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February I0, 1982-The Second Opinion-Page 7A RK Financial and Estate Planning i Personal and Business Tax Preparation I Newbury Village, Newbury, Vermont 05051 (802) 86@5923-4 William K. Arps, C.P.A. CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT PUBLIC NOTICE j00ccom41cK 00COMMT00 PROFESSIONAL CORPORATION OF CERTIFIED PUBLK ACCOUNTANTS aS.F llis B FULLY )NT AUCTI()N As we are discontinuing farming, we will sell the following at Public Auction, at our farm, located on Rt. I I -- I mile East of Chateaugay, N.Y. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12 STARTING AT II A.M. Sharp 123 HEAD CHOICE HOLSTEINS 7 Are Registered Consisting of 73 cows of which 12 are tst calf heifers, 7 springers, 13 strictly fresh, 8 fresh in Dec., 7 due March, 4 due April, 2 due May, 3 due June, 2 due July, 2 due Aug., 5 due Sept., 7 bred for Oct. Balance of cows in all stages of lactation. 8 heifers bred for August, 10 open heifers ready to breed, 15 yearlings, 17 started calves. Cattle T.B., Blood tested, nasal innoculated and checked for pregnancy. Cattle have been on DHIA test for the last 7 months. Mostly artificial Carnation breeding. Some of these cows are milking up to 80 lbs. 6 are bred to the Metcalf Elevation Senator bull. On DHIA test this herd has an average of 4 percent milk for the last 6 months. Anyone wishing to buy good replacements to plan to attend this sale, as this is a milky herd of cows. TERMS CASll OR GOOD CIIECK LUNCH ON GROUNDS OWNERS: ROYAL &amp; GARY HILL, CHATEAUGAY, NOTICE Bradford Village Water and Sewer Customers: Effective immediately: Please make all payments for water and sewer at the Bradford  National Bank instead of at the Town Clerk's Office. Bradford Village Trustees PROPOSED STATE REGULATIONS EXPLANATION FOR CITIZENS By low, every proposed regulation must be published in on obbrovioted notice form on o weekly basis in selected nowspopers in the state. STAFFED WITH PROFESSIONAL, PARA- PROFESSIONAL AND CLERICAL PERSONNEL TO PROVIDE ALL LEVELS OF ACCOUNTING, AUDITING, TAX. MANAGEMENT AND FINANCIAL PLANNING SERVICES. .-nMtlU STREET IM-HOU$1E COMPUTllR m utDEORD VT 46 EASTERN AVE. ST. JOHNSBURY, VT. 18021222.$27() (8021748-4914 ICOME TAX PREPARATION PERSONAL AND BUSINESS RETURNS also Small Business Accounting Service provided on a monthly or quarterly basis at your place of business TRI-NA WALLSTROM 802-333-9423 N.Y. AUCTIONEERS: C.W. GRAY & SONS, INC., EAST THETFORD, VT. 785-4348 or 785-2161 R. & R. LUSSIER LYNDONVII,LE, VT. 626-5448 N.Y. LICENSE NO. 0110 STATE OF VERMONT PROBATE COURT DISTRICT OF BRADFORD, ss ORDLII DE NOTICE OF CNANGE OF NAME Of A MINOR WHEREAS, Diane Kerr of Vershire in said District has mode application to the tour1 setting forth her request that her minor son, Dstin Lawrence Pereslete will hereafter be known and called Dustin Lawronce Kerr and the Court has usslgned the First day of March, 1982 at the Probate Office in Wells River for o hearing on the matter, you may appear at that time and place if you desire to contest and NOTla[ Of NUIINO ON ALLOWANCE OF WILL STATE OF VERMONT IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Be,,,tor S. IobMm PROBATE COURT FOR THE DISTRICT Of 8redford To the heirs at low and aft persons in- terested in the Estate of Eleanor S. Robinson, late of Stratford, in said District, deceased: You are notified that a written instrument dated January 3, 1973, and purporting to be the Lost Will and Testament of said deceased has been presented to the Probate Court for the District of Bradford by Noword S. Robinson, with a petition requesting Probato The purpose of publishin9 these regulations is to give you a chance to respond, orally or in writin 9. The law also says the agency must hold o public headeg on a proposed reguintian if 25 persons or an association hevin9 at least 25 members requests it in writing. To get o copy of a rule or make suggestions to the agency, call or writo the ctmtoct person listed below for each regulation. You caD also make comments to the Legislative Committee which reviews regulations by contacting the Committee on Administrativo Rules, State House, Moatpeiler, VT 05602 (tolelone: 828- 2231 ). You may also write to the Secretary of State, 109 State Street, Pavilion Building, Montpeliar, VT 05602, or call this office toll free at 1-800-642-5155, ADMINISTRATIVE ORGANIZATION & PROCEDURES & AGENCY RULES OF PRACTICE Vermont Proposed Rule 82-P4 AGENCY: Liquor Control Department FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: (Miss) Jean A. Hickey, Liquor Commissioner, State Office Building, Montpelier, VT 05602. Phone: 828-2345 or 1-800-642- 3134. 1982 SPRING AND FALL TURKEY SEASONS Vermont Proposed Rule 82-P5 AGENCY: Fish and Game Deportment FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Roger A. 00CLAS IFIED ........ III I I IA_I il i ii tl 114,1/ 'j 'i) i. l00ll pmvtlt100 DOG BOARDING-- BRIGHTEN UP the After BE CREATIVE! Earn extra Reasonable rates, personal Holiday Blues i.. Hostess a income! Teach and demon- care, heated kennel, in- needlecraft demonstration -- strate neediecrafts. Enjoy full dividual runs, stereo music, Receive Beautiful Free Gifts time money with part-time hours by appointment. Gisela -- Free lessons in Crewel, hours. No experience Clogston, West Corinth, 802- needlepoint or Stitch 'n' Stuff. necessary, will train. Call 439-6261. 8T--3-24---c Call Carol at 802'222-4696. Carol at 802-222-4696. 3T--3- 3T--3-10--P 10--P FOR SALE-- 2 Baby Guinea Pigs. Tel: 802-222-4788 after 5 p.m. IT--3-10-- F'lli',||[ell'lL?i11lllll(ll[OPEN YOUR OWN retail apparel shop. Offer the latest IIAVE JOBSaround the house in jeans, denims and sport- rAllgllgOb.grGlldltlHk L Ilud need doing, but not the swear. $11,950.00 includes linle or know how? t'all B.l's 1977 FORD Fi00-- 6cyl.,std. 8 Ilandynmn Service after 5, foot cap and ladder rack 802- 1{{12.1:.1 53!11. Also. snow and 222-4584. Warren Sweet. ice z'ontoval. Reasonable. 3T--I 2-17--P 8T--2-2 I--c TRUCK FOR SALE--- 1972 7- rard International Dump ruck. 802-785-2997. 8T--3- 24----< FOR SALE--- Stock car ready to go, with parts. Call 603-632- 7661 ask for Mark Packard. 2T--2-3---c FOR SALE-- Pinto race car with or without motor. Good dirt tires. Best offer. 802-476- 8768. 8T3-I0--c WANTED WANTED-- Old Bolens or Husky Snowmachines. Call 802-866-5921 or 802-757-3960. 8T3-17---c WANTED-- Vermont homestead, 50 acres, livable house, electricity, fields, sugarbush, class three road. No realtors please. 203-228- 0109 evenings or J.O. Box No. 88. Bradford, Vt. 05033. 8T--3- 10--p WANTED-- Used or old inventory, fixtures, etc. Complete Store! Open in as little as 2 weeks anywhere in U.S.A. (Also infants and children's shop). Call MR. LEE 1-800-874-4780. IT--3- 10---p CARD OF THANKS for Aletha MacFarlane Wamb01dt To all our friends and neighbors, we wish to express our sincere thanks for the love, concern and sympathy shown to us through the illness and death of our loved one, Aletha MacFarlane Wamboldt. The prayers, flowers, telephone calls, food, letters, and cards were a great comfort to us. A special thanks to Aletha's doctors and nurses at M.H,M. Hospital. Our thanks to all for the many contributions to the Peabody Library in her memory. With sincere thanks The Families of Aletha M. Wamboldt decoys, old books on hunting WHEREAS, the oddressesofoflinterested thereof. Whitcomb, Director of Law Enforcement, Fish and and fishing. Write Box 454, persons are unknown the Court has ordered The hearing thereon has been scheduled that this notice be published for three for the 23rd day of Februory, 1982at11:00 Game DepartmenJ, State Office Building, Montpelier, Bradford, Vt. 05033. Tf--ne successive weeks in the Jeemel Opidm, o a.m. at the Probate Court, Wells River, v'r 05602. Phone: 828-3371. newspaper published at Bradford in said Vermont. Y,ou arty opptlthen and there to C7" C--d 20Y(RS {"P'qPE--N  w, --O m' District show cause, if any you may hove, why the  gll WANTED--'['rack for a 1975 GIVEN UNDER MY HAND this 26th day of said instrument should not be allowed as the Ski-DaD Snowmobile, Elan January, 1982 at Wells Riverin saJdDistrict. Last Willond Testament of the daceased. 250. Call (603) 787-6194 or (802) I sl RenD N. Vigeeou Dated this 13th day of January, 1982. INTERESTING FACT 1 sMIrIll k ' 2/3-10-17 Jmlge Is/ RenaN. Vignu By the time Mozart died at  222-5281. 2T--2-10--- Juba age 35, he had written 600 l,q[RlIt !V!Elli.!!'l-! WANTED-- Littleton Pay -'llkql_m3"-J _,__l_dl_,Id_'le@_,l: 1/27-213-10 operas, operettas, concertos lp[!lPh!gll_!!! Scout Troop 209 needs $150 FOR PICK-UP TRUCKS . , , . sonatas, serenades, motets, [;]LIB01LIllRII- I uniforms and rope. Please call (includespaintmaterials) '='[i '"  "'1' masses and other types of [SJLlglPllSl]TlglR[gl Scout Master John Pilgrim. BODY WORK EXTRA S)__,m classicalmusic. 1 IPlEISIClolmllcl 603-444-2033or444-5988. tf--IZ- S,A.of,ll,.o,, DISTRICT Of BRADFORD, SS. DISTRICT Of Bradford, Vt., SS. ear Ends /=(?./j TO the Creditors of the Estate of Helen To the Creditors of the Estate of Ruth A. lanY:mals n  .................. RI:,jjIIS_IO]DIA1 / Giraffes walk by moving pshire deceased. Priscilla B. Banker of Thetford Center, Lawrence H. Piper of Box 599 Drewsville, Vermont 05075 hereby states that s.he has Much larger than any lion, J/l both legs on one side and then o s New Hampshire hereby states that he bus been apnted a personal representonve of the Siberian tiger sometimes ,1    ,    . 2 '" both legs on the other side. been appointed o personal representative of the above estate. All creditors having claims (802) 222-4451 theobeveestote. All creditorshevingclaims against the above estate ore required to measures up to 13 feet long, = ,-,= o= , This movement is called "" -- ________ against the above estate are required to present the claim in writing within four including the tail. pacing. present the claim in wriling within four months after the date of the firs1 publkofion -CLEMENT montt after the data of the first publication LOWER PLAINS BRADFORD, VI". ITERESTING FACT slice of bread makes a third of a cup of dry i crumbs or three- .rs of a cup of soft bread }8. INTERESTING FACT Nutritious and delicious: thicken soup by blending in a tablespoon of peanut butter per quart of liquid in place of flour. You'll have a creamy soup with hearty flavor. THOMAS REALTY00Nc FA RIV/S-HOUSES-A CREA GE Newburv, Vernlont (802) 866-5961 at3randdad seldom wasted money on store- r, SOme string, and bait. You can too.., once you w hie trick. r the partly filled pail with brown paper (cut ge grocery sack), held taut and in place with nan set the pail in a corner of the utility room, m, pantry, barn, or wherever the unwanted g. a piece of scrap lumber to make a ramp from the the top of the bucket and put a small mound of walnut meats, or aome such treat in the of the pail's paper top. It's also a good idea TO u an attractive chunk of bait directly over the of the mouse food. wo or three t the critters gorge on this react for t ts (replace the bait as necessary) until the whole g:ts in the habit of freeloading on top of the buck- n use a r v sh kmfe to care- azor blade or ery arp " slit an "X" in the center of the pail's cover {direct- oath the hanging bait) ... thereby creating a aatically resets itselL dump of the bucket the following morning most every troublesome mouse in the vaye helps to have more than one technique up SO here's a means of protecting your pan- t any rodents who escape the bucket trapI take an old dinner plate, a bowl (about one nat'-e), and a thimble filled with a mice-enticing P] lace the bowl upside down on the plate with e of the bowl propped up on the side of the thim- I open end of the food.filled thimble should face bowl.) tar nibbles on the bait, the bowl will fall uurue, it a prisoner. You can then drop the whole rata a p.ml." of water (or .otherwise dispose of nwanted vmztor a YaO;S?2re is hardiy a joy- Mthouh thethe death o rodents which' ee aZ ent, elimination of -- po o  to the health of animals and humans alike-- netraes a necessary task The methods described a H-- y h.el:p, you control your rodent population effi- ,v d cleanly. ditlonol information on pelt control or on THE MOTHER magazine, send your name and IddffNle, to Doing e Iper. Ask for Reprint NO. 537; "PII- :trol". !t3t i hereof to the above persunal representative at the above oddruss or to the Register of the Probate Court at Wells River, Vermont, or said claim will be forever barred. Dated at Bradford this 18th day of January, 1982. Lawrence H. Piper PermM Rqwemttbo 1127-2/3-10 hereof to the above personal representative at the above address or to the Register of the Probate Court at Wells River, Vermont, or said claim will be forever harred. Dated at Thotford Center, Vt. this 2nd day of February, 1982. Priscilla B. Banker Persmal geprsotettve 2/10-17-24 STATE Of VERMONT STATE Of VERMONT NOTRE T0 cmmmRs NOTICE TO ClnlTOgS AVAILABLE FOR IM- DISTRICT OF BRADFORD, SS. DISTRICTOF BRADFORD, %. MEDIATE occupancy. A one ' To the Creditors of the Estate of Eleanor To the Creditors of the Estate of Francis Folsoml.aselllateof Newhury, dereosed and a two bedroom apart- Andrew "J. Jorrell of West Newbury, P. Keyes, late of Newbury, deceased. Vermont 05085 hereby states that he has Louise M. Keyes of Newbury, Vermont ment. Both with bath wall to been appointed o personal representative of 05051 hereby states that she has been wall carpeting, kitchen ap- the above eslote, All creditors having claims appointed a personal representative of the pliances. Heat, lights, hot against the above estate ore required to above estate. All creditors having claims water, gas, and rubbish present the claim in writing within four oguinst the above estate are required to months after the date of the firsl publication present the claim in writing within four removal included in rent. hereof to the above personal representative months after the date of the first publication ecuritY deposit required. No at the above address or to the Register of the hereof to the above personal representative children or pets in this well Probate Court at Wells River, Vermont, or at theabeveaddressortotheRegisterofthe nanaged building. Mt. said claim will be forever barred. Probate Court at Wells River, Vermont, or 3ardner Apts., 43 Central St., Doted at Newbury this 21st day of said claim will be forever harred. January, 1982. Dated at Newbury this 271h day of Woodsville, N.H. Tel. 787-680 Andrew J. Jarrell January, 1982. or 787-6355. Edward C. Patten. Louise M. Keyes 4---tf--c Personal Represeatetive Pel lepreselaflve 2/3-10-17 TO RENT-- Responsible tenants for two bedroom farmhouse in East Corinth. TITCH IN TIM Noosrm Caretaker type situation can ON towlla o wilt be arranged. $22A, no utilities. *'AVl T/ IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Fred required. If interested please STATE OF VERMONT Price negotiable. References Neywerdli PROBATE COURT FOR THE c311617-468-4970. 8T--3-24--- DISTRICT Of 8mlfe.I . Rural life with flight (continued from page 5A) oldest houses in Newbury, vintage about 1790. After renovating the house, he rented it until 1976, when he resigned from his job at Corneli and moved to his house in Newbury. Upon arrival in Newbury, To the heirs at law and all persons in- ,y. IIL,l_m____.__ terested in the Estate of Fred Hoyward II, late ' s I " s ;-'-:j of Fairlee, in said District, deceased: You are notified that a written i.nstrumeat dated October 1 O, 1979, and purporting to be the Last Will and Testamaat at said deceased has been prosonted to the Probate Court for the District at 8rodford by John Morale, Esq,, with a petition requesting Probate thereof. The hearing thereon has been scheduled for the 2nd day of March, 1982 at 10:00 A.M at the Probate Court, Wells River, Vermont. You may appear then and there to show cause, if any you may have; why the said instrument should not be allowed as the Last Will and Testament of the deceased. Dated this 2 Ist day at January, 1982. /sl RenaN. Vigeau ke 2/3-10-17 SPECIAL WINTER SALE-- Brand new 2 bedroom, pitched roof, 14 wide, furnished $13,000. Reconditioned 12 x 60, 3 bedroom $5995. furnished. Nice 2 bedroom, 10 x 50 $2495. As is special, 2 bedroom, 10 x 50, $1250. (Fixer-upper). Over 50 homes to choose from. Several for rent and some with owner-financing available. Mitch's Mobile Homes, Rt. 10, Woodsville. 603-747-3376. 4T2-17c $595 DOWN-- Your cb Shauger took a job with Post wide, 3 bedr., Van Dyke or 12 Mills Airport where he gave wide, 2 bedr., Villager, both flying lemons and towed clean and all furnished, del. and set up. Cash price $5,995. sailplanes. He would work on ESTATll Of lllizebetk Lee Scull his house in the evening, .TATE OF VERMONT Payments 60 at $148. APR 21 sometimes to 1 a.m. tie also was doing general contracting work. Joins Air Guard The Shauger's lived at the Newbury house until 1978 when they purchased their present home in S. Newbury. Stephen's introduction to the Vermont Air National Guard started in 1976. At that time, he had applied to the VANG and expressed an interest in Probate Court District of Bradford, so. To all interested persons: At the Probate Court in Wells River, the 20th day of Jonuery, 1982, on authenticated copy of the lost Will and Testament and the Probate at Elizabeth Lee Scull late of Silver Spring, in the County of Montgomery, in the State of IVlorylond, deceased, leaving estate io said district,-doly proved allowed and established in the Circuit Court for the County and State aforesaid, wus presented to this Court, agreeable to the statute in such cases. And it is ordered by said Court that the 1 st day of March, 1982 at the Probele Court in Wells River, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, flying. Early in 1978, he be assigeed for all persons interested to appear and contest the allowance of such received a post card asking if instrument, and the probate thereof, if they he was still interested, see cause; and that notice thereat be given The Vermont Guard had by publishing this order three weeks suc- cessively in the Jrml Old'm, o newspaper just received eight additional published in said District, previousto the time B-ST's and they needed more appointed. pilots. Historically, the Vermont Guard tries to hire Vermoniers. After the necessary paperwork was completed, Shauger checked out in a T-33 jet trainer. He then spent three n,mths at (please turn to page 8A) 7/3 lo 17 Therefore. you are hereby notified to ----- appear before said Court, at the time and place aforesaid, and coutest the allowance of the said instrument and the prohate thereof, if you hove cause, Gbee under My Hand, rCent Note $8,880. Closed d. Open Sundays, Citation Mobile Homes, Rt. 12 Charlestown, N.H. (603) 826- 5118. ITs3-10-- DREAM IIOME-- by Liberty, 70x14 3 bedr. with the exciting, private circle kitchen, Walk-in Bay window, Super large living room, with a wood burmng fireplace, and the bathroom, of course has the garden tub. All furnished, del. and set up, only $17,995 or $1,800 down and 144 months at $298. APR 19.90 percent Note $42,912. Closed Wed. Open Sundays. Fairlane Mobile Homes, Rt. 3 Triton, N.H. IT--3-10---c INTERESTING FACT at Wells River in said District, Modern dance is said to this 21st day of JonuorY. t982. have begun with Isadora /s/RenoN. Vigneou Duncan, born in San Fran- e ciscoin 1878. III ESTATE i I I I I I I I 11 I VALLE*'OC'O" 00"AOFO"O 21 North Main St., Bradford, VT (802) 222-5544 MOBILE HOME -- $25,000 1973 14'x70' 3 bedroom mobile home on 1: acres wooded land. Economical wood and kerosene heat. Convenient location near main highway just minutes to Barre or . t =r-1 I/=l,;'g [_,111 LAND FOR SALE: 5 acres of commercial or residential land. One quarter mile from Interstate 91. Write Box 165, RFD, East Thetford, Vt. 8T3-24--e Martha H. Davies REAL ESTATE At Thetford Pharmacy East Thetford, Vt. 05043 (8{)2) 785-2849 Member Vt.-N.H. MLS VILLAGE CAPE -- $32,000 Overlooking the village green, cape with 2 apartments and 2-car garage. Be your own landlord! Live in one, rent one. Possible owner financing. RAISED RANCH  $55,000 Country living without sacrificing con- venience. Wood stove hookup plus wood furnace. Maple kitchen cabinets, built-in kitchen appliances. Carpeted. Beautiful bow window. All on 3.8+- acres. Possible owner EXCELLENT VALUE 3 bedroom Cape, detached one-car garage, and 2acres +- convenient to nice town; first floor has kitchen, dining room, living room, bedroom and bath; second floor has two bedrooms. Needs some carpentry work but is a very good value at $33,000. CORINTH, VERMONT l,ovely 17 Cape in excellent repair, barns, and 110 acres -: House has 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, oil hot air furnace plus two wood stoves for heat; there is a sugarbush and sugar house plus a small pond and beautiful views. $175,000. VILLAGE COLONIAL Plenty of room in this village home -- enough to make an apartment upstairs for income. First floor has kitchen, dining, living, den or bedroom, and bath; second floor has four rooms. Two-car detached garage plus car space in the eli and plenty of storage room. $30,000. FAIRLEE CAPE, BARNS, AND 4 ACRES Beautiful setting for this 3 or 4 bedroom Cape on a paved road; first floor has entrance with shed and woodshed, summer kitchen, kitchen with dining area, living room with excellent fireplace and dining area, bedroom or den, and full bath; second floor has three good-sized bedrooms and storage space. Recent hot air oil heating system, cold storage area for vegetables; other buildings consist of a blacksmith shop, carriage shed or garage, corn crib and barn. $62,000. RICHARDSON ASSOCIATES INCORPORATED m 802-222-4765 NO. 4396A -- 10 acres, Orford, NH, $15,000; on btocktop rd., electricity, good for yam round home, NO. 31127 - 50 ecres, Brfoed 20,000: wooded; abandoned form site. NO. 430M -- 10 acres, Bradford, $5,300; wooded and on Chase Hollow Road. NO. 4361A-- 10 ncres, NeWoury, $6,900; good views; wooded; Dear Hall's Lake, NO. 436911 - 45 acres, Corinth, VT., $13,500; brooks, good growing and mature timber, good for investment and recreation; owner may take back mortgage. I. 43828-- I0 acres, Brodtord, $5,000; good for recroatlea hon',e; wooded with brook, IO. 4584 -- Mobile home on 15 OCres, Newbuty, $19,500.2-3 acres Open land. No. 4395D-- 3 acres, Pike Hill, Corinth, $ 5,300. Good house site. I II 664D.--CtlARMING CAPE w-country kitchen, dining rm., living rm., den, wide board floors. Privately located on 10 acres w-2 rambling brooEs. $65,000. 784D.--RANCll 1laME w-4 bdrms., kitchen & dining combination, bathroom w-laundry chute, 2 finished rooms in basement, root cellar, screened porch, garden area, I acre. $39,000. 785D.MOBILE HOME w-built-on addition w-wood stove. 1 bdrm. on each end with kitchen & living rm. in center. 2 acres. $25,000. 787D.--MOBILE HOME w-2 bdrms., kitchen & living rm. combination, bath. Stove, refrig., and washer hook-up. To be moved or kept in park. $4,400. 769D.-- TWO 10 ACRE LOTS w-great views, elec- tricity, telephone, & good roads to property. $15.000 ea. lot: O'Brien Realty of Bradford Jct. 5 & 25 Tel: 222-47(13 Bradford, Vt. 05033 George lluntington, Broker Edmund Bednarski, Salesman 222-5792 Patriia Jepson, Salesman 222-4788 bi.e Leuthoid I Salesman (603 I) 747-33721111 'I iiiiiiiiii February I0, 1982-The Second Opinion-Page 7A RK Financial and Estate Planning i Personal and Business Tax Preparation I Newbury Village, Newbury, Vermont 05051 (802) 86@5923-4 William K. Arps, C.P.A. CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT PUBLIC NOTICE j00ccom41cK 00COMMT00 PROFESSIONAL CORPORATION OF CERTIFIED PUBLK ACCOUNTANTS aS.F llis B FULLY )NT AUCTI()N As we are discontinuing farming, we will sell the following at Public Auction, at our farm, located on Rt. I I -- I mile East of Chateaugay, N.Y. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12 STARTING AT II A.M. Sharp 123 HEAD CHOICE HOLSTEINS 7 Are Registered Consisting of 73 cows of which 12 are tst calf heifers, 7 springers, 13 strictly fresh, 8 fresh in Dec., 7 due March, 4 due April, 2 due May, 3 due June, 2 due July, 2 due Aug., 5 due Sept., 7 bred for Oct. Balance of cows in all stages of lactation. 8 heifers bred for August, 10 open heifers ready to breed, 15 yearlings, 17 started calves. Cattle T.B., Blood tested, nasal innoculated and checked for pregnancy. Cattle have been on DHIA test for the last 7 months. Mostly artificial Carnation breeding. Some of these cows are milking up to 80 lbs. 6 are bred to the Metcalf Elevation Senator bull. On DHIA test this herd has an average of 4 percent milk for the last 6 months. Anyone wishing to buy good replacements to plan to attend this sale, as this is a milky herd of cows. TERMS CASll OR GOOD CIIECK LUNCH ON GROUNDS OWNERS: ROYAL & GARY HILL, CHATEAUGAY, NOTICE Bradford Village Water and Sewer Customers: Effective immediately: Please make all payments for water and sewer at the Bradford  National Bank instead of at the Town Clerk's Office. Bradford Village Trustees PROPOSED STATE REGULATIONS EXPLANATION FOR CITIZENS By low, every proposed regulation must be published in on obbrovioted notice form on o weekly basis in selected nowspopers in the state. STAFFED WITH PROFESSIONAL, PARA- PROFESSIONAL AND CLERICAL PERSONNEL TO PROVIDE ALL LEVELS OF ACCOUNTING, AUDITING, TAX. MANAGEMENT AND FINANCIAL PLANNING SERVICES. .-nMtlU STREET IM-HOU$1E COMPUTllR m utDEORD VT 46 EASTERN AVE. ST. JOHNSBURY, VT. 18021222.$27() (8021748-4914 ICOME TAX PREPARATION PERSONAL AND BUSINESS RETURNS also Small Business Accounting Service provided on a monthly or quarterly basis at your place of business TRI-NA WALLSTROM 802-333-9423 N.Y. AUCTIONEERS: C.W. GRAY & SONS, INC., EAST THETFORD, VT. 785-4348 or 785-2161 R. & R. LUSSIER LYNDONVII,LE, VT. 626-5448 N.Y. LICENSE NO. 0110 STATE OF VERMONT PROBATE COURT DISTRICT OF BRADFORD, ss ORDLII DE NOTICE OF CNANGE OF NAME Of A MINOR WHEREAS, Diane Kerr of Vershire in said District has mode application to the tour1 setting forth her request that her minor son, Dstin Lawrence Pereslete will hereafter be known and called Dustin Lawronce Kerr and the Court has usslgned the First day of March, 1982 at the Probate Office in Wells River for o hearing on the matter, you may appear at that time and place if you desire to contest and NOTla[ Of NUIINO ON ALLOWANCE OF WILL STATE OF VERMONT IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Be,,,tor S. IobMm PROBATE COURT FOR THE DISTRICT Of 8redford To the heirs at low and aft persons in- terested in the Estate of Eleanor S. Robinson, late of Stratford, in said District, deceased: You are notified that a written instrument dated January 3, 1973, and purporting to be the Lost Will and Testament of said deceased has been presented to the Probate Court for the District of Bradford by Noword S. Robinson, with a petition requesting Probato The purpose of publishin9 these regulations is to give you a chance to respond, orally or in writin 9. The law also says the agency must hold o public headeg on a proposed reguintian if 25 persons or an association hevin9 at least 25 members requests it in writing. To get o copy of a rule or make suggestions to the agency, call or writo the ctmtoct person listed below for each regulation. You caD also make comments to the Legislative Committee which reviews regulations by contacting the Committee on Administrativo Rules, State House, Moatpeiler, VT 05602 (tolelone: 828- 2231 ). You may also write to the Secretary of State, 109 State Street, Pavilion Building, Montpeliar, VT 05602, or call this office toll free at 1-800-642-5155, ADMINISTRATIVE ORGANIZATION & PROCEDURES & AGENCY RULES OF PRACTICE Vermont Proposed Rule 82-P4 AGENCY: Liquor Control Department FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: (Miss) Jean A. Hickey, Liquor Commissioner, State Office Building, Montpelier, VT 05602. Phone: 828-2345 or 1-800-642- 3134. 1982 SPRING AND FALL TURKEY SEASONS Vermont Proposed Rule 82-P5 AGENCY: Fish and Game Deportment FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Roger A. 00CLAS IFIED ........ III I I IA_I il i ii tl 114,1/ 'j 'i) i. l00ll pmvtlt100 DOG BOARDING-- BRIGHTEN UP the After BE CREATIVE! Earn extra Reasonable rates, personal Holiday Blues i.. Hostess a income! Teach and demon- care, heated kennel, in- needlecraft demonstration -- strate neediecrafts. Enjoy full dividual runs, stereo music, Receive Beautiful Free Gifts time money with part-time hours by appointment. Gisela -- Free lessons in Crewel, hours. No experience Clogston, West Corinth, 802- needlepoint or Stitch 'n' Stuff. necessary, will train. Call 439-6261. 8T--3-24---c Call Carol at 802'222-4696. Carol at 802-222-4696. 3T--3- 3T--3-10--P 10--P FOR SALE-- 2 Baby Guinea Pigs. Tel: 802-222-4788 after 5 p.m. IT--3-10-- F'lli',||[ell'lL?i11lllll(ll[OPEN YOUR OWN retail apparel shop. Offer the latest IIAVE JOBSaround the house in jeans, denims and sport- rAllgllgOb.grGlldltlHk L Ilud need doing, but not the swear. $11,950.00 includes linle or know how? t'all B.l's 1977 FORD Fi00-- 6cyl.,std. 8 Ilandynmn Service after 5, foot cap and ladder rack 802- 1{{12.1:.1 53!11. Also. snow and 222-4584. Warren Sweet. ice z'ontoval. Reasonable. 3T--I 2-17--P 8T--2-2 I--c TRUCK FOR SALE--- 1972 7- rard International Dump ruck. 802-785-2997. 8T--3- 24----< FOR SALE--- Stock car ready to go, with parts. Call 603-632- 7661 ask for Mark Packard. 2T--2-3---c FOR SALE-- Pinto race car with or without motor. Good dirt tires. Best offer. 802-476- 8768. 8T3-I0--c WANTED WANTED-- Old Bolens or Husky Snowmachines. Call 802-866-5921 or 802-757-3960. 8T3-17---c WANTED-- Vermont homestead, 50 acres, livable house, electricity, fields, sugarbush, class three road. No realtors please. 203-228- 0109 evenings or J.O. Box No. 88. Bradford, Vt. 05033. 8T--3- 10--p WANTED-- Used or old inventory, fixtures, etc. Complete Store! Open in as little as 2 weeks anywhere in U.S.A. (Also infants and children's shop). Call MR. LEE 1-800-874-4780. IT--3- 10---p CARD OF THANKS for Aletha MacFarlane Wamb01dt To all our friends and neighbors, we wish to express our sincere thanks for the love, concern and sympathy shown to us through the illness and death of our loved one, Aletha MacFarlane Wamboldt. The prayers, flowers, telephone calls, food, letters, and cards were a great comfort to us. A special thanks to Aletha's doctors and nurses at M.H,M. Hospital. Our thanks to all for the many contributions to the Peabody Library in her memory. With sincere thanks The Families of Aletha M. Wamboldt decoys, old books on hunting WHEREAS, the oddressesofoflinterested thereof. Whitcomb, Director of Law Enforcement, Fish and and fishing. Write Box 454, persons are unknown the Court has ordered The hearing thereon has been scheduled that this notice be published for three for the 23rd day of Februory, 1982at11:00 Game DepartmenJ, State Office Building, Montpelier, Bradford, Vt. 05033. Tf--ne successive weeks in the Jeemel Opidm, o a.m. at the Probate Court, Wells River, v'r 05602. Phone: 828-3371. newspaper published at Bradford in said Vermont. Y,ou arty opptlthen and there to C7" C--d 20Y(RS {"P'qPE--N  w, --O m' District show cause, if any you may hove, why the  gll WANTED--'['rack for a 1975 GIVEN UNDER MY HAND this 26th day of said instrument should not be allowed as the Ski-DaD Snowmobile, Elan January, 1982 at Wells Riverin saJdDistrict. Last Willond Testament of the daceased. 250. Call (603) 787-6194 or (802) I sl RenD N. Vigeeou Dated this 13th day of January, 1982. INTERESTING FACT 1 sMIrIll k ' 2/3-10-17 Jmlge Is/ RenaN. Vignu By the time Mozart died at  222-5281. 2T--2-10--- Juba age 35, he had written 600 l,q[RlIt !V!Elli.!!'l-! WANTED-- Littleton Pay -'llkql_m3"-J _,__l_dl_,Id_'le@_,l: 1/27-213-10 operas, operettas, concertos lp[!lPh!gll_!!! Scout Troop 209 needs $150 FOR PICK-UP TRUCKS . , , . sonatas, serenades, motets, [;]LIB01LIllRII- I uniforms and rope. Please call (includespaintmaterials) '='[i '"  "'1' masses and other types of [SJLlglPllSl]TlglR[gl Scout Master John Pilgrim. BODY WORK EXTRA S)__,m classicalmusic. 1 IPlEISIClolmllcl 603-444-2033or444-5988. tf--IZ- S,A.of,ll,.o,, DISTRICT Of BRADFORD, SS. DISTRICT Of Bradford, Vt., SS. ear Ends /=(?./j TO the Creditors of the Estate of Helen To the Creditors of the Estate of Ruth A. lanY:mals n  .................. RI:,jjIIS_IO]DIA1 / Giraffes walk by moving pshire deceased. Priscilla B. Banker of Thetford Center, Lawrence H. Piper of Box 599 Drewsville, Vermont 05075 hereby states that s.he has Much larger than any lion, J/l both legs on one side and then o s New Hampshire hereby states that he bus been apnted a personal representonve of the Siberian tiger sometimes ,1    ,    . 2 '" both legs on the other side. been appointed o personal representative of the above estate. All creditors having claims (802) 222-4451 theobeveestote. All creditorshevingclaims against the above estate ore required to measures up to 13 feet long, = ,-,= o= , This movement is called "" -- ________ against the above estate are required to present the claim in writing within four including the tail. pacing. present the claim in wriling within four months after the date of the firs1 publkofion -CLEMENT montt after the data of the first publication LOWER PLAINS BRADFORD, VI". ITERESTING FACT slice of bread makes a third of a cup of dry i crumbs or three- .rs of a cup of soft bread }8. INTERESTING FACT Nutritious and delicious: thicken soup by blending in a tablespoon of peanut butter per quart of liquid in place of flour. You'll have a creamy soup with hearty flavor. THOMAS REALTY00Nc FA RIV/S-HOUSES-A CREA GE Newburv, Vernlont (802) 866-5961 at3randdad seldom wasted money on store- r, SOme string, and bait. You can too.., once you w hie trick. r the partly filled pail with brown paper (cut ge grocery sack), held taut and in place with nan set the pail in a corner of the utility room, m, pantry, barn, or wherever the unwanted g. a piece of scrap lumber to make a ramp from the the top of the bucket and put a small mound of walnut meats, or aome such treat in the of the pail's paper top. It's also a good idea TO u an attractive chunk of bait directly over the of the mouse food. wo or three t the critters gorge on this react for t ts (replace the bait as necessary) until the whole g:ts in the habit of freeloading on top of the buck- n use a r v sh kmfe to care- azor blade or ery arp " slit an "X" in the center of the pail's cover {direct- oath the hanging bait) ... thereby creating a aatically resets itselL dump of the bucket the following morning most every troublesome mouse in the vaye helps to have more than one technique up SO here's a means of protecting your pan- t any rodents who escape the bucket trapI take an old dinner plate, a bowl (about one nat'-e), and a thimble filled with a mice-enticing P] lace the bowl upside down on the plate with e of the bowl propped up on the side of the thim- I open end of the food.filled thimble should face bowl.) tar nibbles on the bait, the bowl will fall uurue, it a prisoner. You can then drop the whole rata a p.ml." of water (or .otherwise dispose of nwanted vmztor a YaO;S?2re is hardiy a joy- Mthouh thethe death o rodents which' ee aZ ent, elimination of -- po o  to the health of animals and humans alike-- netraes a necessary task The methods described a H-- y h.el:p, you control your rodent population effi- ,v d cleanly. ditlonol information on pelt control or on THE MOTHER magazine, send your name and IddffNle, to Doing e Iper. Ask for Reprint NO. 537; "PII- :trol". !t3t i hereof to the above persunal representative at the above oddruss or to the Register of the Probate Court at Wells River, Vermont, or said claim will be forever barred. Dated at Bradford this 18th day of January, 1982. Lawrence H. Piper PermM Rqwemttbo 1127-2/3-10 hereof to the above personal representative at the above address or to the Register of the Probate Court at Wells River, Vermont, or said claim will be forever harred. Dated at Thotford Center, Vt. this 2nd day of February, 1982. Priscilla B. Banker Persmal geprsotettve 2/10-17-24 STATE Of VERMONT STATE Of VERMONT NOTRE T0 cmmmRs NOTICE TO ClnlTOgS AVAILABLE FOR IM- DISTRICT OF BRADFORD, SS. DISTRICTOF BRADFORD, %. MEDIATE occupancy. A one ' To the Creditors of the Estate of Eleanor To the Creditors of the Estate of Francis Folsoml.aselllateof Newhury, dereosed and a two bedroom apart- Andrew "J. Jorrell of West Newbury, P. Keyes, late of Newbury, deceased. Vermont 05085 hereby states that he has Louise M. Keyes of Newbury, Vermont ment. Both with bath wall to been appointed o personal representative of 05051 hereby states that she has been wall carpeting, kitchen ap- the above eslote, All creditors having claims appointed a personal representative of the pliances. Heat, lights, hot against the above estate ore required to above estate. All creditors having claims water, gas, and rubbish present the claim in writing within four oguinst the above estate are required to months after the date of the firsl publication present the claim in writing within four removal included in rent. hereof to the above personal representative months after the date of the first publication ecuritY deposit required. No at the above address or to the Register of the hereof to the above personal representative children or pets in this well Probate Court at Wells River, Vermont, or at theabeveaddressortotheRegisterofthe nanaged building. Mt. said claim will be forever barred. Probate Court at Wells River, Vermont, or 3ardner Apts., 43 Central St., Doted at Newbury this 21st day of said claim will be forever harred. January, 1982. Dated at Newbury this 271h day of Woodsville, N.H. Tel. 787-680 Andrew J. Jarrell January, 1982. or 787-6355. Edward C. Patten. Louise M. Keyes 4---tf--c Personal Represeatetive Pel lepreselaflve 2/3-10-17 TO RENT-- Responsible tenants for two bedroom farmhouse in East Corinth. TITCH IN TIM Noosrm Caretaker type situation can ON towlla o wilt be arranged. $22A, no utilities. *'AVl T/ IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Fred required. If interested please STATE OF VERMONT Price negotiable. References Neywerdli PROBATE COURT FOR THE c311617-468-4970. 8T--3-24--- DISTRICT Of 8mlfe.I . Rural life with flight (continued from page 5A) oldest houses in Newbury, vintage about 1790. After renovating the house, he rented it until 1976, when he resigned from his job at Corneli and moved to his house in Newbury. Upon arrival in Newbury, To the heirs at law and all persons in- ,y. IIL,l_m____.__ terested in the Estate of Fred Hoyward II, late ' s I " s ;-'-:j of Fairlee, in said District, deceased: You are notified that a written i.nstrumeat dated October 1 O, 1979, and purporting to be the Last Will and Testamaat at said deceased has been prosonted to the Probate Court for the District at 8rodford by John Morale, Esq,, with a petition requesting Probate thereof. The hearing thereon has been scheduled for the 2nd day of March, 1982 at 10:00 A.M at the Probate Court, Wells River, Vermont. You may appear then and there to show cause, if any you may have; why the said instrument should not be allowed as the Last Will and Testament of the deceased. Dated this 2 Ist day at January, 1982. /sl RenaN. Vigeau ke 2/3-10-17 SPECIAL WINTER SALE-- Brand new 2 bedroom, pitched roof, 14 wide, furnished $13,000. Reconditioned 12 x 60, 3 bedroom $5995. furnished. Nice 2 bedroom, 10 x 50 $2495. As is special, 2 bedroom, 10 x 50, $1250. (Fixer-upper). Over 50 homes to choose from. Several for rent and some with owner-financing available. Mitch's Mobile Homes, Rt. 10, Woodsville. 603-747-3376. 4T2-17c $595 DOWN-- Your cb Shauger took a job with Post wide, 3 bedr., Van Dyke or 12 Mills Airport where he gave wide, 2 bedr., Villager, both flying lemons and towed clean and all furnished, del. and set up. Cash price $5,995. sailplanes. He would work on ESTATll Of lllizebetk Lee Scull his house in the evening, .TATE OF VERMONT Payments 60 at $148. APR 21 sometimes to 1 a.m. tie also was doing general contracting work. Joins Air Guard The Shauger's lived at the Newbury house until 1978 when they purchased their present home in S. Newbury. Stephen's introduction to the Vermont Air National Guard started in 1976. At that time, he had applied to the VANG and expressed an interest in Probate Court District of Bradford, so. To all interested persons: At the Probate Court in Wells River, the 20th day of Jonuery, 1982, on authenticated copy of the lost Will and Testament and the Probate at Elizabeth Lee Scull late of Silver Spring, in the County of Montgomery, in the State of IVlorylond, deceased, leaving estate io said district,-doly proved allowed and established in the Circuit Court for the County and State aforesaid, wus presented to this Court, agreeable to the statute in such cases. And it is ordered by said Court that the 1 st day of March, 1982 at the Probele Court in Wells River, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, flying. Early in 1978, he be assigeed for all persons interested to appear and contest the allowance of such received a post card asking if instrument, and the probate thereof, if they he was still interested, see cause; and that notice thereat be given The Vermont Guard had by publishing this order three weeks suc- cessively in the Jrml Old'm, o newspaper just received eight additional published in said District, previousto the time B-ST's and they needed more appointed. pilots. Historically, the Vermont Guard tries to hire Vermoniers. After the necessary paperwork was completed, Shauger checked out in a T-33 jet trainer. He then spent three n,mths at (please turn to page 8A) 7/3 lo 17 Therefore. you are hereby notified to ----- appear before said Court, at the time and place aforesaid, and coutest the allowance of the said instrument and the prohate thereof, if you hove cause, Gbee under My Hand, rCent Note $8,880. Closed d. Open Sundays, Citation Mobile Homes, Rt. 12 Charlestown, N.H. (603) 826- 5118. ITs3-10-- DREAM IIOME-- by Liberty, 70x14 3 bedr. with the exciting, private circle kitchen, Walk-in Bay window, Super large living room, with a wood burmng fireplace, and the bathroom, of course has the garden tub. All furnished, del. and set up, only $17,995 or $1,800 down and 144 months at $298. APR 19.90 percent Note $42,912. Closed Wed. Open Sundays. Fairlane Mobile Homes, Rt. 3 Triton, N.H. IT--3-10---c INTERESTING FACT at Wells River in said District, Modern dance is said to this 21st day of JonuorY. t982. have begun with Isadora /s/RenoN. Vigneou Duncan, born in San Fran- e ciscoin 1878. III ESTATE i I I I I I I I 11 I VALLE*'OC'O" 00"AOFO"O 21 North Main St., Bradford, VT (802) 222-5544 MOBILE HOME -- $25,000 1973 14'x70' 3 bedroom mobile home on 1: acres wooded land. Economical wood and kerosene heat. Convenient location near main highway just minutes to Barre or . t =r-1 I/=l,;'g [_,111 LAND FOR SALE: 5 acres of commercial or residential land. One quarter mile from Interstate 91. Write Box 165, RFD, East Thetford, Vt. 8T3-24--e Martha H. Davies REAL ESTATE At Thetford Pharmacy East Thetford, Vt. 05043 (8{)2) 785-2849 Member Vt.-N.H. MLS VILLAGE CAPE -- $32,000 Overlooking the village green, cape with 2 apartments and 2-car garage. Be your own landlord! Live in one, rent one. Possible owner financing. RAISED RANCH  $55,000 Country living without sacrificing con- venience. Wood stove hookup plus wood furnace. Maple kitchen cabinets, built-in kitchen appliances. Carpeted. Beautiful bow window. All on 3.8+- acres. Possible owner EXCELLENT VALUE 3 bedroom Cape, detached one-car garage, and 2acres +- convenient to nice town; first floor has kitchen, dining room, living room, bedroom and bath; second floor has two bedrooms. Needs some carpentry work but is a very good value at $33,000. CORINTH, VERMONT l,ovely 17 Cape in excellent repair, barns, and 110 acres -: House has 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, oil hot air furnace plus two wood stoves for heat; there is a sugarbush and sugar house plus a small pond and beautiful views. $175,000. VILLAGE COLONIAL Plenty of room in this village home -- enough to make an apartment upstairs for income. First floor has kitchen, dining, living, den or bedroom, and bath; second floor has four rooms. Two-car detached garage plus car space in the eli and plenty of storage room. $30,000. FAIRLEE CAPE, BARNS, AND 4 ACRES Beautiful setting for this 3 or 4 bedroom Cape on a paved road; first floor has entrance with shed and woodshed, summer kitchen, kitchen with dining area, living room with excellent fireplace and dining area, bedroom or den, and full bath; second floor has three good-sized bedrooms and storage space. Recent hot air oil heating system, cold storage area for vegetables; other buildings consist of a blacksmith shop, carriage shed or garage, corn crib and barn. $62,000. RICHARDSON ASSOCIATES INCORPORATED m 802-222-4765 NO. 4396A -- 10 acres, Orford, NH, $15,000; on btocktop rd., electricity, good for yam round home, NO. 31127 - 50 ecres, Brfoed 20,000: wooded; abandoned form site. NO. 430M -- 10 acres, Bradford, $5,300; wooded and on Chase Hollow Road. NO. 4361A-- 10 ncres, NeWoury, $6,900; good views; wooded; Dear Hall's Lake, NO. 436911 - 45 acres, Corinth, VT., $13,500; brooks, good growing and mature timber, good for investment and recreation; owner may take back mortgage. I. 43828-- I0 acres, Brodtord, $5,000; good for recroatlea hon',e; wooded with brook, IO. 4584 -- Mobile home on 15 OCres, Newbuty, $19,500.2-3 acres Open land. No. 4395D-- 3 acres, Pike Hill, Corinth, $ 5,300. Good house site. I II 664D.--CtlARMING CAPE w-country kitchen, dining rm., living rm., den, wide board floors. Privately located on 10 acres w-2 rambling brooEs. $65,000. 784D.--RANCll 1laME w-4 bdrms., kitchen & dining combination, bathroom w-laundry chute, 2 finished rooms in basement, root cellar, screened porch, garden area, I acre. $39,000. 785D.MOBILE HOME w-built-on addition w-wood stove. 1 bdrm. on each end with kitchen & living rm. in center. 2 acres. $25,000. 787D.--MOBILE HOME w-2 bdrms., kitchen & living rm. combination, bath. Stove, refrig., and washer hook-up. To be moved or kept in park. $4,400. 769D.-- TWO 10 ACRE LOTS w-great views, elec- tricity, telephone, & good roads to property. $15.000 ea. lot: O'Brien Realty of Bradford Jct. 5 & 25 Tel: 222-47(13 Bradford, Vt. 05033 George lluntington, Broker Edmund Bednarski, Salesman 222-5792 Patriia Jepson, Salesman 222-4788 bi.e Leuthoid I Salesman (603 I) 747-33721111 'I iiiiiiiiii