The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998, October 04, 1951, Page 2, Image 2

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The MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
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COMMUNITY AIMS THRU CO-OPERATION-
MILL CITY. OREGON
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 IIIWAY 222 BETWEEN MILL CITY AND LYONS.
OBTAIN CANYON YEAR ROUND PAYROLL INDUSTRIES.
DETROIT. GATES, AND MILL CITY UNION HIGH SCHOOL.
DON PETERSON. Publisher
Entered as second-class matter November 10. 1944 at the post office at
Mill City, Oregon. under the Act of March 3, 1873.
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.
NATIONAL
October 4. 1951
EDITORIAL
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REGISTERED OPTOMETRIST
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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
HOME OFFICE: 313 W. FIRST. ALBANY
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Editorial Comments
"THE PAPER THAT II \S NO ENEMIES HAS NO FRIENDS.
—George Putnam.
I thousands of years so dear to the
DICKENS IN MOSCOW
Today, in Britain, Oliver Twist heart of all Chinese, the Communists
doesn’t have to ask for a second help­ have made teen-age boys and girls
ing. Youth occupies a privileged 1 denounce their parents and send them
In the Canyon students are taking subscriptions in behalf of The Mill
position in the British welfare state, to the reddened execution grounds. . . .
City Enterprise. Thcie who already subscribe probably will be contacted
Among the victims of the nation­
with extra rations and added oppor­
also. We would like it if you would offer suggestions regarding this news- tunities. But the news hasn’t got to wide slaughter are educators, journ­
paper. The mechanics of publishing a newspaper burdens all those con- Russia yet.
alists, artists, industrial and business
netted with it a great amount. Too often we miss the wants and needs
A recent visitor to Moscow reports leaders, politicians, foremen of fac­
of this Canyon.
that Dickens is generally regarded tories, former government officials
A newspaper is not an impersonal thing. It doesn't just happen. Much there as the standard authority not and employees, students and land­
needs the support
hard labor, time and expense go into it. A newspaper
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only on Britain but on America today. owners. In the main, they formed a
of the community where it is printed. Support not only in advertising, but Widely read, he is taken as proof of -ubstantial part of the cream of the
Mill City Enterprise can enjoy such
in a thousand different ways. The
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the brutalities of early 19th-century i country in the various phases of life.
support only to the extent it serves the community. Its life in the com- industrialism.
They had made valuable contributions
munity is therefore a two-way street.
That the social abuses against to their country and it would take
A newspaper usually has friends and likew ise enemies. I he Mill City which Dickens fought so passionately years or even decades before they
ever. Its
Enterprise does not escape this rule. Ils friends
have been gradually corrected by the can be replaced. . . . —Singapore
enemies.............
evolution of a free society towards j Standard.
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more humane standards has escaped
A glance will show that the news columns of a newspaper reflect in the notice of those Russians who art­
publisher.
The
editorials
carried
in
that
some degree the thought of the .
still shedding a compassionate tear |
same newspaper crack the shell and leave the bare kernel of thought exposed. over Oliver’s empty bowl.
The Editor’s letter Box gives the public a place for its thoughts, also. All
This is not surprising when one re­
we ask is that the letters be signed and not libelous.
members that the same dark condi- |
It makes us happy deep down inside when you. gentle reader, drop the tions which bred the humanitarian
remark to our advertisers, "Read your ad in The Enterprise”. A news­ protest of Dickens bred the revolution­
A vacation with a most serious
paper cannot be published on finances raised by subscriptions alone. Those ary dogmas of Marx. Even today i puspose is scheduled for all adult
who advertise in The Enterprise play a life and blood part in its success. Marxist doctrine invites revolution a- Girl Scouts at Smith Creek camp this
The Enterprise features photographs we believe of value to all in the gainst a system which has long since weekend, October 7-9. The vacation
hope such action will please.
Civic organizations use The Enterprise's been so modified by evolution that the starts at 2:00 p.m. E’riday and closes
columns free of charge in connection with routine affairs—so do religious Marxist analysis is simply out of date. at 2:00 p.m. Sunday.
groups. This newspaper lends a friendly hand in worthwhile civic projects. In that respect Dickens is more con­
Any adult Girl Scout is welcome for
If the Enterprise doesn't measure up—it is because of the frailty of those temporary
than
the
author of as long or as short a time as she
humans composing it. A few well chosen moments in the print shop will “Capital”. For while the conditions wishes. No advance registration is
prove how much alive The Enterprise is. Next door neighbors of The he pictured have all but disappeared, required and the fee is proportionate
Enterprise must put up with terrific mechanical noises and the equally the vivid humanity of his writing can [ to the time spent at camp. The ser­
annoying yakity-yak of those placing it together.
Thursday is not an outride a dozen changes of system.— ious purpose of the outing is demon­
ordinary eight-hour day for The Enterprise—it's a 24-hour day—neighbors From Christian Science Monitor
stration to adult Girl Scouts how they
don't like that either, bless 'em!
can train over two thousand girls in
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their role in civil defense.
Inflation is just as much a drain on The Einterprise as it is to your
A variety of activities will be
Thanks to big headlines and sen­
pocketbooks. The paper you are reading from costs more and more, as sation-loving commentators, the peo­ offered under the direction of spec-
does also type meta). What the future will bring we do not know. We ple of the United States are thorough­ >alized consultants. Those who at­
only hope we can "roll with the punch”. The Enterprise, at considerable ly familiar with the mink-coat epi­ tend may choose according to their
expense, keeps shop beside the new Canyon route on the Marion county sode and the huge profits that a few needs and interests. Specific instruc­
side of Mill City. We think The Enterprise is housed in a fine shop—come people have made through the co­ tion will be under the general head-
in and give us your opinion.
operation of the 5-per-cent boys in ' ings of first aid, nature study, camp
A tired pastor often lectures his small flock of faithfuls on non-atten- Washington.
craft, astronomy and group recreation.
dance. Yet his lecture usually is unheard by those very ones needing the
High spots for all-camp participa­
Not many have heard of the fol-
dressing-down most! We believe The Enterprise has earned "a feeling of lowing news stories:
tion will be a barn dance, a clyde-
belonging" even though it is not an old newspaper as newspapers go. We
(a)
Secretary
of
Agriculture packer campfire, and a scout's own
cherish your friendship and thank you for letting us stay.
Charles F. Brannan dismissed two of­ | service.
From this week-end vacation the
ficial- because they accepted favors
from a company doing business with adult Girl Scouts will gain the means
Government. One of the men, it . whereby they can impart to their girls
seems, bought a television set and the “know how”, under the camou­
an automobile at wholesale by using flage of fun, for meeting an emerg­
ency without fear or panic. Also
the company’s credit.
Phone S-4&S4
(b) Raymond M. Foley, Housing learned will be the taking care of
and Home Finance Administrator, themselves, their families and small
overheard a chance remark that led children, and serving their community
Ilin Everything for Your
to the discovery that every employee according to their age and ability.
More specifically they will learn
in a regional office had received
a gift, including television sets, li­ what natural foliage is poisonous, as­
quor, watches, and hosiery. He forced semblage and use of a first aid kit,
the return of all gifts and set up a preparation of meals without a stove,
Furniture and Bookkeeping Supplies
amusement of separated persons and
policy to prevent a repetition.
The first class of stories, while being at home without a home, day
interesting to people, does not indi- or night.
cate that most of those who work
for the Government are looking for
unearn«!, if not dishonest, dollars.
Neither does the second class of
A SON — To Mr. and Mrs. I.on
stories prove that all governmental
officials are watching closely to pre­ Stanley, Gates, Oct. 2, at Salem Gen-
vent such incidents.—From Clay Co. eral hospital.
Salem Phones:
Lyons Phone:
A DAUGHTER—To Mr. and Mrs.
(Fla.) Crescent.
2-1924; Night 2 4417
143
Dale Champ, Mehama, Sept. 30, at
HISTORY'S "BLOODIEST PURGE” Salem Memorial hospital.
A DAUGHTER To Mr. and Mrs.
Life on the China mainland is like
Robert Couture. Gates, Sept. 30, at
a nightmare. . . .
Salem Memorial hospital.
Never in the long history of ancient
Including DS and II DI I Cats, and ^i-yard shovels.
A DAUGHTER—To Mr. and Mrs.
Cathay has there existed a more
•> at
Complete Rigging Outfit, Winch Trucks, Low-bed Trailers
tyrannical and terroristic reign. . . . Floyd Chase, Lyons, October — >
Salem
Memorial
hospital.
Authentic information received here
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ALBANY — 2 Miles South on 99E
THE COMMERCIAL BOOK STORE
OFFICE NEEDS
Just Arrived.
Salem Heavy Hauling & Equipment Co
1105 N. Front St
SALEM, ORE.
HAULING AND MOVING HEAVY MACHINERY
and Mill Equipment Up To 25 Tons
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KEEP JUP Y0UR8H0ME!
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.Vote is the time to think
revealed that during the three nights
of May 26 to 28, 30,0<M) Communist
troops conducted a citywide search of
the so-called counter-revolutionaries
in Shanghai and arrested 150,000
people.
But why are the arrests so dreaded
by the people? There is only one
reason. The person arrested has ab­
solutely no chance to defend himself.
He faces all the charges framed a-
gninst him and when he is dragged to
the public trial in which mob pay-,
chologv holds sway, what chance has
he to prove his innocence?
And the mass arrests and public
trial» have been daily occurrences dur­
ing the past four months, not only in
the principal cities like Shanghai.
Nanking. Tientsin. Canton and Han­
kow. but also in the remote towns in
all the provinces of China.
In their efforts to break up the
family system which has been for
About a new ROOF or
Perhaps a Foundation—
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ROOFING
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AND SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE
Prompt Service in
Stayton-Mill City-Mt. Angel
Areas and Surrounding Communities — Call for Service at
STAYTON—541 Third Street
Sumpter Jewelry Bldg.
Phone 4174
MILL CITY—
Call Stayton
Phone 4174
Marion County Redi Mix Co.
FRANCIS LI I AY
AL BOCHSLER
Editor's Leiter Box
NEVER SATISFIED
All summer I've been hearing:
"I wish that it would rain.
It’s dry and hot— -dusty too
Sure give we a pain.”
"The flowers are slowly dying.
The lawns are just a mess,
A real heavy downpour
Would bring some happiness.”
“The rain would sure be welcome
To the forest fighting crew.
The hunters would rejoice. 1 know
With their season open too."
We finally got our rainfall
To dampen all the crop.
And now I hear them saying
"Will this darn rain ever stop?"
— Mrs. Marvin Keen, Mill City.
TALLIES.
PLACE ( ARDS AND NAPKINS
\RE HERE!
HU AH I C1M I \
TALLIES. PLACE ( ARDS. NAPKINS
AND ( ARDS
EDWARD WILLIAMS
“The Home of Hallmark Cards”
330 Court Street
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WE HAVE PURCHASED THE EQUIPMENT AND BUSINESS
OF THE
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For
Call or See
ATTENTION!
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Salem, Ore.
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All Loggers
TO SAVE TIME AND MONEY FOR ALL
THE LOGGERS IN THE NORTH SANTIAM
AREA, I AM PUTTING A COMPLETE STOCK
OF LOGGING SUPPLIES IN AT BASSETT’S
WELDING SHOP AT LYONS. ORE.
BETWEEN FLOYD AND MYSELF. I AM
SURE WE WILL BE ABLE TO GIVE YOU
BETTER SERVICE THAN YOU HAVE EVER
HAD BEFORE IN THIS AREA.
FRED GOOCH. JR.
Union Wire Rope
Tuffy Chokers
Esco Rigging
Skookum Blocks
and Rigging
Dynamite
Fire Equipment
Power Saws
Splicing and Socketing
a Specialty
Gooch Logging Supply
"Everything for the Logger"
DAY & NIGHT SERVICE
Sweet Home. Philomath
Phone 1111
Roseburg
Phone 3-6656