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E ,> The Dutch Treat Restaurant I & I . d" d de l mosaurs a wan r ust ecial/zffg tn authentic homema Italian a Amerctaculsine Pizza and sandwiches to go or stay. Enloy yourself in our mr-conditioned ka. .,e yo .o,a a= wat:h cta.: ovtes Da,y Wo:,a,s ,o. (continued from page IA) a ball-joint like a mammal's ures, longer then .. ealdast, lunch and dinner Children's plates available. Family dining, I vls. Me. AMEX ,, their eventual extinction, hip bone. Thus, dinosaurs along ! "U n I ik e m a m m a Is, were not agile-footed like were  river o, 7 o.m. - dos, z doys o **ek S23-S; dinosaurs had no special mountain goats or fast run- range, these A place to eat, drink and be merry B mechanism for the in{ernal nets like horses or camels, he Because of their physiology. September 23, 1981-The Second Opinion-Page 3A Ward's PROMISE...quality, with this ad on pizza production of heat," Hotton ;ERS FOR FALL ! ' for fashion. to wear these classics. them at H0vey's Sh0 SPECIAL to44 ss special sale groups in all Ladies, Mens, Childrens All atgreat savings! explains. "Rather, they kept warm with heat generated by muscle movements within their great bodies. In this respect, they resembled birds, but they lacked an insulating coat of feathers or hair." This was a physiology, according to Hotton, that was highly advantageous in the arid age during which dinosaurs originated. By attaining increasingly large size, dinosaurs found it easy to reduce heat transfer, main- tain a high constant tem- perature and conserve water. Dinosaurs were not torpid and slow as was once com- monly believed. Their distinctive physiology dic- tated a lifestyle of great ac- tivity. But, Hofton maintains, dinosaurs definitely did not have a "mammal-like gait," as advocates of the warm- blooded dinosaur theory have suggested. His studies of dinosaur bone structure show that the dinosaur hip bone did not have Ore, b fee/I/ Spark Plug  Extra Chain l Six Pack Oil FREE! 1 Gas can FREE! I Pair Gloves FREE! I Wedge FREE! i File Guide w-file WITH THE PURCHASE OF ANY NEW ECHO CHAIN SAW s Small Engines N.H. (603) 787-6770 Mon-Thurs 8-6 Fri. 8-8 Sat. 8-3pm says. Instead, the hip joint and the configuration of the rest of the dinosaur's leg struc- ture-along with its thermal physiology--fit a view that dinosaurs walked "slowly and steadily" over long distances, gathering the food they needed along the way to keep themselves going. As Hotton envisions the scene, hadrosaurs and other migrating dinosaurs would have begun to drift northward in the spring as they became aware that rising tam- daylight the numerous foot prints left hours and new plant growth along ancient mudflats and were extending their foraging river margins. By analyzing dinosaurs were highly sen- sitive and dependent on stable environmental temperatures. Migrating would have made it possible for them to avoid temperature extremes. Hotton speculates that drastic changes in world seasonal temperatures about 65 million years ago may, in the end, have been responsible for their extinction, though they reigned supreme for more than 140 million years. Scientists know that dinosaurs traveled in herds rather than singly because of * What's the process in process cheese? (continued from page 2A) heating the milk, adding a coagulating agent such as rennin, cutting the curd, heating it, draining the whey, pressing and finally placing it m a refrigerated room, where it is aged naturally. Pasteurized process cheese is not made directly from milk; it is made from natural cheese. The U.S. Department of Agriculture estimates that at least one-third of all natural cheese produced in this country is used to make process cheese. Process cheese is not aged. In fact, one of its advantages is that pasteurization kills microorganisms that cause both aging and spoilage, so it lasts longer than natural cheese. Preservation was the goal when food scientists in Ger- many and Switzerland first began heating ancLanning cheese in 1895. Canned Camembert from Germany was sold in the U.S. as early as 19M, and the first U.S. patent for processing cheese was issued to J.L. Kraft in 1916. Government Maintains Standards The ingredients, processes and final composition of pasteurized process cheese are regulated by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' Food and JOHNSON'S FALL Drug Administration (FDA). Moisture and fat content are almost identical to most natural cheeses. Process cheese may contain only one percent more moisture than the maximum legal limit for the natural cheese from which (please turn to page 6A) mmmm \\; egl. 241 dim OCT. 3 Look over our catalog, either at our store, or at home. Big Savings on insulating devices, heaters, home fix-up & decorating items. Also, chain saws and much much more. Pick up your FREE copy of the Do-It-Yourself Guide to Weatherizing Your Home while ih the store. ALL SALE ITEMS ARE NET, CASH & CARRY JOHNSON'S HONE CENTER \\; \\; \\; \\; \\; \\; \\; ROUTE 12-A, WEST LEBANON -- 298-5778 IlOUllS= 7 oan.-7 p.m. Dam. tim, Thurs. 7 a.m..l p.m. Fri. 7 a.m,-S p.m. Set, REFRIGERATORS \\; $ \\; \\; \\; \\; \\; MODEL NUMBER N \\; % N \\; \\; 2222-4484 Main St. Bradford, vermo= Your Complete Heating-Appliance-TV Center preserved footprints, they also have estimated how fast the great beasts traveled. ttotton calculates that, even with a leisurely pace, it would have been quite possible for the hadrosaurs to travel from their winter to summer range and back in a year's time. What did they do once they reached the north? Hotton believes that the migration climaxed with mating and laying eggs, as it does with birds. Presumably, the dinosaur hatchlings could either have accompanied the adult dinosaurs back on the southward trek, or if they grew slowly, hibernated through the first winter. "There is grandeur in this view of migration as an in- tegral feature of dinosaur life," Hotton says, noting that man has been fascinated by the migrations of animals for hundreds of centuries. "These great animals would have surged northward and south- ward with the seasons like a living tide. They were perhaps the greatest terrestrial travelers the world has ever known--truly happy wan- derers." e o WINDOWS WINDOWS. WINDOWS Have You Checked Yours? Are They Broken or Rotted? We'll Custom Build Them For You ... Bring Us Your Specifications. (Including Special Sizes) Place Orders Early Before Cold Weather Arrives SHOP OUR EVERY DAY LOW PRICES ... We're Hard To BeatH! OUTSIDE PAINT STAIN FACTORY MIXED COLORS IN ACRYLIC-LATEX, ALKYD & LINSEED OIL BASES. CHOOSE FROM HOUSE PAINTS, SEMI-TRAN. & SOLID STAINS. In Stock WALLCOVERINGS , FIRST QUALITY --.MAJOR BRANDS LARGEST SELECTION NORTH OF BOSTON F Save 20-70%OFF REG. LISTS q WOODSVILLE w. LEBANON LACONIA Central St. KEENE * CONCORD 747.3743 SALEM * HAMPTON MILFORD friendly service, satisfaction, md ALWAYSa FAIR PRICE blazers! Your best buy for fashion! With skirts, pants, even dresses...there's more than one way to wear these classic blazers! save '11.OO our fully lined wool blazers quality, regularly priced $75 Sizes 8 to 18 in grey, navy. camel, brown, block, rust, oncl toden. same *64 our fully lined lush velvet quality, regularly priced $69 Sizes 8 to 18 In iolac navy, wine. ancl grey. 1 sharpl ,*,* '59 save $5.00 our regular $18 acrylic, pull-on pants in six color sale $15 In petite and average lengths. gzes 8 to 20. in no W, grey, berry, con, ffeen, and brown. save $5.00 our regular $16.00 textured pull-on pant, solids/plaids sale $II.OO .., .v SOI colors OnCJ fOUr great m c,:. save $5.OO bur regular $]5 stretch poly, fly front comfort pant sale $IO Petite ancl average lengths, sizes 8 to 18 in navy, Drown, berry, , grert . Ond IDCock. save '1.00 genuine sueded leather espadrille with full leather wrapped wedge re;l/arly sale '18 FOFs most popular shoe in narrow, medium, and wiOe widths. Sizes 5 to IO. Perfect for work. dress, or In black, navy, and brown save $5.00 our reg. S25 fair-ile 3 button pull-over same $20 The classic look that goes with everything. Choose Trom o great colors. Sizes small-me- dium-large. Bonnie 00NE_E save 2000, qllly kneht's In ouas, stripes, and argyles for BACK to CAMPUS reg. $225 to $4.50 sole $16 to $3 60 quallty that you know and trusfl Super cok: sect and of course =zes for all. Designs and sty to suit every mood and every wardrobe. Hurryl Main Street HANOVER, N.H. Phone 643-3109 Open dally 9 to 5 Main Street BRADFORD, VT. Phone 222-9012 Open dally 9 to 5, Frl. 'tll 8 p.m. E ,> The Dutch Treat Restaurant I & I . d" d de l mosaurs a wan r ust ecial/zffg tn authentic homema Italian a Amerctaculsine Pizza and sandwiches to go or stay. Enloy yourself in our mr-conditioned ka. .,e yo .o,a a= wat:h cta.: ovtes Da,y Wo:,a,s ,o. (continued from page IA) a ball-joint like a mammal's ures, longer then .. ealdast, lunch and dinner Children's plates available. Family dining, I vls. Me. AMEX ,, their eventual extinction, hip bone. Thus, dinosaurs along ! "U n I ik e m a m m a Is, were not agile-footed like were  river o, 7 o.m. - dos, z doys o **ek S23-S; dinosaurs had no special mountain goats or fast run- range, these A place to eat, drink and be merry B mechanism for the in{ernal nets like horses or camels, he Because of their physiology. September 23, 1981-The Second Opinion-Page 3A Ward's PROMISE...quality, with this ad on pizza production of heat," Hotton ;ERS FOR FALL ! ' for fashion. to wear these classics. them at H0vey's Sh0 SPECIAL to44 ss special sale groups in all Ladies, Mens, Childrens All atgreat savings! explains. "Rather, they kept warm with heat generated by muscle movements within their great bodies. In this respect, they resembled birds, but they lacked an insulating coat of feathers or hair." This was a physiology, according to Hotton, that was highly advantageous in the arid age during which dinosaurs originated. By attaining increasingly large size, dinosaurs found it easy to reduce heat transfer, main- tain a high constant tem- perature and conserve water. Dinosaurs were not torpid and slow as was once com- monly believed. Their distinctive physiology dic- tated a lifestyle of great ac- tivity. But, Hofton maintains, dinosaurs definitely did not have a "mammal-like gait," as advocates of the warm- blooded dinosaur theory have suggested. His studies of dinosaur bone structure show that the dinosaur hip bone did not have Ore, b fee/I/ Spark Plug  Extra Chain l Six Pack Oil FREE! 1 Gas can FREE! I Pair Gloves FREE! I Wedge FREE! i File Guide w-file WITH THE PURCHASE OF ANY NEW ECHO CHAIN SAW s Small Engines N.H. (603) 787-6770 Mon-Thurs 8-6 Fri. 8-8 Sat. 8-3pm says. Instead, the hip joint and the configuration of the rest of the dinosaur's leg struc- ture-along with its thermal physiology--fit a view that dinosaurs walked "slowly and steadily" over long distances, gathering the food they needed along the way to keep themselves going. As Hotton envisions the scene, hadrosaurs and other migrating dinosaurs would have begun to drift northward in the spring as they became aware that rising tam- daylight the numerous foot prints left hours and new plant growth along ancient mudflats and were extending their foraging river margins. By analyzing dinosaurs were highly sen- sitive and dependent on stable environmental temperatures. Migrating would have made it possible for them to avoid temperature extremes. Hotton speculates that drastic changes in world seasonal temperatures about 65 million years ago may, in the end, have been responsible for their extinction, though they reigned supreme for more than 140 million years. Scientists know that dinosaurs traveled in herds rather than singly because of * What's the process in process cheese? (continued from page 2A) heating the milk, adding a coagulating agent such as rennin, cutting the curd, heating it, draining the whey, pressing and finally placing it m a refrigerated room, where it is aged naturally. Pasteurized process cheese is not made directly from milk; it is made from natural cheese. The U.S. Department of Agriculture estimates that at least one-third of all natural cheese produced in this country is used to make process cheese. Process cheese is not aged. In fact, one of its advantages is that pasteurization kills microorganisms that cause both aging and spoilage, so it lasts longer than natural cheese. Preservation was the goal when food scientists in Ger- many and Switzerland first began heating ancLanning cheese in 1895. Canned Camembert from Germany was sold in the U.S. as early as 19M, and the first U.S. patent for processing cheese was issued to J.L. Kraft in 1916. Government Maintains Standards The ingredients, processes and final composition of pasteurized process cheese are regulated by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' Food and JOHNSON'S FALL Drug Administration (FDA). Moisture and fat content are almost identical to most natural cheeses. Process cheese may contain only one percent more moisture than the maximum legal limit for the natural cheese from which (please turn to page 6A) mmmm \\; egl. 241 dim OCT. 3 Look over our catalog, either at our store, or at home. Big Savings on insulating devices, heaters, home fix-up & decorating items. Also, chain saws and much much more. Pick up your FREE copy of the Do-It-Yourself Guide to Weatherizing Your Home while ih the store. ALL SALE ITEMS ARE NET, CASH & CARRY JOHNSON'S HONE CENTER \\; \\; \\; \\; \\; \\; \\; ROUTE 12-A, WEST LEBANON -- 298-5778 IlOUllS= 7 oan.-7 p.m. Dam. tim, Thurs. 7 a.m..l p.m. Fri. 7 a.m,-S p.m. Set, REFRIGERATORS \\; $ \\; \\; \\; \\; \\; MODEL NUMBER N \\; % N \\; \\; 2222-4484 Main St. Bradford, vermo= Your Complete Heating-Appliance-TV Center preserved footprints, they also have estimated how fast the great beasts traveled. ttotton calculates that, even with a leisurely pace, it would have been quite possible for the hadrosaurs to travel from their winter to summer range and back in a year's time. What did they do once they reached the north? Hotton believes that the migration climaxed with mating and laying eggs, as it does with birds. Presumably, the dinosaur hatchlings could either have accompanied the adult dinosaurs back on the southward trek, or if they grew slowly, hibernated through the first winter. "There is grandeur in this view of migration as an in- tegral feature of dinosaur life," Hotton says, noting that man has been fascinated by the migrations of animals for hundreds of centuries. "These great animals would have surged northward and south- ward with the seasons like a living tide. They were perhaps the greatest terrestrial travelers the world has ever known--truly happy wan- derers." e o WINDOWS WINDOWS. WINDOWS Have You Checked Yours? Are They Broken or Rotted? We'll Custom Build Them For You ... Bring Us Your Specifications. (Including Special Sizes) Place Orders Early Before Cold Weather Arrives SHOP OUR EVERY DAY LOW PRICES ... We're Hard To BeatH! OUTSIDE PAINT STAIN FACTORY MIXED COLORS IN ACRYLIC-LATEX, ALKYD & LINSEED OIL BASES. CHOOSE FROM HOUSE PAINTS, SEMI-TRAN. & SOLID STAINS. In Stock WALLCOVERINGS , FIRST QUALITY --.MAJOR BRANDS LARGEST SELECTION NORTH OF BOSTON F Save 20-70%OFF REG. LISTS q WOODSVILLE w. LEBANON LACONIA Central St. KEENE * CONCORD 747.3743 SALEM * HAMPTON MILFORD friendly service, satisfaction, md ALWAYSa FAIR PRICE blazers! Your best buy for fashion! With skirts, pants, even dresses...there's more than one way to wear these classic blazers! save '11.OO our fully lined wool blazers quality, regularly priced $75 Sizes 8 to 18 in grey, navy. camel, brown, block, rust, oncl toden. same *64 our fully lined lush velvet quality, regularly priced $69 Sizes 8 to 18 In iolac navy, wine. ancl grey. 1 sharpl ,*,* '59 save $5.00 our regular $18 acrylic, pull-on pants in six color sale $15 In petite and average lengths. gzes 8 to 20. in no W, grey, berry, con, ffeen, and brown. save $5.00 our regular $16.00 textured pull-on pant, solids/plaids sale $II.OO .., .v SOI colors OnCJ fOUr great m c,:. save $5.OO bur regular $]5 stretch poly, fly front comfort pant sale $IO Petite ancl average lengths, sizes 8 to 18 in navy, Drown, berry, , grert . Ond IDCock. save '1.00 genuine sueded leather espadrille with full leather wrapped wedge re;l/arly sale '18 FOFs most popular shoe in narrow, medium, and wiOe widths. Sizes 5 to IO. Perfect for work. dress, or In black, navy, and brown save $5.00 our reg. S25 fair-ile 3 button pull-over same $20 The classic look that goes with everything. Choose Trom o great colors. Sizes small-me- dium-large. Bonnie 00NE_E save 2000, qllly kneht's In ouas, stripes, and argyles for BACK to CAMPUS reg. $225 to $4.50 sole $16 to $3 60 quallty that you know and trusfl Super cok: sect and of course =zes for all. Designs and sty to suit every mood and every wardrobe. Hurryl Main Street HANOVER, N.H. Phone 643-3109 Open dally 9 to 5 Main Street BRADFORD, VT. Phone 222-9012 Open dally 9 to 5, Frl. 'tll 8 p.m.