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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - May 13, 1966, Bennington, Vermont 12-Bennington Banner Friday May 13, 1966 Union school Board okays hiring department Heads prior to sept. I the it. Anthony Union school Board thursday night approved a request from supt. Howard f. Kelley to engage some department Heads prior to sept. I on a a per diem Quot basis. Kelley told the Board that some departments would profit of their Heads reviewed Supply inventories and checked programs with teachers at several Points during the summer instead of assuming responsibilities Quot cold in september. The school Board also approved a request from Kelley that he be authorized to Purchase instructional materials exclusive of expensive items and items requiring old procedures against the new budget. Kelley explained that orders for texts and similar materials must be placed soon to insure delivery. The Union school Board discussed the Union schools athletic program for girls and agreed that another instructor should be hired to assist mrs. Anita Caswell next year who would then be Able to concentrate on programs for senior High school girls. As proposed thursday eve Ning the new instructor would be hired at a salary of one half of mrs. Caswell a. Principal Charles w. Kerr reported to the Board that studies Are now being made of Dally schedules for next year. He noted that transportation problems May make it impossible to commence the school Day at 8 . Next year and he said that the free period system now used at Bennington High school May have to be ended at least for the lower grades. Board member Barton Jenks of Shaftsbury reported an apparent impasse has developed Over immediate chances of a track around the football Field and he said the situation will have to ride for the present. An Anonymous person had offered to make a Large contribution toward the track but spiralling Cost estimates of track construction have complicated the situation. Board chairman mrs. Marian c. Taylor noted that a meeting has been scheduled for May 18 to review Union school construction to Date. Members of the Board will meet with school a mrs. Labeau installed As president of bpm dub mrs. Constance Lade Ati was installed As president of the business and professional women a club of Bennington in an impressive Flower installation ceremony held wednesday night at the Bennington country club. Other off flyers who were installed by the state president mrs. Reltha Mcgaughan of Burlington were first Vic president obituary Hoh re h. Sherman Sunderland a Howard w. Sherman 47, world War ii army Veteran died Early this morning at his Home Here after a Long period of ill health. Born oct. 12, 1918 in Westfield mass., he was the son of Clarence and Mabel Nelson Sherman. His last employment had been with Mack molding company in Arlington. His marriage to the former Evelyn Sargood took place dec. 24, 1941. Or. Sherman was a member of the Federated Church of East Arlington and also belonged to the Arlington american legion Post. An avid sportsman he had played Semi pro football and baseball and also was fond of Hunting and fishing. Survivors Are his wife one son Michael of Sunderland two daughters Marcia and Linda both of Sunderland his Mother of Westfield mass two Brothers Judson and George both of Westfield. Visiting hours at the Hanson Walbridge funeral Home in Arlington Are saturday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 . The funeral will be in the East Arlington Federated Church sunday at 2 . With the pastor the Rev. Granville Greenwold officiating. Contributions May be made in his memory to the Vermont association for the crippled or to the East Arlington Federated Church through the funeral Home. Hospital notes lilt Hsi a maa 12. 1966 admissions miss Jacqueline Waters Wilmington mrs. Jessie Hickey Hoosick Falls mrs. Lorraine Dusablon Bennington Joseph Lobravico Shaftsbury mrs. Martha Grant Manchester depot. Discharges miss Patricia Lewis James Marsden Bennington mrs. Agnes Stevens Hoosick Austin plumb Whitingham mrs. Eileen Boynton and son Arlington. Births or. And mrs. Leonard Sargood of Arlington a son May 12. Or. And mrs. John Cornell of 330 school St., a daughter May 12. Other births born at Mary Hitchcock Hospital Hanover ., May to a son Charles Howard to or. And mrs. Lawrence Colyer of Lebanon Mrs. Colyer is the former miss Jane Mccarthy of Bennington. The baby a maternal grandparents Are or. And mrs. Daniel Mccarthy of 109 Coolidge ave. This is the ninth great grandson of James Nelson of Arlington. Stock a vertigo Dow Jones Bache a co., Albany 13 i 9 Titi 30 industrials 877.17 a 8.40 20 railroads 229.24 a 2.67 15 utilities 136.60�? .32 composite average310.19 a 2.89 totals 4 800 000 mrs. Helen Strobridge second vice president mrs. Mary Lane rounds recording Secretary mrs. Katherine Cone corresponding Secretary mrs. Irene Barber and treasurer mrs. Elizabeth Wilcox. Among the guests who attended the dinner meeting were mrs. Berl Morrill of Burlington state recording Secretary mrs. Ethel Wells state personnel development chairman mrs. Mary Winslow state first vice president mrs. Irma Zentz president of the Manchester Bow mrs. Hope Seamans of Manchester and mrs. Peggy Gray of Bennington. Miss Cecile Roy mrs. Caroline Pierce and mrs. Rose Peart were named As delegates to the state convention to be held at the toll House in Stowe on june 4-5. Miss Terese Goodermote mrs. Ann Gordy and mrs. Mary Jane rounds will serve As alternates. Mrs. Rose Peart the retiring president was presented with a past presidents pin and a Corsage and mrs. Mcgaughan the state president was also Given a Corsage and a gift from the Bennington club. The june meeting of the Bennington Bpwe will be held june 8 at the Elwell Pines in Williamstown with a social hour from 7 to 7 30 . Lions lob announces auction Bennington Lions club at its regular bimonthly meeting tuesday night reported the annual sports night a great Success and that Sam tones of the Boston celtics will be Long remembered for his friendliness warmth and understanding of Young people. It has been announced that the club annual auction will be held the third week in june. Plans for this auction Are now being made and the time and place will be announced shortly. Congratulations and awards were Given to the Bennington Lions Bowling team who captured the zone Bowling championship for the first time. Receiving the awards were Lions Jerry Finnegan Art Doxsee Joe Lachant Paige Heald and John Vallotti who also received an award for the highest average. Guest speaker was Albert Bachand of Williamstown mass., a certified hypo technician. A most informative lecture and demonstration on hypnosis were Given. Chite cts representatives from the George a. Fuller construction company and clerk at the works James h. Mann. Before ending the Public meeting the Board approved a Resolution honouring retired superintendent Allan j. Heath that will be read at the testimonial dinner planned in his Honor saturday evening at the Paradise restaurant. Mail Box improvement week set postmaster Stanley j. Pekalski announced today that the Post office department has selected the week of May 16 21, 1966 for mail Box improvement week. The purpose of mail Box improvement week is to Call attention to the need for providing mail receptacles which Are designed to protect the mails from the weather and which Are neat in appearance conveniently located and Safe to use. Neat attractive mail boxes will make a significant contribution to the objectives and Success of president Johnson a natural Beauty program. Pekalski Points out that where Box numbers Are assigned the name of the owner and the Box number must be shown on the Side of the Box which is visible to the Rural Carrier As he approaches or on the door of the Box in those instances in which boxes Are grouped. He also warns that mailable matter found in private mailboxes without prepayment of postage is a postal violation and will not be tolerated. Any person or firm responsible for placing such matter into mail receptacles must pay the total postage chargeable on All pieces. Further continued improper use will be reported to the postal inspection service for necessary action. Short a urinal sessions i Rogerl Montpelier up a sen. John of Briend Chittenden grand Isle says he May propose Short annual sessions of the legislature instead of the usual six month or 26-week Blen Noel assemblies. Of Brien said thursday he Felt the Shorter sessions would save the taxpayers More than $250,-000> of Brien was not alone. Republican Sens. Stoyan Christowe of Dover Ellery Purdy of Rutland and Stephen Martin of Barre All agreed. O Brien said each session should be held to three months and legislators should be paid Only $1,500 annually. He added that he will try and introduce legislation along these lines in the next general Assembly of he returns in the fall elections. Globe a Nion stalemate unions position in got int ions of out of line labor says educators fund donation miss Caroline Darlington presents a $300 Check to or. William d. Worthington As a contribution to the current fund raising efforts by the educators fund. Miss Darlington made the contribution on behalf of the Bennington chapter of the american association of University women and represents the proceeds of the associations recent Book Sale. The fund a memorial to four area educators killed in a plane crash last year has been established to provide scholarships for worthy area High school graduates. Or. Worthington is chairman of the fund. Hamilton memorial Day program j a a announced by committee Observance of memorial Day and the pre memorial service have been announced by veterans memorial committee which includes Post 13, american legion cmdr. Winston Lother Post 1332 veterans of foreign wars cmdr. Ernest Costa and world War i Barracks 1955 cmdr. Kenneth Porter of North Bennington. The pre memorial service will be held this year on sunday May 29. At the Vermont sol funerals Andre bet it in for in nurses on Rescue Sci Ian i at the recent regular monthly meeting of the practical nurse association of Vermont inc., District no. 6, Andre Betit corps instructor for the town of Bennington Rescue squad was guest speaker. With the four litter ambulance and Rescue truck present Betit demonstrated some of the equipment used on emergency Calls such As the resuscitator Porta Power Gas operated saw Reeves Stretcher Etc. A film was shown with the Rescue squad members in action using the above equipment. Refreshments were served by mrs. Ethel Waite and miss Helen Cone. The president miss Cone conducted the business meeting which preceded the program. I there future scouts i to a James John and Jeffrey Hart sons of District scout executive Joseph Vav. Hart of Park Street remind everyone about the boy scout a men of tomorrow Jamboree a at Rutland Fairgrounds saturday. Parade is at i . And demonstrations and exhibits at 2. Mrs George i. Viki a Putney a funeral services for mrs. Beatrice h. Aiken 71, wife of . Sen. George d. Aiken r-vt., were held Here thursday afternoon at the Putney Federated Church where she had been Active for Many years. Mrs. Aiken died at her Home on West Hill in Putney tuesday night after an illness of several weeks. The Rev. Alan t. Jones of Sebago Maine a former pastor of the Federated Church and a close personal Friend of mrs. Aiken conducted the service. Of mrs. Aiken the Rev. Or. Jones said a what counts is to be faithful with what you have and she was faithful she was a Benediction to us the service was attended by about 275 persons most of whom were seated in the Church Sanctuary. About 30 mourners occupied chairs set up in its ground floor classrooms where the service was heard on an amplification system. Political notables among the townspeople and friends in attendance included gov. Philip h. Hoff it. Gov. John j. Daley . Sen. Winston l. Prouty r-vt., . Rep. Robert t. Stafford r-vt., Windham county sen. Edward Janeway state Republican chairman Derick v. Webb and former it. Gov. Ralph Foote and former . Sen. Ralph e. Flanders. The altar rail at the front of the Broad Church was banked with Flowers. Among those sending bouquets and sprays were president Lyndon b. Johnson sen. Aikens Republican and democratic colleagues in the Senate and House of representatives and Cabinet officials. Organist was mrs. Anna b. Robertson of Brattleboro. Cremation followed the service. Mrs. Daisy Miller Peru funeral rites for mrs. Daisy Miller 72, widow of Harry Miller who died sunday at Grace cottage Hospital in Townshend were conducted wednesday at the Adams funeral Home in Chester by the Rev. Richard Pryce pastor of the Peru congregational Church. Burial was in Maple Hill cemetery in Dorset. Bearers were James Miller of Manchester Theodore Robert and George Miller of Peru and Walter Miller and Gerald Dean of Dorset. Astronomy notes j the Constellation gemini is now found High in the West Early evening. The prominent stars Castor and Poilu were named after the favorite gods of the romans thousands of years ago. They were at that time supposed to Lead them to military victories and a great Temple was built in this Honor at the roman forum. They were also the saints of the sailors having saved them from Many storms. The Star Delta in the Constellation is named Wasat from the Ara Bic a the Middle of the it is located near the ecliptic. Dierst Home Chapel at 9 . With the Rev. W. Earle Forman officiating. The memorial Day program starts monday at 9 . With the dedication of a veterans memorial at the White Chapel cemetery. After the dedication a Parade will form at to in front of Bennington High school with veterans groups and auxiliaries National guard units both High school bands and the girl scout band and others. The line of March will be Down main Street to Putnam Square where the Parade will halt and the Gold Star mothers will place a Wreath at the Honor Roll. The procession will then proceed on North Street to Putnam Bridge where Flowers will be strewn on the water to Honor the memory of Navy personnel. The line will continue to the soldiers Home where Village president Henry Mallory will be master of ceremonies at the exercises. Principal speaker of the Day will be Robert m. Wilson Veteran and former Bennington county senator who is now on the state Highway Board. Chaplain of the Day will be the Rev. Forman pastor of the Church of god and chaplain at the soldiers Home. In urging the widest possible participation in this years memorial Day rites the commanders of the veterans organizations have referred to an excerpt from Gen. Logan a original order of nearly too years ago a a let no avarice or neglect no ravages of time testify to the present or coming generations that we have forgotten As a people the Cost of a free and undivided cmdr. Lother and Costa remind everyone that the Observance of memorial Day in Bennington should also include the display of the United states flags at every Home and business. Anyone who wishes to participate in the ceremonies of the Day should Contact either cmdr. Costa or Lother. The Bennington county Central labor Council has found that contract demands being made by local 1371 of the United Auto workers in negotiations with management at the Bennington Plant of Globe Union inc. Are not out of line with contract provisions of other labor contracts in this area. The Council came to this conclusion according to its president Kenneth e. Clayton at its meeting tuesday night following the submission of a report to this effect by a special committee which had studied the a awl a demands. The study by the Council had been requested by the Law local whose negotiations with the company Are currently at a stalemate. The request was made to counter what Union representatives have said is the company a Contention that the Law demands go beyond those provisions generally prevailing in this area. A a the general consensus of the Council a Clayton said a is that the Union is not out of line in any Way. There Are no great differences Between what it is seeking and the provisions of existing contracts in this area. If anything what they Are seeking is a bit less than what prevailing contracts in the area in another key action at the councils regular monthly meeting the labor body formed a Community action committee. Purpose of the committee is to receive requests from various Community organizations throughout the county on projects or programs for which they need help and to recommend to the Council How it might provide such assistance. The committee is composed of mrs. Ethel Bruso chairman a Delegate from the International ladies garment workers Union local at the Thomson mfg. Co. Mrs. Marian Pierce and mrs. Beverly Bahan delegates from local 1164 of the United steelworkers at the Warren wire co. In Pownal Perle Hoyt Delegate from local 545 of the upholsterers International Union at the . Cushman mfg. Corp. In North Bennington and Eddie Midurski Delegate from local 236 of the lithographers and photo engravers International Union at the pol graphic company of America in North Bennington. Delegates on the Council Clayton reported also agreed to urge their respective locals to sponsor the sending of a boy for a one weeks stay at a special Junior conservation Camp to be held at Lake Bomoseen from june 19 to july 30. Plans were also discussed for the conducting of a summer safety Campaign among Union members while the Campaign would be a general one emphasis would be placed on the following of Safe practices around the Home and during vacation activities. Also discussed were plans for a local committee on political education conference tentatively to be held the second sunday in August. To be discussed would be Steps to be taken for getting Union members on their local checklists if they Are not already and of getting out the Union vote in this Falls primary and general elections. In response to a letter from the National foundation for the Blind Clayton said Council members agreed to canvass their locals for knowledge of any Blind person who needs a seeing Eye dog. The Council also voted to make a number of donations a one of these to the Union strikers at the Vermont Marble co. In Proctor. A another to the Vermont labor councils James Cross scholarship fund. This year. Clayton said the fund directors Are aiming at distributing eight $100 scholarships to worthy children of Union members who Are entering their freshman year of Post High school training or advanced education. The fund was established As a memorial to Cross who had been one of the founders and a Long time Secretary treasurer of the state Council. A a $25 contribution to the Bennington free Library in appreciation for the councils use of the building for its recent weekend labor seminar. Clayton said the seminar had been termed a Success with increased participation Over the first such seminar held last year. A a the delegates were Well pleased a he said a and Many have indicated that they want another municipal court bomber Bennington Brief s Gordon Hier entered the veterans administration Hospital at White River Junction today to undergo surgery. The fishing Derby of the sacred heart cub scout pack no. 345 that was to be held this sunday has been postponed indefinitely. Have your old shoes converted to Golf shoes. Zippers repaired and replaced. Childlike shoes too. Kings shoe service 164 North St. Adv. Iron Kettle weekend special broiled Ham Steak with pineapple ring. Complete dinner $1.75. All Legal beverages. Adv Iron Kettle Friday special deep Fried scallops potato vegetable and beverage $1.25. All Legal beverages. Adv. Pri Sculak a Beauty shop will be closed until tuesday May 17 due to death in the family. Adv. Foe no. 1861 a a candlelight room open Friday 7 . To i . Saturday 7 . To 12 sunday i . Toll . Adv. Elks club every Friday night seafood Platter a 5 . Until Are All served. Adv. Or. . Armstrong a office closed May 14. Open thursday May 26. Adv. Garden blowing. Call after 5 . 442-5339. Fred Laflamme Chapel Road. Adv. Continued from Page i the joint chiefs did recommend that full scale development of the new bomber be authorized for fiscal 1968, which begins july i 1967. But he contended they did that on a mistaken Assumption and they were now reconsidering the matter. Sorry about that chiefs. What seemed to be at Issue the Secretary said was a mistaken Assumption on the part of the joint chiefs that if they favored a contract definition they must also favor a full he said a contract definition would require Only five per cent of the total development Cost of a new plane he has told the joint chiefs they re free to recommend that without committing themselves to a proposal for full development. But said the Secretary at this Point no two people in the Pentagon know exactly what they want any new bomber to be like. A 45-year-old Rutland Man who pleaded guilty to Check forgery charges april 15 was sentenced in Bennington municipal court Friday to serve from 18 months to 3 years at Windsor state prison in april pending study of a pre sentence investigation was told by judge George m. Fienberg that his prison sentence will run concurrently with any other sentences he is now serving. Perkins had pleaded guilty april 15 to offences committed in june and july of 1965, when he altered two Money orders and attempted to defraud Fred Hutch 1 Inson of Bennington and Charlotte Nicklaw proprietor of the Bat ten kill inn in Manchester. Judge Fienberg noted that per-1 Kinsy record was a quite lengthy a and he said he would not waste time with a lecture. To another respondent however judge Fienberg spoke at some length advising him to give thought to his future during his time at the Windsor House of correction where he was sentenced to serve from 9 to 18 months for committing fraud by Check. Gerald e. Thomson 19, of Shaftsbury had pleaded guilty april 28 to writing a bad Check of $34.50 and attempting to defraud Sherman Williams paint store in Bennington april 23. He had been remanded to the county jail without bail pending completion and study of a pre sentence investigation and had been assigned atty. Margaret e. Lillie As counsel. Judge Fienberg who emphasized that Thomson a record was a far from enviable a said the pre sentence investigation had been a exhaustively he directed that the sentence imposed Friday will run concurrently with any sentence issuing from a determination by other authorities that the respondent had violated parole. Two motor vehicle cases were heard in court and a third was handled by waiver. A Nancy l. Stryker 25. Of Bennington was fined $15 on each of two offences dating from May 4 in Pownal Center. Mrs. Stryker pleaded guilty to driving without a Vermont License and driving a car that had not been inspected. A Ralph r. Brown 18, of North Bennington pleaded guilty to driving with defective equipment May 12 in North Bennington. A Fine of $25 plus costs was ordered after states atty. R. Marshall Witten noted that Brown had a it geared in court april 13 for the same offence. A pleading no contest by waiver to careless and negligent driving May 6 with an Accident resulting in Shaftsbury on it. 67 was Lois e. Brown 39, of Eagle Bridge n.y., who paid a Fine of $35 including court costs. Mrs. Babcock named chairman reorganization of legislative District no. 3 democrats was the major accomplishment of a meeting thursday night of some 25 party regulars from Bennington and Woodford which together make up the election District. Formally elected As District chairman was Bennington town chairman mrs. Carmel Babcock of 219 Union St. Who has been serving unofficially in that Ca Palty. Chairmen and co chairmen were then named for organizations in each of the three subdistrict into which the Bennington Woodford District is divided. For subdistrict i Porth Lawrence f. Powers was named one chairman to cover the North Bennington Village area of this subdistrict covering the remaining part of this subdistrict will be two other co chairmen Bernard Galipeau and Robert m. Wilson. For subdistrict 2 East Joseph Higgins and Benjamin Gauthier were named As co chairmen and for subdistrict 3 South Raymond p. Betit and Joseph Carrot were designated co chairmen. District Campaign chairman for the upcoming primary and general elections this fall will be Wilson. Each of the sub District organizations will also form committees to work with their co chairmen. The group also discussed the upcoming Vermont democratic women a club meeting to be held at it. Ascutney May 21. 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