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Oennls Fomey photo Rotary readies for Ham and Oyster Dinner Lewes-Rehoboth Rotary Club's 42nd Annual Ham and Oys- ter Dinner will be held Saturday, Feb. 1 in the cafeteria of Lewes Middle School on Savannah Road in Lewes. The all you can eat dinner includes fried oysters, sliced ham, Sussex County corn bread, gree beans, stewed tomatioes, macaroni and cheese, cole slaw and dessert and coffee. Members of Rotary, an international service organization, prepare and serve the meal with the help of Lewes Middle School cafeteria workers and members of Lewes boy scout troop. Tickets for the dinner are $13 in advance or $14 at the door, $4 for those 12 and under. The dinner will be served from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. For further information about the dinner, call 645-4567 or 645)663. Shown here with posters being distributed to publicize the event are (l-r) Billy Martin, Debbie Markwood and Doug Mar- shall. Tickets are available from any member of Rotary in- cluding Tom Bastholm, James Beebe Jr., William Berry, Charles Blancken, Jane Brady, Hank Brittingham, Tom Byrne, George Chambers, Bruce Chilcoat, Rick Cleaver, Rich Collins, Harry "Hap" Crystal, and Connie Dulin. Also, George Elliott, Paul Flexer, Dennis Forney, Bill Gallery, Susan Giove, Judy George-Thompson, Joe Hudson, Wally Hudson, George Hunsicker, Craig Karsnitz, Halsey Knapp, Bob Lore, Herb Macia, Mike Makowski, Debbie Mark- wood, Doug Marshall, Billy Martin, Dan McCarthy, Dave Me- Manus and Frank Mercer. Also, Bob Raley, Andrew Ratner, Tom Reale, Anis Saliba, Don Wilkinson, Milliard Wflbanks, Bob Wotring and Bill Zeit. OPEN FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY, MONDAY ? Lamp Post Weekly Dinner Specials - Tender Prime Rib Served with soup and bottomless caesar salad $13.95 Monday - Shrimp Night All you can eat spicy steamed PYO shrimp $14.50 - Fish Fry All you can eat fried flounder, shrimp, scallops, clam strips and steak fries $13.95 Wednesday - BBQ Baby Back Ribs All you can eat! $13.95 - Thursday - Pasta Night Your choice of three different pastas and three sauces $8.50 - Super Combo All you can eat! Choose any combination of the fvllowing items: Fried oysters, fried flounder, steamed shrimp, BBQ spare ribs and snow crab legs $17.95 Seafood Appetizer Bar also available A Local Favorite Since 1962 Open Daily 7 a.m. Breakfl Lunch . Dinner Rt. 1 at Rt.24 Rehoboth (302) 645-9132 The following movies are playing in the resort area: | Beverly Hills Ninja - COme- dy ace Chris Farley (Saturday Night Live, "Black Sheep") krate chops his way through this fil m . The Relic - Thriller in which a supernatural being lurks sqme- where within the city. Rated R. The People Versus Larry Flynt. Woody Harrelson stas as the infamous publisher of Hqstler magazine. Flynt's 17-yeati-old stripper girlfriend Althea is Ipor- trayed by Hole's Courtney Eove. Rated R. Turbulence - Ray Liottal and Lauren Holly fly the not-so- friendly skies together in !this thriller that'll make W viewers ant to take an aisle seat. Rated R Ghosts of Mississippi - Dra - ma depicting the trial of ByropDe La Bcckwith (James Woods)l the white racist who killed civil rights activist Medgar Evers. DireCted by Rob Reiner, courtroom stars Alec Baldwin as the assi; D.A. who wins the case Medgars' widow (Whoopi berg). Rated PG- 13. CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, January 17 - January 23, 1997 - 51 The English Patient - Set on the eve of World War II, Ralph Fi- ennes develops an attraction to a married aristocrat (played hy Kristin Scott Thomas). Rated R. Michael - Directed hy Nora Ephron (Sleepless in Seattle), John Travolta stars as an angel who comes to Earth to enlighten curious tabloid reporters (played by Andie MacDowell and William Hurt). Rated PG. One Fine Day - Michelle Pfeiffer and George Clooney star as two single parents who become involved after accidentally swap- ping cellular phones in a taxi. It's an old-fashioned romantic come- dy set-up brought into the 90s. Rated PG. My Fellow Americans - Jack Lemmon and James Garner star as ex-presidents who stumble into all sorts of trouble after their terms are up. Rated PG- 13. Beavis and Butt-head Do America - Using clever dialogue and a catchy storyline, Mike Judge's MTV cartoon characters are featured in a warped jaunt cross-country to escape the clutches of the bad guys. Rated PG-13. Scream - Drew Barrymore and Neve Campbell (Party of Five) star in this thriller about teens who take horror movies too seriously. Also features Friends' Courtney Cox as an off-beat. Rat- ed R. Jerry Maguire - Tom Cruise plays a high-powered sports agent who works for a high-profile sports management agency. Cruises' Maguire stumbles into a new kind of life with single mom Dorothy (played by newcomer Rennee Zellweger). Directed by Cameron Crowe (Say Anything and Singles). Rated R. Prints of"Woodburn" now available Artist Marjorie Ege's award winning painting of the Governor's Residence, "Woodburn" arc available for sale to commemorate Gov. Carper's 1997 inauguration. Twenty-five artist proofs - signed by all eight living governors - have been commissioned for this event. The prints include a special remark by Egee and are available for $1,000. The limited-edition prints are available only through Woodburn. Call Sande Price at (302) 739-5656 for more information. Proceeds benefit The Woodburn Foundation, a non-profit organization charged with the upkeep and restoration of furnishings in the historic Dover residence. ATLANTI( THEATERS FrL. Jan. 17 - Thurs., Jan. " Midway Palace 645-0200 THE RELIC (1:50)(R) 2 Shows Fd. - SaL 7:15 1 Show Mon. Thurs, 8.0 METRO (1:57)(R) 2 Shows Fn. - Sat. 7:00 1 Show Mm. - "l'hu. 7:45 JERRY MAGUIRE (2:25)(R) 2 Shows Fri. - Sat. 7:00 1  g0n. - Thws. 7:45 THE ENGLISH PATIENT (2:42)(R) 1 Show Night 7:30 ONE FINE DAY (1:52)(PG) 2 Shows Fn. - SaL 7:15 1 Show Mon.- Thurs. 7:30 MICHAEL (1:46)(PG) 2 Shows Ffi. - Sat. 7:00 1 Show Mon.- Thurs. 7:45 MY FELLOW AMERICANS (1:42)(PG-1' 2 Shows Fd. - SaL 7:00 1 Show g0n. - 11urs. 7:45 MATINEE SATURDAY. SUNDAY & MONDAY AT 1:00 PM WEDNESDAY NIGHTS ALL SEATS Rehoboth Mall Cinema Rehoboth MaIL Route One. Rehoboth Beach 645-0200 tE PEOPLE VERSt LARRY FIJNT 2 Shows Fd. - Sat. 7:00 1 Show Mort. - Thurs. 7:45 2 Shows Fn. - Sat. 7:00 I Show Mort. - Thur 8:00 TURBULENCE (1:40)(R) 2Shows Fd. - SaL 7:10 . 1 Show Mon. - 111ur 8:OO / | GHOST OF MISSISSIPPI (2:11)(PG-3)-- 2 Shows Fd. - Sat 7.0 9:.30 1 Show Mo. - Thur 7:45 SCREAM:(I:40)(R) 2 Shows Fri. - SaL 7.'00 9:.30  I Show Mon.- Thurs. ,7:45 l IEVERLYI'i.L.S I (1:29) (PC13) l  2 Shows Fn. - Sat. 7:OO 9:.3 1 Show Mo..Tur 7:45 1! TUESDAy' NIGHTS ALL SEATS $4LS0 LRighthouse estaurant At Fisherman's Wharf in Lewes. 645-6271 Closed During The Winter On Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday In the Drawbridge Bar FRIDAYS -7 DO Capt 25 TacOs ] MONDAYS '1 Burgers SUNDAYS *2 B00ody MalTS BREAKFAST, LUNCH, DINNER 7 a.m.- 9:00 p.m. Fri. and Sat. 7a.m. 11 9:00 p.m.