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V D ef E in ,es E W B ,at [ R ;edl Y 0 P H Lhel icel lsol w e I )fai rations i :tober, l ctivitYj WORDZETTE eNr rvpes E G E T B L E N N I I L T A N F L 0 W E B N A R S S 0 M E E D R E I H B 0 R R M R F Y E N 0 T E 0 N L E R 0 R N N S N E 1 B W H P N E U K H C X S 0 I H A I M C H U 0 A L L Y N B ! M Z L T J F i T A L U S 11 R L M U G E L A L -# L L E A L N B T A T T Y E P G E E S V 1"HE WORDS may 114' |ound up, down d,aqonlly a(toss kwdtd at tOtW,ltd m the blofk O! Ictll,r% F,nd and be. ,n the, IollowHtq PERENNIAL HERB TREE LEGUME VINE LICHEN WE E D MOSS VEGETABLE MUSHROOM ANNUAL BIENNIAL BRYOPHYTE FERN FLOWER filies tngl OOK OPl ng anti milieSl mem ncls ler tl ;hirlel ervic : Clinic arq . ea. th.ei romim I nergYl n thel rewaW n till numW -.,.......'-. .... '.,: ;. DELUXE s, BATH SCALE ial features easy-to-read umbers. Extra-large platform in attractive keystone shape. Vinyl mat Wilde dean. Brown, white. 8810 auamnz uMmm January 13, 1982-The Second Opinion-Page 5A Protected Ernie dear, don't go too far in the water." "But look, daddy's out a long way." "I know, dear, but your father's insured." The Electronic Game Circuit by Louise Parker Hovde enjoy. Whether you're buying hoard? Extension Specialist, Family Resource Management University of N.H. More than 300 kinds of electronic games are now available. They're designed for everyone from six-year- olds on up. Are they worth the money? It all depends on whether you're able to choose a game appropriate to the skills, in- terests and attention span of those who will be playing. What are the choices? About A5 percent are sport-related such as baseball, football, hockey and soccer. Family action games like pinball and space battles account for approximately 22 percent. And about 16 percent are aimed at being "educational." Other types are strategy- related, musical, word or card games. Many are based on a "Simon Says" format in which you match your reactions and memory against those of the game computer. How do you select the "right" game? Although children may be specifying the exact make and model they want based on these slick advertisements, you may want to do some further in- vestigation and look for a game with multiple functions which the whole family can ADVISER MANEUVER CORNERS WITH THE STEP TURN for one person or the whole gang, consider these pointers: Choose a game appropriate to the age of the users. Don't rely solely on the recom- mendations on the box. Some young children may lack dexterity to play certain games or may not be able to understand the instructions. Some games labeled "adult" may be thoroughly boring after the first run-through. Invest in a system which of- fers a variety of games in a single unit or a game with different skill levels which offers greater challenges as you learn to play. Know how many players the game will accommodate. Many are designed only to handle one or two persons but those with keyboard controls can involve as many as four players. Play a game before you buy it. That's really the only way you can decide if it's a wor- thwhile investment. Many stores have demonstration models so you can see if you'll have as much fun as those you see playing in the ads. Consider the game's size. Would a hand-held model which can be slipped into a purse or backpack get the most use? Or will you be playing on a larger table as with a traditional game shorter the steps should be. Weight must be transferred from one ski to the other as the turn is made. Avoid lifting the entire ski or stepping for- ward. Simply move the ski tip ir. the turn and place all the 13ody weight on it. Then bring the other ski alongside and repeat the process. The step turn is the most widely used technique to go around a corner while moving forward. With weight on the heel to keep the tail of the ski down, and simultaneously pulling up with the toes, move the tip of the raised ski into the direction of the turn. The faster the speed the quicker and \\; Eastern Oivision-- Nordic Technical assistance provled by Professional Ski Instructors of America Norwich .firm is marketin00 Once you've chosen a game, compare prices. It pays to shop around because the cost of a given game can vary depending on where you buy it. Take the time to check on sales at catalog or department store outlets as well as at discount stores. If you notice a game priced very low in relation to most, check to see if it's truly "electronic." Rather than being a miniature computer, the game may be largely mechanical with lights and buzzers for window dressing. Check on the energy requirements. Many elec- tronic games run on batteries, a nine-volt transistor type or series of 1.5-volt AA types. Even using alkaline batteries, some games can cost as much as 60 cents per hour of use. Look for those which have "reminders" to turn off power switches or that shut them- selves off automatically. Also, check the game to see if it has a jack which will allow the use of an AC adapter, allowing you to plug into an ordinary household outlet when playing at home. You may have anold adapter which fits into the game's battery terminals but do check the manufacturer's instructions before using. An adapter of a voltage incorrect for the game can ruin a game's circuitry. Look for games with favorable warranty and return policies. You have the right to see the warranty before you buy for any con- sumer product costing more than $15. Check to see whether and for how long repair costs will be covered by the manufacturer and how complicated the repair or replacement process might be. Don't "toy" with your Christmas-gift dollars. Take time to know what kind of entertainment your money is buying before choosing the electronic game that will chirp, beep and buzz under your tree this year. (Editor's note: The in- formation presented here is for educational purposes only. Reference to commercial products or trade names is made with the understanding that no discrimination is in- tended and no endorsement by the University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension Service is implied.) IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE IN THE SECOND OPINION i lXlE THE TRADER "YOU CALL LAWN WOP/( VPY PEASO/VABLE. I'LL CALL HOUSE WO,@/( CHE'AP ANP WE'LL BOTN GO BA(SAIN HUNTIN6!" FOR YOUR WOODSTOVE SATIN BLACK FOR YOUR FURNACE GALVANIZED Thoughts on l004nter roofs byBILLCilRISTIANSEN game anyone can learn to into the att,ic, the heat is given Energy Outreach Advisor play. off into the "unheated" space. As I have traveled over the Houses that burn wood have Ustthly gable end vents southern part of the Northeast more icicles on the eaves than remove the heat. However, on Kingdom the past few years, I oil or electrically heated days when the temperature have become more than a houses. At first, one is tem- gets to about 25 degrees, the casual observer of snow on the pied to think, poor insulation, added heat inthe attic warms roofs of houses, and icicles at But usually this is not the the ridge of the roof just their eaves. Much can be case. A wood fire keeps the enough to start the snow learned about a house from chimney warm and once this melting. As the water runs these observations, and its a passes through the insulation (please turn to page 7A) SAVE MONEY, SAVE GAS. WITH ALl.SEASON ARRIVA FOR IMPORT CARS. Steel-belted radial construction. Even its footprint tells you it's different. GOODYEAR POWER STREAK 78 ! CLEARANCE. SAVE WHILE SUPPLY LASTS. Our best-selling diagonal- ply tire. Individual crossplies of tough polyester for strength. , Shoulder gripping edges for extra bite into curves. O;scortttnuod tread design Dilm or drum!  Includes: Install new front grease seals Pack front wheel bearings * Inspect hydrauhcsystem Add fluid Road test 2-Wheel Front Disc: IIsf;H rew frQnt brake DacJ, * esur lacl front rotors Inspect calipers " *66 4-Wheel Drum: Install new brake lining and resurface all four drums Most U S cars Many imports and light trucks 88 15 Parts and add, tlonal service extra if needed Inspect all four tires * Correct air pressure Set front wheel caster camber, toe te proper alignment hqspect steering and suspensioe systems Most U S cars Imp0fts with a(tluslable s0slYnsi0n Ii1ci0cles honl wheel (Iriv! Chevetles hght IILICkS and cars re{lutnnQ MacPhcrs0n Slru! c01ct0l exlra John's Sport Shop 00BLn'i00.A00D 750"00 AN UNBEATABLE _l . DEAL AT   " 340 CO Liquid Cooled EnEine 603447-2347 Swiftwater Rd.-Woodsville _ Dancing Starts At 8:30 P.M. Come Early- Stay Late - Have A Great Time! Take Your Favorite Lady Out To Enjoy... Saturday, ,Iaz "Black Velvet" For Your Reservations Call Before 7:00 P.M. (603) 747-2505 Or 747-2840 ] . RECLAIMS HEAT GOING UP CHIMNEY ,,,o%%,a. a pac00a00ea home aes00n . EASILY INSTALLED-TROUBLE FREE .0 NORWICH-- One of thenewer sheathing to which con- * THERMOSTAT CONTROLLED   a R --IF I J entries into the energy con- ventional siding, furnished . ^w^,=^a=,- ., ^.. "H,= e,Tce m n ;,,,.h ra El II Jim [,. r   U servative housing field in the with the packaRe, is then ........................... " ......... I U u uu00r I n Upper Valley area is Northern applied. - -" MADE IN MAINE by Dumont Industries of I IN, tnergy frames inc. of Nor- The same panel is used for Monmouth &  Vl[illb I I  I I UIlII  g VVU= wich. Working out of offices at the roOf as well, providing an @ I nUALITY PARTS SERVICE Y0U CAN DEPEN0N the corner of Main and Elm R-38 insulating factor 1 I " " " streets, the company is throughout the house The ..... ----N E Y (-r Bradford Tire & Auto marketing a highly energy panel layer, which is con- S A V E S H E A T - S A V I= 5 M U  :2 \\;\' !  ) efficient packaged home tinuous from below the  l p I i Ji , ( I 00/1!1/I1 o,.,,t _ system featuring a modified foundation sill, up the wall,  up u u v, I Center post anu. oeam frame and and over the eaves to the peak  | I! I1 n II .! I I ",;/1 Ill/l//l/ Ro,,tt, .. lower Plain  taminateapanem. . of the roof. is tihtlvfitted and.  . ,-,i I II l/ V ) I , ,(////////] ..... " --'- r- . Key man, |n the ftrm is Ed sealed by a spline and sealant J tll PIPklll@r"  ,J '-.' Bradford, Vermont 05033 " , HmmgotfneuordHill, whose method that provides a  z I i n , P I u I / P , t I r,,l R/}.99.OOOd early, oaczgrounu m the. field "nearly airtight box." " 7 | IL. 1 . |   |  I1... ) _ :." --_- ........ . mcludes study m en- Framing does not extend or ...... ., J  OpenMon, .PrL 8.SandSat. 8- 12 vironmental. . sciences, at (please turn to pga e 7A) ZZZ-44 Main Street Bradtora I t I I We Accept Master Charqe. & Vise i  Brandem Umverslty, courses =-'- I in energy conservation at .... " Total Environmental Action in Harrisville, N.lt., and prac- ,, tical experience in his own uear rlomeowner: construction business in the St. Johnsburyarea.  We realize how expehsive the cost of energy is today. It is one of the major causes of Huling, who designed and built one of the first solar home prototypes in the Northeast Kingdom, set out to design a passive solar energy home that would utilize south facing windows, snug in- sulation, and minimal secondary heat. The 2,000-foot elevations, brisk winds and low tem- Peratures of the northern Vermont winters afforded an ideal opportunity for testing and refining design and construction techniques. Considering the rapidly rising costs of on-site, custom construction, he soon recognized the advantages of adapting his design to in-shop mass production. The seven years of development that have gone into the new design have produced a construction system in which a continuous foam panel insulating blanket completely surrounds a post and beam frame, resulting in heating cost savings of 60-80 percent over a conventionally insulated home. The team panels, compare in size with a four-by-eight- foot sheet of plywood, but there is a eight-inch-thick layer of rigid polystyrene foam insulation laminated to the plywood, and a layer of tongue-and-groove pine paneling laminated to the foam. The three-piece "sandwich," in effect, becomes the interior finish surface of the building, the insulation, and the outer BRADFORD -WHITE RESIDENTIAL GAS WATER HEATERS / Below Wholesale Prices On All Models In Stock inflation, and is hitting all Americans right where it hurts.., our pucketbooks. 'lhere are several areas where we can hope to save energy and save money at the same time. One is the automobile, the second is our home ft:maces. "]'he obvious 1 {? c answer is tea replace these inefficient guzzlers as soon s possib,e. Many Am .rican..; will do that this year. The third way homeowners can save energy is to replace an inefficient water heater. Many families c]..-m't re.a]ize that thcir old water heater is costing them money. Most people wait unli] their ,.,ater heat,r leaks before replacing it. New wah:r heaters. uch as the line offered by Bradford-White, offer.  holneowners a better alternatiw: N,.t or,ly are f, ey built to be more efficient than models five to ten years old. but fi:'V offer you the choice of selecting the deree of efficiency you want to buy today. There's another plus, too. If your current hot water supply is insufficient, y,:n may be able to increase your tank capacity and save energy at the same time--simply' bp' replacing old ilefficient equipment. Xcbur family will love you for it. lake a kok at the enclosed brochure which explains the energv savings ot Bradford-Whitc water heaters. You can easily calculate the benefits of rep!acing now before your old unit wcrS out. rll be happy to help you determine the tank capacity that's fight for your family and give you a free cost estinate with no obligation. h I I I III I I II II I t eaturing Reliability And Energy Saving Efficiency For Today's Homeowners. BRADFORD OIL Corner. OF Rte. 5 & 25, Bradford Phone (802) 222-5251 Or (603) 787-6391 V D ef E in ,es E W B ,at [ R ;edl Y 0 P H Lhel icel lsol w e I )fai rations i :tober, l ctivitYj WORDZETTE eNr rvpes E G E T B L E N N I I L T A N F L 0 W E B N A R S S 0 M E E D R E I H B 0 R R M R F Y E N 0 T E 0 N L E R 0 R N N S N E 1 B W H P N E U K H C X S 0 I H A I M C H U 0 A L L Y N B ! M Z L T J F i T A L U S 11 R L M U G E L A L -# L L E A L N B T A T T Y E P G E E S V 1"HE WORDS may 114' |ound up, down d,aqonlly a(toss kwdtd at tOtW,ltd m the blofk O! Ictll,r% F,nd and be. ,n the, IollowHtq PERENNIAL HERB TREE LEGUME VINE LICHEN WE E D MOSS VEGETABLE MUSHROOM ANNUAL BIENNIAL BRYOPHYTE FERN FLOWER filies tngl OOK OPl ng anti milieSl mem ncls ler tl ;hirlel ervic : Clinic arq . ea. th.ei romim I nergYl n thel rewaW n till numW -.,.......'-. .... '.,: ;. DELUXE s, BATH SCALE ial features easy-to-read umbers. Extra-large platform in attractive keystone shape. Vinyl mat Wilde dean. Brown, white. 8810 auamnz uMmm January 13, 1982-The Second Opinion-Page 5A Protected Ernie dear, don't go too far in the water." "But look, daddy's out a long way." "I know, dear, but your father's insured." The Electronic Game Circuit by Louise Parker Hovde enjoy. Whether you're buying hoard? Extension Specialist, Family Resource Management University of N.H. More than 300 kinds of electronic games are now available. They're designed for everyone from six-year- olds on up. Are they worth the money? It all depends on whether you're able to choose a game appropriate to the skills, in- terests and attention span of those who will be playing. What are the choices? About A5 percent are sport-related such as baseball, football, hockey and soccer. Family action games like pinball and space battles account for approximately 22 percent. And about 16 percent are aimed at being "educational." Other types are strategy- related, musical, word or card games. Many are based on a "Simon Says" format in which you match your reactions and memory against those of the game computer. How do you select the "right" game? Although children may be specifying the exact make and model they want based on these slick advertisements, you may want to do some further in- vestigation and look for a game with multiple functions which the whole family can ADVISER MANEUVER CORNERS WITH THE STEP TURN for one person or the whole gang, consider these pointers: Choose a game appropriate to the age of the users. Don't rely solely on the recom- mendations on the box. Some young children may lack dexterity to play certain games or may not be able to understand the instructions. Some games labeled "adult" may be thoroughly boring after the first run-through. Invest in a system which of- fers a variety of games in a single unit or a game with different skill levels which offers greater challenges as you learn to play. Know how many players the game will accommodate. Many are designed only to handle one or two persons but those with keyboard controls can involve as many as four players. Play a game before you buy it. That's really the only way you can decide if it's a wor- thwhile investment. Many stores have demonstration models so you can see if you'll have as much fun as those you see playing in the ads. Consider the game's size. Would a hand-held model which can be slipped into a purse or backpack get the most use? Or will you be playing on a larger table as with a traditional game shorter the steps should be. Weight must be transferred from one ski to the other as the turn is made. Avoid lifting the entire ski or stepping for- ward. Simply move the ski tip ir. the turn and place all the 13ody weight on it. Then bring the other ski alongside and repeat the process. The step turn is the most widely used technique to go around a corner while moving forward. With weight on the heel to keep the tail of the ski down, and simultaneously pulling up with the toes, move the tip of the raised ski into the direction of the turn. The faster the speed the quicker and \\; Eastern Oivision-- Nordic Technical assistance provled by Professional Ski Instructors of America Norwich .firm is marketin00 Once you've chosen a game, compare prices. It pays to shop around because the cost of a given game can vary depending on where you buy it. Take the time to check on sales at catalog or department store outlets as well as at discount stores. If you notice a game priced very low in relation to most, check to see if it's truly "electronic." Rather than being a miniature computer, the game may be largely mechanical with lights and buzzers for window dressing. Check on the energy requirements. Many elec- tronic games run on batteries, a nine-volt transistor type or series of 1.5-volt AA types. Even using alkaline batteries, some games can cost as much as 60 cents per hour of use. Look for those which have "reminders" to turn off power switches or that shut them- selves off automatically. Also, check the game to see if it has a jack which will allow the use of an AC adapter, allowing you to plug into an ordinary household outlet when playing at home. You may have anold adapter which fits into the game's battery terminals but do check the manufacturer's instructions before using. An adapter of a voltage incorrect for the game can ruin a game's circuitry. Look for games with favorable warranty and return policies. You have the right to see the warranty before you buy for any con- sumer product costing more than $15. Check to see whether and for how long repair costs will be covered by the manufacturer and how complicated the repair or replacement process might be. Don't "toy" with your Christmas-gift dollars. Take time to know what kind of entertainment your money is buying before choosing the electronic game that will chirp, beep and buzz under your tree this year. (Editor's note: The in- formation presented here is for educational purposes only. Reference to commercial products or trade names is made with the understanding that no discrimination is in- tended and no endorsement by the University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension Service is implied.) IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE IN THE SECOND OPINION i lXlE THE TRADER "YOU CALL LAWN WOP/( VPY PEASO/VABLE. I'LL CALL HOUSE WO,@/( CHE'AP ANP WE'LL BOTN GO BA(SAIN HUNTIN6!" FOR YOUR WOODSTOVE SATIN BLACK FOR YOUR FURNACE GALVANIZED Thoughts on l004nter roofs byBILLCilRISTIANSEN game anyone can learn to into the att,ic, the heat is given Energy Outreach Advisor play. off into the "unheated" space. As I have traveled over the Houses that burn wood have Ustthly gable end vents southern part of the Northeast more icicles on the eaves than remove the heat. However, on Kingdom the past few years, I oil or electrically heated days when the temperature have become more than a houses. At first, one is tem- gets to about 25 degrees, the casual observer of snow on the pied to think, poor insulation, added heat inthe attic warms roofs of houses, and icicles at But usually this is not the the ridge of the roof just their eaves. Much can be case. A wood fire keeps the enough to start the snow learned about a house from chimney warm and once this melting. As the water runs these observations, and its a passes through the insulation (please turn to page 7A) SAVE MONEY, SAVE GAS. WITH ALl.SEASON ARRIVA FOR IMPORT CARS. Steel-belted radial construction. Even its footprint tells you it's different. GOODYEAR POWER STREAK 78 ! CLEARANCE. SAVE WHILE SUPPLY LASTS. Our best-selling diagonal- ply tire. Individual crossplies of tough polyester for strength. , Shoulder gripping edges for extra bite into curves. O;scortttnuod tread design Dilm or drum!  Includes: Install new front grease seals Pack front wheel bearings * Inspect hydrauhcsystem Add fluid Road test 2-Wheel Front Disc: IIsf;H rew frQnt brake DacJ, * esur lacl front rotors Inspect calipers " *66 4-Wheel Drum: Install new brake lining and resurface all four drums Most U S cars Many imports and light trucks 88 15 Parts and add, tlonal service extra if needed Inspect all four tires * Correct air pressure Set front wheel caster camber, toe te proper alignment hqspect steering and suspensioe systems Most U S cars Imp0fts with a(tluslable s0slYnsi0n Ii1ci0cles honl wheel (Iriv! Chevetles hght IILICkS and cars re{lutnnQ MacPhcrs0n Slru! c01ct0l exlra John's Sport Shop 00BLn'i00.A00D 750"00 AN UNBEATABLE _l . DEAL AT   " 340 CO Liquid Cooled EnEine 603447-2347 Swiftwater Rd.-Woodsville _ Dancing Starts At 8:30 P.M. Come Early- Stay Late - Have A Great Time! Take Your Favorite Lady Out To Enjoy... Saturday, ,Iaz "Black Velvet" For Your Reservations Call Before 7:00 P.M. (603) 747-2505 Or 747-2840 ] . RECLAIMS HEAT GOING UP CHIMNEY ,,,o%%,a. a pac00a00ea home aes00n . EASILY INSTALLED-TROUBLE FREE .0 NORWICH-- One of thenewer sheathing to which con- * THERMOSTAT CONTROLLED   a R --IF I J entries into the energy con- ventional siding, furnished . ^w^,=^a=,- ., ^.. "H,= e,Tce m n ;,,,.h ra El II Jim [,. r   U servative housing field in the with the packaRe, is then ........................... " ......... I U u uu00r I n Upper Valley area is Northern applied. - -" MADE IN MAINE by Dumont Industries of I IN, tnergy frames inc. of Nor- The same panel is used for Monmouth &  Vl[illb I I  I I UIlII  g VVU= wich. Working out of offices at the roOf as well, providing an @ I nUALITY PARTS SERVICE Y0U CAN DEPEN0N the corner of Main and Elm R-38 insulating factor 1 I " " " streets, the company is throughout the house The ..... ----N E Y (-r Bradford Tire & Auto marketing a highly energy panel layer, which is con- S A V E S H E A T - S A V I= 5 M U  :2 \\;\' !  ) efficient packaged home tinuous from below the  l p I i Ji , ( I 00/1!1/I1 o,.,,t _ system featuring a modified foundation sill, up the wall,  up u u v, I Center post anu. oeam frame and and over the eaves to the peak  | I! I1 n II .! I I ",;/1 Ill/l//l/ Ro,,tt, .. lower Plain  taminateapanem. . of the roof. is tihtlvfitted and.  . ,-,i I II l/ V ) I , ,(////////] ..... " --'- r- . Key man, |n the ftrm is Ed sealed by a spline and sealant J tll PIPklll@r"  ,J '-.' Bradford, Vermont 05033 " , HmmgotfneuordHill, whose method that provides a  z I i n , P I u I / P , t I r,,l R/}.99.OOOd early, oaczgrounu m the. field "nearly airtight box." " 7 | IL. 1 . |   |  I1... ) _ :." --_- ........ . mcludes study m en- Framing does not extend or ...... ., J  OpenMon, .PrL 8.SandSat. 8- 12 vironmental. . sciences, at (please turn to pga e 7A) ZZZ-44 Main Street Bradtora I t I I We Accept Master Charqe. & Vise i  Brandem Umverslty, courses =-'- I in energy conservation at .... " Total Environmental Action in Harrisville, N.lt., and prac- ,, tical experience in his own uear rlomeowner: construction business in the St. Johnsburyarea.  We realize how expehsive the cost of energy is today. It is one of the major causes of Huling, who designed and built one of the first solar home prototypes in the Northeast Kingdom, set out to design a passive solar energy home that would utilize south facing windows, snug in- sulation, and minimal secondary heat. The 2,000-foot elevations, brisk winds and low tem- Peratures of the northern Vermont winters afforded an ideal opportunity for testing and refining design and construction techniques. Considering the rapidly rising costs of on-site, custom construction, he soon recognized the advantages of adapting his design to in-shop mass production. The seven years of development that have gone into the new design have produced a construction system in which a continuous foam panel insulating blanket completely surrounds a post and beam frame, resulting in heating cost savings of 60-80 percent over a conventionally insulated home. The team panels, compare in size with a four-by-eight- foot sheet of plywood, but there is a eight-inch-thick layer of rigid polystyrene foam insulation laminated to the plywood, and a layer of tongue-and-groove pine paneling laminated to the foam. The three-piece "sandwich," in effect, becomes the interior finish surface of the building, the insulation, and the outer BRADFORD -WHITE RESIDENTIAL GAS WATER HEATERS / Below Wholesale Prices On All Models In Stock inflation, and is hitting all Americans right where it hurts.., our pucketbooks. 'lhere are several areas where we can hope to save energy and save money at the same time. One is the automobile, the second is our home ft:maces. "]'he obvious 1 {? c answer is tea replace these inefficient guzzlers as soon s possib,e. Many Am .rican..; will do that this year. The third way homeowners can save energy is to replace an inefficient water heater. Many families c]..-m't re.a]ize that thcir old water heater is costing them money. Most people wait unli] their ,.,ater heat,r leaks before replacing it. New wah:r heaters. uch as the line offered by Bradford-White, offer.  holneowners a better alternatiw: N,.t or,ly are f, ey built to be more efficient than models five to ten years old. but fi:'V offer you the choice of selecting the deree of efficiency you want to buy today. There's another plus, too. If your current hot water supply is insufficient, y,:n may be able to increase your tank capacity and save energy at the same time--simply' bp' replacing old ilefficient equipment. Xcbur family will love you for it. lake a kok at the enclosed brochure which explains the energv savings ot Bradford-Whitc water heaters. You can easily calculate the benefits of rep!acing now before your old unit wcrS out. rll be happy to help you determine the tank capacity that's fight for your family and give you a free cost estinate with no obligation. h I I I III I I II II I t eaturing Reliability And Energy Saving Efficiency For Today's Homeowners. BRADFORD OIL Corner. OF Rte. 5 & 25, Bradford Phone (802) 222-5251 Or (603) 787-6391