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Page 4A-The Second Opinion-August 5, 1981 Catholic social agency in Littleton Receptionist, report that while the provision of the various social services of the agency experienced only minor in- terruption following the physical relocation of the agency&apos;s office from its for- mer location at 20 Main Street in Littleton to its new Lane House addi'ess, this Spring, all services are being provided at this time. "We are very pleased with our new location" Mr. Daigle e / explained, "and see it as being !  particularly suited for o,,ur  II developing programs . i A,  Among other valuable assets ] z; '1 •  ' about our new office space is I = 'U: 4rhL its wheelchair accessibility". I :4 ". ":" " Staff members further noted  I   1 () I ITTI FTON -- While corn- retaining its same telephone that while this is a regional     ..' , |l ;leting  its 12th year of number, 444-7727. office which results in much of : i  ] | I€Y("] "; oixration in this area, the The staff, which presently staff time being spent in going  .   I Northern New ttampshix'e consists of Denis Daigle, to various parts of northern "   [    • Regional (.)ffice of Catholic ACSW, Regional Office New Hampshire, it is im- ; h  I    / DIIII| Sca:ial Ser ices recently began Supervisor, Gall Miles, BSW, pertant that people in the .  II I [  ]l, .1_ Ill[hr providing its social services Social Worker, Virginia immediate area who come to i I ] I I w2 i 1 .=.= . mu h',)m its newly acquired of-Bergeron, Secretary- the Littleton office of Catholic • I I I i Ii M 1/11111"1' rices at the "Lane House," 16 Receptionist, and Josephine Social Servic are able t ° • 1 1 I • l  --''return-- Cottage Street, Littleton, Parker, part time Secretary- experience a 'barrier-free • I I J • l  (LJr|l meeting place• l ' ! I 1 I " our, urn-.- , ,.. l i I ' I I i LEAGUE l Apple pu:mg • ! | I I L SCDB.OCrSV.O. CONCORD--The New - : - : It11I11KR1Oi1111 ' 1'' .  k ,2' | PI ..... HOISTING VERMONT-- Joe Canevaro (lea) and . " Ham snire Department el lll .'N 'Employment Security has Robert Klein, members of Rockefeller Center's DAI[AI ' ; 'l'lllgt llllr -V(, ] announced that apple growers protection division, raise the Vermont state flag, one 114 Aal.i-;;-POllm-lelvallll. i:' 1    '. 4.. | throughout the state nave of four state flags displayed in a place of honor in the M.,. l..a=,im Hok ., ' IF/.,,.,  t,k(- | placed job orders with the Channel Gardens the walkwa,, h,----. F'"" s ...... 'l.o.lg. ll-.-C.mN't41tlmrltmtlvlla m  ", m,,*,.m- .v- ,,,. _v- " '^nc'" f^r ale ;"ke "^ ' "7 ......... " ..... " " °" " " =  .X X- alc y u VP t a ta u w:ew € t',\\;kv,)" I hat.vest the 1981apple crop. and the Lower Plaza in Rockefeller Center. The l l l’lIP t v t x .N x" _ | It is estimated that at least Vermont state flag is being flown the week of July G as in i il n l''/\\;L,.   500 apple picke will  part of the Center's "Salute to America," a summer- ) V neeaed full-time to narvest ion ro ram of .   IF, ] this "ear's cr .... the "- g p g events and activities devoted to ,',." - JV | nouncmentsai( P' "'- celebrating the United States Each week from now I ._     e,m 1 y   . • .  t'.    Anyone interested in picking through September, four different state flags will be ] _ J[J[J[ ,f l. IlI'.0Q<’, O ( k | apples during August, Sep- flown, in order of the state's admittance to the union [  | 11 t':,l (=7 -- 1 r ,'X". t fv 171_  tember, and October should ] "lrw ' ' ' ."_'_ ..... "'" i 11" .(.,% 4,.Vk  | contact the nearest local - i [, Woodsville. N.H. ' d.'Sre "  t employment Security Office "'' " .... llr/. X'X x f." F"I- | for further information.  K'I __ 1 -- .. l'r.9, C.O "  I Appleowersaeprpar W t.ar(len cart t;, - , ,€ - -.; .IY,-,,X) .,*0    to talk with appnicans ana "K " .--)w.:.. 1 " ''.LQ"   | make arrangements to start (contihued from page IA) carriage bolts. :" flonr, Tha Ilir h+ A,,,,,, ll[ r " '"   picking apples as soon as the bedifficult to make if you There are various types of ta,,, nou ;;uut rway, r ,,v k.l | erda rinens in the various work with aluminum. Steel wheels to choose: bicycle In Air Conditioned Comfort / "" -- bars are workable if ouhave wheels, wheels for A " r .... " / sectmns of the State. . Y  ---- ........ | eqmpment (a torch) to heat wheelbarrows, wheels for  /I • r .zr i , I i' I • L " •  | -- the bend areas• Drill holes carts. Wheel diameter should   | VL ,1€ ', [, O | through ,the legs and then not be less than l6 ,hutitcan • ".Nk'[ |v7 " ]k ....... • , .,,...=-- v | BITS OF INFORMATION attach them with ," x 1/2 '' be as much as 20". If the "   " i MAIN STREET ] Americans George Harbo bolts, latter, adjust the length of the  | ............. d Fr lt/"ll----! ,x, | an ank Samuelson in 1896 Make the handle (parts 5 legs to extend below the  M"  II |lllllll uxxrturtj[L, V . , became the only two men in and 6) and then attacl,,to the bottom of the bin an additional • -' O,&....i,.. A..,...-- O&L 1  -.€)0 l history' to row across the bin with glue and ;, x 2 2. ' / amraay, auflusx ,In m l ------ v-----  Atlantic rd  " or  .... - • Use standa /2 s I " - - • 2tdrr'a:Sn::=r? / "Bob Hanney And | iIII. • o a.eJmV  d i n....:,.i,, t • . rang ..o__zse Y"a l nuUlUltUU I ,ll'll,l,,,' 1,=   on the axlese are made .... [[''bV'// [_la-..---lLrLLrtr"=aLLl so you jus( them on with a  - LJA,IJ  • hammer to secure them on the l= • ax6vv:adliwood arts a coat of MAKE YOUR RESERVATION EARLY! I " .  I P No Guarantee On Secific Seatin"Ar o [. ............................ exterior grade sealer; leave " J 0. [ ............. -=.'---'-, -  " ' . ' - -- - -- -- 1 natural or follow with a paint Call (603) 747-2505 or 747-2840 I I/ TANK I°'°r°'yourc"°'ce" I$0 Mens snore uoys shorts Mens ana Doys ' -- ys " ' " - " , P= =, ^ . and .and. , 1250000o °'', 25%' TOeS oF Mens deluxe Uens wranller Lady SHIP'n'SHORE I I! s.o00s. SWEATSHIRT I 1 l[ , , BLOUSESI I. il ootleg A...,..ee, ,. n,:,: n -. b l TM I" I/'" ''-'rr' "'i'"l gt '88 , . . Reg. 9.99 ,, ' Size 27-46 ' . Watchin elevnsnon ................. _ , _ ll ' .... ;" ..... : "Ladies better 'i ' Ladies I can make you Ladnes l, Lad,es ------- . l re'" BLOUSES/I SKIRTS URE0000E$ vnnyl II lllF Ir  L Vql ro /I ...... D It I IdWglt Dn ,n competitive times like these, your education can make " """ /1 prints ana SOllOS and illnl]l!="l/ adifference, lt can affect your ability to get ahead tochange •  careers, ogrtotindthekin' ' dofjobyou rea lywant. e}IIOT_OFFtl =,- tr/nrr _ half-sizes 'IA m But if you're like manypeople, youcan'tfindthetime !--O/O Illln urr $1OFF a, m to attena cmsses on campus. Rea 7QK +n 19€1K II ill IV  Rea K99 n Now, you can earn college credits at home. :-[6:-';" I1 "-.'! ' ' - .... ,'. ', ,. ,.uu I • Classes begin Sept. 7 on all Vermont ETV channels. Pants master I/ Id meatirt Ladies Childre.s d0thine I Find out more about college courses on television etmrdinaf t i ---,-, , O A 1=U I IJ [ , , . • by mailing in the COUl::.n. After all. you're a busy person, but -"::":" .': II v neck oMln U 111,1 SlaCKS, Shorts, 1 not too Busy to get ahead. d0ubleknit I! or hooded 11 iT' tops, • For further information- and seersucker ] -e'-- , .Ul/ buster brown 1 Call collect " slacks $6 1 • ,k :0000OFF OFF I (802)447-0123 blazer $i tl I lip i 0 £ 70 n MorL-Fri. 9am to 9pm " "_._-- It .... it .... ., ,.,, 1 or return this coupon: 37Ff00r.T-n00nRcIA nliNT WORK,00HO00_00 llll/ lillllil I lillll/ I IV V VI iC rite .... m Mai po : Please send me II more inforrrtlOn oN MARKED DOWN FOR CLEARANCE. I Vermont ETV College Courses ..,,i iLts_: I I I    I C/o Vermon! College co,%",,- " l WHERE ALL THE GOOD BUYS ABEl i Montpelier vermont 05602 BContemporaryHealthlssues I n..  o :.%,7.:Z.,.... n m Name  , so,,, o, , , , ,.,o,,.,,. I j[dFes _ ........... 13 I1'$ Everybody's Business i • nA'"ijIl'y ° tlOtUO' .-. t ,.", __ , E xaee the comlx  rl U I Zip Code j o o u,.,.i.o Hum.. ,..,.. [lilliliiilllila liilll i William K: Arps, C, KA.. CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT Financial and Estate Planning Personal and Business Tax Preparation Newbury Villag:0N=pur,:ermont O | " ’0mp/kopmce & iv Rep S & USED . . . g CAR ' • 1 EXPERT t BODY ] WOItK  SI 802- 'Fabeating Rt. 25 E. Cortnth, Yr. I I o.,,. Dud's Inc. , --' Jl. Ovltl 1000 TIlIIIII IN '’OCK :Smith Auto Sal, - Route 120 Lebanon, N.H. suia/o,= .. ' C] 6054411-3500 .. -""" or call Joe Loschiavo Bradford, Vt. 802-43 ri - ;:T=-;: WALKINS WELCOME FREE TRANSI)RTATION FOR SENIOR LENA CORTI, Own( • & Ms • ROUTE 26 ,,,,ram €' " m,,=:hai"nm .... ill E'T'I slIOI, CAROL BIGELOW OWNII • OPtPUTOn MAIN STR UNDA MACCINI NO. OPIRAIOR Page 4A-The Second Opinion-August 5, 1981 Catholic social agency in Littleton Receptionist, report that while the provision of the various social services of the agency experienced only minor in- terruption following the physical relocation of the agency's office from its for- mer location at 20 Main Street in Littleton to its new Lane House addi'ess, this Spring, all services are being provided at this time. "We are very pleased with our new location" Mr. Daigle e / explained, "and see it as being !  particularly suited for o,,ur  II developing programs . i A,  Among other valuable assets ] z; '1 •  ' about our new office space is I = 'U: 4rhL its wheelchair accessibility". I :4 ". ":" " Staff members further noted  I   1 () I ITTI FTON -- While corn- retaining its same telephone that while this is a regional     ..' , |l ;leting  its 12th year of number, 444-7727. office which results in much of : i  ] | I€Y("] "; oixration in this area, the The staff, which presently staff time being spent in going  .   I Northern New ttampshix'e consists of Denis Daigle, to various parts of northern "   [    • Regional (.)ffice of Catholic ACSW, Regional Office New Hampshire, it is im- ; h  I    / DIIII| Sca:ial Ser ices recently began Supervisor, Gall Miles, BSW, pertant that people in the .  II I [  ]l, .1_ Ill[hr providing its social services Social Worker, Virginia immediate area who come to i I ] I I w2 i 1 .=.= . mu h',)m its newly acquired of-Bergeron, Secretary- the Littleton office of Catholic • I I I i Ii M 1/11111"1' rices at the "Lane House," 16 Receptionist, and Josephine Social Servic are able t ° • 1 1 I • l  --''return-- Cottage Street, Littleton, Parker, part time Secretary- experience a 'barrier-free • I I J • l  (LJr|l meeting place• l ' ! I 1 I " our, urn-.- , ,.. l i I ' I I i LEAGUE l Apple pu:mg • ! | I I L SCDB.OCrSV.O. CONCORD--The New - : - : It11I11KR1Oi1111 ' 1'' .  k ,2' | PI ..... HOISTING VERMONT-- Joe Canevaro (lea) and . " Ham snire Department el lll .'N 'Employment Security has Robert Klein, members of Rockefeller Center's DAI[AI ' ; 'l'lllgt llllr -V(, ] announced that apple growers protection division, raise the Vermont state flag, one 114 Aal.i-;;-POllm-lelvallll. i:' 1    '. 4.. | throughout the state nave of four state flags displayed in a place of honor in the M.,. l..a=,im Hok ., ' IF/.,,.,  t,k(- | placed job orders with the Channel Gardens the walkwa,, h,----. F'"" s ...... 'l.o.lg. ll-.-C.mN't41tlmrltmtlvlla m  ", m,,*,.m- .v- ,,,. _v- " '^nc'" f^r ale ;"ke "^ ' "7 ......... " ..... " " °" " " =  .X X- alc y u VP t a ta u w:ew € t',\\;kv,)" I hat.vest the 1981apple crop. and the Lower Plaza in Rockefeller Center. The l l l’lIP t v t x .N x" _ | It is estimated that at least Vermont state flag is being flown the week of July G as in i il n l''/\\;L,.   500 apple picke will  part of the Center's "Salute to America," a summer- ) V neeaed full-time to narvest ion ro ram of .   IF, ] this "ear's cr .... the "- g p g events and activities devoted to ,',." - JV | nouncmentsai( P' "'- celebrating the United States Each week from now I ._     e,m 1 y   . • .  t'.    Anyone interested in picking through September, four different state flags will be ] _ J[J[J[ ,f l. IlI'.0Q<’, O ( k | apples during August, Sep- flown, in order of the state's admittance to the union [  | 11 t':,l (=7 -- 1 r ,'X". t fv 171_  tember, and October should ] "lrw ' ' ' ."_'_ ..... "'" i 11" .(.,% 4,.Vk  | contact the nearest local - i [, Woodsville. N.H. ' d.'Sre "  t employment Security Office "'' " .... llr/. X'X x f." F"I- | for further information.  K'I __ 1 -- .. l'r.9, C.O "  I Appleowersaeprpar W t.ar(len cart t;, - , ,€ - -.; .IY,-,,X) .,*0    to talk with appnicans ana "K " .--)w.:.. 1 " ''.LQ"   | make arrangements to start (contihued from page IA) carriage bolts. :" flonr, Tha Ilir h+ A,,,,,, ll[ r " '"   picking apples as soon as the bedifficult to make if you There are various types of ta,,, nou ;;uut rway, r ,,v k.l | erda rinens in the various work with aluminum. Steel wheels to choose: bicycle In Air Conditioned Comfort / "" -- bars are workable if ouhave wheels, wheels for A " r .... " / sectmns of the State. . Y  ---- ........ | eqmpment (a torch) to heat wheelbarrows, wheels for  /I • r .zr i , I i' I • L " •  | -- the bend areas• Drill holes carts. Wheel diameter should   | VL ,1€ ', [, O | through ,the legs and then not be less than l6 ,hutitcan • ".Nk'[ |v7 " ]k ....... • , .,,...=-- v | BITS OF INFORMATION attach them with ," x 1/2 '' be as much as 20". If the "   " i MAIN STREET ] Americans George Harbo bolts, latter, adjust the length of the  | ............. d Fr lt/"ll----! ,x, | an ank Samuelson in 1896 Make the handle (parts 5 legs to extend below the  M"  II |lllllll uxxrturtj[L, V . , became the only two men in and 6) and then attacl,,to the bottom of the bin an additional • -' O,&....i,.. A..,...-- O&L 1  -.€)0 l history' to row across the bin with glue and ;, x 2 2. ' / amraay, auflusx ,In m l ------ v-----  Atlantic rd  " or  .... - • Use standa /2 s I " - - • 2tdrr'a:Sn::=r? / "Bob Hanney And | iIII. • o a.eJmV  d i n....:,.i,, t • . rang ..o__zse Y"a l nuUlUltUU I ,ll'll,l,,,' 1,=   on the axlese are made .... [[''bV'// [_la-..---lLrLLrtr"=aLLl so you jus( them on with a  - LJA,IJ  • hammer to secure them on the l= • ax6vv:adliwood arts a coat of MAKE YOUR RESERVATION EARLY! I " .  I P No Guarantee On Secific Seatin"Ar o [. ............................ exterior grade sealer; leave " J 0. [ ............. -=.'---'-, -  " ' . ' - -- - -- -- 1 natural or follow with a paint Call (603) 747-2505 or 747-2840 I I/ TANK I°'°r°'yourc"°'ce" I$0 Mens snore uoys shorts Mens ana Doys ' -- ys " ' " - " , P= =, ^ . and .and. , 1250000o °'', 25%' TOeS oF Mens deluxe Uens wranller Lady SHIP'n'SHORE I I! s.o00s. SWEATSHIRT I 1 l[ , , BLOUSESI I. il ootleg A...,..ee, ,. n,:,: n -. b l TM I" I/'" ''-'rr' "'i'"l gt '88 , . . Reg. 9.99 ,, ' Size 27-46 ' . Watchin elevnsnon ................. _ , _ ll ' .... ;" ..... : "Ladies better 'i ' Ladies I can make you Ladnes l, Lad,es ------- . l re'" BLOUSES/I SKIRTS URE0000E$ vnnyl II lllF Ir  L Vql ro /I ...... D It I IdWglt Dn ,n competitive times like these, your education can make " """ /1 prints ana SOllOS and illnl]l!="l/ adifference, lt can affect your ability to get ahead tochange •  careers, ogrtotindthekin' ' dofjobyou rea lywant. e}IIOT_OFFtl =,- tr/nrr _ half-sizes 'IA m But if you're like manypeople, youcan'tfindthetime !--O/O Illln urr $1OFF a, m to attena cmsses on campus. Rea 7QK +n 19€1K II ill IV  Rea K99 n Now, you can earn college credits at home. :-[6:-';" I1 "-.'! ' ' - .... ,'. ', ,. ,.uu I • Classes begin Sept. 7 on all Vermont ETV channels. Pants master I/ Id meatirt Ladies Childre.s d0thine I Find out more about college courses on television etmrdinaf t i ---,-, , O A 1=U I IJ [ , , . • by mailing in the COUl::.n. After all. you're a busy person, but -"::":" .': II v neck oMln U 111,1 SlaCKS, Shorts, 1 not too Busy to get ahead. d0ubleknit I! or hooded 11 iT' tops, • For further information- and seersucker ] -e'-- , .Ul/ buster brown 1 Call collect " slacks $6 1 • ,k :0000OFF OFF I (802)447-0123 blazer $i tl I lip i 0 £ 70 n MorL-Fri. 9am to 9pm " "_._-- It .... it .... ., ,.,, 1 or return this coupon: 37Ff00r.T-n00nRcIA nliNT WORK,00HO00_00 llll/ lillllil I lillll/ I IV V VI iC rite .... m Mai po : Please send me II more inforrrtlOn oN MARKED DOWN FOR CLEARANCE. I Vermont ETV College Courses ..,,i iLts_: I I I    I C/o Vermon! College co,%",,- " l WHERE ALL THE GOOD BUYS ABEl i Montpelier vermont 05602 BContemporaryHealthlssues I n..  o :.%,7.:Z.,.... n m Name  , so,,, o, , , , ,.,o,,.,,. I j[dFes _ ........... 13 I1'$ Everybody's Business i • nA'"ijIl'y ° tlOtUO' .-. t ,.", __ , E xaee the comlx  rl U I Zip Code j o o u,.,.i.o Hum.. ,..,.. [lilliliiilllila liilll i William K: Arps, C, KA.. CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT Financial and Estate Planning Personal and Business Tax Preparation Newbury Villag:0N=pur,:ermont O | " ’0mp/kopmce & iv Rep S & USED . . . g CAR ' • 1 EXPERT t BODY ] WOItK  SI 802- 'Fabeating Rt. 25 E. Cortnth, Yr. I I o.,,. Dud's Inc. , --' Jl. Ovltl 1000 TIlIIIII IN '’OCK :Smith Auto Sal, - Route 120 Lebanon, N.H. suia/o,= .. ' C] 6054411-3500 .. -""" or call Joe Loschiavo Bradford, Vt. 802-43 ri - ;:T=-;: WALKINS WELCOME FREE TRANSI)RTATION FOR SENIOR LENA CORTI, Own( • & Ms • ROUTE 26 ,,,,ram €' " m,,=:hai"nm .... ill E'T'I slIOI, CAROL BIGELOW OWNII • OPtPUTOn MAIN STR UNDA MACCINI NO. OPIRAIOR