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July 22, 1981-The Journal Opinion-Page 9 Hesser promotes N.I-I. increases motorist fees Norma Bou ! 4A"\\;''7 :'-'-- _ I CNcRD-Director of four years, up from the ---- r'mm__i Motor Vehicles Thomas A. present $12 for the same MANCHESTER, IlF l,.lllr-qJ1%=ll]l I Power has announced that period. N.H.--Kenneth W. Galeucia, 1   w -  - w  w, -  | new increases in registration, Title fees for original titles, President of Hesser College in I . ....... | driver licensing, and in- transfers, and duplicate titles ,, , Manchester, recently an- | tllhlm oy ory w. Moore I spection station fees enacted go from $2 to $S and inspection nounced the promotion of by the Legislature are now in stickers that had been sold to d'etZ[/ Alice Smith, L. children; 11 great grand- graduate of Plymouth High waiting period. It now seems that there is a challenge that iof S. Ryegate, died children; a brother, Kenneth School. She received an was totally unexpected. Cottage Hospital Lane of Barton, a sister, Associate Degree in Business The Fish and Game Board received a letter from William pounds will be charged 74 Bessie Heidger of Iowa City, Science from Hesser College p. Russell, Counsel to the Legislative Committee on cents per hundred poundsand Wolcott, March 5, Iowa; a half brother, Max and has also taken courses at Administrative Rules, stating that the committee objected to truck tractors with trailers the daughter of Corrow of S. Burlington, and Rivier College in Nashua and a portion of the rules for the season. The letter dated July 14 weighing from 73,281 to 80,000 nd Giadys (Pike) several nieces and nephews, at St. Anselm's College in said that the committee voted 7 to 0 to objeet, pounds will be charged $1.32 was married to Her funeral service will be Manchester. The surprise came because the Board had met with the per hundred pounds. Norma Bolduc to Registrar of effect in New Hampshire. authorized inspection stations the College. LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE CHALLENGES All motorists registering or at 15 cents per sticker are now Norma is the daughter of DEER SEASON . renewing registrations on 65 cents per sticker. d/es Cora Haines of Lake Tarleton Everyone thought that the question of the 1981 antlerless passenger cars will be According to Power, the Road in Warren and the late deer season was settled after the Board held its hearings and changed an additional 40 cents Legislature also instituted a Wilbur N. Haines and is a 1955 there was no challenge that came forth during the required per month, or $480 per year. new license restoration fee of Truck-tractors with semi- $10. Any person who has his trailers weighing up to 73280 license suspended for more Smith, Sr. of s, mry, who died in pof 1951. rated a farm in for many years. 1  member of the h of Craftsbury ECraftsbury Com- 1V Irang e No. 530. She m TO CLASSIFY IL lmember of the QklCbapter No 48 OES . joined Corinthian [,,llo. 42 OES of Wells she was a life  e red by four sons; llr., of Hardwick; North Hyde Park;  Gunnerson, Colo., 'i of S Ryegate; a f/Mrs. Natalie Drew ljord ; 13.. grand- held at the United Church in Craftsbury Common July 22 at 1:00 p.m. Burial will follow at the Craftsbury Common Cemetery. A memorial service will also be held at the United Presbyterian Church in South Ryegate July 23 at 7:30 p.m. In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorial con- tributions be made to the Cottage Hospital Memorial Fund, Woodsville, N. H. or to the United Church of Craft- sbury Memorial Fund, care of Douglas Field, Craftsbury Common, Vt. Arrangements are under the direction of the M. R. Davis Funeral Service of Craftsbury. oe woman dies long illness of Locomotive Firemen and Engineers Auxiliary. She is survived by one sister of Woodsville and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services were July 18 in the Ricker Funeral Home in Woodsville with Rev.. John Folley and Warren Nye of- ficiating. Burial followed in the Monroe Village Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to the Cottage Hospital Ambulance Service, in care of Mrs. Shirley McAllister, 15 Central St., Woodsville, N.H., 03785. i'. Laura (Chesney) ,.ilied July 14 at a St. i hospital after a ..... i horn in Lancaster ..... iemployed by the ..... ,t Office. .... i was a project .... Zi[e Hunt Mount 4-H .... 16 years, a former .... I of the Monroe ..... l Past noble grand of i[rY A. Glidden ,= I Lodge 45 of " i: She was also a .... 'the Monroe Baptist ..... pthe Brotherhood .... i. After graduating from Hesser in 1956, she taught typewriting, shorthand, and office machines in both the day and Evening Divisions of the College. She has also served as executive secretary, admissions assistant, and administrative assistant at the College. Mrs. Bolduc is an active member of Professional Secretaries International, formerly The National .Secretaries Association, and is serving her second term as President of Profile Chapter of PSI after having served as Vice President and Treasurer. She also holds membership in the New Hampshire Association of Educational Secretaries and the New England Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers. Mrs. Bolduc resides with her husband, Robert, and three sons in Manchester. Lyme student is graduated :::i::00dents make Dean's List .... "TER N.H. Alan Mr and Mrs. Harold Wheeler Prize-winninghistorian. .... i .Dean of Hesser of Woodsville. She is majoring " iJl n Manchester, in the two-year Accounting BUDHISTTALK ""i OUnced the names program at Hesser. HANOVER--Roger Guest, co- .... nts who qualified .... : during the second ,"of the 1980-1981 .... " le ear. l ":iL-tes of Woodsw le ..... )Z tra Keith of N. '"::gqalified for Dean's Both students are 1980 .... .| named to the graduates of Woodsville High .....  t a student must School. ..... X Semester average Teresa and Debra will ..... i$, L5 and 3.9 for the graduate in May of 1981 with 41, an Associate Degree in iiiii ]" is the daughter of Business Science, I BOSTON--Richard W. Birch of Lyme Center was among 4,180 Northeastern University graduates who received degrees June 21, at com- mencement ceremonies in the Boston Garden. He received a Bachelor of Science degree. Undergraduates from the University's seven basic colleges were graduated at a I0 a.m. ceremony and were addressed by Arthur Schlesinger Jr., Pulitzer Committee on July 1 and defended its actions before taking the final vote. The board left the meeting with the feeling that all was well and thus prnceded to vote. The reason for the objection appears to come over the actions of the board's elimination of zone F from the recommendation of the department. The letter from Russell listed three objections which are: 1. "For the Board to exclude certain distcts is not authorized by statute." The key legislation is No. 68 of 1979, the long sought legislation is to get the deer herd control away from the legislature. The Committee says that the legislation gave the right to decide on an antlerless season to the department. "Inherent in the decision whether there shall be an an- tlerless season, is the determination of where there shall be such a season." 2. "For the Board to exclude certain management districts is contrary to legislative intent." "The Board's rule would return the process from the Department to itself; a body which makes political deter- minations while not being as politically responsive as the legislature itself." 3. "For the Board to exclude certain districts is ar- bitrary." The Committee felt that the Board's action had not been based on game management recommendations from the Department. The Fish and Game Board is required to respond in writing to the objections within 14 days. Chairman Palmisano has asked that the members respond by July 29 when the com- mittee will next meet. The resulting meeting should be interesting to all as it will result in a decision, or at least begin the process whereby a decision will be made, on just who will control the deer herd. The decision is long overdue and the air needs to be cleared so that all concerned know just what duties and obligations are alloted to whom. --- Debra is the daughter of Mr. director of Karme Choling, a and Mrs. David Keith of N. Haverhill and is majoring in the two-year Legal Secretarial-Assistant program. FISH KILL ON THE LAMOILLE The Vermont Fish and Game Department is investigating a sizeable fish kill that occurred in the section of the Lamoille River between Hardwick and Morrisville. The dead fish first showed up last Sunday and the largest concentration was in the Wolcott area Angelo Incerpi, chief of fisheries for the department, said that with the exception of a few minnows all the fish are dead The department biologists will attempt to find the cause of the kill. A possible cause was the opening of a dam gate at Jackson Bridge by the Hardwick Electric Department. Large amounts of silt deprive fish of the needed oxygen and thus they suffocate. Other possibilities such as a chemical spill are being looked at. For now at least several miles of the Lamoille will hold no trout for the angler. Buddhist meditation center, will give a talk on Bud0hist meditation July 21 at ap.m. in The U.S.  i the Mayer room of Howe and the largest wildlife investigation came to a head with the Library in Hanover. No ad- raiding of an Atlanta firm that dealt in illegal wildlife. mission. QUOTABLE QUOTES "'()pinion is ultimately delermined by the feelings, and not by the intellect." llerhert Spencer Need to Rush Over... HANDY WANT AB Do.rlr-YOIIllSlKIF Iff[l your Ad... To find your Ad... Just pick the classification from this and mail your Classified Ad with your check for the proper amount to: JOURNAL OPINION P.O. Box 378 Bradford, Vermont 05033 ERTISING RATES per week nts for each additional word over 20 odditionol week ad is to run (up to B weeks) Arrest warrants were issued for 27 persons and close to 200 others may be sought. The illegal operation was huge with multimillion dollar profits. Agents of the Fish and Wildlife Service say that the firm sold 10,000 illegal animals in the past year and a half. A startling discovery was that thousands of poisonous snakes were being sent through the mails. Tape was even being used on the rattles to keep the rattle snakes from being discovered in the mail Can't you just imagine the look on the face of the postman as a rattlesnake crawls from a torn package in the mailbag. The illegal operation took place in 35 states and when the government moved 200 agents fanned out to strike. Illegal trade in wildlife is very profitable and an area of enforcement that has not had the attention that it should. Hopefully this successful bust and other recent operations will convince the powers that be to provide the money and manpower needed to combat the most disgusting manipulation of wildlife. Wells River , Baldwin Memorial Summerfest '81 Library Farm trucks will be charged $24 for the first 16,000 pounds and 74 cents per hundred pounds over that weight Driver licenses, either new or renewals, will go to $20 for than 15 days will be required to pay that fee in order to have a license restored. Persons whose licenses have been revoked will be required to pay a $20 fee for a new license. All totaled, said Power, the new fees are expected to develop over $16 million in additional revenues, 30 per- cent of which will be returned to local cities and towns. Vermont changes auto inspection "'" MONTPELIER--Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles Commissioner William H Conway, Jr. has announced that, as a result of action taken by the 1981 Legislature, most vehicles will now he required to be inspected only once each year beginning July 1. Passenger common cmTiers, that is motor buses with a seating capacity of more than seven persons, must be inspected twice a year. The law which requires school buses to be inspected in August, December and March remains unchanged. Wooasville- Lawn Sale to benefit Special Olympics The Ross-Wood Post 20 American Legion is spun- soring its second annual Lawn Sale July 25 beginning at 10:00 a.m. United Methodist Church The Annual Fair and Salad Supper of the United Methodist Church will be held on July 16 beginning at 3:00 p.m. Included will be a variety of tablGs with attractive gifts, candy, food, tea and white elephant. The supper at five will serve assorted salads, baked beans, rolls and hot dishes. Golden Circle The Golden Circle met on Wednesday with a good at- tendance. After eating they Silent auction held ' A comfortable day brought out 43 members of the Ammonoosuc Valley Seniors on July 15. A Silent Auction earned a tidy sum for the club, with food being very popular. The Franconia group baked tasty bars and cookies, and had "pink" punch. A 34th Wedding Anniversary card was signed for Raymond and Madeline Haynes  their date being July 20. The secretary and treasurer gave their reports; and the secretary read a note of ap- preciation from Evelyn Cote Sacey for her mother. Door prizes were won by Laura McLachlin, Isabel Clough, Bertha Thorne, Melanie Marcoux, Allan Clement, and Sylvia Casey. Today is Game Day with prizes needed. Jessie Robinson and helpers are in in Bradford charge of refreshmentS recently. The Rev. and Mrs. Arthur Cheney and family returned E. Corinth from vacation July 6 Firemen Sponsor Mr. and Mrs. Harold Parker street dance and their guests Mr. and Mrs. The fire department Walter Howe of Windsor, sponsored a street dance on Conn. were July 7 visitors at the seventeenth at St. John-the home of Mrs. Jennie sbury Trucking. Proceeds will Lafley Howe in Northfield. be used to restore the tanker. Mrs. WE. Fehrs of Armonk, N.Y.. returned to her home July 17 after spending a week with her mother, Mrs. Lawrence Jackman, at her Lake Morey summer home'. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Olsen, Matthew and Chamonix of Charleston, S.C., came July 11 to spend their vacation with his parents, Hugh and Dr. 1 M0ntebello Street Woodsville, NH 03785 603-747-2000 BI{OKER :  ,SSiR'IATES: Albine A. I,euthold  Paul Mayette 787-6270 Robert Dupuis 74%2531 List NO. 224  RENTAL INCOME: Well maintained 4 apartment house on main street -- walk to conveniences. Three 2 bedroom apartments, one 3 bedroom apartment. FHW heat -- full basement -- .6 acres. $32,000. Owner financing with $5,000 down.., at 12 per cent for I0 years or 14 per cent for 15 years. List No. 254 -- Seclusion and country life! 7 year old, 3 bedroom log home on 3% acres + or -. Large L- R, D-R combination. Full basement -- new carpeting. 30' x 30' barn is new.. wood stove, electric heat back up... pretty mountain views -- few minutes to town. $,17,500. II II II These changes do notaffect Va Hauger the expiration of the in- spectiOnvehicles. IfstickerssomeonenWhas Ona t{) Wain in A,F. 24-LOG SPLITTER. $500.00 green No. 6 inspection sticker, THETFORD--Vaughn 802-439-6264. lt--7-z2--p the vehicle must be inspected Hanger, son of Mr. and Mrs. before June 30, 1981. If Richard Hauger of Thetford someone has a yellow sticker Center, has entered the Air TOWN NURSE CLINIC with a cutout, the vehicle must Force Delayed Enlistment FAIRLEE--A town nurse be inspected again in 1981 Program according to S. Sgt clinic will be held July 28 at during the two-month period Bob Gallant, Air Force the Fairlee Town l/all from 9- indicated by the cutout and Recruiter inBarre. 11 a.m. and 12-4 p.m at W. written on the back of the Hanger, a 1981 graduate of Fairlee for glaucoma, weight sticker. Thetford tligh School, is and hypertension. Pleasure cars, trucksl scheduled to leave for basic trailers, motorcycles and training at Lackiand Air mopeds inspected after July 1, Force Base near San Antonio, RUMMAGE SALE 1981 only have to be inspected Tex., Sept. 13, STRAFFORD--A rummage once each year. Plans are for Hauger to sale will be held at the United receive technical training in Church parish hall July 24 Beth Nelson the Mechanical career field from 7-9 am. and July 25 from I 757-3429 for which transferrable 9-11 a.m. for the benefit of gathered for an afternoon of college credits will be United Church Women. cards, awarded News Brie/s The Frank Parkers were in White River Jet. on July 12 for the day. Janice LeBrun and children of New York are spending some time with her parents the Irving Placeys. Several from town attended Summerfest '81 in Bradford last week. Several from town par- ticipated in the Antique Show and Sale on July 18 for the benefit of the North Country Chorus trip to England. Ruth Nelson of Johnson State College, who was at home for her 18th birthday, visited friends and relatives in town July 12. and will it be possible to visit the Sugar Hill Museum af- terward? On August 5, it is expected the free Blood Pressure Clinic will be in the morning; and feats of magic will be presented in the afternoon, with guests invited, and all will be served cookies and punch by Doris Judd and committee. August 12 is the date to go to Whistle Stop, with vote on the menu at today's get together and finding out if we visit Sugar Hill Museum. August 19, each and everyone is requested to bring an un- trimmed box lunch, his own drink, and his chair to the Curtis Picnic Area. August 26 it is expected Game Day will be held. E. The{ford nmn enlim in A.F. E. THETFORD--Bruce Chamberlin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Chamberlin of E. Thetford, has entered the Air Force Delayed Enlistment Program, according to S Sgt. Bob Gallant, Air Force Recruiter in Barre. The 1981 graduate of Thetford Academy High School is scheduled to leave for basic training at Lackland Air Force Base near San Antonio, Tex., July 10. Plans are for Chamberlin to iu=00:l i0[ol|tot00 NOTICE OF NIAItlN6 ON ALLOWANCE OF WiLL STATE OF VlilMONT tN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF llmlft C=r Cel PROBATE COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF To the heks at law and all persom interested in the Estate of Henry Comes Codiss, late of Newbory, in said District, dKeosed; You e notified that o writtea irv strumt dated May 12, 1981, and purporting to be the Lost Will and Testament of said deceased has beeo presented to the Probate Court for the District ot 8rodford by James C. Codiss, th petitim requesting Protrude thereof. The heoring thereon has been scheded for the 18th day of August, 1981 at 11:30 a.rn. at the Probate Court, Wells River, Vermont. You me theo ond there to show ctae, irony you nt hove, why the mid iostrume' should not ,bl ollowed aS the Lost Will and ........ receive technical training in T"L*.?!t. .. .... Hilah Iuu[u., .... . .... tTnn iomoeNotJmy, ,v,. wmen =rarorrame eole 7/Z-::8/S Members will vote on two credits will beawarded. subjects: Will we raise dues in September? Which of three menus will be chosen for all; HOLDENS GENERAL STORE STOCK OF MERCHANDISE AT PUBLIC AUCTION TUESDAY, JULY 28, 1981 AT 10:00 A.M. WARREN, N.H. ON MAIN STREET We have been commissioned to sell all the inventory piece by piece in trade lots. This is only a partial listing of what you will find. Everything sells to the highest bidder. Men's boots, work shoes, snowmobile boots and packs, jackets, vests for men and boys, pants, shirts, underwear, some ladies and girls clothing, variety hardware and kitchenware, some groceries, ladies and childrens boots, shoes, slippers, large inventory of window glass, caps, work gloves, bolts and many other items too numerous to mention. TOOLS Bench grinder, drill press, electric drills, socket sets, wrench sets, vices, power saw, comealong, hammers, extension cords, vice grips, impact driver, typewriter, adding machine, cash register, shovels, sledge .00 billing charge will be added to each classified that we bill out. (HECK CATEGORY YOU WISH TO HAVE YOUR CLASSIFIED LISTED UNDER [I COLLECTOR'S ITEMS I RADIO & TV t PETS I COAL, FUEL & WOOD WANTED TO BUY LET'S SWAP i GARAGE SALES [ I ROOMS FOR RENT I I APARTMENT FOR RENT [ 1 HOUSE FOR REN1 I I HOUSE FOR SALE I * AUTOS & TRUCKS t FOR SALE I I MOBILE HOMES t i SERVICES [ WANTED ! HELP WANTED I ; MOTORCYdLES MY CLASSIFIED AD AS FOLLOWS: rl  ..._.  11 i2 13 14 , 15 16 ' 26 27-'-"--" 2"-8 " "-'-- 3---'-"- 3"' 3-'--- I 1 ...... ,:. ___ .......................................... J : il a  My QLASSIF SSIFIED AD ON ......... 1 ,'3 MY ELAS lED AD TINES. t I STATE TEL... " "|1 - , The Design a Bookmark Contest terminated July 15 with area children from grades K-12 participating. Librarian, Mrs Joy Pollender supervised this event. Win- neTs will be announced. WYKR at Burgess Farm July l 1 Gene Puffer and Gerry Brooks covered the activities at the Burgess Farm in Bradford on July It They interviewed Mr. Burgess and his wife as well as a variety of other people, including: SBA Center Gordon Farr, County Agricultoral Agent; Bob Stimpson of the Orange naln( two county Farm Bureau; Stuart new directors Leete: Huck Gardner, Feed and Garden Salesman of MONTPELIER--Tbe Small Agway; David Hastings of Business Development Center Corinth. of Vermont. Inc.. has ap- There were a variety of pointed two new members to farm related displays and its board of directors. questions of guests were answered. The Burgess Farm has 110 head of guernseys and 30 of holstein. Tee shirts were given away to visitors who could answer questions pertaining to farm products or machinery. Free milk products were given away throughout the day. Wells River Congregational Church A Lasagna Supper was held at the Wells River Congregational Church July 18 with a good attendance. The Community Health Services held a hypertension clinic at the church on the 15th. Robert lde, vice president of E.T & H.K. lde Co. of St. Johnsbury and Fairlee, brings with him several years of experience as vice president of a major feed dealer in the state. A graduate of the University of Vermont he was also a delegate to the White House conference on Small Business last year Jim Howard is president of Country Business Services, whose headquarters is located m Brattleboro. In addition to a branch office in Burlington there are five other branches in New England. News Briefs Edward Elmendorf, ex- Ted Parker and children of president of Johnson State Taunton, Mass called on his College, resigned his position sister and family, the William to join the Department of Nelsons. Education in .Washington, Several attended the D.C. , Stella Knapp 439-5762 Newbury was the guest minister at the E. Corinth church July 12 when the Rev. White and family were away. One hundred and sixteen vendors set out their wares at the 12th annual Flea Market July 9 at the E. Corinth Fairgrounds. This was sponsored by the Valley Health Center Auxiliary. In spite of the unusual high temperature many people came to observe and buy. Frances Olsen. Elmer {Buster) Flanders is a patient at the Central Vermont Hospital following a stroke July 10. Mrs. Fianders visits him daily and reports that he is responding to treatment. Mrs. Dorothy Jackman) Neal of Bullhead City, Ariz., arrived July l0 to visit her cousin. Mrs. Lawrence Jack- man. and friends in this area. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Huntington Jr.. David and Sara and his sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Randy Ricker and Dustin. were in Boston, Mass.. last weekend. While there they visited the Haymarket and Quincey Markets and the Science Museum. Miss Natalie Tenney of Keene. N.H., Was a weekend guest of her cousin. Mrs. Scott Knapp. Both were supper guests Saturday of another cousin and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Knapp. The Rev. John Marsh of W. , Corinth (continued from page 7) Seidel of Amesbury, Mass. have returned to their homes after visiting Peter and Holly Crawford for a few days. Patricia Rollins of Belcher{own, Mass., visited her mother Ruth Elie last week She is an employee of the Belchertown State School. She was here during the Massachusetts State worker's strike She is a former Taplin Hill resident. Natalie Sumner ac- companied Kent and Gaff Ancliff to New York City this past week end. Natalie is studying to be a veterinarian assistant, therefore, she was delighted to be able to visit a grooming school for dogs. other highlights of the weekend was visiting the Metropolitan Museum and the Empire State Building. hammers, rope, paint brushes, hack saw blades, electric impact wrench, and many other items too numerous to mention. POSITIVE SALE, TERMS CASH Sales by order of the owner, Mrs. Holden under management of Barber Sales inc., Lebanon, N. H. 448-336@. Inspection morning of sale. AUCTIONEERS: J.W. BAR- BER  LARRY GRAY  JOHN BALL. LIC. NO. N.H. 2103-- VT. 2044-- ME. 00115. I I I AUCTION At our farm, located on Monroe Road, IV2 miles north of the Woedsville, N.H. covered bridge on Route 135. Watch for Auction signs. WEDNESDAY NIGHT JULY 29 STARTING AT 7 P.M. 30 HEAD REGISTERED JERSEYS "Consisting of: 5 just fresh, 1 due Sept., 2 due Nov., 3 due Dec., 3 due Ja n., 4 of these are Ist calf heifers. 7 yearlings & started calves. This is a real nice herd of Jerseys This herd is Eastern bred with some of the best sires, such as Shadewell Fascinator, MLF Secret Soldier, Starn General, EHV Silver Vermonter. MILKING EQUIPMENT 300 gal. Cherry Burrell bulk tank, 3 Surge milkers, Deiaval No. 74 milker pump, S.S. pails & strainers, new set of clippers, Dearborn gas heater, elec. fan, milk scale, 3 H.P. gas engine, 1/4" galvanized vac. line w- stall cocks, trainers, plastic trays, cow kicker, rubber pails, fencers, 2 round outside feeders, etc TERMS CASH OR GOOD CHECK CATALOGS AT RINGSIDE OWNERS: DONALD & MARYANN VOGT WOODSVILLE, N.H. AUCTIONEERS: C.W. GRAY & SONS, INC. EAST THETFORD, VT, 802-785-4348 or 785-2181 N.H. LICENSE NO. 2140 R. & D. LUSSIER, LYNDONVILLE, VT. 626-5448 II July 22, 1981-The Journal Opinion-Page 9 Hesser promotes N.I-I. increases motorist fees Norma Bou ! 4A"\\;''7 :'-'-- _ I CNcRD-Director of four years, up from the ---- r'mm__i Motor Vehicles Thomas A. present $12 for the same MANCHESTER, IlF l,.lllr-qJ1%=ll]l I Power has announced that period. N.H.--Kenneth W. Galeucia, 1   w -  - w  w, -  | new increases in registration, Title fees for original titles, President of Hesser College in I . ....... | driver licensing, and in- transfers, and duplicate titles ,, , Manchester, recently an- | tllhlm oy ory w. Moore I spection station fees enacted go from $2 to $S and inspection nounced the promotion of by the Legislature are now in stickers that had been sold to d'etZ[/ Alice Smith, L. children; 11 great grand- graduate of Plymouth High waiting period. It now seems that there is a challenge that iof S. Ryegate, died children; a brother, Kenneth School. She received an was totally unexpected. Cottage Hospital Lane of Barton, a sister, Associate Degree in Business The Fish and Game Board received a letter from William pounds will be charged 74 Bessie Heidger of Iowa City, Science from Hesser College p. Russell, Counsel to the Legislative Committee on cents per hundred poundsand Wolcott, March 5, Iowa; a half brother, Max and has also taken courses at Administrative Rules, stating that the committee objected to truck tractors with trailers the daughter of Corrow of S. Burlington, and Rivier College in Nashua and a portion of the rules for the season. The letter dated July 14 weighing from 73,281 to 80,000 nd Giadys (Pike) several nieces and nephews, at St. Anselm's College in said that the committee voted 7 to 0 to objeet, pounds will be charged $1.32 was married to Her funeral service will be Manchester. The surprise came because the Board had met with the per hundred pounds. Norma Bolduc to Registrar of effect in New Hampshire. authorized inspection stations the College. LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE CHALLENGES All motorists registering or at 15 cents per sticker are now Norma is the daughter of DEER SEASON . renewing registrations on 65 cents per sticker. d/es Cora Haines of Lake Tarleton Everyone thought that the question of the 1981 antlerless passenger cars will be According to Power, the Road in Warren and the late deer season was settled after the Board held its hearings and changed an additional 40 cents Legislature also instituted a Wilbur N. Haines and is a 1955 there was no challenge that came forth during the required per month, or $480 per year. new license restoration fee of Truck-tractors with semi- $10. Any person who has his trailers weighing up to 73280 license suspended for more Smith, Sr. of s, mry, who died in pof 1951. rated a farm in for many years. 1  member of the h of Craftsbury ECraftsbury Com- 1V Irang e No. 530. She m TO CLASSIFY IL lmember of the QklCbapter No 48 OES . joined Corinthian [,,llo. 42 OES of Wells she was a life  e red by four sons; llr., of Hardwick; North Hyde Park;  Gunnerson, Colo., 'i of S Ryegate; a f/Mrs. Natalie Drew ljord ; 13.. grand- held at the United Church in Craftsbury Common July 22 at 1:00 p.m. Burial will follow at the Craftsbury Common Cemetery. A memorial service will also be held at the United Presbyterian Church in South Ryegate July 23 at 7:30 p.m. In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorial con- tributions be made to the Cottage Hospital Memorial Fund, Woodsville, N. H. or to the United Church of Craft- sbury Memorial Fund, care of Douglas Field, Craftsbury Common, Vt. Arrangements are under the direction of the M. R. Davis Funeral Service of Craftsbury. oe woman dies long illness of Locomotive Firemen and Engineers Auxiliary. She is survived by one sister of Woodsville and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services were July 18 in the Ricker Funeral Home in Woodsville with Rev.. John Folley and Warren Nye of- ficiating. Burial followed in the Monroe Village Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to the Cottage Hospital Ambulance Service, in care of Mrs. Shirley McAllister, 15 Central St., Woodsville, N.H., 03785. i'. Laura (Chesney) ,.ilied July 14 at a St. i hospital after a ..... i horn in Lancaster ..... iemployed by the ..... ,t Office. .... i was a project .... Zi[e Hunt Mount 4-H .... 16 years, a former .... I of the Monroe ..... l Past noble grand of i[rY A. Glidden ,= I Lodge 45 of " i: She was also a .... 'the Monroe Baptist ..... pthe Brotherhood .... i. After graduating from Hesser in 1956, she taught typewriting, shorthand, and office machines in both the day and Evening Divisions of the College. She has also served as executive secretary, admissions assistant, and administrative assistant at the College. Mrs. Bolduc is an active member of Professional Secretaries International, formerly The National .Secretaries Association, and is serving her second term as President of Profile Chapter of PSI after having served as Vice President and Treasurer. She also holds membership in the New Hampshire Association of Educational Secretaries and the New England Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers. Mrs. Bolduc resides with her husband, Robert, and three sons in Manchester. Lyme student is graduated :::i::00dents make Dean's List .... "TER N.H. Alan Mr and Mrs. Harold Wheeler Prize-winninghistorian. .... i .Dean of Hesser of Woodsville. She is majoring " iJl n Manchester, in the two-year Accounting BUDHISTTALK ""i OUnced the names program at Hesser. HANOVER--Roger Guest, co- .... nts who qualified .... : during the second ,"of the 1980-1981 .... " le ear. l ":iL-tes of Woodsw le ..... )Z tra Keith of N. '"::gqalified for Dean's Both students are 1980 .... .| named to the graduates of Woodsville High .....  t a student must School. ..... X Semester average Teresa and Debra will ..... i$, L5 and 3.9 for the graduate in May of 1981 with 41, an Associate Degree in iiiii ]" is the daughter of Business Science, I BOSTON--Richard W. Birch of Lyme Center was among 4,180 Northeastern University graduates who received degrees June 21, at com- mencement ceremonies in the Boston Garden. He received a Bachelor of Science degree. Undergraduates from the University's seven basic colleges were graduated at a I0 a.m. ceremony and were addressed by Arthur Schlesinger Jr., Pulitzer Committee on July 1 and defended its actions before taking the final vote. The board left the meeting with the feeling that all was well and thus prnceded to vote. The reason for the objection appears to come over the actions of the board's elimination of zone F from the recommendation of the department. The letter from Russell listed three objections which are: 1. "For the Board to exclude certain distcts is not authorized by statute." The key legislation is No. 68 of 1979, the long sought legislation is to get the deer herd control away from the legislature. The Committee says that the legislation gave the right to decide on an antlerless season to the department. "Inherent in the decision whether there shall be an an- tlerless season, is the determination of where there shall be such a season." 2. "For the Board to exclude certain management districts is contrary to legislative intent." "The Board's rule would return the process from the Department to itself; a body which makes political deter- minations while not being as politically responsive as the legislature itself." 3. "For the Board to exclude certain districts is ar- bitrary." The Committee felt that the Board's action had not been based on game management recommendations from the Department. The Fish and Game Board is required to respond in writing to the objections within 14 days. Chairman Palmisano has asked that the members respond by July 29 when the com- mittee will next meet. The resulting meeting should be interesting to all as it will result in a decision, or at least begin the process whereby a decision will be made, on just who will control the deer herd. The decision is long overdue and the air needs to be cleared so that all concerned know just what duties and obligations are alloted to whom. --- Debra is the daughter of Mr. director of Karme Choling, a and Mrs. David Keith of N. Haverhill and is majoring in the two-year Legal Secretarial-Assistant program. FISH KILL ON THE LAMOILLE The Vermont Fish and Game Department is investigating a sizeable fish kill that occurred in the section of the Lamoille River between Hardwick and Morrisville. The dead fish first showed up last Sunday and the largest concentration was in the Wolcott area Angelo Incerpi, chief of fisheries for the department, said that with the exception of a few minnows all the fish are dead The department biologists will attempt to find the cause of the kill. A possible cause was the opening of a dam gate at Jackson Bridge by the Hardwick Electric Department. Large amounts of silt deprive fish of the needed oxygen and thus they suffocate. Other possibilities such as a chemical spill are being looked at. For now at least several miles of the Lamoille will hold no trout for the angler. Buddhist meditation center, will give a talk on Bud0hist meditation July 21 at ap.m. in The U.S.  i the Mayer room of Howe and the largest wildlife investigation came to a head with the Library in Hanover. No ad- raiding of an Atlanta firm that dealt in illegal wildlife. mission. QUOTABLE QUOTES "'()pinion is ultimately delermined by the feelings, and not by the intellect." llerhert Spencer Need to Rush Over... HANDY WANT AB Do.rlr-YOIIllSlKIF Iff[l your Ad... To find your Ad... Just pick the classification from this and mail your Classified Ad with your check for the proper amount to: JOURNAL OPINION P.O. Box 378 Bradford, Vermont 05033 ERTISING RATES per week nts for each additional word over 20 odditionol week ad is to run (up to B weeks) Arrest warrants were issued for 27 persons and close to 200 others may be sought. The illegal operation was huge with multimillion dollar profits. Agents of the Fish and Wildlife Service say that the firm sold 10,000 illegal animals in the past year and a half. A startling discovery was that thousands of poisonous snakes were being sent through the mails. Tape was even being used on the rattles to keep the rattle snakes from being discovered in the mail Can't you just imagine the look on the face of the postman as a rattlesnake crawls from a torn package in the mailbag. The illegal operation took place in 35 states and when the government moved 200 agents fanned out to strike. Illegal trade in wildlife is very profitable and an area of enforcement that has not had the attention that it should. Hopefully this successful bust and other recent operations will convince the powers that be to provide the money and manpower needed to combat the most disgusting manipulation of wildlife. Wells River , Baldwin Memorial Summerfest '81 Library Farm trucks will be charged $24 for the first 16,000 pounds and 74 cents per hundred pounds over that weight Driver licenses, either new or renewals, will go to $20 for than 15 days will be required to pay that fee in order to have a license restored. Persons whose licenses have been revoked will be required to pay a $20 fee for a new license. All totaled, said Power, the new fees are expected to develop over $16 million in additional revenues, 30 per- cent of which will be returned to local cities and towns. Vermont changes auto inspection "'" MONTPELIER--Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles Commissioner William H Conway, Jr. has announced that, as a result of action taken by the 1981 Legislature, most vehicles will now he required to be inspected only once each year beginning July 1. Passenger common cmTiers, that is motor buses with a seating capacity of more than seven persons, must be inspected twice a year. The law which requires school buses to be inspected in August, December and March remains unchanged. Wooasville- Lawn Sale to benefit Special Olympics The Ross-Wood Post 20 American Legion is spun- soring its second annual Lawn Sale July 25 beginning at 10:00 a.m. United Methodist Church The Annual Fair and Salad Supper of the United Methodist Church will be held on July 16 beginning at 3:00 p.m. Included will be a variety of tablGs with attractive gifts, candy, food, tea and white elephant. The supper at five will serve assorted salads, baked beans, rolls and hot dishes. Golden Circle The Golden Circle met on Wednesday with a good at- tendance. After eating they Silent auction held ' A comfortable day brought out 43 members of the Ammonoosuc Valley Seniors on July 15. A Silent Auction earned a tidy sum for the club, with food being very popular. The Franconia group baked tasty bars and cookies, and had "pink" punch. A 34th Wedding Anniversary card was signed for Raymond and Madeline Haynes  their date being July 20. The secretary and treasurer gave their reports; and the secretary read a note of ap- preciation from Evelyn Cote Sacey for her mother. Door prizes were won by Laura McLachlin, Isabel Clough, Bertha Thorne, Melanie Marcoux, Allan Clement, and Sylvia Casey. Today is Game Day with prizes needed. Jessie Robinson and helpers are in in Bradford charge of refreshmentS recently. The Rev. and Mrs. Arthur Cheney and family returned E. Corinth from vacation July 6 Firemen Sponsor Mr. and Mrs. Harold Parker street dance and their guests Mr. and Mrs. The fire department Walter Howe of Windsor, sponsored a street dance on Conn. were July 7 visitors at the seventeenth at St. John-the home of Mrs. Jennie sbury Trucking. Proceeds will Lafley Howe in Northfield. be used to restore the tanker. Mrs. WE. Fehrs of Armonk, N.Y.. returned to her home July 17 after spending a week with her mother, Mrs. Lawrence Jackman, at her Lake Morey summer home'. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Olsen, Matthew and Chamonix of Charleston, S.C., came July 11 to spend their vacation with his parents, Hugh and Dr. 1 M0ntebello Street Woodsville, NH 03785 603-747-2000 BI{OKER :  ,SSiR'IATES: Albine A. I,euthold  Paul Mayette 787-6270 Robert Dupuis 74%2531 List NO. 224  RENTAL INCOME: Well maintained 4 apartment house on main street -- walk to conveniences. Three 2 bedroom apartments, one 3 bedroom apartment. FHW heat -- full basement -- .6 acres. $32,000. Owner financing with $5,000 down.., at 12 per cent for I0 years or 14 per cent for 15 years. List No. 254 -- Seclusion and country life! 7 year old, 3 bedroom log home on 3% acres + or -. Large L- R, D-R combination. Full basement -- new carpeting. 30' x 30' barn is new.. wood stove, electric heat back up... pretty mountain views -- few minutes to town. $,17,500. II II II These changes do notaffect Va Hauger the expiration of the in- spectiOnvehicles. IfstickerssomeonenWhas Ona t{) Wain in A,F. 24-LOG SPLITTER. $500.00 green No. 6 inspection sticker, THETFORD--Vaughn 802-439-6264. lt--7-z2--p the vehicle must be inspected Hanger, son of Mr. and Mrs. before June 30, 1981. If Richard Hauger of Thetford someone has a yellow sticker Center, has entered the Air TOWN NURSE CLINIC with a cutout, the vehicle must Force Delayed Enlistment FAIRLEE--A town nurse be inspected again in 1981 Program according to S. Sgt clinic will be held July 28 at during the two-month period Bob Gallant, Air Force the Fairlee Town l/all from 9- indicated by the cutout and Recruiter inBarre. 11 a.m. and 12-4 p.m at W. written on the back of the Hanger, a 1981 graduate of Fairlee for glaucoma, weight sticker. Thetford tligh School, is and hypertension. Pleasure cars, trucksl scheduled to leave for basic trailers, motorcycles and training at Lackiand Air mopeds inspected after July 1, Force Base near San Antonio, RUMMAGE SALE 1981 only have to be inspected Tex., Sept. 13, STRAFFORD--A rummage once each year. Plans are for Hauger to sale will be held at the United receive technical training in Church parish hall July 24 Beth Nelson the Mechanical career field from 7-9 am. and July 25 from I 757-3429 for which transferrable 9-11 a.m. for the benefit of gathered for an afternoon of college credits will be United Church Women. cards, awarded News Brie/s The Frank Parkers were in White River Jet. on July 12 for the day. Janice LeBrun and children of New York are spending some time with her parents the Irving Placeys. Several from town attended Summerfest '81 in Bradford last week. Several from town par- ticipated in the Antique Show and Sale on July 18 for the benefit of the North Country Chorus trip to England. Ruth Nelson of Johnson State College, who was at home for her 18th birthday, visited friends and relatives in town July 12. and will it be possible to visit the Sugar Hill Museum af- terward? On August 5, it is expected the free Blood Pressure Clinic will be in the morning; and feats of magic will be presented in the afternoon, with guests invited, and all will be served cookies and punch by Doris Judd and committee. August 12 is the date to go to Whistle Stop, with vote on the menu at today's get together and finding out if we visit Sugar Hill Museum. August 19, each and everyone is requested to bring an un- trimmed box lunch, his own drink, and his chair to the Curtis Picnic Area. August 26 it is expected Game Day will be held. E. The{ford nmn enlim in A.F. E. THETFORD--Bruce Chamberlin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Chamberlin of E. Thetford, has entered the Air Force Delayed Enlistment Program, according to S Sgt. Bob Gallant, Air Force Recruiter in Barre. The 1981 graduate of Thetford Academy High School is scheduled to leave for basic training at Lackland Air Force Base near San Antonio, Tex., July 10. Plans are for Chamberlin to iu=00:l i0[ol|tot00 NOTICE OF NIAItlN6 ON ALLOWANCE OF WiLL STATE OF VlilMONT tN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF llmlft C=r Cel PROBATE COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF To the heks at law and all persom interested in the Estate of Henry Comes Codiss, late of Newbory, in said District, dKeosed; You e notified that o writtea irv strumt dated May 12, 1981, and purporting to be the Lost Will and Testament of said deceased has beeo presented to the Probate Court for the District ot 8rodford by James C. Codiss, th petitim requesting Protrude thereof. The heoring thereon has been scheded for the 18th day of August, 1981 at 11:30 a.rn. at the Probate Court, Wells River, Vermont. You me theo ond there to show ctae, irony you nt hove, why the mid iostrume' should not ,bl ollowed aS the Lost Will and ........ receive technical training in T"L*.?!t. .. .... Hilah Iuu[u., .... . .... tTnn iomoeNotJmy, ,v,. wmen =rarorrame eole 7/Z-::8/S Members will vote on two credits will beawarded. subjects: Will we raise dues in September? Which of three menus will be chosen for all; HOLDENS GENERAL STORE STOCK OF MERCHANDISE AT PUBLIC AUCTION TUESDAY, JULY 28, 1981 AT 10:00 A.M. WARREN, N.H. ON MAIN STREET We have been commissioned to sell all the inventory piece by piece in trade lots. This is only a partial listing of what you will find. Everything sells to the highest bidder. Men's boots, work shoes, snowmobile boots and packs, jackets, vests for men and boys, pants, shirts, underwear, some ladies and girls clothing, variety hardware and kitchenware, some groceries, ladies and childrens boots, shoes, slippers, large inventory of window glass, caps, work gloves, bolts and many other items too numerous to mention. TOOLS Bench grinder, drill press, electric drills, socket sets, wrench sets, vices, power saw, comealong, hammers, extension cords, vice grips, impact driver, typewriter, adding machine, cash register, shovels, sledge .00 billing charge will be added to each classified that we bill out. (HECK CATEGORY YOU WISH TO HAVE YOUR CLASSIFIED LISTED UNDER [I COLLECTOR'S ITEMS I RADIO & TV t PETS I COAL, FUEL & WOOD WANTED TO BUY LET'S SWAP i GARAGE SALES [ I ROOMS FOR RENT I I APARTMENT FOR RENT [ 1 HOUSE FOR REN1 I I HOUSE FOR SALE I * AUTOS & TRUCKS t FOR SALE I I MOBILE HOMES t i SERVICES [ WANTED ! HELP WANTED I ; MOTORCYdLES MY CLASSIFIED AD AS FOLLOWS: rl  ..._.  11 i2 13 14 , 15 16 ' 26 27-'-"--" 2"-8 " "-'-- 3---'-"- 3"' 3-'--- I 1 ...... ,:. ___ .......................................... J : il a  My QLASSIF SSIFIED AD ON ......... 1 ,'3 MY ELAS lED AD TINES. t I STATE TEL... " "|1 - , The Design a Bookmark Contest terminated July 15 with area children from grades K-12 participating. Librarian, Mrs Joy Pollender supervised this event. Win- neTs will be announced. WYKR at Burgess Farm July l 1 Gene Puffer and Gerry Brooks covered the activities at the Burgess Farm in Bradford on July It They interviewed Mr. Burgess and his wife as well as a variety of other people, including: SBA Center Gordon Farr, County Agricultoral Agent; Bob Stimpson of the Orange naln( two county Farm Bureau; Stuart new directors Leete: Huck Gardner, Feed and Garden Salesman of MONTPELIER--Tbe Small Agway; David Hastings of Business Development Center Corinth. of Vermont. Inc.. has ap- There were a variety of pointed two new members to farm related displays and its board of directors. questions of guests were answered. The Burgess Farm has 110 head of guernseys and 30 of holstein. Tee shirts were given away to visitors who could answer questions pertaining to farm products or machinery. Free milk products were given away throughout the day. Wells River Congregational Church A Lasagna Supper was held at the Wells River Congregational Church July 18 with a good attendance. The Community Health Services held a hypertension clinic at the church on the 15th. Robert lde, vice president of E.T & H.K. lde Co. of St. Johnsbury and Fairlee, brings with him several years of experience as vice president of a major feed dealer in the state. A graduate of the University of Vermont he was also a delegate to the White House conference on Small Business last year Jim Howard is president of Country Business Services, whose headquarters is located m Brattleboro. In addition to a branch office in Burlington there are five other branches in New England. News Briefs Edward Elmendorf, ex- Ted Parker and children of president of Johnson State Taunton, Mass called on his College, resigned his position sister and family, the William to join the Department of Nelsons. Education in .Washington, Several attended the D.C. , Stella Knapp 439-5762 Newbury was the guest minister at the E. Corinth church July 12 when the Rev. White and family were away. One hundred and sixteen vendors set out their wares at the 12th annual Flea Market July 9 at the E. Corinth Fairgrounds. This was sponsored by the Valley Health Center Auxiliary. In spite of the unusual high temperature many people came to observe and buy. Frances Olsen. Elmer {Buster) Flanders is a patient at the Central Vermont Hospital following a stroke July 10. Mrs. Fianders visits him daily and reports that he is responding to treatment. Mrs. Dorothy Jackman) Neal of Bullhead City, Ariz., arrived July l0 to visit her cousin. Mrs. Lawrence Jack- man. and friends in this area. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Huntington Jr.. David and Sara and his sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Randy Ricker and Dustin. were in Boston, Mass.. last weekend. While there they visited the Haymarket and Quincey Markets and the Science Museum. Miss Natalie Tenney of Keene. N.H., Was a weekend guest of her cousin. Mrs. Scott Knapp. Both were supper guests Saturday of another cousin and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Knapp. The Rev. John Marsh of W. , Corinth (continued from page 7) Seidel of Amesbury, Mass. have returned to their homes after visiting Peter and Holly Crawford for a few days. Patricia Rollins of Belcher{own, Mass., visited her mother Ruth Elie last week She is an employee of the Belchertown State School. She was here during the Massachusetts State worker's strike She is a former Taplin Hill resident. Natalie Sumner ac- companied Kent and Gaff Ancliff to New York City this past week end. Natalie is studying to be a veterinarian assistant, therefore, she was delighted to be able to visit a grooming school for dogs. other highlights of the weekend was visiting the Metropolitan Museum and the Empire State Building. hammers, rope, paint brushes, hack saw blades, electric impact wrench, and many other items too numerous to mention. POSITIVE SALE, TERMS CASH Sales by order of the owner, Mrs. Holden under management of Barber Sales inc., Lebanon, N. H. 448-336@. Inspection morning of sale. AUCTIONEERS: J.W. BAR- BER  LARRY GRAY  JOHN BALL. LIC. NO. N.H. 2103-- VT. 2044-- ME. 00115. I I I AUCTION At our farm, located on Monroe Road, IV2 miles north of the Woedsville, N.H. covered bridge on Route 135. Watch for Auction signs. WEDNESDAY NIGHT JULY 29 STARTING AT 7 P.M. 30 HEAD REGISTERED JERSEYS "Consisting of: 5 just fresh, 1 due Sept., 2 due Nov., 3 due Dec., 3 due Jan., 4 of these are Ist calf heifers. 7 yearlings & started calves. This is a real nice herd of Jerseys This herd is Eastern bred with some of the best sires, such as Shadewell Fascinator, MLF Secret Soldier, Starn General, EHV Silver Vermonter. MILKING EQUIPMENT 300 gal. Cherry Burrell bulk tank, 3 Surge milkers, Deiaval No. 74 milker pump, S.S. pails & strainers, new set of clippers, Dearborn gas heater, elec. fan, milk scale, 3 H.P. gas engine, 1/4" galvanized vac. line w- stall cocks, trainers, plastic trays, cow kicker, rubber pails, fencers, 2 round outside feeders, etc TERMS CASH OR GOOD CHECK CATALOGS AT RINGSIDE OWNERS: DONALD & MARYANN VOGT WOODSVILLE, N.H. AUCTIONEERS: C.W. GRAY & SONS, INC. EAST THETFORD, VT, 802-785-4348 or 785-2181 N.H. LICENSE NO. 2140 R. & D. LUSSIER, LYNDONVILLE, VT. 626-5448 II