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Page 14-The Journal Opinion-April 8, 1981 Ha.R BLOCK m TAX TEST Question No. t2 I on deduction or you con claim for your chllclmn is I pemmol exemption. [] 1ue [] Folse FALSE. For example, if yours is a two income household, and you incur child are expenses, you should know what Form 2441 means to you. If you don't, lt&R Block does. We'll take the time necessary to understand your complete situation, because if you qualify you may be eligible for up to an $800 tax credit for child care, WE'LL MAKE THE TAX LAW WORK  YOU ,R oc THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE MAIN STREET N. HAVERHILL 603-787-6940 I I North Haverhill Cubs hold genius contest N. HAVERHILL--A Genius Contest was held at the N. Haverhill Cub Scout Meeting of Pack,152 March 16. At the February Pack Meeting each of the Scouts were given a "Genius Kit" containing certain items of which they were to assemble something and bring to their March Pack Meeting. The results were marvelous. Most Imaginative-- 1st Place: Ethan Frechette (Power Crane); 2nd Place: Christopher George ( Running Waterl; 3rd Place: Steven Bricknell ( Indian Village). Best Workmanship-- 1st Place: Chuck Maccini (Wind Mill); 2nd Place: Alex Amature (Locomotive); 3rd Place: Claude LaPete tFlag). Most Unusual-- 1st Place: Shawn Bigelow (Mars Man); 2nd Place: Harry Hill; 3rd Place: Mark Dockham (Game). Funniest-- Ist Place: David Paronto (Scout); 2nd Place: Jeff Simano (Martian); 3rd Place: Willie Hoffman (St. Patrick's Day). Most Realistic Thing-- tst Place: Joshua Steenburg (Phonograph); 2nd Place: Jamie Hill (Farm Wagon); 3rd Place: Chad Mitchell (Sail Boat). Most Realistic Animal or 00J00aeral00 5 le deral,l ' Object-- 1st Place: Mike Dannehy (Pig): 2nd Place: David Allbee (River Raft); 3rd Place: Craig Bailey (Radiot. Honorable Mention-- Paul Dickey t Indian Reservation) ; Robert Thornton (Raftl Cheyenne Greatorex tRaft), John Pike (Scout Camp), and Glenn Dockham. The hard job of judging went to Frank and Mildred Miller, Florence Clough and Shirley MeKean. The following Scouting awards were presented by Cub Master Gall Simano: Christopher George-- Wolf Badge and Gold Arrow Point; Stcven Bricknell-- Wolf Badge, Gold Arrow Point and Silver Arrow Point; David Paronto-- Wolf Badge, Gold Arrow Point and 2 Silver Arrow Points; Chad Mit- chell-- Wolf Badge. Bradford aailor take, BRADFORD--Navy Seaman Recruit Jon L. Larabee, son of Dean and Janice Larabee of Bradford, has completed recruit training at the Naval Training Center, Great Lakes, Ill. During the eight-week training cycle, trainees studied general military subjects designed to prepare them for further academic and on-the-job training in one of the Navy's 85 basic oc- cupational fields. Included in their studies were seamanship, close order drill, Naval history and first aid. A 1979 graduate of Oxbow High School, Larabee joined the Navy in July 1980. ilAVERtliLL STAR StlOW HAVER}tlLL-The Haverhill Library Association will present a slide and cassette show on the Voyager-Saturn mission at 7 p.m, tonight. If the sky is clear, Tom Estill will take those present to the tiaverhill Common to observe the .planet Saturn through a telescope. All are welcome. |TOAE$ Save 20% on soft and sheer Underalls pant' and panties all in one for a smooth comfortable and save 20% on Slenderalls pantyhose and all in one with added support for a smooth comfortable fit. 11 Features long wood han- dle; hollowback, heat- treated, high-carbon III II llllllll II I III . steel blade w/rolled ! I I shoulders. C2LRCSX I YOUR FAMILY DEPARTMENT STORE OPEN FRIOAYll Hardware NIGHTS 'TIL 1 |Use Your 9:00 P.M. I St. Johnsbury, Vt. I Main St. | Charge Fairlee, Vt. I Account Woodsville, N.H. I 333-9701 _ " II I I I II /I I II I II I IIIII Jl IIIIIIII I GOT THE FUEL 0IL BLUES? HS.TRRM WOOD/COAL BOILERS NOW UP TO ALL H.$. TARM s64000 WOOD/COAL BOtLiRSON SALE OFF Pds my not be tkb low api.!l We will gladly come to your house to suggest the best size boiler for you and give an estimate for installation. WE DELIVER and INSTALL Make Tracks To Ends April llth Now is the time to purchase an ilS Tarm Boiler. Don't get the Fuel Oil Blues next year. ('OAL ttEARING--New Hampshire's U.S. Sen. Gordon Humphrey chairs a hearing by the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee in Washington that was prompted by coal shortages in state last winter. "Some critical questions concerning the future availability of anthracite coal must be answered so that New llampshire residents can invest in coal burning equipment with the full knowledge that they will have access to adequate supplies of fuel," Humphrey said. GRAFTON MOTOR SALES INC. WOODSVILLE, N.H. J SATURDAY APRIL 11,1981 - 8AM to 3PM SUPER BARGAINS! REFRESHMENT, DOOR PRIZES! Manufacturer's Representatives will be here from nearly a dozen firms to answer your questions! JUST LOOK AT SOME OF THE BARGAINS! G.P.Paneling as low as $3.99 per sheet VERMONT 20% OFF $100.OFF Weatherboard $18.49 a Armstrong Ceiling Z- Brick All Hardware 20% OFF 20% 25% 15% All Paneling 20% OFF Armstrong Flooring DEFIANCE Woodstoves All Wallpaper 25% OFF Universal Rundle tubs, toilets, & showers CABOTS STAINS O.V.T. Ranch House Hues-semi solid stains Fence & Decking Stains CUPRINOL #10 green #20 clear semi-transparent NEW $16.49 $14.49 $17.99 now $8.99 $7.79 $9.79 water clean-up semi transparent $11.49 gal. $10.49 gal. $10.49 gal. I $18.99 now $. PITTSBURGH PAINT 70-110 Exterior 80-6 Interior Latex Latex $10.99 gal. (SAVE $5 a gallo $8.95 gal. (SAVE $3 a g; II, YOU MA Y REGISTER ANYTIME FROM NOW THRU CASH & CARRY Sure, delivery can be arranged. FOR THE DOOR PRIZES: "ty Building Centers PARK SQUARE WOODSVILLE,N.H. I:30PM APRIL a 7-1/2" SKIL CIRCULAR SAW COUNTER SAVER CUTTING BO WHITE CROSSBUCK STORM " 12 ROLLS OF WALLPAPER DELTA Kitchen Faucet wlspr& a BALLY BUTCHER BLOCK ( IJN' a 2 BUNDLES OF VERMONT wEA! 4 GALLONS of CABOT STAIN a 4 GALLONS of PITTSBURGH INT EXTERIOR PAINT i 9x12 Room of ARMSTRONG 241 CEILING TILE , 9x12 ARMSTRONG SOLARIAN hill e I rh ael t idt Otl ell o lnt .1 at, ] Cb, wi arl ;Y d V( St, a Page 14-The Journal Opinion-April 8, 1981 Ha.R BLOCK m TAX TEST Question No. t2 I on deduction or you con claim for your chllclmn is I pemmol exemption. [] 1ue [] Folse FALSE. For example, if yours is a two income household, and you incur child are expenses, you should know what Form 2441 means to you. If you don't, lt&R Block does. We'll take the time necessary to understand your complete situation, because if you qualify you may be eligible for up to an $800 tax credit for child care, WE'LL MAKE THE TAX LAW WORK  YOU ,R oc THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE MAIN STREET N. HAVERHILL 603-787-6940 I I North Haverhill Cubs hold genius contest N. HAVERHILL--A Genius Contest was held at the N. Haverhill Cub Scout Meeting of Pack,152 March 16. At the February Pack Meeting each of the Scouts were given a "Genius Kit" containing certain items of which they were to assemble something and bring to their March Pack Meeting. The results were marvelous. Most Imaginative-- 1st Place: Ethan Frechette (Power Crane); 2nd Place: Christopher George ( Running Waterl; 3rd Place: Steven Bricknell ( Indian Village). Best Workmanship-- 1st Place: Chuck Maccini (Wind Mill); 2nd Place: Alex Amature (Locomotive); 3rd Place: Claude LaPete tFlag). Most Unusual-- 1st Place: Shawn Bigelow (Mars Man); 2nd Place: Harry Hill; 3rd Place: Mark Dockham (Game). Funniest-- Ist Place: David Paronto (Scout); 2nd Place: Jeff Simano (Martian); 3rd Place: Willie Hoffman (St. Patrick's Day). Most Realistic Thing-- tst Place: Joshua Steenburg (Phonograph); 2nd Place: Jamie Hill (Farm Wagon); 3rd Place: Chad Mitchell (Sail Boat). Most Realistic Animal or 00J00aeral00 5 le deral,l ' Object-- 1st Place: Mike Dannehy (Pig): 2nd Place: David Allbee (River Raft); 3rd Place: Craig Bailey (Radiot. Honorable Mention-- Paul Dickey t Indian Reservation) ; Robert Thornton (Raftl Cheyenne Greatorex tRaft), John Pike (Scout Camp), and Glenn Dockham. The hard job of judging went to Frank and Mildred Miller, Florence Clough and Shirley MeKean. The following Scouting awards were presented by Cub Master Gall Simano: Christopher George-- Wolf Badge and Gold Arrow Point; Stcven Bricknell-- Wolf Badge, Gold Arrow Point and Silver Arrow Point; David Paronto-- Wolf Badge, Gold Arrow Point and 2 Silver Arrow Points; Chad Mit- chell-- Wolf Badge. Bradford aailor take, BRADFORD--Navy Seaman Recruit Jon L. Larabee, son of Dean and Janice Larabee of Bradford, has completed recruit training at the Naval Training Center, Great Lakes, Ill. During the eight-week training cycle, trainees studied general military subjects designed to prepare them for further academic and on-the-job training in one of the Navy's 85 basic oc- cupational fields. Included in their studies were seamanship, close order drill, Naval history and first aid. A 1979 graduate of Oxbow High School, Larabee joined the Navy in July 1980. ilAVERtliLL STAR StlOW HAVER}tlLL-The Haverhill Library Association will present a slide and cassette show on the Voyager-Saturn mission at 7 p.m, tonight. If the sky is clear, Tom Estill will take those present to the tiaverhill Common to observe the .planet Saturn through a telescope. All are welcome. |TOAE$ Save 20% on soft and sheer Underalls pant' and panties all in one for a smooth comfortable and save 20% on Slenderalls pantyhose and all in one with added support for a smooth comfortable fit. 11 Features long wood han- dle; hollowback, heat- treated, high-carbon III II llllllll II I III . steel blade w/rolled ! I I shoulders. C2LRCSX I YOUR FAMILY DEPARTMENT STORE OPEN FRIOAYll Hardware NIGHTS 'TIL 1 |Use Your 9:00 P.M. I St. Johnsbury, Vt. I Main St. | Charge Fairlee, Vt. I Account Woodsville, N.H. I 333-9701 _ " II I I I II /I I II I II I IIIII Jl IIIIIIII I GOT THE FUEL 0IL BLUES? HS.TRRM WOOD/COAL BOILERS NOW UP TO ALL H.$. TARM s64000 WOOD/COAL BOtLiRSON SALE OFF Pds my not be tkb low api.!l We will gladly come to your house to suggest the best size boiler for you and give an estimate for installation. WE DELIVER and INSTALL Make Tracks To Ends April llth Now is the time to purchase an ilS Tarm Boiler. Don't get the Fuel Oil Blues next year. ('OAL ttEARING--New Hampshire's U.S. Sen. Gordon Humphrey chairs a hearing by the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee in Washington that was prompted by coal shortages in state last winter. "Some critical questions concerning the future availability of anthracite coal must be answered so that New llampshire residents can invest in coal burning equipment with the full knowledge that they will have access to adequate supplies of fuel," Humphrey said. GRAFTON MOTOR SALES INC. WOODSVILLE, N.H. J SATURDAY APRIL 11,1981 - 8AM to 3PM SUPER BARGAINS! REFRESHMENT, DOOR PRIZES! Manufacturer's Representatives will be here from nearly a dozen firms to answer your questions! JUST LOOK AT SOME OF THE BARGAINS! G.P.Paneling as low as $3.99 per sheet VERMONT 20% OFF $100.OFF Weatherboard $18.49 a Armstrong Ceiling Z- Brick All Hardware 20% OFF 20% 25% 15% All Paneling 20% OFF Armstrong Flooring DEFIANCE Woodstoves All Wallpaper 25% OFF Universal Rundle tubs, toilets, & showers CABOTS STAINS O.V.T. Ranch House Hues-semi solid stains Fence & Decking Stains CUPRINOL #10 green #20 clear semi-transparent NEW $16.49 $14.49 $17.99 now $8.99 $7.79 $9.79 water clean-up semi transparent $11.49 gal. $10.49 gal. $10.49 gal. I $18.99 now $. PITTSBURGH PAINT 70-110 Exterior 80-6 Interior Latex Latex $10.99 gal. (SAVE $5 a gallo $8.95 gal. (SAVE $3 a g; II, YOU MA Y REGISTER ANYTIME FROM NOW THRU CASH & CARRY Sure, delivery can be arranged. FOR THE DOOR PRIZES: "ty Building Centers PARK SQUARE WOODSVILLE,N.H. I:30PM APRIL a 7-1/2" SKIL CIRCULAR SAW COUNTER SAVER CUTTING BO WHITE CROSSBUCK STORM " 12 ROLLS OF WALLPAPER DELTA Kitchen Faucet wlspr& a BALLY BUTCHER BLOCK ( IJN' a 2 BUNDLES OF VERMONT wEA! 4 GALLONS of CABOT STAIN a 4 GALLONS of PITTSBURGH INT EXTERIOR PAINT i 9x12 Room of ARMSTRONG 241 CEILING TILE , 9x12 ARMSTRONG SOLARIAN hill e I rh ael t idt Otl ell o lnt .1 at, ] Cb, wi arl ;Y d V( St, a