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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - May 20, 1963, Bennington, Vermont 10-Bennington Banner monday May 20, 1963 Senate to it anti Bias Bill Montpelier apr a bul prohibiting discrimination in employment or labor Union membership will be introduced in the Vermont Senate tuesday. The measure provides a penalty of up to $100 a Day for any employer or Union that refuses a person work or membership on the basis of his race color religion or ancestry. The Bill also provides that no inquiries along this line will be made in Job applications. Finns holding contracts or subcontracts with the state would be covered by the Bill. Sens. Samuel w. Fishman a Addison and John h. Boylan a Essex sponsored the Bill. Boylan s appropriations committee filed its Bill to establish a 9 member legislative Council and the Bill to set up a 9 member Champlain waterway commission. Both Bills have been expected for some time. Under the legislative Council measure nine members of t h e general Assembly would meet at least four times it year to study various problems of state government make recommendations for legislation and keep an Eye on the fidget and state spending. Boylan principal Backer of the Bill has said he thinks the Council would result in Shorter legislative sessions. The Bill makes no provision for participation by the governor in Council affairs. This is in contrast to a Bill sponsored by sen. Frederick j. Fayette a Chittenden which would allow the governor to meet with the Council and make recommendations to it. Boyland a proposal carries an appropriation of $6 5, too a year to finance the come ill a operations. The Champlain waterway commission would act As state agent in dealings with the Federal government Canada the International joint commission or other states in problems concerning the proposed project to connect Lake Champlain with the St. Lawrence Seaway and the oceans of the world. This Bill provides a $10, too appropriation. Bennington briefs thirty members of a ninth Grade civics class from Bennington High school attended a session of Bennington municipal court this morning. The students were accompanied by their teacher George Sleeman. The last duplicate Bridge tournament of the season at it. Anu lofty country club was held Friday night. North South winners were or. And mrs. Daly Rymple first 80 i Points second mrs. Ned Healy and mrs. Raymond Polley 70 Points East West first to mrs. Rosamond Saunders and Robert Clark 70v2 Points second mrs. Philip Walsh and mrs. Clark 69l/2 Points. Vow Post 1332 will hold its regular meeting at 8 . Tuesday. This is the last meeting before the vow department convention in Bennington May 31, june i and 2. A Germany s role in world affairs a will be the topic of an informal talk and question period when or. Philip Schmit Schlegel German Consul at Boston Speaks at the Myca tonight at 8. The Public is Welcome. The Vermont Council on world affairs is sponsoring the event. Miss Catherine Dickie daughter of or. And mrs. Henry h. Dickie of Hoosac school and a graduate of Hoosick Falls Central school in 1962, has recently been elected to Ridge a literary Maga Zine founded at William Smith College in 1908. Two of her poems will appear in the current Issue. Miss Dickie is a freshman at William Smith. The Triangle Home demonstration group of North Bennington will meet May 20 at mrs. Helen Jain a Home. The subject will be a preparations for the office of or. J. H. Manes will be closed this coming thursday May 23 in the evening and All Day Friday. Usual afternoon office hours on saturday May 25, while the doctor is at a medical convention. Adv May 20 the office of or. J. H. Manes will be closed this coming thursday May 23 in the evening and All Day Friday while the doctor is at a medical convention. Usual afternoon office hours on saturday May 25. Adv. May 20 or. Durandis office will be closed on thursday May 23, through sunday May 26. Back on monday As usual. Adv May 20 Reward for lost Small Black French poodle named Dubie has yellow Collar 2 dog tags. . And it. No. 17. Call 442-5364. Adv. May 20 or. W. E. Lagrange is out of town because of the death of his brother. His office will be closed for several Days. Adv. May 20 Manchester to Honor aunt Jennie for three decades of teaching Manchester a one of the towns most Active personalities will be honoured thursday at 8 . In a Community wide gathering at the elementary school gymnasium. Mrs. William a. Griffith a a aunt Jennie to most folks in Manchester a is retiring after some 30 years As music teacher Harte theatre Bennington it. Phone 442-4990 today amp tomorrow eve shows�?6 30 amp 6 40 p it i feature at�?7 01 amp 9 it . The widest screen comedy since Meney went out of stye i us Wmk mum u starts wednesday starring the ugly american Marlon Brando at one time or another in Dorset Danby Arlington and Manchester schools. Everyone in been invited to attend the fete mrs. Griffith was named a woman of the year last fall by the Manchester business and professional women a club. In the citation she was called a one who has a natural love affair with thousands of school children have passed through her hands learning the rudiments of music and Square dancing. She was a founder of the local Pat and has been a state officer. She is a member of numerous organizations from the order of Eastern Star to the Bow. In Manchester she is a Justice of the peace a member of the Board of civil authority and Active in the fire District. She has served on county and state Republican committees. A vice president of the Manchester welfare and nursing association her special project in late years has been the Thrift shop which benefits both townsfolk and the welfare association. Mrs. Griffith is a member of the first congregational Church where she has Long been director of the Junior and senior choirs. Members of the general planning committee for the occasion Are mrs. . Bennett chairman mrs. . Bartlett mrs. Alton Hicks and miss Albina Perry. Wanted inspectors to work in Post race receiving area for the it. Racing commission apply at the commission office Green Mountain Park monday tuesday pricing off every Ite m a i very of it Evi by Dav free delivery terms arranged Haynes amp Kane inc. 434 main Street Bennington it. Troy methodist unit is Laining Parley on How to get ministers identifies dead husband mrs. William c. Miller Falls to her Knees in grief after identifying her husband one of 27 farm workers who drowned saturday when a bus returning to town plunged into a canal after colliding with a pickup truck. She and a son William Miller,jr., 15, also were aboard the bus but managed to escape. The bodies were brought to the National guard armory in Belle Glade on the Southern Edge of Lake Okeechobee in Southeast Florida. A photo Bennington area obituaries funeral mrs. Antonio Guetti mrs. Antonio Guettl 78, the former Josephine Forman and a native of Austria died at Putnam memorial Hospital sunday night. She had been a patient at Spurrell nursing Home for three years. She was married in Readsboro to or. Guetti. They had resided in Athol mass. For about 12 years before coming to South Shaftsbury where or. Guetti had operated a farm for some years. He died in 1954 and mrs. Guetti had made her Home in the Bennington area. Born March 29,1885, she came to tills country at an Early age. She was a member of St. Francis de sales Church. Of la sons and one daughter born to the Luettis five sons survive Reno of North Bennington Louis of Erving mass. Joseph and Charles of Bennington and Henry of Rensselaer . Twenty two grandchildren and seven great grandchildren Are left and one Niece mrs. Joseph Prandini of Bennington. The funeral will beat 8 30a.m. Wednesday with a prayer at Mahar amp son funeral Home followed by a requiem High mass at 9 in St. Francis de sales Church. Burial will be in the family lot in our lady of immaculate cemetery in Athol. Friends May Call at the funeral Home from 7 to 9 tonight and from 2 . To 4 . And 7 . To 9 . Tuesday when the family will be in attendance. Recitation of the Rosary will be at 8 . Tuesday. Georgi a Griswold George a. Griswold 83, former resident of Whitingham and Stratton died saturday night at Sourdiffe nursing Home where he had been a patient for two years. Survivors Are four sons Wil Liam a. Of Pennsville Ralph m. Of Nyack . Stanley a. Of Bennington and Kenneth e. Of St. Albans it. Three daughters mrs. Ruby Parsons of Wilmington mrs. Eliza Davis and mrs. Lydia Cleveland of Bennington also several grandchildren and great grandchildren. The funeral will be held tuesday at 2 . At Covey funeral Home in Wilmington. Burial will be in the family lot at Whitingham cemetery. The family will be in attendance from 2 to 4 this afternoon and 7 to 9 this evening at the funeral Home. Hendy Brookman Wendy Ana Brook Nian infant daughter of or. And mrs. Edward Brookman of 5 division place died shortly after birth Friday at Putnam memorial Hospital. Prayer services were held this morning in the baby Section of Park Lawn cemetery. The Rev. Melvin r. Mcgaughey first methodist Church pastor offered prayers. On volition continued from Page o served following each mass in the k of c rooms. Co chairmen in charge of making arrangements for the convention were Harry r. Hurley and James Delong. Heads of special committees were j. Russell Carpenter jr., William Shanahan Leon Boutin Charles Holden Leonard Anzivino Robert Cummings jr., Raymond Leblanc Frank Hoyt George Coutu George Foucher and Joseph Carroll. The convention was the first k of c convention to lie held Here since 1922. Mrs. Agnes Cornell the funeral of mrs. Anges l. Cornell of 206 Gage St., who died May 17 at Putnam memorial Hospital was held sunday afternoon at Hanson Walbridge funeral Chapel. The Rev. H. Glenn Payne first Baptist Church pastor officiated. Bearers were All grandsons Owen and Warren Cornell of Springfield mass. Robert Cornell of St. Johnsbury Kenneth Hathaway of Stillwater . George and Marvin Hathaway of Bennington. Burial was in the family lot in South Shaftsbury cemetery with or. Payne offering prayers. Out of town relatives and friends were included from Ballston spa Stillwater Schenectady North Hoosick . Greenfield Springfield mass. And St. Johnsbury. Corn Moulins \ Huck Llu Yunu Llu trucks Caracas Venezuela apr a command unit operating from inside Cuba attacked a militia Barracks near Havana to Mark cd a a Independence Day sunday an c lie spokesman says. The underground resistance i. Raised an anti Castro Battle Flat before fleeing spokesman Sega Dino Alvarez said. Lake Placid apr the Troy conference of the methodist Church will hold a special one Day meeting oct. 9 to consider ways to supplement the ranks of ministers. The conferences 121st annual meeting was adjourned yesterday after appointment of a new District superintendent and a amp Nln late rial changes. But 18 pastorate were left vacant because of a shortage of ministers. Bishop Lloyd c. Wicke of the new York area announced the appointment of the Rev. Charles d. Schwartz of Scotia As superintendent of the Albany District. He succeeds the Rev. Robert b. Thomas who was assigned to Delmar. The meeting began last wednesday. In saturdays session the conference went on record in support of a encouraging the voluntary abstinence from the use of tobacco by Church members. The conference Friday had voted to urge elimination of a ban on smoking by ministers. Elected trustees of the conference were the Rev. Elmer n. Haley superintendent of the Burlington vt., District the Rev. Winston a. Saunders of Plattsburgh Earle n. Cooper of Nassau and Ernest Van Denburg of Gloversville. The delegates re a elected or. Frederick k. Kirchner of Delmar As conference Lay Leader and Vot High court continued from Page i concept of fair procedures under a totally unrelated Stewart and Harlan said they thought the securities Exchange act removed antitrust liability for a any action taken in Good Faith to effectuate an exchanges statutory duty of self the decision applied specifically to a suit by municipal securities co. And municipal securities co. Inc., engaged in securities business in Dallas Tex. On feb. 12, 1959, the Exchange ordered its members to discontinue their wire connections with the Dallas firms. It also terminated Exchange ticker service with municipal inc. The two firms sued in . District court in new York and won an injunction to the effect that the order constituted a concerted refusal to Deal in violation of the Sherman act. Appealing to the . Circuit court in new York the Exchange won reversal of the District court and a holding that the securities Exchange act of 1934 gave the Exchange antitrust Law immunity. The Dallas firm next appealed to the supreme court. The 1934 act puts on registered securities exchanges the duty of insuring that their members observe a just and equitable principles of Putnam Hospital report sunday. May 19 emissions mrs. Rita Bissonette Hoosick Falls mrs. Shirley Brown Bennington Richard Chapman Wilmington. Discharges mrs. Esther Gates and son mrs. Patricia Watson and son mrs. Florence Kalinowski and Garden club Tours despite the rain continued from Page j mrs. Ferdinand l. Mayer mrs. . Proctor miss Caroline Darlington and mrs. . Welling. Members of the club who assisted on various committees included . Buckley mrs. Kelley Cole mrs. . Hurley mrs. Warren Stow miss Helen Thomas mrs. David a. Campbell mrs. John Leonard mrs. . Parmelee mrs. William h. Williams mrs. George Vansantvoord mrs. Van Vechten b. Graves. Also mrs. . Polley mrs. George Ellis mrs. . Sarcka mrs. . Jennings mrs. . Englehart mrs. Weston Hadden mrs. . Goddard mrs. Douglass Hawks mrs. Frederick j. Beecher mrs. Hall w. Cushman mrs. Thomas Foster miss Gwladys Bowen and mrs. Townsend k. Wellington. Refreshments were served at the museum throughout the Day. Dirt gardeners see play film a play let a conservation Bridge a report on the a keep Vermont Beautiful project and a film a cd onto be a litter bugs featured the regular meeting of the Plain dirt gardeners recently at old Bennington schoolhouse. Mrs. Norton Barber conservation chairmen made the report on the project being sponsored by the group. The fila4s planned for showing in we local schools. Communication with the legislature on the keeping of junk Yards fenced in was also discussed. The player was directed by mrs. Raymond c. Aja. Members participating were mrs. Van Vechten b. Graves mrs. Benjamin Vail mrs. Frederick h. Welling and mrs. Eugene Clark. Daughter mrs. Mary Rowe Bennington master Lance May Wilmington. Saturday. May la admissions Lyle Cherbonneau River Edge . Miss Jennifer Ryan North Bennington. Discharges Albert j. Brissette mrs. Jeanette Jones and son Bennington mrs. Kathryn Eldred and son Wilmington mrs. Barbara Sands Shaftsbury mrs. Patricia mul ready and daughter Hoosick Falls. Friday. May 17 admissions master Lynn Gribbin Manchester Center miss Julie Ballenger Melvin a. Of Brien Bennington. Discharge master Joseph Jones Edward King mrs. Myrtle Brace Bennington mrs. Hilldur Murdock and daughter Jacksonville mrs. Sylvia Barber Shushan . Philip Elgeizer Petersburg. Births or. And mrs. Frederick Watson of North Bennington Road a son on May 16. Or. And mrs. George Thomas of North Pownal Asoo Omay 18. Or. And mrs. Roni e. Cummings or. Of 304 Washington ave., a son on May 18. Or. And mrs. Alfred Hazelton of North Bennington a daughter on May 18. Or. And mrs. Silas Harwood of Cleveland Avenue Shaftsbury a daughter on May 19. Other birth a daughter was Bol at Albany . Hospital on May 14 to or. And mrs. Norman Miller of Albany. The baby a father is a son of or. And mrs. Saul Miller of Jefferson Heights. The new arrival who weighed eight pounds two ounces is the couples third child. Stock averages Dow Jones Bache a co., Albany raining violets despite inclement weather saturday the Bennington Garden club House and Garden tour went on As scheduled. Here mrs. Edward p. Jennings of old Bennington discusses her Garden with rain coated visitors. Eight Homes and gardens were open for the tour in the town of Bennington. Staff photo read noon 30 industrials 20 railroads is utilities composite average sales 2,210,000 721.68-3.13 167.55-.33 140.74-.06 256.69�?.78 cd to hold next years meeting in Albany. The new ministerial assignments Albany District in new York unless otherwise specs Jed Broadalbin Rev. Thor Man b. Beavers from Johnsonville Castleton Rev. Bryson m. Smith from Newport it. Central Bridge Gosvenor Corners and Barnerville Rev. Ola c. Johnson from Mendon it. Fort Johnson and fort Hunter Rev. Clarence c. Winchell from first Church Albany Jonesville and Malta Bridge Rev. Edwin a. Vonder Heide from Central Bridge Malden Bridge and Chatham Center Rev. Victor w. Vincent from Randolph it. Albany Street Church Schenectady Rev. Charles w. Saum from Broadalbin Scotia Rev Orrin f. Ireson or. From Springfield it. Burlington District All in Vermont Brandon Rev. Peter Hanson from Poultney Castleton Federated Rev. W. W. Crawford congregational Supply Danville West Danville Walden and South Walden Rev. Louis n. Guariniello or. From Newark ., conference East Montpelier proposed new Church Rev. R. G. Illingworth Baptist Supply Mendon Rev. Roger Albright congregational Supply Pittsford and Chittenden Rev. Earl h. Anderson of windows smashed rear windows of the s and h trading stamp redemption Center in the Bennington Flats shopping Center were broken during the weekend state police reported this morning. Police Are also investigating reports that windows were broken in other stores in the shopping Center. None of the stores were entered police said. Tupper Lake . Sheffield Federated and Lyndon Center Rev. Axel c. Heath Baptist Supply Vergennes and West Addison Rev. Paul Lefevre approved Supply from Waitsfield. Glens Falls District in new York unless other feb specified Ballston spa Rev. Robert a. Hammond from Pawling Avenue Church Troy fort Ann Federated and West fort Ann Rev. Barton Van Vliet Baptist Supply Greenfield Center Porter Corners and South Corinth Rev. Lloyd s. Van Norden approved Supply from Moretown it. Jay and Wilmington Rev. Charles Baker approved Supply from Moores Moores Moores Forks Scotia Rev. Franklin d. Cruz approved Supply from Gilman and East Concord it. Saratoga Springs Rev. Rodney p. Scoville from Castleton South Wilton Rev. Harry la Brum approved Supply Wilton Rev. Joseph n. Loper approved Supply from fort Edward. Troy Bennington District in new York unless otherwise specified Brattleboro vt., Rev. Vurn Ham h. Waldo from Brandon it. Brownsville and Proctorsville vt., Rev. Gerald Matthews approved Supply Johnsonville Rev. Gordon m. Clark from Mayfield and Bleeker Randolph it. Federated miss Barbara Gardner from new York conference Springfield vt., Rev. Rowland s. Conklin from Ballston spa Troy Pawling Avenue Church Rev. Francis a. Potter from St. Luke a Church Albany Waterford Rev. W. Harold Robinson from Brattleboro it. Watervliet third Avenue Church Rev. Richard l. Sears of Lake Placid Weston and Landgrove vt., Gary l. My Lam student Supply Williamsville vt., Rev. John Mccully Baptist Supply. Municipal court a Man charged with driving under the influence of alcohol was fined $75 rather than the usual $100 in municipal court this morning because he admitted to a state police trooper at Tho Ttoe of his arrest states atty. R. Marshall Witten told the court that he had consumed a Large Quantity of alcohol. A most persons charged with Dpi will Only admit to having drunk two Short Beers a judge George m. Fienberg said before passing sentence. The Man John r. Brillon 25, of North Bennington was arrested after he was involved in an Accident May 5 on Vermont Gia according to Witten. Edward m. Loveland 23, of Shaftsbury was sentenced to 15 Days in the Bennington county jail after he pleaded guilty to driving after his License had been suspended. Judge Fienberg noted that the respondent had a number of convictions for motor vehicle violations on his record. In other arraignments a Richard a. Baugh 18, of Stamford was fined $40.10 after he pleaded no contest to careless and negligent driving. A Richard m. Gottlieb 22, of Amawalk . Was fined $40.10 after pleading no contest to careless and negligent driving. A a plea of guilty was entered by Dennis a. Amidon 28, of Greenfield mass., to a charge that he made a false statement in an application for a Hunting License. Judge Fienberg imposed a Fine of $30.10. A Orville c. Benoit 22, of Adams mass. Pleaded guilty to careless and negligent driving and was fined $40.10. A Robert g. Frost 28, of Manchester depot was released on $100 bail alter he pleaded not guilty to disturbing the peace by destroying the door of a House owned by Gertrude Robertson of Manchester. A Jennie r. Guimond 51, of Willows trailer Park Bennington was released on $25 bail after entering a plea of not guilty to blowing the Horn of her car when it Wasny to necessary for the Sale operation of the vehicle. A Wesley h. Burdick. 29, of Pownal was fined $55.10 on a guilty plea to driving his truck with a heavier Load than is allowed on state highways. Witten said that Burdick had been convicted on the same charge on two previous occasions. Look to Atkins. This week jewellers amp silversmiths 409 main St. Bennington it. Or. Arthur j. Vanderburgh osteopathic physician arum surgeon announces the opening of his office for general practice at 302 main St. In the Agostini office bldg., downstairs office hours by appointment Tel. 442-9538 if##################1########1####1###############1###### menus and boys Short sleeve sport shirts Ivy knits plaids $2.95up Burt Bros. Cube steaks la. Pillsbury flour 25 la. Bac la. 99c s1.69 walkers food Market

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