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74 - CAPE GAZETrE, Friday, March 11 - March 14, 2005 Corner Continued from page 71 Lewes Presbyterian Church Hall at Kings Highway and Franklin Street in Lewes. Mike Tyler, the historical soci- ety's program chairman, said that the Antiques Road Show's focus on items that people collect or havearound their house prompted the idea of asking members to share their collections. "We know that many of our members have antiques and have collected many interesting items over the years. And many of our members seemed willing to show some of their favorite items and discuss how they began collecting and what the collection means to them." The Friday evening meeting will feature an eclectic mix of LHS members' collections: Bud Adler will show his col- lection of "Stones and Bones." Adler has acquired a collection of replica skulls and stone tools un- covered by archeologists in Africa that were used by early species of man-homo erectus. He will dis- cuss their origin. Evie Leahy enjoys photogra- phy and although her photo s are contemporary, she will bring a couple of photos showing some older Lewes structures and their relocation in Lewes. Marjorie Frampton's collec- tion of more than 150 salts and the tiny spoons used to sprinkle salt at special occasion meals is an array of glass, porcelain, silver that date from the late 19th century to the dinner ware used by her mother. She'll discuss the tradition of us- ing salts and display salts from different nations, formal salts and everyday salts. Suzanne Jonessays she is not a collec- tor. But her collection of dolls captures four genera- tions of doll owners. She will exhibit her grandmother's porcelain- JONES IF YOU'RE NOT AT YOUR LAST JOB, YOUR 401(k) SHOULDN'T BE EITHER. Leaving a 401(k) behind could mean leaving it with no one to watch over it. We can explain your options and if you'd like to roll your 401(k) over into an Edward Jones IRA, we can help you do it with no taxes or penal- ties. 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