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Lewes cruise to benefit Sussex CHEER An afternoon cruise on the Delaware Bay is scheduled for Saturday, May I0 on the Lewes Princess. Above, Donna Smith.Moore, marketing director for Sussex County Senior Services, Inc. (CHEER), discusses plans with Capt. Marvin Schmeck. The 65-foot ship will leave Fisherman's Wharf at 3:30 pan. and return at 5:30 p.m., sail/ng out to Cape Henlopen point and back. The cost of $25 includes hors d'oeuvres as well as entertainment by musician Bobby Burns. Everyone is invited to attend. Tickets are available at all CHEER senior centers in Sussex County or by calling 856-5187. Hummingbirds are returning to Sussex The rubythroated hummingbird has been sighted in the Sussex Coun- ty area, according to Sherry Garey of Wild Birds Unlimited, Rehoboth Beach. One of the world's smallest birds, this hummingbird migrates long distances from southern wintering grounds in Central America to southern Delaware each year to mate and spend the summer. They re- quire extra fuel to make the trip and can add more than 50 percent of their weight in fat to ensure adequate energy reserve. These fat reserves are very low when the arrive so they need a food source such as high- energy water provided in a hummingbird feeder. The easiest method to attract hummingbirds is to provide a special feeder filled with sugar wa- ter and placed in the garden. They are especially attracted to red flow- ers so choose a feeder with red coloration. Make nectar by dissolving one part sugar in four parts boiling water and let it cool. 00Lamp Post "COMPLETE LUNCH" SPECIALS give you a meal for the price of a sandwich and your Soup & Coffee are MONDAY REUBENS Have a Reuben Sandwich for the regular price of $4.95 and your soup and coffee are free. TUESDAY I$ SALAD DAY Order any of our Salads for the regular prices from $4.95 and your soup and coffee are free. WEDNESDAY BURGERS Enjoy any of our Burgers from $3.95 and your soup and coffee are free. THURSDAY IS S'rEAMSHIP DAY Our Steamship Sandwiches for regular prices from $4.95 and your soup and coffee are free. FRIDAY SET SAILS Set Sail, our famous crabcake sandwich, for the regular price, $6.50 and soup and coffee are free. AREA BUSINESS DISCOUNTS 15% A  Favorite Since 1962 Open Daily 7 a.m.  . Lurid2. Dinner Rt. 1 at Rt. 24 Rehoboth (302) 645-9132 CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, April 18- April 24, 1997 - 63 Rehoboth's Fireworks '97 fundraising continues The City of Rehoboth has grant- ed permission to Rehoboth Beach Main Street to sponsor fn'eworks in Rehoboth Beach on Sunday, Ju- ly 6 from a barge off Rehoboth Avenue, beginning at 9:30 p.m., contingent upon funding and safe- ty requirements being met. In or- der for "Fireworks 1997" to be- come a reality, Rehoboth Main Street is asking the business and residential communities .for tax- deductible contributions. Checks may be sent to Rehoboth Main Street Fireworks 1997, P.O. Box 50, Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971. There will also be raffle tickets sold for the July 6 event, and two winners will be drawn. Up for grabs is a red, white and blue soft- ub, compliments of New Wave Softub, and a gold .75 tanzanite diamond ring compliments of Holland Jewelers. The winners will be drawn at the bandstand be- fore the fn'eworks display. Raffle tickets are available at Holland Jewelers, New Wave Softub, Re- hoboth Pharmacy, Totally Tina's or Rehoboth Beach Main Street's office. Those who have contribu- tions thus far are: $1,000 Major Sponsor -Opening Barrage: Browseabout Books, Dolle's Can- dyland, and Rehoboth Beach- Dewey Beach Chamber of Com- merce; $250 donations: Sussex County councilman George Cole, and Henlopen Hotel; $200 dona- tions: Comcast Cablevision and Rehoboth Beach Lions Club; $100 donations: A. Whistler, The Coffee Mill,! Superkind, The Mizzen Mast, iCounty Bank, Ben & Jerry's, Candy Kitchen, L.A. Connection, Delaware Coast Press/BeachComber, Plaza Gourmet, North Shores, Inc., Mel- lon Bank, Sir Guy's, Crysti & Company, Crowley Associates Realty, Jim & Ellen Smith, Victor Kamber, Irwin Dayon (Ocean Properties), pN C Bank, Rehoboth Resort Stores, Richard and Lisa Vague, McDonald's, Starkey's Cones, Sundaes and Shakes, Tow- son Vending of Delaware; under $100: Cafe Papillion, Rose Mi- achi, Patti Shreev, Jonathan Blake and Elizabeth Shriver, Timothy and Lisa Potts, Susan and Ron Lench, Cape Henlopen Television Service, Delores and Cecil Willis, Helen Day, Dorothy and Martin Wagenhoffer, Sara and Leonard Reed and R. Todd Phillips. AN AMERICAN RESTAURANT & BAR Overlooking the Ocean for 17 Years Ope n Friday, Saturday & Sunday from 11:30 a.m. Olive Avenue and the Boardwalk Rehoboth Beach, DE 227-6261 I J RES 5 BIG WEEKDAY BRF_AKFAST SPECIALS FROM $2.49 Monday. IJver and 0niom ........................ , ............................................. $595 Tuesday. Kids Fat Free fm Kid's Menu Wednesday. Pork Chop  ................... .......................................... $725 ]lmmiay Homemade Meat]oaf with 2 sides ..................................................... $695 Friday. 10oz Catfish with 2 sides ......................... . ...................................... $795 Saturday. 16 oz Top Sirloin, Baked Potato & Large ToSsed Salad.. sow OUT  WEEKS IN A ROWl . .$1395 COME EARL YI Sunday. All You Can Fat Fried Chicken with 2 sides., .............................................. $7.95 I ! Friday. CatfxshFdlet w/flies ....................... i ............................................. $3.75 Open Daily 7 a,m. - 10 p.m. 15% SENIOR CITIZEN DISCOUNT EVERY DAY MIDWAY SHOPPING CENTER 4578 Highway One Rehoboth Beach -- 302-645-7705 -- I