condiUon. Pui^ase quality tools and they seldom will need replacing Take care of what you own and it may last you indefinitely. It's difficult to' resist the dazzling display of garden tools put before you. Remember that most of them are variations of basic items. To begin with, get the ones you cannot do without. Dig If Tools for digging haven't changed much over the years. Get a spEde, one with a square blade and a 27-incb handle. When your budget permits, get >-ourself a spading fork. This makes turning and breaking up ground an easier job. Until you get one though, the spade will do. When it comes to digging and transplanting small plants, a hand trowel is best Buy a good one. A shovel is not a substi tue for s spade. It is available with eithor a short (27-inch) or long (4-foot) handle. It should not b« used for digging, but for picking up loose material. Cleaning Up An iron rake is needed for cleaning up and for breaking up the soil before planting. A broom rake of either bamboo or steel is needed for lawn care, for cleaning up leaves and clippings. The standard garden hoe with a plain 6 - inch blade is , WHEN CHOOSING GARDEN TOOLS SWIMMING CAT Though the mountain lion has a natural aversion of water, reports the National Automobile Club, it can swim exceptionally well if necessary. SELL IT TOMORROW IWith low - cost Classified Ads GARDEN RIDGE ESTATES In Redlands Ready for your viewing today — on Halsey Street, just South of Garden and Eucalyptus. The ultimate in larger New Homes, in Redlands' most favorable Southside loco* tion. 7 LARGE CUSTOM 4 ft 5 BEDROOM HOMES from — $30,000 Call 793-2551 for Information 5li EAST STATE ST, PV :a-3581 RED LANDS, CAklPOItMIA BETTER LIVING BEGINS WHEN YOU OWN YOUR OWN HOME used for cultivating, chopping lumps of earth and loosening weeds. Later jxiu may want a pronged hoe, useful for getting in close to a plant when loosen ing the soil. Once things start to grow, consider pruning tools. Priming knives are good for thin twigs, but you will need priming shears for thicker steins. All of your tools will last longer if you keep them clean and sharp. Coat with oil before storing them. Oil Change Due? A new tag system that will tell drivers, at a glance, when their automobile is due for an oil change is reported by National Petroleum News. The vinyl plastic tag, impervious to oil and designed to last a year, lists months verfically, with four squares (one for each week) after each month. A punch indicates the time the next oil change is due. Snyder's Termite Control • Treatments and control services for ants, roaches, termites, moths, etc. * New, saf* fumigation for drywood termites and other household pests. HOUSEHOLD AND 6ARDEN INSECTICIDES FOR SALE! 11 EAST VINE STREET PHONE PY 2-3141 1 no need to knock Just Walk In For an insured Savings Account or a Home Loan tailored to fit your needs. SAYINGS & I^OAK ASSOCIATION R«dl<nd« Ham* Office FiWi St. « Cifrw Av*. 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