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Marker honoring Oov. Joseph maull to be unveiled Oct. 16 in Milton It's Governor's Day on Saturday, Oct. 16, when Milton will honor five hometown men who served as governor and commemorate the life achievements of Gov. Joseph Maull. Gov. Ruth Ann Minner is expected to be on hand for the dedication of a state historical marker honoring Maull. An annual tradition revived two years ago, Milton's Governor's Day celebrates the rich history of the town and the public service of CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Oct. 15 - Oct. 18, 2004 - 69 five Miltonians who have held the office of Goshen Hall, 116 Federal Street. Light re- governor - four of Delaware and one of Wyoming. An unveiling ceremony for the marker is at 2 p.m. at the riverside Govemor's Walk adja- cent to the Mulberry Street Caf6. Public parking will be available nearby at the municipal parking lot on Union Street. Fol- lowing the ceremony, the Milton Historical Society will host a reception until 3:30 p.m. at freshments will be served. The property where Goshen Hall stands to- day was owned by Gov. Maull for many years, once serving as his orchard. Born in Lewes in 1791, Maull was a physi- cian who cared for the residents of Milton and the surrounding countryside for more than 40 years. Gov. Maull is buried in St. Peter's Epis- copal Church Cemetery in Lewes. RON JUST WANTED To RUN. Ron, 67, didn't know he was having surgery at the best hospital for joint replacement in Delaware. He just knew he wanted to keep logging 50 miles a week-and winning races on weekends. He's won more than 1;z races in his age group since his hip replacement at Beebe Medical Center in 2001. His competitors hope he won't be back to Beebe anytime soon. BEEBE MEDICAL CENTER IS RANKED # 1 IN DELAWARE FOR TOTAL KNEE AND HIP REPLACEMENT SURGERY BY *eH EALTH G RADES" THE HEALTHCARE QUALITY EXPBRTS" For more information, call 302-645-3468 or visit us online at www.beebemed.org or www. healthg rades, com. Ron Baunchalk, 67, of Fenwick Island 200500 7"bt K. Beebe Medical Center LEWES, DELAWARE www.beebemed.org 77IFIV,I[ T I''T'] II F"'IIIIIIIIImIIIIIIIIN|IO ' ! 1 i'111- |WIV Marker honoring Oov. Joseph maull to be unveiled Oct. 16 in Milton It's Governor's Day on Saturday, Oct. 16, when Milton will honor five hometown men who served as governor and commemorate the life achievements of Gov. Joseph Maull. Gov. Ruth Ann Minner is expected to be on hand for the dedication of a state historical marker honoring Maull. An annual tradition revived two years ago, Milton's Governor's Day celebrates the rich history of the town and the public service of CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Oct. 15 - Oct. 18, 2004 - 69 five Miltonians who have held the office of Goshen Hall, 116 Federal Street. Light re- governor - four of Delaware and one of Wyoming. An unveiling ceremony for the marker is at 2 p.m. at the riverside Govemor's Walk adja- cent to the Mulberry Street Caf6. Public parking will be available nearby at the municipal parking lot on Union Street. Fol- lowing the ceremony, the Milton Historical Society will host a reception until 3:30 p.m. at freshments will be served. The property where Goshen Hall stands to- day was owned by Gov. Maull for many years, once serving as his orchard. Born in Lewes in 1791, Maull was a physi- cian who cared for the residents of Milton and the surrounding countryside for more than 40 years. Gov. Maull is buried in St. Peter's Epis- copal Church Cemetery in Lewes. RON JUST WANTED To RUN. Ron, 67, didn't know he was having surgery at the best hospital for joint replacement in Delaware. He just knew he wanted to keep logging 50 miles a week-and winning races on weekends. He's won more than 1;z races in his age group since his hip replacement at Beebe Medical Center in 2001. His competitors hope he won't be back to Beebe anytime soon. BEEBE MEDICAL CENTER IS RANKED # 1 IN DELAWARE FOR TOTAL KNEE AND HIP REPLACEMENT SURGERY BY *eH EALTH G RADES" THE HEALTHCARE QUALITY EXPBRTS" For more information, call 302-645-3468 or visit us online at www.beebemed.org or www. healthg rades, com. Ron Baunchalk, 67, of Fenwick Island 200500 7"bt K. Beebe Medical Center LEWES, DELAWARE www.beebemed.org 77IFIV,I[ T I''T'] II F"'IIIIIIIIImIIIIIIIIN|IO ' ! 1 i'111- |WIV