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00Cub Scout + March 31, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 5 nil itll ( Sports iiJ ,, tr VermontNew Hampshire 00inewood Derby soccer AU teams name local players DERBY CAR BUILDER AWARDS--- Left to right: Best ap- Campbell; best design, John Tomlinson; funniest design, Scan DERBY RACE WINNERS-- Left to right: First place, Craig letnd place, Mark Belval; third place, Steve Long. Pinewood Derby 1982 CUB SCOUT PINEWOOD DERBY-- 45 Cub Scouts from 16 Vermont towns took part in last weekend's 1982 Pinewood Derby held in the gym- nasium at Oxbow High School. The scouts carve and sand these cars out of blocks of wood and are weighed to weigh in on an even scale. Many long hours are spent by the scouts on their cars and the car best designed for racing usually comes out the winner. CLOSE CALLS-- Bradford Selectman Leonard Dobbins helped judge the winners at the finish line. .... Watch as their Pinewood Derby cars get lined up on the track. utive Councdo" r Report diversified show that we rank among states east in both, industrial expansion. Our continues to occur in the Valley and in the the state with the third among the six .ndustrial development one who is assigned nthern counties will first, the industries in New Hampshire interested in starting in matching communities with the expanding firms as we Ice,WE  rational .growth in the H 1.- Stl( te future, we do not ex- c00nge in the growth i[t 0 t"e ntlUple of years, Firms ;  the : uers of employees will t tw ...+ti ,tolarger cities which have ll'lill ,- :SuPport them. Smaller ',,[irad2)Ward smaller towns + tow00 +row r 'e ,h and Diversity of our enable us to ,;h0uld withstand minor downturns as we withstood that of 1980. While automotive- related businesses suffered, computer firms grew and the New Hampshire economy remained stable. We are working to maintain such diversity. The Film and Television Bureau, established in the spring of 1980, is a one person operation, assisted and advised by an unpaid commission. Its purpose is to attract movie and television producers to go "on location" in New Hampshire and thus utilize many of the same facilities as our tourists; hotels, restaurants, car rentals, etc. In it's first year the bureau played host to three important films: "King of America", a PBS film about greek immigrants w filmed in Wolfeboro and Lebanon; Squam Lake was the location for "On Golden Pond", a feature film starring Katharine Hepburn and Henry Fonda, with Jane,Fonda, playing her real life role as Henry s daughter. The third film was entitled "Summer" from the Edith Wharton novel. The movie stars Diane Lane and was shot in the Monad- neck Area. All told the film makers spent close to $4,000,000 in the state. There will be additional promotional value when the films are released showing the beauties of New Hampshire. We look for more of the same in 1981, though we can't promise Hepburn or Fonda. LEBANON-- Severall All New England performers and more than 35 All State choices will be featured in this summer's eighth annual Lions Twin State Soccer Cup Match, as the 22-man rosters for the Vermont and New Hampshire interscholastic all star teams were formally announced on Sunday. Both squads and their coaches were guests of the Lions Twin State Soccer Association at a kick-off banquet at the Lebanon Lodge of Elks, the first step towards this year's game, scheduled for Saturday, July 17' at Middlebury College's Porter Field. New Hampshire holds a 4-3 edge in the first seven games in the series, an annual charity event inaugurated in 1975, as last year's 3-1 victory at Keene put the Granite State in the lead after Vermont had won the first three games. New Hampshire's squad, coached by Mike Abbott of Hinsdale, will include a trio of All New England selections in midfielders Thad Johnson of Kearsarge and Bill McFadden of Hanover and forward Mike Slayn of Woodsville, whose 117 points established a new career scoring record for the state. Abbott will have two players from his A Division state championship team on his squad while Hanover High, Division AA runner-up, had four players named to the New Burnham, Pinkerton; Brad Cone, Manchester Memorial; Peter Fontaine, Exeter; Barry Gay, Kearsarge; Dan Gogan, Stevens; Tom Harris, Hanover. Forwards -- Trent Bushey, Pinkerton; Phil Cote, Pinkerton; Brian Foley, Londonderry; Jim Hebert, Hearsarge; Jeff Holmes, Fall Mountain; Eric Lee, Man- chester West; Mike Slayton, Woodsville; Todd Toensing, Hanover. Halfbacks -- Mike Aldrich, Woodsville; Doug Clark, Lebanon; Dan Forrester, Hinsdale; Thad Johnson, Kearsarge; Bill McFadden, Hanover; Kevin Tremblay, Pinkerton. Staff -- Head Coach, Mike Abbott, Hinsdale; Assistant Coaches, Tom Stewart, I ,U tmof.DOor  1 Monadnock, and Larry d ThOughts on the WElkins, White Mountain; Managers, John Freitas and Mark Wojchick, Hinsdale. Vermont Goalies -- Steve Nedde,  by Oary W, Moore Champlain Valley; Scott Walker, Green Mountain.  _) Fullbacks -- Mike Lawson, Middlebury ; Christian Parent, Spaulding. Halfbacks -- Scott Anderson, Proctor; Scott Beayon, Fair Haven; Erik Esckilsen, S. Burlington; Bill Famer, Mount Mansfield, Paul Koks, Burr & Burton; Jason Schoffstall, Burr & Burton; Bill Skiff, Champlain Valley; Justin Ward, Mid- TROUT FISHING TO OPEN SOON The big day for many Vermont sportsmen is April 10. That is the day that the 1982 trout season opens. Hard as it may be to believe with the bone chilling 10 degree weather of this weekend and the ample amounts of snow opening day is less than two weeks away. Instead of waders those of us who fish brooks may need showshoes. Unless we get some warm weather fast with a lot of wind, few anglers will find open water in the lakes and ponds that often are hot just after ice out. Now is the time to sit by the fire and get ready for the day that you will head out in search of the trout or salmon. All Hampshire team. dlebury; Darren White, The Vermont team, which Danville. will he coached by Arlington Forwards -- Kris Cone, High School's John Werner, Arlington; Andy Fellows, will feature three players Peoples Academy; Dave from Divison I champion Garvey, S. Burlington; .Ron Champlain Valley,Iion, and Huntington, Oxbow; Steven three froni DiviSion II titlist Miner, Champlain Valley; that gear that you not so carefully stored last fall needs to be checked and serviced. Start with the tackle box. Isn't it amazing how much of a jumble those lures make all tangled together. Rubic's Cube is easy compared to straightening out my tckle box after a year's hard use. Dump everything out and begin by cleaning the box in preparation for the coming season. Examine each item Catamount Speedway Lions Soccer Association Health Services Inc., Town President Larry Simino of Nurse will be at the Orange Ferrislmrg, Vt. East Senior Center on Wed- 00ears up for MILTON, VT.-- The entries are pouring in for the April 18 Spring Green at Catamount Speedway, and they comprise what promises to be the most diverse field in Catamount Speedway history. There will be drivers and cars representing every New England state plus the Province of Quebec, and they could provide the closest competition ever. From New York comes Tim Dykman, Bob Brunell, and Alan Aussicker. Dykman has won two events on northern tour tracks, while Brunell will debut a brand new Rosner racing machine for the tour opener. Aussicker is a fast- improving sophomore driver, and could also pull off a top finish. From Vermont comes such well-known tour stars as Hobble Crouch, Steve Poulin, Bobby Dragon, and Hector Leclair. Each is a tour veteran, and all will be in the hunt for the Spring Green checkers. The New Hampshire in- vasion will be led by veteran Stub Fadden of N. Haverhill, arid includes 1981 two-time winner Allen Whipple and veteran driver Dick Glines of Jackson. Out of the wilds of Maine comes a large contingent of season Maine runners. Among them are fan favorite GardEner Levitt, former rookie of the year Leland Kangas, Oxford Speedway ace Mike Rowe, former grand national driver Stan Meserve, and top drivers Skip Cahill, Jim Brown, Jim Burns, plus promising young Richard Pinkham of Saco. From the southern New England area comes such stars as Johnny Tripp, in the new Lindblad creation, Joey Kourafas, and Wes Rosner. And finally, from Quebec, comes Canadian challengers veteran Jean-Paul Cabana, Roger Laperle, Langis Caron, Keith Cavanagh, J.P. Larose, and 1981 STP Canadian Champion Claude Leclerc of Repentigny. Catamount Speedway's 1982 Spring Green gets underway Sunday, April 18 at 2:00 p.m. Take exit 17 off 1-89 at Milton, Vt. COMMUNITY HEALTH SERVICES W. FAIRLEE-- A Community Health Services Inc., Town Nurse will be at the Bean Hall in W. Fairlee on Tuesday, April 5 from 12:00 to 4:00 p.m. The nurse will be checking for diabetes, hypertension and weight problems. FREE MOWER " "-'! WORTH UP TO $565 I i WITH A NEW i Burr and Burton. Amongthe Kevin Ratti, Practor; David carefully to see what needs repair. I, ist the items missing or l COBCADET: i all New England selections on Smith, Canaan Memorial; in short supply so that you can purchase them. the Green Mountain rester are Glenn Squiers, Burr & Burton; Each lure should be given close attention. Replace any Oxbow's Ron Huntington, Jamey Wimble, Harwood. worn or cracked eyelets and swivels. Repaint the faded or ! ! goalkeeper Steve Neede of Staff -- Head Coach, John worn plugs and lures so that they will be more effective. Now CVU and midfielder Bill Werner, Arlington; is a good time to experiment by adding bright flourescent Farmer of Mount Mansfield. Assistants, Dan Hudson, colors to add underwater visibility. The game, scheduled for Hazen Union, and Curt Belton, It is a good idea to sharpen every hook. Many fish are lost " l I 2:00 p.m. at Middlebury's S. Burlington; Manager, Bill because of a dull hook. Use small needle nose pliers to g Porter Field, will be preceded Harty. Sacred Heart. reshape the hook. Tben, usingasmalljeweler'sfile, remove [ , ! by a 10:30 parade through  the point burrs. Use 180 grit carborundum paper and stroke downtown Middlebory and a towards the point for final sharpening. Check for sharpness chicken barbecue at t he game Bradford au uiV"u+t" by carefully running the point across the tumb nail. Sharp I  I site. Last year, at Keene, hooks should scribe a fine whiteline. | more than 25,000 spectators Spor meeVhz Next check the reels. Take them apart and clean, oil and 1 Jll | viewed the l-unit parade inspect the parts for wear. Pay special attention to the drag 1 I I BRADFORD-- The Bradford mechanism. Check for drag smoothness by mounting the reel  Get a free 38,"  - '"lll'lP and more than G,000 were on Youth Sparts Association will on a rod and running theline through tbe guides. Thenhavea I I hand for thegame, hold its spring organizational partner pull the line. Observe the rod tip. If the reel has a The annual event benefits meeting on Sunday, April 14. smooth drag the tip will barefuly fluctuate. Use a cotton Q-tip - mower worth up to V Lions Clubs' health and sight The meeting will take place to inspect the ball arm roller guide, nose cone eyelets and all ! $565 with the purchase of a new ! conservation charities in both at 12:00 noon in the office of points where the line contacts reel surfaces. Replace rather International 482,582, 582 Special, 682, states. The first seven mat- Dr. Mark Harris on the Upper than try to polish burred surfaces. 1 ches, supported by more than Plain in Bradford. Line is a very important component and is often -| 782,982, or1282 Cub Cadet. Or, treatyourself to a free 36, mower worth up to l 5,000throughoutLiOnsNewin Hampshire135 clubs The meeting is free and overlooked. It should be replaced at least once a year. Don't ] $,375 when you buy a new International | andmoreVermont,than $117,000have nettedfor opentopicstOtothebe publiC.discussedAmOngor actedthe overthe spoolfill" edge.Line should be spooled to within % of an inch from  Cadet 182, 282 Hydro, 382, or 382 Hydro. charities, upon at the meeting are the Now for tbe rods. Carefully exmaine each rod for hair line i Ofers expire May 31.1982 * i At Sunday's banquet, at- election of officers for the cracks. Ferrules should be checked for tightness. A Q-tip tended by more than 150 Lions organization and the should be used to check each guide for burs that can quickly  TNI[ RliD I[IIL il and guests, the players and assignment of Little League wear line and cost you the big one. Reel seats should also be I II'OUON lrll&LI[ OFIFIER$. I coaches were the subjects fr and Babe Ruth League checked to make surethey held thereel securely" i i photo sessions, were in- coaches. It is time to locate and check all the rest of the gear you will troduced to their teammates need. Do those waders leak? Opening day water aremighty and coaching staffs, and were cold. Can you find the creel and bait can. I  SEE STAN OR JOHN guests foraspeakingprogram Areyougoingtouseaboat?ffyouareyouhadbesteheckit JKELTON MOTORS, INC] which included New Hamp- COMMUNITY HEALTH out. Now is a good time to paint the seats and repair the oar shire College soccer coach SERVICES .locks. I hope that you have started the motor. They tend to Rob Grabill. Presiding was BRADFORD-- A Community foul up after a winter of storage. Did you remember to [ Route 14 White River Jct., Vt. | register the boat and trailer. A ticket and fine don't make for i 802-295-3105 a good opening day. ==ommo--iOmmo'--='=mmo,i==e ,[,H, e ,H o-,=- -| The squad rosters: New Hampshire Goalies -- David Barlow, Hanover; Tim Lyster, Hin- sdale. Fullbacks -- Keith nesday, April 14 from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. The nurse will be checking for diabetes, hypertension and weight problems. +i 'RABBIT BREEDERS MEETING ST. JOHNSBURY-- There will be a meeting for local Rabbit Breeders in St. Johesbury on Wednesday, March" 31 at the extension service office. The meeting will begin at 7:00 p.m. For additional information call 802-626-8391. I II WELL DRILLING ROTARY HAMMER DRILLING. 20 YEARS DRILLING EXPERIENCE (:ONXPL[ TE WATE SYSTEMS INSTALLED FOR FREE ESTIMATE CALL OR WRITE The E. BENEDINI Artesian We!l Co. B(.,r- V,, D,,ve R D Borr*e, V+ 476 483 30 YEARS EXPERIENCE i II I CORN00? Soft pads protect lm]/ Fj  from pain, while medicated disks work to remove corns. 10% A.P.R. Financing Now Available ( J Get a quality John Deere Backhoe now.., save money with our special prices and our special financing. Help minimize downtime on the job this year With a high-performance machine, backed by prompt, professional parts and rvice support. Call of stop in now--at any one of these locations! New England Equipment COn Ir00. Rt' No. 14 U.S. Route 2 & Industrial Ave. White River Jct., Vermont So. Burlington, Vt. 295-7SS3 802-658-2121 THERE THEY GO!-- Track builder Robert Tomlinson lets them go as WYKR announcer Gene Puffer (standing at left) gives the play by play. DrSchofl's Zino-pad00 00Cub Scout + March 31, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 5 nil itll ( Sports iiJ ,, tr VermontNew Hampshire 00inewood Derby soccer AU teams name local players DERBY CAR BUILDER AWARDS--- Left to right: Best ap- Campbell; best design, John Tomlinson; funniest design, Scan DERBY RACE WINNERS-- Left to right: First place, Craig letnd place, Mark Belval; third place, Steve Long. Pinewood Derby 1982 CUB SCOUT PINEWOOD DERBY-- 45 Cub Scouts from 16 Vermont towns took part in last weekend's 1982 Pinewood Derby held in the gym- nasium at Oxbow High School. The scouts carve and sand these cars out of blocks of wood and are weighed to weigh in on an even scale. Many long hours are spent by the scouts on their cars and the car best designed for racing usually comes out the winner. CLOSE CALLS-- Bradford Selectman Leonard Dobbins helped judge the winners at the finish line. .... Watch as their Pinewood Derby cars get lined up on the track. utive Councdo" r Report diversified show that we rank among states east in both, industrial expansion. Our continues to occur in the Valley and in the the state with the third among the six .ndustrial development one who is assigned nthern counties will first, the industries in New Hampshire interested in starting in matching communities with the expanding firms as we Ice,WE  rational .growth in the H 1.- Stl( te future, we do not ex- c00nge in the growth i[t 0 t"e ntlUple of years, Firms ;  the : uers of employees will t tw ...+ti ,tolarger cities which have ll'lill ,- :SuPport them. Smaller ',,[irad2)Ward smaller towns + tow00 +row r 'e ,h and Diversity of our enable us to ,;h0uld withstand minor downturns as we withstood that of 1980. While automotive- related businesses suffered, computer firms grew and the New Hampshire economy remained stable. We are working to maintain such diversity. The Film and Television Bureau, established in the spring of 1980, is a one person operation, assisted and advised by an unpaid commission. Its purpose is to attract movie and television producers to go "on location" in New Hampshire and thus utilize many of the same facilities as our tourists; hotels, restaurants, car rentals, etc. In it's first year the bureau played host to three important films: "King of America", a PBS film about greek immigrants w filmed in Wolfeboro and Lebanon; Squam Lake was the location for "On Golden Pond", a feature film starring Katharine Hepburn and Henry Fonda, with Jane,Fonda, playing her real life role as Henry s daughter. The third film was entitled "Summer" from the Edith Wharton novel. The movie stars Diane Lane and was shot in the Monad- neck Area. All told the film makers spent close to $4,000,000 in the state. There will be additional promotional value when the films are released showing the beauties of New Hampshire. We look for more of the same in 1981, though we can't promise Hepburn or Fonda. LEBANON-- Severall All New England performers and more than 35 All State choices will be featured in this summer's eighth annual Lions Twin State Soccer Cup Match, as the 22-man rosters for the Vermont and New Hampshire interscholastic all star teams were formally announced on Sunday. Both squads and their coaches were guests of the Lions Twin State Soccer Association at a kick-off banquet at the Lebanon Lodge of Elks, the first step towards this year's game, scheduled for Saturday, July 17' at Middlebury College's Porter Field. New Hampshire holds a 4-3 edge in the first seven games in the series, an annual charity event inaugurated in 1975, as last year's 3-1 victory at Keene put the Granite State in the lead after Vermont had won the first three games. New Hampshire's squad, coached by Mike Abbott of Hinsdale, will include a trio of All New England selections in midfielders Thad Johnson of Kearsarge and Bill McFadden of Hanover and forward Mike Slayn of Woodsville, whose 117 points established a new career scoring record for the state. Abbott will have two players from his A Division state championship team on his squad while Hanover High, Division AA runner-up, had four players named to the New Burnham, Pinkerton; Brad Cone, Manchester Memorial; Peter Fontaine, Exeter; Barry Gay, Kearsarge; Dan Gogan, Stevens; Tom Harris, Hanover. Forwards -- Trent Bushey, Pinkerton; Phil Cote, Pinkerton; Brian Foley, Londonderry; Jim Hebert, Hearsarge; Jeff Holmes, Fall Mountain; Eric Lee, Man- chester West; Mike Slayton, Woodsville; Todd Toensing, Hanover. Halfbacks -- Mike Aldrich, Woodsville; Doug Clark, Lebanon; Dan Forrester, Hinsdale; Thad Johnson, Kearsarge; Bill McFadden, Hanover; Kevin Tremblay, Pinkerton. Staff -- Head Coach, Mike Abbott, Hinsdale; Assistant Coaches, Tom Stewart, I ,U tmof.DOor  1 Monadnock, and Larry d ThOughts on the WElkins, White Mountain; Managers, John Freitas and Mark Wojchick, Hinsdale. Vermont Goalies -- Steve Nedde,  by Oary W, Moore Champlain Valley; Scott Walker, Green Mountain.  _) Fullbacks -- Mike Lawson, Middlebury ; Christian Parent, Spaulding. Halfbacks -- Scott Anderson, Proctor; Scott Beayon, Fair Haven; Erik Esckilsen, S. Burlington; Bill Famer, Mount Mansfield, Paul Koks, Burr & Burton; Jason Schoffstall, Burr & Burton; Bill Skiff, Champlain Valley; Justin Ward, Mid- TROUT FISHING TO OPEN SOON The big day for many Vermont sportsmen is April 10. That is the day that the 1982 trout season opens. Hard as it may be to believe with the bone chilling 10 degree weather of this weekend and the ample amounts of snow opening day is less than two weeks away. Instead of waders those of us who fish brooks may need showshoes. Unless we get some warm weather fast with a lot of wind, few anglers will find open water in the lakes and ponds that often are hot just after ice out. Now is the time to sit by the fire and get ready for the day that you will head out in search of the trout or salmon. All Hampshire team. dlebury; Darren White, The Vermont team, which Danville. will he coached by Arlington Forwards -- Kris Cone, High School's John Werner, Arlington; Andy Fellows, will feature three players Peoples Academy; Dave from Divison I champion Garvey, S. Burlington; .Ron Champlain Valley,Iion, and Huntington, Oxbow; Steven three froni DiviSion II titlist Miner, Champlain Valley; that gear that you not so carefully stored last fall needs to be checked and serviced. Start with the tackle box. Isn't it amazing how much of a jumble those lures make all tangled together. Rubic's Cube is easy compared to straightening out my tckle box after a year's hard use. Dump everything out and begin by cleaning the box in preparation for the coming season. Examine each item Catamount Speedway Lions Soccer Association Health Services Inc., Town President Larry Simino of Nurse will be at the Orange Ferrislmrg, Vt. East Senior Center on Wed- 00ears up for MILTON, VT.-- The entries are pouring in for the April 18 Spring Green at Catamount Speedway, and they comprise what promises to be the most diverse field in Catamount Speedway history. There will be drivers and cars representing every New England state plus the Province of Quebec, and they could provide the closest competition ever. From New York comes Tim Dykman, Bob Brunell, and Alan Aussicker. Dykman has won two events on northern tour tracks, while Brunell will debut a brand new Rosner racing machine for the tour opener. Aussicker is a fast- improving sophomore driver, and could also pull off a top finish. From Vermont comes such well-known tour stars as Hobble Crouch, Steve Poulin, Bobby Dragon, and Hector Leclair. Each is a tour veteran, and all will be in the hunt for the Spring Green checkers. The New Hampshire in- vasion will be led by veteran Stub Fadden of N. Haverhill, arid includes 1981 two-time winner Allen Whipple and veteran driver Dick Glines of Jackson. Out of the wilds of Maine comes a large contingent of season Maine runners. Among them are fan favorite GardEner Levitt, former rookie of the year Leland Kangas, Oxford Speedway ace Mike Rowe, former grand national driver Stan Meserve, and top drivers Skip Cahill, Jim Brown, Jim Burns, plus promising young Richard Pinkham of Saco. From the southern New England area comes such stars as Johnny Tripp, in the new Lindblad creation, Joey Kourafas, and Wes Rosner. And finally, from Quebec, comes Canadian challengers veteran Jean-Paul Cabana, Roger Laperle, Langis Caron, Keith Cavanagh, J.P. Larose, and 1981 STP Canadian Champion Claude Leclerc of Repentigny. Catamount Speedway's 1982 Spring Green gets underway Sunday, April 18 at 2:00 p.m. Take exit 17 off 1-89 at Milton, Vt. COMMUNITY HEALTH SERVICES W. FAIRLEE-- A Community Health Services Inc., Town Nurse will be at the Bean Hall in W. Fairlee on Tuesday, April 5 from 12:00 to 4:00 p.m. The nurse will be checking for diabetes, hypertension and weight problems. FREE MOWER " "-'! WORTH UP TO $565 I i WITH A NEW i Burr and Burton. Amongthe Kevin Ratti, Practor; David carefully to see what needs repair. I, ist the items missing or l COBCADET: i all New England selections on Smith, Canaan Memorial; in short supply so that you can purchase them. the Green Mountain rester are Glenn Squiers, Burr & Burton; Each lure should be given close attention. Replace any Oxbow's Ron Huntington, Jamey Wimble, Harwood. worn or cracked eyelets and swivels. Repaint the faded or ! ! goalkeeper Steve Neede of Staff -- Head Coach, John worn plugs and lures so that they will be more effective. Now CVU and midfielder Bill Werner, Arlington; is a good time to experiment by adding bright flourescent Farmer of Mount Mansfield. Assistants, Dan Hudson, colors to add underwater visibility. The game, scheduled for Hazen Union, and Curt Belton, It is a good idea to sharpen every hook. Many fish are lost " l I 2:00 p.m. at Middlebury's S. Burlington; Manager, Bill because of a dull hook. Use small needle nose pliers to g Porter Field, will be preceded Harty. Sacred Heart. reshape the hook. Tben, usingasmalljeweler'sfile, remove [ , ! by a 10:30 parade through  the point burrs. Use 180 grit carborundum paper and stroke downtown Middlebory and a towards the point for final sharpening. Check for sharpness chicken barbecue at t he game Bradford au uiV"u+t" by carefully running the point across the tumb nail. Sharp I  I site. Last year, at Keene, hooks should scribe a fine whiteline. | more than 25,000 spectators Spor meeVhz Next check the reels. Take them apart and clean, oil and 1 Jll | viewed the l-unit parade inspect the parts for wear. Pay special attention to the drag 1 I I BRADFORD-- The Bradford mechanism. Check for drag smoothness by mounting the reel  Get a free 38,"  - '"lll'lP and more than G,000 were on Youth Sparts Association will on a rod and running theline through tbe guides. Thenhavea I I hand for thegame, hold its spring organizational partner pull the line. Observe the rod tip. If the reel has a The annual event benefits meeting on Sunday, April 14. smooth drag the tip will barefuly fluctuate. Use a cotton Q-tip - mower worth up to V Lions Clubs' health and sight The meeting will take place to inspect the ball arm roller guide, nose cone eyelets and all ! $565 with the purchase of a new ! conservation charities in both at 12:00 noon in the office of points where the line contacts reel surfaces. Replace rather International 482,582, 582 Special, 682, states. The first seven mat- Dr. Mark Harris on the Upper than try to polish burred surfaces. 1 ches, supported by more than Plain in Bradford. Line is a very important component and is often -| 782,982, or1282 Cub Cadet. Or, treatyourself to a free 36, mower worth up to l 5,000throughoutLiOnsNewin Hampshire135 clubs The meeting is free and overlooked. It should be replaced at least once a year. Don't ] $,375 when you buy a new International | andmoreVermont,than $117,000have nettedfor opentopicstOtothebe publiC.discussedAmOngor actedthe overthe spoolfill" edge.Line should be spooled to within % of an inch from  Cadet 182, 282 Hydro, 382, or 382 Hydro. charities, upon at the meeting are the Now for tbe rods. Carefully exmaine each rod for hair line i Ofers expire May 31.1982 * i At Sunday's banquet, at- election of officers for the cracks. Ferrules should be checked for tightness. A Q-tip tended by more than 150 Lions organization and the should be used to check each guide for burs that can quickly  TNI[ RliD I[IIL il and guests, the players and assignment of Little League wear line and cost you the big one. Reel seats should also be I II'OUON lrll&LI[ OFIFIER$. I coaches were the subjects fr and Babe Ruth League checked to make surethey held thereel securely" i i photo sessions, were in- coaches. It is time to locate and check all the rest of the gear you will troduced to their teammates need. Do those waders leak? Opening day water aremighty and coaching staffs, and were cold. Can you find the creel and bait can. I  SEE STAN OR JOHN guests foraspeakingprogram Areyougoingtouseaboat?ffyouareyouhadbesteheckit JKELTON MOTORS, INC] which included New Hamp- COMMUNITY HEALTH out. Now is a good time to paint the seats and repair the oar shire College soccer coach SERVICES .locks. I hope that you have started the motor. They tend to Rob Grabill. Presiding was BRADFORD-- A Community foul up after a winter of storage. Did you remember to [ Route 14 White River Jct., Vt. | register the boat and trailer. A ticket and fine don't make for i 802-295-3105 a good opening day. ==ommo--iOmmo'--='=mmo,i==e ,[,H, e ,H o-,=- -| The squad rosters: New Hampshire Goalies -- David Barlow, Hanover; Tim Lyster, Hin- sdale. Fullbacks -- Keith nesday, April 14 from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. The nurse will be checking for diabetes, hypertension and weight problems. +i 'RABBIT BREEDERS MEETING ST. JOHNSBURY-- There will be a meeting for local Rabbit Breeders in St. Johesbury on Wednesday, March" 31 at the extension service office. The meeting will begin at 7:00 p.m. For additional information call 802-626-8391. I II WELL DRILLING ROTARY HAMMER DRILLING. 20 YEARS DRILLING EXPERIENCE (:ONXPL[ TE WATE SYSTEMS INSTALLED FOR FREE ESTIMATE CALL OR WRITE The E. BENEDINI Artesian We!l Co. B(.,r- V,, D,,ve R D Borr*e, V+ 476 483 30 YEARS EXPERIENCE i II I CORN00? Soft pads protect lm]/ Fj  from pain, while medicated disks work to remove corns. 10% A.P.R. Financing Now Available ( J Get a quality John Deere Backhoe now.., save money with our special prices and our special financing. Help minimize downtime on the job this year With a high-performance machine, backed by prompt, professional parts and rvice support. Call of stop in now--at any one of these locations! New England Equipment COn Ir00. Rt' No. 14 U.S. Route 2 & Industrial Ave. White River Jct., Vermont So. Burlington, Vt. 295-7SS3 802-658-2121 THERE THEY GO!-- Track builder Robert Tomlinson lets them go as WYKR announcer Gene Puffer (standing at left) gives the play by play. DrSchofl's Zino-pad00