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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE LETHBRIDCE HERAID Friday, Augusl 37, 1971 HOME OF THE WEEK Tliis week's feature home is an outstanding one and one-half storev design with a room lay- out prodding real The from entry hall is protected by a divp porch cm! prov.ni.-s easy access to all major areas of "the ground floor. Upstairs arc extra large bedrooms, each wiih its own full bathroom. Downstairs there is another bedroom with scpanjc, washroom, plus a full room. The spacious study has tivo large i-teets and cm'ld be used as an extra bedroom ii llccc-'-saiT. A large modern kitchen, sep- arate dining room and huge living room complete the down- stairs area. There is a protected Ic-rracc beliir.cl the iwu-car garage. ConiU-uclion is brick veneer but details icr building in frame are included en the plans. The design is s-uilablc for any lype of heating. ____ Ladder handling ft.'fp r n By ladder for eai'o.s up lo feel; 22-focl ladder for u': 13 feat; 24-foot ladder for lll'.a il foot of the ladder should ha ilislnnco from Iho boric Ihcl height. is abouL one-fourth I'nlcss you to hire some one In paint your house, wash your windows, clean out Ihe gut- ters, pul rp screens (or any one of Ihcse Mien you will have lo learn lo use a ladder. And if you plan lo do all or most of IhL'jp jobs yourself, lhan you should own a ladder of your own. Don't huv a brrgain ladder. A gocd ladder will last all your life. A bad ono will shorten Hung unless you krow how to your life. Get a ladder lhal is long enough but nol loo long. Ex- Ycu move When you set up a ladder, the shall (fiance by you tr your shoes are nol. wet, rufil- (iy Do not climb a ia a strong wind. Keep i the ladder on level il few fc.L ill', li" yen have go lop iuui. If there is an irrcgular- and ono leg d'jcsn'L hi rehearsal Ch'C television's major opera production L! Puccini's La lion- dine, starring Teresa Stralas, Thus if Ihe distance from Ihc or eaves lo the ground i'; "2 yize Ihcn base of Ihe ladder should be about il feel the A ladder can be an uuwicldv from to its ne'.v hc.ainn. J.-ddir inUi ichcarsal at CHC To- avoid wobble by j ranto Thursday. The opera will a bciird under it. hr be Siing in English, though rc- tidc.- unsteady silualion h.avc a laimir; Kalian lillc. it will lally rfcor.d person brace Ihe ladder, j be by Emmy Award or.c hand on Ihc ladder winner Iv'ormau Campbell, for Face vhilo Never Iry ice.ch loo far. nest season. id- j is one of Puc- lension ladders allow you In work at a variety of heights. An extension ladder consists of two ladders with brackets that keep them together and special locks hold them at a variety of heights. The working height of a lad- der is ahout three feet less than its length, allowing for an ex- tension above Ihe caves. And because the ladder is set up at iin angle you will need a ladder ct ler.st seven feet higher then the height to the caves of your house. Here are il. You eon r.-'iso a hol- der alone by walking il into an I'.pripjil position. This is done ll AnIaMu awarded (JTV 11 im festival by first laying Ihc ladder on the: ground with its base btuted _ against Ihe base of the wail, i i' The ladder shoi'ld oxlend ;.t bf the i At Lbi3 recent Inter- In Ihc fashion caie- eini's lesser operas, CBL'-TV's will bring il lo a television audi- I cncc for Ihc first time. Under a opera agreement with Ihe BBC in Driiain, antl Ethical ion Television in the United Slales, il will also c seen in [hose two countries. rung and raise it shoulder high. Walk the house grasp- ing succeeding rungs as you get closer and raise the l.idu'cr higher. When the ladder is all the way up and vertical, pull the base oi'i at an Lowering the ladder is the re- verse of Ihis process When using an extension hid Atlanta, Ca., Jiir.e "li, UK- The looked tin CTV Television NeUvrrk was piobablc shape of fashions in awarded UK-CC medals Iwo Ihe next decades, gold antl a bi'oaze. A third medal a bronze. A goltl medal went to The went lo .lourney Into Summer, CTV Hobcl Leiter- pTociuclion. Directed bv I ulcd lor telecast next January 12 (1072) Early Years, Ihe firs! in tnc series The Human Jcur- ncy, which CTV produced Hy- cially for the London Life In- siivanee Company. T'-.is Peter Thurliug, this hour long a nalural his- Lawyer sons Hiury Morgan, who stars with Robert Crnrad and Julie Col.-b in new 'The D.A." se- 1: lorv of A m erica and a com-: on NT.C-TV this recommended lengths: a 16-foot der at its minimum in "1C n'f the complete inter- 0 _ relationship of all living things. living space Faruon spei is sold lo N Tlic Music o( Robert Kamon. a CT5CTV one-hour color spe- cial first telecast on the r.el-, work in February. 1970, has been sold to Ihe New Zealand Broadcasting Corporation. i The she.-.' features the inter-' nationally-Known musician who led Canada Iwo decades ago lo live and gain fame in England. This i." the second foreign sale oi this CBC program: it was purchased in April, 1970, by the BBC in Britain. 1 I ___ ___________________________________ !'U I co. or CANADA 40 .I.UIVIS ST. at KING EAST TORONTO 1, ONTA1UO Please send me further derails about how lo obtain standard builder Mucprinls tor Design No. 480 Or enclosed pleas-, find SI.00 (plus cents for hand- ling and maili'.ia'i for which send me Ihc new Design Book "Fourth and Country Homes Designed Tor Canadians." additional 18- page hook of duplex and multiple income home des- igns is available al 50c tax free. NAME ,VDDHESS (Lcth.) fare category. A second Gold Medal wen! The mala] was awarded in the to an episode in the CTV Ecology and Conservation cal- inenlary scries Here Come The CL'ory proud of the fact thai or.c son graduated this year from UCLA Law SL-hool and a sec- or.tl son is in his third year at Ihe same law school. shingles and sheathing. cut ralters to niglc required, Not so long ago, when a fam- ily outgrew their home, just picked up end moved. Now- j Edays, because of inflated mov- .Scud S2.23 in cash, cheque or ing costs, short supply of ade- 1 moncy onjcl. for book No. 603 quale housing units, smart fam- 1 _HOW (n Build a Dormer lo ilics conquer spacu by convert- i Lethbridge Herald, P.O. Box ing allies, basemcr.x himdiiig i uoc. Adelaide El. P.O. Tornnlo. i dormers or adding rooms. i Or.lario. Send SI addiliorel for YOUR GARDEN By Isabelle R. Young, F.R.H.S. GLOXINIAS may also be started from seed and leaves. ution o[ 1 tbsp. sugar. A dormer provides an inex- pensive way lo add needed head room lo a low roof. When one or both sides of a roof are "lifted" with a dormer, a valu- able living space can be added S at relatively small cost. A new Sy hook row tells all. By knowing J S what needs lo IK done, by be- ing able to accurately estimate is 1 materials required, ail the mys- I cry usually associated with a ibsps. job of is catalogue illuslratirg 300 other] build-il-yonrseif projccls. DOUG MILLER by Taber-Warner Social Credit Constituency Association Gloxinias arc very bcaumul, lllc al-e slartcd house plants with funnel-shaped m jn shallow flats flowers on stout stems, six inch- arc and vinegar to one qt water (plus ,hc whc slartcd Isp. of iqtiid or longer, coming in many glorious colors from white to rose, crimson and purple. Some u-e sell-colored, olhers arc -dged or spotted with harmon- or contrasting colors. ____ arc single and double strains which are really out- standing. The blooming period of gloxinias is from May to Ihe are izing There ed with finely siflcd compost, consisting of equal parts of peat moss loam and sand. The soil J is moistened by placing the pan NOTE: All questions should he senl nilli self artilrpsscd- stamped, eiuclopp In Mi's. I. K. Yming. 3G2II Centre H. SI. N.W.. Calgary 13. Dur i'J Ihe milliner of letters asking leptd waler and after Ihc j mm.K qucslion it is surplus water has drained off. the seeds are sown on the sur- face. Barely cover with the compost and Ihen place a piece of glass over Ihe pan or flat. end of August. They are not covered with pap- As f have had several in- er or kept in the dark as the quiries regarding gloxinias 1 j seeds germinate more freely Ihoughl it might be appropriate j whcn exposed to the light (nol to wTite a complete article on strong sunhghO. requested i" future enquiries lhal only ONE question he subinitk-il cacli lime as it is iuipossilile for Mrs. Young and (In her praclir.il gardrn- lo reitly to all correspondence ing .is well. spends ;-n hour or two reading easy to follow directions gels a clear picture of every step of e'lastruclion. This permits him lo talk like a pro when dis- cussing costs with a carpenler cr contractor, helps obtain an estimate closer to the true value of the job. The book assumes the reader knows nothing about doing tlus kind of work and cjiplains every how to lay out and lo- cate a dormer, how to build front wall frame, how lo rc- this particular plant. Always buy firm, plump tubers (some- times in These are started the same as tuberous begonias, i.i Hals. Be sure concave d-pressed and leave the the side is up :rown just As soon as the seedlings have germinated the glass is re- moved and when the second pair of leaves have developed the plants arc potted individual- ly inlo 214 inch pots. Gloxin- easy to You give it all you've got Molson Golden gives you all the good, smooth taste you deserve. It's the beer everyone enjoys. So get together... for a Molson Golden. By DONALD Tl. BRANN I ceramic tile on Once upon a lime a home- tiles on floors, walls, mosaic new B4 page showing. Do not get any water the hollow. Keep in a temper- ature of 65 degrees F. When the sprouts have grown about but one shoot as this will give -n from seed w.U b.oom ow.er who w.nted .ceramic file in approximately six lo seven months. in a bathroom or kitchen called in skilled workmen, got an esti- After the plants have finished mate> and either fainted dead guage everyone can readily fol- low. Directions cover i blooming thev should be dried away, or, i a" i off slowlv bv watering until the could afford it. had n-A In, nvTn every i tiling 5 cr inch pot. depending on the size of the tuber, using a I good mixture of soil similar to. African violet mix as bath these plants are from similar fami- lies. A good mixture could con- sist of and T i lakcn free in peat m ai'e lours lo Rhodesia arc now dropped veil rotted leaf mold good loam. These plants (jf ,he sojl should be of an inch lielow Ihe run of Hie pot lo allow space for watering. The soil should be kept moist but not water logged. The leaves should nol be al- lowed to have am water on j them and they must be. shcllcr- o[ soil antl ''cars-" These replace broken antl loose tiles ird san'l spacers butt against each in b.-.lhvecms. etc. Pc'-liD- V olKa' ancl Provide a perfect Send in cash, cheque or rn1 ore J''-'nL even .vml 'inve money ortler lor Ceramic Tile J' if i Hi'ver lile. After setting the Book So. BCfi to The Lethbritlgc first along a level line.! Horrid, P.O. Box DOT., Adelaide the spar-trs work like magic' SI. P.O., Toronto, Ontario. Send antl simplify tiling walls in very SI additional for catalogue ilhis- litlle lime. (rating over other build-it- To fr-rlher simplify installing'yourself projccls. m puUing When nicely rooted, the tubers set with their tops level line announced. An Air Canada spokesman said the package tonrs were flower buds are forming a weak J solution of liquid fertilizer is applied twice a week. As soon Ihc flowers start opening. I sold an agreement con- continuc ,iml eluded eight mcnths ago ,llmos. with Soutr. African Airways, j to ]ov_ has (itlicc in lor-mlo. They were being dropped on grounds lhal the inclusion of Rhodesia violated li( us economic sanctions against lhat connliT. "We're not going lo sell them Mrs. 1 like to enl roses and bring them inlo the house, j bul Ihcy only seem lo lasl for a flay or two at the most and then arc willed. Is (here some m.lil Ihe Itlicdesian portion is way I could make them last Ihe .spokesman longer.' said. "If South African Airways wanls lo redo (lie lour and cut oi.t travel to Rhodesia, we'll re- consider." AN'S'WKll: After u u i n K. ill warm waler and mi in a cool place, onl of draughts, unlil the water comes lo room lempcralure. then put in a sol- ;