August 81, 1954 I ?—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE The MILL CITY ENTERPRISE MILL CITY, OREGON __________ DON PETERSON. Publisher Entered an aecond-claan matter November 10. IS44 at the poet office at Mill City, Oregon, under th** A< t of March 3, 187# < I \ "II II 1» %l>% KKTINI *<*: The EnterpriMC will not be re*ponnlble for more than one Incorrect in- ... . < . . b* — .„..»„a i m m ia » Display ■ertion Error« in advertising should report**ji lately. Advertising 45c column inch Political Advertising _ 75c inch. NiWIPAPd k PUBLIIHIIt ^ASSOCIATION "THE PAPER THAT HAS NO ENEMIES HAS NO FRIENDS. -George Putnam 1 f Inspired—on<f Inspiring, blest with vision—abiding faith, faith In the development of this canyon'« resources—u«»l above all faith in the people who live In the canyon and who are coming in. Ever heard him Hell? Watch him? It’s Mimp’n! It'» different, some how. Should have been twin». Santiam Sam—your creed In our creed—and we're with you all the way. Your acknowledgment of Him from whom all MeHsIngs flow in com mercial advertising »et» a pace here In the canyon. You have that »park—very definitely—that kindles enthusiasm and crystallzes determination—maybe that's why they call you ‘Santiam Sam' —Steffy carry that torch. If You Want Freedom Register and Vote! Newspapers, magazines. Individuals, companies, corporations and oth ers, have for months urged every citizen to get out and vote in the primaries and help choose ciuididato» who believe In American ideals of government. This Is a crucial election year. All 435 seats in the House of Rep resentatives and 1-3 of the Senate (32 Mats) are to be flUed. Governors and other stat,' and county officials will be elected. Primary elections will soon be over. But If you failed to vote In the primaries to choose a candidate don’t be so negligent at the coming elections. Why kick about high taxes and kick about more and more restrictions If we do not vote? The only place we can do anything about Infringe- men fa on our liberties and opportunities is at the polls. No man or woman Is to busy to vote, Most voting places are open 12 hours. You are not too busy earning a living to vote because nothing else you can do is more Important than choosing the public servants who are serving you. Don t think you are not Interested In politics, because If you are not, professional shysters will literally take the shirt off your back. Don’t make the excuse that you are not acquainted with the candidate»—you can find out about them and their past records, and remember, you are the one who pays them, and you will only get as good service as you demand. The great majority of people in the United States want public hous ing, social welfare, farm subsidies, public power, federal health Insurance, government money loaning, government money to |»ut>li<- agencies and other projects, which will Improve our American Way of living In such a way that everyone may have and enjoy the modern convenience« of everyday living. It Is such great projects as the Tennessee Valley Authority that ha« pulled those commtinii ie« out of the mire of local corruption that will oon- finite to make the United States the best ¡»lace on earth to live. The Tennessee Valley is today one of the most prosperous sections LAST DAYS Coleman Offer Ends Saturday Come This Week! BROADWAY AND MAIN STREET 1 e All This Ex-Boxer Wants Now Little Ronnie Knowles is a lone- ■ might as easily pick up and star*, some, broken-hearted fellow these eating on a piece of poisoned candy days His pal and friend "Pudgie” or meat. And yes, we also have the thought died last Monday afternoon a hor rible and terrifying death by strych less dog owner who allows his dog to ---------------------------------- By BILLY ROSE---------------------------------- run and hunt his own food, and thus nine poisoning become a tramp and a nuisance to One of the more off-colorful characters around Broadway these "Pudgie" was a friendly little the neighborhood — they are as dis days is Kid Herman, ex-great of the prize ring, who runs the news stand on the southwest corner of 42nd street and Times Square. cocker spaniel. tasteful to the neighborhood as the Ronnie and “Pudgie” used to play dog poisoner. The Kid, according to the record books, lost only once in 140 pro and run together and seldom if ever fessional bouts and was one of the few men to beat Benny Leonard. Can’t we all go to the offender's What’s more, he is reputed to have been as scrappy outside the ring did they venture from their yard in home and attempt to be good Amer Swift's addition. They can't play ican citizens by talking over our as n during his black-and-blue period. Today, a muscle-bound 55. he likes to think of himself as "a stick of together anymore. problems concerning the “offending’' sugar-coated Gandhi." "Me and the world has seen too much fightin',” Ronnie loved his little playmate as dog and it that is of no avail then be told me the other night. “AU I want now is peace and a little pinochle ” only a child can love. Today the go to the county authorities to set While we were talking, as if on little fellow doesn’t understand why tle our problems. cue. a man rushing for the subway he can’t play with his dog tattle thing! fair and iquare th Let’s not penalize some youngster bumped into the ex-pug. "Pudgie” doesn't answer when by tearing his heart out when he the time I wat 10, I minta "Sorry, Mister," apologized Her Ronnie calls—you see Ronnie is only sees his little pal dying before his bugged it out with every punk man. “If I'd known you was corn two years old. He doesn't know that eyes, helpless to comfort him. Isn’t in the neighborhood — all ex in' 1'da baked a there are people in this world who that a terrible thing to do to any cept Patty. cake.” "Then a few years ago. after we are so selfish that they would destroy little boy or girl ? Would you ask a The man's glare both set up stands on Times Square, a little boy’s pet so that they may child to watch such a spectacle ? relaxed into a some bad blood comes up between enjoy the peace and quiet of the grin. me and Patsy for the first time neighborhood without a little dog’s “I coulda flatten The way it happens, one day I friendly barking or possibly some in ed him with order two bundles of papers in- nocent trip across someone's lawn by p u n c h," said stead of one, and when the truck the playful dog of a neighborhood Kid “but w h delivers them they forget to drop boy. would it prove? off the regular one for Patsv So Yes, there are people like that Ron never c o n v i n naturally he thinks one of my two nie, we have them in every neighbor anybody by hittin* i bundles is for him, but when he hood and city—people who thought him It's better to Billy Rose comes over to get it I tell him it's lessly spread poison around so that go along with peo ' mine Weil, one word leads to ple F’rinstance, take the gink who other, so finally I says, ‘Under an a dog may die in agony. They don’t the runs the newsstand across the way arch.’ realize that perhaps some youngster — Patsy White. Used to be a great “ ‘That’s fer me.’ says Patsy, so f ghter. Had a string of 14 straight I we pile in a cab and drive d:wn- 5 knockouts till he met up with me town. DR. MARK I knocked him down 15 times in 10 • • • rounds, but the first time Patsy lAHHIIKIMA “MY WIND AIN'T what it used heard me tellin' about it, he said it to be, but I musta knocked him was only 14 times. So the next down half a dozen times before it REGISTERED OPTOMETRIST time I tell it, just to make him feel hits me how crazy it is for a g<jod, 1 said it was 14 times, but couple of near grandfathers to be Patsy says, ‘Who you kiddin’? It beatin’ each other's brains out. So Wlll be at his Mill City office In the Jenkins Building was 13.’ Well, every time he hears I drop my hands and say, ‘I just Thursday afternoons 1 to 6 p.m. me tellin’ it he slices off another remembered somethin’. I meant Also Thursday evenings by Appointment. knockdown, so finally I says to to order two bundles but forgot to him, ’Okay, let’s leave it this way do it, so you was right the whole HOME OFFICE: SIS W. FIRST, ALBANY Ì Mosta the time you was fightin’ me time. Let me buy ya a steak and from a horizontal position.* ” make it up to ya.’ • • • “ ‘Lucky ya remembered,' Patsy JUST THEN, as if he knew we said, ‘because I was just gettin' were talking about him, Patsy warmed up. I’ll buy the beers.’ ’’ ♦ waved from across the street and As I was about to go, Patsy yelled, "How’s it goin’, Kid?" White came across the street and "Come on over an’ get yer name the Kid introduced us. in the papers," Herman yelled "I wai just tailin' my friend" back at him. be taid, "bow we go under the "In a minute,” said Patsy. “Un- arch and I knock you doun tix der the arch!” timet." LOTS, and HOMES FOR SALE “What does he mean. under the "You remember wrong. laid arch?" I asked. IF YOU’RE A G.L, SEE Patty. "It wat only five.' Is Peace and a Bit of Pinochle Thomas Housing Project ue got." "Ifl a private laid the Kid. u e were ktdt we lived near the Brooklyn Bridge, end when we didn't want Io do our fightin' where the copi could tee eu, we uted Io lay, 'Merle ba under the arch: and then go under the bridge and ”1 meant Herman. five," apologized “See what 1 mean?’’ he said after Patsy had gone back to his stand. “Next time it'll be four And after that, three, But what’s the dif? It makes him feel good and it’s no skin off my nose." of our country. Small and large business alike has benefitted by the far sightedness of this great venture. When we send more congressmen and senators to Washington who will serve their state and country by working for projects that wUl benefit all and strengthen their country then we will not have wasted our votes this fall. REGISTER AND VOTE this fall so that your vote can be counted on the side of freedom for all! If you fall to register and vote this fall you only allow those who are now exploiting you, the freedom to continue In the future as they have in the past. Don’t say you are not interested in voting unless you are not inter ested in remaining a free citizen! G. E. THOMAS, Mill City t ft Myron’s Packaged Meats FRESH DAILY — VERY REASONABLE PRICES Kellom’s Grocery MILL CITY OPEN WEEK DAYS 8 AM. to 7 P.M SUNDAYS and HOLIDAYS 9 A M. to 4 P.M. y k : July Traffic Deaths Establish Grim Mark Oregon's mid-August traffic death toll has surpassed the number record ed at the same time last month. Sec retary of State Earl T. Newbry rep orted last week. July deaths reached 53 at the latest count, heaviest loss for that month in the state’s history. August acci dents thus far have claimed 18 ll^s as against 10 in mid-July. 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