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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE LETHBHIDQE HERALD Friday, October 11, 1974 HOME OF THE WEEK 32'-O" DESIGN 23-154- 1024-SQ.FT. R3-254 1024 Sq. Ft. The three bedroom cottage illustrated is impressive, but modest in size. Study the contemporary styling, the low pitched roof, brick trimmed wall in front, colourful planter and extended side wall to give the impression of added length. Being square in floor plan, it can provide maximum living space for minimum cost. The plans show details for building with or without a basement 'and also for building all in frame or all in brick veneer. Between the front entry and the living room a trellis gives a feeling of separation without excluding natural light from the area. More and more homemakers are .asking for front-facing kitchens and this design shows a contemporary family kitchen with generous dining space, and a main floor laundry neatly hidden behind folding doors. HOME-0-GMPH HOME PLANNING SERVICE 40 Janrie St, Toronto, Ontario MSC 2H1 O I enclose (plus for handling) for "Home Designs for Canadians" Book 1 (homes up to sq. D I -enclose (plus for handling) for 'Home Designs for j Canadians" Book 2 (larger homes, vacation t) Please send free brochure showing sample ''Home of the Week" designs and other design books available. D Please send an order form so I may order, building plans for design No. shown above. NAME ADDRESS UBW Your Garden I' Coming to LETHBRJDGE Saturday Night OCTOBER 12 Bible prophecy anawara your questions nightly at p.m. "BLOOD ON THE MOON" Siturfcy, Ocntar TV speaker, world traveller and lecturer. Illustrated in color on the screen. Sunday, October p.m. "War of Worlds" Monday, October p.m. "Dead Mm do Toll Tales" Tuesday, October p.m. "Josus Josus for Wednesday, October p.m. "Plain Truth about tho World Sponsored by "It is Written" TV Telecast CIVIC SPORTS CENTRE 11th Street and 5th Avenue South, Lethbridge FREE TRANSPORTATIOH-Phone 327-1372 FREE ADMISSION Grow your own citrus fruits By ISABELLE R. YOUNG (F.R.H.S.) Years ago I grew a lemon- tree indoors and when I took some of the fruit to show friends of mine they wanted to know where I got the nice They were real- ly huge. The novelty of growing citrus fruit seems to be spreading. At the time I had mine I did not have a greenhouse, but it seemed to produce quite successfully in the living room. To start with, any good potting mixture may be used. Some make up their own, con- sisting of two parts good loam, one part each of peat moss and coarse sand with the addition of two cups of bonemeal for each bushel of mixture. If yon are unable to obtain any ..well rotted cow manure, there is always the packaged that is quite good, using about two quarts to your bushel of mixture. For the fun of it, you could start your plants from seed. These are planted' in moist, shallow earth in a small pot and kept covered in a dark place until the sprouts are showing well. Move into partial light and as the seedlings grow, move them gradually to full sunlight. .It takes several years for them to bear flowers and fruit, anywhere from four to eight years, depending on growing conditions. Citurs fruits require to be grown rather on the cool side, especially at night, in a temperature of around 50 degrees, with a 15 degree rise in daytime. This is not always easy to obtain in an house or apartment Plenty of light and moisture is also a necessity. ROGER RICKWOOD IS CONCERNED ABOUT SAFETY ON YOUR STREET ROGER RJCKWOOD FOR ALDERMAN Insetted by Vie Roger fftckwood for Alderman campaign covnfMMoo An acid soil is most important so water at least once a month with the following solution one tsp. vinegar to one cup of water. Fertilize once a month with 20-20-20. Much pleasure is derived from the magnificently perfumed blossoms of these plants. If kept in too hot a condition, they make plenty of growth but no blossoms or fruit. Some people say that the oranges are very sweet and if left on the tree for several.months before picking they are really delicious. Eventually you can put your seedling tree in a 14- inch pot, but this will probably be some time. Don't be in too big a hurry to do this as over- potting is just as harmful as underpotting. With regard to pruning, occasionally cutting the top to maintain the re- quired height.is usually all that is required. You can also purchase citrus plants from nurseries or seed companies.-These are generally quite a nice size. The plants are quite attractive with their dark green, shiny foliage and lovely blossoms. As mentioned previously, they must be grown in rather a cool atmosphere. To produce fruit you can either polinate the blooms with a small paintbrush or you can put the 'pot outdoors in the summer and let the insects help, with this process. If the blossoms drop on your dwarf lemon or orange it could be because of lack of light when grown in- doors, or improper watering. When flowers and fruit are developing the plant should not be allowed to dry out at any time. At other times, keep a little more on the dry side. These citrus plants may be attacked by spider mites, so misting the foliage several times a week will help to pre- vent or control this. Also watch our for mealy bogs. Ponderosa dwarf lemon is the one usually grown as a dwarf pot plant indoors. It produces fruit weighing anywhere from one to three pounds on plants approx- imately two feet or so in height The flowers resemble those of orange blossoms. This particular variety is best grown in a tnb.Tbe dwarf orange Citrus otaitensis, has small oranges about the size of a tangerine. The Tahiti lime has also very fragrant flowers, producing small frail on two foot plants. It yon wish to have more plants, yon can also propagate by cuttings in Jhe spring. HAD ONLY LLAMAS The Incas had no knowledge of the wheel, no draft animals and m beasts of burden other than the enough to transport loads bat too frail to carry a man, National Geographic magazine says. SUPER SAVERS LIMITEp QUANTITIES Merchandise on Sato Friday 9 to 9 p.m., and Saturday a.m. to p.m. MIX AND MATCH CRIMPKNIT Rog. Yard. ASSORTED Rolled Fabrics to 60" wide. Yard............. 98 ELEGANCE SHEETS and flat 5.96 Double ___.............. 6.48 Pillows...................2.55 FLANNELETTE SHEETS Sizes 54x80" 3.22 4.22 80x90 5.22 DISCONTINUED Scotian Bedspread only quantities or green ESSO ENGRO FERTILIZER 16-20-0. Limited quantitlM. 3 SCHICK -Reg. 23.96 Styler Dryer 18 Photo Albums V- adhesive Each 2 22 CHILDRENS Co-ordinate Suits Set includes dress, pants, jackets Off BROTHER Typewriter Each '85 GIBSON Christmas Cards -25 cards and envelopes -Reg.2.25 1 50 TONKA DRAGSTER MOTOR CYCLES 4.44 3 POLYESTER QIRLSSUMS 3-6X 3.46 2 CLEOPATRA PANTY HOSE size fits all BLACK DECKER 7'A" CIRCULAR SAW Rag. 39.96. METAL TOOLBOX 12.96 Each 10 HALLOWEEN CANDY pkgV per box 1.66....... 1 44 SKILLET RESTAURANT Turkey Dinner all the trimmings 1.39 99 DISCONTINUED ASSORTED TRUNKS OFF MEN'S VINYL Attache Ciu or black 14.88 10 GIRLS' HI RISE BIKES colors 54.96 30 BOYS'LONG! SLEEVE PULLOVERS 8-16 4.66. 3 LADIES'WINTER SNOW BOOTS sizes MEWS 10 Sand Mint Frame 99.88 '80 Zellers County Fair I fel m wnnw vn nwfvi iwRjnMn unra. wpvn oaay ;