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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - August 18, 1965, Bennington, Vermont 10 a Bennington manner wednesday August 18, 1965 Flats residents try again five Bennington Flats families whose water supplies have been contaminated by gasoline Are making one More Effort to connect their Homes to a pipeline that runs along North Bennington Road just a few feet from where they live. Clarence a. Wyman of Hicks Corners who is acting As spokesman for the group presented a petition this morning to Bennington water Board chairman Alfred w. Ellett asking that his family and four others be permitted to tap into the water main that carries water to the new Globe Union inc. Plant at the Junction of . 7 and Vermont 67a. Wyman said that the petition bears the signatures of about 250 Village residents. The other Falles asking for water Are mrs. Merrill Landon mrs. William Barber or. And mrs. Raymond Watson and or. And mrs. James Moore. The connections to the main cannot be granted however unless Village voters give their authorization at a special meeting. Ellette a next step then is to turn the petition Over to Village president Salvatore san Tarangelo and Village trustees. Trustees can then Call a special meeting which would presumably take place this fall. A vote by the Village is necessary because when the voters Essary Force Quot in quelling the in municipal court after pleading guilty to a breach of peace charge. Judge George Fienberg sentenced the Man Floyd e. Wade to one to three years at the state prison suspended the sentence and placed Wade on probation until further order of the court. A special condition of the pro Ballon directed Wade to see any doctor or outside Agency recommended to him by the probation officer. Wade has an alcohol problem according to the judge. The complaint alleges that Wade struck beat and swore at his wife Phyllis Eva Wade in Dorset aug. 2. Judge Fienberg noted Wade burned clothes and destroyed furniture in the Inci Spring of incl who or. Or. Are and and approved the Extension of the main to the new factory a year ago they attached the condition that the pipeline could be used Only to Supply Globe Union. The water Board made it Clear that the available water Supply was not Large enough to take care of other Homes and businesses in the Flats area. In March eight Benning Dence re head of the Rhode Tori hats families whose Wells. ,. Island chapter of the Congress had been contaminated by Gaso of Hacili Equality line seepage asked voters at Sall Spring fled May the annual Village meeting to Selma of the permit any Flats residents who leaders of the Boston c0re could Benefit by connection to chapter Sald they would a a to the water main to tap into it. Springfield As we have Selma taxpayers refused by a Large Ala and other Cutles where a majority to Grant the connect lace brutality and the in of non violent peaceful the new petition asks for a demonstrators Bridges the Conter Only for the five families sectional rights of american v Man said this morn g that citizens to peacefully assemble the Wells have been cont Aminat and protest red since december. He has Liv Montiero who met monday de at Hicks Corners for 32 years night with Spring fled Clell he noted and has never before rights leaders said he has had a water contamination pro i never seen so much fear sex a. W cent in Selma ala.,�?� As he had a ifs gotten to the Point where observed in Springfield. We can to use the water for anything except Flushing toilets a he commented. The wymans and the other families have to carry in All the water they use for drinking cooking Ana bathing. Wyman pointed out that he and other Rural area residents will help to pay for the water system expansion program that is now entering its final planning stages and that the Bennington water Board Hopes will bring enough water into Bennington to Supply not Only the Village but Large areas of the town As Well. The Rural area he said is also helping to pay for the Globe Union water line that they Are not permitted to use for their own Homes and businesses. Municipal court a 43-year-old Dorset Man was Dent. The respondent who Given a suspended sentence at the pleaded guilty to the change aug. House of correction this morning 3, had been lodged in the coun y jail without bail to await his sentencing today. Donald p. Snyder jr., 22, of Shaftsbury received concurrent sentences of 30 Days in the county jail after pleading guilty to contempt of court and careless and negligent driving. A third charge to which he also pleaded guilty of throwing Beer cans onto the Highway resulted in a $30 Fine with an alternate 30-Day county jail sentence. In the careless and negligent driving charge Snyder crashed into a tree on the Vail Road Friday night the investigating officer reported. Snyder also neglected to comply with a temporary court order issued last december for the support of his wife and child As stated in another complaint. The third complaint states that Snyder threw Beer cans from his car onto school Street aug. La 13 and 14 and onto . 7 in Pownal aug. 13. Sydner Stokes jr., 20, of Arlington pleaded no contest to a careless and negligent driving charge resulting in an Accident on South Street sunday and was fined $35 plus costs. Vaughn t. Clark 18, of South Londonderry was fined $25 after pleading guilty to a charge of speeding on it. 30 in Rupert sunday. States atty. R. Marshall Witton noted Clark has a previous speeding offence. In two cases handled by waiver Michael r. Zangari 18, of Haverhill mass., pleading guilty to parking in a no parking zone in Pownal aug. To was fined $10 including costs and Louis a. Pratico 45, of Rutland pleading guilty to speeding on . 7 in Pownal the same Day was fined $20 including costs. Rutland men plead innocent to rape charge Rutland up a four Rutland men who allegedly pulled an 18-year-old girl from a car on a lonely Road and assaulted her while holding her escort captive have pleaded innocent to rape charges in municipal court. Three of the men also pleaded innocent to statutory rape charges involving a 15-year-old girl. Arraigned on both charges were Richard Choltye 17 Charles Lebo 19, and James Bushee 34. Charged Only with rape was Harold Jackson 21. Continued from Page i than 30 lives in los Angeles will develop in Springfield in the a next several negro leaders today continued to organize a Mammoth civil rights demonstration scheduled for saturday night. Civil rights leaders said tuesday that Quot trained demonstrators Quot from All six new England states would descend on this City for the demonstration. Meanwhile a District court hearing continued today on breach of peace charges against 17 negro men and a White woman arrested last month during a nightclub Melee. Negro charges that the seven arresting officers used a Dunn dec disturbance triggered a series of protest demonstrations which resulted in the arrest of 69 demonstrators last weekend. Civil rights leaders in several new England communities have pledged their support to the Springfield protest against alleged police brutality. Clifford Montiero of provi Cor become Rea obit a pies Hull Ini i Varler paid s i million i ii Liun Ulit Montpelier up a the teachers retirement system trs says retired Vermont schoolteachers Are being paid More than $1 million a year in benefits. The trs reported tuesday that monthly checks average about $135 each and Are being mailed to 722 retired teachers across the state. In addition to retired Public school teachers instructors from private schools that serve their communities As Public High schools Are getting the benefits. Such schools Are Burr and Burton Academy in Manchester and St. Johnsbury Academy. The teachers retirement program began in 1947 currently has almost $35 million in its coffers. Bennington drive in theatre now thru Sot. Rock Hudson to i Lesue a Lesi in Caron Nabies Boyar technicolor and ave Fey special i Avore Frederick j. M Ayer Frederick Joseph Mayer 58, of 205 county St., died tuesday at Putnam memorial Hospital where he had been a patient for nearly a week. Born in Chrysler Ontario Canada on March 3, 1907, he was the son of one Fine and Alexine Papineau Mayer. He came to this area Many years ago and was engaged in logging and farming in various parts of Vermont. Survivors include his former wife Aline Quenneville eight sons Bernard r. Of North Bennington Roland e. Of West Covina Calif., Andre a. Of la Puente Calif., Robert j. Of 205 county St., Henry m. Of Pownal Center Florian j. Of Bennington Maurice r. Of Fullerton Calif., and Frederick j. U.s.n., san Deigo Calif. Eight daughters mrs. Franc is Denise Griffis of Shaftsbury Lillianne e. Sharkey miss Lorraine Mayer and mrs. Lawrence Linda Hathaway of los Angeles Calif., mrs. Robert Irene Sweet of North Bennington mrs. Berthold Margaret Boggs of South Gate Calif., mrs. Joseph Alice Sweet of Bennington mrs. James Rita Luckett of Torrance Calif. 29 grandchildren nieces and nephews. Other survivors Are five Brothers Jeffrey and Leo of Florida Armand Eugene and Joseph of Canada and five Sisters mrs. Dona Jeanne Quesnel of Minneapolis mass., mrs. Wilfred Florence Rousselle mrs. Phil Harte theatre phone 2-4990 Bennington Las Bourbonnais Eva Pillion and mrs. Paul Fournier All of Cornwall Ontario Canada. Funeral services will be thursday morning at 9 from St. Francis de sales Church. Interment will be in Hinsdill Ville cemetery. Friends May Call at the Han son Walbridge funeral Home today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 . Mrs. Bridget Enright mrs. Bridget a. Enright widow of Dennis Enright died tuesday morning at the Home of her granddaughter mrs. Joan Evans in fall Church va., where she had resided for to years. Before she moved to Falls Church she had lived on Mccall Street for nearly 60 years. Born in Ireland april 3, 1873, her parents were Patrick and Margaret Powers Kane. Well known in this area mrs. Enright was a member of St. Francis de sales Church Here. Survivors Are two daughters mrs. Margaret Bruns of Falls Church and mrs. Frank ferry of Dallas a. One sister mrs. Catherine Russell of Bennington seven grandchildren and 18 great grandchildren. The funeral will take place Friday from the Mahar amp son funeral Home at 8 30 . With a family prayer and from St. Francis de sales Church at 9, where a requiem High mass will be offered. Burial win be in the family lot in Park Lawn cemetery. There will be no calling hours at the funeral Home. Wed. Thru Sot. Eve. 6 30 amp 8 35 it Witt k add Man patents Peter Peter Sellers 0 Toole by Lvi Al ii ll1 of til i ii i in tonight thru tues. Michael Parks Ceuta Kaye a Penni Hakr production a Universal release la Romy Schneider Capucine Paula Prentiss and Leal but not Lait Woody Allen and guest Slagt Ursula Andress. United artists j. Technicolor Doug Mcclure Gunn Corbett Patrick Wayne mane Hoss mme rms James Stewart Shenandoah Kelhi Iii from Pius it Shirley Maclaine or Peter Ustinov Richard Crenna is oni tied do shelter work begins a men and equipment of Gerald e. Morrissey inc. This week began work on a new civilian defense warning shelter in the basement of the town building. The warning shelter will also serve As a communications Center for the town cd organization. Federal monies will pay for the project. Selectmen sin contract for cd warning shelter Bennington selectmen tuesday night signed a contract with Gerald e. Morrissey inc. For construction of a civil defense warning shelter in the basement of the town building. Selectmen reported that tile army corps of engineers has approved Morrissey slow bid of $3,958 on the Job. The work selectmen noted has to be completed by sept. 28 if the town is to be eligible to receive the Federal funds for the shelter. But town fathers noting that Morrissey has already started work thought there would be no problem on this score. The Concrete protected shelter will House emergency warning equipment linked to state and National civilian defense networks. In addition the shelter will serve the town cd organization As a local communications control Center. In other business at the Brief meeting selectmen took under advisement an application from Gordon Foster for the acceptance by the town of a private Road leading off Morgan Street ext. Now serving several Homes or building lots. The Road which might be extended when further building takes place would be about 600 feet Long according tourist business on i a swing a Boston a statistics compiled by the Federal Reserve Bank Here indicate a 5 per cent gain in Vermont a tourist Industry registered in june 1965. According to the study the new England area began the present season with an a a impressive 6 per cent gain Over june of last year. Maine was the Leader with a 15 per cent increase and each of the other new England states showed increases with the exception of new Hampshire which maintained its level of last year. Museums and galleries Parks and forests and historic Sites All reported increases in number of visitors. Summer Heaters attained the greatest gain of 28 per cent. Wildlife preserves animal farms and local attractions showed no change in comparison to june or 1964, while slight decreases were noted in amusement Parks and Scenic interests. While new Hampshire lagged behind her sister states the report cited Monadnock n.h., As a leading Region within the new England areas. Monadnock recorded a 17 per cent Advance Over last year. A gain of 17 per cent was also reported in the Buzzards Bay and Martha a Vineyard Region of Massachusetts while Southern Connecticut reported a gain of 15 per cent. A from this picture a the report concludes a june has Given the tourist season a Good dump doings Everett Wash. Up a Steelhead fishermen have Learned How to a a steel information from an automatic River depth measuring device which Hooks into the Telephone system. West coast Telephone co., reports. An automatic measuring device hooked to a Telephone transmitter with an unlisted number gives a series of dots and dashes to flood control forecasters who know both the number and the code. But during fishing season the unlisted numbers have to be changed several times because of avid fishermen who somehow find a Way to beat the system company officials said. To Foster and would be a Deaden. He noted that the right of Way for the first 250 feet would be 41 feet wide and for the balance of the 600 feet 50 feet wide. Selectmen noted that for most roads they require a minimum of a 50 foot right of Way but the . Auxiliary Pup tent no. 2, will not hold its meeting thursday evening As scheduled. Mrs. Hazel Guetti was a recent visitor to Brandon where her son Peter Dale is a student at the Brandon training school. Parents of playground youngsters Are invited to attend the second annual a a parents a night in the Bennington High school auditorium this thursday at 7 . A Talent show and presentation of trophies and awards will be part of the program. Youngsters who have attended playground events regularly throughout the season Are requested to attend. An award might possibly be awaiting you fridays special event at both playgrounds will be the a Lucky Buck auction at 1 30 . Memorial Park also will stage a car and Model show Friday at to . Mrs. Morris r. Moon and daughter Marcy 7, drove across the United states from their Home in Seattle Wash. Accompanied by their Boxer dog Kim they made the trip to bid Farewell to their husband father and master major Morris r. Moon Usan ret., who left fort Dix . For a year and a half in Greenland where he will be stationed with a can a mews project. They then spent a week with mrs. Moons Mother mrs. M. Salvatore of weeks Street after which they visited mrs. Moons sister mrs. Leonard Covello of Livingston . Before driving Back to Washington. Funeral California Vian injured in Woodford a California Motorist was admitted to Putnam memorial Hospital tuesday afternoon with injuries suffered in an automobile Accident in Woodford. The Hospital said that John r. Gardiner 20, of Whittler Calif., had received a lacerated nose and forehead but was in Good condition and probably would be discharged today or tomorrow. Details of the mishap were not immediately available from state police. Bennington Village police reported that two vehicles were slightly damaged in an Accident late tuesday afternoon in the county National Bank parking lot off South to the report a car operated by Margaret b. Maclay of 115 Monument ave., backed into a parked car owned by Sandra j. Powell of 227 Bradford St. Slot h a Virago Dow Jones Bache amp cb., Albany noon 30 kudu sin als 897.82 3.56 20 Rau roads 216.711.32 15 utilities 156.03 .07 composite average 315.55 a 1.25 totals 2.650,000 David Mossey St. Albans up a funeral services will be held Friday in holy Angel Church for David Mossey who was electrocuted monday while working at the Fonda Container co. The 19-year-old youth apparently touched an open circuit Box while operating a conveyor Belt at the Plant. State pathologist Richard Woodruff attributed death to electrocution. Frank c. Britton Bellows Falls up a funeral services were held today for Frank c. Britton 94, believed to be the oldest alumnus of the University of new Hampshire. Britton died late monday at Rockingham memorial Hospital in Bellows Falls. A native of Gilsum Britton graduated from Una in 1895. Hospital notes tuesday August 17 admissions Steven Benkoski Hoosick Falls master Frederick Watson jr., miss Kathy Jones Bennington John Mulligan jr., Greenwich . Master Jeffrey rounds Pownal Center John Sweet mrs. Margaret Bull North Pownal. Discharges mrs. Edna Prouty Shaftsbury mrs. Margaret Boutin Hoosick Falls . Births a son to or. And mrs. Gordon Kelly Berlin . A daughter aug. 13, to or. And mrs. Chester Taft or. Of Arlington. Steps taken to assure Aid for Ater project Hopes that Bennington May receive Federal Aid to help pay for a water system expansion project moved a step closer to realization today. Village atty. John h. Williams n reported that he and Bennington Village president Salvatore san Marcangelo conferred by phone this morning with rep. Robert t. Stafford Vermont a member in the . House of representatives who informed them that the housing and Urban development act of 1965 has been Passee by both houses of the Congress and signed by president Johnson. The Bennington water Board Hopes to receive a Federal Grant under the provisions of this act to pay up to one half the Cost of developing new sources of Supply. The legislation provides that municipalities can apply to the Community facilities administration a Branch of the housing and Home finance Agency for Money to help build or expand water or sewer systems. Stafford promised according to Williams to inform local officials of the procedures for applying for Federal Money As soon As these procedures have been a ironed engineers from the firm of Whitman and Howard inc. Are no working on final blueprints for a diversion dam settling Basin and pipeline that would carry water from Mountain streams in Woodford to the Village Reservoir in Burgess Road. Of recruits candidate los Angeles Randolph noted that exceptions have been made in the Case of Deaden roads. As a first step they will turn Fosters proposal Over to town Road commissioner James Cross for a determination As to whether the roads base meets town standards. The Molly Stark Junior High and elementary schools grades 3-9, will hold a registration session for the enrolment of students who were not in the greater Bennington schools District last year thursday from 9 . To 12 noon. Albert Elwell 24, of re Bennington was reported this morning in Good condition at Putnam memorial Hospital where he was taken tuesday afternoon with a laceration of the left Eye and nose suffered when he was hit with a baseball Bat. The Accident occurred at the memorial Park playground where a group of men including Elwell were practising for a league baseball game. . Elks will drop 1500 Lucky tickets in Vicinity of the alumni Field to . Thursday and saturday. Bazaar thursday through saturday 7-10 . Children a matinee saturday 2 to 5. Adv we still have our $10 cleaning in addition to our a full Comfort plan and a full Security Max Oil service away adv aug. 18 ors. Arthur and Elizabeth Paris will be out of town from saturday aug. 24 through sunday aug. 29. Adv continued from Page i million in rioting unprecedented in this Century. In another development City and Federal officials began charging each other with being at least party to blame for the rioting. A bitter quarrel was Between mayor Samuel w. Yorty and r. Sargent Shriver Federal anti poverty director. Each contended the other inflamed tensions in the negro Community. In a Telegram to sen. George Murphy r-Calif., the democratic mayor accused shrivel office of economic Opportunity of having engaged in a a reckless Effort to incite the poor for political a one of the riot inciting factors a said Yorty a is the deliberate and Well publicized cutting off of poverty funds to this City pending your efforts to reorganize the youth opportunities Board to meet the Cham Leonic Leo criteria. A there is no excuse for continuing the inciting tactic of trying to publicly Strong us into Complete submission to Federal whims which Are confusing changing and Yorty a charges were rejected by Shriver. Deny rumours school move Here officials of the Pine cobble school in Williamstown mass., today emphatically denied rumours making the rounds that the school is considering moving to Bennington. Mrs. Frederick c. Copeland the schools director told the Banner that the private school is a very solidly located in Williamstown and that to her knowledge the schools trustees a have no intention of s. Whitney Dickey one of the trustees who lives in old Bennington also discounted the reports. He said that the Only conceivable basis for such a move was the fact that Many of the schools students reside in Bennington. But he noted that the schools teaching staff for the most part is situated in Williamstown and that it is in this area that the school has the biggest part of its financial support. He concluded by saying that the rumoured move to Bennington a has never been the Williamstown school is a private Day school for children in Nursery through ninth grades. Its enrolment is approximately 150. East Randolph up a a Farmer from East Randolph is the first announced candidate for the state legislature recruited by democratic gov. Philip h. Hoff. Hoff who says he is going to take an increasingly Active part in trying to convince qualified democrats to run for the re apportioned legislature apparently talked Leon w. Greenwood 54, into seeking one of the two House seats allowed Bethel Braintree and Randolph under reapportionment. Greenwood said the governor telephoned him and the Farmer promised to think it Over. A i though about it a then decided to throw my hat in the ring. Have a Little fun anyhow a Greenwood said. Slate surplus to be reported by w. Kearns Montpelier up state administration commissioner William f. Kearns or. This week is expected to announce the full value of the Cash surplus for fiscal 1965 for the state of Vermont. Bookkeeping work is nearly completed and Kearns department will turn out the Cash surplus figure either this week or Early next week. The 1965 legislature earmarked the first $1.45 million of the predicted surplus for a Complex of regional vocational High schools and any extra Money will go toward the regular state Aid to school construction fund. The state entered fiscal 1965 with a $500,000 deficit but a booming Vermont Economy contributed to a surge that not Only will wipe out the red Ink but will Likely leave the state nearly $2 million in the Black. Program listed for second Iii concert series the second concert of this year s composers conference at Bennington College will feature seven prices the most Well known being Baches Brandenburg concerto no. I. The other pieces Are a Carelli Trio sonata gestalt for woodwind quintet by Erie Scott poem for Viola and Plano by Marcel Dortort serenade by Moishe Kligsberg movement for flute cello and piano by Raoul Pleskow and song for string Trio with voice by Peter Lewis. Conductor this evening will be Alan Carter. The concert scheduled for 8 15, will be in the Carriage barn. Mechanics and carpentry courses to be held Here its Anoff again on again world for the local office of the department of employment Security. Training courses in Auto mechanics and carpentry earlier believed by the Bennington office of the department of employment Security to have been cancelled will definitely beheld according to word received to Day from the offices manager Raymond Lovely. Lovely did note however that two other training courses one for waitresses the other for chambermaid that were to have started this month have been cancelled. Lovely said that recruitment is now underway at his office for the Auto mechanics and carpentry courses As Well As for a second Section of a training course for nurses aides All the courses he said will begin some time in september. Lovely said that word had been received from the Federal labor department that $66,634 had been approved for to trainees each in the carpentry and Auto mechanics courses which will be held at the former Flint and Robbins Plant on Ben Mont Avenue. The two courses will both run 30 weeks. The course for nurses aides will run five weeks. The first Section of this training course that was completed recently was held at the Crescent Manor Nurs ing Home Lovely thought that this again would be the location but said that this was not definite at this time. The courses Are financed entries with Federal funds made available under the manpower development and training act. Unemployed persons with limited obsolete skills can move into Fields where More jobs Are available by taking the training courses. Omen m the Moose women of the Moose will have their regular meeting tonight at 8 in the Moose Hall. Nancy Livingston senior Regent will preside. Plans will be completed for the annual fall rummage and Home bake Sale co chaired by Mary Hier and Josie Baczek. Lorraine Dusablon will serve refreshments. Is notes please leave articles for Home Day at Jerry a Flowers or at the Home of Ethel Vance 117 Mckinley St., by aug. 20. Rehearsal for officers will be held aug. 30 at 7 30 . First meeting of the fall will be wednesday sept. I at 8

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