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24 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, April 18- April 24, 1997 Bottle club to meet April 18 The Delmarva Antique Bottle Club will meet Friday, April 18, in the cafeteria of the Lewes Mid- dle School on Savannah Road in Lewes, at 7 p.m. The program will be presented by Ted Kanakos, a long time collector and dealer in toy soldiers. Visitors are welcome and membership in the club is $7 for individuals and $12 per fami- ly. Call 945-2025. Benefit a success Janice Antonio (left), pro- gram coordinator of Big Brothers and Big Sisters Bowl for Kids Sake, leads off the fun on April 12 at Midway Bowling Center, when local businesses and non-profit agencies in Sussex County raised $7,000 for single-.par- ent families. Organizations including the bowling center, State Ser- vice Center employees, PNC Bank, Wilmington Trust in Milford, Wal-Mart of Milford, Department of Health and Social Services, Stockley Center, Millsboro Nursing Home employees and Sam's Club of Salisbury participat- ed. To add to the festivities, disc jockeys from FOX 97.1 FM did a remote and music was played by Bm Larsen of Lewes. We are very grateful to the community, there are so many kids who need their support," Antonio said of the event. Above, Dave Palmer of An- gola, also known as =Grumps', bowls with his =little brother" Eugene Falkenheimer, age nine, of Rehoboth Beach. Big Broth- era/Big Sisters is a national organization designed to match adult volunteers with children ages six to 14 who live in a single parent house- hold. The program has been in existence for 91 years and there are over 400 children matched in Delaware, with 82 active matches in Sussex County. ) Angle Moon photos Statewide charity an: justice co aference a dynanuc event The first Charity and Justice Conference, held Saturday, April 12 in Dover, drew over 280 indi- viduals representing varied racial, ethnic and religious groups, ac- cording to Paul Pasqualini, who attended the conference from Re- hoboth's St. Edmond's Parish. The conference, sponsored by Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Wilmington, focused on social justice through social interaction, as well as the concept that all cre- ation is sacred. Eleven workshops were held during the day-long event. Wilmington Bishop Michael Saltarelli celebrated a Mass, and the keynote address was given by Fr. J. Bryan Hehir. "In his remarks, Hehir empha- sized the common message of the prophets which stated that how we stand with God is how we stand with each other," Pasqualini said. Hehir pointed out that those with the lowest status in the times of the old and new testament prophets were widows, orphans and aliens - individuals whose sla- ms today is not much higher. Cit- ing the Gospel of Matthew, Hehir noted that whatever is done to those who are the most vulnerable and the least powerful is also done to God. "Therefore, the message is that those who attend to the hungry, thirsty, pool, sick and imprisoned will inherit the kingdom, and those who do not will receive eter- nal punishment," he noted. Hehir also explained that'reli- gion is part of public life and should not be re- stricted to Sunday church ser- vices; it should be car- ried out throughout PASQUALINI the week in social interaction with others. The separation of church and state, he pointed out, is not in the constitu- tion, and society can not be run solely by the state. Hehir stressed the fact that churches offer much to society in the shape of volun- teer organizations, social help sys- tems, private schools and non- profit health agencies. Hehir cautioned church com- munities not to forget the "wider world." He noted that after World War II, many proclaimed, "never again", referring to the devasta- tion of the Holocaust, but pointed out that the world still faces many challenges, including an increas- ing number of poor, sick and Continued on page 26 EARLY BIRD MENU $12.95 (All entrees are served with a field green garden salad, fresh vegetable and chef's choice of starch) Monday thru Saturday 5:00 P.M. - 6:00 P.M. ALL NIGHT SUNDAY ' Grilled Lamb Steak and Cake A center-cut New York Stdp steak Chops oked to yoor , Two lamb chops, grilled to coupled with a broiled jumbo lump crab cake. Wine of mint iely. 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