Winnipeg Free Press Newspaper Archives Oct 3 1970, Page 88

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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - October 3, 1970, Winnipeg, ManitobaFeatures the stamp collector Winnipeg free press saturday october 3, 1970 new Leisure Canadian commemorative collection while 1970, Manitoba s year draws to a close a new year 1971 begins to appear. This is the year for British Columbia. A rather imaginative project has already been launched to celebrate Phila helically the 100th anniversary of British Columbia s Entrance into confederation. On Jan. 12 a 1928 Pontiac truck will set out from St. Johns mid., on a trip across Canada. The truck will Stop at each provincial capital along the Way to pick up greetings from the various provincial premiers to be delivered to the Premier of British co Lumbia upon arrival in Victo Ria. The trip is to terminate there on feb. 20. A Ca dieted cover with a descriptive card enclosed has been is sued to Mark this historic run. All covers will be placed on the truck to be known As the confederation 71 express at St. John s and will thus be carried entirely across Canada on the trip which will take More than five weeks. On arrival at Victoria the by g. F. Hansen mail bag containing the covers will be handed Over to the postmaster who will ensure that they will receive a special cancellation read ing confederation express 1871-1971 in both official languages. This cancellation will Only be used for the covers carried on the express and will then be immediately removed from use. There will be a limit of Only covers carried on the trip so that the Cancella Tion and cover will receive very limited usage and the the Wall 8yw.r. Leslie october i the time to put. Lender plants to bed for the Winter. Shelter from the prevailing cold Westerly and Northern winds is a Blessing for most plants. For Many evergreens and Semi tender things it is a necessity for sturdy survival. Those Ever Green shrubs with Needle leaves like junipers Are helped by having a thin film of liquid plastic or Latex sprayed on them on a warm Alm Day. Trees with thin tender bark such As apples apples and apricots Benefit from a painting of White la Tex on the trunks and main branches. This goes a Long Way to prevent Sun scald occurring in March. The paint also to at least some extent discourages rabbits and mice. Gather leaves. When put through a shredder they make Fine mulch. Leaves form the biggest available bulk for the compost pile. None should be wasted. The Only ones for burning Are those carrying disease or heavy infestation of insects. Get the bulbs in the ground at once. Gather seeds wanted for Plant increase. Acorns Wal nuts hazels horse Chestnut. And seeds of sugar Maple Apple Plum Cherry Apricot. And such Are sown in a pre pared seedbed by about the Middle of the month. Protect the seeds from Birds and squirrels. After the ground freezes in november the seedbeds Are covered with a Loose mulch about three to four inches deep. Peat Moss is a favorite material. Saw dust compost shredded tree Rose Sharon Superior to Bush Type Ever Bloom inc easy to Crow i Eye Uva ii Ooms j Avail Zahie Thuv Briois tree of Sharon wll r next season if s fail. I Jim Magn f cent. Huge supported of a a Sruc Voi. a a i mint ii e r g1 to Tost. Disease f s3 29 each or 3 for s7 40 advantage o Soe a Aii order fv1 p Art no per de a l Bloomy a Riff red. A or b a fed to b Corr. In 5 red so c Ideal for Lawn specimens Send no Money 1 i Canada ept. Ta-42j. Acton Ontario v. O o. E. Ice. Checked i red Tsee or u rite tree c a Der of Sao special an i . R be it. 329 a 3 29 7.40 leaves preferably Oak. And even coarse Sand Are effective. The Lawn is kept free of leaves by raking. Where Snow Mold worked damage last Spring it is Wise to spread a corrosive fungicide in Early november. Where weather has been dry the grass should have a Good soaking before the end of the month. The Gardener Aims to have the grass enter Winter with leaves about three inches Long. Long growth favors rot. Take cuttings of plants wanted for increase. Wil lows currants spirea and elder Are things commonly grown from Hardwood Cut Tings. Stems of this year s growth about the size of a Pencil Are Cut to lengths of about nine inches. The lower Cut is across the Stem immediately beneath a Node of Leafs car. The top Cut is Slop ing about half an Inch above a Strong Bud. Tie in bundles of 25 or so and Bury in a sheltered spot with covering of a foot and a half or More of Fine soil or Sand peat or sawdust. Plant out in rows in Early Spring. Slaving Only one Bud. The Topmost one. Exposed. Spread mulch on plants. A suitable overcoat adds com fort and retains vigor. The Strawberry Patch receives a four Inch spread of clean wheat Straw before the end of the month. Boughs preferably branches of Spruce and fir clothed with Ever Green Needles Are strewn Over the Rock Garden. Also spread them Flower Borders where the plants have Evergreen leave which smother and tend to rot when air is excluded. Prepare to fill the pot with bulb for forcing. That will unfolded next item will be an attractive souvenir of our fellow prov Ince s Celebration of its con federation anniversary. According to the sponsors of the plan this will be the first time that mail has Ever been carried entirely across Canada by truck. In the past mail has been carried across continent by train or plane. The fact that the vehicle used will be almost an an Tique itself will add interest to the event. The Alexander Mackenzie stamp issued june 25, 1970, will be used As it was Mac Kenzie who was the first White Man to travel Over land to Cross Canada and reach what is now British Columbia. This project is being operated in co operation with the British Columbia Centennial 71 committee. Covers can be obtained for is each by writing to con federation 71 express Box 1971, Vancouver 3, . This Little item could form the starting Point for a Little collection of Canadian Stamps featuring British co Lumbia. A careful study of any Canadian stamp Cata Logue will give you an idea of several Stamps which could be featured in such a collection. Of course there Are the . Commemorative of 1958 and 1965 but there Are Many other issues which Are perhaps a Little less obvious. A study of his tory and geography would yield Many ideas of these. The trans Canada Highway stamp of 1962, the 100th anniversary of the City of Victo Rian stamp of the same year the e. Pauline Johnson stamp of 1961, Are just a few of the Stamps which could be used to build up a British Columbia Section of your Canada collection. G 2 live Spruce si.29 g 4 Blue Spruce s2.29 g Send . Plus pop use. G Yjih enclosed add 35c and we add 5% Quebec Reid anti name address City easy Low Cost offer dresses Lawn in year round color Colorado Blue Spruce Spicci pungent at our Low Price you can Plant several Hardy Colorado Blue Spruce either As individual specimens or in groups. Always they re the Centre of attention. The distinctive colourings Range from Green to Blue Green to 3 Silvery Blue Beautiful summer and Winter. By Check ing the Coupon now. 2 for Only h for you get our finest Nursery grown 3 year old Trees. 6 to 12 inches tall which is desirable size for this easy first transplanting. Of All Evergreen Trees the Colorado Blue Spruce is most wanted so they will sell out fast at this fall planting bargain Price. Clip this Coupon and your order today f Emtage tit. Ule zone prov. Michigan bulb Canada dept. Is-421 Acton d v. Of 0. E. Mclntyre Ltd. 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