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Page 10-The Journal Opinion-November 17, 1982 Momltain Lakes adopts .,, : , refuse, sewage law MOUNTAIN LAKES-- Two R g tmn 01 or t servicing lake front properties new health regulations have Mountain Lakes District will be pumped at least once been adopted and signed into stipulates that outdoor refuse every five years beginning law by the Haverhill select- containers shall be placed in Jan. 1, 1983. men and Health Officer an enclosed structure will be Landowners shall certify George Bartzis. They concern placed in a securely covered their compliance with the refuse containers and septic container _ of permanent regulation on a form provided systems, constructioff. The new law for by the health officer and filed The Revised Statutes Mountain Lakes residents with the Mountain Lakes Annotated of New Hampshire says that containers of paper District Commissioners. allows that Bartzis, a health or plastic will not constitute Both regulations will be officer for the towns of permanent construction, applied only to the Mountain Haverhill, may adopt health The second regulation Lakes District. regulations subject to signed into law requires that selectmen's approval, septic systems connected to or CIDER INDIAN CORN MILL APPLE STAND Route lO(Near Newbury Bridge) No. Haverhill, N.H. &el00 144=W re IMILY-IIAM TO 6PI NN TO 55 pints of blood donated in Orford ORFORD-- The student Wood; from the Orford Watson; from Wilder-- council of Orford High School, community-- Muriel Marsh, Gerald Fournier; from together with the Red Cross, Gerald Pease, Paula Johnson, Lyme-- Nat Conard; from W. coordinateda very successful James Arruda, Jim Arruda, Lebanon-- John Scanlan, Blood Drive on Friday, Nov.5. Dorothy Barnes, Brenda Gary Wells; from Meridan-- The Red Cross set 50 points as Thomson, Erva Barnes, David Adams-Brady; from the goal for Orford. Many Enrique Miyares, Linda Lebanon-- Jeanette Cook; neighboring communities Barnes, Guy Hebb, Anne from Plymouth-- Jerry contributed to our success in Bean, Grace Keller, Judy LeSage; from Thetford-- Orford. Adams, Paul Hendelsman, Karen Fryer; from Went- Those donating were: from Marian Hood, Kathy Baker, worth-- Michael Summers; the Oxford senior and junior Doreen Marsh, Mark Marsh, from Newbury-- Linda classes-- Paul Miyares, Terry Dyke, Margaret Sohigian. Connie Dyke, Joanne Arruda, Wheeler; from Bradford-- William Ellithorpe of Jenny Perry, Michael Drew, Karen Garringan, Phyllis Newbury donated coffee for Brett Gould, Randy Nolan, Hanley, Robert Thatcher; all donors and Cottonstone Richard Carter, Yvonne from Fairlee-- Todd Perry, Farms purchased all the Garrett,  Wendee Messer, Janet Kee; from Piermont-- oranges provided for donors. Steve Ball, Randy Bryant, Stan Talbot, Sara White; from Many thanks to all whohelped Brent Davis, Brian Davis, S. Stratford-- Lucien Bout- to make this a very successful Michael Mason and Tony beau; from Hanover--Hugh event! Haverhill selectmen news Agent airs "fired iron" WOODSVILLE-- Haverhill her complaint, in tlat they selectmen, at their recent meeting, took under ad- visement a complaint from Raymond Haines, Sr. of Route 25 in Haverhill that a railroad right-of-way used by him has been closed off. He said he cannot get in or out of his sand pit. They also took under ad- visement a request of Janine Sorg of Court Street in Haverhill Corner that she be "allowed to hook into a storm drain near her home. Board took no action, as they are not sure who has jurisdiction of the drain system. The board is in receipt of a complaint by Jackie Williams that two trailers had been moved onto the Bastille land off Sand Road. They will tell Williams that there is little they can do about have no jurisdiction over trailers on private property. The Grafton County Con- servation District wrote selectmen recently relative a meeting they held with lan- downers along the Clark Brook Watershed areas of Haverhill. The conservation group said they were in- terested in meeting with the landowners and agriculturists to discuss the area. They said the Clark Brook area is one of the most in- tensely farmed areas in the state. They said farmers in the area might want to consider additional technical and financial assistance programs. The meeting was held at the County Court House. Saying he has a load of "tired", Highway Agent James Boucher told select- men something has to be done with his loader. He said the machine has at Thanksgiving Service ,,,. In light of God's goodness toward the !:::: citizens of our nation, our state, our town, ,.:. . , we invite all so like-minded to join with us in i.i, a service of Thanksgiving at The Meadow !1:';  November28,3:00P.M.*Church on the Chelsea Road, Sunday, I The speaker: Rev. William Wick Soloist: Miss Susan Huxley The Trustees of The Meadow Church Let the spirit of our 76th year move you. For the finest automobiles, please stop and see us and the Zimmer Golden Spirit. SMITH AUTO SALES BUICK & OLI0000OBILE Lebanon, N.H. least 11,000 hours on it and is now beginning to show wear. He said he must effect im- mediate repairs to various CHARRED RUIN--A gasoline lantern, one which may figure into the suspicious items, as it is now a down fire which destroyed the old Pike School, stands amid blackened debris inside the machine, burned out building. Selectmen told him to find the prices required for a . Early mornin00 fire destroys School replacement machine, (continued from page 1 ) area. He said his firefighters knocked that blaze down. "Soon after that" Wiggins reported "the entire building erupted in flames." He said the flashover fortunately did not injure any of his men. Units responding to the fire included Haverhill Corner, North Haverhill, Woodsville, Wells River, Lisbon, Brad- ford. Piermont provided station coverage for Haverhill Corner. The units began leaving the scene, where the building was a total loss, at 7 a.m. something which might be taken to town meeting. In the meantime, the board will be mulling the best way to get the loader back on the road. Vehicles belonging to Rocky Clark and Michael Youngman collided on Rte. 113 in W. Fairlee recently, extensive front and rear damage. Clark is from Fairlee and Yougnman from Vet- (please turn to page 9) The board will be finalizing plans to offer selected lots in the Mountain Lakes area for tax sale. Selectman Gary Wood noted that the tax sale will be giving abutters an opportunity to purchase more available land and enlarge their lots at the same time. Selectman A. Frank Steigier, Jr. offered that the tax sales are also a good way to get the land back onto the tax production rolls, rather than "having it sit there doing no good." Vermont State Police news Tr0opers busy BRADFORD--VermontState The following night, owned by Dorothy Spies of Police Bradford Cluster Woodward arrested a male Millburn, N.J. subject in Wells River and charged him with disorderly conduct. Earlier that same night he had issued a citation to a female subject, also at Wells River. On Nov. 3, Woodward referred the matter of an intoxicated female in Brad- ford Village to the State's Attorney, for further action. She was charged with disorderly conduct. The in- cident took place at I a.m. Trooper Howard Atherton is investigating a string of sign thefts in the Fairlee and Bradford area. A total of seven signs were removed from residences in the area and are missing. They are wood post signs and metal frame units from the Century 21, Bradford Associates office. Atherton is also in- vestigating the theft of a truck cap belonging to Mary Lim- haugh of Thetford Center. The cap was removed from the owner's driveway on Tucker Hill Road. PARKAS Y( FURN OF WANTS YOU TO KNOW ..... That We Received Loads Of Furniture Find In Country ! We ! Bought So Loaf In Two, Half And We Other Half' 00WHAT Yes, If It's Furniture Need Or Needing, Point To Large InventOrY You Buy ! MANY HOUDAY SPECIALS W In Exciting Sets By • Sheds rain and stain • Functional pocket treatment, hooded style • Great  ot men's Woolrich sportswear • Woolrich "Since 1830 an important part of doing it right" • A great Christmas gilt! Commander Robert L. Haradon this week reviewed the following criminal ac- tivities with the Journal Opinion, Trooper First Class Mike Woodward issued a court summons to a driver recently, charging him with driving while intoxicated. The subject was driving erratically, nearly causing a collision with the cruiser. On Nov. 2, the police received a report of a missing Bradford person. A bulletin was released and the person was later found in Harrisburg, Pa, A burglary has been reported at a camp on Lake Morey owned by John Cone of W. Lebanon. The break oc- curred between Sept. 23 and Oct. 31. A number of modern fu/'niture items and antiques were removed. A summer residence on town highway 14 was entered and several items removed in E. Corinth. The home is owned by the Kunsa family of Con- necticut. On Nov. 2, several engine parts were taken from a vehicle parked to the rear of Huggett's Mobil Station in E. Thefford. The vehicle is owned by William F. Guyer of Stratford. A deer struck a vehicle operated on 1-91 in Fairlee and caused extensive front end damage. The vehicle was IT'S CaSH SAVlN6 TIME! USE YOUR CHARGE ACCOUNT Upon delivery of your winter fuel supply, pay the driver and SAVE ten cents on every gallon! NO. 2 FUEL & KEROSENE PERRY'S OIL SERVICE Main St. Bradford, Vt. 802-222-4484 OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT 'TIL 900PM ALSO An Of Chairs. Time Of year Or Buy That Have AlwayS We Have Selection For The Price Have You See Slumberlanl Springs tresses? Have The Best Pill In Town With Our Tags! We' Have NoW t Our Famous Line The Sylvania Line  Yes, The Sylvania APPI By Maytag Speed Magic Chef And Eureka! We Have Your We Will AGAIN, I WHhT TII NO UES TAX Route Woodsvill¢' Dial 747 J'tl Rmb Ot' ! We Page 10-The Journal Opinion-November 17, 1982 Momltain Lakes adopts .,, : , refuse, sewage law MOUNTAIN LAKES-- Two R g tmn 01 or t servicing lake front properties new health regulations have Mountain Lakes District will be pumped at least once been adopted and signed into stipulates that outdoor refuse every five years beginning law by the Haverhill select- containers shall be placed in Jan. 1, 1983. men and Health Officer an enclosed structure will be Landowners shall certify George Bartzis. They concern placed in a securely covered their compliance with the refuse containers and septic container _ of permanent regulation on a form provided systems, constructioff. The new law for by the health officer and filed The Revised Statutes Mountain Lakes residents with the Mountain Lakes Annotated of New Hampshire says that containers of paper District Commissioners. allows that Bartzis, a health or plastic will not constitute Both regulations will be officer for the towns of permanent construction, applied only to the Mountain Haverhill, may adopt health The second regulation Lakes District. regulations subject to signed into law requires that selectmen's approval, septic systems connected to or CIDER INDIAN CORN MILL APPLE STAND Route lO(Near Newbury Bridge) No. Haverhill, N.H. &el00 144=W re IMILY-IIAM TO 6PI NN TO 55 pints of blood donated in Orford ORFORD-- The student Wood; from the Orford Watson; from Wilder-- council of Orford High School, community-- Muriel Marsh, Gerald Fournier; from together with the Red Cross, Gerald Pease, Paula Johnson, Lyme-- Nat Conard; from W. coordinateda very successful James Arruda, Jim Arruda, Lebanon-- John Scanlan, Blood Drive on Friday, Nov.5. Dorothy Barnes, Brenda Gary Wells; from Meridan-- The Red Cross set 50 points as Thomson, Erva Barnes, David Adams-Brady; from the goal for Orford. Many Enrique Miyares, Linda Lebanon-- Jeanette Cook; neighboring communities Barnes, Guy Hebb, Anne from Plymouth-- Jerry contributed to our success in Bean, Grace Keller, Judy LeSage; from Thetford-- Orford. Adams, Paul Hendelsman, Karen Fryer; from Went- Those donating were: from Marian Hood, Kathy Baker, worth-- Michael Summers; the Oxford senior and junior Doreen Marsh, Mark Marsh, from Newbury-- Linda classes-- Paul Miyares, Terry Dyke, Margaret Sohigian. Connie Dyke, Joanne Arruda, Wheeler; from Bradford-- William Ellithorpe of Jenny Perry, Michael Drew, Karen Garringan, Phyllis Newbury donated coffee for Brett Gould, Randy Nolan, Hanley, Robert Thatcher; all donors and Cottonstone Richard Carter, Yvonne from Fairlee-- Todd Perry, Farms purchased all the Garrett,  Wendee Messer, Janet Kee; from Piermont-- oranges provided for donors. Steve Ball, Randy Bryant, Stan Talbot, Sara White; from Many thanks to all whohelped Brent Davis, Brian Davis, S. Stratford-- Lucien Bout- to make this a very successful Michael Mason and Tony beau; from Hanover--Hugh event! Haverhill selectmen news Agent airs "fired iron" WOODSVILLE-- Haverhill her complaint, in tlat they selectmen, at their recent meeting, took under ad- visement a complaint from Raymond Haines, Sr. of Route 25 in Haverhill that a railroad right-of-way used by him has been closed off. He said he cannot get in or out of his sand pit. They also took under ad- visement a request of Janine Sorg of Court Street in Haverhill Corner that she be "allowed to hook into a storm drain near her home. Board took no action, as they are not sure who has jurisdiction of the drain system. The board is in receipt of a complaint by Jackie Williams that two trailers had been moved onto the Bastille land off Sand Road. They will tell Williams that there is little they can do about have no jurisdiction over trailers on private property. The Grafton County Con- servation District wrote selectmen recently relative a meeting they held with lan- downers along the Clark Brook Watershed areas of Haverhill. The conservation group said they were in- terested in meeting with the landowners and agriculturists to discuss the area. They said the Clark Brook area is one of the most in- tensely farmed areas in the state. They said farmers in the area might want to consider additional technical and financial assistance programs. The meeting was held at the County Court House. Saying he has a load of "tired", Highway Agent James Boucher told select- men something has to be done with his loader. He said the machine has at Thanksgiving Service ,,,. In light of God's goodness toward the !:::: citizens of our nation, our state, our town, ,.:. . , we invite all so like-minded to join with us in i.i, a service of Thanksgiving at The Meadow !1:';  November28,3:00P.M.*Church on the Chelsea Road, Sunday, I The speaker: Rev. William Wick Soloist: Miss Susan Huxley The Trustees of The Meadow Church Let the spirit of our 76th year move you. For the finest automobiles, please stop and see us and the Zimmer Golden Spirit. SMITH AUTO SALES BUICK & OLI0000OBILE Lebanon, N.H. least 11,000 hours on it and is now beginning to show wear. He said he must effect im- mediate repairs to various CHARRED RUIN--A gasoline lantern, one which may figure into the suspicious items, as it is now a down fire which destroyed the old Pike School, stands amid blackened debris inside the machine, burned out building. Selectmen told him to find the prices required for a . Early mornin00 fire destroys School replacement machine, (continued from page 1 ) area. He said his firefighters knocked that blaze down. "Soon after that" Wiggins reported "the entire building erupted in flames." He said the flashover fortunately did not injure any of his men. Units responding to the fire included Haverhill Corner, North Haverhill, Woodsville, Wells River, Lisbon, Brad- ford. Piermont provided station coverage for Haverhill Corner. The units began leaving the scene, where the building was a total loss, at 7 a.m. something which might be taken to town meeting. In the meantime, the board will be mulling the best way to get the loader back on the road. Vehicles belonging to Rocky Clark and Michael Youngman collided on Rte. 113 in W. Fairlee recently, extensive front and rear damage. Clark is from Fairlee and Yougnman from Vet- (please turn to page 9) The board will be finalizing plans to offer selected lots in the Mountain Lakes area for tax sale. Selectman Gary Wood noted that the tax sale will be giving abutters an opportunity to purchase more available land and enlarge their lots at the same time. Selectman A. Frank Steigier, Jr. offered that the tax sales are also a good way to get the land back onto the tax production rolls, rather than "having it sit there doing no good." Vermont State Police news Tr0opers busy BRADFORD--VermontState The following night, owned by Dorothy Spies of Police Bradford Cluster Woodward arrested a male Millburn, N.J. subject in Wells River and charged him with disorderly conduct. Earlier that same night he had issued a citation to a female subject, also at Wells River. On Nov. 3, Woodward referred the matter of an intoxicated female in Brad- ford Village to the State's Attorney, for further action. She was charged with disorderly conduct. The in- cident took place at I a.m. Trooper Howard Atherton is investigating a string of sign thefts in the Fairlee and Bradford area. A total of seven signs were removed from residences in the area and are missing. They are wood post signs and metal frame units from the Century 21, Bradford Associates office. Atherton is also in- vestigating the theft of a truck cap belonging to Mary Lim- haugh of Thetford Center. The cap was removed from the owner's driveway on Tucker Hill Road. PARKAS Y( FURN OF WANTS YOU TO KNOW ..... That We Received Loads Of Furniture Find In Country ! We ! Bought So Loaf In Two, Half And We Other Half' 00WHAT Yes, If It's Furniture Need Or Needing, Point To Large InventOrY You Buy ! MANY HOUDAY SPECIALS W In Exciting Sets By • Sheds rain and stain • Functional pocket treatment, hooded style • Great  ot men's Woolrich sportswear • Woolrich "Since 1830 an important part of doing it right" • A great Christmas gilt! Commander Robert L. Haradon this week reviewed the following criminal ac- tivities with the Journal Opinion, Trooper First Class Mike Woodward issued a court summons to a driver recently, charging him with driving while intoxicated. The subject was driving erratically, nearly causing a collision with the cruiser. On Nov. 2, the police received a report of a missing Bradford person. A bulletin was released and the person was later found in Harrisburg, Pa, A burglary has been reported at a camp on Lake Morey owned by John Cone of W. Lebanon. The break oc- curred between Sept. 23 and Oct. 31. A number of modern fu/'niture items and antiques were removed. A summer residence on town highway 14 was entered and several items removed in E. Corinth. The home is owned by the Kunsa family of Con- necticut. On Nov. 2, several engine parts were taken from a vehicle parked to the rear of Huggett's Mobil Station in E. Thefford. The vehicle is owned by William F. Guyer of Stratford. A deer struck a vehicle operated on 1-91 in Fairlee and caused extensive front end damage. The vehicle was IT'S CaSH SAVlN6 TIME! USE YOUR CHARGE ACCOUNT Upon delivery of your winter fuel supply, pay the driver and SAVE ten cents on every gallon! NO. 2 FUEL & KEROSENE PERRY'S OIL SERVICE Main St. Bradford, Vt. 802-222-4484 OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT 'TIL 900PM ALSO An Of Chairs. Time Of year Or Buy That Have AlwayS We Have Selection For The Price Have You See Slumberlanl Springs tresses? Have The Best Pill In Town With Our Tags! We' Have NoW t Our Famous Line The Sylvania Line  Yes, The Sylvania APPI By Maytag Speed Magic Chef And Eureka! We Have Your We Will AGAIN, I WHhT TII NO UES TAX Route Woodsvill¢' Dial 747 J'tl Rmb Ot' ! We