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.€ 25' I , ! ', l: Io zo $erwng Over 48 Communities in Northern New Hampshire and Vermont May20,1981 contestants in high school quiz contest against S. Portland, on ,Channel 8, Poland Springs, Maine. Oxbow made it to the Newbury School Design given first reading by L.F. BARNES NEWBURY--At its May monthly meeting, the Newbury Elementary School Board held the first reading of the philosophy presented by the Design Committee. Discussion indicated general approval of the philosophy as presented by the committee. The second reading of the philosophy will take place at the next monthly meting June 8. Two readings are necessary before becoming hoard policy. The design committee is continuing to function as a resource to benefit students and staff at the Newbury School. They are exploring the development of a "Junior Great Books" program. The "elf" science curriculum from the Vermont Institute of Natural Science in Oxbow board considers new competition policy BRADFORD--The Oxbow competition with local produces 'real' experience for including any changes, is "I feel that we just have to earher hat Oxbow hadbroken School Board is considering a businesses, the students sometimes taken, try to do the best we can to a previous agreement with new policy statement on the "The Board recognizes that results in competition with The issue arose when prevent any undue hardships him that the Vocational school's vocational programs conducting these (vocational) local businesses. This corn- Shearer's Greenhouse of on the business community. Center would restrict its sales that may produce some activities in a manner which petition, however, should be Bradford, operated by Earl I've always tried to do that, to the wholesale level and EIot minimized to the degree Welch and his son Robert, and provide the educational sell plants at retail, lie sub- budge possible without sacrificing complained that sales of programs I thought were sequently asked the school Fairlee to vote on school t the primary educational plants raised by Oxbow necessary," Havilland told the hoard to stop both wholesale purposes of the program," Vocational students con- Journal Opinion. and retail sales of plants by FAIRLEE--School District Voters will also consider a "We voters will consider a proposed $50,000 bond issue to said the policy statement stituted unfair competition, are not going to go out thecenter. proposed 1981-82 school budget insulate walls and roofs and circulated at the May 7 board Russell Havilland, director and advertise or run 'two for School officials contend of $302,363, a 12 per cent in- install thermopane or storm meeting, of the Oxbow Vocational one' specials to hurt anyone students need experience The policy is to get a first Center said, a number of else. We will try to do the best closest to actual btLiness crease over the current windows at the Fairlee reading at the next scheduled residents are expected to we can to educate the kids we world practices, including budget, at the annual district Elementary School, which if board meeting June 4. It is speak in behalf of the center's have and see what happens," contacts with customers, in meet June 7. approved would raise the tax expected to he at least 30 days programs at the June 4 headded, order to learn how to handle The budget proposal would rate another estimated 50 after that before final action, meeting. Earl Welch contended sales. increase the school tax rate (pleaseturntopage7) from $9.70 per $1,000 of assessed valuation to an estimated $11. Woodsville panel on drug00-alcohol WOODSVILLE--The Woodsville Elementary Parent-Teachers Group is sponsoring a Drug and Alcohol Information and Awareness Program. "As parents we feel a need to educate ourselvg, in the area of drug and alcohol abuse. In that way, we will be better prepared to educate our children and answer any questions which they may have on the subject," the group said. The panel will include Dr. Donald Kollisch from the Monroe Clinic; Denise Devlin from White Mt. Mental Health in Littleton; Sergeant Dave Lennon of the N.H. State Police; Chief Steve Savage of the Haverhill Police Dept.; Herbert Ash and Leonard Anderson of the Sheriffs Dept.; and Charles Meyers, ::! Principal of the N. Haverhill and Woedsvitle Elementary FUND-RAISER--Participants in Jump Rope tor |teart event at Woedsvllle CommunttyBtfllding. Humphrey was Oxbow Schools. itelsed high school quiz contest with The panelists will each ,Maine., . spead1[ individually on their Ha students jump for heart particular area of in- vernut volvement. Then there will he a question and answer period. panning IAh-ary__ addition The program will be WOOVSVlLLE--Students Hampshire State Association event which is designed to toward physical and car- Heart Association and also presented May 27 at 7 p.m. at from Woodsville and for Physical Education, demonstrate the benefits of diovascular fitness, demonstrates teamwork. stock generosity, building plans for the Woodsville Elementary Haverhill schools took part in Recreation and Dance, will go physical exercise as a means The event helps support the (please turn to page 6) the Lyme the addition are progressing School in the multi-purpose the nationwide Jump Rope for to help fight heart disease and addition and Architect Don Metz of room. Everyone is welcome. Heart event May 16 to raise stroke. in the Lyme is making final working However, the program is funds through pledges. Students from all grade Mountain owners drawings. The schedule of the basically structured for The money raised in the levels throughout the state of this (please turn to page 6) (pleaseturntopage3) adults, event, sponsored by the New took part in the nationwide win round "mr .v!aWsuit Three injured in Monroe blaze N. HAVERHILL--A group of should n a and Country Homes, the property owners in Mountain assessed any standby water developer of Mountain Lakes apartment over the store to All three were taken to Mary had to be dragged from the was treated for first degree the rear apartment while Lakes have won a decision in fees at all by Mountain subdivision which originally the hospital. Hitehcock Memorial Hospital burning second story apart- burns and released. Alan Riba visiting their son Lotha Riba, the New Hampshire Supreme Springs Water Co. owned all the land in the the Injured in the fire were in Hanover by the Cottage ment by his grandson. He is in was also released after being Jr. who is the owner of the Court that they do not have to The water company was subdivision. The law firm for and Lotha Riba, Sr. and his wife Hospitalambulance. Hanover with first, secondand treated for smoke inhilation, store. The Ribas are from pay small claims judgements formerly a subsidiary of Town (please turn to page 6) of an and his grandson Alan Riba. Mr. Riha is an invalid and third degree burns. His wife The Ribas were occupying Idaho. against them for water Bradford is pla ing The front apartment was the standby fees assessed against home of Mr. and Mrs. Rick their empty lots. /, , ............ ::  .... Fenoff and their four-month- The Supreme Court ruling .,€,,,g,"lriwm Dvr, -4__ i"_-- : ' old daughter. They narrowly May 11 remanded the case to e00,j00st jur jury escaped injury as they could Grafton Superior Court, where • not exit by the stairs, a hearing is scheduled June 23 BRADFORD--Planning is Arvid Johnson, spokesman for  Prevented from going out that is expected to settle the underway for Summerfest '81, the Bradford Businessmen's the side doore by the fire, the long dispute once and for all. a three-day festival of crafts, Association which is the prime . Fenoffs went to the front The hearing will give the street dancing; music and sponsor. porch. By this time the Ribas property owners and their other events on Bradford's Main street will be were out and Alan Riba attorneys from the law firm of downtown Main Street July 9- restricted to one-way traffic climbed on the gas pump to Lawrence F. Garden in 10-11. during the Summerfest catch the baby girl dropped to Hanover an opportunity to "This is the first year. We celebration to make room for him by the Fenoffs. Mr. and argue that under convenants hope it will be successful and some 60 craftsmen to set up ' Mrs. Fenoff then climbed over referred to in their deeds, they go on for many years," said (please turn to page 2) the rail and jumped to the pumps and then to the ground. ' a.m.HayesThe alarm came in at :47 Poster saswasa awakenedneighb°r'byMrS'her judged at Cottage dog and saw the fire and called the fire dept. WOODSVILLE--There was Physicians and Staff of the prize; Marshall Chase, James Monroe fire chief, Maynard an open house at Cottage hospital. Morrill Elementary School, Farr quickly called for a Hospital May 17th. The The results in the poster seeondprize. second alarm as he had posters submitted by the contest were as follows : Second Grade: Wendy preplanned in the case of a students of the area schools First Grade: Carrie Beth Fortier, Woodsville (pleaseturntopageT) were all on display and judged Steenburgh, James Morrill Elementary School, first by a group of Trustees, Elementary School, first (please turn topagez) Odord accepts two proposals ORFORD--Selectmen have ,, accepted the proposal of Harold Adams to use masonite clay board for the finish work on the town offices in Orfor- ..... dville, which is to be com- ........ pleted within 60 days of : Tuesday's starting date. - The change from textured material will not alter Adams' : successful bid of $535 for the work. = , : ' Selectmen also accepted the ' "  proposal of Red Landry and :- : : Dick Paradie of Littleton to :'  remove all collectible metal • from the town dump, paying the town $5 to $10 per load and  ' putting in a fire road. The " project is to be completed by COTTAGE HOSPITAI.,--Vlew of hospital, where school children's health care PIRE CHIEF- Chief Maynard Farr wearily rubs his eyes after more than 14 hours on duty at the fire scene in Monroe. Nov. 1. posters were Judged. if' .€ 25' I , ! ', l: Io zo $erwng Over 48 Communities in Northern New Hampshire and Vermont May20,1981 contestants in high school quiz contest against S. Portland, on ,Channel 8, Poland Springs, Maine. Oxbow made it to the Newbury School Design given first reading by L.F. BARNES NEWBURY--At its May monthly meeting, the Newbury Elementary School Board held the first reading of the philosophy presented by the Design Committee. Discussion indicated general approval of the philosophy as presented by the committee. The second reading of the philosophy will take place at the next monthly meting June 8. Two readings are necessary before becoming hoard policy. The design committee is continuing to function as a resource to benefit students and staff at the Newbury School. They are exploring the development of a "Junior Great Books" program. The "elf" science curriculum from the Vermont Institute of Natural Science in Oxbow board considers new competition policy BRADFORD--The Oxbow competition with local produces 'real' experience for including any changes, is "I feel that we just have to earher hat Oxbow hadbroken School Board is considering a businesses, the students sometimes taken, try to do the best we can to a previous agreement with new policy statement on the "The Board recognizes that results in competition with The issue arose when prevent any undue hardships him that the Vocational school's vocational programs conducting these (vocational) local businesses. This corn- Shearer's Greenhouse of on the business community. Center would restrict its sales that may produce some activities in a manner which petition, however, should be Bradford, operated by Earl I've always tried to do that, to the wholesale level and EIot minimized to the degree Welch and his son Robert, and provide the educational sell plants at retail, lie sub- budge possible without sacrificing complained that sales of programs I thought were sequently asked the school Fairlee to vote on school t the primary educational plants raised by Oxbow necessary," Havilland told the hoard to stop both wholesale purposes of the program," Vocational students con- Journal Opinion. and retail sales of plants by FAIRLEE--School District Voters will also consider a "We voters will consider a proposed $50,000 bond issue to said the policy statement stituted unfair competition, are not going to go out thecenter. proposed 1981-82 school budget insulate walls and roofs and circulated at the May 7 board Russell Havilland, director and advertise or run 'two for School officials contend of $302,363, a 12 per cent in- install thermopane or storm meeting, of the Oxbow Vocational one' specials to hurt anyone students need experience The policy is to get a first Center said, a number of else. We will try to do the best closest to actual btLiness crease over the current windows at the Fairlee reading at the next scheduled residents are expected to we can to educate the kids we world practices, including budget, at the annual district Elementary School, which if board meeting June 4. It is speak in behalf of the center's have and see what happens," contacts with customers, in meet June 7. approved would raise the tax expected to he at least 30 days programs at the June 4 headded, order to learn how to handle The budget proposal would rate another estimated 50 after that before final action, meeting. Earl Welch contended sales. increase the school tax rate (pleaseturntopage7) from $9.70 per $1,000 of assessed valuation to an estimated $11. Woodsville panel on drug00-alcohol WOODSVILLE--The Woodsville Elementary Parent-Teachers Group is sponsoring a Drug and Alcohol Information and Awareness Program. "As parents we feel a need to educate ourselvg, in the area of drug and alcohol abuse. In that way, we will be better prepared to educate our children and answer any questions which they may have on the subject," the group said. The panel will include Dr. Donald Kollisch from the Monroe Clinic; Denise Devlin from White Mt. Mental Health in Littleton; Sergeant Dave Lennon of the N.H. State Police; Chief Steve Savage of the Haverhill Police Dept.; Herbert Ash and Leonard Anderson of the Sheriffs Dept.; and Charles Meyers, ::! Principal of the N. Haverhill and Woedsvitle Elementary FUND-RAISER--Participants in Jump Rope tor |teart event at Woedsvllle CommunttyBtfllding. Humphrey was Oxbow Schools. itelsed high school quiz contest with The panelists will each ,Maine., . spead1[ individually on their Ha students jump for heart particular area of in- vernut volvement. Then there will he a question and answer period. panning IAh-ary__ addition The program will be WOOVSVlLLE--Students Hampshire State Association event which is designed to toward physical and car- Heart Association and also presented May 27 at 7 p.m. at from Woodsville and for Physical Education, demonstrate the benefits of diovascular fitness, demonstrates teamwork. stock generosity, building plans for the Woodsville Elementary Haverhill schools took part in Recreation and Dance, will go physical exercise as a means The event helps support the (please turn to page 6) the Lyme the addition are progressing School in the multi-purpose the nationwide Jump Rope for to help fight heart disease and addition and Architect Don Metz of room. Everyone is welcome. Heart event May 16 to raise stroke. in the Lyme is making final working However, the program is funds through pledges. Students from all grade Mountain owners drawings. The schedule of the basically structured for The money raised in the levels throughout the state of this (please turn to page 6) (pleaseturntopage3) adults, event, sponsored by the New took part in the nationwide win round "mr .v!aWsuit Three injured in Monroe blaze N. HAVERHILL--A group of should n a and Country Homes, the property owners in Mountain assessed any standby water developer of Mountain Lakes apartment over the store to All three were taken to Mary had to be dragged from the was treated for first degree the rear apartment while Lakes have won a decision in fees at all by Mountain subdivision which originally the hospital. Hitehcock Memorial Hospital burning second story apart- burns and released. Alan Riba visiting their son Lotha Riba, the New Hampshire Supreme Springs Water Co. owned all the land in the the Injured in the fire were in Hanover by the Cottage ment by his grandson. He is in was also released after being Jr. who is the owner of the Court that they do not have to The water company was subdivision. The law firm for and Lotha Riba, Sr. and his wife Hospitalambulance. Hanover with first, secondand treated for smoke inhilation, store. The Ribas are from pay small claims judgements formerly a subsidiary of Town (please turn to page 6) of an and his grandson Alan Riba. Mr. Riha is an invalid and third degree burns. His wife The Ribas were occupying Idaho. against them for water Bradford is pla ing The front apartment was the standby fees assessed against home of Mr. and Mrs. Rick their empty lots. /, , ............ ::  .... Fenoff and their four-month- The Supreme Court ruling .,€,,,g,"lriwm Dvr, -4__ i"_-- : ' old daughter. They narrowly May 11 remanded the case to e00,j00st jur jury escaped injury as they could Grafton Superior Court, where • not exit by the stairs, a hearing is scheduled June 23 BRADFORD--Planning is Arvid Johnson, spokesman for  Prevented from going out that is expected to settle the underway for Summerfest '81, the Bradford Businessmen's the side doore by the fire, the long dispute once and for all. a three-day festival of crafts, Association which is the prime . Fenoffs went to the front The hearing will give the street dancing; music and sponsor. porch. By this time the Ribas property owners and their other events on Bradford's Main street will be were out and Alan Riba attorneys from the law firm of downtown Main Street July 9- restricted to one-way traffic climbed on the gas pump to Lawrence F. Garden in 10-11. during the Summerfest catch the baby girl dropped to Hanover an opportunity to "This is the first year. We celebration to make room for him by the Fenoffs. Mr. and argue that under convenants hope it will be successful and some 60 craftsmen to set up ' Mrs. Fenoff then climbed over referred to in their deeds, they go on for many years," said (please turn to page 2) the rail and jumped to the pumps and then to the ground. ' a.m.HayesThe alarm came in at :47 Poster saswasa awakenedneighb°r'byMrS'her judged at Cottage dog and saw the fire and called the fire dept. WOODSVILLE--There was Physicians and Staff of the prize; Marshall Chase, James Monroe fire chief, Maynard an open house at Cottage hospital. Morrill Elementary School, Farr quickly called for a Hospital May 17th. The The results in the poster seeondprize. second alarm as he had posters submitted by the contest were as follows : Second Grade: Wendy preplanned in the case of a students of the area schools First Grade: Carrie Beth Fortier, Woodsville (pleaseturntopageT) were all on display and judged Steenburgh, James Morrill Elementary School, first by a group of Trustees, Elementary School, first (please turn topagez) Odord accepts two proposals ORFORD--Selectmen have ,, accepted the proposal of Harold Adams to use masonite clay board for the finish work on the town offices in Orfor- ..... dville, which is to be com- ........ pleted within 60 days of : Tuesday's starting date. - The change from textured material will not alter Adams' : successful bid of $535 for the work. = , : ' Selectmen also accepted the ' "  proposal of Red Landry and :- : : Dick Paradie of Littleton to :'  remove all collectible metal • from the town dump, paying the town $5 to $10 per load and  ' putting in a fire road. The " project is to be completed by COTTAGE HOSPITAI.,--Vlew of hospital, where school children's health care PIRE CHIEF- Chief Maynard Farr wearily rubs his eyes after more than 14 hours on duty at the fire scene in Monroe. Nov. 1. posters were Judged. if'