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Page 2-The Journal Opinion-January 27, 1982 Arts and iEntertalnment I American Le00ion scholarship MONTPELIER - The Anlerican Legion. Depart- tnlent Vernmnt, announced Book sales 810.250 o, gift to Dartmouth fund HANOVER-- The Dartmouth Dartmouth during the decade Bookstore here recently redeemed a pledge it made more than two years ago by presenting a check for $10,250 to an official of Dartmouth College. The pledge involved the store, the wife of a president emeritus of Dart- mouth and the Campaign for Dartmouth--a five-year capital fund drive that aims to raise 185 million dollars by the end of 1982. The story of the pledge begins with a book, "It&apos;s Different - at Dartmouth," written by Jean A. Kemeny, wife of Dartmouth's 13th president, John G. Kemeny, and published in the fall of 1979. When the book, which is of the 1970's was published, the Dartmouth Bookstore promised to donate $5 to the Campaign for each copy of the book the Bookstore sold. Now, a little more than two years and 2,050 copies later, the Bookstore has made good its pledge. The $10,250 check was made to Josiah Stevenson IV, director of development at the college, by Phobe Storm Stebbins, owner of the Bookstore, in memory of her father, Adna D. Storrs, who was associated with the store in the late 19th and early 2Oth centuries and owned and managed it from 1916 to 1953. Starts was a member of the Class of 1899 at Dartmouth hwlay through Department lleadquarters in Montpelier, thai $3.(N)0 in scholarship aid will again be awarded by The American l,egion for the 25th consecu{ ivc year. All deserving seniors in Vernmnl lligh Schools who desire further education beyond Ihe high school level are eligible, said a Legion spokesman. For further information high school seniors should consult their school principals or guidance counselors. Applicalion forms may also be obtained from The American Legion. l)eparlment of Ver- nmnI, P.O, Box 39;. Mont- pelter. VI. 056112. NOTES & COMMENTS You can recognize your friends by the fact that they S. Newbury Area News Virginia Smith came home Friday after a week at Cottage Hospital for tests. Mrs. Olmstead also came home from Cottage Hospital Friday, where she has been for some days with a heart condition. Peter Cole and Melanie Collier fire expected home this weekend from Southern California where they have been enjoying a two-week holiday, taking in Disneyland and the San Diego Zoo. Melanie has many relatives and friends in California. They have phoned to say the weather was perfect -- hope they can say the same when they get back. Chimney Fire Three fire trucks were , summoned last weekend to i put out a chimney fire in Alice .... Merrill's former home in Happy Hollow. Women's Fellowship The Women's Fellowship will meet at Virginia Fuller's next Tuesday afternoon, Jan. 26. Isabel Whitney will give a short talk on early versions of They started off with a "Dungeons and Dragons" game and resumed the play in the morning after breakfast. A good time seemed to have been had by all. Selenda Crow's kitchen has had one more setback. Two men arrived Friday ready to lay vinyl but found the plywood underlay had bad places. Another week to lay fresh plywood. When strip labels and facing slips start flying around the S. Newbury Post Office it means 007 Sylvester is very mad about something and his iron cable tail is lashing back and forth. It seems he was mad because he was getting HIGH HONORS AT VTC W. TOPSHAM-- A spokesman for the Vermont Technical Isabel Whitney 866-5676 writer's cramp from filling out lines with zeros What really annoyed him most was that the instructions said if there wasn't something on each line the form would be deemed not to have been filled out. Sylvester is not going to be deemed. Monday night's earthquake tremor was felt by nearly everyone who was indoors at the time, but apparently not by those who were driving. To your correspodent it sounded exactly like a lopsided heavy load in the washing machine and aroused fears that the furnace had exploded. Charles Cole noticed his tools jangling on their hooks; others were alarmed by dishes clattering on the shelves. .W%< l 1-ve old My name is Ervin Putnam , one-year-old on 30. My parents are concerned with Mrs. Kemeny's life as First Lady of and was awarded an honorary sometimes have no favors to A.D. degree by the College in ask. 1950. and Cindy Putnam, COMMUNITY HEALTH SERVICES in Bath. My College in Randolph has an- NORWICH-- There will he a are Mr. and Mrs. nounced that Isaac Vatnick of Community Health Services Ash, Bath and Mr. W. Topsham has received high Inc., Town Nurse at the Mrs. Jasper honors for academic Norwich Senior Center on achievement at the college Wednesday, Jan. 27 from 9:00 Piermont. My during the fall semester of a.m to 1:00 p.m The nurse Grandparents are Mr, 1981. Dartmouth prepares for 72nd Winter Carnival HANOVER-:- If the theme of festivity, according to Steve Jump Championship, the the 1982 Dartmouth Winter Carnival, "Adventures on the lligh Freeze," proves to be as prophetic as some themes of past years, the weekend of Feb. II-14 will be another mighty cold one in the North Country. This year marks the 72nd annual celebration of Dart- mouth's winterfest as the oldest collegiate winter carnival in the nation. Over the years, it has traditionally been a weekend filled with a variety of athletic, cultural and social events. Although once considered "the Mardi Gras of the Nor- th," it is no longer a public Nelson, Director of the Collis Student Center and advisor for the Winter Carnival Council. "Rather," he said, "Winter Carnival in recent years has become primarily a function for Dartmouth students and their guests. This is in part a result of the College's move to coeducation in 1972, said Nelson, who added that vir- tually all social events are by invitation only. "Of course, there are still traditional public-oriented activities," he said, citing the "Carnival on Ice" skating show, the Citizen's Classic Cross- Country Race, the Invitational and Eastern Collegiate Ski SHARKY'S intercollegiate ski meet, and other athletic contests and cultural events. A visual treat each year will still be the oversized snow sculpture on the College Green, along with the smaller statues erected by frater- nities, sororities and dor- mitories around the campus, all reflecting the Carnival theme. The record snowfall already on the ground has been welcomed by this Car- nivai's co-chairmen, Jim Coulter, a senior from Lock- port, N.Y., and Mike Golum, a junior from Dobbs Ferry, N.Y., in contrast to the "snow droughts" of the past "two winters when only the students' tremendous ingenuity and resourcefulness made it possible to carry on the snow sculpture tradition. Still the center of Carnival activity, as they have been since the first Carnival in 191 I, the skiing events will get under way on Thursday, Feb. II, at the Hanover Country BICYCLE WINNER-- Katrina DeRonde, 9, of Plateau Acres in Bradford, won this bicycle in a Montgomery Ward's Christmas Coloring Contest. Katrina and her parents, John and Cheryl DeRonde, picked up the bicycle last Wednesday when this photo was taken. Standing with Katrina is Montgomery Ward's Bradford manager Kathy Thibault (left) and her daughter Amy. the Bible. The program originally scheduled was on astronomy with slides shown by Tom Estil of Oxbow. This has been postponed because it was a special request of Mrs. Hannah Myrick and she is presently in Cottage Hospital. Ryan Grow had seven overnight guests Thursday. will be checking for glaucoma, Mrs. Ervin Dodge, hypertension and weight Mr. and Mrs. William ODELL WALKER BAND problems. Lisbon; Mr. and AT WILLIAMSTOWN DANCE WILLIAMSTOWN-- The Odell VALLEY COOP William Putnam, Walker Band will perform at a PRESCHOOL mont and Mr. and benefit dance at the BRLDFORD-- There will be a Norman Davis, Williamstown Casino on Jan. meeting of the Valley Coop My godparents are 29. Admission $4.00 per person Preschool at the home of -- BYOB, set-ups available. Storm OdeU in Bradford on and Mrs. James For reservations call 658-2238. Feb. 9 at 8:00 p.m. Piermont. GRUBBY By Warren Sattler RURAL DELIVERY THE DOC SAID Z SHOULDTf ," VtNK 0TIN UT WTI ,- HE,VV ) HEAVVI L[[,[( , WTER. t' , WATER I WATER IS I HARD WATER! I ROLE, GO OUT I ANDGET ME I SOME HARD I - / ../ _.11_ " ] iii:ii ........ By Ai Smith STARSCOPE Clare Amwdl WEEK OF: JANUARY 28, 1982 AQUARIUS - January 21-February 19 Make an effort to hold on to your wallet; speculators have their eye you. Otherwise, you're very much in control, most effectively home environment. PISCES - February 20-March 20 Use a low-key approach to gain new insights into the of a loved one. Old friends and relatives may decide to visit you -. in0. $4.00 at one time. ARIES - March 21-April 20 FORE You're getting along swimmingly with people in general, sffeteriabe Aquarius people in particular are drawn to you. If trying to material published, this can be a lucky week. NAAN, N TAURUS - April 21-May 22 !rting at i in a professional, academic or volunteer assignment, standard F lane Sac cedures bring faster results than experimental schemes. Dom matter is resolved by Monday-Tuesday. ',FORD: [ II Ill In these times of high inflation Flanders Travel offers you salvation. ...... 00CHINE : StarringBurt Reynol-(is Rated R "The French Lieutenant's Woman" ends Thursday ! r m ; ml,m i l i G |lii III llll[il II II J- As we work to get you there We always seek the lowest fare. seasanM"rrav00r I HOUSE 649-.50070 ..O. $OX 2,.50 NOKWiCH, I/1:. III I ' -lll ! l l Central St. I ll Woodwillo,, N. H. "d To  One Of rne Ftnst S00ht new d i" SATURDAY, JANUARY 30TH ;'SUPER SINGER" DANCING 8:30 P.M. - 12:30 A.M. i I Hill No BlOMtm$ NO Hits Allowed ii i i i Club, with the Citizen's CsiCross-Country Race, a GRAMP A'S B Y ..... comersmass-start race opne to all  ,,':?- '\\;\ ]  [ "H.,,. !' '""/" Intercollegiate ski cam- [ A/,UIJ petition will begin the followip.g day, Friday, Feb. 12, with the women's slalom and  I men's giant slalom races at the Dartmouth Skiway in Lyme, N.H., and the men's and women's individual cross- .[ country races at Garripay Field here off Lyme Read.  \\; Cross-country relay races, v - -v-L men's slalom and women's giant slalom races will be held on Saturday, Feb. 13. Ski Championship NAPOLEON C, NO/I-IERE COES TH" OL" MAN TIT OVENS T' DOG'. / LETo GET OUT GEMINI -- May 23-June 21  p.m. FIc If entering any partnership plan, be sure to work out even the ttnl LLS RI\\; rch oft details. Unexpected opposition can put a work idea on hold. EId. " " h ! Vou o pe,-sor,! minter. , - :! 757-2206. CANCER - June 22-July 22 Enjoy the support -- moral, not financial -- of a one-time ho family member. Shy person can be your strongest ally if you him/her a more important role. LEO - July 23-Augunt 22 Younger relative is stubborn about having his/her own way, an flare-up may be unavoidable. On a brighter note, financial gains spotlighted starting Monday, VIRGO - August 23-September 22 Loved one is highly persuasive , making it hard for you to take an, jective stand on domestic or social matter. Influential business cont can be made on the weekend. UBli - September 23-October 22 You can express feelings honestly as you review a relationship fronti new perspective. Youngsters are unpredictable. Working condtti By McBrid and Moore ON I-tOW TO ICE Invitational and Eastern  OF NERE/ Collegiate Ski Jump Cnam- pionship, which normally draws between 4,000 and 6,000   .1 ! V % ( spectators, will be held ( Saturday afternoon at the SAGrrTARIUS - Nomb 22-December 22 Dartmouth 40-meter jump, Energy level is high; be selective in choosing a creative or outlet. Emphasis is m launching ar renewing Io g-t near the edge of the Hanover relationships. Golf Course, also off the Lyme Road in Hanover. ff -II CAJPIRICORN - December 23.January 20 This year, for the first time, z'/ the Skating Club at Dartmouth will present two performances at Thompson Ar.ena of that are beginning to improve noticeably. SCORPIO - October 23-Nombr 21 A discovery week, in which you find lost objects -- or You may be asked to resume a domestic responsibility; this make all necessary enquiries. outlet. Emphasis is on launching or renewing long-term projects' Some deceptions are at play in career environment; a contact, for example, may be less important than you think. romance, partner is unexpectedly open and generous. TWITCH by How' Rands ON i(.= I BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK colorful and popular ex- 0 /_ (f)/.. , ......... I Unpredictable and fixed in your opinions; also, a humanitari.n trav aganza, the "Carnival on T VALL...VI-5 "rlE  ICe, k J/,, ll00k 'M adventurer and a very independent soul. You prove yourself Ice,' In addition to an 8:00 FAIib'T OF AJ.L..P KtX \\; pie person" this year, helping individuals in need.and, p.m. Saturday evening per-   Jrh\\; Ilill 11 ill yourself, another on Sunday afternoon January 28th, actor Paul Newman; 29h, actor John I at 2 p.m. actress Tammy Grimes; 31st, actress Jean Simmons; For the more culturally actor Sherman Hemsley; 2nd, comedian Tom Smothers; inclined, the Hopkins Center dian Shelley Barman. will feature a number of musical and th ea trical events [leho] throughout the Carnival . _ _ _ ARO55 39: Knave of Players will present four IT JUST SO HAPPENED by Kern r J't[[ll N -'" 77_[., 41. Shoftofliht performances of their version I 1. Toke owoy clubs of Giraudoux's "The Mad- ,u. rw,u, 42. Viper 11 Reverence ........ /" _. woman of Chaillot," and the C'ON.aLI/JS . III'-'$'Z"  Unm,_..e le.rt,_.,._,.__._ L_._ By coai .uLm .I.z*e m. m-e-a m...nn m --x ..'. 4. ,.rory H" Y o.istonts Dartmouth Glee Club and the "",i:.., . J/KIJ[O .''v _]1 worn. "raeneie.Ai.n.o, rutormeeor-  14. r,e away 46. Poimof Barbary Coast Jazz Ensemble "--- ,,/. ,,iL' - '3,t rt mesaiq (or aenmuonl, t2.3# \\; 15. Kind of compass will be on hand for their " UO/'v,//A/OXA4/L1./O/VdI/? TX- Se0rey0urselfssfoB0ws: t Fair  ewergreeO 47 Notice ....... v 4orreet-Excellent |Coffee - / 16.Footlike port 48" Gifts traditional Carnival concerts PAGE ('o.4Z r-Rtz 'q_-/6#P 3Carrot Good t-0Om't Poor ]8.  eogla 501 Thursday and Saturday I.//Vl.SST/./4.1.-.6 O#"  - ,--- " "  ,y. Pirwe int evenings at 8:00 p,m. Glee /41f2:lliEPdg#'# 1. IF t= L Y 20. wordperiod of time Sl .  Club selections will include //VO/tM./Gl.tpU/ff/.i properties lilting songs from Strass' "Die Sg.r, WMICH /./- :/D "-7 22. News Kt'TMEYll..SP/RI;r __M 26. Narrow DOWN Fledermaus," as well as popular, traditional Dart- mouth songs. The Aires and Woodswind will perform a Winter Whingding on Saturday afternoon at 4 p.m. in Rollins Chapel. In past years, Carnival themes have accurately predicted weather conditions for snowiest weekends. The 1978 Winter Carnival weekend, keyed to the theme, "The. Greatest Snow on Earth," brought with it an intense snow storm which virtually halted all travel in the Upper Valley. The following year, again the '' Carnival theme proved / 'tY Ll;l prophetic when the ./#./z a/d. 7Yg s. celebration of "The Great It/.OU/S/,aNDTLt'g..77 (#ease turn to page 3 ) . OWN.# 8.5% Or,#.AwjK/ $1. HARP B. RHO CLUE, 'q-letlvenly" instrument 2. RiOE G R, HALT &. FUMtM.B C. FLUTE CLUEt If the lights go OUt we might 3. ROWU Pt. FIELD I$. HILL C. GROOV" CLUSl A plow magoB thse 4"[?R N]ARE A. LE B. TLL C. Sl CLUEI "e UpOn al tim" .... , . 1 ff ing I. Discourages opert 28. 5how concern 2, Comparative 29. Prepare for ending iublicotion 3: Musical. 31. Current events syllable 33. Information 4. Re.d calendar 5. Foil to develop 36. Take out 6. Medical h e PUller OUght I SOLUTION Split all, ON CLA00IFI00 just ( :.n  and t: up sep u were r fire .... :|ir , I enl. jiu're not 7. 59reocl to drY 8. Idiot I have 9. Sway ive me th, 10. Strip of cloth ill, what 12. God of love Ooked at 17. h..,, ,per bei 21. Soft drink looked at 23. BoCs nickname elD" 24. Angered la'_ ,-- 25. Fresher ][':,,.uner, 1)1 t:ver I 27. Soft metal ]y eel 30. Holil !;ked out ( (mimols tot and - 32. Slopes Itwo o. ' 33. E,a:lonmflon ' ,, u 34. Miml t you d( '35, Military hem," I .mmt comps 37. Looks at that regis : hk 'ds long O! 44. Mimic man1 :Is. They , Page 2-The Journal Opinion-January 27, 1982 Arts and iEntertalnment I American Le00ion scholarship MONTPELIER - The Anlerican Legion. Depart- tnlent Vernmnt, announced Book sales 810.250 o, gift to Dartmouth fund HANOVER-- The Dartmouth Dartmouth during the decade Bookstore here recently redeemed a pledge it made more than two years ago by presenting a check for $10,250 to an official of Dartmouth College. The pledge involved the store, the wife of a president emeritus of Dart- mouth and the Campaign for Dartmouth--a five-year capital fund drive that aims to raise 185 million dollars by the end of 1982. The story of the pledge begins with a book, "It's Different - at Dartmouth," written by Jean A. Kemeny, wife of Dartmouth's 13th president, John G. Kemeny, and published in the fall of 1979. When the book, which is of the 1970's was published, the Dartmouth Bookstore promised to donate $5 to the Campaign for each copy of the book the Bookstore sold. Now, a little more than two years and 2,050 copies later, the Bookstore has made good its pledge. The $10,250 check was made to Josiah Stevenson IV, director of development at the college, by Phobe Storm Stebbins, owner of the Bookstore, in memory of her father, Adna D. Storrs, who was associated with the store in the late 19th and early 2Oth centuries and owned and managed it from 1916 to 1953. Starts was a member of the Class of 1899 at Dartmouth hwlay through Department lleadquarters in Montpelier, thai $3.(N)0 in scholarship aid will again be awarded by The American l,egion for the 25th consecu{ ivc year. All deserving seniors in Vernmnl lligh Schools who desire further education beyond Ihe high school level are eligible, said a Legion spokesman. For further information high school seniors should consult their school principals or guidance counselors. Applicalion forms may also be obtained from The American Legion. l)eparlment of Ver- nmnI, P.O, Box 39;. Mont- pelter. VI. 056112. NOTES & COMMENTS You can recognize your friends by the fact that they S. Newbury Area News Virginia Smith came home Friday after a week at Cottage Hospital for tests. Mrs. Olmstead also came home from Cottage Hospital Friday, where she has been for some days with a heart condition. Peter Cole and Melanie Collier fire expected home this weekend from Southern California where they have been enjoying a two-week holiday, taking in Disneyland and the San Diego Zoo. Melanie has many relatives and friends in California. They have phoned to say the weather was perfect -- hope they can say the same when they get back. Chimney Fire Three fire trucks were , summoned last weekend to i put out a chimney fire in Alice .... Merrill's former home in Happy Hollow. Women's Fellowship The Women's Fellowship will meet at Virginia Fuller's next Tuesday afternoon, Jan. 26. Isabel Whitney will give a short talk on early versions of They started off with a "Dungeons and Dragons" game and resumed the play in the morning after breakfast. A good time seemed to have been had by all. Selenda Crow's kitchen has had one more setback. Two men arrived Friday ready to lay vinyl but found the plywood underlay had bad places. Another week to lay fresh plywood. When strip labels and facing slips start flying around the S. Newbury Post Office it means 007 Sylvester is very mad about something and his iron cable tail is lashing back and forth. It seems he was mad because he was getting HIGH HONORS AT VTC W. TOPSHAM-- A spokesman for the Vermont Technical Isabel Whitney 866-5676 writer's cramp from filling out lines with zeros What really annoyed him most was that the instructions said if there wasn't something on each line the form would be deemed not to have been filled out. Sylvester is not going to be deemed. Monday night's earthquake tremor was felt by nearly everyone who was indoors at the time, but apparently not by those who were driving. To your correspodent it sounded exactly like a lopsided heavy load in the washing machine and aroused fears that the furnace had exploded. Charles Cole noticed his tools jangling on their hooks; others were alarmed by dishes clattering on the shelves. .W%< l 1-ve old My name is Ervin Putnam , one-year-old on 30. My parents are concerned with Mrs. Kemeny's life as First Lady of and was awarded an honorary sometimes have no favors to A.D. degree by the College in ask. 1950. and Cindy Putnam, COMMUNITY HEALTH SERVICES in Bath. My College in Randolph has an- NORWICH-- There will he a are Mr. and Mrs. nounced that Isaac Vatnick of Community Health Services Ash, Bath and Mr. W. Topsham has received high Inc., Town Nurse at the Mrs. Jasper honors for academic Norwich Senior Center on achievement at the college Wednesday, Jan. 27 from 9:00 Piermont. My during the fall semester of a.m to 1:00 p.m The nurse Grandparents are Mr, 1981. Dartmouth prepares for 72nd Winter Carnival HANOVER-:- If the theme of festivity, according to Steve Jump Championship, the the 1982 Dartmouth Winter Carnival, "Adventures on the lligh Freeze," proves to be as prophetic as some themes of past years, the weekend of Feb. II-14 will be another mighty cold one in the North Country. This year marks the 72nd annual celebration of Dart- mouth's winterfest as the oldest collegiate winter carnival in the nation. Over the years, it has traditionally been a weekend filled with a variety of athletic, cultural and social events. Although once considered "the Mardi Gras of the Nor- th," it is no longer a public Nelson, Director of the Collis Student Center and advisor for the Winter Carnival Council. "Rather," he said, "Winter Carnival in recent years has become primarily a function for Dartmouth students and their guests. This is in part a result of the College's move to coeducation in 1972, said Nelson, who added that vir- tually all social events are by invitation only. "Of course, there are still traditional public-oriented activities," he said, citing the "Carnival on Ice" skating show, the Citizen's Classic Cross- Country Race, the Invitational and Eastern Collegiate Ski SHARKY'S intercollegiate ski meet, and other athletic contests and cultural events. A visual treat each year will still be the oversized snow sculpture on the College Green, along with the smaller statues erected by frater- nities, sororities and dor- mitories around the campus, all reflecting the Carnival theme. The record snowfall already on the ground has been welcomed by this Car- nivai's co-chairmen, Jim Coulter, a senior from Lock- port, N.Y., and Mike Golum, a junior from Dobbs Ferry, N.Y., in contrast to the "snow droughts" of the past "two winters when only the students' tremendous ingenuity and resourcefulness made it possible to carry on the snow sculpture tradition. Still the center of Carnival activity, as they have been since the first Carnival in 191 I, the skiing events will get under way on Thursday, Feb. II, at the Hanover Country BICYCLE WINNER-- Katrina DeRonde, 9, of Plateau Acres in Bradford, won this bicycle in a Montgomery Ward's Christmas Coloring Contest. Katrina and her parents, John and Cheryl DeRonde, picked up the bicycle last Wednesday when this photo was taken. Standing with Katrina is Montgomery Ward's Bradford manager Kathy Thibault (left) and her daughter Amy. the Bible. The program originally scheduled was on astronomy with slides shown by Tom Estil of Oxbow. This has been postponed because it was a special request of Mrs. Hannah Myrick and she is presently in Cottage Hospital. Ryan Grow had seven overnight guests Thursday. will be checking for glaucoma, Mrs. Ervin Dodge, hypertension and weight Mr. and Mrs. William ODELL WALKER BAND problems. Lisbon; Mr. and AT WILLIAMSTOWN DANCE WILLIAMSTOWN-- The Odell VALLEY COOP William Putnam, Walker Band will perform at a PRESCHOOL mont and Mr. and benefit dance at the BRLDFORD-- There will be a Norman Davis, Williamstown Casino on Jan. meeting of the Valley Coop My godparents are 29. Admission $4.00 per person Preschool at the home of -- BYOB, set-ups available. Storm OdeU in Bradford on and Mrs. James For reservations call 658-2238. Feb. 9 at 8:00 p.m. Piermont. GRUBBY By Warren Sattler RURAL DELIVERY THE DOC SAID Z SHOULDTf ," VtNK 0TIN UT WTI ,- HE,VV ) HEAVVI L[[,[( , WTER. t' , WATER I WATER IS I HARD WATER! I ROLE, GO OUT I ANDGET ME I SOME HARD I - / ../ _.11_ " ] iii:ii ........ By Ai Smith STARSCOPE Clare Amwdl WEEK OF: JANUARY 28, 1982 AQUARIUS - January 21-February 19 Make an effort to hold on to your wallet; speculators have their eye you. Otherwise, you're very much in control, most effectively home environment. PISCES - February 20-March 20 Use a low-key approach to gain new insights into the of a loved one. Old friends and relatives may decide to visit you -. in0. $4.00 at one time. ARIES - March 21-April 20 FORE You're getting along swimmingly with people in general, sffeteriabe Aquarius people in particular are drawn to you. If trying to material published, this can be a lucky week. NAAN, N TAURUS - April 21-May 22 !rting at i in a professional, academic or volunteer assignment, standard F lane Sac cedures bring faster results than experimental schemes. Dom matter is resolved by Monday-Tuesday. ',FORD: [ II Ill In these times of high inflation Flanders Travel offers you salvation. ...... 00CHINE : StarringBurt Reynol-(is Rated R "The French Lieutenant's Woman" ends Thursday ! r m ; ml,m i l i G |lii III llll[il II II J- As we work to get you there We always seek the lowest fare. seasanM"rrav00r I HOUSE 649-.50070 ..O. $OX 2,.50 NOKWiCH, I/1:. III I ' -lll ! l l Central St. I ll Woodwillo,, N. H. "d To  One Of rne Ftnst S00ht new d i" SATURDAY, JANUARY 30TH ;'SUPER SINGER" DANCING 8:30 P.M. - 12:30 A.M. i I Hill No BlOMtm$ NO Hits Allowed ii i i i Club, with the Citizen's CsiCross-Country Race, a GRAMP A'S B Y ..... comersmass-start race opne to all  ,,':?- '\\;\ ]  [ "H.,,. !' '""/" Intercollegiate ski cam- [ A/,UIJ petition will begin the followip.g day, Friday, Feb. 12, with the women's slalom and  I men's giant slalom races at the Dartmouth Skiway in Lyme, N.H., and the men's and women's individual cross- .[ country races at Garripay Field here off Lyme Read.  \\; Cross-country relay races, v - -v-L men's slalom and women's giant slalom races will be held on Saturday, Feb. 13. Ski Championship NAPOLEON C, NO/I-IERE COES TH" OL" MAN TIT OVENS T' DOG'. / LETo GET OUT GEMINI -- May 23-June 21  p.m. FIc If entering any partnership plan, be sure to work out even the ttnl LLS RI\\; rch oft details. Unexpected opposition can put a work idea on hold. EId. " " h ! Vou o pe,-sor,! minter. , - :! 757-2206. CANCER - June 22-July 22 Enjoy the support -- moral, not financial -- of a one-time ho family member. Shy person can be your strongest ally if you him/her a more important role. LEO - July 23-Augunt 22 Younger relative is stubborn about having his/her own way, an flare-up may be unavoidable. On a brighter note, financial gains spotlighted starting Monday, VIRGO - August 23-September 22 Loved one is highly persuasive , making it hard for you to take an, jective stand on domestic or social matter. Influential business cont can be made on the weekend. UBli - September 23-October 22 You can express feelings honestly as you review a relationship fronti new perspective. Youngsters are unpredictable. Working condtti By McBrid and Moore ON I-tOW TO ICE Invitational and Eastern  OF NERE/ Collegiate Ski Jump Cnam- pionship, which normally draws between 4,000 and 6,000   .1 ! V % ( spectators, will be held ( Saturday afternoon at the SAGrrTARIUS - Nomb 22-December 22 Dartmouth 40-meter jump, Energy level is high; be selective in choosing a creative or outlet. Emphasis is m launching ar renewing Io g-t near the edge of the Hanover relationships. Golf Course, also off the Lyme Road in Hanover. ff -II CAJPIRICORN - December 23.January 20 This year, for the first time, z'/ the Skating Club at Dartmouth will present two performances at Thompson Ar.ena of that are beginning to improve noticeably. SCORPIO - October 23-Nombr 21 A discovery week, in which you find lost objects -- or You may be asked to resume a domestic responsibility; this make all necessary enquiries. outlet. Emphasis is on launching or renewing long-term projects' Some deceptions are at play in career environment; a contact, for example, may be less important than you think. romance, partner is unexpectedly open and generous. TWITCH by How' Rands ON i(.= I BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK colorful and popular ex- 0 /_ (f)/.. , ......... I Unpredictable and fixed in your opinions; also, a humanitari.n trav aganza, the "Carnival on T VALL...VI-5 "rlE  ICe, k J/,, ll00k 'M adventurer and a very independent soul. You prove yourself Ice,' In addition to an 8:00 FAIib'T OF AJ.L..P KtX \\; pie person" this year, helping individuals in need.and, p.m. Saturday evening per-   Jrh\\; Ilill 11 ill yourself, another on Sunday afternoon January 28th, actor Paul Newman; 29h, actor John I at 2 p.m. actress Tammy Grimes; 31st, actress Jean Simmons; For the more culturally actor Sherman Hemsley; 2nd, comedian Tom Smothers; inclined, the Hopkins Center dian Shelley Barman. will feature a number of musical and th ea trical events [leho] throughout the Carnival . _ _ _ ARO55 39: Knave of Players will present four IT JUST SO HAPPENED by Kern r J't[[ll N -'" 77_[., 41. Shoftofliht performances of their version I 1. Toke owoy clubs of Giraudoux's "The Mad- ,u. rw,u, 42. Viper 11 Reverence ........ /" _. woman of Chaillot," and the C'ON.aLI/JS . III'-'$'Z"  Unm,_..e le.rt,_.,._,.__._ L_._ By coai .uLm .I.z*e m. m-e-a m...nn m --x ..'. 4. ,.rory H" Y o.istonts Dartmouth Glee Club and the "",i:.., . 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