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Frederick, Maryland
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THE NEWS, Frederick, Marjrluri 4, V* Red Cross Seeking Girls To Serve In Korea, S. Viet "Vs exciting, exhausting, dirty, and worthwhile. And I love it!" The last sentence in a letter a 21-year-old woman wrote to her parents sums up the Red Cross recreation program in Vietnam. The Frederick County Chapter of the American Red Cross is now recruiting young women for one year tours in Vietnam and Korea as recreation aides. To qualify for this select group a girl must be between the ages of 21 and 24, be single, a graduate of a four year college, in good health, and a U.S. citizen free to serve overseas. The salary is $5,542 plus a special overseas allowance. A young woman serving as a recreation worker is part of a dynamic Red Cross program designed to help rMfrfrin the morale of American servicemen in Asia. In teams of two the recreation workers present hour long participation type programs in messhalls, at Red Cross recreation centers, in aircraft hangers, at remote outposts, or anywhere the GIs happen to be. Teams travel by any available transportation - - helicopter, truck, jeep, boat or plane. All work stops when the Red Cross girls, dressed in serviceable blue culotte outfits, set up their varied and unique recreation hour. Quizzes, puzzles, skits, and game* of all types art the order of the day. Each young woman is assigned to a military command covering a designated! area and lives and works with a team of five to ten other recreation aides. Recreation aides, upon being selected by the Red Cross, report to Washington, D.C., for a two week training session before flying to either Korea or Viet- For more information contact the Frederick County Chapter of the Red Cross at 22-A South Market Street Phone 662-5131. in Frederick. Loans Used In Area During the spring, students attending Frederick Community College, Hood, Mt. St. Mary's, St. Joseph's and Western Maryland College, were granted a total of $31,588 in the form of loans through the National Defense Education Act. This figure is a small portion of the total amount granted to Maryland institutions of higher education during this academic year which totaled $2,749,077. Dr. M. Howard Bryant, Higher Education Director, Region m, Department of Health, Education and Welfare (DHEW), announced an estimated 7,000 Maryland col- ege students in undergraduate and graduate programs have obtained loans under the program Men authorizes the Federal Government to provide 90 per ent of the loan funds and the institution the other 10 per cent, $350 was allocated to Fredrick Community College stu- ents, $7000 to Hood College; $8,088 going to Mount Saint Mary's; $7,833 granted to St. oseph's College; and $8,317 orth of loans to Western Maryand College. Cut-Off Date Nears For Loons Time is running out for about 2,140.000 World War H veterans who have not used their GI loan guaranty benefits. The final cut-off date for World War H loans is July 25, for those whose loan eligibility has not expired, George A. Davis, manager of the Veterans Administration Regional Office in Baltimore reminded veterans today. Loan guaranty benefits are governed by individual expiration dates, based on dates of military service and length of service. However, under the law, Davis . pointed out, there also is an overall July 25 deadline for World War n veterans. However, this July 25 deadline does not affed eligibility for loans established by military service since 1955, he added. The VA advised World War n veterans who do not know their expiration dates to get in touch with the nearest VA office if they are seeking a GI loan. ft win be helpful to have discharge or separation papers handy at the time of contact, Davis added. Veterans who know their loan guaranty terminal dates, but whose applications cannot be submitted to the VA before the July 25 deadline, should have their lenders write or telephone their VA offices to explain the problem, Davis said. More than 7,500,000 loans amounting to $77 billion have .been guaranteed by the VA since the program was initiated following World War H, Davis reported Under the program, the VA guarantees up to 60 per cent (not to exceed $12,500) of the outstanding balance on home loans for veterans. Associations Show Increase In Savings Maryland savings and loan as sociations showed a sharp in crease in savings last month as compared with April of last year according to the Federal Horn Loan Bank of Greensboro, N. C the regional reserve bank fo associations in the Southeast. Mortgage loan closings, how ever, were below the year-ear lier level. Last month, Maryland's 86 associations received $119,500,00 in new savings, while experienc ing withdrawals of $116,200,000 The resulting net gain of $3, 300,000 was in sharp contras to the net loss of $9,300,00 recorded for the same month last year. On the lending side, assoc iations in the state closed $26, 461,000 in mortgage loans dur ing April. By comparison, thei loan volume a year ago was $38,764,000. The performance of Marylan associations helped to set a ne 1 savings record for the Greens boro Home Loan Bank distric as a whole in April. The Bank' 708 members had a combined net savings gain of $154,400,00 last month. The former Apri high was $89,000,000 reached ir 1961, while a year ago saving in the district declined by $43, 800,000. Lending-wise, these as sociations accounted for $266, 187,000 in mortgage loans las month as compared with a volume of $344,645,000 a year earlier CUSTOM'S ORIGIN To the ancients, holly was thought to be endowed with un usual powers. In legend, Christ' crown of thorns was made o holly leaves. From this emerged the custom of making Christmas wreaths of holly. r / * JEWSPAPERflRCHIVE®- Over $2.2 millions of this total was allocated last August to 30 nstitutions of higher education. Damascus Girl Wins Contest A gold plaque on walnut wood shield, and a cash award, were among prizes given the winner if an essay contest for Montgomery and Prince Georges Counties, and the District of Columbia. Single top honors for girls this school year went to Susan M. Hogan, Kakae Drive, cedar Grove. Over 700 entries were judged for final selection in this year's competition conducted by the Serra Club of Washington for seventh and eighth jrade students from all churches in the Catholic Archdioceses of Washington, stated Robert McChesney, Club President. For the fourth year, Father Joseph Gedra's church, St. Paul's Catholic Church, Damascus, was the sponsor in the Damascus area. Miss Hogan, a seventh grader at Damascus High School, member of the junior orchestra and the Gymnastics Club, and alternate class representative to Student Government, also received a special silver medal and certificate as leading girl contestant from St. Paul's, while Peter Schutz Jr., Manor Road, Damascus, and in the seventh grade at Damascus High, won a silver medal and certificate as boy's winner in the area. Essays were judged by groups in Washington, D. C., after the March 10 closing date, and winners from the 48 churches were recognized on Sunday, May 3, at a social and presentation, with entertainment by the recording group from D. C., "The Medical Mission Sisters Singers" at John Carroll High School, Washington. Miss Elizabeth Stewart, Wattons Road, Woodfield, attended the ceremony. Imagination, expression, organization, and sincerity, were the basis for judging, according to Howard Stone, chairman of the event. For the first time since the program was initiated in the area in 1962 by the Serra Men's Club to inform more persons about religious vocations, the leading boy and girl essayists for the Archdiocese were both from Upper Montgomery County. Tommie OToole, St. Martin's Church, Gaithersburg, received a plaque and cash aware for best boy's entry. Father Meyers has long been the pastor at St. Martin's Church and School. Sue Hogan is the Assistan Leader for the Cedar Grove 4-H Club and is active with the Goshen 4-H Horse and Pony Club. She recently was in Frederick to represent Montgomery Count; Girl 4-H'ers in the Distric Finals for Public Speaking at the Francis Scott Key Hotel, and attended the awards dinner sponsored there by the Frederick Kiwanis Club and hosted by Charles Homey, Frederick Agriculture Extension Office. An additional $433,819 has been allocated to 31 institutions in Maryland this spring. Since the program became operative in 1958 more than 1.7 million students nationally have xjrrowed $1.5 billion including those borrowing for this year's tudies. Loans are made to students directly by their colleges, which also make collections. Students may borrow up to $1,000 each ear to a total of $5,000 and up to $2,500 each year for graduate or professional study to a combined total of $10,000 for both undergraduate and graduate study. Repayment begins nine months after studies are completed, and may extend over a .0-year period. Interest charges of three per cent also begin at the start of the repayment period. No repayment is required and no interest is charged for any period up to three years during which the student borrower serves in the Armed Forces, Peace Corps, or VISTA. The program provides for partial or otal loan cancellation for students who enter the field of caching. These loans under the National Defense Education Act are only one of the many federal programs that assist young peo- ile to stay in school or learn a trade. Among the others financed by the HEW are the Col- ege Work-Study program, the Educational Opportunity Grants- program and the Guaranteed Student Loan Program. Baltimore Harbor Tours Set Francis Scott Key Cruises Inc. operators of the Motor Vesse Port Welcome, are pleased announce that for the first time narrated Baltimore Harbor tours will be offered on Sunday afternoons, beginning on June 7, 1970 running thru June and the summer months. The first tour will leave a 1:00 p.m. and return 3:00 p.m And the second tour will leavi at 4:00 p.m. and return at 6-.OC p.m. The adult fare is $1.65 and children $1.10. If these tours prove success ful they wiJl continue running during the fall and winter months Louis Brandeis, appointed in 1916 by President Woodrow Wil son, was the first Jewish associate justice of the UJS. Supreme Court. Cumberland Plays Host To Circus An entertaining act combining pulchritude and pachyderms has become a perennial favorite with fun-seekers at the Hami-Morton Big Three Ring Circus when the ·circus plays the Cumberland Fairgrounds June 19-20 under the sponsorship of Ali Ghati Shrine Temple. Once again, George A. Hamid brings the Hami-Morton Elephants back in the all-new 1970 edition of the world-famous circus. The elephants, among the most highly-trained in the world, will be in all five performances of the circus at 2 p-m. and 8 p.m., Friday, June 19 and 11, 3 p.m. and 8, Saturday. June 20, according to pastpoten- tate Winfield H. Adam, circus chairman. Elephants are one of the mainstays of the magic that is tht circus world. The troupe of five elephants has been acclaimed by public and press as the finest elephant act in the world. At the command of a lovely lady, the Hamid - Morton Elephants perform their ponderous gymnastics and obedience tests to delight young and old alike. There is something spectacular when the Hamid-Morton Elephants clamber onto each other to form a pyramid. And you will also see at least one of the 3500-pound brutes balance on one leg. Buy And Sell In News-Post Want Ads The performing pacydernu are three large elephants, Siam, Bombay and Delhi, all about 35 years old. Assigned by the New York World in 1889 to duplicate the feat of Jules Verne's hero in "Around the World in Eighty Days," Nellie Ely gained fame by making the trip in 72 days, 11 hours, and 6 minutes. SALE REGISTER JUNE 4-Robert M. Routzahn, Personal Representative of Estate of Mary Elizabeth Muck. Located on tho west side of Broad Street. Middletown, Md. New London MRS, FLORENCE DISNEY Correspondent Mrs. Bernice Pryor attended a meeting June 2 at Grace Trinity Church with the Rev. Geraldine Davis. Sessions on Narcotics was the topic. On Thursday, June 4, Stevie Pryor, a seventh grade student at Linganore High School, and his science class took a field trip to Washington. Mrs. Bernice Pryor will be her son's guest. Miss Ann Smothers who is a patient at the F r e d e r i c k Memorial Hospital received a visit from Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pryor and family. Members of the W.S.C.S. and of Dorsey Church send out Get Well Wishes to Mr. Bob Dorsey at home, and Mr. Ed Dorsey who is a patient at the Montevue Home. Birthdays on June 3, will be celebrated by Mrs. June Tyler of New Market, and her brother, Julius Sbowden and Harry E. Dorsey of Oldfields. Mrs. Helen Hoy will have a birthday June 4. Mr. and Mrs. William Piyor will celebrate their 21st wedding anniversary June 5. Recent visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Disney, were Miss Delia Dorsey, Miss Eta Dorsey, who are sisters and their brother Dennis Dorsey on Memorial Day, all from Baltimore. Special Monthly Consignment Sale. Located at Thvr- mont, Md. sale at 7 p. m. *_Allen T. Hill. Located at the Howard county Fairgrounds, West Friendship, Md. Sale at 7 p. m. 4-- consignment Auction. Mare, me. Located at Evergreen Point, Frederick, jrmrA -. TO,,,-* t White Post, Va. Sale at 10 a. m. «-- Trustees' Sale of 1S2 Acre Farm. Located at Gypsy Hill, 1 mi. north of Tayiortville, Md. Sale at n a. m. t-- Estate of Edna Rockwell. 7 w. 7th. St., Frederick, Md. sale at 11 a. m. t-- Robert F. Little, Personal Representative. Tho Estate of the late Mary Valerie Itraemer. Located at 120 South Soton Avenue, Emmitsburg, Md. Sale at 10 a. m. (--Estate of Robert R. Hewitt. Real Estate and Antiques. Located at Taylor Avenue, North Tilghman, Talbot County, Md. Sale at n a.m. t-- M. Elaine Childs, Admrx. c.t.a., Estate of Geo. M. Savage. Located in Frostburg, Md. Sale at 10:30 A.M. t-- Emily Grace Gray ft Grayson Gray. Located along Haley's Mill Rd., 4 mi. no. of Laytonsville, Montgomery Co., Md. Sale at 10:30 a. m. 10-- Ponton's Community sale. Located rear 231 W. Fifth Street, Frederick, Md. salo at :30 p. m. 11-- Lawrence-* Market (formerly Hurley's Store). Located on Rt. 27, 4V» mi. so. of Rt. 40, m mi. no. of Damascus. Store ft Contents. Sale at 7 p. m. 11-- Tory Hill Corp. Sale. Located at the Guernsey Sale barn mi. east of Lancaster, Pa., on Rt. 3*. Sale at 11 a. m. 11-- Frederick Production Credit Association. Located on the farm of Oscar W. Meier located along the Ridge Road, J'/j miles northwest of Clarksburg, Md. Sale at 4:30 p. m. 12-- Aberdeen Sales Company. 100 Registered and Top Grade Houtein Dairy Cattle. Located in the dairy barn arena at the Aberdeen Sales Company, Churehville, Harford Co., Md. Sale at ·:» p. m. 12-- Mr. * Mrs. Arvil E. Gosnell. Located along Obrecht Road, Vh mi. west of Sykesvillo, Md. Sale at * p. m. M«IP wanted-Mai*. Hospital 'Housekeepers: Several good opportunities for men to enter State servke learning institutional housekeeping. No experience necessary. Driven license required. $77 per week to start with Increase to $»1.S» in Septenv ger WO. Excellent benefits: hot- pitalixation, retirement/ uniforms furnished, holidays, vacation and skk leave; living quarters available at lew c»». Apply In person at Personnel Office, Spring- fieM State Hospital, Sykesville, Maryland, weekdays between l:3t a.m. and 3:00 p.m. HELP WANTED immediate part time and full time employees t* work a? a clean, modern, air conditioned office bulMing in the Gaitttersbur* are*. N* experience necessary. AU persons hired win h* five* ctmpltt* training with MW tertt and equipment. Regular employment, rapM pay increase*, vacation** holidays arid promotions. Work hours will fte Monday thru Thursday night and Sunday daring the day. Only those who will attend work regularly need apply. Excellent opportunity for advancement for those who do quality work. Coll Between 9 A. M. and 5 P. M. Monday thru Friday. HELM SERVICE ENGINEERING RockvilU, Maryland ·11.3265 p. m. Locat 12-- Ralph * Louise Greene. Located at the Howard County Fairgrounds, West Friendship, Md. Sale at 7 p. m. 13-- Robert C. Mullendore. 200 Head of Livestock. Located 2 mi. east off Sharpsburg Pike at Lappan's Crossroads. Sale at 7 p. m. 13-- Mrs. Howard Hillery. Located 12 mi. east of Frederick, 3 mi. so. of Rt. 40 on Bartholows-Kemptown Rd. Too.s, Furniture, Antiques. 13-- Estate Sale of Park G. Wilkinson. Antique A Household. Located at 14 Norva Avenue, Frederick, Md. Sale at 10:30 a. m. 13-- Mrs. Emma W. Shelton. Located along Rt. 75, l/j mi. so. of Libertytown, Md. Sale at 11 a. m. 13-- A. Cecil Poole, 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 11 a. m. 13-- R. P. (Dick) Brown. Located 1 mi. east of Barnesville, Md. Sale at 10:3* 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 A.M. 13-- Mrs. Emma Shelton. Located IVi mi. south of Libertytown, a'ong Rt. 75. Sale at 11 a. m. 17-- Ponton's Community Sale. Located rear 23* W. Fifth Street, Frederick Md. Sale at 6:30 p. m. 17-- Murray H. Fout, Personal Representative. Estate of Nannie C. Klipp. Located near Gambrill Park, Frederick CO., Md. Sale at 10:30 A.M. ia-- Glade Valley Dairy Cattle Sales. Located at the sales barn opposite Lehigh Cement Co. plant along Rt. SSO, 1 mi. east of Woodsboro, Md. sale at 7:30 p. m. 19-- The effects of the late Clarence U. Jackson. Located 2'/2 mi. no. · Union Bridge along the Middleburg Rd. Sale at 10 a. m. 1»-- Mrs. Clarence Jackson. Located Middleburg Rd. at Mt. Union Church, Carroll Co., Md. Sale at 10 A.M. 20-- Real Estate Auction. Located along Roop Rd., just west of Rt. 1*4, 2 mi. South of Taneytown, Md. Sale at n a.m. 10-- American Kern-Co. Corp. Located on parking lot, Funkhouser Office Building, 3rd Avenue, Ranscn, w. Va. Sale at *:30 a. m. 20-- Mrs. George P. Woodfield. Located in Woodfield, Md., along Rt. 124. Sale at 10 a.m. 20-- Oscar F. Stang. Located in Dawsonville on Rt. 20 bet. Damestown * PoMesville, Md. Sale at 10 A.M. 27-- Estate of Mary Jan* Woerner smith, 11) W. South St., Frederick, Md. 10:30 a. m. 24 -- Ponton's Community Sale. Located rear 231 W. Fifth Street, Frederick, Md. Sale at «:X p. m. 25-- Assignee's Sale of Valuable Dwelling in Frederick County. Salo at the Court House Door, sale at 11 a. m. 27-- Mrs. Amw J. Shafer. Real Estate and Personal at premises and Burk- ittwille Ruritan Club grounds. 27-- Consignment Salo. New Midway Fire Company. Now Midway, Md. 27-- Rev. R. B. Pegram. Located along Old Annapolis Rd., 2 mi. west of Woodvillo Rd., Mt. Airy Md. JULY t-- Emmert M. Bowlus, Auctioneer and Sales Manager. Ettate Ion and consignments (Antiques). Frederick Fair Grounds. 11-- Leonard Main**. First farm on the right along Hainos Rd., near Mt. Prospect Cmirch, Ml. Airy, Md. PUBLIC AUCTION 100 REGISTERED AND TOP GRADE HOLSTEIN DAIRY CATTLE Sate to be held i» the dab? bara arena at the Aberdeen Sales Company in ChurdiviUe, Harford Co., Md., located on Md. Rt 22, C mi. east of Be! Air, Md., (via U. S. Ht. 1) and mi. west of Aberdeen, Md., (via U. S. Rt. * or Ken* nedy Highway) on FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 1970 8:M P. M. EDST This sale features the entire herd of Roland Knight of Delta, Pa. This is a young herd showing good production. Many cows bred for summer freshening. Mr. James Carter of Ontario, Canada is shipping 45 head of top cows and heifers. Some will be fresh at sate tone, others are close springers. Other consignments of local heifers bred for ave. months. Plan to buy additional cows or make your selection for replacements. All cows are T. B. Accredited, Certified Bangs Free, tested within 30 days of sate. Freshening, breeding and due dates wiU be available as well as milk weights. ABERDEEN SALES CO. Sale Managers Phone: 301-7344050 Night: 301-734-7105 301-272-1368 ESTATE AUQION REAL ESTATE AND PERSONAL PROPERTY Pursuant to the authority contained in the Last Will and Testament of Mary Jane Woerner Smith, late of Frederick County, Md., deceased, and an Order of the Orphans' Court for the County aforesaid, passed in the estate of the said decedent on the 20th day of May, 1970, the undersigned will offer at public auction on the premises known as 117 W. South St., in Frederick, Md. on SAT., JUNE 27, 1970 AT 10:30 A. M. PERSONAL PROPERTY AS FOLLOWS: Frigidaire, gas stove, Hotpoint automatic washer, 9 pc. mahogany D. R. suite, good; 2 pc. sectional sofa, good; 2 pc. L. R. suite, like new; gooseneck platform rocker, another platform rocker, Gov. Winthrop secretary, other overstuffed chairs, aU good; 7 pe. walnut bedroom suite, 6 pc. bedroom suite, room size scatter rugs, stands coffee table, good; beveled glass mirror, lamps, an. appliances, telephone stand, set Roger's flatware, good; linens, bed clothing, sewing machine, clock, 2 sets dishes, cuckoo clock, Hoover vacuum, double maple bed dresser, rockers, costume jewelry, pictures, cooking utensils, misc. hand tools, bric-a-brac, misc. dishes, etc. ANTIQUES: 5 pieces carnival glass, marble top dresser, 3 blanket chests, softwood cupboard, jugs, crocks, trunks, pictures, glass door music cabinet, mantle clock, cane seat walnut chab?, blue platter, wines, cake plate, jewelry boxes, oak wardrobe, misc. pressed glass, china, etc. · REAL ESTATE I P . M. The undersigned will offer all that tot of ground and improvements known as 117 West South St., fronting approximately 33 ft. on the North side of W. South St. with a depth of 190 ft. more or less and being more particularly described hi a deed from Raymond C. Speaks and Lnla Maude Speaks, his wife, unto Mary E. Woerner, deceased, (also known as Mary Jane Woerner Smith) dated August 5, 1942 and recorded in Liber 434, Folio 480, one of the Land Records of Frederick County, Md. Property is improved with a modern (2) two story (8) eight room brick dwelling with side entrance, metal roof, bath, oil fired hot water furnace, hardwood floors downstairs, outside cellar entrance. Property has been maintained. FOR INSPECTION: Pho. 6634374. TERMS OF SALE: Personal property cash, not responsible for accidents. Real estate, 10% deposit day of sale, bal- aance upon ratification of sale by Orphans' Court for Frederick County. Real estate taxes will be adjusted to date of sale and ail costs of conveyancing including deed Revenue Stamps at expense of purchaser. Possession upon settlement. WILLIAM C. WOERNER KENNETH McC. WOERNER Personal Representatives H. REESE SHOEMAKER, JR. ALTON Y. BENNETT, Attorneys JOHN L. PONTON, Auctioneer THOMAS BENNETT, Clerk PUBLIC SALE Estate of Geo. M. Savage, Prostburg, Md. The undersigned win sell on the Savage premises located hi Frostburg, Md. (Take Grant St. South off Route 40 in town of Frostburg and after passing Frostburg Memorial Cemetery, bear left and foUow sale signs, (Grahamtown) on SATURDAY, JUNE 6,1970 AT 10:30 A.M. DST TO-WIT: Walnut extension table, old jelly cupboard, maple rocker, hardbottom dining room chairs, organ stool, old trunks, 6 oak dining room chairs, softwood drop leaf table, modern dining room extension table, walnut stand, quarter oak table, oak sideboard, Frigidaire, combination coal and gas range, pie safe, platted rugs, clocks, cedar blanket chest, pair matching end tables and lamps, 4 pc. modern bedroom suite, 3 pc. modern bedroom suite, platform rocker, floor lamps, magazine rack, 8 pc. modern dining room suite, end tables, Morris chair, oak rocker, 9x12 rug, scatter rugs, 4 pc. oak leather seat suite, Foster upright piano and bench, round library table, walnut deep frame, cottage bureau, pictures, mirrors, chestnut wardrobe, old quilts and comforts, small washstand, 2 cane seat parlor chairs, double iron bed and springs, chiffe- robe, oak bureau, small washstand, blanket chest, walnut cottage bureau with mirror, single bed with springs, turtle back trunk, gas heater, small washer, Prima washer, glass and chinaware, brie a brae, crocks, coal buckets, stone jars, stone jugs, silverware, tin tubs, etc., also wooden tub. TOOLS, ETC.--Metalcraft power lathe with chucks, attachments, gauges, parts, etc. complete and made by South Bend. Bench vise, electric motors, hand tools, parts, compressors, shoemaker kit, grindstone, hardware parts, motor oil, garden tools, rubber hose, fishing tackle, pots and pans, picture frames, stereoscope and views, old wheat flail, old mowers and grain binder, gram cradle, large blacksmith anvil, nail kegs, iron kettle, steel drums, old 1930 Chev, motor, auto parts, forge, oM tongs and hand tools, etc. and many items needless to mention, including items moved from the residence at 102 W. College Ave. Full day sale. Lunch by Ladies of St. Michael's Church. Not responsible for accidents, no inspection prior to day of sate. TERMS--CASH on day of sale before removal. Subject to Md. 4% Retail Sales Tax unless purchasers have Exemption Certificate for re-sale. M. ELAINE CHILDS, Admrx. c.t.a. Estate of Geo. M. Savage Sale conducted by BOWLUS AUCTION SALES SERVICE EMMERT R. BOWLUS, Auctioneer L. BOWLUS K. ALEXANDER, Clerks Frederick, Maryland Lunch by Ladies of St. Michael's Church TRUSTEES' SALE , CARROLL COUNTY, MD. ^. ,, at PUBLIC SALE, « " the F. EDNA REEFER FARM, JjJJ^f^yiVlile mUe Carroll County, State of Maryland, on SATURDAY, JUNE 6, 1970 AT ll:M A. M. the buds and premises of the late F. Edn» Keefer """ P «, feu and fronting apprwdmately folfo 3tt, etc. This property is improved with an with oU hot air heat and bath, 3 porches, large barn, r SoirgarageT wagon shed and other outbuildings. Two good wetooJ i the ^premfees. AM property taxes to be adjusted to date of settlement. TERMS OF SALE: Ten Per Cent (10%) oi Mta » P«*J»£ price to be paid on day of sale. Balance payable at date of settlement. Settlement to be made no later than ^ days from date of ratification of sale by the Court. *D transfer and recording tares and expenses to be paid by purchaser. MARKER J. LOVELL STANFORD HOFF, Trustees Auctioneer: STERLING BLACKSTEN PAWNBROKER'S OUTLET 61 South Market St., At Tho Bridgo NEW Diamond Rings Watches Jewelry Shot Guns USED Binoculars Cameras Musical Instruments Etc. GUARANTEED WATCH REPAIRS BIOL-MED-INSTR-MANUFACTURER Has Openings For: MACHINISTS SHEET METAL MECHANICS ASSEMBLERS PROD. RECORD CLERK Citizenship Not Required Excellent Company Benefit* With Grot* Opportunity Come See Us Or Call Immediately (301) 427-1522 CANALCO INC. 5635 Fisher Ian* Rocfcvilto, Md. ·^mr- ~^m^^ -^PB^" ~^^^" -^o^^" *^*r^- -^^^- -^«^ -^·^- -^^- -^TM- · GRAND OPENING CAVALIER MOBILE HOMES WEST Rt. 140 at Gorsuch Road, Westminster Fri., June 5, Sat., June 6, Sun., June 7 Free Gifts Gifts For Children Free Washer And Dryer With Each Home Ordered During The Grand Opening PHONE 876-1212 WICKES I Lumber Supply Is Looking For A Carpet And Floor Covering Salesman Excellent career opportunities with WICKES LUMBER CO., one of America's largest merchandiser of bldg. materials. New Carpet Dept. opening in our store offering security and top earnings to man with experience selling carpeting and related items. Attractive salary plus commission based on sales. Comprehensive company paid insurance programs as well as differ profit sharing retirement plans. Equal Opportunity Employer Apply WICKES ^* i ^^ Lumber Building Supply Company Rt. 355, 1V Mi. South Of Rt. 40 ·IWSPAPERf

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