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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - July 7, 1966, Bennington, Vermont Meetings scheduled on pollution Hospital Case municipal court Bennington Banner thursday july 7, 1966-5 Benni Wigton selectmen and other town officials will attend meetings to be held Friday on two different but important matters bearing on the town. One of the meetings will Deal with action concerning pollution of the Walloomsac River and the other will Deal with court action involving the Putnam memorial Hospital concerning financial responsibility for the care and treatment of destitute persons. One meeting will be held Friday afternoon in Montpelier at the department of water resources and will Deal with a plan for the Vermont tissue paper co. Inc. To conduct a test of the treatment of its Plant effluent by the Bennington municipal sewage treatment Plant. The effluent is being discharged into the Walloomsac River and the water resources Board has issued an order calling for the company to take Steps to Abate the resultant pollution. The tissue firm has approached selectmen with the idea that the town treatment Plant might handle the Industrial effluent and there has been some preliminary discussion of a test which might be run to determine the effectiveness and costs of treatment in this manner. A formal agreement however has remained to be worked out for the conduct of the test and it is this that is expected to be discussed at the meeting Friday. Selectmen at their meeting on tuesday night noted that they had agreed in principle to allowing the running of the test but masquerades Wolverhampton England up a an Auto Mechanic was remanded in custody for a week monday for allegedly posing As a doctor in a Hospital for three months. The prosecution charged that John Wright 25, issued 640 prescriptions and signed numerous death certificates during his bogus tenure. North Bennington Road Bennington it. Grill time charcoal briquettes 29 la. Bag Joseph Higgins chairman of the three Man Board who will represent it at the Montpelier meeting said he won t commit the Board to any arrangement proposed at the Montpelier meeting without further discussion with his other Board members. Selectmen indicated they wanted to be sure that the town is protected under any agreement that might be worked out and that Vermont tissue can and will pay any costs involved in the running of the test and the costs of continuing treatment of it does prove feasible. Accompanying Higgins to the meeting will be town counsel Norton Barber and sewage treatment Plant supt. Paul a. Kelley. A representative of Charles a. Maguire and associates of Boston the engineering firm engaged by the town to prepare the original plans for the treatment Plant is also expected to be at the meeting to offer technical advice. The meeting in Manchester will involve representatives of the various Bennington county towns which three years ago instituted the court action against the Putnam Hospital. They will discuss with atty. Henry f. Black of White River Junction the towns counsel in the Case what if any Steps might still be taken to obtain a decision or decree More favourable to the towns. An opinion of the Vermont supreme court and the subsequent final decree issued by Superior court judge Harold c. Sylvester found that the hospitals corp orators Are the sole Determiners of which Quot destitute persons under the deed of gift of Henry w. Putnam May be admitted to the Hospital Quot free of the effect of the decree presumably would be that there is no reason Why the Hospital cannot charge the towns for services rendered their respective it was when the Hospital had begun charging the towns for services rendered indigent patients that the towns had instituted the court action to Clear up questions of financial responsibility for care of the destitute. Black has filed a notice of Appeal to the state supreme court challenging the terms of Sylvester a decree. But whether or not he will go Forward with the Appeal will depend on the directions he presumably will be Given by the various town officials at the meeting Friday night. Black contends that Sylvester s decree is not consistent with the High court s opinion on the Case. Representing Bennington at the Friday meeting will be selectman Richard Vansantvoord and possibly selectman Louis f. Sayville. Vansantvoord is also one of three agents appointed by the governor to represent the class of destitute persons in whose name the suit by the towns was technically brought. In just 15 minutes of you have to scratch your itch. A 32-year-old Schenectady . Teacher pleaded guilty in municipal court wednesday morning to a charge of assaulting an 11-year-old girl. Judge George m. Ulenberg ordered the Man Ralph Slayton remanded to the county jail without bail pending a pre sentence investigation. The complaint alleges that Slayton assaulted the Young girl in Manchester depot june 29. A second charge of lewd and lascivious conduct in the same incident was dismissed by the court. John l. Benson 41, of Manchester depot pleaded not guilty to two counts of breach of peace. He is charged with assaulting his wife Mary and a child in Manchester depot sunday. Benson who was represented by atty. John a Harte was released into the custody of Manchester police until a $100 bail is posted $50 on each count. Robert e. Jones 16, of North Adams mass. Pleaded guilty to driving for hire on a Junior operators License. States atty. R. Marshall Witten said Jones stopped by troopers in Pownal june 29, was driving a truck owned by Central radio and electric store of North Adams. Speaking in his own behalf Jones said he was making a delivery to Bennington in place of a Friend who is employed by the company. Upon questioning he acknowledged he had received Small amounts of Cash Quot for work at the store from time to time a but stated he did not know about the Law which forbids Junior operators to drive for hire. Judge Ulenberg fined the youth your 48c Back at any drug Tore. Quick drying itch me not Deaden the itch. Antiseptic action kills germs to Speed Healing. Fine Tor eczema insect bites foot itch other surface rashes. Now at Carroll drugstore Bennington White White Levis Adams clothes shop a a shoes too 99 Navy marines get local enlistees Bruce e. Hodgen 17, the son of mrs. Ann e. Hodgen of 6121/2 main Street and Stephen m. Corbett also 17, the son of mrs. Elizabeth e. Corbett of i to Booth St., enlisted in the marines during june according to an announcement from the Rutland Marine Recruiter a sgt. . Camp. Pvt. Hodgen was sworn in at Albany ., on june 22, and immediately departed for recruit training at Parris Island . Prior to his enlistment he attended High school at Granville . Pvt. Corbett was also sworn in at Albany on june 30 and was also immediately transferred to Parris Island for recruit training. He is 4 1,966 graduate of Bennington High school. Both will receive eight weeks of recruit training followed by four weeks of individual combat training at Camp Lejeune , they will then return Home to spend a 20-Day leave with family and friends. Both of the new marines selected the four year period of enlistment. A of Peter spinning 24, of North Pownal re enlisted in the . Navy june 30, according to Walt Pollert local recruiting officer. He is the first recruit under the Seabee program to reenlist at the North Adams station. His rating will be equipment operator 2c, two pay classes higher than the classification he was in previously. He is now attending Petty officers school for four weeks at quonset Point . Afterwards he will be assigned elsewhere for Mobile construction in training to go to Viet Nam. His wife Nancy and their two sons Peter j. And Dale will reside in Bennington with her parents until he completes his four weeks schooling. Take books along i this summer your vacation Reading Here Quot of summer Day beside the joyous sea Quot Longfellow enjoy summer More. Read books May we suggest. Incident at Exeter wild apples and North wind More on flying saucers a Vermont Cycle by John g. Fuller $5.95 by Loma Beers $4.95 416 main Street open Friday till 9 . Bennington bookshop free parking in rear of store dial 442-5136 $10 plus court costs and warned him not to drive for hire in Vermont on a Junior License. Jon f. Andrews 19, of Cambridge . Pleaded guilty to operating an unregistered vehicle on Ben Mont ave. June is. Witten said Andrews was steering an unregistered car being towed to new York state. Atty. Harte who was appointed guardian for the youth noted Andrews had contacted new York troopers before setting out and was advised that the car need not be registered in new York state. Vermont Law however apparently requires towed vehicles to be registered As Long As they have two wheels on the ground. Acknowledging Andrews attempt to comply with the Law a Quot even though you should have contacted Vermont authorities a Fien Berg ordered a Quot less than minimum Fine of $10 plus costs. John b. Fay 19, of Dorset pleaded no contest to a charge of careless and negligent driving resulting in an Accident on Vermont 30 in Rupert last saturday. States atty. Witten said Fay who was alone went off the Side of the Highway at about 1 30 . And crashed into a Utility pole. He said that Fay reported he had fallen asleep at the wheel when the Accident occurred. The youth was ordered to pay a Fine of $35 plus costs. St Peters Church plans Parish fair mrs. Frederick Welling and mrs. Joseph a. Wilson or. Are co chairmen of the country store the largest Booth at the Parish fair which will open july 23 from la to 5 . At St. Peters episcopal Church on pleasant Street. Their assistants Are miss Elizabeth Armstrong mrs. Richard Gerken mrs. Walter la Grange mrs. Donald Johnson miss Janet Matteson mrs. Arthur Muchmore and mrs. James Randlett. Mrs. N. Y. Duhamel assisted by miss Katherine Duffield mrs. Borden Graves mrs. Maynard Jenkins and mrs. Gladys Leslie Are already requesting books for the Book Mart. Any donations a from paperbacks to encyclopedias a May be left beginning next week at the Church. Mrs. Thomas c. Thomas chairman my her committee mrs. John c. Cahill jr., mrs. Breard Hawks and mrs. Walter Lapham will show costume jewelry As Well ass line old pieces in the jewel to a Booth which will feature Low prices and attractive goods. Buttons in bows manned by mrs. William a. Castle sr., and mrs. Frank Silvernail will have not Only useful gifts such As aprons and dish cloths but novelties and gifts for children. The posters designed by Richard o. Comins of the Bennington gallery and silk screened and lettered by miss Linn Wilson Are now in the store windows on main Street and the shopping centers. Proceeds from the fair will go toward the debt reduction of the remodelling of the Church last summer. Five Day forecast Boston up a new England temperatures during t h e next five Days thursday through monday will be near Normal in Massachusetts and Rhode Island and will average As much As five degrees below Normal in Northern new England. The . Weather Bureau said today it would be Cool Fri Day warmer Over the weekend and cooler again about monday. Some normals for the forecast period Are Boston 73 Worcester 69 Nantucket 67 Providence ., 72 Concord n.h., 69 Burlington vt., 71 and in Maine Portland 67 Eastport 60 Greenville 64 and Caribou 64. Newest opening. Pie n Pac no. 4 Pownal it. Watch for new opening in your area new books Bennington free Library general Cleveland a Quot the obligations of Power comments of an sex assistant Secretary of state. Colette a Quot earthly Paradise Colette a autobiography drawn from her life time writing As the title indicates a a Best seller. Franklin a Quot the world s worst murderers summary of 20 cases. Fuller a Quot successful calamity a writers follies on a Vermont farm. Leach a Quot Flintlock and Tomahawk history of uprising of the wampanoag indians of new England. Lerche a Quot concepts of International politics examines motivation and tactics. Loken a Quot cheer leading to get ready for fall demands. Moran a Quot Churchill the struggle for survival revelations of sir Winston a physician. Perry a Quot seat weaving How to Cane a chair. Singer a Quot in my fathers court memoirs of a childhood in the vanished world of chassidic rabbis. Stanton a Quot the Bona Partesi All of them from 1815 to present Day. Stern a Quot you and your aging parents Many people have problems in this area. Stillman a Quot Power and impotence the failure of americans foreign policy As the title indicates. Taber a Quot the War of the Flea techniques of guerrilla warfare Tanham a Quot War without guns our Aid shortcomings with vietnamese villagers. Weltner a Quot southerners democratic congressman from Georgia makes political party predictions a interesting juvenile Del Rey a Quot runaway robot science action of 16-year-old. Wildes a Quot the Best summer 16-Yearold boy from Boston visits Vermont farm. Remember if the books Are out the Library will Reserve them for you. Extra size Buck Wallace Idaho up a this Headquarters City of the Coeur do Alene mining District boasts a 150-Pound replica of an 1884 Dollar three feet in diameter and billed As the biggest Silver Dollar in the world. The giant Dollar is being used to highlight the fact that mines in the area produce half the nations Silver. The Date on the Dollar Marks the beginning of mining in the Region. 41 u it 0 cd or l re = us i pc of Kab n r h3 ii la a. Jul a Ridge Berry parfait Royale i a a i q la i. 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