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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - April 3, 1965, Bennington, Vermont 2�? Bennington Banner saturday april 3, 1965 Vermont House Senate adjourn i to til monday Montpelier up a the House and Senate wrapped up the 13th week of the Vermont legislative session Friday with both Chambers deciding to come Back at 7 30 . Monday. Before adjourning the House placed gov. Philip h. Hoff a massive department head pay hike Bill As the special order of the Day for wednesday at to . The lower chamber also passed and sent to the Senate a Bill removing some limitations on state employees pensions. Under present Law an employee has subtracted from his Normal pension one half the amount of any social Security payments he May also be receiving. Thus if a retired state worker gets $800 a year social Security his pension is Cut by $400. Under the new Bill this stipulation would be waived and the retired worker would get his full pension plus his social Security benefits. Grants makes it easy for you to buy a Complete easter wardrobe up to 2 years to pay for All purchases made now no Money Down 210 North Bennington re. Bennington it. Boy so and girls clothing and Voll Pax nit shoes for your Spring and easter selections easy terms Fienberg 447 main St. Bennington it. Toe s a lot of vows to ooh a Goose / or Letin prices j Cook is Oneida East main St. Bennington it. Three teachers will attend Yale conference by Diane Hanson Beni Catamount three Bennington area teachers will be attending the Lith Yale conference on the teaching of English april 9 and to at Yale University. Two talks a a Case for creative writing by Arthur Kinney of Yale and Quot fiction and the symbolism of the whole by Paul Pickrel will Start the program Friday at 2 30 in Woolsey Hall. R. W. A Lewis will speak pm Quot lord of the flies and Willard Thorp of Princeton on Thoreau a Quot Walden Friday evening at 8. Saturdays program will include Quot a theory of tragedy by Cyrus Hamlin and Adam Parry on Quot oedipus the All speakers except or. Thorp Are on the Yale faculty. Lorraine Kirsch Beni Junior and senior English teacher Charles Comstock Sophomore English teacher and Marianne Reeves who teaches English at Molly Stark Junior High school will be attending the conference. Mrs. Kirsch and or. Comstock have been to this conference before but this will be mrs. Reeves a first time at the Yale conference. English teachers will be attending from All new England new Jersey new York and Pennsylvania. Mott it Iii Iii la Montpelier up a gov. Philip Friday signed two Bills including one which would give inmates of Windsor state prison extra monthly pay for Good work Nablus and exemplary behaviour. The other Bill signed into Law was a measure designating the state purchasing division As the official state Agency for handling and distribution of surplus property. Municipal court three youths Friday entered pleas of not guilty before judge George m. Fienberg on related felony charges. Adelbert g. Capen jr., 20, of Manchester depot entered the plea to a charge that to March 29 he had broken into and entered in the nighttime a service station of or. And mrs. Raymond Wright of South Dorset with intent to commit larceny. Fienberg set bail in his Case at $1,000 and the youth was returned to the county jail pending its receipt. Horace a. Crandall 19, of Weston entered not guilty pleas to two charges. The first was that he had also broken into the Wrights service station. The second was a charge of grand larceny in which it is alleged that on March 27 he stole property having a valuation of More than $100 from William Bis Choff of Manchester Center. Bail was set at $1,000 on each charge and Crandall was also remanded to the county jail pending the Ball pledge. The third respondent was Joseph m. Loyzelle 18, of South Dorset who pleaded not guilty to the same charges As these brought against Crandall. In his Case bail was set by Fienberg at $1,500 on each count or a to Tai of $3,000. The higher amount was set in Loyzelle Scase Fienberg indicated because the youth has a previous court record and is absent without leave from the army. The respondents court appointed counsel atty. Margaret Lillie told the court that if the youths bail were obtained he would be returned to military custody. She Felt this would reduce the risk of the youths not appearing for a trial and therefore that his bail need not be so High. Fienberg countered that this would still take Loyzelle out of the state. The court also appointed counsel for the other two respondents a atty. Stephen h. Go Mcgregor Mcgregor jackets Adams clothes shop a shoes too Quot free parking in rear of store our children pioneers take a thoughtful look into the future. This much is Clear whether today s youngster moves out onto the frontiers of space or the Ocean Depths whether he helps push to new horizons of Medicine Law farming or International relations the future belongs to the fit. The future belongs to those vigorous enough to live it and shape it medical authorities put it this Way a it is a tragic waste to highly educate the minds of our children and neglect the physical conditioning that can help them participate in the future to the full extent of their warnings like this have sparked action. The president s Council on physical fitness has developed programs that any school can initiate regardless of limitations in facilities or budget. We re making Progress. Yet even today less than half our school children get the daily minimum of vigorous exercise they need for adequate physical development. How about your schools Are they providing for physical fitness As part of tile sound education your children need to carve out their share of the future7 you parents can help see that they do. Write the president s Council on physical fitness Washington d.c., for information. 11 a Imam presidents Council on physical fitness in a published As a Public service in cooperation with the advertising Council Man for Crandall and atty. John a Monica for Capen. Two cases involving motor vehicle and fish and game violations were also heard. Richard d. Lauzon 38, of Williamstown mass., and his 16-year-old son Ronald both pleaded guilty to a charge that they had made false statements in applying for a resident Vermont Hunting License in Stamford oct. To 1964. According to the complaint the two Lauzon had indicated on their License application that they were residents of Pownal when in fact they were not. Judge Fienberg levied fines of $35 plus costs of $5.10 on both Lauzon. Alvin j. Reed jr., 29, of Sears trailer Park pleaded guilty to a charge of driving a car with defective equipment and paid a Fine totalling $15.10. Manchester continued from Page i 13-member study commission to prepare plans for local study groups requiring proposals from the groups to be in the commissioners hands by 1966. The Tri Partite commissions House plan sponsored by the Vermont education association Vermont state school directors association and the Vermont superintendents association could set up regional districts by 1967 at the earliest. The plan Calls for a majority of towns in a proposed District to approve the Union. Both Bills Call for a 30 per cent increase in state Aid if the regional plan is approved. A if either Bill has any Chance at All a mrs. Doyle pointed out Quot ifs the one in the House a the permissive supt. Neil e. Cross said he is not Happy with the time limitations in the Senate Bill. Its Quot perfectly ridiculous a toe pet so much to be accomplished in Little More than a year he commented pointing out that it had taken Bennington to years to achieve a Union school. Supt. Cross said that the local area study group has been based on the Tri Partite Bill since the beginning. Quot we cannot depend solely on legislation. We can to wait for legislation to go through a he said. Quot if the la towns involved vote favourably then a Union District is formed. But no town is forced into Nathaniel Tyler of Dorset study group chairman explained that Quot if either Bill passes Well be that much further ahead and if they fail it will not make the work we be already done null or Moderator of the session was former sen. Reid Lefevr of Manchester. \ Iet Nam continued from Page i of suspending . Air strikes in Viet Nam in Hopes this might bring the conflict to the conference table. He said he was Quot satisfied with the results of the air strikes on communist strongholds to the North. But he added that it was too Early to Tell whether they were having any effect on enemy morale and the will to resist. The . Aim. Taylor said is this Quot we must just do better than we have been Johnson said Quot we re going to make our Effort As efficient As we both ruled out at least for the time being any Quot new and dramatic countermeasures by the United states and the South vietnamese. Anti freeze solvent solvent for Winter use in All washers permits operation of the Washer at below freezing temperatures to remove blinding Salt or Calcium de-1 posits on the w Windshield due to Road Spray. Improves vision and eliminates Eye strip. Bennington garage main St. Bennington Gas proposes renovation of Essex . Washington up a the general services administration proposed thursday major repairs or renovation of 32 Federal buildings and construction of 31 new ones. Prospectuses for the projects have been submitted to the Public works committees of Congress for consideration and authorization. The projects and their estimated costs in new England new construction Massachusetts a fall River social Security District office $189,000 Fitchburg Post office and Federal office building $1,-722,000. New Hampshire a Keene Post office and Federal building $1,023,000 Littleton social Security District office $137,300. Rhode Island a Barrington Post office and Federal building $296,000. Vermont a Essex Junction Post office and Federal office building $460,000. Bennington briefs mrs. Edna Merrill of 102 Putnam Street took her snowshoes out for an enjoyable hike on the Putnam memorial Hospital grounds on a sunny afternoon the last Day of March. Michael w. Carpenter son of mrs. Ruth Carpenter of Bennington is undergoing six weeks of Basic training at Lackland fab Texas it was announced thursday by a sgt. Rudy Lapointejr. And a sgt. Harold p. Vlock air Force recruiters at the Pittsfield mass., office. He is a graduate of Bennington High school. 1960 Plymouth 4 door Sedan Standard transmission 6 Cylinder one owner. $545. Walter l. Barber inc., 114 North Bennington Road Bennington it. Adv. April 3 Iron Kettle weekend special roast sirloin of beef a jus peach Shortcake Complete dinner $2.15. Open Steak Sandwich French Fries coleslaw $1.60. Adv. April 3 autos collide two cars were moderately damaged thursday according to state police when they were involved in a rear end collision near the Junction of Vermont 67 and . 7. Both cars were travelling North on , 7, police said when Donald h. Craig 39, of Schenectady n.y., driving the first of the two attempted to turn onto Vermont 67. The other car driven by Jack r. Snide 19, of 142 Ben Mont ave., collided with the rear of the Craig vehicle according to the police report. Birmingham continued from Page i the ground a considerable period of time perhaps even before six other time bombs were found in Birmingham March 21. There was speculation the dynamite used in the March 21 bombs had come from local mines but this was never definitely established. County commissioner Leslie Hutto said that to his Quot amazement nobody who worked for the county could Tell him How much dynamite was supposed to be in the building which was burglarized. Hutto said however the Road department usually ordered dynamite 30 cases at a time. Brewer said when he entered the burglarized building he found 12 full cases three fourths of another and a nearly full Case of fuses and Caps. The three bombs discovered Here thursday were planted at the Homes of mayor Albert Boutwell councilwoman Nina Miglionico and negro accountant. , Crowell. The bomb injured Crowells 13-year-old son. The other two devices were disarmed. The Birmingham Post Herald commented editorially that it Quot seems All too Likely that the dynamite bombs were planted at the Homes of the mayor and councilwoman Quot because they helped the City to meet and solve some of its racial the elder Crowell is a student at the once segregated University of Alabama Extension Center in Birmingham. In Camden a group of about 65 Young negroes staged a Quot Pray Lnu in the Middle of the Street to protest voter registration procedures As applied to negroes. The demonstrators broke up when newsmen left the scene. Weston to vote monday on joining school swifts Premium Franks la. Pkg. 39c 5 a m98 23c Madkour scentral Market fresh Chicken breasts fresh California asparagus Weston a voters Here will go to the polls monday Between to . And 7 . To decide whether the town will join Union District no. 20, the first elementary school Union voted in the state. Other towns of the District Are Landgrove and Londonderry. These two communities will vote wednesday also Between to and 7, on the inclusion of Weston. A projected school tax rate increase from $2.18 to $2.87 would be required during the school year 1966-67 for Weston to participate in the Union. Votes in the affirmative next week will mean that the three towns will share a new building which will require a Bond Issue of $255,000. The proposed building will Cost in the Vicinity of $510,000, but the actual Cost will be substantially reduced by a gift of $125,000 from or. And mrs. Willard Riggins of Landgrove. The Riggins gift also included a 10-acre cite North of Londonderry Village on Vermont la and the donors have expressed a desire for the new school to be a Community Center As Well As an area school. As a result the proposed school will have 12 regular classrooms for grades 1-8, kindergarten and special education rooms a room for arts and crafts and a junk jokes a Ain Iii be Quot Isatu re Montpelier up every Friday Vermont a House of representatives embroil itself with a junkyard controversy. Last Friday it was a gag Resolution urging that All Vermont a abandoned junk cars be shipped by rocket to the Sun where the mess would be incinerated. This Friday rep. Kenalene Collins a Readsboro asked lawmakers to count the abandoned junk cars lying around on their Way Back to their Home towns for the weekend recess. She wants an estimate so it can be determined whether a pressing machine guaranteed to reduce the old Junks to Small packages is a feasible idea. Her suggestion was greeted with laughter. W. Arthur Simpson a Lyndon asked for Alo Day leave of absence from legislative work so he could begin counting the Junks. And House speaker Franklin s. Billings of Woodstock asked if Rte should count his own personal Auto As a junk. Reg. Si.39 Large maalox drug store phone 2-6713 Bennington it. Standard size Library required under the new state standards for elementary schools. Also to be included will be an auditorium gymnasium an office cafeteria nurses room teachers room janitors room locker rooms with showers ample storage space and recreation Fields. The school was planned by Charles Lench associates of Manchester. If voted the school would open in september 1966 with an enrolment of approximately 275 students. The present schedule Calls for a meeting of All member towns of the District to vote on the building proposal and bonding april 27. If that vote is successful invitations to bidders for construction of the new school will go out to interested contractors. Nischal Cotton p i a Dot Popover contrast trim at Nec lie and pocket to Matching Bow at Nee and elasticized sleeves. So a $6.95 fillet Haddock la. 65� halibut Steak la 79c oysters ins a a s1.29 walkers food Market routes 2 and 7 Williamstown mass. Good cheer Good food visit the longhorn room Steak or roast beef with salad potato garlic Broad $2.95 Quot you la never have it a so Good for a so Little a open 6 Days a week closed mondays Only

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