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    e s ta c a ría s
Clackamas tuotmíp Jîclus
In Its Fifty-fourth Year of Publication
Volume No. 54, Number 8
Estacada, Oregon, Friday, March 28, 1958
M A R IA N G U ILD MEETS
The St. Aloysius Parish M a­
The Fred Bates
rian Gulid meeting was held on
evening, M arch l 8 .The
To Observe Golden ¡Tuesday
business meeting and the nomi-
I nation of officers w ere an im­
part of the evening. The
Wedding Sunday portant
food sales which were held the
There wiU be Open House in
honor of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ba­
les on their Golden Wedding
anniversary at the
Estacada
Legion hail on Sunday, March
JO from 2 until 5 P.M.
* \11 relatves and friends are
invited. Please no gifts.
School fla tte rs *o
be Discussed
There w ill be a meeting
at
the Estacada City Hall, Friday,
March 28, at 8:00 P.M. and all
citizens are urged to attend.The
candidates for election to
the
high school board w ill be pres
ent to be introduced and a dis­
cussion o f present school oper­
ations with questions and ans
•.vers w ill be conducted
with
the aid of a moderator.
Rumors and criticisms of the
high school board’s administra­
tion policies have been circula­
ting. It is felt
that a public
meeting should be held so pub­
lic discussion under a modéra
tor can be conducted on
the
questions and to make wishes
known as to any future action
to be taken.
ELECTIONS COM ING
In addition to
our
local
school elections in which there
v/fil be considerable
interest
shown, the primary elections
w ill be in May A ll people who
have changed their places
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residence or have not register­
ed are urged to do so. Howard
Smith is accepting registrations
at his office.
Mrs. Don Carlson
New P.T.A. Head
Estacada Union High School
was the scene of last w eek’s P
T A meeting The theme of the
meeting was the annual Open
House where all the
parents
had a chance not only to take
in the meeting but to tour the
building and meet the various
instructors.
N ew officers w ere announced
by the nominating committee
fo r the 1958-59 year and .they
¡ include:
,,M „ S »- P
r e .iiW M
r - Donald
FlnnolH
President,
Mrs.
Estacada Kiwanis Sponsor League of World Cities
10c Per Copy
Child Guidance
Clinic Active
In Juvenile Court for steal­
ing 890! This was Jack, 15, six
foot ttvo. well-thought of
by
neighbors, firends,
teachers.
His grades above average and a
good athlete.
In Court for stealing! For In­
corrigibility!
“ Very fortuna­
tely. the court felt the
Child
Guidance Clinic could help to
straighten this boy out,"
ex ­
plained Mrs. Forrest Erickson,
Estacada, board member o f th
Clackamas County Clinic. “ The
results demonstrate
the tre­
mendous value of clinic work.
Here was a highly intelligent,
energetic boy going wrong.Un
checked, he could
cost
our
county immense sums in loss of
life and property, in treatment
and care. And think of society’s
loss from this wasted ability
and drive-”
Jack’s mother was a teacher,
his father a nightwatehman.llis
older brother was completing
his first year in the
Marine
cession was the attendance and Only this past year
had hi
support of the high school K ey teachers dedected his chip-on
Club members.
“ **-* shoulder attitude; his stub
Shown above are seated:
bornness; his head strong tend-
Kiwanis
Pres. Bob Cody, ency; his frequent and casual
Tom May, Rev. Vernon Ross, skipping of class.
Standing, front row,
County
3ack s
mother
explainea
Com. Darrell Jones, Dr. A llyn ” 1at since his brother’s induc-
Price,
Larry Berentzen and Hon. Jack had been getting out
Chuck Baker. K ey Club m em -! ° f hand. He’d stay out h alf the
bers left to right: Chester Scott, I jykrat, refuse to tell where
he
Douglas Snow, Gary W ym ort,
“ ?cn’ what he had been do-
aim Buhlinger, David White- j n8
parents talked to him,
head, Hugh Reynolds and Terry locked him out, took away his
Kawamoto.
allowance. Jack became worse.
first Saturday o f each month by
the Guild are proving very suc­
cessful.
Mrs. Catherine Judd
was host to the women of
the
Guild at a luncheon given
att
her home in Eagle Creek March
12th. The afternoon was spent
in sewing for future sales. R o­
bert Fuchf.chef, fiom Portland
guest and speaker f the evening
■•poke on food,
menus, dinner
planning and arragement.
The Guild w ill sponsor a ham
dinner April 26th at the Estaca­
da Grade School Cafeteria. Mrs
./■•rey Graven w ill
be dinner
chairman assisting Mrs. Fuchf,
chef, and the different commit­
tees made up from women
or
the guild. The Holy Name Soci­
ety will also assist.
lo a
In a snort dignified ceremony porter from the Oregon Journal,
conducted before a select audi- They expressed a great deal o f
cnce at the grade school library interest in the idea behind the
A group o f local golfers (?),|last Wednesday afternoon, T o m L W C .
Am ong the
honored
•vho have banded together, and May, Bob Cody and
Vernon guests present were May or Ko-
call themselves the
Estacada Ross penned their names to in- [ bert White of Salem, who is al-
Divot Diggers, are planning a corporation papers
and the j to president of the League
of
g o lf match fo r this area,
said League of World Cities was de- Oregon Cities,
and Warren
match to be held sometime this dared formally organized Tom Nunn, who is assistant to Mark
spring. Tentative plans call fo r M ay signed as president; Boo Hatfield, Oregon Secretary of
a 36 hole match tQ be playecl [ Cody as secretary and Vernon State. M ayor Bob Weinrich ami
on any course o f
a entrants 1 Ross as treasurer. Repreentat- ¡recorder-judge Bob Cooke at-
choosing.A time lim it of
one ives from some of
the area tended and represented Estaca-
month in
which
the four newspapers were on hand for ] da at the meeting. One of the
rounds of nine holes each must the event, including a staff re- most heartening aspects of this
,)e completed has been set b
!hp tourne committee.
was; he was just doing as
Handicaps can
be figured
pleased.
«
for each entrant and trophies
One night he took S90 from
¡Cid prizes w ill be awarded the
! his mother’s school— to go to
winners
The local volunteer firemen Seattle to find a job on a tram,,
A 53-year old worker on the
Dates for the match and en
Verne Sutton has consented Portland General Electric coni closed out the month of March -learner to take him around th
’ ry fees w ill be announced in a
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¡.ter issue. Those interested in to run fo r school board direct- pany North Fork dam construc- with a regi lar business meet
,
taking part please contact Vern ° r ,ior.
Estacada Elementary { ¡ on project here died in surg ing held in city hall Monday.
hv h f
v 0re S,unnet/
108. His cry at Providence Hospital on
Chief Sagner reviewed
all
j Sutton at the bank;Jim Andei School District No
group elin e t, - n t Vndl lnt)UCnCV Tl,t'
•-on at the News o ffice or Dave name has been filed with th e 'lu e s d a y afternoon from multi- recent activities o f the
fhmnel tho
causeTs , 0;ick
district school clerk,
Howard ipie injuries suffered when he and the
department would
Horner,
? 8 V H ycars
Jack hau
■ Sande s for the vacancy
that ^yag nearly buried in
a rock again like to thank all the local
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a
han'hi^h'rnttT 01'0 „ headstI ong
w ill exist next year.
E'nest ¡¡jjjjg
the construction site.
I merchants in the district who han his brother. He had al-
Kam m tyer of Springwater
is
T be victim, Tony Bargas of 1 donated prizes for the Clacka- ways wanted to make his own
i filling out his term that expires Portland, was injured as about ,nas County meeting March IV. decisions, even before he was
rock
slid
The department is assisting old enough to do so. His parents
I July 1st. Mr. Kammeyer does 15 yards of flaky
not wish to run for re-election. ciown on him from
a
bank the P T A Kiekaroo with the an-
Wt
Apiil 5.h is the deadline fo r na- above v h e re he was working a, nual Bowling A lley which has
invite Competition
Local Bank Head
Pushed for Board
N. F. Dam Worker 'Thanks' h r Prizes
say Local Firemen
Fatally Injured
Ve wBusiness
for Estacada
$3. 00 Per Year
could control him only
with
physical punishment. Y et Jack
was a joy to them most of the
time.
He had a bright, sunny
disposition. Nothing kept him
down for long. He seemed more
able than his older brother. His
parents had never questioned
his honesty. Until this tragedy
they and everyone had always
thought o f him as a boy with a
good character.
Tlte psychological and psy­
chiatric evaluation
of
Jack
agreed with the parents.
He
was more than bright, had nor­
mally
good
personality,
strength nd character for his
age.
The diagnosis as that of
adolescent rebellion
growing
out of the i si ¡tint commencing
in childhood that failed to take
into account the superior intel­
ligence and physical drive
of
the boy.
The actual rebellion
was triggered but not caused by
the departure of the older bro­
ther who had been
accept, d
as an adult by his parents. Jack
had felt that he should step in-o
his brothers place and at
the
same time felt that he had
to
break away from his mother’s
control if he was to be the man
his brother was.
Over a period
of months
Jack's mother and father, con
inced that they
would lose
him otherwise, gave him more
and more freedom to make his
ows decisions. Jack had roplac
| ed from his own savings
the
money he had stolen.
A fte r a flu rry of self asser­
tion, Jack settled down and at
lIlc ellu
the
end „ of the school year was
about the same boy that he had
been, lie was even keeping the
hou,s his parents h id set
for
S
3 behavoir.
S S esponsi-
=
bility . -
for J his 5 own
SUNRISE EASTER SERVICE
A T S P R IN G W A T E R CHURCH
The Westminster Fellowship
rtroup o f young people o f
the
Springwater
Presbyterian
church wish to invite everyone
to » “ <•*><« sunrise services on Ea-
ster morning ¡,l
Springwater
Church at 6 A M.
Weather
Permitting the services w ill be
held in the church yard.
Breakfast w ill be served at
.he Manse follow ing the Easter
morning service.
Hatchery Releases 4 5 0 .0 0 0 Salmon
W avne Edgecomb o f Corne T Jf8 1°
fiIed 'A Pet,ition
w ayne Edgecomb o f Corne- j 0 signatures o f legal
school
Uus has leased the old H om er
district voters must be
filed
grocery building.
E ffective
on with the district clerk on or be-
»/r
Monday.
March
3 1, hC W ill
du ce'T M cC
u lloch
ChaTn Saw
^ m il 5. Voting takes place
dl£ ! “ h L i ?
m V
May 5 at
annual school el-
and servYce.
Mr. Edge- ection at the Grade School.
Resident
Mrs Ray Hayden
^
dcalf r5.hlP
1
a
mr
sccretary,
Mrs. Tir-il
Wilbur xj
HoweM > *°r the McCulloch saw at „ Cor-
-
. , J
nelius. and comes to Estacada
and treasurer, Mrs. Karl K tefl. w eU-exDerienced in chain saw
The hospitality was handled
_ . tln cnaln
1
run t __Ir.
j m/ r s a l e s and
maintenance.
He
Tack Blake being ablv assisted plans to sPeciallze ln small en-
i
£
t
I
%
gine repair for other
saws,
bv Miss Kr.zuka Inuzako and a ? nr
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the north end o f the 207- foot | P i»ven to be popular
in the
j,igh dam.
I past. Captain Hartwig is the ol-
The death of Bargas was th e ' iicer in charge,
sc.Cond fatality both
on the
A m ovie “ Main Line U .S.A"
' group of
14
North Fork project, in 3.000.00U was shown to the
man hours worked in
PG E ’s men present and follow ing
current hydroelectric expnns j i ’urnment of the meeting Hero
ion program, the company sala. Williams and Frank Marshall
The first was
when
George I w ere hosts for the refreshments
Berkholtz, 40. Oregon City car - 1
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penter.was injured fatally
In A C T IO N PAC K E D F ILM S
A T THE B R O A D W A Y
December When he fell
some
120 feet from the top
o f the Now playing at the Broadway
Theatre, an action packed story
partially completed arrh dam.
of the
U. S. N avy Research
The
first
meeting
of
Civil
De-
SeIS tu ^ n tsmmre^esenting the
M"r- and Mrs Edgecomb and
crews in
action
with
the
“ The
SH A R K F IG H TE R S ”
high school handled the prog:
dents as soon as school is out
shop
was
held
Tuesday
eve
at
Victor Mature is cast
in the
'••un wheih was very colorful
the American Legion hall with
leading role as the
Lt. Com­
and entertaining.
j 32 present. Mrs. Frances Grund
mander in charge of operations.
The parents who
attended
1 who is on the State
Women’s
Purpose is to find a
repellent
w ere also reminded of the big
| advisory committee fo r civil de­
which w ill readily dissolve ar­
annual P T A Kiekaroo tomoi
fense and who is also an Amer-
ound the body o f a man in wa­
row evening to be held In the
I ican Legion Auxiliary commit
ter in order to
keep
sharks
grade school cafeteria and base­
The Estacada
Union High teewoman conducted the meet-
¡.way,Filmed o ff the coast
of
ment. This is a community af-
It
is
earnestly
requested
that
air and the public cooperation School baseball team schedule mg. A buzz session was held to
Cuba and using real live sharks
.
•
s il
ri
ill
i
m a
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of
everyone
that
house
numbers
determine what those presem
makes this picture doubly In­
is needed to make it a big suc­ is as follows:
- know and think about the pro- be placed upon each location in triguing. Mature and
A ll games start at 3 P.M.
other
cess.
there . blems which would be encoun the city between now and the members o f the cast actually
Chairman Pat Hayden
an­ A pril 3 Oregon C ity
' tered in eevnt o f a bombing or 1st of April. B illy Griggs and swam in the shark infested wa
nounces a brand new booth to A p ril 15 Dallas there
the ters many times and at times
natural disaster. There was also Joe Barr have assembled
make its debut, it w ill be th « A p ril 18 Central there
Boy Scouts fo r an all out pro­
combat with
Old Coutnry Store.
The time A pril 22 Molalla there
a Civil Defense film
and
a gram to contact every building were in actual
them.Excitement from begin
for the opening is scheduled for A p ril 25 Sandy there
question and answer period.The and see that the owner, renter
April
29
Sandy
there
ning to end.
Second feature
730 and w ill go
until about
next meeting w ill be Monday,
agent has an opportunity to A great western "Th e Halliday
M ay 2 Dallas here
10:30.
March
31
at
7:30
at
the
Legion
P'JrchaSe
the
house
numbers.
May 6 Central there
Brand” with
Joseph Cotten,
M ay 8 M olalla
there
Viveca Lindfors,
Betsy Blair
h .u
. „ „ „ a , w m bo h . ™
May 13 Sandy
there
and Ward Bond.Awestern fam
evacuation and home sheltei. ..
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Scout Patrol unit. They have ily divided against itself with a
M ay 16 Canby
there
Most games w ill begin at 2:30 II. I. Jackson, Clackamas Coun- outijned the routes so that the domneering father who drives
PM. No charge made fo r home ty C ivil Defense Director w ill entire city will be covered with one son to the life of an outlaw
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A release of 450,000 six-inch iiefore these fish return to their
and a daughter and
younger
games, and everyone is urged talk on these subjects. Anyone ¡n the next three weeks,
W. Ed. Linn, age 94, of Esta­
brother
to
an
abnormaFway”
o
f
silvi’r
salmon fingerlings from point o f release, the run
w ill
to attend.
interested is invited to attend.
Estacada Volunteer Fire de- •' —
cada, died Thursday, March 2U
the Eagle Creek fish
cultural make an important contribution
al the Orchard Crest Nursing
return from the oc
Home near Sandy where
he
and Columbia
had been for the
last
three
nd commercial
months.
-TT’
! mixed with red-skin blood and U S Fish and W ildlife Service fishing as well as sport fishing
to cover the reporting o f fires.
. ,
SKln Dlooa ana .
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tv .,
Mr. Linn was born on N o v­
. fte
». r , being
.
, ,,
,
jhpn
h3s einnouncod.
Fno
event )n the Willamette, Clackamas
A
assured
that
the
' " l 11 the
w,le violence
violence stares.
ember 15, 1863 in Buck Horn,
FU TU R ISTIC ROADS
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Bov Scouts Would air-iin trv to
Sunday through Tuesday, the marks the first major release r,nd Eagle Creek” said Laythe.
We are pleased to announce
ill., and had lived in the Estaca­
T A K E SH APE sell
^
r M i battle , between two
sea-going
Fyke nets w ill be used at the
the opening o f
the
Barton
the numbers and complete
- — ™ ' . f .. fish
. . from
. , the recently com
da area since 1914.
mouth o f Eaele Creek to deter-
He was a form er confection- Beauty Shop on Monday.March Here’s how a typical portion o i fhe job the fir(>mcn a(freed that vcssel* one on the surface and I ' ^ 1 hatchery^
of
migration
id Highway Sys- {hpv
«,,„ , 1 ^ wait
r- tne other under in “ Enemy Be-
The project, carried out by mine the rate
they would
wait to
to see tb„
the re­
ery store operator for a number 31st
Sally Mode is the owner lhe
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.... low.” Robert Mitchum as cap the Bureau o f Commercial Fish- downstream. Laythe said. A
We
call ......
atention
of years and was a member o f and she announces open house em w ill look as it takes shape. sults.
he
) Interstate -Defense Highway fg^t that now"the D river’s Lie- u,in o f th* destroyer and Curt « t ies and Bureau of Sport Fish­ count on return runs w ill
the Methodist church.
f t the new beauty shop all day
eries and W ildlife, is part o f
a possible through use o f the fish
stop- ense Division of the
State of Jurgens as captain o f the sut>
Surviving relatives
include Monday.
Incidently w e are with wide lanes and no
program
to
develop
silver
sal­
counting installation now being
his widow. Louise; one son, Ed trying to induce Sally to
be- ights, sharp curves or intersec- Oregon is requiring a better ad­ marine. Its a battle o f wits and mon runs in
lower Coumbla ••ompleted at, the ladder
to
over
T. I.inn of Portland: one daugh- tome our correspondent for the tioss; 2) State Highway, mod- dress number than just saying maneuvering as each tries
•ivor
streams
to
help
compen­
sink the other. Suspense PLU S
the low er falls in Eagle Creek
ter. Mrs. Mildred K ling of Oak Clackamas County
News at ernided and reconditioned; 3» the C ity of Estacada.
sate
for
losses
at
upstream
dams
onto
Interstate
Total weight o f the fingerlings
Park. 111. one sister. Mrs. Anna Barton
Why d'-n’t you folks Access road
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RUM M AGE SA LE This WEEK The fingerlings. spawned from
eloased is about 23 000
Smhh o f Peoria. Ill: tw o grand-
in at Sally’s place Monday Highway from crossroad, eltm-
I f you arc a renter: contact
eggs
produced
at
the
Cellar
A rummage sale at Eagle
children and three great grand- »nd w e would apreciate it
If mating intersectios; 4j Former the owner and get permission
Creek Grange hall this Friday Creek hatchery of the Oregon
children. One son preceded him y«u
would drop a sly hint re- matt, route to be used mainly
to buy and install the numbers
n
new hatchery at
Eagle
Fish Commission in 1958.
an
m death several years ago.
garding her being our Barton W loc*' traffic; 5) R elief route if you re n ager
make a» afternoon and all day Satu d i>,
cempleted in 1956, was
scheduled
to
return
from
the
March
28-29.
w
il
be
held
by
the
Funeral services w ere
held news writer.
for city;
6 )Farm
-to-markei ragements now to see that the
1959, built oder the Columbia river
of
Eagle Creels trcean to Eagle Creek in
at 2 PM last Saturday from the
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«t ig h t e n e d , modernjz - property you control can haw Ladies' Aid
completing the three-year egg fishei
development
program
Cdayville Chapel in Estacada. NO TICE On. deadline
for ndl and surfaced
Now being the numbers If you are a own- Church. Baked foods also w ill
cycle. The
average o f th Bureau o f
Commercial
served. to-egg
w itll R ev Violet Bolliger offici-
and advertlslnr is Tues- built across the country.the new ' < help the Seouti m any way be soh and hot coffee
os nd ¡s operated by the
Hours
ating.
Burial followed at the day
night. We cannot gnaran- ;Vstem w ill save thousands
of
’.hat you can We all w,U
bene scheduled for sale: Fn. weight on return to the hunting I
Pureau i o f Sport Fisheries and
Sat. 9 30 A M to {•rounds w ill be about six lbs
Wade Memorial
cemetery at tee publication If material Is Hves yearly and w ill be finish- ¡it in the future by having ur 12-5:30 PM ;
“ W hile it will be two years W ild lif
f 30 PM.
property numbered.
Estacada.
received lite r
that Tuesday
b>’
C. D. Defense Meet
at Legion Hall
Rangers Provide
Baseball Schedule
Ed Linn, 9 4 , Gains
Eternal Reward
Barton Beauty
Shop Opening
Scouts Pushing to
Complete House
Numbering Project