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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - June 26, 1965, Bennington, Vermont 2bennington Banner saturday june 26, 1985 Boff names three to slate boards Montpelier up a gov. Philip h. Hoff made three appointments Friday. Named to a six year term to the fish and game Board was Francis Murtagh of Montpelier who was a newspaper reporter in the 1920s and 1930s. James Kane of Springfield a native of Bellows Falls was appointed to the state apprenticeship Council for a three year term. Phyllis Sui i a of South Burl a Norton was named to the Board of physical therapy registration for a four year term. A graduate of Boston University s Sargent College mrs. Us 11 a was recommended for the position by the Vermont chapter of the american physical therapy association. Triple threat Hollywood up a comedian Dir Ector writer Carl Reiner will Wear All his professional hats to produce a enter laughing at Columbia. Mot her commit in murder of her six children Springfield mass. Up a a 26 year old Springfield housewife accused of strangling five or her six children last month was committed for an indefinite period at the state Hospital in Northampton Friday. Mrs. Ann Lemond was ordered to the Hospital May 27, two Days after police found the children strangled at her Home. The children ranged in age from 16 months to six years. Judge William Walsh agreed to a regular commitment Friday at the request of doctors at the Hospital. Mrs. Lemond originally had been sent to the Hospital for a 35-Day commitment. A plea of innocent was entered in her behalf at her arraignment in Springfield District court May 25. Graduate Jeffrey hulas of West Hoosick who received his diploma on crutches looks unconcerned As he Waits for his class to line up for a photographer following kindergarten graduation at Hoosick Falls Central school wednesday. Ben Bel la marchers Bant through Algiers full service banking a Man needs full service banking when he has the responsibility of a Home c a and family. Get full service at. The Vermont Bank and Trust company Bellows Falls Chester Brattleboro Ritland Bennington # Manchester pm Hor Deposit Ina papa Conj Ortlon Algiers up a several Hundred student demonstrators chanting Quot we want Ben Bella and Quot Bou Medlene is an Assassin marched through Algiers Friday night in a new demonstration demanding the return to Power of ousted president Ahmed Ben Bella. Police and troops quickly dispersed the marchers with tear Gas grenades. It was the fifth pro Ben Bella demonstration since saturday Madkour scentral Market open sunday 8 to i putt Arf to to Titbit your window monday look up to reports broadcast live Over 980 on now a an Eye in the sky View of what happens near you try helicopter reports starting monday then six times daily. A a a try a helicopter in on top of the scene reporting to you Quick concise eyeing the sky live reports at periods of Peak interest Tell you what is happening. What affects you and your plans. As you move about or just keep tabs on the world around you. Try is on the scene with a full report broadcast direct from its hovering helicopter. Hear them daily starting monday on Quot great 98&Quot radio. A mornings a evenings. From 7 30 from 4 45 Schenectady 980 on your radio dial a division of kops broadcasting Public service offer to Law enforcement authorities when possible try makes its helicopter available for Rescue and other missions without charge. Inquire Public service director try Troy n. Y. North Bennington school District meets wednesday when a military coup headed by col. Houari Boum Dienne deposed Ben Bella and placed a him under arrest. Friday night s demonstrators herding some Small children before them set out from Algiers main Square. But troops and police quickly converged on the area and broke up the demonstrations. The new algerian regime launched a diplomatic counteroffensive Friday to hold the afro Aslan Summit conference on scheduled reversible by Hollywood up a by Howard is doing things in reverse he is writing a novel based on his original screenplay a marriage on the North Bennington the annual meeting of the North Bennington graded school District will be held in the school gym wednesday at 7 30 . At that time voters will consider reports for the past year set a tax rate to cover next year s budget and elect officers for the coming year. The school Board has recommended a tax of $g.63 to cover District expenses next year and this figure included the local District s assessment for its share in the operating budget of it. Anthony Union High school. Special tax articles in the warning cover a tax of five cents for expenses of maintaining the athletic Field three cents to cover a contribution of $500 to the red Brick school and three cents for a contribution to the United counselling service. These special taxes of voted would be added to the base tax. Two special articles for improvements in the school Plant require approval of District voters in order to secure state Ald funds toward their Cost. One asks voters to approve spending not Over $900 to connect the school fire alarm system to the Village fire alarm system. Another article covers improvements in the school grounds and asks approval of not Over $3,500 to be spent for Black Topping the school Yard pulling up old tree stumps landscaping and tree planting. Funds for both these items have been included in next years budget and require no additional tax. Officers to be elected include a Moderator clerk treasurer tax collector three auditors one member of the Prudential committee and one representative to the it. Anthony Union Board. District clerk mrs. Phoebe Crosier reports the present incumbent and Board chairman Lionel Nowak has filed for a second term on the Board while Arthur e. Wickenden has filed for a term of three years on the it. Anthony Board. Wickenden Nebraska will demand death for Duane Pope Lincoln neb. Up a the government announced Friday it would demand the death penalty tor Duane Earl Pope a Kansas College football hero accused of the bloodiest Bank robbery in the modern Era. The announcement came As former Nebraska gov. Robert b. Crosby was appointed to defend the Mcpherson kan., College football Star on charges of killing three person and shooting a fourth in the june 4 robbery of the Farmers state Bank at big Springs neb. . District court judge Rob olnsted University of Nebraska Law school prof. Wallace Rudolph As assistant defense counsel. He said Crosby and Rudolph would assure Pope 22, of a fully competent Quot Legal counsel. Bennington briefs or. . Hall will be away from june 30 through july 5, adv. Iron Kettle weekend special Southern Fried Chicken. Complete dinner $1.75. Adv. Retraining continued from Page i they can make a Good living. Referring to the business and Industrial Community he said it Quot is our Job to provide you with work opportunities. I feel that Here and throughout the state we Are helping to develop such new work moderating the exercises and also summarizing the Progress that has been made so far in the local retraining program was its supervisor Kenneth Gale. Gile also praised the efforts of staff members at the Bennington office of the department of employment Security which recruits and screens training course applicants. In this regard he mentioned miss Marjorie Galvin interviewer at the office and miss Linda Patterson who has been the programs Secretary and bookkeeper. Gale also praised the teachers of the two sections each of automotive mechanics and carpentry. For the first they have been Howard b. Ambrose and Alfred Winn and for the second Walter Foucher or. And Elmer a. Hosley. Students awarded the certificates were the following Auto mechanics Wallace a. Bronson of West Chesterfield nj., Gary Hicks and Laurence c. Johnson of Bennington Bruce c. Johnson of Montpelier Norman f. Landman of Brattleboro Thomas a. Lane and Reginald a. Young of Arlington Alan s. Robinson of Wilmington and Arthur w. Witt or. Of Manchester depot. Carpentry William Skidmore of Sandgate Thomas a. Smith of Manchester depot Clarence j. Wyman of South Dorset Charles j. Moscatello of Rutland and Charles m. Hitchcock of Newport. Those who will Complete these courses next week Are Auto mechanics William j. Davis and Nell m. Hoag of Bennington Donald j. Gaudette of Manchester and Philip a. Walbridge or. Of Montpelier and carpentry Robert c. Paquin of Bennington Paul e. Ames of North Pownal Robert v. Beals of Putney Camil a. Comtois of Richford Fenton p. Horan of St. Albans and Clarence d. Urie of Glover. Conference agrees on insurance audit Montpelier up a the House and Senate accepted a conference committee report on a Bill requiring state insurance companies to pay the entire Cost of an audit every three years. Now companies audit every five years. The Senate passed Bill would have made the state pay All audit costs Over $130,000, but the upper chamber okayed by a 17-11 Roll Call the House measure. Pope surrendered to Kansas City mo., police a week after the big Springs slaying. Is presently serving on the Board having been appointed to fill out the unexpired term of , who resigned. Other District officers include Frederick h. Welling Moderator mrs. Crosier clerk Wickenden treasurer George Buster collector and Lloyd Pratt Edward legacy or. And Donald Cherbonneau auditors. Prudential committee members whose terms expire in 1966 and 1967 respectively Are William e. Daileyjr. And Lawrence f. Powers. The District s other representative on the it. Anthony Union Board is mrs. John Mccullough whose term expires in 1966. . Birthday continued from Page i with peril a Many arms races fraught with Folly among Small nations As Well As Large Quot he said. Johnson arrived Here from Washington with an overnight Stop in Kansas City mo., where he had breakfast Friday morning with former president Harry s. Truman. It was Truman who pledged the United states to support of the . At its founding Here 20 years ago. Johnson said they discussed the situation in Viet Nam the United nations and experiences in the White House. Cambridge Catholic daughters plan breakfast for grads Cambridge . A a communion breakfast for graduates will be held sunday at patrician Hall following the 8 . Mass. Graduates who will be attired in Caps and gowns have been invited to ask their parents to join them. Plans for the affair were made monday at the regular meeting of court Leonard no. 1163, cd with grand Regent Joyce w. Seaman presiding. Mrs. Ida Hayes will be chairman for the breakfast. The following will serve for the coming year july 4 bake Sale mrs. Ester of Brien chairman mrs. Marybelle Lull and miss Deborah Lull sick committee mrs. Constance Christaldi and mrs. Josephine of Donnell court chairman of the women for decency program mrs. Loretta Knapp Telephone committee mrs. Constance Cristaldi mrs. Reta Pemrick and mrs. Dorothy Rouse newspaper correspondent mrs. Hayes representative of the court at Chrles bowlers testimonial mrs. Knapp. The court will sponsor a Pete Williams show and dance july 15 at the Lauderdale Pavilion. Mrs. Josephine o Donnell is chairman assisted by mrs. Beatrice Fressie mrs. Irene head Well mrs. Pemrick and mrs. Rouse. Tickets Are available from any member and a door prize will be awarded. All members have been urged to Contact the financial Secretary mrs. Of Donnell regarding their mass fund benefits. Mrs. O Donnell was honoured at a Surprise party following the meeting for the three years she served As grand Regent. Room decor was Pink and Blue and a huge cake suitably inscribed was the main attraction at the Buffet Able. A Quot Bushel of Good wishes and gifts Quot were presented to the guest of Honor. Mrs. Mary Austin headed the Surprise party with mrs. Hayes mrs. Elizabeth Jancek and mrs. Adeline Murphy assisting. Constitutional convention Hill introduced Montpelier up a the House appropriations committee Friday introduced its Bill calling for a state constitutional convention to meet next april 12 to rewrite portions of the Vermont document. The Bill Calls for 129 members and an appropriation of $150,-000. The measure got a unanimous vote of approval from the committee. It last week the House judiciary committee killed by an 8-7 vote the Resolution calling for a con con. Primary objectives of a convention would be to look Over annual legislative sessions and a four year term for governor and rewrite portions of the 172 year old Constitution especially those sections dealing with a of the legislature. Portioning of portable radios powerful reception Complete Only $995 up $1.00 weekly portable tape recorders Ideal for All occasions special new for teens and women new p. V. C. Sole Tennis Fords Black White 4-9, 510 Javery memorials 517 South Street Bennington Vermont Call mrs. Ernest h. Javery mrs. Alan h. Page round roast beef 99c a Chicken legs amp Bree is 53c to Hamburg patties 65c. Walkers food Market a

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