The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin on January 14, 1962 · Page 24
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The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin · Page 24

Racine, Wisconsin
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Sunday, January 14, 1962
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RACINE SUNDAY BULLETIN Jan. 14, 1962 Sec. 2, Page « ^Citchen Creators Lis Cabine nventions Creators of the only "silent steel" kitchen, with insulated cabinet doors, soundless nylon catches and drawer rollers, and adjustable shelves cushioned with plastisol, recently announced exclusive new developments in cabinetry to provide personalized arrangements. At the recent National Home Builders Show in Chicago, their kitchen exhibit, fealurinp the famous textured finish in clear light blue, presented the first built- in oven cabinet designed to permit installation at any level to accommodate each homemaker's height. Jn addition, the new cabinet's exclusive flexibility of design allows individual planning of drawers, doors, or .supplementary appliances above or below the built-in oven. Base Cabinets Are New Also new in the field of kitchen design are base cabinets which illustrate complete versatility of arrangement; sliding shelves may be moved higher or Jower in position to permit storage of largo iiems on or beneath them, or a number of sliding shelves may be installed for sink-side linr- storage. These base cabinets offer unique "custom" storage possibilities of items from foods to odd-si/f trays. Accessorizing the kitchen to offer every possible service to the honvmaker are bread box, vegetable and flour bins, cutlery trays, siher trays fitted wiih tarnish-retarding cloth, cutting board, grinder clamp, garbage receptacle, and space-maker glass enclosed shelves beneath top cabinets. The kitchen's importance as the main operating center of the home influenced the designers' development of cabinets to prf)vide convenience for all types of activities—sewing machines and mixers swing out on their own platforms for US'- at working les'nl, swing down and out of sight in the storage cabinet. The same cabinet can prove a boon to the (arfcr-turnedhomemaker when a type- wrii 'T is installed for kitchen-desk con- \eruencf'. lur the lady who likes a little touch of leisure in kitchen planning, there is the sit-down sink of stainless steel fitted with recessed base cabinets. Even the kitch 'MT laundry center is boosted in efficiency with the installation of cabinet- hatnpeis which slide out of storage and may be moved anywhere to permit easy w;ishcr loading. Thr' beau I y fif cabinet design is hfiglitcned by warm (ohirs of the finish, ea( h of eight colors adding to the luxurious touch of this tough leather-like finish. 'Ihe colors are locked permanently in the finish, which itself is highly stain-and scratch-resistant and will not show fingerprints, a boon to the busy kitchen where youngsters and pels constitute the bulk of traffic. This kitchen proves there is space magic in kitchen planning. The peninsula serves to provide china and accessory storage on one side, range and utensil storage on the other, adjacent to dining area. A pass through facilitates two-way handling. Peninsula could vary in uses, providing laundry and sewing center co-ordination. Corners are important to this kitchen designer and here the new built-in oven cabinet varies its role to provide space for intercom and FM system, and electric warming drawers. Solid or glass doors are available. Volunfears Find New Horizons Freely given service goes a long way toward unraveling one of the knottiest problems of our time—the frustration Jelt by a mother who wants ;to do useful and satisfying jwork when she has some ileisure, but who lacks the necessary formal training or experience to get a well-paid 'position, writes f-'dith G. jNeisser in a national maga- jZine. When she spr\es as a ivolunteer she gets a great • deal of satisfaction, a change iof pace, and opens up many !new horizons. Often the volunteer can use some of her capabilities that had seemed doomed to atrophy. J'or example, if earlier she had shown promise as a ^dancer, she might find an outlet for that special talent in putting on progratns in hospitals or schools. Many women with grown children find that visiting with a handi capped person, chauffeuring a golden-age group, or sponsoring a club for youngsters adds a great deal to their lives as well as to the other persons'. IS ONE OF THESE PATTERNS YOURS? I or thi' first time, a built-in oven may be installed at the most convenient level to the home owner. Ihe cabinet is constructed to permit installation of oven support shelf at anv level to accommodate the height of each person. This flexibility of de- also permits cusioin planning of doors for storage area, drawers for cooking appliances, above nr beneath the oven. r \Ni('<- A ^Car HanSag CleataHce III M)iu:i)s oi lUvM III11. BA(;.^ \ I in:VL s\M\(;s Ivciiular 7.').". - 21!) P.Nc tEATHER GOODS 1 f 316 Sixth St. Racine's Leading Luggage and Cifi Center 01 All linii! fiivor.lp Patteiii'; COMMUNITY' 1 he f mf•^^ S-lvcrpat*. y -M .f Otief Ends [ ctj. lOlh C ... T,..,..i. '..IJ (ip^'.rd Spoons . . . . R ,.•'(! f3owl Soup spoons A n I oM<!e Sooons . . . i. .-.( t ' rv Spoons . . , H .It,.; f .1 (' »•' s 0 .•') ?0 10 70 ?0 f , r. i ..: • J .1)1 ( t ! I •' 1- •• • : f .t ^*^.^ ' t.ravy I a <I . 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