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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 9, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta HOME OF THE WEEK iHow to solve storage problem DESIGN No.-253 Main Floor 525 Sq.ft. Upper " *J� � � Lowtr � sir* * This Split Level combination brick and frame Design with its uncluttered wall spaces and floor areas is a comfortable, labor-saving home which every family will enjoy. The three levels, divided into work, living and sleeping areas are planned for easy traffic circulation. With the garage and utility area designed for the lower level, the first level includes a separate entry, fireplace in the living area and a terrace opening off the dining room and kitchen. The plan calls for two bedrooms and a study which could also be used as a third bedroom. When completed, this will surely be one of the finest looking HOMES in the neighborhood. (Copyright 1OT0. Toronto Star Syndicate) HOMOGRAF COMPANY OF CANADA 40 JARVIS STREET, TORONTO 2. ONTARIO. ( ) Please send me further details about how to obtain standard builder blueprints for Design No. CH-253 ( ) Or enclosed please find $1.00 for which send me the new Design Book entitled "Third Edition-Suburban and Country Homes Designed For Canadians." NAME .. ADDRESS (Leth.) Tallest Tree The world's tallest living thing is a California redwood on the east bank of Redwood Creek, Humboldt City, Calif. It is 367.8 feet high with a girth of 44 feet. First Striking Clock The first clock to strike the hours was made by Benjamin Banneker, a Negro, in 1754. Without having ever seen anything similar except  sun dial and a watch, he constructed a clock which kept time for more than 20 years. Care can aid lock problems By MR. FIX I Struggling with a balky lock any time of the year is a nuisance but it is a double nuisance when it happens in the winter. A frozen lock is something you are likely to encounter on a car door. A cigarette lighter to warm the key is a handy thing at such a time; Dipping' the key in alcohol will help. The defroster sprays used for windshields can be useful if sprayed over the lock in order to break the ice film. If the lock is kept dry and snow is brushed away from the door handle you are less likely to have trouble. If you have trouble with certain locks on your house freezing it may be because they are exposed to the weather. Try to protect them from moisture. Lack of a storm door will cause trouble. Keep locks working easily by spraying powdered graphite into the lock. Never use ordinary lubricating oils since they cause the lock parts to become gummy. Especially exasperating is to have a key break off in the lock. Try holding the remaining part of the key firmly against the part in the lock, then try to turn it. If this will not work, try a piece of stiff so you will have no trouble hi' serting the key all the way. Make sure the key is in before turning, A wrong key will cause trouble because it may fit the lock but will then bind and break, Keep keys well marked if they look similar. Failure to keep a lock lubricated will cause binding. So Storage space in almost every home is a universal problem. Older houses with large areas of waste space invariably have few closets. Newer houses that lack attics or basements to absorb an overflow of household possessions pose the same problem. If this situation arouses your interest, you can build them easily and1 economically with the simplified instructions in a new 48 page booklet entitled "How to Build Wall to Wall Storage Units. It tells how to build storage for everything from clothing to tennis rackets, sewing equipment to a laundry room. You can start with one unit in any space from four to twenty-four feet. Directions explain how to lay out and build necessary framing, cover framing with plywood, install a nandsome set of sliding, bi-folding, or pivot hinged doors. Units can be built' 6', 8' or from floor to ceiling. Installation of necessary hardware, magnetic catches, etc., is illustrated in detail. Construction of many different types of storage units are illustrated, cabinets to fill space above floor units, free-standing storage room dividers, etc, An estimating guide tells how to figure materials. Using the booklet as your guide, you can build cabinets that look like decorator designed units. Not only will you enjoy the convenience of extra storage space, order to.Carpentry Dept., The Lethbridge Herald Box 806 Adelaide St. P.O., Toronto 1, Ont, for Book No. 634 How to Build Wall to Wall Storage Units, Send $1.00 additional for catalogue illustrating 300 other books and patterns. Editor's Note - The Her* aid 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) wire and bend a hook over the end of it (or get a fine crochet hook.) Insert the top of the key and pull back to bring the broken piece out. You then have a complete key from which a duplicate can be made. Only other treatment is to remove the lock cylinder and remove the piece by pushing from the other end. This kind of accident happens when you fail to push the key all the way in. Keep the lock lubricated with graphite will a poorly made duplicate key, _ . If the key turns but the bolt but you will also substantially doesn't, the trouble may be increase the value of your with the door rather than the home lock. Send $1.50 in cheque or money Perhaps the door needs re-hanging. If it is out of line by _ just a small bit, try moving the KflTYl nfl 1"fl strike plate instead. When you ulVi YOUR GARDEN By habelle R. Young, F.R.H.S. SEED CATALOGUES | COME of the colorful 1971 seed and nursery catalogues will soon bo coming our way. After Christmas, our thoughts begin to turn to what seeds we should plant for a garden full of color next year, along with all the luscious vegetables. I look forward with pleasure, and enjoy reading the different catalogues almost as much as I do a good novel. You can spend many a relaxing evening doing your armchair shopping. This is a very changing work) and even the seed and nursery catalogues must keep up with the times. Just what constitutes a good catalogue? One that states ordering instructions simply and in a few sentences; products accurately described and competitively priced; a stated guarantee; cultural instructions and approximate height of plant; germination time and time of bloom; most widely accepted common name md correct botannical name. Some are beautifully illustrated with colored pictures. Catalogues usually give the ultimate height of trees and shrubs, but most do not include the maximum spread. This is quite important to gardeners who often find, to their dismay, a tree or shrub has spread out more than they anticipated. A person often asks himself whether he should buy a smaller, lower priced item. If you are a novice it is best to purchase a more ma ture plant - experiment later. Superior stock may cost a little more but it is a bargain in the end. Sometimes, however, new introductions are priced higher than established varieties. There are a great variety of seed and nursery catalogues. To begin with, do not forget those of your local suppliers If these people are to stay in business and improve their offerings they must have your support. If there is something that you especially like mention it to your local dealer and perhaps, in the future, he will try and accommodate you. .Others which may be useful are: Stokes Seeds, St. Catharines, Ontario, who offer an excellent variety of vegetables end flowers, including a wonderful selection of petunias, which are considered one of the most popular of all annuals. Also many garden supplies and accessories. Dominion Seed House, Georgetown, Ontario, who offer numerous varieties of vegetables and flowers as well as many novelties, etc. T. and T. Seeds, Winnipeg, Manitoba, who advertise, "Get The Most For Less", have a very nice seed catalogue, of seeds, bulbs, plants and trees. Pike and Co, Edmonton, Alberta, have specially selected seeds and nursery stock,-etc. for the northwest, suitable for short season areas. For those who are interested in water lilies, Moore Water Gardens, Port Stanley, Ontario has a most complete selection. Lacombe Nurseries, Lacombe, Alberta, have a love ly catalogue all in color. In 1970 we were privileged to have our house and front yard on their cover. They feature a wide selection of trees, shrubs perennials, etc. Alberta Nurseries at Bowden, Alberta, also have some very fine nursery slock. For the rose fancier there is McConnell Nursery, Port Burwell, Ontario, and Carl Pallek, Box 137, Virgil, Ontario. Thompson and Morgan, Ipswich, England, has seeds of many unusual plants in a very large selection. Then thore is Unwins, Histon, Cambridge, England; Bees, Sealand, Chester, England; Samuel Dobie and Son, Chester, England. George W. Park Seed Co. Greenwood, South Carolina 29646, has a very interesting and worth while catalogue; W. Atlee Burpee Co., Clinton, Iowa, advertise "Everything For The Garden". This gives you quite a number to choose from. There are many, many more. Do try something new next year, and every year. But, keep some of the old reliables that have served you so well in the past. I would like to wish all readers a Very Happy New Year and a most Prosperous 1971. All questions should be sent with self-addressed, stamped envelope to Mrs. I. R. Young, 3620 Centre B. St. N. W. Calgary 43. Tide Times High tide does not always come at the same hour. Each high tide is about 50 minutes later than the preceding morning tide and each afternoon tide about 50 minutes later than the afternoon before. If you plan to build call... Pustaseri Construction Ltd. "We Specialize in Custom Built Homes" 727 8th Street S. Phone 327-7663, 327-5905 ALEX PUSTASERI WHEN YOU BUY FOR A LIFETIME-INSIST ON THE BEST-A PUSTASERI HOME Take a Closer Look! move the plate you will have to chisel out a little of the wood behind the opening to extend the opening. Other lock troubles need a locksmith. But you can avoid the expense of hiring a locksmith by keeping these points in mind. Take care when inserting and turning the key. Use the right key, so keep them marked. Lubricate regularly with powdered graphite. Make certain that doors are hanging properly and that locks are protected from the weather. (Newspaper Enterprise Am.) Special 15% Discount Offer On Factory PRE-BUILT HOMES '495 3 BEDROOM HOME FOR AS IOW AS .. DOWN On Your Foundation if Homes Built to N.H.A. Standard if House Packages Available ir Savings to 1/3 Compared To Conventional Methods if Use Your Plan or One Of Our Many Plans WE WILL BUILD ANYWHERE IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA X-CEL CONSTRUaiON 2118 12 Ave. S., Lethbridge Phone 328-7905 to market motorcvcles TORONTO (CP) - Bombard-1 ler Ltd. announced Wednesday it will begin selling motorcycles next month in an attempt to | give a seasonal balance of products to its snowmobile dealers. Laurent Beaudoin, president, said the company has signed a I long-term agreement with Agra-ti-Garelli, an Italian motorcycle manufacturing firm, to build motorcycles for Bombardier. He said three models, all 50 c.c. trail bikes, will be test marketed in Quebec, Ontario and, two areas of the United States ] beginning in mid-February. Mr. Beaudoin said in answer to a question that Bombardier intends to form a Joint venture with the Italian firm to manu-fecture cycles in Canada if the test marketing is particularly successful. Bombardier, based in Val-court, Que., has about 2,5001 dealer outlets. . .. Look at your Business Stationery ... it is your show window to the business world! WOELDAMANA.C FACTS . Ths watermelon it a re- srtfhtagfrult of the gourd family. The World Almanao ays ths plant was native to Africa and was introduced to America by tba> Negroes. Watermelons vers depleted by Egyptian artists about 4,000 yean age. Let The Herald's Printing Division show you how to give your firm a new look with modern, smartly designed office stationery. We are Printers of: * Letterheads * Envelopes* Statements * Invoices * Cheques * Ledger Cards * NCR Forms * One-Time Carbon Forms * Business Cards For Estimates and Service, Call- The Lcthlnridgc Herald Printing and Lithography Division Phone 327-3203 or 328-4411 ;