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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID _ Friday, OcloW 13, 1971- McditGrraneaii styling Virgmillo home has super ideas Vlrginillo Homes of bridge lias come up with a homo design in split-level Med- iterranean styling that lias every convenience. It's smart, it's beautiful and She accent is on super-rich fin- ishes and warm, warm colors. The magnificent front lias arches, California slate, double- door entrance with a rich, shad- ed walnut woodgrain finish and sculptured overlays. It's a beauty! You'd bcller believe it! Take a handsome house, add a handsome family, and you've got ttie recipe for wonderful living. You'll find sliding doors to the patio. Phone them, ask them about it. Their number is 328-5051. Tye color schemes are smart. The exterior boasts olive green with wliile trim and white trim around the entrance. The slate is warm, a welcome in it- self. Two-car driveway beckons visitors, Enter the home to see the beautiful wall to wall heavy shag in yellow tones, 'flic ceil- ing, sparkling, slopes to follow tlie gable roof. Sec the modern lighting fix- tures. Three ball lights hang from the ceiling and in the kitchen. The railing lo the upper level is while and gold. Marble design covers the counter tops in the kitchen. The vinyl flooring cm the kit- chen has a simple, sincere de- sign bringing the flavor of the Flemish masters into the home. Be thrilled at the picure wall of gold and green in the dining room area. The glass chandelier spar- kles. It is graced with gold and white candle-styled lighls. Sliding doors off the dining area lead one to the patio where you'll discover green in- door-outdoor carpeting. An outward curving railing brings good design and safety to the patio, lending a look of superb styling. Color, color, color is every- where in the upper rooms of this fantastic split level. Be charmed by the violet rugs, wall to wall, contrasting the off-wliite walls stunning! It's the master bedroom! Bath- room is handy. Red in quite rose tints covers the wall-to-wall in another bed- rom. We call it vermillion. It reflects its beautiful tints on to the walls. The smaller bedroom has a lovely blue rug. The family room has a won- derful slate wall, giving the fireplace a full wall lo itself. The hearth becomes a scat for the entire length of the wall. You'll delight at the orango and brown wall-lo-wall carpet in the family room. There is a bedroom and a bathroom off the family room. This is a four-bedroom house. You will see Armstrong Vinyl Corlon on the floors in utility areas. A fantastic, beautiful home. VIRG1NILLO HOMES OFFERS THE CLASSIC CONCEPT CONGRATULATIONS ON HOME SHOW '72' We are proud to be as- sociated with the Lethbridge Housing Association 1201 3rd Ave. S. Phone 328-7777 homes started last month OTTAWA (CP) Construc- tion starled on new ur- ban houses and apartment units in September, bringing the total (or the first nine months of the year to Central Mort- gage and Housing Corp. report- ed here. The federal housing agency said this represents an increase of nine per cent over the same period last year, taking into consideration changes that were made between the two years in the areas designated as urban following the 1971 cen- sus. Cumulative construction starts on single family dwell- ings this year are up by about 25 per cent from a year ago. Starts on multiple dwellings are up by about one per cent. CMHC said construction activ- ity in September represented an annual rate of abeut housing units, up from the Au- gust rate of The rate for the third quarter of 1972 was compared with in the first quarter and in the second quarter the year. Keep home running CONCRETE Although generally consider- ed to be a discovery of the last century, concrete dates back to the Roman period. Con- crete consists of two aggregates or hard materials and a binder, thoroughly nu'xed with water. In drying, it becomes a hard mass like stone. FERRO-CEMENT Ferro cement's secret was discovered some years ago by Kalian arclutcct Pier Luigi Nervi. It's a tiiin slab of mor- tar reinforced with layers of mesh and thin steel rods, lie first used it to build roofs on huge buildings without using wooden forms. Now it's even used for boat building and it's only five-eighties of an inch thick at some points on tho hulls. Use twin layers of metal lath wired together with one- quarter inch reinforcing rods. PANEL BATHROOM Formica's Panel System 202 is a fine way to update an old bathroom. Panels four or five feet wide come in lengths to 10 feet to fit tjctween special moldings. The face is Formica, one sixteenth of an vch thick backed by a oneeighth of an inch foam sheet that has enough give for a smooth installation over tiles and other irregular walls. Our Hearty Congratulations To The LETHBRIDGE HOUSING ASSOCIATION'S HOME SHOW '72 YOUR EFFORTS ARE A CREDIT TO THE HOUSING INDUSTRY AND WE ARE PROUD TO BE ASSOCIATED WITH YOU BY SUPPIYING FINEST QUALITY MILL WORK NORTH LETHBRIDGE MiLlWORK LTD. 120 N. MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE PHONE 328-5215 "SUBWAY SHOPPING CENTRE" Congratulations To The LETHBRIDGE HOUSING ASSOCIATION HOME SHOW '72 THE FINEST HOMES IN CANADA IT'S A PLEASURE TO BE ASSOCIATED WITH YOU! Neudorf Plumbing and Heating Ltd. and Neuko Sheet Metal Ltd. 1B1T 2nd Avenuo Soulh Phone 328-2533 or 328-5825 ;