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54 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, November 27 - December 3, 1998 Rosanne Pack photo Jim Allen and friend Me] Gibson invite movie fans to Movie Time in Milton. Allen recently purchased the movie rental business; Gibson's "Lethal Weapon 4" is soon to be released on video. Movie Time in Milton now under new ownership; gift cards available By Rosanne Pack Rolling videotape is a far cry from rolling along in a bread de- lix, ery truck, but Jim Allen is hap- py with his change in occupation. The new owner of Movie Time in Milton has loved the Cape Re- gion all his life and buying a busi- ness here gave him the reason he needed to move on down. Located in the Clipper Square Shopping Center on Route 16, Movie Time is a 7-year-old busi- ness that came on the market at the right time. Allen said a friend tipped him off that the owner was retiring and the video store would be for sale. On Oct. 24, he came from behind the wheel of a truck and took up his new place, behind the counter of Movie Time. He said the movie rental store will remain much the same as it was when he bought it, with only a new feature here and there. One thing that he has done is add new hours and the store has added Wednesdays. Movies can be rented Monday through Thursday, noon to 9 p.m., and Friday and Saturday, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. "I have about 4,000 movies on the shelves now," Allen said. "And new releases come in regu- larly, Tuesdays and Fridays." Those who want to be guaran- teed a special film can call ahead and reserve videos and Allen will even order videos for purchase. "With the holidays coming, I am getting orders from people who want to give someone a spe- cial movie that they have always loved," he said. In addition to offering purchase service, Movie Time has "birth- day cards" and "Christmas cards" and other specialty cards to use as gift certificates. The prepaid cards give the re- cipient a choice of rentals, a gift that is guaranteed to be the right size and color. A full-service movie store, Movie Time has everything but the lady with big hair to sit in front of you. Tubs with ready-to-pop mi- crowave popcorn and candy are available and different days of the week bring different specials. On Monday, movie buffs can rent five films for five days for $5 (excludes new releases). Tue:s- day's special is two for the pri4ce of one. Starting in January 1999, the:re will be monthly drawings for' a free large pizza plus a video; piz:za from Geena's, video from Morale Time stock. While some Cape Region resi- Miscall opens Georgia amusement park Jack Miscall III, the son of Dee and Jack Miscall of Lewes, recently opened the "Starcadia" amusement park in Macon, Ga. Beverly Knight Olsen, owner of Starcadia and heiress to the former Knight-Ridder newspaper chain, hired Miscall over two years ago when he was in his final phase of graduate school, earning a master's degree with honors in business adminis- tration. Miscall completed undergraduate studies at Randolph-Macon College in Virginia, where he played lacrosse and football. Miscall earned all- conference honors in football for two years, and captained the team in his senior year. Starcadia has MISCALL been an unqualified success since its opening. dents hate to see Indian summer go and the long, cold nights of the winter set in, Allen looks forward to the chilly season. "Cold weather brings the cus- tomers in," he smiled. REBME UP TO Available on every home we have at Millsboro Oakwood Home00 Call for details 34)2-934-7417 The 3 L's in Real Estate! Location, Location, Location, and List with Lou at Lingo's 117 Madison Drive, Lewes, Delaware 303 Bayview, Rehoboth Beach Very private wooded setting on over 3/4 of Blocks to the beach or bay. Highest quality an Acre. This open, airy contemporary fea- construction in this all brick ranch with two tures master suite on first floor with two bed- stone fireplaces. Three bedrooms, two fulll rooms and loft on second floor. Large deck baths, finished basement and Florida room. and screened porch. Listed for $143,900. Listed for $315,000. OPEr4 5tzturday November 28th He)USE 2:00 - 5:00 PM Oceanfront Community O Imm. St. Louis & HMton 4BRbeauty. Attmomaus. Lots0f dks and porches, tartary floor pkm. Magnificent wood and tilt flooring. This home is the centerpiece of TM Pavilions community. $1,447,000 Please stop by Saturday to view the last Pavilions oceanfront home left and the oceanview home under construction, Oe.t.ctfeo Hou Street RE/MAX Realty 317 Rehoboth Ave. P, ehoboth, bE (30z) zz7-38ts (800) 263-5648 Pavilions By The SOa is located at the Ocean between St. Louis and Houston Streets in Rehobath By The Sea, just off of Route One South.