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22 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, March 24 - March 30, 2000 Boy Scout spaghetti dinner set March 25 Boy Scout Troop l of Lewes will hold its annual spaghetti dinner from 4:30 to 7 p.m., Saturday, March 25, at Bethel United Methodist Church. Takeouts are available. Advance tickets may be purchased from any Troop 1 Scout, the church office, or by calling 645-2342. Tickets are $6 or for children 12 and under, $3.50. Tickets may be pur- chased at the door for $6.50 and $4.00. Owens campus instructor signs books April 4 A book signing by Ray Lloyd, author of "Journey of Life," will be held from 4 to 8 p.m., Tuesday, April 4, in the Stephen J. Betze Library on the Owens campus at Delaware Technical & Community College. Lloyd is a former human services instructor at the Owens campus. His 33 years of experience are the basis for the stories, inspirational thoughts and life lessons included in the book. Copies can be purchased at the campus bookstore for $19.95. Cat's Meows on sale at CHEER Community Center Sussex County Senior Services Inc. now has available a limited edi- tion Cat's Meow. This rendition of the CHEER Community Center is the first in a series that will include each of the buildings in the CHEER community development as they are completed. For more information or to purchase a Cat's Meow, call 856-5187. Jen EIIingsworth photo Lewes Convalescent Center donates to American Heart Ginger Wingard, division manager at the American Heart Association, second from right, accepts a $200 cheek from Lewes Convalescent Center. Shown (l-r) at the presentation are Marion Tobin, Gertrude Santmyer, Edith Hendricks, Elizabeth Hollingsworth, Sylvester Jones, Wingard and Nathan Briley. The money was raised by the residents through fundrais- ere, including sales of paper heart doilies and trays, and earns Lewes Convalescent Center membership in the American Heart Association's Heart of Gold Club for the fourth consecu- tive year. Sub vets Continued from page 20 beaches. "One hundred and twenty-eight of us went in and only 28 came back out," Ventro recalled. "I was one of the 28, but that ended my career." It's just one of the many, many similar stories submarine veterans share. "We have a lot in common," said James Harlan, who serves as Commander of the Mid-Atlantic Base. Harlan, who lives in Salisbury, Md., served aboard the USS Turk (SS426) based in New London, Conn. belore moving on to boomers such as the USS George Washington. He later commissioned the USS Casimir Pulaski and then retired as a Machinist Mate First Class. Another member of the group, George "Buck" Warner, who serves as secretary of the group, began his career aboard World War II fleet boats, then went to "nuke" school and served aboard nuclear powered submarines, including the Thresher, which was lost off the Atlantic coast back in the 1960s. "I was reassigned two months before the Thresher went down," said Warner. "It was a terrible accident, but that's the risk we take." Warner explained that the Thresher crew had some prob- lems with silver solder joints on a five-inch sea water line. The fate- ful event occurred when one of those lines ruptured and flooded the engineering space. In an attempt to rise to the sur- face, the crew blew the main bal- last tanks and during the blow a reducer malfunctioned and sent the Thresher to its watery grave. The Mid-Atlantic Base is cur- rently celebrating the United States Submarine Veterans 100th anniversary. It wasApril 1 !, 1900 when inventor John Holland rolled out his first sub with an internal combustion, gas-powered engine. Since then, the submarine fleet has grown and with it the technol- ogy used to prowl the depths of the ocean. The Mid-Atlantic Base meets the third Saturday of each month with meeting locations rotated between Sussex County, Wilmington and Dover, where Harlan said they hope to find a permanent home. Anyone who served aboard a submarine is eligible for member- ship. Even those who didn't may join if they are interested in sub- marines and are sponsored by a full member. "We can even have a ladies auxiliary if we want to form one," said Harlan. Those interested in membership information can call Roger Reeves of Lewes, who serves as treasurer, at 945-2448; or Harlan at 410-546-0807. to Get It Done Right & Get It Done Fast. U.$. Postal Services h V01ume Dgcmmls Praesa Pad= md SupCe (POIITAI. it ItUIIINillall IIIIRVIOIIIt) Visit us on the web: http://www.postnet.net Woddde Fax Serve r'ed h.thofized 81dlCnater" [ BusinesAo=mtsWekume "" Plivate  for Pemoml & Business Use Prating Sevio Notw Sevice slx.mlty Gift Sevice and So Much Mord Midway Shopping Center 4590 Highway One o Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971 Phone: 002) 644-9034. Fax: (302) 644-9036 STORE HOURS: MON-F'RI: 9:15 am- 6:00 pm. SAT: 10:.00 am- 2:00 pm E P=n'Cet Cenw indcpmde or, ned & oper,d. 5en, m m,w va'y. 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