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Page 2-The Journal Opinion-February 10, 1982 f Arts and Entertainment Hospital gets blue ribbon I,EBANON-- The Blue Ribbon nually in Boston, Mass., in Exhibit Committee of the New March. "Each year, the England Hospital Assembly Assembly recognizes the most has awarded Alice Peck Day innovative ideas in New Memorial Hospital in Lebanon England Hospitals through its a Blue Ribbon for its Teen Blue RibbonAwards. Mothers&apos; Program. Alice Peck Day Memorial The program will be Hospital also received an featured as an exhibit during tlonorable Mention for its the New England Hospital Employee Health and Fitness Assembly Meeting held an- Program. "REDS"00 "ON GOLDEN POND" lIIIq FRIDAY SPECIAL[ | _ Fishermans | [ Platter I I -0075 ! k..'.'...d DON'T FORGET YOUR SWEETHEART ON VALENTINE'S DAY Treat her to DINNER ,. 00rstaurant Wells River. Vt. 802-757-3466 SHE WILL KNOW YOU CARE! I II I I II IH I I III I III II Appearing For The First Time At The Very Popular 111 Club. DRAWING MADE EASY-- Elisabeth Robinson demonstrates the technique needed to her interested audience during the hobby show at the Piermont Public Library. PHOTO BY F. ROBBINS Twenty libraries chosen as sites for ener003' lecture wries PIERMONT-- Twenty libraries in the Granite State have heen selected as sites for a series of illustrated lectures designed to stimulate public interest in a hmnanislic ap- proach to the energy crisis in guest speakers, films or "Yesterday Again: New special presentations, to llampshire and Energy expand upon the themes Tomorrow," is being funded in presented in the initial two- part by a $44,000 grant from hour session, the National Endowment for The lecture series, entitled (he liumanities. America. Conducted by Plymouth State College professors Walter Tatara and William Neikam, the lectures will explore the concept that New Englanders can best cope with the inevitable shift to renewable forms of energy by hewing to their time-honored traditions of self-reliance, hardiness and appreciation for nature. In this area, the Piermont Public Library will host the presentation on May 10. Other libraries in the state and their program dates in- clude the Abbie Greenland Library in Franconia (May 3), the Abbott Library in Sunapee (April 8), the Bartlett Public Library (March 19), the Co]ebrook Public Library (May 6), the Concord Public Library (March ll), the Dudley-Tucker Library in Raymond (Sept. 9) and the Gordon-Nash Library in New' ltampton (Sept. 20). Also the Hill Library in Center Stratford (Feb. 8), the J.A. Tarbell Library in Lyndeboro (Oct. 7), the Keene Public Library (April 15), the Manchester City Library (April 221, the Nashua Public Library (Sept. 13) and the North Hampton Public Library (April 19). In addition, the Plaistow Public Library (March 29), the Plymouth Public Library 'pI. 30), the Shedd Free l,ibrary in Washington (Feb. 12). the Somersworth Public I,ibrary (Sept. 16), the West i,ebanon Branch Library (Oct. 14) and the Wolfeboro Public Library (Sept. 23). Each library will also host a second program, possibly with $80(0 pre off in solar contest O ONCORD- Interest in the 1982 Solar Design Competition is running high, according to the Governor's Council on Energy. This competition will award $8,000 to New Hamp- shire homeowners for their solar ideas. Applications are available from the Governor's Council on Energy and must be returned by 5:00 p.m., March 17, 1982. The third round of the Solar Design Competition will award actual grants to New Hampshire homeowners for construction of simple solar designs using basic con- struction skills, common tools It will he held on Saturday, orientation with cam Wednesday, Feb. 10 WELLS RIVER: Senior Citizens Luncheon at the United Church of Christ vestry serving at noon. For reservations call 757-2206. WELLS RIVER: Community Health Services Inc., Town Nurse at the United Church of Christ from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. NEWBURY: Community Health Services Inc., Town Nurse at the Bailey Memorial Club from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 11 HANOVER: Play, The Mikado at the Hanover High School Auditorium starting at 8:00 p.m. N. HAVERHILL: Parents and Friends of the James Morrill School meeting at the school beginning at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 12 BRADFORD: Senior Citizens Luncheon at the Oxbow Vocational Center serving at 11:45 a.m. For reservations call 222-4782. HANOVER: Play, The Mikado at the Hanover High School Auditorium starting at 8:00 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 13 HANOVER: Play, The Mikado at the Hanover High School Auditorium starting at 8:00 p.m. Monday, Feb. 15 BRADFORD: Hospice of the Bradford Area meeting at the Senior Center starting at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 17 WELLS RIVER: Senior Citizens Luncheon at the United Church of Christ vestry serving at noon. For reservations call 757-2206. BRADFORD: Free film on nutrition at the Bradford Elementary School from 7: 00 to 9:00 p.m. STRAFFORD: Democratic Potluck Dinner, Barrett Hall 6:00 p.m. Monday, Feb. 22 BRADFORD: The Annual Stockholders and Trustees meeting of the Bradford Public Library will be held at the Library at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 6 off Jeffers Hill Road. M( Events will start at 8:00 WINTE a.m. and the public is welcome to observe. OVERC( Activities will include: ice __ t l;ller rescue, lashings and knots, 0 "'c'- -  [ ,J l L_L J [ OIAMbN--' WATCHESI"  ] We Repair ACCUTRON, TIMEX [  "" I   hot I a0d A, Mkos. I  Jig  B l=mdi l-ste- I --  , I .......  I  F t411Mll I Littleton NH03561 I r-,..,,tr,_,.,r.a i [Zt, he la, L.__ (603)444-3351 [ )192A.H. RobmConw' . [olde division Richmond, V rl i  O[ U ' 2, t, [ I I I1[ i II told me ' - =d,, Mve t AS the too short' summer lines way 1o, And cool and wet wei beldm l to on, We my t be ,=, = bri.00 in [ But m sure can help with a trip tl othe! I  lte w " h- $(dSOtvrd?.. m , " . ' lays later ] IlbZO HOUJE INST. p xe co. ,o,  . . Biag rn, I so.00 GRUBBY GRANDPA'S BOY AM- AO'FflER NATIJR'E C/5,TAL FLAKES FLOATING ON A CUsHiON OF .SPAK'K/JNG AH ... C3 ,r, O ,, NAPOLEON _. u ru T . ._____- ff .../:,, Now WHAT DO YOU " EXPECT TO O0 ITH THAT LITTLE SI40VEL! By Warren Sattler By AL SMITH THUS TP.ANSFORMIN( THE DRAB COUNTRy-SIP'E INTO A WOPERLAI4D - OF WHITE hAGIG / 0 0 C7  TWITCH , -I" f ARE YOU  "-mr"  and materials. All designs must be planned for existing IT JUST SO HAPPENED by Kern buildings. Architects and . ............ ,i engineers, building designers and solar professionals are not DAMO ;.,,) eligibleforthecontest. ( I For more information about [[1 the contest or to request an I "ht-tt mz= application, contact Jeff Clark /ff, Rb;. I$ 77-/EAP/O;T  I iiIPiiI, or Kathy Chamberlin at the /VITIO/V. /.,,,=/-/A.WO/VHRY" [,F,-N ,I/ Governor's Council on r roll-,it ' Concord, N.H. 03301 orcalltoll AWE'DAZ. O" O/O / II .... --.][' free l-B00-852-3i6or271-/II. .... ' ' RED CROSS "'   BIJbODMOBIIJ WOODSVILLE-- The Red t'. !/" A /' "'2(,, F0r Reservati0ns Call Bef0re 7:00 P.M. Cross Bloodmobile will be at. i7, .: /n, ?,7 on= ^, ray OOAn the National Guard Armory in ,uuo/ r''a,uo u, t''ao"U Woodsviile on Thursday, Feb. , ,,,,, j ii - 18 from 12:30to5:30p.n. 00D00gll ff '-""--'"' eelltolloct.   W w Wm I l KESIO,Pe, NH. I -- : MdMWs SIORE, Z. COld,h, Vt. I I lid & IMIII I Fmt,r.Vt.  . I I__: - Your comldeto lothil. Ir0 center . sOUTH RYmAT[ STORE, South Ryq0hl, Vt. Fnr niek .an  d=llva.,u era.U,,.,.-- w, *UT0 SS0. ,. Vt. /r CHO'ED re gr o#,q LaeE I I 7HE U S SMO/(e I, b -- r- -P ........... F ....... IRRIUA'IN.IllANOEOFFIeE, Usbo,N.H., COAV/T/RSII#=&OLIIAV I J IB//J, lONld,(rl$! I By McBride and Moore / J it11 i,iii, ;! : i i i i i : ,, , " STARSCOPE e reach, :Lve. was f one. Mo inter WEEK OF: FEBRUARY 11, 1982 AQUARIUS - January 21-Februa 19 Short-distance travel favored through week. Matters household business require expert opinion. Surprise ift or deligM unexpected news arrives after the weekend. PISCES - Febmaw 20-March 20 Outdoor sports activities, especially for spectators, favored th IEW BAt the week. Plans for complicated trip can be finalized. Academici  Ang( suit leads *o nal reward, aathan L parents ARIES - March 21-Apdl 20 nifer I People in authority are observing you: your punctuality, your abll Jan. 21 get along, your ability to stay objective. Don't be shy about Intr0 i Memori tng sensitive topk:s. Br. TAURUS - kpfli 21-May 22 i - influenal people are at your disposal -- try to overcome any sh W SON about meeting them. Financial responsibilities decrease In nul FORD--- but they may increase in dollar amount.  , ':   Davies GEMINI - M luae 21 ' Parents Weekend may be devoted mo, to business than pleaurt |illip Car romance remains on the upswing. Communication with older r improves. A pact may be signed by Tuesday. i Mar) ial l CANCER - June-224uly 22 .r. Showdowns are Inevitable, but they have a way of clearing the! Expect to spend lots of time straightening out errors of others. itable venture is enjoyable, too. W SON / VILLE_ LEO -- July 23-August 22 A valentine week for Lens -- single or paired. Work to accent Riehar( very best traits. Up<luting may be required In areas of insurance, b riile, are baby t keeping, budgeting. )Urlds an( VIRGO - August 23-Septamber 22 es, bar Plug all loopholes before signing any agreement, especially o  llospi( volvtn9 property. Important personality invites you to join forC an exciting matter. LIBRA - September 23-October 22 Accept compliments with grace, and extend them when e Modernization program can be launched now. Conclusions Friday can be proven wrong by Tuesday. SCORPIO - October 23-Nombr 21 I Numerous career choices can baffle you; seek advice of an colleague. Meetings with talented people accented -- and those talents rub off on you. SAGri'rARIUS - November 22-December 22 A week of secrets. Mystery person becomes more mysterious  ........ top-secret items are channeled through you. Range of activities is expanded by Wednesday. " adapta BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK  ,I You dare to be different, have the coura e of our convlctioW Shaw February 11th, actor Ledle Nielsen; 12th, actor Lorne Greene; a  actress Carol Lynley; 14th, actress Florence Henderson; 15th, I turd., Claire Bloom; 16th, actQr Sonny Bona; 17th, actor Alan Or .at (I,N. 00, stu ACROSS 35. Entangle 1. Tree trunk 37. Birds' home 5. Young 39. American ON By 12( J. Coates Indian Unmix the letters in the boxes to form a  I salmon . word, Then circle "for the cor- 9. Come 41. Portico" I I1. Sugary 43. Compass' rect raeaning (or 13. Jumbled type point Score yourself as ,rrect-Fair" /:s , ,i ,,. Pineapple 4446. OutfitSsoft 4 Correct-Exce 16. Back of neck drink nt,r,jr.ALwr , Correct-Goo( ( C-w" I 17. Sprite 48 SOn of Miled 19. Girls', name 21, Electrical _. being unit b/. Multitude F ] 22. Hit with palm " Slave , Bristle o. Obse.ed 76 d o ,r-IDIRN 15 C 1-10TEla, 26. Sun God DOWN 98: Reboun i  -- . := ,. ,,  .: ,,..,,,,  27. Roman dote I. Oily 29. Funny hairdressing Mimics t  i II ( AI SL___L_e CHER II ) 3l.Brood necktie I2" Either 10: So of Se. Ever fe 33. Bill of fore 3. Mouth port 12. Web i , ( , [ I 34. Indefinite 4. Bad 15. Fish sauce  :rl its tl-. article 5. Postscript (abbr.) 18. Passing ; "T - ................. I' I I- .- - F ,." !- -- '0. Minu,eportic,e ,,:It,o," o,.  23. Dry measU - ' P I I| I t" P-r-1 r r-- --,o m--  '.  -- 28. Mole hei '_,9OCOh ' 36. Implen. PT-]I -- 38. Kind at i I"I I" " 4gul' o ,:  . --I=-!l 45. Oriental ; i iGrOWOlotNOteOfis Page 2-The Journal Opinion-February 10, 1982 f Arts and Entertainment Hospital gets blue ribbon I,EBANON-- The Blue Ribbon nually in Boston, Mass., in Exhibit Committee of the New March. "Each year, the England Hospital Assembly Assembly recognizes the most has awarded Alice Peck Day innovative ideas in New Memorial Hospital in Lebanon England Hospitals through its a Blue Ribbon for its Teen Blue RibbonAwards. Mothers' Program. Alice Peck Day Memorial The program will be Hospital also received an featured as an exhibit during tlonorable Mention for its the New England Hospital Employee Health and Fitness Assembly Meeting held an- Program. "REDS"00 "ON GOLDEN POND" lIIIq FRIDAY SPECIAL[ | _ Fishermans | [ Platter I I -0075 ! k..'.'...d DON'T FORGET YOUR SWEETHEART ON VALENTINE'S DAY Treat her to DINNER ,. 00rstaurant Wells River. Vt. 802-757-3466 SHE WILL KNOW YOU CARE! I II I I II IH I I III I III II Appearing For The First Time At The Very Popular 111 Club. DRAWING MADE EASY-- Elisabeth Robinson demonstrates the technique needed to her interested audience during the hobby show at the Piermont Public Library. PHOTO BY F. ROBBINS Twenty libraries chosen as sites for ener003' lecture wries PIERMONT-- Twenty libraries in the Granite State have heen selected as sites for a series of illustrated lectures designed to stimulate public interest in a hmnanislic ap- proach to the energy crisis in guest speakers, films or "Yesterday Again: New special presentations, to llampshire and Energy expand upon the themes Tomorrow," is being funded in presented in the initial two- part by a $44,000 grant from hour session, the National Endowment for The lecture series, entitled (he liumanities. America. Conducted by Plymouth State College professors Walter Tatara and William Neikam, the lectures will explore the concept that New Englanders can best cope with the inevitable shift to renewable forms of energy by hewing to their time-honored traditions of self-reliance, hardiness and appreciation for nature. In this area, the Piermont Public Library will host the presentation on May 10. Other libraries in the state and their program dates in- clude the Abbie Greenland Library in Franconia (May 3), the Abbott Library in Sunapee (April 8), the Bartlett Public Library (March 19), the Co]ebrook Public Library (May 6), the Concord Public Library (March ll), the Dudley-Tucker Library in Raymond (Sept. 9) and the Gordon-Nash Library in New' ltampton (Sept. 20). Also the Hill Library in Center Stratford (Feb. 8), the J.A. Tarbell Library in Lyndeboro (Oct. 7), the Keene Public Library (April 15), the Manchester City Library (April 221, the Nashua Public Library (Sept. 13) and the North Hampton Public Library (April 19). In addition, the Plaistow Public Library (March 29), the Plymouth Public Library 'pI. 30), the Shedd Free l,ibrary in Washington (Feb. 12). the Somersworth Public I,ibrary (Sept. 16), the West i,ebanon Branch Library (Oct. 14) and the Wolfeboro Public Library (Sept. 23). Each library will also host a second program, possibly with $80(0 pre off in solar contest O ONCORD- Interest in the 1982 Solar Design Competition is running high, according to the Governor's Council on Energy. This competition will award $8,000 to New Hamp- shire homeowners for their solar ideas. Applications are available from the Governor's Council on Energy and must be returned by 5:00 p.m., March 17, 1982. The third round of the Solar Design Competition will award actual grants to New Hampshire homeowners for construction of simple solar designs using basic con- struction skills, common tools It will he held on Saturday, orientation with cam Wednesday, Feb. 10 WELLS RIVER: Senior Citizens Luncheon at the United Church of Christ vestry serving at noon. For reservations call 757-2206. WELLS RIVER: Community Health Services Inc., Town Nurse at the United Church of Christ from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. NEWBURY: Community Health Services Inc., Town Nurse at the Bailey Memorial Club from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 11 HANOVER: Play, The Mikado at the Hanover High School Auditorium starting at 8:00 p.m. N. HAVERHILL: Parents and Friends of the James Morrill School meeting at the school beginning at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 12 BRADFORD: Senior Citizens Luncheon at the Oxbow Vocational Center serving at 11:45 a.m. For reservations call 222-4782. HANOVER: Play, The Mikado at the Hanover High School Auditorium starting at 8:00 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 13 HANOVER: Play, The Mikado at the Hanover High School Auditorium starting at 8:00 p.m. Monday, Feb. 15 BRADFORD: Hospice of the Bradford Area meeting at the Senior Center starting at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 17 WELLS RIVER: Senior Citizens Luncheon at the United Church of Christ vestry serving at noon. For reservations call 757-2206. BRADFORD: Free film on nutrition at the Bradford Elementary School from 7: 00 to 9:00 p.m. STRAFFORD: Democratic Potluck Dinner, Barrett Hall 6:00 p.m. Monday, Feb. 22 BRADFORD: The Annual Stockholders and Trustees meeting of the Bradford Public Library will be held at the Library at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 6 off Jeffers Hill Road. M( Events will start at 8:00 WINTE a.m. and the public is welcome to observe. OVERC( Activities will include: ice __ t l;ller rescue, lashings and knots, 0 "'c'- -  [ ,J l L_L J [ OIAMbN--' WATCHESI"  ] We Repair ACCUTRON, TIMEX [  "" I   hot I a0d A, Mkos. I  Jig  B l=mdi l-ste- I --  , I .......  I  F t411Mll I Littleton NH03561 I r-,..,,tr,_,.,r.a i [Zt, he la, L.__ (603)444-3351 [ )192A.H. RobmConw' . [olde division Richmond, V rl i  O[ U ' 2, t, [ I I I1[ i II told me ' - =d,, Mve t AS the too short' summer lines way 1o, And cool and wet wei beldm l to on, We my t be ,=, = bri.00 in [ But m sure can help with a trip tl othe! I  lte w " h- $(dSOtvrd?.. m , " . ' lays later ] IlbZO HOUJE INST. p xe co. ,o,  . . Biag rn, I so.00 GRUBBY GRANDPA'S BOY AM- AO'FflER NATIJR'E C/5,TAL FLAKES FLOATING ON A CUsHiON OF .SPAK'K/JNG AH ... C3 ,r, O ,, NAPOLEON _. u ru T . ._____- ff .../:,, Now WHAT DO YOU " EXPECT TO O0 ITH THAT LITTLE SI40VEL! By Warren Sattler By AL SMITH THUS TP.ANSFORMIN( THE DRAB COUNTRy-SIP'E INTO A WOPERLAI4D - OF WHITE hAGIG / 0 0 C7  TWITCH , -I" f ARE YOU  "-mr"  and materials. All designs must be planned for existing IT JUST SO HAPPENED by Kern buildings. Architects and . ............ ,i engineers, building designers and solar professionals are not DAMO ;.,,) eligibleforthecontest. ( I For more information about [[1 the contest or to request an I "ht-tt mz= application, contact Jeff Clark /ff, Rb;. I$ 77-/EAP/O;T  I iiIPiiI, or Kathy Chamberlin at the /VITIO/V. /.,,,=/-/A.WO/VHRY" [,F,-N ,I/ Governor's Council on r roll-,it ' Concord, N.H. 03301 orcalltoll AWE'DAZ. O" O/O / II .... --.][' free l-B00-852-3i6or271-/II. .... ' ' RED CROSS "'   BIJbODMOBIIJ WOODSVILLE-- The Red t'. !/" A /' "'2(,, F0r Reservati0ns Call Bef0re 7:00 P.M. Cross Bloodmobile will be at. i7, .: /n, ?,7 on= ^, ray OOAn the National Guard Armory in ,uuo/ r''a,uo u, t''ao"U Woodsviile on Thursday, Feb. , ,,,,, j ii - 18 from 12:30to5:30p.n. 00D00gll ff '-""--'"' eelltolloct.   W w Wm I l KESIO,Pe, NH. I -- : MdMWs SIORE, Z. COld,h, Vt. I I lid & IMIII I Fmt,r.Vt.  . I I__: - Your comldeto lothil. Ir0 center . sOUTH RYmAT[ STORE, South Ryq0hl, Vt. Fnr niek .an  d=llva.,u era.U,,.,.-- w, *UT0 SS0. ,. Vt. /r CHO'ED re gr o#,q LaeE I I 7HE U S SMO/(e I, b -- r- -P ........... F ....... IRRIUA'IN.IllANOEOFFIeE, Usbo,N.H., COAV/T/RSII#=&OLIIAV I J IB//J, lONld,(rl$! I By McBride and Moore / J it11 i,iii, ;! : i i i i i : ,, , " STARSCOPE e reach, :Lve. was f one. Mo inter WEEK OF: FEBRUARY 11, 1982 AQUARIUS - January 21-Februa 19 Short-distance travel favored through week. Matters household business require expert opinion. Surprise ift or deligM unexpected news arrives after the weekend. PISCES - Febmaw 20-March 20 Outdoor sports activities, especially for spectators, favored th IEW BAt the week. Plans for complicated trip can be finalized. Academici  Ang( suit leads *o nal reward, aathan L parents ARIES - March 21-Apdl 20 nifer I People in authority are observing you: your punctuality, your abll Jan. 21 get along, your ability to stay objective. Don't be shy about Intr0 i Memori tng sensitive topk:s. Br. TAURUS - kpfli 21-May 22 i - influenal people are at your disposal -- try to overcome any sh W SON about meeting them. Financial responsibilities decrease In nul FORD--- but they may increase in dollar amount.  , ':   Davies GEMINI - M luae 21 ' Parents Weekend may be devoted mo, to business than pleaurt |illip Car romance remains on the upswing. Communication with older r improves. A pact may be signed by Tuesday. i Mar) ial l CANCER - June-224uly 22 .r. Showdowns are Inevitable, but they have a way of clearing the! Expect to spend lots of time straightening out errors of others. itable venture is enjoyable, too. W SON / VILLE_ LEO -- July 23-August 22 A valentine week for Lens -- single or paired. Work to accent Riehar( very best traits. Up<luting may be required In areas of insurance, b riile, are baby t keeping, budgeting. )Urlds an( VIRGO - August 23-Septamber 22 es, bar Plug all loopholes before signing any agreement, especially o  llospi( volvtn9 property. Important personality invites you to join forC an exciting matter. LIBRA - September 23-October 22 Accept compliments with grace, and extend them when e Modernization program can be launched now. Conclusions Friday can be proven wrong by Tuesday. SCORPIO - October 23-Nombr 21 I Numerous career choices can baffle you; seek advice of an colleague. Meetings with talented people accented -- and those talents rub off on you. SAGri'rARIUS - November 22-December 22 A week of secrets. Mystery person becomes more mysterious  ........ top-secret items are channeled through you. Range of activities is expanded by Wednesday. " adapta BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK  ,I You dare to be different, have the coura e of our convlctioW Shaw February 11th, actor Ledle Nielsen; 12th, actor Lorne Greene; a  actress Carol Lynley; 14th, actress Florence Henderson; 15th, I turd., Claire Bloom; 16th, actQr Sonny Bona; 17th, actor Alan Or .at (I,N. 00, stu ACROSS 35. Entangle 1. Tree trunk 37. Birds' home 5. Young 39. American ON By 12( J. Coates Indian Unmix the letters in the boxes to form a  I salmon . word, Then circle "for the cor- 9. Come 41. Portico" I I1. Sugary 43. Compass' rect raeaning (or 13. Jumbled type point Score yourself as ,rrect-Fair" /:s , ,i ,,. Pineapple 4446. OutfitSsoft 4 Correct-Exce 16. Back of neck drink nt,r,jr.ALwr , Correct-Goo( ( C-w" I 17. Sprite 48 SOn of Miled 19. Girls', name 21, Electrical _. being unit b/. Multitude F ] 22. Hit with palm " Slave , Bristle o. Obse.ed 76 d o ,r-IDIRN 15 C 1-10TEla, 26. Sun God DOWN 98: Reboun i  -- . := ,. ,,  .: ,,..,,,,  27. Roman dote I. Oily 29. Funny hairdressing Mimics t  i II ( AI SL___L_e CHER II ) 3l.Brood necktie I2" Either 10: So of Se. Ever fe 33. Bill of fore 3. Mouth port 12. Web i , ( , [ I 34. Indefinite 4. Bad 15. Fish sauce  :rl its tl-. article 5. Postscript (abbr.) 18. Passing ; "T - ................. I' I I- .- - F ,." !- -- '0. Minu,eportic,e ,,:It,o," o,.  23. Dry measU - ' P I I| I t" P-r-1 r r-- --,o m--  '.  -- 28. Mole hei '_,9OCOh ' 36. Implen. PT-]I -- 38. Kind at i I"I I" " 4gul' o ,:  . --I=-!l 45. Oriental ; i iGrOWOlotNOteOfis