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Page Z-ine Journal Optnion-Marca 3, igS2 I Arts and Entertainment OHIO BALLET TO PERFORM IN LYNDONVILLE-- One of America&apos;s foremost regional ballet companies, The Ohio Ballet, will perform at the Lyndon Institute Auditorium on Sunday March 7 at 7:30 p.m. The company includes eight men and 12 women who will perform five ballets, choreographed by company director Heinz Poll and Robert Jeffrey. The dances will be set to classical chamber music of Bach, Chopin, Tomaso Alninoni, Ernest Bloeh, and John Field. A live chamber ensemble will accompany the dancers. Haverhill girl accepted HAVERHILL-- Loretta September. Upon successful Wright, daughter of Mr. and completion of her program, Mrs. Raymond Wright pf she will receive an Associate Lennoxville Road 4n Degree in Business Science. HaverhiU, has been accepted Accessible desian contest CONCORD -- The Governor's Commission for the Han- dicapped is sponsoring a Design Contest to recognize innovative approaches toward making buildings accessible to disabled persons. Michael B. Ingram, a Manchester architect and Chairman of the Com- mission's Accessibility Committee, says "This effort not only challenges the creative talents of architects, contractors, and building owners, but also serves as an excellent tool for heightening their awareness and interest in accommodating disabled people." Awards will be given in four categories: new construction -- residential (private or public dwelling units); new construction -- nonresidential (offices, shopping centers, restaurants, churches, etc.); modifications -- residential; and modifications -- nonresidential. Each entry will he judged on accessibility, overall func- tional design, ease of main- tenance, aesthetics, energy efficiency, and affordability. Entries will be limited to facilities in the private sector, that is, homes and businesses whose construction or modification is done with private rather than public funds. Construction or renovations shall have begun no earlier than Jan. I, 1981. Deadline for submission is May 15, 1982. Winners will be announced in June. Request application forms and more information through the Governor's Commission for the Handicapped, 6 London Road, Concord, N.H. 03301, Tel: 271-2773 or 1-800-852-3405 toll-free.  Mary Dole will head county _c_mmittee for ETV auction WELLS RIVER .... Mary Dole area businesses. Items terrific . .., I love every donation or he of Wells River has been donated will be auctioned on minute of it!' She and her Orange County named ()range County television Aprill-10, helpingto husband Tom have two sons, may call 757-2203 Chairman for the 1982 Ver- bring in as much as 10percent Andy, 5, and Matthew, 2. information. taunt ETV Great TV Au:tion. of the state public television Volunteers are still needed Wednesday, March 3 WELLS RIVER: Senior Citizens Luncheon at the United Church of Christ vestry serving at noon. For reservations call 757-2206. BRADFORD: A Community Health Services Inc., Town Nurse will he at the Bradford Senior Center from 9:00 a.m. to l:00p.m. E. CORINTH: A Community Health Services Inc., Town Nurse will be at the E. Corinth Library from 2: 00 to 4: 00 p.m. Friday, March 5 BRADFORD: Senio Citizens Luncheon at the Oxbow Vocational Center serving at 11:45 a.m. For reservations call 222-4782. W. TOPSHAM: World Day of Prayer sponsored by the Church Women United at the W. Topsham Community Church at 2 p.m. Snow date is March 12. Saturday, March 6 POST MILLS: Fish Chowder Supper at the Post Mills Church starting at 6:00 p.m. Adults, $3.50; children, $2.50. Monday, March 8 BRADFORD: Upper Valley Speak Out For Children meeting at the Bradford Elementary School beginning at 7:30 p.m. THETFORD: Focus on the Family series at Thetford Elementary School. Film I: "The Strong Willed Child" at 7-9 p.m. Tuesday, March 9 ORFORD: Senior Citizens Luncheon meeting at the Orford Congregational Church starting at noon. Wednesday, March I0 WELLS RIVER: Senior Citizens Luncheon at the United Church of Christ vestry serving at noon. For reservations call 757-2206. NORWICH: A Community Health Services Inc., Town Nurse will he at the Norwich Senior Center from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. THETFORD: A Community Health Services Inc., Town Nurse will be at the Thetford Hill Church from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. This will be her third year network's annual budget. seeking donations of met'- Dole says she thinks chandise and services from working for Vermont ETV is III ICE SCULPTURE AT DARTMOUTH-- Shown here is the ice sculpture students created on the green at Hanover's Dartmouth College for display at last and welcome, says Dole. Anyone wishing to help the The, Auction effort by making a draw lead week's Winter Carnival. The theme of the was Moby Dick. GRUBBY By Warren Sattler RURAL DELIVERY u,j_._gj By AL SMITH STARSCOPE by Clare Annswell 4 WEEK OF: MARCH 4, 1982 AQUARIUS - January 21-February 19 Thursday's news makes you laugh and/or blush. Saturday's' bring surprises along. Loved one may be inconsistent startit day. And fascinating new faces brighten the whole week. fall enrollment at Hesser olegeinManchester, N.H. 'wAr Iln,fi tlt lJ#rofrll ............... WOW, Loretta is a Senior at jgstm st  J.tl&aLll, l'l"S I PISCES- February 20-March 20 Woodsville High School, 1 I If "% OLDI Youngsters adopt you as a positive role model, where she has participated in renearsm,, m 00,tsaon . :.  i //,\\; could be vying for your attentions. Ingenuity solves a romanlCl field hockey softball, band,  i  :::  ..-- -. | (v \\;\  ma. drama, and has been a LISBON-- The Upstage Jack out of dangerous   :{=:   "(>::  l---x)- :: I ARIES - March 21-Apdl 20 member of Junior Honor Players will be presenting an situations. Jack is the strong -. .r_ -  '----'-,/,. -- I /  I  =c ---'" Keyword is simplify: clear up clutter, be precise with words, Society. involvement children's resourceful son of a poor _/- , 'C- " - | I ' /-L -) straighttorwardroute. Also. begin that health routine you k Loretta isplanning tomajor theater production of Jack and widow. He overcomes great /fd:', . i  I L-=,=,,,-L' ( {[ / ' ..... about -- and enjoy a sweetened romantic life. in a two year Travel and the Beamstalk, Saturday, odds by defeating the giant , / ,- . ,-_   I ,. - Atrhne Careers program March l3 at 2:00 p.m. and7:00 But the giant is also very :   _, =%1l l  'i_' TAURUS- Aprl121-May22 m at the Lisbon Town Hall  i - m,, -: ., -:-.--=-. when she enters Hesser in p.. " mean and ugly, and very fast, ' '  " ;-- -- ' I  - - -- }ointYu funds.and partnerFlippantat laStremarkSee eyemaytOoffendeye OnconServativethe subject oft oltd ,  ...... - .....  Admission at the door. Can Jack escape forever. - ,-  [ a-.rz you prove your loyalty by end of this period. I DIAMONDS WATCHES ! The play is an adaptation of Will the giant's lovely  L'MIL GEMINI - May 23-June 21 JWeRepairAG=CUTRONTIMEX.! the famous fairy tale. It is daughter help him? What "..,,..,mn ,v -  " I and A,I Makes ! written and directed by David about the sneaky man who lduro ID- ii  , .... Fact is more intrestlng than fk:tion, with interesting new ! ...................... =----I Haywd' tricks Jack into selling his cow TAHINk "' F  L' ing your sphere. Money theme accented. Financial HASKELL JEWELERS . Its in 120 YC)LI . , "T'H ] f>J'O)(.J/C , '.--  . O H(M underway and a small windfall drops by Tuesday. t yXJ /14AJ AtOP Jl jJl 'r'JlE" -rHF FIIt4T ! CANCER -- June 22-July 22 L 0.Q) 444-3351 I the narrators, Frickle and For the thrilling conclusion, I iw yt /tu ,r,--. r"-"/ J" \\; I I '- --.. ' A    New relationship needs ironing out; be sure each partner u ' Pickle, both clowns, to help please join us, young and old I  '- " __ I ( .,l / .J .."----.,"9 /'/ " k Xf'/q'J the other's expectations, capabilities. Educatio -- for an action-packed, [ o l ./ '.-f l/  ,. "/'& \\;C" "/9" academ,c goa appears on the horizon. I  ;: audience-involvement  ------v---.---J II rl / ,--.l" ..J (L_ r , iv. "- Y) I    I--., LEO - July 23-Auguat 22 I a . l [ ..... production of Jack and the l  __   x-,w'_l [ 1 "  ..--.l]ll' , ---4 J &  J' Tried and true methods are best bets in pel l l h fi ' I I i/ l I tW  a t Beanstalk. As the Giant says, / t-" "p.  _v I , ., ,'ql'*  {  J dealings. Solution to domestic dilemma is o1: I 1 !![ I l/II==,=_[[ Feefifo,,fum. Iwanttosee |X' . (': iL If ,.4,,T (- (.: .E_(  h,ddenanswers. Career reward caps the we I Ha (---2  everyone. I-b X %    7"  ,k VIRGO - Aufust23-September22 The cast includes Frickle, I  + Dealings with teachers and financial advisel TWIN CINEMA no' l, N.H. 603-643-2769 ....... Pickle /'  i |--%=,m " " " oletce rmywooa, , i - I % ' t  "_.,'1 Tuesday. Recent accomplishment continues t. . , ==all ),,_ N,00OL00O00 Uoor, i I I ON GOLDEN Robert Saxe, Giant's ?-'- r ----I 1 Starts_F_rlday i it's time to takeonbrandnewchallenge. LIBRA - $ eli em ,bet 13.1)ctoI ir i: I i llll IIl l Olhli daughter, Liz Burpee, Giant, ,I_;A. Career <.r academc i:leas ale nell rec;ived, I/ , I Starrln "alarin" Keith Roweltt, Bean Seller, I1.11t ! I  them wil  ciar ty. tr( ng frie, d ames t > you changes happ .,n o  i nd off :hr( ,ugh tl" wee Ilr00 I ./.;:: ;; .. - '_  .  Mike Portnor, and the Cow, __ "11, '-:! l. ti] t . I--uo .v,svs SCORI )10 - ( icl :ober 3, Nove mbel  l-uivo .v,svs Hepmwn, Henry renan & n Saxe and Samuel  --  c- JaneFonda Step, e "'-':l 7'': .d i1!!. :',,, " 9- " Week c<mbin,s a bit of fina,c,,l luck ,ith a ....... . . " Kowiett. : < (  , " |'s00rri00RichardDreyfuss I ............ (' 111 obligation. Bealer:t<.moneimiikingcpport. day. Reiinion are ac :ented ovt r the  leekei I EvesT:00&9:15 ! RatedPG  /7  / i ,,  '1,t1>" fllJice Pel[k Da]If ""//r] " il i ] ('/i SAGITrAR[US - Novi,ml}er 2bD., Romnc., and flier ds ip are ma or trer ds dul New an, I ma!ineti.: F ersonality nters pictur. .t " . "" /i:  <   . ,elalives want you to decide on family issue. anuque show and .. ' " Tried and true methods are best bets in personal and dealings. Solution to domestic dilemma is obvious -- don't hidden answers. Career reward caps the week Dealings with teachers and financial advisers favored on Tuesday. Recent accomplishment continues to win applause,  L _.;.. LIBRA - Septembelr ..-(Icto.r 22  7' Career or academic ideas are well received, so long as you them with clarity. Strong friend comes to you for support. changes happen on and off through the week. ., . t//.,,l.  SCORPIO - October ,3-November 21  Week combines a bit of financial luck with an extem ? /.   ii. obligation. Be alert to moneymaking opportunities Friday a-- - day. Reunions are accented over the weekend. SAGITTARIUS - November 22-December 22 Romance and friendship are major trends during a lively New and magnetic personality enters picture by TuesAay. [ UIII=e CONCENTRATED CAPRICORN -'December i3-January 20 1 1 A mobile week: romance takes a gentle turn in the right di DEODORIZER ==i,=,,, ;-_. March business associate does a complete about face. and travel I   is SO effective WITCH I __  that LEBANON-- March brings T by How' Rands ticularly to family gatherings -- is positively accented. BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK the first signs of spring in- -- /' i_ - - --.'---- -_ ..... --/" I  2 I0PS DEODORIZE cluding crocus, melting snow, , " ? HAT5 AND ES5 A warm and gentle friend. Adaptable to changing I I  A SKUNK! ' slightly warmer weather and , " .... preciative of life's beauties. Owner of a fancifutimagination. " fident than you should be. New career venture gz ins nol let the opportunity to get out of _ 7f .j. _ ---. ")) ""-' ..... ':l t May. Forging lifetime friendships accented through year. / i '0;' the house without falling on ' ,or you.. liliilroom, peta. cool,ng, miiOew, .0 ' theice. '  o   ')'( <"" ( BORN THIS WEEK ll dlapafl ores , , i ' ONE SHAKER Sqflfl a,l"PAI0 i March 21 also brings the March 4th, actress Paula Prentiss; 5th actor Rex Harrison" 6th,   " Rob Reiner; 7th, actress Anna Magnani; 8th, actress Lynn l I " BOTTLE  ..... I 10th Annual Alice Peck Day  t x - . i ..." 9th. promoter Marry lngels; 10th. actor Sam Jafle. I To r s c or money orr to SCHMIO PRODUCTS CO., Olv. ot I Memorial Hospital Auxiliary .- . --- . - 19/HMIO LABORATORIES, INC. Box A, Route4 Wilt, Little Falls, NJ 01424. I Antique Show and Sale i " ' " sponsored by the Alice Peck ''('<'"' " ' - //-'i..- I Ill II II Day Memorial Hospital   .......... Auxiliary. The show is co-  -_7_. 20v0'  " chaired by Mrs. Ute ' .2- " ....... "" "" """ C]lii lW )]11], Frankenstein and Mrs. Karen '" ACROSS  Jr] 1( Moulton and co-ordinated by .,r.ta  I[q..__ f3 I Talkt5 CmfL, rt ]0  klnlSh 111 OL lIB Mrs. James Fredyma. IT JUST SO HAPPENED by Kern I ]6 Deport F:irt man ON Understood 9 Pertaining to 111 Central St.  ".." This show, the largest ever, ]1., I  il's f'r-" ' ' . ? . . 14 Either soft palate " 19 Prepares for to celebrate an anniversary LUDWI V F.   _rN /.//g 17" /; Unm,xthelettersintheboxestoform (Lt S! l Woodsville, N.H. year will have at least 70 ,ct, ALY " . word. Then circle g, aorCf0rthecor" 16 Tropicalt,ee Publicohon dealers instead of the usual 40 /'/ / rect meaning (or definition). 17 tndion tribe i2 Slave t., '' MOVD/'/ i.f Scorevourselfasfollows: 13 V,tolofgn PAGE ll.ll.ll.,i.ll C:. .}  PIhVO 7"0 7"//. (/ ._.Q" 4Co]'rect-Excellent 2Correct-Fair insect :"i?. ""  g, "" Ad /DOL E OF,t F/=LD W'/.IE, Ig=[" : 3Correct-Good 1-0Correct-Poor , / COU#.P/dR r/f- B/ J "f" 21 22 24 26 Tie Up Your Dancing Shoes, Bring Your Best Guy Or Gal Or Just Come Alone And You Can Find A Pal. Saturday, March 6th REUNITED With Bob Hanley or 50, The show is being held in the Lebanon High School cafetorium and gymnasium (exit 18 off Int. 89), Lebanon, NH from 10:00 a.m until 4:00 p.m. The price this year will be $2.o0 or $1.75 with any newspaper advertisement. The auxiliary will have its usual delicious home-made sandwkhes and desserts at the sna,:k bar. There will also be the usual speciality table featuring all home-made desserts, jellies, beans, pickles and candy. SENIOR CITIZENS LUNCIIEON ORFORD-- There will be a Senior Citizens Luncheon meeting at the Orford Congregational Church on l|arch 9 beginning at 12:00 w)on. 3. .5'z R {dESK G 1-Rt.L 0_ GtlO(T 2. -i --L A a f-eCF, a Tar > C ROPE 3. ICIEIDIOI (,)ENTLE B FURRY C. I"t y 4. 00NIClLIE F i I I I (t RiBE t CURVE C S@URRE 27 29 31 33 35 Stinging Small ug IF, t]m Ranl 20 Bound Assam 23 Hindu grant Silkworm 2.5 Mine entrar,ce Rupees 28 Leg joint . (obbr) ]0 Portico Cc,nneci,on ,]2 Air current Spreads to tJr' 34 Arlnex Come asho,e .]5 Grl's name Phihppine hrec 36 Concede Belong.g lu 38. AI oil lime 40 Male deer 42 A glen 44 Eskimo settlement 47 Young animal 49 Greek letter 52 Saint (abbr.) 53 Within ;39 Sp,nnlng ta,  .... 43 Roof edge   45 L,kely 46 Harvesl T- tl 4 ! Entertain Iz 5U Digraph 51 Making clear  54 Skilled i DOWN ss 1 s Entrance 31 Printing meosure 1 . Mimic s'l Rifle sT 6 Note of scale For Your Reservation, Call Before 7:00 P.M. Tel. (603) 747-2505 or 747-2840. Page Z-ine Journal Optnion-Marca 3, igS2 I Arts and Entertainment OHIO BALLET TO PERFORM IN LYNDONVILLE-- One of America's foremost regional ballet companies, The Ohio Ballet, will perform at the Lyndon Institute Auditorium on Sunday March 7 at 7:30 p.m. The company includes eight men and 12 women who will perform five ballets, choreographed by company director Heinz Poll and Robert Jeffrey. The dances will be set to classical chamber music of Bach, Chopin, Tomaso Alninoni, Ernest Bloeh, and John Field. A live chamber ensemble will accompany the dancers. Haverhill girl accepted HAVERHILL-- Loretta September. Upon successful Wright, daughter of Mr. and completion of her program, Mrs. Raymond Wright pf she will receive an Associate Lennoxville Road 4n Degree in Business Science. HaverhiU, has been accepted Accessible desian contest CONCORD -- The Governor's Commission for the Han- dicapped is sponsoring a Design Contest to recognize innovative approaches toward making buildings accessible to disabled persons. Michael B. Ingram, a Manchester architect and Chairman of the Com- mission's Accessibility Committee, says "This effort not only challenges the creative talents of architects, contractors, and building owners, but also serves as an excellent tool for heightening their awareness and interest in accommodating disabled people." Awards will be given in four categories: new construction -- residential (private or public dwelling units); new construction -- nonresidential (offices, shopping centers, restaurants, churches, etc.); modifications -- residential; and modifications -- nonresidential. Each entry will he judged on accessibility, overall func- tional design, ease of main- tenance, aesthetics, energy efficiency, and affordability. Entries will be limited to facilities in the private sector, that is, homes and businesses whose construction or modification is done with private rather than public funds. Construction or renovations shall have begun no earlier than Jan. I, 1981. Deadline for submission is May 15, 1982. Winners will be announced in June. Request application forms and more information through the Governor's Commission for the Handicapped, 6 London Road, Concord, N.H. 03301, Tel: 271-2773 or 1-800-852-3405 toll-free.  Mary Dole will head county _c_mmittee for ETV auction WELLS RIVER .... Mary Dole area businesses. Items terrific . .., I love every donation or he of Wells River has been donated will be auctioned on minute of it!' She and her Orange County named ()range County television Aprill-10, helpingto husband Tom have two sons, may call 757-2203 Chairman for the 1982 Ver- bring in as much as 10percent Andy, 5, and Matthew, 2. information. taunt ETV Great TV Au:tion. of the state public television Volunteers are still needed Wednesday, March 3 WELLS RIVER: Senior Citizens Luncheon at the United Church of Christ vestry serving at noon. For reservations call 757-2206. BRADFORD: A Community Health Services Inc., Town Nurse will he at the Bradford Senior Center from 9:00 a.m. to l:00p.m. E. CORINTH: A Community Health Services Inc., Town Nurse will be at the E. Corinth Library from 2: 00 to 4: 00 p.m. Friday, March 5 BRADFORD: Senio Citizens Luncheon at the Oxbow Vocational Center serving at 11:45 a.m. For reservations call 222-4782. W. TOPSHAM: World Day of Prayer sponsored by the Church Women United at the W. Topsham Community Church at 2 p.m. Snow date is March 12. Saturday, March 6 POST MILLS: Fish Chowder Supper at the Post Mills Church starting at 6:00 p.m. Adults, $3.50; children, $2.50. Monday, March 8 BRADFORD: Upper Valley Speak Out For Children meeting at the Bradford Elementary School beginning at 7:30 p.m. THETFORD: Focus on the Family series at Thetford Elementary School. Film I: "The Strong Willed Child" at 7-9 p.m. Tuesday, March 9 ORFORD: Senior Citizens Luncheon meeting at the Orford Congregational Church starting at noon. Wednesday, March I0 WELLS RIVER: Senior Citizens Luncheon at the United Church of Christ vestry serving at noon. For reservations call 757-2206. NORWICH: A Community Health Services Inc., Town Nurse will he at the Norwich Senior Center from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. THETFORD: A Community Health Services Inc., Town Nurse will be at the Thetford Hill Church from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. This will be her third year network's annual budget. seeking donations of met'- Dole says she thinks chandise and services from working for Vermont ETV is III ICE SCULPTURE AT DARTMOUTH-- Shown here is the ice sculpture students created on the green at Hanover's Dartmouth College for display at last and welcome, says Dole. Anyone wishing to help the The, Auction effort by making a draw lead week's Winter Carnival. The theme of the was Moby Dick. GRUBBY By Warren Sattler RURAL DELIVERY u,j_._gj By AL SMITH STARSCOPE by Clare Annswell 4 WEEK OF: MARCH 4, 1982 AQUARIUS - January 21-February 19 Thursday's news makes you laugh and/or blush. Saturday's' bring surprises along. Loved one may be inconsistent startit day. And fascinating new faces brighten the whole week. fall enrollment at Hesser olegeinManchester, N.H. 'wAr Iln,fi tlt lJ#rofrll ............... WOW, Loretta is a Senior at jgstm st  J.tl&aLll, l'l"S I PISCES- February 20-March 20 Woodsville High School, 1 I If "% OLDI Youngsters adopt you as a positive role model, where she has participated in renearsm,, m 00,tsaon . :.  i //,\\; could be vying for your attentions. Ingenuity solves a romanlCl field hockey softball, band,  i  :::  ..-- -. | (v \\;\  ma. drama, and has been a LISBON-- The Upstage Jack out of dangerous   :{=:   "(>::  l---x)- :: I ARIES - March 21-Apdl 20 member of Junior Honor Players will be presenting an situations. Jack is the strong -. .r_ -  '----'-,/,. -- I /  I  =c ---'" Keyword is simplify: clear up clutter, be precise with words, Society. involvement children's resourceful son of a poor _/- , 'C- " - | I ' /-L -) straighttorwardroute. Also. begin that health routine you k Loretta isplanning tomajor theater production of Jack and widow. He overcomes great /fd:', . i  I L-=,=,,,-L' ( {[ / ' ..... about -- and enjoy a sweetened romantic life. in a two year Travel and the Beamstalk, Saturday, odds by defeating the giant , / ,- . ,-_   I ,. - Atrhne Careers program March l3 at 2:00 p.m. and7:00 But the giant is also very :   _, =%1l l  'i_' TAURUS- Aprl121-May22 m at the Lisbon Town Hall  i - m,, -: ., -:-.--=-. when she enters Hesser in p.. " mean and ugly, and very fast, ' '  " ;-- -- ' I  - - -- }ointYu funds.and partnerFlippantat laStremarkSee eyemaytOoffendeye OnconServativethe subject oft oltd ,  ...... - .....  Admission at the door. Can Jack escape forever. - ,-  [ a-.rz you prove your loyalty by end of this period. I DIAMONDS WATCHES ! The play is an adaptation of Will the giant's lovely  L'MIL GEMINI - May 23-June 21 JWeRepairAG=CUTRONTIMEX.! the famous fairy tale. It is daughter help him? What "..,,..,mn ,v -  " I and A,I Makes ! written and directed by David about the sneaky man who lduro ID- ii  , .... Fact is more intrestlng than fk:tion, with interesting new ! ...................... =----I Haywd' tricks Jack into selling his cow TAHINk "' F  L' ing your sphere. Money theme accented. Financial HASKELL JEWELERS . Its in 120 YC)LI . , "T'H ] f>J'O)(.J/C , '.--  . O H(M underway and a small windfall drops by Tuesday. t yXJ /14AJ AtOP Jl jJl 'r'JlE" -rHF FIIt4T ! CANCER -- June 22-July 22 L 0.Q) 444-3351 I the narrators, Frickle and For the thrilling conclusion, I iw yt /tu ,r,--. r"-"/ J" \\; I I '- --.. ' A    New relationship needs ironing out; be sure each partner u ' Pickle, both clowns, to help please join us, young and old I  '- " __ I ( .,l / .J .."----.,"9 /'/ " k Xf'/q'J the other's expectations, capabilities. Educatio -- for an action-packed, [ o l ./ '.-f l/  ,. "/'& \\;C" "/9" academ,c goa appears on the horizon. I  ;: audience-involvement  ------v---.---J II rl / ,--.l" ..J (L_ r , iv. "- Y) I    I--., LEO - July 23-Auguat 22 I a . l [ ..... production of Jack and the l  __   x-,w'_l [ 1 "  ..--.l]ll' , ---4 J &  J' Tried and true methods are best bets in pel l l h fi ' I I i/ l I tW  a t Beanstalk. As the Giant says, / t-" "p.  _v I , ., ,'ql'*  {  J dealings. Solution to domestic dilemma is o1: I 1 !![ I l/II==,=_[[ Feefifo,,fum. Iwanttosee |X' . (': iL If ,.4,,T (- (.: .E_(  h,ddenanswers. Career reward caps the we I Ha (---2  everyone. I-b X %    7"  ,k VIRGO - Aufust23-September22 The cast includes Frickle, I  + Dealings with teachers and financial advisel TWIN CINEMA no' l, N.H. 603-643-2769 ....... Pickle /'  i |--%=,m " " " oletce rmywooa, , i - I % ' t  "_.,'1 Tuesday. Recent accomplishment continues t. . , ==all ),,_ N,00OL00O00 Uoor, i I I ON GOLDEN Robert Saxe, Giant's ?-'- r ----I 1 Starts_F_rlday i it's time to takeonbrandnewchallenge. LIBRA - $ eli em ,bet 13.1)ctoI ir i: I i llll IIl l Olhli daughter, Liz Burpee, Giant, ,I_;A. Career <.r academc i:leas ale nell rec;ived, I/ , I Starrln "alarin" Keith Roweltt, Bean Seller, I1.11t ! I  them wil  ciar ty. tr( ng frie, d ames t > you changes happ .,n o  i nd off :hr( ,ugh tl" wee Ilr00 I ./.;:: ;; .. - '_  .  Mike Portnor, and the Cow, __ "11, '-:! l. ti] t . I--uo .v,svs SCORI )10 - ( icl :ober 3, Nove mbel  l-uivo .v,svs Hepmwn, Henry renan & n Saxe and Samuel  --  c- JaneFonda Step, e "'-':l 7'': .d i1!!. :',,, " 9- " Week c<mbin,s a bit of fina,c,,l luck ,ith a ....... . . " Kowiett. : < (  , " |'s00rri00RichardDreyfuss I ............ (' 111 obligation. Bealer:t<.moneimiikingcpport. day. Reiinion are ac :ented ovt r the  leekei I EvesT:00&9:15 ! RatedPG  /7  / i ,,  '1,t1>" fllJice Pel[k Da]If ""//r] " il i ] ('/i SAGITrAR[US - Novi,ml}er 2bD., Romnc., and flier ds ip are ma or trer ds dul New an, I ma!ineti.: F ersonality nters pictur. .t " . "" /i:  <   . ,elalives want you to decide on family issue. anuque show and .. ' " Tried and true methods are best bets in personal and dealings. Solution to domestic dilemma is obvious -- don't hidden answers. Career reward caps the week Dealings with teachers and financial advisers favored on Tuesday. Recent accomplishment continues to win applause,  L _.;.. LIBRA - Septembelr ..-(Icto.r 22  7' Career or academic ideas are well received, so long as you them with clarity. Strong friend comes to you for support. changes happen on and off through the week. ., . t//.,,l.  SCORPIO - October ,3-November 21  Week combines a bit of financial luck with an extem ? /.   ii. obligation. Be alert to moneymaking opportunities Friday a-- - day. Reunions are accented over the weekend. SAGITTARIUS - November 22-December 22 Romance and friendship are major trends during a lively New and magnetic personality enters picture by TuesAay. [ UIII=e CONCENTRATED CAPRICORN -'December i3-January 20 1 1 A mobile week: romance takes a gentle turn in the right di DEODORIZER ==i,=,,, ;-_. March business associate does a complete about face. and travel I   is SO effective WITCH I __  that LEBANON-- March brings T by How' Rands ticularly to family gatherings -- is positively accented. BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK the first signs of spring in- -- /' i_ - - --.'---- -_ ..... --/" I  2 I0PS DEODORIZE cluding crocus, melting snow, , " ? HAT5 AND ES5 A warm and gentle friend. Adaptable to changing I I  A SKUNK! ' slightly warmer weather and , " .... preciative of life's beauties. Owner of a fancifutimagination. " fident than you should be. New career venture gz ins nol let the opportunity to get out of _ 7f .j. _ ---. ")) ""-' ..... ':l t May. Forging lifetime friendships accented through year. / i '0;' the house without falling on ' ,or you.. liliilroom, peta. cool,ng, miiOew, .0 ' theice. '  o   ')'( <"" ( BORN THIS WEEK ll dlapafl ores , , i ' ONE SHAKER Sqflfl a,l"PAI0 i March 21 also brings the March 4th, actress Paula Prentiss; 5th actor Rex Harrison" 6th,   " Rob Reiner; 7th, actress Anna Magnani; 8th, actress Lynn l I " BOTTLE  ..... I 10th Annual Alice Peck Day  t x - . i ..." 9th. promoter Marry lngels; 10th. actor Sam Jafle. I To r s c or money orr to SCHMIO PRODUCTS CO., Olv. ot I Memorial Hospital Auxiliary .- . --- . - 19/HMIO LABORATORIES, INC. Box A, Route4 Wilt, Little Falls, NJ 01424. I Antique Show and Sale i " ' " sponsored by the Alice Peck ''('<'"' " ' - //-'i..- I Ill II II Day Memorial Hospital   .......... Auxiliary. The show is co-  -_7_. 20v0'  " chaired by Mrs. Ute ' .2- " ....... "" "" """ C]lii lW )]11], Frankenstein and Mrs. Karen '" ACROSS  Jr] 1( Moulton and co-ordinated by .,r.ta  I[q..__ f3 I Talkt5 CmfL, rt ]0  klnlSh 111 OL lIB Mrs. James Fredyma. IT JUST SO HAPPENED by Kern I ]6 Deport F:irt man ON Understood 9 Pertaining to 111 Central St.  ".." This show, the largest ever, ]1., I  il's f'r-" ' ' . ? . . 14 Either soft palate " 19 Prepares for to celebrate an anniversary LUDWI V F.   _rN /.//g 17" /; Unm,xthelettersintheboxestoform (Lt S! l Woodsville, N.H. year will have at least 70 ,ct, ALY " . word. Then circle g, aorCf0rthecor" 16 Tropicalt,ee Publicohon dealers instead of the usual 40 /'/ / rect meaning (or definition). 17 tndion tribe i2 Slave t., '' MOVD/'/ i.f Scorevourselfasfollows: 13 V,tolofgn PAGE ll.ll.ll.,i.ll C:. .}  PIhVO 7"0 7"//. (/ ._.Q" 4Co]'rect-Excellent 2Correct-Fair insect :"i?. ""  g, "" Ad /DOL E OF,t F/=LD W'/.IE, Ig=[" : 3Correct-Good 1-0Correct-Poor , / COU#.P/dR r/f- B/ J "f" 21 22 24 26 Tie Up Your Dancing Shoes, Bring Your Best Guy Or Gal Or Just Come Alone And You Can Find A Pal. Saturday, March 6th REUNITED With Bob Hanley or 50, The show is being held in the Lebanon High School cafetorium and gymnasium (exit 18 off Int. 89), Lebanon, NH from 10:00 a.m until 4:00 p.m. The price this year will be $2.o0 or $1.75 with any newspaper advertisement. The auxiliary will have its usual delicious home-made sandwkhes and desserts at the sna,:k bar. There will also be the usual speciality table featuring all home-made desserts, jellies, beans, pickles and candy. SENIOR CITIZENS LUNCIIEON ORFORD-- There will be a Senior Citizens Luncheon meeting at the Orford Congregational Church on l|arch 9 beginning at 12:00 w)on. 3. .5'z R {dESK G 1-Rt.L 0_ GtlO(T 2. -i --L A a f-eCF, a Tar > C ROPE 3. ICIEIDIOI (,)ENTLE B FURRY C. I"t y 4. 00NIClLIE F i I I I (t RiBE t CURVE C S@URRE 27 29 31 33 35 Stinging Small ug IF, t]m Ranl 20 Bound Assam 23 Hindu grant Silkworm 2.5 Mine entrar,ce Rupees 28 Leg joint . (obbr) ]0 Portico Cc,nneci,on ,]2 Air current Spreads to tJr' 34 Arlnex Come asho,e .]5 Grl's name Phihppine hrec 36 Concede Belong.g lu 38. AI oil lime 40 Male deer 42 A glen 44 Eskimo settlement 47 Young animal 49 Greek letter 52 Saint (abbr.) 53 Within ;39 Sp,nnlng ta,  .... 43 Roof edge   45 L,kely 46 Harvesl T- tl 4 ! Entertain Iz 5U Digraph 51 Making clear  54 Skilled i DOWN ss 1 s Entrance 31 Printing meosure 1 . Mimic s'l Rifle sT 6 Note of scale For Your Reservation, Call Before 7:00 P.M. Tel. (603) 747-2505 or 747-2840.