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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - June 23, 1965, Bennington, Vermont 2-Bennington Banner wednesday june 23, 1965 around Vermont gym Slimmer schools i under stay Burlington a the University of Vermont welcomed students Back to its Campus monday As the summer session got started the first of the two four week sessions and the eight week session started on monday. These programs Are mostly in the sciences and mathematics. The six week session which annually provides the bulk of summer session enrolment starts on july 6. This week also Marks the Start of University summer programs at Bennington Castleton and Lyndon presented in cooperation with those colleges. Enrolment for courses being offered at Lyndon state was held monday is scheduled for Castleton state on tuesday and at Bennington College today. At Bennington courses will be offered in a amp Catlon English mathematics and speech. Medical school chairman named Burlington a or. W. Allan Tisdale director it graduate medical education at Mary Hitchcock memorial Hospital will become chairman of the department of Medicine at the University of Vermont College of Medicine effective sept. I. Since 1961 or. Tisdale has been responsible for building instructional programs and coordinating the teaching of medical students interns residents and practising physicians at the Hitchcock Hospital and clinic the veterans administration Hospital in White River Junction and Dartmouth medical school where he was also an associate professor of Medicine. Or. Tisdale also will become a professor of Medicine at the University of Vermont and serve both University affiliated teaching hospitals a Mary Fletcher and Degoes Briand memorial As chief of medical service. Syrup Labelling Hill killed Montpelier up a the Vermont House after exhausting hours of debate tuesday killed a Bill that would have made it More difficult to put a pure Vermont Maple syrup Quot on a can of syrup. The defeat of the Bill came on a 130-92 Roll Call vote. It would have forced out of town packers using non Vermont syrup to place the word a imported Quot on the cans. The Bill was debated All morning. It had been discussed for several hours earlier in session before its defeat. A head Start Flag from lady Bird a j Washington up a . Lyndon b. Johnson will present a Flag to a Vermont woman june 30 As part of a a project head Start the Day will Mark the Start of a program for underprivileged children. At the ceremony . Johnson will present a Flag to . Lou Meginn of East Fairfield director of a project for to children. The idea is to stress that even the smallest groups will meet the Challenge of preparing these children for Entrance into school this fall the White House said. Mrs. Meginn a 66-year-old great grandmother is making her first plane trip to attend the White House ceremony. Senate unit votes Liaise for Dale j Montpelier up a it. Gov. John Daley would get a raise nearly tripling his salary if the Vermont Senate has anything to say about it. The Senate appropriations committee and state and court expenses committee voted tuesday to set the salary of the lieutenant governor at $12,000 a year plus $2,000 expenses. Daley now gets $5,000, making him one of the lowest paid state workers. State sen. John of Briand Chittenden county said a just imagine it the second highest officer in the state being paid $5,000 a year. Why he s just a heartbeat away from the governors office. A take a look at some of the plugs who Are making $13,000,�?� of Brien said. The pay raise Bill backed by gov. Philip h. Hoff recommended the lieutenant governor be paid $15,000, but the House chopped $10,000 off that salary. The news the Senate will Back his bid for a pay boost came on Daley a 42nd birthday. The lieutenant governor has la children. Over in new York Post suspends operations new York a the new York Post oldest and smallest of new Yorkus six major dailies temporarily suspended publication tuesday As the result of a Long debated Issue on introducing labor saving devices in Backstop operations. Mediators sought settlement today Between the newspaper and its printers in the automation dispute that came to a Climax when eight printers refused to use a recently installed computer for setting Type. Theodore w. Kheel new Yorkus chief labor mediator was expected to meet today with . Dorothy Schiff publisher and Bertram a. Powers president of local 6, Itu. First in mall 43-Story Tower Albany a initial bids for construction of the 43-Story office towers in the states South mall will be opened next wednesday according to j. Burch Mcmorran state Public works superintendent who said $21 million in contracts for the huge government Center will be opened in the next several weeks. Initial construction is due to Start within 60 Days. The huge building with More than a half million Square feet of office space will House various state agencies. Solons grind toward halt Albany a the 1965 state legislature one of the longest and most expensive sessions in the states history today crawled toward final adjournment. Many non controversial Bills and a few major items including supplemental appropriations of $199 million still await legislative action. Angry senators have threatened also to override gov. Rockefeller a veto of two liquor control proposals. Down in Berkshire woman named a Vian of the year Pittsfield a a woman was chosen in the annual election of a a Man of the year at the jewish Community Center this week. Mrs. Arthur Stein in accepting the Honor said a i always knew How strongly i Felt about the Center but not How strongly the Center Felt about a administrative intern named Williamstown a Raymond c. Sullivan of Leno Dale has been named by the school committee As an administrative intern in the Williamstown schools. The position has been created in connection with a program for school administrators being conducted at the University of Massachusetts. He holds his . Degree in education from our lady of elms College and his . From mass and is now enrolled in the doctoral program at mass. Council rejects schools plea North Adams a the City Council failed to put a two thirds stamp of approval on the school committees request for $79,000 to buy furniture and equipment for the Greylock school addition and the new East school. The vote tuesday night was 7 to 5, failing by one vote to get the two thirds majority. Cushing will not Back or oppose Bay state birth control measure Coolidge gets life for Mason murder lawyers map plans for court Appeal Boston up a Richard Cardinal Cushing says he will not oppose legislation to permit birth control in Massachusetts. The 69-year-old roman Catholic archbishop of Boston said tuesday a i could not in conscience approve the legislation. On the other hand i will also act toward that legislation in such a Way that i will make no Effort to impose my opinion upon asked How Catholic legislators should vote in regard to the legislation the Cardinal said a i would say to them of your constituents want this legislation vote for it. You represent them. You done to represent the Catholic Church. You Are a political figure As a and therefore a Catholic legislator would be free to vote in accordance with the will of his Cardinal Cushing took the stand while being interviewed on Boston radio station wac a an afternoon with Haywood a i understand that legislation is being prepared to be presented to the general court of Massachusetts. My position in this matter is the birth control in accordance with artificial Means is immoral and not permissible. But this is Catholic teaching. I am also convinced that i should not impose my position moral beliefs or religious beliefs upon those of other faiths. A the fact of the matter is the prohibition be enforced. The present Law on the books of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Banning birth control measure sin my opinion and its an honest opinion cannot be enforced. A it Isnit being enforced and it cannot be enforced because it enters too much into the privacy of individuals. And a Law that cannot be enforced could Well be an unreasonable Law. A and it certainly would be unreasonable for me and not in Accord with my own thinking if despite my personal opinion based on my religious Faith with regard to birth control i tried to impose my opinions on others which i will not do. A i will leave this matter entirely to the conscience of All people a he said. Vincent said a then you would still advocate a Complete separation of Church and state in regard to this Issue a Cardinal Cushing replied certainly he recalled that earlier a we actively went Forth and preached against the removal of this amendment of the Law of the state the Constitution or what have you. A but my thinking has changed on that matter for the simple reason that i do not see where i have an obligation to impose my religious beliefs on people who just do not accept the same Faith As i do a he added. The Cardinal said he hoped the roman Catholic churches commission on birth control will relieve the consciences of Catholic couples now facing this problem. While answering questions telephoned into the station he urged callers to be patient in waiting for the final decision of the Vatican Council. Manchester . Up a attorneys for Edward h. Coolidge or. Today mapped plans to Appeal a life sentence imposed on the former bakery route Salesman tuesday for the kid Nap murder of 14-year-old Pamela Mason. Coolidge detached and expressionless during the 30 Day trial showed no reaction tuesday when the All male Superior court jury returned the guilty verdict after four hours and 25 minutes deliberation. When his crestfallen attorney Matthias Reynolds requested that the jurors be polled individually Coolidge a head slumped and he covered his eyes with his hands. The jury did not recommend capital punishment making a life prison sentence mandatory. After the judge dismissed the jury he directed Coolidge to stand. A it is ordered that you shall be imprisoned at the state prison at Concord for the term of your natural life a the judge said. Some 200 persons heard the the verdict noting that in a capital Case an Appeal was Coolidge was driven to the Valley Street jail to pick up his belongings and then was driven to Colcord state prison. Coolidge a wife who had testified during the trial was not in the courtroom when the verdict was announced. Neither was the dead girls Mother . Joan Mason. Among the courtroom spectators was the murdered girls father David Mason who missed Only one of the court sessions. A my sympathy and love goes ver dict delivered in the swelter the International whisky. Fifth $2.90 pint a very smooth whisky indeed blended whisky. Eighty proof. 60% Grain Neutral spirits. Schenley distillers co., nyc. Stock Market list and comment new York up a Stock prices were firm in quiet trading at the opening today. Allied chemical added % to 49 and Dupont tacked on v4 at 2333/4. Eastman Kodak slipped a to 80 and Union Carbide dipped a to 61. Chrysler tacked on % to 47%. And american motors added % to 113/4. 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Member 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 to per Day subscription rates by mall for 50-Mue radius and All Vermont 3 months $6.30, 6 months $11.70,1 year $22.50 elsewhere in the . 3 months $7.00 6 months $13.00 i year $25.00 special rates for servicemen. Second class postage paid at Bennington it. 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Outside the old red Brick court House a crowd of almost 1,000 waited to watch Coolidge being brought out. Cries of a killer a a a animal and a you should have Hung him rang out As Coolidge a cig Aret dangling from his lips was led by deputies to a waiting Sedan. He refused to talk to newsmen. When asked for his reaction to the verdict he Shook his head and replied a talk to my Reynolds said he would Appeal Vava % 148 41 75% % 13/4 % first National stores North Bennington Rood Bennington Vermont finast Apple sauce 35 of Jar 3 for $1.00 Why be in the Quot Driver s seat Quot co Vermont you arrive rested relaxed when you travel Vermont transit Why not just lean Hack watch the scenery scan a paper read a Hook have a Nap. Vermont transit buses Are so comfortable. Temperature controlled personal Reading lights and rest room equipped. Arrive right in the Center of town without parking problems. Cheaper than driving your own car Contact your local Vermont transit agent. 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