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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - January 12, 1966, Bennington, Vermont 12�?bennington Banner wednesday january 12, 1966experts question safety of cars surgeons meet thursday in Burlington fellowships awarded gym for . Work Burlington a the graduate College of the University of Vermont has been awarded to additional National defense education act graduate fellowships under the . Office of education program which seeks to increase the nation s Supply of qualified College teachers and to expand University facilities for the graduate training of such teachers. Ulm is one of 19 new England colleges and universities and one of 172 institutions nationally to share the 6,000 idea graduate fellowships for the coming year. Maximum award to any institution was 95 fellowships. Or. William h. Macmillan Dean of the graduate College at Ulm said the fellowships will be available to Well qualified . Candidates in programs in botany chemistry psychology zoology and in a new . Program the graduate College is planning to inaugurate in electrical engineering. He said the to new idea fellowships bring to a total of 17 the number the University has received in the past two years. The program was authorized by Congress in 1958 to encourage universities to establish new . Programs or expand existing programs. A the winning of these fellowships and a number of others which carry stipends for the student and for the University has helped the University of Vermont considerably in the development of its graduate pro Grams Quot or. Macmillan said. New England institutions receiving idea fellowships include Harvard and Yale 95 Brown 80 the University of Massachusetts 45 Mit 36 the University of Connecticut 35 Boston University and Brandeis 30 University of Rhode Island 16 Tufts 14 Vermont to Clark University northeastern and University of new Hampshire 8 each Dartmouth 6 and Boston College Springfield College University of Maine and Dpi 4 each. Fellowships include a stipend for the recipient of $2,000 for the first year $2,200 the Sec Ond and $2,400 for the third year plus dependency allowances and an award of $2,500 per fellow per year to the institution at which the fellow is registered. Quot in Short these Are very attractive awards Quot Dean Macmillan said. Interested persons May obtain further information about the idea fellowships and other graduate opportunities at Ulm through the graduate College office on the first floor of the Waterman building. Parking costs More in Boston Boston a Bostons parking rates Are the highest in the country the automobile Legal associations nationwide Survey of parking costs in 29 major cities revealed today. Ala complied prices of downtown parking lots and garages in each City and averaged them into one hour and three hour rates for each City. Quot Bostons a league leading average for one hour is $1.20 los Angeles followed with an average of 73 cents new Orleans was next with a 63-cent average Chicago was fourth with a 58-cent hourly average rate. The average hourly rate for the 29 cities was 36 cents Quot said Philip c. Wallwork Ala executive. Quot Low City on the totem pole was Cedar rapids Iowa which had an average hourly rate of 13 cents. Quot for three hour parking Boston again had the dubious Honor of leading with an average of $3.60,&Quot Wallwork said. Quot los Angeles was second with a $1.70 average then new Orleans with $1 -08, and St. Louis with a 98-cent average. The average three hour rate for All cities was 72 cents. Cedar rapids was the least expensive for three hours with a 33-cent average 3,250-year-old Tomb found by archaeologist in Crete Athens Greece a the Queen wearing a full length Robe with Gold sequins her necklaces and favorite rings was Laid to rest in a covered Clay coffin. The remains were then placed in a room adjoining the Royal Tomb. At the close of the burial ceremony the Queens horse was killed in sacrifice and the animals head was imm ured As the Queens grave was walled off. This happened about 3,250 years ago on a Hill in Crete to Miles Southeast of Knossos capital of the legendary King Minos. This was the Center of an advanced civilization that flourished on the Island Between 3000 and 1400 . The Queens grave has been discovered by greek archaeologists who pieced together a Story of the Queens funeral and recovered a wealth of Gold jewelry. It was the first ancient cretan burial chamber Ever found that grave robbers had never touched. Yannis Sakellarakis the archaeologist had been exploring Fournel a Hill near Archana a Mountain Village South of her Kelion Crete a modern main town. Last year he found there Gummi known Fok values open tonight till ruins of a minoan Palace that was assumed to be the summer residence of the Kings of Knossos. But Sakellarakis was intrigued by a curious Cave near the ruins. Local shepherds were using it As a shelter in bad weather. The Cave turned out to be the sunken top of a Tholos a circular Tomb shaped like a Beehive that had been plundered by robbers in the roman period about 2,000 years ago. The robbers however had not noticed the adjoining burial chamber sealed off by a Wall in which the horses head was found imm ured. Inside the grave was an intact terracotta sarcophagus. Only the lid had broken under the weight of the Earth that had fallen in. The coffin was four feet Long and almost two feet wide. It stood four legs to a height of two and a half feet. A papyrus Leaf Motif was painted on the sides. The remains inside had turned into a layer of dust six inches deep. There were 120 Gold Oigt jets a a treasure worthy of Royalty. The absence of any weapons a daggers swords Spears indicated that this had been a Queens resting place. All the jewelry except one ring dated from the years after 1400 . When the greeks from the Mainland had held Sway in Crete. The Queen had been wearing five Gold rings and eight necklaces. A Gold Cylinder the size of a wide Bracelet had held her hair locks. The Signet ring which dated from before 1400 . And was clearly an heirloom had a worship scene so delicately carved that experts now regard this As the finest cretan ring of that period Ever found. Three of the necklaces were made of Gold beads. The five others were made of semiprecious Stone. Inside the chamber there were several Bronze objects such As vases and mirrors As Well As a number of Clay vases and pieces of Ivory with delicate carvings. Sakellarakis said he planned to explore the entire Tomb which is 13 feet in diameter in detail. His Hope is that the ancient grave robbers were not too thorough. Open an account up to three years to pay free delivery free storage a to furniture co. 519-525-529 main Street Bennington phone 442-5346 open Friday evenings Des Moines Iowa up a a spokesman for the nations automobile makers was scheduled to testify today at a state safety hearing which has heard Sharp criticism that most american made cars Are not Safe to drive. The hearing called after . Motorists smashed All existing traffic death records in 1965, is designed to explore ways in which safer cars could be built. While the big four Auto companies apparently declined an invitation from Iowa atty. Gen. Lawrence Sealise to Send representatives to the hearing an official of the automobile manufacturers association was scheduled to testify today. In two previous Days of testimony automotive experts engineers and scientists have contended that existing safety equipment on . Cars is not adequate. Ocee retch editor of Quot Road test Quot Magazine testified tuesday that car buyers Are being Quot lied to deceived and he said on the basis of Road tests conducted by his publication "95 per cent of american cars rate Only retch said most brakes offered As Standard equipment on 1966 models were inadequate and tires were not capable of taking heavy overloads. Quot with the exception of three cars a Chevrolet a Corvette and Corvair and Oldsmobile a a Tornado a he said 31 american cars tested Quot Are straight out of the 1936 Chassis design school. Only three have disc brakes As Standard equipment. Burlington a the surgeons of the state will gather in Burlington thursday for a Day and evening of scientific business and social activities according to or. Deane f. Mosher of Newport president of the Vermont chapter american College of surgeons. The occasion is the Winter Quot open Quot meeting of the chapter for All physicians doing surgery in Vermont up state new York and Northern new Hampshire co sponsored by the Vermont trauma committee and the surgical Section of the Vermont state medical society. Beginning with registration at 1 30 . In the Austin auditorium of the Mary Fletcher Hospital and with or. William m. Stahl presiding the following papers will be Given Quot arterial injuries of extremities Quot by or. Arthur r. Wright of Montpelier Quot injuries of the thoracic Aorta Quot by or. David Pilcher my senior surgical resident Ulm College of Medicine Quot a plea for preservation of the ovary Quot by or. Benjamin f. Clark of St. Johnsbury Quot abdominal trauma Quot by or. Maurice e. Rowe also of St. Johnsbury and Quot recent trends in cancer chemotherapy by drs. Carleton r. Haines and h. James Wallace both of Burlington. Or. R. W. Mccauley of St. Johnsbury will Lead the discussion. Dinner will be held at the Holiday inn on the Williston Road South Burlington with or. Mosher presiding and or. Ralph r. Jardine of Lyndonville president of the Vermont state medical society As speaker. First National stores another big Money saving event for greatest Over All value i with Quality variety Courtesy a plus. My Keapple juice it 14 of can flour Robin Hood 15 la bag shortening 2 Ibi of can Crisco salad 1 it 8 of Bot a \ of a it a it to of a if 4. Ii it it w of to. 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