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20 CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, January 16 - January 22, 1998 Body found near Camp Arrowhead believed to be that of missing man By Kerry Kester Delaware State Police detec- tives at Troop 4, who were contin- uing their search for Mark Doma- leski, the AmeriCorps volunteer who disappeared Thanksgiving weekend, discovered a body on Tuesday, Jan. 13, at approximate- ly 5 p.m. The body had washed ashore from Rehoboth Bay and was found on the beach area near Camp Arrowhead, said Cpl. Pre- ston Lewis, state police spokesman. The Delaware Medical Examin- er's office in Wilmington per- formed an autopsy on the body Wednesday and Thursday, but at press time, no results were avail- able. Lewis said the partially de- composed, white male appeared to be wearing blue jeans and work boots. At the time of his disap- pearance, lJolice believed Doma- leski may have been wearing blue jeans and a dark blue jacket. Lewis said police were search- ing Camp Arrowhead Tuesday as part of their continuing investiga- tion into Domaleski's disappear- ance. The Delaware State Police Aviation Unit and the U.S. Coast Lloyd's Continued from page 17 their Kings Highway house for its location. "We're within walking distance of everything, including the grocery store. We've lost our five and 10, we've lost our hard- ware store, we don't want to lose Lloyd's." Jack Richter, mayor of Dover, owns the medical building at 701 Savannah Road, which would have also lost some parking under the proposal put forth by those in the 14-signature letter. "The mes- sage in this vital, exciting commu- nity, which is a combination of commercial and residential, is that we have to learn to live with one another. We of course would ob- ject to th e removal of any parking in front of our building." Patricia Kaminsky, speaking on behalf of her sister, Paula, a resi- dent of Dewey Avenue, one street over from Manila, objected to Lloyd's proposal that Manila be made one way. "Lewes has too many one ways. Manila's the on- Courts Continued from page 18 amendment tO the bill that cur S rently states Delaware will have 17 Superior Court judges. If such a bill is proposed and passed, the governor will nominate the judges. Following Senate confirmation hearings, the governor will ap- point the judge(s) to a 12-year term. According to the judiciary Guard have also been continuing to search the region where Doma- leski was last seen, he said. The 22-year-old, Lynchburg, Va.-volunteer apparently disappeared on Saturday, Nov. 29, from Camp Arrow- head, which was provid- ing free hous- ing for the AmeriCorps DOMALESKI team while it worked on the Greenhill Light project. Under the auspices of the National Civilian Corporation, the team was working at the camp un- til Wednesday Nov. 26, when most of the group members left for their respective homes to join their families for the Thanksgiv- ing holiday and weekend. "The victim stayed behind," said Lewis in December. When corps volunteers returned on Monday morning, he said, they found the cabin lights on, the door locked and one of the flashlights missing. Lewis said Domaleski's ly one that goes both ways. Make Manila a right-turn-only onto Sa- vannah Road. And remember, the corner at Manila and Kings High- way isn't such a grand old corner, either. Shrubbery makes visibility difficult there too." Kaminsky also suggested talk- ing to the truck drivers seeking their cooperation. "They're the coolest people. Talk to them. And maybe Lloyd could call in a small space consultant to look at the possibility of placing a cash register at the back door so people would use the back parking lot." Given the emotions of those concerned about the issue, the tone of the meeting remained Civ- il. "Thanks for your comments and concern," said Mayor George Smith at the conclusion of the dis- cussion. This doesn't mean the is- sue won't come up again and the police department will enforce the no-parking zones as they're meant to be. If you didn't get to speak, I apologize, but I did have to cut off discussion at some point so we could move on. It wasn't meant to be discourteous." annual report, "No more than a bare majority of the judges may be of one political party; the rest must be of the other major politi- cal party." Graves said that Delaware's history is to try to increase the number of Superior Court judges in groups of two, one from each party, to maintain the integrity of political balance. Although Supe- rior Court judges have statewide jurisdiction, resident judges must reside in the county in which they are appointed to serve. colleagues searched for several hours before reporting him miss- ing. For nearly a week, a massive search was conducted in the area. Cadets from the municipal class at the Delaware State Police Acade- my in Dover were bused to Camp Arrowhead from Dover to assist approximately 50 officers from Troop 7, Troop 4 and the Delaware State Police Aviation Unit. Also assisting in the search were members of the Department of Natural Resources and Envi- ronmental Control, the U.S. Coast Guard and East Coast Canine Search and Rescue of Milford. AmeriCorps teams were taken from their assignments to aid in the search, and numerous other volunteers from the community assisted. More than 1,000 fliers were distributed throughout the Cape Region and as far north as Dover. Police did not suspect foul play, and on Thursday, Dec. 4, searchers found a kayak in the marshes near the camp and a life preserver in nearby marshland. From that point on, much of the search was concentrated on the Rehoboth Bay area. 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