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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - April 24, 1965, Bennington, Vermont 2-Bennington Banner saturday april 24, 1965 reds beam first a Comsat scenes Moscow Cupi the soviet Union orbited its first communications satellite Friday and transmitted a television program More than 4,000 Miles from Vladivostok to Moscow. The television pictures were published in Friday nights edition of the government newspaper Izvestia. Although years behind the United states in putting up a communications satellite the soviets crowed in Izvestia a front Page about the debut of the satellite named Molnia one. Molnia Means lightning. The orbiting of the satellite took place two weeks after a . Commercial satellite Early Bird was put into orbit Over the Atlantic. The first soviet television pictures a film sequence of Pacific Ocean scenes were beamed to the satellite and bounced from the Pacific coast to Moscow. The soviet process appeared to be similar to that employed by american communications satellites. North Bennington Rood Bennington Vermont Cloverdale Margarine quarters i la. Package 6 for portable typewriter a full size key Board a end of Page indicator �?�42 keys a visual margin set a carrying Case a Many other features i introductory $/q95 special a Only $2.00 weekly Fienberg a 447 main St. Bennington it. The pictures published in Izvestia showed a woman announcer and a Pacific Ocean Shore scene. The official news Agency Tass said the communications satellite powered by solar batteries and chemical sources was orbiting the Earth once every la hours and 48 minutes. The orbit had a maximum distance from the Earth of 24,454 Miles and a minimum distance of 308 Miles. A fall the equipment installed on Board the communications satellite and the entire ground radio Complex Are operating normally a Tass said. The russians did not say How Long the satellite is in the pro it or position to transmit the pictures. In addition to television the soviet satellite can transmit phone Calls radio programs radio photos and telegrams. March Crower is o the cottage Lono sleeve 0ea�t0s Junior Petite o .0 Madras shifts $12.98 Dryad ales free parking a armory lot next door 0. 0 River Valley Frozen Orange juice 6 cans Sii b o \ chickens1 la avg a $1.29 fresh made on our own farm in Quot we Sample syrup a ii i comic super Milt Lvi 3 Market continued from Page i formed a flying wedge to keep the Way Clear. Many persons were pushed and shoved. All stations of life were represented in the line of March. There were roman Catholic priests and nuns rabbis protestant clergymen mothers with babes in arms students and several cripples in wheel chairs. About one third of the marchers were White about 500 policemen Many in plainclothes were posted along the March route after police received seven telephoned reports threatening Kings life. Mrs. Malcolm Peabody 73-year-old Mother of former gov. Endicott Peabody was among the marchers. Only last year mrs. Peabody was arrested in a racial demonstration in St. Augustine Fla. Republican gov. John a. Volpe who proclaimed Friday As a Cdr. Martin Luther King Day in Massachusetts did not March apparently because he still was suffering ill a effects from a helicopter crash tuesday it began to Sprinkle when an aide introduced King at the rally As a the Moses of the 20th speaking at the rally King said negro a ghettos were a rebuke to the a Cradle of he said it would be a irresponsible to equate Boston with Birmingham but it also would be irresponsible to Overlook the poverty that is Bennington briefs after the perfect wedding hold the wedding reception at the new englander restaurant no. Bennington re. 442-9787 to there s a lot of ways to Coon a Goose dont let in prices Cook yours it shop Oneida at h/6> East main St. Bennington it. Leos motors our authorized Chrysler amp Vly Mould dealer Manchester Center it. 1962 Chrysler Tel. 362-1318 4 door Newport ramp a Auto. Trans., clean. 1964 Ford station Wagon 9 passenger v-8, stand. Trans., with overdrive 13,000 Miles. 1962 jeep pick up 6 cyl., one owner clean. 1962 Volvo big motor stand. Trans and radio. 1963 rambler 4doorwagon Auto. Trans., 6 cyl., Low mileage. The Williamstown mass., auxiliary police will meet in Southworth school monday at 7 30p.m. Capt. Floyd j. Bennett commanding officer and it. George t. Wiles program chairman Are preparing a topic to follow the business session. Able bodied male residents of Williamstown 21 and older wishing to join the unit May obtain applications at police offices on water Street. Iron Kettle weekend special roast sirloin of beef a jus. Complete dinner. $1.95. Adv. April 24 Stephen Manes to perform in Albany concert Stephen Manes concert pianist formerly of Bennington will be soloist with the Albany symphony orchestra monday May 3, at the Philip Livingston Junior High school in Albany. Edgar Curtis Well known in the Tri state area will conduct. The Young artist will play Brahms second piano concerto. He will come to Albany from Bloomington ill., where he is scheduled to play with the Bloomington Normal symphony on april 27. Those who Are interested in attending the concert Are notified that a few tickets Are available at Noveck Schultz or by contacting the artists father or. Julius h. Manes. Term a obsolete stirs fuss Wilson did t mean school Savory rotary elects officers Armand u. Lampron left elected new president of the Bennington rotary club receives the club Gavel from past president h. Giles right. Other new officers at rear Are from left Richard Jolivette treasurer Alexander . Drysdale vice president and John c. Page Secretary. Missing from the picture is j. Duncan Campbell another vice president. Union Carbide operations told rotarians . Jeff Griffin general manager of the Union Carbide corp. Plant in Bennington was guest speaker Friday at the Bennington rotary club. A native of St. Albans and a graduate of the University of Vermont Griffin described to rotarians operations of the Plant that produces Many different types of dry cell batteries. He said the Plant which has been in operation Here since 1942, employs about 300 persons has a local annual payroll of $1.5 million and annually produces goods Worth $3 million. Griffin said the future Outlook of the company remains Bright with stable employment anticipated. Hoff will sign town mooting i Alii lation Montpelier up a gov. Philip h. Hoff soon will sign a Bill validating a special Springfield election for a $450,-000 Clinton Street improvement project. The House overturned an earlier decision thursday when it voted to reconsider its action in rejecting the validation Bill and passed it 218-12. Wethersfield rep. Henry Hicks an Independent led the fight against the Issue even though he said he is for the project a $1.5 million Job that will make Clinton Street part of a three mile connector to interstate 91. Hicks said House members were a pressure cooked into voting against their earlier decision and called action by a handful of Springfield officials to have the vote reversed a a Slippery tactic to go around the District Hill of seen Iii school i hit Montpelier up a the Senate education committee will give a favourable report next week to a Bill designed to Speed creation of comprehensive school districts in Vermont. Rutland county Republican sen. Ellery Purdy said his committee would report the Bill out favourably to the Senate next week. Social welfare committee oks child Aid Hill Montpelier up a the House social welfare committee has Given a favourable report to a Bill allowing Aid to dependent children to continue to 21 years of age if they Are attending school. Aid now stops at 18. Boneless Chuck fryers cot up or whole Lamb patties walkers la. La. La. Municipal court Harold b. Baldwin 22, of Shaftsbury pleaded guilty before acting judge John p. Morrissey in municipal court Friday to a charge of driving to endanger. States atty. R. Marshall Witten described to the court the High rates of Speed at which a state police officer observed Baldwin to be travelling in Shaftsbury thursday night. He noted that Baldwin had three other convictions on motor vehicle violations two for defective equipment and one for exceeding the Speed limit and that Baldwin had been involved in three automobile accidents though none of these had involved court action. In View of this record Morrissey fined Baldwin $100 plus costs of $5.10 and issued a 60-Day jail sentence. This was suspended and the Man was placed on probation. Two conditions of the probation Are that he pay the Fine within 60 Days and that he give up his Driver s License to the local probation officer until his probation is lifted by the court. George l. Martin 23, of North Bennington pleaded guilty to a charge that he had violated his probation but further action on the Case was deferred for 30 Days on recommendation of Deputy probation and parole officer Daniel Holland. According to the original complaint on the alleged probation violation Martin was charged with failing to pay a $30.10 Fine ordered in his conviction of a breach of peace charge and with falling to report to the probation officer As required. Holland also indicated that Martin has yet to meet another requirement of his probation that he put in 25 hours of work on some Community project in the North Bennington Shaftsbury area. Holland said that Martin had paid the Fine this morning and indicated he had made some efforts to put in his 25 hours of Community work. Holland asked for the deferment on the probation violation so that he could Check out the work requirement further. He will make a report at the end of the 30-Day deferment period. In one other Case Robert j. Etgeton 39, of Hendry Fla., pleaded not guilty to a charge of operating a truck on . 7 in Manchester april 14 that was not properly registered. At the urging of atty. Cummings Etgeton a counsel he was released in the custody of Reid Lefevre of Manchester. States atty. Witten indicated that there might have been some misunderstanding involved in the arresting officer s interpretation of the Law governing truck registrations. . Spends $100 Bill Ion in spite of lbs s promises food Market Washington up a the fiscal year wont end until june 30, but it was disclosed Friday that the Federal government Al Rady has spent $100 billion. The news contained in a routine daily Treasury statement seems to contradict president Johnson a intention to keep spending within the announced budget figure of $97.5 billion. But there is More than one Way to skin a cat when it comes to figuring Federal spending. The difference is the a Trust fund a Money earmarked for specific programs like Highway construction or social Security. Trust fund spending is not figured in the so called a administrative budget that makes headlines every january when announced by the president. Spending under the administrative budget still is within predicted Bounds. But with Trust funds expenditures added the government passed the $100 billion Mark this week. Trust funds get their Money from specific sources for specific uses. The Highway Trust fund for example expects to spend $4.1 billion this year helping states build interstate highways. It is financed by Highway user taxes on gasoline tires and other items. The government is not supposed to dip into a Trust fund for any other purpose. But the administrative budget covers receipts and expenditures of All funds a owned by the Federal government a which Means the Money can be spent on anything the government wants. The Bennington Banner telephones business. .442-6300 newsroom. 442-2800 advertising. .442-2684 the Bennington Banner is published Day except sunday and Legal holidays at 425 main St., Bennington vt., by the Banner publishing corporation. Member of United press International which is entitled exclusively to use for republication of All local news printed in this newspaper As Well As All up news dispatches. Home delivery by Carrier and motor delivery 10c per Day subscription rates by mall for 50-mlle radius and All Vermont 3 months $6.30, 6 months $11.70,1 year $22.50 elsewhere in the . 3 months $7.00 6 months $13.00 i year $25.00 special rates for servicemen. Second class postage paid at Bennington it. The administrative budget for the current fiscal years looks like this receipts $91.2 billion expenditures 97.5 billion deficit 6.3 billion All the government s Trust funds Are supposed to have spent about $29 billion in the 12 months ending next june 30. Not a Penny of it will have showed up in the administrative budget. But government accountants and economists like to have some idea of the Over All Impact of Federal finances. So they add Trust funds to the administrative budget and come up with something called the a Cash this More or less is what shows up in the a daily statement of the . the Cash budget for fiscal 1965 look like this receipts $117.4 billion expenditures 121.4 billion deficit 4.0 billion the running score for the administrative budget is published once a month. The latest monthly statement through March 31, showed administrative budget outlays of $71.1 billion and receipts of $63.9 billion. With the government spending Money at a rate of $7 or $8 billion a month three More months should put the administrative budget right near the $97.5 billion Mark. Some economists argue that the Cash budget is a More realistic reckoning of Federal fiscal actions and should replace the administrative budget As the primary yardstick. The trouble with this idea is psychological. No administration is willing to appear to be adding $20 or $30 billion dollars to the budget Over and above the usual annual increase. Vermont leads in cropland conservation Burlington up a a Federal official says Vermont leads the nation in percentage of cropland in the agricultural conservation program. John Vance head of the conservation and land use division of the Federal agricultural conservation and stabilization service said thursday the Green Mountain state deserves National recognition for its work on conservation programs. Mrs. Marian Taylor chairman of the it. Anthony Union school Board said Friday night she had been deluged with Telephone Calls from persons upset with a news article indicating that sen. Robert m. Wilson had described the Union District As apparently Many persons read House approves Aafje Chanute for child Aid Law Montpelier up a the Vermont House gave initial approval Friday to a Bill that would allow payments to families under Aid to dependent children to continue until the youngster is 21 if school is attended. The first approval came with no dissent. Present Law states Aid payments will Stop for dependent children on the child a 18th birthday. The Bill provides that upon proof that the dependent child is still in High school or Trade school payments May continue until the age of 21. Calendars were Light in both Chambers Friday As the House and Senate wrapped up the 16th week of the legislative session. The House returns to Montpelier monday night for a working session the Senate meets the same night in Token session. Funerals mrs. Stephen Mulvey funeral services for mrs. Stephen Mulvey the former Mary Gavin of 106 Jefferson ave., who died at Putnam memorial Hospital wednesday morning after a Brief illness was held in St. Francis de sales Church Friday morning with a requiem High mass offered by the it. Rev. Msgr. Francis b. Flanagan pastor. A prayer at Mahar amp son funeral Home preceded the mass. Bearers were Jerry Keough Mason Amadon Vincent Coslan Tino George Ryan William Warner and Robert out water. Honorary bearers from theal tar Rosary society were mrs. Bridget Hogan mrs. Gertrude Nash mrs. Margaret Beilis and mrs. Agatha Krawczyk. Thursday night the members of the altar Rosary society of St. Francis de sales Church assembled at the funeral Home and were led in recitation of the Rosary by monsignor Flanagan. Burial was in the family lot in Park Lawn cemetery with monsignor Flanagan offering the committal prayers. Out of town relatives and friends were included from Acton mass. East Dorset and the surrounding area. Edwin c. Mcdermott Arlington the funeral of Edwin c. Mcdermott who died at his Home in Sunderland tuesday was held at Hanson Walbridge funeral Home in Arlington thursday afternoon with the Rev. Granville Green Wold of the East Arlington Federated Church officiating. Bearers were John Delaney of West Pawlet William Delaney of Arlington Robert race of Sunderland and Roy Grout of East Arlington. Burial was in the family lot in Evergreen cemetery Here. Friends and relatives attended from Points in Massachusetts and new York states from Bennington and this general area. No further than the headline mrs. Taylor said adding that of they had read the article it put sen. Wilson a comments in perspective. Use of the word a a obsolete in the headline apparently opened a a a Pandora a boxy of persons who feel that the new High school Isnit being designed to meet the needs of the Community. A the school Isnit obsolete and the planning Isnit obsolete a mrs. Taylor said. Sen. Wilson described to the Union Board thursday night two plans now pending in the state legislature for comprehensive regional school districts. He said that the concept of the Union school District As it exists in Vermont May be a step Forward but it Isnit the ultimate answer. He said he had not used the term a a obsolete to describe the Union school. Comprehensive regional school districts composed of cohesive geographic and economic regions which administer a program of education from kindergarten through High school Are the ultimate answer Wilson told the Board. He said virtually All school directors teachers and administrators favor this goal though there Are differences of opinion As to the Way it would be implemented. Sen. Wilson also objected to the use of the word a a obsolete in the headline. Said Wilson a the it. Anthony concept is obviously a dramatic Forward step which clearly fits the pattern of future developments in our educational Wilson stressed that it was the concept of the Union school District which he had described As a a Way station and not the final answer to education. He said he was in no Way criticizing the it. Anthony Union school plans and recalled that he had worked hard for Many years to see the school become a real Ltd. 1963 rambler Sedan Auto. Trans., radio and Heater a a a real Cream puffy. 51495 1962 Dodge 4 or. Sedan v-8 Auto. Frans., Power steering and brakes. Radio and �?o�?o�?o�$1395 Liggett Bosworth sales amp service North Bennington Rood Bennington it. I plump tender fryers it 25$ fresh Cut up in a. Ducks a 49 Turkey breast 79 Madkour scentral Market 517 main St. Dial 2-9246 automated . Diaper tiny up Power super duper Market depot Street Bennington it. Maybe you la catch the brass ring and maybe you won t. Don t Trust to Luck. 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