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.- December 20, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 21 Troopers busy with thefts, drunks The Eastside A vehicle operated by Mary Farm in Bradford. The vic- Trooper Jennings reported Vermont State Bisson of Woodstock, Vt., tim, Alfred Jennings of that the horses were wooden been involved while traveling south on Massachusetts, indicated an rocking horses that he was range of criminal Interstate 91 in Fairlee went old wood stove and two an- transporting for sale. ion. Someof out of control, spun in a circle tique wooden beds were ations and court and hit guard rails, damaging carried off. Dean Hatch of S. Ryegate's written involve her CJ Jeep on the right side Ford Escort caught $3,000 items: and underside. The in- Cars operated by Dorothy worth of damage recently operated byKeven vestigation by Constantine Benner of Wilder and Stuart when he swerved to avoid a Weodsville was pointed to icy roads and poor Hunt of Thetford came 0eer while traveling on Route on Route 5 in roadability of the Jeep. together on Academy road in 5 near Wells River Village at and struck Thetford Hill recently. 2:11 a.m., when he crossed the and a tree. Constantine was in- Trooper First Class Howard opposite lane and left the road. 18, suffered a vestigating a case of breaking Atherton said Benner backed He descended a near-vertical over the eye and his and entering at a camp in W. onto the road and collided with bank and landed on a railroad extensive front- Newbury owned by Rev. the Hunt car which was track approximately eight and severe Atwater. The padlock was traveling south. There was feet below the road. The the right side. The broken and it appeared that minor rear end damage to vehicle straddled the tracks a total loss. nothing was taken, bothcars, for 250 feet, before coming to Class Howard ' rest. said the mishap Teresa Fritscka of Fairlee Vehicle operator Sarah Hatch was transported to l:15a.m.,Dec. 12. suffered no injury, when her Robison of Newport, Vt. was Cottage Hospital by passer- vehicle, a Honda, slid out of injured earlier in the month shy. control in a circle, and struck when her Mercury Bobcat, a telephone pole. The roadway which was going south on was slush-covered at the time. Interstate 91 in Newbury, left FOR SALE [,.,S tred to the U .=,g nt residence recently River to investigate a _zgi. nt of unlawful a BlresPonded to a South 1 Bradford residence to IT gate a disorderly .j, Complaint that oc-  front of a residence 11:27p m ,on Dec. 11. r Jaime C----nstantine .llEt!gating a three-car lWr m the P&C parking l1r.adford, a car parked !rtha Pease of afford dnll:.e.parked by Kathleen n,,- I" of Corinth and a third tt Parked at'the store by : Masure of Fairlee, all m2 ltogether as the result of it,7ul driver in the Pease children left in the At a new home being con- structed in Groton, Jack Thomas reported a breaking and entering, plus grand larceny as the result of unknown persons kicking in the front door of the home and removing several items, among them a chain saw, propane light, gas stove and other things, The matter is presently under investigation by Constantine. the road and struck several trees. She was taken to Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital with facial cuts and a possible back injury. Her husband was not injured. m AUCTION NOTICE He also responded to an Elm street, Wells River residence to investigate a threatening phone call, placed by someone in San Francisco, Cal. The victim said she received the call from her son at about 2:30 in the morning and told her Another accident Atherton responded to was in Thetford on Route 244 involving Claude Clarke of Post Mills. He suffered facial lacerations and his vehicle suffered extensive frontend damage, when he lost control on a corner, left the road and hit a fence and tree. He was trmsported by am- bulance to the Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital. Gasoline was reported stolen from several Jennings is looking into gas • stealing in Corinth, after receiving a report that unknowns were siphoning off gas from parked vehicles. Approximately 25 gallons had been taken from the Corinth area on a regular basis and residents there were warned to be on the lookout for this type of activity. A vehicle owned by a teacher at Thetford Academy received a broken window last week during the night of Dec. 10. After the window was smashed, the car was put into neutral and rolled down a hill. There was no damage during the roll and total damage was assessed at $100. Trooper Jennings was busy with multiple charges in Post NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARING There will be a meeting for the purpose of presenting a proposed budget for the operation of Orange County for the ensuing year, at the Orange County Courthouse in Chelsea on the Monday, January 24, 1983 at 10:00 A.M. The proposed budget will contain items for the operation of the Courthouse, the Lock-up, the Sheriff's office and residence and the Bradford District Probate Court. Proposed use of revenue sharing funds will also be discussed at that time. Dated at Chelsea, Vermont, this 13th day of December, 1982. Jackson T. Webb Assistant Judge, Orange County PUBLIC NOTICE As required by general revenue sharing regulation, the Town of Corinth has filed Bureau of Census form RSgE for the collection of general revenue sharing for the year ended December 31, 1981. A copy of this form with supporting documentation is available for public inspection at the town office in Cookville on Monday, Tuesday or Friday's 9-12 and 1-4. John G. Learmonth, Jr. Treasurer l I lllll lllll l l CLA FOR SALE-- Beautiful, ornate chunk stove, Star No. 8. Patented 1851. $100. Call evenings 802-439-5572. TF-- 12-2ff--N C FOR SALE-- $10 will buy ou a Hoover Electric room, as is. After 5 802-439- 5572. TF--I 2-20--NC FOR SALE-- G.E. Electric broom, as is $15.802-439-5572 after 5. TF--12-20--NC FOR SALE-- Refinished oak dining chairs, ready to use. Mint condition. $120. for pair.  802-439-5528. TF-- 12-20---NC MOTOR OIL-- All kinds, cars, tractors, heavy duty equipment, farm, com- mercial use. Lowest prices in the area. By case lotonly. Additional discount for lots of 10 cases or more. Stop by and see Bradford Oil first. Route 5 and 25, Bradford. 802-222-5251 or 603-787-6391. TF--12-8--C 75 TON PRESS--- 16" Radial Saw, 4 Spindle Drill, 10 HP Air Compressor, 10' Brake, 36" & 52 Shears, Kick Punch, Bandsaw, Metal Lathes -- 12", 15" & 18", Vert. & Horz. Mills. Tel: 617- 373-9777. 3T--12-20--C WORTH THE DRIVE! Harrington's Red Loft Fabrics, Rtes. 2 & 15, W. Danville, Everyday 10-5 (including Sunday). Large fabric selection, very low prices. 3T--12-20--CW PARTY--Youngsters climb aboard ,s Engine 2 during last weekend's Children's muas Party held at the fire station. It was a to start the she would be dead within a travel backwards week. themselves between The victim advised Con- and Masure cars. stantine that the caller vehicle suffered seemed to be heavily in- to both sides, toxicated at the time of his ightly threat. the right side and vehicle was Earlier in December, damaged on the Constantine investigated a break at the Old Jennings sATr00s OUR ItEALTIt | LEON FAY, M.D. Valley Health Center ;ed ltl/- East Corinth, Vt. ! s rash as all parents know is an all too common af- x infancy It causes tmrental anxiet and frustration :ais°btvious disc0-mfort for the ehild.YThe underlying ,' he increased sensitivity of the infant s skin in , d particularly in the groin area where the skin i '..' re and moisture are higher than other parts of the ,-- ath .-- . . en more so when a draper m worn. These factors ,lbine with friction (kicking, walking), feces, urine nWaterproof diaper covering to produce skin a f the measures which can be taken to help prevent a v: lem include: ",.:.age of diaper shortly after becoming soiled. ible avoidance of elasticized legs on diapers. !ng of the diaper area well -- especially after a !eraent -- but gently. fliapers should be washed in mild detergent soap thoroughly. 0 r., when a rash develops, it is usually in one of two X£ti.gs one setting is in th=e children who have a m' ltion to such conditions as: D,_hea with scaliness also about the scalp, armpits AT of the neck and ear. R,aqUSis v.- t common settin is in those whose problem arises . rom wearing a diaper. These include a rash from 748itating effects of feces (especially with diarrhea), .'  heat. A rash can at times be caused by the mite bies. When the skin's defenses break down, there is Unity for actual infection such as from bacteria i. tment of diaper rash depends upon: I Iizing the factors which facilitate further skin , H#ll a. These may include frequent diaper changes, l[lll tff, whenever possible, diapers or diaper covers, ointments and powders for drying and re-emphasized that diaper rash can occur even scrupulous home care. Sensitive skin, family mere presence of diapers are the key factors. Often frustrating and unpredictable. For- usually to be a temporary prompt proper home care. informnti to ina'N the public's undtond Wide odve for q:iflc, ivkk] i II FOR SALE Sheepskins, $15 and up. Hanover Cobbler, 1979 DA;rSUN 210-- 4D FOR SALE-- 1974 Dodge 5 Allen Street, Hanover. Wagon, 44,000 miles. Dart, 4 door V8 automatic, Open Monday-Friday, B- power steering, new tires, 5:30; Saturday, 9-5; Wed- $3500.00. Harold's Repair battery and exhaust. $700. nesdayevenings 'til8. 4T--I- : Shop, 17 Farwell St., Barre, 802-22')-5270 days or 802-222- .........  Vt. 802-479-0170. 4T--12- ..... " 5782 evenings. TF--I 2- 20---NC FABRICS-- Huge new shipment !Prints calicos, lr'[=-l-m[|]ililI][4ql 1979 CHEVROLET washable woolens & many -- PICKUP-- 6 cyl., 8 ft. body other new items -- all at very LOW PRICES (we make the BEST PRICES EVER-- with cap. 4 custom rims and drive worth it). Harrington's Over 60 homes in stock. New 4 regulars with 4 new winter Red Loft Fabrics, Rtes. 2 & Oakbrook, 14 ft. wide, 2 tires. Running boards, stereo bedroom, pitched roof, -- many other extras. $4,500 15, W. Danville everyday $15,495. New Windsor, 3 or best offer. Call 802-222- (including Sunday) 10-5, bedroom, house-type roof 9642. Ask for Dana O'Don- 3T--12-20---CW and siding, 6 incli walls, nell. 2T12-29---NC microwave, stereo, bow window, dishwasher, plus i It [g']['_I 1 k  fill i [{] many other options, $26t995. Excellent used 14 ft. wide, 2 bedroom, furnished,$10,495, l/l:(W-'ll00K*l|[q:l ,.,o.m o, # mlcao. o mmA .  ,,==J=,m Over 12 used 14 ft. wide as .... u;-'tw, mmmmmme{¢ well as new homes on ONAULOWANCIOFWSt AIIIIATIDPITO811N popular event With area "youth. In foreground is display. Used single STATEOFVT theH°ticeh°byoivonth=theC°mprlm'°fCurmncy, WashinStono D. C., 2029, has IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF 6.  granted welminary conditiol apWovot to an Bradford fireman Gene Martin. bedroom General $2,995. rod* Two bedroom, Pacemaker, peoeaTE COURT FOR THE Ap¢¢ion to form New Bradford Nofioonl automobiles parked at the Mills. He said a motor vehicle $3,995. Three bedroom, 01S;C0F k, Bmor, 0nme C*, Vorm,m Atkinson home in Newbury accident was investigated in Lancer, $6,995. Four To the heirs at low  aU persons 05033, for the prpose of f=ilitating the interestod in tba Estate of G, Harold acquhifionofthotorgetbonklistedbelow. recently. Trooper Atherton is that town and a charge of bedroom, Catalina, $7,995. Sinclair, iota of drd, in said Dhlrict, investigating the larceny reckless driving lodged. Many more. Mitch's Mobile d: Furtr noti¢a is Qh that Applkotlon has complaint. Damage caused during the Homes, Rt. 10, Woodsville, v am ifled thet a i.m in- tmSatoCo¢ro,oroCnty N.H. 603-747-3376. 4T--29--- smm t_€lmod June 24th, 1982, and for his coment to o merger of The Bradford accidentbetween theam°untedtwo vehiclest° $3300and "m   ,ha tat wl, and =ion, I ,,k, rlfor, Ver 05033, said onsad has heon vth New Btndford Notional Bo, Brndford, The ice freezer at the nt to the Probate Court for the V'mont 05033, ude the charter of New Bradford Mini Mart was bent a victim's lawn. The operator i_lillttlN1Kl[il[gl st of Bford by Harold E. [:irk and Dtdford Nffion[Bonkgl ththetitlsThe the other day, when Robert of one vehicle was charged e A. Fisk, with a petition ruti Bradford Nofiorl Bank. The @pli¢tion s Merritt of E. Corinth pulled with careless and negligent GOLDEN RETRIEVER r, of. or.¢eptedforfllingNevembor17,]982. The hearing thereon hm hem into the Mini Mart parking lot operation, leaving the scene of PUPS-- Registered, shots,   v of .r, 9s3 ms n:.  ,ed n. to .. and swerved to avoid another an accident and driving on a wormed, ready December ¢all:00A.M. atthelWlaeOrt, Weih 1828 (c) of the Floral lmsit lmmme Act vehicle that had started to suspended or revoked license. 23. $200. 802479-0434. 4T--12-  to w.,|f any  nmhe**,Ri*' v,tmm, you =my ,,r tm and and$raN,rrof5 the of rccyR,lmions02 c of thas).c'Th hack up. He struck the ice The second operator is being Z-.-43W vy the said insure shld nl be nice will apltor wNkly on the sam days, freezer, causing minor charged with driving with a oltowed as the Last Will and Testonmnt of beoinningWndneY,D°cember1,1982and the ded. mg WedeesdoL December 29.1982. damage and none to his 1976 suspended or revoked license i  L I edthh Istafmbor/1',?. Chevrolet. and a third person is charged Is/Rene N.  Any person desiring to comment on either the with careless and negligent WANTED-- U.S. and Ger- interim notional lumk pition or the woerlconsolidation pl¢otion y do so ltelmulh Brown, from operation, man war relics of all types. ]2/8-13-20 submittiwwrittmcomm,efstotOirglor, Connecticut. reported to After 5 p.m 802-485-8198. Sank Oronr, ofion and Smture Division, Atherh)n that someone had Jennings issued a court 4T--I-5--CW " lli=[kqr_llk[e]li[]  Comp?rol( of the y, 490 L'Enfont Im, S, W., Whinetan, D. C. 20219 withia removed at least one-half cord summons to a 37 year old S. 21 duys of the ato of the bst Wkion of ll01E Of MIAIIIN$ this notice. The blk fib is availoe for of wood from his place on Ryegate person who was road. The car hit a. fence, ON ALLOWANa Of WILL inspection in the Regionot Offica, Comptrol Stage Coach road in Newbury. charged with driving "while injuring the occupants and ST&TEOFVNT of the Cuvnency, 8thFIoat, Neri'Pla, 470 IN THE MATT1ER OF 114E ESTATE OF Lira L Atlantic Ave., Boston, Moss. 02110. It is being termed a larceny, intoxicated in Newbury. causing the vehicle to suffer a r total loss. They were treated m0tTE COURT FOR THE De¢orl, 1982 Warren E Shettini reported Dusty C. Carter, 18, of Wells at Cottage Hospital. ommooF SrooordNatn ao . To the heirs at bw and all pro'sam Brodford, Vormont 05033 to Trooper Atherton that River received fractures on interested in the Estate of Laura R. Alger, New Bradford Notional Bmlc someone had removed a his arm and a passenger An 18-year old Wells River e°ffire, insidDisWs"Ldeeammd* Brodfor,Wwmor05033 You am outified that a w in- 1211,8,13,20,&29 quantity of tools from his pick- female suffered a dislocated youth was cited by Trooper stnmmt ¢mt J no, 98, and up truck, while parked at his shoulder in Groton, after the Jennings with driving while  to be th. tm wi and residence in S. Ryegate. It is vehicle in which 'they were intoxicated, after he was in a m,m of mid ¢,a has t,m IMltd tO t Probo Cou for the • under investigation, riding at ll p.m. onTuesday, motor vehicle accident on DistricofBrodfordbyO. FoyAllon, Jr., WANTED TO BUY Dec. 7. heading west on Route Dec. 7 in Groton. |*a., with a itifi requestinQ lrdte And to complete Atherton's 302 lost control and left the . 100 cow dairy farm. week, Valerie Erno of Thet- The 0  has Vershire ..n"'  for th* ,Tth day of , stocked and equipped or ford told him she left her car man ,,. m lO,OO  at the  court, bare. parked on a pullout on Route Welb Rim', Vmt. You ly  BOX 161 132 near the Thetford and CHELSEA-- Recent cases guilty to a charge d driving  and them t, show €,  you may be, vy the said instrument sh(d BARTON, VT. 05733 Norwich town line after it heard before, the Orange with a suspended license.  be ot m  trot Will ad developed mechanical County District Court include Tatalddeoll. problems. When she returned the following: Timothy Ward Ann Myers of Fairlee Dotodthis6thdm/ofDonher,982. i , k | to pick up the vehicle a day of Vershire was fined $180 pleaded not guilty to charges ts/.v and one-half later, she found it after being found guilty in that of advertising plans to raffle 12/la-20.29 WANTED-- Vermont land, fror/tage on Class 3 road, had been vandalized, court of driving while in- property in Fairlee. She was 1-,--- -----=-----=--l'lrt'4h-Ild[ll]llli;ka'll toxicated. He was cited in released on her own personal twenty fields, acres sugar Trooper Michael Jennings  Chelsea on Oct. 20. recognizance. 5TATEOFVRa0m mapm with 2500 tap paten- grabbed a 23-year-old resident mVlOCmm tial. J.O. Dept. 22. Brad- of Thetford and charged him A Fairlee resident, William Jeffrey Oakes. of Woodsville msmco ardfl, 55. ford, Vt. 05033. 8T--12- To the Creditors of the Estate Of Nelson 27--PD with driving while intoxicated. Hayward was found guilty pleaded guilty of driving with t. 8oycalotaofCorintb.=*s. Jennings said the person, who after pleading guilty to a suspended license in Har- JannetteMoxwellondViroinioldeilof was summoned into Chelsea driving with a suspended tford and was fined $I00. ,fo, Vermont heeeby stes that th have been appointod personal FOR RENT Court to answer charges, license and was fined $250 for t of   sote. lt nearly smashed into his State the offense which oceurred in Wayne Tildon of Thofford tors haviW ¢1. ,inst the ,.va Police cruiser while at Fairlee. was sentenced to one day in mtme or, renl to as the claim in AVAILABLE FOR IM- witin 9 within four rtfl ter the dote f MEDIATE occupancy. A one Thefford Hill. the Woodstock Correction  rt pkatn orm to  above and a two bedi-oom a_rt- Kevin Sawyer of Strafford Center after being found sa r,tiv, o tha above Ronald Goodwin of W. was released on a conditional guilty of disorderly conduct in orms or to tha *¢star of the ote ment. Both with bath, wall to ¢,a at wei evor, V,rmt, or said wail. carpeting, kitchen Burke suffered a $3,000 loss discharge after pleading not White RiverJunction. doimwiUlmforevorbortL appliances. Heal, lights, hot WEed ,t Bdo s 10th day of wate2, gas, and rubbish earlier in the month, when a cmer, 1982. removal included in rent. load of wooden horses he was D..o.40oo Od.O JemetteMezweil carrying were burned. The II W j2  dVlrieedeil Security deposit required. horses were stored, 170 of TE MONTdN o P,n,w No children or pets m this them, in the rear of his Ford  112,,0-29-1,5 weU managed bdildis[. Mt. Gardner Apts., 43 Central police he was traveling down , (IP) f9-4121 " ' [ YOUR  ,mm 787-6280 or 787-6355. Edward Interstate 91 and noticed his 1 I 1 C. Patten. 4T--TF--C 1 truck was on fire. He stopped  , _ New Subarus t his truck and determined the FOR RENT-- Cozy one fire had started somewhere in Over 50 Available . bedroom cabin in West i Newbury. Wood and gas • the middle of the load of | horses. The Wells River Fire  • All Models • All Colors  heat. $200 plus. Call 802429- 2t73. 1 T--12-20--C Department responded and t Top $ alfred For Your Trade-In.' j - brought the fire under control. • • • but the horses were burned up  Rim Small -- PORI & eLAStiC CM,   l FOR RENT-- 3-room office L I g00Sergeant's suite in Bradford. Available in the fire• So was Goodwins W ¥     i,mi, | January 1st. Call The Blake truck body. The entire loss. - '  Area • Agency, 802-222-4070. 4T--I. including 170 horses and the t .c J the pet care eo v 12--(' body came to over $5.000.  e  .-. " IFIEDS ] FOR SALE-- Sofa and matching chair. 1 year old, rust-brown tweed. $300 or best offer. Call 802-222-9642 ask for Dana O'Donnell. 2Tl 2-29--NC FOR SALE-- Formica top kitchen table with 4 high back kitchen chairs. $50. Call 802-222-9642 ask for Dana O'Donnell. 2T--12-29--NC FOR SALE-- Kelvinator refrigerator• Apartment size $75. Call 802-222-9642 ask for Dana O'Donnell. 2T--12- 29--NC FOR SALE-- Bureau and dresser w-mirror. $50 for set. Call 802-222-9642 ask for Dana O'Donnell. 2T--12- -9--NC PECANS--- 1982 crop. Large Stnarts in shell. 5 lb. box $15.95. 10 lb. box $25.95. Shipping daily, price in- cludes postage. J.L. Jaeol; P.O. Box 433, Nohunta, Georgia 31553. 6T--1-17-- WALKERS, JOGGERS, RUNNERS  Top of the line motorized treadmills and heart rate monitors. Call for information or demon- stration. (802) 476-7510. 4T--I 2-29--CW FREE-- To a loving home. 4- month-old male puppy, X,2 Cocker, ,2 terrier, house trained. Call 802-429-2173 M- r after 5; S. & S. anytime. 4T--1-10--C II I Ill II I ANTIQUES Purchased (One Item Or Complete Estate) APPRAISALS Made (For Insurance Or Estate Purpose) AUCTIONS Conducted (Licensed & Bond.d Throbghout New England) Tents Rented If Booked In Advance Archie Steenburgh  :  Auctioneer &* Appraiser Haverhill, N:H , 1603-989-569() I I I Illll I lll • I I I I I Montbello Street Woodsville, Nil 0:1785 (;03-747-2000 BROKER: Albine A. Leuthold 747-3372 List No. 269--Want a real nice home at an unbelievably low price? This very comfortable 7 room home boasts 4 bedrooms, a new FHW baseboard heating system. Wiring and plumbing m ex- cellent condition.., within walking distance to stores- a real buy at $22,000. List No. 367--Vermont--"Mini Estate" -- 1898 out- standing victorian house with carriage house on 1.5 acres + or -. Excellent condition, total of 8 rooms, 4 bedrooms, lV baths. Oil heat  blown insulation, manicured grounds. 2 car garage under carriage house . . . small town at- mosphere in beautiful Vermont country. $65,000 -- owner financing available. List No. 30--Century old home with great possibilities makes this a nice starter or retirement home -- 2 bedrooms, 1 bath. Picturesque view, con- venient location. Offered at $26,900. "FREE BROCHURE UPO FARMS-HOUSES-ACREAGE MOST OF OUR LISTINGS CAN BE OWNER-FINANCED No. 4428--Newbury, nice 2 bedroom, 10 yr. old home, 5% acres, Scotch Hollow Road. $39,500.00 No. 440--East Corinth, 3 bedroom Cape with at- tached barn on 2+ acres with brook; home with business potential. $42,000. No. 4403--Wells River, fully rented 3 apt. house. Good condition, excellent investment. $45,000.00 (Ask for the rent figures.) No. 4448C-- 10.0 acres, Newbury Village, $11,000. No. 4191 -- 78 acres, Bath, NH, $49,500; farmland and woods, 1 mile frontage on road and river. No. 4228F--19.1 acres. Newbury, $6,685. wooded: owner financed. No. 4344 -- Monroe, Completely renovated schoolhouse (Just like new) 2 bedrooms, large living room -- one acre, beautiful views -- excellent buy, $45,000. No. 4485-- Rough building on 12 acres, Maplewood, Topsbam, $9,500. No. 4409A -- House, barn, 5 acres, pond, Danville, Vt., $59,000. Additional acreage available. No. 4502 -- Newbury, Excellent 4 bedroom, 2 bath, Fireplaced living room on 5 beautiful acres. 10 years old, private drive, accessible to everything, FMHA financed. Asking $49,000. No. 4228D -- 12.7 acres, Newbury, $4,340 wooded; owner-financed. THOMAS REALTY,0000 .- December 20, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 21 Troopers busy with thefts, drunks The Eastside A vehicle operated by Mary Farm in Bradford. The vic- Trooper Jennings reported Vermont State Bisson of Woodstock, Vt., tim, Alfred Jennings of that the horses were wooden been involved while traveling south on Massachusetts, indicated an rocking horses that he was range of criminal Interstate 91 in Fairlee went old wood stove and two an- transporting for sale. ion. Someof out of control, spun in a circle tique wooden beds were ations and court and hit guard rails, damaging carried off. Dean Hatch of S. Ryegate's written involve her CJ Jeep on the right side Ford Escort caught $3,000 items: and underside. The in- Cars operated by Dorothy worth of damage recently operated byKeven vestigation by Constantine Benner of Wilder and Stuart when he swerved to avoid a Weodsville was pointed to icy roads and poor Hunt of Thetford came 0eer while traveling on Route on Route 5 in roadability of the Jeep. together on Academy road in 5 near Wells River Village at and struck Thetford Hill recently. 2:11 a.m., when he crossed the and a tree. Constantine was in- Trooper First Class Howard opposite lane and left the road. 18, suffered a vestigating a case of breaking Atherton said Benner backed He descended a near-vertical over the eye and his and entering at a camp in W. onto the road and collided with bank and landed on a railroad extensive front- Newbury owned by Rev. the Hunt car which was track approximately eight and severe Atwater. The padlock was traveling south. There was feet below the road. The the right side. The broken and it appeared that minor rear end damage to vehicle straddled the tracks a total loss. nothing was taken, bothcars, for 250 feet, before coming to Class Howard ' rest. said the mishap Teresa Fritscka of Fairlee Vehicle operator Sarah Hatch was transported to l:15a.m.,Dec. 12. suffered no injury, when her Robison of Newport, Vt. was Cottage Hospital by passer- vehicle, a Honda, slid out of injured earlier in the month shy. control in a circle, and struck when her Mercury Bobcat, a telephone pole. The roadway which was going south on was slush-covered at the time. Interstate 91 in Newbury, left FOR SALE [,.,S tred to the U .=,g nt residence recently River to investigate a _zgi. nt of unlawful a BlresPonded to a South 1 Bradford residence to IT gate a disorderly .j, Complaint that oc-  front of a residence 11:27p m ,on Dec. 11. r Jaime C----nstantine .llEt!gating a three-car lWr m the P&C parking l1r.adford, a car parked !rtha Pease of afford dnll:.e.parked by Kathleen n,,- I" of Corinth and a third tt Parked at'the store by : Masure of Fairlee, all m2 ltogether as the result of it,7ul driver in the Pease children left in the At a new home being con- structed in Groton, Jack Thomas reported a breaking and entering, plus grand larceny as the result of unknown persons kicking in the front door of the home and removing several items, among them a chain saw, propane light, gas stove and other things, The matter is presently under investigation by Constantine. the road and struck several trees. She was taken to Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital with facial cuts and a possible back injury. Her husband was not injured. m AUCTION NOTICE He also responded to an Elm street, Wells River residence to investigate a threatening phone call, placed by someone in San Francisco, Cal. The victim said she received the call from her son at about 2:30 in the morning and told her Another accident Atherton responded to was in Thetford on Route 244 involving Claude Clarke of Post Mills. He suffered facial lacerations and his vehicle suffered extensive frontend damage, when he lost control on a corner, left the road and hit a fence and tree. He was trmsported by am- bulance to the Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital. Gasoline was reported stolen from several Jennings is looking into gas • stealing in Corinth, after receiving a report that unknowns were siphoning off gas from parked vehicles. Approximately 25 gallons had been taken from the Corinth area on a regular basis and residents there were warned to be on the lookout for this type of activity. A vehicle owned by a teacher at Thetford Academy received a broken window last week during the night of Dec. 10. After the window was smashed, the car was put into neutral and rolled down a hill. There was no damage during the roll and total damage was assessed at $100. Trooper Jennings was busy with multiple charges in Post NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARING There will be a meeting for the purpose of presenting a proposed budget for the operation of Orange County for the ensuing year, at the Orange County Courthouse in Chelsea on the Monday, January 24, 1983 at 10:00 A.M. The proposed budget will contain items for the operation of the Courthouse, the Lock-up, the Sheriff's office and residence and the Bradford District Probate Court. Proposed use of revenue sharing funds will also be discussed at that time. Dated at Chelsea, Vermont, this 13th day of December, 1982. Jackson T. Webb Assistant Judge, Orange County PUBLIC NOTICE As required by general revenue sharing regulation, the Town of Corinth has filed Bureau of Census form RSgE for the collection of general revenue sharing for the year ended December 31, 1981. A copy of this form with supporting documentation is available for public inspection at the town office in Cookville on Monday, Tuesday or Friday's 9-12 and 1-4. John G. Learmonth, Jr. Treasurer l I lllll lllll l l CLA FOR SALE-- Beautiful, ornate chunk stove, Star No. 8. Patented 1851. $100. Call evenings 802-439-5572. TF-- 12-2ff--N C FOR SALE-- $10 will buy ou a Hoover Electric room, as is. After 5 802-439- 5572. TF--I 2-20--NC FOR SALE-- G.E. Electric broom, as is $15.802-439-5572 after 5. TF--12-20--NC FOR SALE-- Refinished oak dining chairs, ready to use. Mint condition. $120. for pair.  802-439-5528. TF-- 12-20---NC MOTOR OIL-- All kinds, cars, tractors, heavy duty equipment, farm, com- mercial use. Lowest prices in the area. By case lotonly. Additional discount for lots of 10 cases or more. Stop by and see Bradford Oil first. Route 5 and 25, Bradford. 802-222-5251 or 603-787-6391. TF--12-8--C 75 TON PRESS--- 16" Radial Saw, 4 Spindle Drill, 10 HP Air Compressor, 10' Brake, 36" & 52 Shears, Kick Punch, Bandsaw, Metal Lathes -- 12", 15" & 18", Vert. & Horz. Mills. Tel: 617- 373-9777. 3T--12-20--C WORTH THE DRIVE! Harrington's Red Loft Fabrics, Rtes. 2 & 15, W. Danville, Everyday 10-5 (including Sunday). Large fabric selection, very low prices. 3T--12-20--CW PARTY--Youngsters climb aboard ,s Engine 2 during last weekend's Children's muas Party held at the fire station. It was a to start the she would be dead within a travel backwards week. themselves between The victim advised Con- and Masure cars. stantine that the caller vehicle suffered seemed to be heavily in- to both sides, toxicated at the time of his ightly threat. the right side and vehicle was Earlier in December, damaged on the Constantine investigated a break at the Old Jennings sATr00s OUR ItEALTIt | LEON FAY, M.D. Valley Health Center ;ed ltl/- East Corinth, Vt. ! s rash as all parents know is an all too common af- x infancy It causes tmrental anxiet and frustration :ais°btvious disc0-mfort for the ehild.YThe underlying ,' he increased sensitivity of the infant s skin in , d particularly in the groin area where the skin i '..' re and moisture are higher than other parts of the ,-- ath .-- . . en more so when a draper m worn. These factors ,lbine with friction (kicking, walking), feces, urine nWaterproof diaper covering to produce skin a f the measures which can be taken to help prevent a v: lem include: ",.:.age of diaper shortly after becoming soiled. ible avoidance of elasticized legs on diapers. !ng of the diaper area well -- especially after a !eraent -- but gently. fliapers should be washed in mild detergent soap thoroughly. 0 r., when a rash develops, it is usually in one of two X£ti.gs one setting is in th=e children who have a m' ltion to such conditions as: D,_hea with scaliness also about the scalp, armpits AT of the neck and ear. R,aqUSis v.- t common settin is in those whose problem arises . rom wearing a diaper. These include a rash from 748itating effects of feces (especially with diarrhea), .'  heat. A rash can at times be caused by the mite bies. When the skin's defenses break down, there is Unity for actual infection such as from bacteria i. tment of diaper rash depends upon: I Iizing the factors which facilitate further skin , H#ll a. These may include frequent diaper changes, l[lll tff, whenever possible, diapers or diaper covers, ointments and powders for drying and re-emphasized that diaper rash can occur even scrupulous home care. Sensitive skin, family mere presence of diapers are the key factors. Often frustrating and unpredictable. For- usually to be a temporary prompt proper home care. informnti to ina'N the public's undtond Wide odve for q:iflc, ivkk] i II FOR SALE Sheepskins, $15 and up. Hanover Cobbler, 1979 DA;rSUN 210-- 4D FOR SALE-- 1974 Dodge 5 Allen Street, Hanover. Wagon, 44,000 miles. Dart, 4 door V8 automatic, Open Monday-Friday, B- power steering, new tires, 5:30; Saturday, 9-5; Wed- $3500.00. Harold's Repair battery and exhaust. $700. nesdayevenings 'til8. 4T--I- : Shop, 17 Farwell St., Barre, 802-22')-5270 days or 802-222- .........  Vt. 802-479-0170. 4T--12- ..... " 5782 evenings. TF--I 2- 20---NC FABRICS-- Huge new shipment !Prints calicos, lr'[=-l-m[|]ililI][4ql 1979 CHEVROLET washable woolens & many -- PICKUP-- 6 cyl., 8 ft. body other new items -- all at very LOW PRICES (we make the BEST PRICES EVER-- with cap. 4 custom rims and drive worth it). Harrington's Over 60 homes in stock. New 4 regulars with 4 new winter Red Loft Fabrics, Rtes. 2 & Oakbrook, 14 ft. wide, 2 tires. Running boards, stereo bedroom, pitched roof, -- many other extras. $4,500 15, W. Danville everyday $15,495. New Windsor, 3 or best offer. Call 802-222- (including Sunday) 10-5, bedroom, house-type roof 9642. Ask for Dana O'Don- 3T--12-20---CW and siding, 6 incli walls, nell. 2T12-29---NC microwave, stereo, bow window, dishwasher, plus i It [g']['_I 1 k  fill i [{] many other options, $26t995. Excellent used 14 ft. wide, 2 bedroom, furnished,$10,495, l/l:(W-'ll00K*l|[q:l ,.,o.m o, # mlcao. o mmA .  ,,==J=,m Over 12 used 14 ft. wide as .... u;-'tw, mmmmmme{¢ well as new homes on ONAULOWANCIOFWSt AIIIIATIDPITO811N popular event With area "youth. In foreground is display. Used single STATEOFVT theH°ticeh°byoivonth=theC°mprlm'°fCurmncy, WashinStono D. C., 2029, has IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF 6.  granted welminary conditiol apWovot to an Bradford fireman Gene Martin. bedroom General $2,995. rod* Two bedroom, Pacemaker, peoeaTE COURT FOR THE Ap¢¢ion to form New Bradford Nofioonl automobiles parked at the Mills. He said a motor vehicle $3,995. Three bedroom, 01S;C0F k, Bmor, 0nme C*, Vorm,m Atkinson home in Newbury accident was investigated in Lancer, $6,995. Four To the heirs at low  aU persons 05033, for the prpose of f=ilitating the interestod in tba Estate of G, Harold acquhifionofthotorgetbonklistedbelow. recently. Trooper Atherton is that town and a charge of bedroom, Catalina, $7,995. Sinclair, iota of drd, in said Dhlrict, investigating the larceny reckless driving lodged. Many more. Mitch's Mobile d: Furtr noti¢a is Qh that Applkotlon has complaint. Damage caused during the Homes, Rt. 10, Woodsville, v am ifled thet a i.m in- tmSatoCo¢ro,oroCnty N.H. 603-747-3376. 4T--29--- smm t_€lmod June 24th, 1982, and for his coment to o merger of The Bradford accidentbetween theam°untedtwo vehiclest° $3300and "m   ,ha tat wl, and =ion, I ,,k, rlfor, Ver 05033, said onsad has heon vth New Btndford Notional Bo, Brndford, The ice freezer at the nt to the Probate Court for the V'mont 05033, ude the charter of New Bradford Mini Mart was bent a victim's lawn. The operator i_lillttlN1Kl[il[gl st of Bford by Harold E. [:irk and Dtdford Nffion[Bonkgl ththetitlsThe the other day, when Robert of one vehicle was charged e A. Fisk, with a petition ruti Bradford Nofiorl Bank. The @pli¢tion s Merritt of E. Corinth pulled with careless and negligent GOLDEN RETRIEVER r, of. or.¢eptedforfllingNevembor17,]982. The hearing thereon hm hem into the Mini Mart parking lot operation, leaving the scene of PUPS-- Registered, shots,   v of .r, 9s3 ms n:.  ,ed n. to .. and swerved to avoid another an accident and driving on a wormed, ready December ¢all:00A.M. atthelWlaeOrt, Weih 1828 (c) of the Floral lmsit lmmme Act vehicle that had started to suspended or revoked license. 23. $200. 802479-0434. 4T--12-  to w.,|f any  nmhe**,Ri*' v,tmm, you =my ,,r tm and and$raN,rrof5 the of rccyR,lmions02 c of thas).c'Th hack up. He struck the ice The second operator is being Z-.-43W vy the said insure shld nl be nice will apltor wNkly on the sam days, freezer, causing minor charged with driving with a oltowed as the Last Will and Testonmnt of beoinningWndneY,D°cember1,1982and the ded. mg WedeesdoL December 29.1982. damage and none to his 1976 suspended or revoked license i  L I edthh Istafmbor/1',?. Chevrolet. and a third person is charged Is/Rene N.  Any person desiring to comment on either the with careless and negligent WANTED-- U.S. and Ger- interim notional lumk pition or the woerlconsolidation pl¢otion y do so ltelmulh Brown, from operation, man war relics of all types. ]2/8-13-20 submittiwwrittmcomm,efstotOirglor, Connecticut. reported to After 5 p.m 802-485-8198. Sank Oronr, ofion and Smture Division, Atherh)n that someone had Jennings issued a court 4T--I-5--CW " lli=[kqr_llk[e]li[]  Comp?rol( of the y, 490 L'Enfont Im, S, W., Whinetan, D. C. 20219 withia removed at least one-half cord summons to a 37 year old S. 21 duys of the ato of the bst Wkion of ll01E Of MIAIIIN$ this notice. The blk fib is availoe for of wood from his place on Ryegate person who was road. The car hit a. fence, ON ALLOWANa Of WILL inspection in the Regionot Offica, Comptrol Stage Coach road in Newbury. charged with driving "while injuring the occupants and ST&TEOFVNT of the Cuvnency, 8thFIoat, Neri'Pla, 470 IN THE MATT1ER OF 114E ESTATE OF Lira L Atlantic Ave., Boston, Moss. 02110. It is being termed a larceny, intoxicated in Newbury. causing the vehicle to suffer a r total loss. They were treated m0tTE COURT FOR THE De¢orl, 1982 Warren E Shettini reported Dusty C. Carter, 18, of Wells at Cottage Hospital. ommooF SrooordNatn ao . To the heirs at bw and all pro'sam Brodford, Vormont 05033 to Trooper Atherton that River received fractures on interested in the Estate of Laura R. Alger, New Bradford Notional Bmlc someone had removed a his arm and a passenger An 18-year old Wells River e°ffire, insidDisWs"Ldeeammd* Brodfor,Wwmor05033 You am outified that a w in- 1211,8,13,20,&29 quantity of tools from his pick- female suffered a dislocated youth was cited by Trooper stnmmt ¢mt J no, 98, and up truck, while parked at his shoulder in Groton, after the Jennings with driving while  to be th. tm wi and residence in S. Ryegate. It is vehicle in which 'they were intoxicated, after he was in a m,m of mid ¢,a has t,m IMltd tO t Probo Cou for the • under investigation, riding at ll p.m. onTuesday, motor vehicle accident on DistricofBrodfordbyO. FoyAllon, Jr., WANTED TO BUY Dec. 7. heading west on Route Dec. 7 in Groton. |*a., with a itifi requestinQ lrdte And to complete Atherton's 302 lost control and left the . 100 cow dairy farm. week, Valerie Erno of Thet- The 0  has Vershire ..n"'  for th* ,Tth day of , stocked and equipped or ford told him she left her car man ,,. m lO,OO  at the  court, bare. parked on a pullout on Route Welb Rim', Vmt. You ly  BOX 161 132 near the Thetford and CHELSEA-- Recent cases guilty to a charge d driving  and them t, show €,  you may be, vy the said instrument sh(d BARTON, VT. 05733 Norwich town line after it heard before, the Orange with a suspended license.  be ot m  trot Will ad developed mechanical County District Court include Tatalddeoll. problems. When she returned the following: Timothy Ward Ann Myers of Fairlee Dotodthis6thdm/ofDonher,982. i , k | to pick up the vehicle a day of Vershire was fined $180 pleaded not guilty to charges ts/.v and one-half later, she found it after being found guilty in that of advertising plans to raffle 12/la-20.29 WANTED-- Vermont land, fror/tage on Class 3 road, had been vandalized, court of driving while in- property in Fairlee. She was 1-,--- -----=-----=--l'lrt'4h-Ild[ll]llli;ka'll toxicated. He was cited in released on her own personal twenty fields, acres sugar Trooper Michael Jennings  Chelsea on Oct. 20. recognizance. 5TATEOFVRa0m mapm with 2500 tap paten- grabbed a 23-year-old resident mVlOCmm tial. J.O. Dept. 22. Brad- of Thetford and charged him A Fairlee resident, William Jeffrey Oakes. of Woodsville msmco ardfl, 55. ford, Vt. 05033. 8T--12- To the Creditors of the Estate Of Nelson 27--PD with driving while intoxicated. Hayward was found guilty pleaded guilty of driving with t. 8oycalotaofCorintb.=*s. Jennings said the person, who after pleading guilty to a suspended license in Har- JannetteMoxwellondViroinioldeilof was summoned into Chelsea driving with a suspended tford and was fined $I00. ,fo, Vermont heeeby stes that th have been appointod personal FOR RENT Court to answer charges, license and was fined $250 for t of   sote. lt nearly smashed into his State the offense which oceurred in Wayne Tildon of Thofford tors haviW ¢1. ,inst the ,.va Police cruiser while at Fairlee. was sentenced to one day in mtme or, renl to as the claim in AVAILABLE FOR IM- witin 9 within four rtfl ter the dote f MEDIATE occupancy. A one Thefford Hill. the Woodstock Correction  rt pkatn orm to  above and a two bedi-oom a_rt- Kevin Sawyer of Strafford Center after being found sa r,tiv, o tha above Ronald Goodwin of W. was released on a conditional guilty of disorderly conduct in orms or to tha *¢star of the ote ment. Both with bath, wall to ¢,a at wei evor, V,rmt, or said wail. carpeting, kitchen Burke suffered a $3,000 loss discharge after pleading not White RiverJunction. doimwiUlmforevorbortL appliances. Heal, lights, hot WEed ,t Bdo s 10th day of wate2, gas, and rubbish earlier in the month, when a cmer, 1982. removal included in rent. load of wooden horses he was D..o.40oo Od.O JemetteMezweil carrying were burned. The II W j2  dVlrieedeil Security deposit required. horses were stored, 170 of TE MONTdN o P,n,w No children or pets m this them, in the rear of his Ford  112,,0-29-1,5 weU managed bdildis[. Mt. Gardner Apts., 43 Central police he was traveling down , (IP) f9-4121 " ' [ YOUR  ,mm 787-6280 or 787-6355. Edward Interstate 91 and noticed his 1 I 1 C. Patten. 4T--TF--C 1 truck was on fire. He stopped  , _ New Subarus t his truck and determined the FOR RENT-- Cozy one fire had started somewhere in Over 50 Available . bedroom cabin in West i Newbury. Wood and gas • the middle of the load of | horses. The Wells River Fire  • All Models • All Colors  heat. $200 plus. Call 802429- 2t73. 1 T--12-20--C Department responded and t Top $ alfred For Your Trade-In.' j - brought the fire under control. • • • but the horses were burned up  Rim Small -- PORI & eLAStiC CM,   l FOR RENT-- 3-room office L I g00Sergeant's suite in Bradford. Available in the fire• So was Goodwins W ¥     i,mi, | January 1st. Call The Blake truck body. The entire loss. - '  Area • Agency, 802-222-4070. 4T--I. including 170 horses and the t .c J the pet care eo v 12--(' body came to over $5.000.  e  .-. " IFIEDS ] FOR SALE-- Sofa and matching chair. 1 year old, rust-brown tweed. $300 or best offer. Call 802-222-9642 ask for Dana O'Donnell. 2Tl 2-29--NC FOR SALE-- Formica top kitchen table with 4 high back kitchen chairs. $50. Call 802-222-9642 ask for Dana O'Donnell. 2T--12-29--NC FOR SALE-- Kelvinator refrigerator• Apartment size $75. Call 802-222-9642 ask for Dana O'Donnell. 2T--12- 29--NC FOR SALE-- Bureau and dresser w-mirror. $50 for set. Call 802-222-9642 ask for Dana O'Donnell. 2T--12- -9--NC PECANS--- 1982 crop. Large Stnarts in shell. 5 lb. box $15.95. 10 lb. box $25.95. Shipping daily, price in- cludes postage. J.L. Jaeol; P.O. Box 433, Nohunta, Georgia 31553. 6T--1-17-- WALKERS, JOGGERS, RUNNERS  Top of the line motorized treadmills and heart rate monitors. Call for information or demon- stration. (802) 476-7510. 4T--I 2-29--CW FREE-- To a loving home. 4- month-old male puppy, X,2 Cocker, ,2 terrier, house trained. Call 802-429-2173 M- r after 5; S. & S. anytime. 4T--1-10--C II I Ill II I ANTIQUES Purchased (One Item Or Complete Estate) APPRAISALS Made (For Insurance Or Estate Purpose) AUCTIONS Conducted (Licensed & Bond.d Throbghout New England) Tents Rented If Booked In Advance Archie Steenburgh  :  Auctioneer &* Appraiser Haverhill, N:H , 1603-989-569() I I I Illll I lll • I I I I I Montbello Street Woodsville, Nil 0:1785 (;03-747-2000 BROKER: Albine A. Leuthold 747-3372 List No. 269--Want a real nice home at an unbelievably low price? This very comfortable 7 room home boasts 4 bedrooms, a new FHW baseboard heating system. Wiring and plumbing m ex- cellent condition.., within walking distance to stores- a real buy at $22,000. List No. 367--Vermont--"Mini Estate" -- 1898 out- standing victorian house with carriage house on 1.5 acres + or -. Excellent condition, total of 8 rooms, 4 bedrooms, lV baths. Oil heat  blown insulation, manicured grounds. 2 car garage under carriage house . . . small town at- mosphere in beautiful Vermont country. $65,000 -- owner financing available. List No. 30--Century old home with great possibilities makes this a nice starter or retirement home -- 2 bedrooms, 1 bath. Picturesque view, con- venient location. Offered at $26,900. "FREE BROCHURE UPO FARMS-HOUSES-ACREAGE MOST OF OUR LISTINGS CAN BE OWNER-FINANCED No. 4428--Newbury, nice 2 bedroom, 10 yr. old home, 5% acres, Scotch Hollow Road. $39,500.00 No. 440--East Corinth, 3 bedroom Cape with at- tached barn on 2+ acres with brook; home with business potential. $42,000. No. 4403--Wells River, fully rented 3 apt. house. Good condition, excellent investment. $45,000.00 (Ask for the rent figures.) No. 4448C-- 10.0 acres, Newbury Village, $11,000. No. 4191 -- 78 acres, Bath, NH, $49,500; farmland and woods, 1 mile frontage on road and river. No. 4228F--19.1 acres. Newbury, $6,685. wooded: owner financed. No. 4344 -- Monroe, Completely renovated schoolhouse (Just like new) 2 bedrooms, large living room -- one acre, beautiful views -- excellent buy, $45,000. No. 4485-- Rough building on 12 acres, Maplewood, Topsbam, $9,500. No. 4409A -- House, barn, 5 acres, pond, Danville, Vt., $59,000. Additional acreage available. No. 4502 -- Newbury, Excellent 4 bedroom, 2 bath, Fireplaced living room on 5 beautiful acres. 10 years old, private drive, accessible to everything, FMHA financed. Asking $49,000. No. 4228D -- 12.7 acres, Newbury, $4,340 wooded; owner-financed. THOMAS REALTY,0000