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54 - CAPE G, Friday, May 23 - May 29, 1997 Sea Horse Restaurant remains a mainstay of Rehoboth Beach By Jen Ellingsworth Despite rumors to the contrary, the Sea Horse Restaurant is still the same thriving operation which has served the Cape Region for decades. Located at the corner of Re- hoboth Avenue and State Road, the restaurant is an historical fix- ture which has been operating since the 70s. Since it was declared bankrupt a few months ago, the staff say ru- mors have been circulating that the restaurant has either closed or will be closed, and that there'is new management. Sea Horse General Manager Jerry Bellistri said those specula- tions just aren't true. Bellistri, who has been em- ployed by the Sea Horse since he began as head chef in 1987, said there have been no major changes. "Consistency is what we're striving for," he said. "We haven't skipped a beat. The whole staff has done a great job." He said patrons can expect the same level of service and quality that the restaurant is known for. The Sea Horse will continue to specialize in fresh seafood dishes, and will continue to meet the needs of its customers by accom- modating large parties. In fact, he said many members of the staff have been at the Sea Horse for years. "We want to thank all our clien- tele who have come through here and have supported us," said Bel- listri. Currently, the chef is Jeff Bliler, who also began working at the Sea Horse with Bellistri in 1987. Rosemary Forbes, director of marketing and sales, said she's still very busy booking banquets and making sure that customers are completely satisfied. Now in its fourth year of operat- ing in the Sussex Room of the Sea Horse, the Baystar Productions, Inc. Dinner Theatre is featuring "Chapter II" until Friday, June 27. The show includes a buffet dinner, which begins at 6:30 p.m. Perfor- mances will be held on Thursdays and Fridays throughout June, and reservations are required. Forbes, who has been with the restaurant for three years, said the dinner theater performances have always been very well received at the Sea Horse. "It's a combination of our good food and their great entertain- ment," she said. The Sea Horse also showcases the work of local artists in its restaurant. Currently, the restau- rant is serving dinner at 4 p.m. Monday through Saturday, and from 2 p.m. on Sunday. Call 227- 7451 for information. Merrill Lynch offers free guide Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc. has released "How to Read a Financial Re- port," an educational guide that helps investors better identify important information, and interpret the sometimes complicated data - in a compa- ny's financial report. The guide presents and analyzes the financial statements of a fictional company featuring commonly used accounting practices. For a free copy, call (800) MERRILL, ext. 1745. "We Build Your Home As If It Were Our Own!" "To begin with," says Chuck, a Service Representative for the past 3-1/2 years, "Country Life Homes gives its customers a lot of house for the money. We all take pride in our work, as if the home we're building is our own. Chuck is one of the finest craftsmen in the industry. He comes to your home to make minor adjustments and corrections after it's constructed. He's been a builder all of his life, with 30 years of home and ship model-making as just a small portion Country Life Homes, has a wrltten warranty outlining what you, the customer, can expect as service to your new home after settlement." of his considerable experience. He says, "No other builder I know, except COUNTRY LIFE HOMES 1539 Hwy One IJwm, DE lg8 302.644.30 302.844.,1(X Fax Jen Ellingsworth photo The Sea Horse Restaurant in Rehobotb Beach is open daily for dinner. Shown in front of the restaurant (I-r) are Jerry Bellistri, general manager, Natasha Ellertson, server, and Rosemary Forbes, director of marketing and sales. PILOTTOWN PARK This immaculate home has 4 BR's, 2 on the first floor with whirlpool and separate shower in the master bath. Open living area and loft on second floor. It has a screened porch with open deck and a 2 car garage. Near beaches, shopping, schools and much more. $209,000. HENLOPEN GARDENS Two story Colonial with 4 BRs, a formal DR, large LR, eat-in kitchen, family room with fire- place, 1/2 basement, and a two car garage. Near schools, beaches, and the quaint shops of Lewes. Perfect for the growing family. $199,900. WATERFRONT IN SLAUGHTERBEACH This contemporary 2 story home has a spectacular view of the Delaware Bay and the Prime Hook Wild Life Refuge from its two balconies. The home offers 2,500 sq. ft. of comfortable living space. It includes hardwood floors, jacuzzi, central vac, a romantic master BR and many more amenities. $229,000. Newly furnished town- house overlooking the pool, plus tennis court, fishing pier, and close to the state park for ocean swimming. Great rental history and better pdce at $174,900. PORT LEWES