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fh OREGON STATESMAN, Salem,
Oregon, Sunday Morning, June 4, 1933 -
PAGE THREE-" .' -J
Thirty-thre candidates tiled in
th state department Saturday as
delegates . to the constitutional
contention to vote on repeal of
the 18th amendment to the feder
al constitution. Twenty-five of the
candidates I are from Multnomah
county, and all of these favor re
peal of the; amendment.
These candidates include Gust
Anderson, Hamilton F. Corbett,
Cully Crumpacker, p. II. Dam
maseh, Arthur H. Devers, Mary F.
Failing, Clementine S. Hirsch.
Sam E. Holcomb, Manny Wood
Honey man, Marie Jackson, Mrs.
Edith Waldo Johnson, .lan Lane,
Howard La ton ret te, Barge E.
Leonard. Thomas R. Mahoney,
Dan J. Malarky, Frank E. Man
ning, Roscoe E. Nelson, Ben T.
Osborne, Agnes M. Quinn, Camer
on Squires, Mrs. Eldon J. Steele,
John C. Xfatch, Mrs. George, F.
Wilson and Joseph F. Wood.
Other filings Saturday included
Jack Anderson, J. W. Bailey and
II. A. Stohler, Washington coun
ty; Christina Micelli, Douglas
county; O. D. Eby, Clackamas;
John E. Oates, Clatsop and George
T. Calligan, Hood River.
MAULER CAN! STILIi TAKE IT
AS MEET RECORDS
PULLMAN, Wash., June 3.
(AP) Two of four marks set
at the northern division confer
ence track and field meet here
last Saturday were accepted as
records by the records committee
Warren DeMaris' javelin throw
of 205 feet, 9 inches, was allow
ed as a new conference record,
along with the shot put mark of
49 feet, 7 inches set by Hal
Dunker, Washington State col
lege. DeMaris is a sophomore at
the University of Oregon.
Because of a brisk wind, the
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rhere's still a lot of wallop left in the Old Massa, Jack Dempsey, former
champion of the world, who is shown in a spirited exhibition bout with
Schmeling and Max Baer are to meet shortly under
at the latters training camp at
Dempsey's promotorial banner.
LAW ALUMNI PLAN
Anticipating the 1 0th anniver
sary of the Willamette -university
college of law which ia te.ee cele
brated next fall, alumni of the
school will banquet here next Sat
urday nigh t at the Masonic tem
ple. Prominent Jndges, alumni of
the school, as well as practicing
attorneys, former deans of the
school and other men who have
participated in its growth, will be
present at the banquet.
Among the guests of especial
honor will be Judge William M.
Ramsey of McMinnville, first dean
of the school when it was organ
ized in 1883. Other deans will be
Judge John W. Reynolds, Port
land, Senator C. L. McNary, At
torney General I. H. Van Winkle
and Roy R. Hewitt, the latter two
of Salem. Roy Lockenour, present
dean of the school, is in charge
of arrangements for the banquet.
Roy F. Shields of Portland will
be toastniaster. Graduates of the
school who are now circuit judges
will be speakers and will include
James W. Crawford, Portland; L.
G. Lewelling, Albany; Ceorge B.
Simpson, Vancouver, Wash.: Arlie
G. Walker, McMinnville.
HOMINESS OF DWELLING APPEALS f
marks of Paul Starr, Oregon i with ageratum.
the sky blue
FLOWER fashions like all oth
er fashions, constantly change
I notice that eastern garden
ers are' no longer .advocating the
pink and blue gardens which were
three or four
years back. Do
how we were
all to plant the
sprinter, and Dan Bracken, Uni
versity of Washington hurdler,
were not accepted. Starr ran the
220-yard dash in 21 seconds flat,
six tenths of a second better than
the record set by Wesley Foster,
Washington State, in 1928.
Bracken ran the 220 - yard low
hurdles in 23.2 seconds, equaling
the conference record set by Steve
Anderson,, University of Washing
ton, in 1929.
Neal Will Leave
For Jaunt East;
Rev. G. T. Neal, pastor of the
First Church of God, leaves Mon
day for a trip east, going by auto,
to be away a month. Mr. Neal is
a member of the board of church
extention and home missions of
the Church of God whose head-"
quarters are at Anderson, Indiana
where the publishing 'plant is lo
cated. It becomes necessary for
him to go to attend, the annual
business meeting which is held at
the same time of the Internation
al camp-meeting of the Church of
Rev. and Mrs. U. G. Clart of
Portland and Rev. R. T. Vest of
Yakima will accompany Rev. Neal
on the trip, going by way of Chi
cago for a short visit to the
world's fair. Mrs. Neal will have
charge of the local congregation
in the absence of her husband.
This year, we are told by garden
ers, that the colorful old-fashioned
garden is coming back. WTe
must plaut all of the rich colors
of the Sweet Williams and the
annual Phlox which resemble the
old fashioned patch work quilt
which is also again popular. We
must plant the mauve and royal
blue, the plum and violet shaded
delphiniums. Two of the best
known delphinium growers are
right here on the Pacific coast so
we should have no difficulty in
securing delphiniums we desire.
Some one wrote not long ago
asking me where she could se
cure hollyhock plants at less than
20 cents a piece. I found a love
ly place recently where hollyhock
nlants could be secured at 40
cents a dozen. The yellow holly
hocks as a background with blue
delDhiniums in front make a nice
On Memorial day I visited gar
dens and found several lovely
things in bloom although every
thing is so far behind last Me
morial day. Roses are just com
ing out. I found several Edwourd
Herriots in. bloom, the Constance
is also out. here and there I found
a Red and a Pink Radience in
bloom and the Padre was well
flowered out. It is well to re
member the roses that come Into
bloom early. We may have an
other late year, you know.
In one of our loveliest Oregon
commercial gardens I found row
Sparkling Pool of Water
Will EnhanceAny Garden
A: garden is not complete without water in some, pro-
nnurwed fnrm. It mav be a riDDiinsr brook, but rarely is
such a boon available for the average city garden. A poo!
of any size
too, is a lux
ury, but there
the ! medium
which offer an
accessible addition to most any garden. i
Completed they look formidable to possess to the j
amateur gardener, but a little investigation will prove that 1
to have one is quite possible. Easily available information i
may be had by addressing the Universal plan in care of i
The Statesman, '
upon row or one ana two year
old rose bushes growing in pots
and the pots buried in peat moss.
"Why?" I wanted to know.
"Because," the grower told me.
'to some people you simply can
not sell a plant that isn't in
bloom. They must see the color
for themselves. When we grow
them this way they can be trans
planted at any time; even in the
summer they can be transplant
ed without too much retarding if
they are given plenty of water."
One gardener informed me that
he was using a dusting powder of
lime and nicotine powder as a
successful control of the spital
bug which Is so disgusting in the
garden at this time. It is well to
do everything possible to control
this now as the bugs permitted to
grow will be just that many more
to fight next year. A dusting su.
phur ind arsenate of lead, is a
good combination for the control
of mildew and chewing worms and
insects which spell ruination to
roses. The combination can be
secured in a commercial form
known as kolotex.
In carrying out the more bril
liantly hued garden, I mentioned
in the beginning of this, try a
mixture of bright dahlias. It is
not at all too late to plant these
now. One color combination
which has been suggested consists
of Walter T. Ware, Orange King,
Bronze Queene, Jaune d'Oeuf.
Clark Walker defeated Ivan
Merchant 6 and 5 in the first
flight final match of the spring
handicap tournament at the Sa
lem Golf club Saturday.
A number of flight finals in the
club tourney and also In the
Elks' tournament are to be play
ed today, but the championship
flight final In the club contest
must be delayed as Bob Taylor,
scheduled to meet Walter Cline
for the title, is one of several
prominent Oregon golfers invited
to participate in special matches
on the Laurelwood course at Eu
The Salem club team is keep
ing in condition preparatory to
meeting Oregon City In a return
match here next Sunday.
The major event today is the
start of the qualifying round for
the Bobby Jones handicap tourna
ment. Not all of the details for
this competition have been ar
ranged, but qualifying scores will
be accepted beginning today and
the round Is scheduled to close
Saturday. All golfers, whether
club members or not, are invited
manager of the U. S. - Y. M. C. A.
employment bureau, estimated
The lists, however, are being
thoroughly combed over to elimin
ate dead wood. Two employment
and two Red Cross workers spent
yesterday evening working over
the list and will continue the task
this morning. They are Dotson,
Rex Ryan of the employment of
fice, Gladys Scott of the county
engineer's office and Tress How
ard of the Red Cross.
End Services at
The Evangelistic tabernacle
was crowded to capacity Friday
night as Evangelist R. D. E.
Smith spoke on the subject: "The
Last Great Earthquake." The lec
ture which was illustrated with
slide views of the Long Beach,
Cal., earthquake destruction.
The evangelist pointed out that
most of the destruction was caus
ed from faulty and poor construc
tion and in a very able manner
brought home the moral of mak
ing one's character honest and
genuine. Some of the pictures il
lustrated incidents of pathos and
heroism which took place in the
With the two services today at
3 and 7:45 p. m., the evengelist
will close hia campaign in this
city. Rev. C. G. Weston is pastor
at Evangelistic tabernacle which
is located on Ferry street at 13th.
Relief Lists of
At 1900 Figure
Although nearly 300 names
have been removed from county
relief employment lists and more
will be cut out this week end, the
total of 1900 will remain nearly
the same on account of recent ad
ditions, D. D. Dotson, assistant
WILL START IT T.
All children in Salem of school
age, 10 years and up, will be
eligible to participate in a city
wide swimming campaign the Y.
M. C. A. will conduct this week.
Dwight Adams and Gua Moore
of the physical' department will
be in charge of the boys and Es
ther Arnold will direct the girls
in cooperation with the Y. W.
Boys' days will be Monday,
Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.
Girls' classes will be held on
Wednesday and Friday. The daily
class schedule will be:
Beginners 1:30 to 2 p.m. and
2 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Grammar school 2:30 to 3
and 3 to 3:30.
Junior high 3:30 to 4 and
4 to 4:30.
High school 4:30 to 5 and 5
Participants are required to
furnish their own towels or rent
them from the Y. M. C. A. Girls
must bring swimming suits. Boys
will not be required to bring
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flOOR ft, AN - 0"-0 28 0"
liominess appeals in this conven
tional exterior. The front porch
stands with wide open arms and
the kitchen chimney peeps
above the roofline to spy the
approaching guet. The wide
front windows herald a cheerful
living room. The white painted
siding glb-tens happily and
flowering plants and shmbbery
abound. It Is left to the weU
proportioned fireplace chimney
to lend a touch of dignity, which
it accomplishes admirably. The
floor plan calls for a large com
bination living and dining
room, or the two may be separ
ated, or the dining room may be
made smaller, or all of the
space may be used for the living
room and the dining nook made
to arommodate diner. Ttir
are two large airy bedrooms
downstair and two large rooms
upstairs. Plenty of closet space
throughout, large well equipped
kitchen and large bathroom
with standard appointments. In
quire about Plan Xo. 374, Uni
versal House Plan Series, at The
Taken by Hogg
Hogg Bros., electric appliance
dealers, at 456 State street, an
nounce that they have taken over
the agency for Maytag washing
machines. They will have as their
territory, Marion, Polk, Clacka
mas and Tillamook counties.
A carload of the washers Is
expected to arrive at an early
date for distribution In this territory.
Can tke it, they're Miller
ized. Let ns give you a
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We will also pay cash for old brass, copper,
aluminum and old storage batteries.
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We have for sale:
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2:00 Catholic hor, NBC.
2 :30 Oar Avtrie&a tckooli, KBC.
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5:30 Album of Familiar Mmaic. NBC.
6:45 Seaday atta Parker a.
' 7:30 Orcheatral Ccaia, NBC.
8:20 Caarici Hart .NBC
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t:15 Golda Sonant, KBC.
9:30 Charit Hart, KBC.
9:55 Musical Comedy MiBnt.nl.
10:15 Bridge of Drramlaad, NBC.
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11:00 Phil Harria' rekaatra, KBC.
11:30 Bkytkai Vendor. KBC.
KOAC COBVaT.T.H 650
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7:00 Moraine aMditationa, led by RT,
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9:00 Home ecoaoaue abterrer.
12 :00 Farm hoar.
1:30 Muiie appreciation Byroa' Arn
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:00 Lifht opera fema.
1:30 1H elnb meeting.
9:15 Philosopher of the aroitrbad.
KOIX POETLAND 940 Kc.
8:00 Salt Lake Tabernacle i-rojraar,
8:30 Emery Dentach and orchestra,
9:30 The Little Concert. DLB8.
9:45 Book reiew, DLfcx.
10:00 American Legion talk.
11:00 Franretco IM Camiio. ULBS.
11:15 Symphonic honr. CBS.
12:00 Cathedral honr. tBf.
1:30 Profeaoor LindairT, 1LBS.
2 :00 Colombia featnre.
2:30 Claade Reiner. orrni.t. DLBS.
2:45 Rabbi Magma. DLBS.
3:45 Howard K!t, organist, CBS.
5:00 Columbia Dramatic guild. CBS.
5:30 Andre KoMelauetz piwnli . . .
6:15 Quiet harmonies, DLB.
7:00 Eddie Duchin' ori-ht-stra. CBS.
7:30 Jerry Friedman. t orchestra.
8:15 Guy Iisnbardo s Rom! Canad
":45 Johnny Hamp't nr'hetia. CBS.
9:00 The KI1.T Merrymaker., DLBS.
10:00 Ted Fiorito't orehevra, U! BS.
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8:00 Haddy Harmd's orih-fr;
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9:30 Rnaaian Gypsy orchestra. CB9.
10:00 National S'udent Federation.
11:15 Colombia Salon er-hetra.
12:00 Frank Westphal s or.-h.nn. CBS.
12:30 Columbia artists rental. PP.
1:43 Tito liuiitr, Mexican te'.or, CBS.
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8:30 Ariou trio. XBC.
9:15 E. D. Movies Co.
9:80 Cooking school.
10:30 Woman's Maga'iee r.f t' Air,
11:30 Monday matinee. NBC.
11:45 Happy Jark. NBC.
1 00 Soloist, NBC
2 :00 AI Pearce snd His Cir.g. N B ".
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June . Election
Great interest has already been
manifested in the forthcoming;
non-hlsh school district election
June 19. the county school super
intendent's office reported yester
day. Ballots requested for C2 dis
tricts total 4178. indicating a
much larger vote than customary
at the annual school meetings.
Thirty-two diricts haTe not yet
filed their request for ballots; a
total of 98 non-high school dis
tricts mill participate in the Toting.
Time for candidates' filing clos
ed yesterday at 5 p. m. with two
men from each of the five zones
in the county standing for elec
tion. One group of men favor con
tinuing high schdol transportation
by busses while the other group
opposes bus transportation contin
uance. This matter will be tha
crux of the election issue.
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