The News from Frederick, Maryland on November 29, 1951 · Page 6
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November 29, 1951

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 6

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FOURTEEN The News, Frederick, Md- Thursday. November 29. 19S1 Deer Season Opens Monday BALTIMORE. Nov. 28--A/P)--With ttws six-day deer hunting season set to open next Monday in ten Maryland counties, the State Game and Inland Fish Commission today gave hunters some reminders. The season start* at sunrise Monday and continues through the- following Sunday at sunset. Thousands 01 nlmrods are expected to stalk the game in the ten open counties--Garrett, Allegany. Washington, Frederick, Cecil, Worcester, Kent, Wicomico, Somerset and Dorchester. The limit is one deer for the season, and it must be a buck with two of more points to an antler. They may be killed with rifles or shotguns firing a single ball, or with bow and arrow. Firearms must have a muzzle velocity of 1,200 pounds pressure or more, and archers are required to use a bow with, a minimum pull o£ 45 pounds. In Kent County--one of the four newly opened this year--· sportsmen must use a shotgun firing a single ball, commonly known as a pumpkin ball.' Bow and arrows also are permitted. Must Check Kills It will be lawful to shoot deei\ even when the ground is covered with snow. This is not true of some other upland game. Ihe Game Commission said, because hunters find it too easy to track down animals. Maryland law requires that each deer killed must be registered at a checking station before being dismembered. The Commission gave these check points in Western Maryland- Garrett--Sheriffs office, Oakland; Storey's Inn, Deep Creek Lake; Middington's =tore. Grant s- ville. Recknor's store. S wanton, and Murphy's restaurant, Friendsville. Allegany--Shipway'p Inn, Green Ridge. Lewis' store, Oldtown. LaVale State Police Barracks. Cumberland, and Police station. Westernport. Wasmngton--Powers gas station. Hancock, and Clear Spring. Frederick--Snook's Lewistown, Ankeney'* store, feed mill. McKeldin And Lane To Join In Ceremonies BENEDICT, Nov. 28 £--Former Governor William Preston Lane, Jr., will join Governor McKeldin Saturday in ceremonies opening Maryland's new $2.000,000 toll ,brid"fte across the Patuxent River between Charles and Calvert counties. Maryland's General Assembly ordered the span built in 1949. during the Lane administration, in something of a legislative uprising Governor Lane had embarked the State Roads Commission on a $200,000,000 program for the overall of Maryland highways The planners conceded the bridge linking the two Southern Maryland counties was needed but fell there would be too little toil traffic to merit the $2,000,000 outlay. State Senators LouLs L. Goldstein of Calvert County and James B. Monroe of Charles County, who spearheaded the legislative insistence on the bridge, will participate in the dedication ceremonies at 2 p m. The bridge will replace an old scow ferry which Capt. 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