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3ni Births oft CCTA Awards Contract for Seven New Buses Vermont Deaths CARON, Paul, 2, Plant Cltv. Ha; was a welder and ts survived bv relatives In Vermont. GASSO, "Sis" (Mildred). SI, 108 N. Chomalaln Wednesday; wos the founder ot Prevention ot Abuse ot Delinquent Children.

GEDOENS, Clarence 81. St. Albans. Wednesday; wos employed by the New Enalond Tele-Dhone Co. tor 44 years.

IVERSON, Gary Dean. 31. South Burlington; was a teocher at South Burlington Middle and High schools and was the girls track team cooch and on assistant varsity football coach. KNAPP, Eva Isabelle. 87, Middlesex; worked for the Division ot the Blind at the Vermont State-house and worked tor several years in the legislative cafeteria.

PERRIES, Roland A. (Shortvl, 75. Island Pond. Wednesday; operated Perrler's Esso Service Stotion in Island Pond tor 37 veors, retiring in 1977. STILL, Mrs.

Elsie 91. Enosburg Falls, Wednesday; was a resident of Enosburg since 1969 and a member ot the West Enosburg Methodist Church, the W.S CS. and the Enosburg Foils Senior Cltnens Voung at Heart Club. City Park Road, left back on to Pine and right back on to Home Avenue. "The general feeling is that people are satisfied," Mazur said of the new system.

"Whenever you put something like this in, you're going to have problems. We expect them." Mazur and General Manager Ralph H. Cramer will meet with the South Burlington City Council to discuss a petition asking for a change in the Airport route. pany. Inflation, a federal grant reduction and added costs for handicapped access equipment cut the number of buses CCTA hoped to buy with an earlier grant.

Floyd D. Rutz of Essex was elected vice chairman, Charles E. Ketcham of Essex was re-elected secretary and Nicodemus McCollum Jr. of Winooski was re-elected treasurer. In a pair of adjustments to remedy roufih spots in new schedules, Mazur said the authority will add an extra bus on the Essex Junction The Chittenden County Transportation Authority awarded a contract for seven new buses Thursday to Grumman Flexible on a bid of $1,281,680.

The contract includes an option to buy two more buses if the authority is successful in landing more than a quarter of a million dollars more in federal grants. Commissioners voted to pursue the funds from the Urban Mass Transportation Authority, said Frank M. Mazur of South Burlington. He was elected chairman of the five-community public bus com Notices and Funerals Held gSjfc S. Hero School Officials, Parents 'Talk It All Out' SOUTH HERO Parents, school officials and school directors agree that the lines of communication have been opened after a freewheeling question and answer session among two dozen parents and the School Board.

The meeting this week originated after a group of parents submitted a list of 15 questions to the board, covering a variety of topics including the roles of teacher aides and their qualifications. "I don't think anyone went into it with real complaints," said Sue Mo-quin, a parent. "We just weren't sure what the monitoring system is." "The meeting gave people who have experienced some frustration with the system some relief by getting that system to respond." said John Duval, principal of the Folsom i I 1 vermoni Rounduo MCDICAL ChNIEH HOSPITAL BAYSINGER, Delmur (the late) and Linda (Botawy), Bristol, adougMer, July 1. BENOIT, Andrew and Dorlene (McSweenev), St. Albans, a daughter, July I'.

VIENS, Joseph and Doris (Clayton). 3S9 Pate hen Rood. South Burlington, a daughter, July W. PORTER MEDICAL CENTER Middlebury MARTELL. Lyle and Wendie (Grace), Bristol, a daughter, July 16.

PETERS, Mark ond Jeanette (St. Pierre), Crown Point, N.Y., son, July CENTRAL VERMONT MEDICAL CENTER Berlin HARRIMAN Bernard and Donna (Griffin), East Montpelier, son, July 16. MORISSETTE, Ronald and Ann (Perrigo), Worces ter, daughter, July 16. KIMTEXSH0P TOWELS Polypropylene Absorbent Oil Solvents Soft texture Uniform Sheets Cleans Polishes two sizes Ideal for hand tools machinery BURLINGTON 'WASTE METAL J55-57 No. Winaoiki 862-5335 862-3831 PUBLIC AUCTION OF VICTOR! ANA 10:00 A.M., Saturday, July 19, 1980 Derby line, Vermont Mr ft Mr John Foil! of Derby tm hove comrmtnofwd me to tell tvfol generation of Vwtoiion antique) liom fhen fine Victorian horn ond barn, located on Rte 5 next to the US Canadian bender, along with a few addition from tnendi Peiew (fading at 9:00 AM the morning ot the tola Ptan on attending rhu quality lole of Vicloio furnith-ings and occeHorwi this beautiful Mttmg.

Note: All item ore in original at found condition. fee Thursday frtt Prsn for compUtf 4etoils Salt by trdtr of Mr. A Mrs. John Fostir DUANE E. MERRILL Auctioneer Appraiser So.

Burlington, Vermont 863-1624 Sowwddng in tool fstofc, Anttqut ond fine Household Awtiom. FLEA MARKET This Weekend Just West of Waterbury on Rte. 2 For Info Call 496-3086 or 496-2030 "We Sow You From The Interstafe" AUCTION Saturday, July 19th, 1:00 P.M. Enosburg Falls Village Directly across from the Old Post Office. Wicker chairs, very nice dining room set, old telephone stand, dishes, lamps, radios, brand new bathtub, odd chairs, tables, paper products and many more antiques and other items.

John Whiting, Auctioneer i i. lermj; or wo'ja met AUCTION Aiburg Auction House 4 DM ti Mirlninlit We have a gigantic collection for this sale, feast your beady eyes on this listing of just a few of the choice items: Oak curved gloss china cabinet wlion head carvings, full size brass bed, brass chandelier, other brass items, twin sire sleigh bed, wood spoke wheel tea cart, art nouveau bedroom set twin beds, dresser chest a glass top stand, 2 over 2 dressers, chests of drawers, commodes, pr. press back chairs, press back high chair, set of 4 T-backs, set of 4 bentwoods, 2 walnut frame carpet chairs, several rockers, wood ice refrigerator, wood medicine cabtnet, several hall trees, 5 tier what not, music cabinet, Vic-trola, small showcase, cedar chest, dome trunk, Duncan Pbyfe dropleaf table, mahogany table, mahogany flat top desk brass handles and signed Lincoln, marble top candlestand, copper horse weath-ervane, old regulator clock in need of repair, iron rooftop bell, collpction of otl lamps ond lanterns, railroad, miniature and others, I reverse painted oil lamp. Tiffany-type table lamp, old tool box w'old tools, gold leaf framed mirror, old picture frames pictures, quantity of glass china, depression, pressed, carnival, Roseville pottery, copper kettle, 3 face Bye-lo doll, wooden clamps, augers, jewelry, stone crocks and lugs, quantity of small antiques, also refrigerators, 6 rotary lawn mower, Craftsman 7 riding mower, 2 rototillrrs, gas water heater, oir conditioner, bicycles, snowblower, some new items and tons of unlisted things. Call TATRO'S AUCTION SERVICE Auctioneers Appraisers Harland, Elsie Tim Tatro Phone: 796-3572 Alburg, Vt.

Be 12:00 NOON i 9 Marketplace Commission OKs Budget ord and John Gardner, all of South Hero; several nieces and nephews. A funeral Mass will be held Saturday at 11 o.m. in St. Rose of Lima Church in South Hero. Friends may call at the Chester Martel home on South Street from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m.

today. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be sent to the South Hero Rescue Squad, South Hero, Vt. 05486. Interment will be in the South Hero Cemetery. The Gifford Funeral Service is in charge of arrangements.

CARROLL O. DAVIS NEW HAMPTON, N.Y. Carroll O. Oavis, 59, passed away Wednesday after brief illness. He was born in Cornish Flats, N.H., son of Alvah and Myrtie (Woodard) Davis.

He was a retired assemblyman from Ford Motor Co. He is survived by his wife, Rita (Roland) Davis; two daughters, Carolyn Davis and Pauline Davis, both at home; one sister, Hattie Dovis of Orfordville, N.H.; several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held Saturday morning at 11 at Lippincott Funeral Chapel, Goshen, N.Y. Burial will be on Monday at St. Joseph's Cemetery in Burlington, at 2 p.m.

Funerals Held BURLINGTON CASSIDY, Mrs. Jean Funeral services held Thursday at 11 a.m. at the Ready Funeral Chapel, 934 North with the Rev. Charles G. Chamberlain of the First Congregational Church officiating.

Interment followed in Resurrection Park Cemetery with Rev. Chamberlain reading committal prayers. Bearers were Alexander and Paul Brogna, Steven Burns, Sean Bushev, James Luman and Patrick Cross. ALBURG CAMERON, Miss Add B. A funeral high Mass was offered Thursday at 11 a.m.

In St. Amadeus Church with the Rev. Maurice Boucher, SSE, the celebrant. Bearers were Milton Brow, Ralph Sims, Robert White, James Mc-Cullem, Robert Miller and Serge Turnne. Interment followed in the family lot in St.

Amadeus Cemetery with committal prayers offered by Father Boucher. WANTED FOR RECYCLING NEWSPAPERS Burlington Paper Stock, Inc. 1 1 1 Archibald St. Burlington, Vt. 862-9641 "SAY IT WITH OURS" (Cljajipell's florist 3nc.

1437 Williston Rd. So. Burlington 658-4733 Presently soliciting consignments of good antiques. Also On-Site Auction Sales to include: Estates, Farms, Households, Business or Commercial, and Real Estate. Call me for consultation without obligation! Poncho Camire, 864-0043.

AUCTION SERVICE OF VERMONT 140 Church Street Burlington, Vt. 05401 Poncho Camire Auctioneer MUD CITY ANTIQUE MARKET Every Sunday 10 AM-4 PM Rain or Shine July6-Oct. 12 QUALITY ANTIQUES Follow Signs I Mile South of Morrisville or 1 Mile North of Stowe on Route 100: SuO-HUO AUCTION TODAY 10:00 A.M. EAST MIDDLEBURY, VT See Thurs. Free Press for listing.

ARTHUR H. SMITH AUCTIONEER APPRAISER FERRISBURG, VT 877-3638 I I I I 1 fl 12:00 NOON EDEN, SUNDAY, 1 2:00 NOON The two Churches of Eden the help of area businesses, merchants, auction for to route to maintain half-hourly intervals and expanded a loop west of Shelburne Road on the South End route. The South End bus routinely finished its route 10 minutes early, Mazur said, explaining the addition is designed to take up that time and better service. From Pine Street the bus will turn right on Home Avenue, left on Industrial Parkway, left on Queen Death PROFESSOR ROLF N.B. HAUGEN In the obituary of Professor Rolf Hcwgen, the address of one ot the memorials was inadvertently omitted.

The address is Chittenden Hospice, Box 153, Winooski, Vt. 05404. SIS' (MILDRED) GASSO "Sis (Mildred) Gasso, 5), of 108 N. Charnpiain passed awav Wednesday evening at the Medical Center Hospital. She was born Nov.

25, 1928, in Brooklyn, N. daughter of Millard and Helen (Martin) DesOrow. She had been involved in numerous political functions and communitity activities. She was the founder of P.A.D. (Prevention of Abuse of Delinauent Children), which is an organization that is administered through the Social Service agencies ond the courts throughout Chittenden County to help prevent abuse to minors.

Mrs. Gasso was also extremely active in the Democratic party. She was one of the originators and past secretary of the Apartment Owners Association. She was a member of the Burlington Elbos Club. Mrs.

Gasso leaves her husband, Lawrence of Burlington; three sisters, Mrs. Margaret Briener of Brooklyn, Mrs. James (Joan) Weening Jr. of Colchester and Mrs. Joseph (Miriam) Fiorello of Long Island, N.Y.; seven nephews; one niece; two great-nieces; two foster children, Stephen Galvean and Beverly Lambert, both of Burlington.

Funeral services will be held Saturday at 10 a.m. ot St. Joseph's Church. Interment will be in New Mount Calvary Cemetery. Visaing hours will be this evening from 7 to 9 at the Elmwood Memorial Funeral Home, 97 Elmwood Ave.

In lieu of flowers, the family suggests that those who wish may send contributions in her memory to P.A.D., in care of the funeral home office. Arrangements by James A. Meunier. GARY DEAN IVERSON Gary Dean Iverson, 31, of 8 Pinetree Terrace, South Burlington, died unexpectedly Thursday morning due to an accident at-home. He was born March 28, 1949, in Montpelier, son of Robert H.

Iverson and the late Priscillo Iverson. He was a teacher at South Burlington Middle School and at South Burlington High School. He was the girls track team coach and an assistant varsity football coach. He was also very active in the Burlington International Games. He graduated from South Burlington High School and has a bachelor's and master's degree from the University of Vermont.

He is survived by his wife, Suzanne; one daughter, Amy P. Iverson of East Fairfield; two stepdaughters, Wendy and Pam Esposito of South Burlington; his father, Robert H. Iverson of Rutland; his stepmother, Patricia K. Iverson of Rutland; two brothers, Mark R. Iverson of South Burlington and Craig A.

Iverson of Rutland; one sister, Kathie A. Iverson of Rutland; one stepbrother, James Dillon; one stepsister, Sarah Dillon, both of Rutland; his maternal grandmother, Olive Berthiaume of St. Albans. His mother, Priscilla Iverson, predeceased him. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m.

Saturday at St. John Viannev Church, South Burlington, with interment following at Resurrection Park Cemetery. Visiting hours will be. held today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. atlhe-LaVigne Funeral Home.

Winooski. In lieu of flowers contributions may be sent to the American Cancer Society. PAUL CARON ESSEX JUNCTION Paul Caron, 62, of Plant City. died Thursday evening at the Fanny Allen Hospital. He was born July 7, 1918, in Canada.

He was a welder by trade. He was a veteran of World War II serving in the U.S. Armv. He is survived by his wife, Virginia Ledoux Caron of Plant City, one son, Roland Caron of Columbus, Ohio; one daughter, Judy of Cleveland, Ohio; three sisters, Mrs1. Aiphosine Riendeau of Canada, Mrs.

Marie Roussin of Milton and Mrs. Eva Budah of Essex; three brothers, Peter and Girard of Westford and Louis of Connecticut; several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held Saturday at 10 a m. at the Holy Family Roman Catholic Church in Essex. Burial will be in Fort Ethan Allen Cemetery, Colchester Friends may call at the Corbin and Palmer Funeral Home.

9 Pleasant Essex Junction, today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. MRS. ELSIE M. STILL ENOSBURG FALLS Mrs. Elsie M.

Still, 91, widow ot Jonn H. Still died Wednesday evening at a St. Albans hospital following a long illness. Mrs Still was born in Germany June 29, 1889, daughter of Karl ond Mary (Weiseir) Munz, She has been a resident of Enosburg since 1969 and a member of the West Enosburg Methodist Church, the W.S.C.S. and the Enosburg Falls Senior Citizens Young ot Heart Club.

She was a former resident of New York and a member of the Ladies Auxiliary of Spanish American War Veterans. Mrs. Still came to the United States from Germany in 1924. She is Survived by one son, John H. Still of Enosburg; one daughter, Mrs.

Joseph (Ruth) Rizzuto of Marydel, two brothers, Karl and Eugene Munz both of Marbach West Germany; seven grandchildren; four great-arand-cnildren, several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held Saturday morning at II af the Enosburg Falls United Methodist Church with the Rev. James Show officating. Friends may call ot the Spears Funeral Home, 14 Orchard St Falls, Friday, 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 o.m. EVA ISABELLE KNAPP MIDDLESEX Eva Isabelle Knapp, 87, died at Central Vermont Hospital following a short iMner.s.

She was torn Aug. 20, 1892, daughter of Horoce Meri'lam and Lilly Murray Merncim. On Dec. 31, she married Ward Knapp in Montpelier. She was eduratPd in the Waterbury Center schools, worked tor the Division of the Blind at the Vermont Stotehouse and worked for several years in the legislative cofoteria.

She was a member of the Montoelier Chapter of the Rebekah lodge for over 50 years and also a member of the Ladies Home Demonstration Group. She Is survived by her husband; one daughter, Mrs. Fred (Merriam) Newhall of Berlin; three grandchildren, Alvah tiehull and Fred Newhall, both of Berlin, and Mrs. Keith (Cind) Sweet of Barre; one great granddaughter, Amy Sweet of Barre. Funeral services will be held Sotur- day at 2 p.m.

at the Perkins-Pqrker Funeral Chapel, Waterburv. Interment will follow In the Waterbury Center Cemetery. Friends may call this evening from 7 to 9 at the Perkins-Parker Funeral Chapel, where a Rebekah service will be held at 8 p.m. ROLAND A. (SHORTY) PERRIER ISLAND POND Roland A.

(Shorty) Perrier, 75, a retired Island Pond businessman, passed awav In Burlington late Wednesday evening. He wos born in Randolph, March 8, 1905, son of Israel and Leah (Tatro) Perrier. For 37 years he operated Perrier's Esso Service Station in Island Pond, retiring in 1977. He married the former Ruby Tongue in 1927. She predeceased him in 1960.

He is survived by one son. Burton, of Essex Junction; four grandchildren, Mrs. Cathy Williams of Milton, Mrs. Janet Clark of Bordentown, N.J., Mrs. Susan Lunderville of Milton and Brian Perrier with the U.S.

Navy in Norfolk, five great-grandchildren; a sister, Mrs. Irene Broome of West Charleston, several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held at the Converse-Rushford Funeral Home in Island Pond, Saturday, at 11 a.m. Interment will follow in the Hillside Cemetery. East Charleston.

Friends may call at the funeral home, Friday, 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Should friends desire, donations in his memory may be made to Brighton Post No. 80, American Legion, for the Children and Youth Program. CLARENCE W. GEDOENS ST.

ALBANS Clarence W. Ged-dens, 81, of 114 Messenger St. died at his home Wednesday evening following an extended illness. He was born in Barre, Sept. 21, 1898, son of the late James and Harvina (Livingston) Geddens.

He was employed bv the New England Telephone Co. for 44 years. He served in France during World War I and was a member of the Veterans of World War I Inc. and the American Legion, Green Mountain Post I. He leaves his wife, Emilda (Vulev) Geddens of St.

Albans; a daughter, Mrs. Audrey Simmons of Lyons, N.Y.; a brother, Gordon Geddens of Colchester; four grandchildren, a niece and a nephew. Funeral services will be held toddy at 2 p.m. in the Driscoll and Moran Memorial Chapel. Interment will follow in the familv lot in Holy Cross Cemetery.

T.J. Moran is the funeral director. MRS. MARY GARDNER VANCE ST. PETERSBURG, Fla.

Mrs. Mary Gardner Vance, 53, died Wednesday morning at the Bay Pines Veterans Hospital after a long Illness. She was born in South Hero, Oct. 27, 1927, daughter of Edward and Beatrice (Tourville) Gardner. She had lived in Florida for many years.

She graduated from the Wilfred Academy of Cosmetology in Pennsylvania. She was a veteran of the Korean war, serving in the U.S. Air Force. She was also a member of the Alburg Post of the American Legion. She married James Vance in April of 1978 in St.

Petersburg. She leaves her husband of St. Petersburg; her mother, Mrs. Chester (Beatrice) Martel; a sister, Mrs. Jane Potvin; three brothers, Edward, How- Professional Announcements E.

James Belfiglio, D.M.D., 52 North Prospect Burlington, is pleased to announce the transfer of his practice of General Dentistry to Thomas Morton, D.M.D., beginning immediately. Tel. 863-3479. InMemoriam In Memoriam, Elgie Rublee, July 12, 1980. A truly beautiful lady; God's choicest blessings be upon her.

To have known her, is to love her. One Friend. Cards of Thanks The family of Alice I. Schmaldienst would like to express their appreciation and thanks to all their relatives, friends and neighbors who helped bear the sadness and loss of our mother, grandmother and great grandmother. Julia Schmaldienst Potvin.

The family of Bill Delorme wish to express our deepest gratitude to all priests, sisters, relatives, friends and neighbors for the masses, flowers, food, cards and expressions of sympathy during our recent loss. We will always thank our Heavenly Father for your support. Frederick, Angela, Bert, Ben, Becky, Beth and Barbara Delorme. Mrs. Morgridge and daughter Gina wish to express their deepest and heartfelt gratitude to the countless people who gave so very generously of their time, love, sympathy and material things to make this sorrowful occasion slightly easier to bear.

Prayers of thanks will be offered in gratitude for Monsignor Buckley, along with assistants at the Requiem Mass at St. Marks Church, a mass which so beautifully brought to mind our mission on earth and our dependence on Christ. To the many friends and neighbors who so kindly remembered us with food, flowers, gifts and mass and perpetual mass cards for Ralph, we know our thanks, even if not expected, will be meaningful. Our prayers go with each of you. Death divides us from our loved ones but multiplies us with friends.

Elementary School in South Hero. He said the teaching aides are supervised by employees of the district superintendent's office. "The School Board, the superintendent and the principal were all very receptive," Gayle Kilpatrick, another parent, said. 'The School Board indicated it would check into some issues." "We're waiting to see what will happen," Mrs. Moquin said, explaining the parents had asked for closer monitoring of some programs.

"The School Board showed all of us there that we were welcome and that they were willing to respond to our questions." Mrs. Kilpatrick said the dialogue between the School Board and parents "will continue and that more people will come. It was a good beginning." M. on the corner of Church and Main Streets explaining the project. Ralph Cramer, Chittenden County Transportation Authority general manager, told members that bus revenues are up because of the sale of tokens, which can be bought in advance and cost less than the normal fare.

Be Delayed said. At a Police Commission meeting, Patrolman John Sonnick was promoted to sergeant and Patrolman Richard Hebert was promoted to corporal. Pomerleau said the officers were promoted to fill vacancies and had scored the highest on department evaluations. Pomerleau also was re-elected commission chairman for the 10th year. Anniversary Monday Employees will be hosts for the program, which will include a barbecue for patients, center retirees, guests and staff.

Mildred Gasso Dies At Medical Center Mildred "Sis" Gasso, 51, an Old North End community activist and rounder ot re I vention of Abuse of Delinquent Children, known as PAD, died Wednesday at the Medical Center Hospital. Mrs. Gasso, of 108 N. Cham-plain GASSO founded the organization in December 1978 to help homeless children. She and her husband, Lawrence, also kept their home open to runaways and had accepted several foster children.

She headed a group called Urban Community Center, which was attempting to purchase space for a youth center in the North End. She also was an active member of the Democratic Party. S.B. Couple Gives $25,000 to College Leo and Helen Croteau of South Burlington have given their second $25,000 gift in two years to St. Michael's Collegn, in honor of the college's 75th anniversary.

The money goes into the Colchester college's pooled income fund, which provides a lifetime income for the Croteaus, then reverts to the college for scholarships. Croteau is a 1923 graduate of fit Michael s. He taught at the college and its high school and coached in their athlete programs. The Church Street Marketplace Commission has approved a budget through Jan. 1 for its information coordinator, Joyce Wasson.

Commissioners also were told about future advertising for the marketplace, including radio and television advertisements and a sign Police Reorganization Reorganization of the Burlington Police Department will have to wait until Deputy Chief Thomas Thear recovers from recent surgery, Police Commission Chairman Antonio Pomerleau said Thursday. Thear had drafted a report and was to begin meeting with aldermen and the public about the reorganization, but was operated on for kidney stones earlier this week. He will be out for at least a month, recovering at his home in Maryland, Pomerleau VA Center to Celebrate WHITE RIVER JUNCTION The Veterans Administration Center will celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Veterans Administration Monday from noon to 2 p.m. Rutland Authorities Seek Trio in Rape RUTLAND A 20-year-old Rutland woman told police she was raped by three men near Washington and Pleasant Streets early Thursday, city police said. The woman was walking home between about 1 a.m.

when three men approached her, grabbed her and raped her, she told police. Police said the woman went to a relative's house to report the incident, then was treated at Rutland Hospital and released. Police said the woman was not beaten, but appeared to be shook upstate's Attorney, Town Acquitted In False Arrest Case 2 From Page 1 leave out any reference to a so-called alibi involving the placement of Peckham's car at a lodge some 10 miles from the crime scene because it was insignificant. "A person assaulted Mrs. (Lucille) Stratton, not an automobile," he said.

John Stratton, the victim's husband, testified that both Pratt and Bernard were "professional and dedicated" police officers. He recalled the nightmare of being forced at gunpoint to watch the partially-masked assailant order his wife to engage in sex. Peckham has testified that he had marijuana and slides of nude women in his car when arrested. Peckham has told reporters he has been contacted by an author who found his story so interesting he wants to write a book about it. to AUCTION I I I 1 i i I (Rte.

100) JULY 20th, 1980 RAIN OR SHINE (Congregational ond St. Gabriel's) have, through and individuals, put together tremendous your pleasure include in small part the following- Curve Double Pedestal 54" Roll Top Desk, Oak Wall Phone, Upright Piono, Chairs, Books, Glass China, Kitchen Appliances, Collectables of ever description, Service Vouchers and Merchandise from Area Businesses to include: loads of Top Soil, Oil Changes, Food, Firewood, Tools, Gasoline, Clothing, Paint, Hardware Items, Meals from Area Restaurants, Toys, Savings Accounts at local Banks, Kindling Wood, Gift Certificates, Septic Tank Pumping, Backhoe Work, Gravel, Wash Sets at local Beauty Shops, Haircuts, Lumber. Over $3000 00 worth of merchandise and service vouchers donated to this good cause LUNCH to be served by the ladies of both Churches to include: Ham-burgs, Hot Dogs, Coffee, Cold Drinks, Donuts. SAIE UNDER TENT BRING CHAIRS SALE TO BE CONDUCTED BY LAMOILLE COUNTY'S FINEST AUCTIONEERS: WILLIS HICKS WARREN EARLE DAVE WHITCOMB LAWRENCE EARLE AUCTIONEER'S COMMENT: Some good household and Antique items donated by area residents for this sale. Willis says for all the ladies to come and see a good auctioneer work.

He is looking forward to seeing ail his old girl friends and 3 fl making new ones..

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