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46 - CAPE QAZETYE, Friday, April 25- May I, 1997 Auto dealers donate CPR unit to Rehoboth Cliff Diver (right), president of C.P. Diver Chevy, Inc. of Lewes mad director of the Delaware Automobile and Truck Dealers' Association (DATDA), along with DATDA Executive Director Dolores Werszner, present a Resusci Anne training unit to Rehoboth Beach Police Chief Creig Doyle on April 22 on behalf of DATDA. The police department hopes to train at least 56 full and part-time personnel on the eardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) unit in the event a person has a heart at- tack. In presenting the unit, Diver noted, "If the right kind of treatment can be given a heart attack victim within seconds after he or she is stricken, the chances are good that the life can be saved. CPR training teaches a person how to keep the heart beating while professional help is coming.  He went on to say that since the massive involvement of Americans training in CPR, there has been an increase in long.term survivors from ventricular fibrillation. There are many cases where the training is given to citizens showing that many heart attack victims who otherwise die have been saved and return to normal activities. The training takes from three to five hours of intensive practice and lectures. This Resusci Anne unit gives signals telling when the trainee is applying the right pressure in the right spot or breathing correctly into the victim's mouth. With the train. ing, the students learn the "feel  of giving quick, lifesaving emergency treatment. The National Automobile Dealers Charitable Foundation is part of the National Automobile Dealers Association with headquarters in McLean, Va. Membership includes over 19,000 franchised new ear and tt'uck dealers in the United States. Classic Kitchens VISIT OUR SHOWROOM "We specialize in custom kitchen work, counters, cabinets, flooring. When I leave the job, it's done right." Ron Connor, proprietor Classic Kitchens 1111 Five Pointe Plaza Next to Westem Auto 645-5810 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday beginning May 1 State Chamber offers two small business seminars this spring The Delaware State Chamber Small Business Alliance is joining the Delaware Economic Develop- ment Office and Delaware Tech- nical and Community College to sponsor two seminars for small- business professionals. On Tuesday, May 6 from I 1 a.m. to 1 p.m., Jay Conrad Levin- son's "Guerrilla Marketing Semi- nat" teaches small business peo- ple the tricks of the trade. Levin- son will introduce seminar atten- dees to his "twelve monumental marketing secrets," turning them into industry insiders by the after- noon's end. The event provides an opportunity for participants to net- work with other small business people while learning essential promotional strategies. The cost of the seminar is $54, which in- cludes lunch and materials. On Tuesday, June 3 from 1 to 3 p.m. Ken Blanchard will discuss "Mission Impossible: Becoming a World Class Organization While There's Still Time." Blanchard will guide attendees through his "five characteristics of effective organizations," empowering small businesses with his people cen- tered philosophy and blueprints for futare success. The seminar iS $54 and will also include lunch and materials. Both presentations will be trans- mitted simultaneously via satellite to the following Delaware Techni- cal & Community College sites: Stanton Campus, Room A116 in the Main Building; Terry Campus, Conference and Training Center, Room 400A; Owens Campus, Room 529 in the Higher Educa- tion Building. To register for either seminar, call Debbie Johnson, Delaware Economic Development Office at (302) 739-4271. Can work magic on _any_ budget! Call your doctor today for a mam- mogram or a prostate exam. It could prolong your life. That is, unless you have a Rate Enhancer CD from County Bank. Who says you don't get a second chance? With the Rate Enhancer CD from County Bank, you get a great interest rate to begin with. Then, if that rate takes a turn for the better, you have the option to "enhance" and lock in at the h/gher rate! And your rate can be enhanced not once, but twice. It's easy. Just invest $5,000 or more, then sit back and watch your money grow. Our2 to 5 year Rate Enhancer CD is FDIC imu/ed up to $100,000. Just another great investment opportunity  from County Bank. ounty anl00 REHOBOTH LONG NECK MILFORD 302-226.9800 302-947-7300 302-424-2500 Oeer  to chm PmaltT f eadV wtdvlmw See link f det