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l&apos;age Ill-The Journal Opinion-March 11, 1981 fn000000TATEL FOR REP IT nUL eST.e 00GEMCV_._ | | ,,i,.,.,,,.,,.,,.,, U' t fili3-823-5505 I"|'a,c.,lia, X.il. IE ,! T()i 21 North Main Street Bradford, Vermont 802-222.5544 We May Iiave A Buyer For Your ihmse. IJST WITH US TOi)AY ! Village location-- Almost brand new three-bedroom rancher near school. Kitchen with custom pine cabinets. Living room has hardwood floor and hearth for wood stove. Bright glassed-in porch with knotty pine walls, Large garden spot. All this and more . . . $45,000 --- Three-bedroom ranch with magnificent view of White Mountains. Close to village on all-year paved road with 5- - acres for privacy. Authentic 200-year-dd center hall colonial situated on tastefully landscaped I J., +-A. lot on quiet village road. $50,000 ! Rancher with three bedrooms, one bath, and full basement. Beautiful brick fireplace in living room and also in future den in basement 2A +- LAND Excellent location with eastern exposure, good for --solar energy. Wooded areas of mixed hardwood and pine with good spol for pond. Approximately 450 feet of _-__ road frontage... $ ! 6.70{l Thirty +- acres of mixed hard and soft woods. Fron- tage on town road, lots of privacy, and panoramic views. Owner will finance, for a qualified buyer . . . E $16,500 [[ [ Commercial building, ideal for storage, lighti manufacturing, or store. Office space and reslrooms in [[ building... $18,0{X) l[ | Jerry J llumphrey, Broker 222-5544 William E. Rose, Jr., Sales Assoc. 222-9322 David L. Polli, Sales Assoc. 222.5544 John W. Brockardt, Sales Assoc. 439-6183 AMBA'$ NUMBm I "Each Office Independently Owned And Operated" "Each Office Independently Owned And Operated" m REAL ESTATE No. 2851--Newbury, 12.., acre woodlot, Hardwoods. $3.690. No. 4171--Groton, ]0 acres bordering state forest. ,3,900. No. 4222--Nice, 4 bedroom home on two lovely aci near Wells River. Living room and dining room, two fireplaces, hardwood floors throughout, garage, $45,0tm.00. No. 4276  105 acres, Wrights ML Road, Bradford, V'l., $69,500; a beautiful parcel of land, facing south and west, with good views; open and wooded. Owner may finance. No. 4278--Bath, N.H. on the Monroe Road. Com- fortable, 3-bedroom mobile home with addition and nice 2-car garage on  . acre. $I !,200. No. 4283B--I0 acres, Peacham, $5,000; frontage on all- year road', hard. & soft woods; good for recreation, yearound home, or investment. Terms for seller. No. 4294--One acre, Newbury. $3,0{X); good secluded building site. No. 427:F---200 acres, Corinth, $60,000; open and wooded, brook, secluded No. 4191--78 acres, Bath, Ntt, $49,5o0: almost mile AVAILABi,E FOR IM- MEI)IATE occu,]mncy. A one and a Ixo I)edroon' apart- merit. Both with bath, wall to wall carpeting, kilchen alY t)lianees. ]leat, lights, hot ater. gas, and rubbish remowd included in renl. Security deposit required. No children or pets in this well managed building. Mt. Gardner Apts., 43 ('entral St., Woodsville, N.lt. Tel. 787-6280 or 787-6355. Edward C. Patten. Lisbon (continued fronl l)age 8) t)read, and Tory Meserve and Imcy Aldrich lhe cakes. Four of the celebranls were present Io receive cards and have "tlapl)y Birthday" .sung to them. The secretary and treasurer Rave their reports, and Agnes Baines sent a "thank you" for her laprobe. Blake Gray expressed his thanks f(r his 4tf-c birlhday cards. Joyce Nor- ................................ lhrop explained that for the FAliH,EE. VT., trailer, two I)e(trooms, lurnished, not in traih, r park. Rent. plus utilities, sectn'ity dcposil. 802- im .4:2!! :!'r?:nS--l_,:_ ............ OlFOitl)--Nexvly renovated, sunny on(,b(,droom apt with ('harnl. ()uiel counlry selling, new al)pli;mces, wall-lo-wall carpel, b('ame(I ceilings, fully insulah,d. $225 :02-222-91)0 (lays. 222J.)0(; - l,:ve,fi,gs. It--3-1 t--c Waits River three-day anti two-night trip to Ihe ThotLsand Islands, 35 seniors would be needed. ()lher possihle trip suggestions by Concord Coach are being invesligated by Fred Snell. Also, a short trip, such as to MI. Sunapee. was reviewed. Beulah Foster urged expression of feeling on a "Boltle" bill for New I hlmpshire. Sylvia Casey and ltildah Bedard furnished gaiety on *liddh' Age and "'My Job." l)oor prizes were awarded to: I ClougtL M. l{ousquet, I. \\;,'ood, E. (?lough, 11. Bedard. II. Sm.ith. A. thml, l). Petles, and I ), Whilconlb. Nexl week, tim aclivity will Ix, (;ame 1)ay, for which prizes are needed and Jessie lh)binson will captain the retreshmenls. A slightly different plan for the April l',irlhday l,uncheon is being fornntlated more details later. * Budgeta. proposals in Vermont (continued from pare 4) support by attempting an end-run around the [,egislature. He sent printouts of his proposal to Superintendents of Schools and h) Town Clerks. He hoped that this maneuver would stimulate grassroots pressure at Town Meetings. Not much happened. The Ways and Means Committee is proposing a 2 per cent increase in the Vermont Income Tax -- from 23 per cent to 25 per cent of the federal liability, coupled with a 2 per cent rise in the sales tax. TIlOUGIITS There are few, if an>', jobs m Three other House proposals include income factor in the formula, so that who earn more would pay more the education costs. There will be reform in State Aid To Education year. Please contact me if you Corinth, Topsham) have any le concerns or need assistance with state federal programs. The address is House, Montpelier 05602. Telephone: 2228, or 439-5567. * Racquetball (continued from page1 Sales and Service 6 UPON REFLECTION Dud's Arco -- 6 439-5445 Mrs. Gladys Sawyer was a guest Tuesday at the Town Meeting in ()range where she went to visit with her brother and old friends. The town report was dedicated to her brother Charlie Richardson and Miss Minnie Lord, the two oldest residents in town. They were both born in Orange in Oct., 1892. The Triangle Homemaker's Club met March 3 with Gloria Miller. The meeting opened with the flag salute, prayer for Peace and the Creed. Several letters were read. The president Lillian Lamb an- nounced that the Orange County Council Meeting will be held May 14 at 7 p.m. at the Orange Town Hall. The quilt committee reported and showed several blocks they had priced. A pattern will be chosen and we hope a quilt will soon. be in progress. The topic for the day was apples! A potluck dinner was served at 12:30 to 14 members and one guest and nearly every dish contained apples in some form. The afternoon program was "All About Apples" narrated by Gloria Miller -- their origin, use and food value which proved very in- teresting. The April 1, meeting will be with Helen Largin in i Ala Knapp co- Meeting concluded with its usual auction to raise money for the Sunshine Comlnittee. The "Golden Agers" or Senior Citizens of the Waits River and W. Topsham Churches met Wednesday noon at the Roland Peixetto home in W. Topsham for a get- together and potluck dinner. There were 16 in attendance, The dinner was postponed from Feb. 26, on account of icy road conditions. A social hour followed the meal. The next meeting will be March 25 at the Roland Clement home in Orange. frontage on both Conn. River and go(l road about one- third open farm land and two-third woods and pasture. TIIOUGIITS Owner may finance; good for farming and investment. II isn't the incompetent who ....... d" ' deslrov an organization The (Many of our nsungs can ne owner-nnance  " ._ ,. .... , + , " UICOIll IUIII n(vc'r get m a ........... h + position It) destroy it It is [10 10t OIIll' ll2e I15I 0I ItlllO aft0 01115 tl')se wh() I*ave ac'hieved ,l,n Idlll Id iil,=ln  son}(+lhing " and want to rest IHI IMII_' IIPIII I ,pon their aehicvemet,ts who IIII IIVIIWIIIIrIIB Illllhlil II1 II I_ are forever clogging things B up. 1 M Young Bryce & Miriam Thomas ........ ". REALTORS Farms-Houses-Acreage , Ti;-O'iiTi+i ! TS NoIIIKIIIN V# IIKflK1 RIO.21I.IIII l'hc most valuable gift you lllUliliiil ILl VFV ak q[lVile iIVV k; can give another is a good - I example. I , II THE OPERA BLOCK Attractively Remodeled . Woodsvii!e. ::!mmP::fXr : New r-lampsn,re o'+,;j, year or more) or permanently handicapped. Eligible -IIEAT tenants will pay no more than one quarter of their income -IIOT WATFB for rent " -I+:I'E('TIU('ll'Y -SE('UIWrY SYSTEN Appointments can be arranged to provide assistance in -SMOKE AI,ARM making applications tO live in this Senior Citizen apart- APPI,IAN('ES ment complex. We will also provide transportation to visit vacant apartments to interested Senior Citizens. Please telephone area code 802-748-8235. call collect to make these arrangements. Northern Community Management Corporation o, Greg Gallagher, Box 437 St. Johnsbury, Vermont 05819 IOUkt NOU$1N6 OPPORTUNITY the housing is available to all without regard to race, color, religion nr national origin. ...... WINN ASSOCIATES, REALTORS 225 Main Street Littleton, New Hampshire 03.561 Business (603) 444-7781 JIM & MARGARET ELLIOTT Woodsville, N.H. 03785 (603) 747-3485 EAC OTtC[ INtJEIEU)ENT v V+'lqrU A i!; ." -'+ rf, ;<I,.I ,,e g o: ,o,,,,.t, +, 00.e.r - .00errlU v00genc00, 00nc. B00a/t00 I Montebollo Street  bine A. Leuthold Woodsvill,, NH 03785  Broker 603-747-2000 603-747-3:i72 PAUL MAYETTE. Associate Home: 787-6270 last No. 127-- Older 7 room (',ape home has been remodeled .... 3 bedrooms, large living room with brick fireplace seven-tenths acre Jr Or - on paved road in small quiet town. Prelty mountain & village views. Offered at a low $26,500. last No. 133-- 65 acres + or - offers 5 acres in corn field balance mixed woods. Lots of frontage on 2 gravel roads. Some nice views- offered at $30,0{)(I. We're banking on you, America, with AGRICULTURAL LOANS Qualified applicants to American Midlands, Inc. can receive assistance for: Y $ Farm Refinance $, Conversion from short term to long term $ Leasing MINIMUM: $150,000 Call Toll Free 1-800-228-2702 (In Nebraska call 402/334-5100) American Midlands, Inc. 2945 S. 132nd St. Omaha, NE 68144 Member NAFCO Offices in Albany, Columbus, Dallas Denver, Knoxville, Los Angeles, Minneapolis. Omaha. Sacramento, Tampa TIIOU(,IITS \\;hieh ability ahme is suf- You can succeed at almost _ 5 points; The besl way h) forget your ficienl. Needed also are anything for which you have Band -- 3 points; o\\;vn prol)lems is to help loyally sincerily, enthusiasm, unlimited enthusiasm. Shack -- 2 points; sometme else soh'e theirs, and cooperation, and I -- 1 point. BUSINESS DIRECTOR PERRY'S 01L SERVICE Main St. Bradford, VL 222-4661 Complete Appliance & TV Repair SmiLe GARAGE DOOR Repairs & Installation A Specialty SWEET SERVICE Bradford, Vt. 05033 Tel. (802) 222-4584 Quality Products Available. eCOMPONENT STEREO "CAR STEREO The T00I" Guy J. QUAUr PRODUCr$, SF.RV-I:E  .Bi:? D nOJll i RIVER SHOP p X-Country Skits * . Sea RIeIA3:E:NT;vtI:eFI:S':'I;4A::TN -- NEW G U N S USED. Trapping-Reloading-Back Packing , , ] , r.5So. N.buff, VL 802-81 I - , .,, ---'VERN'S 11 SMALL MOTORS [] RICHARDSON No. Haverhill, N.H. 787-6770 /I CHAIN SAW CENTER of the Connecticut Valley|l INSURANCE AGENCY, II SALES-SERVICE- PARTS II Jonsereds+Stihl-Partner.Husqvarna-Echo-01ympic II Robush & Lafont Log Splitters Skidder Chains & Cable We service all small engines ,.I Illlll Ill Illl Illl I Illll | 1 I I I I | | I | " I J.M. Landscaping "'4" ( ProJcsional Landscape Design & Work Garaens. Lawns, Plantings & Pruning JIM Mus++ 1'-603-272-5864 '" ........ HOSMER BROS.  Dave Kenyon, Jr. -:"-f Established in 1902 [ I tl I[  "DeolersinBorre  n MASONRY/CARPENTRY ' Granite & Vermont E ltn  V ............. ][  Free [stimates .'d/. marble memorials J -- -- -- 23i/'.ain Street I " Coll 439:6204  Cemetery lettering = inn .... " New I la mpshire New L:?$:'.hire t+ Brodford, Vt. i ond leoniag e Ilampshre t F s J il ll  walls and hearths. ,   ....... ,   Stonework, decks, re-modeling and painting. i Rep,esv,,,e, b.  +::__  :>m::,'-:x,:.,J::\>'<at,  Rufus A. Hosmer dis-lay O .,+1or P ATTRACTIVELY , | ou, REMODELLED I Gro,o.. v,. o,o4+, <+0+) .,.,+0, SENIOR CITIZEN | ...........  i-i  1  0000A00T0000NTCOM00L00X II ! ----- RICHARDSON ASSOCIATE II ,;;7co;;;;c,;"'; I I N C O R'P O R A T F NOW RESIDEN NDUSTRIAL [+,  - ++;, + %%. (;ilhen'l ('oh' l)ale 51. Miles Phyllis BIM RD, VTo 80 Moin Street, Brndford, Vermont + l hese att,ract'ed apartments for l [ : 802-222-4043 the elderly (62 years or more) or permanently handicapped are now available for occupancy. Eligible tenants will pay no more than one quarter of their income for rent. Tl':l,l':lq I()N I': ('()1,1,1';( "" Area Cod(802-748-823.) Aplminlments can be arranged to I)rnvide assistance in making al)plication to live in this cnmph, h,l.v remodelled ,nior Citizen apartment t'olnph.x. Northern Community Management Corporation FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, CONTACT: Greg GaUagher, Box 437 St. Johnsbury, Vermont 05819 The housing is available to all with,ul regard In race. IQUAI NOU$1M cnl.r, religion ,r hal lanai origin. OPPORTUNtlY CLOUGH +ELECTRIC 00$ERVICE(00 ' WANDA'S REST, HO +.+.ore c.,,,, E/efrko/Contracfor ProfessionalServices, Home- Cooked BIr.df?olrTd VT t Senior Citizen Aportments ++++++ai++++++++.+.++++++++++`:+:.++++:.+++++++:+.:+:+++.+++++++:++:++*: IMadford,Vt. 802-2 2 2-5 54 3 TORO 35 Morn Street Women & Ch,ldre, Welts River, Vermont (802) 757-2283 Foot SoPort Miller 'umping Jacks l'age Ill-The Journal Opinion-March 11, 1981 fn000000TATEL FOR REP IT nUL eST.e 00GEMCV_._ | | ,,i,.,.,,,.,,.,,.,, U' t fili3-823-5505 I"|'a,c.,lia, X.il. IE ,! T()i 21 North Main Street Bradford, Vermont 802-222.5544 We May Iiave A Buyer For Your ihmse. IJST WITH US TOi)AY ! Village location-- Almost brand new three-bedroom rancher near school. Kitchen with custom pine cabinets. Living room has hardwood floor and hearth for wood stove. Bright glassed-in porch with knotty pine walls, Large garden spot. All this and more . . . $45,000 --- Three-bedroom ranch with magnificent view of White Mountains. Close to village on all-year paved road with 5- - acres for privacy. Authentic 200-year-dd center hall colonial situated on tastefully landscaped I J., +-A. lot on quiet village road. $50,000 ! Rancher with three bedrooms, one bath, and full basement. Beautiful brick fireplace in living room and also in future den in basement 2A +- LAND Excellent location with eastern exposure, good for --solar energy. Wooded areas of mixed hardwood and pine with good spol for pond. Approximately 450 feet of _-__ road frontage... $ ! 6.70{l Thirty +- acres of mixed hard and soft woods. Fron- tage on town road, lots of privacy, and panoramic views. Owner will finance, for a qualified buyer . . . E $16,500 [[ [ Commercial building, ideal for storage, lighti manufacturing, or store. Office space and reslrooms in [[ building... $18,0{X) l[ | Jerry J llumphrey, Broker 222-5544 William E. Rose, Jr., Sales Assoc. 222-9322 David L. Polli, Sales Assoc. 222.5544 John W. Brockardt, Sales Assoc. 439-6183 AMBA'$ NUMBm I "Each Office Independently Owned And Operated" "Each Office Independently Owned And Operated" m REAL ESTATE No. 2851--Newbury, 12.., acre woodlot, Hardwoods. $3.690. No. 4171--Groton, ]0 acres bordering state forest. ,3,900. No. 4222--Nice, 4 bedroom home on two lovely aci near Wells River. Living room and dining room, two fireplaces, hardwood floors throughout, garage, $45,0tm.00. No. 4276  105 acres, Wrights ML Road, Bradford, V'l., $69,500; a beautiful parcel of land, facing south and west, with good views; open and wooded. Owner may finance. No. 4278--Bath, N.H. on the Monroe Road. Com- fortable, 3-bedroom mobile home with addition and nice 2-car garage on  . acre. $I !,200. No. 4283B--I0 acres, Peacham, $5,000; frontage on all- year road', hard. & soft woods; good for recreation, yearound home, or investment. Terms for seller. No. 4294--One acre, Newbury. $3,0{X); good secluded building site. No. 427:F---200 acres, Corinth, $60,000; open and wooded, brook, secluded No. 4191--78 acres, Bath, Ntt, $49,5o0: almost mile AVAILABi,E FOR IM- MEI)IATE occu,]mncy. A one and a Ixo I)edroon' apart- merit. Both with bath, wall to wall carpeting, kilchen alY t)lianees. ]leat, lights, hot ater. gas, and rubbish remowd included in renl. Security deposit required. No children or pets in this well managed building. Mt. Gardner Apts., 43 ('entral St., Woodsville, N.lt. Tel. 787-6280 or 787-6355. Edward C. Patten. Lisbon (continued fronl l)age 8) t)read, and Tory Meserve and Imcy Aldrich lhe cakes. Four of the celebranls were present Io receive cards and have "tlapl)y Birthday" .sung to them. The secretary and treasurer Rave their reports, and Agnes Baines sent a "thank you" for her laprobe. Blake Gray expressed his thanks f(r his 4tf-c birlhday cards. Joyce Nor- ................................ lhrop explained that for the FAliH,EE. VT., trailer, two I)e(trooms, lurnished, not in traih, r park. Rent. plus utilities, sectn'ity dcposil. 802- im .4:2!! :!'r?:nS--l_,:_ ............ OlFOitl)--Nexvly renovated, sunny on(,b(,droom apt with ('harnl. ()uiel counlry selling, new al)pli;mces, wall-lo-wall carpel, b('ame(I ceilings, fully insulah,d. $225 :02-222-91)0 (lays. 222J.)0(; - l,:ve,fi,gs. It--3-1 t--c Waits River three-day anti two-night trip to Ihe ThotLsand Islands, 35 seniors would be needed. ()lher possihle trip suggestions by Concord Coach are being invesligated by Fred Snell. Also, a short trip, such as to MI. Sunapee. was reviewed. Beulah Foster urged expression of feeling on a "Boltle" bill for New I hlmpshire. Sylvia Casey and ltildah Bedard furnished gaiety on *liddh' Age and "'My Job." l)oor prizes were awarded to: I ClougtL M. l{ousquet, I. \\;,'ood, E. (?lough, 11. Bedard. II. Sm.ith. A. thml, l). Petles, and I ), Whilconlb. Nexl week, tim aclivity will Ix, (;ame 1)ay, for which prizes are needed and Jessie lh)binson will captain the retreshmenls. A slightly different plan for the April l',irlhday l,uncheon is being fornntlated more details later. * Budgeta. proposals in Vermont (continued from pare 4) support by attempting an end-run around the [,egislature. He sent printouts of his proposal to Superintendents of Schools and h) Town Clerks. He hoped that this maneuver would stimulate grassroots pressure at Town Meetings. Not much happened. The Ways and Means Committee is proposing a 2 per cent increase in the Vermont Income Tax -- from 23 per cent to 25 per cent of the federal liability, coupled with a 2 per cent rise in the sales tax. TIlOUGIITS There are few, if an>', jobs m Three other House proposals include income factor in the formula, so that who earn more would pay more the education costs. There will be reform in State Aid To Education year. Please contact me if you Corinth, Topsham) have any le concerns or need assistance with state federal programs. The address is House, Montpelier 05602. Telephone: 2228, or 439-5567. * Racquetball (continued from page1 Sales and Service 6 UPON REFLECTION Dud's Arco -- 6 439-5445 Mrs. Gladys Sawyer was a guest Tuesday at the Town Meeting in ()range where she went to visit with her brother and old friends. The town report was dedicated to her brother Charlie Richardson and Miss Minnie Lord, the two oldest residents in town. They were both born in Orange in Oct., 1892. The Triangle Homemaker's Club met March 3 with Gloria Miller. The meeting opened with the flag salute, prayer for Peace and the Creed. Several letters were read. The president Lillian Lamb an- nounced that the Orange County Council Meeting will be held May 14 at 7 p.m. at the Orange Town Hall. The quilt committee reported and showed several blocks they had priced. A pattern will be chosen and we hope a quilt will soon. be in progress. The topic for the day was apples! A potluck dinner was served at 12:30 to 14 members and one guest and nearly every dish contained apples in some form. The afternoon program was "All About Apples" narrated by Gloria Miller -- their origin, use and food value which proved very in- teresting. The April 1, meeting will be with Helen Largin in i Ala Knapp co- Meeting concluded with its usual auction to raise money for the Sunshine Comlnittee. The "Golden Agers" or Senior Citizens of the Waits River and W. Topsham Churches met Wednesday noon at the Roland Peixetto home in W. Topsham for a get- together and potluck dinner. There were 16 in attendance, The dinner was postponed from Feb. 26, on account of icy road conditions. A social hour followed the meal. The next meeting will be March 25 at the Roland Clement home in Orange. frontage on both Conn. River and go(l road about one- third open farm land and two-third woods and pasture. TIIOUGIITS Owner may finance; good for farming and investment. II isn't the incompetent who ....... d" ' deslrov an organization The (Many of our nsungs can ne owner-nnance  " ._ ,. .... , + , " UICOIll IUIII n(vc'r get m a ........... h + position It) destroy it It is [10 10t OIIll' ll2e I15I 0I ItlllO aft0 01115 tl')se wh() I*ave ac'hieved ,l,n Idlll Id iil,=ln  son}(+lhing " and want to rest IHI IMII_' IIPIII I ,pon their aehicvemet,ts who IIII IIVIIWIIIIrIIB Illllhlil II1 II I_ are forever clogging things B up. 1 M Young Bryce & Miriam Thomas ........ ". REALTORS Farms-Houses-Acreage , Ti;-O'iiTi+i ! TS NoIIIKIIIN V# IIKflK1 RIO.21I.IIII l'hc most valuable gift you lllUliliiil ILl VFV ak q[lVile iIVV k; can give another is a good - I example. I , II THE OPERA BLOCK Attractively Remodeled . Woodsvii!e. ::!mmP::fXr : New r-lampsn,re o'+,;j, year or more) or permanently handicapped. Eligible -IIEAT tenants will pay no more than one quarter of their income -IIOT WATFB for rent " -I+:I'E('TIU('ll'Y -SE('UIWrY SYSTEN Appointments can be arranged to provide assistance in -SMOKE AI,ARM making applications tO live in this Senior Citizen apart- APPI,IAN('ES ment complex. We will also provide transportation to visit vacant apartments to interested Senior Citizens. Please telephone area code 802-748-8235. call collect to make these arrangements. Northern Community Management Corporation o, Greg Gallagher, Box 437 St. Johnsbury, Vermont 05819 IOUkt NOU$1N6 OPPORTUNITY the housing is available to all without regard to race, color, religion nr national origin. ...... WINN ASSOCIATES, REALTORS 225 Main Street Littleton, New Hampshire 03.561 Business (603) 444-7781 JIM & MARGARET ELLIOTT Woodsville, N.H. 03785 (603) 747-3485 EAC OTtC[ INtJEIEU)ENT v V+'lqrU A i!; ." -'+ rf, ;<I,.I ,,e g o: ,o,,,,.t, +, 00.e.r - .00errlU v00genc00, 00nc. B00a/t00 I Montebollo Street  bine A. Leuthold Woodsvill,, NH 03785  Broker 603-747-2000 603-747-3:i72 PAUL MAYETTE. Associate Home: 787-6270 last No. 127-- Older 7 room (',ape home has been remodeled .... 3 bedrooms, large living room with brick fireplace seven-tenths acre Jr Or - on paved road in small quiet town. Prelty mountain & village views. Offered at a low $26,500. last No. 133-- 65 acres + or - offers 5 acres in corn field balance mixed woods. Lots of frontage on 2 gravel roads. Some nice views- offered at $30,0{)(I. We're banking on you, America, with AGRICULTURAL LOANS Qualified applicants to American Midlands, Inc. can receive assistance for: Y $ Farm Refinance $, Conversion from short term to long term $ Leasing MINIMUM: $150,000 Call Toll Free 1-800-228-2702 (In Nebraska call 402/334-5100) American Midlands, Inc. 2945 S. 132nd St. Omaha, NE 68144 Member NAFCO Offices in Albany, Columbus, Dallas Denver, Knoxville, Los Angeles, Minneapolis. Omaha. Sacramento, Tampa TIIOU(,IITS \\;hieh ability ahme is suf- You can succeed at almost _ 5 points; The besl way h) forget your ficienl. Needed also are anything for which you have Band -- 3 points; o\\;vn prol)lems is to help loyally sincerily, enthusiasm, unlimited enthusiasm. Shack -- 2 points; sometme else soh'e theirs, and cooperation, and I -- 1 point. BUSINESS DIRECTOR PERRY'S 01L SERVICE Main St. Bradford, VL 222-4661 Complete Appliance & TV Repair SmiLe GARAGE DOOR Repairs & Installation A Specialty SWEET SERVICE Bradford, Vt. 05033 Tel. (802) 222-4584 Quality Products Available. eCOMPONENT STEREO "CAR STEREO The T00I" Guy J. QUAUr PRODUCr$, SF.RV-I:E  .Bi:? D nOJll i RIVER SHOP p X-Country Skits * . Sea RIeIA3:E:NT;vtI:eFI:S':'I;4A::TN -- NEW G U N S USED. Trapping-Reloading-Back Packing , , ] , r.5So. N.buff, VL 802-81 I - , .,, ---'VERN'S 11 SMALL MOTORS [] RICHARDSON No. Haverhill, N.H. 787-6770 /I CHAIN SAW CENTER of the Connecticut Valley|l INSURANCE AGENCY, II SALES-SERVICE- PARTS II Jonsereds+Stihl-Partner.Husqvarna-Echo-01ympic II Robush & Lafont Log Splitters Skidder Chains & Cable We service all small engines ,.I Illlll Ill Illl Illl I Illll | 1 I I I I | | I | " I J.M. Landscaping "'4" ( ProJcsional Landscape Design & Work Garaens. Lawns, Plantings & Pruning JIM Mus++ 1'-603-272-5864 '" ........ HOSMER BROS.  Dave Kenyon, Jr. -:"-f Established in 1902 [ I tl I[  "DeolersinBorre  n MASONRY/CARPENTRY ' Granite & Vermont E ltn  V ............. ][  Free [stimates .'d/. marble memorials J -- -- -- 23i/'.ain Street I " Coll 439:6204  Cemetery lettering = inn .... " New I la mpshire New L:?$:'.hire t+ Brodford, Vt. i ond leoniag e Ilampshre t F s J il ll  walls and hearths. ,   ....... ,   Stonework, decks, re-modeling and painting. i Rep,esv,,,e, b.  +::__  :>m::,'-:x,:.,J::\>'<at,  Rufus A. Hosmer dis-lay O .,+1or P ATTRACTIVELY , | ou, REMODELLED I Gro,o.. v,. o,o4+, <+0+) .,.,+0, SENIOR CITIZEN | ...........  i-i  1  0000A00T0000NTCOM00L00X II ! ----- RICHARDSON ASSOCIATE II ,;;7co;;;;c,;"'; I I N C O R'P O R A T F NOW RESIDEN NDUSTRIAL [+,  - ++;, + %%. (;ilhen'l ('oh' l)ale 51. Miles Phyllis BIM RD, VTo 80 Moin Street, Brndford, Vermont + l hese att,ract'ed apartments for l [ : 802-222-4043 the elderly (62 years or more) or permanently handicapped are now available for occupancy. Eligible tenants will pay no more than one quarter of their income for rent. Tl':l,l':lq I()N I': ('()1,1,1';( "" Area Cod(802-748-823.) Aplminlments can be arranged to I)rnvide assistance in making al)plication to live in this cnmph, h,l.v remodelled ,nior Citizen apartment t'olnph.x. Northern Community Management Corporation FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, CONTACT: Greg GaUagher, Box 437 St. Johnsbury, Vermont 05819 The housing is available to all with,ul regard In race. IQUAI NOU$1M cnl.r, religion ,r hal lanai origin. OPPORTUNtlY CLOUGH +ELECTRIC 00$ERVICE(00 ' WANDA'S REST, HO +.+.ore c.,,,, E/efrko/Contracfor ProfessionalServices, Home- Cooked BIr.df?olrTd VT t Senior Citizen Aportments ++++++ai++++++++.+.++++++++++`:+:.++++:.+++++++:+.:+:+++.+++++++:++:++*: IMadford,Vt. 802-2 2 2-5 54 3 TORO 35 Morn Street Women & Ch,ldre, Welts River, Vermont (802) 757-2283 Foot SoPort Miller 'umping Jacks