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Page 8A-The Second Opinion-September 23, 1981 No Need to Rush t lIFllll I1 1!lib I1 IIJ I location available for lease NUMBER OF U.S.D.A.-APPROVED MOZZARELLA CHEESE PLANTS August 25th. Call 1-802-748- &apos; USE THIS HANDY WANT AD DO-IT-YOURSELF le " l ffeTfll-:1l-JW/ 5150. 4]50 square feet. tf--7- II " ' 15--< - I @:: .... EAST CORINTH" APART- 4 ROOM HOUSF, garage,  tl ;:::'::::::': .... -.::::::i:::':" To ploce your Ad. , . To find your Ad. , . Just pick the classificat MENT- Combination living- small front lawn. Village BRAD :!.!!!i!:" ;:!.:::::.::::!::.::: :..::: .. dtrectory and mail your Classified Ad with your check for the proper kitchen area, bedroom and water and sewer. No pets or Apartment -- Newly i:!i$::$i:!:!ji!:! i JOURNAL OPINION bath. $140. month 617-468-4970. children. 802-222-5735. tf--8- remodeled, 3 rooms, l I .j:'.:::.".'::::.' :7,Jr P o. Box 378 8t--10-7-- 26--c bedroom, new bathroom. . ".-.',':.:.:-:.:. Stove & refrig, furnished. $200 " " !:'" Bradford, Vermont 05033 _  ; plus utilities. Security 802-222- i !,.,. I.... . El , A.,r.A. rA,.." I 4412.3t--S-23-- i ii... CLAS',,FIED ADVERTtSING RATES Ili g E RENT'vo CbT :i:'i:::!ii.,.'.-..: $3 O0 for 20 words per week -"::'::::':':':':':":' IO cents for each additional word over 20 qllcatlml, tlrt,djl .at,ne!eravLo,43 j artment, wood stove, ldt, $100 for each additionol week ad is to run (up to 8 weeks) rn two room em, im.ll ,,,..%z.? .... [ k]tchenappliances, carpeted. A $1.0O billing cherge will be added to each clossified that we btll Ileal, ttUdleHy, II IIMI | I ivsemoer vt.-N.t. t, t Launaromat for tenants. $50. - ...... Mane THAN 10 ....... l., , l rr week Blackmount A ts tom wamr. imramll mmu ,-- . p ....... a- North Haverhill 603-787-6419 or o ' 'IWlS r@=.al_.l Ill| AVA|LABLE F'OR IM- 603-787"6762 4t.-- [] 14 PLEASE CECK CATEGORY YOU WISH TO HAVE YOUR CLASSIFIED LISTEDI , ,uses.  rrtyme| MEDIATE occupancy. A one ............... -----.. ABSOLUTELY FREE ' COLLECTOR'S ITEMS HOUSE I :Rmnm. anl.cmle:lll and a two bedroom apart., .... ., appimat'e am=  I meat. Both with bath, wall to I DORIS R. COLTON-- J LOST & FOUND RADIO & TV HOUSE I ovM In SIn newb, l wall carpeting, kitchen ap- j REALESTATE I PERSONALS PETS AUTOS& rk, eor-tl etk | pliances. Heat, lights, hot I East Thetford, Vt. 05043 [ CAR POOLS COAL, FUEL g WOOD FOR SALE livIng area tlimt mtM be| water, gas, and .rubbish J Telephone 802)333-4644 J ANNOUNCEMENTS WANTEDTO BUY MOB sql to be i "-L'-J ! removal lnCluaeo in rent i .......... "oosh i I Irt'mm. Cecuri,. , d_.. . r,,ir.a M2 I Kscnara UICKI ue, 1 ?. INSTRUCTION LET'S SWAP SERV all4e-wall eail)el his - - " 333-9623 UMBER OF U,$,D,A,-APPROVED CHEESE PLANT 8USIeSSOPPORTUNITIES . GARAGE SALES WAIT chsldren or ts in thss well been Intol. lldli for managed Pbutildin Mt MikeO'Donnell 33-920 SITUA11ONSWANTED ROOMS FOR RENI HELP u" | rellred . people, Very | Gardner Apts., 43 Central St., . i BOATS g ACCESSORIES APARTMENT FOR RENT reaoMble te. iI[me Row ! Woodsville, N H. Tel. 787-6280 ..... ,  ...... as it will soon be remind... I or 787-6355. Edward C. Patten. I -'| lLl III $1 ll'_l I G1 + ' 6, C O I 4tf--c ...... NTACT IIOVlii;YS i .............. COLEBROOK, N.H.-- 11 PLEASE ENTER MY CLASSIFIED ADAS FOLLOWS: RIIOP IN WIM)DNV|I,I,K. | $175. PER MONTH includes wooded acres $9,500.. Seasonal ..... - L ....  all. utilities in ........... thi now ant._ downrad" Excellent$123 per weWS.month$100to "'  2 3  -T - - 7 Statable for one person. _ ._L ,_,, ....... o, Securit and ef uwnw a. m,,--o-=,,. y r erences ___':- required. Convenient to at--so---p Bradford and Woodsville 603- --'-"-7"- --  ---' ---  1 - -" 15 - ' -" 959"5931" 8t--9"2 .-...'.:::l ,ll,,__ [r W VAELEY ASSOCIATES ------ -'-'------ -  0- 3,  Illl 21 North Main Street J 'rhat the p -,s Bradford, Vt. -__ _ . o [] 1, 3-7-- --  T--  "37  3 80.222.5544 in p cnee.$e [ "---" (continued from page 6A) WE MAY IIAVE A BUYER FOR YOUR IIOUSE. LISTWITil USTODAY! coloring, and spices; the "=h o,e I,..Ow.ee .md" acidity or pH may not be be- START MY CLASSIFIED AD ON ................ - .... low 4,5. Cold pack is usually produced from flavorful, well- .............. RUN MY CLASSIFIED AD TIMES. JUST REDUCED!00 A IIANDYMAN'S SPECIAL of an old 6 roOm frame cape. This Cape has 2 or more bedrooms (depending on you) and a bath. It sits on 2Vz+- acres. ONLY $23,000. I I NEWLY REDUCED CAPE 4 bedroom Cape with 2 acres and nice barn on main road offers the opportunity of a small farming operation; metal roof, clapboard exterior, oil hot water heat, cap insulation, attached two-car garage. This home Is a real bargain at $23,000. 1797 CAPE AND 110 ACRES This restored Cape has a beautiful rural setting with panoramic views, small pond, two barns plus a 2-car garage. Home is in good state of repair and has kit- chen, living room with woodstove, den with wood paneling, bedroom and bath on first floor; large bedroom, two smaller rooms, and bath on second floor. The privacy and views are the ultimate in country living. Pried at $175,000. MCINDOE FALLS 20 acres woedqand on town highway; rolling land with easterly exposure; taxes $86. Potential views by cutting trees. 18,5o0. HOME AND BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY Lovely village home with 2 acres of landscaped grounds and separate building set up for business or could he income-producing apartment. 4 bedroom home, newly redecorated, lSA baths, country kitchen, dining room, living room, TV room, study, many nice features. $79,000. RICHARDSON ASSOCIATES INCORPORATED 802-222-4043 The best in Modular Homes and Panelized Shells aged cheeses such as sharp Cheddar, Blue, Gorgonzola, Gruyere and Limburger. Its soft texture and zesty taste make it popular for serving on crackers or as a sandwich spread. Most often it is packaged in crocks, jars and tubs. Cold pack cheese food is like cold pack cheese except it may contain cream, milk, whey and sweeteners. This wide array of dairy products may seem somewhat confusing, but provides a variety of cheeses for dif- ferent consumer needs. From snacking to melting in a sauce to spreading on crackers to making a cheeseburger, there are real cheeses for every occasion. NUMBER OF U.S.DJ-APPROVED CHEDDAR CHEESE PLANTS MOIqE THAN 10 o II I i I I I Vermont cheese being promOted nationally dairy farmers are investing a substantial amount of money as their share of a $5 million national advertising cam- paign aimed at boosting the sales of real cheese. The "Cheese Adds a Slice of Life" promotion brings together funds from the entire dairy food industry, farmers, co-ops, manufacturers, brokers and retailers. Last year's first campaign of this type raised household purchases of cheese by 15.5 per cent during the three- month promotion period from September through November. This years goal is to increase purchases by another seven per cent. Dairying in Vermont is a better than $300 million in- dustry. Thus, the entire state has a stake in the success of this self-help effort. Dairy farmers in Vermont make their promotion investment through Milk Promotion Services, Inc. of Montpelier. The campaign is being directed through United Dairy Industry Assn. of which MPSI is a member unit. The fall campaign will feature major ads in newspapers, consumer magazines, network TV and radio. Individual stores, chains, and brands will be adding their own promotions in the form of coupons, con- tests, displays and tastings. There are guesstimates that those outside promotions will amount to between $15-25 million. It's considered a vote of Sofa & Chair ' Double Door Refrigerator Coffee Table Wood Dinette Set with 4 Chairs Deluxe Draperies Cathedral Living  me#.  ram. Room Ceiling / lllll t mm, tltl - STANDARD EQUIPMENT : IIII t |GENERAL INFORMATION LIVING ROOM KITCHEN-DINING AREA Miller Oil Gun or Carpet with Pad 30" Deluxe Gas Range Coleman Electric Furnace 40 Gal. Electric or 30 Gal. Gas Itot Water Heater Storm Windows ereo System Exclusively Offered by Benton Road Mobile Homes Vermont's more than 3,000 great confidence in the dairy President John Sliter says, "a farmers' promotion efforts, successful promotion this year UDIA Executive Vice will give us an increase of 138 ONIA INSURANCE I& REAL ESTATE AGENC' (',I'I)I'p |'. (ttlii I:l';lllk ('orblq Mice hcpard 60:}'8Z3"550 I"l';I II('l|llJ;I. . I I. 7$2D.th -- Mobile home w-attractively built addition. 4 bdrma., hmily rm., basement, kitchen & dining. Located on 2 acres, $t,me.ee. 7gD.--Walts River -- Woodframe home w-3 bdrms., attached garage, detached small barn for several cow, etc. w-plenty of hay storage. 3+- acres. $1,.00. 744D.--Falrlee -- Small one family frame dwelling ideally situated in village w-I acre for garden or small barn for raising your own beef. Priced to sell at $22,000.N. 0D.--Bradford -- 70+- acrm w-small house plus other building spots. Open fields, soft & hard- woads, good road frontage. $47,$00.0. George Huntington, Broker Edmund Bednarski, Salesman 222-5792 Particle Jepson, Salesman 2224788 Albino Leuthold, Salesman (e03)74I-312 t irl I III I I III II II . I I III IIIII II O'Brien Realty of Bradford JCT. 5 & 25 BRADFORD, VERMONT 0503:1' TEL: .2703 _ I1 _ Ill ...... __ _ NO. 4,MIA - 10 Ices, IInbll, $,  ,$00; woodod md on Chose HdlowRxl. !10. 4$11 -- heutiful 2 bedroom, 2 beth meek Mm.  lot. Just mdmnd tO see, re. NO. 4i1#- Howbury. New, custom crafted, white cedar, log home. Four teem;, expgndabto to six, with furl bsemont and well |nsolotad. Beeutikd kitchen with specious custom-halle obinuts, lovely living area with cust0m-mode lmndelier. This well.btm"t home has o wood-gs com- birmtion heating system for law heat bill end is si#uotnd on 2 beautiful acres. Ddvo out today and see thtl IOtl  1  from route 302 o Scoh:h Hallow Rood. Price $49,900.00. No. Jill- 27 acres. Ryogate, $4,500 (osktngh bordering Cobrn Pond, swamp, rood frontage; wooded; open; good for hunting camp. NO. 4516 - Ryngete -- Two for the pri of one -- New, nice 2-fmily homl-cm pretty lot. Reduced to $42,900. NO. 4540- Heet retirement herne on 2 beautiful acres on Goshen Rood in Bradford. $30,000. NO. 4561&-- 10 crel, Me-'m,W'f, $6,q00i  views; wooded; mmr Hall's Lake. N0. 4lt4 -- Ticklmgknd Prod, Ryegate, A of m  w 80 foot frontage, $2700, BKlrlcit"f i Im. Lke frent loft oe Id teflfd NO. 41111-10 ocrei, OIdl, bngtltgt lli, ll 5,000, NO. 419S -- 45 otrel, Coil, VT., $13,S00; bred(s, gl gmmng mul meters timber, good f Investnmt end rucreatk owner my tak back mng. million pounds or 23.6 per cent more cheese sold in 1981 than in 1979." A few facts on the im- portance of cheese; per capita consumption of cheese is more than 17z, pounds per year, twice the consumption in 1955. It reouires almost 10 rounds of milk to,make a pound of cheese; this means per capita consumption of milk in the form of cheese is more than twice that of fruits and equals that of .egetahles. Cheese manufacturing uses more than 25 per cent of the nation's milk production. The base price for fluid milk is based on the demand and price paid for milk to make cheese in Minnesota and Wisconsin. It is estimated that 1950'S cheese promotion saved taxpayers 150 million dollars. Had the cheese not been sold to consumers, the government would have been obligated to buy it under the price support program, all 90 million pounds. That first industry- wide campaign successfully reminded consumers of cheese and its benefits. The 1991 campaign will also emphasize the Real Seal, an identification program to aid consumers in selecting genuine dairy products which are in conformance with federal standards. The Real Seal is beginning to appear on cartons and packages con- taining only real dairy products. A recent taste test at the National Restaurant Association Show found visitors overwhelmingly favoring the real product when compared to imitation products. The preference for real cheese was about 13 to 1, demonstrating that most people can easily tell the difference and will choose real cheese OFF SYKES AVE. WHITE RIVER JCT., VT. Trade-ins 802-295-7104 welcome Financing Available MY CHECK IN THE AMOUNT OF $ ENCLOSED. NAME ADDRESS TOWN STATE NUMBER OF U.B.DJL--APPROVED SW188 CHEESE I I I ! Dieters don't need to fear the As barbecuing and cold first. Then while that is meals i collations begin to pall with cooking, keep mind and eye Don't spend end-of-summer storms, a occupied with the rest of the the kitchen. forecast of the colder weather meal, or with a diversion like hosting a to come, the kitchen life looms heavy for the dieter. Thoughts like "I can't lose weight because I cook for a large family," or "I live alone and have to cook for myself," or "I entertain a lot," are the kitchen cries of countless people trying to shed a few pounds. "But the kitchen doesn't have to he a fearful or time- consuming,place," says Nona I G. Lippert, president-director for Weight Watchers in Vermont. "Cooking can be fast and uncomplicated as well as interesting on a nutritionally balanced plan like ours that offers wine, stir-frying, peanut butter, popcorn and the like. And s'elf- management techniques, like the ones that are an integral part of the Weight Watchers Total Program, can help with the majority of psychologii:al obstacles to successful weight loss that crop up everywhere, not only in the kitchen. In our class, for instance, techniques are taught for getting help from loved ones, dealing with negative moods, and developing stronger motivation. Dealing with the kitchen is not difficult at all REDUCING YOUR once you know how," she said. CHANCES OF Here are a few suggestions HAVING A FIRE from the Weight Watchers Use EXTREME CARE with organization: Try not to go into the kitchen smoking materials and hungry. Plan a snack for right matches. Don't leave matches before you start cooking, so where small children can that more food doesn't wind up reach them. Forbid smoking in your mouth than on in bed ! another's plate. Look at the kitchen as a workroom and not an op- portunity to snack. If you consider it as simply the room INTERESTING FACT in which you do a job, you can The first escalator was the discourage the urge to take RenD Inclined Elevator, breaks with food. patented hy Jesse Rend of Cut the waiting time in food New York on March 15, 1892, preparation. A wait in the and first installed at the Old kitchen can mean weight on Iron Pier on Coney Island in the scale. So start the dish that the autumn of 1896. needs the lonaest preparation a favorite television or radio plan for more show. time- You don't have to taste to Simplify the t tell how good a dish is. Use belief that eyes and nose to judge for coming to texture and aroma and keep party more salt and pepper on the table food. for people to add to their rma You bet I am. I wanted an Edsel sell my 1964 Comet to get it. using the classifieds. All I and place the ads. Sold the the price I wanted, found a school teacher with an garagel Whether you're selling the place to do it classifieds.., they reach potential customers every inch they're the bigg They'll make a believer out Second 10 Page 8A-The Second Opinion-September 23, 1981 No Need to Rush t lIFllll I1 1!lib I1 IIJ I location available for lease NUMBER OF U.S.D.A.-APPROVED MOZZARELLA CHEESE PLANTS August 25th. Call 1-802-748- ' USE THIS HANDY WANT AD DO-IT-YOURSELF le " l ffeTfll-:1l-JW/ 5150. 4]50 square feet. tf--7- II " ' 15--< - I @:: .... EAST CORINTH" APART- 4 ROOM HOUSF, garage,  tl ;:::'::::::': .... -.::::::i:::':" To ploce your Ad. , . To find your Ad. , . Just pick the classificat MENT- Combination living- small front lawn. Village BRAD :!.!!!i!:" ;:!.:::::.::::!::.::: :..::: .. dtrectory and mail your Classified Ad with your check for the proper kitchen area, bedroom and water and sewer. No pets or Apartment -- Newly i:!i$::$i:!:!ji!:! i JOURNAL OPINION bath. $140. month 617-468-4970. children. 802-222-5735. tf--8- remodeled, 3 rooms, l I .j:'.:::.".'::::.' :7,Jr P o. Box 378 8t--10-7-- 26--c bedroom, new bathroom. . ".-.',':.:.:-:.:. Stove & refrig, furnished. $200 " " !:'" Bradford, Vermont 05033 _  ; plus utilities. Security 802-222- i !,.,. I.... . El , A.,r.A. rA,.." I 4412.3t--S-23-- i ii... CLAS',,FIED ADVERTtSING RATES Ili g E RENT'vo CbT :i:'i:::!ii.,.'.-..: $3 O0 for 20 words per week -"::'::::':':':':':":' IO cents for each additional word over 20 qllcatlml, tlrt,djl .at,ne!eravLo,43 j artment, wood stove, ldt, $100 for each additionol week ad is to run (up to 8 weeks) rn two room em, im.ll ,,,..%z.? .... [ k]tchenappliances, carpeted. A $1.0O billing cherge will be added to each clossified that we btll Ileal, ttUdleHy, II IIMI | I ivsemoer vt.-N.t. t, t Launaromat for tenants. $50. - ...... Mane THAN 10 ....... l., , l rr week Blackmount A ts tom wamr. imramll mmu ,-- . p ....... a- North Haverhill 603-787-6419 or o ' 'IWlS r@=.al_.l Ill| AVA|LABLE F'OR IM- 603-787"6762 4t.-- [] 14 PLEASE CECK CATEGORY YOU WISH TO HAVE YOUR CLASSIFIED LISTEDI , ,uses.  rrtyme| MEDIATE occupancy. A one ............... -----.. ABSOLUTELY FREE ' COLLECTOR'S ITEMS HOUSE I :Rmnm. anl.cmle:lll and a two bedroom apart., .... ., appimat'e am=  I meat. Both with bath, wall to I DORIS R. COLTON-- J LOST & FOUND RADIO & TV HOUSE I ovM In SIn newb, l wall carpeting, kitchen ap- j REALESTATE I PERSONALS PETS AUTOS& rk, eor-tl etk | pliances. Heat, lights, hot I East Thetford, Vt. 05043 [ CAR POOLS COAL, FUEL g WOOD FOR SALE livIng area tlimt mtM be| water, gas, and .rubbish J Telephone 802)333-4644 J ANNOUNCEMENTS WANTEDTO BUY MOB sql to be i "-L'-J ! removal lnCluaeo in rent i .......... "oosh i I Irt'mm. Cecuri,. , d_.. . r,,ir.a M2 I Kscnara UICKI ue, 1 ?. INSTRUCTION LET'S SWAP SERV all4e-wall eail)el his - - " 333-9623 UMBER OF U,$,D,A,-APPROVED CHEESE PLANT 8USIeSSOPPORTUNITIES . GARAGE SALES WAIT chsldren or ts in thss well been Intol. lldli for managed Pbutildin Mt MikeO'Donnell 33-920 SITUA11ONSWANTED ROOMS FOR RENI HELP u" | rellred . people, Very | Gardner Apts., 43 Central St., . i BOATS g ACCESSORIES APARTMENT FOR RENT reaoMble te. iI[me Row ! Woodsville, N H. Tel. 787-6280 ..... ,  ...... as it will soon be remind... I or 787-6355. Edward C. Patten. I -'| lLl III $1 ll'_l I G1 + ' 6, C O I 4tf--c ...... NTACT IIOVlii;YS i .............. COLEBROOK, N.H.-- 11 PLEASE ENTER MY CLASSIFIED ADAS FOLLOWS: RIIOP IN WIM)DNV|I,I,K. | $175. PER MONTH includes wooded acres $9,500.. Seasonal ..... - L ....  all. utilities in ........... thi now ant._ downrad" Excellent$123 per weWS.month$100to "'  2 3  -T - - 7 Statable for one person. _ ._L ,_,, ....... o, Securit and ef uwnw a. m,,--o-=,,. y r erences ___':- required. Convenient to at--so---p Bradford and Woodsville 603- --'-"-7"- --  ---' ---  1 - -" 15 - ' -" 959"5931" 8t--9"2 .-...'.:::l ,ll,,__ [r W VAELEY ASSOCIATES ------ -'-'------ -  0- 3,  Illl 21 North Main Street J 'rhat the p -,s Bradford, Vt. -__ _ . o [] 1, 3-7-- --  T--  "37  3 80.222.5544 in p cnee.$e [ "---" (continued from page 6A) WE MAY IIAVE A BUYER FOR YOUR IIOUSE. LISTWITil USTODAY! coloring, and spices; the "=h o,e I,..Ow.ee .md" acidity or pH may not be be- START MY CLASSIFIED AD ON ................ - .... low 4,5. Cold pack is usually produced from flavorful, well- .............. RUN MY CLASSIFIED AD TIMES. JUST REDUCED!00 A IIANDYMAN'S SPECIAL of an old 6 roOm frame cape. This Cape has 2 or more bedrooms (depending on you) and a bath. It sits on 2Vz+- acres. ONLY $23,000. I I NEWLY REDUCED CAPE 4 bedroom Cape with 2 acres and nice barn on main road offers the opportunity of a small farming operation; metal roof, clapboard exterior, oil hot water heat, cap insulation, attached two-car garage. This home Is a real bargain at $23,000. 1797 CAPE AND 110 ACRES This restored Cape has a beautiful rural setting with panoramic views, small pond, two barns plus a 2-car garage. Home is in good state of repair and has kit- chen, living room with woodstove, den with wood paneling, bedroom and bath on first floor; large bedroom, two smaller rooms, and bath on second floor. The privacy and views are the ultimate in country living. Pried at $175,000. MCINDOE FALLS 20 acres woedqand on town highway; rolling land with easterly exposure; taxes $86. Potential views by cutting trees. 18,5o0. HOME AND BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY Lovely village home with 2 acres of landscaped grounds and separate building set up for business or could he income-producing apartment. 4 bedroom home, newly redecorated, lSA baths, country kitchen, dining room, living room, TV room, study, many nice features. $79,000. RICHARDSON ASSOCIATES INCORPORATED 802-222-4043 The best in Modular Homes and Panelized Shells aged cheeses such as sharp Cheddar, Blue, Gorgonzola, Gruyere and Limburger. Its soft texture and zesty taste make it popular for serving on crackers or as a sandwich spread. Most often it is packaged in crocks, jars and tubs. Cold pack cheese food is like cold pack cheese except it may contain cream, milk, whey and sweeteners. This wide array of dairy products may seem somewhat confusing, but provides a variety of cheeses for dif- ferent consumer needs. From snacking to melting in a sauce to spreading on crackers to making a cheeseburger, there are real cheeses for every occasion. NUMBER OF U.S.DJ-APPROVED CHEDDAR CHEESE PLANTS MOIqE THAN 10 o II I i I I I Vermont cheese being promOted nationally dairy farmers are investing a substantial amount of money as their share of a $5 million national advertising cam- paign aimed at boosting the sales of real cheese. The "Cheese Adds a Slice of Life" promotion brings together funds from the entire dairy food industry, farmers, co-ops, manufacturers, brokers and retailers. Last year's first campaign of this type raised household purchases of cheese by 15.5 per cent during the three- month promotion period from September through November. This years goal is to increase purchases by another seven per cent. Dairying in Vermont is a better than $300 million in- dustry. Thus, the entire state has a stake in the success of this self-help effort. Dairy farmers in Vermont make their promotion investment through Milk Promotion Services, Inc. of Montpelier. The campaign is being directed through United Dairy Industry Assn. of which MPSI is a member unit. The fall campaign will feature major ads in newspapers, consumer magazines, network TV and radio. Individual stores, chains, and brands will be adding their own promotions in the form of coupons, con- tests, displays and tastings. There are guesstimates that those outside promotions will amount to between $15-25 million. It's considered a vote of Sofa & Chair ' Double Door Refrigerator Coffee Table Wood Dinette Set with 4 Chairs Deluxe Draperies Cathedral Living  me#.  ram. Room Ceiling / lllll t mm, tltl - STANDARD EQUIPMENT : IIII t |GENERAL INFORMATION LIVING ROOM KITCHEN-DINING AREA Miller Oil Gun or Carpet with Pad 30" Deluxe Gas Range Coleman Electric Furnace 40 Gal. Electric or 30 Gal. Gas Itot Water Heater Storm Windows ereo System Exclusively Offered by Benton Road Mobile Homes Vermont's more than 3,000 great confidence in the dairy President John Sliter says, "a farmers' promotion efforts, successful promotion this year UDIA Executive Vice will give us an increase of 138 ONIA INSURANCE I& REAL ESTATE AGENC' (',I'I)I'p |'. (ttlii I:l';lllk ('orblq Mice hcpard 60:}'8Z3"550 I"l';I II('l|llJ;I. . I I. 7$2D.th -- Mobile home w-attractively built addition. 4 bdrma., hmily rm., basement, kitchen & dining. Located on 2 acres, $t,me.ee. 7gD.--Walts River -- Woodframe home w-3 bdrms., attached garage, detached small barn for several cow, etc. w-plenty of hay storage. 3+- acres. $1,.00. 744D.--Falrlee -- Small one family frame dwelling ideally situated in village w-I acre for garden or small barn for raising your own beef. Priced to sell at $22,000.N. 0D.--Bradford -- 70+- acrm w-small house plus other building spots. Open fields, soft & hard- woads, good road frontage. $47,$00.0. George Huntington, Broker Edmund Bednarski, Salesman 222-5792 Particle Jepson, Salesman 2224788 Albino Leuthold, Salesman (e03)74I-312 t irl I III I I III II II . I I III IIIII II O'Brien Realty of Bradford JCT. 5 & 25 BRADFORD, VERMONT 0503:1' TEL: .2703 _ I1 _ Ill ...... __ _ NO. 4,MIA - 10 Ices, IInbll, $,  ,$00; woodod md on Chose HdlowRxl. !10. 4$11 -- heutiful 2 bedroom, 2 beth meek Mm.  lot. Just mdmnd tO see, re. NO. 4i1#- Howbury. New, custom crafted, white cedar, log home. Four teem;, expgndabto to six, with furl bsemont and well |nsolotad. Beeutikd kitchen with specious custom-halle obinuts, lovely living area with cust0m-mode lmndelier. This well.btm"t home has o wood-gs com- birmtion heating system for law heat bill end is si#uotnd on 2 beautiful acres. Ddvo out today and see thtl IOtl  1  from route 302 o Scoh:h Hallow Rood. Price $49,900.00. No. Jill- 27 acres. Ryogate, $4,500 (osktngh bordering Cobrn Pond, swamp, rood frontage; wooded; open; good for hunting camp. NO. 4516 - Ryngete -- Two for the pri of one -- New, nice 2-fmily homl-cm pretty lot. Reduced to $42,900. NO. 4540- Heet retirement herne on 2 beautiful acres on Goshen Rood in Bradford. $30,000. NO. 4561&-- 10 crel, Me-'m,W'f, $6,q00i  views; wooded; mmr Hall's Lake. N0. 4lt4 -- Ticklmgknd Prod, Ryegate, A of m  w 80 foot frontage, $2700, BKlrlcit"f i Im. Lke frent loft oe Id teflfd NO. 41111-10 ocrei, OIdl, bngtltgt lli, ll 5,000, NO. 419S -- 45 otrel, Coil, VT., $13,S00; bred(s, gl gmmng mul meters timber, good f Investnmt end rucreatk owner my tak back mng. million pounds or 23.6 per cent more cheese sold in 1981 than in 1979." A few facts on the im- portance of cheese; per capita consumption of cheese is more than 17z, pounds per year, twice the consumption in 1955. It reouires almost 10 rounds of milk to,make a pound of cheese; this means per capita consumption of milk in the form of cheese is more than twice that of fruits and equals that of .egetahles. Cheese manufacturing uses more than 25 per cent of the nation's milk production. The base price for fluid milk is based on the demand and price paid for milk to make cheese in Minnesota and Wisconsin. It is estimated that 1950'S cheese promotion saved taxpayers 150 million dollars. Had the cheese not been sold to consumers, the government would have been obligated to buy it under the price support program, all 90 million pounds. That first industry- wide campaign successfully reminded consumers of cheese and its benefits. The 1991 campaign will also emphasize the Real Seal, an identification program to aid consumers in selecting genuine dairy products which are in conformance with federal standards. The Real Seal is beginning to appear on cartons and packages con- taining only real dairy products. A recent taste test at the National Restaurant Association Show found visitors overwhelmingly favoring the real product when compared to imitation products. The preference for real cheese was about 13 to 1, demonstrating that most people can easily tell the difference and will choose real cheese OFF SYKES AVE. WHITE RIVER JCT., VT. Trade-ins 802-295-7104 welcome Financing Available MY CHECK IN THE AMOUNT OF $ ENCLOSED. NAME ADDRESS TOWN STATE NUMBER OF U.B.DJL--APPROVED SW188 CHEESE I I I ! Dieters don't need to fear the As barbecuing and cold first. Then while that is meals i collations begin to pall with cooking, keep mind and eye Don't spend end-of-summer storms, a occupied with the rest of the the kitchen. forecast of the colder weather meal, or with a diversion like hosting a to come, the kitchen life looms heavy for the dieter. Thoughts like "I can't lose weight because I cook for a large family," or "I live alone and have to cook for myself," or "I entertain a lot," are the kitchen cries of countless people trying to shed a few pounds. "But the kitchen doesn't have to he a fearful or time- consuming,place," says Nona I G. Lippert, president-director for Weight Watchers in Vermont. "Cooking can be fast and uncomplicated as well as interesting on a nutritionally balanced plan like ours that offers wine, stir-frying, peanut butter, popcorn and the like. And s'elf- management techniques, like the ones that are an integral part of the Weight Watchers Total Program, can help with the majority of psychologii:al obstacles to successful weight loss that crop up everywhere, not only in the kitchen. In our class, for instance, techniques are taught for getting help from loved ones, dealing with negative moods, and developing stronger motivation. Dealing with the kitchen is not difficult at all REDUCING YOUR once you know how," she said. CHANCES OF Here are a few suggestions HAVING A FIRE from the Weight Watchers Use EXTREME CARE with organization: Try not to go into the kitchen smoking materials and hungry. Plan a snack for right matches. Don't leave matches before you start cooking, so where small children can that more food doesn't wind up reach them. Forbid smoking in your mouth than on in bed ! another's plate. Look at the kitchen as a workroom and not an op- portunity to snack. If you consider it as simply the room INTERESTING FACT in which you do a job, you can The first escalator was the discourage the urge to take RenD Inclined Elevator, breaks with food. patented hy Jesse Rend of Cut the waiting time in food New York on March 15, 1892, preparation. A wait in the and first installed at the Old kitchen can mean weight on Iron Pier on Coney Island in the scale. So start the dish that the autumn of 1896. needs the lonaest preparation a favorite television or radio plan for more show. time- You don't have to taste to Simplify the t tell how good a dish is. Use belief that eyes and nose to judge for coming to texture and aroma and keep party more salt and pepper on the table food. for people to add to their rma You bet I am. I wanted an Edsel sell my 1964 Comet to get it. using the classifieds. All I and place the ads. Sold the the price I wanted, found a school teacher with an garagel Whether you're selling the place to do it classifieds.., they reach potential customers every inch they're the bigg They'll make a believer out Second 10