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i'age 2-The Journal Opinion-March 1 !, 1981 i J "0 ( ltELDOVER Nominated for Best Actor STARTS FRIDAY 7:00 p.m. & 9:00 p.m. ALTERED RI]B[RT I]UVALL STATES mec, w=ar Rated R 7:15&9:3 MATINEES SAT. & SUN. 2:00 P.M. WITH THE PURCHASE OF ONE OF OUR REMAINING MODELS IN STOCK 4 LATE 1980 2 & 3 bedroom homes left. ALL MUST GO by April 1 IIllllllllllll I I I I BENTON ROAD MOBILE HOMES FINANCING AVAILABLE Ends of Skyes Ave. White River Jet. (802) 295-7]04  Plant sale to benefit United Cerebral Palsy BRADFORD-The second palsy can also be caused in annual Mother's Day Plant children by lead poisoning or severe head injuries. UCP programs and services to benefit from the plant sale include the scholarship fund, service and equipment fund, physical and occupational therapy, citizen advocacy, in format ion, and referral. For further informatiOh on cerebral palsy, contact United Cerebral Palsy of Vermont, Box 156, tlyde Park, VI. 05655. Sale to benefi! United Cerebral Palsy of Vermont will take place in front of the Four Seasons Clothing Store and the Village Store in Bradford on Mother's Day weekend in May. Ben Weissman is already planning for the sale and appealed to all his green thumbed friends in the Corinth and Bradford areas to con- tribute plants and cuttings for the sale. Plants and cuttings may he left at the Four Seasons Clothing Store or the Village Store. "Programs such as this depend heavily upon volun- tary participation and I am confident that many green thumbs in our area will help us in our endeavor," said Weissman, who is immediate past president of United Cerebral Palsy of Vermont. More information on the Plant Sale can be obtained by calling Weissman at 439-5954 after 5 p.m. Plans call for the plant sale to begin May 8 at 10 a.m. in front of the Four Seasons Clothing Store and Village Store. It will continue until 4 p.m. and keep the same hours t he following three days. Funds raised at the plant sale will be donated to United Cerebral Palsy of Vermont, a private non-profit organization dedicated to serving Vermonters affected by cerebral palsy, their families, and the community, Cerebral palsy is not a disease. It is a condition caused when parts of the brain that control motor function are damaged, It usually oc- curs before, during, or shortly after birth. The principal cause is an interruption of the oxygen supply to the brain. Other causes include certain irus infections and prolonged or abrupt labor. Cerebral Haverhill student wins college honor HAVERHILL--Nancy J. Bruckner of Haverhill has received honors for the fall term at Skidmore College, a coeducational liberal arts institution with approximately 2,000 students. Highest honors are awarded for a quality grade point ratio of 3.6 or more from a possible 4.0. Honors are awarded for a ratio of 3.2 to 3.59. Ms. Bruckner, a member of the class of 1982, is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Karl T. Bruckner of Rte. 10, Main St., Haverhill. TilOUGIITS TI' Irouble with people who talk t(m fasl is thai they often say somelhing they haven't thoughl of yet. N.H. Youth Orchestra to play in Woodsville W(X)DSV1LLE-The second honor of oulslanding concert of the New liampshire Youth Orchestra's Spring Tour is scheduled at 8 p.m. March 27 at the Woodsville lligh School. Under the direction of Claude White, the young musicians will play a program consisting of music by Faure, Mozart. Schubert and Offenbach. The Youth Orchestra is the first arts organization recipient of the New ttamp- shire Governor's Award in Newbtwy M_ne gets promotion NEWBURY- Marine PFC James A. Ertle, son of Dr. and Mrs. Charles D. Ertle of Newbury, has been meritoriously promoted to his present rank upon graduation from recruit training at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot at Parris Island, S.C. He received the early promotion for his superior performance during all phases of the I l-week training cycle, which emphasized physical conditioning, self- discipline and teamwork. A 1979 graduate of Oxbow ttigh School, he joined the Marine Corps in May 1980. achievement and excellence in tile a,'t,s. The concerl is funded in part by the New Hampshire Comnfission on the Arts. the Frederick Smyth Institute of Music and many foundations, businesses and individual cnnlribuh)rs, including the ('ohase Lions Club, the North llaverhill Girl's Club and River's Reach Arts Council. SPECIAL TUESDAY ST. PATRIC DAY Bradford seaman completes course BI{AI)Ft)RI) Coast Guard Se;llllan Yeolllan Anne-Marie ('. l'lanle, daughlcr of Madeline R. and loberl E. Planle Jr. nf Bradford, has completed tbe basic yeoman course. l)uring the 12-week course at tile Coast Guard Training ('enler at Pelaluma, Calif., sludenls received instruction on office organization, English, typing, and filing. Miss i'lanle joined the Coast (;uard in March, 1980. areTllalnyl;x StrtrYs fSm 'e"lge rYarC I hr s7 For some children, it is Papa or Mama who spins the favorite yarn Nancy Benson of Newbury Village shares with us a picture- story book that she made for her son Joshua. One of his paintings decorates the cover Twelve photographs illustrate the narrative, which is typed in large print. To childproof the booklet, each page is covered with clear contact paper. Here is their story : TWO FRIENDS Written by Nancy Benson Illustrated with photographs by Tim Benson Dedicated to Jacob and Joshua Once upon a time there lived two little babies in the small Vermont town of Newbury, Their names were Jacob Rower and Joshua Benson. Now these two babies just happened to be baekyard neigh- bors. And when Joshua had his first birthday he invited Jacob, among other friends, to his party. Jakie and Joshie didn't stay babies for very long Soon they were visiting each other every day. Joshie loved going to Jakie's house. Jakie enjoyed Joshie's house. Joshuo knew JOcob wos hs best fr(end. JacoD knew th;t JoShua as his bos friend. !vet)one in the i tll(" towm +" +wbury. ',er,ont knew how uch dnccb nnd other. T,'e) ,eee two r,en,ls.  i i, The Ca.n.on AE-I i' , a standout in the crowd i f , ,1 DINNER IN OUR LOUNGE Bath time was double the fun with a special friend to share the tub. ,;':': Jacob and Joshua learned many things together. Taking , Corn Bee turns was an important but difficult thing to learn. Sometimes they upset each other and one boy would cry. 35 mm Technology has | e I Most of their playtime together was happy and pleasant undergone a revolution in | & Cabbag andfun. These boys loved to be outside. Each day they took walks. re't 'ears' prduci a I " '4:50 .......... I Sometime the walke. the woo ......... new generation of com-  Thev Saw many things outside: Horse's tails and pact, lightweight, GREEN BEER 60  a glass mushrooms, animals and Irees, leaves of every color, mud and snow, trains and milk tank trucks, and milkweeds were just some of their discoveries. Both boys loved a certain special baseball hat. One day they couldn't find the baseball hat. Where do you suppose it was? Who had that baseball hat? (Picture shows Joshua's dog wearing the hat. ) Jakie took naps at Joshie's house. Joshie took naps at Jakie's house. They rode on Jakie's motorbike and Joshie's carriage. Joshua knew that Jacob was his best friend. Jacob knew that Joshua was his best friend. Everyone in the little town of Newbury, Vermont knew how much Jacob and Joshua meant to each other. They were two friends. Make a story for your child It's an enduring present. The i I i [ i I .= E | dependable, and easy to use cameras with a multitude of options and accessories. The Canon AE-I is a standout among this new generation. We at the Camera Shop of Hanover will be pleased to demonstrate to you the AE-I's remarkable features, such as lightning-quick handling, shutter priority automation with manual override, a flash that sets itself automatically, a compact and quiet motor winder, and a host of superb quality canon lenses that meet the needs of the most demanding eustomers. LOUNGE EN]ERT/UNMENT WEDNESDAY RILL MOON REVUE . IHURSDAY FULL MOON REVUE FRIDAY STIPHEN WPlJ 111 CI, OB 111 Central St. Woodsville, N. H. " - t  - %:. FOR THE TIME OF YOUR LIFE- JOIN YOUR FRIENDS & NEIGHBORS AT THE 111 CLUB, Featuring... ,IRIL Ikins. irlee Verly l., a For Your Reservation Call Before 7:00 P.N Tel. (603) 747-2505 or 747-2840 I Friday, March 27,1981 Landers Resteraunt Leb0nan, N.H. PUBLIC INVITED AGENDA: 6-7 PM Cocktail Ho   Roas 7- Dinner: _ $7.20 ea t Stuffed Breast of Boneless Chicken Baked Potato, Tossed Salad Dessert, Coffee t l)ue to the "sit down" dinner at Lande, t reservations are necessary After Dinner: - Awards Conservation Camp Winners The Eruption of Mount St. Helens: Norm Wakeman with Slides, Ash Materials, Discussion-hctu Aerial Photos of the October Eruptit of the Mountain, Area Damage and Restoration. ,diec , life IS SU BY MARCH 20, 1981 CLIP & MAIL DINNER RESERVATIONS NAMF,_ ADDRESS NUMBER ATTENDING__ TOTAL / PLEASE MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE TO" ! t Grafton County Conservation District P.O. Box 229 -- Court Street N Woodsviile, N.ll. 03785 i So stop by soon at the Camera Shop of Hanover and ask to see the Canon booklet need not be elaborate, but it will be his. . AE-1, a true standout among the crowd. SATURDAY Flower-plant show I , ._ 'EU ,rr.D i set in Berlin 111 u, ,. ,,t Y00ut ;;:i i IIP ' -,. I II I I I IIIIIII art [  aiirls olin OT llSfll ,i BERI, IN--The Vermont /I. H[ll';3b gn i bNIVlr.ltN ,nur LI.^.,,, LOUNGE ] Plantsmen'sAssociation, lne., ii I1 i II "V I ""i t will present its annual Flower  S j . ,,,, , ,,i,, ' ""' " ilallt/ll JBDFOJD V* : &PlanlShowMarchl4-15. I _ _ A . Exhibit hours on March 14 i ll$Ikl il In i I tog . I ' ' -  will be 10 a.m.- 8 p.m. and on IIrlii r l VUi ! il I II i II I .......... I IllmIi illl i 'l March 15, 10a.m. - 4 p.m.  ---- ---1.-- - H0 i  1981 ' I The location is lhe National l ] FARM, HOltdE & I(;uardArmry'Exii7ffI89' I trior to the March 14 I I op(ning, groups of tile elderly ,I h I I I or disabled will be allowed in   I I early a, nocharge. l I '! I I F,,r further informalion, /m  m / GARDF.N SHOW i'"'a" -  "  '   ' I I tba,rperson. Smallwood I I.z .*,_  .... :iX HI I Nurseries RFD No. 3 Barre, I 'lK , I=".. I "  : ' Iv, 07,41 teenhone 802 476- \\; - /': !!  SL 3254  ::; : TIIOU(ilITS  M I A su )urbanite put on a last-   chat ,  ...... : G  rele# rU I nnnu|e spurt ol speed to catch ' I ! BRADFORD ARMORY I bys, a,lder ,'an,irked. "'l you  .',mJ,,  [ had lust run a little faster you _  llt / _.._ I wou'd have made i,." I = II "No." the suburbanite I BRADFORD, VERMO T d;I,'ep,icd. "i, wasn', a case of 1 ,I running.faster. I)ul of starling I l MARCH 13 - 12 NOON - 9.00 P.M. I U,',,N,,EV,:ECT',,N / S - | --- MARCH 14-9:00 A.M.-5:00 P.M.  ITbe hest way to forget )'our ';,. l Il Inwn problems is to help II I /  -FEATURING- - s,,,n,.on,..,,lv,, theirs.  1 / Antiques Farm Equipment - Flowers - Garden Equipment - i TIIOUGIITS  l lIIiIllllI1 m' I Temper is whal gets most of grid / us into lroul)le. Pride is what  II I I -- -- [ Shrubs - Plants - Stoves - Everything For The Home - '' ! '"','.".'"'" O:tJ PM 00ewsuay / And Much Morell 12" i Calf Raffle Drawing Continuous Drawing Saturday At 4:00 P.M. For Door Prizes! Come On In, You'll Be Glad You Did! ADMISSION FREE- R00FREsHMENTS ....... FFA & FHA Contests and Exhlblt Sponsored By: Oxbow FFA Alumni and Chapter Oxbow ffA Alumni would like to thank BRADFORD NATIONAL NK for this o6. Tired of having the news preached to you from behind a desk in Burlington? Well, we're changing the way the twin.states watch the Our new news... NewsDay... is like sitting down with neighbors to tsik about what happened today. For the news of your day, watch NewsDay tonight! rub hand (8-4 o HARTFORD.  I NewsDo I1 i'age 2-The Journal Opinion-March 1 !, 1981 i J "0 ( ltELDOVER Nominated for Best Actor STARTS FRIDAY 7:00 p.m. & 9:00 p.m. ALTERED RI]B[RT I]UVALL STATES mec, w=ar Rated R 7:15&9:3 MATINEES SAT. & SUN. 2:00 P.M. WITH THE PURCHASE OF ONE OF OUR REMAINING MODELS IN STOCK 4 LATE 1980 2 & 3 bedroom homes left. ALL MUST GO by April 1 IIllllllllllll I I I I BENTON ROAD MOBILE HOMES FINANCING AVAILABLE Ends of Skyes Ave. White River Jet. (802) 295-7]04  Plant sale to benefit United Cerebral Palsy BRADFORD-The second palsy can also be caused in annual Mother's Day Plant children by lead poisoning or severe head injuries. UCP programs and services to benefit from the plant sale include the scholarship fund, service and equipment fund, physical and occupational therapy, citizen advocacy, in format ion, and referral. For further informatiOh on cerebral palsy, contact United Cerebral Palsy of Vermont, Box 156, tlyde Park, VI. 05655. Sale to benefi! United Cerebral Palsy of Vermont will take place in front of the Four Seasons Clothing Store and the Village Store in Bradford on Mother's Day weekend in May. Ben Weissman is already planning for the sale and appealed to all his green thumbed friends in the Corinth and Bradford areas to con- tribute plants and cuttings for the sale. Plants and cuttings may he left at the Four Seasons Clothing Store or the Village Store. "Programs such as this depend heavily upon volun- tary participation and I am confident that many green thumbs in our area will help us in our endeavor," said Weissman, who is immediate past president of United Cerebral Palsy of Vermont. More information on the Plant Sale can be obtained by calling Weissman at 439-5954 after 5 p.m. Plans call for the plant sale to begin May 8 at 10 a.m. in front of the Four Seasons Clothing Store and Village Store. It will continue until 4 p.m. and keep the same hours t he following three days. Funds raised at the plant sale will be donated to United Cerebral Palsy of Vermont, a private non-profit organization dedicated to serving Vermonters affected by cerebral palsy, their families, and the community, Cerebral palsy is not a disease. It is a condition caused when parts of the brain that control motor function are damaged, It usually oc- curs before, during, or shortly after birth. The principal cause is an interruption of the oxygen supply to the brain. Other causes include certain irus infections and prolonged or abrupt labor. Cerebral Haverhill student wins college honor HAVERHILL--Nancy J. Bruckner of Haverhill has received honors for the fall term at Skidmore College, a coeducational liberal arts institution with approximately 2,000 students. Highest honors are awarded for a quality grade point ratio of 3.6 or more from a possible 4.0. Honors are awarded for a ratio of 3.2 to 3.59. Ms. Bruckner, a member of the class of 1982, is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Karl T. Bruckner of Rte. 10, Main St., Haverhill. TilOUGIITS TI' Irouble with people who talk t(m fasl is thai they often say somelhing they haven't thoughl of yet. N.H. Youth Orchestra to play in Woodsville W(X)DSV1LLE-The second honor of oulslanding concert of the New liampshire Youth Orchestra's Spring Tour is scheduled at 8 p.m. March 27 at the Woodsville lligh School. Under the direction of Claude White, the young musicians will play a program consisting of music by Faure, Mozart. Schubert and Offenbach. The Youth Orchestra is the first arts organization recipient of the New ttamp- shire Governor's Award in Newbtwy M_ne gets promotion NEWBURY- Marine PFC James A. Ertle, son of Dr. and Mrs. Charles D. Ertle of Newbury, has been meritoriously promoted to his present rank upon graduation from recruit training at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot at Parris Island, S.C. He received the early promotion for his superior performance during all phases of the I l-week training cycle, which emphasized physical conditioning, self- discipline and teamwork. A 1979 graduate of Oxbow ttigh School, he joined the Marine Corps in May 1980. achievement and excellence in tile a,'t,s. The concerl is funded in part by the New Hampshire Comnfission on the Arts. the Frederick Smyth Institute of Music and many foundations, businesses and individual cnnlribuh)rs, including the ('ohase Lions Club, the North llaverhill Girl's Club and River's Reach Arts Council. SPECIAL TUESDAY ST. PATRIC DAY Bradford seaman completes course BI{AI)Ft)RI) Coast Guard Se;llllan Yeolllan Anne-Marie ('. l'lanle, daughlcr of Madeline R. and loberl E. Planle Jr. nf Bradford, has completed tbe basic yeoman course. l)uring the 12-week course at tile Coast Guard Training ('enler at Pelaluma, Calif., sludenls received instruction on office organization, English, typing, and filing. Miss i'lanle joined the Coast (;uard in March, 1980. areTllalnyl;x StrtrYs fSm 'e"lge rYarC I hr s7 For some children, it is Papa or Mama who spins the favorite yarn Nancy Benson of Newbury Village shares with us a picture- story book that she made for her son Joshua. One of his paintings decorates the cover Twelve photographs illustrate the narrative, which is typed in large print. To childproof the booklet, each page is covered with clear contact paper. Here is their story : TWO FRIENDS Written by Nancy Benson Illustrated with photographs by Tim Benson Dedicated to Jacob and Joshua Once upon a time there lived two little babies in the small Vermont town of Newbury, Their names were Jacob Rower and Joshua Benson. Now these two babies just happened to be baekyard neigh- bors. And when Joshua had his first birthday he invited Jacob, among other friends, to his party. Jakie and Joshie didn't stay babies for very long Soon they were visiting each other every day. Joshie loved going to Jakie's house. Jakie enjoyed Joshie's house. Joshuo knew JOcob wos hs best fr(end. JacoD knew th;t JoShua as his bos friend. !vet)one in the i tll(" towm +" +wbury. ',er,ont knew how uch dnccb nnd other. T,'e) ,eee two r,en,ls.  i i, The Ca.n.on AE-I i' , a standout in the crowd i f , ,1 DINNER IN OUR LOUNGE Bath time was double the fun with a special friend to share the tub. ,;':': Jacob and Joshua learned many things together. Taking , Corn Bee turns was an important but difficult thing to learn. Sometimes they upset each other and one boy would cry. 35 mm Technology has | e I Most of their playtime together was happy and pleasant undergone a revolution in | & Cabbag andfun. These boys loved to be outside. Each day they took walks. re't 'ears' prduci a I " '4:50 .......... I Sometime the walke. the woo ......... new generation of com-  Thev Saw many things outside: Horse's tails and pact, lightweight, GREEN BEER 60  a glass mushrooms, animals and Irees, leaves of every color, mud and snow, trains and milk tank trucks, and milkweeds were just some of their discoveries. Both boys loved a certain special baseball hat. One day they couldn't find the baseball hat. Where do you suppose it was? Who had that baseball hat? (Picture shows Joshua's dog wearing the hat. ) Jakie took naps at Joshie's house. Joshie took naps at Jakie's house. They rode on Jakie's motorbike and Joshie's carriage. Joshua knew that Jacob was his best friend. Jacob knew that Joshua was his best friend. Everyone in the little town of Newbury, Vermont knew how much Jacob and Joshua meant to each other. They were two friends. Make a story for your child It's an enduring present. The i I i [ i I .= E | dependable, and easy to use cameras with a multitude of options and accessories. The Canon AE-I is a standout among this new generation. We at the Camera Shop of Hanover will be pleased to demonstrate to you the AE-I's remarkable features, such as lightning-quick handling, shutter priority automation with manual override, a flash that sets itself automatically, a compact and quiet motor winder, and a host of superb quality canon lenses that meet the needs of the most demanding eustomers. LOUNGE EN]ERT/UNMENT WEDNESDAY RILL MOON REVUE . IHURSDAY FULL MOON REVUE FRIDAY STIPHEN WPlJ 111 CI, OB 111 Central St. Woodsville, N. H. " - t  - %:. FOR THE TIME OF YOUR LIFE- JOIN YOUR FRIENDS & NEIGHBORS AT THE 111 CLUB, Featuring... ,IRIL Ikins. irlee Verly l., a For Your Reservation Call Before 7:00 P.N Tel. (603) 747-2505 or 747-2840 I Friday, March 27,1981 Landers Resteraunt Leb0nan, N.H. PUBLIC INVITED AGENDA: 6-7 PM Cocktail Ho   Roas 7- Dinner: _ $7.20 ea t Stuffed Breast of Boneless Chicken Baked Potato, Tossed Salad Dessert, Coffee t l)ue to the "sit down" dinner at Lande, t reservations are necessary After Dinner: - Awards Conservation Camp Winners The Eruption of Mount St. Helens: Norm Wakeman with Slides, Ash Materials, Discussion-hctu Aerial Photos of the October Eruptit of the Mountain, Area Damage and Restoration. ,diec , life IS SU BY MARCH 20, 1981 CLIP & MAIL DINNER RESERVATIONS NAMF,_ ADDRESS NUMBER ATTENDING__ TOTAL / PLEASE MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE TO" ! t Grafton County Conservation District P.O. Box 229 -- Court Street N Woodsviile, N.ll. 03785 i So stop by soon at the Camera Shop of Hanover and ask to see the Canon booklet need not be elaborate, but it will be his. . AE-1, a true standout among the crowd. SATURDAY Flower-plant show I , ._ 'EU ,rr.D i set in Berlin 111 u, ,. ,,t Y00ut ;;:i i IIP ' -,. I II I I I IIIIIII art [  aiirls olin OT llSfll ,i BERI, IN--The Vermont /I. H[ll';3b gn i bNIVlr.ltN ,nur LI.^.,,, LOUNGE ] Plantsmen'sAssociation, lne., ii I1 i II "V I ""i t will present its annual Flower  S j . ,,,, , ,,i,, ' ""' " ilallt/ll JBDFOJD V* : &PlanlShowMarchl4-15. I _ _ A . Exhibit hours on March 14 i ll$Ikl il In i I tog . I ' ' -  will be 10 a.m.- 8 p.m. and on IIrlii r l VUi ! il I II i II I .......... I IllmIi illl i 'l March 15, 10a.m. - 4 p.m.  ---- ---1.-- - H0 i  1981 ' I The location is lhe National l ] FARM, HOltdE & I(;uardArmry'Exii7ffI89' I trior to the March 14 I I op(ning, groups of tile elderly ,I h I I I or disabled will be allowed in   I I early a, nocharge. l I '! I I F,,r further informalion, /m  m / GARDF.N SHOW i'"'a" -  "  '   ' I I tba,rperson. Smallwood I I.z .*,_  .... :iX HI I Nurseries RFD No. 3 Barre, I 'lK , I=".. I "  : ' Iv, 07,41 teenhone 802 476- \\; - /': !!  SL 3254  ::; : TIIOU(ilITS  M I A su )urbanite put on a last-   chat ,  ...... : G  rele# rU I nnnu|e spurt ol speed to catch ' I ! BRADFORD ARMORY I bys, a,lder ,'an,irked. "'l you  .',mJ,,  [ had lust run a little faster you _  llt / _.._ I wou'd have made i,." I = II "No." the suburbanite I BRADFORD, VERMO T d;I,'ep,icd. "i, wasn', a case of 1 ,I running.faster. I)ul of starling I l MARCH 13 - 12 NOON - 9.00 P.M. I U,',,N,,EV,:ECT',,N / S - | --- MARCH 14-9:00 A.M.-5:00 P.M.  ITbe hest way to forget )'our ';,. l Il Inwn problems is to help II I /  -FEATURING- - s,,,n,.on,..,,lv,, theirs.  1 / Antiques Farm Equipment - Flowers - Garden Equipment - i TIIOUGIITS  l lIIiIllllI1 m' I Temper is whal gets most of grid / us into lroul)le. Pride is what  III I -- -- [ Shrubs - Plants - Stoves - Everything For The Home - '' ! '"','.".'"'" O:tJ PM 00ewsuay / And Much Morell 12" i Calf Raffle Drawing Continuous Drawing Saturday At 4:00 P.M. For Door Prizes! Come On In, You'll Be Glad You Did! ADMISSION FREE- R00FREsHMENTS ....... FFA & FHA Contests and Exhlblt Sponsored By: Oxbow FFA Alumni and Chapter Oxbow ffA Alumni would like to thank BRADFORD NATIONAL NK for this o6. Tired of having the news preached to you from behind a desk in Burlington? Well, we're changing the way the twin.states watch the Our new news... NewsDay... is like sitting down with neighbors to tsik about what happened today. For the news of your day, watch NewsDay tonight! rub hand (8-4 o HARTFORD.  I NewsDo I1