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About Estacada's Clackamas County news. (Estacada, Or.) 1957-1976 | View Entire Issue (April 26, 1957)
In Its Kifty-third Year oí Publication.
Volume No. 58
ifvEstacada, Oregon, lYiday, A
Estacada Grade School Budget Voting
Set ¡or Wed. May 1 .Public Please Vote
The Estacada Grade School
budget for the
year w ill be slightly
than this year due to increased
enrollment anil the necessity
o f adding one or two addition
However, the millage rate
w ill be
same as this year due to high
er receipts from the state basic
school support fund and estim
ated cash balances.
$245,145 this year. The estim
ated receipts next
$141,785.29 compared to this
years receiipts of $120,953.71.
The amount to be voted Upon
outside the 6 percent limitat-1
ion law is $93,040.18 compar
ed to $89,437.88 this year
$3,602.30 more than last year.
It is estimated that
sessed valuation of the school
district w ill be
than this amount so that
millage probably w ill not be
raised at all next year.
years millage is 34 mills.
A ll persons over 21 years of
age, who have been a resident
o f this district
months and have registered at
least 30 days, are eligible
vote. Voting w ill be from 2 to
8 P.M. in the main hallway of
the grade school building,Wed
nesday, May 1st.
The Foundation r:
tm Is Started!
T A M A L E & FOOD SALE
THIS SA TU R D A Y , APR. 27 |
There w ill be a Tamale and
Cooked Food sale at tht Clack
amas County News office Sat
urday, A pril 27, given by the
Christian Ladies Circle.
Car in Mishap
about 11:30 P.M. while chasing
a speeder Officer Harold N or
ton with City Supt. Tom Akins
as a passenger slipped o ff high
way 211 on the turn just south
o f the Dubois Creek
The car plowed along the side
o f the bank and the right side
front fender, door and
age. This part of the ditch at
long been |
known for its sharp edge, sev
eral cars in the past have been
wrecked by dropping o ff that
shoulder in the road.
O fficer Norton
and Tom I
Akins were shaken up some- |
what; Tom says he was a good
cushion for Harold to fall on.
The first step in the actual construction of Portland General
Electric Company’s North Fork Dam at Estacada, was made last
week. This picture shows the actual base of the dam on the north
bank along the Clackamas River Road. The construction progress
will he stepped up form here on. It is hoped more local people
will find employment on the project.
T H A N K YOU, FO LK S
(/. H. 5. Honor Roll
Legion and Aux
Portland General Electric Co. Outlines
Shop Sold to Salem Their Fish Conservation Policy
Install New Group Man Mendav
Street Lights How
Your CLACKAMAS COUNTY N M S
W e arc not sending subscription statements this
i i - i
month. The date behind your address on the front
gage of the paper is your paper’s expiration date.
W e ’ll appreciate your renewal remittance!
I inclose $2.50 for a year’s subscription. This is a
) or a renewal (
Single Copy lüc
$2.50 Per Year
Portland General Electric Company
Lists Fishing Outlook and Hazards
Opening week preliminary
CARD OF T H A N K S
fishing report with conditions I
prevailng as of April 24th, at i I wish to express my sin
various areas in Portland Gen- '
eral Electric Co.s system
of cere thanks
developments . neighbors for their sympathy
and assistance at the death of
C L A C K A M A S R IV E R AREA
Estacada Lake — Some fish my beloved w ife; also for the
planted in the upper Clacka- beautiful floral offerings.
fas, Eagle Creek
Raymond D. Turner.
Creek. Some results reported
by steelhead and Chinook ang
lers below River Mill dam.Out-
look not so good for opening 1
day in Eagle Creek. Best bet
is boat fishing, rather
Water is good,if
the weather holds.
Austin Hot Springs—
river is a little high, but gen
eral condtions are clear. The
To Floyd and
opening outlook is good With
bait fishing tagged
-‘best in President and Secretary of the
Estacada Tel. & Tel. Company,
The Oak our hats o ff to you
outright gift to the City of the
Grove fork is higher than us
ual for this time of the
year. Mercury- Vaper
Opening outlook is about aver lamp installed last week at the
Lake Harriet is reason corner o f S. W. Third Avenue
and Zobrist, in front o f
Timothy Lake — Not open across the street from the new
telephone building. Maybe it
until May 25.
is none of pur business, but we
got curious and called the R e
corders office and asked, how
much. We were informed that
thie one cost Mr. and Mrs. Day
For thp ipfpripation o f the
citizens the Recorder explain
ed that the jncandesant lamps
cost approximately $125
stalled. The cost o f either lamp
the j varies Slightly due to the ma
The Social Night
be terial necessary for the instal
Springwater Grange w ill
held on Friday evening, A pril | lation at a given point. Again
26th, with pot luck dinner
to our thanks to Floyd and Neva
be served at 6:30, and the L ec Day for .a bright street corner.
turers program to follow.
nothing drastic happens (and
if Fred H om er O. Ks it)
new quartet w ill be presen ts
in their first performance.
The speaker o f the evening
w ill be Sergeant Colbert
The follow in g from this sec
the Ground Observer
It seems that the Estacada ar tion o f
ea has fallen down
a great have been summoned for jury
deal in their job o f
keeping service Ma y7: Thelma B. Eck-
the Skywatch tower open, and crsley. Estacada;;
Sergeant Colbert is going
to Fowler, Estacada:
talk about the importance ol Grohn. Boring,
the Sky Watch, and
why it Hale, Estacada;
should be manned at all times. Martinson, Boring and Clari-
An invitation is extended to bel
all who are interested in this Those on the reserve list are
project to come and join
us. Helen Eberlee, Boring, Eliza
Remember the pot luck supper beth Mabcc. Eagle Creek, A t
at 6:30 and the program at 8 ton C. McAllister,
and Merle W. Tomkins. Esta
New Phone Co.
Building (by Days)
New Street Light
We wish to express our sin
cere thanks to the people
Estacada for their friendship
and patronage during the
years w e have operated
plies. Your business has been
The honor roll for the last truly appreciated.
6 weeks at the Estacada Union Mr. and Mrs. Emil Wittmayer.
High School follows :
ers, LaDonna Anderson, Neil
JUNIORS— Ann ,
Harbert, Mary Paine,
Pacific Norhwest Pow er com
pany w ill contribute
Duane Anders. Georgia W ill
$48,000 to help finance a long-
FRESHMEN: G ene'
rage experimet on
A deal was consummated spawning grounds for salmon
Bomotti .Helen Coxe, Bob Ea-
The local American Legion
den, Lynn Faulk. Larry Fiske, j and Auxiliary held a joint in last Monday whereby Walter to be sponsored
the dam bv the U. S Army Corps
Geor. Fourier, Frank Proctor, j itiation of new
members in IIuss of Eugene became
the Wittmayer of Engineers.
Geo. Suter and Karen Triplett. their hall April 19.
Guests present were
Park- Plumbing Supply business in-
Kinsey M Robinson,
rose and Rose City Post
and | eluding the building and sup- board chairman who anounced
| plies on hand.
the fisheries research grant to
Mr. IIuss is
a licensed day, said that the funds to be
Orlie Davis, commander of
Salem, advanced by
District No. 9. was presiding plumber formerly of
officer for the
Legion and who was in business for a five would represent
year period in Eugene. He wll fourth of the total cost o f the
The P. G. E. Company now Mrs. Mary Bukowsky, presi
has assumed all maintenance dent of District No. 9. was in operate his business under the project,
Plumbing $150.000 the amount already
Unit. , name o f the A B C
of the entire city street light itiation officer for the
a allocated by P N P for area fish
When reporting Both w ere assisted by local o f & Irrigation Co. and offers
service. studies. Thisis in addition to
lights out follow this proced ficers.
N ew member initiated in the In addition to having a com expenditures made by the in-
Call the City Recorders of- Auxiliary were: Bessie Hons- plete stock of plumbing sup dividual companies.
ingcr. Marie Fontana, Phyllis plies, he w ill stock pump and
The artificial spawning area
fice or the Police Dept.
G ive the correct intersection Fitch. Rachel Folden, Bertha irrigation pipe. He w ill also are to be constructed at M c
corner by the new street cor Wallaert and junior members- o ffer installation service on all Nary will duplicate what
ner designation (do not
use Linda Jean Fitch, Ann Snow- types of plumbing and irriga considered by fish biologists
to bt the best stream
Linda and Karen Snow- tion equipment.
the name o f any indivdual)
Mr. Huss states he w ill hold ions for pawning salmon.
The P. G. E. Co..
a ley, and Cheryl Leonard, she
“ Such a study is o f interest
maintenance crew in the area being the youngest— only 2 1-2 | open house in the near future
to get acquainted with
local to both fish and power people
two to three times a week so years.
N ew Legion members initia people. Besides his wife, Ro- because it w ill help determine
the delay in making repairs
Morris Wallaert. salie, Mr. Huss has a family of - whether salmon w ill accept or
should not be long.
Floyd Fitch, Charles Snowley, 5 children, Catherine 14. San reject an artificial
Ed Honsinger and Don Show- dra 12, John 7, Lalassa 2 and ment in follow ing their norma,
TE R R Y REHBEIN TO
Chris 4 months.
FIG H T TH IS F R ID A Y N IG H T
“ The final results
o f this
project w ill not be known for
honor guards for
years, but is is an
and Mae Leonard for 5 years;
(B y M yrtle D m ytryk)
part of the
Grace Still and junior member.
The Lawrence Wahlstroms search program being carried
Susan Kiggins. 10 years; and
Helen Christenson 15 years. were hosts for a family gath on by fich agencies and power
Present producers to reach an eventual
Quite a number eligible to re ering on Easter.
ceive guards were not present. were Grandpa and Grandma solution to the problems
the volved in
Si Law Thurston Wahlstrom o f
Bessie and Northwest water resource«.
the Legion George district;
with a plack o f the
Legion Larry Meade; Carol and Jim
The $200,00 project is being
Douglass and baby daughter financed partly from the Corps
emblem for their hall.
At the close o f the meeting o f Portland: Agnes and John o f Engineers experimental a l
Mrs.Lois Erickonn was winner Fugle and Edward and Frieda location fo r study of the sal
mon runs at McNary, and from
o f the pretty quilt.
She pre Fugle with their daughter.
Judy Fredrickson took the voluntary
sented it to Grace Still.
Assorted pies and coffee was long journey to Portland last private power companies, oth-
Saturday with two
friends, er non-federal power suppliers
served to about 75 people.
- j and state fishery agencies.
Terry Rehbein w ill try
mtinue on his winning way
uday night when he clumbs
ring with Dave White.Knott
tce Ace fighter.
This w ill be Rehbeins 11th
ght of which he has won 7
id lost 3, all by split decis-
ns; two o f them
rilliam who is the Washing-
in and Oregon golden gloves
ate 119 A A U championship
Jan. and hopes to add
>lden glove tilt to
Anyone who would like to
?e the fight may contact Fred
IcNally at M iller Chev Serv-
Grange to Hold
Local People Set
For Jury Duty
P N P now seeking a federal
license to build a
kilowattt, $234.000,000 hyd -
roelectric project at Mountain
Sheep and Pleasant Valley on
the Snake River, is also carry-
ing a joint study o f fish
w ldlife in connection with that
Robinson disclosed that
date the company has advanc
ed over $100.000 to
Washingon and Idaho fish and
varne agencies anc? the
Fish ad W ild life service
various phases o f the study.
P N P was organied in 1954
by Pacific Pow er and
Washington Water Pow er and
Jerry Hale has resumed his
Montana Power companies .
duties at Horners Store after
Robinson said the Washing
a three weeks encounter with
ton Department of
w ill operate the new
at McNary under
While fishing near Carvei
Mr. and Mrs Pete Carlson
with the Corps o f Engineers last Friday afternoon.
Paul have moved into the H offm eis
and furnish operating costs. Richard Justice, who lives on \ ter house at First and Pierce
conducted route two out o f Estacada had \ streets. Carlson works up the
studies for the Corps
during the misfortune to have
his river on the dam project.
the 1953-54 salmon spawning locked car broken into
spawning seasons to determine $250 worth o f electrical tools
Mr. and Mrs.
the ideal physical criteria of and fishing gear taken.
sen, who were married a few
week ago, spent the week end
Although on a smaller scale,
Mrs. Mollie Bates is visiting at the Garfield horn
o f his
similar over-all studies
have in Seattle this week end.
been conducted by the Inter-
national Pacific Salmon Fish-
eries Commission and the De
partment o f Fisheries o f Can
ada with remarkable results.
Corps o f Engineers officials
said the artificial
spawning ; Albemarble, North Carolina
The total budget for the fe
area at McNary would be loca April 15, 1957
eral govenment is 71 billio
ted on the Oregon shore direc
500 million dollars. The go
tly downstraem from the dam. Dear Editor
ernment has at this time, u
The study plan calls fo r
Since the first o f the year I spent money totaling about '
trapping o f
approximately have been trying to
get the billion dollars that has alreai
1000 female fall Chinook sal people o f the United States to
mon this year and an appro ! write to their
Congressmen spent. Fellow Americans, i
priate number o f male salmon and Senators,
the you realize that the budget f
The fish elevator system
on President, demanding
econ- federal, state and county go
the Washington shore w ill be ; omy and a cut in taxes.
ernments amounts to 140 bi
used to trap the Chinooks.
President Eiseshower is set ion dollars for this fiscal yea
ting up several new
bureaus This means that w e are payii
and LaDonna Springwater church featured a which will call for more
and for government one-third
Anderson o f Estacada to look program by the Sunday School more money each year. A ll of all we make or collect. I f yi
for job. Thats the terrible pen children.
I these should be cut out o f the want to continue this way th
alty one has to pay fo r
The Springwater Grange in i budget.
is vnur business, bu unless yi
and graduating itiated four new members in ! The Hoover committee show and 1 force a reduction in go
from High School.
the 1st and 2nd
degrees on ed where four billion dollars ernment expenditures it
How would you like to feen Wednesday eve. April 24.D av could be saved in the budget mean only that the dollar w
a fam ily of 51 ? That was the id and Anita Horner, owners ing and
accounting depart be stretched unitl it is event
count o f the
relatives who of Horners Market in Estacada ments and two million more ally worth practically nothir
| turned out for a fam ily gather- j and Anitas parents. Mr.
and saved by putting the military and then we will have u
ing at the Roy Beck home
In Mrs. Floyd Whitroek who live j on a busisness basis.
These pression far worse than cv
Portland Easter Sunday. Mr. on Route 2, are
new j items should go toward tax re oecured before in the histo
and Mrs. Beck are the parents Grangers. We are very happy duction.
o f the world.
of Kathleen Akins and
Mar- to have them with us.
The federal government owns
Please write to the Presidei
j garet Shibley. Most o f this big i Eddie and Myrtle Dmytryk 200 billion dollars worth
of and to your Congrssmen a
family live in the
Portland attended a crab dinner served private businesss
enterprise Senators today, demanding
and Mlwaukie areas,
except by the Moose Lodge of Hills- that are not paying any taxess. cut in the budget and a cut
j the O liver Becks o f Pendleton i boro last Saturday night with It takes our tax
This is no time to
and the Leslie Wells o f
Ver- | Bud and Ann Bartholomew of keep them operating.
These a politician. We need true At
Those who attended Estacada.
should be soid and applied to cricans Thisis no tim e to
from Springwatr were the Ev-
Congratulations to Winifred | our public debt because they weak or careless. We must
erett Shibleys and Jack Akins Shibley who has been chosen are competing with private en- demand economy in gover
and Bob Akins and family.Oh to be valedictorian
the 1 torprise. Six to ten billions ment.
Wilma, see what you missed,
graduating class o f the Estaca- in taxes oould be saved in this Yours verv sincerely,
The Easter services at
the da High School on May 24th.
B A IL E Y T. T A L L Y , M.
$250 in Hectrical
Government Spending Has Got to Stop!
Observations of a N. C. Doctor