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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - June 10, 1966, Bennington, Vermont Sureness France up thousands of frenchmen visited a . Military cemetery Here today to Honor the memory of americans who died for France in two world wars. Government bungling turned the memorial ceremony into a major outburst of sentiment. At the order of the government there was no ceremony at i Valldes Frances greatest military shrine and the site of Napoleons Tomb. It was because the French government insisted that the annual tribute to the fallen world War i doughboy and world War ii gigs not be held at i Valldes that this years a Kelly Day ceremony received so much attention including that of . Ambassador Charles e. Bohlen. The a Kelly memorial commit stolen car recovered the last of three automobiles stolen from Leblanc s used car lot on North Bennington Road saturday night has been recovered according to Village police. The missing car a 1961 Oldsmobile. Was found in Shaftsbury hollow wednesday. Two other cars were found abandoned in Bennington sunday the Day the thefts were discovered. Keys were obtained for the cars by breaking into the Leblanc office situated across from the Johnson Oil company. Tee a named after sgt. Lawrence f. Kelly of Altoona pa., the first american to die in the liberation of Paris in june of 1944, annually had held its Observance at the i Valldes. But this year the armed forces ministry decided not to permit it. The ban coming in the midst of president Charles de Gaulle a anti american Campaign raised a storm of controversy. The controversy was compounded by the ministry a week Long delay before explaining that the ban was aimed at neither the Kelly memorial committee nor americans generally but was merely part of a Campaign to reduce the number of private ceremonies held at the i Valldes. After the ban the Kelly committee transferred the ceremony to the american military cemetery at sur Esnes one of the largest. The publicity attending the incident caused Many More frenchmen to make the plug rummage this year to the Graves of the 85,000 americans burled in France than in the past. Hayden recovers Washington up a sen. Carl t. Hayden d-ariz., 88-year-old Dean of the Senate is expected to be discharged from Bethesda naval medical Center wednesday. Hayden first entered the Hospital May 29 for treatment of an infection of the lower urinary tract. Local resident awarded $200 a Charles f. Nolfo of Bennington third place Winner in the annual essay contest sponsored by the National defense transportation association receives his prize a Check for $200, from Arthur l. Falk vice president of the National organization. Cadet Nolfo son of mrs. Frank c. Nolfo 126 Jefferson Avenue is a Junior at the state University maritime College at fort Schuyler Bronx. His prize winning essay was entitled a the Inland Waterways cannot be forever the award was made wednesday at a formation of the Cadet corps. Looking on is vice Admiral . Moore usog re president of the maritime College. Nutrition expert says 44 a right diet includes rite diet bread Joan Dickens nutrition expert says a the right diet is essential if you want to look your Best and rite diet bread belongs in a Well balanced diet. Its High in protein vitamins and minerals. Its nutrition right that a Why i recommend it. Also its baked without shortening meaning no fats added and its absolutely delicious so eat rights include rite diet bread Choice of Light or dark. Free get your Handy pamphlet a guide to a proper diet a where you buy rite diet bread today David m. Gottesman is awarded medical degree David m. Gottesman son in Law of or. And mrs. Arthur d. Taylor of Convent Avenue was graduated from Albany medical College a Union University at the schools 136th commence ment held saturday. He is the son of or. And mrs. James Gottesman of new York City and is a third generation physician in the family. He is married to the former Susan Lynn Taylor and the Young couple Are the parents of a daughter Julie Ann. The new or. Gottesman received his m. S. Degree from Wesleyan University in Connecticut in 1962 and plans to Complete his medical intern ship at Albany medical College. The commencement address at the Albany College ceremonies was delivered by Marion b. Folsom Secretary of health education and welfare under the Eisenhower administration and currently a director of the Eastman Kodak company. Or. Folsom was awarded an honorary doctor of science degree. French memorial service Center of controversy Bennington Banner Friday june to 196b-5 three doctors almost a key personnel involved in the local Ford foundation sponsored cooperative project for curriculum development gathered this week for what was described As a rare three Way it together to review Cpd programs. From left Are or. Reuben Rusch project evaluator John Herlihy project director and or. Robert Lorrette project advisor. Herlihy will he receiving his doctorate in the Field of curriculum and supervision monday from the University of Connecticut. The two consultants who Are both associated with the state University of new York at Albany met with Herlihy at the up cd a new offices at 253 Union St. Hagerman new described by kor area residents fleeced at meeting in keys Pijl of ii a a-v., v a it a ,.i amps i f special formula bread baked by Woodstock a a a new beginning was the Way Carl h. Hopkins of Montpelier characterized the work of keep Vermont Beautiful inc. During the last 3 months in his report to the annual meeting of the anti lit Ter organization at the Woodstock inn thursday afternoon. A we Are Back in the front ranks of those dedicated to Kee it ing Vermont a the beckoning country a a Hopkins said Hopkins summarized Kab accomplishments since Mardi of this year including May cleanup month As follows a a Limerick contest involving 7,000 sixth Grade students in Public and Catholic diocesan schools with 1,000 entries. A membership for 1966-67,fiscal year starting july i running to Date at $2,500 in dues and gifts. A a Complete Survey of All Vermont communities to evaluate local ordinances Banning unauthorized dumping. I Gas clean burning silent economical that a Why so Many modern people Cook with Gas heat with Gas and heat hot water with Gas. Go Modi in go g As Vermont Gas corp. Main St. A Bennington dial 442-6318 a distribution of litter bags to All department offices of Vermont state government for use in state cars. A arrangement for distribution of 200,000 litter bags via coca cola bottlers in Vermont and serving Vermont through retail stores. A distribution of litter bags to information Booths. A a review of state statutes on litter. Mrs. Frank h. Teagle or. Of Woodstock was elected As new president of the organization succeeding Hopkins who will become chairman of the Board. Robert e. Schill of Rutland assistant to the president of the Central Vermont Public service corporation was elected As vice president of Kab. Donald a. Hemenway of Bennington was re elected treasurer and named As chairman of the finance committee. Among those nominated and elected As trustees were Bennington county mrs. Notley Duhamel of Bennington and Hemenway. Vincent w. Kafka Liaison specialist in beautification from the general electric company in Schenectady told the group that the k Ben Nin g i on b \ n n he Tel phones 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., 15201 by the Banner publishing corporation. Members of United press International which is entitled exclusively to use for republication of All local news printed in this newspaper As Well As All up news dispatches. Home delivery by Carrier and motor delivery 10 per Day subscription rates by mall for 50-mlle radius and All Vermont 3 months $6.30, 6 months $11.70, i year $22.50 elsewhere in the . 3 months $7.00 6 months $13.00 i year $25.00 second class postage paid at Bennington it. 05201 the electric utilities Are making beautification of their plants and other installations a a priority a the keys to distribution systems As attractive As the grounds and Homes they serve Are integration simplification and concealment a Kafka Homes served by underground Power lines will increase from 5 per cent to 50 per cent in the next 5 Kafka conducted a slide presentation of electric Utility efforts in beautification in cooperation with general electric. He also showed a color film a no time for ugliness prepared by the american Institute of architects. Two from area hired to teach Iii North Adams North Adams mass. A among the teachers appointed by the school committee Here tuesday night were two Bennington residents. Thomas Beshara son of or. And mrs. Michael Beshara of Bradford Street was hired to teach social studies in the Junior High schools. A graduate of St. Michael a College he will Complete his requirements for a masters degree at Springfield College in August. Miss Gail Mouroutsos daughter of or. And mrs. James Mouroutsos of Crescent Boulevard will teach English at Freeman Junior High. A graduate of Colby Junior College and the University of Vermont she has been teaching at Freeman on a substitute basis. Both Are graduates of Bennington High school

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