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July 11, 1997

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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, July 11 -July 17, 1997- 67 YMGA offers outdooi" adventure camp for kids The Sussex Family YMCA Outdoor Adventure Camp was at- tended by 17 youths who partici- pated i'n camping and survival techniques. The camp, held June 30-July 3, centered around YM- CA's four core values, honesty, respect, responsibility and camp- ing. The group took day trips to Lewes Beach, Primehook Wildlife Refuge and Cape Hen- lopen State Park. The second camp is scheduled for July 21-25 and is open to those between the ages of 10-14. For more information, call Craig Hubbard at the YMCA at 227-8018. A sterling silver mustard pot with cobalt glass liner and rib- bons and bows decorations, London, 1904 is a piece typical of the silver items offered at "At The Sign Of The Sycamore," of Guilford, Conn. The antiques dealer is just one of 26 who will be offering items for sale at the 48th Annual All Saints' Paiish Antiques Show held at Rehoboth Beach Convention Center Aug. 5-7. Call 945-3707 for more information Variety of dealers headed to All Saints' Antiques Show "The All-Saints' Parish An- tiques Show in Rehoboth Beach is the oldest show I participate in, and one of the best," said James Galley of Rainbow Farm in the 'country village' of Lederach, Pa. He sh9uld know. Galley is partici- pating in 20 shows this year. Galley specializes in Chinese export porcelain from the 18th and 19th centuries. "I deal in things made for the American market, such as Canton, Nanking and Fitzhugh," Galley said. The dates for this year's All Saints show, the 48th annual'event, are Aug. 5-7. It will be held in the Re- hoboth Beach Convention Center. Other dealers for the show in- clude John L. LaFollette, Colum- bus, Ohio; At The Sign Of The Sycamore, Guilford, Conn.; Blue Lion Antique, New Oxford, Pa.; and A.E. Runge Oriental Rugs, Yarmouth, Maine. Dealers from New Jersey include Crawford's Corner in Woodstown and Last Chance Antiques in Linwood. Representing Delaware are James M. Kilvington, Dover; Melvin Ar- ion, Laurel; and Harper's An- tiques of Lewes. Those attending from Maryland are-Arcadian. Village, Princess Anne; Mary Louise Gabriel, Montgomery Village; Mary Jane Barr, Eldersburg; Shaeffer's An- tiques, Glyndon; Jay M. Boyd, Reisterstown; Pete's Pickins', Up- per Falls; Duchess Antiques, Bethesda; Sue Ewald, Poolesville; Gladys Spare, Baltimore; Grubby Thicket Antiques, Bethesda; Pa- tricia Keener, Westminster and McNeil-Reed, Delmar. Dealers from Virginia include Barbara B. Hicks, Port Republic; Brill's" Antiques/Imports, New- port News; Josephine Hart Thrasher, Alexandria; and Joan Parker, Reedville. The All-Saints Parish Antiques show is known for its fine jewelry, period furni- ture, silver and porcelain, as well as crystal, cut glass, and Oriental rugs. There will be 26 dealers rep- resenting eight states at this year's show. The hours for Tuesday and Wednesday, Aug. 5" and 6 will be from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., and Thurs- day, Aug, 7, the show will be open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Admission is $3 and allows visitors to enter the show as often as they wish. Home Cooked Meals To Go THE CORNER CUPBOARD INN SERVing Breakfast & DinnEr Daily Saturday & Sunday Brunch on tree sbaded porc apatios Musical Entrees Thursday- Sunday ,featuring Jeff Irwin, Phil Miller & John Ewart's Jazz Ensemble Sunday Evening 50 Park AVENUE, Rehoboth Beach, DE 302.227-8553 FREE PARKING , BYOB a "00eat f Grea t En te " Drive on Down Thursday- July 10th "Blue Junction" Sunday July 13th "Damn Cats" to GOURMET PIZZA - WOOD FIRED ROTISSERIE - BAR oudreaux s -- Bar-B-(2ue Carry-Out Et Delivery-- 17 Wilmington Avenue. Rehoboth Beach 226:3010 Kiss the meat off the bone! 7 Days a Week o 11 a.m. to ? PARTY ORDERS * ONE DAY'S NOTICE by The Hill Family- "We are here to stay.." Over a century in Rehoboth. Full Rack $13.95 Half Rack $7.95 Whole Chicken $9.95 Half Chicken $6.95 Includes 2 side orders and Mom's Homemade Cornbread, Boudreaux Burger $5.95 1,2 pouod Caribbean Jerk Chicken $5.5o Shredded Beef BBQ $5.50 French Fries with every sandwich French Fries, BBQ Black Beans, Coleslaw or Macaroni Salad. Bring float spe/bott fw/ne or spirits   :!:  ii    :: :::::::: ::: ::::: :: :: ::::::::::::::::::::: ::a:: ::: :;a :; :::i:: ::I;: !!=::: :ii ::{,{{ ...... ::::ii  :/ ii:: ::i::iii i::ii i i i:i i i!i!  :;ii :i7: J ::":::":' .................. i' .................. :i;i .......... "' ::4  : .............. :::!: / ...............................................................................................................................