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70 - CAPE GAZETYE, Friday, August 14 - August 20, 1998 Milton enjoys success of BargainS on the Broadkill By Rosanne Pack The weather cooperated, the ducks bobbed to the finish line, vendors were busy with sales and hordes of hot dogs were con- sumed: Bargains on the Broadkill was a success. Ed Harris, Milton Chamber of Commerce president, said that the cooperation of all who participat- ed, including a large group of vol- unteers, made the day successful and a lot of fun. The chamber's annual event will see one change for BargainS 1999 however. Har- ris said it will move forward a week in August so there is no con- flict with Big Thursday, which has expanded to a weekend of activi- ties. "Everything went off without any problems last Saturday," Har- ris said. "We had a good crowd, a rentals, chamber sales and Great Milton Duck Race income, but the chamber bank account will see a nice boost from the day's income. The top winners in the duck race are the following: first, Mark Lloyd, $250; second, Ann Mezik, a stay for. two in the Victorian Jewel Bed and Breakfast; third, Pam Winbourne, a ride in an ultra- light airplane; fourth, Betsy Brown, a Longeberger basket do- nated by the Riverwalk Shoppe; fifth, Denise Willey, a humming- bird feeder donated by Victoria's; sixth, Audrey Kavanaugh, a gift certificate from A Walk Through Time; seventh, Ellen Geise, a gift certificate from Jailhouse Art & Antiques; and eighth, Vaughn Dickerson, gift certificate from Norma's Restaurant. Those whose ducks placed Rosanne Pack photos Baked goods, knick knacks, crafts and white elephants, you name it, they are selling it; the band boosters stretch across several booth spaces at BargainS on the Broadkill as they "Help huge volunteer turnout; we are so grateful for all who helped." The chamber president said that figures are not complete for booth ninth through 20th received Mil- ton clipper ship replicas. They are Linda Hilton, Kevin Slayton, Continued on page 76 Cape Music Go to London." If something seems a little fishy, it must be the Cub Scout Pack 198 booth at Bargains on the Broadkill. Members sold a school of brightly colored fish created by recycling, two-liter plastic soda bottles. The cubs cut and pieced the bottles to make the fish, fins and all, and created designs on them by us- ing a special inside-out painting technique. They strung them up suing the neck rings of the bottles. I HAPPY HOUR 5-7 Daily 4-7. Sat. & Sun. PAN ASIAN BISTRO 37 Wilmington Avenue 302-226-0400 t OPEN MON.- FRI, 5 PM to 1 AM SAT & SUN NOON I OPEN DALLY 11:30 AM to 1 AM WEDNESDAY 1/2 PRICE BURGERS 5-10 OUR FAMOUS HAPPY HOUR 9-1 Featuring $1.5016 oz. Bud or Bud Light...and Happy Hour Prices on everything/ "GREAT FOOD AT A GREAT VALUE" APPETIZERS, BURGERS, SANDWICHES, FRESH SALADS, STEAMED SEAFOOD & ENTREES. MENU SPECIALIZING IN: Fresh Fish, No-Filler Crab Cakes, Char-Grilled Burgers & Steaks, Send. wichas (Hot & Cold), Seafood Potato Skins, Homemade Soups & More WATERFRONT DINING IN LEWES WITH ACRES OF FREE PARKING!I "The only thing we overlook is Scenic Lewes Harbor" There's no generation gap on the Lions Club Clipper train as (l-r) Dot Wiggins, great-grandmother, and Dee Ruddel, grandmother, hold 5-month-old twins McKenzi and Jordan Selhorst; mom's in the background THEATERS Fri., Aug. 14 - Thurs., Aug. 20 Midway PalaCe Theatre Midway Shopping Center. Route One, Rehoboth Beach 645-0200 THE MASK OF ZORRO (2:18)(PG-13) 3 Shows Nightly 4:10 7:00 9:45 THE AVENGERS (1:38)(PG-13) 3 Shows Nightly 4:00 6:30 9:00 SAVING PRIVATE RYAN (2:50)(R) 2 Shows Nightly 4:30 8:00 LETHAL WEAPON 4 IN DTS SOUND (2:05)(R) 3 Shows Nightly 5:00 7:25 9:55 DOCTOR DOLITTLE (1:30)(PG-13) 3 Shows Nightly 4:30 7:15 9:15 THE PARENT TRAP (2:08)(PG) 3 Shows Nightly 4:00 6:30 9:00 SNAKE EYES (1:39)(R) 3 Shows Nightly 4:10 7:00 9:45 RAINY DAY MATINEE DAILY AT 1:00 P.M. Rehoboth Mall Cinema Rehoboth Mail, Route One, Rehoboth Beach 645-0200 THE NEGOTIATOR (2:19)(R) - 2 Shows Nightly 6:40 9:,y!: HALLOWEEN H20 (1:21)(R) 2 Shows Nightly 7:15 9:! THERE'S SOMETHING ABOUT M/T (1:59)(R) :::: 2 Shows Nightly 7:00 9:50 EVER AFTER (2:01)(PG-13) 2 Shows Nightly 7:00 9:4 ARMAGEDDON (2:30)(PG'-13) - , 1 Show Nightly 9:15 HOW STELLA GOT HER GRGOW sACk: (2:06)(R) 2 Shows Nightly 7:00 9:30 ' AIR BUD 2: GOLDEN RECENER : (1:30)(G) 1 Show Nightly 7:15 RAINY DAY MATINEE DAILY AT I.'OO P.M. .