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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 19, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta _ TM unmnoi HWAID it, wi HOME OF THE WEEK Make furniture For the bedroom Upper FI. 1350 Sq.Fr. -f. HERE is a home designed especially for a tot which slopes to the left or if built in re- verse, with a slope to the right. Note the split level entrance with short stairs to both floors. If not required the upper wash- room could be eliminated. This space could then be used for enlarging the bathroom and closet. The layout of the upper floor is. excellent. Because of the sloping lot, a rear exit (at grade level) could be arranged, and lighting in basement rooms simplified. Construction is a combination of Brick Veneer and Frame, but instructions for building in all Brick are sup- plied. Everyone interested in fur- nishing a bedroom will find an economical solution to the prob- em in the pattern offered be- ow. It tells how to make a storage headboard for a single or double bed, matching book- cases, headboard with shelves, etc. Two different types of leadboards can be made from this pattern. All materials re- [uired are readily available in lumber yards. Another pattern, one that also solves bedroom storage, ex- plains how to build a Mr. and itrs. Wardrobe. This project contains five big drawers on one side, sliding door clothes storage in the other half. Both projects, the headboard and wardrobe, can be built Recreation and Utilities lliMCi.1 Foundation Area 1350 705 Sq.ft. Sq.Ffi HOMOGRAF CO. OF CANADA 40 JAKV1S ST. TORONTO 1, ONTARIO Please send me further details about how to obtain standard builder blueprints for Design No. CH-1014 Or enclosed please find for which send me the new Design Book entitled "Third Edition-Subur- ban and Country Homes Designed For Canadians." NAME ADDRESS (Leth.) Portable power tools a 4must') By MR. FIX Portable power tools have be- come so common, so relative- ly inexpensive and so versatile, that they belong in every home owner's collection of basic equipment. One especially is the electric drill It is generally the first power tool anyone buys. Not -only is it good for drilling holes but with added attachments can be used for grinding, polishing, sanding and buffing. The quarter-inch drill, one that will take drill bits up to a quarter-inch in diameter, has been the most common and popular. There has been an in- crease in popularity of the inch drill since advances hi de- signing and new electrical mot- ors have gotten the larger drill to a size and weight that makes it an easier tool to handle. The larger size means more versatility, the ability to handle larger jobs and more muscle on smaller ones. While you are at it, investi- gate drills with added features. More than one speed will make the tool more useful since the slower speed combined with the correct drill bits or attach- ments allows you to drill in concrete, or be used as a screw driver. Some drills have con- tinuously variable speeds which make them even more ver- satile. You may want to add at- tachments later but consider the efficiency of getting every- 'Blue Monday' According to the lore of the sea, the expression, ''Blue Mon- uiiicjcut had its origin in sailing j These are easily changed. You Time a- ship days when Monday was flogging day and errant sailors were flogged until they were black and blue. thing at once. Most companies package drill and the most pop- ular attachments neatly in a metal box at a price that may be more attractive than pur- chasing attachments separate- ly. And if you buy them all at once they are there when you need them and you will find uses for them very quickly. The sanding disc is perhaps the most popular attachment for an electric drill. If you do much furniture refinishing, however, you will find that the rotary motion of the disc can leave unattractive marks un- less you work very carefully. If you do much sanding, con- sider the portable electric sand- er. These offer sanding action in a straight line and are quite a work-saver in smoothing and refinishing jobs. A variety of grits is available in the sand- paper that is provided for them. -There' are saw attachments for electric drills but again, if your cutting chores are more than once in a lifetime, you may find the drill and attach- ment a cumbersome affair and not very efficient. If you are going into heavy duty cutting a portable electric saw with a circular blade is the tool for you. If you plan to do any remodelling or refinishing of a basement or an attic an electric saw will pay for itself in saved time. For many, however, heavy- duty culling may not be a prob- lem. In this case consider the portable electric jig saw. Such a saw is versatile, easy to use, will cut metal and plastics as well as wood and can be used for sawing curves as well straighl lines. An assortment of blades pves you the ability lo go through d i f f e rent materials an even do a little heavy-duty cutting since rncfit models will go through a two-by-four. (Newspaper Enterprise Assn.) TAX TIPS Question! and Aniwen This column has bten prepared ty the Calgary District Office, Dwrt- ment of National Revenue, Taxation. It Includes answers to some of th. most commonly asked questions. Where unusual circumstances render the answers Inadequate to your needs, use your Income Tax Guide. If you are still In need of help, writ, to NATIONAL REVENUE, TAXATION, 20S S.E., calsary 91, Al- berta for additional Information. Q. I arrived to Canada la March last year. I am told that I must enter on tax return the date of my entry into Canada. Why is this? A. The reason you are askec i state your date of entry inU Canada is because your tola personal exemptions, and stan- dard deductions if applicable are prorated according to the number of days in the year :hat you were a resident of this country. The space for entering this information is at the to] right hand side of page 1 a your income tax return. Q. On the income tax form there is a space for date o birth. Is it necessary for me to give my date of birth, and if so, why? A. Your date of birth is user, for various purposes, such as additional identification and de- termining liability for Canada Pension Plan contributions. I is required information and like aU other information on your return, is confidential. Q. Must I have a social in surance number, and enter 11 on my income tax return? A. Yes, if you are required tc file an income lax return you are required, by the law, to have a social insurance num ber and to enter it on your in come tax return. Your socia insurance number is used as an identification for the record ing of your contributions into the Canada Pension Plan. Al ways make sure that the social insurance number entered on your income tax relurn, and or your T4 slips, is the samo num ber as the one printed on your social insurance card. Q..What shall I do if the so- cial insurance number entered on eilher my tax form or my T4 slip is incorrect? A. If the number is incorrec on your income tax form cros. out the wrong number and en ter in the correct number. I your social insurance number is incorrect on your T4 slips notify your employer and as] him to make the necessary correction. Q. Since a Social Insurant Number is required how do get one? A. You should obtain an ap- plication form from either th Post Office, a District Taxation Office, an Unemployment In- surance Office, or an office o the Department of Nationa Health and Welfare. The appli cation form should be com pleted and mailed as directec on the form. If you plan tc build call... Pustaseri Construction Ltd. "We Specialize in Custom Built Homes" 727 8th Street 5. Phone 327-7663, 327-5905 ALEX PUSTASERI WHEN YOU BUY FOR A LIFETIME-INSIST ON THE BEST-A PUSTASERI HOME today's FUNNY DIDN'T BELIEVE Hie ONE from fir plywood or flakeboard. then painted. Send in cash, cheque or money order for Bed Head- board Pattern No. 126 to Car- pentry Dept. The Lethbridge Herald Box 806 Adelaide St. P.O. Toronto 1, Ont. The Ward- robe is Pattern No. 139 at A 160 page catalogue illustrat- ing hundreds of other build-it- yoiirself projects and home im- provement books is available at Editor's Note The Her- ald 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 J9U Toronto Star Syndicate) YOUR GARDEN By kob.ll. R. Young, F.R.H.S. HOSE REVIEW ANY will h a v e already sent in their rose orders, some are getting ready to do so, and there are those who are giving the matter some thought. With all this in mind I would like to review some of the per- formances of varieties intro- duced in recent years and the 1970 novelties. This could, per- haps, refresh your memory and help you to decide which ones you would like to grow. The last decade saw the ad- vent of many wonderful new varieties which have given outstanding p e r f o r mance in gardens year after year. In the hybrid teas we have Grand- pa Dickson golden yellow, Red Lion red, Stella deep Pink Favorite rose pink, .Fragrant Cloud ver- million red, Picadilly bi- color, Chicago Peace bicol- or. King's Ransom golden yellow, Ernest Morse red, Diorama orange yellow, Lady Seton deep pink, Mis- chief orange red, yellow, Peace yellow blend, Wendy Cussons rose red, Gold Crown yellow, Prima Ballerina deep pink, Com- mand Performance orange red, First Prize deep pink, Pascali white, Memorium off white. Ballet-pink, Swarth- more rosy red, Mr. Lincoln red, Royal Bigness pale pink, Chrysler Imperial red, Miss Canada rose madder, First Prize dark pink, Miss Ail-American Beautv pink. In the floribundas Dorothy Wheataoft-red, City of Leeds salmon pink, Europeana red, Sea Pearl, bicolor, Eli- zabeth of Glamis salmon pink Paddy McGreedy deep pinki Iceberg white, Irish Mist orange red, from yellow to orange red, Fashion coral pink, Red