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January 27, 1982.The Journal Opinion-Page 3 ood insurance program ARCELLA HOFFMANN Ball, a hydrologist with the ITWORTH-- The FEMA Agency in Boston and al Flood Insurance Jeff Kivan, a computer ram recently completed specialist working with he Federal Emergency Hamilton Engineering !agement Agency Associates. IA) in its preliminary Nature and Origin was presented on of the Program ay, Jan. 18, at a public The National Flood ng in Town Hall. Insurance Program is a ding the discussion and program enabling property ring pertinent questions owners to buy flood insurance ::David Farr, president at a reasonable cost. In lamilton Engineering return, communities carry out bciates, consulting local flood plain management leers and planners; Andy measure to protect lives and Wednesday, Jan. 27 Selectmen, 8:00 p.m. Selectmen, 7:30 p.m. School Board, 7: 30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 28 Selectmen, 4:00 p.m. Friday, Jan. 29 Haverhill District Court, 2:00 p.m. Monday, Feb. 1 Haverhill Selectmen, 7:00 p.m. Grafton County Commissioners, 10:30 a.m. Selectmen, 8:00 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 2 School Board, 7:30 p.m. )DSVILLE: Commissioners, 7:00 p.m. Selectmen, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 3 IE: Selectmen, 7:30 p.m. ,8:00 p.m. Trustees, 7: 30 p.m. presented at Wentworth new construction from future purctase flood insurance. flooding. The program was Tenmts may also insure established by Congress in pe, sonal property against 1968. It has since been personal loss. modified and is administered A minimum premium costs by the Federal Insurance $50. which could provide up to Administration within the $12,000 coverage for a house or Federal Emergency up to $8,600 for contents, for Management Agency instance. There is a $200 (FEMA). deductible applied separately With flood losses mounting, to a building and its contents Congress created the program though both may be damaged to reduce the losses through in the same flood. careful planning and offering The insurance can be bought affordable flood protection. It from any property insurance is estimated that by the year agent or broker licensed to do 2,000 the flood insurance business in the state where the program will save the American tax-payers and flood victims $1.7 billion a year because of more careful local management of flood plains. A community qualifies for the program in two separate phases: The emergency and the regular programs, during the initial emergency phase, limited amounts of flood in- surance become available to local property owners. A map provided by FEMA gives the community at this stage a Flood Hazard Boundary Map and it outlines the flood-prone areas. Subsidized rates are charged for all structures regardless of their flood risk. Under the regular program, the full limits of flood in- surance coverage become available locally. The premiums charged for new construction vary according property is located. The program provides coverage at replacement cost but only for single family dwellings, and for those which are insured for 80 percent of the structure's replacement cost at the time of loss. Those who are insured to the maximum amount of in- surance depending on the type of program. Almost every type of walled and roofed building that is principally above ground can be insured. This would include a mobile home on a foun- dation. Also eligible are the contents of a fully enclosed building. Not insurable are: gas and liquid storage tanks, wharves, piers, bulkheads, growing crops, shrubbery, land, livestock, roads, motor vehicles, etc. I BIRTHS NEW BABY GIRL NORWICH-- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Krembs of Norwich are the parents of a new baby girl Greer, born on Jan. 10 at Mary" Hitchcock Hospital in Hanover. NEW SON ARRIVES ORFORD-- Mr. and Mrs. John O'Brien of Orford, are the parents of a new baby boy, Michael John, born on Jan. 8 at Mary Hitchcock Hospital in Hanover. NEW BABY GIRL RYEGATE-- Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Nelson of Ryegate/ are the parents of a new baby girl, weighing seven pounds and 13 ounces, born on Jan. 18 at Cottage Hospital in Woodsville. NEW SON ARRIVES WOODSVILLE-- Mr. and Mrs. Jose Torres of Wood- sville, are the parents of a new baby boy, weighing eight pounds and two ounces, bern on Jan. 11 at Cottage Hospital in Woodsville. NEW IIAIIY (:llll, NE%VI;IHY Mr. and Mrs. l)avid I,ongnloorc of Nex llnl'%, are the parenls (l[ a Mr. Moosilauke Center offers CNAP WENTWORTH-- If you are a parent on MEDICAID and your child seems run down, what can you do? In the Baker River Valley you can go to the Mount Moosilauke Health Center for CHAP services. CHAP stands for Child Health Assurance Program. CHAP is the closest a parent can get to insure a child's healthy future. How does CHAP operate? 1. Children are periodically tested for any problems. 2. Problems are diagnosed to discover causes. 3. A plan for necessary medical attention is made. 4. Treatment is begun. CHAP while available for all Medicaid eligible youngsters from birth to age 21, is especially important for the pre-school child. There is no cost. The separate visit for complete physical is not one of the 12 visits permitted each year. CHAP includes examinations for heart, nose, eye, ear, throat, and kidney problems. In addition CHAP will cover up to 5 well-baby visits during a baby's first year. Checkups occur to age 21. Mount Moosilauke Health Center now offers CHAP along with other services such as WIC, blood pressure clinics, and immunization clinics. Call 764-5525 for information for an appointment. It can make a difference in your child's future. Upper Valley hospice met on Jan. 18 BRADFORD--Hospice of the a self help group with 300 Upper Valley-Bradford Area chapters in this country which Chapter met on Jan. 18 at the provide friendship and Senior Citizens Center in assistance to bereaved Bradford. parents. The White River Gerry Hunt of the White chapter is in its third year River Junction branch of Compassionate Friends spoke to the group about the work of this organization in giving support to parents who have had a child die. The Compassionate Friends With monthly meetings and a newsletter. Faith Hunt, telephone 802-295-3281, can give additional information about the organization. A business meeting followed the talk and by-laws for the - I to its exposure to flood ne hah. girl. l,isa Aun. born was founded in' England Bradford unit of Hospice were I mmdi4i00 1 damage. The community is lul.ian.;lalMarxllilchcock twelve years ago and came to adopted. Floodissued ainsurancedetailed maPRateCalledMapa  "/nter Carn/t l lospilal in l lanov"r. ...... the United States in 1972. It is , GALE nDAR which shows flood elevations (continued from page 2) HAVERHHL I  and risk zones for insurance Cold Rush" correctly NEW BABY GIRL Wednesday, Jan. 27 purposes, predicted a sub-zero freeze for NORWICH-- Mr. and Mrs. RIVER: Senior Citizens Luncheon at the United of Christ vestry serving at noon. For reservations Thursday, Jan. 28 Free Christian Film Showing at the Academy at7:00 p.m. Friday, Jan. 29 Senior Citizens Luncheon at the Oxbow Center serving at 11:30 a.m. For reservations call Free Christian Film Showing at the Academy at 7:00p.m. N: Dance with the Odell Walker Band at the ino. $4.00 admission. I[ _ Saturday, Jan. 30 FORD: Square Dance at the Oxbow High School d. eteria beginning at 8"00 p m to t " " " Sunday, Jan. 31 NAAN, N.H.: Sleigh Rally at the Mascoma Fair Grounds !rUng at 11:00 a.m. $1.00 donation to the Upper Valley ,rd pCnane Society. om Wednesday, Feb. 3 :FORD: RONDO meeting at the home of Julia Fifield at p.m. FIG Morse will be the speaker. _ tinUI]LS RIVER: Senior Citizens Luncheon at the United Ellrch of Chrisl vestry serving at noon For reservations , - |757-2206. A community may apply for the Emergency Program by adopting preliminary flood plain management measures. Mter FEMA has completed a detailed on-site survey, the community can qualify for the regular program by adopting and administering more the Carnival weekend. But, New England weather being what it is, not until Feb. 11 will Hanover residents know for sure whether the Winter Carnival theme has once again been successful in predicting conditions for the Carnivial weekend. William Nelson of Norwich, are the parents of a new baby girl, Courtney Elizabeth, born on Jan. 2 at Alice Peck Day Memorial Hospital in Lebanon. NEW BABY BOY comprehensive flood plan NEWBURY-- Mr. and Mrs. construction measures. You Dean Ackerman of Newbury, can call FEMA toll free at 800- HONOR STUDENT 424-8872 to determine for AT VTC are the parents of a new baby which program you are WELLS RIVER-- A boy, weighing five pounds and eligible. Each governor has spokesman for the Vermont five and one-quarter ounces, designated an agency to Technical CollegeinRandolph bern on Jan. 5 at Cottage coordinate that state's flood has announced that Gregory Hospital in Woodsville. insurance program activities. A. Mahnker of Wells River has They assist the communities received honors for academic I Social Second Peak Alert ued by CVPS RUTLAND-- Extremely cold as temperatures increased temperatures Monday and the forecast indicated a morning and the forecast for warming trend. continued cold through The official peak demand on Wednesday prompted Central the CVPS electric system, Vermont Public Service 428.6 megawatthours, wasset Corporation to issueitssecond on Jan. 13, 1981 between 8:00 Peak Alert, urging customers and 9:00 a.m. to cut back on their use of Hurcomb said that the fact electricity during morning that the New England Power and evening hours. The Peak Pool established an all-time Alert will remain in effect, electric use record on Jan. 11 through Wednesday morning between 5:00 and 6:00 p.m. when temperatures are ex- and CVPS did not indicate the peered to rise. effectiveness of Operation "The voluntary curtailment Peak Alert. of use of major appliances during the peak hours of 7:30 to 11:30 a.m. and 4:30 to 9:00 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday will lessen demand on our electric system and reduce the amount of power we have to purchase from other utilities," said Thomas J. Hurcomb, CVPS vice president-external affairs. "It will also shorten operating periods of costly generating stations, especially those using oil," he said. CVPS issued its first Peak Alert on Monday Jan. 11, while temperatures were hovering from five to 10 below zero throughout the state. The unofficial demand on the in defining and .adopting the required flood plain management measure. Who may purchase flood insurance? Any owner of property (a building or it's contents) located in an ap- proved community may 'achievement at the college during the fall semester of 1981. QUOTES "That man is richest whose pleasures are the cheapest." Henry David Thoreau NE FULLER 00':I00HE COUPON CLIPPER Don't get tangled up in register tapes part of the tape." Weady's eyes lit up. "When you cut up the tape," I told her, "just be sure to circle the price of the Here is this week's list oi refund offers. Start looking for the required refund forms, which you can obtain at the supermarket, in news- required refund form and the ingredient statements from any two packages of Van de Kamp's Light and Crispy fillets or sticks. Expires June 30, 1982. -- Weaver Rondelets Offer. Receive two 50-cent coupons or a $I refund and two 50-cent coupons. For $I in coupons, send the required refund form and three Universal Product Cede symbols from Weaver Chicken Rondelets, For the $I refund and $I in coupons, send the form and four UPC symbols. This offer is valid only in states where Weaver products . are distributed. NEW SON ARRIVES ' BATH-- Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Troy of Bath, are the parents of a new baby boy, weighing eight pounds and three oun- ces, born on Jan. 6 at Cottage ttospital in Woodsville. refunded item and write the name of the store and the BRAND NEW SON BATH-- Mr. and Mrs. Philip Chicoine of Bath, are the POLICE REPORT Collision WOODSVILLE-- Haverhill police say they responded to a two-vehicle collision on Central St. on Jan. 17 at ap- proximately 1:50 p.m. Police said a 39-year old Terrace St., Woodsville man driving a 1972 dump truck owned by the Woodsville Fire District collided with a 1981 Chevrolet driven by a 87-year old man also from Woodsville. Police say the car received damage to its right quarter panel and the truck received no damage in the incident. No citations were issued and police said high snow banks contributed to the cause of the accident. Speeding Violation N. HAVERHILL-- Haverhill police issued a summons to a 20-year old Haverhill woman on Jan. 17 at approximately 9:15 p.m. Police said the woman was driving her vehicle at 55 miles per hour in a 35 mile per hour zone.A court date has been set parents of a new baby boy, weighing nine pounds and three ounces, born on Jan. 6at Cottage Hospital in Wood- sville. NEW DAUGHTER ARRIVES LYME- Mr. and Mrs. Peter Smallidge of Lyme, are the parents of a new baby girl, Emilia Ann, born on New Year's Day at Alice Peck Day Memorial Hospital in Lebanon. NEW BABY GIRL THETFORD-- Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Rogers of Thetford, are the parents of a new baby girl, Jessica Sue, born on Jan. 5 at Mary Hitcheock Hospital in Hanover. for Feb. 5 for her to appear in Haverhill District Court unless she pays a fine by waiver. Accident HAVERHILL-- Haverhill police say an accident oc- curred in Haverhill at the junction of Routes 10 and 25 on Jan. 14 at approximately 8:45 a.m. Police said a 1980 Chevrolet driven by a 42-year old Canaan, N.H., woman slid on the snowy road and collided with a parked 1979 Plymouth Duster owned by a 59-year old Haverhill woman. The Haverhill vehicle recieved damage to its front and left quarter panels and the other vehicle received damage to its left and right CVPS system reached 405 megawatt hours between 7:00 and 8:00 a.m. and 411 megawatt hours between 5:00 and 6:00 p.m. On Tuesday, Jan. 12, with the Peak Alert still in effect and tem- peratures of 10 to 20 below rear quarter cording to police. No citations Janice Clark NEW SON ARRIVES THETFORD CENTER- Mr. and Mrs. Blake Traendly are the parents of a new baby boy, Keefe Chapman, born on Jan. THETFORD-- Three persons 21 at Alice Peck Day Hospital received head injuries in a two-car collision Thursday, Janice Clark zero, the unofficial demand enaed panels, ac- was 419 megawatt hours to between 7:00 and 8:00 a.m. Cartton Lawyer were issued and bad dropped to 403 megawatt hours between 5:00 BRADFORD-- Mr. and Mrs. and 6:00 p.m. The Peak Alert William Clark of Bradford was lifted at tioon Wednesday announce the engagement of their daughter Janice Marie of Essex Jct., Vt. to Carlton E. MONTHLY RONDO Lawyer son of Marjorie MEETING LaWyer and the late James ORFORD-- The monthly Lawyer of Huntington, Vt. meeting of the RONDO on Miss Clark is a bookkeeper Feb. 3 will be at the home of at Harrington's in Vermont, Julia Fifield at 1:00 p.m. Inc. in Richmond, Vt. Mrs. FIG Morse will be at the Mr. Lawyer is employed at meeting to speak on the Indepondent Beef Company in subject of her book, The Essex Jet., Vt. Shakers and The World's A May 15 wedding is People. planned. ml.| .,,, i= q00vtAIl Slrc, MO00 ' ImOd$ illltrititlos io/Mllli lilGl COtrlI/yl I IN'ilAIIN$ Ill In I lotmot weol hmol I  i,i fwf,* 4 resulting from the incident and ncpinjuries were reported. Misuse of Plates N. HAVERHILL-- Haverhill police stopped and issued a summons to a 77-year old Orford woman on Jan. 16 at approximately 5:05 p.m. Police charged the woman with misuse of license plates and with operating an unregistered motor vehicle. A date for her to appear in Haverhill District Court was set for Feb. 19. Bad Checks WOODSVILLE-- As of Jan. 13 Haverhill police are in- vestigating the circumstances surrounding the issuance of seven bad checks written out to Peoples Market by the same man. Break-in WOODSVILLE-- Someone broke into Walker Motor Sales in Woodsville on the night of Jan. 12 and attempted to pry the door off of a safe owned by the car dealer, according to Haverhill police. Police say they are in- vestigating the incident. Reported Theft WOODSVILLE-- Police responded to a reported theft of a weapon valued at ap- proximately $35 stolen late last fall from a building on Connecticut St. Police are investigating the incident. Non-inspection WOODSVILLE-- According to police reports, a 24-year old Wondsville man was issued a summons on Jan. 5 for "non- inspection." The man was issued a summons to appear in Haverhill District Court on Jan. 29. VF.JU00ONT STATE POLIC00 REPORT I I |OIm 5,. I f' ", I !illtl,I SALE Jan. 26-30 Selection ( 1979 of Sale Price) Calicos & $2,28 Yd. Solids in Selected The Upper Calicos SALE SALE 26-30 Jan. 26-30 Store Hours Tues.-Thurs. 10-5: 30 Fri. 10-8 clear but police who were at the scene described road froi Iditi h e lller OUght I was going to !rienhervous breakdown s uJ ,,re at the checkout r, said my neighbor  "As the cashier was aoo up my last few :ts ses, I realized that IWere three refundable on the counter, and I kl a register tape for iof their refunds" ink d W ;'Y as sitting at my table as she told me of woe. I was going ,, a pile of old maga- p eltpping out every t  coupon. (I had :he magazines for 10 ach at a rummage l I was already more 1 ahead when Wendy c, in.) ,, eally panicked, said . "The cashier was ]g Woman who tackled hOplifter outside the I asked her whether I Split all my items into i I groups so that she ring them up again." at did she say. , e didn't say anything. .s_he {gave me the est IooR you can imag- b, then I asked whether uld just deduct two of :m s and then ring each up separately.- pu were really playing I chuckled. i,v :ire're .., not kidding. You .tv::,seen, the look "IP then. ,, Jell, what did you do '  ookedat - ' , the long line  ppers behind look - me, and ll?"ea-- at the cashier Id her,' t 0 Never mind,'" r feel miserable as : out of the saver- let and thought alout two out of my three : t you don't have to :hem," I assured her. ; companies under- that register tapes can r 'ds long or required for manufacturers, ds. They will accept a i paper and magazine advertisements and from of the part you send in." "That's fantastic!" Wendy shouted as she sprang up from her chair. "I just hope that I saved that tape," she called back to me on her way out the door. My smart shopping award goes to Marsha Svendsen of Enterprise, Ore. In the damaged-goods basket at her supermarket, she found a rex-pack of Ocean Spray Cranberry Juice marked down frgm $1.29 to 54 cents because it contained only four cans. She remembered that she had a 50-cent Ocean Spray refund form in her file. at home. After she deducted the cost of postage, each can cost her only 6 cents! , Ms. Svendsen and other readers whose smart shop- ping experiences appear in this column receive a copy of the refunding publication, The National Supermarket Shopper. Write to me in care of this newspaper.i Here's a refund form to write for: Free Baby Wet Ones Offer, P.O. Box 1071, Ridgely, Md. 2],660. Send a stamped, self-addressed envelope with 'our request. This offer expwes May 31, 1982. Expires March 31, 1982. -- Wilson Holiday Offer. date of purchase at the top trading with friends. Mean- Receive a $1.50 refund and while, start collecting the needed proofs of purchase as detailed below. Remember, some offers are not avail- able in all areas of the coun- try. Today's refund offers havb a,vatue of $14. Meat, Poultry, Seafood, Other Main Dishes (File 6) -- Armour Chicken Vien- na Offer. Receive a $1 refund. Send the required refund form and six labels from Armour Chicken Vien- na Sausage. Expires June 30, 1982. -- Morton House $1 Refund .Coupon Offer. Receive a $I coupon for Morton House Stew or Chili. Send the .required refund form and three entire labels from any combination of Morton House Stew or Chili products. Expires Dec. 31, 1982. -- On-Cot. Receive a $1 refund. Send the required refund form and two ingred- ient statemenis from the side panels of any 2-pound On-Cor Deluxe Frozen Entrees. Expires March 31, 1982. -- Van de Kamp's Offer. Receive an 80-cent refund and a 20-cent Van de Kamp's coupon. Send the in Lebanon. $2 in coupons for Wilson products. Send the required refund form and two proofs of purchase from any Wilson Colth Cougal 4-H Ribbon and Seal Boneless by SHERRI#rALKER Ham or Canned Ham. The proofs are the front label from the boneless ham and the inspection slip inside the canned ham. Expires May 30, 1982. Bonus! These offers don't require forms: --Rath Canned Ham Offer, P.O. Box NB-616, El Paso, Texas 79977. Receive a $1 refund and a $I coupon for Rath Black Hawk Canned Ham. Send the proof-of-purchase certifi- cate inside one Rath Black Hawk, Hickory Smoked or Honey Glazed Canned Ham. Expires June 30, 1982. -- Swanson Trivia Book Offer, P.O. BOx 9338, St. Paul, Minn. 55193. Receive the "NFL Trivia Book." Send five variety name pan- els from the fronts of any Swanson Hungry-Man Dinners and 40 (in check or money order) for postage and handling. This offer is void in Wisconsin. Expires June 30, 1982, or when the supply is exhausted. United Feature Symfieate, Inc. On Jan. 30 there will be an Award's Night for 4-H members. It will be held at the East Corinth Church. All parents are welcomed. The meeting starts at 7:00 p.m. after awards there will be refreshments. INTERESTING FACT Phoenix, Arizona has by far the largest number of days of sunshine per year in the U.S. - 213. Jan. 21 in which both vehicles were totaled, according to police. Police said a 51-your old Ely woman was turning left on to Route 244. in Thetford when her 1980 Chevrolet Citation collided with an east bound 1979 Plymouth Volare driven by a 42-year old Vershire man. The drivers of both vehicles and a 66-year old Vershire woman, a passenger in the Chevrolet, were traosported to Mary Hitchcock Hospital in Hanover, all suffering from what police described as "head injuries." The accident was said to have occurred at ap- proximately 3:00 p.m. Weather conditions at the time of the accident were said to be gd' ,md00 A&W ARTESIAN WELL CO. since 193o Ftw conditions as icy. Accident GROTON--A milk truck ran into the back end of a left turning car on Route 302 in Groton on Wednesday, Jan. 20, according to police reports. No injuries were reported in the incident. Police say both vehicles were east bound on the roadway when a 74-year old Groton man driving a 1981 Chevrolet Citation stopped to make a left turn. That is when police say the 1977 GMC milk truck driven by a 31-year old S. Ryegate man, struck the rear of the turning vehicle. Weather conditions at the time of the accident were described as cloudy and pol{ce say road conditions were 'dry." Police estimated the damage to the Groton vehicle at approximately $2000 and said the milk truck received about $250 in right front end damage. Accident THETFORD-- Police say a car collided with a school bus on Wednesday, Jan. 20 in Thetford on Route 113 in front of the Thetford Elementary School at approximately 4:45 p.m. Police said the bus received relatively minor damage (an ( please turn to page 5) Sat. 10-5 DIAMONII S. "7. M00A///st00 Quol Jewelers ,Since 1923 Woodsville, N. H. Tel. 717 3482 , January 27, 1982.The Journal Opinion-Page 3 ood insurance program ARCELLA HOFFMANN Ball, a hydrologist with the ITWORTH-- The FEMA Agency in Boston and al Flood Insurance Jeff Kivan, a computer ram recently completed specialist working with he Federal Emergency Hamilton Engineering !agement Agency Associates. IA) in its preliminary Nature and Origin was presented on of the Program ay, Jan. 18, at a public The National Flood ng in Town Hall. Insurance Program is a ding the discussion and program enabling property ring pertinent questions owners to buy flood insurance ::David Farr, president at a reasonable cost. In lamilton Engineering return, communities carry out bciates, consulting local flood plain management leers and planners; Andy measure to protect lives and Wednesday, Jan. 27 Selectmen, 8:00 p.m. Selectmen, 7:30 p.m. School Board, 7: 30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 28 Selectmen, 4:00 p.m. Friday, Jan. 29 Haverhill District Court, 2:00 p.m. Monday, Feb. 1 Haverhill Selectmen, 7:00 p.m. Grafton County Commissioners, 10:30 a.m. Selectmen, 8:00 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 2 School Board, 7:30 p.m. )DSVILLE: Commissioners, 7:00 p.m. Selectmen, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 3 IE: Selectmen, 7:30 p.m. ,8:00 p.m. Trustees, 7: 30 p.m. presented at Wentworth new construction from future purctase flood insurance. flooding. The program was Tenmts may also insure established by Congress in pe, sonal property against 1968. It has since been personal loss. modified and is administered A minimum premium costs by the Federal Insurance $50. which could provide up to Administration within the $12,000 coverage for a house or Federal Emergency up to $8,600 for contents, for Management Agency instance. There is a $200 (FEMA). deductible applied separately With flood losses mounting, to a building and its contents Congress created the program though both may be damaged to reduce the losses through in the same flood. careful planning and offering The insurance can be bought affordable flood protection. It from any property insurance is estimated that by the year agent or broker licensed to do 2,000 the flood insurance business in the state where the program will save the American tax-payers and flood victims $1.7 billion a year because of more careful local management of flood plains. A community qualifies for the program in two separate phases: The emergency and the regular programs, during the initial emergency phase, limited amounts of flood in- surance become available to local property owners. A map provided by FEMA gives the community at this stage a Flood Hazard Boundary Map and it outlines the flood-prone areas. Subsidized rates are charged for all structures regardless of their flood risk. Under the regular program, the full limits of flood in- surance coverage become available locally. The premiums charged for new construction vary according property is located. The program provides coverage at replacement cost but only for single family dwellings, and for those which are insured for 80 percent of the structure's replacement cost at the time of loss. Those who are insured to the maximum amount of in- surance depending on the type of program. Almost every type of walled and roofed building that is principally above ground can be insured. This would include a mobile home on a foun- dation. Also eligible are the contents of a fully enclosed building. Not insurable are: gas and liquid storage tanks, wharves, piers, bulkheads, growing crops, shrubbery, land, livestock, roads, motor vehicles, etc. I BIRTHS NEW BABY GIRL NORWICH-- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Krembs of Norwich are the parents of a new baby girl Greer, born on Jan. 10 at Mary" Hitchcock Hospital in Hanover. NEW SON ARRIVES ORFORD-- Mr. and Mrs. John O'Brien of Orford, are the parents of a new baby boy, Michael John, born on Jan. 8 at Mary Hitchcock Hospital in Hanover. NEW BABY GIRL RYEGATE-- Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Nelson of Ryegate/ are the parents of a new baby girl, weighing seven pounds and 13 ounces, born on Jan. 18 at Cottage Hospital in Woodsville. NEW SON ARRIVES WOODSVILLE-- Mr. and Mrs. Jose Torres of Wood- sville, are the parents of a new baby boy, weighing eight pounds and two ounces, bern on Jan. 11 at Cottage Hospital in Woodsville. NEW IIAIIY (:llll, NE%VI;IHY Mr. and Mrs. l)avid I,ongnloorc of Nex llnl'%, are the parenls (l[ a Mr. Moosilauke Center offers CNAP WENTWORTH-- If you are a parent on MEDICAID and your child seems run down, what can you do? In the Baker River Valley you can go to the Mount Moosilauke Health Center for CHAP services. CHAP stands for Child Health Assurance Program. CHAP is the closest a parent can get to insure a child's healthy future. How does CHAP operate? 1. Children are periodically tested for any problems. 2. Problems are diagnosed to discover causes. 3. A plan for necessary medical attention is made. 4. Treatment is begun. CHAP while available for all Medicaid eligible youngsters from birth to age 21, is especially important for the pre-school child. There is no cost. The separate visit for complete physical is not one of the 12 visits permitted each year. CHAP includes examinations for heart, nose, eye, ear, throat, and kidney problems. In addition CHAP will cover up to 5 well-baby visits during a baby's first year. Checkups occur to age 21. Mount Moosilauke Health Center now offers CHAP along with other services such as WIC, blood pressure clinics, and immunization clinics. Call 764-5525 for information for an appointment. It can make a difference in your child's future. Upper Valley hospice met on Jan. 18 BRADFORD--Hospice of the a self help group with 300 Upper Valley-Bradford Area chapters in this country which Chapter met on Jan. 18 at the provide friendship and Senior Citizens Center in assistance to bereaved Bradford. parents. The White River Gerry Hunt of the White chapter is in its third year River Junction branch of Compassionate Friends spoke to the group about the work of this organization in giving support to parents who have had a child die. The Compassionate Friends With monthly meetings and a newsletter. Faith Hunt, telephone 802-295-3281, can give additional information about the organization. A business meeting followed the talk and by-laws for the - I to its exposure to flood ne hah. girl. l,isa Aun. born was founded in' England Bradford unit of Hospice were I mmdi4i00 1 damage. The community is lul.ian.;lalMarxllilchcock twelve years ago and came to adopted. Floodissued ainsurancedetailed maPRateCalledMapa  "/nter Carn/t l lospilal in l lanov"r. ...... the United States in 1972. It is , GALE nDAR which shows flood elevations (continued from page 2) HAVERHHL I  and risk zones for insurance Cold Rush" correctly NEW BABY GIRL Wednesday, Jan. 27 purposes, predicted a sub-zero freeze for NORWICH-- Mr. and Mrs. RIVER: Senior Citizens Luncheon at the United of Christ vestry serving at noon. For reservations Thursday, Jan. 28 Free Christian Film Showing at the Academy at7:00 p.m. Friday, Jan. 29 Senior Citizens Luncheon at the Oxbow Center serving at 11:30 a.m. For reservations call Free Christian Film Showing at the Academy at 7:00p.m. N: Dance with the Odell Walker Band at the ino. $4.00 admission. I[ _ Saturday, Jan. 30 FORD: Square Dance at the Oxbow High School d. eteria beginning at 8"00 p m to t " " " Sunday, Jan. 31 NAAN, N.H.: Sleigh Rally at the Mascoma Fair Grounds !rUng at 11:00 a.m. $1.00 donation to the Upper Valley ,rd pCnane Society. om Wednesday, Feb. 3 :FORD: RONDO meeting at the home of Julia Fifield at p.m. FIG Morse will be the speaker. _ tinUI]LS RIVER: Senior Citizens Luncheon at the United Ellrch of Chrisl vestry serving at noon For reservations , - |757-2206. A community may apply for the Emergency Program by adopting preliminary flood plain management measures. Mter FEMA has completed a detailed on-site survey, the community can qualify for the regular program by adopting and administering more the Carnival weekend. But, New England weather being what it is, not until Feb. 11 will Hanover residents know for sure whether the Winter Carnival theme has once again been successful in predicting conditions for the Carnivial weekend. William Nelson of Norwich, are the parents of a new baby girl, Courtney Elizabeth, born on Jan. 2 at Alice Peck Day Memorial Hospital in Lebanon. NEW BABY BOY comprehensive flood plan NEWBURY-- Mr. and Mrs. construction measures. You Dean Ackerman of Newbury, can call FEMA toll free at 800- HONOR STUDENT 424-8872 to determine for AT VTC are the parents of a new baby which program you are WELLS RIVER-- A boy, weighing five pounds and eligible. Each governor has spokesman for the Vermont five and one-quarter ounces, designated an agency to Technical CollegeinRandolph bern on Jan. 5 at Cottage coordinate that state's flood has announced that Gregory Hospital in Woodsville. insurance program activities. A. Mahnker of Wells River has They assist the communities received honors for academic I Social Second Peak Alert ued by CVPS RUTLAND-- Extremely cold as temperatures increased temperatures Monday and the forecast indicated a morning and the forecast for warming trend. continued cold through The official peak demand on Wednesday prompted Central the CVPS electric system, Vermont Public Service 428.6 megawatthours, wasset Corporation to issueitssecond on Jan. 13, 1981 between 8:00 Peak Alert, urging customers and 9:00 a.m. to cut back on their use of Hurcomb said that the fact electricity during morning that the New England Power and evening hours. The Peak Pool established an all-time Alert will remain in effect, electric use record on Jan. 11 through Wednesday morning between 5:00 and 6:00 p.m. when temperatures are ex- and CVPS did not indicate the peered to rise. effectiveness of Operation "The voluntary curtailment Peak Alert. of use of major appliances during the peak hours of 7:30 to 11:30 a.m. and 4:30 to 9:00 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday will lessen demand on our electric system and reduce the amount of power we have to purchase from other utilities," said Thomas J. Hurcomb, CVPS vice president-external affairs. "It will also shorten operating periods of costly generating stations, especially those using oil," he said. CVPS issued its first Peak Alert on Monday Jan. 11, while temperatures were hovering from five to 10 below zero throughout the state. The unofficial demand on the in defining and .adopting the required flood plain management measure. Who may purchase flood insurance? Any owner of property (a building or it's contents) located in an ap- proved community may 'achievement at the college during the fall semester of 1981. QUOTES "That man is richest whose pleasures are the cheapest." Henry David Thoreau NE FULLER 00':I00HE COUPON CLIPPER Don't get tangled up in register tapes part of the tape." Weady's eyes lit up. "When you cut up the tape," I told her, "just be sure to circle the price of the Here is this week's list oi refund offers. Start looking for the required refund forms, which you can obtain at the supermarket, in news- required refund form and the ingredient statements from any two packages of Van de Kamp's Light and Crispy fillets or sticks. Expires June 30, 1982. -- Weaver Rondelets Offer. Receive two 50-cent coupons or a $I refund and two 50-cent coupons. For $I in coupons, send the required refund form and three Universal Product Cede symbols from Weaver Chicken Rondelets, For the $I refund and $I in coupons, send the form and four UPC symbols. This offer is valid only in states where Weaver products . are distributed. NEW SON ARRIVES ' BATH-- Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Troy of Bath, are the parents of a new baby boy, weighing eight pounds and three oun- ces, born on Jan. 6 at Cottage ttospital in Woodsville. refunded item and write the name of the store and the BRAND NEW SON BATH-- Mr. and Mrs. Philip Chicoine of Bath, are the POLICE REPORT Collision WOODSVILLE-- Haverhill police say they responded to a two-vehicle collision on Central St. on Jan. 17 at ap- proximately 1:50 p.m. Police said a 39-year old Terrace St., Woodsville man driving a 1972 dump truck owned by the Woodsville Fire District collided with a 1981 Chevrolet driven by a 87-year old man also from Woodsville. Police say the car received damage to its right quarter panel and the truck received no damage in the incident. No citations were issued and police said high snow banks contributed to the cause of the accident. Speeding Violation N. HAVERHILL-- Haverhill police issued a summons to a 20-year old Haverhill woman on Jan. 17 at approximately 9:15 p.m. Police said the woman was driving her vehicle at 55 miles per hour in a 35 mile per hour zone.A court date has been set parents of a new baby boy, weighing nine pounds and three ounces, born on Jan. 6at Cottage Hospital in Wood- sville. NEW DAUGHTER ARRIVES LYME- Mr. and Mrs. Peter Smallidge of Lyme, are the parents of a new baby girl, Emilia Ann, born on New Year's Day at Alice Peck Day Memorial Hospital in Lebanon. NEW BABY GIRL THETFORD-- Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Rogers of Thetford, are the parents of a new baby girl, Jessica Sue, born on Jan. 5 at Mary Hitcheock Hospital in Hanover. for Feb. 5 for her to appear in Haverhill District Court unless she pays a fine by waiver. Accident HAVERHILL-- Haverhill police say an accident oc- curred in Haverhill at the junction of Routes 10 and 25 on Jan. 14 at approximately 8:45 a.m. Police said a 1980 Chevrolet driven by a 42-year old Canaan, N.H., woman slid on the snowy road and collided with a parked 1979 Plymouth Duster owned by a 59-year old Haverhill woman. The Haverhill vehicle recieved damage to its front and left quarter panels and the other vehicle received damage to its left and right CVPS system reached 405 megawatt hours between 7:00 and 8:00 a.m. and 411 megawatt hours between 5:00 and 6:00 p.m. On Tuesday, Jan. 12, with the Peak Alert still in effect and tem- peratures of 10 to 20 below rear quarter cording to police. No citations Janice Clark NEW SON ARRIVES THETFORD CENTER- Mr. and Mrs. Blake Traendly are the parents of a new baby boy, Keefe Chapman, born on Jan. THETFORD-- Three persons 21 at Alice Peck Day Hospital received head injuries in a two-car collision Thursday, Janice Clark zero, the unofficial demand enaed panels, ac- was 419 megawatt hours to between 7:00 and 8:00 a.m. Cartton Lawyer were issued and bad dropped to 403 megawatt hours between 5:00 BRADFORD-- Mr. and Mrs. and 6:00 p.m. The Peak Alert William Clark of Bradford was lifted at tioon Wednesday announce the engagement of their daughter Janice Marie of Essex Jct., Vt. to Carlton E. MONTHLY RONDO Lawyer son of Marjorie MEETING LaWyer and the late James ORFORD-- The monthly Lawyer of Huntington, Vt. meeting of the RONDO on Miss Clark is a bookkeeper Feb. 3 will be at the home of at Harrington's in Vermont, Julia Fifield at 1:00 p.m. Inc. in Richmond, Vt. Mrs. FIG Morse will be at the Mr. Lawyer is employed at meeting to speak on the Indepondent Beef Company in subject of her book, The Essex Jet., Vt. Shakers and The World's A May 15 wedding is People. planned. ml.| .,,, i= q00vtAIl Slrc, MO00 ' ImOd$ illltrititlos io/Mllli lilGl COtrlI/yl I IN'ilAIIN$ Ill In I lotmot weol hmol I  i,i fwf,* 4 resulting from the incident and ncpinjuries were reported. Misuse of Plates N. HAVERHILL-- Haverhill police stopped and issued a summons to a 77-year old Orford woman on Jan. 16 at approximately 5:05 p.m. Police charged the woman with misuse of license plates and with operating an unregistered motor vehicle. A date for her to appear in Haverhill District Court was set for Feb. 19. Bad Checks WOODSVILLE-- As of Jan. 13 Haverhill police are in- vestigating the circumstances surrounding the issuance of seven bad checks written out to Peoples Market by the same man. Break-in WOODSVILLE-- Someone broke into Walker Motor Sales in Woodsville on the night of Jan. 12 and attempted to pry the door off of a safe owned by the car dealer, according to Haverhill police. Police say they are in- vestigating the incident. Reported Theft WOODSVILLE-- Police responded to a reported theft of a weapon valued at ap- proximately $35 stolen late last fall from a building on Connecticut St. Police are investigating the incident. Non-inspection WOODSVILLE-- According to police reports, a 24-year old Wondsville man was issued a summons on Jan. 5 for "non- inspection." The man was issued a summons to appear in Haverhill District Court on Jan. 29. VF.JU00ONT STATE POLIC00 REPORT I I |OIm 5,. I f' ", I !illtl,I SALE Jan. 26-30 Selection ( 1979 of Sale Price) Calicos & $2,28 Yd. Solids in Selected The Upper Calicos SALE SALE 26-30 Jan. 26-30 Store Hours Tues.-Thurs. 10-5: 30 Fri. 10-8 clear but police who were at the scene described road froi Iditi h e lller OUght I was going to !rienhervous breakdown s uJ ,,re at the checkout r, said my neighbor  "As the cashier was aoo up my last few :ts ses, I realized that IWere three refundable on the counter, and I kl a register tape for iof their refunds" ink d W ;'Y as sitting at my table as she told me of woe. I was going ,, a pile of old maga- p eltpping out every t  coupon. (I had :he magazines for 10 ach at a rummage l I was already more 1 ahead when Wendy c, in.) ,, eally panicked, said . "The cashier was ]g Woman who tackled hOplifter outside the I asked her whether I Split all my items into i I groups so that she ring them up again." at did she say. , e didn't say anything. .s_he {gave me the est IooR you can imag- b, then I asked whether uld just deduct two of :m s and then ring each up separately.- pu were really playing I chuckled. i,v :ire're .., not kidding. You .tv::,seen, the look "IP then. ,, Jell, what did you do '  ookedat - ' , the long line  ppers behind look - me, and ll?"ea-- at the cashier Id her,' t 0 Never mind,'" r feel miserable as : out of the saver- let and thought alout two out of my three : t you don't have to :hem," I assured her. ; companies under- that register tapes can r 'ds long or required for manufacturers, ds. They will accept a i paper and magazine advertisements and from of the part you send in." "That's fantastic!" Wendy shouted as she sprang up from her chair. "I just hope that I saved that tape," she called back to me on her way out the door. My smart shopping award goes to Marsha Svendsen of Enterprise, Ore. In the damaged-goods basket at her supermarket, she found a rex-pack of Ocean Spray Cranberry Juice marked down frgm $1.29 to 54 cents because it contained only four cans. She remembered that she had a 50-cent Ocean Spray refund form in her file. at home. After she deducted the cost of postage, each can cost her only 6 cents! , Ms. Svendsen and other readers whose smart shop- ping experiences appear in this column receive a copy of the refunding publication, The National Supermarket Shopper. Write to me in care of this newspaper.i Here's a refund form to write for: Free Baby Wet Ones Offer, P.O. Box 1071, Ridgely, Md. 2],660. Send a stamped, self-addressed envelope with 'our request. This offer expwes May 31, 1982. Expires March 31, 1982. -- Wilson Holiday Offer. date of purchase at the top trading with friends. Mean- Receive a $1.50 refund and while, start collecting the needed proofs of purchase as detailed below. Remember, some offers are not avail- able in all areas of the coun- try. Today's refund offers havb a,vatue of $14. Meat, Poultry, Seafood, Other Main Dishes (File 6) -- Armour Chicken Vien- na Offer. Receive a $1 refund. Send the required refund form and six labels from Armour Chicken Vien- na Sausage. Expires June 30, 1982. -- Morton House $1 Refund .Coupon Offer. Receive a $I coupon for Morton House Stew or Chili. Send the .required refund form and three entire labels from any combination of Morton House Stew or Chili products. Expires Dec. 31, 1982. -- On-Cot. Receive a $1 refund. Send the required refund form and two ingred- ient statemenis from the side panels of any 2-pound On-Cor Deluxe Frozen Entrees. Expires March 31, 1982. -- Van de Kamp's Offer. Receive an 80-cent refund and a 20-cent Van de Kamp's coupon. Send the in Lebanon. $2 in coupons for Wilson products. Send the required refund form and two proofs of purchase from any Wilson Colth Cougal 4-H Ribbon and Seal Boneless by SHERRI#rALKER Ham or Canned Ham. The proofs are the front label from the boneless ham and the inspection slip inside the canned ham. Expires May 30, 1982. Bonus! These offers don't require forms: --Rath Canned Ham Offer, P.O. Box NB-616, El Paso, Texas 79977. Receive a $1 refund and a $I coupon for Rath Black Hawk Canned Ham. Send the proof-of-purchase certifi- cate inside one Rath Black Hawk, Hickory Smoked or Honey Glazed Canned Ham. Expires June 30, 1982. -- Swanson Trivia Book Offer, P.O. BOx 9338, St. Paul, Minn. 55193. Receive the "NFL Trivia Book." Send five variety name pan- els from the fronts of any Swanson Hungry-Man Dinners and 40 (in check or money order) for postage and handling. This offer is void in Wisconsin. Expires June 30, 1982, or when the supply is exhausted. United Feature Symfieate, Inc. On Jan. 30 there will be an Award's Night for 4-H members. It will be held at the East Corinth Church. All parents are welcomed. The meeting starts at 7:00 p.m. after awards there will be refreshments. INTERESTING FACT Phoenix, Arizona has by far the largest number of days of sunshine per year in the U.S. - 213. Jan. 21 in which both vehicles were totaled, according to police. Police said a 51-your old Ely woman was turning left on to Route 244. in Thetford when her 1980 Chevrolet Citation collided with an east bound 1979 Plymouth Volare driven by a 42-year old Vershire man. The drivers of both vehicles and a 66-year old Vershire woman, a passenger in the Chevrolet, were traosported to Mary Hitchcock Hospital in Hanover, all suffering from what police described as "head injuries." The accident was said to have occurred at ap- proximately 3:00 p.m. Weather conditions at the time of the accident were said to be gd' ,md00 A&W ARTESIAN WELL CO. since 193o Ftw conditions as icy. Accident GROTON--A milk truck ran into the back end of a left turning car on Route 302 in Groton on Wednesday, Jan. 20, according to police reports. No injuries were reported in the incident. Police say both vehicles were east bound on the roadway when a 74-year old Groton man driving a 1981 Chevrolet Citation stopped to make a left turn. That is when police say the 1977 GMC milk truck driven by a 31-year old S. Ryegate man, struck the rear of the turning vehicle. Weather conditions at the time of the accident were described as cloudy and pol{ce say road conditions were 'dry." Police estimated the damage to the Groton vehicle at approximately $2000 and said the milk truck received about $250 in right front end damage. Accident THETFORD-- Police say a car collided with a school bus on Wednesday, Jan. 20 in Thetford on Route 113 in front of the Thetford Elementary School at approximately 4:45 p.m. Police said the bus received relatively minor damage (an ( please turn to page 5) Sat. 10-5 DIAMONII S. "7. M00A///st00 Quol Jewelers ,Since 1923 Woodsville, N. H. Tel. 717 3482 ,