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Letters from kaptain lddt dear food person you should have been out by the tax ditch this morning you would have enjoyed seeing a seagull go soak his head well at first i mistook it for a seagull it turned out to be a garbage gull with a problem you see i had just finished mark- ing my territory and was resting by the ditch on that mound that used to be a rotted tree stump thats when i heard the sound of splashing well naturally my cu- riosity got the better of me being a cat who used to be a roving re- porter in another life so i stalked to the edge of a ditch and looked down there is only a !itt[e water there 4, ! Subscribe right now and this gull was stand- ing in it he was putting his head under the water and shaking it the way a wet dog shakes all over he kept repeating the process paying me no attention which is not good for a cats self esteem but i over- looked it and finally asked him what was causing this behavior thats when i found out he was a garbage gull he said he'd been feeding from the dumpster back of the local dell when he saw a paper that seemed to promise a tasty bit and grabbed it the paper did a flip around his head and covered him with some- thing viscous he thinks it had jalapefio peppers in it said he'd stopped at every puddle and tax ditch he could find and still could- nt get rid of the stuff i asked him why a gull would prefer dumpsters to an ocean full of fish but he pretended he didnt hear me - hefinally flew off mut- tering something about french fries i say its unnatural i used to think that it would be nice to come back as a seagull no predators and all that high flying and sitting where the waves rock up and down in the sun but now im not so sure suppose you came back as a garbage gull condemned to low life in a dumpster im glad i came back as a cat and found this place and you dont let that last admission go to your head kaptain to the Cape Gazette - call 645-7700 CAPE GAZETYE, Friday, March 6 - March 12, 1998 - 61 Delmarva Chefs to meet March 10 in Pocomoke The Delmarva Chefs and Cooks Association, a chapter of the American Culinary Federation, will hold its monthly meeting Tuesday, March 10, at Lank- ford/Sysco Foodservices, Inc., Route 13, Pokomoke City, Md. The meeting will begin at 4:30 p.m. Dinner will be served at 6 p.m. and the educational highlight will begin at 6:30 p.m. President and CEO Fred Lankford will pre- sent .... Better Business Prac- tices....Taking Care of Employ- ees." Additional presentations will include: "Maximize Your Food Show Experience," "Value Added Produce and Food Service Supplies," "ServSafe," and "New Sysco Technology." The meeting will adjourn at 8:30 p.m. and a plant tour will be available for participants. Any interested par- ties are encouraged to attend. There is no charge and the evening is open to all. For more information, call Bonnie Aronson, 227-8461. Arbor Day Foundation offers free trees to members Ten free white flowering dogwood trees will be given to each person who joins the National Arbor Day Foundation during the month of March. The free trees are part of the foundation's Trees for America campaign. The trees will be shipped postpaid at the right time for plant- ing between March 1 and May 31. Send a $10 contribution, by March 31, to Ten Free Dogwood Trees, National Arbor Day Foundation, 100 Arbor Ave., Nebraska City, NE 68410. W e Need Hornet ]qo other flower speaks more of spring than the c-tulip. Grower Direct Dutch Tulips $8 bunch Designer Tulip $ I0 bunch Cash & Carr 1 dozen Long Stem Colored Roses $20 Open Mon.- Fri. 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. Please Sponsor this page soon! Call Mariann 645-7700 SILK & SANDS FLORIST 1007 Kings Highway Lewes, DE 645-9891 My name is =Sissy". I am a house- My name is "Velcro'. I am a 1 year Mother & pup need a home! Terri- broken 2 year old female who old neutered gray long hair cat. rll er/China mix. 1 year old female loves kids. Please take me home. stick by you for life! and 4 month old female, black & tan color. Dog & cat food, dog biscuits & treats, dog & cat toys, old towels, newspapers, etc. Homer Symbols from Advanced Nutrition Cycle, dog Ioed bags, cans & biscuits. They mean cash to us! Call Mary. 302-856-738OMon;-Fri. 10 A.M.-4 P.M. or come to SPCA 326 S. DuPont Hwy. Georgetown, Delaware 19947 ANTIQUE VILLAGE leml, illSe011N 10%, 20% and Even More on Select Items Storewide the Entire Month of MARCH ANTIQUE VILLAGE 221 Highway One Lewes, DE 19958 (8 miles North of Rehoboth) 302-644-1940 Fax 302-227-4281 E-Maih 61 Dogs 22 Cats 1 Rabbit 30 lost dogs, FOUND/ Thank You Sponsored by I  &  ..J I 11' Specializing in T.L.C. ; I | -  Come see or ask any dog. '"-" I 1 mile west of Midway (tum at light on Rt. 1 onto Rt. 283) 645-6140