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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta HOME OF THE WEEK DESIGN1 The firepiace has bwn taken out of moved to the family it will be enjoyed more. Tne family room nook HO-A- rr.ost as one room. dt.signtrJ this sinco the-o thrto rooms used mrist by the family. The off by itself, can be at all since there be no need I'jr younger-; to pass through it. Upstairs are three bedrooms of anp'e pro- family try! plen- ty of closet space. The v.'ir.'Jo'.v. ovcr- on the second floor, onlv natursl Ijcht the hut c-orn- the Tudor The roof the iir.e-, o: an Old English Tud'jr jriK thatch-.fJ H'jwever it can easily built with pesfe- ed gable end-, if msny Tudor homes are. can bt Eubstiiuted for the brick in cer- UJn areas. Ls one of the great psychologi- i bulbs in a larger container or are st'-ady in their new loca- eal Hits after -.vinter "recedes, j window box, using soil already tion arid won't tip over in a And there Ls a way that con- i in it. Or you can bury the if the soil is dry. tainer gardeners can share in pot and all in the larger contain- Fertilizer is not necessary, this pleasure, even though bulbs er. In either case, set them in i r_ine rarely planted kind ol Place so they are lower than bulb that you might like to try they were in the pots to begin i yourself is" the Ditch leak and takes in wa- Tne rubber tank ball I which ter.'Replace it. Sometimes just is hollow at the bottom floated bending Ihe wire float arm will v.on't survive over winter in con- tainers above ground in the Ca- 1 when it was raised. But j as the water level dropped, it fell back down to be reseated against the opening when the do the trick. (Newspaper Enterprise Assn.) nadian climate, except for south coastal B.C. In that favored area, bulbs may be planted in containers in late fall, the soil surface mulched, and flowers will ap- with. This gives them more an-; fe.x snort weeks after vou set j chorage and reduces t h ei r i them in outdoor they'd height for wind resLstance. I produce tiny, fragrant, orchid- j To take plants out of their j like flowe pots, run a knife around the in. i side tight against the pot side. eaters pear as if by magic in late win- j Then push an unsharpeoed pen- j growing Bulbs that have been grown pots are not suitable for the fresh water it closes the in- let valve as the water reaches its former level. Part of the water coming Big Birds need great amounts of food. Young Starlin gs some- times devour their own weight of insects and berries in a day. After one meal, 2 fucker's stomach was found to contain 5.041) anU. A bobwhite's held pigweed seeds. YOUR GARDEN By Isabella R. Young, F.R.H.S. j 'i Tornado develops but precise control of Remove the loose pot. Hold the j balcony gardener might be able i Failure to flush wh e n i terrific power ture and humidity is for the bottom of the soil with one i to trade off this years bulbs, handle is depressed Tne lift The energy of a single tor- professional hand and reverse the plant as alter fiGvreriJg. (or a spot in a MAKING PLANS FOR 1973 T F" pi a ar.ed ry per- son could have color in garden ail year r SUrtmg become disconnected nado has been estimated Container gardeners can beat i K r from the rubber tank hail. Tne hundred milliin fcUowatts or cr; for somr-ihinn bold and vellow, 6 inches; the weather ar.d have their col-1 >'ou ll lnto the Prepared fnena s garden where he j_ threaded the one-third as much as the total bright .When planning out a gar. Trollius. orange. 13 orful planters of Dutch bulbs nole in the container soil. try forcing his own bulb: over tqp Of the ball. It passes electrical generating capacity don't expK't to have ev- to V, inches; Bleeding Heart, next spring one wsy or another Gently push soil around acd the following winter. through several metal pjices 1 in the United States. the white. 30 inches. Next, i pretty hard to beat z de- ing perfect and seeds, etc. don't al- there is the Peony in white, out they way they pinks and reds, 3 to 4M- feet. termined gardener. Those v.iih their own plot of land, or v.ho can borrow a piece catalogues and plan out your i hazardly. beds and borders for the corn- roucd var- Ing year. You can Ejxrnd many i fetiss vdth tpiky ones, v.ell pleasarit hours doing LrJs. as tall flowers and short oces. as they are usually Jong- do not have to be every year. In the spring, we have the Primulas. tall and short, with the dwarf For the novice s.nd also for are a boon to gard- ihose who like a "charige of scenery" I would to maie some suggestions. From U-iese, I'm Bare you will begin to formulate many ideas of your own. Some people have a eion for a certain color; some irock gardens. Tnere is white prefer euhrfued colors and oth-' Candytuft, 6 inches; Alyssum Utilize attic for living space of pink and orange, grtraing 2 j about a foot below soil level. i to 3 feet and are most effec- j In colder areas, bury the pots tive with Iris. As these start to next to a foundation wall. fade, others come into bloom I Cover the pot surfaces with Delphiniums from 4 to over I leaves, straw, poly foam chips 6 feet in white j Or other suc-h material and then shadra purpie v.'ith Red Monarda, blue Del- fill the soil on top. As soon as the frost comes out and you can dig the soil in late winter or phiniums or are very popular early spring, n the pots one; extensively in Ihemseives in a torder Tne j to display areas, either setting Glaoiolus are lovely in large I the pots inside containers, or or even in borders with jther flowers, as their sword' like leaves are much Monkshood, blue or blue and white, 3 to feet, are a nice addition anywhere. Annuals must not be looked as they are so bright and gay ar.d add much to a gar- den. You can use one kind and color in a mass effect or sev- eral in a border. For the front of a bod, one could use alterna- tively, Tagetes Lemon Gem and replanting the noted bulbs. If you don't have access to a piece of ground, you can still have bulbs flower in your con- tainers by buying pots of green- house grown plants. Of course, you don't want to do this too early or the plants vnll Eimply freeze. You can judge the right time by keep- ing an eye on the gardens around. V.Tien tulips are six inches or more out of the ground, or when hyacinths are Carina both 6 inches. lower buds Ls abou Behind this vou could pat some j nStn' At time, pots bright red Geraniums. I used j forced bulhs are this last summer and it was jim: 'n Pnce> SI or _.._ verv strifcjiz. At the back of a of -everal bulbs. a' the bed were Peony bushes, Monkshood and in one comer a F'lov.ering Plum and ferns. and grocery stores, nurse: I s a 1 e s stations and florist shops. yellow and v.hite are good for dividing or subduing strong colors. Yellow com blue or The order of bloom outdoors is crocus, daffodil, hvacinth an well ituiip- if >'ou lo duph cate nature on your balconj tall Cosmos are ideal as a back- on nature, here's what to look for the of 2 borrx-r. lY-'u.iii.s, ono the rrjoit pop'jlar of al] annuals, are 2 riot of crjlor summer. My African hinck "Raise high the roofrAarns. 'iffi; to mrxiemize 'an st'ic (o f.zri tx: now gi-.'c your farriily more rireath- raliying en. 1 fJ'X'S ti'Jf; of ing SP--JCO )inng this book dc-'.frirx: yo-ir Tri-s g'jide can help you for a new life I! so, con- transform your attic into prime Eider the attir- A book living space by following step- directions outlined and extensively illustratefl. It iclls how to install insulation, lay sub-flooring, build a stairway, install a skylight, j large window, air conditioner, build partitions and apply pro- finished paneling and matching trim like a pro. Fxind 51.50 in cheque or mon- ey order for AUic Moderniza- tion Book No. to Carpentry Depart mfcnt, Tne Lethbriflge Herald, P.O. Station ft, Toronto, Ontario. Ktiilor's Note The Her- and uhiv? Cssc-ade Potun- one th'-re a seven-fvA, African blaek eayle ranks among the largest of all ea- gles. The bird can dispatch an antelope or baboon by swr-ep- ing in from Ix-hirM knrjok- ing from a What's in a in fin? The body of a man consists of about pounds of water, 20 pounds of protein, 25 pounds of fat, 5 pounds of min- erals, 1 pound of carbohydrate and one-quarter ounce of vita- mmg. ald dries rrr.t handle Iheso hhieiirinls anrl ft Is necessary in send requests for them lo the above addniss in Toronto. Plfasc write llic arMrrss as printed. Toronto Slar (Copyright 1S72. behind this Blue rjfrtunia.s. I used Commancne Fled Petun- ias in a tub. combined with blue and trailing yellow Lys- irnachia or Creeping Jenny. Other effective combinations are Pink Petunias with while Snaps anrj blue Pansics; red a; Petunias, yellow Snaps and j a orec.n fj, white Alyssum; blue ar.d white j sigrjs Sf yellow Petunias with yellrr.v Mangolds; is starting to open. Pots of any coloring ar.d be distinct from the grass-like foliage vnth no brov. n or spots; hv- acinth flower heads should be visible beyond the leaf- tips, but the buds'of the florets should stiil be- lightly together. Buy tulips when flower" buds have swollen snd .shov. a strip of color at the edges of the fold- ed petals which will still be green- Choose a pot where all the flowers are about the same height and, price for price, that has the most buds. Daffodils should have tubular and show- id that has signs of yellow at the tip which Petunias edged with Hue bulhs already in open flower, or old style his style Lobelia or Ageratum: red Pe- even fullv colored hut not open tunias and Dusty Miller: ycl- I makc a quicker show but low Petunias an-i red and j vrill not last long, and will suf. low; whi.e Petunias i fer more from a dip in tempera- i Bells of Ireland and Cherry Zin i lure. nia. bordered with yellow Marl- Accustom the plants lo out- golds; while Petunias and pink door temperatures first on a or red Geraniums. An all ycl- cold window sill and then out- low Snaps or or I side on days above freezing all pink Petunias and Snaps, when the temperature is not ex- in a variety of colors. peeled to go low at nigf.t. Afler To each and everyone, a very hardening, they'll be able to Happy and Prosperous New stand cold spells. Year! To achieve a natural look yoa I He opened up tne north with baling wire, canvas and courage-and maybe the thought of Lethbridge Old StyIe_Pilsner waiting when he made it back home. Alberta's original Pilsner has logged a lot of miles and quenched a lot of thirsts in nearly fifty yearsTand it tastes'as'good today as it did way-back-when. Slow-brewed and naturally aged for men who appreciate the down-to-earth flavour of an honest, old-time beer. Try it. TRADTTIOH YOU CAN TASTE FROM THE HOUSE OF LETHBRIDGS ;