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RUTLAND DAILY HERALD. MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 24, 1984 6 Calendar Dave Eaton speaks on Vermont Reflections," public invited. BLOOD DRAWING Rochester, Federated Church, 9:30 a.m.-2p.m. STRATTON ARTS FESTIVAL Stratton, Base Lodge, p.m. CHILDRENS STORY Springfield, library, 10 a.m.

LECTURE Marlboro, Marlboro College, old music studio, 7 p.m., "Erikson: Stages of by Leighton McCutchen. BLOOD DRAWING Bristol, Mt. Abraham High School, p.m. SCHOOL BOARD City, Longfellow Building, 7:30 p.m. SELECTMEN Castleton, town office, 7:30 p.m.

SCHOOL BOARD Brandon, 7:30 p.m. SCHOOL BOARD Ludlow, elementary school, media center, 7 p.m, special meeting. TODAY CROSSROAD SQUARES City. Church of the Good Shepherd, Hillside Road, 7:30 p.m., free fun night, refreshments, Bob and Vi Snow, callers, soft-soled shoes. BLOOD DRAWING Castleton, CSC campus center, 11:30 a.m.-5p.m.

BOOK DISCUSSION Castleton, Castleton Free Library, 7:30 p.m., Vermont and the New Nation, guest scholar: Marshall True, UVM, free. LISTEN COMMUNITY DINNERS White River Junction, Methodist Church, p.m., free and open to all, contact Anne Thayer, 448-0508. STRATTON ARTS FESTIVAL Stratton. Base Lodge, SELECTMEN West Rutland, Town Hall. 7:30 p.m.

SCHOOL BOARD Benson, Village School, 7 p.m., special meeting to discuss transportation. UNION 39 SCHOOL BOARD Ludlow, superintendent's office, 7p.m. WINDSOR COUNTY ADVISORY BOARD Woodstock, Town Hall, 8p.m. SCHOOL BOARD Londonderry, Flood Brook School, 7:30 p.m. TOMORROW OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS City, Rutland Regional Medical Center, conference dining room, 7 p.m.

HISTORICAL SOCIETY Wallingford, Town HaU, 8 p.m., Obituaries Alphonse Quesnel Killed In Motorcycle Accident Mr. Sears Rites LUDLOW Funeral rites for Clayton E. Sears, 83, who died Thursday in Springfield, were conducted Saturday in the Hastings-Adams Funeral Home in Ludlow by the Rev. Richard Johnson, pastor of the United Methodist Church in Saranac, N.Y. Burial was in Pleasantview Cemetery in Ludlow.

Bearers were Donald Pratt of Mount Holly, John Butler of Burlington, Paul Butler and Michael Butler, both of Ludlow, Kenyon Barlow of Rutland, and Christopher Barlow of Ludlow. Administration-approved flying school for many years. He was also a member of Foot of the Mountain Snowmobile Club. On Nov. 15, 1944, he married Gladys Murray in Middlebury.

He is survived by his wife of Middlebury; two sons, John Quesnel and Jim Quesnel, both of Middlebury; one brother, Aurele Quesnel of Middlebury; five sisters, Jean Charron of Rutland, Lucie Anne Maheu of Salisbury, Simone Duclos of Middlebury, Lorette Cooke of Crown Point, N.Y., and Evette Paquette of Middlebury; three grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Friends may call at the Waite Funeral Home Tuesday evening from 7 to 9 p.m. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Middlebury Volunteer Ambulance Association, Middlebury, Vt. 05753. MIDDLEBURY Funeral services for Alphonse J.

Quesnel, 66, who died Friday evening in Alberta, Canada, after a fatal motorcycle accident, will be held Wednesday at 1 p.m. at St. Marys Catholic Church in Mid-dlebury. Burial will follow in Prospect Cemetery in East Mid-dlebury. He was born Dec.

27, 1918, in Casselman, Ontario, the son of Alfred and Delvina (Huneault) Quesnel. Mr. Quesnel was manager of the Middlebury State Airport and also of Dustaire a crop-dusting firm he founded in 1951 flying World War II aircraft. He had over 20,000 flying hours and had conducted cropdusting operations in all the New England states. He started flying at the Bristol airport in 1935 and soloed in 1936.

He later ran a Veterans Ralph H. Keith ORWELL Ralph H. (Uncle Joe) Keith, 75, died Sunday morning at the Porter Medical Center in Middlebury. He was born Oct. 4, 1908, the son of Scott and Rose (White) Keith.

He was a retired carpenter and dairy farmer and also a veteran of World War II. He is survived by one sister, Mrs. Sylvester (Ethel) Lanne of Brandon, and several nieces and nephews. A memorial service will be held Wednesday at 1 p.m. at the Orwell Congregational Church with the Rev.

Ray Emerson officiating. There will be no calling hours, but people may call at the Walker James home at their convenience. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the First Response of Orwell or the 60 Plus Club of Orwell, in care of the Waite Funeral Home, 117 So. Main Middlebury, Vt. 05753.

The Waite Funeral Home is in charge of funeral arrangements. Miss Storey Rites BENNINGTON Funeral services for Margaret A. Storey, of Dermody Road, who died Sept. 17 at her home, were held Friday at 1 p.m. at the Contributions may be made to the St.

Ambrose Church building fund or to the St. Gerard Home, RD 3, Box 91, Bristol 05443. Ruth T. LeMontagne WOODSTOCK A funeral mass for Ruth Tarleton LeMontagne, 73, who died Saturday at the Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital in Hanover, N.H., will be held Thursday at 9 a.m. in Our Lady of the Snows Catholic Church.

The Rev. William T. Gallagher will officiate. Burial will follow in the Riverside Cemetery. She was born Oct.

19, 1910, in Woodstock, daughter of James and Luna (Marcy) Tarleton. She graduated from Woodstock High School and was a member of St. Annes Club and the Woodstock Country Club. Her husband, Bertrand LeMontagne. died in 1979.

Survivors are a son, Bertrand J. LeMontagne of West Covina, a daughter, Louise Parker of Grand Isle; a brother, Raymond Tarleton of Woodstock; two sisters, Irene Harrington of White River Junction, and Eva Lober of Shelburne Falls, six grandchildren; eight greatgrandchildren. There will be no visiting hours. Memorial contributions may be made in her name to the American Heart Association. Arrangements are under the direction of the Cabot Funeral Home in Woodstock.

Elsie M. Brockway WOODSTOCK A funeral mass for Elsie Miner Brockway, 82, who died at her home Saturday evening after a long illness, will be held Thursday at 11 a.m. in the Our Lady of the Snows Catholic Church. The Rev. William T.

Gallagher will officiate. Burial will be in Riverside Cemetery. Sh- was born in Vergennes, May 25, 1902, daughter of Henry Louis and Josephine Mary (Fields) Miner. She graduated from Brandon High School in 1922. In 1929 she graduated as a registered nurse from St.

Elizabeths Hospital School of Nursing in Brighton, Mass. After leaving St. Elizabeths Hospital she worked for 14 years at the Porter Hospital in Middlebury. In 1945 she married George Brockway who is the retired Windsor County court clerk. Mrs.

Brockway was a member of Our Lady of the Snows Catholic Church, St. Anne's Club, Kings Daughters, and served on the committee of the Visiting Nurses Association. Survivors besides her husband of Woodstock, are two daughters, Mary B. Keith of Amherst, N.H., and Katrina B. Bianchi of Charlotte; a brother, Kenneth Miner of Woodstock; three grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; nieces and nephews.

Visiting hours will be Tuesday and Wednesday at Mrs. Brockway's home on Route 4 from 7 to 9 p.m. Memorial contributions may be made to the Woodstock Visiting Nurses Association scholarship fund in care of W. Bruce Dudley, trustee for the Town of Woodstock Trust Fund. Arrangements are under the direction of the Cabot Funeral Home.

William F. Eddy WINDSOR Memorial services for William Fayette Eddy, 68, of 307 Redbird Road, Bonifay, who died Sept. 15 at Flowers Hospital in Dothan, were held Saturday at St. Anne's Church in Marianna, Fla. Mr.

Eddy was a retired state employee of the Vermont State Prison, Windsor, where he was supervisor of the printing department. He had also been employed as a production manager of the printing department of Tuttle Law Print Inc. in Rutland. He was a member of Knights of Columbus, American Legion, Army National Guard, RSVP, and had been a member of St. Francis of Assisi Church in Windsor.

He retired from Company of the National Guard in 1976 after serving over 30 years. He is survived by his wife, Elsie I. Eddy of Bonifay, a son, Michael P. Eddy of Bristol; a daughter. Gale A.

Eddy of Atlanta, a half-brother, Franklin Smith of Bristol; a sister, Mrs. Florence Pearson of Flagler Beach, two half-sisters, Mrs. Albertine Trudo of Dayville, and Mrs. Rosamond Shepard of Bristol. Virginia T.

Bishop BRANDON Virginia T. Bishop, 59, of McConnell Road, died Sunday morning at the Medical Center Hospital of Vermont in Burlington after a long illness. She was born in Rutland Town, Aug. 28, 1925, daughter of Thomas and Harriet (Smith) Turner. She was a graduate of Pittsford High School in 1944.

She is survived by her husband, Harold E. Bishop Jr of Brandon; a daughter, Mrs. David (Cheri Lynn) Kelly of St. George; a son, Robert T. Bishop of Hudson, N.Y.; a sister, Mrs.

Charles (Fanny) Proctor of Fair Haven; two brothers, Arthur Turner and Marvin Turner, both of Pittsford; five grandchildren; nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 1 p.m. at the Barnard Funeral Home in Pittsford. Burial will be in Evergreen Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home Tuesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m.

Memorial contributions may be made to a favorite charity. OLD CLOCKS REPAIRED ANY CONDITION PICK UP-DELIVERY Rutland 802-773-3085 Around Vermont Couple Suffered Many Wounds BURLINGTON (AP) An autopsy has revealed that a Jay couple found dead in their chalet last week were shot eight to 11 times each. Paul Morrow, deputy chief medical examiner, completed 14 hours of autopsies this weekend and found that each victim had been dead at least 24 house before their bodies were found by a friend Thursday afternoon. The yictims were identified as Roland Hanel, 49 and his wife, Maram, 32. Police say no arrests have been made, nor has any motive been determined.

Were going to just keep plugging away, said Vermont State Police Cpl. Peter Johnson. The gun has not been recovered and police say they are unsure what type of weapon was used. A shotgun has been ruled jut because of the type of wound. Morrow also said there were 10 powder burns on the bodies, revealing that the couple was not shot at extremely close range.

Hanel was shot in the chest, stomach, head, arms, legs and lack. Mrs. Hanel had gunshot wounds to the chest, both arms ind stomach. Hanel was found in the living oom, while his wifes body was the adjoining kitchen. Head-On Crash In Alburg ALBURG VILLAGE Two vehicles collided on Route 2 around noon Sunday when a Richford man swerved into the left lane to avoid a car passing the truck into which he crashed.

A spokesman for the Vermont State Police at St. Albans said Edgar Lukens, 62, of Boise, Idaho, was driving a pickup truck towing a 23-foot travel trailer south on Route 2. He was uninjured in the crash, but his truck sustained approximately $3,500 in damage to the entire front end and undercarriage, police said. State Meetings This Week MONTPELIER (AP) Here is a list of state government meetings for the week of Sept. 24-28.

Monday Juvenile Detention Facility Study Committee: 10:30 a.m., Room 11, State House. Tuesday Joint Fiscal Committee: 10 a.m., 133 State Montpelier. Transportation Law Revision Committee: 7:30 p.m., Municipal Building, St. Johnsbury. State Board of Education: 9:30 a.m., 120 State Montpelier.

Hospital Data Council: 9:30 a.m., State Office Complex, Waterbury. Travel Advisory Council: 9:30 a.m., Vermont State Chamber of Commerce, Berlin. Water Resources Board: 10 a.m., City Hall, Montpelier. Architectural Barrier Compliance Board: 1:30 p.m., State Office Complex, Waterbury. Wednesday Vermont State Board of Land Surveyors: 9 a.m., 26 Terrace Montpelier.

Environmental Board: 10 a.m Sheffield Town Hall. Legislative Administrative Rules Committee: 9:30 a.m., Killington. Legislative Study of Judicial Nominations: 9:30 a.m., Room 5, Statehouse. Study of the Legislature: 10 a.m., Room 11, State House. Thursday Joint Fiscal Subcommittee on Motor Vehicles District Offices: 10 a.m., Highway Garage, Rutland.

Transportation Law Revision Committee: 7:30 p.m., Winooski High School. Vermont Industrial Development Authority: 9:30 a.m., Radisson Hotel, Burlington. Real Estate Licensing Law Rewrite Committee: 9:30 a.m., Room 30, State House. Vermont Labor Relations Board: 9:30 a.m., 13 Baldwin Montpelier. Motor Vehicle Racing Commission: 9:30 a.m., 13 Baldwin St.

State Appeals Panel: 9:30 a.m., 26 Terrace Montpelier. Vermont Criminal Justice Training Council: 9:30 a.m., Vermont Police Academy. Vermont Advisory Council On Historic Preservation: 10 a.m., 195 So. Main Wiondsor. Vermont Transportation Board: 10:30 a.m., Town Garage, Northfield.

Water Resources Board: 1 p.m., Sheldon Town Hall. Friday Water Resources Board: 1 p.m., Sheldon Town Hall. Vermont State Colleges Board of Trustees: 5 p.m., Castleton State College. Senior Highlights' Mary's Church in Fair Haven, Vt. Burial will follow in the church cemetery.

She was born March 10, 1914, in Casselman, Ontario, daughter of Arthur and Marie (Patenaude) Charron. Besides her husband of Hampton, survivors are two daughters, Mrs. Combs of Wells, and Mrs. Maurice (Joyce) Desorda of Hampton; two sons, Robert Genier of Andover, and Peter Genier of Benson, two sisters, Mrs. Germaine Gaines of Newtown, and Mrs.

William (Adrienne) King of St. Petersburg, eight grandchildren and five greatgrandchildren. A son, Thomas Genier, died in 1970. Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Monday at the Mallory Funeral Home in Fair Haven.

Donald H. Patterson BENSON A graveside service for Donald H. Patterson, 70, of Watson Road, Hinsdale, who died Saturday at the Hillcrest Hospital in Pittsfield, after a long illness, will be held Wednesday in the Fair-view Cemetery in Benson. He was born in Benson, son of Martin H. and Mary J.

(Strong) Patterson. He was educated in Benson. He had made his home in Hinsdale since 1934, and had been employed by the Byron Weston Paper Co. as a fireman. He retired in 1973 after 30 years of service.

He had attended the Benson Methodist Church. He was the husband of the former Emma Hamill, whom he married June 4, 1936. Survivors besides his wife of Hinsdale, are two daughters, Mrs. Anne P. Gehring of Dalton, and Mrs.

Eleanor R. Schafer of Peru, two sons, Donald H. Patterson Jr. of Chester, and David M. Patterson of Frankfort, a brother, Martin E.

Patterson of Sandy Hook, a sister, Marguerite Dewitt of Danbury, eight grandchildren and two greatgrandchildren. The Bartlett-Wellington Funeral Home, 525 Main Dalton, is in charge of arrangements. Ronald E. Knapp SPRINGFIELD A memorial service for Ronald E. Knapp, 40, who died unexpectedly Thursday in Shrewsbury, will be held Tuesday at 3 p.m.

in the First Congregational Church. The Rev. Charles G. Campbell will officiate. Burial will be in Oakland Cemetery at the convenience of the family.

He was born in Springfield, May 25, 1944, son of Kenneth and Flora (Hastings) Knapp. He graduated from Springfield High School in 1962 and went on to graduate from Kutztown University in Pennsylvania. Locally he has served as an art teacher in the Springfield school system for the past 18 years, held the position of district art coordinator of this area as well as holding the offices of past president, vice president, and a trustee of the Springfield Art and Historical Society. He served as the varsity ski coach for over 16 years and for eight years was coach of the junior varsity soccer team. He also served in the capacity of varsity soccer coach for a number of years.

From 1980 to 1983 he was a summer counselor for the Vermont Department of Education. Survivors include his mother of Springfield; a brother, Robert K. Knapp of Springfield; a sister, Mrs. Arnold (Shirley) Howe of Taftsville; his fiance, Kathy Callahan of Springfield; several nieces, nephews and cousins. There will be no visiting hours.

Donations in lieu of flowers may be made to the Ronald Knapp scholarship fund in care of Brenda Blodgett at Springfield High School. The Davis Memorial Chapel is in charge of arrangements. Anna B. Hannan STARKSBORO A mass of the resurrection will be celebrated Tuesday at 11 a.m. in St.

Ambrose Church in Bristol for Mrs. Anna B. Hannan, 80, who died Saturday afternoon following a long illness. Burialwill be in Mount St. Joseph Cemetery in Bristol.

She was born in Starksboro, May 24, 1904, daughter of Edward T. and Alice (Casey) Butler. She was a member of St. Ambrose Church, the Catholic Women's Club and had served on the Pastoral Council. She taught schools in Starksboro, New Haven and Bristol for many years.

She served Starksboro as school director, was a member of the Board of Civil Authority, trustee of the library and was past president of the Starksboro Extension Homemakers Club. She was past president, past vice president and held several other offices for the Vermont Rural Letter Carriers Auxiliary for many years. She was a delegate to the National Rural Letter Carriers Auxiliary Association in Des Moines, Iowa, in 1958. Survivors are her husband, Edward L. Hannan of Starksboro; two sisters, Mrs.

Mary Austin of Middlebury, and Mrs. Gertrude Racicot of Burlington; several nieces and nephews. Friends may call at the Brown-McClay Funeral Home in Bristol Monday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. The following activities will take place the week of Sept. 24-28 at the Rutland Recreation and Parks Department Senior Center.

Monday: yoga, 10 a.m.; piano, 10 a.m.; quilting, 1 p.m.; Alzheimer's support group, 1:30 p.m. Tuesday: art class, 9:30 a.m. (first session full); bridge, 1 p.m.; cards, 1 p.m.; Rutland Council, 6 p.m. Wednesday: aerobics, 9:30 a.m.; ceramics, 9:30 a.m.; adult education begins, 1 p.m.; sewing, 1 p.m.; Golden Age, 1 p.m.; whist, 1:30 p.m.; evening ceramics, 7 p.m.; square dancing. 7p.m.

Thursday: crewel and lat-chooking begins, 10 a.m. (first Hanson-Walbridge Chapel. The Rev. Kenneth Costin, rector of St. Peter's Episcopal Church, officiated at the services, attended by friends, neighbors and personnel of the Union Carbide Corp.

where Miss Storey had been employed for 32 years. Burial followed in Park Lawn Cemetery where the Rev. Costin offered a graveside prayer. Bearers were Tom Foster, Albert Horst, George Horst, Robert Gilroy, Donald Davis and Robert Smith. Ann J.

Allen WESTFIELD, Mass. Mrs. Ann Johnson Allen, 75, died Sunday in Westfield. She is survived by her husband, Harold Allen of Westfield; a brother, Edward Johnson of West Rutland; two sisters, Mrs. Esther Nelson of West Rutland, and Mrs.

Allen Kelley of Rutland. Funeral arrangements are pending. Yvonne M. Genier HAMPTON, N.Y. A funeral serr vice for Yvonne M.

Genier, 70, wife of Leo Genier, who died Saturday after- -noon at the Rutland (Vt.) Regional Medical Center after a long illness, will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday at St. session); film, 12:30 p.m.; card party, 1:15 p.m.; evening art class (first session), 7 p.m.; slide show on China, 7 p.m. Friday: piano, 10 a.m.; chorus, 1:30 p.m. Beginning at 1:30 p.m.

Mon: day, a co-sponsored series, sponsored by the Rutland Recreation and Parks Department's Senior Center and the Rutland Mental Health Alzheimers Information and Support Group, will meet at the center. People can call 775-2381 for further information. The Rutland Recreation and Parks Department's van is offered for individuals who need transportation. People should call 773-1853 at least one day in advance for a ride reservation. degree from the Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago.

The class is free and open to the general public. It is in a lecture format with ample opportunity for any questions. Baby-sitting and rides can be provided. People can call the church office at 773-9659 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

weekdays for more information. driven by Steven Mauk, 29, of Pownal. Oparowski's car sustained left front fender and hood damage. Mauk suffered possible shoulder injuries and contusions. His passenger, Tara Nagel, 29, of New Ashford, suffered abrasions and contusions to her right leg.

Chief Justice bench and at least three people outside the judicial circle are interested in replacing Billings. The list includes Public Service Board Chairwoman V. Louise McCarren, Frederic Allen of Burlington and Peter Plante of Norwich. The two justices interested in the post are Wynn Underwood and William Hill. Snelling plans to interview each person whose name was on the list submitted to him by the nominating board.

It is not known when he will make a selection. TOWN OF WEST RUTLAND BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT PUBLIC HEARING A public hearing before the Board of Adjustment of the Town of West Rutland will be held on the 10th day of October, 1984 at 8:00 PM at the Town Hall, West Rutland to consider an application for a variance from the Town Zoning Regulations. Applicant Frank Olga Bruno 40 Ross Street West Rutland Proposed Use To construct a one-story car garage with less than the required left yard setback. Proposed Location 40 Ross Street West utland Application No. 84 230 Date September 20, 1984 The above application is available for inspection at the Town Hall.

Persons wishing to appeal and be heard may do so in person or be represented by an agent or at torney. Communications about the above application may be filed in writing with the Board or at the hearino TOWN BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT Life With God Course Begins Life With God, an adult inquiry class concerning issues of the Bible and Christian faith, will be held beginning at 10 a.m. Monday, Sept. 24, and at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept.

27, at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church on Hillside Road. The class will be conducted by the Rev. Wayne A. Gill, who holds a masters of divinity ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS The Rutland Town Recreation Commission is seeking bids from Engineers for the re-design and construction to Dewey Field in Center Rutland. Engineers interested should contact the Commission it 7732528 for an interview appointment for bid purposes.

This is a Heritage Conservation and Recreation Service project. RUTLAND TOWN RECREATION COMMISSION Car and Cycle Crash in Pownal POWNAL A Route 7 collision between a car leaving a driveway and a motorcycle carrying two people left two people slightly injured Sunday. Police said the accident occurred near Route 346 when the left front side of a car driven by Peter Oparowski, 59, of Lanesboro, collided with the ride side of the motorcycle Snelling to Name RUTLAND CENTRAL SUPERVISORY UNION NOTICE Handicapped Children Ages 0-21 Years The Rutland Central Supervisory Union, Proctor, Rutland Town and West Rutland, in meeting the requirements of its local Education Agency Plan, is attempting to identify any and all area resident children between the ages of 0-21 years who may be considered handicapped. These children are entitled to receive an education, regardless of handicap, at public expense. It is possible that the Rutland Central Supervisory Union may not be aware of the residence of all handicapped children.

If you know of a child who might be eligible for educational services and is not in school, please notify the Coordinator of Special Education in the Rutland Central Supervisory Union, P.O. Box 22 Evelyn Street, Rutland, VT 05701, or phone 775-7319. MONTPELIER (AP) Gov. Richard A. Snelling is about to begin interviewing applicants interested in becoming chief justice of the Vermont Supreme Court.

A Snelling aide said the governor was setting up appointments to meet with those individuals whose names have been submitted to him by the Judicial Nominating Board. Former Chief Justice Franklin Billings resigned recently to become a federal judge. Two justices already on the.

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