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Page 10-'ie Journal Opinion-February 4, 1981 E _"00ECTR CAL A ti .,ouo,.. o.,,. * 00/00ut-of-Doors !!tllt bYGaI'YW'Mr" i Sunset recommends end of New Hm.pshire Fish and Game Commission The New Hampshire Legislature's Sunset Review Com- mittee has said that the Fish and Game Commission should be eliminated and that the director be given more control. What will happen is anyone's guess, but under the law unless the legislature passes a bill this session to continue the commission then it will automatically be eliminated. I was told by several members of the legislature at the meeting in Concord I wrote about last week that they were not at all happy with the commission and would not he sorry to witness its demise. I have been surprised to learn just hew much different the responsibilities and duties of the New Hampshire com- mission are from these of the Vermont Fish and Game Wentworth-- Mr. and Mrs. Winston Brock of Vernon, Conn., were the guests of Mr. Breck's mother, Melissa Brock, on Sunday. Tennis enthusiasts will be delighted this summer because a light has been placed near the court behind the library. Mrs. Harold Brown had a family dinner party on Friday to celebrate the 93rd birthday of her mother, Nina Taylor. Formerly of Holderness, Mrs. Taylor now lives here with her daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Collier of New London, N.H, called on George Evers, Mr. Collier's cousin on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. David Brock of Shrewsburg, Mass., spent the weekend visiting Mrs: Breck's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bates and Mr. Breck's mother, Mrs. Grover Marcella lloffman 764-5795 public office are advised to notify the selectmen by Feb. 9, Carol Ann Bernier will ()pen her new shop Thurs., Feb. 12, at 9:30. Ilours will extend until 9:00 p.m. Called the Boutique on the Mall it is located in downtown Laconia. On opening day everyone is invited to enter and,register for the door prize, a fur jacket. A five-dollar gift certificate will be given with all pur- chases. Furs will be reduced 2O per cent. The Boutique is elegantly decorated having *crystal chandeliers, mirrored walls, handsome furniture and silver-gray carpeting. Mrs. Bernier will offer complete bridal service with experienced bridal con- sultants to help plan and coordinate a memorable wedding. Everything will be * Gary Moore (continued from page I ) to a conlmission designated as the Connecticut River Atlantic Salmon Commission. One is the executive officer of the administrative agency of each state charged with the management of the fisheries resources to which this compact pertains or his designee. The second is a citizen who shall have a knowledge and interest in Atlantic salmon to be appointed by the governor for a term of three years. The director of the northeast region of the Fish and Wildlife Service, United States Department of the Interior, or his designee and the director of the Northeast region of the National Marine Fisheries Service, United States Department of Commerce or his designee, are also mem- than 6o days prior to any The commission has the act as the coordinating member stateswith regular meeting of the power to recommend to the agency, other anadromous legislature of any signatory states stocking programs, The'commission using all their potential impact state, present to the governor management procedures and available means, is to en- potential impact of of the state its recom- research projects, courage acquisition by the fisheries and mendations relating to When two or, more states in member states of river bank, fisheries for proposed enactments 4o be the compact jointly stock river bedandaccessthereto, anadromous species made by the legislature:of the waters or undertake The commission will consult restoration of Atlantic state in furthering the intents cooperative management or with and advise the pertinent to the Connecticut and purposes of this compact, research, the commission will administrative agencies in the Basin. BUSINESS DIRECTORY PERRY'S OIL SFJIVlC[ Main St tL Z124r00l flnpLll pliance & IV Repair RIVER BEND SHOP X-C0untry Skits. , . . . Sc0 GU NS us000 Trapping- Reloading- Back Packing Board. In the Granite State the commission is much more of Breck. available from invitations, tiersofsaid commission. Pt. 5 So. Newbuly, VL an administrative body overseeing the department, whereas Mr. and Mrs. Mark Codaire apparel for the entire wedding . The duty of the commission Inlld " in Vermont the board is only regulatory and has no say in the became the parents of a son, party, real or silk flowers to is to ascertain from time to , .q-p running of the department. Philip James, on Friday, Jan. tuxedo rental and wedding time such methods, practices, " ,1 At the January meeting the commission also heard other 30 in Lowell, Mass. photography, circumstances and conditions *COMPONENT STEREO =CAR STEREO recommendations of the Sunset Commission, one of which There was extensive The Boutique will alsostock as may be disclosed for suggested thatFishandGametakeoverthetotalOHRV grooming of thesnowmobile dresses and separates with bringing aheuttherestoration The T%T Guy program which is now divided between three departments, trails over the weekend. The softer lines for the career of Atlantic salmon in the Jl. Executive Director Barry urged that the department keep club will have its regular women who prefer the more Connecticut River and its    QUALITY PI:)DUCTS & EIV--:E the enforcement and education components and add the meeting on Saturday, Feb. 7, feminine touch as well as tributaries, g] registration which it does not now have, but leave the trail at 7:00at Pine Haven. accessories and shoes. To promote the restoration, zZ . maintenance and grooming with another department. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gore Regular hours are from 9:30 preservation and protection of IIOA The commission members agreed with Barry andwillask entertained Mr. and Mrs. a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday Atlantic salmon in the Con- 4 r-) thelegislature to pass enablinglegislation. " James Solari of Newburyport, through Saturday and until necticut River Basin the Rte. 302Woodsville, N.H. -- 747-2233 BiUY Mass., and Stanley Chase of 9:00 on Thursday and Friday commission may draft and *ANTENNA SUPPtIES&INSTAU.ATION P_ II N TRADE Commission supports hunter education Amesbury. Mass evenings, recommend to the governors Persons wishing to file for of the various signatory states  SELL Igl U 11 : The Commission reaffirmed its support of the Hunter legislation to accomplish this Safety Program at the January meeting. They took the Ryegate Nancy Perkins end. ( Patten's Sporting Goods 5&l-3611 The commission shall, more  No. Haverhill, N.H. Tel.- (continued from page 7) CHA NSAWS formal action in response to some complaints that the mandatory program was hurting license sales and that too much was being covered in the classes.  ells Iier Salur(hiy evening In its statement the Commission said, "We support the cveni,g..inn. 24, torn week in ,,iih the I'asloral Nmninating ,, A parab/e Ballimore. Md.. where he will ('ommillee from South hunter safety program's efforts to train hunters to respect attend Massey Fcrguson Ityegate and Hyegate Corner. teontinued from page 4) landowners rights and wishes, to be safe, ethical sportsmen and to understand the role of hunting as a tool of game management. The hunter education program has to en- compass more than just gun safety." The program has won plaudits such as the Sunset Com- mittee statement. "Overall. this is one of the most effective programs reviewed by the staff during this cycle." In September the New Hampshire program was notified it had been judged to be among the top ten programs in North America and that it had received an AAA rating. This is the highest possible rating given by the International Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies. Busy day for commission During a long January meeting the commission was ap- prised of two hills that involve the deer herd. One would continue the present limited control given to the director for another two years and a second bill would give him complete control to set seasons, manner of taking and numbers and sex to be harvested. In other action the commmsion asked the governor and council to approve a contract to allow aerial stocking of sixty remote ponds. The members listened to Robert Carlson, the president of the New Hampshire Trappers, argue that beaver and otter trapping should be restricted to residents only. No action was taken at the time. Dr. Terry Haine of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service presented a pregram on acid rain. He said there was no need to, "panic yet," btfi'he Urged that the state not wait for a crisis situation before starting to combat the problem. In his words, "There is the potential for a big problem," Dr, Haines spoke of several ways to help the situation, One is chemical neutralization which costs about fifty dollars an acre and lasts three to five years. Another is increased stocking as reproduction is a problem with high acidity. This also would be costly and impossible if hatcheries must be closed. He spoke of'the development of acid tolerant trout and the stocking of eggs in lime chip lined hatching boxes. Both methods have promise, but certainly are no instant panacea. Results of New Hampshire deer season Even with a shortened season, hunters took 402 more deer in New Hampshire in 1980 than they did the year before. The preliminary figures show a harvest of 5,367 deer taken compared to 4,965 in 1979 DEER KILL BY COUNTY County t980 1979 Belknap 491 483 Carroll 7.20 666 Cheshire 559 549 Coos 590 315 Grafton 711 828 Hillsborough 530 401 Merrimack 656 663 Rockingham 499 438 Stratford 295 255 Sullivan 316 367 Vermont Federation to meet Service Sch(ml. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Smith, Mrs. Lee Frost, Mr. and Mrs. Brent Smith, Adam, .Ioshila. acid Aaron. Mr. and Mrs. (Taig |'owers. and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bailey, Lisa and l,ynn, all of Groton, and M r. arid Mrs Gordon Peterson at]d daughter 'rilm were guests of Mr. and Mrs Earl l,'rosl. Marie and Marcella Saturday evening, Jan. 24, to celebrate Marie's twelfth birthday. l)arcy Nelson and Timothy White attended the Caledonia ('ounly 4-[1 Dairy and I,ivcsh,ck Banquet in St. ,h,hnshury Thursday. Jan. 22. Mrs. Gene t'erkitm. Joe and (;re'don were Sunday dinner guesls Jan 25 of her parents Mr. and Mrs. llaroid Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Nelson spent the day Thursday, Jan. 2'2, in Randolph with hersister and brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. llarold Bowen and her niece Mrs. Edgar Rowe. Blue Mountain Grange No. (in Sunday morning members of the conunillt.  and lhcir st)(,nst,s allcndt, cl church at Ihe West Iat'ne{ (flitted l'resl)yleri;m ('lmrch. where lhe) lish'ned I, Hey liedding preach. Mrs. Kcuteth Nelson and (laulder Marry were over- night gut,sis Monday, Jan. 26, of her parcels Mr. and Mrs. l,'raiwis llaggarty in l'anton. En rotlle lhev had h,ncii willl Mi'..hill ll.iila and dauldiler IAturic in .lerit'ho and called on Mi's IQIgar ('rost)y. ,h'. and so,I I)aniel ii1 Vel'gOllni,s. Mr and Mrs Guy Lal)oui,ty ei'e suplter 14urals l.'riday, Jal,. 73. ill Mr. at,d Mrs, Ernest Soulhcr ii, lh'adford. 'l'id ilciiivais cclebr,led Ills sevenlll birthday Sunday. ,Jan. 25, with lhe following friends: Michael (Tocker of East llyei6ale. Ih'cnl Murray of (irOhili. JclTrey leraser of Soalh ityegalc. Grant Nelson, Mallhcw Nelsoil. l)ylau Ford. 7.ichtiry ilayer, and Peter (iales. Tile group enjoycl l)rt,nliscs lie porsnadcd them to disobey their King. Whel, tlisobe(lienee t)c- rurred, the Great King, in si(h,ess and sorrow, yet ill ot'coi'd with Ills Wo,'d, caused Ilis subjects h) Icave tho . ga,'den. As they left they were seized and lllaced in chains by an al2.elil tit the ruler Death one railed Sin. a lerrihle and Ino,lSll'ous fvtlow. The rebel i,rince insli'ut.ll,(I l)cath and Sin Io hold lheln in prison as hoslages to his own rebellious will and pride. Their captivity vt'ould in itself be evidence for his claim to equality with the Great King. It might even be construed that his cleverness had bested the King and nmneuvered l lira to defeat. The (;real King did not (leign to inuliediately crush the rebellion, ills actions, rather than iinmediate punishment u[ the rebel, were ill the interim! of His lost but still loved subjects, lie sent various enllssaricD to them U) 263 sponsored a card party cake aild ice cream at the their imprisonnlent. Though Friday evening Jan 24 with Beauvals and tt , v er ,']" ." I, ' : ;: : " " ' '" ' tell., ac- they were capti e and und nme)ala|es m play. In cnarge conipaiued tm Mr: at Mt. sentamee ([ that,the tff planning the evening $,as a th, m,e ileufivifm, Ati a,d mege v,'as  hat He, the comnuttee composed of Mr (,r , w , l , ' i : 1%1 cTd[ih, li:lil be ling at tile (" "eal King. loved them still. and Mls Wendell Clark Mr Y(ldslll, it ..... " .... !.. , , ' : '" t 1 )wlingAllevs. IXh,reovtr they were evtn vet and Mrs Reglnalo wnne Mr , . " . . , " " " , . , h's. (,u+ l,aboulllv, with h't', as lll(v had bc'n m the and Mrs. Warren McLure, Mr. I,i,da auL'it'r of dct'fersoli garden. Io choose loyaliy and ,lnd Mrs Edald Zuccalo I II , ' '" " " "'! " , li . ailcuded the ulonthly obtlience to tlim. They could and Pllsvtorth l rest Prizes i I ,e i , ,  " ' . ' " , " " lc ling if the Christian look to tlim for deliverance, t, ie awarded to mens o, s " ' i : V( I lee'.' I"elhiws]lip in St. though their imprisoned state high b. dward Zuccaro el nsb i % ' ....  " ''" ; J t ," n'y 'edncsday, Jan. asgrieveous. ' Mn'slow-DenzilWhitehill; 28. " " Then lie sent a rescue latdles hlgho MrthaMary I rost  , , "' iliw- "Jan; e 'iliiani Nelson atlended a Inission. The mission con- l,adits' -- ' nieeling of tim Cottage sisted of the Great King Ylyers" and Floating Prize-- Ihpital Board of Trustees lliniself in the person of His llarold Nelson. The next card pm'ty is planned for Friday evening, Feb. 6. The public is vcelcoule, Mrs. Robert Nelson, Tracy and ,lerenly of Lincoln, N.H., were luncheon guests Tuesday, Jan. 27. of her sister- in-law Mrs. Gone Perkins. ('a Ilers Thursday, Jan. 22, of Mrs. Alice Smith and Cedric Sniiih were her son and daughler-in-law Mr. and Mrs. [ienry Smilh arid their granddaugiHer Crystal A must meeting for those interested in Atlantic salmon will be the Vermont Federation of Sportsmen's Clubs Feffruary McAilister. all from North program. The Meeting will be this Sunday, February 8, at the tlyde Park. Neshobe Sportsman Club in Forest Dale near Brandon. Angelo Ineerpi, chief of fisheries for Vermont and Attorney Victor Anop of the Massachusetts Sportsmen's Council will be the guest speakers at the meeting, It will beinteresting to hear hat Anop has to say as it is Massachusetts that is having second thoughts about some aspects of a program that requires the cooperation of all the states along the river. A catered lunch will be served at 12:30 which is always a great lmy andthe speakers will be on at 1:45: The public is definitely invited to both the meal and the program. Mr. and Mrs. Fremont Nelson, I)arcy, Matthew, and Ethan rang the church'bells 52 times following the morning church service here Sunday, Jan. 25, in celebration of the safe release of the hostages. Yellow ribbons are also in evidence, fluttering from .,a, veral Irees ui the corn- n,unily. Hildah Bedard Mr. and Mrs. Walter Main, Lisoon ,,,, ,he." da.ghler and fimlily Mr. and Mrs. Gordon A.V,S.C.C. tl(Mge, D. Whilcomb, D. Page, Melissa and Steven Lunch andGames Welherbee. I. Goodrich, H, froth Groton. were guests at a There were 42 Ammonoosuc Aldrich. and M. tlunt, dinner parly Saturday Valley Seniors, including a Following, sandwiches, evening, Jan. 24. al the home new member, Isabel pickles, potatochips, andcake of Mr. and Mrs. Owen Winter Goodrich. who met on the were served by Doris Judd and son Jon in Barre to Lisbon Town Hall stage, and helpers. Games ended the celehrale Mrs. l'age's bir, President Wetherbee" an- day, with Melanie Mareoux Ihday. nounced that the Club now the big winner. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll numbers 141 paid members. On Feb. 4, free blood EaSllnan aud Darryl had as Edgar Clement tFierida) sent prtsures will be taken in the supper guesls Tuesday a thankyou for his card, and niornmg: and at 12:30 the evening Jan. 27. herdaughler- wrote an interesting note. Eva February birthday luncheon GARDEN EOUIPMENT Service ;; lamden, also in Florida, sent -"best wishes to the January :: babies, Two possible trips were 7 suggested: to the Gaspo ;Peninsula or to the Thousand Islands, and could be taken at various times. Also, Seniors ' could receive help in training in Energy classes. Mr. ilumphrey also sent J suggestions -- to help the eiderly with their I.R.S. %problems. Door prizes were won by F. Wetherbee, G. Higgilm. D Judd, E. Swinyer, M. Casweli. M, Presby, F. Aldrich. C Monday evening, Jan, 26. will be held: baked beans, franks, rolls, and birthday cake, Marion Callendar may lhu'risburg, i'enn., was an he ith us. too. Those to ,wernighl guest Friday and celebrate are Martin Salurday, Jan. 24-25. of Mr. Acanlpora, David Goldfeller, and Mrs. Itegimdd White. She I)ora Goldfeiler, Sarah Kurtz, had lunch Saturday with Mr. June Liberty, Acthur Snell. and Mrs. Kennelh Nelson and and Fred Snell. daughter Marcy and dined at ........ the [lappy Ilour ltestaurant in . Orford PTA (continued from page i) wilh their leaders led the metnbers in the Pledge of Allegiance. 'laey then told the group about recent troop achievements and presented Skill Awards to Alan Marsh C itizenship & Family Living) and l,ouny Sanborn Cam- pingt. Joseph tladley, Orford High School art leacher, gave a slick, lecture on fabric casting, a niethod (if producillg a mold of a person or persons by covering them wilh a plaster soaked cloth and letting it harden. Many impressive stalues and wall decorations were casl. using this novel nlethod. PTA plans for the year were discussed. Conunittces were set up t'or the May 9 'helarship dinner, which promises to be a gala affair for one and all. The agenda for the Feb. 12 meeting of Ihe PTA was discussed. Toni ['ease asked lhe niembers to subnlit lists of unanswered questions about the sehtfl. Mr. Fournier, the principal, will be present then, to res pond to these questions. Mrs. llischoff spoke about the pasl consolidation of the many one-room schoolhouses in-law and family Ml,-s. Gcm into the present Orfordville Perkms, GeneJr. andGurdon, building, and the forward- ltev. Marion Redding from,thinking adntinislrators and Iownspoople who made this possible. This historical parallel sparked intense discussion. The Ineoling was adjourned al 9:35 xilh a cake sale. MARCH OF DIMES According to the March of Dir, les, more than 60.0o0 detths occur annually because of birth defects among Americarmof all ages. ,%on. Alone. fie wrestled with, CHAIN SAW CENTER of the Connecticut Valley SALES-SERVICE- PARTS Jonsereds-$tihI-Partner-H usqvarna.Echo-Olym pic Robush & Lafont Log Splitters Skidder Chains & Cable Lawn and Garden Wheel Horse - Gilson - Hahn ""-We service all small engines RICHARDSON :E AGENCY, For all your/nsurance needs t'Or go r '! IC hclrdson Don Perry POin St. Brodford, filve Kelrfon, Jr. ! t Free Estimates ,-4I | Call 439;6204 l---/J i Bradford, Vt. l Fireplaces, chimneys, block foundations, brick wells and heorths. . Stonework, decks, re-modeling and pointing. al|d defeated the rebel pr|nce. lle lle then ' r ln of ,nl a the hostages ors hat ally for | CtOUG8 t | |t|TRl S BIv!f|,, 1 Elec00i00l Contractor kMtZ00.l il g00ll TORO GARAGE DOOR HOSMER BROS. WANDA'S REST H Bradford,Vt. 35 Ma*n Street We Is Women & Chl drer ivet, Vermont (802) 757-2283 Foot So-Port Dr. Scholl Miller 'umping Jacks 7341). 1 Xes [ ,llinee * Solutions by Tom Evslin (continued from page 4 ) u he,i I h, TC ;s 1 rh'a r, Ill ilger I t) sociel y. We ,llt'iely v.i,ri'(, arl't! iiuplit guilt This li,,i,iI hi ih) lllal carefully. 3.iid we nee(I Io isli'l Iran. - spl,cd Ille inhllci'.ibly long period belween llle iIo ,it,ll lo inlelid the Verlnonl ai'rl'sl and h-ial when frecdonl isabridged t'trnslilniioi, Ill alhlw prelrial delenlion ilhllulhlllliroofofguilt LAUNDRY ENERGY SAVERS Save energy by using the old.fashioned clothesline. As a bonus, clothes dried outdoors often seem fresher and cleaner than those taken from a mechanical dryer. Bradford, Vt. 05033 Tel. (802) 222-4584 Quality Products Available. SWEET SERVICE lle emerged froin conflict with the Inonster Sin without mark or scratch. Finally, overcame Death. |'eturncd to the throne room of tits Father, Messengers were sent to the slill imprisoned telling them that their captors had been overcome and that they could no longer be legally held. The penalty disobedience in the garden had since been wiped out. Their ransom had been paid. They were free. Those who so c hose would be brought home For a shorl time Sin and l lealh conlinued to hold sway while Ihe niessengers were pr(wlainling the g(,cl news to all of lhc iniprisoned subjects. But lhe power of Sin had been t'ancellt.-Death, though still poerful, could nol, after a final scourging, prevent the captives front being carried tnue by the King's winged servants. Nevertheless a grea! contpany of bostaes sl ill lingered in prison. Then (here was a stirring in Ihe courts of lleaven. The |u,s flash was: "Coming home.Y They came The scenes ,if welcome, em- bracing, rejoicing and reunion %el'e more than inorhll word can It, ll. Repairs & Installation A Specialty RICHARDSON ASSOCIAT[: I N C O R P O R A T E  Keriuit W. i{ichardson Anita S. pi %V, (filbert Cole Dale M. Miles Phyllis Ill Main Street, Bradford, Vermont 802-222-4043 _., Page 10-'ie Journal Opinion-February 4, 1981 E _"00ECTR CAL A ti .,ouo,.. o.,,. * 00/00ut-of-Doors !!tllt bYGaI'YW'Mr" i Sunset recommends end of New Hm.pshire Fish and Game Commission The New Hampshire Legislature's Sunset Review Com- mittee has said that the Fish and Game Commission should be eliminated and that the director be given more control. What will happen is anyone's guess, but under the law unless the legislature passes a bill this session to continue the commission then it will automatically be eliminated. I was told by several members of the legislature at the meeting in Concord I wrote about last week that they were not at all happy with the commission and would not he sorry to witness its demise. I have been surprised to learn just hew much different the responsibilities and duties of the New Hampshire com- mission are from these of the Vermont Fish and Game Wentworth-- Mr. and Mrs. Winston Brock of Vernon, Conn., were the guests of Mr. Breck's mother, Melissa Brock, on Sunday. Tennis enthusiasts will be delighted this summer because a light has been placed near the court behind the library. Mrs. Harold Brown had a family dinner party on Friday to celebrate the 93rd birthday of her mother, Nina Taylor. Formerly of Holderness, Mrs. Taylor now lives here with her daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Collier of New London, N.H, called on George Evers, Mr. Collier's cousin on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. David Brock of Shrewsburg, Mass., spent the weekend visiting Mrs: Breck's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bates and Mr. Breck's mother, Mrs. Grover Marcella lloffman 764-5795 public office are advised to notify the selectmen by Feb. 9, Carol Ann Bernier will ()pen her new shop Thurs., Feb. 12, at 9:30. Ilours will extend until 9:00 p.m. Called the Boutique on the Mall it is located in downtown Laconia. On opening day everyone is invited to enter and,register for the door prize, a fur jacket. A five-dollar gift certificate will be given with all pur- chases. Furs will be reduced 2O per cent. The Boutique is elegantly decorated having *crystal chandeliers, mirrored walls, handsome furniture and silver-gray carpeting. Mrs. Bernier will offer complete bridal service with experienced bridal con- sultants to help plan and coordinate a memorable wedding. Everything will be * Gary Moore (continued from page I ) to a conlmission designated as the Connecticut River Atlantic Salmon Commission. One is the executive officer of the administrative agency of each state charged with the management of the fisheries resources to which this compact pertains or his designee. The second is a citizen who shall have a knowledge and interest in Atlantic salmon to be appointed by the governor for a term of three years. The director of the northeast region of the Fish and Wildlife Service, United States Department of the Interior, or his designee and the director of the Northeast region of the National Marine Fisheries Service, United States Department of Commerce or his designee, are also mem- than 6o days prior to any The commission has the act as the coordinating member stateswith regular meeting of the power to recommend to the agency, other anadromous legislature of any signatory states stocking programs, The'commission using all their potential impact state, present to the governor management procedures and available means, is to en- potential impact of of the state its recom- research projects, courage acquisition by the fisheries and mendations relating to When two or, more states in member states of river bank, fisheries for proposed enactments 4o be the compact jointly stock river bedandaccessthereto, anadromous species made by the legislature:of the waters or undertake The commission will consult restoration of Atlantic state in furthering the intents cooperative management or with and advise the pertinent to the Connecticut and purposes of this compact, research, the commission will administrative agencies in the Basin. BUSINESS DIRECTORY PERRY'S OIL SFJIVlC[ Main St tL Z124r00l flnpLll pliance & IV Repair RIVER BEND SHOP X-C0untry Skits. , . . . Sc0 GU NS us000 Trapping- Reloading- Back Packing Board. In the Granite State the commission is much more of Breck. available from invitations, tiersofsaid commission. Pt. 5 So. Newbuly, VL an administrative body overseeing the department, whereas Mr. and Mrs. Mark Codaire apparel for the entire wedding . The duty of the commission Inlld " in Vermont the board is only regulatory and has no say in the became the parents of a son, party, real or silk flowers to is to ascertain from time to , .q-p running of the department. Philip James, on Friday, Jan. tuxedo rental and wedding time such methods, practices, " ,1 At the January meeting the commission also heard other 30 in Lowell, Mass. photography, circumstances and conditions *COMPONENT STEREO =CAR STEREO recommendations of the Sunset Commission, one of which There was extensive The Boutique will alsostock as may be disclosed for suggested thatFishandGametakeoverthetotalOHRV grooming of thesnowmobile dresses and separates with bringing aheuttherestoration The T%T Guy program which is now divided between three departments, trails over the weekend. The softer lines for the career of Atlantic salmon in the Jl. Executive Director Barry urged that the department keep club will have its regular women who prefer the more Connecticut River and its    QUALITY PI:)DUCTS & EIV--:E the enforcement and education components and add the meeting on Saturday, Feb. 7, feminine touch as well as tributaries, g] registration which it does not now have, but leave the trail at 7:00at Pine Haven. accessories and shoes. To promote the restoration, zZ . maintenance and grooming with another department. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gore Regular hours are from 9:30 preservation and protection of IIOA The commission members agreed with Barry andwillask entertained Mr. and Mrs. a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday Atlantic salmon in the Con- 4 r-) thelegislature to pass enablinglegislation. " James Solari of Newburyport, through Saturday and until necticut River Basin the Rte. 302Woodsville, N.H. -- 747-2233 BiUY Mass., and Stanley Chase of 9:00 on Thursday and Friday commission may draft and *ANTENNA SUPPtIES&INSTAU.ATION P_ II N TRADE Commission supports hunter education Amesbury. Mass evenings, recommend to the governors Persons wishing to file for of the various signatory states  SELL Igl U 11 : The Commission reaffirmed its support of the Hunter legislation to accomplish this Safety Program at the January meeting. They took the Ryegate Nancy Perkins end. ( Patten's Sporting Goods 5&l-3611 The commission shall, more  No. Haverhill, N.H. Tel.- (continued from page 7) CHA NSAWS formal action in response to some complaints that the mandatory program was hurting license sales and that too much was being covered in the classes.  ells Iier Salur(hiy evening In its statement the Commission said, "We support the cveni,g..inn. 24, torn week in ,,iih the I'asloral Nmninating ,, A parab/e Ballimore. Md.. where he will ('ommillee from South hunter safety program's efforts to train hunters to respect attend Massey Fcrguson Ityegate and Hyegate Corner. teontinued from page 4) landowners rights and wishes, to be safe, ethical sportsmen and to understand the role of hunting as a tool of game management. The hunter education program has to en- compass more than just gun safety." The program has won plaudits such as the Sunset Com- mittee statement. "Overall. this is one of the most effective programs reviewed by the staff during this cycle." In September the New Hampshire program was notified it had been judged to be among the top ten programs in North America and that it had received an AAA rating. This is the highest possible rating given by the International Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies. Busy day for commission During a long January meeting the commission was ap- prised of two hills that involve the deer herd. One would continue the present limited control given to the director for another two years and a second bill would give him complete control to set seasons, manner of taking and numbers and sex to be harvested. In other action the commmsion asked the governor and council to approve a contract to allow aerial stocking of sixty remote ponds. The members listened to Robert Carlson, the president of the New Hampshire Trappers, argue that beaver and otter trapping should be restricted to residents only. No action was taken at the time. Dr. Terry Haine of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service presented a pregram on acid rain. He said there was no need to, "panic yet," btfi'he Urged that the state not wait for a crisis situation before starting to combat the problem. In his words, "There is the potential for a big problem," Dr, Haines spoke of several ways to help the situation, One is chemical neutralization which costs about fifty dollars an acre and lasts three to five years. Another is increased stocking as reproduction is a problem with high acidity. This also would be costly and impossible if hatcheries must be closed. He spoke of'the development of acid tolerant trout and the stocking of eggs in lime chip lined hatching boxes. Both methods have promise, but certainly are no instant panacea. Results of New Hampshire deer season Even with a shortened season, hunters took 402 more deer in New Hampshire in 1980 than they did the year before. The preliminary figures show a harvest of 5,367 deer taken compared to 4,965 in 1979 DEER KILL BY COUNTY County t980 1979 Belknap 491 483 Carroll 7.20 666 Cheshire 559 549 Coos 590 315 Grafton 711 828 Hillsborough 530 401 Merrimack 656 663 Rockingham 499 438 Stratford 295 255 Sullivan 316 367 Vermont Federation to meet Service Sch(ml. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Smith, Mrs. Lee Frost, Mr. and Mrs. Brent Smith, Adam, .Ioshila. acid Aaron. Mr. and Mrs. (Taig |'owers. and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bailey, Lisa and l,ynn, all of Groton, and M r. arid Mrs Gordon Peterson at]d daughter 'rilm were guests of Mr. and Mrs Earl l,'rosl. Marie and Marcella Saturday evening, Jan. 24, to celebrate Marie's twelfth birthday. l)arcy Nelson and Timothy White attended the Caledonia ('ounly 4-[1 Dairy and I,ivcsh,ck Banquet in St. ,h,hnshury Thursday. Jan. 22. Mrs. Gene t'erkitm. Joe and (;re'don were Sunday dinner guesls Jan 25 of her parents Mr. and Mrs. llaroid Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Nelson spent the day Thursday, Jan. 2'2, in Randolph with hersister and brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. llarold Bowen and her niece Mrs. Edgar Rowe. Blue Mountain Grange No. (in Sunday morning members of the conunillt.  and lhcir st)(,nst,s allcndt, cl church at Ihe West Iat'ne{ (flitted l'resl)yleri;m ('lmrch. where lhe) lish'ned I, Hey liedding preach. Mrs. Kcuteth Nelson and (laulder Marry were over- night gut,sis Monday, Jan. 26, of her parcels Mr. and Mrs. l,'raiwis llaggarty in l'anton. En rotlle lhev had h,ncii willl Mi'..hill ll.iila and dauldiler IAturic in .lerit'ho and called on Mi's IQIgar ('rost)y. ,h'. and so,I I)aniel ii1 Vel'gOllni,s. Mr and Mrs Guy Lal)oui,ty ei'e suplter 14urals l.'riday, Jal,. 73. ill Mr. at,d Mrs, Ernest Soulhcr ii, lh'adford. 'l'id ilciiivais cclebr,led Ills sevenlll birthday Sunday. ,Jan. 25, with lhe following friends: Michael (Tocker of East llyei6ale. Ih'cnl Murray of (irOhili. JclTrey leraser of Soalh ityegalc. Grant Nelson, Mallhcw Nelsoil. l)ylau Ford. 7.ichtiry ilayer, and Peter (iales. Tile group enjoycl l)rt,nliscs lie porsnadcd them to disobey their King. Whel, tlisobe(lienee t)c- rurred, the Great King, in si(h,ess and sorrow, yet ill ot'coi'd with Ills Wo,'d, caused Ilis subjects h) Icave tho . ga,'den. As they left they were seized and lllaced in chains by an al2.elil tit the ruler Death one railed Sin. a lerrihle and Ino,lSll'ous fvtlow. The rebel i,rince insli'ut.ll,(I l)cath and Sin Io hold lheln in prison as hoslages to his own rebellious will and pride. Their captivity vt'ould in itself be evidence for his claim to equality with the Great King. It might even be construed that his cleverness had bested the King and nmneuvered l lira to defeat. The (;real King did not (leign to inuliediately crush the rebellion, ills actions, rather than iinmediate punishment u[ the rebel, were ill the interim! of His lost but still loved subjects, lie sent various enllssaricD to them U) 263 sponsored a card party cake aild ice cream at the their imprisonnlent. Though Friday evening Jan 24 with Beauvals and tt , v er ,']" ." I, ' : ;: : " " ' '" ' tell., ac- they were capti e and und nme)ala|es m play. In cnarge conipaiued tm Mr: at Mt. sentamee ([ that,the tff planning the evening $,as a th, m,e ileufivifm, Ati a,d mege v,'as  hat He, the comnuttee composed of Mr (,r , w , l , ' i : 1%1 cTd[ih, li:lil be ling at tile (" "eal King. loved them still. and Mls Wendell Clark Mr Y(ldslll, it ..... " .... !.. , , ' : '" t 1 )wlingAllevs. IXh,reovtr they were evtn vet and Mrs Reglnalo wnne Mr , . " . . , " " " , . , h's. (,u+ l,aboulllv, with h't', as lll(v had bc'n m the and Mrs. Warren McLure, Mr. I,i,da auL'it'r of dct'fersoli garden. Io choose loyaliy and ,lnd Mrs Edald Zuccalo I II , ' '" " " "'! " , li . ailcuded the ulonthly obtlience to tlim. They could and Pllsvtorth l rest Prizes i I ,e i , ,  " ' . ' " , " " lc ling if the Christian look to tlim for deliverance, t, ie awarded to mens o, s " ' i : V( I lee'.' I"elhiws]lip in St. though their imprisoned state high b. dward Zuccaro el nsb i % ' ....  " ''" ; J t ," n'y 'edncsday, Jan. asgrieveous. ' Mn'slow-DenzilWhitehill; 28. " " Then lie sent a rescue latdles hlgho MrthaMary I rost  , , "' iliw- "Jan; e 'iliiani Nelson atlended a Inission. The mission con- l,adits' -- ' nieeling of tim Cottage sisted of the Great King Ylyers" and Floating Prize-- Ihpital Board of Trustees lliniself in the person of His llarold Nelson. The next card pm'ty is planned for Friday evening, Feb. 6. The public is vcelcoule, Mrs. Robert Nelson, Tracy and ,lerenly of Lincoln, N.H., were luncheon guests Tuesday, Jan. 27. of her sister- in-law Mrs. Gone Perkins. ('a Ilers Thursday, Jan. 22, of Mrs. Alice Smith and Cedric Sniiih were her son and daughler-in-law Mr. and Mrs. [ienry Smilh arid their granddaugiHer Crystal A must meeting for those interested in Atlantic salmon will be the Vermont Federation of Sportsmen's Clubs Feffruary McAilister. all from North program. The Meeting will be this Sunday, February 8, at the tlyde Park. Neshobe Sportsman Club in Forest Dale near Brandon. Angelo Ineerpi, chief of fisheries for Vermont and Attorney Victor Anop of the Massachusetts Sportsmen's Council will be the guest speakers at the meeting, It will beinteresting to hear hat Anop has to say as it is Massachusetts that is having second thoughts about some aspects of a program that requires the cooperation of all the states along the river. A catered lunch will be served at 12:30 which is always a great lmy andthe speakers will be on at 1:45: The public is definitely invited to both the meal and the program. Mr. and Mrs. Fremont Nelson, I)arcy, Matthew, and Ethan rang the church'bells 52 times following the morning church service here Sunday, Jan. 25, in celebration of the safe release of the hostages. Yellow ribbons are also in evidence, fluttering from .,a, veral Irees ui the corn- n,unily. Hildah Bedard Mr. and Mrs. Walter Main, Lisoon ,,,, ,he." da.ghler and fimlily Mr. and Mrs. Gordon A.V,S.C.C. tl(Mge, D. Whilcomb, D. Page, Melissa and Steven Lunch andGames Welherbee. I. Goodrich, H, froth Groton. were guests at a There were 42 Ammonoosuc Aldrich. and M. tlunt, dinner parly Saturday Valley Seniors, including a Following, sandwiches, evening, Jan. 24. al the home new member, Isabel pickles, potatochips, andcake of Mr. and Mrs. Owen Winter Goodrich. who met on the were served by Doris Judd and son Jon in Barre to Lisbon Town Hall stage, and helpers. Games ended the celehrale Mrs. l'age's bir, President Wetherbee" an- day, with Melanie Mareoux Ihday. nounced that the Club now the big winner. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll numbers 141 paid members. On Feb. 4, free blood EaSllnan aud Darryl had as Edgar Clement tFierida) sent prtsures will be taken in the supper guesls Tuesday a thankyou for his card, and niornmg: and at 12:30 the evening Jan. 27. herdaughler- wrote an interesting note. Eva February birthday luncheon GARDEN EOUIPMENT Service ;; lamden, also in Florida, sent -"best wishes to the January :: babies, Two possible trips were 7 suggested: to the Gaspo ;Peninsula or to the Thousand Islands, and could be taken at various times. Also, Seniors ' could receive help in training in Energy classes. Mr. ilumphrey also sent J suggestions -- to help the eiderly with their I.R.S. %problems. Door prizes were won by F. Wetherbee, G. Higgilm. D Judd, E. Swinyer, M. Casweli. M, Presby, F. Aldrich. C Monday evening, Jan, 26. will be held: baked beans, franks, rolls, and birthday cake, Marion Callendar may lhu'risburg, i'enn., was an he ith us. too. Those to ,wernighl guest Friday and celebrate are Martin Salurday, Jan. 24-25. of Mr. Acanlpora, David Goldfeller, and Mrs. Itegimdd White. She I)ora Goldfeiler, Sarah Kurtz, had lunch Saturday with Mr. June Liberty, Acthur Snell. and Mrs. Kennelh Nelson and and Fred Snell. daughter Marcy and dined at ........ the [lappy Ilour ltestaurant in . Orford PTA (continued from page i) wilh their leaders led the metnbers in the Pledge of Allegiance. 'laey then told the group about recent troop achievements and presented Skill Awards to Alan Marsh Citizenship & F amily Living) and l,ouny Sanborn Cam- pingt. Joseph tladley, Orford High School art leacher, gave a slick, lecture on fabric casting, a niethod (if producillg a mold of a person or persons by covering them wilh a plaster soaked cloth and letting it harden. Many impressive stalues and wall decorations were casl. using this novel nlethod. PTA plans for the year were discussed. Conunittces were set up t'or the May 9 'helarship dinner, which promises to be a gala affair for one and all. The agenda for the Feb. 12 meeting of Ihe PTA was discussed. Toni ['ease asked lhe niembers to subnlit lists of unanswered questions about the sehtfl. Mr. Fournier, the principal, will be present then, to res pond to these questions. Mrs. llischoff spoke about the pasl consolidation of the many one-room schoolhouses in-law and family Ml,-s. Gcm into the present Orfordville Perkms, GeneJr. andGurdon, building, and the forward- ltev. Marion Redding from,thinking adntinislrators and Iownspoople who made this possible. This historical parallel sparked intense discussion. The Ineoling was adjourned al 9:35 xilh a cake sale. MARCH OF DIMES According to the March of Dir, les, more than 60.0o0 detths occur annually because of birth defects among Americarmof all ages. ,%on. Alone. fie wrestled with, CHAIN SAW CENTER of the Connecticut Valley SALES-SERVICE- PARTS Jonsereds-$tihI-Partner-H usqvarna.Echo-Olym pic Robush & Lafont Log Splitters Skidder Chains & Cable Lawn and Garden Wheel Horse - Gilson - Hahn ""-We service all small engines RICHARDSON :E AGENCY, For all your/nsurance needs t'Or go r '! IC hclrdson Don Perry POin St. Brodford, filve Kelrfon, Jr. ! t Free Estimates ,-4I | Call 439;6204 l---/J i Bradford, Vt. l Fireplaces, chimneys, block foundations, brick wells and heorths. . Stonework, decks, re-modeling and pointing. al|d defeated the rebel pr|nce. lle lle then ' r ln of ,nl a the hostages ors hat ally for | CtOUG8 t | |t|TRl S BIv!f|,, 1 Elec00i00l Contractor kMtZ00.l il g00ll TORO GARAGE DOOR HOSMER BROS. 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Finally, overcame Death. |'eturncd to the throne room of tits Father, Messengers were sent to the slill imprisoned telling them that their captors had been overcome and that they could no longer be legally held. The penalty disobedience in the garden had since been wiped out. Their ransom had been paid. They were free. Those who so c hose would be brought home For a shorl time Sin and l lealh conlinued to hold sway while Ihe niessengers were pr(wlainling the g(,cl news to all of lhc iniprisoned subjects. But lhe power of Sin had been t'ancellt.-Death, though still poerful, could nol, after a final scourging, prevent the captives front being carried tnue by the King's winged servants. Nevertheless a grea! contpany of bostaes sl ill lingered in prison. Then (here was a stirring in Ihe courts of lleaven. The |u,s flash was: "Coming home.Y They came The scenes ,if welcome, em- bracing, rejoicing and reunion %el'e more than inorhll word can It, ll. 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