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June I0, 1981-The Second Opinion-Page 5A aim for most designers always has been the same, recon- ciling comfort with the manners and whims of each generation's own taste. Changes in clothing styles, for example, often influence the shape of the chairs we sit on, design critic Russell Lynes notes in an introduction to the exhibit's extensively researched catalog. "A lady in a bustle in a sling chair is as unthinkable," he writes, "as a man in a frock coat in designer-architect Eero Saarinen's 'womb' chair." In 1957, Saarinen himself wrote about the large, com- fortable chair he had designed a decade earlier to fit modern lifestyles. "People sit dif- ferently today than in the Victorian era," he said. "They want to sit lower and they want to slouch." Comfort, a major priority today, was given little thought until the 1800s. The ubiquitous easy chair, for example, hardly existed before the Victorian Age, primarily because the most important invention until that time relating to comfort--the spiraled or coiled inner spring--was not introduced until 1828. The rocking chair an American invention, has also offered its owners a com- fortable seat, along with something else. "The chairs," Lynes says, "had an obvious appeal to Americans, a o, ooe look at our 1981 j TOUGH ,I. 9." I - ^ FORD PICKUPS. I:'s, j J iimlP '" ... and from now until June 27th, special incentives from Ford to us enable us to make a good deal even bettefi! OPS SEA1 )RD00 !ENO00 GRAFTON MOTOR SALES, INC. Innovative furniture [R 1 thi(:;,:i:;'drnO.J, page ,A) r'fltilclt tP:Plil,hap i';:foi h00aartayil200Yec00nt00ePlnalPersthaaa;eS a drug m,-t == FOR RENT If the task is difficult, the whom mobility 'was part and with the invention of the Taking twoaspirin isa daily - - i i  i ;r COLEBROOK, N.ll.-- 5 Acre i; parcel of freedom--and still "wearable" chair. It is routine for many people. But, wooded view lots $6,500. DORIS R.COLTON is." (President Kennedy, a strapped to the legs and is it's important to remember For Rent Paved highway frontage with FtEALESTATE rocker devotee, once recalled always ready for instant that aspirin is a drug. electricity. Only $500 down East Thetford, Vt. 05043 a line about the rocker: "It sitting, albeit with dubious Overusing any drug can be Iloveyl l*olln Is aeeg41ng and payments of $80 per Telephone (802)333-4644 gives you a sense of motion comfort at times in between, dangerous. So, you ought to applleatlou  e rtqM 0. month to owner. Call owner at withoul any sense of The development of new know how much aspirin is too u two "room effick*ney. (603) 882-5390. 41--6-17--c Richard (Dick) DeGoosh 333-9623 IteM.. eleetridty, h ,llM! SACRIFICE-- CENTRAL Mike O'Donnell 333-20 danger.") materials for furniture in much, and what to do in case cam water, parldng mid FLORIDA. Two half acre lots, Technological advances in recent decades has stretched of an overdose. the 19th century also opened the imaginations and alter- To help you know more rubbish removal are all" exclusive community on 30 sq. the way for catalogs of new natives open to furniture about this drug, the U.S. Food included. Private mile lake, boating, fishing, furniture designed toservenot designers. Besides wood, and Drug Administration has bathroom, and clout. All ! swimming, tennis, golf. one but several purposes, metal and a few other MARTIlAil. DAVIES Designers created tables that traditional materials, today's a free reprint from its upplimnet and h,rMhlm Looking for someone to assume my 9 r cent mar- REAL ESTATE magazine, the FDA Con- provided in tlill mwly tgage. Will sacrifice for $1000. At Thetford Pharmacy expanded, chairs that turned home furnishings often as not sumer. For your free copy of rd'oruted eomfmrtmlde down per lot, low monthly East Thetford, Vt. 05043 into library steps and, more are fashioned from rattan, Aspirin, write to Consumer living area that mires be payments. D. Johnson, 2250 (802)785-2849 s to be appreelatl. Crump Road, Winter Haven, Member Vt.-NH. MLS bizarrely, beds concealed in paper, tubular steel, card- Focus, Dept. 635J. Pueblo, Wall-to-wall earlt kMo FI. 33880 (813)324-4570. 6t--7- piano backs. One such con- board and plastic, the last a Colorado81009. vertible- a child's high- material whose boundaries As few as twelve aspirins in been Installed. Ideul for 15--.c chair--was ingenious and only now are being explored, a 24-hour period can induce relired .people, " Very amusing, but to Lynes (For sheer fantasy, though, mild poisoning, ca'lied rea.qonable rate, Comenow "perhaps the most hideous the chair aficionado might "salicylism." Symptoms a. it wlllsoon be renld... example of the furniture pick out a chair made of include headache, dizziness, CONTACT IliOVEYR typic." It could be contorted animal horns which was ringingin the ears, dimnessof RliOPRINWOODSVli,I,E, into a folding table, rocker, or popular in hunting lodges and vision, mental confusion, incredibly, a baby carriage, trophy rooms a century ago.) drowsiness, sweating, thirst, -   Even in its day, the con- What's new and innovative hyperventilation and nausea. APARTMENT-- 1 bdrm. eft. vertible furniture trend got to in American furniture today? Even deafness can occur, apt. heat included. $225 roD. No. 4251--160 acres, Corinth, $48,000; open and be a bit "excessive," Hanks Very little, say curator Hanks though it is always reversible Call O'Brien Realty of Wooded; abandoned farm; good growing lumber; 15 notes, and such items as the and critic Lynes. "Just dead when the patient stops taking Bradford. 802-222-4703. it--6- acresor moreopen fields. piano-bed became objects of in recent years," craftsman aspirin. A high-pitched 10--c No_.q,_4.]--House on 20aeres, Ryegate, $45,000; almost ridicule. The craze for many Danko adds. And Hanks says ringing or hissing noise in the dead-end read; wooded acreage; secluded; excellent of the cross-breeds eventually "It is the consensus that U.S. ears is usually a warning FOUR BEDROOM house to gambrel-stylehousealmestnew. receded, but the multi-use technological and aesthetic signal that you are taking too rent. Call 802-439-5464. Keep design concept, he points out, innovation in this field is on much aspirin. But some lt"-6"l--P  200 acres, Corinth, $60,000, open and wooded, seems here to stay, appearing the decline, with Japan, people, particularly those brook, secluded. now in the form of elaborate Germany and Italy now the hard of hearing, may take NORTll ltAVERHILL-- One  Old farmhouse on 47 acres, Newbury, Vt. home entertainment centers leaders." toxic amounts before ear- bedroom studio apartment. House needs work, but is liveable; Good location; good Clean, carpeted. Energy ef- investment; owner may finance. $57,000. and kitchen "islands" that The three agree that most ringing appears, ficient apphances. Landromat No. 4276--105 acres, Wright's Mt., Bradford, $63,000; serve as both work and U.S. furniture manufacturers Children are much more for tenants. $40 per week. storage units, now are too concerned with susceptible to aspirin over- Blackmount Apartments. one of the mest beautiful parcels of land in VT. Portable furniture found cosmetic changes. "With a dose than adults. A single (603)787-6419. 6t--7-15--p NO. 4292B--10.7acres, Vershire, Vt., near Judgement new customers in the 19th few notable exceptions," adult tablet can be a fatal dose Ridge, $7,500. Wooded, views, townroad. century as Americans began Lynes says, the industry for an infant. Children under FOR RENT--WOODSVILLE to travel and move more often "feels that technological in- the ageof twoshould never be two bedroom apartment, No 4294 One acre, Newbury $3,0001 good secluded building site. and needed light, durable and novations are unrelated to given aspirin, except upon the ground floor, heat and hot inexpensive chairs. The profits." advice and under the super- water, security and 32acres, Groton, Vt.,$10,9001 nearLevi Pond vision of a doctor, references. 603-747-2006. 51--6- and Groton State Forest; improved woodland, good for . 24--c investment and recreation. Terms from owner. blamed ,n evoo00 o, a00p,r,n Gypsy moth is o00or00, a 00o00soo Woo00.,,e control center at once. If the Trailers; one and two fo 1 gi tio victim cannt be hospitalized bedrms' security and r a er creac n immediately, home first-aid references. 603-747-2006. 5t--6- should be administered. 24-- The gypsy moth is causing At least one group of people If the victim is conscious, an outbreak of allergic was not surprised at this new induce vomiting with Syrupof RENT WOODSVILLE-- reactions, h'fcluding welts and twist to the gypsy moth Ipecac. Then give milk or fruit Unfurnished Ist por apar- rashes which some people problems. They had suffered juice to delay the absorption of tment. Three !P,]lns, bath, developer after contact with with the welts and itching aspirin. If the victim is un- kitchen kPffig-dining room. k'Jes $175. One the insect in its caterpillar several years ago while conscious or in convulsions, year , first and last stage, serving as guinea pigs for a begin artificial respiration, monthlquired. Wood heater The U.S. Forest Service study conducted by a graduate Victims of aspirin poisoning included. 802-222-9014 mar- says the trouble started student in public health at shouldbe hospitalized quiekly nings. 2t---6-3--c several weeks ago in Con- Yale. because they may need in- necticut when an unusually The study, "Allergenic travenous fluids. AVAILABLE FOR IM- large infestation of gypsy Capabilities of the Gypsy Hemorrhaging may MEDIATE occupancy. Aerie moth larvae hatched and Moth", was conducted by Paul necessitate blood transfusion, and a two bedroom apart- began to disperse over Etkind, then an employee of and kidney failure could ment. Both with bath, wall to millions of acres of forest and the Forest Insect and Disease require dialysis, wall carpeting, kitchen ap- backyardtrees. Laboratory in Hamden, in Aspirin can be a valuable pliances. Heat, lights, hot In their early stages, the cooperation with the Yale over-the-counter drug when water, gas, and rubbish removal included in rent, caterpillars are mobile. They School of Epidemiology and used properly. It works best Security deposit required. No spin and swing from silky Public Health. , on paid of mild to moderate children or pets in this well strands: sometimes the wind As part of his masters severity, such as muscular managed building. MS. carries them several miles to thesis in puhliq health, Etkind aches and pains, backache, Gardner Aots, 3 Central $L, a new location, and an assbiate administeredhe; a, heada, If Woodsvifle,N'H Tel 787 The mobility of the young scratch ,7;borato : ':lnd Or 7-il'walC. Patten: caterpilla and their greater employees., painS, it should be for a short 4tf-c number, coupled with strong The reaetiOns ranged from period unless a doctor directs winds that lasted three or four non-existent to intense, but as otherwise. FOR RENT-- WOODSVILLE days, assured an increase in with the current outbreak, no Aspirin works well for ar- one bedroom apartment, heat the number of chance en- instances of shock or other thritic pain. It also does and hot water, security and counters with people. "The serious consequences were something even more useful, references. 603-747-2006. 5t----6- result was a near epidemic of reported. It can reduce inflammation in 24--c allergic reactions. Their findings confirmed joint tissues and surrounding. Emergency rooms were filled that the gypsy moth can cause structures. Damage to joints FOR RENT-- Bradford apartment, recently with people complaining of an allergic reaction in many is the most difficult aspect of remodeled, three rooms, stove rashes, welts, and itching," people. Brought onbycontact rheumatoid arthritis to and refrigerator furnished. the Forest Service said. with bristly hairs, the manage, and any drug that Walking distance to village, At fault are tiny hairs that swelling, reddening and rash reduces inflammation is ground floor. No pets, deposit. cover the insect's body. Called disappear in most cases in five important, for it can lessen or 802-222-4412. 5i--6-24.-c urticating hairs, they irritate to sevenhours, delay crippling. Aspirin's BEKIZb human skin and cause a So far, only Connecticut and effectiveness in reducing severe, though never fatal Massachusetts have reported inflammation also helps in GROTON-- 4 bedroom house reaction, large outbreaks of allergic treatment of rheumatic fever. -- $16;500. Owner finaneing to, ,, 4, t g('lJ'a/ 'i//aw The intensity of their reactions. But since hatching There are several new anti- qualified buyer. ,, acre, reaction caused some people time and the size of the inflammatory drugs for private setting. Call after b:00 population vary from place to treating arthritis, but aspirin P.M. 802439-5572. tf--ne N,H. 747'3323 JOUG HERE'S THE GIFT , i|YoU WON'T THROW AWAY!If IJlt OWN PERSONALIZED SOCIAL SECURITY CARD! RAOFoI ) NATIONAL BANK beau,,.., .. will provide you free of charge a zal'""-,Ul,...:,.plastlc identification, c a rd showm g your name and ,.u,tv numoer. Visit any of our four full service COmmunity offices to sign up for yours. NO FUSS - NO OBLIGATION 00NAB_RADFORD | TIONAL .BAN "= Deposits lnured To $100,000 to think that they had been bitten. In fact, the gypsy moth bites greenery, not people. For most of its life it feeds voraciously on foliage, causing the extensive damage that up to now hag been its trademark. . Doghouse (continued from page IA) Be sure to set these pieces carefully -- In4" up from the bottom of the sides and at" in from the back. Add the sides to the assembly with glue and Cad nails. Now you can add the front, being sure its bottom edge lines up with the bottom edge of the runners. This will leave a 1" gap over the deck for the pull-out floor. Cut the roof pieces to size and put them in place with glue and 6d nails. The ridge cover is shaped from a length of 2x4 (actual size equals 1%" x 3 "), and it is attached only with glue. Final step is to cut the pull- out floor to size and to bore the finger hole which makes it easy to remove the floor for cleaning. Be sure the floor slides in and out easily. Attach the indoor-outdoor carpeting to the floor with standard double-sided carpet tape so replacement, when necessary, will be an easy chore. place and from year to year, flail Of IIOnC! TO CREDnoRs DISTRICI" OF BRAIORD, SS. To the Creditors d the Estote of Cce E. Satchel late of Monroe, Connecticut, deceased. Gertrude S. Marshall of 201 East Village Road t/kmrae, Connecticut 06468 heceby states that she has been appolated o p.rscmol rive of the above estate. AH creditors having lolms against the above estate ore requited to ilzet the claim in writing within four months after tho dote of the first publication hereof to the oboe* i'sonai taxes*n- tive at the obeve address or to the Register of the Probate Court at Wells River, Vermont, or said claim will be forever btr. Doted at Me,roe, Corm. this 1st day of June, 1981. -lrudo S. Mortholl 6/10-17-24 STATE OF VERMONT NOTICi TO CREDITORS DISTRICT OF BRADFORD, SS. To the Creditors of the Estate of ESTHER R. ACKERMAN late of Foirloe, deceased. Colvin'Ackermon of Folrtee hereby states that he has been appointed personal representative of the above estate. All creditors having claims against the above estate ore required to present. the claim in writing within four months after the dote cf the first publication hereof to the above personal reprosen. totivo at the above address or to the Register of the Probate Court at Wells River, Vermont, or said claim will be forever barred. Doted at Foirlee this 26th day of May, 1981. Celvin AckormN Porsoal hpreteetetNe, lseeutor 6/3-I0-17 Smith Auto Sales Route 120 Lebanon, N.H. " Buick/Olds _ 603-448-3500 =='' or call Joe Loschiavo Bradford, Vt. 802439-5466 is much cheaper, and for most patients, at least as effective. Most physicians still consider it the drug of first choice for rheumatoid arthritis. When you order a copy of Aspirin (free), you'll also receive a copy of the free Consumer In form ailon Catalog. Published quarterly by the Consumer Information Center of the General Services Administration, the Catalog lists over 200 free or low-cnst booklets of consumer interest. BITS OF INFORMATION In the 16th century a good cow STATE OF VIIMONT NOTICI TO CREDITORS DISTRICT OF Bradford, SS. To the Creditors of the Estate of HELEN $. WELLS late of Nowbory, deceased. Gavin A. Reid and First Vermont Bak and Trust Co. of Nowbury, Vt. and Borre, Vt. hereby state that they have been appointed personal representatives of the above estate. All creditors having claims against the above estate ore required to present tho claim in writing within four months after the date of'the first pullcotion hereof to the above porsonol rapresen- totives at the above address or to the Register of the Probate Court at Wells River, Vermont, or said claim will be forever harrad. Doted at Newbury, Vs. this 2$th day of May, 1981. First Vermont Bank and Trust Company by: Michool J. Vonuti its: Vice President yielded only four gallons of PtnonatReln..oetetlv.. milk a day. Now a good cow q,in A. Reid, Esq. can yield 8 or 9 gallons, bl z.t 0.17 No. 4316--WELLS RIVER. This beautifully main'rained 1839 home has 8 rooms and is located on a very nice lot. There are two baths, 2 zone, hot water baseboard heat and a 2 car garage. It is well insulated, has nice por- ches and a good garden spot. Taxes are approximately 800.00 per ,ear. Price }451000.00 No. 4317--NEWBURY. New, custom crafted, white cedar, log home. Four rooms, expandable to six, with full basement and well insulated. Beautiful kitchen with spacious custom-built cabinets, lovely living area with custom-made chandelier. This well-built home, has a woed-gas combination heating stem or lo heat bill and is situated on 2 beautiiul acres. Drive out ! todayand see this lovely home 1 mile from route 302 on Scotch Hollow Road. Price 149,900.00. No. 4321 10 acres. Newbury. VT, $4,000; on Class 4 road for '/ mile; same distance from electricity; good growing hardwoods; good for recreation and in- vestment, but at present not good for year-round living; owner will finance. No. 4326---15.5 acres. Piermont. NH -- $8,525; a few hundred feet from maintained road; one-third open, two-thirds wooded; good views to west; brook; good terms from owners. APPLICATIONS 756D.--Newbury -- Cottage on lake w-loft, wrap around screen porch overlooking lake; dock, even a boat! Ideal vacation home. $30,000. I 757D.---42orinth -- 1800 Cape home w-ell and 4 bdrms. Scenic 12 acre parcel w-9 acre meadow, brook bordering property. $39,500. 743D.--Bradford -- Privately located 3 bdrm. Ranch home w-full cellar, I% baths, sliding glass door to back yard. FHA approved. $45,000. 733D.--Bradford -- Renovated Cape w-3 bdrms., modern kitchen, wood stove hook-up, formal dining rm., village edge location, 2 acres, at- tached barn & workshop. $49,900. O'Brien Realty of Bradford JCT.5 & 25 t BRADFORD, VERMONT 05033 ...- TEL: 2224703 / // rmo00 / / aparl || aants || rent. /l Illage being taken for Attractive apartments for the elderly (62 years or more) or permanently handicapped. also remodeled apartments for LowIncome Housing. Eligible tenants will pay no more than /4 of their income for rent. For further information contact Colonial Village at O'BHen Realty, Jet. 5 & 25 Bradford, Vermont or call 802-222-4703. /dl applications ore give on equal opportunity for housing osmtonce. Lisbon Inn... Lisbon, New Hampshire Attractively Remodeled Senior Citizens Apartment Complex... NOW RENTING.. These attractively remodelled apartments for the elderly (62 years or more) or permanently ban- dicapped. Eligible tenants will pay no more than one quarter of their income for rent. Telephone Collect (802) 748-8235 Appointments con be arranged to provide assistance in making op#icotic, n to live in this com#etely remodeled Senior Citizen apartment complex. Northern Community Management Corporation For Further Information Contact: Greg Gallagher, Box 432, St. Johnsbury. VT 05819 , or call COLLECT 802-748-8235 The housing is avalablo to off withom regard to race, color, religion or notional origin, June I0, 1981-The Second Opinion-Page 5A 00thlng Gifts Orig,I d=.= t,N.H. aim for most designers always has been the same, recon- ciling comfort with the manners and whims of each generation's own taste. Changes in clothing styles, for example, often influence the shape of the chairs we sit on, design critic Russell Lynes notes in an introduction to the exhibit's extensively researched catalog. "A lady in a bustle in a sling chair is as unthinkable," he writes, "as a man in a frock coat in designer-architect Eero Saarinen's 'womb' chair." In 1957, Saarinen himself wrote about the large, com- fortable chair he had designed a decade earlier to fit modern lifestyles. "People sit dif- ferently today than in the Victorian era," he said. "They want to sit lower and they want to slouch." Comfort, a major priority today, was given little thought until the 1800s. The ubiquitous easy chair, for example, hardly existed before the Victorian Age, primarily because the most important invention until that time relating to comfort--the spiraled or coiled inner spring--was not introduced until 1828. The rocking chair an American invention, has also offered its owners a com- fortable seat, along with something else. "The chairs," Lynes says, "had an obvious appeal to Americans, a o, ode look at our 1981 j TOUGH ,I. 9." I - ^ FORD PICKUPS. I:'s, j J iimlP '" ... and from now until June 27th, special incentives from Ford to us enable us to make a good deal even bettefi! OPS SEA1 )RD00 !ENO00 GRAFTON MOTOR SALES, INC. Innovative furniture [R 1 thi(:;,:i:;'drnO.J, page ,A) r'fltilclt tP:Plil,hap i';:foi h00aartayil200Yec00ntceP:nalPersthaaa;eS a drug -. =,_.1 m.-i =m FOR RENT If the task is difficult, the whom mobility 'was part and with the invention of the Taking twoaspirin isa daily - - i i  i ;r COLEBROOK, N.ll.-- 5 Acre i; parcel of freedom--and still "wearable" chair. It is routine for many people. But, wooded view lots $6,500. DORIS R.COLTON is." (President Kennedy, a strapped to the legs and is it's important to remember For Rent Paved highway frontage with FtEALESTATE rocker devotee, once recalled always ready for instant that aspirin is a drug. electricity. Only $500 down East Thetford, Vt. 05043 a line about the rocker: "It sitting, albeit with dubious Overusing any drug can be Iloveyl l*olln Is aeeg41ng and payments of $80 per Telephone (802)333-4644 gives you a sense of motion comfort at times in between, dangerous. So, you ought to applleatlou  e rtqM 0. month to owner. Call owner at withoul any sense of The development of new know how much aspirin is too u two "room effick*ney. (603) 882-5390. 41--6-17--c Richard (Dick) DeGoosh 333-9623 Ileal.. eleetridty, h ,lid SACRIFICE-- CENTRAL Mike O'Donnell 333-20 danger.") materials for furniture in much, and what to do in case cam water, plirldag mid FLORIDA. Two half acre lots, Technological advances in recent decades has stretched of an overdose. the 19th century also opened the imaginations and alter- To help you know more rubbish removal are liB" exclusive community on 30 sq. the way for catalogs of new natives open to furniture about this drug, the U.S. Food included. Privlite mile lake, boating, fishing, furniture designed toservenot designers. Besides wood, and Drug Administration has bathroom, and clout. All ! swimming, tennis, golf. one but several purposes, metal and a few other MARTIlAil. DAVIES Designers created tables that traditional materials, today's a free reprint from its upplimnet lind h,rMhlm Looking for someone to assume my 9 r cent mar- REAL ESTATE magazine, the FDA Con- provided in tlill mwly tgage. Will sacrifice for $1000. At Thetford Pharmacy expanded, chairs that turned home furnishings often as not sumer. For your free copy of rdeeorlited eomfmrtmlde down per lot, low monthly East Thetford, Vt. 05043 into library steps and, more are fashioned from rattan, Aspirin, write to Consumer living area that mires be payments. D. Johnson, 2250 (802)785-2849 s to be appreelatl. Crump Road, Winter Haven, Member Vt.-NH. MLS bizarrely, beds concealed in paper, tubular steel, card- Focus, Dept. 635J. Pueblo, Wall-to-wall earlt kMo FI. 33880 (813)324-4570. 6t--7- piano backs. One such con- board and plastic, the last a Colorado81009. vertible- a child's high- material whose boundaries As few as twelve aspirins in been Installed. Ideul for 15--.c chair--was ingenious and only now are being explored, a 24-hour period can induce relired .people. " Very amusing, but to Lynes (For sheer fantasy, though, mild poisoning, ca'lied rea.qonable rate. Comenow "perhaps the most hideous the chair aficionado might "salicylism." Symptoms a. it wlllsoon be renld... example of the furniture pick out a chair made of include headache, dizziness, CONTACT IliOVEYR typic." It could be contorted animal horns which was ringingin the ears, dimnessof RliOPRINWOODSVli,I,E. into a folding table, rocker, or popular in hunting lodges and vision, mental confusion, incredibly, a baby carriage, trophy rooms a century ago.) drowsiness, sweating, thirst, -   Even in its day, the con- What's new and innovative hyperventilation and nausea. APARTMENT-- 1 bdrm. eft. vertible furniture trend got to in American furniture today? Even deafness can occur, apt. heat included. $225 me. No. 4251--160 acres, Corinth, $48,000; open and be a bit "excessive," Hanks Very little, say curator Hanks though it is always reversible Call O'Brien Realty of Wooded; abandoned farm; good growing lumber; 15 notes, and such items as the and critic Lynes. "Just dead when the patient stops taking Bradford. 802-222-4703. it--6- acresor moreopen fields. piano-bed became objects of in recent years," craftsman aspirin. A high-pitched 10--c No_.q,_4.]--House on 20aeres, Ryegate, $45,000; almost ridicule. The craze for many Danko adds. And Hanks says ringing or hissing noise in the dead-end read; wooded acreage; secluded; excellent of the cross-breeds eventually "It is the consensus that U.S. ears is usually a warning FOUR BEDROOM house to gambrel-stylehousealmestnew. receded, but the multi-use technological and aesthetic signal that you are taking too rent. Call 802-439-5464. Keep design concept, he points out, innovation in this field is on much aspirin. But some lt-'-6"l--P  200 acres, Corinth, $60,000, open and wooded, seems here to stay, appearing the decline, with Japan, people, particularly those brook, secluded. now in the form of elaborate Germany and Italy now the hard of hearing, may take NORTll ltAVERHILD-- One  Old farmhouse on 47 acres, Newbury, Vt. home entertainment centers leaders." toxic amounts before ear- bedroom studio apartment. House needs work, but is liveable; Good location; good Clean, carpeted. Energy ef- investment; owner may finance. $57,000. and kitchen "islands" that The three agree that most ringing appears, ficient apphances. Landromat No. 4276--105 acres, Wright's Mt., Bradford, $63,000; serve as both work and U.S. furniture manufacturers Children are much more for tenants. $40 per week. storage units, now are too concerned with susceptible to aspirin over- Blackmount Apartments. one of the mest beautiful parcels of land in VT. Portable furniture found cosmetic changes. "With a dose than adults. A single (603)787-6419. 6t--7-15--p NO. 4292B--10.7acres, Vershire, Vt., near Judgement new customers in the 19th few notable exceptions," adult tablet can be a fatal dose Ridge, $7,500. Wooded, views, townroad. century as Americans began LyRes says, the industry for an infant. Children under FOR RENT--WOODSVILLE to travel and move more often "feels that technological in- the ageof twoshould never be two bedroom apartment, No 4294 One acre, Newbury $3,0001 good secluded building site. and needed light, durable and novations are unrelated to given aspirin, except upon the ground floor, heat and hot inexpensive chairs. The profits." advice and under the super- water, security and 323cres, Groton, Vt.,$10,9001 nearLevi Pond vision of a doctor, references. 603-747-2006. 51--6- and Groton State Forest; improved woodland, good for . 24--c investment and recreation. Terms from owner. blamed ,n evoo00 o, a00p,r,n Gypsy moth is o00or00, a 00o00soo Woo00.,,e control center at once. If the Trailers; one and two fo 1 gi tie victim cannt be hospitalized bedrms' security and r a er creac n immediately, home first-aid references. 603-747-2006. 5t--6- should be administered. 24-- The gypsy moth is causing At least one group of people If the victim is conscious, an outbreak of allergic was not surprised at this new induce vomiting with Syrupof RENT WOODSVILLE-- reactions, h'fcluding welts and twist to the gypsy moth Ipecac. Then give milk or fruit Unfurnished Ist por apar- rashes which some people problems. They had suffered juice to delay the absorption of tment. Three !P,]lns, bath, developer after contact with with the welts and itching aspirin. If the victim is un- kitchen kPffig-dining room. k'Jes $175. One the insect in its caterpillar several years ago while conscious or in convulsions, year , first and last stage, serving as guinea pigs for a begin artificial respiration, monthlquired. Wood heater The U.S. Forest Service study conducted by a graduate Victims of aspirin poisoning included. 802-222-9014 mar- says the trouble started student in public health at shouldbe hospitalized quiekly nings. 21---6-3--c several weeks ago in Con- Yale. because they may need in- necticut when an unusually The study, "Allergenic travenous fluids. AVAILABLE FOR IM- large infestation of gypsy Capabilities of the Gypsy Hemorrhaging may MEDIATE occupancy. Aerie moth larvae hatched and Moth", was conducted by Paul necessitate blood transfusion, and a two bedroom apart- began to disperse over Etkind, then an employee of and kidney failure could ment. Both with bath, wall to millions of acres of forest and the Forest Insect and Disease require dialysis, wall carpeting, kitchen ap- backyardtrees. Laboratory in Hamden, in Aspirin can be a valuable pliances. Heat, lights, hot In their early stages, the cooperation with the Yale over-the-counter drug when water, gas, and rubbish removal included in rent, caterpillars are mobile. They School of Epidemiology and used properly. It works best Security deposit required. No spin and swing from silky Public Health. , on paid of mild to moderate children or pets in this well strands: sometimes the wind As part of his masters severity, such as muscular managed building. Mr. carries them several miles to thesis in puhliq health, Etkind aches and pains, backache, Gardner Aots, 3 Central $L, a new location, and an ass6iate administeredhe; a, heada, If Woodsvifle,N'H Tel 787 The mobility of the young scratch ,7;borato : ':lnd Or $7-il'wallC. Patten; caterpilla and their greater employees. :, painS, it shmdd be for a short 4tf- number, coupled with strong The reactions ranged from period unless a doctor directs winds that lasted three or four non-existent to intense, but as otherwise. FOR RENT-- WOODSVILLE days, assured an increase in with the current outbreak, no Aspirin works well for or- one bedroom apartment, heat the number of chance en- instances of shock or other thritic pain. It also does and hot water, security and counters with people. "The serious consequences were something even more useful, references. 603-747-2006. 5t---6- result was a near epidemic of reported. It can reduce inflammation in allergic reactions. Their findings confirmed joint tissues and surrounding. Emergency rooms were filled that the gypsy moth can cause structures. Damage to joints FUR RENT-- Bradford apartment, recently with people complaining of an allergic reaction in many is the most difficult aspect of remodeled, three rooms, stove rashes, welts, and itching," people. Brought onbycontact rheumatoid arthritis to and refrigerator furnished. the Forest Service said: with bristly hairs, the manage, and any drug that Walking distance to village, At fault are tiny hairs that swelling, reddening and rash reduces inflammation is ground floor. No pets, deposit. cover the insect's body. Called disappear in most cases in five important, for it can lessen or 802-222-4412. 5-.-&.2,1.- urticating hairs, they irritate to sevenhours, delay crippling. Aspirin's BE/]SESZE human skin and cause a So far, only Connecticut and effectiveness in reducing severe, though never fatal Massachusetts have reported inflammation also helps in GROTON-- 4 bedroom house reaction, large outbreaks of allergic treatment of rheumatic fever. -- $16;500. Owner finaneing to, =i" , t g('lJ'a/ 'i//aw  The intensity of their reactions. But since hatching There are several new anti- qualified buyer. ,, acre, reaction caused some people time and the size of the inflammatory drugs for private setting. Call after S:00 population vary from place to treating arthritis, but aspirin P.M. 802-439-5572. tf--ne N.H. 747'3323 JOUG HERE'S THE GIFT , i|YoU WON'T THROW AWAY!If IJlt OWN PERSONALIZED SOCIAL SECURITY CARD! RAOFoI ) NATIONAL BANK beau,,.., .. will provide you free of charge a zal'""-,Ul,...:,.plastlc identification, c a rd showm g your name and -*u,,w numt)er. Visit any of our four full service COmmunity offices to sign up for yours. NO FUSS - NO OBLIGATION 00NAB_RAI)FORD | TIONAL .BAH "= Deposits ltmurod To $100,000 to think that they had been bitten. In fact, the gypsy moth bites greenery, not people. For most of its life it feeds voraciously on foliage, causing the extensive damage that up to now hag been its trademark. . Doghouse (continued from page IA) Be sure to set these pieces carefully -- In4" up from the bottom of the sides and at" in from the back. Add the sides to the assembly with glue and Cad nails. Now you can add the front, being sure its bottom edge lines up with the bottom edge of the runners. This will leave a 1" gap over the deck for the pull-out floor. Cut the roof pieces to size and put them in place with glue and 6d nails. The ridge cover is shaped from a length of 2x4 (actual size equals 1%" x 3 "), and it is attached only with glue. Final step is to cut the pull- out floor to size and to bore the finger hole which makes it easy to remove the floor for cleaning. Be sure the floor slides in and out easily. Attach the indoor-outdoor carpeting to the floor with standard double-sided carpet tape so replacement, when necessary, will be an easy chore. place and from year to year, STATE Of IIOnC! TO CREDITODS DISTRICT OF BAIORD, $5. To the Creditors d the Estato of Clormce E. Satchel late of Morn'De, Connecticut, ddceosed. Gertrude S. Marshall of 201 East Village Road Menrae, Connecticut 06468 hereby states that she has been ap!mintod o p,rscmol regcesentotive of the above estate. AH creditors having lolms against the above estate ore requited to in'carat the claim in writing within four months after tho dote of the first publication hereof to the oboe* i'sonai runs*n- tive at the obeve address or to the Register of the Probate Court at Wells River, Vermont, or mid claim will be forever btr. Doted ot Momm, Conn. this 1st day of June, 1981. -lrudo S. Morsholl 6/10-17-24 STATE OF VERMONT NOTICE TO CREDITORS DISTRICT OF BRADFORD, SS. To the Creditors of the Estoto of ESTHER R. ACKERMAN late of Foirloe, deceased. Colvin'Ackerrnon of Folrtee hereby states that he has been appointed personal representative of the above estate. All creditors having claims against the above estate ore required to present. the claim in writing within four months after the dote cf the first publication hereof to the above personal reprosen. totivo at the above address or to the Register of the Probate Court at Wells River, Vermont, or said claim will be forever barred. Doted at Foirlee this 26th day of May, 1981. Celvin AckormN Porsoal lopreteetetNe, lseeutor 6/3-I0-17 Smith Auto Sales Route 120 Lebanon, N.H. " Buick/Olds _ 603-448-3500 =='" or call Joe Loschiavo Bradford, Vt. 802439-5466 is much cheaper, and for most patients, at least as effective. Most physicians still consider it the drug of first choice for rheumatoid arthritis. When you order a copy of Aspirin (free), you'll also receive a copy of the free Consumer In form ailon Catalog. Published quarterly by the Consumer Information Center of the General Services Administration, the Catalog lists over 200 free or low-cest booklets of consumer interest. BITS OF INFORMATION In the 16th century a good cow ='. .,t= " STATE OF VERMONT NOTIC| TO CREDITORS DISTRICT OF Bradford, SS. To the Creditors of the Estate of HELEN $. WELLS late of Nowbory, deceased. Gavin A. Reid and First Vermont Bok and Trust Co. of Nowbury, Vt. and Borre, Vt. hereby state that they have been appointed personal representatives of the above estate. All creditors having claims against the above estate ore required to present tho claim in writing within four months after the date of'the first pullcotion hereof to the above porsonol rapresen- totives at the above address or to the Register of the probate Cort at Wells River, Vermont, or said claim will be forever harred. Doted at Newbury, Vs. this 2$th day of May, 1981. First Vermont Bank and Trust Company by: Michaol J. Vonuti its: Vice President yielded only four gallons of PononalRepr..oetotlv.. milk a day. Now a good cow ,in A. n.id, Esq. can yield 8 or 9 gallons, bl z.t 0.17 No. 4316--WELLS RIVER. This beautifully main'rained 1839 home has 8 rooms and is located on a very nice lot. There are two baths, 2 zone, hot water baseboard heat and a 2 car garage. It is well insulated, has nice por- ches and a good garden spot. Taxes are approximately 800.00 per ,ear. Price }451000.00 No. 4317--NEWBURY. New, custom crafted, white cedar, log home. Four rooms, expandable to six, with full basement and well insulated. Beautiful kitchen with spacious custom-built cabinets, lovely living area with custom-made chandelier. This well-built home. has a weed-gas combination heating stem or lo heat bill and is situated on 2 beautiiul acres. Drive out ! todayand see this lovely home 1 mile from route 302 on Scotch Hollow Road. Price 149,900.00. No. 4321 10 acres. Newbury. VT, $4,000; on Class 4 road for '/ mile; same distance from electricity; good growing hardwoods; good for recreation and in- vestment, but at present not good for year-round living; owner will finance. No. 4326---15.5 acres. Piermont. NH -- $8,525; a few hundred feet from maintained road; one-third open, two-thirds wooded; good views to west; brook; good terms from owners. APPLICATIONS 756D.--Newbury -- Cottage on lake w-loft, wrap around screen porch overlooking lake; dock, even a boat! Ideal vacation home. $30,000. I 757D.---42orinth -- 1800 Cape home w-ell and 4 bdrms. Scenic 12 acre parcel w-9 acre meadow, brook bordering property. $39,500. 743D.--Bradford -- Privately located 3 bdrm. Ranch home w-full cellar, I% baths, sliding glass door to hack yard. FHA approved. $45,000. 733D.--Bradford -- Renovated Cape w-3 bdrms., modern kitchen, wood stove hook-up, formal dining rm., village edge location, 2 acres, at- tached barn & workshop. $49,900. O'Brien Realty of Bradford JCT.5 & 25 t BRADFORD, VERMONT 05033 ..- TEL: 2224703 / // / / aparl || aants || rent. /l Illage being taken for Attractive apartments for the elderly (62 years or more) or permanently handicapped. also remodeled apartments for LowIncome Housing. Eligible tenants will pay no more than V4 of their income for rent. For further information contact Colonial Village at O'BHen Realty, Jet. 5 & 25 Bradford, Vermont or call 802-222-4703. All applications ore givem on equal opportunity for housing osmtonce. Lisbon Inn... Lisbon, New Hampshire Attractively Remodeled Senior Citizens Apartment Complex... NOW RENTING.. These attractively remodelled apartments for the elderly (62 years or more) or permanently ban- dicapped. Eligible tenants will pay no more than one quarter of their income for rent. Telephone Collect (802) 748-8235 Appointments con be arranged to provide assistance in making application to live in this com#etoly remodeled Senior Citizen apartment complex. Northern Community Management Corporation For Further Information Contact: Greg Gallagher, Box 432, St. Johnsbury. VT 05819 , or call COLLECT 802-748-8235 t. The housing is ovalob;o to off without regard to race, color, religion or notional origin,