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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 30, 1952)
S—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE_____________________October 30, 1952
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TUFDE is NO SUBSTITUTE FOR EXPERIENCE
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Mrs. Conklin and he traveled over
a large part of the United States
during his years in the army. How
ever, when retired there was no hesi
tation on his part in choosing the
Willamette valley, and particularly
Marion county, as the place to live
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Hill, Asst. Cubmaster Ken Siler, Com
mitteemen Dub Stewart, Don Jenkins,
Successful Cub Pack ■ Charles
Harman, and Lee Knowles,
and the new cubmaster, Jim Hale con
Meeting Held Monday tributed to the discussion. Den
A successful Cub Pack meeting was Mothers present were Mesdames Hill,
held on October 27 with 43 boys pres Jenkins, Goodwin, Lempke, and
ent and 51 parents.
Refreshments were served by the
New boys were received into the
Pack with Clark Lethin, Scout exec host and hostess.
The committee stressed the fact
utive from Albany inducting the boys.
Ken Siler, assistant Cubmaster that all boys should work on for their
passed out many awards to the boys badges depending on their age and
which they had earned during the then if time permits they can work
i for arrow points for previous years.
Mrs. McNealy’s den 1 and Mrs.
The Mill City Enterprise
Goodwin's den 4 put on two enter
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taining skits, “The Lost Umbrellas”
and “Hallowe'en Witches Brew”.
A committee meeting was held on
October 30 at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Don Jenkins to plan the Novem
Jim Hale has accepted the job of
The theme chosen for November is
Mrs. Knowles’ den 2 and Mrs. Hill’s
den 5 will present skits at the next
Pack meeting, November 24 in line
with the Thanksgiving theme.
Those present were Chairman
and bring up his children. The Conk-
lins have a son, Charles, attending
Willamette university, Janet attend
ing Hazelgreen school, and Sheila at
He stated, the sheriff and his dep
uties are employed by you, your taxes
pay their wages, and you deserve
courteous service and respect from
them at all times.
office is but a link in law enforcement
and it must, therefore, co-operate
fully with the other law enforcement
agencies, including the district attor
ney whose office is not equipped or
staffed to do police work.”
Conklin pledges, “If elected sheriff,
I will co-operate fully with religious,
civic and other good government
groups, with special attention given
to youth problems.
“I will stop the tremendous turn
over of personnel by acquiring com
petent deputies and maintaining a
businesslike and equitable office,
which will tend to create the good
will necessary to hold these men.
"I will make the Civil Defense or-
ganizations, including the Sheriff's
Reserve, organizations for and of the
"I will attempt to extradite only
for good cause with the view always
in mind of saving the tax payer as
much as possible.
“I will eliminate overlapping of
enforcement functions between the
Sheriff, city and state police.”
Conklin is of the opinion that the
office of sheriff should not be held
longer than two terms. He indicated
that a number of times, a sheriff may
serve only two terms.
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On Highway 222, Linn County Side
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