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Page 2-The Journal Opinion-July 15, 1981 I Arm and 00t00lnment ...... ) Concert slated at Thefford Hill TItETFORDThe first in a dam. Her instrument was series of three summer vesper built in the Austrian Tyrol in concerts at The First 1786, later converted to be Congregational Church in used as a modern violin, and Thetford ltill on Sunday, July recently restored to its 19, will feature baroque and original baroque style. The renaissance music played on sound of a baroque violin is instruments of the baroque lighter than the modern violin, period, and music of that period was The concert will include a written to be heard in a Corelli violin sonata, and trio livingroom rather than in a sonatas of Buxtehude and large hall. l,cclair played on a baroque Alison Fowle describes her violin, a viola da gamba and a viola da gamba as a stringed harpsichord, instrument that is bowed and Shelley Fowle, who is held much like a cello but flat- currently living in Amster-backed and fretted like a dam, plays baroque violin in member of the guitar family. rations baroque ensembles, Mrs. Fowle plays with the including Concerto Amster- Boston Camerata and the New Barre is ready ror ethnic ,festival BARRE--As Morris Maxfield route is Ayers Street to S. once observed, the festival is Main, north on S. Main to City "just the tip of the iceberg" of activities undertaken by Barre&apos;s Ethnic Heritage Association. Such activity is a natural for Barre. whose experience that the "melting pot" theory is essentially a myth has been confirmed by ethnic studies undertaken elsewhere in the United States. Barre is a colorful patchwork of cultures and languages. Barre citizens began some years ago to feel action was needed to take advantage of the good effects which a multi- national heritage can offer. The first meetings were not held, however, until 1976. Those participating wanted to do more than study history and gather research Hall Park, north on N. Main Street to Seminary Street, and ends at St. Monica's. The Ethnic Heritage will also feature craft shows, a gazebo at City Hall Park with entertainment throughout Friday. Events for children will be featured during the festivities. All the ethnicToods and lifestyles will be on display and for sale during this major event in Barre. Since the first Festival, the Association had raised funds for a permanent collection of historic photographs, a large proportion of which are of ethnic groups. The Shaw Brothers to appear at fair N. HAVERHILL--The Shaw Brothers will appear at the N. Haverhill Fair on Aug. 2. Rick and Run Shaw, known professionally as THE SHAW BROTHERS, have been performing together as a duo for the past ten years. Prior to that time, they were members of such successful musicial acts as The Brandywine Singers, The Hillside Singers (who recorded the smash hit "I'd like to Teach the World to Sing" -- also known as 'the Coca Cola Song'), and The Pozo Seco Singers. As such, they have recorded ten albums for labels such as RCA Records, Columbia Records, Metromedia Records, Mainstream Records, Joy Records, Charlie Brown at Bonnie Oaks TO PERFORM--The Shaw Brothers will perform at the North Haverhill Fair on August 2. Antiques Fare by JOANNA GILBRIDE E. CORINTH--Serious an- tiques collectors and dealers who frequent important an- tiques auctions, shows and sales never forget the folksy fleamarket and the possibility of finding a "sleeper." It was too hot here July 9 to stand in the field pondering our purchases. We toured the field once and tried to hit every stall. If you were looking for a Hitchcoek-style pillowback chair with original decoration and new rush seat, Bob Chase was the man to see. His chair was tagged a reasonable $55. An assortment of country ladderbacks were also displayed at this booth. If Family Registers interest you then you had to stop at Here and there we pressed glass cordials an old sled for $100, ice cream parlor five chairs for $250, wicker stroller. A small trunk was tagged leather covered trunk was marked late Victorian cast brackets were tagged$ There tucked away in E. Corinth. We find any. There however, some collectibles York Consort of Viols, which data--they wanted to build FAIRLEE--The Bonnie Oaks years students have produced Elmer Fisk's booth. His hand has toured extensively in the bridges between national Playbarn is host to the 14 major productions ranging colored register boasted LOBSTER & United States and abroad, groups which had never Summer Theatre Arts for in scope from Rodgers and Diplomat Records and their' coast to coast. Some of the several earlyentriesdatingto There is significant and P.IhM RIIPPl:R growing interest in baroque before worked together. Youth. This year's production, Hammerstein's "The King own label, Brandywine major clubs they have worked the 1790s. Fisk also had an "Vnu'ro A Gnc Man Charlio and I" to Rram Stoker's Records. are Harold's Club; the Plaza early Rome, N.Y., ledger for This year the tradition ___:,. ......................... ,; .... ,,,., ,,,, ,.,v ,,,..,, performance on original in- continues with the 4th Annual n,, .......  .......... ,,n ..... Io Over the years, The Shaw 9, New York; the Diplomat the year 1812. The ledger was Fairlee, Vt. struments. , Barre Ethnic Heritage Tues"clav eveni di'nJu'l:v "Curtain time is 8"30 p.m. Brothers have performed at Hotel, Miami Beach; the Las marked $25 and the Register Fria ...... The four o clock per- Festival to be held Friday and ,,,,-,,n ,--s-o,.a"g"' " ,,,,,o-n =,,o- ,,..o.on,ii,m of ,.-q 50, over three, hhndred., colleges.. ,,_,,__Vegas Hilton, Las...Vegas;_. .the was $100. Another interesting -ay, July ti, a p.m. formance will be followed by Saturday, July 17 and 18 in Robert P. Stevenson directs adults and children will be and umversRles as wet as euar tour, wasmugton, item in this booth was a Lobster $8.95 refreshments. Barre. Two parades will take to professionally produced admitted at half price, most of the major m.'ght c!ubs, D.C.; and the Leather Jug, salesman's stagecoach Clams $5.00 ---- place on Saturday The comedy. For the past six state tairs ann testivam trom Aspen,otoraao. suitcase for $20. NEW ARRIVAL morning parade will be the salads, rolls, beverages Mr. and Mrs. Ray Clark of Fife and Drum parade and GrubbY-- --  ..... ,... . .... ..,, W. Newbury are the parents of begins at 11:30. It will follow ........ . By Warren Sattler I'l't/l'KAIl'U IIUI{II a baby girl, bern July 7 at the same route as the Ethnic ............ Alice Peck Day Hospital. parade. The Ethnic Parade  0000speratmn00 begins at 2 p.m. The parade 0{4, .... "rlUO..'pr_j  t" STAR$COP ; [E Decide upon your destination. Peace Rally . av Clare .tmnswt4t Traveling singly or with a tour, seeks actors (v 0 Book now to be sure. the Strafford Open Forum is L  ' '" ] " '--- 'J- ,,, . .- AQU/dUUS -- Jmtuat 21-Flmla 19 A troublesome and prhaps costly obligation will I dua,l ' 0 / rounding up a cast for ..... """" "  ">"  "Button, Button. Who's Got RURAL DEIJV Y By   immense relief. Somewhat accident prone, you should the Button . . . A Dream of J AJDAME ,' ---crNO, I DON'T_t[ f-B..'r.TI:4_E PEQ_L:LE 1 J J " TI-4A special cite when handling mechanical device. (jO /..----.i,/ 5(f.r, d  Nuclear War," DO M:O ' ':: NXr W It will be performed in [ OWN A I .-'m/" 'I'OIOSE O It J  I [ .''-- PISCES - F 20-1tmh 20 Financial m scanmad through the week, but play the m Montpelier at the high school SMALL. pmtpouements come in a tames. Good  for job I "0016ZO HOUSE JVt,41n ST. 0 ofn Aug. 7 at 2:45 pro. as partthe Washington to Moscow DOG? Oedaily If tork involv, sai. ,Vermont) Walk Peace Rally !ii '00ES -- 0 (:)2.) O4-170 g' The Walk has been organized : " Frlench ere mppotttve now and Voucan.tmforqut Interested individuals and Volunte mant can wm you doum, and you n groups are sought to perform learn to say "no." Fmaway ommunuom and explo as stiitwalkers (easily hluwavs are among hdht ot busy week. taught), 'tgrey people" GEMINI - May *,luae 1 (performers with an affinity Week offers good opportunity for mJo:e In profmdom for,,crossers,,movement( to runandthroughmime)'the Grandpa's Boy By BradAnderson o,,,n=o,..Fm,ad..rmyhave,o,o, .It.  ci,s ' .....  , .. , : ,, ..... , Ja.,: : ,, Slarring Dudley Moore', ; show as a group at various /AOt6,,CAN X LBP-ou'r Abt,..  [ al I I1," r  IV *[,..-- -r/,l.',$ & X lnaenly - and ask qualom. . ...... - ' 201teCENTURV..',: and endurance) and  #,,',)fi.,// "  q , , V e.-" I' } ) pingforantiquesandnmtaigiaRmstsfavorad. Long.dll laza Mmnelh and John! o=,c.s  musicians (trumpets, bass municatiormardvesateradelay. - Ends Thursday ] Ends Thursday drums, violins, fifes, -" LEO -- July ff-#dm 22 ! autoharps or percussionists. )    i' ?   6ood week for experimenting in er, -- -- but don3 Superman [ Raiders of Lost Ark / 7:&9:30 [ 7:15&9:15  The.re is a part for everyone In m of romance or invament. Empha b on the pI  j who would like to join in this polb mmm of a fonnm admtret. exciting theatrical ex- Vlt_ - -  ff.,tr " MATINEES SATUR & SUNDAY 2:00 pression. Participation in the Your convincing argumants fail to comatwat, so quit production will involve the ahead. Good wek for torung out  matters, for i ii illl jjjjjjjjjj jjjjj Sunday, Aug 2, 11 a.m - 4 NAPOLEON , B r McBride and Moo UBR - Stmab 2,<)cto1 111 CLUB p.m. (with lunch break) -- SelectMty Is week's keyword. Them m "Runthrough" Rehearsal, [1 llA,'Jla'J/tJl] QIIN LN 1 R // v 1-riT,,'J r', r-" 1 and you can't have them all. Thdlt paya oil by the Socceri.ield, S Strafford" l,', Ll,plC,l. biOU ql /- "l onetain a noncommRalmood. -' 111 Central St. Thursday, Aug. 6, 4 p.m. -- "NJ:JI  .......... "'-'N/-- ON  L.Oq6../ Ikt] I [ .,---'$D SCOIIO -- OctotM -Nmmml=r 21 Dress Rehearsal, High school , : ', L j'IP J IX 1 / Reluctant idends am suddenly eager to pkmse, and 'C Field, Montpelier.  ,' -z  I/: ,} < '  --ttrings attachad. OpUmlsttc outtook heil you ova' = -- Friday, Aug. 7, 1:30 p.m. - l ,. \\;F  course and on to bdghter borons. ?, -" 1 High school field, Montpelier. . L.-- "" ' > " Do Vomself a favor and aim to meet the tm:r .. ' .,) Car pooling as well as highm-up. Community hattie still ragea, but donua " 00,m.Z.iI400Ll-0000q overnight (as needed, a- - comodations will be arranged. For further information call CAPCOBN -- Dmbr 2,$-Jamual 20 Heidi Dietschi-Cooper at (802) I "J'. " ' /.-  I [-" / _ "" It's worth the effort to get acquaintad with new C0me Dalo Ifl Air Cditi0n 765-4576. I -/  i I your Plans change with the winds. Money matt Comfort, Sup#led By r: attitude Is a must. TWITCH , By How Rands BBllTHDAY THIS Genmous -- someles to a fault, and sensitive -- abo 1 7BioAirCnditlaer$' /q'i4!S iS TWITCH  (reOOD...WHAT'S if"- AE YOU  warm --and there are never any faults hmL Ye" 134 WITCH... HA5  THE EILL ? j 9 SITTING academic expansion, especlall V in the arts and any MY,TV EEN ]  ) DOWN LADY? I history .... k REPAIRED ? J 7/----- -- ... ) t t July 16th, actress GInge Rogers; 17th, aclnm t Clash of he Titans le00, actor Red Skelton; 19th, singer Vicki Can; Black Velvet __ Co-f ca tur--e---- Sunday only Hero at Large For Your Reservation Call Before 7:00 P.M. (603) 747 - 2505 Or 747- 2840 PG IT JUST SO HAPPENED I  Ig4A,Ve I  rUELRa/ by Kern Uamix the letters in the boxes to form a iris" coates rect meaning(or dtloa). Score yourelt as follows: 4 Correct-Excellent 2 Correct-Fair 3 Correct-Good 1-0Correct-Poor 1. ANO R, 8OHE I STPrR, C. (,dELL CLUEt yOU HIGHT WISH ON THIS. 2. g y TI LIA A. CARD 15. r'tM C. COR, E CI..UEt YOU KEEp IS IN GAMe* . STRIKE - F'UEL C. IGNITE CIAE START A FIKI. "00l'INllulNI A. SLY B. FRS'I" C. SHy CLUE= Fill FOX IS. 7./l,.g/ , v t:)NZNNn V o a'IaNzw r yfTwX Z O-V^ON t ,:mumV 00"omnvord ACROSS 38. Newspaper '-^ -" 6. Lives outdoors 40. I i. Vitol organ 41. Weight of 12. Intimidation Indio 13. Eoch (obbr.) 42. Exdomotion 14. About 43. Green 15. Pedol digit vegetable 16. Moob city 45. Plurol ending 17. Mineral 47. Doybreok: comb. form sprir 0" 5ausll 19. h,,.mlnterrmtirml . Highwoys 2l. Ou 52. Three spots 23. Frogronce 53. Kills 26. Mor DOWN 27. I:)i/1s 29. Like !. Prormun 30, Note of scale 2. Piles 31. Lmtm 3. Sun God 33. Pieme 4. Moke o 35. ExpoM mtslk Page 2-The Journal Opinion-July 15, 1981 I Arm and 00t00lnment ...... ) Concert slated at Thefford Hill TItETFORDThe first in a dam. Her instrument was series of three summer vesper built in the Austrian Tyrol in concerts at The First 1786, later converted to be Congregational Church in used as a modern violin, and Thetford ltill on Sunday, July recently restored to its 19, will feature baroque and original baroque style. The renaissance music played on sound of a baroque violin is instruments of the baroque lighter than the modern violin, period, and music of that period was The concert will include a written to be heard in a Corelli violin sonata, and trio livingroom rather than in a sonatas of Buxtehude and large hall. l,cclair played on a baroque Alison Fowle describes her violin, a viola da gamba and a viola da gamba as a stringed harpsichord, instrument that is bowed and Shelley Fowle, who is held much like a cello but flat- currently living in Amster-backed and fretted like a dam, plays baroque violin in member of the guitar family. rations baroque ensembles, Mrs. Fowle plays with the including Concerto Amster- Boston Camerata and the New Barre is ready ror ethnic ,festival BARRE--As Morris Maxfield route is Ayers Street to S. once observed, the festival is Main, north on S. Main to City "just the tip of the iceberg" of activities undertaken by Barre's Ethnic Heritage Association. Such activity is a natural for Barre. whose experience that the "melting pot" theory is essentially a myth has been confirmed by ethnic studies undertaken elsewhere in the United States. Barre is a colorful patchwork of cultures and languages. Barre citizens began some years ago to feel action was needed to take advantage of the good effects which a multi- national heritage can offer. The first meetings were not held, however, until 1976. Those participating wanted to do more than study history and gather research Hall Park, north on N. Main Street to Seminary Street, and ends at St. Monica's. The Ethnic Heritage will also feature craft shows, a gazebo at City Hall Park with entertainment throughout Friday. Events for children will be featured during the festivities. All the ethnicToods and lifestyles will be on display and for sale during this major event in Barre. Since the first Festival, the Association had raised funds for a permanent collection of historic photographs, a large proportion of which are of ethnic groups. The Shaw Brothers to appear at fair N. HAVERHILL--The Shaw Brothers will appear at the N. Haverhill Fair on Aug. 2. Rick and Run Shaw, known professionally as THE SHAW BROTHERS, have been performing together as a duo for the past ten years. Prior to that time, they were members of such successful musicial acts as The Brandywine Singers, The Hillside Singers (who recorded the smash hit "I'd like to Teach the World to Sing" -- also known as 'the Coca Cola Song'), and The Pozo Seco Singers. As such, they have recorded ten albums for labels such as RCA Records, Columbia Records, Metromedia Records, Mainstream Records, Joy Records, Charlie Brown at Bonnie Oaks TO PERFORM--The Shaw Brothers will perform at the North Haverhill Fair on August 2. Antiques Fare by JOANNA GILBRIDE E. CORINTH--Serious an- tiques collectors and dealers who frequent important an- tiques auctions, shows and sales never forget the folksy fleamarket and the possibility of finding a "sleeper." It was too hot here July 9 to stand in the field pondering our purchases. We toured the field once and tried to hit every stall. If you were looking for a Hitchcoek-style pillowback chair with original decoration and new rush seat, Bob Chase was the man to see. His chair was tagged a reasonable $55. An assortment of country ladderbacks were also displayed at this booth. If Family Registers interest you then you had to stop at Here and there we pressed glass cordials an old sled for $100, ice cream parlor five chairs for $250, wicker stroller. A small trunk was tagged leather covered trunk was marked late Victorian cast brackets were tagged$ There tucked away in E. Corinth. We find any. There however, some collectibles York Consort of Viols, which data--they wanted to build FAIRLEE--The Bonnie Oaks years students have produced Elmer Fisk's booth. His hand has toured extensively in the bridges between national Playbarn is host to the 14 major productions ranging colored register boasted LOBSTER & United States and abroad, groups which had never Summer Theatre Arts for in scope from Rodgers and Diplomat Records and their' coast to coast. Some of the several earlyentriesdatingto There is significant and P.IhM RIIPPl:R growing interest in baroque before worked together. Youth. This year's production, Hammerstein's "The King own label, Brandywine major clubs they have worked the 1790s. Fisk also had an "Vnu'ro A Gnc Man Charlio and I" to Rram Stoker's Records. are Harold's Club; the Plaza early Rome, N.Y., ledger for This year the tradition ___:,. ......................... ,; .... ,,,., ,,,, ,.,v ,,,..,, performance on original in- continues with the 4th Annual n,, .......  .......... ,,n ..... Io Over the years, The Shaw 9, New York; the Diplomat the year 1812. The ledger was Fairlee, Vt. struments. , Barre Ethnic Heritage Tues"clav eveni di'nJu'l:v "Curtain time is 8"30 p.m. Brothers have performed at Hotel, Miami Beach; the Las marked $25 and the Register Fria ...... The four o clock per- Festival to be held Friday and ,,,,-,,n ,--s-o,.a"g"' " ,,,,,o-n =,,o- ,,..o.on,ii,m of ,.-q 50, over three, hhndred., colleges.. ,,_,,__Vegas Hilton, Las...Vegas;_. .the was $100. Another interesting -ay, July ti, a p.m. formance will be followed by Saturday, July 17 and 18 in Robert P. Stevenson directs adults and children will be and umversRles as wet as euar tour, wasmugton, item in this booth was a Lobster $8.95 refreshments. Barre. Two parades will take to professionally produced admitted at half price, most of the major m.'ght c!ubs, D.C.; and the Leather Jug, salesman's stagecoach Clams $5.00 ---- place on Saturday The comedy. For the past six state tairs ann testivam trom Aspen,otoraao. suitcase for $20. NEW ARRIVAL morning parade will be the salads, rolls, beverages Mr. and Mrs. Ray Clark of Fife and Drum parade and GrubbY-- --  ..... ,... . .... ..,, W. Newbury are the parents of begins at 11:30. It will follow ........ . By Warren Sattler I'l't/l'KAIl'U IIUI{II a baby girl, bern July 7 at the same route as the Ethnic ............ Alice Peck Day Hospital. parade. The Ethnic Parade  0000speratmn00 begins at 2 p.m. The parade 0{4, .... "rlUO..'pr_j  t" STAR$COP ; [E Decide upon your destination. Peace Rally . av Clare .tmnswt4t Traveling singly or with a tour, seeks actors (v 0 Book now to be sure. the Strafford Open Forum is L  ' '" ] " '--- 'J- ,,, . .- AQU/dUUS -- Jmtuat 21-Flmla 19 A troublesome and prhaps costly obligation will I dua,l ' 0 / rounding up a cast for ..... """" "  ">"  "Button, Button. Who's Got RURAL DEIJV Y By   immense relief. Somewhat accident prone, you should the Button . . . A Dream of J AJDAME ,' ---crNO, I DON'T_t[ f-B..'r.TI:4_E PEQ_L:LE 1 J J " TI-4A special cite when handling mechanical device. (jO /..----.i,/ 5(f.r, d  Nuclear War," DO M:O ' ':: NXr W It will be performed in [ OWN A I .-'m/" 'I'OIOSE O It J  I [ .''-- PISCES - F 20-1tmh 20 Financial m scanmad through the week, but play the m Montpelier at the high school SMALL. pmtpouements come in a tames. Good  for job I "0016ZO HOUSE JVt,41n ST. 0 ofn Aug. 7 at 2:45 pro. as partthe Washington to Moscow DOG? Oedaily If tork involv, sai. ,Vermont) Walk Peace Rally !ii '00ES -- 0 (:)2.) O4-170 g' The Walk has been organized : " Frlench ere mppotttve now and Voucan.tmforqut Interested individuals and Volunte mant can wm you doum, and you n groups are sought to perform learn to say "no." Fmaway ommunuom and explo as stiitwalkers (easily hluwavs are among hdht ot busy week. taught), 'tgrey people" GEMINI - May *,luae 1 (performers with an affinity Week offers good opportunity for mJo:e In profmdom for,,crossers,,movement( to runandthroughmime)'the Grandpa's Boy By BradAnderson o,,,n=o,..Fm,ad..rmyhave,o,o, .It.  ci,s ' .....  , .. , : ,, ..... , Ja.,: : ,, Slarring Dudley Moore', ; show as a group at various /AOt6,,CAN X LBP-ou'r Abt,..  [ al I I1," r  IV *[,..-- -r/,l.',$ & X lnaenly - and ask qualom. . ...... - ' 201teCENTURV..',: and endurance) and  #,,',)fi.,// "  q , , V e.-" I' } ) pingforantiquesandnmtaigiaRmstsfavorad. Long.dll laza Mmnelh and John! o=,c.s  musicians (trumpets, bass municatiormardvesateradelay. - Ends Thursday ] Ends Thursday drums, violins, fifes, -" LEO -- July ff-#dm 22 ! autoharps or percussionists. )    i' ?   6ood week for experimenting in er, -- -- but don3 Superman [ Raiders of Lost Ark / 7:&9:30 [ 7:15&9:15  The.re is a part for everyone In m of romance or invament. Empha b on the pI  j who would like to join in this polb mmm of a fonnm admtret. exciting theatrical ex- Vlt_ - -  ff.,tr " MATINEES SATUR & SUNDAY 2:00 pression. Participation in the Your convincing argumants fail to comatwat, so quit production will involve the ahead. Good wek for torung out  matters, for i ii illl jjjjjjjjjj jjjjj Sunday, Aug 2, 11 a.m - 4 NAPOLEON , B r McBride and Moo UBR - Stmab 2,<)cto1 111 CLUB p.m. (with lunch break) -- SelectMty Is week's keyword. Them m "Runthrough" Rehearsal, [1 llA,'Jla'J/tJl] QIIN LN 1 R // v 1-riT,,'J r', r-" 1 and you can't have them all. Thdlt paya oil by the Socceri.ield, S Strafford" l,', Ll,plC,l. biOU ql /- "l onetain a noncommRalmood. -' 111 Central St. Thursday, Aug. 6, 4 p.m. -- "NJ:JI  .......... "'-'N/-- ON  L.Oq6../ Ikt] I [ .,---'$D SCOIIO -- OctotM -Nmmml=r 21 Dress Rehearsal, High school , : ', L j'IP J IX 1 / Reluctant idends am suddenly eager to pkmse, and 'C Field, Montpelier.  ,' -z  I/: ,} < '  --ttrings attachad. OpUmlsttc outtook heil you ova' = -- Friday, Aug. 7, 1:30 p.m. - l ,. \\;F  course and on to bdghter borons. ?, -" 1 High school field, Montpelier. . L.-- "" ' > " Do Vomself a favor and aim to meet the tm:r .. ' .,) Car pooling as well as highm-up. Community hattie still ragea, but donua " 00,m.Z.iI400Ll-0000q overnight (as needed, a- - comodations will be arranged. For further information call CAPCOBN -- Dmbr 2,$-Jamual 20 Heidi Dietschi-Cooper at (802) I "J'. " ' /.-  I [-" / _ "" It's worth the effort to get acquaintad with new C0me Dalo Ifl Air Cditi0n 765-4576. I -/  i I your Plans change with the winds. Money matt Comfort, Sup#led By r: attitude Is a must. TWITCH , By How Rands BBllTHDAY THIS Genmous -- someles to a fault, and sensitive -- abo 1 7BioAirCnditlaer$' /q'i4!S iS TWITCH  (reOOD...WHAT'S if"- AE YOU  warm --and there are never any faults hmL Ye" 134 WITCH... HA5  THE EILL ? j 9 SITTING academic expansion, especlall V in the arts and any MY,TV EEN ]  ) DOWN LADY? I history .... k REPAIRED ? J 7/----- -- ... ) t t July 16th, actress GInge Rogers; 17th, aclnm t Clash of he Titans le00, actor Red Skelton; 19th, singer Vicki Can; Black Velvet __ Co-f ca tur--e---- Sunday only Hero at Large For Your Reservation Call Before 7:00 P.M. (603) 747 - 2505 Or 747- 2840 PG IT JUST SO HAPPENED I  Ig4A,Ve I  rUELRa/ by Kern Uamix the letters in the boxes to form a iris" coates rect meaning(or dtloa). Score yourelt as follows: 4 Correct-Excellent 2 Correct-Fair 3 Correct-Good 1-0Correct-Poor 1. ANO R, 8OHE I STPrR, C. (,dELL CLUEt yOU HIGHT WISH ON THIS. 2. g y TI LIA A. CARD 15. r'tM C. COR, E CI..UEt YOU KEEp IS IN GAMe* . STRIKE - F'UEL C. IGNITE CIAE START A FIKI. "00l'INllulNI A. SLY B. FRS'I" C. SHy CLUE= Fill FOX IS. 7./l,.g/ , v t:)NZNNn V o a'IaNzw r yfTwX Z O-V^ON t ,:mumV 00"omnvord ACROSS 38. Newspaper '-^ -" 6. Lives outdoors 40. I i. Vitol organ 41. Weight of 12. Intimidation Indio 13. Eoch (obbr.) 42. Exdomotion 14. About 43. Green 15. Pedol digit vegetable 16. Moob city 45. Plurol ending 17. Mineral 47. Doybreok: comb. form sprir 0" 5ausll 19. h,,.mlnterrmtirml . Highwoys 2l. Ou 52. Three spots 23. Frogronce 53. Kills 26. Mor DOWN 27. I:)i/1s 29. Like !. Prormun 30, Note of scale 2. Piles 31. Lmtm 3. Sun God 33. Pieme 4. Moke o 35. ExpoM mtslk