The Times Argus from Barre, Vermont on January 6, 1965 · 2
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The Times Argus from Barre, Vermont · 2

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Two THE TIMES-ARGUS BABKE-MONTPEUER VT WEDNESDAY JANUARY 6 1 r Good Cooks See Romance In Food Mrs Masterlon Tells Barre Women A successful cook must thlnklonce-u-month TV program In of food as a romance Mrs El- Schenectady N Y was asked Maxwell I Sr huh prominent !b In excess u U miUua dol- to Masterlon told the Barre by the foods editor of Uie New ' Woman's Club last night "It 'York Daily News for a Thanks- Mountain Paper Product require skill though not to the giving dinner table setting using paper and paper product mnnu facturi-r In Vermont announces mainiains a New York Imt of distress calls for inter-j photogenic foods She enter tained her listeners by relating establishment o! another autiai- (1ffop 4 Madison Ave'est and it needs study" diary to his Mountain Paper Product Corp fhe new company Stclmar Manufacturing Corp will be located In Bellows Falls when- Mountain Paper already Is operating three paper mills and a plnnl The hostess at Blueberry Hill some of the hard work that Farm anil author of several goes Into such h program popular cookbooks spoke at the There must he two of everythin In Scarsdale N Y and'eluh moms describing the es- j thing Mra Masterton explained Saxtons River 'tablishment of the farmhouse two mince pies two blueberry Robert D Warner general whirh she and her husband pies two pumpkin pies in other paper converting manaSfr 0f Mountain Paper John have developed Into a year- words all dishes being photo-ProducU Corp reside in Sax- round mecca for lovers of fine graphed must have a "stand- S t e I m a r will manufacture ions River plastic coated paper cups Plant capacity is 100 million cups per year Stock and private designs printed In colors on white paper stock will he manufactured by Stclmar Twenty-five styles ami size of cup will he available Within twelve months it is estimated than 50 to 60 persons will hi1 employed in this plant Also in fhe advance development stage is a broad scope plant Improvement plan for the company's Pyegate Paper Division In East Ryegaie The program rails for setting up a com' pine converting operation and doubling plant capacity It Is estimated tha better thun 100 food in' She explained that her first Mrs Masterton recalled the three published cookbooks were visit of poet Robert Frost to combined info a group and are Rlueherry Hill Farm Several being sold under the title “ Kiss-1 specialties were made prepara-ing Don't Last — Cookery Do!" tory to the visit related Mrs Into these cookbooks Mrs Masterton but Frost ate with Masterton told her audience ihe other guests and declared she has poured all her notes chicken baked in wine to be his Montpelier Will Gel Tax Cut Montpelier City Manager Ralph Irving announced this ! and experiences private preju-1 favorite morning that the city has cash on hand of 11084426 in (he general fund as of Dec 31 compared with only 11357496 for 1963 dices whims and fancies about! Mrs Masterton was Intro-food Mrs Masterlon has five duced by Miss Stella Mayo published books to her credit Mrs Masterton also reviewed her experience as one of the The unappropriated surplus four judges for the 1964 Mrs he said is $41 854 (16 as eom-Ameriea contest in St Peters- pared to $1193990 a year ago: burg Fla While Ihe other judg- — es were considering poise Further amounts of com pan- ” son that Irving disclosed wen-additional emoloyrs can be add-! $1821782 as compared with ed to the Rye-ale Paper payroll j$l475503 last year for unpaid taxes the expectancy of uncollected taxes will be about $6-21782 compared with $475503 Accounts receivable for 1964 are $101980 as compared to $83214 in 1961 Toial assets are $4416406 as compared with $3279590 Irving said there will probably be about $30000 plus the $42000 from Ntional Life Insurance Co that can be used against the city tax rate In 1964 the 'ax rate was $505 with this improvement program In full operation The cost will Obituary Funeral For Miss Dodge Funeral services for Miss Lottie Dodge who died Saturday at the Capital Nursing Home in Montpelier were held Tuesday at 1:30 pm at the Barber and Lanier Funeral Home Th ta' ££ grooming and personality Mrs Masterton was tasting 17 cakes and 17 one-dish dinners Mrs Masterton who has Brooks The meeting was conducted by Mrs Kenneth Low president Guests including lcgisla tori' w wives were welcomed by Mrs I Low I Devotions were led by Mrs Clyde Fussell The members and thrir guests werp entertained by Miss Candy Eastman a student at Spaul- Slippery Streets Blamed In Several Barre Collisions Barre Town Manager Burnett Will Assume Duties Monday GeorgeS Burnett of Lynn-i The selectmen authorised field Mass former acting town Tucker to start the new sewage jeonttooed to piny "the catalyst In manager in Clarksburg W Va treatment plants which are automobile accident in Barre 111 take over the $7500 Banv ready for operation They also This morning at 8 am a car Town manager post next Mini discussed future equip m e n t made numerous radio and tele- ding High School Miss East-! vision appearances and has a 'man sang two solos She was I accompanied by Douglas Aiken pianist also a student at Spaul-1 ding During the business session it was voted to contribute to the Penny-O-F und T e a c h e r’s Scholarship Fund and the Endowment Fund projects of the Vermont Federation of Women's Clubs HOLDING ON — Rep W Clark Hutchinson R-Rochester holds on his chair in the House He is the only member of the Legislative Commission on Reapportionment to file a minority report and opposes the whole idea Lawyers Ask Lebanon Arson Trial Moved LEBANON N H (API -At- Williamstown Man Mother-To-Be Is fined S100 Denies Driving In Capital City Under Suspension A Williamstown man was An East Randolph expectant slapped with a $100 fine in (mother is free on $150 bail af- operated by a teen tiger was Involved In a two - car collision ln the parking area behind the new Spaulding High School I Ronald D Gaboriault 17 of Barre Town loat control of his 1955 two door e d n and it skidded Into a car operated by Mrs Virginia C Higgs 54 of 31 Spaulding St Mrs Higgs' car was slopped when the accident happened according to police There wa $300 damage to each car At 755 am two car collided on Smith Street al m 0 1 1 head on There was $175 damage to a car operated by Ralph L Mow-att 24 of 39 Berlin St and $75 damage to a 1964 pickup truck driven by Wilfred ChartJer 48 of 16 Downes Ave Barre Yesterday at 5 pm cars operated by John Madssac 22 of 825 N Main St and Dorothy Leith 45 of Short Street were in collision on N nary Street There was $35 damage to Maclssac’s 1956 tudor sedan and j$50 damage to Mrs Leith's 1963 sedan day He succeeds Frank L needs and other Items which Tucker who resigned Nov 4 Tucker will remain on the Job about another week to help orient Burnett Tucker who resigned without any announced reason wa still mum today about his future plans He served as town mana- r- r- ger for five years His prevl- FQr f0fQ6rY ous Job as a surveyor and engi-1 '9VI f neer took him to many remote LOS ANGELFS (AP) — When areas including Iceland He re-ivePnn safecracker Edgar sides at 79 Smith St Barre j Scott Flohr came to Hollywood Burnett who is In his 60ii'rom San Quentin Prison In had been a member of the plan- he sa(t he planned to reha-nlng board In Lynnfield For the bilitat himself with a writing past four years he has been do- 1 areer ing private engineering work for Flohr whom detectives contractors In that area credit with 800 safe burglaries Burnett was educated In Re- to e Los Angeles area In the vere Mass public schools and lite '340s established himself has a degree In civil engineer- 81 an immediate success ing and in business adminlstra- He said he collected $25000 t'tai from Northeastern Poly-j royalties on "Walk a Crooked technic and Northeastern School Mile a book he wrote In pris-of Business I00 to Hollywood he sold scripts Leahy Will Help To Draft Bills MONTPELIER— Patrick Leahy He was employed from 1918 Semi- to 1958 by Revere Mass From 1958 to 1962 he was director of public works In Clarks burg W Va where he served as acting manager in the absence of the city manager Family illness caused him to return to Massachusetts Burnett and his wife hope to find an apartment in Barre Town Also at last night's selectmen's meeting when the ap- to television programs But Flohr is back in jail today — hooked on suspicion of forgery Officers raided his apartment early Tuesday and said they found him busy writing a television script Nearby they said they found $25 million in bogus stock certificates Police and 'he FBI said they had been working for weeks on the case of the spurious stock certificates A nationwide ring has been dumping fake stocks in banks Mrs Richard Davis an- Montpelier Municipal Court af-jter pleading innocent in Mont torneys for Albert H Healey nounced that the annual card pointment was announced John -— " satss ss? r Irving sain that there is going “tier he Dleaded nolo to a care- llpr tor of Trinity Methodist Churdi lMX reductlon and ye 21 charged with the arson mur- party to raise funds for chil- p 'morning officiated There were no bearers Entombment took place in the Green Mount Cemetery vault to await burial next spring in that j u cemetery Barre Business Briefs Markdowns on all wool skirts at the Youth Centre — adv The office of Dr Samuel Hutchins III will be closed Tuesday Jan 5th Wednesday Jan 6th and Thursday Jan 7th— adv question Is "how much" The highest possible cut on the tax rate would be 27 cents but probably it would not be that large due to other factors such as the cost of living raise the raise in school budget rising costs of materials and services Montpelier's Youth Study Group Session Is Tonight der of George LeMay 67 last dre"’s books f°r the Aldrich!1” and negligent °Per 8 ‘ 0 nBeriin while heHceaseaum June filed a motion in Grafton 'rary would be held at the charge substituted for a driv-jder suspension Jan 1 County Superior Court Tuesday Barre womans Uub rooms jng while intoxicated charge Mrs JoAnn Richardson 25 to have the trial moved to theJan' 19 at 2 p m‘’ anrt 8 p‘ f1 Fred DuBois 55 pleaded in- whose husband has been unem- pelier Municipal Court this0 Blackl wils0° and H°W to WHS reported that several skat-loans The evening concluded with ! noeent to the DWI charge on Plymouth j refreshments served by Mrs Dec 21 State's Atty John E The motion was taken under1 Jhomas Dunleavy and Mrs Mil- Bernasconi said he amended advisement “re? Hayden co-hostesses and the charge because the respon- Healey had been expected to he arraigned Monday in con- I The Montpelier Youth Study Barre Lodges & Clubs Group which has been the meat Ifor controversy during the past Harmon Review No 1 W B A m0nth will meet tonight at 8 at regular meeting K of P Hall the Memorial Room in Montpel-Brook Street tonight Very im- ier city Hall determined to portant business j find methods to solve the prob- ilems facing the area Regular meeting of Bish- nection with the $3 million fire that ravaged downtown Lebanon last June He is accused of setting the blaze in which LeMay was fatally burned FBI Joins Hunt For Stamp Thief DERRY N H (API — The ployed for the past month accepted Judge Grace J McGuire's offer of a slate-paid lawyer to represent her If found dent said he drank after the in- guilty it will he for the fourth cident time on this charge and she Bernasconi told Judge Grace will face a mandatory mini-J McGuire that a Northfield j rnum sentence of 90 days in resident had observed DuBois ciaiL driving on the Williamstown-! State’s Attorney John E Bem-Northfield road in an erratic I aseoni told the court that he Next Few Days To Be Warmer By The Associated Pres The five - day forecast for °ff ’bois pickup L but h A onu n i i aH ta hip Ulillanmr V Regular meeting of Bish- Reports will be given at the Federal Bureau of Investiga-np Brady Council 401 1 irst phase of the meeting by bon has joined state and local Knights of Columbus Howard Walbridge James Ra-x l Wednesday Jan 6 at 8i eri Horace Teachout and John P-m' Pascuitti These reports will explain authorities in probing the theft of 100000 postage stamps from the Deny office of one of the nation’s largest firms dealing in American L e g i o n problems of alcohol school stamps for collectors Auxiliary r e g u 1 a r drop-outs and the unemploy- Officials of H E Harris & meeting Thursday j able Co valued the missing stamps Jan 7 7:30 pm atj Thomas Dodge discus s i o nat 550000 Auxiliary Rooms leader for the group said the I Local police were notified by!inc(l occurring about — — I group will then break into four 8 company official Monday that Thursday night and Friday small groups for further de-the firm's building had been precipjtaion mostly rain Mass- Maine New- Hampshire Vermont Massachusetts and Rhode Island : The temperature during the next five days will average two'' hadfn “n to four degrees above the sea- whlskey hp had pulled into sonal normal Slow warming trend Thursday night and Friday followed by colder over the weekend manner and that a wheel fell (would not recommend a set bail but revealed Mrs Richardson's record dated back to 1957 and he continued to his Williamstown heme Atty” Austin Noble representing DuBois told the court Burlington signed up Wednes- m( rjnks are now in operation day as an aide to Legislative: Draftsman Lewis E Springer Jrj Leahy will prepare bills for the Legislature during the current j session The post pays about $160 a week he said Leahy a 1964 graduate of Georgetown Law School said he They said that Flohr 45 and a printer William Gorman 37 of suburban Glendora were only small cogs in the ring Gorman was arrested at his home and hooked on the same count as Flohr Police said he printed the fake certificates SITKA Alaska (API — Fire had never done any drafting be- Hydrants were untouchable to-l fore j day in this Alaska Panhandlej The young lawyer is a Mont- (own volunteer firemen were pelier native His father Howardtod t0 kppp hands off a (Continued from Page One) Leahy operates the Leahy Press prolonged coid snap ends even He has run three times for there Gov Philip H Hoff is one a fjre (speaker In one of the three at- of the associates in Leahy’s Bur- Chie R0krr1 Barden who is- tempts he suffered disappoint-lington law office sued the order Tuesday said ment similar to today's expe- Leahy said Williams F Kearns Wh0je water system might rience In that affray he was Jr commissioner of administra- feze up because of lower pres-1 promised 90 votes received about included charges of breaking bon approached him two weeks Jure ye hydrants are used 60 and told the House that there and entering grand lar c e n y a"° and asked him if he would be Large tanks borrowed from j was at least 30 liars among driving while intoxicated intoxi-( interested in the job cation violation of probation and others the driveway of his home The case was continued until Bernasconi said the state J''n- 13 could not prove otherwise and Franklin L Grey 21 of Gard-therefore reduced the charge ner’ N Y and a Norwich Uni- Judge McG u i r e questioned Northfield Police Chief Burton Sanders who advised he was not the arresting officer but wasibcid Dec 17 versity student pleaded innocent to leaving the scene of an Braintree Bank Bags Recovered BRAINTREE Mass (AP)— Investigators have recovered accident on Route 12 in North-i the deposit bags used to cart at the scene The chief said his examination on the scene did not reveal any intoxicating bev- away an estimated $75000 from He is accused by the state of (a Braintree bank early Monday crashing into a car owned by Twelve cents was found In the Claire French and not reveal- hags recovered at Newington erages or bottles Inside thei'ng his identity before leaving Conn Tuesday truck or around it Annual Meeting First Church in Barre 1796 Universalist SUNDAY JAN 10 1965 FAMILY SUPPER 6 P M MEETING 7 P M Children Entertained During Meeting tailed discussions The third phase will bring the (a n d a cigarette machine group together again to hear rifled the results of the small group j An inventory later disclosed discussions j that a large quantity of stamps had been taken The FBI was called in Tuesday after authorities said there was a possibility the stolen stamps had been taken across a state line broken into over the weekend achusetts Rhode Island and the Sanders also said he had been J ‘ X A I ' tAAAl linV AAMI A IMn AM Tit DaI (1 Democrats' (Continued from Page One) Senate secretary He will serve jin his second term in the post (and will again be assisted by ! Robert Gibson a Brattleboro attorney who is also Wind ham municipal judge southern areas of New Hampshire and Vermont and snow northern New' England tome dine with us under the orange roof Market Climbs Fraction Higher NEW YORK (AP) — The stock market opened narrowly higher today Trading was active Price changes were mostly small fractions Vt Women Held For Cab Theft receiving complaints on DuBois careless driving for three days prior to the date in question Dec 20 Noble quickly reminded the judge that if there were a trial he would have further evidence to refute the chief’s statement but since he did not ask for a the scene James L Handley agent in the Standard Oil Co have been j them mounted on city trucks and J filled with water for emergency gRRE NEWS NOTES use by fire rigs Temperatures have been just Jerry Perantoni of Barre Town a few degrees above zero forjpieadg no contest in Barre Mu- days Bail was set at $50 and the charge of the Boston FBI office Fugitive Vears Warden’s Suit BOSTON (AP) — One of the best dressed men in Municipal Court Tuesday was Andrew M nicipal Court this morning to a speeding charge and was fined $18 and costs of $510 by Judge Arthur N McLeod OPEN HOUSE CONTEST and DISPLAY of Articles painted with TRI-CHEM LIQUID EMBROIDERY SATURDAY JAN 9 2 - 5 pm 7 9 pm Boltonville Schoolhouse NEW YORK (AP) — A Bur-jin further evidence lington Vt woman was being! Judge McGuire offered to held in $1500 bail today after swear in both DuBois and San-allegedly stealing a taxi cab dels to testify Noble declined and smashing it into an East ! the offer Court costs of $910 Side hotel ' were also imposed Sheila Blondin 21 was arrested Tuesday and charged with car theft Police said she was wearing a dark jacket dark slacks and black leather boots and wore her hair short case continued until Jan 13 j said the hags were found behind Lance Leggett 17 a Colches-a restaurant on the Berlin Tum-ter high school student pleaded (pike in Newington A dime and nolo to speeding on U S Route tw0 pennies along with checks 2 m Montpelier Jan 1 nd deposjt slips were left be- the wardrobe of the warden at Judging by Toni and Jim Murphy phTrJ appearance im- llind in the bags he said the prison in Mansfield Ohio Come and sre what vour friendg presses upon you that speeding The 35 checks were sent to Raveno is accused of escap- are doing jeapordizes the lives of others the pel laboratory in Washing-(ing from the prison taking the Coffee and Doughnuts served as well as yourself" the judgeton t0 be processed for possible suit and some of the warden’s Hostess: Phyllis Davis trial the state should not bring said and I hope I don’t see fingerprints you in here again for this” The money was taken from Kssett was ftoed $10 and the South Shore National Bank's $510 court costs South Shore Plaza branch by three men who earlier invaded the Hanson home of bank manager Frederick Dowling Dowling and his wife werej held prisoner for several hours j Then two of the men forced BOSTON (AP) — A brash Downing to go to the bank and bandit robbed the Warren In-(open the night deposit vault stitution for Savings in the busy — — -— HOUSTON Tex (AP) — The concourse of North Station of) cnnLp Hazard Duke of Windsor is able to trav- al3°ut $4000 late Tuesday and AKt rif (Ap) targe charcoal broiled steak Sizzling on the outside tender and juicy inside! Served with plenty of golden- V brown french fried potatoes crisp lettuce and tomato plus fresh rolls and butter HOWARD Jownsonf RESTAURANT jANDMRK fCR HUNGRY AMERICANS Taste the difference1 ROAST PRIME RIBS of BEEF (AU JUS) - V Charcoal or Reg ular SUNDAY IS FAMILY l)A FULL SERVICE FOR PARTIES BY RESERVATION 476-5192 BEBE’S RESTAURANT VERMONT SHOPPING CENTER Under the Sierra Family Management — Established 1947 — Enjoy 4 Season Ventilation el again just 21 days since hevanished in the crowds 1 ‘ h "nderwent major surgery ( lellpr George Svehla 60 told 1 a‘ fi(ind victims Dr Michael DeBakey who Police the man neatly dressed 'valg the area 1 entered about 5:30 pm and 0r- aertet t0 evacuate the area dered him to fill a paper bag I "Beware of rattlesnakes he was carrying There were Officials said the floods had two other employes in the bank r°uted out the hibernating rat- at the time HAVE YOU VISITED THE TAVERN LATELY? It’s The Thomas Chittenden Room For fine dining every day The Justin Morgan Room For Cocktails “ Vermont Meeting Place at the Capital’’ operated Dec 16 to repair a ballooning artery said again Tuesday he was pleased at the former British monarch's rapid progress toward complete recovery The duke and duchess booked passage aboard a non-stop Delta Airlines jet due in New York today at 12:44 pm EST Traveling with the couple were the duke’s personal physi cian Dr Arthur Antenucci and a maid and a valet The duke and duchess moved from Methodist Hospital New Year’s Eve to a suite in the Warwick Hotel close by Big Lobster Special EVERY THURSDAY NIGHT Cole Slaw French Fries Coffee Bread and Butter BOILED $239 BROILED $249 tiers and extreme caution was urged when approaching piles of logs and debris In Menioriam In loving memory of ROY CARPENTER who passed away Jan 6 1964 We think of you in silence No eyes can see us weep But many a silent tear we shed When others are asleep Lovingly remembered by His Wife Daughter Son and Mother RADIO VERMONT Special - Every Wed Night - Special BROILED HALF CHICKEN Cole Slaw French Fries Coffee Bread and Butter ONLY $149 Make up a party and enjoy a big night out! THE Lobster Pot RESTAURANT 118 Main St Montpelier CA 3-3961 Dining Room Open 8 am 10:30 pm Barre Business Briefs i j7lC oCeaiJative Markdowns on all boys and girls winter jackets including Carter’s jackets and parkas at the Youth Centre— adv Take time out to enjoy your coffee break or noon luncheon at the Howard -Johnson Restaurant Presents Vermont History In The Making rM v jmrt 12:45 to 1 P M Each Day During This Session Barre-Mcntpelier Rd Try our fish fry Wednesday nights for $100 Presented by THE BURLINGTON SAVINGS BANK “Largest Hank in Vermont” Dial 550

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