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Outdoor News EDWIN .... SACRAMENTO - (CNS) - Cal-l ifornia duck hunters--at leastl those lucky enough to shoot on I clubs where more than one limit 1 of birds is available--will have I the chance to carry home more than one limit• As usual, Commissioner Jam- ie Smith of Los Angeles, led the fight to repeal the duck trans- port rule• While he fought the battle alone in 1960 and 1961, Smith was joined in his opposi- tion this year by Commissioner The Chester Progressive "7 Thursday, Oct. 11_, 1962 / erwhelznin. I L fa, ton, as'istant to 1 n, sai(l ttert ws tter written to the )posing the r le. 17 letters in favor of It. Elser s.id t! t, if unenforceable, the i owrwhelming. In fact, Los Edg- erton, assistant to the commis- sion, said there was only one letter written to the commission opposing the rule. There were Elser said that, if the law was department should come in with some con- structive suggestions on how it could be improved. But he said there were only two states in the country which did not have a similar law. "If we changed this, we would put ourselves in the position of saying the sportsmen of Califor- I E i Pl I xpans on ans • The fish and game eommis- ea er iver II F E k Ski sion has voted to retain the con- or ure a troversial rule which permits am )li IIA W kedO a hunter to earry a second limit I1 el , • • tea or tit of ducks, so long as he has a l1 E I Ill Tht snow sports in P lumas slip of paper showing the name n .. =m .. ,. jtoun y are on me up graoe as l of the hunter who shot them, his Dy jim Marun II I reflected in the outcome of the license number, the number and It came on like Christmas in make it work. Plumas Ski Club board of direc- species of the birds, and when October. A. spanking brand new Elmer suggested that a museum tor's meeting held at the county and where they were shot• might be interested in the relic. I sea t Oct 3 Assistant district Walter T. Shannon, director Johnson outboard motor compli- No fault of the motor or the John- supervisor of state parks for this of fish and game, in arguing a- ments of the manufacturer. Well son folks, mind you. Just like area of California, "M M Whit. gainst keeping the rule, s a i d • . . almost . . . Perhaps I had that Wonderful Old Hess Shay, all I taker, of Stockton with "Plumas I some duck clubs have all mere- • , | • better elucidate, things eventually wear out My I u " i bers names and hunting hcense • Eureka State Park Su ervaso Along with the really worth motor was worn. Jack Mason, and Ranger William l numbers posted m the club w h i 1 e wedding presents the Then came Santa in the orm of Tardiff, were present to discuss I house• ' I "Tiger" and I received---and the a news release from Johnson__ Me- park service interest m the Plumasl. "Obviously, the purpose of ths • rhite elephants--was an offer of tT:ckdThoneallendlta:heo:ao;  r  lOS2  hheOleW; at ;°mtianpltcs°resthan- • • ._ • , • ;s to prowde tags for persons an outboard motor. Now this real- 3 ly wasn't out of keeping with the wards for owners of the oldest Plumas Eureka State Park. Occasion for I had loudly hinted that in my .opinion it would be nice to receive things that we motors in ten model classifica- tions. Man but I thought I had it The Plumas Ski Club officials were assured of the Park's inter- est and cooperation. non said. Shannon said wardens re- ported the law was practically Henry Clineschmidt of Redding. Clineschmidt, who is mostly a trout fisherman and deer and bear shooter, said he doesn't hunt ducks much. But he said he hunted on three Sacramento Valley clubs last year and found violations of the transport rule on each occasion. While this corner has opposed the duck transport rule consist- ently, it has to be admitted the three commissioners who voted to keep it had an honest dif- ference in opinions• They were Commissioners Tom Sacramento; Dante blomelUni Stockton; and William Elser San Diego. Smith said the big majority of duck hunters were honorable but there were a few who would use every advantage in order to break the law. Richards' lea- could really use. Up until I met her the only form of fishing the Wee one had undertaken was .th.3ugh the ice for olives. The bid ust wasn't properly equipped for the great outdoors. And so I made it clear that I Would not consider it crass should lye ,be recipients of such things as a Coleman lantern, sleeping hags, a sand crab trap (you'll have to .be a Southern California surf caster to appreciate the value of tbAs item), and the like. I was not disappointed. Anyway I considered the motor ffer in the worth while category. So what if our benefactor had stated that it was used. 'Man what .an understatement. l(ksed and abused would have been putting it mildly. I nursed, Coaxed and cussed the kicker the turned it over to Elmer T.er at his Canyondam Marina see if his magical touch might Now Is the Tune To Have Your Wall-to-Wcd] CARPETS CLEANED Monarch Rug Clecmers Phone 533.7391 P.O. Box 1306 Orovllle Insured - - Guaranteed SIERRA CEDAR Speda1r le.C Cablm Comple|e ZAne of Cochur Custom Milling TE 2-4893 tilghway 40A, Delleker , FEATHER RIVER LUMBER and MILL PRESTONE $2.39 gallon Western Auto -Chester- made• They are offering to swap new new motors or the oldest models as indicated by the lowest serial nurcbers in the following cate- gories. Initial year of production is shown in the parenthesis. Model A (1921); Model P-30, FB-30, PLY0 or PBL 30 (1926); Model T-4O TL-40 ORTR-40, (28); S-45 or L 45 ,(1929); Model K-50 or KL-50 (1930); Model VE-50 or VLE-50 (1930); MODEL 3 0 0 (1935); MOIIEL QD or QDL (1948); MODEL CD or CDL (1954) and MODEL V4-10 or V4L-10 or V4S or V4SI-10 (1958). We searched, checked and com- pared serial numbers but alas the old kicker failed to qualify in the proper category. However your luck may be better. Should you have one of these motors hiding in the basement, barn or attic be sure and register it with your Johnson Dealer. If you have the lowest serial num- ber you will ,get a new motor and there is a Grand Prize to be awarded to be won by a person owning one of the ten models re- gardless of age. The "Trackdown" will run from October 15 thru March 15. ,Meanwhile I guess I'll keep the old chug-chug out in the garage as before. After all it was a wed- cling present• Weather Governs Angling Success Wet, cold weather is slowing fishing activity in many water- shed areas, report Pacific Gas and Electric Company stream scouts. Mountain nighttime tempera- tures have ,been recorded in the mid-20's. Light precipitation and threatening clouds were also re- ported. Until the onset of unsettled wea- ther, angling has been improving and was generally listed as fair to good. Salmon activity in the Sacra- mento River from near Chico up- river to the Battle Creek area continues fair to good. GREENVILLE BIRTHDAYS Oct. ll---Jane Garman; Oct. 12---Jim Fenton, Michael Fenton, Frances Bush; Oct. 13---Louisa Tanner, Nancy Deen; Oct. 14---Richard Toscani, Ran- dolph Merino; Oct. 15--Violet Freeman, Don lhodes, Mrs James Colclasure Teresa :Hall; Oct. 16---Vi Zunino; Oct. -lMary Hardy, Roberta Bone. GREENVILLE ANNIVEIAB.S Oct. llMr and Mrs Roland Ellis; Oct. 12--Mr and Mrs Charles Wilson; Oct. 15---Mr and Mrs A G Tar- esh. With the help of .the visiting park officials, a rope tow has already been acquired, according to Dr. Hilly Hopkins, this year's president of the Plumas Club. Dr. Hopkins said the additional tow will extend another 500 or more feet up the sides of the snow "bowl", increasing the snow sports area to more than double its past capacity. The Plumas Ski Club president reported during the meeting that through cooperation at Harvey West Jr., of Graeagle and R. N. Cole of Quincy, the club had been able to hire, at a very nominal rental, a large bulldozer to clear the new area, which is not ready for the instalaltion of the addi- tional tow. The two tows to be operated, Dr. Hopkins said, will carry skiers more than a quarter mile up the sides of a really spec- tacular skiing area. Special permit to cover the Ski Club's operation has been request- ed of the State Division of Beach- es and Parks. "By the time the snow sports season is here, the Plumas Eureka Ski Bowl will be given weekly to the State Cham- ber of Commerce for its weekly snow sports 'bulletin published each year during the snow sports season. unenforceable• In order to cheek out the validity of a slip with an extra limit of ducks---to make certain the hunter didn't shoot all the birds himselfit's neces- sary to detain the hunter, Shan- non said. If the slip turns out to be valid, the warden is sub- ject to false arrest ,action for de- taining the hunter. Johnston and Orville Brown, of Quincy. thers ruffled a bit on this part of the discussion. "It sort of burns me up to have the commission sit around and talk as though every duck hunt- er is an outlaw," Richards said. "I think that basically duck hunters are honest men. You have some outlaws but I don't like to hear it said that all duck hunters are a bunch of bandits." Support of the duck clubs for the retention of the rule was STOP; HAVE YOU HEARD? A complete new menu at reasonable prices at Feather River Hot Springs Highway 40-A Breakfast- Lunches- Dinners Remember Friday Night: FISH FRY - $2.00 Sunday Family Dinner 2 PM. to 10 P.M. Present at the meeting, in addi- tion to the president and visiting Park officials, were Mfl.t Peppish, Portola, vice president; Phil In- torf, Quincy, treasurer; Virginia Hentschel, Spanish Creek, secre- tary; and Directors Jennings Van Child's Dinner . $1.50 Fossen, American Valley; Stanley ................ = ...... $2.50 Complete Turkey Dinner $2.50 Golden Fried Chicken... ". Deer Hunters * CUTTING, * WBAPPING * FREEZING * LOCKERS YOUNG'S SUPER MARKET CHESTER nia are not true sportsmen and we don't trust them," Elser said. Spokesmen for duck clubs said the duck transport rule was important in California because gunners had to drive long dis. tances to hunt. 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