Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives May 14 1966, Page 2

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - May 14, 1966, Bennington, Vermont 2 a Bennington Banner saturday May l a 1966 ufos fact or hallucination Bennington briefs funeral continued from Page i ing weaponry is impotent against the flying objects. Officially he told the Jesup Hall audience the air Force says that 7.7 per cent of the ufos sightings have not been identified. But he continued what the air Force has not disclosed is that nearly All of this percentage figure represent sightings that Are Well documented by presumably reliable witnesses such As air plane pilots and radar technicians. A these Are the Cream of the reports a a Fuller said a the hard Core that really on the reports of some witnesses who have claimed to have been in actual Contact with extra terrestrial beings who have landed Here Fuller said a on these i m really noting that a there Are a lot of nuts Quot who have made such reports he said that a what happens with the kooks is that even if they Are right they overstate and under document their experiences rather than the to understate and Over document has been the policy which Fuller indicated he has followed throughout his investigations. Fuller said his Book will also discuss what he described As a circumstantial evidence Quot suggesting that there might be a connection Between ufos and the massive Power failure in the Northeast and parts of Canada last november. He noted that at about the time of the blackout there were Independent sightings by a Federal aviation commissioner and three pilots of a a huge red object Quot in the Syracuse ., area where the Power disruption appeared to have its beginnings. That a relay had broken at a High tension Complex the official cause of the failure that was subsequently Given Fuller considered As a not really an anyone who has Flowers to do Date for the table arrangement at the Beni seniors All night party is asked to Call either mrs. Mary Faller or mrs. Janet Hollister. The fishing Derby of the sacred heart cub scout pack no. 345 that was to be held this sunday has been postponed indefinitely. Beni seniors have until May 15 to procure tickets for the senior All night party. They May obtain them by calling 442-5553 or contacting mrs. Janet Hollister at 131 Beech St. Born in St. Mary a Hospital Russellville Ark., May 7 a daughter Kimberley Lee to a2c and mrs. Robert Bartlett. Mrs. Bartlett is the former Linda Talley of Belleville Ark. The new arrivals father is the son of or. And mrs. James Bartlett of Beech Street Extension and he is serving with the . Air Force now in Viet Nam. . No. 1861 a candlelight room Quot open Friday 7 . To i . Saturday 7 . To 12 sunday i . Toll . Adv. Iron Kettle weekend special broiled Ham Steak with pineapple ring. Complete dinner $1.75. All Legal beverages. Adv. Garden blowing. Call after 5 . 442-5339. Fred Laflamme Chapel Road. Adv. Shrubs Best Grade. Forsythia quince mock Orange red lilacs 4 it. Betty Moses 7-5215. Adv. Have your old shoes converted to Golf shoes. Zippers repaired and replaced. Cell life shoes too. Kings shoe service 164 North St. Adv. Bank drafts Are entered As evidence in Milne ase what is it a a visitor at the lecture by Fuller examines a print which he brought with him of an apparent ufos photographed in Pennsylvania. Fuller indicated he was convinced the photo was authentic. The Bright Circle at the left is the Moon. Explanation. When a circuit breaker at your House misfires Quot he said a that does t cause a blackout of the whole of his Exeter research he said that in 203 pages of interview transcripts there were 63 mentions of the ufos being sighted a right Over Power automated . Iii Tiger buying Bower super duper Market depot Street Bennington it. Formal formal rentals Adams clothes shop a shoes too Quot time to change shop Oneida Bennington drive in now thru Sun. 2 great Academy award show is Ballou 3 also All Star cast children under 12 free show St arts i disk the suggestion he indicated was that the ufos in some Way might be using the electromagnetic Force Fields set up in the area of the High tension lines. Fuller got quite a reaction from his audience when he referred to a color photograph which had appeared in time Magazine with its Story on the massive Power failure. In the sky near the top Center of a picture of new York City during the Power shutdown can be seen a Small Bright object with a shape much like that of the planet Saturn. He said that the Magazine made no mention of the object in the photo and its editors he subsequently Learned Hadnot apparently noticed it in their Rush of the issues publication. Later Fuller said he contacted the photographer himself Arthur Rackerby whose explanation was that the object was in fact a ufos and not the planet Venus As he had first supposed the planet can be seen in another place in the photo. Rick Erby told Fuller that he had taken seven pictures of the scene and that the object had appeared in two of them in different places but was absent from the others. Of photos of objects generally Fuller said that before any such record can be accepted As authentic a Check of the original negative must be made As Well As a careful Check of such things As the photographers ability and character his knowledge of method and equipment and his degree of interest in ufos. He showed his audience one other Black and White print of an apparent ufos photographed in Pennsylvania. The image shows a disc shaped object from which flares of Light appear to be emerging. Fuller said he had investigated this one and decided a you can to punch holes in at one Point he asked his audience How Many had experienced ufos sightings and some 20 raised their hands. When asked none of these indicated that they were embarrassed to discuss what they had seen. And of the 20 or so original respondents five indicated to Fuller that their sightings had been Low level ones a about two tree tops High a was Fuller s specific phrasing. In an apparent reference to similar polls of other audiences Fuller described All of the responses As Montpelier up a a Barre woman testified in Washington county court Friday that the signature on the Back of a Bank draft for $450 was not her handwriting. Mrs. Lucille Moore said she had never signed the Bank draft made out to her or any insurance release. On trial is rep. Donald g. Milne a Washington. He is charged with eight counts of fraud and forgery in connection with the alleged conversion of client funds to his own use. Three either counts were ordered dropped by judge Rudolph Daley after a conference with attorneys thursday. After fridays testimony the jury was locked up in the Pavilion hotel until the trial resumes at 9 30 . Monday. The Case involves a $13,000 insurance settlement to John Calevro of Bostons Roxbury Section from the Hartford insurance group a $450 insurance settlement to mrs. Moore from the american Fidelity co. And the alleged embezzlement of $229 in a divorce Case involving commissioner seeks closer Public ties happiness is. 9 great channels of family entertainment on the Cable dial 2-9395 better to. Inc. Of Bennington 317 main Street Montpelier up a the fish and game Board has authorized commissioner Edward Kehoe to conduct a study to determine of his department should be brought closer to the people. Kehoe said this week such a program would involve setting up five regional offices staffed by clerical workers biologists maintenance men and game wardens. Currently biologists and maintenance men work out of Montpelier while game wardens Are on 24-hour Call from their Homes and their wives usually do the clerical work free of charge. Kehoe said that by creating several regional offices at strategic Points in Vermont the people interested in fish and game could easily visit them. The Board has also authorized construction of a new Laboratory in Roxbury at the department s fish hatchery site. Kehoe said the Structure will be about 1,700 Square feet and will House several offices for biologists experimental facilities storage locks and freezers. Astronomy notes the Well known sumerian name for gemini was Mas Tab a Gal Gal a the Constellation of the great the Bright stars in the foot of the twins is Athena which is arabic for a the Brand there Are three fainter stars in the body at the figure of gemini. They Are Meb Suta arabic for a the outstretched Paw of the lion Quot and Merbuda which the arabs Call a the folded Paw of the lion Quot and props which came from Ptolemy which is greek for a the projecting mrs. Joyce Bragg Green of Morrisville. Mrs. Moore said she had asked for $1,600 in damages As a result of a fall in Barre and added that Milne told her he would try to get it for her. Later she said Milne told her he could Settle the Case for $450. States atty. John Bernasconi entered the signed Check As evidence and mrs. Moore said the signature Wasny to hers. The Check had been endorsed a Donald Milne and Lucille under Cross examination by defense atty. Robert Grussing of Brattleboro mrs. Moore said that Milne had Given her $55 in Cash and $65 in checks prior to the settlement. In testimony thursday two Barre insurance adjusters told the Washington county court jury How they authorized the issuance of drafts for $13,000 and $450 intended for clients of Milne. Lawrence Bacon adjuster for the Hartford group identified the original draft for $13,000and explained How he Drew it up for Milne. And Michael Tarquinio of Barre an adjuster for the american Fidelity life insurance co. Also identified the $450 draft. Defense atty. A. Luke Cruspe objected to the use of the drafts As evidence but Daley allowed them to be entered. I Ilion Board authorizes tax Bills the it. Anthony Union school Board thursday authorized its treasurer to Send Bills of assessment to the treasurers of the six member school districts. The action followed voter approval this week of a $1.2 million operating budget for 1966-1967. The Board agreed that a covering letter from supt. Howard f. Kelley should be sent with the Bills requesting payments As close to nov. I As possible. Mrs. Edward Weir the funeral of mrs. Edward Weir the former Margaret Harvey who died suddenly tuesday afternoon at her Home at 165 South Branch St., was held Friday morning from the Mahac amp son funeral Home followed by \ requiem High mass at St. Francis de sales Church offered by msgr. Francis b. Flannigan pastor. Thursday night the Rev. Richard Mcgowan led relatives friends members of the altar Rosary society and court St. Andrew cd in the recitation of the Rosary. Mrs. Elizabeth Groenewegen mrs. Margaret poll Erin mrs. Rena Riley and mrs. Ann Voss of the Rosary altar society and mrs. Agnes Bronson mrs. Margaret Ryan mrs. Patricia per Rotta and mrs. Catherine Deery of court St. Andrew were honorary bearers. Bearers were Jerry Keough Robert Olson Thomas Peter and Charles Harvey. Burial was in Park Lawn cemetery where msgr. Flanagan offered committal prayers. Friends and relatives from Interlaken n.j., Worcester mass., Troy and Albany ., Brookfield Arlington and North Bennington attended the services and there were also present delegations from Dodge fibres corp. Of Hoosick Falls ., and Union Carbide consumer products co. Or. And mrs. Neeson Payne couple graduated in 1915 meet again Are married North Bennington a it sounds improbable they were both graduated in 1915fromtroy conference Academy in Poultney which in 1936 became Green Mountain College. And they never met again until May 1965, when they attended the 50th reunion of their class. Yet that a the Way Nelson Payne of North Bennington came to be married last october to Florence w Illiams discussion set the gop on its deathbed Williamstown mass. A James Macgregor Burns chairman of the political science department and Robert h. Gui More 68, president of the Young republicans of Williams Rouege will discuss a the gop on its deathbed Here wednesday. They will present their views on the future of the Republican party in 3 Griffin at 7 30 . Roger Griffith resigns from Barre paper Barre up a Roger m. Griffith 46, managing editor of the Barre times Argus has resigned to assume the position of science writer in the Public relations office of the University of Vermont. Lawrence Van Benthuysen Public relations director of the school said Griffith Friday will be recommended to the University a Board of trustees to fill the vacancy left by the resignation of Curt Norris. Griffith a former reporter and assistant City editor of the Burlington free press also was a reporter for the Boston Herald. He has been managing editor of the Barre newspaper since december 1959. He is a graduate of Middlebury College. He is also a graduate of Burr and Burton Seminary in Manchester and is the son of mrs. William a. Griffith of Manchester. Professor Burns is the author of a presidential government a a deadlock of democracy a a Roosevelt the lion and the Fox a and a John f. Kennedy a presidential he ran for Congress in 1958 on the democratic ticket. Gilmore a Sophomore is an assistant and speech writer for rep. James c. Cleveland . And for senatorial candidate w Illiam r. Johnson of new Hampshire. The discussion is sponsored by the Young republicans of we Llams College. The Public is invited. Physicist Speaks monday at College prof. Fay Ajzenberg Selove of the department of physics at Haverford College jul present a lecture monday at 8 . In barn i at Bennington College. Prof. Selove whose lecture will be concerned with a order and disorder in elementary particles a is the second speaker in the Public science series. Evans Lyons of Syracuse Married by the Rev. Alfred Scott the couple have since been living happily in a new Home on Bank Street. Nelson Payne Village clerk for 30 years recalls that his wife was valedictorian of their class. And mrs. Payne recalls humorously that her husband was not the class salutatorian a although he was not at the Bottom of the class either she adds. Or. Payne explains that after the 50th reunion he heard that she was visiting in Dorset and promptly got in touch with her there. The couple discovered a we had a lot in common and enjoyed each others company a whereupon or. Payne began courting in Earnest. Wedding announcements they never sent any out but thought the present article might yet serve the purpose. Accident investigated Bennington Village police investigated a two car Accident shortly after 6 30 . Friday on main Street opposite the Wilson Ford garage. Police said the Accident occurred when an eastbound car operated by James come of 48 pageant St. Stopped on the Highway and another car operated by William m. Hathaway of 114 Burgess re. Was unable to Stop in time. Damage to the Lead car a mounted to a scratched fender and a broken tall Light while the Hathaway vehicle sustained damage to Grille Hood right front fender and a headlight. Manchester woman elected Rebekah grand chaplain f it Iai cd for new pm c in Pac opening soon in n Orth Bennington Manchester a a local woman has been elected a state officer of the Rebekah at the an Nual meeting of the grand Lodge of Vermont roof and Rebekah assemblies now in a three Day convention Here. Mrs. Elizabeth Johnson was elected grand chaplain at ceremonies Friday afternoon at the Equinox House. Other new grand officers for the Rebekah Are mrs. Ann Jenne of Redding president mrs. Gladys Whit of Hyde Park vice president mrs. Katherine White of Williamstown warder mrs. Loretta Bebee of St. Albans Secretary miss s. Frances Goodale of Burlington treasurer mrs. Alice Brainard of Derby inside guardian mrs. Barbara Hyslop of Ludlow outside guardian past president mrs. June Dumas of Windsor installing officer mrs. Cara Howes of Waterbury in known for values 210 North Bennington re. Bennington Vermont now. Up to 2 years to pay Ria for All purchases no Money Down stalling marshal mrs. Rachel Bartlett of Island Pond installing musician mrs. Edna Williamson of Springfield installing chaplain. The convention ends this afternoon following the election of officers of the roof. Presiding Over this years meeting is grand master Nathan Kamber of Manchester. Seiv Chicago school head helped Here or. James Redmond who received National attention this week when he was appointed superintendent of schools for Chicago was one of a team of three educators who performed an important service to the it. Ary Thony Union school Board in 1962. Now the highest paid Public school official in the United states Redmond helped translate educational ideas of the Union school Board into a Book of specifications which in turn were used by architects in the planning of the new Union school. Redmond performed the service As a representative of the new York firm of Booz Allen Hamilton. Madkour scentral Market open sunday 8 to i ill Dite of set Ltd to Vine the Bennington Banner telephones business. .442-6300 newsroom. .442-2800 advertising. .442-2684 the Bennington Banner is published Dally except sunday and Legal holidays at 425 main St., Bennington vt., 15201 by the Banner publishing corporation. Members of United press International which is entitled exclusively to use Tor republication of All local news printed in this newspaper As Well As All up news dispatches. Home delivery by Carrier and motor delivery Ioc per Day subscription rates by mall Tor 50-mlle radius and All Vermont 3 months $6.30, 6 months $11.70, i year $22.50 elsewhere in the . 3 months $7.00 6 months $13.00 i year $25.00 second class postage paid at Bennington it. 05201 an Auto loan can Start the wheels rolling. Towards a Sweet 66 whether you re set on a sleek new �?T66 or a better used car you should steer first to our loan department. We plan the loan especially to your needs. Come in today everybody benefits from our full banking services the Vermont Bank and Trust company misos fills Cristi ii a Nill Oro iry Urr Urr a a Tor Rar Cristti a i Iii fitful attorn a Lintel court Titioka f Enrik 0,1 Kop ii in

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