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    3-(S?c. IV) Statesman, Salem, Ore.. Thur.. Sept 13, 58
?Gy;Wi4h Flashy' Swinlc,
LoCied in Southwest Loop
DALLAS. Tel.. Sept U IffU
Champions seldom repeat ami the
favorite almost never come
through to tha Southwest Confer-
enca but that tact didn't Keep ine
critics from picking Texas Chris
tian Tha writers figured they
eouldat fa an forever being
wrong and. besides, ' TCU has
Happy Braves
Relive Victory
Adcock Says Came
Toughest of Life'
eonnirr w c-e it lm Tlia
most important game W the year,
There wasn't a single member
1L. Atl I .a... .4. .4 'I
think so as they tried ta relax
in tha visiting clubhouse after a
spine-tingling , 1-7 triumph over
Brooklyn today a victory that re
stored their one fame lead ever
the Dodgers. .. :
"It was tha toughest game I
ever played in my life," said Joe
Adcock, "but the most important
we ever won."
It was Adcock'i sixth faming
home run that gave the Braves
a M lead. The big first baseman
baa hit U in 17 fames against
the Dodgers. ,
Oae Gaaae Up
"We came here one game up en
them and we leave with one game
up," said Johnny Logan, the
shortstop who was forced, to ..sit
out the important two-game ser
ies because of ' a back injury,
" 1 -.1 .'lt :n v. ti
rtnyt wsj u aim WW up w UICIJ1
wnea u a ever, s, .
It was a happy bunch of Braves
whe obviously were very proud
of the tremendous uphill victory.
after the Dodgers bad knocked
starter Lew Burdette from the
mound In the first inning to Jump
off to a quick J-o lead. With Dos
Newcombe on the mound for the
Dodgers, few of the 22.327 thought
the Braves bad chance at that
Happiest of the lot was Danny
O'Connell, the fine little second
baseman, whose ' seventh Inning
muff of Sandy Amorot' routine
ground ball allowed twa Brook'
iyn runs te cross the plate and
tie ine score at 7-7.
Awful reeling ; .'"'' A
"You'll never know what
awful feeling -1 had out there
when I realized the ball had gone
through my legs," he said. "If
there was a hole in the ground.
I'd have crawled into it. I kept
thinking that I would be respon
sible for each of our guys losing (possible world Series
share). i :
"l was sure that Purine (Carl
Furillo. the next batter) would
break up the ball fame," 0Cos-
nell continued. "Boy, was I grate
ful when he hit bite a double play.
I said a prayer of thanks to the
Lord then." -
O'Connell atoned for bis fielding
lapse with a spectacular back
handed stop of Amoros grounder
near second in the ninth inning
and ended the game with a fly
to second that forced Jackie Rob
inson. '
O'Connell also set up the win
ning rua with an eighth inning
single to share the starring roles
with Adcock, winning: Ditcher Bob
Buhl and Bill Bruton. Buhl's vic
tory, in relief, was his eighth over
the Dodgers. Bruton highlighted a
four run second inning with a two
run triple, and singled in another
run in the seventh.
Nats Move To
Coast Denied '
Calvin R. Griffith, president of
the Washington Senators, said to
day it ten t so that the American
League baseball club is all set to
meve to California.
. Griffith did say "a West Coast
city" had asked him about the
possibility on shifting the Sena
tors' franchise but described the
approach as so conversational
that nothing came of H. -
"Contrary to published re
ports." Griffith laid, "the seventh-place
Senators are not con
templating a move." The rumor
followed a story by Curlcy
Grieve, sports editor of the San
Francisco Examiner, that the
"baseball underground is buzzing
with the report" that the club's
franchise will be shifted to Cali
fornia next year.
Grapevine Repart " ''.'-.
Grieve added "the grapevine
says" Griffith recently spent two
weeks In San Francisco and Los
Angeles - conducting a personal
survey and was waiting only for
the season te end to make his
move. The story also said base
ball commissioner Ford Frick
was aware of the plan and was
"quietly preparing the ground for
swift action." . . , -,
Griffith had this to say about
It: "While on my recent player
scouting trip across the country,
I was Informally approached by
a west coast city regarding the
possible transfer of the Washing
ton franchise. - .
"The approach as made In con
versation, larked details and
could not in any way be consid
ered a proposal." . ; ,
CUT Not Wonliiird
Griffith declined to Identify the
city, but his Itinerary Indicated
H V..H either Los Angeles or San
Fr.T" . 'o. A.'ed how he reacted
to t c ;-;romh, Griffith said the
sul't woe so informally dur-
Irsr a j ".! baseball discussion I " n't comment one way
or t (. .. r.
Ti e I -I rl.ib dismissed similar
r p. I. t M.iy as "careless
r ; s ' t I y.i 1 at that time it
I r rver c red and docs
.- t c ' r;Ue" any move.
what it takes to upset tradition
Even coach Abe Martin admits
that his Horned Frogs should be
top-rated, although he pointed out
that the team picked last year
Rice wound up last, while the
team that was ' supposed to fight
it out with Rice for the titli
Southern Methodist finished only
a notch higher. Texas Christian.
relegated to fifth, romped in with
the crown. , f
But Texas Christian has the
most experienced squad since
1932 when the Frogs were unde
feated and it could be the finest
team in TCU history.
Eleven Sealers Set
Eleven seniors will start the
games and there are plenty of
veterans backing them. up. All
America Jim Swink looks as good
as ever. Chuck Curtis is consid
ered the best quarterback in the
league and the line is big. tough
and deep. - , ,
General opinion Is that If Texas
Christian doesn't win R either
Texas AIM or Baylor will.
Coach Paul Bryant has 20 let-
termen back from last season's
second place Aggies and the
team is equipped with strong run
ning, adept passing and plenty of
reserve strength. The element of
surprise will be gone, however.
The Aggies weren't expected to
do much last season and the race
was almost ever before anybody
realize 1 they were doing It.
Ample Reserves
Baylor comes up with some
thing it hasn't had in the past
five years ample reserve
strength. It also has three fine
quarterbacks. The squad seeps
with experience end power . and
this time the Golden Bears can
start the season with the fellow
they depended upon for two years
only to have to play halfway
through without him Doyle Tray-
lor. Tray lor. who missed a lot of
time because ef broke bones, is
sound and rugged. And Del Snof
ner, who was the conference sen
sation as a sophomore but did
little last season because ef a
lame ankle, is back in top shape
after a season of sprinting in
Texas will have the two most
talented passers in the league in
Joe Clements and sophomore
Vines Matthews, and it still has
Walt Fondren, one ef the most
versatile backs in the country.
The Longhorns should boast a
high scoring attack. ,
Twenty Lettermea
Arkansas has 20 lettermea, IS
of them linemen.' It figures to
have more f 1 n e sse. thus be
stronger offensively, and the de
fense looks good. Coach Jack
Mitchell thinks he has about the
two best quarterbacks around in
George Walker and Don Chris
tian. ' :
Southera Methodist and Rice
are locked la a tight fight to see
U.S. Nag Wins
Leger Stakes
DONCASTER. England. Sept.
U HI Cambremer, only U. - S.
owned thoroughbred in a field of
13, captured the 181st running of
the St. Leger Stakes today. Queen
Elizabeth and 250,000 other spec
tators watched at Her Majesty's
High veldt finished fifth.
Cambremer. owned by E. B.
Strsss burger of Norristown, Pa.,
challenged the leaders ltt fur
longs from the finish of the 1
mile, furlongs, 132 yard course.
Two hundred yards from the post
French jockey Fred Palmer
pushed Cambremer into the lead
ahead of Lord Astor a Hornbeam
and finished strong to wis by
three quarters of a length.
This was the second victory In
three years for an American-
owned horse In the St. Leger, last
of the English racing season's
classics. Robert S. Clark. Upper
fille, Va., won with Never Say
Die in 1954.
Cambremer'a time was 1:111
French Beige finished third, 1
lengths behind .Hornbeam. Talgo
was fourth.
Trainer George Bridgeland said
that Cambremer will not race in
the Prix de l'Arc de Trlomphe In
Paris on Oct. 7 because the dis
tance is too short
"He will certainly be kept In
training as a four-year-old with a
view to winning the Ascot Gold
Cup." Bridgeland said. The vic
tory was worth $37,580 to owner
Strassburger, who new lives In
Parts and was not on band for
the race.
which is picked for the cellar.
SMU had a lot of big fellows last
season but they didn't move very
well. Few of them are back and
while the team will have more
speed and agility it is one of the
least experienced la SMU history.
Rico couldn't go anywhere but
np sine the Owls were a flat,
victoryless last in 1955. There are
only It lettermea and they don't
have enough experience te be
rated as veterans. The team will
be young and green but it'll have
1st 200 Wins
Said Hardest
Ex-Fielder Lemon
Good Batsman, Too
CLEVELAND, Sept 12 -
"The first 200 are the hardest,1
Joked former outfielder Bob
Lemon, who pitched his 200th
major league victory last night.
The 35-year-old righthander
worked today toward two other
record book goals, his seventh
season as s 20-game winner and
another homer which would make
him the hurler with the most
His 3-1 victory over Baltimore
upped his season s mark to 19-12
snd he'll get four more starting
assignments for .a chance to nab
No. 20. s
Lemoa also socked his fifth
homer of the year and No. 36
since he's been pitching. That tied
rum with Red Ruffing, former
New York Yankee ace. for the
most four-baggers smashed hv a
pnener. . .... , ,, . , ...... . ....
Another Day's Wert
Just another dav's work"
smiled Lemoa as be acceded con
gratulations from his teammates.
In his last II starts, "Lem"
has allowed a total of 14 runs.
an average of 1.4 a game. He
leads the American League in
completions, finishing 20 of the 32
contests he has started.
I guess the Cleveland brass
started converting me into a
pitcher because of my hitting,"
Lemon recalled today. I was hit
ting .ISO in IMS."
beorge KelL Baltimore third
baseman, said Lemoa has lost
none of his skill in the last 10
Net Much Difference
'I don't see much difference In
him over the years," Kell said.
He may not be quite as fast
but he's just as difficult to hit."
Lemon said he never did throw
fast like teammate rapid Robert
reiter. one of the two other pitch
ers currently active in the major
leagues with more thaa 300 vic
tories. Feller has won 266. The
ether with 100 also la aa Indian.
Early Wyna with 217.
Only 36 pitchers have won 200
fames since 1900.
I think I have better control
thaa I used te have," Lemon
said. "I dont have the fast ball
but throw the curve, slider and
sinker. They're still sinking."
I. Outer
la. Do
12. Oil of
rose aetata
13. Attarea4
14. Title of
Montreal In
Big Four Win
MONTREAL, Sept lit The
Montreal Alouettes had to come up
with three-touchdowns In the final
quarter today before subduing the
tenacious and free-wheeling Otta
wa Rough Riders, 36-21, for their
fourth victory In five starts in the
Big Four football league.
After trailing the Riders 21-14 go
ing into the final quarter the Als
finally moved in front on two long
touchdown passes by Sam Etche-
verry te Joey Pal. They made it
ssfe with Etcheverry's single and
a touchdown by Fat Abbruzxl, also
his second or the day.
Quarterback Hal Ledyard and
end Bob Simpson were the stand
outs in the Ottawa drive that had
the Ala pretty much baffled for
three quarters. Ledyard's running
and passing were outstanding and
Simpson snared 11 of the II passes
completed by the Ottawa quarter
back-, j .
Pat Abbruzzl, Montreal fullback,
came through with his best line
smashinf game of the season and
counted two touchdowns along
wtih the pair ty rai.
Toronto Wins;
Galiffa Stars
HAMILTON, Sept. 12 - The
Toronto Argonauts drove from be
hind to defeat the Hamilton Tiger
Cats 22-21 in a Big Four football
game tonight on the great passing
of quarterback Arnie Galiffa, for
mer army star, snd sensational
catching of end Al Pfeifer.
The Tiger-Cats were ahead 14-0
early in the second quarter and
the 19,153 fans were going wild
when Galiffa started hitting his re
ceivers. He fired two touchdown
passes to Pfeifer, formerly of
Fordham. One of them came in
the fourth quarter and gave Argos
the game-winning margin.
nowara scneneuenberger, an
end from Kentucky, halfback Tex
Robinson of Temple and half
Davey West of Calgary scored the
Hamilton touchdowns. Steve One-
schuk converted all three.
Althea Stars
In Net Meet
TORONTO, Sept. 12 Lru-Althea
Gibson of New York, runnerup in
the 1956 United States champion
ships, won the ladies singles title
of the International Invitiation
Tennis tournament today with an
easy 6-3, 6-1 victory over Shirley
Bloomer of Englanl.
The 28-year-old U.S. ace, who
had won 18 of 21 tournaments on
recent globe-trotting tour, met
little resistance from her younger
Meanwhile, in the men's singles
Lew Hoad of Australia beat Luis
Ayala of Chile 8-6, Mini semi
final match. Hoad will meet Sven
Davidson of Sweden, who dis
posed of Ham Richardson of
Baton Rouge, La.. 6-4, 6-4 today,
in tomorrow's final.
Miss Gibson also teamed with
Karol Fageros of Miami. Fla.. to
down Miss Bloomer and Jennifer
Hoad, Lew's wife, 6-2, 6-4. to cap
ture the women's doubles title.
Cubs Acquire Ilillman
LOS ANGELES, Sept. 13 (
Los Angeles has sold Dave Hill
man, 20-game winner, to the Chi
cago Cubs. He will report tomor
row in Brooklyn. Hillman had a
3.40 earned run average In post
ing a 20-and-7 mark for the Paci
fic Coast League champions. He
win be 29 tomorrow. He is right
15. Astern
16. Radium
17. Without
20. Hi f ave
21. Scoffs
23. Excess ef
23. Touches
23. A system
of worshif
2. Ten
23. Beat
34. Thereters
35. Twice
36. India (poet)
3T. Claw
39. Goddess
of the hunt
41. Approach
41 Sharp edge
of molding;
13. Perches
14. Lew Islands
1. Dose of
g. Access
J. Marshy
f. War-god
8. Hits with,
I. Lteve out
7. Warp-yarn)
8. Hot and
. Spars
IL Searches
15. Afirms
1. Remaining
19, Before
TO. Pubbc
22. Capital
24. Aatgnof
the zodiac
25. Throws
3T. Beheld!
30. A game
II. Old None
33. Submerge
33. A rolt
of cloth
!jh Sl ElfaL iM I
ct-K Jjff -f
SftlPQ ylctsrVlhrf
Yait4r'e Shw
38. Medieval
form ef
ay relay of
tea eai
40. Anger
m f I' x w 'T
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is iw ii Jt n jo ji
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Huskies Find
Score Threat
SEATTLE. Sept. 1J (AP) A
BO-minute scrimmage - produced
10 touchdowns and a new po
tential scoring threat today as
the University of Washington
football squad got down to busi
ness m preparation for its season
opener against Idaho Sept .22.
The new scoring threat was
Don Millich, sophomore left
half from Aberdeen, Wash.,
playing in the second string
backfield. He scored five times,
including a 77 yard run around
end and another for 66 yards
through the middle.
Millions other tallies were
runs from 25 yards and 2 yards
and the catch of a 25 yard touch
down pass from Al Ferguson.
Coach Darrell Royal said he
would have been pleased except
for considerable time spent in
getting the scoring spark going.
He ordered locked gates for to
morrow's workouts, barring ev
eryone except coaches and squad
Tide Table
(CMUt. kgr I S Caut CmMI
rT. PwUue. OiU)
spl. Tm HmrM TWn Hriirht
Ex-Giant Hero
Handed Fine
BROOKLYN, Sept. 12 (-Bobby
Thomson, hero of the 1951 playoff
victory of the New York Giants
over the Brooklyn Dodgers, was
fined $100 today by Manager Fred
Hancy of the Milwaukee Braves
for trying to steal home against
the Dodgers on his own.
Thomson, who was traded to
Milwaukee by the Giants, walked
in the eighth with the score tied
7-7 and Joe Adcock on first.
When Bill Bruton singled Ad
cock home with the winning run
of the game, Thomson took third
and Bruton went to second as
Carl Furillo momentarily Juggled
the ball.
Del Crandall was purposely
passed, and with Chuck Tanner
batting for Bob Buhl, Thomson lit
out for home. Roy Campanella
tagged him out.
"He did it on his own and I
have fined him $100," said Hancy
after the game.
DURHAM, N.C.. Sept. 12
Leroy H. Addington, 62, for many
years director of publicity for the
National Assn. of (Minor) Pro
fessional Baseball Leagues, died
in a hospital here early today. He
had suffered a heart attack Sun
day night
BravCT-Dodgers Box
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... 0
MllwaakM (I)
Mantilla. M
O'Connell, lb
Aaron, rt
Mathawa, 3b
Adcock, lb .
Thomnun. If
Crandall. c
Burdctt. p
Conley, p
Phtlllpa, p
Buhl, a
Crone, p 0
Total! M
Broaklya (1) An
Gilliam, lb I
rhh. n I
Snider, cf . ... 4
Robinson, lb ;....... 4
Amnroa, If I
Furtllo, rf ...... 4
Hodeas, lb 4
Campanella, a ,
Newcomna. n .... o
Lablne, p .. . I
Baucnt P .
A-MitchcU 1
Craig, j) 0
C-Jarkaon 1
D-FemandeS t
Drytdale. p , 0
Lehman, p ....M....... S
Totals 39
A-Blngled fnr Beaarnt In 7th.
B-Announced for bum hi am.
C-Slnfled Inr Craig In Sth.
D-Ran fnr Jackaon in Sth.
Milwaukee 040 001 110
Brooklyn S10 000 100 t
B O'Connal, Furillo. BI Bnidrr,
Amnroa 1. Furillo. Campanella,
Thomson, Bruton t, Conley, Adcock
S. Crandall, Reese. iB-aniaer, Mai
hews. 3B Amnroa. Bruton. HR
Campanella, Adcock, Crandall. S
Cnnley. DP Gilliam, Reese ael Hod-
lea: Buhl, O'Connell and Adcock.
Left Milwaukee I. Brooklyn 7. BB
Phillips 1, Newcombe 1, Lablne 1.
Craig S, Dryadale 1. SO Burdette 1,
Conley S. Lablne S, Beaaent 1. Cralf
1, Lehman l. HO Burdette 4 in
Conley 7 In l'a. Phinine in ia.
Buhl S In t. Crone) t in L Newoombe
1 In 1. Lablne (none out In Snd I I In
lW Beaaent 0 la 14. crai a ta i.
Dryadale I In 4. Lehman In H ft-
RR Burdette S-S, Cnnley S-J, Phil
lips 1-0. Buhl 0-0, Crone 0-0. New
romhe 4-4, Lablne 3-1, Beaaent S-t,
Craig 1-1, Drysdala S-S, Lehman S-S.
HBP Buhl IRnninaonl. w Buhl I IT-
SI. L Cralg (ll-IOi. U Dixon. Dnna-
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xirt-raix notici
Laurel AUre Schaper Stohl haa, by
order ol the Circuit Court ol the
Slat of Oregon for Marion County.
been appointed executrix or the es
tate or Nellie viola Stohl, Deceased.
Clerk a Regiatry No.
AU persona having claims against
said estate are required to present
them, duly vended, wltb proper
vouchers to wid executrix at 310
Pioneer Trust Building. Salem, Ore'
goa, within six months from the
date of trus notice.
' Dated and lint published Aug. IS,
executrix ol the utate of
Nellie Viola Stohl. Deceased.
31 Pioneer Trust Building
Salem, Oregon
Attorneys ror executrix
Aug. la, S3, SO. Sept S. 13
Oral bids will be received at the
office of the State Forester, 2600
Stats Street, Salem. Oregon, at 2
September 14, 1956, for all tim
is hereinafter designated, such
timber being located ss follows: .
Sale Area Na. 1, Rock Creek Vi
cinity: (Linn County)
Portions of the NE1,, E'lW'i and
the N'jSE'4 of Section 17, Town
ship 10 South. Range 3 East. W.M..
wiuin tha posted timber sale
Sale Area No. 1, Menameat Peak
Vicinity: (Linn County)
Vlelaty: (I. inn Countvl
Portions of the S'iSW, and SW,
SE" of Section 7; W'3NE and
NW of Section 18. Township 10
South, Range 4 East, W M . within
the poated timber sale boundary,
iand marked timber on or adjacent
to the railroad grade in the NWU
of Section 18, Township 10 South.
Range 4, and NK and S1,
NW, of Section 13, Township 10
South. Ranee 3 Eaat. W.M
Sale Area No. 3, Sardine Creek Vi
cinity: (Marlon County I
Portions of the SW1,, W'iSE'i of
Section 25 and the SE4 of Section
SS, Township I South, Range 4
Fart, W.M.
The minimum prices that wtU be
considered as ss follows:
Sale Area Na. 1:
Marked green Douglas fir
242 MBF S30 AS per M a I 4,997.30
All dead Douglas fir
380 MBF (,t 19 68 per M m 7,478.40
All Western hemlock
34 MBF ts 3.S4 per M as 1.040 II
Total S13.S1386
2: Timber within sale
Sale Area No
Marked green Douglas fir
115 MBF 827.85 per M a I 4 .593 25
All dead Douglas fir
18 MBF 0 22 60 per M 406 SO
Timber on railroad grade
Marked Douelas fir
48 MBF it 24.61 per M 1.181.28
231 MBF Total t . 183.33
Purchaser may remove any acrao
metal located within 300 feet either
aide of the railroad grade.
aaie Area mo. j: undetermined Vol
ume 1250 00
Bid award will be made on the
basis o( the largest total lump sum
bid for each sale area. The State
makes no guarantee as to the quan
tity, quality or value of the timber
to be sold.
Payment: Sale Areas No. 1 and Na.
Cash Installment payment! in ad
vance of cutting.
Sale Area No. 3:
Cash payment in full within
thlry daya following notification of
bid award.
Prospective' bidders should secure
a copy of the prospectus covering
terms of the sale from the office of
the State Forester. 2SO0 State Street
Salem, Oregon.
ine State Forester reserves the
right to waive minor technicalities
or to relect any or all bids.
Publication dates: August IS, 23, 30,
September and 13, 154.
JOAN POOLE. eeciitrlT of the
estate et THEODORE JESTEN. de
ceased, has filed her final account
aa such In the Circuit Court of Mar
lon County, Oregon, and said Court
has fixed Monday the 17th dav of
September ism, at 10 ao o'clock A.M.
in the court Boom of said Court, as
the time and place for bearing ob
jections thereto.
Executrix ol the Fstate of
412 Pioneer Trust Buildiaf
Salem. Oregon
Attorneya lor Executrix
Aug. 18, S3, SO, 8. i, 13.
KENNETH CLARK, administrator
of the estate of GLADYS CLARK
HCAHD8LEY, deceased, has filed his
final account aa such la the Circuit
Court of Marlon County, Oregon, and
eatd Court bas fixed Monday, the
lsth day of October. IBM, at 10 on
'clock A.M. in the Court Roost of
said Court, aa tha time and . place
for hearing objections thereto.
Administrator of the Fjtate
413 Pioneer Trust Building
Salem, Oregon
Attorneys for Administrator '
Sept, U, IS, SI, Oct I. u.
GassifieB Index
"Tor Your Convenience"
III Meeting NeaSree
111 Loas sad Fonavd .
114 Trna apart alloo
118 Personal (
111 SUmps and Coins
tie AGRicvLTtnta
tat Livestock tor Sal
MIS Livestock Wanted
M4 Poultry and Rabbit
tai Pur Bearing AnuauJt
Mat Pets
V0S Sea Food
IS Seeds and Plant
411 Fruit and Fanu PTedaee
It3 Fertiliser
114 Farm Equipment
125 Auction Sales
lie Money to Lean
312 Loans Wanted
SIS Investments
OS Help Wanted
604 Help Wanted. Mast
M Help Wanted, Lady
so Pickers wanted
610 Sales Help
612 Work Wanted. Man
114 Work Wanted, Lady
am Mtuauoaa wanted
617 Job lnformauaa
6IS Education
620 Day or Contract
702 Sleeping nooma. Board
703 Wanted Rooms. Board
70S Apartments fox Rent
TVS Duplets
im House for item
707-A Furnished
70S Farms for Rent
71 Wanted to Rent
Til Wanted to Rent Houses
111 Wanted to Rent Apia.
714 Business Rentals .
Ill Reeort Rentals
718 Convalescent Homee
780 Moving and Storage
81 Business Opportunities
801 Business Property
103 Suburbea
80S Houses tor Sate
8:7 Apts.. Courts for Sale
808 Lots for Sale
110 Farms for Sal
811 Excnaag neat anal
11 Reeort Property
111 Wanted Real Estate
tli Insuraae
300 Pergonal
316 Personal
FOR SAUttane Vet ki Rest I aw
Memory Oerssena. Pit. SS10S.
FREE rent A heat for small
non denominational study 4
omrwteine grestps. Writ Bex
303 Statesman-Journal.
ALCOHOLICS Aamyawttt group
N. L 20M N. Coral. J-4SJ1.
400 At?jiculture
413 Fertiliser
Agd manure, finest quality, as
always w del. any amount
anywhere. Pb. 1-033L
'CHICKEN or cow fertilizer aack
sue. track soaa iu. r-i. e-ann
9" Blueberry pies, f r o s n
cream pies. Frocen tuna, reef
A chick sa pie, 12.36 Oo.
Ptiza pie 39c.. (rojan fruit
ple, SLIO a do. Ph. 3-7372.
Deat let your billa get you ta
trouble. If you re behind as
payments, wa can help ywa.
No security or eo-elgaera
needed Oae place ta pay all
bills. Pay ealy what you can
afford I (Bonded and licensed
for your protection!)
Dial Salem 1-144 tor Informa
s. commercial, a-zies. s-xcao
PSYCHIC Reader advice en all
affair. 435 Portland Rd. at
Albany cutoff. Ph.
SPIRIT Communication Reading
HEAi.iNli. By appointment
eve. sine. '
Too Late to Classify
LOST billfold and bank book.
Call a-3537.
PHONE 3-4171, ExL 40
CLtJfsToBv. in town, lift
Ford conv. only 1.00 miles. In
storage since April. All extras
Terms. Ph. 3-47(12. Orvals.
'39 FORD 2 dr. sedan 850. 2310
So. Commercial.
"rbRD-V-S Custom rleaa.
SI 395. Bank terms. Will accept
trade. M. W. Bradley, Dir. in
Auiutvtlle. Ph. 1-714
400 Agriculture
402 Livestock for Sola
COOD 4'i gal. heavy Springer
Durham, l beer milk heavy
Springer Red Pole. 1 dandy
Hereford, freshen November.
All young, bred te reg. Here
ford. Cleorge Adams. Rt. I,
Box 294-A'. SuVerton. Ph. 3-4724
Ph. 4-9176.
SALKM Saeat Cos, locker heef
Custom killing, cutting sad
wrapping, trailer loaned free.
403 Uvesteck Weatea
CATTLR horses, at your (arm.
a C McCaadllan. Bt 3. 3-41 a
CATTLE buyer. A. F. Senmsr,
11 Harmony Dr. Ph. a-aari.
TOP cash price at your place.
Ray Corel Ph. 4-3 16S Collect
LIVESTOCK buyer. Claude Sd
warda. Rt A Boa SMB. 4-1113
CATTLE buyers 4JS7 State. A
Us. Snethoa. 3-1344, S-43
404 Poultry awel Rabbits
CROSS ped. rabbits. 4 doe with
litters A 1 buck, J large
hutches Ph. I-0DS7.
Ph. 4-1090
FOR SALE or trade. Country
grocery store. Write Box 312.
SMALL cafe for sale or trade.
Yean handle, ph. 4-730.
4-BDRM. hse. near Meier A
Frank. Full bunt, may sub
let, sleeping rm. Ph. 2-IM3
or 4-1044.
2-BDRM. house newly decor
ated. 2380 Shelton. Inquire
2210 Stale St.
MOD. 3 rm. furn. apt. radiant
heat, bus by door. 193 BeUe
vue. Ph. 4-3714.
J-RM. furn. court apt., near
Memorial boap. S3. Ph. S-W17.
CUSTOM telling S4".
Ph. 3-3S37.
RING 4-SOS1 tor pruning trees,
shrub, at rcmOTtng trees.
ELDERLY snsn desires work as
custodian, watchman, care
taker, or Janitor. Writ Box
313, Statesmsn-Joumal.
MAN capable of managing large
Seed business. Must furnish
ref. Ph. Stayton 44S4 days, 7544
eves, for sppointment.
Free service to wear-ever water
less utensil users. Handles
knobs, etc. CaJl 3-3884 or
write 1130 Allen CourL
COMPLETE KreskT F A. oil wall
furnace. 1 r. old. Reasonable
Ph. 3-580
17" Motnroia'TV. 342 50.
Ph. 3-5625
LIKE new mab din. rm. table.
extends to an", plus 4 rnairs.
HW Bradley rurnimre. 1978 N.
Potatoes 12 per sack at
1534 Park St
PEACHF-S and pears . Ped's
Produce 3230 rortland H(3 .
Ph. 4-4078.
FRFJ! to good home i cats, af
fectionate peU.Ph. 4-2S.
Black Collie pupa, 10.
Ph. 3-5623
RED hens tlJS,
Call 4-S03S.
Is roosters.
300 Peronal
310 Meeting Notice
RAHA'I world faith Information.
writ Statesman-jm i, box no
312 Lest end Found
SABLE A white male Collie In
vicinitv of 15lh bt. Junction.
Ph. 2-393S.
LOST Man's Bulova watch.
chrome band, rew. x-obh or
LOST: Baby stroller, vie. 100
block on K. Com-1. rtewara.
Ph. 1-S392.
LOST: green parakeet in vie of
Oak Ac 5. .iocrty. in.
LOST: Small brown cocker vi
cinity of 18th St. rair en
trance. Answers to "Taffy."
Ph. SI 734. Reward.
314 Transportation
SHARE expense trip to 8. Calif.
If Interested, ph. J-33B. Leave
name, address A ph. no.
100 Disploy Classified
Look At Wards
Fully Guaranteed
l. fii is nisi r III ll 11
Montjrbinery Ward
m M . LiborV . Va. Mil
LAYING hens. Hens di eased. 11
a ncad. P.4-SUS.
BABY Chicks for' meal or eggs.
Send foe free lolder. Wilson's
Hatchery, l.vona. Ore. PH.
VLrick S-2533.
BABY Chirks hatched yr. rouaMV
Valley farm Store. 4-44C4.
Of poultry We buy rabbrta.
Wing's, 394 Slate.
4-31 A
408 Pen
REG. Toy Colli 14" Shetland
sheep dug male puppy mua
old beautiful heavy sable coat
with black A white trim. Shota
completed, $33. Call Albany,
WA 11772.
MALE kittea te give away. Pa.
FOUND: Brtndl kitten on Post
Office steps. Ph. 1-SOS.
RCC S dks. ekL Labrador Re
triever. S3. Ph. 1S after 8
FOR SALE: Pekingese pupa,
1380 Claude. Ph. 3-3598.
SIAMESE kittea lor saw. also
reg. Seal pout Stud aarrtce
Ph. 4-783.
TINY toy puppies, terrier and
rninuanua. r-n. s-epox.
Reg. A purebred puppies. Cash
paid. "Puppvland," Oswego,
Ore Neptune S-21'24
"KKITH'S'Pl'PPY' farm
54fi0 Center Ph 3-798
Puppirs all kinds. Buy A sell.
Afternoon At eves.
PA RAKF.F.TS& tropical fish;
Bird Paradise, ph. 3.1843.
yol'NU paraaeets. rages, feeds
Mickey a. 3825 A Com. S-2733
410 Seeds and Plants
EVERGREEN Aialias. 3 11 00.
Merrills Greenhouse. Brooks.
PERENNIALS A rorkplants.
Fall astnrs. tall A dwarf.
Burnett Gardens, Rt. 4. Box
3A Ph. 4-24S1. Closed Sun.
412 Fruit i Farm Produce
U PICK cucumber 1 bu. Pb.
CANNING corn A tomatoes, cu
cumbers, squssh A melons.
Roy South McCarthy, Ranch.
S. River Rd.
NOW taking orders for canning
tomatoes at the L. S. Croaa
patchPh. 2-5683 rl;m;
GOOD clover hay, never been
rained on. 4845 N. Lancaster
Dr. Ph. 4-1973.
MRS. CERNIK, Ph. 4-2481
GOOD tomatoes. Diertrich Farm.
220 W. Che maw a. 1 mi.
straight west of Keller school.
Ph. 1-8104.
Improved Elbertas. 10'i miles
North of Salem on Wheatland
Ferry Rd. in Mission Bottom.
U-PICK tomatoes, SI bu 415
Cummlngs Lena. Ph. 4-237.
U PICK tomatoes 31, apple box.
tiring poxes. . n. luniiMuu
Farm, Grand Island.
U-PICK blackberriea. Sc. lb.
ooau macieay na. i-n. e-ssweu
DEANJOU pears 11 per bu.
sou pica. J'' nee, viiiiia
Rd. Ph. 4-3071 No Sunday
cans, pwase
ELBERTA peaches Mulr. Rnrt-
ln ueaver, up oien i-resia jsu.
Ph. 4-7772.
ii.Dirv or a Nt
J47B River Bend Rd. Wlllard
Bacheller. Ph. I-J4.
IT-Pick 11.00 Bu.
picked 31.75 bu.. go ut
rtiver no. to nooena oiwi
4 mi. on first road to your
right. Ph. 1-2047. oien J. cox.
RED crab apples. Soc. per txick
t, canning prunes, fs w.
S75 Lardon Lane. Ph. -837.
FOR SALE: Date prunes, noii
acid, organic grown. 12 50 bu.
Ph. 4-1023. Louis rieltnikl, 2',
ml. E. of Totem Pole.
Paul Tewnsend, 11 mile No. of
Salem on wneatiana na. in
Mission Bottum. Briag con-lalnera,
Improved FJbertag A J. H. Hale.
Green Appi aaarxew sous
roruana na.
PASTEURIZED whole milk. 75c
gsL nomogemxeo, tso, s
tor 40. Clsery Dairy 1-3038.
CUCUMBERS; All kinds. Ph.
4-S2S3. 47U n. Lancaster. .
Aim Petitcs. Ph. M10I
PETlTE prune now ready. S74S
rs. Kiver na. rn. -iuu.
PRUNES, blackberries, corn;
Kited U-pIrk place. Ph. S SS1S.
GOLDEN Bantam eorsv. SI par
eck. Apprcx. I doc. esrs per
sack. No Sun, Sales, 4815
- eVer7ie JUS,
POULTRY tertilirer. sack, trail
er load or trtsrk. V-kauL Lee'i
Hatchery, ph. 4-2813.
PETE Moa (roan hatk tray a, 73
sack. Valley farm Store.
BARNYARD totted fertiliser. S3
per ton, minimum 3-ton load
Ph. 413J Independence.
414 Fares IgMtpsweae
SELL. Trad. Rolotiller with
reverse, S3u. Ph. 4-eoeT.
450 Meixhanilbes
4S1 HoutehaUl OosmIs
ANTIQUR tkre pier Bedroom
art. solid walnut, marble too,
dated laM, price 124. Stayton
Hardware A Funutur Co.
PbasM 3374 Staytoa. Oregon.
S1MMOKS Bella way Beds 12 SS,
alattresa to Male li-ati. un
Waoary IMS H. Summer.
ICE CREAK table: antique wa!
ke4 aprags A anart : hheltsein
tea set: Mah. coffee table:
rowing marh, dishes. glaus
ar. etraiai S. High.
N F W Bed room Suites 88 IW te
4J00. Terms-Trades. No Lower
Prices Than at Glen Wooclry s
1SOS N. Summer.
SA V E25 New Cribs! tilen
Woodrv. 1803 N. Summer
" " BE THRIF17
Buv Good Used
00 down will buy a complete
housiiuld of furniture includ
ing appliances.
1 pair mahogany stop end
tables $17.50 rair
Reconditioned A guaranteed
ranges A rtfri(eratrs . . .
From $39 95.
7 pieee mahogany D n n o-a n
rtiyfe dining set 40 x to
table extends to ' excellent
eonditioa. ONLY ....$129 53
S drawer chest
4 drawer chest with mirror &
bed $29 30
450 Merchandise
451 Household Goods
Woedry let N. Bwmme
LARGE selection of good used
entsVaor assd party roetN furai.
tur. Used Mdse. Mart, 17 A.
Lateety. Pb. 4-S3T1.
1 PC. wal duauag eel. S pe.
maple dinette set. Gibson
refrig. iboui T cu. ft. Full
sis box A matt. Norge wash
er. AU la good cofKbtien. 1371
Ruge St.. West Salem.
USED chest-of d rawers S5.9A
HOCC BROS 14 State.
CHF.ST A Dresser
Glen Woorlry )M N. Sumnver.
MOVING' Sell furnitur cheap.
Pb. V3273. 131 W. Sdlfter.
FIRR Rereea' Sai Reg 1218
Now SIA'JS. Clen Woodry. 1S0S
N. Summer.
452 Appliances
USED autematic washers. Een
din, Hotpoint. etc.. 175 tn ShS
Installed A guar. I moo. term.
Judson's.' 25S N. Com L
COOLER ATOR double men
electric range. 4 yrs. old, Cost
SK. sell hi $13. Alw Bendi
dryer 4 yrs. . red 1 73. Voea
wrmger aher fre witk iry
er Ph. 3.3ft!.
DUOTberm otl hearer, seats "i
rm.- 2 drusnav l-t. 2 burner
' gas stoves, plates A heaters,
12 50 to 111. 3:iS Porttand Rd.
DKLUXE Kolpnatt range. IJS.
rhmma rune 1 1 set. 1a
Recondlt toned autonaatht wss
ers, dryers, ranges A refrigaw
3.1150 A up.
375 ChemeHeta St
FlUCIDAiKE eiei'."rane. Wcst
Ingiious deluxe I heat dryer.
II. C. Little oil heater. AN good
ound. Pk. 2-6.UI alter 3 p m.
L'SKD Vaabera I5 A ue. yoo
em ApDlianre Center. 1141 So.
CeaVL Ph.J-ISSl.
ton SALE: Phik-o Flelrlg.,
C"ldsxit dsspfreeie. 1 ru
UjSEU Refrig. l35Aup." Medern
Appliance Center, 1141 South
Com L 4-S333.
454 Sewing Mettive
Davenports. FROM $13
We Pay Cash for Good I'sed
Furnitur A AppluUK-es
515 S. COM'L
PH. 4-:19
DAVENO. extra large, blue, with
cover, !2.Ph. a-isio
MEW Floor Lamps 7 S Csen
Woodryl(u5 N. hummer.
USED walnut china cahmet
MOVING Sacrifice Studenfe
desk, chair, I4: floor lamp.
7; bookcase. 112: occ. chaur,
t: TV set 1135; sofs bed. I2
2105 University St.. Ph. 3-747
SAVR 13 ' I Lovely Rtltw-ell
Mocker-. Our Price 3118. Gaen
Wondry 1803 N. Summer.
USED daveno ft matching chau
DHL. coll spring Hollywood
frame. Ph. 4-7242
i,0W CHAIRS. All Kinds. Chen
Wondry lw)5 N. Summer.
AR.MLiS daveno ONLY 124 3.
HOGG BROS 248 State
t'SKD 1 set. 4 dining chairs.
VMi. HOGG BROS 245 Mate
lem s Ver' Best New ft IJaed
Furniture Bargains. Save on
Biltwell, Sm-.nnms - F.nglander
virule tr. Terms, rradee.
Glen Woodry 13 N Sumjier
L'SKD dining table A I chairs
131. H(XiGBRO.SI State.
ARMLESS Davenn only 128 73
Glen Woodry lfklS N. Summer.
LAHGF. oil circ. heater to sell
or trade for smaller one. l"S
S. Com'l.
USFD walnut buffet IIS SO
HOtiO DHUS 344 Slate
USFD 2 barrel style rhaire.
DINING Set, 8 pc. good condi
tion. Ph. 2-74Btl
JUST Rev d - 4 large housefulla
good used furniture ft Anna.
Save plenty! ( Glen Woodry's
ISIS N. Summer.
Unfinished furniture WHOt.r.-
SALE PRICKS. I'sed Mdse.
Mart. 270 S Lilierty. I'h. 4 4171
Tweed davenport A chair with
foam rubber cushions. Pay
only balanre due.
$129 62
Reconditioned used. 1 complete
rooms of furniture living
room, bedroom, dinette.
Daveno, sots by. day. bed by
nlte. Pay onh 15 per mo.
Closing Out For $59
1 complete rooms all new fur
niture, jiving room, bedroom,
dinette. Start living fnr only:
Slightly soiled box spring A
mattress. Keg. IMS
Buv Set For $39
, Factory Outlet
713 Ertgcwatrr St., West Salem
HARDWOOD crib - mattrees.
11.71. Woodry laoS N. Summer
USED davenport A chair I5I.S3.
HOOG BROS 24B Slate.
UNFINISHED furniture, tic L.
Stiff Furniture. 17S N. High
DELUXE play pen 12.50. Glen
woodry loos N. summer.
Electrolux 121 SS, Hoover Si OR.
Kirny Slum, Lewyt lit 50.
Msny others, all makes.
Compact Vsruum Cleaner
1321 N. Capitol. Ph. 3-7W7.
MAPLE cricket stool 1.14 Glen
Woodry lw''f; bummer.
USED, kMe-.bed witk mattreea
S4a HtXKi MHOS 348 stale
FOAM rubber mattress A Bn
Hprlng ael-ni grsoe our price)
M.5I. u sav 30.001 I Glen
Woodry 103 N. Summer
USED beauty rest mattress A
rxix spring art, . nuuu
BROS 34S State.
FREeSeH SPECIAL. Nationally
known brand ft. nut. to.
HEIDER'S, 3S1 N. High.
sofa 30.10 Ref, I4R 50 Pleach
bedroom suite .M. Dexter
Double tub washer like new,
MM. d far better at Clan
Woodry 11 N. Summer,
Terms trades.
DINING rm. suite, Hv. rm.
suite, ether furnitur. rn.
I-7S1S or 4-244.
fABLF. Lamp gal IDS. Value'
to lo ng onop uiaa n weary
UOt M. ummsf.
$150 QualityWalnut Con
sol Round Bookie Sewiaf
ONLY $78.88
Liberal Trade-in Allowance for
Your Old Nfacmne
or Phone for free home demon
stration. Montgomery Ward
l.W N I iberty Pn. 3-31S1
Beautiful Necchl stg - rag desk
Bxioel. Left on our baaoa wub
enlr Ilia balance Take ever
contract for 1 45 per wk. Ph.
Beautifullv rebuilt Singer Prt
able, guaranteed 5 rs Full
.r;. . tin Ml. 1123 per t Pk.
Repossessed Singer Console. All
new features Mick as a binged
pressure foot, forward A re
verse strtrk. auto, patrher A
tN4iiua winder, etc. Ralane
f Ml 3. assume coetra- t for
II 1 wk. Ph. 4711.
45o T.V. 4 Rattio
TERRIFTC Value! ' M" Motr
ola TV Console, like new. me.
mast, antenna, all channel, la
125H0 buvt Terms, trades.
Glea Woodry ! N. isurnmer.
RCA record plaver A attach
ments. Heg. 114 90. Now I7SS.
HMUF.R S. 1J N Hin
SI porUblr IV. ai'iatA
IIIUDLB S, 363 N Hih
7KNITII a!l"spdcmlMnatinn
radio A- poonorraph. 15 SO,
1IE1DER S. 0 N. Hlgh.
1S3 U" GE TV, consnJe. net
feet cond. S155. Pn. 1-7475
RCA T V. Reg. 137 S3 poesT
sed. Halatue due 114
G F. Portable TV set. Like new
I12SS3. L'sed kldse Start. V9
S Liberty. Ph.4 a7L
21" ConsuleT.vr$rob
960 N. 20th 4-4808
PHILCO: Reautifnl mahoranr
console AM-FM short wave,
3 speed phono 119.50
HEtDER S, 33 N, High.
458 Musical Instruments
PIANO D.ttet ! Plain Caea I
Fsney Case 49 59 Walnut Csse
SJ Oii, Walnut Bungalow Inn no
Iss than wholesale. Glen
V.nodry 180J N Summer
SOURECORDS 71 at 11c. 10
records 45 at 19c. Glen Woodry
115 N. Summer.
PlANOi Lester upright, good
cond. 175. I'Bh 3-3371.
WF. pay top cash prte for
pianos. Vsed Mdse. Mart 170
S Liberty. Ph 4371
Ph. 4-075S.
Silvertone. ISO.
ACCORDION or piano lessons.
Free use of an accordlosi, ad
vanced or beginners welcome.
All tvpvs of music taught.
Muane Hunsaker. 143 Court
St. Ph. 2 3253.
USED Spinet pianos. 2 good
ones. Rent or huv at blf rat
ings. Stone Plane Co. l?SO
GRAND piano worth 11900.
CI.ARINF.f 150 rash or trad
lor fleer rule or tuning tacaw.
I'h. 3Q237.
Spinets A larger models. Some
like new. Terms. Stone Piano
Co. 120 Slale:
SPINET piano like new S4SA
HEIDER'S. 383 N. High.
EOR SALE mahogany Upright
piano S-iS. Ph. 2-1 Ml.
LARGE Wurlltrer mahg. spinel,
4 yrs. old. 1493 Ph. 3-7443.
STORY A Clark spinel plane)
1430. Syr oid.130N. J4lh.
PIANOS reco'nditkinerl. SM and
up, term. Dodg Plkno Serv
ice. Ph. 4-lSSS.
ments ranted while yeu learn,
alem-'sr largest Musi RehneiL
ta th Capitol Shopping Center
Pk. 1-I7M
Honkey Tonk Piano
Cay A garlsti, spinet style. Plsri
nod. too. A bargain. Rton
Plane Co., 129 Stats.
A New Rsltlwln Acrooons
Aitsrips's Most Wanted
Small Piaa,
Plus rREE Lessoos
Ph. 4-1252 113 Court St'
441 Wanrati Htril Cexxis
La 1 " "is
JTsUay rwa. Ca b-hh
bander. v