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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - August 2, 1965, Bennington, Vermont 10-Benninyton Tanner. Monday August 2, 1965 molester 29, medicare 3 so miss Sherlock. Hasty1 you Haven actually seen the notorious a Pam a Hook. Delaware senator wants blockade of Orth Viet Nam by 7th Fleet Bridgewater mass. Up a sen. J. Caleb Beggs r-del., sunday called for an immediate blockade of North Viet Nam by the . 7th Fleet. Quot in my opinion we cannot afford to delay longer the immediate Prospect of creating a blockade both As a further Protection for the lives of our servicemen and As a Means of materially advancing the successful conclusion of the War Quot he said. Boggs speaking to some 1,000 persons attending the 29th annual Outing of the Plymouth county Republican club said Trade with North Viet Nam Quot is being carried on briskly by Many nations some of which we regard As our allies in the sc6tt� wednesday s 3anner or or h or our Home furniture company o visit fish mans Yard Good dept. Special assortment of Cottons Percale remnants Broadcloth Novelty fabrics i to to yes. First Quality 33< cd. Fiam Eless electric heating ventral Vermont Public service corporation cold War struggle. Quot this Trade is vital to North Viet Nam and harmful to us. Many of the cargoes shipped to North Viet Nam undoubtedly make life More dangerous for our own fighting men Quot he said. Boggs said a blockade of North Viet Nam was Quot made All the More necessary to consider in Light of our additional commitment of men announced by the president this past week. Quot if it makes sense to intercept supplies from North Viet Nam which Are being funnelled by one land route or another into South Viet Nam it makes even More sense to Cut off these supplies before they even reach North Viet Nam. Quot since ships play a major role in providing these supplies then it follows that an effective Way to squeeze North Viet Nam and ease the pressure on South Viet Nam is to intercept these supplies on the water. Quot a blockade is something within our immediate and effective capability he said. Quot we have the 7th Fleet on the scene. On the other hand North Viet Nam has Only limited naval Boggs a former governor of Delaware said he did not feel a blockade would result in an escalation of the conflict. I Rban league ponders a Ejjero economie ills Miami Beach up a the National Urban league started five Days of special meetings today aimed at of Ding ways for negroes to cd talk better food clothing and shelter. The 55th annual conference of the 72-Clty Community service organization opened sunday night with a keynote address by its director Whitney m. Youngjr. He told 1,100 delegates the league was dedicated to opening communications Between the races and erasing the educational and economic differences. Young warned Quot unless the races adopt the same Agenda for the future. Our simplest form of communication will to get totally charged with Bov s murder Al Worcester mass. Up a Chester e. Pierce jr., 29, was to be arraigned in District court today charged with murder in connection with the strangling and sexual molestation of a 5-year-old boy. Pierce a convicted sex offender who was released in december As Quot non sexually dangerous Quot after More than six years confinement in state institutions walked into police Headquarters sunday police said. Quot i just killed a kid Quot Pollee quoted him As saying. In a closet in Pierce s room in a Rooming House police found the naked body of Roger Morris the Only son of mrs. Eliza Tibbets. The boys clothing was found in a neatly folded pile beside the body. Authorities said the boy was walking through an Alley Between his Home and the Rooming House when Pierce called to him. When the boy stopped and approached the window Pierce leaned out and grabbed him pulling him into the room police said. Police said Pierce told them he Hadnot intended to kill the child but the boy started to scream when he abused him and he choked the child to death to Stop his screams. Authorities said Pierce told them he moved into the Rooming House Friday and had been watching the boys movements All Day saturday. After strangling the boy Pierce allegedly molested him further before wrapping the body in a Sheet and placing it in the closet police said. Pierce an itinerant labourer was convicted in 1958 for a series of sex crimes against boys in the Worcester area police said. Authorities said the Keene n.h., native was sentenced to Concord reformatory and was transferred to Bridgewater state Hospital in 1960. He was released in december and returned to the Worcester area. Fir losses new York up a fire losses on the nations farms reached an All time High of $191 million last year according to the insurance information Institute. Total fire losses throughout the country soared to $1.4 billion. Done to grown know ? health care plan has few exceptions in coverage of persons Over age 65 editor s note a this is the third in a series of dispatches explaining the provisions of the new medicare social Security legislation. Today s report tells who s eligible and How to sign up. Try lolis Cassels United press International Washington up a practically everyone Over 65 will be eligible to participate in the new medicare programs of government insurance against Hospital and doctors Bills when they go into effect next july. The Only exceptions Are a retired Federal civil service employees who Are covered by the Federal employee health plan of 1959. A aliens who have lived in the United states for less than five years. A persons convicted of certain subversive crimes. People who Are already receiving retirement benefits under social Security or the Railroad retirement act will automatically receive in the mail health insurance cards which certify they Are covered by the Basic hospitalization insurance program provided in the new legislation. These cards will be mailed out sometime before july i 1966�?the Date on which the Hospital insurance takes effect. Just show the card to the admitting office at the Hospital and know How to handle your Bills. People who Are already on the social Security or Railroad retirement Rolls will receive through the mail in september forms which they can fill out to get in on the supplementary medical insurance program which also takes effect july i 1966. This insurance covers doctors Bills and certain other medical expenses such As a rays. It is voluntary and those who want it must pay a Premium of $3 a month. This is a great bargain since the Premium represents Only half the actual Cost of the insurance Protection. The government will be paying the other half. What about people Over 65 who Are not drawing social Security or Railroad retirement benefits How do they enrol for medicare if they Are receiving Public assistance checks their welfare Agency will help them to get enrolled for medicare benefits. The Law permits state welfare agencies to pay the premiums to provide supplementary medical insurance for people Over 65 who Are on Relief. There is still another category of americans however who will have to take the initiative to get under medicare. They Are the 1,250,000 persons who Are Over 65 and eligible for social Security payments but who have never claimed their benefits. Social Security officials assume Many of them Are still working full time. They Haven to bothered to qualify for social Security because they know their earnings Are too High to permit them to draw any retirement benefits. Now is the time for such people to go to the nearest social Security office and file a claim for retirement benefits. Filing such a claim will automatically bring them under medicare. They Are eligible for these benefits regardless of whether they re retired or not and regardless of How much they re earning. If their wives Are Over 65, they Are eligible too. This is so important it bears repetition your eligibility for medicare has nothing to do with How much you re earning. If you re entitled to medical Bene fits. You should go to the nearest social Security office to sign up for them even if you do not think you Are eligible for retirement checks. Another very important Point the voluntary medical insurance coverage is in the language of advertising men a bargain ofter Good for a limited time Only. Be sure to sign up As soon As you re eligible of you want in or the Opportunity May be lost to you forever. If you re already 65, or will now racing daily double twin double air conditioned club House _ d neg room go Green my am my one mile from Williamstown mass. On . Route 7 no minors admitted turn 65 before Jan. I 1966, you May enrol for the supplemental coverage of doctors Bills etc., during the initial sign up period which will begin this fall probably sept. I and continue through March 31, 1966. Everyone who reaches 65 after dec. 31, 1965, will have a seven month Grace period in which to enrol. Close out giant size Kook out Barbecue Wagon just 2 left Reg. $29.95 Sale j of Price Complete with electric rotisserie Kasy tems Fienberg a 447 main St Bennington it. Home grown Corn from Moses farm local raspberries blueberries fresh daily Bryce soda a quote Al. 89c Madkour scentral Market 517 main St. Double sch Stamps today dial 2-9246 Vax no Ash Naxhi this a t0u6h n�i6hborhoo0 void never Knou uhf no wre 60in6 to 6et hit uth a4tftw�?~ Naam Quot j via i a k v now you re Havins vie. On Steve jut Aav Cattiny instinct tells vie she won t resist chowing herself to scratch at la l every litter bit hurts the part time do it yourself surgeon Boulder Boulder on the around Tell me some thin read profound. Lilo die Steve Siivon theres a Snake Hidi is behind me. % wham wham we m wham Una sure. Grown know that every litter bit hurts. But they forget. And that a what starts the litter mess. Soon there a a shameful pile up that has to be cleaned up always at your expense if you re a taxpayer. What a More a its easy for children to get that careless habit. So dad mom a Lead the Way to the litter Basket. Use a litter bag in your car. Of we grown remember our kids wont forget to keep America Beautiful published As a Public service in cooperation with the advertising Council. Heart of Juliet Jones in stall Drake i Don t always dress for breakfast miss Jones honest

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