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i January 14, 1981-The Journal Opinion-Page :l . Death of ex-Gov. Powell prompts sympathy, praise Lillian Bancroft :n. Apdllislast canlpainforoflice lhat\\;as\vonl)yl{udnlaIL sull(&apos;red a cerebral I!)12 nn(l s(,rvcd as a Sl\\;h's lhi(1)(,.,, m I!)5o l)('l(ut' Inn ls in the retent Novembtw ])oA('ll's heallh had heen hemorrhage in I!C3. llis tailumwr m a V)2.1 l)ond'r, m()unlH) hi ()\\;n ht(l hn 'lions, when he finished lailmg for severalvearsafter physician sam hi' died el ,\\;llur Ill(' ar. lle was all l)nhlic()llw(' I)RAI)F()I{I) - l, illian E. h('Id hl th(' spring. Donations I ill an ll-nl;.lR l{epublican a 19(;2 heari allack'durin his lialtlrai c,us(,s l.)()ns lancrolt, Iongtime may I)(' n|a(le to the Vermonl ! Obltuadles NU:)ll.l00 131,1=2 The ultimate 35mm SLR compact with OTF exposure control. With OTF (off-the-film) exposure control the .exposure is automatically set while the photograph is being taken, instead of before. OTF offers greater accuracy because it measures the light actually reaching the film. While OTF is automatic, the OM-2 can also be regulated manually, so you get full exposure control. In addition, the OM-2 has a totally camera- controlled flash unit, for flawless exposures every time. It fias the world's fastest motor drive capability: 5 frames per second without mirror "lock-up." The viewfinder displays over/under exposure compensation. And the OM-2 is integrated with the vast OM System of over 300 lenses and accessories. Come in and see this top-rated Olympus camera --in our experience, to know it is to want it. It's the :ops! CAMERA SHOP HANOVER N H Your Independent Hometown Bank "l,eml ,,\\;nder,()n. p()litical II I I]) I resi(h'nt el Bradhzrd whowith ('t werSociel.v '4 "in'Ilk Sl Jilt" lh(' ( 'Olli'Ol'(] ),t,,,,,,, .,,d ,',,tl,,,l.,l,: Woolsvllb9 man ares at count+ Home \\;role a cohmm (in V('. and he . ',dlairs. [lit'(] ,h n 7 i I Bonita ' st=lt(Ithd Ill(t( \\;ouh] ne\\;e' - lie an( lh(' \\;%'e>, I (we l ,'-;he 'zs )( r z I 18.q,I i ('h'me)d 7') died I'm (;at lit(' "av or Chevrolet Co. in Wells Trinity Church (if the )e eve lh'tt \\;(" incerel " IIAN()\\;'EI{ llelen ,JoaIHKZ ()rlh'r ()I lh(' (;rand ('r(). b\\; l-'r()()kl\\;n N. , and m I(.)19 (;rall(m ('ountv Nursm l{z\\;[l, Im l,{>aisandalsob N,!zuet]( m,N. ll,!%e),hjll, . . w.,)u,,,,.,;,l ' " ' Rand, f()rnwrlv el Granville, l>()))c ,]()hn ;i)i(J limit)red b 3 in'trri('d (h'()re l). l*,;Antroft, lh)m(' " A'mour Co. in oodsville for iurml wm x, a a liner rune "::i',':zi'i'tis \\;c,r m ,))lilies ,Mass.. died Jan. 7 ut llanover l,'ranci, ('mdinal Sl)ellti,an m : " tn ' l'),'ears in Pine Grove (!erect,,'\\; w\\; moved h) l{radhlr( Ih as born m Berlin anti . ,. , . - : . ' , " ' < ' ' " 'l'(,rr'ite ]Ii"dtht"lle I' ( \\; ilh lhe( (.,s  ; () ,;Adv |q'-) a')i(l \\;',ere ; sociated with Stltvi\\;ors include his wife \\;,O(l(Isvflle. tits ](.'; I tS t' C I (', O' oe  ' " ' " xe "( |ever 'd) (' () ( eric Mrs. Hand was active in tile ()I lh(, lh)Ix ('lmrili('s lh(' (hi\\;(' and l>,ancrolt l)rug (;hMys of Woodsville; three Memmual conird)utll)ns thm) (is owst thai he had ('alholic ('hurch lit New hork Mrs l!an(l =s u=\\;('{l Sit)re nmkm lh('ir home in__ a , . .,daughters, Marjl)ric Paronto n)ay I,. ma(!e,l(!..the Ne e\\;'(,rd) e ', z to '<ol e f l()r more than 30 years. Size h)('all\\; I)\\; a (mushier, thu(h)<hen.wea " J)vsu.r OlDIe( |and .llelen Clement, l)th of llanpsnlre Artnrnis rou) I llwm i";\\;: ',\\;'(' iricd " ,,as a,,arlled the highest l<imiliwa '(; llal, ,)I ,"; , (,,,'l a nwm)(r izf the , ,,,, .... i,.,.,,, ...... ,' VQ))dsvilh,, and Mrs. Cla|'ence dath)n, Be 3(;9, Concold m,m,.-d (',).,'e.ti(,nai ........... , lh.tr el llorneIL N..: It !)!.()t: o ih( N, n:l.m)Lh,< \\;%3 ke' di('(l ' ' hi)nor el tile l{oman ('atholic \\;%oollM()ck ' ' ' , ..................... v,-- .- ) ...... , , , .  - , , ()iS (((ntl\\; an(lSdt(lll/ IItti :'l nt(l \\;Vexl ) )w('l] ' hi)st 'z ('l'mrch lh(,litleoI l,a(l\\;' llelen l,'un(,)-al xl'rvic('. wet(' ht'ld ('hurch \\;here she was active '. , " ' , . - .," randchildren: 13 great- ll()alq P, ssoctalton, IsOX t4o, larrh'rol'z'eniur\\;'oa'M'l l{an(l, (;rand Master'of the at St Ma)'\\;' ('hurch in -, "-- " ......  sn|mn'('xIx'rwnce|'eee|uv" ,,raMclil(hen (,oncord0"r(! ' \\;, ',,,,i  i (m,n l,'(uesiir'm ()rder ofthellolv \\;,es I (' I M sx >,u, i (, ,,,linens ,,e.o,,'s,,p .......... -,  " ' .,.l .,,),.ed .,.,, ,.n. people ',ii'7;,l,',tZ <, n,,,, ,n ,n. ,. o, .- k it ) / l .' )  .  '  " ( . " (n I ( ( ds and other . I . (I,i e,, ,lt.t/, ",,r hi S<,),,llchel'.l,,l't,pertusXlltt, .,]i,,,, ,'d ,,, ,h<' <n.t.(.h " ' * 'rh<,C le.h've',lolladalot i7 11111l TAYLOI PALMER AGIBY, IN(:. t 1 \\;. al(t \\;lmt 1 have said l{i)memlt):-)5 , cem('ter. cullurala('ti\\;ities ........ " ] t'itll I)(.' MiHt'd \\;ilh iltlthOl'il\\;," S}I(' \\;'ls ]al('t' ;Iv, iWit"U 'utt' ! ,,<,,,),,,...,,, "("'l't;i'l'l'r;;'t'l'ttSST;'('l';;l"i 't)'le";"t/"t'%"t';i:la'!""7 |  .ue..nu,-= , , ,, ,,, l., th(,s <, i{ THE(B/)DIFFERENCEI41I. E ] 'I{t'al truc Iri(,n(Is are hard Bancr!)I! I Inll|ps el P]ly anti i[,,;ll i .... , i ..... , ..... is,, l n o ,:::::7-- ---'------ ] h()ton(la, I' la, and a st)n, I aul ..... v . )/-- - ====  ' SERVICEslnce 1860 \\;1 ,,.,,, ,,,,.;,, ,,<, ,,., ,,,<. Groton woman d " .......... .... " ..... ' .... " ............. s('vel'a] t'iItl(tchi d e I and " ' " = .... -'-'==" -- teale,! on(' it)m3 lifetime, I "   " " . , ..... find ,)tit whal the object was I)__ ........ :=k-=' Zg Main Street t ,,., ,,. ,.l, ,<.., ,, ,.,.<e: ,,e born in . Lamls "',t.,L,tZttlZk ,,,l be '""'\\;"!'t"'ie)2ri didnt If - - .,.,,o.v,. )] ,,m ,,.i. i)(. ,(',,!.',.i)e, ed: " e ,;, ) .; ," , . k\\; Hours: 9AM-5PM iz-z2z.z== /A \\;%'dke'sai(l (I{()'I'ON_. Mrs.. lle]en_ M. dauhler,. .Mrs ('l'rralne3 ('onie down on the hOUSe," , ....... I)()ell ;!s born ()ct. 13 Sai'azIn r.), dte(l Jan. ;) m the I, orlwt Met Men, on)z.. , I ) (In/i)nt IIos I ] ) I(]( di(ll Itl(l llUItltt()tl it, i()risn,oulil. <enl,'ai V'" .'P'. , ' ' ' " -; Man is killed l,.s ('olesaid iti'eal t4randchildren. Mr.x. 1915, iradtialed troin liic [niver- siiy of N(' II;lii/l)shile alld lheli earned i hi derc'e trolil Soulherti Melhodisl 1 !niversily lie ser\\;e(t ;l. a Bapiisl niinisler iil i w(,.M crn nlission, [Peachbrook Woodsho )1 I I I;I n(lITa I'1 ('(I I,'llrllilllr( ' I  M;t(tt' lo ()rdt'i I __J---d'l' ()ri{('t)aire/t J=-- =1 t,.'( )( ) I ) I1() X E,H A SI)E('IAI.TYt Also %(x)(Icullilig, Trees r('ilil)l(,d - %Voodl)iles till & split. I{easonable l{ales '. ('a II 8(12-16-5509 I III I a community Bank? Your money at BNB isput to work in the area where you live creating jobs, bui!ding homes, installing new appliances in your home, or asing a new set of wheels for you or your neigh r. I),eriin. She ,as b(/l'tl in I"asl Calais, Sarazin also h,a\\;e. t I)rotht,r hl accident Sel)l. I1, It)().), (laughter of \\;Yilliant St)ittks. ('harlesh)wn. N. II:\\;\lCl{llll,l, l,eonard S. Ilenr. and Mary Spinks. She N.II. and a sister, Mrs. ('lilhwd, \\;vh()has relatives in allen(led st'hoolslherc, l{erlha I{ollins, \\;Villianlsiown, this ;.tl'e;.i, has (tied in Arvada, She was lnarried Io Mini niec('s and nel)hews. ('oi().. o/injuries suffered in a Sarazin. Afler lheir nlarriage, She I)('h)nled h) St. Monica ntoh)rcych' at'ci/tenl, lie was they lived m Wolcotl, llancock {'ilurch in ]>)arre. 50. and llarre and had lived on a I,'nlonil)nienl ill be in lhe :\\;r\ada I)olice said (311- ('t)rinlil farnl. For the pasI 10 l,]hli,oo(t ('/,nltqery vaull Ill h)r(l', itorlhbotind nlotorl!ycle years, sllelladnladeherhoil3e a\\;tail btirial hi Ihe Coriillh v,(,nl oul o[ l'(lilll'l)l l)ec. 25, in (il'ololi. ('eltler ('eiiitqcry. sv, t'rved aci'()ss lhe south- Mrs. Sal'azin leaves four Mentorial conlril)ulions botnld lanes and hit Ihe soils, Joseph, {'orinlh; ill,iV l)c ili;idc I() lhe Verilloiil l)a,,(qli(,ltl, lhen slid on its Mauriee, l)illsburg, Nil.; l)i\\;'ision of lhe Anlcrit'an side. ('lilf()rd was wearing a ]{olx, rl, Barre and William, ('(ql('er Soci(,ly, 13 I,ooinis SI., hehnel and cyl, proieclion, IA)wer Granileville; a ]%h)iilpeli('r I);)(;(12 iliV('Slil4ah)r. said. l,el)llard I(aves his wife I{nb.v; Iv, o daughlers l)alricia close of Ar\\;ada, and Wiltna Newburv trustees .),),i,ls,),l rk,,n <,o t.o sons, Frank and David, Bailey-C! b fo i ,,r, ada: a sister Marlene, u r w nter i,isbon. N.il four brolhers, Community banking is ju t what it as- you bank here and we invest by L.F. BARNES NEWBURY-At their mon- thly meeting Jan. 7, 1981, tile Newbury Village trustees discussed winter main(enance of the Bailey Club, the colonial mee(ing tmuse maintained by the village. Trustces Charles Cheney and Kelmeth llale had spenl most of the previous day wilh phlntt)er Jim ltood, ill lha\\;int4 otlt pipes aiid drains h ill(' btiildinl This oc- c;ii()i/,d ;! t'ilel(il iliSt,'t'lh)il !)t t)luntl)iilL, \\;ii'lll, t'lt', Chairman Chene 7 said "it is a matter o[ 0o housekeelahng and salely that these problenis be addressed." tie conlinued, "The electrical work is unbelievable. Wires are looped over heating and water duels. The main dislribution panel has been soaked many lines.'" llale said, "We seem to have an awful lot of problems associated with this building in the winler." It was decided to close the building dm'ing the extreme cold weather, ltale moved "that Jim ltood come in and arrange the plmnbing so that it can be drained easily." Cheney requesled Miriam Thomas and Kenneth Hale to work on drafting a list of duties for the trustees. Cheney said, "As weali are relatively new trustees i.here may be things we are not aware of, such as turning off the water in the Bailey Club ()(her items to be included are: AI least annually the lrustees should make a fhlancial reports will he ready for ill(' alidilor by mid-April. Village ('lerk |i'nla llastings reporl(wl lhtl deliliquenl laxes 17)1" lh(, CUl'rent veal" anloliiil lo $(.)82.42 on 19 pr'opertics, out of abou! $11 JXX) h)lal revenues. NEW SON Mr. and Mrs, Thomas Dyer (It I>,enlon ar(! parenls (if a I)al)y s()ii I)()i'li l)oc. 3i) al ('()II;itI(' I I(),t)ihd ,]allies of Baltimore, Md.,; l{oberl ()f N. llaverhill. N.H ; Nalhin o[ N. Syi'acase, N.Y.; and anford of Keene, N.li. lie was enlployed as <Mainlenance Manager at Adolph (!,x)rs Co., Golden, ('olorado. lie had been with I he eoinpany 14 years. (:onlribllih)ns nlay be made 1o lhe l,eonard Clifford Mentorial Funit c-o the Ar\\;a(la ,'-;talc Bank, 9505 l{alstlm l{(l. ,.\\;rvada, (:()Io ',',t )()( i2 prices cut pri(:escuf3])o 50 NO, IRON PERC.! ! physica] inspection of village property. As suggested by the uIu ) ,, frill audit accounlanl,aina todevelop ,,,,)' ,  lit Illttl \\;'illage property." I IAI The deputies and respon- bd))vd sibililies will be reviewed by all the truslees, then compiled JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE N IT' markdolun ....c.uresma.ua __.,,. which could he given to new I h0megrown an ,, here. A I d ".'i;::,<,,,,,. was raised of derelicl and ahandoned cars in lhe village. Trustees will homeowned. ,,,<, wilh lhe planning b%,),,o, . ,, conlniission |O ascertain town '"'.',) -- gt BNB we make it al.I wcrk for you- regu]alions. There was talk of ,=..=,.,,=., $111 ,4 t=)w)=))wm)=. lhe village helpilg to dispose ,, l,., i=.las -- ----  I $ QUALITY NAME BRANDS, ,f0r abetter community f()r all of us. 00II' unwanI(d vehicles. The __.,:i: -."-. -i ',',.,OurRg'l'r"kR"q)dIc.I 30Yet' 50Ye ? Come on in-we 71serve you I DRILLING [' ) .-_-.)<.,',., i i-,._=;.il ,,<, Your ,Style ... Pick Your Price !F"- better! I ir;i-""'I I ' -II _. You SaVE ,,G! I D,ILI.IN6.20 ,,,ITS I I "";,''%, I ii f':-_" li I DItlLLIN fXPtlItNI I I,i, Fi i t,lll I'---' :----I" i , -...,.= ,,= ,,,,I I,. .,=.-_,= ill !  ArE PriCE cut, ] B.N.B. "NOW" ACCOUNTS PAY [ I '-',"*"' I I... =:= ,,,, ,::., ,,: ,w=. :== ,. , I ""'""""'"!L I I I -- )--wmIIt  -- It Po L._ 51/40 INTEREST! ] I 'oit'it"mM At' I ' --"= " ---- .!price cuts 20O/o to 30 / I <,,'_o'"'_"' I III"-- Cho;s-e-xo ffvori,o $1ylo... % " I The E. I il ,,oe< UP and ,SAVE'!-- BRADFORD,, I BENEDINI i EMBEff FDIC *'i NATIONAL BANK , SALES FINatl NO REFUNDS or EXCHANGES! I  -,, ' I I I " ' _ ! r.  ,,-- 7) i, W..'CVIIT SHm LOCA Bradford Fairlee E. Thetf0rd Newl0ury 30 YEARS EXPERIENCE I IiI ,m,  mrHx,x ,\\; Main St., BRADFORD, wr. [ I. -. ,,, ,.o),  ', Phone 222.?012 Vermont ] O.o. ,4, ,,o , ,,, ',,)e,  Open Daily 9 to .5 i January 14, 1981-The Journal Opinion-Page :l . Death of ex-Gov. Powell prompts sympathy, praise Lillian Bancroft :n. Apdllislast canlpainforoflice lhat\\;as\vonl)yl{udnlaIL sull('red a cerebral I!)12 nn(l s(,rvcd as a Sl\\;h's lhi(1)(,.,, m I!)5o l)('l(ut' Inn ls in the retent Novembtw ])oA('ll's heallh had heen hemorrhage in I!C3. llis tailumwr m a V)2.1 l)ond'r, m()unlH) hi ()\\;n ht(l hn 'lions, when he finished lailmg for severalvearsafter physician sam hi' died el ,\\;llur Ill(' ar. lle was all l)nhlic()llw(' I)RAI)F()I{I) - l, illian E. h('Id hl th(' spring. Donations I ill an ll-nl;.lR l{epublican a 19(;2 heari allack'durin his lialtlrai c,us(,s l.)()ns lancrolt, Iongtime may I)(' n|a(le to the Vermonl ! Obltuadles NU:)ll.l00 131,1=2 The ultimate 35mm SLR compact with OTF exposure control. With OTF (off-the-film) exposure control the .exposure is automatically set while the photograph is being taken, instead of before. OTF offers greater accuracy because it measures the light actually reaching the film. While OTF is automatic, the OM-2 can also be regulated manually, so you get full exposure control. In addition, the OM-2 has a totally camera- controlled flash unit, for flawless exposures every time. It fias the world's fastest motor drive capability: 5 frames per second without mirror "lock-up." The viewfinder displays over/under exposure compensation. And the OM-2 is integrated with the vast OM System of over 300 lenses and accessories. Come in and see this top-rated Olympus camera --in our experience, to know it is to want it. It's the :ops! CAMERA SHOP HANOVER N H Your Independent Hometown Bank "l,eml ,,\\;nder,()n. p()litical II I I]) I resi(h'nt el Bradhzrd whowith ('t werSociel.v '4 "in'Ilk Sl Jilt" lh(' ( 'Olli'Ol'(] ),t,,,,,,, .,,d ,',,tl,,,l.,l,: Woolsvllb9 man ares at count+ Home \\;role a cohmm (in V('. and he . ',dlairs. [lit'(] ,h n 7 i I Bonita ' st=lt(Ithd Ill(t( \\;ouh] ne\\;e' - lie an( lh(' \\;%'e>, I (we l ,'-;he 'zs )( r z I 18.q,I i ('h'me)d 7') died I'm (;at lit(' "av or Chevrolet Co. in Wells Trinity Church (if the )e eve lh'tt \\;(" incerel " IIAN()\\;'EI{ llelen ,JoaIHKZ ()rlh'r ()I lh(' (;rand ('r(). b\\; l-'r()()kl\\;n N. , and m I(.)19 (;rall(m ('ountv Nursm l{z\\;[l, Im l,{>aisandalsob N,!zuet]( m,N. ll,!%e),hjll, . . w.,)u,,,,.,;,l ' " ' Rand, f()rnwrlv el Granville, l>()))c ,]()hn ;i)i(J limit)red b 3 in'trri('d (h'()re l). l*,;Antroft, lh)m(' " A'mour Co. in oodsville for iurml wm x, a a liner rune "::i',':zi'i'tis \\;c,r m ,))lilies ,Mass.. died Jan. 7 ut llanover l,'ranci, ('mdinal Sl)ellti,an m : " tn ' l'),'ears in Pine Grove (!erect,,'\\; w\\; moved h) l{radhlr( Ih as born m Berlin anti . ,. , . - : . ' , " ' < ' ' " 'l'(,rr'ite ]Ii"dtht"lle I' ( \\; ilh lhe( (.,s  ; () ,;Adv |q'-) a')i(l \\;',ere ; sociated with Stltvi\\;ors include his wife \\;,O(l(Isvflle. tits ](.'; I tS t' C I (', O' oe  ' " ' " xe "( |ever 'd) (' () ( eric Mrs. Hand was active in tile ()I lh(, lh)Ix ('lmrili('s lh(' (hi\\;(' and l>,ancrolt l)rug (;hMys of Woodsville; three Memmual conird)utll)ns thm) (is owst thai he had ('alholic ('hurch lit New hork Mrs l!an(l =s u=\\;('{l Sit)re nmkm lh('ir home in__ a , . .,daughters, Marjl)ric Paronto n)ay I,. ma(!e,l(!..the Ne e\\;'(,rd) e ', z to '<ol e f l()r more than 30 years. Size h)('all\\; I)\\; a (mushier, thu(h)<hen.wea " J)vsu.r OlDIe( |and .llelen Clement, l)th of llanpsnlre Artnrnis rou) I llwm i";\\;: ',\\;'(' iricd " ,,as a,,arlled the highest l<imiliwa '(; llal, ,)I ,"; , (,,,'l a nwm)(r izf the , ,,,, .... i,.,.,,, ...... ,' VQ))dsvilh,, and Mrs. Cla|'ence dath)n, Be 3(;9, Concold m,m,.-d (',).,'e.ti(,nai ........... , lh.tr el llorneIL N..: It !)!.()t: o ih( N, n:l.m)Lh,< \\;%3 ke' di('(l ' ' hi)nor el tile l{oman ('atholic \\;%oollM()ck ' ' ' , ..................... v,-- .- ) ...... , , , .  - , , ()iS (((ntl\\; an(lSdt(lll/ IItti :'l nt(l \\;Vexl ) )w('l] ' hi)st 'z ('l'mrch lh(,litleoI l,a(l\\;' llelen l,'un(,)-al xl'rvic('. wet(' ht'ld ('hurch \\;here she was active '. , " ' , . - .," randchildren: 13 great- ll()alq P, ssoctalton, IsOX t4o, larrh'rol'z'eniur\\;'oa'M'l l{an(l, (;rand Master'of the at St Ma)'\\;' ('hurch in -, "-- " ......  sn|mn'('xIx'rwnce|'eee|uv" ,,raMclil(hen (,oncord0"r(! ' \\;, ',,,,i  i (m,n l,'(uesiir'm ()rder ofthellolv \\;,es I (' I M sx >,u, i (, ,,,linens ,,e.o,,'s,,p .......... -,  " ' .,.l .,,),.ed .,.,, ,.n. people ',ii'7;,l,',tZ <, n,,,, ,n ,n. ,. o, .- k it ) / l .' )  .  '  " ( . " (n I ( ( ds and other . I . (I,i e,, ,lt.t/, ",,r hi S<,),,llchel'.l,,l't,pertusXlltt, .,]i,,,, ,'d ,,, ,h<' <n.t.(.h " ' * 'rh<,C le.h've',lolladalot i7 11111l TAYLOI PALMER AGIBY, IN(:. t 1 \\;. al(t \\;lmt 1 have said l{i)memlt):-)5 , cem('ter. cullurala('ti\\;ities ........ " ] t'itll I)(.' MiHt'd \\;ilh iltlthOl'il\\;," S}I(' \\;'ls ]al('t' ;Iv, iWit"U 'utt' ! ,,<,,,),,,...,,, "("'l't;i'l'l'r;;'t'l'ttSST;'('l';;l"i 't)'le";"t/"t'%"t';i:la'!""7 |  .ue..nu,-= , , ,, ,,, l., th(,s <, i{ THE(B/)DIFFERENCEI41I. E ] 'I{t'al truc Iri(,n(Is are hard Bancr!)I! I Inll|ps el P]ly anti i[,,;ll i .... , i ..... , ..... is,, l n o ,:::::7-- ---'------ ] h()ton(la, I' la, and a st)n, I aul ..... v . )/-- - ====  ' SERVICEslnce 1860 \\;1 ,,.,,, ,,,,.;,, ,,<, ,,., ,,,<. Groton woman d " .......... .... " ..... ' .... " ............. s('vel'a] t'iItl(tchi d e I and " ' " = .... -'-'==" -- teale,! on(' it)m3 lifetime, I "   " " . , ..... find ,)tit whal the object was I)__ ........ :=k-=' Zg Main Street t ,,., ,,. ,.l, ,<.., ,, ,.,.<e: ,,e born in . Lamls "',t.,L,tZttlZk ,,,l be '""'\\;"!'t"'ie)2ri didnt If - - .,.,,o.v,. )] ,,m ,,.i. i)(. ,(',,!.',.i)e, ed: " e ,;, ) .; ," , . k\\; Hours: 9AM-5PM iz-z2z.z== /A \\;%'dke'sai(l (I{()'I'ON_. Mrs.. lle]en_ M. dauhler,. .Mrs ('l'rralne3 ('onie down on the hOUSe," , ....... I)()ell ;!s born ()ct. 13 Sai'azIn r.), dte(l Jan. ;) m the I, orlwt Met Men, on)z.. , I ) (In/i)nt IIos I ] ) I(]( di(ll Itl(l llUItltt()tl it, i()risn,oulil. <enl,'ai V'" .'P'. , ' ' ' " -; Man is killed l,.s ('olesaid iti'eal t4randchildren. Mr.x. 1915, iradtialed troin liic [niver- siiy of N(' II;lii/l)shile alld lheli earned i hi derc'e trolil Soulherti Melhodisl 1 !niversily lie ser\\;e(t ;l. a Bapiisl niinisler iil i w(,.M crn nlission, [Peachbrook Woodsho )1 I I I;I n(lITa I'1 ('(I I,'llrllilllr( ' I  M;t(tt' lo ()rdt'i I __J---d'l' ()ri{('t)aire/t J=-- =1 t,.'( )( ) I ) I1() X E,H A SI)E('IAI.TYt Also %(x)(Icullilig, Trees r('ilil)l(,d - %Voodl)iles till & split. I{easonable l{ales '. ('a II 8(12-16-5509 I III I a community Bank? Your money at BNB isput to work in the area where you live creating jobs, bui!ding homes, installing new appliances in your home, or asing a new set of wheels for you or your neigh r. I),eriin. She ,as b(/l'tl in I"asl Calais, Sarazin also h,a\\;e. t I)rotht,r hl accident Sel)l. I1, It)().), (laughter of \\;Yilliant St)ittks. ('harlesh)wn. N. II:\\;\lCl{llll,l, l,eonard S. Ilenr. and Mary Spinks. She N.II. and a sister, Mrs. ('lilhwd, \\;vh()has relatives in allen(led st'hoolslherc, l{erlha I{ollins, \\;Villianlsiown, this ;.tl'e;.i, has (tied in Arvada, She was lnarried Io Mini niec('s and nel)hews. ('oi().. o/injuries suffered in a Sarazin. Afler lheir nlarriage, She I)('h)nled h) St. Monica ntoh)rcych' at'ci/tenl, lie was they lived m Wolcotl, llancock {'ilurch in ]>)arre. 50. and llarre and had lived on a I,'nlonil)nienl ill be in lhe :\\;r\ada I)olice said (311- ('t)rinlil farnl. For the pasI 10 l,]hli,oo(t ('/,nltqery vaull Ill h)r(l', itorlhbotind nlotorl!ycle years, sllelladnladeherhoil3e a\\;tail btirial hi Ihe Coriillh v,(,nl oul o[ l'(lilll'l)l l)ec. 25, in (il'ololi. ('eltler ('eiiitqcry. sv, t'rved aci'()ss lhe south- Mrs. Sal'azin leaves four Mentorial conlril)ulions botnld lanes and hit Ihe soils, Joseph, {'orinlh; ill,iV l)c ili;idc I() lhe Verilloiil l)a,,(qli(,ltl, lhen slid on its Mauriee, l)illsburg, Nil.; l)i\\;'ision of lhe Anlcrit'an side. ('lilf()rd was wearing a ]{olx, rl, Barre and William, ('(ql('er Soci(,ly, 13 I,ooinis SI., hehnel and cyl, proieclion, IA)wer Granileville; a ]%h)iilpeli('r I);)(;(12 iliV('Slil4ah)r. said. l,el)llard I(aves his wife I{nb.v; Iv, o daughlers l)alricia close of Ar\\;ada, and Wiltna Newburv trustees .),),i,ls,),l rk,,n <,o t.o sons, Frank and David, Bailey-C! b fo i ,,r, ada: a sister Marlene, u r w nter i,isbon. N.il four brolhers, Community banking is ju t what it as- you bank here and we invest by L.F. BARNES NEWBURY-At their mon- thly meeting Jan. 7, 1981, tile Newbury Village trustees discussed winter main(enance of the Bailey Club, the colonial mee(ing tmuse maintained by the village. Trustces Charles Cheney and Kelmeth llale had spenl most of the previous day wilh phlntt)er Jim ltood, ill lha\\;int4 otlt pipes aiid drains h ill(' btiildinl This oc- c;ii()i/,d ;! t'ilel(il iliSt,'t'lh)il !)t t)luntl)iilL, \\;ii'lll, t'lt', Chairman Chene 7 said "it is a matter o[ 0o housekeelahng and salely that these problenis be addressed." tie conlinued, "The electrical work is unbelievable. Wires are looped over heating and water duels. The main dislribution panel has been soaked many lines.'" llale said, "We seem to have an awful lot of problems associated with this building in the winler." It was decided to close the building dm'ing the extreme cold weather, ltale moved "that Jim ltood come in and arrange the plmnbing so that it can be drained easily." Cheney requesled Miriam Thomas and Kenneth Hale to work on drafting a list of duties for the trustees. Cheney said, "As weali are relatively new trustees i.here may be things we are not aware of, such as turning off the water in the Bailey Club ()(her items to be included are: AI least annually the lrustees should make a fhlancial reports will he ready for ill(' alidilor by mid-April. Village ('lerk |i'nla llastings reporl(wl lhtl deliliquenl laxes 17)1" lh(, CUl'rent veal" anloliiil lo $(.)82.42 on 19 pr'opertics, out of abou! $11 JXX) h)lal revenues. NEW SON Mr. and Mrs, Thomas Dyer (It I>,enlon ar(! parenls (if a I)al)y s()ii I)()i'li l)oc. 3i) al ('()II;itI(' I I(),t)ihd ,]allies of Baltimore, Md.,; l{oberl ()f N. llaverhill. N.H ; Nalhin o[ N. Syi'acase, N.Y.; and anford of Keene, N.li. lie was enlployed as <Mainlenance Manager at Adolph (!,x)rs Co., Golden, ('olorado. lie had been with I he eoinpany 14 years. (:onlribllih)ns nlay be made 1o lhe l,eonard Clifford Mentorial Funit c-o the Ar\\;a(la ,'-;talc Bank, 9505 l{alstlm l{(l. ,.\\;rvada, (:()Io ',',t )()( i2 prices cut pri(:escuf3])o 50 NO, IRON PERC.! ! physica] inspection of village property. As suggested by the uIu ) ,, frill audit accounlanl,aina todevelop ,,,,)' ,  lit Illttl \\;'illage property." I IAI The deputies and respon- bd))vd sibililies will be reviewed by all the truslees, then compiled JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE N IT' markdolun ....c.uresma.ua __.,,. which could he given to new I h0megrown an ,, here. A I d ".'i;::,<,,,,,. was raised of derelicl and ahandoned cars in lhe village. Trustees will homeowned. ,,,<, wilh lhe planning b%,),,o, . ,, conlniission |O ascertain town '"'.',) -- gt BNB we make it al.I wcrk for you- regu]alions. There was talk of ,=..=,.,,=., $111 ,4 t=)w)=))wm)=. lhe village helpilg to dispose ,, l,., i=.las -- ----  I $ QUALITY NAME BRANDS, ,f0r abetter community f()r all of us. 00II' unwanI(d vehicles. The __.,:i: -."-. -i ',',.,OurRg'l'r"kR"q)dIc.I 30Yet' 50Ye ? Come on in-we 71serve you I DRILLING [' ) .-_-.)<.,',., i i-,._=;.il ,,<, Your ,Style ... Pick Your Price !F"- better! I ir;i-""'I I ' -II _. You SaVE ,,G! I D,ILI.IN6.20 ,,,ITS I I "";,''%, I ii f':-_" li I DItlLLIN fXPtlItNI I I,i, Fi i t,lll I'---' :----I" i , -...,.= ,,= ,,,,I I,. .,=.-_,= ill !  ArE PriCE cut, ] B.N.B. "NOW" ACCOUNTS PAY [ I '-',"*"' I I... =:= ,,,, ,::., ,,: ,w=. :== ,. , I ""'""""'"!L I I I -- )--wmIIt  -- It Po L._ 51/40 INTEREST! ] I 'oit'it"mM At' I ' --"= " ---- .!price cuts 20O/o to 30 / I <,,'_o'"'_"' I III"- - Cho;s-e-xo ffvori,o $1ylo... % " I The E. I il ,,oe< UP and ,SAVE'!-- BRADFORD,, I BENEDINI i EMBEff FDIC *'i NATIONAL BANK , SALES FINatl NO REFUNDS or EXCHANGES! I  -,, ' I I I " ' _ ! r.  ,,-- 7) i, W..'CVIIT SHm LOCA Bradford Fairlee E. Thetf0rd Newl0ury 30 YEARS EXPERIENCE I IiI ,m,  mrHx,x ,\\; Main St., BRADFORD, wr. [ I. -. ,,, ,.o),  ', Phone 222.?012 Vermont ] O.o. ,4, ,,o , ,,, ',,)e,  Open Daily 9 to .5