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." December 30, 1981-The Journal Opinion-Page 11  ....-.-1 (G. iki R! N.H. L151 William K. Arps, C.P.A. CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT Financial and Estate Planning Personal and Business Tax Preparation Newbury Village, Newbury, Vermont 05051 (802) 866-5923-4 MCCO00ICK p. FESSIONAL CORPO ,TION OF CERTIFIED PUiJC ACCOUNTANTS ita S. ROVIDE ALL LEVELS OF ACCOUNTING, Jm h N*w c[ RCIAL asult th I, UDITING, TAX. MANAGEMENT AND FINANCIAL -ANNING SERVICES. WANTED IN-tlOU OMFUlIR UN STREET 46 EASTERN AVE. ADFORD, VT. " ST. JOHNSSURY, VT. )2)222-5270 (802)748-4914 ,lain SL Bradford, Vt. 2224661 'omplete Appliance & TV Repair Senlice _ S00ems Inst0000 "----FOR SALE FORD, 03-353-9 E ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS i ELECTRICAL SUPPLY SALES STORE i WHIRLPOOL MAJOR APPLIANCES SHARP MICROWAVES i JENN-AIR RANGES Store located at 29 Central St. i WoodsviJle, N.H.  747-2722 i Bj 7 Ver 8000 families. Articles and features a ;tos 11o onus. ?OR MORE INFORMATION 802-222-5281 ! |lllllllHglgll|llllllllfllfl|mllllflflllllllllllllllllllfllllllillfllllllllll nized 0000eware of redhead00 nued from page I) confession or ritual combat '.elebrated dates between good and evil. was the time for Cleansing gave one a chance 0ps, the first step in for a brand new start. Spring  lagricultural cycle, to be housecleaning appears a amahs apparently relic of purification, which first, in 153 B.C., to used to take place before the t. 1 as the beginning beginning of the year. r. That was just one The din and racket we now ,A their numerous think we're making just for reforms aimed at fun and celebration-- the I:in's schedule agree blowing of party horns; the ie's cycles. But it tooting of car horns, the JY,,til the Gregorian ringing of bells, the banging of |the same one weuse pots and pans and, in some instituted by Pope places, the firing of guns--was 1582 that Jan. 1 originally meant to scare gain, wide ac- away low and evil spirits. e day s proximity Making a good start in the qi Lter solstice, when new year by resolving to  begin to lengthen, change something or "turning bgical beginning, over a new leaf" has been part '1 haggling over the of New Year's plans for ages. ' bration, however, Watching today's New Year's  ke the need or resolutions fall by the wayside New Year's events as the year progresses doesn't gnificant. The rites mean it was all for naugbt. p Pear's have long And to the Babylonians, the xPle make it through public humiliation and sub- ,t ",48" year in the best sequent reinstatement of the y-- whether it was king meant a new beginning out over evil, for him, even if it did reduce T'a good crop or him to having his nose eath in the family, tweaked andhis ears boxed. ---- have tried to The culmination of the t1 | the common festivities, it is thought, was early New Year's the celebration of new birth (802)  B around the world with feasts and the restoration  determined that of order. Even the ancient ,  e I l we do today to Greeks carried a baby around 'ngm actually seem to in a basket as a symbol of the & t lin the past. new year long before we ever ervit! n suggested that thought of parading a young tSsive drinking one with the year printed on d. with some New hisdiaper. irties is a relic of So, this New Year's Eve, as r.te disruption and the gray, decrepit man xed by primitive representing the old year !the end of each staggers out your door and the s weren't topsy- bright-eyed baby, the new Ould tbey make a year, bounces in, take a .RUG dth the beginning moment to reflect. As you BI r? stare into the punch bowl and New Year's Day review the past 365 days, look ntests on the to the future, 'too. In a could very well thousand years, others might rd, V 'i day remnant of be staring into a punch bowl, ancient prac- wondering how people !r clensing or celebrated a new year in the  ough sacrifice, 1980s. ii STATE OF VERMONT -- STATE OF VERMONT -- ORANC. SUPERIOR COURT NOTRE TO CTOR$ COUNTY OF ORANC, ss. DISTRICT OF BRADFORD, 5S. Civil Action To the Creditors of the Estate of Ruby Jo Docket No. S 132-81 Oec Rutherford late of Hewbory, deceased. Gavin A. Reid of Newbury, Vermont BONNIE B. DAVIDSON hereby states that he hes been appointed a personal representative of the above estate. v$ PAUL M. OAVID$ON SUMMONS AND OLDER FOR PUIILICAnON To the above-named Defendant: YOU are hereby summoned to defend an action brought in the Orange Superior Court, to be held at Chelsea, County of Oranpe and required to serve upon John Morale, Esq., intiff's attorney, whose udess is 28 Main Street, Wells River, Vermont, an answer to plaintiff's complaint in the above entitled action within 41 days after the date of first publication of this summons, which is January 26, 1982. If you fail to do so, udgment by dafau t wi I be taken against you for the relief demanded in the complaint. Your answer must also he filed with the court to be held at Chelsea, County of Orange. Plaintiff's action is based on complaint to recover a dgment against the defendant. A copy of the complaint is on file and may he obtained at the office of the Clerk of this Court, Chelae, Vermont. It appearing from the affidavit duly filed in the above-eatitled action that service cunnot be mode with due diligence by any of the methods prescribed in VRC.P.4 (d) through (f) inclusive, it is hereby ORDERED that seice of the above process shell be mode upon the defendanl, Pout M. Oovidsan, by publication pursuant to V.R.C.P. (4 (d) (1) and) 4 (d). This order shell be published once o week for three consecutive weeks on December 16, 198], December 23, 1981, and December 30, 1981 in the JeenBI lelen, o newspaper of general circulation in Orange County, and o copy of this order shall be moiled to the defendant, Paul M. Davidsan, if his address is known. Doted at Chelsea, Vermont, this 10th tloy of December, 1981, Hilton H. Dier, Jr. Burton W. Spooner Auhmnnt Judea 3T-12116.23.38 /I / :l[efzlll  [,] l [,]:!t STATE OF VERMONT ORANGE COUNTY, SS. DISTRICT COURT OF VERMONT UNIT V, ORANGE CIRCUIT DOCKET NO. 113-11-81 -Oec WOODSYRLI GUARANTY SAV1NGS DANK dllAtO g. CLEMENT, at el SUMMONS AND ODm FOI SERV 8Y PUBLICAllON To tim ebeve-onmed Defend/t: YOU are hereby summoned to defend on octian brougM in the Dtrict Court of Vermont, Unit No. V, Oanga Circuit, to be held at Chelsea, County of Orange, and required to serve upOn Ottermon aad Alice, P.C., Plaintiff's attorney, whose address is Main Street, Bradford, Vermont, an onswor to Plaintiff's complolnt in the obeve entitled action within 41 days after the date of first Ix/oficatian of this sunmans, which is December 16, 198t. ff you fail to do so, judgment by default will be taken against you fat the relief demanded in the complaint. Your answer must ulso be filed with the court to be haid at Chelsea, County of Orange. Plaintiff's action is to collect sums owed on a promissory note and check in the amount of One Thousand Eight Hundred Eighty-Two Dollars and Seventy-Seven Cents ($1,882.77) together with interest and costs. A copy of the complaint is on file and may he obtained at the office of the Clerk of this Court, Chelsea County Courthouse, Chelsea, Vermant. It appeorlag from the Affidavits duly filed in the above entitled action that service cannot be made with due diligeme by any of the methods prescribed in V.R.C.P.4(d} through (f) inclusive, it is hereby ORDERED thet service of the above process shall be made upon the Defendant Gerald H. Clemem, by poblicofion pursuant to V R.C.P. 4(d) (1) and 4(g). Tbls Order shall be publb once a weak for three consecutive weeks on December 16, 1981, December 23, 1981, and December 30, 1981, in the Jwnl Opbbn, o newspaper of general circulation in Orange County. and a copy of this Order shall be moiled ta the Defendant, Gerald H. Clement, if his address is known. Dated at Chelsea, in the County of Orange and State of Vermont this 8th day of December, 1981. Paul F. Hudson swl o 3T-12/16-23-30 STA. OF vERmin MOTICE 10 CIqTOBS DTRICT OF BRADKD, SS. To the Creditors of the Estate of A. Niles Southworth late of West ridee, deceased. Paul S. Douglass of 20 Core Street West Springfield, MA 01089 hereby states that he has been appointed a personal representative of the above estate. All creditors having deems against the above estate are required to present the claim in writing within four months after the date of the first publication hereof to the above personal representative at the above address or to the Register af th Prohete Court at Walls River, Vermont, or said claim will be forever barred. Dated at Wells River this 7th day of December, 1981. Paul S. Dougtoss Frml IhqN.esentattvo 3T-12/16-23-30 All creditors having claims against the above estate are required to present the claim in writing within four months after the dote of the first publication hereof to the above personal representative at the above address or ta the Register of the Probate Court at Wells River, Vermont, or soid ctoim will be forever barred. Doted at Nowbury this 18th day of December, 1981 rd A. Ilald Penmwl lqqm.mmothm vln A. ld, l. kx 141, Muwbery, Vmnt 05051 12/23-30-1/6 NOl'la OF NIHN 011 ALLOWANa OF WILL STATE OF VERMONT IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Ibdlmrt W. s PROBATE COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF ilmderd To the heirs at low and all persons in- terested in the Estate of Herbert W. Schlichting, late of West Faidee, in said District, daceosed: You are notified that o written instromeot doted October 24, 1979, and prporfing to be the Last Will and Testarrmnt of said deceased has been presented to the Probate Court for the District of Bradford by Katherine N. Scblichting, with a petition requesting Prohele thereof. The heating thereon has been scheduled for the 25th day af January, 1982 at 10:00 a.m. at the Probate Court, Wells River, Vermont. You y appear then and there to show cause, ff any you mey have, why the soid instrument should not be albwed as the Lost Will and Tostomem of the deceased. Doted this 17th day of December, 1781. I sl Re N. Vigaeau 12/30-1/6-13 STATK OF VERMONT NOTICE TO COITO0S DISTRICT OF Brudford, SS. To the Creditors of the Estate of Elea, or Sue Williams late of Thntford, Vermont, deceased. Heather Williams Winkler of 322 West Wayne Street, Lime, Ohio 45801 hereby states that she has been appointed o personal represeatative of the above estate. All creditors having claims against the above estate are required to present the claim in writing within four months after the date of the first publication hereof to the above personal rewesenteti at the obeve address or to the Register of the Prebote Court et Bradford, Vermont, or said claim will be forever barred. .. Dated at Lim, Ohio this lOth clay of December, 1981 II*mkec Irmlder s psmms 3T- 12116-3-SU NOTla OF NILMH ON ALINta OF WILL STA OF 11 IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE O'F I F. Lead PROTE U R THE DISTRICT OF Bmdbd To the heirs at low and all Wsons in- terested in the Estate of Eleanor F. Losell, late of N, in said District, deceased: You ore notified that o written instrument dated June 30, 1977, and purporting to be the Last Will and Testament of said daceosed has been presented to the Probate Court for the District of Brudford by Andrew Jarrell, with a petition requesting Probate thereof. The hearing thereon has been scheduled for the 121  f.Jqr, !92 at  1,30 a.m. at ho Probate CoUrt, W . Vermont. You umy oppoer th ond there to shew cause, if a  may heve, why the said instrument should not be ullawed as the Last Will and Testomeot of tho daceesed. Doted this 8th day of December, 1981. ;sl RenaN. Vigeeou 3T-12116-23-30 i l:[rr_,l NOTICE OF HKAmNG ON AtLOWANU OF WILL $TA11 OF YERMOW[ 114 THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Fr, imcis by= PROBATE COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF gmdnl To the hairs at low and oil persons in- terested in the Estate of Francis Keyes, late of Newbory, in said District, deceosod: You ore notified that o written instrument dated May 18, 1972, and Irino to be the Last Will and Testamem of said deceased has been presented to the Probate Court for the District of Bradford by Louise M. Keyes, with a petition requesting Probate thereof. The hearing thereon has been scheduled for the 26th day of January, 1982 at 11 =30 a,m, at the Probate Court, Waits River, Vermont. YOU iy appeor them and there to show ceasa, if any you may have, why the said instrument should nat be UlloM os the Lost Will and Testament of the deceased. Dated this 17th dey of I)eclber, 1981. Is/Rend N. Vioneou 12/23-30-t 16 ,_ The day the army took over Poland (continued frompage 1) television had said that all and the road to school had gatherings of any kind--the been blocked by the Military. exception was Religious 5:30 P.M.-7:30 P.M. Services--were banned. -- "l spent two hours at St. However, the Cathedral itself There will be a meeting for the purpose of presenting a proposed budget for the opera tEen of Orange County for the ensuing year, at the Orange County Courthouse in Chelsea on the 25th day of January, 1982 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 21st day of December, 1981. Jackson T. Webb Burton W. Spooner ASSISTANT JUDGES, ORANGE COUNTY PROPOSED STATE REGULATIONS EXPLANATION FOR CITIZENS By law, every proposed relofion mst be published in on abbreviated notice form on a weakly hesis in selected newspapers in the stole. The purpose of publishing these regulations is to give you a chance to respond, orally or in writing. The low also says the agency must hold a public hearing an a proposed regulation if 25 persons or an association having at least 25 members requests it in writing. To get o copy of o rule or rnQke suggestions to the agency, call or write the cuntor.t person 5sted he!ow for each rulation. You con also make comments tO the Legislative Committee which reviews regulations by contacting the Legislative Committee on Administrative Rules, State House, Muntpelier, VT 05602 (taiophone: 828-2231 ). .' PARKS DIVISION RULES AND REGULATIONS AND SCHEDULE OF FEES AND CHARGES Vermont Proposed Rule 81 -P107 AGENCY: Forests, Parks and Recreation FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Edward J. Koenemann, Director of Porks, .Deportment of Forests, Parks and Recreation, Agency of Environmental Conservation, 79 River Street, Heritage II, Montpelier, VI" 05602. Phone: 828-3375. 0 NOTICE TO ALL PERSONS RESIDING IN HOUSEHOLDS RECEIVING AID TO NEEDY FAMILIES WITH CHILDREN ("ANFC") BENEFITS, IN WHICH ONE OR MORE HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS RECEIVED SUPPLEMENTAL SECURITY INCOME ("SSI") BENEFITS DURING THE PERIOD OF )tPRIL l, 1975 THROUGH JUNE 3, 1976 ("JOINT ANFC-SSI HOUSEHOLDS") : 1. As a result of a court decision in the case of Switser v. Wilson, Washington Superior Court, Docket No. $241-78 WnC, a class action, you are entitled to a retroactive payment of ANFC benefits, to compensate for an underpayment of benefits to your household during the above period of time. I f you are (or were) an submit a claim for retroactive payment of the ANFC benefits to which you are entitled by contacting the nearest office of the Vermont Department of Social Welfare (listed below). 2. Claims for retroactive ANFC benefit payments in accordance with the court's decision may be sub- mitted, even if you do not currently receive ANFC benefits. 3. If you have any Questions about the Court's Order, or the procedures for claiming retroactive ANFC benefit payments, you may contact the nearest office of the Vermont Department of Social Welfare, or Vermont Legal Aid, Inc., or Walter M. Morris, Jr., Esq., Plaintiffs' attorney, at Vermont Legal Aid, Inc., One Prospect Avenue, St. Johnsbury, Vermont 05819 (Telephone Number is: 802-748-8721). 4. Offices of the Vermont Department of Social Welfare are located at: 107 North Main Street Barre, Vermont 05641 ( 828-2786 ) 20 Main Street Newport, Vermont 05855 ( 334-6504 ) I Veterans Memorial Drive Bennington, Vermont 05201 (442-8541) 9 Merchants Row Rutland, Vermont 05701 ( 775-5594 ) 232 Main Street Brattleboro, Vermont 05301 ( 254-8751 ) 39 Pearl Street Burlington, Vermont 05401 (864-0251) Upper Fairfield Street St. Albans, Vermont 05478 (524-9571) 42 Eastern Avenue St. Johnsbury, Vermont 0581 (748-3148) Anthony's Church where I was was jammed-packed with Holiday Drive 197 Union Street in a choir which was Polish people who were not White RiverJunction, VT05001 Springfield, Vermont05156 presenting the Messiah. The about to be intimidated. One of (295-7507) (885-5771) choir was missing a third of the members of the choir was it's people. Polish radio and a Polish soldier who risked HarreIStreet 97MacDonough Drive __ being jailed for two years for Morrisville, Vermont 05661 Vergennes, Vermont 05491 tYflly"l" tJ 2 going A.W.O.L. Walking back (888-4291) (388-0729) from the concert, I noticed (877,3161) WS] /I Sldiers stpping Plish ears Ne and searching every square inch of the autos. "! allended a party in q= honor of the Choir at the mATE oF Ileby J, bflrferd British Council. No ox waa m 4" STATE OF VERMONT a very partying mood and all . PROBATE COURT conversation centered on the (continued from page I ) DTRCT Of Bradford, ss. To all intorested persons: days events. People left early ticular has felt the burden of WiERm, application has been mode to   ; and fr g OOd re$On" Curfew federally iospired but lOCally this Court by the A'inistretor Ixayin. forlicense and authority tO sell all of the per- re " was in effect from 1o P.M. till paid for gulations, said $onbl estate and all real estate of Ruby Jo 6 A.M. Gregg. "The costs of special Rutherferd, late of Newbury, to wit.. Post Script education, for example, under Homaplace consisting of house, outbuildings and six acres d lord, re or less, loceted on "This morning, Monday, P.L. 94-142 has put some New Brock Hill ond all persormlproportylocotedin Trend-setters -- everything from l went by Solidarity Hampshire school districts on hemeplo representing to said Court that it would be beneficial to sail said real and popular sayings to new fashions, Headquarters and it was the verge of bankruptcy, sanel estate and convert the same into con be found in the neWSl:)oper, deserted, save for the dozen forcing the curtailment of ey Even the comics ore responsible heavily-armed militia stan- education benefits," ac- EReuo, this Court hos ossigned the 261h day of January, 1982, at the Probate for many popular sayings. Good ding guard outside, cording to Gregg. Office in Wells River, at 11 o'clock in the grief, Charlie Brown -- newspo- "Talking to Poles and "The Congress has too often forenoon, to hear and decide upon said pars even include news of latest Foreigners for the past 24 passed laws with good in- Olllcetian, on dordatedpoblicnoticothereof be given to all persons interested therein, by hair styles, hours, the biggest frustration tentiov.s but has not had the pSshing said erda, togither with the time that emerges is the lack of courage to accept the political and piece of hing, thr ws suc- cesslwly in the Jrl .., o newsW] conlmunication. No one knows consequences of raising taxes which circulates in the neighborhood of those SMILES what is going on. Noone. to pay for these programs, persons interested in said estate, allofwblch Wrong Cure "The queslion that ira- This has forced local cam- publications shall be previous to the dgy "Well, Doc, you sure kept mediately com to my mind munities and states, often 0sslenedfarhring. I#ERIFOSE, you are hereby notified to your promise when you said is two fold: against their will, to follow appear before said Court, at the time and you would have me walking in "'l. Will all the reforms of federal law and also pay for it. xe ossied, to k yr ebitinm ta the granting of such license, if you see cause. a month." the past Ifi months be swept This bill, the State and Local GIVIINIIMDERXYlIAND. '"Good, I'm glad to hear away.and, Government Cost Act, is a at Wells River in said District, that." "2. What form or substance, first step in the direction of this t8thdayofDecembor, t981. I sl Reno N. Vigoeou "Yeah, I had to sell my car if any will Solidarity takeonce changing this irresponsible b* when I got your bill." the dust sel ties?" practice," said Gregg. 12/30-1/6-13 C ' LASSIFIEDS TEXAS REFINERY CORP. offers PLENTY OF MONEY us cash bonuses, fringe nefits to mature individual in Bradford-Woodsville area. Hegardless of experience, write A. T. Sears, Pres., Texas Hefinery Corp, Box 711, Fort Worth, Texas 76101. ITI2-* :,0--'" WANTED-- Stitchers and stitcher trainees. We have immediate openings for ex- perienced stitchers and inexperienced persons who are interested in learning to stitch. Apply Emgee Inc., ('helsca, Vt. 802-685-7722. 4- 15--tf--c DOG BOARDING-- Reasonable rates, personal care, heated kennel, in- dividual runs, stereo music, hours by appointment. Gisela Clogston, West Corinth, 802- 439-6261.8Tl-27-82--p BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY Exclusive dealership for MAGNETITE in- terior storm windows are available. Johnson & Dix, southern Vermont exclusive distributor is looking for qualified dealer applicants. Available territories in five southern counUes. MAGNETITE, 100 percent acrylic magnetic interior storm windows are far superior to traditional glass windows. Reasonable cost, good looking, quick installing, easy maintenance and rapid pay back insure enthusiastic response. Dealerships earn good profit margins. An initial investment of $6,000 to $8,000 is required. Ideal candidate will have existing business and wish to expand. For informaUon, write to Johnson & Dix Box 247 Ascutney, Vt. 05030 WANTED-- Old or Antique Fishing Equipment and old or used books on hunting or fishing. Maccals Antique Salon, Fairlee, Vt. 802-333- 9210. tf--8-19--c WANTED-- Used or old decoys, old hooks on hunUn and fishing. Write Box 454 Bradford, Vt. 05033. Tf--nc WANTED-- Engine to fit 1976 Subaru. Must be in good running condition and inex- pensive. Call 802-222-9028 anytime, tf--i 1-18--.__ WAN.TED-- Littleton Pay Scout Troop 209 needs uniforms and rope. Please call Scout Master John Pilgrim. 603-444-2033 or 444-5988. tf--11- 25nc OFFSET PRESS-- AB Dick. Model 326. Prints up to 8 x 14" sheet with counter and other controls. The press comes with a supply cabinet which is used as a stand for thepress. It also has a al .- holder cabinet. Agoo ,ri - ting press. $850. Firm 3 II before 5 p.m. 802-222-5281. tf--! 1-18--p MOBILE llOMES-- End o( 60', set up for wood heater, extra clean $8995. 1 bedroom efficiency home, very eom- fortable. $2995. Over 50 homes to choose from. Mitch's Mobile Homes, Rt. 10, Woodsviile. 603-747-3376. 4T--1-13--c MOBILE HOMES--- Several homes for rent or partial financing available. Both homes all set up in quiet park in Woodsville. 603-747-3335. 4T--i-I:F-c / m000[ol[d =l ErATE OF Reby J Ibtlrlenl STATE OF VERMONT PROBATE COURT DISTRICT OF BRADFORD, . To all interested persons: WiIEIIfJ, said Court has assigned the 26th day of Janue next, fec examining and allowing the account of the Special Administrator of the Estate of said Ruby Jo Ruthenord, late of Newbu/, and for a decree of the residue of said Estate to the lawful claimants of the som, ond ordered that public notice thereof be given to all persons interested in said Estate oy publishin 9 ths order three weeks successively, previous to the day assigned, in the Jml  o newspaper published at Bradford in said District. 111EREFOIIE, you ore herohy notified tO oppeor at the Probate Office in Wails River ot 11 a'clack in the farenOon, then and there ta contest the allowance of said account if you see cause, and to establish your right os heirs, legatees and lawful claimants to mid residue. Gi1[N WIWEIt MY AHD, this 18th day of December, 1981. /sl RenaN. Vigneou J=bo 12/30-1/6-13 FOR RENT-- 3 room apar- tment. Newly redecorated. Stove and Refrigerator. Heat and hot water furnished. Security and references. 603- 747-2006. 8T--2-3-- AVAILABLE FOR IM- MEDIATE occupancy. A one and a two bedroom apart- ment. Both with bath, wall to wall carpeting, kitchen ap- pliances. Heat, 1 ht hot water, gas, am r ibish removal included in rent. Security deposit required. No children or pets in this well nanaged -building. Mt. Gardner Apts., 43 Central St., 'Woodsville, N.H. Tel. 787-6280 or 787-6355. Edward C. Patten. 4--tf---c AVAILABLE DEC. 1-- 2- bedroom farmhouse located in East Corinth. Situated on 4 acres of land with 1 car garage. $275 monthly. No utilities, no pets. References required. For more in- formation call 617-468-4970. 8T! 2-30--c j Martha H. Davies "REAL ESTATE At Thetford Pha rmacy East Thetford, Vt. 05043 (802) 785-2849 Member Vt.-N.H. MLS The Opera Block Apartments W00DSVILLE-NEW HAMPSHIRE We are now seeking applicants for our waiting list for the Opera Block Apartments... Attractive one and two bedroom apartments for the elderly (02 years or more) or permanently handicapped. Eligible tenants will pay no more than 25 percent of their income for rent. For further information telephone collect Area Code 802-748-8235. We now have available one apartment ready for in- mediate occupancy. Northern Communityl Management Corporation P.O. Box 432 St. Johnslmry, Vermont 05819 This housing is available to all without regard to race, color, religion, or national origin. I& REAL. ESTATE AGENCY...___ George E.Quig Frank Corbett No. 42/4 - Old'farmhouse on 7 acres, Newbury, $36,500; with" 47-acres $57,500. NO. 4502A -- 10 acres, Bradford, $5,300; wooded and on Chase Hallow Road. NO. 4361A- 10 acres, Neury, $6,900; good vkwS; wooded;  H|'s LOhe. NO. 43691B -- 45 acres, Corinth, VT., $13,S00; brooks, good growing and mature tiner, good for investme'  rKreetion; owner may take back mortgage. He. 4382|-- IU acres. 8reWord, $5,000; good far recreation home; wooded wh brook, NO. 4394 -- Meblle heine on 15 acres, Newbury, $19,500. 2,3 acres allure land. NO. 4313D -- 3 acres, Pike Hill, Corinth, $S,300. Good house site. VALLEY ASSOCIATES OFBRADFORD 21 21 North Main Street Bradford, Vt. 802-222-5.544 ,i "[o h Otth e Inck,=..ndofly Ow.ed A,d Operated" A NEW YEAR'S RESOLUTION IT Tile SUNSillNE GREET YOU! Enjoy the beautifully restored interior of this Vermont cape. French doors ld to a private patio surrounded by trees and a stonewall terraced lawn. Priced at $56,000 A GRACIOUS IIOME set in a picturesque village. Beautiful rooms with Victorian charm look out on tree shaded lawns. Two fireplaces are surrounded by in- terior workmanship Vermont craftsmen are famous for. Priced at $55,000 IMMACULATE, WELL-MAINTAINED HOME. Features include oak floors, custombuilt pine cabinets, fireplace with three flues, fieldstone entryway. Con- venient to shopping, schools, and churches. Priced at 150,00o I Montbello Street Woodsville, Nil 03785 603-747-2900 BROKER:  ASSOC! ATES Albine A. l,euthold nL Paul Mayette 787-6270 Robert Dupuis 747-2531 List No. 2b;i-- Charming ranch home on 1.5 acr/s 4- or - 2 bedrooms. ! bath-living room has beautiful stone fireplace. It' x 23' family room with dining area. Insulated and easy to care for .. electric and wood heat -- large deck overlooking mountains and town. Full basement  2 story detached barn. $38,000. List No. 288--- At the edge of a small town, in pleasant location this 3 bedroom home is presently being remodeled-- will be fully insulated and available for immediate possession. Owner financing possible, if necessary. $23,000 q ." December 30, 1981-The Journal Opinion-Page 11  ....-.-1 (G. iki R! N.H. L151 William K. Arps, C.P.A. CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT Financial and Estate Planning Personal and Business Tax Preparation Newbury Village, Newbury, Vermont 05051 (802) 866-5923-4 MCCO00ICK p. FESSIONAL CORPO ,TION OF CERTIFIED PUiJC ACCOUNTANTS ita S. ROVIDE ALL LEVELS OF ACCOUNTING, Jm h N*w c[ RCIAL asult th I, UDITING, TAX. MANAGEMENT AND FINANCIAL -ANNING SERVICES. WANTED IN-tlOU OMFUlIR UN STREET 46 EASTERN AVE. ADFORD, VT. " ST. JOHNSSURY, VT. )2)222-5270 (802)748-4914 ,lain SL Bradford, Vt. 2224661 'omplete Appliance & TV Repair Senlice _ S00ems Inst0000 "----FOR SALE FORD, 03-353-9 E ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS i ELECTRICAL SUPPLY SALES STORE i WHIRLPOOL MAJOR APPLIANCES SHARP MICROWAVES i JENN-AIR RANGES Store located at 29 Central St. i WoodsviJle, N.H.  747-2722 i Bj 7 Ver 8000 families. Articles and features a ;tos 11o onus. ?OR MORE INFORMATION 802-222-5281 ! |lllllllHglgll|llllllllfllfl|mllllflflllllllllllllllllllfllllllillfllllllllll nized 0000eware of redhead00 nued from page I) confession or ritual combat '.elebrated dates between good and evil. was the time for Cleansing gave one a chance 0ps, the first step in for a brand new start. Spring  lagricultural cycle, to be housecleaning appears a amahs apparently relic of purification, which first, in 153 B.C., to used to take place before the t. 1 as the beginning beginning of the year. r. That was just one The din and racket we now ,A their numerous think we're making just for reforms aimed at fun and celebration-- the I:in's schedule agree blowing of party horns; the ie's cycles. But it tooting of car horns, the JY,,til the Gregorian ringing of bells, the banging of |the same one weuse pots and pans and, in some instituted by Pope places, the firing of guns--was 1582 that Jan. 1 originally meant to scare gain, wide ac- away low and evil spirits. e day s proximity Making a good start in the qi Lter solstice, when new year by resolving to  begin to lengthen, change something or "turning bgical beginning, over a new leaf" has been part '1 haggling over the of New Year's plans for ages. ' bration, however, Watching today's New Year's  ke the need or resolutions fall by the wayside New Year's events as the year progresses doesn't gnificant. The rites mean it was all for naugbt. p Pear's have long And to the Babylonians, the xPle make it through public humiliation and sub- ,t ",48" year in the best sequent reinstatement of the y-- whether it was king meant a new beginning out over evil, for him, even if it did reduce T'a good crop or him to having his nose eath in the family, tweaked andhis ears boxed. ---- have tried to The culmination of the t1 | the common festivities, it is thought, was early New Year's the celebration of new birth (802)  B around the world with feasts and the restoration  determined that of order. Even the ancient ,  e I l we do today to Greeks carried a baby around 'ngm actually seem to in a basket as a symbol of the & t lin the past. new year long before we ever ervit! n suggested that thought of parading a young tSsive drinking one with the year printed on d. with some New hisdiaper. irties is a relic of So, this New Year's Eve, as r.te disruption and the gray, decrepit man xed by primitive representing the old year !the end of each staggers out your door and the s weren't topsy- bright-eyed baby, the new Ould tbey make a year, bounces in, take a .RUG dth the beginning moment to reflect. As you BI r? stare into the punch bowl and New Year's Day review the past 365 days, look ntests on the to the future, 'too. In a could very well thousand years, others might rd, V 'i day remnant of be staring into a punch bowl, ancient prac- wondering how people !r clensing or celebrated a new year in the  ough sacrifice, 1980s. ii STATE OF VERMONT -- STATE OF VERMONT -- ORANC. SUPERIOR COURT NOTRE TO CTOR$ COUNTY OF ORANC, ss. DISTRICT OF BRADFORD, 5S. Civil Action To the Creditors of the Estate of Ruby Jo Docket No. S 132-81 Oec Rutherford late of Hewbory, deceased. Gavin A. Reid of Newbury, Vermont BONNIE B. DAVIDSON hereby states that he hes been appointed a personal representative of the above estate. v$ PAUL M. OAVID$ON SUMMONS AND OLDER FOR PUIILICAnON To the above-named Defendant: YOU are hereby summoned to defend an action brought in the Orange Superior Court, to be held at Chelsea, County of Oranpe and required to serve upon John Morale, Esq., intiff's attorney, whose udess is 28 Main Street, Wells River, Vermont, an answer to plaintiff's complaint in the above entitled action within 41 days after the date of first publication of this summons, which is January 26, 1982. If you fail to do so, udgment by dafau t wi I be taken against you for the relief demanded in the complaint. Your answer must also he filed with the court to be held at Chelsea, County of Orange. Plaintiff's action is based on complaint to recover a dgment against the defendant. A copy of the complaint is on file and may he obtained at the office of the Clerk of this Court, Chelae, Vermont. It appearing from the affidavit duly filed in the above-eatitled action that service cunnot be mode with due diligence by any of the methods prescribed in VRC.P.4 (d) through (f) inclusive, it is hereby ORDERED that seice of the above process shell be mode upon the defendanl, Pout M. Oovidsan, by publication pursuant to V.R.C.P. (4 (d) (1) and) 4 (d). This order shell be published once o week for three consecutive weeks on December 16, 198], December 23, 1981, and December 30, 1981 in the JeenBI lelen, o newspaper of general circulation in Orange County, and o copy of this order shall be moiled to the defendant, Paul M. Davidsan, if his address is known. Doted at Chelsea, Vermont, this 10th tloy of December, 1981, Hilton H. Dier, Jr. Burton W. Spooner Auhmnnt Judea 3T-12116.23.38 /I / :l[efzlll  [,] l [,]:!t STATE OF VERMONT ORANGE COUNTY, SS. DISTRICT COURT OF VERMONT UNIT V, ORANGE CIRCUIT DOCKET NO. 113-11-81 -Oec WOODSYRLI GUARANTY SAV1NGS DANK dllAtO g. CLEMENT, at el SUMMONS AND ODm FOI SERV 8Y PUBLICAllON To tim ebeve-onmed Defend/t: YOU are hereby summoned to defend on octian brougM in the Dtrict Court of Vermont, Unit No. V, Oanga Circuit, to be held at Chelsea, County of Orange, and required to serve upOn Ottermon aad Alice, P.C., Plaintiff's attorney, whose address is Main Street, Bradford, Vermont, an onswor to Plaintiff's complolnt in the obeve entitled action within 41 days after the date of first Ix/oficatian of this sunmans, which is December 16, 198t. ff you fail to do so, judgment by default will be taken against you fat the relief demanded in the complaint. Your answer must ulso be filed with the court to be haid at Chelsea, County of Orange. Plaintiff's action is to collect sums owed on a promissory note and check in the amount of One Thousand Eight Hundred Eighty-Two Dollars and Seventy-Seven Cents ($1,882.77) together with interest and costs. A copy of the complaint is on file and may he obtained at the office of the Clerk of this Court, Chelsea County Courthouse, Chelsea, Vermant. It appeorlag from the Affidavits duly filed in the above entitled action that service cannot be made with due diligeme by any of the methods prescribed in V.R.C.P.4(d} through (f) inclusive, it is hereby ORDERED thet service of the above process shall be made upon the Defendant Gerald H. Clemem, by poblicofion pursuant to V R.C.P. 4(d) (1) and 4(g). Tbls Order shall be publb once a weak for three consecutive weeks on December 16, 1981, December 23, 1981, and December 30, 1981, in the Jwnl Opbbn, o newspaper of general circulation in Orange County. and a copy of this Order shall be moiled ta the Defendant, Gerald H. Clement, if his address is known. Dated at Chelsea, in the County of Orange and State of Vermont this 8th day of December, 1981. Paul F. Hudson swl o 3T-12/16-23-30 STA. OF vERmin MOTICE 10 CIqTOBS DTRICT OF BRADKD, SS. To the Creditors of the Estate of A. Niles Southworth late of West ridee, deceased. Paul S. Douglass of 20 Core Street West Springfield, MA 01089 hereby states that he has been appointed a personal representative of the above estate. All creditors having deems against the above estate are required to present the claim in writing within four months after the date of the first publication hereof to the above personal representative at the above address or to the Register af th Prohete Court at Walls River, Vermont, or said claim will be forever barred. Dated at Wells River this 7th day of December, 1981. Paul S. Dougtoss Frml IhqN.esentattvo 3T-12/16-23-30 All creditors having claims against the above estate are required to present the claim in writing within four months after the dote of the first publication hereof to the above personal representative at the above address or ta the Register of the Probate Court at Wells River, Vermont, or soid ctoim will be forever barred. Doted at Nowbury this 18th day of December, 1981 rd A. Ilald Penmwl lqqm.mmothm vln A. ld, l. kx 141, Muwbery, Vmnt 05051 12/23-30-1/6 NOl'la OF NIHN 011 ALLOWANa OF WILL STATE OF VERMONT IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Ibdlmrt W. s PROBATE COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF ilmderd To the heirs at low and all persons in- terested in the Estate of Herbert W. Schlichting, late of West Faidee, in said District, daceosed: You are notified that o written instromeot doted October 24, 1979, and prporfing to be the Last Will and Testarrmnt of said deceased has been presented to the Probate Court for the District of Bradford by Katherine N. Scblichting, with a petition requesting Prohele thereof. The heating thereon has been scheduled for the 25th day af January, 1982 at 10:00 a.m. at the Probate Court, Wells River, Vermont. You y appear then and there to show cause, ff any you mey have, why the soid instrument should not be albwed as the Lost Will and Tostomem of the deceased. Doted this 17th day of December, 1781. I sl Re N. Vigaeau 12/30-1/6-13 STATK OF VERMONT NOTICE TO COITO0S DISTRICT OF Brudford, SS. To the Creditors of the Estate of Elea, or Sue Williams late of Thntford, Vermont, deceased. Heather Williams Winkler of 322 West Wayne Street, Lime, Ohio 45801 hereby states that she has been appointed o personal represeatative of the above estate. All creditors having claims against the above estate are required to present the claim in writing within four months after the date of the first publication hereof to the above personal rewesenteti at the obeve address or to the Register of the Prebote Court et Bradford, Vermont, or said claim will be forever barred. .. Dated at Lim, Ohio this lOth clay of December, 1981 II*mkec Irmlder s psmms 3T- 12116-3-SU NOTla OF NILMH ON ALINta OF WILL STA OF 11 IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE O'F I F. Lead PROTE U R THE DISTRICT OF Bmdbd To the heirs at low and all Wsons in- terested in the Estate of Eleanor F. Losell, late of N, in said District, deceased: You ore notified that o written instrument dated June 30, 1977, and purporting to be the Last Will and Testament of said daceosed has been presented to the Probate Court for the District of Brudford by Andrew Jarrell, with a petition requesting Probate thereof. The hearing thereon has been scheduled for the 121  f.Jqr, !92 at  1,30 a.m. at ho Probate CoUrt, W . Vermont. You umy oppoer th ond there to shew cause, if a  may heve, why the said instrument should not be ullawed as the Last Will and Testomeot of tho daceesed. Doted this 8th day of December, 1981. ;sl RenaN. Vigeeou 3T-12116-23-30 i l:[rr_,l NOTICE OF HKAmNG ON AtLOWANU OF WILL $TA11 OF YERMOW[ 114 THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Fr, imcis by= PROBATE COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF gmdnl To the hairs at low and oil persons in- terested in the Estate of Francis Keyes, late of Newbory, in said District, deceosod: You ore notified that o written instrument dated May 18, 1972, and Irino to be the Last Will and Testamem of said deceased has been presented to the Probate Court for the District of Bradford by Louise M. Keyes, with a petition requesting Probate thereof. The hearing thereon has been scheduled for the 26th day of January, 1982 at 11 =30 a,m, at the Probate Court, Waits River, Vermont. YOU iy appeor them and there to show ceasa, if any you may have, why the said instrument should nat be UlloM os the Lost Will and Testament of the deceased. Dated this 17th dey of I)eclber, 1981. Is/Rend N. Vioneou 12/23-30-t 16 ,_ The day the army took over Poland (continued frompage 1) television had said that all and the road to school had gatherings of any kind--the been blocked by the Military. exception was Religious 5:30 P.M.-7:30 P.M. Services--were banned. -- "l spent two hours at St. However, the Cathedral itself There will be a meeting for the purpose of presenting a proposed budget for the opera tEen of Orange County for the ensuing year, at the Orange County Courthouse in Chelsea on the 25th day of January, 1982 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 21st day of December, 1981. Jackson T. Webb Burton W. Spooner ASSISTANT JUDGES, ORANGE COUNTY PROPOSED STATE REGULATIONS EXPLANATION FOR CITIZENS By law, every proposed relofion mst be published in on abbreviated notice form on a weakly hesis in selected newspapers in the stole. The purpose of publishing these regulations is to give you a chance to respond, orally or in writing. The low also says the agency must hold a public hearing an a proposed regulation if 25 persons or an association having at least 25 members requests it in writing. To get o copy of o rule or rnQke suggestions to the agency, call or write the cuntor.t person 5sted he!ow for each rulation. You con also make comments tO the Legislative Committee which reviews regulations by contacting the Legislative Committee on Administrative Rules, State House, Muntpelier, VT 05602 (taiophone: 828-2231 ). .' PARKS DIVISION RULES AND REGULATIONS AND SCHEDULE OF FEES AND CHARGES Vermont Proposed Rule 81 -P107 AGENCY: Forests, Parks and Recreation FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Edward J. Koenemann, Director of Porks, .Deportment of Forests, Parks and Recreation, Agency of Environmental Conservation, 79 River Street, Heritage II, Montpelier, VI" 05602. Phone: 828-3375. 0 NOTICE TO ALL PERSONS RESIDING IN HOUSEHOLDS RECEIVING AID TO NEEDY FAMILIES WITH CHILDREN ("ANFC") BENEFITS, IN WHICH ONE OR MORE HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS RECEIVED SUPPLEMENTAL SECURITY INCOME ("SSI") BENEFITS DURING THE PERIOD OF )tPRIL l, 1975 THROUGH JUNE 3, 1976 ("JOINT ANFC-SSI HOUSEHOLDS") : 1. As a result of a court decision in the case of Switser v. Wilson, Washington Superior Court, Docket No. $241-78 WnC, a class action, you are entitled to a retroactive payment of ANFC benefits, to compensate for an underpayment of benefits to your household during the above period of time. I f you are (or were) an submit a claim for retroactive payment of the ANFC benefits to which you are entitled by contacting the nearest office of the Vermont Department of Social Welfare (listed below). 2. Claims for retroactive ANFC benefit payments in accordance with the court's decision may be sub- mitted, even if you do not currently receive ANFC benefits. 3. If you have any Questions about the Court's Order, or the procedures for claiming retroactive ANFC benefit payments, you may contact the nearest office of the Vermont Department of Social Welfare, or Vermont Legal Aid, Inc., or Walter M. Morris, Jr., Esq., Plaintiffs' attorney, at Vermont Legal Aid, Inc., One Prospect Avenue, St. Johnsbury, Vermont 05819 (Telephone Number is: 802-748-8721). 4. Offices of the Vermont Department of Social Welfare are located at: 107 North Main Street Barre, Vermont 05641 ( 828-2786 ) 20 Main Street Newport, Vermont 05855 ( 334-6504 ) I Veterans Memorial Drive Bennington, Vermont 05201 (442-8541) 9 Merchants Row Rutland, Vermont 05701 ( 775-5594 ) 232 Main Street Brattleboro, Vermont 05301 ( 254-8751 ) 39 Pearl Street Burlington, Vermont 05401 (864-0251) Upper Fairfield Street St. Albans, Vermont 05478 (524-9571) 42 Eastern Avenue St. Johnsbury, Vermont 0581 (748-3148) Anthony's Church where I was was jammed-packed with Holiday Drive 197 Union Street in a choir which was Polish people who were not White RiverJunction, VT05001 Springfield, Vermont05156 presenting the Messiah. The about to be intimidated. One of (295-7507) (885-5771) choir was missing a third of the members of the choir was it's people. Polish radio and a Polish soldier who risked HarreIStreet 97MacDonough Drive __ being jailed for two years for Morrisville, Vermont 05661 Vergennes, Vermont 05491 tYflly"l" tJ 2 going A.W.O.L. Walking back (888-4291) (388-0729) from the concert, I noticed (877,3161) WS] /I Sldiers stpping Plish ears Ne and searching every square inch of the autos. "! allended a party in q= honor of the Choir at the mATE oF Ileby J, bflrferd British Council. No ox waa m 4" STATE OF VERMONT a very partying mood and all . PROBATE COURT conversation centered on the (continued from page I ) DTRCT Of Bradford, ss. To all intorested persons: days events. People left early ticular has felt the burden of WiERm, application has been mode to   ; and fr g OOd re$On" Curfew federally iospired but lOCally this Court by the A'inistretor Ixayin. forlicense and authority tO sell all of the per- re " was in effect from 1o P.M. till paid for gulations, said $onbl estate and all real estate of Ruby Jo 6 A.M. Gregg. "The costs of special Rutherferd, late of Newbury, to wit.. Post Script education, for example, under Homaplace consisting of house, outbuildings and six acres d lord, re or less, loceted on "This morning, Monday, P.L. 94-142 has put some New Brock Hill ond all persormlproportylocotedin Trend-setters -- everything from l went by Solidarity Hampshire school districts on hemeplo representing to said Court that it would be beneficial to sail said real and popular sayings to new fashions, Headquarters and it was the verge of bankruptcy, sanel estate and convert the same into con be found in the neWSl:)oper, deserted, save for the dozen forcing the curtailment of ey Even the comics ore responsible heavily-armed militia stan- education benefits," ac- EReuo, this Court hos ossigned the 261h day of January, 1982, at the Probate for many popular sayings. Good ding guard outside, cording to Gregg. Office in Wells River, at 11 o'clock in the grief, Charlie Brown -- newspo- "Talking to Poles and "The Congress has too often forenoon, to hear and decide upon said pars even include news of latest Foreigners for the past 24 passed laws with good in- Olllcetian, on dordatedpoblicnoticothereof be given to all persons interested therein, by hair styles, hours, the biggest frustration tentiov.s but has not had the pSshing said erda, togither with the time that emerges is the lack of courage to accept the political and piece of hing, thr ws suc- cesslwly in the Jrl .., o newsW] conlmunication. No one knows consequences of raising taxes which circulates in the neighborhood of those SMILES what is going on. Noone. to pay for these programs, persons interested in said estate, allofwblch Wrong Cure "The queslion that ira- This has forced local cam- publications shall be previous to the dgy "Well, Doc, you sure kept mediately com to my mind munities and states, often 0sslenedfarhring. I#ERIFOSE, you are hereby notified to your promise when you said is two fold: against their will, to follow appear before said Court, at the time and you would have me walking in "'l. Will all the reforms of federal law and also pay for it. xe ossied, to k yr ebitinm ta the granting of such license, if you see cause. a month." the past Ifi months be swept This bill, the State and Local GIVIINIIMDERXYlIAND. '"Good, I'm glad to hear away.and, Government Cost Act, is a at Wells River in said District, that." "2. What form or substance, first step in the direction of this t8thdayofDecembor, t981. I sl Reno N. Vigoeou "Yeah, I had to sell my car if any will Solidarity takeonce changing this irresponsible b* when I got your bill." the dust sel ties?" practice," said Gregg. 12/30-1/6-13 C ' LASSIFIEDS TEXAS REFINERY CORP. offers PLENTY OF MONEY us cash bonuses, fringe nefits to mature individual in Bradford-Woodsville area. Hegardless of experience, write A. T. Sears, Pres., Texas Hefinery Corp, Box 711, Fort Worth, Texas 76101. ITI2-* :,0--'" WANTED-- Stitchers and stitcher trainees. We have immediate openings for ex- perienced stitchers and inexperienced persons who are interested in learning to stitch. Apply Emgee Inc., ('helsca, Vt. 802-685-7722. 4- 15--tf--c DOG BOARDING-- Reasonable rates, personal care, heated kennel, in- dividual runs, stereo music, hours by appointment. Gisela Clogston, West Corinth, 802- 439-6261.8Tl-27-82--p BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY Exclusive dealership for MAGNETITE in- terior storm windows are available. Johnson & Dix, southern Vermont exclusive distributor is looking for qualified dealer applicants. Available territories in five southern counUes. MAGNETITE, 100 percent acrylic magnetic interior storm windows are far superior to traditional glass windows. Reasonable cost, good looking, quick installing, easy maintenance and rapid pay back insure enthusiastic response. Dealerships earn good profit margins. An initial investment of $6,000 to $8,000 is required. Ideal candidate will have existing business and wish to expand. For informaUon, write to Johnson & Dix Box 247 Ascutney, Vt. 05030 WANTED-- Old or Antique Fishing Equipment and old or used books on hunting or fishing. Maccals Antique Salon, Fairlee, Vt. 802-333- 9210. tf--8-19--c WANTED-- Used or old decoys, old hooks on hunUn and fishing. Write Box 454 Bradford, Vt. 05033. Tf--nc WANTED-- Engine to fit 1976 Subaru. Must be in good running condition and inex- pensive. Call 802-222-9028 anytime, tf--i 1-18--.__ WAN.TED-- Littleton Pay Scout Troop 209 needs uniforms and rope. Please call Scout Master John Pilgrim. 603-444-2033 or 444-5988. tf--11- 25nc OFFSET PRESS-- AB Dick. Model 326. Prints up to 8 x 14" sheet with counter and other controls. The press comes with a supply cabinet which is used as a stand for thepress. It also has a al .- holder cabinet. Agoo ,ri - ting press. $850. Firm 3 II before 5 p.m. 802-222-5281. tf--! 1-18--p MOBILE llOMES-- End o( 60', set up for wood heater, extra clean $8995. 1 bedroom efficiency home, very eom- fortable. $2995. Over 50 homes to choose from. Mitch's Mobile Homes, Rt. 10, Woodsviile. 603-747-3376. 4T--1-13--c MOBILE HOMES--- Several homes for rent or partial financing available. Both homes all set up in quiet park in Woodsville. 603-747-3335. 4T--i-I:F-c / m000[ol[d =l ErATE OF Reby J Ibtlrlenl STATE OF VERMONT PROBATE COURT DISTRICT OF BRADFORD, . To all interested persons: WiIEIIfJ, said Court has assigned the 26th day of Janue next, fec examining and allowing the account of the Special Administrator of the Estate of said Ruby Jo Ruthenord, late of Newbu/, and for a decree of the residue of said Estate to the lawful claimants of the som, ond ordered that public notice thereof be given to all persons interested in said Estate oy publishin 9 ths order three weeks successively, previous to the day assigned, in the Jml  o newspaper published at Bradford in said District. 111EREFOIIE, you ore herohy notified tO oppeor at the Probate Office in Wails River ot 11 a'clack in the farenOon, then and there ta contest the allowance of said account if you see cause, and to establish your right os heirs, legatees and lawful claimants to mid residue. Gi1[N WIWEIt MY AHD, this 18th day of December, 1981. /sl RenaN. Vigneou J=bo 12/30-1/6-13 FOR RENT-- 3 room apar- tment. Newly redecorated. Stove and Refrigerator. Heat and hot water furnished. Security and references. 603- 747-2006. 8T--2-3-- AVAILABLE FOR IM- MEDIATE occupancy. A one and a two bedroom apart- ment. Both with bath, wall to wall carpeting, kitchen ap- pliances. Heat, 1 ht hot water, gas, am r ibish removal included in rent. Security deposit required. No children or pets in this well nanaged -building. Mt. Gardner Apts., 43 Central St., 'Woodsville, N.H. Tel. 787-6280 or 787-6355. Edward C. Patten. 4--tf---c AVAILABLE DEC. 1-- 2- bedroom farmhouse located in East Corinth. Situated on 4 acres of land with 1 car garage. $275 monthly. No utilities, no pets. References required. For more in- formation call 617-468-4970. 8T! 2-30--c j Martha H. Davies "REAL ESTATE At Thetford Pha rmacy East Thetford, Vt. 05043 (802) 785-2849 Member Vt.-N.H. MLS The Opera Block Apartments W00DSVILLE-NEW HAMPSHIRE We are now seeking applicants for our waiting list for the Opera Block Apartments... Attractive one and two bedroom apartments for the elderly (02 years or more) or permanently handicapped. Eligible tenants will pay no more than 25 percent of their income for rent. For further information telephone collect Area Code 802-748-8235. We now have available one apartment ready for in- mediate occupancy. Northern Communityl Management Corporation P.O. Box 432 St. Johnslmry, Vermont 05819 This housing is available to all without regard to race, color, religion, or national origin. I& REAL. ESTATE AGENCY...___ George E.Quig Frank Corbett No. 42/4 - Old'farmhouse on 7 acres, Newbury, $36,500; with" 47-acres $57,500. NO. 4502A -- 10 acres, Bradford, $5,300; wooded and on Chase Hallow Road. NO. 4361A- 10 acres, Neury, $6,900; good vkwS; wooded;  H|'s LOhe. NO. 43691B -- 45 acres, Corinth, VT., $13,S00; brooks, good growing and mature tiner, good for investme'  rKreetion; owner may take back mortgage. He. 4382|-- IU acres. 8reWord, $5,000; good far recreation home; wooded wh brook, NO. 4394 -- Meblle heine on 15 acres, Newbury, $19,500. 2,3 acres allure land. NO. 4313D -- 3 acres, Pike Hill, Corinth, $S,300. Good house site. VALLEY ASSOCIATES OFBRADFORD 21 21 North Main Street Bradford, Vt. 802-222-5.544 ,i "[o h Otth e Inck,=..ndofly Ow.ed A,d Operated" A NEW YEAR'S RESOLUTION IT Tile SUNSillNE GREET YOU! Enjoy the beautifully restored interior of this Vermont cape. French doors ld to a private patio surrounded by trees and a stonewall terraced lawn. Priced at $56,000 A GRACIOUS IIOME set in a picturesque village. Beautiful rooms with Victorian charm look out on tree shaded lawns. Two fireplaces are surrounded by in- terior workmanship Vermont craftsmen are famous for. Priced at $55,000 IMMACULATE, WELL-MAINTAINED HOME. Features include oak floors, custombuilt pine cabinets, fireplace with three flues, fieldstone entryway. Con- venient to shopping, schools, and churches. Priced at 150,00o I Montbello Street Woodsville, Nil 03785 603-747-2900 BROKER:  ASSOC! ATES Albine A. l,euthold nL Paul Mayette 787-6270 Robert Dupuis 747-2531 List No. 2b;i-- Charming ranch home on 1.5 acr/s 4- or - 2 bedrooms. ! bath-living room has beautiful stone fireplace. It' x 23' family room with dining area. Insulated and easy to care for .. electric and wood heat -- large deck overlooking mountains and town. Full basement  2 story detached barn. $38,000. List No. 288--- At the edge of a small town, in pleasant location this 3 bedroom home is presently being remodeled-- will be fully insulated and available for immediate possession. Owner financing possible, if necessary. $23,000 q