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Page 2-The Journal Opinion-June 9, 1982 ...................... Ballet recital at ,ur00 Town U e ballet Her class includes: Kara s g &apos; Whalen and Kristen Wolf. please c by the Alden, Mandy Beauvais, training including dance For further information 747-2625 Arts Melissa Gates, Rarfiey Harris, training at the Connecticut about the ballet classes, Ashley Association are inviting all to Kimberly McLure, Andy College, work with the State Wednesday, June 9 WELLS RIVER: Senior Citizens Luncheon at the United Church of Christ vestry serving at noon. For reservations call 757-2206. WAITS RIVER: Rummage Sale at the Methodist Church from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. Thursday, June 10 WAITS RIVER: Rummage Sale at the Methodist Church from 9:00 am. to 4:00 p.m. and 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. Friday, June 11 BRADFORD: Senior Citizens Luncheon at the Oxbow Vocational Center serving at 11:45 a.m. For reservations call 222-4782. WAITS RIVER: Rummage Sale at the Methodist Church from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and 6:o0 to 8:00 p.mo Saturday, June 12 WAITS RIVER: Rummage Sale Bag Day at the Methodist Chta'ch from 9:00 to 12:00 a.m. Monday, June 14 CORINTH: Preschool Screening and registration at the U-36 Elementary School. For an appointment call 439-5534. Tuesday, June 15 THETFORD: Community Health Services Inc., board meeting at the home of Mrs. Rebecca Gardner starting at 7:00 p.m. BRADFORD: Oxbow Athletic Award Night beginning promptly at 7:15 in the gymnasium. Wednesday, June 16 WELLS RIVER: Senior Citizens Luncheon at the United Church of Christ vestry serving at noon. For reservations call 757-2206. $100 LOTTERY WINNER r it hl[lle v*-aeos WOODSVILLE-- Roy C. I iwrJu/gw3 "e'. [ Johnson. of Woodsville, has DRIVE.INTH|ATI| say. il been announced as a $100 ''" SON winner in the New Hampshire I ' ' /I Sweeps lottery by the state's Sweepstakes Commission. [[l Johnson purchased his win- Ring lottery ticket at People's " Market in Woodsville. ma0 mtten vee'g m tmf  ltam CINEMA I ROCKY III HELD OVER R'tG{xt Starring Syivester Stallone 7:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. CINEMA II MY DINNER WITH ANDRE 7:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. I I Illlll oed we e<ted Uy TOS[ V*OO  t ,Nw tN CHA Wn'IUS.. b "  ,/ " Then. 5-10. Frt. and Sat. 5- 11. Phone 802-222. 9008. 1 Fine Italian dining in a warm candle- a dance recital on Wednesday, Nelson, Chelsea Picknell, Ballet of Rhode Island, work .................. June 9 at 7:00 p.m. at the Elizabeth Rowley, Jo-Ann with Alexander Bennet of the Newbury Town Hall. Roy, Katherine Tilghman, Royal Ballet, and work with Every Wednesdayafternoon Melissa Tilghman, Jennifer Chert Noble of the Penn- since September the Town WhaleR. Many are former sylvania BalletCompany. Hall has been filled with students from last years This year's students of .................... energetic, enthusiastic classes. Janet include: Kristen youngsters who have been Janet Warner - Ashley's Chamberlain, Allison Conrad, learning about controling Intermediate Ballet class will Shanni Diamond, Carol Elliot, their bodies through dance. By do an abridged version of the Dylan Ford, WoRdy Farrier, doing classical ballet exer- ballet -- "Peter and the Tanya Lamonda, Kimberly .................... eises, games and dance Wolf," as well as a ballet Roy, Jessica Shablein, routines, the students have routine to a Vivaldi Mandolin Samantha Stoddard, Joy learned useful skills even for Concerto. those who may never go on to .............. the serious study of dance. Coordination skills, lhe listening and direction taking skills, music awareness, and stimulation of each ones I00EALTH S imagination and in- ventiveness are also a part of these ballet classes. The response to these classes has WE ARE NOW OPEN! been such that both teachers Instruction With Maureen Sargent have had full groups since September and plan to expand = M0n-Fri to four groups beginning next 9 am- p Aerobic Dancing & Exercises 7 m ,,,,,,, .,.,, ,,,,,,,,,,-=,o nm ,= ,,,a r,,t Johnson school year: an introduction to Stress Management . __=,,, ,-^ .... w=ru ru nu,t,r=-- um ,=,,,. ..m ..., ,;. dance and movement class; a Ru---.s =.u.=.. 1"?1 . _., * IT _ 1_ beginner class ; an in- Nutrition Weight Control tree concern m xorwmn termodiate class; and an SIGNUG UPNOW $25permonth __ advanced class . . , :::-A:: ,'== $9 per week - -- .... 0...... Unit-- This year, Sue Picknells [O nUllUr ltaL ,,J===,.,U . "" "-.Y beginning ballet class will /-7[/-}ZUZ $3.00 per hour NORWICH-- "Wind and recognition th'at cultural perform-a Butterfly Ballet as BRADFORD,VERMONT Thunder' ,the collaboration of diversity enriches our entire well as a Romanian Folk Bill Cole and Farel Johnson, world community All are Dance. Sue studied ballet at will perform in Tracy Hall at welcome to attend, the LitUeton Dance School. 3:00 p.m. on Sunday, June 13 in honor of Race Unity Day. Bill Cole, jazz musician, author, and chairman of Dartmouth's music depart- ment and Farel Johnson, renowned percussionist, ethnomusicologist and professor of music have backgrounds rich in diversity. As well as their American studies, the two have musical experience outside of western musical tradition. Their performance on reed and percussion instruments expands one's musical sense beyond familiar tones and rhythms to foreign traditions equally worthwhile. They perform music of five con- tinents. Free The free performance is sponsored by the Norwich Baha'i Community in celebration of Race Unity Day, and annual observance established to promote racial harmony, the right of the individual to develop his unique capacities regardless of race or nationality, and the : BRADFORD SCHOOL BOARD BRADFORD-- The Bradford Academy and Graded School District School Board will meet on Wednesday, June 9, at the Bradford Elementary School. The meeting will begin at 7:30 p.m. It is open to the public. LINCOLN INN RESTAURANT-- 20 Hastings St. Dining Room and Coffee Shop - Sugar Shack Lounge. Banquet facilities to 400. Major credit cards accepted. AIME'S RESTAURANT-- Tel. (802) 748- 35,53. Junction Rt. 2 & Rt. 18. Steak-plus and Lobster-plus. Mobil Guide and AAA Listed. NAPOLEON By McBride nd Moore TWITCH by HOW' Randa or 00Jtzz ct 111 Central St. Woodsville, N.H. NO BLUE JEANS NO BLUE DENIMS NOI v v v   v  Everyone Enjoyed Their Music S0 They Ar0 Back To Play Once They Uked The Songs, The Beat, So Come To The 111 Club To Dan00 Saturday, June 12 "Whiskey Rlv00 _ Band" For Reservations Call Before 7:00 (603) 747-2505 or 747-2840 Stalled plans me m-acttvatad th week and a helpful boost. Two warning: your advi to the backtk, your advice to parents can be mlamdto. PISCES - Febma 20-March 20 Financial dealtn with a fdend may be unwi. venture can be hunched by Mond y summer plans. Authol  Ill SUixthte. AmES - Msur 2-Atm 0 Easoir friend may be hard to pkta now; that t fieult when shedng expend=. Week hat you experiment wtth cuittn o practice a new lanl TAURUS - Al 21-May You're ready to me new fi'iends; be outgoing but uptall through the wkand. TI Is financially but think twice before rmddng luxury purchu. GEMINI - Malt :KJuae 21 Your spontaneous invttetlonl make fo. romantically comm.d, things may change now, thum and wln polnts -- and rewards --kx = CANCER --. Jam 24uly 22 Partnership  memed and decks trade in two, Rival at work tqt out o[ tl picture -- but don't Io dvng n=w Int through we. LEO - July -Aufpmt ObjecUve otmm,en  the tundett gmiom o family matter. Financial status hegira to improve. dmuld be over a romantic dump. RGO - Ampm Z,1-lt Ut Straightforward famll issue! contHbutton. It's probably be= to rely on your inln. 9uem meke the wealnd aval. - pt.mb Za-Octob U Good wee foe contct okl frtends or mslng leadership  ere put to the tin. Companion recepte to your ideas and opinions. SCORPIO - Octobw I-November 21 Work hard to aet financial disputers before mant and leaderlhip are empImdi -- and/or health-d4ttnm routines. Romance SAGrrr,MUUS - Nmmmlr -I)eamb A busy we. with vtto,, conferences and  mm discovery. At the job ot on tt.e homelront, you m J b rote of Im:ttd manager. CAPRICORN - I)etmbw iuum 2@ if you've put all your cards on he t inMst that o4 too. i Monday-Turn,lay, you m  19s2. STA Clt gamll WEEK OF: JUNE 10, 1982 AQUARIUS - JmmuT 21-Fetmmy 19 BIRTHDAY Tills MEJEK lit atmosphere. GARDEN RESTAURANT-- Lower Plain Rt. 5. Serving Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, and Sunday Brunch. Try out Pizza Special. 802-222-5202. r C)UTEE'S DRIVE-IN RESTAURANT-- Rt. 5 & 25. Hours: 6-9 all week, 802.2225288. Break fast.Lunch -Dinner-Window Take Out Service. PHIL'S RESTAURANkT & GROUND-- Rt. 5. 802-633-9394. Snacks to complete dinners to catering family dining at moderate prices. Entertainment weekends. ROBERTS' COUNTRY COOKING-- Rt, 5. Mon.*Sat, 6 AM-8 PM. Sun., 8:30 AM-6:30 PM. The Familiar Roberts' Family Menu plus a take out window featuring soft- service cones & fountain service. TlllRi) RAIL RESTAURANT-- Rt. 5. Serving Lunch & Dinner from 5-10:30. Sunday Breakfast 10-2. Daily fresh fish specials -- relaxed atmosphere -- fine fond with a personal touch. ROBERt' FAIRLEE DINER-- m. 5. Mon,-Sat., 6 AM-ePM. Sun., 8:30 AM-6:30 PM. Home style cooking at home style prices: LOBSTER TUB RESTAURANT-- Rt. 18. 603-444.5719. Open Wed.-Sat. 5-9 PM, Sun. 12-8. Live Maine Lobster- Fresh Seafood Cocktails. Reser. & Maj. Credit Cards Accepted. LYME INN-- The kind of New England Inn you always hoped to find... Serving food and good spirits with old fashioned hospitality. 603.795.2222 or 795- 4404. .. ;i:""'::". ..'i !;) I CvIr" TI" 'I1NK'Y IFF 0 I (T T"INK I'T  eadly( traitl are found in your neturebored but you're ealfly Intrigued. You're-- " an WARNERS GA-LLERY RESTAURA[T-- ':: ............. : '' :": }  f--    GLUE.; / up to the mlnute, lthbyeerlndude 2 miles west of Wells River on Rt. 302. 802 ....... "'"" '"':: :: :'.'l;;" ...... , /ALI,5 LIKI.,] i " unusual teaching opportunay. :" " ........ / o ....  } [ OZoF'rwn'CHs / o " ........................ BORNTNISEEK dining429"2120withr 633-9394.unique saladCmfrtablebar. CateringCUntrYand '  , .  G '.. f..$  ..., .. , I ":. 1' ....... '": : " ::::: . . . '  " ' " "= "' : :"" ''" ....... dun, ,.  Jud, ,; , ,.  C ': ...... '=": ,' :''  ,'.i 4 ...... "".  to Jim NMs; 13th, actor Rk:hmd Thomas; 14th, .. lW,'t ..: ") , ,  .... ....  #M=)p ,,:....: . McGulre; 15h, singer Waylon Jennlng=; 16th. acre !  t RESTAURANT x Ill:Ill Co,on,", Plaza ,o93, , , 00ord 8222. Open Daily from 11:30 " - .= - _--=-=s, .w. ;" .....  "  ..... 1 - AM. Cocktail Lounge -- _ __ __ __ ACROSS 36. Blockbird j Luncheon Specials -- ": I. Chart 37. Ancient [ Family Dinners -- Take IT JUST SO HAPPENED by Kern " 4. Instructors 39. Molt f 12. Night before beverage .[ pa 14. TropicoJ fruit 42. Required ,v 16. Observed 44. Fore (L/' , t 17. Passageway 46. Eager 19. Tropical tree 48. Stem I  <v 4Correct-Excenent 3Correct-Fair F ,, 23. Low latin 49. Makes 3 Correct-Goad t-0 Correct-Poor C, (abbr.) believe 1, E ingredient flour 26. Swamp 54. Corx:em ..... in HOWARD JOHNSON'S-- Interstates 89- 27. Ordinonce 55. Lily . esrro ,," 1 Indion _ Oelng 91. Open 7 days a week. Always open -- A FL0ER B. 3"AR BEE]-IIVE , 7.1:"  wr 70ilyportot never closed for your convenience. Just for C.t..    1: 1 1.' c'blriiomem ....... , . 6.. bwer, op . coffee or a complete meal, salad bar. 2 Wodir ,. Lorge medol milk Liquor. 6 Nites entertainment. Plan your 2. 00[LI I IKIL I -I..n "'= 2. Accessible 8: Girl'$nome A. TRLI[HT b. HOHIy P ERtrry  BARGEI0. Mon.-Thurs., 6 AM-9:00 PM. Fri.-Sun.,INN RESTAURANT-- Rt. 302 & Ct.: t   e bi. 00U!S L E N 6 AM-10:00 PM. 603-747-3393. 3. .RESTAURANT Central Street 603-747-2071 Breakfast, itmch, dinner with daily specialties. Upstairs bar with happy hour from 5-6 everyday and weekend en- tertainment. Relax by our water fountain ,and listen to our piano music while yon enjoy dinner. German - European specialties. Reasonably priced. Major Credit cards accepted. Closed Sundays. A. HRPPV 0, SPITeFUl- C. -1 OL CNUSH . canoy c. ,oo.a 6 -I$ {El rl-- Page 2-The Journal Opinion-June 9, 1982 ...................... Ballet recital at ,ur00 Town U e ballet Her class includes: Kara s g ' Whalen and Kristen Wolf. please c by the Alden, Mandy Beauvais, training including dance For further information 747-2625 Arts Melissa Gates, Rarfiey Harris, training at the Connecticut about the ballet classes, Ashley Association are inviting all to Kimberly McLure, Andy College, work with the State Wednesday, June 9 WELLS RIVER: Senior Citizens Luncheon at the United Church of Christ vestry serving at noon. For reservations call 757-2206. WAITS RIVER: Rummage Sale at the Methodist Church from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. Thursday, June 10 WAITS RIVER: Rummage Sale at the Methodist Church from 9:00 am. to 4:00 p.m. and 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. Friday, June 11 BRADFORD: Senior Citizens Luncheon at the Oxbow Vocational Center serving at 11:45 a.m. For reservations call 222-4782. WAITS RIVER: Rummage Sale at the Methodist Church from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and 6:o0 to 8:00 p.mo Saturday, June 12 WAITS RIVER: Rummage Sale Bag Day at the Methodist Chta'ch from 9:00 to 12:00 a.m. Monday, June 14 CORINTH: Preschool Screening and registration at the U-36 Elementary School. For an appointment call 439-5534. Tuesday, June 15 THETFORD: Community Health Services Inc., board meeting at the home of Mrs. Rebecca Gardner starting at 7:00 p.m. BRADFORD: Oxbow Athletic Award Night beginning promptly at 7:15 in the gymnasium. Wednesday, June 16 WELLS RIVER: Senior Citizens Luncheon at the United Church of Christ vestry serving at noon. For reservations call 757-2206. $100 LOTTERY WINNER r it hl[lle v*-aeos WOODSVILLE-- Roy C. I iwrJu/gw3 "e'. [ Johnson. of Woodsville, has DRIVE.INTH|ATI| say. il been announced as a $100 ''" SON winner in the New Hampshire I ' ' /I Sweeps lottery by the state's Sweepstakes Commission. [[l Johnson purchased his win- Ring lottery ticket at People's " Market in Woodsville. ma0 mtten vee'g m tmf  ltam CINEMA I ROCKY III HELD OVER R'tG{xt Starring Syivester Stallone 7:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. CINEMA II MY DINNER WITH ANDRE 7:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. I I Illlll oed we e<ted Uy TOS[ V*OO  t ,Nw tN CHA Wn'IUS.. b "  ,/ " Then. 5-10. Frt. and Sat. 5- 11. Phone 802-222. 9008. 1 Fine Italian dining in a warm candle- a dance recital on Wednesday, Nelson, Chelsea Picknell, Ballet of Rhode Island, work .................. June 9 at 7:00 p.m. at the Elizabeth Rowley, Jo-Ann with Alexander Bennet of the Newbury Town Hall. Roy, Katherine Tilghman, Royal Ballet, and work with Every Wednesdayafternoon Melissa Tilghman, Jennifer Chert Noble of the Penn- since September the Town WhaleR. Many are former sylvania BalletCompany. Hall has been filled with students from last years This year's students of .................... energetic, enthusiastic classes. Janet include: Kristen youngsters who have been Janet Warner - Ashley's Chamberlain, Allison Conrad, learning about controling Intermediate Ballet class will Shanni Diamond, Carol Elliot, their bodies through dance. By do an abridged version of the Dylan Ford, WoRdy Farrier, doing classical ballet exer- ballet -- "Peter and the Tanya Lamonda, Kimberly .................... eises, games and dance Wolf," as well as a ballet Roy, Jessica Shablein, routines, the students have routine to a Vivaldi Mandolin Samantha Stoddard, Joy learned useful skills even for Concerto. those who may never go on to .............. the serious study of dance. Coordination skills, lhe listening and direction taking skills, music awareness, and stimulation of each ones I00EALTH S imagination and in- ventiveness are also a part of these ballet classes. The response to these classes has WE ARE NOW OPEN! been such that both teachers Instruction With Maureen Sargent have had full groups since September and plan to expand = M0n-Fri to four groups beginning next 9 am- p Aerobic Dancing & Exercises 7 m ,,,,,,, .,.,, ,,,,,,,,,,-=,o nm ,= ,,,a r,,t Johnson school year: an introduction to Stress Management . __=,,, ,-^ .... w=ru ru nu,t,r=-- um ,=,,,. ..m ..., ,;. dance and movement class; a Ru---.s =.u.=.. 1"?1 . _., * IT _ 1_ beginner class ; an in- Nutrition Weight Control tree concern m xorwmn termodiate class; and an SIGNUG UPNOW $25permonth __ advanced class . . , :::-A:: ,'== $9 per week - -- .... 0...... Unit-- This year, Sue Picknells [O nUllUr ltaL ,,J===,.,U . "" "-.Y beginning ballet class will /-7[/-}ZUZ $3.00 per hour NORWICH-- "Wind and recognition th'at cultural perform-a Butterfly Ballet as BRADFORD,VERMONT Thunder' ,the collaboration of diversity enriches our entire well as a Romanian Folk Bill Cole and Farel Johnson, world community All are Dance. Sue studied ballet at will perform in Tracy Hall at welcome to attend, the LitUeton Dance School. 3:00 p.m. on Sunday, June 13 in honor of Race Unity Day. Bill Cole, jazz musician, author, and chairman of Dartmouth's music depart- ment and Farel Johnson, renowned percussionist, ethnomusicologist and professor of music have backgrounds rich in diversity. As well as their American studies, the two have musical experience outside of western musical tradition. Their performance on reed and percussion instruments expands one's musical sense beyond familiar tones and rhythms to foreign traditions equally worthwhile. They perform music of five con- tinents. Free The free performance is sponsored by the Norwich Baha'i Community in celebration of Race Unity Day, and annual observance established to promote racial harmony, the right of the individual to develop his unique capacities regardless of race or nationality, and the : BRADFORD SCHOOL BOARD BRADFORD-- The Bradford Academy and Graded School District School Board will meet on Wednesday, June 9, at the Bradford Elementary School. The meeting will begin at 7:30 p.m. It is open to the public. LINCOLN INN RESTAURANT-- 20 Hastings St. Dining Room and Coffee Shop - Sugar Shack Lounge. Banquet facilities to 400. Major credit cards accepted. AIME'S RESTAURANT-- Tel. (802) 748- 35,53. Junction Rt. 2 & Rt. 18. Steak-plus and Lobster-plus. Mobil Guide and AAA Listed. NAPOLEON By McBride nd Moore TWITCH by HOW' Randa or 00Jtzz ct 111 Central St. Woodsville, N.H. NO BLUE JEANS NO BLUE DENIMS NOI v v v   v  Everyone Enjoyed Their Music S0 They Ar0 Back To Play Once They Uked The Songs, The Beat, So Come To The 111 Club To Dan00 Saturday, June 12 "Whiskey Rlv00 _ Band" For Reservations Call Before 7:00 (603) 747-2505 or 747-2840 Stalled plans me m-acttvatad th week and a helpful boost. Two warning: your advi to the backtk, your advice to parents can be mlamdto. PISCES - Febma 20-March 20 Financial dealtn with a fdend may be unwi. venture can be hunched by Mond y summer plans. Authol  Ill SUixthte. AmES - Msur 2-Atm 0 Easoir friend may be hard to pkta now; that t fieult when shedng expend=. Week hat you experiment wtth cuittn o practice a new lanl TAURUS - Al 21-May You're ready to me new fi'iends; be outgoing but uptall through the wkand. TI Is financially but think twice before rmddng luxury purchu. GEMINI - Malt :KJuae 21 Your spontaneous invttetlonl make fo. romantically comm.d, things may change now, thum and wln polnts -- and rewards --kx = CANCER --. Jam 24uly 22 Partnership  memed and decks trade in two, Rival at work tqt out o[ tl picture -- but don't Io dvng n=w Int through we. LEO - July -Aufpmt ObjecUve otmm,en  the tundett gmiom o family matter. Financial status hegira to improve. dmuld be over a romantic dump. RGO - Ampm Z,1-lt Ut Straightforward famll issue! contHbutton. It's probably be= to rely on your inln. 9uem meke the wealnd aval. - pt.mb Za-Octob U Good wee foe contct okl frtends or mslng leadership  ere put to the tin. Companion recepte to your ideas and opinions. SCORPIO - Octobw I-November 21 Work hard to aet financial disputers before mant and leaderlhip are empImdi -- and/or health-d4ttnm routines. Romance SAGrrr,MUUS - Nmmmlr -I)eamb A busy we. with vtto,, conferences and  mm discovery. At the job ot on tt.e homelront, you m J b rote of Im:ttd manager. CAPRICORN - I)etmbw iuum 2@ if you've put all your cards on he t inMst that o4 too. i Monday-Turn,lay, you m  19s2. STA Clt gamll WEEK OF: JUNE 10, 1982 AQUARIUS - JmmuT 21-Fetmmy 19 BIRTHDAY Tills MEJEK lit atmosphere. GARDEN RESTAURANT-- Lower Plain Rt. 5. Serving Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, and Sunday Brunch. Try out Pizza Special. 802-222-5202. r C)UTEE'S DRIVE-IN RESTAURANT-- Rt. 5 & 25. Hours: 6-9 all week, 802.2225288. Break fast.Lunch -Dinner-Window Take Out Service. PHIL'S RESTAURANkT & GROUND-- Rt. 5. 802-633-9394. Snacks to complete dinners to catering family dining at moderate prices. Entertainment weekends. ROBERTS' COUNTRY COOKING-- Rt, 5. Mon.*Sat, 6 AM-8 PM. Sun., 8:30 AM-6:30 PM. The Familiar Roberts' Family Menu plus a take out window featuring soft- service cones & fountain service. TlllRi) RAIL RESTAURANT-- Rt. 5. Serving Lunch & Dinner from 5-10:30. Sunday Breakfast 10-2. Daily fresh fish specials -- relaxed atmosphere -- fine fond with a personal touch. ROBERt' FAIRLEE DINER-- m. 5. Mon,-Sat., 6 AM-ePM. Sun., 8:30 AM-6:30 PM. Home style cooking at home style prices: LOBSTER TUB RESTAURANT-- Rt. 18. 603-444.5719. Open Wed.-Sat. 5-9 PM, Sun. 12-8. Live Maine Lobster- Fresh Seafood Cocktails. Reser. & Maj. Credit Cards Accepted. LYME INN-- The kind of New England Inn you always hoped to find... Serving food and good spirits with old fashioned hospitality. 603.795.2222 or 795- 4404. .. ;i:""'::". ..'i !;) I CvIr" TI" 'I1NK'Y IFF 0 I (T T"INK I'T  eadly( traitl are found in your neturebored but you're ealfly Intrigued. You're-- " an WARNERS GA-LLERY RESTAURA[T-- ':: ............. : '' :": }  f--    GLUE.; / up to the mlnute, lthbyeerlndude 2 miles west of Wells River on Rt. 302. 802 ....... "'"" '"':: :: :'.'l;;" ...... , /ALI,5 LIKI.,] i " unusual teaching opportunay. :" " ........ / o ....  } [ OZoF'rwn'CHs / o " ........................ BORNTNISEEK dining429"2120withr 633-9394.unique saladCmfrtablebar. CateringCUntrYand '  , .  G '.. f..$  ..., .. , I ":. 1' ....... '": : " ::::: . . . '  " ' " "= "' : :"" ''" ....... dun, ,.  Jud, ,; , ,.  C ': ...... '=": ,' :''  ,'.i 4 ...... "".  to Jim NMs; 13th, actor Rk:hmd Thomas; 14th, .. lW,'t ..: ") , ,  .... ....  #M=)p ,,:....: . McGulre; 15h, singer Waylon Jennlng=; 16th. acre !  t RESTAURANT x Ill:Ill Co,on,", Plaza ,o93, , , 00ord 8222. Open Daily from 11:30 " - .= - _--=-=s, .w. ;" .....  "  ..... 1 - AM. Cocktail Lounge -- _ __ __ __ ACROSS 36. Blockbird j Luncheon Specials -- ": I. Chart 37. Ancient [ Family Dinners -- Take IT JUST SO HAPPENED by Kern " 4. Instructors 39. Molt f 12. Night before beverage .[ pa 14. TropicoJ fruit 42. Required ,v 16. Observed 44. Fore (L/' , t 17. Passageway 46. Eager 19. Tropical tree 48. Stem I  <v 4Correct-Excenent 3Correct-Fair F ,, 23. Low latin 49. Makes 3 Correct-Goad t-0 Correct-Poor C, (abbr.) believe 1, E ingredient flour 26. Swamp 54. Corx:em ..... in HOWARD JOHNSON'S-- Interstates 89- 27. Ordinonce 55. Lily . esrro ,," 1 Indion _ Oelng 91. Open 7 days a week. Always open -- A FL0ER B. 3"AR BEE]-IIVE , 7.1:"  wr 70ilyportot never closed for your convenience. Just for C.t..    1: 1 1.' c'blriiomem ....... , . 6.. bwer, op . coffee or a complete meal, salad bar. 2 Wodir ,. Lorge medol milk Liquor. 6 Nites entertainment. Plan your 2. 00[LI I IKIL I -I..n "'= 2. Accessible 8: Girl'$nome A. TRLI[HT b. HOHIy P ERtrry  BARGEI0. Mon.-Thurs., 6 AM-9:00 PM. Fri.-Sun.,INN RESTAURANT-- Rt. 302 & Ct.: t   e bi. 00U!S L E N 6 AM-10:00 PM. 603-747-3393. 3. .RESTAURANT Central Street 603-747-2071 Breakfast, itmch, dinner with daily specialties. Upstairs bar with happy hour from 5-6 everyday and weekend en- tertainment. Relax by our water fountain ,and listen to our piano music while yon enjoy dinner. German - European specialties. Reasonably priced. Major Credit cards accepted. Closed Sundays. A. HRPPV 0, SPITeFUl- C. -1 OL CNUSH . canoy c. ,oo.a 6 -I$ {El rl--