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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 1J> THI LETHBKIDCE HERALD Friday, August II, 1772 HOME OF THE WEEK The modern version of Ilia Southern colonial Is probably the most popular home style in Can ad a. Shut Icrcd windows small p.incs particularly reflect the charm of the ile- iign. This homo is not too largo as two storey homes go, but it hns four good bedrooms, ono and one half bathrooms and Hie trnditioLi.il centre hull plan that lias never been fur the daily living areas of hoim1. The living room is mul its CHtrances and [our win- dows allow for separating llio rear per11 ion by Mime form of divider to form a study or a T.V. room. Allernatively, full basemen! has plenty of space for recreation and T.V. rooms and, on a lot sloping to the rear, Inrcer wimJmvs and even a floor to r n re as en n be provided. The centre ball phui gives straight access to the tilchen from both entrances. Many homeimikcrs still prefer a separate dining room, this plan has the (lining room lo- cated in Hie front with a bow v. inflow. vrkidi balances the one in the living room. By re- locating the chimney a fire- place could he built in the liv- ing room. Design 74-1070 Homograf Home Planning Service 40 JARVIS ST., TORONTO, ONTARIO for handling and mall- "Suburban and Counlry ullipl I pnclojc 51-00 fplui 75 cenli ingi for the fourth edition of I rndoie 50 cent? (plus 15 for mailing for ihe book of duplex and i designs. Please send free brochure showing sample the Week" designs and olhcr design books PI rase send an order form so lhaf I r builder's plans for I KG design shown abov ig and homo "Home ol available. YOUR GARDEN By Isabella R. Young, F.R.H.S. cf, it.s shwin. Whrn Ibis thn lops fall ttat- urnlly. Some people fry to forcn maUi'rity by tramping down the Thry stnp STOiU'Nfi ONIONS require a grow- reason, good f c rt.i lily of soil and lots of hot, dry weather. They must also he tops, but this In cncuur thinned out 'finally to stand age 'neck rot1 disease, result- about rix inches apart to allowing heavy losses during for proper rievr.lnpment. If 1 lie'aye. the IT aro onn or two weal her awl nil other coivii- i plants th.nl rln rol Inpple over. tiorw haws hrfii ideal, IV ni'ion iymi tan carefully bend them bulbs will si.irt about -inr) Mm (ol- is In color third nol ami shrivelled ttiat they ere to be Hftod. Build your own cabin Tlio 'neck rot' disease usual- ly causes a soft rolling of the tissues below the neck, hut may also cause rot or other parts of the bulb. It shows up mostly aftor the onions have been in storage some time, It m a l.so ex-mi r i ri damp or m i ny woaUior. which favors this con- dition, we certainty had nl of it. this year. Rn careful when lifting onions not lo dam- %r, them in any way. They ere >csl dug (not tn pre- vent breakage of roots and tops fo help avoid 'neck rot', I. j'se early maturing hybrid vnr clies, which have small necks 2. Do not harvest in wet wcath cr, if at all possible. 3. [.cave onion lops on when curing. 4 Store under proper conrlitions. The continuation of the ripen nf! process, after harvesting, i-s quile Important. There are dif fcrent ways of doing this. You can lie the onions in bunches and them in full sun, or just lay tberr. on the ground to If the weather shoulrl be Proper hanging devices lly ANDV LANG Fastening lo solid masonry, faster or wallboard presents :noro of a problem than ham- mering a null or driving a screw into wood. But the task cnn be eased considerably by using one of Hie many fasten- ing devices on the market. The principle for making an attachment to a hollow wall, whether it be made of plaster, gypsum bonrrt or anything else which isn't fairly thick, is the use of a fastener that spreads after it has been In- serted. When this occurs, the spreading portion clings to the back of the wall, locking it in plpce, There nre several variations of this tyjxj of fastener. In most cases, once the fastener is iu the wall the bolt or screw that fits inlo it can be removed, thus permitting the shelf, fixture or oilier object to be installed at any time. In others, such as when using the toggle bolt, the bolt por- tion must be kept in place or the fastener will lose its grip ami fall Ijchind the wall. However, the toggle bolt usually will hold heavier loads than other kinds o[ hollow- wall fasteners. While all these devices come id different si7.es to handle different weights, it must always be kept in mind that no fastener is stronger than ttie wall itself. When some- tiling extremely heavy is to be bung, therefore, it is recom- mended that the attachment lw made tn studs rather than the wall. Anrl when some- hing light is lo used, small iber or plastic sleeves will do he job. They do not open be- hind the wall, but expand and the wall when screws are nsertcd Into them. Fastening to solid masonry "Ctjuires a bit more muscle, linen a hole must be made in .he masonry to support, a hol- low shield f lube of metal, plastic or filler. The Ixst way to nakr> this hole, which miLsl be large enough for insertion of Hie shield, is with a car- bide-tipped bit in a portable weekend or wil' find the pattern offered, be- low the mast economical swer to this problem. Construc- lion of the illustraled paper shape required. The cabin is an excellent. sign, one meets all build dry. wet, you might have to hang them in the greenhouse, or a well ventilated room on slatted shelves. When the foliage j.s completely dry the onions may be roped or braided, etc. Onions that are in perfect con- dition vi II keep six to seven months in storage, depending on variety, temperature f should he around to cfe- F. Onioas freeze at no d rces V They may he fin- ally stored in net or on .slat trays the tops arc cnrnplelelv rlrird ard removed. electric drill. Unless a special bit is used, the masonry will quickly dull the bit, entirely aside from Lbc fact that little process will be nuulc1. If you tlo not hnvn n electric drill. Ihe hole can be made by using called a star bit, which is placed against the wall and then hit with a hammer. The bit is turned slightly before each new hammer blow. After the hole has been made, the shield is insetted into it. A bolt or screw is then placed through a drilled hole in the fixture, put over the shield and driven into place. This driving action expands the shield so that it tightly grips ihe of the hole in the masonry. There arc many variations of the shield for so look over the var- ious types before making a se- lection. If irt doubt, ask tlie dealer to help you make a choice after explaining exactly what kind cf installation you are planning. has been simplified, yrm can cut all framing in a basement c a b i n s follov; this quality of huildin.ff F.itr- on v, By it thtmsel usually the using the of materials ax ;i Ijcst. shopping guifift and isuyimj only i Send clioque fir money what you for t order for fiuilr! Your Own Vn- v.firk, yrjii can build the trahin I coition Cabin, F'aUern No. ing 'codes. While t'cv: vacation j Don't forget the Calgary Hor- f'culturM Societv Show on Mon- in your cost than yoi i firnc at far irnnj Start by huilrlirig a shell, four f.'a rpen I TV bridge Kerftltf. I'.O. f'ostal Station Toronto, Ontario. Kililor's .Vole The Hrr- nfit hanrllc f a then improve it while iOi being used. All are st ock.j blunprints anri It is ncc-r-ssary readily available at lumber j to send miiuists (o To further simplify coiv ihft ahovp nifrlrc-vs in Toronto. stryc.-tion, all nnfjU: cuts on raft- ers, tfaMe studs, ftc--. arc cut to ivritft tlirr arldress as prinlfil. STILL A GOOD STOCK AVAILABLE TREES and SHRUBS In Containers PI on I Anytimo Plant pot and all. PIEASE NOTE! NEW SUMMER HOURS Wefikdoyi 12 Noon- p.m. Saturdays a.m. p.m. Moo and Friday evenings unfil p.m. CLOSED WEDNESDAYS AND SUNDAYS Lucombe Nurseries Lid. S MiJet fcul fit on Nr> 3 PHONE rMS-4633 fnr! August 21 2'? in 4 I'-x- liibitinn ountJs. 'Hie slujw rjopr.s at until 10 p.ro Mori- day snfl from 10 a.m. untif Tuesday. T'Vir a prizn Iksl 1 contact Mrs. F. Thompson. Avc. S.W. Calvary. There are clashes Tor Troin to olrlsters, You ran enter cut flowers, corsages, ar- African viole'.s and other pot plants, vegn- t fanning rmcl preserv- ing, Claris, dahlias, roses, f-lo. 1 TliT-re are dasw-s for j the vegetable's in oeas, eahhpffc. elc. v.ith a ly trophy for the prand T'here SIT: many ful (rophius and ribbons for all VOTK: All shrmlH hr snnt with self artrlrrssrfi- slnnipfil. rnvpjnpr I" Mrs. F. It. Yniing, .W20 Onlro Jl. SI. N.W., Calvary 4.T. DKP, to thr numhrr of Inttrrs asking morn than one it is rpqiiFi.strrl In ftituro (hat 'inly O.VM rnif-nlion hn suFiniltlfd farh time as it U Mrs. Ynini; ing Condensation in loilcL lank cold water enters a water closet tank, it may chill Ihe tnnk enough to cause con- densation on the outer surface. This can be prevented by in- sulating the tank to keep (he temperature of tha outer sur- face alxjve the dew poir-t tern- of MirrMintling air. In- jackets or lioc-rs fit insirifi the tanks ;inr! SL-J-VC to keep Ihe outer surface warm are recommended. WORLD ALMANAC FACTS The British "liner Titanic sank, with a loss of about nftcr striking an iceberg on her maiden voy- age in April, 1912, The World Almanac recalls that this tragedy aroused great public anger which led to measures promoting safety nl sear such as iceberg patrols and an increase in WooCea o o SHEET REFILLS 1000 shceli of loose loof Narrow or rule. O SPECIAL o u O O o Bobby Orr Bic Special 3 pens per pack. 1 deluxe fine I m i W Wool Assortment Choose From Red Heart, Woolco ond tody Galf. and 3 ply. SPECIAL Garden Hose Nylor> reinforced 50 ft. length. diameter. 3 ply O CR conslruoion. SPECIAL O o o u O O O Girls' Long Sleeve T-shirt tOOlo nylon. Sizes 7 lo 1 SPECIAL fc for CARRY OUT FOOD SPECIAL QUEENS DONUTS Choose ilia, Ba from Strawberry, nona or Oiocolale. ontl delicious. O SPECIAL pkgi. 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