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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 8, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Fliclny, October U, 1971 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 11 HOME OF THE WEEK This week's feature home can have 2 or 'i bedrooms de- pending on whether a den or third bedroom is desired. Although the floor area is an economical 906 Sq. Ft., the low- pitched gable roof and carport give such an impression of length that the design seems more luxurious. A covered porch protects the front entry which is screened from the dining-living area by a china cabinet wall. The liv- ing room has a stone fireplace with slate hearth, and a huge I floor-to-cciling window faces 1___ __ ___ the front. Even the space HOMOGBAF CO. OF CANADA 40 JARVIS ST. at KING EAST TORONTO 1, ONTARIO Please send me further details about how to obtain standard builder blueprints for R23-610 Or enclosed pleast fin; jii.OO (plus 25 cents 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 (Lcth.) tween the fireplace and study door is utilized by a four-sheif bookcase with cupboards below. Bedrooms have large corner windows and the plans show an alternative arrangement of the kitchen with broom closet, stove and sink at the rear wall and added counter space to the left. Add to these features a full basement for "rec" room pos- sibilities and an attractive brick and frame exterior with sturdy planter under the pic- ture w i n d o w and you have a really livable but economical home. YOUR GARDEN By Isabelle R. Young, F.R.H.S. GREENHOUSE 2 parts leafmold or peat sure Ihey have no insects. TV U M E R 0 U S people have moss, 1 part well rotted ma-J- evr-'houee- but loo nurc. ana 2 I331'15 coarse sand gale occasionally, using many make use of them during (or Iess or dehydrated sheep winter. Ailiiougn sun and Some high phosphor-light are restricted to a fertilizer such as 11-48-0 tain deeiee at this time of the mav r' If this is not convenient C'- dust lo co nesis. _ Watering is best done in Ihe year if you make up your mind Phate at the rate of one 3 inch when temperature to. vou can grow almost any- r" ls nslnS- Do not give plants thing. With a thermoslaticaljj con. rolled uu experience what the besl r- mo'Et'-'-e i. t1 dav is soils are for various plants. cloudy or dull, or Ihis all set. For those that 'arc not The cool greenhouse calls for ml'rlsw ol'. tlamp-olt. n airr-niatica''v nlatr-'. ..-ore i night tern- -r.tiires of 45 to 50 the. greenhouse is kept work is involved. Temperatures can fluctuate quite They go considerably and pan.s we not crcviied apd in There an- circulation is good, ly, depending on whether the sun is out si'rVcnly quite a number of planls ffuble shou'd b? rxpericnced that will do well in a green- wlth Pests or behind a cloud. Someone under these conditions. Same vegetables have to be around lo arc snaps, stocks, grown in a cool the asters, carnations, stepping ;ntu To get the best out of whal you are growing, have a godetia, pansies, priiPi.'- b-irg Sreelinollse to pick sr i; mi- in from the garden, isolate radish or tomatoes when it This could consist of 2 for a few days lo outside. This can be It's not too finite in a small greenhouse. Radish and lettuce K: :--i K- rni'y successive sowings eveiy 20 days f it-- wi" re- to you generously. Tomatoes sown in June will set fruil and mamre from October to January. To make sure thai the will sel shake Ihe plants tl'" b'opsoms. or i S fl jl can use a hormone setting rt av. 'r.i''C a c va- f for greenhouse growing. v WW4 and ci'rro's sown in ear- 1 fall will produce moutli-wa- vegetables during Ibc t Cucumbers sown hi n.-ilnrc from Julv October but these require a fo F. to germinate and 65 F. to grow satisfac- ilPW ,IF Violets- (Trow ouite i! in the greenhouse but do tgjr-yf Jj L i i MI "0 i is necessary. In sum- t can use three layers a cheesecloth, two layers in j sn anf' fall one in Vx, winter. The Abulilon or i f 5 white or pink (lowers is lit i '.g "i year. Calceolaria, with its flov.'ci's is a plant anywhere it March bloom By DONALD R. a spotlight, on him Iv.tra Mull, from S to 10 and he'll make a from the 15th of Decem- Measuring a full -Ifl with the entire is necessary. The Spider high, this jolly Santa For indoor use, Chlorophj turn makes a cheery Holiday Greetings to decoration c a n l-an'Mi'" pl.-nM. Whether made from with cotton whiskers, growing best in fillered for use outdoors i or oilcloth belt and hoots: ample mmstnrr. Most gc- for indoor use, Santa can be aluminum buckles. do v e r v well in a and painted in very little pallern nothing is greenhouse, providing a A full paper pattern to guesswork. i ii u '-'-.ipis. .SUITS accurate culling. Since your Christmas and succulent.'; grow that show exactly where to early by sending for Santa today. The S'anla Clause have a section for these s ply each color, professional Greeting is No. 431, a sulls are pattern No. and a under more or less the For an interesting f; -Irn jolly Saint Nick to arc also available. Send alogues filled with detailed do- imncy. Let him appear in cash, cheque or though he were bidding for each pattern to growing under glass, i Chrislmas In all before Dept. The Lelhllridgo I. V vov wi-n. lo slot'kini'.-slnning chores. P.O. Ilox Itdli, Adelaide all need plenly of sunshine and few dummy Christmas P.O., Toronto, Ontario. Icninrratui'c ages placed al Santa's feel 1071. i Seed may be Miwn at almosl an extra dccor.iti.'s Star aav lime. Repair leaky faucets By MR. KIX Making faucet repairs is a job that most homeowners master as a matter of course. Calling in a plumber to re- place faucet washers is paying for high-priced talent to do what most people can do them- selves with little trouble. Don't wait to replace a worn washer. Do it as soon as a faucet starts to drip. The usual practice of tightening a faucet handle to stop the dripping adds mure wear to the fauct. The damage can make repairs more extensive. You will need a screwdriver, pliers and one or more adjust- able wrenches. Until you have opened up the faucet you will not know what size washer to buy. Start by purchasing the assortment of most common sizes that are sold by hard- ware and variety stores. Oir: you have determined what size washers each faucet requires, you can limit j'ourself to buying the right size. But re- member to note those sizes somewhere, rather than de- pending on your memory. The first step is to turn off the water. You may find sep- arate shutoff valves for each faucet, located usually beneath the sink. If not there, check the water lines in the basement. If there are no separate valves, turn off the main water-supply valve. This is lo- cated where the water line en- ters the house. Faucels differ a little but most are of the compression type and taking them apart, while not always exactly the same, does follow a similar pattern. There is a nut directly below the handle. Use an adjustable wrench to remove it. Protect the chrome from damage by covering with masking tape. After loosening the nut, turn the handle the same direction you would to turn on the water. Turn all the way and the faucet stem will come out. The washer, made of rubber or neoprene. is at the end of the stem, held in place by a brass screw. Remove the screw and pry off the old washer. Re- place with one of similar size and type. Washers are either bev- eled or flat. If beveled (the most replace so that the beveled surface faces out and fits into the curved seat of the faucet. A good trick to remem- ber, if you have flat washers to replace and don't have a new one, 'is to turn over the old one and put it back. S'ome faucets continue to drip after the washer is re- placed. In that ease, the a brass ring the washer tightens against is probably worn. A special tool is sold to smooth the seat. It is called a seal dresser. With the faucet taken apart, set the tool in the opening and give it a turn or two. (Newspaper Enterprise Assn.) Portable fridge for campers OAKVILLE. Onl. Porlahlc. refrigerators are expanding camper's horizons apace with automotive and other outdoor equipment developers. As trail- er manufacturers, tent-makers and a host of othe1' outdoor sports suppliers have expanded the vacationing families' radius of action in the past half doz- en years, one Canadian corn- has concentrated nn the mobility of their food. Makers of portable propane gas fueled camp stoves for many years, 13.D. Wait Com- pany turned their attention lo making refrigerators equally compact and portable in rn- cent years. A boon the camper is a portable refrigera- lor thai holds -Ir. pounds of food and beverages and can be al- ternatively powered by electri- city or propane cylinder at home or cottage, in car trunk or aboard a boat. (laliiary Clowci' shoM-' ou OcL 21! ;i n n u ;i I flower show will be held ir. tSic Pnlli- I Sponsored by Uic vSainaritiin -fj the Inrficst west of Toronto nnd draws onlrios irom widosprcad points. riirllicr information .'MM! entry forms nn.lact 1-. .n i a t (ii, v' S.W., ,t, Al-1 bcrta. Everything for your CLOSED OCT. 11th THANKSGIVING C rlrl IT" serve I he tmest Pinecrest, Young Hens Canada Grade A Frozen. Gov't Insp. 10 16 Ib. x Average Young Hens Canada Grade A Frozen Gov't. Insp. 12-16 !b. average......... Ib. Self basting, finest quality, Canada Grade A frozen. Govt. Insp. 10-16 Ib. average Ib. Ranch Brand, sliced Mb. pkg. If SPARE RIBS SMOKED HUMS Side, lean and tncnty Olympic, whole, half or quarters Ib. Imported, fresh. Serve with Turkey or Horn Ocean Spray 1-Ib. net wt. pkg. Canada No. 1 firm heads Ib. Sweet Onions Canada No. 1 Spanish type B.C. Pears Prune Plums Raisin Bread Ground Coffee Soda Pop Ice Cream Pineappie Fruit Kernel Corn Frozen Pies Flour Canada Fancy Grade Bartlett 18-lb. Handipak Box Canada Domestic Grade, B.C............Approx. 17-lb. Handipak Box Skylark fresh, white or brown sliced 16-os. net wl. loaf for Safewny AH Purpose........................... 1 -Ib. pkg. Cragmont, assorted flavours Plus 5c deposit per boftlc 28 fl. oz. btlc. fro Snow star vanilla, choc., ncop., or strawberry Enchanted Isle sliced, crushed, tidbit....... 14 fl. oz. tin Town House, Canada Fancy Town House, VCK pcicked, Concftlc! Bol Air pumpkin or minccmecil M fl. oz. tin for 12 fl. OL. fin Harvest Blossom nil purpose bcicj PRICES EFFECTIVE in Lethbridge Oct. 8 9. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES CANADA SAFEWAY LIMITED ;