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+ Page 6A-The Second Opinion-July 29, 1981 iR0000STATL00 FOR RENT NO. 4191 -- 78 acres, Bath, NH, $49.500; has fillalle and woods; almost 1 mile of River and rood frontage; terms from owner. NO. 4231-- 2133 acres, West Each, HH, $5,900: goed for year-round or recreation home. NO. 4245- House on 20 ceres, Ryegote, $45,000; almost dead-end rood; wooded acreage; secluded; excellent 11embrel-style house almost new. NO. 4276+- 105 acres, Wrlght's Mt., Bradford, $63,000; one of the most beoutifut parcels of land in VT. NO. 4292U- 10.7 acres, Vershire, Yt., near Judgement Ridge, $7,500. Wooded, views, town rood. NO. 4 $ t 2 --Mobile home an small lot, Hewbury, $23,500. NO. 4314- Wells River. This beautifully maintained 1839 home has 8 rooms and is located on a very nice tot. There are two baths, 2 zone, hot water baseboard heat and o 2 car 110roge. It is well insulated, has nice porches and o good garden spot. Taxes are approximately $800.00 per year. Price $45,000.00 ii , ,,,,m4i m'- i  ..... '  .  ......... i,  . Me. $ I I - Newbury. New, custom crafted, white coder, log home. Four rooms, expandable to six, with full basement and well insulated. Beautiful kitchen with spacious custom-built cabinets, lovely living area with custom-mode chondeliec. This welt-built home has o wood-gas com- bination heating system for low heat bill and is situated on 2 beautiful acres. Drive out today and see this lovely home I mile from route 302 on Scotch Hol|ow Rood. Price $49,900.00. go. 4121- 10 acres Newbury, Vt., $4,000; on Town Trail for V mile; same distance from electricity; good growing hardwoods; good for recreation and investment, but at present not good for year-round living; owner will finance. NO. 43 $6 - Ryegate Two for the price of ae -- New, nice 2-family home on prett, Jot. $44,900. NO. 4,140-- Neat retirement home on 2 beautiful acres on Goshen Rood in Bradford. $30,000, NO. 43l --Abandoned farm house on 65 acres, Newbury, $38,000. NO. 45SS - 6 Acres, Turkey Hill, Corinth, $6,21)11; beautiful open land, hig on o hill. Home and 60 Acres Chalet style summer house facing south with nice views; has 60 acres +-, open and wooded, lovely brook, one-third acre pond, and waterfall. Located on a town gravel road, private and secluded. Spring water, 4 rooms plus loft, I bath, wood flooring and paneling, electric heat and fireplace. 157,000. Colonial Village Home Located in nice village on paved road; first floor has kitchen, dining, two large living rooms, laundry and bath; second floor has four bedrooms; recently in- suXa oil tetNmt pb.m lu almce heaterl village water, septic system, recent plumbing; small barn with space for two cars and workshop. $24,500. 16.44 Acres 543 fto town road frontage -- nice building site with fine views -- land is open and wooded and has a southern exposure. $12,500. Chalet and 2 Acres This home has two parts-- one A4rame, the other a 1 story structure. Living room with stove and heatilator fireplace, skylights, kitchen-dining area, bath, and one bedroom on first floor; two bedrooms on second floor. Interior finished in rough pine, well-insulated for year- round living, well water, septic system, electric backup. In wooded area but accessible by town gravel road. $39.00o. RICHARDSON ASSOCIATES INCORPORATED 802-222-4043 VERMONT & . PROPERTIES "* *' Farms. Homes * Land * Condominiums MLS , Commercial. Vacation Rentals EALO' LTMI=  Lrle bm, ll, on 4.6 acres, has slc* for everything, Home Ms 5 BR, large living room, kitclm, bundry ond mud room. 1V baths, full lrsement. Apettmnt over garage with separate entrance end full bath. Ag this for  .......................... $75,1t0. VISNII geatomd tk IdnL 3 Bill.  ounffy kitchen, axposed limbos, decks, stone walls. Private rwol setting. ely modem syst(as. County eleporP , ........... .................... $11S,NO. Possible owner financing. HOUSE FOR SALE-- 7 NORTtl tlAVERHILL-- rooms, Bath, 3 bedrooms. Hot Recently remodeled, one water heat, Garage. Close to bedroom apartment. Clean, all services. Reasonable. carpeted, energy efficient Viola Powers, Woodsville, appliances, steam heat. N.H.747-3462. 3t--8-12--p Laundramat for tenants. $40. per week. Blaekmount apartments 603-787-6762. 8t--9-. The best in Modular Homes and Panelized Shells 749D.--BRADFORD -- Enjoy privacy in this 3 ranch home w-fireplaced living room, sliding glass doors in din. rm., large kit. w-many cabinets, w-w carpet, plus partially finished full basement. On 1 + acre. $48,0o0. 766D.--BRADFORD -- Newly renovated 3 bedrm. Cape on village lot with w-w- carpet, hardwood floors. Easy to heat. FHA approved. Excellent buy at $43,500.00 767D.--BRADFORD  A 1969 12' x 50', 2 bedrm. Pacemaker Trailer with enclosed porch, on one acre. Nice views, storage building, some fur- nishings. $20,000.00 733D.--BRADFORD -- Renovated Cape on village edge location. Modern kitchen, formal din. rm., wood stove hook-up, attached barn & workshop on 2 acres. $49,900.00 757D.--CORINTH -- 1800 Cape home w-ell & 4 bedrms., situated on a scenic 12 acre parcel w-9 acres of meadowland, brook bordering property. A great buy at $39,500.00 O'Brien Realty of Bradford JCT. 5 & "5 BRAI)FORD, VERMONT 05033 TEl,: 222-4703 l VALLEY ASSOCIATES OF BRADFORD 21 North Main Street 802-222-5544 WE MAY IIAVE A ilUYEH FOR YOUR IIOUSE. lAST WITlI US TODAY ! "h Office Indecenden fly Owned And Operated" i ii - I II II lb. $14-- 243 +- acres situated in the town of Tepsham which has rolling hills on either side end o mixture of both soft  hard wood. $11NI,0@O lb. lit-- 5 +- acres on the west side of Huih Lake Rood. 300' depth. Over 400' frontage on the road. Room for several camp sites. $11,0N lb. $114 -- Excellent building site is lacoted en this 13 +- oores parcel of lend. 10 +- acres open, rest wooded. Brook crosses property. Power close by. $l$,SOO lb. |111- 95 +- acros with approximately 2,765 feet frentogs en the W. Newbury-Bradford. Property is in the Town of Newbuty. $1t,NO lb. SOIl-- 90 +- acres partly open, portly wooded, with mognifkent views of the White Mountains. $90,0 lb. $117-- 33 +- 0ores situated in the Town of Corinth. Bordered by Pike Hill Rd., Brook Rd., end the so-culled Miller Rd. All year roods with eiK- tricity and telephone lines on road frontage. Property had strewn down the middle. $tt,tSO lb, $20- 10 +- acres of mixed hard and soft woods. Stream on property. Excellent building site for hame or cabin. $6,$1NI lb. SIR,-- 30 +- acn, of mixed herd end soft woods. Penurenm viewS. Frontoge en town rood with lets of privncy. $|6,$01 L lrITFOI,  I1  3 M, 3 Car detached garage, on 1 35 acre. Cenvenient to basic services, shapplng, schools. Woodstove included. Great Value at ... $6$,000. PIIll)NT, LOll r.abb 011 t.$ Am. With ponemmic views. 2.4 BR, 1 large both. Beautiful field,tone fireplace. Finished pine flears. Pine penciled vlis, easy care. All this fur only .................................. $$S,001. IO. VILE, VT.: II.! i that offers a little bit of everythin11, Views. birch groves, gsod westerly exposu, mostly hord' ...................... $14,(1. LIMi: Post &  1791 Cape 4 Mrms.-2 both. Newer outbuildings. Year-round bi'ook, close to skiwoy... $111J10, tVMls 1 ! .111 e. Possible views of Oar, mouth Skiwoy ................................. 82S,N11. LYi= $ licit wilt Iever pond -- ymr round GET RID OF LEECHES A number of inquiries have been received on leeches in swimming areas of ponds and lakes. By changing pl of the water, leeches can be eliminated. Use ground agricultural limestone at a rate of 100 pounds per surface acre over a depth of 0 to 5 feet. The lime is spread over the swimming area early in the morning before swimming begins, In principle, the treatment should be applied every day during height of leech season, usually warmest weather in late July and August. Leech season nor- mally lasts 2 to 3 weeks and thereafter a treatment every other day is sufficient. No permit from Water Resources is required for use of lime in waters of the state, DORIS R. COLTON-"-" REAL ESTATE East Thetford, VS. 05043 Telephone ( 802)333-4644 Richard (Dick) DeGoosh 333-9623 Mike O'Donnell 333-9620 MARTHA H. DAVIES REAL ESTATE At The,ford Pharmacy East Thetford, VS. 05043 (802)785-2849 Member Vt.-N.H. MLS APARTMENT FOENT-- Woodsville$]td floor, heat, d' Ulrking, separa _IIJdlqlFa nee. - Adulls preferred. 603-747-2437 anytime. 5T---8-G--pd AVAILABLE FOR IM- MEDIATE occupancy. A one and a two bedroom apart- mont. Both with bath, wall to NEWMAN ;LUMBER mVACUUM E COMPANY, INC. 00Xm.NCE Cdl Joe IPd 1.603-448-3787 SAL[:S & SERVICE BAGS & Softwood umber Monufocturera WOODSVILLE (603) 747 335!' NOW LOOKING FOR WORK FOR OUR wall carpeting, kitchen ap- pliances. Heat, lights, hot water, gas, and rubbish removal included in rent. Security deposit required. No D7G and 03 children or pets in this well managed building. Mt. l Gardner Apts., 43 Central St., Catepillar Bulldozers Woodsvillc, N.H. Tel. 787-6280 .,--tf--r 787-6355. Edward C. Patten.  and our large ,,OUSE ,00OR RENT--00ta00e,y and small Graders Newbury house well situated. Owner to retain two rooms. Minor stipulations to be fairly insisted upon. No cats. Reasonable. 802-866-5670 or 802-866-5657.3t---8-5---c LISBON LIQUOR STORE location available for lease August 25th. Call 1-802-748- 8150. 4150 square feet. tf--7- 15--c FOR RENT- BRADFORD- One bedroom apartment, wall to wall carpeting, all utilities furnished. No children, no etS, one month security posit and references required. 802-222-9366. tf---6- 24---- HOUSE FOR RENT-- Attractive furnished country house on town road. Available Sept. thru May. Lease, security deposit, references required. Tel. 802-584-3316. 3t---7-29-- .w HOUSE FOR SALE-- Double tenement house. 2 barns. 10 acres land. $28,000. Must sell. Hall Lake, Newbury, Vt. 603- 353-4848. 8t--9-2--p COLEBROOK-- 5 acre camp lots onprivate read. $4,200. Beautiful views. $100. down. $60 per month to owner. Call (603) 882-5390. 6t--9-Z--- Peter Haubrich UFA opens new00 off00 PLMNFIELD, N.H. -- United Farm Agency, Inc., has opened a new sales office at Plainfield under the management of Peter Haubrich, broker. The new office is located on State Rt. 12A, one mile south of the village of Plainfield. The phone number is (603) 675- 5495. Haubrich was owner and manager of Glendower Farm, Inc., in South Newbury for eight years before entering the real estate field. He has had experience in farm management, appraisal and financing and will specialize in the marketing of dairy farms and country estates. He is past president of the Dairy Herd Improvement Association and chairman of the Plainfield Conservation Commission. He is also a Plainfield Water Cam- missioner. United Farm Agency, Inc., is a national real estate marketing organization now in its 55th year with 600 other offices in 47 states and 14 customer service centers in major cities. The company specializes in the sale of residential, business, commercial and recreational properties as well as farms and acreage. National headquarters are in Kansas City, Mo. D7 Bulldozer available for bigger tougher jobs, D3 bulldozer available for smaller jobs. For further information please call 747-3351 days and Leeds Ackerman after 6 p.m. evenings 787-6973. Sales of homes helps entire community The sale of an existing home penditures, $2,000 to $2,500, has more far-reaching economic effects on a com- munity than most people would imagine, says the North Country Board of Realtors. For instance, before a sale, owners spend an average of $500 to $1,000 to get the home ready for sale. At the time of the sale, expenditures of between $2,500 and $3,500 per home are generally made. During the first year of ownership, the new owner will probably spend from $2,000 to $2,500. Therefore, for every 100 existing homes sold, a com- munity reaps from $500,000 to $700,000 in economic benefits. And these figures do not in- clude the earnings of real estate practitioners and mortgage lenders. Prior to a sale, homeowners generally try to prepare their home so that prospective buyers will see it in the best possible light. Many home improvement and clean-up jobs are finished in the hope of attracting and expediting a sale. Major recipients of this spending activity, estimated at between $500 to $1,000, include painters, hardware and building supply stores, carpenters, roofing, plumbing and electrical contractors, rug and drapery cleaners, and appliance repair firms. Firms that benefit from the $2,500 to $3,500 spent at the time of the sale include moving companies, real estate appraisers, structural inspection firms, surveyors, property insurance and title insurance companies, and the local government, which benefits from fees and taxes paid. Expenditures at the time of the sale generally average around 3 to 5 percent of the selling price of the home, according to the Economics and Research Division of the National Association of Realtors. In addition, there is a strong link between buying a home and the subsequent, above average purchase of goods and services. In the 12 months following a transaction, homebuyers outspend long term homeowners by a sub- stantial margin. These after-sale ex- range from major capital improvements and the pur- chase of furnishings, to smaller household and yard items. The impact of home sales on a community is even more staggering when con- sideration is given to the subsequent rounds of spending which occur when the recipients of home sales spending such as movers, painters, and roofers take their increased earnings and spend them on a wide range of goods and services. Although difficult to pin-. point, the National Association of Realtors estimates that such spendirg totals an additional $1 to $1.5 million. Adding it all up, the sale of 100 existing homes can generate nearly $1.5 to $2 million in new business for merchants, service men and women and the country's economy. Taking this into consideration, it's easy to undernd.,why ap sLing. home sales component mut be considered when evaluating a community's economic health. Applieanls sought for U... aeademie BURLINGTON--U.S. Sen. Patrick J. Leahy today invited interested young Vermonters to apply for consideration for nomination to a U.S. Service Academy for the class n- tering the summer of 1982. The deadline for all in- formation required by the Senator is Nov. 1, 1951. The Senator said he will nominate to fill vacancies at the U.S. Military Academy, U.S. Naval Academy, the U.S. Air Force Academy and the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy. All candidates must be Vermont residents, in good physical condition, and at least 17. but net past 22, years of age by July 1, 1952. In ad- dition, Academy rules require that nominees he single and never have been married. The Senator said that those interested should write to him at his Vermont office, 135 Church Street, Burlington for further information, or con- tact LonAnn Lamson at 1-800- 642-3193. SHORT RATIONS This time of year, young cattle and dry cattle on pastures find it pretty hard to make a living. To keep them gaining, he sure they have hay available to make up for what they aren't getting on pasture. Hay is better feed than you think when compared to tough grass pastures. BITS OF INFORMATION Fighting fish are bred in Japan and Thailand for the purpose of competitive combat. VERMONT NEW BRADFORD Bradford Mini Mart Bradford Village Store Gore & Bancroft P&C Town Market CORINTH Covey's General Store EAST CORINTH McLam's Store FAIRLEE Chapman's Drug Store Coffin's Garage F airlee 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 WELLS RIVER Thomas Drug Store Village Quick Stop WEST FAIRLEE Eastman's Store WEST TOPSHAM Store BATH Bath Varlet LISBON The Family Drug LITTLETON Village Book LYME Nichoi's Aldrich's Store Doyles ORFORD Elm Brookside PIERMONT Gould's Four Wardrop's p.0 PIKE Pike Store WARREN Coach Kelley's People's Petco Scotty's A news especially for YOUl with You'll be in great shape, the weekly You can't beat our Journal Opinion and Second Opinion. People like different things and we offer something for everyone in the family.., for the housewife to start her day off right, for the working man to relax with after a hectic day at the office. For the convenience of home delivery subscribe to the Journal Opinion and get the Second Opinion as a bonuS. xJ.O0 in Vermont and New Hampshire q l.00 Out of State s7.00 Senior Citizen rates Journal i Opinion P. O. BOX 378 BRADFORD, VERMONT 05033 NAME ADDRESS TOWN STATE TEL. BITS OF INFORMATION According to folklore, if you dream of eating white grapes, it means that it will surely Tain the next day. + Page 6A-The Second Opinion-July 29, 1981 iR0000STATL00 FOR RENT NO. 4191 -- 78 acres, Bath, NH, $49.500; has fillalle and woods; almost 1 mile of River and rood frontage; terms from owner. NO. 4231-- 2133 acres, West Each, HH, $5,900: goed for year-round or recreation home. NO. 4245- House on 20 ceres, Ryegote, $45,000; almost dead-end rood; wooded acreage; secluded; excellent 11embrel-style house almost new. NO. 4276+- 105 acres, Wrlght's Mt., Bradford, $63,000; one of the most beoutifut parcels of land in VT. NO. 4292U- 10.7 acres, Vershire, Yt., near Judgement Ridge, $7,500. Wooded, views, town rood. NO. 4 $ t 2 --Mobile home an small lot, Hewbury, $23,500. NO. 4314- Wells River. This beautifully maintained 1839 home has 8 rooms and is located on a very nice tot. There are two baths, 2 zone, hot water baseboard heat and o 2 car 110roge. It is well insulated, has nice porches and o good garden spot. Taxes are approximately $800.00 per year. Price $45,000.00 ii , ,,,,m4i m'- i  ..... '  .  ......... i,  . Me. $ I I - Newbury. New, custom crafted, white coder, log home. Four rooms, expandable to six, with full basement and well insulated. Beautiful kitchen with spacious custom-built cabinets, lovely living area with custom-mode chondeliec. This welt-built home has o wood-gas com- bination heating system for low heat bill and is situated on 2 beautiful acres. Drive out today and see this lovely home I mile from route 302 on Scotch Hol|ow Rood. Price $49,900.00. go. 4121- 10 acres Newbury, Vt., $4,000; on Town Trail for V mile; same distance from electricity; good growing hardwoods; good for recreation and investment, but at present not good for year-round living; owner will finance. NO. 43 $6 - Ryegate Two for the price of ae -- New, nice 2-family home on prett, Jot. $44,900. NO. 4,140-- Neat retirement home on 2 beautiful acres on Goshen Rood in Bradford. $30,000, NO. 43l --Abandoned farm house on 65 acres, Newbury, $38,000. NO. 45SS - 6 Acres, Turkey Hill, Corinth, $6,21)11; beautiful open land, hig on o hill. Home and 60 Acres Chalet style summer house facing south with nice views; has 60 acres +-, open and wooded, lovely brook, one-third acre pond, and waterfall. Located on a town gravel road, private and secluded. Spring water, 4 rooms plus loft, I bath, wood flooring and paneling, electric heat and fireplace. 157,000. Colonial Village Home Located in nice village on paved road; first floor has kitchen, dining, two large living rooms, laundry and bath; second floor has four bedrooms; recently in- suXa oil tetNmt pb.m lu almce heaterl village water, septic system, recent plumbing; small barn with space for two cars and workshop. $24,500. 16.44 Acres 543 fto town road frontage -- nice building site with fine views -- land is open and wooded and has a southern exposure. $12,500. Chalet and 2 Acres This home has two parts-- one A4rame, the other a 1 story structure. Living room with stove and heatilator fireplace, skylights, kitchen-dining area, bath, and one bedroom on first floor; two bedrooms on second floor. Interior finished in rough pine, well-insulated for year- round living, well water, septic system, electric backup. In wooded area but accessible by town gravel road. $39.00o. RICHARDSON ASSOCIATES INCORPORATED 802-222-4043 VERMONT & . PROPERTIES "* *' Farms. Homes * Land * Condominiums MLS , Commercial. Vacation Rentals EALO' LTMI=  Lrle bm, ll, on 4.6 acres, has slc* for everything, Home Ms 5 BR, large living room, kitclm, bundry ond mud room. 1V baths, full lrsement. Apettmnt over garage with separate entrance end full bath. Ag this for  .......................... $75,1t0. VISNII geatomd tk IdnL 3 Bill.  ounffy kitchen, axposed limbos, decks, stone walls. Private rwol setting. ely modem syst(as. County eleporP , ........... .................... $11S,NO. Possible owner financing. HOUSE FOR SALE-- 7 NORTtl tlAVERHILL-- rooms, Bath, 3 bedrooms. Hot Recently remodeled, one water heat, Garage. Close to bedroom apartment. Clean, all services. Reasonable. carpeted, energy efficient Viola Powers, Woodsville, appliances, steam heat. N.H.747-3462. 3t--8-12--p Laundramat for tenants. $40. per week. Blaekmount apartments 603-787-6762. 8t--9-. The best in Modular Homes and Panelized Shells 749D.--BRADFORD -- Enjoy privacy in this 3 ranch home w-fireplaced living room, sliding glass doors in din. rm., large kit. w-many cabinets, w-w carpet, plus partially finished full basement. On 1 + acre. $48,0o0. 766D.--BRADFORD -- Newly renovated 3 bedrm. Cape on village lot with w-w- carpet, hardwood floors. Easy to heat. FHA approved. Excellent buy at $43,500.00 767D.--BRADFORD  A 1969 12' x 50', 2 bedrm. Pacemaker Trailer with enclosed porch, on one acre. Nice views, storage building, some fur- nishings. $20,000.00 733D.--BRADFORD -- Renovated Cape on village edge location. Modern kitchen, formal din. rm., wood stove hook-up, attached barn & workshop on 2 acres. $49,900.00 757D.--CORINTH -- 1800 Cape home w-ell & 4 bedrms., situated on a scenic 12 acre parcel w-9 acres of meadowland, brook bordering property. A great buy at $39,500.00 O'Brien Realty of Bradford JCT. 5 & "5 BRAI)FORD, VERMONT 05033 TEl,: 222-4703 l VALLEY ASSOCIATES OF BRADFORD 21 North Main Street 802-222-5544 WE MAY IIAVE A ilUYEH FOR YOUR IIOUSE. lAST WITlI US TODAY ! "h Office Indecenden fly Owned And Operated" i ii - I II II lb. $14-- 243 +- acres situated in the town of Tepsham which has rolling hills on either side end o mixture of both soft  hard wood. $11NI,0@O lb. lit-- 5 +- acres on the west side of Huih Lake Rood. 300' depth. Over 400' frontage on the road. Room for several camp sites. $11,0N lb. $114 -- Excellent building site is lacoted en this 13 +- oores parcel of lend. 10 +- acres open, rest wooded. Brook crosses property. Power close by. $l$,SOO lb. |111- 95 +- acros with approximately 2,765 feet frentogs en the W. Newbury-Bradford. Property is in the Town of Newbuty. $1t,NO lb. SOIl-- 90 +- acres partly open, portly wooded, with mognifkent views of the White Mountains. $90,0 lb. $117-- 33 +- 0ores situated in the Town of Corinth. Bordered by Pike Hill Rd., Brook Rd., end the so-culled Miller Rd. All year roods with eiK- tricity and telephone lines on road frontage. Property had strewn down the middle. $tt,tSO lb, $20- 10 +- acres of mixed hard and soft woods. Stream on property. Excellent building site for hame or cabin. $6,$1NI lb. SIR,-- 30 +- acn, of mixed herd end soft woods. Penurenm viewS. Frontoge en town rood with lets of privncy. $|6,$01 L lrITFOI,  I1  3 M, 3 Car detached garage, on 1 35 acre. Cenvenient to basic services, shapplng, schools. Woodstove included. Great Value at ... $6$,000. PIIll)NT, LOll r.abb 011 t.$ Am. With ponemmic views. 2.4 BR, 1 large both. Beautiful field,tone fireplace. Finished pine flears. Pine penciled vlis, easy care. All this fur only .................................. $$S,001. IO. VILE, VT.: II.! i that offers a little bit of everythin11, Views. birch groves, gsod westerly exposu, mostly hord' ...................... $14,(1. LIMi: Post &  1791 Cape 4 Mrms.-2 both. Newer outbuildings. Year-round bi'ook, close to skiwoy... $111J10, tVMls 1 ! .111 e. Possible views of Oar, mouth Skiwoy ................................. 82S,N11. LYi= $ licit wilt Iever pond -- ymr round GET RID OF LEECHES A number of inquiries have been received on leeches in swimming areas of ponds and lakes. By changing pl of the water, leeches can be eliminated. Use ground agricultural limestone at a rate of 100 pounds per surface acre over a depth of 0 to 5 feet. The lime is spread over the swimming area early in the morning before swimming begins, In principle, the treatment should be applied every day during height of leech season, usually warmest weather in late July and August. Leech season nor- mally lasts 2 to 3 weeks and thereafter a treatment every other day is sufficient. No permit from Water Resources is required for use of lime in waters of the state, DORIS R. COLTON-"-" REAL ESTATE East Thetford, VS. 05043 Telephone ( 802)333-4644 Richard (Dick) DeGoosh 333-9623 Mike O'Donnell 333-9620 MARTHA H. DAVIES REAL ESTATE At The,ford Pharmacy East Thetford, VS. 05043 (802)785-2849 Member Vt.-N.H. MLS APARTMENT FOENT-- Woodsville$]td floor, heat, d' Ulrking, separa _IIJdlqlFa nee. - Adulls preferred. 603-747-2437 anytime. 5T---8-G--pd AVAILABLE FOR IM- MEDIATE occupancy. A one and a two bedroom apart- mont. Both with bath, wall to NEWMAN ;LUMBER mVACUUM E COMPANY, INC. 00Xm.NCE Cdl Joe IPd 1.603-448-3787 SAL[:S & SERVICE BAGS & Softwood umber Monufocturera WOODSVILLE (603) 747 335!' NOW LOOKING FOR WORK FOR OUR wall carpeting, kitchen ap- pliances. Heat, lights, hot water, gas, and rubbish removal included in rent. Security deposit required. No D7G and 03 children or pets in this well managed building. Mt. l Gardner Apts., 43 Central St., Catepillar Bulldozers Woodsvillc, N.H. Tel. 787-6280 .,--tf--r 787-6355. Edward C. Patten.  and our large ,,OUSE ,00OR RENT--00ta00e,y and small Graders Newbury house well situated. Owner to retain two rooms. Minor stipulations to be fairly insisted upon. No cats. Reasonable. 802-866-5670 or 802-866-5657.3t---8-5---c LISBON LIQUOR STORE location available for lease August 25th. Call 1-802-748- 8150. 4150 square feet. tf--7- 15--c FOR RENT- BRADFORD- One bedroom apartment, wall to wall carpeting, all utilities furnished. No children, no etS, one month security posit and references required. 802-222-9366. tf---6- 24---- HOUSE FOR RENT-- Attractive furnished country house on town road. Available Sept. thru May. Lease, security deposit, references required. Tel. 802-584-3316. 3t---7-29-- .w HOUSE FOR SALE-- Double tenement house. 2 barns. 10 acres land. $28,000. Must sell. Hall Lake, Newbury, Vt. 603- 353-4848. 8t--9-2--p COLEBROOK-- 5 acre camp lots onprivate read. $4,200. Beautiful views. $100. down. $60 per month to owner. Call (603) 882-5390. 6t--9-Z--- Peter Haubrich UFA opens new00 off00 PLMNFIELD, N.H. -- United Farm Agency, Inc., has opened a new sales office at Plainfield under the management of Peter Haubrich, broker. The new office is located on State Rt. 12A, one mile south of the village of Plainfield. The phone number is (603) 675- 5495. Haubrich was owner and manager of Glendower Farm, Inc., in South Newbury for eight years before entering the real estate field. He has had experience in farm management, appraisal and financing and will specialize in the marketing of dairy farms and country estates. He is past president of the Dairy Herd Improvement Association and chairman of the Plainfield Conservation Commission. He is also a Plainfield Water Cam- missioner. United Farm Agency, Inc., is a national real estate marketing organization now in its 55th year with 600 other offices in 47 states and 14 customer service centers in major cities. The company specializes in the sale of residential, business, commercial and recreational properties as well as farms and acreage. National headquarters are in Kansas City, Mo. D7 Bulldozer available for bigger tougher jobs, D3 bulldozer available for smaller jobs. For further information please call 747-3351 days and Leeds Ackerman after 6 p.m. evenings 787-6973. Sales of homes helps entire community The sale of an existing home penditures, $2,000 to $2,500, has more far-reaching economic effects on a com- munity than most people would imagine, says the North Country Board of Realtors. For instance, before a sale, owners spend an average of $500 to $1,000 to get the home ready for sale. At the time of the sale, expenditures of between $2,500 and $3,500 per home are generally made. During the first year of ownership, the new owner will probably spend from $2,000 to $2,500. Therefore, for every 100 existing homes sold, a com- munity reaps from $500,000 to $700,000 in economic benefits. And these figures do not in- clude the earnings of real estate practitioners and mortgage lenders. Prior to a sale, homeowners generally try to prepare their home so that prospective buyers will see it in the best possible light. Many home improvement and clean-up jobs are finished in the hope of attracting and expediting a sale. Major recipients of this spending activity, estimated at between $500 to $1,000, include painters, hardware and building supply stores, carpenters, roofing, plumbing and electrical contractors, rug and drapery cleaners, and appliance repair firms. Firms that benefit from the $2,500 to $3,500 spent at the time of the sale include moving companies, real estate appraisers, structural inspection firms, surveyors, property insurance and title insurance companies, and the local government, which benefits from fees and taxes paid. Expenditures at the time of the sale generally average around 3 to 5 percent of the selling price of the home, according to the Economics and Research Division of the National Association of Realtors. In addition, there is a strong link between buying a home and the subsequent, above average purchase of goods and services. In the 12 months following a transaction, homebuyers outspend long term homeowners by a sub- stantial margin. These after-sale ex- range from major capital improvements and the pur- chase of furnishings, to smaller household and yard items. The impact of home sales on a community is even more staggering when con- sideration is given to the subsequent rounds of spending which occur when the recipients of home sales spending such as movers, painters, and roofers take their increased earnings and spend them on a wide range of goods and services. Although difficult to pin-. point, the National Association of Realtors estimates that such spendirg totals an additional $1 to $1.5 million. Adding it all up, the sale of 100 existing homes can generate nearly $1.5 to $2 million in new business for merchants, service men and women and the country's economy. Taking this into consideration, it's easy to undernd.,why ap sLing. home sales component mut be considered when evaluating a community's economic health. Applieanls sought for U... aeademie BURLINGTON--U.S. Sen. Patrick J. Leahy today invited interested young Vermonters to apply for consideration for nomination to a U.S. Service Academy for the class n- tering the summer of 1982. The deadline for all in- formation required by the Senator is Nov. 1, 1951. The Senator said he will nominate to fill vacancies at the U.S. Military Academy, U.S. Naval Academy, the U.S. Air Force Academy and the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy. All candidates must be Vermont residents, in good physical condition, and at least 17. but net past 22, years of age by July 1, 1952. In ad- dition, Academy rules require that nominees he single and never have been married. The Senator said that those interested should write to him at his Vermont office, 135 Church Street, Burlington for further information, or con- tact LonAnn Lamson at 1-800- 642-3193. SHORT RATIONS This time of year, young cattle and dry cattle on pastures find it pretty hard to make a living. 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