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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 5, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta HOME OF THE WEEK Your garden By IsabelleR. FJLH.S. CONTROL THOSE If you are bothered with aphids in the greenhouse or perhaps this will help you. Entomologists at a research station in Scotland are trapping these insects to study their migratory habits. They may also have hit on a way to lure aphids away from roses and other plants. It seems that these pests are attracted by yellow and white colors. A yellow filled Proper cutting makes good lawn _r tLn 1 n Xjl 9 3f H 41 4 0 0 i i 5 0- 11 203'M 4 0 3 1 1 i. HOME-O-GRAPH HOME PLANNING SERVICE 40 Jarvie Ontario M5C 2H1 D I enclose 25e tor for Designs for Book 1 up to O I enclose S1 25e for for 'Home Designs for Book 2 vacation D Please send free brochure showing sample of the designs and other design books available D Please send an order form so I may order building plans for design No shown above NAME ADDRESS LETH DET51GN D3 EACH ASTRO REALTY _ INSURANCE LTD. HAS Residential Building Lots For Sale Call any Astro Realtor 328-7748 DESIGN D3-1648 Sq. Ft. Each Unit One answer to today's hous- ing costs is to build an come Building two homes as one offers initial economies in building and land cost and the income from the rented half will often com- pletely handle the carrying charges on both homes. WE'VE MOVED QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Dental Mechanic 301 -Metcalte Building 328-7684 The semi-detached design illustrated combines the traditional English Tudor style with an efficient and practical interior. All rooms are large and the simple rec- tangular plan again provides maximum economy of construction The basements are fully separated with provision for two furnaces served by the common chimney on the rear wall If fireplaces are they could readily be built into the living room party wall The bedrooms above are large enough to accept some loss of space for the double chimney By 'DOC' HARTNOLL Special to The Herald In some parts of the country lawns will already be showing the benefits of your early fer- tilizing and weed prevention activities In other areas you'll still be waiting for the lawn to assume its best appearance. But to keep it that way you have to remember two rules. One is to keep your lawn well watered during dry weather. The other is that the lawn should not be cut as short as when growth is more vigorous. Your lawn mower blades must be sharp. If the ends of your grass will have a brown cast because the blades are tearing rather than cut- ting. To keep the machine in good operating don't forget to oil it as the manufacturer recommends and to occasionally wipe the blades with a good grade of machine oil to avoid rust. The secret in mowing is to mow often but not too closely Tlie grass blades should be long enough to prevent the roots from being starved and short enough to be attractive If you do excess leaf- growth is fertilizer loss will be and problems such as insects and coarse grasses are reduced. And best of grass assumes a dwarf habit and the production of extra shoots is btimulaled So make grass cutting a and your lawn will love you for it. One other suggestion Buy a grass catcher to fit your lawn mower. This will not only catch the cut ends but it will also prevent weed if there are any weeds from being scattered throughout the lawn. Don't add second vapor barrier Here's a tip if you're adding new insulation on top of old in the attic floor of a home. Be careful where you put the vapor barrier. Best of put in the trash can. The National Mineral Wool Insulation an organization of companies that make rock wool and fiber says that insulation be- ing added on top of existing in- sulation shouldn't have a vapor barrier at all. The only place to have a vapor barrier in an attic floor or top-floor as some people think of it is on the bottom of the total thickness of new and old combined. In that it effectively stops vapor tran- smission and the possibility of condensation on the roof. with water and placed near infested attract the who finish up in the water. Wasps can become a nuisance in a garden or because they build their nests near buildings and if will sting a person. In the especially when supplies of insect food is at a they do become very as they are attracted by meat and sweet substances at picnic etc The one good thing for and also is they do pollinate flowers and feed on flies and other harmful insects There are several species of including yellow jackets and of which the common species are or Social wasps are brown or red with yellow markings and their bodies are slender These build their nests of a paper-like material un- der eaves of in trees or debris on the ground. The solitary species have yellow or steel-blue thread waisted bodies. Their clay nest is often on in- doors or out. When carrying out control do so after danc when the insects are in the nest and there is less chance of being stung. be sure to wear protective clothing. There are special insecticides in the form of sprays and dusts for eliminating these pests. If a swarm of bees come in'o your do not disturb them Either phone a if you know of one or get in touch with your zoo or lire department V O T E PRAIRIE DITCHING COMPANY FOR ALL YOUR TRENCHING NEEDS anywhere Phone 327-8280 Announcement Mr. Jim Quinlan wishes to announce that two well known Lethbridge Mr. Joe Csaki and Mr. Norm Giesbrecht have purchased the Buick GMC Truck dealership at Pmcher Creek operating under the name of Jimmie's Service Ltd. Mr. Jim Quinlan is retiring to British Columbia after almost 25 years of ownership. Mr. Csaki who for many years has been assoaated in the financial field and active in community affairs as a past President of Norbndge Lions Club and Chairman of Western Hospitality for the 1975 Winter Games plus several other af- filiated organizations will be operating the business He would like to welcome all area patrons and new friends and acquaintances THE NEW COAL BANKS INN 312 5th STREET SOUTH FULLY RENOVATED and REDECORATED BUSINESS MEN'S LUNCHEONS DAILY 11 A.M. to P.M AIR CONDITIONED COMFORT LIVE BACKGROUND MUSIC NIGHTLY Remember for friendly relaxation with friends or business clients it's the new COAL BANKS INN __Rftk QTDLCPT CAIITU ;