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Page 2-The Journal Opinion-April 28, 1982 and Herbs can add spice to your life BRADFORD-- "Put half a Camomile and catnip are good clove of garlic in each cheek when you go to bed and in the morning your cold will be gone . . . but you'd better plan to sleep alone !" Hints that varied from the above to making a delicate nosegay (a tussy-mussy) made with a rose surrounded by herbs with the stems drawn through a paper doily were presented by herbalist Adele Dawson of Marshfield when she spoke April 20 at the Bradford Public Library. About 40 people were present to enjoy the program and refreshments which were presented by the trustees as part of the National Library Week observance. Mrs. Dawson, who has studied herbs in China, Guatemala, Spain, Japan, Mexico and France, told her audience that 50 percent of our prescription drugs have herbs in them and herbs leave no side effects; that in curing the disease they cure the person. for a baby's stomach ache while powdered sage rubbed on the gums is good for toothache. The following are among the tips Mrs. Dawson passed on for the growing and use of herbs: -- If plants don't seem happy where you've planted them, plant camomile nearby. Camomile in the water is good for sick fish. -- To speed the growth of parsley, soak seeds 24 hours, scatter of fine dirt, cover with newspapers and keep the papers wet; they'll be sprouted in half the time. Parsley is a "thinking herb", it does for the body what needs doing. A parsley tea is good for high blood pressure, or for low. -- Basil makes a "popper upper" tea. -- A pasta sauce can be made by putting handfuls of basil in a large woeden bowl, crushing it with the back of a spoon, adding pine nuts or walnuts, grated Romano cheese, garlic and oil until it mixes to the consistency of soft butter. Small Bouquets of Herbs -- Herbs can be combined in tiny bouquets, tied with thread, frozen in bags then taken out for use in soups; basil, marjoram and savory make a good combination, as do parsley, chives and mar- joram, or thyme, savory and basil, or marjoram, chives, basil and oregano. Any combinations may be used. -- Rosemary may be brought in from the garden to winter in a pot, but must be kept where the root remains cool. -- Comfrey will prevent infection, bruising or bleeding, and is good for bee strings. -- Plantain is good for bee stings when chewed and then put on the sting. A fresh plantain leaf placed between the foot and the sock "keeps hikers from tiring." -- Tansy is often found around old cellar holes near . where the back door had been. It was planted there to draw ants .from the house for the like tansy; other insects do not. -- Wormwood will keep worms off cabbages. -- An insect spray may be made by boiling up tansy, wormwood, and hyssop, then adding a clove of peeled garlic. .-- Hyssop or hyssop and pennyroyal in the mop water is good for killing fleas in a house. Nutritional yeast and garlic in a diet will keep fleas from biting. -- Borage is a mood changer. -- Catnip is good for preventing colds in children. Give them catnip tea before bed and keep them well covered. -- A thin slice of garlic in the shoe is also "good for curing a cold." -- To learn about herbs, start with a couple and then move on to others. -- When drying herbs, they must be bone dry before being placed in jars. Keep only one year. Don't dry herbs on aluminum cooky sheets. -- Herb vinegars are made by packing sterilized jars with herbs, bringing vinegar to boil, pouring into jars, later pouring out vinegar. Basil and thyme are especially good. -- Herb jellies can be made by using crabapples, adding herbs, no jelly agent is needed. Fill jar half-way add a fresh herb leaf, then finish filling. -- Echinacea tea is good for step or staph infection. A tea of myrrh and echinacea may be used for a drink or gargle, but must be used for ten days as weould be an antibiotic. New Library Service The library was recently given a 3M copying machine Thetford Concert scheduled THETFORD-- The Thefford musicologist, Valerie Pilcher. strings and woodwinds. Chamber Singers hold their Amateurs though ,they are The program will be  CALEn annual spring concert Sunday, tackle this demanding repeated, following church May2 at 8:00 p.m., in the program with talent and suppers, on Wednesday, May5 E EVE Thetford Hill Congregational enthusiasm. They will be in the Bethel Congregational Church. accompanied by Jane Helms Church, and on Wednesday, The program includes Haydn's intricate "Te Deum", Schuert's youthful "Mass in G", and Mozart's musical valentines; the "Sachs Noc- turnos". Forty-five men and women from nine towns in the Upper Valley make up the Chamber Singers, led by the gifted hooking open house BARRE-- The Green Mountain Hooking Craft Guild is hosting an Open House from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. on Saturday, May 8, at the Knights of Columbus Hall on Pine Hill Road in Barre, Vt. If you are interested in an authentic New England craft, don't miss this open house. All work displayed has been done by local craftsmen. There will be a meeting for the members at 9:30 a.m. with a luncheon at noon. Please call 1-802-476-5510 for more information. by Otterman and Allen which is available to the public. A charge of 15 cents is required to cover the cost of supplies. o the piano and organ, andby May 12 in the Lebanon a chamber orchestra of CongregationalChurch. "Our American Heritage" F-V Contest V.F.W. AUXILIARY POST NO. 5245 7th Grade Ist Place---John Wright American Heritage to me is everything and everyone who has helped our country and our people become free. It is fighting for what we know is right and making industries to make things we need. It is having laws and courts that bring justice to the people. It is fighting the wars we have fought so our posterity wouldn't have to fight. It's the states bonding together over the centuries, making our nation strong, the churches giving us the religion we want and the transportation making it easier to travel from place to place. Most of all American Heritage is the people, everyone who has given their lives for our country, the soldiers who fought for righteousness, and the people who work every day, making money to support their families. Such people as the farmers, office workers, and construction workers, all of whom have helped to build our country and have it prosper. Also the scientists who have helped to develop new inventions which make life easier. Last, the Constitution, it has helped to lay the foundation of our government over the years, keeping our government just and powerful, but not too powerful. It is this and everything else which has helped develop our Country, that is: "Our American Heritage". Wednesday, April 28 WHITE RIVER: Senior Citizens Luncheon Church of Christ vestry serving at noon. For call 757-2206. Thursday, April 29 LYME: Rummage Sale at the Lyme Church ning at 10:00 a.m. Friday, April 30 BRADFORD: Senior Citizens Luncheon Vocational Center serving at 11:45 a.m. For 222-4782. LYME: Rummage Sale at the Lyme ning at 10:00 a.m. Saturday, May I BRADFORD: Square Dance at the Oxbow Cafeteria beginning at 8:00 p.m. Sponsored necticut Valley Swingers. Sunday, May 2 THETFORD: Thefford Chamber Singers hefford Hill Church starting at 8:00 p.m. Tuesday, May 4 HAVERHILL: 4-H informational meeting at Chapel beginning at 7:00 p.m. LYME: Rummage Sale at the Lyme Church at 10:00a.m. Wednesday, May 5 WELLS RIVER: Senior Citizens Luncheon at Church of Christ vestry serving at noon. call 757-2206. NEWBURY: Community Health Services, INC., at the Bailey Memorial Club from 2:00 to 4:00 WELLS RIVER: Community Health Services, Nurse, at the United Church of Christ from 9:001 p.m. BRADFORD: Christian singing group Bradford Academy Building, I0:00 a.m. GRUBBY . By Warren SaLtier /4 /4EAR LIKE , " SNOtO AT THE PLaY'USE/ ),THE DICTIONARV..., I RURAL DELIVERY By AI Smith LWAN/OH. MRS. GLO'rZ: V', S!  :WA'r'M',' V  LAN'SAKES,\\;I ftVaENO'rUT XI, JUST THE" ONE" I t,'E: RENT MON-'%/, ITF4eRE'S NO II LOOK _AZ "I'HE FUNEIAL.I{C,,Z_,,]Ilk  ROACN N F,Ov@R ONE  II April 30, g 00 p m to 2 00 a m So : CN ue TE eN To 11[ [..l(' The benefit is for the ,x-L American Friends Service NAPOLEON By MgBride ud Moore /. %-.- Committee and its work on the IHOWA,NV,EWAVS I  I : This Saturday Is May Day, Nuclear Weapons Freeze ITO.  ABOUT se OUr I  I -- Campaign. I IN TW CTE_ET 7 NOW' G" I I ,,  I So Come On, Dance The Night Awayl The five bands totaling over You Won't De Able To Sit Still, 30 musicians include Northern [YOU GET NIT/  I  (. #" At The Famo su lodsville! Tamarack, Ruth Sylvester's ,  Band and Bernie Waugh's Band. Dances will be taught; ' beginnersare welcome. 7 i Saturday, May 1st TASKER'S WELL "Reunited" Your Business! TWI'I;CH _ b, How'Rands With BOb Hanley i .E00LO, I z EvEK LET l I ALWNT ZELPA, YOU B"N DUMB " l COULD YOU DOWN ? ENOCJOI4 "tO [ LENP AE / GIVE YOU I Two HUNDKE'P  TI-IE CH/I, NC, E. / 603-942'8173 e For Your Reservations Call Before 7:00 P.M. ao3-942-sss (603) 747-2505 Or 747-2840 NORTHWOOD, N.H. 0000 000000000000000000000000 The CAMERA SHOP of Hanover IS PROUD TO INTRODUCE AN EXCITING NEW PRODUCT TO THE UPPER VALLEY: Boston Acoustics Loudspeakers Twice-winners of the tll.Fl Grand Prix Award, these speakers start at only $150 a pair ! Come See us at the Home & Trade Show Thompson Arena, Hanover, April 23-25 DO00000 0000000000000000000000 STARSC Cllre Alllwd| WEEK OF: APRIL 29, 1982 AQUARIUS - January 21-Feltmut 19 .' While friends enjoy prosperity you must tighten your " , ! strings. Upcoming travel plans need additional discusdO, tion. Missing objects begin to turn up after the weekend. PISCES - Februm 20-Mrch 20 tii Love and friendship cycles accented, but resist any urg Money burns holes through all your pockets. Spend less details, more time organizing priorities. ARIES - March 21-April 20 Lucky streak continues through Monday, helping you near catastrophes in the area of personal cancellation is offset by cheedul financial news. TAURUS - April 21-MI Eliminate household hazards and dress for variable tlons. More objectivity makes it easier to mediate favorite people. Community event see you in the GEMINI -- Muy J.4fune 1 Noteworthy period for bargain hunters, especially lect curios or art objects. Family fitness or health unanimous support -- with CANCER - June 22-July Housemate may be cool or coy, but don't press. brightener favored by Wednesday. Entertaining on lng gi from scratch are what you do best now. LEO - July 23-Aupot 22 Ambition is strong but a sense of direction methodically and do not act on impulse. means a halt to recent spending sprees. VIRGO - Augurer 2&Seiembet 2 Relationships are at uptempo and new and amusing. Ideas are met with enthusiasm, but you willing and able to can, y them out. LIBRA -- Siptlml lOctolmr22 d | r Accent is on the past. You may learn something about at L perhaps a friend from yesteryear steps Into the prent, r, especially strong through the weekend. !L, sc0.m,,o - Otot., i-No..,,,, ii  . There s more -- much mote -- than mea the eye in w volunteer for this week. Making profeulonal conta Friday-Saturday. Collect outsndlng debts by Wedneli i! .SAGITTARIUS - November 22.br el i ''l You're very much in charge of houhold affalr domestic scheme takes off. If asked to do any favors th for possible conflicts of interast. C,,mCOaN - n,.,--b,, Zo=,,-V so ..,i Friction among relatives tires you bY the weekend, _,0" touches of glamor as of Sunday. Writers and excel at their work during this week. BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK (rtant, lliil more . lilll' schedule  . e Your appearance Is important, loyalty is important, portant. You weigh pros and cons, then stick to steadfastly. More flexibility combined with more achieve a career or academic goal ahead of BORN THIS lkqEJEK April 29th, conductor Zubin Mehta; 30th, inger Ist, Linger Judy Collins; 2nd, lner En singer Pete Seeger; 4th, actress Wynett. i i --: .- SOL IT JUST SO HAPPENED by Kern 'l Oi b . ' 36 Brick carr,er M# . Fruit 37. Hindu gront SA  Vumix the letters in the boes to form II ",e 91 C:-rneof 39, Companion 'O., -; [w word. Then circle A, BorCfortheeor-  chance 40 Within , 6] t reetmeanisg(ordefmition). [.5-]\\; 10. Beginning 41. Elephant . . . r$ i2. A40g.#' iI$$I  4Correct-Excellent 2Correct-Flir ]" .. [7"H/V/KTV$1At,RF[X.  3Correct-Good 1-0C0rrect-Poor  14. Femole porent _ oxide ,. Ill 15. Viper 4, I:latracn,an f ev,.,vr,. ,,,o 1"  R E E ll67. Aftra?River barrier 46 ...... Cattleraundup  a a'oue ' MY f.Mo -7 4/ thor girl MSRICAjV # 18.. Part in play 20. Port of to be i Ill''' 21. SimilOr DOWN A. EXCLhlH . SMELL C, REMARK. 22. Make into law C: /! PJ!6RJ. I 24. Expunged I. Lost 7. 26. Kind of fish 2. Insect 8. l-Cu L 2. Q I 2s Eggs 3. Russion home 9 29. Repel 4. Water wheel 11. 31. Either 5. Bord 12. 33. Church recess 6. Finish 13. A FEATHER i. CHRLK . CN$iRCOL r'-  r   F  r ,. o,, , ..., .... .-.---- 3' [GN I TGW _ " -1 - il'-- P 4. ,i: 'lOIN F' ---illi r \\;' I i I_J - l- \\; . HaR a. SPeA c SuLT -- cl,,,, ",,. ,- d.,b.'" rl_,_ "J-GF4d#O "h Page 2-The Journal Opinion-April 28, 1982 and Herbs can add spice to your life BRADFORD-- "Put half a Camomile and catnip are good clove of garlic in each cheek when you go to bed and in the morning your cold will be gone . . . but you'd better plan to sleep alone !" Hints that varied from the above to making a delicate nosegay (a tussy-mussy) made with a rose surrounded by herbs with the stems drawn through a paper doily were presented by herbalist Adele Dawson of Marshfield when she spoke April 20 at the Bradford Public Library. About 40 people were present to enjoy the program and refreshments which were presented by the trustees as part of the National Library Week observance. Mrs. Dawson, who has studied herbs in China, Guatemala, Spain, Japan, Mexico and France, told her audience that 50 percent of our prescription drugs have herbs in them and herbs leave no side effects; that in curing the disease they cure the person. for a baby's stomach ache while powdered sage rubbed on the gums is good for toothache. The following are among the tips Mrs. Dawson passed on for the growing and use of herbs: -- If plants don't seem happy where you've planted them, plant camomile nearby. Camomile in the water is good for sick fish. -- To speed the growth of parsley, soak seeds 24 hours, scatter of fine dirt, cover with newspapers and keep the papers wet; they'll be sprouted in half the time. Parsley is a "thinking herb", it does for the body what needs doing. A parsley tea is good for high blood pressure, or for low. -- Basil makes a "popper upper" tea. -- A pasta sauce can be made by putting handfuls of basil in a large woeden bowl, crushing it with the back of a spoon, adding pine nuts or walnuts, grated Romano cheese, garlic and oil until it mixes to the consistency of soft butter. Small Bouquets of Herbs -- Herbs can be combined in tiny bouquets, tied with thread, frozen in bags then taken out for use in soups; basil, marjoram and savory make a good combination, as do parsley, chives and mar- joram, or thyme, savory and basil, or marjoram, chives, basil and oregano. Any combinations may be used. -- Rosemary may be brought in from the garden to winter in a pot, but must be kept where the root remains cool. -- Comfrey will prevent infection, bruising or bleeding, and is good for bee strings. -- Plantain is good for bee stings when chewed and then put on the sting. A fresh plantain leaf placed between the foot and the sock "keeps hikers from tiring." -- Tansy is often found around old cellar holes near . where the back door had been. It was planted there to draw ants .from the house for the like tansy; other insects do not. -- Wormwood will keep worms off cabbages. -- An insect spray may be made by boiling up tansy, wormwood, and hyssop, then adding a clove of peeled garlic. .-- Hyssop or hyssop and pennyroyal in the mop water is good for killing fleas in a house. Nutritional yeast and garlic in a diet will keep fleas from biting. -- Borage is a mood changer. -- Catnip is good for preventing colds in children. Give them catnip tea before bed and keep them well covered. -- A thin slice of garlic in the shoe is also "good for curing a cold." -- To learn about herbs, start with a couple and then move on to others. -- When drying herbs, they must be bone dry before being placed in jars. Keep only one year. Don't dry herbs on aluminum cooky sheets. -- Herb vinegars are made by packing sterilized jars with herbs, bringing vinegar to boil, pouring into jars, later pouring out vinegar. Basil and thyme are especially good. -- Herb jellies can be made by using crabapples, adding herbs, no jelly agent is needed. Fill jar half-way add a fresh herb leaf, then finish filling. -- Echinacea tea is good for step or staph infection. A tea of myrrh and echinacea may be used for a drink or gargle, but must be used for ten days as weould be an antibiotic. New Library Service The library was recently given a 3M copying machine Thetford Concert scheduled THETFORD-- The Thefford musicologist, Valerie Pilcher. strings and woodwinds. Chamber Singers hold their Amateurs though ,they are The program will be  CALEn annual spring concert Sunday, tackle this demanding repeated, following church May2 at 8:00 p.m., in the program with talent and suppers, on Wednesday, May5 E EVE Thetford Hill Congregational enthusiasm. They will be in the Bethel Congregational Church. accompanied by Jane Helms Church, and on Wednesday, The program includes Haydn's intricate "Te Deum", Schuert's youthful "Mass in G", and Mozart's musical valentines; the "Sachs Noc- turnos". Forty-five men and women from nine towns in the Upper Valley make up the Chamber Singers, led by the gifted hooking open house BARRE-- The Green Mountain Hooking Craft Guild is hosting an Open House from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. on Saturday, May 8, at the Knights of Columbus Hall on Pine Hill Road in Barre, Vt. If you are interested in an authentic New England craft, don't miss this open house. All work displayed has been done by local craftsmen. There will be a meeting for the members at 9:30 a.m. with a luncheon at noon. Please call 1-802-476-5510 for more information. by Otterman and Allen which is available to the public. A charge of 15 cents is required to cover the cost of supplies. o the piano and organ, andby May 12 in the Lebanon a chamber orchestra of CongregationalChurch. "Our American Heritage" F-V Contest V.F.W. AUXILIARY POST NO. 5245 7th Grade Ist Place---John Wright American Heritage to me is everything and everyone who has helped our country and our people become free. It is fighting for what we know is right and making industries to make things we need. It is having laws and courts that bring justice to the people. It is fighting the wars we have fought so our posterity wouldn't have to fight. It's the states bonding together over the centuries, making our nation strong, the churches giving us the religion we want and the transportation making it easier to travel from place to place. Most of all American Heritage is the people, everyone who has given their lives for our country, the soldiers who fought for righteousness, and the people who work every day, making money to support their families. Such people as the farmers, office workers, and construction workers, all of whom have helped to build our country and have it prosper. Also the scientists who have helped to develop new inventions which make life easier. Last, the Constitution, it has helped to lay the foundation of our government over the years, keeping our government just and powerful, but not too powerful. It is this and everything else which has helped develop our Country, that is: "Our American Heritage". Wednesday, April 28 WHITE RIVER: Senior Citizens Luncheon Church of Christ vestry serving at noon. For call 757-2206. Thursday, April 29 LYME: Rummage Sale at the Lyme Church ning at 10:00 a.m. Friday, April 30 BRADFORD: Senior Citizens Luncheon Vocational Center serving at 11:45 a.m. For 222-4782. LYME: Rummage Sale at the Lyme ning at 10:00 a.m. Saturday, May I BRADFORD: Square Dance at the Oxbow Cafeteria beginning at 8:00 p.m. Sponsored necticut Valley Swingers. Sunday, May 2 THETFORD: Thefford Chamber Singers hefford Hill Church starting at 8:00 p.m. Tuesday, May 4 HAVERHILL: 4-H informational meeting at Chapel beginning at 7:00 p.m. LYME: Rummage Sale at the Lyme Church at 10:00a.m. Wednesday, May 5 WELLS RIVER: Senior Citizens Luncheon at Church of Christ vestry serving at noon. call 757-2206. NEWBURY: Community Health Services, INC., at the Bailey Memorial Club from 2:00 to 4:00 WELLS RIVER: Community Health Services, Nurse, at the United Church of Christ from 9:001 p.m. BRADFORD: Christian singing group Bradford Academy Building, I0:00 a.m. GRUBBY . By Warren SaLtier /4 /4EAR LIKE , " SNOtO AT THE PLaY'USE/ ),THE DICTIONARV..., I RURAL DELIVERY By AI Smith LWAN/OH. MRS. GLO'rZ: V', S!  :WA'r'M',' V  LAN'SAKES,\\;I ftVaENO'rUT XI, JUST THE" ONE" I t,'E: RENT MON-'%/, ITF4eRE'S NO II LOOK _AZ "I'HE FUNEIAL.I{C,,Z_,,]Ilk  ROACN N F,Ov@R ONE  II April 30, g 00 p m to 2 00 a m So : CN ue TE eN To 11[ [..l(' The benefit is for the ,x-L American Friends Service NAPOLEON By MgBride ud Moore /. %-.- Committee and its work on the IHOWA,NV,EWAVS I  I : This Saturday Is May Day, Nuclear Weapons Freeze ITO.  ABOUT se OUr I  I -- Campaign. I IN TW CTE_ET 7 NOW' G" I I ,,  I So Come On, Dance The Night Awayl The five bands totaling over You Won't De Able To Sit Still, 30 musicians include Northern [YOU GET NIT/  I  (. #" At The Famo su lodsville! Tamarack, Ruth Sylvester's ,  Band and Bernie Waugh's Band. Dances will be taught; ' beginnersare welcome. 7 i Saturday, May 1st TASKER'S WELL "Reunited" Your Business! TWI'I;CH _ b, How'Rands With BOb Hanley i .E00LO, I z EvEK LET l I ALWNT ZELPA, YOU B"N DUMB " l COULD YOU DOWN ? ENOCJOI4 "tO [ LENP AE / GIVE YOU I Two HUNDKE'P  TI-IE CH/I, NC, E. / 603-942'8173 e For Your Reservations Call Before 7:00 P.M. ao3-942-sss (603) 747-2505 Or 747-2840 NORTHWOOD, N.H. 0000 000000000000000000000000 The CAMERA SHOP of Hanover IS PROUD TO INTRODUCE AN EXCITING NEW PRODUCT TO THE UPPER VALLEY: Boston Acoustics Loudspeakers Twice-winners of the tll.Fl Grand Prix Award, these speakers start at only $150 a pair ! Come See us at the Home & Trade Show Thompson Arena, Hanover, April 23-25 DO00000 0000000000000000000000 STARSC Cllre Alllwd| WEEK OF: APRIL 29, 1982 AQUARIUS - January 21-Feltmut 19 .' While friends enjoy prosperity you must tighten your " , ! strings. Upcoming travel plans need additional discusdO, tion. Missing objects begin to turn up after the weekend. PISCES - Februm 20-Mrch 20 tii Love and friendship cycles accented, but resist any urg Money burns holes through all your pockets. Spend less details, more time organizing priorities. ARIES - March 21-April 20 Lucky streak continues through Monday, helping you near catastrophes in the area of personal cancellation is offset by cheedul financial news. TAURUS - April 21-MI Eliminate household hazards and dress for variable tlons. More objectivity makes it easier to mediate favorite people. Community event see you in the GEMINI -- Muy J.4fune 1 Noteworthy period for bargain hunters, especially lect curios or art objects. Family fitness or health unanimous support -- with CANCER - June 22-July Housemate may be cool or coy, but don't press. brightener favored by Wednesday. Entertaining on lng gi from scratch are what you do best now. LEO - July 23-Aupot 22 Ambition is strong but a sense of direction methodically and do not act on impulse. means a halt to recent spending sprees. VIRGO - Augurer 2&Seiembet 2 Relationships are at uptempo and new and amusing. Ideas are met with enthusiasm, but you willing and able to can, y them out. LIBRA -- Siptlml lOctolmr22 d | r Accent is on the past. You may learn something about at L perhaps a friend from yesteryear steps Into the prent, r, especially strong through the weekend. !L, sc0.m,,o - Otot., i-No..,,,, ii  . There s more -- much mote -- than mea the eye in w volunteer for this week. Making profeulonal conta Friday-Saturday. Collect outsndlng debts by Wedneli i! .SAGITTARIUS - November 22.br el i ''l You're very much in charge of houhold affalr domestic scheme takes off. If asked to do any favors th for possible conflicts of interast. C,,mCOaN - n,.,--b,, Zo=,,-V so ..,i Friction among relatives tires you bY the weekend, _,0" touches of glamor as of Sunday. Writers and excel at their work during this week. BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK (rtant, lliil more . lilll' schedule  . e Your appearance Is important, loyalty is important, portant. You weigh pros and cons, then stick to steadfastly. More flexibility combined with more achieve a career or academic goal ahead of BORN THIS lkqEJEK April 29th, conductor Zubin Mehta; 30th, inger Ist, Linger Judy Collins; 2nd, lner En singer Pete Seeger; 4th, actress Wynett. i i --: .- SOL IT JUST SO HAPPENED by Kern 'l Oi b . ' 36 Brick carr,er M# . Fruit 37. Hindu gront SA  Vumix the letters in the boes to form II ",e 91 C:-rneof 39, Companion 'O., -; [w word. Then circle A, BorCfortheeor-  chance 40 Within , 6] t reetmeanisg(ordefmition). [.5-]\\; 10. Beginning 41. Elephant . . . r$ i2. A40g.#' iI$$I  4Correct-Excellent 2Correct-Flir ]" .. [7"H/V/KTV$1At,RF[X.  3Correct-Good 1-0C0rrect-Poor  14. Femole porent _ oxide ,. Ill 15. Viper 4, I:latracn,an f ev,.,vr,. ,,,o 1"  R E E ll67. Aftra?River barrier 46 ...... Cattleraundup  a a'oue ' MY f.Mo -7 4/ thor girl MSRICAjV # 18.. Part in play 20. Port of to be i Ill''' 21. SimilOr DOWN A. EXCLhlH . SMELL C, REMARK. 22. Make into law C: /! PJ!6RJ. I 24. Expunged I. Lost 7. 26. Kind of fish 2. Insect 8. l-Cu L 2. Q I 2s Eggs 3. Russion home 9 29. Repel 4. Water wheel 11. 31. Either 5. Bord 12. 33. Church recess 6. Finish 13. A FEATHER i. CHRLK . CN$iRCOL r'-  r   F  r ,. o,, , ..., .... .-.---- 3' [GN I TGW _ " -1 - il'-- P 4. ,i: 'lOIN F' ---illi r \\;' I i I_J - l- \\; . HaR a. SPeA c SuLT -- cl,,,, ",,. ,- d.,b.'" rl_,_ "J-GF4d#O "h