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Page 2-The Journal Opinion-June 2, 1982 Arts and l' ........ 00Em. ertainment North Country "Chorus to preview England tour PEACHAM-- The North liturgical music in the first Country Chorus will present a part of the program. Among preview of its impending these offerings will be three concert tour of England pieces from Faure's during the Annual Spring "Requiem," which the North Concert on Sunday, June 6. Country Chorus will later The Chorus will sing at the present in its entirety at Congregational Church in Coventry Cathedral in Peacham, Vt., at 3:00 p.m. Coventry,England. Admission is free, although A highlight of the Spring voluntary contributions to Concert will be the triumphant help the Chorus journey to double chorus from "The Great Britain will be ac- Dream of Geronitius" by Sir cepted. Edward Elgar. The North Directed by Mary Rowe of Country Chorus will sing this Wells River, the 65 singers will oratario with the Harlow offer selections from classical Chorus, an orchestra, and professional soloists at the MUS r,t. Cathedral in Harlow, England, on July 4 as the climax of its concert tour. During the second half of the performance on Sunday, June 6, the North Country Churus will entertain with lively, tee- tapping folk songs and "LED TERROR spirituals which it will offer as r,  ,, representative American ,',,mr' music to British audiences. -n, Tenor soloist Robert F. Buckley of Newbury, Vt., will sing "The Greatest Man" by Charles Ires, a twentieth- W century composer. President Wilbur Eastman THE AIR FORCE BAND OF NEW ENGLAND-- The Ceremonial Marching Band performs in civic and military parades throughout all of New England and New York. Since its relocation at Pease Air Force Base, N.H., the band has been in constant demand. The band will be another feature attraction at the Woodsviile- Wells River Fourth of July celebration Only northern New England appearance at W00dsville WOODSVILLE-- The 551st is 45 strong. William G. Cowell adds, "This is only U.S. Air Force Marching Band Cowell, president of the part of the Fourth of July has agreed to perform at the Woodsville Area Fourth of celebration. Next week we will Woodsville Area Fourth of July Committee urges tell you about another out- July Celebration on Sunday, everyone to see this unit standing unit which will be a July 4, 1982. Their appearance perform their precision part of this year's giant at the celebration is musical aggregation. Fourth of July Celebration." 55 piano students iieard in BRADFORD-- Ma 27, 28 and This year's adjudicator was Wilkins and Roxanna Zam- 29, at the Bradford center of Carleen Graft, a professor at pieri; (playing an eight-piece the National Guild of Piano Plymouth State College. program) Abigail Metcalf; Teachers, 55 piano students of Pupils from Miss Munn's (playing five or six pieces) various ages and levels of class receiving pins and Susan Belyea, Rick Darling, advancement were heard in certificates were: National Claire Mead, Asa Metcalf and programs ranging from three (playing 10-piece programs), Michael Tomlinson; (playing to ten memorized pieces or Janet Burow, Beth Button, three pieces) Elizabeth musicianship phases. This is Keith Button, Ariel Chan, Edsall, Robert Edsall, Greg the 26th year that Katrina Kelly Collins, Elene Haas, James Hammond, and Munn has been chairman of Demetl;uies, Alison Gould, Jennifer Lackey. the Bradfordcenter. Kristie Harris, Timothy From the class of Alice Castello of Woodsville: National members were The Garde Katrina Clark, Christina Pierson and Barbara Whitney. State member was Maria TH Bartzis. District members LEBANON-- were Jennifer Gherardi, John Muskeg Music Glynn, Jeffrey Simano, Brian the Lebanon ArtS OPEN HOUSE JUNE ZST Hours 9-11, 3-5, 6-8 Tuesday thru Friday C'mon in for coffee (low calorie sugar) or Fuhrmeister d St.J brought The earned by pianists are teacher at her Miss Munn's Sunday, Ma the Christ. Other ticipating in Janice and Nicole Johnson. While you're there visit with Maureen Sargent, recent graduate of UVM who majored in Nutrition who will be conducting classes in: Lg & Exercises gement Running Program Weight Control SIGN UP NOW $25 per month $g per week 802-222-5202 $3 00 per hour BRADFORD, VERMONT announced,,,The memberso* si00ni,,cant 00ause it wi,, be the Peacham Choir will offer the only time the band will refreshments to guests at a perform in northern New , reception following the con- England. *. i .i'_ i,.o_ .......... cert.' This crack unit, which is the outstanding musical con- IIII II II I I II III IIIIII IIIII CONTRA DANCE tingent of the U.S. Air Force, ETNA-- There will be a Contra Dance in Etna, N.H., F dlulh plans on Friday, June 4 at Trumball Hall beginning at 8:00 p.m. Admission, $3.00. III CLUB 111 Central St. Woodsville, N.H. Last Saturday Was A Lot Of Fun, Ramblin' Really Kept You On The Run, They're Going To Stay Another Week, So Be Sure To Bring Your Dancing Feet! For Your Reservation Call Before 7:00 P.M. (603) 747 - 2505 Or 747 - 2840 iii iiii ii iii ilillll II I BRADFORD ST. JOHNSBURY COLATINA EXIT-- Main Street. Open evenings 7 days, 5-10 Friday and Saturday, 5-11. Fine Italian dining in a warm candle- lit atmosphere. "Penny Pincher Sale" FAIRLEE-- At a recent meeting of the Women of St. Martin's Church at Fairlee, plans were made to hold a rummage sale in the early summer. It was voted to hold .this, known as the "Penny Pincher Sale", on Sat., June 19th, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Town Hall in Fairies. The newly elected president of the group, Mrs. William H. Eagleson of Orford, appointed Mrs. Arthur Dooley of Fairies as diairman of this event. Anyone having clothing or household equipment to donate for the sale may call Mrs. Dooley or any of the officers. Those elected to Serve with Mrsi Eagleson in .... the spring include: Mrs. Donald Coulter of Piermont, vice-president; Mrs. B.H. Hilliar of E. Corinth, treasurer; and Mrs. Could Richard of Orford, secrery Donations can be delivered at the Falrlee Town Hall the day before the sale or can be picked up by arrangement with Mrs. Dooley or one of the officers. O,A.O'OS WArC.i[S We Repa,r ACCUTRON, TIMEX and A;I Makes HASKELL JEWELERS ,oo3) ,.-3a5, C tNSBURY INN RESTAURANTL 20 LINCOLN Hastings St. Dining Room and Coffee Shop - Sugar Shack Lounge. Banquet facilities ' to 400. Major credit cards accepted. GARDEN RESTAURANT-- Lower Plain Rt. 5. Serving Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, and Sunday Brunch. Try out Pizza Special. 802-222-5202. WELLS RIVER COUTEE'S DRIVE-IN RESTAURANT-- Rt. 5 & 25. Hours: 6-9 all week. 802-222-5288. Breakfast-Lunch -Din ner-Window Take Out Service. EAST -- PHIL'S RESTAURANT & CAMP- GROUND-- Rt. 5. 802-633-9394. Snacks to complete dinners to catering family dining at moderate prices. Entertainment weekends. E A,;T THETF()RD ROBERTS' COUNTRY COOKING-- Rt. 5. Mon.-Sat, 6 AM-8 PM. Sun., 8:30 AM-8:30 PM. The Familiar Roberts' Family Menu plus a take out window featuring soft- service cones & fountain service. WOODSVILLE FAIRLEE THIRD RAIL RESTAURANT-- Rt. S. Serving Lunch & Dinner from 5-10:30. Sunday Breakfast 10-2. Daily fresh fish specials -- relaxed atmosphere-- fine food with a personal touch. R-0BE'RT$' FAIRLEE*DINER-- at; 5. Mon.-Sat., 6 AM-aPM. Sun., 8:30 AM-8:30 PM. Home style cooking at home style LOBSTER TUB RESTAURANT-- Rt. 18. 603-444-5719 Open Wed.-Sat. 5-9 PM, Sun. 12-8. Live Maine Lobster - Fresh Seafood Cocktails. Reserv. & Maj. Credit Cards Accepted. L) ME LYME INN-- The kh of New England Inn you always hoped to find... Serving feot food and good spirits with old hJoned hospitality. 603-795-2222 Or lVa- AIME'S RESTAURANT-- Tel. (802) 748- 3553. Junction Rt. 2 & Rt. 18. Steak-plus and Lobster-plus. Mobil Guide and AAA Listed. WARNERS GALLERY RESTAURANT-- 2 miles west of Wells River on Rt. 302. 802- 429.2120 Or 633-9394. Comfortable country dining with unique salad bar. Catering and cake decorating. RESTAURANT Colonial Plaza (603) 298- 8222. Open Daily from 11:30 AM. Cocktail Lounge- Luncheon Specials -- Family Dinners -- Take Out Service, * BARGE INN RESTAURANT-- Rt. 302 & 1O. Mou..Thurs., 6 AM-9:00 PM. Fri.-Sun., 6 AM-16:00 PM. 60S-747-3393. 00A00HAEFER RESTAURANT Coutral Street 603-747-2071 Breakfast, hm, dinner with daily specialties. Upstairs bar with happy hour from 5-6 everyday and weekend en- te=talnment. Relax by our water fountain and listen to mu- Idaun music while you enjoy dinner. German - Eorepean specialties. Reamlably prie,d. MaolY Credit cards accepted. Cled 8tmdays. THIS GUIDE IS FOR YOUR DINING PLEASURE - , , Simano, Carrie Steenburgh, Association will and Joshua Steenburgh. or shine, June Nineteen pupils from the studio of Doris Fowler of Barre participated, as well as two students of Richard "Talk senseto Shadroui also of Barre. Linda calls y @ SUpI=[[=I CONCENTRATED DEODORIZER is so effective that 2 DROPS DEODORIZE A SKUNK! ,,.= uo.w,  Just think of the odor to xte problems it could solve 16 oz. for you.., bathrOOm, pets, cooking, mildew, a' 0.,-o. o-. 83o 0 ONE SHAKER BOI'ILE TO order send check or money order to SCHMID PRODUCTS SCHMID LASORATORIES, INC., Box A, Route 46 West, NAPOLEON TWITCH ll| IT JUST SO HAPPENED Kern B AI Smith rHEa, WNAT'RE  "y A'r FOUR F'IF"TY A   I You OOiN Wl'n4 , ouNo z "rOucr . I K T,;,=, -Z,7,7.,5 d USE OUT  IT AS J C, I1" I by How' Rands Unmix the ietters in the boxes to form --a "y L $, Coat word. Then circle A, B or C for the or- rect meaning (or definition). Score yoursel as follows: 4 Correct-Exedlent 2Correct-Pair Correct-Good 1-0Correct-Poor '. NErOB ,. sc0o  M,HO c. sca 2. FHF i C I -1 I R, STffRL. a. SHICAK C. Q#tHLff 3. E-LAP m D L R, 1DRffRRY 8. lm.i[ . SUNHy 4. RANB I O A. ORt.IDIT n. HIDDEH C. BRITIeJH ( /EPAY ',, w',V YSF_.L7 6-I-S/- IA . i By McBride and Moore WEEK OF: JUNE 3, 1982 AQUARIUS - Jnnum 91-Febmaq/19 A social week in which you meet some ofroeat pected travel opportunity develops by Monday out ff domestic obligations are more costly than PISCES - Februan/20-March 20 You're thinking rich, which flnandally. Partner may challenge your domestic prestige is due by Tueiday-Wednasday. ARIES - Mmmh 21.April 20 It's easy to rebel for the sake of rebelling; think mattl i calling out the forces. Emphasis b on career Domestic tension lets up after the weekend. TAURUS - Aidi 21-May 22 Volunteer arlgnment may win blessing from head blocked for several months are starting to move again. sentimental and generous side through the week. GEMINI - May 23.,June 21 Loved arm ts =out to aoPi yam' nw Id dusions prematurely. Confidential matte day. Leo or Libra may step into your fitendship circle. CANCER June 22-July 22 Expectations may be unrealistically high or low and! but viewed. Family favor can be granted by Wednesday, and phrasing are all-important. LEO - July 23-August 22 Differences of opinion regarding shared expense early in" the month. Weekend finds you pie. Children of all ages benefit from your i VIRGO - August 23-Septemb 2 Run-Ins with bureaucrats can slow you down this provement plans may grind to a stop. On the family reconciliations and lovely travel prospects. LIBRA - September 23-Octobmr 22 Intuition is stronger this week than last, especially are concerned. After Sunday you're drawn to off.at 3ht is shed on long-term financial matter. SCORPIO - October 2S-Nmmmmlmr 21 Youngsters add spice to your life. Small pets may pected pleasure. Relative may ask for a big favor on You're not locked In to saying yes. SAGITTARIUS -- November 2-Deemb If traveling, your unpredictable nature sudacas. be warned. Bmineu ideas may backf but cpt. Refinement and polish ere what's needed. CAPRICORN - Iw,b -,1 2O Family situation Imioves starting Friday. Tact is mone-related dealings. Energy leval is high; be career pro}ect or creative outlet. BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK Fflendshtp and loyalty, so Important to you, are kay the next six months. Relationships deepen and pands. Recent financial slumps m reverted work. BORN THiS qEEK June 3td, zt Colleen Dewhurst; 4th, actor director Tony Richardson; 6th, comic C..M Evert; Jon; 8th, actress Alexis Smith; 9th, actor Robot !. Nolo frolic 39, Sweetsop 6. Eagles nest 41. Pleod 1 I. Night bird 43. Pintail duck 14. Doybreak, 45, Mimic comb. form 46. Block ] 5. Minute 48. Arrow poison particle 50. Indefinite 16. Shield article 17. Noun suffix 51. Lung disease 19. Soap-frame 54. A stalk bar 55. Sleep noise 21. Capuchin DOWN 22. -, L Sugary 8. 24. Is sick 2. Having sourl 9. 26. Prefix, from 3. Musical note 10. 27. American 4. Spire 12. indian omomertt 29. Pieces 5. Heroic poem ] 31. Crope refuse 6. Metric ,ul 33. Performer measure 20. 7. RURAL DELIVERY .... " "" W  ] Ir FIRES "T NO ,OOO/ /%,.('-"- THE " GRUBBY By Warren Sattler STARSCOPE by Clare Annswell Page 2-The Journal Opinion-June 2, 1982 Arts and l' ........ 00Em. ertainment North Country "Chorus to preview England tour PEACHAM-- The North liturgical music in the first Country Chorus will present a part of the program. Among preview of its impending these offerings will be three concert tour of England pieces from Faure's during the Annual Spring "Requiem," which the North Concert on Sunday, June 6. Country Chorus will later The Chorus will sing at the present in its entirety at Congregational Church in Coventry Cathedral in Peacham, Vt., at 3:00 p.m. Coventry,England. Admission is free, although A highlight of the Spring voluntary contributions to Concert will be the triumphant help the Chorus journey to double chorus from "The Great Britain will be ac- Dream of Geronitius" by Sir cepted. Edward Elgar. The North Directed by Mary Rowe of Country Chorus will sing this Wells River, the 65 singers will oratario with the Harlow offer selections from classical Chorus, an orchestra, and professional soloists at the MUS r,t. Cathedral in Harlow, England, on July 4 as the climax of its concert tour. During the second half of the performance on Sunday, June 6, the North Country Churus will entertain with lively, tee- tapping folk songs and "LED TERROR spirituals which it will offer as r,  ,, representative American ,',,mr' music to British audiences. -n, Tenor soloist Robert F. Buckley of Newbury, Vt., will sing "The Greatest Man" by Charles Ires, a twentieth- W century composer. President Wilbur Eastman THE AIR FORCE BAND OF NEW ENGLAND-- The Ceremonial Marching Band performs in civic and military parades throughout all of New England and New York. Since its relocation at Pease Air Force Base, N.H., the band has been in constant demand. The band will be another feature attraction at the Woodsviile- Wells River Fourth of July celebration Only northern New England appearance at W00dsville WOODSVILLE-- The 551st is 45 strong. William G. Cowell adds, "This is only U.S. Air Force Marching Band Cowell, president of the part of the Fourth of July has agreed to perform at the Woodsville Area Fourth of celebration. Next week we will Woodsville Area Fourth of July Committee urges tell you about another out- July Celebration on Sunday, everyone to see this unit standing unit which will be a July 4, 1982. Their appearance perform their precision part of this year's giant at the celebration is musical aggregation. Fourth of July Celebration." 55 piano students iieard in BRADFORD-- Ma 27, 28 and This year's adjudicator was Wilkins and Roxanna Zam- 29, at the Bradford center of Carleen Graft, a professor at pieri; (playing an eight-piece the National Guild of Piano Plymouth State College. program) Abigail Metcalf; Teachers, 55 piano students of Pupils from Miss Munn's (playing five or six pieces) various ages and levels of class receiving pins and Susan Belyea, Rick Darling, advancement were heard in certificates were: National Claire Mead, Asa Metcalf and programs ranging from three (playing 10-piece programs), Michael Tomlinson; (playing to ten memorized pieces or Janet Burow, Beth Button, three pieces) Elizabeth musicianship phases. This is Keith Button, Ariel Chan, Edsall, Robert Edsall, Greg the 26th year that Katrina Kelly Collins, Elene Haas, James Hammond, and Munn has been chairman of Demetl;uies, Alison Gould, Jennifer Lackey. the Bradfordcenter. Kristie Harris, Timothy From the class of Alice Castello of Woodsville: National members were The Garde Katrina Clark, Christina Pierson and Barbara Whitney. State member was Maria TH Bartzis. District members LEBANON-- were Jennifer Gherardi, John Muskeg Music Glynn, Jeffrey Simano, Brian the Lebanon ArtS OPEN HOUSE JUNE ZST Hours 9-11, 3-5, 6-8 Tuesday thru Friday C'mon in for coffee (low calorie sugar) or Fuhrmeister d St.J brought The earned by pianists are teacher at her Miss Munn's Sunday, Ma the Christ. Other ticipating in Janice and Nicole Johnson. While you're there visit with Maureen Sargent, recent graduate of UVM who majored in Nutrition who will be conducting classes in: Lg & Exercises gement Running Program Weight Control SIGN UP NOW $25 per month $g per week 802-222-5202 $3 00 per hour BRADFORD, VERMONT announced,,,The memberso* si00ni,,cant 00ause it wi,, be the Peacham Choir will offer the only time the band will refreshments to guests at a perform in northern New , reception following the con- England. *. i .i'_ i,.o_ .......... cert.' This crack unit, which is the outstanding musical con- IIII II II I I II III IIIIII IIIII CONTRA DANCE tingent of the U.S. Air Force, ETNA-- There will be a Contra Dance in Etna, N.H., F dlulh plans on Friday, June 4 at Trumball Hall beginning at 8:00 p.m. Admission, $3.00. III CLUB 111 Central St. Woodsville, N.H. Last Saturday Was A Lot Of Fun, Ramblin' Really Kept You On The Run, They're Going To Stay Another Week, So Be Sure To Bring Your Dancing Feet! For Your Reservation Call Before 7:00 P.M. (603) 747 - 2505 Or 747 - 2840 iii iiii ii iii ilillll II I BRADFORD ST. JOHNSBURY COLATINA EXIT-- Main Street. Open evenings 7 days, 5-10 Friday and Saturday, 5-11. Fine Italian dining in a warm candle- lit atmosphere. "Penny Pincher Sale" FAIRLEE-- At a recent meeting of the Women of St. Martin's Church at Fairlee, plans were made to hold a rummage sale in the early summer. It was voted to hold .this, known as the "Penny Pincher Sale", on Sat., June 19th, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Town Hall in Fairies. The newly elected president of the group, Mrs. William H. Eagleson of Orford, appointed Mrs. Arthur Dooley of Fairies as diairman of this event. Anyone having clothing or household equipment to donate for the sale may call Mrs. Dooley or any of the officers. Those elected to Serve with Mrsi Eagleson in .... the spring include: Mrs. Donald Coulter of Piermont, vice-president; Mrs. B.H. Hilliar of E. Corinth, treasurer; and Mrs. Could Richard of Orford, secrery Donations can be delivered at the Falrlee Town Hall the day before the sale or can be picked up by arrangement with Mrs. Dooley or one of the officers. O,A.O'OS WArC.i[S We Repa,r ACCUTRON, TIMEX and A;I Makes HASKELL JEWELERS ,oo3) ,.-3a5, C tNSBURY INN RESTAURANTL 20 LINCOLN Hastings St. Dining Room and Coffee Shop - Sugar Shack Lounge. Banquet facilities ' to 400. Major credit cards accepted. GARDEN RESTAURANT-- Lower Plain Rt. 5. Serving Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, and Sunday Brunch. Try out Pizza Special. 802-222-5202. WELLS RIVER COUTEE'S DRIVE-IN RESTAURANT-- Rt. 5 & 25. Hours: 6-9 all week. 802-222-5288. Breakfast-Lunch -Din ner-Window Take Out Service. EAST -- PHIL'S RESTAURANT & CAMP- GROUND-- Rt. 5. 802-633-9394. Snacks to complete dinners to catering family dining at moderate prices. Entertainment weekends. E A,;T THETF()RD ROBERTS' COUNTRY COOKING-- Rt. 5. Mon.-Sat, 6 AM-8 PM. Sun., 8:30 AM-8:30 PM. The Familiar Roberts' Family Menu plus a take out window featuring soft- service cones & fountain service. WOODSVILLE FAIRLEE THIRD RAIL RESTAURANT-- Rt. S. Serving Lunch & Dinner from 5-10:30. Sunday Breakfast 10-2. Daily fresh fish specials -- relaxed atmosphere-- fine food with a personal touch. R-0BE'RT$' FAIRLEE*DINER-- at; 5. Mon.-Sat., 6 AM-aPM. Sun., 8:30 AM-8:30 PM. Home style cooking at home style LOBSTER TUB RESTAURANT-- Rt. 18. 603-444-5719 Open Wed.-Sat. 5-9 PM, Sun. 12-8. Live Maine Lobster - Fresh Seafood Cocktails. Reserv. & Maj. Credit Cards Accepted. L) ME LYME INN-- The kh of New England Inn you always hoped to find... Serving feot food and good spirits with old hJoned hospitality. 603-795-2222 Or lVa- AIME'S RESTAURANT-- Tel. (802) 748- 3553. Junction Rt. 2 & Rt. 18. Steak-plus and Lobster-plus. Mobil Guide and AAA Listed. WARNERS GALLERY RESTAURANT-- 2 miles west of Wells River on Rt. 302. 802- 429.2120 Or 633-9394. Comfortable country dining with unique salad bar. Catering and cake decorating. RESTAURANT Colonial Plaza (603) 298- 8222. Open Daily from 11:30 AM. Cocktail Lounge- Luncheon Specials -- Family Dinners -- Take Out Service, * BARGE INN RESTAURANT-- Rt. 302 & 1O. Mou..Thurs., 6 AM-9:00 PM. Fri.-Sun., 6 AM-16:00 PM. 60S-747-3393. 00A00HAEFER RESTAURANT Coutral Street 603-747-2071 Breakfast, hm, dinner with daily specialties. Upstairs bar with happy hour from 5-6 everyday and weekend en- te=talnment. Relax by our water fountain and listen to mu- Idaun music while you enjoy dinner. German - Eorepean specialties. Reamlably prie,d. MaolY Credit cards accepted. Cled 8tmdays. THIS GUIDE IS FOR YOUR DINING PLEASURE - , , Simano, Carrie Steenburgh, Association will and Joshua Steenburgh. or shine, June Nineteen pupils from the studio of Doris Fowler of Barre participated, as well as two students of Richard "Talk senseto Shadroui also of Barre. Linda calls y @ SUpI=[[=I CONCENTRATED DEODORIZER is so effective that 2 DROPS DEODORIZE A SKUNK! ,,.= uo.w,  Just think of the odor to xte problems it could solve 16 oz. for you.., bathrOOm, pets, cooking, mildew, a' 0.,-o. o-. 83o 0 ONE SHAKER BOI'ILE TO order send check or money order to SCHMID PRODUCTS SCHMID LASORATORIES, INC., Box A, Route 46 West, NAPOLEON TWITCH ll| IT JUST SO HAPPENED Kern B AI Smith rHEa, WNAT'RE  "y A'r FOUR F'IF"TY A   I You OOiN Wl'n4 , ouNo z "rOucr . I K T,;,=, -Z,7,7.,5 d USE OUT  IT AS J C, I1" I by How' Rands Unmix the ietters in the boxes to form --a "y L $, Coat word. Then circle A, B or C for the or- rect meaning (or definition). Score yoursel as follows: 4 Correct-Exedlent 2Correct-Pair Correct-Good 1-0Correct-Poor '. NErOB ,. sc0o  M,HO c. sca 2. FHF i C I -1 I R, STffRL. a. SHICAK C. Q#tHLff 3. E-LAP m D L R, 1DRffRRY 8. lm.i[ . SUNHy 4. RANB I O A. ORt.IDIT n. HIDDEH C. BRITIeJH ( /EPAY ',, w',V YSF_.L7 6-I-S/- IA . i By McBride and Moore WEEK OF: JUNE 3, 1982 AQUARIUS - Jnnum 91-Febmaq/19 A social week in which you meet some ofroeat pected travel opportunity develops by Monday out ff domestic obligations are more costly than PISCES - Februan/20-March 20 You're thinking rich, which flnandally. Partner may challenge your domestic prestige is due by Tueiday-Wednasday. ARIES - Mmmh 21.April 20 It's easy to rebel for the sake of rebelling; think mattl i calling out the forces. Emphasis b on career Domestic tension lets up after the weekend. TAURUS - Aidi 21-May 22 Volunteer arlgnment may win blessing from head blocked for several months are starting to move again. sentimental and generous side through the week. GEMINI - May 23.,June 21 Loved arm ts =out to aoPi yam' nw Id dusions prematurely. Confidential matte day. Leo or Libra may step into your fitendship circle. CANCER June 22-July 22 Expectations may be unrealistically high or low and! but viewed. Family favor can be granted by Wednesday, and phrasing are all-important. LEO - July 23-August 22 Differences of opinion regarding shared expense early in" the month. Weekend finds you pie. Children of all ages benefit from your i VIRGO - August 23-Septemb 2 Run-Ins with bureaucrats can slow you down this provement plans may grind to a stop. On the family reconciliations and lovely travel prospects. LIBRA - September 23-Octobmr 22 Intuition is stronger this week than last, especially are concerned. After Sunday you're drawn to off.at 3ht is shed on long-term financial matter. SCORPIO - October 2S-Nmmmmlmr 21 Youngsters add spice to your life. Small pets may pected pleasure. Relative may ask for a big favor on You're not locked In to saying yes. SAGITTARIUS -- November 2-Deemb If traveling, your unpredictable nature sudacas. be warned. Bmineu ideas may backf but cpt. Refinement and polish ere what's needed. CAPRICORN - Iw,b -,1 2O Family situation Imioves starting Friday. Tact is mone-related dealings. Energy leval is high; be career pro}ect or creative outlet. BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK Fflendshtp and loyalty, so Important to you, are kay the next six months. Relationships deepen and pands. Recent financial slumps m reverted work. BORN THiS qEEK June 3td, zt Colleen Dewhurst; 4th, actor director Tony Richardson; 6th, comic C..M Evert; Jon; 8th, actress Alexis Smith; 9th, actor Robot !. Nolo frolic 39, Sweetsop 6. Eagles nest 41. Pleod 1 I. Night bird 43. Pintail duck 14. Doybreak, 45, Mimic comb. form 46. Block ] 5. Minute 48. Arrow poison particle 50. Indefinite 16. Shield article 17. Noun suffix 51. Lung disease 19. Soap-frame 54. A stalk bar 55. Sleep noise 21. Capuchin DOWN 22. -, L Sugary 8. 24. Is sick 2. Having sourl 9. 26. Prefix, from 3. Musical note 10. 27. American 4. Spire 12. indian omomertt 29. Pieces 5. Heroic poem ] 31. Crope refuse 6. Metric ,ul 33. Performer measure 20. 7. RURAL DELIVERY .... " "" W  ] Ir FIRES "T NO ,OOO/ /%,.('-"- THE " GRUBBY By Warren Sattler STARSCOPE by Clare Annswell