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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 TUB ItTHBHIDSJ MSRAIB Mdoy, September 75, 1970 HOLLAND BULB PLANTING GUIDE MINOR TULIPS BULBS HYACINTH DAFFODILS early mid-season lote Bulbs planted in the Fall "turn on" in the Spring. Larger bulbs, such as tulips, daf- fodils and hyacinths, should be planted six inches deep and six inches apart. Species tulips, such as Fosterfana and Kaufmanniana, ore planted only four inches deep. Crocus, Galanthus, Muscari and other "little" bulbs are planted three inches apart. Bulbs should be set firmly in place with pointed ends up. Cover with soil and water well. HOME OF THE WEEK KwxIenUuihr i.r. Houwwith HOMOGRAF COMPANY OF CANADA 40 JARVIS AT KING E., TORONTO 1. ONTARIO. Please send me further details about how to obtain standard builder blueprints for Design No. C-681 Or enclosed please find for which send me the new Design Book entitled "Third ban and Country Homes Designed For Canadians." .NAME ADDRESS (Leth.) Special Breed The Saluki is a very swift, keen-sighted, graceful breed of dog bred in Persia, Arabia and Egypt for hundreds of years. Tt is used by desert tribes to hunt gazelles and is sometimes called the gazelle hound. Two-Continent City The city of Istanbul, Turkey stands on two continents Eu rope and Asia. The dividing line is the Bosporus, a narrow waterway connecting the Black Sea with the Sea of Marmara. THE LETHBRIDGE MOTORCYCLE CLUB Presents A C.M.A, Sanctioned South Alberta Championship HILL CLIMB SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 27: p.m. Riders from Alberta, B.C. and Montana SPECIAL 100 CC EVENT Adults 51.00 Children Under 12 Free Accompanied By Parent North On 13th St. North Follow Signs Jiere is a modern Design which offers a lot of livable space for a home of this size. All bedrooms have extra large closets. There is also a large Linen Closet plus extra storage space in the bathroom. Kitch- en has ample table space plus a lazy susan in the corner of the work space. A wall oven with separate plate is indi- cated but an ordinary type stove could be used if desired. An optional layout showing a ground floor laundry and lava- tory is included. Construction is brick verifier but instructions are supplied for building in frame. Design is suitable for any type of heat- oil or electric. House could be built on a 60 foot lot- 75 feet with garage. Do's And Don'ts For Power Tools Power tools are great con- veniences and labor savers, but they do require periodic inspec- tion and care. A bit of preven- tive maintenance on your lawn lower and other gasoline pow- ered equipment, for example, will go a long way toward mak- ing sure the equipment is ready for use when you need it. One problem with gasoline powered tools has always been ;he gum deposits which form in fuel lines when engines are not in use. Such formations can irevent engines from starting md lead to expensive carbure- :or and engine overhauls. Scientists at Knox Labora- tories in Chicago, a researc company, studied the problej They came up with a solutio called Sta-Bil, which preven gum deposits from forming. Tl new chemical developme when added to fuel, also elimi ates the need to drain gasolin before storing power equipme at the end of the season. Here are some other tips f keeping tools in shape: equi ment should always be kep clean and stored in a dry pla< to preven t rust damage. B sure to oil tools and motors, recommended by manufacture Tools well cared for will la a long time, be safe and pleasure to use. Give The Kitchen A Face-Lifting If your kitchen needs a com- pete face lifting a book has prepared to solve just such a problem. The book, contain- ng 90 step by step illustra- ions takes all file mystery and more than half the cost out of dtchen modernization. Whether you do all, part or lone of the work, substantial :avings can be effected when 'ou know how the job is done. Although every kitchen varies in size and shape and presents a different combination of doors nd windows, the illustrations how how to modernize without even relocating the sink, stov or refrigerator. It also tells ho they can be relocated to prc ride a more efficient kitchen Send in cheque or mone order for Kitchen Modemizatio Book No. 608, How to Modern ize a Kitchen to Carpentry Dep The Lethbridge Herald, Box 80 Adelaide St. P.O., Toronto 1 Ont. For an additional a eata logue is available illustratin more than 300 other build i yourself pattern projects an home improvement books. Bet books are tax free. YOUR GARDEN By Isabella R. Young, F.R.H.5. PERRENIALS YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT T find it quite fascinating to experiment with growing something different, whether it annuals, perennials, vege- .ablcs, etc. This week I would -ike to talk about some of the new perennials I started this spring and hope to see bloom- ng next year, along with some already have blooming and which are rather unusual. It is little bit late to be starting seeds now outside but you can your seed in readiness for Wanting in the spring. If start- id early, some of them will bloom the first season, but most of them you have to wait intil the second year. You can, lowever, be ahead of the game ty purchasing nursery stock, if available. Some of the new pcrennals I lave had no experience with, mt it will be fun to find out low they are going lo perform. Santolina or Lavender Cotton ;rows about 15 inches high and las silvery foliago with small, round, golden colored flowers in June. Lysimachia punctata lias whorls of yellow flowers growing up lo 30 inches. Mor- ina Longifolia has foliage like a UrJsUc, with tubular white flowers, changing to purple and grows 21 to inches. Ly- chnis roronaria atrosanguinea is a very outstanding and showy perennial with silvery foliage and vivid cerise colored flow- ers, reaching a height of 30 in- ches. This beautiful plant de- serves a place in all gardens. Erigeron Pink Jewel grows 24 inches and blooms June lo it is a lovely baby pink wilh yellow centre a new color for Krigerons. 1 have had both light and dark I'laty- codyns (Balloon Flowers) for years and have been trying to get a pink one and hope that come next spring I will have been successful. I bought a mixed package, which included white and pink, and germina- tion was excellent, so perhaps out of all the plants there will be a pink one. These are beau- tiful, long-lived perennials look- ing like inflated balloons when in the bud stage, bursting into large, star-shaped flowers. As these are quite late in making an appearance in the spring they should be well marked in the garden to prevent their being dug up. They range in height from 12 to 24 inches. Most people have the standard Blecditig Heart (Dicentra spec- tabilis) in their garden, but why not grow one that blooms all year the fern leaf variety D. eximea, which has a height of 12 inches. I have one in the rockery and consider it a real gem. Cerise Queen Achillea (Yarrow) wbich grows 24 in- ches is another colorful plant and easy lo grow from seed. There is also one with golden flowers. Filipendulina (Cloth of Gold) which reaches a height of 4 feet This is an excellent bor der plant, blooming June to August. Monarda Souris has vi vid pink flowers, blooming June to September and grows 2V4 to 3 feet. This is a hardj perennial belonging to the mini family. Another one I bave is Liatris or Blazing Star growing to 24 inches. An unusal flower in that it blooms from the top down. It comes in pink, purple and white. The seed for these plants should be obtainabl' from your Canadian seed cat- alogues, your American or En- glish ones. I have gotten mine from various ones. Some plants are also obtainable at nur- series. Mrs. A. I saw a green flower growing in a yard as I was out the other day. Is this an annual or perennial and what would it be. Ans. There are green zin- nias but I think what you saw would be the annual Bells of Ireland (Molucella laevis) which grows 2-1 to 30 inches Ugh. Any questions should be sent with self-addressed stamped envelope lo Airs. I. R. Young, 3620 Centre B. St. N.W. Calgary 43. If you plan to build call, Pustaseri Construction Ltd. "We Specialize in Custom Built Homes" 727 8lh Street S. Phone 327-7663, 327-5905 AlEX PUSTASERI WHEN YOU BUY FOR A tlfETIME-INSISI ON THE OEST-A PUSTASERI HOME 21.77 SAVE 7.11 T8-P1ECE GOURMET ENTERTAINMENT SET Oven proof. Durable and easy to clean. Oven to table ware. tIMITED QUANTITIES. Reg. Woolco Price 28.88. SALE HI-POWER RIFLE CARTRIDGES Choose from Imperial, Winchester or Remington brands in 303, 308, 270, 284 and 300. Reg. Woolco Price 5.97. SALE HAtF PRICE CUFF LINK SETS Assorted styles in hand engraved ster- ling silver. Reg. Woolco Price to 22.50. SALE 54 11.25 SAVE .98 CURLMASTER CURLING BROOMS Choose from Black Jack or Curlmaster models in medium or heavy weight. Reg. Woolco Price 7.97. SALE 6.99 VICTORIAVILLE HOCKEY STICKS- Junior Size. Regular Blade. ,69 SAVE 3.07 SAMSON DOMINION BLENDERS large 52 ounce high-impact plastic con- tainer. Stainless steel cutting blades. Heavy duty motor 2-speed. Measuring cap. Recipe-hook included. Reg. Woolco Price 19.95. SALE 16.88 LOCAL GROWN POTATOES 50-Ib. sacks Reg. Woolco Price 2.44. SALE 2.07 THE MOM DAD'S L.P. 4.78 Featuring The Ranger's Wollz. SAVE 2.83 LADIES' AFTER-SKI JACKETS Pony tail fabric. Hooded style. Black or Brown. Sizes 10 to 20. Reg. Woolco Price 24.83. SALE 522 SAVE 1.90 SPECIAL SELECTION OF TOP Choose from such titles os, The Who at Leeds, McCartney, Crosby Stills, Nash and Young, and more. Reg. Woolco JJ Price 5.78. SALE Oil SAVE 1.67 MEN'S DOUBLE GORE CHELSEA BOOTS Riverbed Suede. Sizes 7 Reg. Woolco Price 7.97. SALE SAVE 2.50 MISSES' SIMULATED SEAL LINED BOOTS lace-up front. Grey. Sizes 10 to 13 and 1 to 3. (Incomplete size Reg. Woolco Price 7.97. SALE 6.30 5.47 SAVE 9.53 LADIES' WINTER COCKTAIL BOOTS All leather. Block or Brown. Sizes 6 to 9. Reg. Woolco Price 14.97. SALE SAVE 24.50 5.44 MEN'S SUITS Illhll tf I 00% Virgin Wool and Wool blends, ingle and double breasted. Two and iree button styles. Short, Regular, or oil. Sizes 36 to Sin three ounon siyies. Toll. Sizes 36 to 46. Reg. Woolco Price 78.50. SA1.E 554 SAVE 16.62 TO 21.62 MEN'S WOOL CO-ORDINATES Wool and wool blends. Two and three piece outfits. Fall colors. Sizes 36 to 44. Reg. Woolco Price 64.50 and 69.50 SALE 47.88 All Alterations FREE of Charge LADIES' SKIRTS Assorted plain colors and plaid designs. Sizes 8 lo 18. Reg. Woolco Price 5.83 to 6.64 SAIE 2 for BATTLING TOPS Brand new, exciting game for young and old. Reg. Woolco Price 3.96. SALE SATURDAY 10 A.M. TIME SPECIAL (ONE HOUR ONIY) SAVE .84 TO 2.84 5MVC _B LADES' NYLON QUILTED DUSTERS pink Blue, Mint, Small, Medium and large. Reg. Woolco 5.83 to .7.83 Kny am- a.m. to 1 p.m; Thursday gnd Friday 9 a.m. lo 9 p.m., Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m ;