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A2 -- WEDNESDAY, JULY 2, 2003 -- THE SENTINEL C60s County BY JAKE WILHELM Bandon's new Commtmity Youth Center enters its firs: summer with a myriad of activities to keep young minds and bodies active. From pool tables to video games, from live bands to camping trips, from art classes to classes on how to find a job, director Bobbie Bolden and program director Rob Hester will make sure Bandon's youths have a busy summer. The center opened its doors last fall and now hosts 25-35 kids a day. The goal, Bolden said, is to give youths a fun, safe place to be anytime they want to drop in. Future plans include opening a coffee shop in the center, which will be run by youths to give them a taste of business life. Bolden credited the Bandon community for making the center possible with gener- ous donations. The center is also funded by organizations such as the Ford Family Foundation, Collins Foundation, Fred Mgyers and from revenue gained from their new thrift store on Highway 101. The center would appreciate any donations or business. For more information, call 347-8336, or visit at 101 SW 1 lth St, Bandon. The Bandon Community Center is located at 101 SW 11th Street and is open to youths of all ages. Youth Center program director Rob Hester (left) battles Desmond Myllyla (right) and Andy Santos at the center's foos ball table, Bryan Waiters takes a shot at the There's more than games for youths a shot at in the center; throughout mer the center offers classes and 12:42 a.m. 1st St. 911 Hang-up. Tadd's Resffturant. Reporting party advised that subject had returned to area. Request patrol check. Check completed: suspect evacuat- ed area or hiding. 1:12 a.m. Hwy 42. Possible DUll. Broken 911 cell report of possible DUll enroute to Coquille. REF: watched for vehicle; didn't arrive in CoquiUe. 1:55 a.m. Birch St. Possible Dull. CoquiUe Community Bldg. Intox. lee cream van leaving Tadd's and heading towards Fairview. REF: checked  lost vehicle in the area of 3rd St. and Gould. 9:58 p.m. 1st St. 911 Hang-up. 911 Hang up from pay phone, female heard on phone. REF: child playing with phone, parents will take care of it. 1:42 a.m. Adams St. Family Disturbance. Male/female. Verbal only; both advised of domestic violence laws. * 8:34 a,m. 1st St. Theft II. Motorhome broken into. Reporting party contacted, report taken. Crime Briefs Two alleged driving under the influence traffic stops in the Coos Bay area on Wednesday, June 25 led to further charges. A 45-year old Shady Cove woman was found to be in posses- sion of a prescribed controlled sub- stance unlawfully, after her vehicle was stopped in the Bunker Hill area about 9 p.m. A breath test also meas- ured her blood-alcohol level at .11 percent. A 46-year old Charleston man was found to be in possession of less than an ounce of marijuana after he was stopped in the Barview area of the Cape Arago Hwy., at 12:38 a.m. His blood-alcohol level was found to be. 14 percent. Got away A man, who was just sentenced to jail time in a Coos County Circuit Courtroom, fled late Thursday mom- 9:08 a.m. Folsom St. Theft II. Theft of stereo equipment. Stereo, 600 watt amplifier, speakers and box. Jne 24. 2003 12:31 a.m. 5th St. Phone Harassment. Reporting party being harassed by ex-husband. Contacted. Vehicle locat- ed at apartments behind Chevron station. Logged for patrol checks. 10:06 p.m. Fir St. Criminal Trespass I. Reporting party's son refusing to leave. Verbal only. 11:52 p.m. 15th St. Suspicious Vehicle. Suspicious vehi- cle parked in reporting party's driveway. REF: belongs to employee of reporting party; party just didn't recognize it. June 25. 2003 9:21 a.m. 1st St. Line Down. Some type of line down right in front of bakery. TV cable line: moved out of roadway. Charter Communications notified. 10:llp.m. Elliott St. Suspicious Person. Suspicious rnale in front of reporting party's residence urinating on bushes. ing, June 26. Terry Lucky Price, 45, of Coos Bay, is not considered dan- gerous. Police cordoned off an area in Coquille, and despite a search, officers could not locate him. Assaulted with tire iron A 24-year old Coos Bay woman was arrested on a felony assault charge after she allegedly attacked a 19-year old man with a tire iron. The incident reported, occurred on June 23 about 8:30 p.m. at Orick Lane, just offofCameron Road near the south entrance to Coos Bay. Jennifer C. Siguroa was transported and lodged in the Coos County Jail at Coquille. A bite out of crime He left a female passenger behind, ran to hide in blackberry bushes, and was bitten several times while resist- ing a police dog. Christopher M. Gericke, 24, of Coos Bay, didn't have a good morn- ing. According to a Coos Bay Police report, Gericke didn't stop for a patrol car at Newmark and LaClair about 10:30 a.m., Monday morning, June 23. He drove around the Staples store, stopped, and then fled from the vehicle. North Bend police dog "Odie'" was brought in for the search and found the suspect a short time later. After being treated at Bay Area Hospital, Gericke was charged with Attempt to Elude, Attempt to Elude on Foot, and three warrants for Possession of a Controlled Substance and Assault. He was transported and lodged in the Coos County Jail at Coquille. A 36-year old Coos Bay woman was transported and lodged in the Coos County Jail, at Coquille, on June 23 after she was found to be in possession of an illegal drug. Pamela L. Medeims was contacted near the intersection of Hollywood and Grand, in the Barview area, about 7:45 a.m. She was also charged with Probation Violation. ile for FUNERAL SERVICE offering... Locally Managed Cremation and Traditional Arrangements Friends of the family for over 85 years 396-3846 Coquille Chapel 225 N. Birch, Coquille Military Veterans Sentinel subscriptions for $18 a year. 396-3191 TOMATOE Cleo Yost Graveside services for Cleo Edith Yost, 84, of Coquille were held Wednesday June 25,2003 at 2:00 pm at Norway Cemetery. Chaplain John Sheese of South Coast Hospice, officiated. A visitation was held from 6 to 8 pm Tuesday, June 24 at Myrtle Grove Funeral Service, Coquille. Cleo was born April 22,1919 in Terre Haute. Indiana to Walter and Ida Mae (Houser) died June 18 in Coquille. She enjoyed ing, sewing, doing yard work and fishing, but all she loved to be with her family. She her daughter Shirley J. Beckett of San Die John D. Yost of Coquille; daughter Mary L. Coquille; and son Robert A. Yost of San Services were under the direction Funeral Service. Harlin Hoy Harlin Hoy, 82, of Coos Bay, OR, passed away June 20 in Portland. Funeral services were held at the Coquille Chapel in Coquille, on Thursday, June 26 at 1 p.m. Internment/inurement took place at the Pioneer Cemetery in Coquille. Arrangements were with Amling/Schroeder Funeral Service. Harlin was born March 18, 1921 in Parksburg, W. Virginia. He was an Aeronautical Eng spending time with his wife and family, He is survived by his wife Mary Hoy, Bay; children Terry Hoy of San Diego, CA; Hoy of La Mesa, CA, and Thomas Hoy CA.; brother Charles Hoy of Lakeside, CA; s dren Craig Robbins of Tacoma, WA, Robbins of Coos Bay, along with five and one great grandchild. Betty HaSher Services were held tbr Betty Jane ttatchcr. 74. of Coquillc. at 2 p.m. Sunday, June 22 at Emmanuel Baptist Church. Pastor John Baldwin officiated. Betty was born in Fairview on December 7,1928. She went sud- denly into the presence of her Lord on June 17, in her home. A woman of lhith in Christ, Betty was an active member of Emmanuel Baptist Church, where she attended virtually all her life. She experienced real satisfaction from her involvement as an Awana Club listener, missions committee member, church treasurer, junior church teacher, V.B.S. worker, and Bible Study member, to name a few. If two words could be chosen to describe Betty they would be faith- ful and dependable. Always cheer- ful, she was there every time the doors opened. Betty was also a faithful mem- ber of a number of organizations that served her community, includ- ing the Christian Women's After Five Club, Coquille Women's Club, the local food bank, and senior hot meals. She attended Bible studies with Women of the Word and the women of Myrtle Point Baptist. Betty worked for many years as an in-home caregiver, providing dependable, loving care to many. Her last patient was her dear moth- er Pamelia, who passed away in 1998. Betty enjoyed collecting stuffed bears and had several hun- dred that family and friends had given her. She was often seen with her dear friend Shirley Maiden and other women fi'om the church. In the last several years she also enjoyed the company of her Llasa Apso, Kelli. She is survived by numerous cousins that she loved and appreci- ated. Arrangements were under the direction of Amling/Schroeder, Coquille. Internment was in the Fairview Cemetery following the services. Memorial made to Emmanuel 282 West 6th Street, for the purpose of support the ministries special to Betty, Clubs. Betty's family and great comtbrt in John this is the will of my every one who beholdS and believes in Him eternal life; and I M him up on the last day." Death Notice Melissa Norris A funeral service for Coquille resident Melissa "Milly" Norris, age 68, has been scheduled for noon on Saturday, July 5, at the St. James Episcopal Church, Coquille. Norris passed away June 28, in Coquille. Internment will be at Myrtle Crest Memorial Gardens under the direction of Myrtle Grove Funeral Service. Patterson APRICOTS Service Notice Glen Crook Glen E Crook, 44 of Myrtle Point, died peacefully in Myrtle Point on June 27. A visitation was held Tuesday, July 1 at the Amling/Schroeder Funeral Home. A graveside service will be held on Wednesday July 2 at 10 am. arthe Norway Cemetery. Arrangements under the care of Amling/Schroeder Funeral Service, Myrtle Point Chapel 572-2524. RED PLUMS ,'ro.,ca, 27o.1 Juicy Earl Sheedy Earl Arthur SheedY, passed away June 22. December 17, 1918 in Wisconsin to Harry (Deen) Sheedy. SheedY times in both Coquille. He worked for Doyle's Lumber Co. peeler and loader enjoyed his work, and loved to garden He is survived by nificant other, Arlene Myrtle Point; daughter of Vale, OR and two He was preceded i life partner of 29 McClellan in August BOB SERVICE "We only do repairs, but we t 1455B