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rrne B .... ....... Six Teams n eat I, o. .,.I . _ L ilk Will Compete on t t ^_ mazer Molenaar(S); 13 5 ~ qlv t .... fr.",m qholtnn'~ Olasth gadSThur~a`-I a ~. LH )Earl(S), Gordon(S), .......................... Since the Gun Control Act of g . " " , ere is a he is not engaged in the business o~*~.~ Timber Bowl will compete in the 1 96 8sportsmen and gun procedure for the protection ofof selling firearms at wholesale or to ~"~y t~ownngtv.); t3 3 ( ~ ~ ~ .... grab the' ' ~ ~ ~ ~ Washington State bowhng lr first " ~ , ~ ' ~ ~, , , collectors have been confused licensees under which they will retail and does not sell to a person n over Hood ........... L| R ~:~ |~i~11~ ~ I~ ~t ~ Proprietors Assoc]ahon s Men s Scas~ 100-Sahsbury(S), Boelk(S), , ..... ~ .......... about the requirements of theobtain an executed statement who lives !n a state other than the !a. ~nugarttutO; ~ ~./. WM ~ [~ |L~ I~l"~ ~}~1 ~ Team Handicap Tournament state Act. from purchasers showing that the sportsman s. ~rs durm,,a ,. . 100-Salisbury(S), Cox(E), ~,~_1~ ~ ~] ~ 'qg~-~,~ .............. li ]]~| ~ ;,~ finals in Tacoma on May 15 16 to 6n v,~u need Bowling(E)" 13.5. ~li~ ~i ~ ~,,~ ~ '~ ~ o..n ~ - , , To explain and clarify the purchaser s acquisition or Q. Does the Alcohol, Tobacco and ' ...... ~ ..... ~.~, a.~ ~,. !~ainstHoodpElmo~a . !80.~.Settle(S), Gordon(S), ~gB) ~ [|il ~ One team for every six that Act, the Chief, Enforcement posce.,sion of firearms would not and Firearms Division issue Lt~or ...... , rave~t~lL); z~ ~ ~. ~ ~ ~ Section of the Alcohol, Tobacco, be unlawful, permits to carry concealable ed the Tr,,i ....... . . laaii i ~ ~ ~ enter house quahf~cat]ons goes to and Firearms Division of the ~" "an a s or" _ . weapons? class -.. -"~"-~ 18o-~ettle(S), Goraonta) ......................... the state finals. Theft -s~x entered t4. L p tsman or hunter A N " .~, andle~;a up by McCrary(Eo)l/nls1)" Snell rove(S), ~-im~er I"BLo~v~ort-I~hleb~v~RpS2~ ~: h,~qS;n~lilc~ln~u?SnLtehnt the tourney at the TYmber Bowl, Internal Revenue Service, Western who resides in onestate and owns . o. There is no authority , C ~Its~ 330-St ( , g . P allowing six teams to qualify for Region, a,,swers the questions ,,ro,,ert- in another state in the Gun Control Act of 1968 41tnfA class t Craig(S); 44.8. were left to r~ght: Tom Fredson, Jess Phillips, Mike Mills, Jim the state level. " e e : f most often asked" urchase a firearm in each state9 or the Alcohol Tobacco and Q. Can a gunsmith make A N o Simnlv ownin,, F~rearms Division to Issue permits e ~a;e: 6B class 330-Stolen(S), Sizemore(E), RJchards and Duano Wilson. Leading the locals was the " " P ..... ' " minor, immediate repairs or "-ro-erty in another siate does no~ to carry concealable weapons. :42.43 ~-28 and Lemmon(E); 44.8. National Bank of Mason County . v P What are cu " adjustments Po firearms at ~ualif~, the ,,ersons to ,,urchase a Q" nos or rehcs as OOd C~_ ". 440-Mortenson(S), Krona(S), ~ ~,~_ ~ with a 3120 total. The next five . . ,~ s v v de" Of 12 ;::l;othe A Miller(HC); 60.5. !;~'J~u~ ~ ~ places were Wolden's Chevron locahons other than at h~s place firearm in that state If the freed by the Gun Control Act ~,.,~. 1o ~ ~ **~=~' . sportsman or hunter maintains a A "" tWOevents .._ ny 440-Mortenson(S), Krona(S), ~,~:~.~.!i~~.: ~D'~. /,l~ 3 ~-~~ 3044 Moose Antlers 3034, fbusiness9 ". . of 19689 ; 8ettle e Haas(E); 60.5. ~1 ~ "~ -~,]~ i ............ ~ Renecker Construction 3033, Bull . A. Yes. A gunsmith may make home (for 90 days or more) he -. y F~rearms or ammunition " n or WhiCh are OUble Win'' ~ob Relay-Shelton won both; ~ ~ ~, ~1~ i Moose 3020 and Timber Bowl ]mmemate repairs, aajustme ts mav while residing in the state o~ specmi mterest to engrave firearms at fairs, shootmg where he maintains a home by reason of some Bradley fimshe hers t:j 52 ~V Stolen S Mortenson(S), ~; , ~ ~ Makeups 3015. " collectors ~~ffi WSla~;t-g~li(!i!~ Mbiii(e~:i'l Clio: LO~ " " ' ' long as his activities are such that which were manufactured at least50 years prior to the current date, but not including replicas thereof; o catch cr h~stoncal figure, penod or event Mohnero., ~.u ......" v.. ~,,,,,,,~,,~,~,(), ~vo.,,,,,t~.,, ..... , .... The tourney carries a top . PP [ events or places of similar activity nurchase a firearm in that state' quality other than is ordinarily tnthehi~b~.~._~e,ta Anaerson(HC);9'0". ~., ~'~ prize of $1500 for the state away from his business premises. ~ " associated with firearms intended ~II's A ~" ,,u~uies PV-Sizemore(E), Stolen(S), ~?~.i~ winners Q. How is the average hunter Q Can a sportsman or hunter for sporting use or as offensive or 1'2 ew_~jass wonMortenson(S); 9'6". ~,Jg ' or. sportsman affected by the Gun sell some of his personally owned defensive weapons. ~a[s against HJ-Baze(S), Womer(HC), ~~ Control Act of 1968 when he firearmsatagunshow? To be recognized as curios or , - - --- -,.z,, mm m m a,l)an Jonest~);> ,+v:. ~:~*~'~ )~ ;~ " " A. A sportsman or hunter is unlicensed he may make an must fall within one of the den .aBoelkand HJ-Baze(S), ,ones( ), ~0~, i: Gr zzl,es purchases a gun? A. If the sportsman or hunter relics firearms and ammunition were double Cra~ S 5'4V2" ~ making a retail purchase will have occasional sale of his personally following categories: le B cla "g( ); ~ ! to show sufficient ldentff~cahon to estabhsh h~s name address and ~l ...... owned firearms at a gunshow as (a) Firearms and ammunition both tea~rnop~TM Discus-Boelk(S), Womer(HC), ! . . _.~ j.~/~~ ~- (b) Firearms and ammunition Ool - " .... ~oelk Reara~..tu~ o~,~,, Though Shelton outsluggea tr~~~ 1 ~ which are certified by the curator gth .... rd m the Di~,,~_~r" .... ~ Hoqulam five hits to four last i~~~~li i ilqW~ of a municipal, State or Federal I di~tuJect 98'2" ,~ ,- :~'~,-."*,,~..',":].,A,,~" JOSLIN'S TEAM co,-ned f:--* --, ......... Wednesday, the Climbers gave up ~ ~r ~ I ! ~ / museum which exhibits firearms tancenf ~o,,~,;txa~ev~cntt~), DOelK[b) IUq / . ..,- WI~ m~at IJlat.~ in zne Junior League ........... in the first f tZ V~~~~ to be curios or relics ofmuseum ----,ou LJ-Earl(S), Settle(S), compe~nlon with the above bowlers- left to riaht, Robbi t .....~,ned ;u.ns ...... I N_~ ~'~'i~'~l~l~.3J interest;and s' C class ....Gordon(S); 18'0". Dale, VickiStoner,Mark Johnson," Anna Hanson Don !nningana~ostme~re~gnmcontest )ure^ - ' wmcn ,~ ~.,~c~ ~,~,~ ....~ ~,,~,,,~, ' m ten starts, z-~ on Loop rxem. ~ ~ ~ ~'~m (c) Any other firearms or ' ..... Seas ~tOns ~etuetb); .......... l~ u^"'. The Ldmoers. even nan two [| , .~ ammunition which derive a 'ion, on, came ........... .... +.+ + extra base hits, but could not push ~ ~ substantial part of their monetary I~tt Ol % Gt~t~; [~SHILS. ~,~,-.,~,,.~..."-+,""*"~ ~.~, ten firsts .......... ~-.~~-'~ across the needed runs. Kevm ~ value from the fact that they are "-"~a L n - ~ t e v e n s t n L ) -~ . . a - nd four of ............... ~~~ ,~ ~ ~ Dorcy doubled m the third and By HERB WILLIAMS novel, rare, bizarre, or because of La t.arrmgtontb), hamlntb); 13 ~. ~j~ . , [e w-rry Baze was LH ............. ~ .... | F:~ scored the Chmbers only run In - - their association with some Inner f... ,~ -t~stesL~),MlllIln[l~), ~,m ~ ~.,, ~-,~ - . a~ .... me ...... ".. ~ ~/ ~ ~'~ I the bottom o~ the fifth, pitcher ~et t.arrmgtont~1; l ~ ~ ~ , This is the time of year t apples by the bucketful .... " " " " " ;0parye Won the 50-Baz-t~" "~h,,it~,~~ ~:~ ?~ ~ Mike Johnson smashed a triple ......... - ...... Proof of qualification of a Ol tNe time, mat IS. . _ f t~ asia. PaveFHC~ ., , .... .... " w~th no outs, but Shelton could " " " the No "" particular firearm or item of ae A cl ~ ),- ~ Spring is crappie t~me in rmwest, but when you go after ammunition under this cateeorv llow .... ass 50 ~.~'.~,'~-- e ~ ~ ~. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ not tally the score, them and don't get any, it s a blow to your ego, because these tittle may be established by evidence o~f ~t a-~ - elton vs. W:' ............ ~ After givmg up three singles in aa Shelton vs. ntlO~_~;t;v~s,HC,_ t ), Bostrom'S),~ ~: /~ the. initial, inning, Johnson, settled panfish are supposed to be easy to catch, - present-' value an,,n ~*meuce ............ mat If you go steelheadmg and don t connect ou ' hke flrear s i n * - - Remsb-~-t~- ~ n ~ ~ aown ann gave up ely one more " , y don t feel quite so " " m or ammunition are (S/. ~ ~ o ( H C ),l nO_'~...'-'..~'~:~ r~ ...... {~ T J single in the next six frames, bad, because steelhead are supposed to be hard to catch Same goes for not available except as collector's (S) ,~ - WiltertE~. ~ ~ ~ H o q u i a m sc or e d t h e salmon at times, or bass. But crappies, it's ahnost humiliatin~ when you items, or that the value of like ' ~a~evi , ,,, ~,.u. ~:~: . ch(E), 180-Sch,~it~o~~ l.a('~,i~l,, .......... ~ [ ,, Vlctory-yxeldmg runs m the top of can't get them to b te." "~ firearms or ammumhon available (HO ,~ .. Jackson(S/. oq ~ ~ [ the first. Shelton had men on m .... . - in ordinary commercial channels ~, araal - -, ..... " ' ". ~ . . . One of the reasons lor missing on crappies in the spring can oe as ....... ; ey(S), 1 o ,~ ............ , .]~:~.~:,. every mnmg except the fourth Bill - ~s suostantmuy ~ess ou"lllll~E,),~stes[~), .. ~ . simple as mzssmg the spot where they are by as little as a foot or two. ~" LS)~,_ Schnitzer(Si. ~ ~ uacon was sale on an error ana "a~evich E ........ ............... . . l saw this plainly one spring in a lake that was clear enough to see I " 1. (), 330-Dwv,~(~ ~,~id~C'~ ~ ]~,I~F~ Duane Makovmey walked zn the ............... ..v,, first, but the rally died several feet down into. Two of us were poking along close to shore and I :(S) Beckwith(S);48.9. ............ "~' ' Terr Kmght sm led m the I cast a fly towarda tree that had fallen into the lake and then had I .2. ' Nelson(S), 330-NobletE~ DwvertS/ ................ ................................. Y " " g " e(S Petti " ...... . second stanza and Elmer Herrel another branch fall across it like the letter "t " We could see era ies in , ), McCra,-,,ee, t(E),48.3. WINNERS ~n the recent dumor league Tournament at sacrificed him to second, butagain the place where the two branches crossed. I found that if I could cast ~s(S),':" " --'~'~)'. 59 6Relay'Sheltn won both; Timber Bowl. are, left. to right'. Jim.Robinson, second;. Shelly the Climber attack stalled After right into the corner, one of the crappies would come up and take my [ R~ce $1 " ;~ ........... Brown, first, Robbl Dale, second Mike Nolan, first v " " 2. ( "' rv- ~ ............. ~+...t,:, Dorc, doubled m the third, Bacon fly. If I was a foot or two short of what was a three-foot circle, they I 'is(s1,~ . Carri,,,t,~-~"~o",~-; ............ ~'" singled to score him. In the fifth, would ignore it completely, although they could doubtless see my fly in i "' oal~se(E), "'I~'V~'~,""~"'''Z." ....... , m, -. . m ,-~ ~, A A Johnson led off withhis triple, but that clear water. / m m S: . -Dostrom~), ~cnnltzerL~). . . ~(), B01e.L, -- . Carrington(S);9'6" " JOSI In /Orals ,.SUUU ,o scormg foUowed. M~ke Nutt We sat there and put half a dozen in the boat~watc,!linKev~ryone L. ~. -uer(HC) ...... '~. " ....... , ............ ~" . made it all the way to third after an c~X nJ-t~azet~),uecKw~tn(~) ..... of them take the fly. " " , ': '~ " [ (E , ~ , error m the sixth, but was left on t9 ), 'ame~,~, Wood(S);47' To Wren Junmor Tmtle base Mike Johnson w ~,~,~, " ' alked and Sometimes the water is murky and you can t see all the action. That | I;_~ B~ HJ-Baze(/S,), H~II(E) Dorcy singled in the seventh and calls for patience and methodical fishing. Patience to stick with it and [ m T,ugren(Hc~ ~,~w,t.~o);, .~: . Joslin Insurance won a playoff Don Gardner final innin . bu . method to work the water completely until you find the spot where [ m ' 3St'~"'-' " '" StevLeJnsfHcSb~;g~Sn)~)'Beckw~th(S)', , ...... JUnlorWZth Shelton Jaycees for rest'the On the same day, the juniors The game ~gnded 2-1~nreHStqtn::d's they are. | m . "'~tandLq~ ....LJ . t.eague championship singles tournament was bowled,favor when the last Shelton batter This could be a really great spring chinook year in rivers, just as the [ _ -Resmberg(S), Beckw~th(S), Saturday at the Timber Bowl. Mike Nolan took first in the boys' flew out. steelhead season just past was a good one. | n won both; Lemmon(E);s 13 10% . Joslin had a 3000 total to win by division with a 705 total. He wasShelton now has a 2-8 record I was out on one of the late steelhead rivers the other day and two | Miller-- JacksohnOst)-Sn:vilsli~ov;9!lS?,, 21pins. _ followed by Jim Robinson who for the season. Its next game is this of the fishermen pulled in hefty spring chinooks. One went around 25 [ m ~ttC) no ~ )' ( ); Members of the winning team had a 696 sum. Shelly Brown Monday against North Mason in pounds, the other was pushing 30. [ .. ' Shot-Noble,(E!,, Snellgrove(S), were Robbi Dale, Vicki Stoner, rolled a 628 for the girls' title Belfair That is a nonlea ue ale ',)'Fox(s, Jackson(S);30 l0 . Mark Johnson, Anna Hanson andRobbi Dale was next wit .... 4 " ~'- "" ...... g- g " According to the calendar, we were right at the start of the season, | , ~, , a o~ . ~ne t~umoers wm return home on yet the guys along that stretch of water told me that the first s rinRer | m Wednesday, May 3, for a league P - was taken a week earlier. Nelson(s), ~m~~~~~~~~~~~~l~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~H~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~.~~.~'~.~~~.~~~~~'~~~~~.~~~~~~.~~~~H~'~~.~~~.~~.~~~H~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~"~~~~~~'~~~'~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~.~~~~~~~~~~~~~H~~~ meeting with the North Thurston They are beautiful fish, solid and bright, with that dogged strength / 1/ g R Rams. BOXSCORE fabig'fishinabigriv~'arnvaLetshopetheseeay " lsareaharbingerofagoodseason. !- 'Settle(S), . " [ linero(HC) Bowlmn esults StcItlStlCS . ~ abr h rbi , Long, uoug 4 0 0 0 The 25-pounder was taken by a man with a light rod, a small, fresh / ~ 1 MCCrary(E)'',e' WOMEN~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~i~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~s COMMERCIAL MERCH, s IdiANTS' ~ame:'~ udc~" ......... ~t~wart wol :):30 LEAGUE, . DensleD::cY' Kevlnv"yJlmU"" 41272z 0v 0~ 0' water reel and 8-pound test line-One hit a spinner, the other a' spoon. [ m i Y ( S ) ,Women's Hi G m Men men s HI Game: Sharon S);S0'9" Erick,.~,~ a e. Clara 223 ........ Huisinah177 Makovmey, Duane 2000 W.Iker Leeds t ksme l Bradley(s) Women's "Hi Ser es: Clara Me,0's H., ber,es. JaCK btewart W.omen's. Hi Series: Sharon N.u!t, Mike" 3 0 0 0 In n | ' ~.r ckson 52 u~,,-. J'..--~ ~^/hif~'t ~'~ OO u~mgn a~b. White, l~leal 3 U u u / 1. 5tanolrlg~: ........ --~o; Stan " " " d ings Final Stand n Km ht e gren(l~, ~,,Standings:SheltonRecreation T~F 37-23;N.B. ofM.C. 36-24- B~,~" ...... : ........ g, g ,Trry 3 0 ] 0 / ,-~L q'U ...... , , uu ~ /dvr~rn 41-1~" b&L lime for medahst Gay duffed has way to a 51 and '); 1 , -)-' _ zo, Lumbermen s 32V~-27V~; 's 34V~-25V~; Prepp s 32-28. ' ^:. Herrel, Elmer 1 0 0 0 Rich Walker tied " " " " 06 5H" Mor ans 2 ~ ] . Boon . . ,, 35-25; She ton G as~ 26-34; N~d~ , ~ . g 5/2-34/2, Mdlos 22-38. "f~ed 27-33, [3. K~mbel s Kru ), , Cert~ 18 42 rn ols, Ra 1 0 0 0 when the Highclimber golfers six points. / " Oling(s) .. Mille s 3, Clara Erickson 521" 9~ a5. Trail Blazer's 24Vz-35V2; ~- ,- Shelton Glass won l?t half. " ~ P ....Y ............... and The Climbers have won four / ~r , Iv~oraans c" ~ - ' ~"" ' , 4 36 Th " ,~.uu smavern won zno nail Jonnson, MaKe 2 u i u competea wztn uwrnp~a 1, ..h.r Tobln 473; ecker s 2 - , rtftway .... Monda- but Shelton matches and lost the rest of their i m ---.- ~;- - Shel .... o ..... +,^_ ~ ..... F(en Shelton Glass won 1st place by 2 3b Mike John ,aunt ...... t ............ o, ou.ja 9"~'~7 -- - son, Shelton l:stb:,/hmatchesy, 13matches. Shelton's next match / m 0nd~.~'~. HC~ochran 448; Lumbermen's 1, "-"'~'l=t~rftway 3, W. Speas 517. pros;. ...... 2b-Kevin Dorcv Rh~ltnn r, "~" w~ary W cken 466 ~, ,-,--'.~ Iv1 C 1 D Wil~,~n =,~-,' t~OO S mavern ~ bnaron --~ ........... ' atch will be with Tumwater and North 'JOrdo,~to, -" " r~-~-~,~','~,'~;~-1' ~ ~,"..,~'~_~; Huisingh 496; C&L Tree 1, Played at Centraha, them / m core 66 Thurston on Bayshore ",~;, Trap ........ --. Tr~-~...u.eDOnn~ Cnl.... an7. N=il, 1 saw the host Tigers, s " / ll~ / oon's 3 H ~uzick 500. '-" ..... "-' ............... 455;...Bj ~ ~. ,~-,,nkh ......... , Virginia Dickmsen 406; Shelton DI~ ("." - -- t.erzlT~e~ ?, '-': -~ ~:~,_~.' eta; G ass 3, Shirley Stites 473 DI~ olanuo points to Olympia s 61 and Walker's highlight was the par | R KimDe~ s ~, u. ~rnart 499- " "" ~ Shclton's' 48. Walker tied with five first hole. His tee shot went | T'C F 3, J. Stewart 601'. WOMEN'SCOMMERClAL ~,~. ,-, , _ , i~ ii / . m ~hi~:k~:SF1.Fgl-erSt~leYre~99iW2o3?ens Hi Game: Dot Ahrens s.gn:p:lt?2 ba;: f~.tlhsWi~lanaV~ Centralias Bill Martin for into acreekandhewasforcedto | ~ m mm 0 J Hulet 549 Women's Hi Series Charleen a,,e from 6 00 "o "-"" y medalist honors with a two over take a penalty stroke. His third | UI id Aot d qmi+h~n ~ : t ~:uu p.m. on par 38and ]6points. shot was a fairway wood. He m "-~==~mmm~ ......... Ma'" 10 .......... Jerry Munro was second for holed a seven iron from about i LEAGUE hr. y ann I J at me ru~ ~1_ _ 12:30 C s Daniels 4-7-10 Split ...... Shelton. He carded a 44 and ten 140 yards away on his fourth | ~ !the~Sb l atches i~!:~:~ ~:rTe~ i~wW:ddrr~ ~rfu~Ut~c~.ti[Ti~4g~885~ii!i;r~!i~i ~iu~i~d~e~t points. Tim Fredson scored eight stroke forabirdie. Hefollowed [ m 1 , : ~fi::tgjStwr~ltl~tn points off a 46, Randy Coots shot with five pars and three bogies on | 1 1 ~,nShelton,Ys 4-6, they, came back to win 6-2, o8.158t;a &0Lngr meB3 b . rhae (ern 65V~-62]&; Timber [3~wMl'n~4T-6~e Parents interested in Babe a 49 and eight points and Charlie the next eight holes. / / / : "t}nt~edn,, ,-a to ta~e home the win. Frank ~.'lass23-33 Niels17-39 ' ~u. Jim Pauley's 631/2-641/2; Brown Ruth are urged to attend a YOUNG `When.~naers~nandDaveKamin`~R~b'sTavern3J~vw~.~'~`-L~gging62V~-6b`/~;G~tt~smeetin ]DRIVERS [[ d ,~- " taey ....... -- ....... ' ......... up O e r e t t e s : ,, v ~ -" u g on May 4 at the Colonial Lnehahs.an' cUrpPea ........... number two dclubles tO 466," Nelc&Ls ~,Timee_ann4 Cha,.. mblin L.U rode' " rm e n 's 57-71;v o /2-OEellsV /2& .. o .o,~4 ........... ,~t ,." au p.m. t~oacnes, ............. .~;~;I nrzs Althauser ann Howara ~-/"+; an 446- Shelt- ' -UnnaValley 55-73; Richfield Oilmanagers, umpires and other 1 a Joh 26 co~em on ~lass 0 _ nd 4-0 i nson of Centralia 6-4, 3-6, - Shirley Stites 437. , 28-100. supporters are needed. ~heltonh_n After the victory, Shelton was 9-0 Certified Manufacturing 3, I / VZth ,,~u overall and 3 0 HELTON RECREATI Mdhe Nelson 521 J~m Pauley's 1, IIIIII _ Ol..._. - in league. S . _ ON . " " _ ..... ; ,_ ........ I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII resul'~*"tPla-"~ W ' .