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TWO--Wednesday, December 8, 1999--THE SENTINEL Street Scene .... By Ken Aldrich Were the protestors in Seattle justifi,00,d? CI2RT BUNCH Well, the ones who wrcn't violent might I,, but the vio- lent ones, i don't think the) 're .justified. GAVIN WARREN I think they're juslilied in I)rotcsting, bu! they're never nm er .justified ill ,:omnlit|ing crimes to proh'st. (;I,EN MCCROREY ! ' No, 1 d mt. From The Record I.AU RA WEATttERS No, why would it be justified to ruin everybody's prop- erty? SUZANNE GRAMI 1 think they have .some good concerns, if the WTO was re- ally conscientious then it could do a good job. GLADYS They might be, but protesting the They shouldn't be windows and tearil property. l POLICE ACTIVITY I [ CIRCUIT COURT I November 24, 1999 False alarm sounding, 800 block Central. Disabled vehicle, Hwy 42. Warrant served, Hwy 42. Casual contact, 1100 block Grape. Traffic stop, Central/Knott. Cited: Bryan P. Harter, 22, failure to obey stop sign. Criminal tresapss II, Fast Mart. Parking lot full of vehicles refusing to move. Noise disturbance, Fast Mart. November 25, 1999. Neighborhood disturbance, 1200 block Shelley Rd. Death investigation, 1200 block Laurel. Elderly, deceased female in residence. Natural death. Traffic complaint, Cedar St. November 26, 1999 Assist police, Hwy 42. Juvenile problem, Fast Mart. Suspicious person, Cedar Point Rd. November 30, 1999 Jason A. Bartlett, Jr., harassment; probation continued, pay $20. Robert M. Colton, assault IV (mis- demeanor); probation continued, 43 days jail. Michael D. Gardner, criminal mis- treatment I; 36 months probation, 45 days jail, pay $580. Chad Lee Hufford, harassment; 18 months probation, 100 hours com- munity service, pay $457. Michael Lee Romine, harassment; probation revoked, 45 days jail, pay $60. Troy Adam Bayer, harassment; probation imposed, 30 days jail, pay $197. Brian Edward Wilson, assault IV (misdemeanor), recklessly endanger- ing another; probation continued, 30 days jail. Guy David Allen, menacing (2 counts), harassment, recklessly en- dangering another; 42 months proba- .......... n, 72 days iail, y $740. i Noilli,blockCen- .... Curtis Smmer, thef(ili Tmthths ...... tral. False alarm sounding, Stampers. Suspicious person, Alder St. Suspicious person, 200 block Cen- tral. Criminal mischief II, 400 block Central. Suspicious person, 1 st/Baxter. Public Works call, 1100 block 8th. Water line broken. Disabled vehicle, Hwy 42. Possible MIP, Fast Mart. Shots fired, 700 block 12th. Assist police, 600 block Central. Noise complaint, 400 block Ce- dar. November 28, 1999 Suspicious circumstances, 3rd St. Public Works call, lst/Central. Christmas lights hanging low. Assist public, Hwy 42. November 29, 1999 Traffic stop, Central Blvd. Cited: Nathan B. MeClintock, 43, speeding. Suspicious circumstances, 300 block Collier. Suspicious person, McKays. November 30, 1999 Theft II, 300 block Central. Purse stolen from vehicle. Possibleanimal neglect, 800block Adams. Report of dog being left out in rain with no protection. Criminal mischief II, Rt. 1. Van- dalism to residence and vehicle. Road hazard, Hwy 42. Alarm sounding, Dean St. Structure fire, 600 block E. 5th. (See photo on Page 3 for details). December 1, 1999 Suspicious vehicle, Hwy42. Suspicious vehicle, Sturdivant Park. Suspicious vehicle, Central Blvd. Burglary I, 300 block Elliott. Two rifles stolen from residence. Suspicious circumstances, Hwy probation, 90 days jail. James Edward Snellbaker, Jr., harassment, assault IV (2 counts); 36 months probation, 79 days jail, pay $1,685. Brian D. Conner, endangering welfare of minor; 18 months proba- tion, 2 days jail, pay $400. November 24, 1999. Jose Garcia Flares, DUll, harass- ment; 24 days jail. Robert Lewis Wilson, criminal trespass I, criminal mischief II; pro- bation continued. Francois Henry Manweii, crimi- nal trespass II, contempt of court (4 counts); 60 months probation, 60 days jail, pay $405. November 23, 1999 Jeffrey Force Dery, Sr., contempt of court, DUll; probation continued, 15 days jail, pay $65. James L. Olson, assault IV; 2 years probation, 10 days jail, pay $565. Christopher N. Wood, contempt of court/punitive; 2 years probation, 6 days jail. November 22, 1999 Tammy Sue Stanton, criminal mistreatment I; 18 months prison, pay $10,000. [ DISSOLUTIONS ] John J. Leach and Robin K. Leach POLICE REPORT DEFINITIONS DUll: Driving under lhe influence of intoxicants VBR: Violation of basic role. DWS Dnving while suspended DWR Driving while revoked DSS Dsobeying stop sign DTS Disobeying lralflc signal EMS Exceedingmaxmurn speed. MIP: Minor in possession FDWS: Felony driving while suspended. PCS: Possession of a controlled substance UUV Unauthorized use of a motor vehicle FTA Failure !/i appear r i Obituaries ] Andrew Landles A memorial service was held Saturday for Coquille resident Andrew Landles, who died Dec. 1. Mr. Landlcs, 95, was born Nov. 11, 1904 in Hawick, Scotland. He married Ruby Lucille Woodring in Coos Bay in 1930. A devout Christian, Mr. Landles belonged to the Nazarene Church for 60 years. He loved to hunt, fish and camp and especially loved his grand- children. Mr. Landles is survived by his wife, Ruby Landlcs, Coquille; a son-in-law, Elmer Salmon, Coos Bay; three brothers, Jim Landles, Forest Grove; John Landles, Sac- ramento; and Thomas A. Landlcs, Mendocino, Ca.; a sister, Sally Torrey, Sacramento; four grand: children and their spouses, 12 great-grandchildren and one great- great-grandchild. Arrangements were through Myrtle Grove Funeral Service. Births Tim and Jodi Counts of Coquille had a boy, Colton Michael Counts, Oct. 16 at 3:06 p.m. at Bay Area Hospital. He weighed 7 lbs. 7 1/4 oz. and was 20 inches long. AT COQUII,I,E VAI,LEY HOSPII'AI,: A h)y, Christopher Carl Ryan, 6 pounds 14 and 1/2 ounces, at 5:59 p.m. November 28, to Hayley Wright of C(,quille. A Ix)y, Kyle Jeffrey Allen Johnson, 9 mnds, at 9:59 p.m. December 1, to Jeffrey C. Johnson and Susan K. Blanton of Powers. A Ix)y, Sutton Luke Blower, 9 lxunds 4 ounces, at 10:28 p.m. December2,toJamesand Lurenda Blower of Cexluille. Degree to Wisely Heather Marie Wisely of Coquille is a candidate fora Bach- elor of Science degree in political science from the University of Oregon at the end of the fall tenn. The term ends Friday. She is among 695 degree can. didatcs in the fall term. Couple face drug charges A Coquille couple was arrested Dec. 2 after the South Coast Interagency Narcotics Team (SCINT) raided theirhome at I 116 N. Dean, according to published accounts. Ricky Dean Richards, 43, and Catherine Jean Richards, 46, were charged with frequenting a place where narcotics are used; posses- sion ofmethamphetamine, heroin and marijuana; delivery of meth- amphetamine and marijuana; and manufacture ofmethamphetamine and marijuana. Senior Center to host party The Coquille Senior Center, 265 E. 1 st, will hold a Christmas party Dec. 18 at 1 p.m. There will be games to play. Participants should bring finger foods and a gift valued at no more than $5 that is suitable for either gender. Mem- bers and their guests and invited. The Coquille Valley Sentinel (USPS 132420) is a weekly newspaper pub- lished every Wednesday. Street ad- dress: #1 Barton's Alley, Coquille, OR; mailing address: P.O. Box 400, Co- quille, OR 97423-0400. Telephone: (541) 396-3191; FAX: (541) 396-3624; E-MAIL: cvsentl@harborside.com. Entered as Periodicals mail matter at the post office in Coquilte, OR. All original artwork, advertising copy, photos and stories prepared by.The Sen- tinel become the property of The Senti- nel and may not be reproduced for any other use without written prior approval. Subscription rates: in Coos County, $18.00 a year; Seniors, $15.00 a year; elsewhere in Oregon $21.00 a year; out- side Oregon, $27.00 a year: Outside USA, $37.00 a year. Postmaster: Send address corrections to P.O. Box 400, Coquille, OR 97423. Member Oregon Newspaper Publishers Association. ERRORS: Advertisers should read their ad the first day. The Sentinel shall not be liable for failure to publish an ad or the typographical errors or omissions in pub- lication except to the extent of the costs of the ad for the first day's insertion. Adjustment for errors is limited to the cost of portion of the ad wherein the error occurred. We gladly accept Food Stamps Things can still be depending on weat liotropc, strcptx:arpus, cyr orchids, one tcndc: and several species up most of the room all prefer outside, but some take the cold, and some all the water. An)time now, and azaleas can be needed Though not reall mant, they will sustain shock, and the soil is enough now that after soil in around the roots new location, the)' further care. If you are large plant, it is a gtx, t idea 1 or support it to keep from rocking it out of the fore the plant has a come anchored by its I know some prune December, but January 0r even into earl' Roses ate best moved the heavy pruning, when dormant, or nearly so. top and no leaves, there is to the plant. Any loss caused by moving will effect. I hope to get more walls built and more lo the garden behind the winter. Any time it isn't mucky, maintenance to and paths can be done. done during the winter to the basic structures of a | makes the actual wo plants that much easier spring. And I, lor one. enioy the winter work This time of 3'ear there is very little that needs to be done in the garden, but many things that can Ix: done, depending on the weather. It isn't t(s carl 3 to prune fruit trees, though most still have lots of leaves, and man 3 still have fruit Year Round Gardening By Mike Kelly The King, (]olden Delicious, and Old Red Delicious still have lots of good solid apples on the trees. The Xlelrose isn't ripe 3et, and I don't think it will get very sweet this }ear. It is a ver) good keeping appii staying crisp in the refrig- erator well into spring, but some 3ears it just doesn't get enough warmth in the fall to mature. Apples left on the trees are appre- ciated by many of the species of woodpeckers. The woodpeckers don't start on the apples until late tall or earl 3 winter, and instead of pecking an apple here and there as the .ia 3 s and other birds do earlier, tend to eat one apple at a time, over a perit of an hour or so. This is a gw,d time of the )ear to straighten up the hot house. Ours ahva3 s seems to get in disarray af- ter the hustle and bustle of spring and summer gardening It is nice to have everything in order by the time it is needed tar transplanting and starting plants, because then 3ou don't rcall 3 have time to do a good job of it. Now our benches arc covered x ith plants wc bring in from the decks, where they spend most of the 3ear from late April through mid November. tte- COURT NEWS? IN THE SENTINE| #1 Barton's Alley, 396-3191 Best wishes from one of the few properties we haven't insured. From the people 0f Tic0r Title to our friends around the world, warmest wishes for this holiday season, ,_ -- --=- -:y -'=. - - TICOR TITLE INSURANCE COMPANY COOS BAY COQUILLE BANDON 131 N. THIRD ST. 379 N. ADAMS 184 I ITH 269-5127 396-5524 347-5400 42. Hwy. 42 E. Coquille HOLIDAY HOURS: I Open Christmas Eve 9-4 p.m. Casual contact, Main st. 396-3742 ,A t /  Closed Dec. 25 & 26 Alarm sounding, Hwy42. lll00 A nTV Tl/v0000: Bulk Foods & Spices OROF.R__,,,, Party Pla00e Natural Cheeses 0 '"" " 1 Bulk Coffee & Teas Mtk?OGOrftdr a veggie, Fruit or Meat&Cheese" plaers...startingat Natural Snacks skets Please give 24 hour notice for plaff__ers and baskets Diet Alternatives Quality,Supplements , starti at $8 99 ( HOURS: Sun. 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mon. Thru Sat. 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.