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Page 4, Cloverdale Reveille, April 9, 1997 iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii0000,,ii000000 iiili !i Reuser lauded for assistance to Fire District Bruce Reuser, owner of Reuser, Inc. of C]overda]e, has received a commendation from the Board of Directors of the C]overdale Fire Protection District in appreciation of his services to the District. The Bruce provides use of his water tank trucks for the District's use when needed in areas where no fire hydrants are available. The District Board has approved purchase of a quick response vehicle to replace the utility truck totaled at the scene ofa wildland fire last November. The District's insurance coverage paid $30,000 in replacement value and the Board approved additional expendi- ture for the vehicle not to exceed a total price of $40,000. Fire Prevention Ocer Ron Barney told the board that the new equipment will cut down on response time, especially on calls in remote areas. The new vehicle is a heavy duty truck with compart- ments that can carry equipment, pump, water and hose. The Board approved $2000 to repair a water leak in engine #6530 and to replace the air brakes. President Brad Avansino of the Cloverdale Volunteer Firefighters Association reported purchase of a chain saw for the fire department and a forcible entry tool. Citrus Fair Board elections April 14 On April 4, the Citrus Fair Board of Directors will present and approve a slate of candi- dates interested in running for Director of the Citrus Fair. There will be a total of six candidates elected to Director. The term of Director is two years. To be able to be a candidate, or to vote in the election, you must be a member of the Citrus Fair Association. To become a mem- ber of the Association, simply stop by the Fair Office and sign up. Anyone residing in the Clo- verdale/Geyserville township is encouraged and welcomed to be an Association member. If you are interested in being a candidate for Citrus Fair Direc- tor, please contact the Citrus Fair office at 894-3992 or stop by. The election will be held on May 7. Life is what you make it, always has been, always will be. It can be bitter or sweet, ashes or gold, good or bad. Life is to serve and be enjoyed. A.A.M. Saltwater Fort Bragg fish ermen are pick- ing up some salmon when the ocean is calm enough to fish. Salmon fishing success is still less than a one fish per rod aver- age. The King Salmon limit is two fish 24" or better. No Silver Salmon may be kept and must be released safely back into the ocean if caught. The entire California coastline is now open to salmon fishing in our area. Most are trolling an- chovies or herringbehind a large flasher at 40-70 feet down. Review the Feb. 15th ocean salmon update from the Depart- ment offish and Game for addi- tional restrictions before salmon fishing. At this writing, most of the party boats are booking rockfish trips until the salmon fishing becomes more consistent. The Russian River continues to produce a mixture of fresh and spent steelhead from the mouth up to Ukiah. Most are using roe, spinners, or spoons to catch steelhead. The river is pret- ty clear in most spots making the fish "spook" easily. The Eel River system and its tributaries closed to fishing on March 29. The Navarre is showing only a few spent fish lately. The Rus- sian is a steelhead fishermen's best bet. Lake Sonoma Bass fishing continues to im- prove as fish move into the shal- low areas to spawn. The Yorty Creek Recreation Area is now open for cartop boats and bank fishermen. Most of the fish have been caught in the no-wake zones of the lake. The bass fishing is cur- rently rated fair to good. Cat- fishermen have been doing fair also in the Yorty Creek arm. Favorite baits are worms and chicken liver. Clear Lake The bass fishing is still good to very good. Most of the action has been at the north end of the lake. Most are using spinnerbaits and rubber worms. Favorite colors are white and spinnerbaits, oxblood ug for rubber worms. fishing has been fair Most are using crawdads and chicken catfish. Lake The largemouth rated good to smallmouth bite but is hit-and-miss. era have been caught ter baits when the chasing shad to the Some are trolling 40 feet down for red ear bite has been and should improve m weeks. Most are under a bobber for red at the north end of the] Fishing era are doing better fishermen. The lake uled for planting annual Narrows Derby is April 12 and the Narrows Lodge for details. Boysee Appliance Service celebrates 15th anniversary If you have a sick appliance give Ed Boulssey a call. If you want your appliance to be cared for by the very best, just pick up the phone and listen to Ed Bouissey's message. "If you have a sick appliance, keep it warm and give it plenty of rest," his reassuring voice says. You know you've found the right man. Bouissey fixes heaters, air con- ditioners, stoves, washers and drers, garbage disposals, dish- washers, water heaters, space heaters, swamp coolers, domes- tic refrigerators, etc. In short, he fixes everything--except micro- waves. Bouissey has had experience in the appliance repair business since 1955. "I like all aspects of my work, especially the variety and doing something different everyday," he explains. Ed has owned Boysee Appli- ance in Cloverdale since 1982 and recently took on a partner, Bobby Lyons. The business was originally supposed to be something to do atr he retired from Buck's Gas in Healdsburg. "I thought I'd do this on a retirement basis, but it fooled me into full time," Bouis- sey said. Bouissey is grateful to his lo- cal customers. "I thank all the people who have used me in the past, and I hope to keep working with them in the future," he said. He's available Monday through Friday, 8 am to 5 pro. He can be reached by calling 894-4391 or 431-7036. HOME LOANS For buying or refinancing your home. Competitive Rates! Great Service! 435 N. Cloverdale Blvd. 894-4323 Bill NEW - ------ Remodel & Re  ,/ ..,OUn_ sry,lOe . Gas&Sewer Tile Installation & Pl.ml,,. t Drains-Faucet, ( PROPE$$1ONA THOMAS BRUNELLE 894-2482 Pager -R/-rC-Es '  SERVICES - SERVICES -SERVICES o SERVICES WOMEN MEN & CHILDREN No Appointment For Haircuts SENIOR DISCOUNTS: M-F 9-6 PM; Sat 9-4, Parma & Cuts, $35. Set $8. Haircuts $7. Closed Sundays Men., Tues., Wed., Only Call Nowl Done Nowl Cloverdale Lock & Key ITH Auto-Residential & Commercial Keys Made 894-LOCK .Safes Dead Bolts Installed Domestic Irrigation & Industrial Pumps, Storage Tanks + Water Systems 433-00563 Planting Time is Here & We're the Place to Come for Mower & Tiller Repair, Sales & Service/ We also sharpen blades, and do roll engine repair. We carry major name brands of hainsaw=, roto611era, mowers, pumps and generators. 1301 SOUTH CLOVERDALE BLVD. 894-2273 JIlST00IMKA00EN WORD PROCESSING Transcription Spreadsheets Data Base Entry & Mgmt. Reports/Memos Case Histories All Typing Services KAREN STORTROEN 894-8648 Cou rysJe fix FimtTime   _ Ccmmtm Dbc=Bm Ph,-l, me PROFESSl0NALSERVICES Flowers andDecorations Remodel. ReIm, Gas & r LI.. Dml. by Ma ya nna Tile Installation & Repair Faucet Specialist 24 HOUR EMERGENCY SERVICE edre$ , SpecialParties, Hofidays P.O. BOX883, Coverda, C 95425 (707)894-5219 THOMAS BRUNELLE.894-2482. 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