The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998, February 15, 1951, Page 6, Image 6

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February 15,
“Oregons’ organization for revenue administra­
tion is largely de-centralized," the committee re­
ported. “The Tax Commission is the only »late
agency whose primary responsibility is tax ad­
ministration and collection. Important revenue
collections of various types comprise an important
.phase of the activities of a large number of other
state agencies, however.”
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“The large number and variety of revenue pro­
ducing methods, complicated further by problems
of intergovernmental tax relationships, have re­
sulted in a system which few understand and
which makes sound public control of both taxa­
tion and goiernmental spending more difficult to
•chieve and which adds to administrative rost h
and problems.”
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REVENUES
EN TERPRISE
Pictured is the flow of state revenue and expendi­
tures as shown in the report presented to the
Oregon legislature by the Interim committee on
State Government administration. At the top of
the chart are some 10 different state agencies
which collect taxes, licenses or fees. After collec­
tion, revenues flow into the state general fund
or into "earmarked” accounts as shown in the
middle section of the chart. At the bottom, some
80 different state agencies »pend the revenues
through appropriations or authorized budgets,
The relative proportions of money collected and
spent are shown by the different widths of vert­
ical black lines on the chart.
Discussing the practice of earmarking revenues
in the financing of state activities, the committee
indicated that some of this was necessary luch
aS special trust fund: but the general applica-
tion of the practice tended to weaken budgetary
control and to make for a rigidity which hamp­
ered prudent methods for balancing costs in fi­
nancing state government services.
DISPOSITION OF STATE
AND
6 — TH E MILL CITY
Graph Shows Oregon’s
Use of That Tax Dollar
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over, ought to be the soul of this divide one nation from another,
ST. CATHERINE CATHOLIC
order.’
CHURCH, MILL CITY
weapons are deceit, falsehood, ef­
NEW 1951 WILLYS
Mass at 9 a.m. every Sunday.
1 “ 'Indeed all the institutions for frontery. As a matter of fact,’ our
COMMUNITY CHURCH
STATION WAGONS
Confessions heard before Mass.
the establishment of peace, and the present Holy Father has declared, ‘in
Full Gospel Preaching
Services every Wednesday at 7:30
promotion of mutual help among men certain countries an unrestrained
Sunday school 10 a.m.
Pickups, Panels
p.m. during Lent.
•
have the nrincinal 1. foundation
propaganda,
which .li<tnrtinn
does not of
shrink
The Church . recognizes
and j affirms 1
. u'0" of
” from
methodical
the
Morning worship 11 a.m.
Altar Society 3d Wednesday 8 p.m.
ro7 methodical distortion of the
Jeeps
the right of employers and workers their stability in the mutual bond of . ¿ faith,
Evangelistic service 8 p.m.
day by day, and almost hour
Father Carl Mai, Pastor
minds
and
hearts
whereby
the
mem
­
to form industrial associations wheth­
Prayer meeting Tues, at 1:30 p.m.
2 and 4 Wheel Drive
js by hour, represents the opposing na­
er separately or together, and sees in bers are united with one another. 1„
Preaching services Wednesday and
tions to public opinion in a false and
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
Immediate Delivery
them an efficacious means towards it, then, asking too much when we
Friday 8 p.m.
offensive light.’
IOOF Hall
suggest
that
employers
and
employes,
the solution of the social question, ac­
Rev. Wayne W. Watkins, Pastor
ELSNER MOTOR CO.
Sunday 11 a.m.
“ 'Why can we not realize that the
cording to a Pastorial Letter read by when exercising their mutual rights
• • •
Wednesday meeting 4th Wed. 8 p.m.
352 N. High
Salem, Ore.
Father Carl Mai Sunday in St. Cath­ and duties of collective bargaining spirit and progress of our nation—and
• • •
GATES COMMUNITY CHURCH
of
every
nation
—
depend
upon
a
state
should,
as
constituent
parts
of
society,
erine's church in Mill City.
OF CHRIST
DETROIT CHRISTIAN CHURCH
of accord with other nations? Hatred
co-operate for the common good.’
"As the American people gradually
Sunday school at 9:45 a.m.
Sunday school at 10 a.m.
1 “ ‘Each social group has an import­ between nations makes one ready to
I —albeit somewhat haltingly — bring
Preaching at 11 a.m. by Leland
Morning worship 11 a.m.
ant role to play in the transformation see faults where there are only mis­
into conformity with the words and
Keithly,
minister.
takes
or
disorders
which
call
for
treat
­
Christian
Endeavor
6:30
p.m.
that the world is undergoing, and it
For Guaranteed Cleaning
spirit of the Declaration of Indepen­ is only too clear that the working ment rather than for punishment.’
Youth meeting 6:30 each Sunday
Evening
worship
7:30
p.m.
dence their laws on fair employment class, in matters that concern it, is
‘“It is absurd to suppose that one
Walter Smith. Pastor evening.
• • •
it’s the
and civil rights, we must bear in mind called today to assume responsibilities nation can hate another because it
that society cannot be founded upon that it has never known in the past.' sees evil in it. What nation could
FREE METHODIST CHURCH
IDANHA COMMUNITY CHURCH
justice alone.
North Mill City
“Twenty years ago Pope Piux XI presume to consider itself so free
Sunday school 10 a.m.
Sunday school at 9:45 a.m.
“ ‘That which a man desperately warned that peace between peoples from fault, so exempt from mistakes,
Morning service 11 a.m.
Morning worship 11 a m.
craves is something which he has no and states is impossible ‘if, in place that it should not begin by hating
Evening service 7:30 p.m.
24-HOUR SERVICE
claim in justice, This is the gift of of true and genuine love of country, itself? For every nation it is not
Junior
church 11:00 a.m.
Thursday prayer meeting 7:30 p.m.
friendship, kindly indulgence, cheerful there rules and abounds a hard and ¡hatred of others which is appropriate
Evening service 7:30 pjn.
Student
Pastor,
Rodney
Toews
Mill City
service or the outstretched hand. He selfish nationalism, which is the same but rather to repeat: Forgive us our
• • •
Wednesday prayer meeting 7:30 p
looks for an unsolicited smile, and un­ as saying hatred and envy in place I trespasses as we forgive those who
Phone 1906
Rev. L. C. Gould. PastoT
ASSEMBLY
OF
GOD
CHURCH
deserved forgiveness, a non-bargain- of mutual desire for the good, distrust I trespass against us,’ ” concluded the
Sunday
School
10
a.m.
ing loyalty. In a word, he looks for and suspicion in place of the confi­ Pastoral Letter of the Mt. Rev. Arch­
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Morning Worship 11 a.m.
everything that builds the wonderful dence of brothers and competition and bishop Edward D. Howard, D.D., of
Young people’s service at 6:30 p.m.
house of love upon the foundation of struggle in place of willing co-opera- Portland, Oregon.
Evening Service 7:30 p.m.
justice.’
tion,
ambition
for
hegemony
and
Prayer meeting and Bible study,
WE ARE PLEASED
We must make the world honest Thursday at 7:30 p.m.
"The question of social motivation mastery in place of respect and care
TO SERVE YOU!
before we can honestly say to our
is not a mere ornament or side issue. for the rights of all.’
Rev. W. D. Turnbull, Pastor.
“ ‘In international affairs our first children that honesty is the best pol­
• • •
It
permeates
the
very
essence
of
social
We hope you are pleased
icy.
—
Bernard
Shaw.
enemy
is
hate.
His
objective
is
to
' action,” the Pastoral Letter continued.
UD.S.
OF
JESUS
CHRIST CHURCH
with our service.
Detroit
“ 'The institutions of peoples, par­
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Sunday school each Sunday 10 a m
ticularly those of all social life, ought
to lie penetrated with this justice; and
in high school building, Detroit.
’ it is most necessary that it should be
Priesthood meeting 11 a.m.
truly effective, that is, establish ju­
Zealand Fryer, Presiding
ridical and social order which will, as
• • •
Mill City
it were, give form and shape to all
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
• What a comfort it ia, in
economic life. Social charity, more-
The Church Affirms
Right Of Worker
Church Activities
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Kitchen Gets Beauty Treatment
Mom s and Pop s
CAFE
Morning worship 11 a.m.
Music by choir.
Dr. David J. Ferguson. Preaching
Young People at 6:30 p.m., Mr»
Arthur Krelver. leader.
Painting and Papering
•
SPRAY OK BRUSH
GET YOUR FREE ESTIMATE NOW FOR
INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR DECORATINE
Call Bill Obershaw
PHONE .1215
EVENINGS
Box «07. Mill City
See the New
E. L. CHAIN
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FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Services every Lord's day
Sunday school 9:45 p.m.
Morning worship 11 a.m.
Young People's meeting 6:30 p.m.
Evening worship 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday, 7 p.m. Jr. Teen Fellowship
Wed., 7:30 p.m. Bible study hour.
Thursday. 7 p.m. Young People.
Mr. Hugh Jull, Pastor
time of serious illness, to
know that hands—skilled
and experienced in the
task assigned—serve you
with painstaking care.
Your prescription is im­
portant to you— and to us.
Salem
As full of gaps as a mountain range, this kitchen hardly gives the
homemaker an even break It lacks two essentials of a good kitchen—
unified work surface and storage space. The sink, range and refrigera­
tor are isolated, with nothing to tie them together into a workable and
work saving unit Tired of the inconvenience and unattractiveness of
her kitchen, the homemaker called m the Youngstown Kitchens Planning
Service for the solution pictured below.
SAWS
1*1 MONSTR \TION
Feed« containing NFZ-MIX can be used as a preventive
a treatment for Coccidiosi»—will help prevent runts and
culls—control Coccidiosi» without «lowing growth__ reduce
death losses.
PARTS AND SERVICE FOR
I .E.U & HORNET SAWS
local Representative
Santiam Garage
MILL CITY
We Specialize in Acetylene anti Electric
WELDING
Plan now to use our NFZ Feed« for the chicks you're
starting this spring.
Now this homemaker has a kitchen to be proud of. a kitchen
unity, reason and beauty
The new cabinet sink «with twin bowls to
make dishwashing a cinch» is flanked by base cabinets providing the
essential counter surface and storage space Note how the refrigerator
was relocated so the sink is ideally located between it and the range
Above are wall cabinets for handy storage use And best of all. this new
kitchen was created with minimum expense because there were no
structural alterations and the new steel kitchen units are standard items.
FARMERS
STAYTON. OREGON
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