The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on July 13, 1960 · Page 10
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10 Wednesday, July 13, 'o Building Home Improvements .House Of The Wee' 'Raised Ranch' By Any Other Name Is Gaining Popularity By DAVID L. BOWEN Here's a riddle for anyone interested In modern residential architecture: What do you call « house that has tht space and cost-economy o! a two-story, the one-level living arrangement of a ranch, and the half-flight stairways of a split? The most commor designation in the New York region where the style is gaining popularity- is 'raised ranch." Architect Rudolph Matern, who designed this excellent example of the style prefers to call It a 'sunken two-story." Both ot these labels ignore the influence ot the split level concept which did contribute to the split broke tiring stairways in two and got half the basement up out of the ground. This type handles stairways in the same fashion tt~t gets the other half of the basement up. While you're puzzling over bow to get ranch two-story and split all into one name we're going to bypass the argument call this house B-19 in the House of the Week scries and let its six upper floor and three lower floor rtoms speak tor themselves. You'll note that one of the in novations in this treatment of the new style is that there is a mid level grade entrance both at th front and the back. In other ex amples of this type in House o the Week the only route dow from the upper floor was via the front foyer. This one improves circulation by providing access to the backyard and the recreationli room from the rear of the house. I \Vhlle it has an impressive appearance B-19 should not be as expensive as it looks. The enclosed area of the upper floor is 1471 sq. ft. There ts no extras structural work necessary for tho lower floor since it replaces what would ordinarily be basement. Of couse more brick veneer is required on the exterior than in a ranch and to utilize tho lower level this space must be partitioned and finished. Budget-conscious families might cecp in mind that finishing the ower floor could be accomplished by a do-it-yourselfer long ifter the family has moved into 10 upper floor. Dimensions of B-19 are 5V by 28' 8". Additional Details An unusual feature that both extends the living area and adds jlamor to th exterior is the can ilevered deck along two sides of the living room. Big sliding glass doors give access to th deck from the living room so that for warm weather partie it can nearly double the livln room space. Kor convenience i serving outdoor snacks acccs to the deck also is provided from the dining room. The wall around the dccx increases privacy jives a pleasing horizontal o the front. The upper level i essentl complete home In itself \ irce bedrooms and two comp baths as well as kitchen ll\ oom and dining room. The n er bedroom has its own priv lath with stall shower; the ol mth Is split into separate a or multiple use. Tiie efficient well-equipped hen is located to readily s he dining room breakfast i torch deck and even he lo cvel recreation room. A massive fireplace - pla vail dominates living room cor. The planter atop the closet on the foyer level ere another delightful design ef The lower level enjoys · markable multiplicity of fund t includes a large recrea room a fourth bedroom a plete bathroom and a din in dition to garage and utility a It is possible to give the 1 two separate garages or the ond garage can be used for v shop or hobby area. Storag quirements are taken cart by two lower level storage rt and plenty of closets elscw i 6% Bella BentOKroi-QImeft i Building Editor: Enclosed is 30 cents. Please send mi a copy of (he slut U. 5. Sugar Prices Should Hold Steady Despite Cuban Crisis IWAGNIF1CEOTLY MODERN - The sunken lower level and on-grado entry between levels gives B-I8 a low, sleek look from (he outside d esplle Us two-story spaciousness inside. Open decfc across part ol front and one side adds no te of glamour. ~1 GLAMOROUS ENTRANCE -- This is the front foyer, .with exterior door nt right, louvercd coat closet doors aganist side of fireplace will], and upper foyer at lop left. plan for The House of The Week, Design Number when you add COMPORT plus VALUE io your horns! tf, It? air conditioning . W% automatic.! Costs hu to own! Pbtrae for free estimate ... Kremser's, Inc. Washington Ave. R Harvey ED 2-0313 NAME STREET CITY 6 per cent below the 10-year av- age and a lower yield per acre Visits instructor After 17 Years; Progress Noted VENTURA, Calit. (AP) - I 1943, when he was an instructo at Hancock Aeronautical Colleg in Santa Maria, Vernon Agee ha a cadet named S.. Ernest Van diver. Vandiver came back to Califo nia the other day and he and Agi had their first visit in 17 year 'What are you doing the: days?" Agee asked his visitor. "Oh," said Vandiver, "I've g a job in Georgia. I'm the gove nor." Vandiver is in California for t! Democratic convention. Hungry Man Eats Evergreens ALBUQUERQUE N.M. (AP) Someone at a drive-in eati establishment called Albuquerque police and complained that a man was outsido 'eating the evergreens." Officers arrested a 41-year-old man standing in front of the S55 place with a mouth full of pine needles. "Obviously drunk" said the xlice report. By SAM DAWSON AP Business News Analyst NEW YORK (AP)--You are beg assured that the price of sug- r should hold fairly steady de- dte our political quarrel with lie Castro government in avana. The supply should be subject to tily minor bobbles while other ources are tapped for more or sources added. The last thing ·ou need to think about is layin; n an extra supply now--it would ust harden on your shelves. But our lawmakers are going o be under pressure to revise resent quotas and refiners here must switch some supply lines. At home, cancfarmers and espe- ially beet sugar producers wil vant a bigger guaranteed market Friendly off shore growers wil want more, too. Under Close Watch Many other nations are goin to watch closely--either as pro ducers coveting the rich. Amer can market where sugar price- jy law, or as sugar buyers guess ing what will happen lo their ow sources and to the cost of suga to them. Here is bow our sugar quol law works and the various mean by which under the recen changes we could make up su plies the Cuban sugar industry won't be sending: Each December before the sta of the sugar culling and grindin season, the U.S. Agriculture D partment estimates how rnui ridny it decided 9,600,000 would nearer tho mark. Domestic beet growers are now lotted a bit more than two mil- on tons, and domestic cane rowers 642,573 tons. Hawaii and 'uerto Rico each get between 1 iy, million tons, the Virgin stands 16,618 tons, and the Phil iplnes just under one million Quota Trimmed Cuba's original quota was 3,19,655 tons (most of which has Iready reached the United tales). President Eisenhower as just trimmed that to 2,419,59 tons, leaving Cuban shippers ess than 40,000 tons they still can end. Fourteen other sugar areas spli te rest of the quota admitted this ear, ranging from Peru's 10-1,187 ons to Hong Kong's three tons, "he others, in order of tonnage, re: Dominican Republic, Mexico. Nationalist China Panama, Costa Canada, United Kingdom, Belgium and British Guiana. The following weren't granted an increase in Friday's reshuffle: Philippines Canada, United Kingdom, Belgium, British Guiana ant Hong Kong. Congress spelled out some of the when redis sugar U.S. consumers will neet It uses a Congress-set formula apportion this among domest and foreign suppliers. The esti ,| mates and quotas are adjusted | during the year as the demand: outlook rises or falls. ! For 1960 the department first! decided 9,400,000 tons would take rare of the American sweet tooth. areas it wants favored Cuba's lost tonnage is tributcd. The Agriculture Depart ment is spelling out the rest (Friday's quota shuffle was se before the Cuba quota was cut. Some American refiners will; have lo change to new supply] areas, and so will some sugar carrying freighters. This wil 1 cause inconvenience but no shortages are expected this year. . JOVENA SPEAKER - Fahor Francis Emerick, CVS ol Chicago is delivering nightly sermons at tho annual novena at the Carmelite Monastery In Jackson t h r o u g h Saturday night. The novenn began last Friday. 4 More French African Areas Ready For Liberty PARIS (AP) -- Four more French African territories signed an agreement with President Charles do Gaulle's government clearing the way for their independence next month. The countries-- the Ivory Coast, Dahomey, Niger and Upper Volta --will remain within the French community on a commonwealth basis as have Madagascar and the Mali Federation. TE2v.tss.ia as: Expect State Corn Production To Drop 13 Per Cent This Year JACKSON, Miss. (AP) - The Mississippi Crop and Livestock Reporting Service said Tues. corn production in the state is expected to drop 13 per cent this year. The reporting service said the prospects as ot July 1 were for 37,020,000 bushels, which is also you need to INSULATE your home or store AGAINST HEAT! Contact Your Local Dealer NEED A NEW HOME! BOY! OH BOY! DAD SURE GOT A TERRIFIC BICYCLE FOR ME FROM THE CLASSIFIED ADS! Lucky fella! And (here arc thousands just like him who have found just the bike, the auto, the home or the job they have wauled -- righ( here in (he clasi- fied ads in (his paper! IT PAYS TO READ AND USE THE CLASSIFIED ADS FOR QUICK ACTION The 1960 acreage is estimated at 1,234,000, compared with 1,311,000 last year and * 10-year average of 1,723,000 acres. Tha crop was reported In fair shape in north and central Mississippi and poor shape in dry south Mississippi. Other Crops The outlook for other crops: Oats: production estimated al 7,96S,000 bushels, down 7 per cent A record yield of 48 bushels per acre in sight, however, and the drop is due to a decrease ol 17 per cent in the acreage. The acreage is estimated at 166.000. Wheat production forcast is at 1,053,000 bushels, up 23 per cen | because of a larger acreage. The total is up 0,000 acres to 39,000 The yield is expected to reach 27 bushels per acre, up 1. Barley: Production estimated at { 1 11.000 bushels, down 28 per cent. iThe yield is expected to go up .from 31 to 37 bushels per acre. Rice: Production forecast al 1,305,000 100-pound bags, up U per cent. The yield is expected to reach 2,900 pounds per acre, up 200. The acreage is up 1,000 lo ·15,000. Ifay: Production expected lo ! reach 914,000, tons, down 21 pe cent because of dry weather. Th( yield was fixed at 1.11 tons, com pared with 1.47 tons per acre las lyear. The acreage is 820,000, up '4 per cent. . Soybeans: Acreage up 3 pe cent to 1,005,000 acres. - Irish potatoes: Production fore cast at 3M.GOO hundredweigh' down 20 per cent. A lower yiel and smaller acreage, 8,000 acres producing -15 hundredweight per acre, is blamed for the drop. Sweet Potatoes Sweet potatoes: Production fore cast at 736,000 hundredweight, hundredweight, down 20 per cent for * BEST PRICES * WORKMANSHIP * BACKED-UP GUARANTEE | ] Call ED 4-4028 FLOOR PLAN- solved by use of two split stairways, providing both a front and a rear foyer. Biloxi Ice Plan Man Seeks Refund Of $103,968 Taxes BILOXI, Miss. (AP) -- A Biloxi ments were over a period of years. In March, 1958, the suit said, they filed 29 claims for refunds and some were granted, totaling $106,102. T R I B B Y Air Conditioning Co., Inc. Phone ED 4-4026 1317 Railroad Ave H. N. Alexander Sons Has One Ready To Move Into OR Will Custom Build One FOR YOU. TAKE ADVANTAGE OF 67 YRS. EXPERIENCE -CALL THEM TODAY. ED 2-7245 ice plant operator and his family Tues., filed federal court action seeking to recover $103.963 in taxes they contend were illegally ssessed and collected. Samuel Ross Morgan Jr., his wife Kathleen and their two sons, Samuel Ross Morgan I I I and Don Jd Hobbs Morgan, entered the The action claims the assess- A lower yield and smaller acre age, 8.000 acres producing °!5 hundredweight per acre, is blamed for the drop. S w e e t potatoes: Production forecast at 735,000 hundredweight, down from the I,OS3,000 recorded: last year. The acreage is down. 3,000 acres to 16,000. The yield is| forecast at 46 hundredweight perj acre, compared with 57 last ycar.j Peaches: Production expected] to total 400,000 bushels, down 5 per cent. | Pears: Production forecast at J30.000 bushels, up 6 -;r cent. Sorghum: Acreage estimated at 60,000 acres, down 7,000 from a year ago. Peanuts: Acreage down from 6,000 to 5,000. WONDERFUL THINGS HAPPEN IN MAKES "The Fivorito Reading of the Mid-Delia" PAINTS YOUR BEST BUY IN INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR FINISHES Made With Superior Quality .UNO OIL Will Give You The Prelection You Need. 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