The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 24, 1968 · Page 82
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 82

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Sunday, November 24, 1968
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FS-Palm Beach Post-Times, Sunday, Nov. 24, 1M8 SEDHOOM CDOOM M'CT.10'0" BEDROOM U'013'" House Of The W eek Home Has Large Informal Area !ll 177 liltli in 3 pJ I I corridor ffC --. I llMdn STORAGE r j 16 4 M ' ! . I I t i . . ( ? enough closet space when there is a house full of company U-shaped stairs which terminate at the second floor have a balcony overlooking the foyer. Af the rear of the house are I lie living room, dining room and master bedroom. The living room and dining room flow together for a distance of ill) . lioth hmiiiis have sliding glass doors to a patio. Between the double-closeted master bedroom and another bedroom is a compartmentalized bathroom. Upstairs -- which can be lell unfinished if there is no immediate need for the space Ihe plans call for three additional bedrooms and another compartmentalized bathroom. As in most Cape Cod houses, there is a world of storage space on this floor Wooden shakes around the house provide a typical early A in e r i c a n flavor, which means that everything looks coinlorfableand homey. Colonial day homes had many things in common, most nl t lie m necessitated by the conditions in the New World 11 the time '. Most important ol these was the large kitchen It was always the most spacious room in Ihe house the gathering place of Ihe entire family Kach member would do as he pleased as an individual, but Ihere was always a feeling ) togetherness, long before thai word came into common usage. The concept of a large informal family area has been carried into Ihis ( ape Cod by architect Samuel Paul The space has been divided into smaller sections to meet specific functions but still maintain Ihe lecling of one large room Modern in every respect, the kitchen port inn stresses fliciencv ami Icatmcs an island counter top range wilh a dccoral ive metal hood The dinetle space is partially secluded into a windowed ed windows, fairly steep gabled roof and an almost (indefinable all around feeling of warmth and hospitality. OLD FASHIONKD - New Hngland charm is evident in this modern version of the traditional Cape Cod, with its wooden shakes on every side, mulli pan- uri i i ? iJ DINING LIVING ROOM MASTER nr ' ROOM 13' 4" . 19 0" BEDROOM I3'"ll'0" UV.15'4" T-r-t-r-I . I ' i . : lire rjr i t: i " i - ' ' . , KITCHEN 1 ' FT-, rf, , B''BH:i:;::i::C3 r) PORCH i f.reploct bokony ll uBj:f;il8nnIi j- FAMILY RM :EJ dw.h 1 Ill ! tr 19'6". I8'0" j I ' ' V DINETTE . , FOYER TT BEDROOM , rr i :.rL.. ,o'6",,3" n All in all. the expanse is do-lighttullv inviting and certain to bung together members ol the family lar mine than would otherwise be the case A service cut ranee ad jacent to the lamily room is reached hum the side porch It con lams a laundry, a lavatory and a laige stoiage closet and is .mmum MmHuauMtwi mmmmum directly accessible from the two-car garage This entire complex is at Ihe limit ol the house and to the left of the entrance foyer, which uses up from Ihe slope of the root There are two clothes closets in Ihe foyer, a welcome relief to those lami lies which never seem to have Mmmmmtmwmmmmtommmm "m f i I i . .J" 1 - vv v. bob blueprint of State - NO DIRT- Xj.U 2 TWO CAR j GARAGE i9'8';20'o" , . ' r a ... .46 6 i ...J PATIO ! 1 House of the Week Box 1590, West Palm Beach, Fla. Enclosed is 50 cents for design Name Address City RAIN NO WIND NO COLD 1 1 ;cf rf FLOOR PLANS The lower floor ated and with side and rear outdoor shows an excellent layout for the family, living areas. Large families can utilize, requiring only two bedrooms, with infor- all or part of the second floor for extra' mal and formal sections clearly deline- bedrooms. bay, which enhances the exterior as well as the inside The family area has a lire place, sliding glass doors lend ing In a covered side porch and an abundance ol limit in cabinets and shelving Kxposed rollers give Ihe space more height and i riled the early Ameucan charm The News rael has issued a new stamp, reports the Israel Philatelic Agency in America The games for the paralyzed were originally set up in the hospital for paralytics at Stoke-Mandeville in Britain in 1948. Coinciding in years with the International Olympics, the Wheelchair Games were held from 1952 to 1960 in England but in 1960 and 1964 they were conducted alongside the Olympics. this year, however, the Mexican government announced it could not host the W heel-chair Olympics and Israel immediately offered its services to handle the games. The site of the games is the Hand Sports Center and the Municipal Stadium in Ramat Gan. Visitors representing 30 nations participate. Competition for wheelchair athletes is in basketball, swimming, fencing, weightlilting. tabic tennis, bowling, snooker and archery. The illustration of the new Israeli stamp features a wheelchair basketball game in action. The stamp is available at your local dealer. India has issued a set of four new stamps to mark Ghandi Centenary Year. One design shows Ghandi at his spinning wheel. SAD!! Slumps In ItySVDKItOMSII The designs lor Kile's latest definitive set of postage stamps were the result of an international competition with artists from Ireland and oilier countries throughout the world participating. The winner was Henrich (Jerl of Munich. West Germany, and his interesting drawings appear on the new stamps. The half pence to 6 pence values show a dog in stylized ! form from a decoration of an ancient Irish brooch. The 7 pence to 1 shilling 5 pence values depict a stag inspired by an Irish art decoration which can be traced to a suspended bowl, now in the British Mu-. scum. ; The 2 shilling 6 pence and 5 pence values illustrate the winged ox. symbol ol St. Luke the Evangelist, based on a sketch in the Gospel Book of Lichfield in Lichfield Cathedral The 10 shilling bears the ; eagle symbol of St. John the Evangelist, taken from an an- ' cient Irish manuscript. Collectors in this country desiring information and costs of first-day covers may write directly to Irish Cachet Covers. 947 E. 32nd St.. Brooklyn. NY. 11210. To honor the 1968 Wheelchair Olympics the 17th Stoke-Mandeville Games Is V l i Beams Stay Up It's tough to get a thick.log to burn in the f ireplace. That's w hy so many schools and commercial buildings have heavy timber roof framing. Kire may char the big beams, but they'll hold the roof load, anyway just as the fireplace log chars slowly for hours. VIETNAM DRAMA - One of the unforgettable pictures of 1968 is Brig. Gen. Nguyen Ngoc Loan's execution of a Viet Cong officer, captured during terrorist attacks on Saigon. Taken by Associated Press photographer Edward T. Adams, it appears in Camera Annual 1969. By lUVINCJ DF.SFOR At' NewufcMtures As Ihe turbulent year of 1968 approaches its end, two photographic annuals are already on hand with their selection of "the world's finest" or noteworthy pictures. Though the titles say: "Photography Annual 1969" and "U.S. Camera Annual 1969," their early printing schedules prevent use of any significant pictures made in the last three months of 1968. Through the years, however, photo-minded Americans have turned to these domestic annuals as the only visual summing up of photographic trends, personalities, portfolios and nudes as compiled by the editors of Popular Photography and U.S. Camera's Tom Maloney, respectively. Both annuals are priced at $1.50. A study of Photography Annual reveals this year's "in" trend is with double exposure or multiple images through sandwiching negatives together for printing. About two dozen examples are scattered through the book and some of them look like mistakes that photographers used to throw away as unfortunate accidents. Now they are contrived, labored over and published as avante-garde photography. In previous years, there have been trends in Blur and Motion. Coarse Grain. Distorted Nudes and Fisheye photography. In each case, there are many examples of outstanding artistic and technical merit. Proliferation, however, tends to dilute the shock value of the original idea. Two tiny groups of Vietnam and Protest U.S.A. pictures are the only links between Photography Annual 1969 and photography "telling it like it is" in the past year. The lead article on Alfred Stieglitz. was written but not used as an introduction to a book published in 15. It has nostalgic and critical assessment of PORCH PROTECTION WE MAKE SCREEN PORCHES CONVERTIBLE "IT'S LIKE HAVING AN EXTRA ROOM" NO , , ,, ,ut'v )- Wlmm fit ' ' ' i - f7T YOU BET HE'S SAD. HE GAMBLED ON "BARGAIN" COLOR FILM PROCESSING AND LOST! Don't gamble with bargain processing. All Kodak color films left with us are automatically sent to Kodak for premium tion, its portfolios are more representative of the photographers selected and its tribute to 89-year-old Edward Steichen is timely as well as nostalgic because he received two major awards in 1968. Steichen, on receiving the White House Press Photographers Achievement Award, said: "Whenever I'm introduced as the dean of photographers, they mean, "Is that old buzzard still around?" That I am. But I'm also watching a wonderful, living body called photography, which I'm proud to honor as it has honored me. It's a great part of you. of me and the nation." Besides a sense of humor, Steichen had a practical suggestion when he said, "Put photography to work it furnishes its own rewards." All in all, the photography annuals are well worth browsing through. Some of the pic-tun's will recall the year's tragic events; others will in form or inspire and several will provoke you into wondering why if was published al all. If you're provoked enough, perhaps you'll be spurred into printing some of your best el forts and submitting them for next year's annuals That's a good way to put photography to work for yourself. ADD PROTX-0-WEATHER ORDINARY PORCH quality processing. DIRECT AIR SERVICE DAILY Slides Open - Slides Closed Clear vinyl ponek, framed in rugged, lightweight aluminum. Installed inside your present uieen. Weather proof your porch for year round indoor-outdoor comfort. West Palm Beach WAY Palm Beach Low initial cost "I i.iil our Shou rnom' - Weatlier Proteli - O A MOISILE HOME COMMUNITY lacluuv dealer . . Sewmt Aluminum Baca Kalon 395-9271 e Uinlana 58J-7J8I Riviero Beach 848 5553 America's photo pioneer for those historically minded. U.S. Camera' Annual 1969 has its quota of fine photos but does not ignore the picture highlights of world events in news and science that made 1968 so memorable. In addi- Timely Decorating CHICAGO - Clocks in a multiplicity of moods are ticking off a timely decorating story for every room in Ihe house The development of a dependable battery movement that keeps clocks running smoothly without unsightly cords, places them among the most popular wall accessories, according to a leading manulacturcr. Arabesque ol Traverse Cily. Mich The company includes some fill clocks in its extensive line ol wall accessories. They represent a variety of period and contemporary styles and range in size I mm jewel-like miniatures to commanding designs that cover several square feet of wall space. Their common denominator is the reliable mechanism that keeps them accurately ticking awav for 20 months and more on a single 1 volt flashlight battery. 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