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June I0, 1981-The Second Opinion-Page "CA e of Wells River, Vermont, through its will receive sealed bids for Con- Contract No. 1, Lateral Sewers, Inter- Force Mains, Ejector Station and Station until 1:00 P.M. Eastern Monday, July 6, 1981, at the Baldwin Village of Wells River, Vermont at all bids wJll be publicly opened [he Contract documents for the work may from the office of Whitman &amp; Howard, and Architects, at 45 William Street, upon the deposit of $25.00 in made payable to Whitman & Howard, will be refunded if the contract are returned in issuing if mailed within thirty days after the Ly request permission from in writing, to retain the contract for a specified longer period. Contract Will be mailed to prospective bidders upon separate check for $10.00 made & Howard, Inc., which will not be documents may be examined at the River, Vermont Inc. , Massachusetts Hampshire Valine & MacDonald hall be accompanied by a bid security in cent of the Total Bid Price and in in the Information for Bidders. will be required to comply with Executive Order No. 11246 and amend- to that executive order. The for bidders and contractors under this eXplained below and in the Information for is called to the EPA's 'Policy for of Minority Consultants and Con- set forth in the Federal 43, No. 248 dated December 26, 1978, a is included herein. The policy in brief iI Protection Agency has a goal oriented system to increase par- minority business enterprises (MBE) in goods and services, and this system will the work performed under this con- in cooperation with the Region I Office & Urban Affairs, has determined that ct, given the nature of the work to be the availability of MBE, the goal for 4.0 percent. 0[ bidders is particularly called to the as to conditions of employment to be minimum wage rates to be paid under may withdraw his bid within 60 days, and legal holidays excluded after the opening thereof. :MENT FOR AFFIRMATIVE ENSURE EQUAL EMPLOYMENT (EXECUTIVE ORDER 11246) or Bidder's attention is called to the Clause" and the "Standard Specifications" set forth and timetables for minority and female expressed in percentage terms for the workforce in each trade on all the covered area, are as follows: Goals for Minority Goals for Female Participation for participation in each trade each trade 0.8 percent 6.9 percent applicable to all the Contractor's (whether or not it is Federal or Performed in the covered area. If Performs construction work in a t outside of the covered area, the goals established for such area where the work is actually per- to this second area, the Con- the goals for both its federally ly involved construction: Executive Order CFR Part 60-4 shall be based tion of the Equal Opportunity Clause, action obligations required by the forth in 41 CFR 60-4.3(a), and its goals The hours of minority and must be substantially of the contract, and in Contractor shall make a good faith and women evenly on each transfer of minority or female nees from contractor to contractor or project for the sole purpose of meeting shall be a violation of the con- Order and the regulations in 41 with the goals will be total work hours performed. tten notification to Office of Federal Contractor within 10 working days of subcontract in excess of for construction work under the from this solicitation. The name, address and telephone ; employer identification " ; estimated dollar amount timated starting and completion It; and the geographical area in Is to be performed. Notice, and in the contract resulting the "covered area" is Newbury, t. Village of Wells River, Vermont By its Board of Trustees ontracts awarded nder this Bids are expected to be a grant from the United States Agency. Neither the nor any of its depaz:tments, is or will be a party ,to For Bids or any resulting procurement will be subject to contained in 40 CFR 35.936, 35.938 [ O _(I " m e if " ' YOU DECIDE for yourself, quality, luxury, and economy. We feature reconditioned homes as well as the best values in new homes available for your inspection. New 14 foot wide, 2 bedroom, pitched roof, $13,000.00. Used, 3 bedroom, 12 feet ,wide, $4995.00. Mitch's Mobile Homes, Rt. 10, Woodsville, N.tt. 603-747-3376. 4t-lO--c WIIERE?? can you buy a (1981) 14 wide for $10,995. ONLY at FAIRI.ANE. And it includes, 2 bedroom, lovely front kitchen, 40 gal. elect. water heater, all furnished, and heavy insulation, inc. r-ll in exterior walls. OR $1,100 down and $179 for 144 months. APR 19.25 per cent note $25,776. Closed Wed. Open Sundays. Fairlane Mobile Homes, Rt. 3 Tilton, Nit. I t--4;- I O---c $1,500 OFF: (1981) Liberty 70x14 3 bedr. with that new exciting "Banana Bar" kit- chen, and the floor to ceiling walk in "BAY", and of course it has the "Champagne Candlelight" decor too. All furnished, delivered and set up. Regular $16,995 sale priced $15,400. or $1,600 down and 144 months at $249. Remember your home is your best in- vestment. APR 19.25 per cent Note $35,856. Open 7 days a week. Citation Mobile Homes, Rt. 12 Charlestown, N.H. "I t--6-10---c [[i! ! i(O]..'II I i! [i ,, BEAR RIDGE COUPE-- Needs an engine and tran- smission and ready to go! Roll bars, steering, side bars, etc. in place. $175. Call Robert at 802-222-5281 or evenings call 603-747-2016. '77 FORD GRANADA-- 6 cy!;, 3 spd. standard shift with overdrive, 62K highway miles. No rust or dents. Excellent condition. One owner automobile. $2950. Call Tom, 617-692-3705 after 6:00 P.M. tf--6-3---p 1979 DODGE PICKUP-- Four Wheel Drive, automatic trans., :4 ton, less than 6,000 miles, Camper pkg. $7,000. Phone 802-222-4482. 8t--8- NOTICE OF HEARING ON ALLOWANCE OF WILL STATE OF VERMONT IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Georgia K. Lend PROBATE COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF Bradford To the heirs at low and all persons interested in the Estate of Georgia K. Lund, late af 8rBdfoEd, in said District, deceased= You are notified that o written in- strument dated November 8, 1968, and purporting to be the Last Will and Testament of said deceased has been presented to the Probate Court for the District of Bradford by Otterman & Allen, Esquires, Attorneys for Dewey R. Lund, with a petition requesting Probate thereof. The hearing thereon has been scheduled for the 30th day of June, 1981 at 11:00 a.m. at the Probate Court, Wells River, Vermont. You meyappear then and there to show cause, if any you may hove, why the said instrument should oat be allowed as the Last Will and Testament of the deceased. Dated this 22nd day of May, 1981. /s/ Rena N. Vigneeu Jvdga 6/3-10-17 USED FURNITURE-- Beds, Bureaus, Appliances, kitchen sets, cribs. Much Much more. ltouston's Furniture, Jct. Routes 302 & 117, Lisbon, N.H. Tel. 603-838-5920. 9t--7-5--p FIREWOOD-- Call in now for firewood orders. Call: Robert Fortunati 802-439-6179. 3t--6- 10--p FOR SALE-- Metal cots, great for camp $10. each. Gilbride, Doe Hill off Rte. 5 S. Newbury. 4t---4-29--p WILLIAM K. ARPS Certified Public Accountant ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF HIS OFFICE MAY 12, 1981 NEWBURY VILLAGE, NEWBURY VERMONT TELEPHONE: (802) 866-5923 CARD OF THANKS I wish to Thank all my friends and neighbors for the cards sent to me on my birthday and thank my daughter and granddaughter for the lovely cake. It was very much appre, cRated. Mrs. Christie Gray Colonial Village Bradford, Vt. CARD OF THANKS We would like to say thank you to all our many friends and relatives who sent best wishes on the occasion of our marriage. Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Miller BITS OF INFORMATION The highest waterfall in the world is the Angel waterfall in Venezuela, measuring 3,281 feet high. STATE OF VERMONT NOTICE TO CREDITORS DISTRICT OF Bradford, SS. To the Creditors of the Estate of IDa H. Scruton late of Bradford, deceased. Harold Gardner of Box 310 Norwich, Vermont OSOSS hereby states that he has been appointed o personal representative of the above estate. All creditors having claims against the above estate are required to present the claim in writing within four months after the date af the first publication hereof to the above personal representative 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 Norwich, Vermont this 261h day of May, 1981. geroM Gardner Personal Representative 6/3-10-17 i II :[ff,l IB  lot II Eat :11 NOTICE OF HEARING ON ALLOWANCE OF WILL STATE OF VERMONT tN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OE Louis J. FOR SALE-- Woodsville, two bedroom trailer, all set up, stove, refrigerator, 275 gallon oil tank. $1,400. 603-747-2006. 5t---6-24-- FIREWOOD cut to length. Mixed Beech, Oak, Maple, and Birch. $65.00 unsplit or $75.00 cord cut split and delivered. 803-439-5383. 8t--7-8---c FOR SALE 14' trailer camper. Sleepsjwith many accessories. In gBl condition. $750.00. 802-222-4032. 4t--'f, 17--c CURIOUS COLLECTOR-- Wishes to buy old paintings, drawings, prints, weather- vanes, fiddles, clocks and statues. 802-685-4867. 4t---6- 24--c SHOW TOYS and gifts the friendly way -- No collecting or delivering -- top com- missions and hostess awards. Line is fully guaranteed. Call Friendly Toy Parties -- Virginia 802-439-5720 -- Lorraine 802-333-4070 or Dana 603-747-3522. Also booking Aokermen parties. I, It--7-15--c PROBATE COURT FOR THE .......................... DISTRICT OF Rm=lte FOR SAI,E--Full-size canopy Ta the heirs at taw and all persons interested i't'of Louis J. bed w'- matress and box Ackerman, late ofl', in-said District, springs (802) 222-4529. 2t--4;- deceased: "' 17---<" . You are notified that a written in- strument dated October 19, 1979, and SNOWMOBILE--For parts. A purporting to be the Last Will and ood deal on a '71 Mote-Ski Testament af said deceased has been nowmobile. Includes motor, presented to the Probate Court far the District of Bradford by Calvin L. Ackerman, Can be fixed up. Must sell. $30. with a petition requesting Probate thereof. Ask for Robert. 802-222-5281 or The hearing thereon has been Eve. 603-747-2016. 4t---4-29---p__ scheduled for the 14th day af July, 1981 at 11:00 a.m. at the Probate Court, Wells W_, I in ,-, m ,-w= M=i .4. DOBERMAN PINSCllER-- Puppy. Female. ttas had all shots. Call 802-439-5464 mornings. I t-4-I0--p River, Vermont. You meyappear then and there to show cause, if any you may have, why the said instrument should not be allowed as the Lost will end Testament af the deceased. Dated this 4th day of June, 1981. /s/Rena N. Vigneeu dge 6/]0--17--24 WANTED-- Lawn roller 24 inches wide in useable con- dition. (802) 222-5595. 2t--6- 17--c WANTED-- Used or otO decoys, old books on hunting and fishing. Write Box 454, Bradford, Vt. 05033. tf--nc Thurs.-Fri.-Sat 9: I}0-5:1}0 or by chance ,t 802-222-4507 I /=l Res!dence: SIFIED l I[o],.'tl It.'1 :fRill 01 I1 LOST-- One young lamb. Ear  register tag No. 24. Vicinity (:+CAN HELP YOU 1 Rt. 25. Cassville. Reward offered, Harvey Locke, Bradford, Vt, 802-439-5455. _.  JOB CORPS_ l ' 8T--7-22--p WANTED If you Left School or Graduated /. 2'x'-::::- and Need Assistance on ( - FINI)ING TilE RIGHT OWN YOUR WORK FOR YOU OWN RETAIL - GETTING TRAINING - GETTING STARTED APPAREL SHOP Job Corps is a u.s. Govnt program to hetp you  Offer the latest in jeans, skills that employers want . . become sdf-supporfing and proud of your ebllitles . . . have maney in your denims and sportswear, pocket and in the hank. At a .lob Corps Center you can ;. $14.85000 includes in- w- lrir/'_,ItVll:llJ ventory, fixtures, etc. Room And Board, Free! Complete Store! Open in as Training, Books, Supplies, Free! ANTIQUES OF ALl, little as 2 weeks anywhere Medical, Dental Care, Free! KINDS in U.S.A. (also available Transportation, Free! infants, childrens and pre- Even son SlndiN money, too... Ndp to get your HS ' Ed & Lynda Kulikowski teen shop) Call JOANN, dioma . . or learn to drive. Ook:e of caers m,J can Route 5 TOLl, FREE !-800-874-4780. train forl If Wu redly want to be a capobia, emptoye ( Lower Plain ) person, h JOB CORPS in Bradford. P ! C K - U P T R U C K - (800) 523-0104 Open OWNERS-- Make $25,000. Yearly up. Operating a FIREWOOD BUSINESS. Further Information FREE. i Acc pti Applic tio Dovercourt. TORONTO. e ng a ns CANADA MGH-2W4 2t--6- E-p b [TL t''*'-NIIIItlI'IITITiIilI($ I The Upper Valley Teacher Training Program is accepting applications from qualified candidates WANTED--Children to cart" for full academic year teaching internships in SERVICES for in my home, Flexible Hanover area schools. Elementary and secon- arrangements. Call 802-439- AIRLESS PAINT spraying at 5528anytime. 4t--4-4--pd. dary (English, Social Studies, Science) and art new construction, com- mercial, farm buildings and WANTED-- Bookkeeping in positions available. N.H, teaching certification metal roofs. Valley Painting my home part-time. All areas upon graduation, Some scholarships. Call Sheila Cnmpany, 802-333-9393. 3- of small business. On a Murphy 643-5666 immediately. 25--tf---c weekly, quarterly or monthly basis. References. Write your SAW AND TOOL sharpening, needs to: Bookkeeping, c-o i + Also hand saws. 802-222-4032. Journal ,Opinion, Dept. 27, L.J. Benjamin, So. Rd. Bradford, Vt. 05033. NC Victims of heart attach Entrance, Bradford, Vt. 4t---6- 17---c CHILD CARE--- Provided in within the past three months my Fairground Road home. GENERAL WELDING" Experienced. Dawn Lavin. 30 to 74 year dd Farm and construction. 802-222-9053. 41--6-17--p Portable equipment. Paul The Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Tinkham 802-58@3508. 8t--7- SCHOOL will be out soon. I--c Here's the answer to your Hanover, N.H., would like you to participate in a babysitting needs, medical study to furnish information that may WANTED--Bookings for Experienced mother wants possibly prevent recurrent heart attacks. weddings, parties, clubs and children to care for. Large dances. The Swingers. Music play area. Ride to swimming For information please call collect 603-643-4000, of 20's to 50's and beyond, also lessons furnished. Toddlers ext. 3521 or 3544. squares. Have caller -- 802- welcome. Call 222-4716. 4t---6-   g[ ..... 222-4032. 8t--7-l--c 10--p ill::[g'W_'lllk[tll[t4:/I WANTED-- Babysitting in  I=I=III'.ITiW*-ILIII/I'I] NOTIcE'0FIIEARING " your home. Afternoons and ACCOUNTING ON ALLOWANCE OE WILt evenings 802-222-4412. 2t--6- EDP HELP WANTED-- Rugged, STATE OF VERMONT 17--p ENGINEERING mature farmer or couple to IN THE MATTER 0F THE ESTATE 0F M|ldred ............ .. _, Numerous openings in New manage and work 126 acres ear+round in Corinth. Must A.tmertun PROBATE COURT FOR TNE ml1l/,_l,ltlllgtl England and nationwide for eney'3toor work induding : +; DISTRICT OF IIdll + " --,,i .=,,.... degreed professionals. Always forest management, caring mlnm  wm  O +hi bei/'s at law end atlp#rSOes 0NAIL0WAN10FWlL , ny paLd. Call today for for hek' dni be capable of interested in the Estate af Mildred A. eTATEOFVBI details. (603)298-5524. Snelling coping with any problems Emerson, tote af Bradford, in said Distrt, m m trr OF mE lTAn OF ttV &Snelling, Colonial Plaza, W. arlsing in the Boondocks. deceased= You are notified that a written in- Needer,m PROBAI COURT FOR THE Lebanon, NH 03784. 4t--6- Must have four-wheel drive. strument doted June 23, t978, and purporting to be the Last Will and DISTRtCrOFIInMfw4 IO---C Non-drinkers and non- smokers preferred. Salary, Testament af said deceased has been Ta the brs at bw and dl persons WANTED--- Stitchers ara. plus living quarters, plus presented ta the Probate Court for the interested in the Estate of Mary Hen- District of Bradford by Wendell C. Grant, derson, late of Newbury, in said District, stitcher trainees. We have utilities,plus fringe benefits. with a petition requesting Probate thereaf, deceased= immediate openings for ex- Dept. 100, 'Journal Opinion, The hearing thereon has been You are notified that writ(an in- perienced stitchers and scheduled far the 29th day af June, 19B1 strument dated October 11, 1978, and inexperienced persons who Bradford, Vermont 050,3. at 10:oo a.m. at thePrabateCaurt, Wells purpmling ta be the lest Will and River, Vermont. You anwappear then and Testament of mkl doo=d h lan are interested in learning to 81---7-15---e there ta show cause, if any you may have, pres4nted to the Prehate Court for the stitch. Apply Emgee Inc,. why the said instrument should not be Dstrict of Bradford by Kenneth Wok;h, the Chelsea, Vt. 802-6857722. 4- allowed as the Lost Will and Testament of nominated eutor, with a Ititian 15--tf--e the deceased, requesting Probate thereof. Doted this 271hdayof May, 1981. The hearing thereon has been PUBLIC NOTICE Is/ Rena N. Vigneou scheduiad for tha 30th oby of June, 1981 JmlRe at 11,00 o.m. at the Probate Court, walls 6/3-10-I 7 River, Vermont. You may appear than and there ta show cause, if any you may have, Ii ' +"+ '' +"+'+-'+ WARNI N tJ dbwed as the Lest Will and Testament of Answers To the d.ed. Sports Quiz Is/Reoo N. Vi Nancy Lopez-Melton. 6/3-10-17 ANNUAL SCHOOL MEETING OF THE BRADFORD ACADEMY & GRADE SCHOOL DISTRICT Dadtq___0000 Annual Town - 7.30 PeM. S chad Oistri el Meeting The leg al vote rs of the Bradford Ac adem y & Graded School District are hereby notified and warned to meet at the Bradford Academy Auditorium in Bradford, To the voters of the Newbury School District, Vermont, in said District, on Tuesday, June 30, 1981 at Greetings: half after seven in the evening to act upon the The inhabitants of the Town of Newbury, legal voters following, to wit: Reg. String | / no  Trimmer / Trimmer \\; gasoline  nengaes?/;l.+ cc t" powered 26.2 m3l liaht- Jlt 26.2 lightweight  ] ." ,.f. -pi "+ 00ale handle (82-6181)/-- s109 Sale s17g 9s glower (show) gasoline powered fits STIO0 Trimmer Brushcutter Kit 26.2 cc engine with Softone" muffler ideal for blowing leaves for ST200 for lightweight 15" and grass from driveways dense weeds (82-6188) cutting swath (82-6194) (82-6186) ,,$1..95 Sale s34" Rag =124" rage39 99 -" ,- _00n,,vee Sale =9 00aie -tu .nc. All three Homelite string trimmers Include automatic string ad ROUTE 10, NO. HAVERHILL, N.H. Tel. (603) 787-6981 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 22nd day of June, 1981 at 8:00 P.M. to act on the following ar- ticles, viz: ARTICLE I. 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 if the Town School District will raise the sum of $5,000 for the purpose of energy related improvements at the Newbury Elementary School. ARTICLE 5. 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 l, 1981 to June 30,1982. ARTICLE 6. To elect one School Director' to Union High School District No. 30 for a term of three years. ARTICLE 7. To elect a Town School Director for three years; a Town School Director for two years; a Town School Director for one year; a Town School Auditor for three years; a Treasurer for one year. ARTICLE 8. 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, 1981 I hereby certify that the foregoing was recorded before posting. Attest: Barbara M. Welch, Town Clerk ARTICLE 1. To elect a Moderator and Clerk for the year ensuing. ARTICLE 2. 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 hy 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 vote that all taxes be placed in the hands of the Treasurer no later than September 1, 1981, due and payable November 30, 1981, 3:00 P.M. (90 days) without discount. Delinquent taxes will be turned over to the Tax Collector on December 4, 1981 at 3:00 P.M. and a penalty tax of 1 per cent per month interest plus the collector's fee will be charged to all delinquent accounts. ARTICLE 7. 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 8. To transact any other business which may legally come before said meeting. Dated at Bradford, Vermont this 13th day of May, A.D. 1981. Kathryn G. Kidder Richard H. McClintock Hazel B. Pratt Bradford Academy & Graded School District Trustees 1 hereby certify that the foregoing warning was duly recorded before being posted. Attest: Ruth O. Southworth, Clerk. June I0, 1981-The Second Opinion-Page "CA e of Wells River, Vermont, through its will receive sealed bids for Con- Contract No. 1, Lateral Sewers, Inter- Force Mains, Ejector Station and Station until 1:00 P.M. Eastern Monday, July 6, 1981, at the Baldwin Village of Wells River, Vermont at all bids wJll be publicly opened [he Contract documents for the work may from the office of Whitman & Howard, and Architects, at 45 William Street, upon the deposit of $25.00 in made payable to Whitman & Howard, will be refunded if the contract are returned in issuing if mailed within thirty days after the Ly request permission from in writing, to retain the contract for a specified longer period. Contract Will be mailed to prospective bidders upon separate check for $10.00 made & Howard, Inc., which will not be documents may be examined at the River, Vermont Inc. , Massachusetts Hampshire Valine & MacDonald hall be accompanied by a bid security in cent of the Total Bid Price and in in the Information for Bidders. will be required to comply with Executive Order No. 11246 and amend- to that executive order. The for bidders and contractors under this eXplained below and in the Information for is called to the EPA's 'Policy for of Minority Consultants and Con- set forth in the Federal 43, No. 248 dated December 26, 1978, a is included herein. The policy in brief iI Protection Agency has a goal oriented system to increase par- minority business enterprises (MBE) in goods and services, and this system will the work performed under this con- in cooperation with the Region I Office & Urban Affairs, has determined that ct, given the nature of the work to be the availability of MBE, the goal for 4.0 percent. 0[ bidders is particularly called to the as to conditions of employment to be minimum wage rates to be paid under may withdraw his bid within 60 days, and legal holidays excluded after the opening thereof. :MENT FOR AFFIRMATIVE ENSURE EQUAL EMPLOYMENT (EXECUTIVE ORDER 11246) or Bidder's attention is called to the Clause" and the "Standard Specifications" set forth and timetables for minority and female expressed in percentage terms for the workforce in each trade on all the covered area, are as follows: Goals for Minority Goals for Female Participation for participation in each trade each trade 0.8 percent 6.9 percent applicable to all the Contractor's (whether or not it is Federal or Performed in the covered area. If Performs construction work in a t outside of the covered area, the goals established for such area where the work is actually per- to this second area, the Con- the goals for both its federally ly involved construction: Executive Order CFR Part 60-4 shall be based tion of the Equal Opportunity Clause, action obligations required by the forth in 41 CFR 60-4.3(a), and its goals The hours of minority and must be substantially of the contract, and in Contractor shall make a good faith and women evenly on each transfer of minority or female nees from contractor to contractor or project for the sole purpose of meeting shall be a violation of the con- Order and the regulations in 41 with the goals will be total work hours performed. tten notification to Office of Federal Contractor within 10 working days of subcontract in excess of for construction work under the from this solicitation. The name, address and telephone ; employer identification " ; estimated dollar amount timated starting and completion It; and the geographical area in Is to be performed. Notice, and in the contract resulting the "covered area" is Newbury, t. Village of Wells River, Vermont By its Board of Trustees ontracts awarded nder this Bids are expected to be a grant from the United States Agency. Neither the nor any of its depaz:tments, is or will be a party ,to For Bids or any resulting procurement will be subject to contained in 40 CFR 35.936, 35.938 [ O _(I " m e if " ' YOU DECIDE for yourself, quality, luxury, and economy. We feature reconditioned homes as well as the best values in new homes available for your inspection. New 14 foot wide, 2 bedroom, pitched roof, $13,000.00. Used, 3 bedroom, 12 feet ,wide, $4995.00. Mitch's Mobile Homes, Rt. 10, Woodsville, N.tt. 603-747-3376. 4t-lO--c WIIERE?? can you buy a (1981) 14 wide for $10,995. ONLY at FAIRI.ANE. And it includes, 2 bedroom, lovely front kitchen, 40 gal. elect. water heater, all furnished, and heavy insulation, inc. r-ll in exterior walls. OR $1,100 down and $179 for 144 months. APR 19.25 per cent note $25,776. Closed Wed. Open Sundays. Fairlane Mobile Homes, Rt. 3 Tilton, Nit. I t--4;- I O---c $1,500 OFF: (1981) Liberty 70x14 3 bedr. with that new exciting "Banana Bar" kit- chen, and the floor to ceiling walk in "BAY", and of course it has the "Champagne Candlelight" decor too. All furnished, delivered and set up. Regular $16,995 sale priced $15,400. or $1,600 down and 144 months at $249. Remember your home is your best in- vestment. APR 19.25 per cent Note $35,856. Open 7 days a week. Citation Mobile Homes, Rt. 12 Charlestown, N.H. "I t--6-10---c [[i! ! i(O]..'II I i! [i ,, BEAR RIDGE COUPE-- Needs an engine and tran- smission and ready to go! Roll bars, steering, side bars, etc. in place. $175. Call Robert at 802-222-5281 or evenings call 603-747-2016. '77 FORD GRANADA-- 6 cy!;, 3 spd. standard shift with overdrive, 62K highway miles. No rust or dents. Excellent condition. One owner automobile. $2950. Call Tom, 617-692-3705 after 6:00 P.M. tf--6-3---p 1979 DODGE PICKUP-- Four Wheel Drive, automatic trans., :4 ton, less than 6,000 miles, Camper pkg. $7,000. Phone 802-222-4482. 8t--8- NOTICE OF HEARING ON ALLOWANCE OF WILL STATE OF VERMONT IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Georgia K. Lend PROBATE COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF Bradford To the heirs at low and all persons interested in the Estate of Georgia K. Lund, late af 8rBdfoEd, in said District, deceased= You are notified that o written in- strument dated November 8, 1968, and purporting to be the Last Will and Testament of said deceased has been presented to the Probate Court for the District of Bradford by Otterman & Allen, Esquires, Attorneys for Dewey R. Lund, with a petition requesting Probate thereof. The hearing thereon has been scheduled for the 30th day of June, 1981 at 11:00 a.m. at the Probate Court, Wells River, Vermont. You meyappear then and there to show cause, if any you may hove, why the said instrument should oat be allowed as the Last Will and Testament of the deceased. Dated this 22nd day of May, 1981. /s/ Rena N. Vigneeu Jvdga 6/3-10-17 USED FURNITURE-- Beds, Bureaus, Appliances, kitchen sets, cribs. Much Much more. ltouston's Furniture, Jct. Routes 302 & 117, Lisbon, N.H. Tel. 603-838-5920. 9t--7-5--p FIREWOOD-- Call in now for firewood orders. Call: Robert Fortunati 802-439-6179. 3t--6- 10--p FOR SALE-- Metal cots, great for camp $10. each. Gilbride, Doe Hill off Rte. 5 S. Newbury. 4t---4-29--p WILLIAM K. ARPS Certified Public Accountant ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF HIS OFFICE MAY 12, 1981 NEWBURY VILLAGE, NEWBURY VERMONT TELEPHONE: (802) 866-5923 CARD OF THANKS I wish to Thank all my friends and neighbors for the cards sent to me on my birthday and thank my daughter and granddaughter for the lovely cake. It was very much appre, cRated. Mrs. Christie Gray Colonial Village Bradford, Vt. CARD OF THANKS We would like to say thank you to all our many friends and relatives who sent best wishes on the occasion of our marriage. Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Miller BITS OF INFORMATION The highest waterfall in the world is the Angel waterfall in Venezuela, measuring 3,281 feet high. STATE OF VERMONT NOTICE TO CREDITORS DISTRICT OF Bradford, SS. To the Creditors of the Estate of IDa H. Scruton late of Bradford, deceased. Harold Gardner of Box 310 Norwich, Vermont OSOSS hereby states that he has been appointed o personal representative of the above estate. All creditors having claims against the above estate are required to present the claim in writing within four months after the date af the first publication hereof to the above personal representative 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 Norwich, Vermont this 261h day of May, 1981. geroM Gardner Personal Representative 6/3-10-17 i II :[ff,l IB  lot II Eat :11 NOTICE OF HEARING ON ALLOWANCE OF WILL STATE OF VERMONT tN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OE Louis J. FOR SALE-- Woodsville, two bedroom trailer, all set up, stove, refrigerator, 275 gallon oil tank. $1,400. 603-747-2006. 5t---6-24-- FIREWOOD cut to length. Mixed Beech, Oak, Maple, and Birch. $65.00 unsplit or $75.00 cord cut split and delivered. 803-439-5383. 8t--7-8---c FOR SALE 14' trailer camper. Sleepsjwith many accessories. In gBl condition. $750.00. 802-222-4032. 4t--'f, 17--c CURIOUS COLLECTOR-- Wishes to buy old paintings, drawings, prints, weather- vanes, fiddles, clocks and statues. 802-685-4867. 4t---6- 24--c SHOW TOYS and gifts the friendly way -- No collecting or delivering -- top com- missions and hostess awards. Line is fully guaranteed. Call Friendly Toy Parties -- Virginia 802-439-5720 -- Lorraine 802-333-4070 or Dana 603-747-3522. Also booking Aokermen parties. I, It--7-15--c PROBATE COURT FOR THE .......................... DISTRICT OF Rm=lte FOR SAI,E--Full-size canopy Ta the heirs at taw and all persons interested i't'of Louis J. bed w'- matress and box Ackerman, late ofl', in-said District, springs (802) 222-4529. 2t--4;- deceased: "' 17---<" . You are notified that a written in- strument dated October 19, 1979, and SNOWMOBILE--For parts. A purporting to be the Last Will and ood deal on a '71 Mote-Ski Testament af said deceased has been nowmobile. Includes motor, presented to the Probate Court far the District of Bradford by Calvin L. Ackerman, Can be fixed up. Must sell. $30. with a petition requesting Probate thereof. Ask for Robert. 802-222-5281 or The hearing thereon has been Eve. 603-747-2016. 4t---4-29---p__ scheduled for the 14th day af July, 1981 at 11:00 a.m. at the Probate Court, Wells W_, I in ,-, m ,-w= M=i .4. DOBERMAN PINSCllER-- Puppy. Female. ttas had all shots. Call 802-439-5464 mornings. I t-4-I0--p River, Vermont. You meyappear then and there to show cause, if any you may have, why the said instrument should not be allowed as the Lost will end Testament af the deceased. Dated this 4th day of June, 1981. /s/Rena N. Vigneeu dge 6/]0--17--24 WANTED-- Lawn roller 24 inches wide in useable con- dition. (802) 222-5595. 2t--6- 17--c WANTED-- Used or otO decoys, old books on hunting and fishing. Write Box 454, Bradford, Vt. 05033. tf--nc Thurs.-Fri.-Sat 9: I}0-5:1}0 or by chance ,t 802-222-4507 I /=l Res!dence: SIFIED l I[o],.'tl It.'1 :fRill 01 I1 LOST-- One young lamb. Ear  register tag No. 24. Vicinity (:+CAN HELP YOU 1 Rt. 25. Cassville. Reward offered, Harvey Locke, Bradford, Vt, 802-439-5455. _.  JOB CORPS_ l ' 8T--7-22--p WANTED If you Left School or Graduated /. 2'x'-::::- and Need Assistance on ( - FINI)ING TilE RIGHT OWN YOUR WORK FOR YOU OWN RETAIL - GETTING TRAINING - GETTING STARTED APPAREL SHOP Job Corps is a u.s. Govnt program to hetp you  Offer the latest in jeans, skills that employers want . . become sdf-supporfing and proud of your ebllitles . . . have maney in your denims and sportswear, pocket and in the hank. At a .lob Corps Center you can ;. $14.85000 includes in- w- lrir/'_,ItVll:llJ ventory, fixtures, etc. Room And Board, Free! Complete Store! Open in as Training, Books, Supplies, Free! ANTIQUES OF ALl, little as 2 weeks anywhere Medical, Dental Care, Free! KINDS in U.S.A. (also available Transportation, Free! infants, childrens and pre- Even son SlndiN money, too... Ndp to get your HS ' Ed & Lynda Kulikowski teen shop) Call JOANN, dioma . . or learn to drive. Ook:e of caers m,J can Route 5 TOLl, FREE !-800-874-4780. train forl If Wu redly want to be a capobia, emptoye ( Lower Plain ) person, h JOB CORPS in Bradford. P ! C K - U P T R U C K - (800) 523-0104 Open OWNERS-- Make $25,000. Yearly up. Operating a FIREWOOD BUSINESS. Further Information FREE. i Acc pti Applic tio Dovercourt. TORONTO. e ng a ns CANADA MGH-2W4 2t--6- E-p b [TL t''*'-NIIIItlI'IITITiIilI($ I The Upper Valley Teacher Training Program is accepting applications from qualified candidates WANTED--Children to cart" for full academic year teaching internships in SERVICES for in my home, Flexible Hanover area schools. Elementary and secon- arrangements. Call 802-439- AIRLESS PAINT spraying at 5528anytime. 4t--4-4--pd. dary (English, Social Studies, Science) and art new construction, com- mercial, farm buildings and WANTED-- Bookkeeping in positions available. N.H, teaching certification metal roofs. Valley Painting my home part-time. All areas upon graduation, Some scholarships. Call Sheila Cnmpany, 802-333-9393. 3- of small business. On a Murphy 643-5666 immediately. 25--tf---c weekly, quarterly or monthly basis. References. Write your SAW AND TOOL sharpening, needs to: Bookkeeping, c-o i + Also hand saws. 802-222-4032. Journal ,Opinion, Dept. 27, L.J. Benjamin, So. Rd. Bradford, Vt. 05033. NC Victims of heart attach Entrance, Bradford, Vt. 4t---6- 17---c CHILD CARE--- Provided in within the past three months my Fairground Road home. GENERAL WELDING" Experienced. Dawn Lavin. 30 to 74 year dd Farm and construction. 802-222-9053. 41--6-17--p Portable equipment. Paul The Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Tinkham 802-58@3508. 8t--7- SCHOOL will be out soon. I--c Here's the answer to your Hanover, N.H., would like you to participate in a babysitting needs, medical study to furnish information that may WANTED--Bookings for Experienced mother wants possibly prevent recurrent heart attacks. weddings, parties, clubs and children to care for. Large dances. The Swingers. Music play area. Ride to swimming For information please call collect 603-643-4000, of 20's to 50's and beyond, also lessons furnished. Toddlers ext. 3521 or 3544. squares. Have caller -- 802- welcome. Call 222-4716. 4t---6-   g[ ..... 222-4032. 8t--7-l--c 10--p ill::[g'W_'lllk[tll[t4:/I WANTED-- Babysitting in  I=I=III'.ITiW*-ILIII/I'I] NOTIcE'0FIIEARING " your home. Afternoons and ACCOUNTING ON ALLOWANCE OE WILt evenings 802-222-4412. 2t--6- EDP HELP WANTED-- Rugged, STATE OF VERMONT 17--p ENGINEERING mature farmer or couple to IN THE MATTER 0F THE ESTATE 0F M|ldred ............ .. _, Numerous openings in New manage and work 126 acres ear+round in Corinth. Must A.tmertun PROBATE COURT FOR TNE ml1l/,_l,ltlllgtl England and nationwide for eney'3toor work induding : +; DISTRICT OF IIdll + " --,,i .=,,.... degreed professionals. Always forest management, caring mlnm  wm  O +hi bei/'s at law end atlp#rSOes 0NAIL0WAN10FWlL , ny paLd. Call today for for hek' dni be capable of interested in the Estate af Mildred A. eTATEOFVBI details. (603)298-5524. Snelling coping with any problems Emerson, tote af Bradford, in said Distrt, m m trr OF mE lTAn OF ttV &Snelling, Colonial Plaza, W. arlsing in the Boondocks. deceased= You are notified that a written in- Needer,m PROBAI COURT FOR THE Lebanon, NH 03784. 4t--6- Must have four-wheel drive. strument doted June 23, t978, and purporting to be the Last Will and DISTRtCrOFIInMfw4 IO---C Non-drinkers and non- smokers preferred. Salary, Testament af said deceased has been Ta the brs at bw and dl persons WANTED--- Stitchers ara. plus living quarters, plus presented ta the Probate Court for the interested in the Estate of Mary Hen- District of Bradford by Wendell C. Grant, derson, late of Newbury, in said District, stitcher trainees. We have utilities,plus fringe benefits. with a petition requesting Probate thereaf, deceased= immediate openings for ex- Dept. 100, 'Journal Opinion, The hearing thereon has been You are notified that writ(an in- perienced stitchers and scheduled far the 29th day af June, 19B1 strument dated October 11, 1978, and inexperienced persons who Bradford, Vermont 050,3. at 10:oo a.m. at thePrabateCaurt, Wells purpmling ta be the lest Will and River, Vermont. You anwappear then and Testament of mkl doo=d h lan are interested in learning to 81---7-15---e there ta show cause, if any you may have, pres4nted to the Prehate Court for the stitch. Apply Emgee Inc,. why the said instrument should not be Dstrict of Bradford by Kenneth Wok;h, the Chelsea, Vt. 802-6857722. 4- allowed as the Lost Will and Testament of nominated eutor, with a Ititian 15--tf--e the deceased, requesting Probate thereof. Doted this 271hdayof May, 1981. The hearing thereon has been PUBLIC NOTICE Is/ Rena N. Vigneou scheduiad for tha 30th oby of June, 1981 JmlRe at 11,00 o.m. at the Probate Court, walls 6/3-10-I 7 River, Vermont. You may appear than and there ta show cause, if any you may have, Ii ' +"+ '' +"+'+-'+ WARNI N tJ dbwed as the Lest Will and Testament of Answers To the d.ed. Sports Quiz Is/Reoo N. Vi Nancy Lopez-Melton. 6/3-10-17 ANNUAL SCHOOL MEETING OF THE BRADFORD ACADEMY & GRADE SCHOOL DISTRICT Dadtq___0000 Annual Town - 7.30 PeM. S chad Oistri el Meeting The leg al vote rs of the Bradford Ac adem y & Graded School District are hereby notified and warned to meet at the Bradford Academy Auditorium in Bradford, To the voters of the Newbury School District, Vermont, in said District, on Tuesday, June 30, 1981 at Greetings: half after seven in the evening to act upon the The inhabitants of the Town of Newbury, legal voters following, to wit: Reg. String | / no  Trimmer / Trimmer \\; gasoline  nengaes?/;l.+ cc t" powered 26.2 m3l liaht- Jlt 26.2 lightweight  ] ." ,.f. -pi "+ 00ale handle (82-6181)/-- s109 Sale s17g 9s glower (show) gasoline powered fits STIO0 Trimmer Brushcutter Kit 26.2 cc engine with Softone" muffler ideal for blowing leaves for ST200 for lightweight 15" and grass from driveways dense weeds (82-6188) cutting swath (82-6194) (82-6186) ,,$1..95 Sale s34" Rag =124" rage39 99 -" ,- _00n,,vee Sale =9 00aie -tu .nc. All three Homelite string trimmers Include automatic string ad ROUTE 10, NO. HAVERHILL, N.H. Tel. (603) 787-6981 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 22nd day of June, 1981 at 8:00 P.M. to act on the following ar- ticles, viz: ARTICLE I. 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 if the Town School District will raise the sum of $5,000 for the purpose of energy related improvements at the Newbury Elementary School. ARTICLE 5. 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 l, 1981 to June 30,1982. ARTICLE 6. To elect one School Director' to Union High School District No. 30 for a term of three years. ARTICLE 7. To elect a Town School Director for three years; a Town School Director for two years; a Town School Director for one year; a Town School Auditor for three years; a Treasurer for one year. ARTICLE 8. 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, 1981 I hereby certify that the foregoing was recorded before posting. Attest: Barbara M. Welch, Town Clerk ARTICLE 1. To elect a Moderator and Clerk for the year ensuing. ARTICLE 2. 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 hy 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 vote that all taxes be placed in the hands of the Treasurer no later than September 1, 1981, due and payable November 30, 1981, 3:00 P.M. (90 days) without discount. Delinquent taxes will be turned over to the Tax Collector on December 4, 1981 at 3:00 P.M. and a penalty tax of 1 per cent per month interest plus the collector's fee will be charged to all delinquent accounts. ARTICLE 7. 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 8. To transact any other business which may legally come before said meeting. Dated at Bradford, Vermont this 13th day of May, A.D. 1981. Kathryn G. Kidder Richard H. McClintock Hazel B. Pratt Bradford Academy & Graded School District Trustees 1 hereby certify that the foregoing warning was duly recorded before being posted. Attest: Ruth O. Southworth, Clerk.