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January 10, 1952

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eaths irry W. Moll I Harry W. Doll, a nativ* of Vred- [iek. died suddeny at his home Baltimore, January 3, a$«d 80 ars. He wa$ a son of the late G. seph and Anne Wisong Doll of ^ederick. Surviving arc his widow. Nellie Whisner Doll; one Pother, Roger A. Doll; a niece, Mrs. livin H. Crawford and nephew, jrank A. Doll. I Funeral services were held Janu- fy 7, at the W. J. Tickner funeral !me, Baltimore. Burial in Druid lidge cemetery, Baltimore. : unerals I The funeral of Mrs. Grace E. jirdner, of Emmitsburg, was held |g morning with Requiem Mass nine o'clock in St. Joseph's latholic church, Emmitsburg. Rev. V J. O'Brien, C, M.. assistant pas- tr, was the celebrant. Pal! bearers fere Hoy Bellinger, Charles Bush, Harold Davis, Charles Fuss, louis Rosensteel and Louis Stoner. Jiterment in St. Josephs's cemetery. I. O. Fuss and Son, funeral direc- prs- | Funeral services for Mrs. Thelma Harrison, who died Sunday, fcre held Wednesday morning at o'clock, from the funeral home, I East Patrick street. Rev. Dr. W. r.-Garrett, pastor of the Evangeli- al Lutheran church, was trie of- |ciating clergyman. Services were largely attended nd numerous floral pieces were Iresented. Casket bearers were Saul W. McAuliffe, Theodore Sem- Ir. Howard Tyeryar. Richard ftull, George May and Francis liller. Interment was made in Olivet cemetery. C. E. Cline [nd Son, funeral directros. Funeral services were held at 2 I'clock Wednesday afternoon in pine Grove Chapel, Mt. Airy, for Irs. Bessie N. Moss, Mt. Olive, vho died Monday. Rev. C. O. Cun- Ungham officiated and Mrs. Marion kunkles. Jr., sang "Lead Kindly [.ight," accompanied at the organ Mrs. Norman Etzler. Pallbear- Irs were: Ferris and Milton Penn, Pulton Greene. Harvey Tabler, fcrrett Holmes and Walter Spur- Per. Interment was in Pine Grove lemetery. lirector. C. M. Waltz, funeral ^ersonals Miss Kathleen Reeder, 505 Fair- lew avenue, and her uncle, Mr. k. L*. Remsberg, of Knoxville. left Local M«Rtk*»s lo«4wiH VnfA Or* Ponti»c St. Sedan Coup* ' Radio and Heater 1948 Pontiac 4-door Hyd.. Radio and Heater 1041 Buick 4-door Sedan, Badio and Heater. RENN PONTIAC CO. 526 North Market St. Phone 976 Community Concert Aaon, A general meeting of the members will be held in the Y. M. C. A. auditorium, Tuesday January 15, 7:30 p. m. to discuss programs for coming year. Local Mentions . M«n'» White Shirt. Sizes 15-15V-3-16 only While they lost $2,00 KEMP'S--MEN'S STORE On Sale Save Up to 50% Limited Quantities. Special Values $6.00 Helena Rubinstein $3.50 Hormone Cream and $2.50 Hormone oil both $3.50 Lotion fussy Wind and Weather 50c $1,00 Revlon's Aquamarine Hand Lotion CLAUDE SMITH of 803 Motter avenue, Frederick, has been elected to the Potomac Edison System Em- ployes' Beneficial A s s o c i a t i o n Board of Directors, it was announced here by R. L. Smith, PE district' manager. Claude Smith is an assistant engineer in the Frederick PE line department. He took office January 1. He was elected by balloting conducted throughout the Frederick and Taneytown districts of the utility company. As an association board member, Smith will supervise sickness and death benefit payments to employes of this area. Producers And Cahners Have Productive Record BALTIMORE Jan. 10--Producers and canners of Maryand's important food crops of 1951 chr' .ed pork Chop? Come Enjoy A Full Coitrae Dinner J In Frederick's Most Beautiful Dining Room 500 West Patrick St. Sea Food--Turkey Chicken or Steak Adults $2.00 Children $1.00 Private Rooms For Luncheons--Dinners or Banquets and Aquamarine Both $1.00 mist Plenty of Parking Space Phone 1959-2 2328-W Open H a. m. to 11:30 p. m. We don't recommend our food ffiust ask anyone who has dined with us. Live Maine Lobsters at All Times Public Invited to play that old farnilar game at the Eagle Home every Friday night. The following prizes are available. Hams, Groceries, deep fryers. Toasters, Card Tables. Cooking utensils and numerous other prizes, Game Time 8:15 p. m. COMMITTEE For Home Dressed Meats SKULL'S There is a Difference Pork Sausage Pork Pudding up one of the most productive rsc- ords in the state's 102-year canning history. The value of the vegetables and fruit pack turned out by the state's 200 canneries is estimated at approximately S89.000.000. compared with about $70.000.000 in 1950, according to preliminary figures prepared by Dr. Paul E. Nystrom, head of the Department of Agricultural Economics and Marketing, University of Maryland. "The greater value of the Free State's 1951 pack was due in large part to a substantial gain in the size of the combined pack of Maryland's six major canning vegetables-tomatoes, sweet corn, snap beans, green peas, lima beans and spinach," Dr. Nystrom explained. "First unofficial data indicates a 1951 pack 'esterday to spend several weeks \ o f about 16.000.000 cases of these lit Fort Lauderdale. Florida. 3r. and Mrs. Leonard H. Golom- fk announce the birth of a daugh- |er, Linda Diane, Tuesday. Jan. in Washington D. C. Linda Di- jme is the granddaughter of Mr. (md Mrs. A. I. Ellin, of this city. Mr. Herbert Goldberg, former partner and active manager of the mperial Theater, Brunswick, during the past fifteen months, is leaving Brunswick for California with ris wife and small son. Jeff, and |hey will make their future home i the West. "Pvt. Robert L. Draper has returned to Fort Knox, Ky., after (spending a 7-day furlough here /ith his wiie and parents, Mr. and Irs Edgar E. Draper. 420 West Patrick street. His address is US 52132317, Co. A., 367 Armored In- |fanlry Bn., 3rd Armored Div., Fort ^nox. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Engle, 24 ast Third street, on Sunday returned from Coral Gables. Fla., "here they spent two weeks with lr». Russell Beck, Mrs. Engle's mother. Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Biggs. 117 Pennsylvania avenue, announce Jhe birth of a son. Robert Nelson, an Saturday at the Frederick Me- norial Hospital. Mrs. Biggs, is the vegetables, compared with slightly over 15.000,000 cases the year before." The big 1951 pack made it possible for Maryland to help meet the increasing demand for canned foods by the armed forces, as well as by the civilian population, explained L. M. Goodwin, Maryland district representative of American Can Company, supplier of metal containers. He reported that of the total pack, approximately 2.275.000 cases--or 55.000,000 cans--were earmarked exclusively for military ' consumption. Despite shortages of tin and other strategic materials, Maryland's can- making industry was able to meet the container requirements of the state's vital perishable food canning, said Mr. Goodwin, ·whose company for many years has pioneered in tin conservation developments. [former Faye Grimes. daJjhter of dr. and Mrs. Herbert (Srimes, 3ucke;-stown. imong The Sick Frank "Hammy" Gill, of Frederick, who had been a patient in Frederick Memorial Hospital, has been removed to Emergency Hospital. He was injured some time ago w' -,-, he was struck by an au- |tomob.,e. Mr. John E. Crum was removed rErom his home at Woodsboro to Frederick Memorial (Hospital Wed- |nesday afternoon in a critical con- .ion. Transfer was made in the 7.C. Barton ambulance. The condition of Mrs. Frank iHouse 416 Sherman avenue was (reported slightly better following her return to Frederick Memorial lospital Tuesday for treatment of la heart ailment. She is still con|fined to an oxygen tent. Mr. Preston Long, 121 East Eighth street, who was remove^ to |the Frederick Memorial Hospital turday, is reported slowly im- coving. Pon Haus . 41c 39c 65c 25c $5.00. Dorothy Gray's CelloRen Hormone Cream . $2.50 29c Wildroot Crearn Oil Hair Tonic 2 Bottles 39c $3.50 Genuine Cedar chests with Stationery--Closed out , . 98c $1.10 Houbigant Quelques Fleur Hand lotion and 85c Talcum Both $1.10 ALLEN'S Cor. Market and Second Sts. Frederick Homes Insulauni Co. SEE R. J. KESTER 316 JB, Third St. Frederick, Md. Phone 532-J For Eagle-Picher Insulation January Sale! Mohawk Sheets 72 x 108 81 x 99 (Reg. 3.79) $2.98 KEMP'S--THIRD FLOOR Rib Steaks 85c Ground Beef 69c Guaranteed Tender Steaks Sirloin Stesk 95c Round Steak 95c Smoked Shoulders 43c Smoked Bologna 69c C. J. Shull and Son Phone 49 313 E. Pat St. Real Estate For Sale Fine farm of 83 acres located on main highway 3 miles from Frederick, priced to sell. Poss. April 1, 1952. For Apointments Call R. L. KELLY. 2399 Rep. E. R. Bowlus, Broker Wise Car Buyers Know they get the best in Used cars from Weil Brothers. See These' Valuei 1949 DeSoto, Cl. Cpe. 1949 DeSoto 4 Dr. Sedan. 1919 Chevrolet 2 Dr. Sedan 1949 Pontiac 2 Dr. Sedan 1949 Studebaker 4 Dr. Sedan 1948 Plymouth 4 Dr. Sedan. 1948 Plymouth 4 Dr. Sedan 1942 Chevrolet 4 Dr. Sedan 1941 DeSoto 2 Dr. Sedan 1941 Pontiac 4 Dr. Sedan 1937 Ford 2 Dr. Sedan Ask about our health and unam- plyment insurance plan. Low D o w n Payment, Low "Notice Beginning Monday, January 7th., and continuing until further notice, the opening hours of the V. F. W. Club, west of Frederick, will be as follows: Daily--4:00 p. m. until midnight. Saturdays and Sundays--11:00 a. m. until midnight. Clearance! Lot Girls Cotton Dresses (Values S3.98) $1.98 Sizes 3 to 6x 7 to 14 KEMP'S--THIRD FLOOR Local Mentions J. Frank Muln And Son Wallpiiper, Puperlinn^lng PHONE 1538-R OR 41-J Turn In Your Junx For Highest Cusli Prices Call 9(56 Frederick SCLAR'S RELIABLE J U N K CO Corner East 5th Enst St. We Buy Iron--Rags--Bags;--Bnttenos Auto Radiators--Copper--Lead* A l u m i n u m We Sell Used Pipe--Angle Iron--Radiators Phone 966 For Pickup Service Or Bring In Your Salvage Salvage Iron--Metals--Rags And Bags Furnaces--Used Plumbing --Greases-Boilers--Machinery--Hides All J u n k In Any Quantity Pick Up Service Building Steel--Pipe And Terra Cotta For Sale FREDERICK JUNK CO. Frank Gastley Sons Phone 383 Bill Anaerson PAPER-HANGING 1 W. 7th St ' Phone 2056--J Venetian Bllnfls With Plastic Tape Look Better Lust Longer See Our Samples Get Free Estimate No Obligation CALL V. B. SERVICE Fred. 2092 Local Mentions Wulton LfMRUr Club House Thursday 8:30 to 1« Music By Woody Krec's Mornory Trio Saturday Nile 8:30 io 12 Music By the Swiiigstcrfi MEMBERS AND GUESTS ONLY Route 240 IMuy Your Favorite Game AT THE 1. O. O. F. TEMPLE Thursday N i g h t -- Gumr Time 8:00 Card of Thanks The New*, Frederick, Md., Thursday, January 1» 19BJ SITUATIONS WANTED BXPKRIENCKD DA1HYMAN WANTS Job orwnttiMtf xmull dairy. Can f u r n i s h rolrtvnre* Write 213 Highland Avr . Kockvllle. Md. ' l-f»MC A N D FOUND LOST PA IK OF CHILD'S GLASSES In blue I'iiKo, reward. Phone Mrs l.ttwrewe K r n n k l l n . Uuckpyittnwn 4U87. 1-BdUf IS 1 U USURIES We wish to t h a n k our friends, c; ROW Y O U R OWN K R U I neighbors nnd relatives for the | picic tine ot Fruit Trocs. Nut Trees, many kinclm'ssw; shown duritiK the illness and death of Hubert LookiiiRbill, THE FAMILY January Sale! Famous Kooltoain Pillows 80 sq. Sanforized Percale Covers Refi. $6 95 now $5.{»5 RPR. S7.»5 now $6.95 ReR. $8.95 now $7.95 KEMP'S--THIRD FLOOR Break Your Glasses? Save the pieces. Lenses can be duplicated from broken pieces. Two to four hours. Eyes Examined--Glasses Fitted Complete Eyeglass Service MAAS OPTICIANS 242-A N. Market St. Phone 1951 Berry Plants, Grnpe Vim-i. nnd Ornn- mcntnl Plant M n t e r i n l ofH-rcd by Vir- Kinm's litrKMt grower*. Write for free cony 5B-p«ge I ' l n n i i i i x c;ui(tc In color. Salespeople wanted. W.ivnesboro Nur- tiiM-uN W«.vne»boro. V l r u i n i n . HELP WANTED Now Buylnp "Raw Furs" ONE OF THE COUNTRY'S BIGGEST food manufacturers can use n few capable salesmen with these qimlifk'.i- . ions' Age between 23 and 39, high ^.chool education or better, (arm background. pivletrod but not i-ssenlial, at lejist Z year suit", exporlonei'. must In- Muskrat Raccoon Skunk Mink Weasel Opossum Receiving at Chapel Street Warehouse only. FREDERICK JUNK COMPANY Frank Gastley and Sons w i l l i n g to travel. forinntlon on . C.ive complete In- education, buck- Paperhanglns: DONALD A. REESER Phone Fred. 1798-W 4 January Sale! Cameo Rayon Faille Drapes Ruffles--90 inch length (Reg. $10.»8) $7.98 Wine. Green, Red, Rose. Natural KEMP'S--THIRD FLOOR Coat and "Legging Sets Boy's and Girl's 25% off. Group of Pram Suits and Snow Suits, 25% off. All Wool Skirts 25% off. Group of Hoods and Hals $1.00. Group of Slippers $1.00. Group of Slippers $1.98 Special Group of Peaches and Cream Dresses, up to $6.98, now ?3.98. Mostly 7 to 14 sixes. Special group at S2.98. KAROL'S KIDDIE SHOP 139 N. Market St. Repair Of Antique Interiors Reproduction--Gold Leafing Special Design Lamps and Handmade Shades. Decorator .Items. Decorating and Refinishing of An- Court Maryland To Initiate 15 Jan. 27 Approximately fifteen candidates will be initiated into Court Maryland of the Catholic Daughters of America, the Grand Regent, Mrs. Florence Little, announced at the regular monthly meeting Tuesday evening in the Pine Room of Hotel Frederick. Initiation will take Soroptimist Club Dinner-Meet Held Members of the Soroptimist Club held their semi-monthly dinner meeting Wednesday night at the Hotel Frederick. With the president, Mrs. Grace H. Spurrier, presiding, the January business ses- ;n was conducted. n behalf of the club Mrs. Spurrier presented a gift to Miss Evelyn Hutson, resigned assistant home demonstration agent for Frederick county. Miss Hutson. who is a charter member of the club, will leave soon to become home demonstration agent for Allegany county. place Sunday afternoon, January 27, at 2.30. It was voted to make a donation to the McKenzie family whose home burned on Christmas Eve. A check i? also being sent for the Pope's relief program for children in need. "Thank-you notes" from several priests who received checks at Christmas were read. The refresh ent committee for this meeting was Miss Irene Caton. Mrs. Barbara Koontz. Mrs. Imogene Perkinson and Mrs. Elizabeth Long. Next meeting will be February 12, Monthly Payments, Low Finance I tique Furniture--No Cabinet- Charges. WEIL BROTHERS, INC. 331 North Market Street Frederick, Maryland Just Received--Shipment of Army rubber and cloth arctics. Navy and Tanker Jackets MILLER'S--33 S. Market St work). Phone Day Fred. 623, Even- I ing 2058-W. Will Discuss your prob- 1 lem and Furnish Estimates. (Please make day calls after 3.00 p. m.). Attention Moose Members The regular quarterly meeting will be held in Uni.on Bridge, Friday night, January 11, at 8:15 p. m. Historical Society of Frederick County J«nuary 15, 1952; 8:15 p. m. Speakers: Miss Julia Etchison of Frederick, Maryland » Powell Harrison, Esq. of Leesburg, Virginia Notice Harvey C. Butler, Jr. and Sons are no longer associated with The Sunoco Service Station at Sixth and Market Sts. Thanking all for past patronage. Will contact all customers at a later date. HARVEY C. BUTLER, JR. Poolesville Couple Married Fifty Years Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Fisher, oj Poolesville, observed their 50th wedding anniversary, Jan. 6. They were given an "open house" by their children. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fritz, Poolesville: Mr. and Mrs. Car] Fisher. Poolesville; Mr. and Mrs Howell Lovell. New Windsor, in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hovvell invited from 2 to 5 p. r.,. to a buffet invited from 2 to 5 p. m. to a buffett supper including a large four tier anniversary cake. The centerpiece was a bowl of mixed large jonquils and small yellow mums with fern. Other decorations were carried out to fit the occasion. Lovely and useful gifts were received. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fritz, of Poolesville, also entertained a large number of friends at an "open house" December 30. Am vets Auxiliary Installed Officers for 1952 were installed Monday evening by Frederick Am- vets Auxiliary Post No. 2 at its January meeting. Vernon Cassell of Frederick, State Amvets Commander, installed 'the following: Pauline Gosnell, president; Mildred Cassell, senior vice president; Florence Hamilton, junior vice president; Doris Alban, secretary; Anna K. ongle, treasurer; tty Young, par" smentarian; Pat- Brown, chapla.n; Helen Warren- f«ltz, liaison officer; Eleanor Smith, historian; Carolina Tout, lergeant MIX SOCIETY MEETS The Maryland' 1 Society of New York held its annual Christmas party and get-to-gether dinner at the Town Hall Club, New York City, with John M a r s h a l l Butler, junior TJ. S. Senator from Maryland as the guest speaker. There are four meetings of the Society held each year with a noted speaker scheduled for each. The March meeting is usually a social affair and a dinner dance is being arranged for March 22, to be held at the Statler Hotel in New York. The annu_al election meeting and dinner will "take place on May 19 at the Advertising Club, Park Avenue and 35th street, New York. Dr. Harry C. Byrd, president of the University of Maryland will be the guest of honor. Local Mentions Barn Dance--Barn Dance Bernie's Arena in Frederick EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT Your Best Bet For Dancing Notice I am associated with the Liberty Gab Company. Tekuhfirt? 30B« MBLVFN fofiNTCS* BARB* Junior Ladies Auxiliary Banquet Wednesday, Jan. 23rd--6:30 p. m. HOTEL FREDERICK Price $1.00 All 1951 dues and banquet money j must be paid by January 19th. Notice The Liberty Cab PHONE 2050 Is Now Owned And Operated By G. L. (Kayo] Ramsburg Phone Boys On Duty To Answer Calls. Prompt, Courteous Taxi Service. The Diamond Cab, Phone 910, is also under the same management. Apples Popular Varieties--Finest Quality CATOCTIN MT. ORCHARD Thurmont, Md. Phone 3087 We Sell-Wc Design-We Install Bar--Restaurant Lunch Room Equipment Complete Line-Prompt Delivery H. A. WEISS SON 522 Frederick St. Hacerstown Phone 3049 January Sale! Morgan Jones Hobnail Spreads White and Pastels (Reg. $7.98) $6.98 Full and Twin Sues KEMP'S--THIRD FLOOR FOR SALE FOR SALE--2 BATTERY BROODERS, 50 capacity, start to finish, like new and one good coal brooder. Phone 1796-J-l. l-10c)3t* FOR SALE--NEW WARREN MEAT case. 4 ft. used 3 months. Original cost $980. Sell for $750 cash. Also Davton computing counter scales. Accurate and modern. $00. Phone Braddock 2771. FOR SALE--1948 BROCKWAY TRAC- tor and 1948 Fruehauf single axle- trailer. Phone 5051 B r u n s w i r k F. B. Keyfauycr. ]-10d3f _ FOR SALE--LGE. COAL, AND WOOD heatrola, $25, like new. Flnt Top d^k, $12.!50. kerosene healore., $2 each, cider press, like new, $5, c h i l d - ren television chairs, $3 cnch. 1 wheat cradle $35, oil drum and onk b.irrcls, $2 each, round front china rabmets. close out $20 each, k i t c h e n chulrs. $3 each s h u f f l e board. Very Rood, $35. marble top walnut sideboard, $35. nn- tique corner cupboards. $50 SulM- van's. in old Pearl Bargain House. 2 miles cast on Routr 40. 3-10d3t Closed Until Further Notice HOWARD AND LUCILLE Ha'rerressers Dancing Every Wednesday Night To The Music of "Woody Free's" Trio HAWAIIAN NITS CLUB Route 340--Knoxvilie, Md. NOTICES Clearance Sale Of All Fall and Winter Hats % Price And Under WACHTER AND HILDEBRAND 8Wt West Patrick Street Notice The Sunoco station at 6th and Market streets now under new management. We would appreciate your business. COINS SUNOCO STATION For Sale GLADE VALLEY BEAUTY SHOP Walkersville--Phone? 3381 It's A Pleasure To Shop this New, Convenient way At Allen's Self-Service Come in and Brouse Around Courteous Service If You Want it Or you can serve yourself. Try It Today ALLEN'S Cor. Market Second Sts. Notice The meeting for nomination of officers, Independent Hose Co, Friday. January llth, 7:30 p. m. RUSSELL HAHN, Secretary EXECUTORS' NOTICE This is to give notice that the subscribers have obtained from the Orphans' Court of Frederick County, in Maryland, letters Testamentary on the estate of WILLIAM S. HARGETT late of Frederick County, Maryland, deceased. All persons having claims against the deceased are warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, legally authenticated, to the subscribers, on or before the 3rd day of August. 1952 next; they may otherwise by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. Those indebted to the deceased are desired to make immediate payment. Given under our hands this 2nd day of January. 1952. RICHARD S HARGETT CLAUDE HARGETT Executors True Copy--Test: HARRY D. RADCLTFF Register of Wills for Frederick County. Md. dJan. 3. 10. 17, 24, 31 EXECUTORS' NOTICE This is to give notice that the subscribers have obtained from the Orphans' Court of Frederick County, in Maryland, letters Testamentary on the estate of HARVEY J. FLANIGAN late of Frederick County. Maryland, deceased. All persons having claims against the deceased are warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, legally authenticated, to -the subscribers, on or before the 4th day of August. 1952 next; they may otherwise by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. Those indebted to the deceased are desired to make immediate payment. Given under our bands this 2nd day of January, 1952. HOLDEN S. FELTON MARIE F. LOCHNER Executors Holden S. Felton, Attorney True Copy--Test: HARRY D. RADCLIFF Register of Wills for Frederick County, Md. dJan. 3. 10. 17. 24, 31 January Sale! Men's Boxer Shorts Sizes 30 to 40 (Reg. $1.00 values) 79c KEMP'S--MEN'S STORE Notice Annual Banquet Junior Fire Co. No. 2 Monday, January 14th 6:30 p. m. Admission 1951 membership card CHARLES E. TROXELL, Secretary January Clearance! 89c Paper Drapes now 49c $3.98 Hooked Rugs now $2.98 $9.98 Cotton Print Quilts $7.98 $9.98 Taffeta Comforts $7.93 $2.98 Cottage Curtains $1.98 $8.98 Denim Bedspreads $5.98 $7.98 Denim Bedspreads $4.98 $10.98 Rayon Faille Drape* ...$7.98 94.M Cats Paw Curtains . . .|3.M KBMFS--THIRD FLOO* NOTICE CITY PLANNING This is to give public notice that the Frederick City Planning Commission will hold a public hearing at 7:00 p. m.. Friday. January llth,, 1952, ! third floor, City Hall Building, for the ' purpose of considering approval of | preliminary re-subdivision plat for the r development of that property owned by George B. Kehne lying on the south side of West Patrick Street opposite Frederick High School. The property is bounded on the north by West Patrick Street, on the east by property of the J. A. Kidwiler estate, on the south by property of Miss Marilyn Himcs and on the west by the William Flautt subdivision. Preliminary plat showing the proposed re-subdivision is on file in the City Engineer's Office and may be viewed at any time during regular business hours All objectors to the propose*! plan of re-subdivision should present their objections at the public hearing as provided by City Ordinance. This tract was originally subdivided June 28, 11)47, Planning Commission Case No. MODERN HOME FOR SALE--TWO bedrooms, large living room, d i n i n g room, modern kitchen, l a u n d r y room, bath, hardwood floors. All rooms newly decorated. Lot 50x1 DO. Apply ground. sales experience, etc , in your llrst l e t t e r or application w i l l not be considered. Salary and coivunis.slon. Box 8, North End Station, Detroit. _ _ ___ __ _ d J a n . II. 10 WANTEi) - - " M A H C H i. MARRIED ninn for farm and tlniry. Near Frederick. Good wages. Write Frederick News- Post BoxJ»2_._ l-10d3l* HELP"" "WANTED-- MARRIED "MAN for dairy nnd general farm work by April 1st Rel'ercncc-1. Chester Young, Rt. 4.Kre.denek _ APPRENTICE WANTED -- " EXCKL- lont opportunity for young girl interested j n learning the b e a u t y pro- fesMon. Write box 1110, Frederick Nj^wv-Pobt^ _ _ l - 1 0 d t r HELP" WANTED-- WE" "HAVE AN opening for an ambitious man over age 21 who can qualify. Liberal guarantee and commissions. 1.1 weeks on the job ( m i n i n g Frederick territory. Phone 452-M for a p p o i n t m e n t . The Baltimore Life Insurance Company, 1 W. Church St . Frederick. Md. Jan 10. I I . 12.JM. 25. 2fi; Feb. 7, 8. ! _ BEAUTICIAN "WA~NTED -- "EXPEFl- lenced; permanent position, anlary and commission. Write Box IOOU Frederick News-Post 1-IOcltf HELP WANTED"-- SINGLE MAN FOR dairy farm work. Hooin. board. good pay. James Moore, Mgr. Glenbrook Farm. Derwood, Md Gaithersburg, 304-W-4. 1-10(131 WANTED--SINGLE MAN OR BOY for f a r m work. Live In. Phone Mt. Ajry 241-W-K_ l-l)dOI HELP WANTED "-- DRIVER-SAT.KS- mnn for milk route. Applv Excelsior Snnitiiry Dairy 'l-Od.'il HELP "WANTED--MAN" FOR DAIRY for HO-eow burn. Permanent. No Inrin house, xchool bus. woi k. Gooo" Write M. F. Hnppersctt. Mgr,. Uppcr- vilU- Va 1-9*131 HELP WANTED--SINGLE " OR DOlf- ble jicedlc operators. No experience necessary Phone Walkersvlllo 2(01, JVANTEL^ WANTED -- BAB1KS TO BOARD. Phono 470-W-h _ l - I O d 3 l * WANTED-- HORSES. "HIGHEST CASH price-. Cull New Mnrkct 2037 a f t e r 5 p. m. J-!)d3f WANTED-- 2 BEDROOM UNFURN- ishcd home or apartment by nnval officer, w i f e arid 2.. year old daughter. Phone l i n i extension 445. _ l-!kl2f WANTED-- f 6" KENT. "WASHINGTON typo dairy farm located In Montgomery Co. Phone Giilthersburg 7114- W-I t " !t * " _ _ WANTED-- i-o" BUY "SMALL FARM. 15-HO acres. Write giving f u l l details to Frederick News-Post Uox 704 l-Hd3r \VANTBD -- WASHING "TO DO AT home. Plume Rir.-J 1-JM31 WANTED TO RK^T--HOUSE. ISAAC King, 327JCnst Church SI U8d«t* WANT'fo'BUY D I A M O N D , if CARATS 01 imiro. Mounted or u n m o u n t e d . W r i t e News_PpM. Ho_\ 407. l-.'idlf WANTKD-OLD GOLD. COLD GLASS frames (told t e o l h , w a t c h cases, ring-,, etc. Highest easli prices paid. La ml Is Jewelry Store. 2.1 South Miir- lie.l 8^ ,, . _ . _ 1-idtf WANTED--TO " RENT "OR SHARK farm w i t h or w i t h o u t slock, have help to operate 40 cow funn. nhout 200 acres J. Stelljes. R. D. I, Allentown. N. J l-2dfit* JPEOPLES FINANCE CO, Could You Wi*"" 3 ?' J50.00 -- $150.00 --. 9*56.00 ' ov more In each to help meet the expenses which u»- uolly arl*"! at thin time of year? If so. we cordially invite you to accept thin Invitation to call on ws, for the money you need PEOPLES FINANCE CO. U North Court St. fA Home Small Loan Co.l ^ M U R R A Y C. jBOHN 20 A. more or 'lees, 9 rm. frame house, electric water xystem, no water in house. Ground bhwi will stable 10 cattle. All necessary outbuildings in fair repair. Metal roofing. 6 A. pasture with iitrcam. Lots of good fruit and berries. Nr. state road. Price «!· $8,500 for quick sale. MURRAY C BOHW Phone--Union Bridge, Md »718 R. D. No. 2 Johnsvilla Represented by A L. Knowlcs. 518 Elm St.. Fred/ . Phono Frederick A. LUTHJBJRjtNOWLES fi-rm. frnme house, modern. In thriving villnse 10 min. drive from Frederick. Large lot. Garage. $8,40') 130 A. 7 rm. brick house, modern, for 26 cows. Price $25,500. . . , . 6 acres. 10 room brick house, nic« lawn and shrubbery, barn and other outbuilding*, edcr or village, $12.000. 7 rm. mod. block house. IK. lot 4 mi. oi'-.. $10,000. 5 vm. mod. block hung, on hard road, 5 ml, north. $B,400. Good country store with living quarters, equipment. Located on Imp hiway, $13,000, Other Listings A. LUTHER KNOWLES 51* Elm. St.. Frederick. Md. Phone 1592-W RcprescnihiR _ Murrnv C Bnhn. Broker FOR RENT -- N E A R FHKDER1CK, t h r i v i n g general inerohnndlse business. w i t h Class A Off Knit- license Excellent proposition. Write Box B I O c, o Frederick News-Post. ___ _ __ 1-10. 12. 1,'id TOR RENT -FURNISHED BEDROOM I B Woit Church St. l-!d(tf KOIf RENT--HOUSE NKAR KEDER- ick. Write Frederick Newfl-Poit Box 001 __ _ 1-9(131" FOR KENT -- -" SMALL FURNISHED house in Rraddock Heigh In, $70. Cull Rrmldock Htlf;hli SrHIl n f t c r 3 p. rn. _ l-1d2t FOR RENT--APT. "V ROOMS" A~ND bath. N e w l y remodeled and iloc- ornled. C e n t r a l l y loctiled $95.00 month. Apply 117 W. Pnlrlck St _______ __ 1 -Od.lt TOR" RENT--HOUSE, .1 HOOMS ANt) bntli. locnted npproxlmalety 10 milt"! from Ficdeilck on Buckrystovn ronri. Apply John H. Ilnlnps. Damnsctin. Md. I'hone :i!41 a l t e r (I p in 1-ltcirU" F5K"RENTlT|30~ACRE IJA1RY FARM". cash r c n l n l defired. 2t)-.Nl«ll cow Mii'rt, s m a l l hoii.sc and b u r n n v n l l - nlJle A p r i l 1. W r i t e K, D. Nichols .'N07 Woodley lon, I). C., or (J. H. MERCER SONS 5 room partly modern brick dwelling. Center SI. Immediate Poss. $5,200. fi room piirtty modern dwelling, W. 4th Street. Immed. Poss, 6 room brick dwelling, hard wood floors, oil hent. concrete basement Immod. "oss. Western Section. $14.000. 0 room modern brick dwelling on ;«. 7th. St. $7.HOO. 7 room modern dwelllnu, hot water large lot. East of Fred- hrat. erick, $10.000. GRAYSON H. MERCER SONS Henl Estate--Loans--Insurance Pythinn Cnstle Bldg.. Phone 537 Salesmen E Paul Mngnha. Phone J780-W John L. Ponton, Phone 2658 RALPH W. BOTER Road, N\Y. WashlriK- phone KIIHTSOP. finn?' ' Robert Terry jiirmenl Co., Inr i-ndtr 14 E. 9t,h St i-ind:if FOR SALE--50 (i-MONTHS OLD NEW Hampshire pullets. Make offer. Phone Buckeyslown 4288. l-9d(!t FOR SALE--PUREBRED AYRSHIRE bulls. All nges. Also turkeys, mus- Phone Muldletown 120- co\'y ducks. W-l. FOR SALE--FURNITURE. MUST SELL at once. Private party. 1 year old. In excellent condition. Shown a n y t i m e Apiiiy 27 E. Third street, second floor front. l-!ld4t FOR SALE--24 INCH AMERICAN planer. Also oak. poplar lumber sawed to order. Phone Takoms Park, Shepherd 2135 a f t e r 10 p m or inquire Robcrson Bros. GaraRc, Dickcr- son. T. E. Mclcalfc. l-Ud3f FOR SALE --" POLLED HEREFORD steers, 500 Ib average. Joseph C. HELP WANTED--WAITRESS. SOUTH- ern R e s t a u r a n t . l-!id!2t THREE HOURS A DAY If you are a bookkeeper n r e t a i l clerk, t r u c k driver, carpenter, b r l r k mason or Inborer, if you arc f i n d i n g it hard lo make both ends meet nnd s t i l l provide security for your family: if you nre a permanent resident of this area, own a car. have a good r e p u t a t i o n , and are w i l l i n g to lenrn a new business. I have some valuable I n f o r m a t i o n for you. 1 w i . l Rive you an o p p o r t u n i t y to match y o u r present income w i t h o u t i n t e r f e r i n g wllh your regular employment--and t h i s on a basis of only 3 or 4 hours daily. For f u r t h e r i n l o r i n n t i o n address your reply to Mr. S m i t h , P. O. Box 148, Hagcrstown. Md. l-fid.'it Hemp. Walkcrsville. l-9d3t FOR SALE -- 1951 FORD VICTORIA. Low mileage, excellent condition. Call Frederick 1721. ______ l-!)d3t FOR SALE -- GRADE HAMPSHIRE boar, 1 year old. Also lot of nice shoats. Harry S. Derr, Jefferson Road. _ _______ ____ _ FOR SALE -- MODERN G ROOM house, 108 McMurry St.. also building lot Upper College Terrace. W. L. Burger. phone 2480-J. " ----- l-.Odfif FOR SALE--BLACK AND WHITE porcelain round tub Maytag washer, oil burning heatrola. and kitchen cabinet. Apply Mrs. Helen Lindsay, Mt. Airy. 267-J-4. '~ ]-9d2f FOR SALE--SANDING MACHINE. Apply 111 West 5th St. l-8dfif FOR SALE--TWO 300 LB. BUTCHER- ing hogs. T. B. Dorsett near Beallsville. l-8d3t FOR SALE -- ONE BC--604 INTER- phone amplifier, new, will sell for $5.00 Cost $100. 412 Military Road. l-8d5t" FOR SALE AIRCO ACETYLENE welding outfit with tank cart. Craf t.s- man electric welder welding range 20-200 amps. \i h. p. 3450 motor and flexible cable Emory wheel with ',2 h. p. 3450 motor. Phone Frederick 796-J. l-8d3t* FOR SALE -- 1946 %-TON FORD pick-up. New rubber. $600. Brengle Trailer Court, rear Camp Dctrick. Osborne Decker. l-8d3t* ROLL-A-WAY BEDS WITH MAT- tresses $17.50. innerspring mat- iresses $20.00, box springs $20.00, fancy pillows 98c, brass lamps $5.00 and studio couches $49 00. Hoffmann Upholsterers. 611 N Market St. l-8d6t HELP WANTED--GOOD GENERAL f a r m e r w i t h considerable experience in raising and h a n d l i n g hogs. Near Gaithcrsburg. Good house. Job available now or fan wait 30-liO days for right man Mun with high school age- boy and .small f a m i l y preferred but not required. Address Box DOB c/o Frederick Nc w SjPost_____ 1-9dfil HELP" WANTED--GOOD* HOME FOR l i g h t w e i g h t housekeeper. Permanent position. Excellent salary, live in, 2 school boys, one n d i i l t . Please write agp. Weight, dependents, -lc., 4fiOO Pennington A v e , Baltimore. 26, Md __ l-9d3P WANTED -- "EXPERIENCED "GASO- line tank Installer and repairman to work through gasoline d i s t r i b u t o r and also do mechanical work on about 300 oil burners. Can make very f i n e living. Write Frederick New.s-Po.ft FOR RENT --. IN WALKEUSVILLE. Furnishfd a p n r l m r n l lit Hour f o u r rooms and b n t h . electric stove and r e f r i g e r a t o r , nil burner. Phone Wnlk- ersvllle 2327. l-Rrl3l FOR RENT--FUR""NISHET) BF.DHOOM _APP'.V BJEnst Church St __ FOTI TiENT.--FUHNl.SHED ROOM" _ _ FOR RENT--3 "HOOM" FURNlSllED a p a r t m e n t , gas. electric and heat fiirnlsbi-d. A p p l y Charles H Clarke T h u i m o n t , Md. Phone T h u r m n n l 4i41 FOR RENT- 200 ACRE D A I R Y FARM Frederick county. High production. Washington permit Located short distance from Frederick on hard road W r i t e Box .108 Frederick News-Post. _______ _ ______ l-7d4P FOR RENT-- MODERNIZED COlTON- Inl t o w n hc-.iso. Nicely furnished or . imfurrmhrd. Oil electric dish- . washer. n i i t n m n t l c laundry, n l t n c h e d Knrage. Inrgc l a w n and flowpr garden. A lovely home. I m m e d i a t e possession. Call Notl S. teller, realtor ___ __ _ - ___ __ l - 7 d l f FOR RENT-'FURNISHE'D BEDROOM 500 Trail Avenue. Phonn 221 (3-R. _ _ _ _ _ _ ^ _ _ _ 1 - _ FOR RENT -- LARGE DAYLIGHT room, over 1.250 square feel, sult- afi\f omces. club, etc. is Norlh Cour! Applv Gllmore R Flautt, Jr., or Philip Wcrlhrimer. 12-4ritf 8 room frnme house, in acre*, small barn nnd outbuildings. Water and elcc in house. Stream. Near Lander. $5,800. ·7 room frnme house. 1 »cre. In Monrovia, $ft,800. 6 room brick cape cod bungalow, bath, oil hent. New. Grant St., $13,1)50. 7 room dwelling, bath, 3 car garage, oil hent, deep freer.cr. Wilon avc. Immediate poss. Price $17,500--with two lots facing on Rosemont Ave., $22.000. fl room home, oil heat, olhcr bides.. 3'i acres land. nr. Myerville. 3 apt. house, each with bath. Live and rent. Downtown $15.500. B room brick semi-detached dwelling. Bath, steam hent. stoker Apt, on 3rd floor. Elm Street, $13,500. 2 lots, Fnirvlew Ave. RALPH W. BOYER AGENCY No. 1 N. Court St.. Xcle, 22U -- 2433-J Insurance Real Estat« Salesmen Wm C Hnnn - Tf\« 1771 KEEPER M. KOOGLE P. B. ROOP Box 703. l-8d3t HELP WANTED--WHITE, FEMALE. age 21-35 Hours B to 4 dally. Good salary. Must furnish local reference. Phone 2013. L-8d3t HELP WANTED--DAIRYMAN FOR 40 cow barn. ,$200 month. Call Poolesville 32ttR. I -8d3t HELP WANTED--GIRL FOR DINING room position. Hours and wages attractive. ~ - . Post 705. Write Frederick News- I-8d3t HELP WANTED--FARMER TO WORK w i t h Angus cattle and Hampshire sheep on a modern well equipped grass farm. This is an excellent opportunity for the right man. He should be interested in livestock as well »t j,ble to operate and care for equipment. House available with regular privileges Apply Valley View Farms, Bill Miller, manager. Garrett Road. White Hall, Baltimore county, Maryland. l-8dl8t. WANTED -- EXPERIENCED TRACTOR- trailer driver. Steady year around job. Short haul, home, every night Straight salary. For interview write* stating experience, age. Address and phone. Frederick News-Post Box 701 Our employes know of this adv FOR SALE---6 FT. SODA FOUNTAIN with carbonator, $400.00. Hot Point grill, Hot Point fryer. 5 booths. 6 bar s t o o l s , miscellaneous luncheonette equipment. Derr's Maple Ave.. Walk- ersvflle. l-8dfit* FOR SALE--1946 MACK TRACTOR. Apply J. D. Hicks. Woodbine. Maryland, Route 1 or call Sykesville 314-J- 11. l-8d3f FOR SALE--WHITE ENAMEL WOOD and coal cooking range. Large chunk heater, like new. E. C. Ricketts. Copper Mine Road, near Johnsville. 1 ^d3t* _ FOR SALE--ANTIQUE 4 POSTER mahogany bed, a n t i q u e mahogany bureau, mahogany wardrobe, and antique mantel clock. P S. Lansdale. 35 E. Church. l-5d6t 'FOR SALE--1948 WINDSOR CHRYS- Jer, 4 dr., fully equipped with overdrive, $1.195. Owner going in Navy. Calvin Pearl. Lander. Md. I-5d7t FOR SALE--ONE McCORMTCK DEER- ing 6 ft. combine No. R2. Very good condition. Hassan's Farm. Phone Gaithersburg 90. l-4dfit BALED HAY FOR SALE--APPLY S. C. Fogle. New Midway, Md. Phone Walkcrsville 3164. 12-22dtf 14. FREDERICK CITY PLANNING COMMISSION 6. HUNTBR BOWWWI Chairman 27. J*n. *. M SAT I-: OR REPAIRED--SEWING .'.·.sohines. all makes. Treadles. *Q 95 up, portable*, $1«.9." up, rebuilt SITIK- er portables, $29.50; rebuilt Singer consoles, $S9.95. All guaranteed. Frederick Sewing Machine Sales and Service, 20 E. Patrick St. Phone 1137-W. 12-5d26t FOR SALE -- REPAIRED GENERA- tors, starters, fuel pumps. Blair'*. ors, W. , South St Phen« 1546-M. ____ ____ __ HELP WANTED-- RELIABLE "GIRL or woman, white or colored for housework in modern home near Frederick Must like children. Live in. Beautiful room. Congenial surround- ngs. Good salary. Frederick (507-W-3 _ l-7dfit HELP WANTED--RELIABLE SOBER, man for general farm work on well equipped beef cattle farm near Poolesville. Top wages, house, usual allowances, no milking. References required. Write Box 708 c/o Frederick News-Post. l-7d6t HELP WANTED SEVERAL OPEN- ings for reliable young men to 27 years of age interested in steady factory work with good future. Day or night work available. Prefer men within radius 8 to 10 miles of Thurmont. Apply at Moore Business Forms. I n c . '''hurmont or phone Thurmont 5191. l-4d7t HELP WANTED--CAPABLE WOMEN. Earn money by servicing an Avon territory. Hours at your convenience. Write 17 E. Lincoln Ave., Hagerslown. New 5 room frnme bungalow In M o u n l n i n d a l e , Has modern b n t h . all hnrdwoori floors, oemcntrri basement, elpctric water system, front nnd side porch. Garage Lot 100x200. Reduced to Sit,BOO. 1 ncro, large house and country store combined in « Carroll County village. 8 rooms nnd Inrgc store room. All modern conveniences. Reduced to $10,000. P. B. ROOP SON New Windsor 4061 Frederick 2325-M 7-room frame dwelling with all modern conveniences, nice lawn and shrubbery. Western section. 6-room new frame ranch type dwelling. strictly modern. Western section. 7-roorn new brick semi-bungalow with all modern conveniences. Western section. All are new listings with linmedlat* possession. Must be inspected to be appreciated. Other listings. Many choice building lots. For particulars contact HOWARD A. GROSS, Realtor 9 Court St. Phone 977 Member Real Estate Board of Frederick. Inc. R. L. ZENTZ JUST THE HOME FOR YOU Single brick home K rooms, modern. ' 3 block to N. Market St., 2 apts., large lot, $n,000. New ulnfilf brick Capr Cod home. S rooms, modern, oil heat. Lovely location $13,500. Snow white concrete block single home. Built In tile bath, oil heat, copper piping, 7 larRe rooms, large lot, 100x170 ft. West 7th St. extd.. possession at once. New brick rambler. 5 large rooms, built in tile bath, oil heat- garaga. Grant Place. Bid*, lots Apple Ave., CSrant Pine*. Yftur Real Estate Broker KEEPER M. KOOGLE 1500 West 7tih St. At Grant Placs Phone fi5 RUSSELL Z. HORMAN EQUIPPED FARM BARGAIN Along macadam road, just off, but in full view of main Balto.-Hanover Hwy. h a n d y to Manchester. 130-acres, 105 good cropland, 8 ac. woodlot, bal. spring-stream pasture fl-rm. house w/elec. and piped spring water, large bank barn w/spnng water, blk. dairy, outbldg? , etc. If taken at once owner throws in 20 good dairy cows, 5 heifers, bull, 2-tractors, "New Holland" baler, new corn picker, elevator, all farm mach'y, milk g machine, all dairy equipment, many small tools too numerous to mention, dandy 1948 T,j- ton Chev truck, all growing and bar- rested crops, etc.. etc. For the biggest bargain in your l i f e sec at once--R. L. Zentr. STROUT REALTY, Taneytown, Md. Phone 4471. NOAH E. CRAMER SON Md. l-3d8f HLP WANTED--WAITRESS. APPLY 325 N. Market St. 12-22dtf WANTED--WHITE DAIRYMAN TO milk nnd care for 20 cow herd. Room and board, salary $25 per week. Baltimore market. Phor.c Sykesville 314- J-l. 12-12cHf WANTED--YOUNG MAN 21 TO 30 for office and outside work, leading to administrative position with good f u t u r e for proper party. Commercial high school or equivalent preferred, typing required. This Frederick in- riustry offers good starting -lamry and periodic increases. Also paid vacations, retirement plan, group life, accident, health, hospital and surgical coverage paid for by employer. If you are interested apply in person to Maryland State Employment Service, Winchester Hull. Frerlerlrk. Md., or anply in band wrltim? irivinf ref«r- tneM *· JKT*wi-Port Box 2512. 1 l-MAtt REAL ESTATE FOR SALE Garage building 40x50 located on Stnte Highway in village. Excellent business location for garage, repair shop, or other business. Vacant at present, owner will give Immediate poss. Price $3,000. 9 room modern brick single residence on East Church SI. 2 baths, oil hent. Adaptable for apartments. FOR RENT B room modern brick dwelling, recently renovated and modernized throughout. 4 bedrooms and two baths. Located in county with two acres of land. Available In January. Hent $75.00 per month. NOAH E. CRAMER SON Realtors 114 North Court St. Frederick. Md. COMMERCIAL PRINTING NEWS OFFICX 2 ncres. 6 room house, insul., garage nnd chicken house, $4,500. 1 acre, 7 room, all modern home, garage and repair shop, 100'x65', $15,000. 4'i acres. 9 room, all modern home, is being used as two apts. 3 car garage, stable, chicken houses, shop and etc.. $13,500. 5 room, part modern bungalow, extra lot. $9,500. 14 acres, 8 room house with water and elect., bank barn and other buildings. $5.750. 51 acreK with * 10-room all modern palatial home, with all necessary farm buildings. 104 acres, 7 room house, with water and elec.. bank barn, silo, wagon *hed. chicken house, etc.. $15,000. 115 acres. 10 acres woodland and timber, 5 acres peach orchard, 3 acres raspberries, 9 room brick housa with water and elect., bank barn, wash house, hog pen, etc., $10,000. 224 acres, 50 acres meadow -with creek. 20 acres woodland. S room house and bath. 5 room tenant house. 2 car garage, wagon shed, bank barn. 90'x4.V. 12'x40 - silo with 30 cow tie* in barn, an excellent dairy farm. $40.000. Lots for sale. Many other listings, RUSSELL Z. HORMAN Phone Buckeystown, Md. 40S1 Rpp .Toha JL Beall 'Brakeri EMMERT R. BOWLUS NEW VEAR FARM SPECIALS 110 A.. Middletown Valley, Bait, Mkt.. 15 stanchions, excellent buildings and 10 R. frame house with modern conveniences. 164 A.. Middletown Valley. Wash, type 20 stanchion barn, 100 foot bank barn. silo, other outbuildings. 7 R. trame house, Spring poss. $16.000.00. HOMES New modern 2 bedroom home. Will be ready for occupancy this month, Large L. R., bath, kitchen, hot air heat hot water heater, attached car poH with storage space $9,950.00. Single 6 R. frame home, mod'ern conv., city, $8,500.00. Excellent 9 room modern stons home with one acre, hardwood floors, good heating system, 4 private bedrooms, garages, poss. st once. Priced to sell quick, $16,000.00. Single, modern 7 R. frame house, in small town 6 miles from Fred. Early poss. $9,000.00. Excellent fi R., bath, oil heal, cement basement, 2 car garage, located ntar downtown $16,000.00. EMMERT R, BOWLUS. REALTOR 100 West Church Street PhoiM Ml Frederick, Maryland R. L. Kelly 2399 H. L. Alexander. Buckey* ». 9, furnsworth 2415-W INEWSPAPERif NEWSPAPER!