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Page &The Journal Opinlon-October 27, 1982 Haverhill selectmen adopt space heater permit plan by MICHAELTASELLI governments regarding the areas. WOODSVILLE-- The regulation of unrented space The town's three fire chiefs ; Haverhill Selectmen an- heaters, primarily kerosene Bruce Robbins of the Wood- nounced at their Monday, Oct. heaters, now widely used in sville Fire District and Vern 18 meeting the adoption of the the North Country. Wiggins of the Haverhill Unrented Space Heater Town officials claim they Corner District will be Permit Program. are attempting to control the issuing permits for approved This program is said to he types of heaters used in the models. the result of much controversy community to assure that only Each fire chief has a list, in the State ofNew Hampshire safety approved models are issued by the state, of all between the state and town used in local homes and work approved models of space l heaters. Town officials said that the Come in ] & Browse I We Want You To See The 1983 Ford Cars & Wagons Were proud of our new lineup of high- technology Ford cars for 1983 Theresa Ford for everyone s style of driving, from the sharp Z seat EXP on up {o [te spacioufi 6-passenger LTD Crown Vmctoria and Count r Squre We have a wde selection of sizes and sWles, inCl(ldirlg an elegant new Tt]underbird to be {lnveled in JaI'INaFV Quality is Our Top Priority. IG00FTON MOTORS 1 , NJ'I. (603) 747-3323 YOU CAN do it now! STOP SMOKING LOSE WEIGHT attend the renowned Barry Beder HYPNOSIS CLINICS Throughout the country, men and women have found the way to STOP SMOKING and LOSE WEIGHT... thanks to the success of the Barry Beder Hypnosis Clinics' program. If you.want to stop smoking or to lose weight, attend this clinic in your city. It's a program that has worked for thousands. It can work for you. permits will cost $2.00 and may be obtained by personally contacting the fire chief in any of Haverhill's fire districts. Selectmen said that persons found using unrented space heaters without a permit will face fines of up to $100. SECOND STORY PHOTO--Atop the poch roof f Bradford's Asa Low Grist Mill, Bruce Stevens, L, president of the Bradford Historical Society, presents mill owner Ray Clark with a check for $I00.00 to be 'used for the restoration project. Journal photographer stands at edge of roof on right. I ii i i I i II BRADFORD-- The annual president, Anne Morrill, Vice meeting of the Bradford President; Mike Collins, Historical Society was held secretary; Doris Demick, recently in the old Asa Low treasurer; and Phi'Ills Grist Mill Building here:h the LaValley, curator of the Village of Bradford. ' muse.urn. Along with.usual secretary Guest speaker for the and treasurer reports, was the meeting was Mr. Ray Clark, election of a new group of present owner of the Grist Mill officers. - property. Ray gave the Bruce Stevens was elected gathering a detailed and IIII II I LISBON SENIOR NEWS by lllLI)All BEDARD n There were 43 Ammonoosuc Valley Seniors who met at the Lisbon Town Hall on Oct. 20. Coffee and tea were served, and a snack brought by each one. Very welcome were Harry Dickinson and Agnes Swenson, neither of whom had been with us for some time. Three were mentioned as ill: Lucy Aldrich, Doris Nihan (Littleton), and Genevieve Tewksbury (Woodsville). Game Day was held with no big winner declared, which was a change. Another change, beginning next week, A TALK ON DRUG ABUSE.--Haverhill Stephen Savage last week spoke to students at the James Morrill School in N. on the topic of drug and alcohol abuse. 00000000000000000000000 000000000000 S n t7ood00ille 00uax00st9 00Savmg 5k k i W000SVILLE &t,PJE,M.0aN I & WR:E. & MONROE "The Annual Percentage Rate Is Sub ctToj " '. " Increases Or Decreases Every Twelve Monlhs Sat. 9 - t 2 Sat. 9 - 12 Equal H ender Announces Break Through In New Car F,nanc,ng Annual   _ . Strike Your Best Deal With Any (9/The n -'4[ v_.= Percentage Following Automobile Dealers, Then See Us L qkB J'IJP Rate*  For The Best New Car Interest Rate In Town. Walker Motor Sales - Woodsville, N.H. 1 O/n nm,,n Dwman# Graft0nMot0rSaies, lnc,-W00dsvllie, N.H. --.. /g IJUlfllll IFO IIIUIIt Y H.O.Taylor Chevrolet, Inc. - Wells River, Vt. nd Blake Chevrolet Co., Inc.- Bradford, Vt. rl I l U Call Our Main Office - 747-2735 AN .. - .= ,- ,, Or Branches: Piermont- 272-4811 Monroe - 638-4171 140 MOnmS/0 He a P Y Warren - 764-5785 57oodsviLle 'Guax, antg Savings 5Bank The Better Idea Bank 69TH ANNUAL OYSTER SUPPER WOODSVILLE-- The 69th Annual Oyster Supper at the St. Luke's Parish House in Woodsville will be held on Friday, Nov. 5, with sittings at 5:00 and 6:30 p.m. In addition to the supper's famous oyster stew, there will also be scalloped oysters, casseroles, salads, rolls, and pies. Admission: $4.00 for adults; children, $2.00. Vermont 4-H and University of Vermont dairy judging teams placed well in the National Dairy Cattle Judging Contest recently in Madison, Wis. According to Dr. James Gilmore, Extension dairyman at UVM, the 4-H team placed 10th in all-breed competition and third in judging Brown Swiss. Kathy Littlefield, of Milton, placed ninth highest in- dividual and was sixth in Brown Swiss judging, Gilmore said. Diane Robinson of Stratford was ninth in Ayr- shires. The UVM team placed 16th in intercollegiate competition. They placed sixth in Ayrshire extensive research into the history of the Low Milt Complex and its' honored place in the fabric of Brad- ford's 19th Century life. He shared some of his plans for the building; and how he hopes to fit it once again into our daily life here in Bradford. Office, crafts, shopping space and a restaurant will replace the ghosts of clanking machinery and a thick coating of dust. A new ell section will be constructed, using post and beam building techniqu and ir the style of the, ar: itself. John. Fatherley made a motion, accepted, to direct the society's executive committee to arrange a contribution of $100 for planning purposes which will he matqhed by the State of Vermont flistorical Preservation Division. Fatherley then thanked the outgoing president James Montague, and his wife Linda, for the years of service on behalf of the society. Refreshments were served .after the meeting and i tour of the building was led by Clark . AWARDS----Scoutmaster George larner presents advancement badges to Peter Oakes, Tenderfoot, and Mark Haskins, Star Badge. SPL; Brian Simano, Acting PL; Richard Poor, APL; John Pike, Peter Oakes, Richie Palmer; and two Webelos Cub State dairy hndgimz teams did well in Nationals BURLINGTON-- Both the and seventh in Brown Swiss team judging. Members of the Vermont 4- H dairy judging team were Littlefield, Robinson, Scott Carson, Newbury, and Glen Larkin, Bradford. They were coached by Robert Howe of Tunbridge. The UVM team consisted of Ted Yankee of Plainfield, Susan Hill, Underhill, Paul Cappiello, Ballston Lake, N.Y., and Jay Skellie, Greenwich, N.Y. They were coached by Gilmore. Badge; Eddie Thayer, Swimming Merit Badge; Alex Amature, Swimming Merit Badge; Chuck Maccini, Swimming Merit Badge; John Pike, Swimming Merit Badge; Scott Simano, Rowing Merit Badge; Peter Oakes, Swimming, Citizenship, First Aid and Environment Skill Awards, Swimming Merit Badge and Tenderfoot Badge; Richie Poor, Camping, Cooking and Community Living Skill awards, First Aid Merit Badge and First Class Badge; Brian Simano, Citizenship in Community, Citizenship in Nation and Lifesaving Merit Badges; Ross O'Brien, Oceanography and Pioneering Merit Badges ;. Mark Haskins, Rowing, Canoeing, Soil and Water Conservation, Communication and Safety Merit Badges and Star Badge. Have00hil00 Troop atten s amporee WOODSVILLE-- Troop 152 Scouts Joshua Steenburgh, .i iii  - represented Haverhill at the and Jeff Simano. SM George Fall Camporee at Copper Karner visited both days' i Cannon in Franconia last events and Chairman Richard weekend. They participated Abbott attended Saturday. along with 13 patrols in September Court of Honor andVarius competitiVesecondaCtivitieSin the presentations of Troop 152 AlIlmonooue -' placed were presented at the overall Camporee. American Legion, Ross-Wood Retired Teachers Attending were Harry Post 20 in Woodsville: Danny Simano, ASM; Scott Simano, Oakes, Swimming Merit hold luncheon to the usual Christmas Sale-- (continued from page I "We need only due to so few workers, dif- I had a really good friend who reasonable cause ficulty in procuring a sale place, and fewer crafts it was decided that each member would be asked to contribute in cash. Halloween Party Next week, the Halloween party will consist of com- petition in three classes of Halloween costumes. The lunch will be cider and doughnuts. Money con- tributions for the Christmas Fair will be welcome. Many won door prizes: D. Wetherbee, I. Dickinson, F. Wetherbee, J. Bousqnet, E. Howland, L. McLachlin, G. Higgins, K. Hall, L. Paige, C. Rothney, M. Marcoux, A. Hunt, M. Bousquet, I. Goodrich, L. Drew, Caswell, J. Robinson, Presby, H. Dickinson, Hunt, and S. Casey. by HILDAH BEDARD LITTLETON-- There were 43 who attended the Ammonoosuc Valley Retired Teachers meeting at the Perkins Resort Inn for a buffet luncheon Oct. 12. The Woodsville group (N. Haverhill, Haverhill, Pike, Wells River, and Monroe) had charge of arranging for the meal and the program. President Ansley opened the meeting, and called for the secretary and treasurer's reports. The previous meeting had been reported to three papers; and the treasurer's report showed all bills paid. Mary Watkins is still teaching, as is Helen Daniels -- and the latter had jury duty. It was noted that several were absent -- most of them on the way south. Ruth MacKenzie gave a full report on the Legislative meeting. "One way to get clout is to know your Legislators and their opinions," said MacKenzie. The speaker for the af- ternoon was well known author, Katharine Blaisdell of N. Haverhill. Her slides were clear and showed elephants, rhinos, emus, warthogs, zebras, ants, and birds; poinsettias and bananas; and work in copper and tin The Pyramids, Victoria Falls, and Mt. Kenya attract many tourists, she said. The Retired Teachers will not meet again until May -- but the place and program are already planned by the Woodsville group. Pleasant Street LIFETIME MEMBERSHIP---Coha se-Woodsville Lions Club charter member Pat Hill, at right, accepts Keep America Strong, Wit lifetime membership in the local and International The "Bond A Month Plan' Lions Club from T. Borden Walker. Hill, a member for 45 years has been an outstanding contributor to local . Come !n & Sign Up ..... youth and club activities and is a popular Woodsvflle resident. I We Will Give Away ,Z  ; ! 24HouR00l i s000.00 ; I MENTAL HEALTH SERVICE I  Sa rags Bon ! o,,,.e cou,,,00 ,e.,h I 30 Washers TOLL FREE 1-800-622-4244 ! 9,, ....... ! 24 Dryers .... For constipation relief tomorrOWreach for ICV./AV'# ;nkt : ;';i,sCo'o.;iL Mt,,.,,: q[fl'4'  | .--.--.on,=... ,, ,.  Y o u w ,  H . " O" L Ex-Lax helps restore your system's own natural rhythm overnight. Gently. Dependably. Try it tonight. You'll like the relief in the morning. Chocolated or pills, Ex-Lax is .x: ,q "The Overnight Wonder? ;-| Read label and follow ["i  direction. (t, [x-Lax, In, 1982 LAUNDROMAT Located Next To Tuck Press On Street  Woodsville Banks WARM- CLEAN M. M. knowingly being in the M. presence of an unlawful act. was taking drugs," she said, you may be doing "would ! 'have to call the illegal to arrest police and turn her in?" up to the court Answered Savage, whether or not "According to the law, the guilty," said Savage. strict reading of the law... Not Just Arrest yes. But this is obviously a On a lighter note, tough situation, where also told the perhaps your best move would "about 75 to 80" be to tell your friend that what policeman's time is he or she is doing is dangerous spent on other "and wrong, and that you are different from not going to hang around with people. Police in them anymore if they con- said, respond tinue." of miscellaneous Said the police chief, "The everyday best thing you can do if transport blood to someone comes up to you and patients between pulls out a 'joint' is to leave hospitals, notifying the area as fast as you can." with no phone of il Savage explained that a messages, traffic person can be arrested for notifying relatives of deaths in the famil] more. Oxbow board revis to stud bus route BRADFORD-- The Oxbow School Board last reportedly voted to reconvene the district's aband Transportation Committee to make recommendal regarding bus route policy in Bradford and The decision to reconvene the Trans Committee came after both the Newbur) and Bradford Academy and Graded School had brought discussion surrounding bus route tension requests to the Oxbow board, which final responsibility for bus route policy in the towns. The elementary schools in Bradford Newbury share bus routes with Oxbow High which picks up students from both towns. Oxbow the contract with the Newbury company that the bus transportation. The Transportation Committee, formed last initially deal with bus routes and related logistics, dissolved after a of reasons including an apparent lack Orange East Superintendent John Fontana. pressing Oxbow roof and budget matters h the board's attention away from bus route The latest bout with the schools' trans sittiation stems from the district's policy of bus routes to pick up students who live more than mile past an existing bus stop. Complicating now is that both the Bradford and Newbury have been receiving requests to pick up substandard town roads that may be in the winter. The Oxbow board has approved the Newbury for a schoolbus to drive up steep, one-lane Mountain Road. The Bradford school trustees selectmen are wrestling with a request to turnaround for a bus on Provisional Class 3 Town: 28, or Kidder Road; the selectmen have said no to the turnaround. ooo.oooooo A&W ARTESIAN WELL CO. since 1930 176, oksmm, N.H. 1.802.295' at Mr. Maytag Says, was that it was voted to double Historical society met in Bradford changethe lunChwasdOnatiOn.voted in aAlS' aregard * Strone advice on fascinating accotint of his chitecturaI period of the mill Page &The Journal Opinlon-October 27, 1982 Haverhill selectmen adopt space heater permit plan by MICHAELTASELLI governments regarding the areas. WOODSVILLE-- The regulation of unrented space The town's three fire chiefs ; Haverhill Selectmen an- heaters, primarily kerosene Bruce Robbins of the Wood- nounced at their Monday, Oct. heaters, now widely used in sville Fire District and Vern 18 meeting the adoption of the the North Country. Wiggins of the Haverhill Unrented Space Heater Town officials claim they Corner District will be Permit Program. are attempting to control the issuing permits for approved This program is said to he types of heaters used in the models. the result of much controversy community to assure that only Each fire chief has a list, in the State ofNew Hampshire safety approved models are issued by the state, of all between the state and town used in local homes and work approved models of space l heaters. Town officials said that the Come in ] & Browse I We Want You To See The 1983 Ford Cars & Wagons Were proud of our new lineup of high- technology Ford cars for 1983 Theresa Ford for everyone s style of driving, from the sharp Z seat EXP on up {o [te spacioufi 6-passenger LTD Crown Vmctoria and Count r Squre We have a wde selection of sizes and sWles, inCl(ldirlg an elegant new Tt]underbird to be {lnveled in JaI'INaFV Quality is Our Top Priority. IG00FTON MOTORS 1 , NJ'I. (603) 747-3323 YOU CAN do it now! STOP SMOKING LOSE WEIGHT attend the renowned Barry Beder HYPNOSIS CLINICS Throughout the country, men and women have found the way to STOP SMOKING and LOSE WEIGHT... thanks to the success of the Barry Beder Hypnosis Clinics' program. If you.want to stop smoking or to lose weight, attend this clinic in your city. It's a program that has worked for thousands. It can work for you. permits will cost $2.00 and may be obtained by personally contacting the fire chief in any of Haverhill's fire districts. Selectmen said that persons found using unrented space heaters without a permit will face fines of up to $100. SECOND STORY PHOTO--Atop the poch roof f Bradford's Asa Low Grist Mill, Bruce Stevens, L, president of the Bradford Historical Society, presents mill owner Ray Clark with a check for $I00.00 to be 'used for the restoration project. Journal photographer stands at edge of roof on right. I ii i i I i II BRADFORD-- The annual president, Anne Morrill, Vice meeting of the Bradford President; Mike Collins, Historical Society was held secretary; Doris Demick, recently in the old Asa Low treasurer; and Phi'Ills Grist Mill Building here:h the LaValley, curator of the Village of Bradford. ' muse.urn. Along with.usual secretary Guest speaker for the and treasurer reports, was the meeting was Mr. Ray Clark, election of a new group of present owner of the Grist Mill officers. - property. Ray gave the Bruce Stevens was elected gathering a detailed and IIII II I LISBON SENIOR NEWS by lllLI)All BEDARD n There were 43 Ammonoosuc Valley Seniors who met at the Lisbon Town Hall on Oct. 20. Coffee and tea were served, and a snack brought by each one. Very welcome were Harry Dickinson and Agnes Swenson, neither of whom had been with us for some time. Three were mentioned as ill: Lucy Aldrich, Doris Nihan (Littleton), and Genevieve Tewksbury (Woodsville). Game Day was held with no big winner declared, which was a change. Another change, beginning next week, A TALK ON DRUG ABUSE.--Haverhill Stephen Savage last week spoke to students at the James Morrill School in N. on the topic of drug and alcohol abuse. 00000000000000000000000 000000000000 S n t7ood00ille 00uax00st9 00Savmg 5k k i W000SVILLE &t,PJE,M.0aN I & WR:E. & MONROE "The Annual Percentage Rate Is Sub ctToj " '. " Increases Or Decreases Every Twelve Monlhs Sat. 9 - t 2 Sat. 9 - 12 Equal H ender Announces Break Through In New Car F,nanc,ng Annual   _ . Strike Your Best Deal With Any (9/The n -'4[ v_.= Percentage Following Automobile Dealers, Then See Us L qkB J'IJP Rate*  For The Best New Car Interest Rate In Town. Walker Motor Sales - Woodsville, N.H. 1 O/n nm,,n Dwman# Graft0nMot0rSaies, lnc,-W00dsvllie, N.H. --.. /g IJUlfllll IFO IIIUIIt Y H.O.Taylor Chevrolet, Inc. - Wells River, Vt. nd Blake Chevrolet Co., Inc.- Bradford, Vt. rl I l U Call Our Main Office - 747-2735 AN .. - .= ,- ,, Or Branches: Piermont- 272-4811 Monroe - 638-4171 140 MOnmS/0 He a P Y Warren - 764-5785 57oodsviLle 'Guax, antg Savings 5Bank The Better Idea Bank 69TH ANNUAL OYSTER SUPPER WOODSVILLE-- The 69th Annual Oyster Supper at the St. Luke's Parish House in Woodsville will be held on Friday, Nov. 5, with sittings at 5:00 and 6:30 p.m. In addition to the supper's famous oyster stew, there will also be scalloped oysters, casseroles, salads, rolls, and pies. Admission: $4.00 for adults; children, $2.00. Vermont 4-H and University of Vermont dairy judging teams placed well in the National Dairy Cattle Judging Contest recently in Madison, Wis. According to Dr. James Gilmore, Extension dairyman at UVM, the 4-H team placed 10th in all-breed competition and third in judging Brown Swiss. Kathy Littlefield, of Milton, placed ninth highest in- dividual and was sixth in Brown Swiss judging, Gilmore said. Diane Robinson of Stratford was ninth in Ayr- shires. The UVM team placed 16th in intercollegiate competition. They placed sixth in Ayrshire extensive research into the history of the Low Milt Complex and its' honored place in the fabric of Brad- ford's 19th Century life. He shared some of his plans for the building; and how he hopes to fit it once again into our daily life here in Bradford. Office, crafts, shopping space and a restaurant will replace the ghosts of clanking machinery and a thick coating of dust. A new ell section will be constructed, using post and beam building techniqu and ir the style of the, ar: itself. John. Fatherley made a motion, accepted, to direct the society's executive committee to arrange a contribution of $100 for planning purposes which will he matqhed by the State of Vermont flistorical Preservation Division. Fatherley then thanked the outgoing president James Montague, and his wife Linda, for the years of service on behalf of the society. Refreshments were served .after the meeting and i tour of the building was led by Clark . AWARDS----Scoutmaster George larner presents advancement badges to Peter Oakes, Tenderfoot, and Mark Haskins, Star Badge. SPL; Brian Simano, Acting PL; Richard Poor, APL; John Pike, Peter Oakes, Richie Palmer; and two Webelos Cub State dairy hndgimz teams did well in Nationals BURLINGTON-- Both the and seventh in Brown Swiss team judging. Members of the Vermont 4- H dairy judging team were Littlefield, Robinson, Scott Carson, Newbury, and Glen Larkin, Bradford. They were coached by Robert Howe of Tunbridge. The UVM team consisted of Ted Yankee of Plainfield, Susan Hill, Underhill, Paul Cappiello, Ballston Lake, N.Y., and Jay Skellie, Greenwich, N.Y. They were coached by Gilmore. Badge; Eddie Thayer, Swimming Merit Badge; Alex Amature, Swimming Merit Badge; Chuck Maccini, Swimming Merit Badge; John Pike, Swimming Merit Badge; Scott Simano, Rowing Merit Badge; Peter Oakes, Swimming, Citizenship, First Aid and Environment Skill Awards, Swimming Merit Badge and Tenderfoot Badge; Richie Poor, Camping, Cooking and Community Living Skill awards, First Aid Merit Badge and First Class Badge; Brian Simano, Citizenship in Community, Citizenship in Nation and Lifesaving Merit Badges; Ross O'Brien, Oceanography and Pioneering Merit Badges ;. Mark Haskins, Rowing, Canoeing, Soil and Water Conservation, Communication and Safety Merit Badges and Star Badge. Have00hil00 Troop atten s amporee WOODSVILLE-- Troop 152 Scouts Joshua Steenburgh, .i iii  - represented Haverhill at the and Jeff Simano. SM George Fall Camporee at Copper Karner visited both days' i Cannon in Franconia last events and Chairman Richard weekend. They participated Abbott attended Saturday. along with 13 patrols in September Court of Honor andVarius competitiVesecondaCtivitieSin the presentations of Troop 152 AlIlmonooue -' placed were presented at the overall Camporee. American Legion, Ross-Wood Retired Teachers Attending were Harry Post 20 in Woodsville: Danny Simano, ASM; Scott Simano, Oakes, Swimming Merit hold luncheon to the usual Christmas Sale-- (continued from page I "We need only due to so few workers, dif- I had a really good friend who reasonable cause ficulty in procuring a sale place, and fewer crafts it was decided that each member would be asked to contribute in cash. Halloween Party Next week, the Halloween party will consist of com- petition in three classes of Halloween costumes. The lunch will be cider and doughnuts. Money con- tributions for the Christmas Fair will be welcome. Many won door prizes: D. Wetherbee, I. Dickinson, F. Wetherbee, J. Bousqnet, E. Howland, L. McLachlin, G. Higgins, K. Hall, L. Paige, C. Rothney, M. Marcoux, A. Hunt, M. Bousquet, I. Goodrich, L. Drew, Caswell, J. Robinson, Presby, H. Dickinson, Hunt, and S. Casey. by HILDAH BEDARD LITTLETON-- There were 43 who attended the Ammonoosuc Valley Retired Teachers meeting at the Perkins Resort Inn for a buffet luncheon Oct. 12. The Woodsville group (N. Haverhill, Haverhill, Pike, Wells River, and Monroe) had charge of arranging for the meal and the program. President Ansley opened the meeting, and called for the secretary and treasurer's reports. The previous meeting had been reported to three papers; and the treasurer's report showed all bills paid. Mary Watkins is still teaching, as is Helen Daniels -- and the latter had jury duty. It was noted that several were absent -- most of them on the way south. Ruth MacKenzie gave a full report on the Legislative meeting. "One way to get clout is to know your Legislators and their opinions," said MacKenzie. The speaker for the af- ternoon was well known author, Katharine Blaisdell of N. Haverhill. Her slides were clear and showed elephants, rhinos, emus, warthogs, zebras, ants, and birds; poinsettias and bananas; and work in copper and tin The Pyramids, Victoria Falls, and Mt. Kenya attract many tourists, she said. The Retired Teachers will not meet again until May -- but the place and program are already planned by the Woodsville group. Pleasant Street LIFETIME MEMBERSHIP---Coha se-Woodsville Lions Club charter member Pat Hill, at right, accepts Keep America Strong, Wit lifetime membership in the local and International The "Bond A Month Plan' Lions Club from T. Borden Walker. Hill, a member for 45 years has been an outstanding contributor to local . Come !n & Sign Up ..... youth and club activities and is a popular Woodsvflle resident. I We Will Give Away ,Z  ; ! 24HouR00l i s000.00 ; I MENTAL HEALTH SERVICE I  Sa rags Bon ! o,,,.e cou,,,00 ,e.,h I 30 Washers TOLL FREE 1-800-622-4244 ! 9,, ....... ! 24 Dryers .... For constipation relief tomorrOWreach for ICV./AV'# ;nkt : ;';i,sCo'o.;iL Mt,,.,,: q[fl'4'  | .--.--.on,=... ,, ,.  Y o u w ,  H . " O" L Ex-Lax helps restore your system's own natural rhythm overnight. Gently. Dependably. Try it tonight. You'll like the relief in the morning. Chocolated or pills, Ex-Lax is .x: ,q "The Overnight Wonder? ;-| Read label and follow ["i  direction. (t, [x-Lax, In, 1982 LAUNDROMAT Located Next To Tuck Press On Street  Woodsville Banks WARM- CLEAN M. M. knowingly being in the M. presence of an unlawful act. was taking drugs," she said, you may be doing "would ! 'have to call the illegal to arrest police and turn her in?" up to the court Answered Savage, whether or not "According to the law, the guilty," said Savage. strict reading of the law... Not Just Arrest yes. But this is obviously a On a lighter note, tough situation, where also told the perhaps your best move would "about 75 to 80" be to tell your friend that what policeman's time is he or she is doing is dangerous spent on other "and wrong, and that you are different from not going to hang around with people. Police in them anymore if they con- said, respond tinue." of miscellaneous Said the police chief, "The everyday best thing you can do if transport blood to someone comes up to you and patients between pulls out a 'joint' is to leave hospitals, notifying the area as fast as you can." with no phone of il Savage explained that a messages, traffic person can be arrested for notifying relatives of deaths in the famil] more. Oxbow board revis to stud bus route BRADFORD-- The Oxbow School Board last reportedly voted to reconvene the district's aband Transportation Committee to make recommendal regarding bus route policy in Bradford and The decision to reconvene the Trans Committee came after both the Newbur) and Bradford Academy and Graded School had brought discussion surrounding bus route tension requests to the Oxbow board, which final responsibility for bus route policy in the towns. The elementary schools in Bradford Newbury share bus routes with Oxbow High which picks up students from both towns. Oxbow the contract with the Newbury company that the bus transportation. The Transportation Committee, formed last initially deal with bus routes and related logistics, dissolved after a of reasons including an apparent lack Orange East Superintendent John Fontana. pressing Oxbow roof and budget matters h the board's attention away from bus route The latest bout with the schools' trans sittiation stems from the district's policy of bus routes to pick up students who live more than mile past an existing bus stop. Complicating now is that both the Bradford and Newbury have been receiving requests to pick up substandard town roads that may be in the winter. The Oxbow board has approved the Newbury for a schoolbus to drive up steep, one-lane Mountain Road. The Bradford school trustees selectmen are wrestling with a request to turnaround for a bus on Provisional Class 3 Town: 28, or Kidder Road; the selectmen have said no to the turnaround. ooo.oooooo A&W ARTESIAN WELL CO. since 1930 176, oksmm, N.H. 1.802.295' at Mr. Maytag Says, was that it was voted to double Historical society met in Bradford changethe lunChwasdOnatiOn.voted in aAlS' aregard * Strone advice on fascinating accotint of his chitecturaI period of the mill