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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - July 18, 1967, Bennington, Vermont Around Vermont disagrees with Viet position Grafton up a Windham county chairman of the Vermont federation of Young Republican clubs disagrees with proposals by some of his party members to Call for a reduction of air attacks in an Effort to get North Vietnam to the bargaining table. Bruce Graham of Grafton said monday Quot i must strongly take Issue with the recent proposals by Vermont Republican representative Robert Stafford and Michigan governor George Romney that the United states reduce its air attacks on North Vietnam in Hopes of inducing our enemies to negotiate Quot history clearly demonstrates the effectiveness of Strong attacks in reducing hostile strength and thereby forcing settlement by a Defeated enemy Quot he said. Quot in contrast Quot said Graham Quot the Only major instance of limited War in Korea gave us a tragic two years of cynical negotiations by a ruthless foe while the United states restrained its most effective instrument of rep. Stafford last week joined seven other republicans in proposing a step by step plan for halting hostilities in injure rep. Delair East Montpelier up a police today investigated an attempted robbery at the Home of Republican rep. Frances Delair in which she was struck on the head and Beverly injured. State police said burglars entered her East Montpelier Home monday and attempted to Rob a Safe. She was reported in satisfactory condition at Barre City Hospital suffering from a deep Scalp wound after the men slugged her. Mrs. Mildred Jillson of Plainfield the state representative a a sister said mrs. Delair telephoned her for help after the incident mrs. Jillson said she found her sister Quot in a Pool of she said mrs. Delair who lives alone had $4,000 in a Safe. Mrs. Jillson said the burglars had tried to open the Safe but left after being considered for Post Montpelier up a the Plant manager of the Jones Brothers Granite co. In Barre is one of three finalists being interviewed by the Highway Board this week for Highway commissioner. The Board disclosed monday that David c. Pinkham of Montpelier former chairman of the governor s committee on children and youth is one of the candidates. Gov. Philip h. Hoff last week said budget director John t. Gray of Enosburg also is one of the men being considered for the Post. The third candidate for the $19,500 a year Job is an Ohio Man. The commissioner will be appointed by the Highway Board with the consent of the governor. The Board has submitted the three names to Hoff and he will interview the men after the Board finishes this express journeys on Sherburne up a after spending the night at the farmhouse of the Oscar a Halls Here Tony and Jeff Whittemore hitched up King this morning to continue their sulky trip to Montreal and expo 67. Tony la and Jeff 9, and Shetland Pony King to reached Here monday afternoon after a half Days journey Over Little travelled roads from Timberlake boy s Camp at Plymouth Union. The boys left the Camp later than planned because As Camp director mrs. Susan Webb put it they were Quot having such a Good time being part of the Camp the Brothers spent three Days at the Quaker Camp. They left their Needham mass., Home june 5, intent on reaching Montreal by aug. I. They Are carrying no Money but Are living off Quot human kindness Quot along the in new Yor Battisto death a homicide Albany Rensselaer county Coroner Anthony e. Matera ruled monday that Marguerite l. Penny Battisto a 23-year-old Rensselaer housewife who was found dead in her Home died of Quot homicide by a person or persons Matera s ruling followed a coroners inquest which ended two weeks ago a and which was reopened monday because Rensselaer county District atty. M. Andrew Dwyer produced another witness Ronald Stutz formerly of Albany who testified he met John w. Battisto 29, the victims husband in a tavern May 9 or to and that Battisto Quot said something about his wife dying Quot that he would be charged with the murder but that Quot he said he did no to kill his vows Blaine fit Albany the co chairman of an organization claiming Over to million members ripped monday into any change in the controversial Blaine amendment. William f. Haddad and Percy Sutton co chairmen of the committee for Public education and religious Liberty said their organization would work for defeat of the new Constitution if the amendment which prohibits direct or indirect Aid to nonpublic schools were repealed.age-18 vote killed Albany the constitutional convention voted 102 to 76 monday to retain 21 As the states minimum voting age. After four hours of debate the convention adopted a proposal by Kings county democratic conservative Matthew j. Troy to strike out the word "18&Quot in the original vote-at-18 proposal and insert "21."down in Berksh remade a redevelopment area Adams Northern Berkshire had been declared a Quot redevelopment area Quot by the economic development administration sen. Edward m. Kennedy a office announced today. The Eda can therefore make a redevelopment loan to the group of area business and professional men seeking to buy the Bancroft Arnold finishing division Here. All that is required by the Eda now is updating of the areas economic development Falls fast North Adams demolition of a four Story Brick business Block at the Corner of main and Marshall streets resulted in an unscheduled disruption of services monday when the third and fourth floor suddenly toppled into the streets nearly hitting men hosing the building to reduce dust. Bricks and debris took out a Power line running nearby shutting off the traffic Light at the Busy Corner and blocking one Street strike minor now Pittsfield the rail strike is having Only limited effect on Berkshire county at present but it will cause major problems if it continues Over a week. The general electric co. Here is on vacation and the Chas. Pfizer amp co. New England Lime co. In Adams reports that most of its customers Are closed for vacation. But when these vacations end rail shortage will be Felt company spokesmen said. 320 Elm Street furniture incorporated Bennington. Vermont phone 442 Sui no Ordinary Sale cars these included Are galaxies that Are the quietest strongest Fords Ever. And much imitated Mustangs still America s no. 1 fun cars by far. Together they re the Best Selling hardtops anywhere w of you Are a used car buyer we have a wonderful selection of Al values Wilson Ford inc. 748 main Street Bennington Vermont Quot Quot 1 a a. I i a i. A i a Jet a a. A a it -i.m. Mil. I choose from our Large summer Stock Ami get extra savings because we save on overhead. Immediate delivery Cair locator system helps find exact Model you want russian woman avoids death penalty challenged publicity about Rescue As being unconstitutional Boston up a a soviet Mother who gave premature birth aboard a russian vessel and was rescued by american coast guardsmen was reported feeling Quot much better Quot today at City Hospital. Mrs. Alexsandra Mana Glowna Panko termino 24, of Riga Latvia spoke briefly monday through an interpreter or. Aria crib Shlikoff of Brookline. Mrs. Termino said she and her husband Nich by cola 27, originally planned to return to the soviet Union before the birth of the baby. The tiny infant Slava named after the 501-foot Trub Java Slava on which he was born was in fair condition in an Solette with his name on the danger list. He weighed 2 pounds 7 ounces. Mrs. Termino said she wanted to speak with soviet embassy officials and that she did not want to Grant any interviews until she had spoken with someone from the embassy. A Hospital Sokes Man said the soviet embassy in Washington was being contacted through the . Immigration office concerning her discharge from the Hospital by the weekend. The spokesman said the infant would remain in the Hospital for six to eight weeks. Quot the infant still has slight respiratory trouble Quot the spokesman said. Quot he would be considered out of danger once he weighed five pounds. I doubt if they the soviet embassy would let the baby Golf it was in danger Quot he said. Mrs. Termino said she did not think Quot anything extraordinary had happened Quot and did not know Why there was so much publicity. She said though that it must seem unusual because women do not to lie on american ships. Mrs. Termino worked As a waitress aboard the soviet vessel a factory ship serving a Fleet of trawlers operating in the area. The ship carries a doctor but does not have extensive medical supplies. The Mother and child were rescued sunday by the . Coast guard. Manchester . Up a the attorney for two Rhode Island men convicted of murder and condemned to hang seeks a new trial today for his clients on the grounds the death penalty is unconstitutional. Richard w. Leonard of Nashua contends in his petition for a writ of Hareas Corpus in Superior court his clients Russell j. Nelson jr., 38, of Providence and Frederick j. Martineau 42, could not receive a fair trial because jurors not believing in the death penalty Are excluded resulting in a Quot death oriented Nelson and Martineau Are sentenced to hang nov. I for the 1959 murder of wealthy Lincoln r. I., plastics manufacturer Maurice Gagnon in Nashua. Leonard s petition sought a new trial or release of the two men from death Row but the lawyer said the court might pass the petition to the new Hampshire supreme court for a ruling on the Law. He has said he would Appeal to the supreme court of Superior court refused to pass the league of Vermont writers polishes up prose after two Day summer Institute by Carlo Wolter Burlington a Coffee and doughnuts opened the 23rd two Day summer Institute of the league of Vermont writers at the Waterman building at Ulm thursday. Mrs. Lillian Carlisle of Burlington league president introduced the speakers beginning with or. John e. Little assistant Dean of summer sessions at the University who welcomed about 50 members and guests of the league from Vermont new Hampshire Massachusetts new Jersey new York and Virginia. Or. Little gave a summary of the University a summer activities stating that about 2,500 summer students Are registered and participating in 230 special courses including journalism. Quot we re Way behind Quot was the title of or. T. D. Seymour Bassetts talk on compiling an anthology. Quot anthology Quot the Ulm archivist said mirth fully Quot Means Flower gathering Quot and to prove his Point he pulled several red roses from his briefcase and presented them to mrs. Carlisle. Bassett explained that his Book Quot outsiders inside Vermont Quot came from his life Long Hobby of collecting clippings by the thousands on a experiences travels observations places amusing incidents people a just because he liked them. Or. Charles t. Morrissey of Montpelier director of the Vermont historical society discussed Quot looking Forward to the Quot history is Dull to Many people Quot he said. Quot at the same time it is interesting and enjoyed by Many. But the preservation of important history is often made difficult because people wont part with original papers. Quot the preservation and publication of interesting and valuable historic papers is important Quot he continued Quot copies should be made and put into libraries so that the world can see the Way life was before barns were electrified and the interstate ran through or. Morrissey said that it is also important to observe Bicentennial two of which Are forthcoming the american revolution and the Vermont Republic. The league also heard Charles . Bor St of Rutland manager of the antiquarian department and editorial consultant of Charles e. Tuttle company inc. Borst spoke about Tuttle com Pany history its japanese enter. Prises and publications about books in the americana Field Art Glass philippine Folk legend portugese american cooking Why a Book is accepted and what happen to it from then on Lewis b. Sebring or. Of Schenectady n.y., former War correspondent and columnist with the Herald Tribune and now with the Schenectady Union Star gave a witty and instructive account of Quot i feel a column coming Quot always know something about what you re writing about Quot he said. Quot done to imitate. Do your own or else forget the purpose of his Type of column he said is to get Peoples minds off today a present world situations. Quot a column should entertain and Quot on to offset Quot was the title of j. Warren Mcclure stalk. He is publisher of the Burlington free press and was guest speaker at wednesday nights banquet on the hotel Vermont roof. Mcclure gave an interesting account on the functioning of a newspaper. Quot writing in a newspaper aimed at a National society Quot he said Quot is More demanding than in a professional according to Mcclure the Burlington free press is changing to offset printing this fall and one of the new features will be a special full color w Ash n Wear trousers assorted sizes amp colors too during his talk Mcclure faced stiff Competition from a spectacular Sunset Over Lake Champlain and the Adirondacks which demanded As much attention As his interesting talk and a humorous rendition of Quot what a dime can Quot a look at writers schools and conferences Quot was the theme of Friday morning speakers mrs. Gladys Neiburg and Edgar Ackon of the St. Albans writers workshop. Final speaker was mrs. Ishbel Ross of new York City noted writer of fiction non fiction and biography and a former reporter for the Herald Tribune. Mrs. Ross spoke on Quot biographical writing and research Quot and explained the assembling of material where to look for it the extensive digging involved to find acceptable truthful material about prominent persons and some of the Pitfalls a writer can encounter. Quot the Field of biography is wide open Quot mrs. Ross said Quot offering wonderful opportunities to the history and biography an afternoon workshop on children a stories was conducted by mrs. Faith prior and mrs. Evelyn Carter of Burlington. Ruling to the higher court. Leonard said he would turn to be Federal courts if the state supreme court ruled against Lim. Appeals on similar grounds Are currently before Federal courts in several other states. Lemay a name to be entered in . Primary it. Vernon Ohio up a retired air Force Gen. Curtis Lemay will be entered As a candidate in the new Hampshire Republican presidential primary next year it has been Learned Here. Mrs. Shirley Fletcher said monday a group she Heads would also enter Lemay in primaries in Oregon and Ohio. The general is a native of Columbus the Headquarters of executive Jet aviation co. Of which he is a director. Lemay now lives in los Angeles. One of the ardent supporters of the Lemay for president group is Jacqueline Cochran world famous aviatrix and longtime Friend of Lemay. Mrs. Fletcher said she had written to the new Hampshire Secretary of state for information on the requirements to enter the general in the primary. Quot until we get that information we won t know what our next step is Quot mrs. Fletcher said. Quot i am going through that state sometime the week of july 14 and want to talk to the Secretary of state about entering Lemay. Quot we will Start a fund raising Campaign in three or four weeks and try to raise $200,000 for primary she said she had had Quot a lot of inquiries from new Hampshire Quot about running the retired general. When she receives information on the prerequisites a Headquarters will be established in new Hampshire and officials appointed she said. Bennington Banner tuesday july .18, 1967-5�?~Public activities Cost Staunton Lynd a position Chicago up a former Yale history professor staugh ton Lynd 38, whose . Passport was revoked following a 1965 visit to North Vietnam was turned Down monday for a Job on the faculty of Chicago state College because of his Quot Public eight members of the 11-member Illinois Board of governors of colleges and universities voted for a Resolution to not allow Lynd to join the school faculty. Only chairman Richard j. Nelson the vice president for Public relations of Chicago s Inland steel co., voted Quot no Quot on the Resolution. A 300-word Board statement released after a Board meeting monday praised Lynd s Quot ability As a scholar and a teacher of Quot but in assessing his ability to make a contribution which could be for the Best interests of the College Quot the boards statement read Quot the Board feels that his Public activities which included a visit to North Vietnam and China without a valid passport. Go beyond Mere also going beyond Mere dissent the statement said was Lynda a position that a deliberate Law breaking through non violent civil disobedience is a valid and should become heat of ave London up0 a what the British consider a heat wave gripped London tuesday. The noon temperature was 77, highest midday Reading since aug. 26, 1964. Routine form of democratic dialogue Quot Lynd came to Chicago this summer to help the Center for Radical research an organizing group for slum neighbourhood residents. It was Lynd s third rejection by a Chicago area College. 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