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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Friday, August 28, 1970 HOME OF THE WEEK No. C-671-N 1586 Sq.Ft The main entrance doors nre very conveniently located, and both are well protected. In addition there is a split level Rntrance at the rear. This gl- lows for easy entrance to the basement and the main floor. A special feature is a wash- room with shower off the land- it accessible to all parts of the house and to the garden or most desir- able arrangement for outdoor living. The master bedroom has its own two piece washroom, and all bedrooms haw ample closet space. The kitchen has table space with a pleasant cor- ner window, and a floor-to-ccil- ing storage cabinet on one wall plus a U-shaped working area with overhead cabinets and a lazy susan. The arrangement of the laundry and an optional Family Room are indicated be- low. Incidentally, good natural light is obtainable in all this Collectors Catalogue Hero's more help for glass collectors. A few years ago, a society of glass fanciers in Toledo, Ohio, reprinted the Lib- bey Cut Glass catalogue of 1896 for genera! distribution. As a second enterprise, the same group has now reprinted the Amberina glass catalogues of the New England Glass Works, 1884, and Libbey's when the firm renewed making Am- berina in 1917. Both are under one cover in a 20-page booklet with original price lists in- cluded. It can be ordered from Antique and Historic Glass Foundation, P.O. Box 7413, Toledo, Ohio 43015. Price is Hobbies Popular Hobby Institute of America estimates total spending for hobby and craft kits and mer- chandise to work with them amounted to more than million last year. Figure's growth keeps pace with in- crease in leisure time. Rocket kits among models lead in pop- ularity, naturally. HOMOGHAF COMPANY OF CANADA 40 JARV1S AT KING E., TORONTO 1. ONTARIO. Please send me further details about how to obtain standard builder blueprints for Design No. C-671-N Or enclosed please find for which send me the new Design Book entitled "Second Subur- ban and Country Homes Designed For Canadians." NAME ADDRESS (Left.) Good Gutters Need Touch-Ups By ME. FIX Gutters and downspouts neec frequent touching-up with paint, more often than the house does. They also require First Golf The first written reference to the game of golf appeared in 1457, when King James II o Scotland issued an edicl against "fute-ball and golfe" because they interfered with the practice of archery, then an essential military art. HARE GEMS An idyllic bay on Ishigaki, one of the Kyukyu Islands, is the only place in the world where black gem pearls are cultivated. YOUR GARDEN By Isabella R. Young, F.R.H.S. FALL BULBS By ISABELLE R. YOUNG F.R.H.S. is nothing as re- freshing in the spring as the beautiful display put on by the tulips and daffodils, etc. with their rainbow of colors. September is the best time to plant bulbs. This gives them ample time to establish some root growth before freeze-up. In areas where the ground does not freeze until quite late in the fall, or if the weather stays mild for a longer than normal period your planting can be de- layed even up to the end of October, but remember, as stated above, when bulbs de- velop a good root system they will go through the winter in much better condition. After purchasing the bulbs they may be refrigerated from 4 to 6 weeks at about 40 degrees F. Avoid "extra ordinary bar- gains" as these bulbs are often too small to bloom the first spring. After you decide what you want, purchase your re- quirements from a reputable dealer. All bulbs require a well- drained soil. Dig some well-rot- ted manure into the bottom of the trench or holes, making sure it does not come in con- tact with the bulbs. Add some peat moss and sand if the earth is heavy. When I plant bulbs of any kind I like to put a layer of coarse sand in the bottom of the hole, which helps to pre- vent rotting of the bulb. Tulips are planted about 6 to 8 inches deep and 6 inches apart in rows, but for a more striking effect, plant the bulbs in clumps, using all the same variety and color in each clump. Set the bulbs in the bot- tom of the holes at a slight angle (which also helps to pre- vent firming the soil well both below and above. Give a little water and nature will do the rest. Do not plant any bulbs too close to founda- tions, especially those facing south and west. Daffodils and hyacinths are planted 6 to 8 inches deep and 6 to 8 inches apart according to the size, and are most effec- tive in groups. These are best planted in early September so they will be well established before the cold weather sets in. They start to sprout very early in the spring and so a covering of straw or evergreen boughs, after freeze-up, will help to prevent too early growth in the spring. To keep tulip bulbs vigorous, they should be lifted every three to four years, otherwise they become crowded and the blooms d e t.e r i o r a t e. After blooming, do not cut the foliage until it has matured and turn- ed brown. Annuals may be planted in between the tulips to hide the withered foliage. After flowering apply a light feeding of 11-48-0 or a bulb fer- tilizer. Crocuses and grape hya- cinths are planted approxi- mately 3 inches deep and are lovely in a rock garden. The blue ot the grape hyacinths is most eye-catching, growing from 6 to 8 inches and bloom- ing in May and June. Scillas have bluebell-like flowers and also grow 0 to 8 inches, bloom- ing in April and May. There are several classes and varieties of the different bulbs, which are all listed in catalogues and which are too numerous to mention in this short article. Mrs. B. When is the best time to split my daylilies? Ans. Do not divide day- lilies unless they have become If you plan to build call Pustaseri Construction Ltd. "We Specialize in Custom Built Homes" 727 8lh Street S. Phone 327-7663, 327-5905 ALEX PUSTASERI WHEN YOU BUY FOR A UFETIME-1NSIST ON THE BEST-A PUSTASERI HOME overcrowded. They can be sep- arated now or in the spring. In fact, they can be moved when in full bloom without causing any HI effects. Mr. H. When can I apply the last fertilizer on my lawn? Ans. This should be done about the middie of August. If fertilizer is applied later than this it will stimulate too much growth making it more suscep- tible to winter-kill. Keep this in mind for next year. Any questions should be sent with a self-addressed, stamped envelope to Mrs. I. R. Young, 3620 Centre B St. N.W. Calgary 43. Float Plan Sensible For Boaters Filing a "float plan" by boat- ers is a very sensible idea be- ing popularized by a leading insurance company, Marine Of- fice Appleton and Cox Corp. This is like an aircraft pilot's flight plan. Before departure, the boat skipper lists destina- tion, cruising plan, estimated time of arrival and all other data. This is left with his dock official, a relative or friend. In case of trouble, the Coast Guard or other authorities can be notified and valuable time saved in a rescue search. MAIN INGREDIENT The main component of glass is silica. regular inspection and clean- ing. Even if you do not intend to paint this fall you may find that the gutters could stand a touch-up. And if you do plan to paint, getting the gutters out of the way now will make the large job go faster later on. Take along a wire brush to get rid of debris when you climb the ladder to begin your inspection. Use a screw driver to probe rust spots for sound- ness. Aside from leaves, you will find gutters cluttered with soot and grit washed down from the roof. Don't be surprised at a bird's nest as well. With the debris out of the way you will be able to see the metal underneath. If it is sound some fresh paint is all you need. If the metal is rusted, clean and sand it before painting. Use a wire brush for the big dirt, emery cloth for the final cleanup. Before painting give the sanded area a prime coat. Some people swear by old-fash- ioned red lead. The newer rust preventative paints have the advantage of being able to be used over a thin coat of rust so long as the metal is sound. No matter what kind of prim- er you use, get rid of all large flakes of rust and all dirt. Tiny holes or cracks in tire metal should be covered with asbestos roof coating after the metal has been primed. Larger openings should be patched. Materials for patches are many and can be found around the home roof felt, deck canvas, heavy aluminum :oil, glass fiber cloth arc exam- ples. First spread a coat of asbes- :os cement over the cleaned and primed area. Place the latching material over that. Spread more roofing cement over the patch, making certain you cover all the edges. If the rusted-out portion of he gutter makes a good size lole, use metal for the patch. Find the same material as the gutter is made of. Dissimilar metals, although rust proof, corrode. A chemical reac- ion occrs when the metals are placed together in the pres- ence of water. Corrosion also can occur rom using the wrong nails. Galvanized nails in alumin- um gutters, for example, will eventually lead to corrosion. Even if you are sure your utters are sound, give them a leriodic cleaning anyway. Wa- er will build up wherever there s debris. Eventually it spills iver, staining walls and ruin- ng foundation plantings. Newspaper Enterprise Assn.) EATON'S Saturday Specials Black Patent Handbags Regular 9.00 Lovely black patent handbags for your fall wardrobe. They feature a flap closing or a snap top closing. Assorted styles, double or single QQ handles. Buy your handbag to match that new fall outfit you've just purchased. SATURDAY SPECIALS 6 Handbags, Main Floor Children's Jackets y3 to off We've taken a group of oddmenfs in children's jackets for all occasions and have marked them way low for quick clearance. We have them in assorted styles, fabrics and colours. Sizes 4 to 6x. SATURDAY SPECIALS, each I to Children's Main Floor 4 I to I way .79 Parity Hose Here we have a better quality parity hose for every- day or dress wear. They are featured in seamless mesh, in colours of Tender Beige only. Sizes small, medium and large. I SATURDAY SPECIALS, each Hosiery, Main Floor Men's Shavers Regular 18.95. Just right for the young fellow starting to shave. Micro-Groove double shaving heads, with flip-top for cleaning. Also features an on-off switch. SATURDAY SPECIALS, each Shavers, Main Floor Basketball Goal Set Regular 5.98. Includes ball hoop and net. It's a good w to get in shape for back to school competitions. M A smashing back-to-school saving, make your purchase now. SATURDAY SPECIALS, each Sporting Goods, Lower Vista Wax Regular 1.98, A one step cleaner and polish. It cleans your car of all excess dirt and grime and dries it to a ,4 beautiful glossy shine. Make your car look like new. I SATURDAY SPECIALS, each Lower Floor sarng ,4 tf% I I W Master Wax Regular 1.98. A new, detergent proof, liquid auto cleaner Wax. A car wax designed to protect your car finish rain or shine, Give your car a new protective if finish now, before winter sets in. I SATURDAY SPECIALS, each Automotives, Lower Floor Push Broom 70 This push broom has a screw-in type wooden handle, and is excellent for home or garage use. If is a black fibre broom and rs 12" wide. Buy now, EC whife this special offer lasts. VIWV SATURDAY SPECIALS, each to Housewares, lower Floor Meat Chopper Regular 4.98. An easy to assemble table top mincer. Tinned cast-iron hopper. Comes with AQ a fine, medium and coarse blade. SATURDAY SPECIALS, each Housewares, Lower Floor Food Containers Utility Garden Spade will 2 Regular 5.98, Comes with a "steel blade, complete with _ wooden "D" handle. Features a rolled lip. This spade 33 especially good for edging flower beds. SATURDAY SPECIALS, each.................. Hardware, Lower Floor Round Nose Shovel Regular 5.98, This shovel also features a steel blade and has the wooden "D" handle. It is a handy shovel for around the home, or for carrying in your automobile for emergencies. SATURDAY SPECIALS, each Hardware, Lower Floor Lawn Rake These freezette food containers, preserve the flavor and freshness of any of your frozen foods. They can be placed on boiling water with no harm 00 38 done. Sizes are: qt. 3% qt. 3 qt., VIW 2 qt., SATURDAY SPECIALS, each to Housewares, Lower Floor Pudding Dish i and are avi eter, and 59" These dishes are all aluminum and are available in an inch diameter, inch diameter, and approximately 3 to inches deep Two sizes to choose from. SATURDAY SPECIALS, each ......V V to Housewares, Lower Floor Pie Pan Regular 65c. A fen inch aluminum pie pan. It inches deep and comes complete with a cutter. A splendid buy to make for your kitchen. SATURDAY SPECIALS, each Housewares, Lower Floor s j 34" Regular 3.45, A Dunn Pattern lawn rake, for your home and garden use. It is a good style of rake to remove loose and dead grass. SATURDAY SPECIALS, each Hardware, Lower Floor Lawn Weeder Regular 1.59. This lawn weeder has a steel blade with a wooden handle. It removes dandelions with a Make your purchase on this special garden too! now. SATURDAY SPECIALS, each Hardware, Lower Floor Woman's Garden Shovel Regular 4.35 to 4.98. A woman's garden shovel, especially made for the light delicate strength of a woman. Has 6Vt inch steel blade, with wooden "D" handle. SATURDAY SPECIALS, eoch and Hardware, Lower Floor ur ome I jusn. Make nousewares, lower rioor _ Wnmon'c Flito Rnn Hedge and Grass Shears 5 rule Dug These grass shears have ,empersd stee] Uades wilh Regular 39.98. Ideal for car travel or for storing clothes. Available in limited quantities. It opens to about 50" x Colours are tf% OO White, Green and Blue. SATURDAY SPECIALS, each Luggage, Lower Floor Car Static Strap Regular 1.39. Eliminate static in your car, reduce fire haz- ards in your home, attach to washer, stove etc. and let it touch the ground. Two in a package. SATURDAY SPECIALS, each Automotives, Lower Floor U Tire nut- Twin Size Bedspreads nlne nal v 8 type alue Regular 12.95 save 4.31. Good qualify chenil twin size bedspreadi in a ribbed pattern. Exceptional at this pricing. Colour choice limited. Limited quanlity so be prompt. SATURDAY SPECIALS, each Household Linens, Second Floor These grass shears have tempered steel blades with wooden handles. Ideal for clipping hedges or cutting those hard to reach corners of 1he lawn. SATURDAY SPECIALS, each and Hmdware, Lower Floor Steel Nail Puller Regular 7.95. No tool chest is complete without one of these nail pullers. Handy for pulling 4% spikes, a tool for every handyman. SATURDAY SPECIALS, each W Hardware, Lower Floor Fortrel Filled Quilts Regular 13.95 save 2.79. Lovely fortrel filled quilts in smart floral design. Designed to provide plenty of warmth. Allergy free Twin bed size only. 44 Iff Size 60x72 inches. I I SATURDAY SPECIALS, each I I Household Linens, Second Floor Clearance Of Drapes A manufaclurer's clearance of woven damask in cotton and rayons, good quality sateen linings com- plete with pinch pleat headings and empire hooks. Assorted colours. Size 1 x Sale, each Size 22w x Sale, each 19.95 26JB Size IViw. x Sale, each Size 2w x Sale, each 29.95 Size 2w x Sale, each 39'95 Draperies, Second Floor Specials In Toys Tippy Toes Doll Regular 16.98. A 17" Doll dressed in sweater and play pants. Rooted hair, painted eyes, movable arms, and iegs. Batfery with high impact plastic horso and Irike fo ride. (Batteries not A QQ SATURDAY SPECIALS, each ViWCJ Jumper Walker Regular 10.99. Adjustable jumper-walker table. Is spring suspended for jumper action and has saddle seat, vinyl lop and baked enamel metal bumper roil. SATURDAY SPECIALS, each.............. Gendron Doll Pram Regular 17.98. Deluxe metal doll pram, size 22 x 10 inches. Leather grained vinyl, 3 bow hood with braid facing and mafching storm apron. Enamel welded steel 4 QQ body. SATURDAY SPECIALS, each Jolly Jumper 8.99 Regular 7.99. Baby Exerciser with rugged chairi and composition extender. Designed for babies from C Q7 3 months to walking. SATURDAY SPECIALS, each Toys, Lower HOOT Shop at Eaton's Saturday from 9 a.m. 'til p.m. Buy Line 328-8811 ;