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Page (;A-The becond Opinion-October Z8, 1981 iw You Can't Beat Our Team: For the finest TV Reception... ANTENNAS: Channel Master is tile . undisputed world : .r C: : cha)npion of ., antenna >::' engineering. Channel Master TV antennas deliver the fin#st rHCeDtiOl you can get. ANTENNA ROTATORS: Our rotators are high-quality, precision instruments that aim your antenna to the exact position of the strongesf, cleanest TV signal. and Channel Master Rotators are built to last. ANTENNA MOUNTED AMPLI FtERS: Char, nel Master antemla- mounted amps boost signal strength in weak reception areas. Get a sharper, clearer, '%n(w-free" color picture with Channel Master amplifiers. Window condensation control by BiI,I, CI IRISTI ANSEN Energy Outreach Advisor V(et or frosty win(los in the winter art, a constant problem with a !reat many honwowners. This problem continues with us in the su|Hr/er in a different form, mildew. With the arrival of warmer weather, people begin to notice black specks on the window frames and glazing con)pound around the glass. The black specks are nfildew plants growing in the dam- pness of the wood, The moisture ill the x(x)(I was accumulated last winter from frost and condensation on the windows. The key to etting rid of the mildc and eventual rolling of the wood is to control condensation in the winter. There are five basic methods of controlling eon- densa t ion on windows: t. Reduce moisture "production within the building. 2. Prevent excess moisture build-up within a closed space by controlled ventilation. : Increase the interior surlace temperature of the glass try adding extra panes of glass, clear plastic or use insulated shutters. 4. Increase the room temperature, 5. Blow warm air across the interior surfaee of the window ne]Mutef THE WORLD'S NO. 1 'PPLIER OF TV RECEPTION EQUIPMENT. Z22-4484 Main Street Bradford Molassas, a by.product Molasses, a traditional separate the white sugar American staple for cooking crystals. The first "strike," or and baking, is a by-product of processing in a centrifuge, sugar production. Molasses is yields black-strap molasses obtained whbn sugarcane is whde each additional strike Of these five methods only two of them make any sense from an energy conservation point of view: t and 3. The other three meth(ls will work, but will cost you energy in the pre:ess, Worst+ yet, some energy conservation practices will actually increase the condensation problems on windows and other cool sur- fac. These include closing draperies at night with im- proper control of relative humidity, setting the ther- mostats lower to conserve energy, and operating humidifiers at too high a relative humidity during the winter. So we're back at the usual situation, nothing is easy. Moisture reduction in the home is the easiest and least whirled in centrifuges to produces lighter, thinner costly method of eliminating types of molasses, moisture problems, if a THREE $OLID REASON$ TO CUT YOURSELF Ilf OIV THE STIHL'DEAL IVOW. Heze's the deal." Buy one now and get a strong doub]e-walled canying case, 8oz. cn of oil, file and ]'zandle, tirewocd 2xxaklet, and 5"bucking wedge. Moze than a $35. O0 value* at Stiahl"s s sea- 5TIH. The World's Laqlest Sell Cbam Saw ........ * Lmu'ted dme offer charlie Roo,e , "I',P" j White River Jet., Vermont L ''""' alton's $1)0a h Charle lton 6:45 A 9:10 on Your AM Dial :.,,.+_ .... > ...............................  o, , , LOW MANSION BRADFORD VERMONT OCT. 30 &31" ONE DOLLAR DONATION- PROCEEDS TO UNICEF AND BRADFORD YOUTH SPORTS Not for the Very Young or Faint--Iearted, , This ad sponsored by Upper Valley Press, Dr. Anthony Cassani, and Bradford Oil and Pratts Propane humidifier is used, reduce the usage as the weather gets colder. In a very cold weather it should be turned off. The cultivation and watering of house plants should be restricted during cold weather, as the leaves tran- spire htrge amounts of water vapor into the air, That sgstion ,will make a tot o4[ lri('nds ). If you have a crawl space under any part of Ihe hotL';e, cover the earth with plastic film to reduce the naoisture produced in the building This also applies to Imsements with dirt floors. The key is to look around the house to try and determine where the moisture produced in the building. This also applies to basements ith dirt fhx)rs The key is to look abound the house to try and delermine where the moisture is produced. Then try to eliminate as many of the sources as possible. Also, keep in mind that as the outside temperature goes down, the relative humidity in the house needs to Ix' brought down. ('hanging the way we do things could have a signifieant impac! on this problem. For example, a shower before going to bed could be a bad move. The shower adds great quantities of moisture 1o the air. It the thermostat is set back soon after a slmwer is taken, the moisture will eondonse on eool surfaces around the house, tlowever, if the shower was taken it] the mornmg, the house will beat a higher temperature most of lhe day, so less condensation will take place. At the same time the water vapor will be moved out of the house by natural ventilation ca(teed by lw-ple going in and out. This is t)ul one example of how changing a schedule might st)Iv(' a l)rob]elIL Poison center has 24 hour toll-free number HANOVER--The New m0re than 6,500 poison-related Hampshire Poison Center has established a 24-hour toll-free number, 1-800-562-8236, that can be defied from New Hampshi  telephones. Callers outside New Hamp- shire will continue to dial 603- 643-4000 to reach the poison center. The New Hampshire Poison Center, located at the Dart- mouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, Hanover, was established in 1957 and was recently designated the of- ficial State Poison Infor- mation and Control Center by William T. Wallace, M.D., director, Division of Public Health Services for the state of New Hampshire. Currently, the poison center advises on calls each year. "Most of the calls concern children under five years old," said James J. Kresel, Ph:D., administrative director of the center. "The new telephone service will allow doctors, other health personnel and the public to obtain emergency poison information free of charge. "We feel this addition of toll- free telephone access is a positive move for the center and the state." The toll-free number is scheduled to be printed on the inside front cover of all new telephone directories con- taining New Hampshire listings. I "Howard works for Xerox." *Lim# one dish per cusrorner; $1.50 charge assessed on all uncompleted Christmas Club accour)f$. ANY WAY YOU SLICE IT, A 1982 CHRISTMAS CLUB ACCOUNT IS A SWEET DEAL Beginning October 26th, open your 1982 Christmas Club Account at Woodsville Guaranty Savings Bank. You'll receive a lovely Currier and Ives print pie pan free.* Then, make your weekly deposits of $1, $2, $3, $5, $10, or $20, and next year, you'll have money to complete your holiday shopping, plus 5% annual interest. So, for your sweel deol, slop in af lhe Woodsville Guaranty Banking Center nearest you, and open a 1982 Chris)mas Club occount. '-007oodsville "Guax00nt!l 00avings 5Bank FDlCMember Woodsville/PiermonttWarrenl & Monroe, N.H. "k Derating .furnace size (continued from page 4A) column 8. This answer will be the size factor for your fur- nace. A size factor of less than one means your furnace probably doesn't have the capacity it needs to heat your house. A size hctor of l to 1.5 in- dicates that your furnace is the proper size for your house. A size factor of 1.5 or more means your furnace has more eapacity than you need and you can save fuel and money by derating;As a rough guide. if the size factor is above 2, a nozzle 2,5 percent smaller should work: if the size factor is about 2..5. a nozzle up to 40 percen! smaller should work; if lhe size factor is near 3, the nozzle can be as much as 50 percent smaller. In any case, if the size factor is above !..5, talk with your oil burner serviceman or oil company and look hard at the possibility of desizing. Try this exercise several times, over a period of time just to be sure of your figures. Good luck TIlE FINEST SEI,ECTION OF WINE AND CIIEESE IN TIlE UPPER CONNECTICUT RIVER VALI,EY THE VINTAGE YEARS, 80 Rsllroed Streat . Tke Vielle SqMre Mall St. Jeknsbsry, Yr. Select Fresh Coffees - Teas - Wine & Cheese Accessories - GifLs COMPARE OUR PRICES! A 10% OISCOUNT ON ANT $10 PURCHASE OR MORE WITH THIS AS " * Limited one od per customer Offer through 0c)ober, 1981--(802) 748-3529 I/k lime for thd "Once-a-Year" you have dl been waiting MIDNIGHT MADN in Bradford on FRIDAY, NOVEMBER Welch I00#e roll m# medt let tke je00s,t-I00eke, t hdl d e00mlb ml00. ,-WATCH FOR Radmlhael( Your Toy and Electronic Game Center of the North Country. You will be amazed at the extent and vari- ety of the inventory we have in for Christmas. Join the scores of people who have already stopped by the Radio Shack Game and Toy , Center. Look for our renovations, we we have 3 more stores coming in the next few weeks for your shop- ping convenience. INTEI&T! And remember Ol(t Celfl(etee end ksy-s-wsya sre available in ALL our stores "Ill Xmss. Main St. - Downtown LitUeton CH|NF Although t consider i Chinese least four schools to chow mein available country, subtle DISTRICT Of n Tolhe Maurice Vdko J. the ckWm tttlive at INDIAN CORN MILL APPLE STAND Route 10 1 (Near Newbury Bridge) Haverhill, N.H. . Mk'$# NI'/T W' OPEN DAILY-11AM TO 6PM SUNDAY-12 NOON TO 6PM To the Jomes the aove the claim die" the hereof to tetive at 3T_IOIII 111 T i=m To deceased: ,31 Page (;A-The becond Opinion-October Z8, 1981 iw You Can't Beat Our Team: For the finest TV Reception... ANTENNAS: Channel Master is tile . undisputed world : .r C: : cha)npion of ., antenna >::' engineering. Channel Master TV antennas deliver the fin#st rHCeDtiOl you can get. ANTENNA ROTATORS: Our rotators are high-quality, precision instruments that aim your antenna to the exact position of the strongesf, cleanest TV signal. and Channel Master Rotators are built to last. ANTENNA MOUNTED AMPLI FtERS: Char, nel Master antemla- mounted amps boost signal strength in weak reception areas. Get a sharper, clearer, '%n(w-free" color picture with Channel Master amplifiers. Window condensation control by BiI,I, CI IRISTI ANSEN Energy Outreach Advisor V(et or frosty win(los in the winter art, a constant problem with a !reat many honwowners. This problem continues with us in the su|Hr/er in a different form, mildew. With the arrival of warmer weather, people begin to notice black specks on the window frames and glazing con)pound around the glass. The black specks are nfildew plants growing in the dam- pness of the wood, The moisture ill the x(x)(I was accumulated last winter from frost and condensation on the windows. The key to etting rid of the mildc and eventual rolling of the wood is to control condensation in the winter. There are five basic methods of controlling eon- densa t ion on windows: t. Reduce moisture "production within the building. 2. Prevent excess moisture build-up within a closed space by controlled ventilation. : Increase the interior surlace temperature of the glass try adding extra panes of glass, clear plastic or use insulated shutters. 4. Increase the room temperature, 5. Blow warm air across the interior surfaee of the window ne]Mutef THE WORLD'S NO. 1 'PPLIER OF TV RECEPTION EQUIPMENT. Z22-4484 Main Street Bradford Molassas, a by.product Molasses, a traditional separate the white sugar American staple for cooking crystals. The first "strike," or and baking, is a by-product of processing in a centrifuge, sugar production. Molasses is yields black-strap molasses obtained whbn sugarcane is whde each additional strike Of these five methods only two of them make any sense from an energy conservation point of view: t and 3. The other three meth(ls will work, but will cost you energy in the pre:ess, Worst+ yet, some energy conservation practices will actually increase the condensation problems on windows and other cool sur- fac. These include closing draperies at night with im- proper control of relative humidity, setting the ther- mostats lower to conserve energy, and operating humidifiers at too high a relative humidity during the winter. So we're back at the usual situation, nothing is easy. Moisture reduction in the home is the easiest and least whirled in centrifuges to produces lighter, thinner costly method of eliminating types of molasses, moisture problems, if a THREE $OLID REASON$ TO CUT YOURSELF Ilf OIV THE STIHL'DEAL IVOW. Heze's the deal." Buy one now and get a strong doub]e-walled canying case, 8oz. cn of oil, file and ]'zandle, tirewocd 2xxaklet, and 5"bucking wedge. Moze than a $35. O0 value* at Stiahl"s s sea- 5TIH. The World's Laqlest Sell Cbam Saw ........ * Lmu'ted dme offer charlie Roo,e , "I',P" j White River Jet., Vermont L ''""' alton's $1)0a h Charle lton 6:45 A 9:10 on Your AM Dial :.,,.+_ .... > ...............................  o, , , LOW MANSION BRADFORD VERMONT OCT. 30 &31" ONE DOLLAR DONATION- PROCEEDS TO UNICEF AND BRADFORD YOUTH SPORTS Not for the Very Young or Faint--Iearted, , This ad sponsored by Upper Valley Press, Dr. Anthony Cassani, and Bradford Oil and Pratts Propane humidifier is used, reduce the usage as the weather gets colder. In a very cold weather it should be turned off. The cultivation and watering of house plants should be restricted during cold weather, as the leaves tran- spire htrge amounts of water vapor into the air, That sgstion ,will make a tot o4[ lri('nds ). If you have a crawl space under any part of Ihe hotL';e, cover the earth with plastic film to reduce the naoisture produced in the building This also applies to Imsements with dirt floors. The key is to look around the house to try and determine where the moisture produced in the building. This also applies to basements ith dirt fhx)rs The key is to look abound the house to try and delermine where the moisture is produced. Then try to eliminate as many of the sources as possible. Also, keep in mind that as the outside temperature goes down, the relative humidity in the house needs to Ix' brought down. ('hanging the way we do things could have a signifieant impac! on this problem. For example, a shower before going to bed could be a bad move. The shower adds great quantities of moisture 1o the air. It the thermostat is set back soon after a slmwer is taken, the moisture will eondonse on eool surfaces around the house, tlowever, if the shower was taken it] the mornmg, the house will beat a higher temperature most of lhe day, so less condensation will take place. At the same time the water vapor will be moved out of the house by natural ventilation ca(teed by lw-ple going in and out. This is t)ul one example of how changing a schedule might st)Iv(' a l)rob]elIL Poison center has 24 hour toll-free number HANOVER--The New m0re than 6,500 poison-related Hampshire Poison Center has established a 24-hour toll-free number, 1-800-562-8236, that can be defied from New Hampshi  telephones. Callers outside New Hamp- shire will continue to dial 603- 643-4000 to reach the poison center. The New Hampshire Poison Center, located at the Dart- mouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, Hanover, was established in 1957 and was recently designated the of- ficial State Poison Infor- mation and Control Center by William T. Wallace, M.D., director, Division of Public Health Services for the state of New Hampshire. Currently, the poison center advises on calls each year. "Most of the calls concern children under five years old," said James J. Kresel, Ph:D., administrative director of the center. "The new telephone service will allow doctors, other health personnel and the public to obtain emergency poison information free of charge. "We feel this addition of toll- free telephone access is a positive move for the center and the state." The toll-free number is scheduled to be printed on the inside front cover of all new telephone directories con- taining New Hampshire listings. I "Howard works for Xerox." *Lim# one dish per cusrorner; $1.50 charge assessed on all uncompleted Christmas Club accour)f$. ANY WAY YOU SLICE IT, A 1982 CHRISTMAS CLUB ACCOUNT IS A SWEET DEAL Beginning October 26th, open your 1982 Christmas Club Account at Woodsville Guaranty Savings Bank. You'll receive a lovely Currier and Ives print pie pan free.* Then, make your weekly deposits of $1, $2, $3, $5, $10, or $20, and next year, you'll have money to complete your holiday shopping, plus 5% annual interest. So, for your sweel deol, slop in af lhe Woodsville Guaranty Banking Center nearest you, and open a 1982 Chris)mas Club occount. '-007oodsville "Guax00nt!l 00avings 5Bank FDlCMember Woodsville/PiermonttWarrenl & Monroe, N.H. "k Derating .furnace size (continued from page 4A) column 8. This answer will be the size factor for your fur- nace. A size factor of less than one means your furnace probably doesn't have the capacity it needs to heat your house. A size hctor of l to 1.5 in- dicates that your furnace is the proper size for your house. A size factor of 1.5 or more means your furnace has more eapacity than you need and you can save fuel and money by derating;As a rough guide. if the size factor is above 2, a nozzle 2,5 percent smaller should work: if the size factor is about 2..5. a nozzle up to 40 percen! smaller should work; if lhe size factor is near 3, the nozzle can be as much as 50 percent smaller. In any case, if the size factor is above !..5, talk with your oil burner serviceman or oil company and look hard at the possibility of desizing. Try this exercise several times, over a period of time just to be sure of your figures. Good luck TIlE FINEST SEI,ECTION OF WINE AND CIIEESE IN TIlE UPPER CONNECTICUT RIVER VALI,EY THE VINTAGE YEARS, 80 Rsllroed Streat . Tke Vielle SqMre Mall St. Jeknsbsry, Yr. Select Fresh Coffees - Teas - Wine & Cheese Accessories - GifLs COMPARE OUR PRICES! A 10% OISCOUNT ON ANT $10 PURCHASE OR MORE WITH THIS AS " * Limited one od per customer Offer through 0c)ober, 1981--(802) 748-3529 I/k lime for thd "Once-a-Year" you have dl been waiting MIDNIGHT MADN in Bradford on FRIDAY, NOVEMBER Welch I00#e roll m# medt let tke je00s,t-I00eke, t hdl d e00mlb ml00. ,-WATCH FOR Radmlhael( Your Toy and Electronic Game Center of the North Country. You will be amazed at the extent and vari- ety of the inventory we have in for Christmas. Join the scores of people who have already stopped by the Radio Shack Game and Toy , Center. Look for our renovations, we we have 3 more stores coming in the next few weeks for your shop- ping convenience. INTEI&T! And remember Ol(t Celfl(etee end ksy-s-wsya sre available in ALL our stores "Ill Xmss. Main St. - Downtown LitUeton CH|NF Although t consider i Chinese least four schools to chow mein available country, subtle DISTRICT Of n Tolhe Maurice Vdko J. the ckWm tttlive at INDIAN CORN MILL APPLE STAND Route 10 1 (Near Newbury Bridge) Haverhill, N.H. . Mk'$# NI'/T W' OPEN DAILY-11AM TO 6PM SUNDAY-12 NOON TO 6PM To the Jomes the aove the claim die" the hereof to tetive at 3T_IOIII 111 T i=m To deceased: ,31