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50 - CAPE GAZETYE, Friday, June 7 - June 13, 1996 The Next Wave, the United States Naval Academy Band's jazz ensemble, will perform at The Methodist Manta- House in Seaford on Saturday, June 8. The Next Wave Navy Jazz Band to perform at Methodist Manor House The Next Wave, the United States Naval Academy Band's jazz ensemble, will appear at 2:30 p.m., Saturday, June 8 at the Methodist Manor House, 1001 Middleford Road, Seaford. The Next Wave is one of the finest jazz bands in the Navy and is always a popular attraction wherever it appears. Under the di- rection of Senior Chief Musician Randy Martell, The Next Wave is 17 of the most highly skilled mu- sicians in the country. They are professional musicians all, and avid jazz lovers keeping the big band sound alive in America. Their music includes time-tested arrangements, by the likes of Goodman, Ellington, Basie and Miller as well as the more con- temporary names of Maynard Fer- guson, Rob McConnell and Bob Florence. In addition to the well- attended concerts, the group per- forms as a dance band for a vari- ety of official military functions, including formal midshipman balls. Featured with The Next Wave are Master Chief Gary Wolfe, trumpet; Senior Chief Tom Steele, vocals and tenor saxophone; Mu- sician First Class Tracy Ford, vo- GET AWAY FROM THE OVERCROWDED DOWNTOWN BEACH SCENE! Relax in our lounge and enjoy our daily bar specials. Play darts and shoot pool for free! Milford Heritage Festival set June 22 The Milford Museum, Milford Memorial Hospital and Downtown Milford, Inc. are collaborating on a full day of fun and fitness celebra- tion on Saturday, June 22. Marguerite Ashley, Program Manager, prondses an attractive and educational historic walking tour of Milford with marked mileage so that participants can exercise a measured dis- tance and learn about the town's history at the same time. Recent DHC McKinstry award winner William Thiesen will present a slide talk on Milford's wooden shipbuilding industry. Many childrens' activities will be available, including old fashioned lawn games and musical entertainment. For more information, call Marguerite Ashley at 422-1108. calist; Musician Second Class Cathy Stiles, tenor saxophone; Musician Second Class Blake Cramer, vibraphone; Musician Second Class Dan Drew, trom- bone; and Musician Second Class Gerry Granat, clarinet and alto saxophone. The staff arranger, Musician Second Class Rob Vuono, sup- plies the group with a never-end- ing supply of new and exciting se- lections as well as occasionally performing on trumpet, piano or as a vocalist. For more information call 629- 4593 or 800-775-4593. Live Entertainment Every Wednesday & Saturday 9 - 1 A.M. lease join us for glorious lunches and divine dinners on our sun-splashed harborside deck or our Caribbean inspired white linen dining room. Open Daily Sunday - Thursday 11 a.m.- I0 p.m. Friday & Saturday 11 a.m,-1 a.m. Reservations are recommended to avoid disappointment Front & Market Streets Lewes 645-7866 Larnp Post at the Beach! Serving the Freshest Seafood, Thick & Tender Handout Steaks, Veal, Chicken and Morel A Local Favorite Since 1962 Open Daily 7 a.m. Breakfast * Lunch * Dinner Rt. 1 at Rt. 24 Rehoboth (302) 645-9132 Rehoboth BP, DE Whether you're looking for an American Style Bistro, or an elegant garden dining experience, Woody's offers the best of both worlds. Happy Hour 4 - 7 Dinner 5 - I0 1/2 Price Appetizers Nightly Specials Ave 1 nterta iment 2 Christian Street For More Info. Rehoboth Beach, DE 302-227-2561 THE HISTORIC DINNER BELL-INN 1938 - 1996 Unique Accomodations Complimentary Parking BAKERY at the Historic Dinner Bell Inn I 7 A.M. - 11:30 A.M.. Sat. & Sun. Fresh Baked Goods Croissants J __ Coffees Bagels Cappuccino