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CLASSIFIEDS The Beacon prints classified advertising under the following headings: Business & Employment Opportunities; Caregivers; Computer Services; Entertainment; For Sale; For Sale/Rent: Real Estate; Free; Health; Home/ Handyman Services; Miscellaneous; Personals; Personal Services; Vacation Opportunities; and Wanted. For submission guidelines and deadlines, see the box on the right. CAVEAT EMPTOR! The Beacon does not knowingly accept obscene, offensive, harmful, or fraudulent advertising. However, we do not investigate any advertisers or their products and cannot accept responsibility for the integrity of either. Respondents to classified advertising should always use caution and their best judgment. EMPLOYMENT & REAL ESTATE ADS: We will not knowingly or intentionally accept advertising in violation of federal, state, and local laws prohibiting discrimination based on race, color, national origin, sex, familial status or handicap in connection with employment or the sale or rental of real estate.

Business & Employment Opportunity LOOKING FOR INVESTMENTS of $25,000, $105,000 and up. University students, investment club. Never be alone again. Dinner out, bowling, dancing, movies, travel the world with the students. Call Rita Davis, 443-544-9032, evening, 9 p.m.

Caregivers CNA/CMT WITH 17 YEARS EXPERIENCE seeks sick/elderly care at home/nursing home Saturday/Sunday nights. Baltimore, Harford and Howard Counties. Call 443-559-2987. TRANSPORT/CAREGIVER WITH CNA/ CMT/CPR/FIRST AID certifications seeks private duty. Errands: shopping, doctor’s appointments, social engagements, bathing, dressing, do laundry, and prepare light meals. I am available full/part-time. Call, 443-559-2987.

For Rent QUIET ROOM – MT. WASHINGTON. Share kitchen and baths. References. Security Deposit. Near light rail. 410-542-0550. GARDENVILLE – LARGE FURNISHED ROOM, private bath, with microwave and refrigerator for rent on 2nd floor of private home. Reasonable references. 410-485-1702.

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For Rent ROOM IN BEAUTIFUL SAFE NEIGHBORHOOD for a senior veteran or a mildly handicapped person. All utilities included for $500 a month. Share kitchen and bath, 443-630-4782.

For Sale GLEN HEAVEN MEMORIAL PARK – Glen Burnie. 1 space double vault. Complete package deal. $3,500. 443-618-1263. 1 SINGLE FLUSH GRAY GRANITE VAULT – casket and lot in Forest Lawn sec. at Loudon Park Cemetery, Wilkins Ave. $4,200. Good Deal. 410-247-3644. CREST LAWN MEMORIAL GARDENS, Sermon on the Mount, two plots, each valued at $4,125. Best offer on each one or both. 443-8585799. Leave message. 2 SALVADOR DALI woodblock prints from Dante’s Divine Comedy. Signed and framed. Asking $900 for the pair. Can email pictures if desired. Call Steve 410-913-1653.

Home/Handyman Services BASEMENT OR FOUNDATION PROBLEMS? LEVELIFT SYSTEMS, INC. offers honest, professional, no-pressure inspection, consultation & repair quotes for owner-occupied homes with settling, cracking & buckling basement walls. Our 23-yearold Jessup, Maryland-based firm has a spotless record with Angie’s List, Better Business Bureau and Maryland State Home Improvement Commission. Ask for Paul. Office: 301-369-3400. Cell: 410365-7346. MHIC #45110. MIKE RUPARD – A FULL SERVICE PAINTING contractor. Interior. Exterior. “No job is too small.” 30 years experience. Free estimates. Fully-licensed and insured. 301-674-1393. BALTIMORE’S BEST JUNK REMOVAL – Clean Outs: Whole House, Emergency, Attics/Basements. Furniture and Junk Removal, Yard Waste Removal, General Hauling, Construction Debris Removal. Free estimates. 10% Senior Discount. Licensed, Bonded and Insured. Call Jesse, 443-379-HAUL (4285). HANDYMAN MATTERS will help you stay safe in your own home. Professional, Reliable Skilled Craftsmen. Grab Bar Installation, Bathroom Modifications and your to-do list! 410-549-9696. MHIC # 89094. SANFORD & SON HAULING Trash removal, house & estate clean-outs, garage cleanouts, yard work & cleanups, demolition, shed removal. 410-746-5090. Free Estimates. Insured. Call 7 days a week 7am – 7pm.

Miscellaneous ATLANTIC CITY BUS TRIP. Saturday, October 19. Departing/returning Security Blvd. Park and Ride. 8am to 8pm. $40 (roundtrip, breakfast, free slots). Payment due September 30. For more information, call Lucy, 410-371-1345.

pus, the gallery will host “3 Songs, No Flash: My Adventures as a Rock ‘n’ Roll Photographer,” by Jefferson Jackson Steele. Towson University Towson University ( is home to four galleries on its campus: the Asian Arts & Culture Center, which introduces and promotes the arts and culture of Asia and also houses an arts collection of approximately 1,000 objects from all over Asia; the Center for the Arts Gallery, which is the main venue for viewing some of the region’s and nation’s finest artwork, and the Holtzman MFA Art Gallery, which focuses on shows related to the MFA program. UMBC UMBC’s Center for Art, Design and Visual Culture ( is a nonprofit organization dedicated to organizing comprehensive exhibitions, publishing catalogs, CDs, DVDs, and books on the arts, and educational and community outreach projects.


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LEARN ENGLISH – SPANISH – ITALIAN – FRENCH – PORTUGUESE Conversational. Grammatical. Private lessons. Reasonable Rates. Tutoring students. 443-352-8200.

MILITARY ITEMS Collector seeks: helmets, weapons, knives, swords, bayonets, webgear, uniforms, inert ordnance, ETC. From 1875 to 1960, US, German, Britain, Japan, France, Russian. Please call Fred 301-910-0783, Thank you. Also Lionel Trains.

ESTATE SPECIALIST, experts in estate clean-outs and preparing your house for sale. Trash removal, house cleanouts, light moving, demolition, yard work, cleaning. 410-746-5090. Free estimates. Insured. Call 7 days 7am - 7pm.

Wanted CASH BUYER FOR OLD COSTUME JEWELRY – pocket and wrist watches (any condition). Also buying watchmaker tools and parts, train sets and accessories, old toys, old glassware & coins. 410-655-0412. VINYL RECORDS WANTED from 1950 through 1985. Jazz, Rock-n-Roll, Soul, Rhythm & Blues, Reggae and Disco. 33 1/3 LPs, 45s or 78s, Larger collections of at least 100 items wanted. Please call John, 301-596-6201. WE BUY OLD AND NEW COINS, Jewelry, Silver and Gold, Paper Money too. Watches, Clocks and Parts, Military Badges and Patches Old and New. Call Greg, 717-658-7954.

FINE ANTIQUES, PAINTINGS AND QUALITY VINTAGE FURNISHINGS wanted by a serious capable buyer. I am very well educated [law degree] knowledgeable [over 40 years in the antique business] and have the finances and wherewithal to handle virtually any situation. If you have a special item, collection or important estate I would like to hear from you. I pay great prices for great things in all categories from oriental rugs to Tiffany objects, from rare clocks to firearms, from silver and gold to classic cars. If it is wonderful I am interested. No phony promises or messy consignments. References gladly furnished. Please call Jake Lenihan, 301-279-8834. Thank you. LADIES 25-75 WHO LOVE TO SING. Join us in a cappella harmony. for details.

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OLD AND NEW WE BUY Sterling Silver Flatware, Tea Sets or Single Pieces., Furniture, Tools, Cameras, Good Glassware, Artwork Too. Toys From Trains to Hotwheels, Action Figures to Star Wars. Call Greg, 717-658-7954.

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Museum and Library, which includes paintings, decorative arts, rare books and more. Goucher College Silber Art Gallery at Goucher College ( is the new home to Goucher’s permanent collection and its program of contemporary art exhibitions. The gallery also hosts a range of programming, from the traditional to the experimental, featuring the work of students, emerging artists, and established names alike. Stevenson University Stevenson University Art Gallery ( is a significant venue for regional artists and collectors, and offers seven shows per year in a variety of media, including paintings, prints, sculpture and photography. Through Oct. 5 on the Greenspring Cam-

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October 2013 Baltimore Beacon Edition  

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