The News from Frederick, Maryland on June 30, 1949 · Page 11
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The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 11

Frederick, Maryland
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Thursday, June 30, 1949
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TWO fke New* Frederick. Md- Thursday, June 30. 1949. 15 Eastern Shore Fishermen Are Fined Galesville, June 29 WV- Fifteen Eastern Shore fishermen were fined $100 and costs each here tonight as a result of what authorities termed the "biggest raid on illegal haul seining in state history." Two others were found innocent of the charge of illegal use of haul seines. The fines were levied by Anne Arundel county trial magistrate Hazard. The 17 men were arrested on the night of June 21 in Chesapeake Bay after a mass raid by officials of the Tidewater Fisheries Department David Wallace, chairman of the Tidewater Fisheries Commission. and other authorities said it was the biggest raid of its kind ever staged in Maryland waters. The two crews were picked up off Breezy Point, Calvert county Chief fisheries inspector John W, S. Foster testified the men were using two power boats to each seine pushing and pulling it through the water. Purchase Of Water Works Is Authorized Charleston, W. Va . June 29 The town of Harpers Ferry was authorized by the Public Service Commission today to acquire the property of the Harpers Ferry Water Works, Inc. The town was granted permission to set up a rate scale beginning at S1.25 monthly per 1,000 gallons for the first 2,000 gallons and decreasing to 25 cents per 1,000 for all over 50,000 gallons. The minimum monthly charge will be S250. The town indicated in its petition that the property, which serves Harpers Ferry and Bolivar in Jefferson county, would be purchased for $12.000. and that the municipality would issue $28.000 worth of revenue bonds to pay oil indebtedness and finance improve- j ments. A SHOT IN THE ARM--An unidentified Polish war orphan gets vaccinated against tuberculosis by a field worker of the UN Children's Fund. The international agency is hard at work these days feeding and offering medical care to the world's r 20,000,000 needy children. Cub Pack Party And Picnic On Wednesday Cub Pack No 276. will hold their annual fishing costume and equipment party at Culler Lake, Wednesday. 3 p. m . Dr. Charles E. Broadrup, committee chairman announced yesterday. Prizes will be awarded for the best costume designed for juvenile fisiherman's Wear and for the best home-made pole and tackle which justifies itself by catching fish from the lake Pack cubmaster TS Alan W. Long Families of youths nre invited to attend the games, contests and fishing. Participants will carry their own picnic suppers. OLAN-MILLS-STUDIOS.Inc. "The Nation's Studio" MAKERS OF FINE PHOTOGRAPHS DR. WALTER SNOW OPTOMETRIST Eyes Examined--Glasses Fitted 41 North Market St. Phone 835 Reviews Work Of Rotary Club J. Richard Ramsburg. sang hts official 'swan *ong' as retiring president of Frederick Rotary Club, Wednesday noon; to a postlude of "Happy Birthday to You," sung by fellow members, in honor of the occasion of his 42nd birthday anniversary. The retiring president, irked by "using the Lion's Club gavel to conduct Rotary meetings for the past year." presented the club with its own. suitably engraved mallet. This was turned over to incoming vice-president William 'E. Hardy, in the absence of President Elect Wayne C. Neely significant of the installation of new officers. Thanking the retiring staff of Rotary executives for highly efficient functioning, President Ramsburg summed up the highlights of his administration as. "Participation, largely by appointed key commltteemen. in -- Conservation Field Day, rededication of the Francis Scott Key monument and first-day stamps sale. "Successful promotion of the Community Chert with RoUrtea Ed Hartmann as general chairman: Christmas Seal Sale, Bill Hardy chairman; Mike Brittain being awarded the 'Man of the Year* award; "Entertainment of 4-H Club delegates: sponsorship of a farm inspection trip for the M. S. S. D. students; annual, Rotary families picnic and Ladies Night; attendance at inter-club and inter-city meet- i ings; organization of a Rotary quar- ! tet; presentation of internationally 1 prominent speakers and Instructive I vocational talks; "Soap Box Derby backing; entertainment and recognition of Frederick High School football team; co-sponsorship of the annual interscholastic track and field meet; assistance for nurses in training and Rotarians" gift of a television set to the Frederick Y. M. C. A." Pointing to the roster, the re- tit ing president said, one member of the club, died during the year Eight members resigned. Six new members were Inducted. Membership in the club as of yesterday stands at 09. Mr. Ramsburg then stressed attendance at the service club's meetings and awarded pin-numerals for To give you a FINER CIGARETTE Lucky Strike maintains America's FINEST CIGARETTE LABORATORY Vacations or other expenses Immtdialt, Confidential and Indtvidudlhtd LINCOLN LOAN SERVICE, INC. 108 W. Patrick St. -- Frederick, Md. -- Phone 127C uninterrupted attendance, designating their records in years, to Dr. Ignatius BJorlee and William C. Humm. 29: Charles W. Ross III and George "Junie" S. Rodock, 15; Lewis R. Dertzbaugh, 10. Accepting the gavel for the incoming officers, Vice-President Hardy spoke briefly on "Kotaiy Exemplifies Two Types of Force." He outlined the centrifugal and centripetal influences of club membership. One visiting Rotarian, James Posey, Baltimore; and two guests of members, Kent Nicodeinus, Jr.. and Ernest Alverman, were present. The shortest subway in the world operates in the 760 foot tunnel between the Capitol and the Senate Office Building in Washington, D. C. SPINET-PIANOS PRICES START AT $399 Seven! Good Used Models PIANO TUNING-REPAIRING ALBERT C. PALMER Piano Shop, 4th, N. Mkt. St. Sedan And Truck In Market St. Collision Drivers of both vehicles were charged with violations Wednesday afternoon when a sedan struck a tiuck at the entrance to the Coca Cola plant on North Market street, extended, about 1.45 o'clock. Lieut. Reno Six and Officer Charles Bell charged Francis M. Crutchley, Jr., Ill East Seventh street, driver of the truck, with reckless driving, and William T. Basi. Washington, driver of tin other vehicle, was charged with passing on the right and having expired license. They said Bass attempted to pass the truck on the right as Crutchley was making a right-hand turn into the plant. Damage to the redan was estimated at $150. The truck was reported undamaged. ill Domestic canaries suffer no effects out-of-doors even at SO grees below zero, according t the Encyclopedia Britannica. 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