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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - July 20, 1966, Bennington, Vermont Allen seeks re election Railroad considers supports special session Hoff suggestions Rad. Davin tarome Allan a Ltd 111 i f a a rep. David Jeremy Allen publican of District 3-1, announced today that he will seek reelection to the Vermont House in the general elections to be held this fall. Allen was first elected in the 1965 special election to represent Bennington Woodford sul it District i North in the re apportioned legislature. He was a member of the House committee on fish and game. In connection with his announcement Allen said Quot i wholeheartedly support a one Day special session this summer for the purpose of appropriating the surplus in the general fund which has been reported to be in the neighbourhood of 2 million dollars for additional state Ald to education. Such a move would permit much needed improvements in educational facilities and would help relieve the Burden on local school taxpayers turning to More general matters Allen said a it is never easy to take a firm position on important issues. Their very importance indicates that there Are Many factors that must be weighed in the balance in order to determine that position which is in the Best interest of the people. But there comes a time when All the facts Are Laid out in the open when right is so clearly right when wrong is so clearly wrong that there is no longer any excuse for hesitancy or Fence sitting. I have and i will accept the responsibility of taking a Strong position on these issues that affect the people so Allen is a Veteran of the kor a vip j. Allen Ean War serving with the 20th air Force on Okinawa and later with the strategic air command. He operated for nine years a produce farm specializing in High Quality vegetables for the local Market. He was educated at Beyhl the Vermont state school of agriculture St. John s College and the graduate department of mathematics at the University of Virginia. Professionally Allen is a research mathematician. He is a member of four professional societies. He is also a member of the National Rifle association the Bennington Rod and gun club and the it. Anthony Jaycees. Five Day forecast Boston up a new England monday will average up to 5 temperatures during the next degrees below the seasonal five Days thursday through Normal. Trial Date set for Coyne in Rutland Rutland a a july 25 Date has been set for the trial of Ralph m. Coyne 26, of Bennington in Rutland District court. Coyne has pleaded not guilty to charges with careless driving and driving while intoxicated in a Pawlet Accident july 3 in which Terrence Wager 15, of Bennington was killed. Rutland county states atty. Robert e. West charged that Coyne identified ask the Driver carelessly operated the Sedan in the Accident in which Coyne and two others were injured. The . Weather Bureau said today there will be Only minor Day to Day temperature changes during the period. Some normals for the period Are Boson 75 Worces Ltd. 71 Nantucket 69 Providence r.i., 73 Concord n.h., 70 Burlington vt., 71 j and in Maine Portland 70 Eastport 62 Greenville 66 and Caribou 66. At Boston the Normal maximum temperature during the forecast period is 83 and the Normal minimum is 67. Precipitation during the period will average less than .2 of an Inch except up to .5 of an Inch in Rhode Island extreme Eastern Massachusetts and extreme Southern Maine and new Hami it Shire occurring As Friday or saturday officials said. Montpelier up a the Boston amp Maine Railroad today considered two suggestions by gov. Philip h. Hoff for maintaining some passenger service Between White River Junction and Springfield mass. Hoff met for several hours tuesday with a amp a president Daniel a. Benson and Frederick Hutchinson general manager of the Central Vermont railway. The interstate Commerce commission has authorized the a amp a to drop its two Dally round trips Between White River Junction and Springfield. However the Railroad must continue running the trains through july 28 because of a Federal court injunction. Hoff asked Benson to consider continuation of two night trains on the run a one each Way until next april. Quot if the a amp a does this it will give the 1967 general Assembly time to consider the problem fully a Hoff said. As an alternative Hoff proposed that the a amp a lease its tracks Between Windsor and Springfield mass., to the Central Vermont railway which restraint seen needed on Bank Loans Boston up a Andrew f. Brimmer a member of the Board of governors of the Federal Reserve Board says there is a a crying need Quot for More effective Bank restraint in loan expansion. Brimmer told a luncheon gathering of the Boston business and financial Community at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston monday that America s commercial Banks pose a difficult problem for the nation in the fight against inflation. Quot in the face of intense Competition for savings and much slower growth in their loanable funds they have expanded their business and Industrial Loans at an unusually rapid Pace Quot he said. Brimmer said it is essential Quot that Banks gain better control Over the Pace of lending. Quot with Bank liquidity sinking to new lows and the availability of funds including Bank re serves and Deposit inflows becoming commercial Banks need to act promptly to bring their loan growth under better control Quot he said. Could continue operation of the night trains. The White River Junction Spring fled mass., trains Are part of a Montreal new York Washington route that also involves the new Haven Railroad and the Canadian National railway and its subsidiary the Central Vermont. Hoff said the two night trains he wants to keep running a the Mon Trealer and the washingtonian appear to show a profit. School Board meets tonight the Bennington school District s new Board of seven directors will Convene for their first business meeting this evening following their election at the District s first annual meeting last week. The session will begin at 7 . At the administrative offices at 604 main St. On tap will be a discussion with Paul w. Bohne of Harwood Hill on the status of a proposed Community planetarium and a meeting with representatives of the it. Anthony Union school Board and the Bennington friends of retarded children to discuss further arrangements for the exploratory takeover by the local Public school systems of education of mentally retarded children. Several matters Are listed on the Agenda for discussion in executive session including the Impact of property reappraisal completed by local listers and now being put into effect for the 1966 grand list. Under organizational business committee assignments for the new Board will also be taken up. The new Board consists of or. Richard a. Sleeman who at a Brief organizational meeting last week was elected chairman John p. Riddle vice chairman Ronald r. Knapp clerk Ivor s. Pel sue or. James s. Shea Stewart e. Allen and Anthony j. Pello. Play postponed illness has forced the Bennington Small ensemble theater to postpone its opening of Samuel Beckett s the play was originally scheduled to open this thursday night july 21. It will now be performed next monday and tuesday As Well As next thursday and Friday. Curtain time remains 8 30 ., and reservations May be made by dealing the College Between 4 and 6 . Gottily Forest Assn. To take annual trip Peru a the fifth annual Field trip of the Bennington county Forest association is scheduled to get underway Here Friday at to . With members to meet at the crossroad South to Peru Village on it. La. First Stop on the tour will be at Cesar Bertheaud a woodlot to see a Young stand of hardwoods girdled with axe for Timber stand improvement work plus several other Forest management practices in operation. The next Stop will be at Hel go mets woodlot to see a second Harvest Cut in old growth Spruce and Hemlock and a Spruce pulpwood Cut. Following a Box lunch break at the Peru Village school House the tour will conclude with a Stop to see a Poplar pulpwood Cut on lands of John Knox. Bennin ton Banne wednesday july 20. Parish fair saturday to offer much Here is a round up of All the fun that May be had for both children and adults at the annual Parish fair saturday from la . To 5 . At St. Peter s Church pleasant Street. The proceeds from the fair will go to the reduction of the debt incurred last summer on the re wiring and plastering of the Interior of the Church building. Mrs. Richard b. Leake Iii chairman and mrs. David s. Jareckie co chairman will be in charge of the childrens playground assisted by mrs. Edward Ransom where lemonade and Penny Candy will be on Sale. Mrs. Franklin d. Frantz is in charge of the Pony rides. Mrs. Jon Kennedy and miss Violetta Santo will have an Indian Tepee where for a few pennies Young Fry May enter and then emerge in full Indian War paint. The wishing Well will be manned by mrs. Albert Ray while Penny pitch will be supervised by mrs. William Miller mrs. Sterling Wilson and mrs. Harvey Morlong. Old time movies in the Guild Hall will be run by mrs. I. James Wolfe and mrs. Harold Green. Mrs. W. B. Carli assisted by mrs. Edwin Haug have toy land where dolls toys and miniature furniture will be sold. Three of the four poster Beds were made by miss Marlon Hardy and William Harrington has crafted some hand made cradles and other Little pieces. Mrs. Donald f. Jolivette and mrs. Rudolph Elwell will keep store at the 5 and to where gifts for children up to one Dollar will be on Sale. Mrs. Frederick b. Wolf decided that she would Bow out to a More famous mystery Fortune Teller. Madame treetops will be presented. No one of the committees know who this mystery Teller of fortunes is but they have been assured that her prognostications of the future and on patrons wealth and happiness will More than satisfy the curious. Or. And mrs. S. Whitney Dickey and Walter Lapham will be in charge of games for adults. Prizes go to the Lucky winners. As individual As you. 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