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August 12, 1981-The Journal Opinion-Page 5 on the by Gary W. Moort00 HUNTING AND FISHING MEAN BIG BUCKS FOR STATE 1981 economic benefit of hunting and fishing to the is $210,263,000. The figures have just been by resource economist, Dr. Alphonse Gilbert of Dr. Gilbert is the economist who has ,done so many to determine the economic benefit of various in- to the state. are certainly eye openers when one considers state gains from sportsmen. Hunting produces and fishing $84,545,000. Deer hunting alone, in- , season, contributes $80,243,281. are made the same way they are for 3. Such things as rooms, meals, gas and is that unlike the ski industry, the hunters do not require large subsidies to build fancy ) the mountains. does very well per capita wise, but the U.S. as a from hunters and fishermen. Nationwide last D74 hunting licenses were sold and 27,994,917 m a pretty large number when consider the licenses. In states semor citizens, those under certain ages, salt handicapped and in some cases landowners required to purchase a license. Thus the numbers are be. NO LUCK FISHING? knows that the fishing slows down considerably of August, but some anglers seem to the water is cold and the fish are near the top them is much easier. By August most of the fish feed of the time and generally stay in waters of a =temperature. angler should carry a thermometer so that the can be done in an area that is at least of a tern- the fish sought prefer. Most fish thermometers also is simply lowered from the boat and the tern- is recorded and read when the device is 30 seconds. Favored Temperatures 45-55 60-70 55-70 55-65 52-54 45-55 BASS 70-75 65-70 55-70 55-70 50-70 50-70 REQUI@ED READING the Atlantic salmon is at an all time high as the of many involved in the restoration programs are off. Just off the press is a book by Lawrence Stolte, Salmon planner for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Ser- Salmon of the Merrimack is a book that I Put down. As the name implies, the book covers the restoration efforts on the Merrimack, but it also the efforts of the five New England states working and in groups to aid the salmon. is an historical text that chronicles the ups and salmon hack to 1638 when General Woodward Merimack River Basin. The salmon is the the book, but the social history of the region me fate of the salmon was closely tied to the of the region and the use of the rivers for the book are photos d the dams, falls, hat- and.restoration efforts from the past. For the first exists in one place of what was done during the the mid 19th century through the early 20th to place in the New England rivers. araazed to find out just how much our forefathers did attempt to right old wrongs along the rivers. efforts were made a century ago and in- paying dividends today was is easily read even though it is in fact an StoRe carefully documents his writing and that those reading the book can do their own on items of interest. of the book may be obtained from the Superin- Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office, 20402. Ask for stock no. 024-010-00589-1. i that the efforts to restore such a great fish be now that we can begin to see success. The salmon ] in high esteem as StoRe's first paragraph salmon was given its Latin name, solar, by the armies of Julius Ceasar. It was named Salmo solar by Linneaus in 1758. The Lgerly sought by the Celts, prized protected by royal decree, and immortalized the carvings made by the cavemen of the 12,000 years ago to the recent works of ff00oman is safe "i! , i ,:il ,: Oscar," State Police Bloodhound, t for missing woman. page I) Robiliard that had driven her July- 4.- He car to the campground either. top of the Mrs. Robillard's son little the Timothy Watkins, 17, his experience, stepbrother Alfred Robillard of volunteers Jr., 23 and brother Steven Guard Watkins, 22, arrived at the and Game campground late Friday to the search for assist in the search. were ! extra help in rd. that it could BRADFORD CONCERT by BRADFORD--A concert for Robillard the benefit of the North mountain Country Chorus trip to at the cam- England fund will be held at sitnesses could the Bradford Congregational had been Mrs. ChurchAug. 16atSp.m. OFF i;O BELGIUM--Woodsville Soccer Club left Aug. 8 to compete in Belgium. From left, back row: Bruce Levasseur, Mike Siayton, Run Magoon, Joe Lloyd, Jim McLaughlin, Paul Tetreault, David Pompian; Front row: Dave Nlckerson, Shawn McKean, Joe Salucke, Brian Higgins. Missing from picture were Kelly Hunt, Wade Winchester, Mike Aldrich, and chaperones Mr. and Mrs. Steve Walker. Stub Fadden to defend his title at Catamount MILTON, VT.-- Stock car After the Laval event expected to compete for the 30 time trials and the Twin 25's driver Stub Fadden of N. Fadden now appears to be qualifying positions through Sept. 12. Haverhill will be out to defend running as a strong contender. Golfers compete I Sports at Lake Mor00. FAIRLEE--The annual Lake Morey Country Club Ladies "( .,) Member-Guest Golf Tour- nament was held July 30th Softbal] tourney in Wells River with 21 teams competing. Following the best ball WELI RIVER--The Wells 3572, or John 'essenden, Box match, luncheon was served River Softball League will 61, Newbury, Vt. 05051, at the Lake Morey Inn and hold its third annual Labor telephone 1-802-866-5511. prizes were awarded by Kern Day Tournament Sept. 3- 7. McCarty, club pro. A maximum of 24 teams will ST. MARTIN'S In the low gross, best ball compete in the A.S.A. slow WOMEN competition, Dot Phillips and pitch event. For further in- FAIRLEE--The Women of Sf. Shirley Tuholski took first formation write or call Mike Martin's will meet at I0 a.m place. Louise Keyes and Janet Zampieri, Box 27, S. Ryegate, Aug. 18 at St. Martin's Chapel Nnseworthy were second, and Vt. 05069, telephone 1-802-584- on Lake Morey Rd. East. Ruth Page and Joanne Richardson third. In the low net category, YARD SALE Ruth Payne and Louise Sommidt were first, Cary Clark and Shirley Bates SATURDAY-- AUGUST 15 second, and Jane Martel and Marilyn Allen third. The NOON TO 4:00 longest drives were hit by Shirley Tuholski and Marilyn Good used clothing and household articles Allen. LAKE MOREY ROAD NORTH m WATCH FOR SIGNS TREK FOR LIFE S. BURLINGTON--Regis- tration is oven for the Ver- mont Lung Assn.'s back- packin-g "TREK for Life and Breath," a 15-mile hike on the Long Trail in the Rutland- Killington area Sept. 11-13. For further information, call [] Pan Kay at (802)863-6817 or Bi Streets  Coupes (800) 642-3288. [] August 14th I his title in the $35,000 CRC He won his qualifying event Chemicals 300 at Milton's and posted a victory in the [[ Fray night at 8 p,m. Catamount Speedway Sept. 13. semi-feature. It appeared that [] Fadden has been through he was headed for a triple :: Regular Card one of the most trying years of crown as he battled race his longcareerwhichisinits leader Allen Whipple for the :* g of Racing third decade. The racing top position with five laps grandfather, whose team is remaining. Both cars tagged, headed by his son Alvin, has with Fadden experiencing a not won a major race since cut tire, and a third-place  [] last year's race here, the finish.  also for i00.00a.ur=n6 former New England 200. Though he hadtosettlefor '" MOTORCYCLE RACES Several accidents and the loss third place, the 1981 Chevrolet of two engines have primarily Malibu racer is running at top [] been the cause of Fadden's off form. FaddepJas experienced  year. good" luck in long distance [] Topping these difficulties races, and is usually there at ADMtSStON: with several minor malfun- the finish. A change of lady [ RAIN DATE SAT. 8:00 p.m. ctions, Fadden has been kept luck along with the Fadden to only four top five finishes, driving style could result in a 'l-jill 0nAtternatesundayRain Date =3.50=1.00 Adultschild with nine appearances in the repeat performance. Fadden i'DGff topl0inthe 19 races to date. won $6,000 for his victory in I1 7:30 Following a blown engine in 1980. [ Mont Laurier, Quebec, The CRC Chemicals 300 is _i Fadden missed the next Tour becoming one of the most PEE WEE CHAMPS--Newbury's No. 1 Pee Wee team is 19S1 Connecticut Valley L. event in Quebec City, but competitive races in I1 champion after a 13-1 season, with the lone loss to Thefford Blue. Victories were . returned to Laval for the Ca tamount Speedway 'S Montreal81. history. Over 40 cars are over Newbury II; Bradford's Red, Yellow and Gray teams; W. Fairlee; E. II f-] Corinth; Thetford White, and Orford. A family picnic followed the final game at Girl's field hockey starts which awards were presented. From left, front row: Jeff Spooner, Jamie Grant, i[ BRADFORD--Girls' field High School. Aaron Cailahan, Gary Gardner, James Rinaldi, Buck Rogers, Aaron Tuttle; D hockey practice for grades 7- Students who played in second row: Peter Tuttle, Timmy Spooner, Missie Grant, Sandy Mace, Neff . 12 will begin Thursday, Aug. Oxbow sports last year will Emerson; third row: Coaches Gordle Gardner, Skip Turtle, Chuck Emerson. J "ttt   ,{J['" 20,: at 6 p.m. at Oxbow High need only a permission form Mtling 0#ieture were WayneSmlthudseurekeeperldeSpeoner.  Omm O SBradford, Vermont School.  signed by their parents. Any new student wlshing t Varsity cach is Mona I' B Ridg Speed ay i ' WE STILL HAVE NEW CARS participate will be required to Garone, Jr. Varsity coach Sue have a physical examination Ming, and Jr. High coach ear e w YES. by their family doctor. FormScan be picked up at Oxbow SharonPushee. AND TRUCKS AVAILABLE BICYCLE RACE St. J. sohball tournament set 1. No. 54--Bruce Farnham, Rartland, Vt. 0n{} of the larg=t ST. JOHNSBURY--The St. follow a double elimination 2. No. 81--DamionHardin, Chelsea, Vt. new and used r and truck Nl00dons in the Upper Valley Johnsbury Recreation format and the registration 3. No.64--JeffreyWelch, Newbury, Vt. Department will sponsor its fee is $50 per team. Bicycle Race flint and only lulomotlva  E,n C,,o,d 2nd Annual Maple Center Trophies will be awarded to 1. No. 60--Wayny Chapman, Bath, N.H. west H,,o, v Women's Slo-Pitch Softball the top three teams. To 2. No. 46--Jack Chamberlin, N. Haverhill, N.H. z=s-o3 s.3o4 Tournament the weekend of register a team you must 3. No. 53--Jeff Elliott, Lisbon, N.H. E. Petnu! Plrke, WOOer Vt Aug. 22-23. contact the St. Johnsbury COUPES zms.3T2 Sixteen teams from Recreation office no later than POINT STANDINGS throughout Vermont and New Aug. 18, (802)748-8414. The 1. No. 3--BrotherEastman, E.Thetford, Vt ............. 295 Bank Hampshire will be accepted office will be open from 8 a.m.- 2.No. 6--C.V.Elms, III, N. Haverhill, N.H .............. 284 rate on a first call, first registered 4 p.m. 3. No. 98--Frank Keene, Chelsea, Vt ..................... 272 basis. The tournament will 3. No. 53--Dan Beede, Barre, Vt ......................... 272 up to 4. No. 54----Chuck Beede, Barre, Vt ....................... 270 ..... .......... 48 5. No. 93--Dale Williams, Wells River, Vt ................ 216 : months 6. No. 1--Orin Howe, W. Lebanon, N.R .................. 213 'eHOl OJ t d "" to Day 7. No. 50--Chuck Frazier, Thefford, Vt .................. 209 8. No.96--BobShepard, Graniteville, Vt ................. 208 CASH PAID FOR LATE MODEL USED CARS AND PICKUPS 9. No. 5,-Clayton Hatch, E. Topsham, Vt ............... OVER 36 YEARS DEPENDABLE SERVICE 10. No. 14--Bob Adams, So. Royalton, Vt .................. 136 ll. No. 15---RegMcLain ................................. 122 GARAGE. INC 12. No. 21--Scott Spear, Newport, N.H .................... 106 13. No. 57--Doug Roberts, Barre, Vt ...................... 93 14. No.S0--DavidChestnut, White RiverJct.,Vt .......... 90 )BG| CITY Route 14, W. Hartford, VI. TOPTRADE IN 14. No. 36--Ricky Roberts, East Barre, Vt ................ 90 : 15. No. 51--David Simpson, Barre, Vt ..................... 84 16. No. 16--Ray Heath, Warren, N.H ...................... 83 17. No.77--StuartBean, Bradford, Vt .................... 78 Connval's Andersen Connection  18. No. 62--Wally Langlois ............................... 67 ..... 19. No. 7--Bob Rushford, Bradford, Vt ................... 44 20. No. 2--Willey Race .................................. 39 I.:.m._m.am 21. No. 88--Don Davis, W. Plymouth, N.H ................. 30 22. No. 7--JuniorTowle, Bradford, Vt ................... 21 , . 23. No. 01--David Smith, White River Jct., Vt ............. 20 24. No. 5--Bob Packard, Enfield, N.H ................... 10 --m t w rs , 24. No. 02--Noah Mandell ................................ 10 D0W 25. No. 44--Mike Heath .................................. ' THE WIN TRAIN 26. No. 42--Bunky Adams, Hartford, Vt ................... 3 I PRESENTATION--William G. Cowell (right) of the I DERSEN WINDOWS AT 30*/, DISCOUNT National Special Olympics Foundation, presents to STREET DIVISION Robert Ross, Commander of Ross-Wood Post No. 20 of POINT STANDINGS i You asked for It. Another car load of Andersen Windows. I. No. 1--Ralph Baldwin, Graniteville, Vt ............... 219 Tremendous savings, it's the only way to go. Woodsville, a gold medal plaque for donation of over 2. No. 11--Carroll Porter, E. Corinth, Vt ................. 216 $2000 the Woodsville Post made for handicapped 3. No. 61--Wayne HazieR, Woodsville, N.H .............. 213 We will be ordering a carload of Andersen Windows and children last year. 4. No. 18--Duncan McKay, E. Barre, Vt ................. 205 Glass Sliding Doors. You read the discount correctly- 5. No. 28--Floyd Jarvis, Jr., Northfield, Vt ............... 194 - 6. No. 23--Frank Weigel, WhiteRiver Jct., Vt ............ 178 30 per cent "k Over the river ,continued from page 4) 7. No. 16--Richard Fadden, N. Haverhill, N.H ........... 165 8. No. 01--Thomasspooner, E. Topsham, Vt ............. 136 ORDER NOW THROUGH AUGUST 22, 1981 there that year by John L. Chamberlin, George Minot, 9. No. 17--JimMorgan, WhiteRiverJct.,Vt ............. 134 Cail or visit us for more speclfic information. Davis. Successive Chamberlin Historical Notes of Bath, 1965, I0. No. 31--Harry Davidson, Piermont, N.H .............. 125 Hours: generations on the farm have and Grafton County Register 10. No. 97--Bradley Phelps, N. Thetford, Vt ............... 126 Featuring-- Mon.-Fri. 7-5:00 p.m. been Samuel, Edwin, and of Deeds. 11. No. 50--Arnold Stygles, Bradford, Vt .................. 121 Nelson. 12. No. 24--Alex Hart, WiUiamstown, Vt .................. 105 I' Pu [---& ___.._l 5o. 7-] 2:30 p, m. 1 In addition to the dairy Tickets on sale 13. No. 48--PeterGreaves, Walden, Vt .................... 8 ! Jlifl 1 farm, the Chamberlins built 14. No. 5F--Alex Sutherland, Bath, N.H ................... [[, three greenhouses between for N'I. regatta 15. No. 77--Bruce Towle, Bradford, Vt .................... 80 1923 and 1930. Nelson and Jean 65 took over the florist and LITTLETON--Tickets for the 16. No. 69--Dung Boyce, Groton, Vt ....................... 17. No. 44--Gene Pierson, Jr., E. Corinth, Vt .............. 45 ="'. HOME BUILDING CENTER greenhonse business in 1962, 1981 N. H. Chrysler-Dodge 18. No. 93--Randy Hutchinson, E. Thetford, Vt ............ 44 ELY. VERMONT (802) 333-4381 then in 1973 they added their International Regatta are now 19. No. 75--David Gomo, Websterville, Vt ................ 34 flower shop on (entral Street on sale statewide. 20. No. 29--Richard Pecor, Barre, Vt ..................... 31 in Woodsville. This year's Regatta will 21. No. 29--Roger Pecor, Barre, Vt ....................... 27 Edwin Cbamberlin has a feature the Tender Cur- 22. No.34--RichardSimmons, Bradford, Vt .............. 21 wealth of knowledge of history poration Grand National 22. No. 81--Marshall Laundry, Jr., Woodsville, N.H ....... 21 of the area, an interest which World Championship. 23. No. 71--Bruce Gendron ......................... 18 is being continued by his Sanei Auto Parts, Inc. will 24. No. 43--Monty Sweet, E. Corinth, Vt .................. 13 grandson Gary. sponsor the Grand Prix 25. No. 27--TracyEmerson .............................. 11 Sources: Margaret Division II Open Invitational 26. No. 01--TonySpeoner, W. Topsham, Vt ................ 8 Lamarre, Dorothy Sawyer, and Phil Cross of Crosstown 27. No. 33--Rene Crete ................................... 4 Katherine Glover, Reed Motors will sponsor the Md U 27. No. 49--. 4 CALL COLLECT FOR DETAILS: 10002-333438] family (Clarence, Roger and Class. * 27. No. 15--Davicl'nis' i] ................. ]]]] 4 Eva), Jean and Edwin (pleaseturntopage6) 28. No. 51--. ....................... ] .......... ] .......... 0 August 12, 1981-The Journal Opinion-Page 5 on the by Gary W. Moort00 HUNTING AND FISHING MEAN BIG BUCKS FOR STATE 1981 economic benefit of hunting and fishing to the is $210,263,000. The figures have just been by resource economist, Dr. Alphonse Gilbert of Dr. Gilbert is the economist who has ,done so many to determine the economic benefit of various in- to the state. are certainly eye openers when one considers state gains from sportsmen. Hunting produces and fishing $84,545,000. Deer hunting alone, in- , season, contributes $80,243,281. are made the same way they are for 3. Such things as rooms, meals, gas and is that unlike the ski industry, the hunters do not require large subsidies to build fancy ) the mountains. does very well per capita wise, but the U.S. as a from hunters and fishermen. Nationwide last D74 hunting licenses were sold and 27,994,917 m a pretty large number when consider the licenses. In states semor citizens, those under certain ages, salt handicapped and in some cases landowners required to purchase a license. Thus the numbers are be. NO LUCK FISHING? knows that the fishing slows down considerably of August, but some anglers seem to the water is cold and the fish are near the top them is much easier. By August most of the fish feed of the time and generally stay in waters of a =temperature. angler should carry a thermometer so that the can be done in an area that is at least of a tern- the fish sought prefer. Most fish thermometers also is simply lowered from the boat and the tern- is recorded and read when the device is 30 seconds. Favored Temperatures 45-55 60-70 55-70 55-65 52-54 45-55 BASS 70-75 65-70 55-70 55-70 50-70 50-70 REQUI@ED READING the Atlantic salmon is at an all time high as the of many involved in the restoration programs are off. Just off the press is a book by Lawrence Stolte, Salmon planner for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Ser- Salmon of the Merrimack is a book that I Put down. As the name implies, the book covers the restoration efforts on the Merrimack, but it also the efforts of the five New England states working and in groups to aid the salmon. is an historical text that chronicles the ups and salmon hack to 1638 when General Woodward Merimack River Basin. The salmon is the the book, but the social history of the region me fate of the salmon was closely tied to the of the region and the use of the rivers for the book are photos d the dams, falls, hat- and.restoration efforts from the past. For the first exists in one place of what was done during the the mid 19th century through the early 20th to place in the New England rivers. araazed to find out just how much our forefathers did attempt to right old wrongs along the rivers. efforts were made a century ago and in- paying dividends today was is easily read even though it is in fact an StoRe carefully documents his writing and that those reading the book can do their own on items of interest. of the book may be obtained from the Superin- Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office, 20402. Ask for stock no. 024-010-00589-1. i that the efforts to restore such a great fish be now that we can begin to see success. The salmon ] in high esteem as StoRe's first paragraph salmon was given its Latin name, solar, by the armies of Julius Ceasar. It was named Salmo solar by Linneaus in 1758. The Lgerly sought by the Celts, prized protected by royal decree, and immortalized the carvings made by the cavemen of the 12,000 years ago to the recent works of ff00oman is safe "i! , i ,:il ,: Oscar," State Police Bloodhound, t for missing woman. page I) Robiliard that had driven her July- 4.- He car to the campground either. top of the Mrs. Robillard's son little the Timothy Watkins, 17, his experience, stepbrother Alfred Robillard of volunteers Jr., 23 and brother Steven Guard Watkins, 22, arrived at the and Game campground late Friday to the search for assist in the search. were ! extra help in rd. that it could BRADFORD CONCERT by BRADFORD--A concert for Robillard the benefit of the North mountain Country Chorus trip to at the cam- England fund will be held at sitnesses could the Bradford Congregational had been Mrs. ChurchAug. 16atSp.m. OFF i;O BELGIUM--Woodsville Soccer Club left Aug. 8 to compete in Belgium. From left, back row: Bruce Levasseur, Mike Siayton, Run Magoon, Joe Lloyd, Jim McLaughlin, Paul Tetreault, David Pompian; Front row: Dave Nlckerson, Shawn McKean, Joe Salucke, Brian Higgins. Missing from picture were Kelly Hunt, Wade Winchester, Mike Aldrich, and chaperones Mr. and Mrs. Steve Walker. Stub Fadden to defend his title at Catamount MILTON, VT.-- Stock car After the Laval event expected to compete for the 30 time trials and the Twin 25's driver Stub Fadden of N. Fadden now appears to be qualifying positions through Sept. 12. Haverhill will be out to defend running as a strong contender. Golfers compete I Sports at Lake Mor00. FAIRLEE--The annual Lake Morey Country Club Ladies "( .,) Member-Guest Golf Tour- nament was held July 30th Softbal] tourney in Wells River with 21 teams competing. Following the best ball WELI RIVER--The Wells 3572, or John 'essenden, Box match, luncheon was served River Softball League will 61, Newbury, Vt. 05051, at the Lake Morey Inn and hold its third annual Labor telephone 1-802-866-5511. prizes were awarded by Kern Day Tournament Sept. 3- 7. McCarty, club pro. A maximum of 24 teams will ST. MARTIN'S In the low gross, best ball compete in the A.S.A. slow WOMEN competition, Dot Phillips and pitch event. For further in- FAIRLEE--The Women of Sf. Shirley Tuholski took first formation write or call Mike Martin's will meet at I0 a.m place. Louise Keyes and Janet Zampieri, Box 27, S. Ryegate, Aug. 18 at St. Martin's Chapel Nnseworthy were second, and Vt. 05069, telephone 1-802-584- on Lake Morey Rd. East. Ruth Page and Joanne Richardson third. In the low net category, YARD SALE Ruth Payne and Louise Sommidt were first, Cary Clark and Shirley Bates SATURDAY-- AUGUST 15 second, and Jane Martel and Marilyn Allen third. The NOON TO 4:00 longest drives were hit by Shirley Tuholski and Marilyn Good used clothing and household articles Allen. LAKE MOREY ROAD NORTH m WATCH FOR SIGNS TREK FOR LIFE S. BURLINGTON--Regis- tration is oven for the Ver- mont Lung Assn.'s back- packin-g "TREK for Life and Breath," a 15-mile hike on the Long Trail in the Rutland- Killington area Sept. 11-13. For further information, call [] Pan Kay at (802)863-6817 or Bi Streets  Coupes (800) 642-3288. [] August 14th I his title in the $35,000 CRC He won his qualifying event Chemicals 300 at Milton's and posted a victory in the [[ Fray night at 8 p,m. Catamount Speedway Sept. 13. semi-feature. It appeared that [] Fadden has been through he was headed for a triple :: Regular Card one of the most trying years of crown as he battled race his longcareerwhichisinits leader Allen Whipple for the :* g of Racing third decade. The racing top position with five laps grandfather, whose team is remaining. Both cars tagged, headed by his son Alvin, has with Fadden experiencing a not won a major race since cut tire, and a third-place  [] last year's race here, the finish.  also for i00.00a.ur=n6 former New England 200. Though he hadtosettlefor '" MOTORCYCLE RACES Several accidents and the loss third place, the 1981 Chevrolet of two engines have primarily Malibu racer is running at top [] been the cause of Fadden's off form. FaddepJas experienced  year. good" luck in long distance [] Topping these difficulties races, and is usually there at ADMtSStON: with several minor malfun- the finish. A change of lady [ RAIN DATE SAT. 8:00 p.m. ctions, Fadden has been kept luck along with the Fadden to only four top five finishes, driving style could result in a 'l-jill 0nAtternatesundayRain Date =3.50=1.00 Adultschild with nine appearances in the repeat performance. Fadden i'DGff topl0inthe 19 races to date. won $6,000 for his victory in I1 7:30 Following a blown engine in 1980. [ Mont Laurier, Quebec, The CRC Chemicals 300 is _i Fadden missed the next Tour becoming one of the most PEE WEE CHAMPS--Newbury's No. 1 Pee Wee team is 19S1 Connecticut Valley L. event in Quebec City, but competitive races in I1 champion after a 13-1 season, with the lone loss to Thefford Blue. Victories were . returned to Laval for the Ca tamount Speedway 'S Montreal81. history. Over 40 cars are over Newbury II; Bradford's Red, Yellow and Gray teams; W. Fairlee; E. II f-] Corinth; Thetford White, and Orford. A family picnic followed the final game at Girl's field hockey starts which awards were presented. From left, front row: Jeff Spooner, Jamie Grant, i[ BRADFORD--Girls' field High School. Aaron Cailahan, Gary Gardner, James Rinaldi, Buck Rogers, Aaron Tuttle; D hockey practice for grades 7- Students who played in second row: Peter Tuttle, Timmy Spooner, Missie Grant, Sandy Mace, Neff . 12 will begin Thursday, Aug. Oxbow sports last year will Emerson; third row: Coaches Gordle Gardner, Skip Turtle, Chuck Emerson. J "ttt   ,{J['" 20,: at 6 p.m. at Oxbow High need only a permission form Mtling 0#ieture were WayneSmlthudseurekeeperldeSpeoner.  Omm O SBradford, Vermont School.  signed by their parents. Any new student wlshing t Varsity cach is Mona I' B Ridg Speed ay i ' WE STILL HAVE NEW CARS participate will be required to Garone, Jr. Varsity coach Sue have a physical examination Ming, and Jr. High coach ear e w YES. by their family doctor. FormScan be picked up at Oxbow SharonPushee. AND TRUCKS AVAILABLE BICYCLE RACE St. J. sohball tournament set 1. No. 54--Bruce Farnham, Rartland, Vt. 0n{} of the larg=t ST. JOHNSBURY--The St. follow a double elimination 2. No. 81--DamionHardin, Chelsea, Vt. new and used r and truck Nl00dons in the Upper Valley Johnsbury Recreation format and the registration 3. No.64--JeffreyWelch, Newbury, Vt. Department will sponsor its fee is $50 per team. Bicycle Race flint and only lulomotlva  E,n C,,o,d 2nd Annual Maple Center Trophies will be awarded to 1. No. 60--Wayny Chapman, Bath, N.H. west H,,o, v Women's Slo-Pitch Softball the top three teams. To 2. No. 46--Jack Chamberlin, N. Haverhill, N.H. z=s-o3 s.3o4 Tournament the weekend of register a team you must 3. No. 53--Jeff Elliott, Lisbon, N.H. E. Petnu! Plrke, WOOer Vt Aug. 22-23. contact the St. Johnsbury COUPES zms.3T2 Sixteen teams from Recreation office no later than POINT STANDINGS throughout Vermont and New Aug. 18, (802)748-8414. The 1. No. 3--BrotherEastman, E.Thetford, Vt ............. 295 Bank Hampshire will be accepted office will be open from 8 a.m.- 2.No. 6--C.V.Elms, III, N. Haverhill, N.H .............. 284 rate on a first call, first registered 4 p.m. 3. No. 98--Frank Keene, Chelsea, Vt ..................... 272 basis. The tournament will 3. No. 53--Dan Beede, Barre, Vt ......................... 272 up to 4. No. 54----Chuck Beede, Barre, Vt ....................... 270 ..... .......... 48 5. No. 93--Dale Williams, Wells River, Vt ................ 216 : months 6. No. 1--Orin Howe, W. Lebanon, N.R .................. 213 'eHOl OJ t d "" to Day 7. No. 50--Chuck Frazier, Thefford, Vt .................. 209 8. No.96--BobShepard, Graniteville, Vt ................. 208 CASH PAID FOR LATE MODEL USED CARS AND PICKUPS 9. No. 5,-Clayton Hatch, E. Topsham, Vt ............... OVER 36 YEARS DEPENDABLE SERVICE 10. No. 14--Bob Adams, So. Royalton, Vt .................. 136 ll. No. 15---RegMcLain ................................. 122 GARAGE. INC 12. No. 21--Scott Spear, Newport, N.H .................... 106 13. No. 57--Doug Roberts, Barre, Vt ...................... 93 14. No.S0--DavidChestnut, White RiverJct.,Vt .......... 90 )BG| CITY Route 14, W. Hartford, VI. TOPTRADE IN 14. No. 36--Ricky Roberts, East Barre, Vt ................ 90 : 15. No. 51--David Simpson, Barre, Vt ..................... 84 16. No. 16--Ray Heath, Warren, N.H ...................... 83 17. No.77--StuartBean, Bradford, Vt .................... 78 Connval's Andersen Connection  18. No. 62--Wally Langlois ............................... 67 ..... 19. No. 7--Bob Rushford, Bradford, Vt ................... 44 20. No. 2--Willey Race .................................. 39 I.:.m._m.am 21. No. 88--Don Davis, W. Plymouth, N.H ................. 30 22. No. 7--JuniorTowle, Bradford, Vt ................... 21 , . 23. No. 01--David Smith, White River Jct., Vt ............. 20 24. No. 5--Bob Packard, Enfield, N.H ................... 10 --m t w rs , 24. No. 02--Noah Mandell ................................ 10 D0W 25. No. 44--Mike Heath .................................. ' THE WIN TRAIN 26. No. 42--Bunky Adams, Hartford, Vt ................... 3 I PRESENTATION--William G. Cowell (right) of the I DERSEN WINDOWS AT 30*/, DISCOUNT National Special Olympics Foundation, presents to STREET DIVISION Robert Ross, Commander of Ross-Wood Post No. 20 of POINT STANDINGS i You asked for It. Another car load of Andersen Windows. I. No. 1--Ralph Baldwin, Graniteville, Vt ............... 219 Tremendous savings, it's the only way to go. Woodsville, a gold medal plaque for donation of over 2. No. 11--Carroll Porter, E. Corinth, Vt ................. 216 $2000 the Woodsville Post made for handicapped 3. No. 61--Wayne HazieR, Woodsville, N.H .............. 213 We will be ordering a carload of Andersen Windows and children last year. 4. No. 18--Duncan McKay, E. Barre, Vt ................. 205 Glass Sliding Doors. You read the discount correctly- 5. No. 28--Floyd Jarvis, Jr., Northfield, Vt ............... 194 - 6. No. 23--Frank Weigel, WhiteRiver Jct., Vt ............ 178 30 per cent "k Over the river ,continued from page 4) 7. No. 16--Richard Fadden, N. Haverhill, N.H ........... 165 8. No. 01--Thomasspooner, E. Topsham, Vt ............. 136 ORDER NOW THROUGH AUGUST 22, 1981 there that year by John L. Chamberlin, George Minot, 9. No. 17--JimMorgan, WhiteRiverJct.,Vt ............. 134 Cail or visit us for more speclfic information. Davis. Successive Chamberlin Historical Notes of Bath, 1965, I0. No. 31--Harry Davidson, Piermont, N.H .............. 125 Hours: generations on the farm have and Grafton County Register 10. No. 97--Bradley Phelps, N. Thetford, Vt ............... 126 Featuring-- Mon.-Fri. 7-5:00 p.m. been Samuel, Edwin, and of Deeds. 11. No. 50--Arnold Stygles, Bradford, Vt .................. 121 Nelson. 12. No. 24--Alex Hart, WiUiamstown, Vt .................. 105 I' Pu [---& ___.._l 5o. 7-] 2:30 p, m. 1 In addition to the dairy Tickets on sale 13. No. 48--PeterGreaves, Walden, Vt .................... 8 ! Jlifl 1 farm, the Chamberlins built 14. No. 5F--Alex Sutherland, Bath, N.H ................... [[, three greenhouses between for N'I. regatta 15. No. 77--Bruce Towle, Bradford, Vt .................... 80 1923 and 1930. Nelson and Jean 65 took over the florist and LITTLETON--Tickets for the 16. No. 69--Dung Boyce, Groton, Vt ....................... 17. No. 44--Gene Pierson, Jr., E. Corinth, Vt .............. 45 ="'. HOME BUILDING CENTER greenhonse business in 1962, 1981 N. H. Chrysler-Dodge 18. No. 93--Randy Hutchinson, E. Thetford, Vt ............ 44 ELY. VERMONT (802) 333-4381 then in 1973 they added their International Regatta are now 19. No. 75--David Gomo, Websterville, Vt ................ 34 flower shop on (entral Street on sale statewide. 20. No. 29--Richard Pecor, Barre, Vt ..................... 31 in Woodsville. This year's Regatta will 21. No. 29--Roger Pecor, Barre, Vt ....................... 27 Edwin Cbamberlin has a feature the Tender Cur- 22. No.34--RichardSimmons, Bradford, Vt .............. 21 wealth of knowledge of history poration Grand National 22. No. 81--Marshall Laundry, Jr., Woodsville, N.H ....... 21 of the area, an interest which World Championship. 23. No. 71--Bruce Gendron ......................... 18 is being continued by his Sanei Auto Parts, Inc. will 24. No. 43--Monty Sweet, E. Corinth, Vt .................. 13 grandson Gary. sponsor the Grand Prix 25. No. 27--TracyEmerson .............................. 11 Sources: Margaret Division II Open Invitational 26. No. 01--TonySpeoner, W. Topsham, Vt ................ 8 Lamarre, Dorothy Sawyer, and Phil Cross of Crosstown 27. No. 33--Rene Crete ................................... 4 Katherine Glover, Reed Motors will sponsor the Md U 27. No. 49--. 4 CALL COLLECT FOR DETAILS: 10002-333438] family (Clarence, Roger and Class. * 27. No. 15--Davicl'nis' i] ................. ]]]] 4 Eva), Jean and Edwin (pleaseturntopage6) 28. No. 51--. ....................... ] .......... ] .......... 0