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Page 2, Cloverdale Reveille, December 17, 1997 December 8 , 153,2 HouFall victim at 809 S. Cloverdale Blvd. Patient transport- ed to HGPL 1604 Hours-Mutual aid response to Geyserville at 9901 West Dry Creek Rd. for a structure fire. Cloverdale engine was cancelled / mlrou. .... L 1335 HoutVicle  reported at the KOA campground. Fire 7': contained to the  ompartment 2017 Hours-Vehicle fire on Hwy. 101, south of Asti Fire was extinguished on arrival. December 10 0749 Hours-Smoke detector activated at 21 Alter St. Activation caused by dust from the furnace. 1822 Hours-Alarm sounding at 109C Elbridge Ave. Alarm acci- dently activated, no fire. December 11 0128 Hours-Medical Aid at 30051 River Rd. Child with seizures. Patient transported to HGH. 0513 HourAlarm sounding at 109 C Elbridge Ave. Alarm mal- function. System to be inspected and repaired. December 12 1237 Hours-Medical Aid at Clearwater Lodge. Elderly female with difficulty breathing. Patient transported to HGH. 1343 Hours-Vehicle vs. pedestrian at Cloverdale Blvd. and First St. Non injury. December 13 0511 Hours-Medical aid at 127 Railroad Ave. Patient with difficulty beathing. Patient taken to Kaiser Hospital. 2254 Hours-Public aid at 26 Clark Ave. Assisted patient with a rmlhmctiontng oxygen apply pump. Oxygen pump was restarted. December 14 0038 Hours-Vehicle accident on Hwy. 101 appx. 1 mile south of Asti. Vehicle went off the highway and rolled down an embankment. Driver escaped without injury. !  1324 Hours-Public aid at 116 S. Jefferson St. Assisted an elderly female with a malfunctioning Life Alert device. Device was reset.  1413 Hours-Medical Aid at 141 Healdsburg Ave. Patient with " : ii difficulty, breaflung. Patient transportto HGH. -. Music for Dining r & Dancing Pleasure & Kay 894.5020 SupedottO at Both Stores" come TrY Chuck Rhodes, Crew Chief for the UH-1 HUEY helicopter, is shown in his Santa's cap as he prepares to showcase the "Lifesaver" aircraft at the Pacific Coast Air Museum Dec. 20 and 21. The Huey is best known for its use in the vietnam war. Air Museum to feature Huey UH I Dec. 20 & 21 The UH-1 HUEY helicopter, probably the one aircraft most associat- ed with the war in Vietnam, was often used for Medivac work. From 1960, throught the end of the Vietnam war, over 10,000 were built, in 15 variations. 2590 were lost during the conflict. These aircraft still see service in both military and civilian capacities. The Pacific Coast Air Museum, Becker Blvd. at N. Laughlin, at the Sonoma County Airport, acquired this important utility aircraft in 1996 when it was dedicated to the memory of the Sonoma Vietnam Veterans who died in that war. You are invited to come and meet Chuck Rhodes, Crew Chief on this, the only rotor aircraft in the Museum's collection. Chuck will welcome you aboard, tell you its story and explain the instruments, on Dec. 20 and 21. Other attractions to be found at the Museum are a collection of aircraft and restoration projects on outdoor display, a gift shop and photo/memorabilia on display i-aside. Docent tours and arrangements for functions are available as well as brochures and the 1997 Open House program. Museum hours are Tuesday and Thursday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. If we abide by the principles taught by the Bible, our country will go on prospering. Daniel Webster WEATHE00 DEC. 8 Hi: 62 Lo: DEC. 9 Hi: 55 Lo: DEC. 10 Hi: 54 Lo: DEC. 11 Hi: 66 Lo: 33 DEC. 12 Hi: 66 Lo: 34 DEC. 13 Hi: 49 Lo: 34 DEC. 14 Hi: 51 Lo: 38 Rainfall totals: This year 16.66 inches Last Year 15.19 inches I I to mumm00 00MILK nillUlly .u., We -f,iT- voon oe, 00s_qo Feat re Qualitv ,...-,=, Penzoil .i SORDJ Budi, 3'2C%n SerPce:t:;st ')9  Rilleder HD0ii L'' 32%nz Stp" G" ' d ii.!  2 oomu Bud, 24 OZ Can &/30, 10/30, Available Both Locations 30, 20/50, Um ATE, Typ, BlOtlmlflHIL F4o OIIIBS, MllULER Works s6p "" Liquid Ball Beadngs 12 Pack 12 Oz BottJes  12 Oz Cans Monday, December 8 Two juveniles were apprehend- ed at LongSs Pharmacy as shop- lifters. A juvenile held at Long's for theft was referred to Social Advo- cates for Youth (SAY). A vehicle parked on the High School campus sustained paint scratches and slashed tires. A resident called to have son and friend moved along. They were being obnoxious. Officer complied. Tuesday, December 9 A wallet was reported missing from motel unit. A dog was reported barking nonstop on E. Third St.. No one home. Officer left message on door. California Department of For- estry was notified of a car fire at KOA campground. A male Rottweiler named George was reported loose in town. An officer responded to a fight between two juveniles. One left in a gray vehicle the other on a bike. A windshield was shot by a pellet gun at N. Jefferson resi- dence. No suspect was seen. Wednesday, December 10 A dog tied with a rope jumped over the fence at Muscat Dr. home. Officer put the dog back into the yard and left a message for own- er. A business owner called to re- quest an officer's assistance for a vehicle blocking place of business. Theft of a 9mm Ruger handgun from a local motel was reported. Thursday, December 11 Owner was warned and advised for his two dogs being loose on Shahan Dr. Rear window of a vehicle parked at First and Jefferson was shot out, probably with a pellet gun. Owner of a vehicle driven with- out headlights was warned and advised by an officer. A parent reported 13 yea ri a runaway. Friday, December 12 Officer responded to a from Washington School to: to two subjects involved An adult male wearing Baseball cap and black seen jumping ove Subject gone on arrival A woman reported crosswalk at Cloverdale Blv First St. was not injured quired no transport. A juvenile fall victim Cloverdale Blvd. home wi sisted. No transport A vehicle was driven off local gas station with the nozzle still engaged. Offi ports those involved information. A broken window was ed by homeowner who sus juvenile daughter. Lon logs from in front of store. driving a gray Toyota ner. Officer was unable to Saturday, Dec. 13 Loud music was re Clark Dr. Volume turned d officer's request. A male transient was acting strangely in the bridge ricer unable to locate. A juvenile was found ing in a garage. Officer res ed and counseled. Sunday, December 14 A vehicle went over bankment at the 101 ramp. No injury. A large trailer, posing a hazard, parked in the 100 Hot Springs Road was Officer answered a counseling in a famil juvenile daughter. Officer warned and couple having a dispute at liams Circle residence. HOME LOANS For buying or refinancing your home. Competitive Rates! Great Service! 435 N. Cloverdale Blvd. 894-4323 :- Bill Andrew ...NEEDS DONATIONS Furniture, Clothing & Housewares Lytton Springs Drug & Alcohol Rehabilitation Your tax deductible donation overcome addictions to drugs & alcohol Your donations gladly accepted at the Salvation Army Center, 200 1-800-95-TRUCK Donate by 12/31 to claim your tax deductible gift.