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CIFE GAZE'rrE; FriayMay 1" - C  Super Loki Rocket launch set for Cape State Park May 9 The Aerospace Education de- partment and the Delaware Aero- Space Education Foundation (DASEF) in conjunction with Spaceport Florida Authority, the Aerospace States Association, the It. governor's office and other state agencies will sponsor a his- toric launch of a Super Loki Sounding Rocket at Cape Hen- lopen State Park in Lewes on Sat- urday, May 9, at 3 p.m. This will be the second high-altitude sound- ing rocket launch from Delaware. The raindate for the Loki launch is on Sunday, May 10, at 11 a.m. This educational program will also feature model rocket, bottle rocket and miniature hot air and scientific balloon launches; kite demonstrations; "Launching A Dream" space shuttle display; and exhibits and displays on the park's parade field. Several 7-foot tall, advanced model rockets will also be launched from the Loki site. Schools throughout Delaware have been actively participating in this applied learning program. This unique event, from 9 am. to 3:30 p.m., is open to the public. The normal park entrance fees will be in effect. Some areas of park may closed to the public for this event. The park may have to close if attendance capacity is reached. Normal park services and food vendors will be available. For more information, the public should contact the park office at 645-8983. The Super Loki, an 11-foot tall, solid-propellant, sounding rocket, will be launched as part of the Delaware Rockets for Schools program to stimulate academic in- terest and public awareness in en- gineering, math, technology, space and environmental sciences. The initial Rockets for Schools launch was held in Cape Canaver- al, Fla., in 1993. Experts from Spaceport Florida Authority will handle the launch operation. For personnel safety reasons, the Loki will be launched from a remote site at the park, but it will be visi- Continued on page 64 Artists Continued from page 60 Brotman is a local painter, well known among the arts communi- ty. He built his reputation on graphite drawings of foliage-lush, dense scenes in a large scale that give the viewer the sense of walk- ing into the scene. For this show, however, Brotman is showing a whole new body of work. Brot- man's new pieces are smaller, nonobjective paintings that are washes of intense hues that form landscapes of color. He will be showing in the Ventures Gallery at the League, a space dedicated to showing works by emerging artists or works in a new style by established artists. Costigan, probably the best known of the solo show ex- hibitors, has a worldwide follow- ing. Her paintings are self-titled "Inscapes...representing interior landscapes that depict energy fields between conventionally de- fined mountainous structures, as well as the interplay between pos- itive and negative spaces." Costi- gan teaches Fine Arts at George Washington University. Her works are in such major collec- tions as the Hirshorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, the Phillips Collection, and other public and private collections in the United States and abroad. All four shows open with a pub- lic reception, Friday, May 1, from 5 to 7 p.m. Exhibits continue through May 31. Gallery hours are Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Sunday, 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Call 227-8408 for more information. @@@@@@@@@ ,,sp,,i,,g 1998 i *Fling $ t @ @ Soup or House , @  Salad @ /Entr6e @ a&,'k Dessert @ order any entrde from the ? menu and any dessert from the tray ' VALID ALL NITE  Wednesday, Thursday ? and Sunday . @ YOU SHOULD CALL AHEAD ? STUFFED E(GPLANT MANICOTTI OF THE DAN PASTA OF THE DAY * 227-4747 @ @ If the service isn't up to 1 snuff we'll tip you MOTHER'S * DAY * c, Unfortunately last year We  had to turn away a lot of you locals. We were fully reserved by Monday. Call Now, Don't Disap oint Your Morn! OPEN 11 A.M. DAILY FOR LUNCH Pasta w/Red Sauce and a Meatball w/choice of Soup or Salad Mort. - Fri. 11:00 a.rn. - 2:00 p.m. with Choice of Soup or Salad Mon. - FrL 11:00 a.rn. - 2:00 p.m. Imported Ham, Swiss Cheese between 2 breaded Eggplant Medallions w/Soup or Salad Mon. - Fri. 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. is Local Business Show your business card for 10 % OFF your lunch check! (one discount per check, not valid with other offers) (302) 644-9005 22 Midway Shopping Center, Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971 Pasta Bowl Web Site www.pastabowl.com