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26 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 9 - June 15, 1995 C&apos;,apt. Paul Ives Capt. Paul Lane Ives of Lewes and Wallingford, Pa. recently re- ceived the 1995 Spirit of the Port Award from the Seamen's Church Institute. Headquartered in Philadelphia, the Seamen's Church Institute serves the ports of the Delaware River and its seafarers. According to a program from the award cere- mony which was held Wednesday, IVES May 3, the Seamen's Church Institute oper- ates around the clock, seven days a week. "SCI annually tends the practical, moral, work-related and spiritual needs of over 40,000 sea- farers from 90 nations and all the world's religions - both aboard ship and on shore. SCI's ship visitation program (5,000 boardings each year), free wins Spirit transport program (22,000 annual- ly), and international telephone service (6,000 'calls home' a year) are among the largest in the na- tion." The Spirit of the Port .ward goes annually to the person who epitomizes the "Humanity" and "Spirit" of the Port of Philadel- phia and Camden. In bestowing the award, the Seamen's Church Institute made the following comments about Ives: "A devoted family man, a faith- ful churchman, an enthusiastic chorister, a committed Mason, and a dedicated yachtsman, Paul Ives has lived by his human val- ues during his more than 30 years of exemplary service to our re- gion's maritime industry and to the people who make up that in- dustry. "After his graduation from Johns Hopkins University in 1951 and subsequent U,S. Army service to his country, Paul Ives has de- voted his entire professional ca- reer to the betterment of our port. Carper to address senior citizens today "the Port Award "Paul Ives has held many lead- ership roles in his profession: the presidency of the Pilots Associa- tion for the Bay and River Delaware from 1989 to 1993, and a trustee of the American Pilots' Association for 30 years. He served as Commissioner of the Philadelphia Regional Port Authority, chairman of the Joint Executive Committee, and as board member of the Maritime Society, Maritime Exchange, Pen- jerdel Council and the Port of Wilmington Maritime Society among many others." Ives is the seventh recipient of the Spirit of the Port Award. Sea- men's Church Institute has been in existence since 1843. $ I .I ." " THURSDAY 1p 'w' $4.00 " Jammin" ,r,, ;p##4ys. Burger & Fries B/o,._h,n,ne -"Y llfa..:- UOil % Locals Mug Night IL -..e.. - Special Drink Prices - I-'eOo with Sir Guys Mug "O, p;'O Under 21 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian Furniture Delaware Governor Tom Carper will hold a roundtable discussion on issues that affect senior citizens today, June 9, from 10-11:30 a.m. at the Georgetown CHEER Center. The CHEER Center is located in the back of Grace United Methodist Church, East Market Street in Georgetown. : SLEEP SOFAS Sussex County seniors are invited to attend the forum in which the governor will take questions from the audience. /'-- - I.A-Z-BOY- SEALY g... Dozens of In-Stock '- MATTRESS SETS LANE/VENTURE CRAFTMASTER I Eleanor Cain, director of the Division of Services for Aging and lllI  ENGLAND/CORSAIR II Adults with Physical Disabilities, also will attend and participate. " I" ir, ll=J Sleepwel Over 25 In Stock Ready For, I I I Twin Sets StarUng at $98 I "  " . Immediate Free Delivery; II I_.. Famous Serta Perfect Sleeper ..  1 I I.ueen Sets starting at $398, 0% 0 i " X"=ur'""dS'' <\