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e December 2, 1981-The Journal Opinion-Page 5 Freeman Robie of Piermont bagged 157 pound New Hampshire buck in i Standing with Robie is his niece Melanie. PHOTO BY F.W. Thoughts on the t-of-Doors * Pvt. Frank Indelicato ends basic training S. NEWBURY--Pvt. Frank S. Indelicato, son of June Indelicato of S. Newbury has completed basic training at Fort Bliss, Texas. During the training, students receive instructions in drill and ceremonies, weapons, map reading, tac- tics, military courtesy, military justice, first aid, and Army history and traditions. by Gary W, M oorn THE HUNT'S OVER, THE DEBATE BEGINS deer season closed at 4:45 p.m. Sunday [ down considerably from last year's record and r in the fall. discussed around the state are many and too much rain, coyotes, deer jackers, doe des, no nuts and a late rut. The issue is certain during the next eleven months before the I am certain that these who oppose any an- will lay the blame there and I am equally Committee will devote a later date when all the data numbers taken, the licenses sold and the age and sex of the deer examined. I also want was in Maine, New Hampshire and New I got Sunday from Maine was that their kill has arrived I will spend the next few to find where the deer I saw during bow the rifle season. snow, we beth love it and hate it. I awoke fresh snow for the last day of the season and , the woods with a fresh spirit. I returned mind about the snow as I spent the half winching my wife's car out of the ditch. I the final hours in a poor frame of mind. Luckily af a snowy day in the woods is soothing and I Like so many, I didn't get a deer this enjoyed myself when I was able to get ENDANGERED SPECIES I inquiry recently about endangered species in Vermont law three birds, one fish and four listed as endangered and may not be taken. to take is up to $1,000. Lake Sturgeon and the birds are the Eagle, American Osprey and American The mammals are the Canada Lynx, Pine Marten and Indiana Bat. a long list of plant life that is defined as an- most people would not know the plants if they are naturally rare. IS INNOVATIVE Fish and Game has taken a hard look at ways to raise money to keep up with the sportsmen. Just as with any business important. Many people don't buy a fishing or summer and a hunting license until the who lurchase licenses the first of the department much needed funds to aid with the the department is offering gift certificates make wonderful Christmas gifts for the or for any sportsman. The car- most license agents or from Fish in Concord. lifetime licenses. They were voted in by and may be purchased by any New a one time fee based on age. The fee scale with the older people paying less. Can purchase the lifetime license in January Based on the current cost of a hunting and than 24 years the purchaser will have licenses will be invested for , the State Treasurer. Each equal to the current combination license fee, total number of lifetime licenses sold will' the Department's budget. fee scale is available from the Street, Concord, N.H. 03301. to do a little extra to help the Fish and should consider a Super Sportsman resident combination license will cost $8 sportsmen can provide their depar- revenue and have a say in how that The purchaser may specify whether the rased for wildlife management, fisheries both. of their contribution, purchasers of the )resented a gold colored Super Sportsman their shirt or jacket. The license itself is are available for those who wish to give Airman McKee completes Cancer ski race seeks local skiers IL clothing care center b Und delivery service WOODSVILLE--The Ammonoosuc Branch of the Grafton North Unit of the American Cancer Society is looking for local skiers who want to join in on the 5th Annual Race to Beat Cancer. Patricia King of Woodsville, local branch Representative explained "All one needs to do is get local businesses, organizations or individuals to donate $100 to sponsor an individual in the Race." Coaching hints will be of- fered by professional skiers on hand to compete in the Mount Washington Valley Peugeot Grand Prix at the Attitash Ski Area on Dec. 12. "The challenge is before you . . a chance to compete and an opportunity to help wipe cancer in your lifetime." Entry forms and prize in- formation are available from the American Cancer Society office in Manchester at 603- 669-3270. radar course ORFORD--Airman 1st Class Consumer price index William J. McKee, son of Mr. and Mrs. William B. McKee of Orford has graduated from the U.S. Air Force radar repair course at Keesler Air Force Base, Miss. Graduates of the 15-week course learned the operation and maintenance of automatic tracking radar equipment, and earned credits toward an associate degree in applied science through the Com- munity College of the Air Force. McKee Will now serve at Hawthorne, Nev., with the Detachment 12, 1st Combat Evaluation Group. His wife, Sherry, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Valley of Lyme, N.H. He is a 1977 graduate of Bellevue Senior High School, Neb. (continued from page 4) lost my touch.! In the barn, we separated the calves from the mothers, then went back to the house while the hands milked the cows. I love working around the farm. I guess you don't appreciate the countryside and farming unless you're taken away from it. Tomorrow I leave to go back into the hustle and bustle of Toukley. Party nights are slightly different here than in Brad- ford. On .Friday night, Merideth and I went to the footballers ball. We stayed at Auntie Cathleen's because it was in town. We started dressing about 8 p.m. We were ready by 9 and got to the ball at 9:30. People didn't start coming in until 10 or 10:30, The band=played until S a,m., but we didn't leave until 5:OO a.m. We got home and to bed about 6:OO a.m. We had a great time ! When I come home, be prepared to see a girl who drinks lots of tea -- I mean strong tea leaves in water, no tea bags. I drink mine white with one sugar. It's really good. My schedule for the next few weeks is a very busy one and time will go by really fast. I expect to fly home around January 14th. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! Love, Jenny Linneil hot line available The establishment of a public in obtaining key data telephone hot line to provide callers round-the-clock in- formation on the Consumer Price Index (CPI) was an- nounced on Nov. 4 by Paul V. Mulkern, Regional Com- missioner of the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The Hot line, (617) 223-6625 offers the public data on the latest CPI for the Boston area and the United States, seven days a week, 24 hours a day. The recroding has been instituted in order to assist the Bonnie Farley and her first deer from the Bureau without having to call the regular information phone lines where access may be difficult. For information on other BLS programs -- em- ployment, unemployment, wages, industrial relations, prices, productivity, and occupational safety, calls should continue to be directed to (617) 223-6761 between the hours of 8:30 a.m., and 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. THE RACQUET SHACK "WALLYBALL" TEAM-- Kneeling is captain Wayne Dickey. Standing (l-r) Scott McAllister, Tim Coury, Mike Roy, and Jim Kinder. Missing from the picture is Steve Walker. RacquetbaU news Boy's High School WALLYBALL NEWS Thanksgiving The Racquet Shack moved Round Robin into First Place with 15 points On Friday night Mike by heating the II Club. Russ's Hudson won this event with a Hideaway Lounge tied for score of 44 points. John Saffo second with Brad's-Guarantee was second with 40, Mark Savings Bank, Russ's won 2 Pollack tied Jim Kinder with points from O.S.A. (I point), 35 points, Mark Fabrizio 31, Brad's took 3 points from Doug Basher and Ken Kinder Dud's Arco. O.S.A. is in 3rd tied with 29 each as did Brad place. Dud's Arco holds down Farr and Rick Crapo with 25. 4th place with Ryegate Car- Men's Advanced ner, 3 wins over Lavoies' Sales League in 5th place and the 111 Club Jim Barton (2) over Niles and Lavoies' Sales tied at 3 Prouty (11. Rich Saffo (3) over points. Joe Moore and Dave Webster. Ray Clark (3) over Scott Davis C0). Steve Savage (2) over Rich Saffo Jr. (1). Men's Intermediate League Steve Plant (3) over Ned McLure (0). Lance Mills (2) over Jay Holden (1). Norm Farr (2) over Wayne Dickey (1). Steve Blood (3) over Gary Scruton (0). Bob Mead (2) over Jim Dockham (1). John Wardrop (3) over Francis Stoddard, Jim Dockham (3) over Henry Hagemann (0). John Rowe (3) over John Dwyer (0). Also John Wardrop (2) over John Rowe ( 1 ). Mens' Novice League Charlie Meyers (3) over Lloyd Steeves (0). Tim Whalen (2) over George Cobb (1). Tim Whalen (2) over Ray Craigie (1). Also Charlie Meyers (3) over George Cobb (01. Ladies' Advanced DIAMONDS . WATCHES J We Repair ACCUTRON. TIMEX, I ___ and All Makes. -- I HASKELL JEWELERS I - - I _ . i003) 444-3351 , J It took .four .years E. RYEGATE-- After com- bing the hills for nearly four seasons, Bonnie Farley has finally got her first deer. Bonnie said she hadn't been having much luck during past hunting seasons, but this year she received a doe permit and that made all the difference. She got her doe at 4:30 on the afternoon of Nov. 21 in Ryegate. Bonnie's doe weighed SHOOTS A DOE--- Gregory Hedge shot a 130 pound doe on North Road in Newbury. Gregory is from Newbury and has been hunting for eight years. He used a Winchester 3006 rifle. Phone'444-2742 Call collect. SEARS ROBUCK, Woodsville, N.H. PiKE STORE, Pike, N,H. McLAM's STORE, E. Corkth, W. FNRLEE GENERAL, hfire, Vt. ORFORDVILLE STORE, Odordvilb, N.H. BATH VARIETY STO, Bath, N.H. GROTON GENERAL STORE, Grotto, Vt. SOUTH RYEGATE STORE, South Ryegate, VL WESTERN AUTO STORE, Bradford, Vt. HEALTH CHECK BRADFORD-- A Community Health Services, Inc. Town Nurse will be checking hypertension, weight, and hemmocult smears at the Bradford Senior Center from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 9. "between 115 and 125 pounds." The Hunt This is the way Bonnie tells the story: "I saw three of them come running straight at me and when the nearest one to me swung, I shot it. The doe jumped straight up into the air and came down on the ground on her front legs," Bonnie said. She continued, "After standing up she ran into the woods leaving a trail of blood behind her as she went. The other two does then went right into the woods behind her. Mter checking the area I found blood tracing and thatis when I knew for sure that I had hit her good. Entering the woods, I found no trace of blood for quite a ways. I had my sister and father helping me to find her when my sister Connie came upon some blood. We traced the blood for some time, loosing it off and on until we came upon her under a pine tree. After dressing it out we then dragged it out and took it to S. Ryegate -- weighing it in to be about a 115 to 125 pounds, a nice doe." Saffo (3) over Diana Walker (0), Sarah Davis (3) over Susanne Smith (0). Mary Ford (3) over Diana Stoddard (0) and Penny Scruton (2) over Pat Wolfe (0). Ladies' Novice League Sandy Morris (3) over Linda Smith (0). Dianne Burgess (3) over Pat Zambon (O). SKI AND WINTER CLOTHING SALE THETFORD--The Thetford Ski Program and the Thetford Honors Class will present their annual Ski Equipment and Winter Clothing Sale on Dec. 6 from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. The Sale will be held at the Thetford Elementary School Gym. Donations are more than welcome. ='=VACUUM [ ,4 vIAm O, exm,mct I 5m00:fls00R00v,?Pal I" 603" 44a8" $c.:::u., UE S. I f! TIlE TAYLOR-PALMER AGENCY, II. )J 0000.c00INSuRANCE )] _-vo SERVICE .ineelSS# i)] --. . Main Streot I L Bradford, VI. il " Hmm: 9AM-SPM . -S2 E.--,/.J 802479-0540 (" 3 : Sports ', ) USE YOUR CHARGE ACCOUNT ORISE combines the design elegance of crafted 14 karat gold filled with 14 karat solid gold wire to bring you an intriguing ar- ray of pierced earrihgs: tailored, genuine stone, cultured pearl, and hoops. All richly packaged. From $15.00 to $50. a. "gilded ellipse" with cultured pearl b. "woven" gold c. "diamond" engraved'h Free Gift Wrapping Open nites till Christmas St. John,ury, Vt. *, Wo0osviUe, N H Afuture in personal computing. , , For a limited time, we're offering everything you need to get started in one specially-priced package--the Apple Family System. See us for a free demonstration. And a brighter future. The Apple Family System: 48K Apple II Plus, Disk II drive, RF modu- lator (lets you use your TV as monitoR, two hand con- trollers, seven profes- siGnal, educational and recreational software packages (including Per- sonal Filing System,* Apple Writer, and Personal Finance Manager*), and reference/training library. For more information, call o visit: CHIPS MICROCENTER , 3 South Street Hanover, N.H. 03755 (603) 643-5413 Hours: M-S 9-5 DEC. 1 th OPEN HOUSE BIG 1.DAY SALE OF O TRACTORS & IMPLEMENTS The Long line of affordable farm equipment is now even more affordable during our "Big One-Day Sale. You can save up to 25% or more over our normally low prices. CHECK THESE: Long Tractor Sale Price 310 4 wh drive $7495 460 41.9 lip $7600 460 4 wh drive $9975 510 48 HP $7975 6104 wh drive& 64 HP $11975 II II . Ill Special Savings $4ooo $095 Plus Many More BIG SavMfi:! L. L. D (8021 295-2488 Hartford, Vormont e December 2, 1981-The Journal Opinion-Page 5 Freeman Robie of Piermont bagged 157 pound New Hampshire buck in i Standing with Robie is his niece Melanie. PHOTO BY F.W. Thoughts on the t-of-Doors * Pvt. Frank Indelicato ends basic training S. NEWBURY--Pvt. Frank S. Indelicato, son of June Indelicato of S. Newbury has completed basic training at Fort Bliss, Texas. During the training, students receive instructions in drill and ceremonies, weapons, map reading, tac- tics, military courtesy, military justice, first aid, and Army history and traditions. by Gary W, M oorn THE HUNT'S OVER, THE DEBATE BEGINS deer season closed at 4:45 p.m. Sunday [ down considerably from last year's record and r in the fall. discussed around the state are many and too much rain, coyotes, deer jackers, doe des, no nuts and a late rut. The issue is certain during the next eleven months before the I am certain that these who oppose any an- will lay the blame there and I am equally Committee will devote a later date when all the data numbers taken, the licenses sold and the age and sex of the deer examined. I also want was in Maine, New Hampshire and New I got Sunday from Maine was that their kill has arrived I will spend the next few to find where the deer I saw during bow the rifle season. snow, we beth love it and hate it. I awoke fresh snow for the last day of the season and , the woods with a fresh spirit. I returned mind about the snow as I spent the half winching my wife's car out of the ditch. I the final hours in a poor frame of mind. Luckily af a snowy day in the woods is soothing and I Like so many, I didn't get a deer this enjoyed myself when I was able to get ENDANGERED SPECIES I inquiry recently about endangered species in Vermont law three birds, one fish and four listed as endangered and may not be taken. to take is up to $1,000. Lake Sturgeon and the birds are the Eagle, American Osprey and American The mammals are the Canada Lynx, Pine Marten and Indiana Bat. a long list of plant life that is defined as an- most people would not know the plants if they are naturally rare. IS INNOVATIVE Fish and Game has taken a hard look at ways to raise money to keep up with the sportsmen. Just as with any business important. Many people don't buy a fishing or summer and a hunting license until the who lurchase licenses the first of the department much needed funds to aid with the the department is offering gift certificates make wonderful Christmas gifts for the or for any sportsman. The car- most license agents or from Fish in Concord. lifetime licenses. They were voted in by and may be purchased by any New a one time fee based on age. The fee scale with the older people paying less. Can purchase the lifetime license in January Based on the current cost of a hunting and than 24 years the purchaser will have licenses will be invested for , the State Treasurer. Each equal to the current combination license fee, total number of lifetime licenses sold will' the Department's budget. fee scale is available from the Street, Concord, N.H. 03301. to do a little extra to help the Fish and should consider a Super Sportsman resident combination license will cost $8 sportsmen can provide their depar- revenue and have a say in how that The purchaser may specify whether the rased for wildlife management, fisheries both. of their contribution, purchasers of the )resented a gold colored Super Sportsman their shirt or jacket. The license itself is are available for those who wish to give Airman McKee completes Cancer ski race seeks local skiers IL clothing care center b Und delivery service WOODSVILLE--The Ammonoosuc Branch of the Grafton North Unit of the American Cancer Society is looking for local skiers who want to join in on the 5th Annual Race to Beat Cancer. Patricia King of Woodsville, local branch Representative explained "All one needs to do is get local businesses, organizations or individuals to donate $100 to sponsor an individual in the Race." Coaching hints will be of- fered by professional skiers on hand to compete in the Mount Washington Valley Peugeot Grand Prix at the Attitash Ski Area on Dec. 12. "The challenge is before you . . a chance to compete and an opportunity to help wipe cancer in your lifetime." Entry forms and prize in- formation are available from the American Cancer Society office in Manchester at 603- 669-3270. radar course ORFORD--Airman 1st Class Consumer price index William J. McKee, son of Mr. and Mrs. William B. McKee of Orford has graduated from the U.S. Air Force radar repair course at Keesler Air Force Base, Miss. Graduates of the 15-week course learned the operation and maintenance of automatic tracking radar equipment, and earned credits toward an associate degree in applied science through the Com- munity College of the Air Force. McKee Will now serve at Hawthorne, Nev., with the Detachment 12, 1st Combat Evaluation Group. His wife, Sherry, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Valley of Lyme, N.H. He is a 1977 graduate of Bellevue Senior High School, Neb. (continued from page 4) lost my touch.! In the barn, we separated the calves from the mothers, then went back to the house while the hands milked the cows. I love working around the farm. I guess you don't appreciate the countryside and farming unless you're taken away from it. Tomorrow I leave to go back into the hustle and bustle of Toukley. Party nights are slightly different here than in Brad- ford. On .Friday night, Merideth and I went to the footballers ball. We stayed at Auntie Cathleen's because it was in town. We started dressing about 8 p.m. We were ready by 9 and got to the ball at 9:30. People didn't start coming in until 10 or 10:30, The band=played until S a,m., but we didn't leave until 5:OO a.m. We got home and to bed about 6:OO a.m. We had a great time ! When I come home, be prepared to see a girl who drinks lots of tea -- I mean strong tea leaves in water, no tea bags. I drink mine white with one sugar. It's really good. My schedule for the next few weeks is a very busy one and time will go by really fast. I expect to fly home around January 14th. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! Love, Jenny Linneil hot line available The establishment of a public in obtaining key data telephone hot line to provide callers round-the-clock in- formation on the Consumer Price Index (CPI) was an- nounced on Nov. 4 by Paul V. Mulkern, Regional Com- missioner of the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The Hot line, (617) 223-6625 offers the public data on the latest CPI for the Boston area and the United States, seven days a week, 24 hours a day. The recroding has been instituted in order to assist the Bonnie Farley and her first deer from the Bureau without having to call the regular information phone lines where access may be difficult. For information on other BLS programs -- em- ployment, unemployment, wages, industrial relations, prices, productivity, and occupational safety, calls should continue to be directed to (617) 223-6761 between the hours of 8:30 a.m., and 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. THE RACQUET SHACK "WALLYBALL" TEAM-- Kneeling is captain Wayne Dickey. Standing (l-r) Scott McAllister, Tim Coury, Mike Roy, and Jim Kinder. Missing from the picture is Steve Walker. RacquetbaU news Boy's High School WALLYBALL NEWS Thanksgiving The Racquet Shack moved Round Robin into First Place with 15 points On Friday night Mike by heating the II Club. Russ's Hudson won this event with a Hideaway Lounge tied for score of 44 points. John Saffo second with Brad's-Guarantee was second with 40, Mark Savings Bank, Russ's won 2 Pollack tied Jim Kinder with points from O.S.A. (I point), 35 points, Mark Fabrizio 31, Brad's took 3 points from Doug Basher and Ken Kinder Dud's Arco. O.S.A. is in 3rd tied with 29 each as did Brad place. Dud's Arco holds down Farr and Rick Crapo with 25. 4th place with Ryegate Car- Men's Advanced ner, 3 wins over Lavoies' Sales League in 5th place and the 111 Club Jim Barton (2) over Niles and Lavoies' Sales tied at 3 Prouty (11. Rich Saffo (3) over points. Joe Moore and Dave Webster. Ray Clark (3) over Scott Davis C0). Steve Savage (2) over Rich Saffo Jr. (1). Men's Intermediate League Steve Plant (3) over Ned McLure (0). Lance Mills (2) over Jay Holden (1). Norm Farr (2) over Wayne Dickey (1). Steve Blood (3) over Gary Scruton (0). Bob Mead (2) over Jim Dockham (1). John Wardrop (3) over Francis Stoddard, Jim Dockham (3) over Henry Hagemann (0). John Rowe (3) over John Dwyer (0). Also John Wardrop (2) over John Rowe ( 1 ). Mens' Novice League Charlie Meyers (3) over Lloyd Steeves (0). Tim Whalen (2) over George Cobb (1). Tim Whalen (2) over Ray Craigie (1). Also Charlie Meyers (3) over George Cobb (01. Ladies' Advanced DIAMONDS . WATCHES J We Repair ACCUTRON. TIMEX, I ___ and All Makes. -- I HASKELL JEWELERS I - - I _ . i003) 444-3351 , J It took .four .years E. RYEGATE-- After com- bing the hills for nearly four seasons, Bonnie Farley has finally got her first deer. Bonnie said she hadn't been having much luck during past hunting seasons, but this year she received a doe permit and that made all the difference. She got her doe at 4:30 on the afternoon of Nov. 21 in Ryegate. Bonnie's doe weighed SHOOTS A DOE--- Gregory Hedge shot a 130 pound doe on North Road in Newbury. Gregory is from Newbury and has been hunting for eight years. He used a Winchester 3006 rifle. Phone'444-2742 Call collect. SEARS ROBUCK, Woodsville, N.H. PiKE STORE, Pike, N,H. McLAM's STORE, E. Corkth, W. FNRLEE GENERAL, hfire, Vt. ORFORDVILLE STORE, Odordvilb, N.H. BATH VARIETY STO, Bath, N.H. GROTON GENERAL STORE, Grotto, Vt. SOUTH RYEGATE STORE, South Ryegate, VL WESTERN AUTO STORE, Bradford, Vt. HEALTH CHECK BRADFORD-- A Community Health Services, Inc. Town Nurse will be checking hypertension, weight, and hemmocult smears at the Bradford Senior Center from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 9. "between 115 and 125 pounds." The Hunt This is the way Bonnie tells the story: "I saw three of them come running straight at me and when the nearest one to me swung, I shot it. The doe jumped straight up into the air and came down on the ground on her front legs," Bonnie said. She continued, "After standing up she ran into the woods leaving a trail of blood behind her as she went. The other two does then went right into the woods behind her. Mter checking the area I found blood tracing and thatis when I knew for sure that I had hit her good. Entering the woods, I found no trace of blood for quite a ways. I had my sister and father helping me to find her when my sister Connie came upon some blood. We traced the blood for some time, loosing it off and on until we came upon her under a pine tree. After dressing it out we then dragged it out and took it to S. Ryegate -- weighing it in to be about a 115 to 125 pounds, a nice doe." Saffo (3) over Diana Walker (0), Sarah Davis (3) over Susanne Smith (0). Mary Ford (3) over Diana Stoddard (0) and Penny Scruton (2) over Pat Wolfe (0). Ladies' Novice League Sandy Morris (3) over Linda Smith (0). Dianne Burgess (3) over Pat Zambon (O). SKI AND WINTER CLOTHING SALE THETFORD--The Thetford Ski Program and the Thetford Honors Class will present their annual Ski Equipment and Winter Clothing Sale on Dec. 6 from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. The Sale will be held at the Thetford Elementary School Gym. Donations are more than welcome. ='=VACUUM [ ,4 vIAm O, exm,mct I 5m00:fls00R00v,?Pal I" 603" 44a8" $c.:::u., UE S. I f! TIlE TAYLOR-PALMER AGENCY, II. )J 0000.c00INSuRANCE )] _-vo SERVICE .ineelSS# i)] --. . Main Streot I L Bradford, VI. il " Hmm: 9AM-SPM . -S2 E.--,/.J 802479-0540 (" 3 : Sports ', ) USE YOUR CHARGE ACCOUNT ORISE combines the design elegance of crafted 14 karat gold filled with 14 karat solid gold wire to bring you an intriguing ar- ray of pierced earrihgs: tailored, genuine stone, cultured pearl, and hoops. All richly packaged. From $15.00 to $50. a. "gilded ellipse" with cultured pearl b. "woven" gold c. "diamond" engraved'h Free Gift Wrapping Open nites till Christmas St. John,ury, Vt. *, Wo0osviUe, N H Afuture in personal computing. , , For a limited time, we're offering everything you need to get started in one specially-priced package--the Apple Family System. See us for a free demonstration. And a brighter future. The Apple Family System: 48K Apple II Plus, Disk II drive, RF modu- lator (lets you use your TV as monitoR, two hand con- trollers, seven profes- siGnal, educational and recreational software packages (including Per- sonal Filing System,* Apple Writer, and Personal Finance Manager*), and reference/training library. For more information, call o visit: CHIPS MICROCENTER , 3 South Street Hanover, N.H. 03755 (603) 643-5413 Hours: M-S 9-5 DEC. 1 th OPEN HOUSE BIG 1.DAY SALE OF O TRACTORS & IMPLEMENTS The Long line of affordable farm equipment is now even more affordable during our "Big One-Day Sale. You can save up to 25% or more over our normally low prices. CHECK THESE: Long Tractor Sale Price 310 4 wh drive $7495 460 41.9 lip $7600 460 4 wh drive $9975 510 48 HP $7975 6104 wh drive& 64 HP $11975 II II . Ill Special Savings $4ooo $095 Plus Many More BIG SavMfi:! L. L. D (8021 295-2488 Hartford, Vormont