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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - June 7, 1965, Bennington, Vermont 2-Bennington Banner monday june 7, 1985. Around Vermont i pm hosts Day care conference j Burlington a a week Long conference on Day care starts today at the University of Vermont. Social workers from around the state and from the state department of Public welfare will attend the program which is sponsored by the area of family living human development department of Home economics and by the children s Bureau of the . Welfare administration. Purpose of the conference is to educate child welfare personnel in what constitutes a comprehensive Day care program and to inform them of existing Day care conditions in Vermont. Green Mountain graduates 242 Poultney a associate in Art degrees will be awarded to 242 Green Mountain College seniors at the 128th commencement exercises saturday. It will be the largest graduating class in the 131-year history of the College. The commencement address will be Given by or. Harry William Baehr editorial writer for the new York Herald Tribune whose subject will be Quot the Granite of new a native of Brooklyn n.y., or. Baehr graduated from Dartmouth College and received his master s and . Degrees from Columbia University. He has been a member of the editorial staff of the Herald Tribune for the last 28 years chiefly As an editorial writer. He has taught journalism at new York University and Columbia University and is the author of Quot the new York Herald Tribune since the civil huh Rork lauds Vermont colleges Castleton a Robert s. Babcock Provost of the Vermont state colleges praised the state s colleges in a commencement address at Castleton state College sunday. Or. Babcock said that Vermont was blessed by Luck and by the chances of history. Quot at Ulm a splendid University is being developed largely unmarked by the distortions of other universities where the specialist and the graduate student May be handsomely trained. If this should come to mean As it sometimes May Quot he continued Quot that undergraduates Are getting squeezed we in Vermont Are also fortunate to have in being and building three increasingly commendable institutions devoted to Liberal arts and teacher or. Babcock also criticized the Quot publish or perish Quot doctrine prevalent on Many campuses and called for a restoration of the teaching function. Quot most of the present evils of higher education would become controllable Quot he said Quot of we will remember that our principle function is to new miss Vermont drowned Burlington a miss Lois m. Dodge 20, of grand Isle became miss Vermont of 1965 saturday night in memorial auditorium Here. A year ago she was runner up to 1964 Winner miss Jean Connor of Rutland. Miss Dodge will go to Atlantic City to be judged with other state beauties in the miss America pageant in september. Miss Gail Mcmennamin of Bellows Falls was first runner up and miss Deborah Anne Deeble of Middlebury was second runner up. Miss Dodge is a senior at the University of Vermont. She is a Singer and Sang Quot do i hear a Waltz Quot from the Broadway play of the same title. She won a $1,000 scholarship and the use for her reign of a convertible plus jewelry clothing dinners and Flowers. Mrs. Hoff has broken wrist Burlington up a mrs. Joan Hoff wife of Vermont s gov. Philip h. Hoff was reported in satisfactory condition today at Mary Fletcher Hospital with a broken wrist. Mrs. Hoff tumbled Down stairs at the Hoff Home on Prospect Parkway in Burlington Friday night suffering a severe compound fracture of her left wrist. The first lady s special physician or. R. F. Kuhlman said mrs. Hoff is All right except for the break but he did not know How Tong she might be hospitalized. Eight new manpower courses set Montpelier up a the department of employment Security said today eight new manpower training and development courses approved for Vermont will carry a total Federal Grant of $261,000. About 140 persons will receive training under the courses bringing the two year retraining program total to 1,600 in the four years of the act. Courses include waitresses and Auto mechanics at Bennington dairymen at Middlebury and St. Johnsbury carpenters and Cooks at St. Albans machine operators at Springfield and a stenographic refresher course at Rutland. Norwich liaises $4 million Northfield up a Norwich University reported today that $4 million had been raised toward the military schools $6 million construction fund drive. Edwin Benjamin development director said that $715,000ofa $1.5 million alumni goal had been pledged with 32 per cent of the alumni contributing. Youth corps gets $245,733. Washington up a the Vermont congressional delegation thursday announced the Vermont Board of education will be Given $245,733 for a neighbourhood youth corps project to provide summer jobs for 575 Young people. Over in new York new York to vote on drinking age Albany a the new York state legislature will vote today on whether the state should raise its drinking age from 18 to 21. It appeared unlikely however that the measure will pass. Raises asked for state workers Albany a a Bill calling for an appropriation of $700,000 to pay legislative personnel has been filed in the Senate rules committee. Some of the employees have not been paid since March 17. Down in Berkshire gunmen Rob Lenox Motel Lenox a two Young gunmen wearing Black ski helmets and dark clothing Early sunday robbed the Holiday inn on the Pittsfield Lenox Road of $500 in Cash. There were no clues reported in the robbery As of sunday night. Revote set on fraternity House Williamstown a a special town meeting is scheduled tonight to offer voters a Chance to reverse their previous decision of not purchasing Phi Gamma Delta fraternity House for a town office building. In the previous vote two weeks ago the proposal failed by one vote to achieve the two thirds majority it needed to be accepted. . Funds sought for flood dam Williamstown a the conservation commission voted thursday Dight to apply to the Federal government for assistance in the construction of a dam for flood Protection in the Green River watershed. Other improvements and development for recreational purposes would also be carried out. The Stock Market list and comment 3 boys toying with Birds nest Start South Boston school Blaze up a Stock mixed in slow new York prices opened trading today. Dupont Rose i to 244%, Eastman Kodak dropped i to 78% and Allied chemical added is to 50v8. General motors dropped % to i of v4 and Ford slipped 1/4 to 543/4. Chrysler Rose v4 to 48%. Ria tacked on it at 34, Motorola is at 88% and Texas instruments is at 1081/2 Litton dropped 1/4 to 93. 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The measure eliminates the death penalty except for slayers of policemen and convicts singing Star Judy Holliday w j Dies of cancer new York up a Judy Holliday the intellectually Brilliant actress who won an Academy award playing dumb blondes died Early today in her sleep at it. Sinai Hospital after a five year Battle against cancer. She would have been 44 on june 21. Miss Holliday underwent cancer surgery in 1960 but the disease was recurrent. Her attorney Arnold Krakower said she Quot put up a Gallant fight to live to the very the actress whose real name was Judith Tuvin entered it. Sinai May 26 when her Case was believed to be terminal. A Hospital spokesman said she died quietly in her sleep at 5 . Edt. She is survived by a son Jonathan by her Only husband David Oppenheim. They were divorced. Miss Holliday was a precocious new York High school graduate with an . Of 170 when she set her sights on a stage career. She got a Job As a backstage switchboard operator with Orson Welles Mercury theater a Job she later portrayed so hilariously in Quot Bells Are ringing Quot on Broadway. Who commit murder while serving a life sentence. Quot i do not believe in capital punishment and i do not believe in these half measures which Are going to protect the commissioner of correction or the Warden of the institution or the policeman on the Street Quot he said. Quot the reason i Don t believe in these is that i think this makes everybody else a second class citizen Quot he said in an interview Wiz. He said the fact that corrections officials and policemen Quot happen to be in a hazardous occupation Quot does not entitle them to better Protection than Quot the average citizen walking Down the Gavin added Quot i have always Felt very strongly and still do that capital punishment is no Gavin said he would like to see capital punishment stricken from the books in Massachusetts. A recently enacted Law barring capital punishment in Vermont follows the same exceptions As the new York enactment. The Bennington Banner telephones business. .442-6300 newsroom. 442-2800 advertising. .442-2684 the Bennington Banner is published Dally except sunday and Legal holidays at 425 main St., Bennington vt., by the Banner publishing corporation. Member of United press International which is entitled exclusively to use for republication of All local news printed in this newspaper As we As All up news dispatches. Home delivery by Carrier and motor delivery 10c per Day subscription rates by mall for 50-Mue radius and All Vermont 3 months $6.30, 6 months $11.70,1 year $22.50 elsewhere in the . 3 months $7.00 6 months $13.00 i year $25.00 special rates for servicemen. Second class postage paid at Bennington it. For Home or farm. Your Best buy . I n s l o w plumbing and heating Supply co. 303 depot St. Bennington it. 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We re so Short of even As firemen battled the Blaze at 200 d St., two Alert detectives were extinguishing an arson set Blaze at the Atherton elementary school in the Dorchester Section. Authorities said the Atherton school fire was set by two teenage boys who hurled a flaming rag covered world War ii Bayonet through a window. The Bayonet ignited papers on a desk but was put out quickly. The two would be arsonists eluded Pollee who were patrolling several schools in the area at the request of the school committee. Police said three boys ranging in age from seven to Ion admitted setting the Norcross school fire while trying to Burn out a Birds nest in a Gutter the boys were released to the custody of their parents for arraignment Friday three fires All set heavily damaged schools in the predominately negro Roxbury Section in the last six weeks and a fourth Roxbury school was damaged by vandals. But students attending the Norcross school Are predominately White. School superintendent William h. Ohrenberger said the students would finish out the final la Days of the school year at other elementary schools in the area. Mrs. Hicks has blamed agitation against de Facto school segregation for encouraging arsonists and vandals to attack the school buildings. However police said sunday there was Quot nothing racial Quot about the Norcross school fire. The Norcross school was not one of those under police surveillance. Earlier sunday mrs. Hicks said in an interview that the outbreak of fires at the Roxbury schools followed a Quot definite pattern of Quot the people of Roxbury Are being provoked to take action into their own hands Quot she said in the interview Wiz. Asked who was provoking the Roxbury residents mrs. Hicks replied Quot the clergy. Quot they talk every Day about segregation. Quot they should be on the pulpits of their churches and they should not instruct their congregations that the school committee is doing nothing about racial imbalance. Quot this is untrue Quot she said. Madras shorts from $5.00 up Burt Bros. Work i All makes of cars Auto painting 24 or towing service Liggett-b0sw0rth sales amp service North Bennington Road phone 442-4266 Bennington it chef boy a Dei Frozen save 18c 12% of ��00 finast White or colors pkg Sava 45c .00 chef pizza finast deliciously Sweet Apple juice 5 bots $1 finast halves in heavy syrup save 55c Bartlett pears 5 ans $1�� save 17c .00 2 tet Quot facial tissue 6 a i save 29c lib $1.00 j us Quot cans a finast country Sweet Corn a Kraal finast canned Case of 24 $1,79 12 of is of cans a Ginger ale 13 new England s largest retailer of Fine r k

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