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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, July 3 - July 9, 1998 - 19 Beach replenishment to begin July 8-9; questions raised over use of Hen and Chickens Shoal By Michael Short Dewey Beach is poised and waiting for a state beach replen- ishment project to begin. Because of delays in an Ocean City dredging project, Delaware's project is now expected to start in Dewey Beach on July 8 or 9. Work ended in Ocean City on Wednesday, July 1, and it will Referendum Continued from page 1 where most of the buildings are old, said Andy Brandenberger, di- rector of business operations. Brandenberger said that good fi- nancial practice means a district should maintain from 3 percent to 5 percent of local monies in its re- serve account. He said at the June 25 school board meeting that he recommends the district h01d a July Fourth Continued from page 1 Third Annum Delaware River and Bay Authority's Hospital Benefit featuring Chicago and Daryl Hall & John Oates at Eagle Crest Aerodrome, Route 1, north of Lewes. Gates open 4:30 p.m.; show, 7:30 p.m., rain or shine. General admission, $25; tickets available at 800-64-FERRY, Re- hoboth Chamber of Commerce, Beebe Medical Center, ferry ter- take that long to move the replen- ishment equipment to Dewey Beach. But while that eagerly awaited project is only days away, addi- tional questions are arising about an expected beach replenishment project in North Shores and Re- hoboth Beach. At issue is the use of Hen and referendum for a 2-cent to 3-cent increase in the debt-service tax. "It's for permission to float bonds through the state treasurer's office," said Brandenberger, likening the bond system to taking a mortgage. Should the school board opt not to try to get the funding from a referendum, its on- ly choice would be to use a por- tion of the reserve account to pay for the repairs and reconstruction projects, he said, but it would have to reduce or eliminate the minals, Beach Plum Nursery. Concert hotline, 302-571-6488. LOVE98, 8 p.m. to 2 a.m., at Rehoboth Beach Convention Cen- ter, to benefit Food & Friends of Washington, D.C , Sussex County AIDS Committee; HERO; and AIDS Information Network. Mu- sic by disc jockey Orlando Diaz; open bar and hors d'oeuvres. Tickets, $35 in advance and $45 at the door, available at 800-494- 8497, or at CAMP Rehoboth and Lambda Rising; sponsor tickets, Chickens Shoal, a long offshore shoal that extends from Cape Henlopen southward, for the sand that would be used to replenish North Shores and Rehoboth Beach. That site will also be used to re- plenish Dewey Beach, but the re- plenishment project for Dewey Beach, Bethany Beach, South electrical upgrades. A Delmarva Power survey measured the amount of power available in each building, how it is distributed and how it serves the technology in each school. "Typically, you have a limited number of outlets in each class- room, he said. The survey con- cluded that the amount of power going into each building is suffi- cient but distribution needs to be revised by adding circuits and re- ceptacles. $100, available. Sunday July 5 July Fourth Weekend Fire- works Extravaganza sponsored by Rehoboth Beach Main Street, with disc jockey, 6-8 p.m.; perfor- mance of U.S. Army Band, 8 p.m., both at the Rehoboth Band- stand; fireworks, 9:30 p.m., off Rehoboth Avenue, with shuttle buses from County Bank, PNC, Rehoboth Outlets Center 3 and Rehoboth Beach Plaza (Bay Mart) at $5 per carload. For details call 877-BLAST98. Rain date July 6. Bethany Beach and Fenwick Is- land is already approved and will not be impacted by concerns about Hen and Chickens Shoal. Specifically, the biggest con- cerns appear to be whether dredg- CP ing the shoal will expose the shoreline to larger waves (critics say the shoal helps break up waves when they pass over the shoal, thus helping protect Continued on page 20 DFVqER A SMARTER WAY TO GET" SOME SUN THIS SUMMER. Summer's here and so is a full line of window fashions from Hunter Douglas. Give your favorite windows a cool, breezy look for the summer -- or maybe turn up the heat with some dramatic new summer styles. Now's the perfect time to celebrate summer -- Hunter Douglas. Changing the world one window at a time. Hmter00ulSas WINDOW IAINION! PU Lnc AUCTION!! 00STATE GOODS AND ANTIQUES00, - Rehoboth Avenue, Rehoboth Beach, Delaware 9 x 13 Persian Heriz b TEIlDIS: Cash or personal check with 10' on day of sale. A 5% buyers pre0nium will be added to all purchases. Among the almost 500 Lots Baker fnah. dining table w/aLinwd intay, American grandfather clock, raiJ pnel cherr corrlr cupboard, 6 mah. chests of dra,,ers, cherry cnnonball bed, walrlut tall ch.t, )vr 40 nlisc. :hair incl. 4 sets in various hrdlod% pine pedestal table, pine washstand, oak washstand, ant. birdc(L ov(- 20 ex(:. lamps, Northern Pine enL center, matching end & cocktail table "i%orlh*.$n Pine", S full sets of Patio & Florida room 1990 BMV 535i furniture in iron, wicker, and pole ratt.ln (all very nice), 6 ant. rockers, Irge copp,'r & brass pOl & kett]e!, Sheraton dln. table. 4 door sedan, black with black sevtr.,l mtntl(r tin(/ ant. wail clocks, Lino'o oyt(rr plates, ncw leather interior. One owner/dealer J Whirlpool stack on, r/dryer, Sears Irash compactor, English maintained, like new toys & mech. models, upright piano, collection of walking canes, 2 ncedlepuint armchairs, 32 p. set "tlroerhood China Igild rim). had painted fish platters, ant. spool cabinet, old r.chool hour bell, mah. candlesand, Tiffany oystur plate, ice o'eam parlor chairs, 27  Magnavox color rv, 4 separate bedroom suites, collection of baket., Louis XV Bomb chests. pine waedrobe, 2 cxc. Par's bet:h, nl. Spanish wall clock, Cwi.ntal Lmps, ant toy chest, ladies Victorian sllpper chair (walnull, Oriental music cabinet, ant. PA Baker rack, 4 gold leaf mlrror. ,al: "Americ N4arches On tNorman RockwR), ant. Litho's "Rueful Greta-e" (john Ruthve, "" ( Paul So, rye'), Lou tGormanL Eivis in Fish Dali", rlyn Monroe in Fish, misc. oils on canvas all r.ll dozen stapar pc. xnt. condo art (from prominent oceanfront home), Ext. I wingktck chair, French Game table, Toby rungs, velvet piano 1985 Mereedes Benz 380SL stools, tea r.etn, fSlrArf 14ttRt': .80 pt. rnarqui diamond l 2 tops. Black with grey interior. ditalre in yellow gold, pocket watch.. .90 pl, mine cut Excellent condition. diamond ring, 14 kt. yellow gold ruby and diamond bracelet. The two seater model. 18" strand Miki Motto pearls, 14 kt. Eurolan diamond bracele L 1/ kt. =lphire & diamond rin ih yllow gold. ORIENTZ RUGS d CPqr: 6.6 x 4 Atbarl KilinL anu Sarouk, 9 x 13 Ramadan, room size Heral, 9.S x 7.b Iranian I leriz, 2.6 x 11.1 14eriz runner. 3 sin. Bohkas. 3 x 1S.70ohmeath (lurkeyl, 12.2 x 9.1 Kashan, 9 x b.1 Pcsia=l laipur, 0.7 x 13.11 Nana I (ex(:eplional Iranian rug). EXC. Y CIEC'rION FROM SEAOqD O = ind. exceptioctal "Ward Bros" Hen canvaslck, "ChaHe Ioine' canvasback and Bluebills, Hancock body goose, Chic. black duck. 6 gaue ant. pont gun, 1/2 I lull slopiack m.el, misc. imp. decoativ (lu*lcs & shoreblrds, some gunning tols (ind. corkL games & to from the SOs & 60's. hundreds of smalls incl. iro animals. eramics, (:oliectthles of all sort, lisc. steding sliver and slier plate, costume lewelw, 40's & SO's memorabilia, and much. much, *wore!t! [ 1986 Jeep Grand Wagoneer J COINS: 4 1853 $1.00 gold piece, I Midnight blue with tan leather [ 1915 $2.00 gold piece, 19OO $5.00 gold piece, I interior. 7Ok original miles. { 1893 $10.00 gold piece, 20 silver dollars Power moonrooL l,lint ooncliti0n.  "M "M ALSO THE ENTIRE CONTENTS & INVENTORY OF " " a Seaford, DE Country Collectibles & County Furniture Shop Great Pieces From Such Companies As Hall * Roe o Westmoreland o Lighthouse o mrnetts Country Store Dolls EMM EP, /CTION___ . [ AUC'I'IONEER'S NOTE: Included in the sale is a large consignment of excellent contemporary condo furniture,   AOCATES I | artwork, and decoratives from a 350,000 'iWeBringBuver& Seller 7bgether" [ condo model unit. If you are furnishing a 13|)2) 227-1433 Day - (302 ) 22"/-3946 Fax * (3(12) 227.2714 Night I beach hollne, this is the sale for you[! cmail: auctions( ,. w' I / 226-8848 or 422-3426