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January 14, 1981-The Journal Opinion-Page I1 "-P UBLICqqOT/C E: = .00erritt ,400,enc00 inc. 00e=lt00 d[Montebello Street Jldbine A. Leuthold .,- [och-dil,, NH 037&5 rc&.er " ippr747-26oe r i,__ .__'start No. z27--Older 7 room Cape home has been lnooeled -- 3 bedrooms, large living room with brick ; [ISUlp, lace -- seven-tenths acre + or - on paved road in , ,all quiet town. Pretty mountain & village views. ered at a low $26,500. , _. "Jl t No. 130--A little TLC will set this nouse back 31 ere it belongs 3 bedrooms kitchen, living room, I u ning room -- la'rae town lot with an old Post Office ding with, z bat'h on property. Screened front porch mmmapartial basement. Offered at $29,000. t No. 180--Victorian beauty tastefully redecorated illllllll 10 room home on about Iz an acre + or -. 5 iA---R.ooms, 2 baths -- lots of kitchen cabinets, #Op|rigerator, stove & dishwasher are all part of it. rble counter tops give the kitchen a rich look. )rmal dining room.., fireplace in the living room. 1 )plies ad Sh? e garage plus two story barn -- carriage house. Ogre ground Coleco 24' pool has deck on 2 sides -- all Iced in. Offered at $44,900. ;t No. llg--19th Century creamery has been aodeled into a comfortable home. All on one level -- bedrooms, l'z baths. Beautiful wood paneling 'oughout includes birch, pine & oak. Gigantic eplace in living room. Modern kitchen with range -- x 39' screened in porch with grill for barbecue. 3 car rage --  :, acre lot + or -. Walk to school and store. Eared at $38,500. PAUL MAYETTE, Associate Home: 787-62711 GEORGE ROGERS, Aasoclate Home: 747-I8 REAL ESTATE {o. 4171----Groton, 10 acres bordering state forest. 900. 4222--Nice, 4 bedroom home on two lovely acres Wells River. Living room and dining room, two hardwood floors throughout, garage 4276-- 105 acres, Wrights MtRoad, Bradford, V'i., a beautiful parcel of land, facing south and th good views; open and wooded. Owner may 4272--Bath, N.H. on the Monroe Road. Com- 3-bedroom mobile home with addition and /z acre. $11,200. IO. 4283B--10 acres, Peacham, $5,000; frontage on all- road; hard & soft woods; good for recreation, home, or investment. Terms for seller. (Manyof our listings can be owner-financed ) for our free list of land and houses' X1TCTI"GIq SERVIC-ES MAS REAL00 Bnjce & Miriam Thomas ........ Farms-Hot Corinth Taxpayers There will be a proposed use hearing for revenue sharing funds on Monday, January 26, 1981, at 8 P.M. in the town offices in Cookville. Residents have the right to make written and oral comments with regard to possible uses of the funds. Following the revenue sharing meeting, there will be a meeting of the Corinth Budget Committee. John G. Learmonth Town Clerk NOTICE OF NEARING ON AtLOWANCE OF WILL STATE OF VERMONT IN THE MATTER Of THE ESTATE OF Olive D. Roberts PROBATE COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF gmdferd To the heirs at tow and oll persons interested in the Estate of Olive D. Roberts, late of Foirlee, in said District, deceased: You ore notified that a written in- strument dated April 25, 1977, and purporting to be the Last Will and Testament and a Codicil thereto dated May 3, 1980 of said deceased has been presented to the Probate Court for the District of Bradford by Dartmouth National Bank, through the Law Offices of Black & Plonte, Inc., with o petition requesting Probate thereof. The hearing thereon has been scheduled for the 11th day of February, 1981 at 10:00 a.m, at the Probate Court, Wells River, Vermont. You may appear then aod there to show cause, if any you may hove, why the said instrument should not be allowed as the Lost Will and Testament of the deceased. Doted this 31st day of December, 1980. / s/ Rend N. Vigneau Judge 1/14-21-28 MOTILE Of NLMIING ON ALLOWANaE OF WItL STATE OE VEILMOMT IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Necdett g. Miler PROBeJE COURT FOR THE DISTRICt Of Beudfecd To the heirs at law and all persons interested in the Estole of Harriott B. Miller, late of The)ford, in said District, deceased: You are notified that a written in- strument dated April 24, 1975, and purporting to be the Lost Will and Testament of said deceased has been presented to the Probate Court for the District of Bradford by Walter I. Miller, with o petition requesting Probate thereof. The hearing thereon has been :heduled for the 2nd day of February, 1981 at 10:00 AM at the Probate Court, Wells River, Vermont. You m,Y aoear then and there to show cause, ,tony you may have, why the mid instrument should not be ogowed as the Lost Will and Testament of the deceased. Doted this 24th day of December, 1980. / s/Rerm N. Vigneou I FINANCIAL SERVICES Tax Planning And Record Keeping for Prompt Personal Service CALL WILLIAM K. ARPS 802429-2365 Card of Thanks I wish to express my thanks to all the doctors, nurses, and other personnel at Mary Hitchcock. All my thanks to the staff in the emergency room, ICMU and Faulkner 3 for all the care and kindness given to me. Special thanks to my husband, Howard. Also to my sister, Dodie and my sons, Douglas and Darrell for being here to take me to the hospital. Many thanks to my family, good neighbors and friends for the cards, flowers, visits and phone calls. Thank You also to Billings Dairy, Union 36, Post Mills Church, Village Improvement Club of West Fairlee, and the Thetford Senior and Cadette Girl Scouts for the Christmas gifts. Everything was greatly appreciated. Happy New Year Betty Dresser Post Mills, Vt. CARD OF THANKS My sincere appreciation to my family and friends for all thoughtful kindnesses and cheerful cards and notes received these past weeks. They helped me through a discouraging time. Best Wishes to all Sincerely, Cora A. Haines m[m: [,] q pi.-00 $10,995; CONCORD (1981) 14 FIREPLACE--FreeStanding wide 2 bedr. Heavily in- Fire-Place, good condition, 10 sulated, 40 gal. water heater, sections of stovepipe, m- all furnished, etc. del. and set cluding elbows & roof fixtures. up $1,650 down and invest $169 Best offer. 787-6477 or 617-681- for 144 months. Note $24,336. 8444. 4T--i-28---C 1/7--14--21 APR 17 per cent Reg. $12,200 this week $10.995. Mobile IeAWNMOWER-- 20" /ff_A1l(RI,2[miizrl[,lt homes NOW appreciate NOT Murray. Used only twice. $65. depreciate, tlousing is your Ca11802-222-4032. TF-NC '72 DATSUN 510 Station ix, st hedge against iifflation. GIBSON automatic dish- Wagon, Good condition. ('h)scd Wed. Opcn Sundays washer with cuttlng board top. Lsking $900. Call evenings 802- Citation Mobile lh)mc $35. (8112 8111i-5157. nc 439-5769. 4T--2-4--c IAquidah)rs, l{t. 12 ................ I';' J EEPSTER-- Needs work. $550. Reason for selling, moving. Call 802-429-2162. 4t2-4---- 45!!r '!. _--2: -I-----P ............... monlh WOOl) SI)i,IT'I'EI{ - New 2 ft. lh)bush. $125o. Reason for selling, inoving. ('all 802-429- 2162 4t--2-,I--c TIt A t'TOI{-- M assey- I,'urgus(tl 65 diesel. $31100. Vilh chains. $4100. Reason for st,lling, moving. ('all 802-429- 211i2. 41--2-.I--e ............................. BOAT ANI) TI{AII,ER-- 14 ft. altufilUln $200. Reason for selling, m(wug. Call 802-429 2162. 41--2-4--c FOR SALE--1967 Chev. Ton Truck, good condition, dump body needs work, used for wood deliveries. Asking $795.00. 802-333-9464 after 5:30 . p.m. TF-C ICLASSIFIEDS i PRIOlt SERVICEMEN join the New Hampshire Army National Guard on a part-time basis under the Try One --.-- Program! Any prmr ser- vicemen who have been ' FOR SALE honorably discharged from any branch of the military I.'I{EEZEi{--('hcsl type. ('.all may be eligible to join the (;03 797!_211(i1. l_tT_2_-l---c - .......... National Guard at their for- mar rank. even if they have 1!171 I'()I,AIUS TX-440 been oul for 20 years. You will l,;xcellcni ct)n(lilion, low earn between $76.00 and nlih'ag(' $500 Tel. 802-222- $150.00 for one weekend a AKC--l(egistcred Britliney Spaniels. Excellent hunting slack. Greal house dog. 802- 222-4529. 4'!'--1-28-- I ) ('B i'OWER i'A(;KS-- 2 availahk, Only $12.50 each. ('all 802-222-4032. tf-nc PAY MASTER--Checkwriter. Only.S65. Call 802-222-4032. tf- nc deal I D_00l STATE Of VERMONT ORANGE SUPERIOR COURT ORANGE COUNTY ss. Civil Action Docket No. S 2-81 Oe d MARCELLA G. BISHOP. Plaintiff VS JAMES G. BISHOP, Defendant SUMMONS AND 0110111 FOR PURLICATION To the above-named Defendant: YOu ore hereby summoned and required to serve upon John Morale, Esq., plaintiff's attorney, whose address is 2B Main StrooL Wells River, Vermont 05081 on answer to plaintiff's complaint in the bave-entitled action within 4f days after the date of the first publication of this summons, which is February 25, 1981. If you fail to do so, judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the com- plaint Your answer must also be filed with the courL Unless the relief demanded in'. the complaint is for damage covered by a liability insurance policy under which the insurer has the right or obligation to conduct the defense or unless otherwise provided i Rule t3(o) your answer must state as o counterclaim any relote claim whlOI you may hove ogoinst the plaintiff nr YOU will therealtei be barred from nlomg such clolm it1 any other action Plointif s octlon Is a tomplint for dwarte brought by plokntiff ogoinst defendant in which plamid, alleges lhol she has lived separate and aport from defendant for more than six consecutive months on that resumphon af marital relohons is not reasonably probable. copy of the complaint is on file and may be obtained at the office of the clerk of this roar1 Orange Supers, Court. Chelsea. Vermont, If you would like a little change in your life from your present job. and a lot of change in your pocket, call SSG David Wright, in Woodsville, 747-3431 Mon.- Fri.. 8 to 4:30 p.m. The Guard is New llampshire at its best! 8'1"--2-25--C Charlestown, N.It. IT--I- XKV V,c!4istcred BriltlueS 14--- Spattieis. Excellent huu/ing shx'k. Great house dog. 802- $1,56O DOWN and only $151 for 222-4529. 4T--I-28--p_ _ _ 144 months buys a NEW 14 wide 2 bedroom, furnished COFFEE TABLE--Addtothe delivered and set up. No. 7667. decor of any room. $15. Call Note $21,744. Payment inc. 802-222-4032. tf-nc insurance too. Cash price It appearing from the affidavit duly $9,5. Closed Wed. Open WOODSTOVES-- Andes filed in the above-entitled action that Sundays. Fairlanc Mobile kitchen range, excel, cond., service cannot be mode with due diligence Home Discounters, RE. 3 $400, will dicker. A super, lge. by any of the methods prescribed in Tillon, N.tt. IT--1-14--c oak icebox, great cond. V.R.C.P. 41d) through (f) inclusive, it is Gilbride. Doe Hill. S. hereby ORDERED that service of the above kTES, REALTORS, ':u; CIIEVY COUPE-- '57 Main Chevy frame, front end W. NEWBURY, '.-- ...... a.m. process shall be mode upon the defendant. Street ;[leniV;YagB00 al New Moon mobile HV3me. 112912. mewoury, or alter6 p.m. James O Bishop. by publication pursuord TF-NC to V.R.C.P 41g). This order shall be New Hampshire 03561 1-+m-TST-e2, r--1"2.3l. .... X 70 ft. 3 bdrms, on 15 acres .... published once o week for three con- ,- plUS or minus) with brook, secutive weeks on January 15, 1981, (603) 44@7781 1978 I)OI)GI,; truck, 4 wheel 'IO (plus or tninqs) acres i II1 (tL'l Imd[ll I [id-' Sonuory , 1981 ond Sonuory q, 1981, JIM & MARGARET ELLIOTr drive, , + Ion V8 standard, low open and balance wooded. mileage. $4000. Call Tony up for wood-oil heal l Set --- ------ I __ in the Journel Olinb o newspaper of t a.|. u e.l.., genera c rculotion in Orange County and a + ESTAT. OF l ........... , Woodsvige, N,H. 03785 Sp([)ner 802-439-5381, 4'r-'. C-all m'm ..... - " ....... 00. T VIIMn"V copy of this order shall be mailed to the Probate Cou ATE 0F ......... defendonl James G. Bishop. ;f his address (603) 747-3485 l!...Te .... "*Nt"t,a'-ZIO. 41"--2-4--- - O/str/ctofBrodford ss isknown. EAH OFFICER INIllll.f)ENTs.y 'N[D A;It; OPFqATE0. " ' ' Dated at Chelsea Vermont. this 5th -+,.+,.+ o .......... III F+--1 It' To oil interested persons: At the Probate Court in Wells River. on day of January, 1981. "k" the 16th day of December 1980 an Alden T. Bryan Over the NOTICE OFNEAIING ON authenticated copy of the last Will and Burton W. Spooner River *ttOWAm o, ,.U Testament and the Probate of Edwin H. JacksonT. Webb ' , STATEOF VERMONT Palmer late of Wayne in the County of Judges ef Orange Svperler Court FRANCONIA INSURANCE (continued from page 4) ,N THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF EIIIIrur Possoic, ,in the State of New Jersey, 3T'l/14-21-2B ' I REAL ESTATE AGENCY.___ Then that house was torn a.w,+,l dereosmt leaving estate in sa+ddistrict. PROBATE COURT FOR THE duly proved allowed and established in the DISTRICTOF llwdfm'd rrogate's Court for the County and State |/lr;llld[lll[l']., (;t,r.'e I.'.MireQni;hel)al.d.l.'rank ('re'bell II,d11-I"1 downin Woodsvilleand rebuiltfromSOmewherethe luG- To the heirs at tow and oll persons aforesaid, was presented to this Court, be,. interested in the Estate of Eleanor D. agreeable to the statute in scases. | Weibel, late of Bradford, in said District, And il is ordered by said Court that the STATE OF V|RMONT 603-823-5505 I"rattr,,tti;. \\;+11. RFAI,TOB "There used to be a road deceased: 26th day of January 1981 at the Probate DISTRICT OF BRADFORD. 55. NOTICE TO CREDITORS You are notified that a written in- Court in Wells River. at /0:00 o'clock in FOR apart- with bath, wall to ing, kitchen ap- ights, hot I rubbish ip rent. requed. No in this well ag. Mt. St., [. Tel. 787-6280 rd C Patten. * Presidential IM- Inaug rations A one: U (continued from page 4) history concludes were elegant occasions. But Andrew Jackson's White House reception for "his fellow citizens" was another matter, now legendary for the rout that occurred. For starters, "men with muddy boots stood on damask satin- covered chairs and orange punch drenched the furniture to the accompaniment of breaking china and crystal," Durbin writes. How do the presidents themselves view these festivities? Jefferson, who had arrived early at James Madison's ball on March , 1809, asked a friend to "tell me how to behave, for it has been more than 40 years since I have been to a ball." John Quincy Adams reported that the "crowd was ex- cessive--the heat oppressive and the entertainment bad." And host Madison confided to a friend: "I would rather be in bed," 1' 3 bedroom carpeted. $350 Bradford. r garage. 802-222- Lisbon -- Bradford newly 1st floor. furnished. deposit and no 12. 3T--1-21---c LAND-- !.-acre. degree views. Tips on Reducing for hunter o Energ,Consumption skier. $6000. Homes with wood stoves Realtor 6O3- (about 70 per cantor home in -I-1421--e Our area) can plan domplete NOTES AND meals on the stove. You may COMMENTS enjoy some of the great slow lea Ihat lhe world is cooked meals that used to be Ins much of what we the mainslay of kitchen tables. along the top of Pond Ledge, strument dated July 10, 1980, Dad the forenoon be aSS,goad for all persons called the 'Devil's Slide'. We purporting to be the Last Will and interested to appear and contest the kids used to go there and pJek Testament of said deceased has been allowance of such instrument, and the presented to the Prabote Court for the prooate thereof, if they see cOuse and Mayflowers and sit there and District of Bradford by Catherine W. that notice thereof be given by publishing dangle our feet. One time Spencer, with a petition requesting Probote ;sere;h::we3keSwSuccessively in the, Mother went with us and took thereof, paper published in The hearing thereon has been said District. previous to the time op- the camera and took a picture scheduled for the 2nd day of February, pointed, of French Pond from there. In 1981 at 1:00 p.m. at the Probate Court, Therefore, you ore hereby notified to Wells River, Vermont. You may appear appear oerore said Court, at the time and the picture, the pond was then and there to show cause, f any you pmce aforesmd, and contest the o owance shaped like a five-pointed may have, why the said instrument should of the sad nstrument and the probate slar, with all the little coves.. Testamentnt be allowedof the deceosed.S the Last Will and thereof, if you have couseGleen Under My Noud, at Wells River in said District, Dated this 291h day of December, this 23rd day of December. 1980. "My Dad used to drill the 198o. /s/Reno N. Vigneou To the Creditors of the Estate of Amber M. Farr late of Bradford. Vermont, deceased. Showmut Bank of Boston N.A., One Federal Street Fourth Floor Boston, Massachusetts '02211; Wallace J, Fort', Hanover, N.H. and Bradford E. Forr o f Bradford, Vermont hereby states that they have been appointed a personal representative of the above estate. All creditors having claims against the above estate ore required to present the claim in writing within four months after the date of the first publication hreof to the above personal representative at the above address or to the Register of the Probate Court at Wells River. Vermont. or said laim will be forever barred. Rend N. Vigneou granite by hand, then put the powder in it and let it go 3T--f-31--)-7--14 'Whish ?' There was a fuse that set off the powder to split out those big blocks of granite. "Dad could hit that drill without even looking at it. I've We support seen him demonstrate on pieces of rock, with his drills and hammers and so forth. I'd a-been afraid I'd hit my thumb, but tIE wasn't." JudBe 12/31-1/7-14 Doted at Bradford this 7th day of JedRe January, 1981 Shawmut Bank of Boston N.A. By Kristion J. Stoltenberg Trust Officer Wallace J, Forr Bradford E. Forr 1/14-21-28 000toi[00., t UNITED WAY. Shouldn't you? STATE OF VlRMONT NOTICE TO CREDITORS DISTRICT OF Bradford. SS. To the Creditors of the Estate of Richard Hugh Sanborn late of Bradford. Vermont deceased. Carolyn Sanborn of P.O. Box 134 Bradford, V! 05033 hereby states thai she has been oopomted o personal representative of the above estate. All creditors hov;ng claims against the above estate are required to present the claim ,n writing wthin four months after the dote of the first publication hereof to the above personal representative oi the above address or to the Register of the Probate Court at Wells River Vermonl 05081, Vermont, or stud claim wilt be forever barred. Doted af Bradford Vt this 18th day of December, 1980 Car olyn C r Sanborn 12 / 3) - I / 7- t 4 Personal Reprelenteflve Other quarry recollections The house from the quarries was moved to where Drowns" house is now, then was moved to Woodsviile. The road from the quarries to North Haverhill came straight down from the road by Applebees', across what is now Robert Stoddard's pasture. There were another small quarry and a stoneshed on a branch from that road, behind Drowns', on the nor- theast corner of the Stoddard land. The quarry and the foundation of the stoneshed can still be seen, along with chunks of granite, some of them polished. There are many other snmll quarries in the neigh- borhond. (to be eonlinued) NOW BUYING Pine Saw Logs Profile Lumber Co Lisbon, N.H. For more information 603-838.644)0 or 603-8,38-6767 IllGll SCitOOL JUNIORS AND SENIORS-- The New llampshire Army National Guard in Woedsville, NH has some great news ! You may be eligible to enlist in the Guard for a part-time job under the all new Split-Training Option. Choose a career that offers education, advancement. advance training, good pay and benefits -- PLUS a $1500 cash bonus or up to $4000 in Educational Assistance. Stop by4he Woodsville Armory on South Court Street and see SSG David Wright or CALL 603-747-3431. Mon.-Fri., 8-4:30 p.m. The Guard is New ttampshire at its Best! 2T--2- 25--C ROOFINC,--T.A. KURALT Ct). All types of roofing and rcpail:,s, slate stainless seams, copper seam aluminum. 14 years in the business. Call 802- 866-5547. Low Prices! Work by lhe hour or contract. 8T--2-4 B&I, BUILDERS--The renmdeling Pros. Also repairs arid new conslruclion. Over 25 years experience. Call 802-685- 4557 for a free estimate. 8t--3- 4p WANTEI)-- Copies of Journal Opinion or l,ittleton Courier. Aug. 1.174 l)ec. 1,176. Will pay ::: well. Reply Box 95, N. ii :. n;;,'erh!.l).!)i)774. 2+'ly i:::t!i ANTIQUES OF ALL KINDS the Antique Touch Ed & Lynda Kulikowski Plain) in Bradford m 8o2.=2.,.7 m m I Residence:  I WANTED-- Used or old decoys, old books on hunting and fishing. Write Box 4. Bradford, Vt. 05033. ff--nc WANTED-- Cash paid f6r hOtographs or movi.tg pic- res of the serious ski jum- ping accident that occurred at the]nternational Ski Jumping Meet that was held at Berlin, New Hampshire, on February 27, 1977. Please call Mrs. Moore "collect", Manchester 669-2211, 8:30 A. M. to 5:00 P. M. J J[t][,'i J'i I[*111 dl mi, I,(!S'I' DOG-- English Setter. 1,3me tags. Answers to "'Maggie". White, brown and bhlck coloring+ Losl in the Bttgers llill area on Jan. 2. Reward. ('all 603-795-2591 o1' )' '''r (''t 8(2-22..).LLt. IT--I.7--c WANTED We are regular ouyers of White Birch Logs. We offer good prices and prompt payments. Short and long term agreements desired. For log specifications and prices, contact Plymouth MANUFACTURING COMPANY \\;P.O. Box 280 Plymoulh, N.H. 03264 / PHONE: 1-603-536-2156 OPENINGS FOR POLICE OFFICERS The City of Burlington, Vermont Police Department is accepting applications for the position of police officer. We are seeking dedicated, hard-working men and women, qualified or ready to train for a rewarding career in the law enforcement. Several immediate openings. Starting base salary $11,031 annually to increase to $12,917 after first year. Competitive benefits. For application and information write to: BURLINGTON POLICE DEPARTMENT Management Services Bureau 82 South Winooski Avenue Burlington, Vermont 05401 WANTEI)--Women living with Vietnam Veterans for national projecl exploring the effecls of the war on families. (';Ill collect 223-3181 or write l)orolhy Tad, 20 Bailey, Montpc[icr 05602. BBAI)FORI) OII, ('o. would like to hire Iwo tractor trailer drivers. Must have experience and good record. New England and New York. Bradford Oil Company, lradford. VT., 222-5251. TF--1-14--4' LIKE $$$$$$$$? Work 20 hours )ler week for approximately 20.00. For interview ap- pointnlent call Judy. 603-989- 3362. I T--I-4.--c WANTED-- Part-time ex- perienced bookkeeper. Bradford Oil Co. 802-222-5251. I-7 TF--C WANTFl)--ttelper for 3 days a weck,, to assist bed-ridden lady. ('all 802-429-2223. 3t--I- 28--c FARM AUCTION COMPLETE I)ISPERSAL CATTLE AClliNERY CROPS..REAL ESTATE :::i:, Monday, January 19, 1981 9:30A.M. ::i! Sorreli'Farm in Franklin Vt. approx. 1 mile from iii! Franklin. Watch for Auction Arrows in Franklin. +; We have been commissioned to sell the complete j!iil operating farm for Mr. and Mrs. Burton Sorrell. This is i!i I an excellent line of registered*cattle and machinery, iiiiiiii and a lovely 250 acre farm. i14 ]lead Cattle i14 llead i?! 95 Registered 19 Grades iii;! + Catalogs available at ringside. 53 Cows 12 fresh, 8 due in February, 11 due in iiji March with the balance in various stages of lactation. !iii 7 Bred Heifers due in February and March. il)ii |1 Heifers  have been with bull since October I, 1980. !ii Balls I so. old Triple Threat. 10 so. ii! MoneyMaker, 10 month Willow and 2 registered stock ii!i bulls. ?i:: :18 Yearlings and calves-mostly registered. ]i: Most of these animals are calfhood vaccinated All +: cattle 'i/I he blood tested, lasal treated. T.B. tested :i;i  and pregnancy checked prior to sale Sires used include Ivanhoe Ace, Triple Threat. Astronaut. Arlinda Chief, Idealist, Jupiter, Criterion. .i!i!i: All cattle classified in November, 1920 ::: MAClllNERY il): ii AC 50-50 4 wheel drive 1979 Dion corn-hay chopper ii i tractor-new JD 15-20 Tractor lti Profile J1) 20-20 tractor JD 40-20 tractor w-148 bucket loader JI) bay bine-new 80-9' JD 224T Baler w-kicker mad No. 30 1979 Kastin Blower Nil blower 2-new 1979 Dion forage wagons w-steel roof 20" rubber Allied hay elevator 2-Kicker hay wagons 1979 Grimm redder AC side delivery rake '78 JD rototiller "79 Brillion 5' seeder 3 pt. hitch cultivator(MF) JD 4 botton plows-new "78 i MF harrows-ll' trans i Ford 3 pt. harrows Jl) drag harrows ttanson crop sprayer JD corn planter-4 row:;:: computerized ii JD I row 3 pt. corn chopper i::i Ezee Flow 109 Anco fertilizerii spreader i JD spreader tank *!::; Star line spreader tank : Badger spreader hyd!i tailgate w-new bed chain :: 4 sets tractor chains i; BAR & i:: MILKING EQUIPMENT !i :.i 800 gal. DeLaval tank w.i: washer iiiii 4 DeLaval magnetic milkers i:.i!i i 2 dumping stations Hose dryer i DeLaval milker pump ii!:::: Universal milker pump i!!ii 2 barn fans ::i;! teat cup washer ::i; grain cart-saw(ius| carl :?: Wheelbarrows i!:i 260' Clay barn cleaner i:i;: Special--20x50 Madison cement silo w-Starline unloader REAL ESTATE A lovely 50 cow farm with new 5 room house. 50 tie barn, 250 acres of land including fields, pasture, woodland Entire farm will be offered, but if not sold. it will be offered in 4 parcels. 1 ltouse-barn and 53 acres of mostly tillable land. 2.85 acres with some open fields and some excellent woodland. 3.75 acres with mixed woods, excellent spring, farm pond, 10 acres tillable including a mobile home site w- septic and water. 4. 40 acres with 10 acres pasture and woodland in- cluding old sugar house. Real Estate may be seen on Sunday, January 18th, from 1:00 to 5:00 P.M. The owner reserves the right to one bid on the real estate. All parcels to be surveyed prior to sale. Terms on real estate- 10 per cent down on day of !ii sale. balance at closing within 3O days, MISCELLANEOUS i 12 x 60 3 bedroom Mobile New clippers  home Fencers i Truck camper 6 sheep-4 bred  McCulioch Mini-Mac chain 5 goats-2 bred  saw Semen tank w-about 50 units)i! Pro-Mac chain of semen Semen-Asto Ruse ABS ton grain bin Triple Threat ABS rain bin-new w-auger some Jersey & Ayrshire 2 gas tanks- 150 gal. llolslein bulls Fuel tank- 250 gal. 40 Roosters-40 Pullets All farm small tools CROPS Two-thirds silo full of Haylage Approx. 1500 bales of hay TERMS: CASII SALE POSITIVE LUNCII SALE IIELD UNDER TENT AUCTIONEERS: SALE MANAGED BY: Marcel Roberts Noel Lussier Newport, Vt. 334-2638 Greg I,ussier ('ra fL*burv, Vt. 52(;-25:1:1 + Hardwick, Vt. 472-5907 ! Douglas Gilmour i Morrisville Commission Sales i Morrisviile, Vt. 288-35'|1  i ::!!::::;i!:!ii:; .: !:?:;::i::i:! ii;:i:::i::.::!?i January 14, 1981-The Journal Opinion-Page I1 "-P UBLICqqOT/C E: = .00erritt ,400,enc00 inc. 00e=lt00 d[Montebello Street Jldbine A. Leuthold .,- [och-dil,, NH 037&5 rc&.er " ippr747-26oe r i,__ .__'start No. z27--Older 7 room Cape home has been lnooeled -- 3 bedrooms, large living room with brick ; [ISUlp, lace -- seven-tenths acre + or - on paved road in , ,all quiet town. Pretty mountain & village views. ered at a low $26,500. , _. "Jl t No. 130--A little TLC will set this nouse back 31 ere it belongs 3 bedrooms kitchen, living room, I u ning room -- la'rae town lot with an old Post Office ding with, z bat'h on property. Screened front porch mmmapartial basement. Offered at $29,000. t No. 180--Victorian beauty tastefully redecorated illllllll 10 room home on about Iz an acre + or -. 5 iA---R.ooms, 2 baths -- lots of kitchen cabinets, #Op|rigerator, stove & dishwasher are all part of it. rble counter tops give the kitchen a rich look. )rmal dining room.., fireplace in the living room. 1 )plies ad Sh? e garage plus two story barn -- carriage house. Ogre ground Coleco 24' pool has deck on 2 sides -- all Iced in. Offered at $44,900. ;t No. llg--19th Century creamery has been aodeled into a comfortable home. All on one level -- bedrooms, l'z baths. Beautiful wood paneling 'oughout includes birch, pine & oak. Gigantic eplace in living room. Modern kitchen with range -- x 39' screened in porch with grill for barbecue. 3 car rage --  :, acre lot + or -. Walk to school and store. Eared at $38,500. PAUL MAYETTE, Associate Home: 787-62711 GEORGE ROGERS, Aasoclate Home: 747-I8 REAL ESTATE {o. 4171----Groton, 10 acres bordering state forest. 900. 4222--Nice, 4 bedroom home on two lovely acres Wells River. Living room and dining room, two hardwood floors throughout, garage 4276-- 105 acres, Wrights MtRoad, Bradford, V'i., a beautiful parcel of land, facing south and th good views; open and wooded. Owner may 4272--Bath, N.H. on the Monroe Road. Com- 3-bedroom mobile home with addition and /z acre. $11,200. IO. 4283B--10 acres, Peacham, $5,000; frontage on all- road; hard & soft woods; good for recreation, home, or investment. Terms for seller. (Manyof our listings can be owner-financed ) for our free list of land and houses' X1TCTI"GIq SERVIC-ES MAS REAL00 Bnjce & Miriam Thomas ........ Farms-Hot Corinth Taxpayers There will be a proposed use hearing for revenue sharing funds on Monday, January 26, 1981, at 8 P.M. in the town offices in Cookville. Residents have the right to make written and oral comments with regard to possible uses of the funds. Following the revenue sharing meeting, there will be a meeting of the Corinth Budget Committee. John G. Learmonth Town Clerk NOTICE OF NEARING ON AtLOWANCE OF WILL STATE OF VERMONT IN THE MATTER Of THE ESTATE OF Olive D. Roberts PROBATE COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF gmdferd To the heirs at tow and oll persons interested in the Estate of Olive D. Roberts, late of Foirlee, in said District, deceased: You ore notified that a written in- strument dated April 25, 1977, and purporting to be the Last Will and Testament and a Codicil thereto dated May 3, 1980 of said deceased has been presented to the Probate Court for the District of Bradford by Dartmouth National Bank, through the Law Offices of Black & Plonte, Inc., with o petition requesting Probate thereof. The hearing thereon has been scheduled for the 11th day of February, 1981 at 10:00 a.m, at the Probate Court, Wells River, Vermont. You may appear then aod there to show cause, if any you may hove, why the said instrument should not be allowed as the Lost Will and Testament of the deceased. Doted this 31st day of December, 1980. / s/ Rend N. Vigneau Judge 1/14-21-28 MOTILE Of NLMIING ON ALLOWANaE OF WItL STATE OE VEILMOMT IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Necdett g. Miler PROBeJE COURT FOR THE DISTRICt Of Beudfecd To the heirs at law and all persons interested in the Estole of Harriott B. Miller, late of The)ford, in said District, deceased: You are notified that a written in- strument dated April 24, 1975, and purporting to be the Lost Will and Testament of said deceased has been presented to the Probate Court for the District of Bradford by Walter I. Miller, with o petition requesting Probate thereof. The hearing thereon has been :heduled for the 2nd day of February, 1981 at 10:00 AM at the Probate Court, Wells River, Vermont. You m,Y aoear then and there to show cause, ,tony you may have, why the mid instrument should not be ogowed as the Lost Will and Testament of the deceased. Doted this 24th day of December, 1980. / s/Rerm N. Vigneou I FINANCIAL SERVICES Tax Planning And Record Keeping for Prompt Personal Service CALL WILLIAM K. ARPS 802429-2365 Card of Thanks I wish to express my thanks to all the doctors, nurses, and other personnel at Mary Hitchcock. All my thanks to the staff in the emergency room, ICMU and Faulkner 3 for all the care and kindness given to me. Special thanks to my husband, Howard. Also to my sister, Dodie and my sons, Douglas and Darrell for being here to take me to the hospital. Many thanks to my family, good neighbors and friends for the cards, flowers, visits and phone calls. Thank You also to Billings Dairy, Union 36, Post Mills Church, Village Improvement Club of West Fairlee, and the Thetford Senior and Cadette Girl Scouts for the Christmas gifts. Everything was greatly appreciated. Happy New Year Betty Dresser Post Mills, Vt. CARD OF THANKS My sincere appreciation to my family and friends for all thoughtful kindnesses and cheerful cards and notes received these past weeks. They helped me through a discouraging time. Best Wishes to all Sincerely, Cora A. Haines m[m: [,] q pi.-00 $10,995; CONCORD (1981) 14 FIREPLACE--FreeStanding wide 2 bedr. Heavily in- Fire-Place, good condition, 10 sulated, 40 gal. water heater, sections of stovepipe, m- all furnished, etc. del. and set cluding elbows & roof fixtures. up $1,650 down and invest $169 Best offer. 787-6477 or 617-681- for 144 months. Note $24,336. 8444. 4T--i-28---C 1/7--14--21 APR 17 per cent Reg. $12,200 this week $10.995. Mobile IeAWNMOWER-- 20" /ff_A1l(RI,2[miizrl[,lt homes NOW appreciate NOT Murray. Used only twice. $65. depreciate, tlousing is your Ca11802-222-4032. TF-NC '72 DATSUN 510 Station ix, st hedge against iifflation. GIBSON automatic dish- Wagon, Good condition. ('h)scd Wed. Opcn Sundays washer with cuttlng board top. Lsking $900. Call evenings 802- Citation Mobile lh)mc $35. (8112 8111i-5157. nc 439-5769. 4T--2-4--c IAquidah)rs, l{t. 12 ................ I';' J EEPSTER-- Needs work. $550. Reason for selling, moving. Call 802-429-2162. 4t2-4---- 45!!r '!. _--2: -I-----P ............... monlh WOOl) SI)i,IT'I'EI{ - New 2 ft. lh)bush. $125o. Reason for selling, inoving. ('all 802-429- 2162 4t--2-,I--c TIt A t'TOI{-- M assey- I,'urgus(tl 65 diesel. $31100. Vilh chains. $4100. Reason for st,lling, moving. ('all 802-429- 211i2. 41--2-.I--e ............................. BOAT ANI) TI{AII,ER-- 14 ft. altufilUln $200. Reason for selling, m(wug. Call 802-429 2162. 41--2-4--c FOR SALE--1967 Chev. Ton Truck, good condition, dump body needs work, used for wood deliveries. Asking $795.00. 802-333-9464 after 5:30 . p.m. TF-C ICLASSIFIEDS i PRIOlt SERVICEMEN join the New Hampshire Army National Guard on a part-time basis under the Try One --.-- Program! Any prmr ser- vicemen who have been ' FOR SALE honorably discharged from any branch of the military I.'I{EEZEi{--('hcsl type. ('.all may be eligible to join the (;03 797!_211(i1. l_tT_2_-l---c - .......... National Guard at their for- mar rank. even if they have 1!171 I'()I,AIUS TX-440 been oul for 20 years. You will l,;xcellcni ct)n(lilion, low earn between $76.00 and nlih'ag(' $500 Tel. 802-222- $150.00 for one weekend a AKC--l(egistcred Britliney Spaniels. Excellent hunting slack. Greal house dog. 802- 222-4529. 4'!'--1-28-- I ) ('B i'OWER i'A(;KS-- 2 availahk, Only $12.50 each. ('all 802-222-4032. tf-nc PAY MASTER--Checkwriter. Only.S65. Call 802-222-4032. tf- nc deal I D_00l STATE Of VERMONT ORANGE SUPERIOR COURT ORANGE COUNTY ss. Civil Action Docket No. S 2-81 Oe d MARCELLA G. BISHOP. Plaintiff VS JAMES G. BISHOP, Defendant SUMMONS AND 0110111 FOR PURLICATION To the above-named Defendant: YOu ore hereby summoned and required to serve upon John Morale, Esq., plaintiff's attorney, whose address is 2B Main StrooL Wells River, Vermont 05081 on answer to plaintiff's complaint in the bave-entitled action within 4f days after the date of the first publication of this summons, which is February 25, 1981. If you fail to do so, judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the com- plaint Your answer must also be filed with the courL Unless the relief demanded in'. the complaint is for damage covered by a liability insurance policy under which the insurer has the right or obligation to conduct the defense or unless otherwise provided i Rule t3(o) your answer must state as o counterclaim any relote claim whlOI you may hove ogoinst the plaintiff nr YOU will therealtei be barred from nlomg such clolm it1 any other action Plointif s octlon Is a tomplint for dwarte brought by plokntiff ogoinst defendant in which plamid, alleges lhol she has lived separate and aport from defendant for more than six consecutive months on that resumphon af marital relohons is not reasonably probable. copy of the complaint is on file and may be obtained at the office of the clerk of this roar1 Orange Supers, Court. Chelsea. Vermont, If you would like a little change in your life from your present job. and a lot of change in your pocket, call SSG David Wright, in Woodsville, 747-3431 Mon.- Fri.. 8 to 4:30 p.m. The Guard is New llampshire at its best! 8'1"--2-25--C Charlestown, N.It. IT--I- XKV V,c!4istcred BriltlueS 14--- Spattieis. Excellent huu/ing shx'k. Great house dog. 802- $1,56O DOWN and only $151 for 222-4529. 4T--I-28--p_ _ _ 144 months buys a NEW 14 wide 2 bedroom, furnished COFFEE TABLE--Addtothe delivered and set up. No. 7667. decor of any room. $15. Call Note $21,744. Payment inc. 802-222-4032. tf-nc insurance too. Cash price It appearing from the affidavit duly $9,5. Closed Wed. Open WOODSTOVES-- Andes filed in the above-entitled action that Sundays. Fairlanc Mobile kitchen range, excel, cond., service cannot be mode with due diligence Home Discounters, RE. 3 $400, will dicker. A super, lge. by any of the methods prescribed in Tillon, N.tt. IT--1-14--c oak icebox, great cond. V.R.C.P. 41d) through (f) inclusive, it is Gilbride. Doe Hill. S. hereby ORDERED that service of the above kTES, REALTORS, ':u; CIIEVY COUPE-- '57 Main Chevy frame, front end W. NEWBURY, '.-- ...... a.m. process shall be mode upon the defendant. Street ;[leniV;YagB00 al New Moon mobile HV3me. 112912. mewoury, or alter6 p.m. James O Bishop. by publication pursuord TF-NC to V.R.C.P 41g). This order shall be New Hampshire 03561 1-+m-TST-e2, r--1"2.3l. .... X 70 ft. 3 bdrms, on 15 acres .... published once o week for three con- ,- plUS or minus) with brook, secutive weeks on January 15, 1981, (603) 44@7781 1978 I)OI)GI,; truck, 4 wheel 'IO (plus or tninqs) acres i II1 (tL'l Imd[ll I [id-' Sonuory , 1981 ond Sonuory q, 1981, JIM & MARGARET ELLIOTr drive, , + Ion V8 standard, low open and balance wooded. mileage. $4000. Call Tony up for wood-oil heal l Set --- ------ I __ in the Journel Olinb o newspaper of t a.|. u e.l.., genera c rculotion in Orange County and a + ESTAT. OF l ........... , Woodsvige, N,H. 03785 Sp([)ner 802-439-5381, 4'r-'. C-all m'm ..... - " ....... 00. T VIIMn"V copy of this order shall be mailed to the Probate Cou ATE 0F ......... defendonl James G. Bishop. ;f his address (603) 747-3485 l!...Te .... "*Nt"t,a'-ZIO. 41"--2-4--- - O/str/ctofBrodford ss isknown. EAH OFFICER INIllll.f)ENTs.y 'N[D A;It; OPFqATE0. " ' ' Dated at Chelsea Vermont. this 5th -+,.+,.+ o .......... III F+--1 It' To oil interested persons: At the Probate Court in Wells River. on day of January, 1981. "k" the 16th day of December 1980 an Alden T. Bryan Over the NOTICE OFNEAIING ON authenticated copy of the last Will and Burton W. Spooner River *ttOWAm o, ,.U Testament and the Probate of Edwin H. JacksonT. Webb ' , STATEOF VERMONT Palmer late of Wayne in the County of Judges ef Orange Svperler Court FRANCONIA INSURANCE (continued from page 4) ,N THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF EIIIIrur Possoic, ,in the State of New Jersey, 3T'l/14-21-2B ' I REAL ESTATE AGENCY.___ Then that house was torn a.w,+,l dereosmt leaving estate in sa+ddistrict. PROBATE COURT FOR THE duly proved allowed and established in the DISTRICTOF llwdfm'd rrogate's Court for the County and State |/lr;llld[lll[l']., (;t,r.'e I.'.MireQni;hel)al.d.l.'rank ('re'bell II,d11-I"1 downin Woodsvilleand rebuiltfromSOmewherethe luG- To the heirs at tow and oll persons aforesaid, was presented to this Court, be,. interested in the Estate of Eleanor D. agreeable to the statute in scases. | Weibel, late of Bradford, in said District, And il is ordered by said Court that the STATE OF V|RMONT 603-823-5505 I"rattr,,tti;. \\;+11. RFAI,TOB "There used to be a road deceased: 26th day of January 1981 at the Probate DISTRICT OF BRADFORD. 55. NOTICE TO CREDITORS You are notified that a written in- Court in Wells River. at /0:00 o'clock in FOR apart- with bath, wall to ing, kitchen ap- ights, hot I rubbish ip rent. requed. No in this well ag. Mt. St., [. Tel. 787-6280 rd C Patten. * Presidential IM- Inaug rations A one: U (continued from page 4) history concludes were elegant occasions. But Andrew Jackson's White House reception for "his fellow citizens" was another matter, now legendary for the rout that occurred. For starters, "men with muddy boots stood on damask satin- covered chairs and orange punch drenched the furniture to the accompaniment of breaking china and crystal," Durbin writes. How do the presidents themselves view these festivities? Jefferson, who had arrived early at James Madison's ball on March , 1809, asked a friend to "tell me how to behave, for it has been more than 40 years since I have been to a ball." John Quincy Adams reported that the "crowd was ex- cessive--the heat oppressive and the entertainment bad." And host Madison confided to a friend: "I would rather be in bed," 1' 3 bedroom carpeted. $350 Bradford. r garage. 802-222- Lisbon -- Bradford newly 1st floor. furnished. deposit and no 12. 3T--1-21---c LAND-- !.-acre. degree views. Tips on Reducing for hunter o Energ,Consumption skier. $6000. Homes with wood stoves Realtor 6O3- (about 70 per cantor home in -I-1421--e Our area) can plan domplete NOTES AND meals on the stove. You may COMMENTS enjoy some of the great slow lea Ihat lhe world is cooked meals that used to be Ins much of what we the mainslay of kitchen tables. along the top of Pond Ledge, strument dated July 10, 1980, Dad the forenoon be aSS,goad for all persons called the 'Devil's Slide'. We purporting to be the Last Will and interested to appear and contest the kids used to go there and pJek Testament of said deceased has been allowance of such instrument, and the presented to the Prabote Court for the prooate thereof, if they see cOuse and Mayflowers and sit there and District of Bradford by Catherine W. that notice thereof be given by publishing dangle our feet. One time Spencer, with a petition requesting Probote ;sere;h::we3keSwSuccessively in the, Mother went with us and took thereof, paper published in The hearing thereon has been said District. previous to the time op- the camera and took a picture scheduled for the 2nd day of February, pointed, of French Pond from there. In 1981 at 1:00 p.m. at the Probate Court, Therefore, you ore hereby notified to Wells River, Vermont. You may appear appear oerore said Court, at the time and the picture, the pond was then and there to show cause, f any you pmce aforesmd, and contest the o owance shaped like a five-pointed may have, why the said instrument should of the sad nstrument and the probate slar, with all the little coves.. Testamentnt be allowedof the deceosed.S the Last Will and thereof, if you have couseGleen Under My Noud, at Wells River in said District, Dated this 291h day of December, this 23rd day of December. 1980. "My Dad used to drill the 198o. /s/Reno N. Vigneou To the Creditors of the Estate of Amber M. Farr late of Bradford. Vermont, deceased. Showmut Bank of Boston N.A., One Federal Street Fourth Floor Boston, Massachusetts '02211; Wallace J, Fort', Hanover, N.H. and Bradford E. Forr o f Bradford, Vermont hereby states that they have been appointed a personal representative of the above estate. All creditors having claims against the above estate ore required to present the claim in writing within four months after the date of the first publication hreof to the above personal representative at the above address or to the Register of the Probate Court at Wells River. Vermont. or said laim will be forever barred. Rend N. Vigneou granite by hand, then put the powder in it and let it go 3T--f-31--)-7--14 'Whish ?' There was a fuse that set off the powder to split out those big blocks of granite. "Dad could hit that drill without even looking at it. I've We support seen him demonstrate on pieces of rock, with his drills and hammers and so forth. I'd a-been afraid I'd hit my thumb, but tIE wasn't." JudBe 12/31-1/7-14 Doted at Bradford this 7th day of JedRe January, 1981 Shawmut Bank of Boston N.A. By Kristion J. Stoltenberg Trust Officer Wallace J, Forr Bradford E. Forr 1/14-21-28 000toi[00., t UNITED WAY. Shouldn't you? STATE OF VlRMONT NOTICE TO CREDITORS DISTRICT OF Bradford. SS. To the Creditors of the Estate of Richard Hugh Sanborn late of Bradford. Vermont deceased. Carolyn Sanborn of P.O. Box 134 Bradford, V! 05033 hereby states thai she has been oopomted o personal representative of the above estate. All creditors hov;ng claims against the above estate are required to present the claim ,n writing wthin four months after the dote of the first publication hereof to the above personal representative oi the above address or to the Register of the Probate Court at Wells River Vermonl 05081, Vermont, or stud claim wilt be forever barred. Doted af Bradford Vt this 18th day of December, 1980 Car olyn C r Sanborn 12 / 3) - I / 7- t 4 Personal Reprelenteflve Other quarry recollections The house from the quarries was moved to where Drowns" house is now, then was moved to Woodsviile. The road from the quarries to North Haverhill came straight down from the road by Applebees', across what is now Robert Stoddard's pasture. There were another small quarry and a stoneshed on a branch from that road, behind Drowns', on the nor- theast corner of the Stoddard land. The quarry and the foundation of the stoneshed can still be seen, along with chunks of granite, some of them polished. There are many other snmll quarries in the neigh- borhond. (to be eonlinued) NOW BUYING Pine Saw Logs Profile Lumber Co Lisbon, N.H. For more information 603-838.644)0 or 603-8,38-6767 IllGll SCitOOL JUNIORS AND SENIORS-- The New llampshire Army National Guard in Woedsville, NH has some great news ! You may be eligible to enlist in the Guard for a part-time job under the all new Split-Training Option. Choose a career that offers education, advancement. advance training, good pay and benefits -- PLUS a $1500 cash bonus or up to $4000 in Educational Assistance. Stop by4he Woodsville Armory on South Court Street and see SSG David Wright or CALL 603-747-3431. Mon.-Fri., 8-4:30 p.m. The Guard is New ttampshire at its Best! 2T--2- 25--C ROOFINC,--T.A. KURALT Ct). All types of roofing and rcpail:,s, slate stainless seams, copper seam aluminum. 14 years in the business. Call 802- 866-5547. Low Prices! Work by lhe hour or contract. 8T--2-4 B&I, BUILDERS--The renmdeling Pros. Also repairs arid new conslruclion. Over 25 years experience. Call 802-685- 4557 for a free estimate. 8t--3- 4p WANTEI)-- Copies of Journal Opinion or l,ittleton Courier. Aug. 1.174 l)ec. 1,176. Will pay ::: well. Reply Box 95, N. ii :. n;;,'erh!.l).!)i)774. 2+'ly i:::t!i ANTIQUES OF ALL KINDS the Antique Touch Ed & Lynda Kulikowski Plain) in Bradford m 8o2.=2.,.7 m m I Residence:  I WANTED-- Used or old decoys, old books on hunting and fishing. Write Box 4. Bradford, Vt. 05033. ff--nc WANTED-- Cash paid f6r hOtographs or movi.tg pic- res of the serious ski jum- ping accident that occurred at the]nternational Ski Jumping Meet that was held at Berlin, New Hampshire, on February 27, 1977. Please call Mrs. Moore "collect", Manchester 669-2211, 8:30 A. M. to 5:00 P. M. J J[t][,'i J'i I[*111 dl mi, I,(!S'I' DOG-- English Setter. 1,3me tags. Answers to "'Maggie". White, brown and bhlck coloring+ Losl in the Bttgers llill area on Jan. 2. Reward. ('all 603-795-2591 o1' )' '''r (''t 8(2-22..).LLt. IT--I.7--c WANTED We are regular ouyers of White Birch Logs. We offer good prices and prompt payments. Short and long term agreements desired. For log specifications and prices, contact Plymouth MANUFACTURING COMPANY \\;P.O. Box 280 Plymoulh, N.H. 03264 / PHONE: 1-603-536-2156 OPENINGS FOR POLICE OFFICERS The City of Burlington, Vermont Police Department is accepting applications for the position of police officer. We are seeking dedicated, hard-working men and women, qualified or ready to train for a rewarding career in the law enforcement. Several immediate openings. Starting base salary $11,031 annually to increase to $12,917 after first year. Competitive benefits. For application and information write to: BURLINGTON POLICE DEPARTMENT Management Services Bureau 82 South Winooski Avenue Burlington, Vermont 05401 WANTEI)--Women living with Vietnam Veterans for national projecl exploring the effecls of the war on families. (';Ill collect 223-3181 or write l)orolhy Tad, 20 Bailey, Montpc[icr 05602. BBAI)FORI) OII, ('o. would like to hire Iwo tractor trailer drivers. Must have experience and good record. New England and New York. Bradford Oil Company, lradford. VT., 222-5251. TF--1-14--4' LIKE $$$$$$$$? Work 20 hours )ler week for approximately 20.00. For interview ap- pointnlent call Judy. 603-989- 3362. I T--I-4.--c WANTED-- Part-time ex- perienced bookkeeper. Bradford Oil Co. 802-222-5251. I-7 TF--C WANTFl)--ttelper for 3 days a weck,, to assist bed-ridden lady. ('all 802-429-2223. 3t--I- 28--c FARM AUCTION COMPLETE I)ISPERSAL CATTLE AClliNERY CROPS..REAL ESTATE :::i:, Monday, January 19, 1981 9:30A.M. ::i! Sorreli'Farm in Franklin Vt. approx. 1 mile from iii! Franklin. Watch for Auction Arrows in Franklin. +; We have been commissioned to sell the complete j!iil operating farm for Mr. and Mrs. Burton Sorrell. This is i!i I an excellent line of registered*cattle and machinery, iiiiiiii and a lovely 250 acre farm. i14 ]lead Cattle i14 llead i?! 95 Registered 19 Grades iii;! + Catalogs available at ringside. 53 Cows 12 fresh, 8 due in February, 11 due in iiji March with the balance in various stages of lactation. !iii 7 Bred Heifers due in February and March. il)ii |1 Heifers  have been with bull since October I, 1980. !ii Balls I so. old Triple Threat. 10 so. ii! MoneyMaker, 10 month Willow and 2 registered stock ii!i bulls. ?i:: :18 Yearlings and calves-mostly registered. ]i: Most of these animals are calfhood vaccinated All +: cattle 'i/I he blood tested, lasal treated. T.B. tested :i;i  and pregnancy checked prior to sale Sires used include Ivanhoe Ace, Triple Threat. Astronaut. Arlinda Chief, Idealist, Jupiter, Criterion. .i!i!i: All cattle classified in November, 1920 ::: MAClllNERY il): ii AC 50-50 4 wheel drive 1979 Dion corn-hay chopper ii i tractor-new JD 15-20 Tractor lti Profile J1) 20-20 tractor JD 40-20 tractor w-148 bucket loader JI) bay bine-new 80-9' JD 224T Baler w-kicker mad No. 30 1979 Kastin Blower Nil blower 2-new 1979 Dion forage wagons w-steel roof 20" rubber Allied hay elevator 2-Kicker hay wagons 1979 Grimm redder AC side delivery rake '78 JD rototiller "79 Brillion 5' seeder 3 pt. hitch cultivator(MF) JD 4 botton plows-new "78 i MF harrows-ll' trans i Ford 3 pt. harrows Jl) drag harrows ttanson crop sprayer JD corn planter-4 row:;:: computerized ii JD I row 3 pt. corn chopper i::i Ezee Flow 109 Anco fertilizerii spreader i JD spreader tank *!::; Star line spreader tank : Badger spreader hyd!i tailgate w-new bed chain :: 4 sets tractor chains i; BAR & i:: MILKING EQUIPMENT !i :.i 800 gal. DeLaval tank w.i: washer iiiii 4 DeLaval magnetic milkers i:.i!i i 2 dumping stations Hose dryer i DeLaval milker pump ii!:::: Universal milker pump i!!ii 2 barn fans ::i;! teat cup washer ::i; grain cart-saw(ius| carl :?: Wheelbarrows i!:i 260' Clay barn cleaner i:i;: Special--20x50 Madison cement silo w-Starline unloader REAL ESTATE A lovely 50 cow farm with new 5 room house. 50 tie barn, 250 acres of land including fields, pasture, woodland Entire farm will be offered, but if not sold. it will be offered in 4 parcels. 1 ltouse-barn and 53 acres of mostly tillable land. 2.85 acres with some open fields and some excellent woodland. 3.75 acres with mixed woods, excellent spring, farm pond, 10 acres tillable including a mobile home site w- septic and water. 4. 40 acres with 10 acres pasture and woodland in- cluding old sugar house. Real Estate may be seen on Sunday, January 18th, from 1:00 to 5:00 P.M. The owner reserves the right to one bid on the real estate. All parcels to be surveyed prior to sale. Terms on real estate- 10 per cent down on day of !ii sale. balance at closing within 3O days, MISCELLANEOUS i 12 x 60 3 bedroom Mobile New clippers  home Fencers i Truck camper 6 sheep-4 bred  McCulioch Mini-Mac chain 5 goats-2 bred  saw Semen tank w-about 50 units)i! Pro-Mac chain of semen Semen-Asto Ruse ABS ton grain bin Triple Threat ABS rain bin-new w-auger some Jersey & Ayrshire 2 gas tanks- 150 gal. llolslein bulls Fuel tank- 250 gal. 40 Roosters-40 Pullets All farm small tools CROPS Two-thirds silo full of Haylage Approx. 1500 bales of hay TERMS: CASII SALE POSITIVE LUNCII SALE IIELD UNDER TENT AUCTIONEERS: SALE MANAGED BY: Marcel Roberts Noel Lussier Newport, Vt. 334-2638 Greg I,ussier ('ra fL*burv, Vt. 52(;-25:1:1 + Hardwick, Vt. 472-5907 ! Douglas Gilmour i Morrisville Commission Sales i Morrisviile, Vt. 288-35'|1  i ::!!::::;i!:!ii:; .: !:?:;::i::i:! ii;:i:::i::.::!?i