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Page 2-The Journal Opinion-July 22, 1981 I Arts and 1 +  The Gondoliers set in Norwich NORWICH--Gilbert and Entertal so,,,van,s "The Gondoliers" nment comes to Tracy Hall in Nor- wich July 24 when the Light Opera of Norwich opens the i[C Parish Players production of the famous operetta for an South Pac set in Lisbon eight-nightrun. LISBON--The Upstage Players open their fourth season at the Lisbon Town tiall July 30-31 and Aug. I with a production of Rodgers and Hammerstein&apos;s "South Pacific." With the first glimpse of the tropical setting, you will be under the enchanting spell of the luscious and beautiful island of Bali Hal. You will meet French ladies and native island girls, the lively Bloody Mary, Colette tlaywood, and her daughter Liar, Paula McCann. Friday through Thursday "Nobody's Perfect" pG Co4eature Fri., Sat., Sun, "Happy Birthdal to Me" The naive Nellie Forbush, Debbie Henault, and the charming Emile de Becque, John Browm as well as the U.S. Navy Seabees and nur- ses, Captain Brackett, Stuart Simpson, Commander Her- bison, Don Rayburn, and the ever scheming Luther Bill|s, Keith Rowlett will also en- tertain you. Some of the memorable musical numbers from "South Pacific" include "Bali Hal," "Some Enchanted Evening," "There's Nothin' Like a Dame," and "I'm Gonna Wash That Man Right Outa My Hair." These selections and others will provide a full evening of delightful and hilarious entertainment. "South Pacific" is directed by Hal Haywood. There are many newcomers to the cast and crew as the Upstage Players have brought together performers from Lisbon, Sugar Hill, Lyman, Landaff, Littleton, and Woodsy|lie in an effort to present the best possible live theater in the area. Tickets will be available at the door on all three evenings. The curtain will rise at 8 p.m. R DATSUN SALES AND SERVICE ON TOUR--Stage, screen, and television stars David Birney and Meredith Baxter Birney will return to Dartmouth College's Hopkins Center this summer with their touring production of "Talley's Folly," Lanford Wilson's Pulitzer Prize-winning play. The Birneys played to packed houses at Dartmouth last summer when they took the title roles in "Richard Ill" and "The Country Wife" with the Dartmouth Players. "Talley's Folly" will be performed 8 times--Aug. 14, 15, 16, 18, 19, and 20 at 8:30 p.m. and August 15 - 16 at 2:30 p.m.--in the Center Theater. David Strohmier, who directed the Parish Players' hit productions of "Iolanthe" and "Ruddigore", is directing "The Gondoliers," working with many of the same people who appeared in the previous productions. Barbara Duncan returns as choreographer, along with Jim Todhunter and ttayward Crewe, of Norwich, and Nancy Ell|son and Gayle Ell|son, of Hartford, in leading roles. "The Gondoliers" plays Friday through Sunday, July 24, 25, and 26: and Wednesday through Sunday, July 29 through Aug. 2. All per- formances start at 8 p.m., and general admission tickets, at $6.00 each, may be obtained at the door starting at 4:30 p.m. on the days of performances. Y STORY HOUR NEWBURY--Story hour for Benefit concert set in Bradford children aged 3 to 5 will be BITS OF INFORMATION held at the Tenney Memorial A one-and-a-half pound BRADFORD--A concert for will be teaching music at the Library in Newbury July 23 at hailstone once fell on Potter, the benefit of the 1982 North Enosburg Falls High School 10a.m Nebraska -- the largest on Country Chorus trip to this fall. record. England will be held Aug. 16 at _...i,BD A ROSE IS A ROSF_,-- David Harrison delivers a rose to Catherine De Boer in "The Gondoliers" playing in Norwich. Art on displaL]00 in W{), WOODSVILLE--The retired Army Nurse and her hang in private Woodsy|lie Guaranty Savings exhibit reflects her extensive H a w a i i, Bank has announced that travels. , Massachusetts Eleanor V. Spiller's paintings Miss Spiller s paintings Hampshire. will be on display in the lobby of the main office in Wood- sville this month and next. The bank invites you to stop in and view the collection which contains paintings of animals, seascapes, flowers and panoramic impressions of experiences and scenes from here and abroad. Eleanor V. Spiller is a Horror .film set at free movies WELLS RIVER--"The Night of the Living Dead" will be the feature at the free movies next door to the Wells River Laundromat at7 p.m. July 26. The 1968 film, starring Judith O'Dea, Russell Streiner and Duane Jones has been described as "possibly the greatest low budget film of all time." Some scenes in this horror movie are not recommended for young children. Also showing will be a Daffy Duck cartoon. The free movies are sponsored by a grant from the Wells River Savings Bank. 8 p.m. in the Bradford Congregational Church. Grubby, B Warren Satt The accent will be on youth .....  with flutist D. Jeffrey ! .  f' ¢ IFID DONT/AIi-' -- Fullerton, soprano Becky  \\; _\\; F),. AH TIltH' TO 6rIVE \\;Z = Ewing, and pianist Gall .. '---i  _ LIP SMOKIN'." ,.Y Fllerton is a Woodsy|lie 1_,, native who gave his senior j/j recital at the University of New Hampshire last season.  Becky Ewing of Bradford is ma |orang invoice at J oh uson  \\;- State College. A couple of II years ago she had the lead in -4, "Oklahoma" in the Lebanon B AL sMrI production. Gall Powers gave her senior recital at the University of Vermont this past season. Her home is in the Boltonville section of Newbury, and she Pinafore playing at WRJ playhouse WHITE RIVER JCT. --"H.M.S. Pinafore," one of the most popular comic- operas by Gilbert and Sullivan, is the third RURAL DEIAVERY ON DISPLAY---One of Eleanor V. Spiller's on display at Woodsville Guaranty Savings STA00RS¢OP Clare Amwdl WEEK OF: JULY 23, 1981 AQUARIUS - January 21-FebrumN 19 Conflict with Capricorn can be resolved -- but tact is crucial. ship ventures bring rewarding surprises if both in a little overtime. .PISCES - Februaj 20-March 20 You're slightly gullible; be prepared for some practical best ideas may be met with cool reserve, while some random are greeted with applause. ARIES - March 21-Apfll 20 Important people figure Into week's picture. Education is and you may be filling the roles of teacher and student. pays off by Tuesday. TAURUS - Aprll 21-May 22 Short-cuts just don't pay, while a roundabout route destination successfully -- and includes extraordinary tional fireworks spark -- and almost immediately subside. Datsun 280-ZX 2-Seater Hatchback Coupe GL production by the Green Grandpa's Boy By Brad Anderson Mountain Guild at the Jun ......... m .... : . _ GEMINI ,-May 23-Ju,m 21 ........ yhoe. .... ! /,.€€ i I ,qt,.Y.. ,#...,..,_ _1 I  :. ,, ,. .....  '-,tm.re.m,mto--+,,,m.,,,,,+=- MC NAMARA Mm00ltq Inr The nautical hit is playing | ..... A . | | ()'Ct" 'i }/[.lffl/rlrl rtl I ,,. > .'/ . ,'  .... | of hand. Good week for launching fitness program, vav,,v, ,,vo through July 25 at the old I ' "7 ) ---'-- I I +--v ifluJ[Plbll(l"ll/I I . fL.^ ,. .T,/ I sport or taking on part-time work. OperaH9 use. , r-- II I CA00lCl00-June2£.Jul¥££ (603) 298-8737 The typically impish Gilbert ]  Jt . €.__ ## | | -_.. "' !)F % 1 4_ u I I " "q ',T [ I x. 1 Social gathering can bring you in touch with an Important Main St. W. Lebanon, NI. and Sullivan plot of I  " ' \\; € ,-- I I '- ;( :-,., _ ..  -'1 I a:.f== ," ! contact. A more conservative approach proves helpful at. ........ ^*- "Pinafore", which is subtitled I J-' .YAI I /_@F'idW ,-:,"1 I -,'7.  ,_ I debts should be collected quickly. M0n-l-rl - aI a-a "The [,ass That Loved a 6"  r,,,,  -- - . • = _ LEO - July 23-Anguet 22 ---- Sailor." involves the plans of I // 11  :11 +//  I Tautum or lJbra can brighten the frtendship plcture -- but d ,,,, - the captain of the warship I II ---F'fgr I I -\\;|1 x,,.x._,.../ I I  Jill "" "--.J --1'{6ql fueetrlendshipwlthromance. OIdertrlendsmayneedabOO |----  | I Pinafore to marry his pretty j ][ ,l  | I d[/ \\;1 |"'' --"   fldence which only you can provide. | •  I | daughter to the head of the I .-L. /\\;  II "" 1 .Ax00I VmGO-&ugtmt23-Septembar22 , B I m  | | British Admiralty. But | [  1 1 4[  I  ! €  I I I Josephine is secretly in love !  ,, I • s - -- - • ,- dr -- ' -- frlencA tanslttonlnWeek.eitherPerhapscase useY°u'reyour timebetweenposltlvelJ°bs and" " don't" or r I /'. J[,J 1, J I | | with one of the crew of the NAPOLEON By McBride ud Moore " . , Y 1 i i IIJlT. _----7_---- I I l Pinafore, Ralph Rackstraw, 'Ot¢'rAVCA, " , i.---.=.=--- to contact people tn high places. I | -ll 1|1 Central St. I | 1 and she plans to elope with [  c.NO - [I  I el._ I r I LIBRA - September 23-Octobe,r 22 i !  L Woodsville, N. H, | " 1 him. A villainous member of kTO TN" IAKE., , _   I : I --"k | A dip in self-confidence ends when you re called on to me I "~ ._ ..... • '° "" . I hremC;e cDai;kaiedlYee[ )'/l, ['    ''- " """"''---,[ Pk, ".,  A  ,| challenge.accent on tradlnThursday'SaturdaYand advertlsinfaV°r business transactions, " ..... X..""  J SCORPIO -- Octobmr 23-Novemlllr 21 ., I ".  "    " "./: l Ralph is to be taken below in "',, I ='- "- " - •  - -  g, Week has a =ntimental appeal, highlighted by a note or i :.'r "'--',:" | chains.. However, Little I\\;\ b..  [ ...... T- - - /w..,ffi.-,-- J"-  r"zP/,-][l- Iong-distancefflend. Check all facts wltb dlligence, especia' 1 I Buttercup, the rosiest, / I I lTAC00[1 I ,e,.tore.l--teor,nves..ents. • i# VA,, I.lauan't U-er d Them Yet l roundest and reddest of the i ,,.uu ,,.._+,:.:,- . -- --' 1 women whe sell trinkets to the |'\\;+-l. +ll [---// / I [L+I I -.-.LJ I S&G!I,/uIUUS - No.mbar2-i:cemlmr' | Then Mike 11115 "f001' week 1-0 H01t | sailors when they are in port, ] -  -  I L e,, ! I/.- ' // - / I - , A picture s worth a thousand words, so put your ideas ac • ! reveals a secret she has kept I -- !  _-,,;=--------1 P: /_.d[  7/ visual manner. Don't dismiss a co-worker's strange Ideas. We | . \\; \\; \\; , h / l for many years which rights I - -- [1 - I wo.d..ul,or bamjain-hunting Sagtttarians. 1 , \\; 'JLAIJ a// // / 1 the situation in the nick of p'a._.., J [ -- 7-+.g/'7"Bd I C/UPRICORN - Deeembmr 23-Janum20 I , ..-"ll i /, 1 time. and leaves everybody to ......... Strikes and other delays can impede progress but love lif# I  W " -," II)i/ | iive happily ever after, lWlllrl ...................../',_ 1 By HOW Rands . =oadescOUTloGnO:dcoWelkinr organizing your ideas,' | ,-+_.iiISaPurday, July 25 " ll" | For information and ! --_ T'/ I / ' ' i g zl ers, •  -_.dec-.- I reservations, call (802) 295- | """- ..... '1- | 6228betweenl-t0pm.  b"- VI , + . BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK I -"o ! I /  _ -- 1   uX,/_\\;"!II I, I I  / I blood, and sometimes you just refuse to relinquish the limeligl I' L i _..1 l ----x,i i///+, '+mO.Y /],l [ \\;   ] c°mlng months, productive times are broken bY res tricttve fc i -- I   " / / a,,c  - / / / , I ' - - " - I seize the moments when they come. ,"J-,e"J" Iou'r r--Omll I - 7¢<"A}x + Ill  - Ill I/(/ilos'rrl I July 23rd, poet John Maxwell; 24th, actress. Ruth B. I FALLING II I ',K , lit  ' " • I  ,,,i" oW I I painter Louis d'An]ou; 26th, singer MIck Jagger; 27th, prodU I+OcKS II I tblll)) /\\; IlMI£' /_e I I manlatar;28th, actorMlchaelWtld]ng;29th, actorWtllia+ | For Your Reservation Call Be f0re 7:00 P.M. l 10., ......... /  T. ] i (+0a) 747- 2505 Or 747-2840 i O]t ,UT  ACROSS W'ngs q ' IT JUST SO HAPPENED by Kern - , Woter 3ll Pr;fix away N [I [  - - " " 33] Girls' name U By D, J. Coates borricodes _,x,+_,._,o+.. ++ +o_ 3, _o,, word. Then circle A, B or C for the cor- rect meaning(or definition). Score yourse as follows: 4 Correct-Excellent 2 Correct-Fair 3 Correct-Good 14) Correct-Poor . DL - --t F BARN . H,LL C. ULLE"/ CLUE In a nursery song the farr:r.et li,,,et:i here. 2. IT|OR A. PATH B. .51<."/ C CLUE Scientists track rockets in space. C. 'I"A R in space. 3"R TU + rrC, ' "-J • R E 8, PEnCIl C. ¢£1.EP.A'rtoH CLUE, End Of a war. 41 NI I S [ S I l [MIA El A. @UtET 15. 1 C+REEJH CLUE: The"t,r, credible lg,"is.' 7-Z3-1I 9. Giant 10. A nobleman 37. 12. Doubt 39. 14. Chinese 40. 41. 16. White yams • 17. Limb 46, ]8. Drinks 47. slowly 20. Compass I. oint 2. 21. reru:ing point 3. 22. Toste 4. 24. Porent 26. Lamb's 5. 28. eitr me 6. God State Put on Either Stupidity PAGI Exit Allot Weird Look ot DOWN Vonish 7. Greek Siornesa coin B. Main Jopanesa ship 9, DosticLea b°aeot Treots ! i. with scorn ]2. Bulk Performs 13. God Kind of ]7. lettuce of bUt/ --i 19. Only 21. Short 23. Musk 25. Atap . 27. Coursm 29. MecHcir plont 3O. Huge 32. Even: po l. 34. Routine 35. r ,, 37. U. $. t, 38. Edge= --;I 4t. Cholice w, ,.. Bom Page 2-The Journal Opinion-July 22, 1981 I Arts and 1 +  The Gondoliers set in Norwich NORWICH--Gilbert and Entertal so,,,van,s "The Gondoliers" nment comes to Tracy Hall in Nor- wich July 24 when the Light Opera of Norwich opens the i[C Parish Players production of the famous operetta for an South Pac set in Lisbon eight-nightrun. LISBON--The Upstage Players open their fourth season at the Lisbon Town tiall July 30-31 and Aug. I with a production of Rodgers and Hammerstein's "South Pacific." With the first glimpse of the tropical setting, you will be under the enchanting spell of the luscious and beautiful island of Bali Hal. You will meet French ladies and native island girls, the lively Bloody Mary, Colette tlaywood, and her daughter Liar, Paula McCann. Friday through Thursday "Nobody's Perfect" pG Co4eature Fri., Sat., Sun, "Happy Birthdal to Me" The naive Nellie Forbush, Debbie Henault, and the charming Emile de Becque, John Browm as well as the U.S. Navy Seabees and nur- ses, Captain Brackett, Stuart Simpson, Commander Her- bison, Don Rayburn, and the ever scheming Luther Bill|s, Keith Rowlett will also en- tertain you. Some of the memorable musical numbers from "South Pacific" include "Bali Hal," "Some Enchanted Evening," "There's Nothin' Like a Dame," and "I'm Gonna Wash That Man Right Outa My Hair." These selections and others will provide a full evening of delightful and hilarious entertainment. "South Pacific" is directed by Hal Haywood. There are many newcomers to the cast and crew as the Upstage Players have brought together performers from Lisbon, Sugar Hill, Lyman, Landaff, Littleton, and Woodsy|lie in an effort to present the best possible live theater in the area. Tickets will be available at the door on all three evenings. The curtain will rise at 8 p.m. R DATSUN SALES AND SERVICE ON TOUR--Stage, screen, and television stars David Birney and Meredith Baxter Birney will return to Dartmouth College's Hopkins Center this summer with their touring production of "Talley's Folly," Lanford Wilson's Pulitzer Prize-winning play. The Birneys played to packed houses at Dartmouth last summer when they took the title roles in "Richard Ill" and "The Country Wife" with the Dartmouth Players. "Talley's Folly" will be performed 8 times--Aug. 14, 15, 16, 18, 19, and 20 at 8:30 p.m. and August 15 - 16 at 2:30 p.m.--in the Center Theater. David Strohmier, who directed the Parish Players' hit productions of "Iolanthe" and "Ruddigore", is directing "The Gondoliers," working with many of the same people who appeared in the previous productions. Barbara Duncan returns as choreographer, along with Jim Todhunter and ttayward Crewe, of Norwich, and Nancy Ell|son and Gayle Ell|son, of Hartford, in leading roles. "The Gondoliers" plays Friday through Sunday, July 24, 25, and 26: and Wednesday through Sunday, July 29 through Aug. 2. All per- formances start at 8 p.m., and general admission tickets, at $6.00 each, may be obtained at the door starting at 4:30 p.m. on the days of performances. Y STORY HOUR NEWBURY--Story hour for Benefit concert set in Bradford children aged 3 to 5 will be BITS OF INFORMATION held at the Tenney Memorial A one-and-a-half pound BRADFORD--A concert for will be teaching music at the Library in Newbury July 23 at hailstone once fell on Potter, the benefit of the 1982 North Enosburg Falls High School 10a.m Nebraska -- the largest on Country Chorus trip to this fall. record. England will be held Aug. 16 at _...i,BD A ROSE IS A ROSF_,-- David Harrison delivers a rose to Catherine De Boer in "The Gondoliers" playing in Norwich. Art on displaL]00 in W{), WOODSVILLE--The retired Army Nurse and her hang in private Woodsy|lie Guaranty Savings exhibit reflects her extensive H a w a i i, Bank has announced that travels. , Massachusetts Eleanor V. Spiller's paintings Miss Spiller s paintings Hampshire. will be on display in the lobby of the main office in Wood- sville this month and next. The bank invites you to stop in and view the collection which contains paintings of animals, seascapes, flowers and panoramic impressions of experiences and scenes from here and abroad. Eleanor V. Spiller is a Horror .film set at free movies WELLS RIVER--"The Night of the Living Dead" will be the feature at the free movies next door to the Wells River Laundromat at7 p.m. July 26. The 1968 film, starring Judith O'Dea, Russell Streiner and Duane Jones has been described as "possibly the greatest low budget film of all time." Some scenes in this horror movie are not recommended for young children. Also showing will be a Daffy Duck cartoon. The free movies are sponsored by a grant from the Wells River Savings Bank. 8 p.m. in the Bradford Congregational Church. Grubby, B Warren Satt The accent will be on youth .....  with flutist D. Jeffrey ! .  f' ¢ IFID DONT/AIi-' -- Fullerton, soprano Becky  \\; _\\; F),. AH TIltH' TO 6rIVE \\;Z = Ewing, and pianist Gall .. '---i  _ LIP SMOKIN'." ,.Y Fllerton is a Woodsy|lie 1_,, native who gave his senior j/j recital at the University of New Hampshire last season.  Becky Ewing of Bradford is ma |orang invoice at J oh uson  \\;- State College. A couple of II years ago she had the lead in -4, "Oklahoma" in the Lebanon B AL sMrI production. Gall Powers gave her senior recital at the University of Vermont this past season. Her home is in the Boltonville section of Newbury, and she Pinafore playing at WRJ playhouse WHITE RIVER JCT. --"H.M.S. Pinafore," one of the most popular comic- operas by Gilbert and Sullivan, is the third RURAL DEIAVERY ON DISPLAY---One of Eleanor V. Spiller's on display at Woodsville Guaranty Savings STA00RS¢OP Clare Amwdl WEEK OF: JULY 23, 1981 AQUARIUS - January 21-FebrumN 19 Conflict with Capricorn can be resolved -- but tact is crucial. ship ventures bring rewarding surprises if both in a little overtime. .PISCES - Februaj 20-March 20 You're slightly gullible; be prepared for some practical best ideas may be met with cool reserve, while some random are greeted with applause. ARIES - March 21-Apfll 20 Important people figure Into week's picture. Education is and you may be filling the roles of teacher and student. pays off by Tuesday. TAURUS - Aprll 21-May 22 Short-cuts just don't pay, while a roundabout route destination successfully -- and includes extraordinary tional fireworks spark -- and almost immediately subside. Datsun 280-ZX 2-Seater Hatchback Coupe GL production by the Green Grandpa's Boy By Brad Anderson Mountain Guild at the Jun ......... m .... : . _ GEMINI ,-May 23-Ju,m 21 ........ yhoe. .... ! /,.€€ i I ,qt,.Y.. ,#...,..,_ _1 I  :. ,, ,. .....  '-,tm.re.m,mto--+,,,m.,,,,,+=- MC NAMARA Mm00ltq Inr The nautical hit is playing | ..... A . | | ()'Ct" 'i }/[.lffl/rlrl rtl I ,,. > .'/ . ,'  .... | of hand. Good week for launching fitness program, vav,,v, ,,vo through July 25 at the old I ' "7 ) ---'-- I I +--v ifluJ[Plbll(l"ll/I I . fL.^ ,. .T,/ I sport or taking on part-time work. OperaH9 use. , r-- II I CA00lCl00-June2£.Jul¥££ (603) 298-8737 The typically impish Gilbert ]  Jt . €.__ ## | | -_.. "' !)F % 1 4_ u I I " "q ',T [ I x. 1 Social gathering can bring you in touch with an Important Main St. W. Lebanon, NI. and Sullivan plot of I  " ' \\; € ,-- I I '- ;( :-,., _ ..  -'1 I a:.f== ," ! contact. A more conservative approach proves helpful at. ........ ^*- "Pinafore", which is subtitled I J-' .YAI I /_@F'idW ,-:,"1 I -,'7.  ,_ I debts should be collected quickly. M0n-l-rl - aI a-a "The [,ass That Loved a 6"  r,,,,  -- - . • = _ LEO - July 23-Anguet 22 ---- Sailor." involves the plans of I // 11  :11 +//  I Tautum or lJbra can brighten the frtendship plcture -- but d ,,,, - the captain of the warship I II ---F'fgr I I -\\;|1 x,,.x._,.../ I I  Jill "" "--.J --1'{6ql fueetrlendshipwlthromance. OIdertrlendsmayneedabOO |----  | I Pinafore to marry his pretty j ][ ,l  | I d[/ \\;1 |"'' --"   fldence which only you can provide. | •  I | daughter to the head of the I .-L. /\\;  II "" 1 .Ax00I VmGO-&ugtmt23-Septembar22 , B I m  | | British Admiralty. But | [  1 1 4[  I  ! €  I I I Josephine is secretly in love !  ,, I • s - -- - • ,- dr -- ' -- frlencA tanslttonlnWeek.eitherPerhapscase useY°u'reyour timebetweenposltlvelJ°bs and" " don't" or r I /'. J[,J 1, J I | | with one of the crew of the NAPOLEON By McBride ud Moore " . , Y 1 i i IIJlT. _----7_---- I I l Pinafore, Ralph Rackstraw, 'Ot¢'rAVCA, " , i.---.=.=--- to contact people tn high places. I | -ll 1|1 Central St. I | 1 and she plans to elope with [  c.NO - [I  I el._ I r I LIBRA - September 23-Octobe,r 22 i !  L Woodsville, N. H, | " 1 him. A villainous member of kTO TN" IAKE., , _   I : I --"k | A dip in self-confidence ends when you re called on to me I "~ ._ ..... • '° "" . I hremC;e cDai;kaiedlYee[ )'/l, ['    ''- " """"''---,[ Pk, ".,  A  ,| challenge.accent on tradlnThursday'SaturdaYand advertlsinfaV°r business transactions, " ..... X..""  J SCORPIO -- Octobmr 23-Novemlllr 21 ., I ".  "    " "./: l Ralph is to be taken below in "',, I ='- "- " - •  - -  g, Week has a =ntimental appeal, highlighted by a note or i :.'r "'--',:" | chains.. However, Little I\\;\ b..  [ ...... T- - - /w..,ffi.-,-- J"-  r"zP/,-][l- Iong-distancefflend. Check all facts wltb dlligence, especia' 1 I Buttercup, the rosiest, / I I lTAC00[1 I ,e,.tore.l--teor,nves..ents. • i# VA,, I.lauan't U-er d Them Yet l roundest and reddest of the i ,,.uu ,,.._+,:.:,- . -- --' 1 women whe sell trinkets to the |'\\;+-l. +ll [---// / I [L+I I -.-.LJ I S&G!I,/uIUUS - No.mbar2-i:cemlmr' | Then Mike 11115 "f001' week 1-0 H01t | sailors when they are in port, ] -  -  I L e,, ! I/.- ' // - / I - , A picture s worth a thousand words, so put your ideas ac • ! reveals a secret she has kept I -- !  _-,,;=--------1 P: /_.d[  7/ visual manner. Don't dismiss a co-worker's strange Ideas. We | . \\; \\; \\; , h / l for many years which rights I - -- [1 - I wo.d..ul,or bamjain-hunting Sagtttarians. 1 , \\; 'JLAIJ a// // / 1 the situation in the nick of p'a._.., J [ -- 7-+.g/'7"Bd I C/UPRICORN - Deeembmr 23-Janum20 I , ..-"ll i /, 1 time. and leaves everybody to ......... Strikes and other delays can impede progress but love lif# I  W " -," II)i/ | iive happily ever after, lWlllrl ...................../',_ 1 By HOW Rands . =oadescOUTloGnO:dcoWelkinr organizing your ideas,' | ,-+_.iiISaPurday, July 25 " ll" | For information and ! --_ T'/ I / ' ' i g zl ers, •  -_.dec-.- I reservations, call (802) 295- | """- ..... '1- | 6228betweenl-t0pm.  b"- VI , + . BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK I -"o ! I /  _ -- 1   uX,/_\\;"!II I, I I  / I blood, and sometimes you just refuse to relinquish the limeligl I' L i _..1 l ----x,i i///+, '+mO.Y /],l [ \\;   ] c°mlng months, productive times are broken bY res tricttve fc i -- I   " / / a,,c  - / / / , I ' - - " - I seize the moments when they come. ,"J-,e"J" Iou'r r--Omll I - 7¢<"A}x + Ill  - Ill I/(/ilos'rrl I July 23rd, poet John Maxwell; 24th, actress. Ruth B. I FALLING II I ',K , lit  ' " • I  ,,,i" oW I I painter Louis d'An]ou; 26th, singer MIck Jagger; 27th, prodU I+OcKS II I tblll)) /\\; IlMI£' /_e I I manlatar;28th, actorMlchaelWtld]ng;29th, actorWtllia+ | For Your Reservation Call Be f0re 7:00 P.M. l 10., ......... /  T. ] i (+0a) 747- 2505 Or 747-2840 i O]t ,UT  ACROSS W'ngs q ' IT JUST SO HAPPENED by Kern - , Woter 3ll Pr;fix away N [I [  - - " " 33] Girls' name U By D, J. Coates borricodes _,x,+_,._,o+.. ++ +o_ 3, _o,, word. Then circle A, B or C for the cor- rect meaning(or definition). 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