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Heppner Gazette Times, Heppner, Oregon
Thursday, November 20, 1941
Wild Life Federation
The progress of science in the
conservation and development of
fishing resources will be stressed
at the sixth annual conference of
the Oregon Wildlife federation, to
be held at Oregon State college De
cember 1 and 2, according to Wil
liam J. Smith, Portland, president
of the federation.
One of the main visiting speakers
will be Charles E. Jackson of Wash
ington, D. C, assistant director in
charge of fisheries research for the
federal fish and wildlife service. Mr.
Jackson, one of the nation's out
standing ichthyologists, will repre
sent Ira N. Gabrielson, chief of the
federal fish and wildlife service, at
Another specialist in this field
who will attend is Paul R. Needham,
associate aquatic . biologist of the
United States bureau of fisheries,
who has been making a study of
Oregon and California fishing
streams. He made special studies of
the streams of southwestern Oregon
this past summer.
Representatives of 120 conserva
tion and sportsmen's organizations
will make up the official delegates
at the conference, although the ses
sions are open to the general public.
Conferences in the past have given
rise to definite action on the part
of Oregon's fish and game adminis
trators, and by the legislature, Pres
ident Smith points out
THE CHURCH OF IONE
J. FRED STTLWELL, Pastor.
Sunday schol at 10 a. m. Preach
ing at 11 a m. Sermon by the pas
tor, topic, "How Christ Nailed a Lie."
At 7:30 p. m, we are having a
"Community Sing." '
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