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J ILl III. I]] L iJ[[ I I u JlllU[ JHIIIHIIIIIJ p|nLaJja m m u|  ,r, tluoJ in,Rill] L i 86 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, October 10 - October 16, 1997 collide into each other. You're a good daddy Kevin! ! ! L By Dave Frederick BRAD IS BROKEN- Brad Stickels, the right guard and de- fensive end for the undefeated Sussex Central Golden Knights football team, broke his leg in last week's victory over Seaford. Brad's mother, Janice, is a sec- ond- grade teacher and hopes that her warrior son will be back in six weeks for what Geogetown fans hope will be the first round of the state tournament playoffs. AMAZING MUMFORDS- Kevin Mumford is a former Ma- fine and vet- eran of the Rehoboth Beach Patrol who worked for Wright's Chrysler and UPS before taking a teaching job MUMFORDS at the Broad- creek School on the campus at Sussex Tech. Kevin was on the sidelines last Friday night with his daughter Di- ana as part of the chain gang for Friday night's game. Diana is lucky to get to hang out with dad and watch the big boys up close SIZZALEAN- Joleen Getzy carries a flag as a member of the Cape Henlopen band front.and looks great doing it. The band front and accompa- ning musi- cians make all Cape games a plea- sure to watch even if the game turns Flag members ugly. Way to go Joleen; it may be politically in- correct but you are as cute as a button, so just deal with it. Pleasure marine diesel fuel tax repealed A 24.4 cents per gallon federal tax levied on fuel purchased only by the owners of diesel-powered recreational boats will be repealed by the tax bill now making its way toward final passage in Congress. First levied on Jan. 1, 1994, the diesel fuel tax created problems in the recreational boating communi- ty. Federal regulations established a fuel-dyeing scheme that forced fuel retailers to choose between selling to recreational or commer- cial boat owners. This led to short- ages in many parts of the country. The Week Ahead In Sports FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10 • HOCKEY- Smyrna at Milton Middle, 4 p.m. • FOOTBALL- Cape Varsity at Seaford, 7:30 p.m.; Caesar Rod- hey at Sussex Tech, 7:30 p.m. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11 • CROSS-COUNTRY- Cape boys and girls, Sussex Tech boys and girls at University of Delaware Invitational MONDAY, OCTOBER]3 • JV FOOTBALL- Sussex Tech at Dover, 4 p.m.; Cape at Poly- tech, 4 p.m. • HOCKEY- Lewes Middle at Woodbridge, 4 p.m., Milton Mid- L dle at Delmar, 4 p.m. • SOCCER- Lewes Middle atSmyrna, 4 p.m.; Milton Middle at Seaford, 4 p.m. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14 • HOCKEY- Cape at Delmar, 4 p.m.; Lake Forest at Sussex Tech, 4 p.m. • SOCCER- Seaford at Sussex Tech, 4 p.m.; Cape at Smyrna, 4 p.m. • CROSS-COUNTRY- Cape at Smyrna, 4:30 p.m.; Sussex Tech at Indian River, 4 p.m. • VOLLEYBALL- Ursuline at Cape, 4 p.m. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 15 • FRESHMAN FOOTBALL- Caesar Rodney at Cape, 4 p.m. • SOCCER- Lewes Middle at Seaford, 4 p.m.; Milton Middle at Milford, 4 p.m. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16 • FOOTBALL- Lewes Middle at Laurel, 4 p.m.; Caesar Rodney at Milton Middle, 4 p.m. • HOCKEY- Cape at Smyrna, 4 p.m.; Sussex Tech at Indian Riv- er, 4 p.m. • SOCCER- Cape at Indian Rive', 5:30 p.m. • CROSS-COUNTRY- .'ape at Sussex Tech, 4:30 p.m. Mickey Mousing Arount Mixing work with fun is second natur ty for Undo Rickards (now Butler) of down the fort at their restaurant. One Gazette. Shown here are Michele St Susan Krick of the Summer House. packaging to bring a little of the "Disne I I Please d I lease print I Your name I I Your address I city one Second address (Snowbir( SUBSCRIP' (Enclose check) Q $25 Sussex County 1 $13 Sussex County I::l $40 Out-of-County $22 Out-of-County D $30 Snowbird mailed Out-of-County p Fi $30 College Studer r-i $2 Senior Citizen C I I L L Again With The Cape Gazette for these locals! Walt Disney World was the spot chosen for a Bachelorette Par- 76 Steak House. While Linda was horsing around in Orlando, Ken Butler held ing they shared over the miles though was catching up on the latest in the Cape vens of Bambino, Laurie Krick of the Summer House, Linda Butler of 1776, and r'he foursome combined the festivities with brainstorming, idea-exchanging and 1 Magic" back home to their respective businesses. Having a Jawsome Time In Florida Chris Moody and Stephanie Daisey of Lewes stepped into the teeth of alligator danger in the spring of 1997 while on a trip to the Orlando area. They were v!siting an alliga- tor farm in the park known as Jungle Adventure. They were able to time their visit in the mouth just long enough to enjoy an alligator yawn and read home news from the Cape Gazette before becoming an afternoon snack. .diver all the local news to: State Zip I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I rlON RATES I (52 wk) I I (26 wk) [52 wk) I I [20 wk) [ art of the year. I i t (9 mo.) I iscount (52 wk) i I Make check payable  nd mail to: CapeGazette, Box 213, Lewes, DE 19958, I I or call to lace credit card order at (302) 645-7700. j  i am i i i hill i i i l l i i i  lal * Join in the Cape Gazette Ti iveler Series. Take your newspaper on your travels, photograph I ),ourself and share it witl b us! ':.;how us how large a territory the Cape Gazette covers! I L