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Rollins receives Lifetime Achievement Award from Horatio Alger Association Don Be Left Out. John W. Rollins Sr. has been named the recipient of the presti- gious 1998 Horatio Alger Associ- ation's Norman Vincent Peale Award. The award honors individuals who demonstrate a continuing, ac- tive dedication to humanitarian or philanthropic activities in keeping with the Horatio Alger mem- bers' creed to perpetuate the American way of meet- ing human needs, ac- ROLLINS cording to as- sociation officials. The Norman Vincent Peale Award is named after one of the most inspiring leaders of the 20th century. Peale was co-founder of the association and Served as its honorary chairman for many years. Rollins has been a contributor and leader within the Horatio Al- ger Association for more than 30 years. During this service, he initiated a scholarship program to help stu- dents succeed in spite of adversi- ty. The scholarship program has awarded scholarships to 1,000 stu- dents, totaling more than $1 mil- lion this year, and $5 million to date. Rollins currently serves as treasurer and chairman emeritus of the Horatio Alger Association of Distinguished Americans. He is also the founder or co-founder of several Delaware-based compa- nies, seven of which have been or currently are traded on the New York Stock Exchange. The Peale Award is the only ve- hicle for peer recognition by the Horatio Alger Association. "Being selected for this award by my peers in the Horatio Alger Association is a great honor," Rollins said. "Helping young peo- ple to achieve their dreams of a college education has been a source of great joy for me over the years and I'm working with the association now and in the future to continue growing the scholar- ship program." Members of the Horatio Alger Association of Distinguished Americans include former presi- dents Ronald Reagan, Herbert C. Hoover and Dwight D. Eisenhow- er; and national figures such as Gen. Colin Powell and Justice Clarence Thomas. The association is a nonprofit organization based in Alexandria, Va. 'Car Talk' live broadcast set for Delmarva June 20 One of public radio's most pop- ular programs, "Car Talk," moves from being heard to being seen Saturday, June 20, when the show celebrates its 10th anniversary with a birthday bash in Boston that will be shown live in Salis- bury. The big birthday bash will be broadcast live across the nation via a live closed-circuit video feed direct from the celebration site at Harborlights in Boston. The local festivities are being hosted by WSCL89.5 FM and WSDL 90.7 FM and include the live celebration from Boston, which will be shown on the big screen in the Holloway Hall Audi- torium at Salisbury State Univer- sity. The events begin at 8 p.m. There will be door prizes and even a little famous "Car Talk Shame- less Commerce" to help make the event complete. Local audiences will see "Car Talk" hosts Tom and Ray Magliozzi, also known as Click and Clack the Tappet Brothers, along with their special guests The Flying Karamazov Brothers, Dr. Joyce Brothers and some other very famous brothers. In addition to the famous guests, the celebration will also include an action-packed retro- spective of 10 years of "Car Talk." "Car Talk" is broadcast locally at 10 a.m. Saturdays on WSCL and WSDL FM. The show has a national audience of more than 2 million and is broadcast by more than 430 National Public Radio member stations across the nation. Each week the Magliozzi broth- ers dispense advice to callers across the nation on a variety of questions about cars and trucks. The "Car Talk" column appears in the "Delaware State News" every Sunday. To be part of this once in a life- time event, call 800-543-6895 to reserve your tickets. The three- hour celebration begins at 8 p.m., June 20. Members may purchase tickets in advance through June 19 at a cost of $5 each, nonmembers pay $8. Tickets at the door are $10 for members and nonmembers alike. Local sponsors for the "Car Talk" celebration include Boule- vard Ford, Lincoln, Mercury; Continental Cycles; Courtesy Chevrolet; "Delaware State News"; Peninsula Companies; and Pepsi of Deimarva. CAPE GAZE'FI, Friday, June 19 - June 25, 1998 - 51 Buy At The Glade 251 Lots Sold Prices starting at $35,900 Only two Glade-front lots remaining Million Dollar Clubhouse, Pool, Tennis Courts Only two ocean view, state park view lots remaining Secluded but only 5 minutes from beaches, restaurants, shopping MAY 20, 1998 ONLY 8 LEFT I Glade Farm Drive, Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971 (Sales office at Glade Entrance) I Wayne Mitchell, Sales Manager 1-800-77GLADE (302) 227-2884