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Fireworks" : can be fun 00Julyl'1981"TheSecondOpinion'Page3A mpagelA) . . . . . , . _ __ !i!ia[iii i!i! i !YsPiiii!CviPrsC':pptilst i!r%e Strengthened further. In :ber 1976 the agency I that firecrackers sold to ? could contain no -,.an 50 milligrams of first declined significantly, e ..powder; prior to but are now on the rise, CPSC ackers could says LBUFFET &CONCERT Ord Cong'l Church, Sunday, July 5. Buffet: i,_ p'M.  $3.00 (children 5 and under free) ?uervations appreciated: phone Gail lhaWay 222-4051. ert: 8:00 P.M.  $3.00 [lrJOrie Drysdale, soprano Hass, piano liaret Smith, violin :rt Mead, baritone triaa Munn, piano et for both events -- $5.00 mfit North Country Chorus trip to England) ADVANCE SALE TICKETS AVAILABLE FROM ANY MEMBER OF THE NORTH COUNTRY CHORUS Tickets also at door-- has type b2 Bank the new regulation took effect, and to 7,100 in 1978, but it rose to 8,100 in 1979 and to9,424 last year. Product abuse appears to be the most frequent cause for fireworks injuries. CPSC's study in 1979 showed that over 60 per cent of the injuries from legal or illegal fireworks were due to product misuse, not product malfunction. Fur- thermore, the malfunctioning fireworks were, for the most part, banned fireworks under the federal law. In those cases where malfunctioning legal fireworks were involved in accidents, the injuries were minor and did not often require hospitalization. For July 4, 1981, the federal law permits only the sale of Class C firecrackers which contain no more than 50 milligrams of explosive powder. Some state laws are more stringent. Among the other Class C fireworks permitted by federal law are fountains, roman candle wheels, California candles, spike and handle cylindrical! fountains, sparklers, to here is the summary of prevailing laws; -- All Class C fireworks are allowed in Alaska, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, South Dakota, Tennessee, Hawaii and Nevada. Arizona, Delaware, Today's economy -- Sparklers and-or snakes schooled morns in a new set of rockets, party poppers only are allowed in Alabama, R's-revive, repair, Florida, Indiana, remodel--when it comes to Kentucky, Maine, children's wear. Maryland, Michigan, Oregon, "Stretching a clothing Pennsylvania, Utah, Virginia budget can be a hard lesson to and Wisconsin. learn, especially at the -- Some states ban all Class startling rate at which kids C fireworks, including outgrow clothes," points out sparklers. These states are Jack Simpson, fashion Connecticut, director, children's apparel at / Un.dered trimmers just won't cutit when you re up against heavy w e,  and brush. That s when you need a Stihl brushcutter with our high-powered engine and exclusive Polycut r head. When you have work to do, don'tvlay around with a toy. Get a Stihl bruslcutter. And get the job done SALE on NOW SUBJECT TO INVENTORY Reg. 319.95 ! TUmls & PJnM8 SOS --" LiSbon Road IAttleton, N.H. 444-2033 . way, a number of outfits can be'formed from just a few basic pieces and a few colorful tops, saving both money and closet space." Because every wardrobe needs spicing up when a new season rolls around, Summer 'HI is set with an abundance of textures such as seersucker, terry and fleece in bright colors with white accents for Oklahoma, Texas and Wyoming. sportswear for girls, with production in 1980 at 128.4 novelty tops and jeans still billioil f pounds would fill important for both. ahnosl 2,000 buildings, each one the capacit 5 of Dairy (;enter with its l million cubic BITSOF feet. [t would take the daily INFORMATION output of more than 2 million The state beverage of cows to completely fill the Massachusetts is cranberry Dairy Center in Rosemont, juice. Illinois. d NORTHEAST HARDWOODS COMPANY Georgia, Illinois, Sears. "Mothers used to solve action playwear, and pastels -- Some Class C fireworks Massachusetts, Minnesota, that problem by buying larger ranging from pale to mid-tone NORTH HAVERHILL, N. H. 03774 as specified by the state New Hampshire, New Jersey, sizes and having the kids grow for dress-up wear. Popular authority are permitted in New York, North Carolina, Tel. (603)787-6223 or 787-6251 California, Kansas, Nebraska, Ohio, Rhode Island, Vermont clothes range from blazers to New Mexico, Washington, the and West Virginia. :!'::% ............. i: athletic looks for" -  'ORLe nunuown,Tenlucn, Gays. ano NAROWOOD S/ASS District of Columbia, Idaho, , trom romantic to active ,, weJrE.asH t0G$ Montana, North Dakoti, BITSOF INFORMATION South Carolina A cheetah can run at 70 1  ": p A garden snail moves ..................  yomlnl ' ::::! at only.03m.p.h. 4 DAYS ONLY! LISTEN TO rthe,th S ; ends I  il. Ju ! toy f:" Local Highschool - -- CE and il Z 9 I ' '  "''-' naernA., everything nice for those /! I]flh[--]pLL special occasions. This -*-,'--',- , .:- -" - lace-trimmed, woven I:# .ourna.men! polyester-and-cotton dress r   Action for girls size 7-14 ($16) is  als0 featured in Sears Wells River Valley Softball League SCHEDULED BROADCASTS FROM MILLS MEMORIAL FIELD FOR WELLS RIVER SOFTBALL LEAGUE GAMES BY RADIO WYKR FOR 1981 DATE--GAME TIME Wed., June 24--oddarci Implements vs Duds 6:30 Wed., July I--Hobos vs Good Neighbor Banks 6:30 Thu., Ju.ly 2--2  Lounge vs Miller High Life 6:30 'rue., July 7--Tuck Press vs Stoddard Implements 6:30 Wed., July 8--Rapid Rubbish vs Colatina Exit 6:30 Mou., July 13--Miller High Life vs Stoddard Imp. 6:30 'rue., July 14--Carrier Hammers vs Duds 6:30 Wed., July 22--Peoples Market vs Tuck Press 7:45 Thu., July 23--2 & Q Lounge vs South Ryegate 6:30 Mon., July 27-- Duds vs 2 & Q Lounge 6:30 Thu., July 30---Miller High Life vs Colatina Exit 6:30 spring-summer catalog. into them. Now, built-in growth features like ad- justable shoulder straps, elastic inserts, stretch or knit fabrics, and tucks, pleats and yokes add to the life span, fit and looks of children's wear." Quality construction is another important buying consideration, particularly for clothing that will be worn and laundered often. Some of the construction features that mcrease clothing's staying power are reinforcements at points of stress; smooth, flat seams, properly finished to prevent raveling; firmly attached buttons, hooks and save 20%,050. our entire collection Mon., Aug 3--Tuck Press vs Rapid Rubbish 6:30 eyes or snaps, and generous Mou.,Wed" Aug.AUg" 5---Peoplesl0....CarrierMarketHammersVS Stoddardvs Hobos Imp. 6:306:30 andfabriCpleatsallwances for seams saJoreoulr$5515fOt$355   II Tue., Aug. ll---Good Neighbor Banks vs Rapid Rubbish Finally" says Simpson, Cok of Calttor,do .,, , |J ' " [;O$O MotiO Raid :,llI ) l 6:30 - "stay with an easily coor- fobbyLen * SDOOO  / ll dinated color family. That * Seo Fashions ..... , t /I ooo,o - ':3( " Sizes 6 to t8 tot toSSer 5 tO i for " '" i i I t[VE'R00E bew el ?for JP'RO UJDI _ " $14'rsty g'ant size, super printSsPECiALtO $23VALUE,, . solid color IRR s Size: 3ft. x 5 ft, Your enthusiastic response sale $14 to our various lobby activities and displays   cover ups during our week-long merger celebration  lightweight nylon TOTE wrop-up, dry-off 9reo , was most gratifying E goes anywhere, beoch foshio. ..  reg. $8 .e $5 $12 to $28 we hove other sizes and styles, tr y shiffsto pull- choose from great colors, overs, to rompers . . we have 'era all! Size Following are some of the lucky prize winners  s-m-I. .. more will be announced next week Jean Darling-- Maple Syrup summerfil Grace Gregory -- Patchwork Pillow Edward Arnold -- Gas at Dud's ,, R. W. Demick-- Dinner at Warner's Gallery  sur Austin Brooks -- $15.00, Clark's Business Machines Oil via Osborne -- $50.00 Savings Bond ', Mary Jo Locke -- 14-Inch Pizza, Frosty Delite  sses Bernice Walker-- $15.00, Aldrich General Store CoraleneOrdway--$5.00lceCream, Savoy's Dairy Bar $13 to Philip Basch -- $15.00, Happy Hour Gift Shop V__tl_ p.M. Peabody-- Maple Syrup  $30 Harriet Fyler -- Gas at Brad's Getty Glenn Sails-- $25.00, Peoples Market ,  20.,. to 40% Ramona Bnnnell- $25.00, Chamberlin s Greenhouse  sommort#o skirts,,, tIwOnw' :rUP'rP s ec: srru.ction .in de!iqhtful Kevin Hafemane-- $15.00, Thomas Pharmacy  great sMes & colors prints To Terry sn ff to light strap prints, Sizes 8 Norman Hayford-- 14-Inch Pizza-- Frosty Delite  sale $15 to $25 to 8 o so,-e- Betty Hill -- Patchwork Pillow 'q dium-lorge. Color and Pauline Hollis -- $25.00, Doyle's Country Store  Scoop 'era up .. dozom of !print selection superb! 'a William Maynes -- $15.00, Joanie's Clothes Shed  styles and colors. Sizes 8 to ]8 Linda Metcalf-- $15.00, Jacob's Ladder I   51 15 Our regular $21 f , rove 20% to 35 WE HAD A GOOD TIME - " 'L, save |0 30' summertime slacks, HOPE YOU ALL DID TOO!!  "/" shorts galorel i isuper collection Wells R  Pick your favorite style ,.. t,,,i,L, i "  ! , calcutt and so much more: i ' Sizes 5 to 15 and 8 to 18. nk ._ ,o.r  . and 8 to 18. some s-m-i. 4" Z m-,, .ro i i j WELLS RIVER, VERMONT ' ""-- (802)-757-2361 _ _ Member F.D.I.C.  .. Me,. Street Main Strec, "' t (LLOSED SAT JULY 41 Phone 643' 31 Phone 222-9012 have a nappy houuy Open doily 9 to . Open doily 9 to $ Fri. 'til 8 pro, UNUSUAl, MII,K FACTS The total yearly U.S. milk special "for the 4th" SAVINGS sale price ends IRI. July 3rd Fireworks" : can be fun 00Julyl'1981"TheSecondOpinion'Page3A mpagelA) . . . . . , . _ __ !i!ia[iii i!i! i !YsPiiii!CviPrsC':pptilst i!r%e Strengthened further. In :ber 1976 the agency I that firecrackers sold to ? could contain no -,.an 50 milligrams of first declined significantly, e ..powder; prior to but are now on the rise, CPSC ackers could says LBUFFET &CONCERT Ord Cong'l Church, Sunday, July 5. Buffet: i,_ p'M.  $3.00 (children 5 and under free) ?uervations appreciated: phone Gail lhaWay 222-4051. ert: 8:00 P.M.  $3.00 [lrJOrie Drysdale, soprano Hass, piano liaret Smith, violin :rt Mead, baritone triaa Munn, piano et for both events -- $5.00 mfit North Country Chorus trip to England) ADVANCE SALE TICKETS AVAILABLE FROM ANY MEMBER OF THE NORTH COUNTRY CHORUS Tickets also at door-- has type b2 Bank the new regulation took effect, and to 7,100 in 1978, but it rose to 8,100 in 1979 and to9,424 last year. Product abuse appears to be the most frequent cause for fireworks injuries. CPSC's study in 1979 showed that over 60 per cent of the injuries from legal or illegal fireworks were due to product misuse, not product malfunction. Fur- thermore, the malfunctioning fireworks were, for the most part, banned fireworks under the federal law. In those cases where malfunctioning legal fireworks were involved in accidents, the injuries were minor and did not often require hospitalization. For July 4, 1981, the federal law permits only the sale of Class C firecrackers which contain no more than 50 milligrams of explosive powder. Some state laws are more stringent. Among the other Class C fireworks permitted by federal law are fountains, roman candle wheels, California candles, spike and handle cylindrical! fountains, sparklers, to here is the summary of prevailing laws; -- All Class C fireworks are allowed in Alaska, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, South Dakota, Tennessee, Hawaii and Nevada. Arizona, Delaware, Today's economy -- Sparklers and-or snakes schooled morns in a new set of rockets, party poppers only are allowed in Alabama, R's-revive, repair, Florida, Indiana, remodel--when it comes to Kentucky, Maine, children's wear. Maryland, Michigan, Oregon, "Stretching a clothing Pennsylvania, Utah, Virginia budget can be a hard lesson to and Wisconsin. learn, especially at the -- Some states ban all Class startling rate at which kids C fireworks, including outgrow clothes," points out sparklers. These states are Jack Simpson, fashion Connecticut, director, children's apparel at / Un.dered trimmers just won't cutit when you re up against heavy w e,  and brush. That s when you need a Stihl brushcutter with our high-powered engine and exclusive Polycut r head. When you have work to do, don'tvlay around with a toy. Get a Stihl bruslcutter. And get the job done SALE on NOW SUBJECT TO INVENTORY Reg. 319.95 ! TUmls & PJnM8 SOS --" LiSbon Road IAttleton, N.H. 444-2033 . way, a number of outfits can be'formed from just a few basic pieces and a few colorful tops, saving both money and closet space." Because every wardrobe needs spicing up when a new season rolls around, Summer 'HI is set with an abundance of textures such as seersucker, terry and fleece in bright colors with white accents for Oklahoma, Texas and Wyoming. sportswear for girls, with production in 1980 at 128.4 novelty tops and jeans still billioil f pounds would fill important for both. ahnosl 2,000 buildings, each one the capacit 5 of Dairy (;enter with its l million cubic BITSOF feet. [t would take the daily INFORMATION output of more than 2 million The state beverage of cows to completely fill the Massachusetts is cranberry Dairy Center in Rosemont, juice. Illinois. d NORTHEAST HARDWOODS COMPANY Georgia, Illinois, Sears. "Mothers used to solve action playwear, and pastels -- Some Class C fireworks Massachusetts, Minnesota, that problem by buying larger ranging from pale to mid-tone NORTH HAVERHILL, N. H. 03774 as specified by the state New Hampshire, New Jersey, sizes and having the kids grow for dress-up wear. Popular authority are permitted in New York, North Carolina, Tel. (603)787-6223 or 787-6251 California, Kansas, Nebraska, Ohio, Rhode Island, Vermont clothes range from blazers to New Mexico, Washington, the and West Virginia. :!'::% ............. i: athletic looks for" -  'ORLe nunuown,Tenlucn, Gays. ano NAROWOOD S/ASS District of Columbia, Idaho, , trom romantic to active ,, weJrE.asH t0G$ Montana, North Dakoti, BITSOF INFORMATION South Carolina A cheetah can run at 70 1  ": p A garden snail moves ..................  yomlnl ' ::::! at only.03m.p.h. 4 DAYS ONLY! LISTEN TO rthe,th S ; ends I  il. Ju ! toy f:" Local Highschool - -- CE and il Z 9 I ' '  "''-' naernA., everything nice for those /! I]flh[--]pLL special occasions. This -*-,'--',- , .:- -" - lace-trimmed, woven I:# .ourna.men! polyester-and-cotton dress r   Action for girls size 7-14 ($16) is  als0 featured in Sears Wells River Valley Softball League SCHEDULED BROADCASTS FROM MILLS MEMORIAL FIELD FOR WELLS RIVER SOFTBALL LEAGUE GAMES BY RADIO WYKR FOR 1981 DATE--GAME TIME Wed., June 24--oddarci Implements vs Duds 6:30 Wed., July I--Hobos vs Good Neighbor Banks 6:30 Thu., Ju.ly 2--2  Lounge vs Miller High Life 6:30 'rue., July 7--Tuck Press vs Stoddard Implements 6:30 Wed., July 8--Rapid Rubbish vs Colatina Exit 6:30 Mou., July 13--Miller High Life vs Stoddard Imp. 6:30 'rue., July 14--Carrier Hammers vs Duds 6:30 Wed., July 22--Peoples Market vs Tuck Press 7:45 Thu., July 23--2 & Q Lounge vs South Ryegate 6:30 Mon., July 27-- Duds vs 2 & Q Lounge 6:30 Thu., July 30---Miller High Life vs Colatina Exit 6:30 spring-summer catalog. into them. Now, built-in growth features like ad- justable shoulder straps, elastic inserts, stretch or knit fabrics, and tucks, pleats and yokes add to the life span, fit and looks of children's wear." Quality construction is another important buying consideration, particularly for clothing that will be worn and laundered often. Some of the construction features that mcrease clothing's staying power are reinforcements at points of stress; smooth, flat seams, properly finished to prevent raveling; firmly attached buttons, hooks and save 20%,050. our entire collection Mon., Aug 3--Tuck Press vs Rapid Rubbish 6:30 eyes or snaps, and generous Mou.,Wed" Aug.AUg" 5---Peoplesl0....CarrierMarketHammersVS Stoddardvs Hobos Imp. 6:306:30 andfabriCpleatsallwances for seams saJoreoulr$5515fOt$355   II Tue., Aug. ll---Good Neighbor Banks vs Rapid Rubbish Finally" says Simpson, Cok of Calttor,do .,, , |J ' " [;O$O MotiO Raid :,llI ) l 6:30 - "stay with an easily coor- fobbyLen * SDOOO  / ll dinated color family. That * Seo Fashions ..... , t /I ooo,o - ':3( " Sizes 6 to t8 tot toSSer 5 tO i for " '" i i I t[VE'R00E bew el ?for JP'RO UJDI _ " $14'rsty g'ant size, super printSsPECiALtO $23VALUE,, . solid color IRR s Size: 3ft. x 5 ft, Your enthusiastic response sale $14 to our various lobby activities and displays   cover ups during our week-long merger celebration  lightweight nylon TOTE wrop-up, dry-off 9reo , was most gratifying E goes anywhere, beoch foshio. ..  reg. $8 .e $5 $12 to $28 we hove other sizes and styles, tr y shiffsto pull- choose from great colors, overs, to rompers . . we have 'era all! Size Following are some of the lucky prize winners  s-m-I. .. more will be announced next week Jean Darling-- Maple Syrup summerfil Grace Gregory -- Patchwork Pillow Edward Arnold -- Gas at Dud's ,, R. W. Demick-- Dinner at Warner's Gallery  sur Austin Brooks -- $15.00, Clark's Business Machines Oil via Osborne -- $50.00 Savings Bond ', Mary Jo Locke -- 14-Inch Pizza, Frosty Delite  sses Bernice Walker-- $15.00, Aldrich General Store CoraleneOrdway--$5.00lceCream, Savoy's Dairy Bar $13 to Philip Basch -- $15.00, Happy Hour Gift Shop V__tl_ p.M. Peabody-- Maple Syrup  $30 Harriet Fyler -- Gas at Brad's Getty Glenn Sails-- $25.00, Peoples Market ,  20.,. to 40% Ramona Bnnnell- $25.00, Chamberlin s Greenhouse  sommort#o skirts,,, tIwOnw' :rUP'rP s ec: srru.ction .in de!iqhtful Kevin Hafemane-- $15.00, Thomas Pharmacy  great sMes& colors prints To Terry sn ff to light strap prints, Sizes 8 Norman Hayford-- 14-Inch Pizza-- Frosty Delite  sale $15 to $25 to 8 o so,-e- Betty Hill -- Patchwork Pillow 'q dium-lorge. Color and Pauline Hollis -- $25.00, Doyle's Country Store  Scoop 'era up .. dozom of !print selection superb! 'a William Maynes -- $15.00, Joanie's Clothes Shed  styles and colors. Sizes 8 to ]8 Linda Metcalf-- $15.00, Jacob's Ladder I   51 15 Our regular $21 f , rove 20% to 35 WE HAD A GOOD TIME - " 'L, save |0 30' summertime slacks, HOPE YOU ALL DID TOO!!  "/" shorts galorel i isuper collection Wells R  Pick your favorite style ,.. t,,,i,L, i "  ! , calcutt and so much more: i ' Sizes 5 to 15 and 8 to 18. nk ._ ,o.r  . and 8 to 18. some s-m-i. 4" Z m-,, .ro i i j WELLS RIVER, VERMONT ' ""-- (802)-757-2361 _ _ Member F.D.I.C.  .. Me,. Street Main Strec, "' t (LLOSED SAT JULY 41 Phone 643' 31 Phone 222-9012 have a nappy houuy Open doily 9 to . Open doily 9 to $ Fri. 'til 8 pro, UNUSUAl, MII,K FACTS The total yearly U.S. milk special "for the 4th" SAVINGS sale price ends IRI. July 3rd