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: July 15, 1981-The Second Opinion-Page 7A FOR SALE 978 Endura 250 FOR SALE-- Metal cots, great for camp $10. each. Gilbride, Doe Hill off Rte. 5 S. Newbury. 41--4.29---p TD-6 International Crawler WA.NTED.-- Rotary mower with Issacson winch and 9 ft. and operator wanted for 13 outside blade. $1500. Call 802- acres. Newbury. Flat rate. 295-7827 White River Junction. Call collect (203) 649-0670 6-9 4t---8.5---c p.m. 2t--7-22--p WANTED N OF CORINTH WARNING TOWN MEETING voters of the Town of Corinth, hereby notified and warned to meet Hall in Cookvitle on the 20th day of at 8 P.M. to act upon the following ,t0wit: I. (By petition) "To see what shall be made for disposal of , the closing of the existing ).,, traract any other business that t come before this meeting. Corinth, in the County of Orange and this 6th day of July, 1981 Board of Selectmen Ralph Dutcher James Hood Howard Carter the foregoing was recorded before Learmonth, Town Clerk 1979 DODGE PICKUP-- Four Wheel Drive, automatic trans., % ton, less than 6,000 miles, Camper pkg. $7,000. Phone 802-222-4482. 8t--8- 19---p 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. &apos;77 FORD GRANADA-- 6 cyl., 3 spd. standard shift with overdrive, 62K highway miles. No rust or dents Excellent ANTIQUES OF ALL KINDS Ed & Lynda Kulikowski Route 5 (Lower Plain) in Bradford. Open daily 9:00-5: 00 Closed Wed. 802-222-4507 Residence: 802-222-9064 condition. One owner automobile. $2950. Call Tom, WANTED-- Used or old decoys, old books on hunting 617-692-3705 after 6:00 P.M. and fishing. Write Box 454, tf--6-3---p Bradford, Vt. 05033. tf--nc Answer To Who Knows In 1892, in Boston, Mass. FIREWOOD FOR SALE--- Delivered or on landing. Maple, beech. Need money for school, call Robert Fortunati & Brothers 802-439-6179. 4t--7- WOOD-- Mixed hardwood. Cut, split and delivered, Bradford. $68 a cord. 802-222- FIREWOOD--- Call in now for firewood orders. Call: Robert FortunatE 802-439-6179. 51----7- 15--- I --lid FOR SALE-- AKC Pekingese Pups. Males and females. 1- 802-333-9154. 21--7-22--p PUPPIES--- Boxer puppies for sale. Some brindle Ready July 27. 603-272-5826. 4--7- 22--c AKC REGISTERED English Springer Spaniels pups. 8 weeks old July 5, $100. each. 802-222-4777 days and 802-222- 5725 evenings and weekends. Ask forPeter. 8T--8-26--c FAMOUS QUOTES "The sound body is a product of the sound mind." George Bernard Shaw ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS TOWN OF LITTLETON WASTEWATER TREATMENT FACILITIES LITTLETON, NEW HAMPSHIRE Facilities and Headworks, Contract Number I will be Office of Board of Selectmen, Town Street, Llttletou, New Hampshire, until 1981. participation, expressed in percentage terms for the Contractor's aggregate workforce in each trade on all construction work in the covered area, are as follows: Timetables Goals for minority Goals for female participation for participation in each trade each trade Insert goals for Insert goals for AUCTION Engineers, Inc. 03301 may be obtained at the Engineers, located at the payment of $50.00 deposit for each will be returned to Bidders. Non- 50 percent of their deposit upon of the Bid opening, of each set condition. No partial for mailing of contract shah include an additional, POstage and handling charge. Inc PUBLIC NOTICE be held on July 21, 1981 at 2:00 time, at the Town Hall, the right to waive any in- any or all bids with his Bid, security in the provided in BIDDERS Bid security percent of the total Bid i ...  biadsdrs2 -part'icularly directed to the t 1 iaimnwUao   employment to .be Ke rates to be paid unoer " I a t f contracts a his |.. or Bid warded under t" , ,# Dli Aalltfronl/a. re expected to be funded in .I. rcy. N;thnited States Environmental :: t, ag',i r the United States nor any " i avert,ntr employees is or will be a ,s ._ l.oeuremeOr Bids or any resulting "ml " Will " to  Rained in --  be sub)ect ' l  .TR 35.936, 35.958 and I o tars undO. Tus FOR BIDDERS. AFFIRMATIVE EMPLOYMENT 1124@. is called to the e "Standard Opportunity tions" set forth If the Contractor performs construction work in AUCTION f Ininority and female' a geographical area located outside of the covered area, it shall apply the goals established for such geographical area where the work is actually performed. With regard to this second area, the Contractor is also subject to the goals for both its federally involved and non-federally involved construction. The Contractor's compliance with the Executive Order and the regulations in 41 CFR Part 60-4 shall be based on its implementation of the Equal Opportunity Clause specific affirmative action obligations required by the specifications set forth in 41 CFR 60-4,3(a), and its efforts to meet the goals established for the geographical area where the contract resulting from this solicitation is to be performed. The hours of minority and female employment and training must be substantially uniform throughout the length of the contract, and in each trade, and the contractor shall make a good faith effort to employ female minorities and women employees or trainees from Contractor to Contractor or from project to project for the sole purpose of meeting the Contractor's goals shall be a violation of the contract, the Executive Order and the regulations in 41 CFR Part 60-4. Com- pliance with the goals will be measured against the total work hours performed. 3. The Contractor shall lm'ovide written notification to the Director of the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs within 10 working days of award of any construction subcontract in excess of $10,000 at any tier for construction work under the contract resulting from this solicitation. The notification shall list the name, address and telephone number of the sub- contractor, employer identification number; estimated dollar amount of the subcontract; estimated starting and completion dates of the subcontract; and the geographical area in which the contract is to be performed. 4. As used in this Notice, and in the contract resulting from this solicitation, the "covered area" is Littleton, Grafton County, New Hampshire. UTILIZATION OF MINORITY BUSINESS EN- TERPRISES (MBE's) Bidders on this work are required to comply with the United States Environmental Protection Agencyls Region 1 policy on the increased utilization of MBE s which establishes a regional goal to commit to MBE 4 to 11 percent of the total dollar amount of construction contracts. The requirements for bidders and con- tractors covered by this policy are explained in the Instructions to Bidders. Pros ptive Bidders will be required to file a BII)- DER s INFORMATION FORM, a copy of which included with the Contract Documents, with the "ro of Littletou, New Hampshire. Additional forms maYrs obtained at the office of Environmental Engmev , Inc. Bids will be accepted only from Bidders w_hohave submitted,, a BIDDER's INFORMATION Fotta: BIDDER s INFORMATION FORM shall be submittea With the Bid. The receipt of Bids will be subiot to the requirement specified in said INFORMATION'FOR BIDDERS. By order of Town of Littleton, Ne with cards, flowers and visits, many thanks. They were all greatly appreciated. Cecile Smith rl 1 CARD OF THANKS CLASSI EDS To all of you good people who remembered me I Ill Ill I I I - CARD OF THANKS Many thanks to everyone who sent me cards, flowers, donations of money and telephone calls. Everything was greatly appreciated. God Bless each and everyone. Lillian Martin -._-_- __-__-__-____ --== ___ - - _= ___= CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our thanks and ap- preciation for all the kind deeds and sympathy shown us during the loss of our loved one. Many thanks to everyone for the visits, cards, gifts, flowers and money. For the rides and many offers of rides to the hospital. Special thanks to the doctors and nursing staff for the excellent care they gave "Mem". Also to pastor William Wick for his special sermon, comforting words and prayers Special thanks also to MUcky PoilU and the Hale Funeral Home for doing a wonderful job. God Bless everyone. Lillian Martin Herbert Martin CARD OF THANKS / Many thanks to anyone who helped me to have such a happy 91st birthday. Visiting, or gifts of raspberries, homemade bread, Custard pie, or in any way made such a happy day. Thanks to all. Really good to grow old and have such good friends. Sincerely, Annie Cummings Bradford i.OST-- One young lamb. Ear mAlt OF Pe.I Cennde register tag No. 24. Vicinity lkllOVtii Rt. 25, Cassvilkr. Reward Prota Court offered. Harvey Locke, Distrtofll, ss. To oll interested persons, Bradford, Vt. 802-439-5455. At the Probate Court tn Wells River on 8TT-22p the 2Mh day of June, 1981, on authen- ticated copy of the lost Will and Testament m ' =':1 "i' "l ' = ond the Probate of Paul Corrode late of Guilford, in the County of New Huven, in the State of Connecticut, deceased, leaving MOTI! OF HIAIIMG estate in said district,-duly proved ollowe] ON ALLOWANCE OF WlLL end established in the Guilford District STATEOF VERMONT Probate Court for the County ond $te N THE MATTER OFTHE ESTATE OF tyle R. aforesaid, was presented to this Court, ooreeable to the statute in such cases. And it is ordered by sold Court thot the 4th day of August, 1981 at the Probate Court in Wells River, 10:00 o'clock in the forenoon, be assigned for all persons interested to alSpeor and contest the ollowonce of such instrument, ond the probate thereof, if they see couse; and that notice thereof be given by publishing this order three weeks successively in the ioonl ophllolt o newspaper pblished in said District, previous to the time op- pointed. Therefore, you are hereby notified to appear before said Court, at the time and place aforesaid, and contest the allowance of the said instrument and the probate thereof, if you hove cause. Gtvon Under My NmHI, at Wells River in said District, this 29th day of June, 1981, /sl Rena N, Vigneau Jndle 7/8-15-22 Iobronds PROATE COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF Irndfrd To the heirs at law and all persons interested in the Estate of Lyle R. Behrends, late of Newbury, in said District, deceosed: You ore notified that o written instrument doted June 12, 9BO, and purporting to be the Lost Will and Testament of said deceased has been presented to the Probate Court for the District of Bradford by Violo L. Behrends, with o petition requesting Probate thereof. The hearing thereon hes been scheduled for the ]rd day of August, 1981 ot 1000 AM at the Probate Court, Wells River, Vermont. You Bey opponr then and there to show cause, if any you may hove, why the soid instrument should not be allowed as the Last Will and Testament of the deceased. Doted this 22nd day of July, 1981, Rena N. Vigneau Jelle 7/1-8-15 PROPOSED STATE REGULATIONS EXPLANATION FOR CITIZENS By law, every proposed regulation must be published in an abbreviated notice form on a weekly basis in selected newspapers in the state. The purpose of publishing these regulations is to give you a chance to respond, orally or in writing. The law atso says the agency must hold a public hearing on o proposed regulation if 25 persons or an association having at least 25 members requests it in writing. To get a copy of a rule or make suggestions to the agency, call or write the contact person listed below for each regulation. You can also make comments to the Legislative Committee which reviews regulations by contacting the Committee on Administrative Rules, State House, Montpelier, VT 05602 (telephone: 828-2231 ). You may aJso write to the Secretary of State, 109 State Street, Pavilion Building, Montpelier, VT 05602, or call this office toll free at 1-800-642-5155. FUEL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM Vermont Proposed Rule 81-P54 AGENCY: so<,ol Welfare FOR FURTHER INFORJTION CONTACT: Neol Dodge, Fuel Program Consultant, $ociol Welfare Department, 103 South Main Stroet, Waterbury, VT 05576. Phone: 241-2819. CAPTIVE INSURANCE ADVISORY COMMITTEE Vermont Proposed Rule 81-P55 ENCY: nkngond nsurance FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: George A. Chaffee, Commissioner, Dept. of Banking and Insurance, 120 State Street, Montpelier, VT 05602. Phone: 828-3301. [[[[ [|'li .ii,/;lOl i Ill SAW AND TOOL Sharpening, also hand saws. 802-222-4032. L.J. Benjamin, South Rd. j Entrance, Bradford, Vt. 4t--- [i 22--c AIRI,ESS PAINT spraying at new COliSlruction, corn inertial, farm buildings and MECHANIC TRAINING melal roofs. Valley Paiuting SCHOO Full pay while C(,nipany. 8)2-333-9393. 3- yOU train, Power Plants, ;Zb--tf--c Electrical Systems, Power Trains and Diesel covered in jll school. For more information call SSG Jim Sumner at 479- WANTED-- Bookkeeping nf' my home part-time. All areas of small business. On a 'weekly, quarterly or monthly basis. Relerences. Write your needs to: Bookkeeping, c-o Journal Opinion, Dept. 27,  Bradford, t. 05033. NC WANTED-- Companion Housekeeper, live m for elderly lady. Comfortable old country home. Time off and good wages, car required. 603- 764-9973 or 536-1140. 2t--7- 22---c 9221 (collect) or Vermont Army National Guard Armory 222-4611.4t--7-29--c WANTED-- Stitchers ann stitcher trainees. We have immediate openings for ex- perienced stitchers and mexperienced persons who are interested in learning to stitch. Apply Emgee Inc., Chelsea, Vt. 802-685-7722. 4- 15--tf--c WANTED-- Bookings for weddings, parties, clubs and dances. The Swingers. Music of 20's to 50's and beyond, also AGRICULTURE NATURAL RESOURCES -- Agriculture Gen. Farming, Animal husbandry, Dairy, poultry, Natural resources, Fisheries- Forestry, Range Management, Engineering, Structural-Water Res., Irrigation-Hydrology. Experience-degree could qualify you for PEACE CORPS programs in Asia, Africa, Latin America. Must be US citizen, single-married, no dependents. Paid travel, enerous living allowance. health care. $3.000 at end of 2 years. NO UPPER AGE LIMIT. Contact reps in Memorial Room, City Hall, Montpelier, July 16 & 17, I0- 4:45. COLLECT 617-223-6366. lt---7.15---c SKILLED TRADES--- Auto- diesel mechanics, Cabinet makers, Carpenters. Elec- tricians, Industrial Arts, squares. Have caller. 802-222- 4032. 8t---8-19---c OWN YOUR OWN Jean Shop. Offering all the nationally known %rands such as Jor- dache, Vanderbilt, Calvin Klein, Sedgefield, Levi and over 70 other brands. $13,500.00 includes beginning inventory, airfare for I to the apparel center, training, fixtures and Grand Opening Promotions. Call Mr. Laughlin at Mademoiselle Fashions 612- 835-1304. It7-15---p 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 802-333-4078 or Dana 603-747-3522. Also booking parties. 8t--7-15--c OPEN YOUR OWN retail apparel shop. Offer the latest in jeans, denims and sport- swear. $14,850.00 includes inventory, fixtures, etc. Complete Store! Open in as little as 2 weeks anywhere in U.S.A. (Also infants and childrens shop). Call SUE, TOLL FREE 1-800-874-4780. It--745--p SLAT! OF VERMONT NOllCIgO  DISTRICT OF BRAOFORD, SS. To the Creditors of the Estate of Giotto K. Land late of grodford, daceosed. Dewey R. Lund of 29 Buck Road, Warrington, Penn. 19876 hereby states that he has been alOinted o mrsmml rsentotNe of lhe above estate. All creditors havi claims egainst the above estate are reqred to present the claim in writing within four months after the date of the first publication h'eaf tO the ubove pecsel representative at the above address or to the Reg/ster of the Probate Court at Wells River, Vermom, o said claim will be forever barred. Doted ot Brocfford this ] st day of July, 1981. Deveey R. Lurid PernnM gmmmmthm 718-15-22 NOTICE OF MOlff64W$ ttl By virtue of o povor of.sole con, to'reed in o certain maetgoge ann g.ea ay ram u. Hadavich and Jonn V. Neduvch, both of 55 Groveway, Ointnn, Connecticut 06413, to the Berlin Cooperative Dnnk. o corporatinn estubSshed by law and having a principal Iuce of tsinlss ol 133 easnnt $1reel, Berlin, New Hampshire 03570, dated August 6, 1973, end recorded in Libec 1200, Folio 344 of the Groon County Registry of Deeds, the orilinal of which may be examined at the bommeinned office of the d mortgagee, the present r of tbe s Ooe, p, .to and in exeCution of said power and mr Ixech of condition, and f.0 the purpose of foredosing tbe same will sell, at Im tion on Wednesday August 12, 1981 at 4:30 o'clock in the oftemonn at the prem ses, having no street or highway nomb, but which are ecoted on the Northerly side of Ntonodaeck Drive in the Mountain Lake Subdivision of Hovedll, Hew Hampshire, the property described in said mortgage as follows: "A cm-toin parcel of innd situated in Havwhill, Graffnn County, New Hampshire, bounded and descried as folinws, "Lot Twenty-nine (29) Section One (1) as shown on o plan of land entitled "Subdivision Plan, Mountain Lake, Havorhitl, N.H. srveyed for TorN. & Country Homes, inc." drown by W. Robert._ Nolte &Asseciotes, Land Surveyors, (mw May, 1966, revised August, 1968, ond duly recorded with the Grofton County Registry of Deeds at Liber 1083, Folio 49. "This conveyance is made subject to and with the benefit of easements in, over and under the sWeats shown on Reid n for the installation of .ublic utilities in- ckding water, eh:trlclty, drolaoge and "This conveyance iS also mode Sect to and with the benefit or certain COn" veaonts and easements set fe'th in an instrument entitled "Mountain Lake, Subdivision Property Converonts and Easements" duly recorded 'ruth said deeds on November 3, 1966, in Liber 1047, Folio 123 ond with the right to use the streets, lmches, lake and reroatlnn orlms shown on said plan with others of record entitled thereto. "Being ull end the some promises described end conveyed by Town& ContW Homes, inc. to Edward J. n 1 II ond Helon Ill dated Novembec 19, 1969, and recorded in Liher 1102, Folio 546. "Meaning ond intding to describe oed convey all and the same premises conveyed by Edward $, and Helen Ill to Poul D. end Joan V. Haduvkh doted May 16, 1973, and recorded in Volume 1195, Page 178. end recorded in said Registry." Sid ale will be mode st to any and oll liens which may be entitled to precedence over sold mortgage, if ony such ' there be. Terms of sole, Fdteea pecceat (15 %) in cash or by certified or co's ch to be paid by the purchaser at the time and oce of sete. Tecta 'for Imm of balance win be mode at the time ond ploce of sole. Detad It wudmdRe, Iw Hlpddve, lib 7HI day d Jdy, 1981. Gmnnv By Its Affm'eays Wendntlb, NN 03711 H--_ . ........... Masons Experience-degree in IIX wArTr=u-- ttugea, one of ihe above fields could mature iarmer or coupm to - ... - ,-,,-C, uam you or rr manage and work 126 acres O -r,,-rams in Latin yer-round in Corinth. Must Amer*ic'a,'As?a Africa. Must enjoy out ooorworK,lnClu.ng be US citizen, married-single, [ur't manag emem, carin no dependents. Paid travel, mr nurses ana De capable oi .enorous livEn,, allowance coping with any problems o h ,o.orit 3 turn t enci a islng m me tloonaocas. ^r o, . .... e,',,ice NO UPPER Mu V u ,-,,, .... st ha e four-wheel drive. ,T N r,,.toct ro,, in Non dr'-'- " n,-, ,,,,--. ,,,- - ,- o_ ,oners^. anu o nn- Memorial Room, City Hall, plus living quarters, plus .'''EC''17-23:]66 utilities, plus fringe benelits :;" .'-"" ....... Dept. 100, Journal Oplnionl t---,-- Bradford, Vermont 05033. 8t--7-15-- Gray's Auction Calendar NOTICE NO AUCTION at Gray's Field on Saturday, July 11. SATURDAY, JULY 18 -- to settle the Estate of the late Joe Pratt, Rt. 5 between Fairlee & Bradford, Vt." Selling Antiques, Furniture & Farm Machinery. Starts at 9:30 A.M. WEDNESDAY, JULY 22  at the Methodist Church, White River Jet., Vt. Selling furniture, household goods, baked goods, donated services, etc. 5 p.m. SATURDAY, AUGUST 15 -- the Central Vt. Holsteifl Club sale, Tunbridge, Vt. Fairgrounds. TUESDAY, SEPT. I -- the Grafton County Holstmn Bred Heifer Sale, North Haverhill, N.H. Fairgrounds. AUCTION EACH & EVERY MONDAY AT THE EAST THETFORD COMM. SALES BARN, EAST THET. FORD, VT. LIVESTOCK SALE AT 2 P.M. AUCTIONEERS: C.W. GRAY & SONS, INC. E' THETFORD,'VT. 785-4348 or 785-2161 AUCTION To settle the Estate of the late Joe Pratt, we will sell the following at the farm, located on Route 5 between Fairlee & Bradford, Vt. SATURDAY--JULY 18 STARTING AT 9:30 A.M. ANTIQUES & FURNITURE Tea cart, pine table & chairs, oak stand, maple corner cupboard, spool bed, eommedes, hall tree, spool leg stand, drop leaf kitchen table, maple rocker, oak bookcase w- glass doors & drawers, 2 section glass front bookcase, set of 6 chairs, plank bottom rocker, bureaus, end tables, fancy old lawn chair, library table, T.V., quantity of books, elec. sewing machine, sewing basket, Kenmore vac. cleaner, quantity of dishes, over stuffed couch & chairs, lawn chairs, lamps, beds, pictures, side board, wash set, 2 drawer chest, Westinghouse eiec. stove, G.E. refrigerator, rockers, chairs, Remington model 4 single shot 32 rifle, iron kettle, flat irons, treadle sewing machine, and much much more. FARM MACHINERY Farmall 200 tractor w- quick hitch & chains, loader & snowplow; quick hitch mower, plows & harrows, Farmall A tractor & plows, side rake, on rubber; ground driven spreader, hay elevator, Papec blower, rote-tiller, eiec. grinder, tool chest, platform scales, quantity of dry wood, strawberry crates, spiketonth harrow, snow fence, milk cans, Delaval milker, Surge Milker, strainer & pails, small anvil, hay trailer, gas skill saw, wooden tool boxes, lanterns, plus small tools. 1975 Mercury Comet 6cyl. Auto. TERMS CASH OR GOOD CHECK LUNCH ON GROUNDS ADMINISTRATORS: FRED HAYWARD IIl SAM HAYWARD AUCTIONEERS: C. W. GRAY & SONS, INC. EAST THETFORD, VT. 785-4348 or 785-2161 .00ntiqu0000 Auctioned (Licensed & Bonded throughout New England) Appraised (For Insurance or Estate Purposes) Purchased (One Item or Complete Estates) Tents rented for all occasions call ArcFde ! $teenburgh Auctioneer & Appraiser Jeffers Hill, Pike, N.H. 603-989-5690 : July 15, 1981-The Second Opinion-Page 7A FOR SALE 978 Endura 250 FOR SALE-- Metal cots, great for camp $10. each. Gilbride, Doe Hill off Rte. 5 S. Newbury. 41--4.29---p TD-6 International Crawler WA.NTED.-- Rotary mower with Issacson winch and 9 ft. and operator wanted for 13 outside blade. $1500. Call 802- acres. Newbury. Flat rate. 295-7827 White River Junction. Call collect (203) 649-0670 6-9 4t---8.5---c p.m. 2t--7-22--p WANTED N OF CORINTH WARNING TOWN MEETING voters of the Town of Corinth, hereby notified and warned to meet Hall in Cookvitle on the 20th day of at 8 P.M. to act upon the following ,t0wit: I. (By petition) "To see what shall be made for disposal of , the closing of the existing ).,, traract any other business that t come before this meeting. Corinth, in the County of Orange and this 6th day of July, 1981 Board of Selectmen Ralph Dutcher James Hood Howard Carter the foregoing was recorded before Learmonth, Town Clerk 1979 DODGE PICKUP-- Four Wheel Drive, automatic trans., % ton, less than 6,000 miles, Camper pkg. $7,000. Phone 802-222-4482. 8t--8- 19---p 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 cyl., 3 spd. standard shift with overdrive, 62K highway miles. No rust or dents Excellent ANTIQUES OF ALL KINDS Ed & Lynda Kulikowski Route 5 (Lower Plain) in Bradford. Open daily 9:00-5: 00 Closed Wed. 802-222-4507 Residence: 802-222-9064 condition. One owner automobile. $2950. Call Tom, WANTED-- Used or old decoys, old books on hunting 617-692-3705 after 6:00 P.M. and fishing. Write Box 454, tf--6-3---p Bradford, Vt. 05033. tf--nc Answer To Who Knows In 1892, in Boston, Mass. FIREWOOD FOR SALE--- Delivered or on landing. Maple, beech. Need money for school, call Robert Fortunati & Brothers 802-439-6179. 4t--7- WOOD-- Mixed hardwood. Cut, split and delivered, Bradford. $68 a cord. 802-222- FIREWOOD--- Call in now for firewood orders. Call: Robert FortunatE 802-439-6179. 51----7- 15--- I --lid FOR SALE-- AKC Pekingese Pups. Males and females. 1- 802-333-9154. 21--7-22--p PUPPIES--- Boxer puppies for sale. Some brindle Ready July 27. 603-272-5826. 4--7- 22--c AKC REGISTERED English Springer Spaniels pups. 8 weeks old July 5, $100. each. 802-222-4777 days and 802-222- 5725 evenings and weekends. Ask forPeter. 8T--8-26--c FAMOUS QUOTES "The sound body is a product of the sound mind." George Bernard Shaw ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS TOWN OF LITTLETON WASTEWATER TREATMENT FACILITIES LITTLETON, NEW HAMPSHIRE Facilities and Headworks, Contract Number I will be Office of Board of Selectmen, Town Street, Llttletou, New Hampshire, until 1981. participation, expressed in percentage terms for the Contractor's aggregate workforce in each trade on all construction work in the covered area, are as follows: Timetables Goals for minority Goals for female participation for participation in each trade each trade Insert goals for Insert goals for AUCTION Engineers, Inc. 03301 may be obtained at the Engineers, located at the payment of $50.00 deposit for each will be returned to Bidders. Non- 50 percent of their deposit upon of the Bid opening, of each set condition. No partial for mailing of contract shah include an additional, POstage and handling charge. Inc PUBLIC NOTICE be held on July 21, 1981 at 2:00 time, at the Town Hall, the right to waive any in- any or all bids with his Bid, security in the provided in BIDDERS Bid security percent of the total Bid i ...  biadsdrs2 -part'icularly directed to the t 1 iaimnwUao   employment to .be Ke rates to be paid unoer " I a t f contracts a his |.. or Bid warded under t" , ,# Dli Aalltfronl/a. re expected to be funded in .I. rcy. N;thnited States Environmental :: t, ag',i r the United States nor any " i avert,ntr employees is or will be a ,s ._ l.oeuremeOr Bids or any resulting "ml " Will " to  Rained in --  be sub)ect ' l  .TR 35.936, 35.958 and I o tars undO. Tus FOR BIDDERS. AFFIRMATIVE EMPLOYMENT 1124@. is called to the e "Standard Opportunity tions" set forth If the Contractor performs construction work in AUCTION f Ininority and female' a geographical area located outside of the covered area, it shall apply the goals established for such geographical area where the work is actually performed. With regard to this second area, the Contractor is also subject to the goals for both its federally involved and non-federally involved construction. The Contractor's compliance with the Executive Order and the regulations in 41 CFR Part 60-4 shall be based on its implementation of the Equal Opportunity Clause specific affirmative action obligations required by the specifications set forth in 41 CFR 60-4,3(a), and its efforts to meet the goals established for the geographical area where the contract resulting from this solicitation is to be performed. The hours of minority and female employment and training must be substantially uniform throughout the length of the contract, and in each trade, and the contractor shall make a good faith effort to employ female minorities and women employees or trainees from Contractor to Contractor or from project to project for the sole purpose of meeting the Contractor's goals shall be a violation of the contract, the Executive Order and the regulations in 41 CFR Part 60-4. Com- pliance with the goals will be measured against the total work hours performed. 3. The Contractor shall lm'ovide written notification to the Director of the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs within 10 working days of award of any construction subcontract in excess of $10,000 at any tier for construction work under the contract resulting from this solicitation. The notification shall list the name, address and telephone number of the sub- contractor, employer identification number; estimated dollar amount of the subcontract; estimated starting and completion dates of the subcontract; and the geographical area in which the contract is to be performed. 4. As used in this Notice, and in the contract resulting from this solicitation, the "covered area" is Littleton, Grafton County, New Hampshire. UTILIZATION OF MINORITY BUSINESS EN- TERPRISES (MBE's) Bidders on this work are required to comply with the United States Environmental Protection Agencyls Region 1 policy on the increased utilization of MBE s which establishes a regional goal to commit to MBE 4 to 11 percent of the total dollar amount of construction contracts. The requirements for bidders and con- tractors covered by this policy are explained in the Instructions to Bidders. Pros ptive Bidders will be required to file a BII)- DER s INFORMATION FORM, a copy of which included with the Contract Documents, with the "ro of Littletou, New Hampshire. Additional forms maYrs obtained at the office of Environmental Engmev , Inc. Bids will be accepted only from Bidders w_hohave submitted,, a BIDDER's INFORMATION Fotta: BIDDER s INFORMATION FORM shall be submittea With the Bid. The receipt of Bids will be subiot to the requirement specified in said INFORMATION'FOR BIDDERS. By order of Town of Littleton, Ne with cards, flowers and visits, many thanks. They were all greatly appreciated. Cecile Smith rl 1 CARD OF THANKS CLASSI EDS To all of you good people who remembered me I Ill Ill I I I - CARD OF THANKS Many thanks to everyone who sent me cards, flowers, donations of money and telephone calls. Everything was greatly appreciated. God Bless each and everyone. Lillian Martin -._-_- __-__-__-____ --== ___ - - _= ___= CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our thanks and ap- preciation for all the kind deeds and sympathy shown us during the loss of our loved one. Many thanks to everyone for the visits, cards, gifts, flowers and money. For the rides and many offers of rides to the hospital. Special thanks to the doctors and nursing staff for the excellent care they gave "Mem". Also to pastor William Wick for his special sermon, comforting words and prayers Special thanks also to MUcky PoilU and the Hale Funeral Home for doing a wonderful job. God Bless everyone. Lillian Martin Herbert Martin CARD OF THANKS / Many thanks to anyone who helped me to have such a happy 91st birthday. Visiting, or gifts of raspberries, homemade bread, Custard pie, or in any way made such a happy day. Thanks to all. Really good to grow old and have such good friends. Sincerely, Annie Cummings Bradford i.OST-- One young lamb. Ear mAlt OF Pe.I Cennde register tag No. 24. Vicinity lkllOVtii Rt. 25, Cassvilkr. Reward Prota Court offered. Harvey Locke, Distrtofll, ss. To oll interested persons, Bradford, Vt. 802-439-5455. At the Probate Court tn Wells River on 8TT-22p the 2Mh day of June, 1981, on authen- ticated copy of the lost Will and Testament m ' =':1 "i' "l ' = ond the Probate of Paul Corrode late of Guilford, in the County of New Huven, in the State of Connecticut, deceased, leaving MOTI! OF HIAIIMG estate in said district,-duly proved ollowe] ON ALLOWANCE OF WlLL end established in the Guilford District STATEOF VERMONT Probate Court for the County ond $te N THE MATTER OFTHE ESTATE OF tyle R. aforesaid, was presented to this Court, ooreeable to the statute in such cases. And it is ordered by sold Court thot the 4th day of August, 1981 at the Probate Court in Wells River, 10:00 o'clock in the forenoon, be assigned for all persons interested to alSpeor and contest the ollowonce of such instrument, ond the probate thereof, if they see couse; and that notice thereof be given by publishing this order three weeks successively in the ioonl ophllolt o newspaper pblished in said District, previous to the time op- pointed. Therefore, you are hereby notified to appear before said Court, at the time and place aforesaid, and contest the allowance of the said instrument and the probate thereof, if you hove cause. Gtvon Under My NmHI, at Wells River in said District, this 29th day of June, 1981, /sl Rena N, Vigneau Jndle 7/8-15-22 Iobronds PROATE COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF Irndfrd To the heirs at law and all persons interested in the Estate of Lyle R. Behrends, late of Newbury, in said District, deceosed: You ore notified that o written instrument doted June 12, 9BO, and purporting to be the Lost Will and Testament of said deceased has been presented to the Probate Court for the District of Bradford by Violo L. Behrends, with o petition requesting Probate thereof. The hearing thereon hes been scheduled for the ]rd day of August, 1981 ot 1000 AM at the Probate Court, Wells River, Vermont. You Bey opponr then and there to show cause, if any you may hove, why the soid instrument should not be allowed as the Last Will and Testament of the deceased. Doted this 22nd day of July, 1981, Rena N. Vigneau Jelle 7/1-8-15 PROPOSED STATE REGULATIONS EXPLANATION FOR CITIZENS By law, every proposed regulation must be published in an abbreviated notice form on a weekly basis in selected newspapers in the state. The purpose of publishing these regulations is to give you a chance to respond, orally or in writing. The law atso says the agency must hold a public hearing on o proposed regulation if 25 persons or an association having at least 25 members requests it in writing. To get a copy of a rule or make suggestions to the agency, call or write the contact person listed below for each regulation. You can also make comments to the Legislative Committee which reviews regulations by contacting the Committee on Administrative Rules, State House, Montpelier, VT 05602 (telephone: 828-2231 ). You may aJso write to the Secretary of State, 109 State Street, Pavilion Building, Montpelier, VT 05602, or call this office toll free at 1-800-642-5155. FUEL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM Vermont Proposed Rule 81-P54 AGENCY: so<,ol Welfare FOR FURTHER INFORJTION CONTACT: Neol Dodge, Fuel Program Consultant, $ociol Welfare Department, 103 South Main Stroet, Waterbury, VT 05576. Phone: 241-2819. CAPTIVE INSURANCE ADVISORY COMMITTEE Vermont Proposed Rule 81-P55 ENCY: nkngond nsurance FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: George A. Chaffee, Commissioner, Dept. of Banking and Insurance, 120 State Street, Montpelier, VT 05602. Phone: 828-3301. [[[[ [|'li .ii,/;lOl i Ill SAW AND TOOL Sharpening, also hand saws. 802-222-4032. L.J. Benjamin, South Rd. j Entrance, Bradford, Vt. 4t--- [i 22--c AIRI,ESS PAINT spraying at new COliSlruction, corn inertial, farm buildings and MECHANIC TRAINING melal roofs. Valley Paiuting SCHOO Full pay while C(,nipany. 8)2-333-9393. 3- yOU train, Power Plants, ;Zb--tf--c Electrical Systems, Power Trains and Diesel covered in jll school. For more information call SSG Jim Sumner at 479- WANTED-- Bookkeeping nf' my home part-time. All areas of small business. On a 'weekly, quarterly or monthly basis. Relerences. Write your needs to: Bookkeeping, c-o Journal Opinion, Dept. 27,  Bradford, t. 05033. NC WANTED-- Companion Housekeeper, live m for elderly lady. Comfortable old country home. Time off and good wages, car required. 603- 764-9973 or 536-1140. 2t--7- 22---c 9221 (collect) or Vermont Army National Guard Armory 222-4611.4t--7-29--c WANTED-- Stitchers ann stitcher trainees. We have immediate openings for ex- perienced stitchers and mexperienced persons who are interested in learning to stitch. Apply Emgee Inc., Chelsea, Vt. 802-685-7722. 4- 15--tf--c WANTED-- Bookings for weddings, parties, clubs and dances. The Swingers. Music of 20's to 50's and beyond, also AGRICULTURE NATURAL RESOURCES -- Agriculture Gen. Farming, Animal husbandry, Dairy, poultry, Natural resources, Fisheries- Forestry, Range Management, Engineering, Structural-Water Res., Irrigation-Hydrology. Experience-degree could qualify you for PEACE CORPS programs in Asia, Africa, Latin America. Must be US citizen, single-married, no dependents. Paid travel, enerous living allowance. health care. $3.000 at end of 2 years. NO UPPER AGE LIMIT. Contact reps in Memorial Room, City Hall, Montpelier, July 16 & 17, I0- 4:45. COLLECT 617-223-6366. lt---7.15---c SKILLED TRADES--- Auto- diesel mechanics, Cabinet makers, Carpenters. Elec- tricians, Industrial Arts, squares. Have caller. 802-222- 4032. 8t---8-19---c OWN YOUR OWN Jean Shop. Offering all the nationally known %rands such as Jor- dache, Vanderbilt, Calvin Klein, Sedgefield, Levi and over 70 other brands. $13,500.00 includes beginning inventory, airfare for I to the apparel center, training, fixtures and Grand Opening Promotions. Call Mr. Laughlin at Mademoiselle Fashions 612- 835-1304. It7-15---p 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 802-333-4078 or Dana 603-747-3522. Also booking parties. 8t--7-15--c OPEN YOUR OWN retail apparel shop. Offer the latest in jeans, denims and sport- swear. $14,850.00 includes inventory, fixtures, etc. Complete Store! Open in as little as 2 weeks anywhere in U.S.A. (Also infants and childrens shop). Call SUE, TOLL FREE 1-800-874-4780. It--745--p SLAT! OF VERMONT NOllCIgO  DISTRICT OF BRAOFORD, SS. To the Creditors of the Estate of Giotto K. Land late of grodford, daceosed. Dewey R. Lund of 29 Buck Road, Warrington, Penn. 19876 hereby states that he has been alOinted o mrsmml rsentotNe of lhe above estate. All creditors havi claims egainst the above estate are reqred to present the claim in writing within four months after the date of the first publication h'eaf tO the ubove pecsel representative at the above address or to the Reg/ster of the Probate Court at Wells River, Vermom, o said claim will be forever barred. Doted ot Brocfford this ] st day of July, 1981. Deveey R. Lurid PernnM gmmmmthm 718-15-22 NOTICE OF MOlff64W$ ttl By virtue of o povor of.sole con, to'reed in o certain maetgoge ann g.ea ay ram u. Hadavich and Jonn V. Neduvch, both of 55 Groveway, Ointnn, Connecticut 06413, to the Berlin Cooperative Dnnk. o corporatinn estubSshed by law and having a principal Iuce of tsinlss ol 133 easnnt $1reel, Berlin, New Hampshire 03570, dated August 6, 1973, end recorded in Libec 1200, Folio 344 of the Groon County Registry of Deeds, the orilinal of which may be examined at the bommeinned office of the d mortgagee, the present r of tbe s Ooe, p, .to and in exeCution of said power and mr Ixech of condition, and f.0 the purpose of foredosing tbe same will sell, at Im tion on Wednesday August 12, 1981 at 4:30 o'clock in the oftemonn at the prem ses, having no street or highway nomb, but which are ecoted on the Northerly side of Ntonodaeck Drive in the Mountain Lake Subdivision of Hovedll, Hew Hampshire, the property described in said mortgage as follows: "A cm-toin parcel of innd situated in Havwhill, Graffnn County, New Hampshire, bounded and descried as folinws, "Lot Twenty-nine (29) Section One (1) as shown on o plan of land entitled "Subdivision Plan, Mountain Lake, Havorhitl, N.H. srveyed for TorN. & Country Homes, inc." drown by W. Robert._ Nolte &Asseciotes, Land Surveyors, (mw May, 1966, revised August, 1968, ond duly recorded with the Grofton County Registry of Deeds at Liber 1083, Folio 49. "This conveyance is made subject to and with the benefit of easements in, over and under the sWeats shown on Reid n for the installation of .ublic utilities in- ckding water, eh:trlclty, drolaoge and "This conveyance iS also mode Sect to and with the benefit or certain COn" veaonts and easements set fe'th in an instrument entitled "Mountain Lake, Subdivision Property Converonts and Easements" duly recorded 'ruth said deeds on November 3, 1966, in Liber 1047, Folio 123 ond with the right to use the streets, lmches, lake and reroatlnn orlms shown on said plan with others of record entitled thereto. "Being ull end the some promises described end conveyed by Town& ContW Homes, inc. to Edward J. n 1 II ond Helon Ill dated Novembec 19, 1969, and recorded in Liher 1102, Folio 546. "Meaning ond intding to describe oed convey all and the same premises conveyed by Edward $, and Helen Ill to Poul D. end Joan V. Haduvkh doted May 16, 1973, and recorded in Volume 1195, Page 178. end recorded in said Registry." Sid ale will be mode st to any and oll liens which may be entitled to precedence over sold mortgage, if ony such ' there be. Terms of sole, Fdteea pecceat (15 %) in cash or by certified or co's ch to be paid by the purchaser at the time and oce of sete. Tecta 'for Imm of balance win be mode at the time ond ploce of sole. Detad It wudmdRe, Iw Hlpddve, lib 7HI day d Jdy, 1981. Gmnnv By Its Affm'eays Wendntlb, NN 03711 H--_ . ........... Masons Experience-degree in IIX wArTr=u-- ttugea, one of ihe above fields could mature iarmer or coupm to - ... - ,-,,-C, uam you or rr manage and work 126 acres O -r,,-rams in Latin yer-round in Corinth. Must Amer*ic'a,'As?a Africa. Must enjoy out ooorworK,lnClu.ng be US citizen, married-single, [ur't manag emem, carin no dependents. Paid travel, mr nurses ana De capable oi .enorous livEn,, allowance coping with any problems o h ,o.orit 3 turn t enci a islng m me tloonaocas. ^r o, . .... e,',,ice NO UPPER Mu V u ,-,,, .... st ha e four-wheel drive. ,T N r,,.toct ro,, in Non dr'-'- " n,-, ,,,,--. ,,,- - ,- o_ ,oners^. anu o nn- Memorial Room, City Hall, plus living quarters, plus .'''EC''17-23:]66 utilities, plus fringe benelits :;" .'-"" ....... Dept. 100, Journal Oplnionl t---,-- Bradford, Vermont 05033. 8t--7-15-- Gray's Auction Calendar NOTICE NO AUCTION at Gray's Field on Saturday, July 11. SATURDAY, JULY 18 -- to settle the Estate of the late Joe Pratt, Rt. 5 between Fairlee & Bradford, Vt." Selling Antiques, Furniture & Farm Machinery. Starts at 9:30 A.M. WEDNESDAY, JULY 22  at the Methodist Church, White River Jet., Vt. Selling furniture, household goods, baked goods, donated services, etc. 5 p.m. SATURDAY, AUGUST 15 -- the Central Vt. Holsteifl Club sale, Tunbridge, Vt. Fairgrounds. TUESDAY, SEPT. I -- the Grafton County Holstmn Bred Heifer Sale, North Haverhill, N.H. Fairgrounds. AUCTION EACH & EVERY MONDAY AT THE EAST THETFORD COMM. SALES BARN, EAST THET. FORD, VT. LIVESTOCK SALE AT 2 P.M. AUCTIONEERS: C.W. GRAY & SONS, INC. E' THETFORD,'VT. 785-4348 or 785-2161 AUCTION To settle the Estate of the late Joe Pratt, we will sell the following at the farm, located on Route 5 between Fairlee & Bradford, Vt. SATURDAY--JULY 18 STARTING AT 9:30 A.M. ANTIQUES & FURNITURE Tea cart, pine table & chairs, oak stand, maple corner cupboard, spool bed, eommedes, hall tree, spool leg stand, drop leaf kitchen table, maple rocker, oak bookcase w- glass doors & drawers, 2 section glass front bookcase, set of 6 chairs, plank bottom rocker, bureaus, end tables, fancy old lawn chair, library table, T.V., quantity of books, elec. sewing machine, sewing basket, Kenmore vac. cleaner, quantity of dishes, over stuffed couch & chairs, lawn chairs, lamps, beds, pictures, side board, wash set, 2 drawer chest, Westinghouse eiec. stove, G.E. refrigerator, rockers, chairs, Remington model 4 single shot 32 rifle, iron kettle, flat irons, treadle sewing machine, and much much more. FARM MACHINERY Farmall 200 tractor w- quick hitch & chains, loader & snowplow; quick hitch mower, plows & harrows, Farmall A tractor & plows, side rake, on rubber; ground driven spreader, hay elevator, Papec blower, rote-tiller, eiec. grinder, tool chest, platform scales, quantity of dry wood, strawberry crates, spiketonth harrow, snow fence, milk cans, Delaval milker, Surge Milker, strainer & pails, small anvil, hay trailer, gas skill saw, wooden tool boxes, lanterns, plus small tools. 1975 Mercury Comet 6cyl. Auto. TERMS CASH OR GOOD CHECK LUNCH ON GROUNDS ADMINISTRATORS: FRED HAYWARD IIl SAM HAYWARD AUCTIONEERS: C. W. GRAY & SONS, INC. EAST THETFORD, VT. 785-4348 or 785-2161 .00ntiqu0000 Auctioned (Licensed & Bonded throughout New England) Appraised (For Insurance or Estate Purposes) Purchased (One Item or Complete Estates) Tents rented for all occasions call ArcFde ! $teenburgh Auctioneer & Appraiser Jeffers Hill, Pike, N.H. 603-989-5690