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Page 12, Cloverdale Revellle, June 11, 1997 DEL WEBB- this impact would be a new fire station near or with the bound- aries of the development, Rose- year suggested. The Reveille has learned that Del Webb has ruled out providing property for a fire station within the bound- aries of the project and negotia- tions remain ongoing regarding this issue. The Hospital "Care District, that operates the local ambu- lance service, has not found any significant impacts from the pro- posed project. Tom Hinrichs, District Manager, states that the service which now has two am- bulances stationed in a new fa- cility that was just completed this month, is currently under- utilized. '3Ne could absorb three developments of this size as we are currently situated," he said. The Fire District is the first to respond to emergency medical calls and the ambulance re- sponds when transport is re- quired. FIRE tinue to research and explore opportunities to provide more efficient and economical servic- es through consolidation and to update the apparatus master plan. r CLOVERDALE  , The IIIPllllllnNltl L: HOIIMEL CHILl _ ..Injuries from mB o= TMmL,,=0000 oz ooaung r,se in California 89 An annual report released this week by the California Depart- ment of Boating and Waterways indicates that boating accident injuries are at an all-time high. In 1996, 850 accidents were reported to the department in- volving 537 injuries, 56 fatali- ties and $2,241,700 in property damage. Alcohol-related fatali- ties, personal watercraft acci- dents and accidents involving youth operators are up. Thirty-nine percent of motor- boat accident fatalities were al- cohol related, up slightly from 34 percent the previous year. Six- ty-four percent of alcohol-relat- ed fatalities were collisions. Of the victims of alcohol-related accidents who fell overboard, all were passengers and none of them were wearing life jackets. Another safety concern emerg- ing from Cl Boatings' safety trend analysis involves very young chil- dren who cause or contribute to personal watercraft accidents. While seated in front of the boat's operator, a child has access to the vessel's controls and can eas- ily manipulate them. Seating a young child behind the operator is equally dangerous, because the child can easily fall over- board. Hazardous weather or water conditions were the most com- mon causes of fatal boating acci- dents and were a factor in 45 percent of fatalities. On the national front boating fatalities dropped to an all-time low in 1996, the report concludes. SRJC computer class starts June 18 at Cloverdale High Santa Rosa Junior college classes will be taught at Clover- dale High School this summer. The CIS 101A "PC's for New Users" class will be held on Wednesday nights at 6 pm, from June 18 to July 16 in room three. CHS's computer teacher, John Hudspeth, will be teaching this class. The course is designed for the student with little or no comput- er experience. Students will ex- plore computer basics in a hands-on environment, using Windows-based IBM compatible systems. Topics include: the com- ponents of a computer system; basic terminology; use of the mouse, keyboard and Windows interface; rudimentary disk and file handing; use of word pro- cessing software to create and print simple documents; access- ing the Internet and the World Wide Web. This class is offered for credit/No Credit only. There are no prerequisites and NO com- puter experience is assumed. You may preregister for all of these classes through SR- JC's Telephone Link to College (TLC), if,,you have already at- tended SRJC during the 96/97 school year, by calling 1-800-540- 4425. Dru .. :::,: :!. :::': +-.-:,: PHONEMA11B ANSWERING MACHINE With speakerphone (#3800/3600 ASSORTED ....... :' ANCIENT AIDE KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY, 1.75 LITER Theradec OIIIMIAllU !lr PIDIITAL PAll WITH 3 SPEEDS (#01414) SALES PRICES EFFECTIVE JUNE 11-17, REME FATHER= IS JUNE in Town COMPARE TO BOUNTY -. ;!ii: {LIMIT 3 ADDITIONAL PURCHASES 69 AJAX WITH BLIACH 14 OZ IlUIqllll POTATO CHmPll 14 OZ, ASSORTED