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January 10, 1997

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From The Cape Gazette's Traveler Series* Michael Short photo Rockfish holding up off coast From left, Bob Strickler, Beth Polli and Sean Barba made a nice catch of rockfish on the Grizzly captained by Jerry Blakeslee. Fishing has remained good with the Monday, Dec. 30 charter returning with five keeper rockfish. Dennis Forney photo A real pair of cowboys Jay Polite O), a Rehoboth Beach native who lives in New Castle, is a Delaware and United States champion decorative decoy carver who was on hand for the annual Eastern Sussex Chapter Ducks Unlimited banquet held in December. Polite won the world championship in 1989. He is shown here with Ron Russell of Dewey Beach. Dennis Forney photo Hank at the helm Hank Brittingham serves as logistics manager for the Lewes Polar Bear dips that take place on New Year's Day and on the first Sunday of each month beginning with November and ending with April. Hank handles air and water tempera- ture recording and mans the official clock ticking off the min- utes to dip time. New Year's Day water temperature? 38" F. CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, January 10 - January 16, 1997 - 59 Bob and Eleanor Cordrey of Lewes Fred and Barbara Start of Rehoboth read their Cape Gazette on the island Beach swap places with Bob and of Oahu in Hawaii. Eleanor at the Del Monte plantation. On Oahu, the Cape Gazette reads well in balmy breezes Bob and Eleanor Cordrey of Lewes celebrated their 25th wedding anniver- sary in grand style in October of 1995 with a cruise to Hawaii and a stopover in the Oahu city of Honolulu. Their good friends Fred and Barbara Starr of Rehoboth Beach joined them for the journey. Their tour of Oahu took them to the Del Monte pineapple plantation where most of the world's supply of pineapple is grown and canned. They found the pineapple story to be interesting but once their thirst for knowledge was whetted they reached quickly for their Cape Gazettes and found the combination of local Imowl- edge and the balmy Hawaiian air to be delightful. They are shown here beneath the sign pointing the way to Oahu's north shore, famed for its beauty and magnificent surf. We accept  and  as payment for Cape Gazette subscriptions. To have your credit card billed, please include your number and expiration date. Let us know which subscription category you would like and include your phone number so we can contact you if necessary. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: 1 Year in county ........................... $25.00 Student (9 months) ...................... $30.00 6 months in county ........................ 12.50 Snowbird (in Sussex part of I year out of county ....................... 40.00 the year, elsewhere the rest) ............... 30.00 6 months out of county .................. 20.00 Sr. citizen discount (62) Substract S2 for ] yr.. Sl for 6 mos.