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September 23, 1981-The Journal Opinion-Page 5 " gh Fi I m. d" Clean+Air Act Thou t$ on the . na su mer stan he( frompage ) rain andtooutlinealong-termprocedure ! 00Out of Doors r onme s tennis of Polluted Air (Nonat- on how regulation should be determined , m - fo B Oak Areas)-- Areas of the country, and applied. In September and October, I q  -- 'r: . FAIRLEE--The summer Summer Standings: that have air dirtier than will participate in, and sponsor, hearings i ( standards are required by law to on acid rain and the Clean Air Act in both by Gary W= Moo : tennis season is over at the Points were amassed on the (" 1 Sports Bonnie Oaks resort at Lake / Marcy. Bonnie Oaks officials report it was a good summer towards clean up and to use the Science and Technology Committee  ............... . ,- ies so facilities will pollute and the Energy and Commerce Committee -- -- .............. - - emissions rates which has primary jurisdiction for re- DEPUTY WARDENSTRAIN for tennis at the club. Bonnie for cleaning working the Clean Air Act. The Vermont Deputy Game Warden Force is a vital part of Oaks tied the Treasure Island areas was 1975. There Further, I support amending the Act to the effort to enforce the fish and game laws. The deputies are Tennis Club in this summer's repeated extensions and allow states like New Hampshire, which men, and an occasional woman, who work part-time under tournament and 1981 Tennis will be pressured by the receive pollution from other states in the the supervision of the district warden. Pro Ken Botelho has an- to extend these deadlines form of acid rain, to sue the contributing The Vermont force is especially well trained and it is the nounced he will be returning some pollutants and 1987 for state for correction of the problem. I will aim of the department to keep them trained and equipped to to Bonnie Oaks for the 1982 like Los Angeles and also support immediate regulatory relief better do the difficult job they encounter, season. that will lower sulfur emissions from mid- I have had a chance to see first-hand the training program The final summer points Programs-- Presently west coal burning plants; along with the during the past two months. I must say that I was impressed standings are in. Walter responsible for implementation introduction of federal funding to assist in with the intensity of the training and of the caliber of the part Gaylor and Dietz Mason were Environmental Protection paying the cost of the capital investments time officers, men's and women's chain- Serving in an oversight role. in equipment necessary to reduce sulphide In August Warden Training Officer Ken Denton invited me pions respectively. Manning must determine whether this emissions, to visit Buck Lake in Woodbury to see what was being done. Brown was voted most ira- should remain entirely with In summary, these in broad terms are Due to a commitment I could not get to the Lake, but I did proved male player and and if so should deadlines and some of the major points of controversy in manage to get to the Fish and Game Range in Middlesex that Marcia Tomlinson was voted for failing to meet ira- the Clean Air Act. Sunday morning to see the officers qualify with their most improved female player. plans be strengthened or When the debate in Congress begins, I weapons. will also be asked to believe that Clean Air Act critics will find This past weekend I had the pleasure of spending some Lipton Iced Tea Mixed Doubles winners were public participation for it difficult to argue against the case that time with the deputies at the Conservation Camp on Lake General and Mrs. Jeane clean air standards can be first, the Clean Air Act has achieved large Bomoseen where the same program was conducted as the Stiles. and what strategies will induce, scale improvements in air quality and one I had missed in August. Bonnie Oaks Tennis force, states to comply with second, that a strong national air pollution The program of instruction began at 7 p.m. on Friday and control program is supported nationwide, broke for the night at 11 p.m. Subjects covered were the use Club 1981 Final Pollutants-- Both en- According to a recent Appalachian of force, retaining control of the weapon and the basics of and the Administration Mountain Club article drafted by en- shooting. a new program must be im- vironmentalists throughout the Northeast, emissions of toxic today, there are 40 percent fewer pollution pose serious potential causing particles emitted into the at- term health hazards for mosphere then there were 10 years ago; animal life. Congress will be sulphur dioxide levels in air have been to make decisions on listing and reduced by 70 percent, and center city toxic at a quicker carbon monoxide levels have declined at a be expected in its steady rate of seven percent annually. the clean Air Act. A recent Harris Survey Poll demon- When rain combines with strated overwhelming public support in from coal burning plants America .for making current en- oxide primarily from auto vironmental laws even tougher. Of those it produces acid rain. Acid rain polled, 38 percent want to make the Act most serious environmental stricter, 48 percent favor keeping the Act Officers qualifying with hand guns on pistol range. Hampshire, the as it is, and only 12 percent want tomake it and other countries of less strict. Lou Harris concluded: Saturday, the group was divided in half with one group that rely on their natural "Clearly, there is no mandate at all for going to Proctor to qualify with their weapons in the steady as a source of commerce and repeal of or serious cutbacks in the Clean downpour which made things difficult. The other half of the Air Act; instead, the trend is toward even deputies stayed at the camp for CPR instruction. After lunch, this problem Congress stricter enforcement of the present the groups changed with each other and the same instruction alternatives ranging from regulations." was given as in the morning. of research and development The pattern of support, as indicated in Following dinner the group had two hours of duck iden- lathe implementation of control the Harris Poll, for at least maintaining tification after which they were free for the rest of the night. present environmental laws, and in many Sunday morning classes covered the new law book, citations acid rain is so critical cases making them stricter, should offer and arrests. The,-afternoon was used for correcting the interests, I have guidance to Congress when reevaluating problems that some shooters had on the range the day before. role in redrafting the Clean the Clean Air Act. The Vermont Criminal Justice Training Council requires ensure that this problem is New Hampshire residents have that each law officer qualify with his weapon each year and adequately addressed. In demonstrated to me that clean air and that cach year he have CPR. This requirement was the major and Technology Committee, water is of primary importance to them. In aim of the fall schools. control over rearch and redrafting the Clean Air Act, I will take an Each spring, two more weekends are set aside for training strategies for the Act, I have active role in developing solutions to the and the subjects cover the whole gamut of law enforcement. legislation designed to acid rain problem and maintaining the The Vermont Deputy Wardens far surpass the minimum increase research on acid utility of the Clean Air Act. training standards and they are proud of it. The instruction is under the direction of Training Officers Denton and Rowden. They were assisted by Hunter Safety thoughts on town caucuses Coordinator Dockum, Wardens Nuse and Kapusta who teach firearms and other officers who gave parts of classes. The (ontinued from page 4) speaking in wild generalizations, try to CPR was given by a group under the direction of Linda to risk disagreement hear what their own experience really is. Foote, RN. that it is often handled Remember that humor can always help fear and resentment. We pull people together -- especially if you're WARDENS SCORE AT NATIONAL SHOOT how to use a political forum willing to laugh at yourself sometimes. The Vermont wardens returned Friday night from Des the discussion, not just to ex- And choose a leader who can run a Moines, Iowa where they did very well in the NationalPolice and frustration. So I en- meeting well. + Combat ChampionsbJpa. ..... ,o, to do several things: When ,,Maybe the caucus won't be the pla you The Vermonters took second place in the four,man con- speak to the greatest extent take up this challenge, but whenever and servation officers event. They lost to California which has a The planning committee for your own direct experience, wherever you do, your participation will huge force to choose a team from. The same Vermont group the 1981 North Country YMCA Leadership Institute met on generalizations. When you help make this system work the way we placed 15th in the competition with all teams from all Saturday, Sept. 12, to finalize if someone else seems to be know it can. agencies. Warden Eric Nuse was the top Vermont Game Warden plans for the upcoming Shooter and he placed 3rd in the high master class. Deputy Leadership Training Institute. Girl Scouts Warden Shaeffer took 2nd in the expert class and will now The Leader,hip Training move up to the master class in the next meet. Institute will be held tile the r/per (continued from page 4) to hold WardensNuse, Kapusta, Stearns, HowlandandConlyand weekend of Sept. 25 through 27 Deputy Shaeffer competed against 880 of the top law en- at YMCA Camp Belknap on St. Jobnsbury Margaret Bourke-White was forcement shooters in the U.S. and showed that they could Lake Winnipesaukee. The ckard p00oto+ra0000 +or .n Three Day handle the high pressure and do well. For the second year in weekend is geared for student Quimby and article on the Connecticut leaders in North Country Barnet.The River, and she was flying k d a row they have returned to Vermont with significant wins. I spoke with Nuse and Kapusta and they had a lot of praise schools which include corn- being round, down the river from its source wee en for Warden Training Officer Denton who has been the coach munities such as Meredith, 16 sections, in northern New Hampshire THETFORD--Indoor and and mentor of the team for years. They were also grateful to Ashland, Plymouth, Lincoln, silo the when she happened to see the outdoor skills, career ex- the department for the help in getting schedules changedand Franconia, Bethlehem, Lit- free of round barn roof in Piermont. ploration, and training op- in the support given for the trip. tleton, Lisbon, Woodsville, only braces She landed in Springfield, portunities for all levels of Whitefield, Jefferson, roof against Mass., then drove way back Girl Scouting will be featured NATIONAL HUNTINGANDFISHINGDAY Gorham, Berlin, Lancaster, up to Piermont to find the barn during a three-day weekend September 26 has been proclaimed National Hunting and Groveton, N. Stratford, and photograph it. Mr. sponsored by the Swift Water Fishing Day in Vermont by Governor Snelling. Colebrook, and Pittsburg. Stevens' daughter, Helen Council for adults and Senior The day is set aside to recognize the contributions hunting Dearborn, remembers the Scouts, Sept. 25 through 27. and fishing have made toward the conservation effort and to occasion and has copies which To be held at the Council's the economy of the state. Hunters and anglers have financed Brad[ord Life sent her family of the Camp Farnsworth in Thet- conservation works that have been of a major benefit to all altends photographs of the barn and ford, Vt., the workshops and wildlife. her father and husband which seminars will enhance the Many animals are far more numerous today in Vermont DowserB convention appeared in the magazine, skills of volunteers as they than they were at the turn of the century. The black bear, DANVILLE--The Annual The farm was eventually work with their own troops white tailed deer, wild turkey, beaver, fisher, bobcat, American Society of Dowsers of the silo. It taken over by Helen's throughout the year. A Green Canada goose and the wood duck are all examples of game meeting in Danville, Vt. was place for a although the Circle demonstration will be that had disappeared or nearly so and are now doing well. recently attended by Bradford presented, and participants The governor's proclamation ends by urging "all citizens member George E. Din'gin. one would will have an opportunity to to join with sportsmen--conservationists--in a rededication Twenty states were was well climb Mt. Cube, take an all- to the wise use of our natural resources and their proper represented. convenience day river trip by canoe, or management for the benefit of future generations." The National Secretary Used to say learn fruit leathering and gave a report at the meeting. other ways to preserve food. GET PERMISSION FIRST all his cows Coordinating the event is I have long preached that hunters should ask the tan- During convention a series of Ann Eneguess of Pete r- downer for permission to hunt. The past couple of years the workshops were conducted. says husband, Henry Dearborn Jr., borough. Serving as in- single biggest complaint that I have received from tan- Leaders being many but the . prominent dowsers is Robert then about 13 years ago it was structors for the weekend of downers involves bow hunters. sold to George Schmid. It had training are Sybil Bond of Nothing infuriates the owner more than finding branches throughout the United States. been in the Stevens-Dearborn Manchester, Hazel Burns of hacked off an apple tree so that the bow hunter can get a Among the chapters barn, family for nearly 100 years. Milford, Sparkle Colby of better shot or a tree stand nailed to a prize oak. reporting further projects was Nowadays the barn is used Hanover, Louise Deseuza of Think of the future and the image that is created. Ask the Ray Willey Chapter of Florida who are to be involved built mostly for hay storage, more Ashland, Aria Eckert of permission, in researching 15 possible Wells modern hams having been Meredith, Sandy Eneguess of sunken galleon sites off the what is now built adjacent to it for the Peterborough, Nancy Frankel GAME MEETING IN THETFORD farm. cattle, of Manchester, Tom and There will bea meeting of the Upper Valley Fish and Game Florida Coast. All the 5,20 Wendy Ford of Franconia; Club on Tueeday, september 29 at 7 p.m. The meeting will be registered for convention George barn, Falrlee, c. 1918 Marta Gibbs of Brownsville, held at the American Legion Hall in Thefford. Call Harry agreed it was successfully aot have a Dates for next year's con- additional Around 1918 a round barn Vt.; Pat Hanson of Durham, Nash at 802-785-4006 for further details, conducted. Like was built on the present Don Vera Kirk of E. Hampstead ....... ..... vention were set for Sept. 14 the roof Stocking farm by Ami George, Lucille MacGregor of Brat-  ....... . + ......  = ....... ,, : ..... +  through 19. who was Kathryn Bat- tleboro, Vt., Kathy Eneguess ++: .......... the Baldwin chelder's father. It burned in Morse of Peterborough, ,. ............ ++::: ........ +,,L: 1949 while it was owned by a Martha Netsch of Manchester, Mr. Hobart. Don Stocking can Guy Newhall of Cochituate ....... ........ ..,, .... : point out the old round ham Mass., Diana Pearce of = -::,+ .. .- : .... :::;:::: ............ ::=: .... BABY GIRL ARRIVES foundation near his present Merrimack, Stephanie :+ ....... :: ............. : ........... :::: ................ ................. =-'=:: NORWICH--Mr. and Mrs. barn, on the side toward the Pearson of Bow, Myra Ranger MOOSE TAKES SWIM IN LAKE MOREY--This David Landeau, Sr., of Nor- main road. of Stratham, Cecile Robie of made his way to shore and wich are the parents of a new baby girl, Angela Mac, born ======================== Kingston, Ruth Schenck of young bull moose finally Keene, Helene Wardman of into the woods after a circuit or two around the lake. on Sept. 12 at Mary Hitcheock " ' TASKER'S WELL Hancock, and Jean Watson of Vermont wardens herded him to shore In boat (not Hospital in Hanover. We Need + Hanover. Registration information _shwn)'o. ....... __. ......... lm Your Business.' may be obtained from the Imm.. Ernest p lfftn 444-2742 Call collect. in 1906 IB' Swift Water Girl Scout Council's Administrative _ llll    Center at 325 Merrill Street in on the  Manchester, N.H. 03103, or by seAes ROIHIUCK, Woodsville, N.H. calling(603)627-4158. I CLEANERS WB.LSRIVERLANOROMAT, WelI, River. Vt. same PtK| STORE. Pike. N.H. Md.AM's STORE. g. Corinth, Vt as all the 603-942-8173 FAIRLEE GENIER&L. FolrlH, VL . Like the . ORFOROVILLE STORE, Orferdville, N.H not have 603-942-5581 NOTE & COMMENTS [ Your complete clothing ere center NORTH WOOD, N.H. A poll seems accurate when i For pick-up ond delivery service Photographer .-::::::=:._::.-::::___:. its results are for your side. L --- ' - " basis of 5 points for 1st place, 3 pointsfor2ndplaceandlpoint Fadden wins first for 3rd place. Tournaments were held every weekend and were open to all members and guests. Points 29 -- Walter Gaylor 20-- Dietz Mason 19 -- Marcia Tomlinson 9-- Madge Bain 8 -- Gary Tomlinson 6-- Manning Brown 6 -- tan Bain 5 -- Sarah Hennessey 5 -- Lise Miller 5-- Alan Bain 4 -- Pat Dwyer 3 -- Joe Blandin 3 -- Lois Drew 1 -- Dora Smith Anyone interested in joining our tennis fun may call 333- 4302 for information on next season's memberships and-or tournaments. Oxbow ready for '81 soccer.season BRADFORD--The Oxbow the spare attacker. High School Soccer "Olym- The O's open with league pians" have nine starters (NVAC Division V) foe U-32 in back this year; Coach Mike Bradford Sept. 16. They have Ca!lanan and his team are two games each with league ready to go. Although Oxbow fees U-32, Randolph, Har- lost in the Class I (now wood, Williamstown, Division II) final last season, Spaulding and Northfield. In Calianan thinks this year's addition, they have single team could go all the way. contests with Hartford and Callanan says his team has Woodsville. been working on speed and Junior Keith Bean is the short passes to prepare for goalie. He's bigger, stronger this season. He feels the fact and more confident than be that this year's team needed was the past two years. only polishing rather than Seniors Rick Teeter and training, could make all the Fred Allard return at difference, fullback,-Allard at the vi.tal The teams returning sweeper post. No worr|es players are, in general, about their ability on stronger in skills and ex-Callanan'spart. parience than last season. Senior Scott Knox and junior Senior striker Ron Hun- Nell Piper are the other two tington, who in three years has fullbacks -- the enid. non-vets 61 points (last year he scored on theclub, i  20 and had 10 assists) is the Bruce Jacobs and Mike key to the scoring. Six more Burnham are the capable points will tie now-junior high spare fullbacks. coach Rich Ciaflin's school Seniors Greg Garone and mark, and seven will break it. Gary Hayward, and already Senior David Rock and veteran sophomore Charlie junior Charlie Grant flank Barton are the halfbacks. Huntington to help lead the Andy Tomlinson and Mark offense. Osadchey, are the reserve Sophomore Chris Dickson is halfbacks. YMCA committee prepares for Leadership Trainine Institute This will be the third annual leadership weekend the NOrth Country YMCA has sponsored in hopes of strengthening and developing student leadership m area schools. Subjects to be examined are (1)Respon- sibilities as a leader (2) Parliamentary Procedure (3) Brainstorming activities (4) Public Speaking (5) Com- munication Skills-How to work effectively in groups. Debi Clark, Associate Director of the North Country YMCA will direct the third annual Leadership Training Institute in cooPeration with Peg and Gene Clark, Executive Director North Country YMCA and Director, Camp Belknap. race of the season MILTON, VT-- Stub Fadden attempted to go outside and may have saved his best for Barry went inside to finish last on the 1981 NASCAR second. Molson Tour. Mter being shut out of the winner's circle for a year, Fadden won his first feature of the 1981 season Saturday, Sept. 12, capturing the 100-lap Governor's Cup race at Catamount Speedway in Milton. Fadden beat Roger LaPerle on the restart of the 42rid lap, went into the lead for good and never looked back. He had to fight rePeated challenges by Mike Barry who finished second, as well as threats by Robbie Crouch who ended up third. Following Crouch were Roger LaPerle, Jean-Paul Cabana, Richard Pinkham, Gardiner Leavitt, J.P. Larose, Joey Kourafas, and Steve Poulin. Fadden started sixth in the field of 24 cars moved in front on the 42nd lap when Tim Dyk- man and Hector Leclair crashed into the wall on the main straightaway, bringing out the caution flag. Included in the lap 42 ac- cident were Poulin and Beaver Dragon, as well as Langis Caron and Claude Loclerc. The second caution came out on the 48th lap when tour point leader Dick McCabe cut a tire. The final caution flag flew when Peter Pizzagalli broke a rod and spun out on the 53rd lap. Barry, who started llth, attempted to go high to get past Fadden, and Crouch slipped underneath and into second place. Later, Crouch The first six cars finished under a blanket and in the same lap. Milt Wright, who started on the pole, led the first 4 laps. Laperle took over on the 5th and led until Fadden beat him on the restart. BEST OF PRESS Fair Play The trouble with being a good sport is that you have to lose to prove it. -Klying K., Kingsviile. 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September 23, 1981-The Journal Opinion-Page 5 " gh Fi I m. d" Clean+Air Act Thou t$ on the . na su mer stan he( frompage ) rain andtooutlinealong-termprocedure ! 00Out of Doors r onme s tennis of Polluted Air (Nonat- on how regulation should be determined , m - fo B Oak Areas)-- Areas of the country, and applied. In September and October, I q  -- 'r: . FAIRLEE--The summer Summer Standings: that have air dirtier than will participate in, and sponsor, hearings i ( standards are required by law to on acid rain and the Clean Air Act in both by Gary W= Moo : tennis season is over at the Points were amassed on the (" 1 Sports Bonnie Oaks resort at Lake / Marcy. Bonnie Oaks officials report it was a good summer towards clean up and to use the Science and Technology Committee  ............... . ,- ies so facilities will pollute and the Energy and Commerce Committee -- -- .............. - - emissions rates which has primary jurisdiction for re- DEPUTY WARDENSTRAIN for tennis at the club. Bonnie for cleaning working the Clean Air Act. The Vermont Deputy Game Warden Force is a vital part of Oaks tied the Treasure Island areas was 1975. There Further, I support amending the Act to the effort to enforce the fish and game laws. The deputies are Tennis Club in this summer's repeated extensions and allow states like New Hampshire, which men, and an occasional woman, who work part-time under tournament and 1981 Tennis will be pressured by the receive pollution from other states in the the supervision of the district warden. Pro Ken Botelho has an- to extend these deadlines form of acid rain, to sue the contributing The Vermont force is especially well trained and it is the nounced he will be returning some pollutants and 1987 for state for correction of the problem. I will aim of the department to keep them trained and equipped to to Bonnie Oaks for the 1982 like Los Angeles and also support immediate regulatory relief better do the difficult job they encounter, season. that will lower sulfur emissions from mid- I have had a chance to see first-hand the training program The final summer points Programs-- Presently west coal burning plants; along with the during the past two months. I must say that I was impressed standings are in. Walter responsible for implementation introduction of federal funding to assist in with the intensity of the training and of the caliber of the part Gaylor and Dietz Mason were Environmental Protection paying the cost of the capital investments time officers, men's and women's chain- Serving in an oversight role. in equipment necessary to reduce sulphide In August Warden Training Officer Ken Denton invited me pions respectively. Manning must determine whether this emissions, to visit Buck Lake in Woodbury to see what was being done. Brown was voted most ira- should remain entirely with In summary, these in broad terms are Due to a commitment I could not get to the Lake, but I did proved male player and and if so should deadlines and some of the major points of controversy in manage to get to the Fish and Game Range in Middlesex that Marcia Tomlinson was voted for failing to meet ira- the Clean Air Act. Sunday morning to see the officers qualify with their most improved female player. plans be strengthened or When the debate in Congress begins, I weapons. will also be asked to believe that Clean Air Act critics will find This past weekend I had the pleasure of spending some Lipton Iced Tea Mixed Doubles winners were public participation for it difficult to argue against the case that time with the deputies at the Conservation Camp on Lake General and Mrs. Jeane clean air standards can be first, the Clean Air Act has achieved large Bomoseen where the same program was conducted as the Stiles. and what strategies will induce, scale improvements in air quality and one I had missed in August. Bonnie Oaks Tennis force, states to comply with second, that a strong national air pollution The program of instruction began at 7 p.m. on Friday and control program is supported nationwide, broke for the night at 11 p.m. Subjects covered were the use Club 1981 Final Pollutants-- Both en- According to a recent Appalachian of force, retaining control of the weapon and the basics of and the Administration Mountain Club article drafted by en- shooting. a new program must be im- vironmentalists throughout the Northeast, emissions of toxic today, there are 40 percent fewer pollution pose serious potential causing particles emitted into the at- term health hazards for mosphere then there were 10 years ago; animal life. Congress will be sulphur dioxide levels in air have been to make decisions on listing and reduced by 70 percent, and center city toxic at a quicker carbon monoxide levels have declined at a be expected in its steady rate of seven percent annually. the clean Air Act. A recent Harris Survey Poll demon- When rain combines with strated overwhelming public support in from coal burning plants America .for making current en- oxide primarily from auto vironmental laws even tougher. Of those it produces acid rain. Acid rain polled, 38 percent want to make the Act most serious environmental stricter, 48 percent favor keeping the Act Officers qualifying with hand guns on pistol range. Hampshire, the as it is, and only 12 percent want tomake it and other countries of less strict. Lou Harris concluded: Saturday, the group was divided in half with one group that rely on their natural "Clearly, there is no mandate at all for going to Proctor to qualify with their weapons in the steady as a source of commerce and repeal of or serious cutbacks in the Clean downpour which made things difficult. The other half of the Air Act; instead, the trend is toward even deputies stayed at the camp for CPR instruction. After lunch, this problem Congress stricter enforcement of the present the groups changed with each other and the same instruction alternatives ranging from regulations." was given as in the morning. of research and development The pattern of support, as indicated in Following dinner the group had two hours of duck iden- lathe implementation of control the Harris Poll, for at least maintaining tification after which they were free for the rest of the night. present environmental laws, and in many Sunday morning classes covered the new law book, citations acid rain is so critical cases making them stricter, should offer and arrests. The,-afternoon was used for correcting the interests, I have guidance to Congress when reevaluating problems that some shooters had on the range the day before. role in redrafting the Clean the Clean Air Act. The Vermont Criminal Justice Training Council requires ensure that this problem is New Hampshire residents have that each law officer qualify with his weapon each year and adequately addressed. In demonstrated to me that clean air and that cach year he have CPR. This requirement was the major and Technology Committee, water is of primary importance to them. In aim of the fall schools. control over rearch and redrafting the Clean Air Act, I will take an Each spring, two more weekends are set aside for training strategies for the Act, I have active role in developing solutions to the and the subjects cover the whole gamut of law enforcement. legislation designed to acid rain problem and maintaining the The Vermont Deputy Wardens far surpass the minimum increase research on acid utility of the Clean Air Act. training standards and they are proud of it. The instruction is under the direction of Training Officers Denton and Rowden. They were assisted by Hunter Safety thoughts on town caucuses Coordinator Dockum, Wardens Nuse and Kapusta who teach firearms and other officers who gave parts of classes. The (ontinued from page 4) speaking in wild generalizations, try to CPR was given by a group under the direction of Linda to risk disagreement hear what their own experience really is. Foote, RN. that it is often handled Remember that humor can always help fear and resentment. We pull people together -- especially if you're WARDENS SCORE AT NATIONAL SHOOT how to use a political forum willing to laugh at yourself sometimes. The Vermont wardens returned Friday night from Des the discussion, not just to ex- And choose a leader who can run a Moines, Iowa where they did very well in the NationalPolice and frustration. So I en- meeting well. + Combat ChampionsbJpa. ..... ,o, to do several things: When ,,Maybe the caucus won't be the pla you The Vermonters took second place in the four,man con- speak to the greatest extent take up this challenge, but whenever and servation officers event. They lost to California which has a The planning committee for your own direct experience, wherever you do, your participation will huge force to choose a team from. The same Vermont group the 1981 North Country YMCA Leadership Institute met on generalizations. When you help make this system work the way we placed 15th in the competition with all teams from all Saturday, Sept. 12, to finalize if someone else seems to be know it can. agencies. Warden Eric Nuse was the top Vermont Game Warden plans for the upcoming Shooter and he placed 3rd in the high master class. Deputy Leadership Training Institute. Girl Scouts Warden Shaeffer took 2nd in the expert class and will now The Leader,hip Training move up to the master class in the next meet. Institute will be held tile the r/per (continued from page 4) to hold WardensNuse, Kapusta, Stearns, HowlandandConlyand weekend of Sept. 25 through 27 Deputy Shaeffer competed against 880 of the top law en- at YMCA Camp Belknap on St. Jobnsbury Margaret Bourke-White was forcement shooters in the U.S. and showed that they could Lake Winnipesaukee. The ckard p00oto+ra0000 +or .n Three Day handle the high pressure and do well. For the second year in weekend is geared for student Quimby and article on the Connecticut leaders in North Country Barnet.The River, and she was flying k d a row they have returned to Vermont with significant wins. I spoke with Nuse and Kapusta and they had a lot of praise schools which include corn- being round, down the river from its source wee en for Warden Training Officer Denton who has been the coach munities such as Meredith, 16 sections, in northern New Hampshire THETFORD--Indoor and and mentor of the team for years. They were also grateful to Ashland, Plymouth, Lincoln, silo the when she happened to see the outdoor skills, career ex- the department for the help in getting schedules changedand Franconia, Bethlehem, Lit- free of round barn roof in Piermont. ploration, and training op- in the support given for the trip. tleton, Lisbon, Woodsville, only braces She landed in Springfield, portunities for all levels of Whitefield, Jefferson, roof against Mass., then drove way back Girl Scouting will be featured NATIONAL HUNTINGANDFISHINGDAY Gorham, Berlin, Lancaster, up to Piermont to find the barn during a three-day weekend September 26 has been proclaimed National Hunting and Groveton, N. Stratford, and photograph it. Mr. sponsored by the Swift Water Fishing Day in Vermont by Governor Snelling. Colebrook, and Pittsburg. Stevens' daughter, Helen Council for adults and Senior The day is set aside to recognize the contributions hunting Dearborn, remembers the Scouts, Sept. 25 through 27. and fishing have made toward the conservation effort and to occasion and has copies which To be held at the Council's the economy of the state. Hunters and anglers have financed Brad[ord Life sent her family of the Camp Farnsworth in Thet- conservation works that have been of a major benefit to all altends photographs of the barn and ford, Vt., the workshops and wildlife. her father and husband which seminars will enhance the Many animals are far more numerous today in Vermont DowserB convention appeared in the magazine, skills of volunteers as they than they were at the turn of the century. The black bear, DANVILLE--The Annual The farm was eventually work with their own troops white tailed deer, wild turkey, beaver, fisher, bobcat, American Society of Dowsers of the silo. It taken over by Helen's throughout the year. A Green Canada goose and the wood duck are all examples of game meeting in Danville, Vt. was place for a although the Circle demonstration will be that had disappeared or nearly so and are now doing well. recently attended by Bradford presented, and participants The governor's proclamation ends by urging "all citizens member George E. Din'gin. one would will have an opportunity to to join with sportsmen--conservationists--in a rededication Twenty states were was well climb Mt. Cube, take an all- to the wise use of our natural resources and their proper represented. convenience day river trip by canoe, or management for the benefit of future generations." The National Secretary Used to say learn fruit leathering and gave a report at the meeting. other ways to preserve food. GET PERMISSION FIRST all his cows Coordinating the event is I have long preached that hunters should ask the tan- During convention a series of Ann Eneguess of Pete r- downer for permission to hunt. The past couple of years the workshops were conducted. says husband, Henry Dearborn Jr., borough. Serving as in- single biggest complaint that I have received from tan- Leaders being many but the . prominent dowsers is Robert then about 13 years ago it was structors for the weekend of downers involves bow hunters. sold to George Schmid. It had training are Sybil Bond of Nothing infuriates the owner more than finding branches throughout the United States. been in the Stevens-Dearborn Manchester, Hazel Burns of hacked off an apple tree so that the bow hunter can get a Among the chapters barn, family for nearly 100 years. Milford, Sparkle Colby of better shot or a tree stand nailed to a prize oak. reporting further projects was Nowadays the barn is used Hanover, Louise Deseuza of Think of the future and the image that is created. Ask the Ray Willey Chapter of Florida who are to be involved built mostly for hay storage, more Ashland, Aria Eckert of permission, in researching 15 possible Wells modern hams having been Meredith, Sandy Eneguess of sunken galleon sites off the what is now built adjacent to it for the Peterborough, Nancy Frankel GAME MEETING IN THETFORD farm. cattle, of Manchester, Tom and There will bea meeting of the Upper Valley Fish and Game Florida Coast. All the 5,20 Wendy Ford of Franconia; Club on Tueeday, september 29 at 7 p.m. The meeting will be registered for convention George barn, Falrlee, c. 1918 Marta Gibbs of Brownsville, held at the American Legion Hall in Thefford. Call Harry agreed it was successfully aot have a Dates for next year's con- additional Around 1918 a round barn Vt.; Pat Hanson of Durham, Nash at 802-785-4006 for further details, conducted. Like was built on the present Don Vera Kirk of E. Hampstead ....... ..... vention were set for Sept. 14 the roof Stocking farm by Ami George, Lucille MacGregor of Brat-  ....... . + ......  = ....... ,, : ..... +  through 19. who was Kathryn Bat- tleboro, Vt., Kathy Eneguess ++: .......... the Baldwin chelder's father. It burned in Morse of Peterborough, ,. ............ ++::: ........ +,,L: 1949 while it was owned by a Martha Netsch of Manchester, Mr. Hobart. Don Stocking can Guy Newhall of Cochituate ....... ........ ..,, .... : point out the old round ham Mass., Diana Pearce of = -::,+ .. .- : .... :::;:::: ............ ::=: .... BABY GIRL ARRIVES foundation near his present Merrimack, Stephanie :+ ....... :: ............. : ........... :::: ................ ................. =-'=:: NORWICH--Mr. and Mrs. barn, on the side toward the Pearson of Bow, Myra Ranger MOOSE TAKES SWIM IN LAKE MOREY--This David Landeau, Sr., of Nor- main road. of Stratham, Cecile Robie of made his way to shore and wich are the parents of a new baby girl, Angela Mac, born ======================== Kingston, Ruth Schenck of young bull moose finally Keene, Helene Wardman of into the woods after a circuit or two around the lake. on Sept. 12 at Mary Hitcheock " ' TASKER'S WELL Hancock, and Jean Watson of Vermont wardens herded him to shore In boat (not Hospital in Hanover. We Need + Hanover. Registration information _shwn)'o. ....... __. ......... lm Your Business.' may be obtained from the Imm.. Ernest p lfftn 444-2742 Call collect. in 1906 IB' Swift Water Girl Scout Council's Administrative _ llll    Center at 325 Merrill Street in on the  Manchester, N.H. 03103, or by seAes ROIHIUCK, Woodsville, N.H. calling(603)627-4158. I CLEANERS WB.LSRIVERLANOROMAT, WelI, River. Vt. same PtK| STORE. Pike. N.H. Md.AM's STORE. g. Corinth, Vt as all the 603-942-8173 FAIRLEE GENIER&L. FolrlH, VL . Like the . ORFOROVILLE STORE, Orferdville, N.H not have 603-942-5581 NOTE & COMMENTS [ Your complete clothing ere center NORTH WOOD, N.H. A poll seems accurate when i For pick-up ond delivery service Photographer .-::::::=:._::.-::::___:. its results are for your side. L --- ' - " basis of 5 points for 1st place, 3 pointsfor2ndplaceandlpoint Fadden wins first for 3rd place. Tournaments were held every weekend and were open to all members and guests. Points 29 -- Walter Gaylor 20-- Dietz Mason 19 -- Marcia Tomlinson 9-- Madge Bain 8 -- Gary Tomlinson 6-- Manning Brown 6 -- tan Bain 5 -- Sarah Hennessey 5 -- Lise Miller 5-- Alan Bain 4 -- Pat Dwyer 3 -- Joe Blandin 3 -- Lois Drew 1 -- Dora Smith Anyone interested in joining our tennis fun may call 333- 4302 for information on next season's memberships and-or tournaments. Oxbow ready for '81 soccer.season BRADFORD--The Oxbow the spare attacker. High School Soccer "Olym- The O's open with league pians" have nine starters (NVAC Division V) foe U-32 in back this year; Coach Mike Bradford Sept. 16. They have Ca!lanan and his team are two games each with league ready to go. Although Oxbow fees U-32, Randolph, Har- lost in the Class I (now wood, Williamstown, Division II) final last season, Spaulding and Northfield. In Calianan thinks this year's addition, they have single team could go all the way. contests with Hartford and Callanan says his team has Woodsville. been working on speed and Junior Keith Bean is the short passes to prepare for goalie. He's bigger, stronger this season. He feels the fact and more confident than be that this year's team needed was the past two years. only polishing rather than Seniors Rick Teeter and training, could make all the Fred Allard return at difference, fullback,-Allard at the vi.tal The teams returning sweeper post. No worr|es players are, in general, about their ability on stronger in skills and ex-Callanan'spart. parience than last season. Senior Scott Knox and junior Senior striker Ron Hun- Nell Piper are the other two tington, who in three years has fullbacks -- the enid. non-vets 61 points (last year he scored on theclub, i  20 and had 10 assists) is the Bruce Jacobs and Mike key to the scoring. Six more Burnham are the capable points will tie now-junior high spare fullbacks. coach Rich Ciaflin's school Seniors Greg Garone and mark, and seven will break it. Gary Hayward, and already Senior David Rock and veteran sophomore Charlie junior Charlie Grant flank Barton are the halfbacks. Huntington to help lead the Andy Tomlinson and Mark offense. Osadchey, are the reserve Sophomore Chris Dickson is halfbacks. YMCA committee prepares for Leadership Trainine Institute This will be the third annual leadership weekend the NOrth Country YMCA has sponsored in hopes of strengthening and developing student leadership m area schools. Subjects to be examined are (1)Respon- sibilities as a leader (2) Parliamentary Procedure (3) Brainstorming activities (4) Public Speaking (5) Com- munication Skills-How to work effectively in groups. Debi Clark, Associate Director of the North Country YMCA will direct the third annual Leadership Training Institute in cooPeration with Peg and Gene Clark, Executive Director North Country YMCA and Director, Camp Belknap. race of the season MILTON, VT-- Stub Fadden attempted to go outside and may have saved his best for Barry went inside to finish last on the 1981 NASCAR second. Molson Tour. Mter being shut out of the winner's circle for a year, Fadden won his first feature of the 1981 season Saturday, Sept. 12, capturing the 100-lap Governor's Cup race at Catamount Speedway in Milton. Fadden beat Roger LaPerle on the restart of the 42rid lap, went into the lead for good and never looked back. He had to fight rePeated challenges by Mike Barry who finished second, as well as threats by Robbie Crouch who ended up third. Following Crouch were Roger LaPerle, Jean-Paul Cabana, Richard Pinkham, Gardiner Leavitt, J.P. Larose, Joey Kourafas, and Steve Poulin. Fadden started sixth in the field of 24 cars moved in front on the 42nd lap when Tim Dyk- man and Hector Leclair crashed into the wall on the main straightaway, bringing out the caution flag. Included in the lap 42 ac- cident were Poulin and Beaver Dragon, as well as Langis Caron and Claude Loclerc. The second caution came out on the 48th lap when tour point leader Dick McCabe cut a tire. The final caution flag flew when Peter Pizzagalli broke a rod and spun out on the 53rd lap. Barry, who started llth, attempted to go high to get past Fadden, and Crouch slipped underneath and into second place. Later, Crouch The first six cars finished under a blanket and in the same lap. Milt Wright, who started on the pole, led the first 4 laps. Laperle took over on the 5th and led until Fadden beat him on the restart. BEST OF PRESS Fair Play The trouble with being a good sport is that you have to lose to prove it. -Klying K., Kingsviile. 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