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Page 6A-The Second Opinion-July 22, 1981 or another. For Rent in#laded. Prtvste baIern, and eleeel. All ;av'es sad furmHi'e provhk, d ill this newly i re, lacerated ceadhtl'ble living area tha nlmt be xeen to be alliiprlat, !Wall.to-wail enrpet has been lnsl=lled. Idell for rellred people. Very reasonable rate. Cnte now a it will soon be rented... CONTACT Ill)VEY RIIi)I4 IN WI)ODSVII,I.E. - I I  Ill - FOR RENT- BRADFORD -- One bedroom apartment, wall to wall carpeting, all utilities iriilldI furnished. No children, no pets, one month security COI.EBROOK AREA-- 5 to20 NORTlt HAVERHILL-- deposit and references acre lots. $6,50o up. As low as Recently remodeled, one required. 802-222-9366. if--s- $t() downl $80 per month to bedroom apartment. Clean, z4---c carpeted, energy efficient owner 6o:-2-5:mo. t-- appliances, steam heat. ['7-P ......................... Laundramat for tenants. $40. tlOUSE FOR RENT-- ill)USE FOR SALE Double per week. Blackmount Attractive furnished country tenement house. 2 tmrns, to apartments 603-787-6762. house on town rnad. Available acres land. $28.000. Must sell. st--9.9--c Sept. thru May. Lease, Ilall's Lake, Newbury, Vt. 603- 353-4848. 8L9-Zp APARTMENT FOR RENT--- security deposit, references .................... Woodsville, 5 rooms, 2nd floor, required. Tel. 802-584-3316. heat, hot water, parking, 3t--7.zg---c separate entrance. Adults preferred. 603-747-2437 I,ISBON i,iQUOR STOR: a g!.m_e. 5T--8-5---pd location available tor lease August 25th (?all 1402-748. 8150. 4150 square t'et, tf--7. 15c THOMAS REALTYTNc. ',CA RMS-HO USES-A CREA GE Newbury, Vermont (802) 866-5961 R 78 acres, Both. NH, $49,500; has tillage and woods; almost 1 mile iver and rood frontage; terms from owner NO. 4731- 2.33 acres. West Both, NH, $',900; 9ood for year.round or recreation home, NO. 4265-- House on 20 acres, Ryegote, $45,000; almost dead-end road; -w'o'oded acreage; secluded; excellent gambrel*style house almost new, u 105 acres, Wright's Mt., Bradford, $63,000; one of the most tiful parcels of land in VT. 0. 429211-- 10.7 acres, Vershire, Vt., near Judgement Ridge, $7,500. ed, views, town road, No. 4294 -- One acre. Newbury $3,000; good secluded building site. NO. 4312 --Mobile home on small Ill Newbury, $23,500, NO. 4316-- Wells River. This beautifully maintained i839 home has B rooms and 'ocated on o very nice lot. There ore two baths, 2 zone, hot water baseboard heat and o 2 car garage. It is well insulated, has nice porches and a good garden spot, Taxes are approximately $800.00 per year Price $45,000 00 NO. 4317 -- Newbury. New, custom crafted, white cedar, log home Four rooms, "--------'Eondable to six, with full basement and well nsulated. Beautiful kitchen with spacious custom-built cabinets, lovely living area with custom-made chandelier. This well-built home has a wood-gas com- binarion heating system for tow heat bill and is situated on 2 beautiful acres. Drive out today and see this lovely home I mile from route 302 an Scotch Hollow Road, Price $4,900.00. NO. 4331 - 3 5 acre build ng site, Newbury $8,900; a pleasant s/tuatlon; brook; open welt at.2 septic system; cellar hole, Good for house or mobile home. and iewestment, but at present not good for year-round living; owner will f/nonce. NO, 4556 - Ryegafe = To for the price of one -- New, nice 2-family home on pretty ! -----'T. $44,ee. NO. 4340- Neat retirement home on 2 beautiful acres on Goshen Road in = Bradford, $30,000, PI JBLIC NOTICE Restored old Cape with 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, living room, den, dining room, and cabineted country kitchen with fine details. The house and its 50 acres are offered exclusively at $89,000. West Corinth-- 10.6 acres of rolling, open meadowland with beautiful views of the surrounding area. Town gravel road frontage -- property may be subdivided once. Nice brook through property. $11,500. RICHARDSON ASSOCIATES INCORPORATED m 802-222-4043 1.13 760D--Corinth -- 115 acres w-views, privacy, open fields, sugar maples, lumber, brooks. $38,000. 759D--Bradford -- 2 story Cape home w-3 bdrms., kitchen & dining combination, new cellar w-new furnace and walkout door. Secluded on 5 acres. $39,000. 766D--Bradford -- Newly renovated Cape on village lot w-3 bdrms., wall to wall carpeting, hardwood floors, easy to heat, FHA approved. Excellent buy at $43,500. 743D--Bradford -- Privately located 3 bdrm. Ranch home w-l:/z baths, sliding glass door to patio area, oil hot water beat, town water, FHA 747D--Newbury -- Perfect vacation or year-round home. Completely winterized & ready to move into. Family room in basement. Ideal starter home. $30,000. O'Brien Realty of Bradford JCT. 5 & 25 BRADFORD, VERMONT 05033 TEL: 222-4703 I No Hoed to Rush Over...! I USE THIS BANDY WANT AD DO-IT-YOURSELF KIT! To place your Ad... To find your Ad.. Just pick the classification from this d,re, lory (rod moil your Classified Ad with yaw check for the proper amount to: JOURNAt OPINION P.O. Box 378 Bradford, Vermont 05033 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES $3 O0 for 20 words per week 10  ,nv h)r each oddilionol word over 20 $1 00 h.r each additional week ad is to run (up to 8 weeks) A $1,00 billing charge will be added to each classified that we bill out. PLEASE CHECK CATEGORY YOU WISH TO HAVE YOUR CLASSIFIED LISTED UNDER ABSOLUTELY FREE LOST & FOUND PERSONAI.S ( AR POOLS ANNOUNCEMENTS INSII,!  lION BUSIr ,! ,.,b C)PPORTUNITIES SITUA7 i( *t.S WANTED BOATS & ACCESSORIES PLEASE EN/ER MY CLASSIFIED AD AS FOLLOWS. 1 2 3 4 5 ,6 7 8 9 l0 71 12 13 14 15 ]6 i t7 18 i9 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 3] 38 Fv 40 AVAIl.ABLE FOR IM- MEI)IATE occupancy. A one a;,I a two bedroom apart- nlent. Both with bath, wall to wall carpeting, kitchen ap plmnces. Ileal, lights, hot aler. gas, and rubbish remowd included in rent. Security deposit required. No children or pets in this well managed building. Mr. ;ardner Apts.. 43 Central St., %oodsville. N.H. Tel. 787-6280 or 7a7-63.%.- Edward C. Patten. lit-(" START MY CLASSIFIED AD ON RUN MY CLASSIFIED AD _ TIMES. MY CHECK IN THE AMOUNT OF $ ENCLOSED. NAME ADDRESS TOWN STATE TEL. DORIS R. COl,TON REAl, ESTATE East Thefford. Vt. 05043 Telephone (802)333-4644 Richard (Dick) DeGoosh 333-9623 Mike O'Donnel1333-9620 MARTHA H. DAVIES REAL ESTATE At Thetford Pharmacy East Tbetford, Vt, 05043 ( 802 ) 785-2849 Member Vt.-N.H. MLS BITS OF INFORMAIION Nearly three out of four passenger cars bought for personal driving are second- hand. Family connections newsletter qffered Sign up now for the Family Connections Newsletter. Divorce, runaway teenagers, money pressures, are not uncommon facts in a time of great stress, a time that is hard on families. The "Family Connections" Newsletter series has been developed by the University of Vermont Extension Service to help families assess their own * Oral histories particular areas of strength, included six common T h i s c o n t e m p o r a r y characteristics -- expressing newsletter series is research appreciation, spending time based. Family researchers, together, communication, the recently looked at some of the spiritual dimension, cam- families that seem to be mitment and dealing with coping and asked "What crises. common qualities or Stress researchers say that characterislics do they have families who know their that help them cope and strengths are better able to remain strong?" withstand the stresses that The answer they discovered most families face at one time The Caledonia Extension Service asked to pilot the Connections" series families. Each family would be activity sheet and a fact on a regular basis July and August. completion of the free each family will be complete an evaluation. To sign up, please the Extension Office 8177. Smithsonian News Service Photo courtesy Archives of American Art, Cleve Gray Papers (continued from page IA) -- Postpone food or drinks work and interests, until after the interview -- Compile a fairly detailed because the sounds can make chronology of the person's life later listening and tran- to give the interview a logical scribing difficult. sense of direction; include -- Keep in mind that longer biographical data, names of interviews are more rewar- friends and topics to be cling than short ones; rest discussed within that periods between taping framework, sessions will give the subject -- Avoid the beginner's time to recall long-ago events, tendency to concentrate on the relationships and other next question rather than aspects of life that will enrich listening to what is being said, the oral history interview. a possible lead to good follow- up questions. -- Conduct the interview BITSOF about the presence of the INFORMATION subject's family or friends Leonardo Da Vinci is who may insist on answering Ixdieved to have invented the for the subject, scissors. i it i iiiii ,,,= WE'LL FIND THE , RIGHT BUYER FOR YOUR REAL ESTATE. FAST! UNITEDrs nationwide marketing system can locate a qualified buyer for any type of propertyanywhere in the shortest possible time. And you can trust UNITED's five and a half decades of experience to assure your complete satisfaction. Call or come in today for a discus- sion of your specific real estate needs --- at no obligation of course. PETER W. HAUBRICH Broker UNITED FARM AGENCY, INC. P,O. Box 177 PLAINFIELD, N.H. 03781 603/675-5495 Office eft S Rt. 12A, one mile south of village of Plainfield UNITED FARM means REAL ESTATE PROPOSED STATE REGULATIONS EXPLANATION FOR CITIZENS By law, every proposed regulation must be in an abbreviated notice form on a weekly selected newspapers in the state. The purpose of publishing these regulations is to you a chance to respond, orally or in writin, says the agency must hold a public hearing on a regulation if 25 persons or an association having 25 members requests it in writing. To get a copy of o rule or make suggestions to agency call or write the contact person listed each regulation. You con also make comments Legislative Committee which reviews contacting the Committee on Administrative Rules, House, Montpelier, VI" 05602 (telephone: 828-2231) may also write to the Secretary of State, Pavilion Building, Montpelier, VT 05602, or call toll free at 1-800-642-5t55. DRUG ABUSE REGULATIONS Vermont Proposed Rule 81-P56 AGENCY: Heahh Department FOR FURTHER INFORNATION CONTACT: Golovin, State Health Department, 60 Main Burlington, VT 05401. Phone: 862-5701. OTTER CREEK WASTELOAD ALLOCATION Vermont Proposed Rule 81 -P57 AGENCY: Environmental Conservation .FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Willord or John Van Benschoten, Vt. De Water Resources & Environmental En, Montpelier, VT 05602. Phone: 828-2761. CAPTIVE INSURANCE FINANCIAL REGULATION Vermont Proposed Rule 81-P58 AGENCY: Banking and Insurance FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Meehan, Chief insurance Examiner, Dept. and Insurance, 120 State Street, Montpelier, Phone: 828-3301. ,Comptroller of the Currency Administrator of National Banks 'REPORT OF CONDITION OF ! Bradford  fee Bradford NationaLBank  Ii ffz/e"v.A:mnl m--of Vermont .the--ofI,ineoI IP(I::] Statement 4 Rors and Lmts ICa sh and due from Nqotory inshtutio.$ ................................................ fU  U S. Tr.suy--s .............................................................. !i Obliggios of other U. S. Governmmt  and COepOrIUO .......................... in  Urted Smlea ......................................................... E*Oi All Other secunti ................................................................. LOnS, Total (exclur unearned inon.,) ..................... I" 17o 0 4 2 Less: owanos fo posble  Ioaaes ....................... [ 14 S Loans. N ........................................................................ [ Lease tinanng rvtea ........................................................... J. Real estate owned other than bank premises .......................................... J. TOTAL ASSETS ..................................................................... L Some  oo ............................................................ -]L o ,., and .,., .......................................................... --=sli, = of --- o.pr, o, u.. s,e.= Go=m, ............................................... [ tzoo ' o=o=t= at s,et= end pea=r= eu=*vi.o.a 'n -.- L.t to ........... It r t] TI ti  v s ............................ fl 20r164 L Federal nda purctsed end secunties sold u.w agreements m mpctea, Inllreal-bler'  nolea (e 51dlni) iesu 1o  U. S. Ttollury lad ot Iities foe borrowed money .................................................... lel  end all lor oodelized tusee ............................ Ag ame' .............................................................. TOTAL LIABLITIES (o.ludir eubornated nolea end tur) ................ Preferred STOCK NO, shereS oulstandilg [ None ] .... (par value) Common stock NO. shares authorized I ..... '2 5  0 0.0 ,, ] NO shares oulslandng / 2 5 r 0 Q 0 (par value) Surplus ..... Undivaded otits and reserve far contmgenoes and other captal reserves ................ TOTAL EQUITY CAPITAL ...................................................... TOTAL LIABILITIES ANO EQUITY CAPITAL ......................................... Amounts outstanmng as Of report dale: Slandby letters of credd, total ............................................. Time cer%ficates of deposit ,n denomlnattarts of $100,000 or more ....... Other tme deposlls m amounts Ot $100,000 or more ............................ Average for 30 calendar days (or calendar moh) ending with repot1 date: Total deposds ....................................................... Inf 653, I I:en exarmrml by us. end tott ba of our know and J he,of is true and correct. / I, William K. Report of Condition is true my knowledge and belief. Page 6A-The Second Opinion-July 22, 1981 or another. For Rent in#laded. Prtvste baIern, and eleeel. All ;av'es sad furmHi'e provhk, d ill this newly i re, lacerated ceadhtl'ble living area tha nlmt be xeen to be alliiprlat, !Wall.to-wail enrpet has been lnsl=lled. Idell for rellred people. Very reasonable rate. Cnte now a it will soon be rented... CONTACT Ill)VEY RIIi)I4 IN WI)ODSVII,I.E. - I I  Ill - FOR RENT- BRADFORD -- One bedroom apartment, wall to wall carpeting, all utilities iriilldI furnished. No children, no pets, one month security COI.EBROOK AREA-- 5 to20 NORTlt HAVERHILL-- deposit and references acre lots. $6,50o up. As low as Recently remodeled, one required. 802-222-9366. if--s- $t() downl $80 per month to bedroom apartment. Clean, z4---c carpeted, energy efficient owner 6o:-2-5:mo. t-- appliances, steam heat. ['7-P ......................... Laundramat for tenants. $40. tlOUSE FOR RENT-- ill)USE FOR SALE Double per week. Blackmount Attractive furnished country tenement house. 2 tmrns, to apartments 603-787-6762. house on town rnad. Available acres land. $28.000. Must sell. st--9.9--c Sept. thru May. Lease, Ilall's Lake, Newbury, Vt. 603- 353-4848. 8L9-Zp APARTMENT FOR RENT--- security deposit, references .................... Woodsville, 5 rooms, 2nd floor, required. Tel. 802-584-3316. heat, hot water, parking, 3t--7.zg---c separate entrance. Adults preferred. 603-747-2437 I,ISBON i,iQUOR STOR: a g!.m_e. 5T--8-5---pd location available tor lease August 25th (?all 1402-748. 8150. 4150 square t'et, tf--7. 15c THOMAS REALTYTNc. ',CA RMS-HO USES-A CREA GE Newbury, Vermont (802) 866-5961 R 78 acres, Both. NH, $49,500; has tillage and woods; almost 1 mile iver and rood frontage; terms from owner NO. 4731- 2.33 acres. West Both, NH, $',900; 9ood for year.round or recreation home, NO. 4265-- House on 20 acres, Ryegote, $45,000; almost dead-end road; -w'o'oded acreage; secluded; excellent gambrel*style house almost new, u 105 acres, Wright's Mt., Bradford, $63,000; one of the most tiful parcels of land in VT. 0. 429211-- 10.7 acres, Vershire, Vt., near Judgement Ridge, $7,500. ed, views, town road, No. 4294 -- One acre. Newbury $3,000; good secluded building site. NO. 4312 --Mobile home on small Ill Newbury, $23,500, NO. 4316-- Wells River. This beautifully maintained i839 home has B rooms and 'ocated on o very nice lot. There ore two baths, 2 zone, hot water baseboard heat and o 2 car garage. It is well insulated, has nice porches and a good garden spot, Taxes are approximately $800.00 per year Price $45,000 00 NO. 4317 -- Newbury. New, custom crafted, white cedar, log home Four rooms, "--------'Eondable to six, with full basement and well nsulated. Beautiful kitchen with spacious custom-built cabinets, lovely living area with custom-made chandelier. This well-built home has a wood-gas com- binarion heating system for tow heat bill and is situated on 2 beautiful acres. Drive out today and see this lovely home I mile from route 302 an Scotch Hollow Road, Price $4,900.00. NO. 4331 - 3 5 acre build ng site, Newbury $8,900; a pleasant s/tuatlon; brook; open welt at.2 septic system; cellar hole, Good for house or mobile home. and iewestment, but at present not good for year-round living; owner will f/nonce. NO, 4556 - Ryegafe = To for the price of one -- New, nice 2-family home on pretty ! -----'T. $44,ee. NO. 4340- Neat retirement home on 2 beautiful acres on Goshen Road in = Bradford, $30,000, PI JBLIC NOTICE Restored old Cape with 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, living room, den, dining room, and cabineted country kitchen with fine details. The house and its 50 acres are offered exclusively at $89,000. West Corinth-- 10.6 acres of rolling, open meadowland with beautiful views of the surrounding area. Town gravel road frontage -- property may be subdivided once. Nice brook through property. $11,500. RICHARDSON ASSOCIATES INCORPORATED m 802-222-4043 1.13 760D--Corinth -- 115 acres w-views, privacy, open fields, sugar maples, lumber, brooks. $38,000. 759D--Bradford -- 2 story Cape home w-3 bdrms., kitchen & dining combination, new cellar w-new furnace and walkout door. Secluded on 5 acres. $39,000. 766D--Bradford -- Newly renovated Cape on village lot w-3 bdrms., wall to wall carpeting, hardwood floors, easy to heat, FHA approved. Excellent buy at $43,500. 743D--Bradford -- Privately located 3 bdrm. Ranch home w-l:/z baths, sliding glass door to patio area, oil hot water beat, town water, FHA 747D--Newbury -- Perfect vacation or year-round home. Completely winterized & ready to move into. Family room in basement. Ideal starter home. $30,000. O'Brien Realty of Bradford JCT. 5 & 25 BRADFORD, VERMONT 05033 TEL: 222-4703 I No Hoed to Rush Over...! I USE THIS BANDY WANT AD DO-IT-YOURSELF KIT! To place your Ad... To find your Ad.. Just pick the classification from this d,re, lory (rod moil your Classified Ad with yaw check for the proper amount to: JOURNAt OPINION P.O. Box 378 Bradford, Vermont 05033 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES $3 O0 for 20 words per week 10  ,nv h)r each oddilionol word over 20 $1 00 h.r each additional week ad is to run (up to 8 weeks) A $1,00 billing charge will be added to each classified that we bill out. PLEASE CHECK CATEGORY YOU WISH TO HAVE YOUR CLASSIFIED LISTED UNDER ABSOLUTELY FREE LOST & FOUND PERSONAI.S ( AR POOLS ANNOUNCEMENTS INSII,!  lION BUSIr ,! ,.,b C)PPORTUNITIES SITUA7 i( *t.S WANTED BOATS & ACCESSORIES PLEASE EN/ER MY CLASSIFIED AD AS FOLLOWS. 1 2 3 4 5 ,6 7 8 9 l0 71 12 13 14 15 ]6 i t7 18 i9 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 3] 38 Fv 40 AVAIl.ABLE FOR IM- MEI)IATE occupancy. A one a;,I a two bedroom apart- nlent. Both with bath, wall to wall carpeting, kitchen ap plmnces. Ileal, lights, hot aler. gas, and rubbish remowd included in rent. Security deposit required. No children or pets in this well managed building. Mr. ;ardner Apts.. 43 Central St., %oodsville. N.H. Tel. 787-6280 or 7a7-63.%.- Edward C. Patten. lit-(" START MY CLASSIFIED AD ON RUN MY CLASSIFIED AD _ TIMES. MY CHECK IN THE AMOUNT OF $ ENCLOSED. NAME ADDRESS TOWN STATE TEL. DORIS R. COl,TON REAl, ESTATE East Thefford. Vt. 05043 Telephone (802)333-4644 Richard (Dick) DeGoosh 333-9623 Mike O'Donnel1333-9620 MARTHA H. DAVIES REAL ESTATE At Thetford Pharmacy East Tbetford, Vt, 05043 ( 802 ) 785-2849 Member Vt.-N.H. MLS BITS OF INFORMAIION Nearly three out of four passenger cars bought for personal driving are second- hand. Family connections newsletter qffered Sign up now for the Family Connections Newsletter. Divorce, runaway teenagers, money pressures, are not uncommon facts in a time of great stress, a time that is hard on families. The "Family Connections" Newsletter series has been developed by the University of Vermont Extension Service to help families assess their own * Oral histories particular areas of strength, included six common T h i s c o n t e m p o r a r y characteristics -- expressing newsletter series is research appreciation, spending time based. Family researchers, together, communication, the recently looked at some of the spiritual dimension, cam- families that seem to be mitment and dealing with coping and asked "What crises. common qualities or Stress researchers say that characterislics do they have families who know their that help them cope and strengths are better able to remain strong?" withstand the stresses that The answer they discovered most families face at one time The Caledonia Extension Service asked to pilot the Connections" series families. Each family would be activity sheet and a fact on a regular basis July and August. completion of the free each family will be complete an evaluation. To sign up, please the Extension Office 8177. Smithsonian News Service Photo courtesy Archives of American Art, Cleve Gray Papers (continued from page IA) -- Postpone food or drinks work and interests, until after the interview -- Compile a fairly detailed because the sounds can make chronology of the person's life later listening and tran- to give the interview a logical scribing difficult. sense of direction; include -- Keep in mind that longer biographical data, names of interviews are more rewar- friends and topics to be cling than short ones; rest discussed within that periods between taping framework, sessions will give the subject -- Avoid the beginner's time to recall long-ago events, tendency to concentrate on the relationships and other next question rather than aspects of life that will enrich listening to what is being said, the oral history interview. a possible lead to good follow- up questions. -- Conduct the interview BITSOF about the presence of the INFORMATION subject's family or friends Leonardo Da Vinci is who may insist on answering Ixdieved to have invented the for the subject, scissors. i it i iiiii ,,,= WE'LL FIND THE , RIGHT BUYER FOR YOUR REAL ESTATE. FAST! UNITEDrs nationwide marketing system can locate a qualified buyer for any type of propertyanywhere in the shortest possible time. And you can trust UNITED's five and a half decades of experience to assure your complete satisfaction. Call or come in today for a discus- sion of your specific real estate needs --- at no obligation of course. PETER W. HAUBRICH Broker UNITED FARM AGENCY, INC. P,O. Box 177 PLAINFIELD, N.H. 03781 603/675-5495 Office eft S Rt. 12A, one mile south of village of Plainfield UNITED FARM means REAL ESTATE PROPOSED STATE REGULATIONS EXPLANATION FOR CITIZENS By law, every proposed regulation must be in an abbreviated notice form on a weekly selected newspapers in the state. The purpose of publishing these regulations is to you a chance to respond, orally or in writin, says the agency must hold a public hearing on a regulation if 25 persons or an association having 25 members requests it in writing. To get a copy of o rule or make suggestions to agency call or write the contact person listed each regulation. You con also make comments Legislative Committee which reviews contacting the Committee on Administrative Rules, House, Montpelier, VI" 05602 (telephone: 828-2231) may also write to the Secretary of State, Pavilion Building, Montpelier, VT 05602, or call toll free at 1-800-642-5t55. DRUG ABUSE REGULATIONS Vermont Proposed Rule 81-P56 AGENCY: Heahh Department FOR FURTHER INFORNATION CONTACT: Golovin, State Health Department, 60 Main Burlington, VT 05401. Phone: 862-5701. OTTER CREEK WASTELOAD ALLOCATION Vermont Proposed Rule 81 -P57 AGENCY: Environmental Conservation .FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Willord or John Van Benschoten, Vt. De Water Resources & Environmental En, Montpelier, VT 05602. Phone: 828-2761. CAPTIVE INSURANCE FINANCIAL REGULATION Vermont Proposed Rule 81-P58 AGENCY: Banking and Insurance FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Meehan, Chief insurance Examiner, Dept. and Insurance, 120 State Street, Montpelier, Phone: 828-3301. ,Comptroller of the Currency Administrator of National Banks 'REPORT OF CONDITION OF ! Bradford  fee Bradford NationaLBank  Ii ffz/e"v.A:mnl m--of Vermont .the--ofI,ineoI IP(I::] Statement 4 Rors and Lmts ICa sh and due from Nqotory inshtutio.$ ................................................ fU  U S. Tr.suy--s .............................................................. !i Obliggios of other U. S. Governmmt  and COepOrIUO .......................... in  Urted Smlea ......................................................... E*Oi All Other secunti ................................................................. LOnS, Total (exclur unearned inon.,) ..................... I" 17o 0 4 2 Less: owanos fo posble  Ioaaes ....................... [ 14 S Loans. N ........................................................................ [ Lease tinanng rvtea ........................................................... J. Real estate owned other than bank premises .......................................... J. TOTAL ASSETS ..................................................................... L Some  oo ............................................................ -]L o ,., and .,., .......................................................... --=sli, = of --- o.pr, o, u.. s,e.= Go=m, ............................................... [ tzoo ' o=o=t= at s,et= end pea=r= eu=*vi.o.a 'n -.- L.t to ........... It r t] TI ti  v s ............................ fl 20r164 L Federal nda purctsed end secunties sold u.w agreements m mpctea, Inllreal-bler'  nolea (e 51dlni) iesu 1o  U. S. Ttollury lad ot Iities foe borrowed money .................................................... lel  end all lor oodelized tusee ............................ Ag ame' .............................................................. TOTAL LIABLITIES (o.ludir eubornated nolea end tur) ................ Preferred STOCK NO, shereS oulstandilg [ None ] .... (par value) Common stock NO. shares authorized I ..... '2 5  0 0.0 ,, ] NO shares oulslandng / 2 5 r 0 Q 0 (par value) Surplus ..... Undivaded otits and reserve far contmgenoes and other captal reserves ................ TOTAL EQUITY CAPITAL ...................................................... TOTAL LIABILITIES ANO EQUITY CAPITAL ......................................... Amounts outstanmng as Of report dale: Slandby letters of credd, total ............................................. Time cer%ficates of deposit ,n denomlnattarts of $100,000 or more ....... Other tme deposlls m amounts Ot $100,000 or more ............................ Average for 30 calendar days (or calendar moh) ending with repot1 date: Total deposds ....................................................... Inf 653, I I:en exarmrml by us. end tott ba of our know and J he,of is true and correct. / I, William K. Report of Condition is true my knowledge and belief.