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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - April 23, 1963, Bennington, Vermont 2-Bennington Banner tuesday april 2 3, 1963 around Vermont anti rabies shots for dogs begin Montpelier a anti rabies vaccine will be administered to dogs in Northern Vermont beginning saturday the agricultural department reports. The inoculations will be Given free to dogs in a 25-mile Buffer zone extending from the Canadian Border South in Essex grand Isle Orleans and Franklin counties. Local veterinarians armed with 10,000 doses of the rabies vaccine will staff the clinics in the Northern counties. When the vaccination program is completed in the Buffer zone clinics will be set up in the rest of the state but the inoculations will not be free. Legislation appropriating funds for the program was passed two weeks ago following the identification of two Rabid foxes in the Northern part of the state. All dogs must have anti rabies shots by april 1964. Lodge More charges against men Barre a six Northfield men charged with breaking and entering Here Friday heard new charges lodged against them in court monday. The group was arrested last week following a police crackdown in the Wake of a series of Breaks throughout Central Vermont. All of the new charges include specifications of Breaks into additional places of business. Several truckloads of stolen property have been recovered by police since the arrest of the men. Lodged in Barre jail in lieu of $4,000 bail apiece Are John shuttle 30 Albert Premont 32 Vernon v. Truman 31 Glen Corey 24 and Donald shuttle 28. The sixth Man Ricardo Diego. 28, is free on $3,000 bail. Rutland opposes Cirl Seoul plan Rutland a the girl scout Council of Rutland inc. Will oppose Council inclusion in the National coverage plan at a nationwide reorganization meeting next october according to a statement issued by the Rutland Council. The statement follows comments that Rutland was a boycotting the coverage reorganization meetings and desiring to leave the girl scouts to join the campfire girls. Rutland councils statement noted that a a there is a difference Between Blind loyalty to the . Girl scout movement in which one can Hope to help a beloved and respected organization avoid falling into a pattern which seems unwise. Rutland believes in girl scouting and is doing All in its Power to make scouting available to every girl. The Council has signed a proposal that All action taken at the National Council at its 1957 and 1960 meetings relating to the Council coverage plan be the coverage plan has been approved by the Bennington Council along with a majority of the other existing councils in Vermont. Gibsons agree on court action need Burlington a a father and son legislative judiciary team agrees that a . Supreme court decision will have to be promulgated before the Vermont House of representatives changes its makeup. Town rep. Ernest w. Gibson Iii a Brattleboro said sunday a a i think supreme court action is necessary As far As the House of representatives is concerned. But the Senate took some action last year and with that statue statute running out this year i think they will act Gibson is chairman of a legislative commission on reapportionment. . District court judge Ernest w. Gibson a former Vermont governor and father of the Brattleboro town representative told a meeting of United press International broadcasters association Here saturday that the supreme court will have to Tell the legislature How to re apportion itself before the lawmakers take action. Windham to build new school Windham a fifty five of Windham s 74 voters have approved 35-20 construction of a new two room school Here at a Cost of $21,260. The new building w ill replace a one room school for the upper grades that burned last january and another one room building in South Windham that now houses the lower grades. Since the fire the upper grades have been occupying the South Windham Church vestry. An alternate plan proposed enlargement of the South Windham school. Motorists escape injury Owr in i Etc York fire destroys did Railroad building Green Island a fire of undetermined origin monday destroyed the two Story Frame building on the Deleware and Hudson Railroad property Here housing building supplies and construction equipment owned by William Dunn of i Roy. Dunn estimated his loss As a a extensive the building formerly housed the signal equipment paint shop of the Damp hand was one of the oldest buildings on the property. Flames shot High into the air when portions of the roof caved in. Water borne scouts Start a fad Troy a the Spring canoeing fad is gaining momentum a dozen Eagle Mills explorer scouts paddled their five canoes with some footwork required for portages 50 Miles from fort Ann to the f ederal locks in Troy this weekend to provide a twist on president Kennedy a 50-mile hike fad. The scouts encountered rough sailing throughout most of their trip a heavy winds and High Waters battered their Flimsy Craft and Breakers kept the youths Busy bailing and calming queasy stomachs. The explorers spent nights sleeping in tents along their route. Down in Berkshire Williams fraternity reverses its stand Williamstown a undergraduate members of the first Williams College fraternity to move toward sponsorship of one of the colleges new social units has reversed its decision. Student members of Delta Phi Upsilon last week voted to advise the houses trustees that they would sponsor one of the social units that will take Over responsibility for housing Deef ing and social accommodations of All students. But a fraternity member this weekend confirmed that at subsequent meetings the members reversed themselves and will not make the proposed recommendation to the trustees. W Ell drilling contract to be granted Williamstown a town selectmen will hold a special meeting next monday evening to award a contract for drilling of a second town Well on the Stetson Road property. The contract will facilitate and expedite construction of the Well Aud make the town eligible for up to 50 per cent state Aid. The town Board also agreed monday night to designate some 32 town boards commissions and officers As special town employees under the conflict of interest Law that goes into effect May i. Under the Law those so designated May legally conduct business with the town but not the specific department they Are serving town manager j. Maynard Austin told selectmen. Blood donors your help is needed wed. April 24 m0odmobile at elks barn 11 45 5 30 for transportation dial 2-9458 in weekend accidents Darling Kelly Motel the Driver of a 1957 Volkswagen escaped injury sunday afternoon when his car rolled Over on . 7 in Pownal. The Accident occurred state police reported monday when Gladys sergeant 64, of Williston Park ., who was driving the first in a line of three cars began to turn left onto old us. 7. Charles w. Richardson 54, of Claremont n.h., the Driver of the garage defendants sentenced Boston apr three men convicted of larceny and conspiracy in the Boston common underground garage Case were were sentenced monday to prison and jail terms totalling 5 to 52 years. Superior court judge Francis j. Quirico imposed sentence of 2v2 to 3 years in states prison on larceny charges and terms of 31/2 in the Suffolk count House of correction on the conspiracy convictions. The House of correction sentences Are to be served after the prison terms. Convicted by a Superior court jury were Francis w. Kiernan of Boston Engineer for the three Story garage beneath Baston common Richard k. Got Jon special Justice of the Ipswich District court and atty. Richard c. Simmers of Andover. The court ordered stays of the sentences to allow for appeals by the three defendants whose lawyers said they would go to the state supreme court. Volkswagen was the third in the line of traffic police said. Just As the sergeant vehicle began to turn left according to the police report Richardson pulled out to pass the car in front of him. Richardson told police he was unable to see the signal lights of the sergeant car because the car in front of him was blocking his View. On seeing the sergeant vehicle turning in front of him police said Richardson turned sharply to the left in an attempt to avoid a collision went into broadside skid and rolled Over. In the process according to the report his car scraped the bumper of the sergeant car. Police estimated damage to the Volkswagen at $900. No one was injured sunday morning when a car skidded off the right Side of Vermont 9 in Searsburg and struck a Cement Culvert police said. The car was driven by Patricia Troumpe 19, of North Adams mass. Two cars were damaged saturday afternoon in one of two accidents investigated Over the weekend by Bennington Village police. Police said that the cars driven by Beverly Bennett of 218 Bradford St. And Arthur of 822 gag St. Collided in the Middle of the intersection of Safford and Gage streets. The left headlight and the Hood of a parked car owned by William g. Van Pelt of Chatham Were damaged saturday when his car was struck by a vehicle driven by William Persip of North Branch Street ext. Police said Persip was backing out of the parking place in front of Van pelts car. Bennie in Toni area Market test zone for cigarette new York a Bennington county and the new York capital District area comprise the first Region in tile United states to get a a sneak preview of a new filter cigarette manufactured by the Liggett amp Myers tobacco co. The area is now timing saturated by an intensive advertising and sales promotion Campaign behind the Lark a new concept according to its makers in cigarettes. While the Lark quietly went on Sale at drug stores and supermarkets about two weeks agony part of a Broad a test City plan the company has moved into town with a heavy sales and and Campaign to Herald the cigarette s Normal introduction to area restless. Eull Page color newspaper ads. Local Cut ins on network television spot television announcements plus colourful Point of Purchase displays in All major retail outlets have opened the done. Local representatives of Liggett amp Myers one of the country a largest and oldest tobacco manufacturers. Said today that the area because of its cosmopolitan makeup in population and its reputation for discriminating tastes make it an Ideal test Center for the company a new product. The unique feature of the Lark is its three piece Keith filter which contains two modern outer filters plus an inner filter of activated charcoal granules a Basic material used by science to purify air. The company claims that or Hartl owner Meyer is reported a better Erwin w. Mever. Owner of Southern Vermont Orchards was reported monday to be apparently almost fully recovered from a bout with illness which had had him hospitalized in Florida for approximately seven weeks. George Bishop an employee at the Orchards said Meyer had called him late last week from Miami and reported he was a feeling he said Meyer expects to return to Bennington a week from wednesday. Bishop said the Orchard owner had been released from the Hospital about three weeks earlier after undergoing extended treatment for what Bishop believed was a Case of general fatigue combined with a chronic heart difficulty. The specially fortified charcoal selectively decreases the amount of irritating gases that Are present in Small amounts in cigarette smoke to a level far below that present in the smoke of any other available cigarette. The Keith libel is a technological development which puts into practice important knowledge obtained i rom a broadly based biological research program carried on in the Lite sciences Din i Sion of Arthur i. Little int. In Cambridge mass. In this program which a. La ten supported by Liggett a. Myers Tor tin past nine veal a the at turns it the irritating gases in filtered and non Lilac red t cigarette smoke have been studied on mammalian cilia. The cilia Are the minute hairline structures which la eat rhythmically and remove Loreign material from tin in a i Faiery passageways in hit lung. These studies indicate the Keith i Lite 1 protects the cilia Lur in Pond any available . Telephones business 44? 6300 newsroom. 4427800 display advertising. 442 2684 the Bennington Banner is published doily except sunday and Legal holidays at 425 main St., Bennington Vermont by the Banner publishing corporation member of the associated press the associated press is entitled exclusively to the use for republication of All local news printed in this newspaper As Well As All a news dispatches Home delivery by Carrier h lid motor delivery 7c per a it subscription rates by mail so i. Radius Ond All Vermont 3 mos. S4 25 a 6 mos $8 of a i or $15 00 elsewhere in the us. Mos $4 75 a 6 mos $9 00 a 1 or Piso special rates for servicemen new from remember a you get double triple a a so Blue Stamps every wednesday grand Union Empire no minimum Purchase necessary Mere 350, 35 horsepower 2 cylinders in line. Mercury a most powerful twin. New super Magneto Power dome combustion Chambers. Many parts patterned after and interchangeable with powerful Mere 1000. Optional electric starting. Black trimmed in Chrome. Recommended for skiing fishing cruising runabouts work boats houseboats Pontoon boats barges and general Utility. Bennington garage corp. Main Street Bennington the Darling Kelly Motel . 7 South of Bennington was sold monday to or. And mrs. Albert w. Anderson of North Providence r.i., by Thomas Kelly. Or. And mrs. Anderson formerly in the Dairy business take Over the 23-unit Motel and swimming Pool but Kelly will retain the building occupied by the Howard Johnson restaurant Chain next door. George Breen of potentials inc., Manchester real estate firm was agent for the Sale. Thrift shop the Thrift shop has raised Well Over $28,000 for the United counselling service and its predecessor in its la years of existence it has been reported. But who actually Haft done this everyone who has Given clean clothing and household goods to be sold has helped. Everyone who has worked in the shop has helped and this happily includes some men. Everyone who has come to buy at the shop has helped. The town officers have helped by giving space in the basement of the town building. The Banner has helped by printing a weekly article. Merchants have helped by occasionally contributing new merchandise. Truly this is a Community Enterprise. Altogether hundreds of Ben Ning ionians have been involved in one Way or another and the committee salutes them especially the customers whose dimes and dollars go directly to the United counselling service to help the people of Bennington and its environs. Wins sugar slalom Stowe apr Rick Clalee of the Killington ski club won the two Day sugar slalom on nosedive Trail yesterday. Chafee Vermont Junior slalom Champion covered the 60 Gate course in 56 seconds. He was 1.6 seconds ahead of John Clough of Middlebury. Rosie Fortna of the it. Mansfield ski club won the girls events in i 1.1, beating Susan Palmer of the Royal Mountain ski club by 1.1 seconds. Migrant labor legislation May be Given new lease on life by committee shift a proposed Bill dealing with migrant labor in Vermont May have itself a new lease on life. Rep. Allan b. Angney jr., a Arlington sponsor of the Bill said the measure until now lodged with the House general committee will be reassigned to the Public health committee which will probably Call its own Public hearing on the proposal. The Bill would create two special boards a one composed of commissioners of several state departments the other a citizens advisory committed to Bat Board a which would Loob into problems related to migrant workers and advise and assist the departments represented in the formulation of policies dealing with the problems. Tie Bill would also give special Powers to the department of health for the enforcement of minimum housing and sanitation standards in migrant Camps. Testimony presented at a hearing last week called by the general committee and comments by its chairman Laine Vance a Danville indicated the measure in its entirety stood Little Chance of a favourable report. There was some evidence however that the committee might recommend some revision in department of health enforcement Powers. The Bill a reassignment which would be made by House speaker Franklin s. Billings stems in part from criticism of the Bill a handling by the general committee Angney indicated. The Public health committee had originally wanted the measure Angney said and when it was Given to the House general committee the health group had obtained assurances from Vance that it would be notified when he called his own committee hearing. Public health committee chairman mrs. Alice Landon of new Haven told Angney she had not received such notification. Angney himself was warned of the hearing less than 48 hours in Advance and the Shaftsbury methodist Church group originally seeking the legislation and area supporters Bare 24-hour no its Bennington had in turn a Tice. Angney said he will be looking into Why the general committee had not carried out its purported agreement with Public health and Why interested parties were not Given More Advance notice. He expressed regret that local supporters of the measure would have to make a second trip to Hotelier. Tie Shaftsbury group has indicated it is primarily interested in having a measure passed that would insure compliance by employers using migrants with minimum health standards. Why not make your building and fix it easier faster and More efficient with Power tools by a Delta a Dewalt a ram a Darra James h. Greenberg amp son i Man St closed saturday at i . Ccc7 ship today for delivery today / Vermont transit lines bus express no one gets it there in less time at less Cost to so Many places As bus terminal 126 Washington ave Tel. 442-4808 dream Home does the Home of your dream look like this one probably not. You cherish one All your own. The Vermont Bank and Trust company likes to help your Home ownership dreams come True with sound mortgage planning. See one of our Friendly mortgage loan specialists at any one of the five convenient offices of the Vermont Bank and Trust company. Well Roll out the a red carpet for you. The Vermont Bank and Trust co. 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