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Page 10-The Journal Opinion.December 20, 1982 Newbur+ ,Santa Brooks cm00sidered best Santa in area ~ (continued from page I) thinks it is pretty important to prepared for his tours gut ,')nw Santa people, Brooks do your best when dealing even being well prepared can says, ar. not. good for the with the youngsters and that is lead to problems. image tle laSantaexperL why he takes time to get Take the time he was FOR St. Johnsbury Community 11/Corp. 7484917 Upper Valley Cable Corp. Now Showing on HBO and *" Academy Award-winning performances (rein tw Hollywood legends. Katharine Hepburn and Henry A GIFT CERTIFICATE TO 24-Hour Home Box Ofllce FREE INSTALbeTION IF H60 PURC BEF(E 12/31 ./82 From SpLE 8 Amount St. Johnsbury Community TV Corp. ,, 748-8917 Upper Valley Cable Corp. 757-3680 visiting children inside a store Others inquired if that was calls and telephone calls just Santa Claus on the back of the like the real one. Many times in Woodsville one year, and there was a commotion at the store windows. The children who were standing in line to see him spramg to the windows to see another Santa riding down the street on the back of a fire truck on the way to the Legion. Here is where Brooks did some fast talking. The kids asked, "If you are Santa Clans, then who is that?" fire truck... "Who are you?" He quietly told the children that during this time of the year and just prior to Christmas, Santa Claus needs help in doing all the tasks. So, he uses some Santa's helpers. And that was who was on the back of the fire truck . . . a Santa's helper. End of problem. Our Santa makes house i Santa Brooks will appear at a home where a sick child is located, or he will telephone the young lad or lass and get their list of "wants". He even 'did a CB deal, making scratching sounds through the microphone, mocking poor transmission coming from the North Pole. WANTS LIST--Richard Tueekhardt of Woodsvilh i tells Santa a thing or two during a recent visit. Looking on are, at center, Robert Pennell and younger brother, Brendan. Man sentenced to plant Gerry Brooks came to the area from Orleans in 1961 and WOODSVILLE-- Recent On Dec. 7at7:45p.m., Peter Woedsville came in contact activity by the Haverhill Lynn Chase of Sand road N. with a vehicle operated by Police Department indicates Richard Tyler of Woodsville at the following matters have 7:45 in the evening. There was been dealt with. This report moderate damage to both does not include, nor do any vehicles and no injuries. No police reports from New citations were issued. Hampshire or Vermont, traffic citations relative to speed or parking, bad check charges or names of juveniles. A one truck accident was investigated on County road in Haverhill at l:30 a.m., after Fred Derosier reported to police he sustained heavy damage to his truck after leaving the road. On Dec. 3 Janet Lackie of Main street, N. Haverhill rerted to police that a cassette car stereo was removed from her car while parked in the Ames parking lot in N. Haverhill. The item was estimated to cost $200 and an investigation continues. At 4 p.m. on Dec. 4, Leslie H. Marsh was arrested for criminal trespass at the residence of Grace Smith on 4 Mill street, He was tran- sported to the Grafton County Jail and lodged there. He received a penalty, upon a guilty finding, of 12 hours at work in the Woodsville Sewage Treatment Plant. Haverhill was arrested by Chief Stephen C. Savage for being a convicted felon in possession of a firearm. He was also charged with possession of a controlled drug, second offense. Both charges are felony counts. He was taken to the Haverhill Police Department, processed and released on $2,000 personal recognizance bail. On Dec. 8 at 3:30 p.m., Savage received an assault report which took place at the Mitch's Mobile Home Park in Woodsvilie TI'/ assault upon Glenn C. Mitchell resulted in the arrest by Officer Walter George of Raymond A. Crawford of Harmony Acres trailer park in Woodsville. He was processed at the Haverhill Police Department and released on personal recognizance for appearance in Haverhill District at a later time. On Dec. 8, David A. Jones of Benton was arrested by Officer Walter George and charged with driving while intoxicated, and driving without a valid license. He was processed at the police department and released. There was a motor vehicle accident on Friday, Dec 10 on Route lO in N. Haverhill. A vehicle operated by Lois M. Terrace. On Sunday morning, Dec. 12, an accident was in- vestigated by officer Bernard A. Marvin, Jr. involving two vehicles on Highland street in Woodsville, A vehicle operated by Romina Boemig of 41 S. Court St. in Woodsville, hit a parked vehicle owned by Brenda Fournier of 37 Highland St. As a result of the investigation, Bmig was a citation  for improper backing, ac- cident resulting. On Monday, Dec. 13, Haverhill police received a report of a theft of a pocket book from the 111 Club on Central Street in Woodsville. The owner, Lauri Gibson, of Monroe, said her pocketbook, with a substantial amount of cash and personal items, were taken from the club during a Christmas Party. On Tuesday, Dec. 14, police took a report of several thefts which occurred over the past three weeks from the Ames Department- Store. Two juveniles were arrested and charged with three counts each of theft. They were processed and released to the custody of their parents. Most of the property has been recovered FOOT PROBLEMS? If you ha e foot problems and need special shoes. tions from your doctor, or any other problem with comfortable shoes, come in and see me or call for an ;)ointment anytime 741.2903 or my home 741-2897. DEAN C REED DEAN'S SHOE STORE , 1 Po-tlam3 St. St J (across from Byrons Service Sta,;O,: Hour: 10 tO 4 Mon.-Fri. / 10-2 Saturday Other Times By Appointment FOR MEN I WOMEN / CHILDREN til li/ I :--''-" li---'-:-e"--'---- "'Is it because of the Singer 2010' '" Ill S,., Ill I11 ili .I $,ltto-C-tr c aJ1 .1 step buttonholr n but- m ill onal iimcflons with taJoies that fit yes button in II! 111, - .:1ti ,T(xtda Tmntc mno pmL Ill ! 11 Select your stltdl wtfll .Urdversal pressure system ill Ill h,m fi.i  of a fllff handles sheer m heax34hbric !11 III00'00 -" without operator adjustments. ,,,'il Ill Note: Buy a Sing= 2010 between now and Dec. 25 & Get a $i00 Ill III s..t., Bond direct from tnitr! III III or 111 !11 I!1 Ill Is it lmemme   Vernumt sells  Singer 2010 lit ...m,..m. For Only s82P lit .-- ,=, .--- ,, IIgLI00IS00IIILgUI00 .,:, TH MEN'S STORE - "Setting the P'w Since 1873" Railroad Street 802-748-9481 SL Johnsbury, Vt lit III III Itt !11 lit l]) I? ill Ill ill III Sn' in Vermont 11I III mEof Pond & ncord Avenue ill Ill --,, St. Johnsbu, Veont 05819 Ill mm ml  am m   lmm tw  imll i I Ime im i m -av uv,..vvi mw t em : m'ljd mm  mw m  , mm md m mm mmt worked in Topsham and Ryegate schools for three years. He was at the Newbury ,Elementary School as a teacher-principal for 17 years, leaving that post to enter the world of radio. He recently left radio to join the staff of the Journal Opinion newspaper in Bradford, where he is responsible for public relations, promotion, ad- vertising, proofreading and some writing. And he has been invited to their Annual Christmas party his red suit He said he will appear as the. door, ready real Gerry Brooks and leave Dec. 24. Show Your Love With A Gift Of Diamonds Diamo a = m/a,l of pmnanm and &am. Onlmnas t, a ame ff Make th/s Onimnm one W renannlaw. 8unsh!ne s ique | Yo 748-2933 .............. ] tin u 2-wsy Tuned Port Turbo-Thrusters Speaker System. 10" high efficiency, free- edge wooter 2v}' cone ,wo.,e,. s109 pair Built-ln Cassette Player/Recorder Amplifier Section: LED 3-baod Spectragraph spectrum analyzer. Separate indicator lights. ITL-OTL amplifier Bass and treble controls. Speaker selector. Tuner Section: 5-LED signal strengtr meter. FM tuner. Illuminated tuning dial. FM stereo eye. PLL MPX circuitrY Cassette Section Metal tape compatibility. Auto-stop. \\; III II I II ii illllli ILl! _ IIIJllJll I JJ ..J_. AM/FM Stereo Receiver with Built-in Cassette Player/Recorder Amplifier Section: 30 watts per channel. TumN' Section: Quartz synthesizer digital tuner. Direct W'o- gramming of 10 FM/AM pre-set stations. Up/down tuning ontrols. FL meter LED tuning indicator. FM stereo eye. aette Deck Section: Soft-touch controls with One-touch recording Metal tape compatibility and Dolby" noise reduction S33p Stop in and l)eck out 41k'1 our I1111 CASSETTES INSTOCK 3-way Tuned Pot Turbo-Thrusters System. 10" high compliance 4" cone mid-range. 2 cone tweeter. Sound sure level Sl ! plus our thoasd$ 0 f dollars d l DIIIII worth of Ri, guIfM U Ill D DV I DON'T MiSS THIS Bll I1 EKIK/ ... SAVE WHILE YOU CAN! 1982 IS GOING FAST OUR 82 CHEVYS & OLDS ARE NEARLY GONE! 10.9% FINANCING ENDS DEC. 31, 1982. SO HURRY--DO IT NO WE HAVE ONLY['82 CARS AND TRUCKS IN STOCK. SINCERELY-YOU REALLY, HONESTLY DO SAVE BIG $s To our many friends Thanks for your i support in 1982 Happy Holidays and a Prosperous VINTO. MOTORS -`. U S Route S MemoriaJ Drive St Johnury, Vt Tel 802 748 3169 Page 10-The Journal Opinion.December 20, 1982 Newbur+ ,Santa Brooks cm00sidered best Santa in area ~ (continued from page I) thinks it is pretty important to prepared for his tours gut ,')nw Santa people, Brooks do your best when dealing even being well prepared can says, ar. not. good for the with the youngsters and that is lead to problems. image tle laSantaexperL why he takes time to get Take the time he was FOR St. Johnsbury Community 11/Corp. 7484917 Upper Valley Cable Corp. Now Showing on HBO and *" Academy Award-winning performances (rein tw Hollywood legends. Katharine Hepburn and Henry A GIFT CERTIFICATE TO 24-Hour Home Box Ofllce FREE INSTALbeTION IF H60 PURC BEF(E 12/31 ./82 From SpLE 8 Amount St. Johnsbury Community TV Corp. ,, 748-8917 Upper Valley Cable Corp. 757-3680 visiting children inside a store Others inquired if that was calls and telephone calls just Santa Claus on the back of the like the real one. Many times in Woodsville one year, and there was a commotion at the store windows. The children who were standing in line to see him spramg to the windows to see another Santa riding down the street on the back of a fire truck on the way to the Legion. Here is where Brooks did some fast talking. The kids asked, "If you are Santa Clans, then who is that?" fire truck... "Who are you?" He quietly told the children that during this time of the year and just prior to Christmas, Santa Claus needs help in doing all the tasks. So, he uses some Santa's helpers. And that was who was on the back of the fire truck . . . a Santa's helper. End of problem. Our Santa makes house i Santa Brooks will appear at a home where a sick child is located, or he will telephone the young lad or lass and get their list of "wants". He even 'did a CB deal, making scratching sounds through the microphone, mocking poor transmission coming from the North Pole. WANTS LIST--Richard Tueekhardt of Woodsvilh i tells Santa a thing or two during a recent visit. Looking on are, at center, Robert Pennell and younger brother, Brendan. Man sentenced to plant Gerry Brooks came to the area from Orleans in 1961 and WOODSVILLE-- Recent On Dec. 7at7:45p.m., Peter Woedsville came in contact activity by the Haverhill Lynn Chase of Sand road N. with a vehicle operated by Police Department indicates Richard Tyler of Woodsville at the following matters have 7:45 in the evening. There was been dealt with. This report moderate damage to both does not include, nor do any vehicles and no injuries. No police reports from New citations were issued. Hampshire or Vermont, traffic citations relative to speed or parking, bad check charges or names of juveniles. A one truck accident was investigated on County road in Haverhill at l:30 a.m., after Fred Derosier reported to police he sustained heavy damage to his truck after leaving the road. On Dec. 3 Janet Lackie of Main street, N. Haverhill rerted to police that a cassette car stereo was removed from her car while parked in the Ames parking lot in N. Haverhill. The item was estimated to cost $200 and an investigation continues. At 4 p.m. on Dec. 4, Leslie H. Marsh was arrested for criminal trespass at the residence of Grace Smith on 4 Mill street, He was tran- sported to the Grafton County Jail and lodged there. He received a penalty, upon a guilty finding, of 12 hours at work in the Woodsville Sewage Treatment Plant. Haverhill was arrested by Chief Stephen C. Savage for being a convicted felon in possession of a firearm. He was also charged with possession of a controlled drug, second offense. Both charges are felony counts. He was taken to the Haverhill Police Department, processed and released on $2,000 personal recognizance bail. On Dec. 8 at 3:30 p.m., Savage received an assault report which took place at the Mitch's Mobile Home Park in Woodsvilie TI'/ assault upon Glenn C. Mitchell resulted in the arrest by Officer Walter George of Raymond A. Crawford of Harmony Acres trailer park in Woodsville. He was processed at the Haverhill Police Department and released on personal recognizance for appearance in Haverhill District at a later time. On Dec. 8, David A. Jones of Benton was arrested by Officer Walter George and charged with driving while intoxicated, and driving without a valid license. He was processed at the police department and released. There was a motor vehicle accident on Friday, Dec 10 on Route lO in N. Haverhill. A vehicle operated by Lois M. Terrace. On Sunday morning, Dec. 12, an accident was in- vestigated by officer Bernard A. Marvin, Jr. involving two vehicles on Highland street in Woodsville, A vehicle operated by Romina Boemig of 41 S. Court St. in Woodsville, hit a parked vehicle owned by Brenda Fournier of 37 Highland St. As a result of the investigation, Bmig was a citation  for improper backing, ac- cident resulting. On Monday, Dec. 13, Haverhill police received a report of a theft of a pocket book from the 111 Club on Central Street in Woodsville. The owner, Lauri Gibson, of Monroe, said her pocketbook, with a substantial amount of cash and personal items, were taken from the club during a Christmas Party. On Tuesday, Dec. 14, police took a report of several thefts which occurred over the past three weeks from the Ames Department- Store. Two juveniles were arrested and charged with three counts each of theft. They were processed and released to the custody of their parents. Most of the property has been recovered FOOT PROBLEMS? If you ha e foot problems and need special shoes. tions from your doctor, or any other problem with comfortable shoes, come in and see me or call for an ;)ointment anytime 741.2903 or my home 741-2897. DEAN C REED DEAN'S SHOE STORE , 1 Po-tlam3 St. St J (across from Byrons Service Sta,;O,: Hour: 10 tO 4 Mon.-Fri. / 10-2 Saturday Other Times By Appointment FOR MEN I WOMEN / CHILDREN til li/ I :--''-" li---'-:-e"--'---- "'Is it because of the Singer 2010' '" Ill S,., Ill I11 ili .I $,ltto-C-tr c aJ1 .1 step buttonholr n but- m ill onal iimcflons with taJoies that fit yes button in II! 111, - .:1ti ,T(xtda Tmntc mno pmL Ill ! 11 Select your stltdl wtfll .Urdversal pressure system ill Ill h,m fi.i  of a fllff handles sheer m heax34hbric !11 III00'00 -" without operator adjustments. ,,,'il Ill Note: Buy a Sing= 2010 between now and Dec. 25 & Get a $i00 Ill III s..t., Bond direct from tnitr! III III or 111 !11 I!1 Ill Is it lmemme   Vernumt sells  Singer 2010 lit ...m,..m. For Only s82P lit .-- ,=, .--- ,, IIgLI00IS00IIILgUI00 .,:, TH MEN'S STORE - "Setting the P'w Since 1873" Railroad Street 802-748-9481 SL Johnsbury, Vt lit III III Itt !11 lit l]) I? ill Ill ill III Sn' in Vermont 11I III mEof Pond & ncord Avenue ill Ill --,, St. Johnsbu, Veont 05819 Ill mm ml  am m   lmm tw  imll i I Ime im i m -av uv,..vvi mw t em : m'ljd mm  mw m  , mm md m mm mmt worked in Topsham and Ryegate schools for three years. He was at the Newbury ,Elementary School as a teacher-principal for 17 years, leaving that post to enter the world of radio. He recently left radio to join the staff of the Journal Opinion newspaper in Bradford, where he is responsible for public relations, promotion, ad- vertising, proofreading and some writing. And he has been invited to their Annual Christmas party his red suit He said he will appear as the. door, ready real Gerry Brooks and leave Dec. 24. Show Your Love With A Gift Of Diamonds Diamo a = m/a,l of pmnanm and &am. Onlmnas t, a ame ff Make th/s Onimnm one W renannlaw. 8unsh!ne s ique | Yo 748-2933 .............. ] tin u 2-wsy Tuned Port Turbo-Thrusters Speaker System. 10" high efficiency, free- edge wooter 2v}' cone ,wo.,e,. s109 pair Built-ln Cassette Player/Recorder Amplifier Section: LED 3-baod Spectragraph spectrum analyzer. Separate indicator lights. ITL-OTL amplifier Bass and treble controls. Speaker selector. Tuner Section: 5-LED signal strengtr meter. FM tuner. Illuminated tuning dial. FM stereo eye. PLL MPX circuitrY Cassette Section Metal tape compatibility. Auto-stop. \\; III II I II ii illllli ILl! _ IIIJllJll I JJ ..J_. AM/FM Stereo Receiver with Built-in Cassette Player/Recorder Amplifier Section: 30 watts per channel. TumN' Section: Quartz synthesizer digital tuner. Direct W'o- gramming of 10 FM/AM pre-set stations. Up/down tuning ontrols. FL meter LED tuning indicator. FM stereo eye. aette Deck Section: Soft-touch controls with One-touch recording Metal tape compatibility and Dolby" noise reduction S33p Stop in and l)eck out 41k'1 our I1111 CASSETTES INSTOCK 3-way Tuned Pot Turbo-Thrusters System. 10" high compliance 4" cone mid-range. 2 cone tweeter. Sound sure level Sl ! plus our thoasd$ 0 f dollars d l DIIIII worth of Ri, guIfM U Ill D DV I DON'T MiSS THIS Bll I1 EKIK/ ... SAVE WHILE YOU CAN! 1982 IS GOING FAST OUR 82 CHEVYS & OLDS ARE NEARLY GONE! 10.9% FINANCING ENDS DEC. 31, 1982. SO HURRY--DO IT NO WE HAVE ONLY['82 CARS AND TRUCKS IN STOCK. SINCERELY-YOU REALLY, HONESTLY DO SAVE BIG $s To our many friends Thanks for your i support in 1982 Happy Holidays and a Prosperous VINTO. MOTORS -`. U S Route S MemoriaJ Drive St Johnury, Vt Tel 802 748 3169