The News from Frederick, Maryland on May 29, 1970 · Page 23
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Frederick, Maryland
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Friday, May 29, 1970
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Judge Samuel Barrick To Receive Fellowship Judge Samuel W. Barrich has received a fellowship to attend the National College of state Trial Judges for a month - long session in July, 1970. The National College is permanently established on the University of Nevada Campus at Reno. Founded in 1957, the original concept was to form a college "of Judges, for Judges and by Judges." This concept is as true today as it was in the beginning. The faculty, which is taken from the ranks of the judiciary, is composed of nationally prominent persons in related fields which are of ever - increasing importance to the trial judges. The college objectives are ". . . . to gather, study, and disseminate information to state trial judges throughout the United States, with respect to the problems of organization, trial, and Judge Samuel W. Barrick disposition of judicial business (Photo by Delaine Hobbs Studio) within the trial courts; to pre- ' sent and conduct programs with respect to such matters of regional, state, and other meetings of the Bar and other Associations; to foster and promote judicial organizations within the various states: to cooperate with law schools and to maintain facilities for dissemination of information to individual judges." Judge Barrick stated, "I am extremely pleased : to have tills opportunity for a broad exchange of ideas with other judges who sit on our nation's general jurisdiction courts. Judges from Maryland who have attended this course have praised it highly. In order to keep up to date, the study of law must be a continuing experience. Although this will take considerable time and effort I am sure it will be very helpful in improving my ability as a trial judge." (Continued From Page One) ten^entincreweontheproperty Tax Rate rate. PCTA president Reese Foffen- barger stated that the meeting was requested to seek clarification on a list of priorities for funding the Board of Education budget drawn up at the Wednesday mass meeting of the teach- major items discussed ers. Two were class size and materials of instruction. Gene Leyh, negotiator for FCTA, commented that the teachers seem to be caught in the middle and that clarification of these issues by both boards was needed. Class size, listed as top priority by teachers, was discussed in reference to the number of aids and teaching positions to maintain the status Kindergarten (Continued From Page One) to 20 children, parents are urged to register their children as soon as possible. Application blanks may be obtained by calling Mrs. Margaret T. Young at 663-6024. Information may also be obtained by calling the church office. Mrs. Carol Ann Crowe, teacher, will be in charge of the kindergarten class this fall. The children will meet in the Schaeffer Center on East Second Street, from ,9 to 11:30 on Tuesday, ,__.,. Wednesday and Thursday, for WOHUU1 an eight-monthperiod.Mrs.Rub- _ ,, ^^ T j ert Knowles will teach the young- |Q (jU.H WOUHd er children. Both women will be aided by volunteer assistants. Two Injured In Wreck At Emmitsburg Construction of the overpass for Maryland 97 over U.S. 15 at Emmitsburg was too late in starting for Dolly C. Laukerd of Arlington, Va., and Joseph D. Healey of Elizabeth, N.J. At 9 a.m. today, an automobile driven northbound on U.S. 15 by Hannah Mae Davis of Arlington, proceeded through a traffic signal, State Police said, and struck an automobile operated by John Charles McCauley of Elizabeth, knocking that vehicle into an automobile driven by Nila Mclrrtyre of Greenstone, Pa, The McCauley and Mclntyre cars were eastbound on Mary- .land 97. Mrs. Laukerd was apas- 'senger in the Davis car. Healey was a passenger in the McCauley car. They were taken by Emmitsburg VFW Ambulance to Annie Warner Hospital in Gettysburg, Pa. Mrs. Mclntyre who was on her way to the dentist, said: "Something should have been done about this intersection long ago." Healey and McCauley are seniors at Mt St Mary's College and are scheduled to receive their diplomas Sunday. Mrs. Crowe is a graduate of Frosfturg State College, with a degree in early childhood education. She taught for three years at Parkway Elementary School and has worked with the Head Start Program in Frederick. In addition, she has done graduate work in advanced methods of teaching. Mrs. Knowles is a graduate of Mary Baldwin College, where she majored in biology and took a number of courses leading to a secondary education certificate. She has had extensive experience with children, including working with a Day Care Center program in Charlotte, N.C. The Schaeffer Center, where the classes will be held, recently underwent complete renovation to prepare it as a center for education anu ; Trice. In February, when the church began its nursery school program, the Rev. Francis Rein* berger explained, "With the growing population of Frederick and the importance of beginning the process of Christian growth at an early age, we (the church) believe that it becomes the responsibility of the church to assist parents in the early education of their children." The program will begin in September. A 40-year-old woman died Thursday afternoon from a self- inflicted bullet wound in the side, according to State Police. Mrs. Shirley Mae Seldal, of Dr. Perry Road was taken to the Frederick Memorial Hospital following the shooting that occurred at her home. A hospital required quo. Assording to the Board of Education, 27 current aide positions were not funded by the commissioners and restoration of these positions would require the addition of $91,732. Dr. Carnochan stated that the commissioners have to date included funding for 16.5 aides not counting 27.8 aides funded through the federal program. Commissioner Wallace Button PTAs told the commissioners that parents in the county strongly favor funding for increased teaching personnel. Mutton suggested that the only realistic determination of new teaching positions needed is to show class size by taking an average for each department in 1 every county school rather than working from over-all averages. Leyh pointed out that in this year's budget only 75 per cent! of the money funded for materials of instruction has been distributed to the schools by the Board of Education. This was number two priority set by the teachers. Commissioner Mutton stated that this area in the fiscal 1971 budget has been totally funded for programs next year. Dr. Carnochan explained that the 25 per cent of the funds being withheld in current budget have not been used because of the possibility that revenues have been overestimated and that this expenditure would result in a deficit at the end of the year. Both Boards agreed to dis- pointed out that the Board of Education budget rent fiscal year cuss at a later date the proposal that the commissioners authorize spending up the full appropriation in this area even if it means a deficit. Other priority listed at the for the cur- meeting yesterday were discuss- includes 779 ed and the commissioners prom- on. SALE REGISTER teaching positions of which 22 ised to consider all of the areas positions were funded for use efore taking final budgetary ac- is 44 equivalent aide positions. En the budget request this year the board lists 792 teachers currently employed, not including the 22 positions funded as equivalent aides. Commissioner Charles Collins pointed out that the total figure Tor instructional salaries represents a substantial increase over last year's figure. Leyh commented thatthe teachers of Frederick County are not interested in maintaining status quo but want the requested 31 additional teaching positions funded. City Tax {Continued From Page One) cent tax rate will be necessary. Mayor Magaha said the board's proposed budget "was not in accord with his, but I will make every effort to insure ths well- being and welfare of the people of Frederick City." Mayor Magaha noted that neither budget provided a salary increase. The entire $41,501 difference between the mayor's budget and the aldermen's budget came from a reduction in the general fund. A public hearing will be hek on June 11, the next scheduler meeting of the Mayor and Board of Aldermen, to determine whether this budget will be accepted by the city. spokesman on arrival. said she was dead An investigation by Cpl. Carl Harbaugh disclosed she had apparently taken an overdose of pills and when her husband attempted to awaken her she shot herself in the side. The shooting occurred at 2:30 p.m. The police investigation is continuing with an autopsy to be performed at Baltimore City Morgue. FOUR YOUTHS ARRESTED ON ALCOHOL CHARGES Four juveniles were arrested last night by police and charged with being a minor in possession of alcohol. Charged were Margaret Jane Vallandingham, 15, of Carroll Parkway; Charles N. Smith, 19, of McMurray Street; Pam J. Mills, 15, North Market Street and Peter N. Packer, 20, of Washington Street. Memorial (Continued From Page One) A feht or forget it, but each success brings us a step closer to a full realization of what began nearly 200 years ago Phone Co. Lists Calls By Kennedy BOSTON (AP) - Nearly 1 hours passed after the acciden fatal to Mary Jo Kopechne las summer, telephone companj records show, before the firs call charged to Sen. Edward M, Kennedy's was made from Mar made from Martha's Vineyard Island. The call was made from Vineyard Haven, several miles away from Edgartown, at least hour after Kennedy appeared the police station in Edgartown to report that the accident h taken place some time after 1 the previous night. The call was made to th house of Jacqueline Kenned Onassis in the Kennedy compound at Hyannis Port. There i no record of who placed th call, nor of who answered it. was placed at 10:56 a.m. an lasted 23 minutes and 54 sec onds. These details were made public Thursday by the Suffolk Superior Court, along with the ESTATE AUCTION The undersigned will Mil «n premtee* of the late Edna A. Rockwell, deceased, located at 7 Weit Seventh St.. in Frederick. Md.. on SAT., JUNE 6,1970 AT 11:00 A.M. Persoul property a» follows: Zenith console T.V. stereo, very good; 3 pc. sectional sofa, good; 7 pc. Provincial mahgy. dining room suite, very good; kneehole desk chair, 3 platform rockers. Seth Thomas chime clock, andirons fire-screen. 8 pc. walnut bedroom suite, complete; 7 pc. walnut bedroom suite, box spring ft mattress, Maytag square tub wringer washer, metal wardrobe, bookshelf, books, lamp stands ft lamps, coffee table, sin. appliances, hassock, throw rugs, pictures, bric-a-brac etched beveled edged mirror, cushions, magazine rack. 9 * 12. 8 x 10 rugs, silver plated (for 8) flatware. 2 vacuum cleaners, record rack, jewelry boxes, set dishes, other dishes, 5 pc. chrome breakfast set. radio, base cabinet, gossip beach, hall mirror, clocks, ironing board, suitcases, chest, dresser set, night stand, bed clothing, linens, porch glider, metal porch chairs, hand ft garden tools, step ladder, hose, smoke stand. Ironstone coffee pot. carnival bowl. misc. antique, trunks, etc. NOTE: Majority of these items are very good. TERMS: Cash, not responsible for accidents. PAUL ROCKWELL Personal Representative. AMOS HOLTER. Attorney JOHN L. PONTON, Auctioneer THOMAS BENNETT, Clerk THE NEWS, Frederick, Maryland Friday. May 29. lf» Page B-7 Today our genius and resources have . created equipment of almost unbelievable sophistication vwTwelffing beyond most of the world's belief. Today it is well to remember that dedication to simple challenges of "Duty, Honor Country" can Inspire men to deeds beyond their normal Sth^SdSuraS; This is the spiritwhichprotects the dream, and this is the dream for which men will face fire. So as we prepare to leave this ground where sleep the brave, remember that the price of freedom will never be cheap. Our presence here emphasizes that the purchase price is often life itself. However, if we praise our children with the high ideals, dedication and determination of those patriots who have gone before us, we cannot fail. H we firmly demonstrate to all who threaten freedom that we will pay the price, we increase the probability thatthe lives of Americans in the future will not be lost as they have been in the H the world's aggressors are given pause by our steadfast refusal to compromise on freedom, these heroes we honor today may sleep peacefully, knowing they have not died in vain. record of four calls made July 18, before the accident, and 11 others made July 19, after the call to Hyannis Port. The telephone company records were among 33 exhibits in the Edgartown inquest last January into the death of Miss Ko- pechne, a former secretary for Kennedy's late brother Robert. MAY ·Urban* Lions Club. Hyattstmm Car nival OrouiKh. Sal* at * a.m. Improvements in Brunswick, Md. Located at th* Court House door, Fred crick/ Md. Sale at 11 A.M. ·Ernest R. Eccard. Located at the Fire Hall. Myersville, Md. Sale a 10 a. m. 30--Mrt. Charles Burdette. Located along Burdette Road, between cedar Grove and Clarksburg, Montgomery Co Md. Sale at 10:3* A.M. 30--Mr. E. W. Barton, Owner. Antique and Household Sale at the Howan Co. Fairgrounds on Rt. 40 at Wes Friendship, Md. It-George Nas. Located 5 mi. cast o Gettysburg, Pa., off Rt. 116. nr. Ore Goose inn. Sale at 9 a. m. »--Au*tin Bonn. Antique fun.. Clocks Lamps, China, etc. Located at Auction Room at Johnsville, alon Rt. 75. between Libertytown Unio Bridge, Md. Sale at »:» a. m. l-Mrs. Bernaderte Kaas. Located on R HU between emmitstaurg A Thur mont, nr. St. Anthony's Church. Sal at * p. m. t--Trustee's sal* of valuable Improved Real Estate located in Frederic County, Md. Sale at 1 p. m. 4-Robert H. Reutzahn. Personal Representative of Estate of Mary Eliza bem Muck. Located on the west side of Broad Street, Middletown, M Sale at U Noon. 5-The Eyler Stables. Special Monthi Consignment Sale. Located at Thu mont, Md. sale at 7 p. m. 5-Allen T. HiH. Located at the Howard county Fairgrounds, wett Friendship, Md. Sal* at 7 p. m. j. Hansen. Located bet. Tollgate White Post, va. Sale at 10 a. m. ·-Trustees' Sale of 152 Acre Farm. Located at Gypsy Hill. 1 mi. north of Taytersvili*. Md. sal* at 11 a. m. *-Estat* of Edna Rockwell. 7 W. 7th. St.. Frederick, Md. Sale at 11 a. m. «--Robert F. Little, Personal Representative. Th* Estate of th* late Mary Valerie Kraemer. Located at itt South Seton Avenue, Enwnitsburg. Md. Sale at 1* a. m. «--Estate of Robert R. Hewitt. Real Estate and Antiques. Located at Taylor Avenue. North Tilghman, Talbot County. Md. Sale at 11 a.m. «--M. Elaine Childs, Admrx. c.t.a.. Estat* of Geo. M. savag*. Located in Frostburg. Md. Sal* ct 10:30 A.M. i--Emily Grace Gray * Grayson Gray. Located along HkMley's Mill Rd., 4 mi. no. of Laytonsville. Montgomery Co.. Md. Sale at 10:30 a. m. 11-Frederick Production Credit Association. Located on the farm of Oscar W. Meier located along the Ridge Road, Vfi miles northwest of Clarksburg, Md. Sale at 4:30 p. m. U-Mrt. Emma W. Shelton. Located along Rt. 75, 1% mi. «o. of Liber tytown, Md. Sal* at 11 a. m. 13--A. Cecil Pool*. Executor. Located at Lisbon, Md. sale at 10 a. m. 13-Austin Ward. Located along Black's Mill Rd., Vi mi. So. of Creagerstown, Md. Sale at l a. m. 13--R. P. (Dick) Brown. Located 1 mi. east of Barnesville, Md. sale at 11:30 A.M. 13--Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Barber. Fine collection of period Antiques, Silver and China. Located at 201 Willis Street, Westminster, Md. sale at 10:30 AM. 13-Mrs. Emma Shelton. Located iVi mi. south of Libertytown, along Rt. 75. Sale at 11 a. m. 17-Murray H. Font, Personal Representative. Estate of Nannie C. Klipp. Located near Gambrill Park. Frederick Co., Md. Sale at 10:M A.M. 1»--Th* effects of the late Clarence U. Jackson. Located 2Vt mi. no. of Union Bridge along the Middieburg Rd. Sale at 10 a. m. ir--Mrs. Clarence Jackson. Located Middieburg Rd. at Mt. Union Church, Carroll Co., Md. Sale at 10 A.M. 20-Mrs. George P. Woodfield. Located in WoodfieM. Md., along Rt. 124. Sal* at 10 a.m. 20--Oscar F. Stang. Located in Oawson- ville on Rt. 21 bet. Darnestown ft Podesville, Md. Sale at 10 A.M. 27--Rev. R. B. Pegram. Located along Old Annapolis Rd., 2 mi. west ef Wtodvillc Rd., Mt. Airy Md. JULY 11--Leonard Haines. First farm on the right along Haines Rd., near Mt. Prospect Church, Mt. Airy. Md. PUBLIC SALE PERSONAL PROPERTY (ANTIQUE MODERN) We will sell at auction on premises where we reside along Hipstey's Mill Road, off Route 108, 4 miles north of Laytonsville and 1 6 mites east of Damascus, near Etchlson, Montgomery County, Md., on SATURDAY, JUNE 6,1970 At 10:30 A. M. Hand made cherry ext. table, 3 pc. living room suite, old corner cupboard, wardrobe, chest, old trunks, stands, old comb, love seat and couch, pie safe, old blanket chest, coffee table, high chair, rockers, chairs, tables, wood beater, beds, mirrors, picture frames, 12' x 15' rugs, small rugs, phonograph and records, player piano and rolls. Old pattern glass, china and ironstone, wash bowl and pitcher set, old bottles, lot of old cups and saucers, old wooden churn and butter print, handmade Quilts, sterling silver candle holders, stone crocks, 2 sets of dishes, cooking utensils and 100 dress print sacks. Large copper apple butter kettle, butchering kettle, lard press, meat grinder, cream separater with motor, old harness and names, plows, J. D. 16 disc harrow, Me D. 7 ft. binder and many other articles too numerous to mention. TERMS -- Cash with clerk on day of sale. EMILY GRACE GRAY and GRAYSON GRAY ALBERT 8. TABLER, JR., Auctioneer Rocky Ridge, Md. PRANCES ft ERNEST PICKETT, Clerks Lunch On Premises Not responsible for accidents on premises on day of sale. PUBLIC SALE We will sell at public auction at the Howard County Fair Grounds on Rt. No. 40 at West Friendship, Md. (entire household from 3039 Albemarle St., N.W., D. C.), on: SATURDAY, MAY 30,1970 AT 10:30 A. M. ANTIQUES -- Governor Winthrop desk, walnut tables, mahogany bedside tables, Victorian lamp tables, mahogany music cabinet, rocking chairs, cane seat chairs, solid mahogany expansion table, boudoir desk, 2 two-shelf bookcases, chiffonier with mirror, buffet with mirror, wooden linen chest, flat-top walnut desk, wooden chest, chest of drawers, pineapple poster bed, dressers, oak filing cabinet, drop leaf sewing stand, tall fun stand, upright victrola, Bamboo pcs., love seat, Victorian stand, 2 foot stools, child's chair, mahogany desk with drop leaf, flat top oak desk, lot of book cases, Harvard frame for bed, brass bed (been painted) gilt-edge mirror, other mirrors, cane stool, fireplace set, umbrella stand, trunks, 2 wash boards, shoeshine kit, hush bottom rocker, jars, Jugs, crock, pressed glass, patterned glass, colored glass, Heisey glass, carnival china pc., ironstone pcs., lemouge, ipon, etc. HOUSEHOLD -- Refrigerator, Thoro washing machine, Westinghouse ironer, TV set, electric heater, electric fans, 5 metal clothes cabinets, upholstered chairs, sofa-bed, kitchen tables, chairs, cabinets, floor lamps, table lamps, sweepers, vacuum cleaner, laundry table, round oak table with leaves and 6 matching chairs, double beds, folding chairs, maple PCS., aak bureaus, sofas, Christmas decorations, 2 typewriter tables, sewing table on wheels, eteceric oven, Seth Thomas mantel clock, other clocks, Hamilton mixer, meat grinder, percula- tors, hibachi, wool rugs, scatter rugs, oriental rugs, pillows, linens, blankets, towels, doilies, scarves, etc. 2 outdoor grills, 5 step ladders, hand mowers, tires, lawn and garden tools, sprinklers, hose, pictures, frames, pots, pans, dishes, and many articles not mentioned. TERMS: Cash. MR. E. W. BARTON, Owner 4LLEN T. HILL, Auctioneer MRS. H. HOPKINS, Clerk Lunch by Gknwood Lions Club WATER PHONE 663-9384 For Berkeley Springs Bottled Drinking Water And Ginger Ale MUST SELL Property zoned B3 -- joining freeway. G r o w i n g investment. Present income $7,000.00 per year. FOR FURTHtR INFORMATION WRIT! NEWS-POST BOX 1409 FAIRGROUND AUCTION We will sell at public auction, at the Howard County Fairgrounds on Rt. 40 at West Friendship, Md. on: FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 1970 AT 7 P. M. ANTIQUES--Walnut Victorian table, oak drop-leaf table, round top dovetail trunk, Dove-tailed blanket chest, trunk, 29 refinlshed old chain such at plank bottoms, cane seat, upholstered, slat backs, oak straight chairs, several refinlshed rockers, wooden planes, old tools, picture frames, set of brass sleigh bells (31 bells). B ft O Railroad lock, B O railroad lantern, other railroad pcs., 5 gal. milk can, Rayo lamp, 2 Alladin lamps, lamp hates, mantle clocks, night stands, sm. tables, wooden pet., metal pcs.. etc. GUNS--British 303 Army Rifle, 22 Calibre Automatic Rifle, Colt 3M Calibre Automatic. 2 Carnival Glau Compotes, lot tf china net., pressed glass, patterned glass, colored glast, milk ft ironstone pcs., bottles, I crocks w/btae flowers, Jugs, Jars 2 Jim Beam Bottles. 13 ft. Rua-A-Bout Boat w/tt H.P. motor (ready for the water), Riding Garden Tractor w/cultivators, snow blade, etc. TERMS: CASH. SALE MANAGER ft AUCTIONEER: Allen T. Hill, 489-4918 CLERK: Mrt. H. Htpkim Refreshments By Glenwood Lions Club NOTICE TO LICENSEES On and after June 1st, 1970, a penalty of 19% will be added to the cost of Traders, Cigarette, Restaurant and all other licenses necessary for the transaction of business. This penalty was imposed by the General Assembly of Maryland, Act of 1929. OFFICE CLOSED FRIDAY, MAY 29th ELLIS C. WACHTER CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT PUBLIC SALE ESTATE SALE OF REAL ESTATE AND | PERSONAL PROPERTY IN EMMITSBURG, MARYLAND By virtue of the Power and authority contained in the Last WiU and Testament of Mary Valerie Kraemer, late of Frederick County, deceased, the undersigned Personal Representative will offer at public sale on the premises of the late Mary Valerie Kraemer at No. 120 South Seton Avenue, in the town of Emmitsburg, Frederick County, Maryland, on SATURDAY, JUNE 6,1970 at the hour of 10:00 A.M. (D.S.T.) the following, to wit: PERSONAL PROPERTY RCA 23 inch color television, 2 cedar chests, 2 bedroom suites (perfect condition), desk, dining room suite consisting of china closet, sideboard, extension table and 6 chairs, 6 walnut end tables, walnut round table stand, 3 large matching living room lamps, brass table lamp, living room suite, sofa chair, large mirror, several rugs, double sliding door, clothes closet, 3 bedroom matching boudoir lamps. Zenith AM-FM Table Radio, several desk lamps, leather chair, Shetland floor scrubber-polisher, sofabed, 18 inch window exhaust fan, electric desk clocks, mirrors, hassock, Maytag Automatic Washing Machine, Norge Refrigerator, Gas stove, electric appliances, dinette set, 4 cast iron skillets, set of matching dishes, miscellaneous dishes, pots and pans, lawn furniture, miscellaneous pictures and frames, horse and surrey ornament, miscellaneous tools and ornaments. REAL ESTATE Promptly at the hour of 1:00 o'clock P.M. the undersigned will offer on the premises, located as aforesaid, all that lot or parcel of land known as No. 120 South Seton Avenue and fronting thereon 17.5 feet at a depth with even width a distance of 240.0 feet It being the same real estate described and conveyed in a Deed from Frank A. Troxell and wife unto Eugene R. Kraemer and Mary Valerie Kraemer, his wife, dated February 10, 1951 and recorded in Liber 491, folio 20, one of the Land Records of Frederick County, Maryland. The property is improved with a 2!4 story frame asbestos shingled dwelling with metal roof, attic and basement; oil-fired hot water heat, consisting of 3 bedrooms and batb on second floor, living room, dining room, kitchen and enclosed porch on first floor. Hardwood floors, public water and sewer, single concrete block garage. The premises may be inspected prior to the day of sale by appointment. Call the undersigned at 301-447-2088. Evenings and weekends only. TERMS OF SALE: Personal Property: Cash. No property to be moved until settlement has been made with the Clerks. 4% Maryland Sales Tax shall be collected from the purchaser on all taxable items unless Tax Exemption Certificate is exhibited. Real Estate: A deposit of 10% of the bid price will be required of the purchaser or purchasers on the day of sale. State, County and Municipal taxes, water and sewer charges assessed against the said premises will be adjusted as of date of sale. Possession and settlement at the option of the par- chaser or purchasers, but not later than thirty days Irom date of sale. All costs of conveyancing, including transfer and re* cordatton tax, shall be borne by the purchaser or purchasers. Not responsible for accidents. ROBERT F. LITTLE Personal Representative 296 Sou*h Seton Avenue Emmitsburg, Maryland W. JEROME OFFUTT, Attorney 22 West Second Street Frederick, Maryland CHARLES A. POOLE, Auctioneer RICE POOLE, Clerks Luncheon Rights Reserved PUBLIC AUCTION We, the undersigned, will sell at public auction the personal property of the late Wiley P. Johnson on the farm of Oscar W. Weier located along the Ridge Road, 3ii miles Northwest of Clarksburg and / miles Southwest of Hyattstown, Montgomery Co., Md. on THURS. EVENING, JUNE 11, 1970 AT 6:30 P. M. 17 HOLSTEIN HEIFERS 17 17 Holstein 12-15 month old open heifers. All are large and show good dairy character. MACHINERY (Like new) N. H. hayliner 269 PTO baler with PTO bale thrower, 24' mow conveyor, 3 N. H. hay wagons with high sides and drying floors. Case 400 diesel tractcor (rough). Oilver 3x14--3 pt. plow, manure loader for Case trac(or with hydraulic bucket, Int. No. 5-4 bar rubber tired side rake. Cunningham Marquette roto-scythe with hay crusher, off set orchard disc harrow. Wheel Horse riding lawn mower with roto-fller attachment, Craftsman hand rotary mower, power reel mower, DODGE SPORTSMAN VAN WAGON. FREDERICK PRODUCTION CREDIT ASSOCIATION 925 East Street Frederick, Maryland Secured Party Also selling at this sate and at the same time will be A.C. PTO pall type combine with grain tank in excellent condition, N. H. 450--3 pt. counter-balance mower, M. F. 2 row 3 pt. tractor corn planter, A.C. 3 pt. 3x16 trip back plows with cover boards, M. H. 3 pt. disc plow (hardly used). Sale Order: Equipment, heifers. TERMS: CASH on day of sate. Not responsible for accl- dents. 4% Maryland Sales Tax to be collected from Purchaser on all taxable Items unless Tax Exemption Certificate is ex- a hibited to Clerk. · JAMES G. TROUT AUCTION and REALTY, INC. · IS N. Court St. · Frederick. Maryland 682-6231 · MEHRLE N. WACHTER, Clerk J · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · * PUBLIC AUCTION Due to the recent death of my husband, I will sell the following articles on our farm located 2Vi miles North of Union Bridge, 11 miles West of Westminster and 3 miles West of Uniontown, in Carroll County, Maryland on FRIDAY, JUNE 19, 1970 AT 10:00 A. M. 42 DAIRY HEIFERS 42 5 of these heifers are pure bred with papers in order. All the heifers selling are bred to a pure bred Holstein bull out of a 800 Ib. F. dam from the Marlin Hoff herd. 31 of these heifers have been exposed to the bull from November 4, 1969 and will be due in July and August. The other 11 heifers were turned with the bull around the first of April. AH of these heifers are large, well grown and show tremendous dairy character. Many of the heifers selling will be springing or be I heavy with calf. Most all are vaccinated and will be tested 1 for TB within 30 days of the sale. ! FARM MACHINERY I Oliver row crop Model 77 tractor with LPTO, old Oliver I 70 row crop tractor (rough), D.B. 28' all purpose elevator, J. I D. PTO tractor Model N manure spreader, several 2x12" trail' er plows, front mounted cultivators for Oliver tractor, 2 J. D. ! semi-mounted mowers, N. I. hay rake, 3 flat bottom hay I wagons and corn sides, FORD MODEL F250 ONE TON DUAL I WHEEL TRUCK WITH FACTORY STAKE BODY, cultipack- | er, 2 disc harrows, several lever harrows, Int. 2 row corn planter fixed for tractor, old lime sower, old wooden wheel seed drill, J. D. PTO MODEL 14T BALER. CHEVROLET MODEL j 36 FLEETSIDE PICK-UP TRUCK WITH 4 SPEED TRANSI MISSION, riding lawn mower, power roto-tiller, D. B. garden tractor, tractor PTO seeder, old Pontiac car, lot of round locust ' posts, -lot of miscellaneous lumber of various sizes, M. H. ! Clipper PTO combine, small 2 wheel cart, lot of old horse harnesses, LOT OF ANTIQUE FARM MACHINERY OF VARI IOUS HORSE DRAWN TYPES. i TOOLS--Ladders of various sizes, milk cans, Tnt. 8 can I ice box, hand corn sheller. ANTIQUE 2 HORSE WAGON WITH I BED IN EXCELLENT CONDITION, feed carts, old Maytag I washer, some miscellaneous dairy equipment, gear pump 1 jack, kettles with 3 leg stands, lot of poultry equipment, lot I of cast iron hog troughs, some seed wheat, wheelbarrow, wire ! winder, old land roller, many items found in a farm shop in- · eluding hand tools, wrenches, jacks, fence tools, bolts, etc. I ALL HAY, STRAW AND CORN LEFT BY DAY OF SALE I Some Furniture and Household Items I Sale Order: Furniture, shop tools, machinery, feeds, heif- I ers. · TERMS: CASH on day of sale. Not responsible for acci- · dents. 4% Maryland Sales Tax to be collected from Purchaser ! on all taxable items unless Tax Exemption Certificate is ex- i hibited to Clerk. · MRS. CLARENCE JACKSON · Route 1M, · Taneytown, Maryland ! JAMES G. TROUT AUCTION ft REALTY, INC. · IS N. Court St. · Frederick. Maryland 662-6231 · G. TROUT and WM. BAKER. Auctioneers · LEASE and WACHTER, Clerks · Lunch Available *································ t i !

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