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Elms win y Pin 00o.m.00h s at Nor-Wa es ., Mor. _NORMAN ROULX not competed enough weeks to Welch No 90 caution li ts t'o win his first , . . . . . gh FAIRLEE--On July 2nd the ' /Jcr.WORTH--The ram get a trophy. Fimshmg fourth The preliminary events feature. Ralph Stygles No. 17 Lake Morey women golfers }]J. July 4 feature at Nor- and getting the third place went as follows first ualifier was second to the line and held an Inter-Club match with ' Pi " q .DO.mes Speedway was won trophy was Butch Burbank. Ed Smith No 33, second Butch Clogston was third. Bob 22 guests and 22 home July 15, 1981-The Journal Opinion-Page 5 • Elms in his No. 6 Ford The Late Model first feature qualifier C.V. Elms, third Rushford grabbed fourth and members competing. Lred coupe. The second was won by Franny Comeau qualifier Albert Clogston No. C.V. Elms was fifth. Participating were players . trophy went to Denny No. 89. Second place went to 01, and consolation Ralph The Late Model feature was from Ammonoosuc C.C. in ?. who finished third Jim Moses No. 44. The third Harlow No. 67. captured by Bob Shepard, Lisbon, Androscoggin C.C. in Pete Dunn, who had place trophy went to Larry The first warm-up for late Franny Comeau came by Shelburne, Wambeck C.C. in models was won by Bob second and Steve Heinz was Jefferson, Bethlehem C.C., SPORTSMEN COUPE Shepard and the second by third, and GorhamC.C. ll,h. HANDICAPPING POINTS Dave Annis. Trophies for the late model Prizes were awarded at a . 6--C.V. Elms ................................... 133 The second feature for cars were given by Roys Auto luncheon following the match t' 33--Ed Smith .................................... 117 Sportsmen Coupe was won by Repair of Wentworth. at the Lake Mercy Inn. .01--Butch Clogston ............................... 110 Norman "Pete" Dunn No. 96 Trophies for the Sportsmen Local players to win awards .41--BunkyAdams ................................ 97 Vt. Dunn fought off several Coupes were given by Bob were: Phyllis Mountl -- 7--BobRushford ................................ 8 challenges from the strong Packard Trucking and longest drive; Mice Clark -- .8--DonDavis ................................... contenders, lay traffic and Lebanon Cruhed Stone. closest to pin; Marge .02--ButchBurbank ................................ 83 Goodhue, Mary Woodward "' "-. 16---Raymond Heath, Sr .......................... 78 1- -rsffi r , and Alice Clark for 2nd low .57Doug Roberts ................................ 77  .ear li-up:dway  net. i mp :: H invites public ELY--YMCA Camp Billings in Ely is celebrating its 781h anniversary this year. Friends and alumni are in- vited to attend a weekend of special events on July 18-19. the ninth running of the Round-The-Lake Marathon 11. No. 14--Bob Adams, So. Royalton, Vt .................. 84 Race at 10 a.m. Saturday, July : ,Welch ................................. 121 12. No. 80--DavidChestnut, WhiteRiverJct.,Vt .......... 79 18th. Visitors may partieipate . .................................. 96 13. No. 77--Stuart Bean, Bradford, Vt .................... 78 only by calling the camp office McQuinn ................................ 95 r Comeau .............................. 90 r Heinz ................................. 88 Gilpatrick .............................. 83 Annis .................................. 75 .................................. 69 Moses ................................... 60 .................................. 52 .............  ................... 45 ancy Maxium .............................. 44 .......................... 36 jgies ............................... 20 .................................. 4 Thoughts on the t-of-Doors by Gary W. Moore RECORD NUMBERS salmon run is now about over on the Con- but the results fulfilled the dreams of so many years. r 5 the personnel monitoring the river had counted This compares very favorably with the 157 year. Coordinator of the Connecticut River Fish Program, reports that as of July 6 30 released above Holyoke and a minimum of 9 above Turners Fails and 7 have been hatcheries that are being used to raise the stock now have 352 salmon. When one it must be remembered that there is a of mortality involved. Salmon are not easily even though the people involved have taken ; some loss. HABITAT CREWS crews are at work now on some of the by the Fish and Game Department. The known as Wildlife Management Areas. by temporary employees under the technicians and biologists who laid )revious year. operations such as timber and firewood sales department to improve habitat• These types are done on a contractual basis and return crews do the non-commercial improvements good habitat, but do not produce money. The and work out of the Rutland, Waterbury from last year were: the apple trees that had been overgrown and restoration of 170 acres of old friends that ', of 22,000 feet of forest and the creation of several clear cuts provide brouse for future years. LAND Conference was held in June The conference is sponsored by the !of Natural Science. came from around the state to hear and, of course, to birdwatch. the Northeast Kingdom to view the trip locations were Fish and Game Areas, Hurricane Brook in Holland, and Wenlock Crossing in Ferdinand. Bill Sladyk, Charles Willey and groups to the state owned personnel and the bird- mutual concerns and to get to Areas are found throughout places to view birds or wildlife. The people to make use of the land so fact that all must take care of our information about the areas are of the Fish and Game NEW LAWS following: injure, destroy or willfully in- lawfully set for the purpose of be put on the ice until November 20 15. The law still requires that the near the entrance. The house before the ice becomes ore the March 15 date. beaver," otter, marten, mink, rac bobcat and muskrat including birds, amphibians tic animals non-resident deer hunters to r as officers could not prove deer. The law was changed was needed to hunt all game I. This greatly increased set the fee for a non- and a non-resident combination 14. No. 36---Ricky Roberts, East Barre, Vt ................ 76 15. No. 21--Scott Spear, Newport, N.H .................... 72 16. No. 7--Bob Rushford, Bradford, Vt ................... 44 17. No. 16---Ray Heath, Warren, N.H ...................... 41 18. No. 15---Reg McLain ................................. 35 19. No. 7--Jr. Towle, Jr., Bradford, Vt ................... 21 20. No. 01--David Smith, White River Jct., Vt ............. 20 21. No. 62--Wally Langiois ............................... 16 22. No. 2--. ............................................. 15 23. No. 5--Bob Packard, Enfield, N.H ................... 23 24. No. 44--Mike Heath .................................. 7 25. No. 42--Bunky Adams, Hartford, Vt ................... 3 STREET DIVISION POINT STANDINGS 1. No. ll--Carroll Porter, E. Corinth, Vt ................. 180 2. No. 1--Ralph Baldwin, Graniteville, Vt ......... : .--.... 151 3. No. 61--Wayne HazieR, Woodsville, N.H .............. 140 4. No. 18--Duncan McKay, E. Barre, Vt ................. 137 5. No. 23---Frank Weigel, White River Jet., Vt ............ 132 6. No. 28--Floyd Jarvis, Jr., Northfield, Vt ............... 119 I 7. No. 01--Thomas Spooner, E. Topsham, Vt ............. 110 8. No. 97--Bradley Phelps, N. Tbetford, Vt ............... 108 9. No. 50--Arnold Stygles, Bradford, Vt .................. 106 10. No. 31--Harry Davidson, Piermont, N.H .............. 105 11• No. 16---Richard Fadden, N• Haverhill, N.H ........... 99 12. No. 17--Jim Morgan, White River Jet., Vt ............. 86 13. No. 24--Alex Hart, Williamstown, Vt .................. 66 14. No. 77--Bruce Towle, Bradford, Vt .................... 05 15. No. 48--Peter Graves, W. Danville, Vt ................. 48 16. No. 69--Dong Boyce, Groton, Vt ....................... 47 17. No. 57--Alex Sutherland, Bath, N.H ................... 48 18. No. 44--Gone Pierson, Jr., E. Corinth, Vt .............. 45 19. No. 75--David Gomo, Websterville, Vt ................ 28 20. No. 34--Richard Simmons, Bradford, Vt .............. 21 20. No. 81--Marshldl Laundry, Jr., Woodsville, N.H ....... 21 20. No 93-l__ndy Hutchinson, E. '12mford, Vt ............ 21 21. No. 71--Bruce Gendron, Waits River, Vt .............. 18 22. No. 29--Richard Pecor, Barre, Vt ..................... 17 23. No. 43--Monty Sweet, E. Corinth, Vt .................. 13 24. No. 29--Roger Pecor, Barre, Vt ............... ........ 11 25. No. 01--Tony Spooner, W. Topsham, Vt ................ 8 26. No. 33--Rene Crete ................................... 3 COUPES July 10, 1981 1st Qualifier 1.80--David Chestnut 2.15--Regg McLain 3.62--Wally Langlois 2nd Qualifier 1.57--Doug Roberts 2.56--Clayton Hatch 3. 1--Orin Howe 4.96--Bob Shepard 3rd Qualifier 1.50--Chuck Frazier 2.54--Chuck Beede 3. 93--Dale Williams 4. 3--Ervine Eastman 1st Consolation 1.21--Scott Spear 2. 2--Willy Race 3.14--Bob Adams 2nd Consolation 1.53--Dan Beede 2.98--Frank Keene 3. 6--C.V. Elms, III Semi-Feature 1.80--David Chestnut 2.62--Wally Langlois 3.54---Chuck Boede 4.93--Dale Williams 5. 1--Orin Howe Feature I. M--Chuck Beede 2.98Frank Keene 3. 3--Ervine Eastman 4. 1--Orin Howe 5.53--Dan Beede 6.50--Chuck Frazier 7. 14--Bob Adams 8. 2--Willy Race 9. 56--Clayton Hatch 10.57--Doug Roberts 11.15--Regg McLain 12.96--Bob Shepard 13.93--Dale Williams 14. 6--C.V. Elms, Ill 15.80--David Chestnut 16.62Wally Langlois 17.21--Scott Spear AL-ANON MEETING ORFORD--A new M-Anon group is meeting Thursdays at 8 p.m. at the Congregational Church in Oxford. AI-Anon is an anonymous support group for relatives and friends of alcoholics. STREETS July 10, 1981 1st Qualifier 1.48--Peter Greaves 2• 71--Bruce Gendron 3• 93---Randy Hutchinson 4.57--Alex Sutherland 2nd Qualifier 1.17--Jim Morgan 2. 16--Richard Fadden 3.01Thomas Spooner 4.77--Bruce Towle 3rd Qualifier I. 50--Arnold Stygles 2.11---Carroll Porter 3. 28--Floyd Jarvis 1st Consolation 1.23--Frank Weigel 2. 18--Duncan McKay 3.97Brad Phelps 4.24--Alex Hart Semi-Feature 1.17--Jim Morgan 2.11--Carroll Porter 3.01--Tom Spooner 4.71--Bruce Gendron 5.16--Richard Fadden 6.48--Peter Greaves 7.93--Randy Hutchinson Feature 1. ll--Carroll Porter 2.18--Duncan McKay 3.16--Richard Fadden 4.97--Brad Phelps 5.28--Floyd Jarvis 6.23--Frank Weigel 7.01--Thomas Spooner 8.31--Harry Davidson 9. 57--Mex Sutherland 10.24--Alex Hart 1 I. 71--Bruce Gendron 12.17--Jim Morgan 13.77--Bruce Towle 14.93Randy Hutchinson 15.50--Arnold Stygles 16.48Peter Greaves MOREY MEETING FAIRLEE--The Lake Morey Protective Association will hold its annual meeting at 4 p.m. July 18 in the Acorn Room at Bonnie Oaks, Lake Mercy. The membership will be asked to ratify a dues in- crease from $13 to $20. 2. J. Parent, 2+q 3. J. Lyman, Dud's 4. P. Cowens, 2+Q 4. J. Slayton, Hobos 4. D. Lynaugh, 2+Q 4. D. Eastman, M.H.L. 8. M. Wonlson, Hobos 9. A. Page, G.N.B. 10. J. Holdeu, Peoples Mkt. Place-Team W I. 2+Q 1o 2. Hobos S 3 2. Tuck Press 9 3 4. Rapid Rubbish 8 4 5. Dud's inc. 6 4 6. Colatlna Exit 7 5 7. Carrier Hammer 8 8 7. Miller High L. 8 8 9. Peoples Mkt. 4 6 1O. Good Neighbor Bk. 2 8 II. Mlth Ryegate 2 l0 12. Stoddard Imple. O 12 8CORE8 Miller H.L. 13 Carr. Ham. 3 Hob 9 Carrier Hamn. 3 Hobos 12 Miller H.L. 9 Tuck Press 7 Stod. Imp. 3 2+Q 9 Stod. Imp. 2 Tuck P. 6 2+Q 5 Rapid Rub. 11 Col. Exit. 5 S. Ryegate 6 Coiatina 5 Rapid Rub. 8 S. Ryegate 5 Make-up Games Starting at 6:30 p.m. Fri., July 24. Dud's, Good Neighbor Bank & Peoples Mkt. at least one day in advance. Other events and programs are planned for the two-day weekend and all friends are R.B.I.'s invited to attend. Buffet 1. S. Blood, Hobos 14 lunches will be available or 2. J. Lyman, Dud's 12 you can bring picnic lunches. 2. J. Parent, 2+Q 12 Everyone planning to attend 4. M. Lewis, 2%Q 11 should notify the camp office 5. R. Hall, Hobos 19 in advance. 5. C. Cookman, S. Rye. 10 5. B. Claflin, Carrier H. 10 5. L. Gadapee, R.R.R. l0 Home Runs Men's dow-piteh J. Parent, 2+Q 2 m]) &fated a, Lyman, Dud's 2 RANDOLPH--The Orange- Team Pitching Windsor County District 8 ¢HitsAllowedPerInning) A.S.A. Men's Slow Pitch I. 2-t-Q 1.01 Softball Tournament for Class 2. Col. Exit 1.34 B teams only will be held the 3. Holms 1.40 weekend of July 18 - 19 in 4. M.H.L. 1.53 Randolph. 5. Dud's 1.55 This will be a double 6.G.N.B. 1.58 elimination tournament with 7. R.R.R. 1.68 the winner going to the state 8. Peoples Mkt. 1.70 tournament on the weekend of 9. Carrier H. 1.71 July 31 in Bristol. If in- 19. TuckPress 1.72 terested, contact Roland ll.S.Ryegate 1.83 Therrien at 728-5804 or 723- 12.Stod. lmple. 1.85 3181, extension 300. All-Star Tournament BRADFOBD--Triangie Babe During the season some 70 League will serveas host youngstet have had a chance to the All Star Baseball District Tournament this weekend for the 13 year olds. This will be the first time that the local league has had a chance to serve as the hes) teams. The games will he hem at the Oxbow High School field in Bradford. See ac- companying schedule for time of each event. The local league is made up of teams from Bradford, Newbury, Topsham-Corinth, Thetford and Woedsville. VERMONT BABE RUTH LEAGUE 1981 DISTRICT 111 13 YEAR OLD TOURNAMENT Schedule Home Team -- Visiting Team Wed., July 15 Lyndenville VS Hardwick Bradford VS Newport Thurs., July 16 Green Mtn. VS Winner Game 1 Loser Game 2 VS Loser Game 1 Fri., July 17 Winner Game 3 VS Winner Game 2 Winner Game 4 VS Loser Game 3 Sat., July 18 Loser Game 5 VS Winner Game 6 Winner Game 5 VS Winner Game 7 Sun., July 19 Loser Game 6 VS Winner Game 8 Played if necessary. to take part in the league activities at the local level and some 400 have been involved at the district level. They have been served locally by William Hodge, president, John Bagonzi, vice president and Bill Thnrber as secretary- treasurer. Interested sports fans are invited and urged to support their local youngsters by attending the games. Refresh- ments will be on sale. 'rime 2:00PM 5:00PM 2:00PM 5:00PM 2:00PM 5:00PM I:00PM 4:00PM 2:00PM French's Achievement Award Competition to be held Saturday, July 18 at 3:00 or following Game 7. Littleton woman enlists in Guard LITTLETON--Anita Santy of Her job will be Company Littleton has enlisted in 195th Clerk in Lebanon. Chemical Company in She was signed up by Wayne Lebanon. Hazlett of Woodsviile, She will attend basic recruiting Sergeant for the training at Fort Jackson, S.C., Lebanon area. and then advanced training at Fort Benjamin Harrison in Indiana. VOLLEYBALL TOURNEY MONTPELIER--Teams are wanted for the second annual Central Vermont Volleyball DUMP MEETING Tournament scheduled July 25 BRADFORD--The Zoning at 10 a.m. at the Montpelier Board of Adjustment will Recreation Field. U.S. decide on a permit for the Volleyball Association rules proposed Limlaw Dump at will apply. Trophies will go to 7:30 p,m. July 22 in the winning teams. For further Bradford Academy information, call (802) 426- auditorium. 3821 or 476-5858. Registration fee $12. 8 GREEN ST. :4 38 15 20 .526 zl 1o 18 .sis Thetford, Bradford Babe Ruth winners 40 14 20 .500 THETFORD--In Babe Ruth David Stever was the 40 11 20 .500 38 10 19 .S00 League tournament action winner for Bradford and Mike 26 9 13 .500 July II, Thetford shut out Fresolone the loser. 39 11 19 .487 Newbury 17-0 and Bradford Winners of the French's 33 3 16 .485 defeated Woodsville9-2. Pennant Award contest were 31 7 15 .484 Ward Malmquist was Chris Baker of Thetford, 13  Thetford's winning pitcher, year-old winner; Bradley tossirig a two-hitter and Hodge of E. Corinth, 14-year- walloping a home run in his old winner; and Ward own cause. Loser was John Malmquist of Thetford, 15- Mad River coeDwy er. year-oldwinner. rally scheduled WAITSFIELD--The Second Mad River Canoe Rally will he held Aug. 1-2, on Kettle Pond at Groton State Forest. The rally will be two fun days of canoe events, lectures, clinics Gm.ft00n tennis tourney is set LITTLETONTho time is required which should be drawing near for the second received hy no later than Aug. annual Grafton County Open 15, only men's singles will be Tennis Tournament. played, the tournament will The tournament this year again be held at Apthorp will be played the weekend of Common and the first match and races. Aug. 28-30, and promises to be will be played at noon Aug. 28. Try out the Mad River just as exciting as last year's. Further information may be Canoe of your dreams; be part There will be a maximum of obtained by calling Steve of a twelve man peddling crew 32 entries, a $7 entry fee is Garfield at (603) 444-3927. in the 29 foot long "war" canoe; see sailing canoes in action; learn about canoe Tri Town ota wins in soccer safety, solo paddling, and BRADFORD--Tri Town David Baker, as well as some what bent shaft paddles can do Toyota of Bradford notched its key saves by goalkeeper Ray for you. fourth win of the season as it Chapin, kept Barre from All are welcome with or breezed past Barre 5-2 in heeomingascoringthreat. without a canoe, but if you Central Vermont League Tri Town'Toyota is now 4-4 bring a canoe, it has to be a soccer action, on the season. The next home Mad River Canoe. Kettle Pond is a beautiful Barry Brant led the Tri- game is on Sunday, July 19th large natural glaciated pon d Town-Toyota attack with at l:00againstBarreTown. three goals, assisted by Tom with lean-tos and tent sites Gray who found the back of situated along the shore. The the Barre net twice. BITS OF INFORMATION whole area has been reserved Superb defensive efforts by In Britain bangs in hair are for the Mad River Canoe Bob Daley, Nell Haywood, and known as fringes. Rally. For further details and to • IIII III IIII III IIIIII III III IIII I I I II obtain registration forms write to Mad RR, er Canoe Inc., PO Box 610, Waitsfield Vermont 05673; or telephoto 802-496-3127. Registratn is $5 for each adult, $3.50 for each child under 16 years of age with a maximum charge of $18 per family. Registration includes camping fees for Saturdayi night and a special T-shirt for every participant. A&W . ARTESIAN WELL CO. • since 1930- BOX 176, Lobmm, 1-802.295-5112 Free ht00mmn ! II JULY 26,1981 .00}NNETICUT VALLEY BRADFORD, , SATES OPEN AT 3 P. M. , 1st OF 7 EVE00 START AT6 P. M. FOR RMIiW.R INFO CALL 603-239,6716 FAIR MIONE t102.222-5735 I I I I I II I Ill I Ill I YES. WE STILL HAVE NEW CARS 1 AND TRUCKS AVAILABLE [ One of the largest new and used car and seJectJon$ Jn the Upper Valley upO4x Valleys first and only automotive supermarket ................ 00are of the ,sl" CASH PAID FOR LATE MODEL USED CARS AND PICKUPS OVER 36 YEARS DEPENDABLE SERVICE Erwln Clifford West Ha€if ore VI 29S.3013 295-3014 E Peanut Perks;' Wdcle( VI 2t13724 Bank rate up to 48 months to Day CLIFFORD'S GARAGE, INC.. LITTLETON i| CITY Route 14, W. Hartford, Vt. TOP TRADE IN Elms win y Pin 00o.m.00h s at Nor-Wa es ., Mor. _NORMAN ROULX not competed enough weeks to Welch No 90 caution li ts t'o win his first , . . . . . gh FAIRLEE--On July 2nd the ' /Jcr.WORTH--The ram get a trophy. Fimshmg fourth The preliminary events feature. Ralph Stygles No. 17 Lake Morey women golfers }]J. July 4 feature at Nor- and getting the third place went as follows first ualifier was second to the line and held an Inter-Club match with ' Pi " q .DO.mes Speedway was won trophy was Butch Burbank. Ed Smith No 33, second Butch Clogston was third. Bob 22 guests and 22 home July 15, 1981-The Journal Opinion-Page 5 • Elms in his No. 6 Ford The Late Model first feature qualifier C.V. Elms, third Rushford grabbed fourth and members competing. Lred coupe. The second was won by Franny Comeau qualifier Albert Clogston No. C.V. Elms was fifth. Participating were players . trophy went to Denny No. 89. Second place went to 01, and consolation Ralph The Late Model feature was from Ammonoosuc C.C. in ?. who finished third Jim Moses No. 44. The third Harlow No. 67. captured by Bob Shepard, Lisbon, Androscoggin C.C. in Pete Dunn, who had place trophy went to Larry The first warm-up for late Franny Comeau came by Shelburne, Wambeck C.C. in models was won by Bob second and Steve Heinz was Jefferson, Bethlehem C.C., SPORTSMEN COUPE Shepard and the second by third, and GorhamC.C. ll,h. HANDICAPPING POINTS Dave Annis. Trophies for the late model Prizes were awarded at a . 6--C.V. Elms ................................... 133 The second feature for cars were given by Roys Auto luncheon following the match t' 33--Ed Smith .................................... 117 Sportsmen Coupe was won by Repair of Wentworth. at the Lake Mercy Inn. .01--Butch Clogston ............................... 110 Norman "Pete" Dunn No. 96 Trophies for the Sportsmen Local players to win awards .41--BunkyAdams ................................ 97 Vt. Dunn fought off several Coupes were given by Bob were: Phyllis Mountl -- 7--BobRushford ................................ 8 challenges from the strong Packard Trucking and longest drive; Mice Clark -- .8--DonDavis ................................... contenders, lay traffic and Lebanon Cruhed Stone. closest to pin; Marge .02--ButchBurbank ................................ 83 Goodhue, Mary Woodward "' "-. 16---Raymond Heath, Sr .......................... 78 1- -rsffi r , and Alice Clark for 2nd low .57Doug Roberts ................................ 77  .ear li-up:dway  net. i mp :: H invites public ELY--YMCA Camp Billings in Ely is celebrating its 781h anniversary this year. Friends and alumni are in- vited to attend a weekend of special events on July 18-19. the ninth running of the Round-The-Lake Marathon 11. No. 14--Bob Adams, So. Royalton, Vt .................. 84 Race at 10 a.m. Saturday, July : ,Welch ................................. 121 12. No. 80--DavidChestnut, WhiteRiverJct.,Vt .......... 79 18th. Visitors may partieipate . .................................. 96 13. No. 77--Stuart Bean, Bradford, Vt .................... 78 only by calling the camp office McQuinn ................................ 95 r Comeau .............................. 90 r Heinz ................................. 88 Gilpatrick .............................. 83 Annis .................................. 75 .................................. 69 Moses ................................... 60 .................................. 52 .............  ................... 45 ancy Maxium .............................. 44 .......................... 36 jgies ............................... 20 .................................. 4 Thoughts on the t-of-Doors by Gary W. Moore RECORD NUMBERS salmon run is now about over on the Con- but the results fulfilled the dreams of so many years. r 5 the personnel monitoring the river had counted This compares very favorably with the 157 year. Coordinator of the Connecticut River Fish Program, reports that as of July 6 30 released above Holyoke and a minimum of 9 above Turners Fails and 7 have been hatcheries that are being used to raise the stock now have 352 salmon. When one it must be remembered that there is a of mortality involved. Salmon are not easily even though the people involved have taken ; some loss. HABITAT CREWS crews are at work now on some of the by the Fish and Game Department. The known as Wildlife Management Areas. by temporary employees under the technicians and biologists who laid )revious year. operations such as timber and firewood sales department to improve habitat• These types are done on a contractual basis and return crews do the non-commercial improvements good habitat, but do not produce money. The and work out of the Rutland, Waterbury from last year were: the apple trees that had been overgrown and restoration of 170 acres of old friends that ', of 22,000 feet of forest and the creation of several clear cuts provide brouse for future years. LAND Conference was held in June The conference is sponsored by the !of Natural Science. came from around the state to hear and, of course, to birdwatch. the Northeast Kingdom to view the trip locations were Fish and Game Areas, Hurricane Brook in Holland, and Wenlock Crossing in Ferdinand. Bill Sladyk, Charles Willey and groups to the state owned personnel and the bird- mutual concerns and to get to Areas are found throughout places to view birds or wildlife. The people to make use of the land so fact that all must take care of our information about the areas are of the Fish and Game NEW LAWS following: injure, destroy or willfully in- lawfully set for the purpose of be put on the ice until November 20 15. The law still requires that the near the entrance. The house before the ice becomes ore the March 15 date. beaver," otter, marten, mink, rac bobcat and muskrat including birds, amphibians tic animals non-resident deer hunters to r as officers could not prove deer. The law was changed was needed to hunt all game I. This greatly increased set the fee for a non- and a non-resident combination 14. No. 36---Ricky Roberts, East Barre, Vt ................ 76 15. No. 21--Scott Spear, Newport, N.H .................... 72 16. No. 7--Bob Rushford, Bradford, Vt ................... 44 17. No. 16---Ray Heath, Warren, N.H ...................... 41 18. No. 15---Reg McLain ................................. 35 19. No. 7--Jr. Towle, Jr., Bradford, Vt ................... 21 20. No. 01--David Smith, White River Jct., Vt ............. 20 21. No. 62--Wally Langiois ............................... 16 22. No. 2--. ............................................. 15 23. No. 5--Bob Packard, Enfield, N.H ................... 23 24. No. 44--Mike Heath .................................. 7 25. No. 42--Bunky Adams, Hartford, Vt ................... 3 STREET DIVISION POINT STANDINGS 1. No. ll--Carroll Porter, E. Corinth, Vt ................. 180 2. No. 1--Ralph Baldwin, Graniteville, Vt ......... : .--.... 151 3. No. 61--Wayne HazieR, Woodsville, N.H .............. 140 4. No. 18--Duncan McKay, E. Barre, Vt ................. 137 5. No. 23---Frank Weigel, White River Jet., Vt ............ 132 6. No. 28--Floyd Jarvis, Jr., Northfield, Vt ............... 119 I 7. No. 01--Thomas Spooner, E. Topsham, Vt ............. 110 8. No. 97--Bradley Phelps, N. Tbetford, Vt ............... 108 9. No. 50--Arnold Stygles, Bradford, Vt .................. 106 10. No. 31--Harry Davidson, Piermont, N.H .............. 105 11• No. 16---Richard Fadden, N• Haverhill, N.H ........... 99 12. No. 17--Jim Morgan, White River Jet., Vt ............. 86 13. No. 24--Alex Hart, Williamstown, Vt .................. 66 14. No. 77--Bruce Towle, Bradford, Vt .................... 05 15. No. 48--Peter Graves, W. Danville, Vt ................. 48 16. No. 69--Dong Boyce, Groton, Vt ....................... 47 17. No. 57--Alex Sutherland, Bath, N.H ................... 48 18. No. 44--Gone Pierson, Jr., E. Corinth, Vt .............. 45 19. No. 75--David Gomo, Websterville, Vt ................ 28 20. No. 34--Richard Simmons, Bradford, Vt .............. 21 20. No. 81--Marshldl Laundry, Jr., Woodsville, N.H ....... 21 20. No 93-l__ndy Hutchinson, E. '12mford, Vt ............ 21 21. No. 71--Bruce Gendron, Waits River, Vt .............. 18 22. No. 29--Richard Pecor, Barre, Vt ..................... 17 23. No. 43--Monty Sweet, E. Corinth, Vt .................. 13 24. No. 29--Roger Pecor, Barre, Vt ............... ........ 11 25. No. 01--Tony Spooner, W. Topsham, Vt ................ 8 26. No. 33--Rene Crete ................................... 3 COUPES July 10, 1981 1st Qualifier 1.80--David Chestnut 2.15--Regg McLain 3.62--Wally Langlois 2nd Qualifier 1.57--Doug Roberts 2.56--Clayton Hatch 3. 1--Orin Howe 4.96--Bob Shepard 3rd Qualifier 1.50--Chuck Frazier 2.54--Chuck Beede 3. 93--Dale Williams 4. 3--Ervine Eastman 1st Consolation 1.21--Scott Spear 2. 2--Willy Race 3.14--Bob Adams 2nd Consolation 1.53--Dan Beede 2.98--Frank Keene 3. 6--C.V. Elms, III Semi-Feature 1.80--David Chestnut 2.62--Wally Langlois 3.54---Chuck Boede 4.93--Dale Williams 5. 1--Orin Howe Feature I. M--Chuck Beede 2.98Frank Keene 3. 3--Ervine Eastman 4. 1--Orin Howe 5.53--Dan Beede 6.50--Chuck Frazier 7. 14--Bob Adams 8. 2--Willy Race 9. 56--Clayton Hatch 10.57--Doug Roberts 11.15--Regg McLain 12.96--Bob Shepard 13.93--Dale Williams 14. 6--C.V. Elms, Ill 15.80--David Chestnut 16.62Wally Langlois 17.21--Scott Spear AL-ANON MEETING ORFORD--A new M-Anon group is meeting Thursdays at 8 p.m. at the Congregational Church in Oxford. AI-Anon is an anonymous support group for relatives and friends of alcoholics. STREETS July 10, 1981 1st Qualifier 1.48--Peter Greaves 2• 71--Bruce Gendron 3• 93---Randy Hutchinson 4.57--Alex Sutherland 2nd Qualifier 1.17--Jim Morgan 2. 16--Richard Fadden 3.01Thomas Spooner 4.77--Bruce Towle 3rd Qualifier I. 50--Arnold Stygles 2.11---Carroll Porter 3. 28--Floyd Jarvis 1st Consolation 1.23--Frank Weigel 2. 18--Duncan McKay 3.97Brad Phelps 4.24--Alex Hart Semi-Feature 1.17--Jim Morgan 2.11--Carroll Porter 3.01--Tom Spooner 4.71--Bruce Gendron 5.16--Richard Fadden 6.48--Peter Greaves 7.93--Randy Hutchinson Feature 1. ll--Carroll Porter 2.18--Duncan McKay 3.16--Richard Fadden 4.97--Brad Phelps 5.28--Floyd Jarvis 6.23--Frank Weigel 7.01--Thomas Spooner 8.31--Harry Davidson 9. 57--Mex Sutherland 10.24--Alex Hart 1 I. 71--Bruce Gendron 12.17--Jim Morgan 13.77--Bruce Towle 14.93Randy Hutchinson 15.50--Arnold Stygles 16.48Peter Greaves MOREY MEETING FAIRLEE--The Lake Morey Protective Association will hold its annual meeting at 4 p.m. July 18 in the Acorn Room at Bonnie Oaks, Lake Mercy. The membership will be asked to ratify a dues in- crease from $13 to $20. 2. J. Parent, 2+q 3. J. Lyman, Dud's 4. P. Cowens, 2+Q 4. J. Slayton, Hobos 4. D. Lynaugh, 2+Q 4. D. Eastman, M.H.L. 8. M. Wonlson, Hobos 9. A. Page, G.N.B. 10. J. Holdeu, Peoples Mkt. Place-Team W I. 2+Q 1o 2. Hobos S 3 2. Tuck Press 9 3 4. Rapid Rubbish 8 4 5. Dud's inc. 6 4 6. Colatlna Exit 7 5 7. Carrier Hammer 8 8 7. Miller High L. 8 8 9. Peoples Mkt. 4 6 1O. Good Neighbor Bk. 2 8 II. Mlth Ryegate 2 l0 12. Stoddard Imple. O 12 8CORE8 Miller H.L. 13 Carr. Ham. 3 Hob 9 Carrier Hamn. 3 Hobos 12 Miller H.L. 9 Tuck Press 7 Stod. Imp. 3 2+Q 9 Stod. Imp. 2 Tuck P. 6 2+Q 5 Rapid Rub. 11 Col. Exit. 5 S. Ryegate 6 Coiatina 5 Rapid Rub. 8 S. Ryegate 5 Make-up Games Starting at 6:30 p.m. Fri., July 24. Dud's, Good Neighbor Bank & Peoples Mkt. at least one day in advance. Other events and programs are planned for the two-day weekend and all friends are R.B.I.'s invited to attend. Buffet 1. S. Blood, Hobos 14 lunches will be available or 2. J. Lyman, Dud's 12 you can bring picnic lunches. 2. J. Parent, 2+Q 12 Everyone planning to attend 4. M. Lewis, 2%Q 11 should notify the camp office 5. R. Hall, Hobos 19 in advance. 5. C. Cookman, S. Rye. 10 5. B. Claflin, Carrier H. 10 5. L. Gadapee, R.R.R. l0 Home Runs Men's dow-piteh J. Parent, 2+Q 2 m]) &fated a, Lyman, Dud's 2 RANDOLPH--The Orange- Team Pitching Windsor County District 8 ¢HitsAllowedPerInning) A.S.A. Men's Slow Pitch I. 2-t-Q 1.01 Softball Tournament for Class 2. Col. Exit 1.34 B teams only will be held the 3. Holms 1.40 weekend of July 18 - 19 in 4. M.H.L. 1.53 Randolph. 5. Dud's 1.55 This will be a double 6.G.N.B. 1.58 elimination tournament with 7. R.R.R. 1.68 the winner going to the state 8. Peoples Mkt. 1.70 tournament on the weekend of 9. Carrier H. 1.71 July 31 in Bristol. If in- 19. TuckPress 1.72 terested, contact Roland ll.S.Ryegate 1.83 Therrien at 728-5804 or 723- 12.Stod. lmple. 1.85 3181, extension 300. All-Star Tournament BRADFOBD--Triangie Babe During the season some 70 League will serveas host youngstet have had a chance to the All Star Baseball District Tournament this weekend for the 13 year olds. This will be the first time that the local league has had a chance to serve as the hes) teams. The games will he hem at the Oxbow High School field in Bradford. See ac- companying schedule for time of each event. The local league is made up of teams from Bradford, Newbury, Topsham-Corinth, Thetford and Woedsville. VERMONT BABE RUTH LEAGUE 1981 DISTRICT 111 13 YEAR OLD TOURNAMENT Schedule Home Team -- Visiting Team Wed., July 15 Lyndenville VS Hardwick Bradford VS Newport Thurs., July 16 Green Mtn. VS Winner Game 1 Loser Game 2 VS Loser Game 1 Fri., July 17 Winner Game 3 VS Winner Game 2 Winner Game 4 VS Loser Game 3 Sat., July 18 Loser Game 5 VS Winner Game 6 Winner Game 5 VS Winner Game 7 Sun., July 19 Loser Game 6 VS Winner Game 8 Played if necessary. to take part in the league activities at the local level and some 400 have been involved at the district level. They have been served locally by William Hodge, president, John Bagonzi, vice president and Bill Thnrber as secretary- treasurer. Interested sports fans are invited and urged to support their local youngsters by attending the games. Refresh- ments will be on sale. 'rime 2:00PM 5:00PM 2:00PM 5:00PM 2:00PM 5:00PM I:00PM 4:00PM 2:00PM French's Achievement Award Competition to be held Saturday, July 18 at 3:00 or following Game 7. Littleton woman enlists in Guard LITTLETON--Anita Santy of Her job will be Company Littleton has enlisted in 195th Clerk in Lebanon. Chemical Company in She was signed up by Wayne Lebanon. Hazlett of Woodsviile, She will attend basic recruiting Sergeant for the training at Fort Jackson, S.C., Lebanon area. and then advanced training at Fort Benjamin Harrison in Indiana. VOLLEYBALL TOURNEY MONTPELIER--Teams are wanted for the second annual Central Vermont Volleyball DUMP MEETING Tournament scheduled July 25 BRADFORD--The Zoning at 10 a.m. at the Montpelier Board of Adjustment will Recreation Field. U.S. decide on a permit for the Volleyball Association rules proposed Limlaw Dump at will apply. Trophies will go to 7:30 p,m. July 22 in the winning teams. For further Bradford Academy information, call (802) 426- auditorium. 3821 or 476-5858. Registration fee $12. 8 GREEN ST. :4 38 15 20 .526 zl 1o 18 .sis Thetford, Bradford Babe Ruth winners 40 14 20 .500 THETFORD--In Babe Ruth David Stever was the 40 11 20 .500 38 10 19 .S00 League tournament action winner for Bradford and Mike 26 9 13 .500 July II, Thetford shut out Fresolone the loser. 39 11 19 .487 Newbury 17-0 and Bradford Winners of the French's 33 3 16 .485 defeated Woodsville9-2. Pennant Award contest were 31 7 15 .484 Ward Malmquist was Chris Baker of Thetford, 13  Thetford's winning pitcher, year-old winner; Bradley tossirig a two-hitter and Hodge of E. Corinth, 14-year- walloping a home run in his old winner; and Ward own cause. Loser was John Malmquist of Thetford, 15- Mad River coeDwy er. year-oldwinner. rally scheduled WAITSFIELD--The Second Mad River Canoe Rally will he held Aug. 1-2, on Kettle Pond at Groton State Forest. The rally will be two fun days of canoe events, lectures, clinics Gm.ft00n tennis tourney is set LITTLETONTho time is required which should be drawing near for the second received hy no later than Aug. annual Grafton County Open 15, only men's singles will be Tennis Tournament. played, the tournament will The tournament this year again be held at Apthorp will be played the weekend of Common and the first match and races. Aug. 28-30, and promises to be will be played at noon Aug. 28. Try out the Mad River just as exciting as last year's. Further information may be Canoe of your dreams; be part There will be a maximum of obtained by calling Steve of a twelve man peddling crew 32 entries, a $7 entry fee is Garfield at (603) 444-3927. in the 29 foot long "war" canoe; see sailing canoes in action; learn about canoe Tri Town ota wins in soccer safety, solo paddling, and BRADFORD--Tri Town David Baker, as well as some what bent shaft paddles can do Toyota of Bradford notched its key saves by goalkeeper Ray for you. fourth win of the season as it Chapin, kept Barre from All are welcome with or breezed past Barre 5-2 in heeomingascoringthreat. without a canoe, but if you Central Vermont League Tri Town'Toyota is now 4-4 bring a canoe, it has to be a soccer action, on the season. The next home Mad River Canoe. Kettle Pond is a beautiful Barry Brant led the Tri- game is on Sunday, July 19th large natural glaciated pon d Town-Toyota attack with at l:00againstBarreTown. three goals, assisted by Tom with lean-tos and tent sites Gray who found the back of situated along the shore. The the Barre net twice. BITS OF INFORMATION whole area has been reserved Superb defensive efforts by In Britain bangs in hair are for the Mad River Canoe Bob Daley, Nell Haywood, and known as fringes. Rally. For further details and to • IIII III IIII III IIIIII III III IIII I I I II obtain registration forms write to Mad RR, er Canoe Inc., PO Box 610, Waitsfield Vermont 05673; or telephoto 802-496-3127. Registratn is $5 for each adult, $3.50 for each child under 16 years of age with a maximum charge of $18 per family. Registration includes camping fees for Saturdayi night and a special T-shirt for every participant. A&W . ARTESIAN WELL CO. • since 1930- BOX 176, Lobmm, 1-802.295-5112 Free ht00mmn ! 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