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Volume No. 53
Fish Ladder Takes Shape ; Crane Set for Big Pour
Estacada, Oregon, Friday. July 2(i. 1957
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Local Television Program Appreciated Plans Progressing Your County Fair
Over KGW-TV; Dr. Price Comments
on C. of C. Picnic To Be Bigger and
Five intrepid local citizens camera, appearing for just 15 |
Better This Year
braved the batteries of lights seconds short o f ten minutes. | Sunday , Aug. 11
He did a marvelous job. pre
C A N B Y , ORE — Extensive
Paul Treckeme reports that improvements t0 the grounds
senting his information with a
great deal of poise and in
a plans are progicssing for the and buildings have been made
nicely relaxed manner.
We Upper Clackamas River Cham for the 51st annual Clackamas
know he was plenty
nervous ber o f Commerce picnic to be County Fair which w ill open
but this was not apparent
at held on Sunday, Aug 11. Ten here Wednesday, Aug. 14, for
all to the view ing audience.At tative plans call for the affair a four day run.
this point, the only nos-Estaca- to be held at Tim othy Meadows.
The main pavilion, livestock
Chairman Treckeme has so barns and
dan on the panel took over his
Jack Caldwell, our city far coerced buns, weiners and been re-roofed, many buildings
attorney, explained the effect
painted, a new mobile
o f all this surge of government children and estimated guests. built for shows at the grand
al activity on the legal depart-
stand. Exhibit space has been
ment. Next in line was Jim be supplied too. Adult fare is to enlarged for the photography
department and also poultry
Clackamas County News and Chamber meeting on Monday and rabbits.
representative o f the
The floral building, built in
Clackamas Chamber o f Com Hall 8:00 P.M. A ll members 1956, has been improved
merce. Jim ’s portion included are urged to attend.
take care of more flow er exhib
This w ill be the first picnic its.« An ornamental fountain
some pictures o f new business
structures in the
town and for the Chamber and their fam with colored lights has been in
many comments concerning re- ilies and friends and every ef stalled in the center of the e x
creational advantages Qf
this fort is being made to assure its hibit space. Lanscapo plantings
area along with a welcome to success. This depends on the have been made around the U-
anyone who would like to visit members.* Be sure to reserve shaped structure in
us. -lim was probably the most Sunday, Aug. 11, for a wonder grov.e.
Tim e and the
completely at ease o f any
of ful day of fun.
Closing date for livestock en
the panel members and inject place should be announced in tries is 5 P.M. Saturday, Aug.3,
ed a nice spark of humor in the next week’s paper.
but later entries w ill be accep
program by referring tn Esta
ted if stall space is available.
cada as the “ damdest” town in Í
Until the closing date entries
DARROW S HOSTS A T
Oregon with all the PGE hy
G R A N D OFFICERS PICNIC w ill be restricted to Clackamas
droelectric propects along this
If space is
Sunday, July 21st, Mr. and county breeders.
part o f the Clackamas.This pro Mrs. Ford Darrow were hosts available after that date, other
vided a well-timed change of of the 1954 Grand Offficers of entries w ill be considered.
pace and set the stage for the the Eastern Star for the annual
w ill be
Present were: Senat served in the fir grove on each
the future outlook for Estaca or and Mrs. Howard Belton of o f the four days, starting at 5
da, as the closing portion 0f the Canby, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Mc P.M.
Wednesday night’s bar
program. His Honor has a re K inley, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Sor- becue w ill be sponsored by the
markably fine speaking voice ley, Mr. and
Mrs. Don M c Clackamas County Broiler as
over the airways and his com Clure all o f Portland, Mrs. M o sociation. Thursday night the
ments made a dignified, optim na Gordon o f Vernonia,
Mr. Oregon City Chamber o f Com
istic closing to the panel
pro and Mrs. Jens Hermann 0f Sea merce w ill put on a chicken
Moderator Cooke then side, and Mr. and
Friday night the
Mrs. Vic barbecue.
made his final
remarks and Thomsen of Hood River.
thankyous and Estacada’s tele
They had their dinner on the Commerce w ill
vision program was over.
lawn at the City Hall and then 1000 pound steer with Sheriff
The station immediately be the business meeting and vis Joe Shobe as chief cook. Satur
gan receiving calls from v ie w iting at the Darrow home
on day the joint service clubs of
ers commenting favorably on
all aspects o f this presentation
w ill provide the dinner.
and K G W -T V officials remark
Everything inside the fair-
ed that it was one o f the best
: grounds except food and carn
programs in the
ival attractions w ill
They were very pleased with
during this year’s fair. The on
the whole thing. The citizens
! ly admission charge w ill be at
of this area ow e
; the gates. Stage shows w ill bo
members a large vote o f thanks
i presented Wednesday
-for the wonderful w ay in which
Thursday nights by groups of
they presented the
| talented amatuers from Port-
story. The town gained thous
ands o f dollars of free adver
Band concerts w ill he give i
tising by this presentation and
j in the center of the exhibition
«d a has assumed a new
grounds each afternoon frof 2
.digniv in .file cipal of tile-grade, school.This t o 4
V-rvr*rtftfih at a -oieria! meeting,
enumerate The eyes o f the many viewers who
' The ferrth'Trfrtionnl. Appaloosa
projects and improvements in- watched this outstanding pro- Monday. July 15.
Mr. McRae has taught
the horse show w ill provide after
itiated by this group. Ray had duction. — Courtesy o f The
and coached noon and evening
the longest time in front o f the Kiwanis Bulletin.
boys’ athletics at the Estacada | ment Friday
grade school the
two. Aug. 1617. Horses of this col
years. He is a graduate o f Or orful breed have been entered
from a dozen states and Can
egon College o f Education.
Mr. McRae’s duties w ill con- ada.
The Appaloosa Horse Club,
enforce sist o f doing substitute teach
Notice is hereby given that ficers and other law
Inc , with headquarters at Mos
the Curfew Laws o f the State
minor for a violation of ORS coaching baseball and super-. cow, Idaho, has arranged
of Oregon w ill hereafter be en
Spoilsmen will be interested in the progress being made on the
(2 ) In any firstt v i vising classroom teaching as program and w ill provide its
forced in Estacada.
olation o f 419.710, the arresting w ell as aiding Mr. Cody, the ( own premiums and purses.The
construction o f the fish ladder which will extend from below
419.710 Porhibition o f U n officer may either.
principal, with some of the ad shows w ill be staged in front of
Portland General Electric’s Cazadero dam to the North Fork dam
accompanied Minors from be
(A ) Take or send the minor ministrative duties
the the grandstand, and additional
bleacher seats have been built
Shown in the top picture at lower left is the fish trap. The ramps
ing public places during cer to its residence and notify the school.
tain hours.— No minor under parents,guardian or person hav
The school board accepted for spectators.
of the fish ladder can be faintly seen along the bank running to
Part o f the Appaloosa show
the age o f 18 years shall be’ in ing care and custody o f the mi Miss Gaines’ resignation at the)
and from the trap. The fish ladder will be 8,000 feet long and
or upon any street, highway, nor concerning the violation;or special board meeting.
Imo- w ill be pure
w ill in
or other public
(B ) I f the officer has reason gene Gaines has
10 feet wide. The gentleman in the picture is one of the engineers
accepted a each day’s program
place between the hours o f 12 able grounds to believe that the contract to teach in her home clude
on the project.
PM and 4 PM o f the follow ing parens o f the minor are failing town, Sheffield, Alabama. Miss horse events which are
Last Saturday, the Guy F. Atkinson Co. was engaged in the
morning, unless such minor is to exercise proper control, care Gaines taught in Estacada for tests,some o f them copied from
parent, or custody o f the minor, take 12 straight years. The teaching the Nez Perce Indians, original
major chore of moving the 200 H.P. whirly crane from the river
the staff for the Estacada element breedels o f these animals.
I guardian or other person
21 the minor directly before
bed to its perch on this 50 foot trestle which will be its home until
Besides short distance run
years o f age or over and auth- court having juvenile jurisdic- ary school w ill be completed
the job is completed. This 50 foot lift will increase the whirly’s
i orized by the parent or by law ttion in the county where the when Miss Gaines’teaching va ning races the contests w ill in
1 to have care and custody o f the arrest was made.
cancy is filled. Mr. Cody, prin elude the Camas Prairie Stump
reach to 220 feet which will enable it to make the top pour of
minor, or unless such minor is
(3 ) In any second or subse cipal, is receiving applications Race, the Rope Race, and the
185 feet for the dam. The trestle will be extended across the
Nez Perce Stake Race. Trials
then engaged in a lawful pur quent violations o f
ORS 419. at this time.
w ill also be staged o f animals
Clackamas as the dam progresses.
suit or activity which requires 710, the minor shall be taken
entered as regular stock hors
his presence in such public pla directly before the court hav
At the lower right, the diversion-sluicing tunnels can be seen.
es or trail horses.
ces during the hours specified ing juvenile jurisdiction in the P A U L ZA K R ZE W S K I
The river will flow through these tubes when it is diverted which
WEDS C A M A S G IR L
Historians say the distinctive
in this section.
County where the arrest
Appaloosa breed was developed
is planned around Aug. 10.
419.720 Prohibition o f par made for disposition in accor
Last Saturday. July 20, mar
ents. guardians or custodians dance with the juvenile court riage vows united Paul Zakr by the N ez Perces over a per
iod o f more than
CHURCHES U N ITE FOR
zewski and Sadie Robinson at Mounts with the peculiar dap
E S TAC AD A FORD TA K E S
public places during
curfew punished upon conviction by a an
impressive double -ring nled markings over the
PICNIC S U N D A Y
ON SPO R T C A R A G E N C Y hours. No parent, guardian or fine o f not more than $50 or ceremony in St Thomas Cath
person having care or custody by confinement in any deten olic Church in Camas, Wash ouarters were highly prized bv
The Kelso Church of God in
a nnounced of a minor under the age o f 18 tion facilities for juveniles, or
the tribe whose braves
The groom is the son of Mr.and nrobablv the
vited the Estacada Church of
Monday the acquisition of the years shall allow such minor to both.
God to unite with them fo r a
German-built D W K sports car be in or upon any street, high
j horsemen among all the natives
The exception w ill be
W hile the Phone Co. appre
The bride is daughter
picnic on Sunday, July 21.The
agency for this area.
The car way, park, alley or other pub any minor who has good cause , Creek.
A fter Chief Josenh’s defeat
of Mr and Mrs Lu,hcr Robin. i
ciates the interest youngsters
picnic was held at Eagle Fern take in the new dial telephon besides its economy o f opera lic place between the
in 1877 the
Nez Perce were
hours to be out after hours may do son o f Camas
tion has several other unique specified in ORS 419.710.
Park after morning worship. es, it w ill be appreciated
e x so with written consent of his
The bride woaring a trad dispersed and for 60 years the
Games, relays, contests and ot
features . Three demonstrators cept as otherwise provided in parents to be presented when
parents w ill
in About 20 vears ago horse and
and salesmen w ill be on hand that section.
her fellowship was enjoyed by them the phone is
requested by any law enforce white, with bridal veil,
had history enthusiasts began coll
Saturday afternoon, July 27,
W f thing.
419.730 Arrest and dispo ment officer.
Her sister ecting the best o f the descend
for the interested public.
sition of minor vioating curfew JAM ES BARDEN. Estacada
The business office o f
B everly was maid of
honor; ants o f the Nez Perce mounts
hours— Penalties (1 ) Peace of-
Phone Co. have
and Alice Zakrzewski, sister of The present Apnaloosa breed is
V A C A T IO N BIBLE
Misses Pamela, Judy
Mr .Truman Nelson who was this week is reported
to be the groom, was one o f the oth the result
More than 3000
been dialing numbers at ran- Claudia Colson o f Oregon City
operated on for a ruptured ap getting along very w ell and is er two bridesmaids.The bride’s horses are now registered
SCHOOL TO S T A R T dom and causing no small in-
have been spending the week pendix a few days ago is re back home now.
niece and nephew were flowe. the records o f the Appaloosa
visiting at the home o f Mr.and ported to be
girl and ringJbearer respect Horse Club, Inc
Vacation Bible School w ill convenience.
Mrs. Larry Meade.
ively. James Zakrezewski was
start Aug. 19 through Aug.23
fine. He was at home for a few
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Carlson
at the Church of God. We plan
days last weekend but thad to
Mrs. Meta Kiggins is report best man for his brother.
M r and Mrs Frank Marshall
The groom is a graduate of and
to have a parade for all child have moved to
return to the coast on Monday. ed to be feeling a little better.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ah
ren interested in V.B.S. regis where he has a better job. Mr.
H ow ever she is still under ob
nert returned last week from
tration day, Saturday, Aug. 17. and Mrs. D. Siran
servation at Oregon City hos
British Columbia where they
Portland State College.
7716 spent several weeks among the
Miss Sandra Peterson, age pital.
The theme is entitled’Pioneer- have moved to the house they iting with her sister, Mrs.Ches
9. who was operated on earlier
vacated at First and Pierce.
ing With Christ.”
numerous lakes o f that
where Paul is employed.
tion where the fishing is great
and camaras last Friday at 1
P.M. on channel 8 to do a sup-
erltive job o f presenting
Estacada story to the
ands o f viewers who watched
These gentlemen put F.staca-
da’s best foot forward as they
systematically unravelled the
accomplishments of. our town
over the past two and a
years The _ program portion in
which the local panel partici
pated was exactly twenty-eight
and one-half minutes long, un-
interrupted by commercials or
other continuity breaks
was presented with a smooth
ness and poise which
the amateur status o f the per
formers. Estacada was awarded
this program by
director o f KG W -TV because
o f our outstanding civic deeds
since the start o i 1955 and
was the job o f the
present this tale in an
esting and coordinated manner.
The station gave Estacada this
time for the program, but left
the responsibility of determin
ing the format* of selecting the
participants, of working out a
basic script and of working out
the delicate tuning entirely up
to local resources.
When the time for the pro
gram was at hind, the announ
cer introduced Bob Cooke, city
recorder and municipal judge,
as the moderator for the panel
and that was it.The local boys
were completely <>n their own
for twenty eight and one-half
gave a greeting to the viewers
and then introduced he panel.
A map waa then shown on the
screen as M ayor Bob Weinrich
explained to the viewers just
exactly where Estacada is loca
ted. With this orientation tak
en care of, the cameras moved
over to Dave Horner, who had
the job o f presenting the back
ground information so that the
audience could better under
stand the problems facing the
town and v, hat improvements
w ere badly needed. Dave m ov
smobthly and jfhe hypnotic eye
o f the catnfcrcfthen became fo
cused on R ;'y Vtaydep,-charter
Curfew Law to he Enforced Locally
Phone Co. Has
Grade School Has
Teaching S tiff