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Property Transfers Kenneth E. Jr. and Lucille S. Blunt, Alexandria, Va., to Mary M. Hood, Alexandria, Va., Unit 27, Stage IV, Sea Pines Village Condominium, Phase I, Baltimore Hundred, $115,000. Roy E. and Kathleen Rogers, Rehoboth Beach, to Forrest D. and Josephine C. Smith, Rehoboth Beach, Lot C, Route 372A, Lewes and Rehoboth Hundred, $83,000. Ronald C. and Brenda R. Shriner, Annapolis, Md., to Thomas J. Madegan, D.D.S., Po- tomac, Md., Lot 100, The Salt Pond, Phase I, Baltimore Hun- dred, $165,000. Bonnie J. Zonko, Selbyville, to Francis P. Sr. and Gloria E. Zur- muhlen, Annapolis, Md., Lot 116, Parkwood Street, Bethany Beach, Baltimore Hundred, $355,000. Buchanan Developers Inc., Ocean City, Md., to William E. Haggerty, The Mclntyre Law Firm, Lancaster, Pa., Lot 12, Cat Hill, Baltimore Hundred, $147,800. David A. and Judith C. Lipp, Oakton, Va., to H. Paris and Alice Coleman, Alexandria, Va., Unit 503-N, Sea Colony East, Phase I Condominium, Baltimore Hun- dred, $129,000. Raymond T. and Saralee E. Stevens, Selbyville, to Creative Concepts of Bethany Inc., Bethany Beach, two tracts, Wood- land Avenue, Ocean View, Balti- more Hundred, $150,000. Denise W. Smith, Ellicott City, Md., to Anthony V.E. Bright, Wilmington, Lot 167, Rolling, Lewes and Rehoboth Hundred, $23,000. John J. Haney, Wilmington,= to John and Deborah Kunkle, York, Pa., Lot 24, Block R, Section 3, Angola By The Bay, Indian River Hundred, $22,000. Lynn A. and Francis J. Hoyle Jr. andLoi L. COnner, Frankford, to Charities An0nymouS Founda- tion, Laurel, Du Pont Highway, Dagsboro Hundred, $80,000. Chesapeake Forest Products Company, West Point, Va., to Robert W. Durham, trustee and Norris L. Niblett, Laurel, Lots 1, 2, 3 and 4, Shiloh Acres, Broad Creek Hundred, $97,884. Clearwater Land Ltd., Bethany Beach, to John D. and Lois Nime, Jamesburg, N.J., Unit 174, Phase 2, Stage XXXIV, Halfmoon Bay Condominium, Baltimore Hun- dred, $155,600. Bethany Forest Association Inc., Ocean View, to Paul R. and Margaret A. Zerblis, Mars, Pa., Lot 26, Bethany Forest, Baltimore Hundred, $48,000. Clifton J. Daisey, trustee, Re- hoboth Beach, to Key West In- vestments LLC, Rehoboth Beach, two parcels, Route 274, Lewes and Rehoboth Hundred, $600,000. Robert W. Durham, trustee, Laurel, to Russell M. and Amy H. Hastings, Laurel, Lot 5, North Towns End Subdivision, Little Creek Hundred, $85,500. Marvin and Bernadine Z. Paulshock, Wilmington, to Toren Finkel and Beth Rosner, Bethes- da, Md., Unit 2D-5, Sea Colony East, Phase I Condominium, Bal- timore Hundred, $225,000. Thomas J. and Susan L. Ford, Frankford, to Eric L. and Sherry G. Huovinen, Dagsboro, Lot 14, Section II, Windmill, Baltimore Hundred, $31,500. W.S. & Purdon W. Frey, York, Pa., to Frank L. Hurley and Catharine C. Dorrier, Arlington, Va., Lots 11 and 12 and part of Lots 9 and 10, Block 12-2, At- lantic Avenue, Bethany Beach, Baltimore Hundred, $1,850,000. Robert F. and Susan Gibbs, Fredericksburg, Va., to Fernando L and Alicia A. Tronosco, Annan- dale, Va., Lot6, Block 7, Section 1, Bethany West, Bethany Beach, tomfori Inn awarded hospitality award TheComfort Inn Rehoboth has received the Gold Hospitality Award for the ]cond year in a row from Choice Hotels International, the par- ent ompany of Comfort Inns and Comfort Suites chain. The award is presented annually to hotels thai exceed the rigid quali- ty assurance of choice hotels. This prestigious award recognizes exceptional service, facilities and hospitality. To qualify, a hotel must undergo a series of rigorous inspec- tions that evaluate each department. Last year, less than 5 percent of the eligible hotels in the choice hotel system were presented with the Gold Hospitality Award. The Comfort Inn is owned by Resort Motels, LLC, and is operated by Maryann Payne, general manager. Baltimore Hundred, $135,000. Richard G. and Madelon B. Kidwell, Rehoboth Beach, to Ann C. Wilkinson, Lewes, Lot 26, Covey Creek, Lewes and Re- hoboth Hundred, $19,900. Serca Land Company Inc., New Castle, to William C. Jr. and Christine E. Birely, Rehoboth Beach, Lot 9, Block 9, Country Club Estates, Lewes and Re- hoboth Hundred, $90,000. Paynter Johnson, Ellendale, to Debbie K. Shirey, Lincoln, Lot 3, Lands of Samuel Paynter Johnson, Cedar Creek Hundred, $18,000. Dale L. Rinker, individually 0nd as co-executor, Schnecksville, Pa., to William W. and Margaret Gentry, Millsboro, Lot 32, Block B, lands of Steele Land Develop- ment Corporation, Indian River Hundred, $17,000. Elmer E. and Karen Evans, Mc- Kees Rocks, Pa., to Joel R. and Donna A. Finchum, Pasadena, Md., Lot 10, Section G, Blackwa- ter Village, Baltimore Hundred, $16,000. CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, July 3 - July 9, 1998 - 73 The Villages of Old Landing Development Corporation, to Joseph A. and Joan D. Loflink, Lot 13, Avebury Court, Villages of Old Landing, Lewes and Re- hoboth Hundred, $144,383. VERSAILLES are contempo- rary luxury townhomes with European elegance at a price to fit any lifestyle. Strategical- ly located in Eagles I.anding III resort community, just minutes from world famous outlet shopping! Visitors find amenities including a glistening swim- ming pool, tennis courts, clubhouse, scenic landscap- ing & loads of privacy! lust 37 VERSAILLES Town- house Villas will be offered for sale by Moore, Warfield & Glick, REALTORS. For more information,call: 302-226-3422 or 800-336-9425. of Rehoboth "Affordable Elegance" Inside, one finds spacious rooms awash with sunlight. Prices starting at just $129,900. I .Carrier Continued from page 67 son said he contacted the safety council to nominate Carey, and as far as he knows, the Milton iailman is the only Delawarean ;to earn the Million Mile Club Safe Driver Award this year. !; "In his 30 years, Donald has - done it all," Sampson said. "He has had a walking, driving route in i t0wn, and you can depend on him i tO.git the mail out. When he,s had a postal vehicle break down, he has used his own car to deliver the mail." Carey said his years with the postal service have been pretty calm, and even bad weather hasn't provided too much excitement. He jokes that you get to know everybody delivering mail in a small town, but they know you, too, so you have to stay out of trouble. -.e letter carrier will complete l$110th year in December, and so far, he's not saying if he will retire or go for another million accident- free miles.