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TEH Tit* New* Frederick, M4U Wednesday, ?ovemb»r 21, Reflection On State's Team Is Resented ANNAPOLIS, Nov. Governor's call for an investigat ion on how the University of Mary land recruits athletes today top oed off a storm of controversy arising from tae undefeated foot ball team. Governor Theodore R- McKeldii asked the university Board o Hegents In a letter to determine "the propriety of the present system of recruiting athletes, their academic standing, the academic pursuits required of them an the emoluments, if any, they receive beyond tuition." The Governor said like other Marylanders his reaction to the university's undefeated record which earned it the Sugar Bow] bid against Tennessee, has "been one of pride." But, "I would like to have the board determine whether the system (of recruiting) is based ' on deceit, whether it violates the rules of intercollegiate sport and whether it could possibly bring dishonor on the university." The Governor's action came quickly in the wake of New York Judge Saul S. Streifs general denunciation yesterday of commercialism in intercollegiate football and specific reference to the University of Maryland, among others. Prior to the Governor's intervention, resentment to the judge's mention of Maryland swelled throughout the State among university officials, alumni, sports writers and th-; father of a player named b Judge Streit Dr. H. C. Byrd, university president, could not be reached for comment after McKeldin's announcement. But earlier he said Maryland athletes get scholarships the same as at any other big university. The scholarships entitle then, to room, board, books and tution. "If I tound that any of them was getting anything more ne'e be fired in 15 minutes." Dr. Byrd admitted the players also are paid $15 a month a: "laundry money." Alumni Pay BUI ' "The Southern Conference has approved the giving of laundry service, for its equivalent in colleges that do not have laundry service of their own, to athletes on scholarships. The University of Maryland docs not hax'e its own laundry done outside. The money comes from the scholarship fund, provided by the alumni.'' Asked if any change in the Maryland athletic system was contemplated in light of the controversy, Dr. Byrd replied: Plans No Change "Certainly not! Why should we make any change in a system that is working successfully just because of criticism from an obscure fellow in New York. Dr. Byrd and others took particular exception to Judge Streit's remark that 60 of 07 football players come from out of state. Personal To Women WitK Nagging Backache ache, loss of pep and energy, headaches and dizzincus may be due to slowdown of kidney function. Doctors *»· jtood kidney function is x*ery important to good health. When some everyday condition. »uch as stress and ntrnin, causes thin important function to slow down,many folks nuffernnR- cinK backache--feel miserable. Minor bladder irritations due to cold or wronir diet m»y causoKettinKupniffhtoorfreauentpas.iiiRf!!. Don't neglect your kidneys if these conditions bother you. Try Dunn's Pills-a mild diuretic. Used successfully by millions for over BO years. It's amzinp how many time* Doan's cive happy relief from these discomforts--help thcl 5 milesof kidney tubes and filters flush out waste. Get Dona's Pills today! (Advertisement) COTTAGE PARENTS There are openings at the Maryland Training School lor Boys at "Loch Raven for married couples with no dependents to act as Cottage Parents. This is an opportunity to serve vour community in worthwhile employ ment. The Cottace Master position requires High School graduation and three years" experience working with children in a school, children's Institution, social or recreational acencv. Salary S3.300, The Cottage Matron position requires only High School grad- iiiation. Salary S3000. (Additional qualifying experience can be substituted for hifth school-. These positions are under the State Merit Svstem and offer Security of Employment. Liberal Vacation and Sfcfc Leave, and Retirement Benefits, Please contact the Superintendent, Maryland T r a i n i n g School for Boys. Loch Raven--Phone Towson 7222. (References will be re quired) HAS The AD Automatic P.ud For Water Heating FREDERICK GAS CO., be. Tei. 2575 U7 East Patrick S*. - JOIN HOSPITAL AID TODAY' The majority comtt from Pennsy Ivtnia. "Practically all the high schools ia those other states play football," said Dr. Byrd. "Not so many high schools in Maryland do. Eight hundred high schools in Pennsylvania play football." Only 2$ high schools play football in Maryland. In addition to 800 in bordei^ng Pennsylvania, neighboring West Virginia from which some other Maryland players come has 17Q, football-playing high schools. Rodger Pippen, sports editor of the Baltimore Mews-Post, said Judge Streit was "guilty of a bad boner." Pippen noted in his column that Judge Streit criticized Maryland for having so many out of state players and "he also criticized Maryland strongly for going after and getting a scholastic star who was eagerly sought by numerous colleges. He mentioned the lad by name, Lynn Beightol, and referred to him as the most publicized star in Cumberland history. "Heaven knows where the good judge thinks Cumberland is (it's in Maryland), but someone should have told him he was putting his foot in his mouth when he opened it. Why shouldn't Beightol go to the university of his home State? Going anywhere else would make Lynn prey to the judge's other charges." Beightoi's father said in Cumberland he was "thinking of writing the judge a letter to help straighten him out on some facts. "Lynn went to Maryland because he wanted to. The thing that influenced him most is that he wants to study medicine and Maryland has one of the better medical schools in the country. Also several of his high school teammates (three) are playing football there. It'a also close to home." Continuous record of the amount of light from the sky, made by a new meteorological instrument, will enable electric light companies to forecast power needs more accurately than can be done otherwise. The instrument records daylight intensity under various weather conditions. HONORS CANADA-Thi» stamp, just issued by the Republic of Korea, honors Canada as one of the 19 nations that have sent forces to her atd In the Korean war. Canada has assigned a special brigade of about 10,000 men to Korea in addition to air transport and naval forces. PUBLICSALE SPECIAL COMMUNITY SALE Damaged freight »nd furniture. Friday night. Nov. 23, 1B51 nl 7 00 p m in building to rear of 238 West 51 h St. The following In a partial list: New English saddle, double cement aundry tubs, 50 gal. drum of motor oil, 7 Mln. plc mix, pie crust mix, bird seed, bird gravel, drain tubs, wash tubs, buckets, lots of Indies new rubber boots nnd galoshes, all sizes: soap powder, sugar. Ajax cleanser, farce rolls of cellophane, rolls of wrapping paper, 5 gal. nnd Rnl. cans of self-polishing Simoniz floor -flx. Boscul ten. disposable dinners, epsi Cola fountnin syrup whisk jrooms, cranberry snuce, plnslic head boards for Hollywood beds. ! j" plec- trical bushings for .standard rigid conduit, glass tubes, barrel of bed pnngs. Insect spray, moth crystals, K. box '2" Square Gee pipe fittings, doft food, baking soda, bnby food, arfje roll of material for rug pads, roll linoleum, plastic kitchen curtains. 2 metal window frames, and misc. plus a few auto parts. Also: I'ablp top electric stove, all units O. K., kitchen cabinet, oil hcatrola, coal and wood hentroln, 2 burner oil lonler. bureaus, beds, breakfast sot vith chromp chairs, good; knccbole lesk. kitchen range, lamps, lampshades, *J pc living room suite, good; coffee iable, stands, linens, chairs of nil iind. lamps kitchen utensils, dishes, and many other large pc.s, of f u r n i t u r e and miscellaneous not listed. Freight svill be sold first. Park on West Fifth St and walk Jiru a large lane directly to ware- lousc If you have something to consign to this -sale call at S East 7th St or phone 2658 Truck available, reasonable commission, building heated Fruniture sales repulnrlv every Wed. nite. Freight will be sold first. JOHN L. PONTON Auctioneer dNov. 21. 23 PUBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE REAL PROPERTY Bv virtue of the authority contained n the Power of Attorney, duly filed among the Land Records for Frederick County, Maryland, the undersigned, Attorneys in Fact, ·will sell, at public sale, at Ihe Court House Door in Frederick City, Maryland, at the hour of .1 o'clock. A M., on SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1951 All that Home, lot or parcel of land, situate, lying and being along or near :he public road leading from Catoctin 'ublic School House to Jimtown. in Rhurmont District. Frederick County, vlaryland. containing 3 acres, more or ess, and improved by a 5-room frame dwelling house, with asphalt shingle ·oof. brick covered siding, enclosed back porch, woodshed, hogpen, chicken pen, meat house, all in good condition, with two wells of water, clec- ricity. Hi acres in garden and cleared and, and I'2 acres in timber. For title reference see deeds:-1. Samuel L. Birely and wife to Catherine M. Rice and John O. Rice. her husband, dated August 2S. 1943. md recorded in Liber 434. folio 566, rontaining 1 acre, more or less.-2. Lester S. Birely and wife, to John O Rice and Catherine M. Rice, his vife. dated October 22. 1943, and re- orded In Liber 441, folio 4, containing acres, more or less. This is a nice, comfortable and con- enient home. TERMS OF SALE:-A deposit of S500 00 will be re- luired of the purchaser on the day of ie sale, the balance to be paid on or efore January 15, 1952. when immediate possession will be given. The ight is reserved to reject any bid. 951 State and County taxes will be ·aid bv the Sellers. All conveyancing, ncluding revenue stamps, at the ex- jense of the purchaser. S P. BOWERS. ROBERT E. CLAPP. JR.. Attorneys in Fact. Emmert R. Bowlus, Auctioneer. Drug And PRISRIPTION Service MODERN PHARMACY ·UCCE88OK TO PEAEKE'B DKUQ 8TOKB TELEPHONE 208 Hotpltai Aid, toe, *n4 Help Sow Neighbor ; Community Co-Operation Made Possible Erection Of Rosedale All-Purpose Building THEY MADE IT ROS|": This Is part of the group which made possible the fine new recreation area in the northwest section. From left to right, they arc: First row--Robert P. Marsh, president; Scolty Oden, Jimmy Putman, Bobby Powers, Paul Miller. Second row--Warwick Wade, Donald Davis, Beauford Oden, Walter Eyler Melvin O. Oden, Mayor Donald B. Rice, Kirk Cramer, Tom- By JOE EISENHAUER In mid-August last year many residents of northwest Frederick gravitated to a small vacant lot on Lee Place. It was the sole safety island for juvenile recreation in that rapidly expanding area. The meeting was pre-arranged. Community-minded citizens decided time had come to act. They did. Then and there was born the Rose- dole Civic Association, a group ·which lor initiative and energy is unsurpassed by any similar organization in the city. Taking Its colorful name from I the formal designation of their subdivision area, The Rosedale Civic Association immediately chose these officers: President, Robert P. Marsh; vice- president, Alfied Denn; secretary, Mrs. Thomas Molesworth: treasurer, Charles L. Holland and the organization was officially launched as of August 15, 1950. Vitality of the new group became evident at once. Chiefly desirous of transferring the children from an area threatened by Increasingly heavy traffic. Association members set as a goal acquisition of n site where their tiny tots and teen acors could piny with safety and convenience. A two-acre tract of land donntcd by Mrs. Fannie E. Kidwilcr and the late Jacob A. Kidwilcr was available for the Rosedale purpose. Located in a heavily thiclccted area between Grant Place and BIRRS my Miller, Herman Koulz. Third row--Gordon Droneberg, Richard Miller, Merhl,Sulcer, Oliver Keefcr, Melvin Oden, Jr., Herbert Slaley, Frank Miller, Luther Bussard. Fourth row -- Francis Putman, Ernest Tavener, Frank James, Rodney Willard, Charles Holland, treasurer. Fifth row--J. T. Carman, Edward S. Mobley, Jr., Lincoln Stull, avenue, the area was deemed ideal for the purpose Under direction of C. Cyiil Klein, Superintendent of Parks, the wilderness was transformed into a fine playground, grading and seeding were completed by Spring, and by early Summer the grass had grown sufficiently to permit installation of playground equipment. For the first time, Rosedale youngsters had ample sliding boards, swings, seesaws, merry-go-round and a ball diamond. But Rosedale had still rosier dreams. The enthusiastic papas and mammas decided to provide a field house, restroom facilities for the children being desirable. Then came the paramount question of financing. The City had already set aside $1,000 for construction of a 9'x20' combined restroom and storage building similar to one at the McCurdy Field playground But Rose- dalians bepan thinking in more Now, relieve distress with out dosing, rub on... HAMILTON, ELGIN, GRUEN AND BULOVA WATCHES JAMES E. DOLL Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Silver-war* 9 SOUTH MARKET STREET TELEVISION SALES AND SERVICE PHILCO MOTOROLA ZENITH REASONABLY TRICED INSTALLATIONS II CMC OWNED MELVIN M. ENGLE BUDGET TERMS Bach of Post OffJcc, N. Carroll St. HOME OPERATED Phone 85 PUBLIC SALE] OF PERSONAL PROPERTY (SOME ANTIQUES) CONDUCTED BY NULL AND NULL AUCTIONEERS Real estate having been sold I the undersigned will sell on premises where I now reside located at Church Hill in upper Middletown Valley, Frederick County, Md. Turn north from U. S. Route 40-A at Myersville, Ellerton intersection, go 1 mile on Ellcrton road turn left on Church Hill Road. About 1 mile to farm. (Follow Sale Arrows) on SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1951 BEGINNING PROMPTLY AT 11 O'CLOCK A. M. THE FOLLOWING TO-WIT: 5 HEAD OF HEIFERS 5 4 are Herefords and 1 Durham not bred. MACHINERY AND MISCELLANEOUS Riding corn plow, single shovel plow, 2 barshear plows, one horse barshear plow, brooder stove, chicken feeders, corn shelter, cutting box, step ladder, grind stone, lot ?{ inch galvanized pipe, wheelbarrow, block and rope, lot of" single, double and triple trees, 2-3 4 prong forks, garden tools, etc., harness of all description. FURNITURE 1 Hot Point electric stove, 1 Home Comfort range with tank and water front, 1 Frigldaire; 1 late model Maytag washing machine. 1 kitchen cabinet, 9-piece set of Health Craft cook ware, 1 utility cabinet, 1 Gaver home made corner cupboard, 1 round extension table, 1 Gavcr home made drop leaf extension table, 1 oil heater, 1 piano, 1 Singer sewing machine, 3-piece living room suite. 12 Gaver home made hard bottom chairs, 1 Stottlemyer made rocker, 1 hook case, 1 antique wardrobe, 4-plece bedroom suite, wash stands, dressing bureaus, 1 studio couch, 3 iron beds mid springs, 1 porch glider, 1 75-galIon cooker, 2 lawn chairs. 2 reed rockers, benches, 2 chunk stoves, baskets, floor and table lamps, mirrors, pictures, clocks, stands, tubs, dishes, pots, pans, etc. Any amount of miscellaneous articles. 1946 WILLYS JEEP TERMS OF SALE--CASH with clerk on sale day and no property removed until paid tor. HARRY B. ECCARD, Owner, NEAR CHURCH HILL, MIDDLETOWN VALLEY, MD. PHONE MYERSVILLE 2155 JOHN W. NULL A DELBERT S. NULL, Auctioneer! ·Frederick, Md. JOHN L. SHAW, Clerk Photo by Frank Keeier _ Dr. Carlton Brown, Charles Dodd Jr., Carroll Hendrickson Jr. Others who aided in construction but were unable to appear in photo were: Robert E. Miller. Ray Wahl, Theodore Lichtenstein, Roger Etzler, James Jones, Carlton Molesworth Jr., Carl Darner, Thomas Cramer, Raymond Rice, Kirk Cramer Jr., Edwin Herring, Bernard Grove, J. Clarence Simpson, and Harry Baumgardner, Jr. expansive terms. The Association had no place to hold regular meetings. It was decided to erect a 20'x40' structure to serve all purposes. This is how it was done: Several residents prominent in rne Duiming trade* contribute their services. The city was «kei for the $1,000 set aside for the pur pose. A door-to-door canvass net ted an additional $1.300. The foun dation was dug last June 11 by Ear Cline and construction was rapid Volunteer workers had help alonf various lines, carpentry by Charle Dodd and Luther Bussard, shinglin by men provided through Ear Hargett. Wiring was done by Ray Wahl. The block work and supervi sion of the entire project was di rected by Melvin O. Oden, Beau ford Oden, Melvin O. Oden Jr., en Fred Miller. Rosedale officials said: "Withou the efforts and enthusiasm shown for this building by Mr. Oden Sr. the Association would not have bac this fine field house." Last August 23-25, a successfu carnival provided funds needed to complete the building. On November 11, the Rosedalians held "open house" from two to four o'clock Mayor Donald B. Rice headed the list of city officials attending the event, along with representatives of Frederick's other civic associations and the Recreation Commis sion. The building consists of one larg room on the first floor, suitable for meetings, square dancing, care parties, children's parties and othe: forms of indoor activities, many of which are planned for the winter months. A piano has been contrl buted by Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Cramer The basement provides one larg room to be used by the Scouts, a furnace room, and two restrooms which also have outside entranci areaways for use by the children during" the summer months. The first regular meetings of th Association will be held in the new building at an early date. A heating system has yet to be installed. Success of the venture in large measure was due to volunteer labor PUBLIC SALE FRIDAY NIGHT, NOVEMBER 23, 1951 Beginning at 6:30 P. M. At Barbara Fritchie Candy Plant, Washington Road Deep well electric pump and tank, lot dishes, cooking utensils, three gallon electric coffee maker. 16 iron lunch chairs, excellent electric range, electric movie machine and Him, electric drill, 2 electric insecticide machines (indoor use), 2,500 wood spoons, 500 gallon jugs, ino gallon cans, 2 double porcelain jsinks, 2 Coca Cola dispensers, 1 Cola cabinet with cold water coll?, electric record player and records.. 3 FINE NEW GUITAKS, BANJO MANDOLIN Instrument cases, old violin, piano boxes, show case. 150 GLASS BUILDING BLOCKS (NEW) Lawn mower, washer, high chair, playpen, Venetian blinds, 3 lamps, wash stand, auto tubes, lot citric acid, boxes, containers, lot insect powder, antique iron dog, saws, spigots, books, fine electric toaster, two pianos, etc. N U L L NULL. Auctioneers A TTi K. L. KELLY, ClerK A. Hi. The Tic-M Restaurant 74 South Market St. The most modern restaurant in Frederick. Here is where you can get that delicious Thanksgiving Dinner, you know you get a full course Turkey Dinner for only $1.25. Plenty of room for all and music while you eat. Austin A. Oden Manager PUBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE AND PERSONAL PROPERTY Pursuant to an order of the Orphans' Court of Frederick County, Maryland, passed on the 5th day of November, 1951, in the Matter of the Estate of Luther Earl Black, late of Frederick County, deceased, the undersigned Administrator will offer at public sale on the premises located one mile north of Thurmont, along the road leading from U. S. Route No. 15 to Apples Church, on SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8,1951 commencing at one o'clock P. M. the following described personal property, to-vit: Kflx'inator, good as new; one corner cupboard, one cook stove, one range, round oak extension table, drop-leaf round table, 6 cane seat chairs, lot of kitchen and hardbottom chairs. 2 rockers, bureau, dresser, wood and iron beds, stands, small R.C.A. radio, cabinet base, walnut vail cupboard. PHILCO 17" TELEVISION AND ANTENNA like new. silverware, electric hot-plate, meat saw, 3 crocks, 2 five gallon glass jugs, alarm clock, 12 grauge shot gun, lot of dishes, glassware, lot of carpenter tools, saws, cross-cut saws, tool box, scythe, axe, shovels, wheelbarrow, garden plow, 2 cutting boxes, 3 shovel plow, lawn mower, double trees, garden tools of all kinds, and many other articles too numerous to mention. TEEMS OF,SALE--CASH. No property removed until settlement is made with clerk.. GEORGE G. BLACK, ADMINISTRATOR OF THE ESTATE OF LUTHER EARL BLACK, DECEASED. REAL ESTATE Immediately following the sale of the above personal property, on the same premises on the above date, the undersigned will offer at public sale all that real estate formerly occupied by the late Luther Earl Black, with improvements thereon, containing 5 acres and 82 square perches of land, more or less, improved'with 8 room brick and frame metal roof dwelling in good state of repair, with electricity, stable. large poultry house, hog house, summer kitchen, all with metal roofs, recently painted and in good repair. There is a good well of water on the property, number of fruit trees, all land is tillable and suitable for truck and poultry farm. This property is located on hard road convenient to town of Thurmont. For title reference see Liber No. 407 Folio 492, one of the Land Records of Frederick County, Maryland. TERMS OF SALE--Full possession of the premises will be given immediately following the sale. A deposit of S500.00 will be required of the purchaser or purchasers on the date of sale, the balance to be paid upon delivery of a good and sufficient deed. All costs of conveyancing, including United States Internal Revenue Stamps and State of Maryland Relief Stamps, shall be borne by the purchaser or purchasers. State, County and Corporation taxes paid to January 1st, 1952. GEORGE G. BLACK, Acting as Agent for the Heirs of Luther Earl Black, Deceased EARL H. HOFFMAN, Auctioneer LLOYD C. MACKZ.EY, Clerk plus th« ftct that many local businessmen provided materials at cost, an official said, adding: "This has been a busy year for the Association, but well worth it. With the fine field house available, the Association has just begun its work of helping the youngsters in our community.' They- can't help but feel: Everything's rosy in Rosedale! SERVICE AT The annual Union Thanksgiving Service of Buckeystown District will be held in Trinity Evangelical and Reformed church, Adamstown, Thanksgiving evening at 7:30. Rev. John Kuschel, pastor of the Ur bana charge, will preach the ser mon. The choir of the Urbana Cir cuit will sing with Mrs. Kusche accompanist. Special numbers o music and readings will be con tributed by the churches of the district. The churches included in the district are, Methodist, Lime Kiln; Methodist, Buckeystown Methodtet, Urbana; Mtethodist Flint Hill; Lutheran, Manor; Luth eran, Point of Rocks; Lutheran Doubs; Methodist, Forest Grove Methodist, Doubs, · and Trinity Re formed, 'Adamstown. Rev. Waltei D. Mehrling, pastor of the Adams town church, will be in charge o: the service. NOTICES ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE This is to give notice that the sub scriber has obtained from the Or phans' Court of Frederick County, in Maryland, letters of Administration on the estate of MARIE E. SPURRIER late of Frederick County,- Maryland deceased. All persons having claim against the deceased are warned to exhibit the same, with the voucher: thereof, legally authenticated, to thi subscriber, on or before" the 18th day of May, 1952 next; they may other wise by law be excluded from al benefit of said estate. Those indebt ed to the deceased are desired to make immediate payment. Given under my hand this 16th day of October. 1951. GEORGE C. J. SPURRIER Administrator Edward D. Storm, Attorney True Copy--Test: HARRY D. RADCLIFF Register' of Will for Frederick County, Md Oct. 17. 24, 31, Nov. 7. 14. ORDER NISI ON SALES In the Orphans' Court of Frederick County. Maryland October Term, 1951 In the Matter of the Sales of the Real Estate of Ruth Gouverneur Johnson. In the Matter of the Reports of Sales, Filed the 31st day of October 1951. Ordered, by the Orphans' Court oj Frederick County, this 31st day of October. 1951. that the sales of Real Estate of RUTH GOUVERNEUR JOHNSON late of Frederick County, deceased, this day reported to this Court by her Executrix be ratified and confirmed unless cause to the contrary be shown on or before the 23rd day of November 1951, provided a copy of this Order be published in some newspaper ptib- lished in Frederick County for three successive weeks prior to the 23rd day of November, 1951. The Executrix's Reports states the Amount of Sales to be Twenty-two Thousand. Five Hundred Dollars($22,500 00). MARY H. GREGORY FRANK C. SHOOK SAMUEL Q. AUSHERMAN Judges of the Orphans' Court EMILY C. JOHNSON Executrix Mathias and Mathias, Attorneys True Copy--Test: HARRY D. RADCLIFF Register of Wills For Frederick County. Md. dNov- 1. 8, 15. 22 EXECUTRICES' 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 LAURA A. ROUTZAHN late of Frederick County, Maryland, deceased. "All persons having claims against the deceased are warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers hereof, legally authenticated, to the subscribers on or before the 1st day of June, 1952 next; they may otherwise by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. Those indebted to the deceased are desired to mak immediate payment. Given under our hands this 30th day of October, 1951. LAURA ANN GAVER BIGG* And BESSIE DUBEL. Executrices Charles U. Price, Attorney True Copy--Test: HARRY D. RADCLIFF Register of Wills For Frederick County, Md. dOct. 31; Nov. 7. 1*. 21. 28 ADMINISTRATRIX'S NOTICE This is to give notice thatMihe subscriber has obtained from the Orphans' 2ourt of Frederick County, in Maryland, letters of Administration on tine estate of DAVID N. HARDMAN, JR. ate 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 subscriber, on or before the 15th day of June, 1952, next; they may otherwise by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. Those indebt- d to the deceased are desired to make immediate payment. Given under my hand this 13th day of Novemoer. 1951. A. CORDELL HARDMAN Administratrix Alton Y. Bennett, Attorney Tru« Copy--Test: ' HARRY D. RADCLIFF Register Of Wills For Frederick, County, Md. dNov. 14. 21, 28, Dec. 5, 12 ORDER OF PUBLICATION NO. 17214 EQUITY :n The Circuit Court For Frederick County In Equity Ann Simeral vs. William Simeral The object of this proceeding is to procure a divorce A VlNCULO MATRI- MONII by the-Plaintiff. Ann Simeral, rom the Defendant, William Simeral. ind for such other and further relief is the nature of the case may require. The Bill states in substance, that the the Plaintiff is a resident of Frederick County. State of Maryland, and has " een so for more than one year last ast: while the Defendant is» a nonresident of the · State of Maryland, esiding in Denver. Colorado; that 'our Complainant was married to the Jcsfendant on. the day of May, Nineteen Hundred and Forty-two in tie Army Chapel at Fort Myer. Virrinia, by Chaplain Alva J, Brasted, JSA, a regularly ordained minister f the Gospel; that as a result, of the aid marriage two children were born, lamely Robert B. Simeral. who was iorn on March. 8, 1943. and Joan B. simeral, who was born on March 29, 946; the Bill further alleges that al- tiough the conduct of the Complainant owards the Defendant, William Sim- ral, has always been kind, chaste, '.utiful and affectionate, the Defend- nt, William Simeral, between the ime of said^marriage and the filing of his Bill of Complaint, without just ause or reason, abandoned and de- erted your Complainant, , and that uch abandonment and desertion has pntinued uninterruptedly for at least ighteen months and Is deliberate and inal, and the separation of the parties o this cause is beyond any reasonable xpectation. of reconciliation. It is thereupon this 30th day of October. 1951, by the Circuit Court or Frederick County, in Equity, iRDERED that the Plaintiff, by caus- ng a copy of this Order of Publica- jon to be published for at least four uccessive weeks prior to the 29th ay of November, 1931, In some news- aper published in Frederick County, Maryland, giving notice to the De- endant. William Simeral, of the ob:ct and substance · of thir bill of omplaint and warning him to be and ppear in this Court, either in -per- on or by Solicitor, on or before the 5th day ot December, 1951. to know ause, if any he has, why the relief ought should not be granted. ELLIS C. WA.CHTER Clerk of the Circuit Court ichard TS. Zimmerman, Solicitor iled October 30, 1951 'ru« Copy--Test: ELLIS C. WACHTER Clerk to*. M. MOV. 7. u. x, as i Electrical Wiring Beildenttal, Commercial u I»«ustrlil FIXTURES OF ALL TYPES AND REPAIR WORK ' HARRY TINNEY 12 Hamilton Ave. Phone 16*1 Maryland-U. S. Approved Pullorum Clean Hatchery. Chicks available Tuesdays and Fridays. Started Chicks available for immediate delivery. Also, a complete line ot poultry equipment, m-dicines and supplies. MARYLAND CHICK HATCHERY, INC. 100 West South St. Phone ,439 GAS · FASTER · COOLER Kitchen · CLEANER · CHEAPER IS FREDERICK BOTTLED GAS CO. 410 N, Market Street Phone 1684-W TODAY JOIN HOSPITAL AID C O U N T S GENERAL STORE DAMASCUS, MO. PHONE 3751 Shoes, Galoshes, * Buckle Arctics Boots, Jackets,, Shirts, Pants Work Clothes and Dressei Wolverine Work Shoes (perfect for Bairy work, dries out soft) S7.95 Wolverine Dress Shoes $10.95 Children's Shoes S2.95 Girls' Shoes ' . S3.49 Girls' Black Suede Ballerini $3.43 Endicott Johnson Men's Work Shoes S5.15 4-Buckle Arctics and Boots . S5 95 Shoes ... $5.95 4-B«ckle Arties and Boots $5.95 Children's Sno Kix $3.98 Boys' Sweaters $1.98 Boys' Jackets $4.95 Men's Dupont Zelan Wool Lined Jackets $7.95 Men's Gabardine Sport Shirts $2.95 Carpenter Overalls . $4.95 Men's Hats ?3.95 to $5.95 Men's Trench Coats $39.50 Men's Suits $49.50 Men's Ties, all colors ..,,. $1,00 Ladles' Nylon Hollywood Hose, 51/15 SMS Ladies' Dresses $5.95 Bulova, Benrus and Gruen Watches Bulova, America Girl . . . $49.50 Bulova Co-Ed, 17-J. $29.75 Bulova, Men's, 15-j. gold band . J29.T5 ...even if ^ you want just a few dollars Loans up to $1500 GENERAL Acceptance Corp. 244 No. Market, at Third Tel. Frederick 2791 J0VINILE BICYCIES Mony modeU,, e?H sizes for youngsters ''om 4*to-15 yrs, made to the some standards as fine adult Columbia-Built bikes -- the tafest, sturdiest on the road. Se« them, as wtH «t full aduit lin« fodayl FROM S4I.95 SMALL DEPOSIT WILL HOLD BIKE UNTIL XMAS BE SURE SHOP EARLY A FEW GOOD USED BIKER EXPERT REPAIRING DELPHEY'S SPORT STORI WHERE PARKING II A PLEASURE SPAPFRf

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