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Page 2-The Journal Opinion-May 12, 1982 Arm and alnment I INTERESTING FACT Noah Webster spent 20 years working on his famous American Dictionary of the English Language. .... ) BEFORE THE SHOW-- Show biz technique is demonstrated by one-time model and stage performer Evelyn Morrill of Piermont to the Mt. Stimson 4-H of Rumney. Shown (l-r) Evelyn Morrill, Shelly Mathews, Chris Morandito, Michele Marzyeg, and Lisa Portas. PHOTO BY FLORENCE ROBSlN$ Wednesday, May 12 WELLS RIVER: Senior Citizens Luncheon at the United Church of Christ vestry serving at noon. For reservations call 757-2206. WOODSVILLE: Counselor speaking at Woodsville Elementary School starting at 7:30 p.m. E. TOPSHAM: Rummage Sale, United Presbyterian Church, 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. riday, May 14 BRADFORD: Senior Citizens Luncheon at the Oxbow Vocational Center serving at 11: 45 a.m. For reservations call 222-4782. Saturday, May 15 WHITE RIVER JUNCTION-- Woody and the Ramblers will present square and round dance music at the T. D. Bugbee Building starting at 8:00 p.m. TOPSHAM: Bag Sale at the Presbyterian Church from 10:00 to 12:00 noon. Sunday, May 16 ORFORDVILLE: Turkey Dinner at the Town Hall with servings at 12:30 and 1:30. $4.50, adults; $2.00, children. Tuesday, May 18 W. FAIRLEE: A Community Health Services, Inc., Town Nurse will be at the Bean Hall from 12:00 noon to 4:00 p.m. FAIRLEE: "A Community Health Services, Inc., Town Nurse will be at the Town Hall from 9: 00 to 11:00 a.m. Wednesday, May 19 WELLS RIVER: Senior Citizens Luncheon at the United Church of Christ serving at noon. For reservations call 757- 2206. a udmonal-st00Ae So)tosh bane[ to LEBANON-- Pay the Piper Silly Wizard was one of the xiberance and.their fine Boston, Music will present Silly first traditional bands to tour e macy. /heir amums nave exceptional Wizard in Concert on Monday, extensively throughout the oeen consistent zavor|tes wtm fans of folk music. May 17 at 8:30 p.m. in the United States (including critics and fans who have put Tickets will be Lebanon Opera House. The .internationally known Scottish hand will perform traditional music from the British Isles as well as traditionally flavored original compositions. Formed in 1972, the band's first-rate recorded work and dynamic live performances have consistently won them the highest praise. The present line-up, which has been playing together since 1976, includes: Phil Cun- ningham, two-time All- Scotland accordion champion, Andy Stewart on Lead vocals and Tenor banjo, Gordon Jones on Guitars and Bodhran, and Martin Hadden on Bass and keyboards. The band is renowned for in- terweaving Stewart's haun- ting tenor and Cunningham's accordion skills in captivating traditional ballads and slow airs; they also demonstrate their versatility in hard- driving tune sets of furious skill. Alaska), Canada, and Western their records at the top of the the door: Europe, capturing audiences folk charts. This, Silly for children with both their wild Wizard's only concert north of citizens. INTERESTING FACT QUOTE The first submarine to "An old man in a house is a surface at the North Pole was good sign." the U.S.S. Skate, in 1959. Benjamin Franklin INTERESTING FACT Mount Booker, in the state of Washington, was named for Booker T. Washington. SILLY WIZARD-- The known Scottish band "Silly perform traditional music from the British Isles in concert on Monday, the Lebanon Opera House starting at 8:30 p.m. Admission, $5.00 for adlflt#; for children. Tickets at the door. Dancing marionettes at Thetford library THI,YrFORD-- Latham marionettes and calls herself During the show one Memorial Library in Thet- a "semi-professional." She is becomes unaware of Mrs. ford, Vt., will present Elaine W(lall and her Dancing Marionettes on Saturday, May 22 at 3:00 pro. The program is made possible in part by a grant from the Vermont Department of Libraries. Mrs. Woodall makes all her a member of the Puppeteers of America, Boston Area Guild of Puppetry and Union Internationale de la Marionnette. The show consists of about a dozen marionettes who dance to classical music. Woodall's presence, rather her black dress creates a backdrop while small spotlights are only pointed at the marionette. Her technique makes these lifeless dolls become real characters. The show is "for all ages." Sprin00 Bike-A-Thon ttAVERItILL- Millions of Youngsters have lung diseases. Support the Cystic Fibrosis Breath of Spring Bike-A-Thon in the Wood- sville-Haverhill area. The Bike-A-Thon will be held in N. Haverhill on Horse Meadow Street on May 22 from 10:00 to 11:00 a.m,, with June 5 as a rain date. Young people in town will be Anyone wishing to par- ticipate may contact Mrs. Shirley McKean, Mrs. Gale Siamno or Mrs. Patricia Wolf. Youngsters between the ages of nine and 14 will participate on May 22. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Simano are arranging a 25 mile ride for the older boys and girls and adults on Sunday, May 23. Contact the Simanos if you Jet pioneer shows film BRADFORD-- George E. Durgin of Bradford, an honorary member of the Jet Pioneers Association of the United States presented a film on the early days of the jet age to students at Oxbow High School. Durgin displayed parts of early superchargers and a working model of a jet GRUBBY By Warren Sattler  "' \\; N rEs: '.. " - i ' , f 'gl 'tSj Rural ======================= :::,:-::: By AI Smith ON, AWFULLY ':SCR ! I you 1 I I { BUT PON'I-WORRZI'M I |ALL VIXEDUP/ WA I I , ILLOR WOULI:)VCXJ A DOCTOr, .I'LL TAKE] l LIKE NEW"  LUCKY:] I .---- PREFER'TO lY/---' OF YOU;  I LUCKY YOU \\; STAR OF: MAY 13, 1982 AQUARIUS - Jaaum ll-Fwp 19 Friday-Saturday ing up on obligatory communications. Follow up on idea, but compare programs befo fignlng up PISCES - February 20-March 20 Thursday-Saturday favor heart-to-heart dtuon: son. Share Ideas for the future. Monday-Wednesday days; lots of meetings and some buslne-relaled lrvl. ARIES - March l-Apal O Friday-Wednesday accent Imarjlnative tactics in so dal responsibflits Increasa, Indicatln some small, Cultural happenings highlight the weekend.. TAURUS - April 21-May 22 Refresher course or tralnlr program should be c rnndlate or near future. Talk session with loved ( with answers to your most important questions. GEMINI - May 23.jun 21 Loved one is displaying affections in a lncare but fashion. Travel Itineraries may undergo last-minut asking for sponsors, wish to participate, engine. Educational achlevmeht Is hlhlted for a favorite t,dl' =._.____:_ - Durgin also explained to CANCER - June =-July U Joel Moore's class the tight Chance for financial egpansion opens up; it "" COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL security involved in the 11 f"' I tions,n part-timenamely orlnfreelanCeareas of dletcareer'andCnlerhealth, making dev61opment of the jet engine, its design, manufacturing, - "ff . LEO - July 2$-haeut 22 II , tlIMV/ [] nape - IMMEDUtTE INSTALLATIOb/ States. featured pla. Romantk:  can be ltnd im,Sngl; \\; ") VII,It II..UV|,O -. OUALITY WORKMANSHIP .'# .'-- rlghtmoment, thenpeakspontnnotudV. " : "" " ' VlRC-d:) - August -8qpbmmb 22 Hale Furniture & Carpet , Death and dvine !1  Career star shines. Projects tstckled now I:m:de opp 1 ,o.m.. ,.n,,.. video essay to be '   ": showi.goyo.r=e,g...p,-b, onfom. . _ in an extravagant mood at the same time. UBRA - September l-Octolur 22 - shown in Hartford NAPOLEON By McBride and Moore Loved one ma V find that even tin V changes am upfl HARDFORD, VT.--"For Irr'r'n,or 7  n.Newbman, venturdarnandsthomhnmph ?. ")  j In coworkers. Influential contact IS wtlll to relume favor. most people, the terror of II.IOEWm.t'n4' -" '  " t" ? 5 dying is not the end of one's I ROCERI / .- :' ; ) '''  SCORPIO - Otob 2-mmmmbr ,t to help you," says Burlington  frlendht to renew this week. Psychiatrist F. Patrick  1/i Z    ; SAGrrTARIU$ _ mov.mbr 22.Dg.mmmbmr tUl McKegney.  Loved one's logic has obvious holes . . . but is ang b McKegney's statement, plus Don't harp on the situation. If traveling, look forward to n others', appears in "Mimi", a --  .;.-'f" widely acclaimed video essay ,---:.- CAP.CORN - December %4aaua 20 on dying by Vermont "' ...... =I Documentary Producer . -- frff out of hidden facts and motivas. Your md DANCING STARTS AT 8:30 - Come Early - Christopher McClure. It is -- --- -s.t,qr .'-- -,,- --"'" Y '7'/t may be more than your femaily can handle. Stay Late - Have A Great Time!l! being presented to the Upper ilIRTHDAY THIS "Black Velvet" MAKE YOUR RESERVATION EARLY! No Guarantee On Specific Seating Area. Call (603) 747-2505 or 747-2840 A FUN NEW KOOL-AID" RECIPE '/ teospoon Koot.AcI" Brond 2 toblespoons sogor Unsw@@t@rvaf:J "3ofl Drink % CtO walet Mix. ar flovot J/4 Cup mi/k Dissolve soft ink ff.x and ;)or =n wottm' in oss. ir in milk. Serve cll or or chili ond slit betofe 'ng. Mok I CUp or I srvng (C,@82 Generol FooOt Co#Poon oOemos o o FooOs Coctm#oho Valley Community by Hospice, the local organization committed to dealing with these issues. Mimi's last 30 days at Copley Hospital in Morrisville are handled tastefully. The film concludes as the family and friends return to their carsand leave the cemetery to its peace and tranquility. Mimi: A Video Essay on Dying" will be shown on Tuesday, May le, in Hartford, Vt., at the Hartford Public High School Auditorium, at 7:30p.m. The showing is sponsored by Hospice of the Upper Valley and funded by the Vermont Council on the Humanities and Public Issues. There is no charge for admission. TASKER'S WELL We Need Your Businmsf 603-942-173 603-942-5581 NORTHWOOD, N.H I00Dnl=ll 17/00 -0..,-,,,, c.,,.,,.., I Ill llll  I III ', .:,.'u. Wov,,e,N .,st, t. c=,,, v,, I e" 00Jrlr00l00 I FAIIttEE6ENEI0tL, rd,Vt. i  I.,I..rtlt,l,l II og,;::v,. Your complete clethiml lwe center . RYmAT[ ST01, S0oh ;b?qn. W. wLeN AUTO St'mE, dd, vt. For pick-up and delivery service ..... TWITCH BAD, aLh"00zrr " //'I" (ou NEED A VK(SPECIAL ) r b How' Rands IT JUST SO HAPPENED Kern By D, J, Coates Unmix the letters in the boxes to form a word. Then circle A. B or C for the cor- rect meaning (or definition). Score yourself as follows: 4 Correct-Excellent 2 Correct-Fair 3 Correct-Good I-0 Correct-Poor I D Ei__ A LAZY B ,USY C. SWII'46 ZNLEFA A TALE /5. FUR c. TAIL a. NN!DOB -] a. HfRVST m t*lPry .. oveROtO o. oI,1,1o1.1_00 A. HRSTEN 8. POSTPONE C.FIIHTN Htghly affectionate, hkhly determined, htghly months find you sayin hello to new Commitment made in tember keeps you months thredtar. BORN Tiffs WEEK May 13th, slngar Stv Wonder; 144h, opera singer 15th, actress Alice Fa; 16th. plan Liberate; Maurtn O'Sullivan; 18th, actor Bill Mac'y; 19th, boll] man. Cree=00ord ACROSS 24. Renmins I. Tribe erect 5. Star 26. Grav emonation imoge 9. Goddess of 28. Nervous twitch 10.  of oots 29. (Frbndle 12. Kind of 3 l. . 33. Srmw field puzzle 14. Compass 36. Fib paint 37. Ferrmle 15. Vomish sarvont " ingredient 39. Things, in low 16. Unsorted ,40. Comparotive " DOVVN flr suffix 17. Pointof 41. Good fortune I. Swamp creoture compass 43. Erase 18. Minute 45. Electric force 2. /Vn's unit nicknorne particle 20. Yas(Sp.) 46. Cthm,Kl 21. Continued 47. Some 2.2. Foot lever ON Page 2-The Journal Opinion-May 12, 1982 Arm and alnment I INTERESTING FACT Noah Webster spent 20 years working on his famous American Dictionary of the English Language. .... ) BEFORE THE SHOW-- Show biz technique is demonstrated by one-time model and stage performer Evelyn Morrill of Piermont to the Mt. Stimson 4-H of Rumney. Shown (l-r) Evelyn Morrill, Shelly Mathews, Chris Morandito, Michele Marzyeg, and Lisa Portas. PHOTO BY FLORENCE ROBSlN$ Wednesday, May 12 WELLS RIVER: Senior Citizens Luncheon at the United Church of Christ vestry serving at noon. For reservations call 757-2206. WOODSVILLE: Counselor speaking at Woodsville Elementary School starting at 7:30 p.m. E. TOPSHAM: Rummage Sale, United Presbyterian Church, 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. riday, May 14 BRADFORD: Senior Citizens Luncheon at the Oxbow Vocational Center serving at 11: 45 a.m. For reservations call 222-4782. Saturday, May 15 WHITE RIVER JUNCTION-- Woody and the Ramblers will present square and round dance music at the T. D. Bugbee Building starting at 8:00 p.m. TOPSHAM: Bag Sale at the Presbyterian Church from 10:00 to 12:00 noon. Sunday, May 16 ORFORDVILLE: Turkey Dinner at the Town Hall with servings at 12:30 and 1:30. $4.50, adults; $2.00, children. Tuesday, May 18 W. FAIRLEE: A Community Health Services, Inc., Town Nurse will be at the Bean Hall from 12:00 noon to 4:00 p.m. FAIRLEE: "A Community Health Services, Inc., Town Nurse will be at the Town Hall from 9: 00 to 11:00 a.m. Wednesday, May 19 WELLS RIVER: Senior Citizens Luncheon at the United Church of Christ serving at noon. For reservations call 757- 2206. a udmonal-st00Ae So)tosh bane[ to LEBANON-- Pay the Piper Silly Wizard was one of the xiberance and.their fine Boston, Music will present Silly first traditional bands to tour e macy. /heir amums nave exceptional Wizard in Concert on Monday, extensively throughout the oeen consistent zavor|tes wtm fans of folk music. May 17 at 8:30 p.m. in the United States (including critics and fans who have put Tickets will be Lebanon Opera House. The .internationally known Scottish hand will perform traditional music from the British Isles as well as traditionally flavored original compositions. Formed in 1972, the band's first-rate recorded work and dynamic live performances have consistently won them the highest praise. The present line-up, which has been playing together since 1976, includes: Phil Cun- ningham, two-time All- Scotland accordion champion, Andy Stewart on Lead vocals and Tenor banjo, Gordon Jones on Guitars and Bodhran, and Martin Hadden on Bass and keyboards. The band is renowned for in- terweaving Stewart's haun- ting tenor and Cunningham's accordion skills in captivating traditional ballads and slow airs; they also demonstrate their versatility in hard- driving tune sets of furious skill. Alaska), Canada, and Western their records at the top of the the door: Europe, capturing audiences folk charts. This, Silly for children with both their wild Wizard's only concert north of citizens. INTERESTING FACT QUOTE The first submarine to "An old man in a house is a surface at the North Pole was good sign." the U.S.S. Skate, in 1959. Benjamin Franklin INTERESTING FACT Mount Booker, in the state of Washington, was named for Booker T. Washington. SILLY WIZARD-- The known Scottish band "Silly perform traditional music from the British Isles in concert on Monday, the Lebanon Opera House starting at 8:30 p.m. Admission, $5.00 for adlflt#; for children. Tickets at the door. Dancing marionettes at Thetford library THI,YrFORD-- Latham marionettes and calls herself During the show one Memorial Library in Thet- a "semi-professional." She is becomes unaware of Mrs. ford, Vt., will present Elaine W(lall and her Dancing Marionettes on Saturday, May 22 at 3:00 pro. The program is made possible in part by a grant from the Vermont Department of Libraries. Mrs. Woodall makes all her a member of the Puppeteers of America, Boston Area Guild of Puppetry and Union Internationale de la Marionnette. The show consists of about a dozen marionettes who dance to classical music. Woodall's presence, rather her black dress creates a backdrop while small spotlights are only pointed at the marionette. Her technique makes these lifeless dolls become real characters. The show is "for all ages." Sprin00 Bike-A-Thon ttAVERItILL- Millions of Youngsters have lung diseases. Support the Cystic Fibrosis Breath of Spring Bike-A-Thon in the Wood- sville-Haverhill area. The Bike-A-Thon will be held in N. Haverhill on Horse Meadow Street on May 22 from 10:00 to 11:00 a.m,, with June 5 as a rain date. Young people in town will be Anyone wishing to par- ticipate may contact Mrs. Shirley McKean, Mrs. Gale Siamno or Mrs. Patricia Wolf. Youngsters between the ages of nine and 14 will participate on May 22. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Simano are arranging a 25 mile ride for the older boys and girls and adults on Sunday, May 23. Contact the Simanos if you Jet pioneer shows film BRADFORD-- George E. Durgin of Bradford, an honorary member of the Jet Pioneers Association of the United States presented a film on the early days of the jet age to students at Oxbow High School. Durgin displayed parts of early superchargers and a working model of a jet GRUBBY By Warren Sattler  "' \\; N rEs: '.. " - i ' , f 'gl 'tSj Rural ======================= :::,:-::: By AI Smith ON, AWFULLY ':SCR ! I you 1 I I { BUT PON'I-WORRZI'M I |ALL VIXEDUP/ WA I I , ILLOR WOULI:)VCXJ A DOCTOr, .I'LL TAKE] l LIKE NEW"  LUCKY:] I .---- PREFER'TO lY/---' OF YOU;  I LUCKY YOU \\; STAR OF: MAY 13, 1982 AQUARIUS - Jaaum ll-Fwp 19 Friday-Saturday ing up on obligatory communications. Follow up on idea, but compare programs befo fignlng up PISCES - February 20-March 20 Thursday-Saturday favor heart-to-heart dtuon: son. Share Ideas for the future. Monday-Wednesday days; lots of meetings and some buslne-relaled lrvl. ARIES - March l-Apal O Friday-Wednesday accent Imarjlnative tactics in so dal responsibflits Increasa, Indicatln some small, Cultural happenings highlight the weekend.. TAURUS - April 21-May 22 Refresher course or tralnlr program should be c rnndlate or near future. Talk session with loved ( with answers to your most important questions. GEMINI - May 23.jun 21 Loved one is displaying affections in a lncare but fashion. Travel Itineraries may undergo last-minut asking for sponsors, wish to participate, engine. Educational achlevmeht Is hlhlted for a favorite t,dl' =._.____:_ - Durgin also explained to CANCER - June =-July U Joel Moore's class the tight Chance for financial egpansion opens up; it "" COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL security involved in the 11 f"' I tions,n part-timenamely orlnfreelanCeareas of dletcareer'andCnlerhealth, making dev61opment of the jet engine, its design, manufacturing, - "ff . LEO - July 2$-haeut 22 II , tlIMV/ [] nape - IMMEDUtTE INSTALLATIOb/ States. featured pla. Romantk:  can be ltnd im,Sngl; \\; ") VII,It II..UV|,O -. OUALITY WORKMANSHIP .'# .'-- rlghtmoment, thenpeakspontnnotudV. " : "" " ' VlRC-d:) - August -8qpbmmb 22 Hale Furniture & Carpet , Death and dvine !1  Career star shines. Projects tstckled now I:m:de opp 1 ,o.m.. ,.n,,.. video essay to be '   ": showi.goyo.r=e,g...p,-b, onfom. . _ in an extravagant mood at the same time. UBRA - September l-Octolur 22 - shown in Hartford NAPOLEON By McBride and Moore Loved one ma V find that even tin V changes am upfl HARDFORD, VT.--"For Irr'r'n,or 7  n.Newbman, venturdarnandsthomhnmph ?. ")  j In coworkers. Influential contact IS wtlll to relume favor. most people, the terror of II.IOEWm.t'n4' -" '  " t" ? 5 dying is not the end of one's I ROCERI / .- :' ; ) '''  SCORPIO - Otob 2-mmmmbr ,t to help you," says Burlington  frlendht to renew this week. Psychiatrist F. Patrick  1/i Z    ; SAGrrTARIU$ _ mov.mbr 22.Dg.mmmbmr tUl McKegney.  Loved one's logic has obvious holes . . . but is ang b McKegney's statement, plus Don't harp on the situation. If traveling, look forward to n others', appears in "Mimi", a --  .;.-'f" widely acclaimed video essay ,---:.- CAP.CORN - December %4aaua 20 on dying by Vermont "' ...... =I Documentary Producer . -- frff out of hidden facts and motivas. Your md DANCING STARTS AT 8:30 - Come Early - Christopher McClure. It is -- --- -s.t,qr .'-- -,,- --"'" Y '7'/t may be more than your femaily can handle. Stay Late - Have A Great Time!l! being presented to the Upper ilIRTHDAY THIS "Black Velvet" MAKE YOUR RESERVATION EARLY! No Guarantee On Specific Seating Area. Call (603) 747-2505 or 747-2840 A FUN NEW KOOL-AID" RECIPE '/ teospoon Koot.AcI" Brond 2 toblespoons sogor Unsw@@t@rvaf:J "3ofl Drink % CtO walet Mix. ar flovot J/4 Cup mi/k Dissolve soft ink ff.x and ;)or =n wottm' in oss. ir in milk. Serve cll or or chili ond slit betofe 'ng. Mok I CUp or I srvng (C,@82 Generol FooOt Co#Poon oOemos o o FooOs Coctm#oho Valley Community by Hospice, the local organization committed to dealing with these issues. Mimi's last 30 days at Copley Hospital in Morrisville are handled tastefully. The film concludes as the family and friends return to their carsand leave the cemetery to its peace and tranquility. Mimi: A Video Essay on Dying" will be shown on Tuesday, May le, in Hartford, Vt., at the Hartford Public High School Auditorium, at 7:30p.m. The showing is sponsored by Hospice of the Upper Valley and funded by the Vermont Council on the Humanities and Public Issues. There is no charge for admission. TASKER'S WELL We Need Your Businmsf 603-942-173 603-942-5581 NORTHWOOD, N.H I00Dnl=ll 17/00 -0..,-,,,, c.,,.,,.., I Ill llll  I III ', .:,.'u. Wov,,e,N .,st, t. c=,,, v,, I e" 00Jrlr00l00 I FAIIttEE6ENEI0tL, rd,Vt. i  I.,I..rtlt,l,l II og,;::v,. Your complete clethiml lwe center . RYmAT[ ST01, S0oh ;b?qn. W. wLeN AUTO St'mE, dd, vt. For pick-up and delivery service ..... TWITCH BAD, aLh"00zrr " //'I" (ou NEED A VK(SPECIAL ) r b How' Rands IT JUST SO HAPPENED Kern By D, J, Coates Unmix the letters in the boxes to form a word. Then circle A. B or C for the cor- rect meaning (or definition). Score yourself as follows: 4 Correct-Excellent 2 Correct-Fair 3 Correct-Good I-0 Correct-Poor I D Ei__ A LAZY B ,USY C. SWII'46 ZNLEFA A TALE /5. FUR c. TAIL a. NN!DOB -] a. HfRVST m t*lPry .. oveROtO o. oI,1,1o1.1_00 A. HRSTEN 8. POSTPONE C.FIIHTN Htghly affectionate, hkhly determined, htghly months find you sayin hello to new Commitment made in tember keeps you months thredtar. BORN Tiffs WEEK May 13th, slngar Stv Wonder; 144h, opera singer 15th, actress Alice Fa; 16th. plan Liberate; Maurtn O'Sullivan; 18th, actor Bill Mac'y; 19th, boll] man. Cree=00ord ACROSS 24. Renmins I. Tribe erect 5. Star 26. Grav emonation imoge 9. Goddess of 28. Nervous twitch 10.  of oots 29. (Frbndle 12. Kind of 3 l. . 33. Srmw field puzzle 14. Compass 36. Fib paint 37. Ferrmle 15. Vomish sarvont " ingredient 39. Things, in low 16. Unsorted ,40. Comparotive " DOVVN flr suffix 17. Pointof 41. Good fortune I. Swamp creoture compass 43. Erase 18. Minute 45. Electric force 2. /Vn's unit nicknorne particle 20. Yas(Sp.) 46. Cthm,Kl 21. Continued 47. Some 2.2. Foot lever ON