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December 20, 1982.The Journal Opinion-Page 15 State orders . (continued from paJlg 1) WOODSVILLI Co hase Lions give $1 O, 000 fo r heart storagels.3. ExitsocCupancieS'shalL be so Chapterlocated (contlnued from page 1) sequently he became ill once medical teams in their Stamford and stan(i by for the and is hoping to set up the and exit access shall be so have put up stocks and bonds more and was hospitalized transplant efforts to repel operation, fund, possibly headquartered arranged that exits are as a collateral against certain just a few weeks ago. Lyons rejection of the donated heart. Laurel Lyons, who practices at the Cottage Hospital. readily accessible at all times. amounts of money, said they have been talking She said development of the medicine in Woodsville with She said her goalis to have a 4. There shall be at least two Lyons first met the patient about transplants for about new drug has had a positive her husband Gerald Lyons, is fund established at the exits from every story used when he was admitted to twoyears. . influence on medical people O'Donnell's primary doctor, hospital where monies raised for storage and they shall be Cottage Hospital in Woodsville Things looked up for Lyons who performed transplants in She had been discussing the over the amount needed for remote from each other andso arranged as to minimize any in January, 1978, where he and O'Donnell this spring, the past. Dr. Michael possibility of a transplant with the present transplant could possibility that both may be was thought to have been when it was revealed that a DeBakey, a leader in tran- O'Donnell and hiswife, Peggy be applied to future cardiac suffering a viral illness. Lyons new drug, cyclosporin had splants had stopped his ac- and finally they agreed this problems for local aatients. blocked by any one fire or other emergency condition. was asked to consult with him. been developed, assisting tivity, but now with the was the way to go. Thepatient She said she has discussed this 5. The minimum width of any She was concerned at that development of cyclosporin, is 26, and has not been well. possibility with Cottage corridor of passageway point, for it appeared there teams are gearing up for new Each time he suffers heart Hospital Administrator may be water around the transplant work. Columbia failure, his heart becomes Edward Loranger and serving as a required exit or means of travel to or from a heart and she ordered him University, along with Pitt- more damaged, president of the Cottage required exit shall be forty- sburgh and Massachusetts The prospect of raising Hospital Board of Trustees, fourinches in the clear. transported to Mary Hit- i D / chcock Memorial Hospital " la(ll  General Hospital are now $40,0o0 by Lyons, has included Signa Carbee. 6. Illumination of means of thatnight. . .... to" " ontlnued from page l) resuming the operations, her scurrying about and Lyons indicated she is egress shall include only rurmer exammauon mere , m .- O'Donnell has been ac- calling on people to assist her somewhat overwhelmed at the designated aisles, corridors revealed that O'Donnell was eacn year. lvo years ago,me cepted by Stamford as being in coming up with the local response to the proposal and passageways leading to suffering from what is termed item was a portanm pol!ce medically approved to go necessary funds to have the and although the idea that an exit. _ J .... raalo, an(/last year me police a ,=armo myopamy, wnere ,,a .... , , ,h, ,tor+h along with the transplant. A transplant performed. O'Donnell travel to the west 7. Exit signs shall be placed L . J_ m - -I [iO. i 11 h,a  ,1 fll I,l iqg il Ell _ neart muscles are o;a agea ........... ht L leader in heart transplants at She has contacted a lawyer coast for the transplant, has -/ Since that timehehas been avernm.rmrwastmug oy Stamford, Dr. Norman about setting up a fund, only been official for just over overallexits. 8. Exit signs with an arrow hospitalized several times and meaepartment. .. .... Shumway and his staff have whereby donations could be one week. She said she has indicating the direction of has attem-ted to -o back to ear rive years, riavermu been in contact with Dr. Ellis deducted from one's income, many other local institutions travel to reach the nearest - - P .,g - -- has been without radar The worK. t,yons sam nenaa neen ,, . t re iaced Rolett at Mary Hitchcock She is looking forward to a and service organizations to exit shall be placed where the on bed rest for as long as six olo set was. no P . saying that O'Donnell should good response from those approach for help in raising direction of travel is not ira. months oecause mnamg was not be prepared to come to ople she has approached themoney. Wood " approved for the police He has been ill several times h , mediately apparent. 9. Every stairway and other svdle Hardware and the social security and budge2.  Hwevef..,,s,tsuea vertical openings shall be S" re''' v .................. : ........ i   oclal hablhtatlon forces .... e i hi h me police cone rn rig g , Woodsville N H felt he could work, but sub- .... enclosed. , " speed travel on urusnwooa I0. Storage shall be orderly,   Road and Savage felt the time shall not be within two feet of +  was overdue for radar, the ceiling, shall be separated -- : ' ..., Cited as a valuable asset by :::   /  from heaters or heating '  | Savage, radar adds probable } i   devices by distance or  : _.1 cause for stopping drunk shielding so that ignition --.-'.; | drivers. This topic is currently cannot occur, and not so ' . a hotly debated subject before located as to endanger exit from the building. *:'..':i" the state's legislature. The  '."!(:i" monitoring of the towns 120 II. All flammable liquid shall S"i"':miles f rads bY nelL/I  ....   be stored in metaL cabiuets : I patrolman will greatly im- !' %. : conspicuously labeled in red | prove with the new radaL Letters, "Flammable- Keep .: Savage added. " Fire Away". Not more than )1 An instructor from the 120 gallons of Class 1, Class I "JF | radar company will certify i'?:)l[  i and Class !!1 are perndtted to  | each full time and special t   he stored in a storage cabinet. \\; I officer on the proper use of the Of this total, uot more than 60 f.J\\; ! uniX'This set is a KR-10 (SP) gallons are permitted to be of  :J I K-Band Moving Radar. Chief Class ! and Class I! liquid. Not i '  ' 1  kJ  J.JL It/  -  | Savage said the unit is one of  more than three such calinets l ,a: ................ ,, | the best and most accurate on I are permitted to be Located in rcerized cotton pullover sweaters by Baila  | the market. The department a single firearea. L,t.,' tar the holidays. - | will be receiving a Federal (',()pies of the order were Sheer ,, ,, * Communications Com --Jwn and robe se and "babydoll sets by Faris are ,. | . . forwarded to Bruce Robbins, Fire Chief; Betsy Westgate, ,Percent off. " ..... " - w I missions bicense soon. el high.ear 20 percent off.  / -- Attorney General's Office; Raymond 1)cwhurst, State :or that special man -- now15 percent off.  | Fire Marshal; Woodsville lilfilanties 15 percent off.  I Police Department; Wood- ]psuiL, blouses and skirts  1 f, ........ u_.,_ sville Selectmen. +en10 rcent off. ..... - ,, l L,m-wrm" =mma I il velvet choker, rhinestone jewelry orsilver or - l in Arnly Guard Bradford senior8 hvohodavouffit.  | THETFORD-- Roger Gene - forguys and gals. Sheer printed  | ?aerttenlTheffr :teer: plBIn al'tf O ladies. Iseo-ner gloves for guys and gals,  / mont YAry National Guard by GEORGE F,,. DURGIN akO .. . BRADFORD-- On Dec, 21, the I . " ..... . / and zs a member of Company Christmas Party for Orange East Seniors will be held. A jeans and shirts coming in regularly.  I A, 2dBattalion, 172d Armor m Bramora r craf , nd kmt & crocheted items and paintings * | o--'-f-"  r-nter has super menu has been planned "" e cellent'fts for a special person. * | prior military service in the by Director Michael Shover. ,  - - * 1 Vermont Army National His students are looking forward to this event, and it is hO ....  _ _ | Guard and has enlisted for one l a P|a * /]/f.,, ZK'--',.z..,,/ year under the Try One in the an assured fact that the dinner "l   I ! lIkllLl 2}'Ll(q v']'/J/'/4t]/'d " I Guard Program. expertly.Will be delicious and served llt I II . . I V / For information concerning /  ,x the Vermont Army National 1',/ u0uti0ue * We ,o. br,ght | ......... belt is rumred that Santa willthere. All Seniors are urged _,,.+, / --. 1.., m,all v -.X.. .. p,,. . / uuara contact  UmK  star guides you to o ',ZLI/ .......... "  //// | Odette at 802-674-2096 or 222- to make a reservation and l  ille Pla/a _ ('i i" serene happiness this | 4611. come, bringing an exchange gift if they wish to participate ree.t  " special holiday. 1  in the "gift exchange". It is [ W00dsville, N.H.   important that reservations he made early, to make sure JOSllUA STEPIIEN BORN of a place at the dinner table, WELLS RIVER-- Joshua as accomodationsarelimited. i ...... I I IIII Stephen Puffer is the new lad See you there for a Merry, at the residence of Stephen Merry! and Teresa Puffer in Wells River. He was born Dec. - ............ INTERESTING FACT 4 at the Cottage Hospital. DECKED OUT--The Grafton County Home in N. Haverhill Is trimmed out with Smelling lilies is believed to lights and stars, making an impressive holiday display, give a person freckles. The ..... " ..... BUTSON +' /;IF/" % Sheets Family No-iron Percale Make Wonderful Gifts The appreciated gift. Offers Suggest|arts For Amerk:x:m Tourister luggage is moOe with unusual : cx3re orJ priO--CluOlttltes sure to be opprectoteO. * GIFT CERTIFICATES o00o,00o,c00orsoo00++s. Made)f in any amount ALL * FRUIT BASKETS ...... ,+.,+ AMERICAN . ,msomommg00o, made with special care everyone. Solid , TOURISTER colors in sOft pastels and * GIFT PACKS of ' dooOlo.o$-do|Jo'o WINE  2 0% sizes: stripes, bOld I:x:ltterns, twin end A SPECIAL I throughklng. ROAST , OFF especially for you by ,. ...... -, ............ ==:==- CROSS-COUNTRY cut ...... ........... our four meat experts. " ........ --:: ........ c , / - , ;'--" +L COLLECTION 'M 'l,500Series Of-"O:"A \\; To order any one of these -+, , - :/yXs 5OXOO, i +; ",,, excellent .,Rs. either stop by the store -I ++++'++rio, .or---go+on 5 at call us. . C+ i H APPY H O L I DAY S totgo 00eet. from everyone at Available in four cOlOrs. Tote available In three colors. USE YO OPEN EVERY NIGHT CHARGE USE YOUR 'Tit OIRISTMAS ACCOUNT CHARGE OP[N EVERY NIGHT AOUNT 'TIt 041SI"NL Wood.lille, N.H: * 1 M .  . i  M YOUR FURNITURE KING OF THE VALI EY -HAS CUT THE HEART OUT OF EVERYTHING IN THE STORE FOR YOU LATE CHRISTMAS SHOPPERS!! You will be amazed at our large inventory and 1 am sure you will save money like you never saved it before! ! What a display of livingroom sets by "Broyhill" and chairs by "Berkline" ! You will never buy them again at our all new low prices! ! Why not save up to $150.00 on many livingroom sets?? Bedroom sets knocked down to over $200.00 savings ! ! A beautiful display of dinette sets by Progressive of Philadelphia I Now you can save $30.00 a set on man S of the fames ,Slum berland box springs and mat- tresses. What a sleeping pill ! ! Just received a large shipment of the famous all cedar from Murphy of Jasper, Alabama. In the shipment we received the full line of "All Cedar" hope chests at prices that nobody can touch. We have a full line of hassocks by the famous Crawford House . Also lamps -- Pictures -- magazine racks -- end tables and coffee tables. If you need a new TV it will pay you to look over the new Sylvanias that arrived this week. Did you know "They are even better than Soney" ? We also have a fine line of appliances by Speed Queen -- Admiral Maytag  Magic Chef Hoover ahd Eureka ? Yes, my friends, if your spirit has so moved that you want to save money and give the best for Christmas then this is the place to come and the time is NOW ! . Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to all you good people and God Bless all of you ! T. BORDEN WALKER Enterpri00 ','rl FtlNIlIJRE KII OF THE VALLEY" NO SALE TAX artmouth College I-llghwa Route 10 Woodsvtlle, N,H. Dial 747.3315 .,m our So,.., December 20, 1982.The Journal Opinion-Page 15 -k State orders . (continued from pa 1) WOODSVILLI Co hase Lions give $1 O, 000 fo r heart storagels.3. ExitsocCopancieS'shalL be so Chapterlocated (contlnued from page 1) sequently he became ill once medical teams in their Stamford and stan(i by for the and is hoping to set up the and exit access shall be so have put up stocks and bonds more and was hospitalized transplant efforts to repel operation, fund, possibly headquartered arranged that exits are as a collateral against certain just a few weeks ago. Lyons rejection of the donated heart. Laurel Lyons, who practices at the Cottage Hospital. readily accessible at all times. amounts of money, said they have been talking She said development of the medicine in Woodsville with She said her goalis to have a 4. There shall be at least two Lyons first met the patient about transplants for about new drug has had a positive her husband Gerald Lyons, is fund established at the exits from every story used when he was admitted to twoyears. . influence on medical people O'Donnell's primary doctor, hospital where monies raised for storage and they shall be Cottage Hospital in Woodsville Things looked up for Lyons who performed transplants in She had been discussing the over the amount needed for remote from each other andso arranged as to minimize any in January, 1978, where he and O'Donnell this spring, the past. Dr. Michael possibility of a transplant with the present transplant could possibility that both may be was thought to have been when it was revealed that a DeBakey, a leader in tran- O'Donnell and hiswife, Peggy be applied to future cardiac suffering a viral illness. Lyons new drug, cyclosporin had splints had stopped his ac- and finally they agreed this problems for local aatients. blocked by any one fire or other emergency condition. was asked to consult with him. been developed, assisting tivity, but now with the was the way to go. Thepatient She said she has discussed this 5. The minimum width of any She was concerned at that development of cyclosporin, is 26, and has not been well. possibility with Cottage corridor of passageway point, for it appeared there teams are gearing upfornew Each time he suffers heart Hospital Administrator may be water around the transplant work. Columbia failure, his heart becomes Edward Loranger and serving as a required exit or means of travel to or from a heart and she ordered him University, along with Pitt- more damaged, president of the Cottage required exit shall be forty- sburgh and Massachusetts The prospect of raising Hospital Board of Trustees, fourinches in the clear. transported to Mary Hit- i D / chcock Memorial Hospital  lalal 4 General Hospital are now $40,0o0 by Lyons, has included Signa Carbee. 6. Illumination of means of thatnight. . .... to" " ontlnued from page l) resuming the operations, her scurrying about and Lyons indicated she is egress shall include only rurmer exammauon mere . m .- O'Donnell has been ac- calling on people to assist her somewhat overwhelmed at the designated aisles, corridors revealed that O'Donnell was eacn year. lxvo years ago,t.ne cepted by Stamford as being in coming up with the local response to the proposal and passageways leading to suffering from what is termed item was a portanm pal!ca medically approved to go necessary funds to have the and although the idea that an exit. _ J .... raalo, an(/last year me ponce a ,=irma myopamy, where ,.a .... , , th, .tor+h along with the transplant. A transplant performed. O'Donnell travel to the west 7. Exit signs shall be placed L . J_ m - -I [1111 h.a  l.II ilL, I,l iqg il i,ll _ neart muscles are tm agea ........... ht  leader in heart transplants at She has contacted a lawyer coast for the transplant, has -/ Since that timehehas been avernm.rmrwastmug oy Stamford, Dr. Norman about setting up a fund, only been official for just over overallexits. 8. Exit signs with an arrow hospitalized several times and meaepartment. .. .... Shumway and his staff have whereby donations could be one week. She said she has indicating the direction of has attem-ted to -o back to ear rive years, riavermu been in contact with Dr. Ellis deducted from one's income, many other local institutions travel to reach the nearest - - P .,g - -- has been without radar The worK. t,yons sam ne naa neen ,, . t re iaced Rolett at Mary Hitchcock She is looking forward to a and service organizations to exit shall be placed where the on bed rest for as long as six olo set was. no P . saying that O'Donnell should good response from those approach for help in raising directiou of travel is not ira. months because mnamg was not be prepared to come to ople she has approached themoney. Wood " approved for the police He has been ill several times h  mediately apparent. 9. Every stairway and other svdle Hardware and the social security and budge2= Hwevef..,,s.tsuea vertical openings shall be oclal hablhtatlon forces .... e i hi h me police cone rn rig g , Woodsville N H felt he could work, but sub- .... enclosed. , " speed travel on urusnwooa Io. Storage shall be orderly,   Road and Savage felt the time shall not be within two feet of +  was overdue for radar, the ceiling, shall be separated -- : ' ..., Cited as a valuable asset by :::   /  from heaters or heating '  | Savage, radar adds probable } i   devices by distance or  : _.1 cause for stopping drunk shielding so that ignition --.-'.; | drivers. This topic is currently cannot occur, and not so ' . a hotly debated subject before located as to endanger exit from the building. :'..':i" the state's legislature. The  P'."!(:I" monitoring of the towns 120 II. All flammable liquid shall S"i"':miles f rads bY nelL/iw  ....   be stored in metaL cabiuets ;,. I patrolman will greatly im- !' %. : conspicuously labeled in red | prove with the new radaL Letters. "Flammable- Keep ' Savage added. " Fire Away". Not more than )1 An instructor from the 120 gallons of Class 1, Class I "tF | radar company will certify I'-:?)1[ t i and Class !!1 are rmitted to  | each full time and special t   he stored in a storage cabinet. \\; I officer on the proper use of the Of this total, uot more than 60 .J\\; ! uniX'This set is a KR-10 (SP) gallons are permitted to be of  :J I K-Band Moving Radar. Chief Class ! and Class I! liquid. Not i '  "' 1  kJ IJ J.l. Ii#   -  | Savage said the unit is one of  more than three such calinets l ,,a: ................ ,, | the best and most accurate on I are permitted to be Located in rcerized cotton pullover sweaters by Baila  | the market. The department a single firearea. L,,' tar the holidays. - | will be receiving a Federal (',()pies of the order were Sheer ,, ,, -X- Communications Cam ----wn and robe se and "babydoll sets by Faris are ,. | . . forwarded to Bruce Robbins, Fire Chief; Betsy Westgate, ,Percent off. " ..... " - w I missions bicense soon. el nighear 20 percent off.  / -- Attorney General's Office; Raymond 1)cwhurst, State :lor that special man -- now15 percent off.  | Fire Marshal; Woodsville lilfilanties 15 percent off.  I Police Department; Wood- ]psuiL, blouses and skirts  1 f, ........ u_.,_ sville Selectmen. +en10 rcent off. ..... - ,, l L,m-wrm" =mma I ilvevetchoker, rhinestone jewelry orsilver or - l in Arnly Guard Bradford 8enter8 hvohodavouffit.  | THETFORD-- Roger Gene - forguys and gals. Sheer printed  | ?aerttenlTheffr :teer: plBIn al'tf O ladies. Isoto-ner gloves for guys and gals,  / mont YAry National Guard by GEORGE F,,. DURGIN LO .. . BRADFORD-- On Dec, 21, the I . " ..... . / and zs a member of Company Christmas Party for Orange East Seniors will be held. A jeans and shirts coming in regularly.  I A, 2dBattalion, 172d Armor m Bramora r craf , nd kmt & crocheted items and paintings * | o--'-f-"  r-nter has super menu has been planned "" e cellentgifts for a special person. * | prior military service in the by Director Michael Shover. ,  - - " 1 Vermont Army National His students are looking forward to this event, and it is e hO[ ....  _ _ | Guard and has enlisted for one l a P|a * /1/f-,, Z--'-.z-.--,"/ year under the Try One in the an assured fact that the dinner l    ! lIkllLl 2}'Ll(q v']'/J/'/4t]/'d " I Guard Program. expertly.Will be delicious and served llt I II . . I V / For information concerning /  .x the Vermont Army National tloutioue We hope th,s br,ght l ......... belt is rumred that Santa willthere. All Seniors are urged _.,l.' / --, I, w   v -X- .. ]- . a tiuara contact ti utcx l'  star gu,des you to o .......... " | Odet00 at or =- to make a reservation and V laRe Plaza  ('i i \\; serene happiness this / 4611. come, bringing an exchange gift if they wish to participate l.t . + special holiday. 1  in the "gift exchange". It is [ Woodsille, N.H. .  important that reservations he made early, to make sure JOSIIUA STEPIIEN BORN of a place at the dinner table, WELLS RIVER-- Joshua as accomodationsarelimited. i ...... l l fill Stephen Puffer is the new lad See you there for a Merry, at the residence of Stephen Merry! and Teresa Puffer in Wells River. He was born Dec. - ............ INTERESTING FACT 4 at the Cottage Hospital. DECKED OUT--The Grafton County Home in N. Haverhill is trimmed out with Smelling lilies is believed to lights and stars, making an impressive holiday display, give a person freckles. The ..... " ..... /;IF/" % Sheets Family No-iron Percale Make Wonderful The appreciated gift. Offers Suggestions For Amerk:x:ln Tourister luggage is mode with unusual : care and prlde--quallfltes sure to be appreciated. * GIFT CERTIFICATES Givencnfl_den_ty-inyurchic'efclrsndstyles. Madex + in any amount ALL * FRUIT BASKETS ...... AMERICAN ...hossome+hingtor made with special care everyone. Solid TOURISTER oolors in soft pastels and * GIFT PACKS of ' doopiono$-do|JOOlO WINE  2 0% sizes: stripes, bOld patterns, twin and A SPECIAL I throughklng. ROAST , OFF especially for you by , - ...... -, ............ ==:== CROSS-COUNTRY cut our four meat experts. " ........ --:: ........ c , / - , ;'-" +L CX)LLECTION 'M 'l,500Series e;Oz"h, \\; To order any one of the.e + ++, ,,  - :s 5Opo, + ",,, excellent ,,It,. either stop by the store -I +/lJlVltmxj)O+rios o x/+-'_-/kcGOu 5 at call us. . Cg+ i H APPY H O L I DAY S s.ou00 tot; o 00eet, from eve00jone at Available in four cOlOrS. Tote available In three colors. USE Y0 OPEN EVERY NIGHT CHARGE USE YOUR 'Tit O4RISTMA ACCOUNT CHARGE OP[N EVERY NIGHT AOEOUNT 'TtL 04PJSThI " Woodsville, N.H. * ,,  iii+ +    M  u ' ' --_ I t II YOUR FURNITURE KING OF THE VALI EY -HAS CUT THE HEART OUT OF EVERYTHING IN THE STORE FOR YOU LATE CHRISTMAS SHOPPERS!! You will be amazed at our large inventory and l am sure you will save money like you never saved it before' ! What a display of livingroom sets by "Broyhill" and chairs by "Berkline" ! You will never buy them again at our all new low prices! ! Why not save up to $150.00 on many livingroom sets?? Bedroom sets knocked down to over $200.00 savings ! ! A beautiful display of dinette sets by Progressive of Philadelphia I Now you can save $30.00 a set on many of the fames ,Slum berland box springs and mat- tresses. What a sleeping pill ! ! Just received a large shipment of the famous all cedar from Murphy of Jasper, Alabama. In the shipment we received the full line of "All Cedar" hope chests at prices that nobody can touch. We have a full line of hassocks by the famous Crawford House . Also lamps -- Pictures -- magazine racks -- end tables and coffee tables. If you need a new TV it will pay you to look over the new Sylvanias that arrived this week. Did you know "They are even better than Saucy" ? We also have a fine line of appliances by Speed Queen -- Admiral Maytag  Magic Chef Hoover ahd Eureka ? Yes, my friends, if your spirit has so moved that you want to save money and give the best for Christmas then this is the place to come and the time is NOW ! . Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to all you good people and God Bless all of you ! T. BORDEN WALKER Enterpri00 "THE FURNITURE KII OF THE VALLEY" NO SAt TX artmouth College I-llghwa Route 10 Woodsvtlle, N,H. Dial 747.3-315 ,m o= So,..,