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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - June 13, 1964, Bennington, Vermont Warm and humid partly Cloudy warm and Windy today with Good Chance of showers developing by afternoon. Warm tonight with Low in 50s. Overcast sunday with possibility of continuing showers. Sunset tonight 8 38, Sunrise sunday 5 07 . You should be Able to count at least 15 Bright stars in the Constellation scorpion. Try Tong Fillari n or Bennington Vermont saturday june 13, 1964weekly founded in 1841, daily 1903. No. 19,511 to cents Ike welcomes entry of Scranton in race but insists he a still Neutral Washington up a Penn vote getter in presidential his overt Stop Goldwater Effort. Sylvania gov. William Scranton tory commented a it is in this Romney who assailed Gold was welcomed into the gop conviction that i Welcome the water As the prospective presi presidential sweepstakes by entry of gov. Scranton whom dental candidate at the gov publicans of every persuasion i have Long admired into the Friday but supporters of sen. Contest for the presidential m. Coldwater summed nomination of the Republican growing family a Mother Swan with quintuplets in Tow idles in the Spring Sunshine while paddling about a Pond at the farm of or. And mrs. George Vansantvoord of Shadow Rook Road. Poppa Swan was keeping a wary Eye on the photographer during the picture taking session. Hagerman Scranton knows that a the hour is 9 errors conference last weekend said after Scranton a announcement he would try to keep the Michigan delegation uncommitted for the time being. However the Michigan gov to the nominating convention in Porter of ambassador Henry error said he welcomed the san Francisco next month Cabot Lodge switched to Serai Prospect of an open convention a a should have a of ton shortly after visiting Eisei it and added a it appears to me Hower. The visitor was Maxwell Barry up his chances in two words a too the sex president stopped Coldwater was among those Short of an outright endorse who agreed that the delegates ment of Scranton but a sup Scranton the Arizona senator front runner for the nomination Rabb a former Eisenhower a commented a the will fight a White House assistant who has clean vigorous Campaign. He been serving As head of a an analysis makes no attempt to hide the $8 million or $9 million. Nomination with More in sight conventions and drama helps at state conventions this week hold the audience end. Texas will choose a big but Competition also can for state and congressional of bloc of pro Goldwater strength complicate the problem of when it picks its 56 delegates uniting the party once the Norn state convention next nation is settled. Former president Dwight d. Eisenhower although gov. Nelson a. Said Friday that contest is Evi the Arizona senator Rockefeller of new York still is Dence of vigor but it also can would drag Many other gop an Active candidate Scranton leave wounds which Are diff took to the Campaign Trail to help the party. Educated at Yale he was a fitted or within reach to lose where the party takes a More Liberal Wing of the cop. Rock Are party regulars who can be Pilot during world War ii and a Feller a never Bright Hopes expected to support the Nom will not Duck the former president Dwight d. Draft Lodge organization. Gov. Nelson Rockefeller of fact he is Worth an estimated Eisenhower issued a statement new York the Only serious to Washington up a gov. William w. Scranton a Hopes for winning the Republican presidential nomination depend on luring National convention delegates already lined up for sen. Barry Goldwater. The Arizona senator has too candidates to defeat Partick obviously will emerge As the cult to heal much convention strength com Early in the Large Pivotal states Champion of the moderate to both Scranton and Goldwater through his office in Gettys Tive rival to Goldwater until that gov. Scranton a Public record and Public position indicate that he will favor a platform in keeping with our Republican heritage and if Nomin ated would work to carry it another influential gop gov files. Anti Goldwater republicans at its already have played on this week feeling by arguing that nomination of Scranton got a political ii Burg pa., calling the Scranton Friday said he was a glad to error a Mark Hatfield of Ore doctor nation Early in life at the candidacy As a Good for the see gov. Scranton a announce knee of his Mother mrs. Worthington Scranton a Long time Leader in Pennsylvania Republican politics who often gon a said of Scranton sentry into the race a this is Welcome health and vigor of the ment that he is joining the Bat Eisenhower the most popular tie to give our party a news. It should assure an open but neither Rockefeller nor Hatfield will Deli gov. George Romney of Michigan a dark horse Prospect signalled any move for an the nomination unless some of Liberal line than Goldwater. His support can be chipped away and quickly. The base of opposition to Goldwater is Iii the Industrial Scranton a belated announce Northeast in an arc running ment will make him a rallying from new England through the Middle Atlantic states to Ohio and Michigan. Point for the anti Goldwater republicans who regard a Goldwater nomination As a Road map to party disaster. To have a Chance for win the Republican National con or. Mention four weeks from Mon see the Complete text of gov. Scranton a statement on Page 2. Later worked for his family Sinee of the convention. But the Law firm. Before running for loser also must get his Wing of Congress he served As an As the party to work actively for Distant to Secretary of state the nominee in november if Christian Herter in the Eiser it the prize is to be Worth much Hower administration. Throughout his Brief but Suo cop group Triest shake Ike a stand Gettysburg a. Up a four Republican state legislators failed Friday to rally for or the keynote address at the convention and is temporary chairman of the gathering. Eisenhower a statement Gettysburg a. Up a the developing political scene former president Dwight d. And the issues facing the a Eisenhower Friday welcomed Tion. Gov. William w. Scranton so in my judgment free fair candidacy for the Republic and Active Competition among Ning Scranton must instill the same fear into those delegates now favourable to Goldwater. In a year in which Republican prospects of beating president Johnson Are Bleak at Best republicans in every state want a National ticket which will help not Hurt candidates. ,.a a a since moving into the rustic Mer president Dwight d. Eisen these states Send about 400 flickered out when he lost the Cess Ful political career gov. Governors mansion at India in Hower behind the presidential of the 1,308 delegates going to California primary to Gold wat William a it Scranton of Penn town Gap. A. With his wife aspirations of gov. William w. Ca1 presidential nomination As party personalities is not Divis 4-vw in Runkl it Quot i # i run a i p an _ a. A i _ Taah for f in Hacich o nil t i Trow i a it i a. I Sylvania has been a Man who and four children Scranton has Scranton. Make the earned a reputation for Politi the group said it failed if Scranton can Force the always refused to Day. And they contain pockets contest to the convention the plunge into the political Pool Cal courage in the face of of to win from Eisenhower a com of Goldwater strength just As Competition May make the himself and had to be pushed position other states where Goldwater publican presidential Nomina in i9 j0 it took the urging of is Strong contain some pockets Tion More valuable merely give Republican chairmen from six of resistance to Goldwater. In the up tabulation Gold Mitt ment to endorse Scranton distributed by an aide said he pushed a one per cent ii it or he gop presidential Nom crease in the states sales tax lotion before the party san big the party More exposure counties to Force Scranton to reluctant Tec Slature ton us convention in july. Ruth Nartis Arp Myrh award i. Ltd Uii to rough a reluctant legislature water already has 532 of the of the free and valuable pub-655 delegates needed to win the licit they get irom televised lbs Erhard say soviet treaty does not affect Berlin status both parties Are much aware leave his Job with the state de in d was essential part ment and come Home to Mno run for Congress. While the late president John f. Kennedy carried the District by the lawmakers told newsmen to the Public welfare. More following a one hour meeting in gently he put through a Eisenhower a office on the form in the unemployment Campus of Gettysburg College on non c compensation system Over the they stressed Scranton Salleg 3�, votes Scranton won his protests of Many politicians Lance to a a moderate Republic race it. Organized labor. Can ism and that . Sen. Bar two years later Scranton announced plans to run for a Sec by Goldwater of Arizona current front runner for the nomination Washington up a pres the joint communique said new treaty Dent Johnson and West Johnson and Erhard took note said. An Chancellor Ludwig Erhard of the treaty. But it added that agreed in two White House both agreed that a no unilateral until Germany is unified Only meetings Friday that the so move by the soviet Union could the freely elected and Legits and of organized labor. Politically Scranton Ridenti Ond term in the House and then res himself with the moderate let lesser Quot members of retire from politics. This Tine of the cop criticizing reps Ici ticket to defeat. It took pressure from All the those fit let a it ear guard Grout ret Cecil in in onh action against but one of the group rep. I it the communique 315 j0p a up leaders and from former president Dwight a Thev also reaffirmed that against yesterday he also maintains that t h e states a can perform in any functions better thai any government in Washington a a belief that can get a Good Deal of mileage in the Republican it rights in West Germany and modify the obligations and Germany West Germany and or Boyish looking governor to. Berlin. A possibilities of the soviet Union no one else can speak for the d. Eisenhower to talk him into running for governor. A member of the wealthy Good for the health and vigor Ive but to the contrary is Good of the for the health and vigor of the Eisenhower in a statement Paryz the aide told newsmen he did not expect Eisenhower to a for More than a year i say anything further Friday have been arguing that the Eisenhower commented a it publican party would be Bene is in this conviction that i welled if More leading Republic come the entry of gov. Scran crafts would declare their Avail ton whom i have Long admired ability for Public office and into the contest for the presi take it upon themselves to sex dental nomination of the repress their views concerning publican Lounsbury denies hell leave Macbride for track barrel rep. James w. Thus the possibility that he might Lounsbury Friday described As be Able to work at the track ii Goldwater headed the no a utterly ridiculous a report evenings and still be Able to k. Leberknight of Johnstown conceded his chances for election were virtually hopeless Viet East German treaty is in any Way affect the rights of mately constituted government family which gave the Pennsyl powerless to alter Western the three Western Powers or of the Federal government of Vania City its name the Slen vember ticket. A i feel that i am lost with Goldwater As the candidate a the two leaders issued a joint with respect to Germany and German people a the communique said. Erhard said earlier in a sep communique after their second meeting Friday. The first was Johnson and Erhard stressed held in private with no advisers that the soviet government Arate statement that he and present to discuss a a firm would be a solely responsible for Johnson and their advisers Western response to the so the consequences of any at Viet East German treaty announced earlier in Moscow. Came to the conclusion that the tempt at interference with Al treaty did not include a any lied rights resulting from the thin6 really but he Pownal Manchester state Case on taxes two Bennington county towns Pownal and Manchester have stated their Case to the state tax department for what the towns believe to be a More accurate estimate of the fair Market value of their taxable property. The tax department has set its own estimate for each town in the state for purposes of the said the West must be on its guard and respond very clearly to the pact. State department sources also said Johnson and Erhard found no cause for apprehension in the 2 year treaty of Friendship Commerce and navigation Lister told the Banner that his even though East German com group had shown the department Monist chief Walter Ulbricht several errors in the sampling a treated West Berlin As Survey it had made of Pownal a separate from West Ger property valuations. In the Mau it samples used Burdick said the a White House source said state appraisers doing the work the United states Felt a there is had assumed that the Sale prices nothing in the treaty which recorded covered buildings As would give East Germany con Well As land. In fact said Burdick tool Over Western Access to the transactions were of land 13 on revised state Aid to education for Only a form of property that was Johnson and Erhard also did to be excluded in the study pro cussed the importance of in Mula approved by the leists Ture. The formula involves the taxable wealth of each town As a measure of its own ability to support Public schools. Officials of both towns Felt they had made some headway in getting a reduction of their respective fair Market figures set by the state in its study. But they wont know definitely what revision if any will be made by the tax department for probably several More weeks. The tax department however does have to submit its certified findings of the towns equalized grand lists to the department of education by aug. I so that any revision will be known by that time. According to the new state Aid formula the lower the fair Market value of property in a particular school District the proportionately higher would be the Medure. Accompanying Burdick were f. Coleman Mason and Arthur e. Proving relations with Eastern european countries As Well As the situation in South Viet Nam. George selectmen Charlesw Erhard said his government rounds member of the Pownal would increase its Aid to South town school Board and Richard Viet Nam in the political and Pudvar member of the North economic Fields. Pownal school Board. Manchester town manager Oakley Porter believed that he and other town and school officials had presented a a fairly Good cases and that some favourable consideration of the towns Appeal would be received. But again he did not know for certain whether any lowering of the states fair Market figure for Manchester would finally result. Porter said the town will furnish the tax department with a breakdown of the fair Market values set by local listers on various properties grouping state Aid to which it would be these in categories according to entitled. Officials from the two towns appeared at the tax department thursday for hearings on their appeals. A procedure for Appeal Price Range. Using this infer nation the tax department will make a determination on the towns claim that the states sampling of Manchester proper ing the departments findings was ties had not been a represents provided for when the equalize Tive one. Tion study was authorized by the legislature. Porter said the information would be compiled and sent to Harvey Burdick jr., Pownal the state department next week. on the inside text of gov. Scranton a announcement of candidacy a Page 2. The Thrift shop offers bargains benefits a Community services Page 3. Another school myth has been exploded says an editorial Page 4. Full Page of pictures of Bennington Catholic High graduates Page 5. Thomson mfg. Co. Moves into St to a fabrics in a big Way Page 6. Blind Wilmington girl received National citation upon graduating from Trinity colleges Page 7. Rights amendments including a move for nationwide vote in november on the pending legislation. The plebiscite plan was pro., a a. R r., pm platoon in voting for the posed by the South Stop Stra a a in 1n _ amendments Regist sen. Richard b. Russell doa. It was Defeated 67-22 the Senate acted on after a Short debate under the amendments rejecting la tight restrictions imposed by Roll Call votes. Wednesdays historic cloture vote. Before fridays session Russell told newsmen that Southern forces had Little Chance of forcing significant changes in the bipartisan Bill which is be chs gives class uni it awards to�?T64 awards awards and More awards was the theme of class night ceremonies Friday for the 1964 graduates of Bennington Catholic High school. Winners of athletic and band monograms Scholastic honors and various scholarships made up the Long list of students recognized during the program which took place at the High school before an audience of parents teachers and other students. Also included in the program were a Welcome by class president Joseph Kennedy presentation of the class yearbook by Gloria Charest remarks by student Council president Joseph Deery and the valedictory by Mary Brunina. Salutatorian Joan Flynn could not be present to make her address because of illness. The glee club offered two Rod see chs class Page 2, col. 4 making the rounds that he is carry out his Campaign work resigning As Campaign manager during the Days without conflict for Republican gubernatorial he said he expects to know More said Leberknight who rep hopeful Roger Macbride to take about the Job possibility this resents a normally democratic a positional Green Mountain Park weekend. Race track. Lounsbury pointed out that Lounsbury a Democrat and Sta a be Law prohibits a legislator town representative from pow. Fuch As a from working a i where the track is located. Or race track corporation told the Banner that he May a a separate service have an Opportunity to work Forfi pm he be Wod t not put Tel fax a firm which provides him under he Law s restriction. Photo coverage of the races for Lounsbury said Macbride the track. But he said his work would be carrying his Campaign for Macbride has a first prior the coming weeks to win Dilys and that he would not take Bam Windsor Rutland and the position if he Felt it would Northern Bennington counties. In margins with Only a few Sena the Lour assemblymen were conflict with his running of Mac recent weeks he said he and tors joining the 19-Man South part of a 27-member group brides Campaign. The Halifax town representative Southern amendments rejected by Senate Bush spokesman for the Washington up a the ing offered by Senate leaders group said he asked Eisenhowe Senate Friday rejected a series voting during the Day bore tills or to Back Scranton a at the of Southern sponsored civil out. Proper he described this proposed changes w Ere time As a sometime Between bowled Over by substantial now and july 13.�?� District. Other members of the group were state reps. Alvin c. Bush Lycoming county ailed d. Wil Liams jr., Bucks and h. Jack Seltzer Lebanon. Which sought a meeting with Eisenhower on thursday. The group left a message asking the former president for support of Scranton. Who Hopes to capture the he noted however that for publican nomination for gov the next five or six weeks he error have been concentrating and Macbride will be Coneen their efforts in the Northern part rating their efforts in the South of the state most recently the pm part of the state. There was Northeast kingdom. Hagerman Putnam cupola pros Frfd at least a portion of the former Henry w. Putnam residence being razed to make Way for a shopping Center will be preserved. Burgess Brothers contractor which is doing the leveling has taken Down intact the cupola which stood atop die building. It is being purchased by George Finckel of Bennington College to be used As a summer cottage playhouse. The building on North Street where an Aap shopping Center will go was originally the Home of the late Bennington industrialist and Benefactor. More recently it was a Convent and College for the Sisters of St. Joseph

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