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Page 2, Cloverdala Reveille, August 20, 1997 Flu shots available now at CopperTower Medical Center Flu season is just around the corner, and county health offi- cials are reminding area seniors and others at risk for serious complications from influenza to take advantage of the low cost community flu shot clinics this Fall to protect themselves from influenza. Because of increasing demand, more vaccine will be available this year. In Cloverdale there will be a daily drop in clinic at Copper- Tower Family Medical Center, 240 N. Cloverdale Boulevard, Cloverdale (894-4229), daily drop-in through October, M-F, 8 am-7 pro, Sat. 10 am-4 pm, plus one day at the Health Fair, TBA. Sonoma County&apos;s Public Health Officer, Dr. George Flores, advises, 'Annual flu shots are important for seniors, per- sons with heart or lung disease,, and those who have low immu- nity, because they are more like- ly to become seriously ill if they get the flu. ith aging, disease-fighting ability slows down, andyou don't snap back aRer a couple of days of flu like you did when you were younger. Without a flu shot a serious case of flu can develop quickly and worsen rapidly," he warns. The 1997-98 influenza vaccine contains antigens to provide pro- tection against the three strains of influenza viruses expected to cause illness this winter: A/Bay- ern, A/Wuhan, and B/Beijing. Last year nearly 8,000 Sono- ma County residents gotflu shots through the Sonoma County health Department's Flu pro- gram. With the additional vac- cine available this year, 1100 more seniors can be protected. And, since Medicare and many private insurance plans over an- nual immunizations against in- fluenza, many people can get their shots at their personal phy- sician or clinic. "For their protection, seniors and those at high risk need to get a flu shot every year," ex- plains Karen Boyd, the Immuni- zation Coordinator. "In order to make flu vaccine convenient and accessible to people with or with- out insurance coverage, we put a lot of time and effort into our annual community flu shot clin- ics." Pneumococcal pneumonia im- munization and tetanus-dipthe- riaboosters will also be available at the clinics. For more persons, the pneumococcal vaccine is giv- en just once in a lifetime. It is recommended for persons age 65 years and older, and those with chronic diseases and some other conditions--ask your doc- tor. Tetanus boosters are needed by all adults every 10 years. For the location and schedule of county flu clinics call 576- 47.77. Russian River Clean-up set for Sept. 27 The 10th annual Russian River Cleanup will be held September 27. Select a four to eight mile segment of the river to clean either by canoe or by foot. Participants will meet in Cloverdale,.Healds- burg, Guerneville or Wohler Bridge. Details will be determined upon registration. All participants are invited to the celebration barbecue Saturday afternoon at Kieser Park in Windsor. Live music courtesy of Perfect Crime. Register by September 13 by contacting the River Cleanup Hotline (707)577-7151 or E-mail your information to dubbert@compuserve.com. Why Settle for Less ? We Are a Full Service Real Estate Office CALL US OR STOP BY! Century 21, Les Ryan Realty 894-5232 114 Lake St. OUR AGENTS Willo Roe Bobbie Lys I Ins Konik Camille Lmn Gun Kynakos I i IP" Cloverdale Pre-School Co-op Now enrolling For more info call the CPC at 894-4328 or Angela at 894-4045 for fall:00. McCONNELL CHEVROLET " OLDS * GEO :8:8:8:8 YOUR NEAREST GM DEALER 1395 Healdsburg Avenue, Healdsburg 1,800.775o3384 : G "  ;'.': '." -?  ' ::-': ,::-': ::::::$$: $'.':::: : -'.:,':!,& ,': .-" "::::: .:: . :::: :: ::::: ::::::: :: ::::: ::-"-" :-<.\. " " "@- "." ,'.<.@..':?-:::-'::::::?:':-'::::-'.".','::.:': .`::`.:(.:::::.:.S:;:::::::::::`::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :.:-... :. .:::::" :-:.:::::.':::::. ,:?:':. . .::..': ...., Monday, August 11 Report of a motorhome with a pick-up in tow, stuck at 300 block S. Cloverdale Blvd., blocking south bound traffic. Report of a male subject let- ting his five-year-old daughter drive his vehicle while sitting on his lap. Officer was unable to locate the pair. Report of a man, possibly drunk, at West First and Wash- ington Street. Robert Mathison, Jr. arrested for a warrant. Cited to appear. Report of two males fighting in front of the Playpen Cafe. Report that a male subject on a bike threw a rock through the window of a business at N. Clo- verdale Blvd. Tuesday, August 12 Man at Monaco Circle reports his neighbor is in his house with- out his approval. Sonoma County Sheriff re- quested assist with an arrest at Furber Lane. Woman reports she was beat- en up by her husband. He was arrested and taken to county jail. Wednesday, August 13 Boys and Girls Club reports their shed was vandalized. 911 report that a vehicle hit a fire hydrant at East Third and Main. Thursday, August 14 Juveniles found a pair of red and black goggles on S. Fourth Street. Report of a drug overdose on Highway 128. Transported by ambulance to Community Hos- pitak Roan Court resident reports someone possibly entered his home during the night. Medical aid requested for foot- ball player with a broken wrist at School St. and North Jeffer- son. Transported to Healdsburg General. Healdsburg man requested officer to check on his daughter who did not arrive for a sched- uled birthday dinner. Officer checked, she was not home. Friday, August 15 911 report of a female subject at N. Cloverdale Blvd. who is out of control. She was arrested for making threats of causing death or great bodily harm. Report of a juvenile party in- volving alcohol at Tarman Drive. Several juveniles contacted and parents were requested to meet the officer at the party. Saturday, August 16 Anonymous reports of several loud and intoxicated juveniles in the 200 block of N. Jefferson. Offcer was unable to locate them. 911 report of a woman sleep- ing On the sidewalk at Hillview. Ambulance requested for air- plane down at US101 and Zanzi Read. Plane landed at Commin- sky Station and there were no injuries--ambulance cancelled. Juvenile victim reported that a man had assaulted him at N. Cloverdale Blvd. Case pending. Sunday, August 17 Report that the flag poles at S. Franklin and Merlot Drive had been bent over during the night. Woman reports her neighbor is littering in her yard. The neighbor and his friends cleaned it up. Report of loud ice cream music on Elbridge. The driver was warned and advised about noise. Roberto Valencia was arrest- ed for an outstanding warrant. Cited to appear. Quality Service & Lower ( "Over 60 homes available. Call for free list." Jeff Weiss Realty Mlchelle Trumble Associate  894-5737 Voice 894-5766 Modem i Extended #ouest Mon.-Thurs. 7 AM-9 PM !  I  I I Fridays 7 AM-9:30 PM t IV ] Saturday 6 AM to 9:30 PM ,# Sunday 6 AM to 9 PM ' N, . hWe are now open for Breakfast an our earlier weekdays & weekends-- 7 AM-11 AM Weekdays; " 6 AM-12 Noon Weekends. O I I Don t Miss Our Barbecussl ./'=,.1 I 5 PM-9:30 PM Fridays & Saturdays 1 And 5 PM to 9 PM Sundays Try our wide variety of pasta dishes,'-' I I marinara dishes, dally specials, world famous hamburgers and BBQ'd steaks and fish Cloverdale Fire As of July 31, 1997, the Cloverdale Fire to 396 incident. The following Is a breakdown of dents by type of inclderd and zone. ZONE 1 ZONE 1 (city) (cRy) Fire= 23 23 Medical Aid 147 147 Public Aid 33 33 Smoke Check 18 18 Haz Mat 6 6 Alarm Sounding 23 23 Flru Structure 8 8 . Vehicle 1 1 Grass 4 4 Chimney 1 1 ' Other 9 9 TOTAL 23 23 Monthly Totals January 35 35 February 28 28 March 30 30 April 37, 37 May 38 38 June 35 35 July 47 47 August September October November December TOTAL 250 146 Thin time last year 316 120 Glendora 'Peg" Glendora "Peg" Dixon, age 90, died Thursday, Apr. Stayton, Ore. She was bern at Thunderhawk Ranch Dakota April 26, 1907 and went to school in Bellingham, graduated from high school in Omak, Wa. and teaching certificate from Eastern Washington her Masters from the University of Oregon. She teaching in 1972. She married Harold S. Dixon Dec. 29, 1931 in they lived in Bend and Prineville, Ore. in the 1950's and Salem in 1959. She was a member of the DAR, Eastern Daughters of the Nile. She enjoyed gardening, handcrafts, teaching and especially genealogy. She trace the family back to England as far as 1589. She spent nine months in Cloverdale in 1996 Mary Dixon. Duringher stay she made many friends andt ly enjoyed the Senior Writers program at the Senior She is survived by daughters: Shirley Dorothy Luce of Woodland, Wa. Mary Dixon of( Bob Monroe of Chilliwack, B.C. Canada, nine 13 great-grandchildren. Memorial contributions to pital for Crippled Children, 3101 S.W. Jackson Park I Ore. 97301. Burl Perry Holm Burl Perry Holm, 61, died at Healdsburg General Aug. He is survived by his wife Maria Odelia Holm children Andrea, Joey, Byran, and Brenda; and Gloria. He is also survived by his brothers and sisters Holm, Varnold I Holm, Mud Holm, Una Saunders, wilt, Jean Zimerman, and numerous nieces and He was a native of Salem, OK over 41 years. He last worked equipment operator. He was a County years. Funeral services were held August 14 Oak Mound Cemetery in Healdsburg. Lynn D. Sutton Lynn D. Sutton, 48, died Aug. 8, 1997 at his Cloverdale is survived by daughters Foxine Sutton, Dusty Sutton Bidad-Sutton; granddaughter Cheyenne Vichi; row and brothers Gary and Lewis. Lynn was veteran and Vietnam from 1968-69. Friends are invited to a Saturday, August 23 at 2 pm at the Shiloh Cemetery Donations accepted--call Marilyn Sutton, 576-0107. HOME LOANS For buying or refinancing your home. Competitive Rates! Great Service! 435 N. Cloverdale Blvd. 894-4323 - Bill Wall Street to your street, only we're doing- it from a new location 144 Matheson Street, Healdsburg We're still here in Hcaldsburg to offer the services and you deserve, but we've just to new quarters. Come by and see our new Ted Etheredge 433-7827 EdwardJonei ll II ill l lll