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2I~ Wednesday, July 1, 2015 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter VITAL STATISTICS OBITUARIES Richard (Dick) Ray Mason Richard (Dick) Ray Mason, age 73, died June 16, 2015, at his home in Westwood. He is survived by his wife of 56 years, Carol; his children Vicky Sheehy, of Mt. Shasta, Marty Mason, of Westwood, and Cindy McIntire, of Gridley; his five grandchildren, Nell Sheehy, Kaylan Sheehy, Lauren Sheehy, Amanda McIntire. and Amber McIntire; one great-grandchild, Mason Sheehy; his brothers, Bill Mason and Joe Mason; and one sister, Patti Cardoza: Dick was born June 23, 1941, in Ruthven, Iowa, to Richard and Phyllis Mason. He moved to Westwood with his family at the age of 11. He graduated from Westwood High School in 1959. He married his high school sweetheart, Carol Oxford, in December 1959. He worked at Collins Pine Co. for 37 years as a forklift driver. He retired at the age of 55 and started his own fishing guide business, through which he met many lifelong friends. He was known as a kind, quiet and generous man. At his request, there will be no services. An opportunity to express condolences to the family is available online at fehrmanmortuary.com. Betty Jean Sabala Betty "B.J." Jean Sabala, 85, died Saturday, June 20, 2015, in Oroville. Betty was born to Beatrice and Arthur Clayhold in Oakland on July 23, 1929. The Sabala family moved to Quincy in 1965, then on to Greenville in 1966. She was well-known in the Greenville area, where she delivered the Sacramento Bee in the 1970s and '80s. Later she moved to Ely, Nevada, and then on to La Quinta. Betty is survived by her brother, Donald Clayhold, of Kennewick, Washington; sons Byron Dean Forslund, of Ely, Nevada, Barry Donn (Sandy) Forslund, of Gold Beach, Oregon, and Luis (Lorena) Sabala, of La Quinta; daughters Lois (Pat) Self, of Oroville, and Lori (Shawn) Snodgrass, of Ely, Nevada; and numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren. There will be a memorial service at the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses, 84101 Airport Blvd. in Thermal, on July 25 at I pm. DEATH NOTICES John W. Hoffman III Quincy resident John W. Hoffman III passed from this life unexpectedly with his wife at his side Friday night, June 26, 2015, at his residence. He was born Dec. 18, 1946, to John Jr. and Evelyn (Rapoza) Hoffman in Honolulu, Hawaii. John is survived by his Wife, Marilyn, of Quincy; daughters Alison Hoffman-Pence and her husband Aaron, of Quincy, and Jennifer Hoffman, of Santa Rosa; grandchildren Jonathan and Austin Pence, of Quincy; brother Michael, of Peterborough, England; and sisters Roberta Hoffman, of Honolulu, Hawaii, and Susan Churchill, of Colorado Springs, Colorado. A celebration of John's life will take place at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, July 1, at the Fehrman Mortuary Chapel, Quincy. An opportunity to express condolences to the family and sign the memorial guest register is available online at fehrman mortuary.com. Gary Seibel Gary Seibel died June 14, 2015. He was born Oct. 15, 1936. He is survived by three children: Tracy, Tony and Kelly. i; BIRTH Dixie Mac Goings Dixie Mac Goings was born to Rachael and Travis Goings, of Greenville, on June 16, 2015, at 4:26 a.m. at Plumas District Hospital in Quincy. Dixie Mac weighed 5 pounds, 12ounces and was 20 inches in length. Maternal grandparents are Kevin and Ann Moore, of Quincy; and Dale Curran, of Greenville. Paternal grandparents are Robert and Merry Goings, of Orland. . MARRIAGE LICENSES Marriage Licenses June 23 Brittany Paige Hall and Kyle Evan Wise, both of Quincy. June 26 Monica Rene Von Tour Tyson and John Jacuez, both of Reno, Nevada. Obituary Policy Feather Publishing offers free Death Notices or paid Obituaries. Paid Obituaries start at $80 and may include a photo for an additional $10. For more information or to arrange for these notices, contact any of our offices during business hours or e-mail typesetting@plumasnews.com, subject obit. [ ' Footwear "Co.fort with Eveoz Step" 1-775-323-3757 [ 4001 S. Virginia St. * Reno NV lm Fire restrictions went into from Forest Service offices or firefighting force in the summer and early fall effect June 30 within the during normal business hours performance of official duty is resulting in increased fire Plumas National Forest (public (Monday through Friday from exempt, danger. Woodcutters are urged land) according to Chris 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Information about private to cut firewood now as French, acting forest No smoking, except within land fire restrictions (regulated conditions are changing supervisor, an enclosed vehicle, building, by the California Department rapidly. "We've quickly transitioned or designated recreation site. of Forestry & Fire Protection Questions about fire into warmer and dryer Internal combustion engines may be found at: restrictions, designated weather; fire season is here," are restricted to national forest http://www.calfire.ca.gov,recreation sites, motor vehicle French said. system roads, routes, trails, use and firewood cutting and areas as identified on the Woodcutting on the Plumas National Forest Fire Restrictions Plumas National Forest Motor Woodcutting is currently (public land) may be directed No open fires, campfires or Vehicle Use Map. allowed within the Plumas to local Plumas National charcoal fires will be allowed Cross-country travel between National Forest (public land) if Forest Service offices outside of designated PNF roads, routes, trails, and areas the daily fire indices permit. To including: campground areas, even with a is prohibited; trail riders are determine if woodcutting is Supervisor's Office: 283-2050. valid California Campfire urged to be careful, permitted on a given day, call Beckwourth Ranger District Permit. No possessing, discharging(800) 847-7766 prior to cutting (Portola/Milford area): Campfires must be built or using any kind of firework wood. A recorded message will 836-2575. within agency installed and or other pyrotechnic device, notify woodcutters if the next Feather River Ranger approved fire pits. using an explosive or operating day is hoot-owl (no cutting District (Oroville/Challenge However, lanterns and a welding or other torch with after i p.m.), open all day (no area): 534-6500. portable stoves using gas, an open flame, restrictions), or no Mt. Hough Ranger District jellied petroleum or Some people may be exempt woodcutting allowed that day. (Quincy/Greenville area): pressurized liquid fuel are from these restrictions if they Call before 4:30 p.m. on the 283-0555. allowed as long as the forest have been specifically allowed day you plan to cut as theA list of designated visitor has a valid California by the Forest Service via a message is updated for therecreation sites is also Campfire Permit, available permit or approved plan offollowing day at abOut that available on the Internet along from operations. Additionally, any time. with the Motor Vehicle Use (http://www.preventwildfireca federal, state, local officer, or Hot and dry weather is Map at: http://fs.usda. .org/Campfire-Permit/) or member of an organized rescue expected to continue through 'gov/plumas. A blast from the past A decorated Volkswagen camper van is parked at the Hallsted Campground near Twain on June 13. Over that weekend, VW camper vans from as far north as Seattle and as far south as Lompoc filled the 20-space campground for a weekend campout. According to organizers, all of the VWs except one were at least 25 years old and a few were closer to 50. The vehicles' owners are members of a loose confederation of like-minded people called the Gold Country Campers. It's a,local affiliate of a nationwide aO~regatiOt/,of ""~ VW camper owners who communicate primarily through the Internet. The local group has been meetingat Hallsted for six years and plans to return next year on the weekend before Father's Day. Photo by Joe Ehrlich Starting July 1, non-lead ammunition will be required when hunting on all California Department of Fish and Wildlife lands and for all Nelson bighorn sheep hunts anywhere in the state. CDFW reminds hunters who plan to hunt bighorn sheep or at any CDFW wildlife area or ecological reserve where hunting is allowed, on or after July 1, to acquire non-lead ammunition well ahead of their hunt. Hunters are also encouraged to practice shooting non-lead ammunition to make sure firearms are sighted-in properly and shoot accurately with non-lead ammunition. Non-lead ammunition for some firearm calibers may be in short supply so hunters should plan accordingly. In October, 2013, Assembly Bill 711 was signed into law requiring the phase-out of lead ammunition for hunting anywhere in the state by July 1, 2019. The bill also required an implementation plan designed to impose the least burden on California's hunters while adhering to the intent of the law. In order to determine what was least disruptive to hunters, CDFW coordinated question and answer sessions at sportsmen's shows, held meetings with hunting organizations and hosted a series of eight public workshops throughout the state. CDFW then presented draft regulations, as modified by public input from these workshops, to the Fish and Game Commission. In April, 2015, the Fish and Game Commission adopted CDFW's proposed regulations and implementation plan. Further phase-out of lead ammunition for hunting in California will continue on July 1, 2016, when non-lead ammunition will be required when hunting with shotguns for upland game birds (except for dove, quaff and snipe), small game mammals, fur-bearing mammals and non-game birds except for when hunting at licensed game bird clubs. Non-lead ammunition will also be required when taking~ wildlife with shotguns for depredation purposeS anywhere in the state. Starting July 1, 2019, hunters must use non-lead ammunition when taking' any animal any'where in the state for any purpose. Lead ammunition may still be used for target shooting. Existing restrictions on the use of lead ammunition in the California condor range remain in effect while implementation proceeds. Hunting is not allowed at all CDFW wildlife areas and ecological reserves. 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