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Milton Little League breakfast Milton Little League will hold a Valentine's Day breakfast on Sun- day, Feb. 12, 1995 at the Ellendale Fire Hall. Tickets are $5 for adults and $3 for children 10 and under. Breakfast will be served from 6 a.m. until l I a.m, Anyone desiring to purchase a ticket may contact any lit- tle league player, beard member or by calling Donna Johnson at 684- 4164. All proceeds will benefit Milton Little League. PABTY I Hors D'oeuvres Cape Elks award Hoop Shoot trophies The participants of the Cape Henlopen 1995 Elks Hoop Shoot gather together at their awards luncheon held Jan. 21. The six first place winners, three boys and three girls, will par- ticipate in the Southeast District Shoot-Off on Feb. 4 in Salisbury, Md. They include Lisa Williams, Brandi Reed, Denise Hazzard, Josh Barr, Steven Bovee and Chris Burke. In all pro- grams for youngsters, the Elks emphasize patriotism and staying drug free. The Elks Drug Awareness Program conducts other activities to emphasize the importance of saying "no to drugs". Dover Downs names Gladiator "Official Van" Officials of Dover Downs Inter- national Speedway and Gladiator Luxury Vans have reached an agreement for Gladiator to be- come the Official Conversion Van of Dover Downs. Gladiator Luxu- ry Vans are manufactured by Glaval Corporation of Elkhart, In- diana using Chevrolet chassis ex- clusively. Chevrolet has been the Official Truck of Dover Downs for many years. Gladiator Luxury Vans will see use in both promo- tional and working capacities when the Monster Mile makes its debut as NASCAR's first concrete superspeedway, June 3-5, 1995. Practice and Busch Pole Qualify- ing are set for Friday, June 3, with the GM Goodwrench/Delco Bat- tery 200 NASCAR Busch series shootout on Saturday, June 4, at 1:10 p.m. The NASCAR Winston Cup stars make their fn'st North- eastern appearance of the season for 500 miles on the concrete high banks starting at 12:10 p.m. on Sunday, June 5. For recorded ticket information, including up- dated Winston Cup seat availabili- ty, call 302-674-4600, 24 hours a day. TIDES [ Indian River [ Rehoboth Roosevelt Inlet I ..................................... 2/5 t i||li[ii 12:201 5:31 I ............................... 2/6 [iili',iiliiiiii 1:09 1 6:18 ! ...................... 1:58 1 7:13 I .................................... 2 iiii 2:51 18:13 I ! 2/9  3:51 I 9:11 1 5:28 12:281 6:15 :   : .. -:.:  1:17 I 7:10 2:10 I 8:10 3:10 1 9:08 :':" ":' :'..A ' ': 4:06 110:01 ::i!is:::' :: .i ::!:::i;:::i :?::i:: :i i:''i  i 12:271 6:45 1:15 1 7:33 iiiii0000iiiiiiiiii00ii00iill 2:06 I 8:24 3:12 1 9:19 4:02110:14 --I .m. I iiiii!!':i! '`':;'iiiili::`:iiiii':':'':% 2:30 1 9:00 ',iiii@:::::iii%i!:'ii:':':'i[!' : i.!::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.. . ..:,: 3:19 1 9:47 4:08 110:42 :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 5:02 111:42 i I 6:01 112:44 SPA DAYS AT Creative Hair Design SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11th & 18th 1604 Savannah lid. Lewes (1/4 mile past S Points) Hours: Tues. - Fri. 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sat. 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. 644-1251 I.00N]IVERS1TYoF The 1995 University of Delaware LAND AND SEALECTURE SERIES Offering Two Convenient Locations The Virden Conference Center Hugh R. Sharp Campus. College of Marine Studies Lewes, DE 10:00 'a.m. Methodist Manor House Auditorium 1001 Middleford Road Seaford, DE 2:00 p.m. Welcome to the lOth annual University by the Sea Lecture Series. This series was designed to add to the enrichment and enjoyment of those living in southern Delaware and we hope you will be able to take advantage of one or more presentations. The following four lectures on succeeding Tuesdays offers you a chance to meet and hear some of the most renowned edu- cators teaching on the campus of the University of Delaware, These lectures are free, and tickets are not required. February 7: "Solar Electridty-The Technical Economic and Social Challenges of Providing Clean Electrical Power from the Sun" The University of Delaware has long been a leader in the field of solar energy. Dr. Steven Hegedus, a scientist with the Institute of Energy Conversion at the University, will talk about the applications of solar energy ranging from a few watts to power remote cabins to hundreds of mega-watts to power entire cities. Why isn't this state-of-the-art tedmol-" ogy being used in the US and why is the Delaware Valley producing some of the most innovative research and manufacturing in the country? Find out/ February 14: (Afternoon Lecture to be held at Seaford Library, 402 N. Porter St.) "Delaware Weather: No Small Wonder" Dan Leathers, State Climatologist, will explore the typical and not so typical weather events that take place across the Delmarva Peninsula. After dis- cussing the normal  climate of the area, he'll also explore the severe weather patterns that have affect- ed the region in the last decade. Just what's going on up there.