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=1 52 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 13- June 19, 200.3 54t] L annual All on tap July 31 1:0 Aug 2 The 54th annual All Saints' An- tique Show will present 32 fine antiques dealers at the Rehoboth Beach Convention Center. The festive preview party will be held from 6 to 8 p.m., Wednesday, July 30, and the daily show will be held from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Thursday, July 31, and Friday, Aug. 1. The Sunday, Aug. 2, show is from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The Preview Party admission cost is $25 and includes a deli- cious array of food from leading restaurants. The admission cost for the daily antiques show is $5 and is good for all three days of the show. Proceeds from the Pre- view Party and the Antiques Show fund the James E. Manion Fund which helps support several chil- dren's ministries. All dealers are selected for their quality and the authenticity of their articles for sale. They bring an array of American and foreign antiques which include boxes, bottles, furniture, jewelry, silver, china, porcelain, primitives, cut and art glass, hat pins, copper, brass, textiles, tea items, frames, pictures, prints and many other items. The public is welcome to attend the preview party; the $25 fee may be paid at the door. Or, to be placed on the guest list, call the parish office at 227-7202, fax 227-7085. Dealers appearing at the show include Crawford DePrince & Co. of Woodstown, N.J.; Barbara Hegedus, Lemoyne, Pa.; Arcadian. Antiques, Princess Anne, Md.; James Kilvington of Dover; Melvin (Butch) Arion of Laurel; Last Chance Antiques, Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.; Mary Louise Gabriel, Montgomery Village, Md.; Mary Jane Barr, Frederick, Md.; Jay N. Melrose, Poland, Ohio; Hastings Fine Art Ltd., Yonkers, N.Y.; Blue Lion An- tiques, Williamsburg, Va.; Char- lotte Whitenight, Lewes; Mary Whitemore Antiques, Poolesville, Md.; At the Sign of the Sycamore, Guilford, Conn.; Chinese Import Porcelain, Lederach, Pa.; Josephine Hart Thrasher, Alexan- dria, Va.; Pete's Pickins, Upper Fails, Md.; Harper's Antiques, Lewes; Duchess Antiques, Bethesda, Md.; Barnesville An- tiques, Barnesville, Md.; Sue Ewald, Poolesville, Md.; Gladys Spare, Baltimore, Md.; Grubby Thicket Antiques, Poolesville; In- gle Nook Antiques, Reedville, Va.; McNiel & Reed, Delmar; Oriental Rugs/A.E. Runge, Yarmouth, Maine; Mispitlion An- tiques, Milford; Dorothy Theriault Antiques, Ocean View; Manloves Choice Antiques, Greenwood; Country Treasures, Preston,/Id.; and Penny Farthing Antiques, Middleburg, Va. TAKE cONTROL OF ',lOUtt ntCCK! Retractable Awnings Feature Complete Installation Hundreds of Decorator Fabrics 5 Year.Warranty Ideal for any Patio, Deck or Window I , Alutech Awning Products " & automatic wind sensor | I i with purchase of awning! I I Wnh C, oupm c,. tt v,id  ottot ccdvm. I J w, c,n o.Not vid t ciKot, i I I  to I I v.m 15m. I it mm m m m Im mm i am am i m mm dl la mm Im m m mm ml mm me m m ml m "11 VISIT OUR SHOWROOM " M.ff 9". ' S.O. Sat. by appL . . ALUTEOtl!UNITED. lINe 1302). 8,54-9100 800-233-1144 15 Dixon Strsetr Seibwville, D E sErik SumptJon photo All Saints' Church in Rehoboth is having its 54th annual antique show Wednesday, July 30, to Saturday, Aug. 2. Pictured is this year's antique show committee, back row (l-r), Max Wolf, Barbara Rider and Greg Mazzotta; middle (l-r), Dorsey Johnson and Ronaid N. Dotterer; and front row (l-r), AI Maderska, Joan Maderska and David Van Horn. Also on the committee, but not pictured are Sherry Chappelle and Jan Bendrick. Imam