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/ - Cascade Valley Hospital has several local part time. Pictured above, from left to right: Merlin Yost, are on call in case of an emergency and an Schmidt, Dean Olsen, Harold Smith, Donna Jagger, Mei uested. Ambulance director Dan Johnson and Tingley, Doug Peterson, John Jacobson and Dick Southern. Not the only fulltime employees, the others work pictured are Steve Burns, Butch Kephart and Johnson. Local ambulance calls rise; crew increases with need Williams the black silence while Speeds down the ghostly in the early morning s awaken by the sound, the in the distance and its back Cascade Valley Hospital responding to the local sleep was stopped earlier. are on duty all night and garage while other are on call and have three at the hospital. their orange and white added to the sleeve arrives at emergency problems and automobile up the majority of the made in a 1977 Horton Purchased 1981 modular replaces a 1974 van new $30,000 ambulance calls increase constantly Hospital. In 1975, 250 in 1976 the response 464 and in 1980, 960 OCcurred. in the emergency the style may be confusing. Medical Techni- Life Support Techni- the 'ABC examining letters stand for A - Sure unobstructed; B - SUre the victim is getting circulation: make sure ping blood. from the patient or the person's medical those tasks a is done. This means eat where it hurts, then le body before looking at says is painful. assures that no injury is painful injuries block less or more serious an entire examination aSSures detection before ~aove to the hospital. tospital acquired the the Arlington Fire The fire department for 25 years. hospital ambulance ng service. The persons department are also service director is Dan one fulltime employee a 1976 Arlington High Schmidt is one of the Students in the state -'sidents fill in as part Smith, Dick Southern, John Jacobson, Mei ost, Dean Olsen, Steve and Jack Gran- is a paramedic for 1975, Johnson was military after serving medical corpsman. years in Vietnam, and spent the other emergency depart- With all the emergency medical exper- ience behind him, Johnson at first only found a job in Everett at Nords Door Factory. A job he disliked. "1 like working with people but I was working with boards," Johnson said. Then, as he calls it, a lucky break came his way. His wife, Marcia, a Cascade hospital surgery technician, mentioned to the hospital administrator that her husband was experienced in ambulance emergency work. The administrator needed an ambulance director because Jan. 1, 1976 the hospital was to take over the service. After an interview, Johnson was offered the position. The new service consisted of Johnson, one fulltime assistant, three firemen EMTs and a few hospital employees who were trained to help out. After the first assistant quit, Schmidt took the job. Helping from the hospital were Dick Southern, a surgery technician; Donna Jagger, a lab technician; and Doug Peterson, a maintenance employee. Har- old Smith, Steve Burns and Mel Tingley - Arlington firemen, remained with the service after the switch. The number of local persons on call has risen with the increase of service. Men in uniform Mike Doggett, a 1978 graduate of Arlington High School. has been assigned to temporary recruiting duty at the Everett Army Recruiting Station. During his assignment. Doggett will be assisting local Army recruiters and talking to interested men and women about his experiences in the Army. Doggett was trained in military intelli- gence at Fort Devens. Mass. Following this assignment, he will be assigned to the U.S. Army Field Station, Berlin. Ger- many. Persons interested in talking to Doggett should call 258-2722 or visit the Everett Army Recruiting Station located at 2801 Wetmore Avenue. Robert S. Bellomy, son of Mr. and Mrs. William L. Bellomy Sr. of Moses Lake. has been commissioned a second lieutenant in the U.S. Air Force upon graduation from. Officer Training School at Lackland AFB, Texas. The lieutenant was selected through competitive examination for attendance at the school. Bellomy will now go to Fort Rucker, Ala.. for training as a helicopter pilot. His wife, Carol, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William J. Schwehm of Lakewood. Bellomy is a 1980 graduate of Washing- ton State University, Pullman, Airman Timothy D. Pittman, son of retired Air Force TSgt. and Mrs. Dean Pittman of Arlington. has graduated from the U.S. Air Force aircraft maintenance specialist course at Chanute AFB, Ill. Graduates of the course were trained in aircraft engine maintenance, repair and service, and earned credits toward an associate degree in applied science through the Community College of the Air Force. Pittman will now serve at McChord AFB, with the 62nd Field Maintenance Squadron. He is a 1981 graduate of Marysville Pilchuck High School. Potential EMTs no longer need to leave the community to gain training, Johnson is qualified to instruct. This fall Johnson is holding his biggest class ever, 30 persons working for EMT status and 20 persons renewing their status. Eighty-nine per- sons applied but Johnson can only handle so many. Class participants must be firemen, members of search and rescue or a member of a emergency service of some kind, Johnson said. Firemen from sur- rounding fire districts make up the majority of the ~:lasses. The districts are expanding into providing better emer- gency aid. Cascade Valley Hospital's ambulances transport in Hospital District 3, except for Darrington who has its own ambulances and Oso who also can transport if necessary. Johnson's goal is to continue improving the ambulance service and try to keep the cost down. Compared to Baker Ambu- lance, a county private ambulance service. Cascade hospitars rates are 50 percent lower at $64 and $I .50 a mile. Advance life support cost extra. As long as the service has levy support rates will be lower than Baker. If a levy is voted down by the residents, rates will increase because the local ambulance service's volume is smaller than Baker. .lohnson said. T WEEKEND SPECIAL le Harrison Hotel 22-24 - Robbie Burns Weekend Food - Dancing- Prizes ER GRAND OPEN HOUSE December 7 thru 31 Win a trip for two to Hawaii Certificates Available ArUngtu Travel 380 West Ave. (Sears Bldg.) 435-5781 Fundralsing Prize - Look Mom. wouldn't this be nice to have at our house for Christmas? Megan and Melissa Medeiros show off the soft-sculpted snowman to be awarded to the winner of the Cascade Valley Hospital Auxiliary's fundraiser contest. Cascade Valley Hospital news by Connie Almli Tickets for a live-size soft sculpted snowman are being sold by the Cascade Valley Hospital Auxiliary. Tickets are $1 each and are available at the Arlington Pharmacy, Arlington Stationers or at the main reception desk of the hospital. The snowman will be on display at the auxiliary's annual Santa Claus Breakfast and Holiday Bazaar Saturday, Dec. 5, at the Arlington Elementary School multi- purpose room. The breakfast hours are from 8 to i I a,m. and the winning ticket for the snowman will be drawn at !! (holder of the winning ticket need not be present to win). Fundraisers such as the snowmafi contest and Santa Claus Breakfast and Bazaar help support the many activities the attxiliary sponsors at the hospital each year. I Bill, Lady Godiva made her fa- mous bare-skinned ride through the streets to protest an oppressive tax imposed on the people by her husband, Earl Leofric. RENO DAYS FRIDAY, Nov. 27 SATURDAY, Nov. 28 ARLINGTON AMERICAN LEGION 119 N. Olympic Ave. [Upstairs] * Members & Guests Sponsored by the American Legion Post 76 Auxiliary LINDELL & ASSOCIATi::S CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS S RVICES *TAX PR E PARATION--individual, corporation, partnership *F I NANCIAL STATEMENTS--audit, review, compilation *MANAGEME NT ADVISORY SE RV ICES--accounting systems, financial statement analysis, proiections, budgets *OTHER TAX SERVICES---DiSCUSSion and planning, gift and estate taxes, payroll reports, sales taxes *COMPUTER SERVICES--general ledgers,, payroll, billings, accounts payable, accounts receivable, ageing, inventory *BOOKKEEPI NG ASSISTANCE FOR SMALL BUSI NESSES cp~ LINDELL & ASSOCIATES CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS RAMO PROFESSIONAL CENTER SUITE 105 659-1214 3210 Smokey Point Drive ii I The Arlington TIMES - Wed., Nov. 18, 1981 - 3 --- I JI ' ~ Club news I Hope 4-H The Hope 4-H Club elected Karalee Jacobs president during elections in October. Other officers for the 4-1LI club include Jinger Killbourn, vice president; Tina Stensaa, secretary; Doug Bayes, treasur- er; Kathy Nygard, reporter; and Debbie Bayes, committee planner. The club plans to work on a community project and raise money for the project with a bake sale. Also. a family potluck and swim party is scheduled at the club's next meeting November 1S at 2 p.m. at the Nygard's residence. : It's Driveway : ** Repamr Time! ** , CRUSHED DELIVERED : : ROCK, any size. yd $8"S9 : 4) " DELIVERED 4) : /BEAUTY BARK yd. $8 S~ : 4) L DELIVFRED - 12 yd. minimum ) t 4) _ ~e WISE'S TRUCKING : ,'..... 6 ! 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