The News from Frederick, Maryland on December 5, 1951 · Page 11
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December 5, 1951

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 11

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The News, Frederick, Md.. Wednesday. December ». im Only One Deer Slain Tuesday . Dense fog virtually stilled the guns of deer hunters in Frederick County on Tuesday, ^ihe second day of the six-day oppn season Only one buck was reported, slain during the day ai? compared to 4S on the opening day*.. Regional Game "Warden Benjamin F. Phebus, Sr, said yesterday was one o£ the quietest days in the mountains as compared to Monday, which he had described as the noisiest day he had experienced on the Catoctm ridges He said there weren't more than 75 cars in the mountains, yebteidaj. The only kill of the day was credited to Truman A. Keeney, 24 East South street, a State Roadb Commission employ e \\ho checked in a six-point, 116-pound buck about 4,30 o clock Tuesday aftei- noon Until that time, the checking station had been as deserted as the hills. For Clouds Hills The fog"was so dense, game wai- dens explained, that hunters were afraid to leave the trails m the mountains It is rather easy to get lost, it was explained and it ·was no day to get marooned in the mountains. Furthermore thev said it \\ould have been difficult through mosl of the daj to have sighted a deer or hunter more than twenty feet away Keeney said he shot his buck about a mile muthv. est o£ the Hamburg fire to\vcr. Wai den Phebus said another illegally killed spike buck w»* found yesterday. It had been killed on Mondav. he said, and the meat could not be given to one of the local institutions as is the custom It was the iourth illegal kill of the new season No dead does- have been lopoited Usually most of me illegally killed deer axe females. No Casualties For the second day thcie \\ere no casualties among the hunteis and no charges of violations Mr Phebus said manv of the hunters fail to complv \sith the law. which forbids hunting aftei sundown Guns should be unloaded at sun- dov,n. he explained, and for the- remamdei of the season arrests will be made for violation of this law He said seveial have been uarned the pa.t t\vo days but no further uaimngs w i l l be iss led The sun will officially set at 4 47 p m. today the t,ame as yestciday The time vanes little from day to daj at this seaton of the yuai WEIZMANN GRAVUxY ILL TEL AVIV. Isiacl Dee 4 /Pi-The condition of Riavelv ill Chaim Weirmann, 77-\eai old Piebident of Israel w oisened tonight New Lightweight Armor To Be Tried By Troops ON THE WESTERN FRONT. 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