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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THE lETHEKIDCf HERALD Friday, April IS lillllct-jU'Odl IIOMK OF THE WEEK J teJ sd ErU Efe r_- 1OX -Jil I1-.4-X Yinca polliiliun lolcraiil Eccoiro noon TLAM ikvidoil ir.sUMil in inil uv .liiiinr nhilini: I'umul [In- l.'Mr- liic iirm.v snukl'smnn "We're Ihom Mark One Designed In mc'.'t th ing needs of many famill this storey and a luitf home with full basemenl is moderate ly versatile. Arches lead from Ihe front entry In the living YOUR GARDEN By hcibelle R. Young, IS IMPORTANT 4 Gil mcxsl horticultural are no: uiiul il is not trio -soun lo start thinking aliou; some o[ Ilic tilings to do lo grow exhibition [n parlitulnr, I would like lo comment on cauli- flower and peas. To grow a pcrlVcl cauliflower for a show is about one of Ilic most difficult things lo do You either get u tixi early and il "fluffs" out or il is too late and not nf Ihc required sue. heing loo small. Weather con- ditions greatly affect the grow- ing of cauliflowers. Prolonged heaf ami dry spells can cause small curds. This is ,-dso causer! a nitro- geni deficiency early in the life i for sweetness ami of the plant. It is less likely to1 jiy if inny past their I'ln.nls are prime. Ihey" (cmf to he tough hitler, [f yen are contem- plating cnlering tbcrc are any color should also "be good. When picking peas, lake a plastic bag heads, which SCUTS the mid rih and interferes wilh Hie nat- ural flow of nutrients in tin plant, ft often causes Ihc plant I into Ihe garden, and wilh lo stop growing and Ihe curd pair of scissors, cut peas from from developing properly. Tic vine, leaving on part of the outer leaves together w i I b stem. In this way the "bloom" Iwme when curd is iK'twecn or dull finish is 'lefl on, which two and Ihrec inches in dia-1 is required (or exhibition spcci- meter Cauliflower may he incus. All peas should be uni- kcpt up lo two weeks or so al form in size. Parsnips a long sea- son of growth, so seed should he planted outdoors as soon in Hie spring as the ground can he worked. Germination takes up to three weeks. As parsnip i loses vilalily quile qnick- iciom on one side and the den sized closet can he used as n on the oilier. Almost half (he ground floor bedroom, separate ground floor is devoted lo Ilio dining room, or T.V. room. Sec- living-dining room wilh its ccn- oml floor has Iwo bedrooms Irally loeated fireplace. On Ihe each with dressing room, cross other side Ihc den with its over- vcnlilalion and biull in chest of A well planned basement has beater, laundry and recreation areas and a three piece wasll- 1 room. Wood siding and shuller- cd windows complete Ihe cx- terior. II23-G3 is a well thought out economical design tor a young couple. The upper floor can lie lefl for completion later, the basement washroom can lie eli- minated altogether, and even the garage could come lalcr. Without the garage, Ihe house needs only a JO foot lot, und lempcralurc of just abovr degrees This .should help if 5ours head up loo early. Peas lose swcelness and fla- vor early, and if a i ompelilion is very keen, sonic-linn.1.-. Ihc de- ciding factor is hy taste. That is, if Ihere arc four or five on- 1 tries Unit seem all "lops." then Ihe judges open the pods anc! HOMOGTUF CO. OF CANADA III JARV1S ST, at KINT. EAST TORONTO 1, Please send me further details about how to obtain standard builder blueprints for Design 112.1-fiii Or enclosed plcast find sl.OO (plus 25 cenls for hand- ling and mailing) for which send me the new Design Book cnlillcd "Fourth and Country Homes Designed For Canadians." An additional Ifl- page hook of duplex and multiple income home des- igns is available al 50c (ax free. terly lo it looks like inp ffom I IK tropics (jur- clo rol Imw ut- ilisf.iclory vinca is Grovts almost nni ulirrc if nn .nccLirule dcscripliun nf (lifs jilanl duarf nr.nual lincii. tt ttirivrs under adverse condi- tions Unit ivould mnkc oilier plant's up Ific Kliosl. It llirivri nlrnosl 1( is (otcnuii D[ pollution can be mat cluvc In llic foiul. Il is of Irene tlrniujhl, iiiul oilier adverse And il has no insect pests or diseases (hat holder it. WouMn't you tliink thai cvoiy jjunlcncr be inn il? plant dwarf vinca in Skin or in sc mi -shade il Mill proilncc ilr. hliiny, ilccp foliage and profuse bloom in cillicr location. Mo-vvcrs may be rose, pink, I'Uin or vliilc u'ilh red ccnlcrs, called Planl ihc slow-firowing seeds outdoors .iflcr soil has warmed or imlucvs for curlier bkioin. K1KST LOCK I Tlic Egyptians began lo use a lock and key about 2000 DC. HAIRY EGGS The cbimacra [ish lays n hair-covorcd egg 10 inches long. the foundation is nearly square, theoretically Ibe most economi- cal form lo build. PLANT NOW! TREES-SHRUBS-PERENNIALS ALL PLANTS GUARANTEED WITH S10 PURCHASE GET A PERENNIAL FOR lOc WITH THIS AD FREE DELIVERY IN IETHBRIDGE LACOMBE NURSERIES LTD. 5 miles E. of Inthbridge on Hwy. No. 3 Closed Open Evenings Phone 345-4633 GARDEN PLANNING OUR SPECIALTY ly, to get Ihe Iresh each vear. results, buy I slarled indoors about six weeks approximately April 20 prior to garden transplanting and are kepi growing slow and steady, given adequate amounts of water and nutri- ents. When growing indoors, watch oul for damp-off of young seedlings Seed may also lie sown outdoors around May in, thinning oul as plants grow. Be- fore planting seed or setting transplants out in the garden, treat row with Diazinon to con- trol maggots. Ordinarily, plsuLs are snaced 13 lo '_M inches aparl. but for exhibition they should he .10 indies. A firm soil pro- moles Ijcllcr growth. Some peo- ple grow cauliflowers in shal- low drills. When Ihe plants aro growing well. Ihe soil is pulled up around (lie stalk which rc- sulls in exlra roots forming further up Ihe slcm. Cauliflower require lo he E i v e. 11 adequate amounts of v alcr, as dryness al Hie rools starts them lo head up prema- Hircly. To keep the white hut- Icrflic.s away, dusl wilh Hole- none or OeiTilox, v.hich should he used afler a rain or walcr- plant several in s i1 e d s a show. little later (o mature around s h o w lime. Some catalogues give ma- turity dales, so you ran be guided hy this. Lincoln or Homeslcader is one of Ihe most popular peas in existence and matures in days: Thom- as Laxton lakes .55 days as does Laxlon's Progress. For exhibi- tion, peas should be larec. but i lo reply to all correspondence not overly mature: well filled I and ih> her practical garden- (hold up !o Ihe lo see ing as writ. How deep should rhuharh he plailled? Ans. The should jusl he set below ground level. N'O'l'K: All questions should bn sent, isith self adtlresscd- slanipcd, envelope lo Sirs. I. R. Voimg, 3620 Centre B. St. N.W.. Calvary 43. Due. to Ihe numhcr of letters asking more than onr. question it is requested in future coqnirles thai only question he submitter! cadi lime as il is impossible fnr Mrs. Young Gel your mower now Hy Mil. I-'IX Don I wail until wjur lawn needs mowing to roll Ihc mover out of the garage and see if il is in shape lo use. Any lawn ing and occasionally during Ih summer. These are quite saf mower, power or hnnd. needs a spring checkup. [Join" it ahead of lime will nicnn il is ready to use when you reed it. It also is likelier In'ccl thronnh o use within seven days of the .summer uilhonl hrr.dun" harvosl. and if userl properly, prarlirally eliminate any worm .Most people d. damage. The wrapper leaves: I heir mr, should nol he hem over the'fall. If ol si ore tho you arc like nearly A grass seed like no other. Chcwings Fos< onliichyflluoor 1005; %_weed free money-back FREE a I your nearnsl HB-2 dealer informative and interesting folder- to buy Grass Sft fOR WHA TPRfUIUM OUAimrCMDOFOHYWRUtm. i 219. erampt' 4408. Ed YOU CAN BUY HB-2 GRASS SEED AT; SIMPSONS-SEARS DEPARTMENT STORES ALLIED HARDWARE STORES LINK HARDWARE STORES listen to CJOC Radio for lawn cqrc tips, Saturday 10 a.m. lo 2 p.m., brought lo you courlew of HT-J Grass Seed. everyone else your mower prob- ahly has a coating ol dust and dirt and maybe even a little rust. Clean It thoroughly. Scrape away accumulated grass clip- pings. If there is any fuel in the lank from last year, drain it. Horn lake any chances with it. Replace wilh fresh fuel I'osver mowers have an air cleaner that should be cleaned regularly. Slarl the summer with a clean filler. Clean it out hy rinsing it in kerosene or casolinc. Work in a well venli- laled area and in a spot where there is no flame or chance, of sparks. Some mowers use an oil halh filler. Drain out Ihe old oil and replace with fresh oil afler rinsing the parts. The fil- ler clement is generally soaked in clean oil and drained. If there is any donbl, check manufacturers' instructions. Don't spoil lhal fresh spring growth by chewing it up wilh a dull blade, or cropping il loo close wilh a blade thai is not adjusted. Adjust for proper height and Ihcn make sure Hie blade is sharp. A rotary blade can be touched up with a file. If it goes dull quickly again, then it needs grinding. Since rotary blades arc inexpensive, keep a spare on hand so lhal you al- ways have a .sharp blade lo use. I rieel mowers gel out of adjustment ralher easily. Hold I a sheet of newspaper between Ihc reel and Ihe knife blade. I If should cut the paper along the full length of Ihe knife. Adjust Ihe knife if il doesn't There arc adjusting mils or screws to do this. If your reel mower seems rlulll il may only need adjust- ing. If proper adjusting doesn't help then get Ihc blades sharp. cnerl professionally. Oil and grease your mower before using it. C.'o over all Ihe oiling pomls. Use grease nn Ihe axle. Coal wheel gears wilh grease. Bearings should he oiled. (Irrase and oil from .'ear Hi a I. has picked up dirt should he elcancd with a sol- Lubricate Ihece nninlc over again. Tighlen all mils and holts A loo'.e holt '.'.ill siinkc from the vibrations once you slrirt moving. I (.Newspaper Knlcrprise Assrj.l Here are 6 steps to style, Comfort and Savings and we have more! Women's and Teens' Font Fashions at Prices! You'll happy wilh o pair of these snazzy sboos or sandals Ihn momenl you sec Iheni! Choose from: A. Teens' Crinkle Fltil 2 big eyelets ana1 luce in 2-lone S'.'i-lO. n. 5-eyelel Crinkle Bicycln Shoe with coloured loco, 6-10. C. Cork- Mlcd Crinkl" '.vccivo sondal in or 5.10. FROM 6S to J5 Shop with Ease, Say "Charge It Please" Three New Styles for Men in Boots and Oxfords! And nil in good-looking, dependable Inaihnr ol ono pricel from: D. Zipper Ooot vj-iih now heel and ilrap'n' buckle dr.- lail. Brown, E. 5-eyo tin Burgundy-brushed lealhcr oxford with rubber sole and heel, 7-1 1. F, 5-nyo lie loe cap Oxford in "antiqued" brush- ed brown. PAIR USE YOUR CREDIT, CHARGE IT Open Daily 9 o.m. lo 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 o.m. to 9 p.m. ___College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive ;