The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, August 26, 1956, Page 27, Image 27

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    Garden
j By GARDEN GABBER
ARMY'S WITH IS-in worm
form this time. Call hive been
numerous this past week report
ln( that the yellow itriped army
orm which many of us call the
slim eatterpillar Is moving In,
In big numbers. If you want to go
east 01 ine mountains for evi
H.nr. o.in.i htm ..mi fij
dtmage to potatoes and alfalfa,
clover and other crops. Here in
the Willamette Vallev. he's al -
ready made inroads in soma
dens, has been unpleasant by.
just hanging around trees and
flower gardens, and a few renort.
indicate he is again making
walking uncomfortable in some
a.reas. , i
Satisfactory control is had from
either DDT or toxnphene, used
according to directions on the
containers.
85 GROWING DAYS LEFT
That's what the average
, shows for the mid-Willamette
Valley area. The first "kill-
. Ing frost" average for Salem,
: as -reported In Ihe records,
Oct 31. Earliest killing frost
in Oregon Is Blittea, In Har
ney County, Hated at Aug. 30
as the average date. Latest
la Brookings (the land of the
. lilies) in Curry County, list
ed as Dee. 7. MrMlnnvllle
- runs an average of Oct 17
... almost two weeks earlier
. than Salem. Corvallis Is Oct.
- 23, but Eugene Is Nov. 4.
Portland lists Nov.-24, and
I KMil Eanl 4
- .. . UNi-nymu in which wiry frail iri. iinkTt'nrV r1lt m Tk
.GAMBLERS .AT HEART - But we suggest choosing unclut-1 M0N"TKRE Cal.f. - The
that's what gardeners are. So.-' "red looking pieces in subtle , babv '1nant that was. a show
if you are a real gambler here colors. They'll look handsome piece of the Republican National
are a few vegctabli you might ! tanner and blend better with con-! Convention in San Francisco was
gamble on for fall planting. I temporary furnishings this ap-j being rushed to Los Angeles Sat
While you can't be. hoping to 'Mies not so much, naturally, to , unlay in an effort to save her
harvest corn and tomatoes from;1" redwood pieces, as to the j life.
gardens planted now, you can try others which you may plan to The 400-pound GOP symbol was
your hand at carrots, a little let- move indoors to the basement badly hurt in a truck accident
' tuce, turnips, rutabegas. .. Even
peas aeem possible fn Bi a nyTJr7
dens, although they are listed as
a "definite gamble". But a few
fresh peas in October is rather
wnrlh a few faat nt parHan snap
and a little seed gamble. I
'Winter cabbage, planted right " special tool, shaped
now is a fairly safe gamble un- llk hxk. remove nails. The
Itss we repeat last November s man wh had it said that folk
frost performance. Plants for Red ho Uked to do things themselves
cabbage, Savov, Winter Ballhead found it handy in removing nails
should be available in garden!1" imaged shingles. You can
shops and seed stores. Parsley, PIjt ,n hingles into small
the white winter radishes, oakiP"CMDV knif r hacksaw
leaf lettuce or other leaf lettuce,
.will all produce.
If you have a cutting garden
with some of the flowers just
about finished for the season, sow
rows of vegetables between the
flower rows. The gladioli are just
shout through in many gardens.
Turnip seeds planted in between
the rows will be ready to harvest
this fall. But if everything
freezes up don't blame us. We
said it was a gamble!
EXPRESSED THIS WAY
Someday we are apt U b
told to "get going? a little
faster on the new R., H. Bal
dock freeway. . . But there
- Is to much to see along that
highway. We are enjoying
the plantings immensely, and
each time we go over the
highway which doesn't hap
pen to be every day we just
have to see how much every
thing has grown and what
new has been added. We
understand that planting a
shrub barrier in the middle
atrip of the highway, between
Hubbard and Salem will also
continued as soon ss weath-'
er permits. There's going to
be multiflora roses snd Eng
lish privet, along with a few
other things. Some of the
planting was done last spring
Answers to Crossword Puzzle
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LOWEST TERMS ON trfE BALANCE
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Gabbing
. . . We've always admired
the oleanders planted la lb
medians In southern Califor
nia. , , Holly plants would he
Interesting here,- t a,
wouldn't they?
SI MMER fTRMTl'RE Sum
mer's about over? That's what a
lot of the furniture atores art
minking, weve noted some un-
IV"." Tl buv on ou Wloor
'"rniture ' past wee We ve
lno,ed ,ome unus""lv
r."" outdoor furniture this past
week. We've also noted that man-
' ufacturcrs have been concen-
Irat,n8 hl? v" on duo-purpose
furniture that can be used inside
the house during colder months
and then carried outdoors for
summer use. Many new pieces
are rustproof, sun-resistant and
waterproof. Emphasis is on light
weight metal skelton frames, that
fold for easy carrying. Metal, rat
Un, cane, plastics and bamboo
are popular materials. Wrought
iron carts used for plants inside
have gone outdoors as cold drink
stands. Chairs and chaise lounges
come with aluminum frames. Re
movable foam, rubber liners cov
ered with plastic . re left un
cathed by dampness and tem
perature changes. . T We also
noted some picnic tables, benches
and chairs from redwood. They're
solid, rugged and heavy and ean
stay outdoors all year around.
Some of the atores were offering
them with nice reductions so
they wouldn't have to store them
all winter they don't have a
backyard in which they ran set.
Pav room or family room.
METHING-ELSR-AGAIN
While we were looking over the
gurden furniture deal, we found
another deal which rather in-
trtffllari nt althniioh ua ara nnita
sure we won't be usin. it our-M
Diane, remove tne nail with this
gnaget snd insert the new
shingles, nailing it in place.
DID YOU GET STI NG?
Reports are numerous of
wasps, hornets and yellow
Jackets around Ihe homes
this summer. Instectides con
Ul. jg dieldrin are effective.
Spray areas or nests at light
when the insects have return
ed. . . most of these return
to the nests at night. DDT Is
guvu in avaie inaiamra. put
some wasps have become im
mune to this disinfectant,
SPRING. AGAIN M rit. G.
Sherman out in Manbrin Gardens,
has been having a big yellow iris
in bloom this week. It had four
big blossoms on it. We think it
must be the climate out there
looking over the gardens in Man
brin it always looks to us like
eternal spring.
TO BE ORCHID CAPITAL
Members of the Northwest Or-
rhid Society and the Orchid Di
et Corporation will sponsor the
ifth annual Western Orchid Con
gress at the Benjamin Franklin
hctel, Seattle, Wash., Sept. 1-4.
Further information can be had
from Mrs. Helen Hirsch, editor
of the Oregon Orchid Society bul
letin. 1S221 SE East Ave.. Port
land 22.
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Both visitors In Salem and those who live here would hive a
find a prettier spot to spend a bit of time than around the
GOFsBaby
Elephant Hurt
In Accident
near Monterey Thursday mgbt
She was brought to an animal hos-
r iT Z j
pital here and I recee(rjiTairnrnt
from Dr. William M. Hammond
But today Dr. Hammond said she
was bleeding internally and "can't
possibly liv'
Her trainer, Wally Ross, how
ever, thought -blood transfusion
might help. He loaded her aboard
his truck early today and headed
for Thousand Oaks Animal Farm
at Los Angeles. He said "she
needs blood transfusion and there
isn't any elephant blood here." He
indicated a transfusion could be j
arranged at thejinirrtal farm.
The elephant was injured when
Ross's pickup truck overturned. !
Ross at first thought her uninjured
but Friday morning the animal,
flown In from Thailand three
weeks before the convention, waa
gasping for breath. She showed
some response after treatment .by
Dr. Hammond but. didn't want o
get up. And today Dr. Hammond
who concedes he is no elephant
expert pronounced her condition
hopeless.
Man to Die for
3Iistress' Death-
TAIPEI, Formosa iv Chang
Shui Fa, 2S, has been sentenced
to death for ' the murders of his
mistress and her grandmother.
The two women were burned
fatally June S. Authorities charged
Chang splashed gasoline on them
while they were sleeping and set
fire to it.
Chang testified he was angry
because his mistress had cooled
toward him and refused his repeat
ed proposals of marriage..
DACK - TO
At Needham's Stationery
Everything
New
White and Pastel
ZIPPER BINDERS
In Tolex
From. . .
2
73
up
-
E5TERBB00K PENS
Stondord for
All Students
$2o
A
New Sheaffer
CARTRIDGE PEN
With Ink
Supply . .
195
OVER 30 YEARS' EXPERIENCE FURNISHING SCHOOL NEEDS
UJi STATIONERY
fi2l&!4' OFFICE SUPPLIES
WITH THE NEW GRAY FRONT AT 465 STATE ST.
Variety of Trees Offered on Capitol Grounds
Gay Throng Jams Town's
Streets for 'Sucker Day'
WETUMKA. Okla. t A happy
throng of townsfolk and visitors
Saturday celebrated once again
the lime Wetumka went over
board for a line fed its citizens
Robbery Try
Costs Bandit
Fifty Cents
.
robbery walked into a saloon on
the northwest side Saturday.
He quietly ordered a beer and
laid a- half dollar on the bar.
Then, even more quietly, he
drew a gun and forced the bar
keeper, Bruno Gutik, into a back
room.
Guzik's outraged outcries
aroused the 23 customers in the
place, and the gunman hurried out
the rear door
Guzik walked back to the bar.
pocketed the 50-cent piece, quaffed
the robber's beer and, probably,
smacked his lips. too.
Racing Cars
Crash; 4 Die
BALTIMORE I Two late
model cars, apparently racing
along a deserted boulevard early
Saturday, aideswiped each other,
sending one plowing into a utility
pole.
Four were killed. Two were hos
pitalized with chest injuries.
Traffic police said there was;
evidence iney were racing
Officers said marks on the street
showed that one car skidded more
than 400 feet, and the other
skidded 200 feet before winding it
self around the pole. The impact
snapped the pole about half-way
up.
The dead were identified as Wil
liam Bartels, 19; Edward Bindnx,
22; Martha Moeller, 17. and Ar
lene Maisch, 19, all of Baltimore.
They were in the back seat of the
wrecked car.
- SCHOOL
SAVINGS IN A
You Need for Every Grade
-ATTENTION-
Parents of Students
FREE
Grades 1st-6th
Official List
Work BooJti and Suppliti
Stop in
"WVIJ Assist Yovr Stltclion"
lop
honors
for
ntatneif I
. and H' easy with
fountain Ptn from Ntedham's
Ntwly-lnlargti fountain
ton Department
Authorized Pen Repairs for
Farker-Shaetfer
1.
hard time to
itate rapltol
by an oil-tongued confidence man
they've never seen since.
A crowd estimated by "Sucker
Day" General Chairman H. H.
Loard at 5,000 normal popula
tion here Is 2.000 watched what
he called "the best parade yet"
of all the seven festivals held
since F. Bam Morrison embarras
singly skipped out with some of
the town's cash.
This was the first year for out-of-towa
floats in the parade.
Among them was a giant one from
uiwaiiuuia vny juiKcr mr force
another from, jearby
Oklahoma City s Tinker Air Force
McAlester's Naval Ammunition
Depot.
Gilded Convertible ,
Riding in a gilded convertible
the state's official automobile for
its semi-centennial celebration
next year was Miss Oklahoma of
19.1, Miss Ann Campbell of Okla
homa City.
But despite this year's added at
tractions, the long-awaited guest
of honor F. Bam Morrison him
selfagain failed to attend.
Wetumka would like to have
him back, not lo presenile him
but to assure him "Sucker Day
is the town's way of forgetting its
chagrin that followed his depar
ture.
Money Taken
With him went money he had
collected, in his role of advance
agent, for concessions and for ad
vertising a non-existent circus.
Behind him he left merchants with
overstocked . supplies they had
hoped to sell to the .show's crowds.
Wetumka, with a lesson learned.
decided to have a lot of fun one
day a year as a reminder of F
Bam.
MOSQUITO CARGO DIE
Kl'ALA LUMPUR ( - A car
go of live Malayan mosquitoes
will be sped in September to
Washington for research use at a
U.S. Army medical unit. The in
sects can't live longer triad 70
hours. Maj. H. 0. Barnett, who
will courier the package, has map
ped an air journey with changes
en route that should take him to
Washington in 47 hours 45 min
utes by way of Singapore, Hong
Kong, Tokyo and Seattle.
Only Best
Quolity
HAMMERMILL
BOND
100
Sheet
35c
Dependable
i,oo-
PENS FOR GRADE
SCHOOL PUPILS
3.
grounds or In Wlllann Park. This It the nark on the east of the capltol build
ing. The trees on the capltol (rounds have Identifying name plates.
k Joe Smith9
Invited to
Join Demos
.CHICAGO i The Democratic
nominees, Adlai E. Stevenson and
Sen. Estes Kefauver, got together
Saturday and they invited "Joe
Smith" to join them.
Kefauver, the candidate for Vice
President, arrived by airliner
from Washington. Stevenson, the
candidate for President, hopped
down from suburban Libertyville
in a chartered tour-seat plane.
They met at Chicago'a Midway
Airport.
esmoawosked the TfnnesseeJ
senator his reaction to the Repub
lican convention this week in San
Francisco.
"One big difference between the
Republicans and Democrats." be
said, "is that the Republicans
have no room for a Joe Smith."
Terry Carpenter, a Republican
delegate, attempted to place a
mythical "Joe Smith" in nomina
tion for Vice President in an effort
to introduce competition In t h e
GOP convention.
Stevenson, told about Tefauver'a
comment, added some of his own:
"We hate room for him in ours.
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British Troops :
Kill Malayan
Commie Leader
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaya tw
British troops shot and killed
Veung Kuo, deputy Chief of the
Malayan Communist Party, in a
brief jungle skirmish Saturday.
Veung. known as "the bandit
with a charmed life," was with six
bodyguards in a small guerrilla
camp aa a British patrol attacked.
He waa cut down as he tried to
flee deeper in the jungle. , Yenng
had been hunted since the ' start
of Ihe Communist uprising against
British rule in 1948. British auth-
Mid h"d lh
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and - foiled many jm-
bushes.
Control of weight and mainten
ance of ideal weight should begin
in youth and continue through life.
The older you get, the harder it Is
to lose excess weight.
I'm sure they're in the Democra
tic Party anyway because we had
an open convention."
. Stevenson and Kefauver then
boarded the chartered plane and
flew to Libertyville to talk over
campaign plans.
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Staff smart, Salem, Ore.. Sun., Aug. 26, '56 (Sec. IV)-27
States Rights
Party Sessions
Start Monday
FORT WORTH. Tex. - The
Constitution Party, organised ' as
a states' rights group in seven
states and claiming liaison with
similar groups in other states,
opens its national convention here
Monday.
Dr. B. Edward Burgess of San
Antonio, national committeeman
from Texas, said the party is ex
pected to nominate a candidate
for Presidents
Dr. Burgess said delegates are
expected from a number of states.
The party is organized in Texas.
Arkansas, Indiana. Illinois, Mary
land, Pennsylvania and Oregon.
"The party has adopted a net of
seven major principles, Dr. Burg
ess says.
These include "correct and Just
Interpretation of the U.S. consti
tution and Bill Of Rights
Amerl -
canism and American justice
slates rights exercised and
re -
lained"; removal of government j
from business: individual state,1
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Two Wholesalers
Hike Coffee Price
WE WYORK Two of the
nation's largest coffee roa iters
raised the wholesale price of cof.
fee three rents to $1.05 a pound.
the highest since early IKS. .
There ' waa no indication ex
actly how much this would effect
the retail price, which variee
greatly in different sections and
in dillerent stores.
tieneral Foods Corp. made the
increase on its Maxwell House
coffee, the biggest selling brand
in the country, and its other vacuum-packed
brands, effective Mon
day. Standard Branda Inc., said
it will raise wholesale prices of
its Chase k Sanborn coffee three
cents a pound next eek. hut had
not yet decided on the effective
date.
regulation of public education;
protection of the legal righta of
labor to a degree equal to the
' rights of all other groups of eiti-
xens; and repeal of the federal
' income tax law and the 18th
amendment to' the constitution
under which It is levied.
Hearing Service
none N7M
fro Ladd and Baih Back.
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IKTFTr now yotur prtsenl or U it y
IV its peak worth. "
nd right now Bulck'i best-seller
status means a big sales volume that
permits us to make better trade-in
allowances and that't on top of
todau'e low Buick pricet.
So deal yourself m now on Buick '
power Buick handling Buick
styling Buick s extra-buoyant ride,
extra solidity, jextra roominess. -
And most certainly, deal yourself
in on the terrific performance of
B uick's advanced new Variable Pitch
Dynaflow with its double-action
getaway where you get flash-fast
safety acceleration even before you
switch the pitch.
Come in today while the best of
driving weather is still ahead! ,
S'ev Advanrtd Virtahur PUrft Dynafac
th mly Dynatmo Butrk huildt today, ft 4t
Itandard on Koadmatltr, Super tnd Ctnhirf
oiok1 at modt etf ra coat on th S penal
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We Give Green Stamps
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Phono 3-809S
388 N. Commercial St.
Salem, Or.