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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - August 23, 1966, Bennington, Vermont Soviets forget ideology in Trade policies Moscow up a the soviet Union like Otter communist countries in its drive to collect much needed foreign convertible currency is swallowing plenty of National and ideological Pride. The soviet Economy with All its shortcomings is making steady Progress and the living Standard is the highest this country has known although still considerably below that of Many Western countries. But 50 years after the revolution Russia has found it the rec teen agers killed w Hen far hits freight train Lowell mass. Up a three teen age boys were killed and three others critically injured Early today when their car slammed into a slow moving freight train. Police said the car carrying six Lowell teen agers including three Brothers ran a flashing Stop signal at the Industrial Avenue crossing and smashed into a new Haven Railroad Flatcar. The freight train bound from framing ton to Lowell dragged the car 72 feet. The automobile crumbled almost beyond recognition came to rest on the Side of an embankment overhanging a Brook. Police said it took almost a half hour to extricate the boys from the car. They said the teen agers had been returning from Chelmsford. Or. John Karbowniczak medical examiner said three of the boys were dead on arrival at local hospitals. He identified them As Richard a. Campbell 19, the Driver Thomas Gauthier 17, and his brother Eugene 18. A third Gauthier brother 19-year-old Paul was in critical condition today at St. John s Hospital. Two other passengers in the car Michael Regan 17, and James Shine 16, were in critical condition at St. Josephus Hospital. Police said the tragedy was the first fatal Accident at the Industrial Park Railroad crossing. Necessary to set up what is in effect a double Standard of trading one for the vast majority of soviet citizens and the other for the foreigners and the privileged few russians who have relatives abroad. The system of a Utah or convertible currency shops recently set up is reminiscent of the hungry years of the Early 1930s when the soviet government was forced to take some desperate measures to finance its first five year economic plan. All efforts were then made to collect the Gold and precious metals the people had. The so called Torgson shops then sold everything from bread to rare paintings but Only for foreign currency or rare metals. The government sold Antiques icons and even some of its priceless Art treasures to pay for the first imported machines for the industrialization of Russia. Today the Aluta shops collect the currency to pay for wheat imported from Canada automobiles from Italy textiles from Britain plastic factories from West Germany and even perfumes from France. But almost nothing is imported from the United states. Today of you have foreign Money you can buy almost eve everything for the palate and stomach from Domestic raw potatoes to Havana cigars and Good scotch whiskey. Durable Industrial goods television and transistor sets tape recorders and typewriters can be bought at prices to be envied by any shopper at an american discount store. There is a special restaurant with an orchestra a grocery store bars where cocktails and highball from imported liquors Are sold furniture and Oriental Rug shops clothing and souvenir boutiques a All for the privileged owner of foreign currency. Not Only goods but also rents and services can be had by tourists and resident foreigners Only for foreign currency. Diplomats and correspondents pay their rents and numerous Bills for household and personal services furnished by an official organization operated by the foreign ministry Only in hard Bennington Banner tuesday August 23, 19f>6 a 5 Senate group holds up Bill on Post office construction taking aim a vietnamese Premier Nguyen Cao by wearing dark glasses and gauntlets Aims a captured antiaircraft weapon during a recent visit to the Highlands City of Plesku. The gun was taken in fighting around Chu Pong Mountain. Up govt report on the 4 does no to change Many minds Berkshire world famous Berkshire stockings thursday August 25 thru saturday september to Ultra son styles included Only once a year Are we Able to offer savings like these. Lovely Berkshire stockings in the newest fall colors. All with the famous Nylon r run Barrier at top and toe look at the savings regular Price Sale Price 3 pairs $1.35 $1.09 $3. 19 $1.50 $1.19 $3.49 $1.65 $1.29 $3.79 a Nichols new York up a last weeks government sponsored report on Oral contraceptives a the pills a appears to have been received with interest by the nations physicians but not to have changed their minds about the pills use. A Survey by United press International of gynaecologists and obstetricians across the country showed that physicians who have been recommending use of the pills generally regarded the report As supporting them in their judgment. Those with reservations about or outright objections to use of the Oral contraceptives saw nothing in the report to make them feel differently. Some physicians said they would continue to prescribe limitations on the pills or prescribe other methods of birth control diaphragms or enter uterine devices. Others indicated their patients had been ignoring recommended time limitations anyway and praised the decision to drop them. The nine month study prepared by the advisory committee on obstetrics and gynaecology for the Federal food and drug administration Fra stressed there is he evidence that Oral Are unsafe. It said equally however that a on the basis of present knowledge there is no Evi work begins i Hitri town water project Addison up a work has started Here on a water filtration Plant As part of the new $2.8 million water system for the trl town water District. The project area was inspected saturday by president Johnson and sen. George d. Aiken a it. It was Aikens Rural water Bill that helped make the project possible. The Multi level Plant the ply Zagallo construction co. Of South Burlington started building monday is to be located near Lake Champlain at oven Point. Water will be taken from the Lake through a 750 foot line and distributed to some 300 families through too Miles of underground pipe. Addison county which has a Long history of extreme drought conditions once saw National guardsmen trucking water from the Lake under a operation Dence that the birth control pills Are too per cent Safe either. The of Day a 10-Man committee headed by or. Louis m. Heilman chairman of the department of obstetrics and gynaecology at state University a Brooklyn medical Center placed responsibility for tile pills Correct usage on the individual physician. This prompted the up Survey. A each physician must evaluate the advantages and risks of this method of contraception in comparison with other available methods or with no contraception at All a the report said. The Fra has agreed to accept the committees recommendations on dropping the time limits for the Oral contraceptives and indicated that the order would be issued within the next two months. Or. John w. Huffman president of the Chicago gynaecological society said the abolishing of the time limits was a it seems to me that of there a a disadvantage to taking it for three or four years there a a disadvantage to taking it for one year. The Hazard of the Pill is probably less than the Hazard of being pregnant a he said. Or. Gall Anderson director of gynaecologists at los Angeles county Hospital said a i concur with the Fra report on lifting the two year limit on the Pill. However i am still dubious about possible Side effects and doctors should be on the Lookout for them. A i recommend that my patients Stop using the Pill after two years for at least several or. Hugh r. K. Barber the director of obstetrics and gynaecology at new York s Lenox Hill Hospital As Well As a clinical professor at Cornell medical school and past president of the new York gynaecological society expressed uneasiness about Oral contraceptives. A my feeling is of we could use anything else for birth control it would be better a he said. A i will continue to limit usage of the Pill to a a year or a year and a Barber said he was concerned Over possible Long Range Side effects and added he thought women were becoming a a uneasy about Oral contraceptives a especially after this oceanographic projects have commercial value new York up a Many big companies Are spending Large sums on oceanographic research but until very recently no one except the Oil companies engaged in offshore drilling could figure on any return on the investment. Now the undersea division of Westinghouse electric corp. At Baltimore has made a breakthrough earning substantial Revenue during the past year with its Cachalot sustained deep diving system according to Larry Somers Westinghouse Ocean Engineer. Westinghouse has rented out the Cachalot equipment for $80,-000 a month for two important emergency jobs a one at Smith Mountain dam va., for a repair project deep under water on the Power dams outlet grates and the other for closing the Wells and recovering a huge offshore drilling platform of Gulf Oil corp. Wrecked by a Hurricane in the Gulf of Mexico. A this demonstrates beyond All doubt the commercial practicality of oceanographic projects to enable divers to live for periods of As Long As a week under deep water conditions and to work at Depths of 200 to 450 feet for four hours a Day or More a Somers said Somers said Westinghouse Ocean engineers believe the Cachalot system named for the sperm whale can be built for Safe use at Depths of perhaps 1,500 feet and that it ultimately May enable divers to put in almost an eight hour working Day in the Depths. By contrast a scuba diver or a a hard hat diver with old fashioned equipment can work Only a few minutes on each dive at Depths of 200 feet and must go through decompression after every dive. The Cachalot consists of two Chambers. In the larger one divers live for a week at a time under atmospheric conditions simulating the pressure they must endure while diving this chamber is kept on the surface. The smaller submersible chamber is lowered by a Crane into the water and raised the same Way. What will it be useful for in addition to Salvage and repair work a eventually we believe Cachalot will be extremely useful in mining the offshore floor of the oceans for minerals that Are becoming scarce on the Earth a land areas a Somers said. A a in be had a lot of Calls since the report came out and some women Are left with the impression that it Wasny to Complete and contained too Many a ifs buts and wherefores a he said. Or. Richard Day medical director of the planned parenthood federation praised the committees report As a justifying the position we and otters have taken. That position is that As far As is known the pills Are Safe a he said. The chairman of the department of obstetrics and gynaecology at the University of California medical Center in san Francisco or. Ernest w. Page said he would a continue to recommend the Pill quite freely with no concern at a a occasionally i have run into cases of a woman a menstrual flow not coming Back again after the Pill is discontinued but it usually starts again a he said. Or. James Anderson chief resident physician in obstetrics at memorial Hospital in Charlotte n.c., said a the report Hasni to changed my mind any. At first i was More sceptical than a lot of doctors but from All the reports it would be pretty hard to incriminate the Washington up a the Senate Public works committee monday decided to hold up legislation which would extend the Federal governments authority to contract apparently Senate tightens ship Laws Washington up a the Senate spurred by the fiery sinking of the cruise ship Yarmouth Castle voted monday to bar from . Ports All passenger vessels deemed unsafe by the coast Juard. By voice vote the Senate approved legislation to give the sweeping Power to the coast guard a a move opposed by the administration. The Bill toughened in Many areas by the Senate was returned to the House which passed its version prior to the Yarmouth Castle tragedy in the Atlantic Between Florida and the Bahamas in november of last year. Ninety persons lost their lives in that Accident. The Senate measure would provide that a All advertisements offering passage on Ocean voyages carry disclosure of safety standards. A owners and charterers of vessels establish financial responsibility to meet any liability incurred by death or injury of passengers. A american ships built prior to 1936, now exempted by a a Grandfather clause a meet modern . Standards by nov. I 1968. The Bennington Banner telephones business. .442-6300 newsroom. .442-2800 advertising. .442-2684 the Bennington Banner is pub shed daily except sunday and Legal holidays at 425 main St., Bennington vt., 15201 by the Banner publishing corporation. Members of United press inter anon Al which is entitled exclusively to use for of All local news printed in this newspaper As Well As All up news dispatches. Home delivery by Carrier and motor delivery Ioc per Day subscription rates by mall for 50-mlle radius and All Vermont 3 months $6.30, w 6 months $11.70, i year $22.50 elsewhere in the . 3 months $7.00 6 months $13.00 i year $25.00 second class postage paid at Bennington. It. 05201 at a loss for privately built Post offices. Sen. John j. Williams r-del., disclosed in a Senate speech the government has a number of contracts for the construction of Post offices by private firms under which it will pay heavy rents. In some cases Williams said the government holds an option to buy at a Price higher than the construction costs. Williams called the situation �?oridiculous1 and persuaded chairman Jennings Randolph d-w.va., to re la a Bill extending the authority for Long lease agreements. Randolph said a we want no windfalls. The Senate decided by voice vote to recommit the Bill to the committee for further consideration. Other congressional news Banks the Senate monday approved a Bill to guard the nations Banks and savings associations against manipulations of Shady sharpshooters. The Bill generated by last years sensational investigations into Bank failures passed by voice vote and was sent to the House. Prayer Senate Republican Leader Everett m. Dirksen put the Senate on notice monday he would move next week to Force a floor vote on his school prayer amendment. Democratic Leader Mike Mansfield told the Senate Dirksen plans to open his fight by moving to Call up a routine joint Resolution now on the Calendar. He intends to make that the vehicle for his amendment now in a judiciary subcommittee. Set Export Mark Washington up a the United states exported a record $6.7 billion in food products during the fiscal year that ended june 30 �?$600 million More than the previous year. Agriculture Secretary Onell l. Freeman in announcing the figure during the weekend noted that the increase helped the nations balance of payments problem because the exports were All Dollar earning commercial sales. Japan increasing its buying an average of 16 per cent a year continued to be americans biggest foreign food customer with $914 million. Choose your wedding gifts amp bridal gifts today at Noveck Shultz inc. 411 main St dial 2-6926 Bennington it commercial tile 1/8�?� heavy duty Large quantities in Stock priced Start at 18c per file furniture incorporate 320 Elm Street phone 442-5131 Bennington Vermont continue up from new Post office n is Thrift dead we done to believe so. In fact we know it Isnit so. Today people still save but for far different reasons than they did years ago. Prosperity has changed the whole picture. And now people save to buy an unlimited number of luxuries As Well As necessities. Purchases that add to their Comfort and enjoyment. Education. Travel. 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