Letters to the Editor June 22, 2011

Del Norte Triplicate Readers

Something must be done to stop people like man who robbed us

A few days ago, a fellow came to our house saying he could do any and all labor, carpentry, mechanical, electrical, yard work, etc.

He said he was trying to help his sister who had several small children that needed food and clothing. He said someone slashed his tires and stole his gas.

Our yard needed mowing so he was mowing with our riding lawn mower until he broke a belt.

He came to the door and said he needed to use our bathroom. While we

thought he was in the bathroom, he was actually in another room where he

found our jewelry.

To make a long story short, that lawn mowing cost us nine rings (that

I can remember), four of which were wedding sets, other rings had been

keepsakes - my mom's and my aunt's - also watches and $125 cash.

Since this happened to us, we have found out that this person has no

vehicle. He has taken other people's prescription drugs, their watches,

wallets and other things he can turn over for money.

Oh yes, and the sister he said he was trying to help is married.

To do nothing about a person like this is to encourage him in his

"bad habits," in my opinion.

I hope this doesn't happen to anyone else.

Norma McCanna

Crescent City

A wonderful Father's Day was spent at Anna Wulf House

A memorable Father's Day was spent at Anna Wulf House because of a

raffle ticket won at Emblem Club.

We arrived at 4 p.m. along with another couple from Chicago. We were

graciously met by Mitzi for a tour of the residence and shown to our

lovely rooms. With keys in hand we set out to tour our beautiful

Crescent City.

Next morning we awoke to the aroma of fresh coffee and a breakfast

which consisted of a lovely fruit compote followed by sausage and

poppyseed pancakes and juice.

It was a wonderful Father's Day treat and we'll have to do it again!

Darlene and Bill Sanchez

Crescent City

Thanks to all who came to assist me when I had an accident

I would like to thank all the people who came to assist when I had my

accident on May 31.

The employees at Dollar Tree store, Del Norte Ambulance crew, Sutter

Coast Hospital and the people I didn't know. Thank you.

Susan Greene

Smith River

Homosexuality, perversions common now, but still wrong

Things just never change, do they?

In the Old Testament days of the Bible, Lot (Abraham's nephew) saw

the cities of Sodom and Gomorrah destroyed by God due to the sinfulness

and the foolishness of the citizens of those cities. They were deep in

their sins of homosexuality and sexual perversions.

I don't believe Sodom and Gomorrah were ever rebuilt.

And then later on in Noah's day, all humans, with the exception of

Noah and his immediate family, were destroyed in the flood.

Sexual perversions and promiscuities are very common right now and

maybe the indulgers think it is the "now" way to act. It is not!

Sodom and Gomorrah, here we come again!

Patricia Thorpe

Crescent City

Inappropriate comments made about Westfall in her absence

At home watching the City Council meeting last Monday evening, I was

disturbed by the statements made by Tim Hoone about Councilwoman Donna

Westfall, who was absent.

Thank goodness Jim Barrett was in the audience and rebuked Mr. Hoone.

Jackie Simonsen

Crescent City

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