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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 26 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - Friaay, uecemoer i/, esy Spanish explorers iu 1540. habit of making New Year's Resolutions, here is something to ponder. "Let us make three resolutions That are simple ones to write, Let us try our best to mend our ways, And start the New Year right. First, let us speak but kindly words, And send forth a thought of cheer, Be ever pleasant and never grumble Throughout the coming year. There is another we should make, And practice it all the while, Be ever cheerful and forget to frown, And always wear a smile. Whenever you meet the friends you know, Never greet them with a sneer, But clasp their hand and wish them well Throughout the coming year. The last one is best of all For in principle it is great and grand, Resolve to do some kindly deed And to lend a helping hand. Remember well your resolution. To speak comforting words of cheer, To do kind deeds in time of need Throughout the c o m i ng year." HOME OF THE WEEK GARAGE 20'-6* 2Z'-f MEEZEWAY 4�0* CHINA). DINING KITCHEN eon TRCLus- LIVING , . 20'-4' !3'-4' DESIGN No. 483 Mata Hari's real name Mata Hari's real name was Gertrude Margarete Zelle. The famous Dutch-born spy of World War I, an agent for the G e rman government, adopted the name Mata Hari, meaning "Eye of the Morning," in Java some years before the war. The architect has designed this week's home with a long roofline, broken only once, which gives the impression of a ranch-type home, yet it has a "heap o'living" on its upper floor, without the appearance of a two storey home. Design H34-483 is more flexible than 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. Ground Floor Upper Floor Garage 1360 Sq 872 Sq 528 Sq Star of David 'Creator's Star9 The Star of David is sometimes called the "Creator's Star" because its sLx points represent the six days of creation. The star is formed by two equilateral triangles. Sometimes they are interwoven and sometimes one is imposed on the other with the points in the opposite direction. HOMOGRAF CO. OF CANADA 40 JARVIS ST. at KING EAST TORONTO 1, ONTARIO ( ) Please send me further deiails about how to obtain standard builder blueprints for Design H34-J83 ( ) Or enclosed pleasi. 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.) The dining room, has a wide glass door to the terrace. 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. Upstairs are two bedrooms with two walk-in closets, each with a window, another bathroom and more than enough HALL CLO. L . ATTIC -' 1 BEDROOM 8'9* I*-*. STORAGE BEDROOM !4'-2* 13'-4* storage space. If desired a door or window could even be added to convert the centre storage room into a sewing room, or den. The basement is unusually well planned. It has laundry shelves, hobby area with work bench, recreation room 38 feet wide with refreshment server-and nearby room for a kitchenette. If the lot is less than 85 feet wide, the breezeway could be eliminated and the garage attached to the house without spoiling the appearance in the slightest. As there will be no articles on December 24 or 31, 1 wouid like to take this opportunity to thank all who wrote letters to me durinL, the past year, expressing their appreciation for this column and the help I have been able to give them. I must say it has been a real pleasure to have been of service to so many. To my many friends and readers of this column, may I take this occasion to wish you all a very Merry Christmas and may you find health, good gardening and many blessings in 1972. Overhead cam aluminum engine. Front disc brakes. Side-guard, door beams. Power ventilation system. Electric fuel pump. Double-panel roof. Wide wheels and tires. Nowtharstheway to build a little car. Before we built our little Vega, we took a very close look at all the other little cars around. There were all kinds of things we liked (and knew you liked, too) but we saw plenty we knew we could improve. Right from the start, we wanted a little car that did everything well. Here's how we went about building it. You wanted fuel economy. Vega owners report up to 30 miles per gallon. But at the same time, you wanted performance. Enough get-up-and-go for the freeways, long steep hills and any tricky traffic situations. So we designed a unique, 4 cylinder, overhead cam engine. Its aluminum/ silicon, light so it can be big. And a big- ger engine in a little car means it delivers more, without working too hard. Handling was something else you were very firm about. So Vega rides on a tight, 97-inch wheelbase. It has a wide stance and a low centre of gravity. To drive it is to love it! The list of good things in a Vega goes on: front disc brakes; dual master cylinder brake system; Full Coil suspension; wraparound front and rear bumpers; wide doors; side-guard door beams; foam-filled front bucket seats (except truck). That's right, there's a Vega truck. Our little Panel Express, the strictly business partner to the Hatchback Coupe, 2-door Sedan and Kammback Wagon. When the first Vega appeared last year, we thought we'd achieved the perfect little car. But you let us know where we goofed. Which is why the '72 Vega has a glove compartment, and an improved exhaust system. Vega. We'll only change it to make it better. We want your 1972 Chevy Vega to be the best car you've ever owned. VEGA WAflK OF tXCUUNU Buckling seat and shoulder belts is an idea you can live with. Some of the equipment illustrated is optional at extra cost Iheli dc ;