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Page 2-The Journal Opinion-September 1, 1982 Arts and L Entertainment Local farmers enter Eastern States Exposition W SPRINGFIELD, MASS.-- Marly residents from the Northeast region have entered cattle in competition at the 1982 Eastern States Exposition Dairy Show scheduled at the Big E, W. Springfield, Mass. The dairy show is only one of the many livestock com- [*fitions held during the fair&apos;s 12day run Sept. 15 to 26. (tattle entered in com- petition will be judged by breed according to the following schedule: Eastern National Ayrshire Show and Eastern National Jersey Show, Monday, Sept. 20at 8:00 a.m.; Brown Swiss Show, Friday, Sept. 24 at 5:00 p.m.; Guernsey Show, Saturday, Sept. 18 at 6:00 p.m.; Holstein Classic Show, Wednesday, Sept. 15 at 9:00 a.m.; and Milking Shorthorn Show, Friday, Sept. 24 at 9:00 am. All events will be held in Mallary Arena. The Eastern States Exposition Dairy Show will also include a costume class, premier breeder and exhibitor i]I Momroe AI} "II-E RESCHEDULED CONCERT!!! featuring the world famous fiddler Kenny Baker Friday September 3, 8 p. m Fuller Hall St. Johnsbury Academy Main St. St. Johnsbury Vt rickets: Mkf)0 advance reserved 7.00 at the door $ I fd) diueount under 18 or over 60 Tickets at the door or at Northern Lights Books St. Johnsbury Tel, 748-4463 A Catamount Concert'k ..... i i i J H ii H FOR w UR DIN ",., :, :._ ¢oLA"50000, ExIT" fic: . RESTAURANT • .tL." Main Street. Serving lunch from ll:00-2:, Mon.-Sat. Open evenings 7 days, Sun.- Thurs. 5-10, Fri. and Sat. 5- I 1. Phone 802-222- 9008. Fine Italian dining in a warm candle. lit atmosphere. ST. JOHNSBURY GARDEN RESTAURANT-- Lower Plain lit. 5. Serving Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner. apd Sunda Brunch. Try out Pizza Special, Sit2-222-5202, WELLS RIVER ' J ", (OITEE S DRIVE-IN RESTAURANT-- Rt. 5 & 25. Hours: 6-9:30 all week. 802-222- 5288. Brea kfast-Lunrh-Dinner-Window Take Out Service. awards, plus a Queen of the Milky-Weigh Contest in which the cow that produces the most milk of her breed during the 36-hour period of the show is the winner. Entries of local interest include: Russell D., Scott D. and Steven R. Carson, Bark- dale Farms Inc., Newlydry, Vt., eight Ayrshires; and Diane Burgess, Burgess Farm, Bradford, Vt., four Guernseys. Entries of local interest include: Robert Stoddard, Blackmount Farm, N. Haverhill, N.H., six Holsteins. INTERESTING FACT Egyptian women during the 3000's B.C. wore wigs. Campai.00n chairman named for local Life Bike-A- Thon NEWBURY-- Ms. Shirley admitted by physician Titus has been named referral, and if their disease is chairman of the 1982 Wheels understudy. For Life Bike-A-Then in The institution's basic and Newbury to benefit St. Judge clinical research findings are Children's Research Hospital. openly shared with other Titus has agreed to organize physicians a bike ride which will support scientists St. Jude's vital role in helping world in leading national and children afflicted with international scientific leukemia, Hodgkin's disease journals and symposiums. and other forms of cancer, The Bike-A-TJ)on is infantile malnutrition, and scheduled for Sept. 2,5. other catastrophic childhood Anyone interested in helping diseases, with the event or making a Located in Memphis, donation to St. Jude Children's Tennessee, St. Jude Children's Research llpital is asked tit Research Hospital was contact Ms. Titus at 802-757- founded by entertainer, 2518 (home) after 5:00 p.m. Danny Thomas, in 1962 and is today the world's largest childhood cancer, research QUOTE center. It is non-sectarian, "Man's feet are his interracial and completely destiny. They lead him to free of charge to patients where he is wanted." tta ma AIR CONDITIONED HELD OVER CINEMA I A UNIVERSAL PICTURE 7:15&9:15 MATINEES EA;T RYEGATE PlllL'S RESTAURANT & CAMP- t;ROUNI)-- Rt. 5. 8024133-9394. Snacks to complete dinners to catering family dining at moderate prices. Entertainment 'eekends. WEST LEBANON EAST THETFORD ROBEHTS' COUNTRY COOKING Rt. 5. Mon.-Sat., t; AM-8 PM. Sun,, 8:30 AM-6:30 PM. The Familiar Roberts' Family Menu plus a take out window featuring soft- DIAMONDS • WATCHES- We Repair AC.UTRON. TIMEX and All Makes. .... HhSKELL JEWIELERS Littteton. NH 03561 t803) 444-33,51 Sat., Sun. & Rainy Days 2:00 Directed by Stephen Spielberg ClNNA-il------- HELD OVER "An Officer and a Gentleman" 7:00 & 9 : s Rated R ING PLEASURE mm III00l 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 RESTAURANT-- 20 llastings St. Dining Room and Coffee Shop - Sugar Shack Lounge. Banquet facilities to 400. Major credit cards accepted. AIME'S RESTAURANT-- Tel. (802) 748- :L553. Junction Rt. 2 & Rt. 18. Steak-plus and Lobster-plus. Mobil Guide and AAA Listed. WARNERS GALLERY RESTAURANT- 2 miles west of Wells River on Rt, 302.802- 429-2120 or 6"3-9394. Comfortable country dining with unique salad bar. Catering and cake decorating. UTE RESTAURANT Colonial Plaza (603) 298- 8222. Open Daily from 22 ::tO AM. Cocktail Lounge- l,uucheon Specials Family i)inners -- Take 1 i HOWARD JOHNSON's%-- Interstates 89- 01. 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 party or banquet with us. 802.J5-68. TIlIRI) RAIl, RESTAURANT-- Rt. 5. Serving lamch & Dinner from 5-10:30. Suuday Breakfast 20-2. Daily fresh fish peciais --relaxed atmosphere- fine food  ith :t personal touch. ROBERTS' FAIRLEE DINER Rt. 5. Mon.-Sat.. 6 AM-SPM. Sun.. 8:30 AM-0:30 I'M. llome style cooking at home style prices ! BONNIE OAKS RESORT-- On beautiful l,ake Morey. Fine lakeside dining featuring live Main lobster, fresh seafood prime rib and continental specialties. Open for luncheon on the deck, July- August 12-2:30. Dinner nightly, 6:30 to 8:00. For reservations: 802-333-4362. Entertaimnent Tuesday through Sunday in the ilighlander Lounge. Dancing every Friday and Saturday, July and August. Visa and Master Charge accepted, Bill Monroe concert resch(00'¢luled for Sept. ST. JOIINSBURY.- Bill incurred by the earlier can- Appearing with him will also Northern Monroe, the "Father of Bluegrass Music" has an- nounced phms to travel to St. Johnsbury, Vt. for a special rescheduled concert, 8:00 pro., Friday, Sept. 3, at Fuller Hall, St. Johnsbury Academy. celled date. "Bill Monroe has adjusted his fee for':the make- up date, helping us to recover some losses and to lower ticket prices." Bill Monroe is widely hailed gs the originator of the be world famous fiddler Johnsbury; Kenny Baker. Pharmacy, Tickets for the St. John- Village Bookshop, sbury show are available at or by calling (802) WOODSVILLE L00T-C£-Ti3 N LOBSTER TUB RESTAuRANT Rt. 18. 603-144-5719. ()pen Mon.-t. 12.2 and 5-9. Sun. 12-9. lave Maine Lobster - Fresh Seafood Cocktails. Reserv. & Maj. Credit lards Accepted ('ONTINENTAI, 93 MOTOR INN-- i-93 nod U.S. :|02. ti03-t14-5:, ilome of North t ountry's Most Popular Buffet. all you can eat--eden, thru Thurs. $5.95 'till S:30, Fri. & sat. "till it P.M. {open for hmch and breakfast. ) and research Monroe and his band, The throughout the Bluegrass Boys, are ap- pearing at the St. Johnsbury concert, by special arrangement, following the cancellation of a July 31 date, due to Monroe's sudden hospitalization in Nova Scotia, 36 hours before the scheduled date. Catamount Arts director Jay Craven, who contracted the Monroe dates, said the new date represents a com- mitment by Monroe to help recoup some of the substantial financial losses which were BARGE INN RESTAURANT-- lit. 302 & 112. Mon.-Thurs,. 6 AM-9:Im PM. Fri.-Sun., li AM-I0:00 PM. fi03,747-3393. CHALET SHAEFER RESTAURANT ('entral Street 1103-717-207 I Breakfa,,t. hutch, dintter vi2h dail lwciallies. t'pstairs bar ith happ3 hour Irtplli 7)-t; etel'yda  and t(keltd t'n- h'rlahllllent, llelax "by tmr .i-aler lonulaill aId lih'n I. nnr plan. lllUil' hile vm t'llllt > dillllt'l" ( ;t'l'ltl;lll I,;tlrOllea n lwcialti,', lh,a,mahh prw,'d. Major t r, dil r,ll'd',,- at't'elm'd, t'loed .",,mMa', s. "Bluegrass" sound-of banjo, fiddle, mandolin, guitar, and bass. He has been a performer  with the Nashville "Grand Ole Opry" since 1939 and is one of - only 35 Americans, including : .':: Johnny Cash, Hank Snow, o Minnie Pearl, and Chef Atkins, who has been admitted tOFame.the Country Music Hall of : Monroe's July illness resulted in a month-long rest for the 7t-year old musician. His St. Johnsbury appearance will follow a special tribute at the Missouri State Fair. 3SHOW SPECIAL \\; \\;• i Central St. Woodsville, N.H. NO BLUE JEANS NO BLUE DENIMS This Is Labor Day Weekend, So Come In To Shake And Bend, To The Music, Sights & Sound Fri., Sat. & Sun. That Get You Up To Dance Sept. 3, 4 & 5 Saturday, September 4 "Reuni With Bob Hanle00 For Reservations Call Before 7:00 p.M, (603) 747-2505 or 340 DINE WITH US! I I By Warren Sattler SEE vs., It II'0000K IhJI STARSCOPE I' i.',u: (Il'r? bvClareAnnswell  WEEK OF: SEPTEMBER 2, 1982 AQUARIUS - January 21-February 19 Acknowledgements are slow in coming; speak up at an RURAL DELIVERY KNOW ME.' J:"  v /")-; GRAMPA'S BOY LICK )/OU2 Gt?AMF'A WtTH) NAPOLEON i By AL SMITH time. Friend may be carried away with self.. r I rEEL GOI:;?.Y ]::OR " \\; "';c '':, - _,r:--' e, _. . PISCESgest that he/she_ Februaryends this 20-Marchindulgence 20 /THEMI PICKINGS ARE / If >7 - - [ -: ,,,,: Leadership role is yours this week: the key is to set a supere SCARCE THESE DAY. I! ( .  L' ...... Health worries should be investigated• This is not the time to ..... ":  .( ;L/ I I I ?',C "- :'D.:..__% __ ARIES - March 21-April 20 .,i i ,tL'" 7,L. f .-  ;)., J  I , A,//. " "" f, " "(:. Try your hand at writing fiction.. . . . you can really shine iu "o #" . H  'Lz/ Bargammg. though, ,s not a current strength. Bettertosh P .  ,: '--  l[ , . '" spots and pay retail prices.  -=3 -'T'''( J' ,'::."."/1 L-'J. ' l[-il II..'''" - ',!":]l?" TAURUS- April 21-May 22  Q/' . Reunions and reconciliations are accented this week• Love; I .R0 (l [ ] ff [J ..'/: make some unreasonable financial demands Arrange a [ .I ? o before making any sacrifices WOULD )'U LtEVE ' GRAgPA CAM ['UN FAGTeI ] By McBride and Moore by How' Rands I 7/ . / '---I (IT/UST BE- / "  t "%/= Unmix the letters in the boxes to form a word. Then circle A, B or C for the cor- rect meaning (or definition L Score yourself as follows: 4Correct-Excellent 2Correct-Fair 3Correct-Good 1-0Correct-Poor t FNIRD JUICE I ,<N C DSH 2.00RAEW tq REPT)LE B BET O STFIRE. 3. RAY A A :DO ,HOU$E  IOEFDoI C IRDCAGE TPULM % 2- '2- / PLL l RiDE C-.SHAT Transportation may pose minor headaches, so allow travel time through week Communication network is manageable. In romance, though, it's all very smooth CANCER - June 22-July 22 Do t yourself projects, such as moving, may not b headache. Travel is favorably aspected for you and highlighted are creative and literary activities• LEO - July 23,August 22 Partnership activities can bring profitable results and some benefits Time is right to toughen your stand on matter. Work rival can be crafty. VIRGO - August 23-September 22 Artistic pursuits are accented, with the emphasis on ex Agreements arranged now are binding• Glamorous hate with the humdrum during this unpredictable week LIBRA - September 23-October 22 The ham in you is peeking out, and the week dramatic and public speaking roles Spend quiet rewewmg short-term goals and outlining expectations SCORPIO - October 23-November 21 Political debates heat up quickly; be prepared to que challenger's logic Domestic conflict eases; financial by Wednesday. Friend becomes more supportive• SAGITTARIUS - November 22-December Delayed projects are reactivated -- several at one nouncements don't receive the anticipated reaction. or negative. Weekend repair jobs are highly time CAPRICORN - December 23-Janunry 20 Irs the kind of week in which everyone's opinions are a somewhat shaky relationship is stabilizing Also on tap are opportunities for buying, selling, bartering. BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK When you're in love you give your all. You're not s=onate, but self-sufficient and meticulous. Sometimes details hold you back. Opportunities to increase ly in '83, so long as you see the forest as well as the treeS. BORN THIS WEEK September 2nd, writer Cleveland Amory; 3rd, actor Alan  industrialist Henry Ford [1: 5th. actress Raquel Welch; 6tb Anne Worley; 7th, actor Peter Lawford; 8th, ado C00aawo00 ACROSS 32 Chinese 1 Evils pogodo 34 Winter 5 Denominotion " vehicte 9 Shun 35. Pronoun I1 Courageous 36. Atop 12 Soft metol 38 Gentle hit 1"3 Loose 39. Hypothetical gorment force 16 Vehicle 41 Kind of 17. Every lettuce ]9 Sun God 42. Water animal 20. Melody 44 Uncloses 21 Thot girl 46 Abound 22 Blossoms 47 Bewildered 24 Consume 26 Stupid DOWN 27 Olive genus I, Eistribute 29 Poving 2. Assumed substonce name 30 Scoffs 3. Small cafe 4. Paid notice 6. 7. 8. cm/ IO 11. 14. 15. 18. 20. 23. FrOm _a 25 Golf moor" 28 DrY, ,ard 30• BloCr,- __ 33, Moke u .... 34. Stain 'ain 37. N°-.m--=otY in ln¢=" 39. Either 40. BehOlO prioting 43. meosure 45. poreOt Page 2-The Journal Opinion-September 1, 1982 Arts and L Entertainment Local farmers enter Eastern States Exposition W SPRINGFIELD, MASS.-- Marly residents from the Northeast region have entered cattle in competition at the 1982 Eastern States Exposition Dairy Show scheduled at the Big E, W. Springfield, Mass. The dairy show is only one of the many livestock com- [*fitions held during the fair's 12day run Sept. 15 to 26. (tattle entered in com- petition will be judged by breed according to the following schedule: Eastern National Ayrshire Show and Eastern National Jersey Show, Monday, Sept. 20at 8:00 a.m.; Brown Swiss Show, Friday, Sept. 24 at 5:00 p.m.; Guernsey Show, Saturday, Sept. 18 at 6:00 p.m.; Holstein Classic Show, Wednesday, Sept. 15 at 9:00 a.m.; and Milking Shorthorn Show, Friday, Sept. 24 at 9:00 am. All events will be held in Mallary Arena. The Eastern States Exposition Dairy Show will also include a costume class, premier breeder and exhibitor i]I Momroe AI} "II-E RESCHEDULED CONCERT!!! featuring the world famous fiddler Kenny Baker Friday September 3, 8 p. m Fuller Hall St. Johnsbury Academy Main St. St. Johnsbury Vt rickets: Mkf)0 advance reserved 7.00 at the door $ I fd) diueount under 18 or over 60 Tickets at the door or at Northern Lights Books St. Johnsbury Tel, 748-4463 A Catamount Concert'k ..... i i i J H ii H FOR w UR DIN ",., :, :._ ¢oLA"50000, ExIT" fic: . RESTAURANT • .tL." Main Street. Serving lunch from ll:00-2:, Mon.-Sat. Open evenings 7 days, Sun.- Thurs. 5-10, Fri. and Sat. 5- I 1. Phone 802-222- 9008. Fine Italian dining in a warm candle. lit atmosphere. ST. JOHNSBURY GARDEN RESTAURANT-- Lower Plain lit. 5. Serving Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner. apd Sunda Brunch. Try out Pizza Special, Sit2-222-5202, WELLS RIVER ' J ", (OITEE S DRIVE-IN RESTAURANT-- Rt. 5 & 25. Hours: 6-9:30 all week. 802-222- 5288. Brea kfast-Lunrh-Dinner-Window Take Out Service. awards, plus a Queen of the Milky-Weigh Contest in which the cow that produces the most milk of her breed during the 36-hour period of the show is the winner. Entries of local interest include: Russell D., Scott D. and Steven R. Carson, Bark- dale Farms Inc., Newlydry, Vt., eight Ayrshires; and Diane Burgess, Burgess Farm, Bradford, Vt., four Guernseys. Entries of local interest include: Robert Stoddard, Blackmount Farm, N. Haverhill, N.H., six Holsteins. INTERESTING FACT Egyptian women during the 3000's B.C. wore wigs. Campai.00n chairman named for local Life Bike-A- Thon NEWBURY-- Ms. Shirley admitted by physician Titus has been named referral, and if their disease is chairman of the 1982 Wheels understudy. For Life Bike-A-Then in The institution's basic and Newbury to benefit St. Judge clinical research findings are Children's Research Hospital. openly shared with other Titus has agreed to organize physicians a bike ride which will support scientists St. Jude's vital role in helping world in leading national and children afflicted with international scientific leukemia, Hodgkin's disease journals and symposiums. and other forms of cancer, The Bike-A-TJ)on is infantile malnutrition, and scheduled for Sept. 2,5. other catastrophic childhood Anyone interested in helping diseases, with the event or making a Located in Memphis, donation to St. Jude Children's Tennessee, St. Jude Children's Research llpital is asked tit Research Hospital was contact Ms. Titus at 802-757- founded by entertainer, 2518 (home) after 5:00 p.m. Danny Thomas, in 1962 and is today the world's largest childhood cancer, research QUOTE center. It is non-sectarian, "Man's feet are his interracial and completely destiny. They lead him to free of charge to patients where he is wanted." tta ma AIR CONDITIONED HELD OVER CINEMA I A UNIVERSAL PICTURE 7:15&9:15 MATINEES EA;T RYEGATE PlllL'S RESTAURANT & CAMP- t;ROUNI)-- Rt. 5. 8024133-9394. Snacks to complete dinners to catering family dining at moderate prices. Entertainment 'eekends. WEST LEBANON EAST THETFORD ROBEHTS' COUNTRY COOKING Rt. 5. Mon.-Sat., t; AM-8 PM. Sun,, 8:30 AM-6:30 PM. The Familiar Roberts' Family Menu plus a take out window featuring soft- DIAMONDS • WATCHES- We Repair AC.UTRON. TIMEX and All Makes. .... HhSKELL JEWIELERS Littteton. NH 03561 t803) 444-33,51 Sat., Sun. & Rainy Days 2:00 Directed by Stephen Spielberg ClNNA-il------- HELD OVER "An Officer and a Gentleman" 7:00 & 9 : s Rated R ING PLEASURE mm III00l 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 RESTAURANT-- 20 llastings St. Dining Room and Coffee Shop - Sugar Shack Lounge. Banquet facilities to 400. Major credit cards accepted. AIME'S RESTAURANT-- Tel. (802) 748- :L553. Junction Rt. 2 & Rt. 18. Steak-plus and Lobster-plus. Mobil Guide and AAA Listed. WARNERS GALLERY RESTAURANT- 2 miles west of Wells River on Rt, 302.802- 429-2120 or 6"3-9394. Comfortable country dining with unique salad bar. Catering and cake decorating. UTE RESTAURANT Colonial Plaza (603) 298- 8222. Open Daily from 22 ::tO AM. Cocktail Lounge- l,uucheon Specials Family i)inners -- Take 1 i HOWARD JOHNSON's%-- Interstates 89- 01. 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 party or banquet with us. 802.J5-68. TIlIRI) RAIl, RESTAURANT-- Rt. 5. Serving lamch & Dinner from 5-10:30. Suuday Breakfast 20-2. Daily fresh fish peciais --relaxed atmosphere- fine food  ith :t personal touch. ROBERTS' FAIRLEE DINER Rt. 5. Mon.-Sat.. 6 AM-SPM. Sun.. 8:30 AM-0:30 I'M. llome style cooking at home style prices ! BONNIE OAKS RESORT-- On beautiful l,ake Morey. Fine lakeside dining featuring live Main lobster, fresh seafood prime rib and continental specialties. Open for luncheon on the deck, July- August 12-2:30. Dinner nightly, 6:30 to 8:00. For reservations: 802-333-4362. Entertaimnent Tuesday through Sunday in the ilighlander Lounge. Dancing every Friday and Saturday, July and August. Visa and Master Charge accepted, Bill Monroe concert resch(00'¢luled for Sept. ST. JOIINSBURY.- Bill incurred by the earlier can- Appearing with him will also Northern Monroe, the "Father of Bluegrass Music" has an- nounced phms to travel to St. Johnsbury, Vt. for a special rescheduled concert, 8:00 pro., Friday, Sept. 3, at Fuller Hall, St. Johnsbury Academy. celled date. "Bill Monroe has adjusted his fee for':the make- up date, helping us to recover some losses and to lower ticket prices." Bill Monroe is widely hailed gs the originator of the be world famous fiddler Johnsbury; Kenny Baker. Pharmacy, Tickets for the St. John- Village Bookshop, sbury show are available at or by calling (802) WOODSVILLE L00T-C£-Ti3 N LOBSTER TUB RESTAuRANT Rt. 18. 603-144-5719. ()pen Mon.-t. 12.2 and 5-9. Sun. 12-9. lave Maine Lobster - Fresh Seafood Cocktails. Reserv. & Maj. Credit lards Accepted ('ONTINENTAI, 93 MOTOR INN-- i-93 nod U.S. :|02. ti03-t14-5:, ilome of North t ountry's Most Popular Buffet. all you can eat--eden, thru Thurs. $5.95 'till S:30, Fri. & sat. "till it P.M. {open for hmch and breakfast. ) and research Monroe and his band, The throughout the Bluegrass Boys, are ap- pearing at the St. Johnsbury concert, by special arrangement, following the cancellation of a July 31 date, due to Monroe's sudden hospitalization in Nova Scotia, 36 hours before the scheduled date. Catamount Arts director Jay Craven, who contracted the Monroe dates, said the new date represents a com- mitment by Monroe to help recoup some of the substantial financial losses which were BARGE INN RESTAURANT-- lit. 302 & 112. Mon.-Thurs,. 6 AM-9:Im PM. Fri.-Sun., li AM-I0:00 PM. fi03,747-3393. CHALET SHAEFER RESTAURANT ('entral Street 1103-717-207 I Breakfa,,t. hutch, dintter vi2h dail lwciallies. t'pstairs bar ith happ3 hour Irtplli 7)-t; etel'yda  and t(keltd t'n- h'rlahllllent, llelax "by tmr .i-aler lonulaill aId lih'n I. nnr plan. lllUil' hile vm t'llllt > dillllt'l" ( ;t'l'ltl;lll I,;tlrOllea n lwcialti,', lh,a,mahh prw,'d. Major t r, dil r,ll'd',,- at't'elm'd, t'loed .",,mMa', s. "Bluegrass" sound-of banjo, fiddle, mandolin, guitar, and bass. He has been a performer  with the Nashville "Grand Ole Opry" since 1939 and is one of - only 35 Americans, including : .':: Johnny Cash, Hank Snow, o Minnie Pearl, and Chef Atkins, who has been admitted tOFame.the Country Music Hall of : Monroe's July illness resulted in a month-long rest for the 7t-year old musician. His St. Johnsbury appearance will follow a special tribute at the Missouri State Fair. 3SHOW SPECIAL \\; \\;• i Central St. Woodsville, N.H. NO BLUE JEANS NO BLUE DENIMS This Is Labor Day Weekend, So Come In To Shake And Bend, To The Music, Sights & Sound Fri., Sat. & Sun. That Get You Up To Dance Sept. 3, 4 & 5 Saturday, September 4 "Reuni With Bob Hanle00 For Reservations Call Before 7:00 p.M, (603) 747-2505 or 340 DINE WITH US! I I By Warren Sattler SEE vs., It II'0000K IhJI STARSCOPE I' i.',u: (Il'r? bvClareAnnswell  WEEK OF: SEPTEMBER 2, 1982 AQUARIUS - January 21-February 19 Acknowledgements are slow in coming; speak up at an RURAL DELIVERY KNOW ME.' J:"  v /")-; GRAMPA'S BOY LICK )/OU2 Gt?AMF'A WtTH) NAPOLEON i By AL SMITH time. Friend may be carried away with self.. r I rEEL GOI:;?.Y ]::OR " \\; "';c '':, - _,r:--' e, _. . PISCESgest that he/she_ Februaryends this 20-Marchindulgence 20 /THEMI PICKINGS ARE / If >7 - - [ -: ,,,,: Leadership role is yours this week: the key is to set a supere SCARCE THESE DAY. I! ( .  L' ...... Health worries should be investigated• This is not the time to ..... ":  .( ;L/ I I I ?',C "- :'D.:..__% __ ARIES - March 21-April 20 .,i i ,tL'" 7,L. f .-  ;)., J  I , A,//. " "" f, " "(:. Try your hand at writing fiction.. . . . you can really shine iu "o #" . H  'Lz/ Bargammg. though, ,s not a current strength. Bettertosh P .  ,: '--  l[ , . '" spots and pay retail prices.  -=3 -'T'''( J' ,'::."."/1 L-'J. ' l[-il II..'''" - ',!":]l?" TAURUS- April 21-May 22  Q/' . Reunions and reconciliations are accented this week• Love; I .R0 (l [ ] ff [J ..'/: make some unreasonable financial demands Arrange a [ .I ? o before making any sacrifices WOULD )'U LtEVE ' GRAgPA CAM ['UN FAGTeI ] By McBride and Moore by How' Rands I 7/ . / '---I (IT/UST BE- / "  t "%/= Unmix the letters in the boxes to form a word. Then circle A, B or C for the cor- rect meaning (or definition L Score yourself as follows: 4Correct-Excellent 2Correct-Fair 3Correct-Good 1-0Correct-Poor t FNIRD JUICE I ,<N C DSH 2.00RAEW tq REPT)LE B BET O STFIRE. 3. RAY A A :DO ,HOU$E  IOEFDoI C IRDCAGE TPULM % 2- '2- / PLL l RiDE C-.SHAT Transportation may pose minor headaches, so allow travel time through week Communication network is manageable. In romance, though, it's all very smooth CANCER - June 22-July 22 Do t yourself projects, such as moving, may not b headache. Travel is favorably aspected for you and highlighted are creative and literary activities• LEO - July 23,August 22 Partnership activities can bring profitable results and some benefits Time is right to toughen your stand on matter. Work rival can be crafty. VIRGO - August 23-September 22 Artistic pursuits are accented, with the emphasis on ex Agreements arranged now are binding• Glamorous hate with the humdrum during this unpredictable week LIBRA - September 23-October 22 The ham in you is peeking out, and the week dramatic and public speaking roles Spend quiet rewewmg short-term goals and outlining expectations SCORPIO - October 23-November 21 Political debates heat up quickly; be prepared to que challenger's logic Domestic conflict eases; financial by Wednesday. Friend becomes more supportive• SAGITTARIUS - November 22-December Delayed projects are reactivated -- several at one nouncements don't receive the anticipated reaction. or negative. Weekend repair jobs are highly time CAPRICORN - December 23-Janunry 20 Irs the kind of week in which everyone's opinions are a somewhat shaky relationship is stabilizing Also on tap are opportunities for buying, selling, bartering. BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK When you're in love you give your all. You're not s=onate, but self-sufficient and meticulous. Sometimes details hold you back. Opportunities to increase ly in '83, so long as you see the forest as well as the treeS. BORN THIS WEEK September 2nd, writer Cleveland Amory; 3rd, actor Alan  industrialist Henry Ford [1: 5th. actress Raquel Welch; 6tb Anne Worley; 7th, actor Peter Lawford; 8th, ado C00aawo00 ACROSS 32 Chinese 1 Evils pogodo 34 Winter 5 Denominotion " vehicte 9 Shun 35. Pronoun I1 Courageous 36. Atop 12 Soft metol 38 Gentle hit 1"3 Loose 39. Hypothetical gorment force 16 Vehicle 41 Kind of 17. Every lettuce ]9 Sun God 42. Water animal 20. 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