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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - June 14, 1963, Bennington, Vermont 2-Bennington Banner Friday june 14, 1963 around Vermont motorcyclist killed on u.,7 Charlotte a a motorcyclist was killed and his companion was critically injured last night in an Accident on s. 7. Arthur m. Devoid 30, of Burlington was Dep on arrival air a Hospital. His passenger 19-year-old Sally Paquett of Burlington suffered severe head injuries and was report Eden critical condition this morning at Mary Fletcher Hospital in Burlington. State police said devoid left the Road As he approached the site of construction of the new s. 7. Woman gets $4,500 in store suit Brattleboro a a Federal jury yesterday awarded $4,500 to a White River Junction woman in her negligence suit against a department store. My. Pasqualina morale 69, sued the j. J. Newbury co. Stops in White River Junction for $17,500. She charged negligence in an Accident oct. 2, 1961, in which she allegedly fell Over a Box that was in a protruding position in one of the merchandise aisles. Trial was in s. District court. Check bouncer guilty on eight counts Barre a a 45-year-old Cabot Man was sentenced to state prison thursday after pleading guilty in municipal court to eight counts of passing bad checks. Sidney Barnett received five sentences of eight to 12 months each to be served consecutively. He also received three concurrent sentences. The checks were for $10 each authorities said. Judge Arthur n. Mccleod said the stiff sentence was handed Down because of Barnetts previous record. Hoff trying to get work for be Plant Montpelier a gov. Hoff says he is doing everything he can to get defense contracts for the general electric Plant in Burlington which has been forced to Lay off Many workers this year. Hoff met yesterday with Isidoro plan president of the electrical workers Union local at the Plant. He asked Pinan to join him in the efforts to relieve the Layoff situation. New York children to vacation in arca North Adams a plans Are under Way once Agre for bringing children from the new York City area to the hem Berkshire for summer vacations under the auspices of the new York Herald Tribune a fresh air fund. Mrs. Fred l. Perry of 308 East main St., and mrs. Albert Maroni of 215 East Quincy St., again Are chairmen for this area. Thirteen children have been invited again to visit the Homes where they have Beer guests before and seven new children have been accepted by residents for the two week period beginning july 18. The children will return to their Homes aug. I. Colonel to direct Urban renewal Burlington a an army colonel who is about to retire has been hired to direct Burlington s Urban renewal Agency. Col. John a. Williams 54, of Essex Junction will begin his Job As head of the new Agency on aug. I at a salary of $10,000." Williams who was chosen from 25 candidates said a a Burlington a initial Urban renewal planning has been wonderful and i intend to implement these Williams is Vermont a senior army advisor and is stationed at Camp Johnson in Colchester. Over in new York Bandit bags $152 from camera store Albany a a Holdup Man claiming to have a gun but never producing it escaped with an estimated $152 from the Cash Register of the . Colwell amp co. Camera store 13 James Street at about 6 20 . Yesterday. The thief borrowed a cig Aret from the store clerk Michael Devall 45 Dove Street while waiting for to to 15 minutes for two customers to leave. Then the thief told Devall that it was a Holdup. Devall said the Holdup Man a was a Cool the estimated loss in Bills and change was Given by w. Heyer store proprietor. Police Are seeking a Man with fair complexion Blond hair about 25 or 30 years of age five feet tall of slight build a with the Start of a Beard under his Chin a and wearing a Gray sports jacket. Churches commend Albany papers Albany a the Board of directors of the capital area Council of churches adopted a Resolution yesterday commending Albanys newspapers a for the role which they have played in making this a better the Resolution transmitted As letters to Gene Robb publisher of the times Union and Knickerbocker news and to the editors of the two news papers stated a during the past year the capital area Council of churches has devoted a considerable portion of its program to Community problems directly affecting area residues. The degree to which this emphasis has helped to create a climate of understanding and acceptance has been due in Large measure to the interest and concern As expressed by our local the Council of churches is a coordinating body for some too protestant anglican and Eastern orthodox churches of Albany and Vicinity. Down in Berkshire building permits for $163,397 issued Williamstown a building inspector Joseph Mccann reports that a total of fifteen building permits with an estimated value of $163,397 were issued Here during May. Last months total represents an increase Over april when Alae permits were issued totalling $46,600 in value and Over May of 1962 when ten permits valued at $7,400 were issued. First graduation at Mccann tech North Adams a three seniors received diplomas thursday night in the first graduation ceremonies at the new Mccann regional technical vocational school. James f. Carsno jr., Richard r. King and Roger a. Rondeau received diplomas indicating completion of High school level courses with majors in machine technology. The three had completed three years of study it the former Drury Trade school. A total of 26 postgraduate certificates were also awarded and capping ceremonies were held for four members of the class in practical nursing. Superintendent director James r. Westall and regional school committee chairman Bernard Lenhoff presided. Or. Richard a. Sleeman chairman of the science division at North Adams state College said the modern new Plant was visible evidence that North Berkshire was keeping Pace with changing educational needs dictated by a changing Economy. Drury graduates receive $38,000 a North Adams a More than $38,000 in prizes awards and scholarships were presented to Drury High school graduates last night at class night exercises. The awards Are for the students first year in further study. Presentations were made by principal Stephen Drotter and miss Katherine f. Cody director of the guidance department or by representatives of the different local organizations making the awards. Pro Merito Roll students who had achievement grades of 85 per cent or higher for four years Are Walter Alderman jr., George Bailey Bruce Batease Bruce Boisvert Mary Lou Brewer Donna Campbell o. Ann Clark Sandra bought Mary Jane Daniels Lynn Dion Donald Gilbert Gerald Hamilton Frances Harrington Elinore Hinman Ellen Law Linda Libardo John Roach Carolyn Sanford and Darlene Wilson. Goldfine Home auctioned for $38,000-auctioneer Aaron Krock raises his hand As he auctioned off the colonial Home of tax troubled textile magnate Bernard Goldfine for $38,000 in the Boston suburb of Chestnut Hill. The Bay state Federal Loans and savings of Boston were the final bidders. Earlier another of Goldfine s various properties the Little building in downtown Boston was auctioned off for $2 million. A photo Boston protest a act plans for pupils to quit school one Day Boston apr an official of the National association for Advance of coloured people Boston Branch has endorsed the move to have negro pupils of Public High and Junior High schools quit classes for a Day. Richard Banks local Vic president said last night the Dean. Stratton set for next tue fld a will be a a Means of indicating our deep seated feeling about existing conditions in Public schools. The a stay out for Freedom move was initiated by the citizens for human rights to dramatize negro charges at unequal school facilities in predominantly coloured sections. Mrs. Louise Day Hicks school committee chairman appealed to parents to Send their children to school tuesday. She called the Boycott talk a irresponsible a adding a your children need More education not mrs. Hicks issued a statement saying a to urge children to disregard the Law by staying out of school is Terr by wrong. I Appeal to the Good mothers and fathers of these boys and girls to Send their children to school next negro groups complained to the school committee tuesday night that school equipment in the predominantly coloured sections of Roxbury and the South end is sub Standard. They also said classes Are held in old overcrowded schools. Civil defense life in shelter Isnit Rosy Washington apr volunteers for prolonged tests in fallout shelters Are not told in Advance what psychological stresses they May undergo civil defense officials said today. A spokesman said in reply to a question that a to warn participants in Advance of potential events negates the objective of shelter occupancy research under conditions similar to that to which people would encounter in actual attack. An important part of each of the now considerable number of tests with Volunteer groups a made by the office of civil defense the Navy and in studies by private research organizations for the government a is related to the psychological and morale Impact. Reports on the studies have ind made Public during the past several years. The spokesman said that among other things some of the tests had shown that a period of a mild depression occurred in test groups at some Point during the stay in a shelter. The periods for the tests have varied from a Day or two to two weeks and from groups of volunteers ranging from a few persons to As Many As too. Ages of volunteers have been from children about 6 or 7 to persons 70 or older. Travelling Kentucky Frankfort by. Apr out of state travellers spent $205 million in Kentucky last year a University of Tennessee Survey indicates. One study showed the period of mild depression among the occupants came about the Middle of the program. An urge to get out of the shelter increased steadily among the majority of people in a test but with few exceptions they stuck it out for the whole programmed period As Long As two weeks in some instances. Berkshire race dates upheld Boston apr the Massachusetts racing commission has reaffirmed its award of six racing dates to Berkshire fair for a horse racing meeting at Berkshire Downs. The org land racing dates award last Winter triggered a legislative investigation into horse racing in Massachusetts and so a called a phantom fairs a which Are fairs in name Only set in order to be granted racing dates. Gov. Endicott Peabody earlier this year had suggested to the commission that the Berkshire fair dates be rescinded. The governor said the fairs application for racing dates did not mention that some of its directors also Are directors of Berkshire Downs. Berkshire Downs is operated by Hancock raceway inc., in the town of Hancock. The commission said thursday that after consideration of evidence presented at an inquiry hearing requested by Peabody it could find no reason to rescind the dates. The fair racing dates will be july 1-6. Courts seen doing badly with youths Newcastle . Apr two speakers at the opening session of the new England conference on Cofeild welfare agree that the nations courts Are exerting undue influence in the destinies of children from broken Homes. Martin Gula of the children a Bureau in Washington said judges in Many states a remove children from their Homes without any concept of what a family and atty. Edwin Walker of Saco Maine said lawyers and judges Are not generally acquainted with child welfare institutions and a a Lack of understanding exists which should be six Hundred social workers from the six state area Are attending the conference which opened thursday. Gula said the needs of millions of american children Are not being met and the requirements of these children Are not being made known to the general Public. Linwood Brown executive director of the Sweetser children a Home in Saco Maine said there is a Lack of adequate facilities for the care of disturbed children in new England. A therapy is More than just the treatment of a child by a psychiatrist a he said. Another speaker Robert mul Ford executive director of the Massachusetts society for the prevention of cruelty to children said there is an increase in the number of children requiring Foster Home care in new England and a corresponding decrease in the number of Foster Homes available. Tale phones business. 443-6300 newsroom. 442-2000 display advertising. 442-3m4 the Bennington Banner is published Dolly except sunday and Legal holidays at 425 main St., Bennington Vermont by the Bonner publishing corporation. Member of the associated press. The associated press is entitled exclusive to the use for republication of Ell local news printed in this newspaper As Well As All a news dispatches. Home delivery by Carrier and motor delivery 7e per Day subscription Batis by mail so i. Radius Ond Oil Vermont 3 mos. 4.25 a 6 mos. So of a i or. Shoo r Lar whirr in Thi s. 0 mos. S4.75 a 0 mos. 09.00 a i or. S17j0 special rates for servicemen Montpelier apr the Senate education committee has come with the Surprise move to introduce the substance of the school Ald formula devised by rep. W. Arthur Simpson and the school directors association. Sen. Grahams. Newell a Cale Donla said the measure would be for debate next week. An opponent of the Bill rep. Samuel a. Parsons r Hubbardton predicted its introduction would delay final adjournment. The formula was originally proposed in an Ald to education Bill gym alumni asked for funds the current Issue of the unit varsity of Vermont alumni Magazine heralds a return to annual alumni giving and announces a program which will direct alumni gifts to five continuing projects. The projects include an alumni Library fund a graduate research Fellowship fund an unrestricted presidents fund an alumni scholarship fund and an alumni faculty chair fund. Citing alumni and friends of the University for their help in making possible completion of a major building program Fey said the University will now direct general alumni and other private support for the establishment of the new five Point program. Introduced in january which also contained a provision to set a state equalization Board. The formula was knocked out by the Bill a supporters in Hopes that at least the equalization provision could be passed. It was and gov. Philip h. Hoff signed the measure yesterday. Newell a announcement followed on the heels of the signing. He said All six members of his committee Felt the measure de served to be debated because candidates of both parties campaigned on the formula Issue last year. The formula which would take effect july i 1964, would be arrived at by subtracting local education Effort from annual financial need in the school District or town. Hoff opposed its passage at this session and the proposal has Many enemies in the House. Chuck roast Bone in Dairy Queen special Coke float Reg. 25 . Served Only at. Q19a2 Dairy Quern Nat. Dev. Co. Dairy Queen coming soon Lemon velvet sundae no. Benn. Re. Bennington it. Next to a a w Root boor Oil burners adjusted comprehensive Burner service contract covers annual Check and adjustment plus other Cost saving services our comprehensive Burner service contract helps guard you against heating worries. And it can lower heating costs these three important ways 1. By making sure your Burner is cleaned and adjusted for Peak efficiency to help give you maximum heat from every gallon of fuel. 2. By catching Little troubles before they can become big ones. A Small adjustment or repair in your heating system now May save you Many dollars later on. 3. By insuring you against unexpected repair Bills a by helping to protect you against heat interruption. For Complete details about our Burner service contracts a and about our Many other services a Call today at the number below. Johnson Oil co. 210 depot St. 0 co dial 442-4018 Bennington cd Mon out to Saratoga tonight Simpson school Aid formula for debate in Senate again a attention bargain Hunters Thomson manufacturing co. Is offering factory rejects to you on sat. June 15 from 9 . To 4 . This is underwear for boys girls ladies and men. Some Are not mended May be slightly stained but serviceable. Enter through shipping room door on Ben Mont ave. For Good old fashioned fun restaurants and viewing areas heated. A multitude of Mutual windows conveniently located should you decide to place a gentleman s Wager. Come on the run Saratoga raceway daily double closes 8 00 . Post time 8 15 . Every night s a Holiday night at Saratoga. Men your ladies fair will truly enjoy Beautiful starlit nights at Saratoga. Mon along tonight to see picturesque pacers and thrilling Trotters sup n sip live a bit

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