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June 2, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 5 - , , kuaries Local students 00raduate from Unwerstty of Vermont BURLINGTON-- Nearly 2000 Another 400 students were Some 343 students were of Vermont College of PoLiticalScience. in French. and M]. Jam seniors were awarded a awarded advanced degrees awarded degrees during the Medicine. Corinth: Daniel M. Carter, Thetford: Kirk P. Brown, Corinth was variety of bachelor&apos;s and from the UVM Graduate University of Vermont's 178th The following local students B.S. in Mechanical B.S. in Computer Science; --trices held for associate degreesduringthe College, and 80 men and Commencement ceremonies earned degrees : University of Vermont's 178th women took the oath of Hip- May 22. Bradford: Beth C. Barton, Commencement ceremonies pocrates following the Eighty newphysicianswere A.S. in Dental Hygiene; held May 22 by the eight un- awarding of their M.D. awarded M.D. degrees at the Veronica Dobbins, A.S. in ed • " dergraduate colleges and degrees at ceremonies of the May 22 Commencement Medical Lab Technology; 0000dine Andrewsl 90 schools. UVM College of Medicine. ceremonies of the University CharleneD. Wickman, B.A. in LS-- Funeral Mrs. Andre was a 10s MayArline13, wereAndrewS'held LedgememberShe moStis OfsurvivedOf Estherher life. byBekeahtwo Local students graduatean degree[Olll V serOntcosmetologyCOllege JSt the Post Mills MONTPELIER-- Three received Associate of in human 'e. in Burlington. nY ,,, ne Rev. Harold daughters Louise McCutchen students from the Bradford Science degree as executive During her two years at Ms. Onorato is the daughter of al feinted, and Marjorie Ricker, both of area were among the 127 administrative assistant. She Vermont College, she served Georgeand Diane Barber. illps born on Aug. 30, Post Mills; a son, Winston of seniors who received degrees is the daughter of Mrs. Cyn- as a Blue and White Guide, a Lisa A. Pierson, daughter of llu' ost Mills, where she Post Mills; a grandson; and during the May 23 graduation thin Fifield of Lake Mercy member of the Spirits Club, Gene and Deanna Pierson, Sr. bsailt._ u of her life She two great-grandchildren, ceremonies at Vermont Read, Fairlee. and was first place winner in of East Corinth, received an !7 d from T he'tford Burial was in the Post Mills College of Norwich University Katherine A. Onorato, of the 5th annual MS Dance Associate of Science degree in L', ill 1910 and taught Cemetery in Montpelier, Vt. Fairground Road in Bradford, Marathon. She plans to attend nursing. t0€ .... ' Several years The Godfrey Funeral Home Pamela R. Fifield of Fairlee received an Associate of Arts O'Brien's School of traarried Walter of Ely was in charge of , ia 1915 who died in arrangements ' PIwn liege . outh State Co raduates area students 00Adamg 90, had been PLYMOUTH-- Diane A. An education major, Harris 600 students during the commencement addresses .... • • Caron of N. Haverhill was awarded his M.Ed. college's ltlth com- delivered by New Hampshire  Wood,.qv///e re$1de/t graduated cum laude from degree by PSC President mencementceremonies. Governor Hugh Gallen and :,Vt e ! Bradford, Vt. ',: a member and Her funeral service was Chaplain of Mount held Thursday in theNewbury (]range, former Church of Christ. The Rev.  and an honorary John Haggarty, its pastor, [J% Of Ammonoosuc officiated. ona Grange and Burial will be in Pine Grove n Circle Senior Cemetery in Woodsville. • -8VILLE_ Gr Citizens' Club. MayAdams24', in90'Cottag  i'Cet" e Surviving are a son, John 're following a long Adams, Woodsville; two daughters, Mrs. Blanch L She had been a Oliver, Newbury, Vt., and of Woodsville for 70 Mrs. Louise Arocque, W. ' Canaan, N.H.; 25 grand- .:Bradford Vt., Oct. children; several great- ' e.was daughter of grandchildren and a sister,  Maggie (Lowe) Mrs. Bertha Eastman, Plymouth State College of the Kasper Marking, who con- University System of New ferred master's, bachelor's Hampshire Saturday (May and associate's degrees on 22). some 600 students during the An elementary education college's lllth corn- major, Caron was awarded mencementceremonies. her B.S. degree by PSC Teresa A. Patton of Woods- President Kasper Marking, ville, graduated from who conferred master's, Plymouth State College of the bachelor's and associate's University System of New degrees on some 600 students Hampshire Saturday <May during the college's lllth 22). commencement ceremonies. A applied business Sumner P. Harris of management major, Paten Piermont graduated from was awarded her A.S. degree Plymouth State College of the by PSC President Kasper University System of New Marking, who conferred Hampshire Saturday (May Master's, bachelor's and 22). "associate's degrees on some Robert B. Jones of Bradford graduated from Plymouth State College of the University Dr. Bruce R. Poulton, retiring chancellor of the stat'es university system. age work continues in Village of Wells River ii toRIVER - Con- sewer mainson Water Street The work was held up is very difficult to pinpoint !l cross under the and Maple Street will be pending a State of Vermont exactly to the day, as is 1 "'meonnectthenew starting this week. Stream Permit corn- pointed out by Key and the : W !! mencement date of June 1. contractor's job foreman This construction segment Har,ey Mayo of Ralph B. within budget take about one and a Goodrich, Inc. Contractors, of ' ..... ! half weeks, according to Tom South Burlington, Vt. Many ": from page l) workmen may have trudged Key, resident engineer for items may change the 7:  . Whitman & Howard, Inc. of schedule timing, such as greedg said the over the library roof with their abet, "g of to "closer equipment causing leaks to a Wellesley, Mass. -- the materials, personnel, their own roof that was replaced only a and a better system few years ago, according to school officials. The school were said to board is holding: back on to "allow more repairs to the library roof until attend officials' liability for the new leaks can be determined. Village's consulting engineering firm for the sewage project. There may be temporary traffic delays on Route 5 for approximately two days, added Key. On May 25, the Vermont weather, problems on other parts of the project, etc. However, the Village trustees have been assured that every effort will be made to provide advance in- formation through the System of New Hampshire Saturday (May 22 ). An education major, Jones was awarded, his M.Ed. degree by PSC President Kasper Marking, who con- ferred master's, bachelor's and associate's degrees on some 600 students during the college's 111th com- mencement ceremonies. The graduates heard as crowd control "Oddly enough," said Environmental Agency trustees, village man Joe said, "It's librarian Shirley Beresford, conducted an interim in- Provost, the local radio school ad- "the roof began to leak at spection of some of the "un- station, or to the individual to administrate almost exactly the same time derground facilities installed householder -- a day or two I was on the witness stand by the contractor. Only a few before the actual hookup is .{ not the referees saying that the roof hadn't heir threat of a leaked since we had it onSmallthedeficiencieSinspection report.Were notedThe accepted.made and sewage can be (" Cout. e any further repaired, contractor states that he House and building hookups teontinued from page 1 r i' t the school was Oxbow settled out of court expects to correct those items will start on two legs of the year to $303,8 as compared ttle,prmopa I stud for $675,000 in a lawsuit and be ready to start a few system -- possibly the week of to this year's budget of ,. 'Regardless of against the GAF Corporation house and building hookups on June 1. One leg is the West $262,744. :;'] said Rothen- last fall. GAF had two legs of the system tbat can side of Main Street (from This year, changes in manufactured the school's still going to traditional government be temporarily shunted TO the Cross Street south), Grove, . ll,.C = on George Hun- first roof which leaked almost other at the state or immediately after it was maintained, installed several years ago. board, that sidelines crusade from the himself Sten Lium, Oxbow's attorney in the suit, received $100,000 out of the settlement money for his efforts. Salary Negotiations The school board is ex- pected this week to settle negotiations with the Oxbow Teachers Association for a contract for next year. One grievance hearing was held last week and another was postponed. But school officials indicate a settlement is not far away. The faculty's salary in- crease had been projected in March to be somewhere in the neighborhood of around l0 percent. That number was said last week to be hovering closer to a 15 percent increase. Repairs of continued leaking voted to Corporation to the school, r roof. a 1st rest summer at rate of cost. LINC was , Some of their 14 YEARS OF EXPLIII|NCi DePdo 1.605.448-3787 RVICE BAGS & SUPPLIES. 24 HOUR EMERGENCY HEALTH SERVICE County Mental Health FREE 1.800.622-4244 ii Phone 444-2742 Call collect. SF.ARS IK)BUCK, Woodsvilte, N.H. PIKE STOll£, Pke, N.H. Mck4M'S STOle, E. Cock,h, Vt. FdRtl GENERAl., des, Vt. ORFORDVittE STORE, Orfolv|le, N.H. BATH VARIETY STORE, Beth, N.H. GltOTl GENERALSTORE, Grotto, Vt. SOUTH RYEGATE STORE, South Ryegate, Vt. STEI AUTO STOI, Bradfl, Vt. MBILLS' llqSl'l OFFICE, Lisbon, N.H. The Plymouth State com- mencement ceremonies also included the awarding of an Honorary Doctor of Science degree to Geneva Smith, associate professor of mathematics emerita at the college and a Granite State Award to Albert Beaulieu, retired administrator of Plymouth's Sceva Speare Memorial Hospital. Engineering; Jack T. Kevin P. Brown, B.S. in Plant Driscoll, B.S. in Wildlife and Soil Science. Biology. Medical Degree: Linda Fairlee: Brad P. Vietje, Hood Strand, daughter of Mr. B.A. in Zoology. (;roton: Kin H. Jordan, B.A. Haverh00 woman from Skidmore College HAVERHILL-- Bac- calaureate degrees were awarded to 525 graduating seniors, including Nancy Bruckner, of Haverhill, who received a B.A. in Physchology, Sunday, May 23, at Skidmore College's 71st commencement exercises at the Saratoga Performing Arts Center. Located in historic Saratoga Springs, N.Y., Skidmore College was chartered in 1922 as a liberal arts institution. Approximately 2,100 students are enrolled in the coeducational college. Degrees are granted in 27 major and 22 in- terdepartmental fields in- cluding pre-professional areas such as business. Skidmore also has programs with Dartmouth's Thayer School of Engineering and the Clarkson College School of Business. Bradford church elects officers BRADFORD-- The 171st Moderator, Martina Stever; Mosenthal; Our Christian Annual Meeting of the Clerk, Eris Eastman; World Mission -- Hazel Bradford Congregational Assistant Clerk, Barbara Flanders, Barbara Green and opened with a short worship Wakefield; Finance Chair- Eleanor White; Nursery service, led by Rev. John man, William Sanborn; Committee -- Marcia Knight and a recognition of Assistant Finance Chairman, TonlJinson. the 25th anniversary of the Frances Hyde; Treasurer, Also, Music Committee -- United Church of Christ. Beverly Wright; Assistant Marcia Tomlinson; Inter- Moderator Ron Tomlinson Treasurer, W. Gilbert Cole; Church Council -- Bonnie presided over the business- Church School Superin- Tomlinson and David Perry; meeting which included the tendent, Jane Munson; Historical Committee -- .acceptance of the reports and Assistant Superintendent, Barbara Palmer; Flower 'the proposed budget. Storme Odell; Audotors, Committee -- Priscilla A lively discussion on an AnthonyBrainerd; Diaconate, Melahn; Publicity Committee amendment concerning length Barbara Green, Horace -- Muriel Brainerd; Ushers of service on committees and Palmer, Andreae Mosenthal, 'Committee -- Charles boards resulted in the defeat of the amendment. The following officers and committee members were elected: Moderator, Bryson Tomlinson; Assistant Wells River. Later, Center, and Cross Streets. The programs segments will be completed, other leg is West Water Street federal level will mean that inspected, and approved for to Simonds house. All sewer counties must pick up an connections that were crossed and interrupted will be con- nected under the contract by the contractor. A few that were Crossed but not interrupted by the new (please turn to page 10) temporary discharges until the whole system is all corn neeted together and is com- plete. Completion date is now scheduled to be about October 18th, 1982, said Key. A house connection schedule Lioness Club news-- WELLS RIVER-- The Lioness field of commumty serwce or Club held their regular has contributed to community meeting at the Happy Hoar on service throughout bis or her Thursday, May 13. The high school years. $200.00 was given to help sponsor a bandieapped child for 1982-1983. from the Regional Center at Nominating Committee presented the list of officers The club voted to withdraw their membership from Lions International. The club will proceed as a local organization where their entire proceeds will be returned to the community in the form of charitable donations. At this meeting, it was voted TO give Woodsville High School and Blue Mountain High School a scholarship amounting to $100.00 each to that student who is entering a Woodsville Elementary School to attend Camp Friendship, for two weeks this summer. The club plans to plant flowers in several areas throughout the community, including the area in front of the Opera Block. "We would be happy to have any Lion's wife become a member to join with us in our ongoing service projects," said club spokesman. Cancer Crusade calls for more help HAVERHII2.,-- "There is still mem about the Seven Warning additional five percent in Medicaid costs and new costs for youngsters placed in group homes. The county's projected $16,500 budget for juvenile detention is almost 14 times larger than this year's budget of $1,200. Grafton County Com- missioners Chairman Richard Bradley said Monday that the commissioners' recom- mended budget for FY 1983 is by no means a final budget. "the only thing for sure," said Bradley, "is the uncertainty of reimbursements for the Grafton County Home." For now, said Bradley, "we have to assume that the federal and state money will not be there." He added that nothing in the budget can be assumed as final until legislators in Concord make their final budget decisions. "If the legislature comes through with some funding, that would be great.., but it doesn't seem very likely," said Bradley. QUOTE "The wise man is informed in what is right. The inferior man is informed in what will pay." Confucius WELL DRILLING ROTARY HAMMER DRILLING. 20 YEARS DRILLING EXPERIENCE COM'PlE T VV.,a TEI SY STE MSINSTALL[:D FOR FREE ESTIMATE CALL OR WRITE The E. BENEDINI Artesion Well Co. • R D Barre, V 476 4832 3"0 Y[MI$ IXPIRIIN¢I care center service Signals, the second is that the local unit as well as the New Hampshire Division raise the bulk of their funds through house to house solicitations and these funds are needed to continue these life-saving programs in the Grafton North Unit towns. Briggs asked for help to organize and anyone in- terested in helping to make this year's Crusade a success are asked to contact him at ' 444-6231. time to help fight cancer," says Attorney William Briggs of Littleton, Grafton North Unit Crusade Chairman. "We are nearly half way to our goal and to put us over the top we need help to organize the Residential Crusade in the Unit towns of Bethlehem, Bath, Woodsville, Haverhill, Franconia, and Littleton," said Briggs. Briggs, explained that a successful residential cancer ertde is very important for two reasons, the first is that this is the largest public education by the group effort annually to reach veoDle to tell VEda Perry; From The Church Zwicker. at Large, Lena Mason and Grafton-Orange Association Kenneth Murdock, St. ; Delegates -- Charles Zwicker, Trustees, Joseph Button and Hazel Flanders, Lucy Bugbee, Donald Miller; Christian and William Sanborn; Education -- Mary Miller, Alternates--Lena Masonand Barbara Joslyn, and Amelia Taxter. Marybeth Spencer; Trust The Church Council Funds -- W. Gilbert Cole and nominated the following Harold Stever, Social Action people for the Nominating -- Sally Carson, Deni Committee: Ruth Clem0nts Clol ston, and Barbara and Anita Perry. USEYOUR CHARGE ACCOUNT and Mrs. James Hood of E. awarded a MeScal Degree on May . ster's Degree: Jonathan S. Silverman of Thefford was awarded a Master's Degree on May 22. Now you can have lovely • ooking legs -- even On a budget Now there's new HANES T()O pantyhose, to give you a sheer look and feel,, at the price you've • been waiting for Your favorite styleS are here in colors to coordinate beautifully with everything you wear. Come and stock up on all the books you love for your legs, With prices like these and a name JJke Hanes . . how could you go wrong9 Sheer Pantyhose $2,50 Control Top Pontyhose $3.00 Light Support Ponwhose $4.25 Knee Highs 2/$1.95 In Our Hosiery Department OPEN FRIOA  NIGHTS 'Tit 9:00 P.M. St. Jotansbury, Vt. • WoocIsvitle I N.H I Illl I You make the car payments. We'll take care of the surprises. THE NEW DODGE GUARANTEES: THE RISK OF MAJOR REPAIR COSTS ARE ON USl 3• 5 years or 50,000 miles Free Scheduled Maintenance. Includes oil changes, oil filter, 'and spark plug replacement, valve lash and drive belt adjust- ment...all done without charge for 5 years or 50,000 miles, whichever comes first. 1.5 years or 50,000 miles Engine and Power train Pro- tection. A limited warranty on the engine and power train that covers the engine block, trans- mission case and every single part inside them...in both front and rear-wheel-drive cars. You're fully protected against unexpected repairs in the heart of your car for 5 years or 50,000 miles, whichever comes first, A $25 deductible may be required. 2• 5 yesrs or 50,000 miles Rust-through Protection• A limited warranty against outer body rust-through that covers any part of the outer body pan- els of your car rusted through under normal use. It will be repaired or replaced at no charge for 5 years or 50,000 miles, whichever comes first. k..N Unique guarantees for our high mileage, low pdce front- wheel-drive cars. '82 Dodge Omni Miser 4-Dr. Hbk. 52 E[TPAES $5499* EST. HWY= MPG"" s934 lass than Chevrolet Cavalier Cadet 4-Dr. Sedan.* =1500 less than Datsun Nissan Stanza 4-Dr. Hatchback.* '82 Dodge Aries K Wagon 40 [ S7334" EST, EPA EST HWY MPG*" '82 Dodge Aries K 2- Dr. Coupe 41 $5990" EST, EPA EST. HWY, MPG * * *764 less than Chevrolet Citation Hatchback Coupe.* s780 less than Ford Granada L 2-Dr. Sedan even with their 5% rebate.* *1724 less than Buick Regal Estate Wagon.* 250 less than Ford Granada L Wagon even with their 5O/o rebate* '82 Dodge 400 Coupe 40 [] $8043" EST EPA EST HW'Y, MPG"" P J D 1982 Dorsey Laboratories, Division of Sandoz, Inc., Lincoln, Nebraska 68501 s804 tess than Oldsmobile Cutlass Ciera 2-Dr, Coupe** *2207 less than VW Quantum Coupe.* • SMe sticker price exctuding title, taxes and destinmion charges. WSW $58 extra on Aries STANDARD EQUIPMENT LEVELS VARY. • "USe EPA estimated mpg for comparison, Your mileage may va/depending on speeO, trip length and weether Conditions. Highway mileage probably less. % Go Dodge with confidence and leave the worrying to us. SEE YOUR DODGE DEALER FOR FULL DETAILS WALKER MOTOR SALES INC. Darlmouth Cohge Ht6hway Woodsvile, HH 747-3389 or 747-3380 , ,  June 2, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 5 - , , kuaries Local students 00raduate from Unwerstty of Vermont BURLINGTON-- Nearly 2000 Another 400 students were Some 343 students were of Vermont College of PoLiticalScience. in French. and M]. Jam seniors were awarded a awarded advanced degrees awarded degrees during the Medicine. Corinth: Daniel M. Carter, Thetford: Kirk P. Brown, Corinth was variety of bachelor's and from the UVM Graduate University of Vermont's 178th The following local students B.S. in Mechanical B.S. in Computer Science; --trices held for associate degreesduringthe College, and 80 men and Commencement ceremonies earned degrees : University of Vermont's 178th women took the oath of Hip- May 22. Bradford: Beth C. Barton, Commencement ceremonies pocrates following the Eighty newphysicianswere A.S. in Dental Hygiene; held May 22 by the eight un- awarding of their M.D. awarded M.D. degrees at the Veronica Dobbins, A.S. in ed • " dergraduate colleges and degrees at ceremonies of the May 22 Commencement Medical Lab Technology; 0000dine Andrewsl 90 schools. UVM College of Medicine. ceremonies of the University CharleneD. Wickman, B.A. in LS-- Funeral Mrs. Andre was a 10s MayArline13, wereAndrewS'held LedgememberShe moStis OfsurvivedOf Estherher life. byBekeahtwo Local students graduatean degree[Olll V serOntcosmetologyCOllege JSt the Post Mills MONTPELIER-- Three received Associate of in human 'e. in Burlington. nY ,,, ne Rev. Harold daughters Louise McCutchen students from the Bradford Science degree as executive During her two years at Ms. Onorato is the daughter of al feinted, and Marjorie Ricker, both of area were among the 127 administrative assistant. She Vermont College, she served Georgeand Diane Barber. illps born on Aug. 30, Post Mills; a son, Winston of seniors who received degrees is the daughter of Mrs. Cyn- as a Blue and White Guide, a Lisa A. Pierson, daughter of llu' ost Mills, where she Post Mills; a grandson; and during the May 23 graduation thin Fifield of Lake Mercy member of the Spirits Club, Gene and Deanna Pierson, Sr. bsailt._ u of her life She two great-grandchildren, ceremonies at Vermont Read, Fairlee. and was first place winner in of East Corinth, received an !7 d from T he'tford Burial was in the Post Mills College of Norwich University Katherine A. Onorato, of the 5th annual MS Dance Associate of Science degree in L', ill 1910 and taught Cemetery in Montpelier, Vt. Fairground Road in Bradford, Marathon. She plans to attend nursing. t0€ .... ' Several years The Godfrey Funeral Home Pamela R. Fifield of Fairlee received an Associate of Arts O'Brien's School of traarried Walter of Ely was in charge of , ia 1915 who died in arrangements ' PIwn liege . outh State Co raduates area students 00Adamg 90, had been PLYMOUTH-- Diane A. An education major, Harris 600 students during the commencement addresses .... • • Caron of N. Haverhill was awarded his M.Ed. college's ltlth com- delivered by New Hampshire  Wood,.qv///e re$1de/t graduated cum laude from degree by PSC President mencementceremonies. Governor Hugh Gallen and :,Vt e ! Bradford, Vt. ',: a member and Her funeral service was Chaplain of Mount held Thursday in theNewbury (]range, former Church of Christ. The Rev.  and an honorary John Haggarty, its pastor, [J% Of Ammonoosuc officiated. ona Grange and Burial will be in Pine Grove n Circle Senior Cemetery in Woodsville. • -8VILLE_ Gr Citizens' Club. MayAdams24', in90'Cottag  i'Cet" e Surviving are a son, John 're following a long Adams, Woodsville; two daughters, Mrs. Blanch L She had been a Oliver, Newbury, Vt., and of Woodsville for 70 Mrs. Louise Arocque, W. ' Canaan, N.H.; 25 grand- .:Bradford Vt., Oct. children; several great- ' e.was daughter of grandchildren and a sister,  Maggie (Lowe) Mrs. Bertha Eastman, Plymouth State College of the Kasper Marking, who con- University System of New ferred master's, bachelor's Hampshire Saturday (May and associate's degrees on 22). some 600 students during the An elementary education college's lllth corn- major, Caron was awarded mencementceremonies. her B.S. degree by PSC Teresa A. Patton of Woods- President Kasper Marking, ville, graduated from who conferred master's, Plymouth State College of the bachelor's and associate's University System of New degrees on some 600 students Hampshire Saturday <May during the college's lllth 22). commencement ceremonies. A applied business Sumner P. Harris of management major, Paten Piermont graduated from was awarded her A.S. degree Plymouth State College of the by PSC President Kasper University System of New Marking, who conferred Hampshire Saturday (May Master's, bachelor's and 22). "associate's degrees on some Robert B. Jones of Bradford graduated from Plymouth State College of the University Dr. Bruce R. Poulton, retiring chancellor of the stat'es university system. age work continues in Village of Wells River ii toRIVER - Con- sewer mainson Water Street The work was held up is very difficult to pinpoint !l cross under the and Maple Street will be pending a State of Vermont exactly to the day, as is 1 "'meonnectthenew starting this week. Stream Permit corn- pointed out by Key and the : W !! mencement date of June 1. contractor's job foreman This construction segment Har,ey Mayo of Ralph B. within budget take about one and a Goodrich, Inc. Contractors, of ' ..... ! half weeks, according to Tom South Burlington, Vt. Many ": from page l) workmen may have trudged Key, resident engineer for items may change the 7:  . Whitman & Howard, Inc. of schedule timing, such as greedg said the over the library roof with their abet, "g of to "closer equipment causing leaks to a Wellesley, Mass. -- the materials, personnel, their own roof that was replaced only a and a better system few years ago, according to school officials. The school were said to board is holding: back on to "allow more repairs to the library roof until attend officials' liability for the new leaks can be determined. Village's consulting engineering firm for the sewage project. There may be temporary traffic delays on Route 5 for approximately two days, added Key. On May 25, the Vermont weather, problems on other parts of the project, etc. However, the Village trustees have been assured that every effort will be made to provide advance in- formation through the System of New Hampshire Saturday (May 22 ). An education major, Jones was awarded, his M.Ed. degree by PSC President Kasper Marking, who con- ferred master's, bachelor's and associate's degrees on some 600 students during the college's 111th com- mencement ceremonies. The graduates heard as crowd control "Oddly enough," said Environmental Agency trustees, village man Joe said, "It's librarian Shirley Beresford, conducted an interim in- Provost, the local radio school ad- "the roof began to leak at spection of some of the "un- station, or to the individual to administrate almost exactly the same time derground facilities installed householder -- a day or two I was on the witness stand by the contractor. Only a few before the actual hookup is .{ not the referees saying that the roof hadn't heir threat of a leaked since we had it onSmallthedeficiencieSinspection report.Were notedThe accepted.made and sewage can be (" Cout. e any further repaired, contractor states that he House and building hookups teontinued from page 1 r i' t the school was Oxbow settled out of court expects to correct those items will start on two legs of the year to $303,8 as compared ttle,prmopa I stud for $675,000 in a lawsuit and be ready to start a few system -- possibly the week of to this year's budget of ,. 'Regardless of against the GAF Corporation house and building hookups on June 1. One leg is the West $262,744. :;'] said Rothen- last fall. GAF had two legs of the system tbat can side of Main Street (from This year, changes in manufactured the school's still going to traditional government be temporarily shunted TO the Cross Street south), Grove, . ll,.C = on George Hun- first roof which leaked almost other at the state or immediately after it was maintained, installed several years ago. board, that sidelines crusade from the himself Sten Lium, Oxbow's attorney in the suit, received $100,000 out of the settlement money for his efforts. Salary Negotiations The school board is ex- pected this week to settle negotiations with the Oxbow Teachers Association for a contract for next year. One grievance hearing was held last week and another was postponed. But school officials indicate a settlement is not far away. The faculty's salary in- crease had been projected in March to be somewhere in the neighborhood of around l0 percent. That number was said last week to be hovering closer to a 15 percent increase. Repairs of continued leaking voted to Corporation to the school, r roof. a 1st rest summer at rate of cost. LINC was , Some of their 14 YEARS OF EXPLIII|NCi DePdo 1.605.448-3787 RVICE BAGS & SUPPLIES. 24 HOUR EMERGENCY HEALTH SERVICE County Mental Health FREE 1.800.622-4244 ii Phone 444-2742 Call collect. SF.ARS IK)BUCK, Woodsvilte, N.H. PIKE STOll£, Pke, N.H. Mck4M'S STOle, E. Cock,h, Vt. FdRtl GENERAl., des, Vt. ORFORDVittE STORE, Orfolv|le, N.H. BATH VARIETY STORE, Beth, N.H. GltOTl GENERALSTORE, Grotto, Vt. SOUTH RYEGATE STORE, South Ryegate, Vt. STEI AUTO STOI, Bradfl, Vt. MBILLS' llqSl'l OFFICE, Lisbon, N.H. The Plymouth State com- mencement ceremonies also included the awarding of an Honorary Doctor of Science degree to Geneva Smith, associate professor of mathematics emerita at the college and a Granite State Award to Albert Beaulieu, retired administrator of Plymouth's Sceva Speare Memorial Hospital. Engineering; Jack T. Kevin P. Brown, B.S. in Plant Driscoll, B.S. in Wildlife and Soil Science. Biology. Medical Degree: Linda Fairlee: Brad P. Vietje, Hood Strand, daughter of Mr. B.A. in Zoology. (;roton: Kin H. Jordan, B.A. Haverh00 woman from Skidmore College HAVERHILL-- Bac- calaureate degrees were awarded to 525 graduating seniors, including Nancy Bruckner, of Haverhill, who received a B.A. in Physchology, Sunday, May 23, at Skidmore College's 71st commencement exercises at the Saratoga Performing Arts Center. Located in historic Saratoga Springs, N.Y., Skidmore College was chartered in 1922 as a liberal arts institution. Approximately 2,100 students are enrolled in the coeducational college. Degrees are granted in 27 major and 22 in- terdepartmental fields in- cluding pre-professional areas such as business. Skidmore also has programs with Dartmouth's Thayer School of Engineering and the Clarkson College School of Business. Bradford church elects officers BRADFORD-- The 171st Moderator, Martina Stever; Mosenthal; Our Christian Annual Meeting of the Clerk, Eris Eastman; World Mission -- Hazel Bradford Congregational Assistant Clerk, Barbara Flanders, Barbara Green and opened with a short worship Wakefield; Finance Chair- Eleanor White; Nursery service, led by Rev. John man, William Sanborn; Committee -- Marcia Knight and a recognition of Assistant Finance Chairman, TonlJinson. the 25th anniversary of the Frances Hyde; Treasurer, Also, Music Committee -- United Church of Christ. Beverly Wright; Assistant Marcia Tomlinson; Inter- Moderator Ron Tomlinson Treasurer, W. Gilbert Cole; Church Council -- Bonnie presided over the business- Church School Superin- Tomlinson and David Perry; meeting which included the tendent, Jane Munson; Historical Committee -- .acceptance of the reports and Assistant Superintendent, Barbara Palmer; Flower 'the proposed budget. Storme Odell; Audotors, Committee -- Priscilla A lively discussion on an AnthonyBrainerd; Diaconate, Melahn; Publicity Committee amendment concerning length Barbara Green, Horace -- Muriel Brainerd; Ushers of service on committees and Palmer, Andreae Mosenthal, 'Committee -- Charles boards resulted in the defeat of the amendment. The following officers and committee members were elected: Moderator, Bryson Tomlinson; Assistant Wells River. Later, Center, and Cross Streets. The programs segments will be completed, other leg is West Water Street federal level will mean that inspected, and approved for to Simonds house. All sewer counties must pick up an connections that were crossed and interrupted will be con- nected under the contract by the contractor. A few that were Crossed but not interrupted by the new (please turn to page 10) temporary discharges until the whole system is all corn neeted together and is com- plete. Completion date is now scheduled to be about October 18th, 1982, said Key. A house connection schedule Lioness Club news-- WELLS RIVER-- The Lioness field of commumty serwce or Club held their regular has contributed to community meeting at the Happy Hoar on service throughout bis or her Thursday, May 13. The high school years. $200.00 was given to help sponsor a bandieapped child for 1982-1983. from the Regional Center at Nominating Committee presented the list of officers The club voted to withdraw their membership from Lions International. The club will proceed as a local organization where their entire proceeds will be returned to the community in the form of charitable donations. At this meeting, it was voted TO give Woodsville High School and Blue Mountain High School a scholarship amounting to $100.00 each to that student who is entering a Woodsville Elementary School to attend Camp Friendship, for two weeks this summer. The club plans to plant flowers in several areas throughout the community, including the area in front of the Opera Block. "We would be happy to have any Lion's wife become a member to join with us in our ongoing service projects," said club spokesman. Cancer Crusade calls for more help HAVERHII2.,-- "There is still mem about the Seven Warning additional five percent in Medicaid costs and new costs for youngsters placed in group homes. The county's projected $16,500 budget for juvenile detention is almost 14 times larger than this year's budget of $1,200. Grafton County Com- missioners Chairman Richard Bradley said Monday that the commissioners' recom- mended budget for FY 1983 is by no means a final budget. "the only thing for sure," said Bradley, "is the uncertainty of reimbursements for the Grafton County Home." For now, said Bradley, "we have to assume that the federal and state money will not be there." He added that nothing in the budget can be assumed as final until legislators in Concord make their final budget decisions. "If the legislature comes through with some funding, that would be great.., but it doesn't seem very likely," said Bradley. QUOTE "The wise man is informed in what is right. The inferior man is informed in what will pay." Confucius WELL DRILLING ROTARY HAMMER DRILLING. 20 YEARS DRILLING EXPERIENCE COM'PlE T VV.,a TEI SY STE MSINSTALL[:D FOR FREE ESTIMATE CALL OR WRITE The E. BENEDINI Artesion Well Co. • R D Barre, V 476 4832 3"0 Y[MI$ IXPIRIIN¢I care center service Signals, the second is that the local unit as well as the New Hampshire Division raise the bulk of their funds through house to house solicitations and these funds are needed to continue these life-saving programs in the Grafton North Unit towns. Briggs asked for help to organize and anyone in- terested in helping to make this year's Crusade a success are asked to contact him at ' 444-6231. time to help fight cancer," says Attorney William Briggs of Littleton, Grafton North Unit Crusade Chairman. "We are nearly half way to our goal and to put us over the top we need help to organize the Residential Crusade in the Unit towns of Bethlehem, Bath, Woodsville, Haverhill, Franconia, and Littleton," said Briggs. Briggs, explained that a successful residential cancer ertde is very important for two reasons, the first is that this is the largest public education by the group effort annually to reach veoDle to tell VEda Perry; From The Church Zwicker. at Large, Lena Mason and Grafton-Orange Association Kenneth Murdock, St. ; Delegates -- Charles Zwicker, Trustees, Joseph Button and Hazel Flanders, Lucy Bugbee, Donald Miller; Christian and William Sanborn; Education -- Mary Miller, Alternates--Lena Masonand Barbara Joslyn, and Amelia Taxter. Marybeth Spencer; Trust The Church Council Funds -- W. Gilbert Cole and nominated the following Harold Stever, Social Action people for the Nominating -- Sally Carson, Deni Committee: Ruth Clem0nts Clol ston, and Barbara and Anita Perry. USEYOUR CHARGE ACCOUNT and Mrs. James Hood of E. awarded a MeScal Degree on May . ster's Degree: Jonathan S. Silverman of Thefford was awarded a Master's Degree on May 22. 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