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JRIDAY, JUNE 17,1900 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PUBLIC WOtfCB . ARTICLE II—REGULATIONS PERTAINING TO tM£*Ju!« -.JO OF WHITE-TAILED DEER BY USE OF £*!£*$£>* RIFLRD 8UW9, ISSUED IN ACCORDANCE Wflll TM* PRO* VISIONS OF SECTIONS 2.01, 38.01 AND 38.02 OF THE GAME CODE OF ILLINOIS. The following rules ami regulations are established for tne designation of certain counties within the State of Illinois for the hunting of white-tailed deer during the season authorised by existing State Game Laws. . _ . A. The 1980 open season for the taking of deer toy use of shotgun loaded with rifled slugs, In those counties designated as being open lo hunting, shall be October 28, 29 and 80. B. The following counties, and the maximum number of permits to be Issued for each, are hereby designated as being open for the taking of deer by Use of shotgun during the heretofore prescribed season: Northwest Illinois Zone: Boone 250 Carroll lOOO DeKalb 400 Jo Daviess 1000 Lee 600 . . *In Ogle County, an additional 170 county permits are to be allocated for the managed deer hunt to be conducted on the Slnnlssippi Forest, Oregon, Illinois. West-Central Illinois Zone: „_ Marshall 200 Mason 200 McDonough 200 Mercer 300 Morgan 200 »0g!e ............. 1000 Stephenson ...... 250 Whlteside ....... 600 Wlnnebago ...... 1000 Pike 300 Putnam 200 Schuyler ..,. «• • • 200 Scott 300 Warren 300 Massac 300 Pope 1200 Pulaskl 300 Saline 300 Union 1000 Williamson 600 Adams .......... 300 Brown . ......... 200 Calhoun ......... 300 Cas .............. 300 Fulton .......... 200 Greene .......... 200 Hancock ......... 300 Henderson ....... 300 Jersey ........... 200 Knox ............ 200 Southern Illinois Zone: Alexander ....... 500 Clinton ......... 300 Fayette .......... 300 Gallatln ......... 300 Hardin .......... 1000 Jackson ......... 800 Johnson ......... 600 . In those counties of high deer population^, and where in the Department's judgment It is proper procedure, an equal number of permits may be issued at the check-in station in that county on the second and third days of the season, comparable to the number of deer harvested in that county on the previous day. Counties where this procedure will be placed in effect shall be announced by the Department prior to the opening of the gunning season. C. It shall be "unlawful for any person to take, or attempt to take, deer in this State by means of shotgun loaded with rifled slugs without first having obtained a "Shotgun Deer Hunt- Ing Permit", such permit to be Issued by the Department of Conservation for a fee of five dollars annually and shall be Issued only to residents of Illinois possessing a hunting license. Such permits will be issued for a specific county and will be good only In the county named in the permit. All persons filing applications for gun hunting permits shall address their requests to: Department of Conservation 400 South Spring Street Room 106 State Office Building Springiield, Illinois. They shall advise the Department of their name and address, and the county in which they desire to hunt, and may also indicate a countv of second choice. Permits will be granted to applicants on the basis of the order in which applications are received in the Department's Permit Office. In those counties where oversubscription is not experienced, the Department will Issue permits to applicants in accordance with the vacancies in the permit allocations remaining for those counties prior to and including the opening day of the season. 1 Farmers or tenants desiring to obtain a free permit to hunt on their farm only may apply for such permit at the above address. The law limits the issuance of such free permits to not more than one person of each family actually residing on the property for which the permit is issued. ...... „„ . The following rules and regulations are established in accordance with the provisions of Section 38.02 of the Game Code of Illinois pertaining to the methods, procedures and other limitations regulating the taking of white-tailed deer attarnnt A It shall be unlawful for any person to take, or attempt to take, deer by use of any gun except with a shotgun of 10, 12 16 or 20 gauge loaded with rifled slugs. It shall be unlawful for any persSn to take, or attempt to take deer by use of any rifle air gun or other weapon other than the shotgun devices of the spfctfic gauge and with the specific load as heretofore provided. s unlawful for any person to take, or attempt r any person to take d« by ^^ yellow o orange coloring. This clothing ^requirement ^ applies to both hunters and non-hunters that may be in a hunting party 10 6 It el 8h»all be unlawful for any person to take, or have in taken his limit of ne deer to ftirttor participate, with or without gun, » any himtinz oartv for the purpose of taking additional deer. F "ShSn Deer Hunting Permit" issued to hunters shall !nC l Ud A th nlmb"°red n penn.t which shall be worn oh the back Knocking pasteboard tags to be used to Identify a i ff ^'person to hunt t vvUhout ^ Ine his nermit displayed on his back, with the number of ms current HltoSte hunting license in the appropriate place thereon H The tags furnished with each permit are to be utilized by the hunter in accordance with the following procedures: 1 TFG TAG- To be placed between leg bone and large tendon of 0^1^ and £& immediately upon killing the deer. Th"s tag must remain on the carcass until processed for packaging DO NOT transport dead deer in any manner until this To be placed through slit in skin of neck To ni^&fSS SlSXS locked person 'to take, or attempt t« take deer on, or across, any public highway of the state, to taKe oeer on, un)awful {or ajny per son to take, or attempt to take deer by use of dogs, automobiles, aircraft, or other vehicles, or by the use of salt or bait of any kind. K It shall be unlawful for any person to possess or transport deer in this State without having properly vtated the cheek station designated for that county for the purpose of having his kUl recorded bv the Department officer in attendance at such check station. Deer shall be oheckedJnJojountjr_checlcjtBtlon Striped Boss, Crappie, Wall Eye Pike, plus an un- mud abundance of Channel Cat, Rainbow Trout Near JerseywJJe'... 4 Mi. SE. pit Highway Alt. 67 CRYSTAL LAKE t * RoUlns**AcrS WMded SltV CAMPERS . . . No extra!; ! I charge. Regular Admission Fee Me oer«on. 25c for ! children; under 6 ve»r». Free. * Showery and Hett-J, rooms? * Boat Rental! * P«bllc_ PayUtan. » MR. and MRS. J. B. RANDOLPH, Owner. Jerteyvllle 8»60 R13 FREE—Childfen Under 6 THI OZAIK* RANCH RISORT ITUCm MODIIN COTTAtn •IUCIOUS MIAU MTIA.M09IIM MNIN* BOOM •MMINTON—TINNII-TV IHUPHIIOARO—OANCIN* MIHINt—HOISIS—PONIIS HAYIIOIS—rUY*IOUN» INI WI41 MMH.r V4C4WN WOT! ONLY II Mill! Phone Steelvllle Mo.. SU Ml 12 M U / Z A M *f. O Ingo's Big Right Hand Isn't Just a 'Myth' Sy MARTY BLARE GROSSINGER. N. Y. (Special) —Ingenwr Johansson's famed Hammer of Thor, his trusty right hand, Isn't a myth. Isn't a Johnny come-lately weapon. The punch heard round the world last year has own with him A long limp. So says the splendid Swpde. a much 'subdued young man ovn last year when his training camp resembled a mish-mash of Irregularity. "As a youngster, when I was 11 the same day as they are killed. All persons, when receiving permits, will be notified of the location of each check station where deer will be Inspected for proper tagging and for the recording of data of benefit to future hunting regulations. All persons not successful in taking a deer during the season are requested to visit the check stations for the purpose of providing observation data and other statistical Information, desirable for future management of this important wildlife resource. The previously stipulated rules and regulations are established in accordance with the provisions of Sections 38.01 and 38.02 of the Game Code of Illinois for the purpose of providing a management plan for the harvesting of a desirable number of deer from the surplus populations of this specie that exist In Illinois. Violations of the above provisions shall be subject to the penalties prescribed under Section 56 of the Game Code of Illinois. The laws supplementing this Administrative Order are to oe found in Chapter 61 of the Illinois Revised Statutes. GLEN D. PALMER, DIRECTOR DEPARTMENT OF CONSERVATION. PUBLIC NOTICE ARTICLE HI — REGULATIONS PERTAINING TO THE TAKING OF WHITE-TAILED DEER BY THE USE OF BOW AND ARROW, ISSUED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PROVISIONS OF SECTIONS 2.01, 38.01 AND 38.02 OF THE GAME CODE OF ILLINOIS. The following rules and regulations are established for the designation of certain counties within the State of Illinois for the hunting of white-tailed deer during the season authorized by existing State Game Laws. A. The 1960 open season tor the taking of deer by bow and arrow devices in those counties designated as being open to hunting shall be October 1 to October 15, and December 1 to December 15, both dates Inclusive. B. The following counties are hereby designated as being open for the taking of deer during the heretofore prescribed season: Northwest Illinois Zone: Boone Jo Daviess Stephenson Carroll Lee Whiteside DeKalb Ogle Winnebago West-Central Illinois Zone: Adams Henderson Morgan Brown Jersey Pike Calhoun Knox Putnam Cass Marshall Schuyier Fulton Mason Scott Greene McDonough Warren Hancock Mercer Southern Illinois Zone: Alexander Jackson Pulaski Clinton Johnson Saline Fayette Massac »Union Gallatln Pope Williamson Hardin C. It shall be unlawful for any person to take, or attempt to take, deer in this State by means of bow and arrow without first having obtained a "Bow and Arrow Deer Hunting Permit", such permit to be Issued by the Department of Conservation for a fee of five dollars annually and shall be issued only to residents of Illinois possessing a hunting license. This hunting permit will authorize the holder to hunt in any of the counties where an open season is provided, and application for a permit may be made to: Department of Conservation 400 South Spring Street Room 106 State Office Building Springfield, Illinois 1. Farmers or tenants desiring to obtain a free permit to hunt on their farm only may apply for such permit at the above address. The law limits the Issuance of the free permits to not more than one person of each family actually residing on the property for which the permit is issued. The following rules and regulations are established in accordance with the provisions of Section 38.02 of the Game Code of Illinois pertaining to the methods, procedures and other limitations regulating the taking of white-tailed deer. A. It shall be lawful for any person to take, or attempt to take, deer by use of a long bow, providing such bow has a minimum pull of forty pounds or more. It shall be unlawful for any person to take, or attempt to take, deer by use of any crossbow or crossbow devices. B. It shall be lawful for any person to take, or attempt to take deer by use of a standard broadhead arrow only. It shall be unlawful for any person to use any other type arrow or a broadhead arrow with barbs attached. C. It shall be unlawful for any person to take, or attempt to take, deer at any time except from sunrise to 4:00 P.M. Central Standard Time, during those days for which an open season is established. D. It shall be unlawful for any person to take or have m possession more than one deer In any year. E. "Bow and Arrow Deer Hunting Permit" issued to hunters shall include the following: 1. A numbered permit which shall be worn on the back while hunting. 2. Three locking pasteboard tags to be used to identify a legally taken carcass, head, and hide. F. It shall be unlawful for any person to hunt without having his permit displayed on his back, with the number of his current Illinois hunting license in the appropriate place thereon. G. The tags furnished with each permit are to be utilized by the hunter in accordance with the following procedures: 1. LEG TAG: To be placed between leg bone and large tendon of back leg and locked immediately upon killing the deer. This tag must remain on the carcass until processed for packaging. DO NOT transport dead deer In any manner until this tag is in place. ' 2 HEAD TAG: To be placed through silt In skin of neck and locked as soon as head is detached from the carcass. 3. HIDE TAG: To be placed through slit In hide and locked when hide is removed from carcass. H. It shall be unlawful for any person to take, or attempt to take, deer on. or across, any public highway of the State. I. It shall be unlawful for any person to take, or attempt to take, deer by use of dogs, automobiles, aircraft, or other vehicles, or by the use of salt, or bait of any kind. The previously stipulated rules and regulations are established in accordance with the provisions of Sections 38.01 and 38 02 of the Game Code of Illinois for the purpose of providing a management plan for the harvesting of a desirable number of deer from the surplus populations of this specie that exist Violations of the above provisions shall be subject to the penalties prescribed under Section 56 of the Game Code of The laws supplementing this Administrative Order are to be found in Chapter ~" ' " -•"--•- "— ° — or 12, I noticed t couM hit with greater power with my right hand," ta Mid, "so naturally 1 began to use it in prefeTGiKfe to my left. "In the amateurs and «rtien I became a professional. It became what you call my "wninlitt-r." I •lo not quarrr) with surerw. "Let mp explnin." Ihe champion' «ld as he finished working out here in preparation for his June 20 return Jouat with Floyd Patterson. "I do not have the big head nor do I want to boast but let me go'back. As a Wd, both of my arms were strong. I had to work hard at laboring Jobs And I used my left hand as much as my right. "Then when I started fighting 1 first used my left hand to bother my opponent, keep him off stride. This set him up for the clincher, m.v right hand. They would watch for the tan and disregard the right... then, boom, I would unload It." The champftn Pdntedout that as an itnattiof "he stuppvn several fighters with left boohs. I novel knocked them out directly with thp left but I knock Own dttwn and pvrntually the referee would stop thr bout." "1 set up (Joe) Erskine and ArchlP McBrlde with lefts .... jab..jab then unload tfte right. Against (Eddie) Machen, t watt. I felt it would be a long bout. Then, I see the opening and 1 throw it, KRHIl. "You must see the opening, even if you have to wait a long time. You cannot guess where it is. And I throw the straight right hand. It's more effective than a looping punch." A smiling bystander added, "Just ask Patterson." «-- River Ripples and Outdoors with Harold Brand DEPARTMENT OF CONSERVATION VACATION AT Deer Hunting Regulations Tonight on page 15 the Illinois Conservation Department Is publishing a legal notice of the I960 deer hunting rules, regulations, and other important information. Clip It out for future reference. Fantastic Fishing Table Rock Lake, near Branson. Mo., Is a newly created Impoundment that hasn't been developed yet into a resort area but the fishing there is fantastic, reported Dr. Gerald Somers, 3514 East Broadway. He visited last week and in three hours landed a large number of bass and a bucketful of crappie. "Four of the bass weighed more than three pounds," Dr. Somers related. "The crappie were big with many one and two pounders. After three hours of fishing, I ran out of bait and had to drive eight miles to find some. An angler should bring all his own equipment including a boat and motor as there aren't any accommodations on the lake near where I was fishing." Reed Armstrong, Greeley, Colo., accompanied Dr. Somers who also fished at Lake Norfolk two days where they landed only five small crappie. Then the men made a one day float trip on the White River begin ning near Cotter, Mo. The men landed 30 trout but kept tossing the smaller/ ones back to remain under the legal possession limit. Large Bass Fishing In a slough near Pleasant Hill last Sunday was reported excellent for Jewell Maxey, 3418 Badley and George Berry, Edwards street. Maxey landed a bass estimated to weigh nearly 10 pounds. In addition the men landed 70 other bass and bluegill but mostly the latter. Berry said it has been a long time since he has seen fish bite so well. Tons of Bluegill Removed Beaver Dam State Park Lake near Carlinville was partially treated with rotenone on May 2, to reduce an over abundant bluegill population, according to a relase from . Glen D. Palmer, director of the Illinois Department of Conservation. About 75,000 bluegill were removed. The total weight of the fish was about 4,700 pounds or 81 pounds of fish per an acre, Palmer said. The fish were small averaging only one ounce each. The Hake was treated to promote bet- I ter growth of the remaining blue- I gill by making more food avail- table and to enable the largemouth bass to spawn successfully because of lessened Interference from the bluegill. A population analysis at the lake on June 3, revealed that a large number of bluegill were still available. Bass up to 4 Mi pounds and channel catfish were collected. Another population check will be made in the fall to determine the amount of growth of the bluegill and the success of the bass spawn. Young Skiing Enthusiast A weekend of boating was enjoyed beginning last Saturday by Harold Slmburger, his wife Louise, and son, Lynn, 256 East Lorena Ave., Wood River, at the Lake of the Ozarks, the Little and the Big Niangua Rivers, and the Osage River. The family trailered their boat to Rieke's Resort at Osage Beach, Mo., and explored more than 100 miles of beautiful waterways. Young Lynn, two years old, carried by his father, enjoyed his first water ski ride and now stays as close as a shadow to his dad, in hopes more such rides are coming. Made Gypsy Cruise A t otal of 15 couples in the Jolly Roger Boat Club enjoyed a cruise from My River Home Harbor to a sandbar at mileage marker 17 on the Illinois River last Sunday, reported Maj. Lou Appleton, who is in the weather division at Scott Air Force Base. After two years of trying, he finally hit a correct long range weather forecast that it would rain. On numerous pre vious cruises, his long range predictions of fair weather were torpedoed by heavy rains and storms. Appleton's wife, Lee, also his first mate, jumped overboard at the sandbar to help hold the craft in the wake of a huge tow. Appleton helped her but both were submerged in four to five foot waves. Mrs. Appleton demanded that her husband pay for her hairdo acquired at the beauty shop on the previous day. Appleton admitted that about 400 gallons of Illinois River water hadn't improved the condition of her coiffeur and so paid. During the rain, member Jim Lombardo, owner of an open boat, produced an umbrella the same color as his beat as protection from the rain during the cruise home. The club plans an overnight outing to Turkey Island on July 4. LOS ANGELES—Relief pitcher Clem Labine, sold Wednesday night by the Los Angeles Dodgers to the Detroit Tigers, says so long to two other Dodger veterans as he toured the club's dressing room at Los Angeles Thurs LABINE BIDS BYE-BYE (left) and Gil Hodge*, th« duly Dodgers who outranked Labta* In seniority with the team. All three played on the Dodgers championship teams of the early and middle 1050." \MWm\s 33, Snider 33 and Hodges 86. (AP UB Vmmiiafe a Will *» * M^^r» *Jt>IH|V*VV7 -«-••»•» IJ *rmfj •^••-^w_ i day night. They are_ Duke Snider Wirephoto) FULL-GROWN GIANT Yesterday's Stars By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Pitching — Bud Daley, A's, ended Yankees' streak at seven with four-hits, 9-1 victory. Hitting — Bob Skinner, Pirates, drove in five runs, overhauling Giants lead with grand-slam homer in fifth inning and getting a single in decisive eighth inning of 10-f victory. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" Mizell Hurls Marathon (fame SAN FRANCISCO (AP) "Shucks, no, I' wasn't tired," drawled Vinegar Bend Mizell. But the Pirates' tall, gangling southpaw had his tongue In his cheek as he said it Now 2-1 with the Pirates since he was traded by the St. Louis Cardinals, Mizell threw 168 pitches Thursday before he was taken out in the ninth as his teammates beat San Francisco 107. It was a big victory, giving a four-game lead over the second- place Giants. "Wilmer had pitched three hours and two minutes when I went out and got him," said Buc manager Danny Murtaugh. "He put in a day's work for us!." Fight Results By THE ASSOCIATED PRBfti Los Angeles — Pelon Cervantes, 125%, Mexico, outpointed Ricbar- do Gonzales, 125%, Argentina, 12. Detroit — Chuck Taylor, 136, Detroit, stopped Tommy Johnson, 138, Detroit, 9. Bau Bluegill Crappie Catfish BLUE RIDGE LAKE PISHING and PICNIC 24 Miles We»t and XH Mites North of Fosterburg. - L Open Mon., Frl. 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