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February 4, 1981-The Journal Opinion-Page I I :king PUBLIC N O T I--TC-E DE )ds m :t i r:, I II m m [., :.,,..-- 11 E AI, l.;STATF IHiAI)Fi)ILI)--IO am&apos;es oll laved road with 526' road h'onlage. Southeastern ex- posure. ('ouI(I have exceIIcnl FOR RENT-- Bradford FOR RENT-- Home. 3 h)ng dislance views I)v /illage. One bedroom apar- bedrooms. E. Topsham, Vt. clearing s(ime of land Pew(it heated, with porch. $200 per month. 802-222-4703. 802-222-9342 before 9 AM 4T--2-ll----c 6 PM. 2T--2-4--c pacious. 2 AVAILABLE FOR IM- gromld fhlor, heated MEDIATE occupancy. A one and a two bedroom apart- ('all 8u2-222-3711 iw merit. Both with bath, wail to lan.vlime. I'!'--'z:.)l)__ wall carpeting, kitchen ap- pliances. Heat, lights, hot RENT-- 1 Bedroom apt. water, gas, and rubbish included. Bradford. $225 removal included in rent. month. 802-222-4703. Security deposit required. No 1---- children or pets in this well managed building. Mt. RENT-- 2 Bedroom apt. Gardner Apts., 43 Central St., included. Bradford. $250 Woodsville, N.H. Tel. 787-6280 month. 802-222-4703. or 787-6355. EdwardC. Patten. 4tf-c on road. (;ently sloping terrain Well im l)r,Iw]'ty. $1 i,500. CORINTll--l,ovely old ('oloniai 1781fs) set in the quaint hainh'i ot ('orinth ( enter. Many original antique features r(.stored, t>lentv o[ I'OOln fol" a large tanlily or could be a hon/e plus a sinall aparlnliqil h) reiil ,or inc()nle. Nice views ot the valley. $12,ii0ii. 'rill.: GAIIi)NEI{ A(;EN('Y, Norwich, Vt.. 1102-649-1232. IT--2-.l--c FRANCONIA INSURANCE l& REAL ESTtITE AGEN (;etli'v I':. (lili I.i';ink ('ol'l,,(I \\;live ttll,ll;li'll 6(13-82:1-5505 I"ra lii'(llli;i. . II. WINN ASSOCIATES, REALTORS 225 Main Street Littleton, New Hampshire 03561 Business (603) 444-7781 JIM & MARGARET ELLIOTT Woodsville, N.H. 03785 (603) 747-3485 EACH OFFICE iNIIEPEHDEMT:Y e'JV,'N[D AID f:PF%AT,rO NORTIIEN FI,ORll)A-- 2 wooded acres in rich agricultural area of ;.. Panllandle. iligh, dry, land. 54300. Monthly payments of only $,).t. 14 through owner with $3{}0 alOhA'it, ('all owner 1-603- 889-8254. 1"!'2-18--p , IN, - "REAL ESTATE NO. 4216-- 105 acres, Wrights Mt. Road, Bradford, V'i., i{ii::iil lsg,s00; a beautiful parcel of land, facing south and i vest, with good views; open and wooded. Owner may . finance m mmm immm N " !ii _il o. 427S--Bath, N.H. on the Monroe Road. Corn-  CI JI fortable, a-bedroom mobile home with addition and i ' I race2,ear garage on 1,, acre. $11,200. No. R--10 acres, Peacham, $5,000; frontage on all- Yyeeaarr :moadj hard &softwoods; good for recreation, ) : W.orR i , uUlld some ' or investment. Terms for seller. using  (of our listings can be owner.financed) Send fer0000our free list of land and houu00 Is No. 4171--Groton, 10 acres bordering state forest. laabo0. 222- No. 4222--Nice, 4 bedroom home on two lovely acres odford, near Wells River. Living room and dining room, two fireplaces, hardwood floors throughout, garage. $45,000.00. SERVICES it REALT00 Miriam Thomas Farms-Houses.Acreage 802-866.5961 17331).--Bradford -- 3 bdrm. renovated Cape. Modern Kitchen. hearth w-wood stove hookup, formal dining room, living room & full bath down. 2 lg. bdrms. & full bath up. Village edge location, 2 acres, attached barn & work shop. FHA ap- proved, 1 percent interest, no down payment. $49.901). 732D.--Bradford -- Looking for a home w-private h)cation & panoramic views'! 5 acres w-apple, ,urdispl plum, pear trees, raspberry, strawberry, . asparagus bed. 3 bdrms., living & dining rooms, 3601 t w-view of rots., fireplace, wood heating, low tl taxes, barn, work shop. All for the low price (if $t;:l,:m0. 1341).--Bradford -- Ideal starter or retirement home. 2 bdrms., living, dining, full bath. wood stove; easy to heat, quiet location, garden & work shop, close to shopping, 2 yrs. old. $39,900. AUCTION JCT. 5 & 25 BRAI)FORI), VT. 0503 O'Brlen Realty of Bradford for professionol service George Ihnttington, Broker 222-4703 Patricia Jeps0n, Salesma)l 222-4788 ',dinund rED) Lta S. pe :yllis ID PUBLIC N()TICE PUBLIC NOTICE ied Stmof NH 037L 603-747-3372 .2ns! No. 126--"Executive Home" -- Attractive ranch ,milllI; n acre + or - 3 bedrooms, 2 baths Partly land- r ca " ' . . 3P l'ttald. Kitchen comes with stove & refrigerator. 2 ear _,.,ai;ne.ci garage. In pretty town -- low,taxes. Offered  8,.9| Mini farm farm house on 4 open St No 18t--- 9 r  or -. 4 bedrooms, !, 2 baths. Forced hot water room 7__tt///aJleat plus wood stove Fireplace in L-R. 4 car lll Li'!rage, 2 story barn -- bring the kids, have a horse and arn ar sire le New En land _'...Yj it. You can stillenjoy " P " g" #'" ]f, y Ol life. Offered at $34,500. ,, .  t!it No. 1!12--"Neat as a pin" -- 8 room victorian home sis I bedr  hs  rate hvm room 'nng " toms. 1  bat . I m g , room, kitchen with pantry. Summer kitchen - gl t porch -- full base]nent, I car garage. Oil heat -- Hei!i ". maintained grounds with barbecue. Kitchen Kin aPliances included. Beautiful mountain & valley ews. In slnall town. very peaceful setting. Offered at reasonable $:19,900. ,st No. 185--Nice building lot in small town with h)w xes. Beautiful mountain views -- m0stly'open field; ' ner will consider financing with 25 percent down, 'taste over 4 years at l l percent. $4,900. Home: 7874120 GEORGE ROGEP,, Aslodate I,,{UNI)RY ENERGY SAVERS Separate drying loads into heavy and lightweight items. Since the lighter ones take less drying time, the dryer does not have to be on as long for these loads. I For Rent Iloveys S h (lll, is at'- ceptilig aplllicalioilS for the relll qll' ;i live I'OoIII i,ITh'h,ncy. Ileal. eh.c- iricily, hot alid cohl iva let-, pai'kill alid ruhhih removal are all inclllde(I. Privale halhi'olllil, and closet. All appliailre aild [llrnilin'e provided ill Iliif iiela'ly i'eth, coral ed COilifortahle living lit'ca that liilIM he .eell to lit' allllreeialed. Wall-lo-vall 'al'pel has been iil.hltled, hleal for relil'ell lieoph,. {'el')' i'l%lNOllllhte I';.I I e. ('trite IIOW a, it will itilili lit' reiltetl . . , C(INTA('T II()VEYS SII()I'S I N WOOIISV II,I,E. I TN! CENTURY 2r SYSTEM HELPS MORE PEOPLE BUY AND SELL MORE REAL ESTATE THAN NYONE ELSE AMERICA. That's what makes us part of the Number 1 team. Let us help you. l!i.!i!iS: ( l.qi41 ) I,illE'IITY-I 14 \\;ittt" :' I,diooni, xtilll the lllilllt iiC\\;, si(l(' - circle kilch('li lhal lias Io Ix' seen. CailSC il has a (Irx bar; iu livhil2 I'lillll hie. ill(i a I;,inlaslit llillhl Oillll. \\; ilh a lirialc. n ta,h,l I)('(tl'l)(llll, tqllla lit't,. All Ilirliish(,(t, (h,I. alld sol tip $1 .billl ihi\\; in alid invesl Sial Ior 11.I nlluilhs. AI'I( 17 piT ccitt N(ih' $21.711. ('lost'It Wt'd. (lilt'It ulida.\\; , ('itntion Midiih' Ihlni(, l,i(lui(lalors , I{I. 17 (hlilrsltt\\;\li, Nil. IT--2- I--r . ................. I_..I.).,.  19r>l i bedrooni 11 i(t(' b\\; Ill.;N('IIMAIIK. or $1.97.1i Ilia\\;/ii and 144 niolilhs al ,$1,.i. All lUrllishe(I, ali(I t,VCll has lhc NI,;W. walk in, IJay ttiii(l(l\\; Wc can ofh'r lhis ailll/illiL hell,C, I)('cau.c, the hlchlr\\;, till (liil liri('e, and lhis lachn"\\; htiilds holnt.s so prcllv thai lhey ciaiin It sell I (qil' lt C\\;Cl\ live holnt,s ill this ;II'I'H, anil lilcsc are (,x pl'iisix (' hot,its alc this wt'('k (till\\;, 1{('14. plier, $1:I,995. ,.\\;i'll I; t,l CClil Nole $27,211i. ('hlst,(I \\;Vt,d., ()l)(,li Sundays. I"airhlll(, Mol)ilc lh)nies lit. 3 Till(in. Nil. IT--2-4--c it. * , II , i iillL rl, | , y'l' .-- I , i z. New Moon mobile llome. 12 ft. x 7o fl. 3 bdrms, on 15 ac]'cs (phis (it" minus) with brook "l'\\;(i (plus or minus) acl'cS ()pen and balance wooded Set up for wood-oil heat. $15.5111i. ( 'a 1 t 81)2- 429-21 (;2. -1 t--2--LI--C MOBiI'E iIOMES--We've got a home to fit your pocketbook. I,uxurious new Windors and Iiarrisons, as well as 50 used holnes, all sizes and prices. Also choice lois available. Milch's Mobile llomes, Eft. 10. Wollsville, N.ll. 03785. 603- 747-3371;..IT--2-18--c VAI,I,EY ASSOC. OF BI{Ai)FORD 21 North Main Bradford. VT. 050"t3 ( 8112 ) 222-5544 * Newbury (COlltinued froln page I ) human resources in the community, tfave parents involved, visiting and working in the school. - Communications--have regular n%rmal meetings between school board, parents and teachers. ---The importance of teaching the basics in the morning was stressed by teachers and parents. The aim in planning is to be prevention rather than remediation. --Updated textbooks were a mandate from all. While acknowledging that "people who are involved with kids are more important than walls, etc.", the group made lhe following suggestions rarding the physical plant: --Make sure that the desks fit the children. In some eases the old high school desks presently in use do not properly fit the child. --Have a more creative play area--sound, safe play equipment with eye appeal. --Make the rooms more attractive with rugs, curtains, shelving. --Make storage space available in each room. Have more bulletin boards in the hallway. In planning, be aware Of the child's eye level. --For the teachers, provide a separate bathroom which was promised years ago. --Move the art classes to the lab room, where there is available water. The group issued the following statement: "There seems to be adequate space in this building to provide ser- vices for students and teachers, but current space usage needs to be re- evaluated. More visual stimulation is needed--an excited environment." i CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank each and every one of our friends, neighbors and relatives for the food, gifts of money, cards and expressions of sym- pathy during the loss of Herbert Bowen. Also, thanks to Dr. Martin for the help during his illness. Mrs. Jessie Iiutchinson & family, Mrs. Amy Barnes & family Mrs. Nettle Flanders & family II 00arlng BUDGET HEARING To all landowners and interested parties in the Town of tlaverhill, County of Grafton, State of New Hampshire: It is the intention of the Haverhill Budget Committee to appoint a hearing on the 10th day of February 1981 at 7:30 p.m. at the James R. Morrill School AudRorium in North Haverhill. The purpose of this hearing is to review the proposed 1981 Town of tta/'erhill Operating Budget. Testinlony will also be taken on proposed use of Revenue Sharing Funds. All citizens shall have the opportunity to provide writtenand oral comment on the possible uses of such funds. I la verhill Budget Corn inittee By A, Frank Stiegler, Ill I I II FINANCIAL SERVICES Tax Planning And Record Keeping for Prompt Personal Service CALL WILLIAM K. ARPS 802-429-2365 I IIII I II I !CLASSIFIEDS 1 , :l',l% -- I.'ilti-- ZZ %|liUll U, is'hi I a,(ik I'hicvcloped I,isphi 3 st'Is. 1{('1411h'lr $;;99., tdns Irei14hl \\;olirs Ior 25 p( '(.iil oil. T(Tiiis lqilliil' 20 77:, ;,1111 ('-Ih'cl. 2"1"--2-1--11-- WF lllW or [l(il'r(i\\;v liorst' Ior chlhheli', tan,p, ('a.ll '72 I)ATSUN 51(i Sial,on 1971 POI,ARIS "rx-|4{I Viag(m, Good condilion. Excellent condition, hlw :\\;skinl $!t(tO. ('all ('yen,rigs 802- inileage. $5110. Tel. 1102-222- I;19 57(;9 1'1'--2-1--(' - I(tinill('\\; I'illh, ('(liilt'rent:t' ................................ i! I:'lT:_ ! T.,:{::l_l ............. Ittnulwv N,li. tK|2Gt;, l'hon, FOIL SAI.E--(',I5 .Jcep, BOAT ANI) "rllAIIJ:l/- - 14 tl. I;IE;71111 9.']i4 aller 5 p.ill. yell(iw. New top. New pain t. ahlnlinuni. $2110. l(cason for rr--2-25--e Ne t)hlw. Asking 5,000 or besl soiling, sieving. ('all 1102-429- - ' .t - ............ oi'h']'. ('all B1)2-222-J327. 1"!'--2- 21!!'2:_ !172:.1--c ................. W(R)I) SPl.i'lq'Eil-- New 2 ft, 18--11 ................................ l(ol)ush. $1251i. Reason for selling, nloviug. ('all 802-429- 2162. It2-.I--c ...................................... "1'11 A("roIt--M assey- Furgns(in 65 diesel, $'a100. A'iih chains, $,110o. Reason for selling, Inovhlg. ('all B02-429- 2162. It--2--l--c AK(' I(egisiered Brilliney St)aniels. I']xt'ellenl hunling sl['k. (h'(,al house dog. 11112- 2'_"_' )r>T!l: !:I':,)::I) ............. FllEEZFI{--('hest type. (:all 60:1-795-21164. It--2-.i--c LAWNMOWER-- 20" Murray. Used only twice. $65. Call 802-222-40:]2. TF-NC WANTED-- Cash paid f6r photographs or moving pic- tures of the serious ski 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 66-2211, 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--ne ANTIQUES OF ALL m KINDS I llle Antique Touch I Ed & Lynda Kulikowski I Ro, ',e i (Lower Plain) in Bradlord. Route 5 (Lower ll I in) il l radlordit I .2.2,24,, III Residence: I I IIII IIII II I Haverhill Cooperative School District II IIIIIIIII Notice of Tinle I.iniil for l.'iling ('andidacies for Nl'llool I'oard Me,tiller and Moderator (if the I la verhill ('ooperative School District The tin(lersigned (;lerk of this School District hereith gives notice of the time limit for filing of dechu'actions of candidacy from this School l)istriet for eh,ction to the office of School Board Member and rloderator of the tlaverhill ('(ioperat iv(' School District. The eleclion ill occur during th'e Annual .Mt, etinf2 called It convene at the James R. Morrill Elen]eldal"y School, North tlaverhil[, Ne lhunpshire, on March 18, 1981 at 10:00 o'clock in the forenl)on a11d to eh)se not earlier lhan 7:00 ])'chick in the afternoon, and will be conducle(l under the non-partisan ballot law, each pre-existing district voting separately. This School I)istrict is entitled to iect the folh)wing al lhat time: I M(hTat(ir. for ternl expiring in 1982 1 School Boar(l Menlber from the pre- existing (titvicl of Ihlverhili for term expiring in 1984 I School Board Member from the pre- existing district of Woodsviile for term expiring in 1984 Wrillen (ieehlralions of candidacy must be tih,d ilh the undersigned clerk prior to 5:00 o'ch'k on February 16, 1981 in order for the sam(,, of lh( candid'lte" t()appear on the ballot. Irorms may be obhlined from the undersigned ('lerk. Fililig fee $1 .(Wt. No person nlay file a dechiration of candidacy for, Ii)r' than one position on the School Board to l)( h ct(d at such election. Anyqualified voter of this School l)isll"ict is eligible to file with the un(h'rsi1w(I. Abselilee ballots luay be applied for a{ter Februaryiti; 19ill. MAI{Y ASlll,EY ('lerk of the tlaverhill ('ooperative School District i I =[ef-I I I II I NOTICE HAVERHILL COOPERATIVE SCHOOL DISTRICT The Board of Education of the tlaverhill ('ooperative School District will present to the public the 1981-1982 Preliminary Budget'at the Janies R. Morrill Elementary School Gym in North llaverhill, N. tl. on Wednesday, February 18, 1981 at 7:30 P.M. Board of Educa tion ilaverhiil Cooperative School District iO[o/i[Wl N011C! Of NIAmltG ON ALLOWANC! OF WILL NOTICE l"ebrLuary I. 1!181 III I 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 05033 or, call 802-222-4706 or 47O7. IIIGII SCIIOOL JUNIORS AND SENIORS--- The New IIampshire 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. ('house a career that offers education, advancement, advance training, good pay kl .% NTI,:II--M id(lle aged I,'is Ill, \\;% ilh I('f(,l'ences, to ril'e h,r ('hh,rix COUl)h, in lioniv t ilii:l 353 ill411. 1'1'--7- I t, MENTAl, IIEAI.Tll-Speial Ed ilackground; positions available to provide iltensive lraning for menially han- dicapped adults, preparing for i]l(lependenl living--evenings and weekends--excellent pay call Peter Trayers, Orange (:ounty Mental tlealth. 802-728-3230. 2T--2-4--c TRAINING Opportunities-- Openings in Clerical, Diesel Mechanics, Conmiunications, a]ld F!lod Service; Full pay hile you learn. For more inftlrnialion call Jim Suinner (t'ollect) 8112-479-.q221 or tim Vernlonl Army National (urd Arnmry 222-4611. Ask ahout our $15011 Cash Bonus anti $41100 Educational and benefits -- PLUS a $1500 ,%sislance. 3T--2-18---c cash bonus or up to $4000 in .................................... Educational Assistance. Stop IIEI,P W,%NTI,;D--Likt, by the Woodsville Armory on $$$$$$7 W.rk 2o hours a wt:k South Court Street and see ll)r al)llroxinlalely$12(I.(WI For SSG David Wright or CALL illlervit:\\;\ appoiiilnienl call CX)3-747-3431, Mon.-Fri., 84:30 .hi(13. i;n:lgil!i :;3(;2. 1'1'--2- p.m. The Guard is New 25--c Hampshire at its Best! 8T--2- 25--(" I'ASII Ih!nus! if you quality \\;(ill could 14cl a $1301i elitisl ilwiil I)(inus, For hi(ire delails call ,lint Nun,,liT al 22;I-779i or 179 J721, IAq Iht, Verinolil Arni. Nalioiial (hlard hel t) )(til' hilt,re. ;VI'--2-|--C BRADFORD OIL Co. would Mke to hire two tractor trailer drivers, Must have experience and good record.. New England and New York. B]'adford Oil Company, Bradford, VT., 222-5251. TFI-14--e S,%I,I':S I'I':OI'I,E AND INVITATION TO BID The Board of School Directors of Union High School District No. 30 (Oxbow High School), including the Bradford Academy & Graded School District and Newbury Town School District, invites bids for the transportation of its st udents ( grades K- 12 ). The approximate number of students tran- sported in 1980-81 is: 95 Newbury Elementary pupils, 157 Newbury Secondary pupils, 233 Bradford Elementary, 186 Bradford Secondary. Bids should cover a period of three years beginning in September, 1981 and ending in June of 1984. Each school year will consist of ap- proximately 175 school days. Attached is a listing of existing bus routes. A contract, similar to the existing one, will be negotiated with the successful bidder (copy attached). The cost of transporting kindergarten children at mid-day should be stated separately in the space provided on the bid form. Bid specifications are available at the office of the Superintendent of Schools. Bids must be received at the office of the Superintendent of Schools, Bradford, Vermont no hlter than 1'00 P.M. on Thursday, February 19, 1981 at which time they will be publicly opened. The Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. A performance bond may be required, MANA(;ERS WANTEI)-- by hi.i l'lititlg his,lion jeweh'y COilillall.% I'xI)alidilig ill tills all,a ICor iulerview ap- tiitiiii('iil rail .hi(l%. ti(l:l 9119- :;L',I;L, I'1' ---_'- 25.---t' ,|&l, BUILDERSThe renmdeling Pros. Also repairs and new construction, Over 25 years experience. Call B02-65- 4557 for a free estimate. 8t--3- l--p STATI OF IRMONT IN TIE MATIR OF THE ESTATE OF lvmrd $. b PROBATE COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF liedford To the tirs ot law end all fmrsens interested in th Estate of Edward S. Cobb. late Of Foirlae, i soid District. deteasad. You are notified that a written in- strument doted Mo 7, 1968. and pur- porting to be the Lost Will and Testoment of said deceased hos been esentad to the Probote Court for the District of Brodfd , ANSWER TO by Edword S. Cobb, Jr. through his ot- WIle KNOWS tomeys Ottermon & Allen, with o per,ties Ill Ihe hlrl it,s. requesting Probote thereof, The hearing thereon hes been @ bedled for the 23rd day of February, 1981 at 11:30 a.m. at the Probate Court, Wefts River, Vermont. You mey appear then and there to .show couse, if ony you moy hove, why the said irtrumem houid not be ollowed os the Lost Wilt ond Testoment Of lIND deteosed. Doted this 2 lsi dey of Jonuory, 198 I. /s/Reno N. Vieou 1/28-2/4-] I Jedla . i Ii[tF_.l i0(OI [Wl N011(I Of HI[ARiNG OM AIIOWANI Ot WILL STATI OF VINT IN TIE MATTER OF THE ESTAI"[ OF Rokct . d PROBATE COURT FOR TIE DISTRICT OF IIwd To the heirs ot low end (ill persons interested in the Est0te of Robert D. Brock, kite of Newb (Vilkige of Wells Riv.r), in oid District, deceased, You are notified the, o written in- s(minim( dated Noven'.bor 10, 1980, end porporfino to be the Last Wig ond Testamem of said decnosed has been presented to the Probme Court for the District of 6redrd by fthel Brock, with o petlti0 rluesting Probate thernof. The heoring thereon has been scheduled for the 17th day of Feary, t981 at 10:00 o.m. at the Probate Cott, W.IIs Ri, Vermont. You lly oRNior then  there to show couse, irony you moy hove, wily the said instrument should not be oflowed os the Last Will ond Teslammt of the deceoled. Doled this 7 th day of Jorltj, } 981, ' /s/Reno N. Vignoou 1/21--28--2/I / I fif_.l It, ll, It, ll NOIICE Of NIA$11G ON ALLOWANC[ OF WILL STAT l OF YEl IN TH[ MATTER Of THE ESTA OF Wn. PROBATE COURT FOR IIE OISTRICT OF Ikldfod To the heirs at law and al| persons interasied in the Estate of Wentworth Putnom Blodgett, lore of Bredford, in sold Distrlcl, deceased, You ore notified lhal a written in- "'stnment doted June ]5, 1977 ond per- portir@ to be the Lost Will and Testament of said dacensed hos been presented to the Probole Covrt for the District of Bredford by Otterrnon & Allen for the Co-ExKutors nominoted therein, with o petition requesting Probate ihoreof. The heorln 9 thereon hal been scheduled for the 26th day of February, 1981 ot 11:30 a.m. I<the P(t e Cott, Wells River, Vermont. You ml appear then and there to show cause, if any you may have, why the said iostrument should not be ollowed os the Lost Will end Tetoment of th de(ea,d. Dated this 191h doy of Jonuary, 1981. / st Rent N. Vigou Jie - nqiis 1/28-2/4-tl ROOFING--T.A. KURALT ('O. All types of roofing and repairs, slate stainless seams, copper seam aluminum. 14 years in the business. Call 802- il(;t; 5547. I,ow Prices ! Work by the flour or contract. 8T--24 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 the Nati0nal Guard at their for- mer rank. even if they have been out for 20 years. You will earn between $76.00 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 packet, call SSG David Wright, in Woodsville, 747-M31 Mon.- Fri., 8 to 4:30 p.m. The Guard is New Hampshire at its best! 8T--2-2--C WANTED--Women living with Vietnam Veterans for national project exploring, the effects of the war on families. Call collect 223-3181 or write Dorothy Ted, 20 Bailey, Montpelier 05602. -Auction C.W. Gray & Sons Inc. Notice NO AUCTION at Theff00d Commission Sam Barn on Monday, Feb. 16 Resu00r Sale apin Monday, Feb. 23 ,GIANT Grocery Auction FRIDAY NIGItT, FEBRUARY 6TH S'I'ARTING Air tt : SltARP AT FAIRLEE COMMISSION SALES FAIRLEE, VT. Selling all kinds of groceries, such as cttnned vegetables, pastry, all kinds of cereals, pie fillings, cake and brownie mixes, salad oils, frozen meat such as bacon, fish, sausage, bologna,, etc., pickles, .olives, salad dressing, English muffins, spaghetti sauce, cleaning liquids, cat food, dog food, candy, soda, plus a lot, lot more. e Last Grocery Auction we had two big truck- loads, so you can see a lot of it isn't listed. BUY BY THE CASE AND SAVE Also at this sale there will be a load of fresh fruit and vegetables. Food stamps accepted. Plan to attend. AUCTIONEER, HANK SWEET FAIRLEE, VT. 333-4609 February 4, 1981-The Journal Opinion-Page I I :king PUBLIC N O T I--TC-E DE )ds m :t i r:, I II m m [., :.,,..-- 11 E AI, l.;STATF IHiAI)Fi)ILI)--IO am'es oll laved road with 526' road h'onlage. Southeastern ex- posure. ('ouI(I have exceIIcnl FOR RENT-- Bradford FOR RENT-- Home. 3 h)ng dislance views I)v /illage. One bedroom apar- bedrooms. E. Topsham, Vt. clearing s(ime of land Pew(it heated, with porch. $200 per month. 802-222-4703. 802-222-9342 before 9 AM 4T--2-ll----c 6 PM. 2T--2-4--c pacious. 2 AVAILABLE FOR IM- gromld fhlor, heated MEDIATE occupancy. A one and a two bedroom apart- ('all 8u2-222-3711 iw merit. Both with bath, wail to lan.vlime. I'!'--'z:.)l)__ wall carpeting, kitchen ap- pliances. Heat, lights, hot RENT-- 1 Bedroom apt. water, gas, and rubbish included. Bradford. $225 removal included in rent. month. 802-222-4703. Security deposit required. No 1---- children or pets in this well managed building. Mt. RENT-- 2 Bedroom apt. Gardner Apts., 43 Central St., included. Bradford. $250 Woodsville, N.H. Tel. 787-6280 month. 802-222-4703. or 787-6355. EdwardC. Patten. 4tf-c on road. (;ently sloping terrain Well im l)r,Iw]'ty. $1 i,500. CORINTll--l,ovely old ('oloniai 1781fs) set in the quaint hainh'i ot ('orinth ( enter. Many original antique features r(.stored, t>lentv o[ I'OOln fol" a large tanlily or could be a hon/e plus a sinall aparlnliqil h) reiil ,or inc()nle. Nice views ot the valley. $12,ii0ii. 'rill.: GAIIi)NEI{ A(;EN('Y, Norwich, Vt.. 1102-649-1232. IT--2-.l--c FRANCONIA INSURANCE l& REAL ESTtITE AGEN (;etli'v I':. (lili I.i';ink ('ol'l,,(I \\;live ttll,ll;li'll 6(13-82:1-5505 I"ra lii'(llli;i. . II. WINN ASSOCIATES, REALTORS 225 Main Street Littleton, New Hampshire 03561 Business (603) 444-7781 JIM & MARGARET ELLIOTT Woodsville, N.H. 03785 (603) 747-3485 EACH OFFICE iNIIEPEHDEMT:Y e'JV,'N[D AID f:PF%AT,rO NORTIIEN FI,ORll)A-- 2 wooded acres in rich agricultural area of ;.. Panllandle. iligh, dry, land. 54300. Monthly payments of only $,).t. 14 through owner with $3{}0 alOhA'it, ('all owner 1-603- 889-8254. 1"!'2-18--p , IN, - "REAL ESTATE NO. 4216-- 105 acres, Wrights Mt. Road, Bradford, V'i., i{ii::iil lsg,s00; a beautiful parcel of land, facing south and i vest, with good views; open and wooded. Owner may . finance m mmm immm N " !ii _il o. 427S--Bath, N.H. on the Monroe Road. Corn-  CI JI fortable, a-bedroom mobile home with addition and i ' I race2,ear garage on 1,, acre. $11,200. No. R--10 acres, Peacham, $5,000; frontage on all- Yyeeaarr :moadj hard &softwoods; good for recreation, ) : W.orR i , uUlld some ' or investment. Terms for seller. using  (of our listings can be owner.financed) Send fer0000our free list of land and houu00 Is No. 4171--Groton, 10 acres bordering state forest. laabo0. 222- No. 4222--Nice, 4 bedroom home on two lovely acres odford, near Wells River. Living room and dining room, two fireplaces, hardwood floors throughout, garage. $45,000.00. SERVICES it REALT00 Miriam Thomas Farms-Houses.Acreage 802-866.5961 17331).--Bradford -- 3 bdrm. renovated Cape. Modern Kitchen. hearth w-wood stove hookup, formal dining room, living room & full bath down. 2 lg. bdrms. & full bath up. Village edge location, 2 acres, attached barn & work shop. FHA ap- proved, 1 percent interest, no down payment. $49.901). 732D.--Bradford -- Looking for a home w-private h)cation & panoramic views'! 5 acres w-apple, ,urdispl plum, pear trees, raspberry, strawberry, . asparagus bed. 3 bdrms., living & dining rooms, 3601 t w-view of rots., fireplace, wood heating, low tl taxes, barn, work shop. All for the low price (if $t;:l,:m0. 1341).--Bradford -- Ideal starter or retirement home. 2 bdrms., living, dining, full bath. wood stove; easy to heat, quiet location, garden & work shop, close to shopping, 2 yrs. old. $39,900. AUCTION JCT. 5 & 25 BRAI)FORI), VT. 0503 O'Brlen Realty of Bradford for professionol service George Ihnttington, Broker 222-4703 Patricia Jeps0n, Salesma)l 222-4788 ',dinund rED) Lta S. pe :yllis ID PUBLIC N()TICE PUBLIC NOTICE ied Stmof NH 037L 603-747-3372 .2ns! No. 126--"Executive Home" -- Attractive ranch ,milllI; n acre + or - 3 bedrooms, 2 baths Partly land- r ca " ' . . 3P l'ttald. Kitchen comes with stove & refrigerator. 2 ear _,.,ai;ne.ci garage. In pretty town -- low,taxes. Offered  8,.9| Mini farm farm house on 4 open St No 18t--- 9 r  or -. 4 bedrooms, !, 2 baths. Forced hot water room 7__tt///aJleat plus wood stove Fireplace in L-R. 4 car lll Li'!rage, 2 story barn -- bring the kids, have a horse and arn ar sire le New En land _'...Yj it. You can stillenjoy " P " g" #'" ]f, y Ol life. Offered at $34,500. ,, .  t!it No. 1!12--"Neat as a pin" -- 8 room victorian home sis I bedr  hs  rate hvm room 'nng " toms. 1  bat . I m g , room, kitchen with pantry. Summer kitchen - gl t porch -- full base]nent, I car garage. Oil heat -- Hei!i ". maintained grounds with barbecue. Kitchen Kin aPliances included. Beautiful mountain & valley ews. In slnall town. very peaceful setting. Offered at reasonable $:19,900. ,st No. 185--Nice building lot in small town with h)w xes. Beautiful mountain views -- m0stly'open field; ' ner will consider financing with 25 percent down, 'taste over 4 years at l l percent. $4,900. Home: 7874120 GEORGE ROGEP,, Aslodate I,,{UNI)RY ENERGY SAVERS Separate drying loads into heavy and lightweight items. Since the lighter ones take less drying time, the dryer does not have to be on as long for these loads. I For Rent Iloveys S h (lll, is at'- ceptilig aplllicalioilS for the relll qll' ;i live I'OoIII i,ITh'h,ncy. Ileal. eh.c- iricily, hot alid cohl iva let-, pai'kill alid ruhhih removal are all inclllde(I. Privale halhi'olllil, and closet. All appliailre aild [llrnilin'e provided ill Iliif iiela'ly i'eth, coral ed COilifortahle living lit'ca that liilIM he .eell to lit' allllreeialed. Wall-lo-vall 'al'pel has been iil.hltled, hleal for relil'ell lieoph,. {'el')' i'l%lNOllllhte I';.I I e. ('trite IIOW a, it will itilili lit' reiltetl . . , C(INTA('T II()VEYS SII()I'S I N WOOIISV II,I,E. I TN! CENTURY 2r SYSTEM HELPS MORE PEOPLE BUY AND SELL MORE REAL ESTATE THAN NYONE ELSE AMERICA. That's what makes us part of the Number 1 team. Let us help you. l!i.!i!iS: ( l.qi41 ) I,illE'IITY-I 14 \\;ittt" :' I,diooni, xtilll the lllilllt iiC\\;, si(l(' - circle kilch('li lhal lias Io Ix' seen. CailSC il has a (Irx bar; iu livhil2 I'lillll hie. ill(i a I;,inlaslit llillhl Oillll. \\; ilh a lirialc. n ta,h,l I)('(tl'l)(llll, tqllla lit't,. All Ilirliish(,(t, (h,I. alld sol tip $1 .billl ihi\\; in alid invesl Sial Ior 11.I nlluilhs. AI'I( 17 piT ccitt N(ih' $21.711. ('lost'It Wt'd. (lilt'It ulida.\\; , ('itntion Midiih' Ihlni(, l,i(lui(lalors , I{I. 17 (hlilrsltt\\;\li, Nil. IT--2- I--r . ................. I_..I.).,.  19r>l i bedrooni 11 i(t(' b\\; Ill.;N('IIMAIIK. or $1.97.1i Ilia\\;/ii and 144 niolilhs al ,$1,.i. All lUrllishe(I, ali(I t,VCll has lhc NI,;W. walk in, IJay ttiii(l(l\\; Wc can ofh'r lhis ailll/illiL hell,C, I)('cau.c, the hlchlr\\;, till (liil liri('e, and lhis lachn"\\; htiilds holnt.s so prcllv thai lhey ciaiin It sell I (qil' lt C\\;Cl\ live holnt,s ill this ;II'I'H, anil lilcsc are (,x pl'iisix (' hot,its alc this wt'('k (till\\;, 1{('14. plier, $1:I,995. ,.\\;i'll I; t,l CClil Nole $27,211i. ('hlst,(I \\;Vt,d., ()l)(,li Sundays. I"airhlll(, Mol)ilc lh)nies lit. 3 Till(in. Nil. IT--2-4--c it. * , II , i iillL rl, | , y'l' .-- I , i z. New Moon mobile llome. 12 ft. x 7o fl. 3 bdrms, on 15 ac]'cs (phis (it" minus) with brook "l'\\;(i (plus or minus) acl'cS ()pen and balance wooded Set up for wood-oil heat. $15.5111i. ( 'a 1 t 81)2- 429-21 (;2. -1 t--2--LI--C MOBiI'E iIOMES--We've got a home to fit your pocketbook. I,uxurious new Windors and Iiarrisons, as well as 50 used holnes, all sizes and prices. Also choice lois available. Milch's Mobile llomes, Eft. 10. Wollsville, N.ll. 03785. 603- 747-3371;..IT--2-18--c VAI,I,EY ASSOC. OF BI{Ai)FORD 21 North Main Bradford. VT. 050"t3 ( 8112 ) 222-5544 * Newbury (COlltinued froln page I ) human resources in the community, tfave parents involved, visiting and working in the school. - Communications--have regular n%rmal meetings between school board, parents and teachers. ---The importance of teaching the basics in the morning was stressed by teachers and parents. The aim in planning is to be prevention rather than remediation. --Updated textbooks were a mandate from all. While acknowledging that "people who are involved with kids are more important than walls, etc.", the group made lhe following suggestions rarding the physical plant: --Make sure that the desks fit the children. In some eases the old high school desks presently in use do not properly fit the child. --Have a more creative play area--sound, safe play equipment with eye appeal. --Make the rooms more attractive with rugs, curtains, shelving. --Make storage space available in each room. Have more bulletin boards in the hallway. In planning, be aware Of the child's eye level. --For the teachers, provide a separate bathroom which was promised years ago. --Move the art classes to the lab room, where there is available water. The group issued the following statement: "There seems to be adequate space in this building to provide ser- vices for students and teachers, but current space usage needs to be re- evaluated. More visual stimulation is needed--an excited environment." i CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank each and every one of our friends, neighbors and relatives for the food, gifts of money, cards and expressions of sym- pathy during the loss of Herbert Bowen. Also, thanks to Dr. Martin for the help during his illness. Mrs. Jessie Iiutchinson & family, Mrs. Amy Barnes & family Mrs. Nettle Flanders & family II 00arlng BUDGET HEARING To all landowners and interested parties in the Town of tlaverhill, County of Grafton, State of New Hampshire: It is the intention of the Haverhill Budget Committee to appoint a hearing on the 10th day of February 1981 at 7:30 p.m. at the James R. Morrill School AudRorium in North Haverhill. The purpose of this hearing is to review the proposed 1981 Town of tta/'erhill Operating Budget. Testinlony will also be taken on proposed use of Revenue Sharing Funds. All citizens shall have the opportunity to provide writtenand oral comment on the possible uses of such funds. I la verhill Budget Corn inittee By A, Frank Stiegler, Ill I I II FINANCIAL SERVICES Tax Planning And Record Keeping for Prompt Personal Service CALL WILLIAM K. ARPS 802-429-2365 I IIII I II I !CLASSIFIEDS 1 , :l',l% -- I.'ilti-- ZZ %|liUll U, is'hi I a,(ik I'hicvcloped I,isphi 3 st'Is. 1{('1411h'lr $;;99., tdns Irei14hl \\;olirs Ior 25 p( '(.iil oil. T(Tiiis lqilliil' 20 77:, ;,1111 ('-Ih'cl. 2"1"--2-1--11-- WF lllW or [l(il'r(i\\;v liorst' Ior chlhheli', tan,p, ('a.ll '72 I)ATSUN 51(i Sial,on 1971 POI,ARIS "rx-|4{I Viag(m, Good condilion. Excellent condition, hlw :\\;skinl $!t(tO. ('all ('yen,rigs 802- inileage. $5110. Tel. 1102-222- I;19 57(;9 1'1'--2-1--(' - I(tinill('\\; I'illh, ('(liilt'rent:t' ................................ i! I:'lT:_ ! T.,:{::l_l ............. Ittnulwv N,li. tK|2Gt;, l'hon, FOIL SAI.E--(',I5 .Jcep, BOAT ANI) "rllAIIJ:l/- - 14 tl. I;IE;71111 9.']i4 aller 5 p.ill. yell(iw. New top. New pain t. ahlnlinuni. $2110. l(cason for rr--2-25--e Ne t)hlw. Asking 5,000 or besl soiling, sieving. ('all 1102-429- - ' .t - ............ oi'h']'. ('all B1)2-222-J327. 1"!'--2- 21!!'2:_ !172:.1--c ................. W(R)I) SPl.i'lq'Eil-- New 2 ft, 18--11 ................................ l(ol)ush. $1251i. Reason for selling, nloviug. ('all 802-429- 2162. It2-.I--c ...................................... "1'11 A("roIt--M assey- Furgns(in 65 diesel, $'a100. A'iih chains, $,110o. Reason for selling, Inovhlg. ('all B02-429- 2162. It--2--l--c AK(' I(egisiered Brilliney St)aniels. I']xt'ellenl hunling sl['k. (h'(,al house dog. 11112- 2'_"_' )r>T!l: !:I':,)::I) ............. FllEEZFI{--('hest type. (:all 60:1-795-21164. It--2-.i--c LAWNMOWER-- 20" Murray. Used only twice. $65. Call 802-222-40:]2. TF-NC WANTED-- Cash paid f6r photographs or moving pic- tures of the serious ski 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 66-2211, 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--ne ANTIQUES OF ALL m KINDS I llle Antique Touch I Ed & Lynda Kulikowski I Ro, ',e i (Lower Plain) in Bradlord. Route 5 (Lower ll I in) il l radlordit I .2.2,24,, III Residence: I I IIII IIII II I Haverhill Cooperative School District II IIIIIIIII Notice of Tinle I.iniil for l.'iling ('andidacies for Nl'llool I'oard Me,tiller and Moderator (if the I la verhill ('ooperative School District The tin(lersigned (;lerk of this School District hereith gives notice of the time limit for filing of dechu'actions of candidacy from this School l)istriet for eh,ction to the office of School Board Member and rloderator of the tlaverhill ('(ioperat iv(' School District. The eleclion ill occur during th'e Annual .Mt, etinf2 called It convene at the James R. Morrill Elen]eldal"y School, North tlaverhil[, Ne lhunpshire, on March 18, 1981 at 10:00 o'clock in the forenl)on a11d to eh)se not earlier lhan 7:00 ])'chick in the afternoon, and will be conducle(l under the non-partisan ballot law, each pre-existing district voting separately. This School I)istrict is entitled to iect the folh)wing al lhat time: I M(hTat(ir. for ternl expiring in 1982 1 School Boar(l Menlber from the pre- existing (titvicl of Ihlverhili for term expiring in 1984 I School Board Member from the pre- existing district of Woodsviile for term expiring in 1984 Wrillen (ieehlralions of candidacy must be tih,d ilh the undersigned clerk prior to 5:00 o'ch'k on February 16, 1981 in order for the sam(,, of lh( candid'lte" t()appear on the ballot. Irorms may be obhlined from the undersigned ('lerk. Fililig fee $1 .(Wt. No person nlay file a dechiration of candidacy for, Ii)r' than one position on the School Board to l)( h ct(d at such election. Anyqualified voter of this School l)isll"ict is eligible to file with the un(h'rsi1w(I. Abselilee ballots luay be applied for a{ter Februaryiti; 19ill. MAI{Y ASlll,EY ('lerk of the tlaverhill ('ooperative School District i I =[ef-I I I II I NOTICE HAVERHILL COOPERATIVE SCHOOL DISTRICT The Board of Education of the tlaverhill ('ooperative School District will present to the public the 1981-1982 Preliminary Budget'at the Janies R. Morrill Elementary School Gym in North llaverhill, N. tl. on Wednesday, February 18, 1981 at 7:30 P.M. Board of Educa tion ilaverhiil Cooperative School District iO[o/i[Wl N011C! Of NIAmltG ON ALLOWANC! OF WILL NOTICE l"ebrLuary I. 1!181 III I 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 05033 or, call 802-222-4706 or 47O7. IIIGII SCIIOOL JUNIORS AND SENIORS--- The New IIampshire 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. ('house a career that offers education, advancement, advance training, good pay kl .% NTI,:II--M id(lle aged I,'is Ill, \\;% ilh I('f(,l'ences, to ril'e h,r ('hh,rix COUl)h, in lioniv t ilii:l 353 ill411. 1'1'--7- I t, MENTAl, IIEAI.Tll-Speial Ed ilackground; positions available to provide iltensive lraning for menially han- dicapped adults, preparing for i]l(lependenl living--evenings and weekends--excellent pay call Peter Trayers, Orange (:ounty Mental tlealth. 802-728-3230. 2T--2-4--c TRAINING Opportunities-- Openings in Clerical, Diesel Mechanics, Conmiunications, a]ld F!lod Service; Full pay hile you learn. For more inftlrnialion call Jim Suinner (t'ollect) 8112-479-.q221 or tim Vernlonl Army National (urd Arnmry 222-4611. Ask ahout our $15011 Cash Bonus anti $41100 Educational and benefits -- PLUS a $1500 ,%sislance. 3T--2-18---c cash bonus or up to $4000 in .................................... Educational Assistance. Stop IIEI,P W,%NTI,;D--Likt, by the Woodsville Armory on $$$$$$7 W.rk 2o hours a wt:k South Court Street and see ll)r al)llroxinlalely$12(I.(WI For SSG David Wright or CALL illlervit:\\;\ appoiiilnienl call CX)3-747-3431, Mon.-Fri., 84:30 .hi(13. i;n:lgil!i :;3(;2. 1'1'--2- p.m. The Guard is New 25--c Hampshire at its Best! 8T--2- 25--(" I'ASII Ih!nus! if you quality \\;(ill could 14cl a $1301i elitisl ilwiil I)(inus, For hi(ire delails call ,lint Nun,,liT al 22;I-779i or 179 J721, IAq Iht, Verinolil Arni. Nalioiial (hlard hel t) )(til' hilt,re. ;VI'--2-|--C BRADFORD OIL Co. would Mke to hire two tractor trailer drivers, Must have experience and good record.. New England and New York. B]'adford Oil Company, Bradford, VT., 222-5251. TFI-14--e S,%I,I':S I'I':OI'I,E AND INVITATION TO BID The Board of School Directors of Union High School District No. 30 (Oxbow High School), including the Bradford Academy & Graded School District and Newbury Town School District, invites bids for the transportation of its st udents ( grades K- 12 ). The approximate number of students tran- sported in 1980-81 is: 95 Newbury Elementary pupils, 157 Newbury Secondary pupils, 233 Bradford Elementary, 186 Bradford Secondary. Bids should cover a period of three years beginning in September, 1981 and ending in June of 1984. Each school year will consist of ap- proximately 175 school days. Attached is a listing of existing bus routes. A contract, similar to the existing one, will be negotiated with the successful bidder (copy attached). The cost of transporting kindergarten children at mid-day should be stated separately in the space provided on the bid form. Bid specifications are available at the office of the Superintendent of Schools. Bids must be received at the office of the Superintendent of Schools, Bradford, Vermont no hlter than 1'00 P.M. on Thursday, February 19, 1981 at which time they will be publicly opened. The Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. A performance bond may be required, MANA(;ERS WANTEI)-- by hi.i l'lititlg his,lion jeweh'y COilillall.% I'xI)alidilig ill tills all,a ICor iulerview ap- tiitiiii('iil rail .hi(l%. ti(l:l 9119- :;L',I;L, I'1' ---_'- 25.---t' ,|&l, BUILDERSThe renmdeling Pros. Also repairs and new construction, Over 25 years experience. Call B02-65- 4557 for a free estimate. 8t--3- l--p STATI OF IRMONT IN TIE MATIR OF THE ESTATE OF lvmrd $. b PROBATE COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF liedford To the tirs ot law end all fmrsens interested in th Estate of Edward S. Cobb. late Of Foirlae, i soid District. deteasad. You are notified that a written in- strument doted Mo 7, 1968. and pur- porting to be the Lost Will and Testoment of said deceased hos been esentad to the Probote Court for the District of Brodfd , ANSWER TO by Edword S. Cobb, Jr. through his ot- WIle KNOWS tomeys Ottermon & Allen, with o per,ties Ill Ihe hlrl it,s. requesting Probote thereof, The hearing thereon hes been @ bedled for the 23rd day of February, 1981 at 11:30 a.m. at the Probate Court, Wefts River, Vermont. You mey appear then and there to .show couse, if ony you moy hove, why the said irtrumem houid not be ollowed os the Lost Wilt ond Testoment Of lIND deteosed. Doted this 2 lsi dey of Jonuory, 198 I. /s/Reno N. Vieou 1/28-2/4-] I Jedla . i Ii[tF_.l i0(OI [Wl N011(I Of HI[ARiNG OM AIIOWANI Ot WILL STATI OF VINT IN TIE MATTER OF THE ESTAI"[ OF Rokct . d PROBATE COURT FOR TIE DISTRICT OF IIwd To the heirs ot low end (ill persons interested in the Est0te of Robert D. Brock, kite of Newb (Vilkige of Wells Riv.r), in oid District, deceased, You are notified the, o written in- s(minim( dated Noven'.bor 10, 1980, end porporfino to be the Last Wig ond Testamem of said decnosed has been presented to the Probme Court for the District of 6redrd by fthel Brock, with o petlti0 rluesting Probate thernof. The heoring thereon has been scheduled for the 17th day of Feary, t981 at 10:00 o.m. at the Probate Cott, W.IIs Ri, Vermont. You lly oRNior then  there to show couse, irony you moy hove, wily the said instrument should not be oflowed os the Last Will ond Teslammt of the deceoled. Doled this 7 th day of Jorltj, } 981, ' /s/Reno N. Vignoou 1/21--28--2/I / I fif_.l It, ll, It, ll NOIICE Of NIA$11G ON ALLOWANC[ OF WILL STAT l OF YEl IN TH[ MATTER Of THE ESTA OF Wn. PROBATE COURT FOR IIE OISTRICT OF Ikldfod To the heirs at law and al| persons interasied in the Estate of Wentworth Putnom Blodgett, lore of Bredford, in sold Distrlcl, deceased, You ore notified lhal a written in- "'stnment doted June ]5, 1977 ond per- portir@ to be the Lost Will and Testament of said dacensed hos been presented to the Probole Covrt for the District of Bredford by Otterrnon & Allen for the Co-ExKutors nominoted therein, with o petition requesting Probate ihoreof. The heorln 9 thereon hal been scheduled for the 26th day of February, 1981 ot 11:30 a.m. I<the P(t e Cott, Wells River, Vermont. You ml appear then and there to show cause, if any you may have, why the said iostrument should not be ollowed os the Lost Will end Tetoment of th de(ea,d. Dated this 191h doy of Jonuary, 1981. / st Rent N. Vigou Jie - nqiis 1/28-2/4-tl ROOFING--T.A. KURALT ('O. All types of roofing and repairs, slate stainless seams, copper seam aluminum. 14 years in the business. Call 802- il(;t; 5547. I,ow Prices ! Work by the flour or contract. 8T--24 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 the Nati0nal Guard at their for- mer rank. even if they have been out for 20 years. You will earn between $76.00 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 packet, call SSG David Wright, in Woodsville, 747-M31 Mon.- Fri., 8 to 4:30 p.m. The Guard is New Hampshire at its best! 8T--2-2--C WANTED--Women living with Vietnam Veterans for national project exploring, the effects of the war on families. Call collect 223-3181 or write Dorothy Ted, 20 Bailey, Montpelier 05602. -Auction C.W. Gray & Sons Inc. Notice NO AUCTION at Theff00d Commission Sam Barn on Monday, Feb. 16 Resu00r Sale apin Monday, Feb. 23 ,GIANT Grocery Auction FRIDAY NIGItT, FEBRUARY 6TH S'I'ARTING Air tt : SltARP AT FAIRLEE COMMISSION SALES FAIRLEE, VT. Selling all kinds of groceries, such as cttnned vegetables, pastry, all kinds of cereals, pie fillings, cake and brownie mixes, salad oils, frozen meat such as bacon, fish, sausage, bologna,, etc., pickles, .olives, salad dressing, English muffins, spaghetti sauce, cleaning liquids, cat food, dog food, candy, soda, plus a lot, lot more. e Last Grocery Auction we had two big truck- loads, so you can see a lot of it isn't listed. BUY BY THE CASE AND SAVE Also at this sale there will be a load of fresh fruit and vegetables. Food stamps accepted. Plan to attend. AUCTIONEER, HANK SWEET FAIRLEE, VT. 333-4609