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CE ,4il, Atnm l,lx-r+',, New Homes Ready For Spring! Kids' Ketch reopens The grand opening and rib- bon cutting of the new Kids' Ketch at 132 Second St. in Lewes was held on April 4. Above, proprietors Teresa and Jim Ford stand in the spacious new store that once housed Franklin Hardware. At right, they join Lewes Councilman Ed Zygmonski, left, and Mayor George H.P. Smith for the ribbon cutting ceremony. The store features toys for all ages and children's fash- ions. Edward jones ' Egeln invites all to attend Costas mterview April 20 Anthony Egeln, the local Ed- call in and ask Costas questions, cations than any other brokerage ward Jones investment representa- "This broadcast provides an op- firm in the nation. five, will host a free, live satellite portunity for my clients to interact Its investment representatives broadcast at 1 p.m., Monday, with a sports media celebrity," serve more than 2.5 million clients April 20. adds Egeln. I think that's a treat and specialize in serving the needs The program, "Time Out with everyone will enjoy." of individual investors. Bob Costas," will air at the firm's Edward Jones traces its roots to For more information on the local office. 1871. Today, with more than "Time Out with Bob Costas" pro- During the broadcast, Costas 3,700 branches in all 50 states, gram or to make a reservation, will recount some memorable Edward Jones has more office 1o- contact Egeln at 645-7710. sporting events, highlight some favorite broadcast experiences and share thoughts on the job. Costas has commentated every major sport, but is most recog- his Olympic and base- Slssex "Edward Jones traditionally us- Pines es our broadcast network to edu- cate our customers on financial matters," said Egeln. (',OLLTlf-I"li "As a special thank-you to my clients, I'm excited to offer this ClL entertaining program with Bob Georgetown, DE Costas." The interview will be broadcast live from St. Louis via Edward " fgldegalcaameaadddawte/ Jones' private satellite network to o  more than 3,700 branch offices nationwide. e/a/Jkoaae g /ae .u t Costas will be interviewed by Shareholder Memberships Available for a Limited Time John Bachman, Edward Jones managing principal, and Merry Mosbacher, principal, annuity marketing. Call 856-6283 ask for Cinda Following the interview, view- ers will have the opportunity to or 856-6071 asl( for Bea COUNTRY LIFE has new homes, already built in the best neighborhoods. Open designs with plenty of room. Ones you can move into now! Planning a new home for spring? Call COUNTRY LIFE HOMES, Delaware's only Diamond Award Builder, for quality and customer satisfaction. Convenient, guaranteed move-in dates avail- able. Also, construction financing. Prices begin in the mid-$140s. Call or come in today. Tour our models. You'll be pleasantly surprised at the quality and value. Open concept with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths. ] Beautiful, exclusive area, a guarded com- munity close to shopping and beaches. Roomy, comfortable one- level living featuring 3 bed- rooms and 2 baths. Spacious, bright: 3 bed- I rooms, 3 baths in excellent community with amenities. Unique one-level concept ] with private master and 2 I guest bedrooms, 2 baths. Popular, custom one-floor living with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, great neighborhood. COUNTRY LIFE HOMES+ B U I L T F O R L I F E 1539 Highway One, Lewes DE 19958 302.6443000 Weekdays 9-5, weekends 9:30-5 Also, Route 26, Ocean View, DE 19970 302.537.3200, By Appointment Only Designs may vary from homes shown in photos. .o,,=..,..,,--.,.