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Submitted photo The 51st annual All Saints Antique Show will feature simi- lar furniture from the collection of Akanthus, a dealer from Ocklawaha, Fla. Annual All Saints' Antique Show coming to Rehoboth The 51 st annual Antiques Show will be held Friday, Aug. 4 to Sun- day, Aug. 6, at the Rehoboth Beach Convention Center, Re- hoboth Avenue. This year's event will be a great time for folks to welcome old friends, take part in the silent auction and enjoy ma- ture, blooming orchids. The show's hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Friday and Saturday, and from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Sunday. Daily admission is $5 and tick- ets may be purchased at the door and are good for all three days. This year, the dealers will be joined by parishioners who will participating by gifting small an- tiques valued at about $50. Jay Stein of Stuart Kingston Gal- leries, has volunteered his expert- ise as an appraiser. As is always the case, a preview party will be held the night be- fore, from 6 to 8 p.m., Thursday, Aug. 3, with fine food presenta- tions provided by several well- known restaurants. The donation to attend the party and preview the show is $25 and can be made at the door. The party donation in- cludes daily admission for all three days of the show. To request an invitation, call the parish of- rice. A major beneficiary of the show will again be the James E. Manion Fund for Needy Children, which benefits the children of the Cape Region. The show is known for its quality and variety of fine jewel- ry, period furniture, silver and crystal, as well as Japanese and Chinese porcelain, cut glass and antique glass. Ted Nicolini of Akanthus, a new dealer from Ochlawaha, Fla., will be featuring 18th and 19th century American, English and continental furniture, along with original works of art and acces- Continued on page 82 What's NeW Sydney0000 NEW CHEF ...... .... : .... Help us ::welCome CHUCK KABLE... , ::: ...... formerly0(the Banking House Inn '( NEW  TWILIGHT MENU Served until 6:30 PM Sunday thru Friday ,::: All Entrees Onder.$15 Including :, .......... :: , ............ Po' Boy Sandwiches j%: NEW:ATE LIGHT FARE ..... ?" .... Writhe it ALL ppens. 25 Christian Street. Reholoth. 302-227-1339 Kendall Jackson Chardonnay 9 Store Hours: Monday-ThursdaY !00.00lPm Friday and Saturdal Sunday Closed Tanqueray Gin or Beefeaters Gin Heineken Beer or Amstel Light Popov Vodka Larger Size, 80 Proof Coors Ught or Original Molson Golden or Ale, or Ice Busch Regular or Draft Ught Lord hled Canadian Imported, 80 Proof Woodbrje Chardonnay Cabernet, Merlot or Glen Ben Cmet, Me or Seagram's 7Cram American Whiskey Champage Brut or Extra Dry [[ I Jim Beam Bourbon x  Daniels 1,75 Nr. b. $27.99 T.G.I F" s or Pifia Colada or Margarita or Cabemet Saugnon Michelob Light or Michelob Regular ill]fill corona Beer Extra or Light Natural Light or Natural Ice Milwaukees Best Beer Regular Light or Ice o,w,r!, : bel 1 Meridian