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The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 9

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SOS The New*. Frederick, Md., Friday. November M, 1951 Fire In Auto Body Works Volunteer firemen by hand rolled scorched automobiles out from under a burning ceiling as a gene ral alarm fire broke out in the paint shop of the Frederick Auto Body Works, rear of 508 West Patrick street, early Thursday night. Quick action »y the firemen confined the damage to an estimated $1,500. The biggest part of the blaze was confined to the false ceiling on the north half of the cement-block quonset-type building. Firefightmg was done with booster streams and pike-poles pulling down the ceiling below the domed sheet-iron roof All city engines were called at 8-15 p. m after the first alarm was founded for the United engine, floodlight truck and Citizens hook- and-ladder Plenty Of Smoke When firemen arrived they found smoke pouring from the building on a wide lot behind a Route 40 service station Gail Willard Cook, operator* of the auto body works opened a small door permitting firemen to raise overhead door? and push two automobiles, both with first or priming coats of paint on them, from the shop The automobiles were rippling with fire where new paint had caught The horn of one machine was short-circuited and screeched raucously Not understandable to Capt Melvin Sen wearing of the Independent Hose Co, was the fact that the more scorched of the two automobiles had all windows up but upholstery vuthin was smouldering He dragged the burning upholstery out of the car when it was finally taken from the burning building Stove Found O-Kav A heating stove in the northwest corner of the paint shop was not found defective, the operator said. A nearby stand of open paint did not burst mtc flames although the ceiling overhead was burning slowly through the coated plywood and ready to explode in flames momentarily. Booster streams from four engines were u-=ed to quickly subdue the blaze No major hoselmos were coupled up Cook and his workmen weir working in the larger body shop at 508 West Patrick street when the lights went out in their building One of the workmen went outside j and saw smoke coming from the paint shop He «ei/cd a hand fire extinguisher and with (he pro pnetor began working on thp spreading blaze while the fire engine* were called. From directly in front of the burning building which i* detached from and slightly southeast of the body works, an attendant of the Het5 and Smith service station, 506 West Patrick, stopped filling an auto tank and grabbed another extinguisher. Half blinded by smoke the first volunteer firemen on the scene exhausted their supplies of chemical just as engines arrived Cook refused to reveal the names of the car owners He t.aid the loss is partially covered by insurance. Parental Negligence Blamed For 5 Deaths MART1NSBURG. W VH . Nov 29 /P)--A coroner's jury said today that the death of five children in a trailer fire here Saturday was due to parental neglect. The jury, after an inquest into the deaths of the five children of Mr. and Mrs Earl Martin Price, said the children "came to their deaths b means of third-degree burns caused by accidental fire due to the negligence of the parents of the children " Prosecuting Attorney Vance E Sencindiver said the verdict leaves the way open to ' possible criminal prosecution" of the parents Victims of the fire in their tiny tiailer home were 2-year-old twins, Edward Vernon and Charles Ted, Josephine * Robert Lee, 6 and Donald Eugene, 8 Testimony at the inquest conducted bv Coroner G O Martin, established that the children had been left to themselves in the trailer foi at least three hour? before the fire The mother. 38-year-old Mrs Helen Price, -said she was down at the city dump, trying to find a baby doll for the little girl The father. Earl Martin Price, said he had been separated from wife for about a month and had seen woikmg In an apple process- ng plant hcic The family came to \lartmsburg from Natural Bridge, V«, three months ago ARSONIST CONVICTED HAGERSTOWN Nov 29 i/T)--A Circuit Court jury convicted George W Courtney of Hnncopk today o setting fire to his automobile in an ffort to collect insurance A companion Stephen King o: Hancock, testified that aftei a minor accident, Courtney broke a bottlp of gasoline in the front seat and sel it ablaze Sentence w a s defer!rd Syria'* Pro-Russian Government Arrested DAMASCUS, Syria. Nov. 2fl /P-Syria"* new pro-Russian Premie and all his ministers were arrente today in a swift, bloodless militar coup bj Lt Col. Adib Shishekly power behind the scenes here sine 1949 Old rivalries were apparent be tweet, the dominant Populist Partj and the army Shishekly directs a chief of staff. The Syrian strong man neve gave Populist Marouf Dawalibi advocate of closer Arabic-Russian ties a chance to get set as succes so* to pro-Western Premier Hassan El Hakeen a backer of the pro jected Middle East Defense Com mand who resigned November 10 Less t h a n 2 4 h o u r s after Dawalibi succeeded in forming coalition Cabinet with the backing of his Populists, Independents anc the Moslem Brotherhood, the soldiers struck In addition to the miniKteis other Populist leadeis and independent members of Parliamen supporting their policy were rounded up Populist newspaper? were reported suspended Shishekly met with Piesident Hashim Bey Attasy, parliamentary leaders and other political figures It was expected that Dawalibi who had arranged to keep the Defense Ministry and resultant power over the armed forces for himself would be forced to resign ane someone outside Parliament would be »sked to form a new government. Suit For Specific Performance Is Filed Carrie M Dean, Middletown. has entered suit in Equity Court through her attorneys E Austin James and Beniamin B Rosenstock for the specific performance of a contract and partition of real estate subject to an owcltv a pro- Best-Known home remedy to relievo miseries of child's cold RUB ON Maryland -U. 8 Approved PnHornm Clean HatcherT Chlckn nvtUlablr Tuesdays and Fridays Started Chick* availabl* lor immediate dr- llvery Also a complrti 1 Hnc of poultry equipment, m-dtcine.i and MARYLAND CHICK HATCHERY, INC. 100 West Sooth St. Phon* 439 MONOCACY MOTORS MONOCACY MOTORS Bin YOUR NEXT CAR On Our Payment Plan J950 Old". Rockot 9B Sedan Radio Heatei Sunvis And W h i t e Wall Tires A Real Bm 1911 DodRp Sedan Radio and Heater nnh $1 84K 1950 Pl mouth Club Coupe Special Deluxe with Radio Heater and Original Black Finish $1 650 I94P Plvmputh Suburban Wltn Radio and Hosier These sre feu- and fai between at only $1 4P*) 1940 DodRe Coronet Sedan $1,645 1947 Chev Tudor, a Bargain Manv Other': At Low Prices MONOCACY MOTORS INC 615-17 N Market St Phone 150 U«pd Car Lot Jeffernon Street E\td Phone 1740-R Join Hospital Aid Today Oppn DAIRY FARM -- FOR SALE This fine farm is located lesss ihan four miles from Frederick on good hard road. 181 acres of land in high stale of cultivation. 135 acres of w h i c h is crop land. 21 acres permanent pasture w i t h stream and plenty of shade, balance woodland. Six-room home with hath. 60x100 hank and dairy barn (30 stanchions). 2 brick silos ( 1 2 x 4 0 ) , and all necessary outbuildings. Sale to include 34 head of cows. 4 heifers. 1950 Ford Tractor fully equipped, baler, wagons and all other necessary farm equipment new or in first class condition. Will sell farm alone or with stock and equipment. Call us for details and appointment to inspect. M.D. HARP AGENCY -Realtor* Pythian Castle Building Phone MONEY FOR MILLIONS St.Joseph ASPIRIN WORtD'S lARGEST S E L L E R AT I 0 KEY CHEV. SALES. INC. SEE THESE O K USED CARS AND TRUCKS BEFORE YOU BUY! 1949 Chevrolet Deluxe 2-Dr $1 325 1048 Chcvroli-t 4-Dr Deluxe 1095 1947 Studebakcr Champion 795 O K TRUCKS 1946 RPO Chnviis and Cib 4Q" 194fi Chevrolet 1-ton Pickup 695 GOOD VALUE TRUCKS 1942 Ford H^-lon and Cab 1941 Chcv li-S-to and Cab 47", 350 1938 Dodjjp Canopy Expiesi 175 KEY CHEVROLET SALES INC 106 E Patrick Si Phone 707 pedurn which ban not been used in th« Frederick County Court for a good many year*. The owelty procedure i« used to avoid a public sale when two people hold property as tenants in common. In this case Mrs Dean requests that the court decre* that her former husband, George L Uean of Middletown. be required to fulfill a contract concerning the real estate It i* understood that the court can appoint a commission which will appraise the two farms in question and then divide them in a manner so that the person taking the lower priced farm will be reimbursed in money. This is done so that both parties will be on an equal and equitable basis. TAX RATE CUT TOWSON, Nov 29 ff)--Baltimore County Commissioners today announced a $1 58 property tax rate --a two-cent drop from the current levy and the lowest rate Mnce 1946 Whvn You Heed COAL 0/1 202 Marked Ford Th» tax was »haved despite an alMime record high budget oi $16,172,207 50 However. tb« Commissioners doubled the special penny-a-pack county tax «n cigarette* and rt- Imponed a special five-per cent levy on distilled spirits, tobacco, ·nd commercial use of electrical, gas and telephone service FREE! FREE! FREE! Now You Can Get That HOLIDAY TURKEY ABSOLUTELY FREE with each Kelvinator Electric Ra~«e or Kelvtaator Freezer purchased before December 28, 1951. LIBERAL TRADE-IN CONVENIENT TERMS FISHER'S APPLIANCES Phone 151 "Kitchen SpeefcUirts" i3 E. Patrick St. LAWSOIS 7 MOTOR SALES HOW LUCKY ARE YOU Every day vou drive an old worn out car. you are taking your iff m your hands B i g h t now you can bu a good postwar used car at very reasonable cost The expense of keeping your piespnt car in good operating condition may be greater than the Oht of (jading for a good used ar If vou are driving a pie wai ear its present value may be sufficient down payment on a saf- r post-war car and the monthly jayments within your budget Come in and look over our fine election of used cars. All Our Cars Pncer! Less Than The New OPS Ceiling Cats In Stock From 37 To ·! Models if) Nash Amb Hvdra. $1795 49 Mercurj Cl Cpe 1495 48 Chev 2 Dr Sed 1,095 47 Buirk Super 2 Dr . 1 1 9 5 46 Ford 4 Dr Scd . 695 48 Croslev Sta Wagon . 395 Buj Now-- Buy Whs--? It'» The Guarantee Backed By Reputation LAWSON MOTOR SALES 03 N Market St Phone 2613-J 14-16 W. Patuck St Phont 2583 Concrete and Cinder Blocks Crushed Stone "Free State" Masonry Mortar Transit-Mix Concrete Lime 1 DAIRY FARM FOR SALE This 2U aerpn of rolling nnd most produrtiie land K located In upper Glade Valley. Improvement* include 8 room stone dwelling with electric w a t e r in kilchrn; garage: new concrete block cow burn with 30 ianrhions and 3 room milk house, bank barn and Inaflng itahlr connected bv concrete w a l k to ro« barn; silo; marhinrn shed, eic. All buildings and roof* have been painlrd this yrar and arr in excellent condition. Owner ask* $32,500 or be«t ofl«-r and w i l l finance responsible bu%er owning stock and equipment, for $7,500. cash and balance on long term low inleicsf mortgage. April or earlier possp»*ion can be arranged. Inspection by appointment only. t GEORGE M. CHAPLINE, Realtor Ruhland C. Boyer, Rep. REAL ESTATE, LOANS AND INSURANCE CHAPLINE BLDG., 110 W. PATRICK ST., PHONE 870 OR 1086 Member: Real Estate Board of Frederick, Inc. National Association of Real Estate Boards FOR SALE Located a; Frederick's finest residential section, this Ranch-type home is distinctive in every way. Two bed-rooms, den, living room-dining- room combination. Modern built-in kitchen with exhaust fan and Formica counter tops. Tile bath. Full basement divided Into two rooms. Attached garage. Immediate possession. Assistance with financing available. FOR DETAILS CALL HAMILTON HOMES, inc. 6 East Second S t , Frederick, Md. Phone 2307 PUBLIC SALE I will sell at public auction where I reside in Woodsboro Md., on SATURDAY, DEC. 1, 1951 BEGINNING PROMPTLY AT 10 A. M. THE FOLLOWING: ] 10-piece dining room suite. 1 FriRidaire electric range 1 Frigidaire Refrigerator 1 5 pioce chrome breakfast set, 1 kitchen table. 1 kitchen cabinet. 1 white enamel kitchen range with oil burners. 1 bureau, 1 vanltv with bench. 1 upright piano, 2 metal beds and springs, 1 oak bed, 1 bureau, 2 wash stands, 1 small blanket chest. 1 metal utility cabinet. 1 medicine cabinet, 1 ray-o lamp, 1 'J-piece living room suite, 3 clothes trees, 1 9x12 rug. 1 9x12 rug cushion, 1 trunk, 1 cradle, 1 baby crib, I 9x12 fibre rug, garden tools, lot of old pictures, lot of dishes, some iron stone china, some Haviland, several small stands, 2 fibre board wardrobes, 1 toaster, 1 occasional table, 2 end tables lot of curtains, several rocking chairs, several benches, lot of Jars and other things too numerous to mention. TERMS--CASH on day of sale. GLENN H. LENHART HARRY TROUT. Auctioneer EMORY CUTSHALL, Clerk FAIRVIEW AVENUE M. J. Grove Lime Co. TELEPHONE FREDERICK 2000 JtftN. HOSPITAL AID TOD A 17 YES! We Have LOUDEN Bora Cleaners Frederick Brick Works proudly presents the two new Louden Barn Cleaners designed to save your back and your time. Easy to ins t a l l a n d powerful enough to clean any size barn. Louden Barn Cleaners cost so little every farmer can afford them! LOUDEN tix GRADE- A NM tf BARM EQiHPMCNT LOOK AT IHEht FEATURES'- 1st flr.--L R. H} 2 x26; B. R. 13x13, semi-parlor 19x9U, kitchen and full bath. 2nd flr.--2 master bedroim, 2 average bedroms, full hath (tile), good closet space, and storage attic. Basement under entire house, laundry tubs, oil fired hot water circulatory s\stem. storm windows, fitted screens, Venetian blinds, attached single jrarage This house is in splendid repair and located on large well landscaped lot of TSxlSO running: back to paved alley. See It Today -- Price $17.500.00 NED S. ZEILER "REALTOR- 102 N. Court St. Frederick, Md. VISIT FREDERICK BRICK for Louden Equipment and nil the )atrst developments (or Farm* Rome or Industry. Erederick Brick Works lac. E. South St. Frederick, Md. PHon* 1124 PUBLIC SALE OF FURNITURE AND TOOLS (SOME ANTIQUES) CONDUCTED BY NULL AND NULL AUCTIONEERS Havmjf purchased all personal property of mv brother (Har- vev E. Smith) and several other persons, I the undersigned will ell on premises where I now reside located on East Eighth Street extended, Frederick City, Md., on WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1951 Beginning Promptly at 10:30 O'clock A. M. The Following To-WH: 1 nearly new gas stove, I oil stove in A-l condition: 1 Blue cook stove, 1 heatrola, 2 electric heaters, 10-piece Birds Eye maple bedroom suite, 1 antique sofa bed, 2 chairs and mirror, 2 antique kitchen sinks. 1 antique love seat and chair. 2 antique clocks, 1 antique wooden bed, 2 kitchen cabinets, 1 kitchen cabinet base, 2 round extension tables, 1 stand for book case, 1 settee, 1 double wardiobe, 1 double utility cabinet, 1 white kitchen cupboard. 2 reed chairs. 3 desk chairs, 1 wooden bed, 1 dresser, 1 single wardrob*. 2 oak bureaus, 1 chest of drawers. 10 stands, 2 rockers. 1 sofa and cover, 1 breakfast set, I porcelain top kitchen table, 1 babv bath, 1 child's chair, 1 arm chair, 1 sewing machine, 10 dining room chairs, 1 set of quilting frames, 1 iron bed and spring, 1 roll away bed, 2 folding springs, 1 iron cot, 2 ironing froards, 7 electric lamps, several oil lamps, 2 mission tables, 1 piano hench, 1 serving table. 1 basement table, several wash tubs, 4 rugs, any amount of china and glass ware, some are antique; also cooking utensils and pictures, 2 sleighs, 2 strings of sleigh bells, 1 heavv block and tackle with 200 ft. of rope, 1 light block and tackle with 150 ft. of rope, 1 new chain block and tackle, l-ton capct., never used; 1 small chain block and tackle, 2 small tool boxes, 2 lawn mowers. 1 garden plow, 1 wheelbarrow, I wooden car trailer, 1 goat cart, 1 large tin lined chest, 1 side saddle, 2 sets of plow gears, 1 nearly new pair of check lines, 2 new halters. 2 tan leather bridles. 1 yard swing. Any amount of miscellaneous articles not mentioned. NOTICE--AH of the'abov« property hi A-l condition. Plan l« attend this sale. TERMS OF SALE--CASH with cl«rk on tale d»y and no property removed until paid for. _, Lunch and refreshments will be served on the premise JESSE N. SMITH, Owner TOHN W. NULL * DELBERT 8. NULL, A«etio«««M RAYMOND L. KELLY, Clerk ································^^^···ii^^^l^BiHIHj^^H TELEVISION 8ALBC AND flBKVICB PHILCO MOTOROLA ZENITH MASONABLY PRICED INSTALLATIONS BOMB OWNZB MELVIN M. ENGLE «JSS8j BUDGET TERMS Back of Fort Office, M. Carroll St. . FAST SERVICE STRICT PRIVACY Loons up to $1500 GENERAL ACCEPTING! CORPORATION 244 No. Market, at Third Telephone Frederick 2791 VALUABLE FEE-SIMPLE REAL PROPERTY AND PERSONAL PROPERTY Pursuant to an order of the Orphans' Court of Frederic County, passed on the 5th day of November, 1951. and by \irtu. of the power of sale contained in the last Will and Testament o Charles H. Hoffman, deceased, the undersigned Sur\ iving E^ecu tors will offer at public sale on the premises one (1) mile Sout of Loys Station, two (2) mile North of Creagerstown, Freden County, Maryland, on SATURDAY. DECEMBER 15, 1951 at twelve (12:00) o'clock, noon, the following described persona property, to-wit: 2 old wag-on*, one horse -wagon, 150 hales ha. ona bal of barb wire. 3 saws, one bushel of potatoes, lot of tarred fruit, bedroom chairs, old wood bed, oak bureau, small vase. 2 drawei walnut spool cabinet, oil lamp, old ropp bed, blanket chest, .' gal. can of kerosene, walnut lap desk, chestnut corner cupboard galvanized bushel measure, old stove, 2 rockers, kitchen table small table radio, clock, and many other articles too numerous t mention. ' REAL ESTATE Immediately following- the sale of the abov* personal prop erty, on the premises, on the above date, the Surviving Executor will offer at public sale, all that real estate consisting of seve (7) room frame house, 5n good state of repair, improved wit* electricity, metal roof and outbuildings, poultrj house, corn crib stable and well, being all that real estate consisting of 65 acre more or less of which the said Charles H Hoffman, died seizet and possessed, fonr (4) acres is m woodland and balance is till able. For further title reference see Liber S H H No. 13 Folio 52 one of the Land Records of Frederick Count}, Maryland. TERMS OF SALE: Personal Property--CASH. For the re estate $750.00 at the time of the sale, the balance upon ratificati of the sale by the Orphans' Court of Frederick County. Posses sion upon ratification and payment in full of the purchase price Taxe«s to be adjusted to date »f sale. Convevancing costs including all United States Internal Revenue and State of Maryland Relief Stamps at the expense of the purchaser. GEORGE HOFFMAN WILLIAM KEMP Sur\ivmg Executors of the Estate of Charles H. Hoffman, deceased. EARL H HOFFMAN, Auctioneer RAYMOND L. KELLY, Clerk PUBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE AND PERSONAL PROPERTY Pursuant to an order of the Orphans' Court of Frederitf' County, Maryland, passed on the 5th day of November, 1951, to 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 mOe norxh 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-wit: Kelvinator. good as new; one corner cupboard, one cook stoy«, one range, round oak extension table, drop-leaf round table, 6 cane seat chairs, lot of kitchen and hardbottom chairs, 2 rockers, bu.- reau, dresser, wood and iron beds, stands, small R C.A. rdw, cabinet base, walnut wall cupboard. PHILCO 17" TELEVISION AND ANTENNA like new, silverware, electric hot-plate, meat saw, 3 crocks, 2 five gallon glass jugs, alarm clock, 12 gauge shot gun, lot of dishes, glasswre, lot of carpenter tools, saws, cross-cut saws, tool box, scythe, *x«. shovels, wheelbarrow, garden plow. 2 cutting boxes, S shovel plaw, l«wn mower, double trees, garden tools of ail hinds, and many other articles too numerous to mention. TERMS OF SALE--CASH. No property removed until settlement to made with clerk. GEORGE G, BLACK, ADMINISTRATOR OF THE ESTATE w OF LUTHER EARL BLACK, DECEASED.* REAL ESTATE Immediately following the sale of the above personal property, on the *ame 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 B acres and *2 square perches of land, more or less, improved with 8 room brisk and frame metal roof dwelling in good state of repair, with electricity, (table, 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 ii tillable and suitable for truck and poultJf farm. This property Is located on hard road convenient to towTn of Thurmont. For title reference see Liber No. 407 Folio 492, one of the L*nd Record* of Frederick County, Maryland. TERMS OF SALE--Full possession of the premises will be given immediately following the sale. A deposit of $500.00 will b* required of the purchaser or x purchasers on the date of sale, the balance to be paid upon delivery of a good and sufficient deed. All costs «f conveyancing, including Unite* States Internal Revenue Stamps and State of Maryland Relief Stamps, shail be borne by the pnrchwsr or purchaser*. State, County and Corporation faucet paid te January 1st, 1952. GEORGE G. BLACK, Acting as Agent for the Helm A of Lnthw Earl Black, Deceased EARL H. BOWMAN, Anetfoneer LLOYD C. MACKLET, Clerk WSPAP*RJ

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