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[CostOf Living At Record High ·C? Washington. July 23 i/Py-The \ Government's cost of iivinj index: has reached the highest point in' history. I In cold figures, the Bureau o f . Labor Statistics summed up the · hottest issue for Americans today: j The cost of goods and services' bought by families of moderate income in large cities on June 15 hit; 171.7 per cent of the 1935-39 average. This compared with 129.3 per cent at the end of World War IL ! Worse apparently was yet to | come, for the wholesale price : average last Saturday set new record*. It stood at 158.3 per cent of the 1926 average compared with the previous record of 167 percent in 1920. These wholesale price increases have yet to show up in the retail price index. r«rter As An Adviser The ghoit of OPA was stirred by , the price advances, and President Truman announced appeintmeai of Paul A. Porter the last of the price administrators, as a specia'. assistant to help prepare anti-iniia- tioa legislation. Mr. Truman is *o give Congress his ideas of how to handle the s:t- nation next Tuesday. What his plans are in detail, and wheiher Congress wilt regard them as workable, remain to be seen. The President in the past has called for standby authority to impose price ard wage controls in various fields as needed. Opponents have said tha: it would be impossible to regulate some items and not alL They take the position, too, that Americans won't stand for controls in peacetime. Rep. Clarence J. Brown t Ri Ohio) said today that Mr. Truman himself has been lax in fighting inflation. Brown said the Republicans will do what ihey can t o , stop rising prices, in the session beginning Monday. He said the GOP will act "ot its own volition." Caucus On Monday ; Republican policy makers will meet Monday morning to go over ', plans for the session which Mr. ; Truman called over their protests that he was inspired by politics. » O n e prominent Republican leader said privately that he expects the session to last no longer than a month and to produce little U my IB tn« way of aew legislation. Porter'i new assignment will be to coordinate information for Congressional committees. in the OPA days he got many a going- over at the hands of the lav/mak- ers and the fact that this is a Presidential year will make hit task no easier. Record * breaking inci eases in the cost of food were shown by the Bureau of Labor Statistics in its June 15 report. Altogether, the consumers price index was 93 per cent higher than a year ago. 28.8 per cent above June 1946 when price controls generally were dropped. 74.1 per cent above the August 1939 level. Retail food prices on June 15 were 214.1 per cent of the 1935-39 average. Junior Optimists Are Qub ? s Guests FORFEIT COLLATERAL Police Court proceedings under Magistrate Edward J. Smith. Friday night consisted entirely of collateral forfeitures. Four persons charged with drunkenness and peace disturbance, forfeited as follows: Slyra and Cora Wetzell. both of Ceresville. S5 each and costs: Nannie Frith and William Cromwell, both of West Patrick street, the former io.SO. the latter. S3.30. Arresting officers were. Sergts. Phebus and Swomley. Officer Shook. Two traffic offenders forfeited collateral posted. T h e y were Staley W. StulJ, Thurmont. and Fred Bush. Beacfi. Va.. each Sll 45: on citations for reckless driving by Officer Sherman Boone and Lieut. Dorsey, Officer Burras. Frederick Optimist Club, with 14 , Junior Optimists as guests, heard j j Police Lieut. William Hartung. · 1 Baltimore director of Monumental t J City Police Boys Clubs, discuss ! "' youth club work, at their weekly j t dinner-meeting, held at the Catoc- ; tin Country Club, Friday night. Included in the junior guest at- 1 tendance was the Junior Optimist · 1 softball team, first-half champions of their age-group NECA League. Assigned to direct Baltimore Police Boys Clubs in 1945. Lieut. Hartung is presently administering the annual encampment of 1.000 Baltimore »oys $* his club;;, at Camp Ritchie. With the Lieutenant here, was , Policeman George J. Kraft, pres- · ently on. detached duty from the department, as chief of cooks for the boys' club encampment :;ear here. The Baltimore oSlccrs were Introduced to the Optimists by Fred Hagen. Hagerstown Optimist Club. Lieut, Hartung in his talk, used motion pictures of the annual encampment for the members of the Police Boys project. He said "Membership in Baltimore is jr- ound 3.SOO with contacts through members reaching to an estimated 19.000 youths, and certainly doing a magnificent job in curbing juvenile delinquency. I believe " The Baltimorean stressed the fact that while the Police Department administers the clubs and furnishes personnel for supervising activities, the financing of the boys' clubs is done by the Variety Club theatrical organization. One local visitor. Arnold Grice. was present for the meeting McSherry On State Draft Appeal Board Baltimore. July 23 VP)--Maryland's streamlined draft organization will s.tart work In Baltimore Monday. Col. H. C. Stanwood said today. The State Selective Service director said 40 other draft · boards throughout the State should be ready to pitch in a couple of weeks later. Stanwood. who headed the Maryland setup during World War 11. indicated the peacetime organ- iration wou!d be designed to do the job with less red tape. The principal corner-cutting measure will be effected in Balti- more, where 26 local boards will be housed in one building to minimize the need for clerical help. Another tape-snipping, device- will be an overall Board of Appeals composed of, three Balti- moreaiis and one representative each from the Eastern Shore and 1 Western Maryland 1 Fqur gioups handled appeals s during t!ie war Chairman of the ie«v buani is John H Hessey of Baltimore The 1 other members are W Clinton Mc- · Sherry of Frederick. Elmer Kt'i"- ' h»rd of CambniiKe and J Davjd Cordle. Sr. and Dr Kicnard K Kieffer. both of Baltimore Stanwood estimated thv SUU- The Newt. Frederick, MM., , I«Iy *4, IMfl ·EVEN system will supply more than 3,400 recruits to the services in Its first year of operation. Registration for youths 18 to 25 yeais old is scheduled to begin I August 30. Misses Carrie and Lora Coblentz. Haiserstown. arc visiting in Mid- d!cto\vn. wheic they formerly lived unti! about ten years ago when they moved to Kagerstown. P. R ROOF 1 MM. f-roorn tram* houw. ·laetfie, (ood w«ll water, front and rid* porches. concrete walks. alee lawn, eaickta and brooder hou*e*. l*r*g*. vtc. Tbia house »mJ building* are all niceJy painted with good metal rool*. la focyl ; repair. Close to stores, churches, etc.. , riiht along Route 26 between Taylor»- ' rule and Libertytowa. Pric* 96.30O. i Pos*. «0 days. i P. B. ROOP PUBLIC SALE AIR CONDITIONED CANDIES JOHNSTONS--LOWNEYS PAGE SHAW--APOLLO BRACKS BLUE RIDGE NEWS AGENCY 1C! E. Pi:rick St.. Frederick. Md. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Huffer. Middletown. annource the birth of a daughter. Cathy Larue Tuesday at :he Frederick Memorial Hospital. Cole's Jewelry Trade u» your old watch for new or recondition watches. Makes Of Watches And Clocks Repaired WE BUY SELL 323-NORTH MARKET ST. · A word to the wise hunter--get your Guns and Ammunition now RIFLES - .22 cal. single-shot, repeaters, automatics L ,,-Stevens 30/30 with sling, ! : -- $40 .-.,. SHOT GUXS- Single shot, double-barrel, Fump, Automatic Hard-to-get Cartridges - 30/30, 30/40, 30 '06 300, 303, 32. 35. 220 Swift. 257 Roberts. 23/20, 32/20. 38/40, 32 Remington SHIPLEY'S Sport Store 103-105 N. Market St. ' ' ^^^"" 3fy cor stovs hontt ·xihile 1 ride my thrifty, XEW HRLiY-DiTIDSOS 125 SMGtE CTUHBOt "wear and tear on your car' Save rime and money! Here's the tnjwer to traffic and parking problems . . . the quick, easy wa^ :o reach your office, store or factory ... the convenient war to gc ^shopping, visiting, sightseeing' Comfortable and safe to operate the Harley-Davidson 125 takes yoi anywhere -- parks anywhere. Amazingly quiet and smoothstiding. Anc so economical to buy and own thai your pocketbook never feels it' Come in and take a ride today! Delphey's Sport Store HOME OF THE BIKE 4 Phone 861 SPAPFRf ElKTRIC REFRIGERATOR TROUBLE? CALL EAST END GROCERY 1657 ANYTIME Commercial Domestic Franklin i»udo Stockman 100 E. 6th St Electrical Appliances Repaired OUTBOARD MOTOR !*O\V AVAILABLE SHIPLEY'S SPORT STORE 103-105 N. Market St. DOSH'S LIVESTOCK MARKET Tuesday, July 27, 1948--12:30 O'clock Sharp HORSES, MULES and COWS IN THIS BUNCH WILL BE SOME REAL HORSES AND COWS If you are looking for good horses and cows, thlt is the place to bay them. All kind of livestock sold on commission. It you have any stock you want to sell, brinf it in or call 1033 Frederick, and I will come and buy It. COME EARLV--DOST FORGET THE DAI--- Tuesday, July 27, 134S DOSH'S LIVESTOCK MARKET, Frederick, QUALITY^ Markell Ford Phoae 2O2 FACTORY OWNERS! Mill OWNERS! ESTATE OWNERS! Can you protect your investment against destruction by fire? Vie have available wheel-moonied chemical fire engines of 20, 40 and 80 gallons capacity utilizing the miracle exting-uishiny agent "KARBALOiV "KAKBALOT" not only extinguishes general and inflammable liquid fires with amazing speed, but also absorbs vapor and fames generated by fire and creates no vapor or fumes of its own. "KARBAJLOY" fire-proofs surfaces it contacts, is anti-freezc, and does not deteriorate with age. "KARBALOY"! An exclusive product of the Fyr-Fyter Company, Dayton, Ohio, and available only in "FYR-FYTER" extinguishers. Remember, anything that will burn is a fire hazard! SAFPINGTON AND COMPANY Libertytown, Md. Phone Frederick 1133- J-2 COMMERCIAL BUILDING-FOR SALE Corner property located one block from center of City. Building includes large storeroom. 3 modern apartments, one available for immediate occupancy. Large warehouse 5 jirases included in sale. Now bringing fine return 011 in\ esttuciit. Call for further information on this desirable propertx. M. D. HARP AGENCY Pjthian Cattle Building Gordon W. Spurrier, Broker Phone 729 liouard S. Fink. Rep. IMMEDIATE POSSESSION Modern six-room brick home- corner lot, Fairview Avenue. Large living room with fireplace, dining room, completely modern F r i g i d a i r e. kitchen, breakfast nook; second floor, three nice bedrooms, bath; hardwood floors and natural oak trim throughout, oil heat, newly painted basement. 620 FairvieAv Avenue FREDERICK, MARYLAND EXECyiOR'S OF PERSONAL PROPERTY AT NEW MIDWAY, FREDERICK CO., MD. Pursuant to an Order of the Orphans' Court of Frederick County, Maryland, the undersigned executor of the Last Will and Testament of Jesse I. Renner, deceased, will offer at Public sale on SATURDAY, JULY 31, 1948 AT TEN" A. I- (DAYLIGHT SAVING TDIE). OX THE FESTIVAL GROVNDS IX XE1V MIDWAY, FREDERICK COUNTY. MARYLAXD, the following personal property: Ford-Ferguson tractor and equipment consisting: of cultivator. mower, two-bottom plow and deep soil digger; 1941 Ford, six cylinders, Tudor Sedan; lot of Ford automobile parts and accessories, rubber tire Sat bottom wagon, plowshares and landsides; kitchen cabinet, stands, lot of paint, roll of rubber wire, lot of nails. lot of snow irons, four (4) ceiling light fixtures, six (6) five- gallon oil cans, steel drum of washing powder, lot of kitchen utensils, two (2) porcelain top tables. Xorgc oil burner and equipment. metal SUng cabinet, electric fans, chest of drawers, electric carpet sweeper, folding day bed. studio couch. Elkhart saxophone, mimeograph, Sessions electric clock. TTkelin musical instrument, marble- top bureau, two (2) iron beds and springs, rocking chairs, wardrobe. organ, victrola. chairs, saws, tractor chains, manure spreader. double ladder, binder, disc harrow, two (2) spring-tooth harrows, dump rake, wagon and carriage. 7,925 feet of lumber, antique motorcycle, auiique bicycle, antique spinning wheel, and many other articles not mentioned. TERMS OF SALE -- Cash on day of sale. JOHN WILBUR REEVER Executor of the Last Will and Testament of Jesse I. Renner. Deceased HARRY TROCT. Auctioneer HARRY C- DORCfS and GAIL L. CCTSHALL. Clerks WALTER E. SIXX and SHERMAX P. BOWERS. Attorneyt IT'S NEW T h e Q U O N S E T * 3 2 M««fx Farm Requirements at Low Cost For Feed Storage · Implement Housing · Stock Shelter ·«ta. U.*. PAT. Off. · 32 feet wide; length to suit in sections of 12 feet · AH-steel construction insures durability · Nailable Stran-Steel Framing permit* quick and easy attachment of enclosing materials by nailing · Fire-resistant, termite-proof, rot-proof §EE US TODAY and learn the story of America's most economical building-. LOWER IX COST than any other kind of building the same size. BROSIUS ENG. SUPPLY CO. 4 West Church St. Phone 2340 PUBLIC SALE Wednesday, August 4 f 1948 At Eleven O'clock A. M., D. S. T., on farm where I reside, 4 miles west of 3It. Airy, Md. 40 Dairy Cattle Holstein and Guernsey Number Will Be Fresh Springers And Fall Cows, Heifers. Bulls. Steers, Some Are Vaccinated 10 FARM HORSES, MULES AND RIDING HORSES Several Exceliont Single Line 50 HEAD OF HOGS Weighing from 40 Jo 300 Ibs. each, including sows and pijrs and other personal property not mentioned. TERMS -- CASH in" f nil en day of sale. LUNCH BY LOCUST GROVE CHURCH GEORGE E. RUNKLES ROUTE NO. 2, MT. AIRY, MO. GLENN TROUT. EMMERT R. BOWLUS, JOHN \V. NULL, Aucts. RAYMOND L. KELLY, Clerk. Pl'BLlC SALE Conducted by Null A. Nu'! Auc '..»nct · I the undersiijiied \i::h ^r'.l t' !-,' East Eighth street. Fredt-ru-k Mv! . y WEDNESDAY Jl'LY 2S S!^*. beKi«!»"R »t : « k - U x k p ·.'.. l S 1" the follow ni to-\\it 1 nearly new ijjrt,'i! washu:u i::. chine. 1 Ivaiihoc uil !u-.»:cr : 2-!ui:' oil sto\e. 2 :c p'f .'a'-v ·4 white ci»air» st^ t -r^S ».*! tack chair* 2 riH-k:n; »·'-.. \vuh loot rest. : Jloor !j!':;' l-gal. jce cream Iree.-cr i^raSes. 2 baby carrzagcs. 1 hijh cJsa'r. 1 cr:t-. : and chair. I ho:ne-n-.idt* NSJ; ^-led*. 1 child s t'JjeKi'oarrt. horse. I B S gun I h.is.^snct lot of china Kia-s-.-.\ ,,r«- ..rj utensils Attend thi i-s:e. TERMS-- Ca! MKS C A T I I K K I X K John W Null. UeSiM-rt S Nu Atvle M. Etrler. C!er^ EXE CTOR'S PfBLIC b.Vi.E OK VALUABLE REAL F-^fATK By \;rtue o! the power o! -,i!e iron- tamed 111 the iast \Vi.l ;«::J Iv\-.ir:.cr.: of Nann:e Gn.ST. !.!!· ,: !· r. :,-r. .. County. Mar\ l.t::cl. ctccc i L.I .UK! ..-: Order of the Orphan*' «," ".;r: ,: Kr«.:- enck County, passed on '..'!· 1-sth ii.;o! June. li48. the u'.iieni^-.rd K \ - ecutor ujll scil a' pul'Kv .s-i. *HS: a! ihc Court. Houe in Krcdcrsciv C . t . Frederick Countv. ASar l.ind 0:1 SATCRDAY. J U L Y I'.! J ' - I r f al the hour of !1 '.'M « i ! n K .1 :i led^li all tliat vjl;:atlc ie.il t^t.i't* situated nt the Nonh\ve^t tuiti^L' oi North Market and \\Y: S.-vc'!t« Streets in sjid Frederick l':;i. aiu! improved with n l.irgf thret'-story modern brick dweiltn^ hoit-^o. k:soun as the "GrofT Ilo:nc." *.on!.tin:ntz !hre»- rented Apartments, and -.it roonu occupied by Uie said Nannsc Gr^iT. and beinc a part of the sauitr real e-i!,-:i- conveyed b\ H. Kiellcr Oel.anSfr ,u:-.- marricd) to David Oro:r .inrl N".i!:::ie Gro(T. hi* «.ister. as join: tcr-.iiit 1 ; *tho said David GroIT having preUccc.»*r;l his sister. Nannie Grosli b\ dt-e.! i!.itxi September 30. :92(. r.nd recorded in Liber No. 360. folio fi-S. or." of the Land Records of Frederick Count;.. Maryland: as by reference to *3:d deed will more fully appear This is a fine home and ide:l!v located in a fine section i»f Frederick City. TERMS OF SALE: Ca*h ":i d.iv of sale, or ratification thereof by the Orphans' Court. A deposit of ten per cent of thr purchase price w i l l he required of the purchaser nt the time of sale. Possession iviil be KST.CI» on September 1, 1E148. subject to the rights of the present tenant*, provided payment has been made in full bv said date. Taxes and water rent "--ill be .'id- justed to September l. ISUR Revenue stamps and co^ts of con- veyancing to be at the expense of the purchaser. DAVID G. EVERHART. J R . Executor Holdcn S. Felton. Attorney. Emmert R, Bowlus. Auctioneer. (I1FF SUGGESTION tJl'Al.lTY 1MLVS LOW PKICES Immediate Delivery in i IMII;Y s Sport Store r \ r i t \ IIIINC WE SEI.I, WE M:KXICI: Pbon* New Windsor, Md. HOWARD A. GROSS FOR SALE 9 room, frame, slat* roof, modern dwelling. weil constructed, beautiful lawn, corner Jot in residential section of Brunswick on thru street to Frederick. Age and hcilrb is only reuos for seliins Good purchase. Many other listing* in and out of Frederick When buing or selling real estate be sure to consult with HOWARD A. GROSS R?a!tor Phone 877 9 Court St.. Frederick K. L. ZENTZ ^iAiJOI.lMJJl^K^^ Do no" SciltaSe to corvsult this of-"i.- 0:1 Kirr. A;iU?!MO*ule. Cornpensa- ;^:i «.: a:iy other Insurance matters H V R O L D L' FRt'SHOL'R -·' We-st Patrick St. Phone J J 3 5 Frederick. Md. DAvTl) O. GKIFF1N ATTE.VnOX! RErriRlXG FVRMERS We have to orTer you within short \va!k of stores school at Johniville a \ery Sne property o( nearly an aore. Large garden space, nice pasture lot in alfalfa, plenty fruit, grand shaded i lawn Lovely 7-room home in excellent · ronditiu.i ...lU rlct.-- :.rv. a^tei ^5- tem. nice porches, beautiful view.-*. 2 poultry houses tone new with piped wateri. meat. un5mer AT hoc houses. Karsge. ete. Well fenced. Everythint: neat £c nicely painted Must be seen to bf appreciated. For quick sale at S7.000 Con-.act R L Zentz. STROUT REALTY, excluvive brokers. Taaev- , town. Md Ph 15S-J. J E W E L R Y INSURANCE If \ M U .%!uuiii Jttie the stone, ot course you'd feeJ terrible--especially :J it w.isn't j:i\urcd You may care .t lot «itid v l tic cureless about vour r!!»gs A:I! other jewelry. You may it-ave i!cin in a washroom or clse- ·vherc That's v.-hen insurance pays. G i \ e us .1 ring today about our ring insurance D A V I D O. GRIFFIN INSURANCE 27 N Court St. Phone 600 DELBERT HOLTSES I acre Improved with ·5-rooni dwelling. electricity, well water, nil necessary outbuildings. located near Point of Rocks. Priced to sell. G-room modern frame house, hardwood floor*, could be used for two families. Located in Brunswick. Md. LOTS 67x137 -- West Second Street, city 75x187-- Upper ColioSe T«rr.. city. 5!itl32-- Corner of Ninth and Mot'ter Avo . city OOxllO-- Braddock Heights. Md. DELBERT S. XUUL Auctioneer Real Estate Tnsuritnce .26 W. Patrick St. Phone 1153 . i i PUBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE PERSONAL 1 PROPERTY The undersigned executor of the . Last Will and Testament of Maurice · J Albaugh. late of Frederick County. ' Maryland, by virtue of the power and ! authority contained in the Last Will i and Testament of the said Maurice J. : Albaugh. deceased, and an Order of the ! Orphan's Court of Frederick Countv. I Maryland, dated July U. S143. v.-iM j sell the personal effects at the late i home located on East Mnin Street, in ' Thurmont. Maryland, on i SATURDAY. JULY 31. 1913 at 1 P. M iDS.T i I all the following described persona! ! property: Walnut corner cupboard, j Dry walnut sink. 2 coal stox-es. kcro- 1 sene stove, oval v.-alnut extension j table, walnut sideboard, dough tray. ! sugar buckets, studio couch. uphoU ! stored platform rockers, oak library ! table, tvritint; desk. 2 clocks, lot of j rockers, straight chairs, dimr.c room t chairs, gilt mirror, zinc too table. 'Morris chair, swivel desk chair, lot ol J bureaus. -«.-ash stand*, beds, stands, qumi.::: frames. Hooker electric | sweeper, pie cupboard, bench, porch ; chairs, lot. of pictures, fiat irons, radio. PEOPLES FINANCE CO. Lo.in? can be obtained here by both men and womtn. single or married. 1:1 nil types of employment and all walks of h!e. Anyone past tiventy- :mc with regular income and the ability to make monthly, semi-monthly payments mav receive a loan here. PEOPLES FINANCE CO- 11 North Court St. Phone 1473 (A home small loan Company) MURRAY C. BOHN NOAH E. CRAMER SON 53-A. 6-room frame house, electric. , w»tcr at house born, all bides, un, der xnctftl roof, fair repair, soma timber. Rood meadow. 2nd- grade dairy, half hay crop and 2 acres tomatoes go with farm, early possession. Owing I to age and sickness this place has been reduced for quick sale to only $6.500. Owner desires quick sale. MURRAY C. BOHN Real Estate Phone Union Bridee. CITY HOMES FOR SALE Six room modern brick residence. No. 3 West Seventh Street. Priced for a c.uick sale. Eight room brick dwelling, oil heat, bath West Third Street. Immediate possession, owner changing residence- Modern residence, six rooms, oil nent. h a r d w o o d floors. Garage. Grounds landscaped with lovely shrubbery and trees. Owner leaving city. Eariy possession. Western section. For further particulars, apply: NOAH E. CRAMER SON Realtors 114 N Court St- Fredcrick. Md. HARR YE. MOHLER G room brick house in good condition, bath, furnace, about 4 blocks from center of town. Early poss. 6 room semi-brick bungalow, h. w. floors. Karagtt. steam heat, tile bath. concrete basement. N. section of town Quick pO6= G. HJV1iERCKR : SONS 4 room modern bungalow -with steam heat, immediate possession. 6 room brick dwelling in western section, oil heat, cement basement, laundry tubs, immediate poss. 8 room modern brick dwelling conj slsting of 2 complete 4 room apartments, northern section. Price reduced for quick sale. 8 room modern brick dwelling, steam heat with stoker, hardwood floors, cement basem-nt. garage, extra lot. S13.500. 8 room modern brick dwelling in northern section, immediate poss. 7 acres improved v.-Sth 7 room modern dwelling 4 miles west of city. Immediate possession. $6.750. 33 acres improved with 7 room duelling. 4'i miles west of city. Immcd. pc55. GRAYSON H. MERCER SONS Real Estate Loans Insurance, Pythian Castle BIdg. Phone 537 (wardrobe, lot of silverware, dishes, i 4 room modern, bungalow, steam j bedclothine. lamps, metal travs. wash heat. h. w floors. Immediate poss. I boiler, cooking utensils, lot of cardcn 8 room modern apt house. 4 room [tools. 2 step ladders. 2 cross-cut sav.«. and bath on each floor, h. w. floors. , shovels, briar scythe, carpenter tools. ' concrete basement Quick poss. ! wheelbarrow, old coffee grinder, buggv · 5 room modern frame house, steam ' light, ladder. 2 fireplace mantles. lot he.-t. saragc. N section. Early poss. j of odd chairs, crocks, glrss jnrs. ?nd . Green house property and contents. many other articles too numerous to well established business, well located mention in Frederick Immediate S500.00 first mortgage note of the Mechanicstown Water Company. 4 ' due February 1, 1960 6 shares of the Potomac E!i-on Company 3.60'» Preferred Stock. TERMS--CASH on dav of sale ai prescribed by Court Order CALVIN S. LOHR. Executor. Estate of Maurice J. Ainaugh. Deceased ' Earl H. Hoffman. Auct. RALPH W. BOYER HAHRV E. MOHLER Real Estate 113 East Third St. Phone 2074 ^VI^^JIARP^GENCY^^ 5 rm Strictly mdrn N W Section. IIAV. fi Tile bath, full concrete cel- ;r-r. laundry tubs. G. 1. App. Early Modern brick dwelling on IkEIitary Road__ Close- to entrance to Camp Detrick and near city bus. 5 rooms arid bath first f'oor. 3 rooms and bath apt 2nd floor with private entrance. · Annual income from apt. S600. A new. | 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 com; mercial buildings, well located. RALPH W. BOYER COYER INSURANCE AGENCY Frederick Representative For Murray C. Bohn No. i N. Court St. Tele. 221 1 ! TRUSTEE SALE OF VALUABLE I HEAL ESTATE IN FREDERICK i CITY. MARYLAND By virtue of the power of sale con- G rm mdrn. Erick dwell. Located within ea^y access to stores. Interior cxtcnor :n fine condition. Early ps« Pr:ce S7.SOO 00 6 rm modern single dwelling N.W ! Goukcr. widower, ct al. are of the land and premise's in sa:d Maryland, on SATURDAY. JULY .-.!. :fl43 at the hour of 1! o'clock A M. D S . » ). al! of the foilov.sr.e descr.hed real estate of which a ccrvmi .Irsc3h D. Zimmerman d.ed. sc-.icd ar.'! pO5- t i r o p e r ' " TJn-c sessed. intestate. !e-fa:ei and known 53 -,00 ,-r.d S3 000 as Xo 511 Ea-;t Ch'irch Strc--:. ~ ' " ;ui!d.-es :n fine condition. Immed ! po»s Priced 1o sell 2 four room dwellings located just i 3 Trii'ei fror.1 Frederick Bnth owners ! rr.-sst TMnt-e to other locations Both · r-ropert 1 TM 1 ; ^rT~pd fo" quick sale-- said Frederick Citv. Frcdcr-.d: Co;:r.- ,,,,,,-,,, D H - XRP i ty. Maryland, and" j-.ore partic-j:ariy ?:.than Castle Building Phone 729 described as follow: BECINNTNG for tre ;,-.:r.e i 0 ·'-.- Southeast corner of T.-.c so" ·"' M r r v C. Miller and runnsn?: Nor;p ;-.xr-- hundred ar,d ·sevcaty-'jve 275 f«" thence East thirtj- i33 fee: the--" South two-hundred and c.eht;. -« : feet, thence IVcst th:r:-.- .".') Gordon V," Spurrier--Broker Howard S Fink--Rep F. D. E. M. MILLER KEY CHE V. SALES. IT WILL PAY YOU to insist on Genuine Chevrolet Parts \vhenever repairs are made on your Chevrolet car or truck. Genuine parts always St right and insure rr.axrura performance. We use only genuine Chevrolet parts in our service ctept. Let Key Care for YO-JT Car! KEY CHEVROLET SALES. CCC . 1106 E. Patrick Si. Phone 707 :-?ea5 hojne. completely ] EMMERT R, BOWLUS feet along the Frederick .ind Morsoc- -e.-^.odeled hd^d. fl . separate entrance ac;.' Turnpike Road to the place of S.irse rm. for commercial purposes. beginning. if desired, pood location BEING all arid the same real estate 5 rm. mod bungalotr. 1 acre, nr and premises conveved bv Jarne; R Fr^-i'k . T-.scad rd Lovely view. S7.500. Worley. s'.ng. to Jo-cpb D Z.nimcr- bunsalow garage, city. Conv , Fredenck County. Triis rca! es'atc i~ improx'ed xcith a sex'cn room '.vo Rlcd. and havine a mctai roof t n r dwelling :s prox "ded x*. :"^ clr*"" " " * nectcd to city scwrr «·. sto-»i .t ;s alsrt imorrtx'cd xx'jtr: A ^arss* POSSESSION--Oc'obc- I. :43 TERMS OF SALE--As p'e^cr bpti by the Decree of the Court third of the purchase ir-o^f.* S9 fi rr- stsr.c b-icalow. mod to minute. W section Price reduced. r-s-ory Coior.-'s! apt. house. 4 apts.. rarest-, .dcai iocstjon. 3 rm. apt. 1st :. Po-s 60 riE-.=. Sio.OOO 3 1 ,-irre fam S; highway, mod ."o^i^**. i c.Tron^bly priced 1 : * nore da:r;- farm. SI.400 monthly iiiasicr hou^c. aiso tenant hs". one- ; i r.oc b'dgs 3C da poss S18.0OO. stock aid fuil equ^p. can be paid in carh or, the riax of sa'.c or a,..o p,.rchsscd S7 000. on the ratif:ca':on thcr" r .'' b-. Court, the residue in three minth- 4fi-acre stock farm, cood house and outbiij»cir.?s. rice . \vater. 2 trout the purchaser or purchasers gi\.ns» streams. Crops included. Poss. 30 days, his. her or their notes. v.'ith approved c-rnd ro-d ^G 000 security and bearing inte--,t from 3 story" residence in business seethe day of sale, or al! cash, at the , ion Lar?e front cas , :]v converted to opuon of the pnrcha=fr or p'irchns- commcrcia , f - cn{ 3 p 3rt!y ilni!hed apt'? on 2nd and 3rd fl. SI5.500. A deposit of S500 00 xi-.ll be required of the purchaser or purchasers Other homes, commercial prop. inc. I on day of sale COST of cbnvcvance factorv sites and ideal farms. j and Federal Rex-cnuc Stamps at t^o ! : expense of the purchaser, taxes to be 1 adjusted to c!ax- of sale I W. JEROME OFFT'TT i | Trustee. I Emmert R. Bowlus, Auctioneer. 15 Btr. or Sell--Consult us First FRANKLIN D MILLER EVELYN M. MILLER Rca! Estate--Insurance Court St. Phone 852 COUNTRY HOMES Jeflerson Blvd. at Braddock Heights. DeauUfuJ elevation and vaDey view, 8 rooms, bath, lavatory, large closet space, attic, frame modem dwelling. r.ew automatic oiJ heat system. 2 car garage Dwelling papered and painted interior in past year Lot 8Ox2OO ft, also extra lot. Possession September 1st. Priced for quick sale. Inquire now for appointment for inspection- Country home on Route 24.0. seven miles south Fredenck. aH modem 12- room ds,e)Iing. beautiful shrtibbcry. good outbuildings. 3 seres of laad. Possession to suit. 12 room frame, all modern, automatic heat in country home at Woodsboro. good outbuildings, all recer.tly painted, excellent condition. House suited for 2 family occupanCj. 9 acres of land with road frontage. VALLEY STOCK FARM 146 acres in upper MiddJetown Valley. 31 cres iri fine timber, balance in pasture and cultivation S room Br. house, large bank barn on Salto.- milk market. $9.000 for quick sale. Possession late fall or April 1st. 1949. Other fine farms and country properties, 'ity properties, small country home Inquire at this office. EMMERT R. BOWLUS Real Estate--Insurance--Auctioneer 100 W. Church St. Freaerick, Md. Phone B85 Salesmen Horace M. Alexander -- R L. Kelly Phone 865 or 2274-W Phon« 33S9

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