Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Jan 18 1966, Page 3

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - January 18, 1966, Bennington, Vermont N Al u Mem White Sale bites Pride of Sturbridge bedspreads twin size full size io98 Reg. 12.98 sj298 Reg. 14.98 torn is your North Adams mass. Discount department store \ a i pims Ftp Itu a of sought county court Bennington Banner tuesday january 18, 1966 it eleven divorces have been granted at the current session of Bennington county court according to court clerk George h. Plumb. The parties involved the grounds on which the divorce was granted and the effective Date of the divorce decree Are As follows a Caroline c. Gauthier of Bennington from Richard j. Gauthier now of Ventura Calif. On grounds of non support i night school courses set in Morth Adams North Adams mass. A registration for the 40 courses offered in the Spring semester evening program at North Adams state College is continuing tonight and wednesday at the College. Hours for registration have been set for 3 to 5 and 6 to 9 . And classes will begin Jan. 24, offered on monday tuesday wednesday and thursday nights. The Spring schedule has courses which offer graduate and undergraduate credit. Most at them can be applied toward graduate or undergraduate degrees. Some will satisfy teacher certification requirements. The courses include Art biology chemistry economics education English and literature French geography history management mathematics music philosophy physics political science psychology and speech. Additional information May be had by calling the continuing studies office at the College. Vorce to become absolute on March i. A Sarah m. Mylott from Frank t. Mylott jr., both of Manchester on grounds of non support to become absolute feb. I. A Louise k. Cascio of Bennington from James Cascio of Linthicum my. On grounds of non support to become absolute feb. I. A Betsy b. Walsh from Thomas a. Walsh both of Bennington on grounds of intolerable severity to become absolute March i. A Jane f. Carknard of Bennington from Alfred j. Carknard of Hoosick Falls . On grounds of non support to become absolute june 17. A Evelyn m. Bradich from John p. Bradich both of Bennington on grounds of non support to become absolute july 3. A Alvah Bruce Macdougall of Bennington from Courtney h. Macdougall of Carmel Calif. On grounds that lib Ellant Hastied separate and apart from libel Lee for three consecutive years without fault pm his part to become absolute March i. A John m. Ward of Manchester from Daisy e. Hines Ward of Harrington Maine on grounds that lib Ellant has lived separate and apart from libel Lee for three consecutive years without fault on his part to become absolute june to. A Francis r. Eggsware of Bennington from Susan a Eggsware of Seymour Conn. Pm grounds that lib Ellant has lived separate and apart from libel Lee for three consecutive years without fault on his part to become absolute june 14. A George e. Antonio from Ruth r. Antonio both of Bennington on grounds of intolerable severity to become absolute april i. A Dianna m. Slade from David a Slade both of Winhall on grounds of non support to become absolute july 6. Dedication a cutting a a a ribbon in front of the new Penn Saver building on South Street monday is Village president Salvatore Santarcangel. Looking on from the right Are Donald Hicks George Hadwen owner of the building and mrs. Hadwen Thomas Hall or. And David Buzzell. Hamilton health dept. Designated medicare agreement signed Burlington a a medicare agreement Between the Vermont state department of health and the Federal government in which the state Agency is designated to help administer the new health insurance program under social Security was signed recently. The agreement completed by officials of the . Department of health education and welfare and signed by John d. Defore executive administrator of the department of health spells out the role of the Agency in determining which hospitals extended care facilities and Home health agencies throughout the state meet the requirements for participation under the medicare Law and in helping other such institutions to qualify. The agreement is similar to those now in effect or currently being negotiated by the government with other state agencies throughout the nation in preparation for the programs Start this year. The two medicare programs Hospital insurance and supplementary medical insurance will go into effect july i 1966, except for Post Hospital extended care benefits. Services in an extended care facility which includes skilled nursing Homes and convalescent sections of hospitals which meet the requirements of the Law will not be covered until Jan. I 1967. In Vermont it is expected that about $4 million in health insurance benefits will be paid under the medicare program during the last six months of 1966 and $9 million in the 1967 Calendar year. Vermont residents who were 65 or Over before Jan. I 1966, Are reminded that this year they can get the medical insurance vim project funds for continuing Center United counselling service announces lecture series for school personnel Protection in addition to Hospital insurance Only if they apply before March 31, 1966. Social Security beneficiaries have already received the application form by mail. Other persons 65 or older who want the medical insurance but who have never applied for social Security benefits should get in touch with their nearest social Security office As soon As possible. Those persons who Are getting Public assistance payments Are not receiving information on applying for medicare Protection through state welfare departments. After next March 31, 1966, there will be no Opportunity to sign up for medical insurance until the latter part of 1967 with Protection at a higher Benefit rate not scheduled to Start until july 1968. The United counselling service has announced another series in its program of a tuesday lecture the current lectures Are specifically designed to enlarge the knowledge and skills of teachers and other school personnel in regard to the mentally handicapped child. The first talk was Given last week with or. Gordon Gerrish speaking on the a use of intelligence and achievement tonight mrs. Ruth Douglas and or. James Toolan will speak on a subject disabilities and the on Jan. 25 or. William Worthington and or. Toolan will speak on the a identification of mental deficiency and programs for the on feb. I or. George Slee Man and or. Gerrish will talk on the a role of the guidance Counselor two on feb. 8 mrs. Douglas and or. Toolan will talk on the a role of the mental health consultant in the footless food Sale set by fat mrs. Janet Hollister ways and Means chairman has announced that requests for donations to the Bennington High school Ptah a footless food Sale will be included with the report cards due to be sent out this week. The Ptah a balance in the Treasury is $18. The organization Hopes to raise funds to cover its commitments of program expenses the educators fund and recognition awards. The Bennington Banner telephones business. .442-4300 newsroom. .442-2800 advertising. .442-2684 the Bennington Banner is pub shed Dally except sunday and Legal holidays at 425 main St Bennington vt., 05201 by the Banner up bushing members of United press International which is entitled exclusively to use Tor of All local news printed in this newspaper As Well Asau up news dispatches. Home delivery by Carrier and motor delivery 10c per Day subscription rates by mall for 50-Rnlle radius and All Vermont 3 months in 30, 6 months $11.70, i year $22.50 elsewhere in the . 3 months $7.00 6 months $13.00 i year $25.00 second class postage paid at Bennington it. 05201 on feb. 15 or. Toolan will discuss a teaching the disturbed no lecture will be held on feb. 22 Washington a birthday. The series will end on March i when or. Toolan will discuss a special problems of High school All school personnel in Bennington county Are invited to attend these lectures. Each talk starts at 3 30 . W Omen s Wool Slacks in la v lined regular # 10.00 assortment of colors Dryad ales free parking armory lot next door Gavin warns of escalation a sincere dignified service furniture co. 519-525-529 main Street Bennington phone 442-5346 a open Friday evenings projector Noveck Shultz photo 411 main St. Dial 2-6926 Headquarters new York up a to continue to increase the War Effort in South Viet Nam is to invite almost certain confrontation with communist China according to James m. Gavin retired army lieutenant general and former ambassador to France. Writing in the february Issue of Harper s Magazine published sunday Gavin said the United states must deploy considerably More Force than now being used if it wishes to halt Viet Cong insurgency. Yet to Muster such an increase in manpower Gavin said is to compel red China to enter the vietnamese War and to open a new offensive in Korea. Gavin an executive of Arthur d. Little inc., a Cambridge mass., research firm wrote that the most felicitous course of action for the United states is to withdraw its forces to defend Only a limited number of South vietnamese coastal areas and seek negotiations. Gavin who retired from the army in 1958 following disagreements Over military policy said the United states is stretching its a resources beyond reason in our endeavours to secure the entire country of South Viet Nam from the Viet Cong no struggle when captured or kept out of water porpoises do not thrash or struggle. $2 weekly a new Campaign is under Way by the Vermont in Mississippi corporation for funds to carry Forward into a second year its Community Center project in a negro neighbourhood in Jackson miss. Some 5,000 copies of a pamphlet soliciting funds and reporting on Progress to Date at the Jackson Center Are being distributed throughout the state by various local groups supporting the vim project. Some 1,000 residents in this area received their copies last week. Serving As directors of the Jackson Center have been Ted Seaver a former Montpelier teacher and his wife Carol. They arrived in Jackson at the end of last june with the idea of establishing the Community Center and carried with them a pledge that the vim corp. Would raise funds for its first year of operation. A after Only a few Short months a the vim brochure reports a that idea has become a living the brochure then goes on to list the following accomplishments a the Community Center known As the Medgar Evers neighbourhood Guild has been organized with a biracial advisory Board of Jackson citizens. A a new building has been constructed for the Guild and while it was under construction during the summer months the Center conducted an outdoor playground. A a Day care Center began operations with the opening of the new building last oct. 4 with 20 children aged four and five in attendance. A class with six two year Olds started at the same time in an Annex at a private Home. A a teen age club known As the Ever Aires has been organized operating under elected officers with adult advisors. A a counselling service has been established at the Center to give advice and assistance to individuals on problems of employment and welfare. A local vim spokesman reports that $7,000 has already been raised throughout the state an amount sufficient to carry the Guild through to the end of this month. The present drive the spokesman said has been undertaken to raise Money for completing the first years budget of $9,000 and to provide funds for a second year of operation. The beavers have already been asked to stay on As directors of the Center for a second year at the end of which vim directors Hope the Guild will be self sustaining and will be run entirely by local residents. Bennington area residents Are asked to Send their contributions to the Vermont in Mississippi corp., care of the first National Bank North Bennington. Donations to the organization which has been chartered As a charitable and educational nonprofit corporation Are deductible for income tax purposes according to the spokesman. Linguistic kids Vermont in Mississippi project mrs. Carol Seaver co director with her husband Ted of a Community Center operating in Jackson miss., survives an outdoor activity period at the Center. Funds being raised by the Vermont in Mississippi corp. Go towards support of the negro neighbourhood Center which is operated by the Medgar Evers neighbourhood Guild. Adler Berkeley Calif. Up a children May have an inborn capacity to acquire language a University of Michigan psychologist reported at the annual meeting of the american association for the advancement of science Here. Assistant prof. David Mcneill said this theory attempts to explain the fact that children learn language with great Speed. In his research Mcneill obtained data indicating that a children have certain expectations that allow them to organize and interpret speech heard from their Vej Ward p. Up a on funeral Home 6?8 main St. A phone 44?-?5l6 men Nigton to 42"w x 15"d x 66" h maximum storage in a 42" China ensemble. Has full Width work area with electric outlet 2 Utility drawers 2 storage shelves below. All at one Low Price. White exterior Aqua Interior. Funeral Tup us Linin Init and surrounding treat. For Over 30 years under the same ownership. A member of the n. F. D. A

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