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Nashua Telegraph (Newspaper) - November 11, 2001, Nashua, New Hampshire Astrograph by Bernice Bede Osol this Horoscope is for amusement Only. Gardening for those born today your practicality and common sense can help you greatly in the year ahead when expanding on ideas and creative endeavours you a like to develop. Trust your logic and your inventive skills. Scorpio oct. 24-nov. 22 in your desire to be honest with someone who comes to you seeking counsel you could inadvertently cause him some pain. Temper your advice with gentleness and kindness. Sagittarius nov. 23-dec. 21 there is a possibility you could spill the Beans today about something another wanted kept secret. Be sensitive about what should or should not be told. Capricorn dec. 22-Jan. 19 if there a something you want from a smart horse trader today you la do better if you done to try to play any fancy games. You could outsmart yourself and end up with nothing. Aquarius Jan. 20-feb. 19 insecurity could cause you to try to impress others by putting on false airs or pretences today. Truth be told you done to need to they think you re Good enough just As you really Are. Pisces feb. 20-March 20 sometimes it s easy to confuse Wishful thinking with intuitive perceptions and today might be one of those Days. Disappointment can be expected if you do. Aries March 21-april 19 done to make the mistake of prejudging others in Advance of their actions today especially thinking negatively about them. You might not be too Good at Reading their intentions. Taurus april 20-May 20 it might take a lot of extra Effort to convince your associates of your ideas or concepts today. They could be a bit More sceptical than you realized. Gemini May 21-june 20 if you have Only sketchy knowledge about a work project do not make the mistake today of offering unsolicited advice. Without the Complete blueprint you could Lead them astray. Cancer june 21-july 22 treat the property of others with the respect you would expect others to treat your belongings. Should a mishap occur because of your thoughtlessness you la be held accountable. Leo july 23-aug. 22 it s a mistake today to assume your mate will be in Accord with you regarding something important to you both. If you re poles apart let love negotiate the results. Virgo aug. 23-sept. 22 have All the instructions on hand today before you tackle a task at which you re a Novice. Your false Confidence could play tricks on you and botch up the Job. Libra sept. 23-oct. 23 disappointment is Likely today if you get involved in an activity that Calls for Clements of Chance. The Odds Are against you ending up with the winning hand. Bail out Early. A a a copyright 2001 newspaper Enterprise association. Photo by the associated press two new cute . Postal service Stamps promote spaying and neutering of pets. Cute pets used to make Appeal Stamps in the news by Syd Kronish the associated press pet pictures make appealing illustrations for postage Stamps. Dogs and eats have appeared on Many . Stamps As Well As Stamps of other countries much to the Delight of collectors and pet owners and pet lovers everywhere. The . Postal service has announced the coming issuance of two new Stamps depicting a cute is there any other kind Puppy and lovable Kitten for a special purpose. It Isnit to push their cuteness but to promote neutering or spaying of pets. About 7he cats and dogs Are born each Day in the United states. Animal shelters and veterinarians urge pet owners to neuter or spay pets to combat the problem of animal overpopulation. These procedures also can Lead to better health and longer lives for the pets. The two pictured on the Stamps Puppy Kirby and Kitten Samantha were adopted from animal shelters and were respectively neutered and spayed. The uses says both Are enjoying life in Connecticut with adoptive families. The postal service says the set of two is a continuation of an Effort to raise the Public a awareness of social issues. Orders for this release will not be accepted until september 2002. All current Stamps and other philatelic products As Well As a free Catalon Are available by calling 8 m -stamp-24 or at . A a a Canada is honouring the 75th anniversary of the Royal Canada legion today. In Canada today is remembrance Day once known As armistice Day. Best known for its poppy Campaign the legion s 1.6 h branches in Canada and the United states inject More than $350 million into their communities. The design of the Stamps depicts images of the Canada War memorial in Ottawa and the legion badge. Across the top Are the dates 1926-2 m 1 plus the denomination 47 cents. The official first Day covers will Bear a poppy cancellation Mark. Comics a from Page f-11 develops characters for America s Post terrorism Era Quot Vicki Chachere wrote for the associated press on oct. 14, about the movie Book and to Deal fledgling Cross generation comics has signed with Michael Uslan producer of the Batman movies. Cross Gen barely two years old has made a tremendous splash in the comics world with non superhero fantasy titles such As a ruse Quot and a a Mystic characters and concepts heading for the big screen. Chachere a article gives few details about the Deal other than to note that Post sept. La. It s believed America will be hungry for fantasies in which the Good Guys win. A while sketchy Chachere a article is accurate and balanced As opposed to an oct. 28 London sunday times piece headlined a Scot plans to make Batman hang up Cape a profiling popular glaswegian writer Grant Morrison currently scribing a new a men for Marvel the uncredited article discusses Morrison s take on Post sept. 11 sensibilities and How he intends to eliminate the costumes worn by spider Man Batman and Superman. Given that Morrison does t write any of those characters currently that s a bit of a stretch. Morrison has indeed de Spand exed the a men to some degree but that occurred before sept. La. Primarily to make the comic Book mutants resemble their movie counterparts More closely. Not that Morrison in t serious about tackling his Job differently these Days. A in the Wake of september la violent super humans Are not enough anymore Quot he said in the times. A we should be putting the current International developments in context rather than just having wrestling matches Between colourful characters. A a in be already started writing a men As a pacifist comic. They Don t believe in violence. They want to change the world in other ways. I done to think there will be As much fisticuffs anymore. I always thought that was rubbish anyway. In a More into the philosophical basis of comics the ideas they i certainly applaud that idea. But eliminating Superman s costume let s Chalk that one up to reportorial exuberance. Tain t so Mcgee. A a a Andrew a Captain comics Quot Smith who has been guilty of reportorial exuberance on occasion himself can be reached at Cap comics or on his message Board www.eboards4all.coml07422. Please include a City state of residence. Variety of dogwoods give Good Winter color imagine a Bleak Winters Day. There Are plenty of them just round the Corner. The brightest spot in the Garden is a Spray of yellow stems Down by the Pond. On an afternoon like this the twigs of Silver and Gold Dogwood cornus Pericea a Silver and Gold Quot stand in Sharp contrast to the sepia tones of the Winter scene around them. And when the Clouds Clear occasionally How brilliantly their Gold bark amplifies the weak rays of the Winter Sunshine Why Hadnot we noticed before just How magnificent those Golden twigs could be yellow stemmed dogwoods respond Well to renewal pruning. The vigorous Young twigs that result Bear the most strikingly coloured bark a red or yellow stemmed Dogwood variety is capable of producing. It turns out we did that overgrown Silver and Gold Dogwood Down by the Pond a favor by cutting it to the ground. Some gardeners actually prefer total renewal pruning of Shrub dogwoods to More traditional management methods. Its drastic and certainly not right for All shrubs but red and yellow stemmed dogwoods Are Strong growers and tolerate it Well. Their tendency to sucker grow from new shoots that arise from the roots makes them a Good candidate for renewal pruning and for regular heavy pruning in general. There s no limit to their Energy though. Experts recommend renewal pruning Only every two to three years. They need time to Muster their strength in Between. Busy gardeners contend that renewal pruning saves times Over traditional pruning methods no decisions to make no growth habit to consider. Just Cut every Stem to within a few inches of the ground and you re done. The Downside of course is that the Shrub s spot in the landscape is vacant until it grows Back a few months at least. Selective pruning suits Many gardens better. A Little bit of pruning every season results in handsome shrubs with Good color each Winter. The Basic recipe Calls for removal of about one third of the stems each year. Texts often recommend pruning in late Winter or Early Spring but it really can be done anytime. Its just easier to see what you re doing when stems Are Bare of foliage. Identify the oldest darkest stems the thickest ones with the poorest color and Cut these to the ground. The number of stems removed each year should equal about one third of the total number of stems. Complete the process in three consecutive seasons then Stop for a while and let the Plant rest. When the color gets Dull usually after a year or two Start pruning again. The youngest most vigorous stems will always be the brightest. Even with skillful pruning the bark color of red and yellow stemmed dogwoods is Only As Good As the genes a Plant inherits. Some varieties simply display More intense hues than others. Silver and Gold is perhaps the Best of the yellow stemmed dogwoods for Winter Twig color. Boldly variegated leaves of Green and White make it a Superior variety in All seasons. The original yellow stemmed Dogwood cornus Pericea a Flavi Rameau is still available but Twig canker renders it a High maintenance a especially in Damp Sites. If you want a yellow stemmed variety with Plain Green leaves choose Quot Bud s yellow cornus Alba Quot buds yellow instead of flav Ramea. It s More resistant to canker disease. Red stemmed varieties abound. The Best of the lot and Worth searching for is Quot Cardinal Quot cornus Pericea a a cardinals introduced by the Minnesota landscape arboretum in 1987. In Northern zones the twigs achieve vibrant Coral red color in Winter color in t quite As Good in Southern gardens. A bit smaller than the robust a a cardinals is a is anti corns Pericea a is Antia a Dwarf Quot form c red stemmed Dogwood also introduced by Minnesota landscape arboretum growing to about five feet High. If your Garden can accommodate one save space for a midwinter fire cornus sanguine a midwinter fire stunning selection that must be a hybrid Between the yellow and red stemmed forms. Twigs Are Darl red at the base grading to brighter red then Orange and finally yellow at the tip. What a vision against the Snow All the red stemmed varieties mentioned above have Plain Green leaves. Unfortunately when it comes to desirable Leaf variegation gardens must give up something to get something. None of the top variegated forms a Gouch Aulii a a Ivory Halo a a car Gentoo Marg Inata Quot aka a Telegan Tissiman also possesses Good red Stem color clearly that s the next Challenge for plants men such As those at the Minnesota landscape arboretum. A a a Lindsay Bond Totten is a Horticulturist who writes about gardening for Scripps Howard news Send ice. Garden pests now seeking new Homes yours the Winter will soon be upon us and outdoor pests will be seeking warmer quarters such As our Homes. Who needs to put up with unwanted guests moving in rent free a group of pests known As occasional invaders usually drop in unannounced. Crickets Pill bugs so bugs centipedes millipedes earwigs and spiders Are examples of occasional invaders. Two Basic categories to control the pests Are structural and chemical. Homes can be protected from pest invasions with minor structural changes and Many pests can be dramatically reduced or eliminated without the use of pesticides. Poor drainage which allows Rainwater to build up around a building s foundation often causes moisture problems where these insect pests prefer to live. Poorly . Gardener George Hamilton ventilated crawl spaces and Damp Leaky basements Are also attractive Sites for occasional invaders. A Pond or backyard Pool can be a source of an infestation. Refuse provides the perfect Home for the occasional invaders. Buildups of trash stones leaves. Boards grass clippings and other debris around your House Are Ideal places to find these pests. Trees planted too close to a dwelling so that the branches cover the roof and siding can cause problems. Having an abundance of ground cover or heavy shrubbery growing right up to even Over the building foundation is a Good place to find pests. The heavy vegetation May provide a Home for a variety of insects. Poor Home maintenance where there Are cracks crevices and even holes in building foundations and Walls can be the doorway used by pests to enter a Home. A caulked windows and missing thresholds on ground level doors Are other Points of entry. Exterior lights Are powerful attractants to All kinds of pests. Stacking firewood too close to a dwelling or storing Wood in the Home Are other ways of inviting invader. Remove All refuse around the outside of your Home. Grass clippings boxes mulch leaves trash firewood and lumber Are All items you should remove. Solve moisture problems by cleaning gutters fixing basement leaks using dehumidifiers and maintaining proper ventilation of All underground crawl spaces and All other areas of the House. Bring Only a single Days Supply of firewood into the House. Remove vegetation that is close to the building foundation. Maintain a Border All the Way around the building to create a Buffer zone Between the building and the insect world. Seal All cracks crevices and holes in the foundation caulk All windows and make sure All ground level doors have tight thresholds. Chemical control with pesticides should be the last method of control to be considered. If using pesticides remember that the Label is the Law. A a a George Hamilton is an educator it agriculture with the Hillsborough county cooperative Extension. Dad has a Brand new lease on life. Since he moved to Windham Terrace for Many seniors a life alone is very difficult. Windham Terrace could be the answer. 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