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:';e t2-The Journal Opinion-April 8, 1981 [RlSTATE[ AVAILABLE FOR I-M-Sen. Stafford target BUSINESS DIRECTOR FOR RENT IIBI[N,f_A!I MEDIATE occupancy, 00o.o of conservative group kl|:[_il  and a two bedroom apart- ....... ment. Both with bath, wall to NEWBURY, VT-- for sale by FOR HFNT-- 3 l-bed apar- owner. 28 acres +-, 1 house, 2 tments, tleat included. $225. big barns, rz mile from lake, (;tn'ge ,ilunlmghm. 802-222  $43,000 or will dicker. Call 603- 4703. Itl-Ic 353-4848. 1t---4-8-81 ....................................................... I,AR(;E. allractive apl.,  carpeting, dishwasher, garage, laundry facilities. FOR RENT 2 bedroom Itea{, lights, ho! waler, rub- mobile home, Halls Lake bish removal. No pets. No Road, Newbury. Security more than one child. Deposit. deposit. $150 per month. 1-603- Woodsville 603-747-3997. :1- 353-4848. I t---4-8--˘ 4t4-!--c This Space For Rent 13 WEEKS $45 t( ntJt tsrart AGtmCV t 60'.-823-5505 I"r;tncnni:D. \\;.11. |!:, .M TORJ I _ I 00˘pear- 00errill Inc. J00ealt 9 I Montebello Street rrl Nbine A. Leuthold Wocdsvillw, NH 03785  Broker 603-747-2000 603-747-3372 PAUL MAYETTE, Asso˘iace Home: 787-6Z70 IAst No. 192-- "Neat as a Pin" -- 8 room Victorian home boasts 3 bedrooms, 1: baths. Separate living room, dining room, kitchen with pantry. Summer kitchen ..... front porch -- full basement . . . I car garage. Oil heat -- well maintained grounds with barbecue. Kitchen appliances included. Beautiful mountain & valley views. In small town, very peaceful setting. Offered at a reasonable $39,900. List No. 210-- INCOME PROPERTY -- 2 story brick building has a store on the main floor -- one 3 room and one 4 room apartment upstairs -- all premises oc- cupied. Full basement, oil fired hot water heater -- 3 heating oil hot water zones. W-W carpeting in store -- in town location -- walk to all conveniences. Income and expense figures available to interested buyer. REAL ESTATE wall carpeting, kitchen ap- pliances. Heat, lights, hot water, gas, and rubbish removal included in rent. Security deposit required. No children or pets in this well managed building. Mt. Gardner Apts., 43 Central St., Woodsville, N.H. Tel. 78%6280 or 787-6335. Edward C. Patten. 4tf-c Roger Courtemanche Courtemanche now with realty firm BRADFORD--Roger Cour- temanche of Bradford has joined the staff of D. R. Symmes & Associates, broker for United Farm Agency, Inc. in White River Junction as a full-time salesman. He will specialize in farms, land, and country properties. Courtemanche is a native of White River Junction where he grew up on a dairy farm. He is a graduate of Hartford Iiigh School and for the past 20 years has owned and managed restaurants in Bradford. He has been active in community affairs, among them, Brad- ford town lister .for four years, active member of the Con- necticut Valley Development Corp. and past president of the Connecticut Valley Jaycees. WASIIINGTON--John T. c'l'erry Dolan, Chairman of the National Conservative Political Action Committee, NCPAC). has criticized Vermont's Sen. Robert T. Stafford. for "trying to destroy President Ronald Heagan's econotnic program and fuel the fires of inflation by supporting ,increased deficit spending." Dolan referred to an at- lenlpt by Stafford to restore almost $1 billion to welfare programs which the Reagan administration and the Republican Scnate leadership Social Security is in trouble "Social Security faces a crisis in funding", warns Lester Corwin, Chairman of the Vermont TRIM Com- mittee. "The situation is so serious that by 1982 the system will run out of money to pay current benefits unless drastic changes are made in the program," he said. "Many people are unaware that the payroll taxes the government takes from workers and employers do not go into trust funds for future use by those from whom they are taken, but such funds are used to pay current benefits. So, on both a long-range and a short-range basis, the Social Security system is broke," Corwin added. tte said if private insurance companies operated the way Social Security does, owners of those companies would be prosecuted for victimizing the public. "It is essential that the rew Congress come to grips with the crisis in Social Security," he continued. The Vermont TRIM Cam, mittee has published the Winter TRIM Bulletin as a public service. It contains articles about what it describes as the waste, fraud, and mismanagement in the Courtemanche resides in Bradford with his wife administration of Social i .....  Louise. Thecouple have two Security benefits, and about No. 4236 Good cape, style home with commercial U grownc.hi!dren. . .. , the cause of inflation. As a regular feature of the potential (antiques--market garden, etc.) near exit 17,  ow !n its 53th year, umtea Bulletin, a report of how Rep. Igl on route 302. Good artesian well 2 car garage- 3 - Farm Agency, mc.. mamta!ns ,lames Jeffords, R-Vt., has level acres, many extras included. $39,500.  625 sams. at}rues m q7 stes voted on 10 significant money _ . === and specmnzes m me sam at No, z831 Newbury, 12,.2 acre woodlot. Hardwoods. i town and country homes hills isprinted on thelastpage $'3 6oo " •  business, commercial and of the Bulletin. No.4171Groton, 10 acres near state forest. $3,90o.  recreational properties and The Vermont TRIM Corn- No. 42;6.105 acres, Wrights Mt. Road, Bradford Vt. i acreage. National mittee is one of over 300 such committees which :are part of $63,; a beautiful parcel of land, facing south and ..hquartrs are in Kansas a nafibnwid, b0nofit, west, with good views; open and wooded. Owner may I t;lty, vo. nonpartisan educational finance, organization seeking to lower DAUGllTER ARRIVES A baby daughter, Abigail Wigeon Matthews, was born to Mr. and Mrs. William Mat- thews of Thetford March 30 at Alice Peck Day Memorial tlospital. taxes through less govern- ment. For further information about TRIM, contact John Curtis at S. Royalton, telephone 763-7028. No. 4191 78 acres, Bath, NH, $49,500; almost mile frontage on both Conn. River and good road about one third open farm land and two-third woods and pasture. Owner may finance; good for farming and investment. Prize money is offered for best beef recipes No. 4222 Nice. 4 bedroom home on two lovely acres near Wells River. Living room and dining room, two fireplaces, hardwood floors throughout, garage. $45,000.00. No. 4273 200 acres, Corinth, $60,000, open and wooded, brook, secluded. No. 4278 Bath, N.H on the Monroe Road. Comfortable, 3-bedroom mobile home with addition and nice 2-car garage on 'z acre. $11,200. No. 4283B l0 acres, Peacham, $6,000; frontage on all- year road; hard & soft woods; good for recreation. year-round home, on investment. Terms by seller. No. 4Z94 One acre, Newbury $3,000; good secluded CttlCAGO--The search s on for the best beef recipe in Vermont. If you have a beef dish that always gets rave reviews at home, now is the time to enter it in the 1981 National Beef Cook-Off. You could win a $1,500 first prize plus an ex- pense-paid trip to Sioux Fails, South Dakota, for the Beef Cook-Off on September 23-25. To enter, send three copies of your recipe and a brief biography; including name, address and phone number, to Mrs. Edith Bartels, Route 3, Box 58, Gettysburg, South Dakota, 5744Z Do it soon -- entries must be received by May 15. The National Beef Cook-Off is sponsored by the American National CowBelles, Inc. in cooperation with the Beef Industry Council of the Meat Board. Recipes are judged in state- by-state competition. State winners then travel to Sioux Falls for the National Beef Cook-Off. Entries from all 50 states are expected in this year's event. EDITOR'S NOTE "To date we have received building site. No. 4303 32 acres, Groton, Vt., $10,900; near Levi Pond and Groton State Forest; improved woodland, good for __ investment and recreation. Terms from owner. III I ........ Tr"i F-l"Tli ..... I Many of our homes can be owner-financed  Send for our free  of bnd and houses This Space For Rent 13 WEEKS $45 ELECTRICAL f THOMAS REALTY Bryce & Miriam Thomas o,.,,o.[ inc. REALTORS Farms-Houses-Acreage Newbuff Vt 0505 I. 80 2-866-5 961 Delightful to live in W   99 ,! living without the houseReeDing nJoy all the comfort and convenience of modern and maintenance problems associated with today's conventional home. Ward Log Homes are constructed of northern white cedar logs, unexcelled for insulating quali- ties. strength and beauty. Rugged exteriors of peeled logs keep their good looks for years without the bother of painting. Interiors are planed smooth and finished naturally, eliminating the problems associated with paint and wall finishes. Have more time for living.,. Interested? Write for free descriptive literature or if you prefer, send $5.00 for the b=attiful Ward Brochure of plans. Call itoward Jeslyn for further information or an ap- pointment to visit the Ward Display l,og llome on Rt. 302, Wells River. GAR EQU PMENT HOWARD JOSLYN Service RFD 2, WOODfiVILLE, N.ll. AUTHORIZED DEALER TEL. 747-2021 only a limited number of entries from your state in the National Beef Cook-Off. Since we would like very much to have your state represented at this year's event, we have put together the attached release explaining how your readers can enter," the sponsors said. Prizes for the Beef Cook-Off are: first place, $1,500; second place, $750; third place, $500; five honorable mentions, $100 each. As an,added incentive for contestants from Vermont, the Beef Industry Council of the Meat Board will finance travel expenses to Sioux Falls' for the state winner. Any beef dish using chuck, round, rump, fresh brisket or ground beef is eligible. The dish must contain a minimum of two pounds of beef and not more than five. The meat used must be exclusively beef. Cooking time cannot exceed four hours. Mrs. Bartels, Cook-Off Chairman, said the purpose of the National Beef Cook-Off is twofold. "First, we want to recognize and honor America's best beef cooks. Second, and perhaps more important, we want to make people aware of the delicious entrees that can be made from the lesser-known beef cuts, which are often the more economical cuts, as well," she said. Contestants must be 18 years old or older and cannot he food industry professionals, members of the American National CowBelles, or em- ployees of the National Live Stock and Meat Board. The beef dishes will be judged according to taste, ap- pearance, originality and ease of preparation. SON FOR CLOUGIIS Mr. and Mrs. John Clough of Fairlee are parents of a baby son, Jason Paul, born March 31 at Alice Peck Day Memorial Hospital. fought bitterly against. The Stafford co-sponsored measure lost by a vole of 59-40. The Reagan administration underscored the importance of defeating the bill when Vice President Bush personally presided over the debate. l)olan said he was "dismayed and appalkt at the ease in which members of the President's own party intentionally subverted the Presiden!'s economic program by insisting on spending money like l)emocrats have for 50 years." NCPAC announced last November its plan to scrutinize the record of 21 liheral Senators facing re- election next year to decide whether they are representing the views of their constituents and deserve to be re-elected. Senator Stafford was one of the 21 senators na reed. i II:e1_,l I d [tl II [M :11 SUPERIOR COURT ORANG[ COUNlff FILED Mar. 9, l$gl S 21-ll Oec STATE OF VERMONT: ORNMG[ SUPERIOR COURT :$$ COUNTY Of ORANG[: CIVIl. ACTION IN IIIE WI[tLS MVE| SEWAGE : DISPOSAl. PROJECT : 0oa(ET NO. S 21.18 Oec PETITION TO: Presg Judge, Superior Court of the State of Vermont, Orange Calmly NOW COMES, David C. Stevens, Paul Hinman, and James G. Thomas, all of Wells River, Town of Newhury, County of Orange nod State of Vermont, being the duly elected and qualified Baord of Trustees of the Villoge of Walls River, a munkipol corporotion duly organized and existing under the /ows of the State of Vermont within the Town of Newbury, County of Orange and State of Vermont, acting in their capacity as guard of Sewage Disposal Commissioners pursuant to Chapter 101 of Title 24, V.S.A. by and through their attorneys, Zuccoro & Willis, Inc., 101 Eastern Avenue, St. Johnsbury, Vermont and state the following: 1. That soid municipal corporation is under the necessity of constructing o sewage disposal system. 2. Said muaicipel corporation has caused o survey to be made of the reel estate and easements necessary for the construction of said sewoge disposal system 3. The only feesible location for a certain sewer line eosemet that is the suect of this petition is on land and premises owned by Harold 0. Taylor, Jr., of Woodsville, County of Orafton and State of New Hampshire, and Ross C. Taylor, of Bath, County of Graftea and State of New Hampshire, which seid premies ore located within the said Vilinge of Wells River, said premises being more perticulorly descried as follows: "Sq/mbg et •  on the meted,/be of the Wigs River, sdled, gaMly mstrty of the Iomga bvildln| situate4 en the lend end Immdses 14 Hendd O. Teyler, Jr., aed loss €. Taybr; theme nmdng sevth 60 IF. OO" l i distance of IS feet t • pobl; tbence rvenlng veuth 26 degrees 06" W 157.71 feet to a IXlket; thenl senlk 06  |$'" 1 66.19 feet to the nerthe Ihe ef U.S. Re.re 302; thence north 19 degrees 47" E 25.20 feet deeg the aecert/bee of U.S. Rte 02 to s F4bt; thencl north 06 dqleees $" W -61.gl feet to a pobt; tbence m 26 degrees 06" | 115.65 feet to • I; flnc north 60 degrees g0" W 17 feet to eena edge of Wdb Riw, s-ll=l I€I ill --tberly divedien fel.ing the ewtody edge of the wags River • dime of 25 feet to the point of All cannes end distances above to be • ppreximeto lad mer Inos." Tbe er ceetobed withb tbe dve- described ˘ewses end distances to be .14 • orII, more el" bee. 4. A survey of said premises is onoexed hereto ond incorporated herein by reference os Exhibit "A". S. The easement sought is for the purpose of constructing, maintaining, operating, altering, repoiring, removing, changing the size of, and reecing a line for the transportation-of and con'ying of sewoge over o route located within the above described eesament, together with necessary manholes, for the benefit of the lond and premises located in said municipol corporation and for the purposes set forth in Chter ]0) of Title 24 of V.S.A. 6. H.0. Toylor Chewolet Co., Inc., a Vermont Corporation. with on office for the transection of business in said Village of Wells River, has an interest in said premises by reason of being a lessee of the same. 7. The Wels River Savings Bank, a banking corporation with on office for the tronsection of business in said Villnge of Wells River, has an interest in said premises by holding a mortgage on said premises. 8. Estella Taylor of Wuadsville, County of Grafton, State of New Hampshire has an interest in said premises hy holding a mortgage on said premises. 9. The said Village is unable to agree with the said owners, Norok O. Taylor, Jr., nod Ross C. Taylor upon the taking of the easement described herein and more porticulorly depicted on upon said survey ead the amount of ˘omponsntion to be paid therefor. 10. It is necessary that the Villoge of Wells River acquire the easement os described above ond as depicted in Exhibit "A" fur the purposes set out in Paragraph 5 herein. WNTRF.r*ORE, your Petitioners request that the Presiding Judge of this Court fix a time and place when be or soma other Suporior Judge wiil hear all parties con- cerned ond determine whether such taking is necessary, and if it is found that such taking is necessary, aoint three disinterested potties to examine said property to be taken ondlor demoged by said Vi;Ioge and fix the componsotion to be poid therefor. ted thk 9th d/if Mdk, 191 I. VItLAG! Of WILLS RIVER, ROARD OF nlUSTUS gy: Dvid t. Willis, i=q., A Member ef the ZUCCMO A WILLIS, INC., IOI [am Avenue St. Jelmsbery, VT gSgl9 In Re: WELS RIVER $EWAG| STATE Of VERMONT: DISPOSAl. PROJECT COUNTY Of ORANGE, ss. ORDER To all persons owning or having on interest in the premises described in the Petition of David C. Stevens, Paul Hinmon and James G, Thomas, Board of Sawoge Disposal Commissioners pursuant to Chapter 101, of Title 24 V.S.A. doted March 9, 1981 at St. Johnsbory, Vermont, by and through their attorneys. You are hereby notified to appear before the undersigned Superior Judge or some other Seperior Judge st the cour- thouse in Chelsea, Orange County, Ver- mont on the 28th day of April, 1981 at 9:30 o'clock in the forenoon to show cmse, if eay, why the prayer of the foregoing Petition sheuld not be granted. Yerme, rids 9th day of kk, 1911. Stolke. I. Mania Pr,ge OrRe Cemty, Sqmrbr Cenrt of t, Stoto d Vera PERRY'S OIL SERV00E Main St Bradford, VL 2224661 Complete Applnce & TV Repair Sece k00rm smm eCOMPONENT STEREO sCAR STEREO Rte. 302 Woodsville, N.H.- 747-2233 *ANTENNA SUPPLIES & INSTALLATION NEW & USED CAR SALES NEW & USED TRUCK SALES EXPERT BODY WORK COM - PLETE SERVICE GARAGE Repairs & Installation A Specialty SWEET SERVIC Bradford, Vt. 05033 Tel. (802) 222-4584 Quality Products Available. 20 year's Home 'Decorating Interior  Phone Custom (6-9 PM) Painting RIVER BEND Fishing Gear6ddS* * 00NEW Trapping- Reloading- Back S. Vt. LEFEBVRE SIDING - INSULATION - CARPENTRY - ROOFING - MASONRY (802)222-9340 Fully Insured ICHAIN VERN'S "^" ENGINES No. Haverhill, N.H. 787-6770 SAW CENTER of the Connecticut Valley SALES- SERVICE- PARTS Jonsereds-Sachs-Dolmar-PaKner-Husqvarna- Echo-Olympic-Roper & Lafont Log Splitters Skidder Chains & Cable Lawn and Garden Wheel Horse - Gilson - Hahn eWe service all small enginesm Kenyon, Jr. MASOURV/CARPmWY Free Estimates Call 439:6204 Bradford, Vt. Fireploces, chimneys, block foundotions, brick wails and hearths. Stonework, decks, re-modeling and painting. , RICHARDSON INSURANCE AGENCY, For all your insurance needs Ker,,t h' crrdSoo Margaret l˘hardson Don Perry Main St. f .m. ml[l  m -.-- m l t t0 J.M. Landsca [ Professional Landscape Design & Gardens, Lawns, Plantings & Pr m JIM MUSTY M . , /-603-272-5S64 ' "--' . Established in Dealers in Barre ] Granite & Vermont marble memorials • Cemetery J and cleaning Rufus A. Hosmer 'Conw and see Groton, Vt. 05046 (802) WANDA'S REST "Where People Care" Professional Services, Home- Senior Citizen A! 6radford,Vt. :';e t2-The Journal Opinion-April 8, 1981 [RlSTATE[ AVAILABLE FOR I-M-Sen. Stafford target BUSINESS DIRECTOR FOR RENT IIBI[N,f_A!I MEDIATE occupancy, 00o.o of conservative group kl|:[_il  and a two bedroom apart- ....... ment. Both with bath, wall to NEWBURY, VT-- for sale by FOR HFNT-- 3 l-bed apar- owner. 28 acres +-, 1 house, 2 tments, tleat included. $225. big barns, rz mile from lake, (;tn'ge ,ilunlmghm. 802-222  $43,000 or will dicker. Call 603- 4703. Itl-Ic 353-4848. 1t---4-8-81 ....................................................... I,AR(;E. allractive apl.,  carpeting, dishwasher, garage, laundry facilities. FOR RENT 2 bedroom Itea{, lights, ho! waler, rub- mobile home, Halls Lake bish removal. No pets. No Road, Newbury. Security more than one child. Deposit. deposit. $150 per month. 1-603- Woodsville 603-747-3997. :1- 353-4848. I t---4-8--˘ 4t4-!--c This Space For Rent 13 WEEKS $45 t( ntJt tsrart AGtmCV t 60'.-823-5505 I"r;tncnni:D. \\;.11. |!:, .M TORJ I _ I 00˘pear- 00errill Inc. J00ealt 9 I Montebello Street rrl Nbine A. Leuthold Wocdsvillw, NH 03785  Broker 603-747-2000 603-747-3372 PAUL MAYETTE, Asso˘iace Home: 787-6Z70 IAst No. 192-- "Neat as a Pin" -- 8 room Victorian home boasts 3 bedrooms, 1: baths. Separate living room, dining room, kitchen with pantry. Summer kitchen ..... front porch -- full basement . . . I car garage. Oil heat -- well maintained grounds with barbecue. Kitchen appliances included. Beautiful mountain & valley views. In small town, very peaceful setting. Offered at a reasonable $39,900. List No. 210-- INCOME PROPERTY -- 2 story brick building has a store on the main floor -- one 3 room and one 4 room apartment upstairs -- all premises oc- cupied. Full basement, oil fired hot water heater -- 3 heating oil hot water zones. W-W carpeting in store -- in town location -- walk to all conveniences. Income and expense figures available to interested buyer. REAL ESTATE wall carpeting, kitchen ap- pliances. Heat, lights, hot water, gas, and rubbish removal included in rent. Security deposit required. No children or pets in this well managed building. Mt. Gardner Apts., 43 Central St., Woodsville, N.H. Tel. 78%6280 or 787-6335. Edward C. Patten. 4tf-c Roger Courtemanche Courtemanche now with realty firm BRADFORD--Roger Cour- temanche of Bradford has joined the staff of D. R. Symmes & Associates, broker for United Farm Agency, Inc. in White River Junction as a full-time salesman. He will specialize in farms, land, and country properties. Courtemanche is a native of White River Junction where he grew up on a dairy farm. He is a graduate of Hartford Iiigh School and for the past 20 years has owned and managed restaurants in Bradford. He has been active in community affairs, among them, Brad- ford town lister .for four years, active member of the Con- necticut Valley Development Corp. and past president of the Connecticut Valley Jaycees. WASIIINGTON--John T. c'l'erry Dolan, Chairman of the National Conservative Political Action Committee, NCPAC). has criticized Vermont's Sen. Robert T. Stafford. for "trying to destroy President Ronald Heagan's econotnic program and fuel the fires of inflation by supporting ,increased deficit spending." Dolan referred to an at- lenlpt by Stafford to restore almost $1 billion to welfare programs which the Reagan administration and the Republican Scnate leadership Social Security is in trouble "Social Security faces a crisis in funding", warns Lester Corwin, Chairman of the Vermont TRIM Com- mittee. "The situation is so serious that by 1982 the system will run out of money to pay current benefits unless drastic changes are made in the program," he said. "Many people are unaware that the payroll taxes the government takes from workers and employers do not go into trust funds for future use by those from whom they are taken, but such funds are used to pay current benefits. So, on both a long-range and a short-range basis, the Social Security system is broke," Corwin added. tte said if private insurance companies operated the way Social Security does, owners of those companies would be prosecuted for victimizing the public. "It is essential that the rew Congress come to grips with the crisis in Social Security," he continued. The Vermont TRIM Cam, mittee has published the Winter TRIM Bulletin as a public service. It contains articles about what it describes as the waste, fraud, and mismanagement in the Courtemanche resides in Bradford with his wife administration of Social i .....  Louise. Thecouple have two Security benefits, and about No. 4236 Good cape, style home with commercial U grownc.hi!dren. . .. , the cause of inflation. As a regular feature of the potential (antiques--market garden, etc.) near exit 17,  ow !n its 53th year, umtea Bulletin, a report of how Rep. Igl on route 302. Good artesian well 2 car garage- 3 - Farm Agency, mc.. mamta!ns ,lames Jeffords, R-Vt., has level acres, many extras included. $39,500.  625 sams. at}rues m q7 stes voted on 10 significant money _ . === and specmnzes m me sam at No, z831 Newbury, 12,.2 acre woodlot. Hardwoods. i town and country homes hills isprinted on thelastpage $'3 6oo " •  business, commercial and of the Bulletin. No.4171Groton, 10 acres near state forest. $3,90o.  recreational properties and The Vermont TRIM Corn- No. 42;6.105 acres, Wrights Mt. Road, Bradford Vt. i acreage. National mittee is one of over 300 such committees which :are part of $63,; a beautiful parcel of land, facing south and ..hquartrs are in Kansas a nafibnwid, b0nofit, west, with good views; open and wooded. Owner may I t;lty, vo. nonpartisan educational finance, organization seeking to lower DAUGllTER ARRIVES A baby daughter, Abigail Wigeon Matthews, was born to Mr. and Mrs. William Mat- thews of Thetford March 30 at Alice Peck Day Memorial tlospital. taxes through less govern- ment. For further information about TRIM, contact John Curtis at S. Royalton, telephone 763-7028. No. 4191 78 acres, Bath, NH, $49,500; almost mile frontage on both Conn. River and good road about one third open farm land and two-third woods and pasture. Owner may finance; good for farming and investment. Prize money is offered for best beef recipes No. 4222 Nice. 4 bedroom home on two lovely acres near Wells River. Living room and dining room, two fireplaces, hardwood floors throughout, garage. $45,000.00. No. 4273 200 acres, Corinth, $60,000, open and wooded, brook, secluded. No. 4278 Bath, N.H on the Monroe Road. Comfortable, 3-bedroom mobile home with addition and nice 2-car garage on 'z acre. $11,200. No. 4283B l0 acres, Peacham, $6,000; frontage on all- year road; hard & soft woods; good for recreation. year-round home, on investment. Terms by seller. No. 4Z94 One acre, Newbury $3,000; good secluded CttlCAGO--The search s on for the best beef recipe in Vermont. If you have a beef dish that always gets rave reviews at home, now is the time to enter it in the 1981 National Beef Cook-Off. You could win a $1,500 first prize plus an ex- pense-paid trip to Sioux Fails, South Dakota, for the Beef Cook-Off on September 23-25. To enter, send three copies of your recipe and a brief biography; including name, address and phone number, to Mrs. Edith Bartels, Route 3, Box 58, Gettysburg, South Dakota, 5744Z Do it soon -- entries must be received by May 15. The National Beef Cook-Off is sponsored by the American National CowBelles, Inc. in cooperation with the Beef Industry Council of the Meat Board. Recipes are judged in state- by-state competition. State winners then travel to Sioux Falls for the National Beef Cook-Off. Entries from all 50 states are expected in this year's event. EDITOR'S NOTE "To date we have received building site. No. 4303 32 acres, Groton, Vt., $10,900; near Levi Pond and Groton State Forest; improved woodland, good for __ investment and recreation. Terms from owner. III I ........ Tr"i F-l"Tli ..... I Many of our homes can be owner-financed  Send for our free  of bnd and houses This Space For Rent 13 WEEKS $45 ELECTRICAL f THOMAS REALTY Bryce & Miriam Thomas o,.,,o.[ inc. REALTORS Farms-Houses-Acreage Newbuff Vt 0505 I. 80 2-866-5 961 Delightful to live in W   99 ,! living without the houseReeDing nJoy all the comfort and convenience of modern and maintenance problems associated with today's conventional home. Ward Log Homes are constructed of northern white cedar logs, unexcelled for insulating quali- ties. strength and beauty. Rugged exteriors of peeled logs keep their good looks for years without the bother of painting. Interiors are planed smooth and finished naturally, eliminating the problems associated with paint and wall finishes. Have more time for living.,. Interested? Write for free descriptive literature or if you prefer, send $5.00 for the b=attiful Ward Brochure of plans. Call itoward Jeslyn for further information or an ap- pointment to visit the Ward Display l,og llome on Rt. 302, Wells River. GAR EQU PMENT HOWARD JOSLYN Service RFD 2, WOODfiVILLE, N.ll. AUTHORIZED DEALER TEL. 747-2021 only a limited number of entries from your state in the National Beef Cook-Off. Since we would like very much to have your state represented at this year's event, we have put together the attached release explaining how your readers can enter," the sponsors said. Prizes for the Beef Cook-Off are: first place, $1,500; second place, $750; third place, $500; five honorable mentions, $100 each. As an,added incentive for contestants from Vermont, the Beef Industry Council of the Meat Board will finance travel expenses to Sioux Falls' for the state winner. Any beef dish using chuck, round, rump, fresh brisket or ground beef is eligible. The dish must contain a minimum of two pounds of beef and not more than five. The meat used must be exclusively beef. Cooking time cannot exceed four hours. Mrs. Bartels, Cook-Off Chairman, said the purpose of the National Beef Cook-Off is twofold. "First, we want to recognize and honor America's best beef cooks. Second, and perhaps more important, we want to make people aware of the delicious entrees that can be made from the lesser-known beef cuts, which are often the more economical cuts, as well," she said. Contestants must be 18 years old or older and cannot he food industry professionals, members of the American National CowBelles, or em- ployees of the National Live Stock and Meat Board. The beef dishes will be judged according to taste, ap- pearance, originality and ease of preparation. SON FOR CLOUGIIS Mr. and Mrs. John Clough of Fairlee are parents of a baby son, Jason Paul, born March 31 at Alice Peck Day Memorial Hospital. fought bitterly against. The Stafford co-sponsored measure lost by a vole of 59-40. The Reagan administration underscored the importance of defeating the bill when Vice President Bush personally presided over the debate. l)olan said he was "dismayed and appalkt at the ease in which members of the President's own party intentionally subverted the Presiden!'s economic program by insisting on spending money like l)emocrats have for 50 years." NCPAC announced last November its plan to scrutinize the record of 21 liheral Senators facing re- election next year to decide whether they are representing the views of their constituents and deserve to be re-elected. Senator Stafford was one of the 21 senators na reed. i II:e1_,l I d [tl II [M :11 SUPERIOR COURT ORANG[ COUNlff FILED Mar. 9, l$gl S 21-ll Oec STATE OF VERMONT: ORNMG[ SUPERIOR COURT :$$ COUNTY Of ORANG[: CIVIl. ACTION IN IIIE WI[tLS MVE| SEWAGE : DISPOSAl. PROJECT : 0oa(ET NO. S 21.18 Oec PETITION TO: Presg Judge, Superior Court of the State of Vermont, Orange Calmly NOW COMES, David C. Stevens, Paul Hinman, and James G. Thomas, all of Wells River, Town of Newhury, County of Orange nod State of Vermont, being the duly elected and qualified Baord of Trustees of the Villoge of Walls River, a munkipol corporotion duly organized and existing under the /ows of the State of Vermont within the Town of Newbury, County of Orange and State of Vermont, acting in their capacity as guard of Sewage Disposal Commissioners pursuant to Chapter 101 of Title 24, V.S.A. by and through their attorneys, Zuccoro & Willis, Inc., 101 Eastern Avenue, St. Johnsbury, Vermont and state the following: 1. That soid municipal corporation is under the necessity of constructing o sewage disposal system. 2. Said muaicipel corporation has caused o survey to be made of the reel estate and easements necessary for the construction of said sewoge disposal system 3. The only feesible location for a certain sewer line eosemet that is the suect of this petition is on land and premises owned by Harold 0. Taylor, Jr., of Woodsville, County of Orafton and State of New Hampshire, and Ross C. Taylor, of Bath, County of Graftea and State of New Hampshire, which seid premies ore located within the said Vilinge of Wells River, said premises being more perticulorly descried as follows: "Sq/mbg et •  on the meted,/be of the Wigs River, sdled, gaMly mstrty of the Iomga bvildln| situate4 en the lend end Immdses 14 Hendd O. Teyler, Jr., aed loss €. Taybr; theme nmdng sevth 60 IF. OO" l i distance of IS feet t • pobl; tbence rvenlng veuth 26 degrees 06" W 157.71 feet to a IXlket; thenl senlk 06  |$'" 1 66.19 feet to the nerthe Ihe ef U.S. Re.re 302; thence north 19 degrees 47" E 25.20 feet deeg the aecert/bee of U.S. Rte 02 to s F4bt; thencl north 06 dqleees $" W -61.gl feet to a pobt; tbence m 26 degrees 06" | 115.65 feet to • I; flnc north 60 degrees g0" W 17 feet to eena edge of Wdb Riw, s-ll=l I€I ill --tberly divedien fel.ing the ewtody edge of the wags River • dime of 25 feet to the point of All cannes end distances above to be • ppreximeto lad mer Inos." Tbe er ceetobed withb tbe dve- described ˘ewses end distances to be .14 • orII, more el" bee. 4. A survey of said premises is onoexed hereto ond incorporated herein by reference os Exhibit "A". S. The easement sought is for the purpose of constructing, maintaining, operating, altering, repoiring, removing, changing the size of, and reecing a line for the transportation-of and con'ying of sewoge over o route located within the above described eesament, together with necessary manholes, for the benefit of the lond and premises located in said municipol corporation and for the purposes set forth in Chter ]0) of Title 24 of V.S.A. 6. H.0. Toylor Chewolet Co., Inc., a Vermont Corporation. with on office for the transection of business in said Village of Wells River, has an interest in said premises by reason of being a lessee of the same. 7. The Wels River Savings Bank, a banking corporation with on office for the tronsection of business in said Villnge of Wells River, has an interest in said premises by holding a mortgage on said premises. 8. Estella Taylor of Wuadsville, County of Grafton, State of New Hampshire has an interest in said premises hy holding a mortgage on said premises. 9. The said Village is unable to agree with the said owners, Norok O. Taylor, Jr., nod Ross C. Taylor upon the taking of the easement described herein and more porticulorly depicted on upon said survey ead the amount of ˘omponsntion to be paid therefor. 10. It is necessary that the Villoge of Wells River acquire the easement os described above ond as depicted in Exhibit "A" fur the purposes set out in Paragraph 5 herein. WNTRF.r*ORE, your Petitioners request that the Presiding Judge of this Court fix a time and place when be or soma other Suporior Judge wiil hear all parties con- cerned ond determine whether such taking is necessary, and if it is found that such taking is necessary, aoint three disinterested potties to examine said property to be taken ondlor demoged by said Vi;Ioge and fix the componsotion to be poid therefor. ted thk 9th d/if Mdk, 191 I. VItLAG! Of WILLS RIVER, ROARD OF nlUSTUS gy: Dvid t. Willis, i=q., A Member ef the ZUCCMO A WILLIS, INC., IOI [am Avenue St. Jelmsbery, VT gSgl9 In Re: WELS RIVER $EWAG| STATE Of VERMONT: DISPOSAl. PROJECT COUNTY Of ORANGE, ss. ORDER To all persons owning or having on interest in the premises described in the Petition of David C. Stevens, Paul Hinmon and James G, Thomas, Board of Sawoge Disposal Commissioners pursuant to Chapter 101, of Title 24 V.S.A. doted March 9, 1981 at St. Johnsbory, Vermont, by and through their attorneys. 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