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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - February 24, 1966, Bennington, Vermont Young Radical speculates on link Between Kenned Viet War by Alan i. Soph Rin Burlington a a trim and attractive 29-year-old new York editor and part time Secretary monday night stunned a University of Vermont audience of too students with speculations on possible connections Between the assassination of president Kennedy and the present . Administration policy in Viet Nam. Miss Deirdre Griswold editor of partisan review the publication of the militantly left Wing and anti War organization youth against War and fascism Yawn spoke at the Billings student Center on the Ulm Campus on a the War in the Light of the Kennedy though she emphasized that there is no direct evidence that the Kennedy assassination was in fact a conspiracy or a coup do eat she was equally emphatic in her startling claim that people who examine the Warren commission report on the assassination fifty years from now May conclude that Only a conspiracy or a coup d eat can explain what she called the reports her audience was visibly astounded by her Basic thesis that president Kennedy a opposition to an expanded War in Asia created a a motivation Quot among government and military officials who strongly desired and urgently advised a greatly expanded asian War her next Point equally As provocative was that she believed that her imaginary 21st Century reviewers of the Warren report would conclude that the commission had ignored contradictions in the evidence because it was dominated by five members who approved of expanding . Military action in Asia. She listed these five As Allen Dulles former head of the Central intelligence Agency sen. Richard Russell congressmen Gerald Ford and Hale Boggs and Diplomat John j. Mccloy there were startled gasps from the audience when she said that Harry Truman As president of the United states and commander in chief of the armed forces could a get rid of general Macarthur by firing him but there is Only one Way for a general to get rid of the she said that the contradictions in the Warren commission evidence resulted from conflicting testimony on the number of shots fired conflicting testimony on the direction the shots came from and from the failure of the commission to investigate what she called the Quot right Wing connections Quot of Jack Ruby the Man who shot Lee Harvey Oswald county jails a first line of defense against crime Montpelier a help for the county jails As Quot the states first line of defense against crime Quot was called for Here tuesday by Harold Potter Washington county sheriff and president of the Vermont sheriffs association. In Bills before the legislature sheriffs now Are seeking a raise in pay and in daily allowances for prisoners they keep. Commenting on the recent break of four prisoners out of the Chittenden county jail sheriff Potter said Quot we agree with gov. Hoff. The county jails need help. Quot before Vermont spends millions on a new prison Why not give the county jails the help they need the jails Are the states first line of defense against crime. No one questions their need and their place in bringing criminals to Justice. There in the Community is where lawbreakers Are held pending trial and where they Are imprisoned for minor offences. Quot we hear a lot about a modern while housed in county jails Youthful and firs time offenders could receive counselling. Many county sheriffs have run their shops with rehabilitation in mind. In la out of 14 counties inmates have worked out and earned pay and savings to the advantage of All concerned. A but the sheriffs have Laboured under Adverse conditions which deserve Relief. With better conditions at county jails and Counselor to assist we can turn More beginning criminals into Law abiding vermonters a and we wont have enough serious lawbreakers left to fill up a new Potter told a member of friends of rehabilitation for which is striving for Community entered correctional facilities that most county jails do not even have space appropriate for quiet counselling Between offender and probation officer or social worker or for conversation Between the Man in jail and his visiting wife and youngsters who sheriff Potter said Quot can often help a Man change his in another development along the states correctional front for reported that it had Learned that buildings and property which Vermont could have had Quot for nothing last Spring to use As forestry Camps have since been sold by the Federal government for Over $150,000. Last Spring for supported corrective Center legislation which would have provided for use of 27 private dwellings and land at East Haven. Living there for proposed Youthful offenders would have worked for the Forest and Parks department in Vermont a Willoughy state Forest in new members welcomed by fire auxiliary four new members were welcomed at the regular monthly meeting of the Rural fire department auxiliary held monday night at the Willow Road firehouse. They were mrs. Clara Dupee mrs. Patricia Hebert mrs. Joanne Farrington and mrs. Gloria Jean Stoddard. Fourteen attended. Surprise package was Given to mrs. Janet Mattson. Collections of $3.50 and Sunshine fund of $1.40 were taken at the meeting. The food committee for the april 18 meeting will be mrs. Marie Turgeon and mrs. Mary Sauer. Refreshments of cake ice Cream and Coffee were served by mrs. Mildred Howe and mrs. Lillian Rice. West Burke Darling state Park in Burke and Kirby and in the Victory state Forest. The legislation for corrective centers opposed by the Hoff administration was offered As an alternative to construction of a medium Security prison and was Defeated by la votes in the House. According to a report from r. H. Heald chief of the real property division of the general services administration for said the 27 East Haven buildings plus 8.4 acres of land with water storage Reservoir and sewage treatment Plant were sold on oct. 20, 1965, to Coffee amp Teachout plumbing firm of Burlington for $115,108. Other property on the Mountain consisting of 50 acres and buildings was sold on nov. To for $41,500 to Edward Sawyer of Lyndonville. In a statement Here today t. Wesley Grady of Underhill for treasurer said Quot when the department of institutions opposed the for pro Gram last session and let these buildings go it was not Only a $150,000 loss for Vermont it was a great tragedy for the Youthful offenders of our state. Nothing John Woodhull institutions commissioner can say or do now can overcome for remain opposed to construction of a prison and favors a program of work counselling corrective centers this session. Measles vaccine clinic scheduled for sunday new from one Quot jewel greeting Quot is Worth More than 1000 greeting cards a jewel greeting is three cheerful thing1, a sparkling Quality jewelry gift a personal greeting card and a delightfully decorated Surprise package read to mail anywhere to anyone you wish to make Happy on any occasion w Hen you wan1 to Send More than a card satisfy your curiosity come in discover the toy of giving Anson jewel greetings wide Choice from ii 50 ready to mail jewellers a so re milks 40 a Bam a Aon sunday from to . To i . There will be a free measles vaccine clinic for All children in Bennington and the surrounding area from Ages i year through 15 years who have not had the real also known As red measles or already had the shot. This will be Given at the Bennington elementary school sponsored by the elementary school Pat in cooperation with the Vermont department of health. All children must be accompanied by an adult in order that they May sign a permission slip. The school Street Entrance should be used. The Pat Hopes that advantage will be taken of this free immunization to protect children against this serious disease which can result in heart trouble brain damage and vision and hearing losses. Measles is one of the most contagious childhood diseases and nearly 95 per cent of All children catch measles before they grow up. But now children done to have to catch measles any longer to be immune. A measles vaccine now makes the disease completely preventable. Doctors who will administer the vaccine will be or. Oliver Durand or. Dorothy Hager or. Marcel Lewis or. . Thrift shop the Thrift shop was started halloween weekend in 1952 by mrs. Bradford Smith with the proceeds Given to the United counselling service. For a few years the shop was in a Small building at the rear of the armory and later moved to its present location. All merchandise is Given and All work is Given by volunteers. The shop is open each Friday from 2 to 5 and saturday from to to 12. Each tuesday a group of volunteers meet to sort and Mark to get ready for the sales Days. On hand this week Are baby clothes and some baby powders lotions and shampoos several maternity dresses and Large size dresses Spring hats records books and aluminium cooking dishes. Requests have come in for chairs cribs highchairs children Scoats and overshoes. Recent workers were Marjorie Hayes Sally Cooper Caroline Darlington and Katharine Edson. Utterback and or. William Worthington. School nurses who will assist Are mrs. Frances Gibney mrs. Madalyn Greene mrs. Dorothea Haddad and mrs. Rachel Kinney. Mrs. Alice Howes of the Vermont department of health who helped plan the clinic and ordered the vaccine will also be on hand. Mothers of elementary school children who will be assisting Are mrs. Theodore Beatty mrs. Ralph Bennett mrs. Thomas Butterfield mrs. Eugene Clark mrs. Robert Condon mrs. John Ekwall mrs. Eugene Griffin mrs. David Morris mrs. John Morrissey mrs. Arthur Murphy mrs. Philip Noyes mrs. Steve Wassick and mrs. Bernard Winslow. Job training program has High placement Montpelier up a the Vermont Job training program is batting 80 per cent in placement of its trainees. The state department of employment Security has released figures for the program in a summary report of the Burlington and Middlebury areas. The Agency said of the 264 youths enrolled in 18 different courses a total of 177 have graduated during the three years of the federally financed manpower development and training program. Lawmakers cite Gilman for courage Montpelier up a the Vermont special session has formally cited Richard w. Gilman for courageous service in the face of peril. Gilman a truck Driver for Peoples fuel co. In Rutland rescued Marie and Angela Stan Nard from their burning apartment feb. 18, before fire Crews arrived to fight the Blaze. A joint Resolution was Given final approval wednesday in the Senate. The Stannard children were rescued by Gilman who dashed into the burning Structure and carried the 10-month old twin daughters of Daniel Stannard to safety. Kennedy a presumed Assassin. She claimed that the magnitude of the . Military buildup in Southeast Asia proves that the . Really plans an All out asian War and that the administration is hiding this from the american people by telling them that we Are Only fighting for the Freedom of South Viet Nam. Miss Griswold who remained articulate and unperturbed in the face of vigorous questions and derogatory statements from the audience said that she was proud to admit the truth of a recent Newsweek article on the new student left which described her partisan review As the a most militant a of the new left Wing publications she said the Yawn has Only one alternative to the present administration policy in Viet Nam a Complete immediate and total withdrawal of american troops. She disagrees with sen. Robert Kennedy a proposal for a Compromise settlement allowing the Viet Cong a share in the government of South Viet Nam. Kennedy she stated Quot is a political opportunist. He is Only trying to assume the leadership of the faction in the Senate which disagrees with the administration of Viet Yawn she said was formed four years ago having its origin in groups of students who marched in new York City in protest against a speech at Hunter College by George Lincoln Rockwell head of the american nazi party. It has no Parent group she alleged and is not affiliated with any organization. It is not she said As described in the Newsweek article a Quot Sliver of a splinter a a miss Griswold has marched in Many anti War protests and has talked in Europe with representatives of the Viet congas National liberation front. She was emphatic in her statements that she believes that military Power cannot successfully oppose the Quot social revolutions Quot which Are a taking place now in Asia and will continue to explode wearing a neat print dress medium Heel shoes and with her hair done in a Short Page boy Type Bob miss Griswold looked exactly like what she is when she is not editing speaking or marching a a Secretary in a new York office. She was formerly Secretary to Mark Lane the new York lawyer and former new York state assemblyman who was retained by Lee Harvey Oswald smother to represent Oswald before the Warren commission. Lane who has written a Book on the Warren commission report is now in England where the Book is being published. The lecture was sponsored by scope a Campus student cultural organization. Larrow favors lab control of sunday drinks Montpelier up a Robert Larrow chairman of the Vermont liquor control Board testified tuesday he would be in favor of a Bill that would give his Board jurisdiction Over sunday drinking Laws. Larrow told a House Public health committee that passage of the House Bill would not mean the current requirement that a person must order a full course meal to buy a drink will be dropped. He also suggested the sunday Blue Laws dealing with liquor and dancing be extended past Midnight saturday. Myca notes last saturday the Bennington area Myca or. His travelled Down to the Bennington lanes for a morning of Bowling As one of their extra activities. The group consisted of Marvin Sutton club Leader David Carrier Bobby Woodward who was High Man for the Day David Eddington Francis Morrissey Gary Mattson and Eddie balance Paul Riddle president of the or. His club was unable to go As he was out of town for the weekend. Thursday evening at the regular meeting of the or. His at 7 a movie a Triumph at Sebring Quot will be shown. This is one of a series of special programs that this group will have for future thursday night meetings. They Are planning a trip on saturday afternoon March 5, which will end up with a splash in the North Adams Myca swimming Pool. The regular f riday night dance for boys and girls sixth through ninth grades will be held at the Myca from 7 30 to 9 . There was a very Good turn out last Friday night with mrs. Russell e. Mack As chaperone. Some Cross to Bear York eng. Up a because of his height an extra Large Cross is being made for 6 foot 5 Inch actor John Westbrook who will play Christ in a play to be produced Here. Bennington Banner thursday february 21, 19 d �?5 Start shopping. Greenbergh a for j a better buys these items Quot on Sale a a one week Only Jan r Al to �v1 a i vav97 Quot loa�1 in bait Quot a tech Sim a. 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