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4 - CAPE GAZETTE - Friday, Continued from page 3 $500 prizes. Raffle ticket numbers were randomly selected quick picks generated by the Delaware Lottery's computer system. Tickets first went on sale Oct. 30, and sales were brisk when tick- ets sold out just before 5:30 p.m., Dec. 28. Lottery officials said tickets statewide were selling at a rate of 50 a minute during the last half hour they were available. A list of all 256 winning raffle ticket numbers is available online at SPCA to host rabies clinic in Georgetown The Sussex County SPCA will host a no-exam rabies clinic from 1 to 3 p.m., Saturday, Jan. 27, at .the SPCA facility on Route 113 in Georgetown. The prices for the vaccinations are as follows: rabies, $10; canine distemper, $12; feline distemper, $10; and bordetella (kennel cough), $10. All dogs must be on leashes, and all cats must be in carriers. The next clin- ic after that will be from 10 a.m. to January 5 -Monday, January 8, 2007 2 p.m., Friday, Feb. 9. For more Delaware Emergency information, call 856-6361. Management Agency, will feature general disaster preparedness, fire Cabinets stolen from suppression with a practice com- home construction site ponent, and terrorism. The pro- Wood-grain cabinets valued at gram is designed for ordinary citi- $1,553.43 were stolen from a zens. Register for the workshop home under construction in by calling 645-8479 between 9 Stonewater Creek, Millsboro, a.m. and 3 p.m., Monday through sometime between 4 p.m., Dec. Friday. 22, and 8 a.m., Dec. 28. Cpl. Jeff Oldham, state police spokesman, Conlmissioners to said construction workers and observe holiday troopers were unable to determine The Rehoboth Beach mayor and how the burglar gained access to commissioners have rescheduled the home, because the home had the regular meeting from Monday, been locked, and there were no Jan. 15, to Tuesday, Jan. 16, to visible signs of forced entry, observe Martin Luther King Jr. Oldham said the cabinets had still Day. been in their original boxes The City of Rehoboth Beach because installation had not yet administrative offices will be begun. Police are asking anyone closed Monday, Jan. 15, with no with information to call Det. Monday trash pickup. Trash pick- Gerald Windish at 856-5850, Ext. up in Rehoboth will resume 221. Tuesday, Jan. 16. Trash will be picked up once a St. Peter's to host week, instead of its usual twice-a- preparedness workshoP week schedule beginning Monday, St. Peter's Episcopal Church in Jan. 22, and lasting through Lewes .is sponsoring a free half- Friday, March 30. Each Friday, day disaster preparedness work- trash will also be picked up in the shop from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., city's business district, including Saturday, Jan. 20, in Parish Hall. Rehoboth, Baltimore and The program, presented by the Wilmington avenues. If a holiday falls on a Monday, trash will be picked up the next day. Minner to nominate Danberg for DOC head Gov. Ruth Ann Minner announced Jan. 3 that she will nominate Carl C. Danberg as Department of Correction com- missioner to replace retiring Commissioner Stan Taylor, who leaves Feb. 1. "Carl's prior experience as deputy principal assistant to the commissioner at the Department of Correction makes him uniquely qualified to lead this agency," Minner said. "He is familiar with not only the department but its staff, and that, combined with his extensive legal knowledge, will help to ensure a smooth transition after Commissioner Taylor's retirement." Danberg, 42, of Newark, has most recently served as Delaware's attorney general. Minner appointed him to the posi- tion in 2005 to replace M. Jane Brady, who was sworn in as a judge. Prior to that, he served as chief deputy attorney general since August 2004. Before his recent stint in the Attorney General's Office, Danberg spent eight years as deputy principal assistant to the commissioner at the Delaware Department of Correction. He was a deputy attorney gener- al from 1994 to 1996 and worked in private practice before that. He is an adjunct professor at the University of Delaware and a major in the Judge Advocate General's Corps in the Delaware Army National Guard. He holds a bachelor's degree from the University of Delaware and a law degree from Widener University School of Law. He is a member of the Delaware State Bar Association, the U.S. District Court for the District of Delaware, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit and the U.S. Supreme Court. "I am honored by the faith that the govemor has expressed in me and look forward to this new chal- lenge," Danberg said. "I hope to emulate Stan Taylor's strong moral land administrative leader- ship during my tenure at the Department of Correction." Minner's nomination is subject to confirmation by the Delaware State Senate. Eddie Sparpaglione photos Elected officials sworn in John Brady was sworn in as recorder of deeds during a ceremony in council chambers on Tuesday, Jan. 2, in Georgetown. Doing the honors is Judge. E. Scott Bradley, right. Brady ran unop- posed and was re-elected in November. Sussex County Council will hold another swearing-in cer- emony at 5:30 p.m., Tuesday, Jan. 9, in council chambers. Eric Swanson, left, is sworn in as sheriff by Judge T. Henley Graves during the ceremony in Georgetown. Swanson was accompanied by his wife Patricia. Swanson beat out two-term incum- bent Republican Bob Reed for the office. Dave Wilson, left, elected as register of wills, was sworn into office this week in Georgetown. Standing with Wilson is his wife, Carolyn, and Court of Chancery Chancellor William "Bill" Chandler. Wilson defeated incumbent Howard Clendaniel in November. Annie Doshia Walker, retired poultry worker Annie Doshia Walker, 84, of Millsboro, died Saturday, Dec. 30, 2006. She was the daughter of the late Abraham and Annie Walker. She was also preceded in death by a son, Israel Walker, in 2001; and two brothers, Albert and Troy Walker. She was a retired poultry work- er retiring from Cargill Inc. She is survived by a son, Donald Walker of Washington, D.C.; daughters Carolyn Mason of Stone Mountain, Ga., and Charlane Walker of Georgetown; brothers James Walker of Frankford, Alton Walker of Frankford and Ernest Walker of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.; sisters Lottie Mae Phillips of Florida and Essie Lee Atkins of Frankford; seven grandchildren; and five great- grandchildren Services will be at 1 p.m., Saturday, Jan. 6, at the Apostolic Faith Church of Jesus Christ the 'Lord in Mt. Joy near Millsboro, where friends may call at noon. Pastor George Lofland and Elder Amos Young will officiate. Burial will be in Zoar Golden Acres, Bishopville, Md. Arrangements by Watson- Funeral Home, Millsboro. Olive Duffs, Rehoboth homemaker Olive Duffy, 66, a resident of Pine Bay in Rehoboth Beach, died Monday, Jan. 1, 2007, in her home after a yearlong battle with lung cancer. Born June 13, 1040, in Dublin, Ireland, Mrs. Duffy came to the United States in 1964. She lived in Nanuet, N.Y., where she was a homemaker and raised her family until she moved to Rehoboth in 1997. She truly lived every moment of life to the fullest and treasured her retired life in Rehoboth. She loved the beach, the shops and spending time with her family and friends at her favorite spot, the Rusty Rudder. Her greatest accomplish- ments cannot easily be conveyed, but she will be forever remem- bered for touching the lives of so many. Mrs. Duffy is survived by her beloved husband of 43 years, Joseph Duffy of Rehoboth; her daughter, Jennifer Burns of Severna Park, Md.; two grandchil- dren, Callie and Duffy Burns of Severna Park; her sister and broth- er-in-law, June and Mike Tierney of Nanuet; and her sister Renee O'Hagan of Leixlip, Ireland. Olive and Joe also had a son, Joseph Duffy Jr., who passed away in 1994. A memorial Mass to celebrate her life will be at 11:30 a.m., Friday, Jan 5, at St. Edmond's Catholic Church, King Charles Avenue, Rehoboth Beach. The family suggests memorial contributions to Delaware Hospice, Wilmington, DE. Rosalie M. Daisey, retired beautician Rosalie M. Daisey, 86,-of Millsboro, passed away peaceful- ly Tuesday, Jan. 2, 2007, at the Winterhaven Hospital in Winterhaven, Fla. She was born in Dagsboro, daughter of the late Earlis and Mary Fisher Timmons. She was a self-employed beautician in Millsboro for many years. Rosalie was a member of the Order of the Eastern Star chapter 9 of Georgetovn and the Millsboro Veterans of Foreign Wars Post. Along with her parents, she was preceded in death by her sister, Eleanore Emerson; and her two brothers, Paul and Stanley Timmons. She is survived by her loving son, William E. Daisey of Winterhaven; three grandchildren, Alex, Leroy, and Sharon; eight great-grandchildren; and many cousins, nieces and nephews. A funeral service will be at l 1 a.m., Tuesday, Jan. 9. at the chapel of Melson Funeral Services on Thatcher Street in Frankford, where friends may call Monday evening from 6 to 8 p.m. Interment will be in St. George's Cemetery in Clarksville.