The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998, September 20, 1951, Page 2, Image 2

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    The MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
2—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE___________________ September 20, 1951
COMMUNITY AIMS THRU CO-OPERATION
MILL CITY. OREGON
IKW PKTERBON. Publisher
Entered as second-class matter November 10. 11*44 at the post office at
Mill City, Oregon, under the Act of March 3, 1S7S.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING: One insertion for 50c or three for $1.00.
The Enterprise will not be responsible for more than one incorrect in­
sertion. Errors in advertising should be reported immediately. Display
Advertising 45c column inch. Political Advertising 75c inch.
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SANTIAM MEMORIAL HOSPITAL.
MILL CITY STREET IMPROVEMENT.
LOCAL YOUTH RECREATION CENTER.
MILL CITY DIAL TELEPHONE SYSTEM.
MILL CITY PARK PUBLIC SWIMMING POOL.
ELIMINATION OF BANFIELD S NIGHTMARE.
MILL CITY AREA SEWAGE DISPOSAL SYSTEM.
IMPROVE HIWAY 222 BETWEEN MILL CITY AND LYONS.
OBTAIN CANYON YEAR ’ROUND PAYROLL INDUSTRIES.
DETROIT, GATES, AND MILL CITY UNION HIGH SCHOOL.
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Will be at his Mill City office in the Jenkins Building
Thursday afternoons 1 to 6 p.m.
Also Thursday evenings by Appointment
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HOME OFFICE: 313 W. FIRST. ALBANY
GOOD HEALTH
Constitution Day
Monday was Constitution Day—U.S.A. Constitution Day, that is. The
Constitution at its start was something brand new in the way of official
papers. Those who put this great document together and signed it had
pointed reasons for doing so. Getting this official paper approved by the
individual states was no push over. The stony face of history proves that our
government's founding fathers cut a governmental pattern in a com mon
sense way.
It is said that our Constitution is a “living" thing, Let’s see why. Events
rocked along for the Constitution until the Civil War. Lincoln bluntly acted as
if the Constitution were here for good. I Lincoln, with some pretty good help.
proved he was right in the action he took, Before his tragic death, certain
special “interests” saw in our Constitution an element of “first come—
first served”. An anti-South U. S. Supreme Court realized this also and
This decision meant that a
thereby declares! a corporation a “person”.
corporation has the same rights as you and 1.
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Lincoln snorted in dismay at this trend of government. Andrew' Johnson
tried re-constructing the battered South as Lincoln would have. Johnson
got himself impeached and almost convicted by Congress for his effort.
Incidentally the South is still bleeding because of this ridicule of Johnson.
Lincoln's vice president. Civil War General U. S. tirant, next president of
the U.S.A., had a tough time getting anything constructive done by Congress.
The Negro, in effect, had lost the vote he had got under Lincoln and the
amended Constitution—northern carpet baggers saw to that! The South
thus became a fountain of cheap labor.
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Judges of the U. S. Supreme Court kept the Constitution in this rut
until President Franklin D. Roosevelt came along, Enough of the judges
retired or died until a new court came to life. These men put the power
of our Constitution behind the express wishes of citizens. So-called “con­
stitutionalists" have been raising heck about this trend since. Taft says
what the U.S.A, did and is doing in Korea is “unconstitutional”. The voters
will have their say on this issue—come November, 1952.
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This right of the vote proves again that there is blood and muscle in
our Constitution. The Constitution's usefulness was shown when its power
was used in dismissing MacArthur. At present an anti-communist con­
spiracy law is operating with the approval of the U. 8. Supreme Court.
This law is a ticklish one for our Nation. Australia is meeting this matter
face to face. That Nation's citizens are voting whether or not they will
outlaw the communist party. At present the Australian constitution—like
ours—does not allow outlawing the communist party.
Yes, our Constitution is great, but the citizens of the U.S.A, are greater.
Citizens’ wishes are commands to the living Constitution—may it always
lie so! Let us hope our Constitution weathers the topsy-turvy years ahead
as it has the hectic years in the past. May our Constitution remain always
the sinew of justice and equality.
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GENERAL MASON WORK
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Answer to Question No. 1:
I near them, it may reveal dis-
1. Only thirty years ago oper­ fum tion of ccitain nerwes and
ations on the lungs were great brain centers. Only a doctor is
rarities and were performed able to judge the exact moaning
with most e'aborate apparatus j of the reaction to conduct furth-
Most of these early operation ' er tests if necessary
were fatal. Today operations on Answer to Question No. 3:
the lungs are performed fre­
3 Pruritis is a medical term
quently for tumors and tuber­ I which
merely means itching
culosis. Many patients have
complete recovery, due to ex­ However, it differs from the itch
ceptional advances in surgery caused by a mosquito bite or
Recent research indicates that poison ivv, in that pruritis re­
humans may live if as much as fers to the itching which comes
75 % of the lung tissue has been from no obvious cause It some­
times occurs in such conditions
removed.
as jaundice, diabetes, or just
Answer to Question No. 2:
plain "nerves ”
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land, not enough food, not enough
JAPAN’S UNCERTAIN FUTURE
We didn't notice any dancing in raw materials. This situation is what
PARTS AND SUPPLIES
the streets after the signing of the ■ made Japan an aggressive, oppor­
tunistic nation in the past; this situa­
Japanese peace treaty.
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If Americans felt any satisfaction, tion necessarily will determine what
it was a mild and negative satisfac­ Japan will be in the fufure. An ag­
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tion in the fact that Gromyko was gressive Japan, seeking to gain new
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treaties for the time being. But an
Our pride in the treaty itself, in opportunistic Japan, seeking to re­ nK»öiaiSHKDH»»öia»lSÖÖ«ööaiöS(»laöö»)S«öööi(>a(ö»ÖDööö:ö:öiO(R(e(©iia»)aet'
the generous and far-sighted terms open the old markets in China or es­
of our peace with Japan, is a little tablish new trade with other commu­
uncomfortable because there are some nist-controlled countries (and through
twinges of doubt about the treaty’s trade agreements entering into politi­
success in operation. We know we cal agreements, too), is not unlikely.
are taking a calculated risk when we Nor is it unlikely that an opportunistic
base our hopes for permanent Japan may feel that the US., commit­
Western alignment by Japan on faith, ted to the containment of communism,
and little else. This “treaty of recon­ is “over a barrel’’ for any Japanese
WE HAVE PURCHASED THE EQUIPMENT AND BUSINESS
ciliation” is an experiment, and no­ demands
OF THE
body knows how it will turn out.
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It is a good thing that the U. S.-
Even if Japan and the other signa­
Japanese security treaty was signed tories hold to the letter of the treaty,
almost simultaneously with the peace the spirit of the treaty may be vio­
AND SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE
treaty. At least, the West is assured lated. Japan herself honestly may
military bases in Japan. As New try to become a nation in good stand­
York Times Military Analyst Hanson ing among other free nations, but her
I Baldwin says, it lays the cornerstone old enemies, out of a lingering wish
for the structure of a multilateral for revenge or self-interest, may force
Pacific "alliance” against communist Japan into an antagonistic position.
aggression. It makes Japan a poten­ If the former ajlies against Japan
Areas and Surrounding Communities — Call for Service at
tial bastion, filling the gap in the refusk to ratify the treaty, or press
STAYTON—541 Third Street
strategic line from the Aleutians to too hard the issue of reparations-by-
MILL CITY—
Sumpter Jewelry Bldg.
Okinawa and the Phillippines.
labor, or pass trade restrictions that
Call Stayton
Phone 4174
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will make Japan’s economic position
Phone 4174
But it doesn't settle the role—in­ impossible, then we can expect no
evitably a major role—to be played 1 good results for our efforts. Seeing
by a renascent Japan in the Pacific, I to it that everyone lives up to the
I a Japan which will re-emerge as a I spirit of the treaty will become a new
FRANCIS LULAY
AL BOCHSLER
great industrial and military power. diplomatic burden for the United
And the peace treaty doesn’t define States, and thus this country will still
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that role, either; it merely gives be partly responsible for Japan’s
future.
Japan the center of the stage and the
So there isn't any dancing in the
right to ad lib.
From now on, except for a few ! I streets; there is only the feeling of
restrictions, the Japanese people will , 1 relief of one job done, and the hope
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have to decide for themselves what that it will turn out to be a good job.
they will do with their military, in­ —From The Statesman
dustrial, political potentials. Up to
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now Japan's decisions have been made
LICENSED
for her by American planners and her
TO SAVE TIME AND MONEY FOR ALL
national shortages supplied by Amer­
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ican funds. The U. S. will continue to
THE LOGGERS IN THE NORTH SANTIAM
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be responsible for Japan's military
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defense "indefinitely,” but that does
not mean forever. Technically, the
$1.50 per month and up
OF LOGGING SUPPLIES IN AT BASSETT’S
U.S. will not continue to be respons­
Also serving Gates. Lyons,
WELDING
SHOP AT LYONS. ORE.
ible for Japan's economic and political I
Idanha and Detroit
future. And that’s where the big
BETWEEN FLOYD AND MYSELF. I AM
MILL CITY
trouble lies.
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DISPOSAL SERVICE
SURE WE WILL BE ABLE TO GIVE YOU
For Japan's central difficulty re- I
Phone 3952
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BETTER SERVICE THAN YOU HAVE EVER
mains today what it was before Pearl ,
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Harbor: overpopulation, not enough ,
HAD BEFORE IN THIS AREA.
South Side Trailers
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ATTENTION!
Santiam Ready Mix Co.
Salem Heavy Hauling & Equipment Co
1405 N. Front St.
SALEM, ORE.
Salem Phones:
2-1924: Night 2 4417
HAULING AND MOVING HEAVY MACHINERY
and Mill Equipment Up To 25 Tons
Including D8 and 111)11 Cats, and x4-yard shovels.
Complete Rigging Outfit, Winch Trucks, Low-bed Trailers
Prompt Service in
Stayton-Mill City-Mt. Angel
Marion County Redi Mix Co.
All Loggers
GARBAGE
SERVICE
KEEPflUP YÔUR0HOME!
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Note is the time to think'
About a new ROOF or
Perhaps a Foundation—
HOME BUILDING SERVICE
ROOFING
REMODELING
Call or See
FRED GOOCH, JR.
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MILL CITY MEAT MARKET
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Valley Construction Co
General Contractors
Qualify Meafs and Groceries
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I nion Wire Rope
Tuffy Chokers
Esco Rigging
Skookum Blocks
and Rigging
Dynamite
Fire Equipment
Power Saws
Splicing and Socketing
a Specialty
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FOOD LOCKERS
FROZEN FOODS
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Gooch Logging Supply
Everything for the Logger'
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DAY & NIGHT SERVICE
Sweet Home. Philomath
Phone 1141
Roseburg
Phone 3-6656