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: August 5, 1981-The Second Opinion-Page 7A PROPOSED EXPLANATION FOR CITIZENS ] |Y law, every proposed regulation must be published Ifabbreviated notice form on a weekly basis in ,...a newspapers in the state.  purpose of publishing these regulations is to give 1 a chance to respond, orally or in writing. The law also the agency must hold a public hearing on a proposed 0" 0JJ_ tiOn if 25 persons or an association having at least f rnSmbers requests it in writing. [] IE O_ get a copy of a rule or make suggestions to the ._Y, call or write the contact person listed below for regulation. You can also make comments to the rlf .llJQtive Committee which reviews regulations by unttO::pcting the Committee on Administrative Rules, State JSe, Montpelier, VT 05602 (telephone: 828-2231 ). You JP/also write to the Secretary of State, 109 State Street, _,,on Building Montpelier, call this office Mill&apos;e at 1-800->42-5155. VT 05602, or HELP WANTED "0000CTIVE SERVICE DAY CARE [mont Proposed Rule 81-P60 00NCY: Social and Rehabilitation Services FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Cheryl GJoser, R , nization and Operations Anal t, Social and bilitation Services, 103 SouthYSMain Street, _ 00Nbk i?ATIOllS 00[00NCY: Department of Motor Vehicles El) U '  Haro;d'one, 00CY: Department of Motor Vehicles 16 1 CONTACT: Harold Cone, 00C'E00MOrE00.0000EC.O.m.U00 . .nt Proposed Rule 81 -P63 00lCy: of Motor Vehicles Department RTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Harold Cone, iI iDInspector, Department of Motor Vehicles (see BUs i NSI;ECTio0000N UAL ont Proposed Rule 81 -P64 0000NCy: Department of Motor Vehicles JRTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Harold Cone, ector, Department of Ntor Vehicles (see i .ate. +us +.+,_++ .......... 00cy: Department of Motor Vehicles 0000U_00mE'00NFORMAT,ON CONTACT: Russ., ant of Motor ., 120 State Street, Montpelier, VT 2121, ext. 59. 05602. r'00A-00-USE PERMITS t Proposed Rule 81-P66 : Department of Motor Vehicles LFURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Russell IL I' Chief of Veh cle Permits, Deportment of Motor 00/VER Ib Department of Motor Vehicles [kFUirHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Laura E. F/b.irector of Law Admin stration, Department of Vlhiles, 1 20 State Street, Montpelier, VT 05602. " DOCUMENTS 00partment of Motor Vehicles l"-rklER INFORMATION CONTACT: Laura E. !/rector of Law Administration, Department of OR DISCHARGE OF .... The Traffic Committee 'J" S INFORMATION CONTACT: Sgt. Lane +1" ecretary, Vermont Traffic Committee, Pub,,c S00fe,y, Baldwin Street, Nnt- STOPPING A_NO USE , Traffic Committee CUNZS . k:Pod Rule 81-P71 . Sacral Welfare L',id R INFORMATION CONTACT: James Barre, Ei(Sistant Director, Social Welfare Depart-  05676. ;uAkd+ ki00[es I ' I00a.00r.d _of Privm Investieative /[0000s[Office of the [,.00hr00'00retaty of State /0000;ON--CONTACT: Re.do, h ' ,.hir m a . . p gati v-e an; Security mace, CARD OF THANKS We would like to thank the Woodsville Guaranty Savings Bank, Allen's Western Auto Store, L & J Enterprises, Alden Signs and Stoddard Implement for making the 1st Annual Bathtub Race a big success. Many thanks, Connecticut Valley Jaycees PSB HEARING RE: MUNICIPAL CALLING A hearing officer of the Public Service Rexford E. Roberts, Hearing Examiner, will hold a hearing on Thursday, August 6, 1981 at 7: 00 P.M. at the Town Hall in Newbury, Vermont i IN RE: Petition of Vermont Alliance vs. New! England Telephone and Telegraph Company and ! Continental Telephone Company of Vermont, Inc. regarding the municipal calling plan procedures ans the billing relating to same. nc= oe $990 DOWN and 60 months at Moln'olsate $143; Princess 12 wide 2 By virtue of a power of mid contained in o certain rnnrtgege deed given by bedroom, with Hardwood MmA. E. Hughesau.Hs, floors thruout, cathedral olh of 1 0 Posh Roed, Den, O ceiling, l/ baths. All fur- o682o, to in Ceoeive emk, o nished, del. and set up. Cash cporolion established by low and having o principal place of business at 133 Pleaumt Street, Berlin, N Hmpshire 03570, doted Jonumy 3, 1976 and recorded in Libor 1271, Folio 285 of the Grafton County Registry af Deeds, the original of whkh nm be examined O1 the be4orememinnad office of the said mortgagee, the present holder of the said mortgage, pursuant to and in execution of said power and for brouch of condition, and for the purpose of foreclosing the same will sell, at public auction on Friday, August 28, 1981 nt 1:00 o'clock in the afternoon at the premises having no street or hi0hwo y number, but which ore lacott on the westorly side of Mont Vernon Drive, opposite that drive's southnosterty in- tersertinn with Mont Vernon Lane in the Mountain Lake Subdivision of Hvethifl, New Hampshire, the property described in said mortgage as foHews; "A certain parcel of land, with the buildings thereon, situated in Haverhill, Grofton County, Now Hampshire, bounded and described as follows: "Lot Thirty C (30C), Section Four (4) as shown on a plan of land entitled, 'Revised Subdivision Plan, Mountain Lake, Section Four, Hovorldll, New Hompshire', doted November 1969, drawn by W. Robert Nolte & Associates, Land Surveyors and duly recorded with the Grofton County Registry of Deeds in Bo 1111, Page 45. "This convelnco is mode subiect to and with the benefit of easements in, over and under the streets shown on said plan for the installation of public utilities including water, electricity, drainage and telephone. "Ttds conveyance is also mode subject to and with the benefit of certain convenants and easements set forth in on instrument entitled, 'Mountain Lake Subdivision Property Coveoonts and Easements', duly recorded with said Deeds in Book 1047, Page 123, and with the right to use the streets, beaches, lake and recreation anms shown on said plan and o plan rordod with 49 with LOW INCOME ELECTIONS To the Board of Directors of The Central Vermont Community Action Council Eight people, plus one alternate for each will be elected to represent area low income residents for a one-year term on the CVCAC Board. ELECTION SCHEDULE AUGUST 13, 7:00 PM. TWO RIVERS E.H AREA (1 SEAT); OLD ACADEMY, MAIN STREET, BRAD- FORD Includes cities and towns of: Bradford, Chelsea, Corinth, Fairlee, Newbury, Stratford, Thetford, Topsham, Tunbridge, Vershire, West Fairlee AUGUST 18, 6:30 PM. LAMOILLE COUNTY AREA (2 SEATS); VFW ON PLEASANT STREET (BEHIND GRANGE HALL) MORRISVILLE "For title see deed of Verne A. Sherman, et ux., to Town end Country Homes, inc., doly recorded with said Deeds in Book 1049, e 250; for authorizetion to execute and ivor see corporate vote with said Deeds in Book 1040, Fofio 231. "Being all and the some premises conveyed by Town and Country Homes, Inc., to Michael A. E. Hughes and June f. Hughes by Warranty Deed dated 4/19/75, recorded in said Deeds, Book 1246, Page 351 ." AUCTION Said sole will be made subject to any and all lions which may be entitled to preredence over said mortgage, if any such there be. Terms of (de: Seventy-five hondrnd and no/I00 dollars ($7,500.00) in cash or by earthed or cashier's check to be pid by the porchoser at the time and pldce of sale. Terms for payment of bahnce will be made at the time and place of sate. Dated at Woodsville, New I'mthire, this 27th day of July, 1981. BERLIN COOPERATIVE BANK By Its Attorneys BRUCKNER PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION By: Gregory M. Ser 9 ice $6,600. APR 18 per cent ate $8,580, Citation Mobile Homes, Rt. 12 Charlestown, N.H. I t--8-5---c 19,995; (1981) 14 wide 2 bedr. TITAN all furnished, del. and set up. or $999 down and invest $164 for 144 months. APR 19.25 per cent Note $23,616. This is not a 70' or even a 65' BUT at this price, you can't even buy a good used home, and this home has the HUD seal, so you know it's quality. Closed Wed. Open Sundays. 826-5118 Ctation Mobile Homes Rt. 12 Charlestown, NH. It---S-5--c DREAM HOME; by Liberty, 70x14 3 bedr. with the exciting, private circle kitchen. Walk m by window, super large living room, with a wood burning fireplace, and the bathroom, of course has the garden tub. All furnished, del. and set up, only $16,900 or $1,700 down and $274 for 144 months. APR 19.25 per cent Note $39,456. Closed Wed. Open Sundays Fairlane Mobile Homes, Rt. 3 Triton, NH. 1t--8-5--- RAMADA 70x14 3 bedr. front living room, $12.995; all furnished, del. and set up. Many people consider e Ramada to be the Cadilac of mobile homes, and this one is really nice. Fairlane Mobile Homes, Rt. 3 Triton, NH. 1t--8-5--c 2 BEDROOM TRAILER for sale. Route 113 West Fairlee, 1 mile from B&B Market. Brown House in front across from farm. Furnished oil tank and stair 10 x 36 $1700.50. 2t--s-5--pd COME SEE OUR new Win- dsor Harrison and Titan homes. Used specials include 12' wide, 3 bedroom, fur- nisbed, $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 VERY CLEAN AND MODERN Mobile Home for sale in quiet mobile home park. Can be furnished or not. Priced for quick sale. 603-747- 3376. 4t---8-5--c CLASSIFIEDS Offering a e " I y known brands such as Jor- dache, Vanderbilt, Calvin Klein, Sedgefield, Levi and, over 70 other brands. $12,500.00 includes beginning inventory, airfare for 1 to the apparel center, training, fixtures and Grand Opening Promotions. Call Mr. Laughlin at Mademoiselle Fashions 612- 8ss-1s04. lt---5--pd 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 1-80(0874-4780. tt---s-5--p AIRLESS PAINT spraying of new construction, com- mercial, farm buildings and metal roofs, Valley Painting Company, 802-333-9393. 3-25- tf--c WANTED-- Bookkeeping in 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 Includes cities and towns of: Belvidere, Cambridge, Eden, Elmore, Hyde Park, Johnson, Morristown, Stowe, Waterbury, Waterville, Wolcott AUGUST 14, 7:00 PM. TWO RIVERS WEST (I SEAT) CVCAC BETHEL OUTREACH OFFICE, MAIN STREET, BETHEL Includes cities and towns of: Barnard, Bethel, Braintree, Brookfield, Granville, Hancock, Pittsfield, Randolph, Roche=ter, Royalton, Sharon, Stockbridge AUGUST 17, 7:'00 + PM. WASHINGTON DISTRICT AREA (4 SEATS) BROOKSIDE SCHOOL, MER- CHANT STREET EXTENSION, BARRE Includes cities and towns of: Barre City, Barre Town, Berlin, Cabot, Calais, Duxbury, Fayston, East Mow tpelier, Marshfield, Middlesex, Montpelier, Moretown, Northfield, Orange, Plainfield, Roxbury, Waitsfield, Warren, Washington, Williamstown, Woodbury, Worcester AUCTION WANTED Anyone may run for office, but voters must meet federal low income guidelines. Candidates and voters must live in area of election. Candidates may get on ballot by nomination at the election or by petition. Forms may be obtained at CVCAC outreach offices. Call tell-free 800422-4495 for more information. 11011i O NMilM6 ON ALLOWANa O Witt STAT! OF VlllMiNIt IN THE NLtTTER OF 1HE ESTATE OF  J. Omt PROTE COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF To the heirs at low end all persons interested in the Estate of Viro J. Gray, bte of Newhery, in said District, deceased: You ore notifhKI that a written in- strumeot dated January 14, 1976, and purporting to be the Last Will and Testament of said deceased has been presented to the Probate Court for the District of Bradford by Lonn M. Thomas, with a petition requesting Prohota thereof. The hearing thereon has been scheduled for the 24th (Joy of August, 1981 nt I0:00 a.m. at the Probate Court, Wells River, Vermont. You By Oppeer then and there to show cause, if any you nmy hove, why the said instrument should not be allowed as the Lest Will and Testament of the deceased. Doted this 21 st day of Joly, 1981. I sl Wane N. Vimonu SOIK! OF MOITGAGn's SAL! By virtue of a power of sam contained in a certain mortgnge deed given by Paul D. Nedovich and Joan V. Nedovich, hath of 55 Grovoway, Ointon, Connecticut 06413, to the Berlin Cooperative Bank, a cerpuratim established by low and having o principal place of business at 133 Pleasant Street, Berlin, New Hampshire 03570, doted August 6, 1973, and recorded in Lihor 1200, Folio 344 of the Gmflon County Registry of Deeds, the orlginnl of tony be exemimd at the boforemontioned office of the se morlgagee, e presem holder of the said rnortgage, pursmnt to in execution of mid pow ond for brooch of condition, and for the purpose of forclosing the s will sell, at public auction on Wednesday AuguSt 12, 1981 at 4:30 o'cEk in the ofterneon at the premises, hoving no street er. highway number, but whkh ere lecotee on me Northedy side of Monodnock Drive in the Moumain Lake Subdivision of Hoverhil!, New Hompr, hlre, the property described m said mortgage as follows: "A certain parcel of lord situated in Haverhill, Grofton County, New Homlnhim, bounded and described as follows: i i lef_li0[O]/l [I I / "Lot TweMy-nine (29) Section One (1) as shown on Oplno of land entitled ...... MOIIKi OF--MAIBI "Subdivision Plan, Mouatoin Lake, ONALLOWANaOIWRL Hoven61, N.H. surveyed for Town & STATiO VlilIMONT Country Homes, Inc." drawn by W. Ro.ho. HoHe & Assok)tas,  SUrO, dolIKI lnlCedllN THE MATRR OF THE ESTATE OF Set/ May, 1966, revffl August, 1968, and PROBATE COURT FORTHE duly recorded with the Grofton Coenty DISTRICT OF Imdferd Registry of Deeds at Liher 1083, Folio 49. To the heirs at low and all Irsons "This conveyance is made subject tO interested in the Estate of Henry mes and with the benefit of easements in, over Corliss, late of Newbury, in said District, and under the streets shown on sold plan deceased: for the installation of ptlic utilities in- You ore notified that o written in- cludlng water, electricity, drainage and strumont dated May 12, 1981, and telephone. . .__. purporting to be the Last Will and "This conveyance is aso mona SnaleC Testomeot of said decnosed has been to and with the benefit or certain, con- presented to the Probate Court for the venoms end eet$ set forth m e District of aord by James C. Codiss, instrument entitled "Motain ,.Lake' a petition requesting Probate thereof. Subdivision Property Conveoants d with The bearing thereon has been Easements" dub/recorded with said scheduled for the 18th day of AUgust, on November 3, 1966, in Liher 1047, Folio 1981 at 11:30 a.m. at the Probate Couct, 123 and with the right 10 usathe streds, beaches, lake and recreation arous shevm Wells River, Vermont. You ma.y o thlm and there to sho at.e, ffony you on said plan with others of record entitled may hove, why the said instrumeot sholdd thereto. not be oflowed os the Lost Will aM "Being dil and the  premises Testament of the deceased, described and conveyed by Town & .Coun Dated this 16thday of July, 1981. Homes, Inc. to Edward J. Ill llano Heeo /s/ReooN. Vigmou Ill doted Novonber 19, 1969, end recorded in Liber 1102, Folin 546. 7/22-2-8/5  "J&mnlng and intending to descrihe and convey oil and the same premises , conveyed by Edward J. end Helen Ill to U.=[t"llkL,. -- " +"'- , o. and ,one v tish doted II II 16, 1973, end rorded in Volume 1195, ,ATliOFVBUM t'lklfl COtltl? Page 178, and recorded in said Registry"" Said e will be mode sb to oW DilSTMCTOF IIIIADFOID, SS. and oH liens which may be .eetifled to ORDII OF IILI lulcedonce over se morfgoga, it any stun VfllIlIA$, Core Golloroni Pratt of thorebe. Bradford in the County of Ornngaond State Terms of sale; Feen perct (15 %) of Vermont, o single person, has filed in in cash or by certified or cashier's check to this Court e petition setting forth that she he pd by tim purdmer.at the time anz will hereafter be known and coiled Coral place of sale. Tenas tar paying., u, Roe Galloroni. holonce wiH be made at me time one ase For whkh purpose it is ordered by said of sole .... Court that o copy of this order be punished gated et weednil., New , tree +in the Nmml OMlllel, o newspopor 71dell' of Jkdy 1911. . _ poblishld at 8rodford in said District, For '  Ceell@ml I1 thr weeks ce,ively. It In Attm.m Give- under my hand at Wells River in iresik Imkbeel lm Distrt this 17th do'/of ly, 1981. B|at /'I &'qlt #. Beddwt  w.l, ml tstss WANTED-- Bookings for weddings, parties, clus and dances. The Swingers. Music of 20's to 50's and beyond, also squares. Have caller. 802-222- 4032. 8t---8.19--e FREE--- Two-year-old male Husky. Good temperament. Needs a good home. Loves people and small children. Call after 8:00 p.m. at 802-222- 4427. 3t--8-19---p 27 Control Street WondsviHe, NH 03785 * , TATIII  FREE KITTEN&-- :Z gray nd_ + .+ hou:ebg;oen Rse0dY2.51 +? oa w. ll=[CI-II[[III[MiWANTED-- Used or old . - -56. . .__ .... -----I. decoys, old hooks on hunting 2t--8-5--c m'smma t and fishin Write BOX 454, ON ALLOWAS 0 WIL - STATIOFVRIT , t. 050-33 Tf--IIC-- ' e : t IN THE MATrER OF THE ESTATE OF a/ton tl]AJ,Prt  nlTv lh, +- PROBATE COURT FOR THE Crib, Highchair, and Playpen, FOR SALE-- Apt. size gas _)ofmm in good condition. Call: 802- stove. $55. 30 ft. exterton To a n lot'e an .+ons 222,5714. lt--8-5---p ladder $45 10 wooden cow interesteo in the Eso'lnyton Gilbert, stansions $4 each. 9 metal $5 into of +, in d otrict, ed: each. Brass and iron bed $35. You ore notified that o written in- strument doted Sqtamber 26, 1979, and purporting to be the. Last Will and Testament of mid doconsed has been presented to the Probate Court for the District of Bradford by Anna Oow, with a petition requesting Probate thereof. The hearing thoreon has been scheduled for the Seventeenth day of August, 1981 at 10:00 a.m. at the Probate Court, Wells River, Vermont. You ifmey aRoeor then and there to  cause, any you may hove, why the said in- strum4mt should not be allowed as the Lost Will and Testament of the deceased. Dated this 15th dny of July, 1981. Is Ino N. Vi 7122-29-815 immmwlmm ANTIQUES OF ALL KINDS Ed & Lynda Kulikowski Route 5 ( Lower Pla in) in Bradford. Open daily 9:00-5:00 Closed Wed, 802-222-4507 Residence: 802-222-9064 1979 KAWASAKI-- 400 LTD 8500 original miles. Good condition, must be seen. $1100.00. Tel. 603-795-2647. .. 4t--8-12---p FOR SALE-- 1978 Endura 250 Yamaha DT. Call 272-5872. AKC REGISTERED English Springer Spaniels pups. 8 weeks old July S, $100. each. 802-222-4777 days and 802-222- 5725 evenings and weekends. Ask for Peter. s'r-.8.2s- New 4 inch vise $35. Wood kitchen end-heater, like new, $75. Tel. 603-764-5257. t--8- 5--c ANTIQUES AND OLD Books -- We buy and sell collections of old books -- post cards -- photographs -- period clothing -- early fabric -- antiques of any kind. At Old Book Shop-- Chapman's, Fairlee, Ver- mont. Days 802-333-9709, Nights 802-333-4413. 13t--10- 28--c OVER 300 FLIES-- Hand tied fishing information -- Fishing quipment -- Amino at Lee's Spar{ Center -- Chapman's Pharmacy, Fairlee, V[. Days 802-333-9709 or nights 802-333- 4413. 13t--1O-28--e FOR SALE-- Metal cots, great for camp $10. each. Gilbride, Doe Hill off Rte. 5 S. Newbur,. 4t--4.28.-p SNOWMOBILE--For parts. A good deal on a '71 Mote-Ski Snowmobile. Includes motor. Can be fixed up. Must sell. $30. Ask for Robert. 802-222-5281 or Eve. 603-747-2016. 4t--4-29. WOOD-- Mixed-+fiardwo<xl. Cut, split and delivered, Bradford. $68 a cord. 802-222- 4535. 5T---8-5--pd '77 FORD GRANADA---6cyI., 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. t f---6-3---p 1979 DODGE PICKUP Four Wheel Drive, automatic trans., :', ton, less than 6,000 miles, Camper pkg. $7,000. Phone 802-222-4482. 8t--8- 9--p AUCTION AUCTION COMMERCIAL BLOCK CONSISTING OF 4 STORES & 7 APARTMENTS KNOWN AS THE PARKER BLOCK AT PUBLIC AUCTION TUESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1981 AT 11:00 A.M. LISBON, N.H. 260  268 MAIN ST. BEAR RIDGE COUPE-- Needs an engine and tran- smission and ready to go! Roll bars, steering, side bars, etc. in place. $175. Call Robert at 802-222-5281 or evenings  call 603-747-2016. AUCTION TO BE SOLD TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER We have been commissioned by Mrs. Stillman, to sell the Parker Block Building to the highest bidder on this above date and time. This is a very well kept building and must be seen to be appreciated. COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE STORES & APARTMENTS This block consist of 4 stores -- 7 apartments and basement. First floor consist of 4 stores. 2nd. floor has 4 apartments --3rd. floor has 3 apartments with area for 2 more. 3rd. floor also has a laundry room. These apartments consist of 2, 3 & 4 rooms plus baths, and some are furnished. This building has combination storm windows  Roof was capped this year -- Building has 10,000 gal. fuel tank with inside guages. It is heated with steam and forced hot water. Each apartment has own electric meter -- has town water and sewage. Basement is also rented. This building is in very good condiUon and should interest anyone who would want a very good investment property. This building is brick exterior. INSPECTION: Is Monday, Augtst 17 1981  from 10:00 A.M. to 2:0(} P.M. TERMS: 15,000.00 down time of sale by cash or certified check, balance within 30 days on closing. AU other terms and conditions of sale to be announced at time of sale. Sale by order of Mrs. Stillman. Sale under the management of Barber Sales, Inc. Lebanon, N.H. Tel: 603-448-3366 -or. Westbrook, Me. Tel: 207.854-8344, AUC- TIONEERS: J. W. BARBER --LARRY GRAY- JOHN BALL. LIC. NO.: N.H. 2103 VT. 2044 -- ME. 00115. II I IIIII I I I II II IIII I I I POSITION AVAILABLE BLUE MT. UNION SCHOOL WELLS RIVER. VT 05081 802-757-2766 Special Education Asdmnt Tucher Serves as assistant to consulting teacher. Includes some clerical, some tutorial work. 2 , years of college, 2 rears experience prefeed. WANTED-- Stitchers and ............. stitcher trainees. We have WANTED- immediate openings for ex- perienced stitchers and meTro PAREU inexperienced persons who ruo Ln no are interested in learning to stitch A ly Emgee [nc, Chelsea t 802-685 7722 " The State of Vermont is 15--tf- " " " " looking for mature, caring! people who are interested i nD I 'I- "I'/ a ; in becoming licensed foster parents. For more in- formation, call Jndy Stone, IMjAIiTjOIViSlIRII IDI Vermont Social Services, [AITILIElSlEITITIEIR[Sl 802-295-7591, Man. thru Fri. from 8 to 4. INFORMATION on Alaskan I I IoIsmVlEIAILIDIAI and overseas employment. [R[tBBW]EJOIDIEIDBBM[AI Excellent income potential. Call 312-741-9784 ext. 510. 4t--8-26--c WEDNESDAY NIGHT, AUGUST 5 -- FOR THE WEST HARTFORD COMMUNITY GROUP, to be held at the library in West Hartford,-Vt. 5:30P.M. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12 - Antique & Furniture Sale to be held at Gray's Field, Rt. 5, Fairlee, Vt. Starting at 9:30 A.M. SATURDAY, AUGUST 15 -- the Central Vt. Holstein Club to be held at the Tunbridge Fairgrounds. 12 noon. SATURDAY, AUGUST 22 -- The Consignment sale of Farm Machinery, Autos & Trucks to he held at Gray's Field, Rt. 5 Fairtee, Vt. 9 A.M. TUESDAY, SEPT. 1 -- The Grafton County Holstein Bred heifer sale, to be held at the North Haverhill, N.H. Fairgrounds. TUESDAY, SEPT. 29 -- The Vermont Jersey State Sale, tobe held at the Billings Farm, Woodstock, Vt. AUCTIONEERS: C.W. GRAY & SONS, INC. EAST THETFORD, VT. 785-4348 or 785-2161 HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS RIDING TRACTOR  SNOWMOBILE PIANO & TOOL8 AT PUBLIC AUCTION SATURDAY, AUGUST 8, 1981 AT 10:00 A.M. W, BROOKFIELD, VT. TAKE RTE 12 NO. OUTOF RANDOLPH, VT. FOR 7 MILES WATCH FOR AUCTION SIGNS Due to owners moving to California, we will be selling all of their household furnishings on this above date and time. This is only a partial listing. HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS Oak round table - Oak frame 6' glass showcase - 2 Refrigerators - 25 cu. ft. chest freezer - G.E. matching washer & dryer - 4 Ladder back chairs w- rush seats - Pine chest - Century safe - Couch - easy chairs - Rocker - Upright piano & bench - Desk-Drafting table - Chest of drawers - Meat slicer - Meat grinder - Bunk beds - Book cases - 8ram Camera & projector - Oak dresser- Game table - Ping pang table- Fans - Air conditioner - Rollaway bed. work tables - and many other items. Stamp collection of approx. 3,000 stamps. Costume jewelry consisting of several pieces, chains, bracelets & earrings. Pendants in Jade, Mother of Pearl, Tiger eye, Turquise, Abolne & shells. 1,000's of envelopes, jiffy bags & shipping boxes. STOVES--RIDING TRACTOR--TOOLS Deviance wood stove made by Vermont casting - Resolute wood stove made by Vermont casting - Franklin wood stove - Sears Mnd. GT, 16 h.p. riding tractor & snow blower - Ariens 7 h.p. walk behind tractor w- mower, snow blower & mulcher - Ski Doo snowmobile - Chain saw - Garden cart - Power vacuum cleaer - Hand tools and etc. Positive sale -- Terms cash day of sale. Sale by order of owners Mr. and Mrs. Savage. Sale under the management of Barber Sales, Inc. Lebanon, N.H. Tel, 603.448.3366. AUCTIONEERS: J. W. BARBER LARRY GRAY - JOHN BALL. LIC. NO.: N.H. 2103 - VT. 2044 - ME. 00115. I II leq Auctioned (Licensed & Bonded throughout New England) Appraised (For Insurance or Estate Purposes) Purchased (One ]tem or Complete Estates) Tents rented for all occasions ca, ArIde Steenburgh Auctioneer & Appraiser Jeffers Hill, Pike, N.H. 603-989-5690 : August 5, 1981-The Second Opinion-Page 7A PROPOSED EXPLANATION FOR CITIZENS ] |Y law, every proposed regulation must be published Ifabbreviated notice form on a weekly basis in ,...a newspapers in the state.  purpose of publishing these regulations is to give 1 a chance to respond, orally or in writing. The law also the agency must hold a public hearing on a proposed 0" 0JJ_ tiOn if 25 persons or an association having at least f rnSmbers requests it in writing. [] IE O_ get a copy of a rule or make suggestions to the ._Y, call or write the contact person listed below for regulation. You can also make comments to the rlf .llJQtive Committee which reviews regulations by unttO::pcting the Committee on Administrative Rules, State JSe, Montpelier, VT 05602 (telephone: 828-2231 ). You JP/also write to the Secretary of State, 109 State Street, _,,on Building Montpelier, call this office Mill'e at 1-800->42-5155. VT 05602, or HELP WANTED "0000CTIVE SERVICE DAY CARE [mont Proposed Rule 81-P60 00NCY: Social and Rehabilitation Services FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Cheryl GJoser, R , nization and Operations Anal t, Social and bilitation Services, 103 SouthYSMain Street, _ 00Nbk i?ATIOllS 00[00NCY: Department of Motor Vehicles El) U '  Haro;d'one, 00CY: Department of Motor Vehicles 16 1 CONTACT: Harold Cone, 00C'E00MOrE00.0000EC.O.m.U00 . .nt Proposed Rule 81 -P63 00lCy: of Motor Vehicles Department RTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Harold Cone, iI iDInspector, Department of Motor Vehicles (see BUs i NSI;ECTio0000N UAL ont Proposed Rule 81 -P64 0000NCy: Department of Motor Vehicles JRTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Harold Cone, ector, Department of Ntor Vehicles (see i .ate. +us +.+,_++ .......... 00cy: Department of Motor Vehicles 0000U_00mE'00NFORMAT,ON CONTACT: Russ., ant of Motor ., 120 State Street, Montpelier, VT 2121, ext. 59. 05602. r'00A-00-USE PERMITS t Proposed Rule 81-P66 : Department of Motor Vehicles LFURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Russell IL I' Chief of Veh cle Permits, Deportment of Motor 00/VER Ib Department of Motor Vehicles [kFUirHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Laura E. F/b.irector of Law Admin stration, Department of Vlhiles, 1 20 State Street, Montpelier, VT 05602. " DOCUMENTS 00partment of Motor Vehicles l"-rklER INFORMATION CONTACT: Laura E. !/rector of Law Administration, Department of OR DISCHARGE OF .... The Traffic Committee 'J" S INFORMATION CONTACT: Sgt. Lane +1" ecretary, Vermont Traffic Committee, Pub,,c S00fe,y, Baldwin Street, Nnt- STOPPING A_NO USE , Traffic Committee CUNZS . k:Pod Rule 81-P71 . Sacral Welfare L',id R INFORMATION CONTACT: James Barre, Ei(Sistant Director, Social Welfare Depart-  05676. ;uAkd+ ki00[es I ' I00a.00r.d _of Privm Investieative /[0000s[Office of the [,.00hr00'00retaty of State /0000;ON--CONTACT: Re.do, h ' ,.hir m a . . p gati v-e an; Security mace, CARD OF THANKS We would like to thank the Woodsville Guaranty Savings Bank, Allen's Western Auto Store, L & J Enterprises, Alden Signs and Stoddard Implement for making the 1st Annual Bathtub Race a big success. Many thanks, Connecticut Valley Jaycees PSB HEARING RE: MUNICIPAL CALLING A hearing officer of the Public Service Rexford E. Roberts, Hearing Examiner, will hold a hearing on Thursday, August 6, 1981 at 7: 00 P.M. at the Town Hall in Newbury, Vermont i IN RE: Petition of Vermont Alliance vs. New! England Telephone and Telegraph Company and ! Continental Telephone Company of Vermont, Inc. regarding the municipal calling plan procedures ans the billing relating to same. nc= oe $990 DOWN and 60 months at Moln'olsate $143; Princess 12 wide 2 By virtue of a power of mid contained in o certain rnnrtgege deed given by bedroom, with Hardwood MmA. E. Hughesau.Hs, floors thruout, cathedral olh of 1 0 Posh Roed, Den, O ceiling, l/ baths. All fur- o682o, to in Ceoeive emk, o nished, del. and set up. Cash cporolion established by low and having o principal place of business at 133 Pleaumt Street, Berlin, N Hmpshire 03570, doted Jonumy 3, 1976 and recorded in Libor 1271, Folio 285 of the Grafton County Registry af Deeds, the original of whkh nm be examined O1 the be4orememinnad office of the said mortgagee, the present holder of the said mortgage, pursuant to and in execution of said power and for brouch of condition, and for the purpose of foreclosing the same will sell, at public auction on Friday, August 28, 1981 nt 1:00 o'clock in the afternoon at the premises having no street or hi0hwo y number, but which ore lacott on the westorly side of Mont Vernon Drive, opposite that drive's southnosterty in- tersertinn with Mont Vernon Lane in the Mountain Lake Subdivision of Hvethifl, New Hampshire, the property described in said mortgage as foHews; "A certain parcel of land, with the buildings thereon, situated in Haverhill, Grofton County, Now Hampshire, bounded and described as follows: "Lot Thirty C (30C), Section Four (4) as shown on a plan of land entitled, 'Revised Subdivision Plan, Mountain Lake, Section Four, Hovorldll, New Hompshire', doted November 1969, drawn by W. Robert Nolte & Associates, Land Surveyors and duly recorded with the Grofton County Registry of Deeds in Bo 1111, Page 45. "This convelnco is mode subiect to and with the benefit of easements in, over and under the streets shown on said plan for the installation of public utilities including water, electricity, drainage and telephone. "Ttds conveyance is also mode subject to and with the benefit of certain convenants and easements set forth in on instrument entitled, 'Mountain Lake Subdivision Property Coveoonts and Easements', duly recorded with said Deeds in Book 1047, Page 123, and with the right to use the streets, beaches, lake and recreation anms shown on said plan and o plan rordod with 49 with LOW INCOME ELECTIONS To the Board of Directors of The Central Vermont Community Action Council Eight people, plus one alternate for each will be elected to represent area low income residents for a one-year term on the CVCAC Board. ELECTION SCHEDULE AUGUST 13, 7:00 PM. TWO RIVERS E.H AREA (1 SEAT); OLD ACADEMY, MAIN STREET, BRAD- FORD Includes cities and towns of: Bradford, Chelsea, Corinth, Fairlee, Newbury, Stratford, Thetford, Topsham, Tunbridge, Vershire, West Fairlee AUGUST 18, 6:30 PM. LAMOILLE COUNTY AREA (2 SEATS); VFW ON PLEASANT STREET (BEHIND GRANGE HALL) MORRISVILLE "For title see deed of Verne A. Sherman, et ux., to Town end Country Homes, inc., doly recorded with said Deeds in Book 1049, e 250; for authorizetion to execute and ivor see corporate vote with said Deeds in Book 1040, Fofio 231. "Being all and the some premises conveyed by Town and Country Homes, Inc., to Michael A. E. Hughes and June f. Hughes by Warranty Deed dated 4/19/75, recorded in said Deeds, Book 1246, Page 351 ." AUCTION Said sole will be made subject to any and all lions which may be entitled to preredence over said mortgage, if any such there be. Terms of (de: Seventy-five hondrnd and no/I00 dollars ($7,500.00) in cash or by earthed or cashier's check to be pid by the porchoser at the time and pldce of sale. Terms for payment of bahnce will be made at the time and place of sate. Dated at Woodsville, New I'mthire, this 27th day of July, 1981. BERLIN COOPERATIVE BANK By Its Attorneys BRUCKNER PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION By: Gregory M. Ser 9 ice $6,600. APR 18 per cent ate $8,580, Citation Mobile Homes, Rt. 12 Charlestown, N.H. I t--8-5---c 19,995; (1981) 14 wide 2 bedr. TITAN all furnished, del. and set up. or $999 down and invest $164 for 144 months. APR 19.25 per cent Note $23,616. This is not a 70' or even a 65' BUT at this price, you can't even buy a good used home, and this home has the HUD seal, so you know it's quality. Closed Wed. Open Sundays. 826-5118 Ctation Mobile Homes Rt. 12 Charlestown, NH. It---S-5--c DREAM HOME; by Liberty, 70x14 3 bedr. with the exciting, private circle kitchen. Walk m by window, super large living room, with a wood burning fireplace, and the bathroom, of course has the garden tub. All furnished, del. and set up, only $16,900 or $1,700 down and $274 for 144 months. APR 19.25 per cent Note $39,456. Closed Wed. Open Sundays Fairlane Mobile Homes, Rt. 3 Triton, NH. 1t--8-5--- RAMADA 70x14 3 bedr. front living room, $12.995; all furnished, del. and set up. Many people consider e Ramada to be the Cadilac of mobile homes, and this one is really nice. Fairlane Mobile Homes, Rt. 3 Triton, NH. 1t--8-5--c 2 BEDROOM TRAILER for sale. Route 113 West Fairlee, 1 mile from B&B Market. Brown House in front across from farm. Furnished oil tank and stair 10 x 36 $1700.50. 2t--s-5--pd COME SEE OUR new Win- dsor Harrison and Titan homes. Used specials include 12' wide, 3 bedroom, fur- nisbed, $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 VERY CLEAN AND MODERN Mobile Home for sale in quiet mobile home park. Can be furnished or not. Priced for quick sale. 603-747- 3376. 4t---8-5--c CLASSIFIEDS Offering a e " I y known brands such as Jor- dache, Vanderbilt, Calvin Klein, Sedgefield, Levi and, over 70 other brands. $12,500.00 includes beginning inventory, airfare for 1 to the apparel center, training, fixtures and Grand Opening Promotions. Call Mr. Laughlin at Mademoiselle Fashions 612- 8ss-1s04. lt---5--pd 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 1-80(0874-4780. tt---s-5--p AIRLESS PAINT spraying of new construction, com- mercial, farm buildings and metal roofs, Valley Painting Company, 802-333-9393. 3-25- tf--c WANTED-- Bookkeeping in 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 Includes cities and towns of: Belvidere, Cambridge, Eden, Elmore, Hyde Park, Johnson, Morristown, Stowe, Waterbury, Waterville, Wolcott AUGUST 14, 7:00 PM. TWO RIVERS WEST (I SEAT) CVCAC BETHEL OUTREACH OFFICE, MAIN STREET, BETHEL Includes cities and towns of: Barnard, Bethel, Braintree, Brookfield, Granville, Hancock, Pittsfield, Randolph, Roche=ter, Royalton, Sharon, Stockbridge AUGUST 17, 7:'00 + PM. WASHINGTON DISTRICT AREA (4 SEATS) BROOKSIDE SCHOOL, MER- CHANT STREET EXTENSION, BARRE Includes cities and towns of: Barre City, Barre Town, Berlin, Cabot, Calais, Duxbury, Fayston, East Mow tpelier, Marshfield, Middlesex, Montpelier, Moretown, Northfield, Orange, Plainfield, Roxbury, Waitsfield, Warren, Washington, Williamstown, Woodbury, Worcester AUCTION WANTED Anyone may run for office, but voters must meet federal low income guidelines. Candidates and voters must live in area of election. Candidates may get on ballot by nomination at the election or by petition. Forms may be obtained at CVCAC outreach offices. Call tell-free 800422-4495 for more information. 11011i O NMilM6 ON ALLOWANa O Witt STAT! OF VlllMiNIt IN THE NLtTTER OF 1HE ESTATE OF  J. Omt PROTE COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF To the heirs at low end all persons interested in the Estate of Viro J. Gray, bte of Newhery, in said District, deceased: You ore notifhKI that a written in- strumeot dated January 14, 1976, and purporting to be the Last Will and Testament of said deceased has been presented to the Probate Court for the District of Bradford by Lonn M. Thomas, with a petition requesting Prohota thereof. The hearing thereon has been scheduled for the 24th (Joy of August, 1981 nt I0:00 a.m. at the Probate Court, Wells River, Vermont. You By Oppeer then and there to show cause, if any you nmy hove, why the said instrument should not be allowed as the Lest Will and Testament of the deceased. Doted this 21 st day of Joly, 1981. I sl Wane N. Vimonu SOIK! OF MOITGAGn's SAL! By virtue of a power of sam contained in a certain mortgnge deed given by Paul D. Nedovich and Joan V. Nedovich, hath of 55 Grovoway, Ointon, Connecticut 06413, to the Berlin Cooperative Bank, a cerpuratim established by low and having o principal place of business at 133 Pleasant Street, Berlin, New Hampshire 03570, doted August 6, 1973, and recorded in Lihor 1200, Folio 344 of the Gmflon County Registry of Deeds, the orlginnl of tony be exemimd at the boforemontioned office of the se morlgagee, e presem holder of the said rnortgage, pursmnt to in execution of mid pow ond for brooch of condition, and for the purpose of forclosing the s will sell, at public auction on Wednesday AuguSt 12, 1981 at 4:30 o'cEk in the ofterneon at the premises, hoving no street er. highway number, but whkh ere lecotee on me Northedy side of Monodnock Drive in the Moumain Lake Subdivision of Hoverhil!, New Hompr, hlre, the property described m said mortgage as follows: "A certain parcel of lord situated in Haverhill, Grofton County, New Homlnhim, bounded and described as follows: i i lef_li0[O]/l [I I / "Lot TweMy-nine (29) Section One (1) as shown on Oplno of land entitled ...... MOIIKi OF--MAIBI "Subdivision Plan, Mouatoin Lake, ONALLOWANaOIWRL Hoven61, N.H. surveyed for Town & STATiO VlilIMONT Country Homes, Inc." drawn by W. Ro.ho. HoHe& Assok)tas,  SUrO, dolIKI lnlCedllN THE MATRR OF THE ESTATE OF Set/ May, 1966, revffl August, 1968, and PROBATE COURT FORTHE duly recorded with the Grofton Coenty DISTRICT OF Imdferd Registry of Deeds at Liher 1083, Folio 49. To the heirs at low and all Irsons "This conveyance is made subject tO interested in the Estate of Henry mes and with the benefit of easements in, over Corliss, late of Newbury, in said District, and under the streets shown on sold plan deceased: for the installation of ptlic utilities in- You ore notified that o written in- cludlng water, electricity, drainage and strumont dated May 12, 1981, and telephone. . .__. purporting to be the Last Will and "This conveyance is aso mona SnaleC Testomeot of said decnosed has been to and with the benefit or certain, con- presented to the Probate Court for the venoms end eet$ set forth m e District of aord by James C. Codiss, instrument entitled "Motain ,.Lake' a petition requesting Probate thereof. Subdivision Property Conveoants d with The bearing thereon has been Easements" dub/recorded with said scheduled for the 18th day of AUgust, on November 3, 1966, in Liher 1047, Folio 1981 at 11:30 a.m. at the Probate Couct, 123 and with the right 10 usathe streds, beaches, lake and recreation arous shevm Wells River, Vermont. You ma.y o thlm and there to sho at.e, ffony you on said plan with others of record entitled may hove, why the said instrumeot sholdd thereto. not be oflowed os the Lost Will aM "Being dil and the  premises Testament of the deceased, described and conveyed by Town & .Coun Dated this 16thday of July, 1981. Homes, Inc. to Edward J. Ill llano Heeo /s/ReooN. Vigmou Ill doted Novonber 19, 1969, end recorded in Liber 1102, Folin 546. 7/22-2-8/5  "J&mnlng and intending to descrihe and convey oil and the same premises , conveyed by Edward J. end Helen Ill to U.=[t"llkL,. -- " +"'- , o. and ,one v tish doted II II 16, 1973, end rorded in Volume 1195, ,ATliOFVBUM t'lklfl COtltl? Page 178, and recorded in said Registry"" Said e will be mode sb to oW DilSTMCTOF IIIIADFOID, SS. and oH liens which may be .eetifled to ORDII OF IILI lulcedonce over se morfgoga, it any stun VfllIlIA$, Core Golloroni Pratt of thorebe. Bradford in the County of Ornngaond State Terms of sale; Feen perct (15 %) of Vermont, o single person, has filed in in cash or by certified or cashier's check to this Court e petition setting forth that she he pd by tim purdmer.at the time anz will hereafter be known and coiled Coral place of sale. Tenas tar paying., u, Roe Galloroni. holonce wiH be made at me time one ase For whkh purpose it is ordered by said of sole .... Court that o copy of this order be punished gated et weednil., New , tree +in the Nmml OMlllel, o newspopor 71dell' of Jkdy 1911. . _ poblishld at 8rodford in said District, For '  Ceell@ml I1 thr weeks ce,ively. It In Attm.m Give- under my hand at Wells River in iresik Imkbeel lm Distrt this 17th do'/of ly, 1981. B|at /'I &'qlt #. Beddwt  w.l, ml tstss WANTED-- Bookings for weddings, parties, clus and dances. The Swingers. Music of 20's to 50's and beyond, also squares. Have caller. 802-222- 4032. 8t---8.19--e FREE--- Two-year-old male Husky. Good temperament. Needs a good home. Loves people and small children. Call after 8:00 p.m. at 802-222- 4427. 3t--8-19---p 27 Control Street WondsviHe, NH 03785 * , TATIII  FREE KITTEN&-- :Z gray nd_ + .+ hou:ebg;oen Rse0dY2.51 +? oa w. ll=[CI-II[[III[MiWANTED-- Used or old . - -56. . .__ .... -----I. decoys, old hooks on hunting 2t--8-5--c m'smma t and fishin Write BOX 454, ON ALLOWAS 0 WIL - STATIOFVRIT , t. 050-33 Tf--IIC-- ' e : t IN THE MATrER OF THE ESTATE OF a/ton tl]AJ,Prt  nlTv lh, +- PROBATE COURT FOR THE Crib, Highchair, and Playpen, FOR SALE-- Apt. size gas _)ofmm in good condition. Call: 802- stove. $55. 30 ft. exterton To a n lot'e an .+ons 222,5714. lt--8-5---p ladder $45 10 wooden cow interesteo in the Eso'lnyton Gilbert, stansions $4 each. 9 metal $5 into of +, in d otrict, ed: each. Brass and iron bed $35. You ore notified that o written in- strument doted Sqtamber 26, 1979, and purporting to be the. Last Will and Testament of mid doconsed has been presented to the Probate Court for the District of Bradford by Anna Oow, with a petition requesting Probate thereof. The hearing thoreon has been scheduled for the Seventeenth day of August, 1981 at 10:00 a.m. at the Probate Court, Wells River, Vermont. You ifmey aRoeor then and there to  cause, any you may hove, why the said in- strum4mt should not be allowed as the Lost Will and Testament of the deceased. Dated this 15th dny of July, 1981. Is Ino N. Vi 7122-29-815 immmwlmm ANTIQUES OF ALL KINDS Ed & Lynda Kulikowski Route 5 ( Lower Pla in) in Bradford. Open daily 9:00-5:00 Closed Wed, 802-222-4507 Residence: 802-222-9064 1979 KAWASAKI-- 400 LTD 8500 original miles. Good condition, must be seen. $1100.00. Tel. 603-795-2647. .. 4t--8-12---p FOR SALE-- 1978 Endura 250 Yamaha DT. Call 272-5872. AKC REGISTERED English Springer Spaniels pups. 8 weeks old July S, $100. each. 802-222-4777 days and 802-222- 5725 evenings and weekends. Ask for Peter. s'r-.8.2s- New 4 inch vise $35. Wood kitchen end-heater, like new, $75. Tel. 603-764-5257. t--8- 5--c ANTIQUES AND OLD Books -- We buy and sell collections of old books -- post cards -- photographs -- period clothing -- early fabric -- antiques of any kind. At Old Book Shop-- Chapman's, Fairlee, Ver- mont. Days 802-333-9709, Nights 802-333-4413. 13t--10- 28--c OVER 300 FLIES-- Hand tied fishing information -- Fishing quipment -- Amino at Lee's Spar{ Center -- Chapman's Pharmacy, Fairlee, V[. Days 802-333-9709 or nights 802-333- 4413. 13t--1O-28--e FOR SALE-- Metal cots, great for camp $10. each. Gilbride, Doe Hill off Rte. 5 S. Newbur,. 4t--4.28.-p SNOWMOBILE--For parts. A good deal on a '71 Mote-Ski Snowmobile. Includes motor. Can be fixed up. Must sell. $30. Ask for Robert. 802-222-5281 or Eve. 603-747-2016. 4t--4-29. WOOD-- Mixed-+fiardwo<xl. Cut, split and delivered, Bradford. $68 a cord. 802-222- 4535. 5T---8-5--pd '77 FORD GRANADA---6cyI., 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. t f---6-3---p 1979 DODGE PICKUP Four Wheel Drive, automatic trans., :', ton, less than 6,000 miles, Camper pkg. $7,000. Phone 802-222-4482. 8t--8- 9--p AUCTION AUCTION COMMERCIAL BLOCK CONSISTING OF 4 STORES & 7 APARTMENTS KNOWN AS THE PARKER BLOCK AT PUBLIC AUCTION TUESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1981 AT 11:00 A.M. LISBON, N.H. 260  268 MAIN ST. BEAR RIDGE COUPE-- Needs an engine and tran- smission and ready to go! Roll bars, steering, side bars, etc. in place. $175. Call Robert at 802-222-5281 or evenings  call 603-747-2016. AUCTION TO BE SOLD TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER We have been commissioned by Mrs. Stillman, to sell the Parker Block Building to the highest bidder on this above date and time. This is a very well kept building and must be seen to be appreciated. COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE STORES & APARTMENTS This block consist of 4 stores -- 7 apartments and basement. First floor consist of 4 stores. 2nd. floor has 4 apartments --3rd. floor has 3 apartments with area for 2 more. 3rd. floor also has a laundry room. These apartments consist of 2, 3 & 4 rooms plus baths, and some are furnished. This building has combination storm windows  Roof was capped this year -- Building has 10,000 gal. fuel tank with inside guages. It is heated with steam and forced hot water. Each apartment has own electric meter -- has town water and sewage. Basement is also rented. This building is in very good condiUon and should interest anyone who would want a very good investment property. This building is brick exterior. INSPECTION: Is Monday, Augtst 17 1981  from 10:00 A.M. to 2:0(} P.M. TERMS: 15,000.00 down time of sale by cash or certified check, balance within 30 days on closing. AU other terms and conditions of sale to be announced at time of sale. Sale by order of Mrs. Stillman. Sale under the management of Barber Sales, Inc. Lebanon, N.H. Tel: 603-448-3366 -or. Westbrook, Me. Tel: 207.854-8344, AUC- TIONEERS: J. W. BARBER --LARRY GRAY- JOHN BALL. LIC. NO.: N.H. 2103 VT. 2044 -- ME. 00115. II I IIIII I I I II II IIII I I I POSITION AVAILABLE BLUE MT. UNION SCHOOL WELLS RIVER. VT 05081 802-757-2766 Special Education Asdmnt Tucher Serves as assistant to consulting teacher. Includes some clerical, some tutorial work. 2 , years of college, 2 rears experience prefeed. WANTED-- Stitchers and ............. stitcher trainees. We have WANTED- immediate openings for ex- perienced stitchers and meTro PAREU inexperienced persons who ruo Ln no are interested in learning to stitch A ly Emgee [nc, Chelsea t 802-685 7722 " The State of Vermont is 15--tf- " " " " looking for mature, caring! people who are interested i nD I 'I- "I'/ a ; in becoming licensed foster parents. For more in- formation, call Jndy Stone, IMjAIiTjOIViSlIRII IDI Vermont Social Services, [AITILIElSlEITITIEIR[Sl 802-295-7591, Man. thru Fri. from 8 to 4. INFORMATION on Alaskan I I IoIsmVlEIAILIDIAI and overseas employment. [R[tBBW]EJOIDIEIDBBM[AI Excellent income potential. Call 312-741-9784 ext. 510. 4t--8-26--c WEDNESDAY NIGHT, AUGUST 5 -- FOR THE WEST HARTFORD COMMUNITY GROUP, to be held at the library in West Hartford,-Vt. 5:30P.M. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12 - Antique & Furniture Sale to be held at Gray's Field, Rt. 5, Fairlee, Vt. Starting at 9:30 A.M. SATURDAY, AUGUST 15 -- the Central Vt. Holstein Club to be held at the Tunbridge Fairgrounds. 12 noon. SATURDAY, AUGUST 22 -- The Consignment sale of Farm Machinery, Autos & Trucks to he held at Gray's Field, Rt. 5 Fairtee, Vt. 9 A.M. TUESDAY, SEPT. 1 -- The Grafton County Holstein Bred heifer sale, to be held at the North Haverhill, N.H. Fairgrounds. TUESDAY, SEPT. 29 -- The Vermont Jersey State Sale, tobe held at the Billings Farm, Woodstock, Vt. AUCTIONEERS: C.W. GRAY & SONS, INC. EAST THETFORD, VT. 785-4348 or 785-2161 HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS RIDING TRACTOR  SNOWMOBILE PIANO & TOOL8 AT PUBLIC AUCTION SATURDAY, AUGUST 8, 1981 AT 10:00 A.M. W, BROOKFIELD, VT. TAKE RTE 12 NO. OUTOF RANDOLPH, VT. FOR 7 MILES WATCH FOR AUCTION SIGNS Due to owners moving to California, we will be selling all of their household furnishings on this above date and time. This is only a partial listing. HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS Oak round table - Oak frame 6' glass showcase - 2 Refrigerators - 25 cu. ft. chest freezer - G.E. matching washer & dryer - 4 Ladder back chairs w- rush seats - Pine chest - Century safe - Couch - easy chairs - Rocker - Upright piano & bench - Desk-Drafting table - Chest of drawers - Meat slicer - Meat grinder - Bunk beds - Book cases - 8ram Camera & projector - Oak dresser- Game table - Ping pang table- Fans - Air conditioner - Rollaway bed. work tables - and many other items. Stamp collection of approx. 3,000 stamps. Costume jewelry consisting of several pieces, chains, bracelets & earrings. Pendants in Jade, Mother of Pearl, Tiger eye, Turquise, Abolne & shells. 1,000's of envelopes, jiffy bags & shipping boxes. STOVES--RIDING TRACTOR--TOOLS Deviance wood stove made by Vermont casting - Resolute wood stove made by Vermont casting - Franklin wood stove - Sears Mnd. GT, 16 h.p. riding tractor & snow blower - Ariens 7 h.p. walk behind tractor w- mower, snow blower & mulcher - Ski Doo snowmobile - Chain saw - Garden cart - Power vacuum cleaer - Hand tools and etc. Positive sale -- Terms cash day of sale. Sale by order of owners Mr. and Mrs. Savage. Sale under the management of Barber Sales, Inc. Lebanon, N.H. Tel, 603.448.3366. AUCTIONEERS: J. W. BARBER LARRY GRAY - JOHN BALL. LIC. NO.: N.H. 2103 - VT. 2044 - ME. 00115. I II leq Auctioned (Licensed & Bonded throughout New England) Appraised (For Insurance or Estate Purposes) Purchased (One ]tem or Complete Estates) Tents rented for all occasions ca, ArIde Steenburgh Auctioneer & Appraiser Jeffers Hill, Pike, N.H. 603-989-5690