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Walkers raise funds for MS in Lewes The Fourth Annual Walk for MS, held in Lewes on April 23, raised over $11,000 in cash and pledges, with 125 walkers partici- pating, according to Laura Morris, chapter services assistant for the Southern Delaware Office. When the four Delaware walk locations (they were held in Kent and New Castle counties as well as Sussex) were combined, $55,000 in cash and pledges had been raised. Multiple Sclerosis is a chronic disease of the central nervous sys- tem which usually first strikes in- dividuals between the ages of 20 and 40 and for which there is no known cause or cure. Volunteers and walkers on Lewes Beach braced themselves against a stiff wind, with walk teams, including "Harbor Wheels" of Harbor Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center, gath- ered eagerly to await the walk. Nancy Katz of Rehoboth Beach served as coordinator of volun- teers, and Betty Mann-Beebe of Rehoboth Beach, board member of the Delaware MS Society Chapter, assisted. Members of the "Funtastiks" clown troop were on hand to en- tertain everyone, while Miss Delaware Letitia Pusey assisted with walker registration. Cmdr. Newt Brackin of American Le- gion Post 28 in Millsboro, along with Herbert Watts, presented the Delaware Chapter with a check for $300, while Rick Lynch, color guard commander of Post 28, led the color guard in the National Anthem. Lewes Mayor George H.P. Smith read a proclamation to sig- nal the beginning of the walk, and Jack Morris, chairman of the MS Walk in Lewes, called for a mo- ment of silence in memory of those lost in the bombing of the Oklahoma City Federal Building. Businesses which provided re- freshments and lunch to walkers and volunteers were Woodings Beach Deli, Bayside Bake Shop and Deli, Lemon Tree Restaurant, all of Lewes; Dunkin' Donuts at Midway, and The Blue Moon and Tijuana Taxi, both of Rehoboth Beach. Among the sponsors were Pot Nets, Kupchick's Restaurant, Seashore Medical Center, Morris, Shoes, Mann and Moore Realtors, the City of Lewes, Cape Henlopen High School, the Cape Gazette, Delaware Coast Press and WG- MD Radio. We invite you to look over our beautiful selection of Mother's Day Plants and take honm sonm fresh prodl]ce, too! ~FRESH, LOCAL ASPARAGUS NOW IN!~ ....... "::: : i!ii:i!ili!i, .... , ii   Ang|e Moon photo Dour Friend of Lewes joined with Frances Samuelson of Pittsburgh, Pa., who suffers from MS, in the Walk for MS in Lewes on April 23. IHIAIIIR IBY EDWARD JAMES Our Many Services Include ~ Hair Cuts & Styling Perms & Body Waves Coloring & Foil Highlights Manicures, Pedicures, Nail Sculpting & Art iiiiii i'.i ii {iii!l For Appointment call: 227-1960 800-259-0407 4323 Highway One, Rehoboth Beach, DE Matrix hair care system used CAPE GAZETTE , Friday, May 5 - May, ll, 1995 - 19 BOZIE'S PRODUCE produce" Fine Produce For Fine People 9 to 6 Daily" 227- 6370" Highway One, Dewey Beach EVERY SERTA ON SALE! EVERY PERFECT SLEEPER! EVERY SIZE & FIRMNESS! EVERY DAY THIS WEEIg CHOOSE YOUR COMFORT! SERTA FIRM FULL ,. $359 KING TWIN 1. PC. Reg. $196  $51- Reg. $8,59 SERTA PERFECT SLEEPER MAX FIRM $149 "Pc $199 Reg. $329 Q UE RI =7,9 $479 KING Setl r. E. P0 R = Re.,,0,,$659 $ERTA PERFECT SLEEPER PILLOW SOFT $179 ' $229 Reg. $373 QUEEN .eg... $529 KING _ TWIN Ea. Pc. Reg. $289 Sets Reg.s,9$ 759 I'!'1 HOME FURNISHINGS II'f PK City 9-8 Mon.- Thurs. Midway 10-6 Stein Highway 9 - 9 Fri;. 9 - 8 Sat. Shopping Ctr. Mon. - Sat. I JL  ..... 11-5 Sunday Rehoboth DE 12-,5 i I Jt  eatoro, UI: ,---- m.L re, mini ' Sunday I 302-629-3099    302-644-2336