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Volume No. 54
City Council 0. K/s Sportsman Club
License IV.cve Request by Dexter
In Its Fifty-fourth Year of Publication
Estacada, Oregon, Friday, Aug. 15. 1958
Ad Reading Pays ¡ 40.00 to John Mall
T h i Estacada City Council,Ma- business taxes pro rata to te reg-
yor W einrich presiding, met In ular monthly bills o f city custom-
regular session Thursday, Aug. ers. A t present such taxes and
7, and enjoyed a full agenda of fees are considered part o f the
This marked the sec general operating expense
ond meeting o f our new council are shouldered by all customers
man, Earl Eckersley, who is do of the area. Under a PUC ruling
ing a good job in the seat vacat in 1954, a reasonable
ed by Rev. Ravan.
held proper and should be
Important business conduct sorbed in the general operating
ed was the honoring of the app expense o f the utility
lication o f W. E. Dexter fo r
a and not passed on as additional
OLCC Class “ B ” liquor
license. billing to the subscribers.
This application is preliminary
Mayor Weinrich asked for and
to the removal o f the Sportmen’s
Club to a location in a proposed received the full support o f the
new building at 124
S. E. 4th Council «'hereby the city’s en- ■
(N ex t to Estacada Electric.)Ho- fi»ncers on the sewage problem.
ward Smith presented the writ f arl E. Green & Associates, be
ten consent of adacent property directed to step up
owners consenting to the
issu plans and recommandations
ance o f the new license for the our sewage
v. Iiich as been in process fo r the
The long term
On application of the new ow last two years.
ner of the Hi-Way Cafe, Mr.Clif- planning and the collection
ford Hanks, the business license sewer charges are providing the
for the cafe
authorized necessary funds for the prelim
transferred from Ella Stoner to inary' engineering on the sewage
disposal problem as well as for
Water Committee Chairman its construction.
Clayville brought up the subject be forced into the construction
of insurance to cover mechanical o f the disposal facility in view
use o f
failures and damage that might of the increased
occur to the
pumping Clackamas fo r recreation
John Hall of Estacada wears a big smile while
plant. The Hartford Steam Boi West Linn will he taking
ler Inspection and Insurance Co. domestic water needs out o f the collecting $40.00 of the Clackamas County’s News’
has offered the city plant cover river upstream from Park Place money from the mistake in Horner's ad in John’s
age for $10,000 at a cost o f about next year. A new sewage plant
re paper last week.
$125.00 per year. The City Re will l)o costly but w ill be
corder was directed to fllace the flected in a better more sanitary
va A A A
The Uuuper Clackamas River
community in addition
Chamber o f Commerce will meet
On motion of Councilman Kig-
exert find it. Our advertisers are happy to award you Monday eve. at the Estacada City
gins and Clayville the
council Mayor and Council will
Ilall at 8:00 p.m. A il members
sewage your prize of $10.00 - so read your ads carefully.
voted to send City Attorney John every effort to see the
| are urgod to be present for the
Caldwell and Recorder Cooke to disposal plant problem through
The considerable interest shown in tne contest important business to be consid-
a Public Utilities
Commission »° a succesful and
\ ered. This docs not mean only
meeting at Saiem on Sept. 4.0p- end. There is also the possibil- kept advertisers with minor undesignated mistakes board members, but all mefbers.
crating phone companies in the ity of another
water district busy answering questions. Remember, there is only
state are requesting permission downstream planning
one paper mailed W'ith the intentional error. Any
to add city franchise
fee and • Clackamas water.
10c Per Copy
$3., 0U Per Year
man, Mrs. Amos Hills and Junior
Chairman, Mis. Guy Keller.
Competition will be open to all
interested local gardeners whe
ther Garden Club members
not. Anyone >• ishing a schedule
of the show, may pick up one at
Underwood’s Grocery or contact
the club secretary, Ruth Wester-
berg. The Schedule Committee
has worked hard to make this a
\aricd and interesting show;any-
one who enjoys flowers, will find
their time spent at
very rewarding to them.
Gub Flower Show
Sat-Sun Aug 16-17
Estacada Garden Club
will present their annual
Flower Show entitled "M elodies
In Flowers” August 16 and 17 in
the cafeteria in the basement of
the Estacada Grade School. The
Show w ill be open on Saturday
1:00 to 5:00 and 7:00 to 9:00 P.M.
Mrs. L. L. Jenkins visited her
On Sunday 1:00 to 5 P.M. There
aunt, Goldie V. Smith at the El-
will be no admission charge.
The general chairman is Mrs. derest Nursing Home in Salem
Lester Underwood; Ass't Chair last Sunday.
P. G. E. Develops Hew Type Crane
Chamber of Com.
other errors do not qualify you for the contest
NORTH FORK LA D IE S
prize. Rules of the contest are as follows:
LU N CH E O N AU G U ST 20
Continuing in this paper, your “ News” is conducting
The North Fork Ladies will
ud their regular luncheon
at a . “ Find the Error’ contest. A deliberate mistake
the e Estacada Legion haii at noon o f price or text, or both, has been placed in one ad
Estacada schools open Sept. 2. next
A l l 'S * X t n T “
1 " ; 1 ,ic h K iH ! * 1 » b f i i y o u r p a p e r o r s h o p p e r . T h i s
School all day. Teachers Instit
case cal! Mrs. Stanley Prince I) a P e l IS b e i n g m a i l e d a t r a n d o m . Y o u w i l l h a v e f O
ute Oct. 6th. School closed V et pleas
Ev- check all the ads carefully to find the “ planted”
erans Day Nov. 11th. N o school at CR 9-3711 or Mrs. Dave
Thanksgiving vacation Nov. 27th | ans at CR 9-3745.
Open Tue., Sept, 2
Gone; Door Locked
By Leila Gordon
Garfield Grange met Saturday
with three officers absent; those
substituting were Gladys Prater,
musician and Doris Palmatecr as
mistake. When you find what you think is the right Voted to reinstate Larry A n
and Nov. 28th. N o school Christ
mistake, take your panel* to the firm in whose ud it ders as member. Ag. Chmn.Har
mas vacation which begins 3:15
on Dec. 23rd and reopens
appears and you may take advantage of the error old Middleton reported on pota
to crop. There will be
'»1 pi ice if to your advantage. You will also receive crop and the price will be lower.
Spring vacation March 19-20
Rgg prices w ill be good, espec
Baccaluareatc May 17th
Graduation May 22nd
The mistake murt be reported by 5 p.m. of the ially on large eggs. Cattle, espec
The M erry Mountaineers will
School ends May 26th
sponsor a special outdoor square Saturday following the date o f this paper If the ¡ally fed steers, took a drop
there arc more in the yards than
(lance festival Saturday
August 16. at the city
parking prize is not claimed, it will bo added to the next iLscal, but prices were
lot behind the city hall.
.¡t H H , paper
__ t__ _ showing thu “ mist- yected to be much lower. Leila
s prize. A '* duplicate
n L 'n ’ m i l l Vv/\
,1 • _ j l
Gordon gave a report on the Agr.
Clyde W herry w ill be master ake ’ will be posted in the News office win flow
of carmonies with A1 Aim of the
report of Herb Shirner at Pomo
Earn Owl Square
Dance Club |
N EW DRUGGIST MOVES
assisting. Included will be guest,
Legis. chmn. John Parvin road
The following (lays have been callers from other clubs.
TO E S T A C A D A of the Parkinsons Law from the
set aside for the registration 01
M r and Mrs. Ben Ralston and Management Research • Bulletin
Eddie ‘K ’ and his square dance !
students at Estacada Union High orchestra will provide live music
, son from Longview, Wash, mo- that said our Congress will vote
Parents are urged to Thp Estacada r<nd and nun c]ub
I ved to the Rvnning house on S
to spend millions after a
register students as soon as pos- is sponsoring a barbecue at the!
For the 12th time sinm
lsl an(l Wade on Monday of
s.ble. S.nce t h t r ^ w ill b e jc h o o l c jfv HaI1 « to p PM .
5 ? " , ' '.his
Mr. Ralston is a debate, but on some small outlay
a' inK from Eslaeada high school ,|r u E a n d
they will debat- for days. Ho also
all day on opening day, students
In event o f rain
the dance Is 42 years ago, the classmates o f ' S k t •vas recently em- gave statistics on safety on the
should come with lunches
and to be held in the grade
n» o 1 K
sch ool; 1916 met in reunion on A
school suppies. Students unable gym.
highways that 85 peroeent
and 10. Only 2 o f the 14 remain
? arcmi\ M r- and Mrs.
to purchase boks from other pu
1 , Ernest Ralston of McMinnville, accidents were caused by exces
pils tvill be able to
here helping with the mo sive speed on dry straight roads.
I Antioch, Cal. and Veneta Page were
early the first week of school.
96 percent w-ero experience] d ri
rt** t v . •*-**;-
vers; 76 percent were passenger
The development of what
Monday, August i8— 9 AM to 3
■ Eleanor Hicks.class pres, from
The crane, however, has now
lieved to be the first fully
PM. 7 PM to 9:30 PM.
Medford and Jessie Straughan of
mote- controlled hydraulic coi. lieer. tested in tc field and
Wednesday, August 20— 9 AM to
! Pendleton were hosts to 15 at a
struction crane has
an proved its worth to the satisfac
Now playing at the Broadway patio supper at the Ewalt home
letter from Sheriff Joe Shobe in nounced by Portland General E l tion of critics.
Thursday, August 21— 9 AM to
Theatre a wonderful
colorful ; in Currinsville on Sat. eve
answer to the request asking for ectric Company.
Parker, who engineered
The new devire, mounted on installed the remote system,said
Monday, August 25— 9 AM to 3 western ‘ SADDLE TH E W IN D ’ , to 17 at a dinner
' ' w was filled
with a patrol of hack roads
with Robert Taylor, Julie Lon- Tommy Mays at American
truck, that nothing new was invented
if the International six- wheel
PM. 7 PM to 9:30 PM.
Le- j several organization picnics ir field. The sheriff said
controls for the unique crane— “ we just
Tuesday, August 26— 9 AM to 3 don and John Cassavettes. Film- gion hall on Sunday,
the community, one o f
w hir’ people would give more coopera features pushbutton
ed in the
w hich allow one operator to con adapted many proven principles
P.M. ’ 7 PM to 9:30 PM.
Visiting and '•eminiscing w e r e , " 88 ,be
fire m e n s Get- tion in reporting crime activities, trol both crane and truck while
Rockies, a great drama o f
for our needs.”
it would result in more anprehen-
brothers— one gun shy and the
By pushing buttons
sions. It was reported the gav sitting in the cab of the crane or
Mra. Ray W olfe
of Eugene ether girl-crazy— in a territory
control panel inside the crane,
read v>ltb!n tbc. (l<Vartment
and Mrs. W alter Sagner of Esta- that was not yet reody fo r
love ting was held and letters
Cost of the invention, includ the operator can shift the truck
Grange hall. E'-o Maxwell will !
cada, le ft by plane on Wednes- or the law.Lots of action
with from absentees. Among the lat -1 nurnbt'r, OI >cars- Over 25 fire
men, their waves and
friends make two and Rex Bledsoe do-1 ing labor and installation of hy into low, forward and
draulic ‘legs’ which steady
tho tears, turn right or left and also
were in attendance.
nate one. Bro Maxwell will also machine in operation,
| teachers, Mrs. Helen Pearl Dev-
Ellen who lives in
Charlottes- singing the title song.
totaled brake the vehicle. I f
| Monday the
h e ld ' put a lock on the inside door.
Second big hit— .‘GHOST D I- 1 ore and M. Gertrude Jones, both ¡regular business meeting
Overall cost of crane Ihe control panel can he detach
VE R .” Down in South Am erica now residents o f Cal.
and (ruck was $32,100
ed from its mount inside the cab
some 17 men present. F o llo w in g 1
the 3rd and 4th degrees
Designers o f the “ remote” in and carried by a man
the natives try to find
Leo Havens was
elected to | adjournment Baer
V A C A T IO N B IB LE SCHOOL
w ill be given Friday, Aug. 15 at rt novation are L. F. Rohan, garaga ground— in effect, actually lead
Vacation Bible School w ill be treasure of the Paracas.An old serve as president for two years served refreshments while a mo PM. I f other Granges have cand
mechanic ing the machine.
be vie Oregon and its Natural Re
gin Aug. 18th and be held thru diver finds the lost idol and he uhen another reunion wdll
idates they are welcome.
The crane is also
Attending were Eleanor sources was shown.
Aug. 22nd. Mrs. Clifton White, knows the treasure is near,when he)d
Conventional type cranes, Roh with a new type radio system de
The . .. underwater Bew,
Hicks and Mr. Hicks of
Chief Sagner would
director, has announced that the he . is . killed..
Friends and form er students an said, can be maneuvered only signed and installed
gh ost; -----------------
daughter call attention to the need
tlieme fo r the entire .school w ill
, . 18 ®.lti 8 ®nd the
summer. of Miss Mary Campynol, Grade from within tho cab of the truck Hansen of PGE'.i radio
be “ Sea Adventures with Christ" o f .V1* old dlv^r haunts the young Georgene o f Seattle; Helen Keith care during this dry
five The new PGE design will allow tory.
to provide nativc until the murder is
dis- [ Grantham of
LaCenter, Wash; [ Fire danger is high right now I School teacher here
years, will be interested to know the operator to control the crane
The project It reman carries a
crafts, recreation and study fo r C2^ere” c
George Harkenridcr of Hermls- and the department has gone out
all ages from 3 to 14 inclusive.
Starts Sunday through Tuesday ton: Jessie Hannah
Stranghan to only one emergency call
so she left Seattle on a troop trans and move the truck at the same light transmitter “ walkic talk
time He added that this will e l ie” - and uses it to issue instruc
£ color picture
Danny' and Mr. Straghan o f Pendleton; I far this summer. N o
where she will teach 6th grade iminate the problem o f two men tions to the crane operator. The
YO U TH F E L L O W S H IP CAR
a* t° * hila^ f og c,own
in Gladys Carpenter Graham o f Se havt> been kept of th:s
art and P E. fo r one year. By a trying to coordinate the actions instructions at the same time.rau
W A S H AUGU ST 17TH MERRY ANDREW with lovely jttle: Mary Woodle
Pemberton o f consecutive lavs liko this,bet
strange coincidence her brother. of both machines.
be piped through a loud speaker
v „„th F e iw .h in „ f
f T L A£ gel as the talented acr- o f Salem: McColly Dale and Mrs th<? community is to be complt- PFC Gene Campynol Is on
that equip on the boom of the crane telling
rh u ^
I?anny sl,ngs, “ 'T ® 1 f 0"® ’ Dal<>
Redmond: Erma Graham r e n te d for its awareness of the way to Okinawa on
a similar ment specialists were
at first all workers around the machine
( hui'ch o f God w ill have a
car and makes you feel right at home Burr's and Mr Burris o f
transport where he will be sta skeptical o f his plan for a
re what is about to take place.
wash Saturday, Aug. 17
at A1 under the Big T op ’ with him.
land I j T o Ravens and Mrs Hav-1
tioned for a year.
mote controlled crane.
Larson's Texaco Service Station
V. F. W. FOOD SA LE
‘‘Underwater ens of Portland:
Carl Kimme! !
The boom has a telescope len
"W hen we started the project
across from high school.
B ill W arrior” with Dan Dailey and and Mrs Kin-mu-1 o f
Mill City- Clackamas County News
gth o f 68 feet and can lift
Bnnk and LeRoy Smith w ill be The True Story o f Lynn Stuart' Lloyd Ewalt and
Saturday, August 16
in ■ uperintendent said, "th e experts prooximately 10 tons, depending
with Betsy Palmer.
( Ewalt of Estacada.
i fre s h Bread, Rolls Pies, Cakes Bide-awec Nursing
thought our r?mote control idea on its angle o f elevation.
Square Dance Se*
for This fat. H!?e
H. S. Rsaisiratlon
Class of 1916
Merry at Picnic