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. November 17, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 9 HEALTH MATFERS LEON FAY, M.D. Valley Health Center East Corinth, Vt. "Out on a limb" he most common sources of pain in any season of acute and sudden injury to the arms or legs. these are the result of a direct action on the limb on an arm or an indirect injury such as a Depending upon numerous factors, damage such as bone, blood vessels, nerves extent of injury likewise will depend on from the force involved, the exact way the age of the person and the body part. then arises as to the proper way to handle, at injuries. straight forward localized limb injury same. The things to consider doing may be by the letters spelling PRICE. Protect the further damage such as from bending and where appropriate, slings and splints. Rest a decision is made whether to seek medical in a pack as soon as possible. This should be on the skin for about 30 minutes every 2-3 first 24-36 hours. Do not use heat during this Those with circulation and nerve problems , ice use. Apply : those with circulation problems) to the in an appropriate form such as with elastic these between icing. Elevate the affected part to seek medical help must be based on the- In the end, the goal is to regain, as soon as complete use of the limb as possible. Pain and tenderness to touch, pain moving to increasing weakness of the affected part, or loss of feeling in the area, discoloration obvious deformity of the part in excess among the factors in considering consulting a on the apparent extent of injury. Any doubt I warrant medical advice. n to ncreose the pubIWs understanding to provide advice }or specific, individual I attantinn. Foe any specific questions, doubts or physician. ;PASSES--Jeff Towne watches the Wood- Day parade pass by on Central SWeet. view the proceedings. ues & Americana by George Michael LADDER: :HAIRS cha/z Ls one of the most common country Will see. Inexpensive to make, they filled tnd could bt turned out by almost anyone tools. The communal sect of the Shakers J for ladderbacks ana many which can be to them are commanding top prices. earn Shaker design and finials before he can attribute than. 'ttant to count the slats on the back of a Most country ones have three which was in New EnglancL The Shakers seemed to ic number of 4, and most from the colonies number. However, we picture one with is a quick indication it did not come agland. Also.the slats ate graduated in Unique as most chairs do not enjoy this , five slat chaixs seem to have originated in County area of pennsylvania abundant there. Also. they have the most dealers buy items in one area where they and desired and scU them in places S are much higher. So, if you are a New the see a five graduated slat ladderback buy it relatively inexpensively, you can on it in Pennsylvania. ezbacks have the splint or rush seats ano restated with the same. materials. The Shaker seated with a tape which was woven at the vct. many have been replaced with rush Shaker ladderbacks often had a device legs s 9 they could be tilted backward. ana quite desirable. _ BMIJ to meet Nov. 17 : 1 " WELLS RIVER-- The BIue complaint; community needs : Obltuarles 7" Mountain Union School Beard assessment; parent con- will be meeting on Wed- ferences and open house; J nesday, Nov. 17 in the home curriculum review process ,[ economicsroomat7:30p.m, and an executive session to Scheduled for action will be deal with evaluation reports. . : a resolution of a parent's G. Harold Siffclair, 77 Orford school board BRADFORD--GeorgeHarold AM, E. Corinth; Mt. Sinai Sinclair, 77 of Bradford died Shrine Temple of Montpelier, etin00 Nov 16 uos morning, Nov. 9at andSt. AldermarCommandry me . Mary Hitchcock Memorial No. 11 KT of Barre. He was ORFORD-- The Orferd School teacher; the school lunch Hospital in Hanover. also a former director of the Board will meet in Memorial program and approval of the He was born in Berkshire Valley Health Center in E. Hall on Tuesday, Nov. 16 at safety statement for future April 18, 1905, the son of Corinth forseveralyears. 7:30p.m. adoption. Charles and Laura tHese) He is sm.vived by one Matters scheduled for ac- An executive session is also Sinclair. He moved to East brother Frank Sinclair of tion and discussion will be to slated to discuss matters Corinth where he attended Binghamton, N.Y.; cousins, consider action on a teacher relatedto negotiations, schools. He also attended nieces and nephews. One Goddard Seminary in Barre. brother Donald Sinclair resignation; election of a After his schooling he worked predeceased him Oct. 6, 1963. for Bowen Hunter Bobbin Mill Funeral services were held County tour set and later entered the cattle Thursday, Nov. 11 at2p.m, at N. HAVERHILL--There will other county offices located in buying business, the Hale Funeral Home in be a workshop for Grafton the courthouse building. On Aug. 25, 1941 he married Bradford with Pastor Bill County elected officials on Prior to the 2:30 sign out, Lira Londry who died Sept. 7, Wick officiating. Interment Monday, Nov. 22 from 9:30 there will be a question and 1972. After their marriage will take place at a later date : !e.:::-- .... a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at the county answer session, they moved to Bradford and in the family lot in the Upper operated a farm where he Plain CemeteryinBradford. FLAGS UNFURLED--Brisk temperatures greeted this marching band from complex. CA /,NTY Woodsville High School during recent Veterans Day pa, ode. Designed as a workshop for --= worked until the time of his QUOTE newly elected personnel, the death. He was also a licensed "In time and place a day long session will include cattle dealer. tours of the nursing home, jail He was a member of harmless lie is a great deal POST 5245 Minerva Lodge No. 43 F. & better than a hurfful truth." VFW AND AUXIU00Y Haverhill budget and farm" Roger Ascham Also set for a visit will be the Ct,i,,t, - cpo'+,, Grafton County dispatch / f,. s+,,es center, the Superior Courtand [I J., t4oi,te,e,h II Vehicle II 11 PUBLIC NOTICE I[ Veterans Day at rendition of "God Bless [roup picked  HaverhillAcademy America" and whatitmeant HAVERHILL--Selectmen l ' NOTICE OF ' HAVERHILL-- The Veterans to the boys overseas. She also this week announced that the I of Foreign Wars and its spoke on the Star Spangled new budget committee for I PUBLIC HEARING I Auxiliary attended Haverhill Banner, "Old Glory". 1983 has been appointed. Academy on Wednesday, Nov. Everyone joined in singing Selected to serve are: closed in Vt. 4[[]V,_llld[t]/tl[ 10 for the Veterans Day "God Bless America" and the Chairman Laurent Fournier; I PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO [ Program. Col. Brown was Pledge to the Flag. from Haverhill are Earl MONTPELIER-- The Ver- NOlrlQOFSM,! mont Department of Motor The resident and non-resident owners, gnestspeaker. His story of His Those attending were: Col. Aremburg, Michael Lavoie, Vehicles will close for the ,,o hoders and mortees af Sands in ,he Flag and the stories of the andMrs. Brown ; Commander Maggie Lehmann; from Thanksgiving holiday at the .dTowno'T"h'inthentyofOrange I FlRLEEs,aofVaont, are hereby notified ZONING REGULATIONS i little dogs that went through of VFW, Roland McKean; Woodsville are Paul Burns, end of regular business hours that the taxes osmsed by such Town for World War II with his men Austin Brooks, Commander Joseph Maceini, Ernest l I part, unpaid on the 'ollowin, describou I Wednesdays November 17, 1982 really held the attention of his American Legion; Mrs. Towne; from N. Haverhill are on Wednesday, Nov. 24. The theyeor 1981 remain, either in wbole o.r in audience. Florence Clough, Mr. and Howard Hatch, Marge Page Department will remain ,ndsinshXown. tow, Auxiliary President Shirley Mrs. Chuck Ford, John and RogerWells. closed until 8:30 a.m., Man- Bantslgord,Dnald BeingBeoucngeo trailernodand O'racres o, I $ p.m., Fair00 Town Hall l McKean spoke of Kate Smith's Farnham and Auxiliary Also serving the group will day, Nov. 29. lendlecatededjocwnttoTownHighwoyNo. receiving the Presidential President Shirley McKean. be Bill Hall from the Precinct  [-I  k  [0]1 II [_1]  the4 in sameTpsham'lend Vermont,and premisesand beingonveyedall andre Medal of Freedom for her of Mountain Lakes and from .... Uono,d . oucage and omh t. -----'--' U CTIO N NOlllOFSN.! Bootngord by Warranty Deed of Russell - Pike is Priscilla Parker. rhe resident and no-residant owners, and Marie Paten doted November 28, 1978 f MASONIC LODGE NEWS ,. h.de. and me... o, ,ands in .. and recorded in Book 40, Poge183 of the 11 Town of Tsham, in the County of Orange Topsbem land Records. . Stota of Ve,--, ore hereby notified And so na,ch of .id lends will he sold CTION Lemon juice will produce t year 1981 remain, either in whole or in a public place in such Town, on the 30th port, unpaid on the following described day of November, 1982, at 10=30 o'clock BRADFORD. Charity Lodge the diligt approach writing which is invisible lends in such Town, towit: in the foranoan, as shall be requisite to 43 A.F.&A.M. recently held a Brofhers are making in their when dry, but which stands OnisGorcleandSondroCrc,Sng discharge such taxes with costs, unless special rehearsal meeting at degree work. It is expected an out in brown when the paper a portion of the se-co,ed Dewolng lend prevleus, y d. cOnsisting of 2.1mres lecated edjmem to Doted at Topsham, Vermont, this29th FRIDAY NOVEMBER 19 1982 their apartments. This was in officer of Grand Lodge will be is warmed. Town Highway No. 71 in Topshom, Ver- doyofOctubor, 1982. preparation for the working of present. All Brothers are mere, which premises are all and the some Ernest J. Offay | | lend and premises conveyed to Dennis ColleetevofTowaTax. II 00 A M a Second Degree on Nov. 22. urged to mark their ealen- , Gon:leandSondroGorlebyWon'antyDeed l'ewaeflroplkem _s Cecil Lanpher commented on dars. LUNCH MENU 00v.er00 R,chO0000o,end, 9,.'nt"c'and 00.dod00'ngindotedBo. 11,00-10-1, 38, Page 103 of the Topshom Land For Meadowview Farm, Barton, Vt., on the East A U,,t  WENTWORTH SCHOOL Records. Albany Road, 2 miles from 1.91 Exit 25. Take Rte. 16 0 / Ioo00etau00ee / Hearth C00.ter And so much of mid lends will be sold towards Barton and signs at the next left by Barton Nov. 18-24: at IllC auction at the Town Clerk's office, a public place in such Town, on the 30th NOTKOFllAL! Fairgrounds. This is a complete sale and all farm Wednesday-- Pigs in a day of November, 1982, at 10:30 o'clock The resident and non.resident owners, property. The 200+ acre farm Is for sale by the owners. blanket, brocolli, peaches,  the forenoon, as shoil be requisite to lian hoklars and mertgngs of lands in the discharge such taxes with costs, unless Town of Topshom, in the County of Orange milk. prevleu$1ypaid, and StotaofVarrnont, are hereby notified 40 CATTLE 40 Thursday-- Meat Balls, Dated at Topshem, Vermont, this 29th that the taxes assessed by such Town for mashed potato, green beans, day of October, 1982. the year 1981 remain, either in whole or in Ernest J. Cilley part, unpaid on the followin 9 described muffins, pears, milk. Cohtor of low. lex keds i, s,ch Town, o wi: 32 Holsteins, 8 Jerseys with 21 fresh or springmg, 3 due Friday-- Fi@ Stieks, rice, ?ewe   Theedor, 8eans and lari Seams: Sng Dec., 4 due Jan., with the balance in all stages. A real carrots, fruit cocktail, milk. 1113-10-17 o residence and 6 acres of ,and located , r *di* '* Vector, Re 2S  West milking group of cattle, Cattle blood tested, preg, , ,, , I , i '' " ' Monday-- Vegetable Beef TopshomVillagewhichpremlsesorolland checked and innoculated prior to sale. The Center will be closed Saturday, Nov. 20 in the Soup, peanut butter-jelly II=(el';]lld[e]/|[l=l_ _ Theodorethe sameFrank lend Beemsand premiseSand Loricnveyedjn Seernst Nov. 25. Warren Town Hall from 10 sandwiches, cheese chunks, lKzoFtu by WorrantyOeedofWolterBeomsdoted MACHINERY Don't forget the next no- a.m. until 4 p.m. The proceeds carrot sticks, fruit cocktail, The resident and non.resklam owners, 'June 28, 1968 and recorded in Book 36, lien holders and mortgegnos of lands in the Page 52 of the Topshom Land Records. charge blood pressure clinic will go toward the purchase of milk. Town of Topshom. in the County of Orange And so mh of said lends will be sold Case 830 diesel Tractor, very good - M.F. 180 diesel on Thursday, Nov. 18 from an electrocardiograph Tuesday-- (Parents are and State of Vermont, ara hereby notified ot public ouctlen ot the Town Clerk's office, with bucket -185 M.F. diesel, needs work - Dion tandem 1:30 to 3:30. machine. Donations of any invited to lunch) Turkey, t the taxes assessed by such Town for a public place in such Town, on the 30th the year 1981 remain, either in whole or in day of November, 1982, at 10:30 o'clock Forage Wagon and Gehl Forage Wagon, both very The Well Child Clinic will be saleable items such as food or mashed potatoe, gravy, par, unpaid on the following described in the forenoan, as sltl be requisite ta good - N.H. super 717 Grass Chopper- N.H. 467 Haybine held next Thursday. For in- craft or quality flea market candied sweet potatoes, lends in such Town, towit: discharge such taxes with costs, unless - Kuhn Tedder - Ford 3 bottom Plows - Ford 8' tran- formation call 764-5525 in items will be appreciated, stuffing, peas, apple pie- Roland E. Chicaino and Darlene J. previously pnid. Odcoine: Being the former Alvoh Smith Dated at Topdmm, Vermont, this 291h sport Harrows - I.H. model 35 Rake - M.F. 12 Baler, like Warren. : They may be left at the Center cheese, milk. ece lecated at the unction of Town High- day of Octobor, 1982. new - 30' Hay Elevator - Gehl 250 Manure Spreader - The Center has taken a table r at the home of Doris Wednesday-- Tuna wayNa, lndTownHighwnyNo, b9.in trnostJ. Cilloy Ubler Feed Cart- DeLaval Electric Milking Unit with 4 at the Flea Market and Craft runnell in Rumney. Casserole, peas or carrots, Topdmm, Vermont, Oedbeing oil d,t ColectarefTownTexos rrmelandondpremisescanveyedtoKomno Xewnoftopdmm pails - Dumping Station - John Deere 15KW PTO Fair which will I hg]d an pineapple, milk. t. ooine and Derno J. Choina by U/3-10-17 Alternator, New, never used - 2 Gas or Diesel Tanks Won'anty Deed of Alvoh L Smith doted with pumps- May 4, 1982 and recorded in Book 42, ,:__ Page 21of the To,hem laed Records. ll=[.,lld[olll[e'l-m State peace report BLUEMT. UNION SCHOOL pr.m. of., oc,es _ - MISCELLANEOUS AND CROPS Week of Nov. 17 to 24: being .he same more or less. mA111 OF Olttl IMgllt And so nvh of said lends will be sold (continued from page 10) Bobbins family. Several items Wednesday-- Thanksgiving atpubllctionattheTownlwk'softice, STATEOFVERMONT Approx. 5,000 Bales of quality Hay, Cattle clippers, shire. Time of the accident were stolen. Dinner. a public [ece in such Town, on the 30th Probate Court was 1 a.m. Thursday-- Fish, mashed day of Nomr. 1982, at 10,30 o'clock District of Sredford, ss. Fencers, Oil and all the working tools and supplies in the foranoan, as shall be requisite to Toall interested persons, found on a farm. He is also investigating a potato, carrots, roll, fruit dibo such taxes with costs, unless At the Prchote Court in Wells Rivw, an Trooper Jaime 'Constantine larceny of a windshield from delight, milk. previously paid. the 20th day of October, 1982, an Datl at Topom, Vermont, this 29th authenticated copy of the last Will and I LUNCH SERVED TERMS CASH SALE POSITIVE investigatedLake Moreyangolfaccidentcourse.at theA businessthe Thetfordon RouteAUt5 inPartsE, potatoFridaY--stix,Hamburgtoss salad,PattieS'fresh dey af Octeber, 1982. Testamant and the Probate of Grace Baker Ernost J. Cllley late of New York, in the County of New [ SALES MANAGER AUCTIONEERS vehicle, operated by Ellen Thetford. fruit, milk. Colr.ftm tern York, in the State of New York, dsed, [ Big G Sales, Div. of Big G Corp. Chris Blake oilevd and established in the 5rrngats's [ Bradford. Vermont Graham Blake Southworth of Fairlee There was an attempted Monday--Chicken Patties, teofz leoving estate in middistrk:t,-doiy proved, sustained moderate front end breaking and entering in E. potato chips, peas, fruit, milk. 11/3-10-]7 Court for the County and State aforesaid, | Tel. No. 802-222-5569 Bradford, VS. was presented to this Court, agreeable to  damage after she went off the Ryegate recently, as unkown Tuesday-- Hot Dog in Bun, , statute in such cases. road and struck severalcedar persons attempted to get potato puffs, corn, fruit cup, 1 IIt,']llld[elll[l=l__ -- 6thdeyAeditisrdaredbysaidcourthattheof Decernbor, 1982,atthoProbate Court m Wells River, at 10,00 o'clock in AUCTION NOTICE guard posts. The accident inside the E. Ryegate post milk. occurred at 3:30 a.m. office. Wednesday-- Grinders, uot o sm Ths resident and non-msidant ownerS, the foranoan, be assigned for all persons leterosted ta--r end contost ths auCTION potato stix, banana, milk. hdid and mortgagees of lands in the ' dibwnnce of such irmrunnt, and the Ill Town of Topshom, in the County of Orange probate thereof, if .they see cause; .and Trooper Mike Jennings is Jennings also investigated a I[ =[g.'.l I k [{Ill i [  and State of Vermont, are hlby notified that notice theeenf oe given oy putishing investigating a break at an E. broken windshield to a vehicle _ - -- that the taxes assessed by such Town for this ardor three wes suossive in t.he Corinth camp owned by the parked at Blake Chevrolet in STATEOFVERMONT theyw1980rwnoin, eithor in who. leo rla Jew OF, o nowspoporpuansneo n Bradford. mnlltoomnm p, unpd o, the fin8 omcrmm As I am discontinuing farming, I will sell the said District, previous to the time op DISTRICT OF Bradford, SS. lands in such Town, to wit: pnted, following, at my farm, located 3 miles north of Ran- To the Creditors of the Estate of Leo Allan P. patormn and Rito Petersen: Cpl. Haradon is in- Lands late of Thetford, Vermont, Being 60 acres of lend located mar Town Therefore you ore hareby notified to i dolph, Vt. on Rt. 12. Watch for Auction signs. YOUR DOG NEEDS vestigating a false pretense d.d. Highway Na. 37 in Topshn, Vormant, and appear before mid Court, at the time on0 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26 VITAMINS, TO0. charge at the B & B Cash Woedrow Blandin, Jr. ned Dorothy being oll and themmeinndaedpremises placeaforosnid, andcantesttheanowance Blandin of West Fairlee, Vermont 05063 conveyed to Allan and Rite Patorsan by of the mid instrumant and the probate STARTING AT 10:30 A.M. Sharp Market in W. Fairlee. wn/ Deed of Rose Patern doted thereof, if you have cease. 53 HEAD HOLSTEINS hereby states that they hays been OP- GivUnder My Hand, A burglary was discovered paintad personal roprosentotives of the June 14, 1976 and recorded in Bok 39, at Wells River in said District, -- 1 JERSEY obove estate. All creditors having claims I1e340 of theTol hm Land Records- this 27th doy of Octaber, 1982. Cattle consisting of: 2 fresh in Aug., 3 fresh in Oct., 1 at a camp on town road 44 in oinst the above estate ore required to And so much of mid lands will b sold /s/no N. Vigou due Nov., 2 due Dec., 1 due Jan., 4 due Feb., 2 open W. Newbury at the property sent the claim in writing within four at public auction at the Town Oedt's office, Judge owned by Jeffrey Atwater. months after the dote of the first opdlicldoceinsw-hTown, nthe30th heifiers, 7yearlings, 8startedcalves,6steers. Balance pubfotian hereof to the above personal day of Novemher, 1982, ot 10,30 o'clock 11/10-17-24 The place was entered representative at the above address or to in the foranoan, as shall he requisite to are cows in all stages of lactation. through a broken Window. the Register of the Probate Canrt ot Wolls discharge such taxes with costs, unless CattleT.B., Blood tested, cheeked for pregnancy and Another camp across the River, Vermont, or said claim will be previously paid. innoculated for shipping fever. Anyone wishing to buy forever barred. Doted at TopsMm, Vermont, this 291h COWS plan to attend this sale. 00zSemeants street owned by the Doted at Vershire this 8th day of Nov. day of October, 1982. McFarland family was en- 1982. ErnostJ. Ciliey FARM MACHINERY WELL t/, f),t cwE [eop/e tered and food items taken. Woedrow Bleedin Coleetar ef Term Tarsi 2- 730 Case diesel tractors, one has cab & loader, N.H. Derothy 8lendin Tern e# Tern DRILLING Super 717 chopper w- 2 row corn & grass heads, N.H- Pevmml Iopreuatmtim 11/3-10-17 11/24-12/1-8 flail chopper, 3 yr. old Badger forage wagon w- 8 T. running gear, Kasten forage wagon w- 10T. running lllg[g.,_llllk1[O]lll[]=ll ROTARY HAMMER gear, Int. 3 pt. hitch 2 row corn planter, 3 pt. hitch |=[g,,_llllk1[0]l|[]=l -- mlOFuum fertilizer spreader, 3 pt. hitch scraper blade, 4 wheel nTATIOFIIdqJeBOOffwd ONALLOWANCIOFWlU. DRILLING. 20 YEARS STATE OF VBtMONT wagon, 40 ft. solid bottom elevator w- new chain, water STATEOFVERMONT mrrRoFmrT|OFWm. DRILLING EXPERIENCE tub, Canadian tractor chains, Starline 180 bu. tank PRoeTEcotm  spreader, Brock 12 t. grain bin, AC baler PTO, J.D. DISTRICT OF Bodford, ss. PROBATE COURT FOR THE ' COMPLETE WATER To all interested parsons: OISTRICr OF  1207 haybine, Lily Branch tedder, Ford 4 bottom plow, WHEREAS, mid Court has assigned the To th hrz at love and dl persons SYSTEMS INSTALLED Ford 513 side rake, bale buncher, Patz gutter cleaner 1 20th day of December next, for examining and allowing the account of the interested in the Esmm of wilson g. yr. old, w- 200 ft. chain; Creamery Package 375 gal. k4jministrotar of the Estotaof soidRubyJo Rebwts, late of Fold., in mid Distri, FOR FREE ESTIMATE bulk tank, Alamo 40+ milker pump, vac. dumping Ruthedord, late of Newbury, Vermont, end decayed, for a decree of the residue of mid Estate ta You ore notified that written in- CALL OR WRITE station w-washer dryer & releaser, 3 Universal strumantsdotedApdl 25, 1977ond... milkers, 2 barn fans, 2 water pumps, defogger, the lawful claimants of the some, and 3,1980 and porportingtabetheLostW!l! ordered that public notice thereof be given and Testament and First Cedkl of md chainsaw, 230 amp. welder, 5 gal. of Bladex 4L, some to all parsans interested in mid Estate hy The E pubflshing this order three weeks sue- dimmmd hos been presented to the seed corn. cessivety, previous to the day assigned, in Probate Court for the District of Bradford CROPS " " "" BENEDINI the Jml  l wnolr publidd petition rKluesting Prebate there. Approx. 1500 bales of rowen, Approx. 1200 bales of at Bradford in mid District THEREFORE, you ore hereby notified to The hring thereon h  hay, Approx. 500 T. of corn in bunker, plus 60 loads of appear at the Probate Office in Wells Riv schedded for the 6th doy of December, at 11:00 o'cluck in the forenoan, then ond 1982 at 1,30 p.m. nt the Prebate Court, Artesian Well Co. grass in same bunker. thera to Contest the ollowance of seid Wldk River, Vermont. You may appear TERMS CASH OR GOOD CHECK account if you see cause, and to establish then and them to show cause, if eny you Barre View Drive LUNCH ON GROUNDS your right as heirs, legatees and lewful may have why the said ioslrument should R. D, Borre, Vt. cloimontstomidrosidua, not be allowed aS the Lost Wil and OWNER: GEORGE KENDALL, RANDOLPH, VT. GlVmUIIIIM11M, Tostamentofthed. 476-4832 AUCTIONEERS: C.W. GRAY & SONS, INC., EAST 28th day of October, 1982. this9thdoyofNoveber, 1982. Oatedthis /s/RenoN.Vi 30 YEARS EXPERIENCE THETFORD, VT. 785-4348 or 7S5,Zlel. R. & R. I s/Rend N. vimeou LUSSIER, LYNDONVILLE, VT. 626-5448, 11/10-17-24 11/24-12/1-8 ...... . :: ........... S::: : ...... . November 17, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 9 HEALTH MATFERS LEON FAY, M.D. Valley Health Center East Corinth, Vt. "Out on a limb" he most common sources of pain in any season of acute and sudden injury to the arms or legs. these are the result of a direct action on the limb on an arm or an indirect injury such as a Depending upon numerous factors, damage such as bone, blood vessels, nerves extent of injury likewise will depend on from the force involved, the exact way the age of the person and the body part. then arises as to the proper way to handle, at injuries. straight forward localized limb injury same. The things to consider doing may be by the letters spelling PRICE. Protect the further damage such as from bending and where appropriate, slings and splints. Rest a decision is made whether to seek medical in a pack as soon as possible. This should be on the skin for about 30 minutes every 2-3 first 24-36 hours. Do not use heat during this Those with circulation and nerve problems , ice use. Apply : those with circulation problems) to the in an appropriate form such as with elastic these between icing. Elevate the affected part to seek medical help must be based on the- In the end, the goal is to regain, as soon as complete use of the limb as possible. Pain and tenderness to touch, pain moving to increasing weakness of the affected part, or loss of feeling in the area, discoloration obvious deformity of the part in excess among the factors in considering consulting a on the apparent extent of injury. Any doubt I warrant medical advice. n to ncreose the pubIWs understanding to provide advice }or specific, individual I attantinn. Foe any specific questions, doubts or physician. ;PASSES--Jeff Towne watches the Wood- Day parade pass by on Central SWeet. view the proceedings. ues & Americana by George Michael LADDER: :HAIRS cha/z Ls one of the most common country Will see. Inexpensive to make, they filled tnd could bt turned out by almost anyone tools. The communal sect of the Shakers J for ladderbacks ana many which can be to them are commanding top prices. earn Shaker design and finials before he can attribute than. 'ttant to count the slats on the back of a Most country ones have three which was in New EnglancL The Shakers seemed to ic number of 4, and most from the colonies number. However, we picture one with is a quick indication it did not come agland. Also.the slats ate graduated in Unique as most chairs do not enjoy this , five slat chaixs seem to have originated in County area of pennsylvania abundant there. Also. they have the most dealers buy items in one area where they and desired and scU them in places S are much higher. So, if you are a New the see a five graduated slat ladderback buy it relatively inexpensively, you can on it in Pennsylvania. ezbacks have the splint or rush seats ano restated with the same. materials. The Shaker seated with a tape which was woven at the vct. many have been replaced with rush Shaker ladderbacks often had a device legs s 9 they could be tilted backward. ana quite desirable. _ BMIJ to meet Nov. 17 : 1 " WELLS RIVER-- The BIue complaint; community needs : Obltuarles 7" Mountain Union School Beard assessment; parent con- will be meeting on Wed- ferences and open house; J nesday, Nov. 17 in the home curriculum review process ,[ economicsroomat7:30p.m, and an executive session to Scheduled for action will be deal with evaluation reports. . : a resolution of a parent's G. Harold Siffclair, 77 Orford school board BRADFORD--GeorgeHarold AM, E. Corinth; Mt. Sinai Sinclair, 77 of Bradford died Shrine Temple of Montpelier, etin00 Nov 16 uos morning, Nov. 9at andSt. AldermarCommandry me . Mary Hitchcock Memorial No. 11 KT of Barre. He was ORFORD-- The Orferd School teacher; the school lunch Hospital in Hanover. also a former director of the Board will meet in Memorial program and approval of the He was born in Berkshire Valley Health Center in E. Hall on Tuesday, Nov. 16 at safety statement for future April 18, 1905, the son of Corinth forseveralyears. 7:30p.m. adoption. Charles and Laura tHese) He is sm.vived by one Matters scheduled for ac- An executive session is also Sinclair. He moved to East brother Frank Sinclair of tion and discussion will be to slated to discuss matters Corinth where he attended Binghamton, N.Y.; cousins, consider action on a teacher relatedto negotiations, schools. He also attended nieces and nephews. One Goddard Seminary in Barre. brother Donald Sinclair resignation; election of a After his schooling he worked predeceased him Oct. 6, 1963. for Bowen Hunter Bobbin Mill Funeral services were held County tour set and later entered the cattle Thursday, Nov. 11 at2p.m, at N. HAVERHILL--There will other county offices located in buying business, the Hale Funeral Home in be a workshop for Grafton the courthouse building. On Aug. 25, 1941 he married Bradford with Pastor Bill County elected officials on Prior to the 2:30 sign out, Lira Londry who died Sept. 7, Wick officiating. Interment Monday, Nov. 22 from 9:30 there will be a question and 1972. After their marriage will take place at a later date : !e.:::-- .... a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at the county answer session, they moved to Bradford and in the family lot in the Upper operated a farm where he Plain CemeteryinBradford. FLAGS UNFURLED--Brisk temperatures greeted this marching band from complex. CA /,NTY Woodsville High School during recent Veterans Day pa, ode. Designed as a workshop for --= worked until the time of his QUOTE newly elected personnel, the death. He was also a licensed "In time and place a day long session will include cattle dealer. tours of the nursing home, jail He was a member of harmless lie is a great deal POST 5245 Minerva Lodge No. 43 F. & better than a hurfful truth." VFW AND AUXIU00Y Haverhill budget and farm" Roger Ascham Also set for a visit will be the Ct,i,,t, - cpo'+,, Grafton County dispatch / f,. s+,,es center, the Superior Courtand [I J., t4oi,te,e,h II Vehicle II 11 PUBLIC NOTICE I[ Veterans Day at rendition of "God Bless [roup picked  HaverhillAcademy America" and whatitmeant HAVERHILL--Selectmen l ' NOTICE OF ' HAVERHILL-- The Veterans to the boys overseas. She also this week announced that the I of Foreign Wars and its spoke on the Star Spangled new budget committee for I PUBLIC HEARING I Auxiliary attended Haverhill Banner, "Old Glory". 1983 has been appointed. Academy on Wednesday, Nov. Everyone joined in singing Selected to serve are: closed in Vt. 4[[]V,_llld[t]/tl[ 10 for the Veterans Day "God Bless America" and the Chairman Laurent Fournier; I PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO [ Program. Col. Brown was Pledge to the Flag. from Haverhill are Earl MONTPELIER-- The Ver- NOlrlQOFSM,! mont Department of Motor The resident and non-resident owners, gnestspeaker. His story of His Those attending were: Col. Aremburg, Michael Lavoie, Vehicles will close for the ,,o hoders and mortees af Sands in ,he Flag and the stories of the andMrs. Brown ; Commander Maggie Lehmann; from Thanksgiving holiday at the .dTowno'T"h'inthentyofOrange I FlRLEEs,aofVaont, are hereby notified ZONING REGULATIONS i little dogs that went through of VFW, Roland McKean; Woodsville are Paul Burns, end of regular business hours that the taxes osmsed by such Town for World War II with his men Austin Brooks, Commander Joseph Maceini, Ernest l I part, unpaid on the 'ollowin, describou I Wednesdays November 17, 1982 really held the attention of his American Legion; Mrs. Towne; from N. Haverhill are on Wednesday, Nov. 24. The theyeor 1981 remain, either in wbole o.r in audience. Florence Clough, Mr. and Howard Hatch, Marge Page Department will remain ,ndsinshXown. tow, Auxiliary President Shirley Mrs. Chuck Ford, John and RogerWells. closed until 8:30 a.m., Man- Bantslgord,Dnald BeingBeoucngeo trailernodand O'racres o, I $ p.m., Fair00 Town Hall l McKean spoke of Kate Smith's Farnham and Auxiliary Also serving the group will day, Nov. 29. lendlecatededjocwnttoTownHighwoyNo. receiving the Presidential President Shirley McKean. be Bill Hall from the Precinct  [-I  k  [0]1 II [_1]  the4 in sameTpsham'lend Vermont,and premisesand beingonveyedall andre Medal of Freedom for her of Mountain Lakes and from .... Uono,d . oucage and omh t. -----'--' U CTIO N NOlllOFSN.! Bootngord by Warranty Deed of Russell - Pike is Priscilla Parker. rhe resident and no-residant owners, and Marie Paten doted November 28, 1978 f MASONIC LODGE NEWS ,. h.de. and me... o, ,ands in .. and recorded in Book 40, Poge183 of the 11 Town of Tsham, in the County of Orange Topsbem land Records. . Stota of Ve,--, ore hereby notified And so na,ch of .id lends will he sold CTION Lemon juice will produce t year 1981 remain, either in whole or in a public place in such Town, on the 30th port, unpaid on the following described day of November, 1982, at 10=30 o'clock BRADFORD. Charity Lodge the diligt approach writing which is invisible lends in such Town, towit: in the foranoan, as shall be requisite to 43 A.F.&A.M. recently held a Brofhers are making in their when dry, but which stands OnisGorcleandSondroCrc,Sng discharge such taxes with costs, unless special rehearsal meeting at degree work. It is expected an out in brown when the paper a portion of the se-co,ed Dewolng lend prevleus, y d. cOnsisting of 2.1mres lecated edjmem to Doted at Topsham, Vermont, this29th FRIDAY NOVEMBER 19 1982 their apartments. This was in officer of Grand Lodge will be is warmed. Town Highway No. 71 in Topshom, Ver- doyofOctubor, 1982. preparation for the working of present. All Brothers are mere, which premises are all and the some Ernest J. Offay | | lend and premises conveyed to Dennis ColleetevofTowaTax. II 00 A M a Second Degree on Nov. 22. urged to mark their ealen- , Gon:leandSondroGorlebyWon'antyDeed l'ewaeflroplkem _s Cecil Lanpher commented on dars. LUNCH MENU 00v.er00 R,chO0000o,end, 9,.'nt"c'and 00.dod00'ngindotedBo. 11,00-10-1, 38, Page 103 of the Topshom Land For Meadowview Farm, Barton, Vt., on the East A U,,t  WENTWORTH SCHOOL Records. Albany Road, 2 miles from 1.91 Exit 25. Take Rte. 16 0 / Ioo00etau00ee / Hearth C00.ter And so much of mid lends will be sold towards Barton and signs at the next left by Barton Nov. 18-24: at IllC auction at the Town Clerk's office, a public place in such Town, on the 30th NOTKOFllAL! Fairgrounds. This is a complete sale and all farm Wednesday-- Pigs in a day of November, 1982, at 10:30 o'clock The resident and non.resident owners, property. The 200+ acre farm Is for sale by the owners. blanket, brocolli, peaches,  the forenoon, as shoil be requisite to lian hoklars and mertgngs of lands in the discharge such taxes with costs, unless Town of Topshom, in the County of Orange milk. prevleu$1ypaid, and StotaofVarrnont, are hereby notified 40 CATTLE 40 Thursday-- Meat Balls, Dated at Topshem, Vermont, this 29th that the taxes assessed by such Town for mashed potato, green beans, day of October, 1982. the year 1981 remain, either in whole or in Ernest J. Cilley part, unpaid on the followin 9 described muffins, pears, milk. Cohtor of low. lex keds i, s,ch Town, o wi: 32 Holsteins, 8 Jerseys with 21 fresh or springmg, 3 due Friday-- Fi@ Stieks, rice, ?ewe   Theedor, 8eans and lari Seams: Sng Dec., 4 due Jan., with the balance in all stages. A real carrots, fruit cocktail, milk. 1113-10-17 o residence and 6 acres of ,and located , r *di* '* Vector, Re 2S  West milking group of cattle, Cattle blood tested, preg, , ,, , I , i '' " ' Monday-- Vegetable Beef TopshomVillagewhichpremlsesorolland checked and innoculated prior to sale. The Center will be closed Saturday, Nov. 20 in the Soup, peanut butter-jelly II=(el';]lld[e]/|[l=l_ _ Theodorethe sameFrank lend Beemsand premiseSand Loricnveyedjn Seernst Nov. 25. Warren Town Hall from 10 sandwiches, cheese chunks, lKzoFtu by WorrantyOeedofWolterBeomsdoted MACHINERY Don't forget the next no- a.m. until 4 p.m. The proceeds carrot sticks, fruit cocktail, The resident and non.resklam owners, 'June 28, 1968 and recorded in Book 36, lien holders and mortgegnos of lands in the Page 52 of the Topshom Land Records. charge blood pressure clinic will go toward the purchase of milk. Town of Topshom. in the County of Orange And so mh of said lends will be sold Case 830 diesel Tractor, very good - M.F. 180 diesel on Thursday, Nov. 18 from an electrocardiograph Tuesday-- (Parents are and State of Vermont, ara hereby notified ot public ouctlen ot the Town Clerk's office, with bucket -185 M.F. diesel, needs work - Dion tandem 1:30 to 3:30. machine. Donations of any invited to lunch) Turkey, t the taxes assessed by such Town for a public place in such Town, on the 30th the year 1981 remain, either in whole or in day of November, 1982, at 10:30 o'clock Forage Wagon and Gehl Forage Wagon, both very The Well Child Clinic will be saleable items such as food or mashed potatoe, gravy, par, unpaid on the following described in the forenoan, as sltl be requisite ta good - N.H. super 717 Grass Chopper- N.H. 467 Haybine held next Thursday. For in- craft or quality flea market candied sweet potatoes, lends in such Town, towit: discharge such taxes with costs, unless - Kuhn Tedder - Ford 3 bottom Plows - Ford 8' tran- formation call 764-5525 in items will be appreciated, stuffing, peas, apple pie- Roland E. Chicaino and Darlene J. previously pnid. Odcoine: Being the former Alvoh Smith Dated at Topdmm, Vermont, this 291h sport Harrows - I.H. model 35 Rake - M.F. 12 Baler, like Warren. : They may be left at the Center cheese, milk. ece lecated at the unction of Town High- day of Octobor, 1982. new - 30' Hay Elevator - Gehl 250 Manure Spreader - The Center has taken a table r at the home of Doris Wednesday-- Tuna wayNa, lndTownHighwnyNo, b9.in trnostJ. Cilloy Ubler Feed Cart- DeLaval Electric Milking Unit with 4 at the Flea Market and Craft runnell in Rumney. Casserole, peas or carrots, Topdmm, Vermont, Oedbeing oil d,t ColectarefTownTexos rrmelandondpremisescanveyedtoKomno Xewnoftopdmm pails - Dumping Station - John Deere 15KW PTO Fair which will I hg]d an pineapple, milk. t. ooine and Derno J. Choina by U/3-10-17 Alternator, New, never used - 2 Gas or Diesel Tanks Won'anty Deed of Alvoh L Smith doted with pumps- May 4, 1982 and recorded in Book 42, ,:__ Page 21of the To,hem laed Records. ll=[.,lld[olll[e'l-m State peace report BLUEMT. UNION SCHOOL pr.m. of., oc,es _ - MISCELLANEOUS AND CROPS Week of Nov. 17 to 24: being .he same more or less. mA111 OF Olttl IMgllt And so nvh of said lends will be sold (continued from page 10) Bobbins family. Several items Wednesday-- Thanksgiving atpubllctionattheTownlwk'softice, STATEOFVERMONT Approx. 5,000 Bales of quality Hay, Cattle clippers, shire. Time of the accident were stolen. Dinner. a public [ece in such Town, on the 30th Probate Court was 1 a.m. Thursday-- Fish, mashed day of Nomr. 1982, at 10,30 o'clock District of Sredford, ss. Fencers, Oil and all the working tools and supplies in the foranoan, as shall be requisite to Toall interested persons, found on a farm. He is also investigating a potato, carrots, roll, fruit dibo such taxes with costs, unless At the Prchote Court in Wells Rivw, an Trooper Jaime 'Constantine larceny of a windshield from delight, milk. previously paid. the 20th day of October, 1982, an Datl at Topom, Vermont, this 29th authenticated copy of the last Will and I LUNCH SERVED TERMS CASH SALE POSITIVE investigatedLake Moreyangolfaccidentcourse.at theA businessthe Thetfordon RouteAUt5 inPartsE, potatoFridaY--stix,Hamburgtoss salad,PattieS'fresh dey af Octeber, 1982. Testamant and the Probate of Grace Baker Ernost J. Cllley late of New York, in the County of New [ SALES MANAGER AUCTIONEERS vehicle, operated by Ellen Thetford. fruit, milk. Colr.ftm tern York, in the State of New York, dsed, [ Big G Sales, Div. of Big G Corp. Chris Blake oilevd and established in the 5rrngats's [ Bradford. Vermont Graham Blake Southworth of Fairlee There was an attempted Monday--Chicken Patties, teofz leoving estate in middistrk:t,-doiy proved, sustained moderate front end breaking and entering in E. potato chips, peas, fruit, milk. 11/3-10-]7 Court for the County and State aforesaid, | Tel. No. 802-222-5569 Bradford, VS. was presented to this Court, agreeable to  damage after she went off the Ryegate recently, as unkown Tuesday-- Hot Dog in Bun, , statute in such cases. road and struck severalcedar persons attempted to get potato puffs, corn, fruit cup, 1 IIt,']llld[elll[l=l__ -- 6thdeyAeditisrdaredbysaidcourthattheof Decernbor, 1982,atthoProbate Court m Wells River, at 10,00 o'clock in AUCTION NOTICE guard posts. The accident inside the E. Ryegate post milk. occurred at 3:30 a.m. office. Wednesday-- Grinders, uot o sm Ths resident and non-msidant ownerS, the foranoan, be assigned for all persons leterosted ta--r end contost ths auCTION potato stix, banana, milk. hdid and mortgagees of lands in the ' dibwnnce of such irmrunnt, and the Ill Town of Topshom, in the County of Orange probate thereof, if .they see cause; .and Trooper Mike Jennings is Jennings also investigated a I[ =[g.'.l I k [{Ill i [  and State of Vermont, are hlby notified that notice theeenf oe given oy putishing investigating a break at an E. broken windshield to a vehicle _ - -- that the taxes assessed by such Town for this ardor three wes suossive in t.he Corinth camp owned by the parked at Blake Chevrolet in STATEOFVERMONT theyw1980rwnoin, eithor in who. leo rla Jew OF, o nowspoporpuansneo n Bradford. mnlltoomnm p, unpd o, the fin8 omcrmm As I am discontinuing farming, I will sell the said District, previous to the time op DISTRICT OF Bradford, SS. lands in such Town, to wit: pnted, following, at my farm, located 3 miles north of Ran- To the Creditors of the Estate of Leo Allan P. patormn and Rito Petersen: Cpl. Haradon is in- Lands late of Thetford, Vermont, Being 60 acres of lend located mar Town Therefore you ore hareby notified to i dolph, Vt. on Rt. 12. Watch for Auction signs. YOUR DOG NEEDS vestigating a false pretense d.d. Highway Na. 37 in Topshn, Vormant, and appear before mid Court, at the time on0 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26 VITAMINS, TO0. charge at the B & B Cash Woedrow Blandin, Jr. ned Dorothy being oll and themmeinndaedpremises placeaforosnid, andcantesttheanowance Blandin of West Fairlee, Vermont 05063 conveyed to Allan and Rite Patorsan by of the mid instrumant and the probate STARTING AT 10:30 A.M. Sharp Market in W. Fairlee. wn/ Deed of Rose Patern doted thereof, if you have cease. 53 HEAD HOLSTEINS hereby states that they hays been OP- GivUnder My Hand, A burglary was discovered paintad personal roprosentotives of the June 14, 1976 and recorded in Bok 39, at Wells River in said District, -- 1 JERSEY obove estate. All creditors having claims I1e340 of theTol hm Land Records- this 27th doy of Octaber, 1982. Cattle consisting of: 2 fresh in Aug., 3 fresh in Oct., 1 at a camp on town road 44 in oinst the above estate ore required to And so much of mid lands will b sold /s/no N. Vigou due Nov., 2 due Dec., 1 due Jan., 4 due Feb., 2 open W. Newbury at the property sent the claim in writing within four at public auction at the Town Oedt's office, Judge owned by Jeffrey Atwater. months after the dote of the first opdlicldoceinsw-hTown, nthe30th heifiers, 7yearlings, 8startedcalves,6steers. Balance pubfotian hereof to the above personal day of Novemher, 1982, ot 10,30 o'clock 11/10-17-24 The place was entered representative at the above address or to in the foranoan, as shall he requisite to are cows in all stages of lactation. through a broken Window. the Register of the Probate Canrt ot Wolls discharge such taxes with costs, unless CattleT.B., Blood tested, cheeked for pregnancy and Another camp across the River, Vermont, or said claim will be previously paid. innoculated for shipping fever. Anyone wishing to buy forever barred. Doted at TopsMm, Vermont, this 291h COWS plan to attend this sale. 00zSemeants street owned by the Doted at Vershire this 8th day of Nov. day of October, 1982. McFarland family was en- 1982. ErnostJ. Ciliey FARM MACHINERY WELL t/, f),t cwE [eop/e tered and food items taken. Woedrow Bleedin Coleetar ef Term Tarsi 2- 730 Case diesel tractors, one has cab & loader, N.H. Derothy 8lendin Tern e# Tern DRILLING Super 717 chopper w- 2 row corn & grass heads, N.H- Pevmml Iopreuatmtim 11/3-10-17 11/24-12/1-8 flail chopper, 3 yr. old Badger forage wagon w- 8 T. running gear, Kasten forage wagon w- 10T. running lllg[g.,_llllk1[O]lll[]=ll ROTARY HAMMER gear, Int. 3 pt. hitch 2 row corn planter, 3 pt. hitch |=[g,,_llllk1[0]l|[]=l -- mlOFuum fertilizer spreader, 3 pt. hitch scraper blade, 4 wheel nTATIOFIIdqJeBOOffwd ONALLOWANCIOFWlU. DRILLING. 20 YEARS STATE OF VBtMONT wagon, 40 ft. solid bottom elevator w- new chain, water STATEOFVERMONT mrrRoFmrT|OFWm. DRILLING EXPERIENCE tub, Canadian tractor chains, Starline 180 bu. tank PRoeTEcotm  spreader, Brock 12 t. grain bin, AC baler PTO, J.D. DISTRICT OF Bodford, ss. PROBATE COURT FOR THE ' COMPLETE WATER To all interested parsons: OISTRICr OF  1207 haybine, Lily Branch tedder, Ford 4 bottom plow, WHEREAS, mid Court has assigned the To th hrz at love and dl persons SYSTEMS INSTALLED Ford 513 side rake, bale buncher, Patz gutter cleaner 1 20th day of December next, for examining and allowing the account of the interested in the Esmm of wilson g. yr. old, w- 200 ft. chain; Creamery Package 375 gal. k4jministrotar of the Estotaof soidRubyJo Rebwts, late of Fold., in mid Distri, FOR FREE ESTIMATE bulk tank, Alamo 40+ milker pump, vac. dumping Ruthedord, late of Newbury, Vermont, end decayed, for a decree of the residue of mid Estate ta You ore notified that written in- CALL OR WRITE station w-washer dryer & releaser, 3 Universal strumantsdotedApdl 25, 1977ond... milkers, 2 barn fans, 2 water pumps, defogger, the lawful claimants of the some, and 3,1980 and porportingtabetheLostW!l! ordered that public notice thereof be given and Testament and First Cedkl of md chainsaw, 230 amp. welder, 5 gal. of Bladex 4L, some to all parsans interested in mid Estate hy The E pubflshing this order three weeks sue- dimmmd hos been presented to the seed corn. cessivety, previous to the day assigned, in Probate Court for the District of Bradford CROPS " " "" BENEDINI the Jml  l wnolr publidd petition rKluesting Prebate there. Approx. 1500 bales of rowen, Approx. 1200 bales of at Bradford in mid District THEREFORE, you ore hereby notified to The hring thereon h  hay, Approx. 500 T. of corn in bunker, plus 60 loads of appear at the Probate Office in Wells Riv schedded for the 6th doy of December, at 11:00 o'cluck in the forenoan, then ond 1982 at 1,30 p.m. nt the Prebate Court, Artesian Well Co. grass in same bunker. thera to Contest the ollowance of seid Wldk River, Vermont. You may appear TERMS CASH OR GOOD CHECK account if you see cause, and to establish then and them to show cause, if eny you Barre View Drive LUNCH ON GROUNDS your right as heirs, legatees and lewful may have why the said ioslrument should R. D, Borre, Vt. cloimontstomidrosidua, not be allowed aS the Lost Wil and OWNER: GEORGE KENDALL, RANDOLPH, VT. GlVmUIIIIM11M, Tostamentofthed. 476-4832 AUCTIONEERS: C.W. GRAY & SONS, INC., EAST 28th day of October, 1982. this9thdoyofNoveber, 1982. Oatedthis /s/RenoN.Vi 30 YEARS EXPERIENCE THETFORD, VT. 785-4348 or 7S5,Zlel. R. & R. I s/Rend N. vimeou LUSSIER, LYNDONVILLE, VT. 626-5448, 11/10-17-24 11/24-12/1-8 ...... . :: ........... S::: : ......