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38 - CAPE GAZE'FIE, Friday, February 28- March Civilservie00 00pic0000iSussex University of Delaware profes- sors William W. Boyer and Mark W. Huddleston will discuss their award-winning book, 'e High- er Civil Service in the'United States: Quest for Reform," as the final offering of the free public University by the Land and Sea Lecture series. Boyer is the Charles P. Messick professor emeritus of Public Administra- tion, and Huddleston is a profes- sor of political science and in- ternational relations. The two will speak in Lewes at 10 a.m. at the UD Virden Center on Pilottown Road and in Seaford at 2 p.m. at the Methodist Manor House on Middleford Road. Published by the University of Pittsburgh Press, Feb. 28 'q'he Higher Civil Service in the United States: Quest for Reform" compares the U.S. politicized sys- tern of government, where higher civil service servants are appoint- ed by an incoming president, to other systems in advanced democ- racies where government is man- aged by permanent professionals. As the authors state in the intro- duction, the book is the "story of America's efforts - largely frus- trated - to develop a higher civil service," and explores different administrations' approaches to some of these problems. The Land and Sea Lecture Series is spon- sored by the University's Office of Alumni and University Rela- tions. Call 855-1620. REAL ESTATE SETTLEMENTS Michael Short photo Rehoboth Cooperative Pre-school students take awards The Rehoboth Cooperative Pre-School students recently learned about fire safety. Shown here with fire prevention chief Leonard Tylecki on Wednesday, Feb. 19 are the winners in the Rehoboth Beach Fire Company's fare prevention poster contest. Top winners among four-year olds are Brian Tappan, Amelia Pederson and Cayman Taylor. The top winners among three- year olds are Kaya Robertsen, Meghan Colegrove and Hannah Staniszewski. Shown from (l-r) are Pedersen, Tappan, Tylecki, Robertsen, Colegrove and Taylor. Hannah Staniszewski was absent from the photo. Early registration set for YMCA summer camps Saturday, April 5 will mark the Early Camp Sign-Up Day at the Sussex Family YMCA - a day to note on your calendar if you have children with time to be occupied in wholesome, healthy ways this summer. The 10-week camp ses- sion begins June 16 and ends Aug. 22. Camp days run from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., with extra care available as early as 7:30 a.m. and as late as 6 p.m. A $10 deposit per week will hold your child's place in any of the wide variety of day camps. Camp Runamuk is for kids in fourth through sixth grades. Scamper Camp is for those going into grades one, two or three, and Kindercamp is for kindergartners and pre-schoolers born after Aug. 31, 1993. Eleven different sports camps will also be available with two to three to choose from each week, for kids from age five and older. There is a Counselor-in- Training program for teens aged 13-15 who are interested in learn- ing to work with children. Those selected through an application process will participate in train- ing, special events, and field trips in addition to assisting camp staff counselors for hands-on work ex- perience. For more information call Nancy, Claudia or Ryan at the YMCA at 227-8018. ROBERT V. WITSIL, JR. ATrORNEY AT LAW EVENING AND WEEKEND SETrLEMENTS BY APPOINTMENT 120 SOUTH BEDFORD ST. 420 REHOBOTH AVE. GEORGETOWN, DE 19947 REHOBOTH BEACH, DE 19971 TEL. (302)855-0120 TEL. (302) 227-4107 FAX (302)855-0395 Listing of areas of practice does not represent specialization in these areas. MOVING SA LE! MIDWAY SUPPLY 645-2287