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December 2, 1981-The Second Opinion-Page 9A land on Chase Hollow Road.  sretirement home on 2 beautiful acres on Goshen Road in 28,000. s, HovtourL $6,900; good views; wooded; nonr Hall&apos;s Lake. ILtJj acres, Corinth, VT., $13,500; brooks, good grong and for investment and recreation; owner may take back lm:res, Howbuty, $37,000; wondlond with long frontnge on class ; terms from owner. home on 1S ecres, Nowbury, $19,500.2-3 acres open land. ASSOCIATES OF BRADFORD VI  21 21 North Main Street Bradford, Vt. 802-222-5544 l a i "Eoth Office Independently Owned And Operated" ( "AM-- Owner financing available. 1840 Cape I I tled among big maples and lilacs. 7 rooms, 3- | |ooms, 1 bath, big closets. $24,000 D-- 1823 Salt Box Cape, 7 rooms, 4 I l'ooms, 1 bath, garage on one-third +- acre ']' *] Easy to heat and a real buy at this price! ,500. lRy_ Newly remodeled Ranch, fully in- 'ted, new artesian well, 4 rooms, 2 ooms, I bath. Barn with 2 horse stalls, 6 dog s & kennels. All on 5+- acres. Perfect ) 1 rter home. $35,000. RD-- 150 yr. old Cape has 8 rooms, 3 drooms, 2-%ar garage. 11+- acres of land with y t I views to the east and south. $37,500. i--. Want seclusion, privacy? This is it! 10+- the end of a road, % wooded, nice open PUBLIC NOTICE Bradford, Vermont O5O33 222-4765 r HOME ON 2 ACRES Cape with convenient location on paved of land surrounding the house, has ne-car garage. Taxes are $385, oil hot air water. A very good home in an excellent RINTIIIET AND 2 ACRES The Opera Block Apartments WOODSVILLE-NEW HAMPSHIRE We are now seeking applicants for our waiting list for the Opera Block Apartments . . . Attractive one and two bedroom apartments for the elderly (62 years or more) or permanently handicapped. Eligible tenants will pay no more than 25 percent of their income for rent. For further information telephone collect Area Cede 802-748-8235. We now have available one apartment ready for im- mediate occupancy. P.O. Box 432 St. Johnsbury, Vermont 05819 Northern Community Management Corporation This housing is available to all without regard to race, color, religion, or national origin. AVAILABLE DEC. 1-- 2- I",'[li[i_Al[l bedroom farmhouse located in East Corinth. Situated on 4 FREE-- 2 Acres of land 'n acres of land with 1 car Newbury, Vermont with the garage. $275 monthly. No purchase of 1 house and 2 utilitms, no pets. References barns for 85 percent more than required. For more in- the town's evaluation. Call 1- formation call 617-468-4970. 603-353-4848 2t--11-25--c 8T--I 2-30--- FAIRLEE, VT.-- apartment, 3 rooms plus hath Gaskitchen stove, refrig. Rent plus utilities. Security deposit. No more than two people. 802-333- 4326. 3t--I 2-9--c AVAILABLE FOR IM- MEDIATE occupancy. A one and a two bedroom apart- ment. Both with bath, wall to wall carpeting, kitchen ap- pliances. Heat, lights, hot water, gas, and rubbish removal included in rent. Securily deposit required. No children or pets in this well managed building. Mt. Gardner Apts., 43 Central St., Woodsville, N.H. Tel. 787-6280 or 77-6355. Edward C. Patten. 4--tf---c HOUSE FOR RENT-- Stately Newbury house well situated. 'Owner to retain two rooms. Minor stipulations to be fairly insisted upon. No cats. Reasonable. 802-866-5657 or 203-528-2238 lt--9-2-- SOUTH RYEGATE =24,900 m.ds r  b  p.  rt@* cd  cindy lie fnily bW last teed as 2 alrtrnts 13 roms ptus shed f siora,  ter, hot a him oil Can be sm amebas SAM DARIJII00 ItlAUeI 476-5333 Trow Hill, Barre Ill ,00FRINCONII INSURINCE ! George E. Quig Frank Corbett r  1 .603.823.55 55 F .raneonia, N.H. -: REALTOR _ MarLha H. Davis i r TOWN OF CORINTH PUBLIC HEARING _, + 00CLASSIFIED There will be a Proposed Use Hearing for Revenue Sharing fund on Wednesday, Dec. 16 at 8 P.M. at the Town Hall in Cookville. The Town expects to receive $13,726.00 in revenue sharing funds for period 13. The unused fund for 1981 is $1009.49. The public is invited to make oral or written suggestions regarding possible use of revenue sharing funds. Board of Selectmen Town of Corinth Recorded before posting Attest: J. Learmonth, Town Clerk TOWN OF CORINTH PUBLIC HEARING At the request of a number of residents, there will be an informal meeting to discuss the town roads on Wednesday, Dec. 16 following the proposed use hearing for revenue sharing funds. By state law, a road commissioner can only be elected at an annual meeting and noting if that takes place at this meeting, it can he binding upon the Selectmen. Corinth Selectmen PROPOSED STATE REGULATIONS EXPLANATION FOR CITIZENS By law, every proposed reguiatlon must be pubdied in en abbreviated notice form on a weekly basis in selected newspapers in the state. The purpose of publishing these regulations is to give you a chance to respond, orally or in writing. The low else says the agency mum hold a lblic hearing on o proposed regulation if 25 perso or an ossecintlan having at laost 2S requests it in writing. To get o copy of a rule or make sueestinm to the a llency, call or writa the contact person fisted below for ouch regulation. You con rosa moga cant'heats to the Legislative Committee which reviews rngulatlons by ontectine the Committee on Administrative Rules, State House, Montpolier, VT 05602 (telephone: 828- 223t ). You may also write to the Secretory of Stato, 109 State Street, Pavilion Building, Montpelier, VT 0S602, or call thls o(ice toll free at 1-800-642-$I 5S. PHARMACY CO-PAYMENT Vermont Proposed Rule 81 -P! 04 AGENCY: Social Welfare FOR FURTHER INFORNTION CONTACT: James Barre, Assistant Medicaid Director, Social Welfare Depart- II -- "l()R SALE-- Mobile Home. 12x65 Detroiter, 3 bedrooms. 12x16 closed-in porch. Set up for wood beat. Kitchen stove, refrigerator included. $5800. 603-787-6640. 4t--12-9-- MOBILE HOMES-- Several homes all set up in quiet mobile home park in Wood- sville. Comfortable, clean and very inexpensive. Owner financing available 603-747- 3335. 4t--12-9.--- MOBILE HOMES-- Best winter specials ever on all new and used 8', 10', 12' and 14' wide mobile homes. Secial price new 14' wide pitched roof, 2 bedroom and furnished only $13,000..Special 12' x 60' reconditioned, 3 bedroom, new carpet, furnished $6,495. Extra clean, 12' wide, 2 bedroom $5,995. furnished. Mitch's Mobile Homes, Rt. 10, Woodsville, NH. 603-747-3376. 4t---12-9---C $1,500 DOWN; 2 full bathrooms, one with a huge garden tub, 3 big bedrooms, bow window, all furnished, del. and set up. Sale priced at $14,995. or $1,4)0 down and 144 at $249. APR 19.90 percent Note $55,856. Closed Wed. Open Sundays. Fairlane Mobile Homes, Rt. 3 Tilton, NH. 1t--12-2--c WANTED HEAD LIBRARIAN WOODSVILLE LIBRARY, WOODSVILLE, N.H. 3 days per week, approx. 15 hours total Send resume to: Box 71 Woodsville, N.H, 03785 WANTED--- Old or Antique Fishing Equipment and oldor used boors on hunting or fis li g. Maccals Antique Sol )r Fairlee, VL. 802-353- 92l ) f--8-19--c WANTED-- Used or old decoys, old books on hunting and fishing. Write Box 454, Bradford, Vt. 05033. Tf--nc anytime, tf--i l-ll-- GREEN FIREWOOD $6500 cord. 14", 16" 18" 20" & 24" lengths, split. Ralph A. Emerson, 802-584-3662. 8T--I 2-23---- . WANTED-- Littleton Boy $495 DOWN-- Viceroy 12 wide ....... com troop zo needs 3 bedr., clean and furnlsbed ........ Cooh "-ri"e ca aa ,,, e9 d"wn unliorms and rope. r'lease call _,  _", ,,,'r'";,Z,.'r'_7^',^_ Scout Master John Pilgrim new and used homes on ""-'"""" or ,-,-,-o. ,--,- display.) APR 21 _percent Note 25--no $7,320 Citation Mobile Homes, -- .... - ......... "lOll" PRICED PAID -- For old Rt 12 Charlestown, Nn az- item ..... s. vurnl[ure. DOOKS, 5118. IT--12-2--- trunks, miscellaneous, . household, attic and garage items. Brock Noye. Box 245, 1 1 =l[etF,_l I kl [O]i 1[[14  Fairlee, V t. 2t--12-2--p $ltnetvlimom " WANTED--- En i " g ne to ht 1976 NOnCltOCnmOm Suharu Mugt h "- ^^ DISTRICT OF Bradford, SS ..... To the Creditors of the Estate of runn!ng condition and inex- Chades Pike late of Fairlee, VS., pensive. Call 802-222-9028 Personals HO, Love you Always - Weasel - [AIl I I iill I@l'[q/ KmrENS-- n00 to $125. CFA litter registered. Barre, Vt. A nice Cristmas gift. 1-802-479.9768. 8T12- 23--- PURE BRED SHIH TZU -- Puppy $50. Call after 5 p.m. 802-222-9370. 4T--I l-2&---p deceased. Morton H. Boyd of East Theffonl, Vt. hereby states that he has been polated o personal representative of the above estate. All creditors hvlag cmims against the above estate  required to present the claim in writing within four months after the date of the first publication hereof to the above personal representative at the above address or to the Register of the Probate Court at Wells River, Vermont, or sold claim will be forever barred. Doted at Theffl this 24th day of Stitchers and WANTED-- stitcher trainees. We have immediate openings for ex- perienced stitchers and inexperienced persons who are interested in learning to stitch. Apply Emgee Inc, Chelsea, Vt. 802-685-7722. 4- 15--tf--c MENTAL HEALTH CENTER is recruiting for an area manager m Springfield, Vermont This is an ad- ministrative-clinical position with a salary in the low 20's and excellent fringe benefits. Applicants must have an MgW; a Clinical Psychology or Psychiatric Nursing degree;" post graduate ex- perience in mental health and 3 years of administrative experience. Send resumes to Frank Compton, Director oz Mental Health, MHSSV, 19 Westminster Terrace, Bellows Falls, Vt.05101. 2t--12-9---- 1-YR.-OLD (used very few hours) 25-inch R.C.A. Color T.V. Console. $800 new. Asking $500. Call 802-222-4706 or 222- 4791. 2t--12-9---C FOR SALE-- Electric Snowblower, 3 HP, practically new. Cord included. Ideal for small yard. 2t--12.2--p ell-built home consists of an A-frame and a - -- November, 1981.  addition; has 3 bedrooms, heafilator REAL ESTATE '69 TOYOTA LAND ment, 103 South Main Street, Waterbury, VT 0.5676. MertonH. oyd - -- CRUISER- Runs excellent. Phone: 241-2880. Peni|elm;ndmWt CAR POOIr- Ride wanted. WOOL YARN-- 4 oz. skeins- natural light color, $2.50- full insulation, septic system, well with At Thetford Pharmacy Many extra parts. $1,550 3.12/-9-1 Bradford to Hanover daily, skein. Nat'lDark,$.50-skein, 2112  stove beat plus electric backup. In a East Thetford, Vt. 05043 Firm. Call 802-333-9521or9254. ANFC - IMPLEMENTATION OF OMNIBUS LeaveBradfordatT45a m -- .... :_^: call (102) ,39-5874 2t---12-2--p -72 Wooded area, yet accessable by year-round (802) 785-2849 4T--12-:--c  remrn:p.m. 02-222-b2I--- -i , ;.. " , .0e$39, 000. Member.Vt.-N00H, MLS ; BU00I00[00100.,tLtAT!0N00T00 1981 -mice, weal.levi Ext. 00,9,.FO . sA00- (l) 00x,o $ i! ';" CORINTHHOMESITE ' :" Vermonl0sedRoleSl-Pl05 -nt,,,m,,,,  .... * E.ga#rt;; 511 flr; Ca ..', a cellar hole, septic system, and gravity i -. _ ',,'ci'.ss. WANTED-- Someone to car canged t.o wood,. Stainless i---]Jly located on a year_round gravel road.  . ________). , AGENCY: Social Welfare ott.stmot cour pool or share expenses from steel front pan. $1,200" _ _.,wer about 800 feet distant; lumber and FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: H. Kenaston ClVlL'TIOS radford to Hanover N H $1,000 without oil burner 'DE _'Yll the 12 acres of wooded land; 2 acres of Twitchell, ANFC Consultant, Social Welfare Depart- a0CrNO.Sllll-llO ,__. .... m return'6 -'m" FIRM (1) LP Gas stove IN I= I$1rAII OF ,..tvu K o t. . p. . " " ers [111:$14,000. ment, 103 South Main StreeL Waterbury, v'r 05676. - aRt mu Monday Tuesday, Friday $75.00. 802-222-4506. 4t--12- Yety.   oil-fired" hot air furnace plus two wood lrNesi!i; ;Cope tieIymaul;:h Onmeve inra - ':" "f H '' 't " ' "'    "\\; f '/,///J)'X -  Phone: 241-2805. . 0R FOR IJLtOTlON SERVICE BY Sa 2t--ll-25--p SurdS),. Call 802-222-9028.' 16--P idrms' 2 baths' many fine features" Small . Sli. arbush and sugar house, old barn, and :__ iintal0 Lrn used for two-car garage and storage.  tttowamoFwat l; Ithern exposure' privacy' and lvely views' 1 i<  kk\\;l/Tk.- . STArt M V/lOSt replaced by polyvinyl chloride m mE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF {im productions. But Tin Pan t.N =,^o,,=,mm=T.= Alley remains a synonym for "07ICTO--' the popular song industry and To the hoi at low d oil psons /-f- .,Ml' "--- -- its verse-chorus style of song ttsr td ikm. d: "--------'    - which persisted for well over a you are-iified that 0 inen il. "---...  ___,., "---- ___fhal _.a century, until rock n' .rail sn.t, dated September. 20, 1977., ane -.. a exploded onto the mus,cal PYm  id * " d, landscape. Just the same, at somed to the eote C  least one Tin Pan Alley theme srt d o by C,n . , Ira., 00nly a Paper Tune survwe ........... r= " .,haptition--stingnoltlof..ton h heen " i. rust... . _, The hourinll In 1884, Jennie Lmusay nau ,,ed for the 21st  of t,,, +  hit ollpd "A|WftVS Take 191llot11:1SA.M. at the Probate Coort, " "':" "':7. .'/='._. the wolh live Vermont. You me t qor Beatles sang: (Follow the me,Vthoidinme..,. Th was certainly no lack of operator, a 1 tough test for the through the 1960s, that gold- Motners Aortae. in tm tom end tre to show cmdr. if any yoe [ Ie w oers of the new techno ogy. silver-blue-polkadot-crazy- " ..... '"" b"ll (c)  bo allowed = me tat, w,la ,,.v. .... e " -- .... Thstamenf of the decened. i ild-e_ ephne' The American public, en- marshmallow-old-devil-paper L, lit up your nearts ano sing ttnd ts lSth day of No,, I. Il,hther " automobile, chanted with flying heroes and moon was the clear popularity me a song 1981. to buy two phonograph, ight 200. Papa radio and ,ll that, as a tures--were developed and pA, Young Jerome came into use in the dynamic '_^dl an excellent half-century between 1876 and CUVlwboat" and a 1926. i[tvrn hits proved "Hello Central, Give Me . best. Heaven," one of the first t in America telephone songs, published in Itme sheet music 1901, was a heart-wrenching i:Home, mother, ballad based on a newspaper every current account of a little girl who as well were tried to call her dead mother Vausical mills in heaven via the telephone AUCTION inviting Josephine aloft was sung by Public enchanted by the idea of air talking pic- the idea of air travel, made winner for celestial song That was a hit before your "Come, Josephine, in My Flying Machine" a big hit in 1910. More than 100 songs were written in honor of Charles Lindbergh's New York to Paris flight of May 1927, but only one (in Yiddish) was written for Charles Levine who, fortified by 10 chicken sandwiches on toasted rye and two bottles of clpicken soup, followed Lindbergh with a 4,100-mile flight across the Atlantic two weeks later. He missed his destination, Berlin, by only 110 miles. In 1928, Tin Pan Alley composers sang a hymn to the sexy new Ford. "Henry's Made a Lady out of Lizzie" reminded the public that the "Tin Lizzie' '--which you could get, said Mr. Ford, in any color as long as the color was black--had come a long way, baby. Popular songs in America, as in any land, chronicle events of national significance and express personal and communal emotion. They are a gift at times of celebration. No wonder, then, that the Smithsonian Institution, the world's largest museum complex, fills its halls throughout the year with the sound of music. This year, during the National Air and Space Museum's Fifth Anniversary Celebration, a concert featured some Tin Pan Alley gifts. The Smithsonian's Division of Performing Arts discovered a galaxy of songs which used cosmic beauties as stage props. The Division's research revealed that from the 19208 Is Rene N. Vilneou titles. Made of paper though it was, that Tin Pan Alley moon shone brightly for a long time. The Alley has ceased to exist as a particular New York street. The music business is still in New York, but also thrives in Los Angeles, Nash- (c) All lyrics copyright for the ville, Detroit and other cities, world by Northern Songs Ltd. Paper tunes have been England Mother was born 3T-11/2S-1212-9 Though she was born a long long time ago Your Mother should II ff1IlO[t]il [I know--your Mother should know" I1o nLtmm ox AILLOWAI Of WILL STAll OF VllIONT IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF i S. OBATE COURT FOR THE m 1 0 o E t, -n g m ! z i U) A sentimental ballad of 1901, this early Tin Pan Alley hit was one of the first "telephone" songs. DISTRICT OF I1 To the heirs at low end all persons interested in the Estate of Edna H. Hebb, tale of Newbory, in said District, dcensedt You are notified that o wrien in- strmnent dated Septembor 20. 1977, and purporting to be the Lint Wil and Teslameat of said deceased hm been This mattor come before the Court ons, vicBdmre Smith's Motion for en Ord by Publication. Whereas Burbere Smith, as od- ministmtrix of the estate of her decensod daughter, Sharon L. Betl, has sottiod a claim for the wronlful death of Sharon L. Ws Badmm Smith ho qliod to this Court }or on eIor to distribute the proceeds of the settlement; end Whorens the Sattlenlent fig;x1 wm $20,000.00 and Whereas Hunfley Blaire Boll wm the fothor of Shoran t. lie|, and aS her next of kin, ny have stend to make claim for some or all of tbe proceads of me settlement; end Wheos the address of Honfley Binlre Doll is onknev; and Wherous the Stmrs issued in this cause rm Hmllq Bloire 1 te rve upon Otormen end Allen, P.C, Plaintiff's Attorneys, whose address is Box 347, Bradford, Vermont 05033 an oppmmnce and answer to the application within twenty (20) dew of*or sorvice is tnlated and that in case of htlure to do so, judgment by dafoult will be taken ginst HonO moire bfl for the reiof damded. The Summem further requires that Htmtiet Blail Dell must fib his amwor with abe Court, ondhe must state as a counterclaim, any related claim whkh he m hove against the oppront, or he will therenftor be barred from nklag any such claim in era/other future action. NOW 1MEREFORE IT IS ORDERED, that this order be puldishod once a weak in the Jotrnol Oplolen, o nempoper pblhhecl at Bradford, V='mont end of ge,'ol cir- colation in the County of Onmge, for thren ilzlssive weeks beginnin on the first Wedn,doy hAowin0 the date of this ordev. Service by pubkotlan  be complete on the 21st day oflor the lest pNiion. Dated at Chetmo, in *he Cm of Orange and State of Vermont end Ste of Vermont this 20th day of November, 1981. L. E. Sffinger, Jr. Burton W. Slxenor Jackson T. We j, Orp Swedwcn 3T-11/25-1212-9 presented to the Probate Court for the District of Bradford by Gavin A. Reid, ehe..th o .,,ion .,,ing ,ate /t lllhliil It/I [1 The headnll thereon has en HI ISTAll OF scheduled for the 21st day of Decemm, 1981 at 11,00 A.M. at the Probate Court, Wells River, Vmmont. You my then and there to  cse, ita,/y my have, why the se,d mstrume_..simms not be oBuwed as the Lest wm onu Testomeat of the deceased. Dated this tilth day of November, 1981. Isl Rene N. Vigne 31'-11/25-1212-9 VA INFORMATION Q -- I've heard a let recently about something called Agent Orange. What is It? A -- Agent Orange, so named because it was shipped to Vietnam in orange striped barrels, was a chemical defoliant used to uncover enemy hiding places and to destroy Viet Cong food crops. It was made up of two chemicals, 2, 4-D and 2, 4, 5-T which have been used widely throughout the world since the 1940s by farmers, foresters and homeowners to kill un- wanted vegetation. bll I IIm STATI Of I PROATE COURT DISTRICT OF Bradford, ss. To oH interested persons: Whoreas, epScation hm been mode by the guardian of Knox G. Henderson, of Ntwhory for licme tO sell the reel estatl of mid word, d,#crlbed as bng the Hendersen home form on Tovm Roed No. 26 in Newbury, Vermont consisting of 190 acres, more or less, which is mace por- tklarly ribod in Boek 39, I 170 of the Lend Records of the Town of Ne mdlllsl represoMing that the sole thereof would be beneficial for said word. WHEREUPON, this Court has esClned the 21st  of December, 1981 at 11 ..30 o'clock in the forenoon ot the Probate Office, in Wels River to hear  decide pu n said application, end ordored that notice thenf be given to am. ISOnS intecested therein, by  ttmt oraor three weeks successively i the Jlmmml Opillea, 0 nemlmpor pdditJled at Drodford, in sold District, which circulates in the iohberheed of those Ire'sore interested wein; II which lIMiatlam be previous to tho tlme ted for the hd, you ore herolW notified o orator before said Court, at the time end =e ofonm, m  to the roat of such license, if you see ause. elnl INOFI MI' ItMI at WaRs River In said Disfct, this lllth day of November, 1981. Isl RenaN. V= 3T-I 112S-12/2-9 IIlP IS 1NtElC IINITI HAMMOND SPINET ORGAN '-- Double Keyboard Model L- 100 Exc. condition. Come and ay it Asking $525. Richard . Pike, Warren, N. H. 603- 764-9974.4t--12-16--p OFFSET PRESS--- AB Dick. Model 326 Prints up to 8k x 14" sheet with counter and other controls. The press comes with a supply cabinet which is used as a stand for the press. It also has a plate- holder cabinet. A good prin- ting press. $850. Firm. Call before 5 p.m. 802-222-5281. tf--ll-18--p OPENING SOON-- Van Witten Dog Boarding Service. Reasonable rates, heated kennels, individual runs, stereo music. Gisela Clogston, West Corinth. 802-439-6261. 4t--12-9---p SNOW PLOWING-- NOW cbeduling snow plowing in radford area. If interested call 802-222-5735, 802-222-5750 or 802-222-4590. Leave message and will return call. 8t--9-----c [I I I I I .0000U,.00TION As I am discontinuing farming, I will sell the following at Public Auction at my farm, located just off Route 12 in Brookfield, VS. Watch for Auction signs. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3 STARTING AT II A.M. SHARP 41 HEAD HOLSTEINS & JERSEYS Consisting of: 7 fresh in Sept., 6 fresh in Oct., 2 fresh in Nov., 2 due Dec., 2 due Feb., I due April, 4 yearlings, 3 started calves. Balance of cattle in all stages of lactation. Quite a number of these are ready to breed back now and with good feed they will milk Cattle T.B., blood tested, nasal innoculated and checked for pregnancy before time of sale FARM MACHINERY M.F. 285 diesel tractor with cab, Ford 5000 tractor w- bucket & cab, Int. 212 diesel tractor, M.F. 12 baler w- kicker, Gehl forage box, bale buncher, J.D. flail chopper, M.F. 10' transport harrow, M.F. 2 row corn planter, Badger model 2000 chopper w- both heads, Ford 3 pt. hitch rake, Ford 3 bottom plow, 3 pt. hitch BriUiou seeder, 3 pt. hitch scraper blade, J.D. 3 bottom plow, 5 ft. Bush HOg, dump trailer, Lely tedder, Ford 535 9' mower conditioner, 4 wheel kicker wagon, 9 T. grain bin, M.F.H.P. garden tractor, w-mower, plus some small tools. TERMS CASH OR GOOD CHECK LUNCH ON GROUNDS OWNER: WALTER MUGFORD, BROOKFIELD, VT. AUCTIONEERS: C. W. GRAY & SINC! INC. EAffr THETFORD, VT. 785-4348 or 78'2161 R. & D. LUSSIER LYNDONVILLE, VT. 826.$448 .............. I II December 2, 1981-The Second Opinion-Page 9A land on Chase Hollow Road.  sretirement home on 2 beautiful acres on Goshen Road in 28,000. s, HovtourL $6,900; good views; wooded; nonr Hall's Lake. ILtJj acres, Corinth, VT., $13,500; brooks, good grong and for investment and recreation; owner may take back lm:res, Howbuty, $37,000; wondlond with long frontnge on class ; terms from owner. home on 1S ecres, Nowbury, $19,500.2-3 acres open land. ASSOCIATES OF BRADFORD VI  21 21 North Main Street Bradford, Vt. 802-222-5544 l a i "Eoth Office Independently Owned And Operated" ( "AM-- Owner financing available. 1840 Cape I I tled among big maples and lilacs. 7 rooms, 3- | |ooms, 1 bath, big closets. $24,000 D-- 1823 Salt Box Cape, 7 rooms, 4 I l'ooms, 1 bath, garage on one-third +- acre ']' *] Easy to heat and a real buy at this price! ,500. lRy_ Newly remodeled Ranch, fully in- 'ted, new artesian well, 4 rooms, 2 ooms, I bath. Barn with 2 horse stalls, 6 dog s & kennels. All on 5+- acres. Perfect ) 1 rter home. $35,000. RD-- 150 yr. old Cape has 8 rooms, 3 drooms, 2-%ar garage. 11+- acres of land with y t I views to the east and south. $37,500. i--. Want seclusion, privacy? This is it! 10+- the end of a road, % wooded, nice open PUBLIC NOTICE Bradford, Vermont O5O33 222-4765 r HOME ON 2 ACRES Cape with convenient location on paved of land surrounding the house, has ne-car garage. Taxes are $385, oil hot air water. A very good home in an excellent RINTIIIET AND 2 ACRES The Opera Block Apartments WOODSVILLE-NEW HAMPSHIRE We are now seeking applicants for our waiting list for the Opera Block Apartments . . . Attractive one and two bedroom apartments for the elderly (62 years or more) or permanently handicapped. Eligible tenants will pay no more than 25 percent of their income for rent. For further information telephone collect Area Cede 802-748-8235. We now have available one apartment ready for im- mediate occupancy. P.O. Box 432 St. Johnsbury, Vermont 05819 Northern Community Management Corporation This housing is available to all without regard to race, color, religion, or national origin. AVAILABLE DEC. 1-- 2- I",'[li[i_Al[l bedroom farmhouse located in East Corinth. Situated on 4 FREE-- 2 Acres of land 'n acres of land with 1 car Newbury, Vermont with the garage. $275 monthly. No purchase of 1 house and 2 utilitms, no pets. References barns for 85 percent more than required. For more in- the town's evaluation. Call 1- formation call 617-468-4970. 603-353-4848 2t--11-25--c 8T--I 2-30--- FAIRLEE, VT.-- apartment, 3 rooms plus hath Gaskitchen stove, refrig. Rent plus utilities. Security deposit. No more than two people. 802-333- 4326. 3t--I 2-9--c AVAILABLE FOR IM- MEDIATE occupancy. A one and a two bedroom apart- ment. Both with bath, wall to wall carpeting, kitchen ap- pliances. Heat, lights, hot water, gas, and rubbish removal included in rent. Securily deposit required. No children or pets in this well managed building. Mt. Gardner Apts., 43 Central St., Woodsville, N.H. Tel. 787-6280 or 77-6355. Edward C. Patten. 4--tf---c HOUSE FOR RENT-- Stately Newbury house well situated. 'Owner to retain two rooms. Minor stipulations to be fairly insisted upon. No cats. Reasonable. 802-866-5657 or 203-528-2238 lt--9-2-- SOUTH RYEGATE =24,900 m.ds r  b  p.  rt@* cd  cindy lie fnily bW last teed as 2 alrtrnts 13 roms ptus shed f siora,  ter, hot a him oil Can be sm amebas SAM DARIJII00 ItlAUeI 476-5333 Trow Hill, Barre Ill ,00FRINCONII INSURINCE ! George E. Quig Frank Corbett r  1 .603.823.55 55 F .raneonia, N.H. -: REALTOR _ MarLha H. Davis i r TOWN OF CORINTH PUBLIC HEARING _, + 00CLASSIFIED There will be a Proposed Use Hearing for Revenue Sharing fund on Wednesday, Dec. 16 at 8 P.M. at the Town Hall in Cookville. The Town expects to receive $13,726.00 in revenue sharing funds for period 13. The unused fund for 1981 is $1009.49. The public is invited to make oral or written suggestions regarding possible use of revenue sharing funds. Board of Selectmen Town of Corinth Recorded before posting Attest: J. Learmonth, Town Clerk TOWN OF CORINTH PUBLIC HEARING At the request of a number of residents, there will be an informal meeting to discuss the town roads on Wednesday, Dec. 16 following the proposed use hearing for revenue sharing funds. By state law, a road commissioner can only be elected at an annual meeting and noting if that takes place at this meeting, it can he binding upon the Selectmen. Corinth Selectmen PROPOSED STATE REGULATIONS EXPLANATION FOR CITIZENS By law, every proposed reguiatlon must be pubdied in en abbreviated notice form on a weekly basis in selected newspapers in the state. The purpose of publishing these regulations is to give you a chance to respond, orally or in writing. The low else says the agency mum hold a lblic hearing on o proposed regulation if 25 perso or an ossecintlan having at laost 2S requests it in writing. To get o copy of a rule or make sueestinm to the a llency, call or writa the contact person fisted below for ouch regulation. You con rosa moga cant'heats to the Legislative Committee which reviews rngulatlons by ontectine the Committee on Administrative Rules, State House, Montpolier, VT 05602 (telephone: 828- 223t ). You may also write to the Secretory of Stato, 109 State Street, Pavilion Building, Montpelier, VT 0S602, or call thls o(ice toll free at 1-800-642-$I 5S. PHARMACY CO-PAYMENT Vermont Proposed Rule 81 -P! 04 AGENCY: Social Welfare FOR FURTHER INFORNTION CONTACT: James Barre, Assistant Medicaid Director, Social Welfare Depart- II -- "l()R SALE-- Mobile Home. 12x65 Detroiter, 3 bedrooms. 12x16 closed-in porch. Set up for wood beat. Kitchen stove, refrigerator included. $5800. 603-787-6640. 4t--12-9-- MOBILE HOMES-- Several homes all set up in quiet mobile home park in Wood- sville. Comfortable, clean and very inexpensive. Owner financing available 603-747- 3335. 4t--12-9.--- MOBILE HOMES-- Best winter specials ever on all new and used 8', 10', 12' and 14' wide mobile homes. Secial price new 14' wide pitched roof, 2 bedroom and furnished only $13,000..Special 12' x 60' reconditioned, 3 bedroom, new carpet, furnished $6,495. Extra clean, 12' wide, 2 bedroom $5,995. furnished. Mitch's Mobile Homes, Rt. 10, Woodsville, NH. 603-747-3376. 4t---12-9---C $1,500 DOWN; 2 full bathrooms, one with a huge garden tub, 3 big bedrooms, bow window, all furnished, del. and set up. Sale priced at $14,995. or $1,4)0 down and 144 at $249. APR 19.90 percent Note $55,856. Closed Wed. Open Sundays. Fairlane Mobile Homes, Rt. 3 Tilton, NH. 1t--12-2--c WANTED HEAD LIBRARIAN WOODSVILLE LIBRARY, WOODSVILLE, N.H. 3 days per week, approx. 15 hours total Send resume to: Box 71 Woodsville, N.H, 03785 WANTED--- Old or Antique Fishing Equipment and oldor used boors on hunting or fis li g. Maccals Antique Sol )r Fairlee, VL. 802-353- 92l ) f--8-19--c WANTED-- Used or old decoys, old books on hunting and fishing. Write Box 454, Bradford, Vt. 05033. Tf--nc anytime, tf--i l-ll-- GREEN FIREWOOD $6500 cord. 14", 16" 18" 20" & 24" lengths, split. Ralph A. Emerson, 802-584-3662. 8T--I 2-23---- . WANTED-- Littleton Boy $495 DOWN-- Viceroy 12 wide ....... com troop zo needs 3 bedr., clean and furnlsbed ........ Cooh "-ri"e ca aa ,,, e9 d"wn unliorms and rope. r'lease call _,  _", ,,,'r'";,Z,.'r'_7^',^_ Scout Master John Pilgrim new and used homes on ""-'"""" or ,-,-,-o. ,--,- display.) APR 21 _percent Note 25--no $7,320 Citation Mobile Homes, -- .... - ......... "lOll" PRICED PAID -- For old Rt 12 Charlestown, Nn az- item ..... s. vurnl[ure. DOOKS, 5118. IT--12-2--- trunks, miscellaneous, . household, attic and garage items. Brock Noye. Box 245, 1 1 =l[etF,_l I kl [O]i 1[[14  Fairlee, V t. 2t--12-2--p $ltnetvlimom " WANTED--- En i " g ne to ht 1976 NOnCltOCnmOm Suharu Mugt h "- ^^ DISTRICT OF Bradford, SS ..... To the Creditors of the Estate of runn!ng condition and inex- Chades Pike late of Fairlee, VS., pensive. Call 802-222-9028 Personals HO, Love you Always - Weasel - [AIl I I iill I@l'[q/ KmrENS-- n00 to $125. CFA litter registered. Barre, Vt. A nice Cristmas gift. 1-802-479.9768. 8T12- 23--- PURE BRED SHIH TZU -- Puppy $50. Call after 5 p.m. 802-222-9370. 4T--I l-2&---p deceased. Morton H. Boyd of East Theffonl, Vt. hereby states that he has been polated o personal representative of the above estate. All creditors hvlag cmims against the above estate  required to present the claim in writing within four months after the date of the first publication hereof to the above personal representative at the above address or to the Register of the Probate Court at Wells River, Vermont, or sold claim will be forever barred. Doted at Theffl this 24th day of Stitchers and WANTED-- stitcher trainees. We have immediate openings for ex- perienced stitchers and inexperienced persons who are interested in learning to stitch. Apply Emgee Inc, Chelsea, Vt. 802-685-7722. 4- 15--tf--c MENTAL HEALTH CENTER is recruiting for an area manager m Springfield, Vermont This is an ad- ministrative-clinical position with a salary in the low 20's and excellent fringe benefits. Applicants must have an MgW; a Clinical Psychology or Psychiatric Nursing degree;" post graduate ex- perience in mental health and 3 years of administrative experience. Send resumes to Frank Compton, Director oz Mental Health, MHSSV, 19 Westminster Terrace, Bellows Falls, Vt.05101. 2t--12-9---- 1-YR.-OLD (used very few hours) 25-inch R.C.A. Color T.V. Console. $800 new. Asking $500. Call 802-222-4706 or 222- 4791. 2t--12-9---C FOR SALE-- Electric Snowblower, 3 HP, practically new. Cord included. Ideal for small yard. 2t--12.2--p ell-built home consists of an A-frame and a - -- November, 1981.  addition; has 3 bedrooms, heafilator REAL ESTATE '69 TOYOTA LAND ment, 103 South Main Street, Waterbury, VT 0.5676. MertonH. oyd - -- CRUISER- Runs excellent. Phone: 241-2880. Peni|elm;ndmWt CAR POOIr- Ride wanted. WOOL YARN-- 4 oz. skeins- natural light color, $2.50- full insulation, septic system, well with At Thetford Pharmacy Many extra parts. $1,550 3.12/-9-1 Bradford to Hanover daily, skein. Nat'lDark,$.50-skein, 2112  stove beat plus electric backup. In a East Thetford, Vt. 05043 Firm. Call 802-333-9521or9254. ANFC - IMPLEMENTATION OF OMNIBUS LeaveBradfordatT45a m -- .... :_^: call (102) ,39-5874 2t---12-2--p -72 Wooded area, yet accessable by year-round (802) 785-2849 4T--12-:--c  remrn:p.m. 02-222-b2I--- -i , ;.. " , .0e$39, 000. Member.Vt.-N00H, MLS ; BU00I00[00100.,tLtAT!0N00T00 1981 -mice, weal.levi Ext. 00,9,.FO . sA00- (l) 00x,o $ i! ';" CORINTHHOMESITE ' :" Vermonl0sedRoleSl-Pl05 -nt,,,m,,,,  .... * E.ga#rt;; 511 flr; Ca ..', a cellar hole, septic system, and gravity i -. _ ',,'ci'.ss. WANTED-- Someone to car canged t.o wood,. Stainless i---]Jly located on a year_round gravel road.  . ________). , AGENCY: Social Welfare ott.stmot cour pool or share expenses from steel front pan. $1,200" _ _.,wer about 800 feet distant; lumber and FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: H. Kenaston ClVlL'TIOS radford to Hanover N H $1,000 without oil burner 'DE _'Yll the 12 acres of wooded land; 2 acres of Twitchell, ANFC Consultant, Social Welfare Depart- a0CrNO.Sllll-llO ,__. .... m return'6 -'m" FIRM (1) LP Gas stove IN I= I$1rAII OF ,..tvu K o t. . p. . " " ers [111:$14,000. ment, 103 South Main StreeL Waterbury, v'r 05676. - aRt mu Monday Tuesday, Friday $75.00. 802-222-4506. 4t--12- Yety.   oil-fired" hot air furnace plus two wood lrNesi!i; ;Cope tieIymaul;:h Onmeve inra - ':" "f H '' 't " ' "'    "\\; f '/,///J)'X -  Phone: 241-2805. . 0R FOR IJLtOTlON SERVICE BY Sa 2t--ll-25--p SurdS),. Call 802-222-9028.' 16--P idrms' 2 baths' many fine features" Small . Sli. arbush and sugar house, old barn, and :__ iintal0 Lrn used for two-car garage and storage.  tttowamoFwat l; Ithern exposure' privacy' and lvely views' 1 i<  kk\\;l/Tk.- . STArt M V/lOSt replaced by polyvinyl chloride m mE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF {im productions. But Tin Pan t.N =,^o,,=,mm=T.= Alley remains a synonym for "07ICTO--' the popular song industry and To the hoi at low d oil psons /-f- .,Ml' "--- -- its verse-chorus style of song ttsr td ikm. d: "--------'    - which persisted for well over a you are-iified that 0 inen il. "---...  ___,., "---- ___fhal _.a century, until rock n' .rail sn.t, dated September. 20, 1977., ane -.. a exploded onto the mus,cal PYm  id * " d, landscape. Just the same, at somed to the eote C  least one Tin Pan Alley theme srt d o by C,n . , Ira., 00nly a Paper Tune survwe ........... r= " .,haptition--stingnoltlof..ton h heen " i. rust... . _, The hourinll In 1884, Jennie Lmusay nau ,,ed for the 21st  of t,,, +  hit ollpd "A|WftVS Take 191llot11:1SA.M. at the Probate Coort, " "':" "':7. .'/='._. the wolh live Vermont. You me t qor Beatles sang: (Follow the me,Vthoidinme..,. Th was certainly no lack of operator, a 1 tough test for the through the 1960s, that gold- Motners Aortae. in tm tom end tre to show cmdr. if any yoe [ Ie w oers of the new techno ogy. silver-blue-polkadot-crazy- " ..... '"" b"ll (c)  bo allowed = me tat, w,la ,,.v. .... e " -- .... Thstamenf of the decened. i ild-e_ ephne' The American public, en- marshmallow-old-devil-paper L, lit up your nearts ano sing ttnd ts lSth day of No,, I. Il,hther " automobile, chanted with flying heroes and moon was the clear popularity me a song 1981. to buy two phonograph, ight 200. Papa radio and ,ll that, as a tures--were developed and pA, Young Jerome came into use in the dynamic '_^dl an excellent half-century between 1876 and CUVlwboat" and a 1926. i[tvrn hits proved "Hello Central, Give Me . best. Heaven," one of the first t in America telephone songs, published in Itme sheet music 1901, was a heart-wrenching i:Home, mother, ballad based on a newspaper every current account of a little girl who as well were tried to call her dead mother Vausical mills in heaven via the telephone AUCTION inviting Josephine aloft was sung by Public enchanted by the idea of air talking pic- the idea of air travel, made winner for celestial song That was a hit before your "Come, Josephine, in My Flying Machine" a big hit in 1910. More than 100 songs were written in honor of Charles Lindbergh's New York to Paris flight of May 1927, but only one (in Yiddish) was written for Charles Levine who, fortified by 10 chicken sandwiches on toasted rye and two bottles of clpicken soup, followed Lindbergh with a 4,100-mile flight across the Atlantic two weeks later. He missed his destination, Berlin, by only 110 miles. In 1928, Tin Pan Alley composers sang a hymn to the sexy new Ford. "Henry's Made a Lady out of Lizzie" reminded the public that the "Tin Lizzie' '--which you could get, said Mr. Ford, in any color as long as the color was black--had come a long way, baby. Popular songs in America, as in any land, chronicle events of national significance and express personal and communal emotion. They are a gift at times of celebration. No wonder, then, that the Smithsonian Institution, the world's largest museum complex, fills its halls throughout the year with the sound of music. This year, during the National Air and Space Museum's Fifth Anniversary Celebration, a concert featured some Tin Pan Alley gifts. The Smithsonian's Division of Performing Arts discovered a galaxy of songs which used cosmic beauties as stage props. The Division's research revealed that from the 19208 Is Rene N. Vilneou titles. Made of paper though it was, that Tin Pan Alley moon shone brightly for a long time. The Alley has ceased to exist as a particular New York street. The music business is still in New York, but also thrives in Los Angeles, Nash- (c) All lyrics copyright for the ville, Detroit and other cities, world by Northern Songs Ltd. Paper tunes have been England Mother was born 3T-11/2S-1212-9 Though she was born a long long time ago Your Mother should II ff1IlO[t]il [I know--your Mother should know" I1o nLtmm ox AILLOWAI Of WILL STAll OF VllIONT IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF i S. OBATE COURT FOR THE m 1 0 o E t, -n g m ! z i U) A sentimental ballad of 1901, this early Tin Pan Alley hit was one of the first "telephone" songs. DISTRICT OF I1 To the heirs at low end all persons interested in the Estate of Edna H. Hebb, tale of Newbory, in said District, dcensedt You are notified that o wrien in- strmnent dated Septembor 20. 1977, and purporting to be the Lint Wil and Teslameat of said deceased hm been This mattor come before the Court ons, vicBdmre Smith's Motion for en Ord by Publication. Whereas Burbere Smith, as od- ministmtrix of the estate of her decensod daughter, Sharon L. Betl, has sottiod a claim for the wronlful death of Sharon L. Ws Badmm Smith ho qliod to this Court }or on eIor to distribute the proceeds of the settlement; end Whorens the Sattlenlent fig;x1 wm $20,000.00 and Whereas Hunfley Blaire Boll wm the fothor of Shoran t. lie|, and aS her next of kin, ny have stend to make claim for some or all of tbe proceads of me settlement; end Wheos the address of Honfley Binlre Doll is onknev; and Wherous the Stmrs issued in this cause rm Hmllq Bloire 1 te rve upon Otormen end Allen, P.C, Plaintiff's Attorneys, whose address is Box 347, Bradford, Vermont 05033 an oppmmnce and answer to the application within twenty (20) dew of*or sorvice is tnlated and that in case of htlure to do so, judgment by dafoult will be taken ginst HonO moire bfl for the reiof damded. The Summem further requires that Htmtiet Blail Dell must fib his amwor with abe Court, ondhe must state as a counterclaim, any related claim whkh he m hove against the oppront, or he will therenftor be barred from nklag any such claim in era/other future action. NOW 1MEREFORE IT IS ORDERED, that this order be puldishod once a weak in the Jotrnol Oplolen, o nempoper pblhhecl at Bradford, V='mont end of ge,'ol cir- colation in the County of Onmge, for thren ilzlssive weeks beginnin on the first Wedn,doy hAowin0 the date of this ordev. Service by pubkotlan  be complete on the 21st day oflor the lest pNiion. Dated at Chetmo, in *he Cm of Orange and State of Vermont end Ste of Vermont this 20th day of November, 1981. L. E. Sffinger, Jr. Burton W. Slxenor Jackson T. We j, Orp Swedwcn 3T-11/25-1212-9 presented to the Probate Court for the District of Bradford by Gavin A. Reid, ehe..th o .,,ion .,,ing ,ate /t lllhliil It/I [1 The headnll thereon has en HI ISTAll OF scheduled for the 21st day of Decemm, 1981 at 11,00 A.M. at the Probate Court, Wells River, Vmmont. You my then and there to  cse, ita,/y my have, why the se,d mstrume_..simms not be oBuwed as the Lest wm onu Testomeat of the deceased. Dated this tilth day of November, 1981. Isl Rene N. Vigne 31'-11/25-1212-9 VA INFORMATION Q -- I've heard a let recently about something called Agent Orange. What is It? A -- Agent Orange, so named because it was shipped to Vietnam in orange striped barrels, was a chemical defoliant used to uncover enemy hiding places and to destroy Viet Cong food crops. It was made up of two chemicals, 2, 4-D and 2, 4, 5-T which have been used widely throughout the world since the 1940s by farmers, foresters and homeowners to kill un- wanted vegetation. bll I IIm STATI Of I PROATE COURT DISTRICT OF Bradford, ss. To oH interested persons: Whoreas, epScation hm been mode by the guardian of Knox G. Henderson, of Ntwhory for licme tO sell the reel estatl of mid word, d,#crlbed as bng the Hendersen home form on Tovm Roed No. 26 in Newbury, Vermont consisting of 190 acres, more or less, which is mace por- tklarly ribod in Boek 39, I 170 of the Lend Records of the Town of Ne mdlllsl represoMing that the sole thereof would be beneficial for said word. WHEREUPON, this Court has esClned the 21st  of December, 1981 at 11 ..30 o'clock in the forenoon ot the Probate Office, in Wels River to hear  decide pu n said application, end ordored that notice thenf be given to am. ISOnS intecested therein, by  ttmt oraor three weeks successively i the Jlmmml Opillea, 0 nemlmpor pdditJled at Drodford, in sold District, which circulates in the iohberheed of those Ire'sore interested wein; II which lIMiatlam be previous to tho tlme ted for the hd, you ore herolW notified o orator before said Court, at the time end =e ofonm, m  to the roat of such license, if you see ause. elnl INOFI MI' ItMI at WaRs River In said Disfct, this lllth day of November, 1981. Isl RenaN. V= 3T-I 112S-12/2-9 IIlP IS 1NtElC IINITI HAMMOND SPINET ORGAN '-- Double Keyboard Model L- 100 Exc. condition. Come and ay it Asking $525. Richard . Pike, Warren, N. H. 603- 764-9974.4t--12-16--p OFFSET PRESS--- AB Dick. Model 326 Prints up to 8k x 14" sheet with counter and other controls. The press comes with a supply cabinet which is used as a stand for the press. It also has a plate- holder cabinet. A good prin- ting press. $850. Firm. Call before 5 p.m. 802-222-5281. tf--ll-18--p OPENING SOON-- Van Witten Dog Boarding Service. Reasonable rates, heated kennels, individual runs, stereo music. Gisela Clogston, West Corinth. 802-439-6261. 4t--12-9---p SNOW PLOWING-- NOW cbeduling snow plowing in radford area. If interested call 802-222-5735, 802-222-5750 or 802-222-4590. Leave message and will return call. 8t--9-----c [I I I I I .0000U,.00TION As I am discontinuing farming, I will sell the following at Public Auction at my farm, located just off Route 12 in Brookfield, VS. Watch for Auction signs. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3 STARTING AT II A.M. SHARP 41 HEAD HOLSTEINS & JERSEYS Consisting of: 7 fresh in Sept., 6 fresh in Oct., 2 fresh in Nov., 2 due Dec., 2 due Feb., I due April, 4 yearlings, 3 started calves. Balance of cattle in all stages of lactation. Quite a number of these are ready to breed back now and with good feed they will milk Cattle T.B., blood tested, nasal innoculated and checked for pregnancy before time of sale FARM MACHINERY M.F. 285 diesel tractor with cab, Ford 5000 tractor w- bucket & cab, Int. 212 diesel tractor, M.F. 12 baler w- kicker, Gehl forage box, bale buncher, J.D. flail chopper, M.F. 10' transport harrow, M.F. 2 row corn planter, Badger model 2000 chopper w- both heads, Ford 3 pt. hitch rake, Ford 3 bottom plow, 3 pt. hitch BriUiou seeder, 3 pt. hitch scraper blade, J.D. 3 bottom plow, 5 ft. Bush HOg, dump trailer, Lely tedder, Ford 535 9' mower conditioner, 4 wheel kicker wagon, 9 T. grain bin, M.F.H.P. garden tractor, w-mower, plus some small tools. TERMS CASH OR GOOD CHECK LUNCH ON GROUNDS OWNER: WALTER MUGFORD, BROOKFIELD, VT. AUCTIONEERS: C. W. GRAY & SINC! INC. EAffr THETFORD, VT. 785-4348 or 78'2161 R. & D. LUSSIER LYNDONVILLE, VT. 826.$448 .............. I II