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22 - CAPE GAZEIWE, Friday, June 2 - June 8, 1995 Tdsh Vm'non photo8 Lutherans dedicate expanded building The Lutheran Church of Our Savior was founded in 1950 when the first service was held on the Fourth of July Week- end on B4flioboth Avenue and began meeting in 1961 at the VIA Buildion the Boardwalk until 1982, when they moved to their present location off Bay Vista Road on three acres of land. The pariah house followed in 1988. On Thursday, May 25, the Feast of the Ascension, the con- gregation, along with Pastor Edwin W. Thress, gathered for a community worship and open house in the faeil/ty which is being tripled in size. John Corkill designed the $366,000 building, providing seating for an additional 65 people in the church, as well as office space, conference room, Sunday School classrooms, a larger nursery room, large food service area, two new rest rooms and a large narthex where visitors may be greeted and fellowship is encouraged. Joe Eibling is the chairman of the Facilities Improvement Committee, which is responsible for the project, which was made possible by The Laborers for Christ. AI Glindemann chaired the Building Fund Commiee, while Dorothy Lewis chaired the Interior planning Committee and Louise Winker chaired the Dedication Committee. The congregation is in the process of raising more funds to complete the interior of the large fellowship hall and two ad- ditional classrooms. Above right, Pastor Threse leads the cer- emony in the newly renovated church, while above, he greets parishioners Thelma and Howard Warneke of Rehoboth Beach following the ceremony. Sussex AHA plans Cardiac Arrest at BayCenter June 2 The 1995 Cardiac Arrest fundraising event will be held from 2 to 5 p.m., Friday, June 2 on the deck at the Rusty Rudder Restaurant, Dewey Beach, spon- sored by the Sussex County Divi- sion of the American Heart Asso- . ciation. Each "prisoner" is a local citi- zen who has consented to be "ar- rested" until he or she can raise "bail" in the form of donations to the American Heart Association. The list of arrestees includes Paul Mylander, president/CEO Delaware National Bank; Dale Dukes, president, Sussex County Council; Ronnie Thomas, Delaware State Police; Bob Fred- erick, mayor of Dewey Beach; Jerry Williams, instructor of in- dustrial training at Delaware Tech; Steve Pepper, Securities America; Jay Stevens, Dave Urian and Anita Smith, Jefferson, Urian, Doane & Sterner, P.A.; Steve Masten, director of economic de- velopment for Sussex County; Suzanne Seidel, J.R. Moore, Co.; Ruth Ann Spicer, office manager of Bayside Health Associates; Dave Twining, Nantucket's Restaurant; Don McCann, Mc- Cann, Inc.; Stan Zielinski, plant manager at Vlasic Foods, Inc.; Wayne Cannon, disc jockey for WGMD Radio; Don Wingard, re- tired banker; Pat Rust, CHEER Senior Services; Debra Maull, Kathy Long, Judy Widdowson, all of Mellon Bank; State Rep. John Schroeder; Dick Wagamon, Wag- amon, Inc.; Donna Davis, Don- na's Designing Women; Leslie Ballinger and Jim Kiernan, Cold- well Banker Rehoboth Resort Re- alty; Dickie Bryan, Re/Max Real- ty Group; Butch Emmert, 3B's Painting; Dave Jones, Jones Re- frigeration; Pat Renault, O'Conor, Piper and Flynn Real Estate; Don- nie Webster Jr., Webster Furni- ture; Bill Lingo, Lingo Realty; Bill Tribbit, Lankford Sysco; Lin- da Rickards, 1776 Restaurant; Dan Mitchell, The Roadhouse Steak Joint; and Bruce Maloomi- an, Bay Sports. Radio Station WGMD 92.7 will be broadcasting live during the event. The American Heart Associa- tion is a volunteer association dedicated to reducing death from heart disease and stroke. Funds raised are used to fund cardiovascular education and re- search. For more information about Cardiac Arrest, call 856- 7386. This Father's Day, Pop for a gift the whole family will enjoy/ Casual Reclining Sofa For The Family Room Bustle button back, soR colors. .SRP = SALE 599 Loveseat available. .sRP65 SALE 569 I.A-Z-BOY : ,: L The "Rialto" RECLINA-WAY e ilt- ,I _Hif:'!l,l. The Riaito 80 full reclining chaise sofa IP-' , INL--- ].' with luxuriously cushioned channel-stitched ..... " " fl:  backs and soft pillowed arm. ' " r: m- " MSRPS1139SALE 799  Matching Ioveseat .sRP =079 SALE 759 ,, ,, I.A-Z-BOY , The Cardinal RECLINA-WAY e ', .... Full reclining chaise sofa. Generously " proportioned. Tail bustle back, plush pillow -. arms and chaise reclining ends. I' SALE 899 Loveseat available J MSRP $1249 SALE 859  LA-Z-BOV The "Savannah" RECLINA-WAY* Full reclining sofa. Bustle back. Button tailoring. Features end seats that recline to a TV viewing position. MSRP$1379 SALE 949 Matching Ioveseat available MSRP$1249 SALE 899 Full Entertainment Center _--. On casters. 59x20x48w. 2 adjustable shelves behind gbms doors. Medium oak finish. MSRP $595 SALE 399 TV/VCR CART On casters. 2 door. Medium oak finish. 30xl 7x28w MSRP $265 [i,iiT', SALE 179 IN STOCK ONLY, SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE. SHOP EARLY FOR BEST SELECTION. Besche Bros. Furniture