The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 11, 1966 · Page 17
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22 &un Friday, March II, 1966 - Shade, Fruits, Flowers Trees, Shrubs Give Much Different trees and shrubs have different purposes, and the homeowner always should take this Into consideration when purchasing them. The principal reasons for planting trees are for beauty and function. Trees for shade include the maples, oaks, liquldamber, pecan, plane trees and hundreds of others. Trees for flowers include the crabapple. camellia, cherries, magnolias, albizzia, catnlpa. Trees for windbreaks and green color in winter are the coniferous evergreens, such ns pines, spruces, hemlocks, arbor vltae. Trees with Interesting barks are the beeches, birches, walnuts, mandrone. Trees for edible fruits nnd nuts also provide attractive flowers (and sometimes shade) — <i|>pies, cherries, poars, plums, cit- rous, pecans, walnuts, to name only a few. Trees for ornamental fruits are winterberry, mountain, ashes, hawthrone, hollies and others. Shrubs for flowers are numerous — roses, azaleas, rhododen- drons, hydrangeas, stewartln, hibiscus, oleanders, forsythlas, spt- reas, many more. Almost any shrub can be used for hedges. Selected should be those which reach the height the homeowner wishes when the shrubs are mature, A hedge cnn be anywhere from a foot of two, up to 20 feet high or more, depending on the species and whether one wishes flowers, screening, evergreen or other characteristics. Plants which never grow high enough to block views from first floor windows should be planted n round the foundations of the home. The darkest green of all shrubs is tn.xus, or yew, which gives excellent winter color, us do jun- I*r and arbor vitae. Ketnlns Flavor of PoM The flavor of the past has been captured in the art colony of Carmel, Calif., which has banished street lights, neon signs, billboards, bowling alleys, trailer camps, mortuaries, used-car lots and rnnll deliveries. inside story on the NEW LOOK in home laundering! © 1966 Automatic Washer Smarter styling and simpler controls...plus more clothes- conscious features... put this washer way ahead, Dependable — it's from the finest name in washers —Hamilton. Keeps THE NEW LOOK in clothes automatically! 3 5 triple five rtnfum Klg 14 found Capacity cult down on loadi In family wain. Great for mall loodi, too. Conitant 3-Woy Ftl- torlng of born woiH Oftd rinit woJir . . . plut fiv« rintti. Solf-Jlofefllling tat. pomlon Syitom com. paniolti for unlialaiuad toadi to •HMiflQlo lloppagtl, WASHER fEATURES • Special Recirculallon insures proper water level always. • Durable Porcelain Basket is kind to clothes...will not rust, scratch or chip. • Safety Spin-Stop Switch. Automatically protects homemakof or children if lid is raised. • Full Vt Horsepower Motor. Handles family-size loads with ease. ONLY 10" Per Month UWfenfcM MAIN and TIXAS PHONIt C83-1341 'PETTICOAT REIGN 1 SEEMS NATURAL TO THE DUTCH AMSTERDAM, Netherlands (AP) - When the Dutch think of monarchs they talk of queeas. It comes naturally after 76 yeurs of "petticoat reigns." "She reminds me of her grandmother," said the old Dutchman In talking about Crown Princess Beatrix and her marriage Thursday to a former German diplomat, Glaus von Amsberg. Beatrix is in line to inherit the throne in a series of queensliips that began with Queen Emma's regency for Wllholminn In 1890. Grandmother Wilhclrninn WHS described by Winston Churchill (luring World War II as the only "man" Jo the Dutch government In exile In London. This praise came when she fired wavering Premier Jan do Goer In the fight against the Nazis. On another occasion Churchill called the stout-hearted queen the bravest king in exile. The royal Dutch matriarchy has served as a symbol of unity to an Individualistic, independ- ent-mindcd people sharply divided over the centuries into many political and religious denominations. The Dutch queons -- and Crown Princess Beatrix — have shown a determination along with womanly wile In getting their own wny with Parliaments dominated by men. Wllhelmlna, on ascending to the throne In 1898, said she was "ready to accept the splendid but weighty task," Her engagement two years later to Duke Henry of Mecklenberg-Schwerin raised concern among the Dutch people mis- She won them over, trustful of foreign influences. Wllhelmlnn reigned 50 yours before abdicating in favor of her daughter, Juliana, and withdrawing entirely from public life. She devoted herself to the study of religious subjects and writing «n autobiography — "Lonely But Not Alone." She died in November 19G2. Juliana did away with some Clements of the old-fashioned court formalities that still remained. She went to live in a palace In the country, at Soest- rlijk, when; Informal life was possible. She does not like to see even the slightest bending of knee by persons being presented. From her devout Orthodox Protestant mother, amiable Juliana got her mysticism which landed the Dutch royal family In a crisis in the summer of 1956, She clung to a soothsayer, against the advice of the government, In her motherly hope to restore oycsifiht to her youngest daughter Christina, nearly blind in one eye. Christina, now 19, has overcome this handicap somewhat and will be a bridesmaid at sister Beatrix's wedding. Another crisis arose in June lilG'l when daughter Irene defied government and family to become a Roman Catholic and married Prince Carlos of Bourbon Parma, a pretender to the Spanish throne. Irene, 27, lives In virtual exile but enjoys her mother's embrace on private visits back to her homeland. The ujwoar over Crown Prln- rlage to Von Amsberg, who had schoolboy links with the Nazi regime, brought Jullnmi to her side as queen and mother . "This is the choice of her heart and from a human view we believe it is an excellent one," Juliana told those who Helpful Hints Color, colleges and co-eds arc a natural trio. This year you may find college co-eds shopping In the "bright sales" to decorate the dorm. Particularly popular this year iirc the now plaids appearing from several leading sheet irmnufacUit'crs. (Note: Even the most, riotous color combination come quietly through tht! wash — if they're color-fast.) raised doubts about a German being at the right hand of their future queen. And Juliana quieted the protests by promising she has no intention of abdicating — though this report had circulated since Beatrix became of ngc, She Is 29, Von Amsberg 38. Before World War II, Holland was probably the most pro-Gorman country In Europe. The Nazi occupation changed tills, A German princess ,however, molded the royal matriarchy. She was Queen Ernrnn, widow of King William III, the last Dutch king. Emma served us rei'on* f'-oni >ii- r|n;>'i. | n until their daughter Wllhelmlna took the throne, "Wllhclmina's husband was ft Gorman, Juliana's h u s b a n d, Prince Bcrnhtird, is from German nobility and popular among the Dutch. Juliana gels nn annual stnte income of $975,000 plug $140,000 for maintaining a dozen or so pa In ccs. The House of Orange is rated one of the wealthiest of the royal families, Juliana Is worth about $70 million, according to estimates, and owns, among other things, part of Wall Street. PLENTY OV LIGHT AND A PICTUUE-WINDOW VIEW for this room include yvnr-roiind comfort, too. Window* nru slock uiiils of poiideroHM pine willi fiit'.tory-iiiNlullcd WRjittiKrHtrlppiiig and inmi- idling K!««K. To vr^'ile IMC room, eiic ownerx broke through (In: will! scpurHling living room und piilio, nnd enclosed the piitio with sliding wood windows. CAR GOT THE SHAKES ? FIX IT UP THIS WEEK AT GOODYEAR FRONT END ALIGNMENT JUST U.S. CAR Pieaae bring (hit card. (1) We'll clean and repack front wheel bearings. (2) Realign front end to manufacturer's specifications by correcting camber, caster, toe-in or toe-out (chief causes of fast tire wear). (3) Make a bumper-to-bumper safetyvcheck and apply "Free" Safety-Checked Sticker. Tighten up your car-end front end shimmy and shake-up. Take Your Car Wh»r» ihm Expert* Art HERE'S WHAT WE DO: • Adjust Brakes—all 4 Wheels • Add H.D. Fluid If needed • Clean, Inspect, and Repack Front Wheel Bearings • Inspect Linings, Drums, and Grease Retainers • Inspect Complete Hydraulic System Plus Free Safety Check! $ ANT u.t. CM Pirli extra If needed GO GOOD/VEAR SERVICE STORE 806 West Texas 583-7416

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