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DECEMBER 7, 1970 |i THE BORAH SENATOR, BOISE, IDAHO Taurus is thrifty, fearful of change t by Mike" Gollaher ruWealth spells security to v eh uyar: nOtare You fear change. You want destroying love. You are capable 3 If you are born between April 20 and May 20, your zodiac sign is Taurus, characterized by the Bull. As a Taurus you are apt to be down to earth and are conservative. You are also money-minded, being quite practical and thrifty when it comes to finances - except in one area. As far as Taurus is concerned, luxury and pleasure tops the list. You want the best money can buy, but are not above complaining about the price. You like to surround yourself with material items, especially good food, and need love and everything to stay put while you analyze events slowly, one at a time. Although you appear to be calm in emergencies, inside you're frantically shouting for things to slow down, to give you time to think. You enjoy periods of silence to contemplate yourself and the world about you. You resist change, saying, "Don't confuse me with facts. My mind's made up." But, Taurus, although you fear change, you need it. When you get things all put away - when things become set, easy - then you become lazy and careless. You do better under of giving much love and you will receive the affection you need if you are wise. Taurus is kind, affectionate and quiet. He enjoys the basic things - eating, sleeping, fighting, loving. He likes to feel solid earth beneath his feet. But Taurus can be quite stubborn, itow often does he change his mind? Never. And a word of warning to those who would wave a red flag in front of the Bull. Taurus will charge. He makes a powerful and very formidable enemy. Those born under the sign of Taurus at Borah include seniors Dave Wakeman, Belinda Baxter PAGE 3 e affection desperately. This is because you want to feel secure Choir sings on NBC pressure. You need the chal- and Morris Tanner. "Wizard of Oz." (photo by Steve Acree) lenge. Taurus, you are very linman Dorothy, Toto affedionate and need an abundance of love. But you can FLOWER MARSHA BARRETT sways in the breeze, while Glenda, the Good Witch of the North, played by Mary Hart, Dorothy, Michelle Marcias, and Toto, Mike Hill, practice their parts for the yourbe too critical and picky withyoulOVedmayOneS.say you offer only practice for 'Wizard of 0z' Borah's A Cappella Choir will constructive criticism, and that be one of 14 choirs in the nation you are only doing it because by Karen Clement= last week and rehearsals are in to be featured on NBC's Rosemary Lilly Following the yellow brick process. The play will be National Radio series, the road to "The Wizard of Oz" Will presented to grade school "Voices of Christmas," during be MichelE Marcias as Dorothy, children and to the Idaho State the two weeks before Christmas, e lected to p o st Mike Hill as her dog Taro, Mike School and Hospital Dec. 19-23 according to Choir Director Dale Rosemary Lilly has been Young as the Scarecrow, Peter according to James Hutcherson, Ball. elected as vice-presidenl of the Baufman as the Tinman, and drama director. The specific date and time for Future Teachers of America, Billy Wilson as the Cowardly The Great and Powerful Oz Borah's presentation has not according to president Norma Lion. will be played by Rick been announced yet, Mr. Ball Dominick. Cast members were chosen Gasparotti. Gwen Harms has the said. 1 Thetbr:ardc:stn:St;p;daeCs SCOPE places students till)SdSBec! ihenN:tthwess%hti?i in suitable part time jobs "Each year 14 choirs are by Neal Hayward tion Committee showed that student is considered individual- chosen from all over the nation," Mr. Ball explained. "Most of them are college choirs." Borah had the only high school choir featured last year. ,qv qw lw "w  v V v l,..go ,qw llr ,qp, ,'Haircuts I, ' $125 STATE BARBER COLLEGE Student Career Opportuni- ties Programmed Educationally (SCOPE) is a new experimental program to help students find out whether their interests and abilities are suitable for their career choices. Any junior, senior, or college student who is interested in working at a job closely related to his career choice can contact the SCOPE Foundation at 700 Vista Avenue, Boise, or phone 345-1950. SCOPE will attempt to find a job that especially interests him. The only special requirement is that he must be at least a junior in high school. A recent survey by the Boise Chamber of Commerce Educa- 711 Idaho . Ak A lk Jl= A A L  A =l=   Williams has i Watches Birthstone Rings 14 kt. Gold Earrings 00]ewelers I D Bracelets 24,000 more employees would be needed in Boise Valley by 1974, according to Mrs. Paul- ine Hinman, coordinator for SCOPE. As a result of this survey, SCOPE was started in Boise during the past year in an attempt to get employers and interested employees together. The SCOPE staff of six people works with each student to meet his individual needs. According to Mrs. Hinman, "There are now over 200 students registered with SCOPE." Mrs. Hinman states that "SCOPE is not an employment agency." We are interested in quality - not quantity, and each For a Heavy Experience... The Victorian Shop Top fashion clothing for guys and chicks * Leather coats, vests & hats * Body shirts * Bell Bottom pants * Jewelry * Head items -- pipes, clips * Posters & incense * Black IRes, strobes, celestial globes i ly. 9 When students register with SCOPE, the coordinator con- tacts a local business in which the student is interested and arranges an employment oppor- tunity for him. Many local businesses are aware of the SCOPE program and are willing to cooperate with SCOPE in training students as the need arises. The students receive on-the- job training and are paid the minimum hourly wage for their work. Other cities and states are watching this new program to see what success it will have, Mrs. Hinman said. 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Munchkins are training with acrobatic exercises to hold positions of a flower for a long time. The Scarecrow, Tinman, Lion, and Dorothy are improv- ing their voices for the songs they'll sing," commented Mr. Hutcherson. Bowling is always fun at WESTGATE LANES Come in and meet Casey the Irish Taco Bender TACO TIME 405 Vista 5140 Franklin Rd. Ph, 343-11761