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January 11, 1973

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Page 2-A From The Record Marriages: Hipelito Rodriguey, N., Mexico and Barbara Rae Shaffer. Powers. Kyle Llewellan Cr0wley t Coq. and Irene Elizabeth Hawerton Coqullle. Robert Lee Fields, Coos Bay and Debra Alene Nieman Coos Bay. John Harold Meyers, Coos County and Debbie Carol Hadden Coos County. Steven Mark Ross, Marion County and Casandra Garrett, Coos County. Susan Ann Deel, Coos County and Joel Thomas Donahue, Lane County. James Scavera Coos Bay and Betsy Margaret Hiney, Coos Bay. Mark Alan Barnhart Coos County and Darlene Grace Puckett D Coos County. Thomas Arthur Cliff, Char- leston and Amy Marlene Cozad, Coos Bay. Larry Carl Tyler, North Bend and Carol Jo Pond, North Bend. Divorces: Curcuit Court Closed: Harris Monroe Austin vs Elizabeth ann Austin. Marriage terminates March 6, 1973. Charleta Ester Peters and Simon Thomas Peters. Mar- riage terminates March 4, 1973. Nicky Leigh Sonneman and Karen MaySonneman. Marriage terminates. March 4, 1973. State of Oregon vs David E11is Gould. Pied Guilty to burglary in 2rid degree. Sen- tence passing suspended for 5 years. On probation for that period. Carol Edward Costley vs Then Louise Costley. Donald Rae Magnuson vs Sandra J. Magnuson. Linda D, Prescott vs Stephen V. Prescott. Norton Margaret Fackrell vs Proctoas Rusolph Fackrell. Roger Lee Goodrich vs Nelda Jo Goodrich. Circuit Court Filed: Frances E. Brimhall vs Ernest Neff Choquette. Support. Robert F. Harvey and Eleanor A. Harvey vs Robert Michael Nierenhausen and Bonnie D. Nierenhausen and Mid-State Bank. Suit in equity for fore- closure on real estate contract. Nerna M. Iverson vs Pony Village Inc. Action at law a- rising over an accident Feb. 23, 1972. Asks $25,000 and unde- termind medical expenses; costs and disb. Brenda Matejka vs James William Matejka. Support. Diana Lynn Smith by George L. Smith her guardian ad litern vs Benito Vincent, Paul Vincent and General Motors Corp. Action at law for dam- ages arising over an auto ac- cident June 27, 1972 on South Empire Boulevard. Asks $60, 000 general damages; costs and disb. State of Oregon ex rel, State Water sources Board vs O- cean Terminals Co. an Ore. Carp and Bohemia Inc. an Ore. Corp. dba Umpqua River Nav- igation Co. Suit for injunction to enjoin and abate the public nu- isance alleged in Complaint, regarding the Coos Bay estuary. Stampers J &amp; J Tire vs Har- vey E. Berkley and ElvaBerk- Icy. Asks judgment on prom- issory note in sum of $1,930. 50 at 6%, $650 atty fees; costs & Dlsb. Roger Iverson vs Cal-Ore. Myrtle wood and Ivan E. Hauls and Marjove E. Horie. Asks to recover on a promissory note in sum of $13,000 at 9%; $2, 500 atty fees. Gem Club To Meet The Coquille Valley Gem and Mineral Club will meet on Jan. 17. at 8 p.m. in the council room at city hall. For the program, Willard and Helen Morgan will show slides of their 1972 trip to the New Englanda- rea. Visitors are most wel- come. At the December meeting, there were 21 members present and 4 guests-Bob and Lou Os- trander, Alberta C. Hougardy and Louise Maynard, all of Coq- uille. The program wasthegift exchange and Lawrence Welk Christams Carol Records. The Christmas tree was decorated with rock jewelry made by the Clymers and Panters. The refreshments were served by Bill and Mary Cline. The beautiful jewelry in the club*s display casein Luckmans Flying A window on downtown First street was made by Bill and Mary Cline. The club gave several boxes of rocks for the 4-H Center near Salem. Observe Birthday The Coquille Set- In- Order club was started by Mr. and Mrs. Addison Wells 24 years ago with Mr. and Mrs. George Rampelos one of the first instructors. The club planned a birthday dance inDe- cember but it snowed and iced it to a standstill so it is planned for Jan. 13 at the Coqullle Community building at 8:30p.m. Two Brookings callers; Tom Short and Gordon McNew will call the dance. All clubs and square dancers are inviTted to come and help celebrate. Spec- tators are welcome. There will be a supper after the dance of salads and sandwiches. Re- member to come on Jan. 13 at 8:30 p.m. U I i State of Oregon vs David Ellis Gould. Pled guilty to forgery in the 1st degree. Sent. to 2 yrs in Correction Div. Jeannette Irene Vollstedt vs Rex Arthur Vollstedt. Dismiss- ed. Grace Ann Radford vs James D. Radford. Dismissed. Ronald F. Tribble vs Wayne Murray and C. H. McCowap- )}smissed. Suit arose over alleged failure to properly dia- gnose and treat a abdominal tumor. Paula J. Leafdahl vs David COQUILLE VALLEY SENTINEL S. Fisher and Dale B. Fisher. Dismissed w/prejudice and w/o costs. Suit arose over an auto accident. Arthur M. Bruce and alga M. Bruce vs Richard Steege and Viola Steege. Decree md permanent injunction to re- train plantiffs from enterning and maintaining a roadway on defendants property. In the Matter of the Comp- ensation of AmeliaKing. Claim- ant awarded permanent partial disability equal to 50 degrees for partial loss of her right forearm; costs & disb. Edmund Emanuel Ulmer and Donna Fay Ulmer. Dismissed. Leona Boardman vs Reuben itendrickson. Dismissed w/ prejudice and w/o costs. Mark A. Kinsland and M. E. Kinsland, Dennis L. Buoy and Margie R. Buoy, Joseph A. Berg and Mary Berg, Lewis B. Carr- oll and Lily D. Carroll, Mar- garet Alborn and John T. Hard- ing and L. S. Harding vs Gerald W. Saint and Lornelle K. Saint Dismissed w/prejudice andw/o cost to any party. Associated Indemnity Corp. vs Mobil Oil Car. Dismissed w/prejudice and w/o costs. Arlyn L. Clemo vs Darold Peterson. Dismissed w/pre- judice and w/o costs. District Court William Duane Davis DWUIL pled guilty fine $305. Carol Ann Hurst, disobey stop sign, pled guilty, fine $11. ........ ......:.:.:.:.;...., ...: :.:.:.: :::::::.>: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::: .... i::i::::: ::::.':i: :'::::,":i ............................. iiiiiii ....................................... ! . ':-iiii{i I :.:iiiiiii: :{ii{:' :?:::i!i}ii{i:i{ ::'ii{{{:i@::'..!ii!:ii. .:. ..... .:.:.'.:.:.:-.<,:.: ::::: .z.:.:...:.::.'.:,:.:.'-'." ..:::':.:? :::::::::::::::::::::: {! : "'i '.*. ....... :.,.:: ,':::.: .::. . ...::.:, ,, ii. ,2: . FRESH PICNIC 00T,L00PORK ROAST Nebergall's Sliced Bologna or Salami Nebergall's All Meat Franks Pkg. 12-oz. Pkg. 59 49 Potato Chips Red& White 39 9 I/2 oz. Box Wine Annie Green Springs Cherry or Berry Fifth 89 Flour Ph easa n t ,o-,b. ,,o+ 88 Tuna Sea Boy 28 BANDON CHEESE 2 lb. $179 LEMONS $ FOR Steven Howard James Ex- cessive noise, pled guilty, fine $6. James Karl McCulloch, no' truck license, pled guilty case closed obt. lic. Louis Charles Schrag, oper. lic expired, case dismissedlic. renoewed. Gregory Michael Seto, no op. license, pled guilty. Jim G. Coleord, negotiating bad check, pied guilty to pass sent. 1/5/73. David Strain fail to stop for school bus, pied guilty, fine $11. Judith K. Barton, Disorderly conduct, pled guilty, 1 year prob. Ira Luther Barnett, 4700# comb. o.1. pled guilt),, prob. 30 have overload Bo n e I ess Picnic Hams exceed 3,000#. . James Darrell Malone, 6920 comb. o.1. pledguilty, fineS199. Clyde Elton Spikes, careless driving changed, pled to guilty, fined $37. improper change of lanes, pled NG trial 2/2734:30. Alfred Leroy Watson, 2,600# comb. o.1., pled guilty line $13. Robert Thomas Detlefsen, dis. stop sign, findings guilty, fine $11. Robert Kent Adler, (anadeq. wheel covers), pled guilty, prob. 45 days. Merbert Neville DesMarets, expired oper. license case dis- missed. Glenn Rodger Huntley, ex- cessive noise (muffler), pled guilty, prob. 45 days. Hubert Lee McMahan, impro- Crushed - Sliced Chunk MANDALAY PINEAPPLE $ CANS Thursday, January 11, 19 per left, pied guilty, fi+ Mike Kenneth Nerbon fective equip, pled guilt $6. Mike Kenneth NerboJ mud flaps, pled guilty, $6. William Frederic H DWUIL, pled guilty, $305. Martin Luther Culp, Di sentence; jury verdict, I $455 fine and 5 days jai execution of sentence f days pending possible at Julian Myers, reckless  ing, fined $155. i Alan Hough Chism, Excd noise, pled guilty prob. 45 Arthur Jacob, Edelman fective equip, pled guilty, ! 60 days. ,,.98 +e,+, ...... $1 09 Armour Hams ,b. YAMS & SWEET POTATOES LB. Mustard Greens, Fresh Beets, 19 S p in ac h Bu Navel Oranges 8 ,bs. $1 TUBE BISCU IT I ..... III I _ IO Jan. II thru Jan. 17 Pillsbury Tube Detergent Red & White 59 49-oz. Bread Oven Fresh $1 22 I/2-oz. 4 For Salad Dressing Red& White 38 "Quart Size Cake Mixes Red & White 181/2oz. 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