The Honolulu Advertiser from Honolulu, Hawaii on January 5, 1969 · 50
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The Honolulu Advertiser from Honolulu, Hawaii · 50

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1 E-2 Honn!"'". .V-. - 5, 1969 m..amm,mm. 1 -A v -. - . 'Angel Face' lavender floribunda. $ Are FeuiFi 1 Moses Ar All-America By Donald P. Watson Department of Horticulture University of Hawaii The latest all America Rose selections include a lavender (Angel Face) and a pink (Gene Boerner) floribunda, a white hybrid tea (Pascali) and a remarkable scarlet grandiflora (Comanche). Angel Face , is the first lavender rose ever to win an All-America award. Ruby buds with just a hint of lavender slowly unfurl New 3M Film Cuts Sun's Heat, Glare 1111 'W01M00i - - - j rrp-t r 'ji&SP' iri'ii -j ' -- 5 t I Scotchtint Solar Control Film, made by the 3M Company, is said to reduce infrared heat and the fade-producing ultra violet rays and glare-producing visible rays of sunlight without distorting the view or darkening an office or factory (BBt ipeaially ffnu? ttBnB Beat the Hawaiian rain now! You can with a Flexalum Aluminum Patio Cover. Good looking all-weather protection, the Flexalum gives you a whole new area for pleasant living ... wind, rain, or shine. No more worries about rained-out back yard parties! No more worries Oahn Plumbing & ShzBeim&ial, Ltd. Ph. 813-631 or 813-636 " 7:00 to 4:30 P.M. ' BC-65 THE SUNDAY STAR-BULLETINS ADVERTISER -11 f-T--, m-m-mnnr ;.i i wji, L1 . . k for People their petals until, when about one-third open, they take the form of a lovely lavender chalice. The flowers open to fully double, truly lavender roses of perfect form with petal edges curved, wavy, ruffled and touched by a suffusion of royal ruby. The blooms of Angel Face are large, four inches or more, abundant, and come in clusters on medium length stems. As a finishing touch that spells perfection, the flowers are blessed with A relatively new product, called Scotchtint Solar Control Film, manufactured by the 3M Company, is being used in Hawaii to control glare, fading and reduce the amount of heat admitted through the wide windows of many buildings. The manufacturers say that Scotchtint reduces the amount of heat admitted by as much as 75 per cent, thus reducing air conditioning costs. The film, which essentially becomes a part of the glass, once applied, is said to repel up to 81 per cent of the ultra-violet rays of the sun, cutting down on annoying glare and the high cost of fading of interior fabrics. The material, a tough polyester film in an optically-approved tone of grey, is easily applied to the inside panes of building windows, said Charlie Fromherz, president of Glass-Tint Hawaii, Inc., the local firm about the children's mud tracks across your carpets! Not with the Flexalum Patio Cover that's custom-made to protect you, as well as improve the appearance of your home. Call today for free estimates on the all-aluminum patio cover that can make the comfortable difference in aw;"4i s v.-.nf-" rv. rr.-"' v."" cr . 1 w 'Gene Boerner' rich perfume. Medium to low growing and almost as broad as tall, the plants of Angel Face are evenly branche d, well shaped bushes, deserving a place in the foreground of any garden. The deep, firm green foliage is touched with copper, while the very new growth is an attractive contrast in maroon. Gene Boerner is an excep-tionally free-flowering, clear, pink floribunda. The medium, long and pointed buds unfurl into clean, full View of Honolulu International Airport Oriental garden and exterior of windows treated with Scotchtint film in the Governor's Lounge, at right, mirroring garden. franchised by 3M to install Scotchtint. - He said that there are two bonus features of Scotchtint that add to its attractive- 4 t - ' ' W.i; pink floribunda. flowers, usually about ZVz inches across and of about 35 petals. The blooms are borne in clusters and often on long (for a floribunda) cutting stems of 10 to 12 inches. The deep, rich pink flowers of this rose are most attractively set off by a background of thick, bright green foliage. The handsome plant is upright, ' symmetrical, well branched and covered with blooms that even boast a light fragrance. -at-' ness. Because it behaves (on the outside of the building) like a mirror, reflecting light back outward, building appearance is improved by keeping windows looking uniform, no matter how the interiors are decorated. And he said that the film provides a certain amount of shatter-resistance to any glass to which it is applied. "S c o t c h t i n t is easily maintained, too," Fromherz said. "It is cleaned at the same time and by the same methods, used in ordinary window cleaning. The only requirement is that regular, non-abrasive window-cleaning materials be used. "And Scotchtint is easily removed, if desired. It is designed to be installed on-, the-spot to already existing windows, and it can be done without disrupting normal working conditions." Hinged Counter Aids the Chef Every back yard chef needs a work counter near the barbecue, and attaching one to the fence is a smart way to provide it. To build a drop-leaf barbecue counter of any size, nail - tongue-and-groove boards over pieces of 2x4-inch cedar or fir. The 2x4s will form the bracing on the counter's underside. Then hinge the counter to the fence's middle rail or to a ledger strip screwed to the fence. To hold the counter in place when up, use lengths of chain run from screw eyes at the counter's outside corners to screw eyes set in the fence's top rail. Dog leash clips at each end of the chains will snap firmly into the screw eyes but are easily unhooked. V, J 'vt mil m m m Til? f t 'Pascali' white Pascali, the whitest of white hybrid teas, produces a vigorous growing, erect, well shaped and well clothed plant, which is always a good start for any rose. The flowers of this "Paschal" are remarkably beautiful in form. The graceful urn - shaped buds open to medium size blooms which hold their high, budlike centers exceedingly well even until the outer petals drop. The flowers are usually made up of 35 to 40 petals The Contract Designer Must Be Businesslike By CHARLES HEEN. AID President, Hawaii Chapter, American Institute of Interior Designers 'Contract interiors' deals with the designing of interiors for hotels, resorts, shopping centers, individual stores and shops, restaurants, cocktail lounges, , offices, banks, hospitals, libraries and many other commercial and institutional projects. The contract interior designer is a highly developed specialist. He is well trained academically, experienced in retail and wholesale selling with several years in the field. This specialist, in my opinion, must first be business-oriented that is to say as far as his product is concerned and his approach to his client. I have always felt the best and most effective point at which to begin a project with the client is the budget. Many times the client does not have a set budget Two Trust Territory Radio itations Construction of two new radio stations in the Trust Territory will begin early this year. They are scheduled for completion in April, 1969. The stations are KJQR, located on Navy Hill in Sai-pan, Marianas Islands, and WSZO near the Mobil Oil Bulk Plant on Majuro, Marshall Islands. The broadcasting operations are currently housed in old and obsolete buildings. The broadcast stations are especially important to the island communities during periods of storm and typhoon emergencies which occur with some frequency in the Trust Territory islands. Though not self-supporting, the government-operated stations do accept paid commercial material. Programming is primarily English language. Architectural and engineering services for the new plans are being provided by Hawaii Architects & Engineers, Inc., a Honolulu-based association of nine member-firms. Under a contract awarded in June, 1968, schematic drawings were submitted in November to the Radio Broadcast Center, Office of the High Commissioner, hybrid tea. and give forth just the slightest breath of fragrance. Good white roses are few and far between. Therefore, this is an excellent new contribution to the home gardeners. Comanche, a bold, new grandiflora has large, high centered blooms of brilliant scarlet. The long pointed buds unfold to fully double four-inch flowers of 50 petals. The blooms are borne on long strong stems on a Aid From A.I.D. (Axx&xcAX nrsTmrrz of ustzbiqsl Dcsxora&s) and this is where the articulate designer can project estimated costs based on the client's operational functions. In conjunction with budget discussions, the designer presents his various professional fee charges and their method of processing. When both the budgets and fees are approved, the next items that move into place are an outline of cost controls, quality checks on the products, wearability and performance of the goods, attractiveness, originality, uniqueness and, of course, always that which is practical, useful and functional. Locally Designed Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands. Completed plans will be submitted this month. The buildings are budgeted at $70,000 each and are identical, except for minor adjustments to accommodate the two sites. Architectural character of the structures is simple and straight-forward and expresses the functional nature of the activity. The floor plan is designed to house the administrative and the operational areas as The new buildings which will house radio stations KJQR on Saipan and WSZO on Majuro are straightforward, functional, and typhoon-resistant. Design and engineering is being provided the Trust Territory government by Honolulu-based Hawaii Architects & Engineers, Inc. C 'Comanche scarlet grandiflora. election tall, well branched plant Sometimes the large blooms are borne singly, but more often three or more occur in fiery cande-labras of color on stems excellent for cutting. Comanche is almost continuously in bloom. The plant is tall and strong, bushy and vigorous, reaching five feet in height and producing an abundance of colorful blooms for cutting and garden decoration. The bright green, Constant awareness of the contract market and the flow of new products is always made available by the designer. All plans are rendered architecturally, to scale, and detailed to express the design concept of the interior designer. Under his technical guidance, good and proper interpretations are illustrated and verbal expressions are given accurate meaning to all concerned. When all plans have been approved, budgets accepted, fees embraced, the contract interior designer then plans his scheduling of all products. As part of this program of coordination, two separate structures with a connecting passageway between. This passageway will serve also as a main entrance to the buildings. The foundation, floor slab and exterior walls are of reinforced concrete. The roof is constructed of sheet metal on steel frames. Interior walls are of gypsum board. Major areas will be acoustically treated and both buildings will be completely air-conditioned. The new radio stations 7 WrTmrr n i I leathery foliage, very resistant to disease, well covers the entire plant. As a striking contrast, the new leaves are a rich maroon. The perfect buds, together with outstanding form and substance in the full open flowers provide exhibition material of the first order. For home use the combination of bold, scarlet blooms s and a vigorous plant, makes Comanche a top choice. Next Week: How To Plant Roses. the designer sets up and, aids in the processing of all purchase orders, traffic controls on all goods, ship- -ping freight, storage, re- ceiving at the project site and delivery into the desig-i nated areas according to the designer's plans. A constant vigilance must be kept for damaged goods so that-proper claims can be made and replacement immediately secured. , . ' , Through each step, the de- ; signer keeps the client and all other associated suppliers to the project fully . . aware of all progress. He is always in touch with the" project architect, the con-tractor-builder and the sub- -contractors. Complete control of all installers, fabricators and ! special design suppliers is maintained to the maxi- .; mum. Constant follow-up and rechecking of these many facets result in an out- i standing interior and a hap- ; py client. will be typhoon-resistant HA&E's Luke, Jliyamoto & Associates, Inc. is proj- -ect manager in association with Frederick H. Kohloss & Associates, Inc., mechanical engineers, Ho &Okita, Inc., electrical engineers, -and Donald T. Lo Engi-. neers, Inc., structural engi-neers. Others members of HA&E are: Bradley & Wong Inc., Dames & Moore, Sunn, Low, Tom and Hara Inc., R. M. Towill Corp. and Don- , -aid Wolbrink & Associates, .. " Inc.

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