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Page 2-The Journal Opinion-September 23, 1981 I Arts and Entertainment ,,, 1 SurvivaP christian mm to be shown in N. Haverhill N. HAVERHILL--Survival, a twelve-year-old new color film, will be shown at Trinity Church of the Nazarene, Horsemeadow Rd., N. Haverhill on Sunday, Sept. 27at 7:00 p.m. Survival has been produced and is being released by Mark IV Pictures, Inc., of Des Moines, Iowa. This company specializes in making featm-e- length Christian films. Their two previous productions are Blood on the Mountain and A Thief in the Night Their third picture, Sur- vival, was filmed in the Coconino National Forest in Arizona. It is the story of two menacing situations which engulf the Ryan family Their small aircraft makes an emergency landing in the high desert country Physical. survival becomes their primary concern In an effort to get help, II III IIIII HI I Mike Ryan takes his "survival manual" and sets out alone across the beautiful, but potentially dangerous, Arizona coun- tryside. The perils of the desert -- hunger, heat, rat- tlesnakes -- oppose his efforts and threaten his very life. A wounded cougar also picks up his trail Everyone involved in this life-changing, desert saga has the same goal . . . Sur- vival! This film viewing is free and open to the public. A free will offering will be received to defray expenses. JUNCTION PLAYHOUSE WHITE RIVER JCT-- "Same Time Next Year," a romantic comedy with Robert Troperzer and Carrie Lund will be playing at the Junction Playhouse, Wednesday through Saturday from Sept. 25 to Oct. 17. As the too short summer gives way to fall, And cool and wet weather begins to pall, We may not be able to bring back the sun, Get set .for the Lion&apos;s Club Fair FAIRLEE--Ten major tides, each other pulling over three two nights of entertainment, the Fall Championship 4- Wheel Drive Pull, water polo matches, and a $1500 cash purse Demolition Derby will highlight the second annual Bradford-Thefford Lions Club Fair The three day event beginning at 3:00 p.m., Friday, Oct. 2 at Gray's Field, Route 5 in Fairlee, will also feature, on Saturday and Sunday, a Flea Market and tons of weight Tabbed the Fall Championship, one of the largest fields of the year is expected. Entertainment will be provided for the evening Sunday, the Flea Market and Arts and Q['afts Sale start at 10:00 a.m with the midway and rides opening at noon All local Fire Departments will participate in the Water Polo matches scheduled for 1:00 p.m. Teams from the Upper Arts and Crafts exhibit and Valley are sale. ticipate. Gates will open at 3:00 p.m. on Friday and LMC Enter- prises will operate ten major rides along with over 225 feet of popular concessions for the entire family. Local organizations will be in evidence with the Thefford Fish and Game Club, the Connecticut Valley Jaycees and other local clubs with booths all three days. All proceeds will go back into the local community from these clubs. Friday evening, the Odell Walker Band will put on two lively concerts, from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. and 10:00 p.m. to midnight. One of the more popular bands in the area, Odell Walker promises to put on a good show for young and invited to par- Highlighting Sunday's activities will be a multi-heat Demolition Derby. This event will be locally run with a total cash purse of $1500.00 guaranteed payoff to the winners. If early interest is any indication, over 50 cars should enter the oval in quest of the first place honors Local business will be exhibiting their wares all three days. Admission is $1.00 for adults, under 13 admitted free. There will be no parking charge For more information on the Fair, contact Mickey Polli at 222-5758 or Vidian Roe at 222- 5251. Married women sought for Mrs. America smm finals The Mrs. America Pageant has announced that the state finals for the tri-state region of Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont have been scheduled for the weekend of Nov. 21 and 22. The pageant will be hosted by one regionalized location; however, the judging for each state will be done on an in- dividual basis. Contestants must be married, at least 18 years of age (there is no maximum age), a United States citizen and a resident of their state for a minimum of six months prior to the pageant date. Contestants will be judged As Mrs Piern2ont woman received enters cohere in the following categories: Karabelas Furs--NY, a new Beauty of face and figure in automobile, wardrobe, evening gown and swimwear jewelry, White-Westinghouse and poise and personality, kitchen equipment, a year of There is no talent competition, travel, personal appearances Winners of the Maine, New and a cash prize. Hampshire and Vermont Now in its sixth year, the pageants will receive a cash Mrs. America Pageant was award, crown, sash, trophy created to recognize the one and an all expense paid trip to person most discriminated Las Vegas Nev. for an entire against in all major beauty week: April 30th through May competitions ; America's 8th, 1982. The winners will married woman. It is the only stay at the Las Vegas Hilton national contest exclusively and have the opportunity to devoted to our country's 52 capture the crown of Mrs. million wives, and seeks to America 1982. The reigning reflect the views, aspirations Mrs. America is Paddy Boyd and versatility of today's of Baton Rouge, Louisiana. contemporary Americanwife. She and her husband Ashley Any one wishing more in- have been married for 14 formation and applications years and have two children, should write to: Mrs. America America she has Pageant; New England State a mink coat by Finals; 94 Nichols Street; The Dragon Atlantic Slayer City Lewiston, Me., 04240; or phone 933-4282 (207) 784-9446 days and (207) weekends PIERMONT--Miss Deborah Ann Barnes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Erva M. Barnes of Piermont, has entered Bay Path Junior College in Longmeadow as a member of the Class of 1983 A graduate of Orford High School, she is enrolled in Bay Path's Fashion Mer- chandising & Retail Management Program leading to an Associate in Science degree Back By Popular Red ') Saturday, Sept. Comfort" MAKE YOUR RESERVATION No Guarantee On Specific Seating Call (603) 747-2505 or 74 Warren Sattler But we sure can help with a trip that's fun! old alike. Rides and con- CesSiOns will be open until ,T D.j- mS /...__ ,  , midnight. _ . ,,  r,v= u4.*.M.j_ .... Saturday's activities start oP W, xu...  _'"--"--"h.. [' r ]''&'r,e /l  out at I0:00 a.m with the .,t6E....I_F f" '-T T---- / f,., t/.---.,, I "" ........ i " .....  opening of the Arts and Crafts t,lU LET [ ,\\;   /. } x',.j , , , Fair and Flea Market. This sco..<on=drrav00lc, .,,, be o00eo to the public to  11A, k  '   bY C|@r@tlllStl .......... .,.- . participate as well as browse, AN.  ." ::   ,tlJ]( --'--== I (,3 1"[ k) U IE MAIN T. and should be a crowd pleaser. ,, " ,'- J {,-,,{fill I eeTeM e  --n--.  . j ...... , Many local exhibitors have    / -- ,W I , .... tbM7..] '{ -| 70 signed up already The _._. :  / ILL {Ill I .... midway and concessions also _   ,...,  l   OF: S .. O." 2..O NOW|CH VY. open at 1000 a m on Satur-  .... ='I ' " , day, closing at midnight" RURAL DELIVERY .-.--- -----. BLA/SmIth AQUARIUS - Janutw 21-Febnu 19 You're  at com up with monymn9 ida, i ' ""'" At2:00p.monSaturdaythe v-ve.,t 7"u=l / }1 I.U='N (gl= Jm ,r, te.,.e aspormor, ludiswtthyou. Socially, anenJoyab I1 Connecticut Valley Pullers I a;-'-' =%==   (,.;55-.',g"'"r=v I -..=1 ..__'='Y_'  p== pod e .,' $ of the year. This will include ] LZE73---L.,WIW cK{./l}}   I ..=' '' ' u ' '"' ' '== :_., I .  '%.?. /  . Will, ill cruces - eeb,u,me =O-Mach =0 @ .'qt'L_ tp the open Dune Buggy Class I --'T'JJr-.=LLJ J!.{l-i I  _ f-- I{{{',?,l Serlesofdead]lnesleave=youlxhausted, butabO Uom from a VIP. thoroughly refreshes you p,00s 00ear,00 every, 1, t I /  1/ imaginable vehicle against J-.- il ARIES - Mmrd 91.Apdl 20  Draw on people with expertise rather than on no IIii"i J ', Benefit  ,j{Jlli{ ,  wi(Ii  (IIJ{ thai Juzn"tbe the belt part {the tfll--t{" plans. {n.lved ff  f--way TAURUS - Apdi 21-May 22 concert I ff00l00J00ll/00{ Thursday-Saturday emphasize business negotlafl in Norwich [ moretingsWdtendcanbelivelksttthemnth'Stdfiction than fact NORWICH--A benefit concert " " ' Bo ..... GEMINI -- May 23-June 21 . Fir .. . _, ofseleettonsfromthemtmig  traml "s Do H HrmtlAndermm Don't commit yourxi( to long-term contracts wit _ . ' Bach, Messiaen, Barberl | ll PAU M^tYG M"  ] [ lOAf---"--'l Mdelvice. Work cuts into sodal actMfles D{ffern II I {MllIllll#Jlll.#l Schubert and Paulenc will he [_t.._. . ' ._.'/"--J II  "I,7_":LL_ I can be mended now l{ ti/ ll[,=flJ lgiTmllJdl presented by fonr of tbe area's ['7 "IAY. A ffATH t! X- I I /. @f,.,Wl= I'---- ._... /r,. _%-- I CaNCEa- aune4ut III \\; { - " well-known musicians Sun- {  l..-.... ] j  w/ .w  ] .  if J- | Good week for organizing personal plans and 9 { IW{  [ =  . , day. Sept. 27, 4 p.m., at the {  { f .- I I \\; g !  I t' "{ ,   I I dflht  at the right times now Supervisors { I{ ,,{ll ll  h?XJ " Norwich Congregational I f"[! ,.-.V,! I I #,e0 \\;f I I / Y ! I I I 9ou can t let that affect performance II .... 5Ny- .... I ' '  - Church I \\; \\;x , t,.3  I I v  Z I I  .   I I l The musicians are Gall [ f' , . i I 1, / I I /I X ,--" " I  l ./HG-% I I , ,,_ I LeO - Ju A.W Jennings organ; Katharine I ..,r/'ll I I  " " \\; ' ,  .. '4.Yh _" I.._. I blisunddandlr or mistakes, eqecta]ly lnvolv II IM ettlil'U ttl IlMe rat ! e M V DeBoer, soprano; Beverly I /"  I I /I / X /,/2 ;- ' m::5:W' I accent the flrst halt of this pertod You and pertner rl Gaylord, piano; and Janice I ,"-JW[:/ I I /.,d .J/h.r,K I Ingstandln9 family matter. Schupak, piano.  [/# Lta' ( ,, / I VIRC Auguet 23*Septmmber 22 STAY WITH YOUR FRIENDLY HOST oceeds of the concert -- a o_,,o, ' f.,4.J ' ' " Friday-Sunday accent hmtin9 with a novel touch $250 donation is suggested -- / - - - - .. ..... o ....... o-ttm-moment costume party? Monday-Wedr u . O By MeBdde and Moore and may Include a lecture or two CLEAR VIEW w,,, benefit Hospice of the NAP L]FN Upper Valley, the volunteer ': I1"" .e,,-..,., _ '1 I w . i I  I UB]t -- September 23-October 22 . organization that makes it . ,..r--, .......... . MOTOR C01IRT possible for family, friends I I , I This is r week when Yu prefer nt t play th =" ... . .--. "..''. ""'''-- __ and neighbors to work hand, 'wrrhwt.O.---At, rrYeLMMI l 4  _ I -. I commun{catlon is most effectNetool; makesut{ Just 15 minutes to me famous aratoga Track  in-hand with health care L----, '1 ,|  c'-" ( { '/.'t '[ { -' [ comidalnts am understood to tha letter. SCORPIO - Octol l-Nmlm, tl = midway between Saratoga Springs and Lake prof .e.ssio.nals to ease. the  / .;,,-1   ." I IIEJ. t=- )1 1 - -- I A sptendid week for puzzle solvers. You have a n Geor-e the CLEAR VIEW .... " ..... emouonai crisis ox umess, f'f.-"jr'Tt I I __ "v,/fRI 1N --/_-'-- i I I  [_ I .o K , " MU'tUR UUUtt.l.  tragedy and death 'Ol'(/'|| I /_-'''NII ./ I I' _ I '*  ,m, M t ,n --," ouers spacious, beautifully furnished units in- w  '--%\\; "V ' 1 l--J[', tP') I ,l]lill-?, i i,, jill rommtlndbmatters. cluding kitchen units with a heated pool, color = " \\; / I E/- l  I I  - L,I[I ASAGrJrT[UUSquiet period that ends-- Novembmon an upbeat2'[]le'anote, with th ... TV Restaurant, lounge and shopping con- --. Litdeton man L, / \\; _ - = i " ,fMll =h)Hom=con.eos,mprovesm,nt.Rr= " _ veniently adjacent for your every pleasure _ "    ii,i{ /'-'-- ] F 7-  'I 9oawavbythem=lves. Jct. R.g&3Z--SilrlltogBRd. basic wai.ix l - /{!i{{{l{-'V{ --=-==-----= - I :-::= [m.,,, I IfEarlypartfweekisdeceptlve'andltseasytnumbers are Involved Weekend experience i 1 Phone:518-.9Sl 1 LITTLETON--PeSr L TWITCH by How' Rands andflnancdon'talaysmlx Corey, son of Joyce A. Corey [ ,., l l@ , _ _ "' fCOAE ON  C.V5... DON'T " I BIRTHDAY ml$  oK ;!" g '" ' ' " '' -' l@ ' of 19 Chiswick Ave., Littleton {  {  __ WANT'rO &O WHERE THE WILD ) I You love peopte -- ag kinds of them ln fact -- and and Allen J Corey of Lyme [ .. [ | --  -- \\; C_=OOEE COES / / { is on variety and sodabty. Intellectually  OVER IOOOFRIENIHIPINNS ,, nas completed training in I/ONI -" I ]VONK!---ai ' amm'f ------''/.I complishmentbysprlng. Just try to proceed with ' ."" --   _ -.-J*.m.= ' IN' I RIS ['6=- fundamental mlhtary skills at [  dll ] I  = {lll.   I than usual 1  ........ [{ {[[i {{ the Army ROTC basic camp at  ........ . ] i w,lll { ' I BORN THIS WEEX Fort Knox, Ky  ,  --  -- ,- Wedte; 26th actr Julke London; 27th, _ "1 I [] [[ to give junior college _/:- [ W{{llIW, ------==- '-LE--.-_,. //j2._ I son; 28th, ,nr Ollv Newton-John; 29th, ,-e| J L   =="--'-l graduates and college . ----=-=---- ) I l[_. "" | 30th,.ngJohnnyMath. / " - sophomores who have not ONK / { Ji w'w-  ,._._ , _1 | taken ROTC courses the ' --, I I"=m  __og.. I ;" SO, J:I! chance to enter the program  l {=li -- ....... /1 tr.()] The camp also qualifies high .... school graduates for the  ge,ta ROTC program at any of the IT JUST SO HAPPENED b Kern JW'D;F"'. nations six military junior , Y flb' 6.1" Sign of ZodioClntends 35. Digraph l|  -'" l-- ................ I1 colleges.  ,4,,' !:%.,%vJ l o, tes I ll. Protection 37. Seporote t 't,ffi ,.,,, , i:......:.:: :!!:.:::.:-..'.;?. ," . . lm .w.,eF ..... II During the encampment, fT T: ll|  Unmigthelettersintheboxesf0rm a  from loss 39. Stoppyperm |./t.l rli_ '' II auLaKe,w, utantu ll cadets received training in ff.\\; T'- [Ii.][ _ word.Theacirem.k,B.o,rzormecor-  14. Bone 41. Wand li.'. q.! r. ii  rect meaning for aeflniuon) 15. Toiletry case 43. India 1m.._ basic nfie marksmanship, , .... .::j.:;. military drill and ceremonies,  { [] ' c-.t.Excellent 2 Correct-Falr  16. Medicinal peasant  tt'#' ge . ":::!:" .. :: Score yourself as follows" lant 45 High cord -"qO li:;,L ---{I communications and in- :=='/ IF!{I  - 3Corre"'et-Good 1-0Correct-Poor -- ,7. hestbone 46. wW:i; " {.t ?t,? . , :.::$. "z "xp 1 '''' "---'---'------'"-'-'rjl dwzdual and small umt tac- "-._-- I1 . 1 . I= I=,l 19. Remain . " g'e /M"wq  :::':' l tiCS. . . . ,.,..., o,,, I[,l {I'IA|! lUl__ 2,. Compass 50. Negative |:'*'tl point prefix ll li " tore), plans to enter the O,r/ggr I|_:.%'-Jll I I I I/ 22. Require 51. Much . b,[]f Ort _ _ ROTC program at Nor- t4//tgOTR//lT *ll I I J [___J 24. Winter vehicle 54.Snores rg')WN '(Jl, '  theastern University, Boston. CT /'"v',,''m'eA'P m=-, e. IP';--,-';;;[(l!ii:" I11 CLUE.A SORH.Looney Ttmes" .a HAPPY C. CRAZY 27.26 suffixCmporativeRidge of rock 55. Sugary 2.u' U OK ,ru--" Pinker"" J" " q.i '   . _ _,,11.  _ ._._.%,,,,,1,.-  "g,. ' z. IEIY I J ITI_ ,29 HollowSlendergross 3.4. WithinPoint of IO. 5. Places COLAIIHA F00ll Wg?00 IIII [__.J 33 Guide compass I T O E I' 1"7-- -T'I" --]-_ _ / f$1 gp- P I 1 / o--., CLUE, Keep ava from others $; F .,,,,,e, I -_ __ ___ _I ,._ .,., ,-,o . ,-,.,=. -,,., :,--,/ r I I I .J__L... Page 2-The Journal Opinion-September 23, 1981 I Arts and Entertainment ,,, 1 SurvivaP christian mm to be shown in N. Haverhill N. HAVERHILL--Survival, a twelve-year-old new color film, will be shown at Trinity Church of the Nazarene, Horsemeadow Rd., N. Haverhill on Sunday, Sept. 27at 7:00 p.m. Survival has been produced and is being released by Mark IV Pictures, Inc., of Des Moines, Iowa. This company specializes in making featm-e- length Christian films. Their two previous productions are Blood on the Mountain and A Thief in the Night Their third picture, Sur- vival, was filmed in the Coconino National Forest in Arizona. It is the story of two menacing situations which engulf the Ryan family Their small aircraft makes an emergency landing in the high desert country Physical. survival becomes their primary concern In an effort to get help, II III IIIII HI I Mike Ryan takes his "survival manual" and sets out alone across the beautiful, but potentially dangerous, Arizona coun- tryside. The perils of the desert -- hunger, heat, rat- tlesnakes -- oppose his efforts and threaten his very life. A wounded cougar also picks up his trail Everyone involved in this life-changing, desert saga has the same goal . . . Sur- vival! This film viewing is free and open to the public. A free will offering will be received to defray expenses. JUNCTION PLAYHOUSE WHITE RIVER JCT-- "Same Time Next Year," a romantic comedy with Robert Troperzer and Carrie Lund will be playing at the Junction Playhouse, Wednesday through Saturday from Sept. 25 to Oct. 17. As the too short summer gives way to fall, And cool and wet weather begins to pall, We may not be able to bring back the sun, Get set .for the Lion's Club Fair FAIRLEE--Ten major tides, each other pulling over three two nights of entertainment, the Fall Championship 4- Wheel Drive Pull, water polo matches, and a $1500 cash purse Demolition Derby will highlight the second annual Bradford-Thefford Lions Club Fair The three day event beginning at 3:00 p.m., Friday, Oct. 2 at Gray's Field, Route 5 in Fairlee, will also feature, on Saturday and Sunday, a Flea Market and tons of weight Tabbed the Fall Championship, one of the largest fields of the year is expected. Entertainment will be provided for the evening Sunday, the Flea Market and Arts and Q['afts Sale start at 10:00 a.m with the midway and rides opening at noon All local Fire Departments will participate in the Water Polo matches scheduled for 1:00 p.m. Teams from the Upper Arts and Crafts exhibit and Valley are sale. ticipate. Gates will open at 3:00 p.m. on Friday and LMC Enter- prises will operate ten major rides along with over 225 feet of popular concessions for the entire family. Local organizations will be in evidence with the Thefford Fish and Game Club, the Connecticut Valley Jaycees and other local clubs with booths all three days. All proceeds will go back into the local community from these clubs. Friday evening, the Odell Walker Band will put on two lively concerts, from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. and 10:00 p.m. to midnight. One of the more popular bands in the area, Odell Walker promises to put on a good show for young and invited to par- Highlighting Sunday's activities will be a multi-heat Demolition Derby. This event will be locally run with a total cash purse of $1500.00 guaranteed payoff to the winners. If early interest is any indication, over 50 cars should enter the oval in quest of the first place honors Local business will be exhibiting their wares all three days. Admission is $1.00 for adults, under 13 admitted free. There will be no parking charge For more information on the Fair, contact Mickey Polli at 222-5758 or Vidian Roe at 222- 5251. Married women sought for Mrs. America smm finals The Mrs. America Pageant has announced that the state finals for the tri-state region of Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont have been scheduled for the weekend of Nov. 21 and 22. The pageant will be hosted by one regionalized location; however, the judging for each state will be done on an in- dividual basis. Contestants must be married, at least 18 years of age (there is no maximum age), a United States citizen and a resident of their state for a minimum of six months prior to the pageant date. Contestants will be judged As Mrs Piern2ont woman received enters cohere in the following categories: Karabelas Furs--NY, a new Beauty of face and figure in automobile, wardrobe, evening gown and swimwear jewelry, White-Westinghouse and poise and personality, kitchen equipment, a year of There is no talent competition, travel, personal appearances Winners of the Maine, New and a cash prize. Hampshire and Vermont Now in its sixth year, the pageants will receive a cash Mrs. America Pageant was award, crown, sash, trophy created to recognize the one and an all expense paid trip to person most discriminated Las Vegas Nev. for an entire against in all major beauty week: April 30th through May competitions ; America's 8th, 1982. The winners will married woman. It is the only stay at the Las Vegas Hilton national contest exclusively and have the opportunity to devoted to our country's 52 capture the crown of Mrs. million wives, and seeks to America 1982. The reigning reflect the views, aspirations Mrs. America is Paddy Boyd and versatility of today's of Baton Rouge, Louisiana. contemporary Americanwife. She and her husband Ashley Any one wishing more in- have been married for 14 formation and applications years and have two children, should write to: Mrs. America America she has Pageant; New England State a mink coat by Finals; 94 Nichols Street; The Dragon Atlantic Slayer City Lewiston, Me., 04240; or phone 933-4282 (207) 784-9446 days and (207) weekends PIERMONT--Miss Deborah Ann Barnes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Erva M. Barnes of Piermont, has entered Bay Path Junior College in Longmeadow as a member of the Class of 1983 A graduate of Orford High School, she is enrolled in Bay Path's Fashion Mer- chandising & Retail Management Program leading to an Associate in Science degree Back By Popular Red ') Saturday, Sept. Comfort" MAKE YOUR RESERVATION No Guarantee On Specific Seating Call (603) 747-2505 or 74 Warren Sattler But we sure can help with a trip that's fun! old alike. Rides and con- CesSiOns will be open until ,T D.j- mS /...__ ,  , midnight. _ . ,,  r,v= u4.*.M.j_ .... Saturday's activities start oP W, xu...  _'"--"--"h.. [' r ]''&'r,e /l  out at I0:00 a.m with the .,t6E....I_F f" '-T T---- / f,., t/.---.,, I "" ........ i " .....  opening of the Arts and Crafts t,lU LET [ ,\\;   /. } x',.j , , , Fair and Flea Market. This sco..<on=drrav00lc, .,,, be o00eo to the public to  11A, k  '   bY C|@r@tlllStl .......... .,.- . participate as well as browse, AN.  ." ::   ,tlJ]( --'--== I (,3 1"[ k) U IE MAIN T. and should be a crowd pleaser. ,, " ,'- J {,-,,{fill I eeTeM e  --n--.  . j ...... , Many local exhibitors have    / -- ,W I , .... tbM7..] '{ -| 70 signed up already The _._. :  / ILL {Ill I .... midway and concessions also _   ,...,  l   OF: S .. O." 2..O NOW|CH VY. open at 1000 a m on Satur-  .... ='I ' " , day, closing at midnight" RURAL DELIVERY .-.--- -----. BLA/SmIth AQUARIUS - Janutw 21-Febnu 19 You're  at com up with monymn9 ida, i ' ""'" At2:00p.monSaturdaythe v-ve.,t 7"u=l / }1 I.U='N (gl= Jm ,r, te.,.e aspormor, ludiswtthyou. Socially, anenJoyab I1 Connecticut Valley Pullers I a;-'-' =%==   (,.;55-.',g"'"r=v I -..=1 ..__'='Y_'  p== pod e .,' $ of the year. This will include ] LZE73---L.,WIW cK{./l}}   I ..=' '' ' u ' '"' ' '== :_., I .  '%.?. /  . Will, ill cruces - eeb,u,me =O-Mach =0 @ .'qt'L_ tp the open Dune Buggy Class I --'T'JJr-.=LLJ J!.{l-i I  _ f-- I{{{',?,l Serlesofdead]lnesleave=youlxhausted, butabO Uom from a VIP. thoroughly refreshes you p,00s 00ear,00 every, 1, t I /  1/ imaginable vehicle against J-.- il ARIES - Mmrd 91.Apdl 20  Draw on people with expertise rather than on no IIii"i J ', Benefit  ,j{Jlli{ ,  wi(Ii  (IIJ{ thai Juzn"tbe the belt part {the tfll--t{" plans. {n.lved ff  f--way TAURUS - Apdi 21-May 22 concert I ff00l00J00ll/00{ Thursday-Saturday emphasize business negotlafl in Norwich [ moretingsWdtendcanbelivelksttthemnth'Stdfiction than fact NORWICH--A benefit concert " " ' Bo ..... GEMINI -- May 23-June 21 . Fir .. . _, ofseleettonsfromthemtmig  traml "s Do H HrmtlAndermm Don't commit yourxi( to long-term contracts wit _ . ' Bach, Messiaen, Barberl | ll PAU M^tYG M"  ] [ lOAf---"--'l Mdelvice. Work cuts into sodal actMfles D{ffern II I {MllIllll#Jlll.#l Schubert and Paulenc will he [_t.._. . ' ._.'/"--J II  "I,7_":LL_ I can be mended now l{ ti/ ll[,=flJ lgiTmllJdl presented by fonr of tbe area's ['7 "IAY. A ffATH t! X- I I /. @f,.,Wl= I'---- ._... /r,. _%-- I CaNCEa- aune4ut III \\; { - " well-known musicians Sun- {  l..-.... ] j  w/ .w  ] .  if J- | Good week for organizing personal plans and 9 { IW{  [ =  . , day. Sept. 27, 4 p.m., at the {  { f .- I I \\; g !  I t' "{ ,   I I dflht  at the right times now Supervisors { I{ ,,{ll ll  h?XJ " Norwich Congregational I f"[! ,.-.V,! I I #,e0 \\;f I I / Y ! I I I 9ou can t let that affect performance II .... 5Ny- .... I ' '  - Church I \\; \\;x , t,.3  I I v  Z I I  .   I I l The musicians are Gall [ f' , . i I 1, / I I /I X ,--" " I  l ./HG-% I I , ,,_ I LeO - Ju A.W Jennings organ; Katharine I ..,r/'ll I I  " " \\; ' ,  .. '4.Yh _" I.._. I blisunddandlr or mistakes, eqecta]ly lnvolv II IM ettlil'U ttl IlMe rat ! e M V DeBoer, soprano; Beverly I /"  I I /I / X /,/2 ;- ' m::5:W' I accent the flrst halt of this pertod You and pertner rl Gaylord, piano; and Janice I ,"-JW[:/ I I /.,d .J/h.r,K I Ingstandln9 family matter. Schupak, piano.  [/# Lta' ( ,, / I VIRC Auguet 23*Septmmber 22 STAY WITH YOUR FRIENDLY HOST oceeds of the concert -- a o_,,o, ' f.,4.J ' ' " Friday-Sunday accent hmtin9 with a novel touch $250 donation is suggested -- / - - - - .. ..... o ....... o-ttm-moment costume party? Monday-Wedr u . O By MeBdde and Moore and may Include a lecture or two CLEAR VIEW w,,, benefit Hospice of the NAP L]FN Upper Valley, the volunteer ': I1"" .e,,-..,., _ '1 I w . i I  I UB]t -- September 23-October 22 . organization that makes it . ,..r--, .......... . MOTOR C01IRT possible for family, friends I I , I This is r week when Yu prefer nt t play th =" ... . .--. "..''. ""'''-- __ and neighbors to work hand, 'wrrhwt.O.---At, rrYeLMMI l 4  _ I -. I commun{catlon is most effectNetool; makesut{ Just 15 minutes to me famous aratoga Track  in-hand with health care L----, '1 ,|  c'-" ( { '/.'t '[ { -' [ comidalnts am understood to tha letter. SCORPIO - Octol l-Nmlm, tl = midway between Saratoga Springs and Lake prof .e.ssio.nals to ease. the  / .;,,-1   ." I IIEJ. t=- )1 1 - -- I A sptendid week for puzzle solvers. You have a n Geor-e the CLEAR VIEW .... " ..... emouonai crisis ox umess, f'f.-"jr'Tt I I __ "v,/fRI 1N --/_-'-- i I I  [_ I .o K , " MU'tUR UUUtt.l.  tragedy and death 'Ol'(/'|| I /_-'''NII ./ I I' _ I '*  ,m, M t ,n --," ouers spacious, beautifully furnished units in- w  '--%\\; "V ' 1 l--J[', tP') I ,l]lill-?, i i,, jill rommtlndbmatters. cluding kitchen units with a heated pool, color = " \\; / I E/- l  I I  - L,I[I ASAGrJrT[UUSquiet period that ends-- Novembmon an upbeat2'[]le'anote, with th ... TV Restaurant, lounge and shopping con- --. Litdeton man L, / \\; _ - = i " ,fMll =h)Hom=con.eos,mprovesm,nt.Rr= " _ veniently adjacent for your every pleasure _ "    ii,i{ /'-'-- ] F 7-  'I 9oawavbythem=lves. Jct. R.g&3Z--SilrlltogBRd. basic wai.ix l - /{!i{{{l{-'V{ --=-==-----= - I :-::= [m.,,, I IfEarlypartfweekisdeceptlve'andltseasytnumbers are Involved Weekend experience i 1 Phone:518-.9Sl 1 LITTLETON--PeSr L TWITCH by How' Rands andflnancdon'talaysmlx Corey, son of Joyce A. Corey [ ,., l l@ , _ _ "' fCOAE ON  C.V5... DON'T " I BIRTHDAY ml$  oK ;!" g '" ' ' " '' -' l@ ' of 19 Chiswick Ave., Littleton {  {  __ WANT'rO &O WHERE THE WILD ) I You love peopte -- ag kinds of them ln fact -- and and Allen J Corey of Lyme [ .. [ | --  -- \\; C_=OOEE COES / / { is on variety and sodabty. Intellectually  OVER IOOOFRIENIHIPINNS ,, nas completed training in I/ONI -" I ]VONK!---ai ' amm'f ------''/.I complishmentbysprlng. Just try to proceed with ' ."" --   _ -.-J*.m.= ' IN' I RIS ['6=- fundamental mlhtary skills at [  dll ] I  = {lll.   I than usual 1  ........ [{ {[[i {{ the Army ROTC basic camp at  ........ . ] i w,lll { ' I BORN THIS WEEX Fort Knox, Ky  ,  --  -- ,- Wedte; 26th actr Julke London; 27th, _ "1 I [] [[ to give junior college _/:- [ W{{llIW, ------==- '-LE--.-_,. //j2._ I son; 28th, ,nr Ollv Newton-John; 29th, ,-e| J L   =="--'-l graduates and college . ----=-=---- ) I l[_. "" | 30th,.ngJohnnyMath. / " - sophomores who have not ONK / { Ji w'w-  ,._._ , _1 | taken ROTC courses the ' --, I I"=m  __og.. I ;" SO, J:I! chance to enter the program  l {=li -- ....... /1 tr.()] The camp also qualifies high .... school graduates for the  ge,ta ROTC program at any of the IT JUST SO HAPPENED b Kern JW'D;F"'. nations six military junior , Y flb' 6.1" Sign of ZodioClntends 35. Digraph l|  -'" l-- ................ I1 colleges.  ,4,,' !:%.,%vJ l o, tes I ll. Protection 37. Seporote t 't,ffi ,.,,, , i:......:.:: :!!:.:::.:-..'.;?. ," . . lm .w.,eF ..... II During the encampment, fT T: ll|  Unmigthelettersintheboxesf0rm a  from loss 39. Stoppyperm |./t.l rli_ '' II auLaKe,w, utantu ll cadets received training in ff.\\; T'- [Ii.][ _ word.Theacirem.k,B.o,rzormecor-  14. Bone 41. Wand li.'. q.! r. ii  rect meaning for aeflniuon) 15. Toiletry case 43. India 1m.._ basic nfie marksmanship, , .... .::j.:;. military drill and ceremonies,  { [] ' c-.t.Excellent 2 Correct-Falr  16. Medicinal peasant  tt'#' ge . ":::!:" .. :: Score yourself as follows" lant 45 High cord -"qO li:;,L ---{I communications and in- :=='/ IF!{I  - 3Corre"'et-Good 1-0Correct-Poor -- ,7. hestbone 46. wW:i; " {.t ?t,? . , :.::$. "z "xp 1 '''' "---'---'------'"-'-'rjl dwzdual and small umt tac- "-._-- I1 . 1 . I= I=,l 19. Remain . " g'e /M"wq  :::':' l tiCS. . . . ,.,..., o,,, I[,l {I'IA|! lUl__ 2,. Compass 50. Negative |:'*'tl point prefix ll li " tore), plans to enter the O,r/ggr I|_:.%'-Jll I I I I/ 22. Require 51. Much . b,[]f Ort _ _ ROTC program at Nor- t4//tgOTR//lT *ll I I J [___J 24. Winter vehicle 54.Snores rg')WN '(Jl, '  theastern University, Boston. CT /'"v',,''m'eA'P m=-, e. IP';--,-';;;[(l!ii:" I11 CLUE.A SORH.Looney Ttmes" .a HAPPY C. CRAZY 27.26 suffixCmporativeRidge of rock 55. Sugary 2.u' U OK ,ru--" Pinker"" J" " q.i '   . _ _,,11.  _ ._._.%,,,,,1,.-  "g,. ' z. IEIY I J ITI_ ,29 HollowSlendergross 3.4. WithinPoint of IO. 5. Places COLAIIHA F00ll Wg?00 IIII [__.J 33 Guide compass I T O E I' 1"7-- -T'I" --]-_ _ / f$1 gp- P I 1 / o--., CLUE, Keep ava from others $; F .,,,,,e, I -_ __ ___ _I ,._ .,., ,-,o . ,-,.,=. -,,., :,--,/ r I I I .J__L...