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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHIKIDCE HIKAID Friday, November J4, HOME OF THE WEEK E3-BIT Fl. Homograf Home Planning Service 40 JARVIS ST., TORONTO, ONTARIO I enclose 51.00 (plus 25 cents for handling end moil- ing) for ihe fourth edition of "Suburban and Country Homes" 1 enclose 50 cents (plus 15 cents for handling and mailing) for the book of duplex and multiple home designs. Please send free brochure showing sample "Home of the Week" designs and other design books available. Please send an order form so that I may order builder's plans for the design shown above. DESIGN 113-817 Here is a compact modern el- evated ranch design small enough to please Ihe home- builder's pocket book, yet large enough to house comfortably a growing family. The quiet bedroom area in the rear is ef- fectively divided from the more active living area in the front. Plans provide for an optional carport on the right side which gives covered approach to the well-placed service entrance. A modern "family kitchen" fea- tures an island snack bar and double suik. There is a full basement containing laundry area, heating facilities and plenty of space for a future recreation room. Being an ele- vated ranch the basement win- dows are far enough above the ground to afford good light and cheerfulness to this lower level. Only 33 feet wide without Its carport this house could fit a 45 foot lot, or less in many jurisdictions. (Copyright ID72. Toronto Slir ADDRESS ________________________________________________________) Muggers polite NEW YORK (AP) -St. Rev. Paul Moore, Episcopal Angli- can Bishop of New York, said he had been robbed at knife- point in Central Park by three youths who "couldn't have been friendlier." The bishop said in a telephone interview the stick- up took place Oct. 9. He said they took in bills from his wallet and returned the bilfold when he asked for it back. YOUR GARDEN By Isabella R. Young, F.R.H.S. THE BEAUTIFUL, MOUNTAIN ASH COlfETHlNG else to give some thought to is the beautiful Mountain Ash, Willi- am Wordsowrth, the poet, wrote "The Mountain Ash, Deck- ed with autumnal berries that richest blos- nms, yields a splendid show, Amid the leafy woods." Homeowners, especially new ones, are often confronted with the problem of selecting the proper trees and shrubs for their grounds, Something thai vail not grow too big alter a few years, and at the same time, look attractive. The Moun- tain Ash, a member of the Rose family, is well adapted lo m inost landscape requirements, Tliis handsome tree reaches a height of approximately 15 to 30 feet and is quite a fast grow- er. It has spreading, graceful branches and is often grown as a multiple-stemmed specimen. For color at all seasons, the Mountain Ash is hard to beat. A window mural for Christmas Families who possess a pic- ture window, porch or terrace facing a street, can create an interesting holiday decoration mural. Measuring four feet WORLD ALMANAC FACTS The Young Men's Chris- tian Association (YMCA) sponsors programs includ- ing housing facilities, vo- cational guidance, sports and recreation. The World Almanac notes that the YMCA, which is represent- ed in about fi3 countries, vas founded in London in 1844 and was organized in Boston in IC5I. high, six feet this paint il yourself outdoor decoration is one you will be proud to dis- play. Painting this masterpiece is quite easy. First your pir-chase a piece of hardboard, plywood, or olher weatherproof exterior panelboad. Next trace the full size outlines directly on panel. Following step-by-step direc- tions you see exactly where to paint each color. To insure suc- cess, directions tell what color lo paint in exact sequence. With simplified directions and full size decorating outlines, nl- mosl everyone makes like a even on Ihcir first try. Send in clieque or money order, for Christmas Window Mural Pattern No. to Carpentry Department, The Herald, P.O. 4090, Station A, Toronto, On- tario. [editor's Nnlc The lltr- nld dors not handle these and il is nrccfisary In srml rcnupstj for Ihcm to Hie nhovo nddrrss In Toronto. I'lrnso wrilc the rulrlrrsj >l printed. Kopvrifihl vm. Tornnln Star .Svndlcitr) Protect your roses Wherever temperatures go below 15 degrees, roses need winter protection. All-America Rose Selections, a group of professional growers, hybridiz- ers, and introducers of f i n e roses, have devised the follow- ing funadmanental routine of protection which is prac- ticed In their extensive test and display gardens scattered throughout the United States. They recommend that you use the same simple procedures in protecting your own roses. They are as follows: 1. Trim After a hard frost or two, but before the ground freezes, prune all canes of your hybrid tea, floribunda, and roses hack to This makes it easier to work around them in provid- ing winter protection, and pre- venting them from becoming battered by the wind and Ice of winter. SPRAY In the spring the reddish- brown buds are quite ornamen- tal and may be forced indoors for deca.-ation. The fern-like fol- iage is bright to dark green. During May, the branches are clothed with clusters of faintly- scented, creamy-white flowers. Later in the year, these turn to either red or orange ber- ries, depending on the variety of the tree. These make a very attractive autumn picture and unless eaten by the birds, re-, main on the branches most of. the winter. This does not hap- j pen very often though, as our feathered friends regard them as a delicacy and they are "gobbled" up in no time. They are a favorite food of Hobins and Cedar Waxwings. In the winter, the trunk and branches are still attractive looking with their greyish-green brown coloring. This is not a dense growing tree and so the birds do not find it very satis- factory for building nests in. However, the grass has no p-oblems growing beneath it as it does receive the proper amount of sun and light. Some- times, the Mountain Ash may be attacked by fireblight, pear slugs, etc. but despite this, it is a tree well worth growing. I have had one in the yard for several years and it is a real source of pleasure, spring, sum- mer, fall and winter. Some good varieties are Sorbus aucu- naria Euronean Mountain Ash or Rowan Tree. 25 feet. A verv shapely tree with berries a little than the Ameri- can Mountain Ash. S America- na American Mountain Ash, grows to 30 feet with red to orange terries. S. decora or Showy Mountain Ash grows to 15 feet. While It is a native to soulhn-n Manitoba, it is hardy here. The clusters of berry-like fruit arc a bright red. 2. Spray Remove all dead stems, leaves, and febris, rak- ing carefully around each plant. Spray the entire plant and surrounding soil with a good fungicide and insecticide to prevent carrying over of di- seases and insects on and about the plant. Mrs. II. I have while flv on some of my house plants and cannot seem to get rid of them, even though I have used sprays and washed the plants off with water. What would you rec- ommend? Ans. Have you tried "Rid- Soct" which is used for house plants on such pests as red spider, mealy bugs, aphids and while fly. NOTE: All questions nhonld br sent wllh self stampiMl, envelope In Mrs. I. n. Young, U620 Centre n. SI. N.W., Canary Due In the number of IctlrTH asking morn than one question II is rcqnrstfd In future enquiries Hint only question he iiihmlllrd each time n It 11 Impossible for Mrs, YdinjJ to reply to nil correspondence nnrl do her prucllcul jurden- Ing 1.1 well. MOUND 3. Mound Mound a pile of of loose earth up, over and around each plant to a height of about 12" and firm. Prune the canes of the roses so that only 4" to 6" of the tips re- main exposed after mounding. The purpose of this mounding is to protect the plants from rapid changes of temperature and to guard the canes against winter wind and ice damage. Evergreen boughs, leaves, hay or straw, thrown over the mounds will prevent washing during the winter, but such added protection should not he applied until after the ground freezes. Carefully remove mounds in spring when new growth starts. DOUBLE SPRAYING The newst form or rose pro- tection is the double spraying of the bushes. According to Ihe National Sprayer and Duster' Association, the first applica- tion is a good dormant spray which provides proteclion from insects and diseases. A liquid plastic coaling is then sprayed onto the rose bush, making sure that thorough coverage is obtained. The plastic coaling protects the canes from drying out during the dormant period. For test results, the dormant spray should be allowed to dry before the liquid plastic coat- ing is applied to the bush. Eith- er a compressed air sprayer or a small power sprayer can be used for these applications. Both the dormant and liquid plastic sprays are available through garden centers. In cx- Ircmcly cold areas, many grow- plant to prolcd. the roots. Pakistan's new capital city Islamabad, Pakistan's new, sits on n plntcnu in the foothills of Iho Himalayas, 700 miles northeast of Karachi, the former capital, or Everyday Fashions 100% COTTON VELVETEEN Fabrics for Festive SCREEN PRINTED ACRYLIC DOUBLEKNIT 36" wide. Comes in colors of Royol Blue, Gold, Wine, Green, Brown, Purple and Orange. 60" wide. Washable. 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