Redlands Daily Faefs Friday, May 1, 1964 - 11 MASTER BEDROOM — Spacious room hos its own privofe bath. CUT OUT CUTS KOFU, Japan (VPl) — The 220 barbershops in Kofu announced today they will not give Beatle, ducktail or any other uueoDventional haircuts to high scliool students. The barbers said unusual haircuts encourage juvenile delinquency. TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appliances will find a ready market through Classified Ads. SOTtCK or PIBLIC HEARI.NG iiLUL.xxns ri.A.v.vi.vo COMMISSION PLEASE TAKE -VOTICE that, pursuant to the provisions of Ordinance Xo. 1000 the Planning Commission o£ the City ot Bedalnds wiU hold a Public Hearing in the Council Chambers of tne Safety Hall in the City of Redlar-ds at 3;00 p.m.. May 12, 19tH. to consider the following: An application has been received for a change of zone from A-1 lAgriculturei District to R-2 (Multiple Family Rcsidentiali District for five acres of property located on the west side of Tennessee Street 330 leet south of Sute Street. Bequest submitted by BYBON- CUARK, INC.. of U >t Angeles, California. Anyone objecting to, or fn favor NOTICE OF PUBLIC IIEAniNG KEDL.\.\DS PLANN1.NO COMMISSION PLEASE TAKE .NOTICE that, pursuant to Sections 63800 and 65507 of the Government Code, the City of Redlands Planning Commission will hold a Public Hearing in the Council Chambers of the Safety Hall in the City of P.edlands at 3:00 p.m.. May 12. 1964. to consider a proposed of. the above is invited to appear and show cause why the same should or should not be granted as requested. Approvals or objections may be in writing filed with the undersigned prior to said Hearing, or nuy be orally made af the Hearing. DATED this 1st day of Mav. 1964. W. C. SCHLVDLER, Planning Director, City of Redlands. I amendment to Section 40.00 (Non- Residential Par';ing Space Require- mentsi of Ordinance No. 1000. Amendment No. 50 to zoning Ordinance No. 1000. Said amendment involves a complete revision of Section 40.00 iNon-Residential Parking Space Requirementsi. Copies of proposed amendment will be available in the Planning Department Office. Anyone objecting to. or in favor of. the abive is invited to appear and show cause why the same should or should not be granted as requested. Approvals or objections may b« in writing filed with the undersigned prior to said Hearing, or may be orally made at the Hearing. DATED this 1st day of May, 19««. W. C. SCHINDLER. Planning Director, City of Redlands. TOWARDS ENTRY — Tiled cenlerp 'iece highlights the fireplace in the living room in the Klein home. Facts Classified Ads Can Sell Anything CaU 793-3221 Like To Watch "Big League" Ball? Then For Heaven's Sak'! . , . Le( Us Do Your Furniture Painting and Refinishing Work . . . Relax On the Patio & Watch Your Favorite Team CALL US RIGHT NOW While You're Thinking About It! KRAMER'S 109 E. HIGH AVE. Call 793-1123 LLY'S POINTERS By Polly Cramer DEAR POLLY — Jly hint will give a more professional look to tlie job if you ever mat and frame pictures yourself. After cutting out the inner square of ilhe mat wilii a razor blade, use an emery board to smooth down the edges and comers. — BILLIE DEAR POLLY — My darUng 10-montli-old boy's favorite pastime was to throw all of his j I toys out of the playpen. A sure I cure was to put a large cardboard bo.\ in the playpen, put all of his toys in Uie bo.x and he I ' DEAR POLLY - Like many other housewives, I have too little storage space and have toj keep my good china packed away upstairs, when it w needed, I had to rummage through several boxes to assem ble the various pieces needed to make the required number of place settings. I solved the problem by dividing my china into place settings and packing two or si.x settings together smaller boxes and marking them. In one box I put all the extra ser\ing pieces such as cream and sugar, gravy boat has a ball. Yes, he still throws!meat platter and so on. No I all of the toys out of the box but they stay in the pen. Hope this saves other mothers from having aching backs as it has saved me. — MRS. J. E. M. when I need service for two four, or six, all I need do is to select the proper boxes and the needed pieces are all together. To clean dust out of the rid FOR CONVENIENCE: lake your pen, make ouf a check, and • SAVE BY MAIL at SXSTNTGS A I^OAK ASSOCIATIOK RedUndt Home Offica Fifth St. I CItrui Ave. m -M?I Fonlana Branch 8MI Wheeler Ave. VSSm or 822-225* Yueaipa Branch 35034 Yucalpa Boulevard 797-0181 Beaumont Branch 725 Beiumsnt Avenue 145-3151 ges in furniture that arc too narrow for u.<-ing a dii .<:tclo!h. I use a cotton-tipped slick. Moi?;- len the cotton tip just enough so that it will pick up the dirt, and then run doKTi the ridge from end to end. Follow with a dry cotton tip. being sure to dry the wood. Unless the tip is unusually wet, there .should be no water spots left on the furniture — BOBBY GIRLS — This last idea of Bobby's is basically good and would start us off in good fashion, but I would moisten the cotton tip with furniture palish rather than water so there would be NO danger of spotting the furniture. — POLLY DEAR POLLY - When teaching a baby the art of drinking from a glass, hold a sponge under his chin. This is real help for new mothers like me and encourages one to keep on pursuing what could be a messy task. The baby comes out without a drip. It is reallv great: — JA.\ET wens REDLANDS So luxurious... yet so low-priced DEAR POLLY — Recently a hint was given for defrosting the refrigerator but I think have a better solution to help with thai unpleasant job. I sim ply place a few layers of news paper in the cold oven and then place all the frozen foods on the papers and then put more- newspapers on top of the food As the oven is insulated, there no trouble with anything thawing out before you are ready to return it to the frccz er section. When making a lot of hors d oeuvres for a party, make tray out of two thicknesses cardboard and cover with alu minum foil. So they can be stacked in the refrigerator, cut paper towel cardboard rollers into pieces that can stand up as supports for trays on top. Gov cr with plastic wrap and they will stay fresh until time for serving. — MRS. M. V. 0. of APPROVES NOMINATIONS WASHINGTO.V (UPI) — Tlic Senate Wednesday approved President Johnson's nomination of Dr. Covey T. Oliver to be ambassador to Colombia and Taylor G. Belcher to be am bassador to Cyprus. WEEK-END SPECIAL Well Known Brand CLOCK RADIOS Regular $20.95 $•1195 17 (Choice ef Colors) KUITE'S DISCOUNT SAUS & SCRVICE 519 W. 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