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Two--Wednesday, January 10, 2001--THE SENTINEL i se Street M00cheal Ph00lhps What ,to you think about Clinton's proposed 60 million acre! B nation al forest pla ? , , .o FRED THORNE "I think it is a good deal, oth- erwise the big companies will have it all." JOEL FISHER RAY POWELL "He's over extending his "I don't think they ought to. rights and it's a bad idea. It I think it should be man- needs to be managed but not aged." by Clinton." From The Record [POLICE ACTIVITY I Dec. 28, 2000 Theft 3, 100 block First. Suspect stole beer from Safeway store, ran out door and was last seen heading east on First. Assist government/possible arson. Traffic control at fire scene, 400 block Second. Assault 4, 1200 block Shelley Road. Female came to reporting party's residence asking for help, had a cut wrist. Traffic stop, mile post 12.5 Hwy. 42. Cited: Marshall Godin, no violation info in police log. Dee. 29, 2000 Traffic stop, Hwy. 42 and Central. Cited: George Leafy, no violation info in police log. Traffic stop, Third and Central. Cited: Michael Minks, no violation info in police log. Prowler, 1200 block Shelley Road. Resident heard noises out front and on back deck. Officer unable to locate anyone. Suspicious vehicle, Central Blvd. Vehicle parked in same place for several days, now has one win- dow broken out. Vehicle repossession, Baxter. Repo by Andy Adams, Racing Enterprises of Coos Bay. PCS, Second and Baxter. Request file number for PCS, intro- ducing contraband to juvenile detention facility. Burglary, 900 block Dean. Report taken for burglary 1, theft 2. Dec. 30, 2000 DUll, mile post 14, Hwy. 42. Arrested: Joshua J. Hult, DUII. Transported to Coos County Jail. BAC. 13. Vehicle towed by, Clyde's Towing. Traffic stop/wanted/stolen, Central. Arrested: Jason A. Ballard for unlawful possession. Family disturbance, 500 block Baxter. Male reported female being assaulted. Suspect left area. Noise disturbance, 600 block Central. Female reported loud music from vehicles at Fast Mart. Officer responded. Suspicious circumstance, Baxter Street. Male and female stashed beer in brush behind Safeway. Beer recovered and returned to Safeway employees. Reassigned case, 1700 block Dogwood. Victim assaulted by subject who left the area in a black vehicle. Juvenile problem, 0 block I POLICE ACTIVITY I Collier. Complaint of large amount of juvenile traffic. Officer checked area; unable to locate. Assist police, 200 block Cedar Point Road. Provided assistance with transport of Misty Smith to detention. Dee. 31, 2000 Theft 2, 600 block Central. Observed by officer. Arrested: Richard Bryant for Theft II. Taken to Coos County Jail. Alarm sounding, 400 block Central. Alarm at McKays Market. Reporting party did speak to an unknown male in the store but line was disconnected. Contacted new assistant manager. I FIRE & AMBULANCE ] Dec. 29, 2000 Medical call, motor vehicle accident, Hwy. 42 S. No transport. Rescue call, i'ollovrt" fin Hwy. 42 S. Cancelled. ' Dee. 30, 2000 Medical call, cardiac transfer to Sacred Heart in Eugene. Dee. 31, 2000 Medical call, trauma. Transport to Coquille Valley Hospital. Medical call, transfer to Bay Area Hospital. Medical call, response to Myrtle Point. Transport to Coquille Valley Hospital. Medical call. Transport to Coquille Valley Hospital. Medical call, cardiac arrest. Transport to Coquille Valley Hospital. Medical call, cardiac. Transport to Coquille Valley Hospital. Fire call, car fire at Coquille Valley Hospital. Cancelled. Jan. 1, 2001 Medical call. Transport Coquille Valley Hospital. to Jan. 3, 2001 Medical call. Transport to Bay Area Hospital. Jan. 4, 2001 Medical transfer to Bay Area ' Hospital. Jan. 5, 2001 Medical call, transport Coquille Valley Hospital. Fire call, cancelled. to Don't m, !ke a sad day in your life more costly than it has to be. Check our prices first. Ask about our 180 days no payment policy* FUNERAL SERVICE Call 396-3846 Serving Oregon's South Coast with dignity since 1916 Robert William Hughlett Graveside services were held on Monday, January g, for Robert William Hughlett, 40, at Myrtle Crest Memorial Gardens. Pastor John Baldwin of Emmanuel Baptist Cmrch officiated. . ,: "Bob" was born on January 15, 1960, in Crescent City, California. He passed away on December 31,2000, at home in Coquille. Bob attended Coquille High School and then received "on the job" training in his chosen occupation of auto body and fender work. Eventually he opened his own shop that he operated until the present. He lived on the south coast all his life except for a brief two-year period when he worked drilling oil wells in New Mexico and Texas. "Little Bob" has one son, Cody, who was the light of his life. He was a good-hearted man who enjoyed helping oth- ers and he and Cody ,were strangers to no one around Coquille. Bob received Christ at camp when he was thirteen and was baptized on December 23, 1973. He and Cody enjoyed camping and three-wheeling together, and road trips ta take Cody to chess tournamenls. He will be deeply missed by his son, Cody; parents, B0b and Patricia Hughlett; brgthers Scott Hughlett and Edward Hughlett, and sister-in-law Rose; sisters Kathleen Kinney and Wendy Lodholz, and broth- er-in-law Dave Lodholz; and Walt Kinney, all of Coquille; plus grandmother Juanita 3rady of Bandon, and numerous aunis, uncles, nieces, nephews, and many, many friends, All Christmas Ornaments ........ 200/00,, All Printed Shirts &All Fabrics ...... 10% Off Paperback Books FREE Buy 1 Book & Get I The Bookshe-ll:l GIFTS & CRAFTS I 30 E. First St., Coquille, OR ] 396:,5211 _ I DeWAYNE BICKFORD "I don't like it. They have too much land and parks now." Arrangements are under the direction of Myrtle Grove Funeral Service. Memorial con- tributions can be made to an account for his son Cody that has been set up at Security Bank in Coquille. Bill Griggs, Sr. A funeral service for long time Coos County resident Bill Griggs Sr. was held Saturday, January 6, 2001 at Clackamas Valley Baptist Church in Estacada. Mr. Griggs died in Gresham on December 31, 2000. He was 89 years of age. He was born on April 24, 1911 in Healdsburg, Calif. His parents were Reno and Lilly Griggs. He moved to Washington in 1916 and then to Oregon in  1924. He complte.high school  in Myrtle Point, graduating as valedictorian, and attended Oregon State College. Later he went to work in the woods as a bucker in southern Oregon. He married Marjorie "Jean" Rice on February 12, 1937 in Roseburg. He was a bookkeep- er for several logging compa- nies in Sweet Home before moving to Estacada in 1945. He worked for Houghton Logging as a bookkeeper for a time before moving back to Coos County, where he owned and operated a logging and sawmill business. After a logging acci- dent in 1950, he worked for a surveyor in Coos County. He came back to Estacada in April of 1953 where he was employed by Elk Creek Logging, retiring in 1974. . Mr. Griggs enjoyed hunting, fishing and working in his gar- den and his yard, but his great- est joy was found in his family members. He was a member of Clackamas Valley Baptist Church and was loved by his family there also. Survivors include his beloved wife of almost 64 years, Jean Griggs of Estacada; his two children, Sharon D. Brown of Elmira, and Rev. Bill Gfiggs Jr. of Estacada; a sister, Violet M. Geitner, of Coquille; four grand- children, eleven great-grand- children and six great-great- grandchildren. He was preceded in death by great granddaughter Alesha Dawn Griggs. dumboWinston CAULIFLOWER, S l EACH DANISH SQUASH 3 FOR RADISHES 3FoSl PETE PLEW "I don't think much of it. I think it is wrong." OLLA BELL PLEW "I think they are tryinJ take our rights away make Oregon and the wl west a national park." Interment was at George Cemetery in Estacada. Estacada Funeral Chapel is in care of arrangements. Walter S. Tripp A Celebration of Life for Scappoose resident Walter S. Tfipp was held Friday, January 5, 2001 at Bateman Carroll Funeral Home in Gresham. Private interment was held at Willamette National Cemetery in Portland. Walter was born September 22, 1931 in Myrtle Point, OR, the son of Walter and Katherine Tripp. He died December 29, 2000 in Portland at the age of 69. He was raised and educated in Myrtle Point, where he grad- uated from high school. He then worked in the area as a logger until entering the United States Army in 1952. He served dur- ing the Korean conflict, return- ing to Myrtle Point in 1955 after being discharged. He remained in Myrtle Point work- ing as a logger until moving to Portland several years later. He married Dorothy Miller in 1957 and they later divorced. While living in Portland, Walter worked as a truck driver for several firms. He retired in 1993 and moved to Scappoose, in 1999 where he was a member of the Scappoose Senior Center as well as the Eagles Lodge in Rainier. He is survived by: his sons David of Hollow Rock, Tenn., Jeffrey of Portland, Kenneth of Scappoose; a daughter, Kimberly Tripp of Aloha; sis- ters Lola Grant of Gresham, Ann Williams of Springfield, and Faye Perry of Arcata, Calif. and five grandsons. Martin W. Henthorne A memorial service was held on Dec. 29, 2000 at Willamette United Methodist Church in West Linn, for Martin W. Henthome, 85, of Coquille, who died Dec. 25, 2000, in Oregon City. Martin was born on Feb. 6, 1915 in Estacada. His family moved to South Dakota when he was a young boy. He married A Fem Griffey in 1936 and tl moved to Oregon. He worked[ the shipyards during the years and later at various f and logging jobs and Cro Zellerbach Mill in Oregon C He left there in 1955 when was declared legally bli After a couple more moV back and forth between Ore and South Dakota, they fin settled in Coquille in the e, 1970's. In the last 20 years Ma had two guide dogs. He said t he and his first dog, Yama could have walked to Portll and back, with the miles walked in their neighborhood Sanford Heights. He was preceded in death his wife Fern, in 1994, sister, and two brothers. survived by daughters Schrader of Canby, Tyner of Port Ludlow, Carol Williams of Coquille, Richard Henthorne of Co sister Hazel Lovell brother Henry Henthorne Oregon City, 18 32 great grandchildren, and great, great grandchildren. Internment was at View Cemetery in Oregon Memorial contributions may made to Guide Dogs to Blind, Boring, OR. The Coquille Valley Sentinel (USPS is a weekly newspaper published Wednesday. Street address: #1 Barton's/I Icy. Coquille, OR; mailing 400, Coquille, OR 97423-0400. (541) 396-3191; Fax: (541) 396-3624; mail: Entered Periodicals mail matter at the Coquille. OR. All original artwork, advertisiv stories prepared by The Sentinel are th erty of The Sentinel and may duced for any other use without written approval. Subscription rates: in Coos County, $21. a year; Coos County Seniors, $18.00 a elsewhere in Oregon. $24.00 a Oregon, $30.00 a year; outside USA a year. Postmaster: Send address correcti Box 400, Coquille, OR 97423. Member. Oregon sociation, National ERRORS: Advertisers should read their the first day. The Sentinel shall not for failure to publish an ad or the t' cal errors or omissions in lc to the extent of the cost of the ad fi day's insertion. Adjustment for errors ited to the cost of portion of the ad the error occurred. 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