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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - March 8, 1966, Bennington, Vermont 2-Bennington Banner tuesday March 8, 1966 a a around Vermont school Board and teachers agree Springfield a the two week controversy Between the local Board at school directors and the Springfield teachers association has apparently been settled. In a statement jointly issued by the two groups after a four hour closed meeting Here monday night it was announced that the Board had both agreed to hold Back on the proposed exceptional service pay plan and would a a acknowledge the Sta As representing the teachers in negotiations. Arraigned on burglary charges St. Albans up a three St. Albans men were to be arraigned in Franklin county Superior court today on charges of breaking and entering. Ronald Rich 18, William Lyle Smith 28, and John Pearo 16, were charged with burglar izing a St. Albans service station last month. Last Friday their attorneys tried unsuccessfully to have the charges dropped. Franklin municipal judge Carl Gregg denied the defense motion and ordered the three held for county court action. Soldier killed in action Waitsfield up a Marine Lance Cpl. Robert fielders 21, of Waitsfield was killed last week in action in Viet Nam according to word received Here monday. Cd groups receive help Montpelier up a officials from neighbouring new Hampshire Are assisting Vermont authorities in the establishment at a new radiological defense system. Capt. Andrew Monti information officer for the Vermont department of Public safety said monday the new system coordinates radio communications of the civil defense. Larry Parsons of Londonderry n.h., is scheduled to visit towns in Vermont to assist local cd groups in repairing calibrating and checking existing communications equipment. Davis named oko director Montpelier up a gov. Philip h. Hoff has appointed Thomas c. Davis of Windsor As the new state director of the office of economic Opportunity. Hoff said monday Davis will take Over the position March 21 at a salary of $10,000 a year. Davis who is married and the father of nine children has been director of the Southeastern Vermont Community action program in Windsor and Windham counties since 1965. Davis 34, is a graduate of Spaulding High school in Barre and the University of Vermont. He succeeds Pau Guare of Montpelier who resigned recently to take a Federal Post with the Rural area development Agency. Murta Jih s successor appointed Montpelier up a James b. Flanagan of Montpelier has been appointed by gov. Philip h. Hoff As a member of the Vermont fish and game Board. Flanagan a appointment announced monday is subject to the approval of the Senate. He will replace Francis Murtagh who resigned under fire in january As chairman of the Board. Flanagan is a native of Montpelier is married and the father of four children. Murtagh resigned after he publicly stated he was against a Bill then before the House that would give control and management of the states Deer population to the Board. The House and Senate later passed the Bill. Wyto acquires sister station Burlington up a the president of Hunter broadcasting inc., which operates radio station Dot in Burlington has announced the Purchase of a second station. William Hunter said wednesday that final arrangements have been made to buy station Baz in Kingston . From the big River broadcasting corp. Hunter said the Purchase Price was $110,000 application for Transfer of the broadcast License of the Kingston station to the Hunter broadcasting group is awaiting approval of the Federal communications commission. Over in new York spouse sought in shooting Malta a a teletype alarm has been issued by state police for William h. Bouford jr., 45, who is wanted for questioning in connection with a shooting about Midnight sunday that took the life of his estranged wife Eileeen 33, at the Home of her parents Here. Mrs. Bouford was killed As she placed her cat in its bed in an attached Back shed. The Bullet passed through the shed window her hand the cat and her heart. Madison Garden a film Center new York City a Madison Square Garden will become the site of an elaborate a Cinema Center according to an announcement monday by Irving Mitchell Felt chairman and president of the Madison Square Garden corp. Which will own and operate the twin 39-Story office Tower Complex. Construction of the Center for six Heaters and two film making studios for motion pictures and television will begin after the present sports Arena is moved to new quarters being built atop Pennsylvania station. A grannies draw suspension Trumansburg a the Mother of three girls suspended from school because they wore Granny dresses to classes said the action taken by school officials was a very unjust and that Legal action is being planned. Faline Bateman 15, daughter of or. And mrs. Theodore Bateman returned to classes in regular length attire Only a few hours after she and her Sisters Teddie 14, and Lamona 12, were suspended monday morning when they attempted to return to classes in the same Long dresses they were sent Home for wearing last week. Down in Berkshire charged with stealing skis Williamstown a John a. Collins and Arthur m. Cooper of new York City have been charged with theft of a pair of skis and ski poles from the 4 acre Motel office Early sunday morning. They were released on $300 and $50 Ball monday pending arraignment on larceny charges in District court Here thursday. The skis and poles valued at $189, were recovered. Recluse leaves is 11,293 Pittsfield a Charles Dewers of Sheffield who was a partial Recluse in the last years of his life and who collected scrap from the Sheffield town dump left an estate valued at $111,293 in personal property and $12,500 in real estate. If it is found he left no heirs his estate will be turned Over to the Commonwealth. However four cousins have been reportedly found in the new York cite area. Principal signs contract Lee a Paul j. Cd Nowicz 40, principal of Williams Middle school in Bridgewater has signed a three year contract with the Lee superintendency Union to be the next school superintendent for Lee Tyringham and Otis. He was selected from a Field of 26 candidates. Boys club of America confused with group labelled a a communist in Boston new York up a the boys club of America reported with anguish today that it was being confused with the w. E. B. Dubois clubs of America because of the similarity in the pronunciation of the two groups names and receiving threats As a result. The confusion arose because of radio and television news accounts involving the Dubois clubs. Last week the Justice department acted in Washington to require the Dubois clubs to Register As a communist front group and on sunday an explosion damaged the National Headquarters in san Francisco of the youth group. A people have been calling us and saying a Don t expect me to give you another dime or a maybe i ought to throw a Brick through your window said Edward j. Stapleton Public information director of the boys clubs. A this can very badly Hurt us financial of the lid in t put on it. Former vice president Richard m. Nixon who succeeded the late former president Herbert Hoover As National Board chairman of the boys club South Dakota threatened by floods authorized a statement about the confusion. In it he said a a because. Of the info tune similarity in the pronunciation of the a Dubois clubs and the a boys club of America some people have been misled into confusing one organization with the other. A this is an almost classic example of communist deception and duplicity Nixon said. Limon leaders prepare for extended strike conservative Heads Church birth control commission United press International warmer weather brought the threat of flooding today in sections of blizzard whipped South Dakota while in North Dakota the Highway department reported heavy Drifting and Zero visibility in some areas. With Telephone communications still out of order for much of the area reports were slowly coming in of heavy cattle losses. One South Dakota rancher alone lost 700 cattle and 700 sheep. Twenty persons died in the storm one of the worst blizzards Ever recorded. Gov. William Guy of North Dakota after an Aerial inspection of his state monday said he doubted the effects of the blizzard would be sufficient to qualify for Federal Aid. Scattered Frost and freezing temperatures penetrated As far As extreme Northern Florida today. It was 27 degrees at Birmingham ala., one degree colder than Bismarck . Scattered Snow flurries fell from the appalachians to the lower great lakes. Rains up to half an Inch fell Over the Northern and Central Pacific coast. Greer s.c., and Meridian miss., set record Low temperatures monday of 20 degrees. Group seeks Berkshire expo 67 exhibit South Egremont mass. Up a a move to have the Berkshire Region of mass Achu setts participate in Montreal s expo 67 has been started by a group of businessmen in South Egremont mass. Angus Mcdonald vice president of the Berkshire Hills conference said that since Massachusetts Rhode Island and Connecticut Are not expected to participate in the fair a it is important to the Economy of berkshires that we participate by ourselves. Mcdonald said also that a procrastination helped to ruin new England a last attempt at the new York fair. And the Berk Shires cannot wait for the state to make up its if the berkshires enter the exhibition it will join Vermont new York and Maine As the Only other participating states. Vatican City up a the Outlook for any major changes in the roman Catholic Church s ban on artificial contraception faded with the appointment of Alfredo Cardinal of Tavlan to head the special commission on birth control. But feeling today on the question is so High there is Little Chance the controversy will die at least unofficially. In a speech to the ecumenical Council which concluded last december patriarch Maximos Cardinal Saigh of Antioch Syria summed up the Basic problem a it is a question of a Lack of alignment Between the official doctrine of the Church and the contrary practice of the immense majority of Christian couples. Various studies have borne this out. A recent Survey indicated 4 out of to roman Catholic couples in Britain regularly use birth control methods outlawed by the Church. Leo Josef Cardinal Stenens archbishop of malines and Brussels Belgium warned the Council to a take care to avoid a new Galileo Case. He was referring to the 16th Century scientist who was forced to recant the truth that the Earth revolves around the . Thruway slow Drivers Sun because his teaching was contrary to Church doctrine. A one Case in the history of the Church is quite enough said Stenens also a member of the newly announced committee appointed by Pope Paul i. But Ottaviani 75-year-old head of the powerful congregation for the doctrine of the Faith who was named to head the commission monday has said in the past a to try to change the situation simply because the population is increasing or because there Are economic problems cannot be a valid reason in front of the great doctrinal principles based in great part on natural Law. Ottaviani also has called family planning a doctrine a unheard of in the Church. Must signal Albany n. Y. Up a trucks and other vehicles travelling slower than 40 Miles per hour on the new York thruway have been ordered to use simultaneous flashing lights As warnings to other Drivers. Thruway chairman r. Burden Bixby said today the order was part of his Agency a continuing and intensified safety program. Bixby a a said the Black and Silver signs have been erected alongside the superhighway at the foot of five of the longer Hills and directs operators of the vehicles to Flash their signals whenever the vehicle s Speed drops below 40 Miles an hour. Other signs have been set up warning All traffic of the possibility of encountering slow moving vehicles. North Bennington Rood _ Bennington it. Richmond French style Beans Green and waxed 15kj of. Can $ 6 for 1.00 now 9 channels la we have added Channel la 7 on your Diol making 9 channels now available on the Cable at no increase in monthly fee trod us Rosy Sale Complete installation la Sale ends March Litho 9p.m. Does not include pm to movies or reconnects better to inc. 307 main St. Dial 2-9395 Boston up a prospects for an Early settlement of toe Boston newspaper strike appeared dim today As the huge presses which print the City a five major dallies sat Idle for the third Day. Publishers and representatives of the striking printers and mailers met separately monday with state and Federal mediators but there was no sign of Progress. Gov. John a. Volpe also offered his Good offices to help Settle the dispute. The morning and evening Globe the morning Herald the evening traveler and the record a Mer lean have been shut Down since sunday when members of the two International typographical Union Itu locals walked off their jobs to Back up wage demands. The financial blow of the strike was softened for some of the idled 5,000 newspaper employees monday night when officials of the american newspaper Guild Ang announced that members who Honor Itu picket lines will receive strike benefits. The Ang represents editorial employees of the Herald traveler and record a Merican. The striking typographers will also receive strike benefits As Long As the walkout continues Itu officials said. While Union leaders prepared for a lengthy strike William Davis Taylor publisher of the Globe said his paper will a consider court action of the strike is prolonged. At Issue in the contract dispute is the question of a wage boost. The publishers have offered a three year contract providing $8.30 in fringe benefits during the first two years and a two step $8 pay hike in the third year. Harold a. Phelps Secretary treasurer of Itu local 13, said the typographers Are salting $12 in wage increases Vot a two year contract with no fringe benefits. Television and radio stations began offering expanded news casts monday to help fill the news vacuum. The five Idle newspapers had a combined circulation of 1,095,373. Two television stations set aside time for newspaper feature writers and columnists to read their articles on the air. 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