"
Newspaper Archive of
Journal Opinion
Bradford , Vermont
Lyft
August 12, 1981     Journal Opinion
PAGE 16     (16 of 18 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 16     (16 of 18 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
August 12, 1981
 

Newspaper Archive of Journal Opinion produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2022. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




Page 8A-The Second Opinion-August 12, 1981 DORIS R. COl.TON " REAl. ESTATE East Thetford, Vt. 05043 Telephone (802)333-4644 Richard (Dick) DeGoosh 333-9623 Mike O'Donnel1333-9620 MARTHA H. DAVIES REAL ESTATE At Thegord Pharmacy East Thetford, Vt. 05043 (802)785-2849 Member Vt.-N.H. MLS The best in Modular Homes and Panelized Shells THOMAS REALTY00Nc FA RIVIS HOUSES A CREA GE ID k Newbury, Vermont (802) 866-5961 NO. 41|1- 2.33 acres, West Both, NH, $$,9/g-o1-- recroatkin home. NO. 426$- House on 20 acres, Ryegate, $45,000; almost dond-ond road; wonded acreage; secluded; excellent gambrel-style house oheost new. NO. 4276-- 105 ocras, Wrlght's Mr., Bradford, $63,000; one of the mast beautiful parcels af kind in VT. NO. 4|921-- 10.7 acres, Vorshire, Vt., nonr Judgement Ridge, $7,$00, Wooded, views, town rood. NO. 4312 - Mobile home on small tot, Nawbury, $23,500. NO. 4J17- Newbury. New, cstom crafted, white cedar, leri home. Four rooms, expandable to six, with full basement and well msuletnd. Beautiful kitchen with spacious custom-built cabinets, lovely living oroo with custom-mode cbendelter, This wall-built home has o waod-ggs com- bination heating system for low heat bill and is situated an 2 beautiful acres. Drive out tndoy and see this lovely home 1 mile from route 302 on Scotch Hullow Rand. Price $49,900.00. II1111|tl Near axlt 18 (Mm, N. II.) -- Hanover 48 miles, St. Johnsbury 10 miles. Completely rebuilt 1897 scheolheusa, modern in every way and with high qoofity furniture and furnishings. Much photographed view. Con be bought completely furnished tar $$5,80tl. No. 4138- 27 acres, Ryegote, $4,S00 (oskingh bordorh Cobarn Pond, swamp, rood frontege woodad; open; good for hunting camp, No. 4354- New House, Corinth, on 21 acres, $109,000; beautiful house, beautiful situation and beautiful views. NO. 4]16 - Rynga - Two tar the Ia d 0 -- New, nice 2-family home on pratty lot. $414,9111t. NO. 4348-- Nont retirement homa on 2 beautiful acres on Goshen Road in Bradford, $30,000. NO. l - Abandoned tara house on 65 acres, Newbury, $38,000. NO. 4555 - 6 Acret, Turkey Hill, Corinth, ,m0 beautiful open nd, high an a hill ) {i LWH= 1 Large IIm, on 4.6 tcru, Im e for evhing. Name has S BR, large living room, kitclum, laundW 1 mud room. 1 'h baths, full IHmem. .-rm r 9ore with mrote entrance and f bath. AI this far ............................... $IS '" lSlUl |emw, d tweak IntL 3 N. Large cmmtry ken, exposed t'm-s, decks, stone wails. Private ntal setting. Comt/modern systems. County elegan- ce .................................. St U,tN. eosb owner fmeml. Real e00ate faro FREE RENT-- for 2 weeks or New federal rules save / on security deposit when you rent a 1 bedroom e before A00=t cover movu00 ,...._arms ' rtment for details. Blackmount . Apartments, No. Haverhill. by GERALD H. WINN foot compartments. The (603) 787-6762 or 787-6419. Presidet of the company charges $420 to 4t--8-26--c North Country Board move 400 cubic feet of goods $175. PER MONTH includes of Realtors 200 miles. A schedule of all utilities in this new apt. Recent rulings by the charges for either additional Suitable for one person. Interstate Commerce Cam- miles or more cubic space is Security and references mission, which took affect last presented to the buyer. In this required. Convenient to June 10 may make moving a way the customer knows the Bradford and Woodsville 603- new experience for exact cost of his shipment 989-5931.8t--9-Z3--pd homeowners. * before the truck pulls aways NORTH HAVERHILL" The rulings deregulate the from his home and can also Recently remodeled, one moving industry and give control the manner in which bedroom apartment. Clean, moving con]panics wide the goods are loaded into his carpeted, energy efficient latitude to lower or raise cube. The simplicity of the appliances, steam heat. prices, offer incentives to system has meant the Laundromat for tenants. $40. customers, and generally elimination of weight bumping per week. Blackmount engage in competitive and reduced costs to apartments 603-787-6762. marketing strategies, customers. 8t--9-9-- As reported in "Realtor Interstate has also in- FOR RENT- BRADFORD -- News," the newspaper of the stituted three classes of One bedroom apartment, wall National Association of moving, similar to air fare to wall cw'peting, all utilities Realtors, the new rules plans: Plan C for scaled down furnishef -children, no stipulate that: service, pack-it-yourself, with pets, o1pg security Movers can chargedifferent no guarantee of pick up or deposit rences required. 802- tf----6- rates for sirnilar work. delivery dates; Plan B with z4-- Movers may offer binding packing and a more specific estimates that fix the cost of a time schedule, and Plan A move. with guaranteed pick up and AVAILABLE FOR IM- Movers can use their own delivery dates, $12,0001iability MEDIATE occupancy. A one and a two bedroom apart- formulas, rather than the and red carpet service on ment. Both with bath, wall to standard formula of the movingday. wall carpeting, kitchen ap- Interstate Commerce Cam- Other incentive plans in- pliances. Heat, lights, hot mission to compute an clude those of American Red water, gas, and rubbish estimate. Ball Transit which offers removal included in rent. The mover must keep in senior citizeus a 6 percent Security deposit required. No closer contact with customers break in moving costs. A children or pets in this well managed -building. Mt. about pickup and delivery recent promotion at North Gardner Apts., 43 Central St., dates. A mover must contact American Van Lines offered Woodsville, N.H. Tel. 787-6280 customers by telephone about discounts ranging from $5 up or 787-6355. Edward C. Patten. a change in schedule and to a free move for potential 4.-tf--c shipments cannot be delivered customers. earlier than the scheduled LISBON LIQUOR STORE date without the customer's location available for lease consent. L]y and August 25oh. Call 1-602-748- Those movers who fail to 8150. 4150 square feet. tf--7- perform on scheduled dates the land owner 15-- must compensate customers. The rules on landowner HOUSE FOR RENT--Statew Weight bumping- adding liability come from ancient Newbury house well situated, to estimated weight -- is English law. They have been Owner to retain two rooms, illegal and punishable by adopted, with some changes, Minor stipulations to be fairly imprisonment or a fineofupto by the American courts. insisted upon. No cats. $10,930. Customers have the Landowner liability depends Reasonable. 802-866-5670 or right to observe the weighing primarily on two factors. The 8o2-866-5657. 3t---8.5--- of the truck, first is the failure of the lan- The president of Allied VAN downer to meet his duty of HOUSE FOR RENT-- Large, Lines, the nation's largest care to protect a visitor from 4'-bedroom, ranch home. Two car garage. $400. plus utilities, carrier, said he doubted that injury. An unintentional In Bradford. References prices would come down for failure to meet this duty of required. Call 802-222-5711 consumers as a result of the care is called negligence. If a between 10 and 5. 1/,--8-12-- deregulation rulings, landowner is negligent, and if "This is a labor inteusive his negligence causes an in- BRADFORD- Recently. business, so by what force of' jury, the landowner may be remodeled apt_ 3 rooms, logic could prices possibly go liable. ground floor, walking distance down?" said Sidney Epstein, The second factor is the o village, stove and President of Allied. status of the person using the refrigerator furnished. Plenty of storage space. No pets. "Everything in the land, for the status of the ' Available Sept. 1st. 802-222- legislation seems to benefit visitor determines what the 4412. 3t--8-26-- the high volume shippers over landowner's duty of care is. the small guy and I have Visitors fall into three problems with that," hesaid, categories: trespassers, Several major moving licensees, and invitees. The HOSE FOR SAL-  companies told ',Realtor duty of the landowner to guard rooms/Bath, 3msL Hot News, t they am. busy against injury varies " with water heat, Garage. Close to planning innovativeprograms each type of visitor. For all services. Reasonable. to compete inthe market- example, a landowner has a Viola Powers, Woodsville, place, high duty of care to protect an N.H.747-3462. 3t--8-12--p For example, Interstate "invitee," but a low duty of Van Lines, Inc., based in care toward a "trespasser." HOUSE FOR 8ALF_,--Doul)le Springfield, Va., divided the Fortunately for the lan- tenement house. 2 hams. 10 acres land. $28,000. Must sell. space in its trucks into cubic (please turn to page A) Hall's Lake, Newbury, Vt. 603- 353-4848. 8t--9-2--p FRANCORIA INSURAIIE COLEBROOK--5 acre camp & REAL ESTATE AGENCY.___ lots onprivate road. $4,200. r,.,,,,k t..,.,,.,, I I Beautiful views. $100. down. lire ;h,'p:wd LL $60 per month to owner. Call (603) 882-$390. 6t---Z--p fi03-82:|-5505 I:r:,nr,nia. % .11. IEAI.TOR INTERESTING FACT The first launderette was the Washeterla, which opened at Fort Worth, Texas on April 18, 19M. It contained four electric washing machines that were charged by the hour. L lr= I  hIdl. 3 I. 3 Car detached Borate, on t .75 m. Cmvoniont to basic services, shopping, schools, Wondstev. incbded. Great Value at ..... $65,N8. ....... ..... eL ......... PIII tel Cd Ck &S . With pmoramic views. 2-4 , 1 kirge both. hutiful fbldstone fir. Finished pine floors. Pine penied vmls. easy 1. All this for only ................................... $6S,81. SO. I, Fir.= It.f s that  o little bit of wyth. Views, birch groves, ood wmtedy axpesura, mostly  .......................... $M[,I). LI= ! !.$! Ime=. Possible views of Dartmouth MrI= S M with bonvor pond -- yonr round reel ................................... $18,8tt. HOME AND 4 ACRES Fully-insulated,, two-bedroom home on 4 woodland acres +- with good access to" year- round gravel road. Dug well, septic system, privacy. $27,000. 12 ACRES Blacktop road frontage, brook, I0 acres open land which has been hayed; convenience to Barre and Hanover. $12,000. CHALET AND Z ACRE8 Living room with stove, heatilator fireplace and skylights, kitchen-dining area, one bedroom and bath on Ist floor. Second floor has two bedrooms; rough pine paneling, well insulated, well water, septic system. Electric backup heat; year-round gravel road. $39,000. CAPE AND 2 ACRES 3 bedroom Cape dose to town has recently been repainted inside and has bad carpentry work done; oil hot air heat, spring water. Detached 1 car garage. A good buy at $33,000. RICHARDSON ASSOCIATES INCORPORATED 802-222-4043 708D--BRADFORD -- Newly renovated 3 bdrm. Cape on village lot with wall to wall carpet, hardwood floors. Easy to heat. FHA approved. Excellent buy at $43,t08. 872D--BRADFORD -- Ranch' home w-5 bdrms., fireplaced living rm., cocy kitchen w-breakfast nook, screened in patio, panoramic views from picture window, paved drive w-1 car garage. $55,080. 718D---BRADFORD -- New 3 bdrm. Ranch w-lV= baths, deck w-view of mrs., garage under //4 basement w-remainder family rm. & laundry. Beautifully landscaped, private, partially , wooded lot. MSJ. 734D--BRADFORD -- Ideal retirement or first home. Easy to heat, quiet location, cloze to schools, churches, & shopping. Garage & workshop. $39,008. -O'Brien Realty of Bradford JCT. 5 & BRADFORD. VERMONT 050.'t .TEl,: Y22-483 VERMONT BRADFORD Bradford Mini Mart Bradford Village Store Gave & Bancroft P&C Town Market CORINTH Covey's General Store EAST CORINTH McLam's Store FAIRLEE Chapman's Drug Store Coffin's Garage Fairlee General Store GROTON William's Red Barn MONTPELIER Miller's News NEWBURY Newbury General Store POST MILLS Baker's Store SOUTH RYEGATE Neighborhood Grocery SOUTH STRAFFORD Coburn's Store THETFORD CENTER Thetford Village Store VERSHIRE Brook Bend General Store WAITS RIVER Waits River Store WELLS RIVER Thomas Drug Store Village Quick Stop WESTFAIRLEE Eastman's Store WEST TOPSHAM Hight's Store NEW HAMPSHIRE BATH Bath Brick Store Bath Variety Store LISBON The Family Drug Store LITTLETON Village Book Store LYME Nichol's Hardware NORTH HAVERHILL Aldrich's Store Doyles ORFORD Elm Corner Store ORFORDVILLE Brookside Orfordville General Store PIERMONT Gould's Country Store Four Corner Service Wardrop's P.O. PIKE Pike Store WARREN Bud's General Store WENTWORTH Shawnee's Store WOODSVILLE Coach & Paddock Kelley's Mann's Drug Store People's Market Petco Scotty's A newspaper especially for YOU! PROPOSED, .... STATE REGULATIONS EXPLANATION FOR CITIZENS By law, every proposed regulation must be published in on abbreviated notice form on a weekly basis in selected newspapers in the state. The purpose of publishing these regulations is to give you a chance to respond, orally or in writing. The law also says the agency must hold a public hearing on a proposed regulation if 2.5 persons or an association having at least 25 members requests it in writing. To get a copy of a rule or make suggestions to the agency, call or write the contact person listed below for each regulation. You can also make comments to the Legislative Committee which reviews regulations by contacting the Committee on Administrative Rules, State House, Montpelier, VT 05602 (telephone: 828-2231). You may also write to the Secretary of State, 109 State Street, Pavilion Building, Montpelier, VT 05602, or call this office toll free at 1-800-642-5155. MUNICIPAL WATER SUPPLY PROJECT PRIORITY SYSTEM Vermont Proposed Rule 81-P73 AGENCY: Enviormental Conservation and Health Department FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: William C. Brierley, P.E., Environmental Engineering Executive, Agency of Environmental Conservation, 81 River Street, Montpelier, VT 05602. Phone: 828-3345; or Kenneth M. Stone, P.E., Director of Environmental Health, Vermont Health Department, 60 Main Street, Burlington, VT 05401. Phone: 862-5701. ORDER 58 AMENDMENTS Vermont Proposed Rule 81-P74 AGENCY: Public Service Board FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Susan Hudson, Clerk of the Public Service Board, 120 State Street, Montpelier, VT 05602. Phone: 828-2319. GUARANTEES OF ENERGY CONSERVATION LOANS ' Vermont Proposed Rule 81-P75 AGENCY: Vermont Home Mortgage Guarantee Board, FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Thomas P. Brisson, Assistant Clerk, Vt. Home Mortgage Guarantee Board, P. O. Box 408, Burlington, VT 05401. Phone: 862-0670. GUARANTEES OF MORTGAGE LOANS Vermont Proposed Rule 81-P76 AGENCY: Vermont Home Mortgage Guarantee Board FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Thomas P. Brisson, Assistant Clerk, Vt. Home Mortgage Guarantee Board (see above). ALCOHOUC BEVERAGES; HOURS OF SALE Vermont Proposed Rule 81 P77 AGENCY: Department of Liquor Control FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Miss Jean A. Hickey, Liquor Commissioner, Department of Liquor Control, State Office Building, Montpelier, VT 05602. or 1-800-642-3134. THE COUPON CLIPPER means king-size savings for ONLY IN THE Journal i INTERESTING FACT I NTERESTING 1 Old Western gunfighter President Ronald Wyatt Earp's middle names last movie was were Berry Stapp. 1964. UNITED STATES OF AM FEDERAL ENERGY REI COMMISSION Wells River Hydro Associates, Inc. Project No. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR EXEMPTION FROM LICENSING OF A SMALL HYDROELECTRIC PROJECT OF 5 MEGAWATTS OR LE (July 31, 1981) Take notice that the Wells River Hydro Inc. filed with the Federal Energy mission on June 1, 1981, an application for for its Wells River Project No. 4770 from Part I of the Federal Power Act pursuant Part 4 subpart K (1980) implementing in 498 of the Energy Security Act of 1960. project would be located on the Wells River i9 County, Vermont. Correspondence with should he directed to: Mr/Richard A. Development Associates, Inc., Six Essex Lawrence, Massachusetts 01840. Project Description -- The proposed project would consist of: 1) an gravity dam eight feet high and 150 feet inch flashboards; 2) an impoundment with area of two acres and negligible storage; penstock, five feet in diameter and 500 feet: new concrete powerhouse, 20 by 30 feet, downstream from the dam and containing a meter tube turbine-generator unit rated at under a rated net head of 75 feet; 5) a 200-foot long transmission line; 6) a new excavated tailrace; and 7) appurtenant average annual generation of 3.3 million kWh sold to Green Mountain Power Corporation. Purpose of Exemption -- An gives the Exemptce priority of control and operation of the project under the exemption from licensing, and protects the ] from permit or license applicants that take or develop the project. Agency Comments -- Federal, State, agencies that receive this notice mailing from the Commission are invited to comments on the described application for (A copy of the application may be from the Applicant). Comments should be substantive issues relevant to the exemption and consistent with the exemption as described in this notice. requests for comments will be made. If an a[ not file comments within 60 days of of this notice, it will be presumed tc Competing Applications -- Any qualified plicant desiring to file a competing submit to the Commission, on or before 1981, either a competing license a proposes to develop at least 7.5 project, or a notice of intent to file such a. plAcation. Submission of a timely notice an interested person to file the application no later than January 11, 1962. for a preliminary permit will not be of intent must conform with the C.F.R. Sections 4.33(b) and .(c) (1980). license application must conform requirements of 18 C.F.R. Sections 4.33 (1980). Comments, Protests, or Petitions to Anyone desiring to be heard or to make about this application should file a petition or a protest with the Commission, the requirements of its Rules of Procedure, 18 C.F.R. Section 1.8 or 1.10 (1 ments not in the nature of a protest may mAtted by conforming to the procedureS Section 1.10 for protests. In propriate action to take, all protests or other comments filed, but a merely files a protest or comments party to the proceeding. To become a participate in any bearing, a person must to intervene in accordance with the Rules. Any comments, protest, or Filing and Service of Responsive comments, protests, or petitions to bear in all capital letters the title "PROTEST", 'or "PETITION TO applicable. Any of these filing., made in response to this notice of exemption for Project No. 4770. Any comments, notices of intent, placations, protests, or petitions to filed by, providing the original and required by F. Plumb, Secretary, Federal Commission, 825 North Capitol . * Washington, D. C. 20426. An additiomU sent to: Fred E. Springer, Division of Hydropower Licensing, Regulatory Commission, Room 298, 400 W., Washington, D: C. 20426. A intent, competing application, or must also be served upon each Applicant specified in the first notice. I+ Pub. Law08-294,94 amends inter alia, Sections 405 and Utility Regulatory Policies Act Sections 2705 and 2708) Page 8A-The Second Opinion-August 12, 1981 DORIS R. COl.TON " REAl. ESTATE East Thetford, Vt. 05043 Telephone (802)333-4644 Richard (Dick) DeGoosh 333-9623 Mike O'Donnel1333-9620 MARTHA H. DAVIES REAL ESTATE At Thegord Pharmacy East Thetford, Vt. 05043 (802)785-2849 Member Vt.-N.H. MLS The best in Modular Homes and Panelized Shells THOMAS REALTY00Nc FA RIVIS HOUSES A CREA GE ID k Newbury, Vermont (802) 866-5961 NO. 41|1- 2.33 acres, West Both, NH, $$,9/g-o1-- recroatkin home. NO. 426$- House on 20 acres, Ryegate, $45,000; almost dond-ond road; wonded acreage; secluded; excellent gambrel-style house oheost new. NO. 4276-- 105 ocras, Wrlght's Mr., Bradford, $63,000; one of the mast beautiful parcels af kind in VT. NO. 4|921-- 10.7 acres, Vorshire, Vt., nonr Judgement Ridge, $7,$00, Wooded, views, town rood. NO. 4312 - Mobile home on small tot, Nawbury, $23,500. NO. 4J17- Newbury. New, cstom crafted, white cedar, leri home. Four rooms, expandable to six, with full basement and well msuletnd. Beautiful kitchen with spacious custom-built cabinets, lovely living oroo with custom-mode cbendelter, This wall-built home has o waod-ggs com- bination heating system for low heat bill and is situated an 2 beautiful acres. Drive out tndoy and see this lovely home 1 mile from route 302 on Scotch Hullow Rand. Price $49,900.00. II1111|tl Near axlt 18 (Mm, N. II.) -- Hanover 48 miles, St. Johnsbury 10 miles. Completely rebuilt 1897 scheolheusa, modern in every way and with high qoofity furniture and furnishings. Much photographed view. Con be bought completely furnished tar $$5,80tl. No. 4138- 27 acres, Ryegote, $4,S00 (oskingh bordorh Cobarn Pond, swamp, rood frontege woodad; open; good for hunting camp, No. 4354- New House, Corinth, on 21 acres, $109,000; beautiful house, beautiful situation and beautiful views. NO. 4]16 - Rynga - Two tar the Ia d 0 -- New, nice 2-family home on pratty lot. $414,9111t. NO. 4348-- Nont retirement homa on 2 beautiful acres on Goshen Road in Bradford, $30,000. NO. l - Abandoned tara house on 65 acres, Newbury, $38,000. NO. 4555 - 6 Acret, Turkey Hill, Corinth, ,m0 beautiful open nd, high an a hill ) {i LWH= 1 Large IIm, on 4.6 tcru, Im e for evhing. Name has S BR, large living room, kitclum, laundW 1 mud room. 1 'h baths, full IHmem. .-rm r 9ore with mrote entrance and f bath. AI this far ............................... $IS '" lSlUl |emw, d tweak IntL 3 N. Large cmmtry ken, exposed t'm-s, decks, stone wails. Private ntal setting. Comt/modern systems. County elegan- ce .................................. St U,tN. eosb owner fmeml. Real e00ate faro FREE RENT-- for 2 weeks or New federal rules save / on security deposit when you rent a 1 bedroom e before A00=t cover movu00 ,...._arms ' rtment for details. Blackmount . Apartments, No. Haverhill. by GERALD H. WINN foot compartments. The (603) 787-6762 or 787-6419. Presidet of the company charges $420 to 4t--8-26--c North Country Board move 400 cubic feet of goods $175. PER MONTH includes of Realtors 200 miles. A schedule of all utilities in this new apt. Recent rulings by the charges for either additional Suitable for one person. Interstate Commerce Cam- miles or more cubic space is Security and references mission, which took affect last presented to the buyer. In this required. Convenient to June 10 may make moving a way the customer knows the Bradford and Woodsville 603- new experience for exact cost of his shipment 989-5931.8t--9-Z3--pd homeowners. * before the truck pulls aways NORTH HAVERHILL" The rulings deregulate the from his home and can also Recently remodeled, one moving industry and give control the manner in which bedroom apartment. Clean, moving con]panics wide the goods are loaded into his carpeted, energy efficient latitude to lower or raise cube. The simplicity of the appliances, steam heat. prices, offer incentives to system has meant the Laundromat for tenants. $40. customers, and generally elimination of weight bumping per week. Blackmount engage in competitive and reduced costs to apartments 603-787-6762. marketing strategies, customers. 8t--9-9-- As reported in "Realtor Interstate has also in- FOR RENT- BRADFORD -- News," the newspaper of the stituted three classes of One bedroom apartment, wall National Association of moving, similar to air fare to wall cw'peting, all utilities Realtors, the new rules plans: Plan C for scaled down furnishef -children, no stipulate that: service, pack-it-yourself, with pets, o1pg security Movers can chargedifferent no guarantee of pick up or deposit rences required. 802- tf----6- rates for sirnilar work. delivery dates; Plan B with z4-- Movers may offer binding packing and a more specific estimates that fix the cost of a time schedule, and Plan A move. with guaranteed pick up and AVAILABLE FOR IM- Movers can use their own delivery dates, $12,0001iability MEDIATE occupancy. A one and a two bedroom apart- formulas, rather than the and red carpet service on ment. Both with bath, wall to standard formula of the movingday. wall carpeting, kitchen ap- Interstate Commerce Cam- Other incentive plans in- pliances. Heat, lights, hot mission to compute an clude those of American Red water, gas, and rubbish estimate. Ball Transit which offers removal included in rent. The mover must keep in senior citizeus a 6 percent Security deposit required. No closer contact with customers break in moving costs. A children or pets in this well managed -building. Mt. about pickup and delivery recent promotion at North Gardner Apts., 43 Central St., dates. A mover must contact American Van Lines offered Woodsville, N.H. Tel. 787-6280 customers by telephone about discounts ranging from $5 up or 787-6355. Edward C. Patten. a change in schedule and to a free move for potential 4.-tf--c shipments cannot be delivered customers. earlier than the scheduled LISBON LIQUOR STORE date without the customer's location available for lease consent. L]y and August 25oh. Call 1-602-748- Those movers who fail to 8150. 4150 square feet. tf--7- perform on scheduled dates the land owner 15-- must compensate customers. The rules on landowner HOUSE FOR RENT--Statew Weight bumping- adding liability come from ancient Newbury house well situated, to estimated weight -- is English law. They have been Owner to retain two rooms, illegal and punishable by adopted, with some changes, Minor stipulations to be fairly imprisonment or a fineofupto by the American courts. insisted upon. No cats. $10,930. Customers have the Landowner liability depends Reasonable. 802-866-5670 or right to observe the weighing primarily on two factors. The 8o2-866-5657. 3t---8.5--- of the truck, first is the failure of the lan- The president of Allied VAN downer to meet his duty of HOUSE FOR RENT-- Large, Lines, the nation's largest care to protect a visitor from 4'-bedroom, ranch home. Two car garage. $400. plus utilities, carrier, said he doubted that injury. An unintentional In Bradford. References prices would come down for failure to meet this duty of required. Call 802-222-5711 consumers as a result of the care is called negligence. If a between 10 and 5. 1/,--8-12-- deregulation rulings, landowner is negligent, and if "This is a labor inteusive his negligence causes an in- BRADFORD- Recently. business, so by what force of' jury, the landowner may be remodeled apt_ 3 rooms, logic could prices possibly go liable. ground floor, walking distance down?" said Sidney Epstein, The second factor is the o village, stove and President of Allied. status of the person using the refrigerator furnished. Plenty of storage space. No pets. "Everything in the land, for the status of the ' Available Sept. 1st. 802-222- legislation seems to benefit visitor determines what the 4412. 3t--8-26-- the high volume shippers over landowner's duty of care is. the small guy and I have Visitors fall into three problems with that," hesaid, categories: trespassers, Several major moving licensees, and invitees. The HOSE FOR SAL-  companies told ',Realtor duty of the landowner to guard rooms/Bath, 3msL Hot News, t they am. busy against injury varies " with water heat, Garage. Close to planning innovativeprograms each type of visitor. For all services. Reasonable. to compete inthe market- example, a landowner has a Viola Powers, Woodsville, place, high duty of care to protect an N.H.747-3462. 3t--8-12--p For example, Interstate "invitee," but a low duty of Van Lines, Inc., based in care toward a "trespasser." HOUSE FOR 8ALF_,--Doul)le Springfield, Va., divided the Fortunately for the lan- tenement house. 2 hams. 10 acres land. $28,000. Must sell. space in its trucks into cubic (please turn to page A) Hall's Lake, Newbury, Vt. 603- 353-4848. 8t--9-2--p FRANCORIA INSURAIIE COLEBROOK--5 acre camp & REAL ESTATE AGENCY.___ lots onprivate road. $4,200. r,.,,,,k t..,.,,.,, I I Beautiful views. $100. down. lire ;h,'p:wd LL $60 per month to owner. Call (603) 882-$390. 6t---Z--p fi03-82:|-5505 I:r:,nr,nia. % .11. IEAI.TOR INTERESTING FACT The first launderette was the Washeterla, which opened at Fort Worth, Texas on April 18, 19M. It contained four electric washing machines that were charged by the hour. L lr= I  hIdl. 3 I. 3 Car detached Borate, on t .75 m. Cmvoniont to basic services, shopping, schools, Wondstev. incbded. Great Value at ..... $65,N8. ....... ..... eL ......... PIII tel Cd Ck &S . With pmoramic views. 2-4 , 1 kirge both. hutiful fbldstone fir. Finished pine floors. Pine penied vmls. easy 1. All this for only ................................... $6S,81. SO. I, Fir.= It.f s that  o little bit of wyth. Views, birch groves, ood wmtedy axpesura, mostly  .......................... $M[,I). LI= ! !.$! Ime=. Possible views of Dartmouth MrI= S M with bonvor pond -- yonr round reel ................................... $18,8tt. HOME AND 4 ACRES Fully-insulated,, two-bedroom home on 4 woodland acres +- with good access to" year- round gravel road. Dug well, septic system, privacy. $27,000. 12 ACRES Blacktop road frontage, brook, I0 acres open land which has been hayed; convenience to Barre and Hanover. $12,000. CHALET AND Z ACRE8 Living room with stove, heatilator fireplace and skylights, kitchen-dining area, one bedroom and bath on Ist floor. Second floor has two bedrooms; rough pine paneling, well insulated, well water, septic system. Electric backup heat; year-round gravel road. $39,000. CAPE AND 2 ACRES 3 bedroom Cape dose to town has recently been repainted inside and has bad carpentry work done; oil hot air heat, spring water. Detached 1 car garage. A good buy at $33,000. RICHARDSON ASSOCIATES INCORPORATED 802-222-4043 708D--BRADFORD -- Newly renovated 3 bdrm. Cape on village lot with wall to wall carpet, hardwood floors. Easy to heat. FHA approved. Excellent buy at $43,t08. 872D--BRADFORD -- Ranch' home w-5 bdrms., fireplaced living rm., cocy kitchen w-breakfast nook, screened in patio, panoramic views from picture window, paved drive w-1 car garage. $55,080. 718D---BRADFORD -- New 3 bdrm. Ranch w-lV= baths, deck w-view of mrs., garage under //4 basement w-remainder family rm. & laundry. Beautifully landscaped, private, partially , wooded lot. MSJ. 734D--BRADFORD -- Ideal retirement or first home. Easy to heat, quiet location, cloze to schools, churches, & shopping. Garage & workshop. $39,008. -O'Brien Realty of Bradford JCT. 5 & BRADFORD. VERMONT 050.'t .TEl,: Y22-483 VERMONT BRADFORD Bradford Mini Mart Bradford Village Store Gave & Bancroft P&C Town Market CORINTH Covey's General Store EAST CORINTH McLam's Store FAIRLEE Chapman's Drug Store Coffin's Garage Fairlee General Store GROTON William's Red Barn MONTPELIER Miller's News NEWBURY Newbury General Store POST MILLS Baker's Store SOUTH RYEGATE Neighborhood Grocery SOUTH STRAFFORD Coburn's Store THETFORD CENTER Thetford Village Store VERSHIRE Brook Bend General Store WAITS RIVER Waits River Store WELLS RIVER Thomas Drug Store Village Quick Stop WESTFAIRLEE Eastman's Store WEST TOPSHAM Hight's Store NEW HAMPSHIRE BATH Bath Brick Store Bath Variety Store LISBON The Family Drug Store LITTLETON Village Book Store LYME Nichol's Hardware NORTH HAVERHILL Aldrich's Store Doyles ORFORD Elm Corner Store ORFORDVILLE Brookside Orfordville General Store PIERMONT Gould's Country Store Four Corner Service Wardrop's P.O. PIKE Pike Store WARREN Bud's General Store WENTWORTH Shawnee's Store WOODSVILLE Coach & Paddock Kelley's Mann's Drug Store People's Market Petco Scotty's A newspaper especially for YOU! PROPOSED, .... STATE REGULATIONS EXPLANATION FOR CITIZENS By law, every proposed regulation must be published in on abbreviated notice form on a weekly basis in selected newspapers in the state. The purpose of publishing these regulations is to give you a chance to respond, orally or in writing. The law also says the agency must hold a public hearing on a proposed regulation if 2.5 persons or an association having at least 25 members requests it in writing. To get a copy of a rule or make suggestions to the agency, call or write the contact person listed below for each regulation. You can also make comments to the Legislative Committee which reviews regulations by contacting the Committee on Administrative Rules, State House, Montpelier, VT 05602 (telephone: 828-2231). You may also write to the Secretary of State, 109 State Street, Pavilion Building, Montpelier, VT 05602, or call this office toll free at 1-800-642-5155. MUNICIPAL WATER SUPPLY PROJECT PRIORITY SYSTEM Vermont Proposed Rule 81-P73 AGENCY: Enviormental Conservation and Health Department FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: William C. Brierley, P.E., Environmental Engineering Executive, Agency of Environmental Conservation, 81 River Street, Montpelier, VT 05602. Phone: 828-3345; or Kenneth M. Stone, P.E., Director of Environmental Health, Vermont Health Department, 60 Main Street, Burlington, VT 05401. Phone: 862-5701. ORDER 58 AMENDMENTS Vermont Proposed Rule 81-P74 AGENCY: Public Service Board FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Susan Hudson, Clerk of the Public Service Board, 120 State Street, Montpelier, VT 05602. Phone: 828-2319. GUARANTEES OF ENERGY CONSERVATION LOANS ' Vermont Proposed Rule 81-P75 AGENCY: Vermont Home Mortgage Guarantee Board, FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Thomas P. Brisson, Assistant Clerk, Vt. Home Mortgage Guarantee Board, P. O. Box 408, Burlington, VT 05401. Phone: 862-0670. GUARANTEES OF MORTGAGE LOANS Vermont Proposed Rule 81-P76 AGENCY: Vermont Home Mortgage Guarantee Board FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Thomas P. Brisson, Assistant Clerk, Vt. Home Mortgage Guarantee Board (see above). ALCOHOUC BEVERAGES; HOURS OF SALE Vermont Proposed Rule 81 P77 AGENCY: Department of Liquor Control FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Miss Jean A. Hickey, Liquor Commissioner, Department of Liquor Control, State Office Building, Montpelier, VT 05602. or 1-800-642-3134. THE COUPON CLIPPER means king-size savings for ONLY IN THE Journal i INTERESTING FACT I NTERESTING 1 Old Western gunfighter President Ronald Wyatt Earp's middle names last movie was were Berry Stapp. 1964. UNITED STATES OF AM FEDERAL ENERGY REI COMMISSION Wells River Hydro Associates, Inc. Project No. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR EXEMPTION FROM LICENSING OF A SMALL HYDROELECTRIC PROJECT OF 5 MEGAWATTS OR LE (July 31, 1981) Take notice that the Wells River Hydro Inc. filed with the Federal Energy mission on June 1, 1981, an application for for its Wells River Project No. 4770 from Part I of the Federal Power Act pursuant Part 4 subpart K (1980) implementing in 498 of the Energy Security Act of 1960. project would be located on the Wells River i9 County, Vermont. Correspondence with should he directed to: Mr/Richard A. Development Associates, Inc., Six Essex Lawrence, Massachusetts 01840. Project Description -- The proposed project would consist of: 1) an gravity dam eight feet high and 150 feet inch flashboards; 2) an impoundment with area of two acres and negligible storage; penstock, five feet in diameter and 500 feet: new concrete powerhouse, 20 by 30 feet, downstream from the dam and containing a meter tube turbine-generator unit rated at under a rated net head of 75 feet; 5) a 200-foot long transmission line; 6) a new excavated tailrace; and 7) appurtenant average annual generation of 3.3 million kWh sold to Green Mountain Power Corporation. Purpose of Exemption -- An gives the Exemptce priority of control and operation of the project under the exemption from licensing, and protects the ] from permit or license applicants that take or develop the project. Agency Comments -- Federal, State, agencies that receive this notice mailing from the Commission are invited to comments on the described application for (A copy of the application may be from the Applicant). Comments should be substantive issues relevant to the exemption and consistent with the exemption as described in this notice. requests for comments will be made. If an a[ not file comments within 60 days of of this notice, it will be presumed tc Competing Applications -- Any qualified plicant desiring to file a competing submit to the Commission, on or before 1981, either a competing license a proposes to develop at least 7.5 project, or a notice of intent to file such a. plAcation. Submission of a timely notice an interested person to file the application no later than January 11, 1962. for a preliminary permit will not be of intent must conform with the C.F.R. Sections 4.33(b) and .(c) (1980). license application must conform requirements of 18 C.F.R. Sections 4.33 (1980). Comments, Protests, or Petitions to Anyone desiring to be heard or to make about this application should file a petition or a protest with the Commission, the requirements of its Rules of Procedure, 18 C.F.R. Section 1.8 or 1.10 (1 ments not in the nature of a protest may mAtted by conforming to the procedureS Section 1.10 for protests. In propriate action to take, all protests or other comments filed, but a merely files a protest or comments party to the proceeding. To become a participate in any bearing, a person must to intervene in accordance with the Rules. Any comments, protest, or Filing and Service of Responsive comments, protests, or petitions to bear in all capital letters the title "PROTEST", 'or "PETITION TO applicable. Any of these filing., made in response to this notice of exemption for Project No. 4770. Any comments, notices of intent, placations, protests, or petitions to filed by, providing the original and required by F. Plumb, Secretary, Federal Commission, 825 North Capitol . * Washington, D. C. 20426. An additiomU sent to: Fred E. Springer, Division of Hydropower Licensing, Regulatory Commission, Room 298, 400 W., Washington, D: C. 20426. A intent, competing application, or must also be served upon each Applicant specified in the first notice. I+ Pub. Law08-294,94 amends inter alia, Sections 405 and Utility Regulatory Policies Act Sections 2705 and 2708)