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ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS February 25, 1981-The Journal Opinion-Page 11 m TOWN OF LllTLETON WASTEWATER TREATMENT FACILITIES LITTLETON, NEW HAMPSHIRE Sealed Bids for Septage Facilities and Headworks, Lit- tleton, New Hampshire, Contract Number 1 will be received at the Office of Board of Selectmen, Town Hall, 2 Union Street, Littleton, New Hampshire, until 2:00 PM o'clock, March 9, 1981. Bids received after this time will not be accepted. Bids will publicly opened and read aloud at the Office of Board of Selectmen, Town Hall, 2 Union St., Littleton, NH. Contract Documents may be examined at the following locations: /O ffice of Board of Selectmen Construction Data Corp. TOwn ilall 91 Blanchard Road Union Street Ca m bridge, MA 02 ! 38 Littleton, New Itampshire 03561 Phne: (603) 444-3996 Environmental Engineers, Inc. 2 Chenell Drive Concord, New Hampshire 03301 Phone: (603) 228-1334 Atria: Mr. Woodbury P. Fogg, P.E. Associated General Contractors Eddy Road New llampshire 03:101 Dodge Corporation 114 Bay Street ,. Manchester, New llampshire ()3ttm COpies of Contract Documents may be obtained at the 0ffice of Environmental Engineers, located at the above address, upon payment of $50.00 deposit for each set. The full deposit will be returned to Bidders. Non-bidders will receive 50 percent of their deposit upon return, within ten days of the Bid opening, of eachset of Contract Documents in good Condition. No partial sets will be issued. Requests for mailing of contract documents and drawings shall include an ad- tional, non-refundable $15.00 postage and handling charge. ecks payable to Environmental Engineers, Inc. A pre-bid conference will be held on February 25, 1981 at 2:00 PM o'clock prevailing standard time, at the Town Hall, Litlleton, New 1Iampshire. The Owner reserves the right to waive informalities or to reject any or all bids. ..  Each Bidder shall deposit with his Bid, security in me let amount, form and subject to the conditions provided in'he I t NFORMATION FOR BIDDERS. Bid security shall be in the I Jlmount of l0 Iffccnt of the total Bid Price. ', l[Attrntion of bidders is particularly directed to the "r,'*weq.uirements as to conditions of employment to be observed and minimum wage rates to be paid under the contract: , [ ,.An contract or contracts awarded under this Aover- l I; ,Ument for Bids are expected to be funded in part by a grant ,1  [ro the United States Environmental Protection Agency. =  either the United States nor any of its department, agencies or employees is or will be a party to the Advertisement for lds or any resulting contract. This procurement will b, S_Ubjt to regulations contained in 40 CFR 35.936, 35.958 arm FOR SALE AUCTIONS i AUCTION r: e ii ? Card of Thanks The family of Barry O'Donnell wish to express our heartfelt thanks to all who have helped in any way at the time of our sorrow; for all the cards, visits, telephone calls, monies, FAST Squad donations, flowers and for helping at the house. Special thanks to the Police, Pastor Bill Wick, the doctors and staff at Hanover Hospital, Bradford FAST Squad, Ruberta Chalmers and Mr. and Mrs. Graves for staying with the children and to the Hale Funeral Home. If we have omitted anyone, our apologies. Your response has been overwhelming. May God bless you all. Larry & Miriam O'Donneil Kenny & Amy O'Donneli Dana O'Donnell & Peggy Kathleen & Carroll Porter Mrs. Lula Beard Mrs. Cora Webber CARD OF THANKS The family of Nell J. Pratt (Joe) wish to ex- press their deepest appreciation and thanks to neighbors, and friends who extended so many kindnesses of love, food, flowers and donations. A special thanks to the Rev. Arthur Bagley, also to the Fairlee FAST Squad. Alice P. Mason and Nieces and Nephews I c.0000.,s ! II I want to thank everyone for their generous |l I| donations toward my retirement at my surprize I[ II party on Feb. 13. It [l--Benny Thurston -Ill . = = Card of Thanks = We would like to take this time to thank = --- everyone who helped us with their donations of food, clothing and money since our fire. Thank you to Shanins classmates and _E teachers for the gifts given to her. i i =ffi A special thank you to the thoughtful and kind E Idders will be required to comply wLth the President s t Xeeutive Order No. 11246 and amendments or supplerfients =m people at Bradford National Bank. _ o that Executive Order. The requirements for Bidders and  A very special thank you to Morn and Dad for Ontractors under this order are explained in the IN-  their specialhelp. rt)RMATION FOR BIDDERS.  Nick Hilda NOTICE OF REQUIREMENT FOR AFFIRMATIVE AC- LJ Annette Bryan  TtlON TO ENSURE EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OP- i and ErinHunt0on - Shanin "-UKTUNITY EXECUTIVE ORDER ! 1246. Newbury, Vermont 1. The Offeror's or Bidder's attention is called to the "Equal Mrs. Esther Johnson O ' 'l se" and the "Standard Federal hPportunlty C au Fairlee 333-9704 V=qual Employment Opportunity Construction Con- ,,. tractSpecifications" set forth herein. Fairlee Baldtoppers Mr. and Mrs. Eleven Stocking, 2. lt]e t)a g Is and timetables for minority and female par- Fairlee Baldtoppers, Inc., was baptized at the Sunday tic' in percentage terms for the met Feb. 4 at 7:30 p.m. at the services. Feb. 15, at the ineach trade on all  Fairlee Town Hall, with 15 -Federated Church. Kathy and 4- 1-78--3-31-79 4-1-79-.__3.:| 1-80 4- ! -80---3-31-81 the absence of secretary, no minutes participation for participation ]n were read of the last meeting each trade Each trade but the treasurer's report was read and accepted. John Insert goals for Insert goalsTor Durgin, Trail Master, gave a Each year Each year report on work that had been done on trails but there is Not Applicable 3. I some re-routing of trails for N.ll. 5.0 0.8 6.9 necessary because of lack of snow, especially in the Lake These goals arc applicable to all the Contractor's Morey area. Several have consh'uction work (whether or not it is Federal or volunteered to work on this federally assisled) performed in the covered area. !t the Contrach)r performs construction work in a g(ugl"aphical area located outside of the covered area, it shall apply the goals established for such geographical area where the work is actually per- IOrlned. With regard to this second area, the Con- tractor is alsn subject to the goals for both its federally involved and non-federally involved con- sh'uction. Contractor's colnplianee with the Executive Order and the regulations in 41 CFR Part 60-4 shall be based on its implementation of the Equal Opportunity Clause specific affirmative action obligations required by the specifications set forth in 41 CFR 60-4.3(a), and its efforts to meet the goals established for the geographical area where the contract resulting from this solicitation is to be performed. The hours of minority and female employment and training must be substantially uniform throughout the length of the contract, and in each trade, and the contractor shall make a good faith effort to employ female minorities and women employees or trainees from Contractor to 'Contractor or from project to project for the sole purpose of meeting the Contractor's goals shall be a violation of the contract, the Executive Order and the regulations in 41 CFR Part 60-4. Compliance with the goals will be measured against the total work hours performed. The Contractor shall provide written notification to the Director of the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs within 10 working days of award of any construction subcontract in excess of $10,000 at any lier for construction work under the contract resulting from this solicitation. The notification shall list the nalne, address and telephone number of the sub- contractor, employer identification number; eslimated dollar amount of the subcontract; estimated starting and completion dates of the sub- contract: and the geographical area in which the contract is to be performed. As used in this Notice, and in the contract resulting from this solicitation, the "covered area" is Littleton, Jeffrey Stocking were Megan's Godparents. The Community Circle will not put on the Town Meeting dinner this year, due to lack of interest. I0[o]t 00[q=t NOTICE OF H|alIIHG ON ALLOWANCE OF WILL STATE OF VERMONT IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Hert A. gowea PROBATE COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF Ilmdferd project this coming Sunday. To the heirs at low and oil persons It was voted to have a interested in the [state of Herbert A. calendar of events made up Bowen. late of Corinth, in said District, for the remainder of the year. deceased: You are notified that o written in. Frank Harris, John Durgin, strument doted July 17 1980 and put- Clyde and Coke Blake were porting 1o be the toss W'ill and Testament appointed to this committee, of said deceased has been presented to the Probate Court for the District of Bradford Snowmobile safety was by 0. Fay Allen, Jr., Esq,, with o petition discussed to great length, requesting Probate thereof. The , hearing thereon has been Senator Allen Avery is to scheduled for the 18thdoyofMorch, 1981 contact the Dept. of Public o1 1:0o p.m. at the Probate Court, Wells Safety to arrange for a date River, Vermont. yogr'Ioyoppeor then and there to show cause, if any you may hove, for a snowmobile course in why the said instrument should not be town for the young folks. It allowed as the Last Will and Testament of was voted to hold the Field the deceased. Doted this t0th day of February, 1981. Day on the Lake Morey Feb. /s/Rena N. Vigneau Judge 22 at 10 o'clock with Craig Walker in charge of recreation and Mary Cuthberson and Bonnie Huggett for refresh- ments. "Mr. and Mrs. William Fletcher announce the birth of a granddaughter, Sarah Hathaway, on Feb. 8. Sarah is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fletcher. Mrs. Dorothy Dooley of St. Martin's and Mrs. Esther Johnson of the Federated Church attended the meeting of the Church World Service- Crop (Christian Relief Overseas Program) at the Grace Methodist Church in Bradford, ,Friday, Feb. 13. Mrs, Adele Mangini, Nor- 2/18- 25- 314 I l =[.,_lld[O] | [01 m ESTATE Of Jmdo I. twomm STAI OF vrdlMONT Probate Court strict of Bradford, ss. To all interested persans: At the Probate Court in Bradford on the 5th day of February, 1981, on authen- ticated copy of the last Will and Testament and the Probate of Jennie B, tevensan late of Ramopo, in the County of Reckland, in the Slate of New York, deceased, leaving estate in said district:duly proved, allowed and established in the Surrogate's Court for the County and State aforesaid, was presented to this Cout, egreaable to the statute in such cores. And it is ordered by said Court that the 21st day of Murch, 198t at the Probate Court in Wells River, at 10:00 o'clock in the forenoon, be assigned for oil persons intetosted to peqr and contest the allowance of such instrument, and the probate thereof, if they see cause; and 00EEA siriEDlii Tax Planning And Record Keeping for Prompt Personal Service WILLIAM K. ARPS 80242002365 I Vi cks I I within the past three months I El" ,azz, L' ' Fizlz ]  -'Bnran._[l I ""'withWilIWill I , ready t(tens'FHEEU" !urnisheachtW" "tigerkitt(a '''""' "J. 30 to 74 years old [r l tlOR Cou 5572. tf--nc I c,.,,..ea OI.I,I..,KSTORE 603 6434000 exL 3521 or 3544 HELP WANTED 'r N S* E I { '1'( ) WII()KN()tVH FREE -- FREE -- any branch of the military N.\\;rmhrr t. 1!13:,, ill Miami. FREE--Brand new baby ]nay be eligible to join the kiltens. Three adorable kit- National Guard at their fay- tens, two tigers and one black. Will ix, ready to go March 31st. mar rank, even if they have II=[ff_*lId[|l|[l Will furnish a box of cat food been out for 20years. You,will earn between $76.00 and with each kitten. Call 802-439- $150.0(I for one weekend a STATE OF VERMONT ORANGE SUPERIOR COURT OAHGE COUNTY, ss. Iale old used books, OIX'n 9 (; your present job, and a lot of Docket No. Sl4-II Oed VIVIAN HATHAWAY 8ENNETY V$ RALPH E. KNNSTT, JR. SUMMONS AND OIER FOR PUBUCATION To the above-nomad defendant: You are hereby summoned and required to serve upon John Morale, Esq., plaintiff's attorney, whose address is 28 Main Street, Wells River, Vermont 05081, an answer to plaintiff's complaint in the above-entitled action within 41 days after the dote of the first publication of this summons, which is April 9, 1981. If you fail to do so, judgment by default will be token against you for the relief demanded in the com- plaint. Your answer must also be filed with the Court. Unless the relief demanded in the complaint is for darnnge covered by a liability insurance policy under which the insurer has the right or obligation to conduct the defense, or unless otherwise provided in Rule 13(o), your answer must state as o counterclaim any related claim welch you may have ngainst the plaintiff, or you will thereafter be hatred from making such claim in any other action. Plaintiff's action is a complaint for divorce brought by plaintiff against defendant, in which plaintiff alleges that at time of final hearing she will have lived separate and apart from plaintiff for six consecutive months, and that resumption of rrmritol relations is not reasonably probable. A copy of the complaint is on file and may be obtained at the office of the clerk of this court, Orange Superior Court, Chelsea, Vermont. It appearing from the affidavit duly filed in the above-entitled action that service cannot he made with due diligence by any of the methods prescrbed in V.R.C.P. 4(d) through If) inclusive, it is hereby ORDERED that service of the above process shall be made upon the defendant, Ralph E. Bennett, "Jr., by publication pursuant to V.R.C.P. 4(gL This order shall be published once a week for three con- secutive weeks an February 26, 1981, March S, 1981 and March 12, 1981, in the Jmwmd Old.lee, Bradford, Vermont, o newspaper of general circulation in Orange County, and o copy of this order shall be moiled to the defendant, Ralph E. Bennett, Jr., if his address is known. Dated at Chelsea, Vermont, this 1 lth day of February, 1981. Stephen 9. Martin Burton W. Speoner Jackson T. Webb Jles of Orange Svperier Cewt 2/25-3/4-11 i l =[ff_,l ideal I [1 =1 NOTICE OF NIARmG ON ALLOWANCE OF WILL STATE OF VERMONT IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF bglm |. Ikmcroft Murray. Used only twice. $65. Call 802-222-4032. TF-NC FREE--High spirited, 14 mo. nuetered male Irish Setter, All shots. Needs more room and .attention. Call after 5 or weekends. 802-439-5528. tf-nc FOR SALE--One slightly used' dog house for large dog. Painted white with black trim, steel roof. $50.00. Call after 5 or weekends. 802-439-5528. tf- nc .VI'; BUY .r I;t)rrt)w lhn'st,s ll,l' ('hihh'('n's (';lllll). Call Ihmm('x Ifildt, (*(HIf('t'('l|ce, Ihmm('y. N.II. u32t;t; l'llone q;()3 71;I; !tSIH alter 5 p n i'r2-25--c BIKE--Boys 26-inch ten speed. Good condition. $50. (all 802-222-459o after 3:00 p.m. 41--3-1 I--- i I $9,500; TITAN 14 wide 2 bedr. (1980) front and rear bedr. with no hallway, Expensive fireproof, prefinished drywall on all walls, furnished, del. and set up or $1 A24 down and 144 months at 140. APR 17 per cent Note $20,160. Closed Wed. Open Sundays. Fairlane Mobile Home Discounters, Rt. 3Tilton, N.It. It2-25---c $12,995; for either 70x14 Titan '3 bedr. front kitchen or the 66x14 Concord, 3 bedr. front bedroom; Both fully furnished and ]981 models. Delivery and set up included or $1,950 down and inx, est $189 for 144 months, PROBATE COURT EOR THE mSTCT 0E Brfol API( 17 per cent Note $27216. To the heirs at law and oil persons Sale this week only. Closed inerested ia the |state of Li|han |. Wed. Open Sundays. Citation Bancroft, late of Bradford, in said District, Mobile ttomes, Rt. 12, deceased: You ore notified that o written in- Charlestown, Nit. it2-25-- strument dated May 26, 1951, and purporting to he the Last Wilt and Testament of said deceased has been presented to the Probate Court for the District of Bradford by Otterrnan & Allen, Attorneys for the nominotad executor, Paul Bancroft, with a petition requesting Probate thereof. The hearing thereon has been scheduled for the 241h cloy of March, 1981 at 11:00 o.m. at the Probate Court, Wells River, Vermont. You may oppoar than and thece to show cause, if any you may have. wily the said instrument should not be I_*nt0].t=ggl[][qk. I allowed as the Last Will and Testament of I  --I the deceased. 12 luolllhs a year. ('onle anti change in your pocket, call bl'.xsr Ira2 :33971)9 or 44t3. SSG David Wright, in I iTT- !-22L-y_p ................... Woodsville, 747-3431 Mon.- Fri., 8 $o 4:30 p.m. The Guard AK(' lh,gislel"ed lriltiney is New Hampshire at its best! St)alfiels. Excelh, nt hurling 8T--2-25--C slcx'k. (;real hnuse dog. 802- 222-%2!!: 4T--1_:'28:-7_. p_ ............ IilGH SCHOOl, JUNIORS AND SENIORS--- The New I, AWNMOWER-- 20" ttampshire Army National HELP WANTED Immediate opening for Elementary School Aide. Dated this 19th day of Fubrury, 1981. is/Reno N. Vigneou 2125-3/4-11 Judge i i _,1 Id[tl I [I]'1 |STATS OF Dorethy C. Schneider STATE OF VERMONT Probale Court District of Bradford, ss. To all interested persons: At the Probate Court in Wells River, an deceased, leaving estate in said district,. duly proved allowed and established in the Prubate Court for Bridgeport District and State aforesaid, was presented to this Court, agreeable to the statute in such coses. And it is ordered by stud Court that the 9th day of March, 1981 at the Probate Court in Wells River, at 11:00 o'clock in the forenoon, be assigned for oil persons interested to appear and contest the allowance of such instrument, and the probate thereof," if they see cause; and that notice thereof be given by publishing this order three weeks successively in the JmrRI Olnlm, o newspaper published in MOBll,E ilOMES--We've got a home to fit your pocketbook. , Luxurious new Windors and llarrisons, as well as 50 used honles, all sizes and prices. Also choice lots available. Mitch's Mobile ltomes, Rt. 10, Woodsville, N.It. 03785. 603- 747-3376. 4T--2-18-- SUIH'I,US JEEPS, Cars, and Trucks. Avaihlbh' thru (;t)vel"nlu(,nl Agencies. Many st'l/ ulJder $200, ('all 312-74')- 1143. Exl. 6Ol 1 for i11ft), on how It) I)tll't'h;|s( ,. .IT--2-18--:1-4--:|- .I FEPS, ('ARS, TIIUCKS a,,aihtltle through governlm'nt agelwi(,s, inany sell for under $2(1(I.(). (';111 602-941-8014 Ext. the 2nd day of February, 1981, an Nn. 7127 for yam" dir(tol'y 011 authenticated copy of the lost Will and IIqP,.V tot)urchas('. 4T--3-1 I--p_ Testament and the Probate of Dorothy C. - ....... Schneider late of Bridgeport, in the County BEAI( i{ ! I)GE ('OUPE, of Fairfield, in the State of Cocmecticul, (.'hew | ('vl., (,XIl'a |ires and llee)s. i(l(X' rcaciv. $1().00 -r B.a. Brian ihly'ward, 685- 2211. 4"r--3- I I--, said District, previous to the time o9. pointed. Therefore, you ore hereby notified to appear before said Court, at the time and place aforesaid, and contest the allowance of the said instrument and the probate thereof, if you have cause. Given Under My Ikml, at Wells River in said Dislrict, this 3rd day of February, 1981. /s/Rena N. Vigneou 2/11- 18--25 AUCTION theast Assistant Director, that notice thereat be given by publishing conducted the meeting. Mrs. " this order three weeks successively in the ill=JelL'lid[fill[I'll Mangini had a very in-  OpIslm, o newspaper published in teresting talk about the work said District, previous to the time o- pointed, . N.N. tlGAL NOTICE done by the organization with Therefore, you ore hereby notified to In accordance with Federal Regulations the needy of the world. Her appear before said Court, at the time oad litle 42, Chapter 1, Port 53. Section place aforesaid, and contest the allowance 53.111, doted 7/22/72, as ommended by talk was illustrated by slides of the said instrument end the probate notice in the F:lerol Register Volume 44, and by exhibits of various thereof, if you hove couse, No, 98, Pgs, 29372-29410 ond upon 1969 PONTIA(' FiI{EBIRI) Rea(Iv tn race al Bear I{idge. 1974 "l'nntiac Venlura, with spare parts. $60(). or best offer. ( ;ill 802.222-45!10 after 3:00 p.nl. 4t--3- I I---c WANTFI)--I)ool and fender ftn' 7:', |0  r ' ()n' : :  t ()  Pickup ('llev, imssengers side. Brian I {avt(ard, (15 2241. .IT--'|- 11---4' Guard in Woodsville, NH has Call Peter B. Richards, sme great news* Yu may be I U n36 ryS I eligible to enlist in the Guard nio Elementa chool. allfra part-time job under the I (802) 439-5534 I new Split-Training Option. l" Choose a career that offers q , , I llllll I II I education, advancement, SAI,ES i EO! I,E AND IIEl,i x WANTEI)--Like advance training, good pay and benefits -- PLUS a $1500 MANAGERS WANTED-- by $$$$$$': Work 20 hours a week cash bonus or up to $4000 in ' gl.ltxv Iig tashitnl.. ..ieweh'v.- JLor al)lU'Oxilnately $12(I.00. For Educational Assistance. Stop c.114)ally exl)aIMmg It) this inlervi('v. appoinlmelt call area I,'or inlerview ap- ,hldv. ()3-.9-3362. 41"2- by the Woodsville Armory on t t dn ant call ,lud. 603989- 25-:c South Court Street and see ..................................... 3362 .i'l'--"-'5-- SSG David Wright or CALL ........ : ......... =_-"-' .............. 603-747-3431, Mon.-Fri., 8-4:30 "  " p.m. The Guard is New Hampshire at its Best! 8T--2- :&%-C ABMOR 'llOOl,--Altend Ft. Knn Arnlor School, full pay hih, vnu learn, nlost iln- portan] part-time  job in V('rnlonl. For lnore in- i ornullion call Jim Sumner 4'm9221 (ct)]lect) or Vet"lionS Army Na|iolml Guard Armory 222-461 I. 3T--2:18--25--3-4--c SPECIAl. El) leacher will lulor Elementary school childrel at my home or yours. ('all 8o2-429-2173. 4t--3-11--c HELP WANTED Chambermaid -- mornings only. Only responsible mature persons willing to work need apply. Call 802-222-4467 after 9:00 A.M. 2T--3-4--c WANTED--Immediate opening for Elementary School Aide. Call Peter B. Richards, Union 36 Elementary School. 802-439- 5534. I t2-25--c OFFI('E GIRl, NEEDED in Bradford Ottice. Will do office and receptionist work. Experience needed. Send resume to P.O. Box 565. tf--e WANTEI)--A middle-aged hldy to care for elderly couple. Call 1-603-353-4848 anytime. I T--2-25--c = _- _ :_-- -_ ...........................  SATURDAY FEBRUARY 28 1981 10:30 A,M. COMPLETE DISPERSAL At the firm of Robin Jckman in VInnIi. Vt The firm tl located 2 mdl =outh on Mple Street [tt of Mlin Itreet  Vennlll 66 HEAD OF CATTLE 41 Holstein . -- 25 Ayehire 36 mature cattle  I e Hollteln. I 0 Alhire - 10 iptinl nd rf/lh -bablm;e in 4111 staa of Ilctmuon I bead Holltn he/fern.- e hId Avihire hfeel 8 open Hotstetn heire*l  9 Veathng Hofltin hfei  1 ding Ayihe heifl All ltt re TO Ind blood telted, nIMI gom ld rsnlncy checked pnot to tale Mflher ire tree tl .ttle MACHINERY MII Fergum I e6 dletel with Agied Loder. '77 Olr with new moto and hyd,lutic svltem. Ca 300 with front loader. Ghl Food Wagen,  C4bv lair-unloading wt,ns. 3 keket wegon. (2 with new rick,). Owltoml 220 ! tOOt hwblne. NH. eupe ee ble. Nickelton tddet. McCormick rlke. Gpe1180 manure emwtth hdroulk; end glte ( I ylr Old}. J.D 34 =peelee. N.H I,ldor. N H Supe 717 cam chopte (with grlu hold). Menge 3 ffolnt hitch Cam hoppee, N.H. Mode 23 ehonl blower with 40 ft. ofetpe, lnttM#Ie2ootmplntr, J.O 10 ft,*mqhgtrrowI, 7 hllrllkJ D #Omowinp mhe. Ktngwlm hey elet, left. onlble =4wttor. 10 ft. gIn elevator. 3 bottom 3 point dtch plow. 3 bottom tri Plows* ultllto. 3 m hitt;h fe=thile IRtlatt. 3 pnt hitch cement mixeeitiko new), 2 row cuIto fo Fsrl H, MISCELLANEOUS Air comprmlIor. PlatfOrm ,gillel, om ee, Pip4r eudin grlal . liquid Aatre weed killer nd m#ny rainy more itqrI too nuou8 to mentlork CROPS 200 toni of ile01 in bunkor I1o Io he gold n abe IOtr pPoxmltlly 00 hele or hay SPECIAL 1977 Chevrolet 4 wheel dtivl pickup 350 V 8 4 speed SALE POSITIVE TERMS CASH LUNCH SERVED SALES MANAGER OWNER Morilvilll Commiion Selel. Inc. Robin Jkman Douolas Gilmour VMgenne$. Vermont 888-3531 or 748-4037 877-32 AUCTIONEER Bob Bluto e I. Dm MVl l l i go young hen of cow. wth good ty bred heiEl= nd yeInel. Ar brIedlne fo 1. ANTIQUES OF ALL KINDS llve Antique Touch Ed & Lynda Kulikowski Route 5 (Lower Plain) in Bradford, 802-222-4507 Residence: WANTED-- Used or old decoys, old books on hunting and fishing. Write Box 454, Bradford, Vt. 05033. tfnc " 3&l. BUILI)ERS--Th' relnodeling P.ros. Also repairs and new construction. Over 25 years experience. Call 802-685- 4557 for a free estimate. 3t--3- AUCTION As we are discontinuing milking, we will sell our milking herd at our farm, located on Rt. 10 -- 1 mile north of Piermont N.H. Village. FRIDAY -- MARCtt 6 12:30 P.M. 47 tlEAD TOP COWS 45 ARE HOLSTEINS 4-Registered Holsteins, 1 Reg. Jersey, 1 Reg. Guer consisting of: 6 fresh & not bred back, 1 Spr., 4 due May, 3 due June, 5 due July, 4 due Aug., 7 due Sept. Balance are cows in all stages of lactation. Cattle T.B. blood tested, nasal innoculated and checked for pregnancy before time of sale. Anyone wishing to purchase top cows plan to attend as this is a very productive herd of young cows. OWNERS: Esther & Robert Fadden, Piermont, N.ll. AUCTIONEERS: C.W. Gray &.Sons, Inc. East Thetford. Vt. 785-4348 or 785-2161 R. & D. Lussier Lyndonville, Vt. 626-5448 I--I) WATCH FOR MQRE COMPLETE LISTING NEXT WEEK ROOFINC,--T.A. KURALT CO. All types of roofing and repairs, slate stainless seams; copper seam aluminum. 14 years in the business. Call 802- 866-5547. Low Prices ! Work by LEASE EXPIRED the hour or contract. 8t--4- COMPLETE LIQUIDATION Ip COMPLETE IJQUIDATION OF PETE'S PANTRY BAKERY EQUIPMENT & PASTRY CASES AT PUBLIC AUCTION WEDNESDAY, MARCll 4, 1981 AT I 1:00 A,M. WEST LEBANON, N.D AT COLONIAL PLAZA TAKE EXIT 20 OFF INT, 89 This is only a partial listing -- To be sold piece by piece OF TilE COUNTRY WltEEL RESTAURANT RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT PIANO & ANTIQUES AT PUBLIC AUCTION MONDAY, MARCI! 2, 1981 AT 11:00 A.M. PROCTOR, VT. AT JCT. OF MA! N & CIIURCli ST. 6 MILES WEST OF RUTLAND This is only a partial listing -- To be sold piece by piece to the highest bidder. RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT S-S llobart built-in dishwasher w-boster -- Globe Grafton County, New Hampshire. il,iZATION OF MINORITY BUSINESS ENTERPRISES dders on this work are required to comply with the States Environmental Protection Agency's Region 1 on the increased utilization of MBE's which a regional goal to commit to MBE 4 to ll percent total dollar amount of construction contracts.'The for bidders and contractors covered by this re explained in the Instructions to Bidders. ctive Bidders will be required to file a BIDDER's FORM, a copy of which is included with tlie Documents, with the Town of Littleton, New Additional forms may be obtained at the office of tal Engineers, Inc. Bids will be accepted only who have submitted a BIDDER's IN- ON FORM. BIDDER's INFORMATION FORM ith the Bid. of Bids will be subject to the requirement said INFORMATION FOR BIDDERS. school, hbalth, and sewing eveeUorMynd, at Wells River in said District, kits, layettes, and blankets this9thdoyofFebruory1981. tha t a re needed. / s /Reno N. Vigneou Megan Marie,: daughter of 2/2s-3/4-1]' J Hardw00 Lop l 0000Maple, Yellow Birch, I Ash, White Birch I Honest Scale, Prompt Payment i rM-A00OUiST W..O0. D PRODUCTS, INC. n request of the Board of Trustees of Cottage t n t I1(' highest bidder on this above date and time Hospital, Offite of Health Planning and Development, State Department of Health i BAKERY EQUIPMFNT and Welfare, Department of Health and  Fish 75 12 pan rotary gas oven -- 10' 4 door raeh-in Human Services, Deportmenl of Health Resources Develapment ond according to rocedures esloblished in the N H, Slote Ion for the construction of hospital ond medicot facilities, has established o level of uncompensated serv/ces to be provided by Cottage Hospital for fiscal year 10/1/80 through 9/30/81. Uncompensated services will be limited to those services provided as inpotienl and outpatient care. to eligible persons whose annuoJ family income does not exceed the level ot income estohlished by the CSA Poverty Income Guidelines, The annual compliance level for uncompensoted services or $25,000.00, whichever is greeter, will be available to eligible persons, unless Cotloqe Hospital is finoncially unobie to do so, If lhe omount of uncompensated services is not met, the remaining obligation will carry 1orward to the net fiscal year. cooler w- comp. -- Doughnut frialator -- Kidde over the grill fire extinguisher system -- 6' hood w- updraft blowel .... S-S pol sink -- Grease trap -- 6' Aerhot bulcher block table -- S-S wrapping machine -- 2 Roll abnul bread cooling racks -- Roll about pan racks Proof box for sheet pans -- proof box for doughnut screens -- 2 upright bread cabinets -- 200 sheet pans :- Approx. 20() Lge. & Small 4 loaf bread pans -- National cash regisler -- 2, 72" glass pastry display cases -- 30" glass 4 shelf pastry display case -. 6' formica show case w- regisler tand -- and many other items. lXnsitive sale--Terms cash or a letter from your bank guaranteeing your check. Sale by order of owner. Sale i under the management of Barber Sales, Inc. i,ebanon, N.II. Tel: 603-448-3"|66. AUCTIONEERS: ,I. W. Barber -- l,arry (;,ray  John Ball. l,ic. No.: N.ll. 1912  Vt. Me.00115. meat slicer -- Charcoal cooker -- 4' S-S Sandwich bar w- comp. -- 6' Tyler dairy cae w- comp. -- 2 Frialators -- 2 S-S Sinks -- 4 ' Garland range w- 6 burners & grill - 12' Galv. hood -- S-S work counter -- S bench -- Upright freezer -- Butcher block lop 18" S-S bread cabinet .... 4 Slice toaster -- NCR Mod. 21 cash register -. ltarrington Baby Grand piano -- 84 pine chairs w- padded seats & 9 Maple chairs -- 16, Single pedestal formica top tables -- Banquet tables .-- Metal folding chairs -- 30' L Shape barn board bar with canopy top--. Bogins Amplifier w- 8 track & mike .... Hutch -- Seatee - and many other items. ANTIQUES: Girls wicker 2 wheel pull doll carriage -- Butter churn -- Butter worker -- Wine press -- Wagon wheels -- Milk cans -- Jug - Oak table -- and other items. Positive sale---Terms cash or a letter from your bank guaranteeing your cheek, Sale by order of owner. Sale under the management of Barber Sales, inc. Lebanon, N.ll. Tel: 603-448-3366. Auctioneers: J. W. Barber- I,arry (h-ay -- John Ball. ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS February 25, 1981-The Journal Opinion-Page 11 m TOWN OF LllTLETON WASTEWATER TREATMENT FACILITIES LITTLETON, NEW HAMPSHIRE Sealed Bids for Septage Facilities and Headworks, Lit- tleton, New Hampshire, Contract Number 1 will be received at the Office of Board of Selectmen, Town Hall, 2 Union Street, Littleton, New Hampshire, until 2:00 PM o'clock, March 9, 1981. Bids received after this time will not be accepted. Bids will publicly opened and read aloud at the Office of Board of Selectmen, Town Hall, 2 Union St., Littleton, NH. Contract Documents may be examined at the following locations: /O ffice of Board of Selectmen Construction Data Corp. TOwn ilall 91 Blanchard Road Union Street Ca m bridge, MA 02 ! 38 Littleton, New Itampshire 03561 Phne: (603) 444-3996 Environmental Engineers, Inc. 2 Chenell Drive Concord, New Hampshire 03301 Phone: (603) 228-1334 Atria: Mr. Woodbury P. Fogg, P.E. Associated General Contractors Eddy Road New llampshire 03:101 Dodge Corporation 114 Bay Street ,. Manchester, New llampshire ()3ttm COpies of Contract Documents may be obtained at the 0ffice of Environmental Engineers, located at the above address, upon payment of $50.00 deposit for each set. The full deposit will be returned to Bidders. Non-bidders will receive 50 percent of their deposit upon return, within ten days of the Bid opening, of eachset of Contract Documents in good Condition. No partial sets will be issued. Requests for mailing of contract documents and drawings shall include an ad- tional, non-refundable $15.00 postage and handling charge. ecks payable to Environmental Engineers, Inc. A pre-bid conference will be held on February 25, 1981 at 2:00 PM o'clock prevailing standard time, at the Town Hall, Litlleton, New 1Iampshire. The Owner reserves the right to waive informalities or to reject any or all bids. ..  Each Bidder shall deposit with his Bid, security in me let amount, form and subject to the conditions provided in'he I t NFORMATION FOR BIDDERS. Bid security shall be in the I Jlmount of l0 Iffccnt of the total Bid Price. ', l[Attrntion of bidders is particularly directed to the "r,'*weq.uirements as to conditions of employment to be observed and minimum wage rates to be paid under the contract: , [ ,.An contract or contracts awarded under this Aover- l I; ,Ument for Bids are expected to be funded in part by a grant ,1  [ro the United States Environmental Protection Agency. =  either the United States nor any of its department, agencies or employees is or will be a party to the Advertisement for lds or any resulting contract. This procurement will b, S_Ubjt to regulations contained in 40 CFR 35.936, 35.958 arm FOR SALE AUCTIONS i AUCTION r: e ii ? Card of Thanks The family of Barry O'Donnell wish to express our heartfelt thanks to all who have helped in any way at the time of our sorrow; for all the cards, visits, telephone calls, monies, FAST Squad donations, flowers and for helping at the house. Special thanks to the Police, Pastor Bill Wick, the doctors and staff at Hanover Hospital, Bradford FAST Squad, Ruberta Chalmers and Mr. and Mrs. Graves for staying with the children and to the Hale Funeral Home. If we have omitted anyone, our apologies. Your response has been overwhelming. May God bless you all. Larry & Miriam O'Donneil Kenny & Amy O'Donneli Dana O'Donnell & Peggy Kathleen & Carroll Porter Mrs. Lula Beard Mrs. Cora Webber CARD OF THANKS The family of Nell J. Pratt (Joe) wish to ex- press their deepest appreciation and thanks to neighbors, and friends who extended so many kindnesses of love, food, flowers and donations. A special thanks to the Rev. Arthur Bagley, also to the Fairlee FAST Squad. Alice P. Mason and Nieces and Nephews I c.0000.,s ! II I want to thank everyone for their generous |l I| donations toward my retirement at my surprize I[ II party on Feb. 13. It [l--Benny Thurston -Ill . = = Card of Thanks = We would like to take this time to thank = --- everyone who helped us with their donations of food, clothing and money since our fire. Thank you to Shanins classmates and _E teachers for the gifts given to her. i i =ffi A special thank you to the thoughtful and kind E Idders will be required to comply wLth the President s t Xeeutive Order No. 11246 and amendments or supplerfients =m people at Bradford National Bank. _ o that Executive Order. The requirements for Bidders and  A very special thank you to Morn and Dad for Ontractors under this order are explained in the IN-  their specialhelp. rt)RMATION FOR BIDDERS.  Nick Hilda NOTICE OF REQUIREMENT FOR AFFIRMATIVE AC- LJ Annette Bryan  TtlON TO ENSURE EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OP- i and ErinHunt0on - Shanin "-UKTUNITY EXECUTIVE ORDER ! 1246. Newbury, Vermont 1. The Offeror's or Bidder's attention is called to the "Equal Mrs. Esther Johnson O ' 'l se" and the "Standard Federal hPportunlty C au Fairlee 333-9704 V=qual Employment Opportunity Construction Con- ,,. tractSpecifications" set forth herein. Fairlee Baldtoppers Mr. and Mrs. Eleven Stocking, 2. lt]e t)a g Is and timetables for minority and female par- Fairlee Baldtoppers, Inc., was baptized at the Sunday tic' in percentage terms for the met Feb. 4 at 7:30 p.m. at the services. Feb. 15, at the ineach trade on all  Fairlee Town Hall, with 15 -Federated Church. Kathy and 4- 1-78--3-31-79 4-1-79-.__3.:| 1-80 4- ! -80---3-31-81 the absence of secretary, no minutes participation for participation ]n were read of the last meeting each trade Each trade but the treasurer's report was read and accepted. John Insert goals for Insert goalsTor Durgin, Trail Master, gave a Each year Each year report on work that had been done on trails but there is Not Applicable 3. I some re-routing of trails for N.ll. 5.0 0.8 6.9 necessary because of lack of snow, especially in the Lake These goals arc applicable to all the Contractor's Morey area. Several have consh'uction work (whether or not it is Federal or volunteered to work on this federally assisled) performed in the covered area. !t the Contrach)r performs construction work in a g(ugl"aphical area located outside of the covered area, it shall apply the goals established for such geographical area where the work is actually per- IOrlned. With regard to this second area, the Con- tractor is alsn subject to the goals for both its federally involved and non-federally involved con- sh'uction. Contractor's colnplianee with the Executive Order and the regulations in 41 CFR Part 60-4 shall be based on its implementation of the Equal Opportunity Clause specific affirmative action obligations required by the specifications set forth in 41 CFR 60-4.3(a), and its efforts to meet the goals established for the geographical area where the contract resulting from this solicitation is to be performed. The hours of minority and female employment and training must be substantially uniform throughout the length of the contract, and in each trade, and the contractor shall make a good faith effort to employ female minorities and women employees or trainees from Contractor to 'Contractor or from project to project for the sole purpose of meeting the Contractor's goals shall be a violation of the contract, the Executive Order and the regulations in 41 CFR Part 60-4. Compliance with the goals will be measured against the total work hours performed. The Contractor shall provide written notification to the Director of the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs within 10 working days of award of any construction subcontract in excess of $10,000 at any lier for construction work under the contract resulting from this solicitation. The notification shall list the nalne, address and telephone number of the sub- contractor, employer identification number; eslimated dollar amount of the subcontract; estimated starting and completion dates of the sub- contract: and the geographical area in which the contract is to be performed. As used in this Notice, and in the contract resulting from this solicitation, the "covered area" is Littleton, Jeffrey Stocking were Megan's Godparents. The Community Circle will not put on the Town Meeting dinner this year, due to lack of interest. I0[o]t 00[q=t NOTICE OF H|alIIHG ON ALLOWANCE OF WILL STATE OF VERMONT IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Hert A. gowea PROBATE COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF Ilmdferd project this coming Sunday. To the heirs at low and oil persons It was voted to have a interested in the [state of Herbert A. calendar of events made up Bowen. late of Corinth, in said District, for the remainder of the year. deceased: You are notified that o written in. Frank Harris, John Durgin, strument doted July 17 1980 and put- Clyde and Coke Blake were porting 1o be the toss W'ill and Testament appointed to this committee, of said deceased has been presented to the Probate Court for the District of Bradford Snowmobile safety was by 0. Fay Allen, Jr., Esq,, with o petition discussed to great length, requesting Probate thereof. The , hearing thereon has been Senator Allen Avery is to scheduled for the 18thdoyofMorch, 1981 contact the Dept. of Public o1 1:0o p.m. at the Probate Court, Wells Safety to arrange for a date River, Vermont. yogr'Ioyoppeor then and there to show cause, if any you may hove, for a snowmobile course in why the said instrument should not be town for the young folks. It allowed as the Last Will and Testament of was voted to hold the Field the deceased. Doted this t0th day of February, 1981. Day on the Lake Morey Feb. /s/Rena N. Vigneau Judge 22 at 10 o'clock with Craig Walker in charge of recreation and Mary Cuthberson and Bonnie Huggett for refresh- ments. "Mr. and Mrs. William Fletcher announce the birth of a granddaughter, Sarah Hathaway, on Feb. 8. Sarah is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fletcher. Mrs. Dorothy Dooley of St. Martin's and Mrs. Esther Johnson of the Federated Church attended the meeting of the Church World Service- Crop (Christian Relief Overseas Program) at the Grace Methodist Church in Bradford, ,Friday, Feb. 13. Mrs, Adele Mangini, Nor- 2/18- 25- 314 I l =[.,_lld[O] | [01 m ESTATE Of Jmdo I. twomm STAI OF vrdlMONT Probate Court strict of Bradford, ss. To all interested persans: At the Probate Court in Bradford on the 5th day of February, 1981, on authen- ticated copy of the last Will and Testament and the Probate of Jennie B, tevensan late of Ramopo, in the County of Reckland, in the Slate of New York, deceased, leaving estate in said district:duly proved, allowed and established in the Surrogate's Court for the County and State aforesaid, was presented to this Cout, egreaable to the statute in such cores. And it is ordered by said Court that the 21st day of Murch, 198t at the Probate Court in Wells River, at 10:00 o'clock in the forenoon, be assigned for oil persons intetosted to peqr and contest the allowance of such instrument, and the probate thereof, if they see cause; and 00EEA siriEDlii Tax Planning And Record Keeping for Prompt Personal Service WILLIAM K. ARPS 80242002365 I Vi cks I I within the past three months I El" ,azz, L' ' Fizlz ]  -'Bnran._[l I ""'withWilIWill I , ready t(tens'FHEEU" !urnisheachtW" "tigerkitt(a '''""' "J. 30 to 74 years old [r l tlOR Cou 5572. tf--nc I c,.,,..ea OI.I,I..,KSTORE 603 6434000 exL 3521 or 3544 HELP WANTED 'r N S* E I { '1'( ) WII()KN()tVH FREE -- FREE -- any branch of the military N.\\;rmhrr t. 1!13:,, ill Miami. FREE--Brand new baby ]nay be eligible to join the kiltens. Three adorable kit- National Guard at their fay- tens, two tigers and one black. Will ix, ready to go March 31st. mar rank, even if they have II=[ff_*lId[|l|[l Will furnish a box of cat food been out for 20years. You,will earn between $76.00 and with each kitten. Call 802-439- $150.0(I for one weekend a STATE OF VERMONT ORANGE SUPERIOR COURT OAHGE COUNTY, ss. Iale old used books, OIX'n 9 (; your present job, and a lot of Docket No. Sl4-II Oed VIVIAN HATHAWAY 8ENNETY V$ RALPH E. KNNSTT, JR. SUMMONS AND OIER FOR PUBUCATION To the above-nomad defendant: You are hereby summoned and required to serve upon John Morale, Esq., plaintiff's attorney, whose address is 28 Main Street, Wells River, Vermont 05081, an answer to plaintiff's complaint in the above-entitled action within 41 days after the dote of the first publication of this summons, which is April 9, 1981. If you fail to do so, judgment by default will be token against you for the relief demanded in the com- plaint. Your answer must also be filed with the Court. Unless the relief demanded in the complaint is for darnnge covered by a liability insurance policy under which the insurer has the right or obligation to conduct the defense, or unless otherwise provided in Rule 13(o), your answer must state as o counterclaim any related claim welch you may have ngainst the plaintiff, or you will thereafter be hatred from making such claim in any other action. Plaintiff's action is a complaint for divorce brought by plaintiff against defendant, in which plaintiff alleges that at time of final hearing she will have lived separate and apart from plaintiff for six consecutive months, and that resumption of rrmritol relations is not reasonably probable. A copy of the complaint is on file and may be obtained at the office of the clerk of this court, Orange Superior Court, Chelsea, Vermont. It appearing from the affidavit duly filed in the above-entitled action that service cannot he made with due diligence by any of the methods prescrbed in V.R.C.P. 4(d) through If) inclusive, it is hereby ORDERED that service of the above process shall be made upon the defendant, Ralph E. Bennett, "Jr., by publication pursuant to V.R.C.P. 4(gL This order shall be published once a week for three con- secutive weeks an February 26, 1981, March S, 1981 and March 12, 1981, in the Jmwmd Old.lee, Bradford, Vermont, o newspaper of general circulation in Orange County, and o copy of this order shall be moiled to the defendant, Ralph E. Bennett, Jr., if his address is known. Dated at Chelsea, Vermont, this 1 lth day of February, 1981. Stephen 9. Martin Burton W. Speoner Jackson T. Webb Jles of Orange Svperier Cewt 2/25-3/4-11 i l =[ff_,l ideal I [1 =1 NOTICE OF NIARmG ON ALLOWANCE OF WILL STATE OF VERMONT IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF bglm |. Ikmcroft Murray. Used only twice. $65. Call 802-222-4032. TF-NC FREE--High spirited, 14 mo. nuetered male Irish Setter, All shots. Needs more room and .attention. Call after 5 or weekends. 802-439-5528. tf-nc FOR SALE--One slightly used' dog house for large dog. Painted white with black trim, steel roof. $50.00. Call after 5 or weekends. 802-439-5528. tf- nc .VI'; BUY .r I;t)rrt)w lhn'st,s ll,l' ('hihh'('n's (';lllll). Call Ihmm('x Ifildt, (*(HIf('t'('l|ce, Ihmm('y. N.II. u32t;t; l'llone q;()3 71;I; !tSIH alter 5 p n i'r2-25--c BIKE--Boys 26-inch ten speed. Good condition. $50. (all 802-222-459o after 3:00 p.m. 41--3-1 I--- i I $9,500; TITAN 14 wide 2 bedr. (1980) front and rear bedr. with no hallway, Expensive fireproof, prefinished drywall on all walls, furnished, del. and set up or $1 A24 down and 144 months at 140. APR 17 per cent Note $20,160. Closed Wed. Open Sundays. Fairlane Mobile Home Discounters, Rt. 3Tilton, N.It. It2-25---c $12,995; for either 70x14 Titan '3 bedr. front kitchen or the 66x14 Concord, 3 bedr. front bedroom; Both fully furnished and ]981 models. Delivery and set up included or $1,950 down and inx, est $189 for 144 months, PROBATE COURT EOR THE mSTCT 0E Brfol API( 17 per cent Note $27216. To the heirs at law and oil persons Sale this week only. Closed inerested ia the |state of Li|han |. Wed. Open Sundays. Citation Bancroft, late of Bradford, in said District, Mobile ttomes, Rt. 12, deceased: You ore notified that o written in- Charlestown, Nit. it2-25-- strument dated May 26, 1951, and purporting to he the Last Wilt and Testament of said deceased has been presented to the Probate Court for the District of Bradford by Otterrnan & Allen, Attorneys for the nominotad executor, Paul Bancroft, with a petition requesting Probate thereof. The hearing thereon has been scheduled for the 241h cloy of March, 1981 at 11:00 o.m. at the Probate Court, Wells River, Vermont. You may oppoar than and thece to show cause, if any you may have. wily the said instrument should not be I_*nt0].t=ggl[][qk. I allowed as the Last Will and Testament of I  --I the deceased. 12 luolllhs a year. ('onle anti change in your pocket, call bl'.xsr Ira2 :33971)9 or 44t3. SSG David Wright, in I iTT- !-22L-y_p ................... Woodsville, 747-3431 Mon.- Fri., 8 $o 4:30 p.m. The Guard AK(' lh,gislel"ed lriltiney is New Hampshire at its best! St)alfiels. Excelh, nt hurling 8T--2-25--C slcx'k. (;real hnuse dog. 802- 222-%2!!: 4T--1_:'28:-7_. p_ ............ IilGH SCHOOl, JUNIORS AND SENIORS--- The New I, AWNMOWER-- 20" ttampshire Army National HELP WANTED Immediate opening for Elementary School Aide. Dated this 19th day of Fubrury, 1981. is/Reno N. Vigneou 2125-3/4-11 Judge i i _,1 Id[tl I [I]'1 |STATS OF Dorethy C. Schneider STATE OF VERMONT Probale Court District of Bradford, ss. To all interested persons: At the Probate Court in Wells River, an deceased, leaving estate in said district,. duly proved allowed and established in the Prubate Court for Bridgeport District and State aforesaid, was presented to this Court, agreeable to the statute in such coses. And it is ordered by stud Court that the 9th day of March, 1981 at the Probate Court in Wells River, at 11:00 o'clock in the forenoon, be assigned for oil persons interested to appear and contest the allowance of such instrument, and the probate thereof," if they see cause; and that notice thereof be given by publishing this order three weeks successively in the JmrRI Olnlm, o newspaper published in MOBll,E ilOMES--We've got a home to fit your pocketbook. , Luxurious new Windors and llarrisons, as well as 50 used honles, all sizes and prices. Also choice lots available. Mitch's Mobile ltomes, Rt. 10, Woodsville, N.It. 03785. 603- 747-3376. 4T--2-18-- SUIH'I,US JEEPS, Cars, and Trucks. Avaihlbh' thru (;t)vel"nlu(,nl Agencies. Many st'l/ ulJder $200, ('all 312-74')- 1143. Exl. 6Ol 1 for i11ft), on how It) I)tll't'h;|s( ,. .IT--2-18--:1-4--:|- .I FEPS, ('ARS, TIIUCKS a,,aihtltle through governlm'nt agelwi(,s, inany sell for under $2(1(I.(). (';111 602-941-8014 Ext. the 2nd day of February, 1981, an Nn. 7127 for yam" dir(tol'y 011 authenticated copy of the lost Will and IIqP,.V tot)urchas('. 4T--3-1 I--p_ Testament and the Probate of Dorothy C. - ....... Schneider late of Bridgeport, in the County BEAI( i{ ! I)GE ('OUPE, of Fairfield, in the State of Cocmecticul, (.'hew | ('vl., (,XIl'a |ires and llee)s. i(l(X' rcaciv. $1().00 -r B.a. Brian ihly'ward, 685- 2211. 4"r--3- I I--, said District, previous to the time o9. pointed. Therefore, you ore hereby notified to appear before said Court, at the time and place aforesaid, and contest the allowance of the said instrument and the probate thereof, if you have cause. Given Under My Ikml, at Wells River in said Dislrict, this 3rd day of February, 1981. /s/Rena N. Vigneou 2/11- 18--25 AUCTION theast Assistant Director, that notice thereat be given by publishing conducted the meeting. Mrs. " this order three weeks successively in the ill=JelL'lid[fill[I'll Mangini had a very in-  OpIslm, o newspaper published in teresting talk about the work said District, previous to the time o- pointed, . N.N. tlGAL NOTICE done by the organization with Therefore, you ore hereby notified to In accordance with Federal Regulations the needy of the world. Her appear before said Court, at the time oad litle 42, Chapter 1, Port 53. Section place aforesaid, and contest the allowance 53.111, doted 7/22/72, as ommended by talk was illustrated by slides of the said instrument end the probate notice in the F:lerol Register Volume 44, and by exhibits of various thereof, if you hove couse, No, 98, Pgs, 29372-29410 ond upon 1969 PONTIA(' FiI{EBIRI) Rea(Iv tn race al Bear I{idge. 1974 "l'nntiac Venlura, with spare parts. $60(). or best offer. ( ;ill 802.222-45!10 after 3:00 p.nl. 4t--3- I I---c WANTFI)--I)ool and fender ftn' 7:', |0  r ' ()n' : :  t ()  Pickup ('llev, imssengers side. Brian I {avt(ard, (15 2241. .IT--'|- 11---4' Guard in Woodsville, NH has Call Peter B. Richards, sme great news* Yu may be I U n36 ryS I eligible to enlist in the Guard nio Elementa chool. allfra part-time job under the I (802) 439-5534 I new Split-Training Option. l" Choose a career that offers q , , I llllll I II I education, advancement, SAI,ES i EO! I,E AND IIEl,i x WANTEI)--Like advance training, good pay and benefits -- PLUS a $1500 MANAGERS WANTED-- by $$$$$$': Work 20 hours a week cash bonus or up to $4000 in ' gl.ltxv Iig tashitnl.. ..ieweh'v.- JLor al)lU'Oxilnately $12(I.00. For Educational Assistance. Stop c.114)ally exl)aIMmg It) this inlervi('v. appoinlmelt call area I,'or inlerview ap- ,hldv. ()3-.9-3362. 41"2- by the Woodsville Armory on t t dn ant call ,lud. 603989- 25-:c South Court Street and see ..................................... 3362 .i'l'--"-'5-- SSG David Wright or CALL ........ : ......... =_-"-' .............. 603-747-3431, Mon.-Fri., 8-4:30 "  " p.m. The Guard is New Hampshire at its Best! 8T--2- :&%-C ABMOR 'llOOl,--Altend Ft. Knn Arnlor School, full pay hih, vnu learn, nlost iln- portan] part-time  job in V('rnlonl. For lnore in- i ornullion call Jim Sumner 4'm9221 (ct)]lect) or Vet"lionS Army Na|iolml Guard Armory 222-461 I. 3T--2:18--25--3-4--c SPECIAl. El) leacher will lulor Elementary school childrel at my home or yours. ('all 8o2-429-2173. 4t--3-11--c HELP WANTED Chambermaid -- mornings only. Only responsible mature persons willing to work need apply. Call 802-222-4467 after 9:00 A.M. 2T--3-4--c WANTED--Immediate opening for Elementary School Aide. Call Peter B. Richards, Union 36 Elementary School. 802-439- 5534. I t2-25--c OFFI('E GIRl, NEEDED in Bradford Ottice. Will do office and receptionist work. Experience needed. Send resume to P.O. Box 565. tf--e WANTEI)--A middle-aged hldy to care for elderly couple. Call 1-603-353-4848 anytime. I T--2-25--c = _- _ :_-- -_ ...........................  SATURDAY FEBRUARY 28 1981 10:30 A,M. COMPLETE DISPERSAL At the firm of Robin Jckman in VInnIi. Vt The firm tl located 2 mdl =outh on Mple Street [tt of Mlin Itreet  Vennlll 66 HEAD OF CATTLE 41 Holstein . -- 25 Ayehire 36 mature cattle  I e Hollteln. I 0 Alhire - 10 iptinl nd rf/lh -bablm;e in 4111 staa of Ilctmuon I bead Holltn he/fern.- e hId Avihire hfeel 8 open Hotstetn heire*l  9 Veathng Hofltin hfei  1 ding Ayihe heifl All ltt re TO Ind blood telted, nIMI gom ld rsnlncy checked pnot to tale Mflher ire tree tl .ttle MACHINERY MII Fergum I e6 dletel with Agied Loder. '77 Olr with new moto and hyd,lutic svltem. Ca 300 with front loader. Ghl Food Wagen,  C4bv lair-unloading wt,ns. 3 keket wegon. (2 with new rick,). Owltoml 220 ! tOOt hwblne. NH. eupe ee ble. Nickelton tddet. McCormick rlke. Gpe1180 manure emwtth hdroulk; end glte ( I ylr Old}. J.D 34 =peelee. N.H I,ldor. N H Supe 717 cam chopte (with grlu hold). Menge 3 ffolnt hitch Cam hoppee, N.H. Mode 23 ehonl blower with 40 ft. ofetpe, lnttM#Ie2ootmplntr, J.O 10 ft,*mqhgtrrowI, 7 hllrllkJ D #Omowinp mhe. Ktngwlm hey elet, left. onlble =4wttor. 10 ft. gIn elevator. 3 bottom 3 point dtch plow. 3 bottom tri Plows* ultllto. 3 m hitt;h fe=thile IRtlatt. 3 pnt hitch cement mixeeitiko new), 2 row cuIto fo Fsrl H, MISCELLANEOUS Air comprmlIor. PlatfOrm ,gillel, om ee, Pip4r eudin grlal . liquid Aatre weed killer nd m#ny rainy more itqrI too nuou8 to mentlork CROPS 200 toni of ile01 in bunkor I1o Io he gold n abe IOtr pPoxmltlly 00 hele or hay SPECIAL 1977 Chevrolet 4 wheel dtivl pickup 350 V 8 4 speed SALE POSITIVE TERMS CASH LUNCH SERVED SALES MANAGER OWNER Morilvilll Commiion Selel. Inc. Robin Jkman Douolas Gilmour VMgenne$. Vermont 888-3531 or 748-4037 877-32 AUCTIONEER Bob Bluto e I. Dm MVl l l i go young hen of cow. wth good ty bred heiEl= nd yeInel. Ar brIedlne fo 1. ANTIQUES OF ALL KINDS llve Antique Touch Ed & Lynda Kulikowski Route 5 (Lower Plain) in Bradford, 802-222-4507 Residence: WANTED-- Used or old decoys, old books on hunting and fishing. Write Box 454, Bradford, Vt. 05033. tfnc " 3&l. BUILI)ERS--Th' relnodeling P.ros. Also repairs and new construction. Over 25 years experience. Call 802-685- 4557 for a free estimate. 3t--3- AUCTION As we are discontinuing milking, we will sell our milking herd at our farm, located on Rt. 10 -- 1 mile north of Piermont N.H. Village. FRIDAY -- MARCtt 6 12:30 P.M. 47 tlEAD TOP COWS 45 ARE HOLSTEINS 4-Registered Holsteins, 1 Reg. Jersey, 1 Reg. Guer consisting of: 6 fresh & not bred back, 1 Spr., 4 due May, 3 due June, 5 due July, 4 due Aug., 7 due Sept. Balance are cows in all stages of lactation. Cattle T.B. blood tested, nasal innoculated and checked for pregnancy before time of sale. Anyone wishing to purchase top cows plan to attend as this is a very productive herd of young cows. OWNERS: Esther & Robert Fadden, Piermont, N.ll. AUCTIONEERS: C.W. Gray &.Sons, Inc. East Thetford. Vt. 785-4348 or 785-2161 R. & D. Lussier Lyndonville, Vt. 626-5448 I--I) WATCH FOR MQRE COMPLETE LISTING NEXT WEEK ROOFINC,--T.A. KURALT CO. All types of roofing and repairs, slate stainless seams; copper seam aluminum. 14 years in the business. Call 802- 866-5547. Low Prices ! Work by LEASE EXPIRED the hour or contract. 8t--4- COMPLETE LIQUIDATION Ip COMPLETE IJQUIDATION OF PETE'S PANTRY BAKERY EQUIPMENT & PASTRY CASES AT PUBLIC AUCTION WEDNESDAY, MARCll 4, 1981 AT I 1:00 A,M. WEST LEBANON, N.D AT COLONIAL PLAZA TAKE EXIT 20 OFF INT, 89 This is only a partial listing -- To be sold piece by piece OF TilE COUNTRY WltEEL RESTAURANT RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT PIANO & ANTIQUES AT PUBLIC AUCTION MONDAY, MARCI! 2, 1981 AT 11:00 A.M. PROCTOR, VT. AT JCT. OF MA! N & CIIURCli ST. 6 MILES WEST OF RUTLAND This is only a partial listing -- To be sold piece by piece to the highest bidder. RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT S-S llobart built-in dishwasher w-boster -- Globe Grafton County, New Hampshire. il,iZATION OF MINORITY BUSINESS ENTERPRISES dders on this work are required to comply with the States Environmental Protection Agency's Region 1 on the increased utilization of MBE's which a regional goal to commit to MBE 4 to ll percent total dollar amount of construction contracts.'The for bidders and contractors covered by this re explained in the Instructions to Bidders. ctive Bidders will be required to file a BIDDER's FORM, a copy of which is included with tlie Documents, with the Town of Littleton, New Additional forms may be obtained at the office of tal Engineers, Inc. Bids will be accepted only who have submitted a BIDDER's IN- ON FORM. BIDDER's INFORMATION FORM ith the Bid. of Bids will be subject to the requirement said INFORMATION FOR BIDDERS. school, hbalth, and sewing eveeUorMynd, at Wells River in said District, kits, layettes, and blankets this9thdoyofFebruory1981. that a re needed. / s /Reno N. Vigneou Megan Marie,: daughter of 2/2s-3/4-1]' J Hardw00 Lop l 0000Maple, Yellow Birch, I Ash, White Birch I Honest Scale, Prompt Payment i rM-A00OUiST W..O0. D PRODUCTS, INC. n request of the Board of Trustees of Cottage t n t I1(' highest bidder on this above date and time Hospital, Offite of Health Planning and Development, State Department of Health i BAKERY EQUIPMFNT and Welfare, Department of Health and  Fish 75 12 pan rotary gas oven -- 10' 4 door raeh-in Human Services, Deportmenl of Health Resources Develapment ond according to rocedures esloblished in the N H, Slote Ion for the construction of hospital ond medicot facilities, has established o level of uncompensated serv/ces to be provided by Cottage Hospital for fiscal year 10/1/80 through 9/30/81. Uncompensated services will be limited to those services provided as inpotienl and outpatient care. to eligible persons whose annuoJ family income does not exceed the level ot income estohlished by the CSA Poverty Income Guidelines, The annual compliance level for uncompensoted services or $25,000.00, whichever is greeter, will be available to eligible persons, unless Cotloqe Hospital is finoncially unobie to do so, If lhe omount of uncompensated services is not met, the remaining obligation will carry 1orward to the net fiscal year. cooler w- comp. -- Doughnut frialator -- Kidde over the grill fire extinguisher system -- 6' hood w- updraft blowel .... S-S pol sink -- Grease trap -- 6' Aerhot bulcher block table -- S-S wrapping machine -- 2 Roll abnul bread cooling racks -- Roll about pan racks Proof box for sheet pans -- proof box for doughnut screens -- 2 upright bread cabinets -- 200 sheet pans :- Approx. 20() Lge. & Small 4 loaf bread pans -- National cash regisler -- 2, 72" glass pastry display cases -- 30" glass 4 shelf pastry display case -. 6' formica show case w- regisler tand -- and many other items. lXnsitive sale--Terms cash or a letter from your bank guaranteeing your check. Sale by order of owner. Sale i under the management of Barber Sales, Inc. i,ebanon, N.II. Tel: 603-448-3"|66. AUCTIONEERS: ,I. W. Barber -- l,arry (;,ray  John Ball. l,ic. No.: N.ll. 1912  Vt. Me.00115. meat slicer -- Charcoal cooker -- 4' S-S Sandwich bar w- comp. -- 6' Tyler dairy cae w- comp. -- 2 Frialators -- 2 S-S Sinks -- 4 ' Garland range w- 6 burners & grill - 12' Galv. hood -- S-S work counter -- S bench -- Upright freezer -- Butcher block lop 18" S-S bread cabinet .... 4 Slice toaster -- NCR Mod. 21 cash register -. ltarrington Baby Grand piano -- 84 pine chairs w- padded seats & 9 Maple chairs -- 16, Single pedestal formica top tables -- Banquet tables .-- Metal folding chairs -- 30' L Shape barn board bar with canopy top--. Bogins Amplifier w- 8 track & mike .... Hutch -- Seatee - and many other items. ANTIQUES: Girls wicker 2 wheel pull doll carriage -- Butter churn -- Butter worker -- Wine press -- Wagon wheels -- Milk cans -- Jug - Oak table -- and other items. Positive sale---Terms cash or a letter from your bank guaranteeing your cheek, Sale by order of owner. Sale under the management of Barber Sales, inc. Lebanon, N.ll. Tel: 603-448-3366. Auctioneers: J. W. Barber- I,arry (h-ay -- John Ball.