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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - July 20, 1966, Bennington, Vermont 2-Ncnnington Banner wednesday july 20, 19fifl around Vermont Hospital financing announced Berlin a permanent financing of the $4.9 million Central Vermont medical Center the new area Hospital facility Here will be supplied by to Washington county Banks and the National life insurance company of Montpelier it has been announced by Harold e. Shea president of the Board of trustees of the Center. Shea expressed on behalf of the trustees their gratitude to the participating Banks and the insurance company for their handling of the financial problems. It is expected that the permanent loan will not exceed $1.5 million after the application of present funds and of Federal Aid available to the 170-bed Center. The remaining Money for construction and equipment will be supplied by Public subscription and Hospital and Federal funds including $1.1 million pledged by individuals and businesses throughout the area up to $470,000 in monies of the two hospitals to be merged into the Center a Heaton of Montpelier and Barre City Hospital a and an unspecified amount of Federal financial Aid. Monitoring report readied Montpelier up a a report on a six state study of the controversial practice of monitoring personal Telephone Calls by the new England Telephone co., is expected to be sent to Utility commissioners thursday. Rexford Roberts special Telephone Engineer for the Vermont Public service Board said today he hoped to have the report completed and in the mail by thursday. He has tentatively scheduled a meeting with commissioners in Boston Friday. Roberts is chairman of the Telephone staff committee of the new England conference of Public utilities commissioners. He said some areas of disagreement in the report will be worked out Friday. The report ordered last month must be approved by the staff committee before going to the full conference for approval and before being released to the Public. Lumberjack Roundup planned Lake Dunmore a the 1966 Vermont Lumberjack Roundup to be held Here aug. 19 and 20. Will feature Leo Sabourin and Jean Paul Legace Carnous Canadian French log birders from the province of Quebec and these nimble exponents of the log rolling Art will dramatize the colourful history of the old River driving Days. The presence of these champions will round out one of the finest Lumberjack jamborees in the fifteen year history of Roundup. Bradbury state Park Here will again be the location for this great new England logging show. Lake Dunmore provides the Ideal background for Sabourin and legacy to demonstrate their coordination and skill on the floating logs. Their repertoire includes a Complete performance of All the old tricks of Birling plus a bag full of exciting surprises. Over in new York Troy negroes charge policemen Troy a a meeting of top City officials was held in City Hall Here tuesday morning following a March by about 60 negroes on troyes Central police Headquarters the night before. The negroes startled Troy officials in an unprecedented demonstration on the station House to demand the suspension of two patrolmen George e. Dodge and James Nelligan. The marchers charged the two had injured 17-year-old Mary Berkley while attempting to arrest her in a ninth Street hallway Early saturday morning. Both the patrolmen and miss Berkley were treated at St. Mary a Hospital the same Day for numerous cuts. According to the police the officers found miss Berkley in the hallway after receiving complaints of some neighbors that there was a disturbance there. When the officers asked her to leave she refused and began kicking and biting according to their account. The officers then placed her under arrest charging her with second degree assault. City officials said following their meeting tuesday that neither policeman would be suspended until a formal complaint is lodged with the commissioner of Public safety or the chief of police. As of late tuesday night no one had filed any formal protests concern Long the incident with police or City officials. Baroque festival in Saratoga Saratoga Springs a a three Day festival of baroque music will be held on the Campus of Skidmore College july 29 through 31. Harpsichordist Robert Conant will direct the festival. Participating in the opening concert Friday will be Howard Boatwright violin and Viola do Amore Judith Davidoff Viola a Gamba and Robert Conant harpsichord. Selections will Range from Ariosto a so a Lepione Cinque for Viola do Amore and Continuo to . Baches a sonata in d major for Viola a Gamba and harpsichord to the Anonymous the saturday concert will repeat the a Jam session of past seasons when students and guests join together to read music of their own choosing with improvised ornamentation in True baroque style. The final concert on sunday will feature a chamber ensemble conducted by Robert Conant. The Friday and saturday concerts will be at 8 45 and the sunday concert at 5. Down in Berkshire Bennington Man charged in Adams Adams a a 22-year-old Bennington vt., Man pleaded not guilty in District court Here tuesday to a charge of dangerous driving. He was Joseph Ferreira arrested by Adams police monday afternoon when his car struck a Utility pole after striking another car. Patrolman Norbert Fillion stated Ferreira swerved to avoid a car that had emerged from a driveway into his path. The Driver of the second car will face a similar charge. William Goodrow 31, of Pittsfield a passenger in the Ferreira car sustained an injured right Arm in the . Judge John a. Barry tuesday ordered ferreiras Case continued until next tuesday. Dog ordinance Back in full Force North Adams a a controversial dog restraining ordinance suspended Here monday was Back in full Force tuesday after a petition that provoked its suspension was declared invalid. The dog Law had been automatically suspended when a petition asking the City Council to rescind the ordinance was filed in the City clerks office monday. But tuesday the Board of registrars certified Only 834 of the 1,393 names on the petition 1,144 of the City s registered voters was required to make the petition valid. A spokesman for the City said the petition would be forwarded to the City Council even though it lacks the necessary valid signatures. North Adams Hospital fund grows North Adams a some $66,520 in additional gifts to the North Adams Hospital building fund was reported monday bringing the total to $569,922. The Campaign to raise at least $1 million of the $2 million needed for the North Adams Hospital building and renovation program will help provide a new 84-bed Wing for the Hospital bringing its total capacity to 256. Woman identifies six unearthed skeletons Montpelier up a one of the skeletons unearthed by a Road building Crew last week apparently was that of a revolutionary War Veteran named Bushrod Hamilton who died accidentally by his own sword. The other five skeletons were Likely the remains of Hamiltons descendants and a horse that was shot 50 years ago mrs. Helen Smith of Richford told state police in a letter tuesday. The Bones were found under six feet of Earth on the Bert Luster farm in Berkshire. Mrs. Smith said she Learned about the skeletons from mrs. Marshall Olds. Mrs. Olds Grandfather Nathan Hamilton once owned the Luster farm. Mrs. Olds said the area where the skeletons were found was used As a family burial plot by the Hamiltons. The first person buried there she said probably was Bushrod Hamilton a Veteran of the revolutionary War. A Bushrod lived through the War but when he returned to Berkshire he tripped and fell on his sword while walking to the Village and died shortly after the Accident a mrs. Olds said. She said there was no recorded Date of his death. Mrs. Olds said others buried in the plot with the year of their death were William Hamilton 1826 his wife Lydia 1828 Nathan 1857 and his wife Phoebe 1858. The fifth and Only Complete Skeleton which appeared to be that of a teen Ager might have been that of William Hamiltons 8-year-old son Brockhurst buried in 1827, mrs. Olds said. The remains of a horse also were found in the plot. Homer Wilson of Essex whose family owned the farm before the Lusters told mrs. Smith a horse was shot and buried there 50 years ago. Wilson also told mrs. Smith the gravestones had been used to dam a Small Brook leaving the burial plot unmarked. State pathologist or. Richard Woodruff who has been studying the Banes for the past week at his office in Burlington said the skeletons dated from the late 18th to mid 19th Century. Medium Security facility to be located in Addison Burlington us a Holger Petersen of Burlington chairman of the Vermont institutions Board has confirmed that the proposed medium Security institution for Youthful offenders will be located in Addison provided the town zoning Board approves it. Zoning Board chairman Merton Torrey said today the Board will hold a Public meeting sometime next month to act on the institutions boards request for a zoning variance. However Torrey declined to disclose the exact location of the institution authorized by the 1966 special legislature at a Cost of $1.25 million. The institutions Board originally proposed locating the facility at the Vermont Sanatorium in hot Ford. However following Stormy protests by the residents another site was considered. Windsor Home of the state prison also indicated it would like the facility. J self service pre packaged meats can be a problem you can see the top Side of the meat but not the Bottom. So you wonder. The Steak looks Good but is the Bottom All Bone and fat ifs a problem we be Given a lot of thought. We think we have the answer. We have a policy. We put the Best Side Down. The Side you done to see is guaranteed to be equal to or better than the Side you can see. Simple As Abc. A effective no More Gamble. Fair and Square sure because a we is this a Good reason for shopping a amp a ifs one of Many. French Mustard copyright a 1966, the great Atlantic amp Pacific Tea co. Inc. Dianna Brand fresh 2 to 3 la. Frying or broiling and May be roasted too chickens . 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