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   Connellsville Daily Courier (Newspaper) - April 22, 1935, Connellsville, Pennsylvania                               APRIL, ZZ Bills In the Legislature Affecting Your Fishing Easter Birthdays By KENNCTII RCID Member of the Board ot Fish Commissioners Out of the of hills on erv c mceitable subject presented in the present session of the Lepislature t NO that are Mtalh important to [he fishermen anil their Commit ion have finalU appeared The strides t lat the Board it, able to make in the for the improvement of f Inns depends to a ven extent on the Legislature passing these two v desirable bills Together with Thompsons pure streims bill No 27" ivhith wil' be aiiended it applies to ac I coal mines the., represent the most important pieces legislation Senate Bill No S19 bj Mr Lamns h> all the most Important bill on the calendar as tar as opera- tion of joui Cimmission is Brief h stated it would ton r upon the Board Fish Commis- sioners broad discretionary powers comparable b> i lie Game Commission under Section j09 of the Game- Code- manv nsharmen do not seem to Jeal i e it, the Board ol Fifeh Commission ers under the piesent Code does not authority to do or the things that these same F-ber men are constan h ursine us to do but must have an act the Leg ala tire for each trival change in size I mi' tree-1 limit etc In the natter of closing t-ibuun. and head stream-, as niirsejj water the Code limits us to "one small Mieam aiv one The meat of Lanius Bill No rpdd.i as follows "To aid n the better protection of fish in within tHis Common uea (h the Board maj also reduce or Increase open seasons and c-itch j Mze and on 1 niU r may dose or open seasons as in its mil. he to con the future fibh in an> jar 1011 of the inlind or hroughout the entire Common The pi sage of this bill uojld to the Board the authority that is Mtalh neede to bring the uitiquated tithing regulations up to due and in fceepine; -with the atl> increased, demand on our fishing uaters that has grown const intl> during the last 20 Years Daring this jus-nod gime bags and seasons 1 been chinced to ieep pace with the increased demand (f minting there has not been a t- consenaton measure en icted in the Fish Code the inadequate (omproraise measure of the last ses- sion reducing the daily creel limit n trout from 21 to 20 Is it any that Jishmg is not what we would 'ike to if En ursine: tV of tnfs bill I realize full well a-o a member of, the lioird that m the of these   powers we will bt, in m i h iddiiioml ciiticisin for i m i in t il1 fi TM men to "hut I won' much rather face the music h e I hmd the skirts of lie e when v.3 ire 10 a ton itueisial decision as j the t ise under the present limiting The i of this bill to the Fish Co nil son wall be like re- easing the brakes frcm a car that is laboring up a hard climb The or -.anized spo tsmen of Pennsjhania ire EolidH i of this bill and ihe legisHtors bo delighted to pass 'or not other reason than to nd then ci'e dar of a hui dred md one petU bilh> that are pres> nted session to thanse size limits tree limit and other minor ma ters that stu uld properh bo liand ed b> and it the discre icn of -voui Board of Commissio-neis I Bill. Hoiee Bill No 2112 b> Messrs TV es trick ami proposes that the resident fishing licence be increased from ?150 to 00 with ihe f-rovjsjon zbal this addition il 30  ou to the history the work1 famous Ivania (Tame Tommiasion In 1927 when the- hunt ing license was raised from oO to a might> howl went up from many hunters who had not tight th-ough in the matter In the com- paratively period of time since hen the Game Commission has pur- c hised nearh haif a million acres ol game lands that stand as a monu- ment to the wisdom of this small in crease and a guarai tee of public hunting for not only the present but future generations of hunteis against the growing tendency of individuals and clubs to post their land against public hunting It be hard to tind a hunter today who would be o up these lands in or- der to set Mck the insignificant sums that he paid into this fund that made r je e pun h i-, i possible A-. opposed to game fisb m Penn no plice that the cau rail tlcir There is some fi-iluns: on Slate lauds to be but w not pure ilh in mind and too ottc-L the realh e streams are 01 pn land nearbv Likewise on State forest lands other consider tions have often eclipsed those o' fishing with the result that on State ac well pnv ite lands ht-h load a prx-iri us and Ine on the t 'umbs that are left after other irimary uses have been taken care of PiacticalH thi-king sj nrts nnn realizes that there if- more to the fishing problem than the mere stovk ing of fish in watets beloi ging to others and wheie theie is no as either that the public will not be ba-red from fishine or the fish themselves extermmaled pollution or some other Both as i guarantee of public fi'-hmg in the fu ture and as a fiela for i long: time progiam of intelligent fish mi i mej-t and control in public fisiing wateis as a means to setting much better from stocking1 the fishermen of Pennsjhama to own their oian waters Tlio demand for desirable fishing waters is so that the best witeii 11 e being taken up bv private clubs and the future of public fishing is in serious jeopirdv The handui iting is on the and we must act be- fore it ic (oo taiV if we would these waters for ourselves and our children Tie past-age f r tins bill would SloOUOu i veai in tMis special fund fc r the pin clnse of public fishing water at an annual coat to each fisherman eq nvalent lo one 50 cent lunch or a few picks ot cigaret two good flics that he loses m the limb of a tree or the mo ith of a good fish through cure Based on the cost of trouu that he catches as, sport (nMch wi 1 cost the average fisherman from So lo per pound if he is honest about it) this 50 cent increase is equivalent to just about one ounce of a tmj undersize fish of about Tve inches Except ft r the man who does not have LO go his front >ar  more and larger fish mile and thereby improve fishing geuer ally In addition to streams this fund would enable us to purchase land) where the topographv backing up considerable areas of w ater bv large dam o for lake and nonl species of warm fish therobj making it possible to enjot nshing wbere none exists todiv The benefits to the fisherman the passage of this bill woild be almost unlimited and in coajunction with] Senator Lanius Discretio-narv i These Ohio Us ins cplebrated their 10t i bu llid-H on Paster f i) Thej i-o Mrs Mngiret Black living on R F D No 1 Lw-t Piltonham Muskingum cot and Eh lounken of Ferr> cuunt> Bill No would be the means of improu K public hslui g at (eo, IOC per cent in the course of a few Tin liitl 0 cents u H piv the fisherman ere tter returns thin an; coj parable investment he can po suK 1 von lie- infoiested in havmi, letter hshii j, will active- Iv siippoit (hm tinimv late of better fiihint, 1 ills farm e bills No S19 and No ard House Bill No 2112 ''ivri'e vour scnat >r ami Lve to vote f  mtoiligpnt fail nre to falsecard on the opening lead This put tho plavor np against an almost impossible guess East, Dealer Both sides vulnerable Tho bidding (Figures after bids refer to numbered explana- tory paragraphs East So nth West North 10 Dbl (2) Pass Pass gambling preemptive bid possibly about, one playing trick shy in view vul- nerability but South Ls opti- mfsjc about his distribution and hopes he will he able to mako up at least one heart trick is obvionslv np against It Ho has sinport for his partner's suit but does not know his partner's distribn tlon and feels a five d amond bid bo dangerous. If the hast hand happens to be balanced in pattern a sizable vulnerable penalty will ensuo and West anally decided al- beit unwisely upon the double can do nothing but be- beve his partner The West opened the King ot hearts which held the trick West could not regard a six spot an encouraging when declarer played the five Besides, West could not figure South for four hearts ou a bid of four "Trades So bo switched the suit, leading the ten of dia monds. Sonth won with tbe Ace of diamonds drew trumps and laid down the Queen ot hearts from tho cloned hand West permitted this to bold the trick. Another snio.lt heart followed and since East had shown out of hearts overy rard of the suit was mark cd The contract was made Fast and West only getting two beart tricks and a club We Pay More Than Anyone in Town will provide you with Extra Cash I to We Pay Highest Cash Prices For AH Grades Mt HSMIIP flint il j'ni limiir old jiild ion too iMll rui IniiKst ijflif. .MI .Kuir.ut in iittiinitt (--tim.ih. Mafdi fd  Memor- ial Hospital hpre Of children born in the period there were 10 a, the fhe sets Tfbo t Patronize. 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