Newspaper Archive of
Cape Gazette
Lewes, Delaware
Jim's Towing Service
September 26, 1997     Cape Gazette
PAGE 55     (55 of 96 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 55     (55 of 96 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
September 26, 1997

Newspaper Archive of Cape Gazette produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2022. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

!!:7: ........ Millsboro, Long Neck chambers unite Officials of the Greater Millsboro Chamber of Commerce (GMCC) and the Long Neck Business Association (LNBA) have announced a joint venture to enhance the effectiveness of the organization' in representing the greater Millsboro/Long Neck areas. The affiliation agreement signed recently by chamber pres- ident Lenny S. Brittingham (left) of Wilmington Trust Co., and LNBA president James Cresson, publisher and editor of the Long Neck Back Bay News, calls for each organization to maintain its individual identity, while working together to ensure the area's economic growth. They pledged to support and jointly promote each other's community events, and to more consistently monitor business-related legislation affect- ing the area. "The Chamber welcomes LNBA's willingness to work cooperatively for the good of the Millsboro-Long Neck area. This alliance should strengthen each organization," Brittingham said. "Long Neck is one of the fastest growing ar- eas of Sussex County and throughout Delaware. The LNBA recognizes the community's potential and looks forward to working with the chamber to maintain the area's viability for the long-term," added Cresson. Cape May-Lewes Ferry has new hours Beginning Monday, Oct. 20, the Cape May-Lewes Ferry will launch a new off-peak schedule designed to improve customer ser- vice, according to Delaware River and Bay Authority officials. The revised schedule offers simultane- ous departure times and will con- tinue through April 1, 1998. The new schedule contains six daily round trips, one more than previ- ous off-peak schedules. The departure times from both Cape May, N.J., and Lewes are: 8:40 a.m., 10:20 a.m., noon, 1:40 p.m., 3:20 p.m. and 5 p.m. The decision to streamline the ferry operation hours and to offer an additional round-trip crossing was based on known traffic pat- terns. The goal is to improve cus- tomer service. "We performed a traffic analysis by time and depar- ture and determined that an over- whelming majority of our travel- ers use the ferry mid-day, said Michael R. Owens, director of fer- ry operations. "As a result, the new departure times reflect the travel patterns of our customers. We are confident that the new schedule will meet our customers' high expectations," he added. In addition, Owens pointed out that the process led to the elimination of costly departures. The schedule changes pertain to the off-peak schedule only. Your Link To The Beach The 3 L's in Real Estate! List with LUL'00ngo , s 701 King Charles Avenue Rehoboth Beach Stately, year-round home with all the mod- em amenities in old south Rehoboth. 4 bed- room, 3 full baths with ceramic tile, family room (or 5th bedroom), central air, hardwood floors throughout, brick fireplace and more!!! CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, September 26 - October 2, 1997 - 55 Long & Foster announces August top sellers Angie Watkins was the top pro- ducer and seller at Long & Fos- ter's Rehoboth Beach office for the month of August, announced manager Joann Hollingsworth. Kate Clampitt was the top lister for the month, and Angle Watkins, Sally Wilson, Bill Har- ron and Kate Clampitt were the agents with the most new listings. Wisler is resort Lifeguard of the Year Gregg Wisler, acting lieutenant and designated Delaware resident EMT for the Dewey Beach Patrol, has been named the 1997 Life- guard of the Year. The 29-year- old former Marine worked along- side 22 rookie guards and a first- year captain this summer on the Dewey beaches. Wisler reported that the Lifeguard Patrol had a very productive year, and will be working closely with the Town of Dewey, the Lions Club and the lo- cal police department to develop a junior lifeguard program and nighttime youth recreation pro- gram for next year. Wisler is an avid underwater diver, surfer and accomplished amateur boxer. He has been guarding the Rehoboth- Dewey beaches for five seasons and will be attending the College of Oceaneering in Los Angeles, Calif. The Dewey Beach Life- guard of the Year Award will be presented at the Rehoboth Beach- Dewey Beach Chamber of Com- merce General Membership meet- ing on Oct. 1, at the Rusty Rudder Restaurant in Dewey at noon. Postnet offers free KidCare photo IDs Posmet postal and business ser- vices, located in Midway Shop- ping Center, is offering free Kid- Care photo IDs from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 27. Anyone bringing in their children for their free photograph will receive the photo in a type of "passport" which identifies the child, gives height, weight and other personal information, along with safety rules printed on the back. Other sponsors of the event are FedEx and Polaroid, in cooperation with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. IIOMIm The demand is high for fme homes. If you've been frustrated by your home not selling, or want to see what your home is worth in today's ever changing market, call Century 21 MANN & MOORE to speak with an experienced agent. Our office SELLS FAST FOR TOP DOLLAR. We guarantee our service in writing. "Don't wait, the buyers won't". VISIT US ON THE WORLD WIDE WEB AT: www.century21beach,com EMAIL - 302-227-9477 * 800-255-8200 4343 HWY. One I Rehoboth Beach DE. lg971-1147 --,'=, ,-,,,, EASY FLOWING FLOOR PLAN... ...rcugho this charming 3 BR, 2 BA home. /,w the lush landscaping through pretty picture win- do,s Fom Ij room h bCk repce, ge family room, oversized garage, lots of closets, many other super features! Conveniently located dose to everything, steps to Love Creek Madnal $149,900. Call Kate Clarnpitt for more information. (LFRB#292) WELL LOCATED AND DESIGNED 2 BR, 2 BA Eagles Landing, second floor and spacious boasting fireplace, appliances in desirable community. Currently rented. Time to purchase your dream. Offered at $99,900 leasehold or $115,900 in fee. Call Angle WatkJns for an appointment. (LFRB#302) DELAWARE BAYFRONT Beautifully fumished 3 BR, 2 BA waterfront home. This Broadkill Beach home features ceramic ti floors, excellent Mews, separate laundry and den (4th BR), garage and heated workshop. Shopping and fine dining are only a short drive. Yours for $285,000. Ask for Frank - a Broadldll resident. (LFRB#259) BAYVIEW Wonderful view of the Rehoboth Bey from the 14x22 screened-in porch, makes this 1986, 3 BR, 2 BAthe perfect year-round or 2nd home. Fully furnished with many upgrades. This home is steps away from rentable boat slips. Community offers private beach, tennis courts & playground. Priced right at $38,900. Call Bill Harren. (LFRB#308) 110 JERSEY STREET Great second home or investment property in quiet area of Dewey Beach. This home boasts 3 BR, screen porch, fireplace, large deck and a private back yard. Only 2 blocks to beach and a short walk to downtown attractions. Only $119,900. Ask for Frank. (LFRB#299) THE HENLOPEN PERFECT FOR THE LARGE FAMILY! Good rental! Ocean views! 3 BR, 2 full baths! Only steps to the boardwalk and ocean! Call Ethel Lewis at The Henlopen for a personal tour! 800-466-0640 or 302-266-2919. (LFRB #285) JACK LINGO Lou Cristaldi , 227-3883 REALTOR 227-2988 Home