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r ankees Want r illiams If liMag Quits | COLUMBUS, O., Dec. 4. (Â£Â·)--If : DiMaggio quits--positively--_ New York Yankees will be in tere pitching for Boston's Ted rilliams. You could read between the lines Iday as Yank General Manager leorge Weiss dodged questions at press conference. Weiss, always cautious and care|il to avoid naming names, would only half way. "If we were to be interested in |ie 'big fellow' (Williams) we'd ve to learn what our 'big fellow' iMaggio) is going to do. I don't y there is any chance of any deal f'ith Boston. We never talked play- er*. I haven't talked to them flnce shortly after the aeason," DiMaggio was to fly to Phoenix to meet with Co-Owner Del Webb today and Li scheduled to meet with Co-Owner Dan Topping and Weiss in New York next week. Out of this series of meetings will come his final word Would Need Williams With no DiMaggio in the outfield, many baseball people think the Yanks would need a Williams to lure the customers. "If Joe decides to play," sa'd Weiss, "I don't think there would be room for both."Weiss didn't say so but the $100,0' N oth stars carried cer- Â·nake even the Yankees hesitate. '.^|4NH ng final word from Joe. Weiss is busy conferring with club owners. He met with Chicago White Sox and Philadelphia A"s this morning. Later conferences are set with Detroit and the St. Louis Browns. Jimmy Dykes, manager of the A'Â« Is willing to part with Ferris | 'ain. his first baseman who led he league in batting, but--he wants lenty. Dykes would insist on men ike Rookies Jackie Jensen, Jim irideweser. Bob Cerv and First Jaseman Joe Collins. Collins, obviously, is a must in ny deal for Fain or any traasac- lon with Chicago involving First taseman Eddie Robimon. .The Yanks would like to lure Center Fielder Hoot Evens t from Detroit and might be able to swing a three-cornered swap if they could offer a first baseman. Bill Veeck of the St. Louis Browns has tried to int.Test Cleve- .and in Catcher Matt Batts. but he ijoyment ---___----Â·* Carry a Pocketful IM1LP C I G A R S No Matter Who. "Top brass"or just another regular fellow -- Mr. Smoker finds El Producto the key to a relaxed and pleasant state of mind. Â£3l So mild you can smoke vÂ§r~ it all day long. Tastes right every time. PUBLIC SALE OF MACHINERY, TOOLS, FURNITURE FIXTURES CONDUCTED BY NULL AND NULL AUCTIONEERS We the undersigned will self all machinery, tools, furniture and fixtures of "The G. F. S. Zimmerman Co." located on East Street (between East Second and East Third Streets) in Frederick City, Maryland, on WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 12,1951 Beginning Promptly At 11 O'clock A. M., The Following To-Wit:-Four 5-whecl trucks, one 5-H. P. generator, one 2-whecl truck, one 7|i-H. P. motor, 1 Alligator shears, 6" blade: one 1-ton chain hoist, 1 oil forge, 1 belt lacing machine, 1 small blower, ,.. H. P.; 1 Fairbanks standard scales, one % Acme bull dozer, 1 sand blast machine, 3 benches, 1 block and fall with Z blocks and 100 ft. of 1-inch rope, 3 drill presses, small 0-!j," Champion type floor stand, 1 emery wheel, 1 air compressor tank, 1 steel tumbler, 1 galvanizing tank, 1 iron rack. 2 packing tables, 1 dipping tank, 1 blacksmith's forge, Z cabinets, 2 vises, 6 buffing wheels, 1 steel kicker wheel, 1 brass buffing wheel, 2 tool cabinets, 1 coal hot water heater, 1 pair skids, 2 special sets of dies, 5/16" V, 1 eye bender, 1 hook bender, 1 wheelbarrow, 2 chains, 1 melting pot, 4 dipping screens, 2 oil cans, one 16-lb. hammer, one 3-lb. hammer, one 2''.-lb. hammer, one 'j-lb. hammer, one 1-lb. hammer, 1 saw, 1 hatchet, 2 V blocks, 3 wooden clamps, 2 iron clamps, 2 pipe wrenches, 14" 18", 1 pair Wiss- tin snips, twenty-four 13/64" drills, two 9/16" drills, three '.," drills, five 7/16 drills, three V drills, four 5/16" drills, one '/," drill, one 7/32" drill, 3 drill chucks, two %" straight reamers, one 5/16" straight reamer, one 5/16" expansion reamer, one -X" expansion reamer, 3 drill sockets, 1 drift, 4 chucks, 8 sets screw wrenches, 3 adjustable wrenches, 6 double end wrenches, one W pipe tap, one y t " pipe tap. one !A" pipe tap, 1 Yankee screwdriver, 1 expansion brace and bit, 2 trials, ten 50-lb. test weights, 1 nail puller, 1 combination hammer and nail puller, 2 crow bars, 1 crow foot, 2 foundry shovels, 1 dirt shovel, 1 scoop shovel, one %" stock die, one H" stock die, one V stock die, one 3/16" stock , die, one 7/16" stock die. one V stock die, one V stock die, one K" stock die, twelve 8" half rd. bastard files, four 8" rat tail flies, one 6" square, one 18" monkey wrench, 1 spray gun, one 6-ft. step ladder, 1 pair trestles, 4 small work tables, 1 drying tank, 1 melting pot feet for pot, 1 jack shaft \y. in x 4 ft., 2 iron pulleys 8" x3", 1 wood pulley 18"x4", 1 line shaft 2 in. x 31 ft., 1 wood pulley 14"x6", 1 wood pulley 36"x8',i", 1 wood pulley 16"x8", 1 wood pulley 10"xlOV, 1 wood pulley 18"x9", 1 wood pulley ll"x8'/4", 1 wood pulley" 16"x6", 1 wood pulley 24"x8%", 1 counter shaft is, in. x 17 ft., 1 wood pulley 12"xl3", 1 steel pulley 8"x6", 1 steel pulley 4V'*6", 3 wood pulleys 9"x4'/i", 1 wood pulley 13"'/Jx8}Â£", 1 wood pulley 18"xll", 1 steel pulley 8JA"x7", 1 jack shaft l'/ 2 in. x45 in., 1 wood pulley 10"x5". 2 steel pulleys 10"x4", 2 jack shaft 2 in. x 4 ft., 3 steel pulleys 24"x6'i", 2 steel pulleys 16"x5Â«i", 1 wood pulley 24"x8J4", 1 jack shaft 2 in. x SV 2 ft., 1 wood pulley 14'/'"X7", 1 wood pulley 12"x7", one 27 ft. 2-V single ply belt, one 19~ft. 3" single ply belt, one 17 ft. 2'i" single ply belt, one 11 ft. 2" single ply belt, one 22 ft. IJi" single ply belt, one 27 ft. 5" single ply belt, one 24 ft. 4" single ply belt, one 28 1 ,i ft. 3" single cotton belt, one 16 ft. 5" single leather belt, one 20 ft. I'/," Single leather belt, one 10 ft. 2'i" single leather belt, one 18 ft/5" double ply belt, one 16 ft. 5" single ply belt, one 16 ft. 3" single ply belt, one 9 ft. ZVz" single ply belt, one 11 ft. 2^" single ply belt, one 7/16 inch plate sill plate, one 7/16 inch gate sill plate, one 7/16 Inch plate sill cup, one 5/16 inch plate C loop, one % inch plate C loop, 3 casement plates, one 5/16 hinge not finished, pulley 15"x6'i", 1 iron "pu"lley 16"x4", 1 shaft !H"x34", 2 pulleys 12}$"x34", 1 cone 17" reduced to 13--8" face, one 30 ft 5-lnch single ply. FURNITURE AND FIXTURES 1 Woodstock typewriter, 2 flat top desks, 1 roll top desk, 1 bookkeeper's desk, 1 iron safe, 1 filing cabinet, 1 steel filing cabinet, 3 tables, 1 stool, 1 chair, 1 gas heater, 1 coal stove, 1 electric fan, 3 waste baskets, 1 clock. NOTICE--All of the above property- in A-l condition. The building will be open early on sale day for Inspection. TERMS OF SALE--CASH with clerk on sale day and no Â·property removed until paid for. UNITED STATES LOCK HARDWARE CO., Owners COLUMBIA, PA. Sale held on East Street, Frederick, Md. JOHN W. NULL DELBF.RT S. NULL, Auctioneer* Frederick, Md. H. M. ALEXANDER, Clerk want* two of the best young pitch- cis Ii'oni the Indians' farms--Sum Joucs and Jose smnliaKo. Hottest deal at the moment IB a Brooklyn-Cincinnati swap that would bring Pitcher Howie Fox to the Dodger* for three placrs including Inflelder Rocky Bridges and Outfielder Cal Abrams The deal is hanging fire on an obscure player. Conference Writers Name Ward Top Player WASHINGTON, Dec. 4 iff)--Bob Ward of Maryland, a guard who can perform brilliantly on either platoon of. modern football, is the choice of tho Southern Conference Sports Writers Association as conference player of the eur. The selection was announced tonight. \Vtud. a 185-pound senior, led the balloting by sport!, writers and spmtscustors with 88 points He will be honored at the annual banquet of the Washington Touchdown Club in January. He will receive the player-of-the-yi'Hr plaque. Bill 'George, senior tackle of Wake Forest College was second in the voting with 55 points Third vas Ed (Mighty Mo^ Modzelewski. Maryland's big runner, with 41 points. Twenty-o n e players received votes Thev are Steve Wadiak. South Carolina, 30; Gil Boccttl, Washington and Leo, 18; Alex Webster. North Carolina State, 11; Billy Hair, Clemson, Elmer Costa. North Carolina State, and Jack Lewis, Wake Forest, nine each: Ed Mloduszcwiskl. William, and Mary, eight; Jack Scarbnth. Maryland, six; Sutton, Funniin, five: Bnrrjora. George Washington, Barger. Duke, Dean, Virginia Tech, and J. Smith, Duke, three ouch: Davis, George Washington, two: and one each for Hincs. William and Mary: D. Modzclesvskl. Maryland; Kistler, Duke, and Field, Duke. Wadiak won Hie 1950 awnid. Say you saw It In The News. WHY DO I LIKE The Newa. Frederick, Md., Wednesday, December 5, 1W1 8EVEW MUELLER GETS JOB COLUMBUS. O., Doc. 4 /P)-Ray Mueller, veteran mnjor league catcher, today was named manager of the Sioux City. la, team in the Western League. Mueller will succeed Chick Geri- ovesis. who has been named man" agcr of Sunbury, Pa., in the Interstate League. Gravity is so great on the sun that an ordinary man would weigh two tons there. THE ANSWER IS ON THE TIP OF MY The answer will be on the tip of your tongue, too, the first time you taste Cumberland's OLD EXPORT. And that's because something more than the best malt, hops, yeast and skill goes into this famous beer. What is this extra? It's mountain tcater! B cer -- a ll heer--is 87% water-- in this 48 year old favorite brew Â· * . did you know that? And what water is used makes just as much difference as what yeast or malt. That's OLD EXPORT'S extra--mountain water. That's what made OLD EXPORT a flavor favorite for four doteu years. Try it--and have the answer on the tip of your tongue--'muntain water makes the difference. CumberTutd Brtwfaf Co* CumfcÂ«rlÂ«W. Md. B wc Â·" in EEK MOUNTAIN WATER MAKES THE DIFFERENCE PUBLIC SALE VALUABLE ANTIQUE FURNITURE, GLASS, CHINA, ETC. I wilt sell on my premises located at Trego, 1% ml. West Rohrersvlllc along B.O. R.K. being 6} mi. South of Boonsboro, in Washingotn County, Maryland on SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8,1951 AT 10:30 A. M. PROMPTLY TO-WIT: Z walnut corner cupboards, Chippendale inlaid chest of drawers, small walnut solid end chest of drawers, cottage chest of drawers, S large chests of drawers, walnut 2 drawer blanket chest, mahogany inlaid 11 e p p 1 e w h 1 1 e d e s k , ladies Hepplewhltc slant top desk, cherry bureau desk, small walnut Hopplewhite drop leaf table with rnd drawer, cherry and curly maple drop leaf table with end drawer, Sheraton mahogany drop leaf table with end drawer, several small tables, walnut Dutch table with biscuit foot, old pine cupboard, Dutch cupboard, 3 night tables in hard wood, Victorian settee, small child's couch, small Windsor porch bench, cobbler's bench and tools, small porch bench, 2 Windsor chairs, 2 small maple chairs, set plank bottom chairs, 4 odd Adam* chairs, 15 odd chairs, rockers, walnut cradle, 2 old mantles, oxen yoke, 2 cord beds, Ogee mirrors, clocks and cases, antique high wheel bicycle, steeple clock, mantle clocks with wooden works, other odd pieces of furniture, mostly all In good condition, but In rough. Bisque, pieces, Z lamps with milk glass bases, 2 marble base lamps, odd lamps. 3 old Paul Revere lanterns, Old Hathaway cook stove (very rare), child's china tea set, china, glass, bric-a-brac, hanging lamp with prisms, old flre tools, oast iron kettles, 3 Iron butchering kettles, 3 brass and copper kettles, 3 old sugar buckets, sleigh bell's and chimes, lot miscellaneous items in addition to above which have been stored In my barn and storage building for many years. This will be all day sale, and excellent opportunity to purchase old pieces In rough. TERMS--CASH on day of sale--lunch served. This will clean up all remainder of my furniture collection. Come early. HERBERT W. WALTERS EMMERT R. BOWLUS, Auctioneer R. L. KELLY, Clerk VALUABLE FEE-SIMPLE REAL PROPERTY AND PERSONAL PROPERTY Pursuant to an order of the Orphans" Court of Frederick County, passed on HIP 5th day of November, 1951, and by virtue of the power of h.ile contained In the hint Will and Testament of Charles II. Hoffman, deceased, the undersigned Surviving Executors w i l l offer at public sale on the premises one (1) mile South of Loys Station, two (2) mile North of Crtagerstown, Frederick County, Maryland, on SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1951 at twelve (12:00) o'clock, noon, the following described personal properly, to-wit: 2 old \\.tgoiiK, one horse wiifion, 150 bales hiiy, one bale of harb wire, S j,!iÂ«s, one bushel of potatoes, lot of jarred fruit, 4 Iirdroom chairs, old wood bed, oak bureau, small vase, 2 drawer u.limit spool cabinet, oil l.unp, old rope bed, blanket chest, fi Kitl. can of kerosene, w a l n u t Inn desk, chestnut corner cupboard, RnlvunijTd bushel measuie, old stove, 2 rockers, kitchen table, Hinall table radio, clock, and many other articles too numerous to mention. REAL ESTATE Immediately following the sale of the above personal prop- ert, on the premises, on the above date, the Surviving Executors will offer at public sale, all that real estate consisting: of seven (7) room frame bouse. In pood state of repair, improved with electricity, metal roo) and outbuildings, poultry house, corn crib, stable and well, being all that real estate consisting of 65 acres more or less of which the said Charles H. Hoffman, died seized and possessed, four (t) acres Is In woodland and balance is tlll- For further title reference see Liber S.H.H. .No. 13 Folio 532 one of the Land Records of Frederick County. Maryland. TERMS OF SALE: Personal Property--CASH. For the- real estate $750.00 at the time of the Bale; the balance upon ratification of the sale by the Orphans' Court of Frederick County. Possession ui)oii ratification and payment In full of the purchase price. Taxes to be adjusted to date of stile. Conveyancing costs Including all United St.ites Internal Revenue and State of Maryland Relief Stamps at the expense of the purchaser. GEORGE HOFFMAN WILLIAM KEMP Surviving Executors of tho Estate of Charles H. Hoffman, deceased. EARL H. HOFFMAN, Auctioneer RAYMOND L. KELLY, Clerk your WORDS -i thinking times as many C U M B E R L A N D ' S UNION MADE PUBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE AND PERSONAL PROPERTY Pursuant to an order of the Orphans' Court of Frederick County, Maryland, passed on the 5th day of November, 1951, in the Matter of the Estate of Luther Earl Black, late of Frederick County, deceased, tho undersigned Administrator will offer at public sale on the premises located one mile north of Thurmont, the road leading from U. S. Route No. 15 to Apples Church, 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 stove, one range, round oak extension table, drop-leaf round table, 6 cane seat chairs, lot of kitchen and hardbottom chairs, 2 rockers, bureau, dresser, wood and iron beds, stands, small R.C.A. radio, 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, glassware, lot of carpenter tools, saws, cross-cut saws, tool box, scythe, axe. shovels, wheelbarrow, garden plow, 2 cutting boxes, 3 shov*l plow, lawn mower, double trees, garden tools of all kinds, and many other articles too numerous to mention. TERMS OF SALE--CASH. No property removed until settlement is made with clerk. GEORGE G. BLACK, ADMINISTRATOR OF THE ESTATE OF LUTHER EARL BLACK, DECEASED. REAL ESTATE Immediately following the sale of the above personal property, on the same 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 5 acres and 82 square perches of land, more or less, improved with 8 room brick and frame metal roof dwelling: in good state of repair, with electricity, stable, 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 is tillable and suitable for truck and poultry farm This property is located on hard road convenient to town of Thurmont. For title reference see Liber No. 407 Folio 492, one of the Land Records of Frederick County, Maryland. TERMS OF SALE--Full possession of the premises will be given immediately following the sale. A deposit of Â§500.00 will be required of the purchaser or purchasers on the date of sale, the balance to be paid upon delivery of a good and sufficient deed. AH costs of conveyancing, including Unite* States Internal Revenue Stamps and State of Maryland Relief Stamps, shall be borne by the purchaser or purchasers. State, County and Corporation taxes paid to January 1st, 1952. GEORGE G. BLACK, Acting as Agent for the Heirs of Luther Earl Black, Deceased EARL H. HOFFMAN, Auctioneer * LLOYD C. MACKLEY, Clerk NEWSPAPER!