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Lord Baltimore Lions hold fundraiser The Lord Baltimore Lions Club is conducting their winter fundralser, a sale of Florida eitrus fruits. The proceeds from the sale will support Lions Vision Research Foundation, Spe- cial Olympics, the American Diabetes Association and other worthwhile projects. The last day for the sale is March 15. To place an order, call 539.1376. Ordere are distributed in the Kmart parking lot on Route 1 in Rehoboth. Shown are (l-r) Li- ons Bill Evans, Karl Gude and Tom Murphy. Search on for oldest WWII veteran The World War II Memorial Society is searching for the oldest living World War II veteran. Currently, a young man from Bailey Island, Maine, Bruce Allen, has entered his father, a PT boater, age 94, as a candidate. If anyone has a candidate they believe to be older than his fa- ther, they should contact the World War II Memorial Society, P.O. Box 96766, Washington, D.C. 20090-6766. Also, according to Joseph J. Campbell, USNCB, (retired), of Lewes, membership in the memorial society has almost doubled in the past three months to more than 120,000 individual donors, with a number of major corporations making contributions. According to former Sen. Bob Dole, national chairman, the goal for building a World War II Memorial on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., is $100 million, with hopes to have the funds raised by Veterans Day 1998. Sick & Tired of Coping Alone? Use a Hug? Need Support? EL.Active SUPPORT GROUPS (Jack Fryer/Benefactor) RESUME Thursday, APRIL 2nd at 6:00 p.m. (a 9-wk "contract" group) & Friday, APRIL 3rd at 1:00 p.m. (a DROP-IN group) P.L. Active's Web site has information on a number of programs which may be helpful to you, and direct links 'to national and local AIDS/HIV resources. The Web site address is: www, zzapp.orgtplactive Call 302-644-4791 For further information The Client-Oriented Service Provider in Sussex County! CAPE GAZETIIg, Friday, March 13 - March 19, 1998 - 35 Sussex Habitat sets orientation meetings for prospective homeowners March 26 and 28 Habitat for Humanity will host two orientation meetings for prospective homeowners who are interested in applying for a Habi- tat house. Those who are interested may attend a meeting on Thursday, March 26, from 7 to 9 p.m, or on Saturday, March 28, from 10 a.m. to noon. Both meetings will be held at Goshen United Methodist Church, located at Federal an Mulberry streets, Milton. Prospective homeowners must demonstrate a need for adequate shelter, the ability to pay for a home and a willingness to partner with HabitaL Applicants must attend one of the meetings to receive an appli- cation form. They should bring: 1996 and 1997 W2s and tax returns list of other sources of income paystubs for one full month bank statements for the past two months a list of monthly expenses application fees - $8.50 for single; $15,50 for a married cou- ple. For directions or more informa- tion, call 855-1153. 1. The results are in on the Delaware Office of Highway Safety's Child Passenger Safety Awareness Week. The combined efforts of Delaware Office of Highway Safety (OHS); Delaware State Po- lice; Kent, Sussex and New Castle counties Emergency Medical Ser- vice; Newark, Delaware City, Dover, Harrington, Milton and Seaford police; and community traffic safety coordinators in each : passenger safety awareness week a success county, the education/awareness of brochures and tip sheets with event and child-restraint check- information on child restraint sys- points were very successful. More terns, plus bears, bunnies, Frisbees than t00 parents and children and sunshades with a buckle-up stopped by at the education/ message on them. The check- awareness events asking for infor- marion on the safest way to trans- port their children. Five families learned the proper way to Securely install child safety seats, through demonstrations by trained volun- teers and state police. Volunteers at each site distributed hundreds points gave the OHS reason to be- lieve the 'buckle up' message is getting through. Statewide, 1,055 vehicles were stopped at check- points. There were several child restraint arrests, two seat belt ar- rests, nine other traffic arrests and one criminal arrest. Subscribe to the Cape Gazette - Call 645-7700