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July 22, 1981-The Second Opinion-Page 3A 80 census and trends t results from have knocked Washington, are showing D.C. and Cleveland out of the trends with top ten population list of and American cities. San Jose was the fastest growing city in the and San Antonio top 30 cities, with a population Interior Design and Decorating Studio and Workrooms GILBERTE BOGHOSIAN A,III Associate Want to feel good inside! increase of 36.1 percent during the past 10 years. According to the preliminary statistics, the top ten cities in population are New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Houston, Detroit, Dallas, San Diego, Baltimore and San Antohio, but both Philadelphia and Chicago lost population during the 1970s. Nationwide, the average shire--S1,450 (up from $412 in energy bill rose from $315 to 1970), while the nation&apos;s $963 in the 70s. lowest average bill was in The coalition's figures for Washington State at $501 up 1970 are based on U.S. from $242 a decade earlier. Department of Energy data: Variation in the size of the 1980 figures are based on energy bills is due partly to 1978 consumption patterns and the type of fuel used to 1980 prices. The nation's produce energy, a coalition highest average bill was found spokesman pointed out. While to be in New Hamp- New England homes, for Trophies by Insurance Company - also featuring STREET PO?DER PUFF have now started to collect unneeded Interestingly, a recent lamps, antiques, etc. for the Rotary report from the Northeast- DATSUN arship Fall auction. We need what you Coalition, a bipartisan group need. . formed in 1976 to determine the regional impact of SALES AND SERVICE George Karner at 603-747-2761 days for national policies, showed that the gap between household energy bills in the Frostbelt . . __ ll and the Sunbelt is widening. In New England, the -@ ........ . average residential energy bill went from $386 in 1970 to t $1,325 in 1980. In the industrial Da su 280-ZX 2Seater Hatchback Coupe GL Midwest, however, the average bill went from $367. to $1,150. during the same MC NAMARA MOTORS. Inc. & Coupes period, the coalition said. By comparison, in the (603) 298-8737 ILY 24th South, the rise went from $288 to $896 during the 10 year Main St. W. Lebanon, N.H. night at 8 p.m. period and in the west, the IJ LAR CARD figure went from $363 to $676. Mon-Fri 8-8 Sat 3-5 , OF RACING PINE00 SAT. 8:00 p.m. Rain Date ADMISSION: s3.50 Adults sl.O0 ChiM example, are heavily power is cheap and plentiful, dependent on oil, in the Pacific he said. Northwest hydroelectric " THE FINEST SELECTION OF WINE A CHEESE IN THE UPPER CONNECTICUT RIVIR VAI.LEY THE VINTAGE YEARS 80 Ilailroed Street The Village Squere Mall St, Johosbury, Yr. Select Fresh Coffees - Teas - Wine & Cheese Accessories - Gifts COMPARE OUR PRICES ! A lo % OlSCOUNT OM ANY St 0 PUeC#ASZ OI MOlt WIT# XSlS AO - " Limited one od per customer. Offer through October, 1981 -(802) 748-357q BITS OF HITS OF INFORMATION I NFOI{MATION Seven thousand years ago, The construclion of lhe ancient Egyptians bowled SIonchenge required an ('stinlal(,d 1.5 million hours of on alleys similar to our own. 111)Ol. oun OOO,SAn00u,k. Banking lil00l! I Center The Banking Ceniers ill Woodsville 00Toodsv e 'Guaranlg Piermont Monroe eaVlllgS JBank Warren, N.H. MOWROE HOURS: MON & WED 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM FRI 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM er,o SAT 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM CLOSED TUESDAYS & THURSDAYS NOW at Both Ward's Locations! ALL SALES FINAL ON CLEARANCE ITEMS-- NO EXCHANGES OR REFUNDS. " .8 k COUP8" , Vermoi TO GREAT COVERAGE ON AT THE FAIR 24 & 25 & SAT CONN. VALLEYFAIR ZP&3o & THURS 9 AM - NOON BARREL BAZAAR 30 & 31 AUGUST 1st 'S .I:OOPM.ON SAT ALL DAY HAVERHILL FAIR Ill CLUB 111 Central St. Woodsville, N.H. tl YOu Haven't Heard Them Yet, n Make This Your Week To Hear July 25 "Thunder Valley servati0n Call Before 7:00 P.M. 747 - 2505 Or 747 - 2840 INSTANT HOUSING- LIVING ROOM -i I KITCHEN A FT- I DINING AREA OPEN FOR INSPECTION NEW 1981 14 ft. wide mobile home with shingled roof, fully furnished, colonial decor, extra insulation in sidewalls & roof, large H-W-H & lots more. Full price $14,999. $2,140 down, monthly payments of $207.05 for 15 years w- FHA 18 per cent finance. OPEN 7 days a week 9 to 7 p.m. Park space available. Exclusively Offered by Benton Road Mobile Homes OFF SYKES AVE. Financing WHITE RIVER JCT., VT. Trade-ins Available 802.295-7104 welcome sale! 69" SERTA FULL SIZE .Hm g328- Re0"   01" Queen,ldze Hide-a-Bl Route 302 Lisbon Road w,,o:= 444-2033 Itw rote 'TU m , M&4.O Littleton, N.H. SOy. OFF summertime BLAZERS regular $39 to $75 light- weight bkzers, some lined, sotk:Ts, plaids, stripes. Sizes 8 to 18 ond 5 to 15. 305.405 50% OFF super collection FASHION SLACKS t-ons. belte<:ls, fly fronts more in Deauflfut fashion .rics and colors. Sizes 8 to and 5 to 15. 30.x. to 50% OFF our super collection FASHION SKIRTS $16 to $37 skirts str pes, borders, 1 s-m-I. 30"/.-40 50% OFF our entire selection SUMMER DRESSES Our regular $16 rrdssle sizes 8 to 18,j sizes 12'h to 22Y. GUNNE SAX NOT INCLUDED. 30% to 50% OFF our entire collection SWIMWEAR Pick your favorite style Len, Rose Marie Speedo, Cole of Calif., Maider form. and more. 30% to 50% OFF coot and mfOrtoble TOPSBLOUSES up an armful of 30%-40%. 50% OFF famous name brands SPORTSWEAR ;oordinates by Fire Islander. Devon, Bobby Brookes, Saga- more Way, and more 30%-40%. 50% OFF cool for summer SHORTS GALORE Pick your length! Bermuda, ort/shorts, jeanstyle, mid- length and more. Size B to 18 and s-m-I, ALL SALES FINAL ON CLEARANCE ITEMS. NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES iii I I I I i SHOE CLEARANCE save 50% Ladies dress shoes in both spring and summer styles. Buy I pair or I00 pair at ˝ price! Reg $10 to0032 sale $5 to $16 Super savings on pumps, sandals, slides, and sling-backs. Truly a CLEARANCE of broken sizes, inactive styles, or styles dropped by manufac- turer. Plenty of sizes available but batter hurryl , save to 60% High quality A.A.U. sport shoes in four styles, and four color combinations. Reg. $28 to sale $9 to $13 We specially purchased these performance weight, nylon and leather shoes with shock absorbant insole and heel. This is a tremendous savings on a quality shoe, so don't waitl TWO €OINERIIIT SlIOPPII| Main Street Main Street HANOVER, N.H. BRADFORD, VT. Phone 643-3109 Phone 222-9012 Open dally 9 to 5 Open dally 9 ta 5, Fri. 'til 8 p.m. July 22, 1981-The Second Opinion-Page 3A 80 census and trends t results from have knocked Washington, are showing D.C. and Cleveland out of the trends with top ten population list of and American cities. San Jose was the fastest growing city in the and San Antonio top 30 cities, with a population Interior Design and Decorating Studio and Workrooms GILBERTE BOGHOSIAN A,III Associate Want to feel good inside! increase of 36.1 percent during the past 10 years. According to the preliminary statistics, the top ten cities in population are New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Houston, Detroit, Dallas, San Diego, Baltimore and San Antohio, but both Philadelphia and Chicago lost population during the 1970s. Nationwide, the average shire--S1,450 (up from $412 in energy bill rose from $315 to 1970), while the nation's $963 in the 70s. lowest average bill was in The coalition's figures for Washington State at $501 up 1970 are based on U.S. from $242 a decade earlier. Department of Energy data: Variation in the size of the 1980 figures are based on energy bills is due partly to 1978 consumption patterns and the type of fuel used to 1980 prices. The nation's produce energy, a coalition highest average bill was found spokesman pointed out. While to be in New Hamp- New England homes, for Trophies by Insurance Company - also featuring STREET PO?DER PUFF have now started to collect unneeded Interestingly, a recent lamps, antiques, etc. for the Rotary report from the Northeast- DATSUN arship Fall auction. We need what you Coalition, a bipartisan group need. . formed in 1976 to determine the regional impact of SALES AND SERVICE George Karner at 603-747-2761 days for national policies, showed that the gap between household energy bills in the Frostbelt . . __ ll and the Sunbelt is widening. In New England, the -@ ........ . average residential energy bill went from $386 in 1970 to t $1,325 in 1980. In the industrial Da su 280-ZX 2Seater Hatchback Coupe GL Midwest, however, the average bill went from $367. to $1,150. during the same MC NAMARA MOTORS. Inc. & Coupes period, the coalition said. By comparison, in the (603) 298-8737 ILY 24th South, the rise went from $288 to $896 during the 10 year Main St. W. Lebanon, N.H. night at 8 p.m. period and in the west, the IJ LAR CARD figure went from $363 to $676. Mon-Fri 8-8 Sat 3-5 , OF RACING PINE00 SAT. 8:00 p.m. Rain Date ADMISSION: s3.50 Adults sl.O0 ChiM example, are heavily power is cheap and plentiful, dependent on oil, in the Pacific he said. Northwest hydroelectric " THE FINEST SELECTION OF WINE A CHEESE IN THE UPPER CONNECTICUT RIVIR VAI.LEY THE VINTAGE YEARS 80 Ilailroed Street The Village Squere Mall St, Johosbury, Yr. Select Fresh Coffees - Teas - Wine & Cheese Accessories - Gifts COMPARE OUR PRICES ! A lo % OlSCOUNT OM ANY St 0 PUeC#ASZ OI MOlt WIT# XSlS AO - " Limited one od per customer. Offer through October, 1981 -(802) 748-357q BITS OF HITS OF INFORMATION I NFOI{MATION Seven thousand years ago, The construclion of lhe ancient Egyptians bowled SIonchenge required an ('stinlal(,d 1.5 million hours of on alleys similar to our own. 111)Ol. oun OOO,SAn00u,k. Banking lil00l! I Center The Banking Ceniers ill Woodsville 00Toodsv e 'Guaranlg Piermont Monroe eaVlllgS JBank Warren, N.H. MOWROE HOURS: MON & WED 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM FRI 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM er,o SAT 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM CLOSED TUESDAYS & THURSDAYS NOW at Both Ward's Locations! ALL SALES FINAL ON CLEARANCE ITEMS-- NO EXCHANGES OR REFUNDS. " .8 k COUP8" , Vermoi TO GREAT COVERAGE ON AT THE FAIR 24 & 25 & SAT CONN. VALLEYFAIR ZP&3o & THURS 9 AM - NOON BARREL BAZAAR 30 & 31 AUGUST 1st 'S .I:OOPM.ON SAT ALL DAY HAVERHILL FAIR Ill CLUB 111 Central St. Woodsville, N.H. tl YOu Haven't Heard Them Yet, n Make This Your Week To Hear July 25 "Thunder Valley servati0n Call Before 7:00 P.M. 747 - 2505 Or 747 - 2840 INSTANT HOUSING- LIVING ROOM -i I KITCHEN A FT- I DINING AREA OPEN FOR INSPECTION NEW 1981 14 ft. wide mobile home with shingled roof, fully furnished, colonial decor, extra insulation in sidewalls & roof, large H-W-H & lots more. Full price $14,999. $2,140 down, monthly payments of $207.05 for 15 years w- FHA 18 per cent finance. OPEN 7 days a week 9 to 7 p.m. Park space available. Exclusively Offered by Benton Road Mobile Homes OFF SYKES AVE. Financing WHITE RIVER JCT., VT. Trade-ins Available 802.295-7104 welcome sale! 69" SERTA FULL SIZE .Hm g328- Re0"   01" Queen,ldze Hide-a-Bl Route 302 Lisbon Road w,,o:= 444-2033 Itw rote 'TU m , M&4.O Littleton, N.H. SOy. OFF summertime BLAZERS regular $39 to $75 light- weight bkzers, some lined, sotk:Ts, plaids, stripes. Sizes 8 to 18 ond 5 to 15. 305.405 50% OFF super collection FASHION SLACKS t-ons. belte<:ls, fly fronts more in Deauflfut fashion .rics and colors. Sizes 8 to and 5 to 15. 30.x. to 50% OFF our super collection FASHION SKIRTS $16 to $37 skirts str pes, borders, 1 s-m-I. 30"/.-40 50% OFF our entire selection SUMMER DRESSES Our regular $16 rrdssle sizes 8 to 18,j sizes 12'h to 22Y. GUNNE SAX NOT INCLUDED. 30% to 50% OFF our entire collection SWIMWEAR Pick your favorite style Len, Rose Marie Speedo, Cole of Calif., Maider form. and more. 30% to 50% OFF coot and mfOrtoble TOPSBLOUSES up an armful of 30%-40%. 50% OFF famous name brands SPORTSWEAR ;oordinates by Fire Islander. Devon, Bobby Brookes, Saga- more Way, and more 30%-40%. 50% OFF cool for summer SHORTS GALORE Pick your length! Bermuda, ort/shorts, jeanstyle, mid- length and more. Size B to 18 and s-m-I, ALL SALES FINAL ON CLEARANCE ITEMS. NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES iii I I I I i SHOE CLEARANCE save 50% Ladies dress shoes in both spring and summer styles. Buy I pair or I00 pair at ˝ price! Reg $10 to0032 sale $5 to $16 Super savings on pumps, sandals, slides, and sling-backs. Truly a CLEARANCE of broken sizes, inactive styles, or styles dropped by manufac- turer. Plenty of sizes available but batter hurryl , save to 60% High quality A.A.U. sport shoes in four styles, and four color combinations. Reg. $28 to sale $9 to $13 We specially purchased these performance weight, nylon and leather shoes with shock absorbant insole and heel. This is a tremendous savings on a quality shoe, so don't waitl TWO €OINERIIIT SlIOPPII| Main Street Main Street HANOVER, N.H. BRADFORD, VT. Phone 643-3109 Phone 222-9012 Open dally 9 to 5 Open dally 9 ta 5, Fri. 'til 8 p.m.