Florence Morning News Newspaper Archives Oct 13 1957, Page 10

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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - October 13, 1957, Florence, South CarolinaFace 10-a the Florence morning news Florence s. Huge Gulf Stream haul made at Beach Myrtle Beach oct. Gentle variable winds ealm seas and 15 dyed in the Wool anglers worked Harl in hand to assist Captain Sam Vereen in bringing Back a terrific Gulf Stream catch aboard the Ocean Queen tuesday. The abundant catch of red and Silver snapper grouper and amberjack was made under a full Harvest Moon monday night while fishing 85 Miles off the grand strand coastline. For the first time in this Young Gulf Stream season the men Folk were held spell bound by the an Geling ability of the fairer sex As they watched mrs. Joseph Stevens of Pittsburgh Pennsylvania and mrs. W. D. Thompson of Washington d.c., repeatedly haul in the big ones from a depth of so feet. In commenting on the 24 hour trip. Captain Vereen indicated that the Gulf Stream wafers off the Carolina coast have been yielding larger than he brought in from Florida in Fern during the past iwo win ters. Also making the regular scheduled monday afternoon trip the Ocean Queen were c. J. Bellinger Jack Tallman a an Stephens and Roger Gady of Charlotte j. L. Cauble Robert Peeler f. S. Forbes and l. T. Caudle of Cliffside . Or. W. L. Ham eur or. 0. P. Lewis and l. P. Stowe. Of Kings Mountain . And messers Thompson. Stevens and anglers Maul in big ones in fish Rodeo Cherry Grove Beach oct. 1j eight first prize winners were announced yesterday by the prize committee of the Northeast Ern South Carolina anglers Rodeo. Tihe catches All topped 25 pounds ail three went above the Lead ing contender for the class a grand prize of ?250. Third prize in the category went to Billy g. Rogers of Dillon who had a 26 Pound 3 ounce Channel base Harvey Graham Loris and Hampton Thornhill of Scranton won were among first prize winners of in the drum and Blue classes this past week. Public drawing will determine Hunt positions Atlanta oct. 12 we because so Many Hunters have applied for the Georgia game and fish com Mission s managed Deer Hunts director Fulton Lovell said today a Public drawing will be held to de Termine positions. The commission director said there was an overflow of applications for the first and second Blue Ridge Hunts and the first Lake Russell Hunt. The Blue Ridge area can safely handle 400 Hunters Al lowing one per 100 acres but there were applications for the first Hunt and 543 for the second Lovell said. At Lake Russell which can safely accommodate 200 Hunters there were 309 applications. At the drawing to be held at 1 . Oct. 15 in room 617 of the stale judicial building the first 400 names drawn wll be invitee to participate in the Blue Ridge Hunts and the first 200 will be Al Lowed on the Lake Russell area. Applicants who fail to be drawn for these Hunts become Eli Gible to participate in the Hunt of their second or third Lovell Al Deal. A total of Hunters made applications for Deer Hunts this season. Lovell said that can participate so there still Are some places to be filled at later Hunts. Commission officials predict a Good Deer season with More Deer in managed area than at any pre Vious time. Big catch John Angelo of Myrtle Beach displays a 30 Pound nine ounce Channel Bass caught from a Small Boot near Myrtle Beach last week. He entered his catch in the Northeast South Carolina anglers Rodeo which continues through nov. 30. Photo from Myrtle Beach chamber of Commerce in fishing equip mint want to make a Good catch in fishing gear shop our win Ning line up of what it takes to make this your Best Angling season Ever everything from spinning reels to casting lines from lures to tackle boxes sinkers to minnow buckets Glass rods to buoyant cushions including Many improvements and gadgets new this season Sec for yourself b g Nome Auto Supply 171 East Evans St. Phone 97j7 sunday morning october age in t the problem looking Over haul a luckless Clapper rail is hauled aboard o Small Skiff As an Early morning tests his skill in the Marshlands near Jacksonville fla., recently. Photo from Florida state news Bureau Blob of Worms gets stripers a by Frank Eck nes features sports editor cold Spring Harbor . We it happens every fall. Just As the vacation ends you hear All kinds of theories on How to catch Bass. Ilie often elusive striped the Best theory however seems to be the one put to practice by Jack Van Cott a photo engraver who has been digging clams As a lobby at Low tide. Van heard about All the stripers eing caught around Here especially off Marshall Field s estate at Lloyd Harbor. He decided to put n s High tide time to use. After trolling for two hours with his Clam boat and outboard motor he was about to give up the Hunt for his first Striper. He had 10 Worms left. He put five Worms on a 4-0 upper Hook and five on the lower 5-0 Hook of what is commonly known As a Lucky seven Rig. While trolling slowly he saw a Large Bass break water some 100 feet from his boat. It caught me by says Van Cott. He was on my Bottom Hook about 50 feet off the Beach. Before i Gol him he had me and the boat on the Beach. He weighed 17 pounds on one scale and 25 on another. He really looked like 25 that was 7 o clock in the even ing two hours after High tide. Two morning s later at 5 o clock Van Cott was still talking about his first Striper. While enthusing about his latest Hobby he looked Over his tackle and while examining his Hooks his line came apart in his hands. The allans of the Syracuse University football team is end Lasse. The 215 Pound Sophomore end from Weymouth mass., has done 75 deep knee bends with 220 Pound tackle Al Benecick on his shoulders. Teenage Hunters should be taught respect for sport Bridgeport Conn. Ocl. 12 each year More than four Mil lion boys and girls Between the Ages of 12 and 17 take to the Field to participate in America s most time honoured sport Hunt ing. In blinds on Deer trails or in Upland cover these Youngs ters under the close supervision of responsible adults seek their share of the Harvest of the nation s wildlife crop. How come these youngsters Are entrusted in the Field with mod Ern firearms How and where do they get the special training needed to assure maximum enjoyment under the safest of conditions Remington arms company inc. Has come up with some answers. First Sayfi Jack d. Hunter Remington s assistant1 Public re lations manager the actual age of the child is no Rule of thumb As to whether he should take the Field with dad. If he demonstrates a sense of responsibility the willingness to learn and act accordingly he is ready to Hunt. If for instance he could be trusted enough to baby sit he is. Responsible enough to handle a gun. Second according to Hunter the Young would be sportsman should never take the Field until be has had extensive training in the mechanics of the gun he is to use and the Cardinal rules of gun hand Ling safety. Dad or another adult instructor Well versed in gun mat ters should be certain that the youngster has an understanding of the working parts his gun its ammunition and their inter Locking functions. He should then be instilled with the fact that every gun should be treated with the respect due a loaded says Hunter. He should be shown that guns car ried into Camp or when otherwise not in use must always be unloaded or taken Down or have actions open. He should under Mccown sporting goods rifles Remington Winchester Grossman Pelet rifles shotguns Browning automatic Winchester Remington Fox and Stevens double barrels. Shotgun shells Remington Peters Winchester recoil pads i and s game Calls for ducks squirrels crows Hawks and Quail gun cases for All makes Shotgun and rifles boy s and men s Hunting pants jackets Hunting and throwing knives 50 i and 5 rubber and plastic decoys Doz. And up gun cleaning equipment of All kinds rubber and leather Hunting boots Chippewa Quail boots rubber boots up rubber Complete line of Archery equipment nip boots waders to Mccown sporting goods Florence South Carolina stand that guns must always be carried in cases to he shooting areas. The youngster should be instructed to Check the barrel and action of his gun prior to shoot ing to be sure it is Clear of obstructions and his ammunition should never be mixed in his pockets with wrong sized loads. He should be shown that expert shooters always carry their guns so thy can control the direction of the muzzle even if they stumble. What s More the safety catch is always on until ready to shoot. Identifying features of the Gamt he seeks should he re viewed thoroughly with the Stu Dent Hunter with stress placed on the need for Complete tar gel recognition before the Trig Ger is pulled. He should be taught never to Point a gun at anything he does t want to shoot. Fence climbing or ditch jump ing while carrying a loaded gun Are out the neophyte should be shown How and where Hunter places his gun while passing Over obstacles. He should also learn that shooting should be done Only in an area Clear of people and buildings and hat possibilities of Ricochet Are at a minimum. Once dad or the instructor is satisfied that the youngster has Learned his lessons Well he is frequently taken to the Field for a in this manner his performance under the strict rules of gun safely can be observed and any weak spots corrected. Once he demonstrates All round proficiency he s then ready for the real thing. Host parents prefer to have their teen aged children Uke a full course of instruction in shooting before hey embark on Hunting Ven Tures. Such courses arc readily provided by National Rifle association clubs in virtually every Corner of the nation. Heavy duty army coat for water or Field shooting Snag resistant Woven of two ply twisted heavy duty yarns treated stays soft and pliable in coldest weather Zipper whistle pocket extra Patch resists gun Wear. By Wing shoulder pleats Jet you swing up Fasti Mustard tone blends with nature s foliage. Brush Brown Hunting Cap. Heavy with tie lop reversible to red or hat Cap style. Sizes 634 to 7s4, 0.00 12 sizes 36 to 46 Sui did Flannum Hunting shirt Bright plaids for extra safety in Field i deep Button through pockets. Full Cut. U-17. Water repellent army pants heavy army rubberized seat and Knees zip Fly pocket. Field Brown Simiet 30 to 44. Shop compare shop Lor Tamoni tatter buy bilk s for tort Law or Tull

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