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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (March 2, 1950)
SLIDE Bl iX'KS ROAD
S— THE MILL C ITY ENTERPRISE
March ’, 1950
A road block, caused by a slide
near the Tumble creek
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I much it will benefit you and me as
reported to the Mongold fire station
| well as the children.”
that such a plan to hold the timber
at 8 pm. Thursday. A clearing
Frank A. Doerfler, Salem, member for local processing is designed pri
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Adjutant Dr. D. Ferguson stlted
David C. Shaw, attorney practicing crew was put on the job and it was of the house of representatives in the marily for the people. Mill or man-
In foreign policy, Patton urged the that so far as can be ascertained,
at Gold Beach and Eugene, today open to one-way traffic by 10 p.m. 1947 and 1949 Oregon legislatures, ufacturing interests will not and can- United States to think in terms of
this is the first time an active pro
announced his candidacy for congress
At 2:20 a.m. Saturday a wash-out Wednesday filled for the Republican not have any control in the matter, an expanding economy, and not in
gram of this type has been initiated
In the fourth Oregon district.
He caused by the heavy rains was re-
i Officials stated “it must be backed terms of scarcity, as a means of and actively sponsored on a state
Will seek the democratic nomination ported near the Detroit dam site,
j J by the people if it is to succeed ”
supplying the needs of people and dis. wide level by any department.
holding the traffic to one-way.
posing of the abundance the United
Adjutant Dr. Ferguson further
States is capable of producing.
stated that although the posters are
j the OSS, both in the United States
Such action, which would be a “fi
He told the delegates that if he being obtained at considerable ex
nancial godmother” to the Santiam
i and overseas, Shaw worked with un-
were in Oregon, he would support pense, the local Legion posts have
vicinity, could not be established
I derground groups of seven occupied
expressed a desire and willingness to
overnight. It will require extensive
1 countries in the war against Ger.
"You will go a long way to find furnish them to all interested per
investigation and complete canyon
j many and Japan.
a man as liberal and progressive as sons who will place them on display.
co-operation. Evidence indicated the
In 1947. the young attorney com-
Wayne Morse in Republican Oregon’’
plan could not be inaugurated for at
1 pleted 10 years of service with the
The good driver always exercises
least two years. The fact that tha
NLRB. For the last two years of his
Delegates voted to approve a CVA, due regard for the rights of others
plan was not started earlier has been
service he was assistant director of
reaffirmed their opposition to a sales and applies the simple axioms ot
often regretted by many.
the filed division of the board, having
tax, favored income taxes instead courteous behavior.
' charge of the administration of seven
of real property taxes as a state
Many a tombstone is created by
Forest officials reminded their list base, and more tax aid for public
of the board’s regional offices, includ
chiseling in traffic
eners in Friday’s meeting that they schools.
ing New York, Chicago, Seattle and
were in line for extensive opposition.
Puerto Rico. Prior to this he was
Ronald E. Jones, Brooks, was re-
assistant general counsel.
The fact that outside lumber inter, elected president for his 6th term,
In filing his candidacy, Shaw
ests are now buying and shipping out j. g . Matzke, Aurora, was reelected
of this canyon millions of feet of vice president.
pledged "sincere and energetic sup
lumber will mean they will not give Salem, and Dock Hunt, Boring, were
port for the program of President
Truman and the Democratic party.” nomination as state senator from up this choice revenue without a named to the board of directors.
( fight. The officials continued, how.
“Oregon needs congressmen who Marion county.
Before making his decision to be a , ever, that the local citizens were in
will work with the national admin
istration—not against it—if we are candidate for the state senate this i [ the right and needed only to unite
to oppose Representative Harris Ells to meet our urgent need for electric year, Mr. Doerfler talked to numer. i to see the plan through.
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and | Such a move was started nearly
power, equalization of freight rates ous
supporting this program you
Now a partner of Collier H. Buff for farm and forest products, low- workers thus i coming to the conclu- | two years ago in Lakeview and will are supporting a better Oregon
could be of greater
ington in the firm of Buffington and cost housing, schools and jobs," he
a stronger America.
service in the upper
house of Oregon tenth of this month. They have met
Shaw at Gold Beach.
Shaw prac said.
“The child whose spiritual and
with stiff opposition from large firms
ticed law at Eugene and taught at
Shaw specifically declared his sup lawmakers.
moral future is secured will help
the University of Oregon Law School price support program, the Columbia
Mr. Doerfler, one of Oregon’s that have been, like as here, taking secure a better way if life for i all—
after resigning from government port for the administration's farm prominent nurserymen, has long been the payrolls into other communities.
and the child may be your own."
service in 1947. He is the owner of Valley Administration, repeal of the active
in civic, agricultural, and com | The control is working successfully
Commander Armstrong' empha
a small sheep ranch in Curry county. Taft-Hartley act and equalization of munity
affairs. He is a past director in Grays Harbor, Washington.
sized that although the Legion has
While doing intelligence work for railroad freight rates.
< of Marion county war chest, school Funds Will Be Needed
I initiated and sponsored this program,
Because of the enormous task fac all individual citizens and other orga-
------ :--------------------------------- -x boards, and Salem Chamber of Com
merce; past president of Salem Par | ing the working committee, there will ' nizatiens are invited to participate
ent-Teachers association and Garden be a considerable need for funds to in same. He concluded by stating,
club: vice president National Recla carry on the required work. A fund "We invite all good citizens who
mation association for Congressional raising program is expected to be believe in God to support this empha
Factory Prices —
Largì- Selection of
District No. 1; past president of the introduced in the near future.
sis on religion for the benefit of our
100% VIRGIN WOOL WORSTED
Oregon chapter of the National Nurs
children. We will be surprised how
ery association; county chairman ot
Here's a traffic rule to remember: ,
the 1950 Rod Cross drive which began If you run into the rear of anothei
vehicle, you are always at fault. If
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SOCIAL SECURITY REFUNDS
AN ARRAY OU COLORS.
well aware of the fact that serious overcome this difficulty, he pledges
problems which will be faced by the himself if elected to work earnestly
Oregon legislature due to the fact with other members of the legisla-
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