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28 enedPE-GAZIgTq[, Friday; tlem.'r'dan:-31",2002 Emotions Swelled to the surface when the sacrifices - including children's allowances - of Sept. 11 were remembered by Lewes Fire Department Presi- dent Lou Rickards. Members of the Zarif family - who made a heartfelt con- tribution - are shown here with Rickards, right, who holds up a snow globe depicting firemen at Ground Zero in New York City. Shown are (l-r) Sloan Zarif, Alec Zarif, Dr. Alae Zarif, Kyle Zarif, Kimberly Zarif'and Taylor Zarif. Lewes Continued from page 27 Lifetime Achievement Award: Lou Fisher, a member for more than 50 years, received this award. "In 1958, Lewes had the first trac- tor trailer tanker truck in Delaware," said Rickards. "Lou was the best driver that ever sat behind the wheel of that truck. He could back her into the middle bay at 38 miles per hour. It would take me three days to do that." Lou, ever-gracious, said he wished he could have been more active in recent years. "Mr. Rickards, I appreciate every bit of it," he said. Life Memberships, given to those with more than 20 years of service: Earl Schott and C.T. Melson. Sussex County Heroic Firemen Awards: Selected and presented by Sussex County Firemen's Association. This year's recipients were Gordon Davis, Wally Evans, Steve Jones and Steve Evans. "A resident, on Lewes Beach saw a neighbor place an exhaust hose from an automobile into a home and real- ized a suicide attempt was under- Members of the Lewes Fire Department ambulance squad honored at the 2001 ceremony are (l-r) Frank Shade, chief; Charlene Friday, Bill Stevenson, Katie Melson, Lisa McDonald, Wally Evans, Eric Reifsnyder, Tabitha Funkhouser, Steve Evans,. Dawn Musgrove, Jeff Williams, Bill Musgrove, Chubby Joseph, Eric Lachman, Derrick Bunting, Gordon Davis, Lou Rickards, Bill Henry Buckaloo, Caddie Joseph, Mike Blankenship, Steve Jones, Charlie Arnold and J.D. McCelhenny. Fire Policeman of the Year: Two awards were given out this year to men who spend all hours of the day and night providing traffic protection for emergency calls. Recipients are Howard Adkins and Ralton Dennis. o" Fire Department Lawyer of the Year: Ned Maull, and his father H. Edward before him, way," said Rickards. "Four of our members were working in the area at the'time. Alerted to what was going on, they entered the house without breathing apparatus and with no concern for their own safety. As a result of their efforts, a person is alive who would not have been. Guys, you done us proud and we appreciate it." RESUMES Starting at $39.95 Call (302) 226-1971 have provided continuous legal service to Lewes Volunteer Fire Department for the past 50 years. "The next bill we receive from his firm will be the first one we have received in 50 years," said Rickards as he expressed his appreciation to Ned. Maull noted that LVFD and Rehoboth Fire Continued on page 29 MULTI CONSIGNOR & ESTATE SALE including LIQUIDATION OF LOCAL ART & ANTIQUE SHOP ANT. FURNITURE, COINS, ESTATE JEWELRY, :% GLASSWARE, CLASSIC CARS, CHINA, i:/' COLLECTIBLES, GUNS, SILVER, AND MORE SALE HELD AT THE CORNER OF STATE ROAD AND REHOBOTH AVENUE AT THE OLD SEAHORSE RESTAURANT AMONG THE ifUNDREDS OF ffrS TO BE OFFERED  bbm mU aa.  mmhpt ` tt uir. um pun tt   n t .        .       . m .. . pedestal base Empk gametdde, Scoffiah oion  ulmon ishtnO m,,y Ndy Speniah 52 gun ship of h  1895, trend palnlocltoll ny. Odental aolln glt dtay, Engll Im & Iron log holder, 6 teaefm Oelawlm    J. ,  V    . oion caroms bmdaca, Euman nmd landscape wffums, mmcape rockyoomeine, d kle btyoun9 boy,lt,y ormm mr. tk   w. ,  w , 4   wl  , 2 .     Ilower lmd w/3 dfawe, ant. Iv/lacqu rld desi0n comole e, 26 x 36 wooden 1" bey. mirror faux ali0ato  x    c.18    H,   je  &             IMYGS: 10x 19 Kennan rug.12' x sr Chkle Victorian iloraJ needle point, 4.0x 2.9 Shiraz  4.7 x3.3 SNntz Irlm, 10.4 x 5.8 I-ktriz/ran, 9.10x3 Hwnltdan Iron, 9.2 x2.714amadan Irart, 10.2x3 Hamltdan kin, 5.1 x 7.0 Karac Pakistan, 1  .8 x 9.10 BakWar Iran09 x 12.3 PersOn dmlg , JEWEU. 8 bbtck Tahim pew1 neddace, 18k upNm diamond rk, 16k Budentf wMch wg, izard strap, 18k diamond bracek, 1    , 1  y.g.  , 1  y.   , 1 w.g.   , 1  w.g. d , pedestal ba puoOh bow( w, copp sauce pan, Reed & Barton $. S.w/2 handles, 3 idlvw plaso candle hok 2 copp  ,       ,    ,, , .     ,   book, scarf clips, )g. &sm Penguin  Muns tu=edos, pc Mab'w bird ictums, chickon foeder, 16 p. case adveing   m.  . 2   , .  ,    ,  .   , i ,  oak stand, spaco ship bc4tle, tap, old red gra bin. ko C.acman stoo  batlle pdnt 1864, llmm tableclo, tablecloth  , c  7  ,  ,   m,    &  1  .   oak ul & cralts atand, plne cud, 2 stsKalg oyst caP4, 2 wints 1 on canvas, iWg of woman ,  ,  d w/ ,  ,  ,   .    ,  & 4   ,   2  . 2  Doly %/'. 16" hd', 14" pink d dol, lr blue night luil dol, 12" t 2 Chrbtm Cat0k, 11" poo01atn moJe doll. 1   ,  N   H  . . 1      . 1  ,  , .  length mink coat, Beamlntw  ironstone plattw, hay ghms llsh pMt, okl  MRr, bag gham madoMs, mt oak bldance  w    1    1 , T    1 W.    1 m, haMm. m119(D LIncoln pennl clm., paRlal ml 196S & 19S Linn pennkm undrc., 5 & 10 dollar bill sve   .   . 1 & 1 . m  m  w , 1.S 5    m q, 1  i 0 pc.indud 5 pc. quatm idus penny, nk:k, dllms,haR, &dolLar. d. ed.Att/at olkctoYsbanlmot udes 97   . 18   1  , t n    - 5   . 1    , . . ed. 1975 Mgned Marn H. RubenltMn colecls "The Fklt , lid. ed. 1976 Mgnod Mae H. Rulbeneln Coleclo   , l  1     . 1, 19n    T  p   , . . Babe Rulh 24k gold baNbd cal, 19@1 SIk-nmy So Chicago White Sox basoba card. ltd. ed. Nt o 2    & p      &          &  1, 4  : 17 - Hav 22 cal. semi-auto, B 16 ga. double barrel Hamm gun. 7 pc. lead sold" Union I by Brltalns , . .      2,  W.W.! hnd Iated 21 pc. set tud holay fus, and much, muchdpom SA JAN 26th 00o:ooA., ATTHEOLD SEAHORSE RESTAURAN] CORNER OF STATE RD. RAIN OR SHINE & REHOBOTH AVE. AUCTIONEER'S NOTE:  ge  great art arx:l antique furniture from a well known shop in Rehoboth Beach along with over 1 dozen consignments from all over Delman/a. a very nice selection, including a rare P.lph Brodhenl Corner Cupboard. We Will Fill The Building To Capacity (302) 227-1433 Day (302) 227-3946 Fax - (302) 227-2714 Night ASSOCIATES "We Bring Buyer & Seller Together" TE][I[S: Cash or personal check with 2 I.D.'s on day of sale. ,All items sold as is whre is. with removal the day of sale. A 7% buyers premium on aN sales. 2 AUCTIONEERS  ......... i ! 192 Cadlhc Allante 1988 Mercedes Bcaz 250C Classi oup in dark The last handmade Cadillac Benz 7.60J plum maroon wi spomcar. Excellont 4 doo dM. black Memedes Beaz condition foe this nine Italian Loaded with all rex ulole. Only 68K bodied lai Callac. Jet Met'edes Beaz featm', miles. Te last of th $ black exterior with light Orient red cxtemiof with puseaSe lassic shale llir. A Coll'bl parchmeat upholstery, Mereedes ] modl 2  ouvectlble Cadil hie. Oaly 62K miles. Superb oaditi0L REFRESHMENTS & SEATING