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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta HOME OF THE WEEK DUPLEX DESIGN NO.286 EACH FLOOR 986 Sq. Ft. A very Interesting brick ve- neer Income Home with a full I basement accessible to both apartments. Provision is made for two separate heating units i if desired. White only a I carport is shown, it could be I extended to house two cars. De- tails for this are shown on the f blueprints. Each suite has a large Living Dining area, and la convenient Kitchen arrange- i ment, plus two bedrooms and a I 'four-piece bathroom. Could be buflt on a narrow lot. Home-O-Graph Home Planning Service 40 JAftVIS ST., TORONTO, ONTARIO M5C 2H1 I enclose each (plus 25 cents for handling end mailing) for two new books "Home Design for Cana- Book 1 presents designs for homes up to 1600 so. ft. for 1 storey and split level, 1850 sq. ft. for one and one half and 2 storey. Book 2 includes larger homes and vacation homes. Also avai'cble is an 18 page book of duplex and multiple home designs at 50 cents. I Please send an order form so that i may order builder's plans for the design shown above. NAME ADDRESS -T1J 3Z7 Turn Brown Grass Green in 7 your money back GROWING VEGETABLES.. TO PERFECTION Last Sunday I was out at Innisfail and saw some wonder- ful vegetable gardens (among other They were al- most faultless, as far as a show garden goes, with all the vege- tables thinned out just so and the ground weeded and culti- vated. Gardens such as this can be just as beautiful as flowers. When I stood there and admired them, I thought this might be a good idea to give you, the readers, a few pointers on growing vegetables "just a little bit Some of the this information may be somewhat late for this year, such as seeding, but 1 think some of it could be quite valuable at this time. Carrots come up much better when sown fairly thickly as the stems tend to be weak, there- fore, several thinnings have to be earned out before they are YOUR GARDEN By Isabella R. Young, F.R.H.S. the proper distance apart. On the first thinning they will be too small to use, but as time goes by you should be able to cook some of them. Each time you want some carrots pull out where they are the thick- est. When they are young they ere sd delicious and sweet do not even scrape them, just wash them off with a brush. They should be finally thinned to stand 2 to inches apart, depending on the variety. Use a fertilizer low in nitrogen. Beets are easier to thin out than carrots and the tops, when boiled, are very tasty and pre- ferred by many to spinach. Each single seed contains two to (our seeds, so no matter how far apart you plant them, some thinning is necessary, until finally they are 3 to 5 inches apart. Feed the same as carrots. Another root crop is tbe parsnip, which requires a long growing season. At final thinning they should stand ap- proximately 3 to 4 inches apart in the row. Feed with a ferti- lizer high in phosphorous, the same as for carrots and beets. Some people from seed right den, and if this you use, thin until the plants inches apart, small, compact spaced as close In soils supplied sow cabbages out in the gar- is the method out gradually stand 20 to 24 Some of the heads can be as 18 inches, with plenty of Friday, July 70, 1973 THE UTHBRIDGE MEHAtD licious. Fertilize the same as cabbage. Summer or white turnips are thinned to 4 inched and then finally to 6 or 8 inches apart. Winter varieties are spaced 8 to 10 inches apart in the row. Feed the same as for cauliflower. Onions started in the garden from seed or sets are gradually thinned from 2 to 6 inches apart, depending on the even- tual size required. Fertilize with a high phosphorous fertilizer. Lettuce is a very popular ve- getable. Thinnings may be used as transplants and make superior heads to those seeded directly where they are to grow. Gradually thin out to stand 12 to 15 inches apart. The leaf lettuce is more tender if not thinned out too much. As with all leafy vegetables, con- siderable nitrogsn is requir- ed for proper development. humus fertilize with 14-14-7 or 16-20-0, but if the soil con- tains a fair amount of sand, extra nitrogen will have-to be used, such as 27-14-0. Pulveriz- ed sheep manure is also good. Cauliflowers are spacrd or thinned to 18 inches apart in the row. They are somewhat more difficult to grow than cabbages, especially if there is any check in early growth, which will result in poor plants. Feed with 16-20-0 of 11-48-0 or any other fertilizer high hi phosphorous. Kohlrabi is sown in the gar- den like radishes and is grad- ually thinned to 6 inches apart. There is the white and purple variety and both are quite de- r 1 Laundry Detergent Powder SUNLIGHT 5-lb. net wt. (King Size) pkg. ALPINE CLUB ASSORTS) FLAVOURS Soft Drinks 28 fl. or. screw top bottles Bottles PLUS DEPOSIT PRIDE OF ARABIA COFFEE 1-Ijb. net wt. bag c MINUTE MAID LEMONADES BONUS ASSORTED STEWS 24 fl. oz. tins FACIAL TISSUEO: AQ Canadelle: 200's 2 ply ............Mm R 2 i 65e Liquid Detergent 7Qc Swan Pack of 2 24-fl. oz. bottles.......... if Jr BANQUET FROZEN CREAM PIES POWER PLUS LIQUID BLEACH net wt. 128 fl. or. bottle ROUND STEAK or RUMP ROASTS Government inspected Canada Grade A Beef. .19 Ib. COOKED HAlflS Premium' Government Inspected, ready to serve Whole, Half or Quarter........................ Ib. Beat The Summer Heat... Stop Your Lawn From Drying Out... Enjoy More More Color, More Beauty, More Gardening Pleasure for Less Gardening Work Vow Flood Yonr Lawn and Garden With Beanty All Summer Long Amazing RX-15's "mois- turized minerals" renew the springtimefertilirjrof your dry, parched soil. Nitrogen gives "greening Phosphorus and Potassium "flowering magic." These and scientifically balanced amounts of 7 other vital nutrients are absorbed into your grass and flowers in lett than CO minutes. Thirsty, liungry roots start on their way to deeper, healthier growth INSTANTLY. And unlike or- dinary dry fertilizers soluble KX-15 applied in water -won't barn yonr plants even when ap- plied doling periods of heat and drought. That's why RX-15 treated lawns and gardens re- sist the withering, killing ef- fects oz Summer's sizzling Breather. Now amaze the "ex- perts" in your neighborhood that fresh look of spring all around your hone-with jest ordinary garden care and a few easy sprinklings of fast-acting MARI TUB TUT: Writ, IX-tt w attr n ynll It Fight Crab Crass, Too "The best cure for crab grass is heavy stand of turf. That takes says the director of a famous golf course. You simply dissolve tablespoemfnl of RX-15 into each gallon of water needed and apply as directed once or twice a month. 'Watch in ment as RX-15's summer grow- ing power turns irowa grass green, grows a losher, racher lawn in 7 fcceps roots dig- fing deeper, blades of grass growing thicker to shade and crowd out pesky crab grass from yonr lawn. Saves von end- less boars of backbreaking bending, stooping, plucking. Hale Tills Simple 60 Second Test LAWN: Sprinkle any "brown patch" in your lawn with RX-15. Then see for yourself how fast that brown patch be- gins to turn GREENER, thicker, healthier in just 7 days, dry spell or no dry spell, or yonr money is refunded. FLOWERS AND PLANTS: Take any two plants. Sprinkle one with the RX-15, the other with plain water. See how fast the RX-15 treated plant comes to life, how tall and beautiful it grows despite the sizzling Afrimi 4Vi w You most get results like these or your money back. COSTS omv rannts A OAUOH. 3 pound size malces 120 gallons of rich, growth producing fer- tilizer solution a season lone supply for average lawn and garden. SO UIT, SO A CMltD CAN IT. Simply sprinUe from watering pail or garden hose spray gtm. CANT BUIN nun toon. Even when used at triple the specified amount. mttn fertniro tht mm tint. SttlSt letli yitar torn, iimoa, Hmen ncttables a vlufly ilnam et jmt In flit svn. Worts ray ttrSai luce sprinkler system or sorter df fevdt MINCED BEEF Government Inspected, freshly ground Ib. 89 c BULK WIENERS Government Impeded, Bums Bor-B-Q------Ib. OUTSPAN NAVEL ORANGES Large size Wt IDEAL FOR LEMONADE FRESH SUNKIST LEMONS AVAILABLE AT YOUR FAVORITE CARDEN SUPPLY DEALER tftarwm IM MI MMB. 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