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.g CAPE GAZEr'rE, Friday, Doe. 6- Dee.. 12, 2002 - 39 John Milton Memorial Poetry Festival on tap Dec. 14 The Fourth Annual John Milton Memorial Poetry Festival will be hem Saturday, Dec. 14, on the sec- ond floor of the Milton Public Li- brary. Here's a schedule of events: From 9:30-11 a.m. a free cre- ative writing poetry workshop with H. A. Maxson, poet and au- thor. Interested participants should bring five copies of a poem to workshop. At 11:30 a.m., Dr. Allan Lef- cowitz, Professor Emeritus, US Naval Academy, and founder of The Writer's Center will present "So You Want to Get Published?" At 12:15 p.m., R.D. Baker, pub- lisher and editor-in-chief, "Word- wrights!" magazine will present "What Happens to Your Manu- script When You Submit to Word- wrights! From 12:30 to 3 p.m, there will be poetry readings by Dan Rose, poet and Milton scholar; Howard Gofreed, poet, founding member, Medium Rare Poet'y Ensemble; Mary Westcott, poet, associate ed- itor, "Wordwrights!" magazine; Marty Galvin, poet, professor, WW'PH, Chevy Chase, Md.; Joe Allen, poet, coordinator, 2nd Satyrday Poetry Series, Wilming- ton; Fran McMiilian, poet, Wilm- ington; Bob Svenson, poet, Re- hoboth Beach; Anne Agnes Col- well, poet, professor, University of Delaware Extension, Milton; Dan Johnson, poet, WWPH, Capi- I I I @ @ Drive s00trely this h )llday seaso .a bTh:shdYtima;e ;y2fth: oenn't s bl$klttsk;,a'usth:uY Sp:;dsi:Al, s-hzi:evd, t: America's highways. Last year over Thanksgiving weekend in Delaware, 318 vehicle crashes oc= curred. "Inattentive driving is the num- berone contributing cause for all crashes in the First State," said Cindy; Genau, community traffic safety program educator for Co- operative Extension at the Univer- sity of Delaware. "Make the holi- days a truly happy time to be with family and friends by staying alert to other drivers and taking safety precautions to ensure a safe trip." Buckle up your children and yourself, Genau warns. If a vehi- cle is equipped with a passenger- side airbag, require children to ride in the back seat, properly se- cured in age-appropriate safety re- straints. "Don't be one of those drivers who needlessly put their chil- said. "Six out of 10 children who die in crashes are not bucHed up and/or not in child car seats." According to Genau, Delaware law enforcement officers were out in full force during the Thanksgiv- ing holiday, issuing tickets to mo- torists who fail to wear seat belts and who do not confine small children in proper seats. Road checks were also con- ducted to arrest drunk drivers, she adds. "Forty-two percent of all fatal crashes in Delaware last year were alcohol-related. Even moderate consumption of wine or beer im- pairs a driver's ability to make proper decisions on the road." Safe driving also means being prepared for vehicle emergencies. "Inspect your car before you leave on a lengthy road trip. Make sure it is operating properly," Genau gauge and windshield wiper flu- id." The safety educator suggests some helpful items to take in the car in case of an emergency: Jumper cables Emergency flares Fluorescent flag to tie to your car antennae Flashlight Tow chain or rope Windshield scraper and shovel Blanket Dry clothes, boots and gloves Snacks and water First aid kit tal Hill, Washington, D.C.; Fleda Brown, poet, professor, and Poet Laureate of Delaware At 3:10 p.m., there will be a special announcement of a presti- gious new literary award by Sam Caiagione, founder and president of Dogfish Head Brewing And from 3:30 to 6 p.m., poetry readings will be given by Cap'n Clark Cable, Pirate Poet of The Spanish Main; Shelley Grable, poet, TV producer, Milton; Irene Rouse, poet, bookseller, Eastern Shore of Virginia; Sial (;old, poet, professor, WWPH, Hyattsville, Md.; Robin Meader, poet, profes- sor, Washington, D.C.; Carol Bruce, poet, Milton; H. A. Max- son, poet, author, professor, Mil- ford; and Jamie Brown, poet, bookseller, Milton ' Gift Basket f 00t00etreatt Basket Sale to benefit Lewes Fire Department The Lewes Fire Department, Inc. will be selling a Second Edition Basket as a fundraiser beginning Monday, Dec. 9. The Second Edition Basket is a candle basket and will include a scented 20 ounce jar candle. The numbered baskets have cranberry and blue trim with a brass plate attached to the front commemorating the 2003 Second Edition. The basket will cost $26 and all proceeds will go directly to the Lewes Fire Department, Inc. To purchase a basket or for more information contact the Lewes Fire Department at 302-645-6556. Only 200 of the Limited Edition baskets are available, and will be sold first come, first serve.