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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE IETH8RIOOE HEMLD Tuttdoy, Octobw Henry Homes Offers Big Home In Grand Style Here Is Henry Homes Entry Spain was never like this! But the arches, well they do provide old world charm to the Henry Homes Ltd. entry in the 1970 ensemble of wonderful, fantastic show homes. You'll be thrilled and more than a little amazed at this big, big home at 3317 Beauvais Place. It's something out of the past with all the convenience of the today. Up- stairs: four bedrooms and one and one-half bathrooms with closets you can call rooms. All the conveniences are supplied to the master bedroom, includ- ing a door that leads on to a over the garage. A real retreat! This big two-storey home is graced by four arches looping the entire length of the front. This Henry Homes offering will be a real trowd pleaser. 'The site is tastefully groom- ed by obviously talented land-' scape artists. But what is truly remarkable is the architectural harmony. The exterior features rough gray brick with dark gray mor- tar oozing, from the joints. There is a light violet roof. White arches complete the pic- ture. The living room, about 20 by 30, contains a-magnificent fire- place of Dutch mould brick. Look out tile living room win- dow and see the arch beyond. There is an enormous froi't hall. The kitchen features an L. shaped cupboard arrangement 'vith a partial divider that turns one very long room into two good-sized areas. Then step into the dining room; this ceil- ing .slopes with the roof pitch. In line is a roofed patio. K is set directly behind the garage. Side doors gain entry to the garage and the house proper. A utility I'ooin is found off the large side entrance hall. The huge family room in the basement boasts a large arch- ed fireplace constructed of gray brick. The walls of this room are white with deep, deep swirls left by the trowel to girt a real adobe look. Henry Home Ltd. has pro- vided a magnificent home for the 1970 parade. Its on the grand style by a grand design- KNOTTY PINE What can I use on new knot- ty pine cabinets to keep them looking nice? Properly finished wood can be ruined faster with gobs of polish than with Grade A neglect. If you must, try one thin coat of plain paste wax, al- low It to dry thoroughly and then buff soundly with a power polisher. Housing Industry 'Whipping Boy' BANFF (CP) The United States bousing industry baa been relegated to second- class status beceuse of its use aa an economic control, the president of the National As- sociation of Real Estate Boards said here. Kich Port of Grange, HI., told the national convention of the Canadian Association of Real Estate Boards that the U.S. housing industry has be- come a "whipping boy" for in- flation. "Each time we try to curb in- flation in the States, we put on some monetary restraints, which cripple the housing in- dustry. Then the government starts competing with the sav- ing and loan associations and pays a higher rate of return. than investors can get in our thrift so the money flows out." One of the major reasons Uw government policies hurt hous- ing was that the industry fail- ed to act as a unit. "We've got the home build- ers and the mortgage brokers, the savings and loans peo- ple and the realtors all speaking in different direc- tions. "Builders want government housing money all spent on new homes. Realtors want some of it spent to help people buy existing homes. So we just don't speak with one voice." Later in an interview, Mr. Port said be thought Canadians would be unwise to allow addi- tional U.S. investment in Cana- dian housing interests. "I think the U.S. investors would be delighted to come up here and spend their capital. But I t h i n k Canadians would be foolish to permit it." U.S. investors would be "just selfish enough" to take advant- age of foreign countries, if they thought they could get a high- er return for their efforts in purchasing foreign property. 1601 3rd Ave. S., Lethbridge Products Phone 327-5161 Wish to Congratulate The LETHBRIDGE HOUSE BUILDERS On Their "Home Show J70" We are pleased to be part of this of Hornet by supplying if "AWN-TOP" WOOD WINDOWS "Awn-Top" window aro dttfributed throughout wwtern Canada. "MILDOOR" ALUMINUM SLIDING GLASS DOORS "TANCO" WOOD SLIDING GLASS DOORS Wood to sliding glass doors. VINYL SLIDE Vinyl clad sliding windows. DISTRIBUTED THROUGH YOUR LOCAL LUMBER DEALER ;