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) April 8. 198t-The Journal Opinion-Page 3 VACD is helping towns with sere problems ,p ELIER--Seventy-five fnrcement mechanisms to Vern|ont Association of established 40 years ago to hired an assistant toworkwith t sewage Conservationl)istricts. serve conservation needs towns. She will be contactmg of all Vermont towns, control on-site the of 190, do not have disposal, according to a Conservation Districts are of landowners, towns interested in adopting Le ',ulations or en- preliminary report of the special slatus municipalities The um3er Valleys first and only automotive supermarket. Ill of the Good Guysl'" Bank rate up to 48 months to Day PAID FOR LATE MODEL USED CARS AND PICKUPS Over 36 years of dependable service. CLIFFORD'S GARAGE, INC. DODGE CiTY ITOPTRADE IN 1 Route 14, W. Hartford, Vt. g in i )kini , St acilit BraUl Lese: - 4 ()tie of them, the White River District, became concerned about sewage disposal problems. Towns that had failed to insure that in- dividuals installed good working septic systems were beginning to experience severe health and water pollution problems. In some cases it was too late for on-site control, and expensive sewage treatment plants had to be built. The White River District developed the On-Site Sewage Program in response to the problem. It hired technicians who helped towns to ad- minister ordinances by evaluating building sites, designing septic systems, and over-seeing construction and installation of the systems. The seven-year-old program is now operating in 50 Ver- mont towns in six Con- servation Districts and is run by the Vermont Association of Conservation Districts. In January. the VACD obtained federal funds and or revising on-site disl)sal ordinances or wanting help in administering the ordinances they already have. She has spent the first month deter- mining which towns are controlling sewage disposal and which may need help. Results have been startling. The list still needs refinement but information gathered thus far indicates that about 75 per cent of the towns in Vermont are not controlling on-site disposal. Some towns adopted regulations years ago and never tried to enforce them, some have weak regulations that do little to control the problem, and some adopted temporary regulations that were never renewed. Others have never adopted or- dinances. The VACD eonsultant will begin working towns im- mediately. For further in- formation contact Anne Winchester, On-Site Sewage Program, Drawer B, Mont- pelter, Vermont 05602. Phone 299-0371. Thetford, thget a 50% break on e toll calls you mal,_e. -Good news for one- and two-party Thetford customers whose phone numbers begin with .785. If you make frequent toll calls to any of the towns listed below, or if you'd like to make more calls than you do now, there's a calling plan that can save you money. It's called Selective Calling Service, and it saves you 50% on toll calls you dial yourself weekdays (except between 9 a. m. and 12 noon), all day Saturday and Sunday, and certain holidays. And that 50% discount applies late at night, too, when rates are already at their lowest. To qualify for discounted toll charges, you pay a set monthly rate for every exchange you choose.., and you can choose as many as 10 from this list. WHAT YOU WILL NEED: "ange Monthly Rates hel (234) $1.80 flford(222) i. 15 9h00a 1.80 East Corinth (439) 1.40 Hartland (436) 1.80 ebury (866) 1.80 e'" Oyalton (763) 1.40 )' .trafford (765) .85 ,1 nbridge (889) 1.40 aeg  st Newbury (429) 1.80 t"  bite Riverdunction (295) 1.15 ... h :)odstock (457) 1.80 S ....... o don t hesitate to make those toll calls... oame_Se, lectiveCalling Service, you'll save 50% ,cn one. Take a minute to choose the e: :han e ' cl ,^c g, s you dhke to call most often. Then, .oK art the boxes (up to 10) next to these oXhanges and send in the coupon below. Do it .. uay. .' and get a 50% break on the toll calls YOU make. There is a one-time service order charge to add Selective Calling Service to your present phone service. IP I I I can choose as many as 10 exchanges from the list. [[]Please call me. I'd like more information on selective Calling Service. Send to: New England Telephone 66 Main St. Keene, NH 03431 a ball a pair of household scissors coupon IImmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm It]YES! I want to get a 50% break on the toll calls I make! Name_ Address. City __ State Zip_ Exchange [] Bethel (234) [] Bradford (222) [] Chelsea (685) [] East Corinth (439) [] Hartland (436) [] Newbury (866) [] So. Royalton (763) [] So. Stratford (765) [] Tunbridge (889) [] West Newbury (429) [] White River Junction (295) [] Woodstock (457) MontMy Rates $1.80 1.15 1.80 1.40 1.80 1.80 1.40 .85 1.40 1.80 1.15 1.80 Telephone Best time to reach me is Please complete all information on this coupon so we between and can contact you to confirm your order, m Please call me at this number (it differe above) IImmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm instructions: fill out coupon, and cut along dotted lines. I I I New England Telephone Merriu O. Davis dies; was born in Bradford BRADFORD--Merritt O. Davis, 79 of tfigh Street, Bradford, died March 30 at the Central Vermont Hospital in Berlin. He was born in Bradford Oct. 23, 1901, the son of Frt L. and Laura (Dickey) Davis. Most of his lifetime was spent m Bradford except for a few of his young years when he lived in Milford, Mass. He worked for the Farmers Exchange Store and Ides Grist Mill in Bradford before joining his father as a painter in 1934. tie later took over the business from his father and continued to operate it for many years until his retirement. On Nov. 3, 1923 in Bradford, he married Ruth Strong who survives, lie had one daughter, Lueille Assant Turner who died Feb. 10, 1977, and also one sister, Olive Wakefield, also deceased. tie is survived by his wife, Ruth Strong Davis of Brad- lord, seven granddaughters, 5 great grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. ()ne grandson also predeceased him. tte was a member of the United Methodist Church, the ltistorical Society, and a member of Charity Lodge No. 43 F. & A.M., Mt. Lebanon Chapter, No. 13 R.A.M. and a member of the Bradford Fire I)epartment for over 40 years. Funeral services were held April 1 at Bradford United Methodist Church with Rev. James Boudreau officiating. Masonic services were also held at this time. Entombment will take place in the Sawyer tomb, Bradford, pending spring burial in the Upper Plain Cemetery, Bradford. Contributions in his memory may be made to the VI. tteart Assn. and Vt. Lung Assn. The Hale Funeral Home Bradford, Vermont is in charge of arrangements. Theda Page Brigham dies after lengthy illness BENTON--Mrs. Theda Page held May 22 at ll:00 a.m. at Brigham, age 74, died April 3 the Number 6 cemetery, in E. at the Cottage Hospital in Haverhill. Woodsvilleaftera long illness. Memorial contributions She was born in Benton, the may be made in her memory daughter of Ernest and to the New Hampshire Delcina (Wetherbee) Page, Historical Society, Park St., January 17, 1907. Concord, N.H. 03301, c-o Mr. She is Survived by one John Page. The Ricker daughter, Miss Nancy Funeral Home, Birch Lane, Brigham of Philadelphia, Pa. Woodsville is in charge of Graveside services will be arrangements. Oblmmtet i ,;o . i Sadie B. Mann dies; lived in Woodsville WOODSVILLE--Sadie B. grandchildren, seven great- Mann, 92, died Thursday in grandchildren; several nieces Lanham, Md., after a long and nephews. illness. The funeral was held at St. She was born in Charleston, Luke's Episcopal Church, Vt., and resided in Woodsville with the Rev. William for many years. Mrs. Mann Krogstad officiating. Inter- was a member of the senior sent followed in Pine Grove citizens of Woodsvine and was Cemetery, Woodsville. an active member of St. The Rieker Funeral Home Luke's Episcopal Church, in Woodsville was in charge of Woodsville. the arrangements. Con- Members of her family tributions may be made to St. include two sons, George E Luke's Church, in care of T. Mann of Bowie, Md., and Borden Walker, Dartmouth Henry C. Mann of Herdon, College Highway, WoodsviUe, Va.; a sister, Blanche Brown NH. 03785. of Canoga Park, Calif.; six Christ. IS comln.g again! We believe: "In the personal and premillennial and imminent coming of our Lord ]esus Christ and that this 'Blessed N Hampshire uth Hope' has a vital bearing on the personal ew yo life and service of the believer " govenor is elect00:00! ou will finds group of believers who are eagerly awaiting His coming at: CONCORD--Three hundred that will take placein Concord student legislators from the weekend of April 10-11. At Bradford Ee|Jcl Free ur across New Hampshire this time, Student legislators . " gathered at the State House in will have an opportunity to Worship Service ll :00 ROUTE5 Sunday Schooi 9:45 I Concord March 26 to elect propose their own bills and LOWER PLAIN "I .--t Bill Wick, M. Dlv., Pastor r .j individuaistoserveasofficers experience democracy at x ._ in the 20th New Hampshire work. ","1 (802) 222-9021 State YMCA Youth and Government Program. Barbara Macleod was elected 1981 youth governor. James O'Neil, former Speaker of the New Hamp- shire House and Chairman of the State YMCA Youth and Government Committee .... weleomed the delegates to the 1981 program. II i!!! I! '" )/,i, '  BARBARA MCLEOD 1981 New Hampshire Youth Governor. The ceremonies continued with a welcoming address from Michael C. Hanson of Laconia, New Hampshire Representative and Chairman of the House Appropriations Committee. Robert Strine, New Hampshire State YMCA Executive introduced students who ran for the position of 1981 Youth Governor with William Gardner, Secretary of State, meeting with the Youth Governor's Council later in the afternoon. The major purpose of any Pre-Legislative Training session is to provide students an opportunity to review procedures for the annual program in addition to elec- ting individuals to serve as current officers. One final phase remains in this year's Youth and Government program -- a two-day Model Legislature Cancer Crusade set in Wentworth WENTWoRTH--The house- to-house campaign for the Cancer Crusade will start on April 13, Chairman Marcella Hoffman announced. Business and professional groups will also be contacted. People wishing to make memorial contributions are invited to do so at this time. Acknowledgements will be sent to the family of each memorial and a tax deductible receipt to the donor. Questions can be directed to 764-5795, Miss Ursula Kennedy. This year's watch word is "You are the Key." Wentworth has some 345 keys -- it's voters. If we each gave one dollar, the town would be over the hoped for goal of $200. Can anyone ignore an appeal for Cancer help? reversible frort-wrap skirt solid kettlecloth to colico you'll love the green, tan, blue, red kettlecloth that reverse to bright 'calico prints. Sizes s-m-I. Compare to $28 to $32. save our regular $49 to $59 spring blazers fully lined sle $39 to $49 Choose fresh navy linen, khaki, white, or navy "chino" or soft corduroy in navy or camel All tailored in sizes 8to 18 &5 to 15. \\; save $3 t0 $4 "Designer" luxulon and antron cowl, turtle, and mock turtle tops. sale $11 b $14 reg. $t4 to $18 super "designer" quality in your favorite top. Sizes s-m-I for the missie, zip- back neck. Dozens of colors. save $10 to $14 "tano" genuine leather handbags in eight great styles for spring. sale $28 to $35 reg. $38 to $49 quality handbags in dozens, styles with straps and pockets and zips snaps. Color choice, even white. price cut 54% 6{1 outstanding VALUE! quality "A.A.U." sport shoes in four styles & four color combinations sale s 13 Chool 4 sty: race L trcfirmL runmr oil port. Chooa from royal blu*, light blue, bg*. yellow, mright trim combat. * performance weight .. leathetlight qual/ty I nylon =nd su,,d loather shock oblrbent inhs and hei "A.A,U/' pdormance proved Lode/Miss 'izes $ to I0 Main St., BRADFORD, VT. Phone 222-9012 Open Daily 9 to 5 Fri. Nites 'til 8 p.m. ) April 8. 198t-The Journal Opinion-Page 3 VACD is helping towns with sere problems ,p ELIER--Seventy-five fnrcement mechanisms to Vern|ont Association of established 40 years ago to hired an assistant toworkwith t sewage Conservationl)istricts. serve conservation needs towns. She will be contactmg of all Vermont towns, control on-site the of 190, do not have disposal, according to a Conservation Districts are of landowners, towns interested in adopting Le ',ulations or en- preliminary report of the special slatus municipalities The um3er Valleys first and only automotive supermarket. Ill of the Good Guysl'" Bank rate up to 48 months to Day PAID FOR LATE MODEL USED CARS AND PICKUPS Over 36 years of dependable service. CLIFFORD'S GARAGE, INC. DODGE CiTY ITOPTRADE IN 1 Route 14, W. Hartford, Vt. g in i )kini , St acilit BraUl Lese: - 4 ()tie of them, the White River District, became concerned about sewage disposal problems. Towns that had failed to insure that in- dividuals installed good working septic systems were beginning to experience severe health and water pollution problems. In some cases it was too late for on-site control, and expensive sewage treatment plants had to be built. The White River District developed the On-Site Sewage Program in response to the problem. It hired technicians who helped towns to ad- minister ordinances by evaluating building sites, designing septic systems, and over-seeing construction and installation of the systems. The seven-year-old program is now operating in 50 Ver- mont towns in six Con- servation Districts and is run by the Vermont Association of Conservation Districts. In January. the VACD obtained federal funds and or revising on-site disl)sal ordinances or wanting help in administering the ordinances they already have. She has spent the first month deter- mining which towns are controlling sewage disposal and which may need help. Results have been startling. The list still needs refinement but information gathered thus far indicates that about 75 per cent of the towns in Vermont are not controlling on-site disposal. Some towns adopted regulations years ago and never tried to enforce them, some have weak regulations that do little to control the problem, and some adopted temporary regulations that were never renewed. Others have never adopted or- dinances. The VACD eonsultant will begin working towns im- mediately. For further in- formation contact Anne Winchester, On-Site Sewage Program, Drawer B, Mont- pelter, Vermont 05602. Phone 299-0371. Thetford, thget a 50% break on e toll calls you mal,_e. -Good news for one- and two-party Thetford customers whose phone numbers begin with .785. If you make frequent toll calls to any of the towns listed below, or if you'd like to make more calls than you do now, there's a calling plan that can save you money. It's called Selective Calling Service, and it saves you 50% on toll calls you dial yourself weekdays (except between 9 a. m. and 12 noon), all day Saturday and Sunday, and certain holidays. And that 50% discount applies late at night, too, when rates are already at their lowest. To qualify for discounted toll charges, you pay a set monthly rate for every exchange you choose.., and you can choose as many as 10 from this list. WHAT YOU WILL NEED: "ange Monthly Rates hel (234) $1.80 flford(222) i. 15 9h00a 1.80 East Corinth (439) 1.40 Hartland (436) 1.80 ebury (866) 1.80 e'" Oyalton (763) 1.40 ' .trafford (765) .85 ,1 nbridge (889) 1.40 aeg  st Newbury (429) 1.80 t"  bite Riverdunction (295) 1.15 ... h :)odstock (457) 1.80 S ....... o don t hesitate to make those toll calls... oame_Se, lectiveCalling Service, you'll save 50% ,cn one. Take a minute to choose the e: :han e ' cl ,^c g, s you dhke to call most often. Then, .oK art the boxes (up to 10) next to these oXhanges and send in the coupon below. Do it .. uay. .' and get a 50% break on the toll calls YOU make. There is a one-time service order charge to add Selective Calling Service to your present phone service. IP I I I can choose as many as 10 exchanges from the list. [[]Please call me. I'd like more information on selective Calling Service. Send to: New England Telephone 66 Main St. Keene, NH 03431 a ball a pair of household scissors coupon IImmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm [[]YES! I want to get a 50% break on the toll calls I make! Name_ Address. City __ State Zip_ Exchange [] Bethel (234) [] Bradford (222) [] Chelsea (685) [] East Corinth (439) [] Hartland (436) [] Newbury (866) [] So. Royalton (763) [] So. Stratford (765) [] Tunbridge (889) [] West Newbury (429) [] White River Junction (295) [] Woodstock (457) MontMy Rates $1.80 1.15 1.80 1.40 1.80 1.80 1.40 .85 1.40 1.80 1.15 1.80 Telephone Best time to reach me is Please complete all information on this coupon so we between and can contact you to confirm your order, m Please call me at this number (it differe above) IImmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm instructions: fill out coupon, and cut along dotted lines. I I I New England Telephone Merriu O. Davis dies; was born in Bradford BRADFORD--Merritt O. Davis, 79 of tfigh Street, Bradford, died March 30 at the Central Vermont Hospital in Berlin. He was born in Bradford Oct. 23, 1901, the son of Frt L. and Laura (Dickey) Davis. Most of his lifetime was spent m Bradford except for a few of his young years when he lived in Milford, Mass. He worked for the Farmers Exchange Store and Ides Grist Mill in Bradford before joining his father as a painter in 1934. tie later took over the business from his father and continued to operate it for many years until his retirement. On Nov. 3, 1923 in Bradford, he married Ruth Strong who survives, lie had one daughter, Lueille Assant Turner who died Feb. 10, 1977, and also one sister, Olive Wakefield, also deceased. tie is survived by his wife, Ruth Strong Davis of Brad- lord, seven granddaughters, 5 great grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. ()ne grandson also predeceased him. tte was a member of the United Methodist Church, the ltistorical Society, and a member of Charity Lodge No. 43 F. & A.M., Mt. Lebanon Chapter, No. 13 R.A.M. and a member of the Bradford Fire I)epartment for over 40 years. Funeral services were held April 1 at Bradford United Methodist Church with Rev. James Boudreau officiating. Masonic services were also held at this time. Entombment will take place in the Sawyer tomb, Bradford, pending spring burial in the Upper Plain Cemetery, Bradford. Contributions in his memory may be made to the VI. tteart Assn. and Vt. Lung Assn. The Hale Funeral Home Bradford, Vermont is in charge of arrangements. Theda Page Brigham dies after lengthy illness BENTON--Mrs. Theda Page held May 22 at ll:00 a.m. at Brigham, age 74, died April 3 the Number 6 cemetery, in E. at the Cottage Hospital in Haverhill. Woodsvilleaftera long illness. Memorial contributions She was born in Benton, the may be made in her memory daughter of Ernest and to the New Hampshire Delcina (Wetherbee) Page, Historical Society, Park St., January 17, 1907. Concord, N.H. 03301, c-o Mr. She is Survived by one John Page. The Ricker daughter, Miss Nancy Funeral Home, Birch Lane, Brigham of Philadelphia, Pa. Woodsville is in charge of Graveside services will be arrangements. Oblmmtet i ,;o . i Sadie B. Mann dies; lived in Woodsville WOODSVILLE--Sadie B. grandchildren, seven great- Mann, 92, died Thursday in grandchildren; several nieces Lanham, Md., after a long and nephews. illness. The funeral was held at St. She was born in Charleston, Luke's Episcopal Church, Vt., and resided in Woodsville with the Rev. William for many years. Mrs. Mann Krogstad officiating. Inter- was a member of the senior sent followed in Pine Grove citizens of Woodsvine and was Cemetery, Woodsville. an active member of St. The Rieker Funeral Home Luke's Episcopal Church, in Woodsville was in charge of Woodsville. the arrangements. Con- Members of her family tributions may be made to St. include two sons, George E Luke's Church, in care of T. Mann of Bowie, Md., and Borden Walker, Dartmouth Henry C. Mann of Herdon, College Highway, WoodsviUe, Va.; a sister, Blanche Brown NH. 03785. of Canoga Park, Calif.; six Christ. IS comln.g again! We believe: "In the personal and premillennial and imminent coming of our Lord ]esus Christ and that this 'Blessed N Hampshire uth Hope' has a vital bearing on the personal ew yo life and service of the believer " govenor is elect00:00! ou will finds group of believers who are eagerly awaiting His coming at: CONCORD--Three hundred that will take placein Concord student legislators from the weekend of April 10-11. At Bradford Ee|Jcl Free ur across New Hampshire this time, Student legislators . " gathered at the State House in will have an opportunity to Worship Service ll :00 ROUTE5 Sunday Schooi 9:45 I Concord March 26 to elect propose their own bills and LOWER PLAIN "I .-I Bill Wick, M. Dlv., Pastor r  individuaistoserveasofficers experience democracy at x ._ in the 20th New Hampshire work. ","1 (802) 222-9021 State YMCA Youth and Government Program. Barbara Macleod was elected 1981 youth governor. James O'Neil, former Speaker of the New Hamp- shire House and Chairman of the State YMCA Youth and Government Committee .... weleomed the delegates to the 1981 program. II i!!! I! '" )/,i, '  BARBARA MCLEOD 1981 New Hampshire Youth Governor. The ceremonies continued with a welcoming address from Michael C. Hanson of Laconia, New Hampshire Representative and Chairman of the House Appropriations Committee. Robert Strine, New Hampshire State YMCA Executive introduced students who ran for the position of 1981 Youth Governor with William Gardner, Secretary of State, meeting with the Youth Governor's Council later in the afternoon. The major purpose of any Pre-Legislative Training session is to provide students an opportunity to review procedures for the annual program in addition to elec- ting individuals to serve as current officers. One final phase remains in this year's Youth and Government program -- a two-day Model Legislature Cancer Crusade set in Wentworth WENTWoRTH--The house- to-house campaign for the Cancer Crusade will start on April 13, Chairman Marcella Hoffman announced. Business and professional groups will also be contacted. People wishing to make memorial contributions are invited to do so at this time. Acknowledgements will be sent to the family of each memorial and a tax deductible receipt to the donor. Questions can be directed to 764-5795, Miss Ursula Kennedy. This year's watch word is "You are the Key." Wentworth has some 345 keys -- it's voters. If we each gave one dollar, the town would be over the hoped for goal of $200. Can anyone ignore an appeal for Cancer help? reversible frort-wrap skirt solid kettlecloth to colico you'll love the green, tan, blue, red kettlecloth that reverse to bright 'calico prints. Sizes s-m-I. Compare to $28 to $32. save our regular $49 to $59 spring blazers fully lined sle $39 to $49 Choose fresh navy linen, khaki, white, or navy "chino" or soft corduroy in navy or camel All tailored in sizes 8to 18 &5 to 15. \\; save $3 t0 $4 "Designer" luxulon and antron cowl, turtle, and mock turtle tops. sale $11 b $14 reg. $t4 to $18 super "designer" quality in your favorite top. Sizes s-m-I for the missie, zip- back neck. Dozens of colors. save $10 to $14 "tano" genuine leather handbags in eight great styles for pring. sale $28 to $35 reg. $38 to $49 quality handbags in dozens, styles with straps and pockets and zips snaps. Color choice, even white. price cut 54% 6{1 outstanding VALUE! quality "A.A.U." sport shoes in four styles & four color combinations sale s 13 Chool 4 st)de: race L trcfirmL runmr oil port. Chooa from royal blu*, light blue, bg*. yellow, mright trim combat. * performance weight .. leathetlight qual/y I nylon =nd su,,d loather shock oblrbent insohs and hei "A.A,U/' pdormane proved Lode/Miss 'izes $ to I0 Main St., BRADFORD, VT. Phone 222-9012 Open Daily 9 to 5 Fri. Nites 'til 8 p.m.