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January 14, 1981-The Journal Opinion-Page 9 Orford High School r the week of Jan. 12 to 15: malay--Macaroni w-Cheese, corn, roll w-butter, dessert, nneth 1 d 43  ay--Meatloaf, mash potato, vegetable, roll w-butter, "rt rt, milk. s. of..Mrlnesday__Spaghetti w-Meat Sauce, garlic bread, tossed ixouo p, dessert, milk. mdyDr.s.day--Vegetable Beef Soup, peanut butter - jelly )no ox .Vmh, dessert, milk. ,--JtL'-,--.anday--Baked Beans, corn dogs, cole slaw, dessert, milk. l'ixottos the week of Jan. 19 to 23: heir sonnday--Chop Suey, green beans, roll w-butter, dessert, ly t'ixot|. }esday--Turkey Patti, potato w-gravy, roll w-butter, ne Otteltable , dessert, milk. -- holidayslnesday--Fillet of Fish, french fries, vegetable, mily Mrrt, milk. ll otato chi s ierman,ursday (Exams)--Hot Dogs w-ro, p p, ThomasH. Trunzo, Jr. rt, milk. neralennethday(Exams)--Grinders'freshfruit'milk'of Law office opens (Barre)i B/ Mountain Union School in IVest Lebanon rs. DrtheweekofJan. 12to 16: W. LEBANON .... Attorneys visitclelnesday--Corn Chowder, peanut butter & jelly sand- Rich fildren !, carrot cake, milk. anta) Ursday--Oven Baked Chicken, mashed potato, peas, Thon P, strawberry chiffon pudding, gradi sts of M{!day--Hamburgers, potato chips, toss salad, jello and Scho( arnettng, milk anno m Bar, is menu is subject tochange without notice, of fie( ,nn.r! Orfo, "Gr Oxbow High School locatTht arnettr the week of Jan. 14 to 21: Luci( :endall [ednesday--Beans and franks, salad, fruit. Builc Ursday---.Soup and sandwich, carrot stix, fruit. Th eW. Toiday--Macaroni and Cheese, green beans, fruited will t of Ut week hen A tin. rune nday--Hot turkey sandwich, peas, pudding, week ) with [aesday--Hot dog on roll, potato chips, salad, fruit, only. son prelednesday--Ravioli, wax beans, cookies. Mu altendailk, bread and butter served with all meals. Subject to dicat >(t the ge. " rangq Barg vices Richard E. Mullaly and Thomas tt. Trunzo, Jr., both graduates of Vermont Law School in, S. l{oyalton, have announced the opening of law offices in W. Lebanon and Orford. The W. Lebanon office is located at 94 Main Street in the Lucien Demers Real Estate Building. The Orford office on Rte. 10 will be available for clients on weekday evenings and weekends by appointment Mullaly and Trunzo in- dicated they will provide a range of general legal ser- including civil and criminal litigation, :cessful. h00bon January Birthdays For A.V.S.CC. Ammonoesuc Senior Citizens at the meeting of 1981, with ys. a most welcome fish made by the Cur- , cards were given to all babes, "Happy was sung, and a la birthday ',enjoyed. blood pressure numbered 31; James had a cold; and Parker is to receive attention. Those away, or unable to meetings, received mils cards. A "Thank- Mar" Was read from  evieve Tewksbury; and Bill Carl the Laprobe Program -- ds of I the Seniors planning to kes n'.- ''''y." ,,,,,,-!, ,*,, **, x,e les m Montreal was tossed, with each to the costs, of tran- by bus, tickets, Cote sent best wishes, the poem "The Coal to be read. Beulah contributed youthful on Energy. Harry ana Dorothy offered timely Will Rogers Seniors enjoy. offering had With the press: ber a leaking pipe is toone that is frozen essie Robinson read poem on receiving socks at the Christmas , Lth " -five members of the ] dhan and Hazel Carter nd emplo)%( met at the home of t "Our t'D)td Pauline Sleeper for ; Darrelljannual holiday get- ler. tr correspondent is sorry was no Corinth news ;bed last week. They sent as usual on Friday but never reached ion. y Fullam left Conn. to be with LRev. Everett Fullam for the holiday. On and Rev. Fullam five to six and New will be 89 on about sending card to this :Mansfield Ave., return. received of a son Joshua 9 to Timothy Brennan in America. Tim are missionaries Well known in and Cookville. of the First Church of Richard E. Mullaly North Country Council to hear budget talks FI{ANC()NIA ()liver W. Nelson, President of the North (?ountry Council, has an- nounced that the Council's regular quarterly meeting will Ix, hehl ,lan. 14 at the Church of ('hrist, Franconia. The husiness meeting will start at 7:3o p.m. preceded by a home cx)ked meal prepared hy the church ladies. With the bu(tgetary season upon shlle and local gover- nment, the meeting will feature a presentation entitled "Making Ends Meet in An Era of Reduced l{esources". Rep. Paul LaMott, a nlember of the llouse Appropriations Conlmittee and chairman of two sub- committees, (l{esources and Economic Development, and Transportation) ; Peter Connecticut State Employees Gartland, Town Manager in Association where he handled tlanover: and Daniel Ayer, Workmen's Compensation, Town Manager of Gorham, disability-retirement cases, will also discuss the budgetary employee grievances and process. arbitration. Both town managers have While at Vermont Law developed some innovative School, Mullaly participated techniques for managing town Currier, home of "the Burroughs P.m. to audit the ad Mrs. George of Manchester, id Mr. and Mrs. spent holidays with Norman and alton. Mrs. Ernest and family of were Christmas Uests of her sister and Edah and Gifford bankruptcy, commercial HildahBedard transactions, corporate and 838-6725 other business organizations, party. .estate planning and probate, Door prizes were home-divorce, adoption, landlord- cooking, canned foods, and tenant relations, personal stockings, won by K. Hall, M. injury and property damage, Presby, M. Lytle, R. Heath, S. real estate, taxation and Casey, E. Clough, A. Meserve, worker's compensation. M. Marcoux, I. Gray, D. Judd,. Mullaly received his un- F. Wetherbee, L. Aldrich, M. dergraduate degree from the Hunt, B. Gray, H. Bedard, V. University of Connecticut at Towle, and L. Thompson. Next Storrs. He worked for the week (1-14) prizes will be needed for Game Day, and JessieRobinsonwillchairthe POWR Valley p lunch. To make ready, a rotests Hobby Show is planned for Jan. 21. lo 1 ph billing Rebekahs "Party" Before ca one Two Month Hiatus As several lodges have NEWBURY--The People's the petition to submit to the done, Gertrude Bell Lyman Organization of the Wells PSB Rebekahs voted to have no River Valley. an affiliate of POWR Valley is an affiliate meetings in January and theVermont Alliance will hold of the Vermont Alliance, a February, but meet all a public nleetmg .lan 20 to siatewide citizens summer. Therefore, the lake action alAainst what it organization with member Lafayette I.O.O.F., the calls the telephone companies' groups in Winooski, Brat- Concordia I.O.O,F., and "continued unfair billing for tteboro, Burlington, Hartford, Gertrude Bell Lyman agreed local calls" "People are fed BarreandMontpelier. to combine for a box-party up with continually being meeting at the Corums' on charged for local calls while Dec. 21. the phone companies insist Noble Grand Kay Corum there is no problem," said Gregg backs conducted the business Maggie Bass, a member of in the S. Royalton Legal Clinic, handling cases dealing with Social Security law, human services, and em- ployment security law. He and his wife, Jill, live in W. Lebanon. Trunzo was graduated from Tufts University in Medford, Mass., and had worked for several years prior to at- tending law school for Luf- thansa Airlines and the Social Security Administration. He has also worked at the S. Royalton Legal Clinic assisting clients with ad- ministrative matters on beth the state and federal levels. Trunzo is fluent in French and German. He lives in Orford. Both Muilaly and Trunzo are admitted to the New Hampshire bar and to the Federal Distri&ourt bar.for the District of New Hamp- shire. l'(,Vellues and cx tXllllit Ul't,s, while IaMoll will provide an insighl into the State's t)u(Igelary l)rocess. In olher husiness, the ('OU n C i I'S E con oln i c l)ev(!hlpnlenl (Olnlnillee will rel)tn'l off its ongohlg l)rogranis including the proposed Ilevolving lAian I,'und. 'i'll() (arr()ll (?ounty Rail t)rojecl, and tile Energy I>uhlic Works I)rograin. The I,and 1Jse and Transporlat ion (iolnniillees will also report on iheir act ivilies. Council representatives and hK'al otticials are encouraged Io attend ibis rneeiing. "Wilh in(Tease(t emphasis and allenlion on municipal revenues ;.(lid expenditures, this is an excellent op- porlunily to learn what in- novative techni(lues some lons are using to keep budgets in line while providing an acceptable level of ser- vices," said Gerald (Toogan, executive director of the (,ouncil. Mock interviews scheduled at BNU \\;V I']I,IS IIlVER - Blue Motlnlain tJnion S('h(ll will t)e hosting a Mock hllerview Day ,lan. 15. The purpose of this (lay is to give each Senior the op- t)orhinity to enhance their job inlerviewh/g skills This will help them ac(luire lhat vitally inil)rhinl firsl Joh. Ten comnmnity members will inlerview four Seniors each The Woodsville - Wells River Rotary Club has been hell)ful in providing assistance in Ibis endeavor, as well as olher individuals throughout ill(' conlnlunity. The Mock Interview l'rogranl is part of the Career Education i'rogram at Blue Mountain Urlion School: (:areer Education refers to e(tucalional programs and ct(rrictlluns at each deveh)pmental level, which are t)rovided hy the school and community, that provide experiences to students to orient them to select, prepare for. and enter a satisfying and l)ro(tucl ive ca ree r. CUP AWARD---Larry Doughty of S. Ryegate, an Agway Inc. farm systems salesman, accepts the Vice President's Cup for outstanding sales achievement from Thomas C. McCobb, director of merchandising services, as Doughty's wife, Mary, and Frank Collingwood, Agway area farm and home sales manager, smile approval. The award, one of 10 given each year to Agway's 'top sales and servtee employes, was made at Agway's headquarters in Syracuse, N.Y., during the firm's recent 16th annual meeting. Doughty and his wife received an all-expense paid trip to Syracuse for the ceremony. Discussions 00cheduled for children of aging meeting and awarded two POWRValley. prizes for quizzes to Muriel Members of the group met bill to cut most people, successful aging Daicy and Hildah Bedard. in October with officials from spending consists of meeting and Gifts were exchanged; and New England Telephone and mastering a new set of challenges. These individuals, then the gentlemen enjoyed Continental phone companies WASttINGTON, D.C.--On his although growing older, lunch with the laay whomade whose representatives said first day as a Congressman, remain active, involved and the box, and the confetti angel they would solve the problem Vermont Rep. Judd Gregg co- independent throughout their cake made by Loren Welch. of local phone charges. sponsored a bill calling for a later years," says the White Earl Barrett (nearly 93) But "To date, many people minimum 10 percent reduc- River Council on Aging. was able to he present; but are still being billed for in tion in the operating costs of Florence Hersom (90), Leona town calls and the phone the House of Representatives. Stillings, and Mr. and Mrs. companies have not corrected "As I emphasized during Bradford man these problems or contacted my campaign, inflation and there.Lren Welch were unable to be the group as promised," POWR Valley said. how to get it under control is the main issue facing trains in Army Another POWR Valley Eleanor Burroughs member, Gary Murphy said, Congress," Gregg said in BRADFORD--Army Pvt. mtroaucingthe bill Jan. 5. David A.F. Fox, son of Mr. 439-5547 "It is obvious that the phone "Congress last year spent and Mrs. Richard F. Fox of companies are not going to close to$1 billion on itself. If it Bradford, is attending basic The Town Clerk's Officewili remedy this situation out of really plans to get rampant training at Ft. Leonard Wood, be open Mondays, Tuesdays the goodness of their hearts, inflation under control, itmust Mo. and Fridays 9-12 and 1-4; We are asking people who are begin by etting its own During the training, Wednesdays 9-12 until further still having problems with the budget and stMf," he added, students receive instruction in notice. It will no longer be phone company to bring their The bill, sponsored by drill and ceremonies, open on Thursdays or phone bills to the Jan. 20, Congressman Bill Archer weapons, map reading, tac- " Saturdays. meeting at the Newbury from Texas, calls for a tics, military courtesy, Dina DuBois, daughter Congregational Church at7:30 restraint in federal spending military justice, first aid, and Deborah and friend Michelle p.m. where we will make the by limiting Legislative Army history and traditions. all of Manhattan came Dec. 27 ohone companies very aware Branch appropriations for the to Ding Dung House. The of our anger concerning this 97th Congress to nomore than following Tuesday they were persistant problem." 90 per cent of the ap- VERMONT FIRSTS joined by Friedrich Gross, The group is also petitioning propriations expended in the Postage stamp used in from ' Manhattan also. On the Public Service Board to 96thCongress. America was made in Brat- Sunday they returned to their hold an official hearing Gregg's co-sponsorsbip of tleboroin 1846. respective homes. Dina is an concerning this problem and the Budget Reduction Bill was assistant director working on people who are still being preceded by the official a two hour long TV movie for billed improperly are urged to swearing in of the 97th NBA. come to this meeting to sign Congress. WHITE" RIVER JCT.- "For "To a smaller segment at respect to alternative living the older population, however, aging means ill health, coping with the loss of loved ones and difficult economic cir- cumstances. For the adult children of these elders, the aging of their parents poses a unique set of problems. Caught between two generations, they are faced with the dilemma of balancing the needs of their aging parents with those of their adolescent children. Often the middleaged person feels that he or she is meeting the needs of one generation at the ex- pense of the others," the council said. "To assist these individuals who want to support their parents through a difficult aging process, the White River Council on Aging together with Mental Health Services of Southeastern Vernmnt will jointly sponsor a series of discussions for adult children of aging parents. The sessions will provide in- formation about community resources, physical and emotional aspects of aging, and decision-making with 1@ situations," it said. Beginning Jan. 26, the group will meet for six weeks from 7::1o to 9:0o p.m. at the Bugbee Center. There is no cost for the series, which will be informal and designed to meet the needs of participants. For more information, or to register for the group, in- terested persons ,nay call 295- 9068. WilO KNOWS? Meetings at Tops00ffice Board of Civil Authority January 21, 1981 at 7:30 P.M. Budget Committee Meeting January 21, 1981 at 8:00 P.M. for regular budget preparation and Revenue Sharing Hearing 19/9 Actual Use Report on file I:7 ...... \\; . 7. .... :" .............. 77-TzT0n!zTZZ 7FZ;ZZTL 00VACUUM CLEANER 14 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE Cull Joe DoPolo 1-603-448-37117 SALES & SERViCt BAGS & SUPPLIES. -7: ::--'.:-:.::..-::::::::::':7-:H[ :: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: - 15% OFF Introductory Offer ON ALL CHIMNEY KITS Theeasy way to install ff00ctory-built chimneys (6, 7, and 8" sizes) Everythffg n one carton KITS to fit stoves and free- 6" Basic Chimney standing fireplaces. Allows through-the-wall 6&8" Mobile Home (shown) or straight up 8" Renew-a-flue installation. Easy-to-follow (stainless steel flue--for instructions. old unsafe chimneys) -. Carry-Out 8" Through the Wall r Chimney Kill DURA VENT CORP OAKES BROS.INC. BUILDING SUPPLIES & HARDWARE Bradford, Vt. TN. 222-5280 MOlq. - FRI. 7:00A.M. - 5:00P. M. SA37ffRDAY 8:00 A. M, * NOON llow many Friday the 13ths Showroom Open eg. Store flours Plus Frl. Tll 9 p. m. ere there in 19807 Answer on ch(ssified page. .ow in $500 MINIMUM DEPOSIT (EFFECTIVE ANNUAL YIELD 12.94%) The highest rate available anywhere on 2-year Certificates of Deposit from Jan. 8 through Jan. 21. And we're the only bank in Hanover that can give it to you. OUTSTANDING--D. E. "Huck" Gardner of lairlee, Agway Inc. salesman dartmouth (second from Hght) receives the Vice President's Cup for outstanding sales achievement from Thomas C. McCobb, director of merchandising services at ,savings ceremony in Syracuse, N.Y. The cups are given each year tothe top 10 sales and Agway. Gardner's name will be inscribed on Agway's Hall DanK ,service employees of of Fame at the firm's Merchandising Services Center in Syracuse. He also won Hanover & Grantham, N.H. the award in 1976. Gardner and his wire received an all-expense paid trip to Member FDIC Syracuse where the award was made during Agway's recent 161h annual meeting. o,o, ,ou=,o, ,u,,, ,u,m,u= ,.,,y Also in picture are Gardner's wife, Hester, and Richard Stowe, area farm en- o, oatly withdrswll of time deposits terprise service manager. in All Depadments Men's - LQclies' Children's MOSTLY Lorgesf selection we've ever offereO. a00'o00'ov,t 00,t,ps January 14, 1981-The Journal Opinion-Page 9 Orford High School r the week of Jan. 12 to 15: malay--Macaroni w-Cheese, corn, roll w-butter, dessert, nneth 1 d 43  ay--Meatloaf, mash potato, vegetable, roll w-butter, "rt rt, milk. s. of..Mrlnesday__Spaghetti w-Meat Sauce, garlic bread, tossed ixouo p, dessert, milk. mdyDr.s.day--Vegetable Beef Soup, peanut butter - jelly )no ox .Vmh, dessert, milk. ,--JtL'-,--.anday--Baked Beans, corn dogs, cole slaw, dessert, milk. l'ixottos the week of Jan. 19 to 23: heir sonnday--Chop Suey, green beans, roll w-butter, dessert, ly t'ixot|. }esday--Turkey Patti, potato w-gravy, roll w-butter, ne Otteltable , dessert, milk. -- holidayslnesday--Fillet of Fish, french fries, vegetable, mily Mrrt, milk. ll otato chi s ierman,ursday (Exams)--Hot Dogs w-ro, p p, ThomasH. Trunzo, Jr. rt, milk. neralennethday(Exams)--Grinders'freshfruit'milk'of Law office opens (Barre)i B/ Mountain Union School in IVest Lebanon rs. DrtheweekofJan. 12to 16: W. LEBANON .... Attorneys visitclelnesday--Corn Chowder, peanut butter & jelly sand- Rich fildren !, carrot cake, milk. anta) Ursday--Oven Baked Chicken, mashed potato, peas, Thon P, strawberry chiffon pudding, gradi sts of M{!day--Hamburgers, potato chips, toss salad, jello and Scho( arnettng, milk anno m Bar, is menu is subject tochange without notice, of fie( ,nn.r! Orfo, "Gr Oxbow High School locatTht arnettr the week of Jan. 14 to 21: Luci( :endall [ednesday--Beans and franks, salad, fruit. Builc Ursday---.Soup and sandwich, carrot stix, fruit. Th eW. Toiday--Macaroni and Cheese, green beans, fruited will t of Ut week hen A tin. rune nday--Hot turkey sandwich, peas, pudding, week ) with [aesday--Hot dog on roll, potato chips, salad, fruit, only. son prelednesday--Ravioli, wax beans, cookies. Mu altendailk, bread and butter served with all meals. Subject to dicat >(t the ge. " rangq Barg vices Richard E. Mullaly and Thomas tt. Trunzo, Jr., both graduates of Vermont Law School in, S. l{oyalton, have announced the opening of law offices in W. Lebanon and Orford. The W. Lebanon office is located at 94 Main Street in the Lucien Demers Real Estate Building. The Orford office on Rte. 10 will be available for clients on weekday evenings and weekends by appointment Mullaly and Trunzo in- dicated they will provide a range of general legal ser- including civil and criminal litigation, :cessful. h00bon January Birthdays For A.V.S.CC. Ammonoesuc Senior Citizens at the meeting of 1981, with ys. a most welcome fish made by the Cur- , cards were given to all babes, "Happy was sung, and a la birthday ',enjoyed. blood pressure numbered 31; James had a cold; and Parker is to receive attention. Those away, or unable to meetings, received mils cards. A "Thank- Mar" Was read from  evieve Tewksbury; and Bill Carl the Laprobe Program -- ds of I the Seniors planning to kes n'.- ''''y." ,,,,,,-!, ,*,, **, x,e les m Montreal was tossed, with each to the costs, of tran- by bus, tickets, Cote sent best wishes, the poem "The Coal to be read. Beulah contributed youthful on Energy. Harry ana Dorothy offered timely Will Rogers Seniors enjoy. offering had With the press: ber a leaking pipe is toone that is frozen essie Robinson read poem on receiving socks at the Christmas , Lth " -five members of the ] dhan and Hazel Carter nd emplo)%( met at the home of t "Our t'D)td Pauline Sleeper for ; Darrelljannual holiday get- ler. tr correspondent is sorry was no Corinth news ;bed last week. They sent as usual on Friday but never reached ion. y Fullam left Conn. to be with LRev. Everett Fullam for the holiday. On and Rev. Fullam five to six and New will be 89 on about sending card to this :Mansfield Ave., return. received of a son Joshua 9 to Timothy Brennan in America. Tim are missionaries Well known in and Cookville. of the First Church of Richard E. Mullaly North Country Council to hear budget talks FI{ANC()NIA ()liver W. Nelson, President of the North (?ountry Council, has an- nounced that the Council's regular quarterly meeting will Ix, hehl ,lan. 14 at the Church of ('hrist, Franconia. The husiness meeting will start at 7:3o p.m. preceded by a home cx)ked meal prepared hy the church ladies. With the bu(tgetary season upon shlle and local gover- nment, the meeting will feature a presentation entitled "Making Ends Meet in An Era of Reduced l{esources". Rep. Paul LaMott, a nlember of the llouse Appropriations Conlmittee and chairman of two sub- committees, (l{esources and Economic Development, and Transportation) ; Peter Connecticut State Employees Gartland, Town Manager in Association where he handled tlanover: and Daniel Ayer, Workmen's Compensation, Town Manager of Gorham, disability-retirement cases, will also discuss the budgetary employee grievances and process. arbitration. Both town managers have While at Vermont Law developed some innovative School, Mullaly participated techniques for managing town Currier, home of "the Burroughs P.m. to audit the ad Mrs. George of Manchester, id Mr. and Mrs. spent holidays with Norman and alton. Mrs. Ernest and family of were Christmas Uests of her sister and Edah and Gifford bankruptcy, commercial HildahBedard transactions, corporate and 838-6725 other business organizations, party. .estate planning and probate, Door prizes were home-divorce, adoption, landlord- cooking, canned foods, and tenant relations, personal stockings, won by K. Hall, M. injury and property damage, Presby, M. Lytle, R. Heath, S. real estate, taxation and Casey, E. Clough, A. Meserve, worker's compensation. M. Marcoux, I. Gray, D. Judd,. Mullaly received his un- F. Wetherbee, L. Aldrich, M. dergraduate degree from the Hunt, B. Gray, H. Bedard, V. University of Connecticut at Towle, and L. Thompson. Next Storrs. He worked for the week (1-14) prizes will be needed for Game Day, and JessieRobinsonwillchairthe POWR Valley p lunch. To make ready, a rotests Hobby Show is planned for Jan. 21. lo 1 ph billing Rebekahs "Party" Before ca one Two Month Hiatus As several lodges have NEWBURY--The People's the petition to submit to the done, Gertrude Bell Lyman Organization of the Wells PSB Rebekahs voted to have no River Valley. an affiliate of POWR Valley is an affiliate meetings in January and theVermont Alliance will hold of the Vermont Alliance, a February, but meet all a public nleetmg .lan 20 to siatewide citizens summer. Therefore, the lake action alAainst what it organization with member Lafayette I.O.O.F., the calls the telephone companies' groups in Winooski, Brat- Concordia I.O.O,F., and "continued unfair billing for tteboro, Burlington, Hartford, Gertrude Bell Lyman agreed local calls" "People are fed BarreandMontpelier. to combine for a box-party up with continually being meeting at the Corums' on charged for local calls while Dec. 21. the phone companies insist Noble Grand Kay Corum there is no problem," said Gregg backs conducted the business Maggie Bass, a member of in the S. Royalton Legal Clinic, handling cases dealing with Social Security law, human services, and em- ployment security law. He and his wife, Jill, live in W. Lebanon. Trunzo was graduated from Tufts University in Medford, Mass., and had worked for several years prior to at- tending law school for Luf- thansa Airlines and the Social Security Administration. He has also worked at the S. Royalton Legal Clinic assisting clients with ad- ministrative matters on beth the state and federal levels. Trunzo is fluent in French and German. He lives in Orford. Both Muilaly and Trunzo are admitted to the New Hampshire bar and to the Federal Distri&ourt bar.for the District of New Hamp- shire. l'(,Vellues and cx tXllllit Ul't,s, while IaMoll will provide an insighl into the State's t)u(Igelary l)rocess. In olher husiness, the ('OU n C i I'S E con oln i c l)ev(!hlpnlenl (Olnlnillee will rel)tn'l off its ongohlg l)rogranis including the proposed Ilevolving lAian I,'und. 'i'll() (arr()ll (?ounty Rail t)rojecl, and tile Energy I>uhlic Works I)rograin. The I,and 1Jse and Transporlat ion (iolnniillees will also report on iheir act ivilies. Council representatives and hK'al otticials are encouraged Io attend ibis rneeiing. "Wilh in(Tease(t emphasis and allenlion on municipal revenues ;.(lid expenditures, this is an excellent op- porlunily to learn what in- novative techni(lues some lons are using to keep budgets in line while providing an acceptable level of ser- vices," said Gerald (Toogan, executive director of the (,ouncil. Mock interviews scheduled at BNU \\;V I']I,IS IIlVER - Blue Motlnlain tJnion S('h(ll will t)e hosting a Mock hllerview Day ,lan. 15. The purpose of this (lay is to give each Senior the op- t)orhinity to enhance their job inlerviewh/g skills This will help them ac(luire lhat vitally inil)rhinl firsl Joh. Ten comnmnity members will inlerview four Seniors each The Woodsville - Wells River Rotary Club has been hell)ful in providing assistance in Ibis endeavor, as well as olher individuals throughout ill(' conlnlunity. The Mock Interview l'rogranl is part of the Career Education i'rogram at Blue Mountain Urlion School: (:areer Education refers to e(tucalional programs and ct(rrictlluns at each deveh)pmental level, which are t)rovided hy the school and community, that provide experiences to students to orient them to select, prepare for. and enter a satisfying and l)ro(tucl ive ca ree r. CUP AWARD---Larry Doughty of S. Ryegate, an Agway Inc. farm systems salesman, accepts the Vice President's Cup for outstanding sales achievement from Thomas C. McCobb, director of merchandising services, as Doughty's wife, Mary, and Frank Collingwood, Agway area farm and home sales manager, smile approval. The award, one of 10 given each year to Agway's 'top sales and servtee employes, was made at Agway's headquarters in Syracuse, N.Y., during the firm's recent 16th annual meeting. Doughty and his wife received an all-expense paid trip to Syracuse for the ceremony. Discussions 00cheduled for children of aging meeting and awarded two POWRValley. prizes for quizzes to Muriel Members of the group met bill to cut most people, successful aging Daicy and Hildah Bedard. in October with officials from spending consists of meeting and Gifts were exchanged; and New England Telephone and mastering a new set of challenges. These individuals, then the gentlemen enjoyed Continental phone companies WASttINGTON, D.C.--On his although growing older, lunch with the laay whomade whose representatives said first day as a Congressman, remain active, involved and the box, and the confetti angel they would solve the problem Vermont Rep. Judd Gregg co- independent throughout their cake made by Loren Welch. of local phone charges. sponsored a bill calling for a later years," says the White Earl Barrett (nearly 93) But "To date, many people minimum 10 percent reduc- River Council on Aging. was able to he present; but are still being billed for in tion in the operating costs of Florence Hersom (90), Leona town calls and the phone the House of Representatives. Stillings, and Mr. and Mrs. companies have not corrected "As I emphasized during Bradford man these problems or contacted my campaign, inflation and there.Lren Welch were unable to be the group as promised," POWR Valley said. how to get it under control is the main issue facing trains in Army Another POWR Valley Eleanor Burroughs member, Gary Murphy said, Congress," Gregg said in BRADFORD--Army Pvt. mtroaucingthe bill Jan. 5. David A.F. Fox, son of Mr. 439-5547 "It is obvious that the phone "Congress last year spent and Mrs. Richard F. Fox of companies are not going to close to$1 billion on itself. If it Bradford, is attending basic The Town Clerk's Officewili remedy this situation out of really plans to get rampant training at Ft. Leonard Wood, be open Mondays, Tuesdays the goodness of their hearts, inflation under control, itmust Mo. and Fridays 9-12 and 1-4; We are asking people who are begin by etting its own During the training, Wednesdays 9-12 until further still having problems with the budget and stMf," he added, students receive instruction in notice. It will no longer be phone company to bring their The bill, sponsored by drill and ceremonies, open on Thursdays or phone bills to the Jan. 20, Congressman Bill Archer weapons, map reading, tac- " Saturdays. meeting at the Newbury from Texas, calls for a tics, military courtesy, Dina DuBois, daughter Congregational Church at7:30 restraint in federal spending military justice, first aid, and Deborah and friend Michelle p.m. where we will make the by limiting Legislative Army history and traditions. all of Manhattan came Dec. 27 ohone companies very aware Branch appropriations for the to Ding Dung House. The of our anger concerning this 97th Congress to nomore than following Tuesday they were persistant problem." 90 per cent of the ap- VERMONT FIRSTS joined by Friedrich Gross, The group is also petitioning propriations expended in the Postage stamp used in from ' Manhattan also. On the Public Service Board to 96thCongress. America was made in Brat- Sunday they returned to their hold an official hearing Gregg's co-sponsorsbip of tleboroin 1846. respective homes. Dina is an concerning this problem and the Budget Reduction Bill was assistant director working on people who are still being preceded by the official a two hour long TV movie for billed improperly are urged to swearing in of the 97th NBA. come to this meeting to sign Congress. WHITE" RIVER JCT.- "For "To a smaller segment at respect to alternative living the older population, however, aging means ill health, coping with the loss of loved ones and difficult economic cir- cumstances. For the adult children of these elders, the aging of their parents poses a unique set of problems. Caught between two generations, they are faced with the dilemma of balancing the needs of their aging parents with those of their adolescent children. Often the middleaged person feels that he or she is meeting the needs of one generation at the ex- pense of the others," the council said. "To assist these individuals who want to support their parents through a difficult aging process, the White River Council on Aging together with Mental Health Services of Southeastern Vernmnt will jointly sponsor a series of discussions for adult children of aging parents. The sessions will provide in- formation about community resources, physical and emotional aspects of aging, and decision-making with 1@ situations," it said. Beginning Jan. 26, the group will meet for six weeks from 7::1o to 9:0o p.m. at the Bugbee Center. There is no cost for the series, which will be informal and designed to meet the needs of participants. For more information, or to register for the group, in- terested persons ,nay call 295- 9068. WilO KNOWS? Meetings at Tops00ffice Board of Civil Authority January 21, 1981 at 7:30 P.M. 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