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December 8, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 5 I MMI IIIII IMII MIMI MIB MI LJM CLEANER  14 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE Cell Joe DePalo 1-603.448.3787 & SERVICE BAOS  SUPPLIES. LADDER GIFT SHOP & COUNTRY STORE 20% off All Items Storewide WEEKENDS UGH CHRISTMAS OPEN WEEKENDS, I0 TIt 5 I/4 Mile West of 1-91 Route 302 Wells River, Vt. Subaru 4WDs You Through The Winter! Haverhill District Court news Estes 00,uiltv of theft WOODSVILLE-- Recent Nelly was also found guilty matters coming before the of failure to appear at the Haverhill District Court with Justices Karl T. Bruckner and Timothy J. McKenna presiding, included: Ervine Aiken of Lyndonville, who was recently found guilty of driving while intoxicated, in that he did operate his Ford pickup truck on River Road in Bath. He was fined $220 and his license suspended for a term of 60 days. Judge Bruckner recently issued a bench warrant or- dering the arrest of Randall O. Gibson of Pike. The document indicated Randall had failed to pay a fine as ordered by the court. He was subsequently Haverhill District Court to answer the non-inspection charge. The Windsor resident %as found guilty and fined $110 and committed to the House of Correction for 30 days. The commitment was suspended upon payment of the fine. Nathan D. Hill, of Croton last week was found guilty of driving while intoxicated, a second offense. He operated his vehicle on Route 112 in Bath. He had previously been convicted of DWI in Haverhill in 1976. Hill was fined a total of $385. He was also committed to the arrested inWoodsville. House of Correction for six --  months with all but seven.days Albion Estes of Central being suspended. Hill lost his street in Woodsville was found license to operate for three guilty of theft, in that he did years and was placed on purposely obtain $487, which probation for a period of one belonged to Daniel Aldrich of year. WoodsviUe. Justice Bruckner suggested The complaint said Estes that Hill complete an alcohol attempted to deprive Aldrich rehabilitation program. of the money after accepting a check in that amount for In anover DWI case, Bruce payment in full for a Win- chester Commemorative Rifle, caliber 32-40. He created a false impression which he did not correct, and which he did not believe to be true. Estes also failed to deliver the rifle or refund the money, the complaint stated. Estes, who operates The Armory, on Central street in Woodsville, was fined $100 and Liveston of Lisbon appealed Woodsville while under the his guilty finding to Superior influence. Court after he was found Liveston was fined a total of guilty of driving while in- $385 and committed to the toxicated, second offense, in House of Correction for seven that he drove his Plymouth days. He also lost his license Horizon on Route 135 in for three years. THERE I$ AH ALTERNATIVE! For Innovative Banking With A , "Perso" eT0uch Caledonia National Bank Danville, VT. (Est: 1825) CALL GRAHAM BLAKE 802-222-5569 • o o,,,m •  o • o o o O m.o o o A&W | ARTESIAN WELL CO. ince 1930 Box 176, Leben(m, N.H. 1402.295-5112 oo oo oo,00Z'o00Z'#4, ooo, le & Don OFFER YOU FULL SERVICE AT DOll'S MOBIL FAIRLEE, VERMONT 802-333-4360 SPECIALS,o,,00, M0,00 OF DECEMBER OIL UNDER COATING ............................ $25.00 CHAIN SAW SHARPENING ........................ $3.00 TIRE STUDDING .................................. s7.0o FRONT END ALIGNMENT ........................ $16.00 WE WILL MOUNT AND BALANCE YOUR SNOW TIRES .............................................. $9.99 LURE & OIL CHANGE .............................. $9.99 FILTER ........................................ .... $6.99 =r ENGINE HEATERS [Tank Style ] INSTALLED ..... $55)95)  WE ACCEPT 'ALL MAJOR OIL 4)' COMPANY CREDIT CARDS O PRESENTS TWO.WEEK PRIME TIME NETWORK TV ****** ports, OVll}$00,a,s placed on probation for one year. He received a con- : NBCTELEVISION NETWORK PROGRAMS SUBJECT TO CHANGE. ] I Illl4llllllgmB I fumbre)" as they are hosted by the : ditional discharge of the : 9-11PM CBS (8Central/Mountain) 11PM CBS (SCentral/Mountain) lands in East Rutherford. matter, provided restitution of New Jersey Giants at The Meadow- : : BiLE-- breezy romantic comedy with Valerie I:30PM-? NBC /CHANNEL 31 : recommended by the NCAA BASKETBALL. The Fighting probatmn department Subaru 4WD Bonanza • . : 9-11PM ARC (8Central/Mountain) Bertinelli asbachelor girt Kate Tos- Illini of Illinois invade the sacred :GL Wa(Ion beioe $2995 Justice McKenna found : DON'T GO TO SLEEP. A family is coni, a Chicago magazine writer, domain of the Kentucky. Wildcats ...... pulled to the very edge of insanity   Rupp Arena in Lexington, Kentucky• ' : -1 : --- -  ' .................. ,,,,,,,,, " Clint Nelly guilty of failure to : whe-their eldest daughter returns 9-11PM CBS (8CentraiiMountain) 4PM.? NBC /CFIANNEL 31 ULWagongreen ................... ;b/O5, have his motor vehicle in-  from thegraveandtriestotakethem -lVllk. IRg£NEY I"30PM-?NBC/CHANNEL3] I I. UL Wagon gold .................... $2995. spected as required by law. : back with her.., one at a time! sanNFLDiegoFOOTBALL'chargers 1110movePaSS-happYupstate to downNFL/AFC' The New York Jets streamto,Miami to bomb the Dolphins. I I]F" (L .......... The offense, commited in 1980, t  SAT., DEC. 11 IAY'S take on the World Champion San , wagon sver ................... OUUO, resulted in a fine to Nelly of 9-11PM CBS (8Central/Mountain) Francisco '49ere in an inter-confer- 3:)PM;? NBC /CHANNEL 3] '1 t 0LWagon red ..................... $1495. $37.50. CRYFORTHE   NCAABASKETBALL lowaatUCLA ] . STRANGERS. . G ter ....  ence meeting. presentation of , :! 3:30PM-? CBS (2:30Cont./Mount.) 4PM-? CBS (3Central/Mountain) I M, 0LWag0n yellow ....... $2995.  ,hostly  the Peabody ; NCAA BASKETBALL., Check Ioca/ NFLIInterconfemllce. It will almost /" Brat with cap yellow ........ ' ...... $3695. apparitions  CHILD Award-winning stationforgame{s) telecast in your seemlikeah°mec°mingas the Rams l  I)L W ......... BLOOD DRAWING urk on  drama which   viewing area,.. Houston versus Syra- return to LOS Angeles, the city whose J ; G"" ag0n yellow .................... $495. HAVERHILL-- The Haverhill storm-tossed garnered an  cuse from the Carrier Dome in New name they still (however inappropri- t I- L urat with cap yellow ............. $6495. Chapter of the American Red beaches at GENA ROWLNDS Emmy for die pro York, or USC versus Iowa. ately) bear though they fled south to /: ' night a Anaheim. Awaiting them in the huge | . ContactBillCarminati, RussSumner Cross will have a blood visitors, --,:,- DON MURRAY MickeyRooneyin SUN. DEC, 12 expanses of the Coliseum will be the l M,. ,, ,,, a.,A ..... urawing at the Armory on t ---- the title role of  12:30PM-? CBS (11:30AMCentJMt.) new tenants, the  | v.  ,-,,,u.ov,, Thur d • s ay, Dec. gfroml2:30to  Bill Sackter. NFL:Regionaltelecastsstartingat... Los Angeles (nee  . [r : Mon.--Fri. 8am--6pm; Sat. 9am--3pm 5:30p.m. Oakland)  ..... /M- Anytime by App0intment. -  9-11PM CBS (8 Central/Mountain) iPM NYT: Detroit at Green Bay  DEADLY ENCOUNTER. Larry Hag- Tampa Bay at N.Y. Jets Raiders i man is a helicopter pilot whose Washington at St. Louis Pacific Northwest's scenic hamlet of efforts to help out an old flame turn 4PM NYT: Chicago at Seattle NEWSON Clark's Harbor often stay forever.., into high adventure. With Susan New Orleans at Atlanta : Anspach. James Gammon. Michael 12:30PM-? NBC/CHANNEL 3! A , II • IVJ |llll Ill| II ][1 WOODSVILLE Sherry and for a killer stalks among the squalls! G. Gwynne and some of the most mr_=| k I • |'| i • • • • i |lmbl Tom Fenn are proud parents ,, t - - - era new son, MichaelThomas. SUN., DEC. 12 -- excmng chopper,, PRO FOOTBALL DOUBLEHEADER He was born Oct. 28 at Mary 9-11PM NBC /CHANNEL 3] sequences ever' NFL: Regionattelecastsstartingat... filmed. High  1PM NYT: Baltimore at Minnesota Hitchcock Memorial Hospital. , voltage all the j!/ Pittsburgh at Buffalo Miami at New England --.- " Cleveland at Cincinnati "---'- FIRST 4PM NYT: Denver ,'t L.A Rams I', ===-,========,,,,---=,=,,=--=,=,===,,=== --==,,re,m,,=,,=,,,.,,,=,,, am,, L.A. Raiders at Kansas City NFL: Regional telecasts starting at .... ; eade r Su00ey sm • 1PM NYT: Buffalo at Tampa Bay M. DEADLY .oo,,oo at Philadelphia t- Pittsburgh at Cleveland 4PM NYT: Kansas City at Denver : "1 think the nature of man Is to be ag- New England at Seattle 12 1 gresslva and football Is a violent 12:30PM-? CBS (11:30AM Cent./Mt.) , game. But I think the very violence Is one of the great things about the NFL: Regional telecasts starting at...  game, becausa a man hss to lesm 1PM NYT: New Jersey at Washington control. Ha Is going to go.In to knock ' I liked the most in the Journal Opinion " eek was omabody's block off, ,,no yet he must Minnesota at Detroit . keep s rein on It. I can't think of any MON,, DEC 13 -II St. Louis at Chicago SINATRA "11PM NBC /CHANNEL3] otherpla, thetdemsndssuchdlscl. THE MEMBER OF THE WEDDINO. pllne.' - VNCE LOMBAOL NFL Coac 9PM-? ARC (8 Central/Mountain) 2PM NYT; Green Bay at Baltimore Tony Award Winner Pearl Bailey in ...............  NFL FOOTBALL: The eyes of the 4PMNYT: New Orleans at Dallas the role (originally created by Ethel nation are on Texas as the powerful 9PM-? ABC (8Central/Mountain) Waters on Broadway) as the compas- 12:30PM.? CBS (11:30 Cent./Mount.) Dallas Cowboys with fleet halfback NFL FOOTBALL. The Atlanta Fal- DU NAWAY sionate cook in the household of a NFL FOOTBALL. The Philadelphia Tony Dorsett ride that lonesome trail cons soar headlong into San Francis- southern widower with two young- Eagles revisit the scene of 1978's across the Lone Star State to round co in an attempt to strike it rich with I liked least this week was stere. "most incredible play call (and up the Houston Oilers. the Super Bowl Champion '49ere. TUES.. DEC. 21 FRI.. DEC. 10 SAT., DEC. 11 SUN., DEC. ]2 SAT., DEC. 18 SUN., DEC. 12 SUN., DEC. 19 MON., DEC 13 SAT., )EC. 11 items appearing in the Journal Opinion are ones I like like: SEEK GAME t ?I-I FUNNIES LIKE DISLIKE 3PE ASTROLOGY ' LIFE ON THE FARM ' OVER THE RIVER NE: NORTHCOUNTRY AND COURT NEWS ' CROSSWORD PUZZLE OORS COLUMN like to see more of Lo see less of X Thank You! ! t this READER SURVEY and mail to: Editor, Journal Opinion Main Street, Bradford, VT. 05033. Thank you for taking the to reply to this survey. We continually tabulate reader comments )tan future issues around the likes and dislikes of the readership. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 16 2:00 PM TV CF CF MGM Starring: Leslie Caron, Maurice Chevalier and Louis Jourdan SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11: SPORTS SPECI'ACULARI Live from the Capitol Center in Land0ver, Maryland. The most eagerly.awaited battle in collegiate sports! GEORGETOWN vs. VIRGINIA 8:00PM }t }i- q. }I- }i- }l- }i- t }l- r }i- }i- }i- X- }t X, }i- }+ }i- }I-. }i- }t }+ li- }f }t )t )t X. )i, December 8, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 5 I MMI IIIII IMII MIMI MIB MI LJM CLEANER  14 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE Cell Joe DePalo 1-603.448.3787 & SERVICE BAOS  SUPPLIES. LADDER GIFT SHOP & COUNTRY STORE 20% off All Items Storewide WEEKENDS UGH CHRISTMAS OPEN WEEKENDS, I0 TIt 5 I/4 Mile West of 1-91 Route 302 Wells River, Vt. Subaru 4WDs You Through The Winter! Haverhill District Court news Estes 00,uiltv of theft WOODSVILLE-- Recent Nelly was also found guilty matters coming before the of failure to appear at the Haverhill District Court with Justices Karl T. Bruckner and Timothy J. McKenna presiding, included: Ervine Aiken of Lyndonville, who was recently found guilty of driving while intoxicated, in that he did operate his Ford pickup truck on River Road in Bath. He was fined $220 and his license suspended for a term of 60 days. Judge Bruckner recently issued a bench warrant or- dering the arrest of Randall O. Gibson of Pike. The document indicated Randall had failed to pay a fine as ordered by the court. He was subsequently Haverhill District Court to answer the non-inspection charge. The Windsor resident %as found guilty and fined $110 and committed to the House of Correction for 30 days. The commitment was suspended upon payment of the fine. Nathan D. Hill, of Croton last week was found guilty of driving while intoxicated, a second offense. He operated his vehicle on Route 112 in Bath. He had previously been convicted of DWI in Haverhill in 1976. Hill was fined a total of $385. He was also committed to the arrested inWoodsville. House of Correction for six --  months with all but seven.days Albion Estes of Central being suspended. Hill lost his street in Woodsville was found license to operate for three guilty of theft, in that he did years and was placed on purposely obtain $487, which probation for a period of one belonged to Daniel Aldrich of year. WoodsviUe. Justice Bruckner suggested The complaint said Estes that Hill complete an alcohol attempted to deprive Aldrich rehabilitation program. of the money after accepting a check in that amount for In anover DWI case, Bruce payment in full for a Win- chester Commemorative Rifle, caliber 32-40. He created a false impression which he did not correct, and which he did not believe to be true. Estes also failed to deliver the rifle or refund the money, the complaint stated. Estes, who operates The Armory, on Central street in Woodsville, was fined $100 and Liveston of Lisbon appealed Woodsville while under the his guilty finding to Superior influence. Court after he was found Liveston was fined a total of guilty of driving while in- $385 and committed to the toxicated, second offense, in House of Correction for seven that he drove his Plymouth days. He also lost his license Horizon on Route 135 in for three years. THERE I$ AH ALTERNATIVE! For Innovative Banking With A , "Perso" eT0uch Caledonia National Bank Danville, VT. (Est: 1825) CALL GRAHAM BLAKE 802-222-5569 • o o,,,m •  o • o o o O m.o o o A&W | ARTESIAN WELL CO. ince 1930 Box 176, Leben(m, N.H. 1402.295-5112 oo oo oo,00Z'o00Z'#4, ooo, le & Don OFFER YOU FULL SERVICE AT DOll'S MOBIL FAIRLEE, VERMONT 802-333-4360 SPECIALS,o,,00, M0,00 OF DECEMBER OIL UNDER COATING ............................ $25.00 CHAIN SAW SHARPENING ........................ $3.00 TIRE STUDDING .................................. s7.0o FRONT END ALIGNMENT ........................ $16.00 WE WILL MOUNT AND BALANCE YOUR SNOW TIRES .............................................. $9.99 LURE & OIL CHANGE .............................. $9.99 FILTER ........................................ .... $6.99 =r ENGINE HEATERS [Tank Style ] INSTALLED ..... $55)95)  WE ACCEPT 'ALL MAJOR OIL 4)' COMPANY CREDIT CARDS O PRESENTS TWO.WEEK PRIME TIME NETWORK TV ****** ports, OVll}$00,a,s placed on probation for one year. He received a con- : NBCTELEVISION NETWORK PROGRAMS SUBJECT TO CHANGE. ] I Illl4llllllgmB I fumbre)" as they are hosted by the : ditional discharge of the : 9-11PM CBS (8Central/Mountain) 11PM CBS (SCentral/Mountain) lands in East Rutherford. matter, provided restitution of New Jersey Giants at The Meadow- : : BiLE-- breezy romantic comedy with Valerie I:30PM-? NBC /CHANNEL 31 : recommended by the NCAA BASKETBALL. The Fighting probatmn department Subaru 4WD Bonanza • . : 9-11PM ARC (8Central/Mountain) Bertinelli asbachelor girt Kate Tos- Illini of Illinois invade the sacred :GL Wa(Ion beioe $2995 Justice McKenna found : DON'T GO TO SLEEP. A family is coni, a Chicago magazine writer, domain of the Kentucky. Wildcats ...... pulled to the very edge of insanity   Rupp Arena in Lexington, Kentucky• ' : -1 : --- -  ' .................. ,,,,,,,,, " Clint Nelly guilty of failure to : whe-their eldest daughter returns 9-11PM CBS (8CentraiiMountain) 4PM.? NBC /CFIANNEL 31 ULWagongreen ................... ;b/O5, have his motor vehicle in-  from thegraveandtriestotakethem -lVllk. IRg£NEY I"30PM-?NBC/CHANNEL3] I I. UL Wagon gold .................... $2995. spected as required by law. : back with her.., one at a time! sanNFLDiegoFOOTBALL'chargers 1110movePaSS-happYupstate to downNFL/AFC' The New York Jets streamto,Miami to bomb the Dolphins. I I]F" (L .......... The offense, commited in 1980, t  SAT., DEC. 11 IAY'S take on the World Champion San , wagon sver ................... OUUO, resulted in a fine to Nelly of 9-11PM CBS (8Central/Mountain) Francisco '49ere in an inter-confer- 3:)PM;? NBC /CHANNEL 3] '1 t 0LWagon red ..................... $1495. $37.50. CRYFORTHE   NCAABASKETBALL lowaatUCLA ] . STRANGERS. . G ter ....  ence meeting. presentation of , :! 3:30PM-? CBS (2:30Cont./Mount.) 4PM-? CBS (3Central/Mountain) I M, 0LWag0n yellow ....... $2995.  ,hostly  the Peabody ; NCAA BASKETBALL., Check Ioca/ NFLIInterconfemllce. It will almost /" Brat with cap yellow ........ ' ...... $3695. apparitions  CHILD Award-winning stationforgame{s) telecast in your seemlikeah°mec°mingas the Rams l  I)L W ......... BLOOD DRAWING urk on  drama which   viewing area,.. Houston versus Syra- return to LOS Angeles, the city whose J ; G"" ag0n yellow .................... $495. HAVERHILL-- The Haverhill storm-tossed garnered an  cuse from the Carrier Dome in New name they still (however inappropri- t I- L urat with cap yellow ............. $6495. Chapter of the American Red beaches at GENA ROWLNDS Emmy for die pro York, or USC versus Iowa. ately) bear though they fled south to /: ' night a Anaheim. Awaiting them in the huge | . ContactBillCarminati, RussSumner Cross will have a blood visitors, --,:,- DON MURRAY MickeyRooneyin SUN. DEC, 12 expanses of the Coliseum will be the l M,. ,, ,,, a.,A ..... urawing at the Armory on t ---- the title role of  12:30PM-? CBS (11:30AMCentJMt.) new tenants, the  | v.  ,-,,,u.ov,, Thur d • say, Dec. gfroml2:30to  Bill Sackter. NFL:Regionaltelecastsstartingat... Los Angeles (nee  . [r : Mon.--Fri. 8am--6pm; Sat. 9am--3pm 5:30p.m. Oakland)  ..... /M" Anytime by App0intment. -  9-11PM CBS (8 Central/Mountain) iPM NYT: Detroit at Green Bay  DEADLY ENCOUNTER. Larry Hag- Tampa Bay at N.Y. Jets Raiders i man is a helicopter pilot whose Washington at St. Louis Pacific Northwest's scenic hamlet of efforts to help out an old flame turn 4PM NYT: Chicago at Seattle NEWSON Clark's Harbor often stay forever.., into high adventure. With Susan New Orleans at Atlanta : Anspach. James Gammon. Michael 12:30PM-? NBC/CHANNEL 3! A , II • IVJ |llll Ill| II ][1 WOODSVILLE Sherry and for a killer stalks among the squalls! G. Gwynne and some of the most mr_=| k I • |'| i • • • • i |lmbl Tom Fenn are proud parents ,, t - - - era new son, MichaelThomas. SUN., DEC. 12 -- excmng chopper,, PRO FOOTBALL DOUBLEHEADER He was born Oct. 28 at Mary 9-11PM NBC /CHANNEL 3] sequences ever' NFL: Regionattelecastsstartingat... filmed. High  1PM NYT: Baltimore at Minnesota Hitchcock Memorial Hospital. , voltage all the j!/ Pittsburgh at Buffalo Miami at New England --.- " Cleveland at Cincinnati "---'- FIRST 4PM NYT: Denver ,'t L.A Rams I', ===-,========,,,,---=,=,,=--=,=,===,,=== --==,,re,m,,=,,=,,,.,,,=,,, am,, L.A. Raiders at Kansas City NFL: Regional telecasts starting at .... ; eade r Su00ey sm • 1PM NYT: Buffalo at Tampa Bay M. DEADLY .oo,,oo at Philadelphia t- Pittsburgh at Cleveland 4PM NYT: Kansas City at Denver : "1 think the nature of man Is to be ag- New England at Seattle 12 1 gresslva and football Is a violent 12:30PM-? CBS (11:30AM Cent./Mt.) , game. But I think the very violence Is one of the great things about the NFL: Regional telecasts starting at...  game, becausa a man hss to lesm 1PM NYT: New Jersey at Washington control. Ha Is going to go.In to knock ' I liked the most in the Journal Opinion " eek was omabody's block off, ,,no yet he must Minnesota at Detroit . keep s rein on It. I can't think of any MON,, DEC 13 -II St. Louis at Chicago SINATRA "11PM NBC /CHANNEL3] otherpla, thetdemsndssuchdlscl. THE MEMBER OF THE WEDDINO. pllne.' - VNCE LOMBAOL NFL Coac 9PM-? ARC (8 Central/Mountain) 2PM NYT; Green Bay at Baltimore Tony Award Winner Pearl Bailey in ...............  NFL FOOTBALL: The eyes of the 4PMNYT: New Orleans at Dallas the role (originally created by Ethel nation are on Texas as the powerful 9PM-? ABC (8Central/Mountain) Waters on Broadway) as the compas- 12:30PM.? CBS (11:30 Cent./Mount.) Dallas Cowboys with fleet halfback NFL FOOTBALL. The Atlanta Fal- DU NAWAY sionate cook in the household of a NFL FOOTBALL. The Philadelphia Tony Dorsett ride that lonesome trail cons soar headlong into San Francis- southern widower with two young- Eagles revisit the scene of 1978's across the Lone Star State to round co in an attempt to strike it rich with I liked least this week was stere. "most incredible play call (and up the Houston Oilers. the Super Bowl Champion '49ere. TUES.. DEC. 21 FRI.. DEC. 10 SAT., DEC. 11 SUN., DEC. ]2 SAT., DEC. 18 SUN., DEC. 12 SUN., DEC. 19 MON., DEC 13 SAT., )EC. 11 items appearing in the Journal Opinion are ones I like like: SEEK GAME t ?I-I FUNNIES LIKE DISLIKE 3PE ASTROLOGY ' LIFE ON THE FARM ' OVER THE RIVER NE: NORTHCOUNTRY AND COURT NEWS ' CROSSWORD PUZZLE OORS COLUMN like to see more of Lo see less of X Thank You! ! t this READER SURVEY and mail to: Editor, Journal Opinion Main Street, Bradford, VT. 05033. Thank you for taking the to reply to this survey. We continually tabulate reader comments )tan future issues around the likes and dislikes of the readership. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 16 2:00 PM TV CF CF MGM Starring: Leslie Caron, Maurice Chevalier and Louis Jourdan SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11: SPORTS SPECI'ACULARI Live from the Capitol Center in Land0ver, Maryland. The most eagerly.awaited battle in collegiate sports! GEORGETOWN vs. VIRGINIA 8:00PM }t }i- q. }I- }i- }l- }i- t }l- r }i- }i- }i- X- }t X, }i- }+ }i- }I-. }i- }t }+ li- }f }t )t )t X. )i,