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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE IETHBRIDG5 HERAID frielay, March 10, W3 HOME OF THE WEEK Spring repairs lie just ahead Tlic Colonial split lfvt-1 house illustrated contains two bed- rooms on boil1, Iho unriper and lower li-vels with t'.'ich level having its own Lull bathroom nith ins ins. Kor addi- tional space UK- upper k-vcl is cantilevcrcd over the lower. Living room and dining room form an J, with a good sized kitchen over loO Mjuare (cot ......tuck eel into the of the Tlie living rnoin tooLs on to .1 protci'U'd portico. All bedroms IUHT ample closet spncc. in addition the two rear bedrooms have1 Lmill- in dressers. A .skoleh is avail- able w'itli plrms to btiikl a two car garapi'. Ttmutln Mar S> Do pain I spraying DESIGN No, CH- 1012 Main Floor and Upper Level. Sq.ft. lower Level 510 Sq.Ft. Bedroom V- 12x10-2 I Spraying tjuic'k drying enam- el, lacquers and paints with a vacuum cleaner attachment or other household, contrivance is business. Most of I he j quick-drying contain S vohttik' liquids. Their vupor.s j mised with air set up an explo potential be off by sparks in the vacuum cleaner motor, i All pa i r.t .spraying should bo none outdoor.'; if possible. Other- open nil u-incUms and doors for thorough ventilation and ever y precaution ojx'ii such as a pilot light on the kitchen range, sparks sucli as those caused by electrical c o n n e c tion.s, and j never smoke. i HOMOGHAF CO. Of CANADA -10 JARVIS ST. at KIVG KAST 'I'OROXTO J. ONTARIO Please send mo further details about how to obtain standard builder blueprints for Design S-t-1012 Or enclosed pleasi. find 51.00 (plus 25 cents for band- ling and mailing! for which send me the new Design Rook entitled "Fourth and Country Homes Designed For Canadians." An additional 18- page book of duplex and multiple income home des- icns is available at 50c tax free. n.v MH. FIX No mailer bow beautiful spring is, you won't have to j look very hard to find evidence of the ravages of winter. Spring repairs arc not so met hi rig you can finish up in a day or One jot) you can begin even before temperatures rise is get- ting the screens ready to put up. Clean them and paint and repair Uiem i[ they need it. When it does gel to he timo to take the storm inflows down, check over. Paint them if needed and put them away clean. Make certain they are numbered so you can put them back in the same win- dows, When weal her permits, ex- amine the trees on your prop- j erly. Remove lor have remov-L broken or cracked limbs. E Cheek for sagging fence posts. Straightening the post and j lamping the earth may he nil j that is needed, hut look closely for rot at ground level. You j may have to replace a post. i Masonry suffers most from j the alternate freezing and thaw- ing temperatures. Small cracks last fall are large by now. Check the foundation of your house, drives, sidewalks, brick steps, chimney. Pick a warm day for concrete anti mortar repairs. Don't try if temperatures are below 50 de- grees. Clean out all loose material before filling the crack. concrele or mortar patch ma- terial that you mix with water and mix only what you can use right away. Ci u t1 e r s and downspouts, weakened by the weight of ice, should be put in shape before heavy spring rains. Make certain hangers are cure. Clean out all the leaves, twigs antl dirt that have ac- cumulated.. Repair holes using asphalt cement and scraps of metal of the same type that thq gutter is made of. Take a look at (he roof before the rains begin. Loose shingles should he rcnailctl, missing ones replaced. Have this done by a professional if the roof is too high or steep. If you can j reach the shingle yourself, re- i member to put a dab of cement over every nail head. Check cauling joints all over the house. Recanlk nec- essary. Paint that is peeling or blis- tered should be scraped. Prime the spots on a dry day, Add another coat as soon as you can. Get your power mower start- ed now. Use fresh fuel and oil. Check it early so there is time to repair i( before the grass starts shooting up fast. (Newspaper Enterprise Assn.) NAME ,VDDRESS Face valnns will fluctu V ate with international exchange j rates and, according to Jamai- can law, the coins cannot bo, sold under face value, which will require the fluctuating sales rate. However, orders will he accepted as long ns pos- siblc the fiijure. calnnel oi filling trim Prof coins will aho be For safety, tlto pnim can IK- re- nvailabie uilh nn eslablishefl i traded when not in use Urn priffi of for the coin and i same as a lead poinl. s MISSES' BUBBLE POIYESTER KNIT 2-PIECE CHESTERFIELD Reg. SPECIAL Reg. yd, 3.34 SPECIAL YARD Reg. 5.96 SPECIAL, EACH -Mulligroda JW-30W Regular case of 24 tins 16.99 SPECIAL -Sizes? lo II SPECIAL. PAIR Reg. 3.99 SPECIAL EACH LADIES' SATIN GLO NYLON MISSES' NYLON Reg. 84c SPECIAL, PAIR Reg. 1.49 SPECIAL, EACH INTERIOR OR EXTERIOR Reg. 4.21 per gal. SPECIAL, PER GAt, Reg. 6.77 SPECIAL, EACH MFG. SUGGESTED LIST PRICES INDOOR- OUTDOOR 38 to 44 Sprnq colors Reg, SPECIAL, EACH Reg. 99c SPECIAL, EACH ndoor-Ouldoor x 36" Rubber backing Easy to core for Reg. 1.79 SPECIAL, EACH Reg. 6.96 SPECIAL, PAIR MERCHANDISE ON SALE FRIDAY 6 TO 9 P.M. AND ALL DAY SATURDAY 9 A.M. TO 6 P.M. Zelkr's Shopping Centre On Mnyor Magratii Drive Open Duily 9 o.m- to 6 p.m. Thuriday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Telephone 328-8171 the number of proofs struck or sold, there mil be means that since the gold piece intended for circulation throughout the world, returning U.S. tourists or foreign tourists to the United States will have rent silver before they will be allowed to pass customs- Canadian place their orders with al Coin Corp., to distribute the Jamaica gold piece through its Nassau subsidiary in the Ba- hamas but this license docs not relieve the ban against bring- ing goid into the United States. A thick darning needle will fit into the average patented pencil of tlic refutable type. It provides a fine stylus point For marking wood with a fine line when you are gointf careful ;