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Page 10A-The Second Opinion-February 17, 1982 1 PAINT PAPE  DEC'ORACED J ROCKER SALE +"++ Pine Seat I Reg_$249 LIMITED O]:FER 15% FF SALES88 THIS AIN'T NO CHEAP CHAIR? 20% 0" ALL WALLPAF"!R I)RDERS PLACED DURING SALE! , Regal Aquavelvet , Regal Wall Satin Bring in this ad for an additional $SQff I DAN'S WAYSIDE, , Satin Impervo I FURNITURE&CARPETS Regal I US Route 2 East St. Johnsbury, Vt. I II Tel. 748-5155 _ OPEN MONOA THRU THURAV 9 to $ :1 iFMIOAY 9 to 9 SATUIIOAY 9 to S t II ll! mm im il l -.,- am  .,-- --- -,-- .,.,, m Mm, l 1,1 ( Easton cautions about s hele seam MONTPELIER-+ Vermonters are advised to use caution before allowing anyone to enter their home for the purpose of replacing or reinstalling shingles which have blown off their roof, says state Attorney General John Easton. Easton said that the Con- *sumer Protection Division of his office has received reports from Chittenden and Washington Counties that persons have gone, door to door offering to inspect attics for roof leaks and insulation and to replace or reinstall loose or blown off roof shingles for as low as $15.00 or $20.00. It has also been reported thai persons have begun removing roofing shingles from homes without per- mission, and then charging high prices to repair or replace the oaf and insulate the attic areas. Easton urged consumers to do business with reputable businesses and to contact the Consumer Protection Division of his office if you suspect you have a problem: You can check public in- formation on any of the businesses by contacting your local Chamber of Commerce, local Police Department and Office of the Attorney General's Consumer Proleclion Division at ]-800- 642-5149, said Easton. N  ,cesr ' MAN is NOT FlltSr DO6L.AR HE ODELL WALKER BAND Bradford Armory February 26th, 9-1:00 ADMISSION: s4 PER PERSON B.Y.O.B.-Set.ups available SHIRE VOLUNTEER FIRE Your Community Event Advertised Here Is Only $10.00 BEST OF PRESS WorE, That Wayu Courtship is the process of seeking a girl's hand until she has you under her thumb. .Globe, New York. Sale Dates- Feb. 18-27 ott mlt.  3 amlP molar o[r = 0.1300 rpm DOuble _  memlMed. (22) 4 ,o .-.. .., l g7 ;0 .,, laws (t 7) "-Ir-'lr b.nout protected, 7" Locking  curved ws with Wet, only 4, Itm  bearing wre curler. (t8) strution (23) 11 1(',350" 12 0t.lE 120-DAY I vmom  t.sl vTom"  i,s9 'rHnUTCOU .o,  (131) ClkmmlKxrKf or . (135) SALE DATES-FEBRUARY 18th-27th ! SCRUGG HARDWARE I 147 Central Street 603-747-3512 Woodsville, N.H. SALE ENDS EB. 27 23 COLOR Smith ,Auto Sales... ...driving to our We've done our very best for 75 years and for 1982 we want to make every deal special! Nobody can sell you a finer value than Smith Auto Sales. We've never been prouder! Smith Auto Service "Value Above All Else!" Exit 18 off 1-89, Hano.ver Road, Lebanon, N.H. "Generations of fine service" How other countries handle drunk driversl AUSTRALIA: The names of convicted drunk drivers are published in local newspapers under the heading: 'Drunk and in Jail.' MALAYA: The driver is jailed; if he's married, wife is also jailed. FINLAND, ENGLAND AND SWEDEN: Drunk drivers are automatically jailed for ap- proximately one year. SOUTH AFRICA: The drunk driver is given a 10-year prison sentence, a fine of $10,000--or both. TURKEY: Drunk drivers are taken 20 miles from town by police and forced to walk back under escort. BULGARIA: A second conviction of drunk driving is your last. The punishment is EXECUTION ! SAN SALVADOR: Drunk drivers are executed by firing Squads. HONEST VALUES DURING OUR PBI00S!!)EN SALE TV & STEREO FEATURING CONSuLETT Will hi root that i Page 10A-The Second Opinion-February 17, 1982 1 PAINT PAPE  DEC'ORACED J ROCKER SALE +"++ Pine Seat I Reg_$249 LIMITED O]:FER 15% FF SALES88 THIS AIN'T NO CHEAP CHAIR? 20% 0" ALL WALLPAF"!R I)RDERS PLACED DURING SALE! , Regal Aquavelvet , Regal Wall Satin Bring in this ad for an additional $SQff I DAN'S WAYSIDE, , Satin Impervo I FURNITURE&CARPETS Regal I US Route 2 East St. Johnsbury, Vt. I II Tel. 748-5155 _ OPEN MONOA THRU THURAV 9 to $ :1 iFMIOAY 9 to 9 SATUIIOAY 9 to S t II ll! mm im il l -.,- am  .,-- --- -,-- .,.,, m Mm, l 1,1 ( Easton cautions about s hele seam MONTPELIER-+ Vermonters are advised to use caution before allowing anyone to enter their home for the purpose of replacing or reinstalling shingles which have blown off their roof, says state Attorney General John Easton. Easton said that the Con- *sumer Protection Division of his office has received reports from Chittenden and Washington Counties that persons have gone, door to door offering to inspect attics for roof leaks and insulation and to replace or reinstall loose or blown off roof shingles for as low as $15.00 or $20.00. It has also been reported thai persons have begun removing roofing shingles from homes without per- mission, and then charging high prices to repair or replace the oaf and insulate the attic areas. Easton urged consumers to do business with reputable businesses and to contact the Consumer Protection Division of his office if you suspect you have a problem: You can check public in- formation on any of the businesses by contacting your local Chamber of Commerce, local Police Department and Office of the Attorney General's Consumer Proleclion Division at ]-800- 642-5149, said Easton. N  ,cesr ' MAN is NOT FlltSr DO6L.AR HE ODELL WALKER BAND Bradford Armory February 26th, 9-1:00 ADMISSION: s4 PER PERSON B.Y.O.B.-Set.ups available SHIRE VOLUNTEER FIRE Your Community Event Advertised Here Is Only $10.00 BEST OF PRESS WorE, That Wayu Courtship is the process of seeking a girl's hand until she has you under her thumb. .Globe, New York. Sale Dates- Feb. 18-27 ott mlt.  3 amlP molar o[r = 0.1300 rpm DOuble _  memlMed. (22) 4 ,o .-.. .., l g7 ;0 .,, laws (t 7) "-Ir-'lr b.nout protected, 7" Locking  curved ws with Wet, only 4, Itm  bearing wre curler. (t8) strution (23) 11 1(',350" 12 0t.lE 120-DAY I vmom  t.sl vTom"  i,s9 'rHnUTCOU .o,  (131) ClkmmlKxrKf or . (135) SALE DATES-FEBRUARY 18th-27th ! SCRUGG HARDWARE I 147 Central Street 603-747-3512 Woodsville, N.H. SALE ENDS EB. 27 23 COLOR Smith ,Auto Sales... ...driving to our We've done our very best for 75 years and for 1982 we want to make every deal special! Nobody can sell you a finer value than Smith Auto Sales. We've never been prouder! Smith Auto Service "Value Above All Else!" Exit 18 off 1-89, Hano.ver Road, Lebanon, N.H. "Generations of fine service" How other countries handle drunk driversl AUSTRALIA: The names of convicted drunk drivers are published in local newspapers under the heading: 'Drunk and in Jail.' MALAYA: The driver is jailed; if he's married, wife is also jailed. FINLAND, ENGLAND AND SWEDEN: Drunk drivers are automatically jailed for ap- proximately one year. SOUTH AFRICA: The drunk driver is given a 10-year prison sentence, a fine of $10,000--or both. TURKEY: Drunk drivers are taken 20 miles from town by police and forced to walk back under escort. BULGARIA: A second conviction of drunk driving is your last. The punishment is EXECUTION ! SAN SALVADOR: Drunk drivers are executed by firing Squads. HONEST VALUES DURING OUR PBI00S!!)EN SALE TV & STEREO FEATURING CONSuLETT Will hi root that i