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6—The Mill City Enterprise, Thursday, Dec. 25, 197.»
Darrin Goffin Honored
With Surprise Party
THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
P. <». BOX SIH
Mil.I. CITY. ORE. !»7SM
Published at Mill City, Marlon County, lire, every Thursday.
Entered as Second Class Mail Mattter at the Post Office at Mill
City, Oregon, under the act of Congress of March 3. 1879.
The Mill City Enterprise assume» no financial responsibility
for errors in advertisements. It will, however, reprint without
charge or cancel the charge for thut portion of an advertise
ment which is in error if the Enterprise Is nt fault. An Inde
pendent newspaper, dedicated to the development of the
timber Industry and agriculture in this area.
Darin Goffin was surprised
with a party honoring him on
This is the season which,
his 10th birthday on Dec. 10. more tiian any other time of
His mother had arranged to year, invites us to reaffirm
have Cub Scout Den Three* our deepest personal beliefs
meet at the Goffin residence and our lasting commitment to
after school to make tree de family, to friends, and to
corations for the pack meet brotherhood.
These holidays bring us the
Following the meeting a simple pleasures of sharing
supper was served.
I decorating the tree . . . ex
Helping Darin blow out the changing thoughtful gifts . . .
candles on his cake were warm and festive reunions . . .'
Marion-Linn Counties, per year .......... ........
Frank Shepard, Yancy Jelen- thinking about
Outside Marian-Linn Counties, per year......
Outside Oregon, per year ...................... ......
iewski. Charles Loftin, Richie loved ones fat away and
Stinson. Randy Bilyeu. and knowing they are thinking of
___ Editor and Publisher
Jerome Zynd i Also at the us.
RAYMOND E. PRESLER
party were Russ, Anita and ( It is especially important to I
Society and Newt Editor
Society and New» Editor
.remember that we truly share'
_____ Local New» Editor
I our blessings when we share
Local New» Editor
them with those upon whom
fortune has not smiled so
_____ Eva Hrrsslw
brightly ... to extend a help
Mra John Teeter»
.May the warmth of this
ing hand, not in charity but in
great holiday fill all
And, what better time to’I
Implementatii'n of Oregon’s
the world with joy and
new law requiring vaccination strengthen family bonds of '
of dogs for rabies before they faith and love? What better,
can be licensed is proving con- time for spiritual fence-mend-|
What better time to re- I
I fusing to many people.
by Kevin Long
The law becomes effective olve old confite s?
• The past week at Santiam
¡Jan. 1, 1976, and this is also
What better time to willing-*
I the date the new licensing ly assume a larger share of |
1 was filled with th«* Christmas
FEDERALIZATION WON’T HELP JOBLESS
i spirit. On Monday traces of
I period starts in most counties. the responsibility for the I
a move —
I The problem is—what consti- maintenance of human dignity ! , There
------- - is .................
...... Christmas were ail over, bull
I tutes proof of a valid vaccina apd the survival of truth com- Plo-vment Compensation System from its present federal-state etin boards were a constant
(structure to a totally federalized one.
Fronk and Mary Ellen tion. since, in the past. * passion and peace?
reminder that Christmas was
action would throw another basically sound
variety of certificates of inno-; As Governor of Oregon, and program into the morass of federal bureaucracy. A federalized just around the corner. On
I on behalf of my family, I ex- system would lx? more costly to implement, less efficient und Monday night the first work
culation have been used.
-__ a!___ and
__ » rigid to the core.
shop for the Mill City Civic
The Ore. Dept of Agricul- 1 fz.rxrl
tend holiday greetings
Certainly the existing Unemployment Compensation Sys Theater was held in th«* Audi-
ture’s Animal Health Division best wishes to all.
tem isn't perfect, but overall it has worked well since it began torium.
• and the Ore. State Div. of J
in 1935. Most importantly, it has been flexible So long as the
Tuesday was like any other
Health are recommending that I
Governor of Oregon
states have met federal minimum standards, they have been day of the week for a change.
1 county licensing authorities!
able to implement their own programs to meet local conditions
accept any rabies vaccination I
The basketball team was not
certificate signed by a deputy
The unemployed have been well served over the years, in playing, instead the High
state veterinarian as evidence
some cases too well Benefit awards to fraudulent claimants, School Band and Choir, and the
by Eva Bressler
strikers, retirees and summer vacationing public school em Grade School Band presented
’of immunity, regardless of the
Miss Teresa Pietrok of Port- ployees have drained the system’s coffers and perverted the th«*lr Christmas program for
date of termination of the
|land was a weekend guest at intent of law.
This is one reason why industry — which foots the bill
The two agencies involved in the home of her mother and for unemployment
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iu U| in HI1UI11 <JI
of . Thursday , night grades
¡administering the new law are sister, Mrs. Anne Pietrok and a national commission on unemployment (as suggested by oergarten through eighth put
i making this recommendation ' Louise.
the Federal Advisory Council). The commission would study "n their Christmas program
I because many certificates used
Michael Stuckhart was tak- such issues as benefit levels, duration of benefits and elimin- for the public consisting of
i singing, acting, anil placing
in the past did not indicate the en to the Santiam Memorial ation of abu.-e-. etc
The present system needs overhauling not a federal take-.()f mus|cal instruments.
length of immunity or the date hospital Thursday, December
re-vaccination would be nec-! 18. when he received a broken over. Congress should leave the system where it belongs — in. | On Friday there were club
the states and not in the bureaucratic swamp of Washington.1
| le8 while employed at Stuck-
'meetings: among these were,
Vaccinations conducted af- art Lumber Company at Idan- ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1 ! F.B.L.A., Pep Club. Honor So
ter Jan. 1, 1976, will be certi- ha.
ciety and Chess Club. At 3 lie
fied uniformly on forms pro-1 Mr. and Mrs. Doug Ames
there was a pep assembly in
vided by the Ore. State Health and daughters from Alameda,
the gym. At this time, Boy
Div. and distributed to veter California are visiting at the
and Girl of the Month were
inarians by the Ore. Dept, of home of Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
nominated They were Mike
Agriculture. The new forms liam Grimes,
Morgan and Jill Krecklow.
will provide information on ‘ Mrs. Carrie Osburn retum-
Friday and Saturday the
the date of vaccination and ed home Saturday evening af-
Wolverines traveled to Con
the length of immunity or the ter spending some time at the
cordia Lutheran to participate
date re-vaccination will be home of her grandaughter,
in the Portland Invitational
Mrs. Ron Taylor and family
Classic. Friday night the Wol
Joint Ownership—The Old Love Trap
The temporary regulations at Lake Oswego
verines had no trouble hand
Miles of smiles, much
or slopping payment on checks
By Willis W. Alexander
established for implementing I Miss Susan Neal and Doug
ling the Cardinals of Corbett
Executive Vice President
merriment, all good things the law will be reviewed be- Pederson have arrived home
School. Saturday night
by state tax agents.
American Banters Association
be yours during this
fore Feb. 2, 1976, and perman-j to spend the holidays. They
the Wolverines lost 95-81 to
ent regulations promulgated, iare both students at Pierrie
Concordia Lutheran High
When you and your spouse
or widower could be unneces
In most of the state’s coun-1 Bible Institute at Alberta,
tied the knot, whether 50 years
sarily strapped for funds. To
ties, rabies vaccination clinics Canada.
ago or six months ago, you
The Wolverines won the
avoid this possibility, the ABA
probably agreed that your part
will be slated sometime during
Relatives and friends receiv
recommends that each partner
nership would be complete in
the week of Jan. 12-17 by ed word that Hershel CulwelL
placed three people on the all
retain some funds in his or her
every respect. No longer would
county units of the State Vet of Salem, and a former resi
tourney team. Not a bad weeks
things be “mine" and “youn;"
erinarian Medical Assn. Those dent here, recently underwent
work. Keep it up!
Then, too, there are instances
everything would be "ours."
dates will be announced locally surgery at the University of
in which joint bank accounts
by the committees arranging Oregon Medical Hospital in
And after all, isn't that as it
may be subject to gift taxes.
should be? American tradition
| Portland. Last reports were
Christmas Party Held
The Internal Revenue Service
that he was doing very well.
considers that in most cases,
If the number following Mr. and Mrs. Norman John ily based on sound financial the funds held in a joint account
were the high points of the
have been deposited by the hus
your name on The En were weekend guests at the
Christmas party held Friday,
The American Bankers As
band. If the wife should sub
Howard and Jana
Dec. 19, at Yarn, Etc In at
terprise label reads home of her parents, Mr. and sociation (ABA) points out that sequently remove an amount
tendance were Elisa Syverson,
there are both advantages and
above the husband's exemptions
12-75 it's time to send Sunday dinner guests were Mr. disadvantages in legal joint own (under gift and tax laws) to pur Jaci Zynda, Beverly Sullivan,
a check for renewal.
and Mrs. Earl Hampton and
considered when either begin
name, gift taxes would be
and Gail Kirsch.
Shelley from Newport, and
ning or reviewing the financial
levied Obviously, where funds
Mrs. Mueller will schedule
David Hampton, of Corvallis.
base of a marital partnership.
are deposited by both parties,
Phone 854-3713 For
another exhibition of the
adequate records should be kept
On the plus side of “joint
work done by these girls after
to avoid the gift designation.
ownership with right of surviv
the new year, as everyone was
orship," there are two big
And don’t forget safe deposit
too busy preparing for the
boxes These, too, are generally
points. The property (real es
holidays to come and see the
tate, bank accounts or securi
scaled by law upon the death of
beautiful work they are doing
Required For Dogs
Detroit Patio and
Sarahs Beauty Salon
The Lake Lodge
ties) passes immediately to the
survivor, and many administra
tive costs of settling an estate
But let's look at two per
«onal hankin? situations where
prol Icms can develop, In i a
jointly held bank account, it’s
usually possible for one of the
owners to withdraw all the
money with'-it the consent of
the oth< r and that in itself
c' Id c i se problems. When
or . party dies, however, the ac-
c >i:nt may be scaled, with the
bank ending withdrawals and/
0 Holt) Ni iht
In the spirit of Ch, stmas,
joy and peace to the world.
Special gr di.'gs to all ot r
friends ar d i: ghbors.
Warm wishes for a Christmas
full of peace and happiness.
Special “thanks" to all our
customers and friends.
one owner until the appropriate
taxing authority has taken an
inventory for st.de inheritance
tax purposes. Consequently, the
ABA advises that duplicate
copies of all wdls. insurance
p.ipc-rs and burial instria turns
be retained at home or another
I or all of the “ins and otils"
of joint ownership, consult your
financial planner, lawyer or
bank trust officer Like mar
riage. it's a complex business
and shouldn't be entered into
The Student Action Group Of Santiam
High School Will Be Glad To Help
Elderly, or Disabled People and
There 1$ No Charge. All Work Is Done By
Santiam High School Students.
For More Information Phone
With special thanks
to all our friends,
We send best wishes
to one and all.
Mr. and Mr«. Lee E. Hopson, Sr.