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trustee, and Gerry Fournier, adju- tant. The Ladies Auxiliary elected Carol Fournier, president; Sally Kubicki, senior vice president; Rehoboth Library Jeanette Philip, junior vice presi- family fun night dent; Dorothey Barber, chaplain; Rehoboth Public Library will Debby Evans, conductress; and play host to unusual creatures dur- Joyce Wheatley, guard. ing its Family Fun Night program. All of the officers will begin Families participating in "Balloon serving their terms after being of- Magic" will learn how to create ficially sworn in at the state con- balloon animals, hear stories, play vention in June. games and have lots of free fun. Jack Noel will be the special Long Neck AARP guest instructor. Space is limited, donates to "'family sign-up deadline is April 29. Con- tact Win Rosenburg at 227-8044 The Long Neck Chapter 4903 of the American Association of Re- if you have any questions, tired Persons (AARP) has donated CHEER to hold $369 in a gift certificate to Mas- ten s Lumber to an Oak Orchard spring fling family whose home recently CHEER will be holding their burned down. The money was second annual Senior Spring Fling collected from members at the on April 30 at the Rehoboth Con- April meeting. vention Center from 5-8 p.m. Din- ner will be provided as will trans- Breakfast buffet to portation from the CHEER Senior be held April 28 Centers. The Korean War Veterans As- There will also be a line dancing competition in which trophies will sociation will be holding an "All You Can Eat" breakfast buffet on be awarded to the top three groups. Tickets are $7 for people Sunday, April 28 from 8 a.m. to over 60, $10 for under 60 and $10 noon. Admission is $6 for adults, at the door regardless of age. $3 for children under 12 and free for children 5 and under. The Tickets can be purchased at your local CHEER Center or by calling menu includes scrambled eggs, Sally at (302) 856-5187, ext. 139. creamed chipped beef, Texas toast, ham, sausage, scrapple, hash browns, Danish pastries. Ritchie re-elected VFW's Tickets may be purchased at the Mason.Dixon Post head door. Post Commander George Ritchie, Mason-Dixon VFW Post DI wins 7234, Ocean View, was re-elected affiliate award to an unprecedented consecutive The Delaware Nature Society third term recently. won the National Wildlife Federa- Officers to serve with him for tion's outstanding affiliate award 1996-97 include: George Blades, at the federation's 60th annual senior vice commander; Willard Ventro, junior vice commander; meeting. The award was presented to Lou Kubicki, judge advocate; DNS President Bernard Dempsey Alex Mushala, surgeon; Richard and Executive Director Michael Dundee, quartermaster; Ross Riska. Roberts, chaplain; Hugh Haney, INTRODUCING THE AP,/iTRAR EXPLORE AMERICA FARE Unlimited Stopovers. One Great Price. $158- With the Amtrak Amremtmemum.m=, Hotels and AVIS. But Explore America Fare, *   r.. s.... r.,.. z'.p) hurry, seats are limited. visit one, two or all three These great spring regions of the country fares are available March 15, with unlimited stopovers 1996 for travel through for 30 days. Don't August 18, 1996. $NI Nff IWO IEIOI6 S2n mE WllmJE onllln forget to ask for your wmim, Stop by or call Souvenir Trip Journal, loaded with today and explore great discounts from VISA; Choice your options! The AmtPak'Explore America CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, April 26 - May 2, 1996 - 25 5 LARGE "IN FEE" MOBILE HOME LOTS OFF CEDAR NECK RD DIRECTLY ADJACENT TO =I0000"LYNN LEE VILLAGE"/I,, ....  NEAR BETHANY BEACH, DEL.. -A- water views / I -/e Launching Rights OCEAN VIEW, DE -J l " Popular "Ocean View" Area  .----.'" j r Site Evaluated  / o "//.-: ;j ,ucno,^ucnon ^ucno ^crlo ^oeno   / Zoned for Mobiles, J ,/-- .-, LoT _  _ LOT _ =,, "  ....... ":7..' Modulars, or Stiek Built 2"\\; /Jl /..: i ., _:,. ,.: ,,//J =..' ..... : ",i f / "k" Central Water ///.-.\\;:/.',,L/.'x/;' ? /.: , ..  .... ii , Across the Street "" ..... ,,,v. .......... J.:.' from"Salt Pond C. Club" i     "i - . " ,.. / ,,,, ,/:. 9r Short Drive to Bethany "LN LE VtLLAr' :/ Beaches & Downtown '/4/ r Hard Surface Roads In Fee "No Ground Rent" ,.,:.,.:: .... ............... L * CATV /" j--j, / Wlucn, \\;\\.,,o, /  ,..,.)7" .LVJLOCn, v.LA,. \\; "  ..: -/ More. f .... I a TERMS: A 10% deposit to be required on day of sale with balance due and pay- able in cash or certified check in 30 days when good unencunbered marketable title will be delivered. OPEN HOUSE & AUCTION PREVIEW SUN., APRIL 28TH-1-3 p.m. or by appointment AUCTIONEERS NOTE: Large sites for mobile homes rarely are sold at public auction. Almost never in the exclusive Bethany Beach area. No park fees, no ground rent, boat launch area, and more. All at Auction Prices! Lot #4 Sold Absolute. COMPLETE BROKER COOPERATION SUBJECT TO CONFIRMATION [1 lot truly absolute] Private Bids will be entertained until Wed., May 1st RESORT REAL ESTATE AUCTION ATTENTION LICENSED REALTORS: Register your prospective purchasers and attend the sale with them to receive 25% of commission income earned. EMM ASSOCIATES -- "We Bring Buyer & Seller Together" (302) 227-2714 Night * (302) 227-1433 Day * (302) 227-3946 Fax Absentee and Telephone Bidding Arranged by calling Carol at 302-227-1433