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.30 C, APE GAZETTE, Friday, Deeembel,2&,h, 1988 Lord Baltimore Lions donate to Chemobyl, sell citrus fruit At the Nov. 5 meeting of the Lord Baltimore Lions Club, Lion Bill Evans spoke about the tragedy that happened to the Chernobyl children in 1986. A group, Chernobyl Hope, was formed to provide medical assistance, gifts during the Christmas season and to bring some of the children to the United States during the summer. Money, gifts and host families are need- ed for 1998. Shown above, in the picture are (l-r) Lions James Moley, Bob Bishop, president Keh Crooks and Bill Evans. The Lord Baltimore Lions Club is conducting its annual citrus fruit sale during the months of November to March 1998. The Kmart shopping center has permitted the Lions to distribute the fruit in the parking lot. Shown in the photo below are (l-r) Lions Bill Evans, Charles Bemis and Mitchell King. For more information about the fruit sale call 539-1376. Proceeds from the sale will be used to support community activities and charity projects. Historic preservation conference scheduled for March On Friday, March 27, Preserva- tion Delaware will host the third annual statewide historical preser- vation conference, "From Marsh to Market Street," at the Historical Society of Delaware at 5th and Market streets, in Wilmington. Cosponsors of the conference in- clude the Division of Historical and Cultural Affairs, the National Trust for Historic Preservation, the City of Wilmington, and the University of Delaware's Center for Historic Architecture and De- sign. The keynote speaker will be Ed McMahon, director of the American Greenways Program at The Conservation Fund, and a co- founder and past president of Scenic America. McMahon is also an advisor to the National Trust for Historic Preservation. The program fee is $45 for nonmem- bers and $40 for members of Preservation Delaware, and in- cludes all sessions, materials and lunch. For more information, call 302-651-9617. The Senso TM is 100% Digital and Completely Automatic DIGITAl HEARING ALl  rrtrrm a rrr-' HEARING AID ASSOCIATES Millsboro - 934-1471 Hours: Monday- Friday 9-5 p.m., Evenings available by appointment. 2 miles N. of . 24 on Fit. 30 6 miles S. of RI. 9 on Rt. 30 NEW KITCHENS Quality Design & Installation For Kitchens & Baths 25 YEARS EXPERIENCE FINANCING AVAILABLE 644-9006 RT24JUSTOFFRT 1 AT FAMILY DOLLAR MALL ORTHOPAEDIC ASSOCIATES OF SOUTHERN DELAWARE, P.A. We've moved to a new main office just off Savannah Road behind Roadster's Restaurant. (You cannot miss our "blue roof") John E. Spleker, M.D. and Wllson C. Cho, M.D Specializing In OrOtop.dlcs and William A. Thomas, Jr., I.D. Specializing In NTcurology Please Stop By To See Us! 644-3311 Our Milford office is still open 422-5242 SAVE O% MEN'S, LADIES' & CHILDREN'S SHOES FIR QUAHTY FOOTWEAR AT A DISCOUNT Featuring: Sebago Docksides Keds Trotters Sperry Top-Sider Tretorn Etonic New Balance Clarks of England " Wigwam Reebok o Rockport Grasshoppers Best selection from over 15,000 pairs in stock. Men's sizes: N 9-14. M 6 1/2-15, W 6 i/2-14. WW 8-14, Women's sizes: N 6-10, M 5-11, W6-I0 Children's 10-3 and Boy's sizes 3 1/2-6 LOCATIONS Route 1. Ames Plaza, Rehoboth Beach, DE 302-227-5828 Route 1 at West Virginia Ave. (4 streets north of MD line on ocean side) Fenwick Island, DE 302-539-4599 Subscribe to the Cape Gazette Call 645-7700