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4i , 10-THE PERKINS JOURNAL, Thursday, August 9, 2001 Daily Log Wednesday. August 1 Officer Tom Hankins • 2:10 p.m. -At Mahar Dr. Ad- vised owner of Olds that her tags were expired. Wrote warning. • 2:30 p.m. - At 211 W. Stumbo. Possible vandalism. Owner of white older model p/u had black shoe polish on his p/u. He claims that the neighbors kids did it. The neighbor, who lives in the apartment above him, agreed to talk to children about it. No re- port. Lt. Justin Reed}, • 4:14 p.m. - At Sonic, cited Brenda Case from Coyle for speed (48/25). • 5:26 p.m. - Cited Nicole Zoellner from Tryon for speed (45/25) 1/2 mile south on 177. ° 5:45 p.m. - 1/2 south on 177. Cited Kathy Johnson from Perkins for speed (35/25). Officer Steve Hensley • 11:40 p.m. - Gave written ;warning to Kenneth Hall of 'Perkins for defective equipment. ',Thursday. Augmst 2 ,Officer Tom Hankins i. 7:30 a.m.- At Whistle Stop #1. '.Someone pumped $3 of gas and '.drove off south bound on 177. ',He was driving a baby blue older imodel p/u with a white stripe idown the side. 'Lt. Justin Reedy '° 3:51 p.m. - 1x' & Freeman. iWritten warning to Misty iFollowill from Perkins for speed. Officer Joseph Knight • 5:31 a.m. - Gave written warn- ing. Failure to stop at stop sign, Main & Thomas. • 5:43 a.m. - Gave written warn- ing for failure to stop at stop sign, Main & Thomas. • 5:57 a.m. -Written warning major accident with 4 vehicles. Cited Curtis Henderson from Chandler for inattentive driving and cited Jeanne Swift from Perkins for driving under sus- pension. • 5:23 p.m. - Hwy 33 & Sadler. Written warning to Howard Durham from Cushing for speed. • 6:11 p.m. - 202 3'J & West Chantry. Cited Kathryn Adams from Stillwater for failure to use child restraint. Officer Joseph Knight • 11:55 p.m. " Cited Rabecka Lynn Coe of Perkins for failure to pay taxes to state, failure to carry security verification form, improper display of tag. Took custody of tag decal. Decal came back to a Chevy Cavalier car in Cushing. Wrote written warning for improper signal. • 5:45 a.m. - Hwy 33 and Pogue. Written warning for headlight out. • 6:02 a.m. - Written warning for headlight out at Hwy 33 and Main. turday, August 4 Officer Steve Hensley • 8:54 a.m. - Written warning to Janet Wright of Chandler for speed. • 10:58 a.m. - Gave written warning to James Greene of Stillwater for improper turn. • 12:15 p.m. - Cited Jessica Johnson of Perkins for failure to pay all taxes due to state. Also impounded the vehicle since on one had a drivers license. • 10:29 p.m. - 108 South Tim- bedine for snake call. Assisted ACO (Yeah, right!!!) Officer Joseph Knight • 1:08 a.m. - Issued written warning for improper start from a stopped position. Juvenile, Main and Thomas. • 3:50 a.m. - Stopped by Steve Ledbetter of Cushing. He ad- vised me that a possible juve- nile white male, dressed all in black, was standing in the drive- way of 402 Stansbury with cam- ouflage case in his hands. When subject saw him he dropped it giv for f lure toat stoprCja tl bound on sign at Main & Thomas. stansburyl %ok report of lar- ceny from Mr. Sweeten of 402 Officer Tom Hankins Stansbury. • I 0 a.m. - At t/2 mile south of city limits on SH 177 on a truck Officer Steve Hensley belonging to Rickey"s Trucking • 12:43 p.m. - Assisted on do- Company. Talking to Driver mestic with juvenile runaway. Jerry Lightfoot about failure to • 3:22 p.m. Written warning "yield at SH 33 & SH177 sough, to Gaynell Anderson of Barbra Murry wanted to file a Shawnee for speed. 'omplaint, both parties talked • 4:30 p.m. - Citizen reported a it out and no complaint was recklessdriveratStumbo&SW filed. 2no. Vehicle was a maroon X-cab Lt. Justin Reedy Chevy P/U. ; 3:30 p.m. - Hwy 33 & 177 for Officer Joseph Knight • 11:19 p.m.- Written warning :parking lot. issued fl)r burned out headlamp, • 12:56 a.m. - Assisted motorist no turn signal. Main and Hwy with fiat tire. At Whistle Stop 33. #2. • 12:38 a.m. - Vehicle at Twin • 3:40 a.m. - Issued written Lakes and Hwy 33. Patricia warning to Ray Daniel Smith of Waits of Tulsa sleeping in car. Perkins for following too Advised her to move to Ampride closely. GAP - Cont'd fiz m page I sist of weekend visits plus case is different and should be summer or holiday visits, considered by its own merits, For those parents and grand- since some parents are just not parents who want to have an responsible individuals. The active part in their child's life group would merely like to and rearing, those short visita- make sure responsible and car- tions seem unbalanced and un- ing parents are aware of their fair. They would like to see more rights. equity in the resources contrib- For more information, con- uted in child support payments .tact Darrell Romine at 624-2165 and the time that is spent with or 314-2165; Judith Fleming at their children. 547-2796; or Rob Cox at 547- GAP members are quick to 21 65; or attend one of the point out that they know each group's meetings. Commission - Cont'd fi'om page 1 dent of the FOP and Stillwater police officer. Justin Reedy is the Perkins police officer repre- sentative in these review consid- erations. Perkins Public Works Au- thority considered inspection and painting of the inside of the three water towers. Inspections are usually done about every five years. A water tower in- spection/cleaning company from Billings, Mont., will be in the area this month and pre- sented an estimate of $4,650 for inspection or $7,645 for inspec- tion and painting. Further dis- cussion was to check with some other companies and to consider a later time schedule due to the season to see to this inspection. Reports from the city depart- ments were not formally pre- sented, as all employees have been very busy during the month. However, Myers' report in- cluded information concerning Richard Rains and Sons Ex- press/Navajo Trucking Com- pany seeking a better location due to their business expansion. Rains and Harland Wells have met concerning possible solu- tions. Mycrs also shared that the department is working on the dog catching situation, as well as the hiring of a police dis- patcher as soon as Chief Curtis Burns returns from vacation. Myers and Henry Wells, of HEW, are working on the com- plaints concerning waste and trash pick up. Some trash is fall- ing from trucks and is not being picked up. There is a problem with commercial property pick up as well. Wells has visited with the nt d from page 8 the Dust Bowl of the 1930s came a major struggle for Oklahomans to survive. Guthrie reflected that struggle in his songs, and Logsdon documented Guthrie's work with a biblio-discography as a post doctoral fellow at the Smithsonian Institution in Wash- ington, D.C. Logsdon, an accomplished en- tertainer, earned his master's de- gree in library science and an Ed.D. in education at the Univer- sity of Oklahoma. He served as director of libraries and professor of education and American Folklife at the University of Tulsa. He also documented the cattle- driving, ranching heritage of Oklahoma when he! "The Whorehouse Ringing and Other boys Sing." He als0 mented the "western swing" Johnnie Lee Wills Ballroom in Tulsa. He produced a vision Authority and consultant for the for Glory." Now, Logsdon experience to a be reflected in Oklahoma. It will be the Historical his work for future Cont'd from page 9 We, the church of God must return to him. We We need revival in our churches. We he is and come back into submission to him. He is a Holy expects his children to live holy lives before him. That must take our sin as seriously as He does, allowing him to drivers and workers concerning from all unrighteousness. Ask yourself this question, "What sin do I willfully and this problem and contract re- continue to commit"? Now, ask yourself" How far will I quirements are being dealt with. HEW workers are adjusting. Let it go, and allow the Holy Spirit to begin a revival in you. We invite you to come to First Baptist Church and Phil Brown reported the Sunday school begins at 9:30am and Worship Service pumps needed for the north (Each Sunday). Our Wednesday service begins at wells are still on order, with the place just waiting for you. Come and join us. control valve being the part lacking. These items are due Restoration Fellowship within a week to ten days. by Debbie Shipman Though the culverts have Summer break is coming to a quick end. That either deserves~ been installed on Seventh Street applause or some serious booing, depending on your and Timberline Drive, there is youth at Restoration Fellowship are looking forward to one still work to do on the "walls" they wind up the summer at Frontier City this Saturday. of the drainage areas, along with enjoy a day filled with exciting rides and good music at the weed clearance and control. ChristianFest. The Youth held a bake sale a few weeks ago to for the event. The city computer has had Pastor Chris' message on Sunday morning a problem with processing the we get to heaven. There is only one way, through Jesus new water rates and Myers we do (our good or bad works) or look like (fancy stated there would be a 10-day body piercing) is irrelevant to God. When we accept grace period on water bills be- God looks upon us as his beloved children. He takes us fore penalties will be assessed, it is up to Him to change us if he wants us to be different. The bills will be due about Au- Not only do we not have to change ourselves to get into l gust 16. can't do it. The only thing we have to do is renew our Larry Moorman reportedWord and be obedient to His will. Through the Holy Spirit we the manganese problem is being what God expects from us if we will continualb flushed out and the process takes can never be good enough, religious enough, righteous enoughJ anywhere from 30 days to six Jesus. We don't have to be. (Galatians 2:19-21NIV) For month to fully complete. I died to the law so that I might live for God. I have been Librarian BarbaraAhring ex- Christ and I no longer live, but Christ lives in me. The life l i pressed enjoyment of being able body, I live by faith in the son of God, who loved me and to use the Old Church Center for me. I do not set aside the grace of God, for if righteousneSS the summer reading program, gained through the law, Christ died for nothing! The extra room was especially Restoration Fellowship's mission is to restore God's nice. Air conditioning worked His people and to restore His people back to the Church. Well except for one day'arid' denominational fellowship and we welcome you to any of our P city took care of the problem, worship services. Sunday services are at 10:30 a.m. and 6:30 day evenings we meet at 7:00 p.m. See there! Hair and Wellness Center NOW FI Back to School specials $6 haircuts all year long $5 off any other service all school teachers, and administrative 122 S. Main • Perkins • 40! 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