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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THE UMimsinot HERAIO fndoy, Moy s, HOME OK THE WEEK New furniture for die garden? ny noNAi.n n. HISA.VV To most people, the sea.son of i the year is H period of time> scheduled (in the calendar. Others, and their number is increasing Fast, have discov- ered they can relive any sea- son as often, and whenever they choose by refusing their i mcnlnlcns. (Ihc mind's They start celebrating Christ- mas early in October by build- ing outdoor Christmas decora- tions. They conjure the spirit of spring by building outdoor j furniture in the winter. Since outdoor living time Is I just around the corner, it's time to do sometliing about getting the necessary furniture. If you would like to wrought a little seasonal magic, buy materials and start building the furniture i illustrated. As a big bonus for j j your effort, you'll find working j with wood practically eliminates I I nervous tension. The pattern offered I) e 1 o lakes all Ihe mystery nul of furnillire hliilclilifr. Only a slight with a hammer and .'u'l'-v is required to do a pro- fessional job. The pattern not only provides full size template for each component part, shows where to drill holes, what size screws and bolts to use. but also explains every step in language everyone can understand. The settee, measuring 47" wide, is built from Pattern No. 55; chair from Pattern No. 56. Both pieces fold for easy stor- age. Send SI.60 in cheque or money order for Pattern No. 55-5S to Carpentry Dept., The Letlibridge Herald, P.O. Box 4030, Postal Station Toroii. to, Ontario. Editor's Nole The Her- ald docs not handle these blueprints and it is nrcnssary lo send requests for them to Hie iihovc address in Toronto. Please ivrile tlic address as lirinlrd. Assure lamih' years ol fimfurtablc living when you decide upon a lour level home design. The one illustrated has been especially designed for a narrow lol in locations where land i.s al n premium. A covered front entrance leads to dtninc-living area, kii- clicn and cosy family nnok. The topmost level has three hodrnoms and bath, the laun- dry and garage are on the level under them, and the lowest level contains furnace, fruit win and large basement area. A sink forms the separa- tion beHrecii kitchen and fam- ily nook, and beside the broom closet, under the bedroom clo-. room is a convenient pantry. This though plan has been designed to meet sized IIOMOGRAF CO. 01-' CANADA 40 JARVIS ST. al KING EAST TORONTO 1. ONTARIO Please send me further details about how to obtain standard builder blueprints .'or Design S3-503 Or enclosed pleas', find SI.00 (plus K ccnls for hand- ling and mailing i for which send me the new Design Book entitled "Fourth and Country Homes Designed For An additional 18- page book of duplex and multiple Income home des- igns is available at .50c tax free. NAME ADDRESS (Leti.) i tiie lower level. Al-1 railing divides the foyer from there are two good the living room. Exterior is a windows, there is still happy combination of brick the needs of a growing family, plenty of clear wall area in the and siding and the plans show whether you plan for a recrea- living room for furniture ar- a plant on either side ol lion room, workshop or hobbies rangements. Ornamental iron the front door. Art of soldering for leaky pipes By MR. Copper water pipe is in uni- versal use now but it wasn't I always so. There was a time when iron and steel pipe were is spread all around. Run the flame of your torch all around the fitting. You must get the metal hot enough so that the solder will melt when it touches YOUR GARDEN By Isabelle R. Young, F.R.H.S. common (you will still find; the surface. Do not melt the 'them in very old homes t and solder the flame. If fr.e working with those materials p solder does not melt on contact 1 LOWLK E.MBLKMS ,ne Lily or Western Mood ly beautiful flower. The lip is which was officially adopted. inflated into a bladder like YT'HEX 1 went down town on as their floral emblem in 19-11. pouch. Trailing Arbutus or May n bus recently, there was] The upright [lowers arc orange i flower, whose lovely fragrant poster depicting Ihe flower emblems of Canada I thought how nice it would be to write abouI these. Slarting wilh British Colum- to orange red with black spots blossoms ranye from white to and grow 12 to 24 inches high, i light pink, is the floral emb- It grows in many places .such 1cm of Nova Scotia. It is as moist meadows, dry hill and fields, roadsides, etc. The prostrate, shade loving plant, around ti inches or less bia. there is the Dogwood. Prairie Crocus is Ihe emblem high. Blooming period is May of Manitoba and it is found'and June. The. Purple Violet is shrubs or trees, some having j throughout the Prairie Prov- i the flower emblem of N e w ven colorful foliage in the inces In open fields and on hiils Brunswick. This dainty flower fall. Others have striking color- J from April to May. Sometimes is usually found in moist places, ed hark. The flowers are ulute'you will find their showy, blu- ish purple flowers pcciping up meant using Lape and dies to cut threads and heavy equipment for the mere handling of it. Copper pipe is far easier lo work with, is more durable, more resislenl to corrosion. The equipment is Ihe kind you can use for many chores and it is not expensive. Since it is light in weight you will have no trou- ble in handling large amounts of it without help. You can cut copper pipe with with the metal, keep heating H. Concentrate the solder at the joint It will be drawn into the join little remaining OD the surface. Keep the solder I moving all around the joint so that it will be distributed even- ly. Remove the flame and wipe off excess solder with steel wool. Solder that piles up around the joint is not only sloppy, it or creamy white Albert a'.s emblem is the Wild Roto. This is a bushy shrub with medium green foliage and stems, that can be (ound almost anywhere in Al- hcrta. blooming from June to August. Tlic petals are different shades of pink golden sta- mens in the centre. H became Allvrla's floral emblem in 1930 when the school children voted nn ii. It is not only beautiful, kil (he scent is so enjoyable. Saskatchewan has the Frai- open u oods and boggy mead- ows, i at you through the snow. This The Wild Flag or While Iris lovely flower was chosen as the 'is Quebec's flower emblem. official floral emblem of this Members of this family usually Province in 1906. liavc creel basal, sword like The floral emblem of Prince flat leaves and grow from rhi- Edward Island is Lady Slip- j zomcs, corms, bulbs or fibrous will ir per. which is found in moist, rools. For Ontario, the floral rich woods and by ponds and emblem is Ihe While. Trillium, streams from June lo July. These lovely spring flowers are While it docs grow in Ihese quite easy to identify. They moist situations, it docs like1 have three leaves, joined to- some sun to show it off to full gelhcr al Ihe stem, above which advantage. They have long. rises a single flower, with three graceful stems uilli a distinct- j petals, eilher white or colored. Some have a rather disagree- able odor. Most require a moist soil. The Pitchcrplant (Darh'ngto- r.eai is Newfoundland's floral emblem. These ralhcr unique carnivorous planls have nar- Clcar I Mr. Lcilch said thai nntler row leaves whose (ops curve Trust shareholders slim pickings FILE ROUGH EDGES ,-LEFf FROM CUTTING SPREAD FLUX ON BOTH PIPE AND .THE FITTING CLEAN COPPER PIPE WITH EMERY CLOW GET THE VMETAL HOT- J. I 'II .Ul OUllI I [lil I llilllL I of Iho affairs of Scan- exist i n g legislation depositors over and dov.Tiwanl. look i n g amount of culling to _ OP i i ,-i .1 i i i i nn on 1 n nhmn en nr EDMU.VTON mg up Trust nf Albrrla could pro- in a trust company have .somewhat like the hooded cobra enough nsscis for full pay- -call on its assets, and Ihe dc- India "another name for this (he rompanv's dc- posits are guaranteed There was no gimranlcr lhal a shareholder would gel his in back. a hacksaw. Equip it. fine-toothed Wade. Jl you have men! company's rlc- pusiU'iT. A M 11 r n c y General Mi-n LcHdi said Wednesday ji is not likely there will hr h loft nvrr for dis- 'rirjlltion [o sharefiolcfcrs, he I old Rny Farran I PC Cal- cnry Ililli in the lugisla- i lure. Tlir Irusi company ran inlo financial d i f f i cullies several I years ago and was placed un- tlpi receivership lo Ihe proun- fial government. Dogs shouldn't fertilize lawns The company had its head- quarters in Calgary and has 11 branches throughout Alberta. planl i. Hoods r.nrJ appendages bear numerous lionoy plands and inward pointing hnirs. In- st'cls c'ulur easily, hut find it is difficult id Ret out apaiii as they fallow SH'fiofi.vJf trail to the rim nf reservoir and slip Time edition lo he printed al .Montreal do. gnL yourself a lubinp culler. Tlicy are not expensive, they cut quickly and they leave a neat edtfc. Copper pipe is joined solder. Use a propane hlou- torch for maximum heat and convenience. You will need .sol- der, flux, a small round file, steel wool and emery cloth to complete your equipment down lo the bottom of the hol- low stock. They soon dissolve in this diizeslive liquid and so Income fowl for the plant. Tho Turn off ,hc walcr ,v bp. droopy petals of Ihe flouer al-! forc vou cut anv a ways face downward. fcw SQ fljl] I included I he- N n r L h. drain from the pipe. If waier Territories whose flower remains, it will cause a poor emblem is the Mountain Avcns. j Border joint sinee the moist pipe These lovely yellow or while will not completely heated. flowers bloom June to August. TUHUNTO (CD Stephen I The floucr emblem of Ihe Yu- Wipe out the pipe rags lo make certain if is dry. LnKiic, president of Time Can- kon is the l-'ircwccd, whose; AHcr you cul the check ada. said Wednesday thai print- cnlnr is a red purple. This is for roiifih and burrs. File of Time's Uriiisli Columhia ralhiM- a beautiful flower with rough edges, working on of Time's Uriiisli Columbia edition will be done in Montreal inslead of Vancouver, effeelive wiln the May edition. Mr La Kim Maid in nn inter- Ibal Mm move mnde beraiL'-f of a recent decision by j !he Hrilisti Columbia SnpreiiT' i f'ourt npluildint; n provinnal In" prohibiting Ihr nf mac I ay inns containing lifjimr and i arelte 1 Me said Time's Prairie edilnm crtnliiinr lo le prinlfd in ar-'fnr. rr for Ihr liiiu- Iti-nv .1! Ir.r.L 1L< foliage. MU'l-.: All slioiild lir srnl M illi self mldres'-ril- mvrlnpr Mrs. I It. Yumm. Crnlrr II. M. lean Ihir in (hr. nnmlirr of Irllrrs mnrr Minn fnr it is m future Ilinl nnU- (tM; question IJP. suliniiHed eaeli Ihiif as it Is for .Mrs. In In nil roiTrspomlrnrr nnil do IHT jiriic Rar'lrn- as i.rll. inside and outside faces. I'se emery cloih not only for sanding the odfje bul lo Ihe pipe absolutely clean. Pol- ish about an inch the tniiinc at the end lo lie soldered. Tse, emery cloth or sloel Make il shiny insidr and mil Spread on Ihe oiilsidr of the lulnric and in.sido of Ihe fil- ling when you have finished eleaninj; and polishiiuj them. .loin Hie nnd nrrnind so Lhal I lift fl'ii is probably a poor joint and il is likely to leak Be careful when soldering next lo a previously soldered joint. Keep I lie flame away from (he finished joint. If yon must, wrap a wcl rag around Ihe older joint. If the joint leaks when you turn on the walcr (test il under j pressure by turning off the turn off the water and drain the pipe before starting attain. (Newspaper Knlcrprisc Assn.) WORLD ALMANAC FACTS The. w n n d c n c k or mud xnipp. is a roclurnal game bird native to woodlands of tlic rnsltirn United Stairs. The World Almanac notes lhal. Ihe woodcock is liiglily prized us n Ramo bird, but due lo its decreasing mini- hers h'lnlinr; limitations nrn necessary lo preserve Zeller CLEARANCE MERCHANDISE ON SALE FRIDAY 6 TO 9 P.M. AND ALL DAY SATURDAY 9 A.M. TO 6 P.M. 1 only! Deluxe 'CAT NAPPER' RECUNER Avocndo naughphyde upholstered covering Buttoned back Moulded seal Wrap-around style Reg. 179.99 MUST CO MONTHLY 6 ONLY-HEXAGON MIRRORS 1 ONLY COLONIAL BUFFET Fancy frames Antique gold finish plcrle m'irro Reg. 1996 Antique colonial finish Reg. Extra detachable hutch monthly 3-PROGRAM DRYER Full temperature finish -220 wiring monthly Colon gold, avocado, white High enamel finish Reg. 219.99 monthly 4 ONLY! ROUND HASSOCKS 8 ONLY SETS TV TABLES Block, navy, brown Patterned top Vinyl upholstery Reg. 11.60 2-Piece CHESTERFIELD SUITE -Patterned vinyl upholstery Buttoned seat] Color antique red Reg. 229.96 monthly........CLEAR OUT PRICE FULL ASSORTMENT OF LAMPS 10 ONLY CRYSTALITE LAMPS TV, desk table Reg. up 24.9? Colonial 4 ONLY RECTANGULAR MIRRORS 3 ONLY -Gold Finish -24" 114" -Reg. 14.44 TO CLEAR END TABLES style design on side -4 legs -Reg. 49.95 WHILE THEY LAST 3 ONLY BOOK CASES 1 ONLY HUTCH -Unfinished furnilure Colonial finish -J shelves -RCg. 49.99 MUST GO I MANY MORE UNADVERTfSED CLEARANCE SPECIALS IN OUR FURNITURE DEPARTMENT Keller's County Feir Locnlod in lollor's Shopping Conlro on Mnyor Mnijrnlh Drlvn Open Doily 9 lo 6 p.m.; Thursday and Frirltiy 9 n.m, lo 9 p.m. Tclopliont 328-8171 ;