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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 'HE IE1HBRIDGE HCRAID Fridciy, November 19, 1971 HOME OF THE WEEK a li F 23-2" ,12-0" _ KITCHEN I DINING CLO. ill j CIO. 1 -W f F? OR BECROOh -fr IIO.MOGRAF CO. OF C -10 JARV1S ST. al KING EAST TORONTO t. ONTARIO t Please send me iurther derails about how to obtain standard builder blueprints for Design R.'l-521 i Or enclosed pleast find Sl.Wi 'plus '.'5 cems 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 50c tax free. NAME ADDRESS (Leth.) Life-size Santa greets visitors This week's home design of- fers a spacious square feet of custom luxury but it can be buiii easily on a (i'.i it. lot. Also, because its plan very near- ly square, its cost should not be too hich considerirg what it has to offer. Lei's sian v.iiii the fee: family room whh its stone fireplace which includes a built-in hi-fi and TV entertain-, ment centre. i A planter and dutch door screen the basement stairs and (lie extra washroom is close i by. The final touch is the snack bar in the corner by (he latch-; The kitchen, in the centre of he house, is IK12 fee o give plenty of wall space for all the appliances that make the mod- ern housewife's work easier.! The final ouch here is a 6x3 foot skylight surrounded by i fluorescent lighting. i The 3 bedrooms are large. j have huge closets, and the: master bedroom has its own bathroom with stall shower. The centre hall includes 4 clos- ets and it also has a skylight above. This jolly Santa is rccom-' mended for tlx young at heart, those lucky people who enjoy the .spirit that is Christmas. Al- j most the minute you start trac- j ing this fi' tall SanUi from the, pattern offerer! helow. you' begin to recall happy childhood memories. As step-hy-stcp rtir-: ections suggest, Santa may i to cut from plywood, hard-; board, or other l Stars changes One of the largest stars in the universe. Mira is famous for its light changes. The star expands and contracts every .ISO days. This expansion and contraction causes its light to grow brighter, then dimmer. Director resigns A. C, Drysdnlo iis rrlKov the; "Canadian N'ur- fcryir.rin" ard as riirrdor of fiardfiifi-rannd.i A replacement v-ill bo r.nniwt shortly. panelboard. Since you c'Jt fol- Icwing traced oul lines, and print following painting guides, everybody do a profession- al job. Guides not only indi- cate what goes where. Init also specify when each color is ap- plied. A small platform on Santa's hack permits stacking dummy Christmas packages. you will want to place Santa along- side your front, door or walk, di- rections tell how to electrify Santa's lamp. This create.-; a mos! unusual effect. Send 51.00 In cheque or m o n e y order 'no stamps, for Pattern No. Life Size Santa, to Cai-pentry Depl., The Lethbndge Herald, P.O. Rftx 806. Adelaide St. P.O.. Tor- onto. Editor's Noir Tlie llrr- aid ilnrs tint linmlle these blueprints anil il is nrrcssaiv to srnrl rr-finests for (hem In (he nbovi- address in Toronto. IMrnsr tlie. adilrrss as printctt. P and 0 offers luxury cruise ou Canberra Hawaii, Hong Kong. Australia, New Zealand and Tonga Ere destinatiers for P Lines' Jade Tiki Holiday next February aboard the 45.- OCO-ton Canberra. The ship, largest in the vast P and 0 fleet, has all the ame- nities of a fair-sized city. In rd- dilicn lo accommodation for 22CO passengers and SCO crew, the ship has the Cricketers' Tavern, the Meridian Room ,-r.d the Centivy Bar. There arc more than two dozen such places aboard Canberra, phis the acres of open deck space for which P and 0 ships are famous. Canberra leaves Vancouver February 2-1, 1S72. going first lo Honolulu, then heading for Yokohama where .lade Tiki passengers disembark for a five-day land tour of Japan with ho'tels. meals and sight-see- ing part of the package. They rejoin the ship in Kobe, then sail south In Kyushu and a visit to Nagasaki. Two days later Canberra vis- its Hong Kong for two full days, and after leisurely calls in Sydney and Auckland, touches tiny Nuku'Alofa before making her second stop in Ho- nolulu. Tlw cruise takes d a y s. Reservations for this all-inclu- sive holiday may be made through a travel agent or at any P and 0 Lines' office. Fewer aslilrays There will he 3] less ashtrays lo empty on Air France M7s. The I1'rench airline has desig- nated Ihat number of seats [or non-smokers in firsl-class and economy cauin ''non-fumeurs" sect ions I Your garden iiv ISABEU.E a. YOUNG INSKCT CONTROL INDOOliS rrilE problem of indoor pesis and disease on plants is always propping up. Fortunate- ly, most house plants do noi stufer from serious Plants that outdoors for I he summer should be checked over carefully if you have no; already done so. A major weapon in helping to control pests is sponging over with water in which a fc'v drops of soap has hcen added. It destroys insects' and egg.- they get a chance to and also helps to remove You won't he able to do this en hairy leaved plants such as African violets. Do lie: get too much soapy water on the earth. If. to'.v- evL'r, the pests have become osu-.'jiWicd then a more sun- ;-ble remedy will have to used. Push button insecticides; m a d e c.-p-aciaHy for indoor plants arc avaiiahle at most florists or garden supply cen- The first principle of pest control is Ihat a stomach poison sprayed on the leaves is best' against leaf eating insects and a contact poison against sucking ones. Panlts are usual-1 ly attached by the 5 u eking; kinds such as aphids, red spi- dcr mites, etc. Mealy bugs. lock lite minute pieces! of cotton fluffs, can be; quiie a nuisance. You can dai) them with a piece of cotton or i bioish dipped in alcohol.' Improper use of indoor sprays can be harmful if they are held too close to the leaves or a! drenching is given instead of a light, quick misting. 1 have! ?een plants look as though they had actiK.ily frozen be- cause oi such treatment. Fol- low [lie directions on the con- tainer EXACTLY. Sometimes it is more convenient to dip the plar.Us spray them, as ihsre is lews chance of causing any drift, i'le insecticide and water in a large Put a piece of plastic over j earth, turn pot upside douu end immerse in the mixture for few seconds. Use 1 Ihsps of rr.abthbn to 1 gallon of wa- ter, and be Mire to use rubber; gloves. If you do use a spray ciin, if possible, take plants to hasemer; or ether place where drh't wiil not fall on furniture', cr perhaps be annoying to pec-; pie. The following information will help you to keep your plants healthy. Red spider mites are; fciral on the underside of' leaves and make fine webs, j Leaves go speckled grey-greeni or yellov.-. Treat with 1 t'sp. to a gallon of water. i White fly have wedge-shaped j v.-ings and resemble paper ash swirling in the air when dis-; turtxd. They suck plant juices. Treat with malathion. 'i tsp. per quart of water. Aphids are a real pest f times, in fact, they are considered to be the number one pest. They can be j green, red, black, grey, and j they suck the juices cut of j plants, making leaves distorted ar.d curled. Treat with n-.3la-1 Ihicn. '2 tsp. per quart of waLcr j or Nicotine Sulphate I Leaf 40) tsp. per quart o! soapy water. Mealy bugs are while, cottony fluffs appearing in leaf axils or along veins, i They sur-k the plant ju.ces and weaken them. Spray with Nico-j tine Sulphrtc as above, or dip I brush in alcohol and then on mealy bug. Cyclamen m i t e j aitack gf African vio-; Ids and fuchsias, ete. causing'. leaves to be siur.ted and dis- j toned. Treat v.ith Kelthane, tsp. per quart of al- j ways, and it cannot be stressed i loo" often, rer.d directions care-; fully before rpplymg. Mrs. E. I have read some- where of a hcuscplant that looks something like a miniature Christmas tree and tl'.'t people actually decorate it. Could you please tell me the name of this as I would like to get one. Ans. This would probably i be the Xorfold Island P in e j (Araucaria exceisaf. II will do well in both light and 'riark! plrces in a moderately warm temperature. You can also put it outdoors in I he. garden for; the summer months. NOTE: All questions should hr srnt with self addressed- j stamped, envelope In Mi's. I. II. Young, Centre B. St. Calgary -t.1. Due In Ihe niniiher letters asking more than (me question it is requested ill future enquiries Ihat only ONK question he i submitted each lime ns it is impossible for Mrs. Young I In reply lo all correspondence and do her practical garden- ing as well. MUST MCr.ltO The first in Canada j came wilh the De MonLs cxperii- I lion that founded Port Royal (now Annapolis Royal, N.S.) in inns. I Safeway puts you within a few hours of all the best, farms, orchards and jjardens in the land! The finest fruits and vegetables bcins? harvested are chosen by our expert buyers. This wonderful produce is rushed direct to us and is ready for you... just in and just right! Approx. 9-lb. box California Red or Green Golden Yellow Full of Tropical flavour, Special Canada Extra Fancy Red Delicious or Spartans .................4-qt. basket, special Burns, Smoked, Part Skinned Ready To Serve Remember Ham conies to breakfast, lunch and dinner QUARTER Special !L Maple Leaf, Hint of Maple Sliced, Rindless, Vac Packed ..............1-lb. net vvt. pkg, special Canada Grade 'A' Juniors Pineciest Frozen, 6 8 Ib. average Ib. Burns, Vac Packed Skinless 1-lb. net wf. pkg., special Safeway All Purpose 1-lb. bag, spscial Special 3-oz. net wt. Busy Baker, Fresh Pkg. of 40 Special g f) 0 Town House, Canada Choice 28-fl. oz. tin, special Snow Star, Vanilla Choc., Strawberry, Nsopolilcn 1 gallon picisiic special Golden Yellow 5 Ib. each PRICES EFFECTIVE in Leth bridge November 19 20. We Reserve The Right To Limit Quantities. CANADA SAFEWAY ;