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RBFS Art House Theater resumes Sept. 8 The Rehoboth Beach Film Society's Art House Theater will resume operation Friday, Sept. 8, with the film, "An Inconvenient Truth." Director Davis Guggenheim eloquently weaves the science of global warming with Mr. Gore's personal history and lifelong commitment to reversing the effects of global climate change. A longtime advocate for the envi- ronment, Gore presents a wide array of facts and information in a thoughtful and compelling way. "AI Gore strips his presenta- tions of politics, laying out the facts for the audience to draw their own conclusions in a charm- ing, funny and engaging style, and by the end has everyone on the edge of their seats, gripped by his haunting message," said Guggenheim. "An Inconvenient Truth" is not a story of despair but rather a rallying cry to protect the one earth we all share. All card-carrying film society members are eligible for the sen- ior admission rate to screenings for this film on Friday, Sept. 8. For screening times, call the Movies at Midway, 645-0200 or visit the box office. "An Inconvenient Truth" will play until Thursday, Sept. 21. The film "Quinceanera" will be at the Art House Theater from Sept. 22--Oct. 5. Art House Theater, No. 14 in the Movies at Midway complex, features independent films pro- grammed by the Rehoboth Beach Film Society. For more informa- tion about the films, visit Obituaries Continued from page 16 Funeral Home, Millsboro, with burial in Prince Georges Cemetery, Dagsboro. Contributions are suggested to Bethel United Methodist Church PO box 147 Dagsboro, DE 19939. Arrangements by Watson Funeral Home, Millsboro. Belbert W. Simpson Sr., carpenter, mechanic Delbert Wilson Simpson Sr., 68, of Dover, died Wednesday, Aug. 30, 2006, in his home sur- rounded by his family. Mr. Simpson was born May 18, 1938, in Dover, son of the late W.B. Simpson and Mary (Wilson) Simpson. He was a graduate of Caesar Rodney High School, class of 1956. Mr. Simpson served in the Delaware National Guard. He spent his working career as a carpenter/mechanic in the Delaware area. Mr. Simpson enjoyed his retirement - fishing, woodworking, and collecting and shooting firearms. He loved to be with family and taught his chil- dren and family the use of firearms and target shooting. He was gifted with the art of conver- sation and loved visits from fami- ly and friends to share stories and advice. His greatest joys and accom- plishments were his children and grandchildren. He is survived by a son, Del Simpson Jr. of Wyoming; a daughter, Laura Anne Simpson and her fiancr, John M. Stevens of Hardy; his companion, Jean Gunnells of Dover; two sisters, Jane Bethard and her husband, Ken, and Mary Ann Teller, all of Camden; a brother, George Simpson of Rehoboth Beach; two grandchil- dren, Del Simpson III and Brittany Simpson of Hopwood, Pa.; a cousin Joseph Simpson; and several nieces and nephews and an extended family of friends. Services were held in the Pippin Funeral Home, 119 W. Camden-Wyoming Ave., Wyoming, with burial private. Instead of flowers, the family suggests memorial contributions to Delaware Hospice, 911 S. DuPont Highway, Dover, DE 19901; or The National Rifle Association Foundation, 11250 Waples Mill Road, Fairfax, VA 22030. Local Tomatoes Squash Cucumbers Corn Potatoes Beans Watermelons Seedless & Mulch Coming September Watch for details Call 684-8844 or 745-8428 Harbeson, DE South on Route 5, 1/4 mile on left, past the railroad tracks. Rt. 5 Harbeson - I Light I O Lawson's L s rroauce CAPE GAZETIIg - Tuesday, September 5- Thursday, September 7,201;-17 10th Annual Delaware Coast Antiques Show & Sate Rehoboth Beach Convention Center Rehoboth Beach, Delaware CAPE HENLOPEN LIGHTHOUSE 229 Rehoboth Avenue 1765 - 1926 SEPTEMBER 8, 9, & 10, 2006 FRIDAY 10 A.M. TO 6 P.M * SATURDAY 10 A.M. TO 6 P.M. SUNDAY 10 A.M. TO 5 P.M. 35 Selected Exhibitors featuring 18th & 19th Century American, English, Primitive, and Period Furniture & Accessories  ,. Fine Early China and Glassware Early Kitchen & Fireplace Accessories  Oriental Rugs Chinese Export Porcelain Fine Antique Jewelry A COLLECTOR AND DEALER SHOW AIR CONDITIONED GOOD FOOD PARKING AVAILABLE NO SMOKING IN BUILDING General Admission $6.00 Each Admission with ad $5.00 Managed by: MELVIN L. ARION P.O. Box 119 Laurel, DE 19956-0119 (302) 875-5326 Show Phones: (302) 226-5456 (302) 542-3286 ZAGAT RATED Also visit us at our Lanham, ME) location - "One of the top 100 restaurants in the Metro D.C. area." Washingtonian Magazine '04 o e Cr NOW OPEN DALLY AT 11:00 108 Second St., Lewes 645-6611