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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - February 10, 1966, Bennington, Vermont 2-Bennington Banner thur Day february to 1966 a round Vermont ladle hustlers sentenced Rutland up a shades of the old West in this new England state. Two Central Vermont men were sentenced wednesday to 60 flays each in Rutland county jail on a charge of rustling a cow from a farm in Florence. Police charged that Kenneth Dukette 22, of Salisbury and Edward Ingerson jr., 24, of Middlebury rustled the Heifer sunday from the farm of Emil Hancsarik and took it to Middlebury where they sold it. Hancsarik later identified the Heifer. Warns of i in pending change Johnson up a i. Douglas Meredit executive vice president of the National life insurance co., warned wednesday night that Vermont must bolster its regional planning program of it is to Cope with a a tidal wave of change speaking before the Lamoille county development Council Meredith said the Impact of a change today has been minor compared with what will take place in the next 20 to 30 years. By thinking in terms of regions the Cost of planning would be greatly reduced and there would be a lesser Chance of duplication in the area involved Meredith said. Group opposes Road program Montpelier up a the executive committee of the Vermont Petroleum association was on record today As opposing gov. Philip a Hoff a proposed too per cent state financing of an accelerated Highway program. Robert Gars de executive director of the association said wednesday he favored state rep. Emory Hebard a proposal for a 2 per cent general tax. Hebard a Glover Republican outlined his proposal to the association tuesday. A if the state should embark on a program of too per cent state financing of highways a sales tax earmarking part of the Revenue for highways merits serious consideration by the legislature Garside said. Unemployment hate steady Montpelier up a Vermont a insured unemployment rate remained steady at 4.3 per cent for the week ending feb. 4 despite an unemployment increase of 512, a report by the state department of employment Security showed today. Unemployment claims during the week increased by to Over the proceeding week but the volume was 1,747 claims below the figure for the corresponding week in 1965. Honorary degree for rabbi j a Winooski Park up a St. Michael s College will Confer an honorary doctorate of humane letters on rabbi Abraham Joshua Herschel when he visits the Campus next month. Rabbi Herschel is expected to address a special academic convocation at the Catholic school. The very Rev. Gerald e. Dupont president of the College said the degree will be the first conferred by the school on a Rabid. Rabbi Herschel is currently serving a year As the Harry Fosdyck visiting professor at Union theological Seminary in new York City. Nursing Home conferences Burlington a four identical conferences to answer questions about the states new nursing Home regulations Are being held for owners administrators nursing directors of nursing Homes and others in the nursing Home Field. The first was held tuesday at Degoes Briand memorial Hospital Here. The second conference will be held next tuesday at the Brown Derby in Montpelier. Next wednesday a session will be held in the Springfield Hospital conference room and on thursday a conference will be held in the conference room of the Central Vermont Public service corporation in Rutland. Implementation of the new state nursing Home regulations Are being discussed and questions on the scope interpretation and intent of the regulations answered. Over in sew York Nejin named to regents Albany a a College psychology professor and civil rights Leader has been elected the first negro member of the new York Board of regents. Or. Kenneth b. Clark on the faculty of City College was named by a 140-77 margin Over another negro or. Corinne b. Galvin of Ithaca College. Nancy shoe break probed Hoosick Falls a a break at the Nancy shoe company Here is under investigation by police chief Frank Demick senior investigator Hugh Cox and Daniel Keating of the Bureau of criminal investigation. The theft of an estimated $365 in Cash during the weekend was confined to a Cabinet in the Plant managers office and was not discovered until nearly noon on monday. Area librarians organize Cambridge a nine schools were represented at a recent organizational meeting of area school librarians at the hotel Cambridge Here. Arranged by miss Vivian Miles and miss Elizabeth Oliver Cambridge the meeting was attended by representatives from Greenwich Salem Hoosick Falls fort Ann fort Edward and Hudson Falls. Down in Berkshire Pittsfield i killed in Viet Nam Pittsfield a a second Pittsfield Soldier 18-year-old George Shufelt has been killed in Viet Nam. An army private he lost his life in a combat operation with the 327nd co. Of the 101st airborne division. He had been in the far East since july. A son of mrs. Lillian e. Shufelt and the late Harvey Shufelt he leaves three Sisters and three Brothers. Junior league votes funds Pittsfield a the Junior league of Pittsfield has voted unanimously to give $10,000 to the Berkshire museum and to provide Active Volunteer participation to further the school enrichment program set up this fall by the league and the museum. Mrs. Felton m. Burbank league projects chairman said the Money will be Given Over a period of three years. This is the largest amount of Money Given by the group for a Community project. Full time or. High Counselor sought North Adams a Louis j. Perrotta guidance director has recommended in his annual report to school supt. Robert n. Taylor that a full time Junior High school guidance Counselor be added. He was supported in the proposal by Drury High school principal Stephen j. Drotter. Perrotta said that the present ratio 1350 to 3 Counselor far exceeds the limits for an efficient program. Club names study committee Williamstown a the rotary club has appointed a study committee to investigate the need for a youth Center to increase recreational facilities in town. Committee members Are or. Earle Brown jr., chairman the Rev. John h. Westerhoff Iii William Madden Rudy Goff and George Howard. F heart fund a it. Gov. John j. Daly places a contribution in the heart fund Container presented by Little Gregory Ciampi son of mrs. Lena Ciampi co chairman of the Campaign in Barre to raise funds to help Speed the Progress being made against heart diseases Verr Ponta a and the nations number one killer. Legislature ratifies succession amendment Montpelier up a the Vermont Senate today adopted a joint Resolution ratifying the presidential succession amendment to the . Constitution. Preliminary approval was Given in the Senate wednesday to the measure which was adopted in the House last week. Gov. Philip h. Hoff said today he would sign the Resolution to make ratification official just As soon As he received it from the Senate. Vermont will become the 18th state to ratify the amendment. Meanwhile the special session of the legislature moved into its 37th Day of business today. Jury finds mrs. Durward guilty a Bennington county court jury wednesday afternoon found mrs. Fern Durward of 200 Safford St. Guilty As charged of embezzling in excess of $1,500 from Bennington potters. The jury composed of seven men and five women came in with its verdict at 2 20 . After having retired shortly after to . It did take about an hours break in its deliberations for lunch. Superior judge Harold Sylvester ordered the required pre sentence investigation and set sentencing for March 7 at 9 30 . The woman was released on the Ball which she had previously posted pending trial. Mrs. Durward had been employed at the pottery firm As bookkeeper and office manager for several years until last september when she was discharged after certain a a discrepancies in the businesses records came to the attention of the proprietors or. And mrs. David go. The states Case entered around the discrepancies Between daily totals of Cash sales signified by sales slip duplicates and the totals of such daily sales that were actually recorded in a Cash control journal. The totals recorded according to the states witnesses on a regular basis had been found to be less than the actual totals of the slips for Many Days sales totals that were bedded by an accountant hired to Check the businesses records. The states Contention was that mrs. Durward had been responsible for the discrepancies and had pocketed the difference Between the actual Dally Cash totals and the lesser amount which went into the business records. While there appeared from the testimony to be no question that mrs. Durward was basically responsible for the daily totalling of the Cash sales there were differences in testimony about which of two persons actually prepared the Dally totals using an adding machine. Manchester Board to decide is Fin legality manc Hester a selectmen at their meeting Here tuesday said a session of the Board of adjustment will be called on a Case concerned with the outdoor advertising ordinance. Purpose of the meeting is to determine the legality and possible removal action on a Valley Homes advertising sign on . 7. Walter Hayes a member of the planning commission said he believed the sign is placed in the town Road right of Way and is in violation of the towns sign ordinance. Town manager James l. Woodard is administrator of the Board of adjustment. Others on the Board Are Leon e. Wiley or. . Zecher Henry b. Robinson Charles e. Childs and Henry b. Cherbonneau. Reapportionment has brought Many changes to the Vermont legislature among these is Speed in considering debating and passing Bills in the House. But members of the Senate appear to be getting somewhat sensitive to the Praise that is Dally heaped upon the re apportioned 150 member lower House. Wednesday this sensitivity came to the surface As sen. George w. F. Cook a Rutland president pro tem of the Senate blasted an editorial in a Burlington newspaper that chided the Senate for being too slow. Later in the Day Cook and sen. George mores a Caledonia made comments about t h e a a Hasty action in the House. And sen. Ellery Purdy a Rutland also got in a few digs. Cook announced during the Senate session wednesday that his judiciary committee would begin holding afternoon and evening sessions to a Correct House Bills in the the presidential succession amendment to the . Constitution also came under fire. Passed in the House last week sen. Purdy charged that the House had rushed the Resolution through their chamber without adequate discussion. Purdy then proceeded to Lead the Senate in discussion and a history lesson on the amendment. The Senate eventually gave preliminary approval to the Resolution on a 29-0 Roll Call vote. And senators pointed out to newsmen that they already have passed five of the 21 Bills introduced in that chamber although they conceded that none of the five was of great magnitude. The House wednesday passed and sent to the Senate a $2.3 million measure calling for the creation of an educational television network in the state. Scout leaders object to new lamp Ruilin it Manchester a a round table program session was held by District boy scout leaders at it. Equinox Grange Hall wednesday night. Joseph Hart of Bennington District scout executive led a discussion of cub activities. Boy scout and explorer programs were covered by Jim Gillem of Castleton District commissioner. A major portion of the discussion covered a decision by the camping and activities committee to bar families from camping at Camp Sunrise in Orwell during the summer. Scout leaders objected to the decision because leaders would find it difficult to take part in summer activities if members of the family had to be left at Home. Ferdinand Bongartz Manchester representative on the committee said he is not in favor of the decision to bar family camping. At the same meeting plans were set for a District Camporee sept. 17-18 at the South end tract mount Tabor. The event will be called a a a woodsman a Camporee and activities such As two Man Buksaw contests will be featured. The Bennington Banner telephones business. .442-6300 newsroom. .442-2800 advertising. .442-2881 the Bennington Banner is published Dally except sunday and Legal holidays at 425 main St., Bennington vt., 05201 by the Banner publishing corporation. Members of United press International which is entitled exclusively to use Jor republication of All local news printed in this newspaper As Well As All Ipi news dispatches. Home delivery by Carrier and motor delivery Lof per Day subscription rates by mail for 50-mlle radius and All Vermont 3 months $8.30, 8 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 sen. O Brien raps track officials Montpelier up a sen. John j. Of Brien Chittenden grand Isle has assailed officials of Green Mountain Park horse race Tiack in Pownal. O Briens anger was apparently aroused when race track officials appeared before the House ways and Means committee. A the race track mob is in to continue on its old formula for sharing the tax on Money bet on the races a of Brien said. He added a they signed a contract for the to and 8 split. If they done to like can get under the existing formula Vermont gets Between 3 and 8 per cent of All the Money bet on the races each Day and the track receives Between 15 and to per cent. The states receipts Are larger on Days when business is Good. Originally the state took 8 per cent and the track to per cent. The legislature has revised the formula several times in an Effort to give the track a bigger share of the proceeds. But track officials contend they cannot stay in business on a to per cent basis. School carnival planned Bill completely rewritten Manchester a a Winter carnival will be held at Burr and Burton Seminary feb. 18, 19 and 21, the school announced today. On Friday races will be held on the athletic Field Snow sculptures will be exhibited and a basketball game at Chester will follow. Ski races for bus students at Bromley and the Sophomore hop will be saturday activities. On monday students will compete in a skit contest. A Winter carnival Queen will be selected. Faculty member William Bell is in charge. Sen. Aiken Speaks sunday in Windsor Washington up a sen. George d. Aiken r-vt., will spend the congressional Lincoln Day recess in his Home state. Aikens office said wednesday that the senator planned Only one speaking engagement during the five Day recess on sunday to the Windsor county Republican committee. Aiken planned to return to Washington late next week. Montpelier up a the Vermont House banking and corporations committee has completely re written a Bill it was considering a committee chairman Daulton Mann a Peru said the Bill was re written to give it More meaning. Originally called an act to create a Vermont Public Bene fit corporation the Bill a title has been changed to the Vermont educational buildings financing Agency. The measure would provide the Agency with the Power to acquire construct improve equip or operate facilities of any private University College or secondary school in the state and the University of Vermont and other state colleges full service banking a Man needs full service banking when he has the responsibility of a Home car and family. Get full service at the Vermont Bank and Trust company Bellows Falls Chester Brattleboro Rutland Bennington Manchester member Federal Deposit insurance corporation two blocks from Moss. 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