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Page 8-The Journal Opinion-February 17, 1982 * Haverhill troop hosts 1, spokesman. Morgan and The dam is currently under Siewerstien are credited with restoration by Bancroft Out of a possible 115 points pulling Powers out of the ' Contracting for Central two patrols tied for first place water. Vermont Public Service with 93 points: the Pedro By the time the workmen Corporation, (,CVPS). Patrol, Troop 152, Haverhill could be lowered down to the CVPS is updating the old and the Moose Patrol from base of the dam, Powers was hydro-dam, idle since 1972, Jefferson. Both patrols said to have been in the water and expects to be generating received the President's for a considerable amount of power from the facility Award. The top three patrols time and reportedly was sometime in 1983. are eligible to compete with suffering from shock. Bancroft is said to be near the other top winning New Powers was treated at the completion of "phase one" of Hampshire patrols in a scene by members of the the project which calls for ' statewide Klondike Derby to Bradford FAST Squad, who refacing the existing dam and f be held Feb. 20 at Camp later transported him to Mary the installation of a new Carpenter, Manchester, N.H. Hitchcock Memorial Hospital penstock pipe. The first part of  = Mter all the Scouts received in Hanover. State police at the the project has not been an ..... their awards, Troop 152 Bradford cluster office had easy time for the workmen on IT'S COLD OUTSIDE-- One Of the events during the Scoutmaster George Karner not been alerted to the ac- the dam, due to numerous Klondike Derby included "Shelter Building", in this expressed his gratitude to the .... cident, floods from the Waits River photo, a Boy Scoot patrol is taking advantage of their six troops for their spirit and Powers was admitted to the caused by heavy rains in the cooperation. hospital at approximately 1:00 fall and due to the winter surroundings to complete the shelter. A special round of applause p.m. weather conditions they are went to Mr. and Mrs. William A hospital spokesman said currently experiencing. HAVERHILL--Ten dog sleds towns of: Haverhill, Grimes, owner of the land that Powers was suffering "Phase two", the second breaking the snow crust, Bethlehem, Jefferson, Lan- where the event was held. The HERE COMES THE JUDGE!-- A judge inspects from "back injuries", but the part of the project calling for pulled by a band of energetic caster, Littleton and Monroe. day ended with sounds of Bancroft spokesman said that reconstruction of the dam's Boy Scouts and "come on you On this cold and sunny day "Wait 'til next year!" sleds of each one of the I0 patrols competing in the 1982 Powers had broken "a power house near the Route5 Scouts" were some of the from 9:00 a.m. to mid- number" of back vertabrae in bridge, has already begun, sounds heard over a parcel of afternoon nearly 100 Boy Pike, N.H. meadowland on Scouts displayed their skills Saturday, Feb. 6 for the 1982 earning proficiency points for Klondike Derby. their individual patrols in SALE Troop 152 of Haverhill, each of these events: hosted this year's winter Boy firebuilding, shelter building, Scout event for the White first aid, ice reseue, ground to FEB. 12"20 Mountain, New Hampshire air signals, obstacle course, District. Ten patrols from six morse code, lashing, tree " Cut-Outs Boy Scout troops competed identification and map and Shortcake & 1.25 a panel from the New Hampshire compass reading. Brushed Cottoo Single Faced $2.28-yd. Quilted VERMONT STATE POLIC00 REPORT 2 Klondike Quilting WELLS RIVER-- A car Police said the accident fCalices in Supplies driven by a Groton man occurred at a curve in the road collided with a tractor-trailer and the road was described as GOING TO THE RACES-- Boy Scouts from the STAG Patrol, Troop 152, truck on Route 302 near the narrow at that point. Police Upper Store Hour Hoops north-bound off ramp from said weather conditions at the Haverhill pull their sled to their first competition event. Valley tues.-Thurs. Interstate 91 on Feb. 4 at time of the accident were approximately 4:30 p.m., clear but that the road at the ford for operating "an reported that they i 10-5:30 according to police, time was icy. unregistered motor vehicle" court summons to a Fri. 10-8 Police reportednoinjuries Sewer bills to be paid at BNB onSunday, Feb. 7. old Woodsville r Sat. 10-5 stemming from the incident. S. NEWBURY A 1973 Ford Hood can answer the charge allegedly "hinderi! The Groton vehicle, a 1976 van driven by Ralph Gilson, on Feb. 26 in Haverhill prehension or prosec Chevrolet driven by Leo 48, ofS. Newbury went over an BRADFORD-- Bradford handle the incoming trustees were elected at the District Court. Thursday, Feb. 4attb Hatch, 23, received about embankment on the Snake Village water commissioners payments at no extra charge. Jan. 25 annual village Police said Hood was cited home on Connecticut $1000 in damage, said police. Road in S. Newbury on Jan. and the village's trustees are He said the change in meeting, for the violation on Route 10 in The man, Russell M. " "'''"''''''""" * The truck, driven by .Gordon 29, according to police, reminding village residents collecting the bills "may in- New trustees Lawrence Woodsville at approximately was given a court date : EUREKA Jensen, 40, of Pequot Gilson received a cut on his that their sewer bills can be fact be more convenient in the Drew and Chester Allan4:55p.m. ceI lonllen Lakes, Minn., reportedly hand in the incident, said paid directly to theBradford Iongrun." elected encumbenttrusteeK. Unregistered Vehicle Accident  L. 12 to answer the chart received only minor damage, police. National Bank, into a sewer Before the new procedure Donald Welch to serve as their WOODSVILLE-- .Police HAVERHILL--- Poli '- the . 1 Weather conditions at the Police estimated damage to fund savings account, was decided upon by the chairman at last Mondays issued a court summons to 1977 Chevrolet pickUpi. ! time of the accident were the van at about $2000. Water commission chair- commissioners last fall, sewer meeting. Paul D. Tuite, 27, of Littleton by Susan Lynn  wee1 Vacuum Cleaner *}l described by police as clear Weather conditions were man JamesPerry said that bills were handled by the The trustees decided to for operating an Newbury struck a s-'ql and road conditions were said described by police as clearat this procedure will "allow the village clerk's office at the delay action on a public "unregistered motor vehicle" on Route 10 in Ha to have been icy. the time of the accident and money to go into a savings Bradford Academy building, hearing to decide how to spend onSunday, Feb.7. Thursday, Feb. 4 L " SERVICE CLI |l |IdFl  Hatch was entering Route road conditions were account and draw interest Village Trustees $12,816in unallocatedrevenue Tuite can answer the charge proximately 10:45a.n , 302 from the interstate and described as icy. until such time as it is actually In other village matters, the funds left over from last year. on Feb. 26 in Haverhill Burns said she was  Jensen was driving his truck Accident spent." village trustees have changed At their village meeting, District Court. north on Route li "-"-- _. , eastbound on Route 302 when W. FAIRLEE-- Police have Perry also predicted a their meeting date from the voters defeated a move that Police said Tuite was cited another vehicle atte "K * A FREE service from Hale's. the accident occurred, ac- reported that yet another car- substantial savings stemming second Wednesday of each would have applied this sum for the violation on Route 10 in pass her, causing her! ie 2, Nun cording to police, truck collison took place on from the bank agreeing to month to the second Monday, toward the amount the village Woodsville at approximately the guardrail, accOt Our m del00t, will insl00ct, .... Grand Larceny Jan.29. This time the accident according to village ad- will have to raise in taxes for 3:oop.m. ice. clean & semce y0ur machine, FREE, BRADFORD-- Police say an occurred in W. Fairlee on ministrator Susan Spaulding. this year -- an amount Unregistered Vehicle The truck rei unknown person or persons Route ll3atabout3:00p.m. The trustees met last predicted to be the largest tax WOODSVILLE-- Police received damage to 'ord A }I* broke into a vehicle owned by According to police, a "co tinI link Mnday, Feb. 8 for their first increase in the village in ver issued a court summons to and front quarter Pa rA "g y0u Day only for parts if needed. HefirySt. Martin of Bradford, snowplow driven byJamesE, n ued from page l) meeting since two new 12years. HelenE. Steady,67, of Bathon No citations were iS stealing two chainsaws and a Demoll, 35, of E. Tbefford was investigator to determine the Sunday, Feb. 7 for "operating police said road co . Brifl00 your Eureka vac to our store shotgnn on Feb. 3. heading north when the plow connection between any . Oxbow mural proiect an unregistered motor the time of the accid between Feb. 22 and the 27th. The vehicle was parked at a on the truclapparently struck alleged laundering of drug vehicle." "icy." Jt lng loading site on Brook Road the snowbank on the side of money through Vermont real tcontinued from page l) to the school hoard two Steady can answer the DogViotatij in Bradford when the incident the road causing the backend estate purchases, been scheduled for March the charge on Feb. 26 in Haverhill N. HAVERHILL-- I I Pierso took place, according to of the truck to swing out into The Pinggias were released 16, said Hadley. board that he believes, District Court. they issued a su . We stock Eureka vacuums, weeks ago, Hadley told aintena replacement oarts, bars & supplies, police, the other lane as a second car after last week's Martha's Interval "Art should mean Police said Steady was cited Linda Macomber Xters p Pick some ua today. Police estimate the value of was driving by. The second Vineyard incident. The only The title of the mural will s o m e t h i n g t o for the violation on Route I0 in Haverhill on WedneS WOODSVILLE-- Haverhill police responded to a theft complaint at the Woodsville Elementary School on Mow day, Feb. 8 at approximately 1:00 p.m. According to police, an unknown person allegedly took $10.90 from the coat pocket of Marie Tetreault of Main Street of N. Haverhill. Police say Tetreau]t said the incident occurred on Friday, Feb. 5 some time during the school day. Unregistered Vehicles WOODSVILLE-- Police issued a court summons to Burton I. Hood, 28, of Brad- lonian N a result of the incidenL| Amer:, Accident  biograp WOODSVILLE b co ^, -- ( rnplt, Chevrolet driven by,d tha old Ronald Lee gton." skidded on the icePino s - Woodsville High, iraos['his parking lot on Thurs second 4 and collided with s they conc 1978 Chrysler station! and-my according to police. Washi' The name of the leaving lii the station wagon  try liker available.  first pre: Police did not re !berry tre any citations were is$ elaware, result of the incident, at Valle, Hindering Apprehe ks, the i WOODSVILLE-- Po fllai I h the tiems stolen from the he Interval. As towhatthe everybody--but I don't  * truck tobecloseto$1000, mural will imply, says believe that art should Accident 00HAL[ Hadley, is up to your own mean the same thing to FURNITURE * W. TOPSHAM-- Police report personalinterpretation, everybody."  ANDCARPET  occurred on Route 25 in W. l Topsham on Feb. 2 at about 4:15p.m. lira I that a car-truck accident In presenting the project ! i)) "K Bradford, Yt. 222-5758 .,,,g,,.,,,,, According to police, a 1973 Buick driven by George Shattuck Jr., 58, of W. Top- sham was hit in the side by a 1979 Kenworth tractor-trailer driven by Robert Stephenson, 30, of Williamstown as Shattuck was swinging wide to make a right turn. No injuries were reported as a result of the accident. Damage to the Buick was estimated by police at about $2000. Police said the truck received approximately $1500 in damage. Police described road conditions at the time of the accident as wet and said weather conditions were clear. Accident W. NEWBURY-- A front-end collision between a van and a truck occurred on the Halls Lake Road in W. Newbury on Jan. 29, according to police. Police say the accident took place at 12:00 a.m. According to police, the truck was a 1978 International driven by Walter Sears Jr. of Milton, Vt.; the second vehicle was a 1979 Ford van driven by Emile J. Bedard, 25, of Groton. Bedard reportedly received a bruise to his right leg in the accident and Sears was uninjured, said police. Police estimated damage to the van at about $2000 and damage to the truck at approximately $1000. SYMBOLS OF LOVE S. 7. M00A///ste00 Quality ,Mwelms Since 1923 W0000l00vill00, N. H. Keepsake guarantees a truly perfect diamond TI. 7, 2 of fine white color and correct cut. There is no finer diamond ring. vehicle, a 1977 Dodge driven by William T. Johnson, 70, of W. Fairlee struck in the side by the truck, according to police. Police described weather conditions at the time of the accident as cloudy and said road conditions were wet and "Snowy." Police reported no injuries as a result of the accident. Johnson's car received about $1500 in damage and the truck was not damaged, ac- cording to police. . Woodsv///e hous/00 p/an (continued from page I ) said he feels such a project "would bring a big im- provement for the town" calling to mind the select- men's ongoing discussion over the past year or so on the deteriorating condition of a number of properties in the Woodsville area. Calling the project "a two in ten chance," Remand told the selectmen he would be in touch with town officials regarding the project's status during the next few weeks, Road Crew Personnel problems within the town's road crew surfaced in executive session at the Monday, Feb. 8 meeting. The selectmen, urged on by recommendations from the town's road agent, Roland McKean, terminated the employment of two members of the town's road crew for alleged frequent absences. The two men, Charlie Hudson and Art Starbard, told the Journal Opinion before the decision was handed out that they felt the issue stemmed largely from a conflict of personalities between themselves and McKean. They indicated they felt that any disciplinary action taken at the meeting would be considered unfair. Both men reacted in sur- prise after being informed that their jobs had been ter- minated. McKean's term as road agent runs out at this year's Haverhill Town Meeting. charge that Massachusetts police could place on Joseph Pioggia at the time was for an old motor vehicle violation. His wife, Belinda, was not arrested. However, real estate purchases by the Pioggias in Massachusetts and Vermont are still being investigated relating to profits from drug trafficking, said police. Massachusetts police said search warrants to conduct a search of the Barker and the Pioggia vehicles were acquired before the Feb. 8 evening raid at the Martha's Vineyard ferry terminal. Two other search warrants unearthed documents relating to the importatien of cocaine from South Columbia at the homes of two other Massachusetts suspects in the investigation. No phone listing is given in the Bradford area for Hacker Hill Realty Trust. The Pinggias are also said to have purchased a large amount of land on Martha's Vineyard. The Dukes County, Mass., Registry of Deeds is said to show that Joseph Pioggia gave mortgages for Martha's Vineyard properties twice last year--the same year they purchased the Hackett Hill farm. Woodsville at approximately 9:40a.m. Unregistered Vehicle WOODSVILLE-- Police issued a court summons to Gregory Chase, 28, of Rum- hey, N.H., on Sunday, Feb. 7 for "operating an unregistered motor vehicle." Chase can answer the charge on Feb. 26 in Haverhill District Court. Police said Chase was cited for the violation on Route 10 in Woedsville at approximately 9:20a.m. Unregistered Vehicle WOODSVILLE-- Police issued a court summons to John R. Aldrich, 28, of Woodsville on Sunday, Feb. 7 for "operating an unregistered vehicle." Aldrich can answer the charge on Feb. 26 in Haverhill District Court. Police said Aldrich was eited for the violation on Route ' 10 at approximately ll:00a.m. Unlicensed Dog HAVERHILL-- Police issued a court summons to Marilyn Laverdier, 41, of Haverhill on Friday, Feb. 5 for "main- taining an unlicensed dog." Laverdiere can answer the charge in Haverhill District Court on Feb. 26. Accident HAVERHILL-- A 1978 Chevrolet pickup truck driven by William F. Marshall, 72, of Haverhill struck a snowbank and rolled over off of Route 10 on Friday, Feb. 5, according to police. Police said Marshall received no injuries resulting from the incident, which had occurred at about 11:15 a.m. The truck was damaged on its left side according to police. No citations were issued as MIXING IT UP!-- Oxbow eighth grader Shawn Saucier prepares plaster for test molds in preparation for the Oxbow mural project. FACE LIFT-- Shown here is a group of Oxbow eighth grade students and art teacher Joseph Hadley applying plaster to the faces of live models in preparation for final casting of full figures to be done in March. TOWN OF BRADFORD $OTIOE 0P I'IARZNO A public healng beore the zonin Bod of' AdJu olm of' I&df'ord Vemont will be held on gh 7:30 p.m. in the oonf'erenoa roc at; O.d adoz.d oonsider the f'ollowlng: An &pplieatlon for oondtion&l use pett made by Deborah ]k,ngeZle to distribute natural i'oods to the Sea o1" Life Natural Llvin 8 Center 'ro:a proper by Dr. Mk Saris on the Upper Plain, Route , the residential gone. en pr 3 for a "dog violation. :First CI. Accident rome G HAVERHILl.,-- A 1t on, and driven by Evelyn J. n, are e of N. Haverhill  Non C, guardrail off of Rot  Haverhill on Wedne lien Tra 3, according to police. I, Vt. Police said there injuries resulting f! accident. No citati0 I issued. Police describe conditions at the ti$ accident as "icy" a that it was also raiP." time. WOODSVILLE ,ROM, responded to a theft on Tuesday, Feb. 2 e_. of o Motor Sales in wood of id Police reported shew rei  zt mc unknown person " y , "Ford emblem" .li. rated, the let  Prov vehicle parked in L.: Off-road Vehii; m- WOODSVILLE-- A '_ Uait ortabl: was issued to W -- us Riggie Jr., 19, of o0Jtypi c Tuesday, Feb. 2 o pe'.ttgt'a  off-road vehicle as qiqh it - way, according to polit csit Police say occurred at about 5:. 'I Park Street in Wnal the same day the was issued. Riggie can charge on Feb. 26 it District Court. N. HAVERHILL they responded to a of harrassment on Feb. 2 at the Tucker in N. stemming from described call. Tucker said she obscene phone unknown person at HAVERHILL POLICE REPORTb..,,00., Klondike Derby. The judges inspect the the completeness, and the neatness of each Page 8-The Journal Opinion-February 17, 1982 * Haverhill troop hosts 1, spokesman. Morgan and The dam is currently under Siewerstien are credited with restoration by Bancroft Out of a possible 115 points pulling Powers out of the ' Contracting for Central two patrols tied for first place water. Vermont Public Service with 93 points: the Pedro By the time the workmen Corporation, (,CVPS). Patrol, Troop 152, Haverhill could be lowered down to the CVPS is updating the old and the Moose Patrol from base of the dam, Powers was hydro-dam, idle since 1972, Jefferson. Both patrols said to have been in the water and expects to be generating received the President's for a considerable amount of power from the facility Award. The top three patrols time and reportedly was sometime in 1983. are eligible to compete with suffering from shock. Bancroft is said to be near the other top winning New Powers was treated at the completion of "phase one" of Hampshire patrols in a scene by members of the the project which calls for ' statewide Klondike Derby to Bradford FAST Squad, who refacing the existing dam and f be held Feb. 20 at Camp later transported him to Mary the installation of a new Carpenter, Manchester, N.H. Hitchcock Memorial Hospital penstock pipe. The first part of  = Mter all the Scouts received in Hanover. State police at the the project has not been an ..... their awards, Troop 152 Bradford cluster office had easy time for the workmen on IT'S COLD OUTSIDE-- One Of the events during the Scoutmaster George Karner not been alerted to the ac- the dam, due to numerous Klondike Derby included "Shelter Building", in this expressed his gratitude to the .... cident, floods from the Waits River photo, a Boy Scoot patrol is taking advantage of their six troops for their spirit and Powers was admitted to the caused by heavy rains in the cooperation. hospital at approximately 1:00 fall and due to the winter surroundings to complete the shelter. A special round of applause p.m. weather conditions they are went to Mr. and Mrs. William A hospital spokesman said currently experiencing. HAVERHILL--Ten dog sleds towns of: Haverhill, Grimes, owner of the land that Powers was suffering "Phase two", the second breaking the snow crust, Bethlehem, Jefferson, Lan- where the event was held. The HERE COMES THE JUDGE!-- A judge inspects from "back injuries", but the part of the project calling for pulled by a band of energetic caster, Littleton and Monroe. day ended with sounds of Bancroft spokesman said that reconstruction of the dam's Boy Scouts and "come on you On this cold and sunny day "Wait 'til next year!" sleds of each one of the I0 patrols competing in the 1982 Powers had broken "a power house near the Route5 Scouts" were some of the from 9:00 a.m. to mid- number" of back vertabrae in bridge, has already begun, sounds heard over a parcel of afternoon nearly 100 Boy Pike, N.H. meadowland on Scouts displayed their skills Saturday, Feb. 6 for the 1982 earning proficiency points for Klondike Derby. their individual patrols in SALE Troop 152 of Haverhill, each of these events: hosted this year's winter Boy firebuilding, shelter building, Scout event for the White first aid, ice reseue, ground to FEB. 12"20 Mountain, New Hampshire air signals, obstacle course, District. Ten patrols from six morse code, lashing, tree " Cut-Outs Boy Scout troops competed identification and map and Shortcake & 1.25 a panel from the New Hampshire compass reading. Brushed Cottoo Single Faced $2.28-yd. Quilted VERMONT STATE POLIC00 REPORT 2 Klondike Quilting WELLS RIVER-- A car Police said the accident fCalices in Supplies driven by a Groton man occurred at a curve in the road collided with a tractor-trailer and the road was described as GOING TO THE RACES-- Boy Scouts from the STAG Patrol, Troop 152, truck on Route 302 near the narrow at that point. Police Upper Store Hour Hoops north-bound off ramp from said weather conditions at the Haverhill pull their sled to their first competition event. Valley tues.-Thurs. Interstate 91 on Feb. 4 at time of the accident were approximately 4:30 p.m., clear but that the road at the ford for operating "an reported that they i 10-5:30 according to police, time was icy. unregistered motor vehicle" court summons to a Fri. 10-8 Police reportednoinjuries Sewer bills to be paid at BNB onSunday, Feb. 7. old Woodsville r Sat. 10-5 stemming from the incident. S. NEWBURY A 1973 Ford Hood can answer the charge allegedly "hinderi! The Groton vehicle, a 1976 van driven by Ralph Gilson, on Feb. 26 in Haverhill prehension or prosec Chevrolet driven by Leo 48, ofS. Newbury went over an BRADFORD-- Bradford handle the incoming trustees were elected at the District Court. Thursday, Feb. 4attb Hatch, 23, received about embankment on the Snake Village water commissioners payments at no extra charge. Jan. 25 annual village Police said Hood was cited home on Connecticut $1000 in damage, said police. Road in S. Newbury on Jan. and the village's trustees are He said the change in meeting, for the violation on Route 10 in The man, Russell M. " "'''"''''''""" * The truck, driven by .Gordon 29, according to police, reminding village residents collecting the bills "may in- New trustees Lawrence Woodsville at approximately was given a court date : EUREKA Jensen, 40, of Pequot Gilson received a cut on his that their sewer bills can be fact be more convenient in the Drew and Chester Allan4:55p.m. ceI lonllen Lakes, Minn., reportedly hand in the incident, said paid directly to theBradford Iongrun." elected encumbenttrusteeK. Unregistered Vehicle Accident  L. 12 to answer the chart received only minor damage, police. National Bank, into a sewer Before the new procedure Donald Welch to serve as their WOODSVILLE-- .Police HAVERHILL--- Poli '- the . 1 Weather conditions at the Police estimated damage to fund savings account, was decided upon by the chairman at last Mondays issued a court summons to 1977 Chevrolet pickUpi. ! time of the accident were the van at about $2000. Water commission chair- commissioners last fall, sewer meeting. Paul D. Tuite, 27, of Littleton by Susan Lynn  wee1 Vacuum Cleaner *}l described by police as clear Weather conditions were man JamesPerry said that bills were handled by the The trustees decided to for operating an Newbury struck a s-'ql and road conditions were said described by police as clearat this procedure will "allow the village clerk's office at the delay action on a public "unregistered motor vehicle" on Route 10 in Ha to have been icy. the time of the accident and money to go into a savings Bradford Academy building, hearing to decide how to spend onSunday, Feb.7. Thursday, Feb. 4 L " SERVICE CLI |l |IdFl  Hatch was entering Route road conditions were account and draw interest Village Trustees $12,816in unallocatedrevenue Tuite can answer the charge proximately 10:45a.n , 302 from the interstate and described as icy. until such time as it is actually In other village matters, the funds left over from last year. on Feb. 26 in Haverhill Burns said she was  Jensen was driving his truck Accident spent." village trustees have changed At their village meeting, District Court. north on Route li "-"-- _. , eastbound on Route 302 when W. FAIRLEE-- Police have Perry also predicted a their meeting date from the voters defeated a move that Police said Tuite was cited another vehicle atte "K * A FREE service from Hale's. the accident occurred, ac- reported that yet another car- substantial savings stemming second Wednesday of each would have applied this sum for the violation on Route 10 in pass her, causing her! ie 2, Nun cording to police, truck collison took place on from the bank agreeing to month to the second Monday, toward the amount the village Woodsville at approximately the guardrail, accOt Our m del00t, will insl00ct, .... Grand Larceny Jan.29. This time the accident according to village ad- will have to raise in taxes for 3:oop.m. ice. clean & semce y0ur machine, FREE, BRADFORD-- Police say an occurred in W. Fairlee on ministrator Susan Spaulding. this year -- an amount Unregistered Vehicle The truck rei unknown person or persons Route ll3atabout3:00p.m. The trustees met last predicted to be the largest tax WOODSVILLE-- Police received damage to 'ord A }I* broke into a vehicle owned by According to police, a "co tinI link Mnday, Feb. 8 for their first increase in the village in ver issued a court summons to and front quarter Pa rA "g y0u Day only for parts if needed. HefirySt. Martin of Bradford, snowplow driven byJamesE, n ued from page l) meeting since two new 12years. HelenE. Steady,67, of Bathon No citations were iS stealing two chainsaws and a Demoll, 35, of E. Tbefford was investigator to determine the Sunday, Feb. 7 for "operating police said road co . Brifl00 your Eureka vac to our store shotgnn on Feb. 3. heading north when the plow connection between any . Oxbow mural proiect an unregistered motor the time of the accid between Feb. 22 and the 27th. The vehicle was parked at a on the truclapparently struck alleged laundering of drug vehicle." "icy." Jt lng loading site on Brook Road the snowbank on the side of money through Vermont real tcontinued from page l) to the school hoard two Steady can answer the DogViotatij in Bradford when the incident the road causing the backend estate purchases, been scheduled for March the charge on Feb. 26 in Haverhill N. HAVERHILL-- I I Pierso took place, according to of the truck to swing out into The Pinggias were released 16, said Hadley. board that he believes, District Court. they issued a su . We stock Eureka vacuums, weeks ago, Hadley told aintena replacement oarts, bars & supplies, police, the other lane as a second car after last week's Martha's Interval "Art should mean Police said Steady was cited Linda Macomber Xters p Pick some ua today. Police estimate the value of was driving by. The second Vineyard incident. The only The title of the mural will s o m e t h i n g t o for the violation on Route I0 in Haverhill on WedneS WOODSVILLE-- Haverhill police responded to a theft complaint at the Woodsville Elementary School on Mow day, Feb. 8 at approximately 1:00 p.m. According to police, an unknown person allegedly took $10.90 from the coat pocket of Marie Tetreault of Main Street of N. Haverhill. Police say Tetreau]t said the incident occurred on Friday, Feb. 5 some time during the school day. Unregistered Vehicles WOODSVILLE-- Police issued a court summons to Burton I. Hood, 28, of Brad- lonian N a result of the incidenL| Amer:, Accident  biograp WOODSVILLE b co ^, -- ( rnplt, Chevrolet driven by,d tha old Ronald Lee gton." skidded on the icePino s - Woodsville High, iraos['his parking lot on Thurs second 4 and collided with s they conc 1978 Chrysler station! and-my according to police. Washi' The name of the leaving lii the station wagon  try liker available.  first pre: Police did not re !berry tre any citations were is$ elaware, result of the incident, at Valle, Hindering Apprehe ks, the i WOODSVILLE-- Po fllai I h the tiems stolen from the he Interval. As towhatthe everybody--but I don't  * truck tobecloseto$1000, mural will imply, says believe that art should Accident 00HAL[ Hadley, is up to your own mean the same thing to FURNITURE * W. TOPSHAM-- Police report personalinterpretation, everybody."  ANDCARPET  occurred on Route 25 in W. l Topsham on Feb. 2 at about 4:15p.m. lira I that a car-truck accident In presenting the project ! i)) "K Bradford, Yt. 222-5758 .,,,g,,.,,,,, According to police, a 1973 Buick driven by George Shattuck Jr., 58, of W. Top- sham was hit in the side by a 1979 Kenworth tractor-trailer driven by Robert Stephenson, 30, of Williamstown as Shattuck was swinging wide to make a right turn. No injuries were reported as a result of the accident. Damage to the Buick was estimated by police at about $2000. Police said the truck received approximately $1500 in damage. Police described road conditions at the time of the accident as wet and said weather conditions were clear. Accident W. NEWBURY-- A front-end collision between a van and a truck occurred on the Halls Lake Road in W. Newbury on Jan. 29, according to police. Police say the accident took place at 12:00 a.m. According to police, the truck was a 1978 International driven by Walter Sears Jr. of Milton, Vt.; the second vehicle was a 1979 Ford van driven by Emile J. Bedard, 25, of Groton. Bedard reportedly received a bruise to his right leg in the accident and Sears was uninjured, said police. Police estimated damage to the van at about $2000 and damage to the truck at approximately $1000. SYMBOLS OF LOVE S. 7. M00A///ste00 Quality ,Mwelms Since 1923 W0000l00vill00, N. H. Keepsake guarantees a truly perfect diamond TI. 7, 2 of fine white color and correct cut. There is no finer diamond ring. vehicle, a 1977 Dodge driven by William T. Johnson, 70, of W. Fairlee struck in the side by the truck, according to police. Police described weather conditions at the time of the accident as cloudy and said road conditions were wet and "Snowy." Police reported no injuries as a result of the accident. Johnson's car received about $1500 in damage and the truck was not damaged, ac- cording to police. . Woodsv///e hous/00 p/an (continued from page I ) said he feels such a project "would bring a big im- provement for the town" calling to mind the select- men's ongoing discussion over the past year or so on the deteriorating condition of a number of properties in the Woodsville area. Calling the project "a two in ten chance," Remand told the selectmen he would be in touch with town officials regarding the project's status during the next few weeks, Road Crew Personnel problems within the town's road crew surfaced in executive session at the Monday, Feb. 8 meeting. The selectmen, urged on by recommendations from the town's road agent, Roland McKean, terminated the employment of two members of the town's road crew for alleged frequent absences. The two men, Charlie Hudson and Art Starbard, told the Journal Opinion before the decision was handed out that they felt the issue stemmed largely from a conflict of personalities between themselves and McKean. They indicated they felt that any disciplinary action taken at the meeting would be considered unfair. Both men reacted in sur- prise after being informed that their jobs had been ter- minated. McKean's term as road agent runs out at this year's Haverhill Town Meeting. charge that Massachusetts police could place on Joseph Pioggia at the time was for an old motor vehicle violation. His wife, Belinda, was not arrested. However, real estate purchases by the Pioggias in Massachusetts and Vermont are still being investigated relating to profits from drug trafficking, said police. Massachusetts police said search warrants to conduct a search of the Barker and the Pioggia vehicles were acquired before the Feb. 8 evening raid at the Martha's Vineyard ferry terminal. Two other search warrants unearthed documents relating to the importatien of cocaine from South Columbia at the homes of two other Massachusetts suspects in the investigation. No phone listing is given in the Bradford area for Hacker Hill Realty Trust. The Pinggias are also said to have purchased a large amount of land on Martha's Vineyard. The Dukes County, Mass., Registry of Deeds is said to show that Joseph Pioggia gave mortgages for Martha's Vineyard properties twice last year--the same year they purchased the Hackett Hill farm. Woodsville at approximately 9:40a.m. Unregistered Vehicle WOODSVILLE-- Police issued a court summons to Gregory Chase, 28, of Rum- hey, N.H., on Sunday, Feb. 7 for "operating an unregistered motor vehicle." Chase can answer the charge on Feb. 26 in Haverhill District Court. Police said Chase was cited for the violation on Route 10 in Woedsville at approximately 9:20a.m. Unregistered Vehicle WOODSVILLE-- Police issued a court summons to John R. Aldrich, 28, of Woodsville on Sunday, Feb. 7 for "operating an unregistered vehicle." Aldrich can answer the charge on Feb. 26 in Haverhill District Court. Police said Aldrich was eited for the violation on Route ' 10 at approximately ll:00a.m. Unlicensed Dog HAVERHILL-- Police issued a court summons to Marilyn Laverdier, 41, of Haverhill on Friday, Feb. 5 for "main- taining an unlicensed dog." Laverdiere can answer the charge in Haverhill District Court on Feb. 26. Accident HAVERHILL-- A 1978 Chevrolet pickup truck driven by William F. Marshall, 72, of Haverhill struck a snowbank and rolled over off of Route 10 on Friday, Feb. 5, according to police. Police said Marshall received no injuries resulting from the incident, which had occurred at about 11:15 a.m. The truck was damaged on its left side according to police. No citations were issued as MIXING IT UP!-- Oxbow eighth grader Shawn Saucier prepares plaster for test molds in preparation for the Oxbow mural project. FACE LIFT-- Shown here is a group of Oxbow eighth grade students and art teacher Joseph Hadley applying plaster to the faces of live models in preparation for final casting of full figures to be done in March. TOWN OF BRADFORD $OTIOE 0P I'IARZNO A public healng beore the zonin Bod of' AdJu olm of' I&df'ord Vemont will be held on gh 7:30 p.m. in the oonf'erenoa roc at; O.d adoz.d oonsider the f'ollowlng: An &pplieatlon for oondtion&l use pett made by Deborah ]k,ngeZle to distribute natural i'oods to the Sea o1" Life Natural Llvin 8 Center 'ro:a proper by Dr. Mk Saris on the Upper Plain, Route , the residential gone. en pr 3 for a "dog violation. :First CI. Accident rome G HAVERHILl.,-- A 1t on, and driven by Evelyn J. n, are e of N. Haverhill  Non C, guardrail off of Rot  Haverhill on Wedne lien Tra 3, according to police. I, Vt. Police said there injuries resulting f! accident. No citati0 I issued. Police describe conditions at the ti$ accident as "icy" a that it was also raiP." time. WOODSVILLE ,ROM, responded to a theft on Tuesday, Feb. 2 e_. of o Motor Sales in wood of id Police reported shew rei  zt mc unknown person " y , "Ford emblem" .li. rated, the let  Prov vehicle parked in L.: Off-road Vehii; m- WOODSVILLE-- A '_ Uait ortabl: was issued to W -- us Riggie Jr., 19, of o0Jtypi c Tuesday, Feb. 2 o pe'.ttgt'a  off-road vehicle as qiqh it - way, according to polit csit Police say occurred at about 5:. 'I Park Street in Wnal the same day the was issued. Riggie can charge on Feb. 26 it District Court. N. HAVERHILL they responded to a of harrassment on Feb. 2 at the Tucker in N. stemming from described call. Tucker said she obscene phone unknown person at HAVERHILL POLICE REPORTb..,,00., Klondike Derby. The judges inspect the the completeness, and the neatness of each