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JMIIOI&apos;IF.IRY PRO SHOP HOYT. MARTIN RS.E. BOWS IN STOCK 1124 HWY. 1, LEWES, DE 302-645-9801 JL. II I IIII IJll I I Nwdwwe Supporting Con Year Round BESTS' STORE FIVE POINTS" NASSAU 648-6658 lm N.R.A. UFE MEMBER Sal the conhing efforts of ldlife mtoraon IN THE MIDWAY VILLAGE SHOPS, HIGWAY ONE REHOBOTH BEACH 1302) 645-8350 ii i i i oA00. CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, September 26 - October 2, 1997 - 83 II I I " I I " EXPERT FINISH WORK & CABE,Y KITCHEN & BATH REMODELING '  Owai at a.f=r le.  Bob V'dcox 8[ Sons (302) 684-0610  I ill . Over a quarter century ago, National Hunting & Fishing Day = was established by Congress to recognize generations of hunters and anglers for their commit- ment to wildlife conservation and to encourage the public to learn more about the crucial role that the outdoor sports play in funding America's conserva- tion programs. NIIF Day is now a 26-year tradition observed with thousands of local events and activities. How Hunters & Anglers Pay For Conservation: Great Food 6" Entertaitunent 645-1957 1551 Savannah Rd., Lewes I II I " NOW STOCKING G-LOUMIS-COSMUTECB 6' LAMIGLASS RODS Great 8elecdoa ol Reels -- Hm' 9 Cape Henlopen State Park Dewey Beach, Delaware 19971 (302) 227-3191 III II I I iii HUNTING & ]PISI-DNG [,ICIINSE SALES, total nearly $1 billion annually. This contribution supplies over half the income of the state conservation agencies and is used for wildlife management, education and safety programs. ExczsE TAxes on sporting equipment -- such as fishing tackle, firearms and ammunition -- provide another $400 million, funding thousands of conser- vation, habitat improvement and recreation proje&s across America. DUCK STAMPSP urchased by migratory bird hunters add another $20 million in annual funding -- total- ing over $500 mimon to date. This money has been used to purchase some 5 million acres of wetlands " habitat. CHARITABLE CONTRIBUTIONS by hunters and anglers to some 10,000 private organizations pro- vide another $300 million in wildlife funding -- in ., addition to the countless hours they spend doing vital conservation work. ALL TOLD, hunters and anglers annually provide over 75% of the average funding for state conserva- tion agencies, and some nine dollars for each single taxpayer dollar invested in wildlife. Virtually every spedes of wildlife, from songbirds and chipmunks to bald eagles and whooping cranes, benefits from the programs supported and financed by hunters and anglers. This year, on NATIONAL HUNTING & FISHING DAY, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, join with America's "First Environmentalists" in supporting conservation. J IIOPKINII GUN IIIOP Milton, DE 302-684-4878 Open Mon.-Fd. 6 PM-9 PM. Sat. 9 AM-5 PM Handguns Gunsmithing Ammunition Rifles Parts & Repair ,accessories Shotguns Muzzleloaders Refinishing Reloading Celebrating our 60th Year -- i i IlL l 1 I Selbyviile Delmarva's Decorating Source Since 1924 6 East Church St. 436-8205 645-8273 Midway Shopping Center DALLY LUNCH SPECIALS Il  In-Shore & Off-Shore eAir& TAC-KLK " ' tt & Tackle Puel * Ice * Snacks Marine Supplies WshOu3 T-StUns Anglers Road * Lewes DE (302) 645-6227 /hmar/ Capt. Joe & Amanda Morris III FALL & WINTER STRIPERS & TAUTOG No BulL..Ju00 Grizzly Charters & Makeups -- 302-684-8635 -- Captain Jerry Blakeslee I I U II I I Top Quality Bait Rod Rentals Conplete Line of Tackle Dewey Beach, Delaware 19971 Rt.1 & New Orleans St. (302) 227-0631 Fax 227-3749 THESE MERCHANTS ARE PLEASED TO RECOGNIZE LOCAL HUNTERS AND ANGLERS FOR THEIR ROLE IN CONSERVATION I I III l,,,m ,<>',,,,,m=. \>-