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votersl 0rd voters percent pay 0rford school  lqpropriating added to the i at a special held Friday Voters turned eeting. The roved by a WOval of the d a lengthy hSue between Teacher's the school )rofessional tually hired $5000 to help . I PS 7,!tX.'I I0 / Serving Over 48 Communities in Northern New Hampshire and Vermont / t October 28, 1981 tatives from a Graniteville, town of Haverhill. If this is so, Vt., cable TV company and he says his company has the the town of Haverhill selec- rights, under contract, to " tmen both say they are install cable lines in Haverhill waiting to hear from each Corner. other to determine if the Ellingwood said he was company will be running cable surprised to hear that TV lines into Haverhill Cot- "anyone else would want to net. Meanwhile, a St. John- run cable lines there." He said sbury company says it has it costs approximately $10,000 been planning to begin in- per mile to install the cable stalling lines to the same lines plus the cost of am- village this winter plifiers placed "every few Gene Ellingwood, president hundred yards to boost the of St Johnsbury Television, signal." Inc. said his subsidiary, Upper G.O. Enterprises' Vermont Valley Cable Inc., presently manager, Gus Osterberg, has cable TV lines and con- who's Graniteville based tracts in Wells River, operation has a cable satellite Woodsville, Bath, and the dish and 350 current line home town of Haverhill. Ellingwood hook-ups in Bradford, admits told the Journal Opinion he "this is not a get rich quick had assumed that "Haverhill deal." Osterberg said his Center or Corner or company had not approached Cable companies vie for unlikely territory HAVERHILL--Represen- whatever" was part of the the St. Johnsbury company up the River Road. Osterberg sbury." Ellingwoed said it had about their plans because has appeared once before the been a tough decision, "this is a business thing," Haverhill selectmen at one of although he said he was aware their regular meetings and of the company's presence in says he was told "they would Woodsy(lie and N. Haverhill. get hack to me." He said he Osterberg said his company has also spoken with select- was planning to run lines into men by phone. Piermont and says he thinks "It's too far," says he could pick up "at best, 75 to Ellingwood about Osterberg's 100 customers" in Haverhill plan, "we've already been Corner byrunningacableline through that in St. John- financially, for his company to run cable lines north from St. Johnsbury to Lyndonville, which is a comparable distance with Bradford and Haverhill Corner. Lyndonville has about the same population as Woodsy(lie and is also the site of Lyndon State College, ( I)h'ae hn'n to page 8) Village trustee under.fire BRADFORD--Village trustee K. Donald Welch is under strong pressure from village officials and some village residents to make some changes. In view of recent events, life for the con- troversial village figure may no longer be "business as comes to proper govern- mental procedure." Admit- tedly, Spauldiug says that Welch is credited with putting the three-year old, $2.3 million village sewage treatment plant back on the right track after its rather turmultuous beginning. vote, the  an "" Town reviews FAST [ [Vl[.ircent over 'T_ Be voters , 1 agree to the iratified bY the insurance options 00*lmi Orford tion earlier BRADFORD--Bradford usually covered by what is flr a year of FAST Squad insurance and known asthe"goodsamaritan "-*- terms of the regular town business were law." The law says that, it is e almost the topics of discussion at the illegal to pass by someone in |. the recom selectmen's Thursday, Oct. 22 need of emergency help and  " - meeting, that not stopping is punishable ?i The selectmen had been by up to a $I00 fine. approached at an earlier Dad meeting in September by school FAST squad representatives atwo-year regarding the possibility of Uve to the providing a liability insurance in for FAST squad members. Since that time, the selectmen have heardfom two in- surance companies regarding ....... the costs and need for a .... liability policy for the group's members. Cost estimates have ranged from $400 - $600 per year under a variety of Palmer,  t00crew evidencedDAZZLINO VIEWS--Corinth offors spectacular views from almost anY b-ill aSby this scenic area. represenidng Taylor Palmer FT he Insurance of Bradford, told the selectmen at an earlier I met to meeting that "unpaid citizen rtment groups" Head . e emergency are on coHislon kills Haverhill mm town read deting' at their.__ .dl.,:m the town tWO, leaves two illr.i,,,ured forOrfrds00'lkingpart.tm00 Officer sio with the BATH--Two persons ave Atwood St. in Lisbon Bailey tu ed e t eg. ORFORD--The town of Js of town died and two more were was taken to Cottage Hospital Firemen from Woodsy,lie Orford has been searching for specified by law or approved by a vote of the village. Welch, who since elected to serve as a trustee last January, has taken charge over the village sewage treatment plant after its former operators resigned; has kept his paid position as usual" in the following weeks, the village's water corn- On Thursday, Oct. 22, missioner; and has taken village clerk Louise Allen charge of a $34,000 water mailed a letter to Welch, on project on Goshen Road, in the the advice of lawyers retained village, that never went out by the village, Informing him for bid. that he will no longer be paid Good Intentions by the village for work per- Though his critics have formed by his business, claimed impropriety, few Bradford Plumbing and have argued his intentions. Heating. Allen said in her "Don basically means well" letter that it is against Ver- as town and village ad- mont law for a municipality to ministrator Susan Spaulding However, Spaulding says that she has learned that even Welch's position as operator of the sewage plant, for which he receives a weekly salary of $250 may be in jeopardy if he chooses to stay on as a trustee because of Vermont Statutes and wording in the village plan. Welch .bad volunteered to run the plant in March after its regular operators had quit, although it was agreed at the However, says Palmer, PaY a village officer for has said, "But he gets bogged time that the .job was to last (please turn to pages) personal services unless down and impatient when it Pleae turn to pages) 0s'l' Roland :o m'- tding to ing ': Hol " den,  CUrrently t "minor rs Said it before lturning to ,P full-time ItlcKean s W; not job 000000ided, at  another !  added to 00viu be , ' he fully r that a ; Work to '.  Briar rae Kiln _ 2" main- s, Currtehn ex-  ease by town eJ#-, O'vs at ct. 19 I I heredo of Says its is of the his seriously injured in a two car head-on collision on the Swiftwater Road here on Saturday night at 7:15 p.m., Oct. 24, according to a New Hampshire State Police spokesman. Woodsville Guarantee Savings Bank president Roland Currier, 38, and his five-year-old son Jonathan, were killed when their east- bound 1977 Volvo coupe collided head-on with a west- bound 1974 Dodge driven by Gerald G. Bailey, 23, of in Woodsville where he was and Lisbon were at the scene treated for a fractured left Saturday night. Sgt. David arm and minor head injuries. Lennon of the New Hampshire He was later transported to State Police is in charge of the Mary Hitchcock Hospital, investigation. according to police. Unofficial reports indicate A passenger in the Volvo, 15- Currier was returning the year old Elizabeth Peters, of Peters girl to her home from a the Swiftwater Road in Bath babysitting job when the was also taken to Cottage accident occurred. Hospital and then transported The Peters and Currier to Mary Hitchcock Hospital in families are neighbors on the Hanover. The Peters girl was Swiftwater Road. The ac- listed in critical condition cident occurred less than a Sunday night with multiple mile fromtheirhomes. facial fractures and a frac- a replacement part-time of- ficer since former Orford Police Chief Edward Gould resigned from the position over a month ago. The search for a part-time police officer for the town is being conducted by the town's present police chief. Gould joined the force in October 1977. In January 1980 he took over the job of police chief from acting police chief Henry Gunn. In March he resigned as chief to take on the part-time position DOLLY PARTON AND CHARLEY PRIDE SCARECROWS--- Members of the 4-H Cloverbloom Club sit next to the Halloween scarecrows they made. # The not-so-exact likeness of,the TV personalities sit on the porch of the Plermont Library. OTO  F. ROWm 4-H Garden Award winners announced WOODSVILLE--Mr. Mrs. William Winot Michael's honors in their respective Canaan Receiving third place In the Beginning Garden and Mrs David Towle of Raymond Aremburg leader is Mrs AbbyMetcalfof Intermediate Divisions was honors was Pam Reed of N. Division, Wendy Towle won Landaff. Wendy's 4-H leader r e p r e s e n t i n g S t o d d a r d Piermont. Carmen Stevens of W. Canaan Haverhill and Lee Smith of first place in the girls division, is Mrs Gall Peters of Landaff. Receiving second Wendy is the daughter of Mr. In the Beginning Boys Implement and 4-H Agent Mr Richard Fabrizio have an- nounced this years winners in the Annual Stoddard Implement 4-H Garden Program. 81 4-H'ers com- pleted this year's highly competitive garden program. Receiving first place honors in the Advanced Division was Dawn Towle. Dawn is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Towle of Landaff. Dawn's 4-H leader is Mrs. Gall Peters of Landaff. Second place honors in the Advanced Division went to Kathleen Melenson. Kathieen is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Melonson of Dor- chester. Kathleen's leader is Mrs. Martha Walker of Dorchester. There was a tie for third place honors in the Advanced Division between Kristi Blessing of N. Monroe and Stve Aldrich of Sugar Hill. Kristi Blessing is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Blessing and Steven is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Aldrich of Sugar Hill. In the Intermediate Division Rochelle Farr of Monroe won the girls division. Rochelle is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Farr. Rochelle's 4-H leader is Mrs. Phyllis Keenan of Monroe. In the boys tlivision Michael Winot of Piermont walked away with top honors Michael is the son of Mr. and place and Chris Morrison also of W. Monroe. . 4-H GARDEN AWARD WINNERS-- Left to right, back row: Mr. Raymond Aremburg, Haverhill; Steve Aldrich, Sugar Hill; Kristi Blessing, Monroe; Pam Reed, N. Haverhill; Chris Morrison, W. Canaan; Lee Smith, Monroe, and Kathleen Melenson, Dorchester. Middle row: Alicia Miller, Dorchester; Jennifer Division Jeffrey Clifford of W Canaan won top honors. Jeffrey is the son of Ms. Louise Clifford. Jeffrey's 4-H leader is Mrs Patsy Carter of Canaan. Taking second place honors in their respective Beginning Din. were: Jennifer Peters of Landaff and Scott Stevens of Canaan. Third place honors went to Alicia Miller of Dorchester and Jeremy Ward of Monroe. The following 4-H garden . * ts ,, parttcxpants received A Awards --Hunt Mt. - Monroe: Rochelle Farr, Belinda Dimick, Annette Merchand, Aimee Loranger. Rocky Branch-Dorchester: Timmy Andrews, Corey Johnston, Kenneth Hall, George Conkey, Jr., Kathleen Melenson, Brett Currier, Kevin Pratt, Alicia Miller. Warren: Katie Cummings, S usie Bixby, Katherine Spencer. N. Monroe Mt. Breeze: Jeremy Ward, Kristi Blessing, Lee Smith. Bath 3-F's and Braves: Danny Woods. Mt. Stinson Boys and Girls.Rumney: Tim and Robert Comeau, Nat Par- Peters, Landaff; Wendy Towle, Landaff; Carmen tridge, E. J., Vincent and Kelly Thompson. Sunrise Stevens, W. Canaan; Scott Stevens, Canaan; Jeremy Landaff: Dawn & Wendy Ward, Monroe and Jeffrey Clifford, W. Canaan. Front Towle, Ronnie Hazelton, row: Michael Winot, Piermont; Dan Towle, Landaff Jennifer Peters. and Rochelle Farr, Monroe. Ammonoosuc'Lisbn : Tammy and Jeff Beasley. ( l'h'a,' turn to pae St Site changed .for Haunted House BRADFORD--"Haunted New Site House" organizer Joseph However, Hadley says the Hadley says that his group's new site, located behind the plans received a minor set- Low mansion building in the back last week but says they mansion's old horse barns are still pursuing their quest "is great" for providing two for the "scariest haunted nights of entertainment on house ever," undaunted. Oct. 30 and 31, that are sure to Hadley said that after send those who attend on their examining the Low mansion way with more than their last Friday, a state fire share of gothic horror. commissioner determined Low mansion owner George that the building was "unsafe Huntington has assisted for public use." The Low Hadley in finding the new mansion building, gutted by location for the "Haunted fire for the second time in House". Hadley's volunteers 1979, was to be the site of from the Bradford Youth Hadley's sixth "Haunted Sports Association and Oxbow House" he has presented in high school have been the area. assisting Ha'dley with the Hadley is an art teacher at ghoulish preparations. Oxbow high school. Police seize LSD in Fairlee drug arrest FAIRLEE--The parking lot of The undercover in- the Falrlee Diner has been vestigation was led by Cor- said to be the scene of a drug poral Robert Vallie of the bust Friday evening on Oct. state police's special in- 23, in which police netted over $15,000 worth of lysurgic acid diethyhimide, or LSD, and two suspects of a lengthy drug traffic investigation in central Vermont. Police say the two are currently being held without vestigative unit. A Bethel police barracks spokesman has said the arrests were part ox a lengthy investigation by state and federal law en- forcement officers into LSD and coccaine traffic in central Vermont. bail until they face formal Police said they had found a arraignment in a U.S. district large quantity of I,SD that had court. pl(ase turn to pa ,, I" votersl 0rd voters percent pay 0rford school  lqpropriating added to the i at a special held Friday Voters turned eeting. The roved by a WOval of the d a lengthy hSue between Teacher's the school )rofessional tually hired $5000 to help . I PS 7,!tX.'I I0 / Serving Over 48 Communities in Northern New Hampshire and Vermont / t October 28, 1981 tatives from a Graniteville, town of Haverhill. If this is so, Vt., cable TV company and he says his company has the the town of Haverhill selec- rights, under contract, to " tmen both say they are install cable lines in Haverhill waiting to hear from each Corner. other to determine if the Ellingwood said he was company will be running cable surprised to hear that TV lines into Haverhill Cot- "anyone else would want to net. Meanwhile, a St. John- run cable lines there." He said sbury company says it has it costs approximately $10,000 been planning to begin in- per mile to install the cable stalling lines to the same lines plus the cost of am- village this winter plifiers placed "every few Gene Ellingwood, president hundred yards to boost the of St Johnsbury Television, signal." Inc. said his subsidiary, Upper G.O. Enterprises' Vermont Valley Cable Inc., presently manager, Gus Osterberg, has cable TV lines and con- who's Graniteville based tracts in Wells River, operation has a cable satellite Woodsville, Bath, and the dish and 350 current line home town of Haverhill. Ellingwood hook-ups in Bradford, admits told the Journal Opinion he "this is not a get rich quick had assumed that "Haverhill deal." Osterberg said his Center or Corner or company had not approached Cable companies vie for unlikely territory HAVERHILL--Represen- whatever" was part of the the St. Johnsbury company up the River Road. Osterberg sbury." Ellingwoed said it had about their plans because has appeared once before the been a tough decision, "this is a business thing," Haverhill selectmen at one of although he said he was aware their regular meetings and of the company's presence in says he was told "they would Woodsy(lie and N. Haverhill. get hack to me." He said he Osterberg said his company has also spoken with select- was planning to run lines into men by phone. Piermont and says he thinks "It's too far," says he could pick up "at best, 75 to Ellingwood about Osterberg's 100 customers" in Haverhill plan, "we've already been Corner byrunningacableline through that in St. John- financially, for his company to run cable lines north from St. Johnsbury to Lyndonville, which is a comparable distance with Bradford and Haverhill Corner. Lyndonville has about the same population as Woodsy(lie and is also the site of Lyndon State College, ( I)h'ae hn'n to page 8) Village trustee under.fire BRADFORD--Village trustee K. Donald Welch is under strong pressure from village officials and some village residents to make some changes. In view of recent events, life for the con- troversial village figure may no longer be "business as comes to proper govern- mental procedure." Admit- tedly, Spauldiug says that Welch is credited with putting the three-year old, $2.3 million village sewage treatment plant back on the right track after its rather turmultuous beginning. vote, the  an "" Town reviews FAST [ [Vl[.ircent over 'T_ Be voters , 1 agree to the iratified bY the insurance options 00*lmi Orford tion earlier BRADFORD--Bradford usually covered by what is flr a year of FAST Squad insurance and known asthe"goodsamaritan "-*- terms of the regular town business were law." The law says that, it is e almost the topics of discussion at the illegal to pass by someone in |. the recom selectmen's Thursday, Oct. 22 need of emergency help and  " - meeting, that not stopping is punishable ?i The selectmen had been by up to a $I00 fine. approached at an earlier Dad meeting in September by school FAST squad representatives atwo-year regarding the possibility of Uve to the providing a liability insurance in for FAST squad members. Since that time, the selectmen have heardfom two in- surance companies regarding ....... the costs and need for a .... liability policy for the group's members. Cost estimates have ranged from $400 - $600 per year under a variety of Palmer,  t00crew evidencedDAZZLINO VIEWS--Corinth offors spectacular views from almost anY b-ill aSby this scenic area. represenidng Taylor Palmer FT he Insurance of Bradford, told the selectmen at an earlier I met to meeting that "unpaid citizen rtment groups" Head . e emergency are on coHislon kills Haverhill mm town read deting' at their.__ .dl.,:m the town tWO, leaves two illr.i,,,ured forOrfrds00'lkingpart.tm00 Officer sio with the BATH--Two persons ave Atwood St. in Lisbon Bailey tu ed e t eg. ORFORD--The town of Js of town died and two more were was taken to Cottage Hospital Firemen from Woodsy,lie Orford has been searching for specified by law or approved by a vote of the village. Welch, who since elected to serve as a trustee last January, has taken charge over the village sewage treatment plant after its former operators resigned; has kept his paid position as usual" in the following weeks, the village's water corn- On Thursday, Oct. 22, missioner; and has taken village clerk Louise Allen charge of a $34,000 water mailed a letter to Welch, on project on Goshen Road, in the the advice of lawyers retained village, that never went out by the village, Informing him for bid. that he will no longer be paid Good Intentions by the village for work per- Though his critics have formed by his business, claimed impropriety, few Bradford Plumbing and have argued his intentions. Heating. Allen said in her "Don basically means well" letter that it is against Ver- as town and village ad- mont law for a municipality to ministrator Susan Spaulding However, Spaulding says that she has learned that even Welch's position as operator of the sewage plant, for which he receives a weekly salary of $250 may be in jeopardy if he chooses to stay on as a trustee because of Vermont Statutes and wording in the village plan. Welch .bad volunteered to run the plant in March after its regular operators had quit, although it was agreed at the However, says Palmer, PaY a village officer for has said, "But he gets bogged time that the .job was to last (please turn to pages) personal services unless down and impatient when it Pleae turn to pages) 0s'l' Roland :o m'- tding to ing ': Hol " den,  CUrrently t "minor rs Said it before lturning to ,P full-time ItlcKean s W; not job 000000ided, at  another !  added to 00viu be , ' he fully r that a ; Work to '.  Briar rae Kiln _ 2" main- s, Currtehn ex-  ease by town eJ#-, O'vs at ct. 19 I I heredo of Says its is of the his seriously injured in a two car head-on collision on the Swiftwater Road here on Saturday night at 7:15 p.m., Oct. 24, according to a New Hampshire State Police spokesman. Woodsville Guarantee Savings Bank president Roland Currier, 38, and his five-year-old son Jonathan, were killed when their east- bound 1977 Volvo coupe collided head-on with a west- bound 1974 Dodge driven by Gerald G. Bailey, 23, of in Woodsville where he was and Lisbon were at the scene treated for a fractured left Saturday night. Sgt. David arm and minor head injuries. Lennon of the New Hampshire He was later transported to State Police is in charge of the Mary Hitchcock Hospital, investigation. according to police. Unofficial reports indicate A passenger in the Volvo, 15- Currier was returning the year old Elizabeth Peters, of Peters girl to her home from a the Swiftwater Road in Bath babysitting job when the was also taken to Cottage accident occurred. Hospital and then transported The Peters and Currier to Mary Hitchcock Hospital in families are neighbors on the Hanover. The Peters girl was Swiftwater Road. The ac- listed in critical condition cident occurred less than a Sunday night with multiple mile fromtheirhomes. facial fractures and a frac- a replacement part-time of- ficer since former Orford Police Chief Edward Gould resigned from the position over a month ago. The search for a part-time police officer for the town is being conducted by the town's present police chief. Gould joined the force in October 1977. In January 1980 he took over the job of police chief from acting police chief Henry Gunn. In March he resigned as chief to take on the part-time position DOLLY PARTON AND CHARLEY PRIDE SCARECROWS--- Members of the 4-H Cloverbloom Club sit next to the Halloween scarecrows they made. # The not-so-exact likeness of,the TV personalities sit on the porch of the Plermont Library. OTO  F. ROWm 4-H Garden Award winners announced WOODSVILLE--Mr. Mrs. William Winot Michael's honors in their respective Canaan Receiving third place In the Beginning Garden and Mrs David Towle of Raymond Aremburg leader is Mrs AbbyMetcalfof Intermediate Divisions was honors was Pam Reed of N. Division, Wendy Towle won Landaff. Wendy's 4-H leader r e p r e s e n t i n g S t o d d a r d Piermont. Carmen Stevens of W. Canaan Haverhill and Lee Smith of first place in the girls division, is Mrs Gall Peters of Landaff. Receiving second Wendy is the daughter of Mr. In the Beginning Boys Implement and 4-H Agent Mr Richard Fabrizio have an- nounced this years winners in the Annual Stoddard Implement 4-H Garden Program. 81 4-H'ers com- pleted this year's highly competitive garden program. Receiving first place honors in the Advanced Division was Dawn Towle. Dawn is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Towle of Landaff. Dawn's 4-H leader is Mrs. Gall Peters of Landaff. Second place honors in the Advanced Division went to Kathleen Melenson. Kathieen is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Melonson of Dor- chester. Kathleen's leader is Mrs. Martha Walker of Dorchester. There was a tie for third place honors in the Advanced Division between Kristi Blessing of N. Monroe and Stve Aldrich of Sugar Hill. Kristi Blessing is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Blessing and Steven is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Aldrich of Sugar Hill. In the Intermediate Division Rochelle Farr of Monroe won the girls division. Rochelle is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Farr. Rochelle's 4-H leader is Mrs. Phyllis Keenan of Monroe. In the boys tlivision Michael Winot of Piermont walked away with top honors Michael is the son of Mr. and place and Chris Morrison also of W. Monroe. . 4-H GARDEN AWARD WINNERS-- Left to right, back row: Mr. Raymond Aremburg, Haverhill; Steve Aldrich, Sugar Hill; Kristi Blessing, Monroe; Pam Reed, N. Haverhill; Chris Morrison, W. Canaan; Lee Smith, Monroe, and Kathleen Melenson, Dorchester. Middle row: Alicia Miller, Dorchester; Jennifer Division Jeffrey Clifford of W Canaan won top honors. Jeffrey is the son of Ms. Louise Clifford. Jeffrey's 4-H leader is Mrs Patsy Carter of Canaan. Taking second place honors in their respective Beginning Din. were: Jennifer Peters of Landaff and Scott Stevens of Canaan. Third place honors went to Alicia Miller of Dorchester and Jeremy Ward of Monroe. The following 4-H garden . * ts ,, parttcxpants received A Awards --Hunt Mt. - Monroe: Rochelle Farr, Belinda Dimick, Annette Merchand, Aimee Loranger. Rocky Branch-Dorchester: Timmy Andrews, Corey Johnston, Kenneth Hall, George Conkey, Jr., Kathleen Melenson, Brett Currier, Kevin Pratt, Alicia Miller. Warren: Katie Cummings, S usie Bixby, Katherine Spencer. N. Monroe Mt. Breeze: Jeremy Ward, Kristi Blessing, Lee Smith. Bath 3-F's and Braves: Danny Woods. Mt. Stinson Boys and Girls.Rumney: Tim and Robert Comeau, Nat Par- Peters, Landaff; Wendy Towle, Landaff; Carmen tridge, E. J., Vincent and Kelly Thompson. Sunrise Stevens, W. Canaan; Scott Stevens, Canaan; Jeremy Landaff: Dawn & Wendy Ward, Monroe and Jeffrey Clifford, W. Canaan. Front Towle, Ronnie Hazelton, row: Michael Winot, Piermont; Dan Towle, Landaff Jennifer Peters. and Rochelle Farr, Monroe. Ammonoosuc'Lisbn : Tammy and Jeff Beasley. ( l'h'a,' turn to pae St Site changed .for Haunted House BRADFORD--"Haunted New Site House" organizer Joseph However, Hadley says the Hadley says that his group's new site, located behind the plans received a minor set- Low mansion building in the back last week but says they mansion's old horse barns are still pursuing their quest "is great" for providing two for the "scariest haunted nights of entertainment on house ever," undaunted. Oct. 30 and 31, that are sure to Hadley said that after send those who attend on their examining the Low mansion way with more than their last Friday, a state fire share of gothic horror. commissioner determined Low mansion owner George that the building was "unsafe Huntington has assisted for public use." The Low Hadley in finding the new mansion building, gutted by location for the "Haunted fire for the second time in House". Hadley's volunteers 1979, was to be the site of from the Bradford Youth Hadley's sixth "Haunted Sports Association and Oxbow House" he has presented in high school have been the area. assisting Ha'dley with the Hadley is an art teacher at ghoulish preparations. Oxbow high school. Police seize LSD in Fairlee drug arrest FAIRLEE--The parking lot of The undercover in- the Falrlee Diner has been vestigation was led by Cor- said to be the scene of a drug poral Robert Vallie of the bust Friday evening on Oct. state police's special in- 23, in which police netted over $15,000 worth of lysurgic acid diethyhimide, or LSD, and two suspects of a lengthy drug traffic investigation in central Vermont. Police say the two are currently being held without vestigative unit. A Bethel police barracks spokesman has said the arrests were part ox a lengthy investigation by state and federal law en- forcement officers into LSD and coccaine traffic in central Vermont. bail until they face formal Police said they had found a arraignment in a U.S. district large quantity of I,SD that had court. pl(ase turn to pa ,, I"