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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - June 12, 1963, Bennington, Vermont Negroes protest Bias in Boston Boston apr some 300 negroes gathered to sing hymns in front of the offices of the Boston City Hall last night to protest what they called segregated and unequal school facilities. The charges had been presented at a Public hearing before the school committee earlier. Representatives of the National association for the advancement of coloured people which sought the hearing the committee of racial Equality and the citizen for the Boston Public schools demanded immediate action to improve and integrate predominantly negro schools in the South end and Roxbury sections. The crowd later returned to the school committee bulking. Shortly before 11 30 p. unidentified Clergyman emerged from the building and advised the watchers to go Home. Most of them did. A i Kike double s amp h Stamps wednesday North Bennington . Bennington it. I Stamps for your graduate deluxe styling a the Saturn 4rg3 series Ria Victor transistor portable $14 95 up in most try Steo name in elect Ionics Dave a to dial 442-2320 308 main St. Bennington Bennin Jan Banner wednesday june 12, 1963-11 petition delivered members of Congress from Massachusetts tuesday receive a petition asking their help in getting permanent certification of the new York Florida air route for Northeast airlines. From left Frank Linder and Frank o Connell both of transport workers Union rep. F. Bradford Morse a rep. Harold Donohue a rep. Philip Philbin a rep. James Burke a sen. Edward Kennedy a rep. Torbert Macdonald a speaker John Mccormack a rep. Hastings Keith a sen. Leverett Saltonstall a rep. Thomas o Neill jr., a rep. William Bates r., and Charles Sadam of Twu. A photo Vermont Ana at 86, patients defer to her since she a younger than they South Barre apr mrs. Mattie Groman has no trouble running her nursing Home for 18 elderly patients. A they sort of defer to me because they younger than i am Quot she explains. Mrs. Gorman is 86. Only one patient is older than she is a 96-year-old woman. The youngest patient is 70. Petite cheerful and Alert mrs. Gorman provides for her charges an example of gracious and Active living. In the past year she sailed on a tramp Streamer for a Caribbean vacation took a 6,-000-mile Cross country Auto ride and visited every Corner of Disneyland. Last fall she took a six week training course at Barre City Hospital to earn a practical nurses License. She passed her state examination with an impressive score. Mrs. Gorman widow of a former Barre postmaster opened the doors of her 23-room Home to her first patient in 1938. This was As a favor to a woman in the neighbourhood who had no Means to take care of her elderly brother. Over the years others asked mrs. Gorman to take in members of their family who had no one to attend to them full time. She was in business. And she has no plans to give up her work. A a there a no such thing As retirement Quot she says. A if you Active All your life and you try to retire you fall to pieces mentally and physically. In be seen it happen so Many Many she a up at 6 . To see that breakfast goes off All right and usually ends her Day watching television with some of her patients. A full staff including a registered nurse takes care of the patients the cooking and the housework. Mrs. Gormanos son in Law and daughter or. And mrs. Joe Caruso and their two teen age children live at the Home and help run it. Mrs. Gorman says her big Job is to help the patients with their individual problems. Many of them now come to her place from hospitals crippled by old age. A i try to see that they get better on their feet and help them lose the idea they so old they going to die anyway Quot she says. A i Tea chem a look at me and they have to As for another problem that can haunt the elderly she makes sure a they Haven to a Chance to be mrs. Gorman is Active in organizations connected with nursing Homes. Her trip to the West coast last summer was a combined business pleasure journey by car. She and other family members went first to Seattle wash., where she attended a meeting of the National association of nursing Homes. After touring the world s fair they headed for California to visit relatives a and Disneyland. A i had As much fun there As the children did Quot she recalled. When she was planning her Caribbean cruise the shipping firm told her she would have to show a doctor s certificate telling the Captain she was in the Pink of health. She got it with no trouble. The cruise was one of several she has taken in recent years most of them on tramp steamers. Mrs. Gorman passed her state examination for a practical nursing License Ullh a 346 score. The passing Mark was 250. The state Board notified her of her performance with these words penned at the Bottom of the official notice a you Are wonderful and have made Hoff must decide soon if arsonist goes free fillet Haddock halibut Steak not Frozen walkers la. La. 59�?~ 79�?~ food Market come to Sayles North Adams mass. Olurame can tar of every thing you Wani of see Ano of Onfrio oking Boston common Handy to a subways a theatres a shopping a Hist Sites a business districts. Tork in Boston modern spacious rooms at moderate rates a and a charge for children under 14. Air conditioning 21�?� to and plenty of parking a including Span of Quot 1450 cars la Ilia new Baste Camel under ground garage. Homa of Tbs famous Sakis Ream Boston s most glamorous cocktail lounge the tour Aida bar the chass Ream the Cee Stelto Tiea Ream and the eur aide restaurant featuring traditional new England fart at popular prices. Member diners club american express and carte Blanche for reservations write to Thomas j. Walsh general mgr. Hotel Touraine Tremont amp Boylston sts., Boston Tel. Hancock 6-3500 Montpelier apr a the governor gave me a very considerate and very patient reception a a said convicted arsonist Frank Brown 58, of Brattleboro. Browne a Fate rests today in the hands of gov. Philip h. Moc who met yesterday with these Vermont supreme court justices and other officials to review Browne Scase. Within 72 hours Hoff will decide whether Brown will be a free Man or whether he will serve life imprisonment. Brown was convicted of arson resulting in death in connection with a fire dec. 26, 1958 that swept the Brattleboro drug store he managed. Lyman Streeter an elderly resident of an apartment Over the store died in the Blaze. After Browne a conviction he petitioned the states highest court for a new trial but it was rejected. Following several other Legal Maneu vers the . Supreme court refused last april i to Grant a hearing on the Case. This meant Brown had to resume his life sentence at Windsor state prison. But Hoff granted him a 60 Day conditional parole which expires Friday. Unless the governor takes new action room meal tax increase seen Montpelier apr the vice chairman of the House ways a Means committee said tuesday the committee a definitely Quot will propose increasing the rooms and meals tax. Rep. Anthems b. Farrell jr., a Norwich said the tax which is now three per cent May be raised to either four or five per cent. Farrell added that a Public hearing on the committee proposal will be held in the House chamber tomorrow at 1 30 . Representatives of the Vermont hotel association and others Are scheduled to testify. The proposal has not been made in Bill form yet. The tax increase has been the most often mentioned method of raising the $4 million or so increase in gov. Hoff s budget which the House has approved Over the governor s objector. The general appropriations Bill is now in the Senate where some cuts Are being made in it by the appropriations committee. I Brown will be Back behind bars. The governor can Grant Brown a full Pardon conditional Pardon or parole or decline to take further action. Hoff spent nearly three hours discussing the Case yesterday with chief Justice Benjamin n. Hulburd and justices James s. Holden and Albert w. Barney of also on hand were attorney general Charles e. Gibson jr., states attorney John a. Rocray of Brattleboro and Browne a lawyers Henry f. Black of Wilder and John s. Burgess of Brattleboro. Brown was in the executive chamber with the officials for nearly an hour during the afternoon a Long session. During the rest of the time he sat quietly in a chair outside the governor s office. His wife was with him. Hoff said after the meeting he will make his decision before f Day. State urging nursing Home standards Rise Montpelier apr social welfare commissioner John j. Wackerman has announced an a incentive Quot plan to raise standards in nursing Homes. The plan will increase allocations for state welfare patients in Homes with High standards. Wackerman said yesterday that beginning july i three categories of Homes will be determined. Those in group one with the highest standards will receive $205 a month for welfare patients who need professional care and $175 monthly for personal care patients. The group two figures will be $190 and $160 and in group three allocations will be $175 and $145. Increased participation by the Federal government will provide the extra Money for the new program Wackerman said. Experiment sets peace corps Grant Washington apr the peace corps has approved award of a $112,312 training contract to the Experiment in International living at Putney for an agriculture project in Guinea the Vermont congressional delegation reported Friday. 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