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22 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, August 27 - September 2, 1999 Jp Court offers new information to assist in summary possession The Justice of the Peace Court of the State of Delaware has re- cently made new informational materials available to assist land- lords and tenants in filing or de- fending summary possession ac- tions, actions seeking possession of a rental unit. The materials in- clude a booklet, "How to File and Defend a Summary Possession Action in the Justice of the Peace Court," and a video titled "Sum- mary Possession Actions in the Justice of the Peace Court." Both are designed to explain the specif- ic procedures involved in summa- ry possession cases. The materials are available free of charge at any Justice of the Peace Civil Court and at public libraries throughout the state. Funding was provided through a grant from the State Justice Institute. The new summary possession materials complement several other materials currently available from the Justice of the Peace Court. These other available ma- terials include the following: A booklet, "How to File and Defend a Civil Claim in the Jus- tice of the Peace Court," which is also available free of charge, and explains the general procedures used in civil cases in the Justice of the Peace Court. A booklet, "Sample Civil Complaints." This free booklet gives instructions for completing Justice of the Peace Court com- plaints and shows samples of completed complaints for various types of civil actions in the Justice of the Peace Court. Prime Hook Continued from page 21 squirrels, an endangered species, grow fat and happy on the wildlife refuge&apos;s forage. "It is a good thing for the refuge. It means increased empha- sis and autonomy," Leger said. Lambertson said that with Prime Hook under its own admin- istration, the refuge will have an opportunity to grow and mature to its full potential as a conservation partner with other federal, state, local and private groups and in- didividuals committed to conser- vation and protection of this part of Delaware. Submitted photo Dewey Ultralight safe and sound Chuck Fazio and his Ultralight caused quite a stir along the beach between Rehoboth Beach and Dewey Beach on the af- ternoon of Friday, Aug. 20, when he landed his craft off the surf. Many people were under the impression that he crashed or, at the least, was making an emergency landing, but Fazio was merely landing after he detected a dip in the engine's RPMs. Equipped with pontoons for take offs and landings on the water, Fazio termed this particular landing in the ocean off Silver Lake, as "otherwise routine. Since the plane lands and takes off on water, I decided that the most prudent action on my part was to land the craft to check out what might have caused the RPM loss. I made the type of landing I have done hundreds of times," he reported. uI frequently land in the ocean with passengers, so safety was never an issue. The craft is equipped with numerous safety devices, including a rocket-propelled parachute, inflat- able safety preservers, torpedo floats and a radio to commu- nicate with both the Rehoboth and Dewey beach patrols," Fazio explained, assuring the safety of the 450-pound, two- seat craft. "I can't believe how many people have called and stopped by to make sure I'm OK," Fazio noted following the incident. "This show of concern proves what a great community we have here. I guess we've become a part of the fabric of the community." Fazio is a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)-certified pilot and certified Ultralight instructor with over 500 hours of flying time. He is shown above taking Dewey Beach Mayor Bob Frederick for a flight around his fiefdom. III II.. II l f/ onma" flb  ! at makes Cadbury ! ! at Lewes so appealing- Full service retirement community living A variety of cottages and apartments .Quaker-affiliated quality of care To learn more visit our Information Center 115 Savannah Road (at the end of Second Street) or call us at ' '  302-645-6400 i  800-390-8298.  =="" == == =='= " " ql .rw kouw-t4re, o.A - ,. = c,.-y a- z.,o-. " II __ 5end me more information on II :... Cadbury at Lewes. IiN'me -- I d <: Address Phone  A " Cadbury at Lewes Information Center L_II ttT,t,tN, toM,u a,,, 11, Savannah ,and. Lewes, DE 19958 ca-,_ www..,ad.o,.ry.,,rg nm m am , nm  umum mnmu mnnn d