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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta g THE ISTHBRIDCr. IIERAID Pii-Jny, Ai'.juit 4, 1972 HOME OF THE WEEK Mo. A OS LOWER R. 4-1C. up PI: a 510 Here is fine csainplc of a home (or a small family, it is basically o culw. which makes It most economical to huiW. Es- pecially designed (or a narrow lot only 28 feet wide, it has a total living area cf almost 920 square feet. The spacious living 1'oom cen- tres attention on the fireplace flanked hy sliding windows ami French doors to the terrace. Bulk-ins for books and china plus sliding door to kitchen make this a comfortable room in all respects. Tiie kitchen is well appointed with table area. 1 access to terrace, doorway to I__ ___ basement stairs and to garage" where a side exit is also con- storage. The I10JIOCRAF CO. Of CANADA 10 JAKVIS ST. al KING EAST TORONTO 1. ONTAIUO Please send me further details about how to obtain standard builder blueprints lor Design T2-10S Or enclosed pleast find SI.00 (pins 25 cents for hand- ling end mailing) for which send me the new Design Book entitled "l-'ourth and Country Homes Designer! For Canadians." An additional 18- page book of duplex and multiple income home des- igns is available at 50c lax free. NAME ADDRESS (Ulh.) second bedroom venient to kitchen. Upper floor has luxury size master bed- three windows seat for extra room featuring and a window also had cross ventilation and a cedar lined closet is located in the hall. If preferred a con- ventional cottage roof can he built instead of the type of roof shown in the illustration. (Copyright 1072. Toronto Star Syndicated YOUR GARDEN By Isabella R. Young, F.R.H.S. EXHIBITION TT WILL soon be that time of year again when horti- cultural shows v.ill bo in evi- dence. Although it gener- ally been a poor growing sea- son with so much moisture and below average sunshine, the "show" must go on. To exhibit vegetables, there are certain rules and regula- tions one must adhere lo. When J was pulling some rhubarb a day or so ago, it occurred lo me how few people know the proper way to prepare it before putting it n the show bench. It is very simple. While it is eaten as a fruit, rhubarb is exhibited as a vegetable, Condition is VEGKTABLKS j plastic bag out ii.to the garden uniform. Take off the outside and as you cut the stem, leav- leaves and leave centre four to ing about one-half inch of it -short ones. Cut stcnv or root on. let the peas drop into the to the bottom. Celery hag. Uo not touch the pod .should be uniform in size and very important factor. Stalks should be clean, smooth, fresh, and strong, straight, and about 13 to 20 inches in length. The leaf should be [rimmed off at a slight angle, leaving about one j inch. The color should be bright red and attractive. A good quality is Indicated by lack of toughness when broken. Toma- toes are sometimes exhibited in two classes red and green. Color in red specimens is important, and the darker, the better. Both, however, have more or Jess the same qualifi- cations. They should bo firm, smooth, without rra'jk.s blem- ishes and the stems .MUST be left on. In this way, a judge j is able to tell whether thy I have been purchased or grown. They should also be uniform in size, shape and color and at lesst .1 inches in diameter and r.eHher under-ripe or over-ripe for t'ne red sr.cdrnon.s. Most people display pens fairly well al a show, hul Ihfirc are some of tire that could hf. stressed more. I rlon't think there are, rarely more than one or two people out of ten who leave lh> "bloom" on pea.s when exhibiting them. This is the dull color on the pods and MUST be left on for first quality exhibition peas. Take a pair of .scissors and a handling peas as they will re- move the bloom. The bottom point should lw intact. Pods should be large, fre.sh, uni- form, free from blemishes and properly filled. Hold up to the light (by the stern) anil if any poas are missing or underde- veloped, discard. They should not be over-ripe and the color should be deep green. A judge will open up a pod to taste for sweetness, and freshness. (Jrccn and wax beans ara an impor- tant vegetable, grown by thous- ands of people. Pods should he uniform, of good length, straight, fresh, with little out- ward sign of seeds, and free from blemishes. There should be no stringiness when the bean i.s broken edgeways or s h o w signs of fibre when broken side- ways Another vegetable that Is often displayed wrongly is cabbage. Mostly, people it of all the outer leaves. color and frco from blemishes and disease and as large and firm as possible, Green varie- ties should be their natural color, not bleached. Roots are trimmed to a conical shape ami a straight cut is made acros: lop of leaves so the stalk m c ;j s u r e s approximately 16 inches in length. Tie with twdsl- em just below leaves. Sail or swim in sail scootei which i- incorrect. Al least iv.o I or three of the outside or wrap- per leaves should tx; left on. j tic-ads should be uniform, of mock-rale size, solid and a rich, green color. The round a n d i flat varities tend to be more solid than Savoys. The crumple on this type of cabbage should lie fine, hlcrnishcs, either by insects or tlie weather should evident. Splitting of soft hf-a'13 are rather .serious de- raiiliflov.-ers should hr while with no grern sho'.vinf; through, uni- in :.ize fabo'il to r, in mlid A deep curd is also very im- portant. Stalks and large ieavo.s are removed ami the re- maining leaves are trimmed off one-half inch the level of the head. Kohlrabi should be of medi- um free from cracks and fc-rts. leaves form inches STILl A GOOD STOCK AVAILABLE TREES und SHRUBS In Container! Plunt Anytimfi Planl pel and nil. PIEASE IIOTE1 MEW SUMMER HOURS 1J Moon- pm 7.00 a.m p m. Monday cind FrMay ftvoninfj! until 9.00 p.nl, CiOSED WEDNESDAYS AMD SUNDAYS Lucombe Nurseries Ltd. 5 Milii ni lilMiriHrji on Ho. 3 PHONE 345-4633 NONALD It. BItAN'N I r-nvy ihftin, join Ihem. csn nasily he (his to fun. Why envy fhic yachting when ymi am Ix-cornn n sailor yoursMf? A pfjltcrn tolls IKJW to huiUJ a can or n don't person. V.hat'.s more, you an expensive and cumber- some trailer lo carry il to the shore, or lo your vacation Highly portable, the sail and roa .t to y'.u ,lo wind I in ;i roinpl'-l'l'.1 rlav IIP oil Ibis srrx.ler whisper in a raft, for a glorious .'.un trm. V.hen tm: slightf-st however, make like a sailor and pit your v.its and skill against the cle- i'Ii at, hornr. r.n a .small j 11. j-. nn Ury? H j. I Skylark Fresh, also Hamburfler Buns.................... Pkg. of er 12-fl. OI- Zippy. Also Hot Dog or Hamburg Bel Air Frozen Contonlrato. Pink or Regular at. tin 3-oi. net wl. pkg. Baked Skylark Enriched While or Brown Sliced 20-oz. loaf n Choice................. 10-fl. 01 B.C. Conadti No. I Grcido rrosli Grade. 15 caso D.B.O. Canrnltj Choice, Canada Good Beef Prepared for easy ccirvmy. Oven rotiit or Gtirboque. Ccinotlo Choite Canada Gootl Beef Olympic or WoodAeros Brandi. Rincnoss PRICES EFFECTIVE IN LETHBRIDGE AUG. 4 WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO UMIT QUANTITIES. space? f 101 i.ses M1 ill i e ra I >ac rs uudtir them arc sometimes troubled excessive moisture id its nttnndnnL evils. V'upor arising from HIP ground moves into Ihc hfiu.se or rnmlciiM's in (lit? on cold trills and joist eixln in e.xsictlv tin! snmc way lliai moist air ci'iulcnse.s nn cooler window Condensation under the boase can be prevented one of two ways, Otic is to provide cross ventilation for nil parts of tlie cruvrt .space by openings in the fnniKlalioiui or skirting on pn.sitc siclr.s of the buildings, hesl the comers. For most houses, (lie formula of 1 squnrr- foot for eiu-li 25 linear EccL o[ wall is .sufficient. If tho vents linve grills in them, count only tlie area of the actual openings. If llu1 vcnls have louvres, they should be twice as large, 01 if both louvres and 10-mesl .screen. Uirec limes us IKS formula calls for. screen commonly bcccmo dodged with paint, dirt, am cobwebs; it is better to use U-inch mesh, which keeps on radon 1s. Keep ojwn winter, with such insulation o p i pes and f ioors a s ma y I needed for protcclion fron cold. It Ls only on Ihc more mois sites that so iruich ventilation i: needed for occupied houses When houses are not occupies and not heated during tlie win condensation may occur o 11 floor members instead c limited lo those near th outside. The sornnd way to prcvr condensation i.s to place vapor-resistant cover over U d in Hie crawl This a 1 iLs source moisturo vapor that causes t) .sweating, and makes it to use smaller venl.s or close most or all of the vcn during the cold weather wit out bringing on decay. Smooth-surf need roll roofi weighing 55 pounds or mo per roll of 103 square feet has been used success fully under m a ny houses. Roll on t the roofing with a 2-inch lap at tbe edges. Other vapcr barrier materials, such as 5-mil poly- ethylene, may he ii.sed in this way. Soil cover under basement- .ess houses also decreases the likelihood of moi.'iture conden- sation in winter in nttics ajid possible subsequent decay. Proper use of wood fillers V.'ood fillers are used on ash, chestnut, elm, hickory, mahogany, oak, rose- walnut. They generally arc not used on cedar, Eir, licmlock, ba-sswood, pine, spruce, poplar, cypress, gurn, birch, maple, vrillo'.v, beech and sycamore. unrig 10 [t. ,'nul if fjnrly flirs ;i in a I i Klif, ft' Filir] R lot Of typo of hull is up-proof. No Sfiftriai trml.s or i'- if you follow moth- rxl r.f conslnKtion, fvasy ri n n learns how to wsil or a Ir.l of K-A-inuning. Th ccnlcrhoard ;uifl rivftr.sizc dor make it highly Sincr il i-arrios .'is innrh it ran possibly -.Ujif-nrl. n of a orrk-r for Sail Tra You To Sail Or Swirn I'attorn No. 2W fo Carpentry DopL, The IxilhbridKC llt-ralrl, P.O. Poslal Station Trironl Ontario. ;