HA Newsletter 16

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'98 May 31

BANQUET BEST YET!!

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What a banquet!! The sixth annual HUNTER'S ALERT banquet and auction was extremely successful.

'98 May 31

WAKE UP NDOW!

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Predators do have a serious impact on game numbers. It seems as though the whole world knows it except those who are running the show within Nevada Division of Wildlife. HUNTER'S ALERT has just received a final report dated June, 1998, "Factors Affecting Survival of Neonatal Pronghorn in the Northern Great feasin" from U.S. Department of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey. The final report was 25 pages long but we have quoted the highlights. For years NDOW has stated that it does no good to do predator control. After reading these findings, you be the judge.

'98 May 31

EDITORIAL

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What kind of sportsman are you? Are you the type that stands up for what your believe in? Do you do your part and contribute? Or are you the type who does nothing except bitch about things when it's too late?

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On April 6, Governor Miller sent a letter to the county advisory boards to manage wildlife. He asked the boards to submit nominations to either reappoint or replace three wildlife commissioners whose terms expired on June 30. They were all sportsman's representatives: Bill Bradley from Reno, Don Cavin from Hawthorne, and Jelindo Tiberti from Las Vegas

'98 May 31

RELIEF AT LAST!!!

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This is the year. It could be one of the best years for Nevada sportsmen. All the sportsmen have to do is to get involved because this is an election year. This the year sportsmen clean house. Sportsmen will be rid of their nemeses Bob Miller, administrator Willie Molini. his boss Pete Morros and attorney general Frankie Sue Del Papa. For sure, three of them are going and hopefully. Frankie Sue will join them.

'98 May 31

SOMETHING DIFFERENT

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The Sportsman's Galley, located al 4711 W. Spring Mountain Road, has a unique program for HUNTER'S ALERT members. First, a little about the Sportsman's Galley. It is the only restaurant in Nevada that is completely decorated with shooting, hunting and fishing accessories. It features an extensive wild game menu every day of the year. The owners, Carol and Jim Belmont, are dedicated to hunters' rights, wildlife conservation, youth hunter safety programs and other outdoor related activities. The most important thing is that they will give back 10% of the value of any meals or retail merchandise purchases that are made (exclusive of sales tax) to HUNTER'S ALERT. Here's a chance to introduce your friends and out of town visitors to a unique restaurant and at the same time contribute to HUNTER'S ALERT. If wild game is not to your liking, they also serve traditional steak, pasta and seafoods. Some of the game available: rainbow trout, swordfish, mahi-mahi, pheasant, salmon, quail, duck, alligator, buffalo, deer, elk and wild boar. Bon Appetit! BE SURE TO TELL THEM AT THE TIME, THAT YOU ARE A MEMBER OF HUNTER'S ALERT

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July 1, 1998 will mark the first year of my term as wildlife commissioner. This has been an exciting and frustrating year Trying to balance the needs of the commission, department, sportsmen, family and career has been a challenge Hopefully. 1 have not left anyone out and have answered your concerns quickly and honestly I am not even going to try to agree with everyone, but then you probably didn't expect that anyway

The Commission has met nine times in the year, dealing with numerous petitions from sportsmen and the county advisory boards and sportsman's groups. The following are highlighted from memory:

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The deer population in Nevada has been stagnant for five years, but the Nevada Division of Wildlife continues to expand the number of tags available to hunters

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"Evidence of improper practices" has prompted the legislative auditor to send a rare "218" letter to the governor and each state legislator alerting them that "the integrity of the fiscal records" of Nevada Division of Wildlife is "in question."

'98 May 31

TIME TO VOTE!!

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Listed below are the candidates who have supported sportsmen's issues. In this newsletter, we are endorsing the candidates who have an opponent within their own party in the September 1 primary election HUNTER'S ALERT will give you a complete listing in our next newsletter before the November general election

  • U.S. Senate: Republican John Ensign
  • U.S. House-1: Republican Don Chairez or Esther Quisenberry
  • Governor: Republican Kenny Guinn
  • State Controller: Republican Kathy Augustine
  • Attorney General: Anyone but Frankie Sue Del Papa
  • Senate 2: Democrat Jack Regan
  • Assembly 12:
  • Democrat Genie Ohrenschall
  • Assembly 13: Republican Dennis Nolan
  • Assembly 18:
  • Democrat Mark Manendo
  • Assembly 21:
  • Republican Sandra Tiffany
  • Assembly 25: Republican Dawn Gibbons
  • Clark County Clerk: Democrat Mary Mosley
  • Clark County Commission District F: Democrat Erin Kenny
  • Clark County Family Court Dept. A: Nonpartisan Jim Guesman

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