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The Cuba Free Press June 17, 2004--7A Cuba Municipal Court Docket May 24, 2004 costs $20 for all cases.) Donahoe, municipal judge; Paulus, prosecutor; Parrett, court clerk; Missouri. James Bridgeman II: Minor possession. Warrant execut- No front license plates. executed. Resisting Warrant executed. Warrant executed. Jodi Bridgeman: Nuisance Continued attorney court. Failure to register fie. Continued defendant court. Driving while sus- Continued defendant court. No financial responsi- Continued defendant in Driving while suspend- Continued attorney in Jodi L. Bridgeman: Nuisance Continued attorney court. T. Brooks Jr.: Public ance. Continued defendant L. Brown: No child Send letter to defen- William R. Cassidy: No proof Continued. Balance docket. Failure to register Continued. Balance docket. Lena M. Chambers: Peace race. Probation com- Case closed. Robert Clardy: Peace distur- Probation complete. ase closed. Aaron J. Connelly: of private proper- Send letter to defendant. on of city property. letter to defendant. Ronnie G. Copling: No child Plea guilty. Paid and cost. Michael Cunningham: 50/35. Send letter to Driving while sus- Send letter to defen- Driving while intoxicat- Send letter to defendant. Jeffery O. Ellerman: of private proper- Plea of guilty. Continued for Brett W. Evans Jr.: Careless imprudent driving. Paid due. Shantell M. Evans: Stop sign Send letter to defen- for balance due. Driving suspended. Send letter to mdant. D. Force: Assault. return. Shane A. Forsman: Send letter to defen- for balance due. Doug Gill: Stop sign viola- Continued attorney in James T. Griggs: No Missouri license. Warrant Case redocketed. Jason W. Highley: Driving intoxicated. Continued. due docket. Possession intoxicants. Continued. nce due docket. Stealing $750. Probation corn- Case closed. • Steve W. Hodges Jr.: Paid total due. Randall Jaycox: Speeding 50/35. Continued attorney in court. Driving while suspend- ed. Continued attorney in court. Failure to yield to emer- gency vehicle. Continued attor- ney in court. Driving while intoxicated. Continued attor- ney in court. Jennifer L. Jones: Failure to register vehicle. Continued attorney in court. No financial responsibility. Continued attor- ney in court. Driving while revoked. Continued attorney in court. Alex C. Koch: Operate ATV on city street. Plea guilty. Paid fines and cost. Amend to defec- tive equipment. Roger J. Kraemer: Driving while revoked. Continued defendant in court. Patricia J. Laney: Destruction of private proper- ty. Send letter to defendant. Bradley D. Lederle: Possession controlled sub- stance paraphernalia. Paid total due. Brian L. Lorenz: Assault. Plea of guilty. Continued for payment. Six months proba- tion. Stealing under $750. Used bond money to pay fines and costs. Careless & impru- dent driving. Plea of not guilty. Trial set. Failure to yield right of way. Plea of not guilty. Trial set. Scott B. Lorenz: Careless & imprudent driving. Continued defendant by phone. Driving while suspended. Continued defendant by phone. Bobby Luke III: Attempt to purchase alcohol. Continued attorney in court. Speeding 48/35. Continued attorney in court. Andrea C. Macier: Speeding 37/25. Plea guilty. Paid fines and cost. Amended to defective equipment. Minor in posses- sion. Plea of guilty. Continued for payment. Twelve months probation. Kevin A. Martin: Assault. Continued. Balance due dock- et. Destruction of private prop- erty. Continued. Balance due docket. David L. McCallum: Assault. Continued for attorney. Robert Morse: Driving while intoxicated. Send letter to defendant for balance due. Alexis Mueller: Failure to yield right of way. Probation complete. Case closed. Douglas E. Nix Jr.: Stop sign violation. Send letter to defen- dant for balance due. Brooke L. Parks: Failure to register vehicle. Continued by court. No operators license. Continued by court. Timothy L. Payne: Possession marijuana. Plea of guilty. Continued for payment. Kelly D. Pettibone: Failure to register vehicle. Send letter to defendant for balance due. Robert C. Phillips: Assault. Continued attorney in court. Trespassing. Continued attor- ney in court. Driving while revoked. Continued attorney in court. Scott E. Radford: Stealing under $750. Probation com- plete. Case closed. Marion Ray: Failure to regis- ter vehicle. Plea of guilty. Continued for payment. Bob Richardson: Peace dis- turbance. Probation complete. Case closed. Brian K. Riggs: Driving while revoked. Send letter to defendant.  L . David Rogers: Failure to yield right of way. Bond forfeit- ed. Case closed. Driving while intoxicated. Used bond money to pay fine and costs. Stacy Roper: Assault. Send letter to defendant for balance due. Timothy P. Ryle: Stop sign violation. Send letter to defen- dant. Stop sign violation. Send letter to defendant. Rick R. Schmidt: Driving while revoked. Continued by court. No financial responsi- bility. Continued by court. Fred Simshauser: Stop sign violation. Continued attorney in court. Displaying plates of another. Continued attorney in court. No child restraint. Continued attorney in court. Failure to register vehicle. Continued attorney in court. No seat belt. Continued attor- ney in court. Christopher W. Spanke: Trespassing. Continued by court. Dennis W. Stewart: Stop sign violation. Plea guilty. Paid fines and cost. David M. Stranghoener. Driving while intoxicated. Plea of guilty. Continued for pay- ment. Robert E. Swope: Assault. Plea of not guilty. Trial set. Trespassing. Plea of not guilty. Trial set. Bradley T. Trowbridge: Careless & imprudent driving. Continued. Balance due dock- et. Joseph S. Voisey: No finan- cial responsibility. Plea of guilty. Continued for payment. Nathaniel E. Waterman: Displaying plates of another. Continued attorney in court. Driving while suspended. Continued attorney in court. Sharon West: Stealing under $750. Continued. Balance due docket. Nathanyal D. Wheeler: Dog ordinance violation. Continued. Balance due dock- et. Minor in possession. Continued. Balance due dock- et. Possession marijuana. Continued. Balance due dock- et. Possession controlled sub- stance paraphernalia. Continued. Balance due dock- et. Failure to yield right of way. Continued. Balance due dock- et. Displaying plates of anoth- er. Continued. Balance due docket. Displaying plates of another. Continued. Balance due docket. Philip N. Wilson: Possession marijuana. Probation return. Troy M. Wyatt: Stop sign vio- lation. Continued. Balance due docket. www.cubafreepress.com West Brothers Chrysler the "One-Stop-Shop" for all your automotive needs. Dodge Ram Truck Tires UniRoyal t.aredo AWP 265/'/5R16 Retail Price: $110 each w.. s96.95 I’j€ Neon Tires GoQdyear Integrity 185/65R14 Retail Price: $63 each wes, Bros. Price: S53.00 Chrysler Minivan Tires Goodyear Regatta 2 215/65R15 Retail Price: $95 each $80.00 We also offer GIFT CERTIFICATES in our parts department! All Tire Prices Include Disposal Fees, mounting and t2alancing. ! County Commission's Report By Ed Worley, Presiding Commissioner The Crawford County Commission discussed the following items of business during meetings held at the courthouse in April and May 2004: April 8, 2004 • The commission met with Art Cook, Bill Freeman, Bob Earney, Floyd Reed and Earl Grubaugh of Crawford County and Rick Pilcher of MoDOT to discuss Birds Nest Bridge. Art Cook will be checking on grants available for his- toric bridges. New material has arrived for installation on the bridge. • The commission has asked COPIC if they have people who could furnish part of the labor at no cost to the county. • The commission met with Judge Howald to discuss storage space. • The commission met with Larry Garrison, Troy Cunningham and Kathryn Force, who had complaints about Cunningham's treatment and the manner his bond was handled. Bob Kent was also present. • The commission met with Joe Weber, Sheriff Engelbrecht and a representative from ABL, who contracts jail meals. David See of ABL pre- sented the services that ABL provides. Also dis- cussed the complaint that was received from Larry Garrison and Troy Cunningham. The com- mission gave the Sheriff a letter received from MoPERM regarding the deputy working at the hospital. April 12, 2004 • The commission met with Cindy Martin to discuss the Emergency Shelter Grant. It was given to the PA for review. • The commission met with Paul Downing to discuss getting the mower installed on the new tractor. • The commission met with Sheriff Engelbrecht who brought a sample of the meal served on Easter Sunday. He stated he had to purchase $116 worth of food at the store to feed the inmates. • The Sheriff presented the commission with a letter in response to Larry Garrison's allega- tions. The commission sent a copy to Larry Garrison. • A motion was passed to transfer $44,000 from Genera] Revenue to the Jail Fund with two in favor and one absent. • The commission met with Sandra Ness from the jail who asked if they were receiving a lot of complaints about her. April 13, 2004 • The commission met with Brent Winingear of Coastal Electric, JT Ransom, Sharon Ransom and Sam Mullen of Ransom Heating and Air, Tracy Hubbard of Questec Plumbing, Nick Smith and Mike Smith of Septagon Construction, PA Sid Pearson, Joe Weber, Al Engelbrecht, and Mike Pendleton of the Jail, and Steve Davis of HMN Architects to discuss electrical, heating, and plumbing problems at the jail. • The commission met with Sarah Wade from Spare Rib Inn to discuss jail meals. April 19, 2004 • The commission met with Glenda Halbert to discuss the bid for cleaning the county offices. • The commission met with Joan King of the Red Cross to approve the Citizens' Corp 2004 Grant. A motion was passed to approve, with three in favor and none opposed. • A motion was passed to add to the janitorial bid that $300,000 liability and $10,000 CSL and bond be provided. • The commission opened the motor grader bid. A motion was passed to accept Fabick's bid since it was the only one received, with three in favor and none opposed. • A motion was passed to reappoint Cort Bick, John Herman and Virginia Ryle to the Crawford County Board for People with Developmental Disabilities, with two in favor and one absent. • The commission met with Cindy Martin to discuss the grant for an emergency shelter for homeless people. A motion was passed to approve the grant, with two in favor and none opposed. April 26, 2004 • The commission met with Kerry Summers to discuss repairing the floor in the Assessor's Office. Summers also advised the commission that he is eligible to receive about $60,000 from a 100% funded grant to do aerial mapping. • The commission discussed the janitorial bids received. • The commission discussed the Pulaski County jail bill and the housing of out-of-county prisoners. A motion was passed to contact Judge Seay asking the circuit judges to court order the Sheriff to board out-of-county prisoners with three in favor and none opposed. • The commission met Dave McFarland to dis- cuss road grader models and prices. • A motion was passed to change the wording in the Hazards Mitigation Plan with three in favor and none opposed. • The commission met with Lance Harmon to discuss transporting the new tractor. • The commission met with Shirley Stulce to discuss the CORE contract. Also discussed the hiring of an Environment Health Specialist. May 3, 2004 • The commission presented Judge Seay with a letter requesting the circuit judges to give the Sheriff a court order to board out-of-county pris- oners. Also, to require the Sheriff to provide us with information we requested pertaining to the jail. • The commission met with Bill Patt of Steelville Ambulance and Pete Righter repre- senting the Fire Department to discuss the man- ual on Mass Casualty to be printed. Bill Patt will contact us with a cost figure. • The commission met with representatives from JHS Systems, who presented their pro- gram for fingerprinting. The commission will dis0s this subject later and make other con- €'acts for these systems before making a decision. • The commission met with Lawrence Mertz to discuss the possibility of the county taking over a private road. • A motion was passed to pay Margaret Brown for the full month of April for janitorial services performed, with three in favor and none opposed. • A motion was passed to hire Ron Woodruff to transport the new tractor to Ohio to have the new side mount brush hog installed, with three in favor and none opposed. • A motion was passed to send the City of Leasburg an estimate for grading and spraying dust control on county roads within the City of Leasburg, with three in favor and none opposed. The Cuba Council Knights of Columbus Extends a sincere thanks to those participating in our First Annual Memorial Golf Tournament honoring deceased members Tournament Sponsors Bosch Tools, Inc., Cuba Banking Center, Cuba Lakes Golf Club, Golf Discount, Grellner Distributing, Henning Golf Corporate Sponsors All American Bingo Co., East Office Bar & Grill, Eagle Eye Inspections, .Inc., Jasid Construction, Meramec Electrical Products, Mace's Supermarket, Schwieder Ford Hole & Cart Sponsors Carl Insurance Agency • Coverdell Glass &Mirror • Cuba Dental Clinic * Dana Brake Parts • Fairground Motors, Inc. • First Community National Bank • Georgia Pacific Corp. • Greves Drywall • Heintz Processing •Knights of Columbus Insurance • Lewis Machine and Tool, McGinnis Wood Products. Meramec Package Liquor * Midwest Sales, Mid-State Lumber • Olin Fineweld Tubing ° Ozark Mtn. Technologies ° Perkins Realty • Peoples Bank * Rosati Winery • Sacred Heart Council Knights of Columbus • Schwieder Ford • Seven Cedars Supply • Sir Knight and Mrs. Richard Koke • Sir Knight and Mrs. James O'Fallon • St. Francis Pet Supply • Subway • Towne Pharmacy • Voss Truck Port • Wolfco Building Products A very special thanks to Cort Bick/Bank of Sullivan and Sir Knights of Council 8920 Your help was invaluable