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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - May 1, 1965, Bennington, Vermont T 2�?Bennington Banner saturday May i 1965 West Rutland minister named to heat Vermont Church Council Rutland a the Rev. Roger l. Albright pastor of the West Rutland United Church and the Mendon methodist Church has accepted the unanimous Call extended by the trustees of the Vermont Church Council to become executive minister of the Council succeeding the Rev. Or. John l. Gregory who retired As general Secretary last december. The Rev. Or. Albright expects to assume his new office on August 1st. The Rev. Or. Albright is a native of Evanston 111. And has lived in Vermont since 1957. He is a graduate of Allegheny College and studied also at the Boston University school of theology. 9 in in Power Lawn mowers 3 horsepower self starting stainless steel Blade adjustable wheels Briggs and Stratton motor 4 Cycle so a95 69 7 the new executive served two methodist student pastorate at East Conneaut Ohio and Vernon Ohio. He also served As chaplain of a Cleveland detention Home. Later he became pastor of the Union Avenue methodist Church in Cleveland and also the Highland interdenominational Church of Cleveland. He became pastor of the West Rutland Church in 1957, and the Mendon Church in 1963. In the same year he was ordained by the Rutland association of the Vermont congregational conference. In addition to his religious work the Rev. Or. Albright has wide experience in the newspaper radio and television Fields. Giunta known for values 210 North Bennington re. Bennington it. to 2 years to pay r All purchases no Money Down furniture co. A 519525 main St., Bennington a phone 4425346 9 open Friday evening Spring Lamb legs75c stewing beef sausage walkers la. La. 79 59 food Market ? .0 0 0 o or for mothers Day. Handbags $3 Drysdale a armory lot next door or o. Cd free parking routes 2 and 7 Williamstown mass. Situ i Good cheer Good food visit the longhorn room Steak or roast beef with salad potato garlic bread $2.95 a you la never have it so 000 1 for a so Little open 6 Days a week a closed mondays Only Leos motors i our authorized Chrysler amp Mouth dealer Manchester Center it. Tel. 362-1318 1963 Hillman super minx 4 or. Sedan 28,000 Miles $4 Oca a real Cream puff i 33u 1962 Volvo big motor stand. Trans and Heater. 1961 Chevrolet Wagon m325 6 pass., v-8, Auto. Trans., radio amp Heater. >1345 1964 Ford station Wagon 9 passenger v-8, stand. Trans., with overdrive 13,000 Miles. Z3/3 1963 rambler 4 door Wagon >1795 Auto. Trans., 6 cyl., Low mileage. See the Apache camper now on display for the past several years he has served As director of advertising for the Rutland Dally Herald. Or. Albright has initiated Many new programs in the West Rutland Parish and doubled its membership. He has served As Moderator of the Rutland association and As vice president of the Rutland ministerial association. He is a member of the Rutland chamber of Commerce where he has served on the Board of governors and As a member of several committees. He has been Active in Many Community affairs and a Leader in the civil rights movement. Mrs. Albright the former Jeanne Stewart Fraser received her education at the Philadelphia business College the Beth Asda naval Hospital and Rosemont College. The Albright have five children Elizabeth Stephen Andrew David and Joanne. The Vermont Church Council organized in 1936, is the cooperating Agency for most of the protestant churches of the state. The Rev. Reginald Illingworth of Montpelier is president of the Council and the Rev. T. Murdock Hale of Barre chairman of the personnel committee. The Council is planning a greatly expanded program under the direction of their new Leader. New Oak leaves John e. Elwood left husband of the former miss Virginia North of Bennington and son in Law of mrs. Harry Lillian b. North of 214 Valentine St., is shown As he received new Silver Oak leaves in his promotion to lieutenant colonel in the . Air Force at Brookley fab Mobile Ala. Making the presentation is col. Terry l. Moore jr., chief of personnel and administration for Mobile air material area to am Brookley. Kin of Bennington ans promoted by air Force Mobile Ala. A John e. Elwood who has just been promoted to lieutenant colonel in the us. Air Force at Brookley fab Here is a son of or. And mrs. George e. Elwood of 87 Summit St., Bridgeport Conn. Area obituaries Marie e. Talbot Pittsfield mass. A miss Marie e. Talbot a former resident of Bennington died Friday afternoon at the Pittsfield general Hospital Here where she had been a patient since thursday. Miss Talbot was bom in Bennington sept. 26, 1924, the daughter of the late Napoleon and ale a Menard Talbot. She received her education at the sacred heart school and was graduate vase fire continued from Page i worried Eye on what they termed a significant increase in left Wing activity in the rebel movement. No one in authority was willing to say that the leftists had taken control of the bloody Power struggle. But officials acknowledged evidence of increased communist inspired activity including attempts to organize a provisional rebel government. There were reports from reliable sources in san Juan p.r., that Castro communists appeared to be taking Over the entire rebel movement. But u. S. Officials would not go beyond their acknowledgement of increasing communist influence. Word of this development was made Public As 1,700 u. S. Marines moving behind tanks sealed off a nine Square mile a International Neutral zone in the Western of the capital of Santo Domingo. The zone was established shortly after noon Edt without incident officials said. Besides 12 million pounds of food already sent the United states was dispatching 20 Mobile medical teams to treat dominican casualties a spokesman said. De from St. Joseph s business College. She was employed by the Vermont Bank and Trust co. In Bennington and at the general electric co. In Pittsfield and was a member of St. Mary s Church Here. Miss Talbot is survived by two Sisters mrs. Alfred Janet Dennelly of North Adams mass., and mrs. Nicholas f. Cecile Marra of Bennington two nieces Deborah Dennelly of North Adams and Barbara Marra of Bennington a Nephew Michael Marra aunts uncles and cousins. The funeral will be held monday at 8 30 . At the Mahar and son funeral Home with a prayer and at 9 . At the sacred heart Church where a requiem High mass will be Sung. Burial will take place in Lawn cemetery. There will be a recitation of the Rosary sunday at 8 . At the funeral Home. Friends May Call at the funeral Home saturday from 7-9 . And sunday from 2-4 . And 7-9 ., when the family will be in attendance. Olin s. Smith Albany s. Smith a resident of Woodford and Bennington for Many years died unexpectedly Friday afternoon in the Albany veterans Hospital Here. Funeral services will be held monday at 2 . At the Mahar and son funeral Home with the Rev. H. Glenn Payne pastor of the first Baptist Church officiating. Burial will be in the Vermont soldiers Home cemetery. Or. Smith was a Veteran of world War i. Among his survivors Are nieces nephews and cousins. Friends May Call at the funeral Home sunday from 3-5 and from 7-9 . Witten real estate transfers Bennington town clerk Mary Hodeck reports the following real estate transfers have been recorded in her office april 21�?paul and Marie t. Gendron of Bennington property on the North Side of Barber Street in the Village of Bennington to George and Norma Corey of Bennington. April 24�?Bennington properties inc. Of Burlington 20.23 acres of land on the East Side of Vermont 67a, the site of the Globe Union inc. Plant in the town of Bennington to John h. Breck or. Of Longmeadow mass., and Pearl l. Wallace of Springfield mass., trustees of the Ellington Trust. April 28�?raymond j. And Helen h. Leblanc of Bennington property on the South Side of Lafayette Street in the Village of Bennington to Cecil r. And Grade e. Clark of Bennington. April 28�?William h. Morse of Bennington twelve acres of land bounded on the North by lands bounded by Hattie d. Galusha on the West and South by land owned by William h. Snow and on the West by Highway 103 in the town of Bennington to George e. Hadwen of Bennington. April 28�?charles m. And Hazel l. Wilkinson of Bennington property on the East Side of Street in the Village of Bennington to Daniel a. And Carol a. Courtemanche of Bennington. April 29�?estate of Myrtle Baker late of Bennington property on the West Side of Silver Street in the Village of Bennington to Geroge d. Knights of Bennington. April 29�?ida e. Kaufman and Sarah Bell of Brookline mass property on the East Side of Beech place in the Village of Bennington to Ideal enterprises inc. Of Bennington. April 29�?edward w. Spinner of Dedham mass property on the East Side of Beech place to Ideal enterprises inc. Looking for the most economical Way to finance your new car you la find Low rates and courteous service at the Vermont Bank and Trust company. The Vermont Bank and Trust company Brattleboro Rutland a Bennington Bellows Falls a Chester Manchester Center Nemier Federal Deposit insurance corporation Saver to speak Iii Shaftsbury Shaftsbury a Ted Seaver teacher at Montpelier High school and director of the Vermont in Mississippi vim project will speak at the methodist Church Here sunday at la . His talk will take place As of the regularly scheduled worship service. Student kills self Vav till Shotgun Hartford it. Up a William p. Hathorn 16, co Captain of the Hartford High school football team and a popular member of the student government was found dead of self inflicted Shotgun wounds Here Friday authorities said. Or. Royal Whitney of West Lebanon n.h., regional medical examiner ruled the death a suicide. William son of or. And mrs. William l. Hathorn was reported missing wednesday night. Is body was found in an Apple Orchard near his Home. High Lase Load Brines lengthy court session a a j i _ col. Elwood is chief of the military personnel division at Headquarters Mobile air Materiel area Moama Brookley. His unit is of the air Force logistics command which provides of operations units with supplies equipment and maintenance services. He is a graduate of Central High school Auld received his bus. Degree from the University of Connecticut. He was commissioned through the aviation Cadet program and served in the european theater of operations during world War ii. His wife is the former miss Virginia North of Bennington daughter of mrs. Harry Lillian b. North of 214 Valentine St. Continued from Page i Tive elections As in Vermont general elections As in new York non partisan selection and a combination of the foregoing. Witten contended the drawbacks in having the chief executive appoint judges Are that judicial selection becomes ingrained in politics. The new York method he said gives the illusion that the people Are picking their judges but that in reality the political Bosses decide who will run. Referring to rumours that judgeship Are bought and sold in new York Witten formerly on the staff of new York District attorney Frank Hogan said in new York City the a scuttlebutt was that the going for a judgeship was $100,000. Cummings outlined the Missouri method of naming judges which is being proposed in a Bill now before the Vermont legislature dealing with election of Superior judges. In Missouri a judicial selection commission composed of laymen and lawyers reviews and investigates candidates for a judgeship and recommends three names to the governor. The gov Ernst then selects one of the three for the . The Vermont legislation would have a selection Board composed of la members the chief Justice of the supreme court five laymen appointed by the governor and five attorneys designated by the Vermont bar association. The Board would recommend three names to the governor who would then select one. Terms of office would be for six years. Several non support and breach of cases combined Friday with the usual assortment of motor vehicle violation complaints to produce one of the longest municipal court sessions in recent months. Donald r. Cameron 32, of North Branch St., pleaded not guilty to charges of desertion and non support of his wife. Dorothy Jane and two week old son Kevin Michael. He was released on his own cognizance after judge George m. Fienberg issued a temporary order requiring Cameron to pay $20 a week through the state probation department for the support of his wife and child. Cameron told the court he had left his family Only for a few Days following an argument with his wife and that he was now Back with her. Fienberg said the required support payments would mean that the respondent s wife would still get Money from him though it would mean a few Days delay each week while his payment to the probation department was processed. Fienberg indicated the charges against Cameron could be dropped if his Domestic situation appeared to have improved. Arraigned on the same complaint was Roland e. Bacon 47, of Arlington who through his attorney John b. Harte pleaded not guilty to charges of desertion and non support of his wife Beatrice and 13-Yearold son James. Judge Fienberg issued a temporary order requiring Bacon to pay $15 a week tor the support of his family. When Bacon indicated that he had a heart affliction which created problems for his obtaining employment Fienberg said that if the Man could show medical evidence to the probation officer of his inability to work then the support order would be discontinued. Ralph e. Hall 35, of North Bennington through his counsel . Harte pleaded not guilty to breach of peace and intoxication charges. He was released on $50 Cash bail provided by Harte. According to the states complaint Hall is alleged to have disturbed the peace by striking his wife Barbara Allen Hall after he had become intoxicated and quarrelled with his wife. Norman f. Farron 32, of Manchester depot pleaded not guilty to a charge of disturbing the peace by reason of his a tumultuous and offensive Carriage Quot and by his threatening and quarrelling with and assaulting one William Crandall. The offence was alleged to have occurred april 25 in Manchester depot. Farron was remanded to the county jail pending the receipt of $50 bail set by the court. Michael Nolli 22, of Pittsfield mass., paid fines totalling $25 after he pleaded guilty to charges of intoxication and breach of peace. He was arrested on the two counts april 29 in Pownal As he attempted to climb Over a Fence into Green Mountain race track. States atty. R. Marshall Witten indicated that in the process of struggling with arresting officers one of them Aaron Preston had been struck by the respondent. Howard King 20, of 230 depot St., pleaded guilty to a charge of disturbing the peace april 28 in Bennington by the destruction of property. He was fined $50 and costs of $5.10 and received a sentence of 30 Days in county jail. The sentence was suspended and the Man placed on probation until further order of the court. One of the conditions of probation was that King make restitution through the probation officer for damage he caused to a fishing pole owned by Charles Conners. A 16-year-old North Adams mass., youth Michael Gagliano was adjudged a delinquent minor and pleas of guilty which he had previously entered to three separate charges of breaking and entering in the nighttime were struck from the record. The youth was sentenced to serve out the rest of his minority at the weeks school but the sentence was suspended and Gagliano placed on probation until further order of the court. He had been charged with breaking into a House owned by capt. Oliver a. Smith of Stamford vt., on three separate occasions with intent to commit larceny. Thomas p. Kinney jr., 18, pleaded not guilty to a charge of careless and negligent drive Pine cobble school to have Hobby show Williamstown mass. A the 13th annual Hobby show for the Benefit of Pine cobble school Library will be held May 14 from 2 15 to 4 . And in the evening from 7 to 8 30. Exhibits May also be seen May 15 from 9 to 10 30 . Automated . Bigger buying Power super duper Market depot Street Bennington it. Long Accident resulting and was released in the custody of his attorney. John p. Morrissey pending the receipt of $25 Ball. Kinney a alleged offence was said to have occurred april 23 on the Walloomsac Road. George e. Bushee 38, of North Bennington pleaded not guilty to a charge that he had exceeded the Speed limit april 29 on Vermont 67a in Bennington. He was also represented by Morrissey to whose custody he was released pending the receipt of $25 Ball. Grace e. Watts 54, of 213 Union St. Pleaded no contest to a charge of careless and negligent driving Accident resulting. After a description of the alleged offence in Pownal april 14 by states atty. Witten the woman was fined $35 plus costs of $5.10. Donald p. Thompson 17, of Pownal Center paid a Fine of $25 and costs of $5.10, $10 More than the usual Fine after he pleaded guilty of exceeding the Speed limit on . 7 in Bennington april 24. Witten stated that the arresting officer had clocked Thompson who was Riding a motorcycle at Speed of up to 75 Miles hour in a 50 mile an hour zone. Charles m. Lancour jr., 24, of North Bennington pleaded no contest to a charge of careless and negligent driving Accident resulting and paid a Fine of $35 and costs of $5.10. The offence was said to have occurred on . 7 in Bennington april 20. Joann Noble 21,pleaded guilty to a charge of exceeding the Speed limit april 26 on Vermont 67a in Bennington and was fined $15 plus costs of $5.10. John a. Roberts 33, of Manchester depot pleaded guilty to a charge of exceeding the Speed limit on Vermont 11-30 in Manchester and paid a Fine of $15 plus costs of $5.10. Philip c. Ver Hoeve 19, of Arlington pleaded guilty to a charge of leaving the scene of an Accident april 25 in Sunderland and pleaded no contest to a charge of careless and negligent driving Accident resulting. On the first count he was Given a suspended 60-Day jail sentence and placed on probation with a special condition that he give up his Driver s License until further order of the court. On the second count he was fined $100 plus costs of $5.10 and Given an alternate jail sentence of 60 Days pending payment of the Fine., Stephen f. Hilchey 42, of Lyons District pleaded guilty to exceeding the Speed limit on . 7 in Pownal april 26 and was fined $15 plus costs of $5.10. Pleas of guilty by waiver and fines were also received by the court from two out of state speeders. The fines $20 in each Case were received from John c. Zwerenz 32, of Glendale ., and from Walter t. Sullivan 40, of Granville Bennington briefs Iron Kettle weekend special soup fruit cup or juice roast loin of chefs salad potato vegetable beverage dessert Rolls butter $1.75. Adv. Rev. Walrath a a Christian growth to be explored Gloversville A the Rev. Douglas a. Walrath of the reformed Church in Middleburgh ., will be the guest speaker at the Troy methodist Board of education banquet held May 7 at the Owca Here. The banquet is of the program of the 133rd annual session of the Troy annual methodist conference being held May 5-9 at Gloversville methodist Church. He will speak on the subject a some factors leading toward Christian the Rev. Or. Walrath is a graduate of Rutgers and new Brunswick theological Seminary. He served As pastor of the Church in Metuchen n.j., As a student before coming to Middleburgh in 1958. He is vice president of the Synod of Albany reformed Church in America chairman of the committee on Church Extension of the Synod a member of the association of directors of Lay centers in the United states known As the Columbus group and a participant in the world Council of churches study on the missionary Structure of the congregation. Bishop Mueller methodist conference to hear Bishop Gloversville A the 133rd session of the Troy annual methodist conference will open at 3 . May 5 at Gloversville ., methodist Church. Ministerial and Lay delegates from churches in the Albany Bennington Troy Glens Falls and Burlington districts will attend the five Day meeting which will close May 9 with the ordination of deacons and elders and appointment of ministers for the coming year by Bishop Lloyd c. Wicke. Bishop Reuben h. Mueller president of the Board of Bishops of the evangelical United breath Ren Church and president of the National Council of the churches of Christ in the .a., will be the conference lecturer speaking at la . May 6 on a your heritage Quot May 7 on a ecumenical christianity Quot and May 8 on a this fighting continued from Page i and where the paratroopers landed. The air base was ringed by . Marines and paratroopers who patrolled the area in jeeps with mounted machine guns. Up correspondent Matthew Kenny who landed at the Airport said he spotted smoke swirling up from various parts of Santo Domingo indicating some areas in the City were burning. The Airport located about 20 Miles Southeast of the City was a sea of planes including the c130 transports which carried in the airborne division some dominican p51 fighters and Marine helicopters shuttling Between the Field and the . Warships in the Harbor. Marines said some of the helicopters had been fired on by rebel snipers but there had been no heavy damage. The apparent american military strategy was for the paratroops to drive across the City skirting rebel Strong Points and join up with the Marine forces deployed along the residential area. A a cease fire Quot arranged by the papal Nuncio was to have gone into effect at noon Friday but nothing came of it. Nichols Cotton Batiste gown for summer $3.00 juvenile shop i 4

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