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Page 6, Cloverdale Reveille, March 26, 1997 ii I i!: :; iiiiiii:iii i   The King and Queen of CARE-For-All made their debut In the recent Citrus Fair Parade. These regal giants (14 feet tall) were constructed by the CARE Foundation Board of Directors and will hopefully be making more appearances at upcoming CARE events. The directors would like to thank Darlene Matson of "Rags to Witches" for her help and expertise In constructing these new CARE ambassadors. e Combination art show at Pedroncelli Winery April 2-May 14 Otto Hoefler, sculptor, and Lida Nicholson-Gauvin, water- colorist and etcher will exhibit a combination show at Pedroncel- li Winery, 1220 Canyon Rd., Geyserville, from April 2 to May 14, daily 10 am to 5 pm. A recep- tion will beheld on Sunday, April 6 from i pm to 4 pro. Artists will also appear on Passport Week- end April 26 and 27. Otto Hoefler lives in Healds- burg with his wife lone. He is a native of San Francisco, an engi- neering graduate from the Uni- versity of California at Berkeley. ARer 30 years of marketing ex- perience with Standard Oil of California, Otto retired from an executive position with Chevron Asphalt Co. and set up his con- sulting practice. In 1982, at age 65, he embarked on his third and present career, sculpting, in both wood and stone. When Linda moved to West Sonoma County in 1989 she be- gan to explore watercolor as a new medium with the Sonoma coastline as her inspiration. She has been exploring the medium of watercolor on canvas. Recent- ly florals became a new focus with the infinite variety of col- ors, shapes and textures provid- ing new excitement. Saltwater Fort Bragg fish ermen are pick- ing up some salmon when the ocean is calm enough to fish. Most are going out 5-7 miles, trolling 35-75 feet down, at 3-5 MPH. Salmon season opens out of Bodega and San Francisco Bay March 29th. The Salmon season opens out of Bodega and San Francisco Bay March 29th. The salmon fishing is expected to remain only fair for most areas until about May. Limits are always possible for the diligent angler early in the season. Many party boats are still booking rockfish trips until the salmon season gets into full swing. Abalone season opens April 1 on the California coast. There are only a few minor minus tides available in the month of April for %ockpickers". stselhsed The Russian has been fair to good for the entire length of the river. Last Sunday's rain mud- died up and raised the Russian River and other area streams. By this weekend the Russian should at least be bait fishable. The Navarre has had a recent run of fresh fish come into it but it does not look like a large num- ber of fish. The south fork has been pro- ducing fish as has the Van Duzen. The south fork of the Eel River closes at the end of March. The Smith is clear and produc- ing some fish. The Mad is being fished but most are reporting a large number of"runbacks" and very few fresh steelhead. Lake Sonoma Bass are being caught but the action is not considered hot. The Bucketmouths are in pre-spawn mode, and are being caught in 5- 15 feet of water. Most are fishing the no-wake zone in both arms of the lake. The preferred baits have been spinnerbaits and crankbait. Dark colored rubber- tails fished slow have produced fish too. Clear Lake The bass fishing is still good to very good. The spinnerbait bite has slowed and the top-water bite is nonexistent. Most have been throwing worms or fishing pig-n-jigs. The best colors have been dark colors like Junebug. Rubberbaits with a chartreuse tail have also been the rule. Most have been fishing north of Lake- port or down by the State Park. "The thousand mile journey starts with one step." Confucius The Old Feedstore is your one stop shop for all your needs ql00e Did your four-year-old spill all and alfalfa hay, dog food, fish If you need it, chances are Larry Roberts has It at the Old Feed Store. your fish food on your living room rug'and your fish are starting to eye one another hungrily? Is your swimming pool starting to grow green hair? Or has your 26-year- old son finally decided to move out? If any of these are the case you better fly down to the Old Feed Store, owned by Larry Rob- erts. He can take care of you. Larry has owned the store for five years and has made it a convenient one-stop shop for so many different needs. He has sizes and varieties of U-Haul trucks for rent at low rates. He also has pool supplies and pro- pane. And, of course, he carries a wide range of feed including oat food, bird food, plus animal feed- ers and other supplies, includ- ing tack, pet aides and supplies, health aides, and animal feed- ers. He's also got a wide variety of birds from canaries to pigeons. He has live mice for sale and Iguanas, and keep in mind that in the springtime he gets chicks and bunnies. Larry moved to Cloverdale five years ago from down south. He .enjoys his business and loves Cloverdale and helping out his customers. Stop by and say hel- lo. The Feed Store is located at 1305 S. Cloverdale Blvd., Clo- verdale. Call the stere at 894- 5297; U-Haul, 894-4178. The fish are in and will come into water to spawn in the weeks. Upper Blue Lake Fishing has been only most. A new planting able trout is energize fishermen have been trolling a set of worm. Lake Afe in the channel lately. using nightcrawlers and chicken liver. Bass men have reported fishermen are still the fish to go on the Other News Members from our Red and Gun Club two days yearling steelhead due leased into the south Eel River. These fish ators and make ocean. An helping the club with conservation Townsend at For Lunch & Dinner Lunches~Tuesday-Friday 11:30-2:3d Dinner-Tuesday-Sunday 5-10 PM Under New Manag Come in and check out our new mentL 894-2722 236S. Cloverdale Blvd., RETAIL STORES "RETAIL STORES " RETAIL STORES RETAIL STORES Karl MlttslMadt Lynn Dougan Randy Mlttolstadt I I IIII (707)804-2989 P.O. BOX 397 (707)894-5149 FAX Cloverdale, A 95425 CLOVERDALE omcE AND SmWCE6 ""8.. 45. Clovcrdalc b- L/ Cqcve,"dale. CaliIbrnia 95425 (707) 894-3036 Fax (707) 894-,3471 Feed Store U+IAUL TRO& TRA/LER RENTALS POOL 8UPPUES PROPANE TANKS 1306 S. Clovwdale BI. 894-5297 Advertise your business for only $12 a week* reach "tatmm 3 Me Ccmmmlm Reqm RETAIL STORES eloverdale )loor cq Window overing, 9nc. Carpet & Vinyl Sales & Installation Paint o Draperies Awnings Commercial & Residential 894-2334 o 119 N. Cloverdale Blvd. Men, Women & Childrens (3 Mos. & Up) Regular Sizes, XL-XXL-Also YOXL Petite Sizes & Maternity Dresses eel) 14K Jewelry & Silver We'll Carry Shoes Soonl 229 N. Cloverdale Blvd. 894-2171 ]BOY 8II, Z, - 'JL']gA]Ol | COZrBZG J ]kR]k  MA.K[ 12.1 N. Cloveiale B1. [ (707)894-696 Cloverda, le, CA 9548 = Ov 7 -5 Wdsys , s,.m,m KenMcCutctu OFFICE 894-8639 894-2831 (707)481-0966 PAGER: (707)324-2301 Crushed Blue Rock 3/4 CR 14/2 CR Dralnrod BaseRock.R Ught & LmgeRip Rap 24951 Geysers Fid., CARE SERVICES CARE SERVICES ' CARE SERVICES -CARE SERVICES - CARE SERVICES ......... : , , : i ' 00plain House Rtial Assisted Lvmg For Semors 24 Hour Assisted Care Well Balanced, Nutritional Meals Activities for Residents Caring, Dedicated Staff 'We strive to meet the needs of our residents in a loving and caing manner." 311 Champlain Street Cloverdale * 894-8699 ,n H u t TOYOTA 8935$4 i Manzanita Nursing & RehabilRation Center 24 Hr. Skilled Nursing Specializing in Rehabilitative Caze 300 Cherry Creek Road Cloverdale 894[-5201 [: : MEDICAL & DENTAL !/!r ',\\; / K="WN J. GARVlN, DiY FmLY Demwrm, (707)894.2514 D-D-$ Visiting Home Care Laura K. Clopton, RN Clinical Director-Adrainistrator [ NEW LOCATION.* 240 N. Cbverdak Blvd., #B Cloverdale Phone 894-8664 Fax 894-2499 AUTO Jerry Beebe Sales and Leasing 2600 Nodh State St. (707) 462-8817 Ukiah. California 95482 FAX (707) 462-1593 1-800-552-0559 Homo (707) 894-4375 Cloverdale's own retirement home . for seniors at . 6iilCr'00 f #49680022 -- Filma W/ton. LEGAL SERVICES THOMAS REED SINK ATTORNEY AT LAW T-IE LAW OFFICES OF CAMPBELL. ANDERSON, CASEY, SINK&JOHNSON A Pmoe=,r 112 Wilt Fir St. . CA f'f07)ae4-3