The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998, December 20, 1951, Page 11, Image 11

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    December 20, 1951
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REFRIGERATOR $75.00, a real buy,
motor just re-conditioned. Coldspot,
8.6 cu.ft. PARKER HUTCHESON
FURNITURE, Gates, Phone 4561.
LARGEST SELECTION of Schwinn
bicycles, tricycles, toys, hobbies,
wheel goods, and sporting goods be­
tween Salem and Bend. Use our
“Lav-awav Plan”
Camp’s Tackle
Co.. Stavton. Ore.
47-5
WAR’.M CLEAN ROOMS Single beds
$6 per week, double $5. Modern
and quiet. Inquire at Gates Auto
Laundry.
50-3
in tlw Canyon, It’s Advertised in The Enterprise!
FOR SALE — Chevrolet parts from
wrecked car.
See Silver Saddle
Service Station.
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ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS:
Box 253, Gates. Ore.
TARPS—Tents, new and used. Selec­
CHILDREN CARED FOR. all ages
tion of sizes.
and small babies, in mv home or
Red’s Hill Top Trading Post
yours anytime, davs. evenings, or
weekends, or overnight. See Mrs. FOR SALE—1936 Chev 2-dr. sedan.
Cree, west of Mill Citv on highway
Fairly good all around. $95.
See
222, or telephone 924.
49-3
Knowles Body & Fender Repair. 50
PLEASE LIST all available rooms, FOR SALE—Fat hens, fryers, ducks,
room and board, houses and apts. I alive or dressed. Several Bantams,
Write, telephone or visit Personnel
nice gifts for children. See Gworge
Dept. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Consolidated
Cree, west of Mill Citv on highway
Builders, Inc., Detroit Dam.
or telephone 924.
49-3
LEGAI ADVERTISING
NOTICE OF ELECTION
NOTICE IS GIVEN HEREBY that
an election is called, to submit to the
legal voters of School District No.
129-J, I.inn-Marion Counties. Oregon, i
the question of disposal of the old
grade school building at Third and
Evergreen Streets in the City of Mill
City; said election to be held at Mill
City High School on Monday. January
7. 1952. A.D„ between the hours of
8:00 P.M. and 9:00 P M.. PST.
RAMON I.. ROBERTS,
Chairman, Board of Education
Attest:
School District No. 129-J
EDNA F. ROSS. Clerk
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WANTED —■ Poles. Piling, Barkies; HELP WANTED — National organi­ TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING Ma­
chines. We sell, rent, repair and
unpeeled Douglas Fir poles wanted , zation offers opportunitv to make
swap all makes. Trade vour old
delivered Fox Valiev, Ore. Length
money in vour snare time, writing
machine towards a new one.
30 to 80 feet. Phone evenings Lyons
credit reports in Mill City, interest­
ROEN, 456 Court St.. Salem.
82, days Portland ATwater 2346.1 ing work.
Write Dept. C.. P.O.
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McCormick Piling & Lumber Co., j Box 111. Portland 7. Oregon. 49-3
FOR SALE—1937 Dodge sedan, good a weak state government brings on
Board of Trade Bldg., Portland?
rubber, new battery, heater.
A federal control.
Ore.
37tf WOOD FOR SALE —16 or 24 inch
good "dam” car. $125.00. Inquire at
millwood, $9.00 per cord for im-
He and his survey associates have
Ken Golliet’s, Mehama.
49-3
ODD JOBS WANTED —By handi­
mediate delivery. Phone Mill Citv
laid out a three-year plan for accom­
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1384.
capped man. 85c per hour, phone
SPORTSMEN—Join the North San­ plishing a state-wide plan of redis­
Mill Citv 1384.
50-3
tiam Sportsman’s club now. We are tricting. (This was described in first
FOR SALE — Ducks, geese, hens,
devoted to game conservation and article of this series.)
SANDRAN PLASTIC LINOLEUM — i dressed. Get any evening, or will
propagation and need your help.
Meantime, reorganization of the
deliver Saturday, Sunday or Mon­
$1.29 sq. yd. Regularly sells $1.89.
Only $1.00 per year, you will have
Buv now and save.
PARKER-1 day. Hens and fryers, alive, get
state department, beginning with an
that
much
fun
at
one
meeting.
A
anv day or time. Geo. Cree, phone
HUTCHESON FURNITURE. Gates
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Enquire at Enterprise office, or see amendment to the constitution to
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924.
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Phone 4561.
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Jerry Coffman, at Ken Golliet’s. 9 make the superintendency appointive
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rather than elective is urged.
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STOVES—Heaters and ranges, in oil
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Dr. Holy praised the state depart­
or wood. Save at
ment,
particularly
its
organization
Red’s Hill Top Trading Post
and quality of personnel, congratu­
EXPERT AUTO and home radio lated the state on having kept its to get top calibre at the salaries off­ than 100 students) make for expen­
service, 20 years experience, all schools pretty well out of politics, in ered, when many local school jobs'
sive state control.
OR AN ALTERATION ON YOUR OLD ONE.
makes. Guaranteed service.
spite of a system that makes political
pay up to twice as much.
One example is the state commis-
Stiffler's Radio and Appliance. manipulation of schools possible.
SEE l’S FOR ALL YOUR
Along with changes in the depart­ sion which Dr. Holy says should event­
CLOTHING NEEDS.
“There is nothing to guarantee that ment, the survey committee would see J ually be done away with. In general
WANTED TO BUY — Clean peeled
. Douglas fir poles, delivered to politics won’t rear its head in the a reorganization of the state board of state adoption of textbooks is not
Lyons yard. For further informa­ school room", according to the survej
education. There is no reason to con­ good. This should be the responsibi­
tion call or write Allen Gould, 1424 committee.
tinue the ex-officio membership of lity of the local schools, however, af
Filbert Ave.. Lebanon, phone 5745,
The superintendency as it is now,
Puget Timber Co. of Oregon. 24tf is not directly responsible to the superintendent and Oregon is one long as there are many districts with­
(¡ATES, OREGON
of the few states still clinging to out professional leadership to lay out
SEE ME FOR GOOD Real Estate State Board of Education —in fact the this plan. It is obvious, in the Ohio curriculum or texts, the state cannot
buys in Canyon area.
Listings superintendent, as an ex-officio mem­ man's opinion, that the governor and afford to discontinue the service.
wanted. C. E. COVILLE. Broker, ber of the state board and its nominal secretary of state have no time for
The same is true of local finances.
West side Mill City. Phone 2207. chairman, is in the position of pass­
any real study of schools—this is in
OPEN
Much district accounting has to
ing on his own administrative job as
NEW AND USED Schwinn bicycles acting head of the schools. There is addition to the possibility offered for be done by the state.
for sale. Camo’s Tackle Co.. Stay­
political influences in education.
7 a.m. to 12:30 a.m
Until the state achieves a uniform­
ton. Ore.
47-5 nothing to prevent a future superin­
Recommended is an elective board ity of districts, each large enough and
Weekdays
tendent from following a school policy
NEED A TELEPHONE? — Stop in in contradiction to the board and of nine lay citizens. (At present there with assessed valuation enough to sup­
Emergency Service
are four in addition to ex-officio mem­ port its own well-staffed grade and
and see the new Lech combination wishes of the people.
at All Hours
desk or wall phone, also used
The superintendent should be ap­ bers, who are appointed;-one from ag­ high schools. Dr. Holy urges the state
phones from $10.00 up. Telephone
riculture, one from lobor, one from I department to do the best it can, to
and Hearing Aid batteries stocked. pointed by the board—chosen from employers, and one from a house­ do more of the job it should be doing
Stiffler’s Radio and Appliance. the best of the education profession wife.)
to emphasize actual educational lead-
available in the nation.
Choice of
PLUMBING SUPPLIES —Pipe fit­ men for this vital job should not be
“It is questionable whether it is best I ership as contrasted with the mass
tings, toilets, sinks, washbowls, limited to citizens of Oregon who are interest of the state to have board of detail and local supervision which
bathtubs, showers, etc.
Bargain willing to run for the office,
members tied to special fields of in­ is threatening to engulf it.
SILVER SADDLE
prices. Red’s Hill Top Trading Post.
The report points out that many terest,” Dr. Holy said.
SERVICE STATION & TRAILER COURT
superior school men will not enter
There are many recommendations
Cover both hands with wool socks
even a non-partisan political race, on duties of the state department when you wash Venetian blinds. Dip
REAL ESTATE
MILL CITY
Phone 903
Oregon’s top school man, as it which point up the committee’s state­ in wshing solution and rub back and
FOR SALE—Low price house located now stands, is at a disadvantage
ment that weak districts and small forth across surfaces of blind. Pro­
in Marion county side of Mill City. in dealing with the legislature and
schools (Oregon has 400 one room tects hands, especially if blinds are
Two bedrooms downstairs and two the governor. His election by the
schools, 100 high schools with less metal.
usable bedrooms upstairs.
Bath­ people does not give sufficient pres-1
room remodeled recently, nice large tige to work on an equal basis with .
lot, with apple and nut trees, $3.756. the other state heads. Only thing
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that will do this, in opinion of Dr.
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FRED A. LINDEMANN Holy,
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is “the assurance of an indivi- 1
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— Public Accounting —
dual of top professional quality in
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Real Estate
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Insurance
in the position”.
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As for the state department which
LYONS, OREGON
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is not mentioned in Oregon constitu-1
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Cash value of U.S. Savings Bonds tion or laws and has just grown
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0 today is $58 billion—$11 billion more around the superintendent
it should
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than at the end of the war.
be given legal status.
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Salaries of the superintendent as
well as his staff are very low (around
$6000 top) and should be raised.
“It is probable that few states, con­
NEW AND USED
sidering the factors involved, have
a more professional or capable state
ALL SIZES
department”, Dr. Holy says. Then
he warns that Oregon cannot continue
Sub-Standard Small-
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DR R REYNOLDS CLINIC
FROC TOLOGIST
NATUROPATHIC PHYSICIAN
1144 CINTE! STREET . . . TIIRMONE 3 4440
SALEM, OREGON
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DENTIST
Telephone 2261 for Appointment
Tuesdays: 9 a m. to 6:30 p.m.
Thursdays: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Office in Jenkins Bide.. Mill City
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David Al. Reid Rea/ Estate
MILL CITY
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SALEM
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Septic Tanks and Sewers Cleaned •
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1079 Elm St.. W. Salem
VERNES
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2nd A Broadway
Mill City
Hour*»: 10 to 7
D.W.REID.MD.
I PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Mill City
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Albany
MILL CITY
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