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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (July 17, 1952)
Old Guard’ Captives
THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
July 17, 1952
“The few liberal Republicans such |
as Senator Morse have become cap
tive of the old guard by their cham-'
pioning of General Eisenhower,” in'
the opinion of A. F. Hartung, presi
dent of the International Woodwork- ,
ers of America, CIO-CCL (Canadian
Congress of I-abor) with headquarters
in Portland, Ore.
“Though the defeat of Taft was
generally looked upon as a defeat of
the Hoover-MacArthur wing of that
party, the party’s new platform and
choice of vice presidential candidate
shows the very opposite to be true,”
«aid Hartung, highest elective official
of the 140.000-member Woodworkers
and son from Jefferson and Mrs. Ray
Colgan and Miss Myrtle Cloyd, both
Mi . and Mrs. Warren Varcoe spent
Mr. and •Mrs. Jesse Moses were
“Eisenhower’s choice of Senator a three-day holiday in Portland at vacationing at Wheeler over the past
Nixon as his running mate is highly the Joe Marriage home.
ironic to say the least. After General Mrs. Varcoe's mother. Mrs. Rose Ste-
Mr. and Mrs. Don Miley were in
as iilustra ed
Eisenhower’s pleading for senate ap art of Portland.
Gates Saturday from Salem, where
proval of our sending troops to Europe
Mrs. James Overlock of Seattle and Miley is attending summer school at
a year ago April, Senator Nixon— daughter Kathryn are at the home Willamette university. He is super
along with Senator Taft—was among of he rparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Davis, intendent of the Gates public schools.
the majority of Republicans who voted for the week. Mrs. Overlock has just
Mr. and Mrs. Fount Paul were Ban
against it! Nixon is a junior Taft.
returned from a visit in Washington, don visitors over the holidays, re
P ieces of . CQfiŸOfi)
“Nixon also voted against aid to D.C., and other points in the east.
turning Sunday night.
for actual currency
India last year, which is directly op
Mr. and Mrs. Don Gessner left visited relatives in Eugene enroute.
posite to the so-called GOP policy in Monday for San Francisco where they
Earle Henness, son of Mr. and Mrs.
regards to increased aid to Asia, will make their home. The Gessners Glen Henness, accompanied Mr. and
Nixon is a true example of the ma- just recently sold their home and tour Mrs. Willis Webster, daughter Elda
jority of anti-labor Republican legis- ist cabins near here.
and son Ed to Grand View and Pros
latora in pur congress.”
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brisbin cele ser. Wash., over the holidtys.
Æ m 8 YEAR OLD SOY, A
Hartung also charged that it was
Floyd Fleetwood spent Tuesday
brated the Fourth in Bend, taking in
the Taft-Nixon forces which managed
OOD SHIMMER,RECENTLY SAVED
the 3-4ay water pageant while there. fishing at Clear lake.
in December of 1949 “to cut funds
Mr. and Mrs. Burrel Cole and son
-) 225 LB. MAN FROM drowning !
Mrs. Lula Collins has been seriously
which the Democratic administration
Marlin, Miss Lorena Devine from
advocated for arms and economic ex ill for the past two weeks and is at Gates and Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Turn-
penditure to aid South Korea. And
idge and daughter Carolyn of Cutler
then the Republicans had the effront Sellard, in Salem.
City, were visitors at the St. Paul
Mr. and Mrs. William Pennick en rodeo over the 4th.
ery to accuse the Democrats of leav
MCE A YEAR/faE LITHUANIANS QPTME
ing the door open for the Communist tertained Mr. and Mrs. Glen Cochran
Mr. and Mrs. George Bailey and
attack the following June. The Re
son spent several days during the
IN THE NEAREST CREEK V/IT h ALL
publican plank on foreign policy is a congressional filibuster which has pre holidays in Gresham at the home of
T heir clow on .... in order T o chase
sham front put up to deceive the vot vented passage of an enforceable fed her father.
out evil spirits T hat may lurk
ers into thinking the administration eral fair employment practices law,”
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Joaquin and
and Eisenhower views on aid to Eur Hartung said.
in TreiR garments /
daughter, accompanied by his mother,
ope and Asia will not be dumped.”
“Vice presidential candidate Nixon Mrs, Laura Joaquin, visited over the
Hartung said the Republicans ap has shown by his voting record that weekend at Coos Bay with relatives.
pear to have all but “abandoned labor. he opposes FEP legislation. Eisen
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Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Findley spent
to the camp Sunday afternoon.
The contributions made by organized hower addmittedly opposes it.
the weekend in Portland and The
Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Corner moved
labor in the struggle against the tot
“But if the Democrats adopt the Dalles visiting relatives.
to Sheridan the last of the week.
alitarian forces were completely ig same watered-down civil rights policy
The Everett Limbecks were among
nored by this so-called rejuvenated as that of the GOP, the Republicans
local residents installing a telephone X
wil have a good chance of winning
in their home the past week.
“If Eisenhower is elected to the back those lost votes.”
White Hou e. Senator Taft likely will
Hartung said he thought the "GOP
Mrs. Harley Scott and her daughter «
be head of the senate labor committee opposition to federal health insurance
Maxine were Salem business visitors X
By MRS. J. H. JOHNSTON
as well as GOP policy chairman in also is in direct opposition to the
George Neal was a Thursday eve-
According to the Wall majority of organized workers’ hopes.”
Mr. and Mrs. Clair Humphreys and XX
Street Journal, Taft has pledged to
He commented on Republican con ning caller at Jack Johnstons.
family of Myrtle Creek were visitors X
Lynn Rodich is spending this week at the Johnston homes from Tuesday XX
obtain pas-age of laws to further re demnation of corruption by saying
strict labor’s civil 1 berties as to free “neither party can claim a monopoly i at Silver Creek Falls Youth camp morning until Saturday afternoon. xi
NEW RETAIL LOCATION:
So far as I ' on cleanliness, as shown by the ex- sponsored by the Christian churches. Mrs. Earl Sandner and son Alan and X
City Limits on Highway 222
can see, General Eisenhower is in per I - posure of ‘odd’ deals made by ex Mr. Hugh Jull, minister of the Mill Mrs. Pearl Humphreys all of Salem ».
feet agreement with Taft and Nixon Republican chairman Gabrielsen and , City Christian church and Mrs. Jull were Thursday evening visitors at the X I’hone 3215
. MILL CITY
in this field. And none of these men ex-Senator Owen Brewster of Maine. ' are both at the camp. Lynn accom Jack Johnston's. A picnic luncheon
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have repudiated the Hitler-Stalin If a poll could be taken of all the 5 | panied the Julls and several others was enjoyed under the apple trees at
methods of smear technique as iden- percenters, the bribers, the income tax I of the youth group from Mill City the Johnston home.
tified by the word McCarthyisc.”
evaders and the other political crooks
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Scheiwek and
As to civil rights, the Republicans both in and out of office, I’ll wager |
family spent sometime the past two
have "doomed themselves to lose most it would show a majority to be Re- I
weeks attending the Assembly of God
of the negro and lubor vote because publicans, if that means anything. |
To Salem, Try
camp meeting at Brooks. The two
of their failure to adopt a platfrom The majority of Democrats are the
oldest Scheiwek children stayed at
141 N. Commercial St.
which would call for elimination of the working people who can’t afford to
Brooks for the two weeks meeting
and returned home with their parents
Has Everything for Your
As to Communism, Hartung said he
late Saturday evening.
recalled that some of the Communists
Mr. and Mrs. Clair Humphreys
exposed in public office were aides to I
visited at the Harley Scott home Fri
Republicans as well as to Democrats. I
Furniture and Bookkeeping Supplies
“Communists make no differenti-
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MILL CITY TAVERN