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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - February 28, 1966, Bennington, Vermont 2-Bennington Harmer monday february 28, 1966 around Vermont major Davis Heads Fri associates Burlington up a major Glen Davis Deputy commissioner of the Vermont department of Public safety has been elected president of the Fri Academy associates of Vermont. Davis replaces det. It. Robert Abare of the Burlington police department. North \ in native to speak Burlington up a a former charge d affaires and acting ambassador of the South Viet Nam embassy is scheduled to speak at Trinity College tuesday night. Pham Khac Rau a native of North Viet Nam who was driven from his country by the communist Advance will discuss communist guerrilla tactics and internal and external methods of seeking Power. Breaks neck Iii car it Irish Burlington up a Floyd Smith jr., 21, of Burlington was reported in critical condition today following a one car Accident at Milton town. Smith suffered a broken neck sunday when a car in which he was a passenger swerved off . Route 7 into a Utility pole. Police said that Mark Bergeron 19, of Burlington the Driver suffered minor injuries and was released after treatment at a Hospital. Teachers Quot salaries raised Ludlow a a new salary guide effective july i has been adopted by the Ludlow Board of education. It raises minimum and maximum salaries in All categories and will Cost about $12,000 a year for each of the next four years. It is anticipated that the new guide will not raise the local tax As state Aid and tuition receipts should make up for the increased expenditure. Man Dies from heart attack West Dover a the death saturday of Joseph Gilbert Powell of Waterford conn., at the Snow Lake Lodge Here has been attributed a heart attack by or. Milton Wolf of Wilmington regional medical examiner. Driver crawls for help Rutland a Douglas Hadden 37, of Killington Heights is reported in satisfactory condition at Rutland Hospital where he was admitted sunday after he crawled from the wreckage of his car on route 4 in Mendon and flagged Down a passing Motorist for help. According to police he was travelling East when his 1960 convertible skidded into a set of guard rails. His car was thrown nearly too feet Down an embankment and then continued to Roll Landing 284 feet from the Edge of the Highway. Stall employ men continues High Montpelier up a the state department of employ ment Security reported today that january marked the 24th consecutive month in which total employment in the state reached a record High. The department estimated that the mid month Job figure was 154,300, up 8,600 from 1965s previous january High. Over in sew York his Ami her candidacy scored Troy a the Troy record today editorially frowned on what it Calls the a this and her candidacy of gov. And mrs. George Wallace of Alabama. That states a image does no to Shine very brightly these Days As the state permits Rabid segregationists to Blacken its name a the newspaper said. A it is almost inconceivable the thinking people of the state will vote to continue such policies by accepting the his and her candidacy of or. And mrs. inlets a go go Quot again Troy a theme of the eighth annual african Violet show of the Uncle Sam african Violet society of Troy March 19 and 20 at Troy masonic Temple will be a violets a eight decorative classes at the popular show will be named Rock and Roll the Watusi the swim discotheque memories the frug Little rockers and real Cool rockers. Arsenal Lodge to hear scions la i Ham a Richard Walsh of Elnora has been chosen chairman of the third annual installation dinner of Watervliet Arsenal Lodge 2352 american federation of government employees March 26 at 7 30. Speakers at the dinner will be congressmen Leo w. Of Brien Carleton j. King and Samuel s. Stratton. Andrew m. Pinckney prominent Albany attorney will be toastmaster. Down in Berkshire Burns to talk Altun new Book Williamstown a James Macgregor Burns chairman of the department of history and Public affairs at Williams College will talk about his new Book a presidential government when he joins a just published a Host Richad Sterne thursday at 7 30 . On Channel 17, Emht. Child revived by resuscitator Adams a a five year old boy Dennis Gazaille of Adams who was accidentally burled in the Snow Friday afternoon was revived by police using a resuscitator. The child was playing near the family driveway while it was being slowed after the to Inch snowfall. The child was discovered under the Snow soon after the police were called. Theft proof mail boxes devised Pittsfield a Joseph c. Lysonski of this City a longtime employee in the local Post office has devised a method to make mail boxes in hotels motels Banks and other Public places More theft proof. He has been presented a $75 suggestion award by acting postmaster Robert b. Dillon on behalf of the department. No details were revealed. Theater to Jose doors North Adams a the Paramount theater Here closes its doors permanently sunday night. Western mass. Heaters is transferring its operations to the Mohawk theater. The Paramount will be demolished soon by North Adams futures to help Clear the site for s new shopping Center. The Mohawk a ill be the last of three main Street Heaters Here. Ford Calls for sharing automobile safety features Maine civic group promises a Active interest in murders Detroit up a Ford motor company s top safety executive called today for immediate Industry wide utilization of safety features developed by individual car markers. A we be got to get away from one up Manship in installing safety features Quot said John s. Bugas vice president and consultant to Board chairman Henry Ford ii in an interview. Bugas said if it could be done without violating anti Trust Laws car makers should reap publicity benefits for developing safety features then release them for use by competitors so they can be installed on All cars As quickly As possible. A there has been a tendency to put these things on six or eight or ten months before the other Guy could Quot Bugas said. He said this should Stop so All cars could be As Safe As possible. Bugas said his approach would maintain a an element of Competition in safety Quot since the Developer would win acclaim for his contribution. It would Spur safety improvements much More than would government regulation he said. He also said Public interest in safety has reached the Point where marketing executives now quickly endorse installation of proven safety equipment. Some Industry critics have maintained that car makers sacrifice safety advances in the belief they would impair sales. A safety won t sell cars yet but Lack of safety will keep us from Selling cars Quot Bugas said. Waterville Maine up a the Maine Christian civic league Winner last week in a liquor Laws Battle prepared today to make its own investigation of four murder cases in the state. Hermit couple arrested so they can receive help Detroit up a a god told me to build a $2,500 garage in my backyard Quot said the White haired bearded pensioner a and there i would invent something that would end All our material that was three years ago just after a heart attack Cost Robert Seley the welding Job he had held for 17 years. He and his wife Joanna needed something to solve their a material so they mortgaged their furniture to raise the Money to build the garage. But Seley did t have time to invent anything. Just after the garage was finished the mortgage company evicted them for failing to make the payments on their Home. Since then Seley 62, and his 52-year-old wife have lived in their 12-year-old car. They bathed with rubbing alcohol and ate cold cheap canned goods they had to live like hermits Seley said because the $73.80 a month he gets from social Security a won t pay for a room last week their old car broke Down. They pushed it into a suburban service station run by Walter Oranchuck who also is a township supervisor. Oranchuck told them their car was beyond repair. But he realized the couple needed help so he called the police. Since the Seley s afford to move the car they were arrested for trespassing. The couple took Only their bibles As they went with police a Seley to the Hospital and his wife to the county jail. Today both were eating hot meals taking hot Baths and sleeping Between sheets. And Macomb county had a petition pending before the court to get help for the Hermit couple. League superintendent Benjamin c. Bubar said the league had promised residents of Washington Aroostook and Penobscot counties that it would take an a Active interest Quot in the murder cases. These include the killings of Cyrus Everett a 14-year-old fort Fairfield newsboy Donna Mauch 24, also of fort Fairfield Peter Francis a 58-year-old Passamaquoddy Indian who was slain in Eastport last fall and a fourth murder the league did not specify. Bubar who classified his organization As a a Public watchdog Quot for Maine churches Ald the league s role in the murder cases would be a in keeping with the leagues interest in Law enforcement and morality in he did not specify the Type of investigation that would be carried out or the agencies or persons to be investigated. On another front Bubar Aid the league also would investigate Public officials who misuse state facilities and funds. Horsing around new Home in the living Melita Wrights family his old stall in the a Prince velvet eyes his room of a cottage owned by of Pembroke mass., after cellar garage was flooded. Up order your new wallpaper now. Schumacker Waverly Thorpe Imperial Cal Logan Nancy Warren Bellemare amp sons 13 North Bonn. Re. Dial 2-6009 t and Way amp the new Way to total Home heating Comfort away Petroleum corp. Max Perrotta mgr. Dial 2-6800 satisfactory regress for South african quintuplets East London South Africa up a the first known quintuplets bom in South Africa were making a satisfactory Progress a today and were reported out of danger. They were born saturday to mrs. Noesi go Zulu 41, whose husband works As a Coa handler at a Power station and earns $11.90 a week. Sunday the 42-year-old father Tapeni Tuku Tese worked overtime because a will need All the Money i can earn to feed my under tribal Law mrs. Go Zulu retains her tribal name. But Money Isnit Tuku Teseso Only problem. He shares a Small room with his father in Duncan Village outside of East London. His wife normally lives in Sentani in Transki. A when in a in bed and my father is sleeping on the floor there a no room for anyone else a he said. A will have to find a House. I Hope the government will help so my wife can stay Here for a time. When they re bigger they can go to the Tuk Uleses have a son of four living with a grandmother near Sentani. In 1958, his wife had twins a boy and a girl who died a year later. Building coming Down forced to relocate a everything must go savings up to 60 Lynda capturing spotlight by dating Hollywood actor Washington up a Luci Johnson May beat her older sister to the altar but Lynda is capturing the spotlight these Days by dating movie actor George Hamilton. That state of affairs seems to suit president and mrs. Johnson just Fine. They be watched 18-year-old Luci upstage the More reserved Lynda 21, at every turn for some time. Now Lynda is coming into her own. She has Felt that her much publicized studious Ness and her top grades at College May have helped her academically but not with the boys. Her Mother says she is Happy Lynda is having fun. Indeed the White House does no to seem to mind its new link with Hollywood in the form of the personable and darkly handsome Hamilton. That a Fine with Luci. Now that she a engaged to airman Patrick j. Nugent of Waukegan 111., Luci feels a the pressures off Luci and Lynda have taken two different approaches to their personal lives since entering the White House. Deeply attached to her old friends Luci gave a list of them to the White House switchboard at the outset a and they can Call her any time. Lynda More cautious less outgoing has always feared she would be the prey of a opportunists Quot and would be dated for her Money or the publicity that would accrue to the Boyfriend. But those close to Lynda know that she is All agog Over Hamilton. He has flown in from Europe especially to Squire her around on a Gay weekend. She has his picture on her Wall at the Zeta Tau Alpha sorority House at the University of Texas and Hamilton has kept the trans Atlantic Telephone lines buzzing. All this has Given her a new image on Campus a it that of Jet set swinger a and she likes it. Fhe Hennington Banner telephones business. 442-6300 newsroom. 442-2800 advertising. 442-268 the Bennington Banner is published daily except sunday and Legal holidays at 425main 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. Home delivery by Carrier and motor delivery 10c per Day subscription rates by Mai or 50-mile radius and All Vermont 3 months $6.30, 6 month $1 1.70, i year $22.50. Elsewhere in the . 3 months $7.00, 6 months $13.00, i year 25.oo. Second class postage paid at Bennington it. 05201 Hamilton meanwhile has been playing it very Cool. Even his publicity Man has not noted or commented on his White House association which appears to be deepening. 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