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The Times Argus from Barre, Vermont · 10

Barre, Vermont
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Thursday, February 13, 1964
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Ten THE TIMES-ARGUS BARRE-MONTTELIER VT THURSDAY FEBRUARY 13 lOfil Williamstown Selectmen's Accomplishments Reviewed Prayer Service In S Ryegate Friday Night Economou And Bookkeeper Deny Income lax Fraud Attempt RURUNUTON — Coat at Eeonomau M the president at C Eeonomou Oteese Carp of Htneshurs and Mra Barbara Rolhenher 33 bookkeeper for WILLIAMS TQ W N Select-1 Williamstown i first experience mnn George McCarthy chair with the system mint of the board has released In reference to the report ty I World Day of a report of the accomplishments j Morgenroth Associates the — 1 In the past nine years from 1954! lectmen feel that the to 1063 price tag for a sewage system lv' Presbyterian Church Mrajtpe firm hoth pleaded Innocent Included is the purchase of a Is more than the town can at- Edna White la chairman The here yesterday in U S Dtatrict Lrnln r hovel in 1954 under the ford They suggest study of thelcongregattans of the East Rye Highway Purchase Plan at 2 H pond system used in two com- Hn(t corn er per cent interest with 10 pay-munlties in New York State with i hurvm mvttr-d ments of $1300 per year The apparent success at about a hovel Is now all paid for third of the cost of the system In 1954 2000 spruce and 3- recommended The selectmen in-000 pine trees were purchased vite voter recommendations re-anil set out on the La Flower gardlng this Issue farm An International R - 184 Further detaila of the entire dump truck was purchased on report will appear in the town the purchasing payment plan report now being complied at A new International t r u c k the local printers and trailer was bought in 1955 This same year a gas pump was installed for town use with a reported savings of $31775 front May 14 to Dec 23 1955 In 1957 a 1948 International truck was traded for a four-wheel drive Dodge truck A Ford truck was purchased In 1959 for use in winter maintenance A preliminary survey by Mor-genroth and Associates Inc of Boston highlighted 1960 with s possible solution to the problem of a sewage dispgpal plant for Williamstown Consid e r a t i o n He is grandson of Orange was given to zoning for the town County senator Walter Wheat in 1960 ley of town They commute Roads blacktopped in recent daily to Montpelier years include Depot Street Clr- Inirrh Note United Presbyterian Church South Ryegate Sunday School 9:45 am worship 11 am Hart Nelson student of Amherst Mass will occupy the pulpit Youth group 6 pm Bible Study Gass Tuesday at 8 pm World Day of Prayer Friday at 8 pm East Ryegate United Presby when the actual income w s Barre Congregational Women Hear Mrs Webster Describe Sabbatical An experience In ecumenicity quarters the World Health Or-was related to memtiera of the ganisalion Iniemiitmnal YMCA Womens Fellowship of the and YWCA headquarters the tax I Barre Congregational Church inodemlstle churches csthe-j SHS Seniors Offer Amusing Play At Opening Night Show By HILL ROOT A large crowd attended (Claire Thompson Jodi Rlundm the Helen Chatot Muriel Low Don- Court to a seven count Indict ment (or attempted income tax fraud The Internal Revenue Service saya the civil liability In t h e rase Including a 50 per cent penalty amounts to $427000 A federal grand Jury indicted the pair Jan 22 in Rutland on chargea of attempting to evade a large part of the corporation's income taxes for 1957 through 1959 and the Joint income taxes of Economou and hla wife Mrs Rothenberg Is also known as Mrs Barbara Mater- $6421819 and the Income - — ntvHild have hern $29 055 44 yesterday afternoon by Mrs train and the biggest European spulding tenior class presenta- n Forger Sandra Liteh f I e At Mrs Economou is not Max Webster of Burlington Shi- domic research renter ilon ( play -We WereSandrs Mathews Nancy Serin charged nd her husband who is execu The women attended the yHmg That yfr" last night I Joanne Harnett Carole At the Jan 22 Indict ment five minister of the Vermont courses in which the men tud-they were released on their own O0Hrstkgl Conference at- led bui were not required recognizance Ball waa set at 'ended a Sabbatical for nearly submit picrs They terlan Church Sunday School I na 8:45 anv: worship 9 30 a m The first mint of the Indict-Hart Nelson will occupy the pul- ment charges both reported In- pit come for the company In 1957 of $1095 with tax due of $328 cle Street Construction Hill and 300 ft on Big Hill in the Quarry District Sidewalks completed were one along the high way near the cemetery and from Dr Hamilton's to the high school The area in front of La-cillade Lumber Co was widened to facilitate parking The new street in front of Blaisdell's was extended In the past five years McCarthy reports the town has had the benefit of low interest j and Miss Judy rates two and three - fourths Brattleboro per cent to two and one half per cent saving about $1400 The selectmen were the in stigators McCarthy says getting the three class rooms renovated in the town hall and getting improvements in this building formerly without water facilities Also telephones were installed in the town clerk's office and in the town garage Plans for 1964 include the blacktopping of Brush Hill near EAST BROOKFIELD -Wheatley son of Mr and Wayne Wheatley is the gover nor's personal messenger dur- this special session of Lefisla- 00 lo' H lure He is a sixth grade student hLca8U lor lx at North Branch School Charl" Gra"' of u' la " d was an overnight visitor last week of his sister Mrs Harry Homeister Angelo Rosa a patient at the Vt Sanatorium in Pitts ford spent the weekend at his home The supper sponsored by the Ladies Aid Thursday night netted more than $57 $10000 each at the request of the government No date has been set for trial Maximum penalty upon conviction Is five year in prison or $10000 fine or both for each count Wells' Silver Date Observed In Waterbury WATERBURY - Eighty friends recently honored Mr and Mrs George Wells on their silver wedding anniversary with Local women are invited to attend the World Day Prayer Service Friday at 1:30 pm in Williamstown Also an invitation has been received to attend a meeting at Mrs Henry Bezio's Feb 24 at 1:30 The Rev and Mrs William Catton will speak about their daughter Ruth's experiences In India Weekend guests of Mr and Mrs Merton Tracy were Mrs Christine Wagner and Sharon Wil 1 i a m s of Miss Cheryl Martin has returned to Colby College Water-ville Maine after vacation i n g o(with her parents Mr and Mrs Albert Martin Mr and Mrs Wayne Wheat-ley and family were guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs Stanley Wheatley in Barre Recent guests of Mr and Mrs Albert Martin were Mr and Mrs Frank Fernandez and four them with reporting company income in 1958 of $2293741 with a tax of $688122 while actual figures were $44756 10 for Income and $1777317 for tax due In 1959 income was reported as $1928475 with a tax of $5-78543 while the actual figures were $7081019 and $3132130 couple hall for the celebration six months at Honey Switzer land about two years ago The Sabbatical was designed as a graduate school of the World Council of Churches and was affiliated with the University of Geneva Mr Webster described the 'living together" experience as one whlrh changes people and makes them never again the same for they have been In contact with other Christians of many professions of faith and learned to better underslnnd their differences and their similarities The students she said num liered 42 akmg with 10 wives They represented 21 countries and five confessions of faith She remarked that they lived played quarreled cried and laughed together as a family being in close contact as group concentrated Bible study three worship service dally and church service every other Sunday with Communion served Prior to this they were given information about the various emphases on Communion In the different faiths There were many question asked of the American delegation about the new churches in thi country their attendance equipment the ecclesiast leal structure and the role of the layman lecture were translated Into French German and English The American delegation used I he latter while most other dele-gatkms could speak all three languages and more She concluded with her memories — the hymns of the church sung in many languages the one Lord's Prayer recited In var-iious tongues the laughter and larger attendance ex- Gagne and Bienda Watson Mia at the second perimm- Priscilla Bedell and Mis Vella Melsner were b u a I n e a s and house manager for the affair The Spaulding orchestra under the direction of Stanley Khnk supplied entertainment i-tore the play and during inter missions with x peeled ence at 8 tonight m Asaemhly Hall Thi three act comedy by Aurand Harris was under the direction of Miss Virginia Brown The audience thoroughly enjoyed the spicy humor nd unexpected event which happened consistently throughout the plsy snd were excellently carried out by the entire cast The setting of the play is a summer resort It concerns a teen - tge girl played by Ann Person who is suffering from i he problems of young love Her eccentric sunt played by Grace Canning adds humor with her bird watching antics Rotert Hill it the lucky guy He plays the captain of the swim m I n g team and dry cleaner delivery boy Humor is inserted throughout Pacer Comes Home (Continued from Page On I Yesterday four young start were running through the very area wnert Pacer was concealed They were Richard 10 and Alan Desautell 13 brother of 15 Maplewood Ave Mark Wallace 8 of 42 Maplewood Ave and Paul Mitchell 9 of 9 Franklin St One of the youngsters spotted the play by two happy-go-lucky tbe brush and looked down in-joketters played by Bruce Mil- to the hole A floral centerpiece topped by She also described the many discussion the worship periods prink pair with filing a Joint return a for Mr and Mrs Economou for Mr rw1 Mr Pl Prk s " -1 while table (country it capable of protecting Gift of set of silver t h e itself in 20 minutes Every home anniversary cakf guest book! has its firearms ammunition and floral arrangement were and food in case of emergency T ar clre ’ h e presented the couple Also a The speaker mentioned the vis-""" “ corsage for Mrs Well and a Its to International Labor head- boutonniere for Mr Wells The Waterbury Fir Depart- tors Saturday of her mother ment of which Wells is a mem-M h 0ual fiRures should have -oh it Mr Clyde Church Dr and Mrs John Feltner of Rochester N Y have been vis- been $4723155 and $18665 73 In 1958 the couple's Joint re tting Mr and Mrs Gerald Beck-! hould lpy for income and $12 348 55 while ber presented them with 25 silver dollar Music for dancing was provided by the Lemcry Brothers George W Wells and Lucy Ball were married Feb 9 1939 in Waterbury by the Rev Ray mond Wooster They are the parents of two daughters Mrs Philip (Marion children of Camden Del Harland Bartlett Mrs the figures reported were $11-79725 and $266264 In 1959 the Eeonomous filed a joint return showing income of $3157674 and a tax of $10- Mr and Mrs George Camer-'1'43' he 'clul lncomr Howes and Catherine a student on of Lyndonville visited h e r fc"?9'162'76 and ax mother Mrs Lucy Heartz andlM±” ' The seventh count claims they George a sophomore student at filed a Joint return for 1960 Waterbury High School showing income of $2815353 with income tax of other relatives Saturday Mrs Heartz who has been a patient at the Cottage Hospital in Woodsville is now at the home of her d a u g h t e r Mrs Ray Frost Mrs Celia Hamilton left Artrs Wednesday to visit in Montpel- the new elementary school and mord Potter and R a y 1 e n e the continuation of new construction from Jackson 4 Corners to the Washington town line The new town manager’s office is being readied on the second floor in the town hall Selectmen McCarthy and Leon Menard recently visited the towns of Bethel and Randolph for an extensive study of t h e workings of the town manager system there in anticipation of Lorelei Bartlett of Plainfield Waterbury The Past Noble Grands Club of Emerald Rebekah Lodge 33 will meet with Mrs Hiram Putnam Thursday A covered dish supper will be served at 6:30 pm by the hostess assisted by Mrs Glen Donovan Members are asked to bring a valentine for exchange Mr and Mrs Charles Suss of Lincoln's Birthday r a y ier and Burlington enroute to Washington D C where she will spend several weeks Donald Phelps has the flu Mrs Betty Gibson entertained the Woman’s Club Feb 6 Mrs Winnie Frost con ducted the meeting A contribution was voted to the Penny Art Fund A humorous play was given by Mrs Betty Gibson Mrs Keziah Welch Mrs Winnie Frost Mrs Ruby Davidson and Miss Irma Reid The next meeting will be held at Mrs Mildred MacDonald's March 5 Ellsworth Frost of West Newbury will show" I slides Mrs Gibson was assisted in serving refreshments Jby Mrs Marion Calderwood Sgt Wayne Smith Moretown Returns From W Germany MORETOWN - Sgt and Mrs Wayne Smith and two children who have been visiting his parents Mr and Mrs Leo Smith Sr left Sunday for Erwin Pa where he is to be stationed 'in the U S Army He recently returned from West Germany where he was stationed three years Party arrangements were $858752! made by their children assisted by Mrs Richard Lemery and Mrs Don Flanders Guests were present from Montpelier Brattleboro field Waterbury Center and South Duxbury Miss Edith Dame and Mrs Ellen Lyttle of South Barre are enrolled in the modern mathematics course for elementary teachers at the Chelsea school Miss Dame teaches grade 4-6 valentine a silver "25" and crystal can- visits the group made to parts the parties travel about the dlesticks with white lighted ta-i’( Switzerland speaking of the country and the many hells al-on the refreshment fact that each canton of the j ways calling attention to church services A series of colored slides were shown Mrs James Bond president conducted the business meeting It was voted to support an adopted child in Italy for a second year through the Children's Christian Fund Mrs Alex Straiton led devotions Mrs C Weston Averill introduced Mrs Webster Tea was served from r table decorated in keeping with the ton and Mike Ellenwood and playing kids Carolyn Harrington and Lee Stevens Jackie Gray also adds humdr in her vain attempts to impress the two jokesters with some of her own foolery Dick Darling and Craddock are going "There's a dog down here" he yelled to his friends "And he's alive" String Xit The boys cut the string tied round Pacer's mouth The dug D b r aj never tried to bite together Lawrence J and are a great comfort to Ann called by a- in her struggle to get Bob away Moony a c a 1 0 Dy from “Misa Popularity" Loma Murray Loma has three beau (excluding Robert) played by Donald Ambrose Albert Mill er and Ellenwood Remaining Anembers of the cast are Laufrlee Allen Susan Lunt Pamela Holt Lee Brewster Bonnie Langford and the spirit Co-chairmen at the Upper Graniteville School for refreshments were Mrs AiMadrigal singers including Judi and Mrs Lyttle teaches grade Richard Martin and Mrs Wem Watson Nancy MacCormack 8 at the Lzrwer WebsterviUejej prown Mrs Harry Mac-School It is a 15-week course Kenzie poured Vy- i Mi rm : 161 GALAXIE '2-Dr Victoria one owner Was 1695 ’61 PLYMOUTH One owner 6 Ovl Standard Shift '60 FORD $1145 ! Country Sedan V8 Auto P Strg Was 1275 $545 4-Dr 6 Cvl Standard Shift '82 GHEV Wagon 6 Cvl Std Shift low milease S3 FALCON 2-Door Ciian throughout Was 1635 ’62 METEOR $1395 Tudor 6 Cyl Standard Shift Deluxe Trim $2335 NOW Commach L I N Y are parents of a daughter bom Feb 4 Mrs Suss is the former Lorraine Carpenter Maternal grandparents are Mr and Mrs Earl Towne LYONS Farnham Pontiac Inc Barre-Montpelier Rd 1962 CADILLAC Convertible Coupe The Ultimate in Driving Pleasure 1962 FAIRLANE Custom Sedan Fordomatic V-8 ’82 CHEVROLET 4-Dr Wagon V8 Auto Was 2145 12) ’62 GALAXIES $1835 V8 Auto Transmission Was 1925 NOW '61 AUSTIN HEALY $1035 Radio Heater Other Extras 1962 VOLKSWAGEN 24000 Carefully Driven Miles 1962 P'1 Tl"' Catalina Convertible lmmacula2 1959 ‘v : DODGE Wagcn quipped r Steerio $675 f Fully Equipped WPower Steering 1959 FORD Victoria I m 1962 CADILLAC “62” Coupe None Better 1962 PONTIAC Catalina Sedan All Power Very Clean 1961 TEMPEST Custom Sedan Low Mileage — Don’t Miss This Beauty 1961 CHEVROLET Impala Conv 22000 Miles Perfect' in All Respects Mrs Elwin Neill of Waitsfield visited her aunt Mrs Weston Feb 6 Several of the high school students in town are working at ski resorts during their vacation Mr and Mrs Gaude Perry Stowe were weekend guests Mr and Mrs Harold Perry The school board met at the school Feb 7 Mr and Mrs Italo Morandi of Montpelier were Sunday guests of Mr id Mrs Clyde Baird Wendall Austin who teaches at Newbury High School was home last weekend Mr ad Mrs Ernest Elwell and three sons left Feb 3 for two weeks vacation in Florida They will visit Mr and Mrs Brooks Booth in Englewood Mr Leo Howes will drive the school bus while Elwell is away Mrs Edith McLaughin and son Roger of Willi ston and Miss Edith Rawson of Underhill were recent guests of Mr and Mrs Milo White Liitle Randy Farnsworth son of Mr and Mrs Raymond Farnsworth was disch a r g e d Monday from Heaton Hospital taught by a UVM professor The Misses Debra Candy and Susan Chartier spent the weekend with their grandparents Mr and Mrs Joseph I Chartier and family in Barre Mr and Mrs Leo Dumont of East Granville were visitors at the Jo£ph Chartier home Sun- North- Miss Beatrice Suitor of Upper Graniteville and Isa Wark Plainfield spent last week in North Chelmsford Mass with I Mr and Mrs Wayne Gray I Mr and Mrs Phillip Giroux 'have moved into the Edmon !Craige house Mrs June Jenkins has completed her duties at the J J Newberry Co store in Barre and is employed in the cafeteria at the Rock of Ages Capacitors plant Mr and Mrs Gustave Oster-berg and daughter Patricia were bom of South Royalton will be j visitors in Northfield Saturday the guest minister Members of night Rev Osborn Will Speak At Chelsea Prayer Service CHELSEA - World Day of Prayer services will be held in the United Church at 2 p m Friday The Rev Donald Os- Ladies Society East Brookfield Packs Sewing Kits EAST BROOKFIELD -The °L Ladies Society held a sewing meeting at Mrs Bruce Nichols’ Feb 6 with eight present Two sewing kits were packed for the United Church of Christ World Service School kits are being Linda Seaver and Wendy C a r- molll Others who made the production of the play possible include : stage hands Lesley Ralph Nancy Akley Raymond U s 1 e William Pierson Albert Miller Mike Ellenwood ticket sellers Greg Melkonian Jerry West David Trembley Robert Jack-man prompter Bernice Gar-nick ushers Maria Mancin Vallieres Honored At Surprise Party Mr and Mrs Leo Valliere of Delmont Avenue Barre were honored at a surprise Jack and youngsters Mooney cut the bonds on the animal's front tegs but Pacer started to growl when he attempted to free the back legs A check was made on the license on the dog's collar aryj the Tomasis were notified Tom Tomasi 13 got to the scene and Pacer brightened up a little He let Tom cut away the remaining bonds The animal had been lifted out of the hole placed on a sled and pulled up a steep hank by Mooney and the youngsters When Pacer got home the family gave him some warm soup and Pacer responded to their kindness and even propped his head up once or twice to let Tom pet him He was just saying goodbye however Pacer was dying and within a couple of hours a veterinarian would convince the family that he should be "put to sleep” Abused Too Much He's been abused too much the Service Guild will participate Following the worship a coffee hour will be held in the diningroom downstairs Miss Cheryl Perreault spent the weekend at her home from iuncheon in Montpelier Feb 5 work in Hartford Conn vvere Mrs Thelma Waldo Mrs Mr and Mrs Richard BoladoQajre McKee Mrs Anna Hall and Members of the Sarah Bacon Mrs family of Barre Mr and George Per r e a u 1 1 and Benevolent Society have can- daughters and Miss Jean How- yheatey celled their meeting scheduled for Friday and will attend the World Day of Prayer program ard of South Barre went to Montreal Sunday to attend the! Ice Follies packed and the group has col-jjju party Saturday night at the 'he vet said besides suffering lected clothing for Vermont Venetian Restaurant A purse some physical injuries State Hospital I was presented them by Ray- It's possible he would have jmond Pouliot the master of recovered from the injuries al- Mr and Mrs Daniel McBride ceremonies though he had no life In one have moved to the home they J" of Mr' am purchased on Trow Hill Barre 1“ Roland Valliere manned But he d never be the same Mrs Richard Bolt Is a patient! 'he fofr Veronica Peatman dog the vet sa(L daughter of Mr and Mrs The kids couldn t stop talk-George Peatman of Middlesex Jan 4 at St Monica's Church The couple left Sunday for Ft Knox Ky where he will be stationed for six weeks and then save that dog" will go to Kansas where he will) Pacer appreciated complete two years of duty as i forts second lieutenant with the U S At least he got a chance to Army get home and say goodbye: AUTOMOBILE COMPANY 23 Summer St Barre MANY OTHERS of the Finest Quality Call 476-4151 OUR BIG LOSS Your Great BARGAIN kHHUV ’63 MERCURY Country Cruiser The Meteor V-8 series Wood rail finish— power all around Automatic drive and all the extras NOT TOO BIG — NOT A COMPACT Very low mileage It still carries a new car warranty for 19000 more miles! COST NEW $371300 OCR PRICE NOW ONLY $2803 Very low depreciation from now on and it will give you new car service and satisfaction ORTIZ MOTOR SALES INC Cor West and N Main DOWNTOWN BARRE Mercury — Lincoln — Comet Town Meeting Day Dinner Planned By Warren Mothers WARREN — The Moth e r s’ Club met Monday night at Mrs Roy Long's with 11 present Plans were made for the town meeting dinner The March meeting will be postponed George Reed of Anaheim Calif recently visited Mr and Mrs Merton Tracy Mrs Orin Carpenter was discharged Feb 6 from Mary Hitch-1 cock Hospital in Hanover where she was confined two weeks Mr and Mrs Philip Russo and! family of South Glastonbury Conn were weekend guests of Mr and Mrs John Sprague Lyn Wheatley and Duane Martin spent the weekend with Stuart Osha and Clayton Gage in A daughter Tina Marie was bom to Mr and Mrs Rodger Martin in Pittsfield Mass Jan 27 Paternal grandmother is! Pierce and family Mrs Raymond Weston Mr and Mrs Jesse Cota The Cheerful 4-H Club met James Flynn Mr and Mrs Saturday afternoon at M r s Charles Cota Sr of Randolph Marion Snow's Mr and Mrs Charles Cota Jr The board of civil authority of Braintree and Donald Cota met Friday night at the town were in Montreal Friday night clerk's office to get the check to attend the Ice Follies list ready for the town meeting Sunday Miss Arlene Rockwood Mr and Mrs Carl Hendrick- of Monkton and Mrs Carrie and children of Westover A i r Force Base Mass spent last weekend with Mr and Mrs Robert Jones All were d i n n e rj Burlington guests of Mr and Mrs Melvin Mr and Mrs Merton Tracy at-Mishkit and family Monday tended a retirement party for night - H K Smith president of the gas Mrs Donna Stone of Brandon company at the Lobster Pot in brought her mother Mrs Mari- Montpelier Before Mr Tracy’s on Shepard here to spend some retirement he was employed by time with Mr and Mrs Harold the gas company son were business visitors in Barre Monday Mr and Mrs Clifton Corliss were in Montreal Feb 6 to attend the Ice Follies Mr and Mrs Roger Corliss of Northfield went with them Mr and Mrs George Pedrozo Christina and Donald of Montpelier and Miss Lorinda Bliss of Manchester Conn were Saturday visitors of their daughter and sister Mrs Clifton Corliss Marshall of Bristol were dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Jesse Cota and Wilbur Larrow Mrs Jesse Cota was in Burlington Monday to take Mrs Jessamine Larrow to the hospital where she remained several days for a check-up Mrs Katherine Peatman and Miss Rachel Hartshorn were in Richmond Saturday to at t e n d the Sherman-Noel wedding Miss North Ryegate Canadian Says Parties Stress Candidates Rather Than Issues PLAIN FIELD — John N i ities in the provincial capitals Turner a Liberal member of (If Is as H in the U S the gov-Parliament in Canada spoke mors of m?rlty of 53108 yesterday at Goddard College’s Seminar for Management which opened Monday on the Plainfield campus The young politician who represents the St Lawrence-St George riding in Montreal told became more influential than the U S senators from those states” Among the current Canadian problems Turner explored in depth was the Separatist or French-Canadian natio n a 1 i s t movement in Quebec After de- Canadian and U S business scribing the “quiet revolution’1 executives enrolled in the resi-and its causes he added: "Un-dential seminar that in politics fortunately the forces unleashed today both countries ' empha- in Quebec some times over- Mr and Mrs Clarence Page of Concord were recent visitors of the George Mitchells Mr and Mrs Ralph Page and his father Bums Page spent Sunday in New London N H Qsja passive consumer of politics instead of a participant — just as he has become a passive con- countries "emphasize personalities at the expense of policies" He continued: “We concentrate on projecting images rather than on stimulating national discussion The voter becomes as guests of Mr and Mrs car Aldrich Recent guests at the George Mitchell home were David Roy West Barnet Laurie and Gilmore Morrison of Barnet and James Broderick of St Johns-bury All are former pupils of Mrs Mitchell ladded "we demand of our elect- Mr and Mrs Ralph Page and PanroCfntartw a na Nan Michelle of Plymouth spent Everett Rice of Shelburne was the weekend with Miss Rachel in town Monday and called on Hartshorn and also attended the Harold and Lula Belle Parker 'wedding Mr and Mrs Clifton Corliss Mr and Mrs Kenneth Ward were in Essex Jet Sunday din- and girls of Barre spent the ner guests of Mr and M r s weekend with Mr and Mrs Roi-Richard Jangraw lie Carter Raymond Gove was in Valley Mr and Mrs Robert Rossi of Cottage N Y to attend thejBarre and Mrs Arlene Silver of son Ross attended the Riding Club meeting in St Johnsbury recently Mr and Mrs Arthur Greer Laconia N H were dinner guests Monday of Mr and Mrs George Mitchell funeral of his brother-in-1 a w Paul Cota Friday Mr and Mrs Isaac Gould Mr and Mrs R McAllister and Mr and Mrs Lee Maiden of Barre were Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs Carl Hendrickson Mr and Mrs Floyd Fuller of Randolph were Sunday guests of South Barre were Sunday guests of Harold and Lula Belle Parker Mr and Mrs George Pering-ton of Bristol visited Mr and Mrs Roy Long Sunday Stanley Currier Roy Long Jerome Long Steven Cur r i e r and Dale Gallagher were in Burlington Feb 5 for the Gold- Riverton There will be a World Day of Prayer service at the church here at 7 :30 pm Friday Members of the WSCS met last night at the Wilson home Mrs Claire Lesley a member was reported hospitalized Worcester Mr and Mrs Loren Fuller Mrs Doris Kingsbury of N o r-jen Gloves wich was a Saturday guest of Mr and Mrs the latter Freest have a new box number !U S Naval Training M Sgt and Mrs Orvia Jones j 1233 in Palmer Alaska I Great Lakes 111 Martin W Fitzgerald 20 son of Mr and Mrs Louis G Fitz-gerald RD 1 began nine weeks Donald De-1 basic training Jan 29 at the ed representatives a performance in terms of effi c i e n c y which he has difficulty in fulfilling The average member of Parliament in Canada or Congressman in the U S is faced with a growing executive power and a growing monopoly of information in the hands of the technocrat or permanent civil servant the mandarin class As the problems become more complicated and as the people become more insistent in their demands for efficiency in govern ment there is a growing dissat isfaction with both our Parliament and our Congress "But" he emphasized “we must as democracies never sacrifice freedom to efficiency” Turner also commented on the strong political personalities ac tive in Canada's provincial gov emments He "said: “In Canada Center j today there is an unprecedented BBC stepped the bounds of a quiet revolution Violence erupted and we had the bombings of the FLQ (Federation Liberation de Quebec) a terrorist organization using Algerian methods A strong counter-reaction set in in English-speaking Canada against this violence and against what many people particularly in Western Canada consider as too far-reaching concessions to Quebec” Regarding defense policy Turner predicted that Canada “will gradually revise its reliance on the nuclear deterrent and concentrate upon more conventional armament but without sacrificing any of Canadian present commit ments to the U S or to the Western Alliance" He wound up his talk by stating his belief that Canada and the U S will continue to be "proud of their separate-ness conscious of their similarities and warm in their friendship" The seminar group left for Ottawa after Turner’s talk They will spend a two-day field trip in the Canadian capital meeting with government officials Accompanying the seminar members to Ottawa were Mrs Polly Holden of East Montpelier executive associate in Goddard's adult education division and John Hall of Plainfield provost of the college and chairman of the current Canadian-Americaa entration of strong personal- seminar f

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