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Page 2-The Journal Opinlon-October 6, 1982 ................................................................ .......... . ...........  ANNUAL CHRISTMAS SHOW  Wn Ni f", &apos; B__ADFORD ORFORD-- The Orford High t Tour HU$111 , e : ..... i.i  ....... AND SALE  . w ,,v,,f,;[//, ,\\; I ahllment J I i !! BRADFORD--: New Satd-a-Y h0urs will g int eff'ct Schl Alumni Assciatin is JF A"  II beginning on October 2. The library will open at 10 a.m. and having their Fourth Annual t I. u Imp_.  -- Christmas Show and Sale on [   ItS. close at 4 p.m., giving readers a chance to both bank and Nov. 13 from 10:00 to4"00 p m I  RIVI.t borrow books on the same trip ....  "lu. RIVE[ Church group "to hold Among the new books recently arrived : The event will take place at t ]fIof"(h, Fiction the Memorial Hall. Anyone I :_ .:0 i: interested in their crafts and  603-94Z'!liU)'x l annual fall sale Heritage--- Peter Driscoll handmade articles at the sale t 603"942"5BtLel Cinnamon skin-- John D. MacDonald "  ,vo-,-,-,,- Bisch Sabbatical--John Barth can contact Mrs. Jane Hebb, t NORTHWOO'R t NORTHWOVRHII RFD, Orford, N.H., 03777; in'; 'AIRLEE-- The Women of St. and her committee. Publicity Crossings-- Danielle Steel . phone number 603-353-4496 u'esm'RP#.a  Martin's Church, Fairlee, will will be handled by Mrs. Henry Home of the brave Joel Gross 00arae c hold their annual fall sale Graves of Bradford, assisted Beyond the Shining River-- Mary Helen Clague f-/'iL   :CC irlier than usual this year. by a number of members who Flanagan's Ran-- Tom McNab [ ltl: Mrs. William Eagleson, of will make posters and address Hot Water Man-- Deborah Moggach d, president of the invitations. The public is Non-Fiction _..JlCenl n'sgroul re )r thatit cordially invited. Cars of The 40s-- Consumer Guide VETERANS Press COUNCIL VISIT A Gift of Courage--Thomas S. Morse, M.D. ! W O O D S V I L L E -- A Last Jews in Berlin-- Leonard Gross representative of the New Legal Guide for The Family-- Donald L. Very flER: C1 Hampshire State Veterans Woman in Residence-- Michelle Harrison (Pi, frorn i earlier than usual this year. Orford, women's group, reports that it cordially invited. was meeting to hold the sale on Saturday, Oct. 23, from 10:00 am. to 2:00 p.m. A light luncheon will be served by a commlttee led by Mrs. Clif- ford Fifield of Orford. Mrs. Donald Coulter of Piermont Council will be at the Ross- will be in charge of the food table, and Mrs. Stephen Rizzi of Fairlee and Barre will head up a committee working on the gift table The "Boutique", where items "New to You" will be on sale, will he in charge of Mrs. Lynn Parker of OrfordviUe I I lill I i Wood Post 20 American Legion Hall in Woodsville on Oct. 15, from 9:00to 12:00 a.m. The representative will be on hand to provide information on benefits and veteran assistance. For more in- formation call 747-3387 or 747- 3694. i i i ml l ln i ii -T' The Hills & Valleys Are Full Of Colors, There'a Red, Orange, Green & Others, But This Saturday The Color Is Inside As Mountain Gold Plays With Pride. Saturday, October 9 "Mountain Gold" For Your Reservation Call Before 7:00 P.M. (603) 747- 2505 Or 747- 2840 i I ii II ill lilii ili ]1 ii ilil ill I III It " 0T0 BY ARNOLD -tlELD5 PIERMONT HISTORICAL SOCIETY--Local artists showed their works of art at a recent show. Above is the portrait "Pat and Jack" by Jeanne Meilin Herrick. The horses were part of a team owned by the late Arthur Evans of Plermont. Film on L F. Stone in Bradford BRADFORD-- The second of relation to government and The evenings are designed to four free films will be shown political decision making? get people thinking about on Sunday, October 10, at 7:30 Whatis your opinion? current national issues. The at Our Lady of Perpetual Help The film series is sponsored films and discussion leaders' in Bradford. I.F. Stone's by the Bradford Piermont presentations serve as a Weekly is a film about a Interchurch Council and starting place for discussion reporter driven by a sense of Orange County Mental Health. and thinking about the topics. honesty in reporting. 7> ) " / DANCING IN THE "Barnstormer Lounge"  ,-. Entertainment Ever)/ j Be Vonr Own Chimney Sweep-- Christopher Curtis il Friday: Oct. 8 THE SWINGER$ Saturday: Oct. 9 Children's Books Lord Valentine's Castle- Robert Silverberg The Great Rescue Operation-- Jean van Leeuwen Benedict Finds A Home- Chris L. Demarest Harald and The Giant Knight-- Donald Carrick The Kestrel-- Lloyd Alexander Four "New" Titles by Thornton Burgess Post Office Book-- Gail Gibbons Christmas Time--- Gaff Gibbons The last two children's books are a gift from the author and illustrator, Gall Gibbons, who lives in Corinth and has already made many contributions of her work, brightening up the children's room greatly. QUOTE INTERESTING FACT "In order to speak short The antenna of a male upon any subject, think wasp has 13 joints, long." H. H. Brackenridge Stone's first premise was that "every government is run  tony by liars and nothing they say . ..... should be believed." For 19f -" , " !I 1 years he answered phones, I"?UBB TOLP,'--g,N l/ ,WT HE / I wrte' edited' prfread' and I T/4T H FIIALLY /'qli="L=-"   'M I published a weeklyLI4s  JOB... /__  newsletter. Stone was a ["-] F---4 TF---i [] 7",,flf/).-/"/ , 3  I newspaper reporter whoJ [  [-l  ,g,_kt] JC) seemed to embody the very I J J  ''  [[JffT" essence of American morality I ] ---' [' ' [  [[[]J with respect to journalism. [  vt{f Ill  The hour-long film is an I :" ;!_ III JL affectionate and humorousl)''____ IL_ tribute to I.F. Stone with a..-.''---..--.-..--------l spirit of integrity and passion x._\\;_-,,-.,-.j..:,,,..:-.----22--- ....... characteristic of the man. Rural Deiivery What is the role of the press -- locally, statewide, federally, internationally--in VALLEY COOPERATIVE PRESCHOOL BRADFORD-- There will be a Va!ley Cooperative Preschool meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 12, at the Bradford Public Library starting at 8:00 p.m. FOR YOUR DINING PLEASURE 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. i , ? '' RESTAURANT : ....... " Main Street. Serving lunch from 11:00-2:30, Mon.-fft. (_)pen 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. f"' PL.ACE By Warren Sattler I THE COUNTRY SPECIALS * .oI AndNNowisiHE_:TilESUnday 0Ci. 10 4 W00DY'S BACK! . TO GET A PRIME DATE FOR YOUR CHRISTMAS PARTY "  Watch for our i  & Gala Halloween  Festivities announcement   ;rH] GARDEN RESTAURA-NT /Route 5, Bradford. Vt.  (802) 222-5202 ' Open 7 Days .... II : }0 a.m.-l1:00 p.m.,d GARI)EN RESTAURANT-- Lower Plain itt. 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. PIIILS RESTAURANT & CAMP- GROUND-- Rt. 5. 802-633-9394. Snacks to complete dinners to catering family dining at moderate prices. Entertainment weekends. AIME'S RESTAURANT Tel. (802) 748- 3553. Junction Rt. 2 & Rt. 18. Steak-plus and lobster-plus. Mobil Guide and AAA Listed. ROBERTS' COUNTRY COOKING-- Rt. 5. 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 cons & fountain service. STARSCOPE 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. <R00NA L00TE RESTAURANT Colonial Plaza (603) 298- 8222. Open Daily from 1 ! :30 AM. Cocktail Lounge- l,nncheon Specials -- Family Dinners -- Take Out Service. NAPOLEON rl!qi!!'!)T :Ill TlllRD RAIL RESTAURANT-- Rt. 5. Serving lunch & Dinner from 5-10:30. Sunday Breakfast 10-2. Daily fresh fish specials-- relaxed atmosphere-- fine food IT JUST SO HAPPENED by Kern ith a personal touch. I: ::.-:::..;:::.:,i :i::::,..,.:: ::::::,d:::.,:.geal 3 itOBERTS' ..... FAIRi EE .. DINER-- Rt . ,.5 HOWAR"u e'O r ..... O  ..........  Interstates sg- Ii'. ;...', @ ie ?:,:@:::.:: .,,. :... ::::..:..:::::,:,:,,:: ,:::::::::::y::;#l::::.::: ::....:,,:,,:, z. -- [2A)NG: 5]HERE RE;,I,E)/E/A / Man-Sat 6 AM-SPM Sun 8"30 AM-6.30 "! ......... I|L, iP AUSTL/A ) ......... . ", :. upen # nays a weeg. Always open I M llome style cooking at home style " " never closed for your convenience Just for l!i      : 7#A / TMr: . '" 4 coffee or a complete meal, salad bar. I ,,eiO,'! ..::::::;-;'::'-::..::-;;':;-..----. ,*-:1 Liquor. 6 Nltes entertainment. Plan your ]],0/f,.t DtXllr, UAtS Iit,,,lJlK I-- Uqll IBNau{iIU| I rt or ban net with us 802 295-6048 " l.ake Morey. Fine lakeside dining parry or anq rue withns. S02-295-048. iil,y,..e,?.  featuring live Main lobster, fresh seafood, tll I I -- prime rib and continental specialties. II i ,,pen for luncheon on the deck, July- B::i:: IhNr:I..,Tt)gR:N. R;| :2nt ! 8:00. For reservations: 802-333-4362. Entertainment Tuesday thronghSunday in ----CR--'-- i III the Iiighlander Lounge. Dancing every Friday and Saturday, July and August, Visa andMasterChargeaccepted. RESTAURANT ! I iIJl Ill ('entral Street 603-717.2071 I IIIII HIll ....'Y?7.. ,Y/ % " I \\;\ Itrl,akfas(. !unch. dintter with daih*l Ililgll$1N&VL?//r ( I . \\;\ I.OBSTER TUB RESTAURANT-- Rt. IS. ,qn.ciallies. t pstairs bar with happy hour I IW[ffi['?5/L-.g  [ \\; \\; ( \\;\ ,,3-44.s7t. Open Mon..Sat. ,2.2 and 5.9. rl.U, :,-, ,.r,,d,, a.d .*eeke,;d ,.n: 1 I I!I!11%.;=#\\; "7 1 \\;  \\;\ Sun:. 12-9. lave Maine Lobster - Fresh tertaiunwllt. Re'lax "by our water funntdin I ;'_ Ik \\;  i --. " \\;I Seafood Cocktails, Reserv, & Maj. Credit :lml liMt,n tit ant pi;l'ltO mnsic sshile you I i [- - Cards Accepted. ,'up,, dimwl'. (;erlnau - Etlrup.an ! 'qillrrbll  e  Idl (!iTi  :  TAL'-93 MOTOR i N N: Ii f"3" ( |'t 'd i' ,'.|r,i ,|l['(['el)| |'tl. t;l|thli,l |lnd,I 'r  * , ,,.,,,,.y.s Most Po,.lar Buffet. all :on can r"00I I I eat--Me,,. ,hru Tiurs. $5.95 'till 8:30, Fri. DIN E wiTH u s I ,C#b-: s & Sat. 'till 9 P.M, (open for lunch and breakfast. ) OL By Al Smith -- " so's vou By McBride and Moore By How lands Ill WHY  YOU 00usT Go You / C OSS 3]. Infer    N J)_ . Push aenttv 33. A direction Jeweleci " 35. Chooses 'b-,. headdress 38. Fell flower lI I131"II1S -'" It. Willow 40. Saint (abbr.) 12. One behind 41. Musical another sylioble LI . 13. Blood factor 42. Pronoun 14. Greek letter 43l Born ' ISll101NIdjII.fll : ] 5. Unit of "work 45. By l,.,lll ! 16, Mole OOrent 47. Prefix, not ,v,  , : ,, 7   I[i 17. O<:eon" " 48. Feels  _   N I .L 0  k f3J [ . 19. Police 50. Female  e  I  :'" I department __ 00.elot,,e . ! t (abbr I b2. ,ttemptea , [re,, - ! ,ll 2|. Swelhngs 53. Change 65: Lo'Yon I 23. ,;.egumr DOWN lake  ! I%, 26. rernoon ..... 7 *-tol bar _ M] sials I onalflOVlOn , ;w . . 00o00pas,t,o.s 2 Th00.er 8 Po,danOo0000 27. Shot iz " " attendant 9: Soy g " I'II 2930. J,mb 3. Prefix two tO Cother scale  vai -. -.- -. --.,.--_  IZ. Pote o  I ' 18. Painter ' i i 20. Ten cent r,_ I pieces r __ .__ _ 24. Itll I I Exclompr o'' K r I ',  25. Yields '.  Z s ' Pr---  l JU. lease -,q, ill. I rl-- I 32. Engineering |... . -- -- degree . : ' --- -- m 34 Tight  I II ['-- 36. Resp* "to al 'q I ' I 37. More ro .. ,,,f - - I- 39. Hollow gr(S= I;l  44. Plural er,ddg k IIel -- - --" -- 46 Sesame ------ rij-  49. Nickel (chem.) ....... 51 And (Ft.) by Clare Annswell WEEK OF: OCTOBER 7, 1982 AQUARIUS - Jnnunw 21-Februaw 19 Spend a little more time pursuing short-term goals; they can be by Wednesday. Rivals are using new tactics, but don't try I o I at their own game. PISCES - Febmnry 20-Mnrch 20 Seeking appraisals is highlighted, but sell nthlng till you've with several authorities. Family rift will deepen unless you're make at least the first two moves, ARIES - March 21-Apfll 20 A decision involving principles dominates this period, Follow own advice over that of well-meaning friends, Financially, timistic week; Intuition is strong In this area. TAURUS - April 21-May 22 Face to face encounter with someone you've avoided c, place on the weekend. News from faraway place is unexpe couraging. Financial forecast shows signs of 'adual recov GIENINI- May 2Slune 21 Yours is the rote of mediator, settling disputes among famih leagues alike. Pets can figure in the picture -- you may'at vice-versa. Romance is upbeat through weekend CANCER - ,June 22-July 22 Postponements and delays slow you down, but romantic a reconciliations pick up your spirits. Competitions are spa1LI9 could be the week you take home he trophy, LEO - July 23-Auguet 22 Forecasters are not as reliable as you and they seem to doubt, refer to past history. Ideas may come under fire; a criticism before stating your care. VIRGO - August 23-September 22 Don't expect to coast on recent success. To prosper now, tlveness is your key word. Emotional ups and downs are setfli; Tuesday, it's smooth sai]tn 9 for romance. LIBRA - September 23-October 22 Ideas not fully developed can backfire Care and pay large dividends. Financial suggestions are on the right need further clarification. SCORPIO - October 23-November 21 Health concerns' become a priority; take no short cuts In th I$i Travel ideas brighten; the key now is to find an appropriate nion -- you don't have to look far at a|}. SAGITTARIUS - November 22-December 22 Friend's criticisms are unusually harsh, perhaps reflectin he/she is under. A financially flush week, the time may be pamper yOurs truly. CAPRICORN - December 23-Januer 20 Take advantage of family's unanimity, which lasts thr ugh weekend. If dealing with other people's emotions or finances, a more conservative approach. BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK Trademarks Include splendid taste (usually expens/ve} and a to see both sides of every situation, Work on becoming more This can turn 1983 Into a banner concerned. Relationship with Leo/Saglttarlus/GemW strengthen. BORN THIS WEEK October 7th, singer,Alfred Drake; 8th, actor Chevy Chase; h Edward Andrews'. lOth, actor Ben Vereen; 11th Jerome Robbins; 12th, comedian Dick Gregory; 13th, sin! le  funkel. TI IIIIU 00le[00Iblelrltl IIIIIII-l Page 2-The Journal Opinlon-October 6, 1982 ................................................................ .......... . ...........  ANNUAL CHRISTMAS SHOW  Wn Ni f", ' B__ADFORD ORFORD-- The Orford High t Tour HU$111 , e : ..... i.i  ....... AND SALE  . w ,,v,,f,;[//, ,\\; I ahllment J I i !! BRADFORD--: New Satd-a-Y h0urs will g int eff'ct Schl Alumni Assciatin is JF A"  II beginning on October 2. The library will open at 10 a.m. and having their Fourth Annual t I. u Imp_.  -- Christmas Show and Sale on [   ItS. close at 4 p.m., giving readers a chance to both bank and Nov. 13 from 10:00 to4"00 p m I  RIVI.t borrow books on the same trip ....  "lu. RIVE[ Church group "to hold Among the new books recently arrived : The event will take place at t ]fIof"(h, Fiction the Memorial Hall. Anyone I :_ .:0 i: interested in their crafts and  603-94Z'!liU)'x l annual fall sale Heritage--- Peter Driscoll handmade articles at the sale t 603"942"5BtLel Cinnamon skin-- John D. MacDonald "  ,vo-,-,-,,- Bisch Sabbatical--John Barth can contact Mrs. Jane Hebb, t NORTHWOO'R t NORTHWOVRHII RFD, Orford, N.H., 03777; in'; 'AIRLEE-- The Women of St. and her committee. Publicity Crossings-- Danielle Steel . phone number 603-353-4496 u'esm'RP#.a  Martin's Church, Fairlee, will will be handled by Mrs. Henry Home of the brave Joel Gross 00arae c hold their annual fall sale Graves of Bradford, assisted Beyond the Shining River-- Mary Helen Clague f-/'iL   :CC irlier than usual this year. by a number of members who Flanagan's Ran-- Tom McNab [ ltl: Mrs. William Eagleson, of will make posters and address Hot Water Man-- Deborah Moggach d, president of the invitations. The public is Non-Fiction _..JlCenl n'sgroul re )r thatit cordially invited. Cars of The 40s-- Consumer Guide VETERANS Press COUNCIL VISIT A Gift of Courage--Thomas S. Morse, M.D. ! W O O D S V I L L E -- A Last Jews in Berlin-- Leonard Gross representative of the New Legal Guide for The Family-- Donald L. Very flER: C1 Hampshire State Veterans Woman in Residence-- Michelle Harrison (Pi, frorn i earlier than usual this year. Orford, women's group, reports that it cordially invited. was meeting to hold the sale on Saturday, Oct. 23, from 10:00 am. to 2:00 p.m. A light luncheon will be served by a commlttee led by Mrs. Clif- ford Fifield of Orford. Mrs. Donald Coulter of Piermont Council will be at the Ross- will be in charge of the food table, and Mrs. Stephen Rizzi of Fairlee and Barre will head up a committee working on the gift table The "Boutique", where items "New to You" will be on sale, will he in charge of Mrs. Lynn Parker of OrfordviUe I I lill I i Wood Post 20 American Legion Hall in Woodsville on Oct. 15, from 9:00to 12:00 a.m. The representative will be on hand to provide information on benefits and veteran assistance. For more in- formation call 747-3387 or 747- 3694. i i i ml l ln i ii -T' The Hills & Valleys Are Full Of Colors, There'a Red, Orange, Green & Others, But This Saturday The Color Is Inside As Mountain Gold Plays With Pride. Saturday, October 9 "Mountain Gold" For Your Reservation Call Before 7:00 P.M. (603) 747- 2505 Or 747- 2840 i I ii II ill lilii ili ]1 ii ilil ill I III It " 0T0 BY ARNOLD -tlELD5 PIERMONT HISTORICAL SOCIETY--Local artists showed their works of art at a recent show. Above is the portrait "Pat and Jack" by Jeanne Meilin Herrick. The horses were part of a team owned by the late Arthur Evans of Plermont. Film on L F. Stone in Bradford BRADFORD-- The second of relation to government and The evenings are designed to four free films will be shown political decision making? get people thinking about on Sunday, October 10, at 7:30 Whatis your opinion? current national issues. The at Our Lady of Perpetual Help The film series is sponsored films and discussion leaders' in Bradford. I.F. Stone's by the Bradford Piermont presentations serve as a Weekly is a film about a Interchurch Council and starting place for discussion reporter driven by a sense of Orange County Mental Health. and thinking about the topics. honesty in reporting. 7> ) " / DANCING IN THE "Barnstormer Lounge"  ,-. Entertainment Ever)/ j Be Vonr Own Chimney Sweep-- Christopher Curtis il Friday: Oct. 8 THE SWINGER$ Saturday: Oct. 9 Children's Books Lord Valentine's Castle- Robert Silverberg The Great Rescue Operation-- Jean van Leeuwen Benedict Finds A Home- Chris L. Demarest Harald and The Giant Knight-- Donald Carrick The Kestrel-- Lloyd Alexander Four "New" Titles by Thornton Burgess Post Office Book-- Gail Gibbons Christmas Time--- Gaff Gibbons The last two children's books are a gift from the author and illustrator, Gall Gibbons, who lives in Corinth and has already made many contributions of her work, brightening up the children's room greatly. QUOTE INTERESTING FACT "In order to speak short The antenna of a male upon any subject, think wasp has 13 joints, long." H. H. Brackenridge Stone's first premise was that "every government is run  tony by liars and nothing they say . ..... should be believed." For 19f -" , " !I 1 years he answered phones, I"?UBB TOLP,'--g,N l/ ,WT HE / I wrte' edited' prfread' and I T/4T H FIIALLY /'qli="L=-"   'M I published a weeklyLI4s  JOB... /__  newsletter. Stone was a ["-] F---4 TF---i [] 7",,flf/).-/"/ , 3  I newspaper reporter whoJ [  [-l  ,g,_kt] JC) seemed to embody the very I J J  ''  [[JffT" essence of American morality I ] ---' [' ' [  [[[]J with respect to journalism. [  vt{f Ill  The hour-long film is an I :" ;!_ III JL affectionate and humorousl)''____ IL_ tribute to I.F. Stone with a..-.''---..--.-..--------l spirit of integrity and passion x._\\;_-,,-.,-.j..:,,,..:-.----22--- ....... characteristic of the man. Rural Deiivery What is the role of the press -- locally, statewide, federally, internationally--in VALLEY COOPERATIVE PRESCHOOL BRADFORD-- There will be a Va!ley Cooperative Preschool meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 12, at the Bradford Public Library starting at 8:00 p.m. FOR YOUR DINING PLEASURE 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. i , ? '' RESTAURANT : ....... " Main Street. Serving lunch from 11:00-2:30, Mon.-fft. (_)pen 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. f"' PL.ACE By Warren Sattler I THE COUNTRY SPECIALS * .oI AndNNowisiHE_:TilESUnday 0Ci. 10 4 W00DY'S BACK! . TO GET A PRIME DATE FOR YOUR CHRISTMAS PARTY "  Watch for our i  & Gala Halloween  Festivities announcement   ;rH] GARDEN RESTAURA-NT /Route 5, Bradford. Vt.  (802) 222-5202 ' Open 7 Days .... II : }0 a.m.-l1:00 p.m.,d GARI)EN RESTAURANT-- Lower Plain itt. 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. PIIILS RESTAURANT & CAMP- GROUND-- Rt. 5. 802-633-9394. Snacks to complete dinners to catering family dining at moderate prices. Entertainment weekends. AIME'S RESTAURANT Tel. (802) 748- 3553. Junction Rt. 2 & Rt. 18. Steak-plus and lobster-plus. Mobil Guide and AAA Listed. ROBERTS' COUNTRY COOKING-- Rt. 5. 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 cons & fountain service. STARSCOPE 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. <R00NA L00TE RESTAURANT Colonial Plaza (603) 298- 8222. Open Daily from 1 ! :30 AM. Cocktail Lounge- l,nncheon Specials -- Family Dinners -- Take Out Service. NAPOLEON rl!qi!!'!)T :Ill TlllRD RAIL RESTAURANT-- Rt. 5. Serving lunch & Dinner from 5-10:30. Sunday Breakfast 10-2. Daily fresh fish specials-- relaxed atmosphere-- fine food IT JUST SO HAPPENED by Kern ith a personal touch. I: ::.-:::..;:::.:,i :i::::,..,.:: ::::::,d:::.,:.geal 3 itOBERTS' ..... FAIRi EE .. DINER-- Rt . ,.5 HOWAR"u e'O r ..... O  ..........  Interstates sg- Ii'. ;...', @ ie ?:,:@:::.:: .,,. :... ::::..:..:::::,:,:,,:: ,:::::::::::y::;#l::::.::: ::....:,,:,,:, z. -- [2A)NG: 5]HERE RE;,I,E)/E/A / Man-Sat 6 AM-SPM Sun 8"30 AM-6.30 "! ......... I|L, iP AUSTL/A ) ......... . ", :. upen # nays a weeg. Always open I M llome style cooking at home style " " never closed for your convenience Just for l!i      : 7#A / TMr: . '" 4 coffee or a complete meal, salad bar. I ,,eiO,'! ..::::::;-;'::'-::..::-;;':;-..----. ,*-:1 Liquor. 6 Nltes entertainment. Plan your ]],0/f,.t DtXllr, UAtS Iit,,,lJlK I-- Uqll IBNau{iIU| I rt or ban net with us 802 295-6048 " l.ake Morey. Fine lakeside dining parry or anq rue withns. S02-295-048. iil,y,..e,?.  featuring live Main lobster, fresh seafood, tll I I -- prime rib and continental specialties. II i ,,pen for luncheon on the deck, July- B::i:: IhNr:I..,Tt)gR:N. R;| :2nt ! 8:00. For reservations: 802-333-4362. Entertainment Tuesday thronghSunday in ----CR--'-- i III the Iiighlander Lounge. Dancing every Friday and Saturday, July and August, Visa andMasterChargeaccepted. RESTAURANT ! I iIJl Ill ('entral Street 603-717.2071 I IIIII HIll ....'Y?7.. ,Y/ % " I \\;\ Itrl,akfas(. !unch. dintter with daih*l Ililgll$1N&VL?//r ( I . \\;\ I.OBSTER TUB RESTAURANT-- Rt. IS. ,qn.ciallies. t pstairs bar with happy hour I IW[ffi['?5/L-.g  [ \\; \\; ( \\;\ ,,3-44.s7t. Open Mon..Sat. ,2.2 and 5.9. rl.U, :,-, ,.r,,d,, a.d .*eeke,;d ,.n: 1 I I!I!11%.;=#\\; "7 1 \\;  \\;\ Sun:. 12-9. lave Maine Lobster - Fresh tertaiunwllt. Re'lax "by our water funntdin I ;'_ Ik \\;  i --. " \\;I Seafood Cocktails, Reserv, & Maj. Credit :lml liMt,n tit ant pi;l'ltO mnsic sshile you I i [- - Cards Accepted. ,'up,, dimwl'. (;erlnau - Etlrup.an ! 'qillrrbll  e  Idl (!iTi  :  TAL'-93 MOTOR i N N: Ii f"3" ( |'t 'd i' ,'.|r,i ,|l['(['el)| |'tl. t;l|thli,l |lnd,I 'r  * , ,,.,,,,.y.s Most Po,.lar Buffet. all :on can r"00I I I eat--Me,,. ,hru Tiurs. $5.95 'till 8:30, Fri. DIN E wiTH u s I ,C#b-: s & Sat. 'till 9 P.M, (open for lunch and breakfast. ) OL By Al Smith -- " so's vou By McBride and Moore By How lands Ill WHY  YOU 00usT Go You / C OSS 3]. Infer    N J)_ . Push aenttv 33. A direction Jeweleci " 35. Chooses 'b-,. headdress 38. Fell flower lI I131"II1S -'" It. Willow 40. Saint (abbr.) 12. One behind 41. Musical another sylioble LI . 13. Blood factor 42. Pronoun 14. Greek letter 43l Born ' ISll101NIdjII.fll : ] 5. Unit of "work 45. By l,.,lll ! 16, Mole OOrent 47. Prefix, not ,v,  , : ,, 7   I[i 17. O<:eon" " 48. Feels  _   N I .L 0  k f3J [ . 19. Police 50. Female  e  I  :'" I department __ 00.elot,,e . ! t (abbr I b2. ,ttemptea , [re,, - ! ,ll 2|. Swelhngs 53. Change 65: Lo'Yon I 23. ,;.egumr DOWN lake  ! I%, 26. rernoon ..... 7 *-tol bar _ M] sials I onalflOVlOn , ;w . . 00o00pas,t,o.s 2 Th00.er 8 Po,danOo0000 27. Shot iz " " attendant 9: Soy g " I'II 2930. J,mb 3. Prefix two tO Cother scale  vai -. -.- -. --.,.--_  IZ. Pote o  I ' 18. Painter ' i i 20. Ten cent r,_ I pieces r __ .__ _ 24. Itll I I Exclompr o'' K r I ',  25. Yields '.  Z s ' Pr---  l JU. lease -,q, ill. I rl-- I 32. Engineering |... . -- -- degree . : ' --- -- m 34 Tight  I II ['-- 36. Resp* "to al 'q I ' I 37. More ro .. ,,,f - - I- 39. Hollow gr(S= I;l  44. Plural er,ddg k IIel -- - --" -- 46 Sesame ------ rij-  49. Nickel (chem.) ....... 51 And (Ft.) by Clare Annswell WEEK OF: OCTOBER 7, 1982 AQUARIUS - Jnnunw 21-Februaw 19 Spend a little more time pursuing short-term goals; they can be by Wednesday. Rivals are using new tactics, but don't try I o I at their own game. PISCES - Febmnry 20-Mnrch 20 Seeking appraisals is highlighted, but sell nthlng till you've with several authorities. Family rift will deepen unless you're make at least the first two moves, ARIES - March 21-Apfll 20 A decision involving principles dominates this period, Follow own advice over that of well-meaning friends, Financially, timistic week; Intuition is strong In this area. TAURUS - April 21-May 22 Face to face encounter with someone you've avoided c, place on the weekend. News from faraway place is unexpe couraging. Financial forecast shows signs of 'adual recov GIENINI- May 2Slune 21 Yours is the rote of mediator, settling disputes among famih leagues alike. Pets can figure in the picture -- you may'at vice-versa. Romance is upbeat through weekend CANCER - ,June 22-July 22 Postponements and delays slow you down, but romantic a reconciliations pick up your spirits. Competitions are spa1LI9 could be the week you take home he trophy, LEO - July 23-Auguet 22 Forecasters are not as reliable as you and they seem to doubt, refer to past history. Ideas may come under fire; a criticism before stating your care. VIRGO - August 23-September 22 Don't expect to coast on recent success. To prosper now, tlveness is your key word. Emotional ups and downs are setfli; Tuesday, it's smooth sai]tn 9 for romance. LIBRA - September 23-October 22 Ideas not fully developed can backfire Care and pay large dividends. Financial suggestions are on the right need further clarification. SCORPIO - October 23-November 21 Health concerns' become a priority; take no short cuts In th I$i Travel ideas brighten; the key now is to find an appropriate nion -- you don't have to look far at a|}. SAGITTARIUS - November 22-December 22 Friend's criticisms are unusually harsh, perhaps reflectin he/she is under. A financially flush week, the time may be pamper yOurs truly. CAPRICORN - December 23-Januer 20 Take advantage of family's unanimity, which lasts thr ugh weekend. If dealing with other people's emotions or finances, a more conservative approach. BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK Trademarks Include splendid taste (usually expens/ve} and a to see both sides of every situation, Work on becoming more This can turn 1983 Into a banner concerned. Relationship with Leo/Saglttarlus/GemW strengthen. BORN THIS WEEK October 7th, singer,Alfred Drake; 8th, actor Chevy Chase; h Edward Andrews'. lOth, actor Ben Vereen; 11th Jerome Robbins; 12th, comedian Dick Gregory; 13th, sin! le  funkel. TI IIIIU 00le[00Iblelrltl IIIIIII-l