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}'age 8-The Journal Opinion-August 12, 1981 MA INTENANCE--Brett Sutherland works with maintenance staff at Woodsviile High School on CETA job. PLAY BALL!--CETA CETA WORKER--Becky HELPERS--Sarah Byrne TRAINING---Denise Drew participant Rick McKean Paquette on her CETA job and Michele Sullivan gets secretarial training in helps area youngsters at at Woodsville Elementary maintain field and pool in her CETA job at Cottage Woodsville recreation School. Woodsville recreation Hospital. program, program. . CETA program helps kids learn (ontinued from page l) program is one of the few economically disadvantaged, participants themselves, per hour, jobs may not exactly provide places where area kids can The program has already the skills needed for today's job market but can provide the experience and respon- sibility of having a job. Citing tile summer job prospects for the average teenager in the Woodsville area as "ridiculously lousy", Whalen says the summer CETA gain an orientation to working world. Because funding for program is limited, the program's job openings are reserved for youths chosen by their school guidance coun- selors on the basis of in- dividual need and participants must be considered the been hurt by budget cuts. This year's number of summer the CETA participants is only 15 compared to last year's 25. On a tour of the Woodsville job sites with Whalen, most job site supervisors seemed genuinely pleased with the work done by the participants in the Program as did the CLarification BRADFORD--Robert Lefebvre, whose suggestion for an alternative roofing membrane was turned down by the Oxbow School Board, said he was not suggesting the use of a less expensive membrane. 'q mentioned that the specifications could be changed to reduce the cost and yet give the same quality and that Trocal carries an even better warranty than the Carlisle," he said. The Oxbow board awarded a $385,432 contract to Linc Corp., of Manchester, N.H., after the board's consultants, Brown, Rona Corp. of Boston, advised that the Trocal membrane was not suitable for Oxbow's roof. "Also I mentioned that General Roofing & Sheet Metal were approved to install the Carlisle as well as the Trocal but I felt that the Trocal was better," Lefebvre added. "At the time I could not understand why some of the specs were as they were. Now I do know w and utgl feel that there is extra expenses that are not necessary," he said. ROAST BEEF DINNER {HiFORDVILLE--A roast beef dinner will he held at t)rfordville Town Hall Aug. 16 lor the benefit of the Orfor- dville Church with settings at 12:30 p.m. and 1:30 p.m., adults $4.50, children under eight $2, for reservations call (603) 353-4827. BARN BLAZF,--Firemen work to extinguish fire that destroyed barn at Dean Thornburo farm in Haverhill. HERD SAVED--Cows saved from barn fire in Haverhill huddle near smoking ruins. NOBODY PAYS MOREl! 15.3 % That's the annual rate of interest we pay on a 6 month money market certificate at the Bradford National Bank. $10,000.00 minimum above rate effective Aug. II thru Aug. 17, 1981 Federal Regulations Provide For A Substantial Penalty On Early Withdrawal, And Also Forbid Compounding Of Interest LTB gB BRADFORD NATIONAL BANK i 6tadlord 222-5231 Fotfloe 333-43?9 Thotfotd 765-2112 , New eeB.sarz MEMBER FDIC Deposits Insured To $100,000 in addition to a Whalen said, "90 per cent of valuable opportunity. the kids that start the program, finish it." Whalen is in charge of 45 participants throughout Grafton County. Those 45 are part of 300 youths that are involved in the program in the three county northern New Hampshire region which bases it's headquarters in Berlin. Rudy Urban is the tri- county director and is assisted by his staff and other coor- dinators like Whalen in Coos and Carrol counties. The CETA Summer Youth Employment Program runs from June 23 to August 21. Each participant, receives the federal minimum wage, $3.35 Bradford board is reorganized Hall's Lake group asks' road repairs, NEWBURY--Members of the Hall's Lake Association have presented a petition signed by 79 property owners to Newbury selectmen asking for road repairs, curfew en- forcement and parking con- trols. The petition asks the town "To scrape and repair Hall's Lake Road which is in depl- orable condition being full of by L. F. BARNES pot-holes, corrugation, moose said, "This spring we had at stones and wash-outs; To 4,000 yards of gravel crushed gravel pit at a cost Journal Opinion is burglarized BRADFORD--The school burglar alarm was installed at board of Bradford Academy the Journal Opinion. and Graded School District has reorganized with Hazel Pratt again chairperson, Sally Ann Carson as budget clerk KIDDIE CARNIVAL and Richard McClintock ORFORD--A kiddie carnival will be held Aug. 15 from 10 secretary. The board at a meeting July a.m.-3 p.m. behind the 15 also approved the hiring of Congregational Church in Lynda Tobin for a half-time Orford, including hay rides, kindergarten position and pony rides, games, funhouse Valda Guzowski for a half- and refreshments, plus a pet time art position, show open to all children. BRADFORD--State Police are investigating a break-in at the Journal Opinion offices in which a desk drawer was forced open and an amount of petty cash stolen. The burglar broke a window pane in the front door to reach !n and open the door from the reside to gain entry at ap- proximately 10:30 p.m. Sunday night. State Police Officer Jamie Constantine is investigating the case. Following the incident, a apply an adequate chemical or other substance which is available to eliminate road dust; To post the 11 p.m. closing time at the beach and picnic areas and to enforce the curfew by having it patrolled;" and "To property control parking at the beach area which at present is totally out of hand and which is creating unsafe conditions particularly for young children using the beach as well as for drivers." Mildred Weiner, president of the Hall's Lake Association, and James Thomas, vice president, presented the petition. Constable Richard Minshull "said, "I can go out there any time you want." In other matters, William Lighffoot of Swamps Rd. complained of a road problem in his area saying, "The roads are in the worst condition of the 14 years I have been here. It is a combination of in- convenience, hazard and embarrassment. More recently, it has been increased automobile repair bills." Lightfoot said he had made arrangements with te Rep. John Zampieri to meet the appropriate people in Mon- tpelier, to get a "decent job of rehabilitating the roads". "If for some combination of reasons I do not get results, I would go to Washington. By the end of 10 days if you do not have a program going, then I start," said Lighffoot. Selectman Richard Rosen at a cost of $7,000. We have $1,000. had heavy, torrential down- Selectmen pours that have washed away Mayette the work we've done." from the truck Representatives of the W. the pond. A fire pond Newbury Fire Co., asked included in the town selectmen if they could use which is $1,000 from the sale of their old expended. The fire truck to pay for a fire pond tabled until the nextl that was built in W. Newbury Aug. 31. ER MARKD O NS Ill Most All Summer Mdse., as Shop Now For AIR C, ONDITIONED YOUR CHARGE ACCOUNT WOODSVILLE, N. H. ST. JOHNSBt:i;tY. VT. 6 t See how Ooclp beats the oompelition in prioe even Imfm ILMH[STIOKIER IlORK1NIII BISKSTIOKIHt UORETNU PRIOK DODGE PRIOK $5095* DOD6E OHm MISER $6499* $5386" $ 391 Ford Esoort 4-1k. Litigate $5729" $ 230 $6698* $ 603 VW Ibdddt L 4.Dr. Hbk, gas engine $6670* $1071 $6844* $ 849 Honda Oivio 4-Dr. Sedan $54H* $1000 HDGE MIES K COUPE Chevy Citation 2.Dr. Hbk, Oldsmobile Omega 2-Dr, Coupe Buiok Skylark 2.1k, Coupe DODGE 024 MISER Datsun 200SX 2.1Dr. Hi)k. Ford EXP Sport Ooupe VW Rabbit 2.1k, Hbk., gas engine $5499" DODGE LONG ilANGE $7H9" $2090 RAM 1H PICKUP $5234" $7253" $1754 05ewr,,lO $5689" $ 455 $5765* $ 266 Ford !:.100 $6839* $ 604 "Now Dodge and participating dealers fight high interest rates by contributing $300 to $700 cash rebate on new '81 Imports, Trucks and front-wheel.drive cars in stock, depending on model (excludes Misers and Vans). See your participating dealer for full details." Dodge Ram 160 Pickup Dodge Aries K 41: 2500- kari,-.a's highest miiup 6-pauoqw ur. eeuw ndoqe thm ehe emab., Dodp Omni msw so: 30 = t Better mHeap than Ford Esoort Litigate and priood $230 less. um pJwaod  and bttw ndoago Ilmn Ford or hov,/ Mih autmalic trai. ruse EPA est mpg ftgure for comparison Your m*leage rosy chftor epenOing on Speed, weather conchtions and trip Iongth Actual highway mileage will probably be lover ase sticker price exclodmg retie, taxes, destmatton chargos an0 optional oquipment LEVELS OF STANDARD EQUIPMENT VARY Prices shown foi' pickups are comparably equippea ontts We've pt favor's baoking, m m'm out to make this our sales event of the pat. Hurry before someone gets your deal, Walker Motor Sales,. Inc. Dartmouth College Road 603-747-3389 Woodsville, N.H. }'age 8-The Journal Opinion-August 12, 1981 MA INTENANCE--Brett Sutherland works with maintenance staff at Woodsviile High School on CETA job. PLAY BALL!--CETA CETA WORKER--Becky HELPERS--Sarah Byrne TRAINING---Denise Drew participant Rick McKean Paquette on her CETA job and Michele Sullivan gets secretarial training in helps area youngsters at at Woodsville Elementary maintain field and pool in her CETA job at Cottage Woodsville recreation School. Woodsville recreation Hospital. program, program. . CETA program helps kids learn (ontinued from page l) program is one of the few economically disadvantaged, participants themselves, per hour, jobs may not exactly provide places where area kids can The program has already the skills needed for today's job market but can provide the experience and respon- sibility of having a job. Citing tile summer job prospects for the average teenager in the Woodsville area as "ridiculously lousy", Whalen says the summer CETA gain an orientation to working world. Because funding for program is limited, the program's job openings are reserved for youths chosen by their school guidance coun- selors on the basis of in- dividual need and participants must be considered the been hurt by budget cuts. This year's number of summer the CETA participants is only 15 compared to last year's 25. On a tour of the Woodsville job sites with Whalen, most job site supervisors seemed genuinely pleased with the work done by the participants in the Program as did the CLarification BRADFORD--Robert Lefebvre, whose suggestion for an alternative roofing membrane was turned down by the Oxbow School Board, said he was not suggesting the use of a less expensive membrane. 'q mentioned that the specifications could be changed to reduce the cost and yet give the same quality and that Trocal carries an even better warranty than the Carlisle," he said. The Oxbow board awarded a $385,432 contract to Linc Corp., of Manchester, N.H., after the board's consultants, Brown, Rona Corp. of Boston, advised that the Trocal membrane was not suitable for Oxbow's roof. "Also I mentioned that General Roofing & Sheet Metal were approved to install the Carlisle as well as the Trocal but I felt that the Trocal was better," Lefebvre added. "At the time I could not understand why some of the specs were as they were. Now I do know w and utgl feel that there is extra expenses that are not necessary," he said. ROAST BEEF DINNER {HiFORDVILLE--A roast beef dinner will he held at t)rfordville Town Hall Aug. 16 lor the benefit of the Orfor- dville Church with settings at 12:30 p.m. and 1:30 p.m., adults $4.50, children under eight $2, for reservations call (603) 353-4827. BARN BLAZF,--Firemen work to extinguish fire that destroyed barn at Dean Thornburo farm in Haverhill. HERD SAVED--Cows saved from barn fire in Haverhill huddle near smoking ruins. NOBODY PAYS MOREl! 15.3 % That's the annual rate of interest we pay on a 6 month money market certificate at the Bradford National Bank. $10,000.00 minimum above rate effective Aug. II thru Aug. 17, 1981 Federal Regulations Provide For A Substantial Penalty On Early Withdrawal, And Also Forbid Compounding Of Interest LTB gB BRADFORD NATIONAL BANK i 6tadlord 222-5231 Fotfloe 333-43?9 Thotfotd 765-2112 , New eeB.sarz MEMBER FDIC Deposits Insured To $100,000 in addition to a Whalen said, "90 per cent of valuable opportunity. the kids that start the program, finish it." Whalen is in charge of 45 participants throughout Grafton County. Those 45 are part of 300 youths that are involved in the program in the three county northern New Hampshire region which bases it's headquarters in Berlin. Rudy Urban is the tri- county director and is assisted by his staff and other coor- dinators like Whalen in Coos and Carrol counties. The CETA Summer Youth Employment Program runs from June 23 to August 21. Each participant, receives the federal minimum wage, $3.35 Bradford board is reorganized Hall's Lake group asks' road repairs, NEWBURY--Members of the Hall's Lake Association have presented a petition signed by 79 property owners to Newbury selectmen asking for road repairs, curfew en- forcement and parking con- trols. The petition asks the town "To scrape and repair Hall's Lake Road which is in depl- orable condition being full of by L. F. BARNES pot-holes, corrugation, moose said, "This spring we had at stones and wash-outs; To 4,000 yards of gravel crushed gravel pit at a cost Journal Opinion is burglarized BRADFORD--The school burglar alarm was installed at board of Bradford Academy the Journal Opinion. and Graded School District has reorganized with Hazel Pratt again chairperson, Sally Ann Carson as budget clerk KIDDIE CARNIVAL and Richard McClintock ORFORD--A kiddie carnival will be held Aug. 15 from 10 secretary. The board at a meeting July a.m.-3 p.m. behind the 15 also approved the hiring of Congregational Church in Lynda Tobin for a half-time Orford, including hay rides, kindergarten position and pony rides, games, funhouse Valda Guzowski for a half- and refreshments, plus a pet time art position, show open to all children. BRADFORD--State Police are investigating a break-in at the Journal Opinion offices in which a desk drawer was forced open and an amount of petty cash stolen. The burglar broke a window pane in the front door to reach !n and open the door from the reside to gain entry at ap- proximately 10:30 p.m. Sunday night. State Police Officer Jamie Constantine is investigating the case. Following the incident, a apply an adequate chemical or other substance which is available to eliminate road dust; To post the 11 p.m. closing time at the beach and picnic areas and to enforce the curfew by having it patrolled;" and "To property control parking at the beach area which at present is totally out of hand and which is creating unsafe conditions particularly for young children using the beach as well as for drivers." Mildred Weiner, president of the Hall's Lake Association, and James Thomas, vice president, presented the petition. Constable Richard Minshull "said, "I can go out there any time you want." In other matters, William Lighffoot of Swamps Rd. complained of a road problem in his area saying, "The roads are in the worst condition of the 14 years I have been here. It is a combination of in- convenience, hazard and embarrassment. More recently, it has been increased automobile repair bills." Lightfoot said he had made arrangements with te Rep. John Zampieri to meet the appropriate people in Mon- tpelier, to get a "decent job of rehabilitating the roads". "If for some combination of reasons I do not get results, I would go to Washington. By the end of 10 days if you do not have a program going, then I start," said Lighffoot. Selectman Richard Rosen at a cost of $7,000. We have $1,000. had heavy, torrential down- Selectmen pours that have washed away Mayette the work we've done." from the truck Representatives of the W. the pond. A fire pond Newbury Fire Co., asked included in the town selectmen if they could use which is $1,000 from the sale of their old expended. The fire truck to pay for a fire pond tabled until the nextl that was built in W. Newbury Aug. 31. ER MARKD O NS Ill Most All Summer Mdse., as Shop Now For AIR C, ONDITIONED YOUR CHARGE ACCOUNT WOODSVILLE, N. H. ST. JOHNSBt:i;tY. VT. 6 t See how Ooclp beats the oompelition in prioe even Imfm ILMH[STIOKIER IlORK1NIII BISKSTIOKIHt UORETNU PRIOK DODGE PRIOK $5095* DOD6E OHm MISER $6499* $5386" $ 391 Ford Esoort 4-1k. Litigate $5729" $ 230 $6698* $ 603 VW Ibdddt L 4.Dr. Hbk, gas engine $6670* $1071 $6844* $ 849 Honda Oivio 4-Dr. Sedan $54H* $1000 HDGE MIES K COUPE Chevy Citation 2.Dr. Hbk, Oldsmobile Omega 2-Dr, Coupe Buiok Skylark 2.1k, Coupe DODGE 024 MISER Datsun 200SX 2.1Dr. Hi)k. Ford EXP Sport Ooupe VW Rabbit 2.1k, Hbk., gas engine $5499" DODGE LONG ilANGE $7H9" $2090 RAM 1H PICKUP $5234" $7253" $1754 05ewr,,lO $5689" $ 455 $5765* $ 266 Ford !:.100 $6839* $ 604 "Now Dodge and participating dealers fight high interest rates by contributing $300 to $700 cash rebate on new '81 Imports, Trucks and front-wheel.drive cars in stock, depending on model (excludes Misers and Vans). See your participating dealer for full details." Dodge Ram 160 Pickup Dodge Aries K 41: 2500- kari,-.a's highest miiup 6-pauoqw ur. eeuw ndoqe thm ehe emab., Dodp Omni msw so: 30 = t Better mHeap than Ford Esoort Litigate and priood $230 less. um pJwaod  and bttw ndoago Ilmn Ford or hov,/ Mih autmalic trai. ruse EPA est mpg ftgure for comparison Your m*leage rosy chftor epenOing on Speed, weather conchtions and trip Iongth Actual highway mileage will probably be lover ase sticker price exclodmg retie, taxes, destmatton chargos an0 optional oquipment LEVELS OF STANDARD EQUIPMENT VARY Prices shown foi' pickups are comparably equippea ontts We've pt favor's baoking, m m'm out to make this our sales event of the pat. Hurry before someone gets your deal, Walker Motor Sales,. Inc. Dartmouth College Road 603-747-3389 Woodsville, N.H.