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Would Give Aid To Ohio Game Wardens More Protection For Them Is Purpose Enquirer Bureau Special COLUMBUS, Ohio, May 28-A 28-A 28-A bill to put a closed season on game wardens is to be introduced in the Ohio Senate next week. It will contain provisions similar to those in a measure pending in the House. The move to arm game wardens and give them legal protections of law enforcement officers stems from the fatal shooting last September September of a game warden In Scioto County. The man killed was Peter Andre. Julius Henderson was found not guilty of second-degree second-degree second-degree murder on a defense that he was on his own land and thought the game warden was a holdup man. The bill, to be introduced by Sen. Oakley Collins (R., Ironton), in addition to giving a "game protector" protector" greater powers of arrest and search, would make the killing killing of a warden first -degree -degree murder. The provisions are contained in a House bill dealing with a number number of conservation matters. This bill has been redrafted by a conservation conservation committee subcommittee subcommittee headed by Rep. Robert F. Groneman (R.), Cincinnati, and is to be returned to the full committee committee Thursday. The bill contains also a new fee schedule for boats, which would increase the flat charge for all boats from $1 to $2 and make an additional charge for motors by horse power. The motor feea would range from $3 to $13. Motor charges are now $3 flat. A bill to create an Ohio Water, ways Commission also is expected to emerge from the subcommittee Tuesday. It would receive taxes paid on gasoline used in boats for improvement of harbors, ports, and so on. a

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  1. The Cincinnati Enquirer,
  2. 29 May 1953, Fri,
  4. Page 16

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