"
Newspaper Archive of
Journal Opinion
Bradford , Vermont
Lyft
January 28, 1981     Journal Opinion
PAGE 10     (10 of 12 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 10     (10 of 12 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
January 28, 1981
 

Newspaper Archive of Journal Opinion produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2022. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




Page 10-The Journal Opinion-January 28, 1981 R:00SVAT RalE00]mmm .m/E00m0000alp NORTHEN FLORIDA-- 2 AVAIl,ABLE FOR IM- wooded acres in rich MEI)iATE occupancy. A one agricultural area of and a two bedroom apart- Panhandle. High, dry, land. ment. Both with bath, wall to $4300 Monthly payments of wall carpeting, Kitchen ap- only $59.14 through owner with pliances. Heat, lights, hot $300 down. Call owner 1-603- water, gas, and rubbish 889-8254. 4T2-18--p removal included in rent. Security deposit required. No children or pets &apos;in this well managed building. ME. FOR RENT-- Bradford Gardner Apts., 43Central St., Village. One bedroom apar- Woodsville, NH. tel, 787-6280 truant, heated, with porch, or 787-6355. Edward C. Patten. Call 802-222-9342 before 9 AM 4tf-e andafterGPM. 2T--24--c FOR RENT-- 3 bedroom FOR RENT-- 3 Bedroom ranch. Fully carpeted. $350 per month. Bradford. llome wood heat -- wood & References, Two-car garage. electricity furnished. $300. a 8022225711 ' At nile, 802-222- month, 802439-5945. 2T--I- 4692 3t-- 1-28--c 28--p .......................................................... P& REAL ESTATE AGENCY_._ Ui,',' 'q-'p:.'d L 60:|-823-5505 I.'ranr.nia. %.11. tl': XI.T()R!i No 4171--.Groton, 10 acres bordering state forest !!< $3,900. No. 4222--Nice, 4 bedroom home on two lovely acres near Wells River. Living room and dining room, two ii fireplaces, hardwood floors throughout, garage $45,OOO.OO. No. 4276-- 105 acres, Wrights Mt, Road, Bradford, V'i, :::!:i $69,50o; a beautiful parcel of land, facing south and w(t, with good views; open and wooded, Owner may ilii finance. , F/u bug FAIRI,EE-- Apartment. 3 (continued frompage !) rooms plus bath. Gas kitchen stove. R.efrigerator. Rent plus l,ocal physicians have said utilities. Security deposit. 802- that a flu-like intestirml virus 333-4326. 2T--I-21-28--c teas been gning around and one ......................................... physician has treated many FAIRLEE MOBII.E IIOME-- adults and children for upper 2 bedrooms. Furnished. Rent respiratory illnesses and ear plus utilities. Security deposit, 802-333-4326. 2T--I-21-28----c FOR RENT-- l Bedroom apt. tteat included. Bradford. $225 per month. 802-222-4703. 4T--2-11c ' FOR RENT-- 2 Bedroom apt. tleat included. Bradford. $250 per month. 802-222-470: 4T--2-1 i--.c FOR RENT--Home. 3 bedrooms. E. Topsham, Vt. $200 per month. 802-222-4703. 4T--2- I I --c infections. Towards the end of last week attendance rolls were An)king a lot healthier, ac- cording to several of the schools. Attendance appears to have bounced right back, ()xhow's Mrs. Blake said. "l,et's hope the worst is ovet' she added. NEW SON A baby son, Colin Nevan, was horo I)(. 17 to Mr. and Mrs. Kevin B.ichard of Thetford at Mary llitchcock Memorial Ilospital. I II::[eI:l El J[i]- :b _ q NOTICE OF NEARING ON ALLOWANCE OF WILL STATE 0f VERMONT IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF OllveO. Roberts PROBATE COURT FOR TH[ DISTRICT 0E Bradford To the heirs at low and 011 persons interested kn the Estate of Olive D. Roberts. late of foirlee, in said District, deceased You ore notified that a written in- strument doted April 25, 1977, and purporting to be the Losl Will and Testament and o Codicil thereto doted May 3, 1980 of said deceased has been presented to the Probate Court for the District of Bradford by Dartmouth National Bank, through the Law Offices of Black & Plante, Inc., with a petition requesting Probate tilereof. The hearing thereon has been scheduled for the I1th doy of February, 1981 at 10:00 am. ot the Probate Court, Wells River, Vermont. Yau may appear then and there to show cause, if any you may hove, why the said instrument should not be allowed as the Last Wilt and Testament of the deceased. Doted this 31st day of December 1980 Is/ Renan Vigneou Sudge 1/t4-21-28 ;g) ua Z Z &| I BUSINESS DIRECTORY : u n t COMpO;/$TEREO R STEREO 1 Illr'r'rirrar TV , ...... QUALITY PRODUCTS g SERV-E N L  . ll@Jll PERRY's OIL SERVICE SELL ILlU I10 kl Patten's Sporting Goods Main St. Bradford. VL Ig No. Haverhill, N.H. Tel. 2224661 ple Appliance & TV Repeir Smice II g s ', e e * . e e o " PlltlNEER [ Husqvarna _-Norwich, Vt. ] SMALL MOTORS tCHAIN HOMELITE McC:ULLDCH RIVER BEND SHOP X-CountrySkiis..... Scopes UNS -'-- NEW USED ---- Trapping- Reloading- Back Packing "t 5 So. Newbury. Vt 802-866-592J 649.1125 [ RICHARDSON iNC. j BOB'$ INSURAHCE AGENCY, No. 4278Bath, N.H. on the Monroe Road. Com- fortable, 3-bedroom mobile home with addition and nice 2-car garage on t  acre. $11,200. No. 4283B10 acres. Peach,am, $5,000; frontage on all- year road: hard & soft woods: good for recreation. year-round home, or investment. Terms for seller. ( Many of our listings can be owner-financed ) Gibson quarry on Blue Mountain. . More granite quarries SAW CENTER of the Connecticut Valley (continuedfrompage4) industry was hastened, Quarry, and more recently *: the machinery, the towering however, by the discovery operated by Caledonia Sand SALES-SERVICE-PARTS .::i gr(ut piles (scrap stone), and that much of the stock and Gravel The eerrini Jonsereds-StihI-Partner-Husqvarna-Echo.Olympic the enormous "ghost quarried was unfit and had to Quarr in Nwbury was used quarries" themselves --with be discarded. Finally, it while building the local sac- R0bush & Laf0nt Log Splitters trees growing up here and became unprofitable to lion of Interstate 91, cam- there as Nature tries o heal continue operations and one plated as far as Boltonville in Skdder Chains & Cable thewounds, by one all of the quarries had 1974. Lawn and Garden Wheel Horse - Gilson - Hahn closed by the time of World In Fairlee. a granite I For all your insurance needs 222-4040 Ke ..... ' !hc' , -i-t,, or forgor t:t ,c hordSOn 222-4043 Dan Perry Main St. Bradford, Vt. iroR _ !Yellow uer. Call ' Other quarries War ll "' was operated for a quarry alme service all small engines ;; Bryce & Miriam Thomas Mister Glover's Groton Besides the quarries, short time by E. P Kendall, '"'" tells us: "When John and Groton had three stonesheds according to Robinson's --  - see ' as(of .... ltatcho eneda(uarry  , )n the sol urv o  REALTORSvL 05051 Farms-H0u s-Acr.age ," P' l' "t operati( ,present e sbeingiV r llistorv ,,f Fairlee. An Newbur/ n, 866 ca=00 ,,n ,he,,, farm in the southern at the lime the exampieo(hisFairleegranite I t/t/& r! of the town during the monument busl pa ' , 'ness of may be seen in Bradford at the III ' III I - '" Y ', " . corner by the library. earl 1890 s they begaa what tlosme Brothers ' .' '" ' I q a " have been Next week: Stonecutting domnnant but short hved used for recent ro ' - " adbuilding in Ryegate. mdustr '1 hree prmcEpal t hen $1 " Y" " f'the projec S. W Route 302 was Note: Thanks to Orman , NEWTON EQUIPMENT In O NO1 quarrieSstone mucnSUppliedot ,t comparanEe" crebuilt train 1963. crushed, rock Beaton, Judy Gandin, Gilbert _,4XC  "Snow, Turf, Wood" /'A/?, 4_ I  M ISTRICT OF 8! , ' . " ame m grout piles at a McClintock, and Ellsworth ,)P, - Main St. Fairlee, Vt. 05045 /i feceT:arrthe (:re,lott tn uaht to Barre gramte r m South R e ate r C tage in Vershtret Vermont available from ' q " 'Y . . "., quar y ' y g F ost for their help. We esed. on pened around 19 L0 by welcome any further in- 1 January - June 11. Lochld the Vershire-Strafford and used extensively zn o * (802 ) 333-9590 opposite Post Office Sowm, 8 Road In Smlth'Ve!nihir. Price: 1tli00.00 per month plus monumentaL' work , for Alexander Beaton. Jr., known formattonotions. iil/lllll/!/lUi===lmlql. ulllll ...........   derl Streel =SSachusetts utilities. Security $300.00. cemeteries. The decline of the later as the New Barre ?er. NN Limit of three peeple and may have a dog. ' 0' " ;! 4 rooms, 2 bedrtmms, 1 bath. I acre of land, lots of ji ktcudd privacY.Heat: gasand woodstove " r ,, Parker at .e,,,:;,, ' , ' . IPtors ov frompage Please feel free to call me 748-8644 I first public, Completely furnished. being underemphasized, just at the time (home) evenings and weekends, : or rite-'; ronal repre For moredetailsorloee, please call; when they should be a real priority in re- me at Box 22ff!ast St. Johnsbury, Vt. 05838, :- -, ,,_ , _-, , _ tess or to tl THE GARDNBR AGENCY directing policy in the state and the nation, or ,,) call Tuesday through Friday at The.- I aIn confident that the committee will be State Ih,use 828-2228. Leave a message and nel ._ ,i llllm ,.= .. .. ll _. ml ._ ml.m.--lllmlll t:dO 9te  Sho m * * * * N H.-VT active in f(K'using attention on these I'llcallback. " ].M. Landscaping issues. MAIM "Tml:l:T NORW'u """ tisti Raym rto , 0,,.. i 1"41 ............... "" * and S. Bu n " 'l";>:.j  Pro/cssional Landstape Design & Work ;- Icontinued frompage4) the Stratford County Probate Court, i Dare'flY'' Jr. -_I '; Oaraens, Lawns, Plammgs & Pruning : ++ Raymond S, Burton do solemnly and Raymond Cloutier of Goffstown for Justice i !qll . -- ml,,,- --imllul ml---llnml-- T: 4;:i sincerely swear and affirm that I will of the Hillsborough County Probate Court, t MASOHRY/CARPENTRY il i JIMMUSTY L603-272-5864 Mill faitlffu]ly and impartially discharge and and Leland Waterhouse of Center Ossipee . AR perform all the duties incumbent on me as for Fish & Game Commission for Carroll I Free [stinmtes, .4[ ! ,m-- '- ...... councilor according to the best of my County. The Council will not be able to vote  Call 439-6204 !! ,t .... abilities, agreeably to the rules and on the Waterhouse nomination until 30 i Bradford, Vt. ,,_I  ,s,:;,.':' regulations of this constitution and laws of days following the nomination according .e. r the State of New Hampshire. So help me to State law. Anyone having any thoughts  Fireplaces, chimneys, block foundations, brick  strict d llllll/"=""'ss'f N'4Oistrict, dec, God." on these nominations should contact all d.heo::hs_  o ,e'-no , WINN ASSOCIATES, REALTORS ' I  Stonework, decks, re-modeling and pointing. Gtdlen of Littleton deliqred his inaugural On Jan, ,9th arising at3 a.m.(with 20 :,1: t W AH U A' $ II I: b I n u m ,, 225 Main Street ,1 ' Following the swealTing in, Gay. Hugh members of the council. - _ t t t I Littleton, New Hamtmhire 0356 address which in my opinion loathed very degrees below zero i. Bath) I hopped a " I .... "Where Peole " 'ndt of arodfo t:fth Business (603) 444-7/81 'accurately and struck a good tone on some plane to Atlanta Georgia to attend the of the problems that our state will be National Kick-Off Campaign for the NH ;''' !- ortme.ts llae .--------0 -t- JIM & MARGARET ELLIOTT facing in the next few years. I also sensed Cancer Crusade. Others from NH at- ul f tin Woodsville, N.H. 03785 that Gov. Gallen is very interested in tending includedDanJonesofConway,  CLOUGH il seein that svecial interests do not play a Chairman of the Division Crusade Plan-  Rive,, vet i,t,orm.. m..vow.t,,;a,,e',Ar9(603)747-3485 large'role in NH Government I would nin Committee, Diane Jones New London 1 ELECT00000000n'r =-,,,,-.,-,. ------- .... ,. ....... ,o ......... ,: however, add an institution to the list that Cancer Chairman andCarol Dembeck of I UU" b|V|  ttd Gov Gallen spoke of up-grading and the State Cancer Crusade Office in  ' improving --and that would be the Home Manchester. I returned toNew Hampshire i" for the EJderly in (lencliff, NH. Following on Saturday, Jan. 10th. t -- - _- -- _ _ _ .. =B"-,-2/4. ,=...ti,,at J,,=. the addressthe Governor andCouncilheld The next Gay. and Council meeting is I -Bradford22 o, _eC. 10']" t : 1'4 ,,, i'-'-"' a reception in the Council Chambers for scheduled for.r January 28th at' tO a.m. !n I IAlt  S I$I1 #leat" about 2 hours, the Council nambers in t=oneord. [ woula A short meeting of the new council was be honored to have any people in at- ;%': i " i 35 Main Street AU.OwI called to order by Gay. Gallen. Several tendance from the aisict. I Montlbailo  " tdbinl A. Ltold ' housingkeeping" items were approved If anyone would like to receive a copy of ,i Women & Chddre, We s R,ver, Vermont . , 01 Wooddllet NH 037"dl   and the following nominations were made my district questionnaire that I have been Foot So Port (802) 757-2283 Men s State Board of Professional Foresters, council affairs and future items that might  D . Sc .._.,/) . King tread PA}3-747-2000 , , 603-747-3372 by Gov. Gallen -- Richard Kinder for the circulating to gain citizen input into the ' r hall /J /\\; '\\; \\; Herman Mdler List No. |8][--' COZy for Two ' modern 4 ranch on one- John Middleton for Judicial Council, F. be coming before us, please give me a call i ' . '1" Dunhom c Ece f th New (603) 747 3662 or wrEte to me RP D No 1 third acre + or -. 2 bedrooms, kitchen has plenty of Graham M 'Swiney for Just' o e , _ . . ', 'umping Jacks   " .... __ cabinets -- comes with refrigerator & stove. Wall to London District Court, Gary R. Woodsville, NH03785. i  - - -_- _ _ _ - !$91gl wall carpeting throughout. Tool shed included, IN Cassavechia of Rochester for Justice of _ TOWN LOCATION -- would be ideal for retired couple. Relax in the living room and enjoy the pretty mountain views over the Conn. valley. A real value at $32,500. 29 " Oxbow budget n--. ,--,,, per cent down, balance will be owner financed to (continued frompage I) for communications RICHARDSON ASSOCIATE5 qualified buyer, scheduled should be in the (telephone):and$4.3forthe [ N C O R P O R N T E D Man is hurt snowmobiling BRADFORD--Robert T. Terrell, 20. was injured the evening of Jan, 15 when his , Bradford V'dlage snowmobile struck the gate leading to the Bradford tcontinuedfrompagei) Country Club, and no authority to arrest?" Terrell as operating the Kidder mentioned village snowmobile with several inquiry intothe possibility of a companions when the accident state police substation. The occurred, tte was thrown from state made no reply. the vehicle when it struck the Garone mentioned that an chain gate at l0:50 p.m. option not outiinod in the Terrell sustained possible report is preferred by the neck and back injuries, trustees at this time. They Bradford FAST Squa d have negotiated with the responded and he was taken to current police chief, Ma Hitchcock Hospital in Remembrance Martin, for a Hanover. reduced number of hours immediate area to avoid officeof vocationaldirector. extensive travel.'" Also approved were $2,376 for psychological services; $4,500 for improvement of instructional services: $5,000 weekly at a reduced salary. The motion "to raise the sum of $14,6t5. to defray public safety expenses" was amended to include the words, "to employ a patrolman "' The motion was again amended "to add $1500 for grass burning and hydrants, thereby bringing the total to $16,115 "" The meeting passed the molimis amended. HOSMER BROS. KernEit W. Richardson Anita S. %%'. (;ilbert Cole Dale M. Miles Ph Main Street, Bradford, Vermont 802-222-4043 GARAGE DOOR Repairs & Installation A Specialty SWEET SERVICE Bradford, Vt. 95033 Tel. (802) 222-4584 Quality Products Available. N( Pro last No. ]9-RANCH--90 per cent completed -- 2 year old ranch home has 6 rooms, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths. Lots of kitchen cabinets, double stainless steel sink. break- fast counter. Hot water baseboard heat -- full basement. Open 2 acres with nice mountain views Offered at $49,000, List No. Z00--"Haven for two" -- perched on a hill, this cute Ward log home is perfect for weekend skiing, summer swimming or year round retirement. 2 bedrooms, 1 bath -- 12' x 20' kitchen L-R combination. Screened in front .,ich -- gas heat. Beautiful moun- tain range views. 24 heated pool. 8 miles to town -- all this for a low $25,10. List No. 17-41.L al't.:.Of wooded land in a nice peaceful area -- in small miixtivision. Approved by NH water supply and pollution control commission. About 6 miles from town, on gravel road. Offered at $8,500. PAUL MAYIrl, Puliate IIBIll Home: TSl.ll'/t !11 GEORGE ROGER& Amdate Home: 741-11al Page 10-The Journal Opinion-January 28, 1981 R:00SVAT RalE00]mmm .m/E00m0000alp NORTHEN FLORIDA-- 2 AVAIl,ABLE FOR IM- wooded acres in rich MEI)iATE occupancy. A one agricultural area of and a two bedroom apart- Panhandle. High, dry, land. ment. Both with bath, wall to $4300 Monthly payments of wall carpeting, Kitchen ap- only $59.14 through owner with pliances. Heat, lights, hot $300 down. Call owner 1-603- water, gas, and rubbish 889-8254. 4T2-18--p removal included in rent. Security deposit required. No children or pets 'in this well managed building. ME. FOR RENT-- Bradford Gardner Apts., 43Central St., Village. One bedroom apar- Woodsville, NH. tel, 787-6280 truant, heated, with porch, or 787-6355. Edward C. Patten. Call 802-222-9342 before 9 AM 4tf-e andafterGPM. 2T--24--c FOR RENT-- 3 bedroom FOR RENT-- 3 Bedroom ranch. Fully carpeted. $350 per month. Bradford. llome wood heat -- wood & References, Two-car garage. electricity furnished. $300. a 8022225711 ' At nile, 802-222- month, 802439-5945. 2T--I- 4692 3t-- 1-28--c 28--p .......................................................... P& REAL ESTATE AGENCY_._ Ui,',' 'q-'p:.'d L 60:|-823-5505 I.'ranr.nia. %.11. tl': XI.T()R!i No 4171--.Groton, 10 acres bordering state forest !!< $3,900. No. 4222--Nice, 4 bedroom home on two lovely acres near Wells River. Living room and dining room, two ii fireplaces, hardwood floors throughout, garage $45,OOO.OO. No. 4276-- 105 acres, Wrights Mt, Road, Bradford, V'i, :::!:i $69,50o; a beautiful parcel of land, facing south and w(t, with good views; open and wooded, Owner may ilii finance. , F/u bug FAIRI,EE-- Apartment. 3 (continued frompage !) rooms plus bath. Gas kitchen stove. R.efrigerator. Rent plus l,ocal physicians have said utilities. Security deposit. 802- that a flu-like intestirml virus 333-4326. 2T--I-21-28--c teas been gning around and one ......................................... physician has treated many FAIRLEE MOBII.E IIOME-- adults and children for upper 2 bedrooms. Furnished. Rent respiratory illnesses and ear plus utilities. Security deposit, 802-333-4326. 2T--I-21-28----c FOR RENT-- l Bedroom apt. tteat included. Bradford. $225 per month. 802-222-4703. 4T--2-11c ' FOR RENT-- 2 Bedroom apt. tleat included. Bradford. $250 per month. 802-222-470: 4T--2-1 i--.c FOR RENT--Home. 3 bedrooms. E. Topsham, Vt. $200 per month. 802-222-4703. 4T--2- I I --c infections. Towards the end of last week attendance rolls were An)king a lot healthier, ac- cording to several of the schools. Attendance appears to have bounced right back, ()xhow's Mrs. Blake said. "l,et's hope the worst is ovet' she added. NEW SON A baby son, Colin Nevan, was horo I)(. 17 to Mr. and Mrs. Kevin B.ichard of Thetford at Mary llitchcock Memorial Ilospital. I II::[eI:l El J[i]- :b _ q NOTICE OF NEARING ON ALLOWANCE OF WILL STATE 0f VERMONT IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF OllveO. Roberts PROBATE COURT FOR TH[ DISTRICT 0E Bradford To the heirs at low and 011 persons interested kn the Estate of Olive D. Roberts. late of foirlee, in said District, deceased You ore notified that a written in- strument doted April 25, 1977, and purporting to be the Losl Will and Testament and o Codicil thereto doted May 3, 1980 of said deceased has been presented to the Probate Court for the District of Bradford by Dartmouth National Bank, through the Law Offices of Black & Plante, Inc., with a petition requesting Probate tilereof. The hearing thereon has been scheduled for the I1th doy of February, 1981 at 10:00 am. ot the Probate Court, Wells River, Vermont. Yau may appear then and there to show cause, if any you may hove, why the said instrument should not be allowed as the Last Wilt and Testament of the deceased. Doted this 31st day of December 1980 Is/ Renan Vigneou Sudge 1/t4-21-28 ;g) ua Z Z &| I BUSINESS DIRECTORY : u n t COMpO;/$TEREO R STEREO 1 Illr'r'rirrar TV , ...... QUALITY PRODUCTS g SERV-E N L  . ll@Jll PERRY's OIL SERVICE SELL ILlU I10 kl Patten's Sporting Goods Main St. Bradford. VL Ig No. Haverhill, N.H. Tel. 2224661 ple Appliance & TV Repeir Smice II g s ', e e * . e e o " PlltlNEER [ Husqvarna _-Norwich, Vt. ] SMALL MOTORS tCHAIN HOMELITE McC:ULLDCH RIVER BEND SHOP X-CountrySkiis..... Scopes UNS -'-- NEW USED ---- Trapping- Reloading- Back Packing "t 5 So. Newbury. Vt 802-866-592J 649.1125 [ RICHARDSON iNC. j BOB'$ INSURAHCE AGENCY, No. 4278Bath, N.H. on the Monroe Road. Com- fortable, 3-bedroom mobile home with addition and nice 2-car garage on t  acre. $11,200. No. 4283B10 acres. Peach,am, $5,000; frontage on all- year road: hard & soft woods: good for recreation. year-round home, or investment. Terms for seller. ( Many of our listings can be owner-financed ) Gibson quarry on Blue Mountain. . More granite quarries SAW CENTER of the Connecticut Valley (continuedfrompage4) industry was hastened, Quarry, and more recently *: the machinery, the towering however, by the discovery operated by Caledonia Sand SALES-SERVICE-PARTS .::i gr(ut piles (scrap stone), and that much of the stock and Gravel The eerrini Jonsereds-StihI-Partner-Husqvarna-Echo.Olympic the enormous "ghost quarried was unfit and had to Quarr in Nwbury was used quarries" themselves --with be discarded. Finally, it while building the local sac- R0bush & Laf0nt Log Splitters trees growing up here and became unprofitable to lion of Interstate 91, cam- there as Nature tries o heal continue operations and one plated as far as Boltonville in Skdder Chains & Cable thewounds, by one all of the quarries had 1974. Lawn and Garden Wheel Horse - Gilson - Hahn closed by the time of World In Fairlee. a granite I For all your insurance needs 222-4040 Ke ..... ' !hc' , -i-t,, or forgor t:t ,c hordSOn 222-4043 Dan Perry Main St. Bradford, Vt. iroR _ !Yellow uer. Call ' Other quarries War ll "' was operated for a quarry alme service all small engines ;; Bryce & Miriam Thomas Mister Glover's Groton Besides the quarries, short time by E. P Kendall, '"'" tells us: "When John and Groton had three stonesheds according to Robinson's --  - see ' as(of .... ltatcho eneda(uarry  , )n the sol urv o  REALTORSvL 05051 Farms-H0u s-Acr.age ," P' l' "t operati( ,present e sbeingiV r llistorv ,,f Fairlee. An Newbur/ n, 866 ca=00 ,,n ,he,,, farm in the southern at the lime the exampieo(hisFairleegranite I t/t/& r! of the town during the monument busl pa ' ,'ness of may be seen in Bradford at the III ' III I - '" Y ', " . corner by the library. earl 1890 s they begaa what tlosme Brothers ' .' '" ' I q a " have been Next week: Stonecutting domnnant but short hved used for recent ro ' - " adbuilding in Ryegate. mdustr '1 hree prmcEpal t hen $1 " Y" " f'the projec S. W Route 302 was Note: Thanks to Orman , NEWTON EQUIPMENT In O NO1 quarrieSstone mucnSUppliedot ,t comparanEe" crebuilt train 1963. crushed, rock Beaton, Judy Gandin, Gilbert _,4XC  "Snow, Turf, Wood" /'A/?, 4_ I  M ISTRICT OF 8! , ' . " ame m grout piles at a McClintock, and Ellsworth ,)P, - Main St. Fairlee, Vt. 05045 /i feceT:arrthe (:re,lott tn uaht to Barre gramte r m South R e ate r C tage in Vershtret Vermont available from ' q " 'Y . . "., quar y ' y g F ost for their help. We esed. on pened around 19 L0 by welcome any further in- 1 January - June 11. Lochld the Vershire-Strafford and used extensively zn o * (802 ) 333-9590 opposite Post Office Sowm, 8 Road In Smlth'Ve!nihir. Price: 1tli00.00 per month plus monumentaL' work , for Alexander Beaton. Jr., known formattonotions. iil/lllll/!/lUi===lmlql. ulllll ...........   derl Streel =SSachusetts utilities. Security $300.00. cemeteries. The decline of the later as the New Barre ?er. NN Limit of three peeple and may have a dog. ' 0' " ;! 4 rooms, 2 bedrtmms, 1 bath. I acre of land, lots of ji ktcudd privacY.Heat: gasand woodstove " r ,, Parker at .e,,,:;,, ' , ' . IPtors ov frompage Please feel free to call me 748-8644 I first public, Completely furnished. being underemphasized, just at the time (home) evenings and weekends, : or rite-'; ronal repre For moredetailsorloee, please call; when they should be a real priority in re- me at Box 22ff!ast St. Johnsbury, Vt. 05838, :- -, ,,_ , _-, , _ tess or to tl THE GARDNBR AGENCY directing policy in the state and the nation, or ,,) call Tuesday through Friday at The.- I aIn confident that the committee will be State Ih,use 828-2228. Leave a message and nel ._ ,i llllm ,.= .. .. ll _. ml ._ ml.m.--lllmlll t:dO 9te  Sho m * * * * N H.-VT active in f(K'using attention on these I'llcallback. " ].M. Landscaping issues. MAIM "Tml:l:T NORW'u """ tisti Raym rto , 0,,.. i 1"41 ............... "" * and S. Bu n " 'l";>:.j  Pro/cssional Landstape Design & Work ;- Icontinued frompage4) the Stratford County Probate Court, i Dare'flY'' Jr. -_I '; Oaraens, Lawns, Plammgs & Pruning : ++ Raymond S, Burton do solemnly and Raymond Cloutier of Goffstown for Justice i !qll . -- ml,,,- --imllul ml---llnml-- T: 4;:i sincerely swear and affirm that I will of the Hillsborough County Probate Court, t MASOHRY/CARPENTRY il i JIMMUSTY L603-272-5864 Mill faitlffu]ly and impartially discharge and and Leland Waterhouse of Center Ossipee . AR perform all the duties incumbent on me as for Fish & Game Commission for Carroll I Free [stinmtes, .4[ ! ,m-- '- ...... councilor according to the best of my County. The Council will not be able to vote  Call 439-6204 !! ,t .... abilities, agreeably to the rules and on the Waterhouse nomination until 30 i Bradford, Vt. ,,_I  ,s,:;,.':' regulations of this constitution and laws of days following the nomination according .e. r the State of New Hampshire. So help me to State law. Anyone having any thoughts  Fireplaces, chimneys, block foundations, brick  strict d llllll/"=""'ss'f N'4Oistrict, dec, God." on these nominations should contact all d.heo::hs_  o ,e'-no , WINN ASSOCIATES, REALTORS ' I  Stonework, decks, re-modeling and pointing. Gtdlen of Littleton deliqred his inaugural On Jan, ,9th arising at3 a.m.(with 20 :,1: t W AH U A' $ II I: b I n u m ,, 225 Main Street ,1 ' Following the swealTing in, Gay. Hugh members of the council. - _ t t t I Littleton, New Hamtmhire 0356 address which in my opinion loathed very degrees below zero i. Bath) I hopped a " I .... "Where Peole " 'ndt of arodfo t:fth Business (603) 444-7/81 'accurately and struck a good tone on some plane to Atlanta Georgia to attend the of the problems that our state will be National Kick-Off Campaign for the NH ;''' !- ortme.ts llae .--------0 -t- JIM & MARGARET ELLIOTT facing in the next few years. I also sensed Cancer Crusade. Others from NH at- ul f tin Woodsville, N.H. 03785 that Gov. Gallen is very interested in tending includedDanJonesofConway,  CLOUGH il seein that svecial interests do not play a Chairman of the Division Crusade Plan-  Rive,, vet i,t,orm.. m..vow.t,,;a,,e',Ar9(603)747-3485 large'role in NH Government I would nin Committee, Diane Jones New London 1 ELECT00000000n'r =-,,,,-.,-,. ------- .... ,. ....... ,o ......... ,: however, add an institution to the list that Cancer Chairman andCarol Dembeck of I UU" b|V|  ttd Gov Gallen spoke of up-grading and the State Cancer Crusade Office in  ' improving --and that would be the Home Manchester. I returned toNew Hampshire i" for the EJderly in (lencliff, NH. Following on Saturday, Jan. 10th. t -- - _- -- _ _ _ .. =B"-,-2/4. ,=...ti,,at J,,=. the addressthe Governor andCouncilheld The next Gay. and Council meeting is I -Bradford22 o, _eC. 10']" t : 1'4 ,,, i'-'-"' a reception in the Council Chambers for scheduled for.r January 28th at' tO a.m. !n I IAlt  S I$I1 #leat" about 2 hours, the Council nambers in t=oneord. [ woula A short meeting of the new council was be honored to have any people in at- ;%': i " i 35 Main Street AU.OwI called to order by Gay. Gallen. Several tendance from the aisict. I Montlbailo  " tdbinl A. Ltold ' housingkeeping" items were approved If anyone would like to receive a copy of ,i Women & Chddre, We s R,ver, Vermont . , 01 Wooddllet NH 037"dl   and the following nominations were made my district questionnaire that I have been Foot So Port (802) 757-2283 Men s State Board of Professional Foresters, council affairs and future items that might  D . Sc .._.,/) . King tread PA}3-747-2000 , , 603-747-3372 by Gov. Gallen -- Richard Kinder for the circulating to gain citizen input into the ' r hall /J /\\; '\\; \\; Herman Mdler List No. |8][--' COZy for Two ' modern 4 ranch on one- John Middleton for Judicial Council, F. be coming before us, please give me a call i ' . '1" Dunhom c Ece f th New (603) 747 3662 or wrEte to me RP D No 1 third acre + or -. 2 bedrooms, kitchen has plenty of Graham M 'Swiney for Just' o e , _ . . ', 'umping Jacks   " .... __ cabinets -- comes with refrigerator & stove. Wall to London District Court, Gary R. Woodsville, NH03785. i  - - -_- _ _ _ - !$91gl wall carpeting throughout. Tool shed included, IN Cassavechia of Rochester for Justice of _ TOWN LOCATION -- would be ideal for retired couple. Relax in the living room and enjoy the pretty mountain views over the Conn. valley. A real value at $32,500. 29 " Oxbow budget n--. ,--,,, per cent down, balance will be owner financed to (continued frompage I) for communications RICHARDSON ASSOCIATE5 qualified buyer, scheduled should be in the (telephone):and$4.3forthe [ N C O R P O R N T E D Man is hurt snowmobiling BRADFORD--Robert T. Terrell, 20. was injured the evening of Jan, 15 when his , Bradford V'dlage snowmobile struck the gate leading to the Bradford tcontinuedfrompagei) Country Club, and no authority to arrest?" Terrell as operating the Kidder mentioned village snowmobile with several inquiry intothe possibility of a companions when the accident state police substation. The occurred, tte was thrown from state made no reply. the vehicle when it struck the Garone mentioned that an chain gate at l0:50 p.m. option not outiinod in the Terrell sustained possible report is preferred by the neck and back injuries, trustees at this time. They Bradford FAST Squa d have negotiated with the responded and he was taken to current police chief, Ma Hitchcock Hospital in Remembrance Martin, for a Hanover. reduced number of hours immediate area to avoid officeof vocationaldirector. extensive travel.'" Also approved were $2,376 for psychological services; $4,500 for improvement of instructional services: $5,000 weekly at a reduced salary. The motion "to raise the sum of $14,6t5. to defray public safety expenses" was amended to include the words, "to employ a patrolman "' The motion was again amended "to add $1500 for grass burning and hydrants, thereby bringing the total to $16,115 "" The meeting passed the molimis amended. HOSMER BROS. KernEit W. Richardson Anita S. %%'. (;ilbert Cole Dale M. Miles Ph Main Street, Bradford, Vermont 802-222-4043 GARAGE DOOR Repairs & Installation A Specialty SWEET SERVICE Bradford, Vt. 95033 Tel. (802) 222-4584 Quality Products Available. N( Pro last No. ]9-RANCH--90 per cent completed -- 2 year old ranch home has 6 rooms, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths. Lots of kitchen cabinets, double stainless steel sink. break- fast counter. Hot water baseboard heat -- full basement. Open 2 acres with nice mountain views Offered at $49,000, List No. Z00--"Haven for two" -- perched on a hill, this cute Ward log home is perfect for weekend skiing, summer swimming or year round retirement. 2 bedrooms, 1 bath -- 12' x 20' kitchen L-R combination. Screened in front .,ich -- gas heat. Beautiful moun- tain range views. 24 heated pool. 8 miles to town -- all this for a low $25,10. List No. 17-41.L al't.:.Of wooded land in a nice peaceful area -- in small miixtivision. Approved by NH water supply and pollution control commission. About 6 miles from town, on gravel road. Offered at $8,500. PAUL MAYIrl, Puliate IIBIll Home: TSl.ll'/t !11 GEORGE ROGER& Amdate Home: 741-11al