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a Seerey Hits Four Homers In One Game Hew York. July IS W -- P Â» * T. J.ly U. IMS \ Senunick; Schmltzj Roberts and and Sebettiog. R H. E. 6 17 3 ChicMO 4 , 11 "1 Row*. Donnelly and Senunick. Meyer. Dobermc, Kush and Walker. Scheffinf. Play Hustlers Here Tonight ChieÂ«go Whit* Sox, today the fifth player in ^ , History to hii four home runs tame Seerey socked his way to in the first game of a dorfrteheader , Wmshinston Philadel- TM~~- the Athletics in Philadelphia, homering in the fourth, fifth, Â«dxth and llth innings to lead the Sox 10 a 12-11 triumph. Only other players to hit - four; circuit driies in one game are; Bobby Lowe. Boston *NL 1894. Ed Delahanty. Philadelphia 1NL Lou Gehrig. New York Yank- 1932 and Chuck Klein. Philadelphia Phillies. July 10. 1936. Klein's fourth four-bagger was R. H E 2 9 0 ' Washington 1 9 0 i Bearden, Christopher "and He-, ! (an; Wynn and Evans Â· Second game: R H E Cleveland 6 14 1 11 1 Feller. Paige. C h r i s t o o h e r . Klieman, Zoldak. Hudson Hegan. Tipton. Haefrser, Harrist and Evans. R 5 12 First game: St. Louis Boston F. the others H E 11 3 10 0 Kennedy. Widmar. Stephen* Ostrowski and Moss; Ferrsss. Palni Johnson and TebbeUs Second game. R H behed in ibe te=th urnlng while; St. Louis 6 1? all did the trick in Boston . 9 Shore. Carver and Pariee, . drove in seven runs anJ, Harris and Baits his fourth home run broke an 11-. Flrst garne: R H E 11 tie in the llth. Carl ScheÂ«b *as , Â· D9tnii 5 9 2 the victim o f Seerey's f i r s t two, Nw yrk 3 6 0 homers. Bob Savage the third ana jjewhouser. Houtteman a n d Lou Brissie the fourth. Wagner: Raschi. Page and Xsarho* T h e A's bounced back a n d grab- - Second game R U E 'bed t h e second game. 6-1. scoring Detroit 4 5 2 five runs ir. the fifth inning to | jfew York 12 15 0 break a 1-1 tie. The game was j Hutchinson. Gray and S-.v:ft. called at the end of five oecause of j Byrne. Drews and Berra the Sunday curfew law. 1,000 Turn Out For Soap Box Derby Tests Here On Sunday 'Mid whispers of "ringers." ap? proximately 1.000 Frederic's Soap Box Derbv fans turned out Sunday afternoon to see final inspections and trial runs on Bentz street in front of the Armory. Only a few entries from neighboring counties were missing for the tests yesterday. Up to yesterday evening, 31 racers had been quahf.ed to take here will be sent by these newspapers August 15. with all expenses paid. Tomorrow noon, at the Francis Scott Key Hotel, drivers who will race for handsome prizes Wednesday. v,ill be issued their official Soap Box Derby racing jerseys and official crash-hehneis. Invitations have been extended by William T. Deiaplaine, News- man's call for consumer credit controls and standby authority for rationing and price and wage controls. the chamber said in a statement- "Government intervention in the Â£orm of direct- economic' controls wiH 'hinder, not help, production so badly needed at this time. To impos* controls before the sed for them is evident -- as in the case of war -- would be a mistake." ~~~ NOTICES part ic this City's first running of Post executive and one of the gen- These House of Dav:d regular j w i l l itart tonight against the Hustlers at McCurdy Field under the arcs at 8 30 o'clock. a::d Shaffer. Haugh and Indians Take Pair Cleveland's Sr*t place Indians moved a game and a half ahead of the runner-up A's by taking a bill from the Senators at twin Washington. 2-1 and 6-4. The sec- Gene Russ ^^.^ the ninth gained creditor his eighth victory m the Dale Mitchell's triple, ball, single, error and oad tilt went 12 innings. Bearden. with the aid of Christopher in lirst game plus Â» another fly ball enabled the Indians to score two runs in the 12th and win the second game First game: R H E Chicago 12 24 1 Philadelphia . 11 12 1 Papish. Moulder. Caldweil. Judson. Pieretti and Robinion; Schcib. Savage. Harris, j. Coleman and Rosar. Guerra. Second game: Chicago Philadelphia Gillespie and and Guerra. R 1 6 Tresh. H 6 E 1 7 0 McCahan TALKS ON CONSERVATION' 2 Games Into Extra Innings TV.O Heart of Mao Sand Baseball League games Sunday w e n t .nto extra inn ng*. as Myersv:!!e took :en stanzas to doun Day. 6-3 and Mt Airy at horr.e \vcr.t 1! frames to beat visit Â»g New Windsor, 8-7. Thurmont hcd a fie'd day entertaining Florence. 29-5 At P.ck- ctt's Corner. Eroad Run spl:t a 1 t-A .nbill the home club wsnnns the opener. 5-2 and the visitors Gartrel! The score Fiorence Thurmopi Poole and and Sweeney R. 5 29 Lockard; R. H. ' 7 31 Spalding Firn game- R. H. E Broad R u n 2 4 2 Picket: s C o r 5 7 3 Boyer and HufTer; Riley and Maring Second game- R! H. E. Bread Run 20 14 7 Pickett's Cor. 4 5 5 | the national youth feature. Wednesday afternoon, on West Patrick street. Five more -AS!! be examined a: the Key Chevrolet salesroom, this evening at 7 p m Re-narkable speeds v.-ere attained by iome of the soao-box raters, as a crowd, predominated by w.!d- !y cheering youngsters, looked on at the trials yesterday The two-.ane smarting rarnp used and worked oul ly. Jaycee Chairman "Mike" Britta.n said fo!;ov.:ng the tria!s. Xo racing was permitted in the test runs Single entries were sent down the hi!!, which proved too rough to give more than an idea of the speed the soap-box drivers will attain da\-after-tomorrow, on the smooth surfaced West Patrick itreet grade, east from Jefferson street. In the examination on conformity to specifications Sunday at the Armory, committeemen sa:d they found some questionable ex- , pertness of design and construe-' tion. Three racers are under cross-examination today and tomorrow, as to whether their entries were "completely" con^truc;- ed by the li-JS year o!d drivers thenu elves. Actual work other than advice fr0m adults in constructing the soap-box vehicles, is grounds f o r , displacement of the entry in e:ther' the local run or the national Soap Box Derby at Akron, where the era! Soap Box Derby committeemen in co-sponsorship with the Jaycees and Chevrolet: for the Frederick - ^$ontgo^er- - Carroll county racers to d.ne as guests of honor, viith the local Kiwanis club Tuesday after receives rac- .ng }erse\s and helmets. FOR VOLUNTARY CONTROLS WaÂ«htr;s;ton. July 18 'f--The United States Chamber of Commerce urj;3d today that voluntary methods--not force of law--be used to check inflation As opposed to President Tru- ElECTRIC RffRIGKATOR TROUBLE? CALL E4.ST END GROCERY 1637 ANYTIME Commercial Domestic Franklin ;Bud Stockman 100 E. 6th St. Electrical Appliances Repaired HEW LUMBER Sawed to orcer Also 2v4. 2x6, 2x8 Boards Odd Lots :Â· Price FORD CAR Phone Frederick 723-M Westminster. July 18--The first .,, ...,, - _ meeting of the Rotary club under ' tak.nTM the nightcap. -0-4 The New York Yankees dropped its new president. D. Eugene In the Jons contest at Mt Airy, three games off the pace, splitting j %Val sn . was held at the Charles the regulation game was d=ad- a doubleheader with the Detroit' c arro n Hotel Wednesday evening locked. 7-7. An overthrow of third Beach ley Manng and Huffer; Haugh and Tigers before 62,990 fans in New ivillard Hawkins of the Sykesville York. Rotary club was a guest John Ben- After Hal Xawhouser and Art nett had as hH guests. Charles Houtteman pitched the Tigers to \ Shipley, president-elect of the a 5-3 triumph, the and Art Tigers to third place Yanks came back and crushed the Bengals. 12-4 in the finale in a Westminster Lions c!ub. and Harry H. Bowers. Frederick. An interesting talk, supplemented by in color, v.-as made by L. H movie Cr:ck- enberger. general manager for Maryland Conservation Field Day An invitation was extended to all present to attend this event on Wednesday. August 18. The next game that was called after six and a half innings because c( darkness Hoot Evers hit a grand slam homer to highlight the Tigers- triumph. Red Sox Rallies Produce The Boston Red Sox came from t meeting, of the club will be Tues- behind in both games to sweep a I day. July 20. at the Forest and twin bill - from St Louis Browns, j Stream club on the Monocacy 12-5 and 7-6. They won the first' River. _____ game by staging six-run rallies ir ^ -the fourth and sixth innings Brownie shortstop Ed Pcllagrini started a triple play in the fifth Inning after making ^ shoelace ( catch against Vern 3tephers. Trailing. 5-3. going into the fifth of the mghtcap. the Red Sox tallied four tunes to win with Dom BiMaggio belting a bases loaded j triple to climax the uprising. ; The galloping Boston Braves, surged eight games ahead of the ! field in the National Leagt - pennant struggle, taking a t\\in bill _ from the Pirates in Pittsburgh. 10- , 2 and 3-1. A five run first inning rally. ' featured by Jeff Heath's grand slam homer, started the _ raves off ' in the first game. Kelson Potter. ! making his first National League start checked the Pirates 01. seven blows. s The second game was a scoreless mound duel between Vern Bickford and Pittsburgh's Ernie Bonhara -until the seventh inning when the Braves finally scored. Al Dark and Bob Elliott homered inÂ« the eighth and ninth innings respectively to account for Boston's final runs. Ralph Kiner blasted his 26th homer of the season and the 100th of his career in the ninth for the Pirates. By losing twice, the Pirates dropped from second to fourth place, a half game behind the St Louis Cardinals and the Brooklyn Dodgers who are tied for second place. , The Dodgers and Cards divided two games at St. Louis, the Cards j grabbing the opener. 6-3 in 11 in- j lungs on Terry Mcore's three-run- circuit drive. The Dodgers swamped the Birds. 13-4. ir. the second game. ' scoring five runs in the opening inning and eight in the second to . allow Hank Behrznan to breeif, home. i Manager Lippy Durocher's New . York Giants also divided a double- , header, beating the Hecs. 8-2. in i Cincinnati after Ken RaSensberger , hurled the Reds to an eight-hit 3-0 i triumph in the first game. Clint Hartung and Clem Drieswood i stopped the Reds on six safeties I in the finale. One of the blows J was Hank Saner "s 25th home run of the season. base in the eleventh, let in the winning tally by the home club, a f t e r ' t h e w.nners had themselves erred all over the lot. MyerjvilJc bunched hit-; off , Pitcher Haush in the tenth fo- three earned runs, in breaking their 3-3 dcadiocK at Day. Pla;. ms an errsr'.ess defense i wnile bang:ng out 31 safe h:'.s. Thuriront set a new league record for run 1 ; sco-ed in ioop p!ay against visiting Florence The score: R. H E , Myersvillc 6 12 4 1 D a y 3 i " 7 The score: R H E N'ew Windsor . 7 6 2 Mt Airy 8 10 6 " Stoffer and Price: Norris and Gosnel!. Dt'MB BASS Fishing last Wednesday in the Potomac above the Point of Rocks bridge Earl (Buzz* Kolb. this city, hooked a small mouth bass that i broke his line. Saturday, fishing in the same locality. Kolb was sur- | n-'sed to catch the same bass, with h's hook, lender swivel still attached to the fish Oregon has more than 29.000.000 irres of forest lands, including lake and stream surfaces National First game: R. H. E Brooklyn. . _ 3 10 I St. Lotus . 6 10 0 Paiica. Roe and Carnpanella- Dickson. Mwager. Brazle and Rice. Baker. ] Second game: H. H. E Brooklyn 13 ,3 2 ' St. Louis 4 8 1 ' Behrman arid Campanella. Hearn. J Brazle. Staley. Burkhart. Papal, i S'unger and Bsker r irst game. It H E Boston 10 13 I Pittsburgh . 2 7 f Potter and Masi- Riddle. Queen Lombard!,, Singleton and Fitzgerald. Second game: R. H. E Boston . 3 5 0 Pittsburgh 1 7 1 Bickford snd Masi: Bonham. Eig- be and Kluttz. First game: York R, H. F. 0 8 2 Ci^clrinat; 3 10 2 Kotio Kansen and W. C. Cooper Rstfer.soerger and Lamanno. Second game: R. H. Â£ New York . . 8 ' 12 1 Cincinnati 2 6 1 ] Hartung. Driesward and Livings- I ton: Vander Meer. Fox, Cress and ' "Williams, Lamanno IKE scene is the "nerve center" of a telephone centra! office. The time is now! The man at work is one of the hundreds of skilled technicians who are busy installing vast amounts of equipment to improve and expand your telephone system. It's a big job. and a delicate one. Each new part must work perfectly with all the others. A single central office installation mav require as many as one million hand-soldered connections. And nearly right is not enough. Every one must be exactly right -- by test! Despite the size and complexity of the task, we are doing everything we can to speed it along. Our objective is to furnish the most and the best possible telephone service to all who want it, as soon as we can give it to them. The Chesapeake Potomac Telephone Company of Baltimore City Firs* game: R. Philadelphia 2 Chicago 3 H. 4 E 1 1 Cole's Jewelry Trade in yoar old watch for neu or recondition \\atches. All Makes Of Watches And Clocks Repaired WE BUY SELL 323 NORTH MARKET ST. Y'vnr OUTBOARD MOTOR AVAILABLE SHIPLEY'S SPORT STORE 103-105 N. Market St. COMMERCIAL 80.LDING-FOR SALE Corner property located one block from center of City. Building includes terge storeroom, 3 modern apartments, one available for immediate occupancy. Large warehouse . 5 garages included in sale. Xow bringing fine return on investment. Call for farther information on this desirable property. M. D. KARP AGENCY Pythian Castle Building- Gordon W. Spurrier, Broker Phone "29 Howard S- Fink, Rep. PRIVATE SALE By virtue of an order of the Orphans' Court of Frederick County, Maryland, the undersisrned Administratrix of the estate of Leroy Jones. late of Frederick County, Maryland, deceased, vvil! receive sealed bids for the purchase of the merchandise, stock in trade and fixtures for Dollie's Diner, located at No. $3 South Market Street. Frederick City, together with the good-will. Class B beer license and all subsisting rights under a lease for said premises. All bids to be submitted in writing on or before July 22. 1948, and mailed to Francis Pctrott, Attorney at Law, 26 West Patrick Street, Frederick, 3IaryIand- Thc right is reserved to reject any or all bids by said Adminis- tratrix. TERMS OF SALE--CASH upon acceptance of an approved bid. ANNA F. JONES, Administratrix FRAXCIS PETROTT- Attorney FOR SALE Dairy Farm 235 Acres Located on State road XT. S. 15 about 5 miles Xorth of Frederick. Md. 40 cow dairy barn--Washington Market--2 silos and other adequate farm buildings. All tillable land can be farmed with tractor. 60 acres of blue grass meadow-land, large shaded stream running through farm. Other improvements are--Modern brick mansion home. 14 rooms, bath, slate roof, oil heat Beautifully landscaped. Tenant house. 6 rooms, electricity, running -uater in kitchen. This is one of the best farms in Frederick County. Very reasonably priced, and owner -will finance. M. D. HARP REAL ESTATE AGENCY Phythian Castle Building Frederick, Maryland Phone 729 GORDON' SPURRIER. Broker Res. Phone 544-M HOWARD S. FINK. Rep. Res. Phone 223D-J JListing 4-Bedroom All-Brick Dwelling JFof Salt* In Frederick's best restricted residential section nr. park area. Immediate poss. of this splendid home with a flr. plan to meet any of your needs and these features:--Tiled bath and pwdr. rm. larger than average liv. rm . fireplace, dm. rm.. full "Swanco" cabinet kitchen with stainless steel tops, full concrete bsmt., tempcred-air F. O. (filtered) heat, 80 gal. G. E. hot water heater, laundry tubs, copper pipe throughout, copper spouting. Mor?an Gold seal metal channel windows. You'll agree it is quality built. CONVENIENT TO ALL SCHOOLS AND TO TRBAN BUS Pricod f f t r Imntodiatv Salt* NED S. ZEILER 102 North Court St. Frederick, Md. REAL ESTATE AJfJJ-IXSURAXCE NOTICE TO BIDDERS FORM OF ADVERTISEMENT The Board of Education of Frederick County will receive sealed bids for the erection and completion of a two room brick veneer Elementary Colored Scnool which shall be located at Pleasant View, near Doubs. Maryland. AJ1 bids are due at the office of the Superintendent of Schools. Frederick County, located in the Old Church Street School Building. East Church Street. Frederick. Maryland, not later than 10 o'clock A. M. Daylight Saving jTinie, Wednesday. July 21. 1943. at ! which time and place all bids will bÂ« ! opened and read aloud. i The successful bidder will be required to furnish satisfactory performance and payment bond or bonds. No bid bend will be required, ; Drawings and specifications including Form of Proposal may be obtained j from the office of the Superintendent; .of Schools. Frederick County, by depositing Ten Dollars (SIOOOi for each Â· Â· j set of documents so obtained. The j , amount of deposit u ill be refunded when said drawings and specifications are returned in good order, but the said deposit will be forfeited by the part , Â«naking the deposit upon failure u return the aforesaid drawings and specifications The Board of Education of Frederick County reserves the right to reject any or all of the bids It is understood that no bid may be withdrawn foe a period of thirty (30) days from the opening date EUGENE, W. PHIJITT. Secretary THE BOARD OF EDUCATION OF FREDERICK COUNTY HAROLD U.~FRUSHOUR DEI.BERT S. NULL --_^ J ..-_-.-..-_-_-.._ ... ., i. . ....^a, Houses 1 acre improved with 4-rootn dwelling, electricity, well water, all necw- sary outbuildings, located near Point i of Rocks. Priced to *eU. I 6-room modern fram* house, hard- fwood floors, could be used for two I families. Located in BrucrÂ»ick. lL LOTS 67x187--West Second Street, city. 75x187--Upp*r College Ter.. citr- j 59x132--Corner of Ninth and MoKÂ«r ; A\ e . city t Â· 90x110--Braddock Heights. Md. ! DELBERT S KULL ] Auctioneer Real Estate Insurance 26 W. Patrick; St. Phone 1155 MURRAY C. BOHN i *Â· ~"*^'" Lj " 1 -'"*-"^---'-'"Â·- 1 Â·-"Â·'-Â·' ~.-^Â»Â» ! 53-A. 6-room frame house, electric. i water at house bars, all bgs. ua- "der metal roof, fair repair, some tim- ' ber. good meadow. 2nd. grad* dairy. 'half hay crop and 2 ceres tomato** :go with farm, early possession. Owing to age and sickness this place has been Â· reduced for quick sale to only $6.500- Owner desires quick sale. ' MURRAY C. BOHN i Re*J Cstat* i Phone Onion Bridge. Ud_ 9-JI R. L. ZENTfc ATTENTION! RETIRING FARMERS We have to offer you within short , walk of stores school at johnsville , a very fine ptperty of nearly an acre. , Large garden space, nice pasture lot in ; alfalfa, plenty fruit, grand shaded lawn. Lovely 7-roonj home in excellent 1 condition with elec. new water sys- ! tern, nice porches, beautiful views. 2 i poultry houses (cne nev=- with piped i water), meat, summer hog houses .garage, etc. Well fenced. Everything f neat nicely painted. Must be seen to be appreciated. For quick sale at ,$7.000 Contact R. L. Zentx. STROUT [REALTY, exclusive brokers. Taney- 1 town. Md. Ph. 158-J. Do not hesitate to consult this of- ' flee on Fire. Automobile. Compensa- j tion or any other Insurance matters . i HAROLD U. FRUSKOUR ! | 26 West Patrick St. | Phone 1155 I Frederick. Md. DAVID O. GRIFFIN j FIRE INSURANCE i Now more than ever you need ade- 1 quate fire insurance because fire m- ' siirance replacement values are up. Â· Yoar present policy cannot be put away and forgotten without risk of ' serious financial loss. To a\oid this ' Joss, "consult us today. i DAVID O GRIFFEM j i INSURANCE I ' 27 N Court St. Phone 600 | HARRYJgJMOHLER 6 room brick house in good condition, bath, furnace, about 4 blocks from center of town. Early poss. 6 room semi-brick bungalow, h. TK-. floors, garage, steam heat, tile bath, concrete basement- N. section of town. Quick poss. 4 room modern bungalow, steam heat. h. w floors. Immediate poss. 3 room modem apt. bouse. 4 room, and bath on each Soor. h. w. floors, concrete basement. Quick poss. 5 room modem frame house, steam heat, garage. N section. Early poss. Green house property and contents, well established business, well located in Frederick. Immediate poss HARRY E. MOHLEH Real Estate 113 East Third St. Phone 2074 HOWARD A. GROSS PEOPLES FINANCE CO. | Loans can be obtained here by both i men and women, single or married. I :n all types of employment and all walks of kTe. Anyone past twenty- one with regular income and the I ability to make monthly, semi-montl 1 - ly payments may receive a loan here. PEOPLES FINANCE CO. Phone 1473 11 North Court St (A home small loan Company) P. B. ROOP 1 acre. 6-room frame house, electric. good -well water, front and side pprch- ' es. concrete Â·walks, nice lawn, chicken ' and brooder houses, garage, etc. This s house and buildings are all nicely tainted ^.ith good rnetsl roofs, in good | repair. Close to stores, churches, etc. I rignt along Route 26 between Taylors| ville and Libertj town. Price ?6.300 i Poss. 60 davs P. B ROOP Phone 86-J New Windsor, lid. FOR SALE 8 room, frame, slste roof, modern i divellmg. well constructed, beautiful lawn, corner lot in residential section or Brunswick on thru street to Frederick. Age and health is onlv reason for selling Good purchase. Many other listings in and out of j Frederick. When buying or selling real 1 estate be sure to 'consult with HOWARD A. GROSS Realtor Phone S77 9 Court St.. Frederick G. H. MERCER SONS CITY HOMES FOR SALE Six room modem bnck residence. Xo. 3 West Seventh Street. Priced 1 for a i;uick sa!e- EiÂ£it room bnck dwelling, oil heat, bath. West Third Street. Immediate possession, owner changing residence. 1 Modern residence, six rooms. Oil ! heat h a r d w o o d floors Garage. i Grounds landscaped with lovely . shrubbery and trees Owner leaving city. Early possession. Western section. , For further particulars, apply: i XOAH E. CRAMER SON Realtors 114 N Court St. Fredenck. Md I 4 room modern bungalow, steam heat immediate poss. S7.000. 6 room modern brick dwg. in West- em section, hardwood floors, steam witn stoker, cement basement garage. 4 room modem bungalow \vitb. steam heat hardwood floors, cement ' basement. 3 miles from Frederick. j Priced for immediate poss j 1 acre improved with 7 room dwel- ! ling in Mt Pleasant. Immediate poss. ' S6 500. 7 acres improved with 7 room modern dwg. 4 miles west of Frederick. S7500 33 acres 4 miles -aest of city. 7 room dwelling. Immediate poss. S3,- 000. GRAYSON H. MERCER SONS Real Estate Loans Insurance Pythian Castle Bldg. Phone 537 RALPH W. BOYER 5 rm. Strictlv mdrn. N. W Section. H.W fl Tile bath, full concrete cellar. laundry tubs. G. I. App. Early poss. G rm tndrn. Brick dwell. Located within easy access to stores Interior exterior in fine condition. Early poss Price S7 800 00. 6 rm modem single dwelling N W Section, hot air. fuel oil heating plant, 100x100 lot. Side and rear entrance Large living rm with fireplace- Early poss. Price S13.300.00. 8 rm dwell, located 3 mi. from Frederick Suitable for 2 family oc- capancy. 1 acre land 200 ft. frontage on Rt 40 Ideal business location. t 17 acres -- i-bedroom mdrn. dwelling, fronting on State highway just 5 miles from Frederick Stoker heat 6 interior of home in beautiful condition 2 car garage, barn arid all outbuildings m fine condition. Iinrned poss Priced to sell 2 four room dwellings located just 3 miles from Frederick. Both owners must move to other locations Both properties orieed for quick sale -- S3.100 and S2.000. M D EARP AGENCY Pythian Castie Building Phone 729 Gordon W Spurrier -- Broker Howard S Fink -- Rep. Modern brick dwelling on Military Road Close to entrance to Carap Detnck and near city bus. 5 rooms and bath first fiocr. 3 rooms and bath apt. 2nd floor with private entrance. j Annual income from apt- S600. A new. i privately built home and good invest- jment. Apartment houses on W- Pat. St. S Market St. and E 2nd Street. Building lots for dwellings or commercial buildings well located. RALPB W BOYER 3OTER INSURANCE AGENCY Frederick Representative For Murray C. Sohn ! Xo. 1 N. Court St. Tele. 2214 KEY CHEV. SALES. INC. 6 rm mod. ideal home, completely remodeled hdwd fl . separate entrance L lar^c rm for commercial purposes ii desired, good location 5 rm mod bungalow. 1 acre, nr Fred ^c . rnacad rd Lovely view. S7 500 Sod b-ingalov.- gara^fe. city. Conv located Poss. 30 da;.s. S3.700. 6 rr rnoc ounealotr. double ear . 'aree lot close Fred'k on highway. S9.500. 6 rm stor.e bunjralow. mod to minute. W section Price reduced 3-story Colonial apt house 4 apts sarages. ideal location 5 rm. apt 1st ' fl. Poss 60 days. S15 000 , 39 acre farm. St highway, ir.od house, reasonable priced. Â· 116 acre dairy farm SI 400 monthly ynilk ck master house, also tenant hs . all mod. bldgs. "30 da poss S18.000 ' Complete stock and full equip, cap. be also purchased S7 000 46-acre stock farm, good house and outbuildings, elec . wa'er. 2 trout ] streams. Crops included Poss 50 days Good road. S6 000 3-story residence in business section Lar?e front ea'silv converted to | commercial front 3 partlv finished | apU. on 2nd and 3rd fl. S15.500 ' Other homes, commercial prop, me , factory sites and ideal farm: I Buv or Sell -- Consult us First I FRANKLIN D MILLER | EVELYN M MILLER I Real Estate -- Insurance ' 5 N. Court SU Phone SSI IT WILL PAT YOU to Insist on Genuine Chevrolet Parts whenever repairs are made on your Chevrolet car or truck- Genuine parts always fit right and insure inaxium per- formance. "We use only genuine Chevrolet parts in our service dept. Let Key Care for Yott Car! KEY CHEVROLET SALES, IXC, 105 E. Patrick St. Phone 707 __E!MjERTJR._BOWLUS COUNTRY HOMES Jefferson Blvd. at Braddock Heights, ocautift:! elevation and valley view. 3 rooms, bath, lavatory, large closet space, attic, frame modern dwelling, r.ew automatic oil heat system. 2 car garage Duelling oaoered and painted interior in past jear ixt 80x200 ft^ also extra lot. Possession September 1st Priced for quick sale. Inquire now for appointment for inspection Country home on Route 240, seven miles south Fredenck. all modem 12- room dwelling, beautiful shrubbery, good outbuild.ngs. 3 acres of land. Possession to suit. ' 12 room frame, all modern, automatic heat m country home at Wbodsboro. good outbuildings an 1 recently painted, excellent condition. House suited for 2 family occupancy, 9 acres of land with road frontage. VALLEY STOCK FARM 148 acres in upper Midaletown Valley 31 cres in fine timber, balance m pasture and cultivation 9 room Br house, large bank barn on Balto. milk market. Sfl.OOO for quick sale. Possession late fall or April 1st. 1949. Oiher fine farms and countrj. properties. *ity properties, small country hnme Inquire at this office. EMMERT R BOWLUS Real Estate--Insurance--Auctioneer 100 W. Church St. Frederick. Md. Phone 885 Salesmen Horace M. Alexander -- R L. Kelly Phone 885 or 2274-W PhoM 2399 NEWSPAPER! NEWSPAPER!