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   Frederick News-Post (Newspaper) - December 28, 1979, Frederick, Maryland                                I I I Cor Pool Index I'm In (ohtlng tmr pool. Norno. I i Destination. I I Work Clip moil to: Frederick Item-Port Mtf lost Frederick, Md. 21711 I I I ,4 New Listings The News-Post continues to offer its customers a listing of people who want to start or join a car pool. However, we have canceled the old listing and have started a new group- ing. If you wish your listing in the Car Pool Index to con- tinue, please cut it out, paste, tape or staple it to the form above. Make any corrections necessary. Mail it to the ad- dress on the coupon. We will carry the Car Pool Index as -often as space permits. -MRS DORIS BROWN, Rt 1, Frederick, (Libertytown) Phone SM-S2M Destination downtown Silver Spring Work hours 8 a m -3 30 p m (flexi- ble) r .CHUCK KUHN. Rt 2 Wendy Ct, Monrovia Phone 66S-52I7 Destination Wilier Reed Hospital Work hours 7 m -4 30p ra Flexible FRED ABELGS, 7001 Runny Ct. Clover Hill Phone 6C2-6772 Destination Ariington-Rosslyn Work hours 7 10 am -4 f m Existing car pool, need fourth rider Leaves from Square comer In downtown Frederick ELSIE WOOD. 3524 Petersville Rd KnoxviUe Phone 634-6776 Destination Winchester Hall Work hours m -4 pm -CATHY HEDGES. M10 Daysville Ave Walkersville Phone 145-4545 Destina- tion downtown Frederick Work hours Ma m -4 30pm -C 1C SIMONS. Chesterbrook Apts Mid- dleumro Phone Destination Hagerstown Work hours 7 3d a m 1 Mpm RANDY SWISHER. 11 Norva Ave. Frederick Phone 663-7481 home 765- 1577 work Destination Germantown station (final destination Union Station) Work hours arrive Ger mantown 7 20 a m -depart Germantown 6 4Sp m SCOTT, 12M1 Catoctin Fur- nace Rd Thurmont Phone 271-7636 Destination National Bureau of Stan- dards Work 30 a m -5p m STAN GROW, tut Triumphant Court, r Walkersville Phone Destina- tion IBM-FSD. Gaithersburg Work hours a m -4 30 p m (must leave by 7am dependable) MARILYN BATES. 551 Pheasant Lane. Clarksburg (Hyattstown exit 270) Phone m-Mfti Destination Suburban Hospital Bethesda Work hours 7 a m -4p m DAN BILLARD Rt 1. Fairfield. Pa 17320 Phone Destination southwest Washington. D C Work hours flexiblerange. 6 a m -4p m J L EISEMAN, Rt 2, Box 200. Thur- mont Phone 447-C33C Destination U S UHS Navy Medical center. Betbesda Work hours I t m -4 30 p m (flexible 'RICHARD HEBERT. (0 Apple Way Frederick Phone M2-071I Destination Rockville Pike Work hours t a m S 30pm DONNA CARROLL. Devon Lane. Walkersville Phone M6-M74 Destina- Uoo Shady Grove (Gaithersburg) Work hours leave Seventh Street 7 45 a m -return is flexible BARBARA WALTERS. Bldg D-Jtt. 'Waverley Garden Apts. Frederick Phone 662-5027 Inn-Frederick Work a m -4 p m weekdays a m S p m Sunday JUNE M ROGERS. 6162 Curiosity Coart. Walkersville Phone, work MOO home Destination I- 270 and Shady Grove Road vicinity Work hours JO a m -5 p m (flexi- ble) DAVID MACGREGOR. Rt 2. IJa'msvUle Phone m-tM Destination Army Corps of Engineers (oppotite SiMey MacArthur Blvd. "-Washington, D C Work hours 7am- 110pm BOB WHEELER Peddicord Road. Mount Airy Phone Destination Georgetown Road U S 155 Work hours SMpm ROBERT AYERS. 412 Carroll Pkwy Frederick Phone 664-7526 Destination Independence Ave area. Washington DC Work hours Ja m 1 10pm CHARLES CUNGAN. Teen Barnes Rd Jefferson Phone 371-6M7 home. 770-1576 work Destination Rockville (HEW area Twinbrook and Fishers Lane) Work hours la m -4 JOp m NANCY ZERN. Woodsboro Phone 466- 2341 Destination NIH Bethesda ork hours 30 a m 5pm Need two nders BEATRICE G CROFOOT. Ru 1. 150-2 Unganore Mount Airy Phone 66S-3120 Destination Washington 21st t Pennsylvania Work hours 7 IS 3 4S p m (Rider-dmer needed to complete 4-man car pool Leate Pro- A veil of 22-carat gold U actually spun over the entire surface of each and even, bottle of Old Wellcr 107 proof Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey In addi- tion, any bourbon that claims to be the world's best, better have the proof Wellcr 107 does 107 proof. 1o be exact At no extra cost, you can ftvc personalized bottles of Weller 107 your liquor retailer for or to thi  Straight Bourbon Whiskey by wire call Gift Liquor Service, toll free 800-528-6148 spect Pitta 10 m leave Urbani 6 20 m Destination In D C Connecticut and Florida, 1Mb It L Sis NW. It Pennsylvania NW CAROL KENNEDY, 4M3 Mountvllle Rd Jetferun Phone 174-5395 Destina tion Fort Detriek Work hours flexi- ble. Monday-Friday JAMES E CODD, Rt 1, Box 14. Rt 144, one mile eait at Mt Airy Phone KM Deitination State Office building Work bour> M a m -4-S p m RANDY DONAHUE, Rt U Box 972, Frederick Phone (M-KMI Dettination 15th and New York Ave Waihlnglon. DC Workhourj m -4 45pm MARY EDM1STON, Moxley Rd Damaicut Phone Deatination Rockville (Twinbrook and Parklawn) Work m m JIM HAND. Mt Phillip Rd Frederick Phone Destination Washington, D C (near Union Station) Work hours m -4p m MARJOR1ESCHNEBLY, Rt 1, Box 132. Clear Spring Phone (42-2324 Destina- tion Hagerstown to Frederick Work hours (will vary hours) JOHN LIGHTF1ELD. 75-4S-A Pleasant Grove Dr. tjamsville Phone 831-6545 home. 49M3M work Destination Prince George's Plaza, Hjrattsville Work hours m -4 30pm CHRIS TURNER. 222 Wyngate Dr. Frederick Phone (C2-4M4 Destination USDA-E. Beltsville Work hours am -4 30pm BOB CHANDLER. 1371 Fox Run Ct. Frederick Phone 694-7SM Destination Fort McNair, D C Work hours flex ible RICHARD K MCCULLOUGH. 1622 Liberty Road. Frederick (Mt Pleasant) Phone IM-7227 Destination American University, Massachusetts and Nebraska Aves. Washington Work hours a m -Sp m flexible JOHN TITUS, tsat Liberty Road, (Md 2C Mt Frederick Phone 7277 Destination Gude Drive. Rockville Hours leave 6 a m -4 30 p m Flexible MARY KEENEY. 4430 Valley View Road, Middletown Phone 371-7741 or 443-9014 Destination Parklawn Bldg Rockville Work hours a m -4 30 p m existing car pool Need another driver SUE GRUMBINE. Rt 1, 32 Rawley Rd Mt Airy New Market Phone BU-S174 home, work Destination Fort Meade Work hours I m -4 W p m (flexible) DAN WEST. Rt 1. Box 244 (Mt Carmel Church Rd Keedysville Phone 432- 2S02 home. work Destination Zlst C St NW Washington. D C Work hours m-S 30pm ASA BECK. Rt 464. Brunswick Phone (34 Destination Quince Orchard Work hours I IS am 5 p ra Have ex- isting carpool Would like a few riders, f 16 a week from Brunswick, f 12 from Frederick WILLIAM GREGG. SOI Prospect Blvd Frederick Phone Destination Glen Burnie (near DMV) Work hours I 30a m Sp m flexible SAY SYTHONG. 14 W Sixth St Frederick Phone (leave message) Destination Francis Scott Key Mall Work hours a m -10 or 11 pm HERMAN HEISE. 1717 Tuck Ave Point of Rocks Phone 174-2461 Destination Bethesda-NlH Work hours 6am- 430pm Can also sun new car pool ANTHONY DEROSA. 6370 Revelation Dr. Walkersville Phone 645-6764 Destination West Rockville Work m -3 JOp m (flexible) BONNIE COLE. 24 S Jefferson St. Frederick Phone Destination Pikesville Work hours 6 a m -5 30 pm GLORIA GRANT. 117 Pennsylvania Ave. Frederick Phone 662-0002 Destination National Bureau of Stan- dards Work hours 6 30a m -Spm BARRY SALISBURY. 107 Record SL. Frederick Phone Destination downtown Baltimore Work hours 6 a m -Sp m ROBERT READ. M6 Huntsman Rd Frederick Phone Destination Research Blvd. Shady Grove. Rockville Work hours a m -S IS pm (flexible) DONALD RHEA. Rt 1. Frederick (Ubertytown area) Phone 666-S106 Destination Shady Grave-1270 Work hoars 30a m -S 15pm B1LL1E CAGE. 14J2 Heather Ridge (X. Frederick Phone home work Destination Baltimore (downtown near University of Baltimore) Work hours flexible MARGIE HUMMER, i sa waveriey Dr. Frederick Phone Destina- tion Shady Grate. Gaithersburg Work boars pm Willing to pay tISwk HARRY J LOUCmUDGE Rl 2 Box (4 Araby Rd Frederick Phone 662 Destination 1st D Su NW. Washington D C Work hours a m -4 JIMMIE ANDERSON. Lost Knife Circle No 104. Gaithersburg Phone 646- Destination Fort Ritchie Work hours m -4 JOp m LINDA SMITH. 10 Pendleton Ct. Frederick Heights Frederick Phone 662-02U Destination Winchester Hall Work boors m -4p m DONALD T NELSON. 1 E Annapolis ct RL J Mt Airr Phone (31-7772 Destination Workboart 7 a m -4pm BRENDAN HEDGES No 123 Rockville Pike. Rocktille Phone 762- U4t CM Demnalion _ Frederick Vo-Tech Cenler Work a m 3 30pm BARBARA BURG. BsrkrTtlova Phone (74 5131 Destination IBM Gaitherftbvrs: Work hours 7 SO a IB 4 20 p   TTI TflKDIE DAVK LONG Hi 4 Ra MrniW Airj nrar 28 ana 75 Phone KMBSJ Shsiy Grmt Read Work hours 7 a n> t M RepORts MARYLAND FEED GRAIN REPORT GRAIN NEWS HIGHLIGHTS If something is repeated often enough by enough people, it tends to become accepted as a fact and may thus become a self-fulfilling prophecy Hopefully, this will not happen to grain and soybean prices However, the handwriting is already on the wall At a Top Farmers of America meeting, price outlook was per- meated by one theme price weak- ness all the way from livestock to corn, wheat and soybeans Tremendous harvests and big carry- overs are expected to finally put down- ward pressure on corn and soybean prices, while a slower economy and heavy marketings weigh on livestock prices At the same time, a commercial futures trend analyzer cautions on expo't optimism because many buyers have Boyds resident gets six-months for gun thefts A 23-year-old Boyds resident was given a six-month sentence following his admission of stealing four handguns, five rifles and a shotgun from a distant relative's residence. Harry Randolph Covell admitted the theft during a hearing before Circuit Court Judge Samuel W. Barrick. Covell was sentenced to serve the time at the Montgomery County Pre-release Center where he is involved in a rehabilitation program. Covell admitted the larceny, which occurred at the Savage residence on Meadowlark Drive on July A scheduled jury trial was dismissed Thursday when prosecutor Mary Ann Stepler dismissed charges against Garland Bledford Burton, 33, when Stepler indicated the state lacked evidence to proceed with the trial. Bur- ton was accused of two grand larcenies and two receiving stolen goods. The charges were connected with a Feb. 25, 1979, forced entry into the Lebherz building, 401 W. Patrick St. Pieces of office equipment were taken from Mary Mac Realty Co. and Better Homes Realty. George Dorsey ITALIAN ART WASHINGTON (AP) A selection of 151 drawings from the Art Institute of Chicago which represents most of the major schools of Italian art from the 15th through the 18th centuries is on view at the National Gallery of Art through March 2. The gallery says artists in the show in- clude Pisanello, Tiepolo, Veronese and Canaletto. already essentially filled their needs, much commercial pricing has already taken place, and Southern Hemisphere export competition is due to pick up Domestically, reduced spendable in- come could cut livestock and poultry de- mand bringing unfavorable repercus- sions on feed demand and, therefore, prices Oil World, a European-based maga- zine, predicts export availability of soy- beans, soymeal, and soyoil over actual demand will reach record levels, rising to six times the level of last year This is projected to push down Rotterdam bean and meal prices by 12 to 22 percent and soyoil prices by 13 to 23 percent. Soy- beans will also have heavy non-soybean competition World oilseed production is up by 20 million metric tons Three- fourths of this increase is soybeans, but five million tons of the increased pro- duction come from competing oilseeds. John L Crothors Jr, Marketing Specialist, University of Maryland. PHILADELPHIA EGGS Demand irregular. Prices to retailer: Sales to volume buyers, consumer grade white eggs in carton, delivered store door: A extra large 76-81, A large 75-79, A medium 69-73. The prices listed do not include all sales some may be higher or lower than listed. BALTIMORE EGGS Demand slow to fair. Supplies ample. Grade A large 80-84. Grade A medium 75-79. THE POST. Frederick, Md. _ Friday. December 21.1979 C-3 ClASSIHtD AD INDf X sgtt- CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING DCAOUMfS 662-1162 i Cell 10 ANTIQUES Wanted Old furniture, china. guns coins for cosh 662 3 jware, 3990. STAINED GLASS WINDOWS lamp shades repaired Bent glass replaced Mirrors resilvered Russell Glass Studio, 328 N Market St, Fred AAd Frederick resident receives maximum speeding penalty A 17-year-old Frederick resident who ignored the Burkittsville speed limit was fined the maximum penalty allowed by law. Michael P. Salima of Poplar Street was convicted and sentenced Thursday by District Court Judge William Wenner who indicated Salima had several previous speeding convictions and had received "and obliviously ignored" a course at the driver rehabilitation pro- gram. Salima was arrested by a state police radar operator and charged with driving 14 miles per hour over the 25 mph limit. Cpl. W. Long had established a col- lateral on the speeding arrest. In other cases heard by Judge Wen- ner, Mark Anthony Hotgi, 19, Walkers- ville, was fined on three violations of the state traffic laws. Hotgi admitted having an inadequate muffler and driv- ing an unregistered vehicle but denied failure to yield the right of way when making a right turn on a red light. Hotgi contended a westbound vehicle on Patrick Street changed lanes in the intersection with Bentz Street as he was making his right turn from Bentz to Patrick. Hotgi was arrested by Pvt. Chase. Judge Wenner indicated Hotgi took away the westbound vehicle's right-of-way by entering the boulevard. Noting Hotgi's previous conviction for driving the same unregistered vehicle. Judge Wenner fined Hotgi plus for inadequate muffler since Hotgi said he had been carrying his replacement muffler for at least four days, and for the right of way violation. Edward Summers was re- turned to the alcohol treatment center at the veteran's hospital in Martinsburg pending completion of a presentencing report. Summers was convicted of in- decent exposure by urinating on the sidewalk in the 300 block of North Market Street. Defense attorney David Yinger indicated his client was highly intoxicated and didn't know what he was doing when arrested by police. Edward Can- of Balti- more was granted probation before judgment on a charge of exceeding the 55 mph limit on 1-70 with a top speed of 72 mph. His attorney Richard Winters indicated it was Carr's first conviction on his 15-year driving record. Gene Mason, Walkersville, was given a suspended fine for spinn- ing wheels while turning a corner in Walkersville. He contended his car had mechanical problems. Tpr. Charles Keller said he ordered the car towed to a garage to check out the alleged pro- blems. George Dorsey NEW YORK STATE DAIRY COWS 3 miles south of Woodsboro on Coppermine Road. We have loads of caws and heifers shipped from New York and Pennsylvania every week. They are out of the bet- ter herds many artificially sired hand picked for milk and type. Most are first and second calf heifers. Also some well-bred registered cattle. If you need replace- ments worth the money, please call us. Your business will be appreciated. TOM KOLB Woodsboro, Md. HOME (301) 829-2791 FARM (301) 898-5900 PUBLIC SALE Located at the Myersville Fire Hall (Frederick Co.. MD) Saturday. December 29.1979. at 3-30 P.M. Oak furniture, including round oak table, oak washstands, rocking chairs, old sewing machine, school desks old trunks, old tin ware, store scales. 30 gallon copper kettle. John Bell brown 2 gallon John Bell 1 gallon crock, John Bell plates, copper luster lamp, red and white quilt, old postcards carnival goblets, old oil lamps, large regulator clock, Jerome and Darpow triple shelf clock, other clocks, old watches, cut glass. Custer pieces, color TV. brass horse weathervane. several old guns large bills from to ANTIQUE FIRE COMPANY HOSE REEL. CIRCA 1800s FIVE HUNDRED NICE SMALL ITEMS TERMS CASH NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS CALVIN E. TRITAPOE, SALES MANAGER JAMES G COCHRAN Auctioneer F E. BRINKLEY. Clerk PUBLIC NOTICES ADVERTISEMENT NOTICE Maryland Midland Railway Company Sealed bids are invited for the furnishing and installation of timbers (bridge ties) on the Little Pipe Creek railroad bridge, Key mar, Md. Bids will be received up to 10 o'clock, A.M. Friday, January Copies of the invitation and specifications may be ob- tained by calling Mr. Chad- wick, (301) 428-8450. Dec. 26 to 28 MAR LEE FARM "TOP 10" CALF SALE FRIDAY, DECEMBER 28.1979 Storting ol 7 00 p m EST TOP TEN Chi Angus C Other X sleers Some Ideol Form Show Prospects TOP TEN Angus Show Heifers most fay Linebacker of Wye TOP TEN Chi Angus Heifers Sisters to steers that averaged at our November steer sale All ore calves Due to many requests we are offering our top heifers and late weaned steers along with 6 Western steers that ore the best we will offer this year If you liked the cattle m our November sole Wait till you see these' Take Exit 6 off Route 70 at Frederick Maryland Sole will be held at heated Beef Born at Frederick Fairgrounds Calves will be on display at thai location Thursday December 27th Food sole day compliments of Mar lee Form 4 30 6 30 Steers purchased at this sale will be eligible to show at the 1980 MAR LEE STEER SHOW LeeE Miller DVM Grovel Hill Rood Woodsboro Md 301 Wes McAllister Dublin Rood Wolkersville Md 301 898 5691 STATE OF MARYLAND NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO ALL PERSONS INTER- ESTED IN THE ESTATE OF JESSE JAMES BALLARD This is to give notice that the undersigned, Mary L. Johnson whose address is 685 S.W. 5th St., Apt. 2, Belle Glade, Florida 34340 was, on Decem- ber 18, 1979, appointed per- sonal representative of the es- tate of Jesse James Ballard who died on December without a will. All persons having any ob- jection to such appointment shall file the same with the Register of Wills of Frederick County on or before June 18, 1980 (six months from the date of such All persons having claims against the decedent must present their claims to the undersigned, or file the same with the said Register of Wills on or before six months from the date of such appointment. Any claim not so filed on or before such date or any exten- sion thereof provided by law, shall be unenforceable there- after. Mary L. Johnson Personal Representative i Date of first {publication: {December Thomas M Eichelberger Register of Wills 'Dec. 21.28. Jan. 4 PUBLIC NOTICES December was fix- ed by the Board of Directors as the record date for deter- mination of stockholders en- titled to notice of, and to vote at, the meeting or any ad- journments thereof. The action to be taken at the meeting on the first matter above is subject to the ap- proval of the Board of Gover- nors of the Federal Reserve System, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation and the Maryland Bank Commis- sioner. Dissenting stock- holders will be entitled to pay- ment of the value of only those shares voted against approval of the merger under the provi- sions of Section 113 of Article 11 of the Annotated Code of Maryland. ____ BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS Elizabeth M. Grossnickle Secretary Dec. 28, Jan. 30 FOR RENT-APARTMENTS Wanted Old guns swords military terns 8 books Aft 5pm 874-2993 strij no. Refinnlv ipping, refinishmqi con ledookfurniture 029-0565 iuying Quotas Pick a Penny Com Shop Buy-SeN-Trode Silver Gold at Standard Member of ASA 301-253-6414 Mrs 10-0 Won-Sot Antique Cars 1950 Chevy Sedan I 5r, T9474Dr Chevy, 1937 4 Dr Chevy Coll 447-6261. oft 6ft m____________ Furn t metal stripping 3 firs of anti- ques collectibles Caning supplies mm doll house furn Brass hardware Buck stove Circuit Rider Shop, Woods- boro. 898-5555__________________ Brass Bed. Call 371 5231 aft 5 30 llectibles small anti- Selling many collectibles si ques Juniper Or Ph 694-9591 15 BOATS MOTORS WE HAVE STIK STEERING WARE, INC 662-0215 20 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Brick duplex go western section mortgage avail 271 2443 Frederick Secant travel Moving Have step van WIN travel wpv delivery hauling other 253-5396 25 CAMPERS CAMPING EQUIPMENT__________ OUTSIDE STORAGE fenced, lighted safe convenient, resident manager Frederick Self Storage. 662-7575 TRUCK CAPS OPl Sun Camping Ctr Inc Behind Interstate Exxon Rt 355 8 70, Evergreen Pt Fred Phone 662-0555_______ RV Owners Get good income ant tremendous tax benefits We rent you RV to others when you're not using it i provide full management services K storage also available Eastern Turtle Top Woodsboro Md 845-8070 Tues Sat 8-530 1970 Siarcraft Tr tlr, sips 6 cond used 5 times, 6100 30 FOR COLLEGE ESTATES 1 8 2 BR Apts i 4 BR townhouses Rental mcls heat Office 1330 Tone Ave Phone 663-9514 Open Sots 101 5pm SSuns 12lo5p m________ STEWART AAANOR APTS. Newly renovated 1 8 2 BR opts froi per mo Avail immed Call 662 1638aft 4pm 1 BR apt, mcls hot water, elee w s Off Si parking W 4th St Gas hot O. heal 7558 Call Mr Kuczma 891 Hist Dist, avail___ pletely furn'd 1 BR LR, eat-in Dec 1st. 1979, com ki sec depos req pets 662-5594 or 663-1150 between p m 8 p m only________________ Emmitsburg. 2 BR apt CAC. tiled bath mod kit, dishwasher carpeted laun dry facilities pnv parking, no pets sec dep 1 yrs lease, no utils tncl 447-6200________________ Thurmont 1st fir. 1 BR opt elec heat AC carpet no children pels Ph 271-2060 1 BR apt Fred area downtown single or couple 662-9476 30 FOR RENT-APARTMENTS WAVERLEY GARDEN APARTMENTS Luxurious 1 2 ft 3 BR's. Various options avail., mcl. washer dryer ft carpeting All utils incl All adult sections system Swimming pools, tennis courts. AC Located nr Elementary School ft shopping center. Some short-term leases avail 0 FOR RENT-APARTMENTS Apt. Open 663-8444 MON.-FRI. 9-5 SAT. 10-5 SUN. 12-5 Dir. 40W behind Fred. Towne Mall FREDERICKTOWN BANK TRUST COMPANY Frederick, Maryland NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING OF STOCKHOLDERS TO BE HELD JANUARY 23, Notice is hereby given that a special meeting of stock- holders of Fredencktown Bank Trust Company will be held at the main office of Fredericktown. 30 North Market Street. Frederick. Maryland, on January 23. 1910 at 11 00 a m for the following purposes 1 To consider and act upon an Agreement of Merger pro- viding for the merger of Fredericktown into State Bank 4 Trust Company, an af- filiate of Mercantile Bankshares Corporation, and related matters 2 To transact such other business as may properly come before the meeting Quiet... ...ana Peaceful! erth woricK Our i ity new ono anfl two is-ome all frleclnc rancb big htp lots carpeting individually 'fd tif-atrnq a-ifj air w'f- e. ard a a iu CMtilf TV life' iToodlawn Village Kef frfljenck Won fn i 30 U S V, U U, W te o- Wtnwty D. Urtl or, i 7333 2 W, 5 rm opt In Mlddlctewn trills Soc 1 yr axno.no mils oft 6 Thurmont Garden or 2 BR opts carpal, ion 01 mo See dep 1 yr nopals ApplMoM 1 2S 3 BR Apartments WoH-to-woll carpeting dishwasher, tove, refrigerator S disposal Pool S ennis courts 3 BR's now available Ph 663 1833 Located on Toney Ave fted la opt in Frederick, mcls all utiIt Coll HOPP 371-7101____________ WESTERN AAD APTS n Emmitiburg 1 BR efficiency opts or rent heat elec mcl adults only, no pels 27I-41M____ CHESTERBROOK GARDEN APTS MIDDLETOWN 2 BR apt for rent carpet draperies, d w etc furn No pelt 371-5333_____________________ Church St i 3R apt avail Jan 1 No pets plus elec Security deposit required 694-B451 oft 6 3 rm opt E Church St No children? no pets 662 9792 or 663-9174 2nd fir 1 BR apt m residential section stove refrig heat S hot water furn 1 yr lease sec dep Avail mmed 662 3272 if no answer 662- 2592 _____________________ apt for rent m Emmitsburg 447 3rms S both, unfurn E Patrick St 3rd fir only couples apply avail mmed OffSt parking, 662-2344 I Second St, Historic disl 1 BR 5 mo off street parking Write P 6 Box 1001. Frederick, Md 21701 rVoodsboro, 1 BR, no children no pets Sec dep ref read mo Call Foirfield Real Estate, 662-6597 or Scott Cove. 865-3552___________________ For rent eff apt .Brunswick ncls utils Dep req 834 7073 Furnished one bedroom apartment. North Wisner Street month in- cludes heat References and security deposit required 662-6200 loe unfurn 3rdfl apt, hist dist Lease SVefs mo 663-3654 2-3 BR, LR DR mod kit bath, 2 win- dow AC, patio storage water mcl Sec dep Aft 6pm 694 8451_______________________ Furn 'd 1 BR opt in country IR. study kit 8 remg pvt bath pvt ent no dogs horses permitted I person 2 per- sons Avail Jan 1st located nr Mversville 301-797-4223 1 BR apt heal utils park Newlyredecorated 6624007 rking meld WILLQNCtfST APARTMENTS New 1-2 BR opts from Plus electricity. washer full carpet each apartment. Rental office open Won. thru Fn 9-5. Sat 10-5; Sun. 12-5. West on Rt 40 (W. Patrick St.) right on Willowdale Dr. at Wendy s. Phone 662-2503 Equal Homing Opportunity FREDERICK HEIGHTS APARTMENTS Spacious 1 ft 2 Bedroom Apartments FREE On EveryHFloor Right Outside Your Door SWIM CLUB INDIVIDUAL HEATS e FAMILY BUILDINGS SMALL PETS WELCOME TERRACE APTS DAY NURSERY from '264 per month Plus utilities Monthly Cost of Heat Guaranteed Models Open Daily 11 a.m.-op.m. Across from K-Mart U.S. Rt. 40 West (W. Patrick St.) 662-6700 Equal Hooting Opportunity QUEST REALTY INC. 1713 Rosemoni Avenue 662 1313 or JS8 6700 473 5540 eves ERA MEMBER BROKER APARTMENTS NEW MARKET All utilities included' Large one bedroom apartment ready for im mediate occupancy per month FREDERICK Two bedroom apartment with off-street parking Heat included (270 00 per month NEW MARKET immaculate one bedroom with fireplace delightful kitchen deck and rear yard All utilities mclud ed per month HOUSES AND TOWNHOUSES THE MONTH Rancher with four bedrooms baths mom floor family room two fireplaces on two acres of woods 00 per month plus utilities AMSER MEADOWS Beautiful townhouse with three bedrooms 1 baths nt and equipped kit Immediate occupancy 00 per month CARROLL PARK MANOR Three bedroom unit Reotfy for immediate occupancy per month plus utilities DISCOVERY lovely w 3 2 i baths fully equipped kit S fenced yard Immediate oc tuponcy per month utilities. 35 FOR Mi Airy In tmmltsburg t or ver, tempt A oppi 't nc dfp r pe.it MOD T2t I'o I Avenue ID 3orl'CO''Ott 3 1 mod mo Mo 1694-8000 00 o S 1350 ff Colo 2 i cell In: NEWSPAPER! lEWSPAPJLJRl   

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