These are the articles I found.
Wed, June 27, 1944, Oregonian
COUPONS BRING ARREST
Accused of the sale of two gas coupons for $4.00, Jesse O. Sims, 21, Sherwood, OR was booked on a charge of ??? after hours, no draft card and held for the OPA early Monday following his arrest by Patrolman J.R. Brantley.A quanity of gas coupons were found in his possession, which Sims maintained had been given him by the former owner of an automobile which Sims had purchased, police said.
Thursday, June 28, 1944
Jesse O Sims, Portland, route 6, box 593-A, allegedly admitted that on June 26 he had sold two C-4 coupons for $2.00 each resulting in revocation of his right to obtain motor fuel for the duration. Sims had recently purchased a used car, obtaining 14 C coupons in the transaction and still had all stamps except the 2 illegally sold, the OPA said.The remainder were consfiscated.
September 17, 1944, Oregonian
Jesse O Sims, 21 and Richard Martin, 21, both giving addresses of Route 6, Box 593-A, were sentenced to 30 days in jail Saturday, folling conviction, before Judge John B. Seabrook, on charges of larceny of gasoline.The two were arrested earlier in the Commercial Iron Works parking lot, according to police.
January 5, 1953, Oregonian
SOLDIER TAKEN ON CHECK COUNT
A 29 year old Private from Fort Lewis was arrested Sunday night on a bad check charge, after he tried to pass a check in the Safeway store at 6400 N. Interstate Ave.The soldier, Jesse O Sims, made the mistake of going to Robert Ball, the stores assistant manager.He had cashed a bad check with Ball three weeks ago and Ball remembered him.Clerks in the store held Sims for police, detectives said.
Sunday night, Sims admitted passing eight checks amounting to $170.00 in the Portland area.Sims is charged with obtaining money under false pretenses and is being held on $500. bail.
That seems to be the end of his criminal career.
Willamette National Cemetery, Portland, OR
Jesse O Sims, January 31, 1923-September 18, 1984
Minnie V. Sims, March 1, 1935-September 23, 1999
Tuesday, September 28, 1999 Oregonian
A graveside servide will be at 2PM, Wednesday, September 29, 1999 for Minnie V. Sims, who died September 23, at age 64.
Mrs. Sims was born March 1, 1935 in North Bend, WA. Her maiden name was Robinson.She moved to Seaside in 1955 and was a bookkeeper for Tolvana Inns and then Surfside Inn, both in Cannon Beach, until retiring in 1982.She moved to Portland in 1997.She married Jesse O Sims in 1954: he died in 1984.
Survivors include her daughter, Cathy Harris of Portland, three grandchildren and four great grandchildren.
The family suggests remembrances to a charity of choice. Arrangements are by Pegg, Pauson and Spinger Chapel.