Newspaper Archive of
Cape Gazette
Lewes, Delaware
Jim's Towing Service
September 24, 1999     Cape Gazette
PAGE 76     (76 of 104 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 76     (76 of 104 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
September 24, 1999

Newspaper Archive of Cape Gazette produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

76 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, September 24. September 30, 1999 Lewes Senior Center sets Las Vegas trip A trip set for Feb. 27 to March 2 to Las Vegas is being sponsored by the Lewes Senior Center. Nonmembers are welcome. The trip includes roundtrip motorcoach transportation from Lewes to the Baltimore airport, roundtrip airfare, transfers to and from the Monte Carlo Resort and Casino, four nights' accommodations at the resort, a todr to Laughlin, funpak, gratuities for skycaps and the services of a professional tour manager from Footloose Tours. The cost is $749 per person double occupancy and $945 for a single occupancy. The deadline for full payment and reservation is Nov. 15. To reserve a place or for more information, call Barbara at Footloose Tours, 684-1600 or the Lewes Senior Center, located at Nassau, at 645- 9293. Submitted photo Rehoboth Christmas Shop returns Oct. 7-10 The Rehoboth Christmas Shop, sponsored by the Episcopal Church Women of All Saints' Parish, opens with a preview party on Thursday, Oct. 7, in Rehoboth Convention Center, and continues Friday through Sunday, offering a variety of booths featuring clothing, gifts, acces- sories and food items. Above, Anne Ratledge, left, and Ethel McCarthy enjoy chatting during the 1998 shop preview party. Invitations to the preview party are available at 227-7441, or at the door. The preview party tickets are $15 and $25 for benefactors. The shop opens to the public Friday through Sunday, Oct. 7-10, with admission $1 per day for adults, with children under 12, free. Book Nook Continued from page 74 signed to bring pressure on him to testify against his brother. Both Gerry and Louis Capano knew early on that their brother had killed Fahey. Both caved under the intense pressure from prosecutors and made deals in exchange for their testimony. Anastasia also points out how the professional, social and politi- cal lives of so many of the major participants in the case overlapped and intertwined. He informs us that these people, including Thomas Capano, had gone to the same schools, belonged to the same clubs, went to the same bars and restaurants, attended the same political events, and even worked together. As one would expect in this situation, information about the crime not generally available to the public was known among these insiders. While overall, Anastasia does a fine job in detailing these key as- pects and people in this case, I would have welcomed the same effort with regard to the actual tri- al. The last quarter of the book, which reviews the trial phase and its aftermath, seems to lack the en- ergy and precision of the first part of the book. Despite this minor flaw, Anastasia has made an im- portant contribution in helping readers understand what really happened in this crime. The Summer Wind is now avail- able at local public libraries. IRISH Rehoboth Beach Lewes Harbor Ocean Block Wilmington Ave. 227-2888 .Anglers Rd. Waterfront 645-6888 Gerry Lore retired to Rehoboth Beach in 1996following a career with Hoffman-LaRoche Inc. He is a graduate of Purdue University and Harvard Graduate School of Business and a big baseball fan. OPEN WEDNESDAY FRIDAY at S * SATURDAY & SUNDAY at noon Srls on 5 TVs. Gr i S.rgs & Appeti WEDNESDAY 1/2 PRICE BURGER NIGHT taMP p,a Seafood Restaurant Sunset Oinners for ,9.95 o,ly Flounder 13roiled or Fried with tartar sauce and lemon Crab Cake (1) Platter with tartmr sauce and lemon Grilled Chicken 13reas' with herbed butter Veal Cutlet in brown sauce Fried Shrimp (5) with cocktail sauce and lemon Penne Paste Puttanesca with artichokes, capers, mushrooms, sun dried omatoes,' black olives, red onion, olive oil and Pecorino Romano cheese Grilled Center Cut Pork Chop with roasted portabellas and Merlot wine sauce Grilled 13eet = Liver with fried onions and gravy ,erved ,4-6 pm weekdays All Sunset Dinners include a cup of soup or salad, fresh vegetable, bread basket and coffee or tea. No Substitutions. 5erving 13reakfas, Lunch & Dinner 7 Days Year Round Rt. 1 at Rt. 24, Rehoboth Beach (302) e45-S132 INDAY BRUNCH ' 10 AM-2 PM Buffet & Menu Items to Choose From! i: - "ii;ir,.i "[il II iv.. KID'S . MENU SPECIALIZING IN: Fresh Fish, No-Filler Crab Cakes, Char-Grilled Burgers & Steaks, Sand- wiches (Hot & Cold), Seafood Potato Skins, Homemade Soups & More IRISH EYES