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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 26 - THE lETHBRIDGE HERALD - Friday, December 17, 1971 HOME OF THE WEEK ata Hari's real name  The architect has designed this week's home with a long ' roof line, broken only once, I which gives the impression of a 1 ranch-type home, yet it has a "heap o'living" on its upper Mata Hari's real name was, floor, without the appeai-ance Gertrude Margarete Zelle. The of a two storey home. Design famous Dutch-born spy of 1^34483 is more flexible than World War I, an agent for the. G e rman government, adopted j the name Mata Hari, meaning j "Eye of the Morning," in Java 1 some years before the war. may appear at first glance. For the small family needing only 2 bedrooms and for the large family needing four, this plan deserves attention. The living - dining L is unusually large with stone hearth and bookcases complementing the fireplace. While no one can .see, feel or sense radio or TV waves, we know each exists, and their power exerts a great influence in shaping our lives. Many people in every walk of lite are beginning to discover an even greater power, one found in every problem. Through the years each of us can look back and recall problems that altered our course tlirough life. By harnessmg the motivational power inherent in each problem, men have reached goals they never dreamed possible. The quickest escape requires doing something that necessitates using your head and hands. When yoiu- hands do something you are normally unaccustomed to doing, it forces the mind to focus on the job. Making these planters could provide hours of instant escape. The magic of this concept actually starts when you receive the full size patteni offered bela^v. Start tracing on wood. Saw along traced out- Imes. Assemble parts in exact position shown on pattern. Within an evening's time, you discover a new way to "get away from it all." Doctors recommend woodworking to everyone in need of relaxation. If you uivest a few dollars in an electric sabre or jig saw, and drill, buy a few patterns and lumber, you open the door to many stimulating hours of escape whenever you need to from whatever bothers you. Send $1.25 in cash, cheque or money order (no stamps please) for Pattern No. 9353, Planters Pattern, to Carpentry Dept., The Lethbridge Herald, P.O. Box 806, Adelaide St. .PO., Toronto. Editor's Note - The Herald does not handle these blueprints and it is necessary to send requests for them to the above address in Toronto. Please write the address as printed. (Copyright 1971. Toronto Star Syndicate) Star of David '^Creator's Star^ The Star of David is sometimes called the "Creator's  Star" because its sLx pomts' represent the six days of creation. The star is formed by two equilateral triangles. Sometimes t h ey are interwoven and sometimes one is imposed on the other with the points in the opposite direction. I HOMOGRAF CO. OF CANADA 40 JARVIS ST. at KING EAST TORONTO 1, ONTARIO ( ) Please send me further details about how to obtain standard builder blueprints for Design H34-183 { ) Or enclosed please find $1.00 (plus 25 cents for handling and mailing) for which send me the new Design Book entitled "Fourth Edition-Suburban and Country Homes Designed For Canadians." An additional 18-page book of duplex and multiple income home designs is available at 50c tax free. NAME .. ADDRESS (Leth.) DESIGN No. 483 Ground Floor - 1360 Sq. Upper Floor - 872 Sq. Garage - 528 Sq. >- The duiing room, has a wide glass door to the tei-race. The study or fourth bedroom faces front, with large closet and direct access to the bathroom, which can be entered also from the hall. Note the interesting division of the bathroom with a second vanity which can be shut off from the main bathroom. The kitchen measures approximately 16' x 10' with doors to the hall, dining room and rear terrace. A package receptacle has been built into the exterior wall beside the rear door. With breezeway and terrace covered, outdoor living can be enjoyed in a greater variety of weather. Upstaurs are two bedrooms with two walk-in closets, each with a window, another bathroom and more than enough storage space. If desired a door or window could even be added to convert the centre storage i-oom into a sewing room, or den. The basement is imusually well planned. It has laundry shelves, hobby area with work bench, recreation room 38 feet v.^ide with refreshment ser\'er and nearby room for a kitchenette. If tlie lot is less than 85 feet wide, the breezeway could be eliminated and the gai'age attached to the house without spoiling the appearance in the slightest. YOUR GARDEN By Isabelie R. Young, F.R.H.S. THE HOLIDAY SEASON 'TTOS week, I would like to digress somewhat from the usual topics and present to you two poems that I came across recently which I'm sure will be enjoyed by young and old alike. "Candks lighted in a row, casting shadows as they glmv. Holly, pine and mistletoe, on the lawn new-fallen snow. Stockings bulging, how they strain -- by the mantel, once again. Eager faces breathiess pause - speech- less wonder cf Santa Claus! Children'.:i you can live with. SoniR of the equipment illustrated is optional at extra cost The littie car that does everything welL ;