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July 21, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page II Army shows off ............... Vermont sewage l liOUSE AT THE ARMORY-- The Bradford Army National Guard Armory to the public last Sunday for public inspection of equipment and per- IF,. IFhalen completes basic trainin00 National civil engineering field. lrrnan Mary A. Whalenis a 1969 graduate of of Jay Slocomb High School. l, Slocomb, Her husband, Navy Senior assigned to Chief Petty Officer MichaelB. Force Base, Whalen, is the son of Mr. and ompleting Air Mrs. Bernard J. Whalen of Woodsville. six weeks at Air Force Base, Bradford a00ent honored airman studied the mission, and customsand Time Insurance Co. training in . BRADFORD-- Gloria C. airmen who Humphrey of Bradford, an training earn independent insurance an associate representative, has been applied science honored asa 1982Merit Award Community Winner by Time Insurance ce. Company, Milwaukee-based lwillnow receive life and health insurer. instruction in the Humphrey has won three Merit Awards from Time. 1980 Lincoln Versatile dark gray / completely insulated and re- in matching carpeting 1970 Corvette LT-1, 4-bolt mains, motor with 35,000 miles turbo hydro ase of 12.00 x 16.5 tires (1 winter/mud summer highway type). Appliance steel spoke wheels ystem Stereo with pioneer power amp axial speakers plus 2 mid- drivers), plus 2 Piezo tweeters. hearing is rescheduled MONTPEL1ER--Sixofthe one of the 6001 dots seven declared United States represented the total of all the MONTPELIER-- A hearing Stone explained that under would cancel each other out, Senatorial candidates took firepower expended in World part in an afternoon debate War IL including the bombs on revised regulations the proposed revisions, for not net economic effect, Thursday, and spoke out exploded on Hiroshima and governing individual on-site savings would be slightly said Stone. wastewater treatment and greater than extra costs. The rescheduled hearing disposal systems which was to Savings would result for will be held Thursday, August have been held before the future lots requiring mound 19 at 10:30 a.m. in the State Board of Health Thur- systems, averaging $1250 Governor's Conference Room sday, July 15, in Montpelier each, over costs under in the Pavilion, instead of on has been postponed to existing rules. Due to reduced July 15 Thursday, August 19. site restrictions a number of For further information "The new regulations would future septic systems that persons may contact Kenneth serve as a model for towns to would have had to be mounds M. Stone or Michael E. Gates, adopt as local health or-couldbeconventionaldisposal Environmental llcalth dinances," said Kenneth M. systems, for an average Division, Vermont State Stone, Environmental Health savings of $2,500per system. Department of tlealth, p.o. Director of the State Health An additional test pit will Box 70, 60 Main Street. Department. require a cost of $65 for each Burlington, Vt.,05401. In conjunction with these future lot. Other changes new rules, the Environmental subdivisions and buildings. Highlights of the new regulations include: reduced restrictions for site requirements, a new and less costly mound system, an alternative method for per- colation testing, additional testing before installation of curtain drains, requirement of an access manhole to septic tank cover and an additional test pit for site evaluation. The new rules would only be in effect in those municipalities that adopt or amend a local health or- dinance after these regulations become effective. The existing regulations are described in Chapter 5, Subehapter 10; the proposed rule 82-P38 represents a new set of standards replacing the existing individual on-site septic system regulations. Larry Coffin receives master of arts det00ree BRADFORD- Lawrence L. The MAtS program, in- Coffin of Bradford was one of stituted in 1970, is designed to 23 persons receiving master of provide an opportunity for arts in liberal studies (MALS) at the 212th Commencement Exercises at Dartmouth College here, Sunday, June 13. Conservation Agency is .Rmnney man completes promulgating regulations for experienced teachers, librarians or administrators in public and independent schools from nursery through junior college levels to strengthen their backgrounds in major subject areas. It normally takes a student four summers of study to attain the degree. In June, 1973, the first full class of MAtS recipients, 36 in number, received degrees. Coffin earned his MAtS degree in social science. A 1964 graduate of Plymouth, N.H., State College with a B.Ed. degree, he is a teacher at Oxbow High School. QUOTE "The fellow that says, 'I may be wrong, but--' does not believe there can be any such possibility." Kin Hubbard This year, approximately 800 of the 6,000 agents which represent Time qualified for the award, according to W. E. Jordens, senior vice president and director of marketing. The Merit Award is presented annually to agents who show exceptional ability in the area of service to clients, product knowledge and sales activity during the previous year. Time Insurance Company currently ranks in the top 10 percent of life insurance companies based on life in- surance in force ranks compiled by the National Underwriter. cylinder al beauty and a fun machine. see this to really appreciate it. SEE IT AT 4r Cottage ambulance squad continued from page I ) Mad said both families would raylor Chevrolet IPIP. 3 (JUST L MILES WF, ST Or LI'ILE'rON, N.H.) PHONE () 757-nlI probably be able to move back into at least part of their homes after some smoke and water damage had been repaired. Hot Temperatures Witnesses at the scene placed the temperature in Woodsville at the time of the fire at over 90 degrees, and much hotter toward the Beech Street area. Loranger said it was a combination of the natural heat due to the weather, the intense heat from the fire, and the heavy gear the firemen were wearing that caused the firemen to pass out at the scene. One fireman was people had already treated a lot of them at the scene," said Guy. Dr. David Frechette, who was in'charge of the hospital's emergency room at the time agreed. And, in a letter to Guy written the day after the fire, Frechette said: "I would like to commend the Cottage Hospital Ambulance Squad for the job they did... Treatment in the field was done so well that there was very little for us to do in the Emergency Room when the patients arrived." Ambulance and extra hospital emergency staff were called in following the first reports of the fire under the hospital's emergency-disaster plan. Frechette said he was "impressed with how smoothly things went." Cottage Hospital Administrator Ed Loranger said that about 20 staff, some on vacations, volunteered their services at the hospital that evening. Holden and his family are reported to live on the second floor of the apartment building while William and Shiela Blood occupy the first floor apartment. Fire officials "k Air Medals WeeMy newspapers review U.S. Senate candidates (continued from page 4) gusty winds the" guardsmen airlifted the pair to safety. The youths were suffering from se#ere hypothermia and frostbite. The Air Medal is awarded to an; person who, while serving in any capacity in or with the United States Army, shall have distinguished him or herself by meritorious achievement  while par- ticipating in aerial flight. The awards ceremony will he conducted July 25 at 10 a.m. on the State Military Reser- vation, Pembroke Road, in Concord. rmBliBIliBCtlP AND MAIL THIS HANDY FORM TODA Yt elflBll Fuller (Skipper) made many good showing. PLEASE CHECK DESIRED HEADING: trips around the pond in his All brothers are asked to I A.,MRS JOS0PORTUNmES REALESTRU boat. The boys and girls liked watch for this column for AUCT,0NS LOST&FOUND SERVICES this way of cooling off on such future announcements. It is  RUSINESS oPPORtUNITIES MISCELLANEOUS SNOWMOBKESt a hot day. hoped all brothers will attend CRRS,ACCESSOR,ES MOOILE HOMES RCCESSORIES FARM GAROEN ITEMS MOTORCYCLES TRUCKS/VANS Like everything else, all future meetings and see what tl FOR RENT P[RSONAL$ WANT[0 said to have passed out while good things "must come to an they have missed in the past i ,,r, ARAOE SALES C,M, , ,0AnNG  mOO/COAL ACCESSORIES retreating down a ladder, end." This was voiced by all, and to give support to the new .0ME RPRLIANCES RECREATION The thirteen firemen as they "picked up' and slate of officers. EXACTLY HOW YOU WANT THE ADTO READ: treated for heat exhaustion  p,,, p,,N w,,ot,,,,,poo,,=,,o, ,o,o,, ,, ,,,, j were from the towns f i ] Woodsy/lie, Monroe, 1 Haverhill, Haverhill, Lisbonl I Bath, Wells River, and Bradford. All the men were released after treatment in  good condition. Guy said rescue squads from Lisbon and Piermont I assisted the Cottage Hospital unit at the scene. Houses in the Beech Street | area are located fairly close I together and fire officials had | been concerned that the fire | ' might have spread further I I than it did. Woedsville Fire THE COS'I OF YOUR AO IN 'THE' SECOND OPINION Chief Bruce Robbins repor- | ,, w..... ,. .....  ....  .,.,, | public AF trig co John McClaughry and Stewart said that thecurrent nuclear RUMNEY-- Airman Clifford onheavy bombers, andearned M. Ledbetter, and Liberty warheads in existence are so R. Young, son of Alice L. credits toward an associate Union candidate Jerry Levy. potentially dangerous that Young of Rural Route 1, degree in applied science Citizens' Party candidate Ion they are akin to two boys Rumney, N.H., has graduated through the Community Laskaris sent a letter of standing in a puddle of from the U.S. Air Force air College of the Air Force. apology that he was unable to gasoline, one boasting that he armament course at Lowry Young will remain at attend, has l4matcheswhiletheother Air Force Base, Colo. Lowry. Each of the six candidates boy only as 12. Graduates of the course He is a 1969 graduate of was given five minutes for Ledbetter said he wants to studied the maintenance of Mascoma Valley Regional introductory remarks, and see Social Security main- defensive fire control systems High School, carman, N.H. COUNTY POMONA GRANGE 13 At the regular meeting on Monday, July 19, the Youth Committee is sponsoring a cookout at 6:30 p.01 at the Bedell Bridge Picnic Area. The Grange will provide hamburgers and hot dogs. Come and enjoy a good time together. This happy time will then move to Moosilauke Grange Hall for the program. At the last meeting held at Baker's River Grange, the group had the pleasure of selections on the harmonica by guest Charles Bixby. After a very informative talk on life in a deaf school from a Illl student's view point, Ida Hutchins "signed" Silent Night with Charles Bixby providing the musical background. Grangers and friends are reminded that the group collects used hearing aid batteries, and eyeglasses to help those who need aid. Martha Fagnant was elected and installed as Pomona for the remainder of the year. Grangers were urged to be in church on June 27 our designated "Go To Church Sunday." MASONIC LODGE NEWS I BRADFORD-- On Sunday, July 18, the Masons of Bradford held their Annual Family Picnic. This was held at brother Dick Swenson's cottage on the shores of Round Pond in W. Newbury. Approximately 50 attended, including family, friends and younger par- ticipants of the masonic families. Brother Dick and his wife were perfect host and hostess. Three grills for use of "back yard chefs" were set up and a large pot of delicious beans, cooked by the hostess, as well as soft drinks and luscious watermelon were available for all. A large amount of each was consumed. As an aid to creating an appetite, several close horse- shoe pitching contests were held. Noel Gaiser and Run Tomlinson emerged the winners. They were hard pushed by Bill Sanborn and host Dick Swenson. Other activities included a fine list of water sports. Program was run by brother Joe Adrian. This was enjoyed by the "young fry". To top off the athletic part of the picnic, a treasure hunt for coins, hid in a large sawdust pile, was held. Many coins were found by the young people. Also, brother thought about next year's family picnic. At the July meeting of Charity Lodge 43 order of Masons of Bradford, which was held on July 12 in their apartments, many reports from recent Grand Lodge Meeting were made by at- tendees, who enjoyed the event a lot. Another highlight of the July meeting was an interesting talk by Brother Morris Perry. He reflected on his many Pleasant memories obtained by his association with masonry for 54 years. Plans for the Masonic Men's Picnic at Harley and Gary's camp were discussed; also the Family Picnic on Sunday, July 18. W.M. Cecil Lampher presided at the meeting and brought messages from the Grand Lodge. The initial copy of the Masonic and Eastern Star communication is in the hands of the fraternal brothers and sisters. The communication is to be known as "Square, Compass, Chapter and Star" and will be edited by Lucille and Bill Wolf for {he ensuing year. Those responsible for the endeavor were given a vote of thanks by the brothers present. The number present constituted a then allowed a maximum of mined at current benefit three minutes to answer levels, and that recent questions from the audience, proposals to slash INS tax- White River Valley Herald payers services "are coun- editor M. Dickey Drysdale terproductive and just plain coordinated the afternoon dumb." event. Liberty Union candidate Guest opened his five Levy said the"U.S, system is minute introduction by asking not working, and that the 'Is what's happening in imbalance of power has Washington, D.C. fair to created a national crisis." Vermonters?' Guest said Those crises, he said, are the President Reagan's $750- "increasingly irrational and billion tax cut is heavily tilted suicidal" nuclear arms race, toward the high income an economy based on the bracket and large cor- subsidization of war, a foreign porations. He stressed that the policy based on violence, Social Security system is concentration of wealth into a threatened and unfair and few hands, the "engendering said people paying into the and continuing of racism and system now must be assured sexism," the poisoning of the of getting their benefits, environment and human in- Congressmen in Washington security and anxiety. are losing their sense of Levy gave his support to a fairness and compassion nuclear arms freeze, and toward the people of the proposed a 50 percent cut in country, Guest said. He said the defense budget. the defense spending was McClaughry called for a imbalanced, and called the new political style "worthy of level of the federal deficit was Vermont's heritage: the "irresponsible." The deficit politics of participation, of level must be brought down simplicity, candor, honesty "now," Guest insisted, "this and openness, a politics not of year, through responsible strife but of healing, relying action of congress." on shared sentiments." The overriding issue of our McGregor, asserted that he time, Guest said, is the would support no legislation nuclear issue. Guest held up a that threatened the American chart of 600t dots representing family, and said "we need to the world's current firepower, be able to say 'GOd Bless nuclear and otherwise. Just America'andmeanit." NEW EXPANDED CIRCULATION U p To 46,000 Circulation tedly praised the efforts of all the firemen and department assisting at the scene. Piremen from Woodsville, Bath, N. Haverhill, Haverhill, Lisbon, Monroe, N. Monroe, Wells River, Piermont, Twin Mountain, Franconia, Sugar Hill, Bradford, Newbury, and W. Newbury sent aid to the fire. About 150 men and 17 pieces of fire equipment were reported at the scene. The Cottage Hospital Ambulance Service's two ambulance vehicle's were used to transport the injured firemen to the hospital, said Guy. AWARDS PRESENTED-- Lieutenant Colonel Roland Couture, 2nd Battalion Commander, Wondsvflle Army National Guard, presented awards to SSG Bradley MeClintoek and SGT Terreuce Paye at their annual training '82 at Fort Drum, N.Y. SSG McClintoek received the First Sergeant's award, while SGT. Paye received the Sergeant Major's award. I I I ! i I 1 I YOUR NAME: DO YOU WANT EXTRA COVERAGE? ",In the Stowe. Morr,svi|le, Hordwlck Area lhrough The Transcript (ZQne 2) MULTIPLY ABOVE TOTAL BY 2 I I Ir! the orre Montpet Or. W,lliomstown, P|onheld Area I throuQh De World (Zone 1 ) MULTIPLY ABOVE TOTAL BY 2 ,n both Zones described above, MULTIPLY ABOVE TOTAL j BY 3 J NEW TO| AL___ I FOiL A VMENr MU$;f-ACCOMPANY r.ts FORM I I FOR OUR RECORDS PLEASE INCLUO[  i l I II I I Lberty, justice, freedom to'worship and to raise our families" are the issues to focus on, McGregor said. "The nation and the states must work together in closer harmony. I'm a family man, the father of eight children," McGregor said, and noted that he also understood the business world, having been a businessman for 26 years. He called for a balanced budget and for the provision of the fullest benefits possible. "I wilt work to correct waste and fraud in government," he asserted. He said he was for peaceful living between all men, but that "we just not let down our guard," and must put as much money into defense as necessary to make it strong enough." Senator Stafford took a different approach than the other candidates, expounding on his position of power as chairman of the Committee on Environment and Public Works. The Senator said he had worked hard for education of handicapped and disad- vantaged children, and was working hard to strengthen, not weaken the Clean Air Bill. "Your Senator is one of the key "players with respect to progress with the acid rain problem," he stated, and quoted the Washington Monthly as having picked him as one of the country's leading eight senators. Questions Members of the press corps asked specific questions of individual candidates after their introduction, and the questions focused on the nuclear arms freeze proposal, and on. the success of "Reagnomics". McClaughry and Stafford aligned them- selves closely to President Reagan's economic policies, Ledbetter praised parts of the pr.ogram, and Guestand Levy derided the program .as a "disaster" INTERESTING FACT The first American war submarine was constructed in 1776. It was called the "turtle" and carried a crew of one. QUOTE "Behind an able man there= are always other able men." Chinese Proverb DELIVE[ MORE! SO YOU'LL GET RESULTS! R $1.50 minimum" "rain,mum chatOe bSed on i(t:lr0t,matel $ wor@t pet hoe L,n Rte tm quest of I to 3 woeOs hne w,l be 15 pet late DEADLINE The 0EADLINE ts NOON on Friday for the next week's iSSue Iodlin for expended io culotion into SIowe/Morrisvllle/ Hordwick endor Borre/Monlpeliet oreos ,s THURSOAY oi 4 prffl. HOWTO DO IT: F,II Out ths form and being ot send ,t tO the Journal Opinion, oin Street. Bradford, Vt 05033 NO ADS CAN BE TAKEN BY PHONE 4-1or-3 SPECIAL It any clessified is run for 3 consecu, tire weeks with no changes, the 4th week is FREE I I strongly on the issues of Nagasaki. nuclear proliferation, dairy Ledbetter opened his ad- price supports, and the health dress to the audience by of the federaleconomy, listing his qualifications as a The debate, sponsored by candidate. "I am not a the Weekly Newspapers reluctant candidate," Led- Association, was held at the better said. "We will never Tavern Motor Inn as part of change the course of our the Association's all-day ,country without changing the meeting. Twenty-eight people in our congress. newspapers were represen- Representatives must be ted, with a total circulation of more concerned about future 312,000. generations than about re- Candidates participating in election." the debate were Democrats The candidate said a freeze Thomas McGregor and James was a preliminary step toward Guest, Republican incumbent arms reductions talks, but U.S. Sen. Robert T. Stafford "just to freeze doesn't ac- and his two party challengers complish an awful lot." He July 21, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page II Army shows off ............... Vermont sewage l liOUSE AT THE ARMORY-- The Bradford Army National Guard Armory to the public last Sunday for public inspection of equipment and per- IF,. IFhalen completes basic trainin00 National civil engineering field. lrrnan Mary A. Whalenis a 1969 graduate of of Jay Slocomb High School. l, Slocomb, Her husband, Navy Senior assigned to Chief Petty Officer MichaelB. Force Base, Whalen, is the son of Mr. and ompleting Air Mrs. Bernard J. Whalen of Woodsville. six weeks at Air Force Base, Bradford a00ent honored airman studied the mission, and customsand Time Insurance Co. training in . BRADFORD-- Gloria C. airmen who Humphrey of Bradford, an training earn independent insurance an associate representative, has been applied science honored asa 1982Merit Award Community Winner by Time Insurance ce. Company, Milwaukee-based lwillnow receive life and health insurer. instruction in the Humphrey has won three Merit Awards from Time. 1980 Lincoln Versatile dark gray / completely insulated and re- in matching carpeting 1970 Corvette LT-1, 4-bolt mains, motor with 35,000 miles turbo hydro ase of 12.00 x 16.5 tires (1 winter/mud summer highway type). Appliance steel spoke wheels ystem Stereo with pioneer power amp axial speakers plus 2 mid- drivers), plus 2 Piezo tweeters. hearing is rescheduled MONTPEL1ER--Sixofthe one of the 6001 dots seven declared United States represented the total of all the MONTPELIER-- A hearing Stone explained that under would cancel each other out, Senatorial candidates took firepower expended in World part in an afternoon debate War IL including the bombs on revised regulations the proposed revisions, for not net economic effect, Thursday, and spoke out exploded on Hiroshima and governing individual on-site savings would be slightly said Stone. wastewater treatment and greater than extra costs. The rescheduled hearing disposal systems which was to Savings would result for will be held Thursday, August have been held before the future lots requiring mound 19 at 10:30 a.m. in the State Board of Health Thur- systems, averaging $1250 Governor's Conference Room sday, July 15, in Montpelier each, over costs under in the Pavilion, instead of on has been postponed to existing rules. Due to reduced July 15 Thursday, August 19. site restrictions a number of For further information "The new regulations would future septic systems that persons may contact Kenneth serve as a model for towns to would have had to be mounds M. Stone or Michael E. Gates, adopt as local health or-couldbeconventionaldisposal Environmental llcalth dinances," said Kenneth M. systems, for an average Division, Vermont State Stone, Environmental Health savings of $2,500per system. Department of tlealth, p.o. Director of the State Health An additional test pit will Box 70, 60 Main Street. Department. require a cost of $65 for each Burlington, Vt.,05401. In conjunction with these future lot. Other changes new rules, the Environmental subdivisions and buildings. Highlights of the new regulations include: reduced restrictions for site requirements, a new and less costly mound system, an alternative method for per- colation testing, additional testing before installation of curtain drains, requirement of an access manhole to septic tank cover and an additional test pit for site evaluation. The new rules would only be in effect in those municipalities that adopt or amend a local health or- dinance after these regulations become effective. The existing regulations are described in Chapter 5, Subehapter 10; the proposed rule 82-P38 represents a new set of standards replacing the existing individual on-site septic system regulations. Larry Coffin receives master of arts det00ree BRADFORD- Lawrence L. The MAtS program, in- Coffin of Bradford was one of stituted in 1970, is designed to 23 persons receiving master of provide an opportunity for arts in liberal studies (MALS) at the 212th Commencement Exercises at Dartmouth College here, Sunday, June 13. Conservation Agency is .Rmnney man completes promulgating regulations for experienced teachers, librarians or administrators in public and independent schools from nursery through junior college levels to strengthen their backgrounds in major subject areas. It normally takes a student four summers of study to attain the degree. In June, 1973, the first full class of MAtS recipients, 36 in number, received degrees. Coffin earned his MAtS degree in social science. A 1964 graduate of Plymouth, N.H., State College with a B.Ed. degree, he is a teacher at Oxbow High School. QUOTE "The fellow that says, 'I may be wrong, but--' does not believe there can be any such possibility." Kin Hubbard This year, approximately 800 of the 6,000 agents which represent Time qualified for the award, according to W. E. Jordens, senior vice president and director of marketing. The Merit Award is presented annually to agents who show exceptional ability in the area of service to clients, product knowledge and sales activity during the previous year. Time Insurance Company currently ranks in the top 10 percent of life insurance companies based on life in- surance in force ranks compiled by the National Underwriter. cylinder al beauty and a fun machine. see this to really appreciate it. SEE IT AT 4r Cottage ambulance squad continued from page I ) Mad said both families would raylor Chevrolet IPIP. 3 (JUST L MILES WF, ST Or LI'ILE'rON, N.H.) PHONE () 757-nlI probably be able to move back into at least part of their homes after some smoke and water damage had been repaired. Hot Temperatures Witnesses at the scene placed the temperature in Woodsville at the time of the fire at over 90 degrees, and much hotter toward the Beech Street area. Loranger said it was a combination of the natural heat due to the weather, the intense heat from the fire, and the heavy gear the firemen were wearing that caused the firemen to pass out at the scene. One fireman was people had already treated a lot of them at the scene," said Guy. Dr. David Frechette, who was in'charge of the hospital's emergency room at the time agreed. And, in a letter to Guy written the day after the fire, Frechette said: "I would like to commend the Cottage Hospital Ambulance Squad for the job they did... Treatment in the field was done so well that there was very little for us to do in the Emergency Room when the patients arrived." Ambulance and extra hospital emergency staff were called in following the first reports of the fire under the hospital's emergency-disaster plan. Frechette said he was "impressed with how smoothly things went." Cottage Hospital Administrator Ed Loranger said that about 20 staff, some on vacations, volunteered their services at the hospital that evening. Holden and his family are reported to live on the second floor of the apartment building while William and Shiela Blood occupy the first floor apartment. Fire officials "k Air Medals WeeMy newspapers review U.S. Senate candidates (continued from page 4) gusty winds the" guardsmen airlifted the pair to safety. The youths were suffering from se#ere hypothermia and frostbite. The Air Medal is awarded to an; person who, while serving in any capacity in or with the United States Army, shall have distinguished him or herself by meritorious achievement  while par- ticipating in aerial flight. The awards ceremony will he conducted July 25 at 10 a.m. on the State Military Reser- vation, Pembroke Road, in Concord. rmBliBIliBCtlP AND MAIL THIS HANDY FORM TODA Yt elflBll Fuller (Skipper) made many good showing. PLEASE CHECK DESIRED HEADING: trips around the pond in his All brothers are asked to I A.,MRS JOS0PORTUNmES REALESTRU boat. The boys and girls liked watch for this column for AUCT,0NS LOST&FOUND SERVICES this way of cooling off on such future announcements. It is  RUSINESS oPPORtUNITIES MISCELLANEOUS SNOWMOBKESt a hot day. hoped all brothers will attend CRRS,ACCESSOR,ES MOOILE HOMES RCCESSORIES FARM GAROEN ITEMS MOTORCYCLES TRUCKS/VANS Like everything else, all future meetings and see what tl FOR RENT P[RSONAL$ WANT[0 said to have passed out while good things "must come to an they have missed in the past i ,,r, ARAOE SALES C,M, , ,0AnNG  mOO/COAL ACCESSORIES retreating down a ladder, end." This was voiced by all, and to give support to the new .0ME RPRLIANCES RECREATION The thirteen firemen as they "picked up' and slate of officers. EXACTLY HOW YOU WANT THE ADTO READ: treated for heat exhaustion  p,,, p,,N w,,ot,,,,,poo,,=,,o, ,o,o,, ,, ,,,, j were from the towns f i ] Woodsy/lie, Monroe, 1 Haverhill, Haverhill, Lisbonl I Bath, Wells River, and Bradford. All the men were released after treatment in  good condition. Guy said rescue squads from Lisbon and Piermont I assisted the Cottage Hospital unit at the scene. Houses in the Beech Street | area are located fairly close I together and fire officials had | been concerned that the fire | ' might have spread further I I than it did. Woedsville Fire THE COS'I OF YOUR AO IN 'THE' SECOND OPINION Chief Bruce Robbins repor- | ,, w..... ,. .....  ....  .,.,, | public AF trig co John McClaughry and Stewart said that thecurrent nuclear RUMNEY-- Airman Clifford onheavy bombers, andearned M. Ledbetter, and Liberty warheads in existence are so R. Young, son of Alice L. credits toward an associate Union candidate Jerry Levy. potentially dangerous that Young of Rural Route 1, degree in applied science Citizens' Party candidate Ion they are akin to two boys Rumney, N.H., has graduated through the Community Laskaris sent a letter of standing in a puddle of from the U.S. Air Force air College of the Air Force. apology that he was unable to gasoline, one boasting that he armament course at Lowry Young will remain at attend, has l4matcheswhiletheother Air Force Base, Colo. Lowry. Each of the six candidates boy only as 12. Graduates of the course He is a 1969 graduate of was given five minutes for Ledbetter said he wants to studied the maintenance of Mascoma Valley Regional introductory remarks, and see Social Security main- defensive fire control systems High School, carman, N.H. COUNTY POMONA GRANGE 13 At the regular meeting on Monday, July 19, the Youth Committee is sponsoring a cookout at 6:30 p.01 at the Bedell Bridge Picnic Area. The Grange will provide hamburgers and hot dogs. Come and enjoy a good time together. This happy time will then move to Moosilauke Grange Hall for the program. At the last meeting held at Baker's River Grange, the group had the pleasure of selections on the harmonica by guest Charles Bixby. After a very informative talk on life in a deaf school from a Illl student's view point, Ida Hutchins "signed" Silent Night with Charles Bixby providing the musical background. Grangers and friends are reminded that the group collects used hearing aid batteries, and eyeglasses to help those who need aid. Martha Fagnant was elected and installed as Pomona for the remainder of the year. Grangers were urged to be in church on June 27 our designated "Go To Church Sunday." MASONIC LODGE NEWS I BRADFORD-- On Sunday, July 18, the Masons of Bradford held their Annual Family Picnic. This was held at brother Dick Swenson's cottage on the shores of Round Pond in W. Newbury. Approximately 50 attended, including family, friends and younger par- ticipants of the masonic families. Brother Dick and his wife were perfect host and hostess. Three grills for use of "back yard chefs" were set up and a large pot of delicious beans, cooked by the hostess, as well as soft drinks and luscious watermelon were available for all. A large amount of each was consumed. As an aid to creating an appetite, several close horse- shoe pitching contests were held. Noel Gaiser and Run Tomlinson emerged the winners. They were hard pushed by Bill Sanborn and host Dick Swenson. Other activities included a fine list of water sports. Program was run by brother Joe Adrian. This was enjoyed by the "young fry". To top off the athletic part of the picnic, a treasure hunt for coins, hid in a large sawdust pile, was held. Many coins were found by the young people. Also, brother thought about next year's family picnic. At the July meeting of Charity Lodge 43 order of Masons of Bradford, which was held on July 12 in their apartments, many reports from recent Grand Lodge Meeting were made by at- tendees, who enjoyed the event a lot. Another highlight of the July meeting was an interesting talk by Brother Morris Perry. He reflected on his many Pleasant memories obtained by his association with masonry for 54 years. Plans for the Masonic Men's Picnic at Harley and Gary's camp were discussed; also the Family Picnic on Sunday, July 18. W.M. Cecil Lampher presided at the meeting and brought messages from the Grand Lodge. The initial copy of the Masonic and Eastern Star communication is in the hands of the fraternal brothers and sisters. The communication is to be known as "Square, Compass, Chapter and Star" and will be edited by Lucille and Bill Wolf for {he ensuing year. Those responsible for the endeavor were given a vote of thanks by the brothers present. The number present constituted a then allowed a maximum of mined at current benefit three minutes to answer levels, and that recent questions from the audience, proposals to slash INS tax- White River Valley Herald payers services "are coun- editor M. Dickey Drysdale terproductive and just plain coordinated the afternoon dumb." event. Liberty Union candidate Guest opened his five Levy said the"U.S, system is minute introduction by asking not working, and that the 'Is what's happening in imbalance of power has Washington, D.C. fair to created a national crisis." Vermonters?' Guest said Those crises, he said, are the President Reagan's $750- "increasingly irrational and billion tax cut is heavily tilted suicidal" nuclear arms race, toward the high income an economy based on the bracket and large cor- subsidization of war, a foreign porations. He stressed that the policy based on violence, Social Security system is concentration of wealth into a threatened and unfair and few hands, the "engendering said people paying into the and continuing of racism and system now must be assured sexism," the poisoning of the of getting their benefits, environment and human in- Congressmen in Washington security and anxiety. are losing their sense of Levy gave his support to a fairness and compassion nuclear arms freeze, and toward the people of the proposed a 50 percent cut in country, Guest said. He said the defense budget. the defense spending was McClaughry called for a imbalanced, and called the new political style "worthy of level of the federal deficit was Vermont's heritage: the "irresponsible." The deficit politics of participation, of level must be brought down simplicity, candor, honesty "now," Guest insisted, "this and openness, a politics not of year, through responsible strife but of healing, relying action of congress." on shared sentiments." The overriding issue of our McGregor, asserted that he time, Guest said, is the would support no legislation nuclear issue. Guest held up a that threatened the American chart of 600t dots representing family, and said "we need to the world's current firepower, be able to say 'GOd Bless nuclear and otherwise. Just America'andmeanit." NEW EXPANDED CIRCULATION U p To 46,000 Circulation tedly praised the efforts of all the firemen and department assisting at the scene. Piremen from Woodsville, Bath, N. Haverhill, Haverhill, Lisbon, Monroe, N. Monroe, Wells River, Piermont, Twin Mountain, Franconia, Sugar Hill, Bradford, Newbury, and W. Newbury sent aid to the fire. About 150 men and 17 pieces of fire equipment were reported at the scene. The Cottage Hospital Ambulance Service's two ambulance vehicle's were used to transport the injured firemen to the hospital, said Guy. AWARDS PRESENTED-- Lieutenant Colonel Roland Couture, 2nd Battalion Commander, Wondsvflle Army National Guard, presented awards to SSG Bradley MeClintoek and SGT Terreuce Paye at their annual training '82 at Fort Drum, N.Y. SSG McClintoek received the First Sergeant's award, while SGT. Paye received the Sergeant Major's award. I I I ! i I 1 I YOUR NAME: DO YOU WANT EXTRA COVERAGE? ",In the Stowe. Morr,svi|le, Hordwlck Area lhrough The Transcript (ZQne 2) MULTIPLY ABOVE TOTAL BY 2 I I Ir! the orre Montpet Or. 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Senator Stafford took a different approach than the other candidates, expounding on his position of power as chairman of the Committee on Environment and Public Works. The Senator said he had worked hard for education of handicapped and disad- vantaged children, and was working hard to strengthen, not weaken the Clean Air Bill. "Your Senator is one of the key "players with respect to progress with the acid rain problem," he stated, and quoted the Washington Monthly as having picked him as one of the country's leading eight senators. Questions Members of the press corps asked specific questions of individual candidates after their introduction, and the questions focused on the nuclear arms freeze proposal, and on. the success of "Reagnomics". McClaughry and Stafford aligned them- selves closely to President Reagan's economic policies, Ledbetter praised parts of the pr.ogram, and Guestand Levy derided the program .as a "disaster" INTERESTING FACT The first American war submarine was constructed in 1776. It was called the "turtle" and carried a crew of one. QUOTE "Behind an able man there= are always other able men." Chinese Proverb DELIVE[ MORE! SO YOU'LL GET RESULTS! R $1.50 minimum" "rain,mum chatOe bSed on i(t:lr0t,matel $ wor@t pet hoe L,n Rte tm quest of I to 3 woeOs hne w,l be 15 pet late DEADLINE The 0EADLINE ts NOON on Friday for the next week's iSSue Iodlin for expended io culotion into SIowe/Morrisvllle/ Hordwick endor Borre/Monlpeliet oreos ,s THURSOAY oi 4 prffl. HOWTO DO IT: F,II Out ths form and being ot send ,t tO the Journal Opinion, oin Street. Bradford, Vt 05033 NO ADS CAN BE TAKEN BY PHONE 4-1or-3 SPECIAL It any clessified is run for 3 consecu, tire weeks with no changes, the 4th week is FREE I I strongly on the issues of Nagasaki. nuclear proliferation, dairy Ledbetter opened his ad- price supports, and the health dress to the audience by of the federaleconomy, listing his qualifications as a The debate, sponsored by candidate. "I am not a the Weekly Newspapers reluctant candidate," Led- Association, was held at the better said. "We will never Tavern Motor Inn as part of change the course of our the Association's all-day ,country without changing the meeting. Twenty-eight people in our congress. newspapers were represen- Representatives must be ted, with a total circulation of more concerned about future 312,000. generations than about re- Candidates participating in election." the debate were Democrats The candidate said a freeze Thomas McGregor and James was a preliminary step toward Guest, Republican incumbent arms reductions talks, but U.S. Sen. Robert T. Stafford "just to freeze doesn't ac- and his two party challengers complish an awful lot." He