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Page 8A-The Second Opinion-June 9, 1982 Charles Burchfleld, at the age of 66 in 1959, created "Opinion in December". I NTERESTING FACT INTERESTING FACT Coal and diamonds are Fire ants are so made of the same chemical because their sting burns like element--carbon.i PFlaRmfire" eE   IOuRTiG/C COLGATE EVE WlN1YR-FRESH ++++++  1.17 Available Twin Pack ALLERGAN _ FINAL NET WoET-N-SOA  Asso.d Hum 1199 1.29 DULCOLAX SCOPE I ,, TABLETS .4 E'n ;aDZ.  "" f+ d 1.88 TELDRIN BAND-AID __ !m;  BRAND  !Japsule 2'S  Rexible I 1.84 s I, Bm 1.o9 I ii,i ECOTRIN---- IST All TABLETS r ) r, lo MPAC - ,r--,lao KIT By Johnson & i-Jfiiibi Johnson "--""" 2.99 SINE-AID dl "TA VASEUNE DERMATOLOGY TABLETS I.I it Fo,muouo. 24'Sfii q 5,5 OZ. ] al  1.89  .,,Lox .,ox , PLUS IIl. 1 NO. 2 ,[L -- 1.84  CORTAID CREAM ALPHA KERh I/2 OZ+ BATH 01L 1.59 ' ,, 2.09 SUMMER'S DESmN EVE DABAWAYS MEDICATED SUPPOSITORIES 1o's 70'S 2A7 RIGHT GUARD BRONZE 1.77 ACE WILD PEDI-PAC COMBS FCK ,+o.+ +,0,+ 1.99 TOUGH WHEN IT COMES TO I KEEPING OUR PRICES DOWN! CARS ONLY 4 CYL. $21.95 6 CYL. $34.95 8 CYL. $38.95 WITH ELECTRONIC IGNITION $10.09 MORE WITH STANDARD IGNITION i Gift Certificates I o"lricns cricns Make Wonderful  I o+, TRACTOR ' For Father's D=,YI:| + and Graduation FATHER'S DAY and GRADUATION GIFTS.. frOsOVefs are S of ARE SELLING 'CgZ WE'R DEALIN ON I I ARIENS 14 HP HYDROSTATIC J | -- FREE MOWER I ] -- FREE :IowBLOWER ] l p].s I I -- $500 OFF _ i SAO0 of these artists," says Dr. Robert ,, Steak is 74 percent water by The average lli ....... director of the National Institute on Aging, we see weight dinner lasts 20 minutes i LIPIPJ'I'IWII  ,, PAIR ,. that beauty and genius are ageless. " mlmum WARRANTEE " __ ,r  -   INSTALLED ! W tuwr arUsts creaw an  9 = am + --...L... ...7 .-- I  (continued from page lA) once told Adolphus Ealey, II[[[[[lllll T iiiinl Wworked to perfect the director of the Barnett-Aden lmllmlm mmlllll iw/--. techniques of her craft. Itstimefor II ldIMMIPMqP . Handicapned by arthritis, you have any idea what it's i-lWiiWlll I J ml "she sallied forth to like to be caged in a 78-year- ___ _ i I l [ Washington art openings with old body and to have the mind 111 l! a gold-headed cane--and and energy of a 25-year-old? If vv m00"'as'-'n00on   II[ continued to create her joyful I could only turn the clock - i paintings. A number of these back, I'd show them." ,, "',' - """ are on exhibit at the National But she did show "them Illll llllllll Museum of American Art in with, in 1972, a one-woman to g d[lilllildll m dlilllmd[lll Washington, D.C:, through exhibition at the Whitney 31PNIIi;P ilP_.lllt Feb. 22, 1982. Thomas used her Museum of American Art in --mnuwn--m .--..--.n-- kitchen or living room as a New York City and a Ires act I Ilillim studio, propping the huge retrospective at the Corcoran LUM- d k canvases on her lap or Gallery of Art in Washington. I m. balancing themonasofa. She In1977, the year before she t eme -og--- r fill 1 ' painted with a firm stroke, but died, she visited the Matisse Vlk] I mr--- first she had to soak her ar- cut-out show at the National l l thritic hands in hot water to Gallery of Art several times. q Make Tracks To .dP,,q We're the Problem i Nichols Main Street, Lyme, NH 795-2214 Open Daily 7.30 to 5:30; Closed Sunday E TRACTOR PEOPLE + "We Service o'qricns What We Sell." cricns SHOCK ABSORBER Gilbert Stuart, at the age of 71 in 1826, painted this portrait of John Adams. "By viewing the paintings N. Butler, INTERESTING FACT INTERESTING FACT A drop of American as many as teria. BRAKE JOB FRONTDISC . FREARADM '66 s33 RETREAD TIRES H% S ....... 4 pr, L78-15 ALL CORDOVAN TIRES 10 PERCENT OFF li mm ii Ill Ill Ill nlil mm II lUlllm miillllli nl mm Ill B OOMPuTER BALANOE $4 - PER TIRE FREE WITH PURCHASE OF 2 OR MORE TIRES lHll||l||l|llll|l||l! BRADFORD Tire & Auto Center enable her to hold a paint "If that old guy can still cut brush, out paper," she said defiantly, "There's nothing like aching +'I can still paint pictures." knees when you get old," she (You've not!cad gas prloes have increased) All These Good Used Oars Will Obtain At Least 30 MPG. HERE ARE A FEW OF OUR EXCELLENT BuYS-- ONLY ONE BEAUTY NEw 1981 CHEVETTE DIESEL-- Automatic, 4-Door, Light Blue. WORTH LOOKING AT 1980 CHEVETTE-- 4-Door, Automatic White. TWO TO CHOOSE FROM 1980 CHEVETTE-- 4-Door, 4 Speed. ONLY ONE MILEAGE SAVER 1979 CHEVETTE-- 4-Door, 4 Speed, Blue. TWO FOR IMMEDIATE SALE 1978 CHEVETTE-- 2.Door, 4 Speed. Ais0 Some Older Model As Is Pickups ASK FOR WALT OR BUZZY OR ROD Now at l H.O. Taylor Chevrolet RT. 302 (JUST 20 MILES WEST OF LITTLETON, N.H.) WELLS mVE VT. PHONE (SO) 75-11 AMERICA'S BANKERS SHARE YOUR CONCERN ABOUT THE FUTURE ! Everyday we talk with the farmers and small businessmen who are struggling to cope with the double Impact of economic recession and high interest rates. We also see the fir rtHichlng consequences of the disasters within industries such as housing and auto affecting every netghborhond and community in th nion. We feel enough Is enough. IT'S TIME TO PUT PARTISAN POLITICS ASIDE ! We have reached a crisis stats, and America's bankers are appealing to both Congress and the White House to put partisan politlcs aside and reach a compromise that will put us on the road to recovery. We are certain that interest rates can't come down until a credible budget program is adopted. To be realistic, such must at least things. 1. A significant in thr ratio of ! spending to gross product. 2. A sig in the the 3. Clear evidence are willing taxes, if BECOME INVOLVEDI i We've let you know how we feel, and now we urge, you to write your Senators and Representatives to leZ them know that you expect them to achieve a woraU compromise, immediately. Our bank has a Ionglasting commitment to this community and the sooner Washington puts the economy on the road to recovery the sooner we can provids credit at affordable rates and help our fdenu" and neighbors work for a prosperous tomorroW. Page 8A-The Second Opinion-June 9, 1982 Charles Burchfleld, at the age of 66 in 1959, created "Opinion in December". I NTERESTING FACT INTERESTING FACT Coal and diamonds are Fire ants are so made of the same chemical because their sting burns like element--carbon.i PFlaRmfire" eE   IOuRTiG/C COLGATE EVE WlN1YR-FRESH ++++++  1.17 Available Twin Pack ALLERGAN _ FINAL NET WoET-N-SOA  Asso.d Hum 1199 1.29 DULCOLAX SCOPE I ,, TABLETS .4 E'n ;aDZ.  "" f+ d 1.88 TELDRIN BAND-AID __ !m;  BRAND  !Japsule 2'S  Rexible I 1.84 s I, Bm 1.o9 I ii,i ECOTRIN---- IST All TABLETS r ) r, lo MPAC - ,r--,lao KIT By Johnson & i-Jfiiibi Johnson "--""" 2.99 SINE-AID dl "TA VASEUNE DERMATOLOGY TABLETS I.I it Fo,muouo. 24'Sfii q 5,5 OZ. ] al  1.89  .,,Lox .,ox , PLUS IIl. 1 NO. 2 ,[L -- 1.84  CORTAID CREAM ALPHA KERh I/2 OZ+ BATH 01L 1.59 ' ,, 2.09 SUMMER'S DESmN EVE DABAWAYS MEDICATED SUPPOSITORIES 1o's 70'S 2A7 RIGHT GUARD BRONZE 1.77 ACE WILD PEDI-PAC COMBS FCK ,+o.+ +,0,+ 1.99 TOUGH WHEN IT COMES TO I KEEPING OUR PRICES DOWN! CARS ONLY 4 CYL. $21.95 6 CYL. $34.95 8 CYL. $38.95 WITH ELECTRONIC IGNITION $10.09 MORE WITH STANDARD IGNITION i Gift Certificates I o"lricns cricns Make Wonderful  I o+, TRACTOR ' For Father's D=,YI:| + and Graduation FATHER'S DAY and GRADUATION GIFTS.. frOsOVefs are S of ARE SELLING 'CgZ WE'R DEALIN ON I I ARIENS 14 HP HYDROSTATIC J | -- FREE MOWER I ] -- FREE :IowBLOWER ] l p].s I I -- $500 OFF _ i SAO0 of these artists," says Dr. Robert ,, Steak is 74 percent water by The average lli ....... director of the National Institute on Aging, we see weight dinner lasts 20 minutes i LIPIPJ'I'IWII  ,, PAIR ,. that beauty and genius are ageless. " mlmum WARRANTEE " __ ,r  -   INSTALLED ! W tuwr arUsts creaw an  9 = am + --...L... ...7 .-- I  (continued from page lA) once told Adolphus Ealey, II[[[[[lllll T iiiinl Wworked to perfect the director of the Barnett-Aden lmllmlm mmlllll iw/--. techniques of her craft. Itstimefor II ldIMMIPMqP . Handicapned by arthritis, you have any idea what it's i-lWiiWlll I J ml "she sallied forth to like to be caged in a 78-year- ___ _ i I l [ Washington art openings with old body and to have the mind 111 l! a gold-headed cane--and and energy of a 25-year-old? If vv m00"'as'-'n00on   II[ continued to create her joyful I could only turn the clock - i paintings. A number of these back, I'd show them." ,, "',' - """ are on exhibit at the National But she did show "them Illll llllllll Museum of American Art in with, in 1972, a one-woman to g d[lilllildll m dlilllmd[lll Washington, D.C:, through exhibition at the Whitney 31PNIIi;P ilP_.lllt Feb. 22, 1982. Thomas used her Museum of American Art in --mnuwn--m .--..--.n-- kitchen or living room as a New York City and a Ires act I Ilillim studio, propping the huge retrospective at the Corcoran LUM- d k canvases on her lap or Gallery of Art in Washington. I m. balancing themonasofa. She In1977, the year before she t eme -og--- r fill 1 ' painted with a firm stroke, but died, she visited the Matisse Vlk] I mr--- first she had to soak her ar- cut-out show at the National l l thritic hands in hot water to Gallery of Art several times. q Make Tracks To .dP,,q We're the Problem i Nichols Main Street, Lyme, NH 795-2214 Open Daily 7.30 to 5:30; Closed Sunday E TRACTOR PEOPLE + "We Service o'qricns What We Sell." cricns SHOCK ABSORBER Gilbert Stuart, at the age of 71 in 1826, painted this portrait of John Adams. "By viewing the paintings N. Butler, INTERESTING FACT INTERESTING FACT A drop of American as many as teria. BRAKE JOB FRONTDISC . FREARADM '66 s33 RETREAD TIRES H% S ....... 4 pr, L78-15 ALL CORDOVAN TIRES 10 PERCENT OFF li mm ii Ill Ill Ill nlil mm II lUlllm miillllli nl mm Ill B OOMPuTER BALANOE $4 - PER TIRE FREE WITH PURCHASE OF 2 OR MORE TIRES lHll||l||l|llll|l||l! BRADFORD Tire & Auto Center enable her to hold a paint "If that old guy can still cut brush, out paper," she said defiantly, "There's nothing like aching +'I can still paint pictures." knees when you get old," she (You've not!cad gas prloes have increased) All These Good Used Oars Will Obtain At Least 30 MPG. HERE ARE A FEW OF OUR EXCELLENT BuYS-- ONLY ONE BEAUTY NEw 1981 CHEVETTE DIESEL-- Automatic, 4-Door, Light Blue. WORTH LOOKING AT 1980 CHEVETTE-- 4-Door, Automatic White. TWO TO CHOOSE FROM 1980 CHEVETTE-- 4-Door, 4 Speed. ONLY ONE MILEAGE SAVER 1979 CHEVETTE-- 4-Door, 4 Speed, Blue. TWO FOR IMMEDIATE SALE 1978 CHEVETTE-- 2.Door, 4 Speed. Ais0 Some Older Model As Is Pickups ASK FOR WALT OR BUZZY OR ROD Now at l H.O. Taylor Chevrolet RT. 302 (JUST 20 MILES WEST OF LITTLETON, N.H.) WELLS mVE VT. PHONE (SO) 75-11 AMERICA'S BANKERS SHARE YOUR CONCERN ABOUT THE FUTURE ! Everyday we talk with the farmers and small businessmen who are struggling to cope with the double Impact of economic recession and high interest rates. We also see the fir rtHichlng consequences of the disasters within industries such as housing and auto affecting every netghborhond and community in th nion. We feel enough Is enough. IT'S TIME TO PUT PARTISAN POLITICS ASIDE ! We have reached a crisis stats, and America's bankers are appealing to both Congress and the White House to put partisan politlcs aside and reach a compromise that will put us on the road to recovery. We are certain that interest rates can't come down until a credible budget program is adopted. To be realistic, such must at least things. 1. A significant in thr ratio of ! spending to gross product. 2. A sig in the the 3. Clear evidence are willing taxes, if BECOME INVOLVEDI i We've let you know how we feel, and now we urge, you to write your Senators and Representatives to leZ them know that you expect them to achieve a woraU compromise, immediately. Our bank has a Ionglasting commitment to this community and the sooner Washington puts the economy on the road to recovery the sooner we can provids credit at affordable rates and help our fdenu" and neighbors work for a prosperous tomorroW.