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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - December 7, 1965, Bennington, Vermont A Nenn Mugion manner tuesday december 7, 1965 around Vermont three counties eligible Montpelier up a gov. Philip Hoff s office said monday that the three counties in Vermont s Northeast kingdom Are a eligible for benefits under the Public works and economic a development act. A spokesman said Essex Orleans and Caledonia counties were designated last March As eligible for Aid under the area redevelopment act. Because of this they Are now Able to get Aid under the other act. Benefits include such items As Long term Low interest rate Loans and other assistance for Public works and economic development projects. Telephone co. Employee killed Hartford up a a 22-year-old new England Telephone co. Employee from Montpelier was killed monday when his jeep skidded on ice hit a stump and overturned. Thomas Hennebury died following the Accident. A passenger Charles Smith of North Hartland suffered minor injuries. Pleads guilty to manslaughter St. Albans up a a 42-year-old machinist from Mon i Treal awaited sentencing today after pleading guilty to a re a diced charge of manslaughter in the death of a Montreal woman. A Jean Lamarche had been scheduled to be tried on a second degree murder charge but was allowed monday to plead guilty in Superior court to the lesser charge. Police charged Lamarche with the fatal shooting of miss Madeleine Guindon who died june 25 at St. Albans Hospital after being shot the previous Day at a West Swanton Cabin. Prison Reform group chartered Newfane a friends of rehabilitation a group campaigning for prison Reform has secured a state charter As a nonprofit corporation according to a. Luke Crispe local attorney who Heads the organization which favors Small corrective Camps instead of the proposed new medium Security institution. New Poultney chief of police Poultney a Smith Horner former chief of police at Bristol has accepted the same position Here. The hiring was confirmed monday by Poultney Village and town manager Earle Hubbard who said the salary would be about $100 a week. Horner who quit his Bristol Post Over a salary hassle is expected to report for duty Here shortly after dec. To. Bristol Bank files $20,000 suit Bristol a the National Bank of Bristol has filed a $20,000 a civil suit in Addison county court against or. And mrs. John a Bouchard whose present whereabouts Are unknown. Bouchard an Addison county democratic candidate for the Senate disappeared with his family a few Days before the nov. 23 special election. It is alleged that he Drew worthless checks amounting $17,100 a prior to his disappearance. The Bouchard real estate and goods in his store on the Bristol Monkton Road As Well As properties Here and in Monkton and new Haven have been attached. It afer meters for Rutland a Rutland a the Board of aldermen monday night adopted a plan submitted by the Public works committee recommending that water meters be installed for All City water users. It is thought that the installation May save thousands of Gallons of precious water that Are wasted annually by careless House owners who fail to repair faulty plumbing. It t w a a Over in new York a i a Hospital chief says he s leaving Troy a Samaritan Hospital administrator Roland g. Eaton says he will resign his Post As of july i. Eaton has been chief of the Hospital since 1952. Under his administration the bed census has risen from 142 to 213. Eaton gave personal an family reasons for his resignation. Package course to Start dec. 15 Troy a Mohawk chapter society of packaging and handling engineers in association with Hudson Valley Community col lege is conducting a 12-week evening course in Basic package engineering which is scheduled to Start dec. 15 at 7. Classes will meet three hours each wednesday. Tuition will be accept de until dec. 8. Total charge is $59. Reg Stratton May be sent to Cray Ross . Education 481 so. Saratoga St., Cohoes . A arts Center wins two new Grants a i Saratoga a Avalon and old Dominion foundations have Given Saratoga a new performing arts Center Grants in Ald. Of $50,000 each according to an announcement released today a by the centers Board chairman or. Harold g. Wilm. Both a these Grants Are applicable to the Cost of construction of the 5200-seat Amphitheater now being built at Saratoga spa and next year to become the permanent summer Home of both the a new York City Ballet and the Philadelphia the same time or. Wilm confirmed the Extension to a Jan. I of the Matching funds deadline attached to a joint $500,000 j pledge also for construction purposes from John d. Rockefeller j Iii gov. Nelson a. Rockefeller and Laurance s. Rockefeller. I it remains for the Center to raise $50,000 in private funds in order to validate this pledge made on a Dollar for Dollar basis. On a one for three basis the Rockefeller Brothers have j pledged an additional $100,000 toward the centers program j and operating costs. The $300,000 necessary to the release of this pledge must be obtained before june i. I i i a i i it Down in Berkshire i i 1 Edward Kennedy to visit dec. 14 North Adams a sen. Edward m. Kennedy will visit Here dec. 14. The senator plans to tour Berkshire county that Day and will deliver a noontime address at a meeting of the association of business and Commerce in Pittsfield. He will it also speak Here and in Williamstown. Suit filed in fatal Gar crash a $ Pittsfield a filed in Superior court Here monday by i Loretta James executrix of the estate of Elzear Vincelette a a or. Of North Adams was a fatal Accident suit for $50,000 against i Judith Kelyer it a1 of Bennington. The suit is being brought has the result of an alleged two car Accident in North Adams last Jan. I. A companion suit for $40,000 against the helpers was filed by Mary Sorel Elsie Andrews and Arthur Paquette of North Adams. Receive a frustrating letter Lee a the selectmen say they have received a a a frustrate a lug reply in answer to a letter of a a vigorous protest called in to gov. John a. Volpe which objected to a billboard in town advertising Green Mountain Racetrack in Pownal. James Morrissey Secretary for the outdoor advertising division of the state expressed Only a deep concerns Over the situation. Christmas tradition Robes for warmth and cheer throughout the year. Adams clothes shop a shoes too Kdc-15 custom a an Economy Model that does t sacrifice performance to meet a Price. Full Cycle push Button. Automatic rinse agent dispenser optional. All Kitch Enaid dishwashers have these outstanding features 4-Way Wash. Flo thru drying a san guard filtering. 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To years ago because he was an a individualist a said he did not believe . Troops were required to keep red China from expanding into Viet Nam. A i am not against the idea behind containment. The thing is that i do not believe that China has physical expansionist tendencies a he said. Tenneson said he found there was a just no room for individualists in China but said he was a really terribly impressed by the sincerity and the humaneness of the individuals he met there. Tenneson one of 22 americans who defected to China during the korean War said he could not a help but feel we could do them the people of Southeast Asia a great Deal More Good by helping them to help themselves than by shooting Montpelier us a the legislature ordered reapportionment court Battles will Cost Vermont $2,680. Atty. Gen. John p. Connarn said attorney Donald g. Milne who fought reapportionment on behalf of the now defunct 1965 legislature has turned in the Bill for his services. Administration sources have said in the past they would take a close look at Milne a Bill but the attorney general said he has not been asked yet to give it a thorough scrutiny nation. Connarn said that unless the 26 Days that Milne said he put in on the Case preparation Are questioned the state has no Choice but to pay the Bill. Milne was hired by the attorney general a office for $100 a Day plus expenses to fight the court ordered realignment of the general Assembly. The legislature in its closing Days last summer passed a joint Resolution calling on the attorney general a office to go into court and try to stave off the order calling for a one Man one vote apportionment of both legislative houses. The attorney general a office unable to serve two masters in the Case of a court Battle hired the Young Barre attorney to do the Legislatures bidding. Milne said in his Bill that he worked 26 Days on his petition Ana incurred $8u in expenses. His work did not Bear any fruit and the courts denied his petitions for intervention in the reapportionment of the legislature. Milne has said that of the state does not pay him All of his Bill he will take it before the legislature. The Bennington ban feh telephones business. .442-6300 newsroom. .442-2800 advertising. .442-2684 the Bennington Benner is published Delly except sunday end legs holidays it 425 mein St., Bennington vt., 05201 by the Benner publishing corporation. Members of United press International which is entitled exclusively to use Tor rep Ubu cation of Ell local news printed in this newspaper is we is Ell up news dispatches. Home delivery by Carrier end motor delivery Lof per Day sub scrap Lon rates by mall Tor 50-mlle radius end Ell Vermont 3 months $6.30, 6 months $11.70, i year $22.50 elsewhere la the us. $ months $7.00 6 months $13.00 i year $25.00 second class postage paid at Bennington it. 05201 automated . 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Outside the station members of a recently formed group calling itself a the lbs concerned citizens committee marched in protest. Tenneson the father of five children was a 19-year-old Soldier when he defected to communist China following his capture during the korean War. Stating his conviction that . Soldiers have no right to be in Mallary seen As new speaker Hardwick it. Up a former Vermont House speaker John e. Hancock says he will not seek his old position after a nine year absence. Hancock 62, said it looks As though Richard Mallary of Fairlee has the House speaker ship sewed up. Hancock said he would not be a candidate for the Post a unless there is a dramatic turn of Hancock who served As House speaker in 1955, already has the support of w. Arthur Simpson one of the most prominent republicans in the Vermont legislature. Hancock has been away from politics since he lost a primary election in 1956. H. Quot let us quote you. 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