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Page 8A-The Second Opinion-February I0, 1982 2# SURVIVAl- Captain Shauger displays an array of survival gear that goes with the pilot on every flight. :k Newbury man combia00es rural life with flight (continued from page 7A) Tyndall Air Force Base in Florida for re-qualification. It had been six years since he bad flown anything military. ttis training was in the T-33 Starfighter. When he returned :9 Vermont and Air National Guard life, he continued to fly i the T-33 for about six months before being checked out in ',:. ::' ,,, : the B-57 Canbera. He's been , flying that aircraft ever since '-. through December of 1981 :- when the B-5Ts were phased out. "As a guardsman, I have done more strange field flying than ever before", says Shauger He puts in 99 days a year as a captain in the Air Guard lle was part-time in the summer and full-time during the winter months by his own choice. Shauger says, "I guess I'm old-fashioned, I think we have an obligation. I guess I'm patriotic. It's also a paycheck.'" According to Shanger, the Guard and Reserve perform more than half the Air Force mission. He says, "Sixty percent of this nation's air defense is handled by the Guard." "The Air National Ccuard works for me," Shauger says. "If I can't make a February drill, I could have made it up m January or make it up in March, as long as it is in the same quarter." Shauger feels that if you are doing something you like to do, then it's worthwhile. He said, "If I Shauger's reactions to the over gently and look at the it) but they also help to keep arrival of the F-4D Phantom is world from the bottom up or 'em flying. mixed. He says, "The just cruise along at 350:mph sophistication of the F-4D andenjoy the scenery." EDITOR'S NOTE-- In future should take away from the Shauger will soon travel to issues, we'll look at other flying "fun". "The B-57 was a Kansas to he re-educated in individuals and their career 'fun' machine, and very supersonic flight. The family with the Vermont Air National response. You could roll it will rrfiss him (they are use to Guard. ' MILLER'S STORE SALE Bailer twine coming the last of April. Cash $20.00 for either 9,000 or I0,000 feet. After the price will be $20.50. Must order at once. A LAYMAN'S GUIDE TO THE Statement couldn't fly, I don't think I Condition would enjoy it much." / STOREWIDE However, he is eager to add that it takes all skills to make those machines fly as well as SUIT SALE they do, and that is because of the talents of other individuals who are equally as dedicated to a worthwhile job. Mixed emotions Smith Auto ... th Anniversary 1907-1982 Stocking the largest inventory 30% off BOTANY 500 " ASHER HUBBARD V-LINE " PENN STATE We have a size to fit you. Regular, Tall, Short, Portly and Extra Big. Alterations at a small additional charge All sales cash or bank credit card 00r|qq00 " [tb. in n litr itwr lrt. lmmml 295-71OO in our historyl Over 75 brand new Buleks and Oldsmobilesl Smith Auto Sales Hanover Road, Lebanon, NH. "Generations of fine service" Auto Body Man Size PRICE HERE AT BRADFORD TIRE Brian Taylor KEEPS ITS FEET EVEN IN THE RAIN $ Plus FET and aM tire 155-80R13 $54.75 $1.53 85-80R13 $58.50 $1.92 $2.18 195-80RI4 72.75 205-75R14 $77.00 225-75R15 $88.50 235-75R15 $..50 75 $2.34 Size 1 55/80R13 Whitewall, plus :$1153 FET, and old tire $2.78 Gas-saving radial ply construction Sure-footed wet traction tread Penetration resistance of steel cord belts ALL WHITEWALLS IALIGNMENTI '15 n RE(;. $19.88 Most U.S. and some import light trucks. Align front wheels, set caster, camber, and toe-in. Parts extra if needed. I I I II I I BRAKES ....... ..... WHEEL BRADFORD NATIONAL BANK DECEM BER 31, 1981 The collection at numbers printed below is considered almost meaningless by almost everyone. In the interest of education and a better understanding, Bradford National Bank herewith presents a generalized introduction of how to read and understand a Statement of Condition. Other statements you see may not be as impressive as ours, but they all work the same way. All our assets- that'sa[  / I ot money ! 1 Cash and deposits we] have at the Federal I Reserve Bank and other banks. J I This is how your money earns interest. We in- vest it soundly by making loans to people and businesses-this helps us all to prosper- and by buying bonds o[ i townshlps, school districts and the This guide brought to you as a public service by the officers and directors of the Bradford National Bank. ASSETS 1HOUSAS OF DOLR5 1981 Cash and due from depository institutions ...... $ 1,733 U.S. Treasury securities ......................... 6,825 [-64- percent of your' Obligations of other U.S. GovernmelJt agencies and [deposits have been corporations ...................................... 334 lreinvested in loans and Obligations of States and political subdivisions .  mortgages in the in the United States .............................. 2,702/ ] communities we serve All other securities ................................. 25to fuel the economy. Federal funds sold and securities purchased under  agreements to resell ............................ None Loans, Total (excluding unearned income) .... 17,445 Less: Allowance for possible loan losses ......... 128 Loans, Net ................................... 17,317 Lease financing receivables ..................... None Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing bank premises ................ 698 Real estate owned other than bank premises ........ 28 All other assets ................................... 458 TOTAL ASSETS ............................... $30,120 Government. __---- LIABILITIES i - .Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, What the bank owes to j  and corporations ................... :... *. :... :.. :4,0 $1"s. / Time and savings deposits of individuals, partner- j  ships, and corporations ......................... 19,792 The money individuals, Deposits of United States Government .............. 22 c o m p a n i s a n d Deposits of States and political subdivisions in munlclpallfles deposit the United States ................................ 2,323 with us (checking ac- All other deposits ............................... None Deposits grew 13 per- cent over the same date last year -- well above the average of many banks. More people every day have con- fidence in our Bank and enjoy exclusive banking services. Above average increase of over 14 percent in total worth this year, indicates business and service growth continue their rapid pace at one counts, saving cer- Certified and officers' checks ...................... 250 , ,,. _o, ....... =__ 27 017 ..... , ..,*,:, I;-uwmg J tificates of deposit, TotalDeposits ................................... banks inthisarea jregular passbook Total demand deposits ......................... 5,081  I savings. ) Total time and savings deposits ............... 21,936 / [ Federal funds purchased and securities // Loan income Collected ( sold under agreements to repurchase .............. 322 / I but not - et earned I Interest-bearing demand notes (note balances) issued / [ .  I to the U.S. Treasury and other liabilities for borrowed " / I money ............................................ 273 / [ Mortgage indebtedness and liability for capitalized / / J These figures represent J leas.es.. ;...,....::.. ................................ N034 / [the invested and re- I Anomeraanmues ................................ / invested funds of our I steckhoiders I TOTAL LIABILITIES excluding subordinated notes / I I  I and debentures) ................................ 27,916 / I  Subordinated notes and debentures ................ 200 / learnings in' excess of 1  EQUITY CAPITAL / [ dividends, or as | Preferred stock No. shares outstanding None [ businessmen say, that [ Common stock No. shares authorized 25,000 [ part of profits "plowed| No. shares outstanding 25,000 i back in" to keep im- t . ,.,,. i i r B nk Surplus ........................................... uuv roving" our a I "-Undivided profits and reserve for contingencies and / I other capital reserves ........................... 1,154 TOTAL EQUITY CAPITAL ...................... 2,004 You'll notice this figure I TOTAL LIABILITIES equals total assets. It J AND EQUITYCAPITAL ...................... $30,120 balances and it is I supposed to. A ] .......... .Statement. of Condition [ MMo=t,.r-uA is a bank's form of an ] Amounts outstanding as of report date: :i:e?ntnng balance I Standby letters of credit, total .................... 58 ..... Time certificates of deposit in denominations of $100.000 or more ................................. 1,680 Other time deposits in amounts of $100,000 or more ...... ' ...................... None Average for 30 calendar days j ...or calendar month) ending with report date: / Total deposits ............................... $20,606 Member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation "Our Middle Name Is National" BRADFOR NATI00 .' Bradfmd 222-5231 Fairtee 333-4379 1"hotforO 785-2112 Newbury 866-5672 ''- By banking with us, L, / , Deposits insureO to MEMBER FI 'Olt're making it easy for us to o ottr job. We thank Vott. BALANCE $400 -... REG. $8.00 Corecta shakes and shim- my, Improves tire life and wear. Balanced electronic- ally and weights installed as needed. o *66oo RE(;. $88.00 2-wheel front disc or 4-wheel drum. Pads or lin- ings as required, plus com- plete system Inspection. I I I il IIII I QUALITY PARTS-SERVICE YOU CAN DEPEND ONZ Bradford..re Auto 00ervice Ceon:e, Route 5 Lower Plain Bradford, Vermont 05 3  We Accept Master Char,qe & Visa Page 8A-The Second Opinion-February I0, 1982 2# SURVIVAl- Captain Shauger displays an array of survival gear that goes with the pilot on every flight. :k Newbury man combia00es rural life with flight (continued from page 7A) Tyndall Air Force Base in Florida for re-qualification. It had been six years since he bad flown anything military. ttis training was in the T-33 Starfighter. When he returned :9 Vermont and Air National Guard life, he continued to fly i the T-33 for about six months before being checked out in ',:. ::' ,,, : the B-57 Canbera. He's been , flying that aircraft ever since '-. through December of 1981 :- when the B-5Ts were phased out. "As a guardsman, I have done more strange field flying than ever before", says Shauger He puts in 99 days a year as a captain in the Air Guard lle was part-time in the summer and full-time during the winter months by his own choice. Shauger says, "I guess I'm old-fashioned, I think we have an obligation. I guess I'm patriotic. It's also a paycheck.'" According to Shanger, the Guard and Reserve perform more than half the Air Force mission. He says, "Sixty percent of this nation's air defense is handled by the Guard." "The Air National Ccuard works for me," Shauger says. "If I can't make a February drill, I could have made it up m January or make it up in March, as long as it is in the same quarter." Shauger feels that if you are doing something you like to do, then it's worthwhile. He said, "If I Shauger's reactions to the over gently and look at the it) but they also help to keep arrival of the F-4D Phantom is world from the bottom up or 'em flying. mixed. He says, "The just cruise along at 350:mph sophistication of the F-4D andenjoy the scenery." EDITOR'S NOTE-- In future should take away from the Shauger will soon travel to issues, we'll look at other flying "fun". "The B-57 was a Kansas to he re-educated in individuals and their career 'fun' machine, and very supersonic flight. The family with the Vermont Air National response. You could roll it will rrfiss him (they are use to Guard. ' MILLER'S STORE SALE Bailer twine coming the last of April. Cash $20.00 for either 9,000 or I0,000 feet. After the price will be $20.50. Must order at once. A LAYMAN'S GUIDE TO THE Statement couldn't fly, I don't think I Condition would enjoy it much." / STOREWIDE However, he is eager to add that it takes all skills to make those machines fly as well as SUIT SALE they do, and that is because of the talents of other individuals who are equally as dedicated to a worthwhile job. Mixed emotions Smith Auto ... th Anniversary 1907-1982 Stocking the largest inventory 30% off BOTANY 500 " ASHER HUBBARD V-LINE " PENN STATE We have a size to fit you. Regular, Tall, Short, Portly and Extra Big. Alterations at a small additional charge All sales cash or bank credit card 00r|qq00 " [tb. in n litr itwr lrt. lmmml 295-71OO in our historyl Over 75 brand new Buleks and Oldsmobilesl Smith Auto Sales Hanover Road, Lebanon, NH. "Generations of fine service" Auto Body Man Size PRICE HERE AT BRADFORD TIRE Brian Taylor KEEPS ITS FEET EVEN IN THE RAIN $ Plus FET and aM tire 155-80R13 $54.75 $1.53 85-80R13 $58.50 $1.92 $2.18 195-80RI4 72.75 205-75R14 $77.00 225-75R15 $88.50 235-75R15 $..50 75 $2.34 Size 1 55/80R13 Whitewall, plus :$1153 FET, and old tire $2.78 Gas-saving radial ply construction Sure-footed wet traction tread Penetration resistance of steel cord belts ALL WHITEWALLS IALIGNMENTI '15 n RE(;. $19.88 Most U.S. and some import light trucks. Align front wheels, set caster, camber, and toe-in. Parts extra if needed. I I I II I I BRAKES ....... ..... WHEEL BRADFORD NATIONAL BANK DECEM BER 31, 1981 The collection at numbers printed below is considered almost meaningless by almost everyone. In the interest of education and a better understanding, Bradford National Bank herewith presents a generalized introduction of how to read and understand a Statement of Condition. Other statements you see may not be as impressive as ours, but they all work the same way. All our assets- that'sa[  / I ot money ! 1 Cash and deposits we] have at the Federal I Reserve Bank and other banks. J I This is how your money earns interest. We in- vest it soundly by making loans to people and businesses-this helps us all to prosper- and by buying bonds o[ i townshlps, school districts and the This guide brought to you as a public service by the officers and directors of the Bradford National Bank. ASSETS 1HOUSAS OF DOLR5 1981 Cash and due from depository institutions ...... $ 1,733 U.S. Treasury securities ......................... 6,825 [-64- percent of your' Obligations of other U.S. GovernmelJt agencies and [deposits have been corporations ...................................... 334 lreinvested in loans and Obligations of States and political subdivisions .  mortgages in the in the United States .............................. 2,702/ ] communities we serve All other securities ................................. 25to fuel the economy. Federal funds sold and securities purchased under  agreements to resell ............................ None Loans, Total (excluding unearned income) .... 17,445 Less: Allowance for possible loan losses ......... 128 Loans, Net ................................... 17,317 Lease financing receivables ..................... None Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing bank premises ................ 698 Real estate owned other than bank premises ........ 28 All other assets ................................... 458 TOTAL ASSETS ............................... $30,120 Government. __---- LIABILITIES i - .Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, What the bank owes to j  and corporations ................... :... *. :... :.. :4,0 $1"s. / Time and savings deposits of individuals, partner- j  ships, and corporations ......................... 19,792 The money individuals, Deposits of United States Government .............. 22 c o m p a n i s a n d Deposits of States and political subdivisions in munlclpallfles deposit the United States ................................ 2,323 with us (checking ac- All other deposits ............................... None Deposits grew 13 per- cent over the same date last year -- well above the average of many banks. More people every day have con- fidence in our Bank and enjoy exclusive banking services. Above average increase of over 14 percent in total worth this year, indicates business and service growth continue their rapid pace at one counts, saving cer- Certified and officers' checks ...................... 250 , ,,. _o, ....... =__ 27 017 ..... , ..,*,:, I;-uwmg J tificates of deposit, TotalDeposits ................................... banks inthisarea jregular passbook Total demand deposits ......................... 5,081  I savings. ) Total time and savings deposits ............... 21,936 / [ Federal funds purchased and securities // Loan income Collected ( sold under agreements to repurchase .............. 322 / I but not - et earned I Interest-bearing demand notes (note balances) issued / [ .  I to the U.S. Treasury and other liabilities for borrowed " / I money ............................................ 273 / [ Mortgage indebtedness and liability for capitalized / / J These figures represent J leas.es.. ;...,....::.. ................................ N034 / [the invested and re- I Anomeraanmues ................................ / invested funds of our I steckhoiders I TOTAL LIABILITIES excluding subordinated notes / I I  I and debentures) ................................ 27,916 / I  Subordinated notes and debentures ................ 200 / learnings in' excess of 1  EQUITY CAPITAL / [ dividends, or as | Preferred stock No. shares outstanding None [ businessmen say, that [ Common stock No. shares authorized 25,000 [ part of profits "plowed| No. shares outstanding 25,000 i back in" to keep im- t . ,.,,. i i r B nk Surplus ........................................... uuv roving" our a I "-Undivided profits and reserve for contingencies and / I other capital reserves ........................... 1,154 TOTAL EQUITY CAPITAL ...................... 2,004 You'll notice this figure I TOTAL LIABILITIES equals total assets. It J AND EQUITYCAPITAL ...................... $30,120 balances and it is I supposed to. A ] .......... .Statement. of Condition [ MMo=t,.r-uA is a bank's form of an ] Amounts outstanding as of report date: :i:e?ntnng balance I Standby letters of credit, total .................... 58 ..... Time certificates of deposit in denominations of $100.000 or more ................................. 1,680 Other time deposits in amounts of $100,000 or more ...... ' ...................... None Average for 30 calendar days j ...or calendar month) ending with report date: / Total deposits ............................... $20,606 Member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation "Our Middle Name Is National" BRADFOR NATI00 .' Bradfmd 222-5231 Fairtee 333-4379 1"hotforO 785-2112 Newbury 866-5672 ''- By banking with us, L, / , Deposits insureO to MEMBER FI 'Olt're making it easy for us to o ottr job. We thank Vott. BALANCE $400 -... REG. $8.00 Corecta shakes and shim- my, Improves tire life and wear. Balanced electronic- ally and weights installed as needed. o *66oo RE(;. $88.00 2-wheel front disc or 4-wheel drum. Pads or lin- ings as required, plus com- plete system Inspection. I I I il IIII I QUALITY PARTS-SERVICE YOU CAN DEPEND ONZ Bradford..re Auto 00ervice Ceon:e, Route 5 Lower Plain Bradford, Vermont 05 3  We Accept Master Char,qe & Visa