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June 7, 1996

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BREAKFAST, LUNCH, DINNER The following movies are now playing in the resort area: Heaven's Prisoners: Thriller about a former Louisiana homi- cide detective who finds his now peaceful family life threatened by a web of murder and intrigue when he rescues a small child from a downed private plane. Based on the novels by James Lee Burke. Starring Alec Baldwin, Kelly Lynch and Teri Hatcher. Rated R. The Phantom: Action/adven- ture about a costumed crime fight- er who carries on his family's 400-year-old oath to fight piracy, greed and cruelty in all its forms. Based on the comic strip created by Lee Falk in 1936. Starring Bil- ly Zane, Treat Williams and Delaware native Kristy Swanson. Rated PG- 13. The Rock: Action flick about an untested FBI man who must utilize the expertise of a former prisoner to stop a group of terror- ists who have taken tourists hostage on Alcatraz Island and are threatening to bomb San Francis- co with deadly gas. Starring Nicolas Cage and Scan Connery. Rated R. The Arrival: Action about a radio announcer who believes that he has proven the impending ar- rival of aliens from outer space. Starring Charlie Sheen. Rated PG-13. Dragon Heart: Fantasy ad- venture set during the 10th centu- ry about a knight who teams up with a talking dragon to defeat an evil king - a king made virtually invulnerable by his possession of half of the dragon's heart. Star- ring Dennis Quaid and Scan Con- nery who provides the voice of the dragon. Rated PG- 13. Eddie: Comedy about what happens when the owner of a los- ing basketball team fires his head coach and vows to replace him with one of the team's fans. Star- ring Whoopi Goldberg. Rated PG-13. Mission Impossible: Thriller about how a member of the Im- possible Missions Force (a highly trained and specialized group of intelligence agents who create elaborate ruses to topple govern- ment enemies) seeks out a list containing the names of top un- dercover agents stationed around the world. Based on the "IV series created by Bruce Geller. Starring Tom Cruise. Rated PG-13. Spy Hard: Broad spoof of the James Bond movies about a re- tired secret agent who is lured back to active duty to stop an old nemesis again bent on world dom- ination. Starring Leslie Nielsen as agent WD-40 and Nicolette Sheri- dan. Rated PG- 13. Twister: Romantic adventure about a team of unfunded scien- tists who chase down tornadoes in an effort to measure their intensi- fies and learn how to tame them. Directed by Jan De Bont ("Speed") from a screenplay by Michael Crichton ("Jurassic Park"). Starring Helen Hunt. Rated PG-13. The Truth About Cats and Dogs: Romantic comedy about two women - a beautiful model and a brainy veterinarian - who team up to win the affection of a "perfect man" the vet met through her radio call-in show. Starring Janeane Garofalo, Uma Thurman and Ben Chaplin. Rated PG-13. Fargo: Dark comedy/thriller about a female law enforcement official investigating multiple murders in a small town. Starring Frances McDormand and Steve Buscemi. Rated R. Primal Fear: Drama about an ambitious attorney who defends a young man accused of murdering a Catholic archbishop. Starring Richard Gere and Mary McDon- nell. Rated R. IRISH EYES 00'ANGLERS PUB & MESTAURANT LUNCH. FRo 11:30 AM. OPEN DAILY 7 A.M.- 9:30 P.M. (SATURDAYTIL 10 P.N].) Waterfront on Angler's Road, Lewes Harbor. 645-6888 Seaside Nature Center offers June programs The June program schedule at the Seaside Nature Center has been announced. The following programs will be offered June 20- Sept. 2. For more information or to register, call 645-6852. "Seining" will take place at 10 a.m. every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. The limit is 30 persons and tickets may be picked up at 9 a.m. "Cape Escapes" will be held at 10 a.m. on Thursdays. This hike will uncover mysteries of the Cape Region. "Kids' Corner" will be held each Sunday at 2 p.m. for ages five through 15. The limit is 15 children. Each Sunday will fea- ture a different nature program. "Early Bird Adventures" will be held at 7:30 a.m. every Wednes- day, interested persons should meet at the Nature Center. Two day camps are scheduled at the Seaside Nature Center as well The "Young Artisans Camp" will run from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. July 1 through 4 p.m. The camp is de- signed for ages 10 through 12 and the fee is $100 per week which in- eludes materials. ATLANTI( THEATERS Fd.. June 7 - Thurs.. Jun9 II Midway Palace Theatre 645-0200 PRIMAL FEAR (2.'06)(R) 2 Shorn N;ghtly 7:00 9:.30 ARRNAL (1:49)(PG-13) 2 Shows Highly 7:00 9:30 lWlSTER (1:57)(PG-13) 2 Shows Nlghay 7:10 9:30 BIRDCAGIE (2"00)(9) 2 Shows Hlghay 7:00 9:.30 F/O2 (ley 7:,5 9:30 MISSION IMPOSSIBLE (1:57)(PG-13) 2 Shows NighSy 7.'00 9:.30 11"1E RMNTOM (1:41)(PG-13) 2 Shows Nighlly 7:15 9:.30 Rainy Day Matinee Everu OaU l p.m. Rehoboth Mall Cinema Rehoboth Mall. Route One. Rehoboth Beach 648-O2OO /trr CATS t DOGS (1:37)(P13) 2 Shorn Ntghey 7:15 9:.30 EDOIE (1:38)(PG-13) 2 Shows Nigly 7:00 9:30 DRAGONHEART (1:43)(PG- 13) 2 Shows NIgh/ 7:00 9:30 SPY2HARDtPG'13) 7:15 9:.30 11 ROCK (2:10} R 2 Shows Niglty 7.'00 9:.3O HEAVBIS IISONERS 11) R 2 Shows Hlghgy 7.'00 9:30 Rainy Day Matinee Eeeql j1p.m CAPE GAZET][, Friday, June 7 - June 13, 1996 - 57 Lighthouse Restaurant DINNER ON THE HARBOR Crab Cakes, Fresh Fish, Shrimp NIGHTLY DINNER SPECIALS AVAILABLE Q4NNND OUTDOOR DECK & GRILLS OPEN BAR SPECIALS HawyHr TUESOM. HOT MNOS i=wm THtIIWOAY. IIPECIAL 1,q I,. I1 S Cm, $ Mmeas- 14 FIMMY-Ir Tsme .rid m C, pt,k= SliNkY. 11 lun.-4 p,. 645-6271 Lighthouse Restauront At Fisherman's Wharf In Lewes