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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, Juno 3, I97J THt HERALD Folding chair easy to build HOME OF THE WEEK By DONALD R. BllANN Slopping to buy gas at a crossroads station on a recent trip, I noticed a large display of outdoor furniture. Inspection revealed all hail been built from lull size patterns. When I complimented the owner on his craftsmanship, he told me how he happened to get started. His wife had sent for the patterns and insisted lie build one of the UUI15) ilU w..w then realized he was a lot nan- dier as an adult than he had in >rch, terrace, as readily as Light, yet Passport Photos Candid Pictur. Framing Pholo A. E. CROSS STUDIO Phoiu 3M-0111 710 3rd S. Phone 328-0222 GRAVEL Drain Rock 0 Washed Gravel 0 Fill and Base Gravel WILL DE11VER PHONE 327-6533 JIM DAVIS SAND AND GRAVEL COAIHURST in a _ i.l dy, easy to fold, convenient to I store, everyone finds this chair tops in comfort. Send in cheque, or money order for Folding Chair, Pattern No. ,311 to Carpentry Dept The Lethbridge Herald, P.O. Box 4090, Postal Station j Toronto, Ontario. Editor's Nole The Her- ald does not handle these blueprints and it is necessary lo send requests for them to llic above address in Toronto. Please write the address as printed. Toronto Star Syndicate) (Copyright Easi-Dild Air travel survey announced OTTAWA (CP) The Cana- dian Transport Commission an- nounced here it will survey 400 persons in each of six Canadian cities to determine the qualities the public looks for in air travel service. The commission said the sur vey, affecting Halifax, Quebec City, Ottawa, Toronto, Edmon- Outstanding are the clere- ton and Vancouver, will be car-1 story windows in the living ried out tlu's month on a door- room supporting the upper por- to-door basis by Market Facts Or the studio ceiling SD of Canada, a Toronto organiza- different from the prevailing lion. larger glassed areas and also The commission said it will more economical to heat. Ev- use data collected for a special erv window has a purpose; ven- study on air service standards, tilation, lighting or view, and, this cottage has added one more GRANT function beauty. Three good- OTTAWA (CP) Health sized bedrooms have roomy Minister John Munro announc- cupboards and corner windows, ed today the family planning There is easy traffic circulation 44'-Op HOMOGBAF CO. OF CANADA 40 JARVIS ST. at KING EAST TORONTO 1, ONTARIO Please send me further details about how to obtain standard builder blueprints for DESIGN B3-MB Or enclosed pleasi. find (plus 25 cents for hand- ling 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 des- igns is available at 50c tax free. NAME division of iiis department has made a grant to a fam- ily planning clinic in Yellow- knife, N.W.T. K The money will be used for salaries, office space, and clin- ic programs. ____ m both sleeping and active areas. There are nine closets and storage areas kitchen csbinets. Exterior is vertical boards and brick, ac- cented by a wool trellis and low brick planter. The floor nlan shows the basementless basement plan may be ordered. -s srsr Coping condensation To the Young Man who can Handle Responsibility Challenging positions are available if you ore ready for responsibility, having it lead to promotional op- portunities. If you are, you probably fit this description: are young and aggressive -You may have had banking, credit, sales finance or loan company experience (although this is nit essential) -You have at least high school education-or belter -You like people and have a flair for dealing with them -You are Interested in learning more about leasing and equipment and commercial financing If you have these qualifications, you may be one of the capable young men we ore looking for. Apply or write to: W. H. KING G. N. IARKE IAC LIMITED 424 7th St. S. lethbridge How to overcome sweating pipes By MR. FIX If you didn't know warm veather had arrived, you know t the moment all those cold- ater pipes in your basement >egin sweating and dripping. oisture in the air hits the cold rface, condenses and the next ing you know puddles on Is particularly hot weather problem. It is ot only annoying, it also can e damaging. Anything stored in the imme- ROYAL BANK Careers in Management SCOPE FOR INDIVIDUAL GROWTH AND ADVANCEMENT OPPORTUNITIES FOR FURTHER EDUCATION SALARY FULLY COMMENSURATE WITH QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE ATTRACTIVE FRINGE BENEFIT PROGRAMS We have a number of openings lead- ing to management positions for in- dividuals with financial or olher business experience. Successful can- didates will receive comprehensive on-trie-job training supplemented by formal inslruction courses followed by interesting assignments In a vari- ety of branches throughout Alberla, Subsequent openings will occur in a wide variety of situallans which we would be pleased to discuss wilh In- terested applicants. Promotion is based on merit and opportunities for advancement aro excellent. DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS Those we are seeking sliould possess at leost a year or two business ex- perience preferably in a financial selling. Previous training will be carefully evaluated but in the final analysis maturity, Initiative and a tlrong interest In working successfully with olhers wilt be the most impor- tant iriteria in selecling candidates. For furlher information telephone or B. K. Wershler Employment Officer P.O. Bag Service 2534 Calgary 2r Alberta Telephone: 248-3484 or call on any of our branch managers diate area is bound to be dam- aged mildew and rust. You must eliminate the mois- ture and you must prevent the pipes from sweating. Since you cannot keep the air completely dry, consider the prevention of sweating pipes-In any event. This is done by insulating the pipes. A number of insulating materials are available for wrapping around. The. material should offer both insulation and a vapor barrir so that it does not become saturated itself. WRAP PIPE WITH 'LA5TIC CORK JSE VAPOR-PROOF TAPEOVERFIBER- TUBING IS EASY TO APPLY GLASS llMSULATION TALKING TO THEM HUPS Mrs. V. Whin, 1023 16 St S found this double yellow tulip blooming In her flower gorden Sundoy. She said she likes gardening and In flowers. She feels her flowers ore but what makes them beautiful in- her opinion, is the fact that she talks to them. Mrs. Wtiilt saia sne plants are beaulifi-'l so she tells them they ere and they grow all the nicer. Mrs. Whitt had a red double tulip last year._____________________________ form is a tape of a plas- 1 glass around the pipe. Then use ccork maeriarSat is adhe- the vapor-proof tape (genndtr Shacked and which can be an aluminum tape) over it. This Tapped around the pipe and holds the fiberglass m place eft in place. Just wrap and while protecting it as well. ress The material is water- Don't neglect elbows, tees and rot and! therefore, needs no valves. Cut small pieces to Sure barrier. Wrap tightly use in these areas. o Uiat no is exposed be; A trifle more expensive, but ween the turns of the tape. very attractive, Is plastic foam. Fiberglass insulation is very Tubing is made of the material effective This must be used and is applied by slitting the with a separate vapor barrier tubing along one side and then er the ie. Seal the WORLD ALMANAC FACTS that I i UUI If Illtnni S Ull Lit' I larate vapoi UCUHCL ipped around the fib- filling it over the pipe. Seal the wrap the fibre- cut with adhesive or with tape. There are some forms of mas- tic on the market that can he troweled on. When dry, a water- proof surface is formed. With the pipes insulated, you have eliminated the problem of dripping pipes but not the one of excessively moist air. Remove excess moisture be- fore it can damage other sur- faces. Good ventilation is the key. Open basement windows whenever it is warm and dry outside. Use a dehumidifier If moisture is too troublesome. (Newspaper Enterprise Assn.) SHELL VARIES Tlw shell of a turtle varies in shape according to the species or the way of life of the turtle. IVo column tliis iveek Due to the Illness Tsa- belle R. Young of Calgary, no garden column Is avail- able for this week. Hopefully the column f o r southern Alberta gardener! will appear next week. Chop suey is a foci which was concocted in New York City in August, 1896. The World Almanac says that chop suey was first prepared by Chinese Ambassador Li Hung- Chang's chef as a dish which would appeal to both American and Oriental taste. QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Dental Mechanic Capilot Bldg. PHONE 328-7684M SAFETY DEPARTMENT OFFERS Commercial Tasting Bicycle Safety Training ______ _ Safety Driver Education and Training Advanced Defensive Driving Couriet Girl and Her Car Care Courses School Safety Patrol Training Safely Education lectures ALBERTA MOTOR ASSOCIATION 3rd Ave. S., Lethbridge 328-1771 IT'S NOT TOO LATE TO PLANT See us for a complete selection of Nursery Stotk Treet and Shrubs IN CONTAINERS SHADE TREES UP TO 14 FEET Lacombe Nurseries Ltd. 5 miles E. on No. 3 Hwy. Coaldale PHONE 345-4633 CLOSED SUNDAYS OPEN EVENINGS GARDEN PLANNING OUR SPECIALTY in dried bouquets aw orange-colored Chinese Ian- terns. _______ _ While you'll have to wait un- til next year for Chinese lan- terns even if you sow seeds early tiiis year, you II be so de- licti ted when they appear, il will seem worth the delay. Sow seeds in any warm, sunny place onldoors where plants can spread without en- croaching on other plants for rools arc fai reaching and in- vasive, Seeds take several wcefcs lo sprout. Seedlings, if too close can lie thinned and excess plants movcJ elsewhere. The inconspicuous flowers ap- pear in mid-summer of the sec- ond year and shortly afler you'll notice Ihe lanterns grow ore formed by the calyx, the green parts outside the flower petals, enlarging to pro- tect the fruit. Open one lanlern arid you II see the bright red fruit inside. It is said to be edible. Chinese lanterns arc grown for their interest in Ihe garden, but more so in arrangements for winter use indoors. Since lanterns often fall off their stems, they may be wired onto them or onto artificial stems of some other plant. Some lanterns may be cut while still green, some when green and orange, others when fully colored. If carefully dried they'll remain the same colors and lend variety to arrange- Try Before You Buy UP TO 30-DAY TRIAL ON YOUR DOCTOR'S RECOMMENDATION SMITH-JONES HEARING AID SERVICE RIPLIY OPTICAl 618 3rd Ave. S. Phone 328-5447 A FAMILY CAMPGROUND Opening June 11 to Sspt. 4 9 Miles SoulH ef Eeaicr, Alberto Roads to Ihe campground will be marked with Y slgnl. FiSHING RIDING NATURE TRAILS SWIMMING CLIMBING Capacity far 20 units or approximately parsons per c'ay Cempcround fee: per clay and tpece Meals ond programs are also available en liie tile CAMPGROUND IS FUUY SERVICED JUNE '11-SPECIAL QPENENG For information contact Ihe lel'ibridgs Family Y 515-9 Street South or phone 328-7771, Lethbridge RENT-A BOBCAT Available by the Day, Week or Monlh (with or without operator) 9 Landscaping Hog tin Cleaning Hauling Back Filling Driveway Excavaling Corral Cleaning Phone 328-4765 EQUIPMENT RENTALS 1410 2nd Avenue S. ;