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Continued from page 8 mother, Mrs. Walter Strickland, Mrs. Robinson, Dr. Robinson's wife, Mrs. Mary Tylecki, the Derrickson ladies of the theaters and Carlton's fame, Mrs. Ella Pettyjohn, Mrs. Caroline Lynch, Mrs, Anna Hazzard, Mrs. Eva Hazzard, Mrs. Price Luther and Mrs. Bud Purdy. There are more. The line goes on as sleep comes and faces become a dream. Sweet dreams. Please know that I am aware that most of you have a grande dame in your life and in your memories and that they each deserve a tribute for being there when you needed them with gen- re hands and tenderness. I believe we call it selfless love. Ann Dyer Rehoboth Beach Lewes fire victim in dire need of help Paul Holmboe has been a very dear friend to us over many years and we consider him family. Anyone who comes in contact with Paul knows what kind of generous, good hearted soul he is. Paul has overcome great adversity in his life and just finished recov- ering from a serious leg injury in 2004. Paul was critically injured Tuesday, Aug. 22, while he was fixing up a house that he was get- ting ready to move into. He was installing flooring in the basement and in doing so, forgot there was a gas hot water heater nearby. The fumes from the adhesive caused an explosion resulting in injuries. He was sent to Beebe Medical Center where it was soon discov- ered the injuries were far more serious than first thought. He was flown immediately to Chester Crozier Burn Center in Chester, Pa. He was very severe burns to his hands, arms, back and chest and some also to his face and head. He also has injuries to his throat and lungs. Paul is currently in a medically-induced coma because the pain is so intense. Paul has not been able to afford any medical insurance and it is expected he will be hospitalized for a very long period of time. After that, he is expected to need lengthy rehabilitation which will be very costly. We really want to do anything and everything possible to help him out. A trust fund has been set up at County Bank to help pay for Paul's substantial medical expens- es. We are working on getting a fundraiser/dinner together with a silent auction with all proceeds to go to Paul. Any donations at all, even for the auction or maybe just to help out at the fundraiser will be greatly appreciated. You can contact me or my wife at 947- 4856 or email Please send any donations to Paul Holmboe Trust Fund, c/o since 196o CAR00LTONS REHOBOTH BEACH END OF SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE TOP UALITY U NBELIEVABL PRICES FREE CUSTOMER PARKING BEHIND STORE LOT MOST SPRING/SUMMER APPAREL ACCESSORIES AND GIFTS 50% OFF ... OR MORE .51Rehoboth Avenue - Rehohoth Beach, DE 19971 (50'2) 927-7990- Open Ody - io, Hour, www.carltonaappareLcom FREE PARKING BEHIND STORE - FREE COFFEE PREE GIFT WRAPPING - PREE LC..AL DELIVERY CAPE GAZETTE - Friday, September 1 - Monday, September 4, 2006 - 9 County Bank, 19927 Shuttle Road, Rehoboth Beach DE 19971. Tim and Tammie Draine Lewes Castle implored to remove 'ugly' signs Mike Castle is running for re- election to Congress. Who does- n't know that? Who is he running against? It doesn't matter because he or she doesn't stand a chance. Then why does Mike Castle have to blight the countryside with ugly, four-by-eight signs pro- claiming his re-election bid? Like the one at the entrance to Beacon Middle School. Two years ago, it took a half-dozen phone calls to his office to get a campaign sign removed from Camp Arrowhead Road - more than two months after the election was over:I(l'vb,-  ;sidewalks. -"']fisifiesses report voted for Mike Castle in every statewide election he has ever par- ticipated in. I still think he is wor- thy candidate. But this year he won't get my vote - not unless he removes his ugly signs from the Sussex County countryside. I hope other Castle supporters feel the same way. Enough is enough. Steve H0enigmann Lewes We must act now on Rehoboth Avenue Ext. Rehoboth Avenue Extended between the canal and Route 1 is unsafe for pedestrians, bicyclists and autos. Hundreds of folks tra- verse this route during the summer season. There are no bike lanes, no cross walks and hardly any viewing scores of fender benders daily. What can be done? It is reported that DelDOT has many more projects than they have funds. Nevertheless, we need their focus. This is not a beautifi- cation project but a safet3 project. This needs to be placed on DelDOT high priority list. Sussex County also needs to focus on the unsafe situation. This fall, a part- nership of businesses and resi- dents will be formed to discern some creative, inexpensive ideas that can be implemented before 2007 season. If you are interested in this partnership, contact DCLarry @ Larry Ray President Henlopen Station Condo Association SEPTEMBER FREE DAY YES! ONE DAY DURING THE SEPTEMBER 2006 i on closest to CHRISTMAS & HOLIDAY GIFTS, WEDDING PRESENTS EVERYTHING YOU BUY COULD BE FREE!l! 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