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54 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 20 - June 26, 1997 Midway Shopping Center r00modeling complete Midway Shopping Center, lo- cated between Lewes and Re- hoboth Beach, has announced that it has completed the renovation of its shopping center. The original Midway Shopping Center was built in the mid- 19508. Anchoring the site was the Mid- way Drive-In, which opened in 1953. Five additional stores opened in 1954. Three of the orig- inal types of stores - a grocery market, a hardware store and a liquor store - are still there, and Millman's Hardware is an original tenant. Today, the Midway Shopping Center is one of the entertainment centers of Sussex County. It offers a seven-screen movie theater, a 32-lane bowling facility, a skating rink. a go-kart track, water slide. billiards The rel fer persc clothing, supplies, plies and Establ sonal ca and eye Midway. There md a fitness center. all shops in the center of- nal items ranging from home furnishings, office 9rinted matter, pet sup- a mailing facility. shments providing per- :e including hair, nails, can also be found in kre seven restaurants in Midway Shopping Center. The dining varies from family style to gourmet, and there are prices to suit any budget. The center continues to grow. The latest additions are over 100 storage units. The center is managed by At- lantic Management Limited, also located in Midway. TRIAL AND ERROR 720 930 PM PGi3 Midway Shopping Center has undergone complete outer renovation months, undergoing considerable transformation in the process. Edward Jones to hold continuing ed Anthony Egeln, the local Ed- ward Jones investment representa- tive, will host the third program in the Professional Education Net- work's 1997 Broadcast Series for accounting and legal profession- als. The satellite broadcast, "Tax and Legal Issues Affecting the Older Client," is co-sponsored by the American Bar Association General Practice, Solo and Small Firm Section. It will be held Wednesday, June 25, from 1 to 4 p.m. "I am excited about working with the American Bar Associa- tion to offer this program to our local accounting and legal profes- sionals," Egeln said. Topics for discussion will in- clude: what to do today to ensure an adequate retirement income; how to plan for large medical and retirement home expenses; how to program avoid loss of income and assets in order to obtain Medicare cover- age; steps to take to pass on an op- erating business to children and grandchildren; and the role of in- surance in retirement planning. Guest speakers will include Martin H. Zern, J.D., professor at the Lubin School of Business, De- partment of Legal Studies, Taxa- tion and Real Estate, Plantville, N.J.; Nancy Fax, J.D., L.L. M, shareholder, Wilkes, Artis, Hen- drick and Lane in Bethesda, Md.; and Kathryn Smith, J.D., principal at Bergman, Horowitz and Reynolds, P.C., in New Haven, Conn. The enrollment fee is $50, which includes admission lbr one person and all course materials. Reservations are required. For more information, or to register, call Egeln's office at 645-7710. "Meet the Chefs" at Carlton's June 21 Jim (the one with hair on his face) and Pete (the big guy) are the chefs behind The Spice is Right. The two, who create sauces made with vari- ous spices and exotic peppers, will be giving free samples on Saturday, June 21 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Carlton's in Rehoboth Beach. Sauces include Shanghai ginger soak, Tijuana Salsa and many more. Dryden named to new post at Villages of Old Landing Littleton (Lit) Dryden has been appointed marketing director and manager of operations at The Villages of Old Landing, a planned com- munity now under construction in Rehoboth Beach. Dryden will be re- sponsible for the coordination of sales, construction and community re- lations for the 140-unit year-round development located on Old Land- ing Road, west of Highway One. Angle Moon photo within the past few INNING CONTEMPORARY... round home steps to ocean and amenities make this well home a must see for the potential Ocean views abound, huge deck, beautifully land- offers much! Call Angie today. $390,000. (LFRB #287) A GREAT HOUSE... Lt lot in a great location! That sums s 3 BR, 2 BA house on a partially 15 minutes to Rehoboth. Ireat price tag tool $93,900. By Appotment One/ Donald J. Forake, St., EA. Enrolled Agent, Member. NAEA, DAPA, NSPA Foraker & Company, RA. 645-5558 Independent Public'Accountants Pilottown Village , Historic Lewes  Cleared or Wooded Single Family J Restricted Building Lots 1 STARTING AT $39,900   Underground Utilities tlB Yr City Water It Sewer l r Street Lights B  Walking distance to historic sites,  shopping, restaurants and Lewes/Rehoboth Canal. , Call Lee Ann Wilkinson tRnrt Prudential Gallo Realty 302-645"6661" 800"321"3839 I ii :i i i iiiiiiiiii*iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii ::  i:::'   i'i : i'/: 'i::::::::i:::i,,: i iiii i i' i i 'i:i  iiii i  i i / i   i,  i ::i i, i, 'i,i ii: i,  i i::  ::, :: i i i i ,=  i:  i i ii  ,i,i i i:,, ::ii,i 'i i,,ii i iiiii i / ii i::    ii /:::: i/i/i i iiiiii ii:i:iiii :iii ii i i: i] THE ENVELOPE PLEASE! Best house in a starring role in this unique 3 BR contemporary with open, spacious floor plan, high ceilings, heated swimming pool in golt and bay community in Rehoboth Beach. $299,000. See it in person by calling Aina Nammack at 645-5473. (LFRB#264) THE HENLOPEN RESORT LUXURY AT A GREAT PRICE... $199,000. Oceanfront at north end of Rehoboth Beach Boardwalk! "3 BR, 2 full BA*, 3 balconies and a sun terrace! *Rooftop pool and underground parking! Call Ethel Lewis at The Henlopen for a personal toud 800-446- 0640 or 302-226-2919. (LFRB#285) DELAWARE BAYFRONT... Beautifully furnished 3 BR, 2 BA waterfront home. This Broadkill Beach home features ceramic tile floors, excellent views, separate laundry and den (4th BR), garage and heated workshop. Shopping and fine dining are only a short drive. Yours for $28F,,000. Ask for Frank, a Broadidll resident. (LFRB#259) MIDWAY ESTATES... Great building lot with southern exposure and a row of ever- green trees across the back. Central sewer available waiting for you to build your dream home. Call Billie Wilkinson for details. (LFRB#285)