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March 16, 1997

Pay-per-call legal advice offered by David Burke

Attorney David R. Burke has started a pay-per-call legal advice and consultation service for citizens needing answers to legal questions.

"Attorney-On-Call" is said to be the first of its kind in Maryland and provides a variety of services to callers, who can speak directly to Burke.

A lawyer for nearly 25 years, Burke has served as an assistant state's attorney, counsel to the Board of Supervisors of Elections for Carroll County and city attorney for Taneytown.

The number for Attorney-On-Call is 900-225-4LAW. The cost is $2.99 per minute. Document preparation and delivery is priced at a flat fee and charged on a credit card. The Board of License Commissioners of Carroll County has approved Class B-beer, wine and liquor licenses for two restaurants in Westminster.

Stacy P. Shaffer, E. Charlene Fauley and Charles H. Diven applied for a liquor license for a Red Lobster restaurant on Route 140 and Gorsuch Road. The restaurant is expected to open in five or six months.

Aniello C. Scotto, owner of Scotto's Cafe at 521-D Jermor Lane, 140 Village Shopping Center, applied for the same type of liquor license. Scotto is in the process of selling a restaurant on Reisterstown Road and will then open up Scotto's Cafe.

Marty Jacobs is promoted to vice president at MPT

Marty Jacobs of Eldersburg, has been promoted to vice president of finance and accounting for Maryland Public Television.

He has been with MPT for 19 years as business manager and director of finance.

He is a member of the Maryland Public Finance Officers Association, Public Broadcasting Management Association and Association of School Business Officials.

CPA Joseph Molinaro is certified valuation analyst

Joseph Molinaro, a certified public accountant with McLean, Koehler, Sparks and Hammond's Westminster office, recently received his certified valuation analyst designation.

Given from the National Association of Certified Valuation Analysts, the designation recognizes exemplary skills and knowledge after a training and testing process.

Molinaro specializes in accounting, auditing and management consulting, as well as handling tax issues for clients.

O'Conor, Piper & Flynn honors its top agents

O'Conor, Piper & Flynn Realtors recently honored its top sales agents of 1996 at an awards reception held at Martin's West.

Winners were:

Sales Masters Chairman's Club for more than $6 million in sales: Fredi Miller, Westminster office.

Sales Masters President's Club for $4 million to $6 million in sales: Gwenn and Gary Bockelmann, Phil and Ginny Cunningham, Westminster office.

Sales Masters Director's Club for sales of $2 million to $4 million: Diane Bastress, Jane Brown, Mary Cutsail, Robin Harrison, Gail Henzem, Gary Klicpera, Susie Rippel, Sylvis Somers, Jo Ann Walton, Marilynn Weiner, Eldersburg office.

Thomas Bates, Darlene Blizzard, Judy Gill, Jan Hagedorn, Shirley Howes, Wayne Lockard, Chris Shipley, Al Noblin, Carole Stensil, Westminster office.

Stephanie Appler, John Eichler, Barbara Gordon-Utz, Patricia Groth, Margaret Rosenberger, Hampstead office.

Blue Ribbon Club for sales of $1 million to $2 million: Wanda Huester, Peter O'Sullivan, Elene Pelovitz, Bill Sapp, Jane fTC Sharp-Schneider, Eldersburg office.

Barbara Bellgrau, Alice Bradley, Mike Clear, Barbara Collins, Pat Halligan, Peggy Hoffman, Andy Keefer, Mike Kelly, Burton Lee, Gladys Warthen, Tina Yingling, Westminster office.

Rusling Blackburn, Denise Diegel, Elizabeth Stepp, Hampstead office.

Office Listing Associate of the Year for the highest number of listings: Fredi Miller, Westminster; Margaret Rosenberger, Hampstead; Gary Klicpera, Eldersburg.

Office Residential Associate of the Year for settling the highest commission dollars: Fredi Miller, Westminster; Margaret Rosenberger, Hampstead; Diane Bastress, Eldersburg.

Rookie of the Year: Tina Yingling, Westminster; Wanda Huester, Eldersburg.

Pub Date: 3/16/97

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