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March I I. 1981-'rhe Journal Opinion-l'age ! l Card of Thanks My many thanks are not adequate words to my many friends for the beautiful plants, bouquets and cards I received during my recovery and stay at the Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital. A very special thanks to my doctors and nurses. And my devoted friends, thank you. Kathyrn Childs HELP WANTED CARD OF THANKS FOR SALE We wish to thank our friends and relatives of all acts of kindness shown to us during the loss of our father, John Coburn. Mr. & Mrs. Henry Fairbrother Mr. & Mrs. Elwin Coburn Mr & Mrs. Carroll Coburn CARD OF THANKS Gordon Southworth and family wish to thank our many friends, relatives and neighbors for all the flowers, cards and visits, and acts of kind- hess shown during my stay at Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital. I also thank the nursing staff on Faulkner 5. Dr. Sachs and the therapy dept. for the excellent care. All was greatly appreciated. God bless you all Gordon Southworth Card of Thanks The family of Charles Emerson wishes to tlkeir deepest appreciation and thanks to and friends who extended so many .acts of kindnesses of food, flowers, calls and eds. A special thanks to Allen's Rest Home, the girls that work there, Dr. Olsen, Barbara Wakefield, everyone at Central Vermont Hospital, Rev. Joseph Rinaldi and the Hale Uneral Home. May God bless you all. Mr. & Mrs. Richard Emerson and Family PUBLIC NOTICE Over the page 4) under the of a man named Westinghouse, who in the mine as a source of ore ration with )ment and Westinghouse rwer the plant life in Copperfield. When the wind was right, these fumes sometimes were carried down to West Fairlee and even to Post Mills, doing damage to gardens all along the way. He says the barren hillsides in Copperfield soon came up to raspberries, then WANTED I in 1905, the later to blackberries. Around and .$Whr .p time  World War I, the Ls sold for junk and the gth of blackberries was so so houses in Copperfield t=hick that people used to come 'illageveedd, Some were in from all the countryside to West Fal and around, even from Montpelier to the shore of Lake and Barre, some of them where they are now camping there for a week at a World Wars I and II each ;ht a brief renewal of the old Copperfield une, as the old waste dumps were hauled io South nd reworked. Other material has been and used in building in the area. (Note: The road from West Stratford runs on opposite side of the brook the old road through opPerfield. ) * Recollections John Coburn of Fairlee he was born in 1890, and early school years re and went to at Copperfield. He delivering milk the family farm to the Sometimes their cows loose and ran through the area and he had to help up on horseback. James Melendy of Newbury born in Copperfield in His father, Clinton A. was coachman for mining company, having of all their horses -- trading, etc. -- for than 20 teams. During boom years around 1870, ae's grandfather, Sullivan owned more than 30 and employed 15 to 20 men for hauling for the mines. When the mine was closed 1905 and the houses in sold, Jame's Gardner Melendy, the clubhouse, for- Ely-Goddard's man- and moved it 5 miles to the northern end of Fairlee, where it still as a summer home. house was moved the lake on the ice. James says that some of mine tunnels are so long they run underneath of the houses just above ending near the place. The tunnels of water, and if they opened up there mendous rush of so full of sulfur that it everything in its says that the reason closed during World Was that the state it because there was pond, and the water mining operation to go directly into all the fish AUCTION spoke of the from the old Which had killed all time, picking blackberries by the bushel. Many of them were sold in West Fairlee. He says the trees finally grew back and the area has been logged several times since. James was still a young child when the mine closed and his family moved to West Fairlee. When the mine reopened and they "ran the dumps" during World War i, he went to work there for a year, although he was only about 16 years old. When the mines at South Stratford reopened during World War II, James was there, working most of the time until the mines closed in 1958. Other references: Child's Orange County Gazetteer and Collamer Abbott's Green Mountain Copper. t to be continued I . Letters (continued front page 4 ) storing nuclear wastes for the necessary hundreds of thousands of years is in- surmountable. As Hannes AlfVen, a Nobel prize winning physicist said, "If a problem is too difficult to solve, one cannot claim that it is solved by pointing to all the efforts made to solve it." Nuclear war is far more threatening to our survival than nuclear power, but they both are pretty bad and I am for doing anything that will deter either development. That is the monumental task. Virginia Barlow Eta-freak Corinth, Vt. Groton to notice on taxes GROTON--Board of Select- man Chairman Michael Blair said letters will he sent March 24 giving all Groton taxpayers 10 days to pay their taxes. This will start the process of tax sales of properties on which taxes are not collected. Blair said there is ap- proximately $24,000 in delinquent taxes in the town. Treasurer Betty Morse said the town will have to borrow money for expenditures if tax revenues are received late. TllOUGilTS A person is about as big as the things that make him angry. GRIMM I,I(;IITNIN(; HREWOOI) for sale - cut, EVAI)OI{ATOR--2ft. xBft. spill and d(,livered. 1 cord ilh stainless sled syrup orders acct'pted (,all Guy pans. 1 year old l'erfect Milh,r 8(12-439-1i254. 4T--3- con(Ill ion. $15(M). ('all 802-439- "-5-7-c . ................... ti2tl3. I,caw message. 41----4- FREE -- FREE -- I--c FREE--Brand new baby kittens. Three adorable kit- lens, two tigers and one black. W_ACII(oRg BII[H[Lli Will be ready to go March 31st. Will furnish a box of cat food SUlfl'l,t:S JEEPS, ('ars, antd with each kitten. Call 802-439- Trucks. Availabh' lhru 5572. tf--nc (;m'crnni'.t Ag(,nci('s. Many sell ul(k'r $2txI ('all 312-742- ARC i(egist(,red lt'illils('s 1143, Ext. t;llll I'tlr inl'o, on how St)anicls. Excellent hunling to I)nrt'has( '. 4T--2-18--3-4--3- shx'k. (;real house (log 802- I (-.1; !--!L ............ 22:'-'Jr'2't: fl'7 !-2.7-! . BEAR Hll)(E ('OUPE, FOR SALE---Oneslightly used ('h('vv t; cvl.. exh'a tires and dol house for large dog. x he('ls. Hiw' ready. $100(I.00 Painted white with black trim, r I',.O Iria, Ilaywar(l, 685- steel roof. $50.00. Call after 5 22.11. rr--3-ll--c or weekends. 802-439-5528. tf- nc J EEPS, ('ARS, TRUCKS availabh, Ihrough govenllnen[ FOR SALE-- Wood-burning agencit, s. Inan.v sell for under Ashley Console, automatic $21MLIMI. ('all l;02-!i41-1014 Ext. thermostat, excellent con- No. 7127 f.r your dirt,clory on dillon, $275.00. Also. wood- hox Io l)tn'chits(,. 4T--3-11--- burning add-on minit'urnace. ............................. good condition, $150.00. CaiJ I!Ni9 PONTIA(' FIREBIRI)-- fiarvey Locke, 802-439-5455. Heady to race at llear Ridge. 4t--4-1-- 1!)74 Ponliac Vcnlura, with spare parts. $(i(HI. or best offer, n III [tPI['] ill k [0]I d [IQ ( all 81)2-222-45!11) after :1:00 p.nl. 4t--3-11---c 1974 PINTO WAGON-- Just replaced engine. 25 to 30 miles per gallon. $1A50 or make offer. Call Jim, 802-757-3715. 4t---4-1-- FOR SAI,E 2 slack cars, full roll cages. (:all Mark or Bob Packard 603-(32-7661. 2t--4- I---e FOR SAt,E-- 1.7 AMC Pacer Excellent condition. Automatic. $2CaX)or best offer. (:all 429-2173 M-F after 4 anylime weekends. 4t----4-1--c TitOUGHTS Wouldn't it be nice to be as sure of anything as some people are of everything? MOTICI Of HIARING OH ALLOWANa[ OF WILL STAff OF VllMOIIT IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Cbles A. Nkkcex PROBATE FOR THE DISTRICT OF Brdford To the heirs at law and all persons interested in the Estate of Charles A. Hick- cox, late of Bradford, in said District, deceased: You are notified that a written in- strument dated October 3, 1975, and purporting to be the Lost Will and Testament of said daceasad has been presented to the Probate Court for the District of Bradford by Mrs. Mirian Hick- cox. with o petition requesting Probate thereof. The hearing thereon has been scheduled for the 7th day of April, 1981 at 2:00 p.m. at the Probate Court, Wells River, Vermont. You mq appear then and there to show cause, if any you may have, why the said instrument should not be allowed as the Lost Will and Testament of the deceased. Dated this 2nd day of March, 1981. is/Reno N. Vigaeou 3/11-18-25 NOTICE Town of Fairlee The Fairlee, Vermont Board of Selectmen will meet the first and third Monday evenings of each month at 7:,30 P.M. at the Fairlee Town Hall until further notice. I PUBLIC NOTICE The i,o annual report of the Cunningham Charitable Trust is available at the office of Stebbins & Bradley, P.A., 41 S. Park Street, llanover, New Hampshire 30755 for inspection during regular business hours hy any citizen who requests it within 180 days of the date of publication of this notice, dated March I i, 1981. (?UNNINGllAM CHARITABLE TRUST By: S. John Stebbins, co-trustee W VILLAGE MEETING VILLAGE OF NEWBURY STATE OF VERMONT ORAN(;E COUNTY, ss To the voters of the Village of Newbury : GIEE'riN(AS: The legal voters of the Village of Newbury are hereby warned and notified to meet at the Town Hall on , Wednesday, March 11, 1981 at 7:30 PM to act on the following articles: ARTi('I,E I: To heat" a report from the Water ('ommissioners on the progress of the forest nlanagement program in the watershed area as authorized by the voters at the Special Meeting November 28, 1979. ARTI('I 2: To hear a report from the Water Conmaissioners on the development of an un- derground water source in the watershed area, the development of an alternative underground water source in the Connecticut River flood l)lain, lhe installation of reelers on all water systenl cotmections, and the estimated costs of I hese projects. This report is to be followed by a quest ion and answer period. ARTI('I,E 3: To hear a proposal from lhe Water ('ommissioners 1o borrow $00,000.00 to finance the cost of devch)ping an underground source of water and Io install meters on all water system connections, said proposal to be followed by a quest ion and a=swer period. ARTI('I,E 4: To see which underground water source the voters will authorizc the Water Com- nfissioncrs to develop: a. A source in the water shed area. b. A sourcc in the Connecticut River fhNM plain. ARTI('I 5: To see if the volcrs will authorize the Water Commissioners to proceed with the development of the underground water source , authorized under ARTI('LE 4 and the in- stallation of water meters, if the voters on March 12, 1!181 approve a bond issue to finance the improvements. ARTI('I 6: To transact any othcr business to come before said meeting, Newbury. Vermont February 21;, 19.1 Erma Ilastings Village Clerk I hereby certify that the foregoing warning was recorded before posting. Attest: Erma Ilastings Village Cleric WILLIAM K. ARPS, C.P.A. Certified Public Accountant , Financial Planning PERSONAL & BUSINESS . Accounting-Audit Services Personal .Business Income Tax Preparation TEL. (802) 429-2365 ()l,I) ItOOK ST()Ifl': I{;r(' ,l(l tls('d books. O|)('ll ,) G I'. ) m()Hlhs a ycar. ('()lilt' altd brm,, so' $17 ::'.1-.1711!) 1}1" ,1.113. I o.'r- I-2:lt ....... FOR SAI,E-- Storage tank, holds 600 plus gallons. 4 feet by 4 feel by 8 feet. $300. Call Ronnie Erskine 802-222-4506 after 6P.M. 2t3-11 - k I NOTII Of NIAIIN6 ON ALLOWANCE OF WItL STAff OF VIRMONT IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF LJSla I. Ileaoroft PROBATE COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF Bredferd To the heirs at low and all persons interested in the Estate of Lilhan E. Bancroft, late of Bradford, in said Districl, deceased: You ore notified that a written in- strument doted May 26, 1951, and purporting to be the Last Wifl and Testament of said deceased has been presented to the Probate Court for the District of Bradford by Otterman & Allen, Attorneys for the nominated executor, Paul Bancroft, with a petition requesting Probate thereaL The hearing thereon has been scheduled for the 24th day of March, 1981 at 11:00 a.m. at the Probate Court, Wells River, Vermont. You me t appear then and there to show cause, if any you may have, why the said instrument should not be allowed as the Lost Will end Testament of the deceased. Dated this 19th day of February, 1981. Is Reno N. Vigneau Jud 2/2S-3/4-11 I ATTRACTIVE 3 bedroom homes $4995.00 and up. New and used homes available. Park spaces and transporting. Over 50 homes to choose from. Milch's Mobile ttomes, Rt. 10, Woodsvilic, N.H. 603-747-3376. 4t--3-25---c IIONEYMOON SPECIAl,: $10,5(). wilh only $1.600 down and invesl $154 for 144 months. (iltclu(h's Insurance too) yon'l] own yt)ur own honle. IH)81) 14 wide 2 bedroorn by I,il)('l"ly wilh lhe adorable, "horseshoe bar kitchen", and of course the nlaster hedrtx)ln, has the hug(' walk in ch)sel and private enh'y Io halhr()m. Nole $22,17(;, APR 17 per cent Closed Wed. Open Sundays: Citalion Mobile llonles, H.I. 12 (:harlcstown, Nil. It--3-I I-- iCLASSilFIEDSi I-" 1:1 l'jItVL4dl l 1 fl AIOIIOI, INFORMATION course instructors wanted for I,ill h,lon-(!olebr(x)k areas. i'arl lime position involving inst rut'|ion of course one (,vcninl per week for court, referred cases plus some day- time court and local liaison ol'k. Applicants must be faniliar with alcohol abuse fit'hl, able to speak in public and Ix' able to do limited trav(,ling. Must be able to t)l"k with ndnilnun super- vision. Minimum qualifications: Masters or Bachelors Degree in social science, education or closely r(,lated field preferred, two wars (,xpcricncc ill social , ark, educalion or counseling ilh eXlricnce in group dynandcs in alcohol or di'ug ahuse Or any Cluivalent contbination of education or experience. Will consider Associale Degree in alcohol or drug abuse field, with proper extx, riencc. ,nd letter of applicalion and resume to (:olnnunity Alcohol Infor- malion l'rogram, Inc., 4 Bicenlenniel Square, Concord, N, 11. O331)1. 603-228-8181, An Equal Opportunity Employer. BIKE--Boys 2(i-inch ten It--3-1 I-- sp(,ed, (;oral condition. $50. ( all H1)2-222-45!) after :1:(10 OWN YOUR OWN JCall Shop; }).Ill. ,il--3-1 I---4" I,'OR SAI,E-- Complete darkroom set up. Vivitar 66 Enlarger $120. Call 429-2173. 4t--4-1-- NOTICE OF HURLS6 OH AU, OWANa OF WItL STAll OF VIRMOgT IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Jebm k. Ceb, PROBATE COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF Brdfed To the hairs at law and all persons interested in the Estate of John A. Coburn, late of Eairlee, in said District, deceased: You ore notified that a written in- strumeat dated Jenuory 12, 1973, and purporting to be the Last Will and Testament of said deceased has been presented to the Probate Court for the District of Bradford by Hazel E. Eair- brother, with a petition requestin 0 Probate thereof. The hearing thereon has been scheduled for the 6th day of April, 1981 at 1:00 p.m. at the Probate Court, Wells River, Vermont. You mey appear then and there to show cause, if any you may have, why the said instrument should not be allowed as the Last Will end Testament of the deceased. Dated this 4th day of orch, 19BA 3/11-18-25 ISTAT$ OF Jnk 8. Lenm STATE OF VERMONT Probate Court District of Bradford, ss. To all interested persons: At the Probate Court in Bradford on the Sth day of February, 1981, an authen- ticated copy of the last Will and Testamant and the Probate of Jennie B. Leveason late of Romapo, in the County of Rockland, in the State of New York, deceased, leaving estate in sold district,-duly proved, allowed and established in the Surrogate's Court for the County and State oforesald, was presented to this Court, ngreeable to the statute in such cases. And it is ordered by said Court that the 21st day of March, 1981 at the Probate Court in Wells River, at 10:00 o'clock in the forenoon, be assigned for oll persons interested to appear and contest the allowance of such instrument, and the probate thereof, ff they see cause; and that notice thereof be given by publishing this order three weeks successively in the Journal Opinion, a newspaper published in said District, previous to the time ap- 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 end the prebate thereof, if you hove cause. Glvee Under My IIld, , at Wells River in said Oistrlct, this 9th day of February 1981. /sl Reno N. Vigaeou 2/2S-3/4-11 i I a'_,lllfla I [ll=l NOTICE OF HEARING ON ALLOWANCE OF WILL STATE OF VERMONT IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE Of Dorothy P. Van Bree PROBATE COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF Bradford To the heirs at law and all persons interested in the Estate of Dorothy P. Van Bree, late of Corinth, in said Districl, deceased: You ore notified that o wdtlea in- strument doted May 25, 1977, and purporting tO be the Last will and Testament of said deceased has been presented to the Probate Court for the District of Bredford by Otterman & Allen, Attorneys for Patricia Van Bree Hough, nomlnoted executrix, with a petition requesting Probate thereof. The hearing thereon has been scheduled for the 1 st day of April, 1981 at 11:30 o,m. at the Probate Court, Wells River, Vermont. You may appeor then ond thare to show cause, if any you may have, why the said instrument should nat be allowed os the Lost Will ond Testament of the deceased. Doted this 23rd day of February, 1981. /s/ Reno N. Vineau Judge 3/4-11-18 n i ;It1:_1 lldDI I [1 / $TAT! OF VllUIONT NOnCI TO C81OITO85 DISIRICT Of BRADFORD, SS. To the Creditors of the [stale of Robert D. Brock late of Wells River, daceased. E)hel Brock of Wells River, Vermonl, by her Atlorney William P. Neylan, Esquire, of 83 Eastern Aven.ue, St. Jotmsbury, Vt. 0S819, hereby states that she heS been qoointed a persenol representative of the above estate. All creditors having claims against the above estate are required to present the claim in writing within four months offer the date of the first publication hereof to the above persoual representative in care of William P. Neylon, Esquire. 83 Eastern Avenue, St. Jobnsbury, Yr. 0S819, to the Register of the Probate Court at Wells River, Vermont, or said claim wiJbe forever berred. Dated, at Sf. Jabasbury this 27th do). of February, 1981. William P. Neylan, Afthey f lthl 8reck, heo, drh 3/4.11.18 Afl Of VMO OUN SUPIOI (:01111 ORAHGI COUNt, se. a,, Aee Deak Ne. $14-31 Oed VIVIAH HAAWAY NNff 115 ULPH I. NNN, JR. MMO AND O FOIl PUBLKAnON To the above-named defendent, You ore 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 date of the first publication of this summons, which is April 9, 1981. If you fail to do so, judgmenl 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 damage covered by o liability insurance policy under which the insurer has the right or obligetion to cendt the defense, or unless otherwise provided in Rule 13(o), your answer must state as o counterclaim any related claim which you may have against the plaintiff, or you will thereafter be barred from making such claim in any other action. Plaintiff's action is o complaint fur divorce brought by plaintiff against defendant, in which plaintiff alleges that at time of final hearing she will have lived separate and oportfrom plalatiff for six consecutive months, end that resumption of marital relations is not reasonably probable. A copy of the complaint ison file end 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 ebove-entitled action that service cannot be made with due diligence by any of the methods prescribed in V.R.C.P. 4(d) through (f) inclusive, it is hereby ORDERED that service of the above pr:ess 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 e week for three cen- secutive weeks on February 26, 198t, March 5, 1981 and March 12, 1981, in the Jmmml 0, Bradford, Vermont, a newspaper of general circulation in Orange County, and a copy of this order shall be mailed to the defendant. Ralph E. Bennett, Jr, if his address is known. Doted at Chelsea, Vermont, this 1 lth day of February, t981. Stephen B. Martin Burton W. Spooner Jackson T. Webb Jes of Gre Smr 2/2S-3/4-11 I ff:l Ill d P! 1 [ a STATE OF VERMONT NOTICE TO CREDITORS DISTRICT OF BRADFORD, $S. To the Creditors of the Estate of Earle G. Pope late of West Fairlee, deceased. Harvey B. Ottermon, Jr. of Bradford, Vermeat hereby states that he has been appointed a personal representative of the above estate. All creditors herin 8 claims against the above estate ore required to present the claim in writing within four months after the date of the fk'st polication hereof to the above personal representative at the above address or to the Register of the Probate Court at Wells River, Vermont, or said claim wilt be forever barred. Dated at Bradford this 26th day of February, 1981. Harvey 8. Otterrnoa, Jr. Persouel Representative 3/4-11-18 I left_4 III d DI I [ :i STATE OF VINMONT PUKIC SIBIVIOE DOANO ONOH OF NOncI Me. 4533 WNllUS en February 17, 1981, )he Control Vermout Public Service Corporation filed a petition with the Vermoat Public Service Board requesting e certificate of public good garsuent to 30 V.S.A. Section 248 for the repair and reconstruction of its Bradford hydroelectric generation station m the Tewa of Bradford, Vermont, I$ B, TN, NBY ORO|R|D that o hearing be had upon sold petitiou, before o hearing officer of the Public Service Board, Wayne L. Foster, Utilities Engineer, at the Couference Room at the Old Brndford Academy Building in Bradford, Vermont, at 10:00 A.M. ou Tuesday, March 31, 1981, and lhet notice of said hearing be given by two publications of this Order in "The Times-Argos", o doily newspaper published at Borre, Verreanl, ou Wednesday, March 11 and March 18, 1981, and also ia "The Jeeeeel Olmtee" a weekly newspaper published at Bradford. Vermont, on Wednesday, March 11 and March 18, 1981, and thet pelitloner shell, on Or before March 27, 1981, file with this Board copies of the newspapers in which. )his Order of Notice shal hove been shed. DATED at MontpeKer, Vermont, this 27 th cloy of February, 19B1. VMONT PU|L fllfflCl 8OARD By: Susan M. Hudson Cb4 of tbe kerd OffICE OF THE CLERK Filed; February 27, 1981 Attest: Susan M. Hudson Oerk of tbe herd 3/11 - 18 go direct  no Iniddle man, no salesman's fee. Offering all Ihe nationally known brands such as ,Iordache, Vanderbilt, ('alvin Klein, Sodgefield, Levi and over 7O other brands. $15,500.00 includes beginning in-entory, airfare for 1 to our nalional warehouse, training, fixlures and Grand Opening Promolions. Call Mr. Wilkerson at Mademoiselle Fashions 214-631-4022. It--3- 11- ROOFING--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 the hour or contract. 8t--4- l--p l II THE PLACEMENT PEOPLE RESEARCH ENGINEER SEE Knowledge in Mechanical, Chemical, Electronics $42,000 MANUFACTURING MANAGER BSEE- small R & D group-- Real challenge $38,000 PROJECT ENGINEER Manufocturing Bockground in Metallurgy $35,000 INDUSTRIAL ENGINEER Electrd-Mechanical Environment $30,000 PROJECT LEADER Supervise design & production of machinery $25,000 PRODUCTION CONTROL SUPERVISOR MRP in Electro-Mechanical Environment PROPOSAL ENGINEER BSE ........ Tool Mfg. Background MECHANICAL DRAFTSMAN Design of high speed machinery ELECTRONIC DRAFTSMAN Entry Level -- ASEE or Experience $24,000 $23,000 $19,000 $5,000 Company Paid Recruiters (603) 298-.5524 8 COLONIAL PLAZA W. LEBANON, N.H. 03784 I I I I I OFFICE (]iRL NEEDED in HELP WANTED--Exchange Bradford Office. Will do office room in colonial house, Main and receptionist work. St., Newbury for 9 hours-wk Experience needed. Send child care (evenings) and 3 resume to P.O. Box 565. tf--c hours per week light SPECIAl, El) teacher will housework. L.F. Barnes 802- tulor Elementary school 866-5657. 4t--3-25-- , children at my home or yours. Call 8{12-42.9-2173. 4t--3-11-- GRAY'S AUCTION CALENDAR WANTEI)--I)OOr "and fender Ior 7:LH(I :, or :: lon Pickup ('ht,\\;,\, passengers side. Brian | |av,'al"(|, ti5-2241. 4T--3- i t.l_--_._._.___ .... I i i h An00ue Touch I 1 Ed & Lynda Kulikowski | 1 Route 5 (Lower b 1 I""'"' | I .u587 I[ i R"idence: .  WANTED-- Used or old decoys, old books on hunting and fishing. Write Box 454, Bradford, Vt. 05033. tf--ne WANTED--old floor boards. ('all 8(12-649-1528. 2T--3-11-- Saturday, March 28 -- for Fred Lackie, Benton Flats, N.H Selling 74 ttead of Holsteins, 4 tractors and all Farm Machinery and crops. Starts at 9:30 A.M. Saturday, Aprd II -- Antique & Furniture Sale at Gray's Field, Rt. 5, Fairlee, Vt. 10:30 A.M. Friday, April 17 -- for M.P. Maxham, Hartland, Vt. Selling 160 Head Jerseys, 110 Registered. All Farm Machinery, sugaring equipment. Starting at 9:30 A.M. This is a top herd of Jersey cows and some of the best Farm Machinery we have ever sold at auction. Thursday, April 23 --for Robert Eastman, Montpelier, Vt. Selling milking Herd of 58 Head of Holsteins, 40 are Reg. 12:30 P.M. Saturday, April 25 -- the annual Machinery Sale for McLaren's and Townline Equipment, Passumpsic, Vt. Starts at 10 A.M. Saturday, May 2 -- the New England Jersey Sale, Hulland, Vt. Saturday, May 9 -- Consignment Sale of Machinery & Aulonlobiles al Gray's Field, Rt. 5, Fairlee, Vt, 9:3(I A.M. ALICTIONEERS: C.W. Gray & Sons, Inc. East Thetford, Vt. 785-4348 or 785-2161 | U TI SAT., MARCH 14, 1981, 10 A.M. COMPLETE DISPERSA L Fm Meadowview Farm In Orange, Vt. Located just off Route 302 East of East Barre. Look for Auction Signa. 102 Holstein Cattle 58 Mature milking cattle, 25 Registered, 33 high producing grades Some of the cow families include Metcalf Triune Atleen VG 87 with 20,277M - 649F  UNH Hope Angels VG 87 and Fresh Howacre$ Tim Reba VG 87, a sixth generation VG sells with two of her daughters McMillan CS Golden Kanza VG 86 17542M 565F * Many fine Registered Cows and heifers * Prefixes - Howacres, Devins, Gould, Metcalf, Highter, McLane. Service Sires include Paclamar Astronaut, Triple Threat, Fifty-Five Rockman, R Maple, Telestar Tim, Moonshot, Citation Attache, Willow, and Double Triune. 44 HEIFERS 10 Bred Heifers, 6 Registered; 11 yearlings to ready tO breed, 5 Registered; t0 six mos. old to yearlings, 6 Registered; 13 calves, most registered; Calf sires include triple Threat, Astronaut Lewie. Willow, Starlite, Jupiter, Elate, Milestone, King Arthur, Ted, Bold C, Strephon, Grand Fortune, Glen Valley Star. All Cattle blood and TB tested, preg checked, nasal innoculated twice prior to sale. Heifers and calves de-horned and calf-hood vaccinated where old enough. Herd on official DHIA. Catalogues available at ringside. MACHINERY David Brown 1200 Diesel Tractor . Int. Farmall A, wide front end N.H. 273 Baler * N.H. Rake * Sprlngtooth and chain Harrows * Portable Circular Saw Rig 1967 Int. Dump Truck 1948 Ford Hay Truck Vicon 3 pt. Hitch t000 lb. Fertilizer Spreader * 3 pt. Hitch Seeder Land Roller * Allied Reversible Snowblower0 3 pt. hitch * 250 gal. Fuel Tank and Pump Bale Buncher. BARN EQUIPMENT Hay Elevator w/motor * 3 Two calf Racks * 3 Universal, 1 DeLaval Milking Machines w/Surge Magnetic Pulsators Dumping Station * 100 ft. hose 2 Electric Heaters. Seman Tank. 4 Electric Fencers Grain Carts Shovels  Hoes and more. Many items to be sold used on farms and some antiques. Some of the miscellaneous items include: Welder, complete. Air Compressor, complete  Chain Saw 200 Cedar Posts * 2 Wooden Feed Bunks Wrenches * Saws * Wire Bolt and Nut Set. All the hand tools used on the farm will be sold but are too numerous to mention. SALES MANAGERS COMMENT: This will be an all day sale as the contents and tools are just aS they were when purchased from the Tucker Estate. Top Cattle, and many items needed on the farm. Sale will start promptly at 10:00 A.M. SALE POSITIVE * TERMS CASH . SALE UNDER A TENT LUNCH SERVED PEDIGREES SALES MANAGER AUCTIONEERS Gary Culbertson Big G Sales, Div. of Big G Corp. Gregg Lussier Bradford, Vt. Graham Slake, Bradford, Vt. Hsrdwick, Vt. 802.586-2533 Tel. no. 802-222.SS66 Graham Blaka/Chris Slake ' ' 802-222-5569 March I I. 1981-'rhe Journal Opinion-l'age ! l Card of Thanks My many thanks are not adequate words to my many friends for the beautiful plants, bouquets and cards I received during my recovery and stay at the Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital. A very special thanks to my doctors and nurses. And my devoted friends, thank you. Kathyrn Childs HELP WANTED CARD OF THANKS FOR SALE We wish to thank our friends and relatives of all acts of kindness shown to us during the loss of our father, John Coburn. Mr. & Mrs. Henry Fairbrother Mr. & Mrs. Elwin Coburn Mr & Mrs. Carroll Coburn CARD OF THANKS Gordon Southworth and family wish to thank our many friends, relatives and neighbors for all the flowers, cards and visits, and acts of kind- hess shown during my stay at Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital. I also thank the nursing staff on Faulkner 5. Dr. Sachs and the therapy dept. for the excellent care. All was greatly appreciated. God bless you all Gordon Southworth Card of Thanks The family of Charles Emerson wishes to tlkeir deepest appreciation and thanks to and friends who extended so many .acts of kindnesses of food, flowers, calls and eds. A special thanks to Allen's Rest Home, the girls that work there, Dr. Olsen, Barbara Wakefield, everyone at Central Vermont Hospital, Rev. Joseph Rinaldi and the Hale Uneral Home. May God bless you all. Mr. & Mrs. Richard Emerson and Family PUBLIC NOTICE Over the page 4) under the of a man named Westinghouse, who in the mine as a source of ore ration with )ment and Westinghouse rwer the plant life in Copperfield. When the wind was right, these fumes sometimes were carried down to West Fairlee and even to Post Mills, doing damage to gardens all along the way. He says the barren hillsides in Copperfield soon came up to raspberries, then WANTED I in 1905, the later to blackberries. Around and .$Whr .p time  World War I, the Ls sold for junk and the gth of blackberries was so so houses in Copperfield t=hick that people used to come 'illageveedd, Some were in from all the countryside to West Fal and around, even from Montpelier to the shore of Lake and Barre, some of them where they are now camping there for a week at a World Wars I and II each ;ht a brief renewal of the old Copperfield une, as the old waste dumps were hauled io South nd reworked. Other material has been and used in building in the area. (Note: The road from West Stratford runs on opposite side of the brook the old road through opPerfield. ) * Recollections John Coburn of Fairlee he was born in 1890, and early school years re and went to at Copperfield. He delivering milk the family farm to the Sometimes their cows loose and ran through the area and he had to help up on horseback. James Melendy of Newbury born in Copperfield in His father, Clinton A. was coachman for mining company, having of all their horses -- trading, etc. -- for than 20 teams. During boom years around 1870, ae's grandfather, Sullivan owned more than 30 and employed 15 to 20 men for hauling for the mines. When the mine was closed 1905 and the houses in sold, Jame's Gardner Melendy, the clubhouse, for- Ely-Goddard's man- and moved it 5 miles to the northern end of Fairlee, where it still as a summer home. house was moved the lake on the ice. James says that some of mine tunnels are so long they run underneath of the houses just above ending near the place. The tunnels of water, and if they opened up there mendous rush of so full of sulfur that it everything in its says that the reason closed during World Was that the state it because there was pond, and the water mining operation to go directly into all the fish AUCTION spoke of the from the old Which had killed all time, picking blackberries by the bushel. Many of them were sold in West Fairlee. He says the trees finally grew back and the area has been logged several times since. James was still a young child when the mine closed and his family moved to West Fairlee. When the mine reopened and they "ran the dumps" during World War i, he went to work there for a year, although he was only about 16 years old. When the mines at South Stratford reopened during World War II, James was there, working most of the time until the mines closed in 1958. Other references: Child's Orange County Gazetteer and Collamer Abbott's Green Mountain Copper. t to be continued I . Letters (continued front page 4 ) storing nuclear wastes for the necessary hundreds of thousands of years is in- surmountable. As Hannes AlfVen, a Nobel prize winning physicist said, "If a problem is too difficult to solve, one cannot claim that it is solved by pointing to all the efforts made to solve it." Nuclear war is far more threatening to our survival than nuclear power, but they both are pretty bad and I am for doing anything that will deter either development. That is the monumental task. Virginia Barlow Eta-freak Corinth, Vt. Groton to notice on taxes GROTON--Board of Select- man Chairman Michael Blair said letters will he sent March 24 giving all Groton taxpayers 10 days to pay their taxes. This will start the process of tax sales of properties on which taxes are not collected. Blair said there is ap- proximately $24,000 in delinquent taxes in the town. Treasurer Betty Morse said the town will have to borrow money for expenditures if tax revenues are received late. TllOUGilTS A person is about as big as the things that make him angry. GRIMM I,I(;IITNIN(; F'IlIEWOOI) for sale - cut, EVAI)OI{ATOR--2ft. xBft. spill and d(,livered. 1 cord ilh stainless sled syrup orders acct'pted (,all Guy pans. 1 year old l'erfect Milh,r 8(12-439-1i254. 4T--3- con(Ill ion. $15(M). ('all 802-439- "-5-7-c . ................... ti2tl3. I,caw message. 41----4- FREE -- FREE -- I--c FREE--Brand new baby kittens. Three adorable kit- lens, two tigers and one black. W_ACII(oRg BII[H[Lli Will be ready to go March 31st. Will furnish a box of cat food SUlfl'l,t:S JEEPS, ('ars, antd with each kitten. Call 802-439- Trucks. Availabh' lhru 5572. tf--nc (;m'crnni'.t Ag(,nci('s. Many sell ul(k'r $2txI ('all 312-742- ARC i(egist(,red lt'illils('s 1143, Ext. t;llll I'tlr inl'o, on how St)anicls. Excellent hunling to I)nrt'has( '. 4T--2-18--3-4--3- shx'k. (;real house (log 802- I (-.1; !--!L ............ 22:'-'Jr'2't: fl'7 !-2.7-! . BEAR Hll)(E ('OUPE, FOR SALE---Oneslightly used ('h('vv t; cvl.. exh'a tires and dol house for large dog. x he('ls. Hiw' ready. $100(I.00 Painted white with black trim, r I',.O Iria, Ilaywar(l, 685- steel roof. $50.00. Call after 5 22.11. rr--3-ll--c or weekends. 802-439-5528. tf- nc J EEPS, ('ARS, TRUCKS availabh, Ihrough govenllnen[ FOR SALE-- Wood-burning agencit, s. Inan.v sell for under Ashley Console, automatic $21MLIMI. ('all l;02-!i41-1014 Ext. thermostat, excellent con- No. 7127 f.r your dirt,clory on dillon, $275.00. Also. wood- hox Io l)tn'chits(,. 4T--3-11--- burning add-on minit'urnace. ............................. good condition, $150.00. CaiJ I!Ni9 PONTIA(' FIREBIRI)-- fiarvey Locke, 802-439-5455. Heady to race at llear Ridge. 4t--4-1-- 1!)74 Ponliac Vcnlura, with spare parts. $(i(HI. or best offer, n III [tPI['] ill k [0]I d [IQ ( all 81)2-222-45!11) after :1:00 p.nl. 4t--3-11---c 1974 PINTO WAGON-- Just replaced engine. 25 to 30 miles per gallon. $1A50 or make offer. Call Jim, 802-757-3715. 4t---4-1-- FOR SAI,E 2 slack cars, full roll cages. (:all Mark or Bob Packard 603-(32-7661. 2t--4- I---e FOR SAt,E-- 1.7 AMC Pacer Excellent condition. Automatic. $2CaX)or best offer. (:all 429-2173 M-F after 4 anylime weekends. 4t----4-1--c TitOUGHTS Wouldn't it be nice to be as sure of anything as some people are of everything? MOTICI Of HIARING OH ALLOWANa[ OF WILL STAff OF VllMOIIT IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Cbles A. Nkkcex PROBATE FOR THE DISTRICT OF Brdford To the heirs at law and all persons interested in the Estate of Charles A. Hick- cox, late of Bradford, in said District, deceased: You are notified that a written in- strument dated October 3, 1975, and purporting to be the Lost Will and Testament of said daceasad has been presented to the Probate Court for the District of Bradford by Mrs. Mirian Hick- cox. with o petition requesting Probate thereof. The hearing thereon has been scheduled for the 7th day of April, 1981 at 2:00 p.m. at the Probate Court, Wells River, Vermont. You mq appear then and there to show cause, if any you may have, why the said instrument should not be allowed as the Lost Will and Testament of the deceased. Dated this 2nd day of March, 1981. is/Reno N. Vigaeou 3/11-18-25 NOTICE Town of Fairlee The Fairlee, Vermont Board of Selectmen will meet the first and third Monday evenings of each month at 7:,30 P.M. at the Fairlee Town Hall until further notice. I PUBLIC NOTICE The i,o annual report of the Cunningham Charitable Trust is available at the office of Stebbins & Bradley, P.A., 41 S. Park Street, llanover, New Hampshire 30755 for inspection during regular business hours hy any citizen who requests it within 180 days of the date of publication of this notice, dated March I i, 1981. (?UNNINGllAM CHARITABLE TRUST By: S. John Stebbins, co-trustee W VILLAGE MEETING VILLAGE OF NEWBURY STATE OF VERMONT ORAN(;E COUNTY, ss To the voters of the Village of Newbury : GIEE'riN(AS: The legal voters of the Village of Newbury are hereby warned and notified to meet at the Town Hall on , Wednesday, March 11, 1981 at 7:30 PM to act on the following articles: ARTi('I,E I: To heat" a report from the Water ('ommissioners on the progress of the forest nlanagement program in the watershed area as authorized by the voters at the Special Meeting November 28, 1979. ARTI('I 2: To hear a report from the Water Conmaissioners on the development of an un- derground water source in the watershed area, the development of an alternative underground water source in the Connecticut River flood l)lain, lhe installation of reelers on all water systenl cotmections, and the estimated costs of I hese projects. This report is to be followed by a quest ion and answer period. ARTI('I,E 3: To hear a proposal from lhe Water ('ommissioners 1o borrow $00,000.00 to finance the cost of devch)ping an underground source of water and Io install meters on all water system connections, said proposal to be followed by a quest ion and a=swer period. ARTI('I,E 4: To see which underground water source the voters will authorizc the Water Com- nfissioncrs to develop: a. A source in the water shed area. b. A sourcc in the Connecticut River fhNM plain. ARTI('I 5: To see if the volcrs will authorize the Water Commissioners to proceed with the development of the underground water source , authorized under ARTI('LE 4 and the in- stallation of water meters, if the voters on March 12, 1!181 approve a bond issue to finance the improvements. ARTI('I 6: To transact any othcr business to come before said meeting, Newbury. Vermont February 21;, 19.1 Erma Ilastings Village Clerk I hereby certify that the foregoing warning was recorded before posting. Attest: Erma Ilastings Village Cleric WILLIAM K. ARPS, C.P.A. Certified Public Accountant , Financial Planning PERSONAL & BUSINESS . Accounting-Audit Services Personal .Business Income Tax Preparation TEL. (802) 429-2365 ()l,I) ItOOK ST()Ifl': I{;r(' ,l(l tls('d books. O|)('ll ,) G I'. ) m()Hlhs a ycar. ('()lilt' altd brm,, so' $17 ::'.1-.1711!) 1}1" ,1.113. I o.'r- I-2:lt ....... FOR SAI,E-- Storage tank, holds 600 plus gallons. 4 feet by 4 feel by 8 feet. $300. Call Ronnie Erskine 802-222-4506 after 6P.M. 2t3-11 - k I NOTII Of NIAIIN6 ON ALLOWANCE OF WItL STAff OF VIRMONT IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF LJSla I. Ileaoroft PROBATE COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF Bredferd To the heirs at low and all persons interested in the Estate of Lilhan E. Bancroft, late of Bradford, in said Districl, deceased: You ore notified that a written in- strument doted May 26, 1951, and purporting to be the Last Wifl and Testament of said deceased has been presented to the Probate Court for the District of Bradford by Otterman & Allen, Attorneys for the nominated executor, Paul Bancroft, with a petition requesting Probate thereaL The hearing thereon has been scheduled for the 24th day of March, 1981 at 11:00 a.m. at the Probate Court, Wells River, Vermont. You me t appear then and there to show cause, if any you may have, why the said instrument should not be allowed as the Lost Will end Testament of the deceased. Dated this 19th day of February, 1981. Is Reno N. Vigneau Jud 2/2S-3/4-11 I ATTRACTIVE 3 bedroom homes $4995.00 and up. New and used homes available. Park spaces and transporting. Over 50 homes to choose from. Milch's Mobile ttomes, Rt. 10, Woodsvilic, N.H. 603-747-3376. 4t--3-25---c IIONEYMOON SPECIAl,: $10,5(). wilh only $1.600 down and invesl $154 for 144 months. (iltclu(h's Insurance too) yon'l] own yt)ur own honle. IH)81) 14 wide 2 bedroorn by I,il)('l"ly wilh lhe adorable, "horseshoe bar kitchen", and of course the nlaster hedrtx)ln, has the hug(' walk in ch)sel and private enh'y Io halhr()m. Nole $22,17(;, APR 17 per cent Closed Wed. Open Sundays: Citalion Mobile llonles, H.I. 12 (:harlcstown, Nil. It--3-I I-- iCLASSilFIEDSi I-" 1:1 l'jItVL4dl l 1 fl AIOIIOI, INFORMATION course instructors wanted for I,ill h,lon-(!olebr(x)k areas. i'arl lime position involving inst rut'|ion of course one (,vcninl per week for court, referred cases plus some day- time court and local liaison ol'k. Applicants must be faniliar with alcohol abuse fit'hl, able to speak in public and Ix' able to do limited trav(,ling. Must be able to t)l"k with ndnilnun super- vision. Minimum qualifications: Masters or Bachelors Degree in social science, education or closely r(,lated field preferred, two wars (,xpcricncc ill social , ark, educalion or counseling ilh eXlricnce in group dynandcs in alcohol or di'ug ahuse Or any Cluivalent contbination of education or experience. Will consider Associale Degree in alcohol or drug abuse field, with proper extx, riencc. ,nd letter of applicalion and resume to (:olnnunity Alcohol Infor- malion l'rogram, Inc., 4 Bicenlenniel Square, Concord, N, 11. O331)1. 603-228-8181, An Equal Opportunity Employer. BIKE--Boys 2(i-inch ten It--3-1 I-- sp(,ed, (;oral condition. $50. ( all H1)2-222-45!) after :1:(10 OWN YOUR OWN JCall Shop; }).Ill. ,il--3-1 I---4" I,'OR SAI,E-- Complete darkroom set up. Vivitar 66 Enlarger $120. Call 429-2173. 4t--4-1-- NOTICE OF HURLS6 OH AU, OWANa OF WItL STAll OF VIRMOgT IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Jebm k. Ceb, PROBATE COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF Brdfed To the hairs at law and all persons interested in the Estate of John A. Coburn, late of Eairlee, in said District, deceased: You ore notified that a written in- strumeat dated Jenuory 12, 1973, and purporting to be the Last Will and Testament of said deceased has been presented to the Probate Court for the District of Bradford by Hazel E. Eair- brother, with a petition requestin 0 Probate thereof. The hearing thereon has been scheduled for the 6th day of April, 1981 at 1:00 p.m. at the Probate Court, Wells River, Vermont. You mey appear then and there to show cause, if any you may have, why the said instrument should not be allowed as the Last Will end Testament of the deceased. Dated this 4th day of orch, 19BA 3/11-18-25 ISTAT$ OF Jnk 8. Lenm STATE OF VERMONT Probate Court District of Bradford, ss. To all interested persons: At the Probate Court in Bradford on the Sth day of February, 1981, an authen- ticated copy of the last Will and Testamant and the Probate of Jennie B. Leveason late of Romapo, in the County of Rockland, in the State of New York, deceased, leaving estate in sold district,-duly proved, allowed and established in the Surrogate's Court for the County and State oforesald, was presented to this Court, ngreeable to the statute in such cases. And it is ordered by said Court that the 21st day of March, 1981 at the Probate Court in Wells River, at 10:00 o'clock in the forenoon, be assigned for oll persons interested to appear and contest the allowance of such instrument, and the probate thereof, ff they see cause; and that notice thereof be given by publishing this order three weeks successively in the Journal Opinion, a newspaper published in said District, previous to the time ap- 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 end the prebate thereof, if you hove cause. Glvee Under My IIld, , at Wells River in said Oistrlct, this 9th day of February 1981. /sl Reno N. Vigaeou 2/2S-3/4-11 i I a'_,lllfla I [ll=l NOTICE OF HEARING ON ALLOWANCE OF WILL STATE OF VERMONT IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE Of Dorothy P. Van Bree PROBATE COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF Bradford To the heirs at law and all persons interested in the Estate of Dorothy P. Van Bree, late of Corinth, in said Districl, deceased: You ore notified that o wdtlea in- strument doted May 25, 1977, and purporting tO be the Last will and Testament of said deceased has been presented to the Probate Court for the District of Bredford by Otterman & Allen, Attorneys for Patricia Van Bree Hough, nomlnoted executrix, with a petition requesting Probate thereof. The hearing thereon has been scheduled for the 1 st day of April, 1981 at 11:30 o,m. at the Probate Court, Wells River, Vermont. You may appeor then ond thare to show cause, if any you may have, why the said instrument should nat be allowed os the Lost Will ond Testament of the deceased. Doted this 23rd day of February, 1981. /s/ Reno N. Vineau Judge 3/4-11-18 n i ;It1:_1 lldDI I [1 / $TAT! OF VllUIONT NOnCI TO C81OITO85 DISIRICT Of BRADFORD, SS. To the Creditors of the [stale of Robert D. Brock late of Wells River, daceased. E)hel Brock of Wells River, Vermonl, by her Atlorney William P. Neylan, Esquire, of 83 Eastern Aven.ue, St. Jotmsbury, Vt. 0S819, hereby states that she heS been qoointed a persenol representative of the above estate. All creditors having claims against the above estate are required to present the claim in writing within four months offer the date of the first publication hereof to the above persoual representative in care of William P. Neylon, Esquire. 83 Eastern Avenue, St. Jobnsbury, Yr. 0S819, to the Register of the Probate Court at Wells River, Vermont, or said claim wiJbe forever berred. Dated, at Sf. Jabasbury this 27th do). of February, 1981. William P. Neylan, Afthey f lthl 8reck, heo, drh 3/4.11.18 Afl Of VMO OUN SUPIOI (:01111 ORAHGI COUNt, se. a,, Aee Deak Ne. $14-31 Oed VIVIAH HAAWAY NNff 115 ULPH I. NNN, JR. MMO AND O FOIl PUBLKAnON To the above-named defendent, You ore 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 date of the first publication of this summons, which is April 9, 1981. If you fail to do so, judgmenl 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 damage covered by o liability insurance policy under which the insurer has the right or obligetion to cendt the defense, or unless otherwise provided in Rule 13(o), your answer must state as o counterclaim any related claim which you may have against the plaintiff, or you will thereafter be barred from making such claim in any other action. Plaintiff's action is o complaint fur divorce brought by plaintiff against defendant, in which plaintiff alleges that at time of final hearing she will have lived separate and oportfrom plalatiff for six consecutive months, end that resumption of marital relations is not reasonably probable. A copy of the complaint ison file end 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 ebove-entitled action that service cannot be made with due diligence by any of the methods prescribed in V.R.C.P. 4(d) through (f) inclusive, it is hereby ORDERED that service of the above pr:ess 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 e week for three cen- secutive weeks on February 26, 198t, March 5, 1981 and March 12, 1981, in the Jmmml 0, Bradford, Vermont, a newspaper of general circulation in Orange County, and a copy of this order shall be mailed to the defendant. Ralph E. Bennett, Jr, if his address is known. Doted at Chelsea, Vermont, this 1 lth day of February, t981. Stephen B. Martin Burton W. Spooner Jackson T. Webb Jes of Gre Smr 2/2S-3/4-11 I ff:l Ill d P! 1 [ a STATE OF VERMONT NOTICE TO CREDITORS DISTRICT OF BRADFORD, $S. To the Creditors of the Estate of Earle G. Pope late of West Fairlee, deceased. Harvey B. Ottermon, Jr. of Bradford, Vermeat hereby states that he has been appointed a personal representative of the above estate. All creditors herin 8 claims against the above estate ore required to present the claim in writing within four months after the date of the fk'st polication hereof to the above personal representative at the above address or to the Register of the Probate Court at Wells River, Vermont, or said claim wilt be forever barred. Dated at Bradford this 26th day of February, 1981. Harvey 8. Otterrnoa, Jr. Persouel Representative 3/4-11-18 I left_4 III d DI I [ :i STATE OF VINMONT PUKIC SIBIVIOE DOANO ONOH OF NOncI Me. 4533 WNllUS en February 17, 1981, )he Control Vermout Public Service Corporation filed a petition with the Vermoat Public Service Board requesting e certificate of public good garsuent to 30 V.S.A. Section 248 for the repair and reconstruction of its Bradford hydroelectric generation station m the Tewa of Bradford, Vermont, I$ B, TN, NBY ORO|R|D that o hearing be had upon sold petitiou, before o hearing officer of the Public Service Board, Wayne L. Foster, Utilities Engineer, at the Couference Room at the Old Brndford Academy Building in Bradford, Vermont, at 10:00 A.M. ou Tuesday, March 31, 1981, and lhet notice of said hearing be given by two publications of this Order in "The Times-Argos", o doily newspaper published at Borre, Verreanl, ou Wednesday, March 11 and March 18, 1981, and also ia "The Jeeeeel Olmtee" a weekly newspaper published at Bradford. Vermont, on Wednesday, March 11 and March 18, 1981, and thet pelitloner shell, on Or before March 27, 1981, file with this Board copies of the newspapers in which. )his Order of Notice shal hove been shed. DATED at MontpeKer, Vermont, this 27 th cloy of February, 19B1. VMONT PU|L fllfflCl 8OARD By: Susan M. Hudson Cb4 of tbe kerd OffICE OF THE CLERK Filed; February 27, 1981 Attest: Susan M. Hudson Oerk of tbe herd 3/11 - 18 go direct  no Iniddle man, no salesman's fee. Offering all Ihe nationally known brands such as ,Iordache, Vanderbilt, ('alvin Klein, Sodgefield, Levi and over 7O other brands. $15,500.00 includes beginning in-entory, airfare for 1 to our nalional warehouse, training, fixlures and Grand Opening Promolions. Call Mr. Wilkerson at Mademoiselle Fashions 214-631-4022. It--3- 11- ROOFING--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 the hour or contract. 8t--4- l--p l II THE PLACEMENT PEOPLE RESEARCH ENGINEER SEE Knowledge in Mechanical, Chemical, Electronics $42,000 MANUFACTURING MANAGER BSEE- small R & D group-- Real challenge $38,000 PROJECT ENGINEER Manufocturing Bockground in Metallurgy $35,000 INDUSTRIAL ENGINEER Electrd-Mechanical Environment $30,000 PROJECT LEADER Supervise design & production of machinery $25,000 PRODUCTION CONTROL SUPERVISOR MRP in Electro-Mechanical Environment PROPOSAL ENGINEER BSE ........ Tool Mfg. Background MECHANICAL DRAFTSMAN Design of high speed machinery ELECTRONIC DRAFTSMAN Entry Level -- ASEE or Experience $24,000 $23,000 $19,000 $5,000 Company Paid Recruiters (603) 298-.5524 8 COLONIAL PLAZA W. LEBANON, N.H. 03784 I I I I I OFFICE (]iRL NEEDED in HELP WANTED--Exchange Bradford Office. Will do office room in colonial house, Main and receptionist work. St., Newbury for 9 hours-wk Experience needed. Send child care (evenings) and 3 resume to P.O. Box 565. tf--c hours per week light SPECIAl, El) teacher will housework. L.F. Barnes 802- tulor Elementary school 866-5657. 4t--3-25-- , children at my home or yours. Call 8{12-42.9-2173. 4t--3-11-- GRAY'S AUCTION CALENDAR WANTEI)--I)OOr "and fender Ior 7:LH(I :, or :: lon Pickup ('ht,\\;,\, passengers side. Brian | |av,'al"(|, ti5-2241. 4T--3- i t.l_--_._._.___ .... I i i h An00ue Touch I 1 Ed & Lynda Kulikowski | 1 Route 5 (Lower b 1 I""'"' | I .u587 I[ i R"idence: .  WANTED-- Used or old decoys, old books on hunting and fishing. Write Box 454, Bradford, Vt. 05033. tf--ne WANTED--old floor boards. ('all 8(12-649-1528. 2T--3-11-- Saturday, March 28 -- for Fred Lackie, Benton Flats, N.H Selling 74 ttead of Holsteins, 4 tractors and all Farm Machinery and crops. Starts at 9:30 A.M. Saturday, Aprd II -- Antique & Furniture Sale at Gray's Field, Rt. 5, Fairlee, Vt. 10:30 A.M. Friday, April 17 -- for M.P. Maxham, Hartland, Vt. Selling 160 Head Jerseys, 110 Registered. All Farm Machinery, sugaring equipment. Starting at 9:30 A.M. This is a top herd of Jersey cows and some of the best Farm Machinery we have ever sold at auction. Thursday, April 23 --for Robert Eastman, Montpelier, Vt. Selling milking Herd of 58 Head of Holsteins, 40 are Reg. 12:30 P.M. Saturday, April 25 -- the annual Machinery Sale for McLaren's and Townline Equipment, Passumpsic, Vt. Starts at 10 A.M. Saturday, May 2 -- the New England Jersey Sale, Hulland, Vt. Saturday, May 9 -- Consignment Sale of Machinery & Aulonlobiles al Gray's Field, Rt. 5, Fairlee, Vt, 9:3(I A.M. ALICTIONEERS: C.W. Gray & Sons, Inc. East Thetford, Vt. 785-4348 or 785-2161 | U TI SAT., MARCH 14, 1981, 10 A.M. COMPLETE DISPERSA L Fm Meadowview Farm In Orange, Vt. Located just off Route 302 East of East Barre. Look for Auction Signa. 102 Holstein Cattle 58 Mature milking cattle, 25 Registered, 33 high producing grades Some of the cow families include Metcalf Triune Atleen VG 87 with 20,277M - 649F  UNH Hope Angels VG 87 and Fresh Howacre$ Tim Reba VG 87, a sixth generation VG sells with two of her daughters McMillan CS Golden Kanza VG 86 17542M 565F * Many fine Registered Cows and heifers * Prefixes - Howacres, Devins, Gould, Metcalf, Highter, McLane. Service Sires include Paclamar Astronaut, Triple Threat, Fifty-Five Rockman, R Maple, Telestar Tim, Moonshot, Citation Attache, Willow, and Double Triune. 44 HEIFERS 10 Bred Heifers, 6 Registered; 11 yearlings to ready tO breed, 5 Registered; t0 six mos. old to yearlings, 6 Registered; 13 calves, most registered; Calf sires include triple Threat, Astronaut Lewie. Willow, Starlite, Jupiter, Elate, Milestone, King Arthur, Ted, Bold C, Strephon, Grand Fortune, Glen Valley Star. All Cattle blood and TB tested, preg checked, nasal innoculated twice prior to sale. Heifers and calves de-horned and calf-hood vaccinated where old enough. Herd on official DHIA. Catalogues available at ringside. MACHINERY David Brown 1200 Diesel Tractor . Int. Farmall A, wide front end N.H. 273 Baler * N.H. Rake * Sprlngtooth and chain Harrows * Portable Circular Saw Rig 1967 Int. Dump Truck 1948 Ford Hay Truck Vicon 3 pt. Hitch t000 lb. Fertilizer Spreader * 3 pt. Hitch Seeder Land Roller * Allied Reversible Snowblower0 3 pt. hitch * 250 gal. Fuel Tank and Pump Bale Buncher. BARN EQUIPMENT Hay Elevator w/motor * 3 Two calf Racks * 3 Universal, 1 DeLaval Milking Machines w/Surge Magnetic Pulsators Dumping Station * 100 ft. hose 2 Electric Heaters. Seman Tank. 4 Electric Fencers Grain Carts Shovels  Hoes and more. Many items to be sold used on farms and some antiques. Some of the miscellaneous items include: Welder, complete. Air Compressor, complete  Chain Saw 200 Cedar Posts * 2 Wooden Feed Bunks Wrenches * Saws * Wire Bolt and Nut Set. All the hand tools used on the farm will be sold but are too numerous to mention. SALES MANAGERS COMMENT: This will be an all day sale as the contents and tools are just aS they were when purchased from the Tucker Estate. Top Cattle, and many items needed on the farm. Sale will start promptly at 10:00 A.M. SALE POSITIVE * TERMS CASH . SALE UNDER A TENT LUNCH SERVED PEDIGREES SALES MANAGER AUCTIONEERS Gary Culbertson Big G Sales, Div. of Big G Corp. Gregg Lussier Bradford, Vt. Graham Slake, Bradford, Vt. Hsrdwick, Vt. 802.586-2533 Tel. no. 802-222.SS66 Graham Blaka/Chris Slake ' ' 802-222-5569