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RAL artists finalists in contest Four of the six artists selected to compete in a contest for a painting of Woodburn, the Governor's House, are members of the Re- hoboth Art League. An opportuni- ty for the public to view and vote on the final submissions will be held at RAL through Sept. 23. John Bayalis, Milford; Donald Blow, Smyrna; Laura Hickman, Bethany Beach; and Henry Meier, Lewes, the four Art League mem- bers, were among a number of artists throughout Delaware that submitted slides of their work to the Woodburn Foundation Com- mittee in a preliminary competi- tion to be considered for a com- mission to paint Woodburn. Two artists were then selected from each county to produce their ren- dition of the Governor's House. The four Art League finalists come from varied backgrounds. Bayalis, a MFA graduate from the University of Delaware, has been an art teacher at Milford High School and the Parallel Program of the University of Delaware, Georgetown, since 1987. Blow is a retired Smyrna postmaster and now a full-time artist. Hickman, a professional artist from Bethany Beach who also gracluated with an MFA from the University of Delaware, is a member of the Board of Trustees of the League. Meier retired in 1986 from DuPont after 36 years and then began a vocation as an artist. The six entries were presented at a kickoff reception at Wood- burn on August 16. From there they will travel to four other ex- hibit locations in the state where the public will be given an oppor- tunity to vote on their favorite. The winning entry will be an- nounced on Tuesday, Oct. 1. The purpose of the contest is to raise funds for restoration of the furnishings of Woodburn by sell- ing 1,000 numbered and signed prints of the victorious painting, which will be purchased by the Foundation for permanent display in the house. The prints will be available for purchase in Novem- ber. Art League hours are 10 a.m.- 4 p.m., Monday-Saturday, and 1-4 p.m. on Sunday. The paintings will be on display in the Art League's Corkran/Tubbs Gal- leries. There is no admission and the public is invited to visit. Call the League office at 227-8408. Anniversary Continued from page 50 Marvil defines piloting as "the art of conducting a vessel in channels and harbors and along coasts...where the depth of water and dangers to navigation require a constant search and frequent changes of course." This first meeting of the Lewes Historical Society for the 1996-97 season will chart yet another course in the Pilots' hundred-year history. The Lewes Historical Society meets on the third Friday of the month in the Lewes Presbyterian Church Hall. The meetings are free and open to the public. Re- freshments are served following each meeting. For information, please contact the Historical Soci- ety, 645-7670. "Good cooking is the basis of true happiness" - Auguste Escoffier R e s taurant /Bar / C harcuterbe Lunch Served Tuesday thru Saturday 11-2 Dinner Every Night From 5 pm Sunday Brunch Served 10:30 -2:30 Music Friday & Saturday Evenings 7-11 Closed Mondays Open 7 Days Reservations Are Suggested CAPE GAZETYE, Friday, September 13 - September 19,1996 - 51 RESTAURANT EOUIPMENT b CONTENTS UNCLE RAYMOND'S ROUTE 1 CRAB HOUSE FENWICK ISLAND ABSOLUTE WEDNES1DAY 0; 00o00"sit00 SEPT. 8th Shine ROUTE 1 4/'l AII/I RESTAURANT FIXTURES, FURNIgHINGS, & EQUIPMENT AMONG THE HUNDREDS OF PIECES TO BE SOLD item by item for the high dollar 3 utility stoves (15,000 BTU), 3-steamer pots, 18" paper holder, 4-3 ft. metal shelves, 5 door McCall $5 Refrig. self- contained 110 volts, Kenmore 15 cf freezer, Whirlpool 15 of freezer, Rubbermaid cart w/3 shelves, Manitowoc ice cube machine 400 lb. water cooled, United Stainless reach in Refrig,, Jackson undercounter dishwasher commercial 110 volts w/chemicals, 8 ft. 3 bin SS work sink, GE 16 of refrig., 3-6 ft. SS work tables, Southbend six burn, gas stove with oven, {ulcan deep fryer 45 lb. gas,.Pitco Frylalor 35 lb. gas, Vulcan 30: charcoal grill w/stand, Double 5' Vulcan pizza oven,ommercial freezer - hea W duty, True 28" Bainmarie, Sharp commercial Microwave-600 wall, Bunn pouramatic coffee machine, 4 ft. Star metal Bainmarie, 2- Eagle soup warmer's, Bag in Ihe Box soda system w/7 pumps-soda maker-gun & cold plate w/3 C02 bottles-gages, Joardan commercial 2 door glass reach in refrig., 36' paper holder, serving trays, SS wine buckets, booster seats, NCR 2125 cash register w/printer, National 5200 cash register, 18-dining tables, 70-captain & mate chairs, 3 ft. heavy duty safe on rolls, 561' painted Indian Porcelain figurine, 2-,000 BTU Wall air-conditioned 220, 2-window air conditioner, Tiffany lamps, nerm signs, several noon lights, neon open sign, clocks, pictures, antique beer and whiskey signs, ceiling fans, large Iol food warmer, trays, pots, pans, tubs, bus tubs, baking pans, pizza pans, pizza screens, pizza ladles, knives, spoons, 5# scale, dishes, $5 silver- ware, salt &Ipepper, ash trays, sugar holders, bar trays, rolling rock buckets, large lot of tin signs, 20-6 fl. pressure treated picn!c tables, 4.porcelain antique street lights, 7' mounted tarpon (fish), 24' bamboo surf rod, steal rack w/can opener, hea lamp w/2 lights, mops, buckers, 3-Kidde fire extinguishers, Mercury flood light w/shield, Bally 4' X 7' walk-in door, 39' undercounter Rosstemp Comm. Flaker Ice machine, 2-antique Coke.Cola SS Ice box, 5'h' True beer 55 box, .2 keg draft beer system w/mug chiller, porcelain hand sink, SS hand sink, large L shape bar w/ formica top and mahogany trim, back bar cabinets, 12-vinyl bar stool w/backs, 3-bar stools, Kenmore 3.6 of refrig., Hamilton Beach commercial Ii blender, 64 oz. plastic pitchers, large lot II of bar glasses, speed rack, shaker cups, II mugs, shot glasses, Pool table lamps - 2 Stroh's and 1 Coor's extra gold, and much, much, more. TERMS= Cash or personal check with 2 I.D's on day of sale. All items sold as is where is. INSPECTION= From 8:30 a.m on day of sale, 5% buyers premium on all purchasbs. DIRECTIONS: From DE proceed south on Hwy 1 past Bethany Beach to Fenwick Island. UNCLE RAYMOND'S is on right in middle of the town. Just mile north of Maryland line. INSPECTION 8:30 THE MORNING OF SALE EMMERTg,00UCTION ASSOCIATES "We Bring Buyer & Seller Together" (302) 227-1433 Day (302) 227-3946 Fax (302) 227-2714 Night ' Outside Consignments of Quality Equipment will be Accepted up till Sale Day