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Page 12-The Journal Opinion-March I !, 1981 (continued from page I ) lure and erection of street signs by a show of hands 31 to 41. The signs suggested were green metal with white enameled letters made by the state prison industry. James French mentioned the problem of sign maintenance, Budget talk at Piermont which costs the town of or olher governmenlal unit of Hanover about $10,0BR} a year. the slate io five per cent". Lelt FIX-IT 777 KIT Ideal "extra" tool kit for home, car. Incl. 8-in. ad- justable wrench, 6-in. slip- joint pliers, plus 2 screw- drivers---1 regular and 1 Phillips, in pouch. MMTS4 OUANTITIES LIMffED Gave &amp; Morrill (802) 222-5527 I Main st. ....... Bradford r Vt. , Only the selectmen call vote to accept a new town road; only the town can "throw one up". The selechnen included an article ill tile warrant "to obtain an expression of opinion--to accept deed to establish Fox Run Road as a public highway. Frank Rodiman said that as the town's sand comes from the quarry at the end of that road, he would be in favor of Town treasurer William Deal said, "Limiting growth to five per cent is an ex- Iremely pleasant thought. I wish wc could do it. But the inflation rate is much greater lhan that. 11 just isn't prac- tical." James Brewer said, "We couldn't operate even so small an account as the cemeteries under thai condilioll, l'm tile town maintaining it. Also, there were four taxpayers living on the road, In response to the question of paving it, he said, "I said maintain we're doing no paving at $1 a gallon for asphalt." Voters passed the article, indicating an opinion in favor of accepting tile road In considering the eon- tribulion of $385. to the Upper Valley-Lake Sunapee Council, an explanation of fund ion was request ed. Dean Osgood said, "They address the issue of growth and help with planning. If a local problem is brought Ix, fore the board, it hears and provides ideas to the h)cal communities." Ritehie said, "Right now they're trying to find an an- swer to our dump problem. The present dump can operate only until July l, 1981." utterly opposed to like entire alikendnlenl," is set Workshop on art materiats E. (?OR1NTIt-The Binney and Smith "Crayola Corn- paw" will be sponsoring a workshop on the use of art nmterials in April at the Union 36 Elementary School in E. Corinth. The workshop is open to any community member who works with children interested in learning how to use art malermls. The course is planned for three days, April 28-29-30, and from 3:30- 8:00 pro. Any teacher, 4-tt leader. out leader or other in- terested adult in the ()range East Supervisory Union dislrict should call Peter B. Richards at Union 36 802-439- 5534. * Budget approved in Orford lconli,ucd from page I ) Washburn estimated the cost al $70t), "which is con- siderably less ttlan it costs for us to do lhe work manually." tie said, "It woukl save the seleclmen aboul 40 t,r cent of lheir lime, of the drudgery wnrk'" The money would toni(, oul of selectlnen's ex- penses already budgeted. Walter Mack moved to pass over the article approprial,ng lilt' sunl of $600 for the {qfildren's Ski Program, Tile nlolJon was amended to provide t he $6(X). Sheila Thomson spoke for tile program: "Tbere are 35 children ill tile program. It cosls $35 for each bus trip. ('hester Greenly were then voted auditors. Petition State to IAmit Taxes and Spending The article "to support the resolution to anlend tile State Constiluiion h) limit the an- nual increase in property taxes Io five per cent and to limit tile annual increase ill spending by the state or ally city, town or other govern- menial unit 1o five per cent" was addressed by Meldrim Thomson: "Ill California there was t)roposilion 13. More recently there was a resolution ill Massachusetts. This article is on the warning by petition in 137 towns. It would limit the There are several volunteers increase in spending and taxes helping with tile program. If a at all levels of government. chiht doesn't have the "If at Town Meeting you equipnkenl, it has been arranged for him to borrow some." "'lf we spend $7(100 for I)all l)hlying, we can spend $600 for skiing." said Alice l lodgl on. The town w)ted to provide the $600 for the ski program, A molion to raise $3(X) to hire all outside audilor, was defeated. "The auditors that we have are very efficient in going aboul their business," said (;unther Sunderhof. The nomination of Norman Vfoodard and Charles lh)isinglon as auditors was defealed 15 to 34 on a hand wanled to increase the budget beyond 5 per cent, it could be done by a vote of two-thirds of Ihe voters presenl at the meeting. "In Orford, tile taxes increased in tile last 10 years by 116 per cent. The state spending increased by 212 per cent in 10 years, in spite of having tbe lowest state taxes in the U.S. "If we want to get back Io prosperity, we must limit spending. " "There is also an amend- menl that would make it unconstitutional for the state Io pill a responsibility on the h)cal community without providing the funding." The appropriation was approved for the Upper Valley Lake Sunapee Council. Volers passed over" the article 1o have an outside audit. Voters defeated the motion to petition state legislators to support the resolution to amend,, the State constitution "to limit the  annual increase in spending "Sometimes the best man for the job is a woman". by tile state of any city, town We read this on bumper stickers and on sweatshirts and laughingly acknowledge the truth of the statement. This quotation started rolling around in my head about a The course is free and will vote. Norman Wea)dard and Paul Messer said, "Any belimited to50participants, increases are voted by the !t:i:-',',l<!iii:.il poople in t own meeting. That's ' . .: our heritage and has been for A Woman s Point of View j200 years. I think limiting our w lid sll In wights to decide is taking away , -,-,- nn rne tarm [part of our heritage." L.,im11 V Iz,  The article to express by FRANHYDE [supporl for the resolution '>.': passed on a voice vote. . No quibbling * Twice.a.year billing is dead in Haverhill (continued fronl page I ) acqnire(I through tax collech)r's deeds by public auction or sealed bids, with selectmen authorized to make one last offer to the person who was divested of bis prolx, rly and allow a late redcmplion upon paymenl of all taxes, costs and interest. Also approved was $4,000 for slate audit of town financial * Bath meeting (continued from page I ) non-parlisan ballot in the election of town officials Tile winterization and repair of the town hall with $8,834.58 in Revenue Sharing nmney to ix, applied toward tile projects $12,000 estimated cost was endorsed. The proposed withdrawal of $5,()3.43 from the town's Revenue Sharing funds and its application to the retirement of a note on the fire truck also drew support at the town meeling. The sum of $5,000 for the acquisitation of new road maintenance equipment and $3,6() to enter a contractual agreemenl with the Powers- Leete landfill for the disposal of town garbage and refuse were appropriated. That article seeking to limit the annual increase in property taxes and in spen- ding to 5 per cent was soundly defealed. TllOUGliTS Keep on going and the chances are you will stumble on something, perhaps when you are least expecting it. I have never heard of anyone stumbling on something sit- ling down. Charles F. Kel tering accounts. Klark. in urging passage of Ihe senti-annual tax billiug, said it would provide a belier cash flow and save tile town money on interest for loans it nlnsl now make to pay bills in advance of the once-a-year lax colleclion. Opponents argued that tile lawn Call borrow money at a favorable 9 per cent rate, while taxpayers call earn up to 15 per eenl interest at current rates by leaving their money m the bank a full year before paying taxes. They would lose some of that inlerest by paying half lheir tax bill at mid-year, it was argued, and lhe senti-annual billing proi)sal wenl down to defeat Among those arguing against senti-annual tax t)illing was state Rep Paul iatMotl, who said the proposal would amount Io shifting the lax burden from one element of society to another. He suggested'changing the town's fiscal year lo start on July 1 in order to bring tax revenues in lille with spending needs. Klark was on the winning side in opposing Proposition 2 ill l, pointing out that the vote was only advisory and that the proposal would have to go lhrough the state legislature and then to a statewide referendum, possibly next Novenlber. "1 don'! see how you can expecl anyone to do a decent job for your town by cutting the budget at a lime when costs are rising," Klark said. "You really would be taking away some of the local con- trol.:' Rep. l,aMott, in a brief talk after Town Meeting was of- ficially adjourned, also spoke against Proposition 2 in 1. and said if it had passed Im would probably have gone against a local mandate for like firsl time and opposed it in lhe legislature. lie said Gay. llugh Gallen has proposed a state budget culling state aid to the blind, lhe disabled, dependent tie said it will be 1o "stonewall or against Gallen's ill order to keep the passing its share of the eosti such programs on down towns. children, medicaid reim- Quoting a speaker bursement and aid to nursing Proposition 2 in 1 who said honms and that if these cuts was time "to bite the are enacted, town and county l,aMoll said "'Before you governnlents would have to the bullet, take a good pick up tile cost. hx)k al where it's pointing." SPRING DANCE CLASSES For children ages 7 and older {:lasses begin Wednesday, March 18th---4:30-5:30 P.M.I  At the Bradford Academy Room 27A Taught by Sharon Packer 10 Weeks for $25.00 or $2.75 for singl For further information, call: 429-2301 NORTHERN ENERGY HOMES, Inc. An Investment In The Future / SPRING CLOTHING FASHIONS ARE ARRIVING month ago when I was looking through a collection of recipes (continued from page 1) -- - III ...... IIII IIII  and came upon a small booklet entitled "Good Things to Eat Ill(, fire department; $250 was [ [ from Dry Split Peas and Lentils." It had been given to me in voted for Cottage ttospital; i lath,,,, 4-h,..,.h4.,., .... ,.. ^ i " 1979 in Spokane, Wash., along with a small cloth sack of $250 for Cottage Hospital ] Iv I511 LHUUIIL tUlll LU d [ On the inside cover a smiling woman was giving a vice; and $1,000 for I bprlngtlme I'llflg,  demonstration of the use of peas and lentils. On page l it said, Moosilauke ttealth Center. [  .. ... . . . ,' ., " "Motivated by' the need for marketing and using these The Warren FAST Squad was [ [J0 not nesltate to glue us a nng. - : 'nutritious little nuggets' western growers, food, I specialists, alloted $7,50 for supplies and I '   and homemakers have exerted effort to enhance their equipment as well as $350 for ! - values." The smiling woman was Mrs. Ben Stueckle of Colfax, the purehase of trauma kits. [  , .... Tile selectmen were en- [ / (I '"[   A Quality Post and loam Home Dealllned Wash., who had written about peas and lentils, offered powered to negotiate and  00ancr rtanaers rravet with the Knewledlleable Home Owner In Mina. recipes in minieographed booklets and had now prepared for contract with Rumney for the [ .,,J] "/"" ....  '' I"llellmR The continuous R-3S fom insulating blanket on walls nd roof, R-IS in- distribution by the Idaho and Washing Pea and Lentil operation of a mutual refuse [ '], ./'l['glP/'l I'I/14t181 ,S'I suloting window shodes, air-to-it ventilatin hqmt exchanger, ond pos$iv Commissions the booklet I'd received, disposal facility. No action / .,'.kJ'v I I,,,ll It, I/  V L{k' I ] solar orientation result in high comfort levels nd minimal fuel costs. The booklet contained interestinl facts and helpful hints was taken on Article 17 and 18 I ............ I Traditional and custom designs are vilable, with floor plonning to met for the use of peas and lentils as well as the recipes for par- relative Io funding the [ |]..(k) HU 1N$1 I your individual nlmds. ticular dishes and suggestions of other foods to serve with disposal met . l've used the eight-serving recipe for this and it is good! If I) 3, Moderalor /rthur / " --, I Corner ln  el l'm ever faced with 50 people to feed. they may well get M(frison sub)eel to recall by ].,.1o O,.,3K" 2,,50 NORWICH, VII:.] .orw,ch. v,. lentils, lhe moderator for action on L _ ] 149-1311 ! ....... i This was my first experience with lentils. I wonder bow these twoarticles. many other women who received a sample at that same convention have started buying lentils.., and that was the aim of the woman who made her recipes available. This started me thinking about another cookbook I had been given. This is a 230-page spiral-bound book entitled "Chuek's On, Selected and Prize Beef Recipes." This book was also the work of farm women who wanted to .: ?y ..:. Use Your Charge Account HARDWARE STORE tW 'IllE Mlk00'l !1 MECH00IC00 FIX-IT BUYING & SELLING Rare Coins Firearms Diamonds Silver Dollars Coin Collections Pocket Watches Gold Coins Gold Scrap Gold Bullion Silver Scrap Silver Bullion Sterling Silver All Silver Coins Investment Services White's Metal Detectors Immediate Payments -- No Delays Dealers Inquiries Invited nc:Nv Last Ideal "extra" tool kit for kitchen drawer, glove compart- ment Set includes drop-forged 8-in adjustable wrench, pair of 6-in. slip-joint pliers, plus two screw- drivers--one regular and one Phillips, packed in a handy plastic =torage pouch. MMTS4 COINS & TREASURES INC. Colonial Plaza , West Lebanon, N H Hours: Mon. thru Sat 1030 to 500 298-5765 Reference [)un4 Bradstreet RE STORE MON-SAT- 7am-5 f80 333-97 make their product appealing and easy for a housewife to use. The Kern County CowBelles had compiled arid edited the book which was produced by The California Beef Council. In the foreword it starts, "Western ranch wives have long since become experts at creating delicious and nutritious dishes from every tasty morsel of the whole beef carcass. It seems not too well known that a 1,000-pound steer yields about 465 pounds of retail beef cuts. Of this, approximately 75 pounds are steaks. This leaves many pounds of good beef to be used in other ways." And the book proceeds to offer recipes for using beef from appetizers through dessert, for inside and barbecue cooking; and in family and banquet quantities. A look al the book would make you realize they used everything but the "moo". In past years Connecticut Valley farm wives have had a milk booth at the Bradford Fair. Across the country other women are promoting their own farm products such as hogs, turkeys, fruit, nuts or what have you; in fact a look through a number of farm magazines or a talk with a group of farm wives will convince you that they are the "men" for this kind of job. National Agriculture Day is March 19 The following brief statistics provided by the Agriculture THE ONE AND ONLY "ONCE-A. YEAR " EVENT THAT BRINGS YOU SPECIAL PRICES ON TY ZENITH PROD Council of America will give a,, idea of the place agriculture These Are Not Strip Down Models, But Quality Zenith System 3 Sets! plays in the life of each of us: In the United States 2 per cent of the population is involved in agriculture; 14 per cent of our disposable income is spent [ SAVE $61.95! ] [ SAVE $71.95! J for food. In the Soviet Union the figures are 18 per cent and 35 per cent; in India 65 per cent and 50 per cent; in Brazil, 40 per _ =i---=-;'.  i/Ill[ Ri!EoI IIt cent. cent and 37 per cent; in Australia, 6 per cent and 16 per cent;   I i France, 10 per cent, 19 per cent: Japan, 14 per cent and 20 per Next week Thursday think of all those engaged in agriculture and thank them for the part they play in making SF ND : our life what it is compared to our world neighbors. odel Sm 1993-w /IF New PRP Circuit 25% More Detail Space Commond-1600 Remote Control On-Screen Channel, Number and Time Display REG. Keyboard Touch-Command Channel Selection New PRP Circuit 25% More Detail Cable Ready REG. lSAVE 001.9S ! cON$oLETTE Color TV Greot for family v=ewin 9. Features include: a Electronic Video Guard Tuning Tri-Focus Picture Tube Triple-Plus Chassis REG.00 ZENITH$508 00598 WEEK ZENITH ZENITH PRICE WEEK WEEK PRICE PRICE Page 12-The Journal Opinion-March I !, 1981 (continued from page I ) lure and erection of street signs by a show of hands 31 to 41. The signs suggested were green metal with white enameled letters made by the state prison industry. James French mentioned the problem of sign maintenance, Budget talk at Piermont which costs the town of or olher governmenlal unit of Hanover about $10,0BR} a year. the slate io five per cent". Lelt FIX-IT 777 KIT Ideal "extra" tool kit for home, car. Incl. 8-in. ad- justable wrench, 6-in. slip- joint pliers, plus 2 screw- drivers---1 regular and 1 Phillips, in pouch. MMTS4 OUANTITIES LIMffED Gave & Morrill (802) 222-5527 I Main st. ....... Bradford r Vt. , Only the selectmen call vote to accept a new town road; only the town can "throw one up". The selechnen included an article ill tile warrant "to obtain an expression of opinion--to accept deed to establish Fox Run Road as a public highway. Frank Rodiman said that as the town's sand comes from the quarry at the end of that road, he would be in favor of Town treasurer William Deal said, "Limiting growth to five per cent is an ex- Iremely pleasant thought. I wish wc could do it. But the inflation rate is much greater lhan that. 11 just isn't prac- tical." James Brewer said, "We couldn't operate even so small an account as the cemeteries under thai condilioll, l'm tile town maintaining it. Also, there were four taxpayers living on the road, In response to the question of paving it, he said, "I said maintain we're doing no paving at $1 a gallon for asphalt." Voters passed the article, indicating an opinion in favor of accepting tile road In considering the eon- tribulion of $385. to the Upper Valley-Lake Sunapee Council, an explanation of fund ion was request ed. Dean Osgood said, "They address the issue of growth and help with planning. If a local problem is brought Ix, fore the board, it hears and provides ideas to the h)cal communities." Ritehie said, "Right now they're trying to find an an- swer to our dump problem. The present dump can operate only until July l, 1981." utterly opposed to like entire alikendnlenl," is set Workshop on art materiats E. (?OR1NTIt-The Binney and Smith "Crayola Corn- paw" will be sponsoring a workshop on the use of art nmterials in April at the Union 36 Elementary School in E. Corinth. The workshop is open to any community member who works with children interested in learning how to use art malermls. The course is planned for three days, April 28-29-30, and from 3:30- 8:00 pro. Any teacher, 4-tt leader. out leader or other in- terested adult in the ()range East Supervisory Union dislrict should call Peter B. Richards at Union 36 802-439- 5534. * Budget approved in Orford lconli,ucd from page I ) Washburn estimated the cost al $70t), "which is con- siderably less ttlan it costs for us to do lhe work manually." tie said, "It woukl save the seleclmen aboul 40 t,r cent of lheir lime, of the drudgery wnrk'" The money would toni(, oul of selectlnen's ex- penses already budgeted. Walter Mack moved to pass over the article approprial,ng lilt' sunl of $600 for the {qfildren's Ski Program, Tile nlolJon was amended to provide t he $6(X). Sheila Thomson spoke for tile program: "Tbere are 35 children ill tile program. It cosls $35 for each bus trip. ('hester Greenly were then voted auditors. Petition State to IAmit Taxes and Spending The article "to support the resolution to anlend tile State Constiluiion h) limit the an- nual increase in property taxes Io five per cent and to limit tile annual increase ill spending by the state or ally city, town or other govern- menial unit 1o five per cent" was addressed by Meldrim Thomson: "Ill California there was t)roposilion 13. More recently there was a resolution ill Massachusetts. This article is on the warning by petition in 137 towns. It would limit the There are several volunteers increase in spending and taxes helping with tile program. If a at all levels of government. chiht doesn't have the "If at Town Meeting you equipnkenl, it has been arranged for him to borrow some." "'lf we spend $7(100 for I)all l)hlying, we can spend $600 for skiing." said Alice l lodgl on. The town w)ted to provide the $600 for the ski program, A molion to raise $3(X) to hire all outside audilor, was defeated. "The auditors that we have are very efficient in going aboul their business," said (;unther Sunderhof. The nomination of Norman Vfoodard and Charles lh)isinglon as auditors was defealed 15 to 34 on a hand wanled to increase the budget beyond 5 per cent, it could be done by a vote of two-thirds of Ihe voters presenl at the meeting. "In Orford, tile taxes increased in tile last 10 years by 116 per cent. The state spending increased by 212 per cent in 10 years, in spite of having tbe lowest state taxes in the U.S. "If we want to get back Io prosperity, we must limit spending. " "There is also an amend- menl that would make it unconstitutional for the state Io pill a responsibility on the h)cal community without providing the funding." The appropriation was approved for the Upper Valley Lake Sunapee Council. Volers passed over" the article 1o have an outside audit. Voters defeated the motion to petition state legislators to support the resolution to amend,, the State constitution "to limit the  annual increase in spending "Sometimes the best man for the job is a woman". by tile state of any city, town We read this on bumper stickers and on sweatshirts and laughingly acknowledge the truth of the statement. This quotation started rolling around in my head about a The course is free and will vote. Norman Wea)dard and Paul Messer said, "Any belimited to50participants, increases are voted by the !t:i:-',',l<!iii:.il poople in t own meeting. That's ' . .: our heritage and has been for A Woman s Point of View j200 years. I think limiting our w lid sll In wights to decide is taking away , -,-,- nn rne tarm [part of our heritage." L.,im11 V Iz,  The article to express by FRANHYDE [supporl for the resolution '>.': passed on a voice vote. . No quibbling * Twice.a.year billing is dead in Haverhill (continued fronl page I ) acqnire(I through tax collech)r's deeds by public auction or sealed bids, with selectmen authorized to make one last offer to the person who was divested of bis prolx, rly and allow a late redcmplion upon paymenl of all taxes, costs and interest. Also approved was $4,000 for slate audit of town financial * Bath meeting (continued from page I ) non-parlisan ballot in the election of town officials Tile winterization and repair of the town hall with $8,834.58 in Revenue Sharing nmney to ix, applied toward tile projects $12,000 estimated cost was endorsed. The proposed withdrawal of $5,()3.43 from the town's Revenue Sharing funds and its application to the retirement of a note on the fire truck also drew support at the town meeling. The sum of $5,000 for the acquisitation of new road maintenance equipment and $3,6() to enter a contractual agreemenl with the Powers- Leete landfill for the disposal of town garbage and refuse were appropriated. That article seeking to limit the annual increase in property taxes and in spen- ding to 5 per cent was soundly defealed. TllOUGliTS Keep on going and the chances are you will stumble on something, perhaps when you are least expecting it. I have never heard of anyone stumbling on something sit- ling down. Charles F. Kel tering accounts. Klark. in urging passage of Ihe senti-annual tax billiug, said it would provide a belier cash flow and save tile town money on interest for loans it nlnsl now make to pay bills in advance of the once-a-year lax colleclion. Opponents argued that tile lawn Call borrow money at a favorable 9 per cent rate, while taxpayers call earn up to 15 per eenl interest at current rates by leaving their money m the bank a full year before paying taxes. They would lose some of that inlerest by paying half lheir tax bill at mid-year, it was argued, and lhe senti-annual billing proi)sal wenl down to defeat Among those arguing against senti-annual tax t)illing was state Rep Paul iatMotl, who said the proposal would amount Io shifting the lax burden from one element of society to another. He suggested'changing the town's fiscal year lo start on July 1 in order to bring tax revenues in lille with spending needs. Klark was on the winning side in opposing Proposition 2 ill l, pointing out that the vote was only advisory and that the proposal would have to go lhrough the state legislature and then to a statewide referendum, possibly next Novenlber. "1 don'! see how you can expecl anyone to do a decent job for your town by cutting the budget at a lime when costs are rising," Klark said. "You really would be taking away some of the local con- trol.:' Rep. l,aMott, in a brief talk after Town Meeting was of- ficially adjourned, also spoke against Proposition 2 in 1. and said if it had passed Im would probably have gone against a local mandate for like firsl time and opposed it in lhe legislature. lie said Gay. llugh Gallen has proposed a state budget culling state aid to the blind, lhe disabled, dependent tie said it will be 1o "stonewall or against Gallen's ill order to keep the passing its share of the eosti such programs on down towns. children, medicaid reim- Quoting a speaker bursement and aid to nursing Proposition 2 in 1 who said honms and that if these cuts was time "to bite the are enacted, town and county l,aMoll said "'Before you governnlents would have to the bullet, take a good pick up tile cost. hx)k al where it's pointing." SPRING DANCE CLASSES For children ages 7 and older {:lasses begin Wednesday, March 18th---4:30-5:30 P.M.I  At the Bradford Academy Room 27A Taught by Sharon Packer 10 Weeks for $25.00 or $2.75 for singl For further information, call: 429-2301 NORTHERN ENERGY HOMES, Inc. An Investment In The Future / SPRING CLOTHING FASHIONS ARE ARRIVING month ago when I was looking through a collection of recipes (continued from page 1) -- - III ...... IIII IIII  and came upon a small booklet entitled "Good Things to Eat Ill(, fire department; $250 was [ [ from Dry Split Peas and Lentils." It had been given to me in voted for Cottage ttospital; i lath,,,, 4-h,..,.h4.,., .... ,.. ^ i " 1979 in Spokane, Wash., along with a small cloth sack of $250 for Cottage Hospital ] Iv I511 LHUUIIL tUlll LU d [ On the inside cover a smiling woman was giving a vice; and $1,000 for I bprlngtlme I'llflg,  demonstration of the use of peas and lentils. On page l it said, Moosilauke ttealth Center. [  .. ... . . . ,' ., " "Motivated by' the need for marketing and using these The Warren FAST Squad was [ [J0 not nesltate to glue us a nng. - : 'nutritious little nuggets' western growers, food, I specialists, alloted $7,50 for supplies and I '   and homemakers have exerted effort to enhance their equipment as well as $350 for ! - values." The smiling woman was Mrs. Ben Stueckle of Colfax, the purehase of trauma kits. [  , .... Tile selectmen were en- [ / (I '"[   A Quality Post and loam Home Dealllned Wash., who had written about peas and lentils, offered powered to negotiate and  00ancr rtanaers rravet with the Knewledlleable Home Owner In Mina. recipes in minieographed booklets and had now prepared for contract with Rumney for the [ .,,J] "/"" ....  '' I"llellmR The continuous R-3S fom insulating blanket on walls nd roof, R-IS in- distribution by the Idaho and Washing Pea and Lentil operation of a mutual refuse [ '], ./'l['glP/'l I'I/14t181 ,S'I suloting window shodes, air-to-it ventilatin hqmt exchanger, ond pos$iv Commissions the booklet I'd received, disposal facility. No action / .,'.kJ'v I I,,,ll It, I/  V L{k' I ] solar orientation result in high comfort levels nd minimal fuel costs. The booklet contained interestinl facts and helpful hints was taken on Article 17 and 18 I ............ I Traditional and custom designs are vilable, with floor plonning to met for the use of peas and lentils as well as the recipes for par- relative Io funding the [ |]..(k) HU 1N$1 I your individual nlmds. ticular dishes and suggestions of other foods to serve with disposal met . l've used the eight-serving recipe for this and it is good! If I) 3, Moderalor /rthur / " --, I Corner ln  el l'm ever faced with 50 people to feed. they may well get M(frison sub)eel to recall by ].,.1o O,.,3K" 2,,50 NORWICH, VII:. ] .orw,ch. v,. lentils, lhe moderator for action on L _ ] 149-1311 ! ....... i This was my first experience with lentils. I wonder bow these twoarticles. many other women who received a sample at that same convention have started buying lentils.., and that was the aim of the woman who made her recipes available. This started me thinking about another cookbook I had been given. This is a 230-page spiral-bound book entitled "Chuek's On, Selected and Prize Beef Recipes." This book was also the work of farm women who wanted to .: ?y ..:. Use Your Charge Account HARDWARE STORE tW 'IllE Mlk00'l !1 MECH00IC00 FIX-IT BUYING & SELLING Rare Coins Firearms Diamonds Silver Dollars Coin Collections Pocket Watches Gold Coins Gold Scrap Gold Bullion Silver Scrap Silver Bullion Sterling Silver All Silver Coins Investment Services White's Metal Detectors Immediate Payments -- No Delays Dealers Inquiries Invited nc:Nv Last Ideal "extra" tool kit for kitchen drawer, glove compart- ment Set includes drop-forged 8-in adjustable wrench, pair of 6-in. slip-joint pliers, plus two screw- drivers--one regular and one Phillips, packed in a handy plastic =torage pouch. MMTS4 COINS & TREASURES INC. Colonial Plaza , West Lebanon, N H Hours: Mon. thru Sat 1030 to 500 298-5765 Reference [)un4 Bradstreet RE STORE MON-SAT- 7am-5 f80 333-97 make their product appealing and easy for a housewife to use. The Kern County CowBelles had compiled arid edited the book which was produced by The California Beef Council. In the foreword it starts, "Western ranch wives have long since become experts at creating delicious and nutritious dishes from every tasty morsel of the whole beef carcass. It seems not too well known that a 1,000-pound steer yields about 465 pounds of retail beef cuts. Of this, approximately 75 pounds are steaks. This leaves many pounds of good beef to be used in other ways." And the book proceeds to offer recipes for using beef from appetizers through dessert, for inside and barbecue cooking; and in family and banquet quantities. A look al the book would make you realize they used everything but the "moo". In past years Connecticut Valley farm wives have had a milk booth at the Bradford Fair. Across the country other women are promoting their own farm products such as hogs, turkeys, fruit, nuts or what have you; in fact a look through a number of farm magazines or a talk with a group of farm wives will convince you that they are the "men" for this kind of job. National Agriculture Day is March 19 The following brief statistics provided by the Agriculture THE ONE AND ONLY "ONCE-A. YEAR " EVENT THAT BRINGS YOU SPECIAL PRICES ON TY ZENITH PROD Council of America will give a,, idea of the place agriculture These Are Not Strip Down Models, But Quality Zenith System 3 Sets! plays in the life of each of us: In the United States 2 per cent of the population is involved in agriculture; 14 per cent of our disposable income is spent [ SAVE $61.95! ] [ SAVE $71.95! J for food. In the Soviet Union the figures are 18 per cent and 35 per cent; in India 65 per cent and 50 per cent; in Brazil, 40 per _ =i---=-;'.  i/Ill[ Ri!EoI IIt cent. cent and 37 per cent; in Australia, 6 per cent and 16 per cent;   I i France, 10 per cent, 19 per cent: Japan, 14 per cent and 20 per Next week Thursday think of all those engaged in agriculture and thank them for the part they play in making SF ND : our life what it is compared to our world neighbors. odel Sm 1993-w /IF New PRP Circuit 25% More Detail Space Commond-1600 Remote Control On-Screen Channel, Number and Time Display REG. Keyboard Touch-Command Channel Selection New PRP Circuit 25% More Detail Cable Ready REG. lSAVE 001.9S ! cON$oLETTE Color TV Greot for family v=ewin 9. Features include: a Electronic Video Guard Tuning Tri-Focus Picture Tube Triple-Plus Chassis REG.00 ZENITH$508 00598 WEEK ZENITH ZENITH PRICE WEEK WEEK PRICE PRICE