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; July 22, 1981-The Second Opinion-Page 7A PUBLIC NOTICE ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS TOWN OF LITTLETON WASTEWATER TREATMENT FACILITIES LITTLETON, NEW HAMPSHIRE Bids for Septage Facilities add Headworks, New Hampshire, Contract Number l will be at the Office of Board of Selectmen, Town 2 Union Street, Little/an, New Hampshire, until August 4, 1981. this time will not be accepted. Bids ,,ned and read aloud at the Office of Town Hall, 2 Union St., Littleton, ( tbct Documents may be examined at the following Ums: FOR SALE men !Hall New Hampshire 03561 (603) 444-3996 gineers, Inc. New Hampshire 03301 (603) 228-1334 i: Mr. Woodbury P. Fogg, P.E. General Contractors &apos; Road New Hampshire 03301 New Hampshire 03100 Data Corp. MA 03138 of Contract Documents may be obtained at the Environmental Engineers, located at the payment of $,50.60 deposit for each deposit will be returned to Bidders. Non- will recei'e 50 percent of their deposit upon within ten days of the Bid opening, of each set Documents in good condition. No partial be issued. Requests for mailing of contract and drawings shall include an additional, $10.00 postage and handling charge. to Environmental Engineers, Inc. be held on July 21, 1981 at 2:00 standard time, at the Town Hall, New Hampshire. reserves the right to waive any in- to reject any or all bids. with his Bid, security in the , form and subject to the conditions provided in FOR BIDDERS. Bid security in the amount of 10 percent of the total Bid of bidders is particularly directed to the as to conditions of employment to be minimum wage rates to be paid under or contracts awarded under this for Bids are expected to be funded in from the United States Environmental Agency. Neither the United States nor any or will be a Advertisement for Bids or any resulting This procurement will be subject to contained in 40 CFR 35.936, 35.958 and Will be required to comply with the President's Order No. 11246 and amendments or sup- to that Executive Order. The requirements and Contractors under this order are ex- !NFORMATION FOR BIDDERS. OF REQUIREMENT FOR AFFIRMATIVE TO ENSURE EQUAL EMPLOYMENT EXECUTIVE ORDER 11246. or Bidder's attention is called to the ' Clause" and the "Standard Equal Employment Opportunity Contract Specifications" set forth g0als and timetables for minority and female ] I t I You can tell food [ ause it smells t's your clue to 1 Poisoning. | "rms' Sometimes y that ca. g often done i taste, odor or itT food. To help ..[ t to watch out '1," bepartment of  t:rviPod Quality Jl ice has a new  [.YOUr free copy of ,'T:.[tY '' write to IL Information ,:. 653J, Pueblo, reparation !IPl 1 care. If you  ird the day n to cook ['g in a separait  ;.f:pti.. refrigerator. j_.,irted. Right .', stuff the bird vft to allow the fft:. Refrigerate L nd stuffing in t within two for canned i|rs that leak, SeVerely dented  n't buy or use Cracked or have  lids Don t   that has a   any food that to  iln the can is i_ foods could , a rare but f, toxin. Home-  improperly ' ost incidents AUCTION J rare spoiled food of botulism. So, if you can your own vegetables, meat or poultry, always use a pressure canner. A boiling water bath, an oven, a steamer, or an open kettle . will not heat Idw-acid foods enough to kill the bacteria that cause botulism. Always follow canning directions carefully, and take each step in order. Do not take shortcuts. Make sure your equipment,s in good working order. And what can you do when your freezer fails? If your freezer will be fixed within two days or if the power will go back on within that period of time, you'll probably be able to save your stored food. Keep the freezer door closed---don't keep opening and closing it to check on the food. A fully loaded freezer will keep food frozen for 2 days. A half-full freezer will only keep food cold for a day. And, meats that still contain ice crystals or have been main- tained at 5 degrees Celsius (40 degrees Fahrenheit) for less than 2 days may he safely refrozen. Some quality may be lost, but the product is still edible. But, throw out any food that has an unusual color or odor. Never refreeze ice cream because it could be con- taminated. If it locks like your freezer will be off for more than two days, use dry ice. Place 25 pounds of dry ice in the freezer soon after the power goes off. A half-full freezer should stay participation, expressed in percentage terms for the Contractor's aggregate workforce in each trade on all construction work in the covered area, are as follows: Timetables Goals for minority Goals for female participation for participation in each trade each trade Insert goals for Insert goals for each year each year 4-1-78--3-31-79 Not Applicable 3.1 4-1-79--3-31-60 for N.H. 5.0 4-I-80---3-31-81 0.8 6.9 These goals are applicable to all the Contractor's construction work (whether or not it is Federal or federally assisted) performed in the covered area. If the Contractor performs construction work in a geographical area located outside of the covered area, it shall apply the goals established for such geographical area where the work is actually performed. With regard to this second area, the Contractor is also subject to the goals for both its federally involved and non-federally involved construction. The Contractor's compliance with the Executive Order and the regulations in 41 CFR Part 60-4 shall be based on its implementation of the Equal Opportunity Clause specific affirmative action obligations required by the specifications set forth in 41 CFR 60.4.3(a), and its efforts to meet the goals established for the geographical area where the contract resulting from this solicitation is to he performed. The hours of minority and female employment and training must be substantially uniform throughout the length of the contract, and in each trade, and the contractor shall make a good faith effort to employ female minorities and women employees or trainees from Contractor to Contractor or from project to project for the sole purpose of meeting the Contractor's goals shall be a violation of the contract, the Executive Order and the regulations in 41 CFR Part 60-4. Com- pliance with the goals will be measured against the total work hours performed. 3. The Contractor shall provide written notification to the Director of the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs within 10 working days of award of any construction subcontract in excess of $10,000 at any tier for construction work under the contract resulting from this solicitation. The notification shall list the name, address and telephone number of the sub- contractor, employer identification number; estimated dollar amount of the subcontract; estimated starting and completion dates of the subcontract; and the geographical area in which the contract is to be performed. 4. As used in this Notice, and in the contract resulting from this solicitation, the "covered area" is Littleton, Grafton County, New Hampshire UTILIZATION OF MINORITY BUSINESS EN- TeRPRISe8 (MBE,s) , = Bidders on this work are required to comply with the United States Environmental Protection Agency's Region I policy on the increased utilization of MBE's which establishes a regional goal to commit to MBE 4 to 11 percent of the total dollar amount of construction contracts. The requirements for bidders and con- tractors covered by this policy are explained in the Instructions to Bidders. Prospective Bidders will be required to file a BID- DER's INFORMATION FORM, a copy of which is included with the Contract Documents, with the Town of Littleton, New Hampshire. Additional forms may be obtained at the office of Environmental Engineers, Inc. Bids will be accepted only from Bidders who have submitted a BIDDER's INFORMATION FORM BIDDER's INFORMATION FORM shall be submitted with the Bid. The receipt of Bids will he subject to the requirement specified in said INFORMATION FOR BIDDERS. By order of Board of Selectmen Town of Llttleton, New Hampshire [ IIII II I 1 cold enough to keep food for 2 Published quarterly by the to 3 days, and a full freezer Consumer Information Center should keep food frozen for 3 to of the General Services 4days. Administration, the free When you order "Food catalog lists over 200 selected Safety" you'll also receive a free and low-cost federal free copy of the "Consumer consnmerbooklets. Information Catalog:" NEWMAN LUMBER COMPANY, INC. Softwood Lumber Monufocturera WOODSVILLE ! Ib03) 747.3351 NOW LOOKING FOR WORK FOR OUR D7G and D3 Catepillar Bulldozers and our large and small Graders D7 Bulldozer available for bigger tougher jobs, D3 bulldozer available for smaller jobs. n lease For further mfomoflo P cull 747-3351 days a Leeds Ackennan after 6 p.m. eveMngs 787.6973. Victims of head attacks within the past three months 30 to 74 years old The Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Hanover, N.H., would like you to participate in a medical study to furnish information that may possibly prevent recurrent heart attacks. For information please call collect 603-643-4000, ext. 3,521 or 3544. II II II I CARD OF THANKS "I would like to thank all of my friends in Bradford and surrounding communities for their support of my family and their cards and flowers and wishes that saw me through my recent illness. I would like to especially thank and endorse the Bradford FAST Squad for their very fast action which might have been the very factor that made the difference. It's very dif- ficult to say in something like this exactly how much each card, each call, each person who stops and says hello means to you when you feel that you're invincible and find out you're not; but I want you to know again how much I ap- preciated it. Thank you all very much." Graham Blake TO-6 International Crawler iwith ch and 9 ft. 00al, ,= River Junction. 4 5--c $4,995; 60X12 VAN DYKE, 2 bedr.; Mr. Malcolm Royce 1972 FORD GRAN TORINO-- 4 door, rust proofed, small VS. Very good condition. $795 or best offer. (8021 785-46ll. ! t---7-22--p '77 FORD GRANADA-- 6 cyl., 3 spd. standard shift with overdrive, 62K highway miles. No rust or dents. Excellent condition. One owner automobile. $2950. Call Tom, 617-692-3705 after 6:00 P.M. tf--6-3--p 1979 DODGE PICKUP lur Wheel Drive, automatic trans., :% ton, less than 6,000 miles, Camper pkg. $7,000. Phone 802-222--4482. 8t---8- 19---p BEAR RIDGE COUPE-- Needs an engine and tran- WILL HAVE PEAS-- Can pick your own. Call Jomar Organic Farm 802-439-5802. 2t---7-29---C SNOWMOBII.E--For parts. A gould deal on a "71 Moh)-Ski Snown)obilc. h=cludes motor. Can I fixed up. Must sell. $30. Ask for Robert. 802-222-5281 or Evt 613-747-2016 4t---4-29---p__ ust traded this home in, on a eautiful Benchmark. And our sales lot is so crowded with homes, we have to sell this one right away. Free Del. and Set up. Citation Mobile Homes, Rt. 12 Charlestown, NH. 1t--7- 22----c NOBODY ANYWHERE can sell you a NEW 14 wide 2 bedroom for $9,995 except Citation and it is all furnished, delivered and set up. Or $999 down and invest $163 for 144 months. APR 19.25 per cent Note $23,472. Open 7 days a AKC REGISTERED English Springer Spaniels pups. 8 weeks old July 5, $100. each. 802-222-4777 days and 802-222- 5725 evenings and weekends. Ask for Peter. 8T--8-26-< PUPPIES-- Boxer puppies for sale. Some brindle Ready July 27, 603-272-5826. 47- 22--c FOR SALE-- AKC Pekingese Pups. Males and females. 1- 802-333-9154. 2t7-22--p VERMONT STATE POLICE and Vermont Fish &Game TOLL-FREE NUMBERS Bradford 2224680 Fairlee 333-9414 Wells River 757-2552 week, 826-5118. Citation Mobile Homes Rt. 12 Charlestown, N.H. 1t---7-22"- I =l[t'lI 0 [eli I [141 NOnCl Of NIARIN6 OH ALLOWANU O WKL STATE OF VIRMONT IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Cktm PROBATE COURT FOR TH DIS'[RICT OF To the heirs at low and all persons terested in the Estate of Clyon Gilbert, late of Bradford, in sold District, deceased= YOU ere notified that a writtan in- strument doted September 26, 1979, and COME SEE OUR new Win- dsor Harrison and Titan homes. Used specials include 12' wide, 3 bedroom, fur- nished, $4995. Two bedroom and appliances $1995. One bedroom, very cute camp $950. Mitch's Mobile Homes, Rt. 10, Woodsville, N.H. 603- 747-3376. 4t--8-5--c OPEN YOUR OWN RETAIL apparel shop. Offer the latest in jeans, denims and sport- swear. $14,850.00 includes inventory, , fixtures, etc. Complete Store! Open in as little as 2 weeks anywhere in U.S.A. (Also infants and childrens shop). Call SUE, TOLL FREE 1-800-874-4780. It--7-22--p. FOR SAI,E-- 1978 Endura 250 Yamaha I)T. ('all 272-5872. PART OR FULL TIME-- Opportunity available. Earn approximately $10.00 an hour. For interview appointments call 603-989-3362. 10:00 a.m. to l:00 P.M. or 6 to 8 P.M. Monday. i t--7-22---c WANTED-- Stitchers ano stitcher trainees We have inlmediale openings for ex- perienccd stitchers and inexperienced persons who are interested in learning to stilch. Apply Emgee Inc., Chelsea, Vt, 802.685-7722. 4- 15--tf--c MECIIANIC TRAINING 1979 KAWASAKi 400 LTD SCHOOLS-- Full pay while 8500 original miles. Good you train, Power Plants, condition, must be seen Electrical Systems, Power $1100.00. Tel. 603-795-2647. Trains and Diesel covered in 4t---g-lZp school. For more information call SSG Jim Sumner at 479= 1978 SUZUKI 125, on-off 9221 (collect) or Vermont road bike. Good condition. Army NationalGuardArmory  $375.00 802-439-6266. 2t--7- 222-4611. 4t--7-29--c 29--c MOTORCYCLE New and used motorcycles at the BMW Wheel Shop, East Thetford, Vt. 05043. 1968 BMW R69S $2,500; t971 BMW R60-5 (mechanic's delight) $500; 1976 BMW R90-6, completely handbuilt by master mechanic, $3,100; 1978 BMW Rt00RS $4,500; 1979 BMW R103RT $5,500; t974 Suzuki GT 750 $1,500;. 1976 Yamaha XS 500B $775. Call 802-785-2252. 7- 22- I lit/:1 I0[iI I [q| NOTICi OF MOTGtGEE'I fALl By virtue of a power of sale contained in a certain mortgage deed given by Paul D. Nodovich and Joan V. Nedovich, both of 55 Grovoway, Clintan, Connecticut 06413, to the gedlo Coopemtiva 8ark, a corporatian established by low end having a principal place of business at 133 Plansant Street, Berlin, New Hampshire 03570, doted August 6, 1973, and recorded in Liber 1200, oEo 344 of the Grofton County Registry of Deeds, the eriginol of which may Im exominod at the beferememianed office of the said mortgagee, the present holder of the said mortgage, pursuant to and io exKution of said power and foe breach of condition, end for the purpose of foreclosing tbe some will sell, at punk auction an Wednesday August 12, 1981 at 4:30 o'clock in the afternoon at the premises, having no street or highway number, but which are located on the Northerly side of Manadnock Drive in the Moumdin Lake Subdivision of Haverhill, NoW I'lire, the property described in said mortgage as follows: 'A certain parcel of kind situated in Hovmfiill, Grofton County, New tlampshim, bounded md described as follows: "Lot Twenty-nine (29) Section One (1) WANTEI)-- Companion Housekeeper, live in for ! elderly lady. Comfortable old i country home. Time off and good wages, car required. 603- 764-9973 or 536-1140. 2t--7- 22--c ,, . f ! WANTEI)-- Bookkeeping i'* my home part-time. All areas of small business. On a. weekly, quarterly or monthly : basis. References. Write your needs to: Bookkeeping, c-o Journal Opinion, Dept. 27, Bradford, Vt. 05033. NC WANTEI)-- Bookings for weddings, parties, clubs and dances. The Swingers. Music of 20's to 50's and beyond, also squares, ttave caller. 802-222- 4032. 8t--8-19--c i I*]-']i I."1"|*1110 i *] LOST-- One young lamb. Ear.: register tag No. 24. Vicinity: Rt. 25, Cassville. Reward offered. Harvey Locke, Bradford, Vt. 802-439-5455. 8T--7.22--p AIRI,ESS PAINT spraying ol i new consl ruclion, corn- "i martial, farm buildings and m(,lal roofs. Valley Painting Company. 112-;:r.-,)'.P.)3. 3. .;.; .... ,4 .^.,, *  ..... arti-- to be tha Last Will and as shown on o dan of land entitled 25--tf--C Siiilaluu uu tau_y cO go. I011 P,.v ,'v . - "Subdivision Ian Mountain Lake Testament of said d:d has been , , . T SAW AND TOOl Shar nm , bars steering slde bars etc. VERY CLEAN AND ........ t- P- Pr "-'- CA.--* far the Haverhill N.H. surveyed for own & , pe g ' ' ' ' P ......  .......... ' ' ......... 2 4032 603'747-2016. rk. Cgnbe (m/nis,hed or not. snound r --ne,ha'ao ;" r'%V,';-c'; mrance, tlraamrd, Vt. 4t--7, 1-'rlceo ior qUICK sale. 003-'1q7- ..: * On ,., lnnn .. ,trthe . RegLstry of Deeds at tiber l O83, Folo49 2--- .... "" "'" "' ": ........ " Can ----' t m 3376. 4t----5---C ProTbate Court Wells River Vermont You . s. veyance, s maee suleat a  - ..... w -   . L,n and tl,,... 't shaw :usa and With the hedt at anSenlontS i% over I ..... I- t r ...... 'mq' -t'* ,,-- '=- ,  ..,4--th-.--..L_..-- ._ ..u _-- IIII[lIII I ilJJJiI . , mxa um w a|lw| llUWn m! aa pwn I . if any you may have why the stud ,r ......... FOR SALE-- Metal cots, s Lost for Cr, mtdkrmm of p,c utibtm m- . BITS OF INFORMATION strument should not be Mlowed a the .. ........ PlOU, ,o e, reat lOt camn $10 each ..... ,,,--- ........ ,.-a.o.a cW wmer, emcrnvry, omm am = =,.,;.,,,v,_,u ru ,,..,,.,-- r ......... nt f,,,, on wmrs to create ..,=,. ,...,,,. =.,.,=,.... .- --n.  . . ........... 7 .................. 2 Ootedthis ISthdofJu  1981 mepnane. . . . Leslvere or on lanoln llOrlQe, Doe Hill 011 rt[e. a  ............ v .... TI onva.=c'e is rosa  $'J':t ......... g" Newbury 4t--4-29--,, me nrst nau-poln pen. /s/ma s. v t- - with er'nom -- "e,: apm, ne.., Neea money mr " venom's and easements set forth in an ]u, ca]] OUVl-C ortunatl 7/22 29 8/5 - " instrumant entitled "Mountain take & Brothers 802-439-6179. 4t7. VERMONT BRADFORD Bradford Mini Mart Bradford Village Store Gave & Bancroft P&C Town Market CORINTH Covey's General Store EAST CORINTH McLam's Store t FAIRLEE Chapman's Drug Store Coffin's Garage Fairlee General Store GROTON William's Red Barn MONTPELIER Miller's News NEWBURY Newbury General Store POST MILLS Baker's Store SOUTH RYEGATE Neighborhood Grocery SOUTH STRAFFORD Coburn's Store THETFORD CENTER Thetford Village Store VERSHIRE Brook Bend General Store WAITS RIVER Waits River Store NEW HAMPSHIRE BATH Bath Brick Store Bath Variety Store LISBON The Family Drug Store LITTLETON Village Book Store LYME Nichol's Hardware NORTH HAVERHILL Aldrich's Store Doyles ORFORD Elm Corner Store ORFORDVILLE Brookside Orfordville General Store PIERMONT Gould's Country Store Four Corner Service Wardrop's P.O. PIKE Pike Store WARREN Bud's General Store WENTWORTH Shawnee's Store WOODSVILLE Coach & Paddock Kelley's Mann's Drug Store People's Market Petco Scotty's A newspaper especially for YOUI WELLS RIVER Thomas Drug Store Village Quick Stop WEST FAIRLEE Eastman's Store WEST TOPSHAM Hight's Store Subdivision Property Convenonts and ])d Eosaments" duly recorded with said deeds an November 3, 1966, in tiber 1047, Folio WOOD-- Mixed hardwood. I g[t_'l i, till I [ I 123 and with the right tO use the streets, Cut, split and delivered, beaches, lake end recreation areas shown STATEOIFMOM an said Ian with others of record entitled Bradford. $68 a cord. 802-222- Iqt08Alrl 0UI thereto. 4535. 5T--8-5--d D6TRICTOFBRAORD,$$. "Bein 0 $1 md the same premises OlIll OF N011Ct described and conveyed by Town & Country mlllIfA$, Carol Gollerani Pratt of Homes, Inc. to Edward J. II1 tl and Helen Brodford in tbe County of Orangeend State Ill doted November 19, 1969, and of Vermont, a single person, has filed in recordedin Liber 1102, FolioS46. . . ' this Court a petition settiug forlh thai she "Noning and iatending to describe ,,., , will hereafter be known and called Carol and cmwey all and the same premises Rm6olleri. ctffd by Edward J. and Hebn Ill 1o WANTED-- Rotary mower For which parpose it is ordl by lld I1D. and ao V. Noduvichdoted aW and operator wanted for 13 Court that a copy of thls ordar bepuhiLshed 16, 1973, and recorded in Volume 1195, in the lint Old,am, a nawanper Poge178, ondrecerdedinsaidRugstry." acres. Newbury. Flat rate. published at Bradford in said District, far Said sale w/JI be made subject to any Call collect (203) 649-0670 6-9 three weeks successively, and all liens which may be entitled to p.m. 2t--7-22--p Given under my hand at Wells River in prosedence over sold mortgage, if any such said District this 17 th day of July, 1981. thare be. I s l Mee/aret N. hcldey Terms of sale: fifteen percent (15 %) , . , -- Alkql Jedge in cash or by certified or cashier's check to be paid by the purcbdsar at the time and ploce of sale. Terms for payment of bance will be made ot the time end place ---- ,sa. [Ed& LynKJaNDSlikowski GAUNDT00 Dated at Weedvdlk, Now Hampshirt, shb STMll O! ytIMOIIT 7th iky of Jdy, It81. HOTIC! TO ClIITORS ledln Cenpenive Ibd DISTRICT OF BRA[XORD, . 11  tthnl Route 5 To the Creditors of the Estate of Inkmw Pretloenl Auede Georgia K. Lurid late of Brodferd, IhhryM.kq (LowerPlain) 11 Olefml docaosad, in Bradford. Oewey R. Lund of 29 Buck Road, Weedvl,MN0$/IS Worrington, Penn. 19876 hereby states Open that he has been appointed o personal  representotive of the above estate. All II ITIAIt BBOT-'i:I daily 9:00-5:00 creditors havinl clokns against the above .,ata , r,red ta ,e, th, c=,m,n 51"rlR]= ISlTISITIAI Closed Wed. writing within four months oar the data of IAI Ull dE SBA RIM I 802-222.4507 the first publication heouf ta the olmve [PI$II .... personal representative at the above IEIIPle]vl Residence: address or to tha Register of the Probate IP[OlRI IMIOITIHIIRI Court at WelLs River, Vermont, or said 1  802-222-9064 claim will be feraver barred. Doted at Brodferd this 1 st doy of July, 1981. [RIA] IIMOlNI WANTED-- Used or old paw. R. Lund INI  INll ITIYl IAlSl decoys, old books on hunting P,,m,,IR,w,,mmem  and fishing. Write Box 454, Bradford, Vt. 05033. tf--nc 7/8-15-22 ISTATll Of hel Camda ITAH OF Vii|aNT Probote Court District of Bradford, ss. To oli interested persans At the Probote Court in Wells River on tbe 26th doy of June, lg81, on outhen- tlcoted copy of the lost Will ond Testoment ond the Probate of Paul Corrado Iote af Guilford, in the County of New Hoven, in the State of Connecticut, deceosed, leaving estote in said district,-duly proved allowed and established in th GoHford District Probote Court f the County ond State oforesoid, wos presented to this Court, agreeable to tha statute in such cases. And it is ordered hy said Court that the 4th doy of August, 1981 at the Prohate Court io Wells River, 1000 o'clock in the forenoon, be ossigned for oll parsOnS interestad to Olor and contest 1t allowance of such instrument, end the probote thereof, if they see cause; and that notice thereof be given by publishing this order three weeks succassively in the Jelnsal OIO 0 newspaper published in said District, previous to the time ap- pointed. Therefore, you ore hereby notified to appear before sold Court, Ot the time and piece aforesaid, and contest the ollowance of the said instrument ond the probate thereof, if you have cause. Given Under My NNd at Wells River in said Dislficl this 29th day of June, 1981. Is/ Rend N. Vigmmu 718.15-22 An:tiqu0000 Auctioned (Licensed & Bonded throughout New England) Appraised (For Insurance or Estate Purposes) Purchased (One Item or Complete Estates) Tents rented for all occasions cal00 Archie Steenburgh Auctioneer & Appraiser Jeffers Hill, Pike, N.H. 603-989-5690 ; July 22, 1981-The Second Opinion-Page 7A PUBLIC NOTICE ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS TOWN OF LITTLETON WASTEWATER TREATMENT FACILITIES LITTLETON, NEW HAMPSHIRE Bids for Septage Facilities add Headworks, New Hampshire, Contract Number l will be at the Office of Board of Selectmen, Town 2 Union Street, Little/an, New Hampshire, until August 4, 1981. this time will not be accepted. Bids ,,ned and read aloud at the Office of Town Hall, 2 Union St., Littleton, ( tbct Documents may be examined at the following Ums: FOR SALE men !Hall New Hampshire 03561 (603) 444-3996 gineers, Inc. New Hampshire 03301 (603) 228-1334 i: Mr. Woodbury P. Fogg, P.E. General Contractors ' Road New Hampshire 03301 New Hampshire 03100 Data Corp. MA 03138 of Contract Documents may be obtained at the Environmental Engineers, located at the payment of $,50.60 deposit for each deposit will be returned to Bidders. Non- will recei'e 50 percent of their deposit upon within ten days of the Bid opening, of each set Documents in good condition. No partial be issued. Requests for mailing of contract and drawings shall include an additional, $10.00 postage and handling charge. to Environmental Engineers, Inc. be held on July 21, 1981 at 2:00 standard time, at the Town Hall, New Hampshire. reserves the right to waive any in- to reject any or all bids. with his Bid, security in the , form and subject to the conditions provided in FOR BIDDERS. Bid security in the amount of 10 percent of the total Bid of bidders is particularly directed to the as to conditions of employment to be minimum wage rates to be paid under or contracts awarded under this for Bids are expected to be funded in from the United States Environmental Agency. Neither the United States nor any or will be a Advertisement for Bids or any resulting This procurement will be subject to contained in 40 CFR 35.936, 35.958 and Will be required to comply with the President's Order No. 11246 and amendments or sup- to that Executive Order. The requirements and Contractors under this order are ex- !NFORMATION FOR BIDDERS. OF REQUIREMENT FOR AFFIRMATIVE TO ENSURE EQUAL EMPLOYMENT EXECUTIVE ORDER 11246. or Bidder's attention is called to the ' Clause" and the "Standard Equal Employment Opportunity Contract Specifications" set forth g0als and timetables for minority and female ] I t I You can tell food [ ause it smells t's your clue to 1 Poisoning. | "rms' Sometimes y that ca. g often done i taste, odor or itT food. To help ..[ t to watch out '1," bepartment of  t:rviPod Quality Jl ice has a new  [.YOUr free copy of ,'T:.[tY '' write to IL Information ,:. 653J, Pueblo, reparation !IPl 1 care. If you  ird the day n to cook ['g in a separait  ;.f:pti.. refrigerator. j_.,irted. Right .', stuff the bird vft to allow the fft:. Refrigerate L nd stuffing in t within two for canned i|rs that leak, SeVerely dented  n't buy or use Cracked or have  lids Don t   that has a   any food that to  iln the can is i_ foods could , a rare but f, toxin. Home-  improperly ' ost incidents AUCTION J rare spoiled food of botulism. So, if you can your own vegetables, meat or poultry, always use a pressure canner. A boiling water bath, an oven, a steamer, or an open kettle . will not heat Idw-acid foods enough to kill the bacteria that cause botulism. Always follow canning directions carefully, and take each step in order. Do not take shortcuts. Make sure your equipment,s in good working order. And what can you do when your freezer fails? If your freezer will be fixed within two days or if the power will go back on within that period of time, you'll probably be able to save your stored food. Keep the freezer door closed---don't keep opening and closing it to check on the food. A fully loaded freezer will keep food frozen for 2 days. A half-full freezer will only keep food cold for a day. And, meats that still contain ice crystals or have been main- tained at 5 degrees Celsius (40 degrees Fahrenheit) for less than 2 days may he safely refrozen. Some quality may be lost, but the product is still edible. But, throw out any food that has an unusual color or odor. Never refreeze ice cream because it could be con- taminated. If it locks like your freezer will be off for more than two days, use dry ice. Place 25 pounds of dry ice in the freezer soon after the power goes off. A half-full freezer should stay participation, expressed in percentage terms for the Contractor's aggregate workforce in each trade on all construction work in the covered area, are as follows: Timetables Goals for minority Goals for female participation for participation in each trade each trade Insert goals for Insert goals for each year each year 4-1-78--3-31-79 Not Applicable 3.1 4-1-79--3-31-60 for N.H. 5.0 4-I-80---3-31-81 0.8 6.9 These goals are applicable to all the Contractor's construction work (whether or not it is Federal or federally assisted) performed in the covered area. If the Contractor performs construction work in a geographical area located outside of the covered area, it shall apply the goals established for such geographical area where the work is actually performed. With regard to this second area, the Contractor is also subject to the goals for both its federally involved and non-federally involved construction. The Contractor's compliance with the Executive Order and the regulations in 41 CFR Part 60-4 shall be based on its implementation of the Equal Opportunity Clause specific affirmative action obligations required by the specifications set forth in 41 CFR 60.4.3(a), and its efforts to meet the goals established for the geographical area where the contract resulting from this solicitation is to he performed. The hours of minority and female employment and training must be substantially uniform throughout the length of the contract, and in each trade, and the contractor shall make a good faith effort to employ female minorities and women employees or trainees from Contractor to Contractor or from project to project for the sole purpose of meeting the Contractor's goals shall be a violation of the contract, the Executive Order and the regulations in 41 CFR Part 60-4. Com- pliance with the goals will be measured against the total work hours performed. 3. The Contractor shall provide written notification to the Director of the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs within 10 working days of award of any construction subcontract in excess of $10,000 at any tier for construction work under the contract resulting from this solicitation. The notification shall list the name, address and telephone number of the sub- contractor, employer identification number; estimated dollar amount of the subcontract; estimated starting and completion dates of the subcontract; and the geographical area in which the contract is to be performed. 4. As used in this Notice, and in the contract resulting from this solicitation, the "covered area" is Littleton, Grafton County, New Hampshire UTILIZATION OF MINORITY BUSINESS EN- TeRPRISe8 (MBE,s) , = Bidders on this work are required to comply with the United States Environmental Protection Agency's Region I policy on the increased utilization of MBE's which establishes a regional goal to commit to MBE 4 to 11 percent of the total dollar amount of construction contracts. The requirements for bidders and con- tractors covered by this policy are explained in the Instructions to Bidders. Prospective Bidders will be required to file a BID- DER's INFORMATION FORM, a copy of which is included with the Contract Documents, with the Town of Littleton, New Hampshire. Additional forms may be obtained at the office of Environmental Engineers, Inc. Bids will be accepted only from Bidders who have submitted a BIDDER's INFORMATION FORM BIDDER's INFORMATION FORM shall be submitted with the Bid. The receipt of Bids will he subject to the requirement specified in said INFORMATION FOR BIDDERS. By order of Board of Selectmen Town of Llttleton, New Hampshire [ IIII II I 1 cold enough to keep food for 2 Published quarterly by the to 3 days, and a full freezer Consumer Information Center should keep food frozen for 3 to of the General Services 4days. Administration, the free When you order "Food catalog lists over 200 selected Safety" you'll also receive a free and low-cost federal free copy of the "Consumer consnmerbooklets. Information Catalog:" NEWMAN LUMBER COMPANY, INC. Softwood Lumber Monufocturera WOODSVILLE ! Ib03) 747.3351 NOW LOOKING FOR WORK FOR OUR D7G and D3 Catepillar Bulldozers and our large and small Graders D7 Bulldozer available for bigger tougher jobs, D3 bulldozer available for smaller jobs. n lease For further mfomoflo P cull 747-3351 days a Leeds Ackennan after 6 p.m. eveMngs 787.6973. Victims of head attacks within the past three months 30 to 74 years old The Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Hanover, N.H., would like you to participate in a medical study to furnish information that may possibly prevent recurrent heart attacks. For information please call collect 603-643-4000, ext. 3,521 or 3544. II II II I CARD OF THANKS "I would like to thank all of my friends in Bradford and surrounding communities for their support of my family and their cards and flowers and wishes that saw me through my recent illness. I would like to especially thank and endorse the Bradford FAST Squad for their very fast action which might have been the very factor that made the difference. It's very dif- ficult to say in something like this exactly how much each card, each call, each person who stops and says hello means to you when you feel that you're invincible and find out you're not; but I want you to know again how much I ap- preciated it. Thank you all very much." Graham Blake TO-6 International Crawler iwith ch and 9 ft. 00al, ,= River Junction. 4 5--c $4,995; 60X12 VAN DYKE, 2 bedr.; Mr. Malcolm Royce 1972 FORD GRAN TORINO-- 4 door, rust proofed, small VS. Very good condition. $795 or best offer. (8021 785-46ll. ! t---7-22--p '77 FORD GRANADA-- 6 cyl., 3 spd. standard shift with overdrive, 62K highway miles. No rust or dents. Excellent condition. One owner automobile. $2950. Call Tom, 617-692-3705 after 6:00 P.M. tf--6-3--p 1979 DODGE PICKUP lur Wheel Drive, automatic trans., :% ton, less than 6,000 miles, Camper pkg. $7,000. Phone 802-222--4482. 8t---8- 19---p BEAR RIDGE COUPE-- Needs an engine and tran- WILL HAVE PEAS-- Can pick your own. Call Jomar Organic Farm 802-439-5802. 2t---7-29---C SNOWMOBII.E--For parts. A gould deal on a "71 Moh)-Ski Snown)obilc. h=cludes motor. Can I fixed up. Must sell. $30. Ask for Robert. 802-222-5281 or Evt 613-747-2016 4t---4-29---p__ ust traded this home in, on a eautiful Benchmark. And our sales lot is so crowded with homes, we have to sell this one right away. Free Del. and Set up. Citation Mobile Homes, Rt. 12 Charlestown, NH. 1t--7- 22----c NOBODY ANYWHERE can sell you a NEW 14 wide 2 bedroom for $9,995 except Citation and it is all furnished, delivered and set up. Or $999 down and invest $163 for 144 months. APR 19.25 per cent Note $23,472. Open 7 days a AKC REGISTERED English Springer Spaniels pups. 8 weeks old July 5, $100. each. 802-222-4777 days and 802-222- 5725 evenings and weekends. Ask for Peter. 8T--8-26-< PUPPIES-- Boxer puppies for sale. Some brindle Ready July 27, 603-272-5826. 47- 22--c FOR SALE-- AKC Pekingese Pups. Males and females. 1- 802-333-9154. 2t7-22--p VERMONT STATE POLICE and Vermont Fish &Game TOLL-FREE NUMBERS Bradford 2224680 Fairlee 333-9414 Wells River 757-2552 week, 826-5118. Citation Mobile Homes Rt. 12 Charlestown, N.H. 1t---7-22"- I =l[t'lI 0 [eli I [141 NOnCl Of NIARIN6 OH ALLOWANU O WKL STATE OF VIRMONT IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Cktm PROBATE COURT FOR TH DIS'[RICT OF To the heirs at low and all persons terested in the Estate of Clyon Gilbert, late of Bradford, in sold District, deceased= YOU ere notified that a writtan in- strument doted September 26, 1979, and COME SEE OUR new Win- dsor Harrison and Titan homes. Used specials include 12' wide, 3 bedroom, fur- nished, $4995. Two bedroom and appliances $1995. One bedroom, very cute camp $950. Mitch's Mobile Homes, Rt. 10, Woodsville, N.H. 603- 747-3376. 4t--8-5--c OPEN YOUR OWN RETAIL apparel shop. Offer the latest in jeans, denims and sport- swear. $14,850.00 includes inventory, , fixtures, etc. Complete Store! Open in as little as 2 weeks anywhere in U.S.A. (Also infants and childrens shop). Call SUE, TOLL FREE 1-800-874-4780. It--7-22--p. FOR SAI,E-- 1978 Endura 250 Yamaha I)T. ('all 272-5872. PART OR FULL TIME-- Opportunity available. Earn approximately $10.00 an hour. For interview appointments call 603-989-3362. 10:00 a.m. to l:00 P.M. or 6 to 8 P.M. Monday. i t--7-22---c WANTED-- Stitchers ano stitcher trainees We have inlmediale openings for ex- perienccd stitchers and inexperienced persons who are interested in learning to stilch. Apply Emgee Inc., Chelsea, Vt, 802.685-7722. 4- 15--tf--c MECIIANIC TRAINING 1979 KAWASAKi 400 LTD SCHOOLS-- Full pay while 8500 original miles. Good you train, Power Plants, condition, must be seen Electrical Systems, Power $1100.00. Tel. 603-795-2647. Trains and Diesel covered in 4t---g-lZp school. For more information call SSG Jim Sumner at 479= 1978 SUZUKI 125, on-off 9221 (collect) or Vermont road bike. Good condition. Army NationalGuardArmory  $375.00 802-439-6266. 2t--7- 222-4611. 4t--7-29--c 29--c MOTORCYCLE New and used motorcycles at the BMW Wheel Shop, East Thetford, Vt. 05043. 1968 BMW R69S $2,500; t971 BMW R60-5 (mechanic's delight) $500; 1976 BMW R90-6, completely handbuilt by master mechanic, $3,100; 1978 BMW Rt00RS $4,500; 1979 BMW R103RT $5,500; t974 Suzuki GT 750 $1,500;. 1976 Yamaha XS 500B $775. Call 802-785-2252. 7- 22- I lit/:1 I0[iI I [q| NOTICi OF MOTGtGEE'I fALl By virtue of a power of sale contained in a certain mortgage deed given by Paul D. Nodovich and Joan V. Nedovich, both of 55 Grovoway, Clintan, Connecticut 06413, to the gedlo Coopemtiva 8ark, a corporatian established by low end having a principal place of business at 133 Plansant Street, Berlin, New Hampshire 03570, doted August 6, 1973, and recorded in Liber 1200, oEo 344 of the Grofton County Registry of Deeds, the eriginol of which may Im exominod at the beferememianed office of the said mortgagee, the present holder of the said mortgage, pursuant to and io exKution of said power and foe breach of condition, end for the purpose of foreclosing tbe some will sell, at punk auction an Wednesday August 12, 1981 at 4:30 o'clock in the afternoon at the premises, having no street or highway number, but which are located on the Northerly side of Manadnock Drive in the Moumdin Lake Subdivision of Haverhill, NoW I'lire, the property described in said mortgage as follows: 'A certain parcel of kind situated in Hovmfiill, Grofton County, New tlampshim, bounded md described as follows: "Lot Twenty-nine (29) Section One (1) WANTEI)-- Companion Housekeeper, live in for ! elderly lady. Comfortable old i country home. Time off and good wages, car required. 603- 764-9973 or 536-1140. 2t--7- 22--c ,, . f ! WANTEI)-- Bookkeeping i'* my home part-time. All areas of small business. On a. weekly, quarterly or monthly : basis. References. Write your needs to: Bookkeeping, c-o Journal Opinion, Dept. 27, Bradford, Vt. 05033. NC WANTEI)-- Bookings for weddings, parties, clubs and dances. The Swingers. Music of 20's to 50's and beyond, also squares, ttave caller. 802-222- 4032. 8t--8-19--c i I*]-']i I."1"|*1110 i *] LOST-- One young lamb. Ear.: register tag No. 24. Vicinity: Rt. 25, Cassville. Reward offered. Harvey Locke, Bradford, Vt. 802-439-5455. 8T--7.22--p AIRI,ESS PAINT spraying ol i new consl ruclion, corn- "i martial, farm buildings and m(,lal roofs. Valley Painting Company. 112-;:r.-,)'.P.)3. 3. .;.; .... ,4 .^.,, *  ..... arti-- to be tha Last Will and as shown on o dan of land entitled 25--tf--C Siiilaluu uu tau_y cO go. I011 P,.v ,'v . - "Subdivision Ian Mountain Lake Testament of said d:d has been , , . T SAW AND TOOl Shar nm, bars steering slde bars etc. VERY CLEAN AND ........ t- P- Pr "-'- CA.--* far the Haverhill N.H. surveyed for own & , pe g ' ' ' ' P ......  .......... ' ' ......... 2 4032 603'747-2016. rk. Cgnbe (m/nis,hed or not. snound r --ne,ha'ao ;" r'%V,';-c'; mrance, tlraamrd, Vt. 4t--7, 1-'rlceo ior qUICK sale. 003-'1q7- ..: * On ,., lnnn .. ,trthe . RegLstry of Deeds at tiber l O83, Folo49 2--- .... "" "'" "' ": ........ " Can ----' t m 3376. 4t----5---C ProTbate Court Wells River Vermont You . s. veyance, s maee suleat a  - ..... w -   . L,n and tl,,... 't shaw :usa and With the hedt at anSenlontS i% over I ..... I- t r ...... 'mq' -t'* ,,-- '=- ,  ..,4--th-.--..L_..-- ._ ..u _-- IIII[lIII I ilJJJiI . , mxa um w a|lw| llUWn m! aa pwn I . if any you may have why the stud ,r ......... FOR SALE-- Metal cots, s Lost for Cr, mtdkrmm of p,c utibtm m- . BITS OF INFORMATION strument should not be Mlowed a the .. ........ PlOU, ,o e, reat lOt camn $10 each ..... ,,,--- ........ ,.-a.o.a cW wmer, emcrnvry, omm am = =,.,;.,,,v,_,u ru ,,..,,.,-- r ......... nt f,,,, on wmrs to create ..,=,. ,...,,,. =.,.,=,.... .- --n.  . . ........... 7 .................. 2 Ootedthis ISthdofJu  1981 mepnane. . . . Leslvere or on lanoln llOrlQe, Doe Hill 011 rt[e. a  ............ v .... TI onva.=c'e is rosa  $'J':t ......... g" Newbury 4t--4-29--,, me nrst nau-poln pen. /s/ma s. v t- - with er'nom -- "e,: apm, ne.., Neea money mr " venom's and easements set forth in an ]u, ca]] OUVl-C ortunatl 7/22 29 8/5 - " instrumant entitled "Mountain take & Brothers 802-439-6179. 4t7. VERMONT BRADFORD Bradford Mini Mart Bradford Village Store Gave & Bancroft P&C Town Market CORINTH Covey's General Store EAST CORINTH McLam's Store t FAIRLEE Chapman's Drug Store Coffin's Garage Fairlee General Store GROTON William's Red Barn MONTPELIER Miller's News NEWBURY Newbury General Store POST MILLS Baker's Store SOUTH RYEGATE Neighborhood Grocery SOUTH STRAFFORD Coburn's Store THETFORD CENTER Thetford Village Store VERSHIRE Brook Bend General Store WAITS RIVER Waits River Store NEW HAMPSHIRE BATH Bath Brick Store Bath Variety Store LISBON The Family Drug Store LITTLETON Village Book Store LYME Nichol's Hardware NORTH HAVERHILL Aldrich's Store Doyles ORFORD Elm Corner Store ORFORDVILLE Brookside Orfordville General Store PIERMONT Gould's Country Store Four Corner Service Wardrop's P.O. PIKE Pike Store WARREN Bud's General Store WENTWORTH Shawnee's Store WOODSVILLE Coach & Paddock Kelley's Mann's Drug Store People's Market Petco Scotty's A newspaper especially for YOUI WELLS RIVER Thomas Drug Store Village Quick Stop WEST FAIRLEE Eastman's Store WEST TOPSHAM Hight's Store Subdivision Property Convenonts and ])d Eosaments" duly recorded with said deeds an November 3, 1966, in tiber 1047, Folio WOOD-- Mixed hardwood. I g[t_'l i, till I [ I 123 and with the right tO use the streets, Cut, split and delivered, beaches, lake end recreation areas shown STATEOIFMOM an said Ian with others of record entitled Bradford. $68 a cord. 802-222- Iqt08Alrl 0UI thereto. 4535. 5T--8-5--d D6TRICTOFBRAORD,$$. "Bein 0 $1 md the same premises OlIll OF N011Ct described and conveyed by Town & Country mlllIfA$, Carol Gollerani Pratt of Homes, Inc. to Edward J. II1 tl and Helen Brodford in tbe County of Orangeend State Ill doted November 19, 1969, and of Vermont, a single person, has filed in recordedin Liber 1102, FolioS46. . . ' this Court a petition settiug forlh thai she "Noning and iatending to describe ,,., , will hereafter be known and called Carol and cmwey all and the same premises Rm6olleri. ctffd by Edward J. and Hebn Ill 1o WANTED-- Rotary mower For which parpose it is ordl by lld I1D. and ao V. Noduvichdoted aW and operator wanted for 13 Court that a copy of thls ordar bepuhiLshed 16, 1973, and recorded in Volume 1195, in the lint Old,am, a nawanper Poge178, ondrecerdedinsaidRugstry." acres. Newbury. Flat rate. published at Bradford in said District, far Said sale w/JI be made subject to any Call collect (203) 649-0670 6-9 three weeks successively, and all liens which may be entitled to p.m. 2t--7-22--p Given under my hand at Wells River in prosedence over sold mortgage, if any such said District this 17 th day of July, 1981. thare be. I s l Mee/aret N. hcldey Terms of sale: fifteen percent (15 %) , . , -- Alkql Jedge in cash or by certified or cashier's check to be paid by the purcbdsar at the time and ploce of sale. Terms for payment of bance will be made ot the time end place ---- ,sa. [ Ed& LynKJaNDSlikowski GAUNDT00 Dated at Weedvdlk, Now Hampshirt, shb STMll O! ytIMOIIT 7th iky of Jdy, It81. HOTIC! TO ClIITORS ledln Cenpenive Ibd DISTRICT OF BRA[XORD, . 11  tthnl Route 5 To the Creditors of the Estate of Inkmw Pretloenl Auede Georgia K. Lurid late of Brodferd, IhhryM.kq (LowerPlain) 11 Olefml docaosad, in Bradford. Oewey R. Lund of 29 Buck Road, Weedvl,MN0$/IS Worrington, Penn. 19876 hereby states Open that he has been appointed o personal  representotive of the above estate. All II ITIAIt BBOT-'i:I daily 9:00-5:00 creditors havinl clokns against the above .,ata , r,red ta ,e, th, c=,m,n 51"rlR]= ISlTISITIAI Closed Wed. writing within four months oar the data of IAI Ull dE SBA RIM I 802-222.4507 the first publication heouf ta the olmve [PI$II .... personal representative at the above IEIIPle]vl Residence: address or to tha Register of the Probate IP[OlRI IMIOITIHIIRI Court at WelLs River, Vermont, or said 1  802-222-9064 claim will be feraver barred. Doted at Brodferd this 1 st doy of July, 1981. [RIA] IIMOlNI WANTED-- Used or old paw. R. Lund INI  INll ITIYl IAlSl decoys, old books on hunting P,,m,,IR,w,,mmem  and fishing. Write Box 454, Bradford, Vt. 05033. tf--nc 7/8-15-22 ISTATll Of hel Camda ITAH OF Vii|aNT Probote Court District of Bradford, ss. To oli interested persans At the Probote Court in Wells River on tbe 26th doy of June, lg81, on outhen- tlcoted copy of the lost Will ond Testoment ond the Probate of Paul Corrado Iote af Guilford, in the County of New Hoven, in the State of Connecticut, deceosed, leaving estote in said district,-duly proved allowed and established in th GoHford District Probote Court f the County ond State oforesoid, wos presented to this Court, agreeable to tha statute in such cases. And it is ordered hy said Court that the 4th doy of August, 1981 at the Prohate Court io Wells River, 1000 o'clock in the forenoon, be ossigned for oll parsOnS interestad to Olor and contest 1t allowance of such instrument, end the probote thereof, if they see cause; and that notice thereof be given by publishing this order three weeks succassively in the Jelnsal OIO 0 newspaper published in said District, previous to the time ap- pointed. Therefore, you ore hereby notified to appear before sold Court, Ot the time and piece aforesaid, and contest the ollowance of the said instrument ond the probate thereof, if you have cause. Given Under My NNd at Wells River in said Dislficl this 29th day of June, 1981. Is/ Rend N. Vigmmu 718.15-22 An:tiqu0000 Auctioned (Licensed & Bonded throughout New England) Appraised (For Insurance or Estate Purposes) Purchased (One Item or Complete Estates) Tents rented for all occasions cal00 Archie Steenburgh Auctioneer & Appraiser Jeffers Hill, Pike, N.H. 603-989-5690