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"r" "1- Lewes library to hold book sale Aug. 30 The Friends of the Lewes Pub- lic Library will host its annual La- bor Day weekend book sale from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturday, Aug. 30, in the second floor meeting room of the library at Kings Highway and Adams Street, Lewes. Every book lover will find bar- gains among the thousands of hardcover and paperback books for sale in fiction, nonfiction, children's favorites, recent best- sellers, art and music, science fic- tion, mysteries, how-to and clas- sics. The event is free and open to the public. All proceeds will ben- efit the Lewes Public Library. For details call 645-2733. CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Aug. 8 - Aug. 14, 2003 - 55 Jennings is also continually collecting memorabilia and relics from the period and hopes locals with ties to the war will provide more. He has found relics used at Fort Miles such as this spotting scope for the 16-inch guns with a 25 mile range. The long-term goal of the new association is to eab- Hsh a premiere WWII museum at Cape Henlopen State Park, incorporating tower tours and an underwater listening facil. ity. Shown with the spotting scope are fir) Main, Jenning Frederick and Eric Paterson, author and historian. away." Miles Frederick and Main, both sons of WWII veterans, hope the foun- Continued from page 54 clarion puts the state plan on the was like for those guarding the fast track, saving the towers from shoreline during wartime, erosion and neglect. "This museum will jump and Main said "The towers are an live. Our goal is to set the clock important local symbol of home- back to 1943," said Jennings. land security from an important "We are defined as a generation time in our nation's history. What by what we chose to hold as im- better cause to gather our commu- portant, chose to restore and nity around than this?" maintain. For more information on the as- "These gentlemen are helping sociation contact Jennings at 302- to preserve history that is going 739-4413. SAVE 20-50% Featuring: Sebago • Docksides • Keds • Trotters • Sperry Top-Sider • New Balance * Clarks of England • Wigwam * Rockport • Grasshoppers • Naturalizer * IAfeStrlde • Cudas • Dr. Scholl's Best selection from over 15,000 pairs in stock. Men's sizes: N 9-14, M 6 1/2-15, W 6 1/2-14, WW 8-14. Women's sizes: N 6-10. M 5-11. w 6-10, ww 6-10. -- LOCnONS -- Route 1, behind CVB, Rehoboth Beach. DE 302.227-8828 Route 1 at West virginia Ave. (4 streets north of MD Line on ocean side) Fenwtck Island, D] 302.9-4599 River Design You are in, ted to join Secretary of Transportation Nathan Hayward III, Secretary of Natural Resources and Environmental Control John Hughes, and Secretary of State Harriet Windsor Smith at a public workshop where a model of the proposed design of Delaware's newest landmark - the new Indian River Inlet Bridge - will be unveiled to the public. The workshop will feature: • A model of the proposed Indian River Inlet Bridge design. • Displays and information regarding access roads, landscape enhancements and improvements to the Delaware Seashore State Park. • Bridge design team members who will describe the proposed design and answer your questions. • A special Piililic Played Important Role in Bridge Design Over the past nine months, many Sussex County citizens attended three public workshops, and partici- pated in two design charettes, playing an instrumental role in the aesthetic • design of this new bridge. As a result of this effort, the bridge design team has completed the preliminary design for the replacement bridge. Join us on August 20 for the unveiling of the new Indian River Inlet Bridge model! & DDOT For N0r0 Inlonnnlion: Visit or write DelDOTs Office of Public Relations at PO Box 778, Dover, DE 19903 or ca]] 1-800-652-5600.