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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta it, itn TM imwuDM HBUUD ll HOME OF THE WEEK nt-f DESIGN No.M-833 HOMOGRAP CO. OF CANADA 40 JARV1S ST. at KING EAST TORONTO 1, ONTARIO Please send me further details about how to obtain standard builder blueprints for Design R3-833 Or enclosed pleasu find (plus 25 cents for hand- ling and mailing) for which send me the new Design Book entitled "Fourth and Country Homes Designed For Canadians." An additional 18- page book o[ duplex and multiple income home des- igns is available at SOc tax free. NAME ADDRESS (Left.) The L-shaped ranch bunga- low illustrated lias the garage set at a right angle lo the main building and is approached by a sweeping drive. The unusual design saves a lot of space. Well lighted with corner win- dows, the large kitchen is placed at the front and adjoins the ground floor laundry, sav- ing both steps and time. A sec- ond washroom is also handily located in this area near a side entrance. A full bathrooih in the sleeping wing contains clos- et space for linen storage. There is an additional linen closet in the hallway and spa- cious closets in all three amply ventilated bedrooms. The living-dining room com- bination contains a large nat- ural fireplace. A door leads to the broad patio, which is given extra privacy by location of the two car garage. A full base- ment completes the picture. Swifts' nests used for soup In Asia and certain islands of the Pacific are species of swifts, sometimes called swift- lets, that nest in caves in large numbers. The nests, made pri- marily from saliva which hard- ens into a white gelatinous mass, are those used for mak- ing birds' nest soup. YOUR GARDEN By Isabella R. Young, F.R.H.S. WHAT'S NEW FOR '72 TT gives a person a marvel- lous thrill to grow some- thing brand new from seed. This year, there are a number of oustanding novelties in store for you in both flowers and veg- etables. Before you order, make a rough plan on paper, keeping in mind the height, color and size of plants which will help you to determine your requirements. For example, if a plant grows 6 inches high, you will space it 6 inches apart, etc. For taller ones, over a foot, space according to your judg- ment, leaving enough room to prevent crowding. Don't forget to grow some of the old favor- ites, along with the newcomers. Here are some of the 1972 in- troductions, along with some 1971 award winners, as well as a few outstanding varieties (Marked with an Begonias small-flowered semperflpr- cns, ideal for beds in sun or semi-shade. X Scarlotta NEW HELP FOR YOUR ACHES AND PAINS Would you like to rid your- self "minor" aches and pains without resorting to pills? It's possible thanks to a new exercise program featured in February Rea- der's Digest! Developed by a leading orthopedic Burgeon, the program consists of 6 basic exercises, designed to correct the primary cause of many aches and posture. Results are possible in only a few weeks. So find out how to relieve yourself of tension and free yourself of pain! Read ORTHOTHERAPY: NEW HELP FOR YOUR ACHES AND PAINS in February Header's Digest. Get your copytoday 1 bright scarlet, X-Linda rich rose, X-Viva, light scarlet, white centre. New 1972, all with bronze foliage Gin deep pink, Vodka reddish-scarlet, Whiskey white, all 6" high. Aster Mini-Lady. 10" Rose and Blue, from France, large flowered, early and more dis- ease tolerant than Dwarf Queen. 1972 California Pop- py Balerina Fluted petals like a ballerina's dress in a wide range of colors. 1972 Ccloslt Crusader scarlet with reddish leaves, Gold- en Torch golden yellow, Hollyhock Summer Cornival, 5 to 6 ft, annual, wide range of colors, double flowers. 197J Hol- lyhock Silver Puffs, sil- very pink. 1972 Marigold .Burpee's 7-Star Marigold, gleaming gold flowers, lar- gest flowered "mule" marigold (triploid hybrid-crosses be- tween big American and dwarf They bloom and bloom and never go to seed! Gold Galore 14 to double orange-gold All-Ameri- can 1972 winner. The next three are new Golden Boy 8 to similar to Petite Gold only taller ana larger flower- ed; Firelight red with gold centre; Sunlight maroon and gold. There are several new Pe- tunias for 1972. Double grandi- flora Grenadier red, Cowers; Circus Ail- American Winner, salmon-red- white, bicolor, early and free- flowering. Double multiflora Blue Empress blue, and Blue and White Empress bicolor; Ambassador red, good weather resistance; Red Cloud largest flowered red; Polynesia deep salmon, gold throat. Single multiflora Red Devil red with yel- low throat, very outstanding; Red Joy Improved, 12" lar- ger and earb'er than original Red Joy. Some oustanding var- ieties x-Blue Danube 12" THE FOLLOWING PAINT STORES WILL BE OPEN MONDAY THRU FRIDAY A.M. TO P.M. AND WILL CLOSE SATURDAYS at P.M. Effective Feb. 5th, 1972 THIS IS BEING DONE IN AN EFFORT TO SERVE OUR CUSTOMERS BETTED CANADA PAINT LTD. 474 7lh STREET S. PHONE 3J7-7513 GLIDDEN PAINT CENTRE 31S 7th STREET S. PHONE 328-4595 FREDDIE'S PAINT (Western) LTD. 816 3rd AVENUE S. PHONE 327.5540 Lavender blue. Double multi- flora Cherry Tart 15" rose-pink bicolor; Pearl Tart clear salmon. Single gran- diflora White Cascade 13" large flowers, bedding and hanging basket; Super White Improved ruffled, one of the largest white. 1971 El Toro 12" cherry red, early. X-Pink Magic 12" favorite bright rosepink for bedding; Sugar Daddy 12" bright, orchid, wine-red veins, weather resis- tant. Single multiflora Com- manche 15" scarlet-red, still very popular; Sugar Plum 12" deep orchid pink, veined or- chid purple. Snapdragon 1972 All-Britain Trials Winner Super Pink Bellflower, 26" frilly pink florets. 1971 All- American Winner Little Dar- ling 12" butterfly snap. X-Rocket Series 30 to 36" outstanding strain. Flora Car- pet 6 to excellent for edging. 1972 Verbena Ruffled Pink salmon-pink. Zinnia All-American Silver Medal Winner Carved Ivory, 24 to cactus flowered, huge, deep cream colored flowers. Ruffled Jumbo mixed colors, gigantic 6 to 7" cactus flowered type. 1971 Peter Pan Series. X-Wild Cherry, 28" Cherry Red. Vegetables Burpee Golden Beet does not bleed lie red bets; Hybrid Fl Ruby Ball Cabbage All-American Gold Medal 1972, extra early; Ultra Green Cabbage, uniform, late, heavy harvest; Hybird Fl Vic- tory Cucumber AU-Americaa Selection Bronze Medel 1972 all female plant, disease resis- tant; Illini Early Xtra Sweet Hybird Corn All-American Bronze Selections 1971, good for short season areas. Baby Bur- pless Jet Set Cucumber de- licious eaten very early. Tomato Bccteatcr new red, super-Beefsteak type, 60 days, large 2 Ib. fruit. NOTE-. All questions should be sent with self addrcssed- sUmpul, envelope lo Mrs. I. R. Young, 3620 Centre B. St. N.W., Calgary 43. Due lo the number of letters asking more than one question it is requested in future enquiries that only ONE question be submitted each time as it Is impossible for Mrs. Voung to reply to all correspondence and do her practical garden- ing as well. Package tours to Mardi Gras by Greyhound Lines New Orleans' Mardi Gras will be held Feb. 15. Greyhound Lines has four-night packages, Feb. 12-1G in New .Orleans, at per person, covering ho- tel, driver-escort, door-to-door service, tips for baggage han-1 dling. Transportation is extra, i return from Toronto; air travellers can use Greyhound arrangements; air fare from Toronto is plus tax. I Good measuring tools necessary USE A GOOD RULE COMBINATION SQUARE, IS HANDY TOOL. USE MAKI 5CRIBER TO THIN LINES FOR MARKING OFF, USE A DIVIDER By MR. FIX Holes that are off center, cuts that are not square, shelves that are not level, installations that are not plumb these all too often indicate a do-it-your- self project. You can avoid sloppy work. Measure everything twice, then again if there is any doubt. Use the proper tools. Wooden yardsticks given away as advertisements are fine for rough measurements but don't rely on them. Ends wear easily and the yardsticks get damaged and warped after a short time. Buy yourself a good rule for measuring. Convenient are the folding six and eight foot rules that are only eight inches long when closed. They are tipped with brass so that they will not become inaccurate due to wear. Flexible steel rules are very convenient. The rule spools up into a 'case about two inches square, such rules are more finely graduated than wood. A hook on the end makes them easy to use. Get one with a case that has one flat side and a hook that is movable for inside and outside measurements. When taking an inside measurement just add the size of the case. When you have measured and marked a line remember that the thickness of the line can affect the finished work if you are going to cut along it. A metal scriber or a knife will make .a thin line. Dull pencils Code set for charter flight ads TORONTO (CP) The Globe and Mall says it now requires charter flight advertisements to conform to a code set out by the Central Canada chapter of the American Society of Travel The newspaper, which says It is the first to take such action, lists the following information the advertisements must con- tain: and complete cost from departure point to arrival point. carrier airline and type of equipment (propeller or jet included in the price (meals, bar service and so of travel in both directions. from winch the charter departs. at which the charter arrives. contract number. The contract number is awarded to bona fide charter flights by the air transport com- mission. The code was developed by the travel body to counter diffi- culties many persons have en- countered after signing up for a charter. Visitor discount vouchers DUBLIN Visitors to Dub- lin between now and May 1, 1972 will be issued a book of 27 vouchers which entitles them to certain concessions in various items of tourist inter- est. In most instances there is a percentage discount ranging from 10 to 50 per cent. As examples, one voucher entitles the visitor to a 50 per cent re- duction on the admis s i o n charge to the ROSC art exhi- bition while another gives free admission to greyhound racing. Car rentals, hotel meals and shopping are also included in the vouchers which arc issued with the compliments of Dub- lin Tourism nt 14 Upper O'Conncll Street and 51 Daw- eon Street, Dublin. make lines that are too thick for accuracy. Get a try-square to check the squareness of small boards or the squareness of joints before making them permanent. A combination square provides the 90-degree angle of a try- square and a 45-degree angle as well. Other angles are marked off with a bevel or sliding T-bevel which is a try-square with an adjustable balds for angles from 0 to 180 degrees. Use a protractor to get the proper set- ting. A divider has two steel points, a compass has a pencil for one point. Use them for marking shall arcs and circles or for marking off equal distances along a line. When laying out a long line, instead of trying to draw a line from point to point, use a chalk line. A piece of string rubbed in blue chalk is stretched be- tween mesured points, then lift- ed slightly and snapped against the surface. What is left is a straight blue line. Use this method when laying floor tile or wall tile. (Newspaper Enterprise Assn.) Here's warm job for inside When cold weather stall! out- door home here is an idea for a warm, inside job. Putting up a new acoustical ceiling is considered one of the easiest do-it-yourself projects. Only ordinary hand tools are needed for installation. Hie is completely factory-finished and ready to use. The popular 12 x 12-inch size tile is commonly applied to 1 x 3-inch furring strips nailed at each joist crossing with 8 penny nails. Then, ttte U applied to the furring strips with 3 penny box nails or 9-16-lnch coated staples spaced six inches apart. Larger 2 x 4-foot lay-in pan- els are (or use with suspended ceilings of metal grid hung from wire or straps. Such ceil- ings easily conceal new electric wires, pipes or ducts. The grid also can be used to lower the high ceilings found in m a n y older homes. As a bonus, an acoustical ceiling can absorb up to 10 per cent of the excess noise that strikes it, claims the Acousti- cal and Insulating Materials As- sociation. Porch can add value, beauty By: DONALD R. BRANN If you've been thinking about adding a porch to your home this book will tell you how to do it easily and inexpensively. Part one takes the mystery out of preparing footings and foun- dations and continues step-by- step to covering with a shed or gable roof. Part two tells how to enclose the porch. Simplified directions also tell how to cut through a wall or remove a window to install a door. Whether you're building or remodelling mis handy book will show you how to do it and save money. Send ?2.23 in cash, cheque or money order (no stamps please) for Home Improvement Book No. 613, How to Build and Enclose a Porch to Carpen- try Dapt., The Lethbridge Her- ald, P.O. 4090, Postal Sta- tion Toronto, Ontario. (Copyright 1972, Toronto Star Syndicate) GARTH F. WHITE FRUEHAUF TRAILER COMPANY APPOINTMENT Basil E. Shapke, Branch Manager of Fruehauf Trailer Company of Canada Ltd., Calgary, takes plea- sure in announcing the appointment of Mr. Garth White as sales representative for the southern Alberta area and East Kooienay area of British Columbia. Mr. While has considerable experience in related fields, and is most anxious to meet with the many Fruehauf customers in these areas. Mr. White replaces Ron Chamberlain, who hoi been reassigned to the Vancouver branch of Frue- hauf Trailer Company. old style his style A mighty man was he -with a mighty thirst to match. His style? Lethbridge Old Style Pilsner! The beer big enough to quench a thirst that was hammered out of heat and fired in the forge. Beer slow-brewed and naturally aged for honest old-time flavour. Old Style Pilsner: you can't beat it! TRADITION YOU CAN TASTE- FROM THE HOUSE OF LETHIRIDQE ;