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Page 8A-The Second Opinion-July I, 1981 tilE00'00ATIEi . Meet the -" '- B:t:F_,lIl:k't/rl:m COLEBROOK AREA-- 5 to 20 GROTON,- 4 boom house acre lots. $6,500 up. As low as -- $16590jAf'k 11klnancing to $108 down. $80 per month to qualifi, t. acre, owner. 603-882-5390. St--& privateJtttng. L;au after 5:00 P.M. 802-439%572. tf--nc REAL ESTATE VALLEY ASSOCIATES OF BRADFORD 21 North Main Street Bradford, Vt. 802-222.5544 WE MAY HAVE A BUYER FOR YOUR ltOUSE. LIST WITH US TODAY! "Each Office Independently Owned And eroted" CORINTH--Sparkling clean threa-hedream ranch on seven wooded acres fronting two town roods. House features oil-weather sitting porch, walls panelled throihaut, clean and dry hesoment, detached two- car porogo, SYo,ooe WEST TOPSNAM-Recenfly renovated, tastefully decorated 4 bedroom hillside Cope home with easy access to fronting paved rood. $59,$00 WEST NIWIIUIIY--Chalet with 2 bedrooms, kitchen, dining ruom, and living room. Double sliding glass doors lead from dining and living roams to a 10"x24" deck. Energy efficient home that heats with 3 to 4 cord of wood. SSt,lOO BRADFORD-How in 1979, 3 bedroom ranch with custom pine kitchen cabinets. Living room features hardwood floor and hearth for wood stove, t4$,01)0 SO. NliWIUIIY-Beautiful southern exposure that brings the hills to lifo, Seven comfortable rooms for oil-around family living. $45,000 NEWRURT-horming 2-story colonial with 7 +- acres. Conveniently located in Hewbury village. $4g,500 BRADFORD--This beautiful 12 yeer old home has it oil. Slidin glass doors lead from the dining room to a patio deck overlook*ng an above ground pool, $49,000 FOR RENT HISTORIC FEDERAL HOME Set on .9 acre +- in tiny Vermont Village has been carefully restored to a fine condition and retains many antique features. 3 bedrooms, 11/2 baths, large ell (unrestored), new central chimney, new wiring, new plumbing, roof repaired recently. $39,500 17.2 ACRES PLUS With 750 feet of frontage on Class 4 road; wooded with excellent hardwood; good buildable spots. Excellent terms to a qultted . $9,500 RICHARDSON ASSOCIATES INCORPORATED I"[I 802-222-4043 I !l I I IN I I I II dl MARTHA 11. DAVIES REAL ESTATE At Thetford Pharmacy East Thetford, Vt. 05043 ( 802 )785-2849 Member Vt.-N.tt. MLS fa of milk DORIS R. COLTON REAL ESTATE East Thetford, Vt. 05043 Telephone (802)333-4644 Richard (Dick) DeGoosh 333 -9623 Mike O'Donnell 333-9620 FOR RENT REANABLE if you have carpentry skills and ability to work on an old house for the summer, otherwise rent $200. plus utilities, 30 day lease. Send inquiry to Sally Young, Box 278, Bradford, Vt. 802-222-4090.2t--7-8---c COMMERCIAl. SPACE-- 3,000 Square Feet, heated commercial space available July I, downtown Bradford, Vermont. Call Paul Gallerani, 802-222-4634. 4t--7-15--c tlOUSE FOR RENT-- Stately Newbury house well situated. Owner to retain two rooms for occasional usage. Minor stipulations to be fairly in- sisted upon. No cats. Reasonable. 802-866.5670 or 802-866-5657. 3t--7-15---c For Rent lloveys Shops is accepting applications for the rent of a one room efficiency. Heat, electricity, hot and cold water, parking and rubbish removal are all included. Private bathroom, and closet. All appliances and furniture provided in this newly redecorated comfortable living area that must be seen to be appreciated. Wall-to-wall carpet has been installed. Ideal for retired people. Very reasonable rate. Come now as it will soon be rented... CONTACT HOVEYS SHOPS IN WOODSVILLE. (continued from page 10A) white milk, so, too, do you have them for chocolate. Chocolate milk is whole milk with chocolate or cocoa and sweetners added. Chocolate lowfat milk is made with I or 2 per cent white milk with the same additions. There's even a chocolate skim milk which is just what you'd expect: skim milk witfi FOR RENT- BRADFORD- One bedroom apartment wall to wall carpeting, all utilities furnished. No children, no _pets, one month security deposit and references ,required. 802-222-9366. tf--4 24--c chocolate or cocoa and sweetners. Vitamin A is added to fortify them, while vitamin D is optional for all of them. Chocolate milks are generally packaged in the smaller, quart containers. Anyone -- young or old, male or female -- can have an upset stomach. Now there's a new milk product that some scientists believe can help t O * Tornado reaction (continued from page IA) urges residents to be alert for schools, churches or other broken power lines, shattered public facilities keep a bat- glass, splintered wood and tery-operated radio, flashlights and a supply of fresh batteries on hand. Home owners are also advised to take a complete inventory of their personal belongings before a tornado or other disaster strikes. This inventory should be kept in a safe deposit box or in a safe place away from the premises. An insurance claim is made easter if you keep a good inventory list, receipts and other pertinent in- formation concerning your possessions in a safe place. DURING THE STORM other hazards that they may encounter. Home owners and businessmen who have suf- fered damage to their property are advised to make temporary repairs to prevent further loss from rain, wind and looting. They should also contact their insurance agent as soon as possible, since prompt service is usually available wit1imhours after a tornado or other disaster strikes a community. A free-loan film produced by the Institute, "Nightmare of Spring," is available to the No. 4251--160 acres, Corinth, $48,000; open and woodedi abandoned farm; good growing lumber; 15 acres or more open fields. House on 20 acres, Ryegate, $45,000; almost dead-end road; wooded acreage; secluded; excellent gambrel-style house almost new. No. 427e,-105 acres, Wright's Mt., Bradford, $63,000; one of the most beautiful parcels of land in VT. NO. 429210:7 acres, Vershire, Vt., near Judgement Ridge, $7,500. Wooded, views, town road. One acre, Newbury $3,000; good secluded building site NQ 316--WELL8 RIVER. This beaitifully maintained 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 $600.00 per year. Price $4S,000.00 No. 4317NEWBURY. New, custom crafted, white  Carl 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 wood-gas combination heating system for low heat bill and is situated on 2 beautiful acres. Drive out today, and see this lovely home 1 mile from route 302 on Scotch Hollow Road. Price $49,900.00. No. 4321 I0 acres. Newbarv. Vt,. $4,000; on Town Trail for  mile; same disnce from electricity; good growing hardwoods; good for recreation and in- vestment, but at present not good for year-round living; owner will finance. N_. 326--15.S ggres. Plermont. 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. No. 433l3.5 acre building site, Newbury, $9,400; a pleasant situation; brook; open and wooded; well and septic system; cellar hole. Good for house or mobile home. No. 434e--Neat retirement home on 2 beautiful acres on Goshen Road in Bradford. $30,000. minimize gastrointestinal disturbances. In it, con- centrated culture of Lac- tobacillus acidophi[us has been added to cold pasteurized milk, usually lowfat or skim. The natural flavor of the milk is unchanged and the bacteria become active when the milk is "warmed to internal body temperature. Although further research is needed, L. Aeidophilus is believed to help maintain the balance of microorganisms in the intestinal tract. The new product is intended only as a beverage, as heating for other uses would destroy the beneficial bacteria. It's available in various brands throughout the country in quart and half-gallon cartons. More Relatives of Milk Those who want to save additional money and calories can mix their own milk. Reconstitute nonfat dry milk with water and use, or mix equal parts of it with other milk. Nonfat dry milk comes boxed or in individual packets. Evaporated milk comes in cans. It starts out as whole milk, which is then con- centrated by evaporating the water; it's homogenized and fortified with vitamin D (400 IU per pint), packed in cans, sealed and sterilized. Add water according to label directions if you want to reconstitute it. There's also now available an evaporated skim milk with vitamins A and D. Sweetened, condensed milk is also canned but completely different from the evaporated kind. It's canned whole milk concentrate to which nutritive sweetner has been added to prevent spoilage, and it is used for special desserts. Buttermilk is made by adding a bacterial culture to milk for tangy flavor and special consistency. Sometimes you'll even find flecks of real butter for extra flavor, since it's a lowfat type of milk. Seasonally, you'll find eggnog that contains milk, eggs, sugar and cream with traditional flavorings. So you see, the choice is yours: whole, skim or lowfat; white, chocolate or but- termilk; nonfat dry or evaporated, in carton, can or an occasional bottle. You can .even get the smaller cartons in school, cafeteria, restaurant or vending machine. There's no reason to be without it ! NAME You'll be in great shape NORTll IIAVERIIILL-- One bedroom studio apartment. Clean, carpeted. Energy ef- ficient appliances. Landromat for tenants $40 per week. Blackmount Apartments. (603) 787-6419. 6t7-15--L_ APARTMENT FOR RENT-- Woodsville, 5 rooms, 2nd floor, =heat, hot water, parking, entrance. Adults 603-747-2437 time. 3t---7-l--pd AVAILABLE FOR IM- MEDIATE occupancy. A one and a two bedroom apart- ment. Both with bath, wall to wall carpeting, kitchen ap- pliances. Heat, lights, hot water, gas, and rubbish removal included in rent. Security deposit required. No children or pets in this well managed building. Mt. Gardner Apts., 43 Central St., Woodsville, N.H. Tel. 787-6280 or 787-6355. Edward C. Patten. i 4tf-c 'RENT WOODSVILLE-- Unfurnished 1st floor apar- tment. Three s, bath, kitchen jkl]ffig-dining room.es $175. One year  first, and last ' monthquJred. Wood heater r included. 802-222-9014 mor- nings 2t--6-3---c LiSBON--Furnished, heated $40 per week. 17, Liquor 3t--7-15--c Motorists who happen to be in their car as a tornado ap- proaches are advised to abandon the vehicle and seek shelter in the nearest ditch or depression, if no suitable shelter is available. According to the Institute, the safest place in the home is the basement. In houses that do not have a basement, residents are advised to take shelter in a bathroom or closet on the lowest level of the structure or under a heavy piece of furniture. Stay away from windows. A large piece of furniture or a mattress in your basement will provide protection in an emergency. If a tornado strikes during school hours, teachers will keep children away from windows and seek shelter either in a designated area or in interior hallways. Con- cerned parents SHOULD NOT attempt to go out in the storm to pick up 'their children at school. The Institute advises office workers or shoppers to seek shelter in an interior corridor on the lowest level of whatever structure they are in and to stay away from windows or exterior walls. All personnel should be aware of the location of designated shelter areas in their buildings. AFTER THE STORM After a tornado has struck a community, the Institute FRANOONIA INSURANOE business community and to educational groups. The film demonstrates the need to be prepared to act fast to protect both life and property if a tornado strikes your com- munity. Requests for the film, wl'dch should include both a first choice date and an alternate date, should be sent to: Modern Talking Picture Service, 5000 Park Street North, St. Petersburg, Florida, 33709, or contact the Institute's Regional Office, 27 School Street, Suite 305, Boston, MA 02108. Free leaflets on "Tornado Safety", are also available from the Institute's Boston office. N011Cl OF NIAIII ON ALLOWAIK1 OF WAS STAT! OF VIRMONlr IH THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Llde R. IMhrels PROBATE COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF edfml To the heirs at law omi all parsons interested in the Estate of Lyl R. ftehreels, lae of Nowbory, in sold District, deceased. You are notifl that o written instrument doted June 12, 1980, and purporting to be the Lost Will and Testament of said deceased hns been presented to the Probate Court for the District of Bradford by Viola L. Behronds, with o petition requesting Probate thereof. The hearing thereon has been scheduled for the 3rd day of August, 1981 at 10,00 AM ot the Probes Court, Wells River, Vermont. You met appear then ml there to shaw cause, if any you may hove, why the said instrument should not be allowed as the Lost Will and Testomeat of the deceased. Doted this 22ed day of July, 1981. Reea N. V]llneav Jk 711-8-15 with the weekly pa,[ You can't beat our Journal Opinion and Second Opinion. People like different things and we offer something for everyone in the family.., for the housewife to start her day off right, for the working man to relax with after a hectic day at the office. For the convenience of home delivery subscribe to the Journal Opinion and get the Second Opinion as a bonus. J,O0 in Vermont and New Hampshire Sll.00 Out of State =ZOO Senior Citizen rates Journal Opinion P. O. BOX 378 BRADFORD, VERMONT 05033 ADDRESS TOWN STATE TEL. WE DELIVER I " 0 "0 I ' ' 0"" "" - Blocks of all shapes and sizes ,;,,:-:l-.,,,s i.',.;,,,,.,,,,,,. ,, ,, .,.o,.,m= SALE Insulated Black ,...c.,, 00,000 6TU .,Du..,,,,o.., 1 iplementa Chimney Block 0 0 ' i  1   StateBradfrdof inVermont,the Countya minor.f Omn.by endand Bluestone fin natural WrleV, her geardion Morarie H. wood & can bo used for patios and of Bradford, Vermont, hes filed BRADFORD, VERMONT in ,h,, co., a.ti,..t,  that Bricks in 24 she will horftor he known and called, coal FurnaCe different ranges W. Lebanon, N.H. Phone: 1603| 298.59.59 CK PLAN t DIVISION OF ARTHUR WHITCOMB, INC, 50 years of Dependable Service OP_N 1931-1981 Sat APPLICATIONS being taken for Attractive apartments for the elderly (62 years or more) or permanently handicapped. also remodeled apartments for Low Income Housing. Eligible tenants will pay no more than V4 of their income for rent. For further information contact Colonial Village at O'Brien Realty, Jet. 5 & 2S Bradford, Vermon t or call 802-222-4103. all mlicmims or, li on  onity for hausinO mmt0m,. Kimherly Anne Hatch. TNINF0111[ it is ordered by said Court thet oil parsons interested he notified to appear before soid Court oto session to be held at the Prelate Offfca in Wefts River in said District on the 13th day of July, 1981 at 10,00 o'clock in the forenoon to show cause if anywhy the preyer of said petition should not he granted. For which porpOSO it is ordered by said Court that O copy of this order be puhiishad in the Jearul OIl o n, wspnp shed at Bredfm'd in Ntd District, fOr three weeks svccossively, all of which shall be previous to said date. Given under my hand at Wells River in said District this lOh day of Juno, 1981. Reea H. Vij: 6124;7/1-$ Page 8A-The Second Opinion-July I, 1981 tilE00'00ATIEi . Meet the -" '- B:t:F_,lIl:k't/rl:m COLEBROOK AREA-- 5 to 20 GROTON,- 4 boom house acre lots. $6,500 up. As low as -- $16590jAf'k 11klnancing to $108 down. $80 per month to qualifi, t. acre, owner. 603-882-5390. St--& privateJtttng. L;au after 5:00 P.M. 802-439%572. tf--nc REAL ESTATE VALLEY ASSOCIATES OF BRADFORD 21 North Main Street Bradford, Vt. 802-222.5544 WE MAY HAVE A BUYER FOR YOUR ltOUSE. LIST WITH US TODAY! "Each Office Independently Owned And eroted" CORINTH--Sparkling clean threa-hedream ranch on seven wooded acres fronting two town roods. House features oil-weather sitting porch, walls panelled throihaut, clean and dry hesoment, detached two- car porogo, SYo,ooe WEST TOPSNAM-Recenfly renovated, tastefully decorated 4 bedroom hillside Cope home with easy access to fronting paved rood. $59,$00 WEST NIWIIUIIY--Chalet with 2 bedrooms, kitchen, dining ruom, and living room. Double sliding glass doors lead from dining and living roams to a 10"x24" deck. Energy efficient home that heats with 3 to 4 cord of wood. SSt,lOO BRADFORD-How in 1979, 3 bedroom ranch with custom pine kitchen cabinets. Living room features hardwood floor and hearth for wood stove, t4$,01)0 SO. NliWIUIIY-Beautiful southern exposure that brings the hills to lifo, Seven comfortable rooms for oil-around family living. $45,000 NEWRURT-horming 2-story colonial with 7 +- acres. Conveniently located in Hewbury village. $4g,500 BRADFORD--This beautiful 12 yeer old home has it oil. Slidin glass doors lead from the dining room to a patio deck overlook*ng an above ground pool, $49,000 FOR RENT HISTORIC FEDERAL HOME Set on .9 acre +- in tiny Vermont Village has been carefully restored to a fine condition and retains many antique features. 3 bedrooms, 11/2 baths, large ell (unrestored), new central chimney, new wiring, new plumbing, roof repaired recently. $39,500 17.2 ACRES PLUS With 750 feet of frontage on Class 4 road; wooded with excellent hardwood; good buildable spots. Excellent terms to a qultted . $9,500 RICHARDSON ASSOCIATES INCORPORATED I"[I 802-222-4043 I !l I I IN I I I II dl MARTHA 11. DAVIES REAL ESTATE At Thetford Pharmacy East Thetford, Vt. 05043 ( 802 )785-2849 Member Vt.-N.tt. MLS fa of milk DORIS R. COLTON REAL ESTATE East Thetford, Vt. 05043 Telephone (802)333-4644 Richard (Dick) DeGoosh 333 -9623 Mike O'Donnell 333-9620 FOR RENT REANABLE if you have carpentry skills and ability to work on an old house for the summer, otherwise rent $200. plus utilities, 30 day lease. Send inquiry to Sally Young, Box 278, Bradford, Vt. 802-222-4090.2t--7-8---c COMMERCIAl. SPACE-- 3,000 Square Feet, heated commercial space available July I, downtown Bradford, Vermont. Call Paul Gallerani, 802-222-4634. 4t--7-15--c tlOUSE FOR RENT-- Stately Newbury house well situated. Owner to retain two rooms for occasional usage. Minor stipulations to be fairly in- sisted upon. No cats. Reasonable. 802-866.5670 or 802-866-5657. 3t--7-15---c For Rent lloveys Shops is accepting applications for the rent of a one room efficiency. Heat, electricity, hot and cold water, parking and rubbish removal are all included. Private bathroom, and closet. All appliances and furniture provided in this newly redecorated comfortable living area that must be seen to be appreciated. Wall-to-wall carpet has been installed. Ideal for retired people. Very reasonable rate. Come now as it will soon be rented... CONTACT HOVEYS SHOPS IN WOODSVILLE. (continued from page 10A) white milk, so, too, do you have them for chocolate. Chocolate milk is whole milk with chocolate or cocoa and sweetners added. Chocolate lowfat milk is made with I or 2 per cent white milk with the same additions. There's even a chocolate skim milk which is just what you'd expect: skim milk witfi FOR RENT- BRADFORD- One bedroom apartment wall to wall carpeting, all utilities furnished. No children, no _pets, one month security deposit and references ,required. 802-222-9366. tf--4 24--c chocolate or cocoa and sweetners. Vitamin A is added to fortify them, while vitamin D is optional for all of them. Chocolate milks are generally packaged in the smaller, quart containers. Anyone -- young or old, male or female -- can have an upset stomach. Now there's a new milk product that some scientists believe can help t O * Tornado reaction (continued from page IA) urges residents to be alert for schools, churches or other broken power lines, shattered public facilities keep a bat- glass, splintered wood and tery-operated radio, flashlights and a supply of fresh batteries on hand. Home owners are also advised to take a complete inventory of their personal belongings before a tornado or other disaster strikes. This inventory should be kept in a safe deposit box or in a safe place away from the premises. An insurance claim is made easter if you keep a good inventory list, receipts and other pertinent in- formation concerning your possessions in a safe place. DURING THE STORM other hazards that they may encounter. Home owners and businessmen who have suf- fered damage to their property are advised to make temporary repairs to prevent further loss from rain, wind and looting. They should also contact their insurance agent as soon as possible, since prompt service is usually available wit1imhours after a tornado or other disaster strikes a community. A free-loan film produced by the Institute, "Nightmare of Spring," is available to the No. 4251--160 acres, Corinth, $48,000; open and woodedi abandoned farm; good growing lumber; 15 acres or more open fields. House on 20 acres, Ryegate, $45,000; almost dead-end road; wooded acreage; secluded; excellent gambrel-style house almost new. No. 427e,-105 acres, Wright's Mt., Bradford, $63,000; one of the most beautiful parcels of land in VT. NO. 429210:7 acres, Vershire, Vt., near Judgement Ridge, $7,500. Wooded, views, town road. One acre, Newbury $3,000; good secluded building site NQ 316--WELL8 RIVER. This beaitifully maintained 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 $600.00 per year. Price $4S,000.00 No. 4317NEWBURY. New, custom crafted, white  Carl 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 wood-gas combination heating system for low heat bill and is situated on 2 beautiful acres. Drive out today, and see this lovely home 1 mile from route 302 on Scotch Hollow Road. Price $49,900.00. No. 4321 I0 acres. Newbarv. Vt,. $4,000; on Town Trail for  mile; same disnce from electricity; good growing hardwoods; good for recreation and in- vestment, but at present not good for year-round living; owner will finance. N_. 326--15.S ggres. Plermont. 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. No. 433l3.5 acre building site, Newbury, $9,400; a pleasant situation; brook; open and wooded; well and septic system; cellar hole. Good for house or mobile home. No. 434e--Neat retirement home on 2 beautiful acres on Goshen Road in Bradford. $30,000. minimize gastrointestinal disturbances. In it, con- centrated culture of Lac- tobacillus acidophi[us has been added to cold pasteurized milk, usually lowfat or skim. The natural flavor of the milk is unchanged and the bacteria become active when the milk is "warmed to internal body temperature. Although further research is needed, L. Aeidophilus is believed to help maintain the balance of microorganisms in the intestinal tract. The new product is intended only as a beverage, as heating for other uses would destroy the beneficial bacteria. It's available in various brands throughout the country in quart and half-gallon cartons. More Relatives of Milk Those who want to save additional money and calories can mix their own milk. Reconstitute nonfat dry milk with water and use, or mix equal parts of it with other milk. Nonfat dry milk comes boxed or in individual packets. Evaporated milk comes in cans. It starts out as whole milk, which is then con- centrated by evaporating the water; it's homogenized and fortified with vitamin D (400 IU per pint), packed in cans, sealed and sterilized. Add water according to label directions if you want to reconstitute it. There's also now available an evaporated skim milk with vitamins A and D. Sweetened, condensed milk is also canned but completely different from the evaporated kind. It's canned whole milk concentrate to which nutritive sweetner has been added to prevent spoilage, and it is used for special desserts. Buttermilk is made by adding a bacterial culture to milk for tangy flavor and special consistency. Sometimes you'll even find flecks of real butter for extra flavor, since it's a lowfat type of milk. Seasonally, you'll find eggnog that contains milk, eggs, sugar and cream with traditional flavorings. So you see, the choice is yours: whole, skim or lowfat; white, chocolate or but- termilk; nonfat dry or evaporated, in carton, can or an occasional bottle. You can .even get the smaller cartons in school, cafeteria, restaurant or vending machine. There's no reason to be without it ! NAME You'll be in great shape NORTll IIAVERIIILL-- One bedroom studio apartment. Clean, carpeted. Energy ef- ficient appliances. Landromat for tenants $40 per week. Blackmount Apartments. (603) 787-6419. 6t7-15--L_ APARTMENT FOR RENT-- Woodsville, 5 rooms, 2nd floor, =heat, hot water, parking, entrance. Adults 603-747-2437 time. 3t---7-l--pd AVAILABLE FOR IM- MEDIATE occupancy. A one and a two bedroom apart- ment. Both with bath, wall to wall carpeting, kitchen ap- pliances. Heat, lights, hot water, gas, and rubbish removal included in rent. Security deposit required. No children or pets in this well managed building. Mt. Gardner Apts., 43 Central St., Woodsville, N.H. Tel. 787-6280 or 787-6355. Edward C. Patten. i 4tf-c 'RENT WOODSVILLE-- Unfurnished 1st floor apar- tment. Three s, bath, kitchen jkl]ffig-dining room.es $175. One year  first, and last ' monthquJred. Wood heater r included. 802-222-9014 mor- nings 2t--6-3---c LiSBON--Furnished, heated $40 per week. 17, Liquor 3t--7-15--c Motorists who happen to be in their car as a tornado ap- proaches are advised to abandon the vehicle and seek shelter in the nearest ditch or depression, if no suitable shelter is available. According to the Institute, the safest place in the home is the basement. In houses that do not have a basement, residents are advised to take shelter in a bathroom or closet on the lowest level of the structure or under a heavy piece of furniture. Stay away from windows. A large piece of furniture or a mattress in your basement will provide protection in an emergency. If a tornado strikes during school hours, teachers will keep children away from windows and seek shelter either in a designated area or in interior hallways. Con- cerned parents SHOULD NOT attempt to go out in the storm to pick up 'their children at school. The Institute advises office workers or shoppers to seek shelter in an interior corridor on the lowest level of whatever structure they are in and to stay away from windows or exterior walls. All personnel should be aware of the location of designated shelter areas in their buildings. AFTER THE STORM After a tornado has struck a community, the Institute FRANOONIA INSURANOE business community and to educational groups. The film demonstrates the need to be prepared to act fast to protect both life and property if a tornado strikes your com- munity. Requests for the film, wl'dch should include both a first choice date and an alternate date, should be sent to: Modern Talking Picture Service, 5000 Park Street North, St. Petersburg, Florida, 33709, or contact the Institute's Regional Office, 27 School Street, Suite 305, Boston, MA 02108. Free leaflets on "Tornado Safety", are also available from the Institute's Boston office. N011Cl OF NIAIII ON ALLOWAIK1 OF WAS STAT! OF VIRMONlr IH THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Llde R. IMhrels PROBATE COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF edfml To the heirs at law omi all parsons interested in the Estate of Lyl R. ftehreels, lae of Nowbory, in sold District, deceased. You are notifl that o written instrument doted June 12, 1980, and purporting to be the Lost Will and Testament of said deceased hns been presented to the Probate Court for the District of Bradford by Viola L. Behronds, with o petition requesting Probate thereof. The hearing thereon has been scheduled for the 3rd day of August, 1981 at 10,00 AM ot the Probes Court, Wells River, Vermont. You met appear then ml there to shaw cause, if any you may hove, why the said instrument should not be allowed as the Lost Will and Testomeat of the deceased. Doted this 22ed day of July, 1981. Reea N. V]llneav Jk 711-8-15 with the weekly pa,[ You can't beat our Journal Opinion and Second Opinion. People like different things and we offer something for everyone in the family.., for the housewife to start her day off right, for the working man to relax with after a hectic day at the office. For the convenience of home delivery subscribe to the Journal Opinion and get the Second Opinion as a bonus. J,O0 in Vermont and New Hampshire Sll.00 Out of State =ZOO Senior Citizen rates Journal Opinion P. O. BOX 378 BRADFORD, VERMONT 05033 ADDRESS TOWN STATE TEL. WE DELIVER I " 0 "0 I ' ' 0"" "" - Blocks of all shapes and sizes ,;,,:-:l-.,,,s i.',.;,,,,.,,,,,,. ,, ,, .,.o,.,m= SALE Insulated Black ,...c.,, 00,000 6TU .,Du..,,,,o.., 1 iplementa Chimney Block 0 0 ' i  1   StateBradfrdof inVermont,the Countya minor.f Omn.by endand Bluestone fin natural WrleV, her geardion Morarie H. wood & can bo used for patios and of Bradford, Vermont, hes filed BRADFORD, VERMONT in ,h,, co., a.ti,..t,  that Bricks in 24 she will horftor he known and called, coal FurnaCe different ranges W. Lebanon, N.H. Phone: 1603| 298.59.59 CK PLAN t DIVISION OF ARTHUR WHITCOMB, INC, 50 years of Dependable Service OP_N 1931-1981 Sat APPLICATIONS being taken for Attractive apartments for the elderly (62 years or more) or permanently handicapped. also remodeled apartments for Low Income Housing. Eligible tenants will pay no more than V4 of their income for rent. For further information contact Colonial Village at O'Brien Realty, Jet. 5 & 2S Bradford, Vermon t or call 802-222-4103. all mlicmims or, li on  onity for hausinO mmt0m,. Kimherly Anne Hatch. TNINF0111[ it is ordered by said Court thet oil parsons interested he notified to appear before soid Court oto session to be held at the Prelate Offfca in Wefts River in said District on the 13th day of July, 1981 at 10,00 o'clock in the forenoon to show cause if anywhy the preyer of said petition should not he granted. For which porpOSO it is ordered by said Court that O copy of this order be puhiishad in the Jearul OIl o n, wspnp shed at Bredfm'd in Ntd District, fOr three weeks svccossively, all of which shall be previous to said date. Given under my hand at Wells River in said District this lOh day of Juno, 1981. Reea H. Vij: 6124;7/1-$