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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - January 17, 1966, Bennington, Vermont Looking it Over a Bentley College students discuss features of scale Model of new 102-acre suburban Campus now under construction in Waltham mass. From the left Are Roland Lozeau or. Of Nashua n.h., Ronald Higgins of Bennington and Gordon j. Mclenithan also of Bennington. After viewing the Model they toured the area where site preparation has already been completed. As students enrolled in the a introduction to data processing course they also witnessed a demonstration of the Basic usage of tabulating equipment. Area unemployment drops but is above state average joblessness claimed under the per cent from 1964, it was re Vermont unemployment compel ported today by Frank h. Mud station Law in the Bennington area Gett unemployment insurance during 1965 decreased about 18 manager in the local office of in ii my it my ii in ii in. Ii in a in Timu a Mew in it a ii Tiwa. Ii get Choice gifts for plaid Stamps is sex m is is ass Isyss ass y super right Quality no backs included la. . Inspected fresh Chicken parts Chicken legs Chicken breasts double Stamps Hwak no wings included 55 59 heavy with juice Florida oranges 4 49 Iona Cann old goods your Choice 6 95 Green or Wax Cut Beans diced carrots Cream style Corn Green peas tomatoes is i of. Can i la. Can i la. Can i la. Can i la. Can m in Loh Bru k Silverbrook Creamery butter i la. Print 71 Marvel Brand neopolitan ice Cream Al Gal pkg. 59 Jane Parker Large 8 Inch i la. 8 of. Peach pies save 20c Jax Reg. 69c each t 6�ch prices effective in this town Only the great Atlantic a Pacific Tea company inc. Jouper markets 4 America s dependable food merchant since ust the department of employment Security. Weeks of total or partial unemployment totalled 17,555, compared with 21,456 in the preceding year. Unevenly distributed they ranged from a High of 2,888 in february to an october Low of 556. The areas insured unemployment rate averaged 5 per cent a figure that was somewhat below the 5.7 per cent rate in 1964, but Well above the statewide rate of 3.5 per cent february led with a rate of 10.6 per cent while the years Low of 2.1 per cent was reached in August september and october. Benefit payments from the states unemployment Reserve fund totalled $476,318, Down 17.5 per cent from the preceding years outlay. Individual weekly payments including those reduced because of part time employment averaged $31.52 for 14.3 weeks. 186 claimants exhausted their benefits compared to 292 in 1964, by filing for 26 weeks during their Benefit year. About 2,600 new spells of unemployment were recorded the same As 1964s total. By Industry these were the leading sources with per cent changes from the preceding year shown in parentheses apparel 722 21.5 service amp private households 421 19.9 wholesale amp retail Trade 273 -17.8 paper amp Allied products 267 45.1 contract construction 255 -14.1 printing publishing amp Allied 121 39.1. Featured a Leontina Calabro Mezzo Soprano who will sing various Arias during the three Bach concerts at St. P e t e re s episcopal Church Jan. 19, feb. 2 and 16 at 8 . Tickets Are obtainable at the Bennington Book store and the Parish House office on pleasant Street. Savants say . Gas use a gangsterism Cambridge mass. Up a a spokesman for 29 new England scientists has likened to gangsterism the United states use of chemicals to destroy crops believed grown for the Viet Cong in South Viet Nam. The comparison was made sunday at a news conference sponsored by the scientists who denounced the crop destruction in a letter to president Johnson and top officials. A even of it can be shown that the chemicals Are not toxic to Man such tactics Are barbarous because they Are indiscriminate a the letter said. A they represent an attack on the entire population of the Region where the crops Are destroyed combatants and non combatants a in other words a policeman act like a gangster a or. Bernard d. Davis of Harvard told the news conference. Davis is chairman of the department of bacteriology and immunology at the Harvard medical school. Signers of the letter included chemists biologists and physicians from Harvard Brandeis Massachusetts Institute of technology Tufts Dartmouth Amherst Institute for muscle research at Woods Hole mass., and the Worcester Institute for experimental biology. An estimated 75,000 acres of land controlled by the Viet Cong in South Viet Nam have been sprayed from air Force planes with what . Officials Call a commercial Weed killer not poisonous to Man. The scientists statement continued a in the crisis of world warn in which the direct threat to our country was far greater than any arising in Viet Nam today our government firmly resisted any proposals to employ chemical or biological warfare against our enemies. A the fact that we Are now resorting to such methods shows a shocking deterioration of our moral standards. These attacks Are also abhorrent to the general standards of civilized Mankind and their use will earn us hatred throughout Asia and elsewhere. A such attacks serve moreover As a precedent for the use of similar but even More dangerous chemical agents against our allies and ourselves. Chemical warfare is cheap Small countries can practice it effectively against us and will probably do so if we Lead the Way. A in the Long run the use of such weapons by the United states is thus a threat not an asset to our National mrs. Kennedy mentioned As candidate Toms River nil. Up a mrs. John f. Kennedy vacationing in Switzerland today had the apparently quite unsought endorsement of a county democratic organization As a u. S. Senatorial candidate. The Ocean county democratic committee wrote state democratic chairman Robert j. Burkhardt this weekend to push mrs. Kennedy As democratic opponent of sen. Clifford p. Case d-n.j., whose term expires this year. Mrs. Kennedy took a Home recently in Somerset county and has spent much time there with her children Caroline and John or. She was unavailable for comment on the endorsement. Reaction among democratic leaders were mixed. Somerset county democratic chairman John j. Carlin jr., said a a it a a terrific idea if we can get Cape May county democratic chairman Joseph Tennenbaum was opposed. A i done to know if the Ocean democrats Are serious a he said a but Jackie is a Little too far out for us. She belongs to the Jet set. Besides i think we be had enough Ken Nedys for a have North vietnamese troops quit War new York up a a Yale professor who returned recently from an unauthorized peace Mission to North Viet Nam speculated sunday that Hanoi May have withdrawn its troops from South Viet Nam in direct response to president Johnson a peace overtures. Staughton Lynd a Quaker who teaches history said at a news conference he based his speculation on a Jan. 5 interview he had with North Viet Nam Premier Pham Van Dong and on reports in Merican newspapers. During the 90-minute interview with Pham Lynd said the Premier denied Point Blank that any North vietnamese troops were aiding the Viet Cong in South Viet Nam. Lynd said this puzzled him but added to press reports Here indicating no Contact with North vietnamese troops since before the Christmas truce it a seems a possible indication of a favourable reaction to . Peace moves. At the same time the political action director of the committee for a sane nuclear policy san returned from a week of talks with vietnamese communists in Paris and Algiers and pleaded for indefinite suspension of bombing of North Viet Nam. A right now with a three week suspension of the bombing there is clearly less suspicion that i met with when i talked with these people last july a Sanford Gottlieb said. Bennington Banner monday january 17, 1966-5 five Day forecast Boston up a most of new England can expect below Normal temperatures for the next five Days tuesday through saturday the u. S. Weather Bureau said today. Mercury readings will average 2 to 4 degrees below the seasonal Normal except near Normal in Northern Maine. Moderating temperatures will occur tuesday and wednesday but it will turn colder again on Friday and saturday the five Day forecast said. Precipitation during the period will total on the average less than one half Inch of water occurring As occasional Light Snow principally in Northern new England on tuesday. Tax amp record service guaranteed Correct tax returns for Small business prepared by nationally recognized experts to make certain you pay the lowest possible tax rate. This plus a unique annual record system and other valuable services at unusually Low Cost. Write or Call or. Heindel after 6 00 . Box 92, Grafton Vermont Tel. Saxons River 4400 or 2133 taking the oath gov. Philip h. Hoff swears in former state senator Robert m. Wilson of Bennington As a member of the state Highway Board. He succeeds sen. Frederick j. Fayette of Burlington. Wean them with wine new York up a or. Morris Chafetz an assistant professor of clinical psychiatry at Harvard suggests that parents teach their children to drink while they Are in Grade school As a method of preventing adult alcoholism. Chafetz told a conference on alcohol and food in health and disease that children should be started on some weak drink like wine diluted with water. He said the drink should be gradually strengthened As the child grows older. Prize winners this week last weeks a question of the week was is the fascinating Candle Mill open All Winter at its regular fascinating hours answer sure. Prize winners who gave the right answer Are Marigold Petty Lester buttons Stanley Twitt better Luck next week to All you losers. Fife Candle Mill test Arlington. Vermont daily 9-5 sundays 1-5 a Snow Salt a Sand time we u u u wet mops mop handles amp pails mop wringers magnetic dust mops rugged dust pans counter brushes House brooms scrub brushes also door Mats Dir i sex for All cleaning o Revere pyrex Corning for All cooking a. H. Winslow. C. 335-343 main St. Bennington it. Your news quiz part i National and International give yourself to Points for each Correct answer. 1 Indian prime minister Shastri died just hours after signing an historic agreement with pakistanis president. Both nations promised new efforts to Settle their quarrel Over peacefully. 2 the White House revealed that there was a direct Contact Between our government and that of North Viet Nam. Why Are such direct contacts rare 3 foreign ministers of the Commonwealth of nations met to discuss Rhodesia. Which of the following Best describes the Commonwealth a an african organization a an outgrowth of the British Empire can anti communist Alliance 4 the Constitution requires a state of the Union message from the president to Congress. Does the Constitution say that it must be delivered yearly 5 one of the important officials of the second session of the 89th Congress is the speaker of the House of representatives. The speaker. A makes speeches for absent members a gives readings of Bills a presides Over meetings of the House part la words in the news take 4 Points for each word that you can match with its Correct meaning. 1.defect a angry 2.contraband a Lack of agreement 3.discord a set aside funds for a purpose 4.irate a smuggled goods 5.appropriate a join the enemy part Iii names in the news take 6 Points for names that you can correctly match with the clues. I John Mccormack a House minority Leader 2 Lewis b. Hershey a chairman Senate foreign relations 3 Carl Albert 4 j. W. Fulbright committee a speaker of the housed House majority Leader 5 Gerald Ford or. A selective service director vol. Xiv no. 17 a Vic inc., Madison i was. Sponsored by Bennington Hauler f first National Bank of North Bennington go a Tleta a pm Yum match word clues with their corresponding pictures or symbols. To Points for each Correct answer. I. Area held by Vietcong a 2. D 0 n i Oriental year 4664 starts january 21 3. One who urges Viet peace moves 4. G one who seeks44tough�?� Viet policy dec 5. Hunters to kill african surplus Fri Iron 6. I Triangle . Fortifies this nation 7. D president angered at american newsmen of 8. Common Market ministers meet 9. Athletes visit troops in Viet Nam 1 0. Palmer won . Open How do you rate score each Side of quiz separately 91 to too Points top score 81 to 90 Points excellent. 71 to 80 Points Good. 61 to 70 Points fair. 60 or under tymm this quiz is part of the educational program which this newspaper furnishes to schools in this area to stimulate interest in National and world affairs As an Aid to developing Good citizenship. Save this practice _ students valuable reference material for exams. Answers on reverse Page

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