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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - December 20, 1965, Bennington, Vermont 2-Bennington Fanner monday december 20, 1968 around Vermont Bennington student will teach Poultney a Andrew Vargish Dean of faculty at Green Mountain College has announced the appointment of Martha Kneass Armstrong of Charlotte n.c., As instructor in modern dance for the Winter term. A Sophomore at Bennington College where she is majoring in modern dance her teaching at Green Mountain is part of the on the Job portion of her curriculum at Bennington. New four year program at Ulm Burlington a thirty two members of the freshman class at the University of Vermont May not consider themselves a a Pioneer a but nonetheless they do represent a they Are the first members of the University a new four year forestry program in the College of agriculture and Home economics. Until the Start of the four year program this fall Vermont offered Only a two year course meaning that students had to Transfer to another University to Complete the final two years and receive a degree. The new major will Lead to a Bachelor of science degree in forestry with the option of concentrating in either Forest management or wildlife management. Students will elect the area of specialization at the beginning of their Sophomore year. Army Reserve unit closes Burlington up a Vermont a 5th howitzer battalion 76th artillery was off the Active duty lists today. The army Reserve unit closed its doors sunday after a turn in of equipment. The battalion was scheduled for deactivation by defense Secretary Robert s. Mcnamara in his reorganization of the National guard and army Reserve forces. The battalion is Vermont a largest unit to be affected by Mcnamara a order. The unit was formed in 1917 at fort Ethan Allen and saw action in both world wars and the korean conflict. Many members of the battalion Are expected to join Vermont National guard units to retain retirement eligibility. Windham student killed Putney a Victoria Schoen 20, of new York City a student at Windham College Here died sunday in a Keene n.h., Hospital of injuries received in a two car head on collision. According to new Hampshire police miss Schoen was the Driver of a car which veered out of control saturday into the path of an automobile travelling in the opposite direction. A passenger in miss Schoenes car James w. Gordon 21, of Montreal and the occupant of the second vehicle Robert d. Hewett 19, of Westmoreland n.h., were both hospitalized with multiple injuries. Former chief May sue Village Bristol up a former police chief Smith Horner says he May sue the Village of Bristol to collect $100 in wages the Community owes him and that he is not going to give Bristol Back its Siren flashing red Light or pistol until he gets his Money. Horner who took Over the Job of Poultney police chief last week said Bristol owes him $75 for a weeks pay and $25 for expenses and added he had to sue the Village last summer to collect a weeks vacation pay. He said he has hired a lawyer to collect the pay. Horner resigned recently As police chief when the Village trustees refused to give him a $10 weekly salary increase. He said he is keeping the Siren the flashing red Cruiser Light. And the pistol until he gets the pay he earned. Dies following Accident Northfield up a Ralph c. Buxton 66, of Northfield collapsed and died of an apparent seizure saturday when he stepped from his car which had struck a tree after failing to negotiate a route 12 curve in Northfield Center. Over in new York Puhi Isliker Sells 300 acres House Petersburg a the laconic Valley farm of or. And mrs. Nicholas j. Mahoney of Cambridge publishers of the Hoosick Falls Standard press and Washington county Post has been sold to or. And mrs. Alan d. Buck of Frederick my. The 300-acre property located i . 22 near the North Petersburg line includes an Apple Orchard House barn and Trout Stream. Student engineers visit Arsenal Watervliet a the 50-member Manhattan College chapter of the american society of civil engineers made a three hour tour of research and engineering facilities at Watervliet Arsenal during the groups recent Field trip to the capital District. Chief interest of the students most of whom Are enrolled in the new York City colleges sanitation engineering courses was the arsenals anti pollution program soon to be implemented by construction of an Industrial waste disposal system. Requests for construction bids on this facility went out dec. 9. Top brass briefed Watervliet a w. Brewster Kopp who was recently appointed by the president As assistant Secretary of the army Lor financial management was briefed on Watervliet Arsenal financial operations and methods during a visit to the area installation last Friday. Space champions Start de briefing sessions Goldie the Eagle caged again Down in Berkshire Cape Kennedy up a gemini 7 space champions Frank Borman and James Lovell Back on solid Earth after a a real great flight a today started de bile Flag sessions today that will last until after Christmas. The astronauts were to begin their first full Day on solid ground since their space capsule roared off into space 16 Days ago to hold a comic rendezvous with gemini 6, set new endurance records and open up new vistas in the space Era. A Jim and i done to have an awful lot to say. It was a real great flight a Borman said in what must have been one of the greatest understatement of the year. Only about too persons were on hand for the return of the space champs. There was no news conference but Borman made a few comments As he and Lovell passed Down a line shaking hands with space Agency officials who turned out to Welcome them Back to the Cape. The two space pilots flew into the Cape aboard two Navy planes from the recovery Carrier Wasp which had plucked them from the Atlantic saturday ending their historic 14-Day flight. Shortly after Landing Here they were reunited with their gemini 6 space pals Walter Schirra and Tom Stafford at the astronauts private Quarter at nearby m err it Island. The last time they had met was 185 Miles up in space last wednesday when they staged the first rendezvous in space. As Borman and Lovell walked Down the hallway of the Crew quarters Schirra jumped from concealment and began giving hand signals such As those used to guide in planes on an aircraft Carrier deck. Merriment broke out and the two teams of astronauts Shook hands slapped one another on cow in Pool is not a gag Middlesex. . Up a a daddy there s a cow in our Pool a cried 5-year-old Jack Raja to his sleeping father. A come Back later and Tell me about it a mumbled his father Walter As he rolled Over in his bed. But Little Jack kept pestering so his father got up to take a look. There in the Middle of the family Pool was a 17-foot Long plastic cow. When Raja called police the desk sergeant thought it was a gag but agreed to Send a patrol car. Patrolman Joseph erg verified that a 175-Pound imitation cow was floating in the Pool. Police after checking further found that the cow had been stolen from a nearby Dairy company where it had been on display. Hope troupe on Way to Viet Nam Bangkok up a comedian Bob Hope and a troupe of 60 show people musicians and technicians stopped Here today in route to Viet Nam where they will entertain u. S. Troops during the Christmas holidays. Hope scheduled a round of Golf with thai Deputy defense minister and air Force chief Marshall Dawes Chu asap during the Stopover. Tuesday he and his group will Fly to Northeast Thailand to perform at the Yakhil air base and then at another base on thursday. After that they will head for Viet Nam where their destinations have been kept under tight Security because of the Large concentration of u. S. Servicemen at the bases. Accident injuries farm a computer j i to to s r it to Park is Adams a Alfred filiere 87, of 20 Glen st., died sunday in North Adams Hospital from injuries he allegedly suffered after according to police being struck by a car near the spruces Mobil Home Park on state Road. Driver at the vehicle was Robert h. Williams jr., 18, of North Adams who told police he saw a person in the Middle of the Highway and tried to swerve out of the Many a path. Or. Filiere is survived by a son and a daughter both of Adams. Students in government program Williamstown a twelve Williams College juniors will take part in official . Government activities next summer under sponsorship of the colleges Mead fund. The fund established in 1951 through a Grant from the late George j. Mead of Hartford conn., is designed to a improve the Quality of leadership and service in All branches of tuition raised at my Greylock Williamstown a tuition rates for out-of<11 strict students for the 1966-67 school year have been raised by it Greylock regional High school committee. New rates Are $811 for students from new Ashford and $770 for All other out of District students. The increases Are $16 and $45 respectively. Senate vote blocks association Adams a the Senate vote thursday for study of Bills to abolish the mount Greylock Tramway authority and to ban commercial development blocks efforts by the it. Greylock protective association to halt the proposed $5.5 million project. Similar action was taken by the House last fall. University Park a. Up a electronic computers at Pennsylvania state University Are being used to simulate or Model the environment of a farm business. Computer models have an advantage Over the familiar form of scale models of barns and silos because they can represent abstract concepts that can not be included in a physical Model. The Bennington Banner telephones by Simm. .442-Moo newsroom. In Moo advertising. .442-2444 Tbs Pennington Benner is published Delly except sender sad Legal Lull Days at 425 main st., Bennington vt., 05201 by the Banner publishing corporation. Members of United press International which is entitled exclusively to use for republication of All local news printed in this newspaper As Well As All up news dispatches. 7 by Deli to per Day of tuber dotted rates by mall Tor 50-mlle radius and All Vermont 2 months $5.20 5 months $11.70, i year $22.50 elsewhere la the a 2 Menthe $7.00 6 months $11.00 i year $25.00 second class postage paid at Bennington it. 00201 hone delivery by Carrier and motor delivery the Back and exchanged quips about the accuracy of their splashdown. They then were engaged in combined debriefing sessions for 45 minutes before Schirra and Stafford departed for the manned space flight Headquarters in Houston where they will finish off a series of photographic identification sessions Pilot reports and de briefing sessions before taking off for Christmas. London Ufi a Goldie the Eagle was Back in a maximum Security Cage at London zoo today Back with his mate Regina at the end of his latest flight for Freedom. Goldie an eight Pound finnish Eagle was recaptured sunday when he swooped Down on a dead rat placed As bait in Regent s Park and was pinioned by a zoo keeper. It ended five Days of Freedom and the same International publicity which accompanied a previous escape last March. The times of London commented today Goldie s capture was a a sad Little Story and suggested the Eagle should be set free in the finnish wilds where he was first trapped in 1959. British bookmakers also were saddened but for different reasons. Most gave 6 to 4 Odds the elusive Eagle would not a caught before Christmas Day. All indications were that Goldie will remain at the zoo in North Central London. That is until he escapes again. Four for sos deep sea divers make a distress signal by holding up four finers and rapping on an object four times. Let s Maki Christmas gift Aho look in err All decorator ensemble Only amp include it strikingly smart 2-pc. Suite m with buoyant inner Oil Comfort 3 j tables in new sculptured lines 2 modern lamps and deep pile carpet. Gorgeous bedroom outfit Bookcase bed double Dresser and Al Mirror with fabulous Shadow Box styling and enthralling shaped finish plus luxurious famous mattress set. Super Kitchen group Only amp deluxe Quality Chrome Dinette with we double leg table and luxurious pm contour Back chairs plus big steel Utility Cabinet with 6 shelf spaces delivery guaranteed for Christmas open until 9 . Every night furniture co 519-525-529 main Street Bennington phone 442-5346. 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