The News from Frederick, Maryland on July 8, 1948 · Page 15
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July 8, 1948

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 15

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ChicKester Is Named B vLane Peter W. Chichester Governor Lane on Wednesday named Peter W. Chichester. this city, to be a member of the Board of Regents of the University of. Maryland, where he graduated from the College of Agriculture in · 1920. · He succeeds Glenn L. Martin. Baltimore airplane · manufacturer · and sportsman, who submitted his -, resignation June 30 so as not 10 be ; in a position of "seeking special, favors" in the event his firm con; tracts for the use of a wind tun- ' nel at the University. A former County Agec: for Frederick county, Mr. Chichester. has since August 1, 1926 been eai- Inc.. thic city, ac a nutritionist id charge of sales. Native ·( Prince Ge«rges A native of Aquasco. Prince Georges county. Mr. Chicherter worked on the family farm while attending Baden High School, from which,, he eradiated in 1914. He entered, the University of Maryland that year and left in 1917 to attend officer's training school. He served as a first lieutenant of infantry before returning to his studies at the University in 1919. He received hi* B. S. degree the next year. He was assistant State 4-H Club agent from September 1919 to February 1924. when he came to Frederick county as Extension Agent. He remained in that · cap · acity until becoming associated with Dietrich and Gambrill, Inc. Member Of Alumni Council Mr. Chichester served as president of the University's Alumni Association in 1940 and is now a member of the General Alumni Council, representing the School of Agriculture, in a re-organization program' nearly completed. His wife, Mrs. Lila Ward Koonce Chichester, is a daughter of Dr. S. E. Koonce, Wilmington, ?T. C- They have one daughter. Miss Lila Ward Chichester, now entered at Mary Washington College of the University of Virginia. Governor Lace was quoted bv the Associated Press as saying: "Martin has assured rne of his continuing interest in the University of Maryland, and I wish to ex~press. on behalf of the State and the University, appreciation for IV m Board of Regents a* well a* his assurance of future interest in the institution." Top-Notch State Park Predicted By Labrot Sandy Point July 7 (3)--Maryland will build a "top-notch" state park at Sandy Point on Chesapeake Bay. William H. Labrot predicted today. The beachfront park may be open to the public "next summer." said Labrot. wealthy Southern Marylander who is selling a 725- acr* tract as the park site. Labrot said he and Director Joseph F. Kaylor of the Department of Forests and Parks will sign a "gentleman's agreement"' tomorrow, giving the state a 60- day option on the land. The option Is onty a formality, he said, adding that the state "definitely is going ahead" with plans to pay $160,000 for the property. Before the money is paid, the state will resurvey some of the boundary lines, check the deeds and iron out "a few other technicalities," Labrot said. The Board of Public Works last week voted to take an option t-.it made r.o further commitments. Labrot decided to rell the tract ^A Qlv order to block construction of a Naval Academy airpott in t h e same area. He said he has attached "no strings" to the deal but "hop«s" the state will build "a vtry high class" public beach along the lines of Jones Beach in Long Island. "There's no point in doing it oa a cheap scale." he said. The mile and-a-half beachfront "is the last piece of sizable beachfront in Maryland." ACCOUNTS PASSED ; The Orphans' Court on Wednes- j day approved two administration j accounts. Olive G. Stall, adminis- tratrix in the estate of Roger Eii StvsU. reported $275 in her first' and final account, showing an overpayment of $387.25. As ad- i miaistrator c. :. a-, in the estate o f : James C. Gresnlay. Jessie H. . 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