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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, December 26 - January 1, 1998 - 47 Santa Claus visits Irish Eyes in Lewes Jessica Rosenberg, 7, shares her Christmas Hst with Santa Claus on Thursday, Dec. 18, at Irish Eyes at Anglers. During the annual family night event, children are treated to face painting, gifts and visits with the jolly old elf. " Energy Continued from page 45 increase the electric bill. Make sure that the filter fits properly so dirt won't get into the heating sys- tem and lessen effectiveness. Get a "tune-up." To ensure peak performance, have heating equipment checked at least once a year by a trained professional. Soak up the rays. Take advan- tage of solar heat - it's free. Keep shades and draperies open on sun- ny days and closed at night or on overcast days. Weatherstrip and caulk. Check for air infiltration around doors and windows. A major home ener- gy problem can stem from letting too much cold air penetrate the warmth of a dwelling. Weather- stripping doors and caulking around window frames will keep the heat where it belongs - in the house. Use what you need, but need what you use. Use the household appliances efficiently by fully loading dryers, clothes washers and dishwashers. Turn off unnec- essary lights and when they burn out, replace them with energy effi- cient lighting. And remember, a microwave uses less energy than an oven. Try a sweater, sweat shirt or sweat pants. A light, long-sleeved sweater equals almost two degrees of added warmth. A heavy, long- sleeved sweater adds about 3.7 de- grees. Two lightweight sweaters add up to about 5 degrees in warmth because the air between them serves as insulation to keep in more body heat. Don't cover heat vents. Air vents on the floor can be acciden- tally covered up by various pieces of furniture. Don't do this - it could be restricting air flow. The "dollar bill trick." When you close a refrigerator, stick a $1 bill in between and see if it's a tight fit. If not, energy-saving dol- lars could be lost. For more ener- gy-saving tips, call 349-9090. We Need A Home! Don't Leave Me Home Alone! Please Sponsor this page soon! Mariann 645-7700 v00*---tThe Cat Corral BOARDING EXCLUSIVE TO CATS & EXOTIC PETS r Meals twice a day Gourmets meals on Holidays! . Available 7 days a week by appointment m (302) 645-1651 Conveniently located midway between Lewes & Rehoboth Beach at Winswept Stables, Route 275, Lewes *American Boarding Kennel Association. Lower Delaware Therapy 'Dogs, Inc. is sponsoring a spay/neuter program for dogs. If your dog needs to be spayed or neutered but you are unable to afford the cost, LDTD, Inc. would like to assist you. If you qualify LDTD, Inc. will pay the fee if full to a participating veterinarian. For More Information call 732-3634. iiii} A Christmas Gift Idea! For those of you who wish to designate the Delaware SPCA in a will, trust or life insurance policy, we - and the animals - thank you from the bottom of our hearts. My name is "Spot". I am a 3 year old male, white & black. I'm neutered, housebroken and I need a home. Please come get me! My name is "Jasper". I am a 5 month old male kitten. Please take me home! I am a white/black & brown male, Beagle mix. I am 9 weeks old. I will make a good pet. A N Dog & cat food, dog biscuits & treats, dog & cat toys, old towels, newspapers, etc. Homer Symbols from Advanced Nutrition Cycle, dog food bags, cans & biscuits. They mean cash to us! Call Mary 302-856-7380 Mon.-Fri. 10 A.M.-4 P.M. Delaware or come to 00PCA 326 S. DuPont Hwy.. Georgetown, Delaware 19947 FINS 'N FEATHERS 33 Midway Shopping Center Rehoboth Beach 645-7466