The News from Frederick, Maryland on November 23, 1951 · Page 5
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November 23, 1951

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 5

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Civil Defense Inadequate WILLIAMSPORT. Nov. 22 Washington County's nine American Legion posts agreed last night hat civil defense in the area was nadequate, and said steps should be taken to strengthen its organ- zation. The group invited Col. David G. Mclntosh, III, State civil defense director, to address the meeting, but he did not appear. He was not available tonight lor comment on the meeting. The Legionnaires and local officials attending threw the meet- ng open for discussion. Mayor K E. Hawken of Wil- iamsport, told the group that Wil- iamsport has a spotters' post and organization committees for manning it, but he had no instructions regarding civil defense except a pamphlet. Mayor Frederick Mose of Sharpsburg said his town was ready to act but had received no nstructions. Jle said the town had no spotters' post and that its telephone service was limited. Fire Departments Ready C. L. Mobley, civil defense director of Washington County, resorted the fire departments in l!he county- were set up to combat .arge scale fires. He said he had arranged for seven spotters' posts sut had only 35 volunteer police arm bands, which he said was inadequate for a county of 70,000. The county also .has two Geiger counters, he added, but he had received no instructions on how :o operate them. The group seemed agreed that obley should be assigned several assistants. The Legion groups recently asked the County Commissioners to take the initative in seeing that a stronger county civil defense agency was formed. The commissioners have appropriated $2,500 for a first aid station Wmslow Burhans, commission chairman, said he felt it was up to the mayors to set up their own civil defense plans. BARENTS GO TO SCHOOL As a part of the regular monthly P. T. A. meeting on Monday evening the parents of the children of Walkersville school attended classes as pupils. The meeting was divided into two parts. From 8 to 8:35 p. m. there was a general "assembly" in the auditorium, where the "pupils" and teachers heard a report from the State Parent-Teachers' Asso- Th« N«WR, Frederick, Md., Friday, November tt, 1991 ELEVEN ARCHER -- Robert F. Kelly holds the antlers 01 a 120-pound deer shot with a bow and arrow at ,Nason Creek Reserve in eastern Washington. The Seattle hunter used a 55-pound composite bow to down the buck at a range of 100 yards. Most deer shot by archers are. within 50 yards. (NBA) At ten-minute intervals a bell rang and the parents changed* "classes" During the ten minutes the teachers in their class rooms "taught' the "parent- pupils"' the subjects their children take. In the elementary grades each parent spent the hour with his child's teacher m learning of the pupil's work and activities of a school day. due to colds... eased without "dosing" meeting in Hagerstown Routine business and announcements were also taken care of. 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