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"CAPE, GAZET3"E, Friday,. September.IS -,ettdtemimr,i9(,996 -43 Jen EIIInsgworth photo Mike Cook owns Delaware Ramp Systems in Bridgeville, the state&apos;s only dealership of wheelchair ramps. Cook sells the customized ramps for autos, fiat beds, trucks and trailers. Sussex b m;iness offers service to the disabled As the owner of Delaware Ramp Systems in Bridgeville, Mike Cook stays busy selling, renting and installing ramps for a variety of purposes. While utility and commercial ramps for vans and autos was his initial business venture, Cook recently saw the need for another, more unique product. In May, he became the only dealer in the state to sell and in- stall portable wheelchair ramps. The ramps make it possible for disabled individuals to get into businesses and residences not equipped with access ramps. "I saw that the demand for it was there," said Cook, "because this type of wheelchair ramp is much cheaper than a hydraulic lift." A motorized lift can cost be- tween $2,000-$5,000, said Cook, whereas the portable, lightweight lifts he sells cost under $1,000. The ramps vary in size and length, and fold up like a suitcase with a handle. Different types of ramps are available for different purposes, from a multifold ramp (ideal for scooters and wheel- chairs), to a threshold ramp (de- signed to allow scooters and wheelchairs to go over doorway thresholds). The best selling ramp, said Cook, is the Handi- Trak line. The line includes a full range of lightweight, portable wheel and power chair tracks made from aluminum. The tracks weigh only nine pounds each, and are available in a range of lengths for maximum accessibility. Delaware Ramp Systems is also included in a referral program with Ford, General Motors and Chrysler, in which automotive buyers get a rebate if they use Cook's service. Cook sells the ramps out of his home in Bridgeville, and is also a full-time police officer with the State De- partment of Natural Resources and a part-time officer at the Bridgeville Police Department. For more information about Delaware Ramp Systems, call 337-7611 or 888-311-9739. County Bank's S atcher named to American BanKers Association post Harold L. Slatcher, president and CEO of County Bank, has been appoint- ed by the president of the American Bankers As- sociation to the associa- tion's Com- munity Bankers Council. SLATCHER "The finan- cial services landscape is chang- ing drastically, and successful banks need to stay on top of the latest developments," Slatcher said. "This is an opportunity to help influence national policies that affect us and our customers." Council members are drawn from all 50 states and are appoint- ed to three-year terms. In addition to providing input on legislative and regulatory matters, Slatcher will advise the association on is- sues emerging among the nation's 9,000 community banks, such as new technologies that are dramati- cally changing the way banking services are accessed by con- sumers. "Community banks will always play an important role in the fi- nancial services marketplace, in spite of major industry consolida- tion," Slatcber said. Slatcher will travel to Washing- ton, D.C. in November for the council's first meeting of the 1996-97 association year. The American Bankers Association is the only national trade and profes- sional association serving the en- tire banking community, from small community banks to large bank holding companies. Important Public Sale The "$atterfield Complex" 2 Large Improved Parcels, a 38 Slip Marina Restaurant Equip. and Contents on Indian Biver OAK ORCHARD, DE Sat. Sept. 21st 1:00 PM (on site) Order of Sale 1:00 PM Rest. Equipment and contents 3:00 PM Parcel A (see below) 3:20 PM Parcel B (2 Houses) All of these properties either are 38 Slip Marina w/S00' pier or can be excellent income producers! 100't occupied in 96' Parcel A This is the chance of a life fimett Eq.ipment and contents will he offmd tt 1:00 PM item by item for the high dollar. Parcel (A) 3:00 PM Belw is a lmhl list f cments t he fitted" Consists of the original waterfro.t  ztko di mp== d= m Restaurmvthoverheadaimmen  #= =bd #e  be,dr  dm#ts-tU,t ,/ Imqlumm, Ua,mmgtmm.im#mm, m,m, ny,mm the Duplex (up and down) apmments aJJud  oin nuei meres e peAing milm %na ail ,  hi  feda '. I let fer the rune ac the mct, and T.2-B4t 2 ee mda  500 ft pier wi 38 dip marina  g mlla. Y mmie wm ttt   4 I,'2'2 coqmmt   s,, 8 woockn cq.nn  -. bna'.oois, NC am f Ii Bdl him r Ikm8 doddi , San 19.1 d Io he sokl ride by ride Mfi & fnm', 3 mmpmuml IpU stemtMie, ? 12' j unecoq)ied md u Pmel (A)  4r ss I 2 def =p Rid (dL C 3 . 1 tdf #a me (ps). 32 q Dm-n stock pot lira w. e abkla.mtelk,v# lm bldq p  =et 1 (B) 3:20 PM /t. $mded tmc w/61mtm & 2 ovea reeilt ot #1 tad 3 heat Across the street from the Restaunmt mm (ps), ca cm opera, had hmtp 4 qt Kitcbm Aid mira/ Fopmy, cofahrgeiotimFove d ipImmO+M.d<:, 62Hobirtcommacs,mum Itmpdatekc gdlL 24 dke tmtm, Pem ScMe 101 zit,/, SI by a 2 st(xy remodeled house tly Cmp Scak, g  cm w tep. Admiral caor I'V, Amiq, e the home of the Water Co. plus a small me cem rode, Round  tab La ghm disphy cme. 30-fmmka drJacl summe cotag diaint morn mbks, 20-medm mu dain. ,eodm ride chda saudl tm oJque spiue ct duin. k. mckeOe.e us. 2 ot mbks.ice ctum 0r tae wtetk , 0dd Im 0f  mUmm D,plex Apmmet & stall motd pdmingt 3-w00dm eage tmal  d Im a0c  pimm units. A p0aiou 0f PNcel A. m=de.pu ev  SeThomu ckct.e Zt0tckkm ve red pressed tim, Kenmore tmdercoealer didzwasher, ...... Kmmo ekceic mow., peru fm meeter w/rk. 5 If2' bmnF ,e, 'd, r, So, ,,, r,,,m, , ,p , Complete Broker Co-Operation so.lno.,m..,m. co..oo,m,. .Subject to oonflrmation Inlo ,%,mlnar n AUm'S.O Open House & Preview -- " This exceptional direct Riverfront SaL Sept. 14th, &5 PM TERMS: Cmherpmecheckswilhl.D.day property has  yearly income. ofde. Allilenabeiegsoldmi lkliverycznbe PI (A)comim of the 38 dip marina Sun. SepL 15th, 1-3 PM trranFd. A 3S buya"s Imaium will be ee all equipment. AU item.,t sold as is. ( 10{)% occupied for 96) the former Cam , * Rcslaura, building with aparlmenl .... oved, a seme duplex with adjoining REAL ESTATETERMS: A 10 &posit to he motel unit,. E !__ mequired o day of sale with the balance due Parcel (B) is the home  the street and payabk in cash  ceifx"d check in 45 &ys ctmetdy leased io punic water.qqply ml ASSOCIATES m ficlosin$. Compe umm co-opamim, a smU adjoining te. "We Br#g Bmjer & Se//er Toge#ter" ,, {0M27-2714 N, * 13fl1227-14k I * kq02122"/.394 F