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=, Record,Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Vitals/News Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2001 9B 4- cyl. engine, 5-speed trans., air, power steering, power windows, AM/FM stereo/cassette. #35477 ......................... I V-8 engine, aura. vans., power Steering, power brakes, power windows, power power seats, tilt, cruise, leather, alloy wheels, slidin rear window, 2-tone paint, tinted glass. #65796. After discounts and rebates V-8 engine, auto. trans., air, power windows, power locks, power seats, tilt, cruise, stereo/cassette, CD, Leather, moonroof, , wheels. #19538. Demo. MSRP Willits Discount $37,815 Jeep Cherokee Classic 4x4 '96 Ford Windstar Van V6, auto trams, a/c, power windows, locks, bit wheel, cruise, amtfm stere~cass., alloy wheels. #248594 SALE Explorer 4X4 ~kJtotnm. ~ Great rL.~ 151 ' " "" FadklY sqm: $16,770 SALE l'99 Ford Ranger XLT t '99 Ford Explorer XLT 4X4 V8, power ~ndows, locks, bit wt~eel, cru~e, le~zther. #2B02639 Kelley says: $24.195 SALE '97 Dodge Dakota b 4X4 .,=die SALE '99 Ford Windstar LX SALE Ford F-150 ~-8, Auto. trans., power mndows, power locks, tilt, cru~e, CO player, =loy/custom ~ A N~m TJ~Jl~. #~5511 SALE Chevy Suburban V-8, auto. trar~., air, power windows & locks, power =rats, tilt, cruise, ~FM 01 Toyota Tacoma Runner Extra Cab' / IV-6, 5-speed tr~s., a/c, power steering, |windows & locks, hit w?leel, crue, e, ~ | FM st~'eo cass., CO, sliding rear &Jm --nmm '99 Ford Windstar LX '93 Honda Accord SE 4 dr., auto karts, A/C, power windows & kx , whee(cruise,mreo/ casaette, alloy wheels. #14659, '01 Dodge Neon Auto. trans., 4 door, air cond., power steering, tilt wheel, AM/FM stereo/ cassette. #17752. SALE '97 Ford T-Bird LX Auto trans., a/c, power windows, locks, tilt wheel, cruise, am/fm stereo/cess, alloy #112750 SAME SALE '91 Honda Accord LX ,_ -:., auto. trans ,. a/c, power windows & wheel, cruise corrtrol, AM/FM 9 65.assette, 0nlu 74,200 miles. SALE | Civic LX transmission, a/c power & locks, tilt wheel, #56422. '00 Dodge ;E 4 Dr. Auto trans., a/c, power windows, locks, tilt wheel, cruise, am/fro stereo/cass. 0nly 21,000 miles. #265097 SALE I '99 Saturn SL2 Auto Vans., a/c, power steering, tilt wheel, cruise, am/fro stereo/cass., CD, moonrod. #336648 '99 Mustang Convertible V6, auto trans., a/c, power windows, locks, tilt wheel, cruise, am/fm stereo/ cass., alloy wheels. #248594 SALE SALE SALE Prof m/ l Send e w/ b Exce//e Resu/ts n CREDIT IIIU UNION in DIRECT mum LENDING S.bl~ b p~Wm p~ta~ ~,m.g& ~ fm SALES DEIST: MONr - ~. ~"8, S~ H, CLOSED S~N(~I~S SERVICE & PARTS: .li v/z I. to .o, ,o..o, mm onUnued flrom pep Christopher Tagudin, of Chester, Aug. 1, 2001, at 1:10 p.m. at Seneca Hospital. The newborn weighed 8 pounds, 8 ounces and was 21- 3/4 inches long. Maternal grandparents are Terrie and Milt Berry, of Su- sanville. Paternal grandpar- ents are Ed Tagudin, of Sparks, Nev., and Virginia and Denise Hargrave, of Chester. Maternal great- grandparents are Orus Yarbrough and Viola Gains. Paternal great-grandparents are Timmy and Roberta Tagudin and Joe and Kathy Linares. who volunteered to help out wherever we needed them and to the passers-by who would honk, give the thumbs up or an encouraging word over their loud speaker. You know who youare, and your support is heartfelt. A deep appreciation goes to Dad and Grandpa who have been there for us all the way. Again, we say THANK YOU! Matt, Jeri, Loren & Brian Olson Thank You: We would like to express our appreciation to Dr. Price and the staff of Plumas Dis- trict Hospital, the staff of Sunbridge Care and Rehabili- tation Center for their many years of loving care, to Fa- ther Andrew, Father Dare, and all those who were so generous with calls, cards, I would like to thank you food, and support. all for my wonderful care Emilio and Betty Folchl that I received the three days and family, and Rose and I spent at Seneca District Louis Romano and family. Hospital. I've never received such wonderful care in my Words cannot adequately life. There' are not enough express the heartfelt appreci- words to describe my grati- ation for the outpouring of tude to all who give so much kindness over these past of themselves, months by so many people in Thank you, Greenville. Your support and Albert "Curly" Glinesgracious reception following Evelyn Hall's, our mother We wish to extend our sin- and aunt's, funeral in May cere appreciation and grati- was such a blessing. And to- tude to our loyal customers day, a labor of love continues who have supported us over as volunteers dedicate time the last 10 years, ultimately to the dusty and challenging giving us the opportunity to job of converting our father celebrate our 10th year in and uncle's warehouse into business, the Cy Hall Museum. Still We would also like to ex- others continue to spend tend a special "Thank You" to countless, hours preparing our friends who helped dur- the paperwork for beginning ing the remodeling of the new a nonprofit and for making building by contributing the achievement of Evelyn's your time, equipment and dream possible. Bless you skills in construction, car- and thank you. pentry, painting, sign re- Bob Hall, Gayle Anderson, moval and installation, clean and Janice Thomas up, the move itself; to those By Victoria Metcalf said. Staff Writer The incident has left Enloe It should have been a rou- to recruit the services of an. tine landing. The ball field at other helicopter and its crew Butte Meadows was a famil- from Santa Rosa, Tolen said. iar landing site for the pilot Although Plumas District of Enloe Hospital's emer- Hospital, has alternativeheli- gency helicopter. But some- copter services, as do other thing went wrong Saturday, .hospita] sin Plumas County, Sept. 22. Tolen said the Enloe heli- Responding to a vehicle in- copter is "a key part of our cident, the helicopter was EMS (emergency medicalser- sent to airlift a patient to En- vices) family." loe Hospital in Chico. Accord- Mountain Life Flight, Care ing to Steve Tolen, a para- Flight and a Redding-based medic at Plumas District Hos- service also fly into the area, pital in Quincy, as the heli- as directed. copter approached the field, Tolen estimated it would its rotors kicked up a dust cost approximately $1 million storm. Attempting to ascend, to replace Enloe's helicopter, something went wrong and and additional funding would the helicopter crashed, be required to replace the The pilot was killed and the high tech emergency medical crew seriously injured, Tolen equipment on board. Celebrate October, National 50 painted his first work of Arts and Humanities Month art. and California Arts Day, His house was soon full of Wednesday, Oct. 10. The paintings. Elk, deer, wolves, Lassen County Arts Council is ducks and pheasants, moun- hosting the LCAC October tain lions and big horned Gallery Show- featuring Su- sheep covered all areas of his sanville Wildlife Artist: Phil home. When there was no Dillon. LCAC Gallery Hours more room in his home for his have resumed to 8:30 a.m. - art, an idea came to him: Be- 4:30 p.m., Monday - Friday at cause Dillion is an advocate of 807 Cottage Street, Susanville. wildlife programs, he decided The artist reception will be that he would share his new- held 5 p.m. - 7 p.m., California found vocation with founda. Arts Day, Wednesday, Oct. 10. tions, clubs and organizations The public is invited to at- that share his same interests. tend. He now shares his artwork Dillon was born in a small with many wildlife programs logging town in northern Call- all over the United States. He fornia at the base of the Sierra has worked with Ducks Un- Nevada Mountains. As a child limited, the Rocky Mountain growing up in the small com- Artist of the year competition. munity of Susanville, he en- Dlllion has sold his paintings joyed hunting and fishing as far away as Japan and with his father and two broth- Switzerland. ers. Although Dillon was dis- Dillon worked more than 27 abled by a back injury, his years in the logging industry, condition has enabled him to raising his family in the same broaden his horizons and ben- small valley where he had efit not only himself, but also been raised, always taking his the wildlife that he has en- fishing and hunting trips with joyed from the time of his his friends and family for youth. Phil no longer takes granted. Almost every week- life for granted but savors end heading off fishing or each day: He now takes time hunting, boating or gathet:ing to smell the roses and paint the winter's wood supply, the sunsets. One day at work he broke He took third in the state at his back and his world was Cal Expo last year, and second never the same again. After in the state of Nevada this two surgeries the doctors de- year. At the local county fair termined Phil would not go this year as well as last year back to work again. Phil has he took the Best of Show, never been an idle person and which will allow him to enter sitting and reading and his newest painting, "Antlers watching television soon wore and Iron" at Cal Expo next on his nerves. Seven years year. He has four of his paint- ago he decided he would try ings in print, and the newest his hand at painting. He went one, " Antlers and Iron" will to the store bought some paint be in print sometime next and brushes and at the age of year.