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.- July 29, 1981-The Journal Opinion-Page 5 Thoughts on the  ut-of-Door$ by Gary W. Moore ".._ ...... / DEER HERD CONTROVERSY CONTINUES fought over question of who should control the herd appears to be far from settled. As I ex- last week's column, the Administrative Rules to the action of department's recommendation oF. action on the season July I after the Rules Committee that day and receiving its came two weeks later that said the had held another meeting and voted to object to that the intent of the legislature was not and that the season should be changed in Zone F. the Board were taken by surprise as they was settled after the July 1 meeting. A was called last Thursday to discuss the now meeting less than twenty-four hours Was unable to get out of work and thus can only ppened. the Attorney General's Office was present to oPinion on the charges in the letter from the Rules Committee. He said, "I disagree with and I feel the Board would be on safe The statute clearly says in many places adopt rules. It indicates that the intent of is that the department recommends and the ! Palmsan was not happy and said, "I can't it. The committee voted unanimously for our the Board voted on it. I'm really concerned. is that they approved our first vote." wondered what had occurred in the two and the letter of objection. to change its mind will hopefully When Palmsan meets with the members on nted out at the meeting that the committee had hen the Board drastically altered the number in the first season. If you remember, the cut in half in the northern half of the is over a very small number in one had wanted to harvest about 400 an- ofF. is anyone's guess. The members of the did not change their vote and Palmsan will tive Rules Committee. HIRE INTRODUCES S.P.O.R.T. joined other fish and wildlife agencies its own ethics program for outdoor Patterned after effective programs in and Missouri, New Hampshire's is aimed at developing positive at- behavior on the part of all sportsmen. Director, Charles E. Barry in- to the hunter safety instructors at their 0n June 14. stands for Sportsmen Protecting Our Individuals in the program agree to a practices. t good example by personal conduct. unwritten conservation laws. nd private property. With other sportsmen, preserving our outdoor I I Wells Rwer Softball League TOP 10 HII"rERS (Minimum 24 at bat) PI.--Piayer--Team AB R H BA 1. C. Jorgensen, G.N.B. 51 14 28 .549 2. J. Parent, 2+Q 52 28 27 .517 3. J. Lyman, Dud's 48 14 24 .500 3. D. Lynaugh, 2+Q 52 15 28 .500 3. J. Slayton, Hobos 50 13 25 .500 6. B. Spencer, G.N.B. 40 7 19 .475 7. D. Eastman, M.H.L. 34 11 16 .471 8. A. Page, G.N.B. 52 5 24 .462 9. R. Poulin, R.R.R. 37 6 17 .459 10. P. Cowens, 2+Q 55 18 25 .455 STANDINGS G.N.B. 16 S.I. 6 Place--Team W L R.R.R. 6 M.H.L. 0 1. Hobos 13 3 Dud's5 R.R.R. 1 1.2+Q Lounge 13 3 Dud's 3 M.H.L. 2 3. Dud's 11 5 p. Mkt. 5 C. Exit4 3. Rap. Rub. R. 11 5 p. Mkt. 7 Tuck P. 5 C. Exit 4 Tuck P. 3 5. Col. Exit 9 7 2+Q 10 So. Rye. 1 5. Tuck Press 9 7 C.H. 15 So. Rye. 0 7. Carrier Hammer 8 8 2+Q 11 C.H. 0 9. Miller High Life 7 9 Dud's 18 G.N.B. 2 9. Peoples Mkt. 7 9 G.N.B. 7 P. Mkt. 3 10. Good Neigh 5 11 Dud's 11 P. Mkt. 4 11. So. Ryegate 2 14 12. Stoddard Imp. 1 15 R.B.I.'S 1. S. Blood, Hobos SCORES 1. J. Parent, 2+Q Hobos 11 G.N.B. 4 3. J. Lyman, Dud's Hobos7 S.I. 0 3. B. Spencer, G.N.B. 5. L. Gadapee, R.R.R. BRADFORD--"Siiver Annie" took Cliff and Esther French of Bradford on a 430-mile trip to Buick meet with no need to "Get Out and Get Under." Silver Annie takes trip BRADFORD--Cliff and prizes ranging from $3 to $50 Esther French drove "Silver Annie" to Vernon, Conn., July 17 for an Eastern National Buick Meet. With headquarters in the Quality Inn, they were joined by about 125 other Buicks ranging in age from 1911 to 1965. Saturday, July 18, was the day of the big show with a large area of Buick flea market parts and 125 Buicks on display. A banquet was held at the gift certificates were given out. Sunday, the Frenches left about noon and drove to E. Granby, Conn., to a Con- necticut Valley Region Meet attended by 75 old cars and 175 people. They also visited the old Newgate Prison and went down in the old copper mine where prisoners were chained to the floor -- very inhumane by todays standards. They spent Sunday evening with friends in Windsor Locks, is to stamp out the "outdoor slob" inn Saturday evening after returning home July 20 in the Sportsmen a black eye. Individuals should write which awards were presented rain. a free packet of material, The:addreaa, in 2.q[ase,)9)g,Long They traveled 430 miles on S.P.O.R.T. Program, N.H. Fish and DistanCe,.iard;bijc and thetrtpwithno 34 Bridge Street, Concord, N.H. 03301. nest of Show. Abodt 30 door Y write for the film or slide now furnished by the and obtain materials for the entire club. , HONORS WALSKI New Hampshire House of Representatives No. 42 recognizing the contribution Walski to the Restoration of the wild State. PARTING SHOTS I was on leave from my regular job and the Vermont State Police. The Ring for a fisherman as long hours are at being able to fish. Watch a loon for about fifteen minutes as it in the south end of Newark Pond. The about 100 feet from my boat and did not my presence. I got a good long look my binoculars and for once I forgot to feel mat I couldn't fish. edge of Bald Hill Pond and surprised a little ducklings. The mother promptly water followed by the eleven little paddled off in single file. LOcal 4-Wheel Drive Pull Oldies by Woodsylie Guaranty Savings Bank 450O POUND CLASS he bolt Vt. Vt. rd, Vt. 5500 POUND CLASS the bolt Vt. Vt. Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl game is set H A N 0 V E R--" I c an' t colorful units. The parade will step off at 11:30 a.m. and will remember the score of the game in which I played, but I will never forget the smile of a small child in the Shriners' Hospital." That is a common saying among former Shrine football players who now total more than 1,50. And in just three weeks, 66 more of the finest high school football players of New Hampshire and Vermont will join those who have gone before them since 1954 in helping the Shrine Cause where "strong legs run so that weak legs may someday Valley Fai w...,, ut r The 28th Annual Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl will be played on Dartmouth's Memorial Field Saturday, Aug. 8, before a crowd over 18,000. With a month to go before the summer classic is played, over 7000 tickets have already been sold. The New Hampshire Shrine team will be coached by Trinity's Jack Gati and the Vermont Shrine Team headed by Darrell Sawyer of Brat- tleboro are scheduled to start formal practice July 28, at the University of New Hampshire and Norwich University. Both teams will go through double and sometimes triple practice sessions in preparation for the annual Bowl Game.. The annual series now stands at 15-10-2 in favor of the Granite State. The Ver- monters last year posted a 9-7 victory. Several hundred former Shrine football players are : " expected to he on hand for this year s Bowl Game and they Billy" pulls the load to win in his will he watching their coun- terparts of 1981 battle it out on Memorial Field. Some of the former players have volun- teered to he of service as ushers, ticket takers, program sellers and parade marshals while others with their families will be watching from  ,  the stands. The 2:30 p.m. kick-off will be proceded once again by a spectacular parade through the streets of Hanover and will feature some 4,000 marchers. of the4-Wheel Drive Pull, In addition to units from 12 are from left, Bill ,,Bronco llilly" Shrine Temples there will be DUnneil, second; Keith Merclmnd, high school bands, cheerleaders, floats and other follow the route from Hanover High School to Mary Hit- cheock Memorial Hospital and hack to Memorial Stadium. The parade will be led by Govs. Hugh Gailen of New Hampshire and Richard Shelling of Vermont. The Grand Marshal for the 1981 Bowl Game parade will be Chief Roland Lee of the Hanover police Department, who, according to General Chairman Donald C. Berwick, has been a long time friend and active supporter of the Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl. The Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl is sponsored by Bektash Temple of Concord. N. H.; Mt. Sinai Temple of Montpelier, Vt., and Cairo Temple of Rutland, Vt. In its 27 year history the Bowl Game has raised over $1.3 million for the Shriners' Hospitals for Crippled and Burned Children. General Admission tickets for the summer classic are now on sale at more than 300 outlets throughout the two states. General Admission tickets are priced at $5 if purchased at one of these outlets. On Game Day they wilt be $6. All reserve seats priced at $7.00 can be obtained by the Shrine Football Office, Foundry St., Lebanon, N. H. 03766 or by calling (603) 448- 1042. HOMEMAKERS The program for S Ryegate-Groton Homemakers Aug. 5 at 1:30 p.m. will be "Learn to Listen" with Winnie Frost as leader at Maydene BOne's. TASKER'S WELL We Need Your Businesd Our Business Is Going In The Hole. M2-5581 Northwood, N.H. RACING ACTION--Ralph Harlow in No. 67 receives checkers from Chief Starter Wayne Weeks at Nor-Way Pines Speedway. i Sports ) N. Haverhill race is set N. HAVERHILL--The Third at 9 a.m. the day of the race. Annual North Haverhill Road The registration fee will be $1. Race will be held Sunday, Prizes will be awarded to Aug. 2, at 10 a.m. at the N. the top finishers. The course is Haverhill Fairgrounds during 4.5 miles. the North Haverhill Fair. For further information, Registration will take place call Rob Hurlbutt at 764-5874. Women's softball tourney slated RANDOLPH--The Women's 5294. Slow Pitch Invitational SoL Games will be held behind tball Tournament will be Randolph Union High School. sponsored by the Central Four games at a time can be Vermont Women's Softball played. League Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 1-2. Entry fee is $40 per team Elms, Larry Welch andthedeadlineforentriesis noon Wednesday, July 29. llANDICAPPED MEET tO The double elimination BRADFORD--The Upper tournament will be played Valley Association for Hun- under American Softball dicapped Citizens will meet at Nor Way Pines at ,:,0 p.m. Aug. 3 at the Life 17 Wl -- Association rules with 7-inning Skills Center in the old 17 games. 15 by NORMAN R.ROULX the mid-season track prepared for the last half of Trophies will be awarded to agriculture building behind 15 It was the usual exciting "championship. the season. Some car builders 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place teams, the Bradford Academy. For For more information, call more information, call Juiie 13 night of trophy auto racing at Two. new coupes were are now preparing for the 1982 Sue Butterfield at (802) 234- Marshat (802) 222-9028. Nor-WayPines. registered this week, Royal season. Twenty-two Sportsmen Moses No. 00 and Wally At this week's pit meeting,  Coupes and 12 Hobby Cars Langlois No. 62. We hear drivers and management will -- ...... " .... - - --- -1 were on hand to compete for every week of new cars being talk about the multiplication I A U(II I D C U DP.I:ItlrV II of points at the end of the I L-v ||VU|I hllah|ll--|l]tl TM season by the number of [ Bear Ridge Speedway [ weeks the driver has com-I MENTAL HEALTH SERVICE ! * peted at the speedway. It has  been planned from the beginning of the season to| Orange County Mental Health i multiply. This rule was tel .., .... ............ I COUPES STREETS benefit the regular ivers at i lULL rK|| 1-00'622-4244 I _I.lv 9d lqR July 24, 1981 lstQualifier ,stquanner the speedway. A decmmn wdl  _- _ -_ _-_- _- --- _- _ 1.15--Regg McLain 1.29--Richard Pecor be made by the drivers in each 2.62 Willy Langlois 2.93--Randy Hutchinson division at the coming week's 3.21 Scott Spear 3.48---Peter Greaves pit meeting. 2nd Qualifier 4.49--Nell Hayward The Aug. 1 meet will begin 1. 56--Clayton Hatch 2ndQualifler with kiddie rides from 6:30- 2. 1--Orin Howe 1.17--Jim Morgan 7:00 p.m. 3.96--Bob Shepard 2.16--Richard Fadden The mi, dseason track 4.14--BOb Adams 3.77--Bruce Towle champ(onship was won by 3rdQualifier 4. 24--Alex Hart C.V. Elms in No. 6. Willy 1.54--ChuckBeede 3rdQualifier Langlois was second by the 15% OFF 2.50--Chuck Frazier 1.61 Wayne Hazlett flag. Bob Rnshford placed 3. 6--C.V. Elms Ill 2. 18--Duncan McKay third and Ed Smith fourth. 4.53--Dan Beede 3.28--Floyd Jarvis Because it was Wally's first STS ONLY 1st Consolation 4. ll--Carroll Porter week at the speedway he could 1. 3--ErvineEastman lstConsolation not qualify for a trophy. STARTING AT 2.98--Frank Keene 1. 1 Ralph Baldwin Therefore, Rushford obtained k 3.93 Dale Williams 2.69 Doug Boyce the second place trophy and  ,,tl,k,, 4.36--aicky Roberts 3.23--Frank Wegel Ed Smith received the third Extra firm queen size Semi-Feat-re 4.01--Tom Spooner place trophy.  b.edding by Eclipse 1.15--Regg McLain Semi-Feature The hobby class trophy race 2.56--Clayton Hatch 1.16--Richard Fadden was won by Larry Welch No. 3.54--Chuck Beede 2.61--Wayne Hazlett 90. Second place went to Steve REG '3299s set... NOW '199" mt 4.62--Wally Langlois 3.77--Bruce Towle Heinz No. 05 and third went to 5. 10rin Howe 4.28--Floyd Jarvis Dave Annis No. 15. 6. 6--C.V. ElmsIII 5.48--PeterGreaves This week's racing was Hale Fumituze 7.96-Bob Shepard 6.93--Randy Hutchinson marred by the more than 8.21 Scott Spear 7.17 Jim Morgan usual rough riding. Several ,-, " Feature 8.18 Duncan McKay machines were taken out by !..54 Chuck eec)e 9.29--Richard Pecor pilot error. That all important I 3. 3--Ervine Eastman .1. i-,-Ralph Baldwin ..... of p6rtsmensh|p and repect . 4. 6--C.V. Elms lII 2. 61--Wayne Hazlett for the other guy. 5. 56--Clayton Hatch 3.18---Duncan McKay The speedway has a great 6.53--Dan Beede 4.28--Floyd Jarvis field of cars and a good 7.15--Regg McLain 5. 16--Richard Fadden spectator following. One thing 8.93--DaleWilliams 6.24--Alex Hart that must be stressed is the 9.14--Bob Adams - 7. 23--Frank Wegel ever important, "a good time 10. l----tin Howe 8.57--Alex Sutherland was had by all" atmosphere 11.16--RaymondHeath 9. 31--HarryDavidson that Nor-Way Pines has had I..J 12.3--Ricky Roberts 10. 17--Jim Morgan thelast few seasons, m Streets & Couneg 13.21--Scott Spear ll.ll--Carroll Porter Spectators at the speedway ---- r-- 1498-Frank00eene l00900-Randy.utchinso, have formed a rep.tation of JULY 31St 15.96--BobShepard 13.48--PeterGreaves being well behaved and for ......... 14.01--TomSpooner this reason families have L.J ' fl|[ ag  p.m. 15.77--BruceTowle enjoyed coming to the 16.49--Nell Hayward speedway. [] REGULAR CARD 17.29--Richard Pecor [] OF RACING [] Trophies by , -.,.  Valley All.Stars  Cassidy Insurance Company [] [] also featuring win two games u Following are the members of the Connecticut Valley Little League All-Star Team: lg GO-CART RACING CRUNCH!!--Cars are demolished in Demolition Mark Crossley, Thetford; [] Derby. Bobby Davis, Fairlee; David Gritsavage, Thetford: Andy  ADMISSION: Handlesman. Orford; .AIN DATE SAT. 8:00 p.m. . Small.business angle, Shannon Hart, Thefford; Jade liCgltemate Rain Date '3.50 Adults Huntington, Bradford: T. J. continuedfrom page4) Jacobs. Newbury; Michael 1"7 on encourage the'continuation of a strong, competitive in- Norman. Thetford: Todd [] 7:30 dependent business sector. Pierson, Fairlee. David [] Sweet, West Fairlee: Dean [] A recent survey of urban areas conducted by the Na- Thompson, Orford: Frank /"3 tional Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) re- Thurston, Thetford: Michael m," veiled that a substantial number of business people re- Vaughan. Thetford; Scott I in the northeastern part of the Woodward. Orford: and Larry sponding--particularly country--either inherited or purchased the company Hart and Walter Crossley of L3 from a member of the family. Urban areas, such as those Thetford are coaches. II The Connecticut Valley .[] in the northeast, are already facing severe drains on team defeated Newport 0-7 resources and the negative impact of death taxes on July 15 and Lyndonville 6-2 _,. small, indeiiendent businesses will add to the problems July 20 in games at St. I "Mll  t C)g '' there and elsewhere in the country. Johnsbury.  = "Bradford, Vermont'i- Analysis of the revenues raised by estate taxes and the economic harm being don. to the labor-intensive small- business community suggcsts that the death tax shuld be YES. WE STILL HAVE NEW CARS abolished and the relative small number of tax dollars lost be raised by aitcrnate means. AND TRUCKS AVAILABLE Wilson S. Johnson is president of the National Federa- One of the largest lion of Independent Business, representing more than new and used car and truck selections in the Upper Valley haifa million small-business men and women.  UDDer Valleys first and only automotive supermarket, e,,,, c,,,a - West Hartford. VI! ,301 $ 15.3014 E. Pollnu! Pz, rke W;lder Vt" .WBARU "" Bank rate up to months "Ho o| tO oaY CASH PAID FOR LATE MODEL USED CARS AND PICKUPS OVER 36 YEARS DEPENDABLE SERVICE CLIFFORD'S GARAGE, INC. 444--8K )DGE CiTY Route 14, W. Hartford, Vt. TOP TRADE IN 8 GREEN ST. LITTLE'TON .- July 29, 1981-The Journal Opinion-Page 5 Thoughts on the  ut-of-Door$ by Gary W. Moore ".._ ...... / DEER HERD CONTROVERSY CONTINUES fought over question of who should control the herd appears to be far from settled. As I ex- last week's column, the Administrative Rules to the action of department's recommendation oF. action on the season July I after the Rules Committee that day and receiving its came two weeks later that said the had held another meeting and voted to object to that the intent of the legislature was not and that the season should be changed in Zone F. the Board were taken by surprise as they was settled after the July 1 meeting. A was called last Thursday to discuss the now meeting less than twenty-four hours Was unable to get out of work and thus can only ppened. the Attorney General's Office was present to oPinion on the charges in the letter from the Rules Committee. He said, "I disagree with and I feel the Board would be on safe The statute clearly says in many places adopt rules. It indicates that the intent of is that the department recommends and the ! Palmsan was not happy and said, "I can't it. The committee voted unanimously for our the Board voted on it. I'm really concerned. is that they approved our first vote." wondered what had occurred in the two and the letter of objection. to change its mind will hopefully When Palmsan meets with the members on nted out at the meeting that the committee had hen the Board drastically altered the number in the first season. If you remember, the cut in half in the northern half of the is over a very small number in one had wanted to harvest about 400 an- ofF. is anyone's guess. The members of the did not change their vote and Palmsan will tive Rules Committee. HIRE INTRODUCES S.P.O.R.T. joined other fish and wildlife agencies its own ethics program for outdoor Patterned after effective programs in and Missouri, New Hampshire's is aimed at developing positive at- behavior on the part of all sportsmen. Director, Charles E. Barry in- to the hunter safety instructors at their 0n June 14. stands for Sportsmen Protecting Our Individuals in the program agree to a practices. t good example by personal conduct. unwritten conservation laws. nd private property. With other sportsmen, preserving our outdoor I I Wells Rwer Softball League TOP 10 HII"rERS (Minimum 24 at bat) PI.--Piayer--Team AB R H BA 1. C. Jorgensen, G.N.B. 51 14 28 .549 2. J. Parent, 2+Q 52 28 27 .517 3. J. Lyman, Dud's 48 14 24 .500 3. D. Lynaugh, 2+Q 52 15 28 .500 3. J. Slayton, Hobos 50 13 25 .500 6. B. Spencer, G.N.B. 40 7 19 .475 7. D. Eastman, M.H.L. 34 11 16 .471 8. A. Page, G.N.B. 52 5 24 .462 9. R. Poulin, R.R.R. 37 6 17 .459 10. P. Cowens, 2+Q 55 18 25 .455 STANDINGS G.N.B. 16 S.I. 6 Place--Team W L R.R.R. 6 M.H.L. 0 1. Hobos 13 3 Dud's5 R.R.R. 1 1.2+Q Lounge 13 3 Dud's 3 M.H.L. 2 3. Dud's 11 5 p. Mkt. 5 C. Exit4 3. Rap. Rub. R. 11 5 p. Mkt. 7 Tuck P. 5 C. Exit 4 Tuck P. 3 5. Col. Exit 9 7 2+Q 10 So. Rye. 1 5. Tuck Press 9 7 C.H. 15 So. Rye. 0 7. Carrier Hammer 8 8 2+Q 11 C.H. 0 9. Miller High Life 7 9 Dud's 18 G.N.B. 2 9. Peoples Mkt. 7 9 G.N.B. 7 P. Mkt. 3 10. Good Neigh 5 11 Dud's 11 P. Mkt. 4 11. So. Ryegate 2 14 12. Stoddard Imp. 1 15 R.B.I.'S 1. S. Blood, Hobos SCORES 1. J. Parent, 2+Q Hobos 11 G.N.B. 4 3. J. Lyman, Dud's Hobos7 S.I. 0 3. B. Spencer, G.N.B. 5. L. Gadapee, R.R.R. BRADFORD--"Siiver Annie" took Cliff and Esther French of Bradford on a 430-mile trip to Buick meet with no need to "Get Out and Get Under." Silver Annie takes trip BRADFORD--Cliff and prizes ranging from $3 to $50 Esther French drove "Silver Annie" to Vernon, Conn., July 17 for an Eastern National Buick Meet. With headquarters in the Quality Inn, they were joined by about 125 other Buicks ranging in age from 1911 to 1965. Saturday, July 18, was the day of the big show with a large area of Buick flea market parts and 125 Buicks on display. A banquet was held at the gift certificates were given out. Sunday, the Frenches left about noon and drove to E. Granby, Conn., to a Con- necticut Valley Region Meet attended by 75 old cars and 175 people. They also visited the old Newgate Prison and went down in the old copper mine where prisoners were chained to the floor -- very inhumane by todays standards. They spent Sunday evening with friends in Windsor Locks, is to stamp out the "outdoor slob" inn Saturday evening after returning home July 20 in the Sportsmen a black eye. Individuals should write which awards were presented rain. a free packet of material, The:addreaa, in 2.q[ase,)9)g,Long They traveled 430 miles on S.P.O.R.T. Program, N.H. Fish and DistanCe,.iard;bijc and thetrtpwithno 34 Bridge Street, Concord, N.H. 03301. nest of Show. Abodt 30 door Y write for the film or slide now furnished by the and obtain materials for the entire club. , HONORS WALSKI New Hampshire House of Representatives No. 42 recognizing the contribution Walski to the Restoration of the wild State. PARTING SHOTS I was on leave from my regular job and the Vermont State Police. The Ring for a fisherman as long hours are at being able to fish. Watch a loon for about fifteen minutes as it in the south end of Newark Pond. The about 100 feet from my boat and did not my presence. I got a good long look my binoculars and for once I forgot to feel mat I couldn't fish. edge of Bald Hill Pond and surprised a little ducklings. The mother promptly water followed by the eleven little paddled off in single file. LOcal 4-Wheel Drive Pull Oldies by Woodsylie Guaranty Savings Bank 450O POUND CLASS he bolt Vt. Vt. rd, Vt. 5500 POUND CLASS the bolt Vt. Vt. Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl game is set H A N 0 V E R--" I c a n' t colorful units. The parade will step off at 11:30 a.m. and will remember the score of the game in which I played, but I will never forget the smile of a small child in the Shriners' Hospital." That is a common saying among former Shrine football players who now total more than 1,50. And in just three weeks, 66 more of the finest high school football players of New Hampshire and Vermont will join those who have gone before them since 1954 in helping the Shrine Cause where "strong legs run so that weak legs may someday Valley Fai w...,, ut r The 28th Annual Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl will be played on Dartmouth's Memorial Field Saturday, Aug. 8, before a crowd over 18,000. With a month to go before the summer classic is played, over 7000 tickets have already been sold. The New Hampshire Shrine team will be coached by Trinity's Jack Gati and the Vermont Shrine Team headed by Darrell Sawyer of Brat- tleboro are scheduled to start formal practice July 28, at the University of New Hampshire and Norwich University. Both teams will go through double and sometimes triple practice sessions in preparation for the annual Bowl Game.. The annual series now stands at 15-10-2 in favor of the Granite State. The Ver- monters last year posted a 9-7 victory. Several hundred former Shrine football players are : " expected to he on hand for this year s Bowl Game and they Billy" pulls the load to win in his will he watching their coun- terparts of 1981 battle it out on Memorial Field. Some of the former players have volun- teered to he of service as ushers, ticket takers, program sellers and parade marshals while others with their families will be watching from  ,  the stands. The 2:30 p.m. kick-off will be proceded once again by a spectacular parade through the streets of Hanover and will feature some 4,000 marchers. of the4-Wheel Drive Pull, In addition to units from 12 are from left, Bill ,,Bronco llilly" Shrine Temples there will be DUnneil, second; Keith Merclmnd, high school bands, cheerleaders, floats and other follow the route from Hanover High School to Mary Hit- cheock Memorial Hospital and hack to Memorial Stadium. The parade will be led by Govs. Hugh Gailen of New Hampshire and Richard Shelling of Vermont. The Grand Marshal for the 1981 Bowl Game parade will be Chief Roland Lee of the Hanover police Department, who, according to General Chairman Donald C. Berwick, has been a long time friend and active supporter of the Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl. The Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl is sponsored by Bektash Temple of Concord. N. H.; Mt. Sinai Temple of Montpelier, Vt., and Cairo Temple of Rutland, Vt. In its 27 year history the Bowl Game has raised over $1.3 million for the Shriners' Hospitals for Crippled and Burned Children. General Admission tickets for the summer classic are now on sale at more than 300 outlets throughout the two states. General Admission tickets are priced at $5 if purchased at one of these outlets. On Game Day they wilt be $6. All reserve seats priced at $7.00 can be obtained by the Shrine Football Office, Foundry St., Lebanon, N. H. 03766 or by calling (603) 448- 1042. HOMEMAKERS The program for S Ryegate-Groton Homemakers Aug. 5 at 1:30 p.m. will be "Learn to Listen" with Winnie Frost as leader at Maydene BOne's. TASKER'S WELL We Need Your Businesd Our Business Is Going In The Hole. M2-5581 Northwood, N.H. RACING ACTION--Ralph Harlow in No. 67 receives checkers from Chief Starter Wayne Weeks at Nor-Way Pines Speedway. i Sports ) N. Haverhill race is set N. HAVERHILL--The Third at 9 a.m. the day of the race. Annual North Haverhill Road The registration fee will be $1. Race will be held Sunday, Prizes will be awarded to Aug. 2, at 10 a.m. at the N. the top finishers. The course is Haverhill Fairgrounds during 4.5 miles. the North Haverhill Fair. For further information, Registration will take place call Rob Hurlbutt at 764-5874. Women's softball tourney slated RANDOLPH--The Women's 5294. Slow Pitch Invitational SoL Games will be held behind tball Tournament will be Randolph Union High School. sponsored by the Central Four games at a time can be Vermont Women's Softball played. League Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 1-2. Entry fee is $40 per team Elms, Larry Welch andthedeadlineforentriesis noon Wednesday, July 29. llANDICAPPED MEET tO The double elimination BRADFORD--The Upper tournament will be played Valley Association for Hun- under American Softball dicapped Citizens will meet at Nor Way Pines at ,:,0 p.m. Aug. 3 at the Life 17 Wl -- Association rules with 7-inning Skills Center in the old 17 games. 15 by NORMAN R.ROULX the mid-season track prepared for the last half of Trophies will be awarded to agriculture building behind 15 It was the usual exciting "championship. the season. Some car builders 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place teams, the Bradford Academy. For For more information, call more information, call Juiie 13 night of trophy auto racing at Two. new coupes were are now preparing for the 1982 Sue Butterfield at (802) 234- Marshat (802) 222-9028. Nor-WayPines. registered this week, Royal season. Twenty-two Sportsmen Moses No. 00 and Wally At this week's pit meeting,  Coupes and 12 Hobby Cars Langlois No. 62. We hear drivers and management will -- ...... " .... - - --- -1 were on hand to compete for every week of new cars being talk about the multiplication I A U(II I D C U DP.I:ItlrV II of points at the end of the I L-v ||VU|I hllah|ll--|l]tl TM season by the number of [ Bear Ridge Speedway [ weeks the driver has com-I MENTAL HEALTH SERVICE ! * peted at the speedway. It has  been planned from the beginning of the season to| Orange County Mental Health i multiply. This rule was tel .., .... ............ I COUPES STREETS benefit the regular ivers at i lULL rK|| 1-00'622-4244 I _I.lv 9d lqR July 24, 1981 lstQualifier ,stquanner the speedway. A decmmn wdl  _- _ -_ _-_- _- --- _- _ 1.15--Regg McLain 1.29--Richard Pecor be made by the drivers in each 2.62 Willy Langlois 2.93--Randy Hutchinson division at the coming week's 3.21 Scott Spear 3.48---Peter Greaves pit meeting. 2nd Qualifier 4.49--Nell Hayward The Aug. 1 meet will begin 1. 56--Clayton Hatch 2ndQualifler with kiddie rides from 6:30- 2. 1--Orin Howe 1.17--Jim Morgan 7:00 p.m. 3.96--Bob Shepard 2.16--Richard Fadden The mi, dseason track 4.14--BOb Adams 3.77--Bruce Towle champ(onship was won by 3rdQualifier 4. 24--Alex Hart C.V. Elms in No. 6. Willy 1.54--ChuckBeede 3rdQualifier Langlois was second by the 15% OFF 2.50--Chuck Frazier 1.61 Wayne Hazlett flag. Bob Rnshford placed 3. 6--C.V. Elms Ill 2. 18--Duncan McKay third and Ed Smith fourth. 4.53--Dan Beede 3.28--Floyd Jarvis Because it was Wally's first STS ONLY 1st Consolation 4. ll--Carroll Porter week at the speedway he could 1. 3--ErvineEastman lstConsolation not qualify for a trophy. STARTING AT 2.98--Frank Keene 1. 1 Ralph Baldwin Therefore, Rushford obtained k 3.93 Dale Williams 2.69 Doug Boyce the second place trophy and  ,,tl,k,, 4.36--aicky Roberts 3.23--Frank Wegel Ed Smith received the third Extra firm queen size Semi-Feat-re 4.01--Tom Spooner place trophy.  b.edding by Eclipse 1.15--Regg McLain Semi-Feature The hobby class trophy race 2.56--Clayton Hatch 1.16--Richard Fadden was won by Larry Welch No. 3.54--Chuck Beede 2.61--Wayne Hazlett 90. Second place went to Steve REG '3299s set... NOW '199" mt 4.62--Wally Langlois 3.77--Bruce Towle Heinz No. 05 and third went to 5. 10rin Howe 4.28--Floyd Jarvis Dave Annis No. 15. 6. 6--C.V. ElmsIII 5.48--PeterGreaves This week's racing was Hale Fumituze 7.96-Bob Shepard 6.93--Randy Hutchinson marred by the more than 8.21 Scott Spear 7.17 Jim Morgan usual rough riding. Several ,-, " Feature 8.18 Duncan McKay machines were taken out by !..54 Chuck eec)e 9.29--Richard Pecor pilot error. That all important I 3. 3--Ervine Eastman .1. i-,-Ralph Baldwin ..... of p6rtsmensh|p and repect . 4. 6--C.V. Elms lII 2. 61--Wayne Hazlett for the other guy. 5. 56--Clayton Hatch 3.18---Duncan McKay The speedway has a great 6.53--Dan Beede 4.28--Floyd Jarvis field of cars and a good 7.15--Regg McLain 5. 16--Richard Fadden spectator following. One thing 8.93--DaleWilliams 6.24--Alex Hart that must be stressed is the 9.14--Bob Adams - 7. 23--Frank Wegel ever important, "a good time 10. l----tin Howe 8.57--Alex Sutherland was had by all" atmosphere 11.16--RaymondHeath 9. 31--HarryDavidson that Nor-Way Pines has had I..J 12.3--Ricky Roberts 10. 17--Jim Morgan thelast few seasons, m Streets & Couneg 13.21--Scott Spear ll.ll--Carroll Porter Spectators at the speedway ---- r-- 1498-Frank00eene l00900-Randy.utchinso, have formed a rep.tation of JULY 31St 15.96--BobShepard 13.48--PeterGreaves being well behaved and for ......... 14.01--TomSpooner this reason families have L.J ' fl|[ ag  p.m. 15.77--BruceTowle enjoyed coming to the 16.49--Nell Hayward speedway. [] REGULAR CARD 17.29--Richard Pecor [] OF RACING [] Trophies by , -.,.  Valley All.Stars  Cassidy Insurance Company [] [] also featuring win two games u Following are the members of the Connecticut Valley Little League All-Star Team: lg GO-CART RACING CRUNCH!!--Cars are demolished in Demolition Mark Crossley, Thetford; [] Derby. Bobby Davis, Fairlee; David Gritsavage, Thetford: Andy  ADMISSION: Handlesman. Orford; .AIN DATE SAT. 8:00 p.m. . Small.business angle, Shannon Hart, Thefford; Jade liCgltemate Rain Date '3.50 Adults Huntington, Bradford: T. J. continuedfrom page4) Jacobs. Newbury; Michael 1"7 on encourage the'continuation of a strong, competitive in- Norman. Thetford: Todd [] 7:30 dependent business sector. Pierson, Fairlee. David [] Sweet, West Fairlee: Dean [] A recent survey of urban areas conducted by the Na- Thompson, Orford: Frank /"3 tional Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) re- Thurston, Thetford: Michael m," veiled that a substantial number of business people re- Vaughan. Thetford; Scott I in the northeastern part of the Woodward. Orford: and Larry sponding--particularly country--either inherited or purchased the company Hart and Walter Crossley of L3 from a member of the family. Urban areas, such as those Thetford are coaches. II The Connecticut Valley .[] in the northeast, are already facing severe drains on team defeated Newport 0-7 resources and the negative impact of death taxes on July 15 and Lyndonville 6-2 _,. small, indeiiendent businesses will add to the problems July 20 in games at St. I "Mll  t C)g '' there and elsewhere in the country. Johnsbury.  = "Bradford, Vermont'i- Analysis of the revenues raised by estate taxes and the economic harm being don. to the labor-intensive small- business community suggcsts that the death tax shuld be YES. WE STILL HAVE NEW CARS abolished and the relative small number of tax dollars lost be raised by aitcrnate means. AND TRUCKS AVAILABLE Wilson S. Johnson is president of the National Federa- One of the largest lion of Independent Business, representing more than new and used car and truck selections in the Upper Valley haifa million small-business men and women.  UDDer Valleys first and only automotive supermarket, e,,,, c,,,a - West Hartford. VI! ,301 $ 15.3014 E. Pollnu! Pz, rke W;lder Vt" .WBARU "" Bank rate up to months "Ho o| tO oaY CASH PAID FOR LATE MODEL USED CARS AND PICKUPS OVER 36 YEARS DEPENDABLE SERVICE CLIFFORD'S GARAGE, INC. 444--8K )DGE CiTY Route 14, W. Hartford, Vt. TOP TRADE IN 8 GREEN ST. LITTLE'TON