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Page 6A-The Second Oplnion-February 17.1982 ii i lllalm i I l el el l Ill GOOD NEWS FROM MILLER AUTO CO, AN GENERAL MOTORS ,RIVER B=ND- On Chevrolet Cavalier, Pontiac J-2OOO, Cadillac Cimarron, Chevrolet light duty trucks including pick-ups, Blazers, Suburbans and Vans, Chevrolet Citahon, and Ponttac Phoe- n,x " ' YOu• qcAtdlkV OeAevM|NT ?OIIE f ........ ,,oo. . - ฐ -' On Chevrolet  Celebrity, Pontiac 6000, 15 miles of groomed trails. Rent--as:$?.00erday Chevrolet Chevette, Pontiac T-1OOO, Chev- s. Newbury, Vt. 802-866-5921 Cross.country skis   rolet S-10 and Chevrolet LUV. 00one iS,ori00ht for you? ? "- y " g, away possible for new skiers Offer Ends March 31, 1982 Come in while the selection is at its best of life in Nordic countries for discover a silent world far MILLER AUTO CO over ,,000 years, has caught from h,gh-cost, overcrowded on big in the U.S. It has lifts and congested ski • become the winter version of slopes--and without worrying backpacking, jogging and cycling, an inexpensive form of aerobic exercise easily learned by people of all ages. It doesn't take a trained athlete to master the simple. walk-like movements used in touring. All it takes is a desire to ski. three inches of snow cover, and a neighborhood park. golf course or farm. Cross-country differs from downhill skiing in that par- licipants "shuffle" along in the snow instead of through the downhill runs typical of alpine skiing. The base of a cross-country ski, comparข to an alpine ski, is treated to grip the snow on a "power" stroke and slide easily on a "relrieval'" stroke. This enables ski tourers Io "kick and glide" across flat ground and up gentle hills, Much of the sport's new- found popularity is credited to breakthroughs in equipment design. The introduction of waxless skis suddenly made it In Business Since 1903 28 Gates St. In beautiful downtown White River Jet.; Vt. Phone 295-3147 Cadillac - Pontiac - Chevrolet - Chevrolet Trucks "Keep That Great GM Feeling with Genuine G-M Parts"; i "11 I J l I I I I ,l 24 HOUR EMERGENCY MENTAL, ! (, !ii!:!,i:j, Tp0j)ll om County M"tM Heclth ! Save '30 to scJO FACTORY REBATES ON GAS GRILLS Offer good February lS-27 FREE purchase of gas grill model #g492A, 9461A, or 0331A. Day Super Deluxe Double Deluxe Double Burner Gas Grill , s Grill Sunbeam Twin Sas Grill • the ultimate. • 562 sq in cooking • 562 sq in cooking area • two piece • 32,000 BTU dual burners • 492 sq area • flare guard grid • 40,000 BTU grid • 40,000 BTU burners • heat in cooking area • two piece grid dual burners • redwood side tables and fuel gauges • front controls • side table/serving tray • ignitor, • heat and fuel gauges, and more • redwood serving tray post mounted controls (74-0196) #9492A (74-0201) #9461A (74-0190) #9331A .., '439"., '319 's ,. '219" F.ct,. .INIMIOO Foctorv _IHIIO0 Factory sAno0 Rebate  Rebate --- W Rebate " qU Your Your '179" :;w,,,, $AQ95 .o,,w. $)1Q95 .?.,,,, rebate, V'lrqkB rebate inqlBqlB i i Sunbeam Sinole 6as 6rill w/Full Size Tank Suabeam Double Burner Gas Grill • twin burners produce 30.000 BTU • 262 sq ,n cooktng area • Lle-A- matte gnltion • 20 Ib tank. ignitor, lava rock (74-0192) #9140J • 262 tKI in cooking area • 24,000 8TU burner • chrome plated grill • 20 Ib tank, cook- book and lava rock (74-0191) #9110 r. '119 u Faotory ..$30 Rebate Ywr $8995 cost witit relmte Dr Sc hofl's Zino-pad Cover/Ooubie Burner 6as 6rill • durable, attractive proteCtion for , m.w SALE i0=,, Cover/Single Burrer Gas 81111 a for Sunbeam models 9110/9140 Rt. 5, Lyndonville, Vt. Tel. (H2) 626.,5538 i about the standard equipment needed to maximize "kick" and "glide": thermometers, wxes, scrapers, corks and klisters, Not surprisingly. sales of waxless skis have taken off. For many skier- s-neophytes and old-hands alike-waxJess skis are un- doubtedly the way to go. But they are not the only way to go. To Wax or Not to Wax Both waxable and waxless cr(rss-counlry skis have much to offer, explains John King, manager of the Peugeot- Rossignol cross-country ski team. "3"0 select the right ski." King says, "you've got to first understand that the goal of every ski designer is to maximize traction in the area of the ski lxasennder the foot." Without traction here. a skier" will slip backwar4; every time he tries to kick. "By applying the ap- propriate wax or choosing the appropriate waxless system, you will get the necsary traction to move ahead easily, even if ahead is uphill," King explains. "Selecting the "right' ski, therefore, takes an awareness (ff local weather conditions, Do you ski mostly in powder? Corn snow? ttardpack? Or are conditions constant ly changing"'" Going Waxless Before the advent of the waxless ski, skiers could only compensate for varying snow conditions -and, hence, varying degrees of trac- tion by applying different waxes to the base of their skis. But waxless skis make it pmsible for skiers in areas with changeable snow con- ditions to keep skiing no nmtler how the mercury fluctuales. "Waxless skis will work well in powder, slush, hardpack and any combination of the lhree." King ecplains. "There arc even mohair systems than convenience, King says. "'In some regions, it's just plain difficult to wax per- fectly. In New England and the northwest, for example, wetter 't ransitionar snows are the norm, Waxless skis are a ix)on to skiers in these areas." When {o Wax Skiers in areas where the snow is usually fresh and where the weather stays constant most of the winter should consider waxable skis, advises King. "'Waxless skis arc a great choice for skiers in certain regions, but where snow conditions are stable, waxable skis are still the most effective way h) maximize traction," he says. Waxing is nothing to be intimidated by. For beginners and all but the most advanced recreational skiers, all that is needed is one of the two-wax systems available today. They provide excellent kick and glide under most different snow conditions and are easy to use:apply one wax in sub- freezing temperatures and the other when the mercury goes above 32 degrees F. Even advanced skiers find that waxing need not be in- volved or complex to give superior performance. They dr) find, however, that the better the wax job, the better they ski. Waxless vs. Waxable Both modes have their advantages. For most recreational skiers in areas with changeable weather conditions, waxless is the way to go. In stable climes, waxable using a two-wax system is a convenient choice. Interested in citizen racing? Go waxable. Still unsure? Maybe the best way to choose the right cross- country ski is to rent both beg)re buying and experience the characteristics of each, first-hand. GARY'S GAS & FU Main Street N. Haverhill, N.H. (603) 787-6118 HOME HEATING FUEL ,*.,11s per pllon Minimum 100 plbn drop Ask about volume discounts No. 2 Diesel $I .22 gal. tax paid S&H GREEN STAMPS GIVEN ON HEATING FUEL NOW DELIVERING 500 gal. sales and over_ deliver up to 25 miles. ALSO AVAILP:ILE: Trailer drops at big STRICTLY CASH ON DELIVERY SALES Burner Service Available Through James -- , z , CZ UB | 1 1 Central St. ] )11 Woamlsville, N.H. Waltz - Fox Trot - Polka - Rock Something For Everyone! Saturday, Feb. 20 For Your Reservation Call Before 7:00 P, Tel. (603) 747- 2840 Or 747- 2505 Kool:AidL.On ASti P l Rt. 10, North Haverhill Tot. (603) 787-6981 Frozen Suckers oil 1 envelope KOOL-AID  Dissolve soft drink miX a Unsweetened Soft Drink Mix, sugar in water. Pour into any flavor 213 cup sugar small I quart water wooden stick or spoon each. Freeze until firm Makes about 20. g tir 30 Washers in corn snow, packed powder and under icy condit ions.'" abk to gel (rut of the car and ski, iilhoul lm,ing to check temperatures, snowtype and applying lhe appr)priate wax. Wilh minv waxless systems, only t!m tips and tails need be I DS ' ireat(d 'ith g!ider wax, to maximiz glide and protect Ih( ski hase But waxless skis offer more WARM - CLEAN Shower Facllltl/ Available CORNS? Soft pads protect ill  JW from pain, while medicated disks work to remove corns. Helps Shrink Swelling Of Hemorrhoidal Tissues caused by inflammation Doctors have found a medica- tion that in many cases gives prompt, temporary relief for hours from pain and bumming itch in hemorrhoidal tissues.then helps Shrink swelling Of these tissues caused by inflammation. The name: Preparation Hฎ No prescrip_tion is needed, Prepa- ration H. Ointment and sup- positories. Use only as directed. * LOUNGE AREA * CLEAN RESTROOM * SINK FACILITY * ENJOY SOOTHING MUSIC WHILE YOU WASH! 24 Dryers i LAUNDROMAT LocatM Next To Tuck On Street Between Woodsville Page 6A-The Second Oplnion-February 17.1982 ii i lllalm i I l el el l Ill GOOD NEWS FROM MILLER AUTO CO, AN GENERAL MOTORS ,RIVER B=ND- On Chevrolet Cavalier, Pontiac J-2OOO, Cadillac Cimarron, Chevrolet light duty trucks including pick-ups, Blazers, Suburbans and Vans, Chevrolet Citahon, and Ponttac Phoe- n,x " ' YOu• qcAtdlkV OeAevM|NT ?OIIE f ........ ,,oo. . - ฐ -' On Chevrolet  Celebrity, Pontiac 6000, 15 miles of groomed trails. Rent--as:$?.00erday Chevrolet Chevette, Pontiac T-1OOO, Chev- s. Newbury, Vt. 802-866-5921 Cross.country skis   rolet S-10 and Chevrolet LUV. 00one iS,ori00ht for you? ? "- y " g, away possible for new skiers Offer Ends March 31, 1982 Come in while the selection is at its best of life in Nordic countries for discover a silent world far MILLER AUTO CO over ,,000 years, has caught from h,gh-cost, overcrowded on big in the U.S. It has lifts and congested ski • become the winter version of slopes--and without worrying backpacking, jogging and cycling, an inexpensive form of aerobic exercise easily learned by people of all ages. It doesn't take a trained athlete to master the simple. walk-like movements used in touring. All it takes is a desire to ski. three inches of snow cover, and a neighborhood park. golf course or farm. Cross-country differs from downhill skiing in that par- licipants "shuffle" along in the snow instead of through the downhill runs typical of alpine skiing. The base of a cross-country ski, comparข to an alpine ski, is treated to grip the snow on a "power" stroke and slide easily on a "relrieval'" stroke. This enables ski tourers Io "kick and glide" across flat ground and up gentle hills, Much of the sport's new- found popularity is credited to breakthroughs in equipment design. The introduction of waxless skis suddenly made it In Business Since 1903 28 Gates St. In beautiful downtown White River Jet.; Vt. Phone 295-3147 Cadillac - Pontiac - Chevrolet - Chevrolet Trucks "Keep That Great GM Feeling with Genuine G-M Parts"; i "11 I J l I I I I ,l 24 HOUR EMERGENCY MENTAL, ! (, !ii!:!,i:j, Tp0j)ll om County M"tM Heclth ! Save '30 to scJO FACTORY REBATES ON GAS GRILLS Offer good February lS-27 FREE purchase of gas grill model #g492A, 9461A, or 0331A. Day Super Deluxe Double Deluxe Double Burner Gas Grill , s Grill Sunbeam Twin Sas Grill • the ultimate. • 562 sq in cooking • 562 sq in cooking area • two piece • 32,000 BTU dual burners • 492 sq area • flare guard grid • 40,000 BTU grid • 40,000 BTU burners • heat in cooking area • two piece grid dual burners • redwood side tables and fuel gauges • front controls • side table/serving tray • ignitor, • heat and fuel gauges, and more • redwood serving tray post mounted controls (74-0196) #9492A (74-0201) #9461A (74-0190) #9331A .., '439"., '319 's ,. '219" F.ct,. .INIMIOO Foctorv _IHIIO0 Factory sAno0 Rebate  Rebate --- W Rebate " qU Your Your '179" :;w,,,, $AQ95 .o,,w. $)1Q95 .?.,,,, rebate, V'lrqkB rebate inqlBqlB i i Sunbeam Sinole 6as 6rill w/Full Size Tank Suabeam Double Burner Gas Grill • twin burners produce 30.000 BTU • 262 sq ,n cooktng area • Lle-A- matte gnltion • 20 Ib tank. ignitor, lava rock (74-0192) #9140J • 262 tKI in cooking area • 24,000 8TU burner • chrome plated grill • 20 Ib tank, cook- book and lava rock (74-0191) #9110 r. '119 u Faotory ..$30 Rebate Ywr $8995 cost witit relmte Dr Sc hofl's Zino-pad Cover/Ooubie Burner 6as 6rill • durable, attractive proteCtion for , m.w SALE i0=,, Cover/Single Burrer Gas 81111 a for Sunbeam models 9110/9140 Rt. 5, Lyndonville, Vt. Tel. (H2) 626.,5538 i about the standard equipment needed to maximize "kick" and "glide": thermometers, wxes, scrapers, corks and klisters, Not surprisingly. sales of waxless skis have taken off. For many skier- s-neophytes and old-hands alike-waxJess skis are un- doubtedly the way to go. But they are not the only way to go. To Wax or Not to Wax Both waxable and waxless cr(rss-counlry skis have much to offer, explains John King, manager of the Peugeot- Rossignol cross-country ski team. "3"0 select the right ski." King says, "you've got to first understand that the goal of every ski designer is to maximize traction in the area of the ski lxasennder the foot." Without traction here. a skier" will slip backwar4; every time he tries to kick. "By applying the ap- propriate wax or choosing the appropriate waxless system, you will get the necsary traction to move ahead easily, even if ahead is uphill," King explains. "Selecting the "right' ski, therefore, takes an awareness (ff local weather conditions, Do you ski mostly in powder? Corn snow? ttardpack? Or are conditions constant ly changing"'" Going Waxless Before the advent of the waxless ski, skiers could only compensate for varying snow conditions -and, hence, varying degrees of trac- tion by applying different waxes to the base of their skis. But waxless skis make it pmsible for skiers in areas with changeable snow con- ditions to keep skiing no nmtler how the mercury fluctuales. "Waxless skis will work well in powder, slush, hardpack and any combination of the lhree." King ecplains. "There arc even mohair systems than convenience, King says. "'In some regions, it's just plain difficult to wax per- fectly. In New England and the northwest, for example, wetter 't ransitionar snows are the norm, Waxless skis are a ix)on to skiers in these areas." When {o Wax Skiers in areas where the snow is usually fresh and where the weather stays constant most of the winter should consider waxable skis, advises King. "'Waxless skis arc a great choice for skiers in certain regions, but where snow conditions are stable, waxable skis are still the most effective way h) maximize traction," he says. Waxing is nothing to be intimidated by. For beginners and all but the most advanced recreational skiers, all that is needed is one of the two-wax systems available today. They provide excellent kick and glide under most different snow conditions and are easy to use:apply one wax in sub- freezing temperatures and the other when the mercury goes above 32 degrees F. Even advanced skiers find that waxing need not be in- volved or complex to give superior performance. They dr) find, however, that the better the wax job, the better they ski. Waxless vs. Waxable Both modes have their advantages. For most recreational skiers in areas with changeable weather conditions, waxless is the way to go. In stable climes, waxable using a two-wax system is a convenient choice. Interested in citizen racing? Go waxable. Still unsure? Maybe the best way to choose the right cross- country ski is to rent both beg)re buying and experience the characteristics of each, first-hand. GARY'S GAS & FU Main Street N. Haverhill, N.H. (603) 787-6118 HOME HEATING FUEL ,*.,11s per pllon Minimum 100 plbn drop Ask about volume discounts No. 2 Diesel $I .22 gal. tax paid S&H GREEN STAMPS GIVEN ON HEATING FUEL NOW DELIVERING 500 gal. sales and over_ deliver up to 25 miles. ALSO AVAILP:ILE: Trailer drops at big STRICTLY CASH ON DELIVERY SALES Burner Service Available Through James -- , z , CZ UB | 1 1 Central St. ] )11 Woamlsville, N.H. Waltz - Fox Trot - Polka - Rock Something For Everyone! Saturday, Feb. 20 For Your Reservation Call Before 7:00 P, Tel. (603) 747- 2840 Or 747- 2505 Kool:AidL.On ASti P l Rt. 10, North Haverhill Tot. (603) 787-6981 Frozen Suckers oil 1 envelope KOOL-AID  Dissolve soft drink miX a Unsweetened Soft Drink Mix, sugar in water. Pour into any flavor 213 cup sugar small I quart water wooden stick or spoon each. Freeze until firm Makes about 20. g tir 30 Washers in corn snow, packed powder and under icy condit ions.'" abk to gel (rut of the car and ski, iilhoul lm,ing to check temperatures, snowtype and applying lhe appr)priate wax. Wilh minv waxless systems, only t!m tips and tails need be I DS ' ireat(d 'ith g!ider wax, to maximiz glide and protect Ih( ski hase But waxless skis offer more WARM - CLEAN Shower Facllltl/ Available CORNS? Soft pads protect ill  JW from pain, while medicated disks work to remove corns. Helps Shrink Swelling Of Hemorrhoidal Tissues caused by inflammation Doctors have found a medica- tion that in many cases gives prompt, temporary relief for hours from pain and bumming itch in hemorrhoidal tissues.then helps Shrink swelling Of these tissues caused by inflammation. The name: Preparation Hฎ No prescrip_tion is needed, Prepa- ration H. Ointment and sup- positories. Use only as directed. * LOUNGE AREA * CLEAN RESTROOM * SINK FACILITY * ENJOY SOOTHING MUSIC WHILE YOU WASH! 24 Dryers i LAUNDROMAT LocatM Next To Tuck On Street Between Woodsville