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April 8, ! 98 l-The J ourna i Opinion-Pa ge 5 NOTICE OF PROPOSED ACQUISITIONS OF BANK ASSETS AND ASSUMPTION OF LIABILITIES Notice is hereby given that the Wells River Savings Bank, Wells River, Vermont, has made application to the Federal Deposit Insurance Cor- poration, Washington, D. C. 20429, for its written consent to acquire the assets of and assume liability to pay deposits made in the National Bank of Newbury, Wells River, Vermont. This notice is published pursuant to Section 18(c) of the Federal Deposit Insurance Act. Any person wishing to comment on this application may file his comments in writing with the Regional Director of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation at its Regional Office, 60 State St., 17th Floor, Boston, Mass. 02109. If any person desires to protest the granting of this application, he has a right to do so if he files a written notice of his intent with the Regional Director by April 17, 1981. The nonconfidential portions of the application are on file in the Regional Office as part of the public file maintained by the Corporation. This file is available for public inspection during regular business hours. March 1,1981 Wells River Savings Bank Wells River, Vermont National Bank of Newbury Wells River, Vermont I II WELI,S RIVEH: Senior citizens&apos; luncheon, United Church of Christ vestry, serving at noon. Reservations: 757-2206. tlAVEI{tllI,I,: ttaverhill Library Assn. presents slide and cassette show on Voyager-Saturn mission, 7 p.m. Friday, April 10 BI{AI)FORI): Senior citizens' luncheon, Oxbow Vocational Center, serving at 11:45 a.m Reservations requested: (802) 222-4782. Monday, April 13 II.ADFORI): Valley Co-op Pro-School meeting, library classroom, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 14 FAIRLEE: Fairlee tlistorical Society, Fairlee Town Hall, program "Reminiscences of an Auctioneer," 7:30 p.m. BRADFORD: Oxbow Athletic Boosters Club meeting, Oxbow ttigh School faculty room, 7:30 p.m. BRAI)FORI): Senior citizens" luncheon, Oxbow Vocational Center, serving at 11:45 a.m. Reservations requested: (802) 222-4782. Wednesday, April 15 WELLS RIVER: Senior citizens' luncheon, United Church of Christ vestry, serving at noon. Reservations: 757-2206. BRAt)FORD: Community llealth Services, Inc., town nurse will be checking hypertension, weight and anemia, Bradford Senior Center, 9 a.m.-12 p.m. NEWBURY: Health Services, Inc., town nurse will be checking hypertension, anemia and weight, Bailey Memorial Club, 1-4 p.m. Thursday, April 16 HARTFORI): Workshop on "What's Wrong With Flood Plain Management," tlartford High School, 4:30 p.m. I communl Groton a rman takes part in S/JC exercises - GROTON-Air Force Airman fcrent locations in the United exercise. Additionally, B-52s were preselected to help CALENDAR Terri L. Sprague, grand-States and Guam within and FB-Ills fly lowqe,,el measure the simulated I I daughter of Mr. and Mrs G.uy minutes of notification. This trahfing routes approved by bombing, navigation and Darling of Groton has par- exercise is not related in any the Federal Avial,ioj elttronic counter--meastu.e Wednesday, April8 ticipated in Global ShieP 31. way to real world situations, Administration. The roiJs skiltsofSACaircrcws. BABY ARRIVES Mr. and Mrs. Dale Eastman of Orange are parents of a baby daughter, Kristin Rae, born March 31 at Alice Peck Day Memorial Hospital. Trade in your grass-cutting unit on selected new Wheel Horse lawn and garden tractors and save up to $700. the Strategic Air Command',' (SAC) response to a simulated attack on the United States. She was among the more than 100,000 U.S. Air Force, Navy, Marine Corps and Canadian personnel taking part in SAC's largest, no- notice, 20-day training exercise. During one portion of Global Shield, more than 500 B-52 and FB-Ill bombers and KC-135 tankers took off from 70 dif- A tlOLOGRAPItY EXHIBIT RANDOLPtt--A holography exhibit sponsored by the Albert B. Chandler Cultural Foundation, Inc., will be held April 4-29 on Saturdays 10 a.m.-4 p.m., Sundays 11 a.m.-2 p.m., and Wednesdays 4-6 p.m. at the Chandler Gallery in Randolph. It includes a discussion of the exhibit conceived by Rudie Berkowit of New York and Fringe Research of Toronto. Admission is free. Girl Scouts open new riding camp MANCItESTER--A new riding camp will be opened this summer by the Swift Water Girl Scout Council at its Riding Center in Center Harbor off Route 25 by Lake Winnipesaukee. Four two- week sessions will be held from June 18-Aug. 21. The camp is "open to all girls in the fourth grade or older who want to live and breathe horses," says camp director Lisa Roulx. Registrations will be ac- cepted at the Swift Water Girl Scout Council's Administrative Center, 325 Merrill Street, Manchester, NH. 03103, from Swift Water Scouts beginning April 13, and from non-Scouts beginning April 27. Cost per two-week session is $250 for Swift Water Scouts, and $265 for non- Scouts. Further information may be obtained by calling (603) 627-41,58. WELLS RIVER--More than gallery where he sold a I 250 people crammed into the William and Mary chest with Town Hall here Sunday to restored base and a number of [ herald the 1981 antique auc- other items from a Rhode [ tion season. Island estate. J Folks here say that Harley ! Kaiser, a well known restauranteur and antiques dealer in the area, likes to start the season off with an auction of furniture and ac- cessories he has acquired through estate purchases during the late fall and winter. Many dealers from the Llpper Valley were present as auctioneer George F. Clement, assisted by Archie Steenburgh, gaveled the Plus get a free one-ounce certified auction into action. Key pieces to make it to the block included a small Edison Engelhard silver ingot in the bargain, countrybrassStandardhorn'candlestandPhon°graph$150; grainedwithwith ON ANY MODEL C Automatic Offer Good Through April Z6,1981 small round top and one too lopped off, $140; an Ingraham Schoolhouse clock in oak case, $150; a Formosa tea store tin in good condition, $80; a small Victorian marble top c. 1860 walnut stand, $100; a cherry early Victorian spool rope bed, .$80; a stagecoach trunk with its leather covering in- tact, $60; a six-foot early 20th century oak bookcase, $170; an oak gingerbread clock with Sessions movement, $150; a c. 1880s curved Victorian settee with tapestry uphostery, $85; a steeple-style clock in walnut case, $120; a small country Empire secretary with book- case top, $275; zinc-lined pine ice chest, $65. A high, slant-top 19th cen- tury attorney's desk, about six feet long, brought a disap- pointing $275 after con- siderable prodding rom auctioneer Archie Steem burgh. It had been given top billing in the auction notice. Both Clement and Steen- burgh provided light humor throughout the sale and their auctioning styles complement each other. Both men moved the lots swiftly. Among the other items sold were a plain oak highback bed, $110; an unusual theatrical trunk, $200; an oak commode with lyre-back towel bar, $100; a Burr and Chittenden pillar and splat clock with wooden works,     I J J J O  ! O I i I Redeem this coupon for aid]ttonal savmgs. I $,40; wicker child's pull cart, $32.50; a small walnut cup- board (perhaps a store IGET A FREE 42" MOWER I cabinet) $100; an oak square occasional table, $42.50; an -= oak bookcase-desk, $185; a single bank of oak draws with I when you buy a new Wheel Horse, • w°,% I slide, V 10, a two-gallon I plus a free ounce of sliver for your trade-in. ',L]I[]i stoneware jug with stylized flower, $65; mirror-topped oak   V [ sideboard, $220; pressed glass I I VERNS [ spind]eback oak highchair' I SMALL '' compote, star design, $10; $135; 19th century blanket ENGINES i chest in old red, no till, $50; 42 inch round oak table, $190; several five legged oak tables NORTH HAVERHILL, N.H. (603)787-6770 I were sold in separate lots for I $60 and up. The best brought .,.,?:./ New Spring and Summer Hours: $230 because of its well turned legs.  Mon-Thurs 8-6 p.m. Fri. 8-8 p.m. Sat. 8-3 p.m.I While this auction signaled the start of the antiques : 00Wl,.eel llome ELHARD) I I season where auctioneers like William Smith in Plainfield, [ FINE SII[-VgR BAR$ J N.H. have been holding auctions since February. Smith was in action again last Satnrday at his Plainfield Antique Aetionline-- Do you have an antique that you would like more in- formation about? The Journal Opinion will print collectors' mquiries. We also invite readers to help identify the antique or collectible. The responses from readers about your antique will also be published, according to a SAC spokesman. Global Shield Bl is designed to test the command's capability to carry out emergency way orders to support U.S policy if deterrence fails. This exercise has been constructed to measure SAC's response to a set of preplanned events leading up to a simulated attack on the United States, the spokesman explained. As part of Global Shield, some SAC aircraft deploy to civilian and military airfields selected specifically for the K<onica FS-I] AUTOLOAD IS BUILT-IN AUTOWIND IS BUILT-IN and now the A great camera s27 value gets even better. VALUE Built-in autoload and autowind Plus automatic exposure and shutter priority And now till July 31. get a free case with your FS-I. A history-making offer, from the people who've been making camera history for 107 years. Gore & Bancroft Bradford, Vt. (I02)222-5559 RED POWER BUYERS CHOICE RAM series 84 Utility Tractors 42 tO 65 PTO hp* Five rles 84 uUIity tractors give you easy handling, plenty of power, big hydraulics and independent PTO to make every job from loading to field work go faster. And with a long list of standard features, Series 84 utility trac- tors give you a great deal for your money. • IH multi-range diesel engines with high-torque performance and proven economy. • Fully synchronized 8-speed transmissions with fast "in-line" shifting. • Hydraulic disc brakes, differential lock, Oyna-Life ® clutch, powersteering, 3-point draft sensing hitch, split deck controls and more. CUSTOMER $5 c,s, 00 PAYMENT or IH RED POWER CERTIFICATE $650 TOWARD THE PURCHASE OF ADDITIONAL NEW IH EQUIPMENT OR PARTS i TrucKs • Equipment • Sales • Service WHITE RIVER JUNCTION, VERMONT 051)01 HILL'S INTRODUCES SPRING April 9-10-11 STORE SPROUTING WITH WARM WEATHER COLOR & FASHIONS UNDERBED OR STORAGE CHESTS MASKING TAPE, 3/4" WIDE °' $1 2 ,s] knotty pine-grain is 25Yz" x , 3/4" wide. 60 yards long to 13" x 9". Knotty pine under- a roll• It's a household neces- bed chest is 30" x 16Vz" x 6". sity, the tape of many uses. Both sizes are heavy duty card- Oa, I%" wide x 60 yds ..... $1. ro board for lots of use. 20 QTS., 20 LBS. POTTING SOIL 2.s3 What a fantastiC, low price for this huge quantity! This organ. iC compost soil is €,c/- entifically blended: Its weed-free, and nOur- ishing too! NINON TAILORED CURTAIN PANELS machine washable, permanent press. White, gold or eggshell. 60x63" or 60x81" long. LATCH HOOK RUG KITS Kit Includes 18 x 24" canvas ,dK in your choice of 6 designs. U Comes complete with instruc- tion booklet and Monsanto Acrilan" acrylic yarn, e, NYLON SATIN BRIEFS AND BIKINIS Lustrous Enkalure • rtylon with cotton lined crotch. Briefs, sizes 6, 7, B. Bikinis in sizes 5, 6, 7, / r' • 1 / ; / ( : ..... . Solid color polyester/cot-  & BOWLS tonterrywithlacquardbo r. q =w • Ratk d- ders. Save on these irreg" lkp  ..... betterfit Packa'eof;6! K Hand sizs ............. 112 Washcloth ............ $1 -,.,- April 8, ! 98 l-The J ourna i Opinion-Pa ge 5 NOTICE OF PROPOSED ACQUISITIONS OF BANK ASSETS AND ASSUMPTION OF LIABILITIES Notice is hereby given that the Wells River Savings Bank, Wells River, Vermont, has made application to the Federal Deposit Insurance Cor- poration, Washington, D. C. 20429, for its written consent to acquire the assets of and assume liability to pay deposits made in the National Bank of Newbury, Wells River, Vermont. This notice is published pursuant to Section 18(c) of the Federal Deposit Insurance Act. Any person wishing to comment on this application may file his comments in writing with the Regional Director of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation at its Regional Office, 60 State St., 17th Floor, Boston, Mass. 02109. If any person desires to protest the granting of this application, he has a right to do so if he files a written notice of his intent with the Regional Director by April 17, 1981. The nonconfidential portions of the application are on file in the Regional Office as part of the public file maintained by the Corporation. This file is available for public inspection during regular business hours. March 1,1981 Wells River Savings Bank Wells River, Vermont National Bank of Newbury Wells River, Vermont I II WELI,S RIVEH: Senior citizens' luncheon, United Church of Christ vestry, serving at noon. Reservations: 757-2206. tlAVEI{tllI,I,: ttaverhill Library Assn. presents slide and cassette show on Voyager-Saturn mission, 7 p.m. Friday, April 10 BI{AI)FORI): Senior citizens' luncheon, Oxbow Vocational Center, serving at 11:45 a.m Reservations requested: (802) 222-4782. Monday, April 13 II.ADFORI): Valley Co-op Pro-School meeting, library classroom, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 14 FAIRLEE: Fairlee tlistorical Society, Fairlee Town Hall, program "Reminiscences of an Auctioneer," 7:30 p.m. BRADFORD: Oxbow Athletic Boosters Club meeting, Oxbow ttigh School faculty room, 7:30 p.m. BRAI)FORI): Senior citizens" luncheon, Oxbow Vocational Center, serving at 11:45 a.m. Reservations requested: (802) 222-4782. Wednesday, April 15 WELLS RIVER: Senior citizens' luncheon, United Church of Christ vestry, serving at noon. Reservations: 757-2206. BRAt)FORD: Community llealth Services, Inc., town nurse will be checking hypertension, weight and anemia, Bradford Senior Center, 9 a.m.-12 p.m. NEWBURY: Health Services, Inc., town nurse will be checking hypertension, anemia and weight, Bailey Memorial Club, 1-4 p.m. Thursday, April 16 HARTFORI): Workshop on "What's Wrong With Flood Plain Management," tlartford High School, 4:30 p.m. I communl Groton a rman takes part in S/JC exercises - GROTON-Air Force Airman fcrent locations in the United exercise. Additionally, B-52s were preselected to help CALENDAR Terri L. Sprague, grand-States and Guam within and FB-Ills fly lowqe,,el measure the simulated I I daughter of Mr. and Mrs G.uy minutes of notification. This trahfing routes approved by bombing, navigation and Darling of Groton has par- exercise is not related in any the Federal Avial,ioj elttronic counter--meastu.e Wednesday, April8 ticipated in Global ShieP 31. way to real world situations, Administration. The roiJs skiltsofSACaircrcws. BABY ARRIVES Mr. and Mrs. Dale Eastman of Orange are parents of a baby daughter, Kristin Rae, born March 31 at Alice Peck Day Memorial Hospital. Trade in your grass-cutting unit on selected new Wheel Horse lawn and garden tractors and save up to $700. the Strategic Air Command',' (SAC) response to a simulated attack on the United States. She was among the more than 100,000 U.S. Air Force, Navy, Marine Corps and Canadian personnel taking part in SAC's largest, no- notice, 20-day training exercise. During one portion of Global Shield, more than 500 B-52 and FB-Ill bombers and KC-135 tankers took off from 70 dif- A tlOLOGRAPItY EXHIBIT RANDOLPtt--A holography exhibit sponsored by the Albert B. Chandler Cultural Foundation, Inc., will be held April 4-29 on Saturdays 10 a.m.-4 p.m., Sundays 11 a.m.-2 p.m., and Wednesdays 4-6 p.m. at the Chandler Gallery in Randolph. It includes a discussion of the exhibit conceived by Rudie Berkowit of New York and Fringe Research of Toronto. Admission is free. Girl Scouts open new riding camp MANCItESTER--A new riding camp will be opened this summer by the Swift Water Girl Scout Council at its Riding Center in Center Harbor off Route 25 by Lake Winnipesaukee. Four two- week sessions will be held from June 18-Aug. 21. The camp is "open to all girls in the fourth grade or older who want to live and breathe horses," says camp director Lisa Roulx. Registrations will be ac- cepted at the Swift Water Girl Scout Council's Administrative Center, 325 Merrill Street, Manchester, NH. 03103, from Swift Water Scouts beginning April 13, and from non-Scouts beginning April 27. Cost per two-week session is $250 for Swift Water Scouts, and $265 for non- Scouts. Further information may be obtained by calling (603) 627-41,58. WELLS RIVER--More than gallery where he sold a I 250 people crammed into the William and Mary chest with Town Hall here Sunday to restored base and a number of [ herald the 1981 antique auc- other items from a Rhode [ tion season. Island estate. J Folks here say that Harley ! Kaiser, a well known restauranteur and antiques dealer in the area, likes to start the season off with an auction of furniture and ac- cessories he has acquired through estate purchases during the late fall and winter. Many dealers from the Llpper Valley were present as auctioneer George F. Clement, assisted by Archie Steenburgh, gaveled the Plus get a free one-ounce certified auction into action. Key pieces to make it to the block included a small Edison Engelhard silver ingot in the bargain, countrybrassStandardhorn'candlestandPhon°graph$150; grainedwithwith ON ANY MODEL C Automatic Offer Good Through April Z6,1981 small round top and one too lopped off, $140; an Ingraham Schoolhouse clock in oak case, $150; a Formosa tea store tin in good condition, $80; a small Victorian marble top c. 1860 walnut stand, $100; a cherry early Victorian spool rope bed, .$80; a stagecoach trunk with its leather covering in- tact, $60; a six-foot early 20th century oak bookcase, $170; an oak gingerbread clock with Sessions movement, $150; a c. 1880s curved Victorian settee with tapestry uphostery, $85; a steeple-style clock in walnut case, $120; a small country Empire secretary with book- case top, $275; zinc-lined pine ice chest, $65. A high, slant-top 19th cen- tury attorney's desk, about six feet long, brought a disap- pointing $275 after con- siderable prodding rom auctioneer Archie Steem burgh. It had been given top billing in the auction notice. Both Clement and Steen- burgh provided light humor throughout the sale and their auctioning styles complement each other. Both men moved the lots swiftly. Among the other items sold were a plain oak highback bed, $110; an unusual theatrical trunk, $200; an oak commode with lyre-back towel bar, $100; a Burr and Chittenden pillar and splat clock with wooden works,     I J J J O  ! O I i I Redeem this coupon for aid]ttonal savmgs. I $,40; wicker child's pull cart, $32.50; a small walnut cup- board (perhaps a store IGET A FREE 42" MOWER I cabinet) $100; an oak square occasional table, $42.50; an -= oak bookcase-desk, $185; a single bank of oak draws with I when you buy a new Wheel Horse, • w°,% I slide, V 10, a two-gallon I plus a free ounce of sliver for your trade-in. ',L]I[]i stoneware jug with stylized flower, $65; mirror-topped oak   V [ sideboard, $220; pressed glass I I VERNS [ spind]eback oak highchair' I SMALL '' compote, star design, $10; $135; 19th century blanket ENGINES i chest in old red, no till, $50; 42 inch round oak table, $190; several five legged oak tables NORTH HAVERHILL, N.H. (603)787-6770 I were sold in separate lots for I $60 and up. The best brought .,.,?:./ New Spring and Summer Hours: $230 because of its well turned legs.  Mon-Thurs 8-6 p.m. Fri. 8-8 p.m. Sat. 8-3 p.m.I While this auction signaled the start of the antiques : 00Wl,.eel llome ELHARD) I I season where auctioneers like William Smith in Plainfield, [ FINE SII[-VgR BAR$ J N.H. have been holding auctions since February. Smith was in action again last Satnrday at his Plainfield Antique Aetionline-- Do you have an antique that you would like more in- formation about? The Journal Opinion will print collectors' mquiries. We also invite readers to help identify the antique or collectible. The responses from readers about your antique will also be published, according to a SAC spokesman. Global Shield Bl is designed to test the command's capability to carry out emergency way orders to support U.S policy if deterrence fails. This exercise has been constructed to measure SAC's response to a set of preplanned events leading up to a simulated attack on the United States, the spokesman explained. As part of Global Shield, some SAC aircraft deploy to civilian and military airfields selected specifically for the K<onica FS-I] AUTOLOAD IS BUILT-IN AUTOWIND IS BUILT-IN and now the A great camera s27 value gets even better. VALUE Built-in autoload and autowind Plus automatic exposure and shutter priority And now till July 31. get a free case with your FS-I. A history-making offer, from the people who've been making camera history for 107 years. Gore & Bancroft Bradford, Vt. (I02)222-5559 RED POWER BUYERS CHOICE RAM series 84 Utility Tractors 42 tO 65 PTO hp* Five rles 84 uUIity tractors give you easy handling, plenty of power, big hydraulics and independent PTO to make every job from loading to field work go faster. And with a long list of standard features, Series 84 utility trac- tors give you a great deal for your money. • IH multi-range diesel engines with high-torque performance and proven economy. • Fully synchronized 8-speed transmissions with fast "in-line" shifting. • Hydraulic disc brakes, differential lock, Oyna-Life ® clutch, powersteering, 3-point draft sensing hitch, split deck controls and more. CUSTOMER $5 c,s, 00 PAYMENT or IH RED POWER CERTIFICATE $650 TOWARD THE PURCHASE OF ADDITIONAL NEW IH EQUIPMENT OR PARTS i TrucKs • Equipment • Sales • Service WHITE RIVER JUNCTION, VERMONT 051)01 HILL'S INTRODUCES SPRING April 9-10-11 STORE SPROUTING WITH WARM WEATHER COLOR & FASHIONS UNDERBED OR STORAGE CHESTS MASKING TAPE, 3/4" WIDE °' $1 2 ,s] knotty pine-grain is 25Yz" x , 3/4" wide. 60 yards long to 13" x 9". Knotty pine under- a roll• It's a household neces- bed chest is 30" x 16Vz" x 6". sity, the tape of many uses. Both sizes are heavy duty card- Oa, I%" wide x 60 yds ..... $1. ro board for lots of use. 20 QTS., 20 LBS. POTTING SOIL 2.s3 What a fantastiC, low price for this huge quantity! This organ. iC compost soil is €,c/- entifically blended: Its weed-free, and nOur- ishing too! NINON TAILORED CURTAIN PANELS machine washable, permanent press. White, gold or eggshell. 60x63" or 60x81" long. LATCH HOOK RUG KITS Kit Includes 18 x 24" canvas ,dK in your choice of 6 designs. U Comes complete with instruc- tion booklet and Monsanto Acrilan" acrylic yarn, e, NYLON SATIN BRIEFS AND BIKINIS Lustrous Enkalure • rtylon with cotton lined crotch. Briefs, sizes 6, 7, B. Bikinis in sizes 5, 6, 7, / r' • 1 / ; / ( : ..... . Solid color polyester/cot-  & BOWLS tonterrywithlacquardbo r. q =w • Ratk d- ders. Save on these irreg" lkp  ..... betterfit Packa'eof;6! K Hand sizs ............. 112 Washcloth ............ $1 -,.,-