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SIUSLAW NEWS ❚ SATURDAY, AUGUST 22, 2015
Mary Heeter-Nicotera, 75,
from Waikiki, Honolulu,
2015, after a
Minn., to John and Eleanor
When she was 17 years old,
Kathleen and her parents
moved to Lisbon, N.D., where
she finished high school. She
attended college at the
University of Minnesota in
In 1964 she relocated to
Lake of the Ozarks, Mo.
From there, in 1968, she and
her then husband, Van Heeter,
moved to Florence, where they
purchased a small roadside
cafe on Highway 101.
Over the next 15 years, they
transformed the business into a
large and successful award-
winning restaurant known as
The Windward Inn, which
became an integral part of the
A banquet room was proudly
named “The Maxwell Room.”
After selling the inn,
Honolulu. She became a resi-
dent of Waikiki, living on the
scenic Ala Wai Canal. She
treasured her next 32 years liv-
ing on the island she loved so
much, taking delight in the
local cultures, music and the
Aloha spirit that she adored.
She met and married Mario
Nicotera, a captain in the U.S.
Army, who passed away Nov.
Her final years were spent
married to James Coffey, a
major in the U.S. Air Force,
who passed away Feb. 4, 2015.
Kathleen is survived by her
five nieces and nephews: Janel,
Jeffrey, Julie, James and Jill.
She was preceded in death
by her parents and her brothers
Dennis Maxwell and James
She is inurned along with
Mario Nicotera at the beautiful
National Memorial Cemetery
of the Pacific, located on top of
Kathleen will be greatly
missed by her family and
A Mass at St. Mary Our
Lady of the Dunes Catholic
Church on Wednesday, Aug.
26, will honor her memory.
93, of Florence, passed away
Aug. 17, 2015.
Arrangements are being held
through Burns’s Riverside
Chapel Florence Funeral
Florence Municipal Court
Richard Clinton Walker
pleaded guilty of disorderly
conduct and harassment.
He was sentenced to 10
days in Florence City Jail and
must report to Siuslaw
Batterer’s Intervention Pro-
gram. He must pay $775
in fines and not contact or be
in or about the residence
or place of employment of the
Dino Roberto Raviolo
pleaded guilty to DUII.
He was sentenced to 365 days
in Florence City Jail and
Barbara and Denny Ellis
must report to treatment. He
must pay $2,430 in fines.
Bryan Wayne Beaudro
pleaded guilty to two counts
of driving with a suspended
license. He was sentenced
to six days in Florence City
Jail. He must pay in $2,215
fines and not contact or be
in or about the residence or
place of employment of the
Tony Ryan Fegles pleaded
guilty to attempted possession
of methamphetamine. He was
sentenced to 180 days in
Florence City Jail. He must
pay $675 in fines.
persons killed in nighttime
crashes, according to Oregon
Department of Transportation
Motor vehicle crashes are
the leading cause of death for
children ages one through
twelve years old. Child car
seats reduce the likelihood of
being killed in a crash by up to
59percent for toddlers aged 1
to 4 years old.
Safety belts reduce the
chance of fatal injury to adults
by 45 to 65 percent.
Properly using safety belts
and child restraints holds a per-
son safely in place and inside
the vehicle to prevent injury
from occurring during sudden
stops, swerves or a crash.
Without a safety belt or child
car seat, occupants can be
thrown against each other, the
interior of the car or complete-
ly out of the vehicle which
greatly increases chances of
Oregon law requires chil-
dren less than 40 pounds be
restrained in a child seat.
Children under one year or
weighing less than twenty
pounds must be restrained in a
rear-facing child seat.
A child over 40 pounds must
be restrained in either a child
seat or a booster seat appropri-
ate for their size until they
reach age 8 or 4’9” tall AND
the adult belt system fits them
For help with child car seats,
refer to the seat manufacturer’s
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CITY LIGHTS CINEMAS
1930 Hwy 101 • Florence, OR 97439
TIMES BELOW ARE ONLY VALID
FRIDAY, AUGUST 21 thru AUGUST 27
$9 Regular/$8 Senior or Student/$7.50 Matinee/
$7 Child/$6.50 Member
NEW: American Ultra - 96 min (R) “Alternately sophisticated and
silly, but ever unpredictable thanks to a few cleverly-concealed
twists, American Ultra is a delightful summer sleeper not to be
missed.” Baret News Wire
Every Day Except Sun: 1:10, 4:00, 6:40, 9:30 | Sun: 1:10, 4:00, 6:40
The Man from U.N.C.L.E. - 116 min (PG-13)
“U.N.C.L.E. has enough style and smarts to make it an amusingly
louche summer movie: a cultivated mix of action and wit, suits and
cities, that feels refreshingly analogue in a digital world.” HitFlix
Fri, Sat: 1:00, 3:40, 6:15, 9:00 | Sun: 1:00, 3:40, 6:15 | Mon: 1:00, 6:15, 9:00
Tue: 1:00, 3:40, 9:00 | Wed: 12:40, 3:20, 9:00 | Thu: 1:00, 3:40, 6:15, 9:10
Ricki and the Flash - 102 min (PG-13) - “A breezy but touching
dysfunctional family dramedy, with real heart and some genuine
musical soul.” Screen International
Fri, Sat: 1:20, 3:40, 6:10, 8:50 | Sun: 1:20, 3:40, 6:10 | Mon: 1:20, 3:40,
Tue: 3:40, 6:10, 8:50 | Wed: 1:20, 3:40, 6:10, 9:10
Thu: 1:20, 3:40, 6:10, 8:50
years of marriage
on Aug. 21.
The Ellises, of
married Aug. 21,
The family will
be having a pri-
to mark this spe-
NEW: Straight Outta Compton - 150 min (R)
- #1 Movie in
America – The true story of NWA. “Among the most potent rags-to-
riches showbiz movies ever made.” New York Magazine
Every Day Except Sun: 12:50, 3:30, 6:20, 8:30 | Sun: 12:50, 3:30, 6:20
Wodehouse In Exile - 82 min -–- FREE - BBC Celebrates the of V-J
Day’s 70 th
Mon: 4:10 – Our fi nal BBC fi lm for 2015—Fascinating, and free!
Oregon police conduct seatbelt ‘blitz’
Oregon State Police, Lane
County Sheriff’s Office and
local police will be working to
increase proper safety belt and
child car seat use during a
statewide traffic enforcement
“blitz” from Monday, Aug. 24
through Sunday, Sept. 6.
Officers will also be on the
alert for persons exceeding the
posted speed limit or violating
the “hands-free” cellphone law.
This enhanced enforcement
is paid from dedicated funding
through the U.S. Department of
Statewide observation sur-
veys in June 2015 found 98
percent of Oregon travelers
routinely use safety belts or
child car seats. Not surprising-
ly, belt use was lower among
persons killed in crashes; 75
percent among all crash fatali-
ties and only 50 percent among
A young female terrier mix
#12760 has been impounded
at the Florence Area Humane
Call 541-997-4277 or stop
by the shelter at 2840
instructions, vehicle owner’s
manual, or visit your local
child seat fitting station.
A list of fitting stations can
be found at www.oregon
or at www.nhtsa.gov/apps/cps/
Don’t Think I’ve Forgotten: Cambodia’s Lost Rock & - 105 min - “As
expressionistic as it is journalistic, [it] triumphs as both an objective
record and a poetic lament: It’s a fi lm that’s every bit as entrancing
and haunting as the lost music it celebrates.” A.V. Club
Tue: 1:10, 6:15 – True Story Tuesday – Stories you have to see to
The Merchant Of Venice - 150 min – The Bard Returns! Royal Shake-
speare Co. Presents…
“This is the Royal Shakespeare Company at the very top of its game.”
Sizzling Deals in this Summer’s Hot 100 Radio Auction
Wednesday & Thursday
August 26th & 27th
Bidding begins at 9:15am
Auctioned off by the morning show team of Wayne Sharpe & Bob Sneddon.
Auction items are listed on our website KCST.com
Wednesday, August 26th, starts at 9:15am
Premier Gutter Cleaning includes pressure washing both insides and outside of gutters. Check and inspection
of downspouts. Good for a standard single story residence.
City Lights Cinemas...$100
Annual Family Membership- You’ll get a full year of ticket and concession discounts, fun swag, and special
invitations. Everyone in the family gets discounted admission to all regular showings, discounted popcorn
(free on your birthday!), discounted admission to select events, 15% discount on City Lights Cinemas’
merchandise, plus a weekly email. They’ll also throw in popcorn and sodas on your first movie visit.
( up to 4).
The Adobe Resort...$180
Gift certificate- An ocean front property, the Ocean View Restaurant and rooms provide the perfect place to
reflect, refresh, relax, or romance. Situated at the north end of the quaint coastal village of Yachats, the Adobe
Resort offers a variety of onsite amenities, including their unique gift shop, a handicap accessible indoor
heated pool and spa with a separate kiddies’ pool, sauna, fitness room, game room. Dine in the family
friendly restaurant or stop in the lounge and enjoy a panoramic ocean view while watching your favorite
sporting event. The Adobe Resort is perfect for weddings, reunions, or meetings with onsite catering and
Thursday, August 27th, starts at 9:15am
Full Spectrum Computers...$107.88
One year service- Let Full Spectrum Computers manage your computers and take the worry away of
wondering if you are protected. Do I need a software package? Is my maintenance of my computer done?
Am I up to date? With this Silver Package $8.99 a month. Fully managed antivirus with firewall using top
rated software malware detection. Monitoring for potentially unwanted programs and services and their
removal. Email alerts for updates and more. This certificate can be used towards an upgrade to the
Gold Package which is $19.99 a month at Full Spectrum Computers.
Warm Up Dining Package...$225.
Three Times the Seafood Bounty- you have the surf and even a little turf awaiting you with this dining
package. Enjoy 3-$25 ICM Restaurant; 3-$25 Krab Kettle; and 3 lunch or dinner for two ( up to $25 each) at
Mo’s Seafood Restaurant.
Three Rivers Casino Resort...$450
Golf, Dinner, and a Room- Wow, spend the day on the greens at Ocean Dunes Golf Links with this exciting
golf package. You’ll work up an appetite, so enjoy dinner for two at Three Rivers Casino Resort’s World
Market Buffet. Then retire to one of the Three Rivers Casino’s Deluxe Rooms for the night.
CALL 541-997-9136 TO GET YOUR BID NUMBER - There is no OBLIGATION
TO BID: Anyone with a phone and radio
can bid. Listen to KCST 106.9 FM and
KCFM 1250 AM & 104.1 FM during the
auction. When you hear an item you
want, call 541-997-9136 and give your
name, phone number, item and bid
REGISTER EARLY: Make it easier!
Listeners can call the radio station
during business hours prior to the
auction and register for a bid
number. No obligation. Just name
and phone number.
Look for a full list of auction
items in the Wednesday, August
26th edition of the Siuslaw News.
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For more details about the auction items
go to KCST.com.
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