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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - August 20, 1963, Bennington, Vermont 2-Bennington Banner tuesday August 20, 1963 around Vermont state is Short of auditors Montpelier apr state auditor David v. Anderson says 13 state agencies including some big ones such As the Highway department and state colleges will not be audited this year because he does no to have enough accountants to do the Job. Anderson asked the emergency Board last week for authority to hire four More men to add to his accounting staff of nine but the request was tabled. However the longer the books in the various departments and agencies go unchecked the greater the Chance for misuse of funds Anderson said. A a someone a going to get Hurt a the Veteran state official added. Vermont hosiery co. Sold Northfield apr Seneca knitting Mills inc. Of Seneca Falls ., has purchased controlling interest in Vermont hosiery and machinery co. Here. The Sale Price was not disclosed. The Vermont firm among the oldest hosiery Mills in new England was organized in Bennington in 1883 and relocated Here in 1907. Reed c. Elwell 35, son of retiring president Vincent c. Elwell was named general manager of the Plant which employs some 50 workers. Earlier this year Seneca knitting Mills bought Northfield Mills formerly owned by Boston industrialist Bernar Goldfine. Congregational clergy to meet in Stowe Stowe apr the 47th annual convocation of Vermont congregational ministers will be held Here sept. 3-5. Speakers will include or. Paul l. Hammer of the United theological Seminary Minneapolis Minn. Or. B. David Napier of Yale University divinity school and or. Glen Garfield Williams Secretary for Europe of the division of inter Church Aid and service to refugees of the world Council of churches. Texan to address Lamoille gof Jeffersonville apr a Republican congressman from Texas will be the speaker saturday night when the Lamoille county gop committee holds a Buffet supper and rally. Rep. De Foreman described As a conservative will discuss candidates winning elections by campaigning on a conservative platform. The committee said it. Gov. Ralph a. Foote and state gop chairman Theodore Corsones reported they would be unable to attend because of previous commitments. Fire guts St. Albans Milliner s shop St. Albans apr fire gutted the Wilcox hat shop on main Street monday and caused extensive smoke damage in the rest of the three Story wooden building. There were no injuries. Douglas Kelley operator of a nearby hotel rescued miss Evelyn Mcenany from one of the nine upstairs apartments. Mrs. Dorothy Geary operator of the hat shop said she had turned on a hat blocking machine which apparently started the Blaze. In addition to destroying the hat shop the fire resulted in water damage to an adjacent bakery and smoke filled the apartments. No immediate estimate of loss was available. Sen. Boylan out of Hospital Newport apr sen. John h. Boylan a Essex was discharged from Orleans county memorial Hospital monday after treatment for a mild heart attack. Boylan planned to return to his Island Pond Home for further rest. The 56-year-old president pro tem of the Vermont Senate said he would be a in full Bloom again after the first of october when he planned to resume his regular schedule. Boylan who was stricken aug. 5, is employed by the grand trunk Canadian National Railroad. Over in jew York Relief project shirker sentenced Canton a five Relief recipients refused to work in a foot of Snow last Jan. 30, and monday they were sentenced in St. Lawrence county court to prison terms ranging up to eight months after the county decided that if regular Highway Crews could work in Snow so could the Relief recipients. A you deliberately sabotaged this project a county judge Roger w. Daniels told them and said he would have made the sentences stiffer except that he considered the matter to be a test Case. The american civil liberties Union also considers it a test Case. The group announced it will carry an Appeal to the state supreme court s appellate division. The Acle said the defenders constitutional Protection against a involuntary servitude has been violated. The five involved in the walkout were assigned the Job of cutting Brush along 68 in the Hamlet of Pierrepont under the county welfare departments six year old program of having the Able bodied earn their Relief checks on Public projects. Court awards �7,141 to Troy youth Troy a an award totalling $7,141 has been approved by new York supreme court Justice Herbert d. Hamm in settlement of claims on behalf of an area youth injured in an Auto Accident near Sanders Lake. The award is for the Benefit of Howard m. Beach jr., 20-year-old son of mrs. Bernice Beach of 9 Zelenke drive re 4, Troy. The claims were against Josephine and Robert Cashin owner and Driver respectively of a car in which the Beach youth was a passenger when it went off the Snyders Lake Road at the intersection of ferry Road the town of North Greenbush and struck a tree stump. The Accident occurred May 5 last year. Colonie disbands Clanning commission Colonie a Village mayor William r. Cook said monday night the entire Village planning commission was dissolved last week by the Board of trustees because a two members were outspoken against the the seven Man commission was thrown out of office last tuesday after h. Donald Smith Village attorney discovered the body had not taken an oath of office. Tuesday night the Board acted in the capacity of the commission in a two hour session behind the closed door of the mayors office. Mayor Cook said the move against the commission was not politically motivated. He said it was decided to dissolve the entire Board rather than reinstate a portion which did not include the two unidentified a a outspoken members. Down in Berkshire North Adams a Ltd More rain North Adams a a the water Supply is not quite As bad As it was last year but Well need rain in september and october a according to Henry a. Galipeau water department Foreman. Slightly More than three inches of rain has fallen so far in North Adams during August. This has helped restore Broad Brook the City a main water Supply at least temporarily Galipeau said. With the Brook Down the City has been drawing on it. Williams Reservoir. It is now Down five feet two inches a drop of la inches in a Rainy week. Adams approves minute of silence Adams a a Bare majority of the school committee voted monday night to Start each school Day with a minute of silence now that the supreme court has ruled prayers illegal. Chairman James r. Urquhart jr., and three colleagues voted in favor of supt. J. Franklin Farrell a recommendation while three other members abstained from voting a feeling that the Law should be obeyed but not wishing to vote against a religion a 4 \ amt 000� i960 Falcon 2 dr., r amp a stand. Trans. M195 1959 Volkswagen con vt., r amp How m395 a get Bosworth sales amp service North Bennington Road Bennington it. People stoppers telephones bus i be ss.442-63 of newsroom.442-2 800 display advert is ing.442-2684 the Bennington Banner is published daily except sunday and Legal holidays at 425 main St., Bennington Vermont by the Banner publishing corporation. Member of the associated press is entitled exclusively to the use for republication to All local news printed in this newspaper As Well As All a news dispatches. Horn delivery by Carrier and motor delivery 7 per Day subscription rates by mail 50 i. Radius and All v Ermont Moi. $4.25-6 mos. $8.00�? i or. $15.00 elsewhere in the . 3 mos. $4.25 a 6 Moi. $9.00-1 or. $17.50 special rates for servicemen Hli shed to save lives in can negation with the advertising Council and the National safety Council in Aiken says Reservoir in Northeast kingdom would help Stem regions population lag Hoff says that states May become outmoded Washington a sen. George d. Aiken r-vt., claims construction of a Reservoir recreation area in his states Pristine Northeast kingdom would Stem the regions population lag. Aiken said monday a study conducted by the University of Vermont for the National Park service indicates the proposed Victory dam would be an economic Boon creating new income and jobs. A your most important task a Aiken said a is to find ways and Means for our Young people to remain in Vermont and be profitably he also said the proposed dam which would be erected in a Community which now has no Public Power also would result in continuing income for the Region from campers and tourists. The study an economic projection of the year 1975, was prepared after Congress authorized an appraisal of the recreational and economic potential of Essex county. Aiken who explained that the study is phase two of an Overall study of the country a future prospects said one of the most encouraging findings is that the development at Victory while resulting in Little net migration into the county will cause a the outward movement of Young people to shrink to the Point where natural population growth will exceed it. A your most important task is to find ways and Means for our Young people to remain in Vermont and be profitably employed a he declared. Bay state racers or win first round Boston apr opponents of a Bill giving an additional 42 racing dates to Berkshire Downs have lost in their initial Effort to kill the measure in the Massachusetts House. A motion to relieve the House ways and Means committee of the Bill monday failed to secure the necessary two thirds majority although most of the members favored it. Rep. Michael Dukakis a Brook line who offered the motion said he did so in the Hope a that we can act on this Bill now and kill it once and for the measure was steered through the Senate by its sponsor sen. John f. Powers a Boston. The Berkshire track located in Hancock now has 24 Days of racing but claims it needs the additional dates to return a profit. Principal owner Salvatore Rizzo says the track is facing bankruptcy. The study shows that the works of constructing the Victory dam will result in the building of roads Beach areas and campsites contributing to the Economy of the Region. A this contribution of course is Short lived a the report states. A the major direct contribution to the Economy from this development would be the Creaton of a substantial number of new jobs and income resulting from the expenditures of the visitors who Camp in the area or visit the Beach. This Impact unlike that of the construction of the dam would be continuous year after the study also emphasizes that development of the recreational area May Well be far greater than the a More obvious benefits from the direct expenditures of visitors. The indirect benefits Are a i. A greater appreciation and utilization of the Forest and land resources for recreational purposes in the privately owned lands in this area. �?o2. A demonstration of the potential inherent in an area which now consists mostly of bog and Cut Timberland. �?o3. A stimulus toward better management of the Northern forests areas resulting from the increased value of the land for recreational purposes. �?o4. A stimulus toward better preservation and control of existing waterfront areas which will be created by the availability of the Well a managed waterfront areas provided by the Victory Reservoir. �?o5. The possibility in the Long run of a vast expansion in tourist travel and summer visitors in the whole northeastern area stemming largely from this original development which if properly advertised will attract Many people from the metropolitan areas of Southern new England this annual visitation might Well snowball and generate a demand for All types of outdoor recreational and travel the study also indicates that intensive exploitation of timer and pulpwood a with Little or no concern for the recreational potential a is now at a turning Point. The population and employment decline have about ended and Are expected to turn upward by 1975. Agriculture is declining As to a source of income while manufacturing is increasing. Utilization of the Woodlands solely for Timber and pulpwood is changing As recreational development is encouraged. Brighton and Maidstone have the Only Public recreational developments at present but the unrestricted land uncontrolled private use of prime waterfront areas on lakes and Ponds resulting in too intensive development will be hastened when the interstate Highway is completed and the Northeast kingdom is within easy Access of the Urban areas of Southern new England. The study Points out that the St. Regis paper co. Has established a recreational management program to plan supple see Victory dam continued on Page to Orono Maine apr a Call for a reexamination of governmental units in terms of a the Way people live has been made by Vermont gov. Philip h. Hoff. Addressing an Institute of new England town and City manager monday Hoff a Democrat said the traditional new England town and state government May become outmoded. Town and state lines Are coming to mean less and less Hoff said pointing out that nearly every new government service in Vermont has been provided by the state in recent years. He added that even state lines Are generally a an artificial impediment to orderly Hoff indicated that the Only Way to preserve local government is to form More realistic administrative units. He urged creation of regional units to take Over town functions. Remember double s amp h Green Stamps every wednesday Central super Market 517 main 2-9246 1000 spacious beautifully appointed rooms. Air condition ing. 21" to. Close to everything you want to see and do in exciting Manhattan yet quiet and restful at night. For fro Roto Votion sortie toll your total Provol agent. 14 East 28th St a Lex 2-7800 when your car stops suddenly in a collision or emergency the people inside keep going with tremendous Force. What stops them the Windshield. Steering wheel. Dash. Too often with tragic results. Or seat belts Stop people. 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