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24 - CAPE GAZETYE, Friday, August 16 - August 22,1996 BOZIE'S PRODUCE NOR/OPEN FOR OUR 25th SEASON Premium Picks. All Fresh and Local[ "" Tomatoes, Cantalopes, Blackberries & Peaches Plus lots of fresh veggies! 20% OFF ALL PLANTS! (wh,, s,#. ,t, Exe,,d,s m M,.,) Bozie's Produce Fine Produce For Fine People 9 to 6 Daily 227.6370 Highway One, Dewey Beach Angle Moon photo Rehoboth Beach Kiwanis Club members George Vest (right) and Jim Kinsella, president- elect, polish vehicles donated to the annual Maurice Stein Memorial Auction, which will be held this Satuday and Sunday, Aug. 17-18 at Rehoboth Beach Convention Center. Gregg Tash from EnviroTech donated the DriWash used to clean up the vehicles. Kiwanis Auction set this weekend; antique organ on auction block Cocktail party, live auction Saturday; silent one Sunday This year's Kiwanis Auction is being heralded as the biggest one on record, slated for Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 17-18 at Rehoboth Beach Convention Center. Besides the usual exceptional items offered for auction by Stuart Kingston Galleries, which include fine jewelry, oriental rugs and fine furniture, this year some big ticket items not seen in past years will be available to the highest bidder. A partial list includes an antique grandfather clock, two vehicles, three upright pianos, two organs (one is an 1887 Estey reed organ in mint condition), a boat, some furniture ideal for a summer cot- tage, along with many gift certifi- cates and merchandise donated by local merchants. With greater demands being placed on charitable giving, this year's auction is counting on the generosity of the community to come out and support this annual Rehoboth Kiwanis Club and Foundation gala auction. Festivities kick off with a cock- tail party on Saturday, Aug. 17 from 6 to 7:30 p.m., with donation of $25 per person. There is no entrance fee for the auction itself, which will take place from 7:30 to 10 p.m. The silent auction is slated for 1 to 4 p.m., Sunday, Aug. 18. There will be entertainment and auctioneers, besides those from Stuart Kingston, include Lt. Gov. Ruth Ann Minner and State Attor- ney General Jane Brady. Read about all the local ews in the Cape Gazette. To subscribe call 226-22 73. In support of the Kiwanis Auction, a valuable organ has been donated by Kathy Stortz, assistant to the manager at Re- hoboth Beach Country Club. She donated the organ in mem- ory of her father, Cliff Stortz, a Kiwanis Club member. At Rehoboth Outlets, you'll get straight A's In outlet shopping just in time for BacR To School. Shop over 150 tax-free outlets featuring everyday savings of 20% to 70% off original retail prices. There's Reebok, L.L. Bean, Dockers Outlet, Gap Outlet and many more, all brirnrnlng with Back To School specials for students of all ages. Route 1 in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. Mon. - Sat. 10am - 9prn, Sun. 10am - 6pm. 800-832-3590 302-226-9223 http:Hwww.charter-oak.com/rehoboth Formerly Ocean Outlets & Rehoboth Outlet Center