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Better Homes & Gardens July 1976 Magazine Article: FACTS YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT VETERANS BENEFITS

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FACTS YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT VETERANS BENEFITS

Millions of dollars in veterans benefits go unclaimed each year, largely because veterans and their families don't realize exactly what they're entitled to. Here are some of the more important benefits.

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Better Homes & Gardens July 1976 Magazine Article: Want to cool your utility bill?

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Want to cool your utility bill?

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Better Homes & Gardens July 1976 Magazine Article: Dress up a bath with a marble-look lavatory bowl

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Dress up a bath with a marble-look lavatory bowl

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Better Homes & Gardens July 1976 Magazine Article: Panel high walls with ten-foot panel planks

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Panel high walls with ten-foot panel planks

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Better Homes & Gardens July 1976 Magazine Article: Get a super-smooth surface fast

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Get a super-smooth surface fast

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Better Homes & Gardens July 1976 Magazine Article: Foolproof photo system

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Foolproof photo system

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Better Homes & Gardens July 1976 Magazine Article: IS YOUR RADIATOR OVERHEATING?

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IS YOUR RADIATOR OVERHEATING?

Overheating is as hard on your car's engine as it is on your nerves. The optimum operating temperature of a late-model automobile is about 195 degrees-- a temperature that normally should be maintained by the radiator and thermostat.

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Better Homes & Gardens July 1976 Magazine Article: 100 ideas under $100

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100 ideas under $100

The tougher it gets to come up with 100 ideas under $100, the harder we try! And this year our efforts have really paid off. Sure, we had to watch the cost of our materials like hawks, but that spurred us to use our wits instead of our pocketbooks.

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Better Homes & Gardens July 1976 Magazine Article: HOW TO TRACK DOWN A LOST DOG

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HOW TO TRACK DOWN A LOST DOG

Losing the family dog is heartbreaking, and very often that heartbreak could have been avoided. It's almost impossible to lose a dog if you obey local restraint and confinement regulations. An open door or gate can tempt even a home-loving dog into chasing another pet or a ... or following children walking to school.

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Better Homes & Gardens July 1976 Magazine Article: ...Hot barbecue tips

Page: 43

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...Hot barbecue tips

To keep your cool this summer sharpen up your grill skills ... that first barbecue. These will help make your .. . cooking an all-out success.

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Better Homes & Gardens July 1976 Magazine Article: Naturals for kitchens

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Naturals for kitchens

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Better Homes & Gardens July 1976 Magazine Article: THE BEST ROOM AROUND COULD BE ...

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THE BEST ROOM AROUND COULD BE ...

... vacationing families on ... travel budgets, Kampgrounds of America's (KOA) rental program is a bargain ... checking into. At over 120 A sites in the U.S. and ... $9 or less buys overnight ... for four in a tent all set ready for you to move in.

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Better Homes & Gardens July 1976 Magazine Article: SUMMER FOOD SAFETY

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SUMMER FOOD SAFETY

As the temperature rises, so does the possibility of food poisoning. Only two hours at room temperature is enough to make some foods unsafe, and within 12 to 36 hours after eating the contaminated food you're miserable.

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Better Homes & Gardens July 1976 Magazine Article: TIPS TOOLS & TECHNIQUES

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TIPS TOOLS & TECHNIQUES

This feature is written by you. It's a wide-ranging collection of shop hints, installation tips, and repair shortcuts that you-- along with millions like you-- have picked up from your experience as a do-it-yourselfer. We pay $25 for each problem-solver we publish. See the box below for details.

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Better Homes & Gardens July 1976 Magazine Article: How to construct a fold-dow counter

Page: 56

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How to construct a fold-dow counter

If you occasionally need counter but can't spare the ... a foldaway unit may be just ... ticket. Open it to serve a ... or lay out a craft project, ... it when you're finished. And you can hang the counter where you have enough wall space even in a hallway.

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Better Homes & Gardens July 1976 Magazine Article: The Heartland America Rediscovered, Part 4

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The Heartland America Rediscovered, Part 4

"Europe extends to the Alleghanies, while America lies beyond," Ralph Waldo Emerson wrote over a hundred years ago. With all due respect to the founding fathers of the original 13 colonies, Emerson had a good point. What the traveler sees in the Heartland is the essential America, where grass, grain, and animals are almost as important as people, and where the old values still dominate, largely unaffected by the waves of fashion and fad thaf constantly surge over the east and west coasts.

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Better Homes & Gardens July 1976 Magazine Article: How to order material from the magazine

Page: 120

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How to order material from the magazine

You can order complete home carpentry plans for the Better Homes and Gardens Project Plans shown in this issue. Each plan packet includes:

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Better Homes & Gardens July 1976 Magazine Article: Shopping editor's choice

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Shopping editor's choice

Discover the ease and pleasure of shopping ... mail. Order from the convenience of your own home with complete confidence. If not delighted each company will happily refund your money

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Better Homes & Gardens July 1976 Magazine Article: The Man Next Door

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The Man Next Door

Aunt Opal says that if consumers really require all the protection they're being offered these days, maybe they should be recalled as too frail to survive under normal conditions.

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