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NEW S, FRIDAY . FEBRUARY 24. 1928
Colonel Charles A. Lindbergh visited 17 cities in 14 Foster Myers was home from O. A. Hyan, became chief deputy
j countries between December 13 and February 13, thus ' • °ver the w e e k e n d .
treasurer, following eight years o
( successfully defying the 13 superstition. In response Portland on Momlav
He «a s graduated from the
Mrs. Ed. Still visited relatives in Salem high school, took a pre-law
G. E. Parks, Editor and Publisher
! ardous flights, he scouted the idea of retiring.
In fact, Portland several days lgst week.
course at Heed college in
Misa Ruth Glover came home from
Weekly on Fridays at Estacada, Oregon ' he almost “ went up in the air.’’
Eastern Clackamas News
F.ntfred in the postoffice o f Estacada, Oregon,
Clackamas County, one year, $1.50; Outside the county and in the
sstate o f Oregon, one year, $2; Outside the state o f Oregon, one
year, $2.50. Subscriptions are payable in advance.
| Portland to spend the week end al
Fred Kheburg, who is a member o'
The fellow who IS so much interested in working o u t the police force o f Portland visited
a world peace plan ought to get some valuable experience at the home o f his brother curl on
in working out a peace plan for some of the church organ- Friday o f last week,
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zations that really would work.
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R s- cLlark’ who ll'jed for man>' |
| years in this vicinity, died last week
Portland after a long: illness. He I
is survived by two sons, Murray who
There are good indications for a large crop of candi- lives on the home place, and carl, o f
COST OF RED TA PE
Mrs. Clark died just v
dates in Clackamas county this year.
few mouths ago.
Income tax from more than two million persons In the
Lambing is in progress on a num- '
¡ternoon visiting Mrs. C. E. Reed am ! bee o f farms in the vicinity. Among
United States costs the government more to collect it than
Mrs. George Howell in Carlys Addi the arrivals at the Homer G lo v e r:
their total tax amounts to, according to a statement made
ranch there has been fiv e sets of J
by representatives of a national business women's organi
Mr. and Mrs. McDonald, Mr. am ’ twins and one set o f trip le U
zation to a committee o f congress recently.
Mrs. B. A. Cogswell and Mr. an.
A number frifm here are planning
It was declared that while the taxpayers paid an aver V IO L A , Feb. 23.— (S p ecial).— Mrs. Forest Erickson attended a card to attend the county Sunday sehoo
Mrs. Kay M iller and daughter Bernice
age of only $2.23, the handling of their returns and other and Mrs. J. Randolph were callers at party at the Johrt Keller home in convention at Springwater on Friday
Dodge Saturday evening.
A nunlber o f Kood speakers are to
administrative expenses involved amounted to an average the Taunler home last week.
Sunday guests at the Joe Guttr.dge i be preSent and special music is being
E. D. Linn o f Estacada was a week
o f more than $2.50.
home were Mr. and Mrs. John E gret p|allned.
A basket dinner will be
The same situation exists with respect to thousands of end visitor at the John Mattoon man and fam ily and Mr. and Mrs. served at noon, and in the evening !
Don al d J. R yan
small taxpayers’ returns which ¿me sent back for investiga
Bauchspies o f Portland.
the Ladies Aid o f Springwater will '
Graham was a substitute
Mrs. Everett Shibley and Miss Elve j serve supper.
tion and revision by officials in the field. Even when an for Andrew
from the law
the Estacada Route 2 mail carrier shjb,ey were caI|injt on M„ Hobg3n
Quite a few from Eagle Creek ifre school o f Willamette University, be
error is found which yields a small sum, the cost of hand a few days last week.
attending the revival meetings at the ing admitted to the liar in 1921.
ling the matter results in a net loss to the government. An
Mr. and Mrs. Ray
Mrs. Earl Shibley and children vis Estacada Methodist church.
A fte r his return to Oregon City
moved into the house recently vacat- [te(| re)atives in PortUnd Saturday.
actual case will illustrate:
Mr. Ryan had charge o f his father’s
In making up his return, a small income taxpayer in
Several friends were entertained at ]
He acted as chief deputy
Rev. C. T. Cook
Estacada the John Marshall home Sunday.
cluded in his expense an item incident to the removal of preached
sheriff o f Clackamas county, and for
a good sermon at the M.
his plant from one building to another. Under the law E. church last Sunday. He will be
mgre than two year was engage I in
Portland fo r treatment a couple of
the practice o f law. In 1920 he was
such an expense is not deductible. A deputy collector here every other Sunday until fur to
weeks ago, is home and is improving
spent part of two days investigating the return; the tax- ther notice.
rapidly in health and strength.
Gladstone No. i precinct and served
piiy.-r had to make two visits to the deputy’s office to sub Mrs. H. M. Brown, son and daugh Guests at the H enry Cromer home
as secretary o f the county central
mit his books and make explanations; several typewritten ter Mynard and Phyllis, were dinner Sunday were Miss A lice Nielson and
committee during the eainua g.’. in
guests at the C. Lander home in
Harold Stearns o f Sherwood and Geo. I F1LES A S C A N D A D A T E F O R T H E which Senator Steiwer and Governor
pages were required in making up an official report, the Clackamas Monday.
Russell Jones o f Troutdale.
I Patterson were elected,
net result of all which was the collection of $6.76 addi J. G. Hamilton was in Oregon City and Floyd
R EPU BLICAN N O M INATION
Erickson ar.d fam ily o f Port-
j On May 15, 1927, Mr. Ryan Was
tional tax. The time and labor involved in the “ investi on business last week.
land visited Sunday with his parents,
TO SUCCEED SELF
chosen by the county court as county
gation" by all concerned must have been worth at least
upon the resignation o f Fred
were Friday visitors at the John Mat- j
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Vail were
$25, possibly much more.
I A. Miller and served s nee that time.
callers Monday evening at the Mad
It does seem that there might be a simplification of
County Clerk Donald J. Ryan has lie was recently elected treasurer o f
announced his candidacy fo r nomina- the County
Clerks’ association of
income tax procedure which would eliminate much of the Springfield Wednesday to be with her den home.
Gilbert Lewellen o f Portland spent
and election for that o ffic e and ; Oregon.
He is a member o f the
costly red tape which now surrounds it. But it is perhaps daughter who was recently operated the week end with his father, E. E. tion
wdi enter the primary as a republi , Clackamas County Bar association
i.oo much to hope that anything of the kind will be done. on at the Eugene hospital.
and is married.
Mrs. H. M. Brown visited the U.
Mrs. Wilson and her daughter Mrs.
S. fish hatchery Thursday. The sal Barstad, were visiting relatives in
He moved to Salem in 1910,: Every person receiving the News
mon and trout are now large enough
Vancouver, Washington, Friday. The when his f atht.r, tht. late Thomas F
iw is paid-in-advance.
to be put into the Columbia river by Burstuds and Wilson are living in
THE PROPOSED N A V Y PROGRAM
the millions. It certainly is a won the Jim Guttridge house.
The “ big navy" program, a bill for the establishment derful sight.
of which is now before congress, provides for the building Mrs. Andrew Graham was a visitor
of 71 ships at an estimated cost of $740,000,000 and 1,490 at the Ray Heins home Friday.
Ben Strickner, a stockbuyer from
airplanes at a cost of $60,000,000. Quite a large sum to Beaver
Creek, was a business visitor
spend without even a prospect of a war!
The News believes that the United States should be Mrs. Low ter o f Portland arrived
E A G L E C REEK, Feb. 23.— (Spe
prepared for war, at all times. Had this country been here last w-eek to be with her little
thoroughly prepared for battle, it is not likely that it son Donald who has been very ill at c ia l).— Mrs. Trullinger spent several
home o f his grandmother, Mrs. days last week with her sister, Mrs.
would have been drawn into the late conflict. Prepared the
Bertha Storey in Oregon City.
ness, in our opinion, is and always will be the most effect Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Mattoon and Grant Test made a business trip
ive method of keeping out of war.
son Arthur were dinner guests of to Oregon City Monday.
But why build expensive battleships which could be Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mattoon in Ore W alter Glover was confined to his
home by illness last week.
destroyed by a very few bombing planes? Sixty million gon City Sunday.
Mrs. Miller and Bernice called or.
Mrs. Mae Munger and daughters
for building airplanes and training men to handle them Mrs. Dubois o f Estacada Monday a f Florence
and M arjorie are spending
in case o f emergency, appears to us to be in keeping with ternoon.
the week with Mrs. Munger’s s'stei
tlu‘ needs of protection for the United States. But, the
Mrs. M iller le ft fo r her home at Mrs. Charles Moenke, near Forpst '
McMinnville Tuesday, V ictor Ficken Grove.
batth ships— that is too much for us to understand.
TJieron Smith o f Portland spent
Just as well talk of doing away with the sheriff and taking her to Oregon City going by
o f Clackamas and calling on her the the week end working at the C.
police as to do away with the army and navy, but there is way
sister, Mrs. Charlie Landers at that L. Chambers ranch.
a lit lit. Give us ample protection in the air, and keep the place.
A. C. Cogswell drove to Portland
navy up to its present standard should suffice. Protec The bridge gang were out and re Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Saunders and
tion is necessary, and always will be necessary, but the paired the Viola bridge Wednesday.
fam ily and Mr. and Mrs. Rittman
biggest navy in the world without protection in the air
from Portland spent Sunday at the
would be worth little in case of war today.
Miss Beulah Barnett
Flora Haysany spent the week end
Cosmos is only one o f
with Mr. and Mrs. Martin near Os
THE OREGON C ITY-PO RTLAN D H IG H W A Y
the many garden annual*
SP R IN G W A T E R , Feb. 23.— (Spe- wego.
On Saturday they attended
suitable fo r cutting.
The Oregon City Chamber of Commerce is now try c itl).— There is much sickness in this the teachers’ institute at Willamette.
neighborhood at present, hardly a
ing to get another highway to Portland, at a cost of ap-
family escaping, and with about half Igram at the school house Friday eve-
pro.ximately one-quarter o f a million dollars, and another the school children absent.
The proceeds amounted $31.
expensive bridge across the Willamette. There are two
The farmers are all busy in the Outside talent assisting with the pro
direct highways now between the two cities and with the fields now when the weather permits gram were Henry Suter, cartoonist
Every yard in which there is sunshine and fair
exception of about three miles still another highway eon- getting in the spring grain and many Mrs. Koller, Mrs. Felker and 'Mr.
soil can be made much more attractive and enjoy
are reseeding wheat which was winter Fest, soloists, with Mrs. Stevens, ac
neetirg Portland with our county se;it.
able w ith a few beds and borders o f annual garden
companist. One feature o f the p ro -:
1 he time will come, no doubt, when another highway
flowers. Inexpensive, easy to grow and interesting
A t the church last Thursday the gram was a trio on the piano by C a rl,,
will be necessary, but at the present time, and for several Ladies Aid held an all-day meeting W ilbur and Bobby Rheburg.
to every member o f the family. Select packets now.
years to come, such a road is not as much needed as many and tied five comforts besides hav Mr. and Mrs. Russell and Mr. and
highways are needed in other sections of Clackamas ing the regular business session in Mrs. Parsons from Portland spent
county. If those Oregon City boosters would take the the afternoon. There were ten mem Sunday at the A. D. Bennett home,
bers and several visitors present.
are sisters o f Mrs. Bennett.
A few of the
opportunity to study road conditions in Eastern Clack- J. J. Inskeep, county agent, ac ladies
Most of the
Joe Fuches who has been working
amas county, they would understand w hy the people here companied by Mr. Price agricultural near Bull Run has returned to his
would oppose the building of another Portland road when expert from O. S. C., were at the R. home.
S. Millard farm last Wednesday help
O wing to the illness o f Rev. T. 1
it is not necessary, but only an added convenience.
ing with some o f his spring plans and Kirkwood there was no preaching
ditch which Mr. Millard hopes to com An illustrated lecture on the " L i f e o f
Whatever the intentions of the people operating in plete in time fo r this year's needs.
Christ” was given by a Mrs. Nick
Joe Guttridge has recently pur erson, assisted by Mr. and Mrs. De
the Estacada Park, quite a large sum of money is to be
spent. Information coming in from many sources as to the chased a late model «lodge sedan.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Marrs o f the
ladies attended the
amount of material that is being arranged for, indicates Mollalla district visited last Thursday
m eeting o f the Ladies Aid held last
as much. I he entire property is being laid o ff in squares | at the J. A. Shibley home.
week at the home o f Mrs \Yin. Saun- ’
and evidently streets are to be built, the most of the fine
Mrs. Kirkwood o f Reecvtlle visited ders. The committee who is arrang
trees are to be left, we are informed, and, without doubt, a few days last week with her son ing the program to be given in the
Grange hall March 9 report that a
an ideal place for homes is to be made all along the north I Tom and family.
! Mrs. W iley Howell and Mrs. Henry male quartet from Portland has beer
bank of the river near the city.
Cromer visited Mrs. Bridge Tuesday secured, also a reader from Oregon
Mrs. Zurcher o f Silverton spent a
Milton Weatherby from Garfield
Herbert Hoover evidently does not care so much ' few days last week visiting her has been helping Matt Glover on his
about being president, after all. He threw his hat inio i daughter, Mrs. Joe Guttridge, and ranch fo r several days.
family. Another daughter. Mrs. Pul-
the ring in California anil then took himself o ff to Florida . ley
and family, came out Saturdai
for a vacation.
and took Mrs. Zurcher to Gresham tc
L. A. CHAPMAN
visit other relatives fo r a short time
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Ruth Guttridge entertained a few
Calls attended day or night
You always find a few in every community who are friends Saturday afternoon in honoi
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o busy with other people’s business that they have no o f her ninth birthday.
Mrs. W iley Howell 9pent Friday af
time to attend to their own affairs.
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