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Page 4A-The Second Opinion-May 20, 1981 COME TO HAVERHILL GARDENS for your gardening needs WIDE ASSORTMENT OF ANNUALS ANNUALS Petunias (20 varieties); Marigolds (9 rarities) ; Impatiens (6 colors) ; Asters, Calendula, Cleome, Flowering Cabbage, Gazania, Straw Flowers, Nicotiana, Snap Dragons and many, many, many others. Come see our BIGGER and BETTER selection of perennials VEGETABLES TOMATOES-- Eight Varieties Sold individually -- try one of each We are growing two new varieties -- We are growing two new varieties -- BURPEE EARLY PICK AND BURPEE LONG KEEPER. -- Broccoli -- Egg Plant -- Brussels Sprouts -- Melon -- Ca bbage -- Watermelon -- Cauliflower -- Peppers -- Celery -- Hot Peppers LADD LANE HAVERHILL, N.H. PHONE (603) 989-5541 We also have 18 different varieties of herbs OPEN 7 DAYS 9:00 A.M. - 6:00 P.M. SLL win offer career planning HANOVER--The School for difficult career areas Lifelong Learning will offer the "Career Planning Program" of the American College Testing Service for a second time June 24. The program is open to all people interested in assessing their career and personal goals and is sponsored by the School for Lifelong Learning, Connecticut Valley Region, and the Regional Center for Educational Training in Hanover. The program helps a person match their abilities, experiences, and interests to by means of a test and sub- sequent self-assessment of the test results. Pre-registration is necessary. For information call Anne Thayer at (603) 643- 5666. BITS OF INFORMATION "It is far easier to be wise for others than to be so for oneself." La Rochefoucauld er00NaQW OPEN Natural Living Cener Downtairs From Dr. Mark Harris Upper Plain, Route 5 Bradford, Vermont . Weight Reduction Clinics . Stress Management Clinics . Vegetarian Cooking Classes . Natural Foods & Uses . Herbs and Uses . Whollstic Learning . 5-Day No Smoking Clinics . Marriage Enrichment Seminars Joe & Debi DeAngelis Proprietors HERE'S THE GIFT YOU WON'T THROW AWAY!!! I! ,,,,, ,,- il !1 ,o.,.,o. II YOUR OWN PERSONALIZED SOCIAL SECURIff CARD! VA INFORMATION Q- My husband is a World War I veteran who is not eligible for Veterans Administration pension due to income. Is he eligible for VA outpatient treatment? A -- Yes. A World War I veteran may be provided VA outpatient treatment for any condition even though he is not receiving a VA pension. BRADFORD NATIONAL BANK will provide you free of charge a beautiful plastic identification card showing your name and social security number. Visit any of our four full service community offices to sign up for yours. NO FUSS - NO OBLIGATION Give For Graduation 'd Futkmds hy Use Your Charge Account WoocviUe,-N. H' St. Jolmabury, Vt. NEW CAR SALES -SERVICE- USEO Ce SLES RT. 5&25 AT THE LIGHTS Barn TILL 6prn THURS. TILL 9prn ATI'RACTIVE FINANCE & INSURANCE PLAN We invite you to attend our showingg of the 1982 Chevy Cavalier. It's Chevy's new front wheel drive economy car, rated at 26 mpg city and 43 mpg highway. -'1" We will be having refreshments and a door prize Thursday, Friday and " BVLB Saturday, May 21, 22rid and 23rd. SO PLEASE DROP IN AND SEE US .,e FOR FURTHER INFORMATION. BRADFORD NATIONAL BAN """' '- "" "-"--- -"--'-"--- ..,,,, Blake Chevrolet Co. Inc. noFoo, VMONT  m-n Bradford, Vt. Member F,deral ,nlurance )OO|t* ]rured To $too, ooo (802) 222-5236 State parks open Friday S A L E in Vermont * " ' All parks in the Vermont State Park System will of- ficially open May 22 for the 1981 season. The normal season will extend to Columbus Day weekend in October. Reser- vations for camping are running about 15 per cent ahead of the 1980 season Reservations may be made with the Park Ranger at the State Park. Season passes for day use are available at each park in addition to the Department of Forests, Parks and Recreation in Montpelier. This year, the Naturalist Program will be offered at many of the parks again. In addition, an expanded program will be offered for campers through a program coordinator at Lake Carmi State Park, Bomoseen State Park, and in the Groton State Forest. The fees for all activities and entrance to the parks will be the same as last season except for the marina at Burton Island State Park. "Ine mooring fee at Burton Island has been increased to 35 cents per foot per day. However, there will no longer be a fee charged for boat holding tank pumpouts at the marina. Fee schedules may be ob- this week $2.00 Ladies tops.., blouse:.., jackets... slacks.., jeans... and, Children shirts and jeans % OFF GROUP LEVIS, DEMINS, Reg. $18.95 SPECIAL $12.88 MANY OTHER SPECIAL IN ALL DEPA Register for a I FREE IGIFT CERTIF tained from any State Park or the Dept. of Forests, Parks le yp and Recreation, Agency of Environmental Conservation, YOUR f,ltV [P/RTINT STORF Montpelier, Vermont 05602. st Johnsbury, Vt. * Woodsville, N. H Hews of Your b Out 6:00 PM HewsDay Tired of having thenew= preached to you from  e Burlington? Well, we're chimglng the way the twin-stain watch Our new news... NewsOay.., Is like sifting down with about what happened today. For the news of your day, watch NewsDly tonightl i ii iii i iii i i illl ii ill iii i i i i l //" i i i f,/ / , . t, 1.,, .-'f ,, ,_ , ,/" .,, , ,,, / / ,// "/ /',/'" / ,'  / / ." J / ' , , f / , /'/ : /#/  a j. c ar : ";: % -" // ./" ," b I ' " :l "S _  "" ", " i r fO o6t '00s:u . z-_ 3. s-. j; ]% stay does affect widower Social issued a that widows or remarry at continue to security bet reduction in Also, if the social widow or to take a on the new record if it The ru] remarria people receiving viving diW Remarriage she or he eligible for However, if marriage under 6o or divorced entitled to benefit on spouse's work The 1977 amendmentS regarding . widows and older in concern older marry social secur Page 4A-The Second Opinion-May 20, 1981 COME TO HAVERHILL GARDENS for your gardening needs WIDE ASSORTMENT OF ANNUALS ANNUALS Petunias (20 varieties); Marigolds (9 rarities) ; Impatiens (6 colors) ; Asters, Calendula, Cleome, Flowering Cabbage, Gazania, Straw Flowers, Nicotiana, Snap Dragons and many, many, many others. Come see our BIGGER and BETTER selection of perennials VEGETABLES TOMATOES-- Eight Varieties Sold individually -- try one of each We are growing two new varieties -- We are growing two new varieties -- BURPEE EARLY PICK AND BURPEE LONG KEEPER. -- Broccoli -- Egg Plant -- Brussels Sprouts -- Melon -- Ca bbage -- Watermelon -- Cauliflower -- Peppers -- Celery -- Hot Peppers LADD LANE HAVERHILL, N.H. PHONE (603) 989-5541 We also have 18 different varieties of herbs OPEN 7 DAYS 9:00 A.M. - 6:00 P.M. SLL win offer career planning HANOVER--The School for difficult career areas Lifelong Learning will offer the "Career Planning Program" of the American College Testing Service for a second time June 24. The program is open to all people interested in assessing their career and personal goals and is sponsored by the School for Lifelong Learning, Connecticut Valley Region, and the Regional Center for Educational Training in Hanover. The program helps a person match their abilities, experiences, and interests to by means of a test and sub- sequent self-assessment of the test results. Pre-registration is necessary. For information call Anne Thayer at (603) 643- 5666. BITS OF INFORMATION "It is far easier to be wise for others than to be so for oneself." La Rochefoucauld er00NaQW OPEN Natural Living Cener Downtairs From Dr. Mark Harris Upper Plain, Route 5 Bradford, Vermont . Weight Reduction Clinics . Stress Management Clinics . Vegetarian Cooking Classes . Natural Foods & Uses . Herbs and Uses . Whollstic Learning . 5-Day No Smoking Clinics . Marriage Enrichment Seminars Joe & Debi DeAngelis Proprietors HERE'S THE GIFT YOU WON'T THROW AWAY!!! I! ,,,,, ,,- il !1 ,o.,.,o. II YOUR OWN PERSONALIZED SOCIAL SECURIff CARD! VA INFORMATION Q- My husband is a World War I veteran who is not eligible for Veterans Administration pension due to income. Is he eligible for VA outpatient treatment? A -- Yes. A World War I veteran may be provided VA outpatient treatment for any condition even though he is not receiving a VA pension. BRADFORD NATIONAL BANK will provide you free of charge a beautiful plastic identification card showing your name and social security number. Visit any of our four full service community offices to sign up for yours. NO FUSS - NO OBLIGATION Give For Graduation 'd Futkmds hy Use Your Charge Account WoocviUe,-N. H' St. Jolmabury, Vt. NEW CAR SALES -SERVICE- USEO Ce SLES RT. 5&25 AT THE LIGHTS Barn TILL 6prn THURS. TILL 9prn ATI'RACTIVE FINANCE & INSURANCE PLAN We invite you to attend our showingg of the 1982 Chevy Cavalier. It's Chevy's new front wheel drive economy car, rated at 26 mpg city and 43 mpg highway. -'1" We will be having refreshments and a door prize Thursday, Friday and " BVLB Saturday, May 21, 22rid and 23rd. SO PLEASE DROP IN AND SEE US .,e FOR FURTHER INFORMATION. BRADFORD NATIONAL BAN """' '- "" "-"--- -"--'-"--- ..,,,, Blake Chevrolet Co. Inc. noFoo, VMONT  m-n Bradford, Vt. Member F,deral ,nlurance )OO|t* ]rured To $too, ooo (802) 222-5236 State parks open Friday S A L E in Vermont * " ' All parks in the Vermont State Park System will of- ficially open May 22 for the 1981 season. The normal season will extend to Columbus Day weekend in October. Reser- vations for camping are running about 15 per cent ahead of the 1980 season Reservations may be made with the Park Ranger at the State Park. Season passes for day use are available at each park in addition to the Department of Forests, Parks and Recreation in Montpelier. This year, the Naturalist Program will be offered at many of the parks again. In addition, an expanded program will be offered for campers through a program coordinator at Lake Carmi State Park, Bomoseen State Park, and in the Groton State Forest. The fees for all activities and entrance to the parks will be the same as last season except for the marina at Burton Island State Park. "Ine mooring fee at Burton Island has been increased to 35 cents per foot per day. However, there will no longer be a fee charged for boat holding tank pumpouts at the marina. Fee schedules may be ob- this week $2.00 Ladies tops.., blouse:.., jackets... slacks.., jeans... and, Children shirts and jeans % OFF GROUP LEVIS, DEMINS, Reg. $18.95 SPECIAL $12.88 MANY OTHER SPECIAL IN ALL DEPA Register for a I FREE IGIFT CERTIF tained from any State Park or the Dept. of Forests, Parks le yp and Recreation, Agency of Environmental Conservation, YOUR f,ltV [P/RTINT STORF Montpelier, Vermont 05602. st Johnsbury, Vt. * Woodsville, N. H Hews of Your b Out 6:00 PM HewsDay Tired of having thenew= preached to you from  e Burlington? Well, we're chimglng the way the twin-stain watch Our new news... NewsOay.., Is like sifting down with about what happened today. For the news of your day, watch NewsDly tonightl i ii iii i iii i i illl ii ill iii i i i i l //" i i i f,/ / , . t, 1.,, .-'f ,, ,_ , ,/" .,, , ,,, / / ,// "/ /',/'" / ,'  / / ." J / ' , , f / , /'/ : /#/  a j. c ar : ";: % -" // ./" ," b I ' " :l "S _  "" ", " i r fO o6t '00s:u . z-_ 3. s-. j; ]% stay does affect widower Social issued a that widows or remarry at continue to security bet reduction in Also, if the social widow or to take a on the new record if it The ru] remarria people receiving viving diW Remarriage she or he eligible for However, if marriage under 6o or divorced entitled to benefit on spouse's work The 1977 amendmentS regarding . widows and older in concern older marry social secur