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. .9943 IO Number 33 Ser00:ng Over 48 Communities in Northern New Hampshire and Vermont August 19, lggl AWARDS PROGRAM--WoodsviIle Town Recreation Program John Bagonzi announced the awards despite the rain at the WoedsvilIe Program Summer Awards ceremony held on Thursday, August 6. and results on page 5. library project is blocked stalemate over the library board of trustees, dleapped persons to the access to the The trustees have raised basement town offices. is threatening to $154,000 of the cost from the To solve the objection, to construct a public, another $30,000 would have to to the Lyme The last minute hitch that be raised for an elevator.. town offices indefinitely halted ground- "The idea that we'd be breaking ceremonies was the ready to pay $30,000 for an have to hag the rejection of town plans by the elevator to go up six feet is give people Governor's Council on the just ridiculous, especially money," said Handicapped on grounds of when the state and federal Eleanor Crary of inadequate access for ban- government is telling us all to economize," Crary said. Don Metz of Lyme, architect Ph * for the project, said the one service Governor's Council refused his suggestion for a chair lift .....;- F airle like the one proposed in the e Thayer Dining Hall at Dar- new optional customers a reduction in toll tmouth, but that he told the .hat provides charges to fi'equently called Thayer project was part of a calls is now exchanges which they can renovation and thus exempt select based on their own from review. Lg by New calling needs." "The killer is that they are is called Provisions of the service willing to say it's safe in an old Service and include: building, but not in a new and two-party A 50 per cent discount on one," Metz said. a 50 per directly dialed calls to a on calls to maximum of 10 exchanges chosen beyond a customer's local -radius. service area, all within ling Service Vermont and none exceeding on a a 24-mile radius from the by the customers' exchange. Vermont An entry fee per exchange by New selected ranging from 85 cents to $1.80 applies in addition to Selectman approve open boule law Committee stud.0000g town and police deparmwnt BRADFORD--Bradford selectmen have adopted an "open bottle law" that will restrict the use of alcoholic bevwages on public property in the Town of Bradford. The law was voted on at their Thursday, August 13 meeting at the Bradford Academy Building. The law prohibits persons from carrying or having in their possession open con- tainers of "fermented" beveraged, includingwine, beer and liquor, in public places. The selectmen decided to amend the ordinance to include homemade alcoholic beverages by omitting the words "produced for sale" from the statute's text. The ordinance will go into effect 60 days after the town has posted the ordinance in 5 public places and submitted a Village discusses police notice to an area newspaper. During the meeting, most of the selectmen said they felt the ordinance would be useful as a tool for police to use when breaking up large groups of people that are drinking in a public place and showing the possibility of getting out of hand. All selectmen appeared to agree that the ordinance Was not meant to be a con- demnation of alcoholic BRADFORD--The Village of Bradford trustees/net at their beverages. Police Department studied The Selectmen also discussed the status of the seven member Police Com- mittee previously formed at their request. The committee was formed after they had been presented with a petition from 78 town and village residents, calling for a joint Town and Village of Bradford Committee Report The complete text of the Bradford Police Committee including the proposed budKet is on page 4. Wells River. signs contract for sewer WELLS RIVER--The proximate $2.3 million dollars Trustees of Wefts River Village have signed a $1,033,891 contract with Ralph B. Goodrich, Inc., of S. Burlington for sewage con- struction. Goodrich was the low bidder of six companies. Preliminary work on the project started Aug. 15 and will continue until the winter season. Con- struction will resume again in the spring, with the expected completion date in the fall of 1982 with the connection to the Weodsville sewage treatment plant. regular meeting Wednesday Goodrich has agreed to August 12 to review the new supply the Trustees with a open bottle ordinance passed schedule of dates and by the town selectmen later locations for work to be done, that Thursday August 13. The updating as needed. The hiring of Lynn Clogs,on as Trustees will see that the including Wells River's share of the Woodsville treatment plant. With the awarding of this contract, the trustees now have more concrete in- formation and are now working on an estimate of actual net capital costs to the individual homeowners. Final net costs cannot be ascertained until the com- pletion of the project. Operation and maintenance costs depend on Woodsville's actual costs from which Wells River's share will be com- puted. An explanatory brochure will he published as soon as possible with cost estimates. "watchman" for the village schedule is posted and Labor complaint was also noted by the trustees published. Before any actual at the meeting which was held work is done in the streets, the 4]]  iJrl at the B-Aeadmlny :d,tlU:'tIt  .... ! Building. foreman will be ctacttnli'ORFORDA third former Clogston will become pOlice employee of Equity officer for the village after Publishing Corp. has filed an completion of a 54-heur basic state law enforcement course in Pittsford. He has taken over the village policeman's position from Arthur Greer, who resigned after one week on the job over a disagreement On mileage payments and other issues. According to Bradford Administrator Susan Spaulding, the Trustees reviewgd the 79 signature petition for police protection signed by town and village residents. Spaulding said the Trustees also discussed issues pertaining to the police committee, formed by the selectmen to study the feasibility of a joint Town and Village of Bradford police department. each homeowner in advance so that there will be no misunderstandings as to where and how connections to the system will be made. The project will be overseen by the village's engineering consultant, Whitman & Howard, Inc. who have been engineers for the village since the inception of the basic sewage project in the early 198o's. Tom Key will be the resident engineer on the job to oversee and protect the village's in- terests, and he will be the contact person for information about the construction. Key will reside in the Village during the total project, working as many hours as the contractors crews. The total capital cost of the sewage project will ap- unfair labor practice charge against the firm;' John McMaster of E. Corinth filed the charge with the National Labor Relations Board, which earlier authorized an investigation into the complaint of Thomas Trunzo but said there was insufficient evidence to support a charge filed by Jeaquin Bermudez. All three men were fired by Equity. They claimed in their labor board complaints that their dismissals were because of their attempts to organize company employees into a union of The Newspaper Guild. Equity is owned by former New Hampshire Gov. Meldrim Thomson Jr. shwt.sleeves session Jeffords visits Bradford.for " " " BRADFORD--Congressmav James Jeffords held the first ....  ......... of his 13 informal "shirt- : : sleeves" meetings to be held around the state at the Police Department. The committee met for the second time Thursday night at 7:30 p.m. at the Bradford Academy Building. The committee is reviewing the police services that are presently available to the Bradford area and studying the feasibility of a police department as called for in the petition. Bradford Town and Village Administrator, Susan Spaulding, said "Basically, what we're trying for is a two man, 80 hour force." Spaulding says she has been in contact with town officials in Lyndonville, a town of similar size to Bradford located north of St. Johnsbury in Caledonia County. Lyndonville main- tains a two man full-time police force and Spaulding has Serving on the Police Committee from the Town of Bradford are Charles Collier, David Polli, Gene Perryman, Gary Moore and Michael Claflin. Serving from the Village of Bradford are Ray Green and Bonnie Tomlinson. Other Business The Selectmen also signed a 5-year lease with the VermOnt State Police for rental of a 900 sq. ft. room upstairs in the Bradford Academy Building. The State Police will pay the town $454 per month to use as a place to do paperwork for the State troopers in this area. The Selectmen decided to begin looking for bids again for the replacement of the doors on the fire station which are said to be too small. A previous request for bids on the project was unsuccessful. been trying to compare Bradford's police department cost estimates to Lyn- donville's operating budget. Spaulding told the select- men that the police committee would be discussing proposed budget figures for a two-man police department at Thur- sday night's committee meeting. She said the proposed yearly operating figure they would discuss was around $44,250, which does not include the cost of equipment needed to set up the depart- ment. She said the $44,250 figure was concurrent with that of Lyndonville's operating costs. There will be a special Town Meeting held on August 25 for the village and townspeople to vote on the police department issue. COOLING OFF--Little Miss Cote of Dorchester gets relaxing reserved seat at Grafton 4-H Horse Show in N. Haverhill. More pictures and results on page 7. Principal NEWBURYNewbury school board members Delores Drugach and Russell Carson, along with Superintendent John Fontana and assistant superintendent Rufus Ansley, met in executive session on Aug. 11 to interview four recommended candidates for the position of elementary school principal (vacated by the resignation in June of Edward Arnold). The executive session lasted from 6:15 until 8:45, and began again after the regular meeting at about 9:45. Absent member Gerry Brooks con- sulted by telephone. John Sanborn was chosen as principal for the Newbury Elementary School. Sanborn named in Newbury Plymouth State. In other matters, the board policy regarding use of the Town Hall was discussed. The fee is $15 for the upstairs and $15 for the downstairs. Use by non-profit groups was also discussed. Russell Carson said, "I have the feeling that if someone is using the building every af- ternoan from 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m., they ought to pay somethiffg whether its non- profit or not. If a group uses it just once in a while, that's something else. Consensus is that non-profit groups may be charged as deemed appropriate. The superintendent will draft a statement concerning ex- the school board at a tran- sportation meeting held in the superintendent's office Monday August 17, 1981, to review the master busing plan. A committee was appointed to review the method of tax collection. Members are Karl Schwenke, Scott Mahoney, Charles Bailey, and Richard Sweuson, also in consultation with tax collector Kathleen Knight. The board established the policy that the budgeted $?5 is all that will be paid auditors ill the future, (not the$4 per hour requested and paid this year), The auditors will be so notified. Each school board appointa Anthony regular monthly local service Academy Building last charges. " ............... Tuesday. the service is The discount applies to all r Jeffords told the. Journal has been employed as an tended use of the hall. two members and an alternate ..... Opinion these meetings have English teacher at Oxbow Contracts for teachers are to the Parent Advisory Provide an customer-dialed calls except ill .............. been set up so he "can talk High School for the past 10 being drawn up according to Council (PAC), a district Standard toll thasebetween9a.m, andnoon i with individuals having years. He holds a Bachelorof the master contract approved advisory committee for TiUe l problems with the federal Arts degree in English from at the July 19,1981 meeting, and special programs. allowing on weekdays. SETTL.0000 bureaucracy." Approx- Keene State College and a Supplies are arriving daily, Members from Newbury are imately 35 people Masters in Education trom although textbooks have not Viola E n ' J R.yega been ordered at this time. TUt , , split over !, turned out for the meeting,although according to Jef- te to take Gerry Brooks represented for ter, fords, the Bradford session mitio policy turned up relatively.few in- bids for sewer Joh Sa b rn is n dividual complaints.. Jeffords W said the topics discussed by RYEGATESelectmen have n n o Emerson and Diane Tuttle, with an appointment for alternate pending. group of 78 little say in how the Academy  the group "covered the announced that owners of 14 fl k i signed a is run. ' .... TOWN- VILLAGE  waterfront" of issues con- properties in central S. we = nown n area Thetford But Headmaster Frederick N CLERK -- TREASURER cerning Vermonters. Besides Ryegate have agreed to sign as Torrey says few who complain MOII.,F|LS:3Oto3 the obvious issue of howthe easements as part of a NEWBURY--The Newbury contributions to curriculum so they can bother to attend public . .... .: ..... from meetings of the Academy's ELECIIIIEI Of F[E . Reagan Administration's tax federally-financed sewer School Board has named John development at Oxbow High cuts will affect Vermont, the system designed to clean up Sanborn as principal of School and in the Orange East board of trustees, group also discussed topics theWells River. . Newbury Elementary School. Supervisory Union, and for his Matthew Wiencke, chair-  MON,  FRI.7   ........ , the Academy's '  : .... ' .... ranging from the future of Bids for the sewer project Sanborn is a well known contributions to teacher move have man of "i:" Social Security programs to will he taken beginning Sept. local educator who holds a training in the Supervisory Bachelor of Education degree Union. He has worked ex- Seektoput trustees, said there is a CHRISTOPHER DYE. ' Vote soon. question whether the iATTORNEY AT LAVI the protection of sea mare- 1. Academy could survive if it .=i " ,fd}Cl[P/ :::  z mals. In other business, the from Keene State College, a tensively in the area of child Jeffords said, "The main selectmen inspected the new Master of Education degree in development as it relates to are not lost its status as the officially .. advantages (of the tax cut) Fire Department building public school administration teaching children in grades K designated high for the town,  will come from an upturn in with Fire Chief Gene Perkins from Plymouth State College, through 12. Mr. Sanborn has but he said it would also result per- in higher taxes and that "If the economy." But he also and certified that the building and is an Adjunct Professor of played a major role in the warned that Vermont may constructed by Agway was Johnson State College. development "of the Orange to they think they're doing it for t benefit the least from this, complete; and discussed the Sanborn started his East Supervisory Union Basic to other economic reasons, they're ..... ' citing Vermont's low per possibility of hiringtheJoseph educational career teaching Competency Program which going to be mighty serry.' ..... capita income and it's J. Marotti Co. of Rutland to English at Littleton High has received state and the Thetford Academy was ::i de[endence on many federal restore deteriorating town School in Littieton in 1966. He regional recognition as an founded in 1819 and is the record over the next four has taught and resided in exemplary program," seidan programs. second oldest continuously Jeffords said he also hoped years at an estimated cost of Bradford since he became a announcement of the Orange type of operating secondary school in the federal government would $15,000. no decision was made member of the Bradford East Supervisory Union. Neal Vermont, but it received its French status as officially designated MEETING THE ELECTORS--Congressman James Jeffords spoke with Norman not tamper with present on the matter. Academy staff in 1969. Sanborn resides in Bradford benefits to those now Selectman Dean T. Rowden "Mr. Sanborn is well known with his wife Cynthia and their who high school for the town only, Other three years ogo. Allen, a general contraeter from Bradfm'd in t,e/the Bra(Hord Academy receiving Social Security and reported on a statewide in the area for his excellence daughter, Lea. have shortly after the "shirt-sleeves" meeting.   ( please turn to page ) {please turn to page 7) as a classroom teacher, for his . .9943 IO Number 33 Ser00:ng Over 48 Communities in Northern New Hampshire and Vermont August 19, lggl AWARDS PROGRAM--WoodsviIle Town Recreation Program John Bagonzi announced the awards despite the rain at the WoedsvilIe Program Summer Awards ceremony held on Thursday, August 6. and results on page 5. library project is blocked stalemate over the library board of trustees, dleapped persons to the access to the The trustees have raised basement town offices. is threatening to $154,000 of the cost from the To solve the objection, to construct a public, another $30,000 would have to to the Lyme The last minute hitch that be raised for an elevator.. town offices indefinitely halted ground- "The idea that we'd be breaking ceremonies was the ready to pay $30,000 for an have to hag the rejection of town plans by the elevator to go up six feet is give people Governor's Council on the just ridiculous, especially money," said Handicapped on grounds of when the state and federal Eleanor Crary of inadequate access for ban- government is telling us all to economize," Crary said. Don Metz of Lyme, architect Ph * for the project, said the one service Governor's Council refused his suggestion for a chair lift .....;- F airle like the one proposed in the e Thayer Dining Hall at Dar- new optional customers a reduction in toll tmouth, but that he told the .hat provides charges to fi'equently called Thayer project was part of a calls is now exchanges which they can renovation and thus exempt select based on their own from review. Lg by New calling needs." "The killer is that they are is called Provisions of the service willing to say it's safe in an old Service and include: building, but not in a new and two-party A 50 per cent discount on one," Metz said. a 50 per directly dialed calls to a on calls to maximum of 10 exchanges chosen beyond a customer's local -radius. service area, all within ling Service Vermont and none exceeding on a a 24-mile radius from the by the customers' exchange. Vermont An entry fee per exchange by New selected ranging from 85 cents to $1.80 applies in addition to Selectman approve open boule law Committee stud.0000g town and police deparmwnt BRADFORD--Bradford selectmen have adopted an "open bottle law" that will restrict the use of alcoholic bevwages on public property in the Town of Bradford. The law was voted on at their Thursday, August 13 meeting at the Bradford Academy Building. The law prohibits persons from carrying or having in their possession open con- tainers of "fermented" beveraged, includingwine, beer and liquor, in public places. The selectmen decided to amend the ordinance to include homemade alcoholic beverages by omitting the words "produced for sale" from the statute's text. The ordinance will go into effect 60 days after the town has posted the ordinance in 5 public places and submitted a Village discusses police notice to an area newspaper. During the meeting, most of the selectmen said they felt the ordinance would be useful as a tool for police to use when breaking up large groups of people that are drinking in a public place and showing the possibility of getting out of hand. All selectmen appeared to agree that the ordinance Was not meant to be a con- demnation of alcoholic BRADFORD--The Village of Bradford trustees/net at their beverages. Police Department studied The Selectmen also discussed the status of the seven member Police Com- mittee previously formed at their request. The committee was formed after they had been presented with a petition from 78 town and village residents, calling for a joint Town and Village of Bradford Committee Report The complete text of the Bradford Police Committee including the proposed budKet is on page 4. Wells River. signs contract for sewer WELLS RIVER--The proximate $2.3 million dollars Trustees of Wefts River Village have signed a $1,033,891 contract with Ralph B. Goodrich, Inc., of S. Burlington for sewage con- struction. Goodrich was the low bidder of six companies. Preliminary work on the project started Aug. 15 and will continue until the winter season. Con- struction will resume again in the spring, with the expected completion date in the fall of 1982 with the connection to the Weodsville sewage treatment plant. regular meeting Wednesday Goodrich has agreed to August 12 to review the new supply the Trustees with a open bottle ordinance passed schedule of dates and by the town selectmen later locations for work to be done, that Thursday August 13. The updating as needed. The hiring of Lynn Clogs,on as Trustees will see that the including Wells River's share of the Woodsville treatment plant. With the awarding of this contract, the trustees now have more concrete in- formation and are now working on an estimate of actual net capital costs to the individual homeowners. Final net costs cannot be ascertained until the com- pletion of the project. Operation and maintenance costs depend on Woodsville's actual costs from which Wells River's share will be com- puted. An explanatory brochure will he published as soon as possible with cost estimates. "watchman" for the village schedule is posted and Labor complaint was also noted by the trustees published. Before any actual at the meeting which was held work is done in the streets, the 4]]  iJrl at the B-Aeadmlny :d,tlU:'tIt  .... ! Building. foreman will be ctacttnli'ORFORDA third former Clogston will become pOlice employee of Equity officer for the village after Publishing Corp. has filed an completion of a 54-heur basic state law enforcement course in Pittsford. He has taken over the village policeman's position from Arthur Greer, who resigned after one week on the job over a disagreement On mileage payments and other issues. According to Bradford Administrator Susan Spaulding, the Trustees reviewgd the 79 signature petition for police protection signed by town and village residents. Spaulding said the Trustees also discussed issues pertaining to the police committee, formed by the selectmen to study the feasibility of a joint Town and Village of Bradford police department. each homeowner in advance so that there will be no misunderstandings as to where and how connections to the system will be made. The project will be overseen by the village's engineering consultant, Whitman & Howard, Inc. who have been engineers for the village since the inception of the basic sewage project in the early 198o's. Tom Key will be the resident engineer on the job to oversee and protect the village's in- terests, and he will be the contact person for information about the construction. Key will reside in the Village during the total project, working as many hours as the contractors crews. The total capital cost of the sewage project will ap- unfair labor practice charge against the firm;' John McMaster of E. Corinth filed the charge with the National Labor Relations Board, which earlier authorized an investigation into the complaint of Thomas Trunzo but said there was insufficient evidence to support a charge filed by Jeaquin Bermudez. All three men were fired by Equity. They claimed in their labor board complaints that their dismissals were because of their attempts to organize company employees into a union of The Newspaper Guild. Equity is owned by former New Hampshire Gov. Meldrim Thomson Jr. shwt.sleeves session Jeffords visits Bradford.for " " " BRADFORD--Congressmav James Jeffords held the first ....  ......... of his 13 informal "shirt- : : sleeves" meetings to be held around the state at the Police Department. The committee met for the second time Thursday night at 7:30 p.m. at the Bradford Academy Building. The committee is reviewing the police services that are presently available to the Bradford area and studying the feasibility of a police department as called for in the petition. Bradford Town and Village Administrator, Susan Spaulding, said "Basically, what we're trying for is a two man, 80 hour force." Spaulding says she has been in contact with town officials in Lyndonville, a town of similar size to Bradford located north of St. Johnsbury in Caledonia County. Lyndonville main- tains a two man full-time police force and Spaulding has Serving on the Police Committee from the Town of Bradford are Charles Collier, David Polli, Gene Perryman, Gary Moore and Michael Claflin. Serving from the Village of Bradford are Ray Green and Bonnie Tomlinson. Other Business The Selectmen also signed a 5-year lease with the VermOnt State Police for rental of a 900 sq. ft. room upstairs in the Bradford Academy Building. The State Police will pay the town $454 per month to use as a place to do paperwork for the State troopers in this area. The Selectmen decided to begin looking for bids again for the replacement of the doors on the fire station which are said to be too small. A previous request for bids on the project was unsuccessful. been trying to compare Bradford's police department cost estimates to Lyn- donville's operating budget. Spaulding told the select- men that the police committee would be discussing proposed budget figures for a two-man police department at Thur- sday night's committee meeting. She said the proposed yearly operating figure they would discuss was around $44,250, which does not include the cost of equipment needed to set up the depart- ment. She said the $44,250 figure was concurrent with that of Lyndonville's operating costs. There will be a special Town Meeting held on August 25 for the village and townspeople to vote on the police department issue. COOLING OFF--Little Miss Cote of Dorchester gets relaxing reserved seat at Grafton 4-H Horse Show in N. Haverhill. More pictures and results on page 7. Principal NEWBURYNewbury school board members Delores Drugach and Russell Carson, along with Superintendent John Fontana and assistant superintendent Rufus Ansley, met in executive session on Aug. 11 to interview four recommended candidates for the position of elementary school principal (vacated by the resignation in June of Edward Arnold). The executive session lasted from 6:15 until 8:45, and began again after the regular meeting at about 9:45. Absent member Gerry Brooks con- sulted by telephone. John Sanborn was chosen as principal for the Newbury Elementary School. Sanborn named in Newbury Plymouth State. In other matters, the board policy regarding use of the Town Hall was discussed. The fee is $15 for the upstairs and $15 for the downstairs. Use by non-profit groups was also discussed. Russell Carson said, "I have the feeling that if someone is using the building every af- ternoan from 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m., they ought to pay somethiffg whether its non- profit or not. If a group uses it just once in a while, that's something else. Consensus is that non-profit groups may be charged as deemed appropriate. The superintendent will draft a statement concerning ex- the school board at a tran- sportation meeting held in the superintendent's office Monday August 17, 1981, to review the master busing plan. A committee was appointed to review the method of tax collection. Members are Karl Schwenke, Scott Mahoney, Charles Bailey, and Richard Sweuson, also in consultation with tax collector Kathleen Knight. The board established the policy that the budgeted $?5 is all that will be paid auditors ill the future, (not the$4 per hour requested and paid this year), The auditors will be so notified. Each school board appointa Anthony regular monthly local service Academy Building last charges. " ............... Tuesday. the service is The discount applies to all r Jeffords told the. Journal has been employed as an tended use of the hall. two members and an alternate ..... Opinion these meetings have English teacher at Oxbow Contracts for teachers are to the Parent Advisory Provide an customer-dialed calls except ill .............. been set up so he "can talk High School for the past 10 being drawn up according to Council (PAC), a district Standard toll thasebetween9a.m, andnoon i with individuals having years. He holds a Bachelorof the master contract approved advisory committee for TiUe l problems with the federal Arts degree in English from at the July 19,1981 meeting, and special programs. allowing on weekdays. SETTL.0000 bureaucracy." Approx- Keene State College and a Supplies are arriving daily, Members from Newbury are imately 35 people Masters in Education trom although textbooks have not Viola E n ' J R.yega been ordered at this time. TUt , , split over !, turned out for the meeting,although according to Jef- te to take Gerry Brooks represented for ter, fords, the Bradford session mitio policy turned up relatively.few in- bids for sewer Joh Sa b rn is n dividual complaints.. Jeffords W said the topics discussed by RYEGATESelectmen have n n o Emerson and Diane Tuttle, with an appointment for alternate pending. group of 78 little say in how the Academy  the group "covered the announced that owners of 14 fl k i signed a is run. ' .... TOWN- VILLAGE  waterfront" of issues con- properties in central S. we = nown n area Thetford But Headmaster Frederick N CLERK -- TREASURER cerning Vermonters. Besides Ryegate have agreed to sign as Torrey says few who complain MOII.,F|LS:3Oto3 the obvious issue of howthe easements as part of a NEWBURY--The Newbury contributions to curriculum so they can bother to attend public . .... .: ..... from meetings of the Academy's ELECIIIIEI Of F[E . Reagan Administration's tax federally-financed sewer School Board has named John development at Oxbow High cuts will affect Vermont, the system designed to clean up Sanborn as principal of School and in the Orange East board of trustees, group also discussed topics theWells River. . Newbury Elementary School. Supervisory Union, and for his Matthew Wiencke, chair-  MON,  FRI.7   ........ , the Academy's '  : .... ' .... ranging from the future of Bids for the sewer project Sanborn is a well known contributions to teacher move have man of "i:" Social Security programs to will he taken beginning Sept. local educator who holds a training in the Supervisory Bachelor of Education degree Union. He has worked ex- Seektoput trustees, said there is a CHRISTOPHER DYE. ' Vote soon. question whether the iATTORNEY AT LAVI the protection of sea mare- 1. Academy could survive if it .=i " ,fd}Cl[P/ :::  z mals. In other business, the from Keene State College, a tensively in the area of child Jeffords said, "The main selectmen inspected the new Master of Education degree in development as it relates to are not lost its status as the officially .. advantages (of the tax cut) Fire Department building public school administration teaching children in grades K designated high for the town,  will come from an upturn in with Fire Chief Gene Perkins from Plymouth State College, through 12. Mr. Sanborn has but he said it would also result per- in higher taxes and that "If the economy." But he also and certified that the building and is an Adjunct Professor of played a major role in the warned that Vermont may constructed by Agway was Johnson State College. development "of the Orange to they think they're doing it for t benefit the least from this, complete; and discussed the Sanborn started his East Supervisory Union Basic to other economic reasons, they're ..... ' citing Vermont's low per possibility of hiringtheJoseph educational career teaching Competency Program which going to be mighty serry.' ..... capita income and it's J. Marotti Co. of Rutland to English at Littleton High has received state and the Thetford Academy was ::i de[endence on many federal restore deteriorating town School in Littieton in 1966. He regional recognition as an founded in 1819 and is the record over the next four has taught and resided in exemplary program," seidan programs. second oldest continuously Jeffords said he also hoped years at an estimated cost of Bradford since he became a announcement of the Orange type of operating secondary school in the federal government would $15,000. no decision was made member of the Bradford East Supervisory Union. Neal Vermont, but it received its French status as officially designated MEETING THE ELECTORS--Congressman James Jeffords spoke with Norman not tamper with present on the matter. Academy staff in 1969. Sanborn resides in Bradford benefits to those now Selectman Dean T. Rowden "Mr. Sanborn is well known with his wife Cynthia and their who high school for the town only, Other three years ogo. Allen, a general contraeter from Bradfm'd in t,e/the Bra(Hord Academy receiving Social Security and reported on a statewide in the area for his excellence daughter, Lea. have shortly after the "shirt-sleeves" meeting.   ( please turn to page ) {please turn to page 7) as a classroom teacher, for his