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Th Buriington (Vt.l Fre Press, Sundoy, November 25. 1984 ADVANCE Rutland Man in Serious Condition Deaths AUCTION NOTICE Vermont Lottery The number 602 was drawn Saturday in me daily lottery. 1LANCMAM. bckey, 21, of Weston. HNDHSCN.
Fraoarick 74, of rarnsburg. Ftidoy; served in the Army Chemicol Corps for 20 years. RUTLAND George Smith, 83, -of Rutland was in serious condition Important Sat, Dec. 1st 10 AM retired. TtUAX, Woodrow 71, of Esse Junction; la mo in Hunfmgton for many years and hod fnred Essex Junction for 33 years.
WUCOX, Dole 21, of Mfton. at the Rutland Regional Medical ANTIQUE COLLECTIBLES NOSTALGIA All childhood related old toys I panics wet acuis old small I furnishings some great items at BLUTO AUCTIONS Bonnie Gainer, 39, of Wallingford was in satisfactory condition with a mouth cut, the hospital spokesman said. Police said Gainer was westbound on U.S. 4 when her car collided with Smith's car, which was turning east onto U.S. 4 from Post Road.
RANOCftS. Gerald W. 80, of Si. Albans; had usieiuled a professional sign and picloiiol points ing business in the St. Albans area ond formally worked in the point loboiuroiy at fairbanks-Morse in St.
Johnsbury. HAlfY, Cecil 63, of Tmmovth; wot manager of the tool room at bttemuhonol Business Machines in Essex Junction for 19 years and earlier worked at General Electric in Ludlow. IAI.IMC, David 40. of Newport; had been a practicing lawyer in Newport for some hme. MALONET, Raymond G.
77. of Proctor. Friday; was employed by the town for many years and was Water Department superintendent when he Old Highgate Rd. St. Albans, VT 05478 (802) 527-7227 Center following a two-car accident at U.S.
4 and Post Road Saturday at 3:05 p.m., a hospital spokesman said. Smith suffered a fractured left leg, right ankle and ribs. Four occupants in his car received minor bumps and bruises, state police said. s1 cni it -vFloral Designs 1 Call or Send lor More Complete Listing Sate Positive TOMES. ANTIQUES, FARMS, ESTATCS IB I If VI LI A ft 181 St.
Paul Street next to Origanum WATCHING THE MARKET? Get closing prices on every stock traded on the. New York Exchange daily in the Money section of the Free Press. Call 863-3441 for home delivery. Death Notices and Funerals Held 864-7565 SHELBURNE HOSPITALITY RETIREMENT HOME has a special way to live-not in an institution and not alone. This" private residential home offers an alternative for living independently.
Private rooms, nutritious meals and other services help to reduce the stress of daily living. No deposit or lease. Call Collect 1-476-4071 or 864-9356 John D. Workman, David Modica and Thomas Senecal WOOOROW D. TRUAX ESSEX JUNCTION Woodrow D.
Truax, 71, died Saturday, Nov. 24, 1984, at the Medical Center Hospital after a long illness. He was born in North Troy March 17, 1913, son of John and Bertha (Gibney) Truax. He lived most of his are pleased to announce -the opening of the 1 fJLl.jfsi. WORKMAN FUNERAL HOME I ii i ii I I r- I i AUCTION TODA mi Vermont Bar in October 1973.
He was a member of the Vermont Bar Association, the American Bar Association and the American Trial Lawyers Association. He was also a member of Newport Post 21, American Legion, Alfred Pepin Post 798, VFW, and Newport Lodge 2155, BPOE. He had been a practicing lawyer in Newport for some time. He married the former Rosemary Marotta, who survives him. He also leaves three daughters.
Cedar, Krystal and Casey; his mother, Mrs. Marita Lalime of Derby Line; one brother, Mark Lalime of Green River, two sisters, Paula Marois of Holland, N.H., and Mrs. Ernest (Mary Ann) McFarlane of Derby; several aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held at St. Mary's Church in Newport Tuesday at 1 1 a.m.
with a Mass of Christian Burial. Interment will follow in St. Edward's Cemetery, Derby Line. Friends may call at the Converse-Rushford Funeral Home in Newport Monday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Should friends desire, donations in his memory may be made to the Sacred Heart Schools Fund, in care of Sacred Heart Schools, Newport, or the Newport Recreation Department, New-port, Vt.
05855. Funerals Held 68 Pinecrest Drive Essex VT 879-9477 Antiques Glassware Furnishings BLUTO AUCTIONS Old Highgate St Albans, VT Robert Gary Bluto Office (802) 527-7221 STORES, ANTIQUES, FARMS, ESTATCS Complete selection of funeral services with Burial or Cremation CuisDOTairtt early life in Huntington where he farmed for many years. He had lived in "Essex Junction for the past 33 years. He married Marie LaFleur Oct. 10, 1936, in Holy Rosary Church in Richmond.
He leaves his wife, Marie of Essex Junction; a son. Gene, and his wife, Barbara, both of Carver, two .1 daughters, Mrs. Donald (Norma) Strick- land of Georgia and Mrs. Melvin (Bren-da) Gargus of Frederick, a i brother, Glen wood Truax of Huntington; a granddaughter; three great-grandchil- dren; several nieces and nephews. A funeral Mass will be held Monday at 10 a.m.
in Holy Rosary Church in Richmond with interment following in Holy Rosary Cemetery. Visiting hours I are 2 to 4 p.m. today at the Gifford Funeral Home in Richmond. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be sent to the Essex Rescue Squad, Essex Junction, Vt. 05452.
FREDERICK C. FINDEISEN FERRISBURG Frederick C. Findei-! sen, 74, died Nov. 23, 1984, in Ferris-burg at the home of his daughter, Elizabeth Markowski. He was born Aug.
19, 1910, in Philadelphia, the son of Elsie and Charles Findeisen. Fred served in the Chemical Corps of the U.S. Army for 20 years and i retired with the rank of captain. During this time he was awarded the Army commendation ribbon, good conduct metal, the cross for conspicuous service and numerous other commendations. He served during World War II and the Korean Conflict and was dedicated to his country.
Upon retiring Fred spent 1 7 years in North Creek, N.Y., where he was active in Fred's Group Square Dancers, the Minerva School District, the Boy Scouts and Adirondack Life. An avid rock col-V lector, Fred was the founder of the Long Island Hounds in 1955. Fred was married to Dorothy Rapp 't Findeisen, who died April 27, 1 965. He is survived by his three children, Frederick C. Findeisen Jr.
of Alamo, Elizabeth Markowski of Ferris- burg, Robert J. Findeisen of Kalespill, 2 a sister, Carolyn Dietrick of New Cumberland, eight grandchildren, Deborah, Kim, Meggan, Eben, Stephen, Judd, Robert and Sarah. Services will be held Sunday, Nov. 25, at 2 p.m. at the Vergennes Congre-' actional Church.
Following the service friends are invited to attend a gathering at the home of Peter and Elizabeth 7 Markowski. 'i I laboratory of Fairbanks Scales Co. in St. Johnsbury. He was a member of the VFW, Robert Glidden Post 758.
He is survived by his wife, Jennie (Myhill) Flanders; a daughter, Mrs. Kenneth (Marian) Amadon of Orleans; a son, Gerald Flanders Jr. of St. Albans; four grandchildren; two great-grandchildren. He was predeceased by a brother, George Flanders, formerly of Weirs, N.H.
Funeral services will be held Monday at 1 1 a.m. in the Brady and Leves-que Chapel with Pastor Ashley Calhounof St. Paul's United Methodist Church officiating. Friends may call at the funeral home today from 7 to 9 p.m. Interment will be in the family lot in the Lyndon Center Cemetery, Lyndonville, with committal service at 3 p.m.
Monday. Arrangements are by the Brady and Levesque Funeral Home. CECIL H. HALEY TINMOUTH Cecil H. Haley, 63, died early Saturday morning, Nov.
24, 1984, at the Rutland Regional Medical Center after a long illness. Mr. Haley was born in Middletown Springs Sept. 19, 1921, the son of William P. Haley and Minnie (Horton) Haley.
Mr. Haley was manager of the tool room at International Business Machines in Essex Junction for 1 9 years. Prior to that he was employed at the General Electric Co. in Ludlow. Mr.
Haley is survived by his wife, Erma (Lindgren) Haley of Tinmouth; his mother, Mrs. Minnie Haley Barry of Rutland; one son, Timothy L. Haley of Tinmouth; two daughters, Mrs. Cecelia H. Richardson of Richmond and Mrs.
Georgean H. Munch of Poultney; two brothers, Francis W. Haley of Bow, N.H., and Alfred Haley of Fair Haven; four sisters, Mrs. Mary Hastings of Oklahoma City, Mrs. Pauline McLaren of Dayton, Ohio, Mrs.
Madeline Nolan of Chatsworth, and Mrs. Rita McPhee of Chittenden; several nieces, nephews, cousins, and many dear friends. Funeral services will be held Monday afternoon at 2 at the Trinity Episcopal Church in Poultney with the Rev. Father Robert Freeman, rector, officiating, assisted by the Rev. Alexander Smith of Essex Junction.
Burial will be in the family lot in Pleasant View Cemetery in Middletown Springs with Rev. Freeman and Rev. Smith reciting committal prayers. Friends and relatives may call at the McShane Funeral Home, 18 Bentley Poultney, tonight from 7 to 9. In lieu of flowers, the family wishes that donations be made to the hospice program at the Rutland Regional Medical Center or to the Pittsford Humane Society, Pittsford.
DAVID L. LALIME NEWPORT Attorney David I. Lalime, 40, of Newport passed away suddenly in Hardwick. His body was found Friday, Nov. 23, 1984.
He was born in Newport Feb. 22, 1 944, the son of Paul and Marita (Before) Lalime. He was a veteran of the U.S. Army and was a graduate of Sacred Heart High School in Newport. He graduated from the University of Vermont in 1970 and the Suffolk Law School in 1 973.
He was admitted to the See the best of food processors in action BURLINGTON LATOUR, Howard A. A Mass of Christian Burial was held Saturday at 9 a.m. in the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception with the Rev. Francis Holland officiating. Present in the sanctuary was retired Bishop Robert F.
Joyce. Attending was an honor guard of the Fourth Degree Knights of Columbus. Singing was provided by the Choir of Christian Burial. Interment followed in Resurrection Park Cemetery with Deacon Eugene Ducharme reading the committal prayers. Bearers were Mark, Matt and Patrick Sheehan, James Bushey, Travis Squier and Patrick Wil- A representative from Cuisinart will be at The House Works to demonstrate on Saturday, December 1 from You'll find the Cuisinart Food Processors at special everyday low prices.
All accessories 10 off Saturday only. CHRISTMAS AUCTION Held at VFW Banquet Hall, Pleasant Street MORRISVILLE, VT. Watch for Auction Signs Preview 11.00 A.M. NOV. 25, 1984.
12 Noon sale wilt include quality merchandise Trom wew tngiana aistriDutors, oank-ruptcy courts, warehouses, manufactur tine We will advise, gift wrap, and ship iriQii at rBmXr iritvilMl a rjLLL i miti, usaunuiannn wm wm a ers, etc. Giftware. tools, toys, jewelry. Christmas accessories, radios. 13" color TV, Audi-ovox cordless telephone systems, other telephones, wicker baskets, bamboo furniture, Component stereo systems.
AM FM stereo cassette boxes, clocks, watches, lots of candy, Panasonic batteries, household items, appliances, gift wrap, toy trucks, dolls, games. Lots of fun. savings of Christmas dollars and good old Vermont entertainment. NOTE: Door prizes to be given away at 3. 4 and 5 P.M.
A large pife sale at end Of AUCTION, Sheiburne, VT 985-8454 Manchester, VT 362-3672 Hours: M-F 10-9, Sat. 10-6, Sun. 12-5 SPECIAL LIMITED TIME CUSTOM FITTED. ALL-IN-THE-EAR HEARING AIDS ACT TODAY Offer Expires Dec. 1, 1984 AUCTION SALE OFFICE MACHINES OFFICE FURNITURE SHOP EQUIPMENT FOR THE ACCOUNT OF: R.L.
SHEPHENSON $26950 WARRANTY 2 YEARS TOTAL PRICE RAYMOND G. MALONEY SR. PROCTOR Funeral services for Raymond G. Moloney 72, of 74 West who died Friday evening at Rutland Regional Medical Center, will be held Monday at 1 1 a.m. in St.
Dominic's Church in Proctor. Burial will follow in St. Dominic's Cemetery. He was born in Wallingford April 26, 1912. Mr.
Moloney was employed by the town of Proctor for many years, and upon his retirement was superintendent of the Water Department. Surviving are his wife, Anne (Lucka-china) Moloney; a son, the Rev. Raymond G. Moloney, pastor of St. Mary's Church in Fair Haven; two sisters, Marion O'Neil of South Glens Falls, N.Y., and Hazel Sharpe of Hudson Falls, N.Y.; several nieces and nephews.
Friends may call at the Clifford Funeral Home in Rutland today from 2 to 4 p.m. DALE F. WILCOX MILTON Dale F. Wilcox, 21, son of Larry and Paula (Barrows) Wilcox of East Road, died early Saturday, Nov. 24, 1984, of injuries sustained in an automobile accident.
A funeral Mass will be held Tuesday at 10 a.m. in the Milton United Church. Visiting hours will be this evening from 7 to 9 and Monday from 2 to 4 ond 7 to 9 p.m. in the Hayes-Rich Funeral Home, Main Street, Fairfax. A complete obituary will appear in Monday's edition.
GERALD W. FLANDERS SR. IF YOU CAN HEAR BUT NOT Maybe this is the answer for you. Nothing behind the ear, no cords, all in the ear! Why not call or write for NO OBLIGATION hearing screening to see if you wear this marvelous hearinq aid. SHERATON-BURLINGTON INN BURLINGTON, VT 870 WILLIST0N ROAD TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1984 10:00 AM Inspection From 8:30 A.M.
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Royal, Olympia and others Many Electronic and Self Correcting Machines. Portable Electric Typewriters FJop emulators. Plain Paper and Electrostatic Copiers. OFFICE FURNITURE: New and Used Desks. Executive.
Secretarial and Conference Chairs Two and Four Drawer Files (Letter and Legal). Lamps. Chair Mats Folding Tables, and Clocks. SHOP EQUIPMENT: Depresses. Engine Driven Pumps, Wrench Sets Shoo Vacuums, and more.
ELECTRONIC CASH REGISTERS: Grand Total and Mult Total Registers including TCA, Towa, MANY ITEMS IN CARTON WITH MFGR. GUARANTEE. ALL USED EQUIPMENT SOLO AS IS. MOST ITEMS SOLO PIECE BY PIECE. SOME TRADE LOTS TO BE OFFERED.
TERMS: 25 Cash Deposit BALANCE Cash or Certified Check R.L. STEPHENSON AUCTIONEER NUMBER 0000005 ST. ALBANS Gerald W. Flanders 80, of Russell Street died Saturday morning, Nov. 24, 1984, in the Northwestern Medical Center.
He was born in Wolcott, Nov.5, 1904, son of the late Loren and Clara (Annis) Flanders. He operated a professional sign and pictorial painting business in the St. Albans area and had been formerly employed at the paint VERMONT REAL ESTATE COURSES In Memoriam An loving memory of a dear husband father Raymond Nichols who away Nov. 25, 1983. This day is remembered quietly kept, no words are needed, we shall never forget.
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