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Tmy'V'njr'mV'ip0mm1t'V yilf e-itseafra! 'V K Connecticut 0-1 chMEBRON NEW LISTING ' Excellent starter homtl Beautiful Ranch -" landscaped lot. Partially finishad rac toom, new carpeting. Country neighbor-' f""Wtf, elate to Manchester and Hartford. ' tall R A. To settle estate, only 157,500. -.-Ht.:c: C.R.A. as wi, ; onCONNECTICUT REALTY ASSOCIATES - Hekron Gram Hebron va 224425 Htfd.Aroa 449-5124 1A MARLBOROUGH, young 7 room bl-tevel - ,bM.ja beautiful Pilgrim Heights, formal "..iw . fining, 2 baths, f Irepleced family room, fa.! garages and mora. 173,900. Call Time nearly, itt-mi, MIDDLE HADOAM. Honeymoon Houtel " ni t5t, too buys thii contemporary restored -9 rr-rSroom, 2 story w- upstairs deck a den Isvw skylight, master bedroom, bath '.tl 'Jtear garage on I totally private acre; In -n.br, perfect condition. Just listed, don't mitt Itl Town a Country, Realtors, "Mi": ; ;H AiVSTIC: The Mansard style Is elegant in this Mystic mansion. Meticulous retto- 3Mrlon and custom accutraments blend rJtwifcr the best of living. Ask for Gloria " "Draifiui aaa atrm n...!.. a.u... wi Bwrey law TTft. pgaticy yy, wcangt. Ti SltTORRINGTOU Executive I room, 4 bed--. -- room, quality Colonial. 2 half bams, one 7 ' 'full bath. 2 electric eye garages, beautl-. x M (era. Private lalousied porch. Taste- ' ,fui decor throughout. Prestigious area, i. - yiu Equipped for formal dining and living ''''pleasure. tSOs. Cohan Agency, Ann S. , Cohen, 499-4490, 492-5503. WINCHESTER $49,900 and up. 3 bedroom . Jtancnes, rustically designed, in baths, therma llidar windows, miirh mAr n View and Highland Lake privlledges. Frank Marchattl, 419-1131. Century 21, ..,., k . KWLKeaiTy, on-vii. - .WOODSTOCK Builder's own home, con- viiifwi oi j dan dvx wiin cvnnrii evil Ings, spiral staircase, floor to ceiling fireplace, skylight, plus 3 bedrooms, 2 run oains, wan to wan carpeting. Many :TAn.fu,'om natures. t,wo. Burke Really, wwTne s71-271,e49-037, 1- Massachusetts 0-9 EAST SPRINGFIELD. 4 room Ranch, no cenar, large yard, excellent condition, .vf-el jrfssumabie ' mortgage, 136,000, ,o t (ua-j-a-aaai or aia-zw-aiaa. -ii npALMOUTH. Dock your yacht at your 4UOM doarstep. Deep water access to ocean. .t'.Ii a-iNo bridges. Nantucket Colonial offers . spacious living tor SI2S,000. Vineyard , i oauno neairy corp., .iz-mnuu. MOUTH. Cozy 2 bedroom Ranch, Close to town end ocean beaches. Mod- i ,-i .ernized 1 vear aao. Sunnv and brloht 3,900. Vineyard Sound Realty Corp., Vqrpnt ciJaletTi 0-17 CpALET for sale Mt. Snow area, 4 bed rooms, 2 acres, Indoor pool and tennis. wjiwu. tail wi-w days. S& VACATION PLACES '::Cdnhecticut P-l agjBETHLEHEM Cottage at Bethlehem lusXaka. Four rooms, two enclosed porch-4 mi,, furnished. Mid 130,000. Contact Rob- .jiteiT taett McLaughlin, 489-7933. EAST HADDAM- Lake Havward. Water. UfMnt 4 herfraftm tummer tioma. a. I5wVaae. 11 mortgage available. 170,000. iTrFred L. Rorebeck, agent, JW Lake u a" -anore Drive, i-7-B2. ''ELLINGTON. Crystal Lake waterfront ' -summer cottage, tour rooms plus sun- " percn overlooking laae. Log siding, . . -stove and refrigerator. Won't last long tromi .Mhlt reduced prlcel (49,900. Strano '.'imiBiintim 1 LYME, Point 'y Woods. 4 bedroom """cottage In excellent condition, dose to the beach. $89,90. Call Stonewood Real toj .! Eltate, 4344700. OLD4.YME. Excellent investment oppor- vm-oomitoolty, 3 family seasonal properly, 100 -.- ieuyaos trom sound view seech, one v hu targe modernized second noor apartment with views of the Sound, 2 apart- ynents on first floor- one needs flnlth- OWg. Fully furnished. 19,000 a year potential rental Income. Atklna 144.900. the Dunham Company Realtors, . , .StONINGTON HARBOR WATERFRONT. New condominiums with dock space dl i a ,o redly In front. 2 bedrooms, one with aum private balcony, lVi baths, air condl- s ,oned, an appliances. Defiant wood .:. a evtteve In large balconied living room ,.., texrerioeking harbor. 1)73,000, (i03X73-i5ll. WESTBROOK. Pilots Point. Custom built LC.3 bedroom brick Ranch, water view. - spacious living area, 2 baths, fireplace. owner will assist In financing. Charles sennaus tompany, whim, szi-ma, -TT Florida P-6 r'V!S5eoijESTTTeautmIi (k' l .auif1 or lease. W mln. to three beaches, 2 ,HjWa'oomv t run Bonn, screenw pano, ,, jw,, jecreation hail, large pool. Completely '.ij etuviWnlthed, minutes from PGA Head- Q 9 umnmn ana sen Keynwas meeTer, t'j'IrTaiie P-8 1K:"CAMP ON Sand Pond, Chestervlllo Maine. Accessible year round. Flthino, hunting, relaxation. Approximately 45 rrpium re maior ski areas, priced lII hfil-Call or write Guy Turmel, f !wKfcO I Uvermore Fells, Maine, 04234, teiepnone i-307-aT7-ni. Massachusetts P-9 MISQUAMICUT. Reduced to 155,000. 3 bedroom furnished year round home, v- -TT . Excellent Income. Oil heat. Will finance u -t i,'at.. Appointments only, Saturday, Oct. II from l-Spm. Exclusive. Beach- ombeiojncjMOwai ;;;,yennont. P-17 BRAND SPANKING NEW Chalet. Heart of ami VVVHII T. tajiutj IFVUIVMIIaj t Mm s - iirif F10drft working kltclttn, til appii- . area with brick tlraolace. Well to waN V,,,es. Private community, 4 seasons .erea. Trout pond, pool, tennis court. JrtfiBuNders model, many extras. Located G Jia)Y. Vt. border. Priced 359,500. Financ j , ipg avanepie. aiUM-JiTZ. -k: MOTLTOXJfiMS South Londonderry, minutes to Stratton. Magic t Bromley. I Mrm huge living rm kitchen with stove 4 refrig, utility rt, tiled bath, large entry way, porch 1 1 catvarage. 139,50. 2 bdrm. unit, 343,501. Juakon the merket-wonl last long. Frank runoerson Agency, Weston, VT, tvz-nna. LOTS AND ACREAGE Connecticut R-l ASHFORO. 19.4 acres, southern exposure, cleared and wooded, brook, pond site, 2 ar 3 lots. 335,000. Weeks Agency, ATTENTION BUILDERS. New subdlvt-,.11011. (Sew Britain. AH utilities. Close to tyf-M. Low IWs. Terms available. Char ter oat Realty, 44-1172, 444-1797, raami. AVON. Business toned tot. Call Red Car- pet- Lewis Agency, 543-0001. BOLTON: Birch Mountain Estate. Corner ' let, I acre, exclusive area, minimum house dlmtntlon. first floor, 1200- 1500 sq.n.swioa.449-5433. BOLTON Birch Mountain. 1-3 acre home sites tor finer homes. Bolton, srlvacv. Route 44-A, I acres. Andover, 2Vl private acres, trees, brook, owner financ ing. Lawrence r, Fiano, Realtors, BURLINGTON. Building tot. U acres, at heavily treed land. Area of quality name. Mixing snog. Meae an otter now. Townonouso Aitocletes 1-509-5533. CANTON 40 to 50 acres of beeutlM open and rolling land, views of the volley, nicely situated, dote to town. Atklna 1300,000. Call Helen Welnsteln, Compass w nnj, wis evw, vyyrn. CANTON. One building lot. 1.3 acres, j j - . j - . . . . . wvwiwnu ,vv cui-u-iac. wuuueu inosn.xx) ui im or 177-0410 COLCHESTER. Choice land. IVk, 1 3, i, 10 acres. 314,000-335,000. Call evenings COVENTRY Route 44-A, 7Vi Kres treed lend, long rood frontage, pottlble home, bull nest combination, survey. engineering evalleble. 327,300. The tiayes corp., aat-oiii COVENTRY: Approved building loll. Up to 4 Kres. Some with owner financing evalleble. 315,000 to 819,900. Fireside, 443-4319, 742-7334. CROMWELL. Unique offering with 4 Tcret born end corral. Call Mary Mace tor more particulars. Silas Deono ReeF 1 I ' Mt" Oaliery of Homes 5634735. ': ! CROMWELL. Buy now, build later on these beeutlful wooded building loti with city sewer In very detlreble area. For Information call Raffa Realty, Connecticut R-l COLUMBIA a VICINITY LOTS OF LOTS I. 5 acres, 312,750 2.0 acres, 315,000 1 acre, 315,000 5.2 acres, 535,000 II. 4 acres, 319,900 M acres, 314,500 0.5 acres, 324,000 1.3 acres, $15,500 5.3 acres, 323,500 3.9 Kres, 311,500 1.3 acres, 313,500 1.4 Kres, 314,000 55 Kres, 340,000 3.7 Kres, 313,000 2 acres, 312,000 20 Kres, 340,500 13 acres, 315,500 12 Kres, 313,500 10 Kres, 851,000 ZANOTTI REALTORS 04X1272 Junctions Rtt ail, 17 221-9415 DURHAM, one acre lot, beautiful view. mia ssrs, financing by owner, minimum down payment, low taxes, 32 mills. 349-9450. EAST HADDAM Moodut Section. 1.7 pri vate acres, surveyed ano approved building lot. Convenient to Moodut Center. Asking 329,000. The Dean Agen- cy i-ejae. ELEVEN ACRES, Zoned, Condominium, Duplexes, singles, two blocks from new Rte. St interchange. 4434514, 4444212. FARMINGTON A lot In lha Vlllaoe for , 329,900 with house to be built, your pin gr ours, ury sewer ano water. Call l Malpa, Compass Realty, a -wr, eves, e-eue. FARMINGTON. Rates going upl Owner win listen to terms and financing, 3vs Kres, to build your prlvete estate, $49,-000. Carm, 4734023. Service Agency, 473-3203. FARMINGTON 14 acres, area of corpo rate ottice. Near hm. Aimont Realty, 1-224-1974. FARMINGTON Well District. M acre building lot. sewer and underground utilities. Choice corner lot remaining. Priced at 329,000. Call Colonial Realty, 1-2254304. GLASTONBURY Acre building lot with uk ot roaa tromage in area or tine homes. Two miles Mlnnechoug Golf Course. CaH for detail!. Wm. R. Smith Realty m-4533. GLASTONBURY 1 Kre to 52 acres. We have much land available. Call for detain. Barnett- Bowman a Company, 433-3441. GRANBY Executive area with loll from 2 Kres up, fully engineered, privacy, woods, beautiful views, ttone walls and 30 minutes to Hartford- Springfield. Dick Roil, 451-4952, Sentinel, 451-3314 or 379-7505. Legate State of Connecticut, District of Hart ford, Probate Court, Town of Hartford, October 14, 1900. Present, Hon. James H. Kinsella, Judge. Upon the application of Elizabeth O. Sharp, Conservetor of the ESTATE OF ELIZABETH M. O'MEARA of West Hartford, in said District, an incapable person, for en order of tale of such Interest as incapable has in and to certain real estate particularly described In said application situated in the Town of Newington, It Is ORDERED: That said application be heard and determined in the rooms of said Court in the Municipal Building of the City of Hartford, 550 Main St., Hartford, in said District, on the 27th day of October, 1900 at 10:45 o'clock In the forenoon, end that public notice be given to ell persons interested in said estate to appear, if they see cause, and be heard thereon, by publishing a copy of this order in a newtpaper having a circulation in said District at leatt 7 days before the day set for said hearing. ( Certified from Record, FRANCES F. DILLON, Assistant Clerk. INVITATION TO BID AVON TOWN CLERKS OFFICE . ENERGY DEMONSTRATION UNIT The Town of Avon Is accepting sealed bid for the renovetlon of the Town Clerks Office for the Implimentation of energy conservation measures. Bids will be received aMha Selectmens Chambers, Avon Town Hall until 2:00 P.M., November 14, 1900. Drawings and Specification! may be obtained at the Town Engineer'! Office, Avon Town Hell, Avon, Connecticut 04001. fn'PHILIPSCHENCK, JR.;'. ' -.' i Town Manager NOTICE TO CREDITORS ESTATE OF ROBERT F. HOLDEN, late of Rocky Hill, dKeased. The Hon. Michael A. DellaFera, Judge, of the Court of Probate, District of Newington, has ordered that all claims must be presented to the fiduciary on or before Feb. 14, 1931, or be barred as by law provided. Certified from Record, ANNA MARIA FORNINO, Clerk. The fiduciary Is: Bernadttte C Holden 120 Forest St. ' Rocky Hill, Conn. NOTICE TO CREOITORS ESTATE OF DORIS F. MATASSA, late of Hertford, dKeesed. The Hon. James H. Kinsella, Judge, of the Court of Probate, District of Hertford, has ordered thai all claims must be presented to the fiduciary on or before Jan. It, 1931, or be barred as by law provided. Certified trom Record, FRANCES F. DILLON, Asst. Clerk. The fiduciary Is: v- Benedict J. Matatsa , 214 Freeman SI. Hartford, Conn. 04114 ' NOTICE TO CREDITORS ESTATE OF DAVID F. GOGGIN or DA VID GOGGIN, late of Watt Hartford. The Hon. James H. Kinsella, Judge, of the Court of Probate, District of Hartford, has ordered thet all claims mutt be pre sented to the fiduciary on or before Jen. 14, 1901, or be barred es by law provided. Certified from Record, FRANCES F. DILLON, . Asst. Clerk. The fiduciary Is: Rose L. Goggln 134 Montclelr Orlve West Hartford, Conn. 04107 NOTICE TO CREDITORS ESTATE OF EL5II PRUTTINO SCHIRM, late of West Hartlord, dKeased. The Hon. James H. kinsella, Judge, of the Court of Probate, District ot Hartford, has ordered thet ell clalmt muit be presented to the fiduciary on or before Jan. la, 1901, or be barred es by law provided. Certified from Record, , FRANCES F. DILLON, Asst. Clerk. The fiduciary Is: Charles Schirm 77 Warwick St. Wast Hertford, Conn. 04119 NOTICE TO CREDITORS ESTATE OF MINNIE WAY, late of Hartford, dKeesed. The Hon. James H. Kinsella, Judge, of the Court of Probate, District at Hatlord, has ordered that all claims must be presented to the fiduciary on or before Jan. 14. 1931, or be barred at by lew provided. Certified from Record, FRANCES F. DILLON, Asst. Clerk. The fiduciary It: Eleanor C. Koenlg 103 Seymour St. Hartford, Conn. 04104 NOTICE TO CREDITORS ESTATE OF ROLAND B, BOSWELL The Hon. Walter E. Russell, Judge, of the Court of Probate, District of Windsor, ordered that all clalmt mutt be presented to the fiduciary on or beloro Jen. IS, 1931, or be barred at by law provided. MARGARET R. ENGEL, Clerk. The fiduciary It: Connie J. Botwell 1 Bellttawer Rood Windsor, Conn. 04095 AUCTION SALE Notice It hereby given Ihet on Oct. 10, Admiral Moving a storage, inc. an euingion noao, cath the following tlorage loti for ell unpaid charge! SHIPPER'S NAME STREET ADDRESS Merc Lut James Edmondi Maryrose Luce Barbara Chrlttenten John Conovor Lois Chamber lain Gloria Fuqua John LaClelre Mery Roche Herbert Swanson Bethany Conover 155 Burgundy Hill 9A Thistle Lone 104 Bene Rood MCowlesSt. 450 N. Ocean Ave. 106 Central Ave., ID-I 57 Weil land St, 55 Whitney St. 34 Andover Road P O Box 645 64 Hilltop R-l HAMPTON Wooded land, I'A Kres, only 311,000. Hutchins Agenof, 444-3144, 228-3540. HARWINTON- 15 and 37 acre parcels, wooded, good frontage and access to Rt. 4. Possible sub- division. Asking 33,-000 and 32,000 per acre respectively. Call FIP Corp., 477-1361. HARWINTON- Close to lake. 1.5 acre building lot, open and wooded, surveyed, perc tested. 312,900. Owner II- nanclno, an-5695. HARWINTON- Close to lake. 1.30 acre building lot. Open and wooded, surveyed, perc tested. 813,500, owner II- nancing. m-stn. HEBRON-GLASTONBURY LINE, 5.4 plus or minus Kres, 15 miles to Civic Center, dry southern exposure, gentle slope. Priced reduced for quick sale, 323,500 firm. 1-223-0095. LAKE HAYWARD. Lakefront lot. 314,000. LaPenta Agency, 444-2440. LITCHFIELD COUNTY W00DR1DGE LAKE Try It, then buy it. Options available. Private lake, 315 Kres, tennis, paddle tennis, clubhouse, marina. Approx. 1 Kre horn-esites. 10 DOWN PAYMENT 91 INTEREST - S YEAR TERM Ottered exclusively by: f LANDMARK REAL ESTATE CO 203-491-2291 MANCHESTER- Commercial lot, 275x175. RU a 44A. City utilities. Usable for fast - food, bank, professional offices. Sale or lease. Keith Real Estate 444-4124. MANCHESTER: 3 Kres of prime land on fern street. Beautiful high view of this pristine setting. 339,900. Century 21, Ne-nortat, 289334, 561-0134. MARLBOROUGH. Interest rates going upi Listen to mis- owner win raxe terms and financing. 1- Kre, 316,500. 4.5 acres, 329,500. Call Carm today, trusn. service Agency, tryjm. MARLBOROUGH 3Vt acre building lot. si4,990. yi mile trom corner ot Route l and 66. 520-9397, 569-2128. ' NEW HARTFORD Price reduced on 2Vi acre lots, near Burlington town line. Wooded, sloping, view. Frank Marchattl, 409-3130. Century 21, KWL Realty, 6934211. NEWINGTON. Single family lot close to mb line, snopping a outline. izz,m. O'Connor, 667-0298. MIDDLETOWN AREA. SEVEN SOLAR building lots. Perc tested, epproved. 1V- VA Kres. Financing available. OH Route 66, Eatt Hampton. 267-2620. SOUTH WINDSOR. Route 5. 15 acres. Rail siding. City water, sewer, gat. Call Mr. Morlzlo, 561-2340. Hurwlt & Slmoni STAFFORD. Two approved building lots in prime residential area, eotn are treed and have good access 510,000 qnd 313,500. Sentry Real Eltate, 371-2775. Legals PUBLIC AUCTION Public Auction will be held Thursday, October 30, I960 at 10 a.m. at Point Automotive Center, Inc., 59 North Main St., Warehouse Point, CT. for the sale of a 1973' Volvo, Seriel No. 1456363-137102. Said tale being pertuant to Section 49-61 of the Connecticut General Statutet at amended. We reserve the right to reject any or all bldt.-Pol.Advt. SECTION 01015 1 INVITATION TO BID Sealed proposals lor the Equipment and Furniture Contracts will be received by the Board of Education, Valley Regional school, for the construction of Additions and Alteration! to the Valley Regional High School, located in Deep River, Conn. All E !ds are to be directed to Mr. Robert Gorman, Chairman, Board of Education, Regional District 4, co the Architect, Russell Gioton von Dohlen Inc., 281 Far-mington Ave., Farmington, Conn., and will be received jntil 3:00 p.m., EDST on Friday, Oct. 31, 1980, at which time and place they will be publicly opened and read aloud. All Bids must be accompanied by a Certified Check of the Bidder, or a Bid Bond in the emount of 10 of the total Bid, and made payable to the order of the Board ot Education, Regional School District 44. The successful Bidder will be requested to furnish a satisfactory Performance and Labor and Materials Payment Bond in the full amount of the Contract. After opening of Bids, all Proposals shall stand available for acceptance for a period Of X days. Copies of Contract Documents may be obtained at the Office of the Architect, Russell Gibson von Dohlen, Inc., 231 Farmington Ave., Farmington, Conn., on or after Oct. 17, 1980, upon deposit (check form) of $25.00 for each complete set, refundable upon return of each set in good condition within 30 dayt ol receiving bids. Checks shall be drawn In favor of the ArchltKt. The Board of Education, Regional School Olttrict 4, reserves the right to reject any or all bids, or to accept the lowest responsible bidder, and to waive any informalities, omissions, excess verbiage, or technical defects In the bidding if. In its opinion. It would be in the best interest of Regional School District 4 to do to. Regional High School, Additions and Alterations, Deep River, Conn. ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS GLASTONBURY, CONNECTICUT OCTOBER 20, 1980 At e Public Hearing to be held on Monday, October 20, 1980, at 7:30 P.M. In the Town Ottice Building, the Glastonbury Zoning Board of Appeals will hear the following application: By Stephen G. Ruff I Rocco D. Allesandro for the epproval required by the ConnKticut State Motor Vehicle Department under Sections 14-54 and 14-55 of the ConnKticut General Statutes for the location of a Motor Vechlcle General Repeir Facility at 109 Commerce Street on premises owned by Charles MonKO in Planned Industrial Zone. DOUGLAS T. SCOTT, Chairman LEGAL NOTICE The Wllllngton Planning and Zoning Commission will hold a public hearing on Wednesdey, October 29, 1900 at 7:30 P.M. in the Town Hail. The hearing It lor the adoption of the Proposed Plan of Development for the Town of Wllllngton as required by Section 0-23 of the ConnKticut General Statutet. Coplet of the Plen of Development are on file In the Office of the Town Clerk. Coplet of the condensed Plan may be obtelned In the Commission's Olflce in the Town Office Building. Dated this 9th day of October 1980, Wllllngton, ConnKticut. CHARLES BEENK, Chairman FRANCIS ORMOND, Secretory LEGAL NOTICE Pursuant to the provisions of Section 128, Title a United States Code, et prescribed In Volume 7, Chapter 7, Section 5 of the Federal-Aid Highway Program Manuel, doted December 30, 1974, the ConnKticut Department of Transportation, Bureau of Highways, has received from the Division Administrator of the Federal Highway Administration approval ot the leyout end design for the reconstruction of Route 175 (Cedar Street) from the vicinity of Maple Hill Avenue extending eetterly to the vicinity of Hewley -Leneconttance Leigh Drive IntertKtion In the Town of Newington. More detailed Information, Including mapt concerning the proposal. It available lor public Inspection or copying at the Deportment of Transportation Bureau et Highways Engineering Office, at 140 Pascone Place, Newington, Monday through Fridey, tX A.M. to 4:30 P.M., excluding holidays. ARTHUR B. POWERS. Commlslsoner BID NOTICE The Division of Vocational Rehabilitation, State of Conn., it Kceptlng bidt on the following: minor concrete tldewalk and a porch lift Installation in a private residence In Stratford CT. Bid No. 045233. Sealed bid proposals will be received until 10:30 a.m., Oct. 28, 1900, at which time they will he oubllclv opened and read. Specifi cations and bid forms may be obtained during olflce hours, 0:J0 a.m. to i.x p.m. Monday thru Friday at: Division ot Vocational Rehabilitation, 1st floor, 600 Asy lum Ave., Hertford CT., Tel: 566-7510 Bruce Bolton, 1980, at 10:30 m PiiMIr iale will be held at tAitth Ullndtnr. Conn., ta tall for due Admirei Moving a storage. cut a SIKIC Mlddletown, Ct. Enfield, Ct. So. Windsor, Ct. Hertford, CI. Orlando, Fla. E. Hartlord, Ct. Hartford, Ct. E. Hartford, Ct. Windsor LocKs, CI. Windsor, Ct. Tolland, Ct. Connecticut Connecticut SUFFIELO. Approximately 49 acres of raw tana, one mne to i-ei. m miles to center of town. Gas In street. Owner will consider financing. Sentry Real Es-tate, 688-7226, TOLLAND. Fenced 62 acres, barn, pond. proon. snoop, eroxer, 072-0379. TORRINGTON- 2.0 Kre building lot, near nign Know, city sewers, city water, on bus route. Nice view, cleared and ready for building. May be sub- divided. tn.xa. owner financing, 447-5695. VERNON: 4 acres. Route 03, zoned R27. Call for detail! Frechette, Martin a Rothman, Better Hornet a Gardens: 644-2497. WETHERSFIELD Two Rod, eul-de-tae, cnoice approved tots. Exclusive location. All utilities. From 345,000. E.H.R.E. 568-5840. WETHERSFIELD. 2 family lot, all under ground utilities, price 335,000. Make de- poiit, pay later, x&wn. WILLINGTON. 4 acres, south slope, pretty woooea land. $17,500. weeks Agency, 429-9369, 4294300. WINDSOR & VICINITY Beat Inflation, buy your lano now. eunoing lotsatrom 317,000 to 332,500. Suffield acreage 330.500. Wm. R. Smith Realty 6834533, 658-2277. Florida R-6 PORT MALABAR A general development community, 3 building lots together. Phone after 5:30p.m. 203453-3974. Maine R-8 , ATTENTION HUNTERS 100 wooded Kres bordering small brook, excellent for hunting camp. Borders Old Town Rd. 15 miles from city of Bangor. Price reduced to 313,000 will finance with low down payment. Call today: - COASTAL AGENCY 207-989-5151 DETROIT. 300 seres growing timber. 3295 per acre. 203-582-2463. TALMADGE. 54 acres, surveyed, warran- tee, U.S. I frontage, 39500. 15 down. t-207-062-4225, broker. WISCASSET MAINE. On route 27, 30 acres ionandJ60MrMtaaeTajm6 Massachusetts R-9 BERKSHIRE'S SOUTHERN VT. BORDER 24 ACRES $14,500 Town road nicely wooded, all surveyed, 20 down, 10 yean to pay. Owners. PROPERTIES OF AMERICA 413458-8002 anytime Legals LEGAL NOTICE The Southeastern ConnKticut chapter, American Red Cross, will hold its annual meeting and dinner on Thursday, October 23, 1980, 1 p.m., The Sheraton Inn, Norwich. . PUBLIC AUCTION Ford, E14AHU32311, on October 22, at 9:00 a.m. at 510 Wethertfleld Ave. Hartford. . CITY OF HARETFORD LEGAL NOTICE ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING A PLANNED RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT ON A PARCEL OF LAND LOCATED IN THE BLOCK BOUNDED BY BUCKINGHAM, PARK, HUDSON AND WADSWORTH STREET AND RESOLU-. TION APPROVING A SPECIAL PERMIT APPLICATION. Adopted by the Court of Common Council at a regular meeting held October 14, 1980, by roll-call vote 9 to 0, and approved by the Meyor, October 15, I960. A copy of the ordinance and resolution are on file In the Office of the City Clerk for public Inspection. Attett: ROBERT J. GALLIVAN, City Clerk. i INVITATION TO BID' East Hampton Board ot Education, North Maple Street, East Hampton, Conn. The Eait Hamoton Boa-1 i Education will accept bid! on the following: v.;' :o,000-gallon underground fuel oil itoraga tank. All bids must be submitted in accordance with Board ol Education specifications and on form! supplied by the board. Bid forms and specifications are available in the office of the Superintendent ot Schools. North Maole Street. East Hamp ton, Conn. Bids will be received until 2 p.m. Nov. 3, 1980, at the office of the Superintendent of Schools, and will be opened end read publicly at that time. The East Hampton Board of Education re serves the right to reiect any or an oios. RICHARD O. HAUSSMAN, Butinett Manager. WARNING SPECIAL TOWN MEETING TOWN OF FARMINGTON October 28, 1900 Voting on November 4, 1900 The legal voteri of the Town of Far mington and those qualified to vote at town meetings are hereby werned and notified thet a special town meaflng of the Town of Farmington it called for Tues day, October 21, ivac, at a:gu p.m. at tne Farmington High school to contider and act upon the recommendations of the Town Council that the following resolutions be edopted: RESOLVED: (a) that the Town of Farmington appropriate TWO MILLION TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS for the design and construction of an Indoor swimming pool at the Fermlngton High School. The appropriation may be spent for design and construction costs, site development, me-terlalt, equipment, architects fees, engineers' fees, legal feet, net temporary Interest and other financing costs, and other expenses related to the project; (b) thet the Town Issue lit serial bonds or notes, in en emount not to exceed TWO MILLION TWO HUNDRED THOUSANO DOLLARS ($1200,000) to finance the ap propriation for the swimming pool pro tect. The bonds or note! men oe issuea pursuant to Section 10-209 ot the Generel Statutes of ConnKticut, Revision of 1958, as amended, and any other enabling acts. The bond! or notes shall be secured by the Irrevocable pledge ol the full faith and credit of the Town of Fermington. The bonds or notes may be Issued In one or more series, end eny series may be sold as a single issue or consolidated with eny other bonds or notes of the Town. The Treasurer shall keep a record of the bondt or notes. The emount, dele. Interest rate, form, particular! and manner of Issue, exKutlon end sale of such bonds and notes shall be hereinafter determined bv the Town Council; (cl thet the Town inuo and renew Its temporary notes from time to time in an ticipation of the receipt of the proceeds from the sale of the bond! or notn for the prolKt. The amount of the notei out standing at eny time shall not exceed TWO MILLION TWO HUNDRED THOU SANO DOLLARS ($2,200,000). The notes shall be Issued pursuant to Section 7-378 of the Generel Statute! of ConnKticut, Revision of 1950, ai amended, and shall be secured by the Irrevocable pledge of the full felth and credit of the Town. The Town shall comply with the provisions.of Section 7-378a of the Generel Stetutes if the notes do not mature within the time permitted by said Section 7-378. The Town Treeturer and Town Manager are outho- rlted to determine me amounts, dates, in terest ratet, maturities, form and other deteilt ot the temporary notes, to tell the notes it public or privete tale; to execute and deliver the notes; and to pertorm an other acts which are necessary or appro priate to issue the temporary notes; (d) thet this resolution that! not become ettectlve until It hot been approved by vote on voting machinal ol parsons quail' tied to vote In town meetlnot. After there hat been reasonable discussion of the above resolution, the moderator shell adiourn the meeting end said resolution shell become ettectlve only alter hevlng been submitted end epproved by a vote on voting machines of persons qualified to vote in town meet- Inos In connection wllh the election on No vember A 1980 between the hours of 4:00 a.m. end 6 00 p.m. et St. Petrlck's Church for electors In the First Voting District, et the Union school tor eiectort in tne sk ond Voting Olttrict, end In the Assessor's Olflce In the Town Hell for persons quell' fled to vote In town meetings who are not electors, said resolution to be placed upon the voting machinal under the following heeding: SHALL THE TOWN OF FARMINGTON APPROVE AN APPROPRIATION OF $2. 200.000 FOR DESIGN ANO CONSTRUC TION Or AN INOOOR SWIMMING POOL AT FARMINGTON HIGH SCHOOL, AND THE ISSUE OF BONDS AND NOTES TO DEFRAY SAID APPROPRIATION? YES NO To consider and Kt upon any other business proper to come beloro the meeting. Dated et Farmington, ConnKticut, this 17th day of October, 1900. BY ORDER OF THE FARMINGTON TOWN COUNCIL STEPHEN A. FLIS. . Town Manager, New Hampshire R-10 DANBURY, N.H. 3.0 beautiful acres, 37,500. 2 Kres, 34,500. Lovely mountain view. Waukeena Lake I mile. Skiing 5 miles. Financing, owner. t-6096a-7979. WARREN. .5.8 secluded Kres. Magnifi cent view. Loon Mountain skiing, 20 miles. Small brook. 39,500. Owner fl-nandnjM0M4M035 New York R-12 NORTHEASTERN Low taxes, No zoning! Near Lake PlKld Olympic Village 2.7 acres building lot, 116' highway fron tage, open ano wooded, riverfront ngnt of wey for fishing and swimming. 33250, 3750 down, 360.33 per month, 40 months. 5.2 acres, ear paved road frontage, mostly open, some wooded. View of mountains, near goifcourse, ski area, lakes and rivers. S449& 3995 down, $11.45 per month, 60 months. 10 Kres, 310" gravel road frontaoe. well on property, mostly wooded, near beautiful river with beach, picnic erea, and excellent hunting and fishing facilities. 8650 per Kre, 3i9uo down, 190.34 per month, 96 months. Other parcels available up to SO Kres! Price includes all legal fees, recording cost and plot map. Financing at 14 simple Interest, call J & P Land Sales for free on site Inspection with no obligation. 509-3354 Vermont R-17 SOUTHERNS. ' 12 ACRES $8,900 Views, meadow and woodland all surveyed. Only minutes from beautiful southerr Vermont lake. 20 down, 10 years to financing available. Owners. PROPERTIES OF AMERICA 413458-8002 anytime WILMINGTON, VERMONT 10 Beaiitiful Acres $14,900 Fabulous views, meadows, and woods. Viawt of Mt. Snow and turroundlng mountaini. Thlt acreage tract It one of the most beautiful In Southern Vermont. Bank hat appraised for 10 financing. Call Patten Realty Corp., 002-494-1581 days, 802-423-5409 evenings. Legals NEW PLAINVILLE SPECIAL TOOL INC. has agreed to acquire all of the assets of and to be bound to pay the debts in lull of PLAINVILLE SPECIAL TOOL, INC. effective as of October 24, 1980 The address of New Plainville Special Toot, Inc. and Plainville Special Tool, Inc. Is, 43 North Washington Street, Plainville, Connecticut. INVITATION TO BID Bidt are being accepted for a Tele phone System at the Rocky Hill Board of Education Administration Office. Specifi cations available from Assistant Superin tendent for Business Affairs, Church Street, Rocky Hill, Conn. 06067, 529-7796. Bid opening at 9:00 a.m. on Oct. 30, 1980. DAVID L. GOOGINS, Asst. Superintendent lor Business Affairs. . . LIQUOR PERMIT Notice of Applicatian This It to olve notice that I. Anthony J. Lo Schiavo of 492 Wolcoft Hill Road, Weth-ersf leld have filed an application placarded e-Oct-80 with the Division of Liquor Control a Cafe Liquor Permit for the sale of alcoholic liquor on the premises 309 Asylum Street, Hartford. The business will be owned by Anthony J. Lo Schiavo of 492 Wolcott Hill Road, Wethertfleld, and will be conducted by Anthony J. Lo Schiavo at permittee. ' . . ANTHONY J. LO SCHIAVO, Dated 15-10-1980 SEALED BIDS ADDRESSED TO THE DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES - BUREAU OF PUBLIC WORKS OF THE STATE OF CONNECTI CUT FOR: ITEM 47 Repairt and Improvement! to State-owned Dam ' Norwich Hospital, Norwich, CI. Prolect: BI-BB-92 Plan! a Specs Ready: November S, 1980 Bid Opening: November 20, 1980 NO OEPOSIT REQUIRED ITEM 48 Skid Control and Defensive Driving Pan ConnKticut State Police Academy Merlden, Ct. Project: BI-N-154 Plant a Specs Ready: November 5, 1980 Bid Opening: November 20, 1980 NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED ITEM 49 Repeir of National Guard Building lP-105 Camp Hartell, Windsor Locks, Ct. Proiect: SF-CC-244-Q-1 Plant t Specs Ready: November S, 1980 Bid Opening: November 20, 1980 NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED Will be received in Room B-40, STATE OFFICE BUILDING, HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT UNTIL 1:00 P.M. (E.S.T.) on the date shown above and thereafter publicly opened and read aloud In ROOM 558, STATE OFFICE BUILDING, HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT 04115. Performer and Labor and Materiel Bonds to be furnithed by the bidder awarded the contract shall be an amount not less than 100 of the contract price. The awerdlng authority reserves the right to weive technical defecft or to reiect any and all bidt. At security, each bid must be accompanied by a CERTIFIED CHECK or a CASHIER'S CHECK drawn upon either a STATE BANK ANO TRUST COMPANY or a NATIONAL BANKING ASSOCIATION, to the order of the Treasurer of the Stete of ConnKticut, or the bid must be accompanied by a BID BOND, In the form required by the ewarding authority and having at turety thereto such Surety Company or companiei at are authorized to do butineti tn thlt State for an amount not leu than 10 per centum of the bid. Plant and Specifications may be ob tained in ROOM B-40, STATE OFFICE BUILDING. HARTFORD. CONNECTI CUT, during the hours of 8:30 e.m. to 4:00 p.m. or by addressing such requests to the Department ot Administrative services, Room 503 Stete Office Building, Hartford, ConnKticut 06115. A deposit In the amount Indicated will be required In the form of e check made peyeble to the Treasurer of the Stete of ConnKticut and tent to the Accounting Section, Room 503, Stete Office Building, Hartford, ConnKticut 06115. In the event all ol the drewlngt end specifications ere not returned In good condition within fifteen (15) calendar days attar the bid opening, the deposit than beautomaticai Iv forfeited. ALL REQUESTS MUST BEAR THE FULL PROJECT NUMBER AND MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY AN "EMPLOYER" REPORT OF COMPLIANCE STAFF' ING"ON THE STATE OF CONNECTICUT LABOR DEPARTMENT FORM NO. E O. 3-1. UPON APPROVAL OF THIS RE PORT, THE PLANS, SPECIFICATIONS, AND THE BIDDING DOCUMENTS MAY BE PICK ED UP OR WILL BE FORWAR D- ED AS REQUESTED. . EXECUTIVE ORDERS NO. THREE AND SEVENTEEN: Bidders are advlted thet the contract for thlt prolKt shell be lublect to ExKutlve Order No. Three re- oerdlna nonoiscriminotion, promulgated June 14, 1971, and to the guidelines and rules of the Stete Labor Committionar Implementing told Executive Order. Bid' dert are further advised that contracts In connection with this prolect shall be tub- Kt to ExKutlve order no. seventeen, promulgeted February IS, 1973. requiring contractors end subcontractors to list employment openings with the ConnKticut Stete Employment Service. Said three documenttire hereby Incorporated here in and made a part hereof et though fully sol forth herein. Bidden mey rKOlve cooiei of these upon request. Attention of Bidders It particularly called to the requirements relating to the Conditions of Employment to be observed and Minimum Wage Ratal to be peld under the contrKt. Prospective Bidden shall contact Mr. Paul Jette, teiepnone number oct-zmi, ex lentlon 374 to meke arrangtmentt to in- spec! the lobslte ol the proposed work on tern 47. Prospective Bidders shell contact Captain Patrick Tully, telephone number 230-4501 to make errangementt to Inspect the lobslte 01 the proposeo worn on item tea, Prospective Bidden thill contect Mo tor Zembriutkl, telephone number 433- 3924 to meke arrangementi to Inspect the lobslte of the propoteoora on item tn. Vermont R-17 saeMONT MT. SNOW AREA $9300 10ACRES N beautifully wooded Kres. W mini, from the Mt. Snow valley. Town road frontage. Great area. Total price: 89,000. Can be purchased with 32,000 down. A greet hedge against inflation. Call Patten Reelty Corp., 002-494-1581 dayt, 802-423-5409evenlngs. RESORT LOTS FOR SALE Massachusetts S-9 BERKSHIRES 1 nr. from Hartford! Year round vKatlon and recreation community In Tolland. Enoy: 75 Kre lake and 18 Kre pond Fishing, Swimming, Sailing ' ' Downhill and X-Country skiing Snowmoblllng Tennis Courts, Baseball, Volleyball . Clubhouse-S btKhes SKluded, approx. lOOx 100, perc tested, surveyed, nicely wooded, close to II Kre pond. 36995 each, $995 down, up lo 10 year financing at 14 interest. 1 lot near 75 Kre lake, S8S00. $1500 down, same financing. 1 double lot near 11 Kre pond, 812,000, 33000 down, same financing. By owner, call 482-5695. WANTED REAL ESTATE Wanted Real Estate U-01 NEEDED IMMEDIATELY, locations for Ten-Ten Lube Centers throughout Connecticut. Minimum lot requirement 10,-000 square feet. Will consider building remodeled or build to suit situation!. Call exclusive agents, Wethertfleld Trust, 563-3616, 527-9977. PRIVATE INVESTOR with ready cath looKing tor apartments, ottice buildings or shopping centers. Prime locav tionsoniy.za-azn, VARIETY OR GENERAL STORE with real estate. Write Courant Box 155K. WANTED: Repairable home with worka ble lot, in tars. Bristol or surrounding town. 509-3167. i Legals The Western Massachusetts Broadcasting Council, governing body of WFCR-FM, will meet October 22 at 5:30 p.m., at Brooks Memorial Library, 220 Main Street, Bratlleboro, Vt. Members of Jhe public are invited to address the Council If they have registered in advance with Chairman Kenneth Williamson, Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, MA. (413) 538-2214. LEGAL NOTICE TOWN OF EAST GRANBY PUBLIC HEARING OF ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS The Zoning Board of Appeals of East Granby, ConnKticut will hold a public hearing in the hearing room of the Town Hall, Monday, October 20, 1980 at 0:00 P.M. to heer the following application seeking relief from the Zoning Laws of the Town of Eatt Granby. go-4 wniiam h. Wilson tor a variance in minimum size and minimum front yard restrictions In the R-20 zone property located at 110 North Road. At this hearing interested persons may appear and be heard and written communications received. This appeal is on file and may be teen In the ottice of the Town Clerk, Town Hall, Eatt Granby, Connecticut. Dated in Eatt Granby, Conn., thlt 9th day of October, 1980. Zoning Board ol Appealt East Granby, ConnKticut PETER S. COCOLLA, Chairman . JOHN R. RAFFERTY, ' ' SKretary , TOWN PLAN AND ZONING COMMISSION GLASTONBURY, CONNECTICUT The Town Plan and Zoning Commission of Glastonbury will hold Public Hearings on Tuesday, October 21, 1980 at 7:30 p.m. in the Town Council Room, 2100 Main Street, to consider the following: 1. Application of Bait Company for Amendment to Section 4.2 Excavation and Fill Permit, Great Pond Road, South Glastonbury, extension of Restoration Timetable. 2. Application of Clinton Paouln for Spe cial Permit Section 4.2 Excavation and Fill, 1134 Main Street, Glastonbury. 3. Application of Christie Rigging a Trucking Company, 182 Oakwood Drive, Special Permit with Design Review. Stor age Shed. a. Application of Rene vellleux. Clear- view Estates Subdivision, Section I, Phase II, Mott Hill Road. Town Plan and Zoning Commission, Glastonbury, ConnKticut. T. JAMES MURRAY, JR., Chairman. ' TIMOTHY MORIARTY, SKretary. ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS ProlKt No. A3-80, Town of Enfield, Conn. (Owner). Separate sealed bidt for Construction of Sanitary Sewers end Water System in portions of Bell Acre Road, Brainard Road, Bridges Rood, Coslln Road, Hassmar Road, Henry Road, Jondot Drive, North Main Street (Rte. 192), Sheker Hill Road, West Shore Drive, West View Drive, Wheeler Drive and Private Lands, con-tilting of approximately 10,000 l.f. of 0" latarel seweri and approximately 10,500 l.f. of 12" and 0" water mains, with necessary appurtenances, will be received by the Town ol Enfield, Conn., et the Flnence Director's C If Ice, Town Hall, Enfield, Conn. 0061 until 2 o'clock p.m. E.D.S.T. on Nov. 5, 1980, and then at said office publicly opened and read eloud. The Information for Bidders, Form of Bid, Form ot Contract, Plans, Specifications, and Forms of Bid Bond, Performance end Payment Bond, end other contract documents may be exemlned at the following: office ot the Town Engineer, Town Hall, 120 Enfield St., Enfield, Conn. 06082. Copies may be obtained at the above office upon payment ol S35.00 for each set. Any unsuccessful bidder and any non-bidder, upon returning luch set promptly and In good condition, will be refunded the $35.00 deposit. The Owner reserves the right to welve any Informalities or to reiect any or all bids. . Each bidder mull deposit with his bid, security in the amount, form and lublect to the conditions provided In the Information for Bidden. No bidder may withdraw hii bid within 90 deyt alter the Ktuel data ot the opening thereof. ROBERT F. LEDGER, Town Manager, Town of Enfield, Conn. Oct. ir, 19M. State of ConnKticut, District ol Hartford, Probate Court, Town of Hartford, October 16, 1980. ESTATE OF ALICE M. JEFFERSON, late ot West Hartford, In said Olttrict, dKeesed. Present, Hon. James H. Kinsella, Judge. Upon the applicatian of Jecquellne Clopton Mendenhell ol Fermlngton, preying thet an Instrument In writing purporting to be the last will and testament ol said dKeesed be edmltted to probate, and that administration with the will annexed of said eittte be granted, at per application on file more fully appears, it It ORDERED-Thet said application be heerd end determined et the Probate Office In Hertford, 550 Meln Street, Hertford, in said Olttrict, on the 28th day of October, 1900, at 10:30 o'clock In the forenoon; and that notice ot the pendency of said application and of the lime and place of hearing thereon be given to all persons known to be Interested In said astele, Including possible helrt-al-lawol said decedent, whose nemet end whereabout! art unknown, their heirt-at-lew, next of kin, legatees, devisees, widows, widowers or legel representetlvet, by causing a true copy ol thlt order to be published once In tome newipeper hevlng a circulation In uid District, by causing a true copy of said application and of uid order to be sent by certified mail, pottege prepeld, to Hon. Henry Porker, Stele Treesurer, State Cepltol and Commissioner ol Revenue Services, 92 Farmington Avenue, both of Hartford, Conn,, at least ten days before the dey set for said hearing. Certified from Record, FRANCES F. DILLON, Aiilttont Clerk zr, i. tail! - -tT$mmmmm mmmmm ipilli tiliii a Winds Up Campaign in Sydney Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser carries a young admirer on his shoulders as he winds up his campaign Sri Lankan Leader Ousted . ... For Abusing Her Power COLOMBO, Sri Lanka (AP) Parliament voted Thursday to expel former Prime Minister Sirimavo Bandar-anaike, who was found guilty of abuse of power by a special presidential commission. In a speech during the nine-hour debate that preceded the vote, Mrs. Ban-daranaike argued that Parliament should have waited until the Supreme Court ruled on the validity of the commission's findings. She accused the gov- ernment of political assassination in banishing her from Parliament, where she had been a member for more than 20 years. Mrs Bandaranaike, 64, became Erime minister in 1959, succeeding her usband, who was assassinated. She ruled until 1978, when her party lost elections and she was replaced by Ran-asinghe Premadasa. Premadasa offered the motion to expel IVis. t ndaranaike and it passed by a vc e of 139-18 in the 168-member Parliament. In the debate, a supporter of Mrs. 1,400 U.S. In Egypt CAIRO, Egypt (AP) About 1,400 U.S. troops and 12 support planes will be deployed here for desert training with Egyptian forces next month, Defense Minister Ahmed Badawy was. quoted as saying Thursday. It would be the first known deployment of U.S. ground forces to the Middle East in recent years and comes at a time when the United States is attempting to develop fast-reacting units to protect Middle East oil fields. In a dispatch from Alexandria, the official Middle East News Agency quoted Badawy as saying the American units would arrive Nov. 13. Egyptian troops later will be sent to the United States for similar training, the agency quoted Badawy as saying. The Egyptian and American air forces ended three months of joint exercises Oct. 3. It was billed as the first time American warplanes had trained it, I I mi - ::'yM2:.!, js" '" i; -: "'?:i fsi:i:: ::;: - mm' ' - "V V 4 ft ' Dine in t-aTW- French President Valery Giscard Guofeng Thursday that although the d'Estaing, left, dines in Peking's Great French government deplores the Sovl- Hall of the People with Chinese Pre et intervention in Afghanistan It would mier Zhao Ziyang Wednesday. Giscard continue to work for detente with the told Communist Party leader Hua Soviet Union, China's archenemy. THE HARTFORD COURANT: Friday, October illlliltf WSMSfgi Troops To Train Desert Next Month i a Great Hall of C23 17, 1980 Thursday in Sydney for the general election Saturday. Fraser is leader of the Liberal-Country Party coalition. Bandaranaike was removed from the chamber by police for protesting the action. ' Mrs. Bandaranaike became an internationally known political figure while she was prime minister and was chairman of the conference of non-aligned nations. i Among the commission's findings was that Mrs. Bandaranaike as prime minister made incorrect declarations to the Land Reform Commission and continued a state of emergency in the country when it was not necessary. She appealed the findings to the Su- fireme Court and a hearing had been set or Nov. 10. President R.R. Jayewardene declared a state of emergency throughout Sri Lanka Tuesday, claiming Mrs. Ban-daranaike's supporters were planning acts of violence to prevent Parliament from acting to expel her. She denied the claims and said the entire procedure' was nothing more than a political move to prevent her from participating in 1983 elections. in Middle East deserts since World War II. The Air Force brought 12 F-4E Phantom jets to Egypt for the exercises. Badawy said the support plane? foe the upcoming exercises would be U. Air Force A-7 tactical-support figl teis. It "was unclear whether the ground troops would be from the Army or Marines. The United States has been providing a growing amount of military hardware and support to Egypt since the signing of the Egyptian-Israeli peace treaty in March 1979. Thirty-five Phantoms already have been delivered to Egypt in a $3.5-billion arms package that also includes 40 F-16 jets and 244 M-60 tanks. Egypt has repeatedly offered the United States temporary 'use of military facilities to aid any Arab or Islamic country on the Persian Gulf threatened by foreign intervention. If UPI the People 44 . .... .

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