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Pact B-2 THE POST, Frederick, Maryland Saturday. Jaae «, lf» Major League Roundup Yankees Trounee White Sox, 10-1 . NEW YORK (AP) - Bobby : Mureer drove in three runs with a pair of homers and Gene Hfi- . chad also had three runs batted in, leading the New York Yan- -kees past the Chicago White Sox . 10-1 Friday night for their four* ; th consecutive victory. :.. Right-hander Mel Stottlemyre, backed by an ll-hit attack, breesed to his fifth victory ; against four setbacks. He scattered five hits in going the dis- ;tance for only the second time in 13 starts. The Yankees clipped Jerry Janeski, 4-3, for three runs in . the four innings he worked, then tagged reliever Gerry Arrigo -for four in the fifth. Chicago 000 010 000-1 S 1 New York 110 140 12x-10 11 1 . Janeski, Arrigo (5), Sisk, (5), w*eaver(8) and Herrmann: Stottlemyre and Munson. W-Stot- , tletnyre, 5-4. L- Janeski, 4-3. HRs- New York, Murcer 2 (8), White (3). Red Sox 4; Athletics, 2 BOSTON (AP) -Curl Yattrem- ski broke a 2-2 tie with a tremendous two-run homer in the fifth inning and the Boston Red Sox went on to defeat the Kansas City Royals 4-2 Friday night The victory was Boston's third straight and fifth in six games while Kansas City dropped its fourth in a row. Yastrxemski unloaded on a 3-2 pitch by Kansas City starter Bill Butler, 2-4, and sent a drive over the Boston bullpen into the stands in right center for his 13th homer. Boston right-hander Mike Nagy picked up his first victory although he needed relief help from Vicente Romo when the Royals threatened in the eighth. Kans. City 000 110 000-2 8 1 Boston .. .200 020 OOx-4 6 1 Butler, Fitzmorris (6) and Rodriguez; Nagy, Romo (8) and Pavletich. W-Nagy, 1-0. L- Bvtler, 2-4. HRs- Kansas City, Oliver (10). Boston, Yastntenv ski (13). Podre*, 3 Cardinal*, 2 ST. LOUB (AP) - Clarence Gaston drove in two runs with a double and single in leading the Ron Perrtnoski had 31 saves for the Minnesota Twins in 1969. New York Met center fielder Tommy Agee was the 1966 American League rookie of the year as a member of the Chicago White Sox* John Nabors of Philadelphia lost 19 games in a row in 1916 for a major league record. San Diego Padres to a 3-2 victory over the St Louis Cardinals Friday night. Gaston's single to right with Jose Arcia at second base in die seventh broke up a duel between Dobson and Mike Torres. Earlier, the Padres* center- fielder had sent his club ahead 2-1 with a double behind a walk to Steve Hunts. The Padres, on a recent hitting tear, broke in front 1-0 in the first inning on a walk to Huntz and Nate Colbert's two- out double. The Cardinals tied it on Richie Allen's RBI single in the ottom of the same inning and battled back to tie at 2-2 in the sixth on Joe Torre's run-producing single. Pirofes 3; Babe Ruth hit 730 home runs during his major league career counting World Series and AU- Star games. TWO ON A .CATCH -Minnesota's right fielder nitht at RFK Stadium. Oliva Oliva made the Tony Oliva, right, and second baseman Frank catch. The Twins beat the Senators, 2-l.-(AP Quilici go after fly ball off the bat of Washing- Wirephoto) ton's Casey Cox in third inning action Friday Bill Hyndman Will Meet Bond lack In Final Match . NEWCASTLE, Northern Ireland (AP) - Bill Hyndman of Philadelphia continued his " cliffhanging play Friday with a , final hole 2 up victory in the .' British Amateur Golf Cham, pionship to gain a rematch in ' the final against defending champion Michael Bonallack of England. After earlier victories on the 19th, 20th and 21st holes and then a 3 and 2 triumph over Scottish Walker Cupper Charlie Green in Friday's quarterfi- nals, the 54-year-old Hyndman birdied the final hole to beat Ireland's Brian Hoey in the semifinals. Bonallack, who beat the American insurance broker 3 and 2 in last year's title round, reached the final with a 6 and 5 rout over Ron Napier of South Africa and a 2 and 1 victory over Bruce Critehley of Britain. The 36-hole final ending the gruelling week-long test over the Royal County Down 6,928- yard, par 71 course, will be Colt Training Camp Will Open July 19 The Baltimore Colts will shift their pre - season training camp to Colorado School of Mines in Golden, Colo., for three weeks in August, it was announced today by General Manager Don Klosterman. The Colts open training at .Western Maryland College on July 19. They will remain at the Westminster campus until August 7 when they leave for Oakland and their opening pre - season game with the Raiders. Following the Raider game, Baltimore will set up base at Brooks Field on the Colorado Mines campus in suburban Denver. The Colts will remain in Colorado through August 28, preparing for pre - season games at Kansas City (Aug. 15) and Denver (Aug. 22). "We were pleased to find a facility so convenient to our three Western pre - season games, "Klosterman said. "We have found the people at Colorado School of Mines great to work with and are looking forward to our training period there." The Colts will prepare for their final two pre - season contests (Detroit and Washington) at the University of Baltimore on Rogers Ave. Last summer Baltimore spent two weeks at California State Polytechnic College in San Luis Obispo, Calif., before pre - season games with Oakland and Houston. played Saturday. Hyndman, refusing to bow to fatigue or pressure, held a one hole lead entering the 548-yard final hole of his match against Hoey, who hit the green with his second shot while Hyndman landed in the bunker. However, Hoey took three puts to get down in par while Hyndman socked his third shot within four feet of the cup and clflM out the match with a biroie putt. He had less trouble against Green, taking a two up lead after six holes. That was cut to one as Hyndman made the turn in 35, but he increased that to two up with four holes remaining and closed the match on the 16th. Bonallack, seeking an unprecedented third straight title and his fifth in 10 years, had a much easier time as he needed only even par for the 13 holes against Napier to gain an early lunch break. Critehley gave him a rougher time, but the 35-year-old Bonal- lack sank a 20-foot putt for a birdie on the 17th hole in the afternoon to end that match. Critehley had made the quarters with a 2 and 1 victory over France's Didier Charmat, and Hoey beat John Glover of Ireland 4 and 3 in his first match. New Market New Market will host the Frederick Ramblers today at 2 p.m. 75-80 Drag-A-Way MONROVIA -- JackArnewpul- led away : from a field of nine top Super Pro Stackers for the class win-Friday night at 75-80 Drag-A-Way. Arnew and his 69 Barracuda took the win on the final .third round elimination run when ;.; ;; "Farmer" Jim Sins el fouled coming out of the hole, (the starting line). Arnew's time for the quarter mile was 9.97 seconds. He crossed the finish line at 138.88 mph. The "Farmer" and his 68 D. Con Duster Camaro took second place during the eliminations with a 9.89 ET (elapsed time) at 135.73 mph. Third place went to Pat McNeil and his ."Wacky Racer," a 68 Camaro. . First place in Super Stock Eliminator was taken by a girl, Carroll Burkett, intheDickBlan- ken sponsored 1968 SS-GA Mustang. She beat out Joe Mayhew's 68 Chevy D for the class win with a 11.81 ET at 114.94 mph. . Top Stock Eliminator was taken by A1 Lewis from Cochranville, Pa., in his C-S 67 Chevelle with a 11.69 ET at 104.04 mph. Bernard Milburn from Cumberland placed second with his 69 G-SA Dodge and an ET of 12.64. Modified Eliminator was picked up by Charles Coats from Rockville in his 55 E-MP Chevy with a 11.57 ET at 118.11 mph over Ron Cammarata from Baltimore in his 69 B-MP Ford. Junior Stock Eliminator went to Bill Parker in his N-S 65 Chevy from Riverdale. Shipley and Young from Baltimore won Factory Pure Stock Eliminator in their 68 Dodge. The Soring Club Championship was decided Sunday at Monrovia with the number one placing going to the Norris Ford Drag Club from Dundalk. Second went to Car Center Club and third was taken by the Chesapeake Racing Team. As an interesting side note, there were no Chevrolet racing clubs in competition and have not been for several years. A re-match 3 out of 5 match race was held Sunday between Farmer Mooneyham's D. Con Duster Camaro and Jack Arnew's 1969 Car Center Barracuda. The race went four rounds before the Farmer took the win. Farmer's best time was 10.04 ET at 133.12 mph while Jack's best time was a close 10.08 ET at 135.95 mph. Super Stock Eliminator went to Phil Quick from Baltimore in his 67 SS-C Camaro that turned 11.49 ET at 121.62 mph to beat out the "Turbo Terrific," a 69 SS-EA Chevy H. Modified Eliminator went to Brennan, Mathews and Gardner of Wheaton in their 55 E-gas Chevy with a 12.21 ET at 110.56 mph. Top Stock Eliminator was taken by Bud Shellenberger in a 1970 E-S Cobra sponsored by Norris Ford. His best ET was 11.96 at 113.92 mph. Carol Kile from Baltimore was the winning girl in the Powder Puff day competition with over 30 girls competing under the "dial your own handicap." Carol took the honors with a 68 Mustang and a 13.04 ET at 106.76 mph. Racing is now held Wednesday, Friday and Saturday nights at 75-80 Drag-A-Way. Dodgers, 0 PITTSBURGH (AP) - Bob Moose blanked Los Angeles on six hits for his third victory in a row and the Pittsburgh Pirates defeated the Dodgers 3-0 Friday night The Pirates got the only run they needed in the fourth inning when Richie Hebner got a triple when left fielder Manny Mota lost his fly ball in the lights, and Roberto Clemente followed with a run-scoring single. Moose, 6-4, struck out eight and walked none. The Pirates added a run in the fifth on Gene Alley's single, a sacrifice and Matty Alou's single and made it 3-0 in the sixth on successive singles by Al Oliver, Manny Sanguillen and Alley. Cubs, 72; Giants, 8 CHICAGO (AP)- The Chicago Cubs bombed Juan Marichal and three successors for 16 hits in a 12-8 victory over the San Francisco Giants Friday. Four Giant errors contributed to Cubs' triumph. In the sixth inning after the Cubs chased Marichal-victim of four unearned runs- Willie Mays collided with Bob Taylor chasing Johnny Callison's fly, jolting the ball out of Taylor's hands and felling the 39-year-old Mays. Mays spurned a stretcher brought on the field and walked off under his own power with bruised ribs and a slight finger cut. He did not return to the game. Callison'8 gift double with two-out kept alive the Cubs' second four-run inning of the game. It was followed by Ron Santo's two-run homer, off Frank Reberger, who wild-pitched across the first run in the Cub sixth after replacing Marichal. Jenkins yielded homers to Ken Henderson in the second and Willie McCovey in the third. San Fran. 021 000 005- 8 7 4 Chicago 401 014 llx-12 16 0 Marichal, Reberger (6), Oavi- son (7), McMabon (8) and Dietz; Jenkins, Colborn (9) and Hiatt. W-Jenkins, (5-7). L'-Marichal, (2-4). HRs-SanFrancisco,Hen- derson (9), McCovey (17). Chicago, Santo (5). Expos 3; Braves, 2 ATLANTA (AP)- A ninth-inning leadoff home run by Coco Laboy snapped a tie and sent Montreal to a 3-2 triumph over Atlanta Friday night, ending the Expos* losing streak at 11 games. Laboy's second homer of the season came off veteram reliever Hoyt Wilhelm, 2-2. The Expos, who had been blanked in their last two games, had tied it at 2-2 in the seventh off Braves* starter George Stone, rapping three straight hits after two puts. FROM OUT OF THE ROUGH - Lou Graham of Nashville, Tenn, hits from the rough at the 15th hole during Friday's second round in the Kemp- 4- er Open Golf Tourney. Graham is 9 under par for the two rounds and was the early leader Friday.-(AP Wirephoto) 1 : Charles Town MAJOR LEAGUE standings American National East Baltimore New York Wash'n. Boston Detroit Cleveland West Minnesota California Oakland Kansas City Chicago Milwaukee Division W. L. Pet. G.B. 35 17 .673 -.566 5'/i .480 10 .479 10 .479 10 .417 13 30 23 24 26 23 25 23 25 20. 28 Division 32 15 .681 32 19 .627 28 24 19 31 19 32 15 35 2 .538 6V4 .380 14Vi .373 15 .300 YESTERDAY RESULTS Baltimore 3, Milwaukee 2 California 2, Cleveland 1 Oakland 4, Detroit 2 New York 10, Chicago 1. .. Boston 4, Kansas City 2 Minnesota 2, Washington 1 GAMES TODAY Detroit (Niekro 4-5) at Oakland (Dobson 5-5) Chicago (Horlen 5-5) at New York (Cumberland 1-3) Kansas City (Morehead 2-1) at Boston (Peters 3-fi) Minnesota (Perry 6-5) at Washington (Brzenda 2-2), N Baltimore (Palmer 7-2) at Milwaukee (Brabender 1-7), N Cleveland (Chance 1-5) at Cal- fironia (May 3-3), N East Chicago New York St. Louis Pittsburgh Phila'phia Montreal West Cincinnati Atlanta Los Angeles Houston San Fran. San Diego Division W. L. Pet. 27 20 .574 25 26 23 25 25 28 21 29 17 33 .490 .479 .472 .420 .340 Division 38 15 .717 .592 .577 .463 .453 G.B. 4 4'A 5 29 20 30 ^2 25 29 24 29 24 32 13'/Ss 14 .429 YESTERDAY RESULTS Montreal 3, Atlanta 2 Cincinnati 5, New York 4, 8 innings Houston 8, Philadelphia 7, 11 innings Pittsburgh 3, Los Angeles 0 San Diego 3, St. Louis 2 Chicago 12, San Francisco 8 GAMES TODAY San Francisco (Perry 7-6) at Chicago (Hands 7-3) San Diego (Coombs 5-4) at St. Louis (Carleton 3-6), N Los Angeles (Sutton 7-5) at Pittsburgh (Ellis 4-4), N New York (Sadecki 4-0) at Cincinnati (Merritt 10-3), N Montreal (Stoneman 2-7) at Atlanta (Nash 7-1), N Philadelphia (Wise 3-3) at Houston (Wilson 1-1), N Arbour Named St. Louis Coach ST. LOUB (AP) - Defense- man Al Arbour, a 15-season veteran of the National Hockey League, embarked Friday on a new career with his selection as coach of the St. Louis Blues. Arbour, captain of the Blues since selected in the 1967 NHL expansion draft, replaces Scotty Bowman, who remains as general manager. Bowman, 36, has coached the Blues since November of 1967 and directed them three years in a row into finals of the Stanley Cup playoffs, serving the final season in the dual role as coach-general manager. He constructed a 97-73-40 record, winningest among NHL West Division clubs, and guided the Blues to a 24-22 mark in the playoffs. "I think I made the decision to give up coaching toward the end of the past season, when I could see that other general managers were going out and watching amateur talent," Bowman said. "I felt that the two jobs had become just too much. You reach a time in your career when you have to make decisions like this. Pve had my thrills as a coach; now I hope .to have my thrills as a general manager." Bowman, a former supervisor of amateur talent in the Montreal Canadian system, said the Blues selected Arbour as coach because of the 37-year-old player's leadership. "The reason we drafted him in the first place was because we felt we needed him in that capacity," he said. "I think Al will have the respect of his players because of the way he has played. I don't think there will be a player who will want to give him less than 110 per cent" "I think I've always wanted to coach, but I didn't think I ever anticipated I'd start at the NHL level," said Arbour, who called the job "a good opportunity." LL Standings National Little League First Half Final Standings W L Optimists 6 3 Lions NECA Civitans 5 4 4 5 3 6 East Fredeick Little League first half standings. W L B. Fed. 6 3 Kline 6 3 FSK 5 4 Duvall i g FIRST. $2.100. Maiden. 3 It 4YO Maiden, 6'A Furlongs. CarorrorMHcdge) 10.CO-5.MM.26 Galloping Gambit (Worley) 5.204.00 Foolish Dot- (Johnston) .6.90 SECOND. $1,500. Claiming, 3YO, 6A Furlongs. * Pippin's Boy (Reynolds) Z6.W-11.4W.OO SparkhntBurgundy (Guslines) I0.4M.CO Drop In (Winner) 3.80 DAILY DOUBUE- 4-7) PAID-$1».» THIRD. $1,500, Claiming. 4VO UP. 7 Furlongs. name's Action (Kratz) 2l.80-10.60-S.40 \ohlc Ix)Vc(Oustines) 18.4fr6.JO DukrRli|z(Kratz) 3.60 KXACTA-(G-IO) PAID-*765.00 FOURTH. $2,400, Allowance, 2YO, 4'/4 Furlongs. Primp Bird (Hawthorne) 5.804.40-3.20 f;o Far Gary (Dciiege) £.20-3.80 WarOf Erin (Hedge) J.ZO FIFTH, $2.000. Claiming, 4YO UP, 4'A Furlongs.. Demon Boy (DalRo) 10.40-7.80-5.00 {;iartGuy (Cannon) 11.60-8.20 Flight Ruler (Baker) 8.N SIXTH, $1,800, Claiming, 4YO UP, 7 Furlongs. .lire(DrlirgF) 7.00-3.60-3.60 Key To Success (Cannon). 4.80-3.40 Florin«"'sPrkle(Bowcut).... 4.00 BIG F.\ACTA-(4-7) (3-7) PAID--S4.64I.- 20 7-TICKETS. SEVENTH, $2,200, Claiming. 4YO UK 6 1 /* Furlongs. AdmiralOaks(Wilmer) .22.80-7.00-3.CO roumessOaiR (Johnson) 4.00-3.00 IMplis(O'Rourke) 3.80 EIGHTH. $2,100, Claiming, 4YO UP. 11/16 Miles. Good Olr Dad (Gustincs) 6.80-3.80-3.40 \latna (l)cpalo) 5.804.40 Bright Cascade (Lou-is) 3.60 K\ACTA-(fi-2) PAID-M2.00 NINTH. $2.500. Allowance, 4YO UP, 4'/S Furlongs. KmrraldChipl(Worley) 7.40-3.60-8.20 Kinu'sRcjeeKHedCf) 2.80-2.20 Brother Pilot (Hawthorne) 2.20 TENTH. $1,600. Claiming, 4YO UP, 1 l/16Mitcs RushingFortMLfWis) 4.00-3.20-3.00 Drnedravon (Guslines) 6.40-5.00 Laughing B. (Sam) 4.60 F.XACTA-(2-.1) PA1D-$37.00 \TTK\n ANCE-5.1S1 HANDLE-$38«,501. FIRST RACE Purso. S1.MO 4YO UP Claiming IV? Furlongs. Combustionaire 117 Apple Mash ...ill ParadeDancer. Ill PattyJean Ill Charlie Love Ill Ray's Choice........ 122 Surtend 122 Bunner xll? Pic-A-Bain 122 Battleforth 116 FalseTrail 122 SuePriamMiss....lll Prime North 116 Spanking 115 SECOND RACE Purse. $1.500 4YO UP Claiming, Ws Furlongs. MarksFlash 122 Skip Lee 117 Timmie Terras 116 Tempan 117 One Gift 116 Suits xlll AstroMan 122 TurnOff 122 TopTan xli? Barks Roman 122 Ken Lark 122 Brandy Fizz 117 PasDeChevel 116 Bandy 116 THIRD RACE Purse. $1,500 4YO UP Claiming 6V- Furlongs. FearNothing 120 Ramflow 114 Bryan Dale 114 QuatreJim 114 Teprose 114 JebStar... 109 AnswerFast 109 Radiant Bride 109 Mouse Trap 109 Gemini's Gem 112 Mark Junior 114 Turf'NTweed 114 Melank 109 Double Dash xlOT FOURTH RACE Purse, $1,500 4YO UP Claiming 6V: Furlongs. FineFeeling 115 Walsh Pride 117 Morn'Action xllS BarofTales 109 OnionSnow us Vibrissa 112 Navy Impulse xllO Royal Car' 115 FIFTH RACE Purse, $1,508 4YO UP ClaimingKV: Furlongs. Alavotre ..109 PetiteAstre 109 Runnin'Vinc 114 Nake 109 Noble Love 109 Sky Castle '.114 Wanda's Joy 112 Knight Bay 114 MSL Standings W L Pet. GB Mt.Airy 4 0 1.000 Giants 3 1 .750 1 Creag. 3 1 .750 1 Germantown . 3 1 .750 1 Brunswick . .2 1 .666 11/2 Ramblers . . 1 3 .250 3 New Market .0 2 .000 3 New Windsor 0 3 .000 31/2 Lucketts . . . 0 4 .000 4 Sunday's Games: New Windsor at Ramblers (Lodge and Wattdns) Creagerstown at Giants (Crabbs and Weddle) Germantown at Brunswick (Repp and Mathews) Lucketts at New Market (Sullivan and Cline) Debby'sTune 109 Buck'Boy 114 Ole Judge 114 SpiderCreek 114 Heatberale. 10 Sao Martin 120 SIXTH RACE Purse. 11.800 4YO UP Claiming 4V: Furlongs. Native Jim 116 QueenC'M' 114 Tetrajot 116 Foxridge 116 LittleFaucet IIS Banker's Wing 122 Star 118 f steTrooper xll7 WiodGale 116 SEVENTH RACE Pane. $4,500 JYO Allowance 4V4 Furlongs. You Can Run 117 LiiTurtle 114 Barbara A ..'..Ill LadyDovely 117 Westfidd 116 Johns Bobbi 116 BlueMame 117 SweetThang 119 ShuFNOeal 117 EIGHTH RACE Purse. $2,000 4YO UP Claiming 6'/j Furlongs. MoonReflec' 114 Happy Will 117 StarofBards' 117 Rus'Teach 1 117 King-Whig 114 Vick'Bunny 112 Lite Boots 114 Parrafo 117 NINTH RACE Purse. (4,700 3YO Handicap 6'/i Furlongs. "TheJayTrumpHandicap" Cut the Deck 115 Andy's Dandy .110 Pilgrim 114 Nashcordia 123 OpeningNight 113 CrimsonQuecn....lll TENTH RACE Purse. 81,600 4YO UP Claiming, one mile a sixteenth. MuchoDhV 115 Black Pony 120 Meet Chips 120 ReallyBusy 120 Count Schnaps 120 Spin Fiddle xl!2 Cooperate 120 Flaming Urge 120 Game Point 120 Miss all Gone US SkellyBoy 120 Roman Deb 112 X-S Ibs, apprentice allowance claimed. Bouton; No Pace For False Images NEW YORK-(NEA)--"False images and false idols create false choices, in people and in events," said Jim Bouton, Houston Astros' pitcher. Armed with this theory, he is now warding off heavy criticism and abuse for his iconoclastic views of "the American subculture called baseball." Bouton, with Leonard Schector, has written a book, "Ball Four," which will be published in several weeks. Two e x c e r p t s have ap- ' peared in recent issues of Look magazine. A most controversial element of the Bouton book is his discussion of Mickey Mantle, a symbol of the courageous Ail-American a t h l e t e . Mantle, writes Bouton, did have a fine sense of humor and an appealing boyishness, but he was also a man who would "push kids aside when they wanted his autograph, and (was at times) snooty to reporters. Just m a k i n g them crawl and beg for a minute of his time." Mantle was also seen as the leader of 15 or so Yan,. ,, , kees who peeped at women Jim Bouton fa roomsl/ f £, m a hotd rooftop and would sometimes come to a game with a hangover and eyes red from lack of sleep. ESTATE AUCTION The undersigned will sell on premises of the late Park E. Wilkson, deceased, located at 14 Norva Avenue, Frederick, Md. on SATURDAY, JUNE 13, 1970 AT 10: 30 A.M. ANTIQUES: Cannon Ball Rope Bed, hat pins and holders, sewing machine desk, 4 pc. Ironstone wash bowl and pitcher set, Adams cane seat chair, 3 pc. WALNUT MARBLE TOP DRESSER AND WASH STAND, Marb. top lampstand, pictures and frames, pr. hanging lamps w/reflectors, collection of oil lamps, BISQUE PIECES, ROUND OAK TABLE w/3 leaves and 4 matching chairs, rush bottom ladder back arm chr., carnival Bavarian, pressed and grn. glass, COBALT BLUE PITCHER, 20 pc. China Tea Set, umbrella holder, piano stool, library tab. w/drawer, plank bottom chr., flat .irons, butter churn, gypsy kettles, insulators, 2 barrells cut for chrs., cowbell, wooden clothes tree, unusual sewing machine, chaise lounge, 2 POCKET WATCHES (Nat'l Keywind Hamilton) GWW LAMP-bel! fonte-rose pattern, Bric-a- brac, 4 tier what-knot stand. HOUSEHOLD: 4 pc. mah. bedrm. suit, single bed- modern, 5 dr. chest, mirrors, valet, Traditional 2 pc. living rm. suite, pr. matching reclining chrs., Console 21" Color TV, new BW Portable TV, BW 21" TV, coffee and end tables, FRENCH PHONE, 2 pc. hutch, pots pans, kitchen utensils, small elec. appliances, 15 cu. ft. frost-free refrigerator w/freezer, lots of pottery, mod. sofa, roll about fan, Maytag wringer washer w/pump, 5'/. ft. wall mirror. LAWN GARDEN: elec. mower, push mower, 100 ft. garden hose, 24 ft. ext. ladder (aluminum), lawn chrs., hand tools, carpenters tools, G. E. Vacuum Cleaner, step ladder. COINS: few misc. Auctioneers Note: The above item;; are the entire estate. Inspection morning of sale only. Everything in excellent condition. MRS. FLORA WILKINSON, Owner TERMS: CASH. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR THOMAS 'JACK' BOONE.Auctioncr 301-829-1262 MCQI'IU'EN ROONE, Clerks LUNCH SERVED BY MOTHERS OF TWIRLETTES VSPAPERI

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