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: August 12, 1981-The Second Opinion-Page 5A Air Guard planes stop in Burlington ) Air plane they will be working on F4D aircraft soon. to give The two planes are in Guard Burlington on a two-day personnel an stopover Aug. 11-12 on across- to get some first country trip from the Air with the National Guard in Fargo, N.D. B DANCE MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY And CYSTIC FIBROSIS :iiiill Presently more than 1,000 F- 4s are in the Air Force in- ventory. They are assigned to the Tactical Air Command, United States Air Forces in Europe, Pacific Air Forces, Alaskan Air Command, Air Force Systems Command, Air Force Logistics Command, Air National Guard and the Air Force Reserve. The F-4 Phantom II is a twin-engine, all-weather, tactical fighter-bomber. All F- 4 models have folding wings for easy aircraft storage and ground handling. It can perform three tactical air roles--air superiority, in- terdiction and close-air support--as it did in Southeast Asia during the Vietnam conflict. The Air Force flew its first F4 model--the F-4C--in May 1963. It is the Navy's F-4B model modified to meet Air Force requirements. These modifications include wider- tread, low-pressure tires; larger wheels and brakes; cartridge starters; dual controls; boom in-flight refueling; and an inertial navigation system. This model has a podmounted 20mm multibarrel gun and outer mountings for a large weapon load. The Air National Guard began flying the F-4C in January 1972. The Air Force Reserve received its first Phantom II in June 1978. The F-4D model has major changes that increase ac- curacy in weapons delivery. The Air Force received its first F-4D in March 1966; the Air National Guard received its first in 1977. r F4 Phantom II Bob Hanley and Reunited AUGUST 15th, 1981 9 P.M. til 1 A.M. ARMORY, Bradford, Vt. Doautlon - $4.00 per person CHINESE AUCTION mating Items: Call 802-222-5758 Spomm.e By VALLEY JAYCEES Coupes 14th at8 p.m. r Card Racing aim featuring SAT. 8:00 p.m. Rain Date RACES ADMISSION: 3.50 Adults =1.00 Child 4 k c0ueg" ord, Vermont 0e 0 to Weatherize ... DOORS UMom Pre-Hung To Your Specifications Storm Doors In Stock Exterior Doors In Stock Styles to Choose From1 Also ... ru Insulated Doors OUR EVERY DAY LOW PRICES ... FOR BENEFIT--New Hampshire March of Dimes poster child Tyler Jansen and Executive Director Paul R. Higgins with President Robert Waiters of Country Buick Dealers Assn., which donated 1981 Indianapolis pace car to be raffled for ,, March of Dimes. March of Dimes tO raffle car New Hampshire March pf community events and Laconia; Mid-Way Buick Dimes Birth DefectsiFoun - country fairs throughout New Opel, Inc., Somersworth; Hampshire and northern Smith Auto Sales, Lebanon; Massachusetts with the Tulley Buick-Pontiac, Inc., drawing of the winning ticket Nashua; R.E. Waiters Inc., taking place on Oct. 12. Salisbury, MA; and White The 1981 Indianapolis 54)0 Buick, Inc.,latter. pace Car, a Buick Regal is one " of only 101 built to com- memorate the race. It features a V-6 engine, T-roof, deluxe interior, air con- ditioning and many extras. The Country Buick Dealers Association members donating the car are: Capitol City Motors, Concord; Dar- tmouth Motor Sales, Newport; Dreher-Holloway Buick, Pontiac, Inc., Lowell, MA; McGreevy Buick-Cadillac, Change home decor for summertime With summer comes a changed lifestyle: more casual and fun loving. Why not simplify your life at home by making a few changes in your decor, and at the same time enjoy a new appearance? Take up area rugs in one or more rooms and send them to the cleaners. Then store then until fall leaving your floor bfire in a room or two. A bare floor is cooler for summer. Take advantage of the summer sun. Where privacy and heat do not present problems, remove window draperies and curtains and leave windows bare or use a curtain of hanging plants. Sheers or simple curtains made of light "summery" fabrics are other alternatives. The lighter the window, the airier the 'oom will look and feel. Move around some of your accessories and store others. The uncluttered, airy look of a few bare surfaces is a welcome relief in hot weather. Reposition furniture to take advantage of cross-ventilation dation Executive Director Paul Higgins and ,New Hampshire Poster Child Tyler Jansen recently accepted the keys to a 1981 India 500 Pace Car from R6 E. Waiters, President of the Country Buick Dealers Association. The Country Buick Dealers Association has donated the Pace Car to the New Hamp- shire March of Dimes for a fundraising promotion to "Help the March of Dimes Keep Pace" in the fight against birth defects. The March of Dimes will display the car and sell tickets at BAZ--AAR ;ITE--Newbury common on opening day of and cooler areas. Be creative and summerize your home. Cracker Barrel Bazaar. GARDEN CENTER--Display of Green Frog Garden Center of Bradford at Newlmry's Cracker Barrel Bazaar. Goal set for United Way of Upper Valley United Way of the Upper Valley has set a 1981-82 fund drive goal of $368,000, it was announced today by campaign chairman Vern Farnsworth of Quechee. And, while that represents a 15 per cent increase over the $320,000 raised last year, it may still not be enough to adequately meet the needs of United Way's 27 member agencies throughout Grafton, Windsor and nearby Orange and Sullivan counties in the face of severe federal budget cutbacks, Farnsworth said. In approving the goal recommended by Farn- sworth's campaign com- mittee, the United Way Board of Directors expressed con- cern about the fate of local service agencies. "With inflation already seriously impacting agency operations, the Board is worried about the more than a dozen programs which have been assisted by federal funds," said President Anne Silberfarb of Norwich. "Many of them face real problems which only a strong United Way drive can alleviate," she added. The campaign, which will be kicked off in September, raises funds to be allocated to the agencies for their 1982 operations. She said that the new, higher goal remains less than $8 per capita within the United Way's 48,000-population service area. In view of the $10 to $16 per capita in con- tributions in communities such as Keene, Laconia and Concord, board members expressed hope the goal would he exceeded. With the campaign ready to begin in two months, Farn- swarth stated that key com- mittees, campaign solicitor teams, and volunteers are now being assembled. More volunteers are needed. Per- sons interested in any aspect of the campaign can contact the United Way office in Lebanon. The Board also approved the following 27 member agencies as participants for inclusion in this year's drive: American Red Cross, Hanover and Lebanon Chapters; Boy Scouts of America, Daniel Webster and Green Mountain COuncil's Children's Center of the Upper Valley; Day Care Center, Norwich; Dresden ABC; Girl Scouts, USA, Swift Water Council; Grafton County Human Services Council; Hartford Day Care; Headrest; and Lebanon Area Health Council; LISTEN; Mayhew; New Hampshire NEWMAN LUMBER COMPANY, INC. Softwood Lumber Manufacturers WOODSVILLE, (603) 747-3351 NOW LOOKING FOR WORK FOR OUR D7G and D3 Catepillar Bulldozers and our large and small Graders Legal Assistance; Orford Day Care; Opportunity Center and Shakoma Family Daycare; RSVP of the Upper Valley; Upper Valley Day Nursery, Hanover; Upper Valley Senior Citizens Council; Upper Valley Development and Training Center; Upper Valley Youth Services; usa; Vermont Children's Aid Society; West Central Com- munity Mental Health Ser- vices; White River Council on Aging; and Women's Infor- mation Service (WISE). 5Pc. Pine 5 Pc. Pine or Maple Group Largest selection of calicos in' Upper Valley Quilting Butterick Supplies patterns including hoops New Christmas Placemat prints Kits are in Store Hour Tues.-Thurs. 10-5:30 Fri. 10-8 Sat. 10-5 A Second Concert Bradford Congregational Church Sunday, August 16, at 8:00 P. M. D. Jeffrey Fullerton, Flute Becky Ewing, Soprano Gail Powers, Piano Susan Spaulding, French Horn Katrina Munn, Accompanist (Benefit North Country Chorus trip to England) ADVANCE SALE TICKETS VAILABLE F MEMBERS OF NORTH COUNTF $3.00 Tickets also at door Ad Sponsored by Wells River Savings Bank SAVE qiZO0 Sets 36" x 36" table, with one leaf, opens to 48". Bullnose bumper edges protect table and chairs against scuffing, . : HiJh pressure plastic laminate top re;Jt$ stains and marrjngl PtJr mate's chairs reinforced and contoured for long comforLlble use. Beautifully finished on select hardwoods to add charm and warmth. ! 7 PC. Pine or Maple *388 PILGRIM STOCKS OVER 3S STYLES OF DINING ROOM SETS IN MAPLE, PINE, OAK and CHROME FINISH. Hard To Beatlll Want to feel good V7 Bulldozer avoiJable for bigge, (og, We have now started to collect unneeded tougher jobs, D3 bulldozer furniture, lamps, antiques, etc. for the Rotary available for smaller jobs. Club Scholarship Fall auction. We need what you no longer need. Phone George Karner at 603-747-2761 days for pickup. For further information please call 747.33Sl days and Leeds Ackerman after 6 p.m. evenhqp 787-6973. Route 302 Lisbon Road w.=.,,,::= 444-2033 FridtY Nlte rtl fo fkmsrdq 0.4.0 Littleton, N.H. : August 12, 1981-The Second Opinion-Page 5A Air Guard planes stop in Burlington ) Air plane they will be working on F4D aircraft soon. to give The two planes are in Guard Burlington on a two-day personnel an stopover Aug. 11-12 on across- to get some first country trip from the Air with the National Guard in Fargo, N.D. B DANCE MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY And CYSTIC FIBROSIS :iiiill Presently more than 1,000 F- 4s are in the Air Force in- ventory. They are assigned to the Tactical Air Command, United States Air Forces in Europe, Pacific Air Forces, Alaskan Air Command, Air Force Systems Command, Air Force Logistics Command, Air National Guard and the Air Force Reserve. The F-4 Phantom II is a twin-engine, all-weather, tactical fighter-bomber. All F- 4 models have folding wings for easy aircraft storage and ground handling. It can perform three tactical air roles--air superiority, in- terdiction and close-air support--as it did in Southeast Asia during the Vietnam conflict. The Air Force flew its first F4 model--the F-4C--in May 1963. It is the Navy's F-4B model modified to meet Air Force requirements. These modifications include wider- tread, low-pressure tires; larger wheels and brakes; cartridge starters; dual controls; boom in-flight refueling; and an inertial navigation system. This model has a podmounted 20mm multibarrel gun and outer mountings for a large weapon load. The Air National Guard began flying the F-4C in January 1972. The Air Force Reserve received its first Phantom II in June 1978. The F-4D model has major changes that increase ac- curacy in weapons delivery. The Air Force received its first F-4D in March 1966; the Air National Guard received its first in 1977. r F4 Phantom II Bob Hanley and Reunited AUGUST 15th, 1981 9 P.M. til 1 A.M. ARMORY, Bradford, Vt. Doautlon - $4.00 per person CHINESE AUCTION mating Items: Call 802-222-5758 Spomm.e By VALLEY JAYCEES Coupes 14th at8 p.m. r Card Racing aim featuring SAT. 8:00 p.m. Rain Date RACES ADMISSION: 3.50 Adults =1.00 Child 4 k c0ueg" ord, Vermont 0e 0 to Weatherize ... DOORS UMom Pre-Hung To Your Specifications Storm Doors In Stock Exterior Doors In Stock Styles to Choose From1 Also ... ru Insulated Doors OUR EVERY DAY LOW PRICES ... FOR BENEFIT--New Hampshire March of Dimes poster child Tyler Jansen and Executive Director Paul R. Higgins with President Robert Waiters of Country Buick Dealers Assn., which donated 1981 Indianapolis pace car to be raffled for ,, March of Dimes. March of Dimes tO raffle car New Hampshire March pf community events and Laconia; Mid-Way Buick Dimes Birth DefectsiFoun - country fairs throughout New Opel, Inc., Somersworth; Hampshire and northern Smith Auto Sales, Lebanon; Massachusetts with the Tulley Buick-Pontiac, Inc., drawing of the winning ticket Nashua; R.E. Waiters Inc., taking place on Oct. 12. Salisbury, MA; and White The 1981 Indianapolis 54)0 Buick, Inc.,latter. pace Car, a Buick Regal is one " of only 101 built to com- memorate the race. It features a V-6 engine, T-roof, deluxe interior, air con- ditioning and many extras. The Country Buick Dealers Association members donating the car are: Capitol City Motors, Concord; Dar- tmouth Motor Sales, Newport; Dreher-Holloway Buick, Pontiac, Inc., Lowell, MA; McGreevy Buick-Cadillac, Change home decor for summertime With summer comes a changed lifestyle: more casual and fun loving. Why not simplify your life at home by making a few changes in your decor, and at the same time enjoy a new appearance? Take up area rugs in one or more rooms and send them to the cleaners. Then store then until fall leaving your floor bfire in a room or two. A bare floor is cooler for summer. Take advantage of the summer sun. Where privacy and heat do not present problems, remove window draperies and curtains and leave windows bare or use a curtain of hanging plants. Sheers or simple curtains made of light "summery" fabrics are other alternatives. The lighter the window, the airier the 'oom will look and feel. Move around some of your accessories and store others. The uncluttered, airy look of a few bare surfaces is a welcome relief in hot weather. Reposition furniture to take advantage of cross-ventilation dation Executive Director Paul Higgins and ,New Hampshire Poster Child Tyler Jansen recently accepted the keys to a 1981 India 500 Pace Car from R6 E. Waiters, President of the Country Buick Dealers Association. The Country Buick Dealers Association has donated the Pace Car to the New Hamp- shire March of Dimes for a fundraising promotion to "Help the March of Dimes Keep Pace" in the fight against birth defects. The March of Dimes will display the car and sell tickets at BAZ--AAR ;ITE--Newbury common on opening day of and cooler areas. Be creative and summerize your home. Cracker Barrel Bazaar. GARDEN CENTER--Display of Green Frog Garden Center of Bradford at Newlmry's Cracker Barrel Bazaar. Goal set for United Way of Upper Valley United Way of the Upper Valley has set a 1981-82 fund drive goal of $368,000, it was announced today by campaign chairman Vern Farnsworth of Quechee. And, while that represents a 15 per cent increase over the $320,000 raised last year, it may still not be enough to adequately meet the needs of United Way's 27 member agencies throughout Grafton, Windsor and nearby Orange and Sullivan counties in the face of severe federal budget cutbacks, Farnsworth said. In approving the goal recommended by Farn- sworth's campaign com- mittee, the United Way Board of Directors expressed con- cern about the fate of local service agencies. "With inflation already seriously impacting agency operations, the Board is worried about the more than a dozen programs which have been assisted by federal funds," said President Anne Silberfarb of Norwich. "Many of them face real problems which only a strong United Way drive can alleviate," she added. The campaign, which will be kicked off in September, raises funds to be allocated to the agencies for their 1982 operations. She said that the new, higher goal remains less than $8 per capita within the United Way's 48,000-population service area. In view of the $10 to $16 per capita in con- tributions in communities such as Keene, Laconia and Concord, board members expressed hope the goal would he exceeded. With the campaign ready to begin in two months, Farn- swarth stated that key com- mittees, campaign solicitor teams, and volunteers are now being assembled. More volunteers are needed. Per- sons interested in any aspect of the campaign can contact the United Way office in Lebanon. The Board also approved the following 27 member agencies as participants for inclusion in this year's drive: American Red Cross, Hanover and Lebanon Chapters; Boy Scouts of America, Daniel Webster and Green Mountain COuncil's Children's Center of the Upper Valley; Day Care Center, Norwich; Dresden ABC; Girl Scouts, USA, Swift Water Council; Grafton County Human Services Council; Hartford Day Care; Headrest; and Lebanon Area Health Council; LISTEN; Mayhew; New Hampshire NEWMAN LUMBER COMPANY, INC. Softwood Lumber Manufacturers WOODSVILLE, (603) 747-3351 NOW LOOKING FOR WORK FOR OUR D7G and D3 Catepillar Bulldozers and our large and small Graders Legal Assistance; Orford Day Care; Opportunity Center and Shakoma Family Daycare; RSVP of the Upper Valley; Upper Valley Day Nursery, Hanover; Upper Valley Senior Citizens Council; Upper Valley Development and Training Center; Upper Valley Youth Services; usa; Vermont Children's Aid Society; West Central Com- munity Mental Health Ser- vices; White River Council on Aging; and Women's Infor- mation Service (WISE). 5Pc. Pine 5 Pc. Pine or Maple Group Largest selection of calicos in' Upper Valley Quilting Butterick Supplies patterns including hoops New Christmas Placemat prints Kits are in Store Hour Tues.-Thurs. 10-5:30 Fri. 10-8 Sat. 10-5 A Second Concert Bradford Congregational Church Sunday, August 16, at 8:00 P. M. D. Jeffrey Fullerton, Flute Becky Ewing, Soprano Gail Powers, Piano Susan Spaulding, French Horn Katrina Munn, Accompanist (Benefit North Country Chorus trip to England) ADVANCE SALE TICKETS VAILABLE F MEMBERS OF NORTH COUNTF $3.00 Tickets also at door Ad Sponsored by Wells River Savings Bank SAVE qiZO0 Sets 36" x 36" table, with one leaf, opens to 48". Bullnose bumper edges protect table and chairs against scuffing, . : HiJh pressure plastic laminate top re;Jt$ stains and marrjngl PtJr mate's chairs reinforced and contoured for long comforLlble use. Beautifully finished on select hardwoods to add charm and warmth. ! 7 PC. Pine or Maple *388 PILGRIM STOCKS OVER 3S STYLES OF DINING ROOM SETS IN MAPLE, PINE, OAK and CHROME FINISH. Hard To Beatlll Want to feel good V7 Bulldozer avoiJable for bigge, (og, We have now started to collect unneeded tougher jobs, D3 bulldozer furniture, lamps, antiques, etc. for the Rotary available for smaller jobs. Club Scholarship Fall auction. We need what you no longer need. Phone George Karner at 603-747-2761 days for pickup. For further information please call 747.33Sl days and Leeds Ackerman after 6 p.m. evenhqp 787-6973. Route 302 Lisbon Road w.=.,,,::= 444-2033 FridtY Nlte rtl fo fkmsrdq 0.4.0 Littleton, N.H.