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January 28, 1981-The Journal Opinion-Page 11 FOR SALE Card Shower Dr. J. F. Keating is celebrating his 85th bir- thday on February 5, 1981. All his friends and neighbors are invited to shower him with cards on this special day. He will be remembered for the many years of service in the Bradford area. His loving wife, Ruth Keating Box 129 East Corinth. Vt. O5O40 Card of Thanks Many thanks to all our friends and neighbors who gave their love, support and prayers during Kathie's seven week stay and major surgery at Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital. The out- pouring of friendship was overwhelming and we'll never forget it. God bless you all. Kathie, Chuck and Kellie Collier PUBI.IC NOTICE Card of Thanks WANTED'--" Niles Southworth of Hanover Terrace Health- care, wishes to thank his friends of the West Fairlee Ladies Aide and the West Fairlee Village Improvement Club, as well as the West Fairlee Center Community Club for the gifts received at Christmas time. Niles Southworth PI  NOTICE DATSUN 510 Station Good condition. Call evenings 802- 4T2-4---c ;e!Io R SALE--C J5 Jeep, W, New top. New paint. w Plow. Asking 5 OO0 or best 802"222-9327. 4T--2- o" ,00eaFs0000r 'ate o' J::n,, / l' :[t'/zll i [o]11 Eat,. STATE OF VERMONT ORANGE SUPERIOR COURT ORANGE COUNTY, ss. Civil Action Oocket No. S 2-81 Oe d MARCELLA G. BISHOP, Plaintiff VS JAMES G. BISHOP, Defendant suMMoNs AND ORDER FOR PUBLICATION To the above-named Defendant: You are hereby summoned and required to serve upon John Morale, Esq., plaintiff% attorney, whose address is 2B Main Street, Wells River, Vermont 0S081, an answer to plaintiff's complaint in the above-entitled action within 41 days after the dote of the first publication of this summons, which is Februorv 25, 1981. If you fail to do so, judgment by default will be taker against you for the relief demanded in the com- plaint. Your answer must also be filed with the court. Unless the relief demanded in; the complaint is for damage covered by a liability insurance po!icy under, whi.ch the insurer has the rigm or omlgoTmn ro conduct the defense, or unless otherwise provided in Rule 13{0), your answer must CB POWER PACKS-- 2 available. Only $12.50 each. (:all 802-222-4032. tf-nc PAY MASTER--Checkw:ritcr, Only $(;5. Call 802-222-4032. tf- IIC t NOTICE Of NEARING ON ALLOWANCE Of WILL SlrME Of VERRIONT IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Ed,wd S. Cobb PROBATE COURT FOR THE OtSTRICT OF Rradferd To the heirs at low and oil persons interested in the Estate of Edward S. Cobb, late of Foidee, in said Oistrict, deceased: You ore notified that a written in- strument dated May 7, 1968, and per- porting to be the Last Will and Testament of said deceased has been presented to the Probate Court for the Oistrict of Bradford by Edward S. Cobb, Jr. through his at- torneys Otterman & Allen, with a petition requesting Probate thereof. The hearing thereon has been scheduled for the 23rd day of February, 1981 at 11:30 a.m. at the Probate Court, Wells River, Vermont You may appear then and there to shaw cause, if any you may have, why the said instrument should not be allowed as the Lost Will and Testament of the deceased. Doted this 21 st day of January, 1981. /sl Rena N Vigneau JlRe 1/28-2/4-11 VERMONT STATE POLICE and Vermont Fish & Game TOLL-FREE NUMBERS Bradford 222-4680 Fairlee 333-9414 Wells River 757-2552 Proposed Use Hearing Revenue Sharing On February 12, 1981, at 4:00 p.m., Town Hall, the Board of Selectmen will hold a Revenue Sharing Proposed Use Hearing. All citizens (especially senior citizens) are invited to attend and provide the Board of Selectmen with written and oral comments on possible uses for $20,6000 of unappropriated Revenue Sharing Funds in the town's Revenue Sharing Trust Fund. Notice to the Residents of the Town of HaverhillrN.H. As a result of the vote of the town on November 4, 1980, pursuant to RSA 466:30-B, the "Dog Control Law" -- RSA 466:30-A will be enforced in the town effective JANUARY 30, 1981 > This statute makes it "unlawful for an owner of any dog, licensed or unlicensed, to allow said dog to run at large, except when accompanied by the owner or custodian, and when used for Tax Jl Ill I Ill FINANCIAL SERVICES Planning And Record Keeping for Prompt Personal Service CALL WILLIAM K. ARPS 802-429-2365 Developemental Disabilities Vocational Specialist Innovative person to develop and coordinate a vocational program for DD adults in rural central Vermont. Person should be skilled in direct vocational training, understanding of business aspects of programs, and have gran- tsmanship potential. Masters level with at least two years experience, or will consider B.A. with five years experience. Please send resume or contact: David Jensen, DD Director, Box 278, Bradford, Vermont 0,5033 or call 802-222-4706 or 4707. WANTED-- Cash paid for photographs or movi.ng pic- tures of the serious skn jum- ping accident that occurred at theInternational Ski Jumping Meet that was held at Berlin, New Hampshire, on February 27, 1977. Please call Mrs. Moore "collect", Manchester 669-2211, 8:30 A. M. to 5:00 P. M. WANTED-- Used or old decoys, old books on hunting and fishing. Write Box 454. Bradford, Vt. 05033. tf--nc ANTIQUES OF ALL KINpS 1e Antique Touch Ed & Lynda Kulikowski l Route 5 (Lower  | i i. ,rad,ot'd00 [ I z.2z2-4so7  I | Residence:  | I(OOFING--T.A. KURAi/F ('O. All lypes )t' roofing and l'epairs. :,;la[ c slailfless seams, copper set|hi a]tlnlillUln. 14 years in lira business. ('all 802- 1(;6 5547. I.ow t'rices! Work by t 1 2'_!Y'Yq:, ! 5'2!]]. r ) c) :_S '_r :2_:L ,&l, BUII, I)ERS--The reluodeling Pros. Also repairs Lind new cons|ruc| ion. Over 25 years experience. ('all 802-685- .1557 for it free (,stimate. st--3- 00CLASSIFIEDS00 PRIOR SERVICEMEN join the New Hampshire Army National Guard on a part-time basis under the Try One Program! Any prior ser- vicemen who have been honorably discharged from any branch of the military may be eligible to join[be National Guard at their fbr- mer rank, even if they have been out for 20 years. You will earn between $76.OO and $150.00 for one weekend a month. If you would like a little change in your life from your present job, and a lot of change in your pocket, call SSG David Wright, in Woodsville, 747-3431 Mon.- Fri., 8 to 4:30 p.m. The Guard is New tlampshire at its best! 8T--2-25C IllGH SCllOOI, JUNIORS AND SENIORS-- The New tlampshire Army National Guard in Woodsville, NH has some great news ! You may be eligible to enlist in the Guard for a part-time job under the all new Split-Training Option. Choose a career that offers education, advancement, advance training, good pay and benefits -- PLUS a $1500 cash bonus or up to $4000 in Educational Assistance. Stop by the Woodsville Armory on )uth Court Street and see SSG David Wright or CALL 603-747-3431, Mon.-Fri., 8-4:30 p.m. The Guard is New Hampshire at its Best! 8T--2- 25--C A N SW E R T() WIle KNOWS 'l, violel. RESTAURANT LIQUIDATION SALE Items sold individually or grouped. Victor 515 Cash Register, llohart Commercial Dishwasher, Kelvinator 31000 BTU Air Conditioner, 8 Ft. Refrigeration Case, Upright Freezer, 3 SALE state as a coun,erdom any reated claim hunting, herding, supervised by competition and Reirigerators, 25 Brever Chairs, 6 Butcherbiock i Shawmut B L which you may hove against the plaintiff, ll " reral Stree"n of Bacon, H.A,, One or you wdl thereafter be barred from I exhibition or training for such. Tables, 7 Handmade Bar Stools, Coffee Grinder, SSachusatts"wj..t Floor Boston, moki'na such cloim in ony other action. Any dog found at large in violation of the above WOOD SPLITTER-- New 2 ft. Bunn-O-Matic Coffee Maker, Espresso Machine, 1OVer, N:N .."].(e J. Fort, ellotiff's action is a complaint for Robush. $1250, Reason for f. of ,divorce brought by eta lntiff ogoinst statute will be impounded in accordance with the tlobart Meat Slicer, Paper Goods, Glassware, selling, moving. Call 802-429- I defer, b whkh etm, ,fleges that above statute. Flatware and much more... I wl;: has flv sepata d aport from 1 2'162. 4t--2-4c l ; : far matt than six onsecutive .O lh sd that resurtlon of marital , ts ,o, ,,;o,t prble. AI WlnthropW. Klark TRACTOR--Massey- CASH OR CERTIFIED HECK c :, int is on file and may be Furguson 65 diesel, $3800. ?ffic* of the clerk of this I Richard G. Kinder urmle superior ess or to the Reglster of the Probate Verm;n, Cauct. Clsao John Fullerton With chains, $4100. Reason for * INFORMATIONi 802-439-5497 ere at Wells River, Vermont, or said It 05 eorin - : 41 selling, moving. Call 802-429- wll be forever barred. "i  ' pp. 9 rom the affidavit o y HAVERHILL BOARD OF SELECTMEN 2162. 4t2-4--c ,,ea ,. ,,e aoov,.,.,it,. =,,on , PARADISE CAFE i .,:;"Dated at Bradford th s 7th day o service cannot De" mane" with due "dill enchat Complaints should be referred to: uory, 1981 g el Richard Hall BOAT AND TRAil.ER-- 14 ft. by any of the methods prescribed n MAIN STe/BRADFORD,VT. V.R.C.P. 4(d) through If) inclusive, it is DogOfficer aluminum, $200. Reason for hereby ORDERED that service of the above selling, moving. Call 802-4TJ- process shall be mode upon the defendant Telephone 989-5817 James G. Bishop, by publication pursuant 2162. 4t--2-4---c to V.R.C.P. 4(g). This order shall be published once o week for three con- AUCTIONS secutive weeks on January 15, 1981, January 22, 1981 and January 29, 1981 in the Jowrnal Oploto o newspaper of general circulation in Orange County, and o copy of this order shall be mailed to the defendant, James G. Bishop, if his address is known. Dated at Chelsea, Vermont, this Sth day of January, 1981. Alden T. Bryan Burton W, Spooner Jackson T. Webb Judge= of Orunge Svperler Cirri 3T-1114-21-28 Statement of Nendllarimklitlee Topsham Telephone Company has filed with the Federal Government o Compliance Assurance in which it assures the R.E.A that it will comply fully with ol requirements of Title VI of the Civil Rights At1 of 1984 and the Rules and Regulations of the Deportment of Agriculture issued thereunder, to the end that no person in WARNING Annual Meetinl Union High School District NO. 30 The legal voters of Union I-figh School District No. 30 are hereby notified and warned to meet at Oxbow High School Auditorium in Bradford, Vermont in said District on Tuesday, February 24, 1981, at eight o'clock in the evening to act [ article to wit: ARTICLE 1. To elect a Moderator, Clerk, Treasurer for the year ensuing, and one Auditor for a term of three years and 'to fill all other offices which may then be vacant. ARTICLE Z. To hear and act upon the report of the officers and directors of the District for the fiscal year, July 1, 1980-June 30, 1981. AIRT|OLE 3. TO determine what compensation shall be paid to the Directors of the District for the ensuing fiscal year. ARTICLE 4. To see what sum of money will be raised for the expenses of the District during the fiscal year beginning July 1, 1981 and ending June 30, 1982. ARTICLE 5. To see if the District will authorize and empower the Board of Directors to borrow money in the name of the District for expenses in anticipation of income to be received from the member Districts and to give a note or notes in the District's name to secure payment thereof. ARTICLE 6. To transact any other business which may legally come before said meeting. The Board will present information about replacement of the School roofs. Eris M. Eastman, Clerk Aroline Putnam, Chairman of the Board of School Directors Recorded before posting this 23rd day of January, 1981. Eris M. Eastman, Clerk Union High School District No..i} FREEZER--Chest type, Call 603-795-2064. 4t--2-4--c LAWNMOWER 20" Murray. Used only twice. $65. Call 802-222-4032. TF-NC 1974 POLARIS TX-440 Excellent condition, low mileage. $500. Tel. 802-222- 4535. 4T2-4-- COFFEE TABLE-- Add to the decor of any room. $15. Call 802-222-4032. If-no AKC Registered Brittiney Spaniels. Excellent hunting si(.k. Great house dog. 8o2- 222-4529, 4T--I-2 )[) _ ....... W. NEWBURY. VT.-- [972 New Moon mobile Home. 12 It. x 70 ft. 3 bdrms, on 15 acres plus or minus with brook. Two (plus or minus acres open and balance wooded. Set up for wood-oil heat. $15.500 Call 802-429-2162. 4t--2-4c MOBILE liOMES--We've got a home to fit your pocketbook. Luxurious new Windors and llarrisons, as well as 50 used homes, all sizes and prices. Alsd choice lots available. Milch's Mobile itomes. Rt. 10. Woodsville. Nit. 03785. 603- 747-3376. 4T--2-18-- $13,995. 3 bedr TITAN 70x14 ( 1981  all furnished, delivered and set up or $2,100 down and invest $203 for 144 months. Remember a home is your best investment, cause it appreciates, and the payments you make will be with inflated dollars, so you gain both ways. APR 17 per cent Note $29.232. Closed Wed. Open Sunday, Citation Mobile ttome Liquidators, Rt. t2 Charlestown. NH. IT--1- 28--- DON'T PAY $19.006 for a NEW fully furnished 14 wide 2 bedroom,, when you can buy one at Fairlane for $9.995. and we delivered and set up free. or $1.5/ down and only $147 for 144 months, including insurance Closed Wed. Open Sundays. Fairlane Mobile tlome Discounters. RL 3 Triton. NH. IT--I-28---c =. I I - AUCTION - At the Norman Whitehill Farm, South Ryegate, Vt. Watch for Auction signs between Groton and South Ryegate, Vt., off Rt. 302. TIIURSDAY 12:30 P.M.IJANUARY 29, 1981 72 HEAD HOLSTEINS Consisting of: 9 springers, 10 fresh, 8 fresh this fall and just bred back. Balance of cows in all stages of lactation. l0 open heifers, 20 started calves; heifers and calves vaccinated; cattle all TB and blood tested; checked for pregnancy and shipping fever shots before time of sale. 8 of these cows are registered. MILKING EQUIPMENT 4 DeLaval Magnetic Milkers, DeLaval Magnetic System, Electric dumping station. (2) bales baler twine, Universal 37 C FM Vacuum pump. OWNER: NORMAN WHITEHILL e AUCTION ERRS: C.W. GRAY & SONS, Inc. East Thetford, Vt. 785-4348 or 785-2161 R. & D. LUSSIER. Lyndonville, VL. 626-5448 I AUCTION Ilaving purchased the farm, stock & tools of Jane & I,ance Williams, we will sell at the farm. located in, South R;ndolph, Vt. 3 miles south of East Randolph on Route 14. Watch for auction signs. SATURDAY--JANUAR Y 31 STARTING AT 12:30 lX.M. 37 IlEAl) llOI,STEINS & JERSEYS Holsteins consisting of: 2 just fresh. 10 fresh and just bred back. 5 springers. 3 started calves. 8 of these are Registered. Jerseys consisting of: 6 fresh and just bred back. 2 fresh in Dec. :1 bred for Aug., balance in all stages of lactation 6 of these are Registered. Cattle T.B., blood tested, nasal innoculated and checked for pregnancy before time of sale. FARM MAClllNERY M.F t75 diesel tractor w-loader, N.H. 273 baler, N.H. 276 haybine, M.F. ll0spreader, Lely tedder. J.D. 924 rake, hay elevator, J.D haybine, small trailer, grain cart, 2 Delaval milkers. S.S. strainer, plus barn tools. Terms Cash or good check OWNERS & AUCTIONEERS: C.W. Gray & Sons, Inc. East Thetford, Vt. 785-4348 or 785-216t R. & D. Lussier Lyndonville, Vt. Showmut Bank of Boston, N.A. By Kristion J. Stoltenberg Trust Officer Wallace J, Farr Bradford E. Forr 4-21-28 H011Ci OF HEARING 'CHfl ON ALLOWANa Of WltL STATE OF VEILMONT ' iH[ MATER OF THE ESTATE OF loli'e PROBATE COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF Iktfferd To the heirs at law and oll persons tnd in the Estate of Robert D. Brock, ff Newbury (Village of Wells River} in )istrict, deceased: I =u ore notified that a wittm in- t dated November 10, 19B0, and Erring to lie the Lst Will and mem of mid deceased has been anted to the Probate Court for the let of Bradford by Ethel Brock, with o [$  rlueitili Prote thereof. ne hearin B thereon has :kfied for the 17th day of February, at 10:00 o,m. at the Probate Court, River, Vermont. You / , . there to show cause, if'any you t, v/ny the said instrument should be allowed mth# Lost Will and Dlt met of the deceased, the United States shall, on the ground of ed this 7th dayvf January, 1981. race, color, or national origin, be excluded ,J /s/ReN,Vig_.ou from participation in, be denied the _J 2S_9/1 .,. -- .unw benefits, of, or be otherwise subected to -," " discrimination in the conduct of its progrOm ] .ll.lr...a. -..c-- and the operation of its facilities. Under II,=r  ["lLr-'11glbtLgPJl[Dl" this Assurance, this otgenlzotmn is gO ......... committed not to discriminate against any ][ TICEOFHllAIINGOM person on the ground of race, color or ] AUOWAN(OFWlLL notional origin in its' policies and practices  MASTATEOF VERMONT relating to applications for servlce or any :1-- TTER OF THE ESTATE OF Win- other p0ficies and practices relating to treatment of beneficiaries and portic/ponts  PROBATE COURT FOR THE including rates, candifibns and extetitts.of I0 l[o t" . . DISTRICT OF Ikfferd service, use of any of its facilitias, ai- d ,-nae .heirs at law and all Ilcsom tendonce at and portlcipatievll in any [" tn the Estate of Wentworth meetings of beneficiaries and participontl or the exercise of ny rights of such I' :._. Iodgett, late of Bradford, in said beneficiaries and porticildns in the t, k:eosad: I Ore tified that o written in- conduct of the operations of this r--'':_ t doted Juno 15 1977 and I.- organization. '. to be the Last W/I end Test I Any person who believes himself, or i'Yd, deceoSedhosbeenpresented o any specific class of individuals, to be i]it e Court for the District of Bradford subiected by this organization to  errnan & Allen for the Co-Executors discrimination prohibited by Title Vl of the . therein, with o petition Act and the Rules and Regulations issued ; i-"" rrdoote thereof. thereunder may, by himself or o  !e heorlng thereon has beell representolive file with the Secretory of   mad for the 26th day of Fobruery, Agriculture. Washington, O.C, 202S0. or ) t.ll:30o.m. at the Prohate Court, theR.E.A. Washington, D.C. 20250or this  =,v, Vermont. you m T appear orgonimtion, or all, a written complaint. "!  mere to show cause,, if any yo Such complaint must be filed not later than ?:  e,.why the said instrument should 90 days after the alleged discrimination, ar 1 nll. wed as the Last Will and by such loter dote to which the Secretory of ' it ol the dlaenled. Agriculture of the R.E.A. extends the time Ll  this 19th day of January, 198t. for filing. Identity of complainants will be I st RenoN. Vigneou kept confidential except to the extent Je-Rlter necessary to carry out the purposes of the Rules and Regulations. NOW BUYING WhUe Saw Profile Lumber Co Lidn, N.H. For more informaGon or 603-838-6767 THE PLACEMENT PEOPLE MANUFACTURING ENGINEER $38,000 BSEE with production quality Background. INDUSTRIAl. ENGINEER $30,000 Plant I,ayout and material flow. ME('IIANi('AI, ENGINEER $30,000 Design of high speed machinery. PROJECT ENGINEER SUPERVISOR $25,000 BSME plus design and production experience. STRUCTURAL ENGINEER $23,000 NH-VT registered professional engineer. TOOl, I)ESIGNER $22,000 Responsible for design of tools and gauges. EI,EC'rRONIC DRAFTSPERSON $14,000 ASEE entry-level position. Company Paid Recruiters 603-298-5524 8 Colonial Plaza West Lebanon, Nil 03784 ! |1 i l'l'/'/e.l i i I l i [[ WANT'Ell--Women living MENTAl. l[EALTil-Special with Vietnam Veterans for Ed background; positions national project exploring the available to provide intensive effects of the war on families, training for mentally han- (!all collect 223-3181 or write dicapped adults, preparm for [)orothy Tod, 20 Bailey, independent living--evenings MpjiJ])e[ier 0,)662. and weekends--excellent pay-call Peter Trayers, i I[tI-'l i  l[tlll01.) Orange County Mental ttealtb. . 802-728-3230. 2T--2-4--c LOST-- Small black and white shaggy Terrier type. fixed BRADFORD 'OIL Co. would like to hire two tractor trailer male dog. Answers to the drivers. Must haveexperience name of "Spunky". Has sore and good record. New front paw. Children miss dog ngland and New York. very much. Please call the Bradford Oil Company, Chimes 802-222-5289. 4T2- Bradford, VT., 222-525t. 18--c TF-- I- 14---c AUCTION SATURDAY, JANUARY31, 1981 10:30A.M. COMPLETE DISPERSAL At the farm of David Cook in Barton, Vermont. The Cook [arm is located just all Route 16 bet- ween Barton, Vt. and Lake Willoughby. Watch for Auction signs. 116 CATTLE 116 73 Mature Cattle, a fine loose housing herd that are young, perfect and really milking. 13 Strictly Fresh - 15 Springing and handling - Balance all stages - 3 Springing Heifers - 10 Bred Heifers -30 from calves to yearlings - All cattle Ai bred and calves from same breeding - 10 Cows for June, 6 for July, 7 for August and 15 for September. Milk is written all over this herd. All cattle blood tested, TB tested and preg checked prior to sale by Dr. Starr of Newport, Vt. MACHINERY Ford 8600 Tractor with cab and roll-bar, ex- cellent shape, 1800 hrs. - M.F. 165 Diesel Tractor w-Model 99 Loader - Ford 6000 Diesel w-good rubber and in good shape - NEW Badger Forage 'Wagon, 3 beater w-roof and heavy duty J.D. running gear - Like new GeM Forage Wagon w- roof - 9 ft. heavy duty Transport Harrows, like new - 2 4 wheel running-gear Wagons, no body - Model 467 N.H. 7 ft. Haybine - M.F. 12 Baler - 3 pt. hitch Brillion Seeder - New Idea 325 Bu. Manure Spreader w-hyd, tail gate, Perfect - J.D. 2 Bottom Plows - N.H. 256 Rake- Kuhn Tedder-3 pt. hitch Cement Mixer - Diadem 350 Fertilizer Spreader, 3 pt. hitch - 2 3 pt. hitch M.F. Side Mowers - 2 Bale Bunchers - 6 ft. 3 pt. hitch Snowblower, very good - NEW Badger Hopper Blover, No. TA54 - 40 ft. Hay Elevator - 255 Gal. Fuel Tank with pump. TOOLS, ETC. 2 good Knipco Heaters - Electric Heater - 1 double unit Compressor - Stihl Chain Saw, very good - Skill Saw - V4 in. Drill - s/ in. Socket Set - 3 phase 5 hp. Motor - 5 ton hyd. Jack - / hp. Motor - and hundreds of more items too numerous to mention. All those necessary to run a successful farm. Come early, as there is a lot of good bars," forks, and tools, etc. REAL ESTATE The farm consists of approx. 200 Acres more or less with a new loose-housing barn and a 20 foot by 60 foot Silo. Feed will be offered at auction, with the owners reserving the right to one bid. Anyone interested in the real estate prior to the sale, contact the Sale Managers. SALES MANAGERS COMMENT: Something for everyone here; top cattle, good machinery, lots of small tools and items; small farmers and loose housing farmers should attend this sale. !!i SALE POSITIVE LUNCH SERVED ;i:i: TERMS CASH iill SALES MANAGERS : BigG Sales, Div. of Big G Corp. :::iiii Graham Blake, Bradford, Vt. Tel. No. 802-222.5569 i!::i Morrisvllle Commission Sales :iiii Douglas Giimour, Morrisvllle, Vt. Tel. No. 802-748-4037 AUCTIONEERS Chris Blake Bradford, Vt. Robert Bluto Montpeller, Vt. January 28, 1981-The Journal Opinion-Page 11 FOR SALE Card Shower Dr. J. F. Keating is celebrating his 85th bir- thday on February 5, 1981. All his friends and neighbors are invited to shower him with cards on this special day. He will be remembered for the many years of service in the Bradford area. His loving wife, Ruth Keating Box 129 East Corinth. Vt. O5O40 Card of Thanks Many thanks to all our friends and neighbors who gave their love, support and prayers during Kathie's seven week stay and major surgery at Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital. The out- pouring of friendship was overwhelming and we'll never forget it. God bless you all. Kathie, Chuck and Kellie Collier PUBI.IC NOTICE Card of Thanks WANTED'--" Niles Southworth of Hanover Terrace Health- care, wishes to thank his friends of the West Fairlee Ladies Aide and the West Fairlee Village Improvement Club, as well as the West Fairlee Center Community Club for the gifts received at Christmas time. Niles Southworth PI  NOTICE DATSUN 510 Station Good condition. Call evenings 802- 4T2-4---c ;e!Io R SALE--C J5 Jeep, W, New top. New paint. w Plow. Asking 5 OO0 or best 802"222-9327. 4T--2- o" ,00eaFs0000r 'ate o' J::n,, / l' :[t'/zll i [o]11 Eat,. STATE OF VERMONT ORANGE SUPERIOR COURT ORANGE COUNTY, ss. Civil Action Oocket No. S 2-81 Oe d MARCELLA G. BISHOP, Plaintiff VS JAMES G. BISHOP, Defendant suMMoNs AND ORDER FOR PUBLICATION To the above-named Defendant: You are hereby summoned and required to serve upon John Morale, Esq., plaintiff% attorney, whose address is 2B Main Street, Wells River, Vermont 0S081, an answer to plaintiff's complaint in the above-entitled action within 41 days after the dote of the first publication of this summons, which is Februorv 25, 1981. If you fail to do so, judgment by default will be taker against you for the relief demanded in the com- plaint. Your answer must also be filed with the court. Unless the relief demanded in; the complaint is for damage covered by a liability insurance po!icy under, whi.ch the insurer has the rigm or omlgoTmn ro conduct the defense, or unless otherwise provided in Rule 13{0), your answer must CB POWER PACKS-- 2 available. Only $12.50 each. (:all 802-222-4032. tf-nc PAY MASTER--Checkw:ritcr, Only $(;5. Call 802-222-4032. tf- IIC t NOTICE Of NEARING ON ALLOWANCE Of WILL SlrME Of VERRIONT IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Ed,wd S. Cobb PROBATE COURT FOR THE OtSTRICT OF Rradferd To the heirs at low and oil persons interested in the Estate of Edward S. Cobb, late of Foidee, in said Oistrict, deceased: You ore notified that a written in- strument dated May 7, 1968, and per- porting to be the Last Will and Testament of said deceased has been presented to the Probate Court for the Oistrict of Bradford by Edward S. Cobb, Jr. through his at- torneys Otterman & Allen, with a petition requesting Probate thereof. The hearing thereon has been scheduled for the 23rd day of February, 1981 at 11:30 a.m. at the Probate Court, Wells River, Vermont You may appear then and there to shaw cause, if any you may have, why the said instrument should not be allowed as the Lost Will and Testament of the deceased. Doted this 21 st day of January, 1981. /sl Rena N Vigneau JlRe 1/28-2/4-11 VERMONT STATE POLICE and Vermont Fish & Game TOLL-FREE NUMBERS Bradford 222-4680 Fairlee 333-9414 Wells River 757-2552 Proposed Use Hearing Revenue Sharing On February 12, 1981, at 4:00 p.m., Town Hall, the Board of Selectmen will hold a Revenue Sharing Proposed Use Hearing. All citizens (especially senior citizens) are invited to attend and provide the Board of Selectmen with written and oral comments on possible uses for $20,6000 of unappropriated Revenue Sharing Funds in the town's Revenue Sharing Trust Fund. Notice to the Residents of the Town of HaverhillrN.H. As a result of the vote of the town on November 4, 1980, pursuant to RSA 466:30-B, the "Dog Control Law" -- RSA 466:30-A will be enforced in the town effective JANUARY 30, 1981 > This statute makes it "unlawful for an owner of any dog, licensed or unlicensed, to allow said dog to run at large, except when accompanied by the owner or custodian, and when used for Tax Jl Ill I Ill FINANCIAL SERVICES Planning And Record Keeping for Prompt Personal Service CALL WILLIAM K. ARPS 802-429-2365 Developemental Disabilities Vocational Specialist Innovative person to develop and coordinate a vocational program for DD adults in rural central Vermont. Person should be skilled in direct vocational training, understanding of business aspects of programs, and have gran- tsmanship potential. Masters level with at least two years experience, or will consider B.A. with five years experience. Please send resume or contact: David Jensen, DD Director, Box 278, Bradford, Vermont 0,5033 or call 802-222-4706 or 4707. WANTED-- Cash paid for photographs or movi.ng pic- tures of the serious skn jum- ping accident that occurred at theInternational Ski Jumping Meet that was held at Berlin, New Hampshire, on February 27, 1977. Please call Mrs. Moore "collect", Manchester 669-2211, 8:30 A. M. to 5:00 P. M. WANTED-- Used or old decoys, old books on hunting and fishing. Write Box 454. Bradford, Vt. 05033. tf--nc ANTIQUES OF ALL KINpS 1e Antique Touch Ed & Lynda Kulikowski l Route 5 (Lower  | i i. ,rad,ot'd00 [ I z.2z2-4so7  I | Residence:  | I(OOFING--T.A. KURAi/F ('O. All lypes )t' roofing and l'epairs. :,;la[ c slailfless seams, copper set|hi a]tlnlillUln. 14 years in lira business. ('all 802- 1(;6 5547. I.ow t'rices! Work by t 1 2'_!Y'Yq:, ! 5'2!]]. r ) c) :_S '_r :2_:L ,&l, BUII, I)ERS--The reluodeling Pros. Also repairs Lind new cons|ruc| ion. Over 25 years experience. ('all 802-685- .1557 for it free (,stimate. st--3- 00CLASSIFIEDS00 PRIOR SERVICEMEN join the New Hampshire Army National Guard on a part-time basis under the Try One Program! Any prior ser- vicemen who have been honorably discharged from any branch of the military may be eligible to join[be National Guard at their fbr- mer rank, even if they have been out for 20 years. You will earn between $76.OO and $150.00 for one weekend a month. If you would like a little change in your life from your present job, and a lot of change in your pocket, call SSG David Wright, in Woodsville, 747-3431 Mon.- Fri., 8 to 4:30 p.m. The Guard is New tlampshire at its best! 8T--2-25C IllGH SCllOOI, JUNIORS AND SENIORS-- The New tlampshire Army National Guard in Woodsville, NH has some great news ! You may be eligible to enlist in the Guard for a part-time job under the all new Split-Training Option. Choose a career that offers education, advancement, advance training, good pay and benefits -- PLUS a $1500 cash bonus or up to $4000 in Educational Assistance. Stop by the Woodsville Armory on )uth Court Street and see SSG David Wright or CALL 603-747-3431, Mon.-Fri., 8-4:30 p.m. The Guard is New Hampshire at its Best! 8T--2- 25--C A N SW E R T() WIle KNOWS 'l, violel. RESTAURANT LIQUIDATION SALE Items sold individually or grouped. Victor 515 Cash Register, llohart Commercial Dishwasher, Kelvinator 31000 BTU Air Conditioner, 8 Ft. Refrigeration Case, Upright Freezer, 3 SALE state as a coun,erdom any reated claim hunting, herding, supervised by competition and Reirigerators, 25 Brever Chairs, 6 Butcherbiock i Shawmut B L which you may hove against the plaintiff, ll " reral Stree"n of Bacon, H.A,, One or you wdl thereafter be barred from I exhibition or training for such. Tables, 7 Handmade Bar Stools, Coffee Grinder, SSachusatts"wj..t Floor Boston, moki'na such cloim in ony other action. Any dog found at large in violation of the above WOOD SPLITTER-- New 2 ft. Bunn-O-Matic Coffee Maker, Espresso Machine, 1OVer, N:N .."].(e J. Fort, ellotiff's action is a complaint for Robush. $1250, Reason for f. of ,divorce brought by eta lntiff ogoinst statute will be impounded in accordance with the tlobart Meat Slicer, Paper Goods, Glassware, selling, moving. Call 802-429- I defer, b whkh etm, ,fleges that above statute. Flatware and much more... I wl;: has flv sepata d aport from 1 2'162. 4t--2-4c l ; : far matt than six onsecutive .O lh sd that resurtlon of marital , ts ,o, ,,;o,t prble. AI WlnthropW. Klark TRACTOR--Massey- CASH OR CERTIFIED HECK c :, int is on file and may be Furguson 65 diesel, $3800. ?ffic* of the clerk of this I Richard G. Kinder urmle superior ess or to the Reglster of the Probate Verm;n, Cauct. Clsao John Fullerton With chains, $4100. Reason for * INFORMATIONi 802-439-5497 ere at Wells River, Vermont, or said It 05 eorin - : 41 selling, moving. Call 802-429- wll be forever barred. "i  ' pp. 9 rom the affidavit o y HAVERHILL BOARD OF SELECTMEN 2162. 4t2-4--c ,,ea ,. ,,e aoov,.,.,it,. =,,on , PARADISE CAFE i .,:;"Dated at Bradford th s 7th day o service cannot De" mane" with due "dill enchat Complaints should be referred to: uory, 1981 g el Richard Hall BOAT AND TRAil.ER-- 14 ft. by any of the methods prescribed n MAIN STe/BRADFORD,VT. V.R.C.P. 4(d) through If) inclusive, it is DogOfficer aluminum, $200. Reason for hereby ORDERED that service of the above selling, moving. Call 802-4TJ- process shall be mode upon the defendant Telephone 989-5817 James G. Bishop, by publication pursuant 2162. 4t--2-4---c to V.R.C.P. 4(g). This order shall be published once o week for three con- AUCTIONS secutive weeks on January 15, 1981, January 22, 1981 and January 29, 1981 in the Jowrnal Oploto o newspaper of general circulation in Orange County, and o copy of this order shall be mailed to the defendant, James G. Bishop, if his address is known. Dated at Chelsea, Vermont, this Sth day of January, 1981. Alden T. Bryan Burton W, Spooner Jackson T. Webb Judge= of Orunge Svperler Cirri 3T-1114-21-28 Statement of Nendllarimklitlee Topsham Telephone Company has filed with the Federal Government o Compliance Assurance in which it assures the R.E.A that it will comply fully with ol requirements of Title VI of the Civil Rights At1 of 1984 and the Rules and Regulations of the Deportment of Agriculture issued thereunder, to the end that no person in WARNING Annual Meetinl Union High School District NO. 30 The legal voters of Union I-figh School District No. 30 are hereby notified and warned to meet at Oxbow High School Auditorium in Bradford, Vermont in said District on Tuesday, February 24, 1981, at eight o'clock in the evening to act [ article to wit: ARTICLE 1. To elect a Moderator, Clerk, Treasurer for the year ensuing, and one Auditor for a term of three years and 'to fill all other offices which may then be vacant. ARTICLE Z. To hear and act upon the report of the officers and directors of the District for the fiscal year, July 1, 1980-June 30, 1981. AIRT|OLE 3. TO determine what compensation shall be paid to the Directors of the District for the ensuing fiscal year. ARTICLE 4. To see what sum of money will be raised for the expenses of the District during the fiscal year beginning July 1, 1981 and ending June 30, 1982. ARTICLE 5. To see if the District will authorize and empower the Board of Directors to borrow money in the name of the District for expenses in anticipation of income to be received from the member Districts and to give a note or notes in the District's name to secure payment thereof. ARTICLE 6. To transact any other business which may legally come before said meeting. The Board will present information about replacement of the School roofs. Eris M. Eastman, Clerk Aroline Putnam, Chairman of the Board of School Directors Recorded before posting this 23rd day of January, 1981. Eris M. Eastman, Clerk Union High School District No..i} FREEZER--Chest type, Call 603-795-2064. 4t--2-4--c LAWNMOWER 20" Murray. Used only twice. $65. Call 802-222-4032. TF-NC 1974 POLARIS TX-440 Excellent condition, low mileage. $500. Tel. 802-222- 4535. 4T2-4-- COFFEE TABLE-- Add to the decor of any room. $15. Call 802-222-4032. If-no AKC Registered Brittiney Spaniels. Excellent hunting si(.k. Great house dog. 8o2- 222-4529, 4T--I-2 )[) _ ....... W. NEWBURY. VT.-- [972 New Moon mobile Home. 12 It. x 70 ft. 3 bdrms, on 15 acres plus or minus with brook. Two (plus or minus acres open and balance wooded. Set up for wood-oil heat. $15.500 Call 802-429-2162. 4t--2-4c MOBILE liOMES--We've got a home to fit your pocketbook. Luxurious new Windors and llarrisons, as well as 50 used homes, all sizes and prices. Alsd choice lots available. Milch's Mobile itomes. Rt. 10. Woodsville. Nit. 03785. 603- 747-3376. 4T--2-18-- $13,995. 3 bedr TITAN 70x14 ( 1981  all furnished, delivered and set up or $2,100 down and invest $203 for 144 months. Remember a home is your best investment, cause it appreciates, and the payments you make will be with inflated dollars, so you gain both ways. APR 17 per cent Note $29.232. Closed Wed. Open Sunday, Citation Mobile ttome Liquidators, Rt. t2 Charlestown. NH. IT--1- 28--- DON'T PAY $19.006 for a NEW fully furnished 14 wide 2 bedroom,, when you can buy one at Fairlane for $9.995. and we delivered and set up free. or $1.5/ down and only $147 for 144 months, including insurance Closed Wed. Open Sundays. Fairlane Mobile tlome Discounters. RL 3 Triton. NH. IT--I-28---c =. I I - AUCTION - At the Norman Whitehill Farm, South Ryegate, Vt. Watch for Auction signs between Groton and South Ryegate, Vt., off Rt. 302. TIIURSDAY 12:30 P.M.IJANUARY 29, 1981 72 HEAD HOLSTEINS Consisting of: 9 springers, 10 fresh, 8 fresh this fall and just bred back. Balance of cows in all stages of lactation. l0 open heifers, 20 started calves; heifers and calves vaccinated; cattle all TB and blood tested; checked for pregnancy and shipping fever shots before time of sale. 8 of these cows are registered. MILKING EQUIPMENT 4 DeLaval Magnetic Milkers, DeLaval Magnetic System, Electric dumping station. (2) bales baler twine, Universal 37 C FM Vacuum pump. OWNER: NORMAN WHITEHILL e AUCTION ERRS: C.W. GRAY & SONS, Inc. East Thetford, Vt. 785-4348 or 785-2161 R. & D. LUSSIER. Lyndonville, VL. 626-5448 I AUCTION Ilaving purchased the farm, stock & tools of Jane & I,ance Williams, we will sell at the farm. located in, South R;ndolph, Vt. 3 miles south of East Randolph on Route 14. Watch for auction signs. SATURDAY--JANUAR Y 31 STARTING AT 12:30 lX.M. 37 IlEAl) llOI,STEINS & JERSEYS Holsteins consisting of: 2 just fresh. 10 fresh and just bred back. 5 springers. 3 started calves. 8 of these are Registered. Jerseys consisting of: 6 fresh and just bred back. 2 fresh in Dec. :1 bred for Aug., balance in all stages of lactation 6 of these are Registered. Cattle T.B., blood tested, nasal innoculated and checked for pregnancy before time of sale. FARM MAClllNERY M.F t75 diesel tractor w-loader, N.H. 273 baler, N.H. 276 haybine, M.F. ll0spreader, Lely tedder. J.D. 924 rake, hay elevator, J.D haybine, small trailer, grain cart, 2 Delaval milkers. S.S. strainer, plus barn tools. Terms Cash or good check OWNERS & AUCTIONEERS: C.W. Gray & Sons, Inc. East Thetford, Vt. 785-4348 or 785-216t R. & D. Lussier Lyndonville, Vt. Showmut Bank of Boston, N.A. By Kristion J. Stoltenberg Trust Officer Wallace J, Farr Bradford E. Forr 4-21-28 H011Ci OF HEARING 'CHfl ON ALLOWANa Of WltL STATE OF VEILMONT ' iH[ MATER OF THE ESTATE OF loli'e PROBATE COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF Iktfferd To the heirs at law and oll persons tnd in the Estate of Robert D. Brock, ff Newbury (Village of Wells River} in )istrict, deceased: I =u ore notified that a wittm in- t dated November 10, 19B0, and Erring to lie the Lst Will and mem of mid deceased has been anted to the Probate Court for the let of Bradford by Ethel Brock, with o [$  rlueitili Prote thereof. ne hearin B thereon has :kfied for the 17th day of February, at 10:00 o,m. at the Probate Court, River, Vermont. You / , . there to show cause, if'any you t, v/ny the said instrument should be allowed mth# Lost Will and Dlt met of the deceased, the United States shall, on the ground of ed this 7th dayvf January, 1981. race, color, or national origin, be excluded ,J /s/ReN,Vig_.ou from participation in, be denied the _J 2S_9/1 .,. -- .unw benefits, of, or be otherwise subected to -," " discrimination in the conduct of its progrOm ] .ll.lr...a. -..c-- and the operation of its facilities. Under II,=r  ["lLr-'11glbtLgPJl[Dl" this Assurance, this otgenlzotmn is gO ......... committed not to discriminate against any ][ TICEOFHllAIINGOM person on the ground of race, color or ] AUOWAN(OFWlLL notional origin in its' policies and practices  MASTATEOF VERMONT relating to applications for servlce or any :1-- TTER OF THE ESTATE OF Win- other p0ficies and practices relating to treatment of beneficiaries and portic/ponts  PROBATE COURT FOR THE including rates, candifibns and extetitts.of I0 l[o t" . . DISTRICT OF Ikfferd service, use of any of its facilitias, ai- d ,-nae .heirs at law and all Ilcsom tendonce at and portlcipatievll in any [" tn the Estate of Wentworth meetings of beneficiaries and participontl or the exercise of ny rights of such I' :._. Iodgett, late of Bradford, in said beneficiaries and porticildns in the t, k:eosad: I Ore tified that o written in- conduct of the operations of this r--'':_ t doted Juno 15 1977 and I.- organization. '. to be the Last W/I end Test I Any person who believes himself, or i'Yd, deceoSedhosbeenpresented o any specific class of individuals, to be i]it e Court for the District of Bradford subiected by this organization to  errnan & Allen for the Co-Executors discrimination prohibited by Title Vl of the . therein, with o petition Act and the Rules and Regulations issued ; i-"" rrdoote thereof. thereunder may, by himself or o  !e heorlng thereon has beell representolive file with the Secretory of   mad for the 26th day of Fobruery, Agriculture. Washington, O.C, 202S0. or ) t.ll:30o.m. at the Prohate Court, theR.E.A. Washington, D.C. 20250or this  =,v, Vermont. you m T appear orgonimtion, or all, a written complaint. "!  mere to show cause,, if any yo Such complaint must be filed not later than ?:  e,.why the said instrument should 90 days after the alleged discrimination, ar 1 nll. wed as the Last Will and by such loter dote to which the Secretory of ' it ol the dlaenled. Agriculture of the R.E.A. extends the time Ll  this 19th day of January, 198t. for filing. Identity of complainants will be I st RenoN. Vigneou kept confidential except to the extent Je-Rlter necessary to carry out the purposes of the Rules and Regulations. NOW BUYING WhUe Saw Profile Lumber Co Lidn, N.H. For more informaGon or 603-838-6767 THE PLACEMENT PEOPLE MANUFACTURING ENGINEER $38,000 BSEE with production quality Background. INDUSTRIAl. ENGINEER $30,000 Plant I,ayout and material flow. ME('IIANi('AI, ENGINEER $30,000 Design of high speed machinery. PROJECT ENGINEER SUPERVISOR $25,000 BSME plus design and production experience. STRUCTURAL ENGINEER $23,000 NH-VT registered professional engineer. TOOl, I)ESIGNER $22,000 Responsible for design of tools and gauges. EI,EC'rRONIC DRAFTSPERSON $14,000 ASEE entry-level position. Company Paid Recruiters 603-298-5524 8 Colonial Plaza West Lebanon, Nil 03784 ! |1 i l'l'/'/e.l i i I l i [[ WANT'Ell--Women living MENTAl. l[EALTil-Special with Vietnam Veterans for Ed background; positions national project exploring the available to provide intensive effects of the war on families, training for mentally han- (!all collect 223-3181 or write dicapped adults, preparm for [)orothy Tod, 20 Bailey, independent living--evenings MpjiJ])e[ier 0,)662. and weekends--excellent pay-call Peter Trayers, i I[tI-'l i  l[tlll01.) Orange County Mental ttealtb. . 802-728-3230. 2T--2-4--c LOST-- Small black and white shaggy Terrier type. fixed BRADFORD 'OIL Co. would like to hire two tractor trailer male dog. Answers to the drivers. Must haveexperience name of "Spunky". Has sore and good record. New front paw. Children miss dog ngland and New York. very much. Please call the Bradford Oil Company, Chimes 802-222-5289. 4T2- Bradford, VT., 222-525t. 18--c TF-- I- 14---c AUCTION SATURDAY, JANUARY31, 1981 10:30A.M. COMPLETE DISPERSAL At the farm of David Cook in Barton, Vermont. The Cook [arm is located just all Route 16 bet- ween Barton, Vt. and Lake Willoughby. Watch for Auction signs. 116 CATTLE 116 73 Mature Cattle, a fine loose housing herd that are young, perfect and really milking. 13 Strictly Fresh - 15 Springing and handling - Balance all stages - 3 Springing Heifers - 10 Bred Heifers -30 from calves to yearlings - All cattle Ai bred and calves from same breeding - 10 Cows for June, 6 for July, 7 for August and 15 for September. Milk is written all over this herd. All cattle blood tested, TB tested and preg checked prior to sale by Dr. Starr of Newport, Vt. MACHINERY Ford 8600 Tractor with cab and roll-bar, ex- cellent shape, 1800 hrs. - M.F. 165 Diesel Tractor w-Model 99 Loader - Ford 6000 Diesel w-good rubber and in good shape - NEW Badger Forage 'Wagon, 3 beater w-roof and heavy duty J.D. running gear - Like new GeM Forage Wagon w- roof - 9 ft. heavy duty Transport Harrows, like new - 2 4 wheel running-gear Wagons, no body - Model 467 N.H. 7 ft. Haybine - M.F. 12 Baler - 3 pt. hitch Brillion Seeder - New Idea 325 Bu. Manure Spreader w-hyd, tail gate, Perfect - J.D. 2 Bottom Plows - N.H. 256 Rake- Kuhn Tedder-3 pt. hitch Cement Mixer - Diadem 350 Fertilizer Spreader, 3 pt. hitch - 2 3 pt. hitch M.F. Side Mowers - 2 Bale Bunchers - 6 ft. 3 pt. hitch Snowblower, very good - NEW Badger Hopper Blover, No. TA54 - 40 ft. Hay Elevator - 255 Gal. Fuel Tank with pump. TOOLS, ETC. 2 good Knipco Heaters - Electric Heater - 1 double unit Compressor - Stihl Chain Saw, very good - Skill Saw - V4 in. Drill - s/ in. Socket Set - 3 phase 5 hp. Motor - 5 ton hyd. Jack - / hp. Motor - and hundreds of more items too numerous to mention. All those necessary to run a successful farm. Come early, as there is a lot of good bars," forks, and tools, etc. REAL ESTATE The farm consists of approx. 200 Acres more or less with a new loose-housing barn and a 20 foot by 60 foot Silo. Feed will be offered at auction, with the owners reserving the right to one bid. Anyone interested in the real estate prior to the sale, contact the Sale Managers. SALES MANAGERS COMMENT: Something for everyone here; top cattle, good machinery, lots of small tools and items; small farmers and loose housing farmers should attend this sale. !!i SALE POSITIVE LUNCH SERVED ;i:i: TERMS CASH iill SALES MANAGERS : BigG Sales, Div. of Big G Corp. :::iiii Graham Blake, Bradford, Vt. Tel. No. 802-222.5569 i!::i Morrisvllle Commission Sales :iiii Douglas Giimour, Morrisvllle, Vt. Tel. No. 802-748-4037 AUCTIONEERS Chris Blake Bradford, Vt. Robert Bluto Montpeller, Vt.