Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on April 17, 1964 · Page 10
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April 17, 1964

Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 10

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10 -Friday. Apr. 17, 1964 Redfamls Daily Focfs Mrs YOUR MOVE ... !" MAY WE IE OF SERVICE? AaMH Am TRLCITY SI VAN & STORAGE CORP. w. STUART Tmidl tm Mrs. Dobrynin inferested too Time soving kitchen big liit ot Food-Home foir •y GAYLORD P. GODWIN WASHINCTON (UPl) - The time *ad step-uviog kitchen appean to be the most popular exhibit at the Food and Home Fair for consumen now under way in the Agriculture Depart- oent patio. The kitchen ii deaisned to reduce atooping, reaching, and walking to a wijnlnniim. energy-aaiing room waa de- PALM TERRACE IN REDLANDS AIR CONDITIONED FAMILY DESIBNEO HOMtt 3 & 4 bedrooms • 2 baths • the latest in home features • palm lined parkvwy* • view sites • FHA Insured loans irom '22,800 5 MODELS OKN DAILY FROM 11 A.M. OK MLM mm w£$r of m mno smtr, nrnmi«m-m themarkofqualUtj CITATION CONSTRUCTION CORPORATION signed by department housing spedaliata who studied the motions used by women in performing kitchen chores. Tie mis counter and ank are arranged so that the housewife may sit or stand comfortably at either place. The storage cabinet is slanted so that the upper shelves Jut outward and are easy to reach. The lower shelves are shallow so that items stored may be seen with a casual glance. There is no room on the lower shelves to hide essentia] items behind other equally es' sential items. Many women visitors to the exhibit have eX' pressed the idea that "this is good." There is a swinging stool with a turn-dock back in the kitchen. 'Actually, it is a modified piece of standard ofSce equipment, easy to use and easy to store lunder the sink or under a table. The chair aroused much interest in airs. Lyndon B. Jolnuon and Mme. Anatoliy Dobrynin, wife of the Soviet Ambassador, on opening day of the fair. Mme. Dobrynin wanted to know if the chair was on sale. The chair can be raised and lowered as the user prefers. It is high enough so that a sitticg person can reach the top shdf of the slanted cabinet. The cabinet effects a sliding folding door instead of one that] swing.<: outward, endangering unwary, In-the-way heads. Patios and Deck* If you wish a free copy of a patio and deck building plant booklet, write West Coast Lum bermen's Association, PB 62, 1410 S.W. Morrison street. Pott- land 5, Oregon. Be modern with MOEN Sanitary Plumbing Co. 124S Wabaih Ave. 794-2131 DINING - ICitehen 1» to the recr cf the apgdeui dining area in the Borlfei home. AMATEUR ROCKETRY NEW YORK (UPI) - Watch those rocketsi A survey of rocket accidents dccurring during a six - week period nationwide showed four persons were killed and 86 injured, most of them in the 13 to 16 year age group. , In urging caution, the Association of Casualty and Surety Companies warned that many amateur rocketeers literally play with dynamite) HAtR TODAY SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) - A j toupee no longer is the only solu tion for the man with common jmale pattern baldness. For the Ipast two years, Drs. Jerome Or mond Kirschbaum and Harmon E. Rider, of San Francisco, have treated male and female baldness by transplanting plugs of the patient's own hair to the denuded areas. REDLANDS HEADQUARTERS FOR FRICIDAIRE FLAMELESS ELECTRIC RANGES BURROUGHS 117 E. State St. Phon* 793-5485 SERVING REDLANDS FOB 3* YEARS APPLIANCES 5> POLLY'S POINTERS By Polly Cramer DEAR POLLY — When the the three boys. Keep up the charcoal in our barbecue is slow Pointers. — MRS. 0. L. B. in starting to bum, my husband connects my hair dryer, turns the control to cold and directs the stream of cold aur at the charcoal. It acts like a bellowg and ia no time we have a beautiful bed of coals. — M.S. DEAR POLLY - I pull DEAR POLLY - An automo- ^^^^^^^^'^^^^^ ^^g ' straight piece about one and a bile snow brush makes a good inexpensive brush to use fo inexpensive half inches wide. Then I cut a cleamngoutawood-buimngfire- . ^ ^ ^^^^^ t„„3l ^ place. The scraper _win get fa- ^ ^ to the comers and the bmsh gets all the ashes. We all like the column — Mom. Dad Q OOO WITH A FLAMELESS RANGE I " '-'-AV '' y^' '^'"x t^-JjT A'~||' FREE KITCHEN PAINT KIT... WHEN YOU BUY AN ELECTRIC RANGE NOW One pound •wall cleaner One gallon kitchen enamel and one brush 5-foot ladder 9x12 drop doth Pan and roller set Soatliem California Edison Bay your electric range now— and take advantage of this free offer. Time is limited— so see the new models at yonr dealer's today. Offer available to all electric service customers of Southern California Edison Company. With flameless electric cooking; yoall see the cUan diSerenoe ia your Idtdien. IZbull feel the cool difference, too. Only electric ranges offer so many nev automatic features and the new easy'tcMlean ovens. The cost to cook electrically? For a family of four, just about U a day. Good news! Now yoa can biqr the noge and the wiring on time. One tow jnontbly p ^eot ooYen botL CIRLS - We will keep lha Pointers as long as clever pMple continue to send them. Thanks and mere thanks to all of you, - POLLY little more than twice the width of the stretched-out hanger. I ~*| sew the towelling up the sides and across the bottom and turn the sewed sides to the inside. Slide the hanger into this case. This is very useful for cleaning narrow hard-to-get-at- |places.-W.F.E. DEAR POLLY — When there are a couple of men around the house who shave, it is difficult to keep used razor blades out of the reach of' small children. I pot an unbreakabe pllg- gy bank in the bathroom :(jnrt a cheap, small one) and the men slip their blades into it I The baidc does not look bad and it saves a lot of cut fingers. — !N.L.T. ... • . • DEAR POLLY - My Ideaa are for Mis. A. C. G. who wanted new tilings for her Cub Scouts fo make. Take an empty pop bottle, spray the outside with silver or goM paint, apply a colorful decal or two and put a water sprinkler cork over the bottle opening. This makes an attractive but inexpensive sprinkler for mother to use when she dampens her laundry. An empty soup can can make a nice desk holder for pencils. Cover it with pretty, leftover I wallpaper.—MRS. R. M.C. DEAR POLLY - Women who doubt their own carpentry skill can use an old comb to hold small nails in position instead of getting their fingers in the way of the hammer.—MRS. R.D. 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