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| I J 48 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, April 25- May 1, 1997 ing one-of-a-kind items in cloth- ing and accessories, as well as make up and other items. Open daily, the Chop Shop can be reached for an appointment at the same number, 226- CHOP(2467). Tour a success Nancy Derrickson and Den- nis Santingini welcome guests to the Sea Witch Bed and Breakfast of Rehoboth Beach during the Fourth Inn Tour on April 20. Approximately 200 people toured the variety of B&Bs and many visitors decided to try and win a free two-nlght getaway for two on a future visit. Out of 133 qualifying en- tries, winners were Roger Blake of Woodstown, N.J., Peg Wareham of Rehoboth Beach, Terry Abel Eason of Chevy Chase, Md., Edward B. Lewis of Hershey, Pa., Karen Flick of Lgncaster, Pa. and Staniey and Shirley Dickson of Clayton. Chop Shop salon relocates to Dewey Despite rumors to the contrary, the Chop Shop, a cutting edge sa- lon which had been located on Baltimore Avenue in Rehoboth Beach, has not closed. In fact this high energy business has re- opened in Dewey Beach, in the Southwinds Motel complex on Route 1 at McKinley Street. The effervescent owner Taylor not only offers the full spectrum of hair cutting, coloring and styling, she has expanded the ser- vices to include a boutioue featur- Realtor seminar to benefit Habitat April 29 Annapolis building Don Mattia and Chapel Green, a residential community on County Road 280B near Angola, are offering a contin- uing education seminar for real estate professionals on Tuesday, April 29 at the Chapel Green model. Entitled "Bricks and Sticks - Construction Basics," the seminar is free with a $15 donation to Sus- sex County Habitat for Humanity, a non-profit, ecumenical Christian housing ministry working to elim- inate substandard housing. To register, call JoAnn Galle, sales manager, at 945-6620. For more information about Habitat for Humanity, call 855-1153. Bethany-Fenwick Chamber to meet May 1 The monthly meeting of the Bethany-Fenwick Area Chamber of Commerce will be held at noon on Thursday, May 1 at Grotto Piz- za on Route 26 in Bethany Beach. The speaker will be Brian A. Tarpley from the Fenwick Island Police DepartmenL Tarpley will discuss shoplifting, bad checks and counterfeit bills and will take questions from the floor. Members of the chamber and the business community are invit- ed to attend the meeting. There will be a choice of baked ziti or chicken parmesan at a cost of $7 which includes beverage and gra- tuity. To reserve a place, call the Chamber at 539-2100. Klima artist of week at Carlton's Artisan Ester Klima is present- ing her col- lection " of handwoven and hand- painted silks at Carlton's Apparel on Rehoboth Avenue through May 1. KLIMA Klima is a member of the Handweaver's Guild of America and has shown at many exhibits on the east coast. She likes to work with natural fibers on her original pieces. JA. Moore and Sons announce promotions Suzanne Seidel, executive vice- president and chief operating offi- cer at J.A. Moore and Sons Con- struction, has been promoted to president. Randy Burton, sales and marketing representative, has been named vice-president for the residential division. Donna Kaser, formerly admin- istrative assistant, has been pro- moted to executive administrator in charge of operation and Na- dine Andrew will be assuming the new responsibility of purchasing agent. The company also welcomed its new receptionisL Greta Damron. Looking to buy or se//? Residential Commercial Development. Acreage Call Dwayne/qousley For All Your Real Estate Needs Gallo Realty ThePrudenbal (J 1322 King's Hwy. Lewes DE 645-6661 1-800-321-3839 Michael Real REAL ELEGANCE! " PIV i::i::i :*!!:ii:::ii!!:!!iiiiii::i!:iiiiiiii!:!i!iiiiiii ::::ii:::: [ iiiii::iiiiiil Decorated Three Baths [ i Fenced Yard Hot Tub 1 Close to Wrap Around 1 II Deck  $269,000 UQUOR STORE - Between Milford and Dover. Almost one acre of land plus business on Rt. 113 with 251 feet of frontage. 4421 ltlghway One Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971 Bus. 302-226-4162 Voice/Mail 302-337-1724 1-888-500-REAL PRETTY AS A PICTURE A cozy Cape Cod in des/r- able South Rehoboth. Let the fireplace chase the chills on those cool eady summer nights or have e lemonade from the front porch. This at'ivo 2 BR home is sure to make you mile. Asking $205,000 I#O3) Can Chadie. BEAUTIFUL HOME with spectacular view of RBYCC golf course. 4 BR, 3 BA with family room. Ceramic floors. Very upscale home with numerous amenities. Perfect home in a per- fect setting. $329,000 1#24) II OCEANFRONT Totally remodeled unit with great ocean views all white modern kitchen, hardwood floors, tile bath. Large condo pool and cov- ered parking. A must see. $175,000 (#487) Ask for Jim. JUST IN TIME FOR SUMMER Spacious 2 BR, 1 BA I fnobile in Nassau Park. I Country kitchen, screened porch with deck and comes fur- nished. One owner mo- bile. $I 6,900 I#5841 Call Glenn for appt. FIELDWOOD Spotless 3 BR dou- blewide mobile situated on its own ground. Very convenient location, three miles to beach. In move in condition and available now $65,000 (#sss) Call Jim for more info. Century 21 Representative of