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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, August 13, 1971 HOME OF THE WEEK i New design patio beats heat trap GROUND 2.02.2. Privacy is the key note of this I'.i storey [our bedroom luxury home. Theve is an at-; tractive suite cl bedroom, priv- ate bathroom and sitting room with fireplace at one end. The j spacious living room, also with i fireplace, lias a wide picture j window lacing front, and a beautiful wall of glass with French doors overlooking the i enclosed porch at Ihe rear. The powder room is be-: tween the foyer and dining j room, where you will lind a window seat under the full big front window. The centre hall leads directly to the kitchen) and breakfast nook and from there to the porch, n nice touch at Bar-B-Q time. The room at the rear can be used in any number of ways T.V., util- ity, den, or bedroom; it lias a bathroom with shower HOMOGRAF CO. OF CANADA 40 JARVIS ST. at KING EAST TORONTO 1, ONTAKIO Please send me further details about how to obtain standard builder blueprints for Design No. 72 Or enclosed please find Sl.OO (plus 25 cents for hand- ling and mailing) for which send me the new Design Book entitled "Fourth and Country Homes Designed For Canadians." An additional 18- page book of duplex and multiple income home des- igns is available at 50c tax free. NAME ADDRESS (Leth.) beside it. Upstairs there are i the answer they are every- large bedrooms and a where The laundry, utilities two very full bathroom. For the home- owner who has never had enough closets, this house is and fruit room are in the base- ment, and plans provide for a two car garage if you wish. By DONALD II. BRANN If you want to improve your way of living, your outlook, and your image as seen by your friends, try something new, something you can excel in. There is nothing like car- pentry to soothe the nerves, buov up the spirits, 2nd slretch the "budget. When you build something that improves your family's living pattern, while it shows you a better way to in- vest spare time, you create a memorable experience, plus a carefree time zone. Learning where and how to find peace of mind in this hectic world is vitally important to each ol us. Those who long for a cool, quiet place to relax during the hot summer months, a place to dine and entertain out-of-doors, this build-it-yourself patio pro- vides the perfect answer. Any- one who enjoys outdoor living will 'hd this easy-to-bnkl pa- tio an attractive solnlion to his problem. When built according to step- by-step directions outlined in the home improvement book offered below, this patio pro- vides a cool, convenient, dec- orative and livable area that serves many needs while it i keens adjacent rooms degrees cwler. Unlike many Iranslu- i cent plastic-roofed areas, the secret to this patio is in an j ingenious air vent that main- tains free flow of air even on the calmest day. Directions assume you have never built a patio, and explain every step from selecting a site, reproducing a plan if same is required by local building codes, excavating foundation trenches, pouring a concrete slab, laying flagstone, framing rafters, and covering wilh translucent plastic panels. Kven those who have not used a hammer and saw since high school days arc surprised to see how easily and nrofes- sionally they can huild this pa- tio at much less than half the lowest estimated contract cost. This book enables you to save three ways. You save when you know what needs to be done, and if you decide to have the work done by others, you are able to talk intelligent- ly when discussing construc- tion with a contractor. You save when you buy materials needed. Direclions explain how to estimate the exact amounl required to build your patio to size desired. You save addi tional money if you decide to help an experienced carpen- ter. Send S2.25 in cash, cheque or money order for Patio Book No. C31 to Ca.rpcnt.rv Dent., j The Lelhbridge Herald. P.O. i Box 806, Adelaide St. P.O., To- ronto 1, Ont. Editor's Note The Her- ald docs not handle these blueprints ami it is necessary to send rcnufsls for them to the above address in Toronto. Please write tlic address as printed. (Copyright 1971. Torlon Star Syndicate) YOUR GARDEN By Isabelle R. Young, F.R.H.S. 'Tailor' concrete to needs of job One of the benefits of using stiff and there is no water I n Y OF I an attractive, glossy- green, i Ihe ground, work in some T T! v OF The Vailov This beautiful perennial is peat moss and a complete gar- k L-P erar-eful of propagated from "pips" or un-! den fertilizer, using according hitf hol.h-ined fra lerground rootstocks in the! to directions. Shake off the soil small, white, bell-shaped. Ird' d[ jdj the: from the old plants and care- ifralter3 Te pints' before 'they mate too fully separate the matted variety, but it is_ialner rare, jn August clumps into singlc stems (pips) ready mixed concrete for build- ing home improvements is that sheen on the surface. ___ If vou want a smooth, dense, easy-lo-clcan surface but one you can finish it to match Ihe whjch may wnen requirements of the job, ac- cording to the Portland Cement Association. and most seed and nursery out- lets do not seem to earn- when the plants become semi- For a superior gl'ound cover in dorrnanl. The "pips" may also shady locations it is ideal. It I be obtained from seed stores makes an excellent pot plant I nurseries, for 'he home or greenhouse, is When digging the plants up, lovely as a cut flower by itself! do not let dry a pro- or in arrangements, and is, teclive covering or sprinkle used in corsages. The foliage is with the hose. When digging Take precautions to defeat rust By MR. FIX Rust can be removed but it b an easier condition to pre- sent. Rust or corrosion is a chemical reaction. It comes about when metal and some other element come in contact. Air, water or another metal Sand the rusty spols, drive the nail heads Iwlow the sur- face of the wood, cover with putty and apply extra paint. items that arc left Inwn furniture, toys, for- gotten garden tools. If nisi has selecting the largest and strongest to replant, trimming the ends of the roots. Set these about 2'i inches deep. They may left in the same bed, undisturbed, for years. How- ever, when the flowers become small, it is then time to dig up and divide. People with small children or pets should, perhaps, avoid growing Lily-of-the-Valley as it is poisonous, unless you can find a spot where it will not bother anyone. For growing indoors for a de- lightful scent, forcing pips are planted in a 5-6 inch deep con- tainer in sandy loam or peat moss with the tip of the crown 1 inch above soil level. Pips for indoor forcing have been given special treatment by For flat work like driveways or patios, use a wood or metal bull float immediately after the fresh concrete is in place and struck off. This eliminates air pockets ard stony places on the surface. For most concrete Miricicu. i IM iiiu.ii. vtM V mm: 10 arounr' Ihe home, bull floating fa'r vertically formed con- is all that is necessary since cl-etc. if ihere arc objection- you want Hie concrclc to have I "fins" or form marks, re- Take a good look at mclal holding in cold storage and kept dormant at about 28 degree F. These will also grow in water and pebbles, without After potting up or sefling :'pips" in water and peh can singly or together cause i formed on a painled surface, corrosion. sand down to Ihe bare metal, Ihe r-.. Keep that in mind and you prime with a rust preventativc I bles, cover the container wilh have the basis for prevention. paint and finish with enamel. a box or something lo keep the Remember lhat some items Best way lo protect such! Planting in s c m i-darkness. wax. Use auto ip a temperature of fa some are more susceptible to corro- way is wilh sion than others. Iron, for i since it is designed lo with- cxample, will corrode where al-! stand weathering, uminum will not. Items that you mav think rust easily should be inspected corrosion lint they are Holding do w n moisture the best way lo prevent cor- lhat metal safe from they are mil. often. If you fiiil lo laid- precau- tions don't be surprised when a seldom-used loo! is rusty or when rust stains spoil a paint job. Inspect hoi.'.sc gutters fre- quently and look for yellow stains. Joints and edges arc where rusting will start. Scrape clean at the first sign and paint with rust prcventa-i live paint. If rusting i.s a regular prob- lem check to sec that gal- vanized nails were used lor gal- vanized pullers and downspouts and aluminum nails for fhoso made of aluminum. Never mix metals. If ordinary iron or steel nnils were I'.scd lo install the siding on your house Ihis is likely lo lie the cause of rust slains that hired through Iho paint. Since it is loo late lo use nlumimim or ro.-lod nails you ly iin> 3 the air lhat grts will have In cure this problem will cause faster corroding, another way. I (Newspaper Enterprise Assn.) rosion. There should be plonly of ventilation. Dehumidi- ficrs used during humid weath- er will wring water out of the air. Exhaust fans in kitchen and bathroom will vent mois- Lure-laden air In Ihe ouldoors. Apply a light film of oil lo tools. Especially check appli- ances in Lhe basement. Inspect scams, areas close lo the floor. Sanding, priming and painting are in order if you find rust spots. Look for porcelain touch- up paint at your dealer's for Ihis. The spigot nf the bottom of your water healer is Ihere In prevent corrosion. Drain a pail or two of water every monlh, slop when Ihe water runs clear. Ne-'er drain thn tank complolc- degrees F. Water every day if required, spraving the leaves occasionally. When to inches high (afler about two weeks) bring lo the light grad- ually and then finally lo full sunlight in a lempcraliire of 70 degrees F. Water freely. Blooming should commence in alxml three to four weeks from lime of planting. Once these "pips" have been forced for in- door blooming, they are of no use again cither for forcing or in the garden. Mr. N. The leaves on some of my cauliflower turned vet low and Ihen curled and died The plants seemed to slay quile small and did not get nice and large as they usually have. What is the cause? Ans. This sounds like fn- sarium yellows and not much can be done except to pull out infeclcd planls. Keep down weeds and water nnd ferlilizc healthy plants lo keep them growing vigorously. Try grow- ing in a different place next year and plant resistant varie tics such us "Early Snowball." wet finish the concrete with a sleel (rowel after hand float- ing. Wait until Ihe concrete has hardened sufficiently. Trow- eling too early or loo much brings up excess fine maleria which can cause scaling or dusting and weaken the wear- ing surface. Very little finishing is need- a gritty nonstip finish Paved yards can be given a broomed surface to make them more slin-proof. You can pro- duce such a surface by draw- ing a s t i f f-bristled broom across the concrete before it has hardened, but wait for the water sheen to disappear. For sidewalks, use a wood hand float, but delay unlil the concrete is quile, tooling. move them by chipping or tool- ing and rubbing with a car- borundum stone. "Honeycombed'1 spots can he chinped out lo solid concrete and patched bv working in a stiff mcrtar with a wood float Use 1 part cement and 3 parLs fine sand. Finish the patch to matc'i the surrounding con- crete by floating, rubbing, or GET RIGHT CONCRETE MIX No mailer how large or small your concrete project is, your ready mix supplier will be able lo recommend the righl concrete mix to use and lo help you estimate your needs. Portland Cement Association reminds you that careful planning so lhat you hove Ihe proper equipment and enough help on hand will make the job much easier. Eaton's Homefurnishings sale Continues Saturday with additional outstanding specials Recheck your Eaton Homefurnishings Sale Flier. Deluxe Easy Fold-Away Ping Pong Table 5' X 9', Dupan playing surface wilh green finish, 2" Dupan apron. Four ccnlre 1" legs wilh chrome. Tubular frame has swivel casters for easy slorage. 4 chrome legs at each corner arc folding style. One side of lable folds up so one person can play Net holder F ifti99 included. While marking lines on SjfcJ surface. Sale, each W PING PONG TABtE: 5' x 9', consists of two tables wilh x 5' widlh. Each table can be used as utility tables. Fasten logelher with metal lock when playing table tennis, apron 1" lubular sleel frame. Legs can be folded comp- 3a" Dupan playing surface wilh green finish 2" Dupan aclly for slorage. While marking lines on surface. Sale, each TABLE TENNIS SET: Four players. Wilh rules and inslructions. Saic TABtE TENNIS SET: Two players. Sale ).99 3.33 1.66 Snooker Table and Accessories Regulation size green wool cloth, hardwood frame. Set of 22-2" balls, 2-52" cues, 2 chalk hold- ers with chalk, triangle, cue rest, QQ instructions. Sale Set of 22-2" snooker balls Sale 24.99 Pool balls Sale 24.99 48" cues Sale 3.99 52" cues Sale 4.99 Toys and Games, tower Floor Teco -Purpose Fertilizer Sale, 40-lb. bag 3 .89 Long-lasting, quick-acting, non-burning. 40 Ibs. covers approx. sq. fl. 10-6-4 Formula; Lawn food. Garden Shop, Lower Floor Carefree Ozite Carpets Ozile, the spectacular Veclra Olefin fibre that's as carefree as carpet- ing can be. Takes hard wear and soiling-cleans like new. Odorless and non- allergenic. Just snip and fit; lies flat and edges won't unravel. Save nowl ;rg 'Duravel' Reg. 3.49 Indoor-outdoor. 6' and 12' widths. Solids. SALE, sq. yd............................ 'Duratex' Reg. 4.50. Indoor only, foamback. 6' and 12'. Solids. SAtE, sq. yd................................. 'Val-AIre' Reg. 5.45. Indoor only, foamback. 6' and 12' Solids. SAtE, sq. yd.................................. 'Town 'n Terrace' Reg. 6.45. Indoor-outdoor. 3', 6', 9', 12' widths. Solids. SAtE, sq. yd.................................. 'Thatch, Carol Court, or Style Trend' Reg. 7.95. Indoor palterns, foam back. 6' and 12'. SAtE, sq. yd.................................. 'Futuristic' Reg. 9.45. Indoor pattern, foamback. 12' width. SALE, sq. yd................................. 3-98 ,58 .49 .77 .04 GlendaEe Rugs Plush pile kodel end viscose scatter rugs with a luxurious look and feel. Latex backed lo prevent slipping fringed ends, machine washable. Decorator colours unmatched for depth and clarity. Sizes: Reg. 5.50. Sale, each Reg. 8.50. Sale, each Reg. 12.50. Sale, each 4.89 7.49 10.99 "Captain Way" Nylon Shag New shag, made in B.C., in up-to-date colours. Long nylon fibres for luxurious shaggy appearance and a long useful life. Install this broadloom wall-to-wall al low cost. Exclusive lo Colon's. Heal set nylon, crushing no prob- lem. Double jute backing, use in all traffic aieas. Two lone colours suited for western tastes. Colours: Sca'n Sky. Hearth Side, Military Gold. Marihmallow, Rain Forest, English Violets, Green Gage, Bronze. Width appioximalely QQ 12 fl. Reg. 8.50. SALE, sq. yd................................. U High Style Nylon Area Rugs 100% nylon, thickly fringed ends, double jute backing. Offers the depth ond luxury never before possible at Ihis price. High style is crush resistant, (ado resistant, mothproof and non allergenic. Colours: Golden Moss, Shimmering Pea- cock, Orange, Holly Bright, Polished Brass. Sizes: 4'x6'. Reg. 35.50. Sale, each 27.99 6'x9'. Reg. 69.50. Sale, each 56.99 9'xl2'. Reg. 125.00. Sale, each................. 1 06.99 Floor Coverings, Second Floor Shop Eaton's Tonight Until 9 and Saturday 9 to Buy Line 328-8811 ;