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Cmmty Ad- Support have of the served, cmn'teous eonfidence, Robert L. Sonoma Health ram in tLS Program, qration in m=,, Judy ader the Holtzer and Medical to Life in Sonoma Ambulance Mercy the two care units the are le the 14 Paramedics in also approved rl- the has not the new with ad- teams. are Rosa which is Life Support program a success designated the Base Station in Sonoma County. Daffy service management is directed by Memorial Hospital's Emergency Physician, Dr. Barry Smith. ALS services are available in the greater Santa Rosa area including Rohnert Park and portions of Sebastopol and Guerneville. Four hospitals have been certified by file county for program participating. Memorial Hospital is the Base Station with Community Hospital, General Hospital and Palm Drive Hospitals serving as key .receiving hospitals. The Base Station provides initial communications with the paramedics in the field. Two-way radio or telephone communications are available between Field Paramedics and the Base Station. The paramedic's role, as defined in January, 1979, is "an individual who has successfully completed a certification process and demonstrates a continued proficiency performing prehospital emergency care, including, but not limited to, all EMT-I skills and knowledge, following established guidelines." The Paramdeic: I) Identifies and assesses prehospital emergency situations and formulates appropriate prehospital intervention; 2) Initiates basic .life support and ad- vanced life support; 3) Communicates information accurately and concisely to the base hospital; 4) In- tervenes under medical direction to evaluate and provide specified advanced life support measures; 5) Initiates and maintains prehnspital emergency care records; 6) Participates in the multidisciplinary reviews of prehispital emergency care; and 7) Functions as an educational resource for the entire prehospital emergency care team. Paramedics are not initially trained in Sonoma County. After graduation from an accredited program and completion of a field internship, a paramedic candidate is then eligible to begin the orientation process in Sonoma County. Paramedic services are paid for by the user on a fee- for-service basis. All ser- vices are ordered or ap- proved by a physician or certified MICN. The other key "partner" in the field is the Mobile In- tensive Care Nurse (MICN), who's role is defined as follows: A Mobile Intensive Care Nurse is a Registered Nurse holding a valid, current California Nursing License, who has successfully com- pleted a certification process and demonstrates proficiency in performing and.or directing prehospital emergency care following established guidelines. THE MICN: I) Identifies and assesses prehospital emergency situations; 2) Determines appropriate prehospital intervention; 3) Communicates instructions and information accurately and concisely with the prehospital emergency care team; 4) Operates radio- telemetry equipment proficiently; 5) Initiates and maintains prehospital emergency care records; 6) Participates in the multidisciplinary reviews of prehospital emergency care; 7) Functions as an educational resource for the prehospital emergency care team. One group of MICN's is working at the base hospital. This group often ac- companies the ambulance runs. Another important team of MICN's is employed at the Community Hospital. This team is especially trained to respond to emergencies in the Cmmty Sheriff's helicopter, Angel II. All participating hospitals provide continuing educational opportunities for emergency medical care providers. Such continuing education is essential to personnel working in ad- vanced life support services due to the inherent respon- sibility in using advanced life-saving techniques. Memorial Hospital has primary responsibility for continuing education of personnel working under the current contract and provides in-service training Forest Service birthday by planting a tree been invited birthday U.S. Agriculture tree in any to mark SUch as bir- significant this year. to plant 75 this people their lasting Southwest Zane G. today. special Tree" are being With urban planting states, American ifornia Association of Nurserymen, who grow and sell trees will have available special bir- *thday trees appropriate for each area. For every bir- thday tree sold, the par- ticipating nurserymen will make a donation to Woodsy Owl s environmental education program. 'rees can be grown from different sources--seeds, cuttings or sprouts. County extension agencies or public foresters can provide more information about the characteristics, growth and planling methods for various species. For more in- "formation on the "Plant a Birthday Tree" program, write to Foresl Service, USDA, 630 Sansome Street, San Francisco. Calif. 94111. The Forest Service was "born" in 1905, when the administration of the nation's forest reserves was an: Dean's honor list - spring 1980 Students at California State the Deans' Honor List based University, Chico, who take a on the semester grade. minumum of 12 units of Among those cited for courses for letter grade high scholastic achievement credit and maintain a 3.5 for spring semester, 1960, are grade point average (4.0 is a William Stan, Steven Well straight A average), are and Patricia Woodall, all of singled out each semester for Cloverdale. has federal industry beardorff the Chair- the 44th of the wood Tuesday President Board, General Inc., closed from said, toward rates the afford is added, from in our =sta few in area short of work APA said the total feet in since a me feetin into that 1980 as more to rates," policies blasted industry slump, Lewis pointed out, active builders continue to utilize cost and energy-saving plywood construction systems. "There's plenty of room left for certain of the 1980 nonhousing markets to grow." he told APA mere- hers. "And we're going to extract every ounce out of those opportunities." Some of the promising nonhousing plywood markets cited by Lewis are nonresidential roof decks, industrial material handling devices the home improvement do-it- yourself sector and exports, particularly to Western Europe. Government overspending and overregulation were blasted by APA President and Board Chairman Deardorff in his report to Association members. "We must loosen the chains of excessive government regulation and interference in our business and personal lives." Deardorff said. He called for a federal budget surplus, rather than a balanced budget. "In recent years, federal spending approved by Congress rose three times as fast as OPEC increases," he said. "Federal spending for 1980 will be at least $650 billion, and the deficit will be over $I00 billion. *' It is our Federal Government, and our Federal Government alone, which is the primary cause of today's monstrous inflation - a government which is not even seriously trying to implement a solution." Deardorff added the "'criminal waste and neglect of our public forest lands" - estimated at 4 billion board feet of timber anhually "have contributed enor- t mously to the national in- flation scandal." He strongly urged APA members to become involved in the political process during the upcoming national election because the "very survival of our economic system is at stake." "We are in a war today," Deardorff charged, "a war against a grossly inflated government which is sapping lhe vitality of our nation at lhe expense of every working citizen." "We, the working people, the producers in this basic industry and" others, have become beasts of burden for the elite bureaucrats who have selfishly continued to vote pay increases for themselves tied to the cost of living in- creases which they create." Calling the federal income tax system "do-it-yourself mugging." Deardorff warned againsl supporling politicians who are "dedicated to buying your favor with tax dollars they took from you in the first place.". "It's lime to take a strong stand agasin! the expediency of political damn-foolery so prevalent in our national, stale and local government agencies, and elect statesmen with a true sense 0f nalional priorities, instead of politicians with self- serving ambitions," Dear- dorff stated. Other speakers at the 44th annual meeting of the American Plywood Association were Merrill Buller, President of the National Association of Home Builders; Don-Lee Davidson, Chairman of the National Forest Products Asmialion; and Carl Darrow, Execlive Vice President of the American Wood Council. sferred from the U.S. Department of the Interior and combined with the Bureau of Forestry in the U.S. Department of Agriculture. The U.S. Secretary of Agriculture instructed Gif- ford Pinchol, the first Chief of the new Forest Service, to administer the National Forests "from {he standpoint of the greatest good of the greatest number in the long 13LUL ..... I i LEGAL NOTICE No. FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT The following persons are doing business as: This N That, 26916 Asti Rd, Cloverdale, CA 95425: Patricia Brown 4058 Old Barn Rd. Healdsburg, CA 95448 Moyne DeSimzer 6515 Geysers Rd. Haealdsburg, CA 95448 This business is conducted by a general partnership. This statement was fried with the County Clerk of Sonoma County on the date indicated by file stamp above. I hereby certify that this copy is a correct copy of the original statement on file in this office. EEVE T. LEWIS County Clerk Published 6-11, 6-18, 6-25, 7-2- 8O LEGAL NOTICE No. 640 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT The following person is doing business as: Kick Ass Grafyx and Makiznne Unlimited, 816 .4th St., Suite C, Santa Rosa, Ca 95404: Robert L. Kick Jr. 816 - 4th St., Suite C Santa Rosa, CA 95404 This business is conducted by an individual. This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Sonoma County on the date indicated by file stamp above. I hereby certify that this copy is a correct copy of the original statement on file in this office. Published 6-18, 6-25, 7*2, 7-9- and lectures for paramedics and mobile intensive care nurses. Quality control measures have been established. Each run is taped, documented and reviewed by an Emergency Department, physical (or- mobile intensive care nurse), the medical director and the program director. Written reviews are discussed with the personnel involved. Finally, you better un- derstand the importance of the Sonoma County Advanced Life Support Program, here are the figures for life saving services rendered, during 1979, in the Santa Rosa- Rohnert Park areas. (Sebastopol and Guerneville caffsa ae not reflected in these figures.) The total number of Code three Calls (red light and siren) reported by Browns and Cadles ambulance service for 1979 was 3,394. Of that 3,394, a total of 1,207 were called into the paramedic base station. 1,015 of the t,207 required paramdeic Advanced Life Support measures. Wednesday, June 18, 1980 - Page 17 Veterinarians warn on dangers of rabies to pet owners The California Veterinary Medical Association is aEain issuing a warning to pet owners on the possible dangers of rabies in California. Reports have indicated that there are more and more cases of rabid bats, skunks, and other wild animals in many counties of California. While there is no immediate threat of a full scale rabies outbreak, too many reports of rabid animals have been received to ignore this health threat to the public. Rabies, when untreated, means certain death to those who have been bitten. Still, many pet owners do not protect their animals or their families from the threat of this disease by having their animals inoculated. "For your own protection, have your pets inoculated every two years," says California Veterinary Medical Association president, Dr. Edward W. Gills, Jr. of Orinda. "You may prevent painful and costly treatment for you or your neighbor." SIGNS OF RABIES A radical change from normal behavior occurs with the onset of rabies in an animal, both in the "dumb" form and the "furious" form of the disease. Wild animals which normally shun man will venture into the open and attack people or other animals. Afflicted animals are often uncoordinated and the muscles which control swallowing become paralyzed so that saliva runs out of the mouth. This is the cause of "foaming at the mouth". As the disease progresses, the animal may suffer convulsions, then coma, and finally, death. In the "dumb" .form of rabies, an animal which is not affectionate may become unduly so, or an affectionate animal may become mr'lancholy and seclude it- self. The animal ventually loses interest in all activity around it, slips into a coma, and dies. Caution should be used with any animal showing a change in normal behavior. If you should be bitten by an animal suspected of having rabies, contact your physician at once. Do not destroy the biting animal. It should be confined for purposes of observation by the proper authorities. VACCINATION FOR DOGS AND CATS The decline of rabies in the United States is due, in part, to an increased awareness of this disease by the public an d the government. Rabies vaccinations for dogs are compulsory in California in most counties, and all dogs fur months or older arc required to be vaccinate, for rabies. Clinics are available annually, or peti can be inoculated by private veterinarians. Vaccination provides youi" animal excellent immunity/ against rabies. All pet owners should be concerned not only for themselves and their families, but for their" fellow citizens, and obtain this very important protection for pets.Fire breal Geyserv-il]e- Area Bu ine FOR INFORMATION ABOUT THIS DIRECTORY CALL Dire tory 894-3339 iiiil Geyserville is the home of one of the i::!:: ii! finest Italian Restaurants in Northern ilil iiiil California - Catelli s, The Rex. 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