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Y, September 30, 1971 of: Five Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00) on the Ist day of April, 1974; Ten Thousand ,t CIRCUIT COURT Dollars ($10,000.00) on the STATE OF OREGON 1st day of APril, 1975: Sixteen. COUNTY Thousand Dollars ($16,000.00) on the 1st day of April, 1976; No. 241 Seventeen Thousand Dollars ($17,000.00) on the 1st day of April of each of the years 1977 CLAY CAMPBELL, and 1978; Eighteen Thousand vs HELEN M. CA- Dollars ($18,000.00) on the ,Defendant. 1st day of April, 1979; Twenty Thousand Dollars ($20,000.00) M. CAMPBELL on the 1st day of April of each NAME OF THE of the years 1980, 1981, 1982 OF OREGON, you are and 1983; Twenty-oneThousand to appear and Dollars ($21,000.00) on the Complaint filed ag- 1st day of April, 1984; Twenty- the above.entitled two Thousand Dollars cause, within four ($22,000.00) on the 1st day of the date of first of April, in each of the years of this Summons, 1985, 1986 and 1987. The full fall so to appear faith and credit of the City of for want thereof, Coquille is pledged to pay the will apply to the .principal of and interest on relief demanded .aid bonds. succinct statement The bonds will bear interest follows: payable semi-annually on the 1st Plaintiff an absol- day s of April and October of of and from the each year at such rateor rates, not exceeding seven per cent Summons uponyou (7%) per annum, as shall be is made by or- specified by the successfulbld- Honorable James A. der. Both the principal of and of the Circuit the interest upon the bonds will State of Oregon be paid at the office of the City duly made and Treasurer of the City of the 3rd day o f Coquille, Coos County, Oregon. The Department of Environ- 4AYNE, MURPHY & mentalQuality will submltabid ANDERSON for the purchase of the within Robert M. Stults described bonds. for Plaintiff The bonds will be sold to the P.O. Box 218 highest bidder, but the City of Roseburg, Oregon Coquille reserves the right to reject any or all bids. Unless September 16, 23, all bids are rejected the bonds 7, 1971. will be awarded to the bidder complying with the terms of the Notice of Sale, and submitting the bid which provides the COURT lowest cost to the City of Coq- OF OREGON uille. COUNTY Each bid must be uncon- COOS ditional, must be accompanied by a certified check or cash- ier's check in favor of the City Plaintiff, vs. Defendant. of Coquille of or upon a bank doing business in the State of Oregon, in the sum of FIVE OF SALE THOUSAND DOLLARS ($5,000.00), and must be en- IS HEREBY GIVEN closed in a sealed envelope ned Sheriff of addressed to the undersigned Oregon, pursuant and marked on the outside Wrlt of Exe- "Proposal for Bonds". No ln- made and entered terest will b e allowed on the will offer for deposit with the bid, but the at a public auc- check of the successful bidder will be retained as part payment following described of the bonds or to secure the or so much City of Coqullle against any loss be necessary to resulting fro m failure of the execution herein, bidder to comply with the terms of his bid. Each bidder shall include in (1/2) of the in his bid a statement of the (1/2) net cost to the City of Coquille, one-quarter if his bid is accepted. ! Section Nine (9L The successful bidder willbe Twenty-nine '295 furnished with the writtenopin- Fourteen .(14) ion of Shuler, Rankin, Myers, Iri= Walsh and Hagen, ofPortla.d, County, Oregon.' Oregon,'t6 tim effect thtt {he bonds constitute the valid and Will be made on the legally binding obligation of the 1971comm- said City of Coquille. a.m. and said The bonds will be delivered said property will complete, without undue delay,  cash. The sale of at the expense of the City of shall be made Coquille, Oregon, to the suc- cessful bidder. courthouse Courthouse in Coq- L.D. DALRYMPLE City Recorder of the City of Coquille, Oregon County, Ore. First Publication: September September 9, 16, 23, 1971. Second Publication: Sept- ember 30, 1971. O000000000e IN THE CIRCUIT COURT COURT OF THE STATE OF OREGON ATE OF OREGON IN AND FOR THE COUNTY COUNTY OF COOS -E TO PE RSONS OF THE ES- A. MOORE, HEREBY GIVEN :ned have been repre- W the above es- having clai- estate are re- the same (4) months from e office of SLACK k'S AT 158, Coquille, first published Y of September, "AMILLA MOORE Representative North Knott L. SLACK Representative 800 West Fourth Oregon 97423 September 16, 23, 1971. NOTICE TO INTERESTED PERSONS Case No. In the Matter of the Estate of ROY MARSHALL, Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned has been appointed personal represen- tative of the above estate. All persons having claims against the estate are required to pre- sent the same within four (4) months from this date at the offices of Berg, Berg & Walsh, P.O. Box 99, Coquille, Oregon. Dated and first published this 23rd day of September, 1971. LANDY M. MARSHALL Personal Representative Publish four times: Sept- ember 23, 30, October 7, 14, 1971. NOTICE OF SALE School District No. 8, Coq- uille, Coos County, Oregon, will on the 14th day of October, 1971, at 7:30 p.m. PDT, sell all merchantable timber, except those trees designated by said district, from the School Dis- OF trice property described as Bl- ock 4, Barrow and Strang Addition to Coquille, Coos Co- will be re- unty, Oregon, and adjacentSch- Undersigned un- eel District property, to the P.m. on the 12th highpst and best bidder. Re- 1971, and ira- moral of said trees must be will b{ the Common City of Coquille, Purchase'at not per cent and accrued in- following des- general obli- completed within 30 days from the date of acceptance of bid. Specifications may be obtained at the office of School Dis- trict No. 8. Said School District reserves the right to refuse any and all bids. the principal SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 8 HUNDRED Route 1, Box 197 AND DOLLARS Coquille, Oregon 97423 dated October LRturing serially Publish: September 23, 30, at the rate 197L COQUILLE VALLEY SENTINEL IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE OF OREGON IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF COOS NOTICE TO INTERESTED PERSONS In the Matter of the Estate of EDWARD A. RUSSELL, De- ceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned has been appolnted personal representa- tive of the above estate. All persons having claims against the estate are required to pre- sent the same within four (4) months from this date at the offices of Berg, Berg & Waish, P.O. Box, 99, Coquille, Oregon. Dated and first pubUshedthis 23rd day of September, 1971. A. WAYNE RUSSELL Personal Representative Coquille, Oregon 97423 Publish four times: Sept- ember 23, 30, October 7, 14, 1971. '0000000000000 CALL FOR BIDS School District No. 8, Coq- uille, Coos County, Oregon, does hereby call for bids for the removal of the buildings located on Block 4, Barrow & Stran Addition to Coquille, Co- os County, Oregon, formerly known as the Chancy property. Removal and cleaning must be completed within Ninety (90) days from the award of said bid. Bids will be received until 7:30 p.m. PDT October 14, 1971 at the School District Office, at which time bids will be open- ed. Specifications may be obtained at the School District Office. Said School District reserves the right to refuse any and all bids. NOTICE TO BIDDERS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Common Council of the CRy of Coquille, Oregon, will receive bids for the improve- ment of a portion of East Third Street in the City of Coquille, Coos County, Oregon. All bids must be in accor- dance with the maps, plans and specifications of the City En- gineer filed in the Offlce of the City Recorder on the 13th day of August, 1971, which are hereby referred to and made a part of this notice. Forms of bids for contract and bond may be had upon application to the City Recorder. The Common Council reserves the right to reject any and all bids, with or without cause. A certified check or bid bond with a commercial surety company in the sum of 5% of the amount bid must be submitted with such bid, to be forfeited to the City of Coquille in the event the bidder refuses to sign the contract and execute the bond as provided in the Ordinance providing for such improvement. Said bond to be in the sum of 50% of the total amount of the contract. The work must be completed on or before August 15, 1972. Bids must be riled in the Office of the City Recorder before the hour of 5:00 o'clock p.m. on the 15th day of October, 1971. All bids must be submitted in an envelope plainly marked - "Bid - Third Street". All bids must be for a lump sum, accompanied by unit prices, for the purpose of estimating ad- ditions or deductions made during the course of the work. L D. DALRYMPLE City Recorder Publish: September 30, Oct- ober 7, 1971. 00o000000000, -City In Action- September 20, 1971 City Parks and Recreation Director Combs, Pulbic Works Super- intendent Christoson and Chief of Police Danlels. Minutes of the previous meet- ing were approved as submitted without a reading on motion by Bryan and second by Sackett. Hail presented a letter from the Coqullle Chamber of Com- *merce expressing their ap- preciation to Gary Wright for his program on the Junior Pol- ice Reserve. They stated their approval and support this or- gani zation. Hall asked all for recom- mendations for topics of dis- cussion at the League of Oregon Cities. Ed Sandine appeared regard- ing his trees cut during con, struction of the Knowlton Heights sewer. Bryan reported for the Water Committee and stated they felt thegeneral area was left in a messy condition. The tree tops should be stacked for burning and the excess fill dirt should be pulled back from the bottom land. Hall reported Farreli had been very coop- erative with all requests made by the City, and he was sure the matter would be cleared up shortly. Slack recommended obtaining an affidavit listing creditors from the attorneys for the bonding agency before any further payments will be made This regular meeting of the to Farrell. Sackett moved to Council was called to order by authorize the City Manager to Mayor Mason. Councilmenpre- contact the attorneys for the sent were Bryan, Miller and bonding agency, stating terms Sackett. upon which we will make final Others present wet e City payment. Bryan seconded and Manager, City Attorney Slack, the motion carried. Recorder Dalrymple, City Manager Hall presented a request from Rex Brudos for the extension of a 6" water line from Oak StreettoTeleprompt- er to serve the newly annexed area. Sackett moved for appro- val of the request. Bryan se- conded and the motion carried. City Manager Hall requested authorization to pay G. W. Wood- ward with warrants for work done on White Cloud. Sackett moved to authorize the Mayor, Treasurer and Recorder to is- sue warrants in the amount of $9,775.57 to First National Bank at an interest rate not to exceed 5 1/2%. Bryan sec- onded and the motion carried. Bryan then moved to authorize payment of $1,349.85 for East 5th Street and $475.11 for West 5th Street. Sackett seconded and the motion carried. Slack presented an ordinance, proposed tobe#848, fixing alien in the amount of $740 against the property at I10 North Dean Street for the unpaid cost of dangerous building removal. Bryan moved for adoptionofthe ordinance. Miller secondedand all present voted aye in a roll call vote. Council discussed the speed problem at the High School The City Manager will contact Mr. Sandmann of the State High- way Departn/ent. City Manager Hall reported he had sent interoffice memos i to Harold Marshman and Paul SCHOOL DISTRICTNO. 8Coos County, Oregon Jo  Holland informlng them of the Route I, Box 197 Council's decision on residenee Coquille, Oregon 97423 Publish: September 23, 30, 1971. 00000000000 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE OF OREGON IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF COOS SUMMONS Case No. 30644 CONNIE ETHEL PLEC, Plain- tiff, vs. JOSEPH CLAYTON PLEC, Defendant TO: JOSEPH CLAYTON PLEC, THE ABOVE NAMED Defendant IN THE -NAME OF THE sAW OF OPZSON: Yo e hereby required to appear and answer the Amended Complaint filed against you in the above entitled suit on or before the 13th day of September, 1971, said date being after the ex- piration of four weeks from the date of the first publication of this Summons; and if you fail so to appear and answer said Complaint, or otherwise plead thereto, for want thereof, the plaintiff will apply to the Court for the relief prayed for in her Amended Complaint, to-wit: 1. That the marriage and marriage contract now and heretofore existing between the plaintiff and defendant be dis- solved. 2. That plaintiff be award- ed the care, custody and con- trol of Lisa Yvonne Pelc and Matthew Clayton Pelc, the minor children of the parties, subject to the reasonable rights of visitation by and with the defendant. 3. That defendant be required to pay through the Clerk of this Court for the use of the plaintiff in the care, support and education of the minor children of the parties the sum of $50 per month for each child. 4. For judgment against the defendant for the sum of $350 as and for reasonable attorney fees, plus $60 costs, in the event this suit is not contest- ed, or for the sum of $500 as attorney fees, plus $60 costs, in the event this suit is con- tested. 5. For such other and fur- ther relief as to the Court may seem just and equitable. This Summons is served upon you by publication thereof in in the Coquille Valley Sentinel pursuant to an Order of the Hon- orable James A. Norman Judge of the above entitled Court, made, dated, and entered onthe 28th day of September, 1971, which said Order required that the date of the first publication of said Summons should be on the 30th day of September, 1971, and the date of the last publication thereof being the 21st day of October, 1971. Joseph O. Berg Of Attorneys for Plaintiff P.O. Box 99 Coquille, OR 97423 Publish: September 30; Oct- ober 7, 14, 21, 1971. '000000000000 FRIE00DLYI I A I1 I 2kll00 "The way most people manage to live within their income is partially." National Highway Week Oregon joined with the rest of the nation in the observance of National Highway Week during the periodSeptember 19- 25. This year's theme, "Roads and Streets -- Backbone of Total Transportation," served to re- cognize the continued efforts of Oregon's State Highway Division in working with cit- izens and other governmental agencies to meet the need for improved, reliable trans- portation facilities, Sandmann was born Septem- ber 12, 1931, at Minor, North Dakotm He and his wife, Ka- thleen, have four children. He began his present job in Nov- ember, 1968, though he started work with tState Highway Div- ision in July, 1953. He has 293 miles of road in his dis- trict. Sandmannplays golf when possible. He is a member of the Southwest Oregon Chapter, Professional Engineers of Ore- gon, and the National Society of Oregon's State Highway Professional Engineers. System is regarded as one of the finest in the nation. This Projects completed in the is no happenstance occurrence, last five ears and ro'ects but lnv%lVolrkarUatnPlaLlng tpresently nder construction. Y Y P P " PROJECTS ON STATE HIGH- The state's three major indus- WAY SYSTEM tries are all highway oriented. They are lumber and woodpro- ducts, agriculture and tourism. Back in 1913, efforts were launched to "get Oregon out of the mud," so that the state could make economic progress. A Highway Commmslon, consist- ing of the Governor, State Tr- easurer, and Secretary of State, was organized to give direction to the state's road-buildingpro- gram. Over the next several years it soon became apparent that these three gentlemen were too preoccupied withtheir other duties to give the highway pro- gram sufficient attention. As a consequence, in 1917, athree- man Commission appointed by the Governor was named to guide and direct this road- building program. This system has continued in effect to the present, and Oregon long ago "got out of the mud." Oregon's State Highway Sys- tem now totals 7,535 miles, which includes 735 miles of the Interstate Highway System. There are 4,815 miles in the Primary System and 2,717 in the Secondary. There are an additional 4,673 miles on the Federal - aid county road system. The total mileage of all roads, city streets, Forest Roads, other county roads, In- dian Reservation Roads, Bureau of Land Management Roads, and others is 95,063. The State Highway Com- mission was so effective in its road-building program that ,many other tasks have been given to it through the years. These include the development and management of one of the finest State Parks Systems in the country; control of the st- ate's ocean beaches; super- "vision of the Scenic Waterways Act; control of billboards along the highway system; support of historical sites; and con- struction of bicycle trails. The State Highway Division acts as the action arm for the Commission inthe performance of many of these tasks. The headquarters of the Division is located in Salem, but the state is divided into five numbered regions and a Metropolitan Re- gion for decentralization of con- trol. The regions are further subdivided into districts which follow the alignment of the st- ate's 14 Administrative Dis- . t rices. District 7 consists of Coos and Curry Counties. TheHigh- way District office is looatedat 290 W. Main, Coquille. The District Engineer is Robert A. Sandmann. The population of this district is 59,521, or ap- proximately 3.4 percent of the state's population. There were 54,082 registered motor ve- hicles in the district in 1970. Oregon Coast Hwy. (US 10D Coos Bay - Davis Slough, 0.6 mi. Grade-Pave, completed in 1966, costing 97,000. Coos Bay - Roseburg Hwy. ORE. 42): Green Acres Rd. -China Camp March, 5.3 mi. Pave, under construction, estimated cost $291,000. Rink Creek - Glen Aiken Cr. Rd., 2.0 mi. Grade-Pave, com- pleted in 1966, estimated cost, $1,719,000. Glen Alken Cr. - Gray Cr., 1.8 mi. Grade-Pave, complet- ed in 1968, estimated cost $1, 834,000. Gray Cr. N. Fk. Coquille R., 2.4 mi. Grade-Pace, under con- struction, estimated cost $2, 211,000. N. Fk. Coquille River Sec. 1,7 mi. Grade-Pave-Str., com- pleted 1970, estimated cost $2,097,000. 8th & Harris Sis. (Myrtle Pt.) Signals, under construction, es- timated cost, $10,000. Myrtle Point-Powers Jet., 2.5 mi. Grade-Pave, completed in 1967, estimated cost $1,441,000. Brldge-Slater Creek, 11. 7 mi. Pave, completed in 1966, es- timated cost $372,000. Total $9,975,000. Powers Highway: White Bridge Section, 0.1 mi. Br. & Apprs., completed in 1966, estimated cost, $321,000. White Bridge-Powers, 1.1 ml. Shldrs., completed in 1966, es- timated cost $15,000. Total $336,000. Cape Arago Hwy: Fir St.-Lewis St. '. Bend), 0.8 mi. Grade-Pave, under con- struction, estimated cost ,$372,000. Sunset Bay-Shore Acres, 1.0 mi. Shldrs, completed in 1968, estimated cost $12,000. Total $384,000. Coos River Hwy: Isthmus Slough - 10th Ave. 0.5 mi. Shldrs, completed in 1966, estimated cost $7,000. Marlow Cr.-Glenn Cr. Rd. 4.1 mi. Grade-Surf, completed in 1970, estimated cost, $99,000 Total $I06,000. Empire-Coos Bay Hwy: 8th St. - Bayshore, 0.4 mi. Grade-Pave, completed in 1970, estimated cost $904,000. Woodland Dr. - Central Ave. 0.8 mi. Grade-Pave, completed in 1970, estimated cost $952,000. Total $1,856,000. FEDERAL-AID PROJECTS ON COOS COUNTY ROAI:kq Coquille-Fairview, 16th St- Central Blvd. (Coquille) 0.4 mi. Grade-Pave, completed 1n1967, estimated cost $200,000. Catching Creek, S. Fk. Coq- uille R. (Broadbend) Br., corn- requirements, and advising them that unless they movedin- side the City they would beter- minated as of September 30, 1971. Miller stated he would en- tertain a motion to dispense with this regulation. Sackett re- quested the motion die for lack of a second and reiterated his former objections. Bryan maintained we should hold tot he ordinance and try to enforce it. The subject was dropped with- out action. Bryan requested removal of the yellow no parking strips in front of the Hotel. Slack presented an Ordin- ance, proposed to be #849, granting persons whose real property adjoins street rights of way the exclusive right to harvest crops grown on such: right of way. Sackett moved for adoption. Bryan seconded, and all present voted aye in roll call vote. Bryan moved to authorize the City Recorder to call for bids on Third Street paving and to advertize with two publications in the Cequille Valley Sentinel, completion date to be August 1S, 1972. Bryan seconded and the motion carried. Bryan moved to have plans and specifications and cost es- timated drawn up on the E1- liott Street - 4th to 6th - over- lay. Sankett seconded and the motion carried. Mason asked about the state of repair of water meters in town. Hall reported the dis- charge of a prior meter reader due [0 failure to read meters or repair them, and stated that a systematic program of repair and replacement of meters has beer. instituted. There being no further bus- iness, the meeting was adjourn- ed. Control Moss Fall rains mean not only green fields, but algo 'green" roofs where moss is growing. There are two main reasbns for being concerned, the spec- ialists note. The first is that dry moss is a definite fire hazard that can be touched off 'y a spark from the chimney. The second is that the greater the accumulation of moss, the faster the deterioration of the roofing material. "Controlling Moss on Roofs" is the title of a one page fact sheet which outlines control measures and reviews the var- ious materials recommended for control. Single copies of "Controlling Moss on Roofs" are available free to Oregon residents through county extension of. rices or from the OSU Bul- letin Clerk, Corvallis 97331. pleted in 1968, estimated cost, $208,000. Total $408,000. SUMMARY State Highways: completed in last 5 years, $9,870,000; Under construction $2,884,000; Total: $12,754,000. Coos County Roads: comple- ted in last 5 years, $408,000; Total $408,000. TOTAL Completed In last 5 years $10,278,000. TOTAL Under construction: $2,884,000. TOTAL $13.162,000. For Results Use C lass ified Ads Page 7-A Make Room LE! We Must Make Room For The Trade-Ins on Th e 1972 Chevrolets ck$-- So We've Slashed Prices On All Used Cars & Pickups I Low miles. V8. Auto, PS. $1798 to finance. Def. I payment $2229.12. $700 cash or equity. Apr. $14.56Was $3098 NOW $2498 CHEVROLETS BUICK_S_ 70 MONTE CARLO spt. cpe. gold with matching int. V8. Auto PS. Only 4500 miles. One owner. Im- maculate! Was $3498 NOW $3098 68 CHEV CAPRICE CPT. 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Was $1198 NOW $.. , ,,, ,, 69 DATSUN4-DOOR Gr with matching interior, 4 spd No. 156-2 Was $15 NOW $I0 63 PONTIAC GRAIN PRIX V8. Auto. IS. Good cozL Was $69e NOW $4m 64 PONTIAC GRAN PRIX Spt. cpe. V8. Auto. PS. Fir condition. Was $898 NOW $698 69 DATSUN 2 DR Radio) 4 spd. No. 384-1. NOW $1498 BACK.ROW SPECIALS 62 Ford FL 2 dr. $|95 58 T-Bird. V8 Auto $$95 64 Rambler '6' 4 dr. $495 64 Ramber Wgn. '6)OD 495 63 Olds 88 HT V8 $895 63 Volks BUg $4 63 Rambler '6' 2dr $495 62 Pontiac 4 dr. Nice $695 teady to go. NOW $498 61 Pontiac Wagon $I$$ Southwestern Motors