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Eclipse Grange by JUNE M. STOWELL TFORD-- The M mem meeting was can outh because of the weather. Two March 31, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 3 new8 Ray. Edwin Miine. Saturday Eve Mass, 6:30 School 10:00 a.m. Youth Fellowship Sunday evening. Youth Fellowship Grades 7 through  p.m. Sunday Masses, 8 a.m. and 10 a.m. " - '. ,OyCR. AT' $,. Lwk.', Epk.I Ckmn:k Sunday Servk:e. 9a.m., Woodsviile, N.H. Rev. Frances Potter, Holy r'-10,.m. Communic 1 st, 3rd and 5th Sundays - 11:00 ...... o.m. Morning Prayer, 2nd and 4th, Sundays - 11:00a.m. Sunday School, 9:45 11 a.m. Evening - Prayer Meeting Ckrdl ef the Nmmrem Rev. Hyseng, Imstor. Sunday. 9:45 o.m., Sunday school. 11 o.m., morning worship. 7 p.m., evening worship. Wedaesday, 7:15 p.m., mld-week service. Un/ted Mef " Sunday Services I I Rev. William L. Shofar, paster. Sunday, 11 Meeting, Wed. 2 a.m., mormngworship; churchschoolforpre- schoni children. Tuesdays, 6:30 a.m., men's t2. All are welcome. NEWlIUIIT Cmllrqefleml U.C.C. Rev. John Hnggarty, Sunday Services - 11 a.m. Church School 10 a.m. Uowbwy 19klo Ckwclt Nowbury, Vt. Rev. Joseph Rindidi. Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Service, I1 a.m. Evening Fellowship, 7:30 p.m. Bible Study, Wed., 7:30 p.m. IffEGAT! CAIINIBI Id Pnmlq'terbe aum Rev, Nrion T. Redding. Sunday Worship, THETFORD-- The March 9 a member of the State Grange canceled, Youth Committee applications for The March 23 meeting was membership were read and Youth Night. referred to a committee. Most of the offices were held There was also several by youth members. The requests for donations to presiding Master was Dexter various State Grange cam- Tilden. mittees and other Distinguished guests were organizations. the State Grange Assistant Wilbert Thurston was in Steward Kim Richardson, charge of the literary State Grange Lady Assistant program. He had Mr. Robert Sue Richard and Linda Wilds, Hunter and two Webelo Scouts as guest speakers. They showed the badges and rib- bons that they earned, and - ....... hrenkfast. Helen Rutherferd is lending a Bible 11:30a.m. Church School, 9a.m. explained the various things  study uro et  home on rsdays from that they had done to earn 9:30-11 a.m.; everyone is welcome, them. They also showed some -- c b--a------ of the wood carvings that they Wo ykhool - i0:00- $OI/lrllT Sev, m.day Aduest CrdD hMb''_. rship - 1 1:00 a.m.- jji, Swvice - 6:30 p.m., Albert E. Parker, pastor. Sunday, 10 a.m., Elder Lee Manning. Worship Serc., made. tmg-b:30p.m Sunday school. 11:00 morning worship. 7 Saturday, 2:30p.m. p.m. evening srvice. Wedaesdoy, 7 p.m., _ ..... Best wishes for a speedy  prayer meeting. Saturday, 7 p.m., young Ray. Lee Sics, recovery was sent to Pliny Manning. Saturday m paople'smesting. Sabbath School. 1 p.m. Worship Service. Boutwell. He is in Hanover 'J:  Services - 9:30 ...... 2:30 p.m. hospital, where he had just \\;/E[ 9: 0a'm' Vermont undergone hip surgery. c,eng.c.c. IPa, The next meeting will he mldlkued k Rev. John KnigM - Sunday Services IO:4S, Rev. Marion T. Redding. Sunday Worship, 10 April 13, weather permitting. 7IIS , Sunday Services- Sunday School 9,30 a.m. - Child Cam a.m. Church School, go.re. Provided. LZ--m" 9'30 a'm' UNION ,U/, z.:_,.. Brother M. Griffith- Bradford, Vt. Ray..lames Bondraou. Sunday Union Village, Vt. Postar -- Ray. Gary Wait. iw?, 9,00 o.m., Youth Services 10:30 o.m. SundaySchoo19,15o.m. United Servicaz during the winter with All Ages Invited. 111mWl ,Mr lrkml W Er Ckwdz .,, ,,,ng * Mountain Lakes ," Morning Service ]0:30 a.m. Aft ages invil. (continued from page 1) __ Sunday School 9:45 a.m., Morning Worship district clerk, for a term of one ii..,.mKand7 p m ., 11:00 am., Mid-Week Bible Study Thurs., year, and Constance Kelleher qqly.).4Sam?.mPh. wea.., 7:30p.m. ' St.|qne'|allrdl was elected district  "ll--lmd ' Orh, dy dewpalkdpCk, JosFmmd, Pastor, C.s.s.R. Saturday mederator, a one-year term. ir "" SaLBcadfard'Mass,Vt'5:15Fthorp.m.JamSsun. Mass.,Cammn9:00C's's'R'and o.m.Night Mass- 7:00 p.m. Sunday Mess. - 9:30 WEDDING PLANS-- Jane The gross annual budget for :   11:000.m. lrnglU.C..C.------ Mauchley will be married Mountain Lakes is $94,517.00, - _ with $85,090.26 to be raised in i "---- tlk'nffot Wefts R,ver,' -' W. Ray. Artry, ,md on June 5 to Paul Hosing tax revenues. FktCqrqlMbmICImk Service - 10:30 a.m. Child care provided. Ik Stephen J. Paimr, pastor. nday School, Sunday School- 9 a.m. Lay of Mission Viejo, Calif. The District Meeting began Secvk11:00 9:45 a.m. Mor Worship, 11. Evening Rt ""zg*OOa.m.,ChildCare ,rrvica, 7. -NBqllUlIT A 1978 graduate of with a slide show on the --L-m__-L IOwklkngralllimlClkU.C.C. bv.gmqlU'C'C'joseph , Prater. Sunday Plymouth Area High history of the ski area , prepared by Joel Godston, cd . WhOa, Pastar. SndW Werp Sks 0:4S ,.m., Church Sch - 0,4S School, Mr. Loy will followed by the presentation of 4 "-':'$ | H:00 o,m., Stmday SChool 9:45 a.m., Pot a... - a.m.,Sund Luck & V,spers Thury, 6:00 p.m. Cho graduate from Cornell in a plaque to William Hall, reheorsol, Thorsdays, 7:30,.m. w]rlquma May, a major in computer mountain maintenance wt  Ceqnsti Cd " rams pastor, orda, Cook, Sy sod, 9as science. Miss Mauchley is manager. The plaque was I. St. Merflm's Ctmlmi [lldesep given in recognition of Hall's i]'kk L. 7W/BIIIII 10:00 HC a.m., Worship ric, 10:30 a.m.; Prier completing her freshman work to make the municipal The Rev. Wiliom Atldnson. Sunday Service, Service (Sun.), 7,00 p.m.; Tues. Ladies Bible ['m, ]0a.,. a.m. first, third and fifth. Svndays mdMP, r,oland forth$ndoyL Study, 10,00 a.m.; lowship Ni (Wed.), year at Ithaca College. ski area a success. 7:00 p.m. L . t  VERMONT STATE POLICE RF00ORT 0)._ Police say  SUbjects stole a "k':ld beenpo laicl out 'i .  the Quinnibeck aetford by their ;[try Willis Estes of  referring to the .eny.,, t ease of "grand Police say an ts driven by Kelley, 29, of according to injuries were a result of the car, a 1974 moderate at the time ," and gh'ed Police incident were reported in an article appearing in last week's Journal Opinion. According to reports from police and other sources, the incident resulted from a "altercation" near the home of Henry St. Martin, on the Brook Road. The altercation allegedly took place between St. Martin and Robert Holly, 25, and Charles Plante Jr., 21, both of Bradford. According to police, at least one shot was fired in the in- cident and one person, Charles Plante, was injured. Police say that injury was not caused by the shot that was fired. No arrests have been reported as a result of the incident. Unlawful Mischief WELLS RIVER-- Police are investigating an incident in which vandals reportedly vandalized the interiors of a number of new vehicles in the lot of a Wells River car dealer. According to police, the incident occurred in the parking lot of H. O. Taylor Chevrolet Inc., in the center of the village. reported Police say the incident off. of the happened on the evening of radford on March 15 and "several cars" ,.m. were reported vandalized. the DLICE REPORT LL Peoples A Wnodsville .party, it was ,ville, reported reported on March 22, was the  tvo bad checks victim of a telephone )thi had been harrassment. ,  by the same Lola I. Kirby, 31, Wood- :" sville, was charged with .- crnentStore N noninspection of a motor yrted on irch vehicle on March 20. v_. had checks had Gary R. Powers, Wood- 'efrorn two dff- sville filed a complaint on ka" rne amounts of March 20 of theft of mail from are $118.40 and his mailbox. Michael A. Perkins, 27, S. Cote, 70, N. Ryegate, was charged on charged on March 18 with operating a With reckless motor vehicle without a valid vehicle, license, and operating a motor 22, vehicle without a valid March registration. appear in David W. Cook, 24, Wood- charge sville, was charged March7 was a motor with failure to report his ndy changed address to the motor ORAL HISTORY WORKSHOP-- The Plermont Historical Society members attended an oral history workshop in Plymouth on March 29. Members attending from Plermunt were: Agnes Perkins, Florence Robbius, and Vincent Tomes. Not shown, but attending was Arnold Shields. eoro s . oess Kunin says House is stalling on ending utility recoupments MONTPELIER-- Lieutenant would prohibit recoupment, Governor Madeleine M. Kunin which is retroactive collection says she opposes behind the scenes administration efforts to delay House consideration of two key bills designed to help control electricity rate increases. Kunin branded the blue ribbon summer study com- mittee proposed by House Speaker Stephan Morse as, "nothing more than an at- tempt to prevent passage this year." "If these bills were brought before the full Vermont House, they would receive strong support. The time for more studies on these questions is past. I believe we have sufficient information to act this year," she said. The Lieutenant Governor said she supported two bills which would require electrical utilities to look more carefully at out-of-state investments in new generating capacity and eliminate two features of the present rate making process--recoupment and so- called 'pancaking'. She said, "S.220, sponsored of rate increases through surcharges. No other state allows recoupment as it is allowed in Vermont, and its use has been abused in Ver- mont at the expense of the ratepayers. Utilities must plan well enough so that the burden on ratepayers caused by recoupment is not necessary." Pancaking is the term used to describe the technique which utilities have used of amending or altering rate increase requests while they are still pending. Allowing this to happen provides a disin- centive to proper long range planning by utilities, said Kunin. "S.249, as amended on the Senate floor by Senator Thomas Haley, would take the burden off rate payers when a utility makes an unwise in- vestment in an out-of-state generating facility. The bill does not prohibit any in- vestment which a utility company may want to make, but it puts utilities on notice Veal Co., vehicle department, by Senator Mary Skinner, that if they make investments which the Public Service e Oe00r00e o e oe unwise, it will be the stockholders, and not the and Save, ratepayers, who pay for the that over 4 two loss," said Kunin. Kunin added that bills ,edby W.m.. y, March 3 relating to the development of rsom LYME Selectmen, the West River Basin Energy doing ORFORD: Selectmen, 8:30 p.m. Authority should not be fur- This Thursday, April I ther delayed by including case is BRADFORD: OxhewSchoolBoard,7:30p.m. Friday, April2 them in a summer study WOODSVILLE: Haverhill District Court, 2:00 p.m. committee. COM.UNITy HEALTH z4 f, on W-esda . t2 " WUl be cheek" v.. i -', n . rag for ght problrtensen and Monday, April S WOODSVILI.E: Haverhill Selectmen, 7:00p.m. FAIRLEE: Selectmen, 8:00 p.m. N. HAVERHILL: Graften County Commissioners, I0:30 a.m. y, April 6 WOODSVIIA: Precinct Commissioners, 7:00 p.m. GROTON: Selectnum, 7:00 p.m. THETFORD: School Board, 7:30 p.m. WELI RIVER: BMU School Board, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 7 W. FAIRLEE: School Board, 7:20p.m. LYME: Selectmen, 7:30 p.m. ORFORD: Selectmen, 8:00 p,m. INTERESTING FACT The first British monarch to visit the US was George VI, who crossed the border through Canada. He visited the 1939 New York World's Fair, and lunched with President Roosevelt in Washington. .Social Orange East Senior Club meets "k Parker alternative (continued from page 1) proposed formula, the Town of Bradford would receive $456,987 compared to the $247,115that it would normally receive under the present Miller ', formula; Newbury would receive $229,673 as compared to the $158,041 under the old formula; Wells River would receive $91,146 instead of only $51,820--these figures according to Parker. Parker calls the source of revenue in his proposal "discretionary taxes" that would not hurt the average Vermonter as much as a sales tax. Parker said much of the revenue generated by discretionary taxes comes from tourism. TASKER'S WELL We Need I[ I TO BE WED-- Mary Mauchley and her fiance Daniel Asselin will be married on April 3 in Wentworth. Gregoire Plante and Theresa Nutting Theresa uttin00: to OnG,v00 Birthday0000E wed Gre00oire Plante[ B ADFORD--Mr. andMrs. School andisemployedhyher , Dau00,hter00s LeRoy C. Nutting of Upper dad at Town Market in \\;-'/ li Plain, Bradford, announce the Bradford. ng engagement of their daughter, Her fiance, a 1980 graduate Theresa Marie to Gregoire of Oxbow High School, is Joseph Plante, son of Mr. and employed by Shop and Save as f* by Manet Creations Mrs. Charles Arthur Plante manager, of the Dell, in Sr. of Corinth, Vt. Piermont, N.H. Miss Nutting is a 1979 A May wedding is planned. Herbirthstone.. between her parents' birth- graduate of Oxbow High stones, areminder of family love and affection. Once-in-a-lifetime-gift! Sterling Silver... $29.95 Geneologists workshop scheduled The design is patented Also in1 OK and 14K Gold LITTLETON-- The Charter group sheet and to locate other The name is registered Members of the North Country individuals who may be Chapter of the New Hamp- searching for the same an- $. . A shire Society of Genealogists cestors. Personal help on are offering a workshop for procedures and suggestions on gllt Jowolm 54nee 1923 Genealogists and others in- "What to do next" will be terested in their family gladly given. Limited amount Woodsville, N. H. history on Saturday, April 3, of resource material and 1982, at the Littleton Cam- already researched Tel. 7734 munity House from 1 p.m. to 4 genealogies will be on exhibit. p.m. A registration fee will be The purpose of the charged. Workshop and our Society is to The annual meeting of the aid persons in recording their New Hampshire Society of family members on a family Genealogists will be held on Saturday, April 24, 1982, at the Green Mountain New Hampshire Technical Institute in Concord, N.H. Power raises from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. If rates by 14% interested in carpooling from northern New Hampshire, call BURLINGTON-- Green Elly Reeg at 603-444-2001 or Mountain Power Corporation Faith Kent at603-788-2073. today announced that the Future meetings of the Vermont Public Service Board (PSB) has granted North Country Chapter will include field trips, projects GMP an increase of 14.03 and interchange of resources percent over the Company's and data. For information or Tues.-Thurs, L previously authorized rates, membership write to P.O. Box resulting in total allowed 618, Littleton, N.H. 03561: 10-5:30 ', annual revenues of $64,015,000, compared with the $67,826,000  Fri. 10-8 f originally requested. The rate Sat. 10-5 increase request had been SCHOOL DANCE filed in May 1981. RECITAL As part of the order, the MONROE-- 'A Monroe board denied GMP all Elementary School Dance retroactive recoupment, Recital will be held on representing the difference Saturday, April 3 at the between amounts billed to Monroe Town Hall beginning . customers and the higher at7:00p.m. All are welcome. revenue level authorized by the order, for the period of July 1981 through February Your Business! 1982 pertaining to this rate increase.  llll # GMP has applied oer PSB 15  t[ for a stay of the tothe and SALE ON LIVINGROOM SETS reconsideration the recoupment issue. If this effort is unsuccessful, 603-942-8173 an appeal will be filed with the 2 pc. Traditional Sofa & Chair w- Tuxedo Arm in Gold by Brent- Supreme Court of Vermont, wood. Reg. $788.00 NOW.., $399 603-942-5581 said McTague, Chairman of 2 pc. Brown Vinyl Sofa & Chair by Collins. 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Pine Arm, Wingedback Soft & Chair w- Rust-Beige-Blue Chocolated or pills, Ex-Lax is "The Overnight Print. aeg. ,m.0o SOW... $599 Wonder." .:--.. COMPLETE STOCK OF LIVINGROOM SETS Take onlp asdtrecte] AT LEAST 15 PER CENT OFF... ,u..,,u., AND CARPET EXIT 1 6, OFF 1-91, |RADFQRO, VERMONT ,e & Visa I II II I I BRADFORD-- The Orange Wells River as president; East Senior Club met at the Winnie Blanchard, Star Orange East Senior Center, Route, Bradford elected Vice Thursday, March 18, at 1:00 President; Lillian Augustine, p.m. of Newbury, was elected The meeting was opened secretary andtreasurer. with prayer and a poem. The Executive Committee Frances Meyette acting as plans to meet on Tuesday at President pro tern, as Marie, 10:30 a.m. in Fran Meyette's the. president, was in Con- office in the Senior Center to necticut visiting her daughter plan committees for the this winter, following year. The following officers were Refreshments were served elected: Frances Meyette of after themeeting. I GRAND UNION SHOPPING PLAZA } I BARRE, VT. !:;:/f#Ax I P Bridal fabrics are available :.7/,fyil I to sew that special ,i:i / E / i \\; [ I gown for your wedding orprom.//: /}1 Jl HOURS. 9"30A M -5P M / I\\; Eclipse Grange by JUNE M. STOWELL TFORD-- The M mem meeting was can outh because of the weather. Two March 31, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 3 new8 Ray. Edwin Miine. Saturday Eve Mass, 6:30 School 10:00 a.m. Youth Fellowship Sunday evening. Youth Fellowship Grades 7 through  p.m. Sunday Masses, 8 a.m. and 10 a.m. " - '. ,OyCR. AT' $,. Lwk.', Epk.I Ckmn:k Sunday Servk:e. 9a.m., Woodsviile, N.H. Rev. Frances Potter, Holy r'-10,.m. Communic 1 st, 3rd and 5th Sundays - 11:00 ...... o.m. Morning Prayer, 2nd and 4th, Sundays - 11:00a.m. Sunday School, 9:45 11 a.m. Evening - Prayer Meeting Ckrdl ef the Nmmrem Rev. Hyseng, Imstor. Sunday. 9:45 o.m., Sunday school. 11 o.m., morning worship. 7 p.m., evening worship. Wedaesday, 7:15 p.m., mld-week service. Un/ted Mef " Sunday Services I I Rev. William L. Shofar, paster. Sunday, 11 Meeting, Wed. 2 a.m., mormngworship; churchschoolforpre- schoni children. Tuesdays, 6:30 a.m., men's t2. All are welcome. NEWlIUIIT Cmllrqefleml U.C.C. Rev. John Hnggarty, Sunday Services - 11 a.m. Church School 10 a.m. Uowbwy 19klo Ckwclt Nowbury, Vt. Rev. Joseph Rindidi. Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Service, I1 a.m. Evening Fellowship, 7:30 p.m. Bible Study, Wed., 7:30 p.m. IffEGAT! CAIINIBI Id Pnmlq'terbe aum Rev, Nrion T. Redding. Sunday Worship, THETFORD-- The March 9 a member of the State Grange canceled, Youth Committee applications for The March 23 meeting was membership were read and Youth Night. referred to a committee. Most of the offices were held There was also several by youth members. The requests for donations to presiding Master was Dexter various State Grange cam- Tilden. mittees and other Distinguished guests were organizations. the State Grange Assistant Wilbert Thurston was in Steward Kim Richardson, charge of the literary State Grange Lady Assistant program. He had Mr. Robert Sue Richard and Linda Wilds, Hunter and two Webelo Scouts as guest speakers. They showed the badges and rib- bons that they earned, and - ....... hrenkfast. Helen Rutherferd is lending a Bible 11:30a.m. Church School, 9a.m. explained the various things  study uro et  home on rsdays from that they had done to earn 9:30-11 a.m.; everyone is welcome, them. They also showed some -- c b--a------ of the wood carvings that they Wo ykhool - i0:00- $OI/lrllT Sev, m.day Aduest CrdD hMb''_. rship - 1 1:00 a.m.- jji, Swvice - 6:30 p.m., Albert E. Parker, pastor. Sunday, 10 a.m., Elder Lee Manning. Worship Serc., made. tmg-b:30p.m Sunday school. 11:00 morning worship. 7 Saturday, 2:30p.m. p.m. evening srvice. Wedaesdoy, 7 p.m., _ ..... Best wishes for a speedy  prayer meeting. Saturday, 7 p.m., young Ray. Lee Sics, recovery was sent to Pliny Manning. Saturday m paople'smesting. Sabbath School. 1 p.m. Worship Service. Boutwell. He is in Hanover 'J:  Services - 9:30 ...... 2:30 p.m. hospital, where he had just \\;/E[ 9: 0a'm' Vermont undergone hip surgery. c,eng.c.c. IPa, The next meeting will he mldlkued k Rev. John KnigM - Sunday Services IO:4S, Rev. Marion T. Redding. Sunday Worship, 10 April 13, weather permitting. 7IIS , Sunday Services- Sunday School 9,30 a.m. - Child Cam a.m. Church School, go.re. Provided. LZ--m" 9'30 a'm' UNION ,U/, z.:_,.. Brother M. Griffith- Bradford, Vt. Ray..lames Bondraou. Sunday Union Village, Vt. Postar -- Ray. Gary Wait. iw?, 9,00 o.m., Youth Services 10:30 o.m. SundaySchoo19,15o.m. United Servicaz during the winter with All Ages Invited. 111mWl ,Mr lrkml W Er Ckwdz .,, ,,,ng * Mountain Lakes ," Morning Service ]0:30 a.m. Aft ages invil. (continued from page 1) __ Sunday School 9:45 a.m., Morning Worship district clerk, for a term of one ii..,.mKand7 p m ., 11:00 am., Mid-Week Bible Study Thurs., year, and Constance Kelleher qqly.).4Sam?.mPh. wea.., 7:30p.m. ' St.|qne'|allrdl was elected district  "ll--lmd ' Orh, dy dewpalkdpCk, JosFmmd, Pastor, C.s.s.R. Saturday mederator, a one-year term. ir "" SaLBcadfard'Mass,Vt'5:15Fthorp.m.JamSsun. Mass.,Cammn9:00C's's'R'and o.m.Night Mass- 7:00 p.m. Sunday Mess. - 9:30 WEDDING PLANS-- Jane The gross annual budget for :   11:000.m. lrnglU.C..C.------ Mauchley will be married Mountain Lakes is $94,517.00, - _ with $85,090.26 to be raised in i "---- tlk'nffot Wefts R,ver,' -' W. Ray. Artry, ,md on June 5 to Paul Hosing tax revenues. FktCqrqlMbmICImk Service - 10:30 a.m. Child care provided. Ik Stephen J. Paimr, pastor. nday School, Sunday School- 9 a.m. Lay of Mission Viejo, Calif. The District Meeting began Secvk11:00 9:45 a.m. Mor Worship, 11. Evening Rt ""zg*OOa.m.,ChildCare ,rrvica, 7. -NBqllUlIT A 1978 graduate of with a slide show on the --L-m__-L IOwklkngralllimlClkU.C.C. bv.gmqlU'C'C'joseph , Prater. Sunday Plymouth Area High history of the ski area , prepared by Joel Godston, cd . WhOa, Pastar. SndW Werp Sks 0:4S ,.m., Church Sch - 0,4S School, Mr. Loy will followed by the presentation of 4 "-':'$ | H:00 o,m., Stmday SChool 9:45 a.m., Pot a... - a.m.,Sund Luck & V,spers Thury, 6:00 p.m. Cho graduate from Cornell in a plaque to William Hall, reheorsol, Thorsdays, 7:30,.m. w]rlquma May, a major in computer mountain maintenance wt  Ceqnsti Cd " rams pastor, orda, Cook, Sy sod, 9as science. Miss Mauchley is manager. The plaque was I. St. Merflm's Ctmlmi [lldesep given in recognition of Hall's i]'kk L. 7W/BIIIII 10:00 HC a.m., Worship ric, 10:30 a.m.; Prier completing her freshman work to make the municipal The Rev. Wiliom Atldnson. Sunday Service, Service (Sun.), 7,00 p.m.; Tues. Ladies Bible ['m, ]0a.,. a.m. first, third and fifth. Svndays mdMP, r,oland forth$ndoyL Study, 10,00 a.m.; lowship Ni (Wed.), year at Ithaca College. ski area a success. 7:00 p.m. L . t  VERMONT STATE POLICE RF00ORT 0)._ Police say  SUbjects stole a "k':ld beenpo laicl out 'i .  the Quinnibeck aetford by their ;[try Willis Estes of  referring to the .eny.,, t ease of "grand Police say an ts driven by Kelley, 29, of according to injuries were a result of the car, a 1974 moderate at the time ," and gh'ed Police incident were reported in an article appearing in last week's Journal Opinion. According to reports from police and other sources, the incident resulted from a "altercation" near the home of Henry St. Martin, on the Brook Road. The altercation allegedly took place between St. Martin and Robert Holly, 25, and Charles Plante Jr., 21, both of Bradford. According to police, at least one shot was fired in the in- cident and one person, Charles Plante, was injured. Police say that injury was not caused by the shot that was fired. No arrests have been reported as a result of the incident. Unlawful Mischief WELLS RIVER-- Police are investigating an incident in which vandals reportedly vandalized the interiors of a number of new vehicles in the lot of a Wells River car dealer. According to police, the incident occurred in the parking lot of H. O. Taylor Chevrolet Inc., in the center of the village. reported Police say the incident off. of the happened on the evening of radford on March 15 and "several cars" ,.m. were reported vandalized. the DLICE REPORT LL Peoples A Wnodsville .party, it was ,ville, reported reported on March 22, was the  tvo bad checks victim of a telephone )thi had been harrassment. ,  by the same Lola I. Kirby, 31, Wood- :" sville, was charged with .- crnentStore N noninspection of a motor yrted on irch vehicle on March 20. v_. had checks had Gary R. Powers, Wood- 'efrorn two dff- sville filed a complaint on ka" rne amounts of March 20 of theft of mail from are $118.40 and his mailbox. Michael A. Perkins, 27, S. Cote, 70, N. Ryegate, was charged on charged on March 18 with operating a With reckless motor vehicle without a valid vehicle, license, and operating a motor 22, vehicle without a valid March registration. appear in David W. Cook, 24, Wood- charge sville, was charged March7 was a motor with failure to report his ndy changed address to the motor ORAL HISTORY WORKSHOP-- The Plermont Historical Society members attended an oral history workshop in Plymouth on March 29. Members attending from Plermunt were: Agnes Perkins, Florence Robbius, and Vincent Tomes. Not shown, but attending was Arnold Shields. eoro s . oess Kunin says House is stalling on ending utility recoupments MONTPELIER-- Lieutenant would prohibit recoupment, Governor Madeleine M. Kunin which is retroactive collection says she opposes behind the scenes administration efforts to delay House consideration of two key bills designed to help control electricity rate increases. Kunin branded the blue ribbon summer study com- mittee proposed by House Speaker Stephan Morse as, "nothing more than an at- tempt to prevent passage this year." "If these bills were brought before the full Vermont House, they would receive strong support. The time for more studies on these questions is past. I believe we have sufficient information to act this year," she said. The Lieutenant Governor said she supported two bills which would require electrical utilities to look more carefully at out-of-state investments in new generating capacity and eliminate two features of the present rate making process--recoupment and so- called 'pancaking'. She said, "S.220, sponsored of rate increases through surcharges. No other state allows recoupment as it is allowed in Vermont, and its use has been abused in Ver- mont at the expense of the ratepayers. Utilities must plan well enough so that the burden on ratepayers caused by recoupment is not necessary." Pancaking is the term used to describe the technique which utilities have used of amending or altering rate increase requests while they are still pending. Allowing this to happen provides a disin- centive to proper long range planning by utilities, said Kunin. "S.249, as amended on the Senate floor by Senator Thomas Haley, would take the burden off rate payers when a utility makes an unwise in- vestment in an out-of-state generating facility. The bill does not prohibit any in- vestment which a utility company may want to make, but it puts utilities on notice Veal Co., vehicle department, by Senator Mary Skinner, that if they make investments which the Public Service e Oe00r00e o e oe unwise, it will be the stockholders, and not the and Save, ratepayers, who pay for the that over 4 two loss," said Kunin. Kunin added that bills ,edby W.m.. y, March 3 relating to the development of rsom LYME Selectmen, the West River Basin Energy doing ORFORD: Selectmen, 8:30 p.m. Authority should not be fur- This Thursday, April I ther delayed by including case is BRADFORD: OxhewSchoolBoard,7:30p.m. Friday, April2 them in a summer study WOODSVILLE: Haverhill District Court, 2:00 p.m. committee. COM.UNITy HEALTH z4 f, on W-esda . t2 " WUl be cheek" v.. i -', n . rag for ght problrtensen and Monday, April S WOODSVILI.E: Haverhill Selectmen, 7:00p.m. FAIRLEE: Selectmen, 8:00 p.m. N. HAVERHILL: Graften County Commissioners, I0:30 a.m. y, April 6 WOODSVIIA: Precinct Commissioners, 7:00 p.m. GROTON: Selectnum, 7:00 p.m. THETFORD: School Board, 7:30 p.m. WELI RIVER: BMU School Board, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 7 W. FAIRLEE: School Board, 7:20p.m. LYME: Selectmen, 7:30 p.m. ORFORD: Selectmen, 8:00 p,m. INTERESTING FACT The first British monarch to visit the US was George VI, who crossed the border through Canada. He visited the 1939 New York World's Fair, and lunched with President Roosevelt in Washington. .Social Orange East Senior Club meets "k Parker alternative (continued from page 1) proposed formula, the Town of Bradford would receive $456,987 compared to the $247,115that it would normally receive under the present Miller ', formula; Newbury would receive $229,673 as compared to the $158,041 under the old formula; Wells River would receive $91,146 instead of only $51,820--these figures according to Parker. Parker calls the source of revenue in his proposal "discretionary taxes" that would not hurt the average Vermonter as much as a sales tax. Parker said much of the revenue generated by discretionary taxes comes from tourism. TASKER'S WELL We Need I[ I TO BE WED-- Mary Mauchley and her fiance Daniel Asselin will be married on April 3 in Wentworth. Gregoire Plante and Theresa Nutting Theresa uttin00: to OnG,v00 Birthday0000E wed Gre00oire Plante[ B ADFORD--Mr. andMrs. School andisemployedhyher , Dau00,hter00s LeRoy C. Nutting of Upper dad at Town Market in \\;-'/ li Plain, Bradford, announce the Bradford. ng engagement of their daughter, Her fiance, a 1980 graduate Theresa Marie to Gregoire of Oxbow High School, is Joseph Plante, son of Mr. and employed by Shop and Save as f* by Manet Creations Mrs. Charles Arthur Plante manager, of the Dell, in Sr. of Corinth, Vt. Piermont, N.H. Miss Nutting is a 1979 A May wedding is planned. Herbirthstone.. between her parents' birth- graduate of Oxbow High stones, areminder of family love and affection. Once-in-a-lifetime-gift! Sterling Silver... $29.95 Geneologists workshop scheduled The design is patented Also in1 OK and 14K Gold LITTLETON-- The Charter group sheet and to locate other The name is registered Members of the North Country individuals who may be Chapter of the New Hamp- searching for the same an- $. . A shire Society of Genealogists cestors. Personal help on are offering a workshop for procedures and suggestions on gllt Jowolm 54nee 1923 Genealogists and others in- "What to do next" will be terested in their family gladly given. Limited amount Woodsville, N. H. history on Saturday, April 3, of resource material and 1982, at the Littleton Cam- already researched Tel. 7734 munity House from 1 p.m. to 4 genealogies will be on exhibit. p.m. A registration fee will be The purpose of the charged. Workshop and our Society is to The annual meeting of the aid persons in recording their New Hampshire Society of family members on a family Genealogists will be held on Saturday, April 24, 1982, at the Green Mountain New Hampshire Technical Institute in Concord, N.H. Power raises from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. If rates by 14% interested in carpooling from northern New Hampshire, call BURLINGTON-- Green Elly Reeg at 603-444-2001 or Mountain Power Corporation Faith Kent at603-788-2073. today announced that the Future meetings of the Vermont Public Service Board (PSB) has granted North Country Chapter will include field trips, projects GMP an increase of 14.03 and interchange of resources percent over the Company's and data. For information or Tues.-Thurs, L previously authorized rates, membership write to P.O. Box resulting in total allowed 618, Littleton, N.H. 03561: 10-5:30 ', annual revenues of $64,015,000, compared with the $67,826,000  Fri. 10-8 f originally requested. 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