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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Friday, May 2S, 1973- HOME OF THE WEEK J HICRfOIlOU BOOT. C to'-oSir-ierj MDBOOA iDESIGN R5-1652 12598 Sq. Ft, DESIGN K5-1652 Designed basically for a hill- side lot, the ranch style house illustrated can be built on a moderately sloping one. The result in both cases is an at- tractive five-bedroom home. On the Icwer level are two bedrooms, full bathroom, laun- dry and a large recreation room, measuring more than 18 by 30 feet. It has a walk-out to the patio through sliding glass doors. Three mere bedrooms, in- cluding the mas.er suite, i'l2 bathrooms, living-dining room and kitchen with its own eating I NAME area are on tte main level. Natural fireplaces are fea- i ADDRESS tured in both living room and 3Z7 recreation room. The exterior is as attractive as the interior. The combina- tion of horizontal and vertical wall and coach lamp all con-j of living area, siding, a long, low roof line, tribute to the esthetics. I (Copyright 1973. latticed and shuttered windows. Large by any standards the j Toronto Star Syndicate) Home-O-Graph Home Planning Service 40 JARVIS ST., TORONTO, ONTARIO M5C 2H1 I enclose each (plus 25 cents for handling and mailing) for two new books "Home Design for Cana- Book 1 presents designs for homes up to 1600 sq. it. for 1 storey and split level, 1850 sq. ft. for one and one half and 2 storey. Book 2 includes larger homes and vacation homes. Also available is an IS page book of duplex ond multiple home designs at 50 cents. Please send an order form so that may order builder's plans for the design shown above. Boat motor hints Boating and fishing enthusi- asts who have had their out- board in storage dining the win- ter should start thinking about getting it in shape for the com- ing season. Some of those spring tune- up steps are: Consult the owner's man- ual for proper procedures to use on your particular motor. Remove engine shroud and wipe engine assembly with a clean cloth. Change lubricant in the lower unit gear-case. If you haven't finished the cooling system as you should Jj have done in the fall do it. i Check the prop for dam- j mage stainless steel and j i bronze propellers can be re- paired but aluminum ones 1 should be replaced. j Replace drive pin on pro- peller shaft and buy a few ex- tra to keep on hard in the boat. Replace spark plugs, ad- just the gaps and be careful screwing the new ones in. Replace all defective wir- ing. Clean fuel filter and filter screen. Remove old fuel from tank and rinse tank with solvent if Good check-over pays dividends Tuning-up your air conditioner By FIX Spring is the time to see double entry doors, decorative house contains square feet that you are ready to cope with summer's indoors. 'If you have an air conditioner, get it set for summer use now. Take electric fans out of storage and make they are in condi- tion to do you some good. Fan blades and guards should be dusted and wiped clean. Look for oiling points on ;he motor and lubricate with ight machine oil. Take a good look at the elec- xic cord for breaks in the in- sulation, frayed areas or a damaged plug. Replace the plug if it is dam- aged. If the cord is damaged near the plug end, trim off the damaged part and attach the plug to the remaining wire if does not leave too short a cord. If the whole cord is in bad shape or has a break near the fan. replace it. With a littie searching you can see where j the cord enters tb; fan. Gen- erally a base plate that is re- movable, or some similar ar- rangement, covers the place where the wire is connected. Disconnect the old wire and connect new wiring in the same manner. The cord may be fast- ened to wires inside the unit, held in place with solderless connectors. Hang on to these and use them again. Window air conditioners that have besm in storage should not be put directly back into sendee. Find a level surface and place the unit upright and leave it there for 24 hours. This will allow the oil in the sealed system to drain back into the compressor. Dust and vacuum all sur- faces. Outlets and inlets for air should get special attention. Soap and water are O.K on plastic surfaces. Rusted areas on metal surfaces should be sanded and painted. Give the unit a test run Oil die unit as outlined in the manufacturer's instruc- tions. Put in a new filter if it is replaceable. Clean it if it is the permanent type. Units left in window all CHECK WINDOW INSTALLATION.-; iYOU MAY, NEED, NEW STRIP 5EALS J uncovering new filter. any tars or gums are evident. Clean and lubricate the carburetor and check linkage. Lubricate transom, clamp j screw or on larger outboards, tighten the holding bolts. Charge battery fully, in- spect cables for wear or acid damage and make sure the polarity is correct when hook- i ing it back up. Have the following done by the dealer unless you have a shop manual and are handy CLTMBEBS .-and are followed by silvery, base of the Clematis to help 3'our hands: Replace ac- winter will need and oiling and a Check for rust spots. If you have hung on to the instructions and parts list that came with the unit, you will have no trouble with routine maintenance. Small parts that need replacing should be order- ed now. Check the window Installa- tion. You may need new rubber or sponge stripping that keeps the opening sealed. Plug the unit into the outlet which will be used this sum- mer. You may have added items to the circuit since you last used the air conditioner. See if the unit blows a fuse when you start it up. If so, try to rearrange electrical items so that they will be distributed ovsr other circuits. Don't, wait until summer to find out you are going to have trouble. (Newspaper Enterprise Assn.) while it is still sitting on the floor. Pick a day when the tem- perature iutside is in the mid- 60s and in the 70s inside. Rim the unit for about 10 minutes. See how it cools. Lis- ten for noises that are out of the ordinary. If it doasn't cool or if there are suspicious sounds, 'Free enterprise' state in South Pacific New coin from new republic By MORT REED Minerva, in Roman myth- ology, is the goddess of Wis- dom, Skill, Contemplation, Spin- ning and Weaving, and of things related to mother earth. Her helmeted profile occupies the obverse of the famous 50-dollar gold commemorative issued in 1915 honoring the Panama-Pac- ific Exposition. Now she appears as the dom- inant figure on the obverse of a coin issued by the Republic of Minerva, a "Free Enterprise" state located roughly 400 miles south of the Fiji Islands at 23 degrees 40 feet South Latitude and 179 degrees West Longitude in the South Pacific. Although the tiny republic is hardly more than a year old, it is already under siege by forces from neighboring Tonga. But the exiled government, in co-operation with the Minerva tribution of a limited edition of its coin in the denomination of 35 "Minerva dollars." The obverse device is sculp- tured bust of Minerva struck in pure gold (24 karat) against a background of mirror finish pure silver (.999 ifine) with frcsted lettering. The gold head should not be confused with the common principle of gold plat- ing. The two metals are met- allurgically united allowing the solid gold image to become a part of the silver surface. A limited Issue of pieces has been placed on the 1973 Minerva com. A maximum of 500 will remain with the Minerva Development Bank, Ltd.; pieces have been set aside for-previous reserva- tions, and pieces are being made available to collectors-at- large. It sells at face value with a limit of 10 pieces to a buyer. Interested readers may write: Minerva Com, The Letcher Mint, P.O. Box 107, Lancaster, California 93534. YOUR GARDEN By Isabelle R, Young, havt the unit checked by a pro- Development Bank, Ltd., has authorized the striking and dis- il T.n previous articles I have' seed heads, which are quite w r i 1.1 c n on tlip. Clematis, [decorative. This climber "Queen'1 of the climbers, com-j readies a height of apprpxi- rrrenti.iiK on s u c h varieties as j mately 15 feet or so and makes the original C. jackmani, the i a. good screen for a high fence, most popular and favorite of i wall, or unsightly building, these beautiful climbers. j Like all Clematis, they thrive T have had soms inquiries re- in cool, in.oist. well drained yarding the yellow flowering i soil, containing some lime. An variety. C. tangutica. Golden or east, south or west exposure, Chinese .Clematis, so would like j and by a basement wall, seems (o acquaint those who are not I to suit this variety and it grows maintain the moist conditions so for success. A cessory drive belts that are worn, replace worn breaker mulch of straw or poat moss may also be used, and a layer of sand, at soil level, will help prevent stem rot. When digging the hole, work in some well-rotted manure and for proper drainage, add some small gravel in the bottom. Plant firmly, with the crown (point where roots branch from test, see if it still runs. It's easy to build own bookcases familiar with it. This is quite j in either sun or shade. To pro- the stem') about 2 inches below hardy, and the yellow, lartem- j vide a cool root system, small soil level, and water well in. like flowers appearing in July. perennials or low growing an- j A. support of some kind is ne-: bloom throughout, the summer, j nuals should be planted at the cessary for the plant to climb j up. The stems of Clematis are very brittle so care must be taken when working with it. Another climber I have on the same wall with the Clematis is the Dropmore Scarlet Trumpet Honeysuckle. While it is a little slow in getting started, once es- tablished it is quite vigorous and really very beautiful with its yellow-orange ar.d reddish tubular.flowers, faintly scented. It blooms all summer, making a second showing of flowers in the fall. This a most desirable Camping holiday pays off Wondering what to do or where to go on your vacation When buvers identical houses were recently interview- ed to ascertain what features swayed their decision to pur- chase, three out of five men- tioned and book- cases in particular. Regardless of a home's architectural style, most decorators start planning a living room, study, or den without glass doors, but also ex- plains how to build wall-to-wall built-ins to fit any available space, room, dividers, even a handsome record cabinet. Written in non-technical lan- guage, the step-by-step method of construction takes all the mystery out of building. Any combination of units can with_ a bookcase. This not only be built, and used for every- provides needed shelf space but also color, warmth, charac- ter and convenience. Wall-to- wall built-ins are as popular to- day as they were one hundred years ago. If your home contains space where a bookcase can be in- tiling from books to stereo com- ponents. Send in cheque or mon- ey order for Bookcase Book No. 664 to Carpentry Dept., The Lethbridgc Herald, P.O. Box I climber and very eye-catching. Honeysuckles do best in full sun in a well-drained, loamy soil, but will tolerate part shade. Mine is on an east wall, so gets sun for half a day and does very well. From personal experience, I have found it takes approximately three years for the plant to become established and start blooming well. There are several varie- ties of Honeysuckle and well worth a place in any garden. It too. must have a trellis or some support to be trained up. Virginia Creeper. is quite a pretty climber, especially in the autumn when the leaves turn various shades of red. There are several varieties, the best known being Partbenocis- sus quinquefolia or Common Virginia Creeper, which grows to 30 feet, and is considered quite a hardy climber. The dark blue berries in the fall are most attractive. For something different as a ground cover, or to climb up dead trees, or on a wall. etc. grow Virginia Creep- er, which flourishes in either 4090, Postal Station Toron- to, Ontario, M5W 1M9. build-it-yourself and fee how it fills an important furnishing as well as decorat- ing problem. A completely revised and ex- on built-ins is row available. This not or.ly printed. simplifies construction of free-1 Toronto Star Syndicate) Branding bookcases, with, or I Editor's Note The Her- ald docs not handle these blueprints and U is necessary to send requests for them to the above address in Toronto. Please the address as Mr. H. I am thinking of purchasing some rhubard roots for my garden. Is there any special way of planting these? this year? If your vacation plans have been stymied in the past by expensive motels and hotels, it's time you discovered the great outdoors and the won- derful world of camping, par- ticularly the serenity of baing at one with nature that comes naturally ivhen a tent is your shelter. A little more than the cost of staying hcme, a camping vacation can be one of the most rewarding and relaxing experiences you'll ever have. In addition to being kind to the family funds, a camping trip can be a long-term in- vestment in your family's fu- ture enjoyment. Once you have purchased your basic equipment, you and yours can look fonvard to years of plea- sure. Camping vacations can be j as long or short as you wish a weekend, a wsek. a month or the whole summer." Basic equipment should in- clude a tent, ice chest, picnic jug, vacuum bottles, stove, cooking utensils, and a lan- tern. If you're a tenderfoot camp- er, it's advisable to make your own backyard your first campsite some weekend early in the season. Then you'll be able to familiarize yourself with the equipment so you'll be an old hand at the routine once you're far from home. It's a good way to ease the family into camp life, too. Camping provides a good opportunity to build environ- mental concern in your chil- dren. If everyone looked upon SPECIALS? More Power to you with 2-speed Mower Electric mower by Sunbeam for maximum efficiency! 2-speed high powered motor and twin blade single discharge. Chrome plated folding swing-over handle and 6" white wall wheels. Includes grass catcher. EACH 96.66 i'SvjfiT? New! Tree Trim from Rubbermaid Solid plastic diameter centre opening in attractive 'brick finish 'retains moisture, acts as mulch. size. Each 3.33 I would be pleased to hear from the great outdoors as their yoii. evil backyard, this might Ans. 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