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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 23, 1952)
T he MILL CITY
ID INI I
By DON PETERSON
This week we celebrate the 7th an
ON THE SCENIC NORTH SANT1AM HIGHWAY — GATEWAY TO THE HEART OF NATURE’S EMPIRE
niversary of the United Nations.
Time will tell whether it will grow
Vol. VIII—No. 43
stronger or be sabotaged in the same
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MILL CITY. OREGON. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 23, 1952
manner that the League of Nations
was destroyed. United Nations has
found a universal reception among
nations all over the globe and for that
reason will grow and become stronger
and more useful as an instrument of
“Peace on Earth, Good Will Towards
Because powers of the Oregon State
Sen. Wayne Morse of Oregon an
I Board of Control are so great, elected
nounced recently his support of Gov
The United Nations is our last hope officials who wield these powers must
ernor Adlai Stevenson for President..
for peace among nations who fear
The Oregon Republican senator cited
God and with the successful banding
as his reason for switching to Stev
The hoard of directors of the San-
together in the UN we can let the
tiam Memorial hospital Monday eve
Godless nations in the Russian orbit
ning authorized an enrollment cam
of influence know that we do not
paign which will be undertaken in
intend to permit any more of her
ruthless moving in on her neighbors.
Purpose of the drive is to givn
The strength of the UN is in its
in the communities served
ability to raise a fighting force strong
by the hospital an opportunity to be
enough to fight any other force that
come subscribers before the hospital
may be possible to organize against
Enrollment now, also, will
any member of the UN.
permit inclusion of names of those
If we allow the UN to become weak
subscribers on the memorial board
and unable to inforce its edicts we
which will be placed in the hospital
may as well throw the paper it is
written on into the fire and prepare
Copy for the Memorial board is in
to go it alone. Then we will soon
preparation, it was explained at the
find out how difficult it will be to
maintain our own strength, as our
stockpiles begin to diminish of the
now can qualify for a higher classi
products we need from other lands.
SEN. WAYNE MORSE
fication on the memorial board.
We do not find it necessary to
The drive for funds will be headed
maintain an army for the protection
MRS. EDITH S. GREEN
by R. L. Stewart with M. Van
of the state of Oregon, nor does Cali
Republican candidate's endorsement
Driesche as co-chairmen. There will
fornia find it necessary to do like be chosen for their integrity, ability,
of reactionary office-seekers of the
be four teams of workers with C. H.
wise, because we know that the fed and lack of self-interest.
Republican party and those closely
Darley, Jack Keudell, Mike Benedict
Mrs. Edith S. Green, Democratic
eral government will protect our
associated with Senator Taft of Ohio.
and Chris Neitling, as team captains.
rights from an enemy aggressor. It candidate for the office of Secretary
Senator Morse said in part:
The drive will open with a dinner
“The demagogery, double talk, and
can be so in the not too distant future of State, in a talk before faculty and
meeting which will be served by the
dangerous desertion by Eisenhower
in the world of tomorrow that nations
in this campaign of his once professed ' women’s auxiliary in the practically-
will no longer have armies of their at Eugene Friday emphasized that
Dav October 24
| women’s auxiliary in the practically
political principles leaves me with no
own but will depend upon the United
j complete west wing of the hospital
Week Oct. 19-25
honorable course of action but to di»
Nations forces to protect us from ers of the Board of Control.
| building. There will be report meet-
associate myself completely from hi»
outside troublemakers and bullies.
ings at noon luncheons in the Legion
in legislative matters. For several
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hall on November 5. 6 and 7.
Last week the editor of the Daily
An audit of hospital accounts has
Among other I
when in political desperation he now
Emerald, the University of Oregon's man for the PTA.
been made by W. N, Simmons, publie
student newspaper took the position
Although funds have
scionable compromises with the r»
that it would support the election of abuses in the state's civil service
been coming in regularity it was
Gov. Adlai E. Stevenson of Illinois
brought out that cash will be needed
I know he has.
for the presidency. The editor knew itics.
sorely between now and time of open
that his position was not popular with
ing. If the drive for new subscrip
the entire student body, but he felt it ish Civil Service was introduced at and inhabitant of Mill City, passed loggers in this area are again back hower has not been an easy one ts tions and collections do not come in
his duty to take a stand and he chose
“It’s a matter of record,” Mrs. Green away Sunday in a Salem hospital. at work and log trucks busily hum publican Senate to declare publicly fast enough it may be necessary to
negotiate a loan. Many substantial
said, “that two membars of the Board Services in his memory were con- ming up and down the roads. Clos for Eisenhower.
I think Larry Robert, Emerald ed
subscriptions are not payable until
of Control apneared at a closed com duceed in Weddle’s funeral chapel, ure of the woods because of threat of
"However, the Eisenhower I »up-
itor has set forth his reasons in such
late in 1953.
mittee hearing to testify for a bill
ported for the nomination is not th»
a manner that you may find food for
John G. O’Toole, hospital consult
ship on many western Oregon loggers. | Eisenhower who is dangling and dano
which would have wrecked the Stat« Lyman, Stayton.
thought in what he has to say. Be Civil Service system and thrown most
and Mrs. O’Toole, of Nyssa, at
Ellis Hill is survived by his widow
Accustomed to shut downs during I ing from campaign platforms at the
tended the board meeting. The board
low I print his editorial in full:
state employment to the naked polit Ethel Hill of Mill City, two daughter, hot summer months of low humidity; end of political puppet strings being
“The Oregon Daily Emerald will ical spoils system.”
Opal McRoberts, Mill City, and Donna and anticipating winter layoffs be jerked by some of the most evil and authorized installation of a paging
system in the hospital. Committees
support Governor Adlai Stevenson of
Mrs. Green also said the Stat« DeHutt, Salem; brothers, D. B. Hill, cause of wind and snow; loggers were reactionary forces in America pol-
were assigned also for assisting Mr.
Illinois for President of the United Board of Control can see that such Mill City banker, and Clyde Hill of reluctant to see nice October days itics.”
O’Toole in rounding up of personnel
incidents as the refusal to employ Salem, twin sisters, Elsie Potter of slipping by.
for hospital operation.
“We believe Governor Stevenson to an American-born Japanese war vet Mill City, and Gladys Trask, Fresno,
Despite the unseasonal dry weather,
I Every effort is to be made to em
be a man of outstanding intellectual eran because of his racial origin, do Calif.
humidity stayed above the 30 degree
ploy a competent manager.
and moral qualities, of uncompro not occur.
Interment was in the Lone Oak mark many days during the closure
mising principles and remarkable
“The power of these three officials, cemetery in Stayton. Further infor-
A number of Mehama men rest
nurse or not.
for good or evil,” extends to all state mation required for a complete obit less because of no work and not al
Other personnel to be employed
“In July the contest was even. In institutions, she emphasized.
“I uary for Ellis Hill was not available lowed to hunt in this area, volun
Oregon’s Walking Man, Paul Smith will include nurses, nurses’ aids.
October, it is no longer so.
think we should be constantly striving for publication in this week’s Enter teered for fire fighting duty at Mt of Mill City has issued a challengt
kitchen workers and a maintenance
“Governor Stevenson, through forth
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Hood during the closure.
regarding another 100-mile walk. man. Persons interested in any of
right stands on the campaign issues
This walk will take place largely in these positions may leave their names
and a clear grasp of domestic and
this vicinity. The century walk will at the hospital office.
foreign affairs, has advanced.
begin at Oregon’s capital building in
Mr. O’Toole or Mrs. O’Toole who is
HERE’S A SIGN YOU’D BETTER BELIEVE IN
“Dwight D. Eisenhower, through
Salem and continue from there to a registered nurse will be here for
failure to grapple with essential
| Davis Airport near Gates.
Smith the opening and for about a month
points, has fallen back.
on thereafter to assist in getting th*
the 100-mile walk. Smith contends hospital functioning smoothly. The
“We consider America's foreign
that the 100-mile walk in connection couple is now in charge of the hospital
policy the fundamental issue in this
with the ’52 Oregon State Fair was in Nyssa.
We believe a free and
not a bonafide walk. Strictly speak
Meetings of the board of director
heir share of ighway
peaceful world should be the goal of
ing. he claims, no one completed that will be held on the first and third
“On Labor Day in Grand Rapids,
Smith will compete with any and
Mich., Governor Stevenson said in
all comers in the scheduled 100-mile
walk. Smith’s challenge will have a j Seaman Harlin Gibson
, I believe the essential direc
duration of 30 days. After 30 days,
tion of our foreign policy is right—
if there are no contenders for the Home on Furlough
building the unity and collective
100-mile walk title, Smith will walk
Seaman Harlin Gibson, U.S.I.J5.T.
YOU CANT TfeLL HO'AJÎÔV ô T f By T m P'
strength of the free countries to pre
A one-half mile walking 799 crewman, returned from Korea,
vent the expansion of Soviet domin
T ricky ballot T itles - T á * e tpistó T ke P olls
course will be laid out on Davis Air- Thursday, October 18, after 10 months
ion and control over one nation after
port and Smith will do the main part service overseas. Gibson is spending
another. I think we must join other
of his 100-mile walk there.
the bulk of his 30-day furlough with
nations in building military, economic,
Smith says, “This is open for 30 his grandparents, the Sam Culwells
and political strength which can grad
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ually but surely lessen the relative
Gibson’s duty was aboard a ship
power of the Soviet Union on world
assigned to rescue work on United
Mrs. Brosig Opens New Nations pilot’ going down at sea. His
to date has rescued 25 pilots from
Cafe Saiurday at Gates ! , ship
the cold waters of the sea.
On Sept. 9 in San Francisco Gov-!
Seaman Gibson was a member of
ernor Stevenson said of communism
The “Chili Bowl" is Gates' newest
business. Mrs. Lois Brosig, 12 years the class of 1951 of Mill City high
He joined the service in
“ ‘Co-existence is not a form of |
Gates post office assistant, SaturdaJ j school.
passive acquisence in things as they
opened the new eatery located across September, 1951. Gibson will report
is waging the
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the street from the Gates post office , for further duty at Long Beach, CaL
freedom and tyranny by peaceful j
and in Wm. Hutcheson's building at the end of his 30-day furlough.
It will involve negotiation
Betty Hayward is helping in the op- [
and adjustment — compromise but
eration of the Chili Bowl, which spe
never appeasement—and I will never I
cialises in home made chili, sand
shrink from these if they advance
wiches, ham and eggs and soup
A DAUGHTER-To Mr. and Mrs.
the world toward secure peace. ,
The Chili Bowl remains open fol
Veness, Mill City, Oct. 23, at
“Eisenhower in his ‘ten points pre
business 11:30 a.m. to 2 a. m. eact.
sented in Philadelphia offers no new
day. The Chili Bowl is located be
Mr. and Mrs. Drew
solution to the struggle for peace and
sides the Gates' automatic laundry
Scott, .Mill City, October 22, at Salem
freedom. Naively he has called for
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‘liberation wtihout war,' a statement
by the Gates' tailor. Highway 222 Memorial hospital.
A DAUGHTER To Mr. and Mrs.
which is virtually meaningless.
borders a line of businesses in Gates
“Eisenhower charges bungling in
Luka, Lyons, October 21, at
Reprinted from the Oregon Journal.
Good Roads Alliance, Chartes Sprague, Pres.
Salem Memorial hospital.
Korea but offers no solution. Stev
lishment, the Chili Bowl.
enson says: "... if we had not chosen
to fight in Korea, sooner or
would have had to fight a bigger war
The memory of
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Edith Green Seeks
Sec. of State Post
Sen. Woyne Morse Hospital Board
Supports Stevenson Makes Final
throughout the World
Ellis Bulger’ Hill
Loggers Now Work,
Walking Man Smith
To MAKE BlG TRUCKS PAY
x / ote 3 i 8^ ÿes
See the Mill City Timberwolves vs. Scio, Friday Night, October 31