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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta ilERMP rildnv. It, HOME OF THE WEEK UPPER SQ. UNIT 10 M4-1103 LOWER FLOOR 750 SQ. FT. 750 Sq. Ft. carry alternatives. Tims con- ities. provision for wash tubs, Upper 750 Sq. Fl. variation can be ob- dryer and washer and recrca- With land costs high prospec- among a numbers of lion area. live homeowners are becoming Each is built with a full (Copyright 1972. increasingly interested in an Us own heating facil- 1 Toronto Slary .Syndicate) income-producing property, _ ___ _____ _ __ plex or triplex, intending live in one unit and derive Home Planning Service enue from the others. For n large family JARVIS ST., TORONTO, ONTARIO week's "universal design'' is 1 enclose (plus 25 cenls for handling nnd mail- worth consideration. The for ihe fourih edttron of "Suburban and plan can show three a den and sewing room, or enclose 50 ccnls [plus 1 5 cenls for handling end bedrooms and a den, or for ihe hook nf duplex and multiple home bedrooms. Hie centre shows a balcony in front, Please send fres brochure ihowfnq sample "Home of two end have their bal- the Week" designs and other design books available. conies overlooking the rear Please afi order form sa ihol 1 may order den. Recessed front entrances pi am for the dnsign shown above. 1 appear on the side units, Bre not shown on the NAME Actually, balconies can placed front or rear, and roof can be a modified gahle low slope front to rear, ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ _____ ___ Check condition of ftv T-'IX ami warped areas. with n straight saw The silling on your house is j spots are not loo easily not indestructible. Minor there is a spot that the board won't come out age docs occur and peels or blisters examine one piece you will have lo should he made quickly flaws. Blistering paint is a chisel to lake it out in major repairs are of moisture pieces. Cut Ihe replace- only is there the some nearby board the very same size to consider. Cracks in piece of siding that is the cut-away area. Do not siding allow water to be repaired rather than nails that arc too large. through to damage if taken care of will cause splitting. walls, Draffs for which you Spread wood glue the underside 01 the not account may have such split. Force it closed for added life. Nail in the board, driving using rustproof naiSs. Se! The constant, presence at an nail heads. Calk all scorns. moisture in the wall can siding can be prime (he nails or fill the to structural into place with nails with woodfillcr, then paint. The siding is that layer, Drill holes first to shingles are easier to erally wood, on the very futher than clapboards. Split nf Ihe house. The wall the board is old shingle with a chisel or of siding, then a layer of damaged to repair. knife and remove the pieces. ing paper, then a layer then is in order. nails you can reach should sheathing. After this, the the damaged piece pulled with a claw hammer. vail studding, another of the the others with a hack- lathe and to replace it. Remove Wood siding is generally of the clapboard type, thin hoards nailed so that they overlap. Reg nlar naintintr u'il! kocn piece carefully so lhat you don't damage the hoard above i all the pieces removed, you can slide a new shingle into place. Then nail. A shingle siding in Rood shape. But look It over regularly and give it a Ihorough checking before re- painting. Look carefully for cracks Very gently pry up the board with a chisel or a pry bar. Cut the nails with a keyhole hack- saw. Cut away the damaged j that is or cracked can be nailed down. NOW IS THE TIME FOR FAIL PLANTINGI GOOD STOCK AVAILABLE Of TREES and SHRUBS SPECIAL! HARDY OUTDOOR MUMS Reg. 1.00 WHRUM Reg. 95c....... CLOSED SUNDAYS NOW 50C Now 50C Lacombe Nurseries Ltd. 5 Miles East of lelhbrlctge on No. 3 Hfghwoy, Coaldale PHONE 345-4633 today's FUNNY HAMMER AND G4ISEL WVKE PIGGY BANK WITHDRAWALS Your garden iiy ISAUEI.M; II. YOUNG, K.U.L1.S (iKOWING UNDER I'-LUOHESCENT LIGHTS I [GUI' plays an impw-tant pait in tlic growth o( plants, whether it be natural or artificial. In our area, most oE our growing season outdoors is over and so one will have to concentrate on indoor growing. For an indoor hobby, all year, growing under fluorescent lights could be most enjoyable and interesting. Commercial growers are experimenting with artificial light to not only control growth in greenhouses, but also in open fields. They can govern the blooming of chrysanthemums and poinsel- tias and other flowers by regu- lating the day length. Did you know I hat those people who have to spend long periods in a submarine grow their own sal- ad greens with the aid of 8 W. Cool White fluorescent lamps? Fluorescent lights are used for many house plants such as African violets, geraniums, cacti and others, as well as for vegetables. They are also ideal for getling tuberous begonias off to a good start in the spring, as well as for germinating seeds and growing bedding-out plants. There is .nothing quite like sunlight, but sometimes during the fall and winter, it is inadequate for proper growth of plants, so for best results artificial light is resorted to. Your indoor garden can be a place in the basement, an un- used room, a porch or in a liv- ing or dining area. If you are using the basement, painting the walls and ceiling white will create more light. Two, 4 feet, lamps in a reflector will supply about 400 foot-candies of light at 18" from the lamps over an area of At 12" the light intensity will be increased to about 600 foot-candles. Gro-Lux lamps are more expensive but their soft, pink glow does im- prove the beauty of plants and flowers on display. They also give a better balance of -red and blue rays that more closely resemble sunlight, so therefore, produce healthier, sturdier plants. It has also been found these increase production and cause plants to self-branch bet- ter. You could use these for the pose of helping specimens branch out anrj then put them under less expensive flu- orescent fixtures. It is a good idea to suspend tubes horizon- with chains so you can or lower them as re- Plants make food during the light hours and digest it in thu dark. About 12" is a good dis- tance for the lights lo be from planls. You can put it closer, but if the leaves turn yellow, it is too close. Usually, you set smaller planls nearer the lubes and the larger ones a r I h e r away. Remember the centre 12" of the tube omits stronger rays than the en6i. A combination fluorescent lamp and incandescent lamp is used '.or balance of red and blue light and heat. Incandescent lamps provide low intensity light with a high proportion of light and quite a bit of heal, wlule the fluorescent gives off approximalely 212 times more light- per Wall of electricity and they abound in blue light wilh very litlle red or heal. Many types of flu- orescent lamps are available and each supplies slightly dif- ferent qualities of light. There are daylight, cool white, warm white, Gro-Lux, etc. W i t h African violets, some people find the lights should be about 12 lo 14 inches above Ihe plants and kepi on only 10 to 12 hours, olherwise the leaves tend to burn. Light quality is mportant factor. In gen- eral, red light promotes elonga- tion of bragches and enlarge- ment of leaves; blue causes low, stocky growth with small If grown solely under incandescent lights, plants lend to be tall with large, succulent leaves and stems. The white light of incandescent lamps is rich in red and lacking in bine light. Planls in red lighl will be paler in color than those in blue light. Most fluorescent lamps will supply a reasonable proportion of both. NOTE: All questions should lie sent with sell arldrcssccl- sfamped, envelope lo Mrs. I. R. Young, 3620 Centre B. St. N.W., Calgary 43. Due lo the number of letters asking more than one question it is requested In future enquiries lhat only ONE question he submitted each Irmc as il is impossible fnr Airs. Young (0 reply In all rorrrsprmdprire and rlo hrr practical garden- ing as well. o Wooko o o O u O O O o O i BARGAINS Friday and Saturday Only V o o n O BIG NOSE The elephant seal gets its name because the male of the species has a nose which can he inflated lo resemble an ele- phant's trunk. Kisllers Pic V Mix Specials A truck load of Ihe (ineit English candy. Check our Centre Aisle display. SPECIAL '-0 Ju Jubes Hi Ib. bags. Fruit flavored, Comes in handy poly bag. SPECIAL 2 bags' Mallow Cookies 24 oz. box. 2 Individual pack-SPECIAL 2 fdr 1 .76 Dare Chocolate Chip Cookies 2 Ib. package. Fresh and delicious. SPECIAL Ib. tinned Peanuts Choose from Blanched, or Spanish. SPECIAL Value Pack Bars 40 five cent bars per pack. A good assortment of bars. 1.67 Kraft Caramels 200 caramels per pack. Individually wrapped. 1.67 Garbage Bags 10 bags per pack. Key lock closure. 26" x SPECIAt Rollers 800 Ib. safe weight load. Easy to install. SPECIAL 1-43 10 Pee. Coffee Set Includes hnndcrafted coffee pot, four mugs, sugar with cover and cream, wrought Iran stand arid warmer. Gold and ftQ Green. SPECIAL Boards Choose frOTi oval, round, and kidney shaped boards. SPECIAL Beverage Pitchers Twist on cover. Perfect for hot or cold drinks. Unbreakable, dishwasher safe. Assorled colors. 72 oz. size. Oft SPECIAL for PRINTED COTTON Drapery Hopsacking 45" wide. Fully washable. As-sorled patterns. SPECIAL i -29 Sheets Flannelette Color-fasl. 70" x SPECIAL 1.99 Casual Hose Acrylic and nylon. Sizei 1 0 to 12. 2 O n Ladies' One Parity Hose Beige and spice. 100% nylon, sorted colors. Ladies' Briefs Sizes S-M-L 1.33 and Boys' Slim Sets llretch nylon. Sizes 4 lo Toddlers' 2 Pee. Slim Sets 100% ilrelch nylon. Sizes 2 lo SPECIAL 2 I0ts