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Fall River & Burney.., Summer Camp offered to k SUmmer Camp will be held Area youngsters time Red Cross swimming being held, Terrie Berry p will be held in Mr. Burney School, from July 9, this coincides Fall River is holding rvoirs be The Department of Fish will take advantage of the to chemically treat as Lassen and Modoc County nex$ fall in an effort to rid of fish whose populations to trout. office said plans ey Reservoir in Modoc e final. Tentative. ulated for treating Boot Lake and Red in Lassen County and m Modoc County. plans, the  poisoned in the fall and trout next spring. The USed in the treatment, is not harmful to mammals applied to a lake. forms Valley available Big Valley Days Junior are now available Drewry at 294-3605 or 960009. The rodeo will June 20 beginning at at the Gerig Corrals near this year's rodeo will race, steer family team roping, race for 6 year be junior, 7-12 and of All contestants must addresses from Burney Fall River School School District and District, to qualify to rodeo. be in by June 13, 1976. from the button y were Erin 10 gallons of gas from Dean Fiant, Quincy, gift certificate at the from Alice Smith-Cal and R.V. Wright, d, winning a $5 Faye's Jewelry. for all the family... Bankamericard swimming lessons. From July 12 through July 30 Fall River will be holding the camp, at Fall River Elementary School, while Burney youngsters are attending swimming lessons. Parents can bring their children to the schools and the children will be able to return home on the last swimming youngsters bus of the day. Children are asked to both Burney and Fall River Mills. Cost of attending the camp has been set at $5 per week or $10 for all three weeks per child. The camp will begin each morning at 8 and conclude at 3:30 p.m. Hunting rules to be bring a sack lunch. Any child, regardless of whether he is enrolled in the swimming, program or not is welcome at the Summer Camp. A variety of activities such as crafts, games, etc. will be offered at the camp and each day will have a special theme. the same program will be offered in adopted The California Fish and Game Commission will adopt 1976-77 hunting and trapping regulatings for mammals and furbearers Friday (May 28), and indications are there will be few major changes from rules in effect this year. Proposed regulations, as announced by commissioners April 30 in San Diego, would retain the zone X deer tag system in northeastern California and add a week to the zone E (central and south state) late deer season. The special tag system was inaugu- rated last season in an effort to reduce hunting pressure in an area with a critically low ratio of bucks to does. The ratio has since improved. Commissioners also announced they intend to establish a season for taking raccoon (Novmber 16 - March 31 statewide), shorten the season for bobcat and make slight modifications in trapping regulations. Raccoons now may be taken all year. Bobcat season would begin November 15 rather than August 1 and run through February as it does now. The suggested .... changes are designed to provide for CEREMONIES .... were heldnearHatCreeK.r'arKto trapping when furs are in prime dedicate a monument in honor of Richard May, former presiaem oI condition Cal-Trout, who began the Wild Trout Project. Pictured are family members Mary, Mimi and Bernedine. Larry Farmer to instruct BY clinic BIEBER - Former All-American Larry Farmer, now an assistant coach at UCLA, will be one of four professional guests giving instruction at the 1st annual Summer Basketball Clinic to be held at Big Valley High School the week of June 21-25. After graduating from UCLA in the Wooden, Farmer won All Pac 8 honorable mention and also received Bruin Bench Award for "most im- provement in all-around play and mental attitude from the previous year." He was recipient of the Irv Pohlmeyer Memorial Award for "out- Boys to attend conference selected*as'a plaer=Coach for th European Professional Leagu e . Larry is the only player to be suited up for all of UCLA's 75 straight wins -- an NCAA record. In two varsity sesasons he was the starting forward and was a top reserve as a Sophomore. He had his greatest year as a senior and was the team's number three scorer behind only Bill Walton and-Keith McARTHUR - Two Fall River High School boys will be sent to the Fellowship of Christian Athletes Na- Wilkes. tional Conference to be held in Ashland, All all-time favorite of coach John Oregon from June 14 through June 19. Terrie Berry has announced that anyone wanting to make donations to Appoloosa help send the boys to the conference can mail them to F.C.A. care of her at P.O. horse show Box 115, McArthm" 96056. The boys selected are hoping to begin scheduled Area.a F.C.A. Huddle inthe Inter Mounfain RED BLUFF - The Northern Calif- ornia A00poloo00a Association"o00se McCIoud show will be held at the Tehama County Fairground, here Saturday, June 12 and Sunday, June 13. decision There will be a full set of Halter ITORJ classes, English and Western events, awaited Hackamore and Cattle classes. Also, standing first-year varsity player." Larry Farmer lettered in basketball under coach Ed Calloway at Manual High School in Denver, Colorado. He won All-City, All-State, and All-Ameri- can prep cage honors and was team captain. The clinic is being directed locally by coach(s) Roland Holcomb and Ray Odom and free brochures may be received from them or at the following: Burney High School and Fall River High School. All Breed classes, in stock horses, cattle penning, steer daubing and jumpers. For more information on the show entries and etc., write: Mrs. Rita Hunt, 825 North Gate Drive, Palo Cedro, 96073, or phone (916) 547-4294. Calif. Repairing Farewells Are -- Wasted sadness. One should leave quietly. ON Plumbing & Electrical Supplies lulvanized Water Pipe 40cft 2r'e Pipe  g.  ........ 35 ft r, e Pipe .......................... ,14  ft 20,, le 80]b 1OO' coil ylene Pipe ,oved for d,g ,,s7ss Iter Lavatory Faucet Set ............ sg" lve Shower Valve Set ................ s16" fittings For All The Above Pipe Heetrieal Boxes, Wire & Fittings The California Fish and Game Commission will decide Friday (May 28) whether to delete a section of the McCloud River, Shasta County, from the commission's list of wild trout waters. Action on the matter was requested by the Department of Fish and Game when the DFG learned that an angler quota system had been established by the Nature Conservancy on the lower three miles of the river designated as a wild trout water in February. The department has proposed that the lower three miles of the river be deleted from the list, but that the upper six miles (from McCloud Dam to the beginning of the Conservancy proper- ty) he retained. According to the department, the imposition of an angler quota system means that the stream is no longer fully open to the public and therefore that section does not conform to the commission policy for such waters. INSURANCE STORE I I I INTER MOUNTAIN NEWS MAY 27, 1976 54" wide Vinyl plastic It's fun to shop The Assorted floral patterns eSolids eGingham checks s3.98 Value Special s298 yd. ry Store Fall River Mills  eBasic Elements of. '  * Writing & Spell,ng Call 336-5224 Basic Math Made-Rite WUINUR| Loose Gallo Boneless Beef hey $ STiW $ SALALMI (Reg. price $2.49) stick MEAT Chuck ROAST STEAKS 9 52. x..,. $1 9 ROAST ,,. 19 Dutch Treat 69,,: .A.. ,l00S or whole Ib. 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No. 1 POTATOII...  7B" AIRTICNOKI$ ........................ 6/89" PAGE 3 SUMMER INSTRUCTION. by John .Meenan ,n eRemed,al Reading