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Page 4A-The Second Opinion-January 27, 1982 Newburv man gets Arnl. V New Annual Basic Military Compensation , promobon yeARs OF SERVICE NEWBURY- Timothy P. Rhoads. son of Mr. and Mrs. Pwy 00SAFE.T-FLUE Reg 110  $8 95 CHIMNEY SWEEP Reg '2 '9 SOOT DESTROYER AL, .,E ,us.is 15 % o, FIBERGLASS RODS ALL STOVEPIPE 15 % o. AND FITTINGS GC:M:00RILL Bradford ermont I II IIi II I H.oberl L. Rhoads of Newbury, Vt., has been promoted in the U.S. Army to the rank of C/S specialist five. 0-10 Rhoads is an operating 0-8 roonl specialist at Fort Riley, 0-7 - Kan., with the 16th Combat 0-6 Support ltospital. He is a 1977 graduate of 0-4 26398 0-3 242 Oxbow High School. 0-2 21146 ................. 0,-1 17941 I II =lEer_,1 III d [I]1 / [t,]l't STATE Of VERMONT PRORATE COURT BRADFORD DISTRICT, ss. OINI OF NOFICJE WtlEREA$, Lillinn Mavis Mace of Topsham in the County of Orange and State of Vet. moot, o single person, has filed in this Court a petition setting forth that she will hereafter be known and coiled Lillion Mavis Hart. For which purpose it is ordered by said Court that a copy of this order be published in the Jetmml Olddon, a newspaper published at Bradford in said District, for three wes successively. GNen under my hand at Wells River in said District this 12th day of Jenuory, 1982. Rena N. Vigneau ' lWbp "1/21-27-2/3 Grade Under 2 2 3 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 le Sa Sale -- WAX SKI -- SKILON 15 PERCENT OFF -- WAXLESS SKI JANUARY 26 THROUGH 31 --SKILOM TRAK JARUININ -- ALFA BOOT;":'i!i" H 25 PERCENT OFF -- SKI CLOTHING -- CROSS COUNTR JACKETS -- KNICKERS -- SXC POLYPRO LONG UNDERWEAR 20% o. RIVER BEND C0unt00, Ski Shop "THE SKIING IS GREAT." RT. 5, SOUTH NEWBURY, VT. SPiGHEql SUPPER Northeast Ski SIq o _ Servings at 5:00, 6:00 & 7:00 P.M. ." i Limited seating 4,. 13.75 adults 13.25 children under 10 Includes salad, d-ink and bread. Tickets available in advance or at the door. For information call 802-439-5789. ACCOUNTANT Blue Mountain Union School Wells River, Vermont CLASS "A" FRIDAY, JANUARY 29. 1982 5:00 P. M, Oxbow vs. 6:00 P.M. Oxbow vs. 7:00 P.M. Haverhill vs. 8:00 P.M. Haverhill vs. Blue Mountain Girls Blue Mountain Boys Lisbon Girls Lisbon Boys SATURDAY. JANUARY 30. 1982 5:00 P.M. Consolation Boys 6:00 P.M. Consolation Girls 7:00 P.M. Championship Girls 8:00 P.M. Championship Boys CLASS "B" FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1982 5:00 P. M. 6:00 P.M. 7:00 P. M. 8:00 P. M. Waterford vs. Fairlee Boys Waterford vs. Fairlee Girls Barnet vs. Monroe Boys Barnet vs. Monroe Girls SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 6. 1982 5:00 P.M. Consolation Girls 6:00 P.M. Consolation Boys 7:00 P.M. Championship Girls 8:00 P.M. Championship Boys PRESENTATION OF TROPHIES AND AWARDS REFRESHMENTS AVAILABLE ALL FOUR NIGHTS Courtesy Of Wells River Savings Bank II I i  i I i 30690 32326 26432 27851 22616 26106 18498 21488 COMMISSION ED OFFICERS 43256 4339 8 43304 44591 504.71 37162 3809,6 39815 42112 448B 32363 32839 34015 3593 3 37637 39007 40588 30198 31378 32313 3374 5 35149 35 26804 27254 - - - COMMISSlONEDOFFlCERSWITHMORITHAN 4YIEAEOII 66488 52725 53714 47042 48224 41585 22 26 - 66577 - 66572 66553 66524 56330 60330 49643 O-3E - 31369 32312 33745 38149 363156 - O-2E 26720 27256 27952 29137 30063 30760 0.1E 21487 2264.2 23313 23991 241168 25606 WARRANT OFFICERS W4 - " 2983 2 31352 32519 33454 34186 35107 36094 38475 W-3 - * 25995 2716 9 27872 28566 29254 29984 30933 31859 32785 W-2 ' - : +21392 21280 21dl6 22624 23533 24226 24917 25595 26305 26998 27680 28582 - W-1 171 18964 . " 18984 20136 20814 21493 221E0 22857 23526 24198 24868 25592 . - 40e28 M/S .  ENLISTED MEMBERS E-9  .... o  - 28909 29484 30004 30473 31765 34273 E- ' 24110 24510 24194 25497 26007 26473 26981 28223 30739 E-7  :: o 20218 20700 21166 21663 22151 22893 23375 23871 241 04 25341 27807 E'6 16133 17066 17552 18060 18523 18998 19489 20213 20678 21170 21409 E' 14427 15201 15652 16112 16833 17318 17810 18281 18525 - - E.4 13086 13555 14073 . 14809 15220 E'3 12078 12519 12862 13212 11493 .... M 10612 - .... parison between military service and comparable and housing, the men ana civilian employment up- women in uniform lust don't portunities just might be an have it that bad. Some would eye-opener for high school say they've got it good, as a 11 1"1111 1 . r mnl Military salaries compa e with civilian e ,__oyment by GySgt. KENN BOSS graduates, matter of fact. the .... or'Lceman whose and dental .... care, special pay include, however, acom MANCHESTER, N H -- As a result of recent in- A recentl ublished table nrnrnmi,. h,,, h,.. for particular jobs hke tax advantage enjoyed ' " " " " YP " ...................... r .... Making an economm eom- creases m basra pay and outlining Basic Military awarded on schedule earns ecrmtmg, or pay allowances mEhtary personnel on nearly $15,000 a year. Going for sea or combat duty. The non-taxable allowance further in a career, a Marine Navy Times chart does not Service pay taxation is monetary allowances for food Compensation (BMC) in Navy Times shows the newest private, seaman or airman receives $10,512 annually. That figure assumes the newest service member does not get promoted in his or her first two years of service. At the end of one enlistment, Bradford National Guard news IHIAI)F()I{I) ()n Dec. ;. %(; (;ordon Gardner. for their 1981. the Bradford N.('.(). ('hLI) recenl gradualion from Sl)nsored a (?hristmas l'arty Advanced N.('.(). SO()I held for Ihe families of all guard at the ('amp Ethan Allen nlen|hers, in spite of story training, silt? in Underhill, VI. wealher and slipper)' roads. ('EATS is the Stale of Ver- nearly IIH) fanlily membcrs monl training center for all attended Nalional Guard an(t Reserve An excellent lurkey dimler units in the state. The regular was prepared by SS(; Vel-n army also uses the excellenl Fosler. and his cald)h' mess facililies for specialized seelion. Iraining: especially during EnlisttM Man  inl er nlont hs. of the Yea)" lateky Ihmiers Each year, the N.C().'s l,uckv deer hunters for 1981 select fron) the enlisted ranks, cr(': 'I'VT. Mark Covey -- El throLIgh ES. one guard- dt,: 51'5 Dale Ordway - snlan who has demonslraled spikehorn: ,G Vern Foster excellence in performance of . d(w: and SSG Karl Tilden-- his dulies during lhe)ear. The 8 poirll buck. engraved plaque for"Enlisled (' o nl p a n y m e m b e r s Man of the Year" was welcon)e lhe ft)lh)wing recent awarded If) Private First enlislecs: ,h>hn reflect monetary advantages servicemen enjoy by shopping at base PXs and com- missaries, where costs are computed at approximately 19 staff sergeant with 10 years' of service, for instance receives $19,489 a year. The BMC table does not compute the averaged value of other military economic percent benefits such as free medical civilian outlets. less than similar consumer goods The Navy Times chart does i l =[e'l';l III d [el l [ =11 NOTICE OF NEARING ON ALLOWANCE OF WILL SLATE Of VERMONT IN TttE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OE Nowm, d A. Hubimrd, Sr. PROBATE COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OE Bmfo To lhe hes at law and oil persons m- telestd m the Estate of Howard A Hubbard. S late of Newbury in said District defensed You oe notified that o written mstrumeat dled September 2q, 1981 and purporting to be the Lost Will and Testomenl of said deceased has been presented to the Pobete Cotrt for the Oslrict of Brodfecd by Howard A Hubbard Jr , with a petition requesting Probnle thereof The hearing thereon I"1o', been scheduled tot the qth dy of february, lg82 at 10:00 a m at the Probate Court, Wells River, Vermont You my appear then and there to show cruise, if any you may have. why the sold inslrument should not be allowed as the Iosl Will and Testament of the deceased. pay. Additional monies food, housing and provisions are non-taxablel the individual's federal come tax. High school gradua entering the civilian market may want to the approximate 400 job 'of the armed services selecting an employer determine where the earning potential exists. STAff OF VERMONT NOTICE TO ClllEDITORS DISTRICT OF BRADFORD, SS. 1o the Creditors of the [. Hebb Iot of Newhurv, deceased. Garnett J. Habb of stoles tt't he has been a representative of the above creditors having claims ngoinst the estate are required to present writing within four months after the first publication hereof to the personal representative at the abow or to the Register of the Prubote Wells River, Vermont, or said claim forever barred, Doted at Newbury this 28th Decembe 1981 D Evans. Doled thi, 30th day of December 1981 / s/ Rena N Vigneau Gorne11 J, l ('hLss ROy ()rdwav, for the l)avid IL lligginsJr. GaryW. Judge Year 19811 " ,, (;oodrit;h. Peter Gordon, 113- 1113-20-27 The offieernamedPSGErie,.., l)aravin I';, May. Berry A. " ......  ...................... ................ Sleelx rh) r(ccivc tile "N('.() ()r(ha,, Morris'll. l'('l'l): and of t he Yt'ar" axvard. ( ;era hi' l,. Wheeler. TEST DRIVE THE 1982 JOURNA l,aundrv ,lr., for his promoli()n 6 and 7. "l'h( public is welcome IoSpeci'alisl 511) ('lass ISl'5). it) visil the arnu)ry on ('ongratulalionsalsf) gOL)Ut l,'ai,'rou,ld ,'oad anytimt, OPINION/SECOND OPINION 1479"054 to 5S(; William l)ierson, and duringthe weekend No other vehicle gets better gas mileage Before you step into your car to do some = BUSINESS DIRECTORY shopping, browse through the pages of advertising -'tll:k"[li:il:ai[lldlll:l]=l:U:ill/;Idl[ in the Journal Opinion/Second Opinion, l ai i Opinio We're a gas saver. With the cost of ourn n teration, William K. Arps, C.P.A. CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT Financial and Estate Planning Personal and Business Tax Preparation Newbury Village, Newbury, Vermont 05051 (8O2) 866-5923-4 A PROFESSIONAL CORPORATION OF CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS FULLY STAFFED WITH PROFESSIONAL, PARA- PROFESSIONAL AND CLERICAL PERSONNEL TO PROVIDE ALL LEVELS OF ACCOUNTING, AUDITING, TAX MANAGEMENT AND FINANCIAL PLANNING SERVICES. m.HOUSl CPUIlIlR MAIN STREET 46 E/ffRN AVE BRADFORD, VT, ST. JOHNSBURY, VT. (802)222-5270 (802)748-4914 INTERESTING FACT The "5" in Harry S. Truman is not an abbreviation -- it is Truman's complete middle name. NoTla OF NIAIIING ON AI.LOI/ANCl OF WILL STAff DE VERMONT IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF  Mitt Ikhanh.m PROBATE COURT FOR THE DISTRICT Of gndfal To the heirs at low and all persons in- terested m the Estate of Nina &lice Richardsor late of Winchester. Massachusetts. in said District. de, eased: You are notified that written instruments doted July 3. t968 and December 11. 1979 and purporting to be the Last Will and Testament and Codicil of said OKeased have been presented to the Probate Court for the District of Bradford by Harris S. Richardson. Jr.. with o petition requesting Probate thereof. The hearing thereen has been scheduled for the 161h day of Fdoruory, 1982 al t0 a,m. at the Probate Court. Wells River, Vermont. You ly appeor then and there to Shaw cause, if any yOU may have why the mid instrument should not be allowed as the Last Will end Testament of the deceased, Dated this 7th y of Jonuery, 1982. s/Raea N, Vignenu Jbe 1 / 21-27-2/3 energy soaring, we can cut your driving time and save you money During 1981 we ran many miles of retail advertising and more miles of classifieds. So test dove the Journal Opinion/Second Opinion. We're miles ahea of everyone else. Whether you're looking to buy, looking to sell, or looking for news, look to the Journal Opinion/Second Opinion / y The Newspaper For Everybody Send the Journal Opinion right away! Enclosed is $9.00 (Vt./N.H.) Enclosed is $11.00 (All other states) NtO CITIZ[ IOUCT $2 00 ADDRESS RFD TOWN STATE ZIP SECOND OPINION IS FREE WITH YOUR ORDER. r a / / l i =[t'/;111 d tell d [,]r.,,. II011! M IIBIII6 OU &LLOwNia OF 1/111 STATE OF VERMONT IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Mb Ill Bums PROBATE COURT FOR THE DISTRICT Of lmINenl To the heirs at law d all persons in- terested in the Estate of Id M. Burns. Iota of Bradford. in said Oistrkt. deceased: You are notified that o written instrument doted May 10, 1977, and purporting to be the Lost Will and Testament of said doteasod has been presented to the Probate Court foe the District of Bradford by Robert S. BurI, with o petition requesting Probate thereof. The hearing thereon hos been scheduled foe the 9th d0y of FeBruary, 1982 at 10:30 o,m. at the Prohate Courl. Wells River. Verrnent. You melt appear the and there to show couso, if any you mey have, why the sold instrument should not be allowed as the Lost Will end Testt of the dld. Doted this 3151 day of Decwber. 1981. /sl Imo N. Vigmou 1113-20-27 Page 4A-The Second Opinion-January 27, 1982 Newburv man gets Arnl. V New Annual Basic Military Compensation , promobon yeARs OF SERVICE NEWBURY- Timothy P. Rhoads. son of Mr. and Mrs. Pwy 00SAFE.T-FLUE Reg 110  $8 95 CHIMNEY SWEEP Reg '2 '9 SOOT DESTROYER AL, .,E ,us.is 15 % o, FIBERGLASS RODS ALL STOVEPIPE 15 % o. AND FITTINGS GC:M:00RILL Bradford ermont I II IIi II I H.oberl L. Rhoads of Newbury, Vt., has been promoted in the U.S. Army to the rank of C/S specialist five. 0-10 Rhoads is an operating 0-8 roonl specialist at Fort Riley, 0-7 - Kan., with the 16th Combat 0-6 Support ltospital. He is a 1977 graduate of 0-4 26398 0-3 242 Oxbow High School. 0-2 21146 ................. 0,-1 17941 I II =lEer_,1 III d [I]1 / [t,]l't STATE Of VERMONT PRORATE COURT BRADFORD DISTRICT, ss. OINI OF NOFICJE WtlEREA$, Lillinn Mavis Mace of Topsham in the County of Orange and State of Vet. moot, o single person, has filed in this Court a petition setting forth that she will hereafter be known and coiled Lillion Mavis Hart. For which purpose it is ordered by said Court that a copy of this order be published in the Jetmml Olddon, a newspaper published at Bradford in said District, for three wes successively. GNen under my hand at Wells River in said District this 12th day of Jenuory, 1982. Rena N. Vigneau ' lWbp "1/21-27-2/3 Grade Under 2 2 3 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 le Sa Sale -- WAX SKI -- SKILON 15 PERCENT OFF -- WAXLESS SKI JANUARY 26 THROUGH 31 --SKILOM TRAK JARUININ -- ALFA BOOT;":'i!i" H 25 PERCENT OFF -- SKI CLOTHING -- CROSS COUNTR JACKETS -- KNICKERS -- SXC POLYPRO LONG UNDERWEAR 20% o. RIVER BEND C0unt00, Ski Shop "THE SKIING IS GREAT." RT. 5, SOUTH NEWBURY, VT. SPiGHEql SUPPER Northeast Ski SIq o _ Servings at 5:00, 6:00 & 7:00 P.M. ." i Limited seating 4,. 13.75 adults 13.25 children under 10 Includes salad, d-ink and bread. Tickets available in advance or at the door. For information call 802-439-5789. ACCOUNTANT Blue Mountain Union School Wells River, Vermont CLASS "A" FRIDAY, JANUARY 29. 1982 5:00 P. M, Oxbow vs. 6:00 P.M. Oxbow vs. 7:00 P.M. Haverhill vs. 8:00 P.M. Haverhill vs. Blue Mountain Girls Blue Mountain Boys Lisbon Girls Lisbon Boys SATURDAY. JANUARY 30. 1982 5:00 P.M. Consolation Boys 6:00 P.M. Consolation Girls 7:00 P.M. Championship Girls 8:00 P.M. Championship Boys CLASS "B" FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1982 5:00 P. M. 6:00 P.M. 7:00 P. M. 8:00 P. M. Waterford vs. Fairlee Boys Waterford vs. Fairlee Girls Barnet vs. Monroe Boys Barnet vs. Monroe Girls SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 6. 1982 5:00 P.M. Consolation Girls 6:00 P.M. Consolation Boys 7:00 P.M. Championship Girls 8:00 P.M. Championship Boys PRESENTATION OF TROPHIES AND AWARDS REFRESHMENTS AVAILABLE ALL FOUR NIGHTS Courtesy Of Wells River Savings Bank II I i  i I i 30690 32326 26432 27851 22616 26106 18498 21488 COMMISSION ED OFFICERS 43256 4339 8 43304 44591 504.71 37162 3809,6 39815 42112 448B 32363 32839 34015 3593 3 37637 39007 40588 30198 31378 32313 3374 5 35149 35 26804 27254 - - - COMMISSlONEDOFFlCERSWITHMORITHAN 4YIEAEOII 66488 52725 53714 47042 48224 41585 22 26 - 66577 - 66572 66553 66524 56330 60330 49643 O-3E - 31369 32312 33745 38149 363156 - O-2E 26720 27256 27952 29137 30063 30760 0.1E 21487 2264.2 23313 23991 241168 25606 WARRANT OFFICERS W4 - " 2983 2 31352 32519 33454 34186 35107 36094 38475 W-3 - * 25995 2716 9 27872 28566 29254 29984 30933 31859 32785 W-2 ' - : +21392 21280 21dl6 22624 23533 24226 24917 25595 26305 26998 27680 28582 - W-1 171 18964 . " 18984 20136 20814 21493 221E0 22857 23526 24198 24868 25592 . - 40e28 M/S .  ENLISTED MEMBERS E-9  .... o  - 28909 29484 30004 30473 31765 34273 E- ' 24110 24510 24194 25497 26007 26473 26981 28223 30739 E-7  :: o 20218 20700 21166 21663 22151 22893 23375 23871 241 04 25341 27807 E'6 16133 17066 17552 18060 18523 18998 19489 20213 20678 21170 21409 E' 14427 15201 15652 16112 16833 17318 17810 18281 18525 - - E.4 13086 13555 14073 . 14809 15220 E'3 12078 12519 12862 13212 11493 .... M 10612 - .... parison between military service and comparable and housing, the men ana civilian employment up- women in uniform lust don't portunities just might be an have it that bad. Some would eye-opener for high school say they've got it good, as a 11 1"1111 1 . r mnl Military salaries compa e with civilian e ,__oyment by GySgt. KENN BOSS graduates, matter of fact. the .... or'Lceman whose and dental .... care, special pay include, however, acom MANCHESTER, N H -- As a result of recent in- A recentl ublished table nrnrnmi,. h,,, h,.. for particular jobs hke tax advantage enjoyed ' " " " " YP " ...................... r .... Making an economm eom- creases m basra pay and outlining Basic Military awarded on schedule earns ecrmtmg, or pay allowances mEhtary personnel on nearly $15,000 a year. Going for sea or combat duty. The non-taxable allowance further in a career, a Marine Navy Times chart does not Service pay taxation is monetary allowances for food Compensation (BMC) in Navy Times shows the newest private, seaman or airman receives $10,512 annually. That figure assumes the newest service member does not get promoted in his or her first two years of service. At the end of one enlistment, Bradford National Guard news IHIAI)F()I{I) ()n Dec. ;. %(; (;ordon Gardner. for their 1981. the Bradford N.('.(). ('hLI) recenl gradualion from Sl)nsored a (?hristmas l'arty Advanced N.('.(). SO()I held for Ihe families of all guard at the ('amp Ethan Allen nlen|hers, in spite of story training, silt? in Underhill, VI. wealher and slipper)' roads. ('EATS is the Stale of Ver- nearly IIH) fanlily membcrs monl training center for all attended Nalional Guard an(t Reserve An excellent lurkey dimler units in the state. The regular was prepared by SS(; Vel-n army also uses the excellenl Fosler. and his cald)h' mess facililies for specialized seelion. Iraining: especially during EnlisttM Man  inl er nlont hs. of the Yea)" lateky Ihmiers Each year, the N.C().'s l,uckv deer hunters for 1981 select fron) the enlisted ranks, cr(': 'I'VT. Mark Covey -- El throLIgh ES. one guard- dt,: 51'5 Dale Ordway - snlan who has demonslraled spikehorn: ,G Vern Foster excellence in performance of . d(w: and SSG Karl Tilden-- his dulies during lhe)ear. The 8 poirll buck. engraved plaque for"Enlisled (' o nl p a n y m e m b e r s Man of the Year" was welcon)e lhe ft)lh)wing recent awarded If) Private First enlislecs: ,h>hn reflect monetary advantages servicemen enjoy by shopping at base PXs and com- missaries, where costs are computed at approximately 19 staff sergeant with 10 years' of service, for instance receives $19,489 a year. The BMC table does not compute the averaged value of other military economic percent benefits such as free medical civilian outlets. less than similar consumer goods The Navy Times chart does i l =[e'l';l III d [el l [ =11 NOTICE OF NEARING ON ALLOWANCE OF WILL SLATE Of VERMONT IN TttE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OE Nowm, d A. Hubimrd, Sr. PROBATE COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OE Bmfo To lhe hes at law and oil persons m- telestd m the Estate of Howard A Hubbard. S late of Newbury in said District defensed You oe notified that o written mstrumeat dled September 2q, 1981 and purporting to be the Lost Will and Testomenl of said deceased has been presented to the Pobete Cotrt for the Oslrict of Brodfecd by Howard A Hubbard Jr , with a petition requesting Probnle thereof The hearing thereon I"1o', been scheduled tot the qth dy of february, lg82 at 10:00 a m at the Probate Court, Wells River, Vermont You my appear then and there to show cruise, if any you may have. why the sold inslrument should not be allowed as the Iosl Will and Testament of the deceased. pay. Additional monies food, housing and provisions are non-taxablel the individual's federal come tax. High school gradua entering the civilian market may want to the approximate 400 job 'of the armed services selecting an employer determine where the earning potential exists. STAff OF VERMONT NOTICE TO ClllEDITORS DISTRICT OF BRADFORD, SS. 1o the Creditors of the [. Hebb Iot of Newhurv, deceased. Garnett J. Habb of stoles tt't he has been a representative of the above creditors having claims ngoinst the estate are required to present writing within four months after the first publication hereof to the personal representative at the abow or to the Register of the Prubote Wells River, Vermont, or said claim forever barred, Doted at Newbury this 28th Decembe 1981 D Evans. Doled thi, 30th day of December 1981 / s/ Rena N Vigneau Gorne11 J, l ('hLss ROy ()rdwav, for the l)avid IL lligginsJr. GaryW. Judge Year 19811 " ,, (;oodrit;h. Peter Gordon, 113- 1113-20-27 The offieernamedPSGErie,.., l)aravin I';, May. Berry A. " ......  ...................... ................ Sleelx rh) r(ccivc tile "N('.() ()r(ha,, Morris'll. l'('l'l): and of t he Yt'ar" axvard. ( ;era hi' l,. Wheeler. TEST DRIVE THE 1982 JOURNA l,aundrv ,lr., for his promoli()n 6 and 7. "l'h( public is welcome IoSpeci'alisl 511) ('lass ISl'5). it) visil the arnu)ry on ('ongratulalionsalsf) gOL)Ut l,'ai,'rou,ld ,'oad anytimt, OPINION/SECOND OPINION 1479"054 to 5S(; William l)ierson, and duringthe weekend No other vehicle gets better gas mileage Before you step into your car to do some = BUSINESS DIRECTORY shopping, browse through the pages of advertising -'tll:k"[li:il:ai[lldlll:l]=l:U:ill/;Idl[ in the Journal Opinion/Second Opinion, l ai i Opinio We're a gas saver. With the cost of ourn n teration, William K. Arps, C.P.A. CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT Financial and Estate Planning Personal and Business Tax Preparation Newbury Village, Newbury, Vermont 05051 (8O2) 866-5923-4 A PROFESSIONAL CORPORATION OF CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS FULLY STAFFED WITH PROFESSIONAL, PARA- PROFESSIONAL AND CLERICAL PERSONNEL TO PROVIDE ALL LEVELS OF ACCOUNTING, AUDITING, TAX MANAGEMENT AND FINANCIAL PLANNING SERVICES. m.HOUSl CPUIlIlR MAIN STREET 46 E/ffRN AVE BRADFORD, VT, ST. JOHNSBURY, VT. (802)222-5270 (802)748-4914 INTERESTING FACT The "5" in Harry S. Truman is not an abbreviation -- it is Truman's complete middle name. NoTla OF NIAIIING ON AI.LOI/ANCl OF WILL STAff DE VERMONT IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF  Mitt Ikhanh.m PROBATE COURT FOR THE DISTRICT Of gndfal To the heirs at low and all persons in- terested m the Estate of Nina &lice Richardsor late of Winchester. Massachusetts. in said District. de, eased: You are notified that written instruments doted July 3. t968 and December 11. 1979 and purporting to be the Last Will and Testament and Codicil of said OKeased have been presented to the Probate Court for the District of Bradford by Harris S. Richardson. Jr.. with o petition requesting Probate thereof. The hearing thereen has been scheduled for the 161h day of Fdoruory, 1982 al t0 a,m. at the Probate Court. Wells River, Vermont. You ly appeor then and there to Shaw cause, if any yOU may have why the mid instrument should not be allowed as the Last Will end Testament of the deceased, Dated this 7th y of Jonuery, 1982. s/Raea N, Vignenu Jbe 1 / 21-27-2/3 energy soaring, we can cut your driving time and save you money During 1981 we ran many miles of retail advertising and more miles of classifieds. So test dove the Journal Opinion/Second Opinion. We're miles ahea of everyone else. Whether you're looking to buy, looking to sell, or looking for news, look to the Journal Opinion/Second Opinion / y The Newspaper For Everybody Send the Journal Opinion right away! Enclosed is $9.00 (Vt./N.H.) Enclosed is $11.00 (All other states) NtO CITIZ[ IOUCT $2 00 ADDRESS RFD TOWN STATE ZIP SECOND OPINION IS FREE WITH YOUR ORDER. r a / / l i =[t'/;111 d tell d [,]r.,,. II011! M IIBIII6 OU &LLOwNia OF 1/111 STATE OF VERMONT IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Mb Ill Bums PROBATE COURT FOR THE DISTRICT Of lmINenl To the heirs at law d all persons in- terested in the Estate of Id M. Burns. Iota of Bradford. in said Oistrkt. deceased: You are notified that o written instrument doted May 10, 1977, and purporting to be the Lost Will and Testament of said doteasod has been presented to the Probate Court foe the District of Bradford by Robert S. BurI, with o petition requesting Probate thereof. The hearing thereon hos been scheduled foe the 9th d0y of FeBruary, 1982 at 10:30 o,m. at the Prohate Courl. Wells River. Verrnent. You melt appear the and there to show couso, if any you mey have, why the sold instrument should not be allowed as the Lost Will end Testt of the dld. Doted this 3151 day of Decwber. 1981. /sl Imo N. Vigmou 1113-20-27