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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - February 15, 1966, Bennington, Vermont I 3r my make up Bax a because i know Vou actress i see you in film the in Chi. Vath Missy Kayt we Valencia when a i pull you prom a i broken chu6birp m survival i be seen Sood at that for a Lons time. But this round i m afraid y r the or tics Jarry \ suns a a Stead of i Type Var tees a sometimes Missy talk funny is ill in head ? not half bad for a kid fresh from the Sticks. What say Whit a that s my m Lover boy. A spendthrift with the compliments. Y . Looks very k Nice mag Cary Grant Tony Curtis operation Petticoat tuesday Nite at the movies communists using Kerala famine As lever to return to Power classifieds legals crossword television radio by Phil Newsom up Forcin vows analyst in troubled India the Southern state of Kerala is one of the most troubled. It has other distinctions. It is indians most literate state the smallest the most densely populated and the Only state in the world voluntarily to vote into Power a communist government. A further distinction is the fact it produces wily about half the Rice it eats. It was a combination of these ingredients which in late january exploded into riots and presented indians first woman prime minister mrs. Indira Gandhi with her first crisis. The Rice shortage triggered it but there was More below the surface. From april 1957, until july 1959, the communists ruled Kerala. It was a regime of mounting terror. Communist bands roamed the Countryside terrorizing the people into supporting the communist regime police fired into ant 1-communist demonstrators. Mass arrests were commonplace. In new Delhi the then prime minister Jawaharlal Nehru declared himself a a horrified by reports of cold blooded murders committed by the communists. Finally with the state verging on anarchy new Delhi placed Kerala under Central government Rule. Chief of Kerala state in those bad times was a Mil mannered Man named e. M. S. . Today he leads the pro peking faction of the Indian communist party. Although he is under arrest in a jail cell in the Kerala capital of Trivandrum his influence is regarded As one of the driving forces behind the Rice demonstrations. Both the Moscow oriented communists and the pro peking elements see the Rice riots As their Chance to gain party control and a return to Power in the state. Famine As result of a disastrous drought threatens the whole of India but in Kerala there is an added complication. Just As indonesian president Sukarno failed to persuade Rice hungry indonesians to subs tute Corn so the people of Kerala refuse to eat wheat. While Rice rations Are quickly gobbled up supplies of wheat remain. Nor is the general food situation so desperate As the Rice demonstrations would indicate. Kerala exports quantities of tropical fruits and takes sardines and Mackerel from the sea. It is just that a meal is not a meal without Rice. But while Kerala remains As a separate Case the problem throughout India is one of desperation. Last december president Johnson authorized emergency shipment of 1.5 million tons of wheat to India. In the first week of february he authorized another 3 million tons. But altogether unless millions of indians Are to starve the co univ needs a total of More than 12 million tons. And even of the wheat arrives in time there is a question whether Indian ports can handle the sudden glut of shipping. Clinical look being Given to 6madness�?T of George Iii London up a a movement seeking the a a rehabilitation of old King George Iii in the history books seems to be under Way in Britain. Its Success also would remove a stigma of madness from the Royal House of Hanover from which Queen Elizabeth la is descended. The first step was taken recently when a Mother and son medical team reported that the third George a the a mad King who drove the american colonies to rebellion in 1776 a Wasny to crazy after All. Just suffering from porphyria a rare and still Little understood disease of the liver chemicals that eventually affects the whole body. Or. Richard Hunter a London consultant psychiatrist and his Mother or. Ira Macalpine a retired psychiatrist say their diagnosis a clears the House of Hanover of a hereditary taint of madness imputed to it by the Long sustained but erroneous interpretation of George Illus the Only two previous clinical studies of his Case were by americans. Or. I. Ray made one about a Century ago. Baltimore psychiatrist or. Manfred s. Guttmacher made the second in 1941 in his Book a a american a last King a which concluded George had a form of manic de pression. Drs. Macalpine and Hunter base their conclusions on previously unpublished material from journals and letters of the Kings physicians found in the British museum and the Royal archives at Windsor where the King died on Jan. 29, 1820, at the age of 81. A this study allows the certain conclusion that George Uius malady was not a mental in the accepted sense a the doctors said in outlining their Case in the British medical journal. A this Long and sorrowful illness in which he suffered severely from his affliction pitifully from his treatments and miserably. From his management takes a new importance in the annals of medical history As the first description of a rare great Wall of China reveals ifs secrets to excavators Bada Ling. China a it is history dating Back to several possible to stand on the great centuries before Christ. Wall of China today with one foot in the present and the other in to do it one has to walk up the Wall 1,000 Yards from this tiny outpost and straddle a no Tice which reads in chinese russian and English a out of Bounds for foreigners without special one one Side of the notice the 2,200-year-old Wall has been rebuilt in the last few years. On the other the Square and Oblong Stone bricks weathered i i hot lather 89 Ca 201 so. St., Bennington piano a Tori Zed dealer Lason d Hamlin Chickering Fischer pianos tuning sales service Lynn Chapman Hoosick foils . 518-686-5044 with time stretch away Over the ridges. The warning notice has been put up because the Wall is dangerous in places. Now in ruins at some places the Wall used to be 1,500 Miles Long. It took its main form in the third Century before Christ when emperor China Shih Huang linked up a series of Walls already built by the rulers of several Feudal states. In a peaceful wooded Valley near the Wall lie the Gold roofed red pavilions of the tombs of the 13 of the 16 Ming emperors. Only one has been excavated a the White Marble vaults of wan la who died in 1620 at the age of 58. Like the other members of the Ming dynasty he prepared his last resting place Well in Advance. In recent years the chinese authorities have prospected round the tombs but not until 1956 when serious excavations started. Careful digging which lasted two or three years produced three coffins of Dull red Wood behind a four ton Gate of solid White Marble Hung on a 10-ton Cross beam of Bronze. Inside the Tomb which has a High curved roof and Little decoration were huge urns of vegetable Oil with tapers sticking out of them. These were the lamps that were lighted before the Tomb was sealed and were supposed to Burn forever. Behind them were the White Marble thrones of the emperor and his two wives and in an inner vault the three rotting wooden coffins. There was Little left of the bodies except a few Bones and some hair. But Rich brocade clothing Gold ornaments and All the jewels were recovered. These Are preserved in two museums attached to the Tomb together with photographs of the scene taken when the vault was first opened. The original urns and thrones Are still underground but the three coffins of Dull red Wood standing there Are copies. The Tomb itself is a magnificent feat of engineering. The Marble blocks for the Walls and roof came from Honan province 350 Miles away. Elephant antics san Francisco up a May a pachyderm at the san Francisco zoo annoys Penny fellow elephant by chasing her daily around their pen but the zoological society is looking at the Bright Side of things. A Penny is now almost As big As May and some Day she should realize she a capable of putting May in her place a the society bulletin says. A one Benefit for both is the extra exercise they get with All their metabolic disorder not even today fully understood a they said. This theory has won the support of the times of London. It said in an editorial a what is surprising is that in spite of the continuing interest in the illness subsequent generations should have been so willing to accept the proposition that George Iii was a made. Experts being what they Are this new explanation of George Illus illness will no doubt have its critics but on the evidence presented the explanation is the most satisfactory one yet produced the comment from British poet Robert Graves in a letter to the times that a the laudable of your leading article on King George Illus recurrent porphyria is i believe to remove the stigma of madness from our Royal family. A the Kings porphyria seems to have been complicated not Only by political stress but by Domestic Shock a caused if we can Trust contemporary memoirs by his discovery of an innocently incestuous relation Between his daughter and an undisclosed illegitimate the Kings first attack is said to ave occurred in 1762 when he was 24, and 14 years before the american revolution. His son later George in was appointed Prince Regent in 1811 because of his illness. Georges doctors probably would not have been Able to do anything for porphyria but for a a madness they bled purged and blistered him and sometimes encased him in a a restraint chair or straitjacket. He was also Blind and deaf when he died. Estate of Edith s. Williams state of Vermont probate court District of Bennington is. To All interested persons at the probate court in Bennington on the 10th Day of february 1966, an instrument purporting to be the last will and testament of Edith s. Williams late of Bennington in said District was presented for probate. And it is ordered by said court that the 3rd Day of March 1966, at the pro Bate office in Bennington at 11 00o�?Tclock in the Forenoon be assigned for proving said instrument and that notice thereof be Given to All persons concerned by publishing this order three weeks successively in the Bennington Banner a newspaper circulating in that Vicinity in said District previous to the time appointed therefore you Are hereby notified to appear before said court at the time and place aforesaid and contest the probate of said while you have cause. Given under my hand at Bennington in said District this 10th Day of february 1966. Catherine c. Behan Register feb. 15-22-March i Banner want and dept. Open Mon. Thru Fri. 8 80 . To 5 . Closed saturday local rates word rate charge computed below for 15 words on additional words phone 2-2634 times charge Cash 1 Day 1.20 1.18 2 Days 1.50 1.85 3 Days 1.58 1.48 4 Days 1.95 1.65 5 Days 2.25 1.88 6 Days 2.48 2.25 the Banner reserves the right to edit revise or reject any advertisement. Classified display 17 per line charge 16 per line Cash. Minimum 56 lines. The Banner does not know. Ingle accept help wanted advertisements in violation of the Federal wage hour Law which states that employees engaged in interstate or foreign Commerce or in the production of goods for such Commerce must be paid not less than $1.25 an hour and at least time and one half for hours worked after 40 in a work week or in violation of the child labor Laws which sets 16 years As the minimum age for most jobs. Office 425 main St. Bennington dial 442-2684 deadlines close set and style ads noon before publication display ads two working Days before publication Legal notices estate of Mary t. Holden state of Vermont probate court District of Bennington is. To All interested persons whereas said court has assigned the 17th Day of february next for examining and allowing the account of the administrator of the estate of said Mary t. Holden late of Bennington and for a decree of the residue of said estate to the lawful claimants of the same and ordered that Public notice thereof be Given to All persons interested in said state by publishing this order three weeks successively previous to the Day assigned in the Bennington Banner a newspaper published at Bennington in said District. Therefore you Are hereby notified to appear at the probate office in Bennington at 2 00 of clock in the afternoon then and there to contest the allowance of said account of you see cause and to establish your right As heirs legatees and lawful claimants to said residue. Given under my hand this 28th a of january. 1966. Catherine e. Behan Register feb. 1-8-15 estate of Elizabeth Powers Ryan state of Vermont probate court District of Bennington is. To All interested persons whereas said court has assigned the 16th Day of february next for examining and allowing the account of the administrator of the estate of said Elizabeth Powers Ryan late of Bennington and for a decree of the residue of said estate to the lawful claimants of the same and ordered that Public notice thereof be Given to All persons interested in said estate by publishing this order three weeks successively previous to the Day assigned in the Bennington Banner a newspaper published at Bennington in said District. Therefore you Are hereby notified to Legal notices appear at the probate office in Bennington at 2 00 of clock in the afternoon then and there to contest the allowance of said account of you see cause and to establish your right As heirs legatees and lawful claimants to said residue. Given under my hand this 28th Day of january 1966. Catherine c. Behan Register feb. 1-8-15 notice please Check your and the first Day it is published. The runner will assume responsibility Only for the first i was error estate of Francis e. Morrisse state of Vermont probate court District of Bennington is. To All interested persons whereas said court has assigned the 17th Day of february next for examining and allowing the account of the executors of the estate of said Francis e. Morrissey late of Bennington and for a decree of the residue of said estate to the lawful claimants of the same and ordered that Public notice thereof be Given to All persons interested in said estate by publishing this order three weeks successively previous to the Day assigned in the Bennington Banner a newspaper published at Bennington in said District. Therefore you Are hereby notified to appear at the probate office in Bennington at 11 00 of clock in the Forenoon then and there to contest the allowance of said account of you see cause and to establish your right As heirs legatees and lawful claimants to said residue Given under my hand this 28th Day of january 1966. Catherine c. Behan Register feb. 1-8-15 Legal notices Trust estate of Charles s. Buchanan state of Vermont probate court District of Benning tem is. To All interested persons whereas said court has assigned the 2nd Day of March next for examining and allowing the accounts of the trustee of the estate of said Charles s. Buchanan late of Bennington covering the years 1964 and 1965, and ordered that Public notice thereof be Given to All persons interested in said estate by publishing this order three weeks successively previous to the Day assigned in the Bennington Banner a newspaper published at Bennington in said District. Therefore you Are hereby notified to appear at the probate office in Bennington at 2 . Of clock in the Forenoon then and there to contest the allowance of said account of you see cause. Given under my hand this 31st Day of january 1966. Catherine c. Behan Register county National Bank trustee feb. 15-22-March i Trust estate of William e. Hawks state of Vermont probate court District of Bennington is. To All interested persons whereas said court has assigned the 16th Day of february next for examining and allowing the account of the trustee of the estate at said William f. Hawks late of Bennington and covering the year 1965, and ordered that Public notice thereof be Given to All persons interested in said estate by publishing this order three weeks successively previous to the Day assigned in the Bennington Banner a newspaper published at Bennington in said District. Therefore you Are hereby notified to appear at the probate office in Bennington at 11 00 of clock in the Forenoon then and there to contest the allowance of said account of you see cause. Given under my hand this 26th Day of january 1966. Catherine c. Behan Register county National Bank trustee feb. 1-8-15 com Mission Erst notice estate of Avery s. Whitman the undersigned having been appointed by the honorable probate court for the District of Bennington commissioners to receive examine and adjust the claims and demands of All persons against Hie estate of Avery s. Whitman late of Woodford in said District deceased and All claims exhibited in offset thereto hereby give notice that we will meet for the purpose aforesaid at the office of t. Carry Buckley in the town of Bennington in said District on the 27th Day of apr and 27th Day of july next from to of clock . Until 5 o clock ., on each of said Days and that six months from the 27th Day of january 1966, is the time limited by said court for said creditors to present their claims to us for examination and allowance dated at Bennington this 27th Day of january 1966. T. Garry Buckley Edward Kuhn commissioners feb. 8-15-22 Legal notices commissioners notice i estate of Edwin Allen Cole the undersigned having been appointed by the honorable probate court for the District of Bennington commissioners to receive examine and adjust the claims and demands of All persons against the estate of Edwin Allen Cole late of Bennington in said District deceased and All claims exhibited in offset thereto hereby give notice that we will meet for the purpose aforesaid at the office of Joseph Shea in the town of Bennington in said District on the 4th Day of May and 4th Day of August next from to of clock ., until 5 of clock . On each of said Days and that six months from the 4th Day of february 1966, is the time limited by said court for said creditors to present their claims to us for examination and allowance. Dated at Bennington this 4th Day of february 1966. Joseph Shea Elizabeth Salem commissioners feb. 15-22-March i citizens caucus the Legal voters of the Village at Bennington Are hereby warned to meet in caucus at the state armory on wednesday february 16, 1966 at 8 00 ., Eastern Standard time to transact the following business 1 a to nominate candidates for Village office to be voted on at the annual Village meeting tuesday March 15, 1966. 2 a to transact any other business found proper when met. Harold g. Griffin Donald c. Hicks Francis j. Hogan feb. 7-9-15 estate of Clarence Briggs the undersigned having been appointed by the honorable probate court for the District of Bennington commissioners to receive examine and adjust the claims and demands of All persons against the estate of Clarence Briggs late of Bennington in said District deceased and All claims exhibited in offset thereto hereby give notice that we will meet for the purpose aforesaid at the office it t. Garry Buckley in the town of Bennington in said District on the 27th Day of apr and 27th Day of july next from to of clock ., until 5 of clock ., on each of said Days and that six months from the 27th Day of january 1966, is the time limited by said court for said creditors to present their claims to us for examination and allowance. Dated at Bennington this 27th Day of january 1966. T. Garry Buckley Richard Vachon commissioners feb. 8-15-22 monuments cemetery lots 5 Hock of Ages Granite Barre Guild Seal. . Carver. Call 2-4808. Display at 126 Washington Avenue. By appointment appreciated. Personals give away two Fine puppies left 4 months old. Make Good Coon dogs. Call Holt. Hoosick Falls 686-9286. The never Dould have happened if i had t 600fep up i hat to pid 5peliin6 see Jhen the teacher Taid ror my to ref a eco Maze Quot the pm St thine that came to my mind rjae Jill la mavs. Of u Ell my be 5ome Tah afer in ordain up i la wee us slut mave and i la Tel. Him a hat happened and Joe a. Nat a Odd Lalosh to Cather something inside what in the world could by inside a Lacier f How abour. A Little freezing ult ? 7�? Blondie Okay by on of now what were Vou telling Ive a few minutes ago Quot you very sick but Rem mfr to Tel be to Wene Aqui on Roop of hut the eni you put paint on Pace to deceive have fun. If it s not verboten by the Teniers. And guard that Mink stole with your life. I be still got five payments to Ion Bennington manner tuesday february 15, 1966nuon

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