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April 8, 1981-The Journal Opinion-Page ,q orterans eligible at cemetery --It was number totaled some 60 interesttoyou: that the million. QUESTION: Who is eligible proper To accommodate burial for interment in a National was first needs, seven regional Cemetery? 1862 twelve cemeteries were planned for ANSWER: The following were construction. These are: (1) are eligible for interment in a Riverside, California, (2) National Cemetery: (1) Any all National Bourne, Massachusetts, (3) veteran who was separated Under the Indiantown Gap, Penn- from the military service sylvania, (4) Calverton, New under other than dishonorable that time York and (5) Quantico, conditions, (2) the spouse, authorized Virginia. On November 1, 1979 widow, or widower of an Army two additional cemetery sites; eligible active duty member to the Fort Gillem, Georgia, and or veteran who is buried in a n Fort Custer, Michigan, were National Cemetery or agrees rnent of selected by the VA to burial in a National and was Administrator. The Cemetery at time of death, (3) cemeteries range in size from the widow or widower of a 450 to 900 acres, member of the Armed Forces The National Cemetery of of the United States lost or Massachusetts is located in buried at sea or officially that Bourne, Massachusetts at the determined to be permanently veteran Otis Air Force Base entrance: absent in a status of missing, million It will be 750 acres when including missing in action, ks. With completed and is being (4) minor children of an tl'tls developed in 5 phases. Phase 1 eligible active duty member is completed with a total of 22 or veteran who is unmarried acres. Burial activity has been and under the age of 21 years, in effect since October 14, or who, after attaining the age 1980. of 21 years and until corn- The National Cemeteries of pletion of education or the United States offer per- training but not after at- petual testimony of the con- taining the age of 23 years) is cern of a very gratefulnation pursuing a course of in- that the lives and services of struction in an approved members of the Armed Forces educational institution. who served their nation well, QUESTION: How many will be appropriately corn- gravesites is a veteran en- memorated. Here in titled? cemeteries diverse in size and ANSWER: Only one location, the flagof the United gravesite per family is States is proudly flown 24 authorized, unless both hours a day. Here well-kept spouses are veterans. A' grounds and ordered rows of gravesite is not reserved in headstones and monuments advance of need. When death mark each site as one of occurs and interment in a transported to the National Cemetery until the director has actually confirmed the burial schedule and authorized interment. Casketed and cremated remains are interred in gravesites in all national cemeteries. When authorization is confirmed, the receptacle containing the cremated remains may be personally brought to the cemetery or may be sent by US parcel post or by United Parcel Service addressed to the Director of the National Cemetery. Should the spouse or dependent child predecease an active duty member or veteran, the burial in a National Cemetery is authorized upon request on the' basis of a signed statement by the active duty member or veteran indicating that he or she elects to be buried in the same cemetery as the dependent to the exclusion of any other National Cemetery and it is the intent of the eligible person to be interred in the same grave. The Director is responsible for providing the agreement form and having it properly executed. Conservation meeting held WOODSVILLE--Over 100 people attended the 34th an- nual meeting of the Grafton County Conservation District at Landers Restaurant in Lebanon on March 27. Chairman of the Board of Supervisors James Page presided over the meeting. Alan Smith of Plymouth High School and Ethan Emeson of Lebanon High School, who were sponsored by the district to Conservation Camp last summer, spoke to the group on their experiences. Jim Page of Pike and Loring Chace of Monroe received special awards from the district for long term, out- standing service as district supervisors. George Minor was present to receive the 1980 "Outstanding Conservationist" award for the George Minot Farm in Bath. Frank Temple of Farmers Production Credit presented this award. Norm Wakeman of the Soil Conservation Service in Durham presented a slide and talk program on the eruption, damage, and restoration of Mt. St. Helens. Woodm4Ue nmn :tsville. To facilitate interment arrangements, any person  in Ko eligible for interment in a National Cemetery should WOODSVILLE--Air Force Sgt. Wayne D. Mitchell, son of assemble data of the kind Mr. and Mrs. Chalons Mitchell listed above, prepare a statement of wishes, and place the information among other important papers that will be immediately available to person(s) making funeral arrangements. QUESTION: Are remarried spouses of a veteran eligible for interment in a National Cemetery? ANSWER: A spouse of a veteran who remarries is not eligible for burial. A sp use of a veteran who'has remried and whose remarriage is void, terminated by death or dissolved by annulment or divorce by a court with basic authority to render such decrees, regains eligibility for burial in a National Cemetery unless the Veterans Administration determines that the decree of annulment or divorce was secured through fraud or collusion. QUESTION: Are military honors provided National Cemetery? of Woodsville, is one of 160,000 U.S. and South Korean military people participating in "Team Spirit '81." SOLE WORK--George Kirzan works on a shoe at his The two-month combined St. Johnsbury cobbler shop. exercise held in South Korea provides opportunities for military forces of the two allies to gain experience in both joint and combined defensive operations. Team Spirit, the largest annual exercise conducted in the Pacific area, includes U.S. land, sea and air forces from outside Korea. While demonstrating the readiness of Pacific forces, it also provides training for United States-based augmentation forces in rapid deployment and integration into combat operations. N, Haverhill at the l'l(lllln take8 Happy cobbler continued from page I) shoes repaired while they wait. Krizan says that he and his wife are happy to be in Ver- mont. They enjoy the slower pace of life. "Our inner natures don't want the speed of city life today," he said. Newbu00. (conUnued from page 1 ) 1981. The landscape committee reported to the trustees. They are working on a village landscape plan, which will be presented at the coming an- dedication and serenity. National Cemetery is ANSWER: Yes, but the army course Our site reinforces this idea authorized, grave space is Veterans Administration is and the imagery of the typical assigned in the name of the not responsible for providing N. HAVERH|LL--Army Pvt. ,_ New England rural scene, veteran, this service. The Commander RichardL. Clifford, sonoiMr. D Pastures, meadows, orchards, QUESTION: What is the of a nearby military in- and Mrs. Robert E. Clifford of  stands of native trees, stone cost of being interred in a stallation may he able to N. Haverhill, has completed =  S Walls and shaded winding NationalCemetery? provide an honor guard to an Army metalworker course  tLu roads are the elements with ANSWER: There is ab- render honors in some in- dAberdeen Proving Ground, Cne, which the master plan was solutely no charge for a grave stances. However, it is the ,gCll developed. The buildings are in a National . Cemetery. responsibility of the person Students received in- " Sympathetic in massing and Cemetery employ0es will open handling funeral struction in all phases of '-o,1o oo-  matermls" to tradnhonal" " New and close the grave, and a arrangements to accomplish oxyacetylene, arc and inert ire,,..., or- England architecture. The headstone with appropriate this service. If the honor metal welding. They also m' $g:'%ne pitch pine and scrub oak inscription(s) for each guard from anearbymilitary learned to identify and use IL.. rt forests together with the knob decedent will be provided by installation is not available, handtoois, measuring in- ,o hack.  and kettletopography, offer a the Government. In some of the local veterans service struments and power tools, L DM2 ,j habitat for continued wildlife the National Cemeteries organizations may be able to and to identify metals.  sanctuary as well as a variety graveliners are provided to provide these, such as the 'l[ll I f spaital feeling which is minimize settlement of the American Legion, Disabled Ik--'"xlkLI unique on Cape Cod. grave and facilitate grave American Veterans, etc. I-I..avhiU I Below is a list of general maintenance. These graveliners are furnished at -'maybe- of _ graduates eour00 no expense. Graveliners or ' ", tr  'mlllnllll vaults may be prvided by the IpUH|L_ _ i Cemeteriesnext of kinwhereat Nationalnone is SI No Uver//rhP sonAirmanHAVERHILL--Airof DonaldMr. andO" Mrs.MeCulleh'FreeLeon FI O': i!AAeS, n, Hl=.fleal t. h i provided by the government, McCunoch, Sr., of Haverhin, or, where the graveliners are N. HAVERHILL,--We hear has graduated from the U.S. provided, a different type or about stress all the time, but Air Force aircraft electrical n quality is preferred. The have you ever wondered what repair course at Chanute Air director of the cemetery must it really is, and how it affects Force Base, Ill. dr L ........ ' I he consulted when either a you? Graduates of the course -- vault or graveliner is provided Find out at the Stress learned how to inspect and r:b ]Pdek er Mike at I by other than the US Gover- Management Workshop to he repair aircraft electrical B/fo;d, Vt, I nment. All expenses incurred held at the Cooperative systems, and earned credits _.., i: i r Call colhet 222.4090 for the services and supplies Extension Service in the toward an associate degree in *i i provided by a funeral director second floor conference room applied science through the of one's choice, transportation of the county courthouse in Community College of the Air F1 - to a National Cemetery, and No. Haverhill April 15 at 10 Force. burial vault, if desired, must a.m. and again at 7:30 p.m. McCulloeh will now serve at he met with private funds. Stress is part of life in the Eglin Air Force Base, Fla. QUESTION: How are 80's. Where once it was mainly arrangements made for an related to high pressure jobs, "" St" ql{Ndm[ dItiW,   Cemetery?interment in a National Financialtday it affectSpressures,mOst OfworkUS. Orford soldier ANSWER: The person worries, being committed to get8 promotion designated to make funeral many activities, family :E OF CHAMPIONS TS TERS arrangements for an eligible decedent should contact the Cemetery Director where interment is requested as soon as possible. The complete name of the veteran, together with rank, serial and social security numbers and any VA claim number: dates and places of entry into and separation from the military service; branch of service; dates and places of birth and death should also be fur- nished. If all of this in- formation is not available or unknown, as much in- formation as possible should be given. Failure to provide the required data may result in a delay of burial, pending complete verification of service. The director may set a tentative date for the in- terment pending completion of the verification of service, and will notify the applicant when burial is authorized. Generally, verification for eligibility is accomplished within two (2) working days; however, some cases may require a longer period of time. The proposed date and time for the interment should not be announced and the decedent should not be demands, noise, all can cause stress. Too often nothing is done about it, because like the wind, it cannot be seen. More and more physicians are recognizing that stress plays a significant role in illness. By recognizing the causes and learning simple techniques to combat the effects, every individual can cope better with stress and increase his health and energy. FAIRLEE HISTORICAL SOCIETY FAIRLEE--The Fairlee ORFORD--Paul B. Messer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul B. Messer Jr. of Orford, has been promoted in the U.S. Army to the rank of sergeant. Messer is a carpentry specialist in Darmstadt, West Germany. .Bradford soldier Igets promotion BRADFORD--Gary L. Gautreau, son of Rudolph and Alfa Gautreau of Bradford, has been promoted in the U.S. Air Force to the rank of staff sergeant. Historical Society will meet Gautreau is a personnel April 14 at 7:30 p.m. at the specialist atPatrickAirForce Fairlee Town Hall. William Base, Fla. Godfrey of W. Fairloe will present a program on "Reminiscences of an Auc. tioneer." Guests are welcome. Refreshments will be served. TitOUGllTS LICENSESREVoKED CONCORD--New Hamhire Director of Motor Vicles Thomas A. Power has America has become so released a list of license lense and nervous it has been revocations for driving while years since I've seen anyone intoxicated, including Randy asleep in church--and that is a L. Ames, 22, Wondsville, and sad silualion. Patrick Boudreault, Jr., 29, N. Norman Vincent Peale Haverhill. nual meeting, May 28, 1981. Used Furniture Sale Eureka Upright Vacuum ................. $20.00 Full Size Mattress (2) ................. $404}0 ca. Green Cloth Recliner ..................... $20.00 2 Pc. Colonial Livingroom Set in Green ........................... $125.00 Chocolate Brown 2 Cushion Sofa .......... $100.00 Gold Swivel Rocker, Maple trim ............................. $60.00 Gold Twin Size Hideabed- Loveseat .............................. $175.00 Used Sofa ................................ $35.00 HALE FURNITURE Bradford, Vt. & CARPET 802.222.5758 Caledonia Cobbler SAVE s1.00 Bring this BURNHAM SHOES Introdl NATIVE HUMOR AT IT'S BEST Relive boyhood days around 1910 as retold by a Littleton Native NEWBABY Available at--Gove & Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs. Roger  Bradford: Thomas Vaughan of Vaughan Farms " "/- Wells River; Clark in East Thetford are parents D Machines, Woodsville; of a daughter born February mouth Bookstore & Pat NORMAN H KINNI[ 1 I, 1981 at the Mary Hitchcock " in ltanover. Memorial Hospital. Her nameis Victoria Hoffman Vaughan, iuiiiliiuiiiiiiiiii [mMHHHMMIMImIII [ I  . '-ii i[ I II II I I APRIL $ SP 00!CIAL $i APRIL 10-40 Uniflo --in 10 CaseLots Only-- 24/Quarts Reg. 32.25 Special 26,60 415 Quart Reg. 26.85 Special 22.20 Buy All You Need v v v v v v v v v  v v Pharmacy, Business Dart- mouth Bookstore & Pat & Tony's IIIIIHMHiHIImlilMlimilllllllillflmlllllll[ Something * New? --In 10 Case Lots 0nly-- Unicard 10-40 12/Quarts Reg. 13.25 Special 11.50 Junction 5 & 25 Bradford, Vt. Call 802-222-5251 Or 603-787-6391 BRADFORD OIL CO. Inc. "i April 8, 1981-The Journal Opinion-Page ,q orterans eligible at cemetery --It was number totaled some 60 interesttoyou: that the million. QUESTION: Who is eligible proper To accommodate burial for interment in a National was first needs, seven regional Cemetery? 1862 twelve cemeteries were planned for ANSWER: The following were construction. These are: (1) are eligible for interment in a Riverside, California, (2) National Cemetery: (1) Any all National Bourne, Massachusetts, (3) veteran who was separated Under the Indiantown Gap, Penn- from the military service sylvania, (4) Calverton, New under other than dishonorable that time York and (5) Quantico, conditions, (2) the spouse, authorized Virginia. On November 1, 1979 widow, or widower of an Army two additional cemetery sites; eligible active duty member to the Fort Gillem, Georgia, and or veteran who is buried in a n Fort Custer, Michigan, were National Cemetery or agrees rnent of selected by the VA to burial in a National and was Administrator. The Cemetery at time of death, (3) cemeteries range in size from the widow or widower of a 450 to 900 acres, member of the Armed Forces The National Cemetery of of the United States lost or Massachusetts is located in buried at sea or officially that Bourne, Massachusetts at the determined to be permanently veteran Otis Air Force Base entrance: absent in a status of missing, million It will be 750 acres when including missing in action, ks. With completed and is being (4) minor children of an tl'tls developed in 5 phases. Phase 1 eligible active duty member is completed with a total of 22 or veteran who is unmarried acres. Burial activity has been and under the age of 21 years, in effect since October 14, or who, after attaining the age 1980. of 21 years and until corn- The National Cemeteries of pletion of education or the United States offer per- training but not after at- petual testimony of the con- taining the age of 23 years) is cern of a very gratefulnation pursuing a course of in- that the lives and services of struction in an approved members of the Armed Forces educational institution. who served their nation well, QUESTION: How many will be appropriately corn- gravesites is a veteran en- memorated. Here in titled? cemeteries diverse in size and ANSWER: Only one location, the flagof the United gravesite per family is States is proudly flown 24 authorized, unless both hours a day. Here well-kept spouses are veterans. A' grounds and ordered rows of gravesite is not reserved in headstones and monuments advance of need. When death mark each site as one of occurs and interment in a transported to the National Cemetery until the director has actually confirmed the burial schedule and authorized interment. Casketed and cremated remains are interred in gravesites in all national cemeteries. When authorization is confirmed, the receptacle containing the cremated remains may be personally brought to the cemetery or may be sent by US parcel post or by United Parcel Service addressed to the Director of the National Cemetery. Should the spouse or dependent child predecease an active duty member or veteran, the burial in a National Cemetery is authorized upon request on the' basis of a signed statement by the active duty member or veteran indicating that he or she elects to be buried in the same cemetery as the dependent to the exclusion of any other National Cemetery and it is the intent of the eligible person to be interred in the same grave. The Director is responsible for providing the agreement form and having it properly executed. Conservation meeting held WOODSVILLE--Over 100 people attended the 34th an- nual meeting of the Grafton County Conservation District at Landers Restaurant in Lebanon on March 27. Chairman of the Board of Supervisors James Page presided over the meeting. Alan Smith of Plymouth High School and Ethan Emeson of Lebanon High School, who were sponsored by the district to Conservation Camp last summer, spoke to the group on their experiences. Jim Page of Pike and Loring Chace of Monroe received special awards from the district for long term, out- standing service as district supervisors. George Minor was present to receive the 1980 "Outstanding Conservationist" award for the George Minot Farm in Bath. Frank Temple of Farmers Production Credit presented this award. Norm Wakeman of the Soil Conservation Service in Durham presented a slide and talk program on the eruption, damage, and restoration of Mt. St. Helens. Woodm4Ue nmn :tsville. To facilitate interment arrangements, any person  in Ko eligible for interment in a National Cemetery should WOODSVILLE--Air Force Sgt. Wayne D. Mitchell, son of assemble data of the kind Mr. and Mrs. Chalons Mitchell listed above, prepare a statement of wishes, and place the information among other important papers that will be immediately available to person(s) making funeral arrangements. QUESTION: Are remarried spouses of a veteran eligible for interment in a National Cemetery? ANSWER: A spouse of a veteran who remarries is not eligible for burial. A sp use of a veteran who'has remried and whose remarriage is void, terminated by death or dissolved by annulment or divorce by a court with basic authority to render such decrees, regains eligibility for burial in a National Cemetery unless the Veterans Administration determines that the decree of annulment or divorce was secured through fraud or collusion. QUESTION: Are military honors provided National Cemetery? of Woodsville, is one of 160,000 U.S. and South Korean military people participating in "Team Spirit '81." SOLE WORK--George Kirzan works on a shoe at his The two-month combined St. Johnsbury cobbler shop. exercise held in South Korea provides opportunities for military forces of the two allies to gain experience in both joint and combined defensive operations. Team Spirit, the largest annual exercise conducted in the Pacific area, includes U.S. land, sea and air forces from outside Korea. While demonstrating the readiness of Pacific forces, it also provides training for United States-based augmentation forces in rapid deployment and integration into combat operations. N, Haverhill at the l'l(lllln take8 Happy cobbler continued from page I) shoes repaired while they wait. Krizan says that he and his wife are happy to be in Ver- mont. They enjoy the slower pace of life. "Our inner natures don't want the speed of city life today," he said. Newbu00. (conUnued from page 1 ) 1981. The landscape committee reported to the trustees. They are working on a village landscape plan, which will be presented at the coming an- dedication and serenity. National Cemetery is ANSWER: Yes, but the army course Our site reinforces this idea authorized, grave space is Veterans Administration is and the imagery of the typical assigned in the name of the not responsible for providing N. HAVERH|LL--Army Pvt. ,_ New England rural scene, veteran, this service. The Commander RichardL. Clifford, sonoiMr. D Pastures, meadows, orchards, QUESTION: What is the of a nearby military in- and Mrs. Robert E. Clifford of  stands of native trees, stone cost of being interred in a stallation may he able to N. Haverhill, has completed =  S Walls and shaded winding NationalCemetery? provide an honor guard to an Army metalworker course  tLu roads are the elements with ANSWER: There is ab- render honors in some in- dAberdeen Proving Ground, Cne, which the master plan was solutely no charge for a grave stances. However, it is the ,gCll developed. The buildings are in a National . Cemetery. responsibility of the person Students received in- " Sympathetic in massing and Cemetery employ0es will open handling funeral struction in all phases of '-o,1o oo-  matermls" to tradnhonal" " New and close the grave, and a arrangements to accomplish oxyacetylene, arc and inert ire,,..., or- England architecture. The headstone with appropriate this service. If the honor metal welding. They also m' $g:'%ne pitch pine and scrub oak inscription(s) for each guard from anearbymilitary learned to identify and use IL.. rt forests together with the knob decedent will be provided by installation is not available, handtoois, measuring in- ,o hack.  and kettletopography, offer a the Government. In some of the local veterans service struments and power tools, L DM2 ,j habitat for continued wildlife the National Cemeteries organizations may be able to and to identify metals.  sanctuary as well as a variety graveliners are provided to provide these, such as the 'l[ll I f spaital feeling which is minimize settlement of the American Legion, Disabled Ik--'"xlkLI unique on Cape Cod. grave and facilitate grave American Veterans, etc. I-I..avhiU I Below is a list of general maintenance. These graveliners are furnished at -'maybe- of _ graduates eour00 no expense. Graveliners or ' ", tr  'mlllnllll vaults may be prvided by the IpUH|L_ _ i Cemeteriesnext of kinwhereat Nationalnone is SI No Uver//rhP sonAirmanHAVERHILL--Airof DonaldMr. andO" Mrs.MeCulleh'FreeLeon FI O': i!AAeS, n, Hl=.fleal t. h i provided by the government, McCunoch, Sr., of Haverhin, or, where the graveliners are N. HAVERHILL,--We hear has graduated from the U.S. provided, a different type or about stress all the time, but Air Force aircraft electrical n quality is preferred. The have you ever wondered what repair course at Chanute Air director of the cemetery must it really is, and how it affects Force Base, Ill. dr L ........ ' I he consulted when either a you? Graduates of the course -- vault or graveliner is provided Find out at the Stress learned how to inspect and r:b ]Pdek er Mike at I by other than the US Gover- Management Workshop to he repair aircraft electrical B/fo;d, Vt, I nment. All expenses incurred held at the Cooperative systems, and earned credits _.., i: i r Call colhet 222.4090 for the services and supplies Extension Service in the toward an associate degree in *i i provided by a funeral director second floor conference room applied science through the of one's choice, transportation of the county courthouse in Community College of the Air F1 - to a National Cemetery, and No. Haverhill April 15 at 10 Force. burial vault, if desired, must a.m. and again at 7:30 p.m. McCulloeh will now serve at he met with private funds. Stress is part of life in the Eglin Air Force Base, Fla. QUESTION: How are 80's. Where once it was mainly arrangements made for an related to high pressure jobs, "" St" ql{Ndm[ dItiW,   Cemetery?interment in a National Financialtday it affectSpressures,mOst OfworkUS. Orford soldier ANSWER: The person worries, being committed to get8 promotion designated to make funeral many activities, family :E OF CHAMPIONS TS TERS arrangements for an eligible decedent should contact the Cemetery Director where interment is requested as soon as possible. The complete name of the veteran, together with rank, serial and social security numbers and any VA claim number: dates and places of entry into and separation from the military service; branch of service; dates and places of birth and death should also be fur- nished. If all of this in- formation is not available or unknown, as much in- formation as possible should be given. Failure to provide the required data may result in a delay of burial, pending complete verification of service. The director may set a tentative date for the in- terment pending completion of the verification of service, and will notify the applicant when burial is authorized. Generally, verification for eligibility is accomplished within two (2) working days; however, some cases may require a longer period of time. The proposed date and time for the interment should not be announced and the decedent should not be demands, noise, all can cause stress. Too often nothing is done about it, because like the wind, it cannot be seen. More and more physicians are recognizing that stress plays a significant role in illness. By recognizing the causes and learning simple techniques to combat the effects, every individual can cope better with stress and increase his health and energy. FAIRLEE HISTORICAL SOCIETY FAIRLEE--The Fairlee ORFORD--Paul B. Messer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul B. Messer Jr. of Orford, has been promoted in the U.S. Army to the rank of sergeant. Messer is a carpentry specialist in Darmstadt, West Germany. .Bradford soldier Igets promotion BRADFORD--Gary L. Gautreau, son of Rudolph and Alfa Gautreau of Bradford, has been promoted in the U.S. Air Force to the rank of staff sergeant. Historical Society will meet Gautreau is a personnel April 14 at 7:30 p.m. at the specialist atPatrickAirForce Fairlee Town Hall. William Base, Fla. Godfrey of W. Fairloe will present a program on "Reminiscences of an Auc. tioneer." Guests are welcome. Refreshments will be served. TitOUGllTS LICENSESREVoKED CONCORD--New Hamhire Director of Motor Vicles Thomas A. Power has America has become so released a list of license lense and nervous it has been revocations for driving while years since I've seen anyone intoxicated, including Randy asleep in church--and that is a L. Ames, 22, Wondsville, and sad silualion. Patrick Boudreault, Jr., 29, N. Norman Vincent Peale Haverhill. nual meeting, May 28, 1981. Used Furniture Sale Eureka Upright Vacuum ................. $20.00 Full Size Mattress (2) ................. $404}0 ca. Green Cloth Recliner ..................... $20.00 2 Pc. Colonial Livingroom Set in Green ........................... $125.00 Chocolate Brown 2 Cushion Sofa .......... $100.00 Gold Swivel Rocker, Maple trim ............................. $60.00 Gold Twin Size Hideabed- Loveseat .............................. $175.00 Used Sofa ................................ $35.00 HALE FURNITURE Bradford, Vt. & CARPET 802.222.5758 Caledonia Cobbler SAVE s1.00 Bring this BURNHAM SHOES Introdl NATIVE HUMOR AT IT'S BEST Relive boyhood days around 1910 as retold by a Littleton Native NEWBABY Available at--Gove & Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs. Roger  Bradford: Thomas Vaughan of Vaughan Farms " "/- Wells River; Clark in East Thetford are parents D Machines, Woodsville; of a daughter born February mouth Bookstore & Pat NORMAN H KINNI[ 1 I, 1981 at the Mary Hitchcock " in ltanover. Memorial Hospital. Her nameis Victoria Hoffman Vaughan, iuiiiliiuiiiiiiiiii [llllilllllllillillillliillllllll[illlllll [ I  . '-ii i[ I II II I I APRIL $ SP 00!CIAL $i APRIL 10-40 Uniflo --in 10 CaseLots Only-- 24/Quarts Reg. 32.25 Special 26,60 415 Quart Reg. 26.85 Special 22.20 Buy All You Need v v v v v v v v v  v v Pharmacy, Business Dart- mouth Bookstore & Pat & Tony's IHHMHiHIImlilMlimilllllllillflmlllllll[ Something * New? --In 10 Case Lots 0nly-- Unicard 10-40 12/Quarts Reg. 13.25 Special 11.50 Junction 5 & 25 Bradford, Vt. Call 802-222-5251 Or 603-787-6391 BRADFORD OIL CO. Inc. "i