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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - April 12, 1966, Bennington, Vermont 2-Bennington Banner tuesday april 12, 1966 around Vermont Young gop to hear Hayes Montpelier a Thomas l. Hayes administrative assistant to sen. Winston l. Prouty will be the guest speaker at the Vermont Young Republican convention. The Yagop organization has announced that the annual convention will be held May 7 at the hotel Vermont in Burlington. A business meeting will be held at i ., at which time a number of constitutional amendments will be presented for adoption. Following a Buffet dinner at 6 p.rn., Hayes will address the group. Tickets for this event Are available from local Young Republican directors. Girl wins Art contest Rutland a Linda Cheryl Olson of Center Rutland a senior at Rutland High school has been named a state Winner in the Art Talent contest sponsored by the general federation of women s clubs and the hallmark card co. She has been awarded $75 from the Vermont federation of women s clubs and is eligible to compete for $2,350 in scholarships in the National contest. Miss Olson s realistic painting a running free and growing Strong depicts running horses and is executed in oils. Gibb to seek re election Weybridge up a state rep. Arthur glib a Weybridge said today he will run for re election in november. Glib said he is seeking re election to follow through on a number of legislative matters in which he Lias been interested during the past three sessions. Glib was a representative for the 1963, 1964 and 1965 sessions and one of two representatives from Weybridge in the re apportioned 1966 special legislature. Vermont Quot Frio arrested Winooski up a police chief Donald Savard says the Fri has notified him of the arrest of two greater Burlington men and a missing 15-year-old Winooski girl. Savard said monday the Trio was picked up saturday night near Claremore okla. Following a wild 100-mile-an-hour Chase by the Oklahoma Highway patrol. The men wanted for questioning about car thefts in the Burlington area Are Danny Hill 18, and Larry Mason 26. Bonnie Lee Mcginnis missing from her Home since april 3, was found with Hill along with mrs. Patricia Mason and a Small Haby. Or. Irvine a appointment expected a new president of Vermont College in Montpelier was expected to be named wednesday. Indications were that the appointee would be or. William Irvine of Wheaton md., regional education officer for Africa in the . Department of state. Sources said Irvine was the first Choice of the Vermont College selection group and his name would be submitted to the 19-member Board of trustees for final approval wednesday. The new president of the two year College will succeed Ralph Noble who retires at the end of the current academic year. % 4 Oman Dies of Burns South Burlington up a mrs. Della Barber 63, died today when a Flash fire ripped through her Home at 22 Dumont ave. Burlington police said mrs. Barber apparently was attempting to Light a stove in the Kitchen when her clothing caught fire. Officials said she died from Burns. Firemen were forced to use air packs while fighting the Blaze because of the intense smoke and heat. The cellar and entire first floor of the Home were gutted. Act Over in Mew Ork Bennington Grad in Gonnert Saratoga Springs a Clef club Skidmore College music organization will present miss Connie Tonken pianist in concert at 8 Wednesday in the College Hall. The concert is open without charge to the Public. A reception will follow. Miss Tonken a recent graduate of Bennington College where she participated in a semester devoted to composition is presenting a series of concerts at new England and Eastern new York colleges and universities. She has studied with or. Moshe Paranov University of Hartford Leonard Seeber concert pianist and Julian Degray and Henry Brant both of Bennington. Doctors to study viruses Albany a the relationships of viruses and immunology to infectious disease will be the subject of a doctors teaching Day at Albany medical College thursday. Physicians in Bennington and surrounding area have been invited to attend the program which will begin at 10 15 . In the colleges Huyck auditorium. Or. Victor n. Tompkins professor of pathology and director of the Institute of preventive Medicine at Albany medical College will be Moderator. Guest faculty will include or. Donald Eitzmann associate professor of Medicine University of Florida medical school or. Maurice Green of the Institute for molecular virology St. Louis University school of Medicine and or. Samuel l. Kate children a Hospital medical Center Boston. Open hoist features radio link Watervliet a visitors attending the Watervliet Arsenal open House May 21 will be Able to transmit messages to friends and relatives serving with the armed forces in South Viet Nam Korea Germany and in fact at All but a very few . Military installations around the Globe. The world wide linking of loved ones will be provided by members of the Arsenal radio club using the facilities of the Arsenal Mars military affiliate radio system As a feature of the installations armed forces Day Observance. The open House will also feature a military Parade and review and Drill team Competition. A Down in Berkshire plead innocent Iii theft charge Pittsfield a pleas of innocent were entered by two North Berkshire men John Hancock of North Adams and Edward King of Adams in Superior court monday on arraignment on charges arising from the alleged theft of $50,000 Worth of meat from the North Adams Branch of the Adams supermarket. Both defendants were released under $5000 Ball pending trial later in the current criminal session. Fired teacher gets hearing North Adams a the school committee at a special meeting monday granted the request of a Mark Hopkins school teacher John w. Haskell for an open hearing on Why he was not reappointed. The teacher challenged Adverse recommendations that were presented at the hearing. Curriculum coordinator resigns Pittsfield a at a special session of the school committee monday a Surprise item was the request of Theodore her Berg that he be relieved of his Job As curriculum coordinator in the schools. Since 1950 Herberg has held this Post in addition to his duties As director of research. Herberg has also been devoting time in heading up the Pittsfield teacher association drive for selection As bargaining agent for All teachers in opposition to the rival Pittsfield federation of teachers Campaign. Philippine House approves 2,000 troops for Viet Nam Manila up a a Bill authorizing dispatch of 2,000 troops to South Viet Nam was overwhelmingly approved by the philippine House of representatives monday night but May run into difficulty in the Senate because of Viet Nam s political crisis. Both Senate president artha to Tolentino and president pro tempore Lorenzo Sumulong were quoted today As urging senators to delay action on the measure until after the Buddhist revolt against the government of Premier Nguyen Cao by is settled. But president Ferdinand Marcos is on record As urging passage of the measure despite the unrest. The Bill would authorize him to Send an engineering construction Batta lion and a Security Force to join the War Effort against the communists. It also appropriates $8.75 million to cover the costs. The approval came after rep. Carmelo Barbero chairman of the House defense committee returned from an on the spot inspection tour of soviet fishing Fleet angers i. S. Fishermen Newport Ore. Up a commercial fishermen operating out of this Pacific Tabor Are angry and frustrated at the presence of a russian fishing Fleet a few Miles offshore. Fishing is vital to Newport s Economy and Cannery workers waitresses and service station attendants also Are irked by the soviets fishing in Waters which in effect provide the bread and butter for this town of 5,700. Reports conflict on the size of the russian Fleet. The coast guard Here is reluctant to talk about it. Local fishermen said there were More than too russian vessels. Gomer Hilsinger management supervisor for the Bureau of commercial fisheries in Seattle wash., said 20 russian boats one Cannery ship and 19 trawlers were spread along the coast from the Northern trip of Washington to Coos Bay in Southern Oregon. United press International photographer Ray Hakala of Portland counted 16 russian vessels at i Monday about 22 Miles off Newport. He got pictures of one Mother ship and 15 trawlers. Warren Harrison who operates the 55-foot trawler Ruth Ellen out of Newport estimated there were a a dozen Mother ships and at least too trawlers off Oregon alone. Viet Nam and recommended favourable action. Reporting on his Survey Barbero said the outbreak of anti americanism in South Viet Nam is limited to Saigon and a few other cities and a in the Countryside they Are praising the girl loses to boy in West Point try mental patient admits being a phantom Strangler would be Torch released Washington up a Arthur Hilary Zinner a Boston University student who attempted unsuccessfully to set himself afire in front of the White House has been discharged from a Washington mental Hospital in the custody of his Mother. A spokesman at St. Elizabeth a Hospital where Zinner was held for observation after the easter sunday incident said the youth was released monday a with the Assurance he would get further mrs. Jack Zinner of new York City picked up her son whom police quoted As saying he wanted to dramatize his opposition to the Viet Nam War by self immolation. The 20-year-old student arrived in Washington by bus sunday and after tipping a local broadcasting station by Telephone went directly to the White House where he doused himself with gasoline from two plastic jugs. Secret service agent Radford Jones grabbed Zinner while he was trying to strike a match. Washington up a Tough Luck cadets but shapely Cathy Christy wont be joining the Long Gray line this summer after All. Cathy is a Brunette Ashland Ore., High school senior who Shook up army brass by trying to smash the sex Barrier at West Point. But she a lost her bid to become the first girl at the . Military Academy. When Pentagon officials Learned that Cathy has lost out to a rugged male in the Academy sweepstakes the sighs of Relief nearly rippled Waters of the murky Potomac Between the Pentagon and Capitol Hill. The army fearing additional publicity might further Dent the All male West Point image quietly told rep. Robert b. Duncan d-Ore., that his first Choice for West Point this summer a Charles Pyle of Eugene Ore. A passed Academy tests with flying colors and is a fully qualified and entitled to the army was privately pinning its Hopes on Pyle after a search of regulations turned up no specific Rule against girls in the corps of cadets. While Pyle was Duncan a first Choice Cathy was his second alternate. This meant she stood a fighting Chance to get to West Point if Pyle 18, failed to meet the requirements. Without fanfare the Cadet corps let Duncan know they were siding with pretty Cathy. Pyle a acceptance automatically rules out selection of Cathy for the time being. Cathy who wanted a military life has been accepted at Luci Johnson makes plans for a National wedding Johnson City Tex. Up a the marriage of Luci babies Johnson to Patrick j. Nugent will be spectacular in scope with 12 bridesmaids in the wedding party according to a family Friend. The president s daughter is making plans for a a a National wedding that will rival any that has Ever involved a first family. Luci 18, feels close to Many girlhood friends and does t wan to leave any of them out of her bridal party when she marries Nugent on aug. 6 at the shrine of the immaculate Conception in Washington. The White House has kept the wedding plans under wraps and according to mrs. Elizabeth Carpenter the first lady s press Secretary details won t be Given out until around june. The coveted invitations to about 1,000 guests Are expected to be in the mail in Early july. Luci and Nugent were Given a private pre nuptial party monday night in austins the first to be Given by their Texas crowd. It was a dinner for More than 20 Given by three of Luci s girl friends. Elegant gifts including Silver goblets were Given to the betrothed couple. Guests included Lynda Luci s sister 22. Both Luci and Nugent will travel Back to Washington with mrs. Johnson today having spent the easter holidays with the president at the lbs ranch. Willamette University in Salem Ore. Duncan said however that he will not give up the fight against tradition bound military men who want to keep a a male Only sign on the Academy a doors. He has signified that he intends to open the doors of the air Force Academy and naval Academy too if qualified girls want to apply. There is a big a a if in Duncan a drive for women a rights however. He is running in the democratic primary in Oregon May 24 for the Senate seat being vacated by sen. Maurine b. Neuberger Dore. If he loses the primary or the election he plans to retire from Congress. Mrs. Kennedy returns to i a. From Argentina Cordoba Argentina up a mrs. John f. Kennedy who spent holy week on a ranch North of this provincial capital was scheduled to return to the United states today. A . Embassy plane was standing by to take the widow of the former . President and her children Caroline 8, and John 5, to Buenos Aires to catch a new York bound Airliner. The Kennedy Argentine Host former foreign minister Miguel a. Carcano treated them to an open air Barbecue monday while his cowboys put on a Rodeo. Carcano first met the Kennedy family in London where he and mrs. Kennedy s father in Law Joseph p. Kennedy were ambassadors in the Early 1940s. The Bennington Banner telephones business. .442-6300 newsroom. .442-2800 advertising. .442-2684 the Bennington Banner is published Dally except sunday and Legal holidays at 425 main St., Bennington vt., 05201 by the Banner up bushing corporation. Members of United press inter anon Al which is entitled exclusively to use or of All local news printed in this newspaper As Well Asau up news dispatches. Home delivery by Carrier and motor delivery Ioc per Day subscription rates by mall for 50-mlle radius and All Vermont 3 months $6.30, 6 months $11.70, i year $22.50 elsewhere in the . 3 months $7.00 6 months $13.00 i year $25.00 second class postage paid at Bennington it. 05201 Bridgewater mass. Up a several psychiatrists planned to testify today at a sanity hearing for a state mental Hospital patient who has told authorities he was Bostons a phantom if judge Frederick Mcmeni men finds the 33-year-old Malden father of two mentally competent the District attorneys of Suffolk Middlesex and Essex counties will be free to seek grand jury indictments and bring the patient to trial. Authorities say the Man who was committed to Bridgewater state mental Hospital in november 1964, has admitted the strangling of la women in Eastern Massachusetts since id62 and also confessed to slaying two other women. Officials say he also admitted More than 600 other sex crimes. He was committed to Bridgewater following his arrest for allegedly attacking a Cambridge housewife. If psychiatrists Tell the Middlesex county probate judge however that the Man is not sane judge Mcmenimen can name a permanent guardian for him and he might never lie brought to trial. Today shearing was held at the Hospital rather than at the East Cambridge courthouse for Security reasons. The patient was expected to testify himself at the closed hearing. During the Early stages of his confinement the patient talked frequently with Law enforcement officials. The la unsolved strangling attributed to the phantom Strangler took place Between june 1962 and january 1964. The strangling triggered a wave of fear among women living alone in Eastern Massachusetts. All followed a similar pattern. All but one of the women were strangled with their own underwear stockings or bedclothes. Eight of the women lived in Boston one in Lynn one in Salem and one in Lawrence. They generally were abused sexually in the same Way. Authorities who talked with the Man said they found him a very convincing and detectives said he furnished Many details never carried in news accounts of the slayings. F. Lee Bailey noted Boston criminal lawyer and attorney Jon Asgeirsson Are representing the suspect. Advanced i Capone London up a Russia has ordered $1,400 Worth of crossbows from a London firm for firing hypodermic needled darts to catch wild animals alive. The russians Are after monkeys. Store #1 Only Pac As sure As Sunrise Gas h e at you can depend on a Spyro fax Gas heat. You la have clean even heat. Automatically. All Winter Long. In every Corner of every room. So economical too Call today for Frie heating Survey h Winslow heating amp plumbing Supply co. 303 depot St. Bennington it. Home of Quot Pyro fax Quot Oas Bennington poet included in display at Montpelier Montpelier a in conjunction with the poetry society of Vermont the Vermont historical society is now displaying in its museum a collection of Vermont poetry old and new including that of a woman who lived in Bennington a Hundred years ago. Among the earlier poets Are several rare items of which one is Stephen Delano s Elegal poems printed in Windsor in 1794. This copy has recently come into the Possession of the society. The Only other known copy is in the custody of the Amerl ican antiquarian society. On View is the Book by Jos Las Lyndon Arnold the first Book of poetry by a vermonter published in 1797. Also to be seen Are hymns by Solomon Mack Grandfather of Joseph Smith a personal copy of Charles Eastman s poems with corrections by the author in longhand and a rare edition of or. John Henry Hopkins the three Kings of Orient on loan by mrs. O. R. Firs Slone Walker a great Niece. The roster of Early Vermont poets continues with examples of John Godfrey Saxe Julia Dorr Anne Lynch Betta of Bennington at whose Home in new York City Poe gave the first Reading of a the Raven a Enid Pierce Helen Flanders and Abby Marla Hemenway. A second Case displays items relating to 20th Century Vermont poets entering about Robert Frost but also including w alter Coates Howard Flower or. Arthur Wallace peach former director of the Vermont historical society and Walter hard. Works of contemporary poets Are to be seen on a Large panel. Members of the poetry society gathered at the museum March 26 to open the exhibit for National Library week. Do. Arthur Wentworth Hewitt president of the poetry society Cut the ribbon at the ceremony. The exhibit will remain until july i monday through Friday 8 .to 4 30 The exhibit was assembled through the Good offices of mrs. Gordon a a Molly Baldwin of Montpelier. 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Visitors will be Able to approach within a few feet of the grave and its Gas fed eternal flame mounted on a Pedestal of Marble and Sil ver Nickel Alloy. The permanent graveside is just a few feet away from the spot where the late president was buried 2y% years ago. Want Good dependable Gas service then Quot Best buy Quot is propane Gas delivered by Man a h to Tzvi co 11 c 113 depot St. Bennington

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