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Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, July 28, 2010 3B LAW ORDER SHERIFF'S BLOTTER Arrests One person was arrested on charges of DUI, reckless dri- ving while fleeing an officer; possessing a firearm as a con- victed felon' and an alleged pa- role violation. One person was arrested on a charge of driving with a sus- pended license and an alleged Nine people were arrested probation violation. DUI charges. One person was arrested on charges of possessing para- phernalia and being under the influence of a controlled substance along with an al- leged probation violation. One person was arrested on a charge of DUI and an alleged probation violation. Five people were .arrested intoxication charge. One person was allegedly ar- rested on a court remand. One person was arrested on charges of assault with a deadly weapon, resisting an officer and trespassing. on One person was arrested onOne person was arrested onhaving an asthma attack. The charges of possessing a con- an allegation of violating pro- call was transferred to SIFC. trolled substance, DUI and be- bation. on ing under the influence of a Sunday, July 18 controlled substance. Medical Cardiac: In Portola, a caller Friday, July 16 requested an ambulance for One person was arrested on a Kidney: In Greenville, a caller herself as she was having charge of committing battery requested an ambulance forchest pain and numbness on on a spouse, someone with kidney trouble, the right side of her face. The The call was transferred to call was transferred to EPDH, One person was arrested onLassen EMS, and IVF was and Eastern Plumas Fire was charges of domestic violence paged, paged and responded. and assault with a deadly weapon, cardiac: In Quincy, a caller Blood Sugar: On the West requested fire and an ambu- Shore of Lake Almanor, a lance for a person with chest caller requested an ambu- family moved from Oakland pain. Quincy Fire and PDH lance for herself, as she had to Walnut Creek in 1957, then were paged and responding,low blood sugar. The call was to Bartlesville, Okla., the transferred to SIFC. headquarters for Phillips Pe- troleum in 1975. He retired from Phillips in 1986, to work for Petroserv, the Saudi national oil compa- ny, in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Don retired to the United States in 1988, settling in Springfield, Mo., where Sylvia returned to work. They returned to California in 1999, to live in Ventura and finaliy Graeagle, also spending part of each year in Albogasio, Italy. Don was a life-long sports car enthusiast, skilled ama- teur mechanic and avid cy- clist. While he traveled ex- tensively throughout the world, he was happiest at home, where he could be with Sylvia and fix whatever might be broken. Donations in lieu of flow- ers may be made to the Uni- versity of California Berke- ley College of Chemistry, 430 Latimer Hall #1460, Berke- ley, CA 94720-1460 in memory of Donald Buse, Class of'51. An opportunity to express condolences to the family and the memorial guest reg- ister is available online at fehrmanmortuary.com. OBITS, from page 4B Michael (Jeannie) Chruma, Chris (Dawn) Chruma and five great-nieces and nephews in New York; nephews Larry Monahan, Sean (Martha) Monahan, Michael Monahan, his nieces Denise (Bill) Hadley and Katie (Steve) Fredenhagen and six great-nieces and nephews in Ill. He also leaves behind close family in the Czech Republic, in Spain, Palm Springs and New York. Joe will be sorely missed by his many friends and shipmates all over the world. A celebration of Joe's life to include military honors will take place Saturday, Ju- ly 31, at Lake Almanor Com- munity Church. Viewing will be at 2 p.m., and the service begins at 3 p.m. An opportunity to express condolences to the family and sign the memorial guest register is available online at fehrmanmortuary.com. The family suggests any re- membrances in Joe's memo- ry be made to the Lake A1- manor Christian School or The Elks Lodge 2626 Scholar- ship fund c/o Fehrman Mor- tuary and Crematory, P.O. Box 803, Greenville, CA 95947. Rattana Ros Rattana Ros crossed over to the next life July 20, 201.0:"--- bodia 51 years ago. During the holocaust of 1975 to 1979, she lost her parents and five siblings, leaving her with on- ly one older sister. In 1980, she won a scholar- ship to study early childhood education in Russia. Upon re- turning to Cambodia, she worked for the national newspaper, translating Russ- ian articles and assisting Russian journalists during their visits to Cambodia. In 1991, she married Wayne Cartwright, who she first met in 1980, and became the head pre-school teacher at the International School of Phnom Perth. In 1994, she moved with her husband to Burma and took up oil paint, ing, following her passion and the footsteps of her fa- ther, who had been a well- known painter of murals in Buddhist temples. Since Rattana came to Quincy in 1999, she contin- ued to study art and quickly became a well-regarded Diane D. Thomas Travelwizard Travel Specialist I~x~02&5 .O 53o-836-0265 Z~ U.'.{.}LTM dthomas@trovelwizord.com CTS #206113940 PO Box 318, Clio, CA 96106 member to the dynamic Quincy art scene. She also at- tended FR'C and earned an AA in early childhood educa- tion. After working briefly at Head Start she opened her own day care center in 2005, in her home on Main Street, providing a nurturing and stimulating environment with a special emphasis on the arts. Tragically, she fell ill in September 2009, and was di- agnosed with lung cancer. True to her warrior nature, she fought valiantly to sur- vive, hoping for one last re- turn to Cambodia. Unfortu- nately, she was not able to re- cover the strength needed for such a journey. This was more than compensated for by the enormous love and support that came from her large community of friends in Quincy and in the end she was .happy that she had re- mained at home in the Lost Sierra. Rattana will be remem- bered for her loyalty, quiet strength, self-reliance, courage and a sense of hu- mor when life was not being very funny. She had a smile that could light up a room and brighten up the grumpi- est child. She was an artist to the end, laboring to the last possible moment on a lovely watercolor of Buddha for her nephew. She will be remem- bered for paintings that adorn homes throughout Plumas County. She will live on in the smiles of all the Plumas children that were blessed by her glorious smile of loving kindness. A memorial for Rattana wil1 take place on her 52nd birthday, Oct. 16, 2010, at her home on 639 Main St. in Quincy. Donald Eugene Buse Donald E. Buse, a resi- dent of Graea- gle, passed away July 21, 2010. He is sur- vived by Sylvia, his wifeof 62 years, their four children: Charles, Deborah, Sarah and John; three grandchildren: Amy, Michele and Sean, and four great-grandchildren; Evan, Alex, Ryan and Ava. Don was born in Lead,' S.D., Dec. 17, 1927, and lived in Lead and Minneapolis, Minn. before moving to Oak- land. He attended Oakland Tech- nical H.igh School and trained as a plumber's ap- prentice before enlisting in the Army Air Corps in 1945. When he left the service in 1947, the GI Bill enabled Don to attend the University of California at Berkeley. He married Sylvia in 1948, rowed crew for Cal in 1947 - 48, and graduated with a Bachelor's of Science in chemistry in 1951. After finishing college at Cal, Don worked as a petrole- um chemist at the Avon re- finery in Martinez. 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Low fees & monthly payments Convenient class schedules & times Satellite offices available in Portola, Greenville and Chester NFW 11550(C) PROORAM Tit We can help you! 1 ht and I l 'gclasseS"U (ah|e.Avauau, . |I Program Directors:" Andrew Mclntyre and Karen Coffren / Class 231 Main St., #206 (above the post office) Quincy 530-283-9921 Stroke: In Greenville, a caller requested an ambulance for Dizzy: On the Lake Almanor her father, who might have Peninsula, a caller requested had a stroke. The call was an ambulance for her father- transferred to SLEMS, and In- in-law who was very dizzy. dian Valley Fire was paged. The call was transferred to SIFC. Unknown Malady: In Greenville, a caller requested an ambulance. The call was transferred to SLEMS, and In- dian Valley Fire was paged. 2288 Saturday, July 17 Fall: In Portola, someone re- ported needing an ambulance for his mother, who fell down and couldn't walk. Digestive: In Greenville, a male requested medical aid for a female with stomach pain, The call was transferred to SLEMS, and IV/CM Fire was paged. Fall: In Graeagle, medical aid was requested for a female fall victim. The call was trans- ferred to EPHC, and Graeagle Fire was paged. Asthma: On the Lake A1- manor peninsula, a caller re- quested to speak to an ambu- lance fora person possibly Court Mandated DMV Required -NOW OFFERING 11550 HG5 Treatment Program at these locations: 372 Main St., Chester 430 Main St., Greenville E. Main St., Jackson Ste., Quincy 500 First Avenue, Portola Surgery Complications: In Greenville, a caller requested an ambulance for his wife who was vomiting, possibly from complications after surgery. The call was trans- ferred to SLEMS, and Greenville Fire was paged. Sick: In Crescent Mills, a caller requested an ambu- lance for a sick female. Infor- mation was given to SLEMS, and Indian Valley/Crescent Mills Fire was paged and re- sponded. 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