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Page 2-The Journal Opinion-July 28, 1982 Arts and OUOT00 "Criticism is the art wherewith a critic tries to guess himself into a share of L.__Emlm ent j the artist&apos;s fame." George Jean Nathan Bradford Chamber of Commerce to sponsor SUMMERFEST '82 tIRAI)FORD - The Bradford Bradford National Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring the second annual Summerfest street fair on August 21, Saturday in town. Festivities will begin at 10:00 a.m, in the rear of the ANNUAL SUMMER SALE COMMUNITY CIRCLE Sat., July 31, 10-3 Fairlee, Vt. l,unch at noon with ficmen's barbecued chicken, CRAFTS, FOOD, ANTIQUES, BOOKS. ToYs, ws/ alPa,IN Bank dance troupe performing for Parking Lot. Federal street will become a mini-mall with craftspeople showing and selling their wares, old-time player piano music, balloons, open-air food concessions and street musicians. Bradford mer- everyone, and topped off with a contra-dance to end a full day's activities I Come and see what we have to offer! A fine day you won't want to miss! If weather is a little sour-- no problem -- we'll have a huge tent for all. Bl Monroe Saturday July 31 2 pm Burke Mountain Rt. 114, E. Burke, Vt. 7 miles from 1-91, Exit 23, Lyndonuille (in case of rain--Fen,on Chester Ice Are:ha_, Lyndonville) The legenda Father of Bluegrass Music in a rare Vermon_ t appearance STARS OF THE GRAND OLE OPRY $6 Lawn $8 Reserved Chair. Tickets at the gate or * Northern Li%Itm Books St. Johnsbury Edmund's Pharmacy Lyndonville Or 1 Catamount Arts (802) 633-2603, VISA & MC. 12 discount under IS & over 60, Children 6 & under Free. chants will be sponsoring special sale items along with sidewalk displays. Many great bargains and specials to be had! Ill I Illl CRACKER BARREL BAZAAR The fun even without the sun! Hope to see you there -- remember to mark your calendar -- Saturday, August 21, 1982, 10:00 a.m. to mid- HIBAKUSHA-- Janet Langdon and Steve Friedman in Modern Times Theatre's "Hibakusha: Stories from Hiroshima" to be presented at Tracy Hall in Norwich on August 5 at 8:00 p.m. The event is being sponsored by WAND (Women Against Nuclear Development), an Upper Valley women's peace, environmental, and feminist group. As the day comes to a close, night. evening brings an old- fashioned Chicken Barbecue with all the 'fixings', a gather t J ( 'round the piano Sing-along, a COMMUNITY HEALTH SERVICES WEST FAIRLEE A Com- munity Health Services Inc., Town Nurse will be at Bean Hall on Wednesday, August 11 from 12:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. The nurse will be checking for I "" .... _--- JLhe ins and glaucoma, hypertension, and will be checking weight. PLAYHOI/St Damn Yankees ,My 27.31 Ni WlIIK A WDV fOLK OIA BEGGAR'S OPERA Augutt 3 - 7 Performances Curtain is 8=00 p.m. every Tuesdoy thrlJgh SoturdOy, july b-AuguSt 28. Dinner/Theatre Dinnor/Th,oml ixkagl plan ovaitobia at the Hotel Coolidge dinirl roem odiacem to the p#ouse. Reservations Tha Guil hes o genial admistic We suggest rlmlrvafions. (802) 295-6228. Box p.m. THEATRE FOR CHILDREN Tuda a! I I:OO a.m. All Seats $2.00 I Om Fri. & Sat, .uly 30 & 31 Arts, Crafts, Entertainment, Antiques, Church Suppers On.the-Common / Newbury. Vt, For More [nformtaion Call (802) 866-5506 ST. JOHNSBURY WELLS RIVER A   A A A A A A A A A v Old-Time Fiddlers Contest !!/ Saturday, July 31 8:00 P.M. , . III I I I/ II I  EAST RYEGATE WEST LEBANON EAST THETFORD /HITE RIVER JUNCTIOB FAIR .EE ".Said '1'6 Be One Of The Fllmst Niht Clubs In New England !" "A Popular Dance Band Playing All The Favorite Country & Country Rock Dance Music" W( )ODSVILLE LITTLETON "Elton Ovttt" From Island Pond outs of an evening out at the Inn. Please don't expect us, on these balmy summer evenings, to ply you with elegant food and drink in our formal dining room! Be prepared instead to have the plying donender the stars, on our spacious and charming outdoor terrace. Fleet-footed waiters, old favorite dishes from our outdoor grill, plus an ever-changing variety of new surprises from our chef can help make a summer evening unforgettable. Dress in whatever you find comfortable, but do come prepared to be out at the Inn. 00-lnn "%,.....,' " Hanover, NH -  643-4300 FOR YOUR DINING PLEASURE y/):. "- RESTAURANT : ,;/ fi Main Street. Serving lunch from 11:00-2:30. Mou.-Sat, Open evenings 7 days, Sun.- Thurs. 5.10. Fri. and Sat. 5. ii. Phone 802-222- 9008. 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. COUTEE'S DRIVE-IN RESTAURANT--- Rt. 5 & 25. Hours: 6-9:30 all week. 802-222- 5288. Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner-Window Take Out Service. PHIL'S RESTAURANT & CAMP- GROUND-- Rt. 5. 802-633-9394. Snacks tb complete dinners to catering family dining at moderate prices. Entertainment weekends. 00ORi5 ROBERTS; COUNT 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. TIIIRD 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-SPM, Sun.. 8:30 AM-6:30 PM. Home style cooking at home style prices ! BONNIE OAKS RESORT-- On beautiful Lake Morey. Fine lakeside dining featuring live Main lobster, fresh seafood. prime rib and continental specialties. Open for luncheon on the deck, July- August 12-1:30. Dinner nightly, 6:30 to 8:00. For reservations: 802-333-4362. Entertainment Tuesday through Sunday in the Highlander Lounge. Dancing every Friday and Saturday, July and August. Visa and Master Charge accepted. LOBSTER TUB RESTAURANT-- Rt, 18. (03-444-5719. Open Mon.-Sat. 12-2 and 5-9. Sun. 12-9. Live Maine Lobster- resh Seafood Cocktails. Reserv. & Maj. Credit Cards Accepted. CONTINENTAL 9:] MOTOR INN-- 1.93 and U.S. ;|02. 603.444-5360. iiome of North (ountry's Most Popular Buffet. all you can eat--Mou, thru Thurs. $5.95 'till 8:30. Fri. & Sat. 'till 9 P.M. (open for lunch and breakfast. ....... [ 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, Reservations suggested. LINCOLN INN RESTAURA]T-- 20 llastlngs St. Dining Room and Coffee Shop - Sugar Shack Lounge. Banquet facilities to 400. Major credit cards accepted. AIME'S RESTAURANT-- Tel. (802) 748- 3553, Junction Rt. 2 & Rt. 18. Steak-plus and Lobster-plus. Mobil Guide and AAA IAsted. WARNERS GALLERY RESTAURANT-- 2 miles west of Wells River on Rt. 302. 802- 429-2120 or 633-9394. Comfortable country dining with unique salad bar. Catering and cake decorating. ; I111' RESTAURANT [ Colonial Plaza (603)298- 'ql 7,D' 8222. Open Daily from !t:30 AM. Cocktail Lounge- I - I,uncheon Specials -- Family Dinners -- Take / Out Service. t HOWARD JOHNSON'S-- Interstates 89- 91. Open 7 days a week. Always open -- never closed for your convenience. J ust for coffee or a complete meal, salad bar. Liquor. 6 Nites entertainment. Plan your party or banquet with us. 802-295-6048. BARGE INN RESTAuRANT Hr. 302 & 10. Mon.-Thurs.. 6 AM-9:00 PM. Fri.-Sun., 6 A M - I 0: 09 P M. 603-747-339:1. CHALET SHAEFER RESTAURANT ( 'en Ira I St reet 6o3-7,17-2117 I Breakfast. lunch, dilmer with daily lwcialtii's. Upstairs bar with happy hou'r front 5-I; everyday azul weekend eu- It.rUlililltl, nt. lit[lax 'b nur ,latt'l" tonillaill a,ld liMen Io onr piano nlnsic ,.,hilt' you ,.Itl, U , iitn|t,r | mlq'lllall Enrnpean spvcialtie, llva,l,nahl pric,ql. Major ( |',dil t',lrll ;vt'el)tvd. ('loed .%ilndlVs. I DINE WITH US! Benefit concert planned in Haverhill c, HAVERHILL-- The ttaverhill Haverhill Congregational at the JuilliardSchool. Healso the Vermont Council Church on Sunday afternoon, studied with Nadia Boulanger Arts for Historical Society is, spon- soring a concert by thb "Trio di Montr', whose members are Elizabeth Clendeming, violinist, Bettina Roulier, cellist, and John Koch, pianist. The concert will be at the ORFI)RD FAST SQUAD FLEA MARKET ORFORD-- The Orford FAST Squad Flea Market will be held on Saturday and Sunday, August 7 and 8, from 9:00 to 5:00 p.m., both days. The event will take place on the common in the scenic New Hampshire village. For ad- ditional information call 603- 353-9865. RUMMAGE SALE STRAFFORD-- The Annual Rummage Sale sponsored by the United Church in Stratford will be held on Friday and Saturday, July 30 and 31 at the Parish Hall. On Friday, the sale will be held from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. On Saturday, the sale will he held from 9:00 to 12:00 a.m., and will he half- price day. The rummage Sale is being held to benefit the United Church Women. August 1, at 3:00 p.m., with contributions for the benefit of the Ladd Street School Restoration Fund. Elizabeth Clendenning is a graduate of the Curtis Institute of Music where she studied with Ivan Galamian. She went on to do graduate study at the Cleveland Institute of Music. She has been a member of the Cleveland Symphony Orchestra and has played with the Chautauqua, N,Y. Sum- mer Festival Orchestra for many years. She has been active in chamber music and solo appearances in New England and is presently concertmaster of the Vermont Symphony, the Dartmouth Symphony and the Hanover Chamber Orchestra. Bettina Roulier studied at the Juilliard Graduate School of Music, at Indiana University with Janos Starker, and in master classes under Pablo Casals. She has played with the Hartford Symphony Orchestra and formerly was Assistant Professor of Music at Castleton State College in Vermont. She has appeared frequently in chamber music and solo performances. John Koch studied piano with Mieczyslaw Munz at the Peabody Conservatory and compsotion with Peter Mennin in Paris under a Fulbright grant. He has toured in the United States and Canada as accompanist for song recitals and ensemble programs ans has received two grants from AIR CONDITIONED HELD OVER CINEMA I A UNIVERSAL PICTURE 7:00&9:15 NTINEES Sot., Sun. & Rainy Days 2:00 Directed by Stephen Spielberg HELD OVER CINEMA II .: With Butt & Dotty  thls much Pun just " . .... Idn', be legal! UNiVErSe, RKO mCTUlZ Starring Burr Reynolds, Doily Porton, Dora DeLouise, and Larry Hagman. 7:1S &9:30 MATINEES: Sat., Sun. & Rainy Days 2:00 the second of to write a s movements for Monti. The me Monti have been together since 1971 repertoire all periods of music. GRUBBY RURAL DELIVERY VEH, EVERY TIME A SHEEP GIJMPS OVER Tile .FENCE I TAKE A MOVIE! " ONE - TWO - THREE - FOUR - FIVE - SIX SEVEN By Warren NAPOLEON A BRIHT CHEERY C-3OC 1 [WHEN YLI AWAE IN TW STILL TII:ZED LISTLESS, MORNIN TOALLVOu J /MOMIN6 E:E)YOU FEEL LIKE IUN-[:ETvVN---OR,J'UST I HPP"/PEOI:=LE / / iYou'vE BEEN Dr__-ED TIqRU PLAIN V)N OUT g f- " TWITCH [  YOU DON'T KNOW ' ..-  w i.:: ::.'.c,::; ...,..f.:.:':::...:.:.: I !{r WHAT IT LIKE rm01NO I OF 'NSECT5 . .- .  !::::.:-;:.'.,.<:::.:.'.:;:::::::-.':$L.:.i  OOT...00 ,::':. !::;.';.-* ::: 2:. %::,. 00ROUN00 YOU By McBride bY IT JUST SO HAPPENED by Kern Unmix the letters in the boxes to form a word. Then circle A, B or C for the cor" rect mea ning ( or definition). Score yourwl as follows: 4 Correct-Excellent 2 Correct-Fair 3 Correct-Good 1-0 Correct-Poor 1. [TR F A HOP . "rALK C. WORtRY Page 2-The Journal Opinion-July 28, 1982 Arts and OUOT00 "Criticism is the art wherewith a critic tries to guess himself into a share of L.__Emlm ent j the artist's fame." George Jean Nathan Bradford Chamber of Commerce to sponsor SUMMERFEST '82 tIRAI)FORD - The Bradford Bradford National Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring the second annual Summerfest street fair on August 21, Saturday in town. Festivities will begin at 10:00 a.m, in the rear of the ANNUAL SUMMER SALE COMMUNITY CIRCLE Sat., July 31, 10-3 Fairlee, Vt. l,unch at noon with ficmen's barbecued chicken, CRAFTS, FOOD, ANTIQUES, BOOKS. ToYs, ws/ alPa,IN Bank dance troupe performing for Parking Lot. Federal street will become a mini-mall with craftspeople showing and selling their wares, old-time player piano music, balloons, open-air food concessions and street musicians. Bradford mer- everyone, and topped off with a contra-dance to end a full day's activities I Come and see what we have to offer! A fine day you won't want to miss! If weather is a little sour-- no problem -- we'll have a huge tent for all. Bl Monroe Saturday July 31 2 pm Burke Mountain Rt. 114, E. Burke, Vt. 7 miles from 1-91, Exit 23, Lyndonuille (in case of rain--Fen,on Chester Ice Are:ha_, Lyndonville) The legenda Father of Bluegrass Music in a rare Vermon_ t appearance STARS OF THE GRAND OLE OPRY $6 Lawn $8 Reserved Chair. Tickets at the gate or * Northern Li%Itm Books St. Johnsbury Edmund's Pharmacy Lyndonville Or 1 Catamount Arts (802) 633-2603, VISA & MC. 12 discount under IS & over 60, Children 6 & under Free. chants will be sponsoring special sale items along with sidewalk displays. Many great bargains and specials to be had! Ill I Illl CRACKER BARREL BAZAAR The fun even without the sun! Hope to see you there -- remember to mark your calendar -- Saturday, August 21, 1982, 10:00 a.m. to mid- HIBAKUSHA-- Janet Langdon and Steve Friedman in Modern Times Theatre's "Hibakusha: Stories from Hiroshima" to be presented at Tracy Hall in Norwich on August 5 at 8:00 p.m. The event is being sponsored by WAND (Women Against Nuclear Development), an Upper Valley women's peace, environmental, and feminist group. As the day comes to a close, night. evening brings an old- fashioned Chicken Barbecue with all the 'fixings', a gather t J ( 'round the piano Sing-along, a COMMUNITY HEALTH SERVICES WEST FAIRLEE A Com- munity Health Services Inc., Town Nurse will be at Bean Hall on Wednesday, August 11 from 12:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. The nurse will be checking for I "" .... _--- JLhe ins and glaucoma, hypertension, and will be checking weight. PLAYHOI/St Damn Yankees ,My 27.31 Ni WlIIK A WDV fOLK OIA BEGGAR'S OPERA Augutt 3 - 7 Performances Curtain is 8=00 p.m. every Tuesdoy thrlJgh SoturdOy, july b-AuguSt 28. Dinner/Theatre Dinnor/Th,oml ixkagl plan ovaitobia at the Hotel Coolidge dinirl roem odiacem to the p#ouse. Reservations Tha Guil hes o genial admistic We suggest rlmlrvafions. (802) 295-6228. Box p.m. THEATRE FOR CHILDREN Tuda a! I I:OO a.m. All Seats $2.00 I Om Fri. & Sat, .uly 30 & 31 Arts, Crafts, Entertainment, Antiques, Church Suppers On.the-Common / Newbury. Vt, For More [nformtaion Call (802) 866-5506 ST. JOHNSBURY WELLS RIVER A   A A A A A A A A A v Old-Time Fiddlers Contest !!/ Saturday, July 31 8:00 P.M. , . III I I I/ II I  EAST RYEGATE WEST LEBANON EAST THETFORD /HITE RIVER JUNCTIOB FAIR .EE ".Said '1'6 Be One Of The Fllmst Niht Clubs In New England !" "A Popular Dance Band Playing All The Favorite Country & Country Rock Dance Music" W( )ODSVILLE LITTLETON "Elton Ovttt" From Island Pond outs of an evening out at the Inn. Please don't expect us, on these balmy summer evenings, to ply you with elegant food and drink in our formal dining room! Be prepared instead to have the plying donender the stars, on our spacious and charming outdoor terrace. Fleet-footed waiters, old favorite dishes from our outdoor grill, plus an ever-changing variety of new surprises from our chef can help make a summer evening unforgettable. Dress in whatever you find comfortable, but do come prepared to be out at the Inn. 00-lnn "%,.....,' " Hanover, NH -  643-4300 FOR YOUR DINING PLEASURE y/):. "- RESTAURANT : ,;/ fi Main Street. Serving lunch from 11:00-2:30. Mou.-Sat, Open evenings 7 days, Sun.- Thurs. 5.10. Fri. and Sat. 5. ii. Phone 802-222- 9008. 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. COUTEE'S DRIVE-IN RESTAURANT--- Rt. 5 & 25. Hours: 6-9:30 all week. 802-222- 5288. Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner-Window Take Out Service. PHIL'S RESTAURANT & CAMP- GROUND-- Rt. 5. 802-633-9394. Snacks tb complete dinners to catering family dining at moderate prices. Entertainment weekends. 00ORi5 ROBERTS; COUNT 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. TIIIRD 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-SPM, Sun.. 8:30 AM-6:30 PM. Home style cooking at home style prices ! BONNIE OAKS RESORT-- On beautiful Lake Morey. Fine lakeside dining featuring live Main lobster, fresh seafood. prime rib and continental specialties. Open for luncheon on the deck, July- August 12-1:30. Dinner nightly, 6:30 to 8:00. For reservations: 802-333-4362. Entertainment Tuesday through Sunday in the Highlander Lounge. Dancing every Friday and Saturday, July and August. Visa and Master Charge accepted. LOBSTER TUB RESTAURANT-- Rt, 18. (03-444-5719. Open Mon.-Sat. 12-2 and 5-9. Sun. 12-9. Live Maine Lobster- resh Seafood Cocktails. Reserv. & Maj. Credit Cards Accepted. CONTINENTAL 9:] MOTOR INN-- 1.93 and U.S. ;|02. 603.444-5360. iiome of North (ountry's Most Popular Buffet. all you can eat--Mou, thru Thurs. $5.95 'till 8:30. Fri. & Sat. 'till 9 P.M. (open for lunch and breakfast. ....... [ 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, Reservations suggested. LINCOLN INN RESTAURA]T-- 20 llastlngs St. Dining Room and Coffee Shop - Sugar Shack Lounge. Banquet facilities to 400. Major credit cards accepted. AIME'S RESTAURANT-- Tel. (802) 748- 3553, Junction Rt. 2 & Rt. 18. Steak-plus and Lobster-plus. Mobil Guide and AAA IAsted. WARNERS GALLERY RESTAURANT-- 2 miles west of Wells River on Rt. 302. 802- 429-2120 or 633-9394. Comfortable country dining with unique salad bar. Catering and cake decorating. ; I111' RESTAURANT [ Colonial Plaza (603)298- 'ql 7,D' 8222. Open Daily from !t:30 AM. Cocktail Lounge- I - I,uncheon Specials -- Family Dinners -- Take / Out Service. t HOWARD JOHNSON'S-- Interstates 89- 91. Open 7 days a week. Always open -- never closed for your convenience. J ust for coffee or a complete meal, salad bar. Liquor. 6 Nites entertainment. Plan your party or banquet with us. 802-295-6048. BARGE INN RESTAuRANT Hr. 302 & 10. Mon.-Thurs.. 6 AM-9:00 PM. Fri.-Sun., 6 A M - I 0: 09 P M. 603-747-339:1. CHALET SHAEFER RESTAURANT ( 'en Ira I St reet 6o3-7,17-2117 I Breakfast. lunch, dilmer with daily lwcialtii's. Upstairs bar with happy hou'r front 5-I; everyday azul weekend eu- It.rUlililltl, nt. lit[lax 'b nur ,latt'l" tonillaill a,ld liMen Io onr piano nlnsic ,.,hilt' you ,.Itl, U , iitn|t,r | mlq'lllall Enrnpean spvcialtie, llva,l,nahl pric,ql. Major ( |',dil t',lrll ;vt'el)tvd. ('loed .%ilndlVs. I DINE WITH US! Benefit concert planned in Haverhill c, HAVERHILL-- The ttaverhill Haverhill Congregational at the JuilliardSchool. Healso the Vermont Council Church on Sunday afternoon, studied with Nadia Boulanger Arts for Historical Society is, spon- soring a concert by thb "Trio di Montr', whose members are Elizabeth Clendeming, violinist, Bettina Roulier, cellist, and John Koch, pianist. The concert will be at the ORFI)RD FAST SQUAD FLEA MARKET ORFORD-- The Orford FAST Squad Flea Market will be held on Saturday and Sunday, August 7 and 8, from 9:00 to 5:00 p.m., both days. The event will take place on the common in the scenic New Hampshire village. For ad- ditional information call 603- 353-9865. RUMMAGE SALE STRAFFORD-- The Annual Rummage Sale sponsored by the United Church in Stratford will be held on Friday and Saturday, July 30 and 31 at the Parish Hall. On Friday, the sale will be held from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. On Saturday, the sale will he held from 9:00 to 12:00 a.m., and will he half- price day. The rummage Sale is being held to benefit the United Church Women. August 1, at 3:00 p.m., with contributions for the benefit of the Ladd Street School Restoration Fund. Elizabeth Clendenning is a graduate of the Curtis Institute of Music where she studied with Ivan Galamian. She went on to do graduate study at the Cleveland Institute of Music. She has been a member of the Cleveland Symphony Orchestra and has played with the Chautauqua, N,Y. Sum- mer Festival Orchestra for many years. She has been active in chamber music and solo appearances in New England and is presently concertmaster of the Vermont Symphony, the Dartmouth Symphony and the Hanover Chamber Orchestra. Bettina Roulier studied at the Juilliard Graduate School of Music, at Indiana University with Janos Starker, and in master classes under Pablo Casals. She has played with the Hartford Symphony Orchestra and formerly was Assistant Professor of Music at Castleton State College in Vermont. She has appeared frequently in chamber music and solo performances. John Koch studied piano with Mieczyslaw Munz at the Peabody Conservatory and compsotion with Peter Mennin in Paris under a Fulbright grant. He has toured in the United States and Canada as accompanist for song recitals and ensemble programs ans has received two grants from AIR CONDITIONED HELD OVER CINEMA I A UNIVERSAL PICTURE 7:00&9:15 NTINEES Sot., Sun. & Rainy Days 2:00 Directed by Stephen Spielberg HELD OVER CINEMA II .: With Butt & Dotty  thls much Pun just " . .... Idn', be legal! UNiVErSe, RKO mCTUlZ Starring Burr Reynolds, Doily Porton, Dora DeLouise, and Larry Hagman. 7:1S &9:30 MATINEES: Sat., Sun. & Rainy Days 2:00 the second of to write a s movements for Monti. The me Monti have been together since 1971 repertoire all periods of music. GRUBBY RURAL DELIVERY VEH, EVERY TIME A SHEEP GIJMPS OVER Tile .FENCE I TAKE A MOVIE! " ONE - TWO - THREE - FOUR - FIVE - SIX SEVEN By Warren NAPOLEON A BRIHT CHEERY C-3OC 1 [WHEN YLI AWAE IN TW STILL TII:ZED LISTLESS, MORNIN TOALLVOu J /MOMIN6 E:E)YOU FEEL LIKE IUN-[:ETvVN---OR,J'UST I HPP"/PEOI:=LE / / iYou'vE BEEN Dr__-ED TIqRU PLAIN V)N OUT g f- " TWITCH [  YOU DON'T KNOW ' ..-  w i.:: ::.'.c,::; ...,..f.:.:':::...:.:.: I !{r WHAT IT LIKE rm01NO I OF 'NSECT5 . .- .  !::::.:-;:.'.,.<:::.:.'.:;:::::::-.':$L.:.i  OOT...00 ,::':. !::;.';.-* ::: 2:. %::,. 00ROUN00 YOU By McBride bY IT JUST SO HAPPENED by Kern Unmix the letters in the boxes to form a word. Then circle A, B or C for the cor" rect mea ning ( or definition). Score yourwl as follows: 4 Correct-Excellent 2 Correct-Fair 3 Correct-Good 1-0 Correct-Poor 1. [TR F A HOP . "rALK C. WORtRY