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Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration Weekend kicks off with parade Jan. 18 The Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration Organization has an- nounced a full slate of events to commemorate the work of the civ- il rights leader beginning with a parade on Saturday, Jan. 18 in Re- hoboth Beach and concluding with a community worship service on Monday, Jan.20 in Slaughter Neck. The theme for this year is "Celebrating an American Hero." The parade will begin at 11 a.m. with a line-up time of 10 a.m. on old State Road. A dinner theater, beginning at 4:30 p.m. will also be held on Saturday. "Black History on Parade" will be presented by the Great Commission Drama So- ciety and will be directed by Mar- ci Tilghman-Bryant. The produc- tion chronicles historical events beginning with slavery through the civil rights movement and be- yond. Several historical facts and achievements by African Ameri- cans will be presented in a way to teach youth and adults about black heritage. Marion McGhee, weath- er anchor on "Delmarva This Morning" and Noon Show, will Piano Continued from page 42 before I got it right," he said. Dur- ing these periods of rebuilding and restoring that piano, he joined the Automatic Musical Instrument Collectors Association (AMICA) and the the Music Box Associa- tion. Such international organiza- tions provided a source for infor- mation and research and to learn from experts such as Alan Light- cap, a foremost authority on piano restoration. Although Yengle won't be bringing along a player piano to demonstrate how one works, he will talk about the piano and its heyday. Some 2000 manufactur- ers, the likes of Steinway, Steck, Mason & Hamlin, Chickering and Sons, and Aeolian-Stroud built more than 20 million units prior to the 1940s. The restoration of a player piano typically takes Yen- serve as Master of Ceremony. Bryan Clark, professional vocalist and impressionist, will provide entertainment during dinner. Re- marks will be shared by Dewey Beach Mayor Robert Frederick. Tickets to the dinner theater can be purchased by calling Linda Bonville at 645-7644 or Janie Miller, 227-3118. Tickets are $25 for adults and $12 for children 15 and younger. No tickets will be sold at the door. The conclusion of the weekend celebration will be a community worship service scheduled for Monday, Jan. 20 at 10 a.m. at Wesley Chapel United Methodist Church in Slaughter Neck. During this time, community service awards will be presented to Vance G. Daniels, Nick Caggiano and Tyon E. Christopher for having demonstrated outstanding service to the community. The mission of the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration Or- ganization is to expose all people to positive role personalities and is a non-profit multi-racial group. gle about six months. His presen- tation will include videotape footage on piano restoration and the actual mechanical operation of the player. He will also discuss care and maintenance of old and new piano rolls. He has more than 5000 in his collection. Anyone with an old piano or player piano should bring the manufacturer's name and the seri- al number found inside the piano cabinet to the meeting. Yengle should be able to date the piece and give an idea of its value. This is the fourth in a series en- titled "The Music Goes Round and Round" presented by the Lewes Historical Society. Previ- ous meetings featured presenta- tions on mechanical music boxes, the Edison phonograph and the Victor Talking Machine. The meeting is free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be served following the presenta- tion. Every Friday is OLDIES NIGHT! January 10th "Kathie Martin" January 17th "The Honeycombs" January 24th "Kathie Martin" Don't Forget FRIDAY HAPPY HOUR Every Friday 4 to 9 in our Lounge 75 Roast Beef Sandwiches ' 50 Nachos $2.00 Rail Drinks S1.50 Drafts CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, January 1O - January 16, 1997 - 43 The Rusty Rudder Proudly Presents Our 1/2 Price Entree Value Menu SERVED SUNDAY THRU THURSDAY Starting at 4:30 Monday- Thursday 4 p.m. Sundays m ENTREES--- All entrees include our fresh bountiful salad bar (or a choice of a Ruddertowne Caesar or a California mixed greens), fresh bread, vegetable and an appropriate accompaniment. SEAFOOD ENTREES GOLDEN FRIED SHRIMP ...................................... $8.50 Jumbo Gulf shrimp, hand breaded and deep fried to a golden brown. BACKFIN CRAB CAKE ........................................ $9.95 All lump crabmeat, Eastern Shore style. Delicious! STUFFED GULF SHRIMP ...................................... $9.95 Jumbo shrimp stuffed with lump crab imperial and baked to a golden brown. LOBSTER TAIL ............................................. $17.95 Mouth watering lobster tail broiled to perfection, served with drawn butter and a lemon crown. COMBINATION ENTREES FRIED SEAFOOD COMBO ..................................... $11.50 An Eastern Shore favorite! All lump crab cake surrounded by large tender shrimp, fresh sea scallops, Jlllet of flounder and a Chesapeake Bay soft shell crab (summer season) or fried oysters (winter season). SEAFOOD LOVERS .......................................... $10.50 A bountiful selection of broiled shrimp, sea scallops, fillet of flounder and all on lump crabcake. CAPTAIN'S CATCH .......................................... $17.00 Little neck clams, sea scallops, jumbo shrimp, snow crab legs, mouth watering lobster tall and mussels served on one entree. CHICKEN ENTREES GRILLED CHICKEN OF THE DAY ........................... Market Price CHICKEN CHAmaS .......................................... $6.50 Strips of boneless breast sauteed with mushrooms, white ww and garl butte. CHICKEN CORDON BLEU ...................................... $7.50 Boneless breast of chicn faled with ham and swiss cheese, dlpped in parmesan bread crumbs and to a golden brown. Served with a cream sherry sauce. --- PRIME RIB OF BEEF--- AdmirLl's Cut $10.95 Regular Cut $8.50 Our prime rib Is slow roasted and seasoned just right. FILET MIGNON ............................................. $10.95 A delicious tenderloin broiled to perfection. RESTAURANT & SALOON DEWEY BEACH, DELAWARE Dickinson Street on the Bay 227-3888