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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THt UNIRRIDGE HEHAID Friday, Tsbrunry U, 1971 HOME OF THE WEEK Repair Dry Wall the correct way The large, luxury ranch j house illu.siraled incorporates; features many Canadians in the upper middle income brackets ask jor ij] a one-slorcy house. The recessed front door with side plat? panel is hilly protect- ed and sel off by a distinctive planter. Inside, the roomy nagsione-floorcd foyer has a generous closet space. A four- panel picture window in the'. kitchen affords a mile view. Well served with storage and cabinet space, the kitchen also j lias a corner lazy Susan. A j huec sec through fireDlacel serves both living and dining j rooms and extends out onto a h.irbonic nn fhr protected pa-; hn Family, dining and living j rooms have, separated access j in UIP patio There are eight closet1- in the sleeping wing and i Mir master bedroom has a IIOMOGRAF CO. OF CANADA 40 JARVIS ST. at KING EAST TORONTO 1, ONTARIO Please send me furlher details about how to obtain standard builder blueprints for Design RJ-813 Or enclosed please find (plus 25 cents for hand- ling and mailingi for which send me the new Design Book entitled "Fourth Suburban and Country Homes Designed For Canadians." An additional 18- page book of duplex and multiple income home des- igns is available at 50c lax free. NAME ADDRESS By MR. FIX Dry wall construction is not subject to the .-incl chipping of plaster but it, loo. will need repair in lime. Some- times heavy objects pushed or bumped again.si the wall will create dents and holes. Joints between panels open eiUier due to improper installa- tion or to the warping of studs or the settling of tlie entire wall. Repairs are not the same as for plaster walls, but they are not difficult. Because dry wall does not have the lath backing of plaster and because it is generally thinner, repairs are not simply a matter of filling. Dents can be filled, of course. Use spackling compound. Two types are available ready-lo- tise and that you mis with water. The ready-mix is probably easier for home re- pairs. Spead on with a putty knife. Finish with a wet blade and you probably can goi it so smooth it won't need sanding. Holes need a backing before (hey can be filled. Use a pieca of metal mesh slightly larger than the hole. Fasten a piece of siring to the mesh, band the wire slightly so that you can get il Ihrough the hole. Fasten the siring lo a slick or pencil so Uiat Ihc mesh will not fall through. Pull the siring tight so that (lie mesh will flatten against the back side of the wall. Start by applying patching plaster or, for real quick, setting, plas- ter of paris against the edges of the wire so t. the plaster adheres to the edges of the hole and the wire mesh, Force it through the mesh so that serves as a backing. With the first application dry and the mesh held in place, snip off the string and continue applying patching plaster in layers. Finish witli a layer of spackling compound. Large holes should be repair- ed by replacing a section of the dry wall. Cut out a piece wide enough to reach from one stud to the next. Make the vertical height at least 10 or 12 inches so that the board will not buck- le. Nail to each stud. The cracks can be filled with spack- ling compound. (Newspaper Enterprise Assn.) 'I en -.uite. An- other washroom is located otf the kitchen and yet another in the basement, which contain? hobby, laundry and recreation (LcUi.) rooms Design R3-ol.iV Inter- changes kitchen and family room areas, it desired. (Copyright 1372, Toronto Star SynHicalrl YOUR By Isabelle R, Young, F.R.H.S. TiRiGHT SPLASHES heads in brilliant colors n Ol1" COLOll i like the plumed types. too E L 0 5 I A or a cock's comb. both the plumed and crested or combed types add a blaze of color to any garden, and al-.hough they do not come into ull bloom as early as some lowers, thev are well are 12 inches in height and the colors are golden crimson, deep rote and scarlet orange. Fireglow is 20 inches high and produces orange scarlet blooms 6h hot mulchet beautifi ideal a flowers of Mar planting. There are many outstanding and beautiful colors. These are just some of the ones a lr think 01 .rank 1 am more partial lo is sown indoors god Jlumosa or feathered type middle of April. They cause, of their airy, more grow properly ui the form and the way they stage if a steady to fit into arrangements, of at least 70 degrees ing somewhat like maintained. With ilumes. One of the best Ihey are pricked ilume varieties is Fiery they have their mo er 12 inches, bearing leaves) pair of crimson plumes. Golden with celosia they should co er makes a good companion as soon as tas one. A rare and lovely they develop a tap gar rimen is Silver Feather, a resents very white 15 inches. are great moisture makes an excellent contrast if watered thoroughly ci be bright reds. Golden a complete fertilizer unph 2 lo 2'-2 ft. two weeks they will o Selection, has large, longer stems and mas plumes which Celosia thrive in h o p. ilocming when .10 inches and will tolerate in rnoni, ran buy mal.erials and build one or as many rwms Ihey nrcr) Bt surprisingly .small roM. Mat- erials for a 12' x Ifi' juldilinn may not cost morr (ban real cslate fees, closing costs, lopal and moving expenses incurred .1 fl. and Dwarf Hyacinth" are good varicitics. another. money spoilt [or i litest scrvins fjw.s one uay nn rclurn. hnv in.il'-ri.'il.s Id huild an riddilidn nnrl it's .in invrslinml llifil rhvirlrnds in fomMrl. rnm plus capil.'il Rfiin.s when you dncido. lo fit sonic fulnro AH Alinuld hr, sent uilh sddrrssrd- Manipnl. rnvrlnpr lo Mrs. J. n. Vniinp, Onlrr II. SI. N.W.. Calfiary -W. Duo in HIR niimbor of Idler's asking morn Itinn fjne.stion it is roqueslntl In fiitnro rnqulrlos Hint only question he .MifimlHrfl cncli time ns it la iinpos.sitilo for Mrs. Young to reply (n ;ill rorrcKpondcncc ami fin hrr practical garden- ing iTftH. Tliose who don't wLsli to do the work lliciii.sclves can save a bundle if they read the book be- fore hiring fl contractor. Since the book takes the fear and mystery oiit of building space, it permits the homeowner to intelligently discuss costs and ronst.nicl inn with a eonl.raclnr. Send ?2.2-ri in rhefjiie or money order for Book No. (Wl How la Huikl an Addition to Carpentry Dept., The iH-thbridgc Herald. P.O. Rox -1090. Postal Station Toronto, Ontario. Kililnr's Note Thr. llpr- ald dors not li.indlc (hcsa hlurprints and it is necessary to semi rcmirsls for tlicm lo DIP almvr addn'ss in Toronlo. I'lrasc write the addrrss print rropyright r.'ast.RiM Toronto Slar S.vndiralff) To simplify building, t'lc Iwok offered helow explains every slop of conslnrclion in non- Icehnical I hose uho (In none; (if Ihe ivnrk will nii'ikf Milisl.'inf.ial .vni'ings lliey know bow Uie jolt Is rJnno. liases of lime The day and the year nro Ihe I.UTI unit.s of time from which ,'dl ollior.s ;irc compntcfl. They arc bii.scd rcspcelively upon Ihn earth's rolfition on its axis and (he. onrlh's rovoltiljou Ilin .sun. SATURDAY SUPER SAVERS MR. BUBBLE LIQUID PANTY SHIRTS J-CIOTH Towels -12 per box -1001 Uses -3 Styles -Knits Reg. 15.99 and 13.99 PAIR ZELLER'S FACIAL TISSUE 9 y boxes PANT TOPS Sizes 8 to 18 Reg. 4.44 EACH ZELCO 3'3" MATTRESS OR BOX SPRING VACUUM Take up to 3 years to pay on any major purchase EACH PHENTEX Unwrapped 3.2 01. balls Machine washable Green, Blue, Gold, Red, Orange, Violet, Beige PORTABLE RA Solid State, 6 Transistors. Batteries Included. Guaranteed MERCHANDISE ON SALE FRIDAY 6 TO 9 P.M. AND ALL DAY SATURDAY 9 A.M. TO 6 P.M. Zeller's County Fair Zcllor'l Shopping Centre On Mnyor Mngralli Drivn Opin Dnily 9 to 6 p.m. Thurtrlciy and Friday 9 n.m. to 9 p.m. Tolaphonn 328-8171 ;