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48 - CAPE GAZETYE, Friday, &umt 16 - August 22,1996 Soybean yields skyrocket in Delaware A report released by the USDA Statistics Service contains good news for Delaware grain farmers. According to the report issued this week, Delaware's 1996 soybean crop is expected to be up 38 per- cent from last year. In addition, corn harvests are 18 percent more than in 1995. These good statistics, combined with lower yields this summer in historically strong grain produc- ing Midwest states, is a welcome relief to Delaware farmers suffer- ing through dry summers the last two years. At the U.S. level, soy- bean production is up only 7 per- cent, with the crop rated fair to good in major producing states. Yields are forecast below last year in a number of the major produc- ing states in the Midwest due to a wet spring that resulted in late planting. Although the 215,000 acres of soybeans for harvest in Delaware are 18,000 acres less than last year, production is way up, with an increase of 10 more bushels per acre than in 1995. Delaware farmers can also expect to harvest 17.2 million bushels of corn this year. Corn acreage is up 8 percent and yield is expected to be 115 bushels per acre, which is also a 10 bushel increase over last year. Kristen Seal photo Donna Nowak, owner of Faces by Anne Miller in Wilmington (seated) is now offering her line of make-up and skin care products at Tan Delights in the Shoppes of Camelot. Nowak is seen here with Tan Delights owner Debra Waters. Tan Delights Continued from page 47 that functions much like Retin A without the unpleasant peeling and burning associated with Retin A. Now that the Faces line is avail- able at Tan Delights, women can stop by after a day at the beach or anytime to be fussed over, pare- pered and made beautiful. Colors are selected to enhance your skin tones, hair, eyes or even your indi- vidual outfits. An easy to follow chart is col- ored in and products are listed along with the prices for each client to take home with her. Al- so, customers are invited to return for another lesson, free of charge, if they are still unsure of how to apply the products themselves. "We are hoping that this new addition will go hand in hand with our skin care promotion. We've had the line for about a month and we have done very well with it so far," Waters added. Nowak will be at Tan Delights from Monday, Sept. 9 through Thursday, Sept. 12 giving makeovers on the half hour. Re- member to schedule your appoint- ment as soon as possible in order to secure a time slot by calling Tan Delights at 227-0300. PORT LEWES BAYFRONT HOME Sunny3 BR,2 1/2 BAwaterfront townhorne.This end unit hes never been rented. In Slaughter Beach. Duplex home with 2 BR, 2 B,a,, LR, kitcheNaining area in Has been freshly painted throughout and has a view of the water from the living each unit. Porches on the bey beyside for that ever changing view of the water. room deck. Community peel, tennis courts and fmlng pier. 215,000. Live in one and rent the ether or oonvert home to one large home. Great opportunity fer waterfront at an unbelievable pnce. $147,000. CLAY ROAD, LEWES BROADKILL BEACH Lovely stick built rancher located 10 minutes froro Hanlopen State Park Beach. This darling beach house is about 1 1/2 tocks from the Delaware Bay, in a This light and bright home features a living room, 3 BR, 1 BA, sunroom, family peaceful community that backs to Primehook Wildlife Refuge. If you're looking for room and a full basement. $125,000. a 2+ BR cottage at the beach, this is the home for you. ONLY $99,000. Extra building lot may also be purchased. ONLY 22 SITES REMAINING/