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October 9, 1998

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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, October 9 - October 15, 1998 - 59 Sea Witch festival featured in Weekend The Sea Witch Festival is the subject of a full page article in the new edition of Weekend Maga- zine The Festival is listed as a "must see event" in the magazine. Weekend Magazine is pub- lished by Allen Associates in New York. The Fall 1998 edition also features articles on "Hudson Val- ley Fall Getaways," "Harvests and Halloween" and "Destination Vermont." The slick-looking 65-page maga- zine features travel and leisure news about New York City, Washington, Boston and Philadel- phia. Other "must sees" are the Her- mann Wiemer Winery and other wineries in the Finger Lakes Re- gion in New York, Philadelphia's Franklin Mint and Raleigh, N.C. The article discusses fiddling, broom tossing, the costume pa- rade and family Spook shows and is located right above an adver- tisement for "Toast The Coast 2000." The article also includes four color photographs and begins "It's fall in Delaware and there will be some major good times coming up. Mark your calendar for October 24 and 25 when the Rehoboth Beach area celebrates its annual Sea Witch Halloween and Fiddler's Festival." The figure shows a highly detailed contemporary dress and a youthful face. Standing 8 1/2 inches tall, Hope retails for $225 and will be avail- able for one year only. The figure will be "retired" on June 30, 1999 Royal Doulton will donate $20 from the proceeds of each Hope sale to breast cancer research, pa- tient facilities and educational pro- grams of the American Cancer So- ciety, Breast Cancer Network. Krams and Fritz join PNC team in Sussex PNC Private Bank has a N- nounced the addition of Barbara W. Krams and Lauren L. Fritz ito its Sussex County team. I Krams, of Seaford, will serve las vice president and private banking officer, while Fritz, a resident Iof Georgetown, hag been named aSa personal asset management offi- cer. i Continued on page 0 Lighthouse Buila, ,rs /J Decks Kiichens l Bath Remodeling Additions Custom Homes No Job Too Large No Job Too Small Quality Work Fair Prices CALL NOW FOR YOUR FREE ESTIMATE All Jobs Owner Supervised (302) 947-0556 LOOK WHA Just minutes to HospitaI. 14x70 with 8x44 tag, 2 BR, 2 BA, 8xl porch, FF refrigerator with ice maker, dis ClA, W/D, stereo with 4 speakers, gutters spouts, 8x10 barn Now Only $35,900 WAITING FOR YOU! Beaches. Boating. Ishing. Shopping. ;creen down- 24x56, 3 BR, 2 BA, 12x24 screen porch, 8x10 deck at rear, 10x12 shed, A/C. All major appliances, sky- lights, $52,500 Volunteers to be honored by Millsboro Chamber The Greater Millsboro Chamber of Commerce will host its annual Volunteer Recognition Night, from 5 to 7 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 15, at the Atlantic Budget Inn. The evening's host will be tourism/events vice president Maryann Payne of the Comfort Inn. Recognition Night allows the chamber to officially recognize the many volunteers who con- tribute hundreds of hours to make community events a success. A finger-food buffet, beer, wine and other be,erages will be served from 5 to 6 p.m., with the business meeting and recognition program beginning at 6 p.m. Anyone who has volunteered their time at a chamber-sponsored event will be admitted free of charge. Reservations must be made by calling the chamber of- fice at 934-6777 by Monday, Oct. 12. No walk-ins will be admitted to this meeting. Royal Doulton figure g n sales to benefit charity t- A new Royal Doulton figure, -,, "Hope," is the first in an annual Ld series of charity figures which will benefit breast cancer:pr 0- xt grams For each Hope tigriS, so|d, ,,d Royal Doulton will make a ona- ; tion in suppot:tof this 5vRrth/, ,e'! 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FUnlished i with exception of Idlchen set, drasser in  MBR & personal items. Purchase price of $43,900. ,, 2 bath, elantric heat and cook. dishwasher, W/D, 11x20 perch, deck at side door and an A- ', clocks, rsenal items and shed $45,000. SKYLINE 14X70 2 bedrooms, C/A, garbage an A-frame shingled roof. Furnished with exception of livingand dining room tables, sleeper sofa, love seat, curtains and blinds. Purchase price of . $36,000. SCHULT 24X54 3 bedrooms, 3 baths, electric heat & cooking, C/A, dishwash- er, W/I, 10x23 deck andan A- frame shingled roof. Furnished with exception of personal items. Price reduced to $39,900. SKYLINE 14X70 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, C/A, heating & cooking, deck, 6x8 shed an( shingled roof. Furnished shown. Purchase price of ,$39,900. 6 Months FREE lot rent with this home WESTGATE i4X70 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, tral heat & air, unfurn- mished, .electric cooki deck, Purchase price of $36,900. 1972