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28 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, March 28- April 3, 1997 Angle Moon photo Miss First State crowned in Sussex Tori Anne Weiss of Milisboro (I), a student at Sussex Central High School, hugs Julie Mirelli of Bear, who won the Miss First State Pageant held at the Comfort Inn, Rehoboth Beach. The pageant is a preliminary of the Miss Delaware Pageant. Marriage Licenses Halsey R. Sanchez, George- town and Aurora Solano, George- town. Shelley T. Wongus, Federals- burg, Md., and Gladys Amisial, Federalsburg, Md. R. Pennell Emerson, Dover and Sharon M. Lemmon, Lewes. Joseph P. Pitkin, Lewes and Elaine A. Reinbold, Lewes. Junior L. Johnson, Laurel and Juanita W. Pearson, Laurel. William A. Dickerson, Ocean View and Stacey L. Doney, Ocean View. Ralph D. Benson, Lincoln, and Micbelle M. McKee, Milford. John W. Crowe, Lewes, and Mary A. Scott, Lewes. Joseph W. Messick, Jr., Laurel and Rhonda K. Melson, Green- wood. Frank W. Mitchell, II, Lewes and Sherrie A. Gozdick, Lewes. Brian L. Feddiman, Frankford, and Jessica L. Tyre, Selbyville. Dennis G. Messick, Seaford and Veronica L. Weaver, Seaford. Francis J. Durr, Jr., Corpus Christi, Texas, and Stacey L. Braune, Corpus Christi, Texas. Renold Routier, Seaford and Marie Cenesca, Seaford. Jessy I. Soderlund, Millville and Kelly K. Homing, Millville. Robert M. Pachuta, Millsboro, and Victoria S. Cordell, Mills- boro. Preston T. Hopkins, Millsboro and Blossie A. G. Morris, Mills- boro. Christopher H. Wilson, West Chester, Pa., and Sonja R. Tmitt, Lewes. Ronald M. Hughes, Jr., Houston and Tina R. Morris, Magnolia. Gary W. Houck, Lewes, and Mad J. Waiters, Lewes. Lester Troyer, Jr., Ellendale, and Dawn L. Tennefoss, Green- wood. Chad E. Reed, Lincoln, and Amy L. Harrington, Lincoln. Jonathan M. Birney, Laurel and Linda C. Griffin, Delmar. Robert G. Robinson, Seaford, and Tara L. Stratton, Seaford. Scan M. Woodhead, Seaford, and Awilda Vidal, Seaford. William C. Gordy, Jr., Laurel and Anna N. Howard, Laurel. Nehemiah E. Gordon, Bridgeville, and Bertha M. Madric, Bridgeville. II Charity, justice conference set for Dover April 112 Catholic Charities, Inc., of the Catholic Diocese of Wilmington, will sponsor a Charity and Justice Conference, "God's Call and Our Response," to be held at the Mod- em Maturity Center in Dover on Saturday, April 12. Any person from any Christian denomination or belief and from any religious persuasion who are seekers of justice and peace is in- vited to attend. The conference will begin at 9 a.m. and end with a reception at 4:15 p.m., and the keynote address will be delivered by Rev. J. Bryan Hehir, Th.D., a professor of the Practice of Religion and Society at Harvard Divinity School. A liturgy will be celebrated at 3 p.m. by Bishop Michael Saltarelli of the diocese of Wilmington. In ad- dition, Sister Helen David Branca- to will display and have for sale her artwork and pieces from "Work of the People," in Philadel- phia. Sister Helen David has ex- hibited professionally in the Philadelphia and New York areas. There will be 10 workshops from which participants may choose two to attend. All work- shops will focus on the major theme of social justice. The con- ference will respond to Pope John Paul II's admonition during his fall, 1995 visit to the United States - that democracy must safeguard the dignity of every person, re- spect.inalienable human rights and make the common good the end and criterion regulating public and social life. The cost for the conference is $15 per individual and $5 for stu- dents in college and high school. The cost includes a continental breakfast and lunch. Registration forms with detailed information may be obtained at the Parish of- fice of St. Edmond's/St. Jude, King Charles and Laurel Streets, Rehoboth Beach. Seating for the conference is limited to 500, so early registration is suggested, The conference comes at an op- portune time for parishioners of St. Edmond/St, Jude Catholic Church, as the introduction of a social justice ministry called Salt & Light is planned for fall of 1997. ,AMENT LYNCII0000ARR A T T O It N E Y S A T L A W 6 Stone Hill Road P.O. Box 2328" Wilmington, DE 19899 Personal Injury Medical Malpractice Automobile Accidents Workers Compensation Family Law Red Mill Center, Lewes, DE 645-4545 1-800-773-2599 DEDICATED PERSONAL SERVICE EVENING/WEEKEND APPOINTMENTS Listing of are of practice does not represent official certcation as a specialist in those areas. SAVE NAD. Shop over 150 true manufacturers' outlets and save 20% - 70% off original retail prices. Route 1 in Rehoboth Beach, DE. 888-SHOP333 or 302-226-9223 Jan.-Aprll: Sun.-Thurs. 10am-6pm, Frl. & Sat. 10am-gpm. May-Dec: Mon.-Sat. 10am-9pm, Sun. lOam-6pm. http://www.cha HOBOTH Formerly Ocean Out ets 8= Rehoboth Outlet Center