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Page 2.The Journal Opinion-July 7, 1982 Blake Memorial Library announces new . QUOTE " am- ""1 .... " "History is, on every oc- IPaH il | casion, the record of that 4[U qmqdl im&apos;i | which one age finds worthy of m-- t  / note in another." 1mer 1 Jacob Burckhardt 00New Wermont Life' [hits the newsstands u I--| MONTPELIER-- The sum-summer, full ofhuma i-, =---,- ,,--,,', w'n mar issue of Vermont Life energy, around our lakes and contains more color up high, too." photographs than any Lowell Lake in Londonderry previous issue since this is the subject of the opening magazine was first published article. Other Vermont lakes in1946, and ponds are featured in Asked to describe the separate stories -- Lake summer issue, just published Morey in a story about Helen and now available at area and Melvyn Douglas and their newsstands, editor Charles love of Vermont; Lake Morrissey of Montpelier says, Dunmore in a story about six "This issue makes a colorful of Vermont's music camps; CO-FEATURE splash." Hapgood Pond in Peru in a Splashing on the front cover long essay about the Green A-'HOigt is Matthew Ireland, age Mountain National Forest, seven, of Guilford, Vt. Mat- and CoiLs Pond in Cabot in a thew swings on a rope in a story about a five-day her- swimming hole near the seback ride. covered bridge crossing the Even Frank Lieberman's Green River. "Matthew food column is about an un- Ireland is typical of the entire derwater treat -- crayfish summer issue," says lifted from the White River Morrissey. "We're trying to and from Caspian Lake in convey a sense of how Ver- Greensboro. Boiled and mont is an active place in seasoned, Vermont crayfish VERMorr DArCE FESTIVAL dhzz, tap, and m(xtern dance by Vermont's most" talented chorcog- ruphcrs. are now served in restaurants in Montreal and Nantucket. "We also try to give readers a sense of being 'high' in the summer issue," says Morrissey. A story about the Vermont Achievement Center in Rutland takes readers with a group of hikers to the top of Mt. Mansfield. Other stories tell about Stellafane, in Springfield, where amateur telescope makers assemble each August, and about the colorful slate roofs in Poult- ney, Fair Haven, and elsewhere in Vermont's "slate belt." The most colorful story of all is about Vermont folk art, portraying the exhibit that opened last month at the Vermont Historical Society in Montpelier and then moves to Shelburne, Middiebury, and Bennington. This feature contains 22 color illustrations d Vermont craftsmanship. This fall, Vermont Life begins its 37th consecutive year of publication. Coming July 31st at Burke Mountain Bill Monroe & The Bluegrs Boys , Call &%-:NO3 for information I[* BRADFORD i; BRADFORD, VT., MEMORIAL FIE00 " ' : ........ One DaY only! " 121 lillY Shows At u.- .L .... 6 &.. 8 p-m Connecticut Valley Jaycees . PRESENTS. ST. JOHNSBURY WELLS RIVER WE;T LEBANON "PET ELEPHANT, ANYONE?"-- Most boys are content to have their pets in small doses, with perhaps a dog, a caL or a fish or two. But Jeff Earl, Circus Animal Trainer appearing here in Bradford with the Roberts Bros. Circus on Monday, July 12 with shows at 6:00 and 8:00 p.m., likes to take his pets by the ton, having grown up around lions, tigers and elephants while trouping around the world with his mother and dad, famed stars of the high trapeze. Elephants and dogs are Jeffs current concern, and the young trainer is a seasoned expert at putting his animal actors through their paces in the family owned Roberts Bros. Circus. Lisa, the performing Elephant and a hilarious troupe of canine comedians will bring pleasure and joy to young and old as presented by the talented young Mr. Earl. See Jeff and his performing animals, and a host of other Big Top Stars with the Roberts Bros. Circus, Special reduced rate advance tickets are now on sale through any Connecticut Valley Jaycee member or on sale at Hale Furniture Store, Bradford or Steddard Implement Co., North Haverhill. 'How to Succeed in Business ..." opens at the Jmwtion Playhouse WHITE RIVER JCT.-- ltow really superb cast," she said. To Succeed in Business "The music, the costumes and Without Really Trying, the setting- the entire show is classic Broadway musical outstanding. It's a pleasure comedy, will be presented at working with talent like this." the Junction Playhouse fz=om The cast includes Michael July 6 to July tO. Winther as "Finch", Kathryn A hilarious spoof of the Layng as "Hedy LaRue", corporate success ladder, Lesly Jacobs as "Rosemary", How To Succeed in Business Brent Briseoe as "J. B. Without Really Trying tells Biggley" and Drew Tillotson the story of J. Pierpont Finch, portrays "Frump". a window washer who How To Succeed in Business discovers an advice book on Without Really Trying opens fame and fortune in the July 6. Curtain time is business world. Tuesday through Saturday at Dee Dee Sandt, from New 8:00p.m. York, who directs the current For reservations and fur- INTERESTING FACT Green Mountain Guild thor information call the The largest zoo in the United production, expressed her Junction Playhouse at White States is the San Diego Zoo excitement about the quality River Junction between I:00 which has 875 different species of the show at the Junction and t0:00 p.m. of animals. Playhouse. "We've got a ING PLEASURE LYME INN The kind of New England Inn you always hoped to find ... Serving great food and good spirits with old fashioned hospitality. 603-795-2222 or 795- 4404. LINCOLN INN RESTAURANT 20 Hastings St. Dining Room and Coffee Shop - Sugar Shack Lounge. Banquet facilities to 400. Major credit cards aecepted AIME'S RESTAURANT--Tel. (802) 748. 3553. Junction Rt. 2 & Rt. 18. Steak-plus and Lobster-plus. Mobil Guide and AAA Listed, 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. ---N <00YNA UTE Ill:ill Cofonia, .aza,0, 'l[|i r ' 8222. Open Daily from 11:30 AM. Cocktail Lounge i " Luncheon Specials Family Dinners -- Take Out Service. Y i HOWARD JOHNSON'S--- Interstates 89- 91. Open 7 days a week. Always open -- never closed for your convenience. Just for coffee or a complete meal, salad bar. Liquor. 6 Nites entertainment. Plan your FOR YOUR DIN Bin  :i ...... CotSlINA EXll / .:;,", RESTAURANT / 7A' r' .  Main Street. Serving lunch /i ! ' : from 11:00-2:30, Mon.-Sat. Open evenings  days, Sun.- , Thurs. 5-10. Fri. and Sat. 5- Phone 802-222-9008. II. | . Fine Italian dining in a warm candle- lit atmosphere. GARDEN RESTAURANT-- Lower Plain Rt. 5. Serving Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, and Sunday Brunch. Try out Pizza Special. 802.222.5202. Rt. 5 & 25. Hours: 6-9:30 all week. 802.222. 5288. Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner-Window ROBERTS' COUNTRY COOKING-- Rt. 5. Mun.-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. TtllRD RAIL RESTAURANT-- Rt. 5. Serving Lunch & Dinner from* 5-10:30. Sunday Breakfast 10-2. Daily fresh fish specials -- relaxed atmosphere -- fine food with a personal touch. ROBERTS' FAIRLEE DINER-- Rt. 5. Mon.-Sat., 6 AM-8PM. Sun., 8:30 AM-6:30 PM. Home style cooking at home style prices: 1 ['vlt@  BONNIE OAKS RESORT-- On beautiful Lake Morey. Fine lakeside dining party or banquet with us. 802-295-6048. -,-... b( '*'"-L [ 71] featuring live Main lobster, fresh seafood, ---S prime rib and continental specialties. IcKezs available "" '"'--" Open for luncheon on the deck, July- BARGEU-R02 & 1 AUgust 12.1:30. Dinner nightly, 6:30 to .... 10. Mou.-Thurs.,6AM-9:00PM. Fri.-Sun., from all s:oo. For reservations: 802-333-4362. 6AM-I0:00PM.GO3-747-3393. Entertainment Tuesday through Sunday in members and: the Highlander Lounge. Dancing every LE-R___-- PaYOItr&VK,.AOfOItO  i= Friday and Saturday, July and August. RESTAURANT ,ALE em & cmrr,  / / ! Visa and Master Charge accepted. CONMAL INC., ELY, VT.  I m I ('entral Street 603-747-Z07 I STO*Jm ILr,TS CO., ,OAT. -,/'./I Breakfast. lunch, dinner with daily VfltmLL, N,H.  "q LOIIR TUB RESTAURANT-- Rt. 18. l)ecialties. Upstairs bar with happy hour Ng.444,$719. Open Mon.-Sat. t2-2 and5-9, from 5-(; eervdav and weekend eu- S AVE ! S AVE ,.. Live Mai.e Lobster. Fre,h ,,.,.,,,,,,,,.,,, ..';a, h, our .,,. ,,,,.,,.i,, elll Cecktaiis. Reserv. & Maj. Credit aml listen t, our pi{no mu.ic dfih, you a CUl.b Accepted. enj.v dimwr. {;crman - Em'Ol)'an BuY,,Adv n.e Tickets_ ---Moio. iNN--I:;f .,..,.',a,,,,.. ,,ea.,,,.,,,,. ,,,,,,',,, ,,,:,,,,," Idce At-Door I Advance Sale Pdce and U.S. 302. 603-444-5366. Home of North (r-,li! caz'd acc,.pWd.lll ,:lo,,dl, .,.'n"davs",,, I eat--Mort., thru Thurs. 15.95 'till 8::1. Fri. ADULT $4 O0 i ADULT $3 OO Country's Most Popular Buffet. all you can & Sat. till 9 P.M. (open for lunch and breakfast. c, $300 ] cs s2oe DINE WITH US! ................................. i -- I IIIII III I I I GRUBBY E. CORINTH-- The Blake Memorial Library in East Corinth has subscribed to several new periodicals: Bon Appetit -- a food and entertaining magazine. Mother Earth News -- magazine of "how to's" for country living. Collectables -- has articles on collecting everything from marbles to baseball cards, antiques to Star Trek memorabilia. New Shelter -- from Rodale Press, the magazine for those who are building, repairing, or restoring their homes. Stone Soup -- stories and artwork by children for children. Other periodicals that the library receives are Time, Newsweek, U.S. News and World Report, Sports lllustrated, Cosmoplitan, Consumer Reports, Redbook, Saturday Evening Post, A.D., Moody Monthly, Popular Mechanics, Scientific American, Crafts Magazine, Better Homes and Gardens, Good Housekeeping, House Beautiful, Ladies Home Journal, McCalls, Early American Life, Prevention, DIAMONDS . WATCHES We Repair ACCUTRON, TIME and A;I Makes. HASKELL JEWELERS Littleton, NH 03561 IOQ) 444-3351 Organic Gardening, Country Wisdom, Journal, Yankee, Vermont All Life, Backpacker, National checked out Geographic, International The library Wildlife, National Wildlife, day, Children's Digest, Wee and7-9 Lm. . _ Here's A Band That Really Shines The Maples And The Pines. Come Dance To Their Music The 111 Club, For A Night Saturday, July 10 Chrome Forest" For Reservations Call Before 7:Oh p.I (603) 747-2505 Or 747-2840 RURAL DELIVERY WHV? IT JUST SO HAPPENED by Kern    UuIL th |trl tlq th b0e t0 r word, Then circle A, B or C for the c reetmeanin (or de oflttoa). Soreyourifas 00WS: .. 4 Correct-Excellent 2 Correct-r=- 3 Correct-Goad l-0Correct-Peor ^UP {PqV4k ttt'as tr. " R. DAmP  DnV c. uoe '/ I I[ I lli I_00-L ! I A. cv=zN " " g ,sLo .lpuCl ! 4. IDIIINISlWllE ] WOODSVILLE Page 2.The Journal Opinion-July 7, 1982 Blake Memorial Library announces new . QUOTE " am- ""1 .... " "History is, on every oc- IPaH il | casion, the record of that 4[U qmqdl im'i | which one age finds worthy of m-- t  / note in another." 1mer 1 Jacob Burckhardt 00New Wermont Life' [hits the newsstands u I--| MONTPELIER-- The sum-summer, full ofhuma i-, =---,- ,,--,,', w'n mar issue of Vermont Life energy, around our lakes and contains more color up high, too." photographs than any Lowell Lake in Londonderry previous issue since this is the subject of the opening magazine was first published article. Other Vermont lakes in1946, and ponds are featured in Asked to describe the separate stories -- Lake summer issue, just published Morey in a story about Helen and now available at area and Melvyn Douglas and their newsstands, editor Charles love of Vermont; Lake Morrissey of Montpelier says, Dunmore in a story about six "This issue makes a colorful of Vermont's music camps; CO-FEATURE splash." Hapgood Pond in Peru in a Splashing on the front cover long essay about the Green A-'HOigt is Matthew Ireland, age Mountain National Forest, seven, of Guilford, Vt. Mat- and CoiLs Pond in Cabot in a thew swings on a rope in a story about a five-day her- swimming hole near the seback ride. covered bridge crossing the Even Frank Lieberman's Green River. "Matthew food column is about an un- Ireland is typical of the entire derwater treat -- crayfish summer issue," says lifted from the White River Morrissey. "We're trying to and from Caspian Lake in convey a sense of how Ver- Greensboro. Boiled and mont is an active place in seasoned, Vermont crayfish VERMorr DArCE FESTIVAL dhzz, tap, and m(xtern dance by Vermont's most" talented chorcog- ruphcrs. are now served in restaurants in Montreal and Nantucket. "We also try to give readers a sense of being 'high' in the summer issue," says Morrissey. A story about the Vermont Achievement Center in Rutland takes readers with a group of hikers to the top of Mt. Mansfield. Other stories tell about Stellafane, in Springfield, where amateur telescope makers assemble each August, and about the colorful slate roofs in Poult- ney, Fair Haven, and elsewhere in Vermont's "slate belt." The most colorful story of all is about Vermont folk art, portraying the exhibit that opened last month at the Vermont Historical Society in Montpelier and then moves to Shelburne, Middiebury, and Bennington. This feature contains 22 color illustrations d Vermont craftsmanship. This fall, Vermont Life begins its 37th consecutive year of publication. Coming July 31st at Burke Mountain Bill Monroe & The Bluegrs Boys , Call &%-:NO3 for information I[* BRADFORD i; BRADFORD, VT., MEMORIAL FIE00 " ' : ........ One DaY only! " 121 lillY Shows At u.- .L .... 6 &.. 8 p-m Connecticut Valley Jaycees . PRESENTS. ST. JOHNSBURY WELLS RIVER WE;T LEBANON "PET ELEPHANT, ANYONE?"-- Most boys are content to have their pets in small doses, with perhaps a dog, a caL or a fish or two. But Jeff Earl, Circus Animal Trainer appearing here in Bradford with the Roberts Bros. Circus on Monday, July 12 with shows at 6:00 and 8:00 p.m., likes to take his pets by the ton, having grown up around lions, tigers and elephants while trouping around the world with his mother and dad, famed stars of the high trapeze. Elephants and dogs are Jeffs current concern, and the young trainer is a seasoned expert at putting his animal actors through their paces in the family owned Roberts Bros. Circus. Lisa, the performing Elephant and a hilarious troupe of canine comedians will bring pleasure and joy to young and old as presented by the talented young Mr. Earl. See Jeff and his performing animals, and a host of other Big Top Stars with the Roberts Bros. Circus, Special reduced rate advance tickets are now on sale through any Connecticut Valley Jaycee member or on sale at Hale Furniture Store, Bradford or Steddard Implement Co., North Haverhill. 'How to Succeed in Business ..." opens at the Jmwtion Playhouse WHITE RIVER JCT.-- ltow really superb cast," she said. To Succeed in Business "The music, the costumes and Without Really Trying, the setting- the entire show is classic Broadway musical outstanding. It's a pleasure comedy, will be presented at working with talent like this." the Junction Playhouse fz=om The cast includes Michael July 6 to July tO. Winther as "Finch", Kathryn A hilarious spoof of the Layng as "Hedy LaRue", corporate success ladder, Lesly Jacobs as "Rosemary", How To Succeed in Business Brent Briseoe as "J. B. Without Really Trying tells Biggley" and Drew Tillotson the story of J. Pierpont Finch, portrays "Frump". a window washer who How To Succeed in Business discovers an advice book on Without Really Trying opens fame and fortune in the July 6. Curtain time is business world. Tuesday through Saturday at Dee Dee Sandt, from New 8:00p.m. York, who directs the current For reservations and fur- INTERESTING FACT Green Mountain Guild thor information call the The largest zoo in the United production, expressed her Junction Playhouse at White States is the San Diego Zoo excitement about the quality River Junction between I:00 which has 875 different species of the show at the Junction and t0:00 p.m. of animals. Playhouse. "We've got a ING PLEASURE LYME INN The kind of New England Inn you always hoped to find ... Serving great food and good spirits with old fashioned hospitality. 603-795-2222 or 795- 4404. LINCOLN INN RESTAURANT 20 Hastings St. Dining Room and Coffee Shop - Sugar Shack Lounge. Banquet facilities to 400. Major credit cards aecepted AIME'S RESTAURANT--Tel. (802) 748. 3553. Junction Rt. 2 & Rt. 18. Steak-plus and Lobster-plus. Mobil Guide and AAA Listed, 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. ---N <00YNA UTE Ill:ill Cofonia, .aza,0, 'l[|i r ' 8222. Open Daily from 11:30 AM. Cocktail Lounge i " Luncheon Specials Family Dinners -- Take Out Service. Y i HOWARD JOHNSON'S--- Interstates 89- 91. Open 7 days a week. Always open -- never closed for your convenience. Just for coffee or a complete meal, salad bar. Liquor. 6 Nites entertainment. Plan your FOR YOUR DIN Bin  :i ...... CotSlINA EXll / .:;,", RESTAURANT / 7A' r' .  Main Street. Serving lunch /i ! ' : from 11:00-2:30, Mon.-Sat. Open evenings  days, Sun.- , Thurs. 5-10. Fri. and Sat. 5- Phone 802-222-9008. II. | . Fine Italian dining in a warm candle- lit atmosphere. GARDEN RESTAURANT-- Lower Plain Rt. 5. Serving Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, and Sunday Brunch. Try out Pizza Special. 802.222.5202. Rt. 5 & 25. Hours: 6-9:30 all week. 802.222. 5288. Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner-Window ROBERTS' COUNTRY COOKING-- Rt. 5. Mun.-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. TtllRD RAIL RESTAURANT-- Rt. 5. Serving Lunch & Dinner from* 5-10:30. Sunday Breakfast 10-2. Daily fresh fish specials -- relaxed atmosphere -- fine food with a personal touch. ROBERTS' FAIRLEE DINER-- Rt. 5. Mon.-Sat., 6 AM-8PM. Sun., 8:30 AM-6:30 PM. Home style cooking at home style prices: 1 ['vlt@  BONNIE OAKS RESORT-- On beautiful Lake Morey. Fine lakeside dining party or banquet with us. 802-295-6048. -,-... b( '*'"-L [ 71] featuring live Main lobster, fresh seafood, ---S prime rib and continental specialties. IcKezs available "" '"'--" Open for luncheon on the deck, July- BARGEU-R02 & 1 AUgust 12.1:30. Dinner nightly, 6:30 to .... 10. Mou.-Thurs.,6AM-9:00PM. Fri.-Sun., from all s:oo. For reservations: 802-333-4362. 6AM-I0:00PM.GO3-747-3393. Entertainment Tuesday through Sunday in members and: the Highlander Lounge. Dancing every LE-R___-- PaYOItr&VK,.AOfOItO  i= Friday and Saturday, July and August. RESTAURANT ,ALE em & cmrr,  / / ! Visa and Master Charge accepted. CONMAL INC., ELY, VT.  I m I ('entral Street 603-747-Z07 I STO*Jm ILr,TS CO., ,OAT. -,/'./I Breakfast. lunch, dinner with daily VfltmLL, N,H.  "q LOIIR TUB RESTAURANT-- Rt. 18. l)ecialties. Upstairs bar with happy hour Ng.444,$719. Open Mon.-Sat. t2-2 and5-9, from 5-(; eervdav and weekend eu- S AVE ! S AVE ,.. Live Mai.e Lobster. Fre,h ,,.,.,,,,,,,,.,,, ..';a, h, our .,,. ,,,,.,,.i,, elll Cecktaiis. Reserv. & Maj. Credit aml listen t, our pi{no mu.ic dfih, you a CUl.b Accepted. enj.v dimwr. {;crman - Em'Ol)'an BuY,,Adv n.e Tickets_ ---Moio. iNN--I:;f .,..,.',a,,,,.. ,,ea.,,,.,,,,. ,,,,,,',,, ,,,:,,,,," Idce At-Door I Advance Sale Pdce and U.S. 302. 603-444-5366. Home of North (r-,li! caz'd acc,.pWd.lll ,:lo,,dl, .,.'n"davs",,, I eat--Mort., thru Thurs. 15.95 'till 8::1. Fri. ADULT $4 O0 i ADULT $3 OO Country's Most Popular Buffet. all you can & Sat. till 9 P.M. (open for lunch and breakfast. c, $300 ] cs s2oe DINE WITH US! ................................. i -- I IIIII III I I I GRUBBY E. CORINTH-- The Blake Memorial Library in East Corinth has subscribed to several new periodicals: Bon Appetit -- a food and entertaining magazine. Mother Earth News -- magazine of "how to's" for country living. Collectables -- has articles on collecting everything from marbles to baseball cards, antiques to Star Trek memorabilia. New Shelter -- from Rodale Press, the magazine for those who are building, repairing, or restoring their homes. Stone Soup -- stories and artwork by children for children. Other periodicals that the library receives are Time, Newsweek, U.S. News and World Report, Sports lllustrated, Cosmoplitan, Consumer Reports, Redbook, Saturday Evening Post, A.D., Moody Monthly, Popular Mechanics, Scientific American, Crafts Magazine, Better Homes and Gardens, Good Housekeeping, House Beautiful, Ladies Home Journal, McCalls, Early American Life, Prevention, DIAMONDS . WATCHES We Repair ACCUTRON, TIME and A;I Makes. HASKELL JEWELERS Littleton, NH 03561 IOQ) 444-3351 Organic Gardening, Country Wisdom, Journal, Yankee, Vermont All Life, Backpacker, National checked out Geographic, International The library Wildlife, National Wildlife, day, Children's Digest, Wee and7-9 Lm. . _ Here's A Band That Really Shines The Maples And The Pines. Come Dance To Their Music The 111 Club, For A Night Saturday, July 10 Chrome Forest" For Reservations Call Before 7:Oh p.I (603) 747-2505 Or 747-2840 RURAL DELIVERY WHV? IT JUST SO HAPPENED by Kern    UuIL th |trl tlq th b0e t0 r word, Then circle A, B or C for the c reetmeanin (or de oflttoa). Soreyourifas 00WS: .. 4 Correct-Excellent 2 Correct-r=- 3 Correct-Goad l-0Correct-Peor ^UP {PqV4k ttt'as tr. " R. DAmP  DnV c. uoe '/ I I[ I lli I_00-L ! I A. cv=zN " " g ,sLo .lpuCl ! 4. IDIIINISlWllE ] WOODSVILLE