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98 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, October 10 - Continued from Page 97 October 16, 1997 NOTICE NOTICE ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Sealed proposals for Improvements to the Storm Water Drainage System on King Charles Avenue will be received by the City Manager's Office located in the Municipal building at 229 Rehoboth Avenue, Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, until 1:30 PM on November 10,1997, at which time they will be opened and read aloud. Work to be performed under this contract includes, but is not limited to installation of storm drainage pipe, manholes, catch basins, and the connection of existing lines. Excavation, sheeting and shoring, dewatering, back filling, paving, and miscellaneous construction required to complete the project are also included. The plans, Specifications, Form of Proposal, Form of Contract, and other contract documents may be examined at the following locations: City Manager's Office Soule & Associates, P.C. City of Rehoboth Beach Municipal Building 122 Arlington Road 229 Rehoboth Avenue Salisbury, MD 21801 Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971 Copies may be obtained at the office of Soule & Associates, P.C. located at 122 Arlington Lane, Salisbury, Maryland, at a cost of $30.00, nonrefundable, payable to Soule & Associates, P.C. Sets will be shipped upon request for an additional $10.00 regular mail or $20.00 overnight. Each bidder must deposit with his bid, security in the amount, form and subject to the conditions provided in the Information to Bidders section. The State of Delaware Department of Labor Prevailing Wage Rate for Highway Construction for Sussex County must be utilized by the contractor. No bidder may withdraw his bid within 90 days after the actual date of the opening thereof. The owner reserves the right to reject any or all bids and to make such award as appears most advantageous to the City of Rehoboth Beach. A Pre-Bid meeting will be held in the city commissioners room at the Municipal Building at 10:00 AM on October 27, 1997. Gregory Ferrese, City Manager on your face! Go 'ahead, make yourself happy! It's the perfect tilae to subscribe to the area's leadin 8 community newspaper, The Cape Gazette. Simply fill out the form below, enclose a check for the indicated amount and drop it by oar office at 36 Midway Shoppin 8 Center, or send it to: P.O. Box 213, Lewes, DE 19958. F --' " 7eas'-eet s oTw"ich'-sub'-npt-ion' ap-plie'-s to 'ou 7Check one. 1 I I I [] $25 Sussex County. [] $40 Out of county. I I I [] $2 Senior Citizen discount I I I i [] S30SnowUrd (out of county part of year) t I I I Please send a subscription to: I Ii Name: I I I Address: I I I State: Zip: I Telephone number: I ! IN ACCORDANCE WITH DE CODE 25" 4904 Chapter 49 self-service stor- age facilities the contents of the following units will be offered for sale at 9 AM, November 3, 1997. Locaon of sale, Wright's Mini Stor- age, 1165 Highway One, Lewes, DE 19958 (302) 645- 5277 #72 and #35-Erick Wilke, 512F North DuPont Highway, Georgetown, DE box! lots of dishes, pots and pans, trash. #62-Cindy Headley 9340 Crain High- way, Room 31, Bellalton, Maryland. 20611. Contents: furniture. #54- The Glass Flelmingo, 46 Baltimore Avenue, Rehoboth Beach, DE, 19971. Contents: fumi- ture, lamps, box lots. #28- Betty Koester 60 Branch- woOd Drive, Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971. Contents: 19947. Contents: Albums, furniture. HERB I For the UltimateResult, call | The Working Man s Realtors I Ron "The Lot Man' Crain:and Herb Shupard I MODERATELY PRICED LOTS AND HOMES / 227-5600 i U.S. Postal Service STATEMENT OF OWNERSHIP, MANAGEMENT AND CIRCULATION (Required by 39 U.S.C., 3685) 1A. Title of Publication: Cape Gazette. 1B. Publication No.: 010294 2. Date of Filing: Oct. 1, 1997 3. Frequency of Issue: Weekly 3A. No. of Issues Published Annually: 52 8B. Annual Subscdption Price: $25/$40/$30 4. Complete Mailing Address of Known Office of Publica- lion: 36 Midway Shopping Center, Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971. 5. Complete Mailing Address of the Headquarters of General Business Offices of the Publisher: 36 Midway Shopping Center, Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971. 6. Full Names and Complete Mailing Address of Publisher, Editor and Managing Editor:. Publisher: Dennis N. Fomey, i 817 Savannah Rd., Lewes, DE 19958. Editor:. Patricia H. Vernon, 128 White Oak Rd., Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971. Managing Editor: N/A. 7. Owner: Cape Gazette, Ltd. 36 Midway Shopping Center, Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971. Dennis N. Forney, 817 Savannah Rd., Lewes, DE 19958. Patricia H. Vernon, 128 White Oak Rd., Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971. 8. Known bondholders, mortgagees, and other security hold- ers owning or holding 1 percent or more of total amount of bonds, mortgages or other securities: None. 9. WA. 10. Extent and Nature of CirculatiOn: / A. Total No. Copies B. Paid Circulation 1. Sales through dealers and carders, street vendors and counter sales 2,854 4,035 2. Mail subscription 3,058 3,168 C. Total Paid Circulation (Sum of 10B1 & 10B2) 5,912 7,203 D. Free Distribution by mall, carder or other means Samples, Complimentary and other free copies : 257 300 E. Total Distribution (Sum of C and D) 6,169 7,503 F. Copies Not Distributed 1. Office use, left over, unaccounted, spoiled after pdnting 93 125 2. Return from News Agents 496 650 G. TOTAL (Sum of E, F1 and 2 - should equal net press run shown in A) 6,758 8,278 11. I certify that the statements made by me above are correct and complete.  -r'--. PS Form 3526 PUBLISHER 7 Av. / N0. copies each copies of pmced 12 rrh rre= months to  date 6,758 8,278 CRYPTOGRAM ANSWER i Only when one has i lost all curiosity about the future has One reached the age to write an autob!ography. - Evelyn Waugh Fishing Report Continued from page 91 advantage of the best surf fishing Delaware has to offer. Fall traditionally brings bluefish, migrating sea trout and occasional rockfish in the surf. Bluefish action has picked up in recent weeks and trout are also being taken, which means there should be some good catches in the next two weeks. The Delaware Open Tournament is sponsored by the Delaware Mobile Surf-Fishermen Inc. Individ- uals will compete on Saturday and teams will com- pete on Sunday. There will be cash prizes and tro- phies awarded. For additional information, call Harry Quay at 732-6242, the DMS Hotline at 424-4778, Bo Go- sciejew at 945-3575 or write or call Earl Chamber- lin, Rt. I, Box 304, Piney Point Rd, Ocean View, or 302-539-9781. Protect your boat from winter weather Winter can be hard on boats. BOAT/U.S. (Boat Owners Association of the United States) advises boaters to prepare their vessels now - or be pre- pared to pay for winter damage next spring. Many boat insurance policies don't cover ice and freeze-related damage, so proper winterizing of a boat is essential. To help with the process, BOAT/U.S. Marine Insurance has produced "Win- terizing Notebook." Some tips from the step-by- step guide include the following: The best place to store your boat for the winter is ashore. Support the critical areas of the hull - the bulkhead, keel and motor - and cover the boat to protect the gel coat, woodwork, metal and vinyl. Make sure the boat is level to prevent pooling wa- ter; If you leave your boat in the water, all seacocks and gate valves, except for the cockpit drains, should be closed or your boat could be on the bot- tom next spring. Store sails, dinghies and galley fu- el ashore. Add fuel stabilizer to gasoline or diesel fuel. Change the engine oil to eliminate residual acids and moisture in the crankcase. Use nontoxic, environmentally friendly antifreeze to prevent freezing and corrosion in raw water cooling sys- tems. Drain the intake strainer. If you leave a battery on board to power a secu- rity system or bilge pump, make sure the cells are filled with distilled water and fully charged. Clean the terminals with baking soda and apply a coat of petroleum jelly to prevent corrosion. Discourage theft - take home electronics, boat papers and other valuables. For a free copy of the BOAT/U.S. "Winterizing Notebook," call 1-800-274-4877. YMCA to offer lifeguard and aquatic courses The Sussex Family YMCA is now accepting reg- istrations for the YMCA Lifeguard Course. Any- one needing recertification is welcome. Partici- pants must be 16 years or older and able to pass a water-skills test on the first day of class. For certification, students must complete all skill requirements and pass a written exam. The course includes first aid and CPR to be held Saturday, Oct. 11, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. There is a $20 nonrefund- able deposit required. The class begins on Tuesday, Oct. 14. Each class begins promptly at 6:30 p:m. All sessions are mandatory. The course runs from Oct. 14 toNov. 20. The YMCA is also offering an aquatic safety as- sistant course for those who are interested in aquat- ics but who may be under the age requirement or unable to complete requirements for lifeguard cer- tification. Call Lydia A. Schmierer at 227-8018 for more