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22 - CAPE GAZETYE, Friday, June 7 - June 13, 1996 Kerry Kester photo Afghan portrays Milton's past and present The Milton Volunteer Fire Department is now marketing historic artwork - a custom made afghan - to support the de- partment. Through the guidance and suggestions from se- nior citizens, historians and other community members, de- signers originated an afghan that portrays Milton's history and special landmarks. The corner designs include represen- tations for bass fishing, the former button factory, ship and boat building, and agriculture. The town's logo, featured in the center, tells of the five governors who had lived in Milton. Sussex County is also noted on the afghan, as are pictures of Milton's landmark buildings. Shown are Deborah Breneman, chairwoman of the department's ways and means committee, and Lynn Rogers, fire chief. Fire department members will attend organizations' meetings to display the afghan upon re- quest. People may also purchase it by calling 684-3773, or fax. ing 684-0700. The afghan sells for $45. Angola by the Bay Women's Club awards scholarship The Angola by the Bay Women's Club President Sue Cunningham presented a check in the amount of $500 to Cape Hen- lopen High School graduating se- nior Sasha Woertz of Angola by the Bay at a recent luncheon meet- ing. The award is in recognition of her scholastic and athletic achievements and will go toward her college education at Belmont University in Nashville, Tn., where she will major in music business. Woertz has maintained an A av- erage during her four years at Cape and has been active in varsi- ty football, basketball and wrestling cheerleading, as well as varsity girls soccer, chorus, stu- dent government, and chairperson for such events as prom, spirit week and the Blood Bank Drive. She has been a member of the Na- tional Honor Society, Key Club, Ski Club and received the Most Cape Henlopen High School graduate Sasha Wo- ertz receives a check from Sue Cunningham, Angola by the Bay Women's Club presi- dent, during a recent meet- ing of the organization. Spirited Cheerleader Award, hav- ing been selected as a Blue/Gold Game cheerleader. She has also visited nursing homes and spent time helping disabled and mental- ly retarded children. Lewes Library sets Flag Day fun June 13 The Lewes Public Library will present "The Flag Guy" Ted Spencer at 7 p.m., Thursday, June 13. Recommended for older children and adults, everyone is invited to an evening of anecdotes, stories, displays and refreshments. For more information call 645-2733. Est. 1958 ti$1t00 HAZZARD Electrical Contractor L.P.I. Cert. 959 645-8457 645-9060 1-800-610-8457 CERTIFIED LIGHTNING PROTECTION P.O. Box 252, Lewes, DE 19958 Prisoners For those found guilty of crimes of the heart, the Cardiac Arrest slammer will be erected on the dock at Rusty Rudder Restaurant Friday, June 7, from 2-5 p.m. The Rudder joins the American Heart Association as a sponsor in the an- nual fundraising event. Each prisoner is a local citizen who has consented to be arrested for heartless crimes. For penance, each is committed to raising bail that will benefit the Sussex County Division of the AHA. Judge Jean McCool will charge each arrestee with a crime against the heart, and they will only be re- leased after turning in their bail. Among those on the most-want- ed list are Rob Bunting, Baltimore Trust, Denise Burton, Mellon Bank, Wayne Cannon, WGMD, Harold Carmean, Advisory and Appraisal Co., Donna Davis, Don- na's Designing Women, Heather Daisey, Heaven in a Handbasket, Stacey Eder, Bethany-Fenwick Chamber of Commerce, Tom En- gle, Tom Miller Associates- Lewes, John Floyd, Delaware Trust, Linda Forte, Adult Plus and Dan and Trisa Galeano, Galeano' s tO Restaurant. Others expected to be put under lock and key are Dave Gillan, County Bank, Gilbert Holt, City of Lewes, Donna Johnson, Re- hoboth Beach Realty, Kerry Kester, Cape Gazette, Kathy Kier- nan, Coldwell Banker, Tommy Marvel, Lester Realty, Debbie Maull, Mellon Bank, Terry Megee, Megee Motors, Lynda Messick, Delaware National Bank, Danny Mitchell, Road- house Steak Joint, Denny Quillen, post bail at Cardiac Arrest today 3 Seasons Campground, Suzanne Sidel, J.A. Moore, Cindy Small, Sussex Co. Tourism Commission, David Tidwell, Merrill Lynch, Dave Twining, Nantucket's Restaurant, Bill Vernon, O'Conor Piper and Flynn Realty and Don Wingard, retired banker. The American Heart Associa- tion is a volunteer organization dedicated to reducing deaths from cardiovascular disease and stroke. For information on Cardiac Ar- rest, call 856-7386. BOZIE'S PRODUCE NOW OPEN FOR OUR 25th SEASON Come see our beautiful selection of flowers & plants and take home some fresh produce/ Fresh, Local Asparagus and Strawberries Now in... And don't forget Sweet white eora and tomatoes! Bozie's Produce. Fine Produce For Fine People 9 to 6 Daily. 9 to $ Sunday. 227,6370. Highway One, Dewey Beach Rehoboth Bay Community Our community is located from Route 1, west on Old Landing Road (Route 274). Travel 2.6 miles to Rehoboth Bay Community on the left after Old Land- ing Golf Course. - SALE Omcr. rtotms - Men. - Sat. 9 a.m.- 5 p.m. Sun. 10 - 4 p.m. POINT CIRCLE #1 1993 SKYLINE 24x44 3 bedroom, 2 bath, A/C, W/D, gas heat/cooking, 6x10 deck, 20x10 screened porch, completely furnished, beautiful loca- tion, monthly lot rent includes trash pick up and water. $52,900. POINT CIRCLE #5 1994 SKYLINE 28x52 3 bedroom, 2 bath, C/A, gas heat/cooking, 28x10 screened porch, fabulous view, com- pletely furnished. Monthly lot rent includes water and trash pick up. Purchase price $69,900. 2 Years Lot Rent with above homes/ B - 32 1972 RITZCRAFT 12X60 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, gas heat and cooking, furnished, window A/C, screened porch, shed. Monthly lot rent. Purchase price $28,900. D - 42 1980 SCHULT 14x70 2 bedrooms, 1 1/2 baths, W/D, A/C, 8x10 shed. A frame roof shingled. Furnished. Monthl}, lot rent. Purcahse price $27,000. G - 21 1986 SCHULT 14x70 2 bedroom, 2 bath, heat pump, A/C, W/D, electric cooking, 9x44 screened porch, fur- nished. Monthly lot rent. Purchase price $38,900. D - 10 1979 MARSHFIELD 14x70 3 bedrooms, 2 bath, gas cooking, oil heat, A/C, W/D, 10x10 deck, 10x20 porch, fur- nished. Monthly lot rent. Purchase price $23,000. F - 17 1980 MARSHFIED 14x60 2 bedrooms, I bath, gas heat and cooking, A/C, washer, 12x26 porch, furnished. Monthly lot rent. Purchase price $39,900. G - 37 1990 SKYLINE 14x70 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, W/D, A/C, gas heat and cooking, screened porch, furnished. Monthly lot rent. Purcahse price $32,000. K - 30 1990 SKYLINE 14x70 2 bedrooms, 2 bath, W/D, A/C, gas heat and cooking, shed, furnished, like new. Monthly lot rent. Purchase price $39,900.