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ESTATE FOR SALE PUBLIC NOTICE FOR RENT ACRES--- FOR RENT-- House in Bradford. 6 rooms, bath, & garage. Available end June. 203- Reference and security or J.O. Box deposit. Frances Hyde, Bradford, Vt. 802-222-4088. HELP WANTI;D PUBLIC NOTICE r SALE - by earn lakefront I°1; Lake, 21 miles 'aer. Completely $19,0 firm. Owner PoSSible. Call 802-  vrfl.__CW AVAILABLE FOR IM- MEDIATE occupancy. A one and a two bedroom apart- ment. Both with bath, wall to wall carpeting, kitchen ap- pliances. Heat, t , lights, hot water, gas, and rubbish removal included in rent. Security deposit required. No children or pets in this well managed 13uilding. Mt. Gardner Apts., 43 Central St., Woodsville, N.H. Tel. 787-6280 or 787-6355. Edward C. Patten. 4--TF----c FOR RENT-- 20 x 25 building for office space. Call for details. 802-22-4704. 2T---6- 9--C FOR RENT-- Cottage directly on Halls Lake, Newbury, Vt. 1982 season. 2 bedrooms, kitchen, living room, sleeping porch, dining room, dock, boat, and much more. For season $1800. Call Lil 203-767- 1966 for details or write P.O. Box 305 Essex, Conn. 06426. 7T--6-30--C WANTED WANTED TO RENT-- Small trailer or camp. Reasonable or would consider caretakers situation. Write Journal Opinion, Box 222, Bradford, Vt. 05033. TF--5-12---c ANCONIA INSURANCE & REAL, ESTATE AGENCY E. Quig FrankCorbett I i4 m-,=...i Franconia, N.H. REALTOR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIE. € ecru, Piermont, $8,525. N.H., $4,500. $20,700. $5,900• Newbary, $20,000; mostly wooded; long fromoge on subdivision, homini. $4,250; wooded acrenge on oll-yeer rood. $17,000; wooded. Howbury, $3,600. Newb ., $75,000; 6000' froage; 20 acres open, , house and 190 acres, Newbury, $97;800. e on 5 acres with Pond, Ryegota, $19,500. rand 1 acre, $1U,000. 10 + acres, Chose Hollow Rd. $5,300. ($1,000 percent per a PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE AUCTI()N _ Gara(je Sales oodsville, Nil 03785 603-747.2000 ASSOCIATES Paul Mayette 787-6270 Robert Dupuis 747-2531 Beautiful view -- 6 year old chalet lake -- 2 bedrooms plus loft -- full heat and wood stove . . . $39,900. leg home -- 1 acre wooded lot mountain views. 2 bedrooms, 1 brick fireplace in master B-R ... deck. Offered at $39,500. 6 room modified cape on town lot. remodeled-fully insulated. 3 two l/z baths . . . comes with wood and Franklin stove in the L- 500. 1900 farm house on 3.3 acres -- 4 s, 1 bath. Large country kitchen, living room, library. Attached 24'x36' Cement floor . . . would be ideal for currently used as body shop. with beautiful mountain views. On -- a real bargain at $45,000. located Cape home only 31/2 yrs. old. condition; needs only some minor 3 bdrms., kitchen, dining rm.; 20+- acres of mostly soft woods. 11 L Barre. $49,900. w=3 bdrms., kitchen, dining rm., full cellar, oil hot water heat. 11/4 acres w-privacy, beautiful all & goes w-house. 15 150,000. newly renovated, 3 bdrm. Cape & wall to wall carpet. Village lot. $43,5OO. 70 Atlantic Mobile Home w-3 bdr- refrig, included. May be moved or paying rental fee. $6,500. home w-4 bdrms., kitchen, rm. w-brick hearth. 11/2 baths, lg. barn, 3 acres -- 1/2 wooded. te location. $59,500. il JCT. 5 & 25 rhSUDFORD, VT. 05033 TEL.: 802-222-4703 Broker Salesman 222-5792 I NOTICE OF ERROR IN LEGAL NOTICE In a legal notice published on May 19, 1982 In the Journal Opinion and on May 26, 1982 in the Second Opinion, notice was given that real property in Bradford, Vt. belonging to Gregory and Marie L'Ecuyer would be sold for payment of delinquent real property taxes. The description of that property in that notice was in error, and may have been read to mean that the property to be sold belonged to Gary and Toni Pape. In fact the Papes owe no delinquent taxes on real property in Bradford and there is no intent to sell any real property owned by them. The error is sincerely regretted, and an apology made. WILLIAM G. POLEY COLLECTOR OF TAXES CHRISTOPHER DYE ATTORNEY FOR WILLIAM G. POLEY PUBLIC NOTICE TO RESIDENTS OF NEWBURY & BRADFORD CHANGE OF DAYS AND HOURS ON NEWBURY SANITARY LANDFILL EFFECTIVE 24 JUNE, 1982. DUMPING WILL BE CHANGED FROM WED- NESDAY TO THURSDAY. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY REMAIN THE SAME. HOURS WILL NOW BE 8:00 AM TO 4:00 PM. Per Order Selectmen Kenneth Alger Sr. Richard V. Rosen Frederic B. Cobb It WARNING ANNUAL SCHOOL MEETING OF THE BRADFORD ACADEMY & GRADED SCHOOL DISTRICT Tuesday, June 29, 1982, A.D. 7:30 P.M. The legal voters of the Bradford Academy & Graded School District are hereby notified and warned to meet at the Bradford Academy Auditorium in Bradford, Vermont, in said District, on Tuesday, June 29, 1982 at half Mter seven in the evening to act upon the following, to wit: ARTICLE 1. To elect a Moderator and Clerk for the year ensuing. ARTICLE 4. To hear and act upon the report of the officers of said District for the past year. ARTICLE 3. To elect a Trustee of said District for three years ensuing; to elect a Treasurer for the year ensuing; and to elect all other officers required by law to be elected at said meeting. ARTICLE 4. To elect one member to serve as Director of the Union High School District No. 30 for three years. ARTICLE 5. To see if the District will vote to ap- propriate a sum of money to defray its expenses and liabilities, and if so, how much. ARTICLE 6. To see if the District will raise $20,000 for the purpose of completing energy saving projects at the Elementary School. ARTICLE 7. To see if the District will vote that all taxes be placed in the hands of the Treasurer no later than September 1, 1982, due and payable November 30, 1982, 3:00P.M. (90days) without discount. Delinquent taxes will be turned over to the Tax Collector and a penalty tax of 1 percent per month interest plus the collector's fee will be charged to all delinquent accounts. ARTICLE 8. To see if the District will vote to authorize and empower the Trustees to borrow money for current expenses pending the collection of taxes. ARTICLE 9. To see if the District will vote to repeal the tax on inventory as defined in Section 3802(14) of Title 32 of the Vermont Statues Annotated, and in lieu thereof tax business machinery and equipment in accordance with Section 3618 of that Title. ARTICLE 10. To see if the District will vote to stabilize taxes on the new building and its equipment proposed to be built by New England Bank Support on a site adjacent to the Bradford National Bank at 50 percent the first year, 40 percent the second year, 30 percent the third year, 20 percent the fourth year and 10 percent the fifth year. ARTICLE II. To see if the District will authorize the Trustees to assume control of existing bank accounts used to maintain the Bugbee Landing and Recreation Area and use said funds along with any donations that may be received from time to time to establish a trust fund to be called the Bugbee Trust Fund with income from the principal of said fund to be used for the main- tenance of said area, including the camping area and restroom facilities in the clubhouse, located adjacent to the Waits River. ARTICLE 12. To transact any other business which may legally come before said meeting. Dated at Bradford, Vermont this 21st day of May, A.D. 1982. Hazel B. Pratt Richard H. McClintock Sally A. Carson I hereby certify that the foregoing warning was duly recorded before being posted. ATTEST: Ruth O. Southworth, Clerk I I I FOR SALE--- 16 horsepower, 7100B Kubato tractor, 242 hours. $4,000. 603-989-5822. IT--6-9---PD OLD ORIENTAL RUGS WANTED Any size or condition. Call Tell Free 1-800-553-8003. RIGHT-OF-WAY MAINTENANCE In an effort to ensure its customers have continued reliable electric service at the lowest possible cost, Cen- tral Vermont Public Service Corporation will be using ground crews to chemically treat undesirable tree species in its distribution line rights-of-way. Distribution lines are the smaller lines along streets and highways serving individual homes. In the next few weeks, CVPS will be doing maintenance spraying on various distribution lines in the Towns listed below: Fairlee, West Fsirlee, Thetford, Vershire and StratfOrd. The herbicide to be used -- Krenite S -- is approved for use by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Commissioner of the Vermont Department of Agriculture after a close review by the nine-member Pesticide Advisqry Council.* All known wells, public and private water supplies, streams, and ponds along the rights-of-way have been noted and will be avoided. Vermont regulation, however, requires landowners along the above-listed rights-of-way to contact the Company and inform it of the existence of private water supplies within 100 feet of the distribution line rights-of-way. *The Pesticide Advisory Council is made up of represen- tatives from the following state departments or ag'en- cies: Forest and Parks, Water Resources, Fish and Game, Health, Agriculture, University of Vermont Exten- seen Service, Transportation, UVM College of Medicine, and UVM Entomology Department• Affected landowners with any questions regarding private water supplies, environmentally sensitive areas or information in general should contact: bert Grant, Manager of Distribution Right-of-Way Central Vermont Public Service Corporstlon 77 Grove Street Rutland, Vermont 05.701 Telephone: (Area Code 802) 773-2711 Toll Free (Vermont only): 1-800-622-4141 DIST. 1-82 WARNING ANNUAL TOWN SCHOOL DISTRICT MEETING To the voters of the Newbury School District, Greetings: The inhabitants of the Town of Newbury, legal voters in the Newbury Town School District Meeting, are hereby warned and notified to meet in the Newbury Village Hall in said Newbury, on Monday, the 28th day of June, 1982, at 8:00 P.M. to act on the following ar- ticles, viz: ARTICLE 1. To elect a Moderator for the year en- suing. ARTICLE 2. To hear and dispose of the reports of the Town School District. ARTICLE 3. To see if the Town School District will authorize the School Directors to borrow money to pay expenses in anticipation of taxes. ARTICLE 4. To see what amount the Town School District will vote to raise to pay Town School District expenses and to determine method of payment, for the fiscal year running from July 1, 1982, to June 30, 1983. ARTICLE 5. To elect one School Director to Union High School District No. 30 for a term of three years. ARTICLE 6. To elect a Town School Director for three years; a Town School Auditor for three years; a Treasurer for one year. ARTICLE 7. To transact any other business necessary to come before said meeting. Delores Drugach Russell D. Carson Gerry E. Brooks NEWBURY TOWN SCHOOL DIRECTORS Newbury, Vermont May 20, 1982 i hereby certify that the foregoing was recorded before posting. Attest: Barbara M. Welch, Town Clerk - i - I I PROPOSED STATE REGULATIONS EXPLANATION FOR CITIZENS f By low, every prepaid lutation must be pu.bli. in on abbreviated notice erm on a wed(Iv basis in selactod newspapers in the stem. The purpose'of iin9 these rngubtiom is to Give y a ch .o.nceto .r*'vqmd, orohy or n writin 9. The low also TOys the ngoncy must hal0 a puo#c neortng on a proposed regulation if 25 persons or an association having at Ionst 25 memoirs requests it in writing. To get a copy of o rule or make Sgestions to the agency, carl or write the contact person listed betow for each rlOtion. You can obo make commits to the Llslative Committee which reviews rngulatiom by contacting the Legislative Committee on Admistrative Rules, State House, Mompelior, VT 05602 (telephone= 828-2231 ). CERTIRCATION OF SCHOOL PERSOI00NEL Vermont Proposed Rule 82-P35 AGENCY: Education Deportment FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Gerard Asselin, Director, Adult Education Services, State Department of Education, State Office Building, Montpelier, VT 05602. Phone: 828-3131. FAMILY DAY CARE HOME REGISTRATION STANDARDS Vermont Proposed Rule 82-P36 AGENCY: Social and Rehabilitation Services FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Allen R. Ploof, Policy, Procedure and Regulation Consultant, Deportment of Social and Rehabilitation Services, 103 South Main Street, Waterbury, VT 05676. Phone: 241- 2149. I I June 9, 1982-The Second Opininn-Page 7A 00CLASSIFIEI)S; i: I d | Iq,] WANTED-- Toy Party demonstraters for Friendly Home Parties. Call Martha Wright 802-476-6768 or Virginia Bedell 802-439-5720 (Bradford) or Virginia Esterville 802-476- 3635. 4T--6-30---CW REPORTER Part-time We are looking for an experienced reporter to work part-time in the Woodsville, Wells River area. Call 802-2.-5281 for appointment. • iii GREAT OPPORTUNITIES for High School seniors, graduates and prior-service people to fill vacancies in armor operation, and tran- rtation. We provide up-to- e training, pay, and benefits including generous bonuses and college tuition assistance if you qualify, Call SSG Dick Odette, your local Vermont Army National Guard recruiter, at 802-674- 5685 or 222-4611 for an ap- pointment. 4T--6-2 I--C JOB INFORMATION-- Cruise Ship Jobs. Also Houston, Dallas, Overseas bS. 312-741-9780 Dept. 773A one Call Refundable. ! T--6-16--PD WANTED-- Children to babysit, 2 years and up. Experienced. Virginia Bedell 802-439-5720. 4T--6-16---C SITUATION WANTED-- Mother of 2, will babysit !n my home days or evemngs. Fenced yard, nutritious meals, can provide tran- sportation. 6Q3-747-3011. IT--6-26--PD HAVE A HIGHLY profitabie and beautiful Jean Shop of ,0ur own. Featuring the latest m Jeans, Denims, Sportswear and Western Wear. $8,900 to $12,900 includes beginning inventory, fixtures and training. You may have your store open in as little as 15 days. Call any time Mr. Hartley 1-800-527.6443. IT----6- 9---PD YOU CAN START a new career at any age. We'll provide opportunity. You provide initiative & hard work. No investment. Call 802- 476-8648. E.O.E. IT---6-9--CW GARAGE SALE-- June 12, 10- 4, Goshen Rd., Follow signs. Clothes, toys, bunkbeds, antenna, old couch. Antenna. IT-.6-9---PD iii STATE OF VERMONT NOTRE TO ClBOITORS DISTRICT OF Bradford, SS. To the Creditors of the Estate of Glenn S. Sotls late of New6ury, decmsed. John Morale, Esq. Of Wells River, Vermont 05081 hereby states that he has been oppointad o personal representative of the above estate, All creditors having claims against the above estate are required to present the claim in writing within fou˘ months offer the dote of the first publication hereof to the above persanol representative at the above address or to the Register of the Probate Court at Wells River, Vermont 05081, or said claim will be forever barred. Dated at Wells River, Vt. this 26th day of May, 1982. iohn Mm'ole Pe˘lleel legvesae 6/2-9-16 |TAlri Of VlI NOTICl TO CHOITOIS DBTRICT OF BRADFORD, SS. To the Creditors of the Estate of Boniomin A. Matthews late of Jomesvilla, New York, daceesed• David Matthews of Jomesvilio, New Ycrk hereby states that he has been appointed a personal represefltative of the obave estate. NI crtors herin 0 claims ngoiast the above estate are required to present the claim in writing within four months after the date of the first publication hereof to the obave personal representative at the office of his attorney, Phip H. Zolinger, Jr. whose address is Box 13t0, Montpellor, VT 05602, or to the Register of the Probate Court at Wells River, Vermont, or said claim will be forever honed. Doted at Montpetier, Vermont, this 13th day of May, 1982. David Matthews Irmml IleFvemttve llncuter 5126-612.9 iii.#;l l,ii00l t IIIG OP IIIAIm 01t ALLMMIiCl M IfltlL • STATE OF VERMONT I THE MATTER OF THE ESTATt OF Lr €. lii PROTE COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF To the heirs at low and eli penmns in- terested in the Estate of Lester C. Runnels, e of Nowbury, Vermont, in =aid District, daTeased: You are entitled that e written instrumont doted Octoher 7, 1969, and p=rporttn 8 to be the Lost Will and Testament of said daasod hes been presented to the Probate Court for the Oistrtct of Bradrd by Oovid Pbcey and Morilyn Whmbr, with o petition requesting Probate thereof. The  thereon hes In Jlull for the 6th day of July, ! 962 at 1000 e.m. at the Probate Court, WMls River, Vermont. You iq mponr thln and th,m to show cause, if any you my hove, why the mid instrument should not be ellowed as the Last Will and Testammt of the de˘onsed. Dated this 2od day of June, 1982. Is/Rein S. Vign Jge 619-1-23 CHALLENGING OPPORTUNITY for right couple. Requirements: love of children, patience, and understanding. Vermont residents. Pay minimal. Reward: satisfaction of helping a child and his family. Foster parenting. For information, call Mary Robert, Vermont Div. of Social Services, 295-7591., I.[11_ J BIII IL] II.l_ IU_. I REGISTERED NURSE With operating room supervisory ex- perience wanted to manage small, busy OR/CS. Contact DNS Cottage Hospital Woodsville, N.H. 03785 GOOD USED FURNITURE SUCH AS; Oak Furniture Walnut Furniture Mah000anv Furniture Or Any C0m01ete Estate ; Barber Sales Inc. 603-448-3366 We Are Pa" Prices. ESTATEAUCTION The Personalty of the Late Ethel M. Waterman North Thetford, Vermont Sunday, June 13, 1982 at 1 :O0 P.M. Exhibition from I1:00 A.M. Morning of Sale Lecation: Directly off Rte. 5 in North Thetford, Ver- mont We have been commissioned to offer at public auction, the contents of this old Cape homesteadfrom the premises under tents. Ethel Waterman lived to be in her 80's and was a life-long resident of Vermont. Items are in as found condition. In Part: Chippendale 4-drawer graduated chest with full bracket base and in as found condition; 3 pc. fancy oak Victorian bedroom set consisting of high bed, chest with mirror and commode; another Victorian bedroom set with high bed and chest with mirror; North Pole stand up oak ice chest; 42" drop leaf table; Hep- plewhite 1-drawer lightstand; turned leg 1-drawer lightstand; bow back Windsor sidechair; Windsor rocker; set of plank seat kitchen chairs; fancy maple spool bed; lift top commode; oak commode; small pine cheese type cupboard; pine washstand; fancy walnut center table; Victorian drop leaf table with leaves; wicker armchair; fancy wicker rocker; floor model record player; Victorian cane seat and back chairs and rockers; early pine wash benches; childs wagon with decoration; decorated childs sled; Victorian sewing machine; several Victorian trunks and more. Glenwood cast iron wood burning kitchen range, Bisque head doll "Daisy"; 12" Bisque head doll with kid body; china head doll; few dolls heads; dolls fur-, niture; dishes; few clothes. Children's books; old magazines; ivory handled dolls parasol; few old clothes and lace; 10" Steiff teddy bear; climbing monkey on string; chicken on springs; old games; several old post cards; picture albums; few daguerreotypes; old baskets; wooden chopping bowls; other wooden ware; tin items; lanterns; old crocks and jugs; painted Noah s ark with animals; early lg. lapped wooden furkin; iron kettles; other iron ware. Marble shelf clock; kitchen shelf clock; small china clock; bridge style lamps; Meissen style oil lamp; rayo lamp complete; other lamps; cranberry cruet; colored toothpick; pattern, pressed, Depression, Japanese, English and other glass and china; small Ironstone tureen. Painting, of lake with standing deer; painting of autumn scene; other paintings and prints; several good walnut and other frames, Few pieces of coin and sterling silver flatware; plated silver including napkin ring with butterfly; etc. Hand tools, carpenter and garden. Coins & tools, carpenter and garden. Coins including 1843 dollar; 1899 two and a half dollar; various 19th century quarters, dimes, nickels and pennies; various other later date coins. Sale Per Order of Attorney Daniel GroSsman, Norwich, Vt. Terms-Cash ar check Tent-Seats.Caterer WILLIAM A. SMITH, INC. Auctioneer and Appraiser Plainfiid, New Hampshire 03781 Tel. 603-675-2549 Consignment Sales Room 603-298.8478 N.H. License No. 2124 Me. No. 00410-- Vt. No, 2142 I II i ESTATE FOR SALE PUBLIC NOTICE FOR RENT ACRES--- FOR RENT-- House in Bradford. 6 rooms, bath, & garage. Available end June. 203- Reference and security or J.O. Box deposit. Frances Hyde, Bradford, Vt. 802-222-4088. HELP WANTI;D PUBLIC NOTICE r SALE - by earn lakefront I°1; Lake, 21 miles 'aer. Completely $19,0 firm. Owner PoSSible. Call 802-  vrfl.__CW AVAILABLE FOR IM- MEDIATE occupancy. A one and a two bedroom apart- ment. Both with bath, wall to wall carpeting, kitchen ap- pliances. Heat, t , lights, hot water, gas, and rubbish removal included in rent. Security deposit required. No children or pets in this well managed 13uilding. Mt. Gardner Apts., 43 Central St., Woodsville, N.H. Tel. 787-6280 or 787-6355. Edward C. Patten. 4--TF----c FOR RENT-- 20 x 25 building for office space. Call for details. 802-22-4704. 2T---6- 9--C FOR RENT-- Cottage directly on Halls Lake, Newbury, Vt. 1982 season. 2 bedrooms, kitchen, living room, sleeping porch, dining room, dock, boat, and much more. For season $1800. Call Lil 203-767- 1966 for details or write P.O. Box 305 Essex, Conn. 06426. 7T--6-30--C WANTED WANTED TO RENT-- Small trailer or camp. Reasonable or would consider caretakers situation. Write Journal Opinion, Box 222, Bradford, Vt. 05033. TF--5-12---c ANCONIA INSURANCE & REAL, ESTATE AGENCY E. Quig FrankCorbett I i4 m-,=...i Franconia, N.H. REALTOR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIE. € ecru, Piermont, $8,525. N.H., $4,500. $20,700. $5,900• Newbary, $20,000; mostly wooded; long fromoge on subdivision, homini. $4,250; wooded acrenge on oll-yeer rood. $17,000; wooded. Howbury, $3,600. Newb ., $75,000; 6000' froage; 20 acres open, , house and 190 acres, Newbury, $97;800. e on 5 acres with Pond, Ryegota, $19,500. rand 1 acre, $1U,000. 10 + acres, Chose Hollow Rd. $5,300. ($1,000 percent per a PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE AUCTI()N _ Gara(je Sales oodsville, Nil 03785 603-747.2000 ASSOCIATES Paul Mayette 787-6270 Robert Dupuis 747-2531 Beautiful view -- 6 year old chalet lake -- 2 bedrooms plus loft -- full heat and wood stove . . . $39,900. leg home -- 1 acre wooded lot mountain views. 2 bedrooms, 1 brick fireplace in master B-R ... deck. Offered at $39,500. 6 room modified cape on town lot. remodeled-fully insulated. 3 two l/z baths . . . comes with wood and Franklin stove in the L- 500. 1900 farm house on 3.3 acres -- 4 s, 1 bath. Large country kitchen, living room, library. Attached 24'x36' Cement floor . . . would be ideal for currently used as body shop. with beautiful mountain views. On -- a real bargain at $45,000. located Cape home only 31/2 yrs. old. condition; needs only some minor 3 bdrms., kitchen, dining rm.; 20+- acres of mostly soft woods. 11 L Barre. $49,900. w=3 bdrms., kitchen, dining rm., full cellar, oil hot water heat. 11/4 acres w-privacy, beautiful all & goes w-house. 15 150,000. newly renovated, 3 bdrm. Cape & wall to wall carpet. Village lot. $43,5OO. 70 Atlantic Mobile Home w-3 bdr- refrig, included. May be moved or paying rental fee. $6,500. home w-4 bdrms., kitchen, rm. w-brick hearth. 11/2 baths, lg. barn, 3 acres -- 1/2 wooded. te location. $59,500. il JCT. 5 & 25 rhSUDFORD, VT. 05033 TEL.: 802-222-4703 Broker Salesman 222-5792 I NOTICE OF ERROR IN LEGAL NOTICE In a legal notice published on May 19, 1982 In the Journal Opinion and on May 26, 1982 in the Second Opinion, notice was given that real property in Bradford, Vt. belonging to Gregory and Marie L'Ecuyer would be sold for payment of delinquent real property taxes. The description of that property in that notice was in error, and may have been read to mean that the property to be sold belonged to Gary and Toni Pape. In fact the Papes owe no delinquent taxes on real property in Bradford and there is no intent to sell any real property owned by them. The error is sincerely regretted, and an apology made. WILLIAM G. POLEY COLLECTOR OF TAXES CHRISTOPHER DYE ATTORNEY FOR WILLIAM G. POLEY PUBLIC NOTICE TO RESIDENTS OF NEWBURY & BRADFORD CHANGE OF DAYS AND HOURS ON NEWBURY SANITARY LANDFILL EFFECTIVE 24 JUNE, 1982. DUMPING WILL BE CHANGED FROM WED- NESDAY TO THURSDAY. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY REMAIN THE SAME. HOURS WILL NOW BE 8:00 AM TO 4:00 PM. Per Order Selectmen Kenneth Alger Sr. Richard V. Rosen Frederic B. Cobb It WARNING ANNUAL SCHOOL MEETING OF THE BRADFORD ACADEMY & GRADED SCHOOL DISTRICT Tuesday, June 29, 1982, A.D. 7:30 P.M. The legal voters of the Bradford Academy & Graded School District are hereby notified and warned to meet at the Bradford Academy Auditorium in Bradford, Vermont, in said District, on Tuesday, June 29, 1982 at half Mter seven in the evening to act upon the following, to wit: ARTICLE 1. To elect a Moderator and Clerk for the year ensuing. ARTICLE 4. To hear and act upon the report of the officers of said District for the past year. ARTICLE 3. To elect a Trustee of said District for three years ensuing; to elect a Treasurer for the year ensuing; and to elect all other officers required by law to be elected at said meeting. ARTICLE 4. To elect one member to serve as Director of the Union High School District No. 30 for three years. ARTICLE 5. To see if the District will vote to ap- propriate a sum of money to defray its expenses and liabilities, and if so, how much. ARTICLE 6. To see if the District will raise $20,000 for the purpose of completing energy saving projects at the Elementary School. ARTICLE 7. To see if the District will vote that all taxes be placed in the hands of the Treasurer no later than September 1, 1982, due and payable November 30, 1982, 3:00P.M. (90days) without discount. Delinquent taxes will be turned over to the Tax Collector and a penalty tax of 1 percent per month interest plus the collector's fee will be charged to all delinquent accounts. ARTICLE 8. To see if the District will vote to authorize and empower the Trustees to borrow money for current expenses pending the collection of taxes. ARTICLE 9. To see if the District will vote to repeal the tax on inventory as defined in Section 3802(14) of Title 32 of the Vermont Statues Annotated, and in lieu thereof tax business machinery and equipment in accordance with Section 3618 of that Title. ARTICLE 10. To see if the District will vote to stabilize taxes on the new building and its equipment proposed to be built by New England Bank Support on a site adjacent to the Bradford National Bank at 50 percent the first year, 40 percent the second year, 30 percent the third year, 20 percent the fourth year and 10 percent the fifth year. ARTICLE II. To see if the District will authorize the Trustees to assume control of existing bank accounts used to maintain the Bugbee Landing and Recreation Area and use said funds along with any donations that may be received from time to time to establish a trust fund to be called the Bugbee Trust Fund with income from the principal of said fund to be used for the main- tenance of said area, including the camping area and restroom facilities in the clubhouse, located adjacent to the Waits River. ARTICLE 12. To transact any other business which may legally come before said meeting. Dated at Bradford, Vermont this 21st day of May, A.D. 1982. Hazel B. Pratt Richard H. McClintock Sally A. Carson I hereby certify that the foregoing warning was duly recorded before being posted. ATTEST: Ruth O. Southworth, Clerk I I I FOR SALE--- 16 horsepower, 7100B Kubato tractor, 242 hours. $4,000. 603-989-5822. IT--6-9---PD OLD ORIENTAL RUGS WANTED Any size or condition. Call Tell Free 1-800-553-8003. RIGHT-OF-WAY MAINTENANCE In an effort to ensure its customers have continued reliable electric service at the lowest possible cost, Cen- tral Vermont Public Service Corporation will be using ground crews to chemically treat undesirable tree species in its distribution line rights-of-way. Distribution lines are the smaller lines along streets and highways serving individual homes. In the next few weeks, CVPS will be doing maintenance spraying on various distribution lines in the Towns listed below: Fairlee, West Fsirlee, Thetford, Vershire and StratfOrd. The herbicide to be used -- Krenite S -- is approved for use by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Commissioner of the Vermont Department of Agriculture after a close review by the nine-member Pesticide Advisqry Council.* All known wells, public and private water supplies, streams, and ponds along the rights-of-way have been noted and will be avoided. Vermont regulation, however, requires landowners along the above-listed rights-of-way to contact the Company and inform it of the existence of private water supplies within 100 feet of the distribution line rights-of-way. *The Pesticide Advisory Council is made up of represen- tatives from the following state departments or ag'en- cies: Forest and Parks, Water Resources, Fish and Game, Health, Agriculture, University of Vermont Exten- seen Service, Transportation, UVM College of Medicine, and UVM Entomology Department• Affected landowners with any questions regarding private water supplies, environmentally sensitive areas or information in general should contact: bert Grant, Manager of Distribution Right-of-Way Central Vermont Public Service Corporstlon 77 Grove Street Rutland, Vermont 05.701 Telephone: (Area Code 802) 773-2711 Toll Free (Vermont only): 1-800-622-4141 DIST. 1-82 WARNING ANNUAL TOWN SCHOOL DISTRICT MEETING To the voters of the Newbury School District, Greetings: The inhabitants of the Town of Newbury, legal voters in the Newbury Town School District Meeting, are hereby warned and notified to meet in the Newbury Village Hall in said Newbury, on Monday, the 28th day of June, 1982, at 8:00 P.M. to act on the following ar- ticles, viz: ARTICLE 1. To elect a Moderator for the year en- suing. ARTICLE 2. To hear and dispose of the reports of the Town School District. ARTICLE 3. To see if the Town School District will authorize the School Directors to borrow money to pay expenses in anticipation of taxes. ARTICLE 4. To see what amount the Town School District will vote to raise to pay Town School District expenses and to determine method of payment, for the fiscal year running from July 1, 1982, to June 30, 1983. ARTICLE 5. To elect one School Director to Union High School District No. 30 for a term of three years. ARTICLE 6. To elect a Town School Director for three years; a Town School Auditor for three years; a Treasurer for one year. ARTICLE 7. To transact any other business necessary to come before said meeting. Delores Drugach Russell D. Carson Gerry E. Brooks NEWBURY TOWN SCHOOL DIRECTORS Newbury, Vermont May 20, 1982 i hereby certify that the foregoing was recorded before posting. Attest: Barbara M. Welch, Town Clerk - i - I I PROPOSED STATE REGULATIONS EXPLANATION FOR CITIZENS f By low, every prepaid lutation must be pu.bli. in on abbreviated notice erm on a wed(Iv basis in selactod newspapers in the stem. The purpose'of iin9 these rngubtiom is to Give y a ch .o.nceto .r*'vqmd, orohy or n writin 9. The low also TOys the ngoncy must hal0 a puo#c neortng on a proposed regulation if 25 persons or an association having at Ionst 25 memoirs requests it in writing. To get a copy of o rule or make Sgestions to the agency, carl or write the contact person listed betow for each rlOtion. You can obo make commits to the Llslative Committee which reviews rngulatiom by contacting the Legislative Committee on Admistrative Rules, State House, Mompelior, VT 05602 (telephone= 828-2231 ). CERTIRCATION OF SCHOOL PERSOI00NEL Vermont Proposed Rule 82-P35 AGENCY: Education Deportment FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Gerard Asselin, Director, Adult Education Services, State Department of Education, State Office Building, Montpelier, VT 05602. Phone: 828-3131. FAMILY DAY CARE HOME REGISTRATION STANDARDS Vermont Proposed Rule 82-P36 AGENCY: Social and Rehabilitation Services FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Allen R. Ploof, Policy, Procedure and Regulation Consultant, Deportment of Social and Rehabilitation Services, 103 South Main Street, Waterbury, VT 05676. Phone: 241- 2149. I I June 9, 1982-The Second Opininn-Page 7A 00CLASSIFIEI)S; i: I d | Iq,] WANTED-- Toy Party demonstraters for Friendly Home Parties. Call Martha Wright 802-476-6768 or Virginia Bedell 802-439-5720 (Bradford) or Virginia Esterville 802-476- 3635. 4T--6-30---CW REPORTER Part-time We are looking for an experienced reporter to work part-time in the Woodsville, Wells River area. Call 802-2.-5281 for appointment. • iii GREAT OPPORTUNITIES for High School seniors, graduates and prior-service people to fill vacancies in armor operation, and tran- rtation. We provide up-to- e training, pay, and benefits including generous bonuses and college tuition assistance if you qualify, Call SSG Dick Odette, your local Vermont Army National Guard recruiter, at 802-674- 5685 or 222-4611 for an ap- pointment. 4T--6-2 I--C JOB INFORMATION-- Cruise Ship Jobs. Also Houston, Dallas, Overseas bS. 312-741-9780 Dept. 773A one Call Refundable. ! T--6-16--PD WANTED-- Children to babysit, 2 years and up. Experienced. Virginia Bedell 802-439-5720. 4T--6-16---C SITUATION WANTED-- Mother of 2, will babysit !n my home days or evemngs. Fenced yard, nutritious meals, can provide tran- sportation. 6Q3-747-3011. IT--6-26--PD HAVE A HIGHLY profitabie and beautiful Jean Shop of ,0ur own. Featuring the latest m Jeans, Denims, Sportswear and Western Wear. $8,900 to $12,900 includes beginning inventory, fixtures and training. You may have your store open in as little as 15 days. Call any time Mr. Hartley 1-800-527.6443. IT----6- 9---PD YOU CAN START a new career at any age. We'll provide opportunity. You provide initiative & hard work. No investment. Call 802- 476-8648. E.O.E. IT---6-9--CW GARAGE SALE-- June 12, 10- 4, Goshen Rd., Follow signs. Clothes, toys, bunkbeds, antenna, old couch. Antenna. IT-.6-9---PD iii STATE OF VERMONT NOTRE TO ClBOITORS DISTRICT OF Bradford, SS. To the Creditors of the Estate of Glenn S. Sotls late of New6ury, decmsed. John Morale, Esq. Of Wells River, Vermont 05081 hereby states that he has been oppointad o personal representative of the above estate, All creditors having claims against the above estate are required to present the claim in writing within fou˘ months offer the dote of the first publication hereof to the above persanol representative at the above address or to the Register of the Probate Court at Wells River, Vermont 05081, or said claim will be forever barred. Dated at Wells River, Vt. this 26th day of May, 1982. iohn Mm'ole Pe˘lleel legvesae 6/2-9-16 |TAlri Of VlI NOTICl TO CHOITOIS DBTRICT OF BRADFORD, SS. To the Creditors of the Estate of Boniomin A. Matthews late of Jomesvilla, New York, daceesed• David Matthews of Jomesvilio, New Ycrk hereby states that he has been appointed a personal represefltative of the obave estate. NI crtors herin 0 claims ngoiast the above estate are required to present the claim in writing within four months after the date of the first publication hereof to the obave personal representative at the office of his attorney, Phip H. Zolinger, Jr. whose address is Box 13t0, Montpellor, VT 05602, or to the Register of the Probate Court at Wells River, Vermont, or said claim will be forever honed. Doted at Montpetier, Vermont, this 13th day of May, 1982. David Matthews Irmml IleFvemttve llncuter 5126-612.9 iii.#;l l,ii00l t IIIG OP IIIAIm 01t ALLMMIiCl M IfltlL • STATE OF VERMONT I THE MATTER OF THE ESTATt OF Lr €. lii PROTE COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF To the heirs at low and eli penmns in- terested in the Estate of Lester C. Runnels, e of Nowbury, Vermont, in =aid District, daTeased: You are entitled that e written instrumont doted Octoher 7, 1969, and p=rporttn 8 to be the Lost Will and Testament of said daasod hes been presented to the Probate Court for the Oistrtct of Bradrd by Oovid Pbcey and Morilyn Whmbr, with o petition requesting Probate thereof. The  thereon hes In Jlull for the 6th day of July, ! 962 at 1000 e.m. at the Probate Court, WMls River, Vermont. You iq mponr thln and th,m to show cause, if any you my hove, why the mid instrument should not be ellowed as the Last Will and Testammt of the de˘onsed. Dated this 2od day of June, 1982. Is/Rein S. Vign Jge 619-1-23 CHALLENGING OPPORTUNITY for right couple. Requirements: love of children, patience, and understanding. Vermont residents. Pay minimal. Reward: satisfaction of helping a child and his family. Foster parenting. For information, call Mary Robert, Vermont Div. of Social Services, 295-7591., I.[11_ J BIII IL] II.l_ IU_. I REGISTERED NURSE With operating room supervisory ex- perience wanted to manage small, busy OR/CS. Contact DNS Cottage Hospital Woodsville, N.H. 03785 GOOD USED FURNITURE SUCH AS; Oak Furniture Walnut Furniture Mah000anv Furniture Or Any C0m01ete Estate ; Barber Sales Inc. 603-448-3366 We Are Pa" Prices. ESTATEAUCTION The Personalty of the Late Ethel M. Waterman North Thetford, Vermont Sunday, June 13, 1982 at 1 :O0 P.M. Exhibition from I1:00 A.M. Morning of Sale Lecation: Directly off Rte. 5 in North Thetford, Ver- mont We have been commissioned to offer at public auction, the contents of this old Cape homesteadfrom the premises under tents. Ethel Waterman lived to be in her 80's and was a life-long resident of Vermont. Items are in as found condition. In Part: Chippendale 4-drawer graduated chest with full bracket base and in as found condition; 3 pc. fancy oak Victorian bedroom set consisting of high bed, chest with mirror and commode; another Victorian bedroom set with high bed and chest with mirror; North Pole stand up oak ice chest; 42" drop leaf table; Hep- plewhite 1-drawer lightstand; turned leg 1-drawer lightstand; bow back Windsor sidechair; Windsor rocker; set of plank seat kitchen chairs; fancy maple spool bed; lift top commode; oak commode; small pine cheese type cupboard; pine washstand; fancy walnut center table; Victorian drop leaf table with leaves; wicker armchair; fancy wicker rocker; floor model record player; Victorian cane seat and back chairs and rockers; early pine wash benches; childs wagon with decoration; decorated childs sled; Victorian sewing machine; several Victorian trunks and more. Glenwood cast iron wood burning kitchen range, Bisque head doll "Daisy"; 12" Bisque head doll with kid body; china head doll; few dolls heads; dolls fur-, niture; dishes; few clothes. Children's books; old magazines; ivory handled dolls parasol; few old clothes and lace; 10" Steiff teddy bear; climbing monkey on string; chicken on springs; old games; several old post cards; picture albums; few daguerreotypes; old baskets; wooden chopping bowls; other wooden ware; tin items; lanterns; old crocks and jugs; painted Noah s ark with animals; early lg. lapped wooden furkin; iron kettles; other iron ware. Marble shelf clock; kitchen shelf clock; small china clock; bridge style lamps; Meissen style oil lamp; rayo lamp complete; other lamps; cranberry cruet; colored toothpick; pattern, pressed, Depression, Japanese, English and other glass and china; small Ironstone tureen. Painting, of lake with standing deer; painting of autumn scene; other paintings and prints; several good walnut and other frames, Few pieces of coin and sterling silver flatware; plated silver including napkin ring with butterfly; etc. Hand tools, carpenter and garden. Coins & tools, carpenter and garden. Coins including 1843 dollar; 1899 two and a half dollar; various 19th century quarters, dimes, nickels and pennies; various other later date coins. Sale Per Order of Attorney Daniel GroSsman, Norwich, Vt. Terms-Cash ar check Tent-Seats.Caterer WILLIAM A. SMITH, INC. Auctioneer and Appraiser Plainfiid, New Hampshire 03781 Tel. 603-675-2549 Consignment Sales Room 603-298.8478 N.H. License No. 2124 Me. No. 00410-- Vt. No, 2142 I II i