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Page 2-The Journal Opinion-November 24, 1982 Suspicious Pike fires could be Beckett Academ+ related PIKE-- Haverhill P0lice Chief could be connected to the Stephen C. Savage this week Beekett Academy complex. told the Journal Opinion that Savage said the in- last week&apos;s suspicious fire that ves(igating officer Walter R. destroyed the Old Pike School George has interviewed a Santa o,. , ฐ Claus o' Is Coming To " TownH Friday, November 26th Arriving At 4:00 P.M. Look For Him In The great number of people in the building totheground. Allthat Police moved fast in that He said he has not yet Haverhill and Pike areas and remains presently are three investigation and grabbed up placed his fire department on has many others to be talked walls and a small part of the a number of juveniles. Officer a standby basis as yet, that he with. He said the investigation front room area. Terry Alexander was credited wanted to see "what happens has included the State Fire Savage indicated the with ending the fire situatfon inthedays ahead." Marshall's office and the department has spent a and in the following months, tiaverhill Corner Fire considerable amount of time four persons were convicted of Department. on the suspicious blaze and arson. The fire which broke out at plans to look into a number of Savage said the in- 3:15 last Monday morning has leads. The fire came on the vestigation is moving fast and been termed as suspicious and heels of another suspicious said residents should be the Fire Marshall is looking firebombingtin the Pike area. concerned with what is going into a number of items ob- Two weeks ago, a home, then on in Pike. He advises persons rained from the burned out owned by Warren Klare was ' in that area to be cautious and building. It had served as a the target of a Molotov aware of things going on classroom area for members Cocktail, heaved against the around them. "Anything they of the Beckett group. Their house at 1 a.m. on Sunday, feel is unusual," Savage of- headquarters is in East Nov. 7. fered, "should be brought to Haddam, Conn. The inflammable filled the immediate attention of the The fire, which brought 40 bottle hit a set of twin front police department." firefighters to the scene was windows, broke the outer set, Haverhill Corner Fire Chief toned out after Chief Verne but failed to penetrate the Verne C. Wiggins said the Wiggins received a telephone second. It fell to the lawn on burned out school will be torn call from a school abutter, the front of the house and down and replaced at some Harriet Fenn. Within minutes, ignited, point. He indicated some firefighters began arriving Klare ran outside and beat neighbors have expressed and reported the lower deck the fire out and notified police concern to him, relative the ..... ablaze, later. Another adjacent recent burning events and are " Wiggins said before long, window was also smashed that wondering who will be next. ...... the entire building erupted night. The Klare home was, at Wiggins stressed that any into a fully involved blaze, that time, about to be tran- strange persons or vehicles burning nearly the entire sferred to the Beckett Farm seen in the area, no matter Warren tax rate down WARREN-- Selectmen in of $2.04 per $100. valuation to Warren have set the tax rate $1.97. for 1982, and it has been The breakdown includes the lowered from last year's rate municipal rate of 37 cents per $100. valuation, figure is at $1)A.I, county tax figure atl, • , hol2nagS in that area. what time of the day or night Wells River & CA  NTRNI/. expressingneigchob2eSrnhavethatbeenthe shouidtention of the pe]iee.be brought to the at- " IAInndotdllD fnrDe fires may include property IfItUUUOVIttu LtaVSLtO • // "< other than what is owned bv Ilk ................. , Beckett Academy. And neigh- II] ...... 7. ..... 7. --- ---7 /+C}..a. Icp .... ,,',+., burs are fearing a repeat of nnn't Mi.€. Htm At The Viilaoe Plaza  .. ,,๗,,o,.s , the fire spree launched in the Dale & Don Larabee ..... "'---- -- A,. , ,,,  = I i_L_ u_ "-.,ขh r Haverhill area four yearsago, rromo:u-/mur.m. I,] o.... -[.---o,,,o...,,, ,  ' resulting mastring ofnightly Eli Welcome You To M sponsored b/ I I eoz 4a '7o I', structure hres. .............. :_ ....... Ill DON'S MOBIL Friday & Saturday November 2 6 & 2 ]lJ , FAIRLEE, VERMONT 10% STOREWIDE DISCOUNT = Ill OILUOEOOnm $€r. I , Pig# Check Out Tllese "Cadillacs Of The-Industry" ' _ Ill I SPECIAL ฃ,U I LITTON I MAYTAG ] KERO-SUN 111 * Chain Saw Sharpeninl ............... .s3 [J Complete Line Of hut0 hnd Truck Tires MICROWAVE I ..* Wht-tFR. .... I HEATERS [11 oz.333.43so . RECEIVE q0 GIFT CERTIFICATE| "1?' | 8700 BTU JUST FOR TRYING IT IN YOUR[ " ,.,., ERS I ....... ,___ =_ ; HOME FOR 4 DAYS- I . DISHWASHERS I PRICED FROM 109.95 Con@rotuloflons ฐฐ'rED FROM '399.99 I | RECEIVE A GIFT , "'" N STOCK- 10% DISCOUNT , I ! ]CERTIFICATE FOR 10.00, to Dave and John 25.00 REBATE FROM unoNI WITH ANY PURCHASE i WORTH OF KEROSENE On a Good Job Constructing - " " [ I • i • I L ....... ,-'- '--' ' "" *- .......... BUenA'g00 Wz:00,/t00n AU MAIN STREET BRADFORD, VERMONT, 8,,02-2224622 % " Under l/,_.. .......... ' " "' ' - =' Allen's Western Auto!  I Th O]lI]l]) %EEK I Much Success in the Future!  ,,s  e* ...... • ..... -r ....... ' ............................................ " .... 'i?1 I Allen and Dona Clements Game ! lwo-- l "%72;';7 | Cats ! Orford, N.H. i IT O I N A I N I S S Y B AH L X A HI I I _ G     o u   o   x ฐ c  v   o  .I • --- -' PHOTOGRAPHY I :  o    x    l v   .   .I Uhat.._caa.Yฐu ' , • THE I R D J C E M D N D C N D D S E E 0 RI "=7  - [ ,,  ,,   s   c       • o _- uv --- -- -- " ] INFINITE IMAGE I Ill C Y O F T H S A J L F A I N I H L L I "-.'.'A ' - • El This seminar,n exploring tte wonders of I I E J B Q M C B I C I J X T L Q N P I " m e::I il, II I tographic eclupment, I L  z . U. F. U S G o w H D p z _  v imps, ; tt iq I ] comitementof a multi: I A H I M A L A Y A N R X N S C L A R I  ,,- k" '"" ' ((' • [ projecual presentation, the I C A L R A M Q N T d X E T P A L T A €.,:,:::/I), • I l/ I J expertise of PentaxPhotogral::)hers in the I K U X T E K G Q F W A W P M T O N U, _ . I 1 field--all value of a full color I s N R E B o B c A T R V K V J O U G I . Donate It to your church | i textbook to create a photographic U F U H K R K V T D g P T O L E C O A I . Or the Cucumber Fund I I educational exDerience you won't G L E A I P A N T H E R N I R M M J- -- • I want tO miss. I , I * Buy a present _s Ihe Infinite Image," 1 Answers. Tabby, Persian, Siamese, Calico, I * Buy school supplies I [ you'lHearn after those special i Shorthai'r, Manx, Abyssinian, Burmese, Himo- | * You can buy a meal =1 1 d, hOW ioach(evethe I ind sees. Youll exolore i Ioyon, Angora, Rex, Bobcat, Cheetah, Jag- t n" • !! I . You can bu. a vlzza • I the fundamentals of exl:)osure and film, uar, Leoi:rd, Lion, Lynx, Mountain Lion, I . Put It" Ill'-- tilg'L'-- Ulllk----I" I [ learn howto control images through focus, Ocelot, Ounce, Panther, Servol, Tiger, • ....... ---_..---------, - I I depth of fieldand compositionYoull see Wildcat I !E; : i . - I how different lenses can affect the lmpact I ,- '-  l  " = - m I of your pictures and how filters and other I ' ii! ฐ" " ,ame ..................... | i'  :  I world ofcolorandtone. YouHdiscover Io ", J]} 11 Pl | helpful hints on what to do before you II Address ........................ I i;. !i] l  • begin shooting and get insight into the : '-- ,o'- -- I I"?.I - _I  I_ decisions that can make photographing t IIIIllllIIlIlIl I  -';-Y t}i  "! L -- your favorite subjects more en)oyabte I i Y; _.T*N,-| I  • and satisfying. I . L-----.:-==:,-:.%:.:z-- -' • You're inked to attend this excitintl I Weekly prizes of $5.00 awarded to the I iourney into the world of photography. I lucky winner each week and a monthly prize I For complete details, visit our store I of a $50.00 Savlnfls-- Bond awarded to a lucky I or !17-22 I ' Admission s only $20.00 or • • $ • • I FREE with the purchase of any Pentax Ill I contestant even if you dldn t win the weekly prize. I I . I .3 I RULES , , .m,,.o ,,o wo.o ,.,',. ..,...,.. o. ,,,. It fun ! BER 30-7.30 PM I Box 378, Bradford, VI. It must be received by ,, ,, ., m 1 • • "I the Monday following publication to be I+ ,-, ,+o...o!,+o., I eligible All puzzles received will be placed in I : ...... IL 3 3LIIIIUI(]LIII: I I a container ,rum wmcn a letter wtll be draw m I each week. If it is correct, that person will be ,-- . . , . _ I I thewinner, lf it is incorrect, another envelope !+' nv,,il;n. : . will be drawn until a winner is found. No JLL ,,), JLqW].IUlII I purchase necessary TRY YOUR l UCK I . s ...... I 80 Railroad St.Village Square Mall I The winner will be announced the following week in the Journal Opinion I St. Johnsbury, Vt. 05819 IilIIIIIIIlIII II II llI IIII IIllIIIIlIIIIIIlIllllll 802- 748- 3622 SNIFFING VENISON--Sniffer dog Meghan, handled by NH Fish and Sergeant Rick Estes, goes to work on a vehicle at the Newbury :e:maSiVner?:;nMdooNr 7 Hampshire set a road block. At right is Thank,,;givin !l € In light of God's goodness toward the ::!i;iilii (  citizens of ()LIr nation, our state, our town, ::::..:'#f : : we invite all so hke-minded to join with us in i':ii IL • . . /..;.,[i  .... a service of Thanksgiving at The Meadow ;f:;;'  J : 1 Church o. the Chelse oad, Sday, il; ' ! November 28,3:00P.M.* i!ii:: /e The s):k:[: RM;:S sWI:h:HuWx,I:: ! The Trustees of The Meadow Church ,'i * The serv'ce wifl .at be held m the event of excessive mOw.   ap dk Years ago Briggs was .............. " .." .. ]J qJF born;..and to having a " ):  I. (-t:: 00SAL]J: 30% Off ALL SUITS BOTANY 500 & HUBBARD 20% CO/Jr 30% Off SWEATERS CREW V-NECK CARDIGAN 20% O00HIRTS I Everything At Least " 10% Off* Pro-Washed LEE ฎ JEANS 30% Off Hurry in "1 Sale Ends Nov. ;SOt Downtown White River Jct. -- 295-71 I ! Page 2-The Journal Opinion-November 24, 1982 Suspicious Pike fires could be Beckett Academ+ related PIKE-- Haverhill P0lice Chief could be connected to the Stephen C. Savage this week Beekett Academy complex. told the Journal Opinion that Savage said the in- last week's suspicious fire that ves(igating officer Walter R. destroyed the Old Pike School George has interviewed a Santa o,. , ฐ Claus o' Is Coming To " TownH Friday, November 26th Arriving At 4:00 P.M. Look For Him In The great number of people in the building totheground. Allthat Police moved fast in that He said he has not yet Haverhill and Pike areas and remains presently are three investigation and grabbed up placed his fire department on has many others to be talked walls and a small part of the a number of juveniles. Officer a standby basis as yet, that he with. He said the investigation front room area. Terry Alexander was credited wanted to see "what happens has included the State Fire Savage indicated the with ending the fire situatfon inthedays ahead." Marshall's office and the department has spent a and in the following months, tiaverhill Corner Fire considerable amount of time four persons were convicted of Department. on the suspicious blaze and arson. The fire which broke out at plans to look into a number of Savage said the in- 3:15 last Monday morning has leads. The fire came on the vestigation is moving fast and been termed as suspicious and heels of another suspicious said residents should be the Fire Marshall is looking firebombingtin the Pike area. concerned with what is going into a number of items ob- Two weeks ago, a home, then on in Pike. He advises persons rained from the burned out owned by Warren Klare was ' in that area to be cautious and building. It had served as a the target of a Molotov aware of things going on classroom area for members Cocktail, heaved against the around them. "Anything they of the Beckett group. Their house at 1 a.m. on Sunday, feel is unusual," Savage of- headquarters is in East Nov. 7. fered, "should be brought to Haddam, Conn. The inflammable filled the immediate attention of the The fire, which brought 40 bottle hit a set of twin front police department." firefighters to the scene was windows, broke the outer set, Haverhill Corner Fire Chief toned out after Chief Verne but failed to penetrate the Verne C. Wiggins said the Wiggins received a telephone second. It fell to the lawn on burned out school will be torn call from a school abutter, the front of the house and down and replaced at some Harriet Fenn. Within minutes, ignited, point. He indicated some firefighters began arriving Klare ran outside and beat neighbors have expressed and reported the lower deck the fire out and notified police concern to him, relative the ..... ablaze, later. Another adjacent recent burning events and are " Wiggins said before long, window was also smashed that wondering who will be next. ...... the entire building erupted night. The Klare home was, at Wiggins stressed that any into a fully involved blaze, that time, about to be tran- strange persons or vehicles burning nearly the entire sferred to the Beckett Farm seen in the area, no matter Warren tax rate down WARREN-- Selectmen in of $2.04 per $100. valuation to Warren have set the tax rate $1.97. for 1982, and it has been The breakdown includes the lowered from last year's rate municipal rate of 37 cents per $100. valuation, figure is at $1)A.I, county tax figure atl, • , hol2nagS in that area. what time of the day or night Wells River & CA  NTRNI/. expressingneigchob2eSrnhavethatbeenthe shouidtention of the pe]iee.be brought to the at- " IAInndotdllD fnrDe fires may include property IfItUUUOVIttu LtaVSLtO • // "< other than what is owned bv Ilk ................. , Beckett Academy. And neigh- II] ...... 7. ..... 7. --- ---7 /+C}..a. Icp .... ,,',+., burs are fearing a repeat of nnn't Mi.€. Htm At The Viilaoe Plaza  .. ,,๗,,o,.s , the fire spree launched in the Dale & Don Larabee ..... "'---- -- A,. , ,,,  = I i_L_ u_ "-.,ขh r Haverhill area four yearsago, rromo:u-/mur.m. I,] o.... -[.---o,,,o...,,, ,  ' resulting mastring ofnightly Eli Welcome You To M sponsored b/ I I eoz 4a '7o I', structure hres. .............. :_ ....... Ill DON'S MOBIL Friday & Saturday November 2 6 & 2 ]lJ , FAIRLEE, VERMONT 10% STOREWIDE DISCOUNT = Ill OILUOEOOnm $€r. I , Pig# Check Out Tllese "Cadillacs Of The-Industry" ' _ Ill I SPECIAL ฃ,U I LITTON I MAYTAG ] KERO-SUN 111 * Chain Saw Sharpeninl ............... .s3 [J Complete Line Of hut0 hnd Truck Tires MICROWAVE I ..* Wht-tFR. .... I HEATERS [11 oz.333.43so . RECEIVE q0 GIFT CERTIFICATE| "1?' | 8700 BTU JUST FOR TRYING IT IN YOUR[ " ,.,., ERS I ....... ,___ =_ ; HOME FOR 4 DAYS- I . DISHWASHERS I PRICED FROM 109.95 Con@rotuloflons ฐฐ'rED FROM '399.99 I | RECEIVE A GIFT , "'" N STOCK- 10% DISCOUNT , I ! ]CERTIFICATE FOR 10.00, to Dave and John 25.00 REBATE FROM unoNI WITH ANY PURCHASE i WORTH OF KEROSENE On a Good Job Constructing - " " [ I • i • I L ....... ,-'- '--' ' "" *- .......... BUenA'g00 Wz:00,/t00n AU MAIN STREET BRADFORD, VERMONT, 8,,02-2224622 % " Under l/,_.. .......... ' " "' ' - =' Allen's Western Auto!  I Th O]lI]l]) %EEK I Much Success in the Future!  ,,s  e* ...... • ..... -r ....... ' ............................................ " .... 'i?1 I Allen and Dona Clements Game ! lwo-- l "%72;';7 | Cats ! Orford, N.H. i IT O I N A I N I S S Y B AH L X A HI I I _ G     o u   o   x ฐ c  v   o  .I • --- -' PHOTOGRAPHY I :  o    x    l v   .   .I Uhat.._caa.Yฐu ' , • THE I R D J C E M D N D C N D D S E E 0 RI "=7  - [ ,,  ,,   s   c       • o _- uv --- -- -- " ] INFINITE IMAGE I Ill C Y O F T H S A J L F A I N I H L L I "-.'.'A ' - • El This seminar,n exploring tte wonders of I I E J B Q M C B I C I J X T L Q N P I " m e::I il, II I tographic eclupment, I L  z . U. F. U S G o w H D p z _  v imps, ; tt iq I ] comitementof a multi: I A H I M A L A Y A N R X N S C L A R I  ,,- k" '"" ' ((' • [ projecual presentation, the I C A L R A M Q N T d X E T P A L T A €.,:,:::/I), • I l/ I J expertise of PentaxPhotogral::)hers in the I K U X T E K G Q F W A W P M T O N U, _ . I 1 field--all value of a full color I s N R E B o B c A T R V K V J O U G I . Donate It to your church | i textbook to create a photographic U F U H K R K V T D g P T O L E C O A I . Or the Cucumber Fund I I educational exDerience you won't G L E A I P A N T H E R N I R M M J- -- • I want tO miss. I , I * Buy a present _s Ihe Infinite Image," 1 Answers. Tabby, Persian, Siamese, Calico, I * Buy school supplies I [ you'lHearn after those special i Shorthai'r, Manx, Abyssinian, Burmese, Himo- | * You can buy a meal =1 1 d, hOW ioach(evethe I ind sees. Youll exolore i Ioyon, Angora, Rex, Bobcat, Cheetah, Jag- t n" • !! I . You can bu. a vlzza • I the fundamentals of exl:)osure and film, uar, Leoi:rd, Lion, Lynx, Mountain Lion, I . Put It" Ill'-- tilg'L'-- Ulllk----I" I [ learn howto control images through focus, Ocelot, Ounce, Panther, Servol, Tiger, • ....... ---_..---------, - I I depth of fieldand compositionYoull see Wildcat I !E; : i . - I how different lenses can affect the lmpact I ,- '-  l  " = - m I of your pictures and how filters and other I ' ii! ฐ" " ,ame ..................... | i'  :  I world ofcolorandtone. YouHdiscover Io ", J]} 11 Pl | helpful hints on what to do before you II Address ........................ I i;. !i] l  • begin shooting and get insight into the : '-- ,o'- -- I I"?.I - _I  I_ decisions that can make photographing t IIIIllllIIlIlIl I  -';-Y t}i  "! L -- your favorite subjects more en)oyabte I i Y; _.T*N,-| I  • and satisfying. I . L-----.:-==:,-:.%:.:z-- -' • You're inked to attend this excitintl I Weekly prizes of $5.00 awarded to the I iourney into the world of photography. I lucky winner each week and a monthly prize I For complete details, visit our store I of a $50.00 Savlnfls-- Bond awarded to a lucky I or !17-22 I ' Admission s only $20.00 or • • $ • • I FREE with the purchase of any Pentax Ill I contestant even if you dldn t win the weekly prize. I I . I .3 I RULES , , .m,,.o ,,o wo.o ,.,',. ..,...,.. o. ,,,. It fun ! BER 30-7.30 PM I Box 378, Bradford, VI. It must be received by ,, ,, ., m 1 • • "I the Monday following publication to be I+ ,-, ,+o...o!,+o., I eligible All puzzles received will be placed in I : ...... IL 3 3LIIIIUI(]LIII: I I a container ,rum wmcn a letter wtll be draw m I each week. If it is correct, that person will be ,-- . . , . _ I I thewinner, lf it is incorrect, another envelope !+' nv,,il;n. : . will be drawn until a winner is found. No JLL ,,), JLqW].IUlII I purchase necessary TRY YOUR l UCK I . s ...... I 80 Railroad St.Village Square Mall I The winner will be announced the following week in the Journal Opinion I St. Johnsbury, Vt. 05819 IilIIIIIIIlIII II II llI IIII IIllIIIIlIIIIIIlIllllll 802- 748- 3622 SNIFFING VENISON--Sniffer dog Meghan, handled by NH Fish and Sergeant Rick Estes, goes to work on a vehicle at the Newbury :e:maSiVner?:;nMdooNr 7 Hampshire set a road block. At right is Thank,,;givin !l € In light of God's goodness toward the ::!i;iilii (  citizens of ()LIr nation, our state, our town, ::::..:'#f : : we invite all so hke-minded to join with us in i':ii IL • . . /..;.,[i  .... a service of Thanksgiving at The Meadow ;f:;;'  J : 1 Church o. the Chelse oad, Sday, il; ' ! November 28,3:00P.M.* i!ii:: /e The s):k:[: RM;:S sWI:h:HuWx,I:: ! The Trustees of The Meadow Church ,'i * The serv'ce wifl .at be held m the event of excessive mOw.   ap dk Years ago Briggs was .............. " .." .. ]J qJF born;..and to having a " ):  I. (-t:: 00SAL]J: 30% Off ALL SUITS BOTANY 500 & HUBBARD 20% CO/Jr 30% Off SWEATERS CREW V-NECK CARDIGAN 20% O00HIRTS I Everything At Least " 10% Off* Pro-Washed LEE ฎ JEANS 30% Off Hurry in "1 Sale Ends Nov. ;SOt Downtown White River Jct. -- 295-71 I !