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June 9, 1995

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to d le ,'e ;e Krlsten Seel photo NASCAR's Schrader visits Grand Slam Dominiek Puleri, owner of Grotto Pizza, Inc. (left) was pre- sent when Grotto's Grand Slam hosted Budweiser NASCAR driver Ken Schrader (right) on Friday, June 1. Schrader's Budweiser car, as well as Rusty Wallace's Miller Genuine Draft ear, were on display that afternoon before Saturday's Miller Genuine Draft 500 at Dover Downs International Speedway. Schrader visited beth the Grand Slam and Grot- to's Long Neck to sign autographs Friday afternoon. Schrader has earned nearly $7 million going into this 1995 Winston Cup season - Schrader's ninth with team owner Rick Hendriek. Schrader placed Uth in Saturday's Miller Genuine Draft 500. Cape's Glenn to head football camp upstate Cape Henlopen football coach George Glenn will be one of 13 college and high school football coaches who will offer instruction during the annual Blue Chip Foot- ball Camp to be held July 10-13 at Friends School in Wilmington. Glenn will be joined by William Penn coach Bruce Reynolds for the camp which is open to stu- dents in seventh through 12th grades. The coaches will provide hands-on instruction for quarter- hacks, receivers, running backs, defensive backs and lineman. Skills tests will be held at the end of the four-day session, which costs $95 per athlete. For more information, write to Blue Chip Camp, 10 Heather Loft Court, Bear DE 19701. Golf Classic slated June 14 at Shawnee The Chamber of Commerce for Greater Milford will host its annu- al Golf Classic tournament on Wednesday, June 14, beginning with a 12:30 p.m. shotgun start at Shawnee Country Club. The entry fee of $75 per golfer includes greens fees, carts, bever- ages on the course and a buffet dinner following the tournament. Hole sponsors also are available at $10o. For more information and to register, call the chamber office at 422-3344. AHA schedules Classic at the Greens The Sussex Division of the American Heart Association will host its third annual Classic at the Greens golf tournament on Wednesday, June 21, beginning with a shotgun start at 1 p.m. at Sussex Pines Country Club near Georgetown. The tournament, sponsored by Tunnell Communities, will in- clude lunch and dinner and on- course refreshments. Prizes will be awarded for low gross, low net, closest to the pin and longest dri- ve. The tourney is limited to the first 30 teams. For more informa- tion and to register, call Bob Lore at 855-2808, or Ginger Wingard at 856-7386. TEELE'S GUN SHOP Cal. 380 IN THE MIDWAY VILLAGE SHOPS Weekdays: 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. ' Sat. 10 s.m.,5 IN b'TOCK Ku BoRe Bou Lmms CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, e9- June 15, 1995 i- 61 i II I' ::': .:- : : ; ;ii;: !i!!:.::i;ii:::::i:!; i:::::: Burton and Marion Barr of Rehoboth Beach stand at the entrance to Walpuna Condominium at Walklkl in Honolulu. Hawaii. Waipuna? Why not? But Don't Mention Your Cape Gazette Waipuna, pronounced why-poona, is an ancient Hawaiian word meaning just about anything that bored Hawaiian natives feel like telling tourists when they start asking questions at nap time. But when those tourists whip out a copy of the Cape Gazette, the Hawaiians go bonkers. They've seen that the Cape Gazette is so compelling, so entertaining  in short, so thoroughly enjoyable, that if tourists get word of the Cape Gazette, they might realize that a $25 per year subscription beats air fare from L. A. International. It's amazing to think that the Cape Gazette could threaten the Hawaiian tourist trade - but true. Marion and Burton Ban" of Rehoboth Beach visited Hawaii over the past winter where their daughter, Leslie Scharling, teaches in a private school. In summer she serves the tourist industry by waiting tables at Anne Marie's in Rehoboth. As members of the Elks, Burton and Marion were enlisted to serve as marshals for the Ladies Hawaiian Open at the KO Olendu Course. They were politely - but firmly - asked to leave their copy of the Cape Gazette at their daughter's home in the Waipuna. "We would prefer to have the crowds concentrate on the golfers," said course officials. We accept  and  as payment for Cape Gazette subscriptions. To have your credit card billed, please include your number and expiration date. Let us know which subscription category you would like and include your phone number so we can contact you if necessary. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: 1 Year in county ........................... $25.00 6 months in county ........................ 12.50 I year out of county ....................... 40.00 6 months out of county .................. 20.00 Student (9 months) ...................... $30.00 Snowbird (in Sussex part of the year, elsewhere the rest) ............... 30.00 Sr. citizen discount (62) subtract $2 for  yr., $] for e mo.