The Bonneville Dam chronicle. (Bonneville, Or.) 1934-1939, March 07, 1935, Image 1

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STATE TO START HIGHWAY JOB
THE
BONNEVILLE
DAM
CHRONICLE
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POET HIDE
GIGANTIC PUMPS
TO EJECT WATER
IN COFFERDAM
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Ml* water put»!*. capable of
ih ro ain g -u.tiO« gallon, a minute,
wilt .el lo « a r k Ihl. > »»| i clean­
ing oui l'olumbi.
I'onairuction
roitt|.anx'a cofferdam OB Ihe l)rr
got. .bore
The I r l M will throw more a.|-
«r .*ui of ihe bugr half moon In
an hour than Ihe - ity ,,f porilaml
can u*e in . day
If a peraon
cart l«d (wo gallon bur It e|e an hour
for j .000 year*, they cttuld not
rarry *he amount lh<- p iui|>< ■•jo.-t
III a day atttl a night
The tank
Would alump even Ihe
hlalOrlc
• a» god Tbor. «h o . mi myth, .ay,
ottre drank a river dry Ity ml»-
la b «
Iw è s w w â
Inability lo g .i home on «cheil-
ule started NoM.. Porrest Hyde
«n ihe hmg trail which Longfel­
low ha. made mi famous. Today
he take, hi* writing seriously, and
gives promisi- of becoming one *,f
Cascade Locks most
prominent
resident»
In his «pure lime he
Is keeps-r of the airport, hut his
ptu-Hral career began on ihe high
seas, aboard the If. K 8. 8l«at
I ’olumbia with lntere«ie<| gov­
ernment eng n«-er. on all
aide«
tried ualnt three pump*, brought
here front California
In a pre­
liminary leal held la.l Week the
pumpa lowered Ihe water In Iha
cofferdam only one foot
They w r.e throwing }i,i*i>0 gal
Iona a minute
Three of ihe pump, thal
Ihe
(iuy X Aiklnaon company i t » « l In
dra nlng Hladfo'd »lough for (h<
powerhouse egcavallon
will
be
brought Into play ihl» lime. iu the
despite Ihe fear, of many that
hope Ihal the water ran he lower- i
their view, of Ihe dam would be
ed al least ZO feel
If success­
limited In the future, the govern­
ful engineers can find Ihclr ser­
ment has not vet I'ennIUed Ortno,
ious leaks In the dam and lie ready
It, II and JMu'rom to start work on
111 fiwnrd» them after Ihe June
the railroad', new right of way
hlgh-wgier
•hronith lb.- »¡»ectator'.
vantage
If all goes Well. Ihe cofferdam ¿. -Ini better known as the view
will be pumped dry. and ofttrlals point
will see for themselves what they
The ga-h started back Into the
will h a»r lo ronlend » l * b on the
: -
w- ,t «i<i.-. though
bottom when the lime come, for d!ri lly OP the I'liloji raolflc'S fu-
pn.-rlng ihe roncreie on the foun­ • ure wav, I. w.,rk under the new
dations of Ihe firm half of the I’ a-ker-Schrani contract. Top soli
main aUllway dam
will he used for dnu'slug lh*’ l » wns
permanent
government
l,e.tha will be plugged. Whell- on Hie
e ier possible by adding
more home« and Ihe regular material
sheet piling on Ihe outside Oth­ for grading on the new road *ya-
erwise ihe sturdy clay formation lem
The contractors expect (o lake
••Bed lo fill In between Ihe piling
out
gome loo.non yards of mater­
and Ihe dam ll.c lf « I I I »**■ !»*»•-
I erect on Ihe outside of the piling. ial. going only as far as bed rock.
The railroad cut will not he start­
ed until the summer of 1#36.
l»l \TII 1 \ K K - H t i L I I H I ’■
V ie w Point Safe
Foaf htrllaad
mm
empk»y*4
l.v C e n e r a i Sh.-a n a rr o w ly eseap
•*,t d e a th e a r ly T tttm d g ) t r u i n g
when lli.-lr car tumbled over fit
Son.foot cliff below Multnomah
Kalla All suffered lacerations and'
brulsew except one. who » * » un­
hurt and left before his name
could b* obtained
The others
were Tom I>effenbaugh. Oliver Ati-
thls and K O llynvon
Their au­
to. a heavy sedan, was a totul loss
Rebuild Cannery
Plans were laid last week for
the rebuilding of Ihe I* J. Mc-
H om an fish cannery al Bonny Park
better known as IH m I m ih . which
was burned lo the ground In -lull-
nary at n lows o f nearly ISSO.OOO.
Workmen cleaned up the derida
pulling aside Ihe little salvageable
machinery
Mannger Arthur L a d­
le ninde several trips lo Portland
llacusalng the rebuilding with Me.
(Iowan las« week, and II !• Prob­
able that the structure will b f
started within a month.
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KmraPPHÌlZ lla il
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Itlprapplng of the shore line of
the river on the North lionnevllle
side of the stream will he started
shortly by Ihe Columbia Construc­
tion company with a view to pro­
tecting the ground opposite Brad­
ford Island, where the north end
of the spillway dam will He Into
the mainland.
Bock for the rlprapplng Is be­
ing brought from a point
near
Camas by train.
A siding
has
been laid and work o f dumping
Ihe material cun he carried for­
ward without Interruption to other
work at the dam.
The Columbia has taken thou­
sands Of yards of material front
the bank of the river for the pur­
pose of widening «he stream and
permitting wn«ei to flow past the
cofferdam In flood season.
The
cofferdam will have Ihe force of
throwing the water toward
the
shore and causing trouble unless
precautions are taken to prevent
the current from eating nway the
hank of the river
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CANADIAN MAT
KING WINS WILD
PAVILION BOUT
RECONSTRUCTION
OF MAIN STREET
SET FOR APRIL
Bids for grading Main street In
Cascade I » c k s and
making
It
ready fo r paving will be opened
March 2H by the state highway
commission. Actual work of build­
ing the new grade will be under
way before the middle o f April.
The state does o»Jt propose to
pave Immediately, but feeling per­
sists that the street will be hard
surfaced within a short time after
the grade Is made.
Promise to fulfill the
state's
contract with J. B I -a her
was
made last Thursday when a del-
. gutjon of business m«-n from «he
Chamber o f Commerce appeared
at the commission's monthly meet.
Ing In Portland. I'nder the agree­
ment the street |n to be built to
a width of a f-wt. with sidewalks
from the toll bridge to a point
near the highway deportment's
garage. The delegation asked that
the road be widened to 80 feet out
as far as W. J. Carlson's store-
hut the commission d* » lined to re­
spond to the request.
Reconstruction o f the Columbia
River highway through
Cascade
Locks hss been hanging fire for
the past two years. A number o f
delegations have appeared before
the commission, but never made
any progress until Thursday.
BY P A U L 8TUROKR
Chronicle Hpsirta Kdltor
The roughest, toughest matrnun
ever to ai*l*-ar In the dum district
Is Wildcat Johnson. Canadian mid.
dlewelght champion.
That point
can t»e verified by any of Promoter
" J i m ” Merrill*! funs who watched
the kltu:pln batter Ted " C o w b o y ”
(irahum Into subnitarton
Thurs­
day night at the Ixicks pavilion.
Four tluiea In the final five min­
utes of the main event (Jraham
bounced out of the ring onto the
hard
floors.
It was a simple
matter for the king o f the bone-
twisters to land a Jarring elbow
slam and end the matrh from that
point, for Graham
was
barely
able to atand erect.
Hut in the first 33 minutes of
ihe bout JohnMin was plainly In
difficulty against an oponent who
I»esHe M. Scott, chairman o f
showed twice as many tricks aa the commission, and E B. Aldrich,
he had In last week's encounter.
member o f the commission from
The first fall went to the pride Eastern Oregon, are giving
the
of the Locks In S: 33 with a flying work In Cascade I-ock* their per­
crucifix, a hold that had botheivd sonal attention and all Indications
Juhnson no little In the opening are that the project w ill be car­
minute*
A well planted right to ried forward without further de­
the stomach left the contestant* lay.
Mr. Scott was in Casiade
even-steven at 33 minutes, but a f ­ I-ocks In the past 10 days. Mr.
ter the flvi-m lnute rest
period. Aldrich, who publishes the East
Graham was plainly in no shape Oregonian In Pendleton, lived In
lo compete with the clever champ. Cascade Lock* when a young man
T w o state ‘police officer*,
ac­ went to unlveislty front the town.
Plans provide fo r a -rade about
companied by Officer
Clarenre
Hrow-n. curtailed the desire of on the level ,,f the tuw »ent grade.
many fans to vent their Ire on the Mr. Aldrich In Caacarl? Locks F r i­
day en route home, said the grade
victor.
In th. seml-wlndup Ray Lamp- from the bridge to the Horn club
mnn. 17U. Sacramento, body-slam­ would be raised only about six
med hi» way to a win over Inex­ Inches. The hill beyond the Horn
perienced Found Kalllo. Ifi.i. As­ club will be lev >ed and the turn
away
toria.
The veteran Californian In the road w !'.l be dene
found the Jarring tosses the best with.
Funds have not been available
way to down his clever, but slow­
yet fo r paving. This money may­
er rival.
A fter I-ampmnn hrwl taken the be taken from federal aid. and It
state.
Initial fall In the second canto. may be advanced by the
Kalllo evened the count In
'he Neither has the commission de­
fourth round with a flying mare termined whether It will use con­
and a tires», only to drop behind crete or bithulthlc.
In the sixth and final period.
Jlmmv Dolan- popular l*o’-tland-
er. mad" short work of
Curlev
Green. 1(50. Corvallis. In the first
of two preliminaries. Dtdan, who
Jim M errill’s two most consis­
Is a form er
fighter,
tired />f tent winners. Wildcat
Johnson,
Green's rough tactics early, and j uncrowned king o f the Canadian
landed enough Jabs o f his own to middleweight grap<ple-s. and Ray
• ake tin- d t i d i n g fall in the Ml
Lampnian, the veternn Californian,
nil round.
will tangle In the main event of
The three-round opener, a spec-] the Lock's promoter's main event.
Ini bout arranged
Jnst
before! Thursday night In the pavilion.
starting time, saw clever Tex Hag-1
Both Johnson and
Lampman
or. 1 -"»♦*. Kugene. go to u fast uraw have won their two matches here.
with Farmer Stewart. 16S, Salt
Johnson dropping Ted Granam
I-uke.
twice and l^anipnian winning over
This match brought a great deni Farmer Stewart and Young Kallo.
of applause and laughs from the Johnson Is plainly a ruffian, while
fans, fo r the tnatmen consistently the Californian wrestles cleanly as
mistook Referee Keith Wesp. who long as possible.
grow* more
popular
with
.he
The semi-windup will
find
crowd at each match, for their op­ Jlmmv Dolan, popular Portlander,
ponent-
nnd
played
"p ig-p ile” also a two-time winner, meeting
throughout the entire finnl round.
the clever Ted “ Cow boy" Graham,
pride of the Locks. The prelim­
OIMCXH C A R ÏGI- VCY
inary slated for six rounds, pits
Kd AI bee, form erly of the Roy
two newcomers. Kid Tex. of Texas,
Burnett Motors, In Portland, will I
and Young Tony, of Bonneville,
open a new nnd second-hand nn-l against each other.
tomoblle agency In Tgtrry Sher­
man's garage at Bonneville this
LEGION B A S K E T tiOCT.Ali
week.
Albeo. who will show De
The American Legion
held a
Soto. Chrysler and Plymouth mod­ successful basket social and card
el*. plans to have a show room party In the community
chapel
He has already contacted nnd sold Tuesday night. Prize for the best
ear* to several construction com­ Basket went to Mrs. Charles Bei-
larfs.
pany official*, be declared.
C ham p O n C ard