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I y, UV aJ.1 dfk-I"erlP"| |S ship's electrical system, a prereq- uisite for installing a heating and air conditioning (HVAC) system Continued from page 73 aboard. The HVAC system is not curredlthat OMMF's plan of lift- for human comfort but rather to ing th ship and placing her in a control internal temperature and dry land cradle as quickly as pos- sible iS the best way to ensure the integriiy of the hull. Thisj week marked the end of the 2(04 season for the Dirty Hands tGang (the Overfalls' vol- unteeri restoration and mainte- nance jteam). Bill Reader, the leader bf the Dirty Hands Gang, I report that it was an extremely successful season with the com- pletioq of the restoration of the seconl deck with the living spaces.I Now all spaces open to the public for tours have been completed. The newly renovated areas will be sho rn off to the public on Dec. 4 whet the ship will be open as part of Lhe Lewes Historical Soci- ety's Christmas house tour. In additio] to having the ship look- ing he] best, many of the crew will be in full period U.S. Coast Guard uniforms to greet the guests. One of the uniforms, do- nated by Bill Beauchamp of Lewes was the one his father wore v hen he served aboard the Lightsl ip Overfalls. The 2004 season for tours end- ed in mid-October-with record numbers of visitors coming aboard. More of the visitors are coming from out of Delaware, a result of OMMF's increased em- phasis on the outreach program, the most significant element of which was the Foundation's ex- SUN N()V 10:00 A.M hibit ir tion's 1 Mall in mer. A lar seas cial tou Rehobc Scout "[ Scout event comm arrang, Bernhei Over take a i gram tc be con the Smithsonian Institu- olklife Festival on the Washington, DC this sum- fter the close of the regu- )n, OMMF arranged spe- :s for local youth groups, th Beach's Brownie Girl :oop 935 and Lewes' Cub ack 2540. Other special )urs or presentations to nitY groups can be ;d by contacting Dave gel at 645 7377. ae winter, restoration will najor step toward a pro- save the hull. This will Lplete!y reworking the humidity in order to stop deterio- ration of the hull and strength members from the inside out. Then, as soon as funding is avail- able, the ship will be lifted out of the saltwater and mud and placed in a dry land cradle. The move to the cradle will stop the saltwater corrosion of the hull from the out- side in and allow the Dirty Hands Gang access to the outside of the hull for maintenance. Another feature that will come with the reworking of the electri- cal system is installation of a new set of navigational lights (the original ones disappeared at some point in the last 30 years). The new set is on permanent loan from the Liberty Ship John Brown in Baltimore. The loan is a result of OMMF's increased emphasis on outreach to organizations and in- dividuals in more distant loca- tions. The tasks associated with sav- ing the hull will require a higher level of funding than has previ- ously been available for restora- tion work. Joe Booth, Delegate from the 37th Legislative District, gave the foundation a start on raising the funds by securing a $50,000 Com- munity RedevelopmentFund matching grant. OMMF has ini- tiated a community-based fund raising campaign entitled Light- the-Light to raise the $75,000 needed to meet the match and ac- tivate the grant funding. The ear- ly results of the campaign have been heartening with generous coutributions. OMMF is also ag- gressively pursuing other sources of government and private grants to complete all tasks related to saving the hull and making sure that the ship's condition.is stable and sustainable. For general informador on the Overfalls Maritime Museum Foundation, call Barry Simmer- man at 645 4733 or visit the OMMF website at www.over- falls.org. CAPE GAZETYE, Friday, Nov. 19 - Nov. 22, 2004 - 77 MULTI-(00ONSIGNOR SA00E Inc. 3 Living Estates ON SITE At The Rehoboth Beach Fire House A Rehoboth Avenue,_ Rehoboth Bea.ch, Delaware Antique and Modern Furniture, 00Valuable Delaware Art, China, Crystal, Glassware, 30+ Oriental Rugs & Ca00,iRetro Pieces, Creamer Collection, Rare Jewelry, Advertising, Antique Clocksi Like New Appliances, Collectibles, Autos, Motorcycle & Tag M : Fm eight Carved marble F.xc/ram 43'x56 f.atby the late Tom W'on. FURNITURE arKI MISCELLANEOI: wnut Em bOOk cme, 8 day banjo aodc by . bm, rim. crm room  ind. cna hutch, tal & 6 ckm, v,nut scrt dt ch iml tal w/caU I, ram. nt Imt dW, o mtmon a' 1 cm Gmn do o w wock tmh & cax:l,  v n:tn', matt Fr,tut- from Um: paid sta cuptmmd, ff flare t0p:table tCodt in bar & 8 cha  H0tm L sm.tm d.MMatttw, 2 sm loook wds, bs dm-. laes h rad & h, fetble, pi.k o, ca Mm.    oo on id, Magic C de by ,de no frmt rmr, dk, gmaa ook v,anut imoct na cuCx  bat, t & " r g morn soUl. 2 sis, 2 el iabl & cock lal, wg/nut k k)p bk, round leheHmdooiod  coc  e, convey csa  wl4un, b=a, m waWc=W, . set  peto  in good concilon, round relo vNe & Olk (IbeEe talkie w14 m,Mchklg chairs, l'a0's - r e tin NY club cir, t0. kX ratm momJUe, te O ec O.enlacctsitmrd, m. or,e de, r. night sland, me oaaOO te/ae, needlepmt , raUan tub roa, eurm clirs, tootsmos, v, ia end taUe Orom Joram tyr tuo brittn, leeer co,.ed sto, te Asim vase. mt adveaisin0 Uns, 12 tace lIVE DF TAG be1ch&sandsrangameta]iewassp&4matcciwirsjvingrmsetL2biackeeher sels,2splltbemboorods&rsels, lactde ....... ss,eaitable, ltsslmlkleordtlew/4ds,lim.&lae box w/colleee lures, Ix. brass cmlage rw0 am, wte mmm aesk. r0und rm dnme   me t0p prated  vary wnm, Sa0, uke and m0re 1999 Dodge wrm=a*,=t.rca,n==to,=,,=,rn=,mo, AR1." Lg. lot Condo art, very ram pc. Bas mlid Stra[us omt walt haning of 1T'/G fife & d|m $okft$, Automatic, 31k Ig. bt anL pictumtram, g  art . ot mzles, light grcea, on cm'm, roll files, mma, land, Ig. lot aav, sin. c & arlwodc, mcl moreH 1987 Mercedes Benz Arctic white wm Comolly lcathet aolstW/. FA20 sport. Silver w/black lealher V ram modd (1 tim 50 made in 1976) wi$ interim, immacul, one owns, all 2001Yamaha ySOKmilu.Exc.eo.throughoWhatafind servioehisfrmnv, glkmiles. ........ ..... .- _ _ ,. z: tom xpmrer 2000 Ford Mustang v:.o ot0,yt, 1'41 I kh lt/inPa llalnl XLT4x4321cmikgl=lt 400miles asncw. "/dLd I/ rll/ q U,II4II, I ' m0f;wind0&' - Ilr, powcrdows&GTCnvcml'48kms' ' 1[]: ,r locks & mloof. Kdly Blue locks. Mzh 460- CD,  =   Bookvalac22,000udMD with black t0p, MDstat CaShcheckwith21.D.,sonOr personal E M M ERTdA=UCTION day of sale. A 10% AUCTIONEERSNOTE:/excepon buyers premium will AssoCIATES " ling estate from Wyoming, Delaware plus 2 M, i purchases. 5% family (relocaling) and quaty goods from two buyers premium on (302) 227-1433 Day. (302) 227-3946 Fax, (302) 227-2714 Night Reh0b0th Beach residents (d0wnsizing). Truly a vehicles, emmertami0ns@a01.com se not to miss!! Anliclue relief daybanjo statue ol bottle nose cantedwall clock, hanging '1776'. CHINA, GLASSWARE, JLrr. COLLECl7ELS & MORE: vine, am. , Ig. 10t al sizes misc. brass candless, misc. a. i 2 ee. German chocolate sets, c011. Green  t . rm makks, wt  wsm & b0 . U a'er pe smg ma, aerg & a'*er pe, asmt ct/n =c. estam ieweky, s mere & ladies am, cx pw, 2 pue , I , Wm spar & Met, H 0-mew sca, S0y  sy=m, Ig. cr,y qa'lt, Ig. cmer call. of co, & ocher nn!  Blass a, lmce / I1 ...... ilq 1IT I:ITI1]I]IIi 1 I 1 I ......... [YlllllllHgl]llllllllllllrllllBllll]llll*lll-$rlTr3,HlBm rxr t "--r r TIqI-I|ITT[ I]F" 'llq 1 [ ]l[ll[fllllTllr 1Fq TIIITII [lli'r I1 qlIT TTrF3TT r I y, UV aJ.1 dfk-I"erlP"| |S ship's electrical system, a prereq- uisite for installing a heating and air conditioning (HVAC) system Continued from page 73 aboard. The HVAC system is not curredlthat OMMF's plan of lift- for human comfort but rather to ing th ship and placing her in a control internal temperature and dry land cradle as quickly as pos- sible iS the best way to ensure the integriiy of the hull. Thisj week marked the end of the 2(04 season for the Dirty Hands tGang (the Overfalls' vol- unteeri restoration and mainte- nance jteam). Bill Reader, the leader bf the Dirty Hands Gang, I report that it was an extremely successful season with the com- pletioq of the restoration of the seconl deck with the living spaces.I Now all spaces open to the public for tours have been completed. The newly renovated areas will be sho rn off to the public on Dec. 4 whet the ship will be open as part of Lhe Lewes Historical Soci- ety's C hristmas house tour. In additio] to having the ship look- ing he] best, many of the crew will be in full period U.S. Coast Guard uniforms to greet the guests. One of the uniforms, do- nated by Bill Beauchamp of Lewes was the one his father wore v hen he served aboard the Lightsl ip Overfalls. The 2004 season for tours end- ed in mid-October-with record numbers of visitors coming aboard. More of the visitors are coming from out of Delaware, a result of OMMF's increased em- phasis on the outreach program, the most significant element of which was the Foundation's ex- SUN N()V 10:00 A.M hibit ir tion's 1 Mall in mer. A lar seas cial tou Rehobc Scout "[ Scout event comm arrang, Bernhei Over take a i gram tc be con the Smithsonian Institu- olklife Festival on the Washington, DC this sum- fter the close of the regu- )n, OMMF arranged spe- :s for local youth groups, th Beach's Brownie Girl :oop 935 and Lewes' Cub ack 2540. Other special )urs or presentations to nitY groups can be ;d by contacting Dave gel at 645 7377. ae winter, restoration will najor step toward a pro- save the hull. This will Lplete!y reworking the humidity in order to stop deterio- ration of the hull and strength members from the inside out. Then, as soon as funding is avail- able, the ship will be lifted out of the saltwater and mud and placed in a dry land cradle. The move to the cradle will stop the saltwater corrosion of the hull from the out- side in and allow the Dirty Hands Gang access to the outside of the hull for maintenance. Another feature that will come with the reworking of the electri- cal system is installation of a new set of navigational lights (the original ones disappeared at some point in the last 30 years). The new set is on permanent loan from the Liberty Ship John Brown in Baltimore. The loan is a result of OMMF's increased emphasis on outreach to organizations and in- dividuals in more distant loca- tions. The tasks associated with sav- ing the hull will require a higher level of funding than has previ- ously been available for restora- tion work. Joe Booth, Delegate from the 37th Legislative District, gave the foundation a start on raising the funds by securing a $50,000 Com- munity RedevelopmentFund matching grant. OMMF has ini- tiated a community-based fund raising campaign entitled Light- the-Light to raise the $75,000 needed to meet the match and ac- tivate the grant funding. The ear- ly results of the campaign have been heartening with generous coutributions. OMMF is also ag- gressively pursuing other sources of government and private grants to complete all tasks related to saving the hull and making sure that the ship's condition.is stable and sustainable. For general informador on the Overfalls Maritime Museum Foundation, call Barry Simmer- man at 645 4733 or visit the OMMF website at www.over- falls.org. CAPE GAZETYE, Friday, Nov. 19 - Nov. 22, 2004 - 77 MULTI-(00ONSIGNOR SA00E Inc. 3 Living Estates ON SITE At The Rehoboth Beach Fire House A Rehoboth Avenue,_ Rehoboth Bea.ch, Delaware Antique and Modern Furniture, 00Valuable Delaware Art, China, Crystal, Glassware, 30+ Oriental Rugs & Ca00,iRetro Pieces, Creamer Collection, Rare Jewelry, Advertising, Antique Clocksi Like New Appliances, Collectibles, Autos, Motorcycle & Tag M : Fm eight Carved marble F.xc/ram 43'x56 f.atby the late Tom W'on. FURNITURE arKI MISCELLANEOI: wnut Em bOOk cme, 8 day banjo aodc by . bm, rim. crm room  ind. cna hutch, tal & 6 ckm, v,nut scrt dt ch iml tal w/caU I, ram. nt Imt dW, o mtmon a' 1 cm Gmn do o w wock tmh & cax:l,  v n:tn', matt Fr,tut- from Um: paid sta cuptmmd, ff flare t0p:table tCodt in bar & 8 cha  H0tm L sm.tm d.MMatttw, 2 sm loook wds, bs dm-. laes h rad & h, fetble, pi.k o, ca Mm.    oo on id, Magic C de by ,de no frmt rmr, dk, gmaa ook v,anut imoct na cuCx  bat, t & " r g morn soUl. 2 sis, 2 el iabl & cock lal, wg/nut k k)p bk, round leheHmdooiod  coc  e, convey csa  wl4un, b=a, m waWc=W, . set  peto  in good concilon, round relo vNe & Olk (IbeEe talkie w14 m,Mchklg chairs, l'a0's - r e tin NY club cir, t0. kX ratm momJUe, te O ec O.enlacctsitmrd, m. or,e de, r. night sland, me oaaOO te/ae, needlepmt , raUan tub roa, eurm clirs, tootsmos, v, ia end taUe Orom Joram tyr tuo brittn, leeer co,.ed sto, te Asim vase. mt adveaisin0 Uns, 12 tace lIVE DF TAG be1ch&sandsrangameta]iewassp&4matcciwirsjvingrmsetL2biackeeher sels,2splltbemboorods&rsels, lactde ....... ss,eaitable, ltsslmlkleordtlew/4ds,lim.&lae box w/colleee lures, Ix. brass cmlage rw0 am, wte mmm aesk. r0und rm dnme   me t0p prated  vary wnm, Sa0, uke and m0re 1999 Dodge wrm=a*,=t.rca,n==to,=,,=,rn=,mo, AR1." Lg. lot Condo art, very ram pc. Bas mlid Stra[us omt walt haning of 1T'/G fife & d|m $okft$, Automatic, 31k Ig. bt anL pictumtram, g  art . ot mzles, light grcea, on cm'm, roll files, mma, land, Ig. lot aav, sin. c & arlwodc, mcl moreH 1987 Mercedes Benz Arctic white wm Comolly lcathet aolstW/. FA20 sport. Silver w/black lealher V ram modd (1 tim 50 made in 1976) wi$ interim, immacul, one owns, all 2001Yamaha ySOKmilu.Exc.eo.throughoWhatafind servioehisfrmnv, glkmiles. ........ ..... .- _ _ ,. z: tom xpmrer 2000 Ford Mustang v:.o ot0,yt, 1'41 I kh lt/inPa llalnl XLT4x4321cmikgl=lt 400miles asncw. "/dLd I/ rll/ q U,II4II, I ' m0f;wind0&' - Ilr, powcrdows&GTCnvcml'48kms' ' 1[]: ,r locks & mloof. Kdly Blue locks. Mzh 460- CD,  =   Bookvalac22,000udMD with black t0p, MDstat CaShcheckwith21.D.,sonOr personal E M M ERTdA=UCTION day of sale. A 10% AUCTIONEERSNOTE:/excepon buyers premium will AssoCIATES " ling estate from Wyoming, Delaware plus 2 M, i purchases. 5% family (relocaling) and quaty goods from two buyers premium on (302) 227-1433 Day. (302) 227-3946 Fax, (302) 227-2714 Night Reh0b0th Beach residents (d0wnsizing). Truly a vehicles, emmertami0ns@a01.com se not to miss!! Anliclue relief daybanjo statue ol bottle nose cantedwall clock, hanging '1776'. CHINA, GLASSWARE, JLrr. COLLECl7ELS & MORE: vine, am. , Ig. 10t al sizes misc. brass candless, misc. a. i 2 ee. German chocolate sets, c011. Green  t . rm makks, wt  wsm & b0 . U a'er pe smg ma, aerg & a'*er pe, asmt ct/n =c. estam ieweky, s mere & ladies am, cx pw, 2 pue , I , Wm spar & Met, H 0-mew sca, S0y  sy=m, Ig. cr,y qa'lt, Ig. cmer call. of co, & ocher nn!  Blass a, lmce / I1 ...... ilq 1IT I:ITI1]I]IIi 1 I 1 I ......... [Ylll*[lllHgl]llllllllllllrllllBIllll]llll*lll-$rlTr3,HlBm rxr t "--r r TIqI-I|ITT[ I]F" 'llq 1 [ ]l[ll[fllllTllr 1Fq TIIITII [lli'r I1 qlIT TTrF3TT r