The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998, September 04, 1952, Page 2, Image 2

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    The MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
MILL CITY. OREGON
DON PETERSON, Publisher
Entered as second-class matter November 10, 1944 at the post office at
Mill City, Oregon, under the Act of March 1, 1879
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COMMODITY-NAS TLAYE.D A
ROMANTIC R ol V in HlTTöRY
by Williams
September 4, 1952
2—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
By Ed Nofziger
"JOE BEAVER"
«OMAN SOLDIERS WERE.
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(SALARluM)
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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. Pc'.itical Advertising 75c inch.
NATIONAL
EDITORIAL
•THE I'il’ER I II \l II \S NO ENEMIES HAS NO FRIENDS."
—George Putnam.
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Welcome To Detroit Dam
Motorists drive east and motorists drive west on high­
way 222 while The Enterprise is being published. It’s the
desire of the driver of each car that determines the way
it goes. The Enterprise hopes that in its small way that
many cars will go to and stop at Detroit dam, Saturday,
September 13. What we lack in the way of volume in at­
N0D€R n mam ms amo
tracting and conditioning the attention of the public to
TUt YINA.UTOUCH..
wumiER-PRuF S alt ­
open house at Detroit darft we hope we make up in sincere
salt THAT DEFIES
appeal.
O am P mess . nwííkakes
IH OCt> CUiHA SALT WAS SECOND
PO ü RS all T ue T ime
To CiOLD IN VALUE./
Detroit dam is vast; and its being lends prestige to
R ain or swine .'
the North Santiam. No amount of wishful thinking can
Forest Service. U. S. Department of Agriculture
bar its effect upon this community. The action of Con­
"Spruce and Douglas-fir seeds—man, there s tree planting for you!
solidated Builders Inc. in erecting this mighty dam
prompts silence. We are justly proud of Detroit dam.
The shape of General Eisenhower's
We envv the very new City of Detroit its name. It is so THE STEVENSON CAMPAIGN campaign
not yet clear. Victim of
The
big
drive
for
the
presidency
j
closely tied to the name Detroit dam. If the stick-to-it- has hardly started, yet the shape of too much is advice
from supporters of
iveness of Detroit dam rubs off on the City of Detroit, we Governor Stevenson’s campaign al­ widely divergent views, he has not yet
predict a flourishing city at the head of the North San­ ready is becoming apparent. And we demonstrated that he is the master of
“Everything for the Logger'
either right and left elements of his
tiam canyon.
like it.
party
or
his
own
campaign.
He
is
Facts and figures about Detroit dam are not half so The Democratic nominee already still floundering. He is fumbling
BASSETTS WELDING SHOP
has declared his independence from
effective in giving a picture of that structure as is a tour everyone
domestic
issues.
He
is
being
pushed
— including President Tru­
through that concrete and steel giant born of many hours man—and every group with special around by determined Republicans
Phone 116
Phone 1141
seeking to win his favor and shape
Sweet Home. Philomath
of labor. This rare first view given by the Corps of interests—including the veterans. He his
Branch Store Lyons
campaign.
Engineers can well be a treasured memory for thousands has picked his own campaign chair­ Frankly,
we hope this situation does
man and a new Democratic national
after Saturday, Sept. 13. Mill City in its own earnest chairman.
not obtain too long. We hope that
way will add to each guest’s stay a bit of the flavor of He has audaciously acknowledged, Eisenhower takes the helm, as Steven­
the folk who thrive in this beautiful canyon. The welcome at Chicago and in his now-famous son already has done, and that both
DR. MARK
candidates present the issues with j
mat is out at Detroit dam.
letter to The Journal, that there is
vigor and clarity.
corruption in Washington
In that case, and in that case only,
In contrast to the signs saying “Do not park” and entrenched
and that he will do his level best to
“Do not enter” will be signs of welcome and direction uproot it. He cites his record as can the American voters make the
REGISTERED OPTOMETRIST
right decision in November.—Oregon
towards and into the concrete structure of Detroit dam governor of Illinois as proof of his Journal.
Will be at his Mill City office in the Jenkins Building
itself. As if holding back some of the candy of apprecia­ competence to do so. He pledges a
Thursday afternoons 1 to 6 p.m.
drastic
change
without
burning
the
JUSTICE ARRIVES IN A WHEEL-
tion, will be the fact that the powerhouse for Detroit dam house down.
Also Thursday evenings by Appointment
( HAIR TOO LATE
is still in the construction stage. There doubtless will be He will emphasize his own experi­
What
’
s
wrong with Taft-Hartley?
another open house when that important addition is fin­ ence as an administrator, at federal
HOME OFFICE: 313 W. FIRST. ALBANY
Many things. Here’s another recent
ished. This will be another occasion when the Corps of and state levels, as one major argu­ example. More than a year ago auto­
Engineers can snap their suspenders and the people of the ment for his fitness to become presi-1 mobile salesmen in Portland began to
dent.
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North Santiam extend a hand of welcome.
He will accept and defend the broad , organize a union. In November of
last year, an election was held by the
Those who have not visited Detroit dam recently will objectives of the Truman administra- NLRB. The auto salesmen won their
be impressed with the idea that great strides have been tion and the Democratic party, with­ election and the auto employers im­
accepting responsibility for their
taken for the comfort of motorists. The highway leading out
In Our Quality Guaranteed Used Cars.
specific failures of omission and com­ mediately launched a campaign of re-1
to the dam is now a ribbon of good, solid pavement. Big mission. (His opponent already has taliation against the salesmen.
Check This List:
Salesmen were discharged for union |
Cliff is now in the formative stage; much as was Detroit accepted and attempted to place be­ activity.
1951
Chrysler Imperial 4-Door Sedan
Dealers refused to bargain I
dam since 1949. Big Cliff apes that giant, Detroit dam. yond politics the great social gains with the union.
Radio. Heater; Power Steering; Power Brakes; Electric Window­
Union
salesmen
were
j
the past two Democratic adminis­
lifts; Whitewall Tires and Safety Tubes; Spot Lights. A real
We hope the same measure of co-operation can be reached of
discriminated
against
by
their
em-1
trations.)
buy; like new.
on open house for Detroit dam as took place during the He will continue to state his objec­ ployers.
1949
Cadillac ‘*62" 4-Door Sedan
state soft-ball tournament on Mill City's Allen Field re­ tions to “the drift toward centraliza­ Of course, the union filed unfair
Radio, Heater; Custom Seat Covers.
A streamlined beauty.
labor
practice
charges.
But
not
until
cently. Mr. and Mrs. Motorist point that shiny auto this- tion of power in Washington". He this July—eight months after the first 1948 Chrysler Windsor 4-Door Sedan
a-way on Detroit dam day. Don’t live with the regret of will continue to emphasize his favorite election has the NLRB been able to
Air Conditioned; Heating System: Almost New Tires. Beautiful
that government should be as 1
Light Green Color. Fine Scotch Plaid Upholstery. Very clean
having missed a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
We theme
get
around
to
ordering
a
hearing
in
the
5
small in scope and local in character
in every way.
charges.
' The hearing will be in I
know whereof we speak.
as possible.
1948
Dodge Custom Club Coupe
September, If the firms are found
Editorial Comments
Gooch Logging Supply
I
lAHHIIKIMN
WE TAKE PRIDE
He will espouse and defend the
broad objectives of the Truman for-1 guilty and ordered to reinstate the
eign policy, much of which the Re­ men it will 1 be a full year from the
time of the • first election before that
publican nominee has accepted.
He will welcome the support of or-I happens.
Meanwhile what has happened to
ganized labor but he has not modified j
his personal conviction that the Taft- j the auto salesmen who were fired in j
Deprived of their
Hartley act contains some good, some , the first place?
bad provisions. He’s a modification-j livelihood by anti-union employers,
how have they and their families man-1
ist. not an abolitionist.
He will emphasize his belief that a aged to exist? If the NLRB orders,
sharper eye should be cast upon gov­ their reinstatement and compensation
ernment spending on both foreign and for time lost, will many of them still
And how
domestic fronts. He will thus try to be around to receive it?
live up to his reputation for being a much does it take to compensate a
careful man with a taxpayer's dollar. man and his family for a full year of
And. most important of all Governor worrying about unpaid bills, anxiety
Stevenson has indicated quite clearly over the future, the day-to-day grind
that he will not duck any issues, no of trying to meet present-day living
matter how hot they may be. His de­ costs when you haven't got a job?
The NLRB's final verdict may be in
termination to face and clean up “the
mess in Washington" and his clearcut favor of the auto salesmen but the
stand on the offshore oil and Mc­ real victory will go to the anti-union '
Carthy issues are at once refreshing employers and to the Taft-Hartley
politicians who passed and supported
and reassuring.
the law.
Justice, some say, is blind. But, it
remained for Taft-Hartley to cripple
her up and put her in a wheel chair
so that Justice arrives, if at all, too
late to punish the wrong-doers, too
late to rescue the wronged. — From
Oregon Teamster.
Feeds
Seeds
Fertilizers
MILL CITY MEAT MARKET
()t All Kinds In Stock
Quality Meats and Groceries
SANTIAM FARMERS CO-OP
FOOD LOCKERS
Feed«
Seed*
Fertiliser
Telephone 5024
Grinding and Mixing
t u«tom ( leaning
Seed Marketing
Household \pplianre«
Machinery
Hardware
Petroleum Produrla
STAYTON, ORE.
FROZEN FOODS
Radio. Heater; New Tires; Seat Covers.
Priced right.
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A nice clean car.
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Automobile Co.
I Salem
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Open Saturday Afternoons—Evenings by Appointment '
405 — 435 — 495 N. Commercial St.
Phone 3-4117
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Special Announcement
We have added another pharmacy to
“The Quisenberry Pharmacies, that operate as one”
130 S. Liberty St.z Salem
The new pharmacy will be open until 11:00 o’clock
at night op week days and from 12:00 noon until 2:00
P.M. and 6:00 until 9:00 in the evenings on all Sundays
and all holidays.
There we will specialize in prescriptions and stock
will be limited to medicines and sick room supplies.
our prescriptions will be on file there as well as
at the other locations and will be available, for vour
convenience, these longer hours.
The new location is 130 South Liberty Street, and
the phone number is 4-3336. However, if vou dial the
Court Street number, 3-9123. and that store is closed,
the call will be relayed.
We are pleased to be able to offer this kind of pre­
scription sen ice and to have it available these longer
hours.
Quisenberry Pharmacies
"THAT OPERATE AS ONE”
FOR 24-HOI R SERVICE DAILY DIAL 3-9123