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SHOE A Mode-in-Minutes Main Dish Salad ThisWhenrecit'h'pr}fo'I. ,lee wI:kt]it:l:s... . lamrkPee. ;hPrvomr ai[ 1 fli:hrStla'[d'edS-e/,,lU: d dishesfit the bill.and combines them m a made in minutes ent ee "xican Salad starts with browned ground beef. A can of kidney beans is added, and the mixture is simmered for ten minutes. Then the mixture is tossed with shredded lettuce, chopped tomato and avocado, shredded cheddar cheese, and sliced green o, ion. Lastly, add an 8-oz. bottle of Kraft thousand island dressing and broken tortilla chips, for a simple, but satisfying salad supper. TEXICAN SALAD 1 Ib ground beef 2 cups (8 ozs,) shredded Kraft 1 ]6-oz can kidney beans, sharp natural cheddar cheese undrained 1 cup green onion slices 2 qts shredded lettuce 1 8-oz bottle Kraft thousand 2 cups chopped tomato island dressing 2 cups chopped avocados 1 8-oz. bag tortilla chips, broken Brown meat; drain. Stir in beans; simmer 10 minutes. Combine lettuce, tomato, avocados, cheese, green onion anti meat mixture: toss lightly. Add dressing and tortilla chips; mix lightlv Serve immediately lO to ]2 servings Biological control becomes rea00tyo BURLINGTON-- " y In rs m the cost parasitic wasp has saved of pesticides, MacCollomsaid. Vermont farmers almost a half-million dollars in pesticide costs wule virtually eliminating one of the alfalfa crop's most deadly enemies, According to Dr. George MacCollom, Extension en- tomologist at the University of Vermont, the wasps were introduced to Vermont during the 1960's in an attempt to control the alfalfa weevil, and a bit later to combat the' alfalfa blotch leaf miner. The result is that the weevils have declined to the point where they no longer threaten the state's alfalfa crop and pesticides no longer need to be purchased to kill the insects. This means an estimated savings of $419,000 each year Projecting the results of this parasite control throughout the Northeastern United States, MacCollom said about $8 million a year has been saved, about eight times the total cost of 20 years work on the parasite program by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. "It's been the most dramatic and successful biological control effort against insects in the nor- theastern United States in many years," he added. Entomologists at the University of Vermont's College of Agriculture have been working to eliminate the pests in cooperation with the USDA Beneficial Insects Laboratory in Newark, Delaware. A recent result of this cooperation has been the introduction in Vermont of two new parasitic wasps which attack the alfalfa blotch leaf miner. In tests conducted on fields and based on the experience of the USDA laboratory MacCollom said "leafminers should decline to levels which will have minor economic impact." How much of a danger were these pests to the alfalfa crop? MacCollom cited USDA figures which said before the parasites were introduced to the Northeast in 1959, the weevil caused losses of $40 million in a single year. More information on the parasitic control program is available from your local county Extension Service office. OuItity €Onttrucdon dIl quIlity mmdCs. Hm it Miller Rudy Mix our IIIrqlt is quility ¢ontrolbd and our product mixed to Ipecif'cClion. We offer fast, on-site delivery, and free lI:hnicII advice for whatever your building needs- whether they M ¢ommemid or industdd, for the farm or home. Miller SYMBOLS OF LOVE A permanently registered Keepsake diamond ring ... perfection guaranteed in writing for clarity and fine white color. e  S. F. Mc ALLISTER Quality Jewelers Sine€ 1923 Woodsville, N. H. Phone 747.3482 eady Moix oncrete, Inc. 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S15 to S22 tennis shoes by Keds sale $8 to q8 In colors• szes 5 to 10, cushioned insole, some terry lined i save 2 oo our reg. $10 budget priced nylon jogger sale 8 Perfect tar summer Ptav. In blue Only, there are better ones but these are good value! iiiii Main St., Hanover, N.H. 643-3109 Man SL Bradford, Vt. 222-9012 /( [ 0 Father's Day n YOu buy a Service for 4, you get IS PLACE SETTINGS... NO CHARGE ,. PROFIL E STAINLESS  lil.ed, fire ly crafted stainless. tot prou( homemakers and new n i everyday dining occasions. I/ GrodlLIotion III ill Clothing & Gifts WoOdlville. N.H. St. Johnsbury, Vt. JJEST LAUGH8 I'LL.,.' ' SIR . 0N'T ...-.. z,- I tA. ISeErrIN W'lffATlI'rlCt OUD WHEN lie £,ADIEg, HOLD YOUR SCANS THE MENU PURSE (LOSE TO WITHOUT FIRST YOUR BODYAND L.KIH AT THE NEVER WALK AWAY WAITRESG. I r Y )U SAVE 34 ° a¢ T W.tLE SHOPPINI [ MEN, 20-Piece Service for 4... $60.00 CI € YOUR WAL- Plus. 2 Bonus Place Settings NO CHARGE LE'I' IN 'YOUR SIDE Sets Available "m0USF.J POCKET ¢sf/  .. $14.50 4-Piece Hostess Set... 0R INSID COAT 1. THRu JUNE 5 1982 LIMITED QUANTITIES! POCKET ! " THE AMERICAN MADE TABLEWARE j;ll'- WHAT OU I$ ITYIpu s o,..u., vt w.v,, ... ETFROM NOT RBADIN IT. t AU. PARTS of BRADFORD June 2.1982-The Second Opinion-Page 3A CHARGE IT! SHOE A Mode-in-Minutes Main Dish Salad ThisWhenrecit'h'pr}fo'I. ,lee wI:kt]it:l:s... . lamrkPee. ;hPrvomr ai[ 1 fli:hrStla'[d'edS-e/,,lU: d dishesfit the bill.and combines them m a made in minutes ent ee "xican Salad starts with browned ground beef. A can of kidney beans is added, and the mixture is simmered for ten minutes. Then the mixture is tossed with shredded lettuce, chopped tomato and avocado, shredded cheddar cheese, and sliced green o, ion. Lastly, add an 8-oz. bottle of Kraft thousand island dressing and broken tortilla chips, for a simple, but satisfying salad supper. TEXICAN SALAD 1 Ib ground beef 2 cups (8 ozs,) shredded Kraft 1 ]6-oz can kidney beans, sharp natural cheddar cheese undrained 1 cup green onion slices 2 qts shredded lettuce 1 8-oz bottle Kraft thousand 2 cups chopped tomato island dressing 2 cups chopped avocados 1 8-oz. bag tortilla chips, broken Brown meat; drain. Stir in beans; simmer 10 minutes. Combine lettuce, tomato, avocados, cheese, green onion anti meat mixture: toss lightly. Add dressing and tortilla chips; mix lightlv Serve immediately lO to ]2 servings Biological control becomes rea00tyo BURLINGTON-- " y In rs m the cost parasitic wasp has saved of pesticides, MacCollomsaid. Vermont farmers almost a half-million dollars in pesticide costs wule virtually eliminating one of the alfalfa crop's most deadly enemies, According to Dr. George MacCollom, Extension en- tomologist at the University of Vermont, the wasps were introduced to Vermont during the 1960's in an attempt to control the alfalfa weevil, and a bit later to combat the' alfalfa blotch leaf miner. The result is that the weevils have declined to the point where they no longer threaten the state's alfalfa crop and pesticides no longer need to be purchased to kill the insects. This means an estimated savings of $419,000 each year Projecting the results of this parasite control throughout the Northeastern United States, MacCollom said about $8 million a year has been saved, about eight times the total cost of 20 years work on the parasite program by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. "It's been the most dramatic and successful biological control effort against insects in the nor- theastern United States in many years," he added. Entomologists at the University of Vermont's College of Agriculture have been working to eliminate the pests in cooperation with the USDA Beneficial Insects Laboratory in Newark, Delaware. A recent result of this cooperation has been the introduction in Vermont of two new parasitic wasps which attack the alfalfa blotch leaf miner. In tests conducted on fields and based on the experience of the USDA laboratory MacCollom said "leafminers should decline to levels which will have minor economic impact." How much of a danger were these pests to the alfalfa crop? MacCollom cited USDA figures which said before the parasites were introduced to the Northeast in 1959, the weevil caused losses of $40 million in a single year. More information on the parasitic control program is available from your local county Extension Service office. OuItity €Onttrucdon dIl quIlity mmdCs. Hm it Miller Rudy Mix our IIIrqlt is quility ¢ontrolbd and our product mixed to Ipecif'cClion. We offer fast, on-site delivery, and free lI:hnicII advice for whatever your building needs- whether they M ¢ommemid or industdd, for the farm or home. Miller SYMBOLS OF LOVE A permanently registered Keepsake diamond ring ... perfection guaranteed in writing for clarity and fine white color. e  S. F. Mc ALLISTER Quality Jewelers Sine€ 1923 Woodsville, N. H. Phone 747.3482 eady Moix 0ncrete, Inc. Bradford, Vermont I02-222441I Randolph, V,rmom 1102.72I-I0t5 Wi Ltlmnon, New HImpshire 603-298-8777 pick your sty ' I pick your price. savings to 560,. i save $5 °0 our reg. $18 ankle lace canvas sandal sale $12 S,zes 5 to 10 r' four great summer col- ors save s6°° our regular $15 original French:tyle espadrille sale 9 ,olreot olors. wrle sies o sale q8 Reg S25, genuine. leather 4 colors " • r" 't ; .: ,":/ great value! low wedge flat sandal with toe thong in white summer's favorite! just $10 Sizes 5 to lO, full sock lining, great summer comfort, great value! save 5 °° our reg $20 woven canvas espadrille in 4 great colors sale q5 Sizes 5 to 10, dressy or casual. popular woven fabric ankle strap save 5 oo our reg. $20 boat shoe, with white non-skid sole, wine color sale q5 Dzes 5 to i0 o must for every stJmffler word- rode super sum  met ,/Qtue! save s5oo our regular $14 sale 9  save 8 °° our best reg, S28 tennis shoe by KEDS sole s20 S'esr& '? ; it o;,Iv, save to 50% reg. S15 to S22 tennis shoes by Keds sale $8 to q8 In colors• szes 5 to 10, cushioned insole, some terry lined i save 2 oo our reg. $10 budget priced nylon jogger sale 8 Perfect tar summer Ptav. In blue Only, there are better ones but these are good value! iiiii Main St., Hanover, N.H. 643-3109 Man SL Bradford, Vt. 222-9012