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Page 8A-The Second Opinion-January 27, 1982 Select your speed! Good Selection of used snowmobiles LAVOIE&apos;S SALES & SERVICE FSKII*00 ADVISER KEEP YOUR BALANCE IN VARYING TERRAIN To maintain a balanced body position for downhill gliding, crouch slightly with the knees on the heel and ball of the foot (A). If the terrain suddenly steepens, rock forward slightly to keep up with the accelerating ski If the hill quickly flattens out, rock slightly back at the instant it flattens. Another technique for maintaining balance during an abrupt terrain change is the modified telemark posi- tion (B). In this case, the slope transi- tion becomes less abrupt by reason of the skier spreading skis and body weight over a longer distance. Poles should be held to the side to function as outriggers and can be poked into the snow, as needed, to maintain lateral balance. A EARTHQUAKE DAMAGE under your Homeowners or Business insurance policy unless added specifically. The cost for EARTHQUAKE COVERAGE is reasonable and we could add it on for you. Eastern Reprinted with permission of Ski Magazine -- Technical ass!stance provided by Division-- '_ .o,..,oo., .,,.st,=to,so,.m.r,c..o.0,c ,--l'S (WI=  (  INSURANCE U|I kl llJ%J I 1 JNI I I . -- - I -" " -. - - ;- I I _ -/"Qi i i FredericClements, Agent / il- ) STOP IN AND PiCK UP YOUR COPY OF OUR -J " "/ i 4 a" 4 SUPER " VALUE DAYS CIRCULAR MAKEMUSl/   /It MII I ONTHEHARMONICA! if" - m , m l..dhm00 ivil a.,,la al, lrlllla Playing the harmonica is one of llfe's little pleasures. | jpTu'V  EU ....  , Most harmonicas aren't expensive, you can eaaily car- k ' WW  "-- , mma "t ry one in your pocket or purse, and, whenever you need "'= _ ......  ....... () , iP l r Ei   ' a lift or the spirit moves you, yourllttlemusicalcom-  HARI WARE 5TARES  illli.ABii IBAB Ilio panion will be right there ready to play a tune. bla  m m me mUiR i..-1 mum eu First, you need to learn how to hold the harp. Cradle  VU V li' iP'qEl- the instrument in a "ten-finger sandwich" by placing Your local independently owned True Value Hardware [1 your hands around it as if you're praying.. arrange tonl has national chain-buying power. the organ between your palms (with the "blow" part "   toward you) and aligned with your fingers. Then rotate Master Master Mast e ....  .u=m your hands one way or the other (whichever feels most ' MEHAmC MECHANIC      comfortable to you) so that one winds up with the fin- f- At- n H, i s I I II IIBkLLH gers on top of the mouth harp and the thumb on the ]k'/ . //L.--. II , ,IA lilB4BIr-II bottom., and the other hand is wrapped around the   /// I/,',1 J ; fl',-i IBIS| first with the heel of its palm squarely fac your - -' %. III Y ,'-Y III ll@n Bill _. mouth The high notes should be to your right This Nttk". /// / ?tT7 1 "'_'_'_ " lintlPlXli ''- A grip creates a sort of "chamber" around the harmoni- It III #i' / il " mmr  !1 ca. producinga richer tone. IleAl W, k !I! V,'l/i'-" / I Nlil-XlJI I II /_. The manner in which you"kiss" your instrument el- 'm   AP" .-,,,  /  ffiffiffiffiffi I I _' so has a lot to do with the sound you'll get out of it.   "iY I  I . = --..  - -_ The best way to get a pure note from your harp is to ex- 111.111  11 I , :;, I + I IrJ ! periment and practice until you've trained your llps :,'::..,, P rt,,n,,liail ,,,.,..,, ! W;...', / ,,,, l ?LIH  """ and your tongue to direct a breath of air (either in or AUJU IAII.I: )/flXlUfl/ 5A/O I i/i'/+ / o..rbo i i II.-rlilh  .__ out):tlough just onef the openings in yor ins tru- WRENCH PAW CLAW BAR ' I,";"..,Z/ ROUTER BIT SET ALUMINUM LEVEL men a a came. This wil proouce one sceaay, c san tone ..... after another which is what basic harmonica playing is Durable alloy'steel wrench 9-in. forged claw bar pulls [ T ; /  / Includes 2 straight, I veining, Preoslon edges and sides. 4 really all about with rust-resistant, chrom- nails, acts as mini-crowbar / / 1 corner round, 1 V-groove plumb and 2 level vials, Next. you'll want to get some emotions ..feelings ium finish MM91-10 Heat treated. MM130 / / bit. With case. MM5 heavy glass windows. 10117 . into your music. The simplest way to add this fla- . / i ear to your tunes is by varying the volume at which Master   Mastm / / Ii i A you play. Make your harp's sound rise and fall accord- ]MJl I / .. U:AmC / /  141HAI  Aft" ) ing to the character of the song. Expression can also be - 1  , I [  / ' ing tones made possible when using the "ten-finger  "k\\;%i f l i i /  ....... : i,m++d sandwich"grip. /16tlN %X,k / / i n-- -  Of course, when you really want to add something K i UAI.' t\\;,,, U # n i \\;", -- specml, you'll just have to teach yourself to play, some i " "\\; /. / \\;Nk II chords on your el' harmonica. To do so, you 11 need to __ ___ .X' f II.|IM P,-Pl" . ---- ,,' open your Ups enough to allow you to blow through [ I i me l '% IlPlAA%66=II'VB ..... J ' A#/" four of the organ's openings at once. At the same time, 1 - --  1  1 \\;,\%, 1.14111..1.1 1 1 U \\;\' //) II -- i  i " %..'.\\;",\\ V Iv vvv v T ,.\\;N,'\\',. / J /  i O though pressyour tongue up against the wooaen par-   '."k"% .. m = ....... m "! tl .Allf "k,\\;'x I//I IM titions on the instrument's front and use it to cover el-  --  \\;\\k H/IM l]lq JRlW | IPU/-. UI=JVV .k [I/" l--w ther the three holes to the left {if you want to add a low COPPER  10-IN.  "'.?'Jo.'e,,t.. HAMMER " ,- 1 th hlYO Ty :t;ff.,m   t;)o FINISH SQUARE PiPE WRENCH wi'7-w;i';;rT;;v;; (;d: R'"ckory handTe, 7"IN. TIN SNIPS "  "" mea- full- balanced with bell-faced Powerful snips for worlmhop For accurate cuts and Replaceable jaws, Nickel alloy steel, hardwood surementa. Steel with rust- floating hook for easy re- handle. MM10010/80 head. B16MM/RMM use. Polished blades, vinyl proof copper finish.C60OMM lease. Forged MM10 2B4n. 10-Pt Saw ..... 11.38 16-Oz. Rip Hammer .... 7.88 plastic coated gdpa. P77S chord), And then--while one corner or the other of your mouth concentrates on blowing a steady tone through the single hole that's uncovered--your tongue is moved {in rhythm!) to cover and uncover the other three openings, thereby adding and subtracting the high or low chord. That's right: To play chords you have to be able to do two things at once. It isn't easy.., but it sure can drive an audience wild! For FREE adOItionai Information on homemade music or on THE MOTHER EARTH NEWS magazine, aend y( l, n'mc and address and aak for Reprint No, 652: "How To Piay Harmonica". Mail to Doing MORE ... With LESS!, P.O. Box 70, Hend'sonvllte, N.C. 28791, or in care of this paper, Copyright 1982 THE MOTHER EARTH NEWS, Inc. I 1 :[lf-lilP[el d Jill STATi m v[itmNT #OTIC! TO CRt OITOItS DiTRIC1 OF BRADFORD, SS, 1o the Creditors of the Estate of Beonor folsom Lasell late of Newbury, deceosed. Andrew J, Jarrell of West Newbury, Vermom 05085 hereby states that he has been oppointed o personal representative of the above estate. All creditors having claims ogainst the above estate ore required to present the cloim in writin 9 within four nmnths after the date of he first publkotion hereof to the above personol representative at the above address or to the Rngister of the Probate Court at Wells River, VermonL or sold claim will be forever borred. Doled at Newbury this 21st doy of b03-989-3329 Rt. 10 Haverhill. N.H. I I!11 II I !1 I IIIIII I I I January, ) 982. Andrew J. Jorrefl ,, ou, w,,..ou,, :01 (;lean Up Savi?s-W00 . JAN. 2800h 30t LIGHTS FIBERGLASS SHOWER VANITY TUBS STALLS TOPS ELECTRICAL KITCHEN & VANITY WOOD BATH FAUCETS CABINETS FURNACES CHINA APPLIANCES SINKS WATER WOOD PLUMBING BOILERS 0 0 - 30%-40 % MORE rld0000 n CABINET& lfl IT lillm 1 lUl Jl Ik APPLIANCE 12 WATER ST. 603-448-5116 LEBANON, N.H. CASH & CARRY MON.-WED. 8-5 THURS. & FRI. 8-8 SAT. 9-4 ONLY MAIN STREET (802) 222.5527 BRADFORD, VI'. .llollail siOll s #2 Fuel Off '" i; _ \\;.  -'... _o .... .,,, Price i .is OJ. it) " , , ._d/ r-' .;-. /o_ ;.,I. o.. "'-'1 as. ...%- ..... ded Up C dit E re xten L O S1.1700 30 Days From DeliVery To Qualified Customers In Our Existing Service Area. '* ; .." o.../'. . ._ . - q / ',',. / 100 Gallon Minimum. #.2 Diesel =uei .. ' , io-. 4:" Price Sl 19, + ..o:, ": " \\; i/'. ,,ro . A,,o, w v v v v  v  v    v v  v  v v v 1 ,un<,,o.,,,, Bradford Oil Bradford, Vt. Company, lnc Or 603 787 6391 Page 8A-The Second Opinion-January 27, 1982 Select your speed! Good Selection of used snowmobiles LAVOIE'S SALES & SERVICE FSKII*00 ADVISER KEEP YOUR BALANCE IN VARYING TERRAIN To maintain a balanced body position for downhill gliding, crouch slightly with the knees on the heel and ball of the foot (A). If the terrain suddenly steepens, rock forward slightly to keep up with the accelerating ski If the hill quickly flattens out, rock slightly back at the instant it flattens. Another technique for maintaining balance during an abrupt terrain change is the modified telemark posi- tion (B). In this case, the slope transi- tion becomes less abrupt by reason of the skier spreading skis and body weight over a longer distance. Poles should be held to the side to function as outriggers and can be poked into the snow, as needed, to maintain lateral balance. A EARTHQUAKE DAMAGE under your Homeowners or Business insurance policy unless added specifically. The cost for EARTHQUAKE COVERAGE is reasonable and we could add it on for you. Eastern Reprinted with permission of Ski Magazine -- Technical ass!stance provided by Division-- '_ .o,..,oo., .,,.st,=to,so,.m.r,c..o.0,c ,--l'S (WI=  (  INSURANCE U|I kl llJ%J I 1 JNI I I . -- - I -" " -. - - ;- I I _ -/"Qi i i FredericClements, Agent / il- ) STOP IN AND PiCK UP YOUR COPY OF OUR -J " "/ i 4 a" 4 SUPER " VALUE DAYS CIRCULAR MAKEMUSl/   /It MII I ONTHEHARMONICA! if" - m , m l..dhm00 ivil a.,,la al, lrlllla Playing the harmonica is one of llfe's little pleasures. | jpTu'V  EU ....  , Most harmonicas aren't expensive, you can eaaily car- k ' WW  "-- , mma "t ry one in your pocket or purse, and, whenever you need "'= _ ......  ....... () , iP l r Ei   ' a lift or the spirit moves you, yourllttlemusicalcom-  HARI WARE 5TARES  illli.ABii IBAB Ilio panion will be right there ready to play a tune. bla  m m me mUiR i..-1 mum eu First, you need to learn how to hold the harp. Cradle  VU V li' iP'qEl- the instrument in a "ten-finger sandwich" by placing Your local independently owned True Value Hardware [1 your hands around it as if you're praying.. arrange tonl has national chain-buying power. the organ between your palms (with the "blow" part "   toward you) and aligned with your fingers. Then rotate Master Master Mast e ....  .u=m your hands one way or the other (whichever feels most ' MEHAmC MECHANIC      comfortable to you) so that one winds up with the fin- f- At- n H, i s I I II IIBkLLH gers on top of the mouth harp and the thumb on the ]k'/ . //L.--. II , ,IA lilB4BIr-II bottom., and the other hand is wrapped around the   /// I/,',1 J ; fl',-i IBIS| first with the heel of its palm squarely fac your - -' %. III Y ,'-Y III ll@n Bill _. mouth The high notes should be to your right This Nttk". /// / ?tT7 1 "'_'_'_ " lintlPlXli ''- A grip creates a sort of "chamber" around the harmoni- It III #i' / il " mmr  !1 ca. producinga richer tone. IleAl W, k !I! V,'l/i'-" / I Nlil-XlJI I II /_. The manner in which you"kiss" your instrument el- 'm   AP" .-,,,  /  ffiffiffiffiffi I I _' so has a lot to do with the sound you'll get out of it.   "iY I  I . = --..  - -_ The best way to get a pure note from your harp is to ex- 111.111  11 I , :;, I + I IrJ ! periment and practice until you've trained your llps :,'::..,, P rt,,n,,liail ,,,.,..,, ! W;...', / ,,,, l ?LIH  """ and your tongue to direct a breath of air (either in or AUJU IAII.I: )/flXlUfl/ 5A/O I i/i'/+ / o..rbo i i II.-rlilh  .__ out):tlough just onef the openings in yor ins tru- WRENCH PAW CLAW BAR ' I,";"..,Z/ ROUTER BIT SET ALUMINUM LEVEL men a a came. This wil proouce one sceaay, c san tone ..... after another which is what basic harmonica playing is Durable alloy'steel wrench 9-in. forged claw bar pulls [ T ; /  / Includes 2 straight, I veining, Preoslon edges and sides. 4 really all about with rust-resistant, chrom- nails, acts as mini-crowbar / / 1 corner round, 1 V-groove plumb and 2 level vials, Next. you'll want to get some emotions ..feelings ium finish MM91-10 Heat treated. MM130 / / bit. With case. MM5 heavy glass windows. 10117 . into your music. The simplest way to add this fla- . / i ear to your tunes is by varying the volume at which Master   Mastm / / Ii i A you play. Make your harp's sound rise and fall accord- ]MJl I / .. U:AmC / /  141HAI  Aft" ) ing to the character of the song. Expression can also be - 1  , I [  / ' ing tones made possible when using the "ten-finger  "k\\;%i f l i i /  ....... : i,m++d sandwich"grip. /16tlN %X,k / / i n-- -  Of course, when you really want to add something K i UAI.' t\\;,,, U # n i \\;", -- specml, you'll just have to teach yourself to play, some i " "\\; /. / \\;Nk II chords on your el' harmonica. To do so, you 11 need to __ ___ .X' f II.|IM P,-Pl" . ---- ,,' open your Ups enough to allow you to blow through [ I i me l '% IlPlAA%66=II'VB ..... J ' A#/" four of the organ's openings at once. At the same time, 1 - --  1  1 \\;,\%, 1.14111..1.1 1 1 U \\;\' //) II -- i  i " %..'.\\;",\\ V Iv vvv v T ,.\\;N,'\\',. / J /  i O though pressyour tongue up against the wooaen par-   '."k"% .. m = ....... m "! tl .Allf "k,\\;'x I//I IM titions on the instrument's front and use it to cover el-  --  \\;\\k H/IM l]lq JRlW | IPU/-. UI=JVV .k [I/" l--w ther the three holes to the left {if you want to add a low COPPER  10-IN.  "'.?'Jo.'e,,t.. HAMMER " ,- 1 th hlYO Ty :t;ff.,m   t;)o FINISH SQUARE PiPE WRENCH wi'7-w;i';;rT;;v;; (;d: R'"ckory handTe, 7"IN. TIN SNIPS "  "" mea- full- balanced with bell-faced Powerful snips for worlmhop For accurate cuts and Replaceable jaws, Nickel alloy steel, hardwood surementa. Steel with rust- floating hook for easy re- handle. MM10010/80 head. B16MM/RMM use. Polished blades, vinyl proof copper finish.C60OMM lease. Forged MM10 2B4n. 10-Pt Saw ..... 11.38 16-Oz. Rip Hammer .... 7.88 plastic coated gdpa. P77S chord), And then--while one corner or the other of your mouth concentrates on blowing a steady tone through the single hole that's uncovered--your tongue is moved {in rhythm!) to cover and uncover the other three openings, thereby adding and subtracting the high or low chord. That's right: To play chords you have to be able to do two things at once. It isn't easy.., but it sure can drive an audience wild! For FREE adOItionai Information on homemade music or on THE MOTHER EARTH NEWS magazine, aend y( l, n'mc and address and aak for Reprint No, 652: "How To Piay Harmonica". Mail to Doing MORE ... With LESS!, P.O. Box 70, Hend'sonvllte, N.C. 28791, or in care of this paper, Copyright 1982 THE MOTHER EARTH NEWS, Inc. I 1 :[lf-lilP[el d Jill STATi m v[itmNT #OTIC! TO CRt OITOItS DiTRIC1 OF BRADFORD, SS, 1o the Creditors of the Estate of Beonor folsom Lasell late of Newbury, deceosed. Andrew J, Jarrell of West Newbury, Vermom 05085 hereby states that he has been oppointed o personal representative of the above estate. All creditors having claims ogainst the above estate ore required to present the cloim in writin 9 within four nmnths after the date of he first publkotion hereof to the above personol representative at the above address or to the Rngister of the Probate Court at Wells River, VermonL or sold claim will be forever borred. Doled at Newbury this 21st doy of b03-989-3329 Rt. 10 Haverhill. N.H. I I!11 II I !1 I IIIIII I I I January, ) 982. Andrew J. Jorrefl ,, ou, w,,..ou,, :01 (;lean Up Savi?s-W00 . JAN. 2800h 30t LIGHTS FIBERGLASS SHOWER VANITY TUBS STALLS TOPS ELECTRICAL KITCHEN & VANITY WOOD BATH FAUCETS CABINETS FURNACES CHINA APPLIANCES SINKS WATER WOOD PLUMBING BOILERS 0 0 - 30%-40 % MORE rld0000 n CABINET& lfl IT lillm 1 lUl Jl Ik APPLIANCE 12 WATER ST. 603-448-5116 LEBANON, N.H. CASH & CARRY MON.-WED. 8-5 THURS. & FRI. 8-8 SAT. 9-4 ONLY MAIN STREET (802) 222.5527 BRADFORD, VI'. .llollail siOll s #2 Fuel Off '" i; _ \\;.  -'... _o .... .,,, Price i .is OJ. it) " , , ._d/ r-' .;-. /o_ ;.,I. o.. "'-'1 as. ...%- ..... ded Up C dit E re xten L O S1.1700 30 Days From DeliVery To Qualified Customers In Our Existing Service Area. '* ; .." o.../'. . ._ . - q / ',',. / 100 Gallon Minimum. #.2 Diesel =uei .. ' , io-. 4:" Price Sl 19, + ..o:, ": " \\; i/'. ,,ro . A,,o, w v v v v  v  v    v v  v  v v v 1 ,un<,,o.,,,, Bradford Oil Bradford, Vt. Company, lnc Or 603 787 6391