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Beebe School of Nursing seeks students for 1993-94 The Beebe School of Nursing in Lewes is seeking candidates to complete the student roster for the 1993-94 school year, according to Connie Bushey, R.N., director of the school. "Although the School had a waiting list of applicants for this school year, some of those seeking admission chose to apply at other schools rather than wait," Mrs. Bushey said. "As a result, we still have openings for two qualified candidates." Founded in 1921, the School of Nursing is the only hospital-based nursing school in Delaware. Its diploma program is approved by the Delaware Board of Nursing and is accredited by the National league for Nursing. Its curriculum focuses on strong clinical practice, application and nursing theory early in the first year. Individual attention is also focused on each student in theory, clinical experience and personal needs at the School. Admission to the School is open to all qualifiedcandidates who have graduated from an accredited CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, August 20 - August 26, 1993 - 17 SDALL offers African art course Alex and Rosemary Apostolino of Dover examine a carving during a class on the history of African art offered by the Southern Delaware Academy of Lifelong Learning. Located at the Virden Center in Lewes, the academy is the University's educational cooperative for students ages 50 and above. It offers classes that are both fun and informative through the University's Division of Continuing Education. For more information or to register for the wide assortment of classes being offered this fall, contact Ronee Moy at (302) 648-4111. Delaware Tech slates registration dates The 1993 fall semester at Delaware Technical and Community Col- lege will begin on Wednesday, August 25. Open registration for credit courses will be on Monday, August 23 from 9 a.m. to noon, 1-4 p.m., and 6-8 p.m. in the Office of the Registrar. Please note that effective in the 1993 fall semester, a $25 late registra- tion fee will be charged for registration forms processed after the close of open registration on August 23. For information about admissions or programs offered by Delaware Tech in Georgetown, call 856-5400. Lillie and Jenke Lingo (center) and friends listen to instruc- tor Deborah Kee (right) during a Kindermusik demonstration during the recent Lewes Garden Tour. Kindermusik program begins soon How often can you say ome- thing is fun and good foi, - ./ Discover the world of music with your young child in the Delaware Music School's Kinder- musik Program beginning this September. Classes are being offered at a variety of times and locations to accommodate busy schedules. Lewes, Milford and Dover classes are being scheduled now. This year, the music school has extended classes to include chil- dren 18 months through four years of age in the company of a parent or caregiver. Moms, dads, grandparents or babysitters are all welcome. And, all of the classes are open to children with special needs through a grant from the Delaware Foundation for Retarded Children. The Kindermusik curriculum provides an opportunity to intro- duce very young children to music through play, and offers a creative learning experience to share and continue at home. For more infor- mation, call 422-2043. The Jefferson School high school or high school equiva- has mooed to its new location at: lency certificate (GED) with a rec- 7 S. King St., Georgetown, DE ommended grade point average of 2.5 or greater. Other requirements and is offering include completion of certain high pre-kindergarten, kindergarten and first tirade. school courses such as math and science. Please call 856-3300 for more details. The school offers an Advanced Placement Program for the ll Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) or  tional nursing students with prior educa- credits. _  Those interested in applying for the 1993-94 school year should contact the School of Nursing at 645-3251 for more information.  Let's settle tt, ;rguinent right nou let skis kFFECT, a ve. means EFFECT, a noun. means to "influence" or'swayL "result" or "outcome'. Continued from page 10 EXAMPLES:Themovleaffectedher EXAMPLES:Theeffectofthemedicine state employees are off the clock. Fader recommended that the town commissioners adopt their own legislation prohibiting opera- tors from launching motorized water craft from a boat ramp at the end of Dagsworthy Street. D. Keith Monigle, who owns Coconuts Restaurant at the end of Dagsworthy Street, argued that closing the boat ramp would do nothing to alleviate the problem since operators would simply launch their jet skis from another ramp in Seabreeze. Monigle sug- gested that the town concentrate on educating operators of jet ski regulations through the use of clear signage. Major Rodney Harmic, chief of enforcement for the Division of Fish and Wildlife, explained that his department is short of man- power. "With the lack of man- power we have, we can't be every- where. We'll do the best we can." Come Learn With Us!! Get Off To a Good Start In School TUTORING - Supportive, enrichment, remedial CONSULTATION - EDUCATIONAL TESTING FALL WORKSHOPS PLANNED call for information Educalional Service, inc. OF fLrrHfRN DELAWARE 467 Highway One, Lewes, DE 19958 302-644-0375 choice of careers. The election returns did notaffe him. Good Engllsh can affect your futu re. was immediate. The effect of my hard workwas A RAISE. She had a curious effeon people. FINE FItlNTADVICIE  Occasionally "effect" iumps the fence and becomes a verb. Fix the present lesson solidly in mind to provide the brae for iudgernent. iiii0000i ..................... ....... 0000i00;i:Jiiiii!ii!{i!iif!iii00iiii00ii{!iW00N{iiiiiiii!iiiiii? Get out your pencil. Check the correct answers. Examples: Lee's music affected (X) effected ( ) everyone. She showed no affect ( ) effect 00 of her dlness. 1. The effect ( ) affect ( ) of the price-war was disastrous. 2. Opening up Route A-68 will not effect ( ) affect ( ) traffic. 3. Hal's effect ( ) affect ( ) on Jane was obvious. 4. Her hard work affected ( ) effected ( ) her grades. 5. Remember the effect ( ) affect ( ) of the '93 floods? Answers: 1 - effect; 2 - affect; 3 - effect; 4 - affected; 5 - effect [  How did you come out? See you next time! UPGRADE YOUR ENGLISH Your Job, Your Life Prepared by Ward Holm Tanzer Associates.