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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - January 18, 1966, Bennington, Vermont 2-Bennington Banner tuesday january 18, 1966 around Vermont a operation outpost planned Montpelier Cupo a eleven cities in the state will be ready to Register Vermont motorists and their pleasure cars when the state motor vehicle department launches a operation outpost a next month. Beginning feb. 7, pleasure vehicles May be registered for the first time at locations outside Montpelier. The operation devised by motor vehicle commissioner James e. Malloy is expected to ease traffic in the registration Section of the motor vehicle department office. Announces candidacy for mayor St. Albans up a Joseph e. Fountain a reared Public relations director for the Central Vermont railway has announced he will run for mayor of St. Albans in March. Fountain who is 66, said monday he will run on the democratic ticket. He said he will run on a 10-Polnt platform which ranges from better press relations to full utilization of the advantages of expo 67. He also pledges a Complete review of All Federal programs the City might use. Republican mayor James Pignona has indicated he will not seek re Electon. Home health funds granted Montpelier a Vermont has been allocated $75,000 by the . Public health service under a Federal state Grant program to bolster medicare. The Grant will be used to promote Home health services in communities without Home health agencies or where such agencies have insufficient resources to Start or increase a culty. Dental society meets wednesday Rutland a the Vermont state dental society meets wednesday for its annual mid Winter session at the hotel Bardwell. Registration starts at 9 30 . In the hotel lobby with the meeting starting at to ., with dental practice administration As the topic. The business meeting starts at i . With children s dental health week set for february As one of the discussion topics. Or. Frank Bobbott of the epidemiology department of the University of Vermont s school of Medicine will discuss the resurgence of venereal disease. The Vermont state dental hygienists also will hold its midwinter meeting wednesday with miss Carol Greer of Burlington president conducting the program. Rare guns on display Montpelier a a collection of rare and unusual firearms assembled through the Courtesy of Ronald Erlsman president of the Peacham historical association is on display from 8 . To 4 30 . Dally except saturday and sunday at the Vermont historical society museum Here. The display includes weapons made in the late 16th Century As Well As unusual Cartridge pistols of the late 19th Century. Many of the weapons Are works of Art inlaid with Gold Ivory and precious stones. Before supreme court Katzenbach defends voting rights act american participation asked in an asian development Bank Washington up a the supreme court today looked to u. S. Atty. Gen. Nichols Deb. Katzenbach to defend the 1965 voting rights act against a massive attack by six Southern states. Katzenbach author of the Law celebrated his 44th birthday monday by listening to Southern attorneys use such expressions As a the Embo Diment of tyranny Quot to describe his brainchild. A the Case before the court has roots which go deep Quot Katzenbach told the court earlier in his Brief. A the voting rights act of 1965 corrects the failure of the nation a an agonizing and damaging failure to do Justuce to All of its people and to bring a Large class of its citizens into the mainstream of american life. Quot. Congress was bound ultimately to face the grave and harsh necessities and to fashion an instrument of redress which Cut to the Root and Branch. A so also we submit the courts May not Blind themselves to what the nation monday the court heard representatives of Mississippi Alabama Louisiana and Virginia As Well As South Carolina which brought the suit. Deputy assistant atty. Gen. E. Freeman Leverett of Georgia closes the Southern argument today. Katzenbach will be followed by attorneys for Massachusetts and new Jersey which support the Law. The statute suspends literacy tests for voting in states or counties where less than 50 per cent of the voting age population was registered on nov. I 1964 or voted in the presidential election that year. Washington up a the United states digging in for a Long War in Viet Nam is expanding its armed forces to More than three million men. At the same time the administration today asks Congress for approval of american participation in an Aslan development Bank to support economic expansion in Southeast Asia. Latest plans for the largest number of men under since 1955 were disclosed at the White House monday by defense Secretary Robert s. Mcnamara. Senate democratic Leader Mike Mansfield of Montana announced the planned submission of the development proposal which would require about $200 million from the United states. The Bank would be based in Manila and would lend Money for projects ranging from Industrial development to roads and harbours. The ., France Britain and West Germany would put up 40 per cent of the funds needed to establish the institution. Nineteen countries Are to be involved in funding the Bank. Australia nationalist China India Japan and Iran Are among those which have already committed funds. Russia was invited to participate and soviet delegates attended some discussions on the proposed Bank s charter. But on dec. 7 last year the delegation withdrew calling the Bank a a capitalist revealing figures whose size surprised even some usually Well informed officials in his own department Mcnamara said another 113,000 men will be recruited As part of the buildup to be financed by a most of the manpower $12.7 billion supplemental a increase will be for the Propri Tion. And marines. Firestone special Economy Auto stores can now install the new studs in town amp country tires Saft Rize your tires now Economy Auto stores inc. Main Street Bennington a a Vav v it Whf Weaver takes command of Urban department Washington up a Robert c. Weaver today took command of a new Federal department created to help brine order out of Urban chaos. With swearing in ceremonies he became the first negro Ever to hold a Cabinet rank. The ceremonies completed the historic appointment which monday received unanimous Senate approval including that of one of the body a most vocal segregationists sen. Strom Thurmond . Senate approval of the 58-year-old Weaver As first Secretary of the department of housing and Urban development came just after the Senate banking committee unanimously recommended confirmation. Also approved was Robert c. Wood of the Massachusetts Institute of technology to be no. 2 Man in the new department. Wood head of mites political science department has been an administration advisor on housing. President Johnson praised the Senate for its prompt action and named three additional top officials for the new department. They were owner revives strangling Pup jury awards $15,000 damages by Mouth to Mouth resuscitation Rutland up a a Federal court jury has awarded a Denver Colo Man and his son $15,000 of an original $85,000 damage suit. The pair John c. Davis Iii and his son John c. Davis in brought the suit against David e. Daggett of Burlington. Federal District judge Ernest Gibson handed Down the decision monday. The Davis claimed permanent injuries As a result of an Accident in Burlington in january 1964. Over in new y Ork Rocky s Aid to run Albany a Alexander Aldrich executive assistant to his Cousin gov. Rockefeller said today he would resign his Post feb. I to devote his full energies to campaigning in the mid Hudson Valley for the Republican nomination for Congress in the 28th District. Teachers strike blocked Kingston a the Board of education Here after obtaining a temporary restraining order monday against a threatened walkout of Public school teachers secured an order directing the Union to show cause Friday in supreme court for Rensselaer county Why a permanent injunction against the strike should not be ordered. Kingston teachers federation local 781 of the a Falcio teachers Union voted last week to stage a walkout feb. I in protest of the Board s refusal to Grant an election to determine the bargaining agents for the teachers. $95,000 to go in scout Campaign Lake George a Carl r. Desantis prominent local businessman has assumed chairmanship of the town in the current capital funds Campaign being conducted throughout the Modican Council. J. Walter Juckett chairman of the capital Campaign announced at a recent rotary club meeting that $80,000 has been pledged to Date toward a total goal established by the Council of $175,000. Down in Berkshire Vintage fire trucks sold Pittsfield a a pair of Vintage fire trucks were sold at Public auction monday by fire chief John e. Mcdonough or. For a total of $835. About 40 engaged in the spirited bidding especially for the 1916 Seagrave truck Complete with deck gun. Two local men Albert r. Neill executive director of the association of business and Commerce and Richard Rutkowsky . Navy Reserve training Center commanding officer acquired the engine for $750. Neill said he Felt the piece of equipment was a part of the history of the City. A 1940 Plersch was sold to Henry Hyde of Pittsfield who has bought old fire equipment previously. Phelps Drummond top list Williamstown a incumbent selectmen Norris Phelps with 348 votes and James Drummond with 316 votes topped the five Man Field in the caucus contest for two 3-year terms on the Board monday night. Also winning places on the town meeting ballot were local trailer Park operators Leonard Turgeo Nothe Pines Park and Albert Badland of the spruces Park. Al urinated was Carleton Parker manager of Warren wire co. Missing teen agers found Williamstown a an All night search for a missing teenage couple ended monday when the pair was discovered by a school bus Driver in an automobile stuck in the Snow on North West Hill. James e. Nary of North Adams and Carol travers of Pittsfield had spent the night in the car after it became embedded in a Snow Bank. School legislation received North Adams a a copy of proposed legislation that would authorize North Adams to join a regional school District with Clarksburg Florida Monroe and Savoy has been received from the state supt. Robert n. Taylor has reported. The legislation is an outgrowth of discussions of a 1200 student regional High school with those communities plus Stamford and Readsboro. Nassau . A a seven month old Puppy owned by a local couple is probably the Only dog in the world who owes his life to in out a to Mouth resuscitation. Andy a Labrador retriever was revived by his owners or. And mrs. Ernest Leclair after he was strangled by his own Collar while romping with his brother Amos in the Leclar s living room. Both wore soft leather Puppy collars and As the two rolled special election called Atlanta up a gov. Carl Sanders was expected to Call for a special election today to fill the seat vacated when the Georgia House of representatives refused to seat negro Julian Bond because of his views on Viet Nam. In another development attorneys for Bond were scheduled to meet with state atty. Gen. Arthur Bolton to discuss Bon s Legal moves aimed at enabling the 26-year-old civil rights worker to take his seat. A special three judge Federal court was selected monday to hear the Case. Bond took his Case to Federal court last thursday after the House in a 185-12 vote refused to seat him because he agreed with a statement issued by the student non violent coordinating committee a acc criticizing . Intervention in Viet Nam. The Case is believed by court observers to be unprecedented. Andy flipped Over. His Collar twisted and became locked behind Amoss fangs. A it was like a Nightmare Quot recalled mrs. Leclair. A they were locked together struggling in panic. The More Amos tried to pull himself free the tighter the Collar gripped Andy a efforts to Cut the Collar with scissors failed. A the Collar was pulled so tight that we even find it Quot mrs. Leclair said. Leclair an undertaker snatched a Scalpel and with his wife holding Down the two thrashing animals managed to sever the part of the Collar in Amoss Mouth. By that time Andy had slumped and stopped breathing. A i held his Tongue with my right hand Quot mrs. Leclair said a and with my left hand i held the upper jaw while breathing into his Mouth. Because of the Structure of a dog s Mouth and jaws i had to thrust my face far into his Mouth to prevent escape of meanwhile she said Leclair pressed the animals Chest. A in about 20 seconds Quot mrs. Leclair continued a i could feel air catch in his lungs. His heart started to beat and he began to breathe slowly by himself. Then his eyes opened. Within a few seconds he wagged his Tail feebly. He was Able to stand up 20 minutes none the worse for their ordeal both pups have resumed their customary frolics a but without soft collars which May twist. She said she d also like people to know that an animal As Well As a human May be saved by Mouth to Mouth resuscitation. A i did no to know it myself Quot she said a until i tried wanted meat Cutter some experience necessary paid vacation insurance. Apply manager super duper Market full service banking a Man needs full service banking when he has the responsibility of a Home car and family ,. Get full service it the Vermont Bank and Trust company Bellows Falls Chester Brattleboro Rutland Bennington Manchester member Federal Deposit insurance corporation Charles m. Haar a Harvard Law professor to be assistant Secretary for metropolitan planning Philip n. Brownsten commissioner of the Federal housing administration to be Deputy undersecretary of housing and Urban development and William b. 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