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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - June 21, 1965, Bennington, Vermont Ulm Rudh int i is a it psf Slafta tit Ftp conf of a Tim Batty pcs to Lucid to i various customers jetty sch Jih o Hagerman 10-Bennington Banner monday june 21, 1965 obituaries William j. Warner Globe Union open House More than 1.000 Bennington area residents turned out saturday for an open House marking completion of its new Plant Here by the Globe Battery division of Globe Union inc. The automotive storage batteries to be produced under private Brand names of other companies will be distributed throughout new England and eventually new York state and possibly Northern Pennsylvania. Employment Here is expected to reach 125 to 150, and possibly More. The open House was the Climax of three Days of special events held by the company to Mark the Start of operations at the $2.5 million. 132.000 Square foot manufacturing facility. Manchester listers continued from Page 5 it with out own a under these dreamt afford to go constructed hands but cum stances i ahead on Johnson also pointed he Cost the town Little ices. A we re too far sewer or town water a out that in Servos for he com a merited a and the towns been a dangling Blacktop under my nose j for the past to h said he too would be satisfied to go Back to the 1964 figure. A at this Point in the hearing Lister Bryant objected strenuously to chairman Bigelow a ask lug each Appellant what head be satisfied with. A it sounds like the boards a going to drop them Back Auto a magically without an inspection a Bryant complained. A Justice of the peace Ralph f. J Fleming poured Oil pm troubled Waters. A a it a not what they j want its what we decide a he emphasized. J another Appellant saturday was Walter Kimball who owns a House with two apartments and a fourth municipal court Robert s. Ross 34, of Providence r.i., was Given a five Day sentence in Bennington county jail after he pleaded no contest in municipal court this morning to a breach of peace charge. He was represented by atty. John p. Morrissey. A charge of lewd and lascivious conduct was dropped by the state. Judge George m. Fienberg ruled that since Ross has spent six Days in jail for Lack of Ball he could consider his sentence served. John r. Ford 19, of Pittsford pleaded guilty to a speeding charge and was fined $25. State police said he was arrested june 16 on . 7 in Manchester. Gregory h. Perry 20, of Manchester pleaded guilty to speeding and was fined $20.10. He was ticketed june 13 on Vermont 30 in Rupert according to state police. Donald r. Andrew 18, of 319 Gage St. Pleaded guilty to a charge that on june 18 he drove a motorcycle on Vermont 61a without a License. Judge Fienberg imposed a $10 Fine. Theodore p. Midurski 18, of North Bennington was fined $10 on ills guilty plea to a charge that on june 18 in Shaftsbury he parked his 1958 my on Church Street so As to interfere with traffic. I mile North of Latham Circle Box office open to . To 8 . Phone 785-8559 tues. July 6 thru Sun. July Law a Lyric Fly aun Jay Lenner away Frederick Loewe starring Igors Gavon Judith Hastings Mon. July 12 one night Only Carlos Montoya week july 13 18 Jean Pierre Aumont Marl a Pavan in �?ogigi11 season tickets save 20%, Coupon books save 1051 tickets by Box office by phone or write Box 186. Latham. acre of land pm Seminary Avenue. Under another owner in 1964, the property received an appraisal value of $3,000, which had been increased to $4,000 this year. A this is a 33 and 1-3 raise a Kimball pointed out. He said the listers had told him the raise was due to the fact that it was a a Nice neighbourhood a and the a houses Are expensive up Kimball said he Hadnot planned to Appeal but then decided it was quite a jump. He said he thought it was the oldest House in the neighbourhood but found on checking that no other came a close to it in also heard were Doyle Frost of Richville Seymour Stern of Nassau county ., who owns a still uncompleted vacation Home on the Barnumville Road and Berry a. Wall. Tonight shearing begins at 7. Two accidents in the Village reports of two two car collisions neither of them involving personal injuries were issued this morning by Bennington Village police. The first occurred about 2 50 . Saturday on North Street in front of the Dinette restaurant. Involved were a 1963 Ford Sedan operated by Earlene la Van nag of Monroe mass., and a 1964 Oldsmobile Sedan owned by Charles Bushee of Scarey Lane and operated by Theodore Demarco of North Bennington Road. According to the report Demarco had opened his front left door to see if any traffic was coming before pulling away from the curb when the lava nag car struck the opened door with its right front fender. The second Accident occurred about 9 . Today on main Street in front of the k of c Hall. Involved were a 1965 Plymouth Sedan operated by Everett c. Wager or. Of 446 main St. And a 1964 Buick Sedan operated by Clayton b. Daigneault of 199 Crecent blvd. According to the report Daigneault had turned around in the Bennington garage corp. Parking area and was pulling into main Street to head East when the right front of his car collided with the left front of wagers car which was also headed East. County court a jury trial in a civil suit brought by Chester Dunican against Lizzie Mae Briggs is scheduled in Bennington county court this week. Atty. Waldo c. Holden represents the plaintiff. Harte theatre phone 2-4990 Bennington. It tonight thru tues. Eve. 6 30 amp 8 33 . I it Oslo Ink United artists plus Thi beatles in i rolling stones Quot East Arlington youth badly Hurt in Accident an 18-year-old East Arlington youth was reported this morning in a a critical condition at Putnam memorial Hospital where he was taken Early saturday morning with injuries received in a one car Accident in Arlington. Suffering multiple bruises and contusions and a possible head injury in the crash was Lowell p. Greenwold son of the Rev. And mrs. Granville Greenwold. Young Greenwold according to state police was the Driver of a 1959 opel which went out of control on a slight curve to the right on . 7 about one Quarter of a mile North of the Green Mountain diner. The car according to the report overturned then Slid along the Road on its top. Greenwold and a passenger with him Philip Bacon 17, of Sunderland were taken to the Bennington Hospital by a Hanson Walbridge ambulance after treatment at the scene by or. James p. Of Neil. Bacon was released after treatment at the Hospital. A Valley Falls ., Man was reported in a fairly Good condition at the Hospital this morning where he was taken sunday night following an Accident on Vermont 9 in Woodford about Hospital notes Friday june 18 admissions Leon Mears Sandgate mrs. Mary Mcbride Dorset Philip Bruneau Bennington. Discharges Gordon Hall mrs. Jeanette Burke and son North Bennington mrs. Shirley Callanan and son Bennington master Dennis Norse Shaftsbury. Saturday june 19 admissions none. Discharges mrs. Joann Perry mrs. Dorothy Bond and daughter Bennington mrs. Emily Klaer Hoosick Falls. Sunday june 20 admissions miss Joanne Chenaille Bennington. Discharges master Joseph Barbeau mrs. Belle Bowles Thomas Pinson Neault mrs. Joyce Lewis and daughter Bennington mrs. Karen Parkes and daughter North Bennington mrs. Jane Baker and son Arlington. Births or. And mrs. Leroy Lacross of Sandgate a daughter june 19. Or. And mrs. Martin Lingner of Pownal a son june 20. Bennington drive in theatre one full week tonight thru. Tues. Jamis Bond is Back id Back Sean As James Bond in a ethnic lob w. H.w1juniteo artists j Sean Connery As James Bond in Quot from Russia with love technicolor t. United artists 10 30 . The Accident occurred when the motorcycle which Clayton Stevens 45, was Riding encountered a Deer which jumped into the Road. Stevens was taken to the Hospital by the Bennington Rescue squad he was reported to be suffering multiple bruises plus possible injuries to a knee shoulder and right thumb. Bennington briefs knights of Columbus members will meet at the rooms tuesday at 6 45 . To proceed to the residence of or. And mrs. William b. Powers of old Bennington to pay last respects to member William j. Warner. Miss Roberta Eaton senior at the University of Iowa College of Liberal arts Iowa City will play the violin with the University a symphony orchestra wednesday in a concert which is a feature of u of is 27th annual Fine arts festival. The orchestra has 64 members conducted by prof. James Dixon. Works from Beethoven Stravinsky and Mozart will be presented. Miss Eaton formerly of Bennington is a daughter of or. And mrs. A. Clarkson Eaton of main Street. Carroll p. Adams formerly of Bennington and former executive Secretary of the Vermont Republican party attended the International convention of the society for the preservation and encouragement of Barber shop quartet singing in America held Over the weekend in Boston. Adams is a past International president of the 30,000-member organization. Members of Post 1332, veterans of foreign wars will meet at 7 tuesday at the Post rooms to proceed to the Powers residence in old Bennington to pay last respects to William j. Warner. Afterwards a joint meeting of the vow Post and auxiliary will be held at the Post rooms. Bennington a unification study committee will continue its preparation of a proposed legislative act for the consolidation of Bennington a several municipal governments at a meeting at 7 30 tonight at the Bennington county courthouse. William Joseph Warner 45, proprietor of the fourth Maples restaurant in the town of Hoosick and world War n army Veteran died unexpectedly sunday at Putnam memorial Hospital where he had been a patient for Only two Days. He was born in East Dorset sept. 17, 1919, a son of Elmer and Catherine Hughes Warner. He had received his education in the Bennington schools and was a graduate of Bennington High school and St. Joseph business College. He served four years with the 88th division . Army during the second world War and of this period three years were spent on Active duty overseas. He had been a longtime restaurant proprietor both in Bennington and Hoosick areas. He was familiarly known As a a Flash and his affiliations had included the Bennington Lodge of elks where he had been most Active Bennington Council knights of Columbus Post 13, american legion and Post 1332, veterans of foreign wars. A great sports enthusiast he had attended every event when he had the Opportunity. His sense of humor was Well known. Survivors Are mrs. Elaine Warner four children Bruce Gene Kathleen and Bernard All of Bennington his Mother mrs. Catherine Warner of Bennington three Sisters mrs. Kathryn Bishop mrs. William b. Marion Powers both of Bennington and mrs. James Jacqueline cart Mell of Middlebury two Brothers Edward and Eugene both of Bennington several nieces and nephews. The funeral will be held at the residence of his brother in Law and sister or. And mrs. William b. Powers of old Bennington wednesday at 8 30 . With a prayer and in St. Francis de sales Church of which he was a communicant at 9, where a requiem High mass will be offered. Burial will be in St. Jerome s cemetery in East Dorset. Recitation of the Rosary will be 8 . Tuesday at the Powers residence. Friends May Call at the Powers Home today from 7 to 9 . And tuesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 . Funeral arrangements Are being made by Mahar amp son funeral Home. Two fatalities mar it. Weekend a Waterbury Man was killed at Midnight in an Auto crash and a Leicester youth was drowned in Fern Lake sunday in Vermont fatal accidents this weekend. The Auto crash death brought the number of Road fatalities in Vermont this year to 72. Ernest Raymond Eldred 43, of Waterbury died on the Way to Rutland Hospital after suffering a crushed Chest fractured Skull and broken neck when the car he was driving skidded on a Sharp curve on route 7 in Brandon and struck two Utility poles and tree. A passenger and owner of the car Roy m. Putnam 27, also of Waterbury suffered a fractured jaw and multiple facial cuts according to his physician. Raymond Floyd Sears 17, was drowned in Fern Lake in Leicester after saving his two younger Brothers from the water minutes before. Sears pulled his Brothers to safety and then apparently lost his balance and fell into deeper water where he drowned. Sears a non swimmer was pronounced dead at the scene by or. . Walker Middlebury regional medical examiner. Baruch continued from Page i Stag his Secretary nurse and two physicians. He was born aug. 19, 1870, at Camden s.c., the Sono Simon Baruch a physician in the Confederate army. Commencement concert composer Henry Brant conducts an instrumental group during commencement ceremonies saturday at Bennington College where degrees were granted to 61 women and three men. The colleges faculty and the gowned graduates to their right. On the platform in Dent Harry w. Pearson who conducted the Brief rites and Man of the colleges Board of trustees. Is seen standing at left rear background Are acting presi Oscar my Ruebhausen chair Seaver leaves for Mississippi Adler named president of vim inc. Ted Seaver of Montpelier his wife and two Small sons were Given two Send offs Over the weekend As they prepared to leave for the year Long a Vermont in Mississippi civil rights project. Bloustein continued from Page i Demic nor does it use titles As assistant or associate professor. The new College president is without experience As a College administrator. He was Law clerk to judge Stanley h. Fuld of the new York court of appeals equivalent to the state supreme court from 1959-61, was a political analyst for the . State department from 1951-52 and again in 1955-56, was an instructor in logic and philosophy at Cornell in 1954-55, and lecturer in philosophy of Law and in social philosophy at Brooklyn College from 1950-51. A 1948 graduate of u., Bloustein attended Wadham College Oxford University As a Fulbright scholar and earned a pm. D. In 1954 from Cornell and a Bachelor of Laws degree in 1959 from Cornell Law school. At Cornell he was awarded the first Fraser prize in the Law school and was editor in chief of the Cornell Law quarterly. He is a member of Phi Beta Kappa and the order of the coif. Bloustein edited a nuclear Energy Public policy and the Law in 1964, was the author of a a torts in the a annual Survey of american Law from 1961-64, and other writings have appeared in University Law reviews. His special studies have in included the rights of privacy and Legal problems of indigent defendants and the mentally ill. He was joint author and editor of a mental illness and due process in 1962. The pipe smoking 5-foot-81/2 Inch professor is a resident of Ardsley In Northern Westchester county and the father of two daughters Elise 12, and Lori to. His wife is a practising paediatrician or. Ruth Ellen Steinman who is a graduate of the University of Vermont and the Long Island College of Medicine. A a Man in the news profile on Bloustein in today a new York times reported that the new College president grew up in poverty in the Bronx As the youngest of seven children whose father Samuel came to new York City from Poland in 1912 at the age of 14. Ted seavers attended saturday afternoon meetings of the Vermont civil rights Union the sponsoring organization and of the newly incorporated Vermont in Mississippi inc., both held at it. St. Joseph Academy in Rutland. The couple was then honoured saturday evening at a party at the Home of or. And mrs. Irving Adler in Shaftsbury where they stayed overnight before leaving. At the first meeting of vim inc., or. Adler was named its president. Until now the executive committee of the Cru has been handling arrangements for the vim project but it was believed that incorporation in Vermont would make it easier to become incorporated and to operate in the Magnolia state. Other officers besides Adler Are the it. Rev. Msgr. Edward j. Fitzsimons of Burlington vice president and the it. Rev. Msgr. John a. Lynch of Rutland treasurer and clerk. Adler announced that he plans to visit seavers civil rights project in Jackson next week. He said he was going to be in new Orleans As a math consultant to the office of economic Opportunity and would Fly to Jackson on his Way Home. Seaver leaves for Mississippi with nearly $6,000 in the Bank to support him during the project. Treasurer Paul Hackel of Rutland reported that is the total of contributions thus far. This exceeds the $3,500 goal originally set for seavers june departure a total of $7,500 is sought for the entire years venture. To keep As local a base As possible for his operations Seaver will draw Money As needed from the Medgar Evers neighbourhood Guild in Jackson and the funds will be replenished by vim from Vermont. Of the contributions by far the greatest amount $1,912, has come from the Bennington area. Besides Adler and msgr. Fitzsimons and Lynch others named to an 18-member Board of trustees for vim were Cleveland Williams and Bill Myers of Essex Junction Paul Hackel and John Williams of Rutland mrs. Emma Hoyt and Verder Elwell of Shaftsbury William Vinton of Brattleboro Robert Witham of Northfield mrs. Benjamin Collins of St. Johnsbury rabbi Solomon d. Goldberg of Rutland Allen d. Sophrin of Burlington Rev. Edgar Peara and Benjamin Bloomfield of Springfield Rev. Donald Howard and mrs. Myrtle Lane of Montpelier. The Cru also went on rec water Supply still adequate c. Henry Hansen superintendent of the Bennington water department reported this morning that the Bennington areas water Supply remains adequate. Lake Hancock in Stamford and the Reservoir on Burgess Road Are both full Hansen said and the Springs on Harmon Hill that Are an important part of the villages water system Are producing normally. . Weather observer Paul w. Bohne reported this morning that 1.89 inches of have been recorded at his Harwood Hill station so far this month. Total rainfall in May was 1.5 inches and in june 1964, 1.15 inches. The average june rainfall in the years 1958-61, before the current drought started was 3.48 inches. Ord deploring the action last week of the Vermont Senate in rejecting the nomination of Belmont r. Pitkin of Plainfield As a member of the state fish and game Board a if the reason was because he had been a conscientious objector during world War ii. A Check of $50 was donated to vim during the meeting by Joseph Cerasoli vice president of District 5, Vermont state labor Council. Major Harold j. Nichols of Rutland appeared and said that a my heart is with the a i think it is a great thing that we in Vermont can assist or. Seaver to go to Mississippi and help out those who Are less fortunate a the mayor said. A Telegram of Best wishes and support was also sent by gov. Philip h. Hoff. Seaver left in a battered old Chevrolet attached to a rickety trailer which he said he Hopes will hold together during the trip South. He planned to stay in Washington d.c., for two Days learning How to present a course in adult literacy before moving on. Mrs. Carol Seaver and their sons Teddy jr., 5, and Timmy 3v2, were to Fly Down. Cummings says hell quite slate Job by july i Manchester a Robert e. Cummings or. Of Bennington state commissioner of banking and insurance for the last two years announced at the annual business meeting of the Vermont Bankers association inc. Here that he is resigning about july i. Cummings told the Bankers saturday on the concluding Day of their two Day convention in the Equinox House that he would submit soon a formal letter of resignation Togo. Philiph. Hoff. The governor first appointed Cummings a lawyer to the Post in mid-1963 and re appointed him last Winter. It was during the time of reappointment in february that reports were widespread that Cummings wanted to quit. But Boff did not want him to leave while the 1965 legislature was in session and Cummings promised to stay on at least until the legislative session was Over. Only one name has so far bobbed up As a possible successor to Cummings. That is Richard c. Kemp Deputy commissioner of insurance who reportedly has shown interest in the Post since rumours became widespread about Cummings pending resignation. Deputy banking commissioner Robert d. Cumming told newsmen at the Bankers meeting he is not interested. Under the proposed salary boost schedule now in the legislature the commissioner would be paid $11,000 and the Deputy commissioners $10,000. Cummings represented Hoff at the saturday night dinner attended by 500 Vermont Bankers a d their guests. Stork averages Dow Jones Bache amp co., Albany noon 30 industrials 874.50 4.67 20 railroads 195.82 .74 15 utilities 154.57 .24 composite average 301.94 1.28 totals 1.450.000 Prand in off to Kentucky Vermont a student Council officers and their advisers Are seen leaving Friday for the National association of student councils annual convention in Lexington by. Walter Morrissey right state president will be a senior at Bennington Catholic High school next year. Morrissey was elected at the state convention in Newport March 19. Officers and advisers Are from left Julie Welch of mount St. Joseph in Rutland recording Secretary Eileen Hamblin of St. Michael a in Brattleboro correspondence Secretary Ashley Cadwell of Otter Valley Union High in Brandon vice president sister m. Ancilla ssh Moderator of chs student Council and member of the state executive Board Donald Pierce principal of Bellows free Academy in St. Albans and chairman of the executive Board and Morrissey. The National convention is june 20 to 24. Lowest Price in town. Cigarettes filters Kings Reg. Carton $268 Salem a Market ibid hip super Market

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