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Page 4A-The Second Opinion-October 28, 1981 OPEN SUNDAYS 9.12 All Types &apos;of Fishing Teckle & Shooting " i i iiii !Supplies In Stock Now Burr & Schrede Knives NOTES & COMMENTS Principle must be above expediency if our political system is to endure. Corey's Gun Shop 18 Meadow St., Littleton, N.H. 444-6261 SPECIALS HAWKENS 50 Cal. Muzzle Loading Rifle " $175.00 THOMPSON CENTER RENEGADE Muzzle Loadlng Rlfle .... $165.00 All Single Barrel o,.9 SHOTGUNS $59.95 12 GAUGE 3 dram, lh oz., 7 or 4 Shot $3.99/box WINCHESTER 30-30 ram .......... $B.99/box BLACK POWDER s76o,b NOTES & COMMENTS INTERESTING FACT Intelligence tells us that Parsley ranks at the top of things change and wisdom the vegetable list in vitamin A indicates that the change is content, often for the better. LOOK FOR THE GREAT PUMPKIN in your neighborhood We Buy Gold And Silver In All Forms - Class Rings, Wedding Bands, Gold Jewelry, Sterling Silver Jewelry, Sterling Silver Flatware -Espy,ally Interested In Buying Old Collections Of U. $. Coins - Also Wanted Collections Of U. S. And Canadian Stamps. Also, Old Pocket Watches Wanted. Compare Prices- Sh@ Around, And You Will Sd] To Us. gxper/WmZ D=w for Lawyen, Banks, J. Om,'ippraLJs " WANT TO INVEST?T? I sell bags of silver, silver dollars, ! oz. - 10 oz.; I00 oz. bars of .N9 silver. I sell maple leaf, Krugerrandt rand, '/4 rand, I/I0 rand Mexico gold. Keep your business local... R. J. Andet, over 26 year's ex- verlenco. tm4t 9 lB. tt $,   S.B. tt I p.m. COINS & HOBBLES 219 N. Main, Ihrre, VT 05641 (802) 479-0788 III __ _ [ _ i I Get wood and II I coal supl[00ily now Lots of winners. .... return your WYKR /-'---'X__L-'-,_= . pumpkin and tag [" ,/"--- / -  fora halloween    . starter bag including \\;\ { , a;iiPhkgfde LBOK ' IF OR THE GREAT " l PUMPKIN Homeowners who use wood or coal for heat should be working now to put up next winter's supply to avoid COMPARE HIM WITH THE BESTSAW Ne think the Jonsertls 520SP is the most powerl 3 CU in saw you can get your hands on Come on in and let' compare him with your present saw  POSP BILL COOK ENTE_RPRISES mvmo Tm oum raw mmntv rt t 0 Y Mcle<leee Falls, VL {Turn by the ChulCh) 802-633-4413 NOW OPEN SAT. 7-12: M-F. 7-5 PERRY'S OIL SERVICE Main St. Bradford, VL 2224661 Complete Appliance & IV Repair Service tmna SC,zm I, woR. FoR you 'Journal I1 Opinion P. O. BOX 378 BRADFORD, VERMONT 05033 [;;,;7 .......... ---- .............. I;-T-I-;-" i ADDRESS ............................................ [ TOWN STATE TEL. J.O0 in Vermont and New Hampshire 'll.O0 Out of State '7.00 Senior Citizen rates higher prices and potential shortages of fuel during the heating season, according to Dave Lamont, solid fuel specialist for the State Energy Office. Wood generally requires six to nine months of air drying for best burning results. Dry wood starts easier, produces less creosote and provides more heat than green wood- four cords of dry wood produces as much heat as five cords of green wood, Lamont said. Buying wood now means you can take advantage of lower seasonal prices. Before paying for the wood, make sure it stacks up to a full cord: four feet wide by four feet high by eight feet long (128 cubic feet). Stack the wood on runners in a sunny, breezy spot. Cover it and leave spaces between the rows. Good air circulation speeds wood drying, he added. A good supply of coal stored in the basement now for next winter will save the homeowners money and possible headaches if mid- winter shortages disrupt anthracite coal supplies again this year, Lamont said. Coal prices are ranging between $125 and $140 a ton and will probablyp when the heating gTLs-tin begins, he added. Good quality anthracite coal William K. Arps, C.P.A. CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT Financial and Estate Planning Personal and Business Tax Preparation Newbury Village, Newbury, Vermont 05051 (802) 866-5923-4 INTERESTING FACT When cooking or baking (but not whipping), you can substitute three quarters of a cup of milk and a third of a cup of butter for heavy cream. 00buwJmqmx A PROFESSIONAL C_,OFtPORATION OF CERTIFIED PUB.IC ACCOUNTANTS FULLY STAFFED WITH PROFESSIONAL, PARA- PROFESSIONAL AND CLERICAL PERSONNEL TO PROVIDE ALL LEVELS OF ACCOUNTING, AUDITING, TAX MANAGEMENT AND FINANCIAL PLANNING SERVICES, IN-HOUSl COMPUTnl MAIN STREET 46 EASTERN AVE. BRADFORD, . ST. JOHNSBY, VT. (802)2226270 (802/748-4914 =---= Second I[ Opinion Want to sell it? Call us today! We reach --- over 8000 families. Articles and features a --- bonus. FOR MORE INFORMATION 802-222-5281 I .lUlSUmlUl$111UllllllmMiMUMlUUllUUlUllllmulmllll| -the best for home heating- mg|l is shiny black with little dust. __ Two tons of coal can be stored iROYAI ELECTRIC CO 1.| in a bin four feet square and four feet high, Lamont said, . mlmv. but the exact volume may..  vary depending on the size of i ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS _ coal. * ELECTRICAL SUPPLY SALES STORE WHIRLPOOL MAJOR APPLIANCES-- * SHARP MICROWAVES i ___ * JENN-AIR RANGES mm Store located at 29 Central St. --  Woodsville, N,H. i i 747-2722 i$$$MSUUU$$$ulmmllmlulMMili Derating .furnace size not necessary. On a piece of paper, mark off" 8 columes, number l through 8. Then proceed as follows: I. Measure the temperature ioside the house. As an example, i degrees F. Enter this indoor temperature in column I on your paper. 2. Select a "'design day temperature". This is the coldest day you are likely to encounter during the heating " - I II Illl III by BILL CIIRISTIANSEN Energy Outreach Advisor By following these steps, you can find out if your oil burner has extra capacity, if so, how much. and then decide if a smaller nozzle can be used to save fuel and money A few simple measurements will need to be made and entered on a chart. The measurements will be made with a ther- mometer and a clock. A t,alc.lalor will be helpful, but =_ - :" Wear Your Costumes This ''" Saturday Night To The Annual HalloWeen Costume Party & Dance. (Costumes Not Required) season. ArounO here this might be -20 degrees or -30 degrees. Enter this number in column 2 of your chart. 3. Subtract column 2 from column 1 and enter result in column 3. 4. Subtract the outdoor temperatm'e on the day you do these calculations from the actual indoor temperature. For example if we measure the indoor temperature at 68 degrees and the outside temperature is 30 degrees at that time, we have a dif- ference of 38 degrees. Enter this temperature difference in column 4. 5, Divide column 3 by column 4 to derive a coerce- lion factor that will account for the difference between actual temperatures and design day temperatures. -- Saturday. October 31st "Reunited" Featuring 2$1O.oo ,. With Bob Hanley  aSH PRIZEs To Make Your Reservation, Call (603) 747-2505 Or 747-2840 III III I Enter the temperature correction factor in column 5. 6. Measure the amount of time your furnace is "on" actually burning over the course of at least one hour. If you can measure the on-time ()vet" several hours, your calculalion will be more 'reliable. This on-time is -measured for the burner, no other motors on the furnace. I)ivide the minutes of "on" I tree by the total number of minutes you monitored the t urnace. For example if you measured the furnace on time as 12 minutes in an hour; 12 minutes divided by 60 minutes equals 0.2 hours. Enter this in column 6. 7. Multiply column 5 by column 6 and enter in columr 7. 8. Divide the number it column 7 into the number ir cohtmn l and enter result ir ( Ideue tin'= le mqm AI Fabricating ADIATOR S Automotive & General Rt. 25 E. Corinth, Vt. ?4"7-2320 PARK SO. WOODSVILLE. N H USED THBRTS Garde set NEW & USED CAR SALES EXPERT BODY WORK 222-4683 Ol RI( Page 4A-The Second Opinion-October 28, 1981 OPEN SUNDAYS 9.12 All Types 'of Fishing Teckle & Shooting " i i iiii !Supplies In Stock Now Burr & Schrede Knives NOTES & COMMENTS Principle must be above expediency if our political system is to endure. Corey's Gun Shop 18 Meadow St., Littleton, N.H. 444-6261 SPECIALS HAWKENS 50 Cal. Muzzle Loading Rifle " $175.00 THOMPSON CENTER RENEGADE Muzzle Loadlng Rlfle .... $165.00 All Single Barrel o,.9 SHOTGUNS $59.95 12 GAUGE 3 dram, lh oz., 7 or 4 Shot $3.99/box WINCHESTER 30-30 ram .......... $B.99/box BLACK POWDER s76o,b NOTES & COMMENTS INTERESTING FACT Intelligence tells us that Parsley ranks at the top of things change and wisdom the vegetable list in vitamin A indicates that the change is content, often for the better. LOOK FOR THE GREAT PUMPKIN in your neighborhood We Buy Gold And Silver In All Forms - Class Rings, Wedding Bands, Gold Jewelry, Sterling Silver Jewelry, Sterling Silver Flatware -Espy,ally Interested In Buying Old Collections Of U. $. Coins - Also Wanted Collections Of U. S. And Canadian Stamps. Also, Old Pocket Watches Wanted. Compare Prices- Sh@ Around, And You Will Sd] To Us. gxper/WmZ D=w for Lawyen, Banks, J. Om,'ippraLJs " WANT TO INVEST?T? I sell bags of silver, silver dollars, ! oz. - 10 oz.; I00 oz. bars of .N9 silver. I sell maple leaf, Krugerrandt rand, '/4 rand, I/I0 rand Mexico gold. Keep your business local... R. J. Andet, over 26 year's ex- verlenco. tm4t 9 lB. tt $,   S.B. tt I p.m. COINS & HOBBLES 219 N. Main, Ihrre, VT 05641 (802) 479-0788 III __ _ [ _ i I Get wood and II I coal supl[00ily now Lots of winners. .... return your WYKR /-'---'X__L-'-,_= . pumpkin and tag [" ,/"--- / -  fora halloween    . starter bag including \\;\ { , a;iiPhkgfde LBOK ' IF OR THE GREAT " l PUMPKIN Homeowners who use wood or coal for heat should be working now to put up next winter's supply to avoid COMPARE HIM WITH THE BESTSAW Ne think the Jonsertls 520SP is the most powerl 3 CU in saw you can get your hands on Come on in and let' compare him with your present saw  POSP BILL COOK ENTE_RPRISES mvmo Tm oum raw mmntv rt t 0 Y Mcle<leee Falls, VL {Turn by the ChulCh) 802-633-4413 NOW OPEN SAT. 7-12: M-F. 7-5 PERRY'S OIL SERVICE Main St. Bradford, VL 2224661 Complete Appliance & IV Repair Service tmna SC,zm I, woR. FoR you 'Journal I1 Opinion P. O. BOX 378 BRADFORD, VERMONT 05033 [;;,;7 .......... ---- .............. I;-T-I-;-" i ADDRESS ............................................ [ TOWN STATE TEL. J.O0 in Vermont and New Hampshire 'll.O0 Out of State '7.00 Senior Citizen rates higher prices and potential shortages of fuel during the heating season, according to Dave Lamont, solid fuel specialist for the State Energy Office. Wood generally requires six to nine months of air drying for best burning results. Dry wood starts easier, produces less creosote and provides more heat than green wood- four cords of dry wood produces as much heat as five cords of green wood, Lamont said. Buying wood now means you can take advantage of lower seasonal prices. Before paying for the wood, make sure it stacks up to a full cord: four feet wide by four feet high by eight feet long (128 cubic feet). Stack the wood on runners in a sunny, breezy spot. Cover it and leave spaces between the rows. Good air circulation speeds wood drying, he added. A good supply of coal stored in the basement now for next winter will save the homeowners money and possible headaches if mid- winter shortages disrupt anthracite coal supplies again this year, Lamont said. Coal prices are ranging between $125 and $140 a ton and will probablyp when the heating gTLs-tin begins, he added. Good quality anthracite coal William K. Arps, C.P.A. CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT Financial and Estate Planning Personal and Business Tax Preparation Newbury Village, Newbury, Vermont 05051 (802) 866-5923-4 INTERESTING FACT When cooking or baking (but not whipping), you can substitute three quarters of a cup of milk and a third of a cup of butter for heavy cream. 00buwJmqmx A PROFESSIONAL C_,OFtPORATION OF CERTIFIED PUB.IC ACCOUNTANTS FULLY STAFFED WITH PROFESSIONAL, PARA- PROFESSIONAL AND CLERICAL PERSONNEL TO PROVIDE ALL LEVELS OF ACCOUNTING, AUDITING, TAX MANAGEMENT AND FINANCIAL PLANNING SERVICES, IN-HOUSl COMPUTnl MAIN STREET 46 EASTERN AVE. BRADFORD, . ST. JOHNSBY, VT. (802)2226270 (802/748-4914 =---= Second I[ Opinion Want to sell it? Call us today! We reach --- over 8000 families. Articles and features a --- bonus. FOR MORE INFORMATION 802-222-5281 I .lUlSUmlUl$111UllllllmMiMUMlUUllUUlUllllmulmllll| -the best for home heating- mg|l is shiny black with little dust. __ Two tons of coal can be stored iROYAI ELECTRIC CO 1.| in a bin four feet square and four feet high, Lamont said, . mlmv. but the exact volume may..  vary depending on the size of i ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS _ coal. * ELECTRICAL SUPPLY SALES STORE WHIRLPOOL MAJOR APPLIANCES-- * SHARP MICROWAVES i ___ * JENN-AIR RANGES mm Store located at 29 Central St. --  Woodsville, N,H. i i 747-2722 i$$$MSUUU$$$ulmmllmlulMMili Derating .furnace size not necessary. On a piece of paper, mark off" 8 columes, number l through 8. Then proceed as follows: I. Measure the temperature ioside the house. As an example, i degrees F. Enter this indoor temperature in column I on your paper. 2. Select a "'design day temperature". This is the coldest day you are likely to encounter during the heating " - I II Illl III by BILL CIIRISTIANSEN Energy Outreach Advisor By following these steps, you can find out if your oil burner has extra capacity, if so, how much. and then decide if a smaller nozzle can be used to save fuel and money A few simple measurements will need to be made and entered on a chart. The measurements will be made with a ther- mometer and a clock. A t,alc.lalor will be helpful, but =_ - :" Wear Your Costumes This ''" Saturday Night To The Annual HalloWeen Costume Party & Dance. (Costumes Not Required) season. ArounO here this might be -20 degrees or -30 degrees. Enter this number in column 2 of your chart. 3. Subtract column 2 from column 1 and enter result in column 3. 4. Subtract the outdoor temperatm'e on the day you do these calculations from the actual indoor temperature. For example if we measure the indoor temperature at 68 degrees and the outside temperature is 30 degrees at that time, we have a dif- ference of 38 degrees. Enter this temperature difference in column 4. 5, Divide column 3 by column 4 to derive a coerce- lion factor that will account for the difference between actual temperatures and design day temperatures. -- Saturday. October 31st "Reunited" Featuring 2$1O.oo ,. With Bob Hanley  aSH PRIZEs To Make Your Reservation, Call (603) 747-2505 Or 747-2840 III III I Enter the temperature correction factor in column 5. 6. Measure the amount of time your furnace is "on" actually burning over the course of at least one hour. If you can measure the on-time ()vet" several hours, your calculalion will be more 'reliable. This on-time is -measured for the burner, no other motors on the furnace. I)ivide the minutes of "on" I tree by the total number of minutes you monitored the t urnace. For example if you measured the furnace on time as 12 minutes in an hour; 12 minutes divided by 60 minutes equals 0.2 hours. Enter this in column 6. 7. Multiply column 5 by column 6 and enter in columr 7. 8. Divide the number it column 7 into the number ir cohtmn l and enter result ir ( Ideue tin'= le mqm AI Fabricating ADIATOR S Automotive & General Rt. 25 E. Corinth, Vt. ?4"7-2320 PARK SO. WOODSVILLE. N H USED THBRTS Garde set NEW & USED CAR SALES EXPERT BODY WORK 222-4683 Ol RI(