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NS JOURNAL-THURSDAY, JANUARY 2, 1997 about bike discarded. Foundone was sent on their way, found blue bike in creek at French & pistol in backyard. Also found 7th. New bike, brought to the possible explosives. : station. -2:17 a.m. - at PD to contact ....... • 5:10 p.m. - lock-out at 701 someone about possible explo- French, could not open. Owner sives. asked to break window, advised .5:20 a.m. - with ATF agent, fol- him to do it himself, low-up on possible explosives. • 5:30 p.m. - assisted animal con- Beard trol officer getting dog's head -7:00 a.m. - on duty, at PD with • unstuck at the kennel. Keylon and ATF agent. Working • 6:00 p.m. - at Whistle Stop #2 on case involving recovered C4 23, 1996 taking report on 2 guns taken explosives. from auto. Was the lady's friend .9:25 a.m. - written warning to who took guns and was possibly Charles Hayes of Guthrie for office for City headed for Tulsa. Took report, over-taking traffic on right. notified PCSO of situation. Told -9:45 a.m. - at Cimarron River "ataew school zone victim to write report, bridge re drilling rig broken r. 33 learning to set -8:18 p.m. - issued warnings to down on road. Got same offroad- Jayme for failure to dim head- way. "traffic control at lights and defective equipment. • 10:30 a.m. - call from PCSO to citation .9:10 p.m. - at PD updating daily contact Agent Luke Frenn,v, ATF Tambunga of log sheet, agent. Did so. g 70 mph Thursday, December 26, 1996• 1:00 p.m. - took report from Ray Beard Gazaway of theft, report oftiems lumberyard, o1:10 a.m. - at PD working on missing from his shed. case report, o3:45 p.m. - on Pogue doing fol- "0n call. o3:00 a.m.- on standby duty. low-up on items taken from "Oaduty. .8:00 a.m. - on duty: church. Spoke with Mr. :all from Payne • 10:00 a.m. - called Wilson's for Sparkman. Office (PCSO), status on unit 1, they will call .4:10 p.m.- at PD updating logs. Strode Funeral back at noon. Keylon tomorrow at •12:55 p.m. - at PD with Mrs. •5:00 p.m. - on call. Strode Chapel Powell, she has tire shop dog in •6:57 pro. - on duty. Gardens. her yard. Owner called to come •6:55 p.m. - call from PCSO, sub- 24, 1996 get it. ject wants to speak with an of- .3:00 p.m.- at PD updating logs. ricer at Whistle Stop #1. Trans- on patrol. Wilson's called back, unit should ported David Ray Wilson of at high school, be ready by 4:30 p.m. Hominy to Stillwater Medical & secure. •4:10 p.m.- to Cushing with Of- Center for mental evaluation. ricer Ottaway to pickup unit 1. Emergency order of detention to :all from PCSO ofKeylon Vinita. Picked up Beard for as- [8 S. Timberline,•5:00 p.m. - on call. sistance. on arrival. •6:56 p.m - on duty. Sunday, December 29, 1996 Friday, December 27, 1996 Keylon Keylon •4:37 a.m. - at PD. Patrol. • 12:20 a.m. - on patrol. •4:45 a.m. - on call. Also •12:43 a.m. - call from Stillwa- Ottaway reported gas ter PD, ambulance to 316 E. Tho- • 12:01 am. - standby duty while Fire Dept. mas, breathing difficulty. Escort Beard & Ottaway transport sub- "at station, ambulance from Whistle Stopject to Vinita. ',all from PCSO, #2. .8:00 a.m. - on duty. a call •2:44 a.m. - call from PCSO to .10:22 a.m. - report of golf cart that a re- pick-up individual at Stillwater in trees on Lovers Lane, no one subject at 315 Medical Center, took back to around. at residence, Perkins. •10:36 a.m. - found golf cart at Back in- .3:05 a.m.- at PD. Lovers Lane & Kirk. Has flat assisted am- •3:42 a.m. - on call. tire, owner to get later. Beard • 1:00 p.m. - on call. • at office. • 7:20 a.m. - on duty. • 2:10 p.m. - radar check on Hwy. observed 1 ton .9:10 a.m. - at 118 Timberline 33, no contact. in a hurry, with Ottaway re domestic dis- •3:00 p.m. - written warning for 33, pacing pute. Was girlfriend/boyfriend safety sticker. pass- dispute, settled. •5:02 p.m. - report of drag rac- Passing zones. •10:30 a.m. - gave copy of state ing on,east River Rd., notified PD, stopped accident report to person in ac- county and checked. Found some 108 and held. cident, evidence of racing but partici- arrested and • 12:00 noon - with employees at pants were gone on arrival. passenger to Gayle Sager's retirement dinner -5:30 p.m. - on standby duty and of Perkins on at Steer Inn. backup for Keylon. • 2:32 p.m. - call from resident at Keylon 105 Sasser Court. Advised that •9:28 p.m. - traffic control at Patrol. someone got into her vehicle last Stumbo & Main, verbal warning PD re child ex- night and took cell phone out and to Robin Lynett Smith of Carney threw it on the ground. Nothing for expired tag (11/96). Stillwater taken. for black/ •3:38 p.m. - cited Cami Wood for Rural Water Corporation speeding 65 mph in 55 mph zone. auto bur- •4:10 p.m. - at Bible Evangelis-No. 3 receives loan Set-up at 33/ tic Temple on Pogue with Mr. Charles P. Rainbolt, State Di- Sparkman on theft case. rector of Rural Development, with person .4:35 p.m - talked to Kathy Tho-USDA, announced recently a " POssible burglary mas at DA office reference case.$250,000 loan from the Water Was not subject .4:45 p.m - call from Brenda and Waste Program tojRural for. Ventris re her husband is going Water Corporation No. 3, Payne writ- to throw her belongings into theCounty. The loan will be used Ford for yard and is coming from Stillwa-to fund improvements to the ex- mph zone. ter. Subjects are in process of isting water system. warning to getting divorce. Subject did notConstruction will include add- Wellston for show. Informed Keylon ofsitua- ing height to three existing mphzone, tion. tanks, adding one additional mber 25, Keylon tank, and installing new 8 inch 05:00 p.m. - on call. pipeline. • 7:02 p.m. - on duty. According to Rainbolt, "Work- Patrol. 011:42 p.m. - escorted ambu- ing with counties to maintain from PCSO to lance throughPerkins, the infrastructure necessary to Court. Shewas Saturday, December 28, 1996 support community develop- at the flashing Keylon ment is an on-going goal of the Advised 012:08 a.m. - call from PCSO, Clinton Administration. Theim- sort. domestic disturbance at 118 S. provements made to this Payne Call. Timberline, possible gun in- County water system will in- Patrol. Nothing volved. Disagreement between crease pressure and capacity and juvenile, Robbie Welch & will benefit a total of 800 fami- from PCSO Saysant Northcutt. After every-, lies." I / / Off Of Our To Dinner Meals From 6-8 p.m. 'Limits Drive-In Restaurant SH33 Perkins 547-2499 .......... Drive-In, Now, We Deliver-In Your Home! Annual meeting for Payne County Rural Water District #3 The annual meeting for the Payne County Rural Water Dis- trict #3 will be at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 7, 1997 in the Ga- len Holsinger Lions Den in Perkins, Okla. The term of Bob Baker will expire at this time. Therefore, if you know of a person who you think would serve and work for the good of the District, please come and share your ideas. A vote will be taken at this meet- ing to fill this director position. This is your district and your interest and participation is needed. Refreshments will be served. New Books at the Library Helen Marler, Librarian Fiction • Book of Ruth by Jane Hamilton • Remember When by Judith McNaught • Say You Love Me by Johanna Lindsey • Sea Hunters by Clive Cussler • Secret Affair by Barbara Tay- lor Bradford • Pr/me T/me by Sandra Brown • Irish Lace by Andrew Greely • Alias Grace by Margaret Atwood • Murder She Meowed by Rita Mae Brown Card of Thanks We would like to thank every- one for the prayers, cards, let- ters, flowers, food, and all the help during our loss. A special thanks to the prayer group from the Baptist Church for their con- cern. The Jewel Tabor Family The family of Katie Thelma Kolb wish to express their thanks and appreciation to those who prayed with and comforted them and their m her on her passing; the Calvary Assembly of God Church for the lunch be- fore the services, those who sent food, the flowers, and for the words of encouragement. They also wish to thank the nursing staff at Stillwater Medi- cal Center for the care given to their mother and to Pastor Tony Arthur for the beautiful service held at Strode Chapel. The Katie Thelma Kolb Fam- ily Electric business to change? Continued from page one members have built 2 1/2 times age. the electric distribution lines as As they study these proposals, OG&E and Public Service of co-ops are making some interest- Oklahoma combined...with only ingobservations: a fraction of their revenues. • The United States already "Rural businesses and citizens has the lowest electrical rates of must not be saddled with the all industrialized countries ex- same discrimination that existed cept Canada and Sweden (where in the 1930s before cooperatives hydro power serves small popu- were created." lations). Other considerations Okla- • A clear understanding of homa must resolve include: what precisely is meant by "con- • How will power be marketed? gumer savings" needs to be de- Will consumers suddenly get fined. calls at supper time offering • Restructuring is likely to them kilowatts at a few pennies bring on a "merger frenzy" na- per hour? tionwide resulting in fewer and • Will prices be lowered to be- larger utilities which are even low cost to capture a large con- further removed from the point dominium or a wealthy, closely of service and the people who live packed bedroom community? If there. so, who makes up the difference? • Oklahoma's electric co-ops • Will Oklahomans be forced to and other in-state utilities have pay off expensive generating fa- made good decisions over the cilities in other states as part of years which has resulted in very a national restructuring con- favorable energy costs. cept?While Oklahoma rates are Next week: How are experi. low and utility debt is moderate, ments in restructuring turning some utilities in other states out in the first states to embrace (California and New England, it? Who appear to be the winners for example) owe billions on their and losers? Plus an update on the nuclear power plants - some of on-goingplanningforrestructur- which will soon reach retirement ing in Oklahoma. At 372-3246 To Get Th Best Cellular Coverage And Value In Oklahoma, Mention This Ad For a FREE Cellular Phone* Stillwater I Typewriter Company[ 125 S. 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Hough, M.D., is committed to giving his patients the very best care and service possible. He will make every effort to see you the same day you call for an appointment. Dr. Hough's practice includes Geriatric Care and Family Medicine. Call today for an appointment. At Perkins Family Clinic, we treat patients like family. 117 S. MAIN • PERKINS, OK • 405/547-2473 • 888/547-2473 (TOLL aE) A Service of ~ Hillcrest Medical Group J~ iil l i. ,i