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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - May 27, 1966, Bennington, Vermont 2-Bnnington Banner Friday May 27, 1966 around Vermont Monument on place mat Montpelier a a milk and Vermont equals vitality and enjoyment a is the theme this year for june is Dairy month in Vermont sponsored jointly by june is Dairy month inc., and the greater Vermont association. Two Hundred and fifty thousand place Mats have been made up and Are being distributed to county farm groups hotels motels and restaurants covering the entire state. The place mat emphasizes and locates on a map 12 of Vermont s historic Sites. Included Are the Bennington Battle Monument Hubbardton Battlefield Morgan horse farm in Weybridge Shelburne museum Hyde log Cabin in grand Isle president Chester a. Arthurs Birthplace in Fairfield Fairbanks museum of natural science in St. Johnsbury the state House in Montpelier Joseph Smith Monument in Sharon president Calvin Coolidge a Homestead in Plymouth Constitution House in Windsor and fort Dummer in Brattleboro. Also included Are two old Vermont recipes for Indian pudding Vermont style and Vermont Corn chowder. 84.1 million Tor medical Center Barre Chi a Columbia construction co. Of Malden mass., submitted an apparent Low old of $4.1 million for construction of the proposed Central Vermont medical Center in Berlin. The Center is planned to replace both Barre City Hospital and Heaton Hospital in Montpelier. It is scheduled for completion by december 1967. A spokesman for directors of the medical Center said thursday columbian a bid was the lowest of six received but was $400,-000 higher than construction estimates. Tile spokesman said it was hoped the bid could be negotiated so construction could proceed on schedule. I in fact finding Board named Montpelier up a a three Man fact finding Board has been ask lated by the Vermont supreme court to take testimony in the disbarment proceedings against rep. Donald Milne a Washington. Named thursday to the Board were Charles Ryan of Rutland As chairman John Whelan of Warlington and Frederick Reed of Montpelier. They will gather facts on the disbarment presentment from atty. Gen. John Connarn a office. Milen convicted last week on seven counts at fraud and forgery is free on $10,000 Bond. The fact finding Board is expected to make a report to the High court when the june term opens pm june 6. Cardinal Cushing to pay tribute to for. I not Iii Dom edit claims i to Montpelier up a the department of employment Security reported today that unemployment insurance claims last week continued to drop for the Lith straight week. A total of 1,978 claims were filed some 761 below 1965 s corresponding week. The a state s insured unemployment rate declined to 2.1 per cent of average covered employment compared with 3.0 per cent last year. New unemployment for the week stood at 222. Workers in four industries accounted for nearly two thirds of the claims. Significant changes in unemployment were an 11.5 per cent gain in the White River Junction area and a decline of 10.2 per cent in the Bennington area. Over in new York Dawson guilty Oil two counts Albany a former democratic chairman William j. Dawson of Cohoes was found guilty on two of three counts of income tax evasion in . District court Here thursday night. Conviction on each count can carry a possible penalty of a Fine of not More than $10,000, or imprisonment of not More than five years or both together with costs of prosecution. Federal judge Edmund port deferred sentencing pending pre sentence investigation. Dawson was tried on a three count indictment that charged failure to pay $68,415 in taxes on unreported taxable income of $132,032 from 1959 1961. All three counts charged a wilful attempt to evade and defeat a Large part of the income tax due by filing and causing to be filed a false and fraudulent joint income tax return during the three years. It was the first tax evasion trial in . District court Here in More than six years. Eagle Bridge Olith wins Honor Eagle Bridge a Allan Brown son of or. And mrs. Floyd Brown of this Community has been selected for the highest Honor for a boy in the Junior Classy Cambridge Central school. The youth will attend american legion boys state june 26-july 2 at state University of new York agricultural and technical College at Morrisville. He is sponsored by capt. Maxon Post american legion. Arts denier president named Saratoga Springs a officials of the Saratoga performing arts Center today announced the election of Gene Robb to the position of president of the Board of directors. Robb publisher of Albany s two newspapers the times Union and Knickerbocker news recently completed a two year term As president of the american newspaper publishers association. He is a director of the Hearst corporation and of the associated press. For the past two years he has served As a pulitzer prize juror. Dona in Berkshire Molt estate is filed Pittsfield up a Newcomb Mott american tourist who died under mysterious circumstances while in route to a russian prison Camp left an estate of $4,578 including a $282 plane ticket for his return flight to the United states. He also left a $2,574 checking account in a Canaan Conn. Bank a $1-365 savings account Ina Pittsfield Bank and $230 in Bank of America travellers checks $50 in Cash a portable typewriter Worth $25 and a 1950 Sedan valued at $50, according to an administrator s inventory filed thursday in probate court. Mott 27, died Jan. 20 while on a train going from Moscow to a soviet labor Camp. Motto a parents Are or. And mrs. Howard Mott of Sheffield. New Cabinet level lost proposed North Adams a atty. Gen. Edward w. Brooke today said that the Federal government should create a new Cabinet level Post for a department of education in order to Cope with the nation s growing educational problems. He spoke at the annual North Adams state College Cap and gown ceremony. He proposed that an under Secretary from the newly formed department of education work with the state department to help re direct some foreign Aid for educational materials books teacher training and classroom facilities. Fire Burns on Potter Mountain Lanesboro a an unchecked fire burned Over about to acres at the top of Potter Mountain thursday night. At to . The fire wardens had not been Able to pinpoint the burning Point. The Mountain ii partly in Pittsfield and Hancock As Well As in Lanesboro. Hull mass. Up a Richard Cardinal Cushing tired and quite obviously not feeling too Well said thursday night he plans to enter a Boston Hospital monday for a physical checkup. The 70-year-old archbishop of Boston said however he is entering the Hospital on the understanding he will be Able to travel to Detroit in two weeks to pay tribute to Rev. Charles e. Coughlin of Royal Oak mich., the controversial a radio priest of the 1930s. The prelate disclosed his plans thursday night at the 14th annual dinner of the South Shore Charity Guild. He spoke for about 20 minutes to some 1,200 Coughlin guests who honoured the Cardinal on the 45th anniversary of his ordination As a priest. Cardinal Cushing who Lias known for. Coughlin More than 30 years said he had been invited to be the principal speaker june 9 at the Celebration of for. Coughlin a 50th ordination anniversary. For. Coughlin an outspoken critic of president Franklin d. Roosevelt lad a radio following of More than 30 million people in the depression years. Cardinal Cushing in and out of hospitals for the past two years underwent surgery in october for removal of a non malignant tumor a the size of your vow auxiliary officers a shown after their installation saturday night at the club rooms of Harned Fowler Post 6471, vow in Manchester Are new officers of the vow auxiliary. Second from right is mrs. Jacalyn Hall auxiliary president at her left is mrs. Marion Hennings mrs. Halls Mother who was the installing officer. From left front Row Are mrs. Charles a. Hosley conduct Ress mrs. Robert h. Mitchell Junior vice president mrs. Mary Kent senior vice president mrs. Ethel m. Bowen Secretary and outgoing president and mrs. John West trustee. Back Row from left mrs. Augusta Forrest chaplain mrs. Dorothy sessions patriotic instructor mrs. Marion Tudor color bearer mrs. Betty Jones treasurer mrs. Anna Kent guard and mrs. Ellen Jennings historian. Ringheiser korean w a defector leaves red China admits volunteering for Cong broadcasts Hong Kong up a korean War turncoat Clarence c. Adams admitted today that he a a volunteered to tape radio broadcasts for the communist Viet Cong aimed at encouraging the american negro soldiers in Viet Nam to Stop fighting. Told them that they were fighting the wrong War a said the 37 year old negro from Memphis Tenn. A they should be fighting for Adams who arrived Here thursday from communist China told newsmen about making political propaganda broadcasts for the communists and discussed other aspects of his 16-year stay behind the Bamboo curtain. A i did the tape recordings for the National liberation front a Adams said in response to questions about a communist report that he had made the anti american broadcasts last year for the vietnamese communists. A i appealed mainly to the negro soldiers in Viet Nam a he said. The former . Army sergeant who was captured by the communists in 1950 and defected to the chinese Side at the end of the korean War appeared at a news conference in the foreign correspondents club Here. Adams cooly stated his opposition to . Policy in Viet Nam. He said however he did not intend to join any anti War groups when he returns to the United states with his chinese wife and two children. A a in a gemini 9 set for new attempt at rendezvous and spacewalk c. A fac. Kennedy up a the gemini 9 spaceship has cleared its second a a final series of tests and is set for a new attempt tuesday to carry astronauts Thomas Stafford and Eugene Cernan on a three Day rendezvous and spacewalk adventure. The 109-foot vehicle left waiting on the pad May 17 when its target satellite missed orbit and crashed into the sea zipped through a Day Long series of simulated flight tests thursday without a hitch. At the same time engineers on a nearby launch pad mounted America s first project Surveyor lunar Landing robot on its Atlas Centnar rocket to set new troopers to be on duty j this weekend Montpelier a a available state troopers will be patrolling the state s highways this memorial Day weekend according to commissioner of Public safety . Alexander. The regular Force will be beefed up with the addition of 24 new troopers who graduated wednesday from the Vermont state police training school. Alexander noted that even though the fatality rate is below last year s figure it is climbing. He urged every Motorist to exercise caution Courtesy and common sense in their driving to avoid All possibility of accidents. The stage for Blastoff monday. Both portions of the month ending assault on space Are designed to Advance America s efforts to land men on the Moon this decade Surveyor by students disciplined Boston up a forty three male students at Boston University have been put on disciplinary probation for their role in a food tossing demonstration at a student cafeteria. Disciplinary probation prevents the students from representing the University in inter collegiate activities leadership roles in student organizations and financial Aid. Any further incidents involving the youths could Lead to immediate suspension officials said. Stanton r. Curtis Dean of students said today the youths also must pay for $300 damages when they splattered the cafeteria Walls and furniture in Miles Standish Hall with food. The students had Felt the food was inadequate. He said the action was ordered by the University judicial committee after an investigation of the May 17 incident. The investigation was conducted jointly by students and staff members. The committee which held the demonstration was unjustified made recommendations to had off further food complaints. Montpelier Man named of Vermont Pavilion at expo 67 Montpelier a Charles e. Wiley 37, of Montpelier has been named manager of the Vermont Pavilion for expo 67 to be held next year in Montreal. Development commissioner Elbert g. Moulton said Wiley As a contractual employee will coordinate All activities for Vermont s participation in the six month exhibition which begins april 1967. He will act As Liaison Between the department and the design firm architects contractors and expo officials. During the next few months Wiley will oversee All phases of the project including construction procurement of special materials fabrication of exhibits and All necessary Public relations. He will move onto the site in Montreal next Winter to train All personnel hired to staff the Pavilion. In addition to Wiley Moulton said he expects the staff will include an assistant bilingual information attendants and Security maintenance personnel. Wiley a native of Rutland recently resigned followed 13 years As a systems sales representative for Burroughs corporation. He attended Rutland schools anti Charles e. Wiley was awarded a . Degree in economics from the University of Vermont in 1951. He received an Roth commission As second lieutenant from the University and served two years in the . Army including one year in Europe. Wiley is married and has one daughter. Pioneering a gentle Landing gemini by practising rendezvous Maneu vers needed to get lunar explorers Back Home. If All goes according to the schedule the 2,194-Pound Surveyor will open the cosmic thriller with a launch at 10 38 . Edt monday and a Landing 63 hours and 230,000 Miles later. Gemini 9�?Ts substitute rendezvous satellite is scheduled to follow at la . Edt tuesday by racing toward orbit atop an Atlas Booster similar to one that failed May 17. If it reaches the right orbit Stafford and Cernan will take off in Pursuit at 12 39 . Edt. Stale lout rot of Cable to killed out Boston up a Massachusetts atty. Gen. Edward w. Brooke has ruled the state does not have the constitutional right to set general regulations for Cable Antenna television services cat. Brooke issued a ruling on the matter thursday at the request of the House. The lower Branch is considering a Bill which would place cat in Massachusetts under the jurisdiction of the state department of Public utilities. The attorney general said interpretations of the Federal communications act by the courts indicate Congress intended the Federal Law to cover the entire television broadcasting Field. Brooke added that there is a a close relationship Between cat and regular television broadcasting. A it is my opinion Massachusetts does not have the constitutional authority to impose general regulation upon cat a he said. A rather Congress must exercise regulatory jurisdiction Over Community Brooke said state and local authorities would still have the right to impose regulations a of an incidental nature which would involve no Burden upon interstate he said this would include such things As rules governing the location of poles and cables. Nun England to have Qiliu action Laboratory Washington up a the health education and welfare department hew has chosen new England for one of six regional educational laboratories in the country. Sen. Edmund s. Muskie a Maine announced thursday that hew approved a $168,270 Grant to educational services inc. Of Newton mass., for development of a a Model of an operational educational Laboratory for the Region. The announcement did not say where the Laboratory would be established. Just about fed up with politics a he said. Adams said he had a a volunteered to make two tapes for the liberation front the political of the Viet Cong which has a diplomatic Mission in peking. He said he was not paid for them. He said he did it because a was i understand it the United states is involved in a War in Viet Nam that is not in the interest of the country. Negro soldiers Are fighting for others when they themselves done to enjoy 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 up bushing 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. 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