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Th? Sportsmen's Column
Some important abstracts of im
portant game laws were pointed out
officials of the Kings Mountain
Sportsmen's Wildlife club this wfcek.
Main points 'brought out concern
-*d landowners hunting without a
'license on their own proptrty and
resale of rabbits and squirrels.
Quoting from current North Car
olina game regulations booklet pub
lished by the Wildlife Resources
Commission and which also lists
abstracts of ifli&ortant game laws,
?on page 11, under Wcense Exemp
tion (G. S. 113-98) : "Any . ; . resi
dent . . . and any dependent mem
<?er of his family under twenty-one
. . . may take game birds and wild
animal* in the open season ... on
tends owned by ? h resident with
out a license ..la minor member
of a family resident of the state, un
xler sixteen years of age, may hunt
Under the licenes of his parent or
. guardian ..."
It is pointed out that the land
owner violates the laws tf he takfes
game birds or wild animals OUT OF
SEASON, even on his own land. He
may hunt on his own land whhout j
; a license. .
Other important quotes from the <
| "It shall be unlawful at any time ;
^o buy or sell rabbits or squirrels for ?
the purpose of resale. (Session
Laws of 1949, Ch. 1205)". (This ap
plies to Individuals as well as to <
i businesses.) . -1
j "Any person hiring another to|
kill . . . game animals or game
birds and receiving same shall be'
1 deemed buying same ... "
j Under Penalties and Fines <G. S;
! "Minimum fine for first violation ,
of any and all game laws unless j
otherwise prescribed, is $10.00; !
maximum fine $50.00, or imprison- '
> ment or both. (Session Laws of 1949,
| Ch. 1205).
"Minimum fine for second of- .
tense, $25.00, maximum S200.0Q, or
imprisonment or both. ,
"Revocation of Ucvdm U manda
tory upon conviction. . .
"For taking or attempting to take
deer at night by use of an artificial
light, $100.00 01 imprisonment or
"The unlawful display or flashing
of artificial lights from highways,
roads of driveways when accompa
nied by the possession of firearms
shall be prima facie evidence of an
attempt to take deer unlawfully.
(Session Laws of 19-19, Cr. 1205.)
"For killing a doe deer, $50.00 or
imprisonment or both.
"For buying, selling, or offering
for sale quail, grouse or wild tur
key, and trapping of quail unlaw- 1
fully, $5000 or imprisonment or t
Economists of the U. S. Depart- J
ment of Agriculture say that never!
before have farmers in this county (
had so much livestock feed as they'll j
have in the yeaT ahead.
Mrs. H. R. Hunnicutt and Mrs. H.
E. Page were Charlotte visitors Mon
Jell Wells has resumed his stud\?s
at WCTC after a visit with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs, Whitney Wells,
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Goforth spent
the weekend in Hickory with a niece
Mrs. Clyde. Philbeck and Mr. Phil
Mr. and Mrs. Edd Siadek, the lat
ter a niece of Mrs. Lona McGill were,
visitors here for several days last
week. They are moving from Texas
Mrs. David Nell! and Miss Fran
ces Payne spent the weekend in
Greensboro guests of Miss Peggy
Arthur and Miss Betty Lynch. Mrs.
Neill also visited friends at Greens
Mrs. Pratt Hern don of the Bethle- ?
j hem community is spending the
| week with Mr. and Mrs. C, L. Fulton.
I Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Fulton and ?
house guest, Mrs. Pratt Herndon,
were spend-theday guests Wednes
day with Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Hoke
of Lincolnton. Mrs. Hoke was giving
j a birthday dinner honoring her fa
ther, Mr. Fulton, who was celebrat
ing his 74th birthday anniversary.
Mrs. J. C. Bridges spent last week
with her parents in Hickory, going
especially to attend the wedding of
her sister, Mary vk-anftte Franklin
and Robert Lee Randall which was
' solemnized in East Hickory church
, Friday flight. J. C. Bridges went to
I Hickory on Thursday night. Mr. and
] Mrs. G. A. Bridges >j9o attended the
wedding on Friday night.
W. C. Toney of HtnrieMa, Ruther-.
ford County, reports that he will
make 30 bales of cotton from the 28
?.acres he planted this year.
To make home-rendered lard keep
better, add (wo or three pounds of
any good hydrogenated vegetable
shortening to each SO pound canYof
lard. The shortening may be added
right after rendering, but It Jshould
be, stirred In well before setting.
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