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June 3, 1981-The Second Opinion-Page 3A a 00onderful w008. Plenty of beeF, pork and poultr'y for outdoor grilling in tochty and  us out one for lpou ! HARDWARE STORES QUANTITIES LIMITED VARIABLE TIMER re away from home, keep intrudm away, too. timer will make any lamp, radio and off at the same time or slightly different day. Also use the Supercop  to start coffee other appliances. D711 LL HARDWARE , Brldford, Vermomt 2S2-3517 Outdoor chefs will be happy to know that a plentiful supply of meat and poultry is available during April for their patio grilling. According to U.S. Department of Agriculture marketing of- ficials, whether you cook irside or outside, you should now find plenty of lower priced beef, pork and broilers at your supermarkets. Steaks and roasts--along with other beef cuts--are ideal choices for outdoor fare. When choosing beef for the grill, allow about , to % pound per serving for cuts with bone-in or one-third to z pound per serving for boneless cuts. When cooking time is limited, best bets are steaks, beef cubes, patties or beef frank- furters. Pork is another delicious choice for outdoor cooking. In selecting fresh pork, look for firm, fine-grained flesh of a grayish-pink color• It should be marbled with flecks of fat in the muscle and have a uniform covering of firm white fat on the exterior surface. There is a pork cut for every mood and taste. Roasts, chops, spareribs, sausage and ham are just a few of the pork varieties among which to choose. Another item in plentiful supply during April is always a family pleaser: chicken. Barbecued chicken is great for outdoor cooking. Allow halt a chicken per person. Split or quarter the birds and rub with cooking oil and salt, Don't use a fork to turn on the grill because juices will 2 teaspoons (10 mL) hor- escape and the skin will dry seradish out. You may prefer to use a 2 teaspoons 110 mL) prepared basting sauce to keep the mustard surface from getting dry or hard. Take advantage of the abundance of beef, pork and broilers during April and stock up. Put aside a supply in your freezer, too. There will be many warm days ahead to try your outdoor culinary skills. ONION BURGERS 1- pounds (670 g) ground beef Dartmouth Savings three new corporators HANOVER--Although the in the real estate market slowed the normal turnover of the bank's mortgage portfolio of over $87 million, making it increasingly difficult for the yield on leans to keep pace with rising rates on deposits. After outlining steps taken to reduce the bank's net operating expenses, Young discussed plans for revising the bank's investment " strategy in light of today's high and volatile interest rates. He added that with total bottom line figure for 1980 for the savings bank industry as a whole was in red ink, Dart- mouth Savings Bank finished the year in the black, President Paul F. Young told Members of the Corporation attending the Bank's Annual Meeting. Net after-tax income was $444,000 compared with $673,000 in 1979 after paying $9.5 million in interest to depositors in 1980, he said. Young attributed the lower earnings mainly to the sub- stantial increase in the cost of deposits as rates on B-month certificates reached record levels. He said lack of activity Y0u'll be in • great sha w=th the weekly 00eair! .n't beat our Journal Opinion and Second Opinion. ' .Ke different thingsand we offer something for y offryone in the family.., for the housewife to start her fight, for the working man to relax with after a "'. oay at the attica. • ]..the convenience of home delivery subscribe to the .real Opinion and get the Second Opinion as a bonus. d "- nllu A ..... Mary Ann Harris assets of over $120 million, Dartmouth Savings is the sixth largest savings bank in New Hampshire. During the meeting the following three Hanover residents were elected to join 36 other members of the Dartmouth Savings Bank Corporation in carrying out responsibility for electing the Board of Trustees and officers of the Bank: Mary Ann Harris, a Hanover native and graduate of Wellesley College, Ls currently chairman of the Dresden School Board, president of the Howe Library Board of Trustees and a member of the Mary Hit- chcock Memorial Hospital Corporation. In addition to her public responsibilities, she is a 1982 candidate for Master of Arts in Liberal Studies at Dartmouth College. She is married to Dr. Edward D. Harris Jr. and has three sons. JOurnal i Opinion P. Oi BOX 378 BRADFORD, VERMONT 05033 1 teaspoon (5 mL) salt brushing with marinate for 35 marinades for chicken before to 45 minutes or until well you grill outdoors. Marinate j teaspoon (1.2 mL) pepper done. Serves4 to6. for at least a few hours or 1- cups (356 mL) chopped onion MARINADE overnight for added barbecue 2 tablespoons (30mL) butter I cup (237 mL) barbecue flavor. TEL names Combine ground beef, one teaspoon (5 mL) salt and pepper. Shape into 12 thin patties. Brown onion in butter. Add horseradish and mustard. Spread onion mixture over six patties and top with remaining patties. Press edges of meat together to hide onion filling. Chill. Then, broil on outdoor grill to desired degree of doneness. Serve on split buttered buns. PATIO PORK STEAKS 4-6 pork blade or arm steaks cut iz inch thick marinade tsee below) Place pork steaks in a fiat dish. Pour marinade over them and marinate in refrigerator four hours. Place steaks on grill and broil at low to moderate temperature, sauce B A S I C I cup (237 mi,) sweet pickle MARINADE--Combine juice melted butter with paprika, ! teaspoon (5 mL) War- salt, red and black pepper and cestershiresauce pressed garlic. Baste several Combine barbecue sauce times during cooking. and resl of ingredients to ANOTIIER MARINADE marinate pork steaks. SUGGESTION--Beat two Try one of the following tablespoons (30 mL) of G. Philip Schrodel from the Wharton Graduate Division of the University of Pennsylvania, is the Director Farmland owned by foreigners How much farmland is owned by foreign investors? About 2.2 million acres ac- cording to Secretary of Agriculture John Block. That represents about .6 per cent of the total agricultural land in the United States. "The total acreage of foreign owned U.S. agricultural land is too small to measure the impact on agriculture at the national level," Block said. Crop, pasture and other agriculture accounted for 57 per cent of all holdings and acquisitions, forest for 37 per cent, and nonagricultural and of Finance at Hitchcock Clinic unreported use for 6 per cent. where he has been responsible Here in Vermont, George T. for the financial planning and Hart head of the Agricultural activities of the 110 member Stabilization and Con- multi-specialty Group servation Service, says that Practice since 1979. Treasurer foreigners own nearly 88,000 and Board Member of the acres of agricultural land. AVA Gallery for the Visual That amounts to 1.5 per cent of Arts, he is also on the Finance al! Vermont land. Most of the Committees of the Town of foreign ownership is located in Hanover and the Dresden Vermont's northeast kingdom and is mainly made up of School District. He and his w(x)dedareas• wife Carolyn have three children• Among the states, Maine Dougla C;t,Whimey Jr. is reported the largest number the -Manager ol, C.orporate of acres -- 11 per cent owned . by foreign persons. However, Information Systems and the bulk of the holdings within Secretary of the Corporation the U.S. is concentrated in the for Time Share Corp. He south andwest. graduated from Brown . The Agricultural Foreign University and went on to Investment Disclosure Act of Babson College for a B.S.B.A. 1978 requires all foreign in Management and owners of U.S. agricultural land to report their holdings, Production. As a consultant for the banking industry, he acquisitions, dispositions, has made presentations at the leases (over 10 years) and American Bankers land-use changes to the Association National Agricultural Stabilization and Automation Conference and Conservation Service. the Maine--New Hampshire Foreign owners who fail to School Savings Banking. He report or who are late in has had extensive experience reporting face possible fines. in data processing, par- ticularly in the development of The USDA has assessed 1,950 penalties for late filings, management -reporting amounting to about $350,000. systems. As a member of the Within Vermont, 14 foreigners Ford K. Sayre Memorial Ski have been assessed penalties Council, he serves on its Oak totaling $4,055. Hill Renovation Sub- Committee and as Treasurer Reports must be received in save to 30 shorts galore! short/shorts to bermuda lengths sale $6 to $8 our reg. $9 to $12. solids, and cool fabrics, Dozens of styles and colors. save to 35% summertime slacks in cool comfort fabrics sale $13 to $22 our reg. $16 to $29. Twills, denims, seer- sucker, madras and more. sizes 5 to 15& 8 to 2O m i i i i • mustard into one cup ( 237 mL) of oliv oil. Add two cloves pressed garlic, cayenne pepper and salt to taste, two tablespoons (30 mL) each )f wine vinegar and white wine, one teaspoon (5 mL) dried thyme and one crumbled bay leaf. For best results, allow chicken to marinate in thiz mixture for 24 hours. For all of these chicken dishes, cooking time will take about I to 1-1u hours. NOW at Our , Vt. Location! save 30% to 40% summertime's favorite skirts, blazers skirts ., ,o ale $14 to $22 blazers sale $29 to $55 $39 to $69 WOWl Summer fashion of its bestl Dress up a skirt by adding a stylish blazer for the evening, Dozens of prints and solids. Madras, linen, pin-cord and more. Sizes 5 to 15 and 8 to 18. cool comfod! sun dresses in bra-top styles and shift, styles $13 to $30 Delightful prints and solids in summers coolest fabrics. Sizes 8 to 18 and s-m-I. a county ASCS office on or G: Philip Schrodel, a of the John J. Boardman Jr. before the 90th day following graduate of Johns Hopkins Memorial Fund. His wife is the acquisition or disposition University.with an MBA in Martha S. Whitney and they of any tract of agricultural Health Care Administration have twosons, land by foreign citizens. The penalty "assessed may be as Special benefits to help high as 25 per cent of the fair market value of the land. T blind disabled-- work Hart reports that the pur- pose of the reporting system is "" er a s- cial 3 -'ear benefits will continue to do so to establish a nationwide uno l -y • • study, supplemental sur!ty Urnotivlid his o h?eaeanal ownershipSyStem to andm°nit°rpurchasesf°reignof income payments, Meclmam, v . d social services will he equivalent of the Federal SSI US. farmland. an ........... "= or benefits, State supplementary Details of the law and extenaea tar some utmu di¢nhipd rrsons who try to payments, Medicaid, and reporting forms may be ob- --'=: ,-- ..... L-_% to social services, so long as the tained at any of Vermont's 14 worK. The st(my is OeslgnCu , ,, determine the effects of a aisanfing condition continues, county ASCS offices. more gradual phaseout of benefits based on the work patterns of these SSI beneficiaries. Special cash benefits will continue for blind or disabled persons who have completed the 9-month trial work period even if they continue to have eartiings over the amount considered substantial gainful activity (SGA). In addition, Medicaid and social services will continue for blind or disabled persons even after cash benefits have stopped because they have reached the "breakeven point" -- the point at which their earnings match or ex- ceed the SSI payment limit. However, such services will continue only if it is deter- mined that they are needed to assure that the individual can continue to work. In general, the person receiving the extended BITS OF INFORMATION A favorite Assyrian myth recorded on a stone tablet claims the gods drank sesame seed wine at a gathering held just before they made the earth. Come Have The Time Of Your Life And Listen To The Great Sounds Of... I II III I = I 'un'' I For Your Reservation, Call Before 7:00 P.M. Tel. (603) 747-2505 or 747-2840. I II I .. / I our entire selection I t  t '," | I , swimwear /00Jtal00 Ill Dozens of styles and colors. 1 cover ups, $12 to $2' ' ' ' "l 1 beach towels! $14 to $23 '" " -.--. I save 22% Itki our three most  popular styles canvas casuals regular $14 sale $11 Scoop "em upl You'r favorite summer coloi's in sizes 5 to 10. Perfect with shorts, skirts, slacks or dresses. Hurryl big valuel our reg. $19 the Chinese nylon jogger in cotton shoe 4 great colors Ide IdeS14 SzeJ ,5 to 10, Joltest Sz ,5 to I0 cotton comfort, sole with €,,KI Choose from 8 comfoel inmb, P€11. colon, ed coffer, Main Street HANOVER , N.H, Phone 643-3109 Open daily 9 to 5 Moin Street BRADFORD, VT, Phone 222.9012 Open daily 9 to $, FrL 'Ill 8 p.m. June 3, 1981-The Second Opinion-Page 3A a 00onderful w008. Plenty of beeF, pork and poultr'y for outdoor grilling in tochty and  us out one for lpou ! HARDWARE STORES QUANTITIES LIMITED VARIABLE TIMER re away from home, keep intrudm away, too. timer will make any lamp, radio and off at the same time or slightly different day. Also use the Supercop  to start coffee other appliances. D711 LL HARDWARE , Brldford, Vermomt 2S2-3517 Outdoor chefs will be happy to know that a plentiful supply of meat and poultry is available during April for their patio grilling. According to U.S. Department of Agriculture marketing of- ficials, whether you cook irside or outside, you should now find plenty of lower priced beef, pork and broilers at your supermarkets. Steaks and roasts--along with other beef cuts--are ideal choices for outdoor fare. When choosing beef for the grill, allow about , to % pound per serving for cuts with bone-in or one-third to z pound per serving for boneless cuts. When cooking time is limited, best bets are steaks, beef cubes, patties or beef frank- furters. Pork is another delicious choice for outdoor cooking. In selecting fresh pork, look for firm, fine-grained flesh of a grayish-pink color• It should be marbled with flecks of fat in the muscle and have a uniform covering of firm white fat on the exterior surface. There is a pork cut for every mood and taste. Roasts, chops, spareribs, sausage and ham are just a few of the pork varieties among which to choose. Another item in plentiful supply during April is always a family pleaser: chicken. Barbecued chicken is great for outdoor cooking. Allow halt a chicken per person. Split or quarter the birds and rub with cooking oil and salt, Don't use a fork to turn on the grill because juices will 2 teaspoons (10 mL) hor- escape and the skin will dry seradish out. You may prefer to use a 2 teaspoons 110 mL) prepared basting sauce to keep the mustard surface from getting dry or hard. Take advantage of the abundance of beef, pork and broilers during April and stock up. Put aside a supply in your freezer, too. There will be many warm days ahead to try your outdoor culinary skills. ONION BURGERS 1- pounds (670 g) ground beef Dartmouth Savings three new corporators HANOVER--Although the in the real estate market slowed the normal turnover of the bank's mortgage portfolio of over $87 million, making it increasingly difficult for the yield on leans to keep pace with rising rates on deposits. After outlining steps taken to reduce the bank's net operating expenses, Young discussed plans for revising the bank's investment " strategy in light of today's high and volatile interest rates. He added that with total bottom line figure for 1980 for the savings bank industry as a whole was in red ink, Dart- mouth Savings Bank finished the year in the black, President Paul F. Young told Members of the Corporation attending the Bank's Annual Meeting. Net after-tax income was $444,000 compared with $673,000 in 1979 after paying $9.5 million in interest to depositors in 1980, he said. Young attributed the lower earnings mainly to the sub- stantial increase in the cost of deposits as rates on B-month certificates reached record levels. He said lack of activity Y0u'll be in • great sha w=th the weekly 00eair! .n't beat our Journal Opinion and Second Opinion. ' .Ke different thingsand we offer something for y offryone in the family.., for the housewife to start her fight, for the working man to relax with after a "'. oay at the attica. • ]..the convenience of home delivery subscribe to the .real Opinion and get the Second Opinion as a bonus. d "- nllu A ..... Mary Ann Harris assets of over $120 million, Dartmouth Savings is the sixth largest savings bank in New Hampshire. During the meeting the following three Hanover residents were elected to join 36 other members of the Dartmouth Savings Bank Corporation in carrying out responsibility for electing the Board of Trustees and officers of the Bank: Mary Ann Harris, a Hanover native and graduate of Wellesley College, Ls currently chairman of the Dresden School Board, president of the Howe Library Board of Trustees and a member of the Mary Hit- chcock Memorial Hospital Corporation. In addition to her public responsibilities, she is a 1982 candidate for Master of Arts in Liberal Studies at Dartmouth College. She is married to Dr. Edward D. Harris Jr. and has three sons. JOurnal i Opinion P. Oi BOX 378 BRADFORD, VERMONT 05033 1 teaspoon (5 mL) salt brushing with marinate for 35 marinades for chicken before to 45 minutes or until well you grill outdoors. Marinate j teaspoon (1.2 mL) pepper done. Serves4 to6. for at least a few hours or 1- cups (356 mL) chopped onion MARINADE overnight for added barbecue 2 tablespoons (30mL) butter I cup (237 mL) barbecue flavor. TEL names Combine ground beef, one teaspoon (5 mL) salt and pepper. Shape into 12 thin patties. Brown onion in butter. Add horseradish and mustard. Spread onion mixture over six patties and top with remaining patties. Press edges of meat together to hide onion filling. Chill. Then, broil on outdoor grill to desired degree of doneness. Serve on split buttered buns. PATIO PORK STEAKS 4-6 pork blade or arm steaks cut iz inch thick marinade tsee below) Place pork steaks in a fiat dish. Pour marinade over them and marinate in refrigerator four hours. Place steaks on grill and broil at low to moderate temperature, sauce B A S I C I cup (237 mi,) sweet pickle MARINADE--Combine juice melted butter with paprika, ! teaspoon (5 mL) War- salt, red and black pepper and cestershiresauce pressed garlic. Baste several Combine barbecue sauce times during cooking. and resl of ingredients to ANOTIIER MARINADE marinate pork steaks. SUGGESTION--Beat two Try one of the following tablespoons (30 mL) of G. Philip Schrodel from the Wharton Graduate Division of the University of Pennsylvania, is the Director Farmland owned by foreigners How much farmland is owned by foreign investors? About 2.2 million acres ac- cording to Secretary of Agriculture John Block. That represents about .6 per cent of the total agricultural land in the United States. "The total acreage of foreign owned U.S. agricultural land is too small to measure the impact on agriculture at the national level," Block said. Crop, pasture and other agriculture accounted for 57 per cent of all holdings and acquisitions, forest for 37 per cent, and nonagricultural and of Finance at Hitchcock Clinic unreported use for 6 per cent. where he has been responsible Here in Vermont, George T. for the financial planning and Hart head of the Agricultural activities of the 110 member Stabilization and Con- multi-specialty Group servation Service, says that Practice since 1979. Treasurer foreigners own nearly 88,000 and Board Member of the acres of agricultural land. AVA Gallery for the Visual That amounts to 1.5 per cent of Arts, he is also on the Finance al! Vermont land. Most of the Committees of the Town of foreign ownership is located in Hanover and the Dresden Vermont's northeast kingdom and is mainly made up of School District. He and his w(x)dedareas• wife Carolyn have three children• Among the states, Maine Dougla C;t,Whimey Jr. is reported the largest number the -Manager ol, C.orporate of acres -- 11 per cent owned . by foreign persons. However, Information Systems and the bulk of the holdings within Secretary of the Corporation the U.S. is concentrated in the for Time Share Corp. He south andwest. graduated from Brown . The Agricultural Foreign University and went on to Investment Disclosure Act of Babson College for a B.S.B.A. 1978 requires all foreign in Management and owners of U.S. agricultural land to report their holdings, Production. As a consultant for the banking industry, he acquisitions, dispositions, has made presentations at the leases (over 10 years) and American Bankers land-use changes to the Association National Agricultural Stabilization and Automation Conference and Conservation Service. the Maine--New Hampshire Foreign owners who fail to School Savings Banking. He report or who are late in has had extensive experience reporting face possible fines. in data processing, par- ticularly in the development of The USDA has assessed 1,950 penalties for late filings, management -reporting amounting to about $350,000. systems. As a member of the Within Vermont, 14 foreigners Ford K. Sayre Memorial Ski have been assessed penalties Council, he serves on its Oak totaling $4,055. Hill Renovation Sub- Committee and as Treasurer Reports must be received in save to 30 shorts galore! short/shorts to bermuda lengths sale $6 to $8 our reg. $9 to $12. solids, and cool fabrics, Dozens of styles and colors. save to 35% summertime slacks in cool comfort fabrics sale $13 to $22 our reg. $16 to $29. Twills, denims, seer- sucker, madras and more. sizes 5 to 15& 8 to 2O m i i i i • mustard into one cup ( 237 mL) of oliv oil. Add two cloves pressed garlic, cayenne pepper and salt to taste, two tablespoons (30 mL) each )f wine vinegar and white wine, one teaspoon (5 mL) dried thyme and one crumbled bay leaf. For best results, allow chicken to marinate in thiz mixture for 24 hours. For all of these chicken dishes, cooking time will take about I to 1-1u hours. NOW at Our , Vt. Location! save 30% to 40% summertime's favorite skirts, blazers skirts ., ,o ale $14 to $22 blazers sale $29 to $55 $39 to $69 WOWl Summer fashion of its bestl Dress up a skirt by adding a stylish blazer for the evening, Dozens of prints and solids. Madras, linen, pin-cord and more. Sizes 5 to 15 and 8 to 18. cool comfod! sun dresses in bra-top styles and shift, styles $13 to $30 Delightful prints and solids in summers coolest fabrics. Sizes 8 to 18 and s-m-I. a county ASCS office on or G: Philip Schrodel, a of the John J. Boardman Jr. before the 90th day following graduate of Johns Hopkins Memorial Fund. His wife is the acquisition or disposition University.with an MBA in Martha S. Whitney and they of any tract of agricultural Health Care Administration have twosons, land by foreign citizens. The penalty "assessed may be as Special benefits to help high as 25 per cent of the fair market value of the land. T blind disabled-- work Hart reports that the pur- pose of the reporting system is "" er a s- cial 3 -'ear benefits will continue to do so to establish a nationwide uno l -y • • study, supplemental sur!ty Urnotivlid his o h?eaeanal ownershipSyStem to andm°nit°rpurchasesf°reignof income payments, Meclmam, v . d social services will he equivalent of the Federal SSI US. farmland. an ........... "= or benefits, State supplementary Details of the law and extenaea tar some utmu di¢nhipd rrsons who try to payments, Medicaid, and reporting forms may be ob- --'=: ,-- ..... L-_% to social services, so long as the tained at any of Vermont's 14 worK. The st(my is OeslgnCu , ,, determine the effects of a aisanfing condition continues, county ASCS offices. more gradual phaseout of benefits based on the work patterns of these SSI beneficiaries. Special cash benefits will continue for blind or disabled persons who have completed the 9-month trial work period even if they continue to have eartiings over the amount considered substantial gainful activity (SGA). In addition, Medicaid and social services will continue for blind or disabled persons even after cash benefits have stopped because they have reached the "breakeven point" -- the point at which their earnings match or ex- ceed the SSI payment limit. However, such services will continue only if it is deter- mined that they are needed to assure that the individual can continue to work. In general, the person receiving the extended BITS OF INFORMATION A favorite Assyrian myth recorded on a stone tablet claims the gods drank sesame seed wine at a gathering held just before they made the earth. Come Have The Time Of Your Life And Listen To The Great Sounds Of... I II III I = I 'un'' I For Your Reservation, Call Before 7:00 P.M. Tel. (603) 747-2505 or 747-2840. I II I .. / I our entire selection I t  t '," | I , swimwear /00Jtal00 Ill Dozens of styles and colors. 1 cover ups, $12 to $2' ' ' ' "l 1 beach towels! $14 to $23 '" " -.--. I save 22% Itki our three most  popular styles canvas casuals regular $14 sale $11 Scoop "em upl You'r favorite summer coloi's in sizes 5 to 10. Perfect with shorts, skirts, slacks or dresses. Hurryl big valuel our reg. $19 the Chinese nylon jogger in cotton shoe 4 great colors Ide IdeS14 SzeJ ,5 to 10, Joltest Sz ,5 to I0 cotton comfort, sole with €,,KI Choose from 8 comfoel inmb, P€11. colon, ed coffer, Main Street HANOVER , N.H, Phone 643-3109 Open daily 9 to 5 Moin Street BRADFORD, VT, Phone 222.9012 Open daily 9 to $, FrL 'Ill 8 p.m.