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40- CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, August 20 August 26,1993 Brief t/ CYNTHIA BAKER MIKE MOCK Century 21 honors local 'superstars' Century 21 Real Estate of the Mid-Atlantic States, Inc., recently honored the DeLMarVa area Century 21 agents for excellence during the second quarter 1993. Recognized as Listings Superstars,  from the resort area were Cynthia Bak- er (left) of Century 21 Rehoboth Bay Realty Co., at Peddler's Village, Angola, and Mike Mock (right) of Century 21 Shaud Realty of Rehoboth Beach. Storer Cable TV to continue to carry Baltimore's WBAI, Storer Cable of Georgetown has obtained consent from Capital Cities/ABC Inc. to continue pro- viding the television signal of WBAL-TV (Baltimore) to its sub- scribers after October 5, 1993. According to Marian Phillips, general manager of Storer Cable, Comcast Cable Communications (a division of Comcast Corpora- tion and parent of Storer) and ESPN2 have reached agreement for the distribution of ESPN2 on Comcast systems starting August 31, 1993. ESPN2, 80 percent of which is owned by Capital Cities/ABC and 20 percent by The Hearst Corporation, will be a sec- ond national sports programming service. The agreement provides for the rollout of ESPN2 in stages over the next four years, and pro- vides Comcast with re-transmis- sion consent for the carriage of all stations owned and operated by Capital Cities/ABC and Hearst. "The agreement ensures unin- terrnpted viewing of WBAL by our subscribers," said Marian Phillips. "We're extremely pleased that subscribers will be able to continue to watch this out- standing and popular program- ruing. Everyone benefits because the agreement adds value to the service we make available to our customers." Brian L. Roberts, president of TAX PLANNINO Hew BusSnesses Paying EstimatedTaxes Should You HaveATax Review BeforeTheYear Ends Recordkeeping Requirements Estate, Gift, IncomeTaxes By Appointment Only 645-5558 Foraker & Company, P.A. Independent PublicAccountants Comcast Corporation, described the agreement as a "great example of how a broadcaster and cable TV company can work together when both parties bring constructive and creative ideas to the negotiating table. We think ESPN2 is an excit- ing new approach to sports pro- gramming." Comcast Corporation (Storer Cable) is principally engaged in the development and operation of cable communication networks. The company's consolidated and affiliated operations serve more than 2.9 million cable subscribers. The company also provides cel- lular telephone services in the northeast Unites States to markets encomPassing a population in excess of 7.4 million. Comcast also has investments in cable pro- gramming, telecommunications systems, and international cable and telephone franchises. LOTS Rolling Meadows Two wooded lots, septic installed. Owner will subordinate. Covey Creek with septic. Bring an offer! Call Debbie Reed m RE/MAX REALTY GROUP 402 Rehoboth Avenue Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971 I- 302-227-4800 800-955-6350 -- County Bank to open new branch in Milford Harold L. Slatcher, President and CEO of County Bank, has announced that County Bank has received approval from The State Bank Commissioner and The Fed- eral Deposit Insurance Corpora- tion to open a full service branch in Milford, Delaware. The Branch wil be located at the Intersection of East Industrial Lane and East Masten Circle. County Bank, which opened for business on July 9, 1990, now has offices in Rehoboth Beach and one Long Neck Road and has assets of over $44,000,000. Mr. Slatcber expects this new branch to be open by January l, 1994. Meetings set for 1994 gypsy moth program Gypsy moth damage this year was the most severe in Delaware's history, according to Don Eggen, the state's gypsy moth program supervisor. With 26,689 acres suf- fering damage this season, the state is already preparing for next year's battle. Private landowners who want to be included in Delaware's 1994 gypsy moth suppression program must register by September 15. An egg mass survey must be done this fall on wooded areas designated for spraying next year, Two public meetings are sched- uled for Wednesday, August 25 in the Delaware Department of Agri- culture Conference Center in Dover to discuss the program and allow landowners to sign up for the fall surveys. The meetings will be from 1:30 p.m..-3:30 p.m. and from 7-9 p.m.. A general overview of the gypsy moth programs will be presented at the meeting and will include information on cost- share provisions and becoming a block coordinator. This will be the second year the voluntary program has been done on private lands. Last year, 117 block areas were included in the program. For more information contact Don Eggen at 800-282- 8685 toll free in-state or 739- 4811. Drought assistance meetings scheduled More than 70 percent of Delaware farmers sustained enough crop losses this summer to qualify for some type of federal assistance. While assistance may be available, information on these programs can sometimes be con- fusing. In order to disseminate informa- tion on all drought assistance, the Delaware Department of Agricul- ture is sponsoring two public meetings next week. Representatives from the USDA's Agricultural Stabiliza- tion and Conservation Service will detail the 1993 Disaster Relief Bill recently signed by President Clin- ton. Officials from Farmers Home Administration also will discuss low interest loans being offered to farmers who have had at least a 30 percent crop loss. In addition, representatives of the Deparanent of Agriculture and the University of Delaware will be on hand to discuss potential nitrate problems caused by the drought in certain crops used for livestock feed. The meetings will be held at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, August 25, at Delaware Technical and Commu- nity College, Georgetown, and on Thursday, August 26, in the Delaware Department of Agricul- ture conference center in Dover. For more information, call toll- free 1-800-282-8685. JUST REDUCED WON'T LAST LONG!! Custom built cedar salt box home on largo lot, located on cul-de- sac in year round neighborhood. 3+ bed- rooms, 2 baths, hot tub, gazebo, skylights, hardwood floors and on and on..., tons of charm. #723. WA11Ell VIEWS FROM EVERY ROOM Contemporary 3 BR, 3 BA, year round home, living room with fireplace, large dining area, kitchen with breakfast area. Professionally landscaped, cathedral ceil- ings, ceiling fans in living room and all bedrooms. Large deck and sunporch. Bulkheaded lot with 16'x32' dock. #163. QUAINT SETTING A short walk to downtown Rohoboth. Nicely landscaped private yard. 3 BR, 11h baths, LR loading to the screened porch, dining area, and large kitchen. The separate 1 BR apt. has a full bath, LR and kitchen area. A "MUST SEE" property in excellent condition. Being sold furnished. #162. EXTRA LARGE LOT Extremely large beach house with 5 bed- rooms, 2 1/2 bathrooms, large living room with cathedral coiling and fireplace, eat- in kitchen, and hardwood floors through- out. Extra largo lot and being sold fur- nishacL S205,000. #161. MAE HALL McCABE, INC. Call or Write for Fall Rental Brochure : 122 Rehoboth Ave. Rehoboth Beach Delaware 19971-0006 302-227-2558 TOLL FREE 800-227-2558 FAX 302-227-1 060 RE/MAX RE/MAX