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A young dairy­man near Roesville has been named Out­stand­ing Young Farmer in Queen Anne’s County by the County Jaycees. This is the first year the civic group has con­ducted the project in con­junc­tion with the na­tional Jaycee or­ga­ni­za­tion.

Wil­liam J. Kim­bles IV, 22, who is a past pres­i­dent of the Queen Anne’s Hol­stein As­so­ci­a­tion, and now serv­ing as a di­rec­tor, was pre­sented a cer­tifi­cate by Jaycee Pres­i­dent David Clark and will now com­pete for the state ti­tle at a meet­ing to be held Jan. 28 in the In­dian Spring Coun­try Club at Kens­ing­ton.

Be­sides his own dairy herd of 20 Hol­steins, Wil­liam op­er­ates sev­eral other farms, along with other dairy herds, with his fther and un­cle in the area.

••• The Town Com­mis­sion­ers of Sudlersvile have been no­ti­fied by Rep­re­sen­ta­tive Rogers Mor­ton that a Fed­eral Wa­ter Pol­lu­tion Con­trol grant of $26,100 has been ap­proved.

The money will be used as part of costs of con­struct­ing a $270,000 waste sta­bi­liza­tion la­goon with out­fall sewer con­nec­tions and a pump out sta­tion.

Rep. Mor­ton, when alerted of the grant, per­son­ally tele­phones Le­muel H. Ben­ton, pres­i­dent of the Sudlersville Town Com­mis­sion­ers, to re­lay the news.

… To­tal cost of the en­tire project has been es­ti­mated at $650,000 by engi­neers.

••• The 1967 ses­sion of the Mary­land Gen­eral As­sem­bly is into its sec­ond week and has seen the in­tro­duc­tion of sev­eral bills of lo­cal in­ter­est in­clud­ing two deal­ing with Queen Anne’s County in­tro­duced by Del­e­gate Carter M. Hick­man.

House Bill 56, in­tro­duced on Jan. 24, re­quests an ex­pense al­lowance for the State’s At­tor­ney of Queen Anne’s County. A bill pasted last year au­tho­riz­ing a raise for this of­fice, in­ad­ver­tently left out the para­graph deal­ing with the ex­pense al­lowance which ac­tu­ally re­duced the an­nual stipend.

Be­fore last year, the salary for Queen Anne’s County State’s At­tor­ney was $2,400 with a spe­cial fund al­lowance of $2,000 for mak­ing in­ves­ti­ga­tions

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