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Bennington Evening Banner (Newspaper) - March 4, 1961, Bennington, Vermont Weather Picture Cloudy temperature In the upper 30s.. Sunday cloudy with occasional rain and not quite so at tomorrow at a.m. rises at p.m. Prominent star is follows the Visible high in the south at and Venus in the west at p.m. Jupiter rises at a.m. Saturn right above Bennington II NO. 1'RICF. MAKCH 1961 Tag Mental Health Plan As Priority Bennington Young Republicans expressed an intent of resolve that community mental health program in Vermont is of priority to move forward in the next two years coming A vote on the resolution was not taken because not present nt the panel held in the Old Nor Sending Check Dr. Roderick clul cautioned Speaker o the House say are only expressing an we're not sending a check with Panel Arthur slate director ot mental Richard director ol United Counseling Service of Dr. and Rep. dismissed the future of mental health programs in mont. Funke awl McDowell agreed that tlie community mental health program has less funds this nium than last year ami the gram is in danger ot sliding wards if forced to operate on a status quo Neither man felt the program is in a position where community menial health es can catch breath for a year or Program who is also man of the statewide United cited Hie Rutland gram which has funds for eight can't op crate on an eight month basis in another lie damaging Ihe In spite of claims that tal health funds have been in- creased 10 per McDowell showed that Bennington will fer a drop in state total for the less than aid received the present McDowell Speaker Lawrence ed with a state which turned erroneous contended that Gov. budget did provide an in crease in The confusion night was never resolved The for state aid to the mental program is based on awards of slate money in the ratio of 2 to i to local In addition a year is ed from the federal government to be awarded by the Theory Since the money awarded by the state is two thirds of what community mental cies spent in a given Ihe legislature looks at the total spending by agencies on the ory they can't spend it we won't give it to Total spending of state federal money was The total budget of the in- local Keyser's budget erroneously showed only in public mpn cy spent and a corresponding drop in total Funke explain ed. The total spending budget fo the next biennium will be MODERN HANGAR The new municipal a gift of an donor who specified the must heat the ranks as one of the outstanding hangars In the It will house up to 10 1'lioto Approval Of Airport Article Could Mean Start Of Paying Operation Here 000. still wrong said you're saying you more using h i s can where Completion of with its new a start toward a has jumped into the front operation are in sight if of small airfields in Ihe approve a request we need is lo finish Airport west n matter tee Chairman Kenneth R. 400 buy weather ton landing For two years the airport has failed to citizens interested in going concern first airfield have a fund ed by the originators of a purchase the landing pal airport for the The Claylon said ic according to group thai for the dream's failure so far Ihe landing Is lack of a wire of the The operator is the man fluid has airport Clayton and needs more i He is on hand to its j house overnight appropriation will complete lake first echelon landing and as a as a gas station operator builds state aid by a clientele and his business service so does an seems a shame to waste the invested in the Clayton said the airport for want of Companion j Have Been Local i A police are pressing 16-year-old girl is being held today lo locate a man Rensselaer County Jail for clerks at Ward's Grocery Store on Avenue say ury action on a first degree with the girl when she der charge following the the gun at abou slaying of a Latham p.m. They said early Friday had seen the man Miss Betty Joy police to believe he may j her Chicago home last a local is charged with firing two man is to help trace e into James M. girl's movements in this area and the father of a She believed to have j a Transit Bus to e New York State Police say at traveling girl fired eight shots from a at the j caliber revolver York said the gir a Bennington grocery and is 5'8" tall and weighs V y store Thursday night has been found guilty o slaying Miss Ebert crimes in the Chicago area p told police she shot lo her fleeling that v man when he made advances has also been charged wil ward She allegedly took and suspicion of from his wallet after the in New Orleans and New t. police laylon He pointed out tha costs of the run about At least one major ame to a concer ast year because a salesman re Ihe town had an ail and arranged for busy exe to fly in and out in one layton thinks increased traffic t the airport will mean more 01 ers for local factories and up economy for B e i Senate Judge May Face Slowdown WASHINGTON A bi renting 73 new federal passed by the Senate ig appeared today to b leading for slower action In th The measure provides for nore judges President Ke requested to help reduce d ays in handling federal cou It would create 63 new di rid court judgeships und add to circuit courts of appea The Senate passed the F lay by voice vote afler Republican motion to defer o lion until March 16, two days a the Judicial Conference mee here to on the needs of Ihe at the conclusion House Judiciary on a companion Chairman said the record would be kept open for Ihe sub- mission of statements for 10 Is Not Adherence lo would virtually this preclude any chance of House on Ihe until after of the Judicial com- of senior of eral circuit and district you that much more McDowell and Funke ed lo point out that Ihe request actually represented a increase of total spending state and federal Those without or guidebooks at Ihe meeting wailed and finally learned that the community menial health program can spend more if it can get Local Voters Meet To Elect 16 Town Of Full Slate Of Issues On Monday sewer Ki a in the Building a of the issues to he settled by at Town Meeting Tuesday id at the floor meeting Monday Town officially to be by Monday p.m. In balloting begins next day 9 a.m. and until The floor meeting ers 1 lo generally are routine but it is .at this ig lhal citizens may question mend and approve Ihe town bud et for 1961. lopping a penny of ic lax The fund t lis year lias o be Article 2 wil ee a motion to set th own treasurer's compensation o salaried basis instead of the tra one per cent fee system The town highway tax rate has teen to be set at 88 cents This tax is used by the town commissioners and Is ru residents In Article 8 Ihe town is o authorize to sell 00 by 40 toot of land or loafing The land wa acquired by Ihe town through ax gin hi tawn and 15 Including special adding 51 or HM tax If all approved ling for spending and the fund fax tlie town tax rale will be This of does not in- clude tax set In school district meetings in nor the highway lox of 88 and Article 9 asks voters lo approve sale of wine and Tills article is require by state law voted yearly by each in the Library Article 10 requests an lion of lo throe publi in the Library receives No Bennington and Oli This appropriated year is one ol the main sources o for Appropriation Tlie County il a non-profit orga luxation has built an Indus rial a askin from taxpayers 11 o Us work of in Similar requests for smaller 2 Air Force Officers Tell Of Brief Battle Kan. The story of two cold McKone and Freeman B. raised new questions today about the fate of three fellow crewmen missing since their bomber was shot down by the Soviets last July 1. Answering questions publicly for the first time since their return from a Soviet the two Air Force officers calmly told about the brief air battle that heightened international tension for HW Twi 28, and 25, the HS had two 2p-millimetev cannons In the tail relumed the fire of he Soviet MIG jet fighter that sent the in Whether the was un- armed remained in the realm of Air Force but many real about the McKone anc 3Imstea'd skirted salient tions about the object of the what happened to three members of the wha information they gave the So The two poised men toic about extreme hardships in Soviet saying they had tle more than hope and in God to sustain them lor the MIG was sighted off le right Rip from the Soviet plane into tlie No. 2 and 3 located nearest the ol the craft the left Tlie two into flames and plane out the controlled ol this kind are radar Controlled and soon as hey fasten on a target be- ng Whether the hit was int two Their were treated M by were never brought They of- Ih Bennington voters will elect 1C town officials at town meeting on by licans or Regardless of Ihe outline of town have replaced by new faces Winslow feels and economy of government cannot be I move elimination of unnecessary expenses al all As town s now stands Winslow e or resigned will hiring a town manager would 1 and that there division ol inion over whether it needs and McDowell ial needs more Lawrence and Humphreys ex- pressed hnd in lho a town manager we in t h be of 2 Road Commissioner ai Loon R. candidate seeks his term India Offers U.N. Brigade UNITED has offered a to help beef the U.N. Congo command and restore der in the divided African The offer as leaders ol all frp Congo on K. c n for or lycar employed as car at Williams recently OI an on Ihe A registered has K long recordi ol public service in Ihe town I He Is on record favoring of as in Ihe Ellis for Is seeking He has been an insurance salesman 2v> years ami Is This is Haley's first bid for for of in Ihe lo Iry to thresh a ante He has served on tlie peaceful settlement of Ihe con- Board of Civil In town fused Congolese Alarm Jest The Civil Defense t i t alert fo familiarize tlie public with Alarm went oM as yesterday at 11 m. Police ChM L. uld a land In tho area at a.m. Chief Mid hit area of fied feur An of economy Hairy feels selectmen strive toward duplication ol James R. Democrat candidate fur seeks the seal vacated by who resigned in No- vember lo become of the sewage He is oppos is an for ihe Life Co. lias served as a justice of the on Ihe Hoard of Civi McGurn expresses concern new services are being made at Shafts Pownal and Arlington low and Highway 12 and IS request suir of to be appropriated to th flood control emergency fund an the highway equipment tlie purchase a new to replace a worn wilh funds from Ihe highway Th flood control fund presently has balance of The last m. jor expenditures made seven years ago were used clear the Roaring Branch and ol cr streams of pert cd lo undertaken the for Ihe of for Ihe al great expense lo funds in favors closer cooperation Town Agent Norton in- an loan where Tills actually The Article lias held the job for a five acres lo Iho whr As author of Ihe town's nrl Im hnd In on legality of n on 2) lights burning hours and a diet took 40 off each Then sud enly they The slory Okn ead told of the attack on the -as detailed both in a ared statement and under ques was The plane was on a Ponder New Strategy To End Laos Civil War The rid civil war in Laos is o run dangerously against Ame can efforts to unify and ze that Southeast Asian country Worried Kennedy on officials are now Irving gure new moves this r its allies can make to military stalemate and fresh basis lor ne skirting the Soviet land ass by at least 50 Suddenly the Americans sighted e Soviet They ade a turn ig lo their flight As Short Explains GB Paul executive director of have no fight with i It's ply a case of weighing Ihe to the He had reference to the con- cern com- and over which lo awarded Hie use of Ihe Club building on Short terms of to the contributing greatest lie said the building belter Ihe community awarded to the feel is a re- hi if going lo a complete pro gram we should paid wn direct it. But GBA can effective results of what it can do for the Shorl said he was not qualified to say whether Ihe director Air Force said it possible fce lie Soviet plane passed through he fuselage the hree Eu- gene 1st U. Dewi 1st it. L. l MM be MW hree on hh de- he he was suffering a back sustained in lis ejection the plane and blacked owt several during 10 Convicts Injured In Folsom Riot con- were injured at Friday night In a rint that MH a Some hit by flying by lead cheting from ceiling when guards warning Kx and four none Warden Robert Heinze said the erupted from tension over Hie black supremacy Mus Inn sect M the huge penitentiary near the at with serious threat at new between white prison he regaining consciousness only be A lie icy say couM been mistaken in the number of para- lie said he saw only Each agreed one ot chutes they saw was lhat of the A third parachute possibly of the aircraft G. was His body was returned to this McKone and Olmstead spent six hours on individual rubber rafts in the rough Arctic Sea before I hey were picked up by Soviet Croft of HS mess tray into a group seated Negroes in hall No. night touched a scores of Heinie Guardi their American Sailors Win Battle Of Scotland won over the Scots of Holy Loch the lassies as drank and danced into the early after arriving lo sel up a Polaris submarine Rut tensions ran high in this Police Chief Killed While Making Arrest SOUTHERN 1'INES, Chief C. Ed Newton was sliot and killed Friday night by a man he was trying lo The killer slain in a blaring baltle with The husky 63 years had headed the police force n this winler resort for 27 He was by Willie Newton was Ihe third sive Southern Pines chief lo be killed in line of The others were killed in the one by a convict being lo prison and Ihe second by s logger slopped for Newton was dray's where Ihe and four lind In serve a Gray wilh on sworn out by said with him police for n of 1'j.n! n HOLY Scotland normally Firth of quiet Clyde hamlet on thr as hundreds of Ihe have A tn 011? I T to Gray had been chiefly drunkenness csl yard the ceiling in and he melee broke up with ere scurrying under dining 1s- Two were wounded in. the M 11 vere transferred to Soledad on in what officials called curily move to his maximum security Warden Heinze traced in to in dining areas which white prisoners considered Iry He said Ihe Muslims aggressively sought to in- said no racial at the but added it works out trial wiy in ihe dining liall where prisoners are allowed to select their own and menl definitely do nol have the majority of the Negroes As a matter of many actively oppose Ihe tlie warden Heinze estimated there still are about 30 active Muslims at thr out said the dining hall break may have won more Home After Concert Tour Scottish ami regarded by many here as for- inlo town to rtem the Organized by the British Com for Nuclear led by aged philosopher Bertram Ihe gath ered for a march on the pie where Ihe U. S. supply lens docked Friday lo serve dealing for the submarines armed with nuclear have warned the crew not lo said Richard B. commander of Ihe Proteus and ils 9jO man people are peaceful in own It is none of our tailing let several hundred inlo nearby re sort of Dunoon on H brief of all me ami my strolled the dimly lil streets the lads and haven't hnd so much in n long snid fmm Md. HP Jim off HIP dance nfler a to Ihe exhausting YORK back home afler six months today up his triumphal concert lour of and Cats are Ihe samr over They all Ilic America's snl in an ensy chair -in Fifth Avenue office of Joe president Booking and in Ihp day 1 s Them lud a ny liir up in
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