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Millville man to attend InterflLith observance of Holocaust Remembrance )ay on April 27 Carl F. Jeffers of Millville, an Army veteran, served as an anti-tank gunner in the famed 89th In- fantry Division, part of Gen. George S. Patton's Third Army that swept across Europe to join up with the Rus- sians. On the combat march across East Germany, Jeffers' division came upon and liberated the Nazi concentration camp at Ohrdruf, near the cities of Gotha and Eisenach. "As we entered the compound there were bodies strewn on the JEFFERS ground that had just recently been shot because they were un- able to flee with their captors and Hitler's SS troops wanted no inmates left alive to tell their gruesome tale to Allied troops," Jeffers recalled. "In a storage building nearby, bodies were stacked like cord wood. The stench was overwhelming and caused your stomach to retch," he added, noting that this camp was just one of the Nazi "death camps" where, by war's end, almost six million Jews as well as others had been killed by systematic mass murder. Jeffers has been invited to attend the Interfaith ob- servance of Holocaust Remembrance Day at noon on Thursday, April 27 in the Wilmington City/Council Chambers, 800 French St. This program, according to Chairperson Constance Kreshtool, will mark the 50th anniversary of the lib- eration of the death camps by the Allied Forces. "We shall be honoring .those in the community who were part of the liberating forces and witnessed the horrors that those Camps revealed," Kreshtool said. Barebones Party preludes transformation CRUISE ALASKA "Family Reunion at the Beach" is the theme of Designer Show- house HI, which opens Saturday, May 20 at 17 Olive Avenue in Re- hoboth Beach. The designers and organizers threw a Barebones Party on April 15 to unveil the rambling beach block cottage before the designers begin their work of transforming the 18-room Victorian into a showhouse. With proceeds to be equally di- vided between Sussex County Habitat for Humanity, Sussex County AIDS Committee and Outreach Committee of St. Peter's Church, the house will be open through Saturday, June 17 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays, and until 9 p.m. Fridays, with Sunday hours 1 to 5 p.m. The Olive Avenue Tea House and Boutique will be open at the rear of the house for relaxing and savoring tea house treats. Serop and Nancy Nersesian have offered their house for the Tdsh Vernon photo John and Ruth Brown of Lewes (left), he with Sussex Coun- ty Habitat for Humanity and she the chair of the Designer Showhouse III, stand with the owners of the 18-room Re- hoboth Beach house that is being transformed into "Family Reunion at the Beach," Nancy and Serop Nersesian during the Barebones Party held April 15 at the Olive Avenue resi- dence. Performing during the party are Suzette Riggin and Dick Eekerd, courtesy of Baystar Productions. project and the designers include: Mark Showell and Ron Shepler, k,,f Mark Showell Interiors; Rachell A. Cryne, Old Town Interiors; Elizabeth Zando, Elizabeth Zando Continued on page 21 SANDWICHES Seusage, E99 & Cheese Sewed on your choice of: Kaiser Roll, Sandwich-Size F.ng Muffin or Bagel. YOU TOP YOURSELF! Home of FILET MIGNON Egg & Cheese Sandwich ANGLERS IR ESTAU R AN T On the Lewes Canal at 213 Anglers Rd. Historic Lewes, Delaware CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, April 21 - April 27, 1995 . 17 t Tflsh Vernon photo Farrellys mark 50th anniversary Helen (nee Cline) and Donald J. Farrelly of Rehoboth Reach, formerly of Hockessin, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on April 12, 1995. They were married in Mary- land and he is retired from the DuPont Company, while she is retired from the Masonic Home of Delaware. The Farrellys have three children, Donald J. Farrelly Jr. of Circleville, Ohio; Dianne F. Reece of Seaford and Darlene J. Salvatore ofFaulklaQ! Height They also have seven grand- children. Their children hbl-d a surprise party for them on Saturday, April 15 at the home of Dianne Reece in Seaf0rd. 2-for-1 Fares Now Available Sailings available throughout the summer PRINCESS CRUISES It's more than a cruise, it's the Love Boat.* Call Us Today OCEAN TRAVEL 4377 Highway One Rehoboth Beach 227-1607 Em0000rmnmm Friday 4 - 9 "Buddy B" Saturday 7 - 12 "Pete Garrison" Plays Oldies Water Served With Every Meal Angler's Restaurant, a Lewes waterfront landmark, offers the finest selection of fresh seafood, steaks and sumptuous specials at the beach. Call ahead to reserve a "slip". Enjoy a cocktail in our lounge or outside at the Dock Cafe. Watch local sport and commercial fisherman bring in their "catch". At Anglers, a waterfront view is served with every meal. Lots of Free Parking! Open Fri. 11 am - 9 p.m. Sat & Sun 8 a.m. - 9 p.m. (302) 645-9931 251A Rehoboth Ave. Next to Catchers' 226-2960. Carr',-Out Available