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Clackamas Count? Jîctos
In Its Fifty-fourth Year of Publication
Volume No. 54, Number 10
Upper Clackamas Chamber Opposes
Road Closures; Elects New Officers
The Upper Clackamas River
Chamber of Commerce Board
of Directors conducted a busy
evening of business
Besides election of officers for
the new year,
iosr was on hand relative to the
road closures in the area
sired by the Publishers’ Paper
there was considerable oppo
sition expressed and he wished
to know what stand this area
After some heat-
ed discussion, a resolution was
directed to the
against the closures. Jim An-
erson, local newspaper owner,
made comment on the fact that
the Publisher’s Paper Co. is not
representative o f
publishers of the state of Ore
gon Some of the larger Oregon
Estacada District Golf
Tourney starts April 19.
You must be registered
by that date.
Rod & Gun Club
All Day Sat. April 12,
Estacada Legion Hall
Proceeds for new rifle
Estacada, Oregon, Friday, April 11, 1958
Fred Bates' Golden Wedding Honored Rehbein Defeats
papers perhaps are interested
but the publishers o f Oregon in
the majority cannot be consid
ered as having any interest in
Publisher’s Paper and may not
be in sympathy with their pol
The Clackamas County
News is not.
New officers were
Baker is the new
and Verne Sutton treasurer.
Mrs. Sally Treckcme was asked
to continhe as secretary-mana
ger and a resolution was passed
commending her on her
work dcring the past year- Bill
Wymore has done a fine coop-
erative job of president for his
year— he hopes that more in
terest will be shown by cham
ber members by meeting
tendance during the
10c Per Copy
$ 3 .¡00 Per Year
City Regains Title to Strategic Lot
from Federal Government
Jerry Rehbein won a
fought decision over Clyde Will-
iam in the main event at Esta-
cada Grade School Friday night,
William who is the Northwest
ed his first defeat in over two
Bob Biese!!, Estacada, lost a
close decision to Lee Umber of
Oregon City. It was a fast fight
with condition being
At the regular Estacada city nor has any right, title or inter-
council meeting April 3, Allen est in said real property.” This
Collins presented the idea for returns to the City the lot loca-
free off-street parking lots.The ted at the S.W. Com er of S W .
development o f such areas is al- 4h and Main Street On March
ways a headache because of the
City of Estacada
high cost of grading and
base deeded this property to
material necessary before the lot United States.
It was under-
can be paved. Allen suggested stood at the time the lot was
that step by step program
be given to the government
put into effect; the citp equip- use o f the lot was to be made
ment and city employees to do by the Forest Service erecting a
as much of the base work as office building thereon.
possible, the cost of
use of Forest Service failed to do
equipment and time cost to be but the deed having been made
paid for from
Business only to the United States of Am-
Men s fund. After the rock base erica presented considerable of
had settled and was graded to a problem for the City Attorney.
requirements the contract for- With the fine cooperation o f the
Tuesday r.ight the 3rd meet paving could he called for The Forest Service local office, At
ing of Civil Defense Home Pre street committee looked with torney Caldwell established the
paredness Workshop was held favor upon this suggestion and fact that the
headquarters building was not
in the Legion hall with 31
at further study will be made.
Former Mayor Tom May gave to be built upon the site Start
Robert Whitmore, registered an interesting report on possib- ing with this
sanitarian from the Clackamas llity
using federal money that 1955,he brought his legal talent
JUDGE CCOKE SAYS
Health office may become. available for pub- J to bear on this assumption, re
"TRAFFIC RULES ARE
talked on emergency sanitation bc work projects. Recorder Bob suiting in the eFederal govern-
ON YOUR SIDE”
I and answered a number of ques- Cooke was^instructed to write ment's statement o f revision In
‘Traffic rules are on
tions those present had to ask. ,
State Sanitary authority to 1957 , from then until the 31st
should know and
. Next session will be held on j*:llad
l 'ey bad any advan- of March, 1958 was required to
____________ _____ _
Monday, April 14 at 7:30 PM at ced information regarding any obtain the clearance
Judge R R. Cooke made th a t '
'* ~ " g f J r
1 the Legion hall. Subject will be moI}ies which could be used for General Services Administrate
statement today as he
T ? 1 - Jt
Home Fire Prevention and Fire | sanitary improvements.
ion. Attorney Caldwell has done
the public to support the traffic
„ , 0n
, j. ■
Fighting, a subject which will
John C Caldwell, city attor- a splended job and we think the
laws program carried on during ! OVGF 130 I’GlcltiVGS cUKl friGncls of Ml’ a n a iVirs. 1 ^ useful particularly in our ev_ ney, presented to the council an citizens of
official statment from General know that many hours over and
the month of April by the Ore- Fred Bates were in attendance at their Fiftieth I day "living
i n 1 ,__ , ■
. . . . .
. above his usual time was spent
" S S 5 2 S S I W edding Anniversary celebration at the Estacada ,
which statement they declared
"From and after January 3,1957 in saving this property for the
on Traffic Acci- Legion Hall on Sunday, March 30. Another hundred I
the United States neither claims city
invited guests sent their respects.
Sanitation Talk at
ies*YorUthoughtie^r1 n °tr a fH c /'
M r - a n (1 M r s - B a t e s a r e shown above with their
Judge Cooke said. “ ‘Your life Golden W edding Annivesrary cake.
All girls of the community
depends on your
| from 2nd grade through the 8th
Cbrisian Church Ladies wheel
now have the opportunity
Judge Cooke urged the citiz
j join a national organization,
SAT. APR. 12, News Off. ens of Estacada to obey traffic
Polls will be open 2 to 8 PM The 11th annual FFA banquet
thanks to the cooperation
of | on Monday, April 14, at the Es was held March 15. The prog
laws to the letter. He said that
some 15 or more ladies and the tacada Grade School for
some drivers knowingly play
pat- ram consisted of talks by
! rons to vote on
the 1958-59 boys, a guest speaker, and pre
Estacada Garden Club met at I The local American
Legion | Estacada Kiwanis Club.
sentation of awards by the boys.
cuts— they jump red lights at the Cit yHall April 7 with the and Auxiliary
school operating budget.
, A . meeting
- . was held
The guest speaker, a farmer
The amount to be voted on is
intersections, never really stop following hostesses: Eva Dooley, monthly potluck dinner to
cafeterla ° f the grade school on
at stop signs and overdrive the Gertrude Rhoades, Hattie Hersh- people with special guests Mer- A? "
° P**Vents of gl“ s $82,422 38, which is the amount from Molalla, spoke to the boys
sjx percent limita- on “ Agriculture, as it faces our
Dar speed limit. The judge said that berger, Daisy Hickman and Eva rill Johnson of
District Nine, interested. T w o ladies from the
is boys ”
rel Jones advises that the new these drivers too often end up White. Members brought a sacK Mrs. Mary Bukowski, District 9 Camp Fire Girl office in Ore tion
and $10,947.82 over
Several awards were present-
bridge on the Amesiegger Hill paying a high price for
their lunch and hostesses served des- Child Welfare
chairman and gon City showed
amount of $71,474.56
outside | ed to boys who deserved them-
road may open this week. The lawlessness— a serious
injury ' sert and coffee.
Mrs. Guy Levisee
tion under wav.
the 6 percent limitation
law. | The first
| Main features of the day were Rose unit-
opening of this bridge will be and sometimes death.
There will be
six separate However the tax levy for next were the Foundation awards;
a matter of rejoicing for folks
If every driver would real- the Spring Flower Show among
Mrs. Bukowski talked to the
on both sides of the bridge,and ize that the traffic law are on members and the guest arranger group on the Retarded Children gr™ PS‘ one j°r eaf b gr,ade'
year will be less than this year Dale Mofford. Farm Mechanics,
The second grade will be led by $5 05p 62. or approximately and Phillip Gent.pmann, Dairy
in a big territory.
his side, he wouldn’t think of and speaker, Mrs.
Gilbert — Han- program and announced a con-
; ¡ .2 mills.
This is due to the Farmer. Gerald Burgener pre-
disregarding them,” Said Judge son of Milwaukie.. While Mrs- vention at the Multnomah hotel
Cooke. “ When you drive fast- j Hanson judged the
show the | May 18 and 19 to organize cnap- Hayden and Helen Mae Barr. new state law increasing basic sented the awards
school scb0ol support money $25 per j Claude Parvin presented let-
er than the speed limit, make regular business meeting
was ters for retarded children. The They will meet in the
ter awards on the basis of 100
wrong turns, go through
red [ conducted by the president Ber- Pilot program is for
retarded betwee 2 :30 when 2nd graders census child to offset property |
will be points to Fred Kirchoffer, Phil
lights or stop signs or pass im- j nice Miller.
children and is the special pro-
,pbe slightly over $33000.00 compar- Linglebach, Roy Gaylord, John
properly, you run these risks— I In the absence of
the Fall ject for the Dept President
Gordoni American- third graders will be led by Mrs ed |0 5 1 5 , 000 .00 last year. Ac- Sanderson, Philip Gentemann,
The regular quarterly meeting traffic fines, costly car repairs Flower show- chairman Ann Un-
Don Day assisted by Mrs.
to be levied George Suter . and
towing sosts, medical bills,
.U S, i lost
u s l | derwood,
u e iw u u u , ^
e , . a r Ewalt
,w a n i e
u .e ¡s m chairman, presented checks Collins and Mrs Millard- nlace ,
a m u u .u . i - u r
of the Clackamas Farmers’ For-
lawyers schedule for the show and asked
'-.uiuns ana mrs. ivnuara, place for next year after the tax off-
Safeway Initial Greenhand
- 1 -
to eonm e ivicnois,
¿net prize and date to be announced The
estry Association will be held
* ’ .
* , vmlt
to project awards went
at the Springwater Grange hall
loSS o f y ° Ur driverS ^ ¡ ^ t h e S
V b '"
t h ^ y e a ^ f e v y ^ T T $56,474.00.
on Fnday evening, April
<*■ | K o to . ,
S Ä S T " W
7 PM. T w o men from the Or izen of Estacada should make cussed her part o f the schedule
2."*’ mrs„ ^ 'u“ “u ar‘a
for 1958-59 compared to
Lola Harrington, elected FFA
7,“ ‘ it his personal project to
get This will be completed by
p ari/ J he 5' h 8rade''s will be
.g total bunget o f $299,361 Sweetheart accepted her white
speak on forest fee and
yleld behind local officials and sup
sup- May meeting and be ready for
Community service cna.rman led by MaryCampynol and Pat 8Q
FFA jacket with a smile
tax laws and the forest land re port a strong traffic enforce mimeographing.
Mrs. Eva Dooley reported[both Anderson. The 6th graders wiU
Reasons for the total budget known by all John Sanderson
appraisal system to be used in
The president appointed the ^e<^s anc* wheelchairs out and be led by Mrs^Gentemann and being higher are- to provide for did the honor o f presenting it
ment program, including stiff
following nominating commit . the group voted to purchase a Mrs York.
The 7th and
8th higher teachers’ salaries,
pur- to her.
... ____. ! penalties hen warranted
A private forester will speak H By knowing
, obeying tee: Grace Still, Leila Gordon, walker with the funds
raised graders will be one unit
and phasing a school bus, replacing
Chester Perry talked
on State and
through the Curtis Publishing the leaders and meeting
time a sidewäik, and othe
repairs “ Sears chain animals” of which
traffic laws,” the judge
said, Ada Dayton
tax laws pertaining to
timber ‘‘you’ll be Backing the Attack
and maintenance o fthe school he and Richard Woodcock have
Mrs. A llyn ! In order to relieve the trans- building and adding $10,000 an- one. Information
on Traffic Accidents and you took each arrangement and dis- munity service.
Everyone is welcome.
nua|i yt 0 the Building Reserve shearing school was given
will help bring down the tragic
death and injury toll.”
could be made
I Unit for organizing the Home Unit in Springwater led by Mrs
OPEN HOUSE FOR
Gene Heiple spoke on the im
The following placed in the i Protection classes. The 1 st class Fitch and another unit in Gar-
portant issue of community ser
Between 1 and 2 PM Friday, n _
W n m a r r
show “ A Salute to Spring”
vice. Dave Eckersley's topic o f
The girls who Join will be el
April II, Phil Hitchcock, whose l O W TV O V T C I J
Section 1: An All Green
Ar- 2nd had 44. Anyone is welcome
“ Forest Projects.”
hat is in the ring for the
George Suter followed him by
publican nomination as Repre
1- Marguerite Keller, 2-Flor-
speaking on “ Chapter Competi
are Alta Henderson and Geor la this summer.
sentative in Congress from the _
tiv e "
. enee Lamb, 3- Grace Still.
First District, will be on hand The Mt. Hood Pow Wowers at Section 2 An arrangement us-
Terry Kawamoto was elected I Dinner was served after the
to meet and talk with as many a recent war parley voted prac- ln f oniy five blooms or clusters
Student Body President of Esta- opening ceremonies. The menu
voters as possible who are reg tically unanimously to oppose RiLeHa Gordon, 2-Grace Still, each year at Willamette U in
cada Union High School on Ap- contained braized steak, vege-
istered Republicans. If you can the closing of certain
access 3 . Marguerite Keller
ril 4 The other officers elected tables, baked potatoes, Jello sa-
possibly spare the time please roads in the county as asked Sectiin 3. An arrangement fea-
on Friday were: Vice Pres.-Geo. lad, and apple pie for dessert
Mrs. J Frank Marshall
drop around to the
home of by the Publishers Paper Co. ; turing a religious figureine.
Suter; secretary- John Sander- . Coffee, . milk
and tea --------
Helen Crowson on Poplar Road
Big Chief Victor Bowman of j . Florence Lamb,
2- Leila 14 dozen flowers for the Port-
The annual PTA Open House son; treasurer- Duane Anders; beverages served. Mrs. Heiple
in South Estacada at 1 PM for the PowWowers appointed Iv- Gordon, 3- Bernice Miller
,an<i wheelchair parade,
will be held Thursday,
April student body manager, tie be- Mrs Moore, Mrs Suter,
a cup of coffee or tea. Take the an Barker and Al Greenwalt as Section 4. An arrangement fea-
reported 17 in the Estacada Grade Cafe- tween Marilyn Eaden and Pat Gaylord and Mrs. White prepar-
tne a committee of two to aPPea*' turing the theme of the show
on three quilts being tied. Baby teria and following the meeting Mitchell; sergeant at arms- tie ed the dinner Saturday
Stormer place.First house to the before
Court l-Marguerite Keller. 2- Bessie clothes finished and other ai parents are urged to visit
the between Bob Blaisdell and Ter- noon.
right, just at the bridge
over to make known in no uncertain Hills, 3- Bernice Miller
tides of clothing. Next sewing classrooms and meet the teach- ry Edwards; Hycada
Chester Scott; Ranger editor-;
terms how the
Pow Wowers Section 5. An arrangement us- day will be the 18th along wltn |ers.
stand on this important issue. jn(f a cup and saucer.
the rummage sale to be
This will be the second to the Marcene Eaden; Ranger mana-
EGG HUNT THURSDAY
regular ger- Jim Buninger.
STATE TAX RETURNS
j 1- Marguerite Keller, 2- Bern- the 18th and 19th of April- It Is last meeting o f
little boys and girls
the wish o f the sewing chair- school year and many impor-
Another election on Monday,
ice Miller, a 3- t Leila r Gordon
Assistance in preparing Or FREE HOME FIRE
enjoyed an Easter Egg hunt and
egon state income tax returns
and sewing the 1st and 3rd Fri- It is hoped the community will dent body manager and
serg- party on Thursday at their kin
Chief Rudy Sagner of the lo
will be given by
days of each month until June 1. turn out and support the meet- eant at arms. Marilyn Eaden is dergarten classroom with Mrs.
Commission personnel at the cal fire department would like
Elsie Hale, their teacher. Mrs.
visit school rooms and see the new student body manager Hale was assisted bv Mrs
Estacada City Hall between 10 to make the Estacada area con
Allyn Price reported on serv how y°ur children are progress and sergeant at arms is Terry Tunnel, and Mr„ n llan„ Kay
scious to the fact that over one
AM and 3 PM on April 15.
ing three veterans families and uig.
I gins. Mrs Kivvins
Taxpayers wishing help in hundred departments through -
filing returns are
asked to out Oregon are offering a free
The Estacada Rangers, coach- three non veteran families with
-------------------- Tunnell took slides and movie-
bring earnings slips and other home fire prevention service to ed by Robert Larsen, stomped clothing and bedding. Also as-
pictures of the children during
information necessary to deter- the residents in their respeci the cavaliers from Clackamas In sisted one veteran and his fam- went to Portland this week to TAMALE & FOOD SALE
their morning festivities.
mie the correct tax. including, ive communities
When the two straight sets on March 27. ily to keep up and assisted him see ber
RILLED FOR SATURDAY
This was also the occasion of
if possible, copies o f their fed firemen or representative calls. The Rangers went to Clackamas to his new job. Rehabilitation bom to Mr. and
The Christian Church Ladies the 6 th birthday o f little Tom
eral returns for 1956 and 1957. welcome him into your home, on April 3, for
their second charman reported on taking 4 Douglass.
will have a Tamale and Cooked my Tunnell, and his mother ser-
Because of the cutback in in-1 He is there to help you recog- match with he Cavaliers i->
shirts to the hospital and used
Food Sale at the News
office ved delicious, decorated
come taxes voted by the Spec- nize and get rid o f the common 1958 season. They shut out the electrical equipment and
cakes to the children Mrs. Hale
ial Session of the Legislature, a fire hazards that may exist In Cavaliers for the second
time ceiving credit for $50 and send-
presented the little folk
The membership fee was sent
record number o f refunds
is your home. Your cooperation is winning each match- The boys ing 500 flowers to Camp White
Easter baskets. Tommy Tunnell
expected this year.
The Tax urgently needed to help your from Estacada who
did this with a credit of $116.75. The >n
the Mental Health Assn
MT. CHAPTER O. E S. TO
led the class in the Lord’s Pray
Commission points out that in fire department curb the terrif- were Terry Halliday, who play- chairman will be going fo Camp
Next meeting will be May
MEET NEXT TUESDAY
order to be eligible for a
re- ic loss of life
property ed second
Richard White and will take used cloth witb potluck dinner at 6 30 and Mountain Chapter No. 108, OE er as the Easter party came to a
fund, a taxpayer must file a re- from fire.
Keeth who played second sing- ing for that station amounting Phil Hitchcock
S, will met on Tues. April 15th close.
Estacada has maintained
a les, Eddie White and Roy Gay- to $50 Mrs Ed Aycock maae Thornton as
There will be a program for
There will be guests
The commission also emphas- good record here o f late
and lord who played firls
doubles 12 ditty bags for the hospital. Veterans and families are invi- at 8 PM
from Troutdale. Pioneer and Mt the kindergarten ometime dur-
izes that if a joint return is fil- let’s help to preserve it during and Richard Dahrens an Don
The president appointed Mrs ted to attend any of the meet-
1 ing the month of May.
ed, both spouses must sign it. I the month of A pril
Hasse ho played second doubles Ray Gordon,
Mrs. S E. Law- mgs of the Post and Unit.
New Barton Bridge
to Open Shortly
Vote Here April 14 F.F.A Banquet Set
Legion & Unit
Meeting April 14
P.T.A. Open House
Scheduled April 17