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The MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
MILL CITY, OREGON
DON PEARSON, Publisher
Entered a* second-clase matter November 10, 1944 at the poet office at
Mill City, Oregon, uftder the Act of March 3. 1x79.
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THE PAPER THAT HAS NO ENEMIES HAS NO FRIENDS.”
George Pu: am.
If ever in our history as a nation we need to have
FAITH, it is now. Christianity is the greatest single
force which influences the minds of men. The basis of
Christianity is FAITH, no matter how many people may
have perverted, or misinterpreted the meaning of this
great force, and no matter how many dogmas and creeds
have been created in its name, which do not reflect its
We all want to see peace restored to the world. The
sum and substance of the teachings and the achievements
of Christ, which may have been interpreted as “miracles”,
Form Servie*. U. S. Department of Agriculture
were based on FAITH. The phenomena of “miracles”
"Oh, quiet! Your mother is out on a conservation job—planting trees
are produced through the state of mind known as FAITH.
with some club women."
Some of our present day teachers of religion, and many
who call themselves Christians, neither understand nor
Tonight, as I write, I am thinking of a man who
ters for parents who are happy to be
became known to all civilization—Mohandas Gandhi, of Out DELINQUENT
in Ardenwald is a scout master "d of their teen-agers so that they
In this man the world had one of the most who is fed up. He writes anony- [be free ior adult pursuits. Many
astounding examples known to civilization, of the possi mously in the community newspaper: a neighborhood lacks a Boy Scout
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bilities of FAITH. Gandhi wielded more potential power
I have two girls and no boys
| Girls unit because no parent will take
than any man living at the time, and this, despite the fact will not deprive them of the fun we | the responsibility that is assumed by
that he had none of the orthodox tools of power, such as as a family can have camping this the selfless few elsewhere.
in order to take your boys
money, battleships, soldiers, and materials of warfare. summer
With the hiking and camping sea
out. I will continue to take the re
Gandhi had no money, he had no home, he did not even sponsibility of scout master only if son coming on, it is a good time for
own a suit of clothes, but HE DID HAVE POWER. How you fathers will give me your assist- parents to ponder the quality of their
response to the recreational and edu
did he come by that power?
needs of their children and
jaded leader has 30 boys under
HE CREATED IT OUT OF HIS UNDERSTAND his The
wing for all-day hikes, overnight the childrens’ friends. Else they may
ING OF THE PRINCIPLE OF FAITH AND THROUGH camping trips and the continual quest find cause for embarrassment when
HIS ABILITY TO TRANSPLANT THAT FAITH INTO for merit badges. With the summer they open the kids’ candy and cigars
Mother’s day and Father’s day.—
THE MINDS OF 200 MILLION PEOPLE! Gandhi ac season on the w’ay, he asked the boys’ on
From the Oregonian.
complished, through the influence of FAITH, that which
peal went entirely unheeded.
the strongest military power on earth could not, and never other
brought out one father and one SHOWDOWN ON PUBLIC POWER
will accomplish through soldiers and military equipment, mother out of the score or so families
Says Labor, national weekly labor
A bombs and H bombs.
newspaper: For a tip-off on where
Look at the inscription on the coins in your pocket! The scout master can be forgiven Oregon's
former governor, Douglas
his outburst. The spirit of frustra- j
Four words, “In God We Trust”. Trust—that means tion from which it springs is shared McKay, now Secretary of the Interior,
by other youth leaders who enjoy their stands on public power w^itch the
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company to build these smaller dams.
The hearing had been postponed from
April 13 to May 13 so that the ap
plication could be handled and decision
rendered by a commission controlled
by the Republicans.
McKay has been cautious on his
i statements about public vs. private
power since taking office. But, con
"Watch for the showdown when the
FPC hearings begin. Then testimony
by Interior Department spokesmen
will show just where McKay stands
on the Hell's Canyon issue and, inci
dentally, on other public power proj
ects.”—From the Oregon Teamster.
painfully difficult circumstances, to
I an ideal of such vast importance to
. the world.
We may only hope that his suc
cessor, giving as much, may receive
1 more co-operation from a Soviet bloc
that, for one reason or another, ap
pears to be seeing at least the tactical
advantages of co-operation in the im
mediate period that lies ahead.—From
Christian Science Monitor.
The General Accounting Office is
million in gov
ernment subsidies from the American
The GAO says the
company was overpaid by that amount
for the passenger liners, USS Inde
pendence and USS Constitution. The
government built those two ships at
a cost of $56 million, and then sold
them to American Export Lines for
$28Vz million — at your expense, of
course. Wonder if the prefix “USS”
on American vessels means "Uncle
* ♦ ♦
The majority leader of the Illinois
state senate received a postcard from
a constituent who wants rent controls
retained because he can't afford to pay
any more rent. Said the postcard:
“I am a laborer . . . and my income
is smaller than my outcome.”
* • •
Our 2 Secretaries of State met for
lunch recently over the Greek ships
Dulles announced that
Sen. McCarthy’s deal with the Greek
shipowners was in the public interest
after all. All in all, the Dulles-Mc
Carthy meeting has the earmarks of
I an attempt to placate the Winconsin
senator — a form of appeasement
which is likely to bring little lasting
peace to the embattled administra
To Our New Office
THANK YOU, MR. LIE
1144 Center St.
This week the office of Secretary-
I)R. R. REYNOLDS
I General of the United Nations changes
The Norwegian Trygve Lie
steps out and the Swedish Dag Ham-
Phone 3 9460
marskjoeld steps in.
may well be proud of furnishing two
such sons for the crucial and exacting
post at the helm of the world organ- I Illlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll
For Mr. Lie it has been a heart-
' breaking experience in some ways, and
yet a rewarding one, too.
He has seen the UN through seven
disillusioning postwar year» and its
first real trial by fire up to what may
be the eve of a Korean truce. And
that, as he says, would be “a great
victory for the principle of collective
security under the United Nations, to
which I have always endeavored to
give my full loyalty.”
That loyalty has won him the bitter
hostility of the Russians as part and
parcel of their hostility to the UN
action in Korea. It has also, unfor
tunately, won him the censure and
suspicion of some Americans who be
lieve that the UN should be nothing
more than the obedient instrument of
United States policy.
Mr. Lie concluded his farewell i
speech by saying that if he had made
mistakes, “please forgive me.” His
tory will do more than forgive him;
it will praise him warmly for his self
sacrificing and pioneer service, under |
M c C ulloch
POWER CHAIN SAWS
MILL CITY MEAT MARKET
April 16, 1953
work but resent serving as baby sit- Federal Power Commission’s hearings
on May 13.
The federal government, under the
Truman administration, had proposed
to build Hell’s Canyon dam for power,
irrigation and floor! control purposes.
The Idaho Power company also wants
to build several smaller dams which
would prevent construction of the
(Heard over KPOJ, Portland, at 10:15
The FPC hearing May 13 will be
p.m., Monday througii Friday)
on the application of the Idaho Power
Open Elimination Tournament
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