New Prices on Hunting and Fishing Licenses Not in Effect Until May 1
The Idaho Fish and Game department reminded sportsmen this week that they can purchase their hunting and fishing licenses at a saving of 20 to 33 percent if they buy them before May 1st. The 1963 Legislature boosted almost all license fees effective May 1. Licenses are already on sale and the department director John R. Woodworth, said they may be purchased as the old rate until May 1. At that time the resident hunting and fishing combination license will increase from $5 to $6. Resident fishing license purchased separately will increase from $3 to $4 but the resident hunting license, purchased separately remains the same $3 per year. The biggest boost is in the non-resident combination hunting and fishing license. It goes up from $75 to $100. Nonresident fishing fee increase from $13 to $15 for a season pass and the five-day non-resident license now selling at $4 will be replaced by a seven-day license costing $5. The so-called tourist license will continue to be available at $2 for the first day $1 for each consecutive day thereafter. A new type license costing $5 will be issued to non-residents for the shooting of nongame animals including jackrabbits, bobcats, coyotes and other unprotected species of animals and birds.
Allotment Lifted Conditions Improve For Irrigation
W.D. Reynolds, a member of the Board of Directors of the Boise-Kuna Irrigation District, Said Wednesday that the board of control has lifted the water allotment until the May 8 meeting. Royce VanCurren manager of the Boise Project, had previously announced an allotment maybe increased, two weeks of rain, snow and hail has added some much needed moisture to the soil and will aid greatly in the conservation of water since the soil will not be so dry at the beginning of the season
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Melba Prep Club Elects Officers; Eyes New Project
Melba High School Pep Club met Monday evening in the Multi Purpose room of the school. Members elected Merle Brandau, president, Susan Hoagland, vice pres; Wilma Tabor, Secretary; Barbara Fine, Treasurer; Barbara Herrick, reporter, Tony Bernard, Parliamentarian; Mrs. John Miller, Sponsor.
The purpose of their Club is to promote school spirit. Several School projects were discussed including a trophy case, paint for the bleachers and built-ins for the concession stand, which would include a warming oven. Installation of he new officers will be held at the next meeting.
New PTA Officers Installed Wednesday At a Special Meeting
At a special meeting of the executive committee Wednesday afternoon at the High School, Mrs. Gene Lee installed new PTA officers. Seated were Wal Walch, President; Mrs. Ralph Doser, Mrs. Clark Wylie and Mrs. Richard Friddle, Vice Presidents; Mrs. Richard Gunning, Secretary and Mrs. Alfred Zeyer, Treasurer. At the meeting officers made plans for the annual pre-school tea, which is tentatively set for May 11. The Third District PTA Conference, which includes Melba.
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