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36 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 9 - June 15, 2000 Submitted photo Milton Century Club raffles quilt The Milton Century Club raised $2,370 with the raffle of this handmade quil t . The winner of the quilt, Bonnie Thompson, left, receives her prize from club member and creator of the quilt, Nancy Reeves. The Century Club will use the money in their scholarship program and other charitable and civic projects throughout the year. The presentation takes place in the Milton Public Library; after the planned library expansion, the club will use some of the raf- fle money to make a purchase of a permanent useful item. Mispillion Kennel Club to hold AKC aft-breed clog m:itch on Jun.q00 25 The Mispillion Kennel Club Inc., a member of the American Kennel Club, will hold an AKC sanctioned all-breed conformation and obedience match on Sunday, June 25, outdoors, rain or shine, at the Slaughter Beach Fire Compa- ny grounds, Slaughter Beach. A match show is to show dogs and their exhibitors what spring training is to baseball players - a chance to practice and warm up for the real thing. Many of the dogs entered are puppies just starting their show and obedience careers, some are older dogs who need a bit of pol- ish before going to the big time. Judges, all AKC-approved, will come from Delaware, Maryland and New Jersey to participate. Obedience judging begins at 9 a.m.; junior showmanship, for young people interested in han- dling dogs, is at 10:30 a.m.; and the regular conformation classes at 11 a.m. Concessionaires will also be on hand to sell all types of dog-relat- ed items. The ladies auxiliary will pro- vide food. Admission to the show is free. For more information about the match show or the Mispillion Kennel Club, call Sonia and Don Evans at 422-0313 or Barbara and Joe Campbell at 422-6971. Lewes surgeon Saliba to receive Sussex Boy Scout Citizen Award Sussex County surgeon Dr. Anis Saliba was selected to be this year's recipient of the Distin- guished Citizen Award by the Sussex County District, Delmar- va Council of the Boy Scouts of America. The Distinguished Citizen Award dinner will be held Thurs- day evening, June 22, at the Re- hoboth Beach Country Club. The ticket price is $100. Proceeds benefit the 2,300 Scouts in Sus- sex County who are members of 42 Cub Scout packs, Boy Scout troops and Explorer posts. The Boy Scouts hold the dinner annually to honor an indi- vidual for life- long service to Sussex County, but not necessari- ly to scouting. Previous hon- orees have in- SALIBA cluded Don- ald J. Lynch, Eugene Bookham- mer, Charles H. Mitchell, Dr. James Beebe, Elbert N. Carvel, Richard S. Cordrey, Robert W. Tunnell, A. Wayne Burton, J. Frank Gordy Sr. and Marian Stu- art. Saliba is being honored for his 33 years of medical service to Sussex County. He came to Lewes in 1967, following com- pletion of residencies in general surgery in New York and thoracic and cardiovascular surgery in Cleveland. Saliba is board certi- fied in general surgery, thoracic and cardiovascular surgery and surgical critical care. He joined the staff at Beebe Medical Center in 1967. He ini- tially began his surgery practice as part of the former Beebe Clin- ic, and today remains in the active practice of surgery. For many years, Saliba served as medical director for the town of Lewes. He also provided a sur- gical clinic for patients at Stock- ley Center. It is his charitable nature that has endeared Saliba to his pa- tients, said the award committee. He often donated medical care to those who could not afford it and Continued on page 37 r' "''A Simple Philosophy A Unique, Comfortable Clothing Boutique 90 DAYS SAME AS Symbol' Comfort Rest 5 year warranty Twin Set $149 Full Set $189 Queen Set $219 Restonic' Chit,tonic Firm or Plllowtop 10 year N.P.R. Twin Set $339 Full Set $419 Queen Set $469 King Set $619 Symbol' Posture lO year warranty Twin Set $189 Full Set . $229 Queen Set $279 Symbol' Moonlight 15 year warranty Twin Set $219 Full Set $279 Queen Set $339 King Set $499 Restonic' Sanibel Rrm or Plllowtop 15 year N.P.R. Twin Set $369 Full Set $439 Queen Set $499 King Set $689 Symbol' Karen X 20 year wananty Twin Set $319 Full Set $359 Queen Set $419 King Set $599 Restonic* Chalet Plush 15 year N.P.R. Full Set $469 Queen Set $589 King Set $809 ' Restonic' I Radiance u Firm 15 year N.P.R. Full Set $,559 Queen Set $669 King Set $889 Why Pay More? Restonic' Esteem Plush 15 year N.P.R. Full Set $659 Queen Set $759 King Set $989 Restonic' Distinction Firm 20 year N.P.R. Full Set $749 Queen Set $849 King Set $10F, web..rter fumnture