Pacific Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Feb 19 1967, Page 34

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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - February 19, 1967, Tokyo, JapanOrld outdoors a Bird in the bag is better in the oven by Jack Randolph Pacific stars and stripes outdoor columnist a one of the most useful Christma Scards i be Ever received came from the National shooting sports foundation. You Don t ordinarily think of a Christ Mas card As being useful but this one is unique in this respect. It carries a Low calorie recipe for roasting pheasant and since pheasants Are rather plentiful along much of the Pacific stars & stripes beat i assume you la find a use for it. The National shooting sports foundation assumes you Are familiar with their re commended procedure for acquiring the Bird so Here s How to Cook it. Roast pheasant 1 pheasant 1 quart boiling water 1 cup chopped celery Salt and Pepper 1 onion chopped 4 strips of Bacon 1 cup of water clean pheasant. Place in pan and pour boiling water Over it and into cavity. Place celery and onion or favorite dressing in Bird but do not sew up or truss. Rub with Salt and Pepper then place in roasting pan with Bacon across breast. Add one cup of water for Basting and roast in moderate oven 350� for two hours or until tender. Invite one hungry outdoor writer and dig in to it it 4 1 taking a Quick look see around . We find a Bunch of irate citizens in Idaho. Here outlaws have been illegally killing Moose to the tune of 45-50 a year and folks Are getting sick and tired of it. This year organized sportsmen joined conservation enforcement officers to arouse Public opinion against this unlawful waste of one of Idaho s most rare valuable wildlife resources. All Public information channels were used to Tell All residents about Moose problems. A standing offer of $100 Reward by the Council of six an affiliate of the Idaho wildlife federation for information Lead ing to the arrest and conviction of any one illegally killing Moose has also helped in the Battle. Four cases have been made so far for illegal Moose kills but it s conceded that at least 30 Moose hav been taken by poachers this fall Oklahoma reports the dec. 1 opening of the trapping season found very few trappers stringing the the few trappers remaining have found Coyote and Bobcat trapping to be More profit Able Seldom renowned As a Deer state Illinois has produced some Fine Deer this year. One weighed-250 pounds Field dressed while the other a 14-Point or dressed out at 222 pounds. The big Deer were bagged in Henderson and Hancock counties both bordering on the Mississippi. A total of 7,327 Deer were taken in Illinois this past fall. Wisconsin has added Coho Salmon to its game fish list this year. Cohos have recently been introduced into the great lakes and some Nice fish have been taken off Wisconsin shores. In new Jersey sportsmen have expressed satisfaction for a Fine fall tuna fishing season. Commercial fishermen have noted that there Are plenty of Small menhaden or Moss bunkers along the coast and Large menhaden Are abundant off South Carolina. Jersey sportsmen have been concerned Over an apparent depletion of menhaden but it appears that these important bait fish Are Utilis ing different Nursery areas perhaps be cause of pollution in estuaries they previously used. Sportsmen believe that pol Lution abatement programs must be undertaken to preserve valuable Marine resources such As these. Virginia is experimenting with muskies. A considerable number have been stocked in Rivers and lakes through out the old Dominion. The Shenandoah River recently produced its first Legal Muskie a 7-Pounder. Lake Brittle and Lake Shenandoah also produced Legal size muskies this past summer. Marlin firearms co. Is bringing Back the famous . Smith double Shotgun in 12 gauge Only. The company reports that the new . Smith will be the same Side lock gun As the old one except a ventilated rib will be added. Texas is reminding folks that wild animals can become Rabid. Recently a Rabid Ringtail cat attacked a child. Fortunately the child received proper treat ment and emerged Little the worse for Wear. Address letters and inquiries concerning Hunting and fishing to Pacific stars & stripes outdoors columnist Apo 96503. A. To pfc v v n to. Is is f -. $ a customs handles mail the first chinese Stamps were issued by the Imperial maritime Cus Toms service under the englishman sir Robert Hart in 1878. The modern chinese Post office was organized and. Issued its first Stamps in january 1897. The Many political upheavals of modern China makes collecting of All Normal issues nearly 5,000, a big undertaking even without a detailed study of varieties and Many fringe issues of the numerous warlords and temporary splinter governments of the first half 20th Century revolutionary period. With Over 1,500 Stamps issued by the Republic of China since the 1949 relocation to Taiwan this modern group alone will give the new col Lector a Well filled album. They Are in reasonable Price ranges about the Only ones moving thus far to higher Cost being the overprinted provisional from the Mainland issued shortly after the 1949 exodus. Current program principal themes of the Stamps now emanating from Taipei Combine ancient culture and the modern develop ment of the Republic. Many of the great Art treasures were brought to Taiwan and Are now housed in the Palace museum. The traditional Motif Stamps come largely from reproductions of these paintings bronzes porcelain and Jade. The ministry of communications Points out that Many of the old chinese ways of living traditions and culture abandoned on the Mainland have been preserved in Taiwan. Last year the 70th anniversary of China s modern postal service was celebrated by dedication of a postal museum in Taipei. This two Story Structure houses 17 exhibition rooms a Library and an auditorium. A com plete collection of All chinese postal administration Stamps and collections from Universal postal Union members from All Over the world Are on exhibit. First of the 1967 issues is a stamp honouring Tsai Yuan Pei 1868-1940 famed educator of the modern Era. The nt$1.00 commemorative was issued As an addition to the famous chinese portrait series in january. Other 1967 Stamps programmed thus far including two additional flying geese Stamps this month in March two communications issues in april two airmail May 20, first anniversary of president Chang Kai Shek s 4th inauguration and in june four Taiwan handicraft issues. Foreigners including Many service members meet twice monthly in Tai Pei with chinese collectors at the sino american philatelic society. Interest of americans has entered collecting issues of China since . Morse a . Citizen designed the country s first Stamps in 1878. The China stamp society was organized in the . Originally As a Branch of the american philatelic society. It became a separate unit Tor specialists in 1936. Its Publica Tion the China Clipper is issued six times yearly. Col. Alexander a. Dickie is the editor. Collectors inter ested in joining the China society can apply to the Secretary Charles w. Dougan 9082 Vons drive Garden Grove cal., 92641

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