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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - April 12, 1966, Bennington, Vermont 10-B�nnington Banner tuesday april 12, 1966iiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiaiisiniiniiicsiiiiiimtiiciiiiimitiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiioiimiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiic buddhists and i remier differ on timing for achieving democracy in South Viet Nam classifieds legals crossword Tete vision radio mum i Imp ii a in a ii by Ray k. Horn Don Saigon up a Premier Nguyen Gao by and v a Buddhist leaders seeking his ouster both claim the same goal a a democracy for South Viet Nam. At the Root of their differences is the question of timing. Premier by formally declared in his january state of the nation address that a democracy is the Only Factor which can defeat communism a Elf there is no democracy we lose the reason for our struggle let alone the Means of Victory Quot he said. The buddhists subscribe to these words but they part company with by Over the timetable for achieving this end. Through by the vietnamese ruling generals disclosed a plan in january that would assure them of two More years in Power before turning Over control to an elected government. Promises not kept the generals promised a a democracy building Council Quot would be set up in february. That Promise has not been fulfilled. This failure alone was not enough to provoke the Buddhist leadership but it helped. One highly respected vietnamese who regards himself As a moderating influence Between the buddhists and catholics who also want a government change describes the current unrest this Way a for the past two years we have asked the people to fight so that they can have National sovereignty democracy and Justice. A this is wrong. We must give them sovereignty democracy and Justice so they will fight the communists. A fall of the governments since diem have wanted to win the allowing the people voice in govern Kyd a Power made this an impossibly. The inefficiency of government past and present is mainly attributable to the country s self serving bureaucracy. When by s appeals that the country a bureaucrats devote themselves to selfless service to the people fell on deaf ears he found that he could not enforce his desire for a Good civil servant class by firing the bad and hiring new and hopefully better government workers. The civil servants walked. Thousands in rebellion. It was the dismissal of Thi which touched off the present crisis. Buddhists object the buddhists whose handpicked government under Phan juy Quat was pressured into relinquishing Power to the military last june were particularly disturbed by Thi s ouster. The reason Quat s government had to go according to the military was that the civilians could not get along and spent All their time squabbling among themselves. With Thi removed the delicate Power balance within the faction riddled military was broken and the buddhists foresaw a period of squabbling among the generals angered by the Prospect of further Intra military quarrels the buddhists Are demanding that the generals go Back to the military and leave government to the civilians. Legal notices Legal notices buddhists seek the by s government claim it cannot War before to live a now the overthrow of because they win the War. Adding to troubles critics of the Buddhist leaders in South Viet Nam charge that in playing politics they Are aiding the Viet Cong by stirring up trouble. After Premier by came into Power last june it quickly became evident that he lacked the Power to bring about the changes needed to win widespread popular support. Ironically it was the United states which unwittingly seemed to have dealt by a blow which kept him on the defensive for the first few months when he should have consolidated his Power. Henry Cabot Lodge remembered for his role in the overthrow of the government of Ngo Dinh diem arrived in Viet Nam As americans new ambassador Only weeks after by took Power and declared he was Here to support a a True since revolution Lias become synonymous with coup do eat in Viet Nam Many vietnamese misinterpreted lodges arrival statement As meaning the United states would support another coup especially in Light of the fact that lodges dispatch to Saigon in 1963 had preceded the overthrow of the government of Ngo Cine diem. Plots against government so feverish was the plotting against the government after the arrival of Lodge and lesser . Aides that police director Pham Van lieu and vietnamese spy chief Nguyen Ngoc loan asked if something be done to get Lodge to a clarify Quot his arrival statement. According to lieu and loan the nations Security branches were working almost 24 hours a Day simply tracking Down antigovernment plots. A Host of other circumstances dictated against Success for by. He pledged to the vietnamese people that his government would stamp out corruption and inefficiency which plagued previous governments. But the shaky foundation of Long halide religious quarrel by also inherited a nearly insoluble religious problem which saw the country a major religious groups the buddhists and the Homan catholics still eying each other suspiciously. Apart from the subversive communist movement religious rivalry has Long been considered a threat to stability in South Viet Nam. When by s government finally took Steps to crack Down on corruption and economic malpractices it alienated a Large body of Public opinion by arresting trying and executing a vietnamese millionaire of chinese origin. Millionaire businessman to Vinh was found guilty of attempting to bribe a government official hoarding essential commodities and Price speculation contributing to inflation. Despite unfavourable reaction both at Home and abroad by went ahead and had to Vinh publicly executed by firing squad. A vietnamese Public official convicted of embezzling roughly $70,000 was not executed however. Chinese react the chinese business Community whose purchases of . Supplied dollars with local currency provide the military payroll reacted predictably and adopted an attitude of noncooperation toward the government. Thus a government move to stamp out corruption and Stem inflation backfired. Less Money is flowing into the government s coffers and fewer goods Are being imported As the chinese with their near monopoly on business reduce their stocks. Perli aps the governments greatest display of political ineptness was the firing of the first corps commander it. Gen. Nguyen Chanh Thi. Thi became a National hero when he single hand edly attempted to Force dictator Ngo Dinh diem to Institute political reforms and liberalize his regime or step Down in 1960. Thi double crossed this paratroopers surrounded diem s place on nov. La of Liat year and his showdown with diem would have succeeded had he not been double crossed by the president who promised the needed changes and then called up Loyal forces to crush this rebellion. Last month by armed with the full support of president Johnson marshalled the support of the other generals in the Junta in a showdown with Thi but Only by threatening to resign. He charged that Thi was too Independent and ran the five Northern provinces of first corps like a Feudal warlord ignoring Central government directives. But while by managed to pull off the move against Thi he miscalculated the political effects of this ouster. Where he was previously faced with an insubordinate general he now faces an be omits a the Mineola . Up husband complained to Nassau county Board monday about publicity Given the arrest of his wife and other who protested against a integration plan. T h e o Campbell told the Board not object to the release forecast Boston up the new England temperature for the next five Days tuesday through saturday will average near Normal except 2 to 6 degrees above Normal in Northern Maine new Hampshire and Vermont. The . Weather Bureau said today there will be no important Day today temperature changes during the forecast period. Precipitation during the period will total about .5 of an Inch occurring As rain wednesday and thursday. Some normals for the period Are Boston 48, Worcester 45 Nantucket 44 Providence h.i., 47 Concord n.h., 44 Burlington vt., 43 and in Maine Portland 42 e a s t p o r to 39 Greenville 37 and Caribou 37. The Normal maximum in Boston is 56 and the Normal min Linum is 40. Legal notices Legal notices entire corps of women school d o r e he did of the names of women arrested. But he called it a a Cardinal sin to release their Ages As Well. Estate of Rose e. Ford state of Vermont probate court District of Bennington is. To All interested persons whereas said court has assigned the 27th Day of april next for examining and allowing the account of the executors of the estate of said Rose e. Ford late of Bennington and for a decree of the residue of said estate to the lawful claimants of the same and ordered that Public notice thereof be Given to All persons interested in said estate by publishing this order three weeks sue Cess vely previous to the Day assigned in the Bennington Banner a newspaper published at Bennington in said District. Therefore you Are hereby notified to appear at the probate office in Bennington at 2 of o clock in the afternoon then and there to contest the allowance of said account of you see cause and to establish your right As heirs legatees and lawful claimants to said residue. Given Ender my hand this 8th Day of april 1966. Catherine c. Behan Register apr. 12-19-26 Trest estate of George quicken Bush state of Vermont District of Benn Lugton is. The honorable probate court for the District aforesaid to All persons interested in the Trust estates of George Quackenbush late of Ben Nunion in said District deceased. Greeting whereas said court has assigned the 19th Day of May next for examining and allowing the final accounts of the trustees of the Trust estates of said deceased covering the period from december 31st, 1964 through october 8th, 1965, and petitions of said trustees praying that said court approve the allowance of two separate accounts one under paragraph third of the who of the said George Quackenbush and the other under paragraph fourth of said will and further praying that the court make allowance to the corporate trustee for its services chargeable against said trusts As set Forth in schedule i of said accounts and whereas said court has or dered that Public notice thereof be Given to All persons interested in said Trust estates by publishing said order three weeks successively previous to the Day assigned in the Bennington Banner a newspaper published in Bennington in said District therefore you Are hereby notified to appear at the probate office in Bennington in said District on the Day assigned at 2 of o clock in the afternoon then and there to contest the allowance of said accounts of you see cause. Given under my hand this 8th Day of april 1966. Catherine c. Behan Register apr. 12 19 a 26 commissioners notice estate of John b. Lane the undersigned having been appointed by the honorable probate court for the District of Bennington commissioners to receive examine and adjust the claims and demands of All persons against the estate of John b. Lane late of Shaftsbury in said District deceased and All claims exhibited in offset thereto hereby Given notice that we will meet for the purpose aforesaid at the Home of Jesse Strong in the town of Shaftsbury in said District on the 14th Day of january and 14th Day of april next from to of clock ., until 5 of clock ., on each of said Days and that six months from the 14th Day of october 1965, is the time limited by said court for said creditors to present their claims to us for examination and allowance dated at Shaftsbury this 14th Day of october 1965. Jesse Strong George Randall commissioners dated 3-29, 4-5, 4-12 commissioners notice ancillary estate of Joseph a. Plezzi the undersigned having been appointed by the honorable probate court for the District of Bennington commissioners to receive examine and adjust the claims and demands of All persons against the estate of Joseph a. Putzi late of North Adams mass., deceased and All claims exhibited in offset thereto hereby give notice that we will meet for the purpose aforesaid at the office of Raymond p. Belt in the town of Bennington in said District on the 21st Day of june and 21st Day of september next from to of clock ., until 5 of clock ., on each of said Days and that six months from the 21st Day of March 1966, is the time limited by said court for said creditors to present their claims to us for examination and allowance dated at Bennington this 21st Day of March 1966. Raymond p. Belt Francis j. Hogan commissioners dated 4-5,4-12,4-19 estate of Ruth m. Ruh state of Vermont probate court District of Bennington is. To All interested persons at the probate court in Bennington on the 6th Day of april 1966, an instrument purporting to be the last will and testament of Ruth m. Rial i late of Pownal in said District was presented for probate. And it is ordered by said court that the 27th Day of april 1966, at the probate office in Bennington at Loo of clock in the Forenoon be assigned for proving said instrument and that notice thereof be Given to All persons concerned by publishing this order three weeks successively in the Bennington Banner a newspaper circulating in that Vicinity in said District previous to the time appointed. Therefore you Are hereby notified to appear before said court at the time and place aforesaid and contest the probate of said while you have cause. Given under my hand at Bennington in said District this 8th Day of april 1966. Catherine c. Behan Register apr. 12 19 26 ust ate of Olive d. Herrick state of Vermont probate court District of Bennington is. To All interested persons at the probate court in Bennington on the 28th Day of March 1966, an instrument purporting to be the last who and testament of Olive d. Herrick late of Bennington in said District was presented for probate. And it is ordered by said court that the 20th Day of april 1966, at the probate office in Bennington at 11 00 o clock in the Forenoon be assigned for proving said instrument and that notice thereof be Given to All persons concerned by publishing this order three weeks successively in the Bennington Banner a newspaper circulating in that Vicinity in said District previous to the time appointed. Therefore you Are hereby notified to appear before said court at the time and place aforesaid and contest the probate of said will of you have cause. Given under my hand at Bennington in said District this 28th Day of March 1966. Catherine c. Behan Register april s-12-19 notice of hearing relative to proposed construction notice is hereby Given to All interested or affected persons that a Public hearing will be held at the Manchester elementary school auditorium in the Village of Manchester Vermont at 7 30 ., Daylight savings Tima on wednesday april 27, 1966, at which time they will be Given an Opportunity to be heard concerning their views on the proposed construction of a Highway in a he towns of Arlington Sunderland and Manchester in accordance with the requirements of Section 128, title 28, United states code. The contemplated location of the Highway projects begins at the contemplated interchange on the Kelley stand Road Sa-3 Easterly of East Arlington thence continues northerly and Easterly of state Ald Highway 2 and the Village of Sunderland thence continues northerly generally paralleling the Rutland Railroad and Lyle Easterly of the Village of Manchester to a contemplated interchange Easterly of the Batten kill in the Vicinity of Vermont route la. The contemplated location of Vermont route la in Manchester begins at a Point in Vermont route la approximately one mile Westerly of the Manchester Winhall town line thence continues Westerly generally parallel to Vermont route la to Cross town Highway 17 Barnumville Road near its Junction with Highland Avenue thence continues northerly to loin . Route 7, approximately 0.5 Miles northerly of its Junction with town Highway 17. The tentative location of the proposed route May be seen on plans available at the District Highway Engineer s office in Bennington at the town clerks office in Arlington at the town clerk s office in Sunderland at the town manager s office in Manchester and at the office of the department of highways in Montpelier interested persons from these affected villages and towns will be heard particularly with reference to the economic effect of such location. Representatives of the Highway department will be at the Manchester elementary school auditorium in the Village of Manchester to answer any questions interested or affected persons May want to ask. Russell a. Holden commissioner of highways Montpelier Vermont March 31, 1966 april 12, 19 Legal warning Legal voters of the Village of old Bennington to meet on monday april is 1966. This is to notify and warn the Legal voters of the Village of old Bennington Vermont to meet at the old Benny re ton schoolhouse in said Village on monday april 18, 1966 at seven thirty of clock ., to transact the following business 1. To discuss possible changes in the zoning Laws As submitted by the zoning committee. 2. And any other business. Marjorie h. Lapham clerk by order of the trustees dated at old Bennington March 28, 1966 dated March 29, april 5 amp april 12,1966 commissioners notice estate of Ernest w. Flanders the undersigned having been appointed by the honorable probate court for the District of Bennington commissioners to receive examine and adjust the claims and demands of All persons against the estate of Ernest w. Flanders late of North Bennington in said District deceased and All claims exhibited in offset thereto hereby give notice that we will meet for the purpose aforesaid at the first National Bank of no. Bennington in the town of Bennington in said District on the 23rd Day of june and 23rd Day of september next from to of clock ., until 5 o clock ., on each of said Days and that six months from the 23rd Day of March 1966, is the time limited by said court for creditors to present their claims to us Tor examination and allowance dated at Bennington this 23rd Day of March 1966. Arthur e. Wickenden Paul m. Crane commissioners dated 4-5,4-12,4-19 Legal notices said District previous to the time appointed. Therefore you Are hereby notified to appear before said court at the time and place aforesaid and contest the probate of said will of you have cause. Given under my hand at Bennington in said District this 24th Day of March 1966. Catherine c. Behan Register mar. 29 apr. 5-12 commissioners notice estate of Charles h. Hall the undersigned having been appointed by the honorable probate court for the District of Bennington commissioners to receive examine and adjust the claims and demands of All persons against the estate of Charles late of Bennington in said District deceased and All claims exhibited in offset thereto hereby give notice that will meet for the purpose aforesaid at the town clerks office in the town of Bennington in said District on the 23rd Day of june and 23rd Day of september next. From to of clock ., until 5 of clock ., on each of said Days and that six months from the 23rd Day of March 1966, is the time limited by said court Tor said creditors to present their claims to us Tor examination and allowance dated at Bennington this 23rd Day of March 1966. James b. Albney l. Gordon Moore commissioners dated 4-5, 4-12,4-n Legal notices notice of Public hearing pursuant to is a chapter 105, Section 1405, subsection a 1965, notice is hereby Given for a hearing to be held on april 18, 1966, at 100 In the conference room department of agriculture Montpelier Vermont for the purpose of considering implementation of regulations relative to 1. Intra and interstate movement of Equine. 2. Exhibition of Domestic fowl 3. Disposal of dead animals. A Reed h. Rexford commissioner of agriculture april 9, la 12 notice of hearing relative to proposed construction notice is hereby Given to All interested or affected persons that a Public hearing will be held at the National guard armory in the Village of Bennington Vermont at 7 30 ., Daylight savings time on tuesday april 26, 1966, at which time they will be Given an Opportunity to be heard concerning their views on the proposed construction of a Highway in the towns of Pownal Bennington Shaftsbury Arlington and Sunderland in accordance with the requirements of Section 128, title 23, United states code. The contemplated location of the Highway projects begin at a Point in us route 7 at Pownal Center and extends northerly on relocation generally parallel and Easterly of us route 7 to a contemplated interchange approximately opposite the Monument drive Road Sa-2 in Bennington thence continues northerly and Easterly of the Village of Bennington to a contemplated interchange with Vermont route 9 located Between Branch Street and Burgess Road in the Village thence continues northwesterly generally paralleling roaring Brook to a contemplated interchange with existing route us-7, located tween the roaring Branch and the sanitary land fill thence continues northwesterly generally paralleling roaring Brook to a contemplated interchange with relocated Vermont route 9, located Between silk Road roaring Brook and Vermont route 67a thence continues northerly and Westerly of us route 7 to a contemplated interchange with relocated Vermont route 67 and us route 7, located just southerly of Oversea Road and Westerly of us route 7 thence continues northeasterly and Easterly of us route 7 and the Rutland Railroad to a contemplated interchange on the Kelley stand Road Sa-3 Easterly of fast Arlington. The contemplated location of Vermont route 9 in Bennington begins at a Point in new York state on new York route 7 about one mile Westerly of the new York Vermont state line and extending on relocation northerly and Easterly to a Point on the new York Vermont state line approximately 1.3 Miles northerly of its intersection with Vermont route 9 thence continues generally Easterly and northerly of old Bennington to a contemplated interchange with relocated us route 7, located Between silk Road roaring Branch and Vermont route 67a. The contemplated location of Vermont route 67 s 0101 in Bennington begins at a Point on the Bennington Shaftsbury town line on Vermont route 67 at the northwesterly North Bennington Village line thence continues Easterly generally paralleling the Rutland Railroad thence crossing town Highway to Oversea Road and the Rutland Railroad and extends Easterly to a contemplated interchange with us route 7, located just southerly of Oversea Road and Westerly of us route 7. Tie contemplated location of the connection to us route 7 in Arlington begins at the contemplated interchange on the Kelley stand Road Sa-3 Easterly of fast Arlington and extends Westerly on relocation southerly of East Ari in ton to a Point on us route 7, southerly of the Village of Arlington. The tentative location of the proposed route May be seen on plans available at the District Highway Engineer s office in Bennington at the town clerks office in Shaftsbury at the town clerk s office in Arlington at the town clerks office in Sunderland and at the office of the department of highways in Montpelier. Interested persons from these affected villages and towns will be heard particularly with reference to the economic effects of such location. Representatives of the Highway department will be at the National guard armory in the Village of Bennington Vermont to answer any questions interested or affected persons May want to ask. Russell a. Holden commissioner of highways Montpelier Vermont March 31, 1966 april 12 19 estate of Susie of Marah state of Vermont probate court District of Bennington is. To All interested persons at the probate court in Bennington on the 24th Day of March 1966, an instrument purporting to be the last who and testament of Susie o Marah late of Bennington in said District was presented for probate. And it is ordered by said court that the 13th Day of april 1966, at the probate office in Bennington at la of of clock in the Forenoon be assigned for proving said instrument and that notice thereof be Given to All persons concerned by publishing this order three weeks successively in the Bennington Banner a newspaper circulating in that Vicinity in estate of Lilias Gordon Wilson state of Vermont probate court District of Bennington is. To All interested persons whereas said court has assigned the 20th Day of april next for examining and allowing the interim accounting and final accounting of the executor of the estate of said Lilias Gordon Wilson late of Bennington and for a decree of the residue of said estate to the lawful claimants of the same and ordered that Public notice thereof be Given to All persons interested in said estate by publishing this order three weeks successively previous to the Day assigned in the Bennington Banner a newspaper published at Bennington in said District. Therefore you Are hereby notified to appear at the probate office in Bennington at 2 00 of clock in the afternoon then and there to contest the allowance of said account of you see cause and to establish your right As heirs legatees and lawful claimants to said residue. Given under my hand this 1st Day of april 1966 Catherine c. Behan Register county National Bank executor april 5-12-19 commissioners notice estate at Burt Bourn the undersigned having been appointed by the honorable probate court for the District at Bennington commissioners to receive examine and adjust the claims and demands of All persons against the estate of Burt Bourn late of Shaftsbury in said District deceased and All claims exhibited in offset thereto hereby give notice that we will meet for the purpose aforesaid at the office of Joseph Shea in the town of Bennington in said District on the 8th Day of june and 8th Day of september next from to of clock ., until 5 of clock ., on each of said Days and that six months from the 8th Day of March 1966, is the time limited by said court for said creditors to present their claims to us for examination and allowance. Dated at Bennington this 8th Dav of March 1966. Joseph a. Shea Francis Hogan commissioners april 5-12-19 monuments cemetery lots 5 Kock of Ages Granite Barre Guild Seal. . Carver. Call 2-4808. Display at 126 Washington Avenue. By appointment appreciated. _ personals wedding invitations announcements cake decorations imprinted napkins and matches Guestbooks. Bennington bookshop 416 main st., phone 2-5136. Bennington lanes. Open monday through Friday 3 Win free Bowling every Friday night Moonlight Bowling 9 30 Open saturday 9 30 Sunday i Special four weeks 4 visits per week $20. Stay trim studio 442-4771. Woman wonderful extra in come part time flexible hours training provided. Work near your Home. Convenient for Mother with children in school. Pleasant dignified work. Phone 37s-6468 for appointment. No obligation. Ancillary estate of pasqual Plezzi the undersigned having been appointed by the honorable probate court for the District of Bennington commissioners to receive examine and adjust the claims and demands of a persons against the estate of Pasquale Plezzi late of North Adams mass., deceased and All claims exhibited in offset thereto hereby give notice that we will meet Tor the purpose aforesaid at the office of Raymond p. Belt in the town of Bennington in said District on the 21st Day of june and 2ist Day of september next from to o clock ., until 5 of clock ., on each of said Days and that six months from the 21st Day of March 1966, is the time limited by said court Tor said creditors to present their claims to us for examination and allowance dated at Bennington this 21st Day of March 1966. Raymond p. Belt Francis j. Hogan commissioners dated 4-2,4-12,4-19 strayed lost found 9 lost Gold and Silver wedding band. Call 442-6007. Found Golden retriever Vicinity of Woodford Mountain. Also Small female Beagle Collar Shaftsbury. Call humane society shelter 375-2898.__ lost Small Black White and Tan Beagle no Collar answers to last seen in Park Lawn area. Reward. Alfred Bottom 406 South Bennington 442-9183. Automotive agencies to test drive drive Toyota 442-9884. The 4-wheel at spikes. Call Don t store la sell it by Charles m. Schulz peanuts Here s the 6rlm Soldier of the French rjrei6n, legion standing at Hig Post. Our company is stationed at fort zen Deneuf on the Edge of no Mere. And i ? i have a tragic past and i have joined this a le6i0n of lost souls Quot to forget i Uljon Deodhat it i Ike old of like to have a i Ain in. A oti1 a . By Johnny Hart i cant help or the Moon keeps me awake a Blondie by Chic voting in Steve Canyon pm by Milton Caniff so i Irish \ passport goop for ten years Anc in mis real name Woulf be waiting-somevvmeee.1 77 would have earned enough Money in the Jug to pay his Way to the Haven of his Well-70-do wife in Here is to Lex passport with visa. And the stub of a great Circle ticket fro a san fran t the Navy will drop you there As f you were changing planes a and you will catch i keep thinking what if you Guys misread waa a Muldoon a message a and she a Neutral flight which said Quot one look he goes to Han cd. A Buffy and i run heart of Juliet Jones by Stan Drake

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