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26 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, September 27 - October 3, 1996 Friends donate to Rehoboth Hbrary campaign Priscilla Smith (left), president of the Friends of the Re- hoboth Beach Public Library, presents a check in the amount of $2,500 to Rachel Tarburton, assistant librarian, and Der- rick Lingo, who serves on the Rehoboth Library Board, to go toward the Capital Campaign to expand the library facilities during the Friends' fifth annual meeting on Sept. 21. Rehoboth Library begins "Women's Autobiography" series on Oct. 1 This fall, the Rehoboth Beach Public Library will be hosting a lecture discussion sponsored by the Delaware Library Association and partially funded by the Delaware Humanities Forum. This fall's series entitled "The Journey Inward: Women's Auto- biography" will begin Oct.1 and run through Dec. 3. The series will encompass many aspects of the journey as seen through the eyes of various au- thors from over 2000 years ago to present day. To help provide background and insights the discussions will be lead by five different profes- sors from area colleges. Local scholar, Lee Mussoff, will start off the series with Eudora Welty's "One Writer's Beginnings," fol- lowed by Thomas Flowers, anoth- er independent scholar, discussing "Letters of a Woman Homestead- er," by Elinor Pruitt Stewart. Su- san Fox of Wesley College and Betsy Nielson from Delaware State University will each take a turn in leading us in discussions of the various insights into the lives of Zora Neale Hurston in "Dust Tracks on a Road," and Isadora Duncan in "My Life." Frank O'Connor will end this year's se- ries with Margaret Mead's "Blackberry Winter." This promises to be an interest- ing series about the personal and professional lives of a diverse group of women, and journey be- tween the public perception and the private selves of these women. We hope to have many attendees Artist Richard Gombar opening reception set There will be a reception for the opening of artist Richard Gom- bar's exhibit at the Delaware Agricultural Museum in Dover on Saturday, Sept. 28 from noon until 4 p.m. Gombar's paintings feature landscapes and barns of Delaware and his work will be on display from Sept. 28 through Nov. 30. Museum admission is $5 for, adults, $3 for seniors, $2 for chil- dren 6-17 and free under 6. to keep the discussions lively. Meeting start at 7 p.m.on Tues- days and last about two hours. Books for the series are available at the library. Anyone with special needs who would like to comeshould contact Marge LaFond at 227-8044. Beebe Medical Foundation raffling tickets for trip to London A raffle for a trip to London, trip to London or the Thanksgiv- Foundation at 644-2900 or fax England is being sponsored by the ing Ball, call the Beebe Medical 644-2950. Beebe Medical Foundation. A $1,500 value, the trip includes four days, three nights, round trip airfare for two on British Airways, hotel accommodations, trans- portation from airport to hotel and return, Continental breakfast, tax- es and service charges. The trip to London is valid Nov. 3, 1996 through March 31, 1997, and Nov. 1 through Dec. 10, 1997. Arrangements have been made through Ocean Travel in Re- hoboth. Raffle tickets can be pur- chased each Wednesday and Thursday, beginning Sept. 25, in the first floor Sun Lobby at Beebe Medical Center. Tickets are $5 each, or $25 for a book of six. You must be 18 years or older to pur- chase a ticket. Proceeds from the raffle will benefit Beebe Medical Center. The drawing for the raffle will be held on Saturday, Nov. 2, at the Ninth Annual Thanksgiving Ball Dinner Dance and Silent Auction at the Baycenter in Dewey Beach. Raffle tickets may also be pur- chased at Ocean Travel, located on Highway One in Rehoboth. For more information about the VETERINARIAN HOUSE CALLS Vaccinations Exams Consultations for small animals only WILLIAM V. GALLERY, V.M.D. 945-5943 Play 24 new instant game with a Grand Prize drawing It's your license to about '!84,000. This "Dream Package" is valued at over $184,000! Plus, win instant cash prizes up to $24,000! Win other instant prizes from $4 to $2,400. Three different to play on You can win a chance to enter the Grand Prize drawing for a classic Delaware 24 plate $50,000 Win I