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115 West First Street • Cloverdale, California • (707)894-380( We strive to meet the needs of our residents in a loving and caring manner. f :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Saltwater lfishinghas been slow to good lately along the coast. Boats weekend out of Fort Bragg had to travel Many boats were fishing around the second buoy finding very few fish. Water temperatures have been he fishing. Out of Bodega, the bite has slowed 1 fish per rod, if lucky. Boats out of Sausalito and San ' have been fishing along the Matin Coast flora Muir Drake's Bay. The fish have been large but not real ' beats have come back with an average of 1 fish boats offthe Marin Coast have been mooching 30 to has been fair to good in the San Francisco Bay. drifting live anchovies at areas like Chrissy Field, South Hampton and the Berkeley flats. Afew salmon been spending some time on the way in driting live in the coves between the Golden Gate Bridge and Point. The Bay Striper bite has been picking up on the side of Angel Island, Point Blunt and the Harding Lake Sonoma las been an early morning topwater bite in the No-Wake lboth lake arms of the lake. The afternoons have been slow, tried using grubs around submerged trees. Some have worms and lizards at 30 feet. The catfish bite not red hot. Clear e m. The action then focuses to areas including under docks and around trees. Catfishing in the evenings and during the night. Lake Mendocino has been fairly slow. Striper fishing has slowed to a has been a little perch action for worm fishermen in !COve. Catfishing remains slow. Lake Pillsbury are still being caught by trollers at about 40 feet. Bass have reported some early morning topwater action the afternoon Trout Plants fork of the Russian ,) is sched- planting of catchable week. are by nature, to it; never desert your Be what nature for, and you will Smith Valuable only so far as Pursued as an a most pitiable -David Swing Pacific Coast Air Museum celebrates "Women in Aviation at gala open house The Pacific Coast Air Museum is celebrating "Women in Avia- tion-Past, Present, Future" at their 8th annual Gala Open House, Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 23 and 24 from 10 am to 4 pm at the Sonoma County Airport, Hwy. 101 south of Cloverdale, Airport Blvd. exit. The event will feature the following personalities: • Amalia Reid and a demonstration flight by the famous aerobatic, performer. • Kay Gott, former WASP, author, professor, and dancer--her compelling story and slide presentation is not to be missed. • Donna Hurts' delightful introduction to Bessie Coleman, famous Black Aviator. • Round table discussions with fascinating women in aviation- -airlines, mechanics, WWII, civil air patrol, military and civilian instructors. • Navigation class for teens--Debbie Harvey, Prof. Embry- Riddle Aeronautical University. • Aircraft Fly-ins: unique civilian and military aircraft (pend- ing military requirements--A-10, F18, Harrier, etc.) and much much more. Visitors will be surrounded by the museum's unique aircraft collection and the rare warbirds of PCAM's members. They will also be able to: • Climb aboard an F14 Tomcat, F16 Viper, A4 Skyhawk, F4 Phantom, Russian IL 14. • Take a nostalgic flight on Otis Spunkmeyer's famous DC3. • Keep kids active with a simulator trip, art projects, classes and demonstrations. • See displays and memorabilia, antique cars and photos of women aviators. • Take a chance for a raffle prize of a UAL flight for two or flights in antique aircraft. • Find the perfect souvenir/book/video in PCAMs Gift Shop and easy to find booths. The Pacific Coast Air Museum is an nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting the acquisition, restoration, safe operation, and display of historical aircraft. II I ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW • BUSINESS AND REAL ESTATE • DIVORCE AND CUSTODY • PROBATE WILLS & TRUSTS • PERSONAL INJURY & ACCIDENT LITIGATION I August 13, 1997, Cloverdale Reveille, Page 7 Help Rehabilitate the GouldShaw House Cloverdale Museum Our museum building has been declared'unsafe and we need to seismically repair the museum structure. We ask that you make any donation you can to help us achieve our goal. All gifts are tax deductible, and you will receive written acknowledgement of any girl over $25. Yes I want to help rehabilitate the Gould/Shaw House, Cloverdale Historical Society Museum. Enclosed is my tax deductible contribution of: (Please make checks payable to: Cloverdale Historical Society) Send to 126 A N. Cloverdalc Blvd., Cloverdale, CA 95425 Name: Address: City: St: Zip In Memory of." Fiesta Travel makes dreams come true If you are planning to take a trip, whether it be to the Orient, Europe, Hawaii, Mexico or any- place in the world, Fiesta Travel is the place to begn your shop- ping for the best deal. "There are no additional fees, no hidden charges and yes we are local. We are located at 120 East First Street and have been in Cloverdale since 1989. The ser- vices that we offer, besides air- line tickets which are the same as offered by the Airlines and some- Richard Gutlerrez times even less due to the flexibil- ity of our computerized system, are Amtrak and other rail tickets, customized tours, cruises, hotel reservations, car rentals, money- gram service, passport photos and above all courteous personal service," Gutierrez said. "Ask about our Bridal Registry for those planning to get married and cannot afford the honeymoon of their dreams. We like to consider ourselves fulfillers of dreams. For business travelers our service can't be beat, we deliver, too. We appreciate your continual patronage and if, you haven't yet been in to see us, drop by and say hello," Gutierrez said. Richard Gutierrez has been in the travel business for 15 years, and has owned and operated Fiesta Travel since 1989. The busi- ness is located at 120 East First St., Cloverdale. Woddde Reservations k: Tours • Cars : !--' :i. " TeViOooLrary ' ": "'---" :' Passport & ID Photos . I3t'J ' ; IC3 ? Gulerrez, Manager 120 E. First Street • 894-5244 FAR HORIZONS TRAVEL Nancy McKean Travel Consultant , Home: (707)894-2764 302 Center Street • Healdsburg, CA 95448 (707)433-6971 ..... Fax (707)433-6533 Management Connections Workload. Inc. Temporary & Permanent Staffing Services (707)894-4400. Never a fee to applicant 202 Commercial Street • Cloverdale i II Cloverdale Eagle Tech. Collision & Body Works Phone 894-3977 Fax 894-5804 208 N. 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