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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - May 14, 1963, Bennington, Vermont 6-Bennington Banner tuesday May 14, 1963 new vegetable varieties Are available each year each year new vegetable varieties Are being offered by Many seed companies together with the Well known old established varieties. Each new variety has some special characteristic that distinguishes it from other varieties of the same kind. Some May acquire popularity eventually replace an older variety others will fall by the Wayside or will be superseded by still newer varieties. Rec third j. Hopp Horticulturist with the Vermont agriculture experimental station at Ulm advises that several of the vegetable newcomers this season no doubt Are Well adapted to Vermont. Butter crunch is a Bibb Type lettuce. It is very slow in bolting can be grown for Spring summer fall use. Executive snap bean is equally suited both for fresh use for freezing or Canning. The heavy yield is concentrated so you May wish to make successive plantings. You Are probably familiar with the popular Butternut Squash. Do you want it in a Large size or in a Small size Hercules is considerably larger than the regular Butternut has extra thick meaty necks. Bab Butternut on the other hand is Only about six to seven inches Long. This Vest pocket Model of Butternut was developed at the University of new Hampshire. Cut in half baked this Squash makes attractive individual Servings. Gre Zini is a hybrid summer Squash of the Caserta Type with mighty project san Francisco up a Cal Lorn Ian a Feather River water plan financed by $1.75 billion in state Bonds is the largest state Fla danced water project in the nation. A Light Grey Green Akin color. Like other summer Squash pick the fruits while they Are Small whether you need them or not to keep the Plant in production. These Are but a few of the new varieties listed this year. You May find others that will interest you in your favorite seed Catalon. By All Means try something new. A revised list Home Garden vegetable varieties for Vermont is available from the bulletins office Morrill Hall Burlington it. Ask for brie Flet iou. 7 out of to teen agers Eye College studies in a Spring poll of 5,297 teenage students in More than too secondary schools in All sections of the country the Institute of student opinion reports that 7 out of to secondary school students expect to go to College. These College bound students plan to attend school away from Home expect College costs to run from $1,000 to $2,000 a year. They done to have All the Money for College yet but most expect to work their Way through by summer or part time work. The Institute of student opinion is an Independent activity sponsored by Scholastic magazines inc., has been conducting nationwide surveys of teenagers since 1943. This sampling of 5,297 students covered grades 7-12 in Junior senior Junior senior High schools in Public private parochial school systems. Technical consultant in preparing conducting Iso surveys for Scholastic magazines is or. Harry Deane Wolfe professor of marketing University of Wisconsin school of Commerce. Franco american Spaghetti shoulder Lamb chops walkers la. 79 food Market Javery memorials 517 South Street Bennington Vermont Coll mrs. Ernest h. Javery mrs. Aun h. Re agg the one place to Call for Money the minute you want it in Call beneficial to get Cash double fast. Clean up leftover Bills take care of expenses you name it. The folks at beneficial he to say a yes a Call. Now beneficial finance system Loans $20 to $600 a Loans life insured at Low Cost beneficial finance co. Of Bennington 449 main Street Bennington phone 2-5441 a ask for the yes manager open evenings by appointment phone for hours a i Genet Ici Al a Ina acc co face to face with their constituents at the annual meeting of the league of women voters saturday were sen. Eugene v. Clark a Bennington county second from left rep. Joseph j. Caracciola a Bennington right. Chatting with Clark while lunch is being served is mrs. Lee Shoemaker outgoing president of the league mrs. William Gillette newly elected president is talking to Caracciola. Other new officers Are mrs. Fred Grant 1st vice president mrs. Edward Levin 2nd vice president mrs Danforth Geer Secretary. Mrs. Benjamin Vail mrs. Shoemaker mrs. Marshall Cross mrs. Clarence Howard mrs. Harold Kramer were named to the Board of directors. Staff photo Buckler 4slow but effective county solons cite legislative process debate proposals to Speed up Pace Taskin furniture co. 33 Eagle St. No. Adams mass phone Mo-33784 for the finest in q. Custom tailored draperies Tai made to your order at terrific savings a enormous selection of patterns colera. A we measure make install them for you. A Faut delivery a just a few Days. From 1.98 cd. So charge for labor phone we will bring Sample no obligation by Warren Bickler representative government As it is practice in Montpelier May be slow but it is the most effective Way to govern in a democracy state sen. Eugene Clark a Bennington county told members of the league of women voters saturday. Clark in a speech to the leagues annual meeting traced the Long winding path a Bill introduced in the legislature must follow through the drafting room various committees two houses before it is finally passed or rejected. The three readings of a Bill in each House the committee studies reports the debates the Roll Call votes Are the Best safeguard however Clark stated against a the passage of ill conceived ways have been suggested to Speed up the legislative process according Tollark. Specific proposals now being considered by the legislature would a limit the number of municipal charter Bills that can be brought up before the legislature. These a fils have to be approved by the entire general Assembly but affect Only one Community a permit municipalities to vote amendments to their Charters at the local level submit them to the legislature Only Tor approval. An amendment would become Law at the local level would not have to be introduced in the legislature As a Bill at All a establish an office of legislative counsel that could solve Many problems before the legislature even convenes. But As time goes on according to Clark the legislature will need More rather than less time to do its work. A certain degree of slowness inherent in the representative form of government has been increased in recent years by the greater volume of legislation that deals with areas with which the state was not concerned before by sharper divisions in Between political parties. Quot in the old Days Quot Clark said. Quot the House of representatives used to be like a club. The members tended to agree with one an James Delong Harry Hurley knights of Columbus Convene Here Friday scores of delegates officers other members will arrive Here Friday night for the three Day 65th annual convention of the knights of Columbus. Bennington Council 307 is Host this year for the first time since 1920. Harry a Hurley past grand Knight of the local Council for Many years James Delong present grand Knight Are co chairmen. Others on the committee include j. Russell Carpenterjr. And William Shanahan banquet Chai Holden Leonard Anzivino registration Leon Boutin reservations Robert Cummings jr., ladies entertainment Raymond Leblanc dance Frank Hoyt George Coutu hospitality George Foucher Hall Joseph Carroll Catholic activity. Registration takes place Friday night saturday morning. There will be informal entertainment Friday night with Organ music snacks. The convention opens saturday at 9 . With mass at sacred heart Church. Opening of business will be at to at the k of c Hall will continue in the afternoon. While the convention is in session in the afternoon the lad ies will go to Green Mountain Park in Pownal for lunch at the clubhouse a tour of the race track facilities. The convention banquet is set for saturday at 6 30 . At Paradise restaurant. It is expected that the most Rev. Robert f. Joyce d.d., Bishop of Burlington the very Rev. Gerald e. Dupont use head of 91, Michael a College in Winooski Park gov. Philip h. Hoff will be Honor guests. A social hour will precede the banquet. The convention dance will Start at k of c Hall at 9 30 with a five piece orchestra furnishing music. State officers state chairmen District deputies delegates alternates All Bennington Council members will receive holy communion at the convention mass at 8 . At St. Francis de sales Church. Bishop Joyce or for. William Hammond state chaplain will be the celebrant. Business session resumes at to . And continues during the afternoon until 4 . The ladies will be entertained at a Tea at the Catholic daughters rooms at 2 pm. Mrs. Robert Cummings or. And mrs. James Delong Are co chairmen. Come to Sayles North Adams mass. now that there Are at least two opinions on every in. Debates Are Apt to be lengthier. The tradition in the Vermont legislature that debate is free unlimited Clark said that every member May speak As Long As often As he wishes does not Lead to Shorter sessions. At the end of Clarks speech questions were asked of Otter Bennington county legislators present at the meeting. State sen. Reid Lefevere a Bennington county said in reply to a question that he expects the Senate to take no action on reapportionment this year. He suggested however that the Senate could be re apportioned very easily of the legislature exercised its right to change county lines. Each county is supposed to be represented in the Senate according to its population Lefevre pointed out but each county must have at least one senator. As a result grand Isle county with 2,000 souls has one senator Chittenden county with a population of nearly 75,000 has five senators. If the two counties merged the new county formed would have six senators More of its inhabitants would be More fairly represented than they Are now. By the same Token Orleans county could Annex Essex county gain thereby More equitable representation in the Senate. A plan for changing county lines will have More general acceptance in a year or two Lefevre predicted. Tracy e. Kenyon jr.,town representative from Shaftsbury noted in reply to another question about reapportionment that a proposal to give weighted vote in Roll Call votes to members of the House according to the size of the town they represented had been voted Down. The Only obstacle to using an electronic Board to record Roll Call votes in the House is the Cost rep. Joseph j. Caracciola r Bennington told the ladies. An electronic Means of recording Roll Call votes now in use in 30 state Legislatures would save time Money in the Long run according to Caracciola. Sen Lefevre however objected strenuously to the electric Board. The Vermont legislature is made up of laymen who have Little knowledge of three quarters of the Bills on which they Are called on to vote according to Lefevre. An electric Board would make it impossible for legislators to vote the same Way As someone who is an expert in the matter under consideration. Sen. Clark retorted that senators whose names begin with Quot a Quot can t rely on this system because there is very Little Chance that the Quot expert Quot will vote before them. James w. Lounsbury a pow Nal told a questioner that the Bill to impose a tax on admission tickets to Green Mountain Park was a Picayune Quot because it Quot yield he suggested that the legislature at least Walt to see whether the track is a Success or not before imposing a tax of this sort. School District to close books on May 25 supt. Allan j. Heath has announced that the Bennington graded school District will close its Book on May 25 to provide a Quot Grace period Quot before the District presents its annual financial report to the voters. Last Yeai the administration closed the District s financial records during the first week of june but experienced difficulties in gathering All necessary data for the annual school report which is printed distributed for the District s annual meeting in mid june. Heath urged Bennington area merchants or businessmen having Bills against the school District to submit them to his office before May 25 to facilitate closing of the books. The District s fiscal year ends june 30. A Israel is anxious for Egypt to rearm a because Well take Over the arms once the egyptians have got them. Ito Esno i matter How Many tanks or planes you have but How you Man them Quot a among the causes for the Arab israeli strife Are religious language differences the Arab refugee problem territorial disputes Arab feelings that Israel is a new outpost of Wes Tern colonialism the Block Israel presents to Nasser plans for an Arab Union under his control a in building rockets Egypt should remember that the distance from Cairo to Tel Aviv is the same As that from Tel Aviv to Cairo. Lord Samuel is principal of the Israel Institute for Public affairs. He has been a visiting professor this semester at the University of the state of new Yorkus graduate school of Public affairs Albany. He retains British citizenship but appears to identify himself completely with Israel using without exception the pronoun a we Quot when referring to israelis. Lord Samuel spent considerable time discussing israelis Domestic affairs. He noted that the country has shifted its economic base from agriculture to Industry. This he pointed out has lessened the requirements for water in the Negev desert so downgraded the projects for utilizing water from the sea of Galilee the Jordan River. He also told his listeners a Israel still has no immigration quota for jews a All immigrants with a High school education or More who do not speak hebrew spend six months in residence at a language Institute where they Are taught the language night Day a arabic is taught in israeli schools but the reverse is not the Case a women Are drafted into the army for two years men for 30 months a it costs $15,000 to Settle an immigrant family in Israel. The British peer who served on Gen. Allenby a staff during world War ii remarked in his Tongue in Cheek fashion that israelis himself included done to $500 newspaper Georgetown Calif. Up Early newspapers Are the Mosi expensive the least expensive items listed in the third catalogue of Western americana just issued by the Talisman press Here. An Issue of the Monterey californian first newspaper in the state is listed at $500. An 1866 Issue of the Humboldt times of Eureka an 1867 Issue of the Marysville daily Appeal or an 1896 Issue of the Mountain Democrat of Placerville Are available at $3 each. Think much of the 50-mile hikes that were the fad in this country some months ago. Quot in Israel Quot he said Quot a 120-mile shortly thereafter a couple congratulated him on his speech remarked that they a like to stay longer but that hey be got to drive Home some 30 Miles Quot that a a Long double s amp h Stamps wednesday North Bennington re. Bennington it. Burglar proof Uncle Sam who knows which Side his bread is buttered on has taken some pretty thorough Steps to guarantee the safety of your . Savings Bonds. For example suppose you have a Bond stolen before you have a Chance to put it in the Bank or some other Safe place. You Haven to a worry. Ifs registered in your name you re not out a cent. The government gives you another Bonds no charge. Even if you be forgotten the serial number the Date place you bought it though having this information speeds up the process. To theft Protection is just one More of the Many reasons Why your fellow americans have Over $46 Billian invested in savings Bonds a powerful answer to the people who threaten to Bury us economically. So buy savings Bonds. And see if you done to feel pretty Good about it. Quick facts about . Savings Bonds a you get $4 for every $3 at maturity a you can get your Money any time a you can buy Bonds on the payroll savings plan. Keep a Down in Yourm Browmi us savings Bonds Tbs is government am not pay for this advertising. The Treasury deportment Council Obb the advertising of newspaper for their patriotic support. Amp 5 Ammon Jordan saudi Arabia Miles Haifa of taif Martian be a Tel Aviv Gaza strip Lebanon j Syria sea of i Lite Egypt Sinai Peninsula quiz of a Tsi viscous Samuel says Israel can repulse any Arab attacks North Bennington Israel has Quot supreme conf Fence wisely or unwisely Quot that she can Roll Back any attack her Arab neighbors can mount in the near future Edwin Viscount Samuel told some 50 listeners at an informal give take session at the congregational Church Here saturday. Viscount Samuel son of the first British High commissioner for Palestine a lifelong student of the Middle East gently ousted with his audience on the issues which mean life or death for the first jewish state since about 70 . Dispensing with any speech he May have prepared lord Samuel spent nearly two hours in question answer repartee with his listeners. Among the main Points he made a Quot like Berlin there Are some problems to which there is no obvious solution. Israel s dispute with her Arab neighbors is one of these. Time is the Only solvent Quot a Wert it not for Israel s existence nug Hussein of Jordan might Well have been overthrown by pro Nasser elements. However Israel would use military Force to prevent such a turn of events Nasser knows it

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