The News from Frederick, Maryland on June 3, 1970 · Page 12
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June 3, 1970

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 12

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PafeA-12 THE NEWS, Frederick, Biaryla* 11, nit *-; Md. Adopts New Wage Provisions Employees of businesses covered by the Maryland Wage and Hour Law will be entitled to time one-half of their hourly wage for hours worked in excess of forty hours during one week after July 1, Henry Miller, Commissioner of the Maryland Department of Labor and Industry announced today. The new provision, enacted by the General Assembly during me 1970 session and signed into law by Governor Marvin Mandel requires "all employees as maybe subject to the provisions of this subtitle (Wage and Hour Law) shall receive a wage of one and one-half times their usual hourly wage rate for any hours worked in excess of forty during any work week." Commissioner Miller noted that this is the first time such a provision has been enacted into law within the State of Maryland and he cautioned employers to familiarize themselves with the provisions of the law as noted above so as to avoid being in violation. Penalties spelled out to the law state that any employer deemed to be in violation and upon conviction thereof shall be fined not less than $200.00 nor more than $1,000.00. Mr. Miller further suggested that any employee or employer who desires clarification of the new act contact the Department of Labor and Industry, 301 W. Preston Street or that he call the Division of Labor Standards of the Department at 383-3010, Ext. 8473. PROMOTED-«eed Moyers has been named West Virginia division manager in the Eastern Seaboard office of State Farm Insurance. A 10-year Army veteran, he holds a law degree from West Virginia University. He is senior vice commander of the Frederick VFW. Reed and Vivian Movers of Brooklawn Apartments have one son, Danyl, now in Korea with the Army. DIRECTOR - Arnrnon G. BeDe- man Jr., has been named director of management services at IBM's Federal Systems Division facility here. Previously he managedlBM's Apollo launch operations at Cape Kennedy, Fla. Belleman supervised IBM operations at Cape Kennedy from the Gemini V flight of Cooper and Conrad through the aborted Apollo « mission of Lovell, Haise soft femfaert. He is an industrial TM _ graduate of Seattle University. While a resident of Cocoa Beach, Fla., he served as chairman of the Board of Trustee's for the Brevard County Community Mental Health Centers, Inc., president of the Board of Brevard County Community Achievement Center and member of the Executive Committee of the Community Service Council. A very successful and enjoyable Fun Day for Girl Scouts of CannBjntly 2 of Frederick County was held at Washington Monument State Park, Sat. May 23, from 10 ajn* to 2 pan. The event opened with a flag ceremony conducted by girls from Myersville, Diane Gossage, Rosellen Flook, Jean Slaughter. Anita Dillman, Christine Tayler, and Katrina Reaver. This was followed by the group singing "America," "The Hello Song," "Girl Scouts Together," led by Miss Becky Moss. The girls then divided into interest groups which were: Nature Hikes and Nature Scavenger Hikes- led by Mrs. Susan Fun Day Held For Girl Scouts Kelley, Mr. John Zink, Mr. Hugh Nolan, aud Mr. John Friedmen. The rirli were taught bow to identity trees, how to mount insects for collections, how to look for fossils of leaves and other things in rock formations, safely in biking, and many other educational aspects while on a hike. Another highlight for some of the girls was an outdoor cooking unit conducted by Mrs. Fran Randall and Mrs. Avadna Gag- hill. Here the girls learned how to make tin can stoves-and then cooked their lunch on them. They also made a one-pot meal. They were assisted by Miss Ruth Ann Ran*" The "Songs and Game*" group was conducted by Mrs. Virginia Crabbs, Mrs. Evelyn Haloes, and Mrs. Judy Beexel. During this session the girls learned new songs and games and how to teach them to their own troops. They were assisted by MissBee- kyMoss. An interest group on "Nature Crafts" in which the girls made nature prints was held by Mrs. Martha Meadows, Mrs. Join Miller and Mrs. Betty Kaurce. A class in Knots and Lashing was conducted by Mrs. Martha Flook. Here the girls learned how to do simple lashing that could be used m making things at camp and the use of various knots. A Ore bulldus group was led by Mrs. Carol Laridn. During this session me girls learned how to lay several types of Ore, the kinds of tinder and sixes of wood to use; safety in using a pen knife, and how to put a fire completely ouU Registrars for the Fan Day were Mrs. Ruby WeAUe, Mrs. Evelyn HaJnss, Mrs. Jeanne Nolan, and Mrs. Linda Cowen. A total of 1S girls representing twelve troops participated in the events, Community 82 is made up o*-Cirl Scouts fromWawl School District, Yellow Springs, Braddoek Height*. Myersville, and Middletown. Thirty-tour adults helped wUh the girls In conducting interest groups, registering, an* tajis- sisting leaders in groups. The following adults besides those already mentioned attended- Mrs. Audry Shepley,Mrs. PMch- ie Baker, Mrs. Mary Aon Shaw, Mrs. Joan Hurt. Mr. and Mrs. James Leahart. Mrs. Lfiby Abrecht, Mrs. Ant Lille. Mrs. Dekres Miller, Mrs. Tingling, Mrs. Alts Gladhill, Mrs. Norman Dutrow, Mrs. Fran Locke, Mrs. Win. Simmons, Mrs. Marge Mustonem, Mrs. Marylyn Bruch- Mrs. Mar it A deems program was heft at the end of the interest (croups which time representatives from the various group* gave hJchlicfatsofttMl Ing the singing of sera*lMOg by the entire group, the day eas. S w »u£n7of «Dft*u* perticJpstfat Myersville-- munlty director. MBit iM't ·«·» *~TM5 t3--. Heights-Troop 1098: Waver School Wstrlck - --~ 1058, 141, and 91; Troop 1810; aad 418, 1S72, and HOME Git LEAVE-Sp.5 Raymond M. Hummer in, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Mk Hummer, Walkersville, is home on 30-day leave after completing a 26-Week Intelligence course at Ft. Holabird. Sp.5 Hummer is a graduate of Walkersville High School and Frederick Community College. He enlisted through the US Army Recruiting Station in Frederick and completed his basic training at Ft Bragg, N. C. He is spending his leave with his wife Joan, and after 30 days he will report to his new assignment in Republic of Vietnam. The best sound going in portable cassette players! Uses pre-recorded cassettes, lets you carry your own music and skip the commercials. Just slip in a cassette, ^ flip a switch and you're on! It's less than $22. And you get a lot more sound for your money. 14 EAST PATRICK ST. PHONE 663-5153 ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY Sale! Our regularly priced 5.98 Towncraft Penn-Presf slacks NOW 4.99 "%. \ Our oxford weave casuals are one of the most colorful, comfortable slacks we sell. Great for golfing! Our #1 seller . . . and for good reasons, such a$ t the durable, stay neat blend of 50% Fortrel® polyester/ 50% cotton. 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