The News from Frederick, Maryland on December 6, 1951 · Page 6
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December 6, 1951

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 6

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Thf New*. Frederick. Md.. Thursday. December t, 40 Deer Shot On Wednesday Bv The Associated Prow . Only 4O deer were reported killed in the 10 Maryland counties open to hunting Wednesday. Mor* rain and heavier fog were largely responsible in keeping the total kill to a minimum There were no reports from Garrett, Kent and Cecil counties for the dav This brings the total registered kill to 680 since opening day Monday. Not included are at least six illegal kills, live of which were reported in Frederick County. Garrett, the westernmost county is far ahead of the field with 304 bagged in the first two days. Allegany has produced 140 over the three days--adding 22 yesterday --while neightiorshg Washington has reported 76 at its checking stations at Hancock and Clear Spring, including eight yesterday. Frederick's six yesterday made a total of 53 On the lower Eastern Shore, only figures yesterday gave Worcester two more for a three-day total of 80. Six have been killed in Dorchester, three in Somerset and one in Wicormco Ten additional Cecil hunters got 10 and Kent, five. The biggest kill reported yesterday was registered by J L , Troxell of Cumberland, who brought down a 12-pomt. 185- pounder tn Polish Mountain Robert W Mathias of Silver Spring, shot a 145-pounder with eight points on Town Hill, and F E Fisher of Rockville. got one yuith nine points weighing 119 pounds on Keifer Mountain, in Al- lecany County Charles Armstrong of Rawlings, whose brother, James got a 185- pound deer the first day. came in with one weighing 155 pounds and 10 points yesterday to stay almost in step Another father-and-son tpam got into the act. Louis E, Smith and his son. James, each got » buck yesterday. Dad killed . an eight- point 125-pounder and Jim bagged one with six points weighing 115 pounds. Both were killed in the Green Ridge State Forest. 15.733 In Wi-st Virginia i CHARLESTON. W Va.. Dec. 5. (jp)--Unofficial Conservation Commission figures show-ed today that at least 15.733 deer were killed in West Virginia Monday and Tuesday, the first two days of the annual three-day open season At the same time, only one fatality had been reported among the teas of thousands of hunters. Several sportsmen had been wounded, and a 24-year-old Charleston man was lost for almost 24 hours in Tucker County's woods. ycrtlow Ilifbt ttnyt on «niy two and · half seconds b«for« th« red light comes on, and stated both the red and yellow signal* appeal nmultaneously for several stconds. MagifU'atc H. Reese Shoemakei, Jr. upheld the testimony of the city police sergeant and found Wheeler guilty. He imposed the minimum fine of $1 and co.stK M-aa f o i i r i t p « t nv James D. Carroll, Cooksville. operating a vehicle for h i f without a c h a u f f e u r s licence, S10. and Charles F. Sautor, Catonwillp. im- ptopci pav-inR $50, and exceeding "fa, $25 The an csts weie niado* by Tiooppf Jumps H. Rou?ee, Jr. I I,KASKJ and Mrs ,J \V Massor havp Says Both Signals Ought Not Come On Together An electrical engineer now living in Frederick who said he was interested in traffic control and was given a ticket for going through a red light suggested following a heann^ ui Peoples Court this morning thai the red and yellow lights in 3 traffic signal should not come on together. Sgt A Noiman Dietz charged Edwin Frederick Wheeler, of 307 Rockwell Terrace, with passing a red light at the intersection of Fifth and Market streets on November 21. ^Wheeler contended the Buy The Best BICYCLES Schminn--all modrls WHIZZER MOTORS SMALL DEPOSIT WILL HOLD I'N'TIL XMAS BRADLEY T. HALLEY, Jr. Pel ersville Road, Brunswick, Md. th« restaurant at M«es*r'« Motel and Restaurant, located 0*1 new Route 40 across from the Brad* dock Drive-in Theater, to James E Sheworidge, of Washington Grove, former sales manager for the Briggs Company, of Washington. 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