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Briefly Davidsons welcome new daughter Gerilynn and Chuck Davidson of Lewes have announced the birth of their first child, Olivia Kathryn on April 26. She weighed 6 lbs, 10 oz. at birth and was 20 and a half inches tall. Olivia's pa- ternal grand- parents are Elva and DAVlDSON Chuck David- son Sr. of Lewes and her maternal grandparents are Madeline and Jerry Rementer of Seaford. Her maternal great-grandpar- ents are Nina and Linden Re- menter of Seaford. Veterans Affairs hosts Memorial Day Service Secretary of State Edward J. Freel and members of the Com- mission of Veterans Affairs will hold a Memorial Day Service at 1:30 p.m., Friday, May 30, at Vet- erans Memorial Cemetery, 2465 Chesapeake Road (adjacent to Route 896 south), in Bear. Freel and members of the com- mission will remember and honor those who gave their lives serving. this country. Almarie Laird, whose late husband James is in- terred in the cemetery, will give remarks about surviving the loss of a loved one. Veterans and their families are invited to attend. The cemetery expansion pro- ject, which added 3,144 burial vaults, was recently completed. Part of Georgetown Library to be dosed to public The Georgetown Public Li- brary, citing the safety of its pa- trons, will close a portion of its West Pine Street Facility. A recent engineering study has determined that the 80-year old structure has faults from age, dry rot and old in- sect damage that limit the weight it can withstand. Although the li- brary will be open to individual patrons, all meetings, story times and summer reading programs, with the exception of one-on-one reading tutoring, have been can- celed until further notice. The li- brary' s board of directors is exam- ining options, including building a new facility or relocating to an- other site in the town. The library has begun a fund-raising cam- paign; checks may be made payable to the Georgetown Public Library Building Fund. Defensive Driving course schedule announced The Delaware Safety Council will offer its six-hour driving course on June 5 and 12, July 10 and 17; and August 7 and 14. The course is three hours long each day, meeting from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. The class meets at the State Highway Administration Building in Georgetown. Upon successful completion of the course, partici- pants will be eligible for a 10 per- cent reduction in the liability por- tion of their auto insurance, plus a three-point credit on their driving record. The fee is $27. Pre-regis- tration is necessary by calling (800) 342-2287. Southeastern Chapter of AARP to meet June 10 The Southeastern Sussex Area Chapter of AARP will hold its next meeting on Tuesday, June 10, at the BayCenter in Dewey Beach. The doors will open at 11 a.m. with lunch served at 12:15 p.m. The program will be pre- sented by Phung Luu, Volunteer Supervisor and Jay Baumgardner, Volunteer Down-State Coordina- tor from Tri-State Bird Rescue and Research, Inc. Call Eautha Bovard, 945-4707, Donna Lowe, 539-4448 or Nancy Rodenbaugh, 644-1054 by June 6. Rehoboth VFW and Auxiliary to hold Memorial Day service The Rehoboth VFW Post No. 7447, and its Ladies Auxiliary, will sponsor a memorial service on Friday, May 30 at 11 a.m. at the Rehoboth Bandstand. All are welcome to attend. "It feels so-o-o good to be out from under." Can MalCe It Hapl00n See the happy man in the hammock? It seems like only yesterday he had a stack of unpaid bills, a drawer full of loan books and a totally maxed-out credit card. Then he dis- covered the Debt-Rehever Loan -- and the picture says the rest. If you need a little debt relief yourself, we can show you how you can use the equity in your home to help pay off bills, high- interest credit card balances and outstanding loans -- leaving you with just one low-interest loan payment each month. Simply stop by anywhere you see our name or call us at 1-800-814-8386. Don't just dream about how great it would feel to get out from under. We're one of the strongest financial institutions in the country. Together, we can make it happen. O WILMINGTON TRUST THE STRENGTH TO MAKE THINGS HAPPEN TM DELAWARE: 56 convenient locations MARYLAND: Ocean City * Salisbury PENNSYLVANIA: Lionville * Media * West Chester * Westtown The Annual Percentage Rate (APR) applies to new Home Equity loans and reflects a 1/2% discount where payments are automatically deductedfrorn a Wilmington Trust deposit account. $2,500 minimum loan amount with terms up to 5 years. "11 Z I' For exarnple, the monthly pa/ment per $1,0OO borrowed for 60 months at 7.75% APR is $20.16. Offer may be modified at any time. @1996 Wilmington Trust Corporation. Affiliates in Delaware, Florida, Maryland and Pennsylvania. Member FDIC. [T"'en