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Page 10-The Journal Opinion-June 9, 1982 I Illl!llll I % Debra Blanchard graduaIet from Brmat CoUpe Area college graduates poration. In 1981 sheserved on the Board of Directors and was elected Purchasing Agent. This past year she was elected Brycol's Director of the Year. Miss Blanchard is currently employed by K-Mart and will be serving as assistant manager in the Boston area. WAITS RIVER-- Miss Debra L. Blanchard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack C. Blanchard of Waits River, Vt., graduated Summa Cum Laude from Bryant College in Smithfield, R.I. Miss Blanchard received a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration. Debra also worked for Brycol, a student-r,,, cor- Give MEN'S SUITS. & SPORTCOATS For Graduation and Father's Use Your Charge Account Woodsville, N.H. St. Johnabury, V/t. Nancy Blanchard is Bryant College grad WAITS RIVER-- Miss Nancy L. Blanchard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack C. Blanchard of Waits River, graduated Summa Cure Laude from Bryant College in Smithfield, R.I. Miss Blanchard received an Associate degree in Secretarial Studis. Miss Blanchard has worked at the Taylor-Palmer Agency of Bradford for the past three summers. She is now em- ployed as a personal secretary for A. James Casner, former dean of Harvard University. Mr. Casner is considered one of the country's leading authorities in estate planning. Miss Blanchard plans to continue her education at Nancy Blanchard Harvard University. Area students graduate from Champlain College BURLINGTON-- Three hundred and ninety-eight students including two from our region graduated from Champlain College during the College's 104th com- mencement exercises held at Memorial auditorium on Sunday, May 9. The graduating class had 329 Vermonters representing 83 percent of this year's graduates. Champlain College president Robert A. Skiff gave the commencement address. The College presented its Distinguished Citizen of the Year Award to Hilton A. Wick, president of the Chittenden Trust Co. Mr. Wick is a past chairman of the Board of Trustees at Champlain College and is the present Chairman of the Board of Trustees at Middlebury College. Prior to the graduation ceremony a Baccalaureate Service was held at 10:00 a.m. at the Ohavi Zedek Synagogue in Burlington. Rabbi Max Wall delivered the Baccalaureate address. After the graduation ceremony a reception was held on the Champlain College campus for graduates, students, parents and guests. - Kenda Sweet, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Sweet of Bradford, with a degree in management, and Robert Taylor, son of Mr. Bruce Taylor of Fairlee, with a degree in management-- were both among the graduates this year at Champlain College. Johnson raduates 251 BRADFORD-- Two hundred graduates is: Bachelor of Fine and fifty-one students were Arts Degrees, 27; Bachelor of awarded degrees at Johnson Arts Degrees, 124; Bachelor of State College's Com- Science Degrees, 12; mencement Exercises on Bachelor's Degrees from the Sunday, May 23. External Degree Program, Teresa Marie Hahn, 39; Master of Arts in Bradford, received a B.A. in Education, 48; and the first Elementary Education(Early graduate in JSC's new Childhood). Associate of Science Degree The distribution of Program. Carol Sanborn on Dean's List BRADFORD-- Carol S; Sanborn, daughter of Mrs. Richard Sanborn of Bradford has received recognition on the Dean's List at Bradley University in Peoria, Illinois. Qualifications for the Dean's List are based on academic achievement with a minimum grade point average for the semester of 3.5, the equivalent of an A-minus on a perfect 4.0 scale. There are 211 tudents at Bradley who achieved a straight-A, 4.0 average, on the current Dean's List. There are 752 students recognized on the Dean,s List for the spring semester of the 1981-82 academic year, ac- cording to the office of Dr. John C. Hitt, Vice President for academic affairs at the university. | 1 4 YEARS OF |XPERI|NC| | SALES g SERVICE BAGS g SUPPLIES. A A A A A A A A A A A A A A v w v v v v v v v v v v v  COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL CARPEl & - .c 0.0w,,cEs v,,Y, ..00Rs "' Hale Furniture & Carpet 102-|2-$75i IlMDFOII), VT. t ..... v  v      v" I lll! ., ..,, I, I lll SMART MOVE! (For The Gmaume) DANIEL WEBSTER GIFT CEItFIFI(00/kTE Our handsome Daniel Webster Gift Certificates are easily available at any of our main floor cash registers. They can be written for any amount and they can be redeemed for any merchandise in our store including: -- the most complete selection of books in rural New England -- electronic calculators and watches --portable typewriters from Smith-Corona and TCA -- records and cassettes -- school supplies including globes, reading lamps, etc. MON.-SAT. 8:30-5:00 The Dartmouth Bookstore Hanover, New Hampshire 03755 FLY-BY IN WOODSVILLE-- The T-33 is an early aircraft of the jet age and has been a reliable trainer for many years. It is still used by the United States Air Force and other air forces around the world. The T-33 developed originally from the F-80 flight of these aircraft will fly over their up-coming celebration. CUM LAUDE-- Margaret Moulton Ames graduated Cum Laude on Sunday, May 16, 1982 from the College of St. Joseph the Provider, in Rutland, Vt. She received a Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education. She is the daughter of NIr. and Mrs. Norman Moulton of Corinth. Bradford (continued from page 1 ) Clements, "and they need some place where they can go to have a good time.., but a nice place they can respect. If they can't have a place here, then that's not going to stop them; they'll drive the 30 miles to Barre or St. John- sbury. I'd rather have them here." Bar Subject Not Over Spaulding said the trustees will have an opportunity to handle the same subject again. She said two more parties are now seeking permission to locate bars in the village. She said Eric Knapp, of Bradford, has requested to meet with the town's select- men on June 10 to present plans that provide for a new bar to be located beneath the village's post office. George Huntington, also of Bradford, is expected to bring a proposal to the village trustees on June 14 that will outline plans to locate a bar in the old train depot on Depot Road in the village, according to Spaulding. * Bank buyers (continued from page 1) offer. "Maybe our offer will force the Springfield bank to come up with something better," said Patten. Bradford National Bank's 25,000 shares of stock are said to be divided among ap- proximately 250 groups or individuals. About 20 percent of these shares are said to be owned by the bank's directors, the other 80 percent is said to be owned by private shareholders. Patten said a tender offer is usually made by sending out a public notice to shareholders asking them to take their shareholder's certificates to a predetermined depository if they want to sell. The shares would be held at the depository for a set time period. If by the end of the time period it became apparent that 51 percent of the shares were not available, then the shares would be returned. If 51 percent of the shares did come in, the shareholders would receive a check and the buyer would control the company, or in this case, the bank. DASON 'Green Mountain Boys' to fly' over Woodsville on the WOODSVILLE--The Adjutant will fly over the Woodsville General for the State of Fourth of July parade. Major Vermont has notified the General Donald E. Edwards Woodsville Area Fourth of said that he would release a July committee that the flight of T-33 jets from "Green Mountain Boys"ofthe Burlington Airport to make Vermont Air National Guard the flyover. HAVERttH00 I POLICE REPORT Deputy Adjutant General Thomas E. O'Donovan, Jr. confirmed the flight for the fourth and the time between 11:30 and 12:15. He said that Green Mountain pilots will be breaking into their own Fourth of July weekend in order to make Woodsville parade a success. O'Donovan also said that the F4D's were not ready for low level flight WOODSVILLE-- The following incidents were reported by a spokesman for the Haverhill Police Depar- tment. June 3 Chamberlain's Florist, Woodsville, reported the theft of an American flag. A Woodsville party reported an instance of telephone harrassment at 11:00 a.m. Patti G. Klark, Woodsville, reported a case of criminal mischief at 9:00 a.m. Her car, parked in front of the American Legion Home in Woodsville, had its seat cut with a knife by an unknown person or persons. Damages are estimated at $100. June 2 A S. Ryegate woman received five harrassing telephone calls, from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., at her place of employment in Woodsville. Steven Ellsworth, 21, Piermont, was charged with speeding. Joseph Arleo, 33, Lancaster, was charged with speeding. James R. Bosco, 24, McLean, Va., was charged with speeding. Stephanie Scrutin, 25, Haverhill, was charged with speeding. At 8:30 a.m. a burglary was reported at the Mountain Lakes vacation home of Thomas Kienzle, Westport, Conn. Sometime prior to June 1, entry was gained through a sliding glass door on the second floor. A tape deck, two speakers, tape, and a quantity of beer were taken. June l Donald E. Torrey, 22, Newbury, was arrested at around 3:30 p.m. in Woodsville on two bench warrants charging him with failure to appear in Haverhill District Court when summoned. He was lodged overnight in the Grafton County house of corrections in lieu of cash bail. The original charge against Torrey was operation of a motorcycle without a valid license. Edward H. Ida, 26, Wood- sville, was arrested in Mountain Lakes at about 11:00 a.m. Ida, driving a motor- cycle, led officers on a high speed chase involving both Haverhill police cruisers before he was apprehended. He was charged with operating a motor vehicle after suspension of his license, elluding a police officer, operating an unregistered Matching diamond bridal pairs, plus groom's ring: in solid 10 karat gold. Choice of 6 elegant styles. Splendid choice of smart new designs n famous quality, priced for utmost value Quality Jewelers Since 1923 Woodsville, N. H. motor vehicle, and what a police spokesman termed "other minor motor vehicle violations." The motorcycle was im- pounded and Ide was taken to the Grafton County house of corrections in lieu of $500 cash bail. He appeared in Haverhill District Court that afternoon, where his bail was reduced to $1,200 personal recognizance, and was released. A burglary of an unoccupied Mountain Lakes house was discovered by police in- vestigating other recent burglaries in the area. The vacation residence of Antonio Lagato Sr., Danbury, Conn., was entered by prying a padlock and hasp off the front door. Apparently nothing was taken, but, according to a police spokesman, property was "stacked, as if for a possible return trip." An overnight police stakeout at the house proved fruitless. A burglary of a house in Mountain Lakes was reported at 8:00 a.m. The vacation home, owned by Robert Wessman and Randy Doucett of Burlington, Conn., was entered through the front door, which was forced open, doing $50 worth of damage. Nothing was taken. QUOTE "Procrastination is the art of keeping up with yester- day." Don Marquis which is whY tM being used. William 6' president of the Area Fourth d mittee said that celebration is than last year. have already parade, and scheduled to HAVER00_ COURT WOODSVILLE-- Justice Karl T. Bruckner presided over the following cases in the Haverhill District Court on June 4. Floyd Hunt, 57, Woodsville, pleaded nolo to the charge of disorderly conduct. The case was continued for sentencing. Allen M. Robinson, 20, Haverhill, was charged with two counts of issuing bad checks. The checks were for $10 and $25. Robinson pleaded guilty on both counts and was found guilty. For issuing the $25 check, he was fined $200 plus a penalty assessment of $5, and ordered to make restitution, plus service charges, on both checks. $150 of the fine was to be suspended if the balance and full restitution were paid by 5:00 p.m. May28 Justice Bruckner presided over the following cases on May 28. George F. Smith, 25, Haverhill, was charged with operating a motor vehicle after revocation of his license. He pleaded guilty and was found guilty. Smith was fined $100 plus a penalty assessment of $10, and had his license revoked for 60 days. Peter E. Justy, 27, Pier- mont, was charged with operating an uninspected motorvehicle. He pleaded of Dupont gntron" Nylon Going formal or casual in this tuxedo ruffle front sllpon you will be a smash In this raglan sleeve top of Antron" Nylon. Choose from white linen, beige, wine rose, early violet, periwinkle blue. Sizes 3442--$17.00 Y4JFI FAMILy DIPARTMENI 8TORE St. Johnsbury, Vt. * Wooclsville, N.H. sx=oo. guilty and and was penalty Robert W. was while guilty and was Hill was fined penalty had his license days. James R. Killington, was possession of drug, guilty and was Elder was fined be eligible for discharge fine by May Michael Hollis Center, charged with being present trolled drug guilty. tenced to 6 Grafton corrections $200. The jail fine and the assessment suspended fine is paid byJ 1 John F. chester, was conduct after pleaded nolo guilty. penalty $350 of the assessment a suspended "on the defendant recognized abuse course with a written Court within 90 Roy W. Woodsville, was operating a after He pleaded found guilty. fined $100, assessment o received 30 of corrections. to be behavior fine. BRADFORD Athletic held on 7:15, Athletic Ottina. The a given in reception cafeteria. The Pele, a game career, Page 10-The Journal Opinion-June 9, 1982 I Illl!llll I % Debra Blanchard graduaIet from Brmat CoUpe Area college graduates poration. In 1981 sheserved on the Board of Directors and was elected Purchasing Agent. This past year she was elected Brycol's Director of the Year. Miss Blanchard is currently employed by K-Mart and will be serving as assistant manager in the Boston area. WAITS RIVER-- Miss Debra L. Blanchard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack C. Blanchard of Waits River, Vt., graduated Summa Cum Laude from Bryant College in Smithfield, R.I. Miss Blanchard received a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration. Debra also worked for Brycol, a student-r,,, cor- Give MEN'S SUITS. & SPORTCOATS For Graduation and Father's Use Your Charge Account Woodsville, N.H. St. Johnabury, V/t. Nancy Blanchard is Bryant College grad WAITS RIVER-- Miss Nancy L. Blanchard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack C. Blanchard of Waits River, graduated Summa Cure Laude from Bryant College in Smithfield, R.I. Miss Blanchard received an Associate degree in Secretarial Studis. Miss Blanchard has worked at the Taylor-Palmer Agency of Bradford for the past three summers. She is now em- ployed as a personal secretary for A. James Casner, former dean of Harvard University. Mr. Casner is considered one of the country's leading authorities in estate planning. Miss Blanchard plans to continue her education at Nancy Blanchard Harvard University. Area students graduate from Champlain College BURLINGTON-- Three hundred and ninety-eight students including two from our region graduated from Champlain College during the College's 104th com- mencement exercises held at Memorial auditorium on Sunday, May 9. The graduating class had 329 Vermonters representing 83 percent of this year's graduates. Champlain College president Robert A. Skiff gave the commencement address. The College presented its Distinguished Citizen of the Year Award to Hilton A. Wick, president of the Chittenden Trust Co. Mr. Wick is a past chairman of the Board of Trustees at Champlain College and is the present Chairman of the Board of Trustees at Middlebury College. Prior to the graduation ceremony a Baccalaureate Service was held at 10:00 a.m. at the Ohavi Zedek Synagogue in Burlington. Rabbi Max Wall delivered the Baccalaureate address. After the graduation ceremony a reception was held on the Champlain College campus for graduates, students, parents and guests. - Kenda Sweet, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Sweet of Bradford, with a degree in management, and Robert Taylor, son of Mr. Bruce Taylor of Fairlee, with a degree in management-- were both among the graduates this year at Champlain College. Johnson raduates 251 BRADFORD-- Two hundred graduates is: Bachelor of Fine and fifty-one students were Arts Degrees, 27; Bachelor of awarded degrees at Johnson Arts Degrees, 124; Bachelor of State College's Com- Science Degrees, 12; mencement Exercises on Bachelor's Degrees from the Sunday, May 23. External Degree Program, Teresa Marie Hahn, 39; Master of Arts in Bradford, received a B.A. in Education, 48; and the first Elementary Education(Early graduate in JSC's new Childhood). Associate of Science Degree The distribution of Program. Carol Sanborn on Dean's List BRADFORD-- Carol S; Sanborn, daughter of Mrs. Richard Sanborn of Bradford has received recognition on the Dean's List at Bradley University in Peoria, Illinois. Qualifications for the Dean's List are based on academic achievement with a minimum grade point average for the semester of 3.5, the equivalent of an A-minus on a perfect 4.0 scale. There are 211 tudents at Bradley who achieved a straight-A, 4.0 average, on the current Dean's List. There are 752 students recognized on the Dean,s List for the spring semester of the 1981-82 academic year, ac- cording to the office of Dr. John C. Hitt, Vice President for academic affairs at the university. | 1 4 YEARS OF |XPERI|NC| | SALES g SERVICE BAGS g SUPPLIES. A A A A A A A A A A A A A A v w v v v v v v v v v v v  COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL CARPEl & - .c 0.0w,,cEs v,,Y, ..00Rs "' Hale Furniture & Carpet 102-|2-$75i IlMDFOII), VT. t ..... v  v      v" I lll! ., ..,, I, I lll SMART MOVE! (For The Gmaume) DANIEL WEBSTER GIFT CEItFIFI(00/kTE Our handsome Daniel Webster Gift Certificates are easily available at any of our main floor cash registers. They can be written for any amount and they can be redeemed for any merchandise in our store including: -- the most complete selection of books in rural New England -- electronic calculators and watches --portable typewriters from Smith-Corona and TCA -- records and cassettes -- school supplies including globes, reading lamps, etc. MON.-SAT. 8:30-5:00 The Dartmouth Bookstore Hanover, New Hampshire 03755 FLY-BY IN WOODSVILLE-- The T-33 is an early aircraft of the jet age and has been a reliable trainer for many years. It is still used by the United States Air Force and other air forces around the world. The T-33 developed originally from the F-80 flight of these aircraft will fly over their up-coming celebration. CUM LAUDE-- Margaret Moulton Ames graduated Cum Laude on Sunday, May 16, 1982 from the College of St. Joseph the Provider, in Rutland, Vt. She received a Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education. She is the daughter of NIr. and Mrs. Norman Moulton of Corinth. Bradford (continued from page 1 ) Clements, "and they need some place where they can go to have a good time.., but a nice place they can respect. If they can't have a place here, then that's not going to stop them; they'll drive the 30 miles to Barre or St. John- sbury. I'd rather have them here." Bar Subject Not Over Spaulding said the trustees will have an opportunity to handle the same subject again. She said two more parties are now seeking permission to locate bars in the village. She said Eric Knapp, of Bradford, has requested to meet with the town's select- men on June 10 to present plans that provide for a new bar to be located beneath the village's post office. George Huntington, also of Bradford, is expected to bring a proposal to the village trustees on June 14 that will outline plans to locate a bar in the old train depot on Depot Road in the village, according to Spaulding. * Bank buyers (continued from page 1) offer. "Maybe our offer will force the Springfield bank to come up with something better," said Patten. Bradford National Bank's 25,000 shares of stock are said to be divided among ap- proximately 250 groups or individuals. About 20 percent of these shares are said to be owned by the bank's directors, the other 80 percent is said to be owned by private shareholders. Patten said a tender offer is usually made by sending out a public notice to shareholders asking them to take their shareholder's certificates to a predetermined depository if they want to sell. The shares would be held at the depository for a set time period. If by the end of the time period it became apparent that 51 percent of the shares were not available, then the shares would be returned. If 51 percent of the shares did come in, the shareholders would receive a check and the buyer would control the company, or in this case, the bank. DASON 'Green Mountain Boys' to fly' over Woodsville on the WOODSVILLE--The Adjutant will fly over the Woodsville General for the State of Fourth of July parade. Major Vermont has notified the General Donald E. Edwards Woodsville Area Fourth of said that he would release a July committee that the flight of T-33 jets from "Green Mountain Boys"ofthe Burlington Airport to make Vermont Air National Guard the flyover. HAVERttH00 I POLICE REPORT Deputy Adjutant General Thomas E. O'Donovan, Jr. confirmed the flight for the fourth and the time between 11:30 and 12:15. He said that Green Mountain pilots will be breaking into their own Fourth of July weekend in order to make Woodsville parade a success. O'Donovan also said that the F4D's were not ready for low level flight WOODSVILLE-- The following incidents were reported by a spokesman for the Haverhill Police Depar- tment. June 3 Chamberlain's Florist, Woodsville, reported the theft of an American flag. A Woodsville party reported an instance of telephone harrassment at 11:00 a.m. Patti G. Klark, Woodsville, reported a case of criminal mischief at 9:00 a.m. Her car, parked in front of the American Legion Home in Woodsville, had its seat cut with a knife by an unknown person or persons. Damages are estimated at $100. June 2 A S. Ryegate woman received five harrassing telephone calls, from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., at her place of employment in Woodsville. Steven Ellsworth, 21, Piermont, was charged with speeding. Joseph Arleo, 33, Lancaster, was charged with speeding. James R. Bosco, 24, McLean, Va., was charged with speeding. Stephanie Scrutin, 25, Haverhill, was charged with speeding. At 8:30 a.m. a burglary was reported at the Mountain Lakes vacation home of Thomas Kienzle, Westport, Conn. Sometime prior to June 1, entry was gained through a sliding glass door on the second floor. A tape deck, two speakers, tape, and a quantity of beer were taken. June l Donald E. Torrey, 22, Newbury, was arrested at around 3:30 p.m. in Woodsville on two bench warrants charging him with failure to appear in Haverhill District Court when summoned. He was lodged overnight in the Grafton County house of corrections in lieu of cash bail. The original charge against Torrey was operation of a motorcycle without a valid license. Edward H. Ida, 26, Wood- sville, was arrested in Mountain Lakes at about 11:00 a.m. Ida, driving a motor- cycle, led officers on a high speed chase involving both Haverhill police cruisers before he was apprehended. He was charged with operating a motor vehicle after suspension of his license, elluding a police officer, operating an unregistered Matching diamond bridal pairs, plus groom's ring: in solid 10 karat gold. Choice of 6 elegant styles. Splendid choice of smart new designs n famous quality, priced for utmost value Quality Jewelers Since 1923 Woodsville, N. H. motor vehicle, and what a police spokesman termed "other minor motor vehicle violations." The motorcycle was im- pounded and Ide was taken to the Grafton County house of corrections in lieu of $500 cash bail. He appeared in Haverhill District Court that afternoon, where his bail was reduced to $1,200 personal recognizance, and was released. A burglary of an unoccupied Mountain Lakes house was discovered by police in- vestigating other recent burglaries in the area. The vacation residence of Antonio Lagato Sr., Danbury, Conn., was entered by prying a padlock and hasp off the front door. Apparently nothing was taken, but, according to a police spokesman, property was "stacked, as if for a possible return trip." An overnight police stakeout at the house proved fruitless. A burglary of a house in Mountain Lakes was reported at 8:00 a.m. The vacation home, owned by Robert Wessman and Randy Doucett of Burlington, Conn., was entered through the front door, which was forced open, doing $50 worth of damage. Nothing was taken. QUOTE "Procrastination is the art of keeping up with yester- day." Don Marquis which is whY tM being used. William 6' president of the Area Fourth d mittee said that celebration is than last year. have already parade, and scheduled to HAVER00_ COURT WOODSVILLE-- Justice Karl T. Bruckner presided over the following cases in the Haverhill District Court on June 4. Floyd Hunt, 57, Woodsville, pleaded nolo to the charge of disorderly conduct. The case was continued for sentencing. Allen M. Robinson, 20, Haverhill, was charged with two counts of issuing bad checks. The checks were for $10 and $25. Robinson pleaded guilty on both counts and was found guilty. For issuing the $25 check, he was fined $200 plus a penalty assessment of $5, and ordered to make restitution, plus service charges, on both checks. $150 of the fine was to be suspended if the balance and full restitution were paid by 5:00 p.m. May28 Justice Bruckner presided over the following cases on May 28. George F. Smith, 25, Haverhill, was charged with operating a motor vehicle after revocation of his license. He pleaded guilty and was found guilty. Smith was fined $100 plus a penalty assessment of $10, and had his license revoked for 60 days. Peter E. Justy, 27, Pier- mont, was charged with operating an uninspected motorvehicle. He pleaded of Dupont gntron" Nylon Going formal or casual in this tuxedo ruffle front sllpon you will be a smash In this raglan sleeve top of Antron" Nylon. Choose from white linen, beige, wine rose, early violet, periwinkle blue. Sizes 3442--$17.00 Y4JFI FAMILy DIPARTMENI 8TORE St. Johnsbury, Vt. * Wooclsville, N.H. sx=oo. guilty and and was penalty Robert W. was while guilty and was Hill was fined penalty had his license days. James R. Killington, was possession of drug, guilty and was Elder was fined be eligible for discharge fine by May Michael Hollis Center, charged with being present trolled drug guilty. tenced to 6 Grafton corrections $200. The jail fine and the assessment suspended fine is paid byJ 1 John F. chester, was conduct after pleaded nolo guilty. penalty $350 of the assessment a suspended "on the defendant recognized abuse course with a written Court within 90 Roy W. Woodsville, was operating a after He pleaded found guilty. fined $100, assessment o received 30 of corrections. to be behavior fine. BRADFORD Athletic held on 7:15, Athletic Ottina. The a given in reception cafeteria. The Pele, a game career,