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Briefly From The Ca e Gazette's Traveler Series* Soccer camp set Aug. 15-19 in Lewes The Delaware Pride Soccer As- sociation is excited to announce that the Britannia Soccer Camp will be holding a community soc- cer camp at Lewes Middle School Monday through Friday, Aug. 15- 19, from 5-8 p.m. each evening. Sessions are open to boys and girls entering grades seven through I1. Players will be grouped into middle school and high school groups for instruction. This is an advanced program de- signed exclusively for serious players and teams to help them prepare for the fall soccer season. The camp costs $85 per student. Interested players should mail a deposit of $30 to: Delaware Pride Soccer Association, 45 Sussex Drive, Lewes, Delaware 19958- 1506. For more information, call 645-1186. Captain's Course offered in September Captain E.L. Thomas of Milton will present another Captain's Course beginning Tuesday, Sept. 6. The 10-week, 40 classroom hours and home study course is a motorboat captain's course for those who want to obtain a U.S. Coast Guard "Master" or "Opera- tor" license. The course will cov- er charts and navigation problems, tides and currents, compass prob- lems, aids to navigation, piloting techniques, weather study, nauti- cal publications, practical knowl- edge, seamanship and a variety of safety issues. In addition, an extra course on celestial navigation also will be available. Private tutelage and correspondence courses also are available. The class is limited to the first 30 people to register. For more information, write to Capt. E.L. Thomas at Rt. 3, Box 113A, Mil- ton, Delaware 19968; or call him at 684-3364. Slqoxes to open at Dover Downs Construction is under way at Dover Downs International Speedway in Dover that will add 10 new skyboxes overlooking the front straight-away. The new fa- cilities are scheduled to open as part of the SplitFire Spark Plug 500 NASCAR Winston Cup weekend September 16-18. Tickets for the 500 mile race on on Sunday, Sept. 18, and the 200 on Saturday, Sept. 17, are current- ly on sale. Call 734-7223 for more information.. Lewes Major League softball champs The Brewers softball team of the Lewes Major League were the regular season champions, posting a 13-3 record this sum- mer. The team sponsor was Cape Medical of Lewes. Team members pictured above (bottom row from left): Amanda Warrington, Amy Levy and Lindsey. Second row, from left: EHzabeth Pratt, Meredith Marshall, Maron Ford and Katie Levy. Third row, from left: Shayla Oesby, Diana Seifert, Florence White and Zina Hense. Back row, from left: manag- er Glenn Williams and coaches Wendy Carey and Robert War- ringto STEELE'S GUN SHOP -BUY NEW!! IN STOCK IRtO "- -SELL ..... IN Osam:  STATE ST.. DUCK -11lADE INSsc'r RSPmJ.F.NT IN THE MIDWAY VILLAGE SHOPS 645-8350 HOURS: Weekdays: 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. Saturday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Evenings - 7:10 p.m. - 9 p.m. Sunday - Closed till late August. CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, August 5 - August 11, 1994 - 51 Lloyd Mills, engrossed in Canada Know All That's Worth Knowing!! International businessman Lloyd Mills, of Dewes, recently took his search for alluring posters to Canada's expansive coastal provinces of Newfoundland and Labrador. As he approached the border, Lloyd reached for his trusty Gazette. "Hmmm," he thought, "this newspaper has everything else in it, maybe it will hold a clue to the meaning of that strange word at the lower left on the sign." Many native passersby waved their welcomes to their Lewes visitor. Lloyd didn't notice. Like so many others, he became totally engrossed in the pages of the Gazette. He didn't find the answer to his Canada question, but he did learn all there was worth knowing about Delaware's Cape Region for that week. The Cape Gazette - Subscribe Today And Know All That's Worth Knowing mmm n InnN mmm Im l mmm mlllml n i SUBSCRIPTION RATES: 1 Year in county ........................... $25.00 Student (9 months) ...................... $30.00 6 months in county ........................ 12.50 Snowbird (in Sussex part of I year out of county ....................... 40.00 the year, elsewhere the rest) ............... :50.00 6 months out of county .................. 20.00 Sr. citizen discount (62) $2 one yr/$1 sixmonths