Friday, May 22, 2015
On Memorial Day, the United States pauses to honor the fallen heroes who died in service to our Nation. With heavy hearts and a sense of profound gratitude, we mourn these women and men -- parents, children, loved ones, comrades-in-arms, friends, and all those known and unknown -- who believed so deeply in what our country could be they were willing to give their lives to protect its promise. Our hearts ache in their absence, but their spirit gives us strength to continue their work of securing and renewing the liberties that all Americans cherish and for which these heroes gave their last full measure of devotion.
In solemn reflection, we gather -- in small towns and big cities, on battlefields, in cemeteries, and at sacred places where blood has been shed for freedom's cause -- throughout our country and around the world to remember the unbroken chain of patriots who won independence, saved our Union, defeated fascism, and protected the Nation we love from emerging threats in a changing world. Today, their legacy is carried forward by a new generation of servicemen and women and all who strive to shape a more perfect America; and their enormous sacrifices continue to make our opportunity possible.
We owe all those who sacrifice in our name a tremendous debt, including our Nation's mothers and fathers who have given their daughters and sons to America, spouses and partners who shoulder the weight of unthinkable loss, and courageous children in whom the legacies of their parents live on. As a Nation, we must uphold our obligations to these Gold Star families. We have pledged to them that they will never walk alone -- that their country will be there for them always -- and we must work every day to make good on this promise.
Our Nation will never forget the valor and distinction of the women and men who defend freedom, justice, and peace. Today, we rededicate ourselves to commitments equal to the caliber of those who have rendered the highest service: to support our troops with the resources they need to do their jobs; to never stop searching for those who have gone missing or are prisoners of war; to ensure all our veterans have access to the care and benefits they have earned and deserve; and to continue our constant work of building a Nation worthy of the heroes we honor today.
In honor of all of our fallen service members, the Congress, by a joint resolution approved May 11, 1950, as amended (36 U.S.C. 116), has requested the President issue a proclamation calling on the people of the United States to observe each Memorial Day as a day of prayer for permanent peace and designating a period on that day when the people of the United States might unite in prayer. The Congress, by Public Law 106-579, has also designated 3:00 p.m. local time on that day as a time for all Americans to observe, in their own way, the National Moment of Remembrance.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand this twenty-second day of May, in the year of our Lord two thousand fifteen, and of the Independence of the United States of America the two hundred and thirty-ninth.
Thursday, May 21, 2015
The Greater Delmar Chamber of Commerce Day in the Park will be June 6th, from their website
THE DELMAR LIBRARY
The Estate Of Gary Horseman, Sr Auction Friday May 29th at 4:33 PM, Looks like the Mason Dixon auction a couple blocks away is going to have competition Friday night.
On-Site Single Estate Home & Contents Auction
Allen & Marshall Auctioneers is pleased to offer the Estate of Gary Horseman Sr
FRIDAY May 29th, 2015 @ 4:33 PM – Real Estate at 6:30 PM
203 West State Street, Delmar, DE 19940
ALL PERSONAL PROPERTY SOLD ABSOLUTE W/NO MINIMUM & NO RESERVE!!
4 BR, 2.5 BA Home on Large 4.2 Acre lot in Sussex Co., DE right across the Street from the Old Mill! 2014 GMC Terrain SLT, 2003 Chevy Silverado 3500, John Deere Zero Turn Mower, Dump Trailer, 2011 Utility Trailer, Furniture, Tools, Equipment, Personal Mobility Carts, Kubota Riding Lawn Mower, DE Tags and MORE!
Auctioneers Note: Join us for a good old fashion home and contents sale. Please note date and time!! There is plenty of street parking on Rd81 and N. Memorial Drive and even more parking in the pasture. There will be absolutely NO PARKNG on RT 54! (Please view photos on the website)
Directions: (From MD/DE Line) – At the Rt 54/Line Rd Traffic Light on Rt. 13 in Delmar turn West onto Rt. 54 and follow to traffic light at Bi-State Blvd. Proceed straight and follow for 0.6 miles to Rt 81 (Just Past Old Mill. Turn Right onto Rt. 81 and park behind the home. Property is located across the street and just before you get to the Old Mill Crab House. Signs Posted.
Primitives/Glass/ China/Collectibles(4:33 PM): Antique Oak gingerbread kitchen clock, Purina Mills advertising walking cane, Pr.of 20” concrete horse heads, Sessions Mahogany camelback mantel clock, cast iron horse hitching post, Ansonia camelback mantel clock, Bufflehead decoy by Robert Sunderland, wood duck decoy, (2) mallard decoys, Galileo thermometer, (2) Frank Perdue bobble head decoys, blue stoneware washbowl and pitcher, wooden two seat miniature buggy, Cast iron horse bookends, (2) cast iron horse banks, horse weather vane, Qty. of Nascar racing memorabilia, Lg. Qty. of Jeff Gordon memorabilia and more!
Jewelry/Coins: 14kt gold men’s necklace w/ stallion charm, 10kt men’s ring w/ tigers eye stone, several tie tacs, (2) Faux Rolex watches, several half dollars, Lg. Qty. of $2.00 bills, costume jewelry and more!!
Furniture (5 PM): Ridgeway Oak beveled glass grandfather clock w/ triple weighted movement, Stanley F.C. Pine King size 5pc bedroom suite, Kincaid F.C. solid Pine 5pc bedroom suite, Broyhill Pine 4pc bedroom suite, Antique Oak four door two drawer china cabinet, 3pc Amish made solid Oak living room table set w/ carved paw feet, (2) Pine horizontal file cabinets, Bench Craft F.C. upholstered sofa and loveseat, Dunmore F.C. plaid upholstered three cushion sofa, (2) La-Z- Boy overstuffed upholstered lounge chairs, contemporary white tile top breakfast table and stool set, (2) office chairs, 3pc living room table set, Maple rocking chair, Pine rocking chair, Oak quilt rack, Oak computer desk, Sony big screen HDTV, cast iron 3pc garden bench set, concrete urns, concrete park bench and much more!
Tools (5:45 PM): DeWalt DP3700 13HP Honda 3700 PSI pressure washer, Emglo model 3800 portable jobsite air compressor, DeWalt DW705 miter saw, 24ft Werner fiberglass extension ladder, 20ft fiberglass extension ladder, several aluminum extension ladders, 11 drawer locking tool box, DeWalt 18volt drill, Dewalt sawzall, Hitachi cordless drill, Makita sawzall, 2.5 ton hydraulic floor jack, Makita grinder, tripod halogen light, Mr. Heater dual head propane heater, 16 gal shop vac, Remington nail set, Louisville 8ft “A” frame step ladder, (2) Werner 6ft “A” frame step ladders, (3) Skil saws, Milwaukee drills, socket sets, table saw, several jack stands, extension cords, gas cans and more!!
Riding Lawn Mowers/Yard Equipment (6 PM): John Deere Z424, 23HP G4 42” commercial zero turn mower, garage kept showing just 177hrs!!, Kubota T1570 15HP 40” cut riding lawn mower, Stihl F5 55R gas trimmers, Agrifab HD1000 Mow and Vac pull behind lawn vac w/ Briggs 3.5HP mower, Briggs Classic 3.5HP push mower, Poulan Pro Wild Thing 18” chain saw, Poulan Pro 2775 20” chain saw, Redmax CHT2300 gas trimmers, Craftsman 25cc gas blower, pull behind yard cart, Fimco pull behind sprayer, lawn aerator, wheel barrow, tripod yard sprinkler, garden tools, commercial lawn cart and more!
Trailers: 2011 Better Built Trailers, Inc. 5ft x 8ft single axle utility trailer with ramp door and 2,000lb GVWR, Crosley Mfg. Co. 6’x10’ dual axle dump trailer with roll tarp.
Estate Vehicles (6:45 PM): 2014 GMC Terrain SLT, 3.6L V6 VVT, automatic, loaded with black leather interior, sunroof, On-Star, Satellite radio, GMC Intelink with collision alert, cruise, push button shift, Pioneer 8 speaker system, touch screen selector, keyless entry garage kept showing just 4,083 miles!!! Vin# 2GKFLSE39E6375887 (Will be offered with a very low reserve), Single owner 2003 Chevrolet Silverado 3500 dually, 8.1L 8100 Vortec V8, automatic, 4 door loaded with leather, Classy Chassis, Bose, Cobra VHS, P/W, P/L, 5th wheel, electronic brake controls, Garage Kept showing just 55,008 miles!!!
Delaware Tags (7 PM): Delaware Tag # C9929, Delaware Tag #HP6086.
Special Interest/Boxlots: Maxima battery operated personal mobility cart, Harmar battery operated personal mobility cart hitch attachment lift, Personal mobility scooter hitch lift attachment, City bug battery operated scooter, Large wooden outhouse with carved crescent moon in door, (2) Large concrete Stallion horse yard ornaments, concrete lawn jockey, several concrete bird baths, Lg. Qty. of kitchen wares, several concrete planters, porch swing, Qty. of animated Halloween yard characters, Kenmore dehumidifier, Coleman coolers, Lg. Qty. of vintage Playboy magazines, Cosco step stool, wheel cart, horse saddle, small Qty. of horse tack & more!
Terms Personal Property: Cash Or Approved Check Day of sale. Visa/MC/Amex/Discover. 13% Buyer Premium. 3% Discount for cash or check. If vehicles are paid for by check Auction Company reserves the right to retain the vehicle/title until check clears. Everything Sold “As Is” with no warranties of any kind. Auction conducted onsite. Two Auctioneers. Some seating provided. Food served by Johnny’s Sub Shop of Salisbury, MD.
Personal Property Preview: Two hours prior to the Auction! Note Personal Property will not be available to preview at the Real Estate Open Houses.
There is no charge if you would like to join us for the tour just show up.
Delmar High School last day for Seniors is tomorrow May 22nd
= The spiders!
= She was adept at treating blisters and limbs.
Sie konnte geschickt blasen und Glieder behandeln.
= She was adept at giving blowjobs and handling members.
Der Gefangene floh.
= The prisoner escaped.
Der gefangene Floh.
= The imprisoned flea
Helft den armen Vögeln.
= Help the poor birds.
Helft den Armen vögeln.
= Help poor people with sex.