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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 9, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IETHBRIDOI HERALD Friday, Juns 1771 HOME OF THE WEEK Eye-catching exterior styling and an excellent floor plan make this Colonial ranch wor- thy of study. Double doors lead Into a spa- cious foyer with guest closet. The designer has effectively loned the various areas. The bedroom wing is of by itself for maximum privacy and quiet, while the activity area is on the opposite side of the house. Traffic circulation is ex- cellent from the foyer directly into the living room kitchen or bedroom %ving. The kitchen will charm the homemaker! Not only is there plenty of "elbow room." but plenty of wall space also. The range is free stand- ing, allowing complete circula- tion throughout kitchen and nook. A large pantry is pro- vided just off tha hall beside the kitchen. The nook is really a room in itself, with plenty of space to feed the whole fam- ily. A separate dining room, however, is available for more formal dining. The living room has a wide window wall for natural day- light. The family room has sliding doors to the rear gar- den and a mammoth fireplace occupying one whole wall, adds hospitality to tlu's room. A pow- der room with an elegant built- in vanity serves this area which also includes the laundry room no need to go down to the Special woods for violins perfect resonance ot a fine violin is attributed to the wood used in its making. The silver fir of Europe is used for the top of the Instrument ant European sycamore is used for the back. basement. From this point there is direct entry to the garage, outdoors, or basement. To the left, the four good sized bedrooms and two bath- rooms provide the quiet area of the house. The master's room is a dream come true! It has everything spacious walk-in closet, private bath with tub and shower, built in vanity in the bathroom and another in the bedroom, and sliding doors to the patio! Undoubtedly this home would be an asset to any neighbourhood. (Copyright 1572. Toronto Star Syndicate) HOMOGRAF CO. OF CANADA 40 JAR VIS ST. at KING EAST TORONTO 1, ONTARIO Please send mo further details about how to obtain standard builder blueprints for Design R4-1612 Or enclosed pleast 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 of duplex and multiple income home des- igns is available at EOc tax free. NAME ADDRESS Oeth.) YOUR GARDEN By Isabelle R. Young, F.R.H.S. LONG-TERM STORAGE OF POTATOF.S THOUGHT the following article from the Leth- bridge Research Station would be of interest to readers, espe- cially those who grow large crops of potatoes. "Potatoes harvested in Sep- tember or October may re- quire long periods of storage before they are marketed. Ideally, potatoes should be in marketable condition until the early crop is available the fol- lowing year. During the f i r s t three or four months the tubers are dormant and will not sprout regardless of storage condi- tions. After this period, how- ever, high temperatures will in- duce rapid sprouting accompa- nied by moisture loss and con- sequent shrivelling of the tubers. "The development of sprouts can be delayed by maintaining proper storage conditions, which should include tempera- tures in the 40-45 degree range, a relative humidity of about 95 per cent, and adequate circula- Outdoor picnic time at hand By DONALD R. BRANN When the afternoon sun be- to set, and the mind and body turn toward dinner why not enjoy a change of pace with a picnic in your own backyard. Eliminate the danger of crowd- ed highways, save time, tem- per, your car's fenders, and still enjoy the same sky, slars and soft moonlight. The fun and festivities begin the minute you make the suggestion, provided you have an outdoor picnic ta- ble. The one illustrated can he built to 6 ft. length or longer from stock lumber. The full-size pattern offered below explains every step in language every- rne can readily follow. Assem- bly Illustrations show exactly wiiere each piece is fastened while a purchase list of mate- rials specifies what to Iniy and where each is used. Even loca- tion of bolt holes are shown on pattern to further simplify con- struction. Send in cash, cheque, o money order for Pattern No. 22 Picnic Table to Carpentr; Dept, The Lethbridge Heralc P.O. Box 4090, Postal Station Toronto, Ontario. Editor's Note The tier aid docs not handle these blueprints and it is necessary lo send requests for them to the above address in Toronto. Please write Hie address as printed. (Copyright 1971. Toronto Star Syndicate) It never moves The North Star Is direcll over the axis on which th earth spins, so rotation of th earth rtop-s nol affect ils tion as it is peen from the earth. ion of air. Few storage struc- tures will maintain these condi- ions into June and July. Con- equently, other methods are equired to retain the tubers in marketable condition. "Chemicals are available that can be used to prevent sprout development. The chemical maleic hydrazide, which is available under various trade names, may be applied lo the oliage' of the growing plant, where it is absorbed and trans- o c a t e d to the developing tubers. The stage of develop- ment of the plant when the ap- plication is Made is very criti- ral. Directions given on the la- >el must be followed carefully. Another chemical, C.I.P.C. may be applied as a vapor to potatoes in storage or as spray to the potatoes after washing. It is absorbed direct- y into the buds and prevents .he sprouts from developing. "Regardless of which chemi- cal is used, certain manage- ment decisions must be made well ahead of the marketing time. Most important is to esti- mate tile quantity of potatoes that is to be carried over for the spring and early summer markets. If maleic hydrazide is to be used, this decision must be made in July, fully 10-12 months before the marketing period. When C.I.P.C. is used, the decision can be delayed un- til December or January, al- though ducting for vapor appli- cation must be installed before the storage period begins. Po- tatoes for seed should not be treated or stored in structures containing treated tubers." Mrs. P. Would you please tell me how deep to plant rhu barb and strawberries? Ans. The eye or bud o rhubarb is placed just below tin surface of the soil. With rcgari lo strawberries, the centre o the plant or crown is planter even or just sitting on the soi surface. Do not bury the crown but make sure that all the root are covered. The plants are spaced 13 to 24 inches apart in rows 24 to 30 inches aparl. NOTK: All questions should he sent with self addressed, stamped, envelope to Mrs, 1. R. Yonng. 3820 Centre B. St. N.W.. Calgary 43. Due to the number nf letters asking more than one question it is requested In future- enquiries (hat only ONB qnestion be submitted each time as it is impossible for Mrs. Yoiln to reply to all correspondence ami do hrr practical garden tug tf wr.lL Snapshot tips for waters Snapshots add a new dim en- ion to boating fun, but there are a few photographic bugs that should be guarded against verexposure water reflects ar more light than ground sur- ace. Use fast shutter speeds 00th or of a and don't brace against the loat because it's moving all the ime. Watch out for water on he lens, too; even one drop can ipoil the picture. Finally, protect that camera rom the. jarring It'll probably ;et in the boat. Be sure to se- me the camera, and not to eave it loose and unprotected on the boat seat. Vacation pictures need action One good rule for vacation pictures is to include people. You can add Interest if you have them doing something. Action makes a picture some- thing special, and there are plenty of natural situations to }e found while camping that will make the pictures easy to ''n ard fun to look at later on. There are innumerable camp-life scenes: mother cook- ing breakfast and the children putting up the tent; the kids getting washed in a stream. The important thing is to have them fit naturally into the theme of the picture. They arc your models; use them imagin- atively. Repainting ahummim Repainting aluminum Is much the same as repainting any other surface. If the old coating is In good condition and is adhering soundly, remove dirt and other surface debris. If the old finish is extremely smooth or glossy, better ad- hesion will be obtained by roughening it with steel wool or sandpaper. If the old coating has chip- ped or is peeling and the bare metal Is exposed, sand the sur- face to sniocth out rough edges ami to remove loose Prime the hare spols and then apply one or two finish POINTING THE WAY TO GREAT SAVINGS AT SAFEWAY x- RAISIN BREAD V SKYLARK FRESH WHITE OR BROWN SLICED 16-or. net wi. loof APPLE JUICE TOWN HOUSE, PURE, CANADA CHOICE 48 fl. ec. tin SUPER SAVER PINEAPPLE TASTE TELIS, SLICED, TIDBIT, CRUSHED 14 H. oz. tin 2; ROLLS V SKYLARK PLAIN DINNER, POTATO, SESAME............... Pkg. of 12 1 FROZEN VEGS IQc BEL AIR, CANADA FANCY, MIXED VEGETABLES, PEAS AND CARROTS OR mt GREEN PEAS................................. 2-lb bag H MARGARINE DALEWOOD, COLORED, PARCHMENT WRAPPED Mb. pkg. GROUND COFFEE SAFEWAY ALL PURPOSE Mb. pkg. FLOUR .19 HARVEST BLOSSOM or ROBIN HOOD ALL PURPOSE..................20 Ib. 009 PURE LARD SWIFT'S Mb, pkg. 5 BATH. TISSUE TRULY FINE, TOP QUALITY, ASST. COLORS 420-? ply 4 roll pkg. ROUND STEAK or RUMP ROAST .09 FULL SLICE BONE-IN ALL CUTS. CANADA CHOICE CANADA GOOD BEEF Ib. 1 ROAST STEAK BEEF, CHUCK, CANADA CHOICE CANADA GOOD BEEF .69" PORK CHOPS 1 FRESH, CENTRE LOIN Ib- CANTALOUPE 4 it00 CALIFORNIA, FRESH, JUMBO SIZE NEW POTATOES 10 CALIFORNIA, WHITE, CANADA NO. t Cello bog PRICES EFFECTIVE in Lelhbridge June 9 10. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES SAFEWAY CANADA SAFEW ;