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.% Delaware's Cape Region TUESDAY, JUNE 7 - THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 2011 Officials: City alone not a big enough draw By Henry J. Evans Jr. Office has determined that small cruise hevans@capegazette corn line companies would not benefit by adding Lewes to their itineraries," said Cruise Lewes, an idea that sought to Linda Parkowski, Delaware director of make the city a port ofcall for small cruise tourism, in a June 6 interview. In August ships, isn't going to float ' d:ter consider- 2009, the concept of attracting small able due diligence, the Delaware Tourism cruise lines to Lewes was launched with -.:-,:-; Li S CLUB EVE -tS FUN OR FAMEIEs.: DAN COOK PHOTO THE DEWEY BEACH LIONS CLUB hosted the town'sannual Community Day June 4, at the group's dubheuse on McKinley Avenue. Shown (I-r) sliding into summer are friends Csalaya San- tana, 7, Mebnie Fritchrnan, 8, and Cmra Pastrarm, 8,of ~h."'rhe event indudedgames, mu- sic, food and displays by local service organizatiom. Seem photos from the event in the F by, June 10 issue t great enthusiasm. At a meeting in Lewes, area business owners heard tourism office plans to bring cruise lines with 100 passengers per ship ashore in the city. Ship passengers typically spend about 10 hours ashore - dining, shopping, sight- seeing and taking part in recreational ac- Continued on page 13 Not guilty plea keeps appeal process open By Ryan Mavity ryanm@capegazette:com What could be remembered as Delaware's trial of the century is ready to begin. The bench trial of Lewes pediatrician Earl Bradley will start at 10 a.m., Tuesday, June 7, in Sussex County Superior Court in Georgetown with Judge William C. Car- penter presiding. Bradley has pleaded not guilty to charges of rape and exploitation involving more than 100 child patients at his BayBees Pedi- atrics office on Route 1 in Lewes. If convict- ed, Bradley would face life in prison. The trial of the last century in Delaware was the Thomas Capano murder trial in 1998, presided over by Judge Bill Lee. Speaking of Bradley's trial, Lee said Bradley has requested a bench trial instead of a jury trial, but the proceedings would be essentially the same; instead of a jury de- ciding the facts, Carpenter will decide the facts. The most damning evidence against Bradley appears to be digital videos collect- Continued on page 12 SKIMBOARDING Southside Shoot Out draws 28 pros to Dewey Beach P31 REDISTRICTING Small turnout for Senate hearing about new election districts p4 DEWEY BEACH " Former commissioner questions board appeals process ps CAPE DISTRICT School board to review rain ,:day fund ps WOUNDED WARRIORS Last barbecue set for injured vets at Walter Reed Mo REHOBOTH BEACH Barbour, Kirchhoff file for city's Aug. 13 election ml INDEX Classifieds 33 Community L Garden & Farm ,27 Health & Fitness 21 Obituaries " " 15 School & Education 29 SPot& OutdoorS: We;alJ /T' s ' ' ' ODYSSEY OF THE MIND Shields team returns h()tne Page 29