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THE NEWS, Frederick, Maryland Saturday, Jne ·, lfH Paf»A-7 Policeman Adopts Wash Bowl Baby NEWYORK(AP)- A pttrol- man who found an abandoned baby girl in a hotel wash basin and said he wanted to adopt her hat gotten his wish. The Social Services Department said Friday that the girl will be placed as soon as possible in the home of Patrolman Jim Scott on a foster parent arrangement Scott, 37 and father of three, said when he rescued the infant May 28: "When I felt that child's heartbeat and knew there was a chance she might live, everything around me seemed to jump." Manager James David Bristol of the Milwaukee Brewers was born at Macon, Ga., in 1933. ANTIQUES HOUSEHOLD PUBLIC SALE SATURDAY, JUNE 13, 1970 !·:·» A. ML This is an Execntor Sate for the Estate of The late Fannie P**fe. Sate will be OB the premises located on Route No. 144 ia the Town of Lisbon, MA, the Fourth election District of Howard Gouty, Maryland. Gone with the Wind Lamps, t pc. Walnut Veneer bedroom spite, maple single bed, cane bottom chair, old mantel clock, cuckoo clock, cedar wardrobe, walnut secretary, fireplace set, clothes tree, carnival glass dishes ft vases, pressed glass, ·Ishes, mahogany dining room suite, mahogany framed mirror, Wing back chair, PINE DEACONS BENCH, LOVE SEAT ft 2 CHAIRS, Hat top desk ft swivel chair, flower boxes (cop. per lined), pots, pans, Jars, floor lamps, several stands ft chairs, S pc. bedroom suite, fireplace screen, old lantern, swinging churn, electric fireplace log, automatic electric heater, R.C.A. Television, rugs, G.E. vacuum cleaner, Speed Queen wringer washer (perfect), wash tubs, on stand, boning board, lawn umbrella, gardening tools, flower stands, electric ice cream freezer, 2--gold handcarts, elec. horse cupper, 22 auto, riffle, iron skillets, dinette set w/6 chairs, Kitchen table w/4 chairs, kitchen cabinet, 16 cu. ft. chest type freezer, table pad, end tables, elec. can opener, radio, waffle iron, elec. mixers, window fans, G.E. elec. blanket (never used), vanity lamps, tennis racket, Frigidaire ironer, mirrors, lawn chairs, and many more misc. items. Auctioneers: STREAKER ft RIDGELY Clerk: M. CRAIG A. CECIL POOLE, Executor Lisbon, Maryland Not Responsible For Accidents Lunch Rights Reserved AN AUCTION CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 9:30 a.m., at Cafritz Constr Co yard, 620 So. 15th St., Arlington (Wash. D.C.), Va.; company quitting business, selling everything; all owned by Cafritz. Link Belt 108A truck crane (40-ton) on pract new 4 x 8 carrier; Lorain L820, 2V4 yd crane; L82Q shovel and hoe fronts; Marion 43M dragline; 43M shovel front; Lima 34 dragline; 34 shovel and hoe fronts; clam and drag bkts; Cat 944 rubber tired loader; Cat 933 loader; A.C. HD16G loader; Broco 'F' loader-hoe; Cat D-2; Mity Cat crawler; McK-T DE30 diesel pile-hammer; 60,105, 181 and 315 compr's; B-S 3-wheel roller; Gallon grader; pumps; welders; dble drum sheepfoot. 2,000 units of CFC tubular scaffolding (sell in lots of 400); CFC S2-49 and frames, 4 ft extensions, half frames and I-beams; (5) Beaver-Ad model 5000, 200 ft tubular hoist towers; (5) Clyde 425A6A dble drum hoist 'frames^ (6) '66 Mack R400 tandem dumps; (7) Reo, Dia T and Mack Tandem dumps; flat-dump, step vans, power wagon, stake-dump, vanette, fuel and flatbed trucks; Jahn tilt-trailer; G-R 38-50* shop equip; many saws; grinders; drills; elec hammers; many air tools; space heaters; vibrators; curb and gutter forms; hoists; sheds; cabinets; column clamps; 'H' beams; many 4x4 fir beams; tools and many, many other items. WRITE-WIRE-CALL Auctioneers for complete sale list! Terms: Complete payment sale day or, on-the-spot-financing- available to contr's; cert or cashier cks accepted, personal or Co cks must have bank letter! Everything- Positi vely-Sells-to-Hi ghest-Bidders ! CAFRITZ CONSTR. CO., Owner Arlington (WashD.C.) (703) 684-5577 FORKE BROTHERS THE AUCTIONEERS Lincoln, Nebraska 321 Sharp Bldg (402) 432-1045 FORKBROTHERS MI MAW MIS. Lincoln, Nebraska [QUIfMlW AUCTION /F4DWSH/P S/WCf 1921 I PUBLIC SALE PERSONAL PROPERTY ESTATE OF NANNIE C. KLIPP Near Gambrill Park, Frederick Co., Md. The undersigned Personal Representative In the Estate of Nannie C. Hipp will sen personal property at the farm residence located along Rt. 40 just N. of Rice's Bright Spot Restaurant and Motel, 3'/ 2 mi. W. Frederick, Md. on WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17, 1970 AT 10:30 A.M. TO-WIT: ANTIQUES-Seth Thomas shelf clock, Adams cane seat rocker, softwood bureau, walnut home made bureau, 12 ga. single bbl. snot gun, Stottlemyer ladies chair, 3 spindle back hardbottom chairs, ladder back rocker, wardrobes, walnut server, cast iron horse, 3 albums, 2 old poster beds, 4 bentwood chain, I cane seat rockers, jelly safe, oil lamps, softwood cupboard, 2 peck measures, old hogshead, 2 wood tubs, meat block, i small wooden tubs, old ladles and dippers, wooden bench, some old glass and china, cooking utensils. ·I butchering kettles, old harness, 2 horse wagon grain cradle, sausage staffer, Grinder, Dayton meat slicer, electric roaster, sweeper and attachments, brass bed and springs, wooden beds, mirrors, part walnut Dutch table, old conch, meat saws, skillets, lanterns, old cream separator, Maytag wringer washer, copper wash boiler, crocks, stone jars, oak extension table, Qualified coal or wood range, metal kitchen cabinet, tables, 9x12 rug, scatter rugs, Singer treadle sewing machine. Frigidaire combination refrigerator and freezer good as new, spinet desk and chair, oak glass door china closet, Rose Pattern china dinner service for 12 (112 PCS.), cake plate, Daily bread plate, glass and china, davino bed, platform rocker, towels, linens, lamps, Zenith Console Color TV like new, SZ pc. set flat silverware, pedestal oak extension table, S leather seat dining room chairs, 7 pc. bedroom suite, cedar chest, 3 PC. mahogany leather covered claw foot parlor suite, odd pieces, McCormfck-Deerlag 7 ft. binder like new, JD con planter, riding com plow, harness, side delivery rake, dump rake, wheefcarrow, com binder, plows, wheat fan, platform scales, oM Chev. truck (Junk) hand tools, etc. and many items not listed. TERMS-CASH OB day if sate. Subject to 4% Md. Retail Sates Tax. Not responsible for accidents OK premises. MURRAY H. FOUT Personal Representative Estate of Nannie C. KUpp MURRAY H. FOUT, Attorney EMMERT R. BOWLUS, Auctioneer BOWLUS ft ALEXANDER, delta Loach Rights Reserved PUBLIC SALE I Sorth I redtu I wiB sell where I resUe ataa* Rt. No. 75. 1M mL if IJbertytowB, between Libertytom ft New LM*M, Fred's"SATURDAY, JUNE 13,1970 AT 11 A.M. D.S.T. THE FOLLOWING: C kitchen ehalrs. 4 settd bet. ample chain, dinette table, f»Ult« chain. Sylvan!* T.V. (food). Metal be*. psttaMe record player, platfent rocker, kitchen cablaet. t Ige. taffeta. ·U Tfetrola * 78'g records, metal fitter, 2 radios, 2 old Tte las, eM waJB cteck, baggy robe, S ft C gaL steae crocks, eU cream Jar, Columbia 12 ga. sbat gu. N. Y. arms e*. shot gu, tt rifle, shse last, hone collar, cast Iran ckaak stove, apple ·eeter, cherry seeder, rocker, elec. cooker, some dishes, etc. TOOLS-Homelfe chaw saw, grindstone, wire stretcher, sledge hammer, gardea tools, sausage griader. sythe. dig iron, flshlag rod * reel, phunbiag took, hand tools, gardea sprayer, chahi tighteaer. step ladder, T.V. TUBES * TOOLS-Hkkodt model No. CM tube tester, volt, meter, M varies* T.V. tubes ft tools ft supplies, etc. Other articles too numerous to men- TERMS-CASH. Not resp. for any accidents oa premises. MRS. EMMA W. SHELTON PH. 8S8-9J14 AUSTIN BOHN, Auctioneer I PUBLIC SALE REAL ESTATE PERSONAL, Dawsonville, Montgomery County, Md. I will offer real estate and personal property at my residence in Dawsonville, Route 28 between Darnestown and Poolesville, on SATURDAY, JUNE 20,1970 AT 10:00 A. M. to-wit: PERSONAL (ANTIQUES), ETC. -- 6 cane seat parlor chairs, walnut extension table, 2 bootjack hardboUom chairs, S oak cane seat chairs, 6 oak hardbottom chairs, old ice refrigerator, washstands and bureaus, 2 drawer ONT cabinet, Windsor spindle back rocker, oak mantel clock, 2 phonographs, old shoemakers' bench and tools, chad's nigh chair, turtle back trunk, old yarn winder, buggy lamp, part of china toilet sets, cottage bureau, towel racks, cast iron stove, Rayo lamp, blue quilted Betty lamp, walnut case pump organ in good condition, some old glass and china, pictures, mirrors, old wheel wrlght tools, wood lathe, hand tools, pitcher pump, mahogany dining room suite, sausage staffer, sewing horse, old cards and stamps, sewing machine, oak rockers, pots, pans, cooking utensils, etc. for all day sale. REAL ESTATE -- 2 acres of land, more or less, and described as the first parcel of land in a deed from Gladys E. Gervais, et./aL to Oscar F. Stang, January 18, IMS, and recorded in Liber C.K.W. No. 959, Folio 233, one of the land records of Montgomery County, Maryland. The parcel of land is improved with an 8 room stone and frame dwelling with metal roof. The bouse is wired for electricity but has no modern conveniences. There are also several outbuildings. Ihe lot has considerable frontage on the unproved road. The real estate will be offered at 12:30 P. M. on the premises. TERMS OF SALE -- Personal property, cash on day of sale, and sunbject to 4% Md. Retail Sales Tax. Real Estate- Ten per cent of purchase price on day of sale in cash or acceptable check and balance in cash on or before July 30. 1970. Possession upon full settlement. The premises may be inspected any time, but dwelling will be open only on day of sale. Not Responsible for Accidents on Premises. OSCAR F. STANG, Owner EMMERT R. BOWLUS, Auctioneer Frederick, Md. - Phone 662-1881 BOWLUS ALEXANDER, Clerks Lunch win be served PUBLIC SALE VALUABLE HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS American Kem-Co. Corp., subsidiary of Funkhouser Industries, having in its name most of the furnishings, private and personal, of the late R. J. Funkhouser, now finds it expedient to sell all furnishings located on parking lot, Funkhouser Office Building, 3rd. Ave., Ranson, W. Va. SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 1970 9:30 A.M. (D.S.T.) FURNITURE Breakfront, (Regency style); pr. walnut dressing cabinets joined by 2-drawer dressing table, shelf (Regency style); 4-drawer mahogany chest (Serpentine front); walnut corner cupboard; mahogany coffee table made up of 8 wedge shaped table (Kittinger); mahogany director table and 8 arm chairs (Chippendale style); cherry china closet; 2 oval tables (Brandt); Rococo style bronze and crystal chandelier; Queen Anne 5-pc. set (Backgammon table and 4 walnut chairs); Magnavox Console, radio,-phone color TV combination; 2 Empire candle stands (gold and black); Ming Dynasty carved rosewood bench; Ming Dynasty teakwood console table; 4 upholstered sofas with bolsters; (2 green and 2 gold on Ivory Lawson style); pr. Tibetan lacquered wall plaques (rare - 16th or 17th Century); Chinese scroll (birds); teakwood china wall plaque; 2 green leather wing chairs (Bagby); carved fruitwood strap hinges bar; oval walnut table; pine corner cupboard (Open face); drum table with leather top; fruitwood lamp table; 2 Asiatic console tables; walnut end table (slate top); 2 black antique Chinese tea caddies; Sealy sofa bed; partners desk with leather top and brass feet and pulls; Executive desk (39x76x29); several office desks; pr. end tables; 3 complete bedroom suites including 1 6-pc. fruitwood (Regency style); l 6-pc. carved walnut (Italian Provincial); 1 5-pc. platnium (French style); 3 framed oil paintings by Jean Bowman, (subject, Horses); oil painting F. H. McKay; 2 leather wing chairs; 2 leather swivel chairs; club lounge; Empire arm and slipper chairs; pool table; numerous lamps including 2-pr. Venetian glass, 2 5' Chinese lace work bronze, lacquered wood base, 2 brass coach lanterns and 2 marble base bronze candle style; Magic Chef electric range, (new). ORIENTAL RUGS Kirman (9'-8" x 14'-7"); Chinese (8'-ll" x 12'); 3 Iranian scatter, 2 (4' x 6') and 1 (3' x 4'); Blue and Rose(8* 10"x 11'4"); MostlyRed(19'8"x 16'8"). SILVER, CHINA GLASSWARE -7-pc. Sheffield silver service, Sheffield lazy susan; Sheffield meat platter; Lenox-Roselyn Rose China; Japanese Bone China; hand-decorated plate; Bohemian vase; lacquered nut dish; Fostoria goblets, etc. HEALTH EXERCISE EQUIP. Exercycle, Figurama exerciser Massager; Hanovia Neptune lamp; gymn mat; abdominal rack and board; roller massager; chest pulley weights; stall bars. LINENS--Misc. Odds and Ends and other articles far too numerous to mention. AUCTIONER'S NOTE--There will be a public showing in the auditorium ot the Funkhouser building on Sunday, June 14, 1970, between the hours of 2:00 and 5:00 P.M. These furnishings are the finest in excellent condition and worthy of your attention. TERMS-CASH: NOTHING TO BE REMOVED UNTIL SETTLED FOR. MILLER-THARPE--Auctioneers FURR-MORELAND-Clerks CLOSE OUT AUCTION Lawrence's Market, formerly Hurleys Store, 4'/: miles South of Rt. 40 on Rt. 27, l»'z miles North of Damascus on Rt.27. We will sell the following on: THURSDAY, JUNE 11, 1970 AT 7 P.M. Warren Walk-in refrigerator 6' x 8'. Frigidaire refrigerator, Warren dry box-mod. B-6-R, Warren meat show case (8 ft. long), meat computer Defiance scale, Toledo meat band saw mod. 5200-002. Globe elec. meat slicer, elec. tenderizer steak maker model 200, meat grinder- Stimpson mod. 5511, meat chopping block 24" x 24", knives, cleavers, other meat cutters utensils, 2 G.E. window air conditioners, Ig. Perfection chest freezer, 13 cu. ft. upright freezer, 2 glass showcases-4 ft., set of Standard produce scales, produce cabinet mod. C4DS-8, R.C. Allen cash register series 55, 2-6 ft. counter tops, Monogram oil heater-80200 BTU w/fan, 5 pc. dinette set, 10 gal. milk can. 300 Ib. air compressor, Ig. safe, Hotpoint automatic washer, 4 dr. chest, Groceries and dry goods left on day of sale. All display racks. Mr. Mrs. Edward Lawrence, Owners] TERMS--CASH. For inspection call 829-2474. THOMAS 'JACK' BOONE, Auctioneer 301--829-1262 TORY HILL CORP. SALE THURSDAY, JUNE 11, 1970 GUERNSEY SALE BARN LANCASTER, PENNA. Sale held at the Guernsey Sale Barn located 6 miles cast of Lancaster, Pa. on Rte. 30. Sale held in tent immediately behind sale barn. 100 REGISTERED HOLSTEINS (All the saleable milking age animals and a cross- section of the heifers from Tory Hill Corp. herd and Quality FarmsherdatLakeville.Coiin.) Certified, T. B. Accredited Ready for immediate shipment anywhere. Exam for Preg. Mastitis. FIVE DAUGHTERS OF OSBORNDALE IVANHGE SELL!! And about half the group selling bred to an "EX" sonof"Ivanhoe". WEISSDALE OSBORNDALE GERBEN "VG" SELLS!! Res. All-American and All-Penna. 1964. 3-3 366d. 2x 26,022 M. 3.5% 908 fat. MANY BRED TO ELM-BECCA COLANTHA IVAN "EX"!! Son of "Ivanhoe" from a great cow family. His dam "EX"-778f completes 4 consecutive generations of cows with high test and "EX" mammary systems. HALF OF GROUP SELLING BRED TO RES. ALL AMERICAN "MARQUIS"SON!! Homestead Farm Maple Echo "EX". Res. All-American Aged Bull 1969. Dam with 1102 fat. NOTE!! Tory Hill Corp. purchased the entire dairy herd of Royal Mark Dairy from N.H. that had a herd agerages to over 600-lbs. fat, and 16,000 Milk. Those milking age salable cattle will be included in this sale. This is being held under emergency conditions because of a severe labor shortage in Conn. There has not been time for an extensive advertising program. This will be to the buyers great advantage. MAKE YOUR PLANS NOW TO ATTEND AND BUY FROM THIS OPPORTUNITY SALE!! Sale starts 11:00 A.M. Catalogs R. AUSTIN BACKUS INC. Sale Mgrs. Auctioneers Mexico, N.Y. Lunch Available Under Tent TORY HILL CORPr,4)wners Lakeville, Conn. AMERICAN KEM-CO CORP. GLADE VALLEY Daily Cattle Sales HOLSTEIN AUCTION THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1970 50 CANADIAN WISCONSIN PURE BRED GRADE COWS HEIFERS 50 EVENING SALE 7:30 P. M. ALL FRESH OR VERY CLOSE SPRINGERS Selling at the sales barn opposite Lehigh Cement Co. plant along Route 550, one mile east of Woodsboro, Frederick County, Maryland. Mr. Kolb is sending a good selection of young cows and large first calf heifers sired by and bred to top bulls, one P. B. service age bull sired by Eagle Point Designs Bous born 6-2-69 and out of an outstanding cow. Several P. B. Canadian heifer calves. We will have local fresh and close cows heifers. Plan to attend this evening sale. I am sure you will be pleased with the quality of cattle offered. T. B. Bangs tested. Individual health charts. TERMS: CASH. Not responsible for accidents. Sale in tent. For inquiries Phone 845-8815. GEORGE WM. SMITH Sale Mgr. Auctioneer New Midway, Md. LESLIE U. HUTZELL, Clerk Refreshments Available 300 ACRE VALUABLE CARROLL COUNTY FARM E arly possession - selling as 4 parcels or in the entirety TWO OF THE PARCELS ARE SMALL WOODLAND ALONG COUNTY ROAD. Due to demanding interest of other businesses in Howard County, the owner desires to sell ON THE PROPERTY located along Roop Road just West of Route 194, 2 miles South of Taneytown, 21 miles North of Frederick City, 8 miles Southeast of Emmitsburg, Md. Watch for sale signs on SATURDAY, JUNF 20, 1970 At 11:00 A.M. Farm consists of slightly rolling productive Penn Silt loam soils with fresh water "PINEY CREEK" flowing through and around the, farm. Also there is a SPRING FED STREAM located on the property flowing into Piney Creek. Property is improved with 4 houses, 30 stall dairy barn and dairy house, 12x50 silo, large bank barn, grain bin, wagon shed, wells and other miscellaneous buildings. This farm has much to offer whether it be a dairy or beef farmer, the speculator or recreational investor. Write or call the Auction Compam for full brochure and more details. JAMES G. TROUT AUCTION AND REALTY, INC. k.i 15 North Court Street Frederick, Maryland Auctioneers and Sale Mgr. Phone 301 - 662-6231 ANTIQUE AUCTION MDSE. FROM WIDMEYER AND BUNNELL ESTATE (Over 2,000 Items) FREDERICK FAIR GROUNDS FREDERICK, MD., E. PATRICK ST. EXT. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10,1970 AT 10 A.M. Mahogany inlaid high chest OO feet, GRANDFATHER CLOCK broken arch 1800, carved column wood works shelf clock orig. painting, 3 CORNER CUPBOARDS, glassdoors (2 pine--1 wal.) w/drws clr 1800-40, 2 vict finger carved sofas, 2 ladies side chairs, 2 gents arm chairs all 1850, 2 early American cradles, wal. post office. Mahogany ROLL TOP DESK, Clark spool cabinet desk 6 drw., early pine tow side board refin., Misc clocks incl. wall regulators, key hole, French onyx, Ship Clock, Z coach clocks, key wind gold watch, trunks, doll house, 2 tilt top tables refin. Viet Wal. roll top secretary, many other pcs. furniture. Various pcs. of silver incl. 5 pc. tea set hall mkd 1000, candelebras, SP shakers, box, etc., Fruit and game plates portrait, shaving mugs, set of china, SP collection (100), 2 oval china closets, collection of GERMAN STEINS, METTLACH, mettlach type pitcher and covered jug, 2 French Cameo type vases, Oriental: lamp, bowls, don, carved figures, prints, etc. Over 200 pcs. of art, colored, and cut glass, Pattern glass, signed Galle, Mary Gregory, cranberry, satin glass, etc. TIFFANY TYPE hanging lamp, table leaded lamp, rare cranberry table lamp, choice pink GWW lamp, Overlay ruby cut glass banquet lamp, 6 miniature lamps (red satin, pink quilted, cosmo, etc.) CARNIVAL: water set Amethyst, blue compote "N", 31" SEVfON-HALBIG DOLL, bisque head, many other fine pieces. Many brass and copper items incl. teakettles, lamps, Strings of large sleigh bells, hand bells, Farm dinner bell, LIONEL STD. GA. train set (mint), 1935 Marx Train set, Tammany Mech Bank, Pigmy Bow and Arrow set, STAMP COLLECTION, old travel folders, post cards, mlsc papers, scrap books, many quilts, coverlets, lap robes, Port. Chord elec. organ, 8 MM proj. like new, box lots of misc.; furniture in rough, frames. An items of glass and furniture are of excellent quality. Many items too numerous to mention. Sale will be held rain or shine in large bldg. on Fab- Grounds. Seats will be furnished. All Mdse. must be removed day of sale. TERMS: CASH and 4% sales tax. Not Responsible For Accidents Auct.: JAMES TROUT Lunch Rights Reserved PAUL F. FOGLE New Market, Md. PUBLIC SALE OF 200 HEAD OF LIVESTOCK Located on the Robert Mullendore Farm, 10 miles south of Hagerstown, Md.. on the Boonsboro-Williamsport road (Route 68) 4 mites west of Boonsboro, Md., and 2 miles east off Sharpsburg Pike at Lappans Crossroads on SAT. EVE., JUNE 13, 1970 AT 7:M P.M. 200 HEAD OF HOLSTEIN HEIFERS AND FEEDER CATTLE Consisting of 159 Holstela heifers ranging from started heifers to close springers. One reg. 2 yr. old double bred Gay Hill Victor polled Hereford bull, Grade Angus bull, balance will be feeder cattle from 900 to 700 Ibs. These are home grown cattle, most have been OR grass with all necessary animals Bangs A T. B. tested within 30 days of sale. TERMS: CASH. Not responsible for accidents. Sale Managed and Conducted by: ROBERT C. MULLENDORE Phone 582-«5t6 Clerk: C. L. METZ Sale held under roof with Lunch available on grounds. Cattle May Be Inspected 1 Afternoon Of Sale I ASSIGNEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE DWELLING IN FREDERICK COUNTY By virtue of the Power of Sale contained in a Mortgage of William E. Lane and Katie M. Lane his wife, to The Fredericktown Savings and Trust Company, now Fredericktown Bank Trust Company, a body corporate, dated August 26, 1965 and recorded in Liber 732, folio 173, etc., one of the Land Records of Frederick County, said Mortgage having been assigned to the undersigned Assignee for the purpose of foreclosure, default having occurred in the terms and conditions of the said Mortgage, the undersigned will offer for sale at the Court House Door in Frederick City, Frederick County, Maryland, on THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 1970 AT 11:00 O'CLOCK A. M. all that lot or parcel of land situate, lying and being along the North side of Mt. Zion Road, one mile West of State Route 180, in Ballenger District, Frederick County, Maryland, and more particularly described as follows: BEGINNING at an iron pipe marker located North 38* East 20 feet from the center line of Mt. Zion Road and being the southeast corner of the lot hereby described and conveyed and running thence by and with the boundary line between the O'Hara property and the Rimes property, (1) North 38* East 142 feet to an iron pipe, (2) North 30» 07' West 232 feet to an Iron pipe and running thence by two lines of division now made, (3) South 38* West 208 feet to an iron pipe marker hi the north margin of said Mt. Zion Road, (4) South 38* West 20 feet into the center line of said road and with same, (5) South 46* 30' East 212.5 feet, (6) North 38» East 20 feet to the place of beginning, containing 1.00 acre, more or less, exclusive of County road. For Deed reference see conveyance from Ernest W. May, Jr., and Catherine V. May, his wife, to William E. Lane and Katie M. Lane, his wife, dated August 26, 1965, and recorded in Liber 731, folio 231, one of the Land Records of Frederick County. This property is improved with one story brick dwelling, containing 5 rooms and 2 baths, with oil fired forced ah- heat. The basement is finished with tile floor and one bath. It was constructed about 1965. TERMS OF SALE: A deposit of $1,OOO.M in cash or check acceptable to Assignee at time of sale,- balance in cash within five (5) days after ratification of sale by the Court. Interest to be paid on unpaid purchase money from date of sale to date of settlement. Taxes and all public charges to be adjusted to date of sale. All costs of conveyancing, Including documentary and transfer taxes, to be at the expense of the purchaser or purchasers. W. JEROME OFFUTT, Assignee The Offutt Building JAMES G. TROUT AUCTION Auctioneer W. JEROME OFFUTT, Attorney 23 West Second Street Frederick, Maryland 21711 Tel. 361-662-8248 AND REALTY, INC. EWSFAFLRI .'SPAPERf

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