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44 - CAPE GAZET]FE, Friday, October 31 - November 6, 1997 National Family Literacy Day book drive slated Nov. 1-6 In honor of National Family Lit- eracy Day on Saturday, Nov. 1, the Organization of Adult Alumni & Students in Service - Delaware (OAASIS), the Interagency Coun- cil on Adult Literacy (ICAL) and the Department of Education will sponsor a statewide book drive showcasing the importance of family literacy programs and community partnerships. The book drive is designed to increase the libraries of the Fami- ly Literacy Programs, such as Even Start and Head Start. Book donations will be accept- ed from Nov. 1 to Nov. 6 at the six James H. Grove sites, William Penn High School, the Depart- ment of Education, Sam's Club, Borders book stores, Latin Ameri- can Community Center, Even Start centers, Wilmington Public Library, Newark Public Library Wilmington and the Dover, Milford and Seaford Public Libraries. Any books collected that are not suitable for children will be sold and the money used for an OAA- SIS scholarship fund. In addition to the book drive, on Tuesday, Nov. 4, Lt. Gov. Ruth Ann Minner will read to the chil- dren and their families who attend the Even Start program at the College announces dean's list Welch of Harbeson; Cheryl M. Curtis, William D. Harron, Carrie K. Smith, Sharon S. Dolgas, Lisa Michaels, Linda L. Walls, Patricia A. Friend and Katherine A. Ro- tach, all of Lewes; Melissa R. Banks-Sockriter, Jessica M. Clarke, Carol A. Craddock, Lori B. Dalton, John M. Haldeman, Celine M. James, Heather L. Jones, Tracy L. Marvel, Joyce C. Also, the university's men's hockey team will play two games during the weekend. On Friday, Nov. 7, at 8 p.m., UD takes on Arizona State and on Saturday at 7 p.m. the team plays Lehigh. For more information or to reg- ister for Parents Day events, call 302-831-2341. Family computer class set at Del Tech Nov. 15 Explore the world of computers with your child or grandchild in the Family Computing class on Saturday, Nov. 15, at Delaware Technical & Community College, Owens Campus, Georgetown. The course will cover hardware and software basics, online ser- vices, and tips on using "Mi- crosoft Works" and "Creative Writer" software. The class meets from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. The , fee is $40. One child per adult may attend free of charge. For more information, call 856- 5400, Ext. 226. Pennsylvania school retirees form chapter At a September luncheon meet- ing held at the Mill Pond Restau- rant in Millsboro, the first Delaware chapter of the Pennsyl- vania Association of School Re- tirees (PASR) was formed. A representative from the Penn- sylvania office discussed the im- portance of local chapters, mem- bership and possible activities. This first meeting was well at- tended and officers were elected. The next luncheon meeting will be held at the Mill Pond Restau- rant on Wednesday, Nov. 12, at noon. All Pennsylvania school re- tirees, including administrators, teachers and support staff, are urged to attend. For more information, call the new president Leon Calabrese at 539-1776. Wilmington College has an- nounced the names of its students who qualified for the 1996-97 dean's list. The list is based on students who are enrolled in at least 12 credit hours per semester, or part-time students combining two semesters, totaling 12 credit hours with a grade point average of 3.5 or higher. Local students include Polly E. DMS receives foundation funds The Delaware Music School has announced the receipt of $3,800 from the Welfare Foundation. The funds will be used to purchase needed office equipment for the school's Milford and Dover branches. The Welfare Foundation has been a iongtime supporter of the many programs offered by the Delaware Music School, which offers private and group lessons and classes at five branches in Dover, Milford, Lewes, Millsboro and Seaford. The Delaware Music School is supported in part by a grant from the Delaware Division of the Arts. UD celebrates Parents Day on Nov. 8 Parents and friends of Universi- ty of Delaware students are invit- ed to participate in a full day of activities on campus during Par- ents Day on Saturday, Nov. 8. Saturday morning activities, of- fered free, will all be held in the Trabant University Center, Main Street and South College Avenue, Newark. A welcome reception will begin at 9 a.m. in Dougherty Lounge. Deans and administrators will be on hand to meet with families and answer questions. Parents are invited to lunch at the Delaware Field House from l 1 a.m. to 1 p.m. The cost is $8.25 for adults and $4.25 for children under age seven; advance registra- tion is required. All are invited to the Blue Hens football game against the Con- necticut Huskies at 1 p.m. The game will be followed by dinner from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Trabant University Center. Advance tick- ets are required. May, Robin L. Moore, Susan P. Mumford, Brian G. Peters, Jill K. Smith, Bridgette M. Wroten and Michelle R. Hudson, all of Mills- boro; Bryan C. Derrickson, Olivia K. Derrickson, Thomas M. Dwyer, Russell D. Holleger, Wayne G. Keller, Michelle A. Rit- zler, Julie D. Yakinowicz and Pe- te G. Yocum, all of Milton; Rose M. Imhof, Carol T. Schwartzkopf, Peter C. Schwartzkopf, Ed V. Morris Early Childhood Center in Lincoln. Family literacy programs brings parents and children to- gether in the classroom to learn and support each other in their ef- forts to further their education and to improve their life skills. Essential messages about the importance of education are passed on to their children. LEWES OFFICE MACHINES, INC, We repair and sell new and used office equipment. Typewriters. Fax Machines. Calculators. Time Clocks Transcribers. Sanyo Cash Registers. Personal Copiers Checkwriters Paper Shredders fi Cassette Recorders FREE PICKUP  DELIVERY Service Contracts Available Atkins, Mary Ann S. Adkins, Alexander L. Shreeve and Stravoula Tsoukalas, all of Re- hoboth Beach. 60 Clay Road, Lewes, Delaware 645-0579 I Rehoboth Bay Community Our community is located from Route 1, west on Old Landing Road (Route 274). Travel 2.6 miles to Rehoboth Bay Community on the left after Old Land- ing Golf Course. - SALE OFFICE HOURS - Mon. - Sat. 9 a.m.- 5 p.m. Sun. 10.4 p.m. PREVIOUSLY O W?qED HOMES - LEASED GROUND RENT INCLUDES TRASH PICK-UP AND WATER. - A- 26 1971 RITZCRAFT 12X65 2 bedrooms, 2 baths. Oil heat and gas cooking. Central air. 12x20 enclosed porch. 6x6 shed. Purchase price of $30,000. B - 17 1965 ROYCRAFT 55X10 2 bedrooms, 1 bath. Gas cooking and microwave. Decks front and back. Win- dow A/C. Large add on room. Fur- nished. Purchase price of $18,500. B - 32 1972 RITZCRAFT 12X60 3 bedrooms, 1 bath. Large addition and screened porch. Gas heat and cooking. Furnished. Purchase price of $28,900. E - 47 1978 SCHULT 14X70 3 bedrooms, 2 baths. Within walking dis- tance to marina. Swimming pool and tennis courts. W/D and window A/C. Needs some TLC. Unfurnished. Purchase price of $18,000. F - 17 1980 MARSHFIELD 14X60 2 bedrooms, 1 bath. Gas heat and cook- ing. C/A, W/D, 8x10 shed. Furnished. Purchase price of $39,900. F - 38 1983 MARSHFIELD 14X70 3 bedrooms, 1 1/2 baths. C/A, W/D. Furnished. Great Attached deck and an 8x10 shed. Price reduced to $30,900. F - 51 1980 MARSHFIELD 3 bedrooms, 2 baths. A/C, W/D, 10x20 deck. 12x16 shed. Partially furnished. Sit- uated on a large corner lot. Purchase price of $39,900. G - 25 1987 SKYLINE 14X70 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, gas heat and cook- ing. C/A, W/D. Large screened porch. Partially furnished. Shows like a new model. Shed. Purchase price of $33,000. M - 2 1982 WESTGATE 14X70 2 bedrooms, 2 baths. W/D, A/C. Log burning fireplace never used. 12x14 deck. Purchase price of $29,900. 302-227-3745 800-345-7264 A Hudson Family Community I I II II I IIIII I III