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LJII;LJ11 J U[ LLJLI UIJLI LIILLL JILJIUI The following movies are now" playing in the resort area: • My Best Friend's Wedding - Responding to her fans' ardent pleas for another romantic come- dy, pretty woman Julia Roberts stars as a cynical food critic des- perate to break up her best friend/love interest (played by Dylan McDermott) and his yuppie fianc6e (played by Cameron Di- az). Rated PG-13. • Barman and Robin: Better make room in the Batmobile. It's hard to name how many A-list ac- tors you'll find on the marquee of this summer blockbuster. "E.R." heartthrob George Clooney dons the Bat-suit, and is backed-up by super hero prot6g6s Bat Boy (Chris O'Donnell) and Bat Girl (Alicia Silverstone). As arch-ene- mies you'll see Poison Ivy (Urna Thurman) and Mr. Freeze (Arnold Swarzenneger). Rated PG- 13. • Speed 2: Cruise Control - Fasten your seat belts, Sandra Bullock ("While You Were Sleep- ing") is at it again in this sequel to the 1995 action thriller. Join her and co-star Jason Patrick ("The Lost Boys" and "Sleepers") for a high-flying adventure at sea with the bad guys. Rated PG-13. • Breakdown - Kurt Russell stars as a man who tries to rescue his wife after the couple has car trouble on a deserted interstate. Rated R. • Gone Fishin' - Danny Glover and Joe Pesci are "cast" as life- long pals Gus and Joe who fall book, line and sinker into trouble with hilarious consequences. Rat- ed PG. • The Lost Woritk Jurassic Park: Something has survived... It looks as though it may have been the sequel to Steven Spiel- berg's monster box office hit. Stars Jeff Goldblum. Rated PG 13. • Addicted to Love: The per- feet date movie for anyone who's Lewes Historical Society sets Antiques Fair for June 28 Building on a successful run of antique shows that spans more than three decades, the Lewes Historical Society is beginning its outdoor "antiqbe hunting" season a little early this year. Saturday, June 28 will be the first of two Antique Fairs sponsored by the Lewes Historical Society this summer. According to Judy Roberts, An- tiques Fair chairman, the Histori- cal Society has typically held its annual antique show on the first Saturday of August on the grounds of the Historical Com- plex on Third and Shipcarpenter Streets in Lewes. "Our August track record has been pretty re- markable," Roberts commented. "The weather is always hot and ber a rain out. We are optimistic that the addition of a second Fair will start a fresh tradition for the Society, and that the weather will cooperate, too." This year's early show has al- ready attracted many dealers and antique show folks from Ohio. Pennsylvania, New York. New Jersey, Maryland. Virginia and Delaware. "The idea for the June Fair came from not only the peo- ple who participated in past shows, but many visitors who came to our Antiques Fair sug- gested adding a second event," Roberts said. She polled her ex- hibitors and they agreed that late June would be an ideal time for a second show. The June Antiques Fair will be ever been dumped. Starring Meg Ryan and Matthew Broderick ("Ferris Bueller's Day Off"), this movie is sure to satisfy all of your revenge fantasies. Rated R. • Austin Powers - International Man of Mystery: Mike Myers ("Saturday Night Live" and "Wayne's World") makes a "most excellent" showing as the title character in this flick. Myers stars as a 1960's throw-back who at- tempts to re-capture his glory days as a polyester-wearing, eight- track playing Romeo caught in a time warp of Secret Agent Man proportions. Rated PG- 13. • The Fifth Element - A futur- istic action thriller starring Bruce Willis ("Moonlighting," "Die Hard" and "12 Monkeys") and heralded as the next "Star Wars." Rated R. • Buddy - Renee Russo buddys up to a mechanical primate in this feature, which will leave you swinging in the trees. Rated PG. • Con Air - Nicholas Cage and John Malcovich take to the not- so-friendly skies in a thrilling, fly- by-the-seat-of-your-pants drama. Rated R. • Liar, Liar - Jim Carrey proves he's no Abe Lincoln in this flick, where telling the truth is a challenge. Rated PG-13. • Fri., June 20 - Thurs., June 26 Midway Palace Theatre Midway Shopping Center. Route One. Rehoboth Beach 645-0200 THE LOST WORLD: JURASSIC PARK (2:10)(PG-13) 2 Shows Nightly 7:00 9:30 BATMAN AND ROBIN (2:06)(PG-13) 2 Shows Nightly 7:00 9:30 SPEED PART 2: CRUISE CONTROL (2:06)(PG-13) CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 20, June 26, 1997 - 73 Lighthouse Restaurant At Fisherman's Wharf in Lewes. 645-6271 Dine overlooking the Lewes waterfront and fishing fleet. t.-k-k**-k-k**-k I Receive a FREE Cruise ticket with every adult entree ordered between 4 p.m. & 5:30 p.m. nightly. Cruise leaves Fisherman's Wharf at 7 p.m. and returns at 9 p.m. Includes a historical narration of Lewes Canal and Delaware Breakwater area. blr-k-k-k.-k.-k-k. usually dry. I don't ever remem- open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Ad-. 2 Shows Nightly 7:00 9:30 ,, .... ,.., ..... ,_.._ mission is still only $1. and chil- AUSTIN POWERS: Drawbridae. Bar. Specials I atml.ta pzv.etttttuun dren under 17 mtnmrtzni==d hv n HITLMANOFMYSI'ERY (1:27)(PG-13) I slated for June 24  adult are.admitted free. " " """"" '" °" MON., TUES., WED.- $1.25 bottled domestics, $2mngs In,00thatc00p, cr00wl, hopor Food00and homemade baked fly will be the focus of a lecture items will be sold at the complex. -,,,,-,-,-w-, • THURS. , Cruise Night . Semi-final drawings for Caribbean Cruise : and slide presentation on Tuesday, , , ,_. HUIUAR(l:27)(I:,-13) [] FRI'-DJCapL JOE' 25’ Tacos.Giveaways .:= • i Jtm, e]2li]:Tpii; =tile Seaside CALLRICK :H H • Will headOutsidcand put their ........ I -Ill ,,)mn- ,?v :ii ::knowing e io'inobrving •  - B .,.,on,.,..,,,.,o.,,.. : .... : ' °* " '  " " ::]. " • ;.." '  and Ptlors/- " . Meals on Wheels of Lewes & HP':u'"-'' ENTERTAINMENT R h . - - znnowsngmy : . e oboth, ine.,willholditsannu-  i l'l")iRi -77 Damn CatS al yard sale fdnd-raiser on Aug. 29 i] '?1. "" beginning at 8 a.m. Donations of li] -,,,,-,,w ..... household items, jewelry, tools H CON AIR(l:55)(R) dishes annliances etc. arp P- /=_ - I [il 2ShowsNighlly 7.' 9.'30 quested. ;;nations 'are being "a c- Call RIck Whaley for, 'WlEDDING (1 45)(PG 13) Saturday, June 21 cepted daily at the Meals on great deal this summer : " Wheels office locatedon Route 9 on a new car or truclL 2Sh0wsNighUy 7:10 9:30 8 p.m. - 11 p.m. in Belltown. The office is half GONE RSHIN (1:34)(PG) mile west of Five Points on the C P00DIVER "k "k right. For directions to drop off BREAKDOWN (1:35)(R) items, call 645-7449, Monday RL 1 ,.Lewes-Rehoboth • 645-6221 2 Shows Nightly 7:20 9:30 SERVING MEALS 7 AM - 9:30 PM Fridays and Saturdays 'til 10 P.M. through Friday, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Cty.ikk.Poae.Okm.GaCTnd tllffl₯1Mlli 1.01 1 r r I I I