Rutland Daily Herald from Rutland, Vermont on November 18, 1981 · 16
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Rutland Daily Herald from Rutland, Vermont · 16

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16 RUTLAND DAILY HERALD. WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 18, 1981 On The Record The following ire excerpts from the Rutland City Police log: City Police Monday 11:48 a m. The front door of a Bellevue Avenue home was reported open when the resident returned. Nothing was found disturbed or missing when the house was checked by an officer. and there was no sign of forced entry. 2:03 p m. A domestic problem was reported in the Forest Park area. The subject had left the area prior to the arrival of the officer 2 53 p m. A residence on Woodstock Avenue requested an officer. The dispute was over how much rent was owed. The matter was a civil problem, and the parties were advised to contact a lawyer. 3:58 p.m. Some youths were reported causing problems at the south end of the downtown shopping plaza. No youths were found when officers arrived to check the area. 4:39 p.m. A vent window, valued at approximately $40, was reported smashed on a vehicle parked on Merchants Row sometime between 8 a m. and 4 p.m. 5:17 p.m. A citizen's band radio, valued at approximately $50. was reported taken from a vehicle parked on the lower level of the parking deck. There was no sign of forced entry into the vehicle. 7:19 p.m. An intoxicated person was reported on North Main Street. A 28-year-old St. Albans man was lodged at the Rutland Community Correctional Center as incapacitated. 8:03p.m. A tire, valued at approximately $70, was reported slashed on a vehicle parked in the Woodstock Avenue area. 9:18 p.m. A youth who was babysitting in Forest Park reported she was having a problem with the former boyfriend of the person she was working for. An officer located the subject and advised him to stay away from the apartment. 9:18 p.m. A fight was reported in the South Street area. This was a civil problem a verbal argument, but not a fight. The problem was resolved, and all was quiet when the officer left. City Police Tuesday 2:24 a. m. A South Main Street business requested police to remove two subjects. When the subjects Police Seek Missing Rutland Woman City Police have issued a general broadcast alert for a Rutland woman who has been reported missing for more than a week. Patricia Hesse. 35, was last seen shopping at the Rutland Mall on the afternoon of Nov. 9. Hesse's landlady discovered she was missing later that evening. Hesse rented a room in a house on 81A Davis St. Pamela Congdon of Chittenden, Hesse's sister, said Tuesday that when the landlady returned home the evening of Nov. 9, there was food burning on the stove. and other food prepared for a meal by the stove. Congdon said her sister has not worked in several years. Hesse was described as 5 feet 1 inch tall approximately 110 pounds with long blond hair and blue eyes. She is assumed to be wearing a long gray summer trenchcoat and a black over-the-shoulder pocket-book. Nothing could be determined missing from the apartment, Congdon said. Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Hesse is asked to contact the Rutland City Police Department. Rutland Hospital Admitted Monday to Rutland Hospital were Richard Fuller, 54 South Main St., Dallas Wyant of 98 East St., George Bushman of Wallingford. Michelle Raiford and Benjamin Cook, both of Castleton, Cim Rouse of Brandon. Sandra Duling of East Poultney, Roy Pnest of Mount Holly, Louis Durand of Springfield, James Harwood Sr. of Dorset, Harriet Morris of Granville, N.Y.. and Minnie Mylott of Whitehall. N.Y. Discharged Monday were William Durfey of 19 Baxter St., Margaret Powell and daughter of 155 Dorr Drive, Susan Delong and daughter of 98 River St., Cynthia Hartz and son of 5 Highland Ave., Mary Coc-cia of 94 Franklin St MaryEUen Evans of 22 West St., Elizabeth Jordon of 23 Baxter St., Maud M a ra n ville of 25 Church St., Martin Murdock of Beverly Manor, Harry Woods Jr., of 182 Crescent St., Nancy Waitkus and son, and Patricia Tiraboschi. all of West Rutland. Ivy Dixon and daughter, and Bernice Mailhoit, all of Florence, Douglas Cram Sr., and Ellen Gill and son. all of Fair Haven, Christie Baker of Danby, Louise Durand of Springfield, and Rita Walsh of Whitehall, N.Y. Patricia Hesse DAR Meeting Members of the Ann Storey Chapter of Daughters of the American Revolution are asked to meet at the home of Mary Baird on Route 7 Nov. 19 at 2p.m. m Dewarb unto others. Now available in the 500 ml size. I The gift of Dewars. Good things never vary. Ifyom cm't dHmrrwmg WfaW Ln prncwdfr. mliot fmym. C4tDtttm900-52S-6Mio'takGiltkmi at m atn cast left the business, they kicked a car door, causing approximately $50 damage. As a result, two Rutland men, aged 17 and IS, were cited to appear in court Dec. 14 to answer charges of unlawful mischief. 3:04 a.m. Two males were reported fighting on Cleveland Avenue. No one was in the area when the officers arrived. 3: 30 a .m . A business on South Main Street reported two male subjects did not pay for their services. Two Rutland men, aged 17 and 18, were cited to appear in court Dec. 14 to answer charges of theft of services. Mrs. Christy L. King tf Manchester has beea riected as a contestant ia the 1912 Mate finals of the Mrs. Vermont America ngfat King on a com-of heanty, in- high ideals. She has been fried to her husband, Andy, one year and is cwrentty attending the College of St. Joseph the Provider. The Roadside Chapel, 42 Woodstock Ave., ministering to the Rutland community for 25 years, will celebrate its special 25th Anniversary services Friday, Nov. 20, at 7 p.m.; Saturday, Nov. 21, at 6 p.m.; and Sunday, Nov. 22, at 10:40a. m.and7p.m. Guest speaker at Roadside Chapel services will be the founding pastor and builder of Roadside Chapel, Harry Snook. Saturdays service at 6 p.m., will be held at the Grace Congregational Church with a covered dish supper and slide presentation by the minister of the church. Choose Your Term! Choose Your Yield! Choose Your Amount! With New Flexible Investment Options-From The Burlington Savings Bank The Six Month Flexible Investment Option ,u 1 Never before have you had so many banking choices. These Flexible Investment Options" allow you to choose the investment that makes the most sense for you. And all are insured up to $100,000 by the FDiC for each depositor. 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