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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 30 THE UTHBRIDCE HERAIC1 October 13, 197? Take cdi-c o{ your funnier your heat HOME OF THE WEEK By MU. Assuming Ihc- furnace y v have is (he right si7C for your Trrtuhlr is i tin" and trv to slick with It.! heat a cold house in the morn. ic Daylime selling of 70 to 72 to j "R- seltinV and reselling the precs is generally preferred Takc thc covcr ,no therm- IHIVU l'iv lIl'M house and thai il was installed properly, if yon are not gelling i h i adequate heat then the h plant is not operating at maxi- mum efficiency. Properly woalherslrippcd door and windows, storm sashes on all windows and a properly calked house can keep a'lot of heat In instead of allowing il to escape to the great outdoors. But if your house Is scaled properly 'and there still is a healing problem, then the lacs of efficiency is in Ihe way you are using the heating equipment or in its condition Know how lo use the equip- ment and how best to maintain il Some aspects of mainten- ance are best left lo a profes- sional. An adjustment and clean- ing by a professional every year or so'will go a long way toward efficient heating v.-hile still leav- ing a number of frequent and easy maintenance jobs for yon to perform. Thermostats make selling Ihc yon have a problem going lo he solved Kfinblish a comfortable set- preferred lli'ke it about four degrees lower al night but not much more than iluit. Your furnace will burn extra fuel trying to re- SEE THAT LUBRICATE BLOWER MOTOR REPLACE CLOGGED AIR FILTERS YOUR GARDEN 8y Isabella R. Young, F.R.H.S. Take the cover off ostat now and then see that it isn't dusty. Dust will interfere with the contacts. You can blow Ihe dust off easily. Run a piece of ordinary paper not sand-1 paper between the contacts j to clean them. Where the wires c n I e r llirough the wall there may be a large bole, one that would I crcat drafts throwing the therm- i ostal off. Plug such a hole! with insulation. Thermostats are sometimes placed incorrectly. Hie therm- ostat should not be where there is a draft. If you can'l relocate the thermosla't. find a way to j block the draft. A lamp or a television set near the thermo- stat will make it warmer in that area, affecting Ihe setting. There electric motors In many heating systems on blowers in forced-air systems, oti circulating pumps for hot. water systems. Motor mainlen-' ancc is generally Ihc same. Lo- cale the lubrication points and i oil two or three limes a year. Keep dirt off of radiators and hot-water registers. Dirt keeps the warm air from circulating freely. Vacuum registers reg- ularly. Now and then remove the covers and get in for a thorough cleaning. Filters in a hot-air system R13-485 Basic Unit Addition Garage IZ-31' 11-4" t Ct-O, FUT LA7 i u i; 01 BICHOOU 1 'f V 1 N G fUI ow IM "'an CLO n DESIGN rUTJRt PARTITION FulUrtE DOORS OH i i i i- wi 1'OH WIVIT.K 1H1 it infe in tl cut down bv the frost so early Desien RI-MB5 Basic Unit 9711 Sq, Ft. m j Addition No. 1 Sq. Ft. must be changed regtilarlvv I s Ft. The basic PRODUCTIVE PLAY Planting Dutch bulbs beals baking mud pies any day. For one living, mommy joms in the fun and for another, the bulbs are supposed to turn inio beauliful flowers. Mud pies never do Inoll -Photo by Malak, Ottawa ren Teach to grow Teaching children lo garden can be instructive and fun but few adults, Jiampsrcrt perhaps the misconception that a5 crocus ami snowi'.rops, three are completed, clean, oil, adjust or sharpen tools before jnvwav taxc lime 10 no u. pulling them away. Tighten or Fven'three-vcar-olcis are dab should pros- in clusters, let the replace any handles and _paint ,i remind! trace a design or their or varnish any that require it. bulbs should inches deep apart 'show 1 a ant be plantetl six and six inches icni six incites on little bulbs such youns.'ters wouldn't understand in four Indies deep and apart, anyway, take time lo do it. To nlant Ihc bulbs, which Ihree-year-olc's hands at digging in Ihe ground and from there it's a simple slep to leach them to pop a bulb into the hole before filling it up again, For little learners. bulbs are profeninle lo se.'ils.................. because they're easier to see toll them that bulos should and hanr'.'e They should bo placed only in soil (list chains planted with the pointed end i well, other-wise they'll nil, facing upwards but if the odd; A popsiele one gets buried upside hearini! names of l.ic chances are that if it's a Dutch bulb, it v.ill grow anyway. In the early stages, (here's little nceri for cbi'riren to grasp the significance of the rooting and growing processes. What is important, is the experience of playing in Ihe earth wilh mommy or (iacidy by their side. uggestions. j If you have not already plant- j ed your tulips, daffodils, etc., outside, these should go in right away. Irealing with a bulb dusl beforehand. You can either plant in holes trenches, in groups, making sure there is good drainage by using sand or fine gravel below the bulb. Any of Ihc larger bulbs such as tu- lips, daffodils, hyacinths, are planted about eight inches deep. Grape hyacinths, scillas and other small bulbs are planted three to four inches deep. All vegetables should be dug up by this time wilh the ex- ception perhaps of pa-snips and these may be left in until just before Ihe ground freezes. Some people allow them to stay in the ground all winter, digging them up in the -spring new growth starts. Now is the time, also, to dig up your glads as nothing is gained by kiving them in any longer. Cut off top close to the corm and dust with Captan or bulb dust. Placa in a dry. well-aired place in a tern- peralurc of around 85 degrees for about a week. When dry, the old corms will come away eas- ily from Ihe new ones. Dust again and store in a cool tem- perature of 40 to 45 degrees in paper bags with holes to allow for air circulation, or use what- ever oilier method you like. Any leaves on Ihe lawn should tie raked up lo lessen the danger of snow mold. Rough dig flower beds, borders, vege- table garden, etc. This helps to destroy insects and weed seeds and one is also able to get out and work earlier in the spring. When you clear out your flower and vegetable beds, it might be an idea to use a "slug" killer, either liquid or pcllels, to help get rid of some of the eggs. A task that is somewhat neglect- ed in the fall is the proper care c! garden tools. When all your tasks such as digging, raking, ing down plants, watering, into an impressive three-bed-, initially for space that is not, has a covered front entrance, room ranch style home with 50 required. I multi-use bath location, weU de- cent more living space, j The additions can ha erected signed kitchen wilh breakfast cottage can be of each other, jncok and an outdoor entertain- all requirements The lacks in ment area. is livability and interesting fca-j Order Book From: Home Plan- j tures even when only the basic ning, 40 Jarvis St., Toronto, for instance, it Ontario. (Newspaper Knlernrise Boll weevil most destructive The boll weevil causes an an- nual loss of about S200 million in cotton and cotton seed in the south although many seclions have switclKd to other crops. The ravenous insects attack a i plr.nt's fruiting buds in the spring and later infest the balls unripe pods containing lin and sect initials on the ground lo be used It is just a suggestion, but paint- as a pattern. This will heighten I handles a bright color (red) their cDi'.'rib'.ition. lei you know where the planting is finished, fools are in Ihe garden wholher Ihe ciiilfii'cn plot they are standing up or lying chilrl and Iho bulbs. ilate of planting, v; i 1 I children to check progress cif their plants in The C'T'lcning doc'-n't end with the bloom. II con- If you raise your own bed- cling-out plants, now is the time to get in some earth. 1 out with some friends to Klbow r Falls on Friday last and the beautiful fail scenery1 was a right to behold. there, I came across some lovely earlh mixed with leaf mold, brought Homograf Home Planning Service 40 JARVIS ST., TORONTO. ONTARIO I enclose SI. 00 (pluj 25 cents lor handling ond lor iho fourth edition of "Suburban and Co Homes" I uncles" 50 cent! Inlu! 15 cents for handling maillnol lot the book ol duplex ond multiple home designs. sliowino lamplr, "Home of the Week" designs and other design book! ovailab.e. Please SBrtd nn order --O that I may order builder'5 plans for Ihe design shown above. SIMPSONS bears NOW IS THE TIME FOR FALL PLANTINGl GOOD STOCK AVAILABLE OF TREES and SHRUBS SPECIAl! HARDY OUTDOOR MUMS Reg. 1.00 LYTHRUM Reg. 95c CLOSED SUNDAYS Lacombe Nurseries Ltd. 5 Miles Etut of Lelhbridgu on No. 3 Highway, PHONE 345-4633 pecials CORNENGWARE TWIN SET Reg. Cook, serve, store, and freeze In the same dish guaranteed unbreakable in extreme heat or cold. 2-pc. set ccnsistt of or. and 1-56 oz, saucepan with covers. Rifle and Shotgun Cases tinucs along with Hie plant so up jn piles by Ihc moles tbr child yct.s a complete I __ T n ilrtv ia-rt Few activities offer p. parent that the child gets a complete picture. As sorjn as Ihe blooms are withered, the flower head nff thn stem. child relation s'h i p greater i should be cut opportunity for companionship j Otherwise, it will ('-ovclo seed few years in! and, practiced R succession, the warmth and en joyment embodied in Ihe expe- rience may turn the child into a gardening enthusiast for life. While "playing" wilh children you can show inern a color pic- ture of a tulip, daffodil, hy- acinth or whatever huh] you're pods, using up food thai is re- quired by the. bulb, The leaves and stems, how- ever, are lefl in place until they and if I had had a box or two I would have brought some home. Don't forget to water your trees and shrubs, etc. These should be given a good soaking before the ground freezes. Around the I beginning of October, plants arc 40 to 52" lengths. Rod Irim. handles. Sporting Gootli inyl 1 tack vinyl Assorted Jewellery Rng. to Severn! different slyles fo choosn Jewellery (ram Winchester Shotgun Shells turn'brown. the flower i watered fairly heavily as nt this head, which used up Ihc (j-n weather in quite cnol Winchester itondacd load shells. 12 214" ovailnble in 2, 5, 6, shol. gouge, Sporting Ooodt German Earrings 10K Cold 3.99 Assorted colours ond itylei to chooso from. Jewnllery Jewel Boxes Ideal (or Gift Giving! Men't Volet Mahogany-Reg. ladies' Whito Box Reg. ladies' Torlishcll Aulomrjg.c Reg. Jcwellety 12.99 6.99 12.99 little Friend Opaque Parity Hose Reg. One sizo fill 100 to 150 Ibs. Wineberry, Beige, Black, Navy, Berry Reel, Cbocolole, Him o' todies' Hosiery planting, and can explain that pull ,nwnyj.flh in order to bloom in spring, it' IL" must be planlecl in fall so that it can sprout the roofs that feorl the flower, and develop the. stern thai Mipp'jrtK it. You might ni'-n cut of bulbs in half, fully li tn C vcloptd if i bin and young plant, If--, .r You can tell Ihr-m bigger I kn'jv.'lcdgc. and the bulb can be left in the ground to bloom another year, liicv i take place, f'ontimie at inter- lug i vals until freeze-up. Hershey's Bars or it can be lilted and replant- ed following f.'lll. bfr This week, I would like to thank those who took the time to wiile In Buggesling what won't rrrrx-m-j topics they would like lo 5fe in yoii column in Ihc1 rear 1L v.ould lo -idcl' to 'thc'i'r from nf yo" s" kcc'p [j j those letters coming. Reg. S-'Z.'SO Sc hnn per box. 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