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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 3, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 TtlE lEIHORIPCS HERAID Friday, 3, W3 HOME OF THE WEEK HOMOGRAF CO. OF CANADA 40 JAIU'IS ST. nt KING EAST TORONTO 1, ONTARIO Please send me further details about obtain standard builder blueprints (or Design D21-176 I Or enclosed please find (plus 25 cents for band- 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 SOc tax free. NAME ADDRESS (LettO companionship or economy, many parents live with their married children. However few houses are de- signed for the purpose, giving the happy combination of pri- vacy and pioximity. The de- sign illustrated is ideal for the two generation family, provid- ing a one bedroom suite up- stairs and another complete living unit with two bedrooms on the ground floor. With only the one front entrance this slorey-and-a-half house has the appearance ot a single family dwelling. On ground level there are all the comforts and amenities of a two bedroom homo including separate hall to kitchen, full basement and fireplace in the I living room. Upstairs, the apartment has a living room, MR. FIX Few tools have had quite the revolutionary effect as has the paint roller. It has turned peo- ple into painters, people who wouldn't think of wicdling a paintbrush. An experienced painter can cover a lot of wall and ceiling space with a brush, more than an amateur possibly could. But the paiiil roller has put i the do-it-yourself on an almost equal footing with the pro. Not only can he cover the territory, he can do it in record time. The popularity of the paint roller has grown along with greater use of latex paints al though rollers are used with oi paints, too. But a roller and lex paint generally leaves a job I wilh no brush marks. The paint roller is a simple tool consisting of a fiber cov- ered roller and a EMPRESS Prices Effective in Lethbridge March 3-4 INUT BUTTER Homo or Chunk Style. 48-or. nel wt. lin SUPER SAVER Hawaiian Nalurat. 48 fl. 01. tin SUPER SAVER TOWN HOUSE cause a roller can simply and of relatively inex- pensive materials and because it sells for less than paintbrush, don't pennies are all you should in Choice. 28 fl. oi. tin SUPER SAVER dining kitchen, bedroom and full bathroom. It can be even more private if desired, by merely adding a door in the hall. With 24 feet in width, Ihe I house can bo built on a lot as I narrow as 34 to 36 feet. Exterior shown is brick, but the house can be built in any combination of frame and brick. YOUR GARDEN By Isabella R. Young, F.R.H.S. SWEET-SCFATED FLOWERS i double stocks. They were abso- T don't drink a garden is complete unless some fragrant flowers have been in- cluded. They add so much more enjoyment and pleasure to those who wander about from lutely beautiful. When the plants are up and growing well- limit the plants to R hours of daylight each day. Cover with black plastic after they receive the required number of hours of daylight. Soon you will no- one plant to another. When a tice "light and dark green leaves. The light colored ones will produce ihe double flowers so pull out tlio others. Carna- tions and Pinks also produce flowers with a spicey frag- rance, in many lovely colors. They are excellent for cutting. Another delightful, delicately lady uses perfume it seems to add a "special something" and even a man likes to apply scented lotions, etc. There is beauty and power in scent. Scent also atlracts insects. So along with color and form and to give your garden a little more character, here are some j scented plant is the Nastur- ecented flowers to grow. Sweet Peas and Roses come first on my list. While there are roses that may have lost some tium, rounded green leaves and flowers or or- ange, red. yellow, searlet etc I rather like Jewel Mixed, 12" of their original fragrance i it produces hundreds of flow through breeding, there are ers with fewer leaves ban ren A, n Miss All-America j ntoe Mignonette many varieties that are indis- pensable as far as perfume is concerned. Eroica, a dark red. won a medal for its scent. Then there is Fragrant Cloud, dark red: Command Perform- ance, orange red; Lady X, pink lavender; Miss All-America1 Beauty, deep rose pink1 Hallo- ween, orange; Gold Glow, yellow; Tropicana, orange red; Chrysler Imperial, deep crim- son red; Royal Highness, pink. There are many, many more. I will not elaborate on sweet pea varieties as most have a lovely scent, some stronger than others. They grow from the very tall to the Little Sweet- heart Bijou 12" and j Knee Hi For a lovely, lacey edging oi the other varieti I be sown right out in the garden around the middle of May. While it is not too showy, its perfume does have something in its favor. For something differ- ent, grow Datura or Angel's Trumpet, which is best treated ES an' annual here. The purple and also white, trumpet-shaped' sweetly scented flowers are very showy. The light green, prickly seed heads are also at- tractive. I should mention Night-Scented Stock (Matthiola bicornis) which truly comes alive at night, scenting up the whole bed where it is planted. Put some by a door or window where its lovely fragrance can drift into a room. There are other fragrant plants, but these are my favorites. Mrs. T. Can parsnips be some ui mt: a 1iL'iiuo., .I'" j. These make wonderful edging j started indoors in pots as they specimens. Plant in a rather! take such a long time to grow? sandy, poor soil in full sun.; Ans. With some root vegc- Bells" of Ireland- an all green j tables you can do this, but the flower has a lovely scent all its I parsnip is one that can only IK own, and unless you are fairly 1 seeded outdoors. It old-iashioncd will not .send down its long tap root in fact, it almost slops grow- ing' if transplanted. Book simplifies home panelling By DONALD R. BRANN Once upon a time, many home improvement jobs re- quired real carpentry skill and specialized experience. W h o n manufacturers of hardboard and plywood and publishers of dir eel ion a I material join- plant, there is Sweet Alyssum in while, pink, lavender and purple. They grow rjuickly from seed and may be sheared if they get too straggly. A lovely border may consist of white and purple Alyssum, with or without dwarf Marigolds. Com- bined with fibrous Begonias they are most effective. White Alyssum combined with pink Snaps and Sweet Basil make a lovely combination. Red Gera- niums or Petunias are nice edged with white Alyssum. The double Stocks have a de- lightful, spicey scent. Whne I say if you planted all the seeds from a package they would not ordinarily pro- duce all double flowers. To get a bed of "all doubles" there are certain things one must do. I Uiink the simplest method is limiting the daylight hours. I BUUWUII. tried it last year and ended up in place with pane, adhesive, with a bed of TOO per cent i nailed, or installed with match- ing metal moldings surfaced with wood veneer. The high lustrous finish of prcfinished panelling eliminates all on-the- job finishing. Over 800 illustra- A cheap roller- like any cheap tool, is a waste of money and a waste of the time you spend using it. Disposable mod- els may be appealing, espe- cially if you operate under the notion that using and throwing it away always has you using a new tool. The results arc gen- erally so bad that you will re- gret tiie choice. Get the kind of roller with an expandable sleeve or wire cage that the roller cover slips over. This provides solid back- ing for the cover. For a handle pick one that takes an extension. Then you can paint a ceiling without climbing a ladder. Outer surfaces vary widely with synlhetics generally better I than mohair. Smooth surfaces take a roller cover with a short nap1 rough surfaces require a longer nap. For most painting use the short or medium nap. A nap a quarter-inch long ts considered short and is used on very smooth surfaces such as previously painted surfaces. A medium nap is and can be used on smooth sur- fnccs plus stucco, concrete wall and textured walls. Use a long nap" for cinder block and paint wire fencing will) an ex- tra long nap. What'makes the medium nap the best compromise is not only the fact that it can be used on many surfaces but also its abi- lily to hold more paint ttian a sliort-nap roller, hence less dipping. Hie nap Is glued to n card- board surface on Ihe cheapest models, to a core impregnated with materials to make them porous on the better mod- els. n new roller may shed lint, condition it by dipping it in the paint tray and covering it completely. Then rool out the excess paint in the tray and roll the roller on sheets of pa- per ur.'.il it rolls dry. When painting carry as much paint as you can on the roller without allowing it to drip. Roll from a dry to a wet area. This avoids lap marks. Don't spin a j roller at the end of stroke since this causes spallering. (Newspaper Enterprise Assn.) Don't confuse the words! Prospective buyers of space i in an apartment complex some- times confuse the words "co- operaiive" and condominium. In a co-operative' you buy shares in a corporation which Strawberry or Raspberry. 48 fl. oz. tin EMPRESS 'V Assorted Flavours. 3-oz. nel wt. SUPER SAVER SAFEWAY Regular Grind, 1-lb. pkg. SEA TRADER SUPER SAVER 7J.i-oz, net wt. tin j- 1 I TASTE TELLS j BEAMS WITH PORK OR SPAGHETTI in T.5. 14 fl. oi. lin. I SUPER SAVER SUPER SAVER I I TOWN HOUSE VEGETAi I j Canada Fancy Cream Corn, Mixed Vegs., Carrots, Cul Wax or Cut Green Benns. 14 I I I Peas and 1 Fl. oi. tin L _- Assorted Flavours. 3-oz. nel wl. pkg................... SUPER SAVER GOLDEN YELLOW SUPER SAVER SUPER SAVER V V Size 48 s job finishing Over 800 illustra- 'a mort ,agc on thc lions take the mystery out of r condominium, you each step. Send SI .50 in cheque or mon- ey order (or Book No. GG5 How directional maii-uoi JIUM- ejr [or Book No. 6U5 How ed forces, simplified directions T'0 Appiy to Carpen- were produced that took all the i lrv rjcpt, The Lethbridge Her- fear, mystery and up to two ald p 0 Box 4090, Postal Sta- project. In a condominium, you buy your own unit in the apart- ment house, with each pur- chaser having an individual mortgage. thirds the cost out of moderniz- ig a room with paneling. If you have long admired c o d panelled walls, and hoped day to be able to afford same, your day has ar- rived. By following the step-by- step directions outlined in the book offered below, you'll be able to panel walk like magic. Factory prefinished plywood panels can be applied over cracked plaster, plasterboard, paint, wallpaper, concrete blocks or to studs in new con- stniction. They can be fastened aid, P.O Box 4090, Postal Sta- tion Toronto, Ontario. Editor's Note The Her- ald docs not handle incsc blueprints and It Is necessary to send requests for them to the above address in Toronto. Please write the address as printed. (Copyright Easi-Iiilrt Toronto Star Syndicate) PRAIRIE GARDEN 72 >28 Pages of Gardening Information WrUtsn by and for Prairie Gordenm In Full Color, Native Fruits Ornamental Trees and Shrubs P8ICE P.P. FROM 92 Queemtown St., Winnipeg 9, Marlloho Wyoming's nickname Wyoming is nicknamed the "Equality Slate" because ill gave women the right lo vole in one year afler it was j organized as a territory and 51 years before women could vote generally in the United Stales. or Rocst, bone-in or Rump Roast All tuts, Canada Choice Canodo Beef SUPER SAVER, Ib. Canada Choice, Canada Good SAVER, IB Canada Choice, Canada Good SUPER SAVEtt, IB. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES SAFEWAV CANADA SAFEWAY ;