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90 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday,. May 2 - May 8, 2003 Seaford Historical Society to host Antiques Roadshow Now in its third year, the An- tiques Roadshow Fair sponsored by the Seaford Historical Society, will be held in a new setting in a new season. The Methodist Manor House has invited the So- ciety to hold this event, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Saturday,-May 17, in its Fellowship Hall. Admission is $5 per persan, which entitles visitors to brin two items for evaluation. Addi- tional items can be presented for $2 each. Twelve dealers from throughout the area, including Ray Gesanldo, Charles Shockley and Charles Dubsky, will be on hand to evalu- ate items brought in by the public. Ray Gesauldo has been a coin collector for 50 years and a dealer for 30of those years. He is the proprietor of First State Coin Co., located in west Dover in the Greentree Shopping Center. Gesauldo's establishment is the only full time and full service coin and currency shop in southern Delaware. He is an authorized Goebel (Hummel) dealer and has the largest stock in the state., in addi- tion to carrying one of the largest' sports card collections locally. For the roadshow, Gesauldo has" of- fered his expertise to evaluate. small quantifies of coins or cur- rency (a handful of coins will be considered a single item). He can also give guidance on Hummels and sports cards. Charles Shocldey of Salisbury, Md. has been playing and fdng musical instruments for 65 years. Even though he is retired, he still keeps his hand in music by tuning pianos. He has played trumpet for a number of Eastern Shore bands over the years and spent 30 years working with musical instruments in Alexander's Music Store in Salisbury. At the Antiques Roadshow, Shockley will evaluate musical band instruments primarily, al- though he does have some back- ground with guitars. The third featured dealer is Charles Dubsky of Milford. He Barbershop Continued from page 89 The chapter has grown from 35 to more than 60 members in the past year. At 7:30 p.m., Saturday, May 17, a Barbershop Jamboree will feature chorus and quartet win- ners, plus a previously ranked championship quartet. Tmkets for the Jamboree are $16. A special $25 ticket is available for those: who wish to attend all three events. Tickets can be purchased between 4 and 8 p.m., Friday, andl 9 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Saturday at the school. " For more information, call 645- 8992 or 302-735-8992. .Me, Now Open Thursday- Sunday i May 2-3 ! ! Featuring Wendy Lane Bailey G Rick Jensen: : Nightly " : Performing 2 Shows .: ..QQQ...eOeQQIe e qtoeeoeoeee o o e oloeee a-eooe lee" QeeeeeQeoQeeeeeQ Sunday Spring Special All Bottles of Wine 1/2 Price Fine Dining Since 1980 210 Second Street, Rehoboth Beach RESERVATIONS: 227-6494 has been a collector of military items since he was 11 and played with World War II souvenirs in Versailles, France. In the 39 years since then, he has collected hun- dreds of military medals, uni- forms, equipment, patches, in- signia and autographs of generals and admirals. He has some cere- monial swords and knives, but no firearms. He also collects "letters to home." These are letters written by mil- itary personnel in combat and can have historical value. One of his items is a set of 300 letters written home to Laurel. In addition to the military items, he has expertise in antique civilian airline memora- bilia. These include airline wings and insignia. As more and more air- lines pass into history, these items become popular with collectors. He deals with his collections in large Wade shows across the coun- try and in Europe. The other dealers' ext/ertise will be featured in later articles. They encompass many other facets of antiques such as furniture, dolls, jewelry, porcelains, banks, silver, glassware, toys, crockery, ceram- ics, lamps, enamels, old books and maps, post cards, Indian arti- facts, oil paintings and more. Several residents, of the Manor House will share the antiques in their apartments for viewing by those who have paid admission. For more information, call Connie Chapman at 629-8108. RAL to dedicate Children's Studio The Rehoboth Art league will dedicate its new Children's Studio at ,4:30 p.m., Friday, May 2, in Henlopen Acres. Rep. Pete Schwartzkopf, D-Rehoboth Beach, will be the guest of honor and students from the H.O, Brittinghn Elementary School Odyssey of the Mind team will do an art project. The original studio was not handicap accessible and had no heat so children's programs could not be operated during the winter months. The renovated studio is now ADA compliant and has a heat and air con- ditioning system', through generous donations from a number of donors. For more ihformation call 227-8408. 112 LUNCH ,,,.,,,,m,m,,,.,,m,.tm (d oq. o kmm ve - No Sdmame). PRICE .d....,gm.--a,m}  080 OOO ONLY 2 SUNDAYS LEFT TO ENJOY (until Autumn!) "Regular" Sunday Brunch 10- 2 on Sunday, May 4th Mother's Day HOLIDAY Brunch on Sunday, May l lth : 22 7-0615 Olive Ave. & the DE 19971 i i I