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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - November 23, 1965, Bennington, Vermont 2-Bennington Banner tuesday november 23, 1965 enforcement around Vermont Farewell party planned for Princess contract awarded Burlington be Burlington up a the . Army weapons command at Rock Island ii has awarded an $8,952,250 contract to general electric co. For production of an improved 20-millimeter Vulcan gun pod. The work will be done at gets Plant Here. Increased safeguards promised Montpelier up a state Public service commissioner Ernest w. Gibson Iii says the recent Northeast Power failure will result in a increased safeguards to protect Power systems. The commissioner who is president of the new England utilities commissioners conference said monday he still favors inter ties with other Power systems but safeguards Are needed to prevent a recurrence of the blackout. Gibson said that former vermonter Charles Ross a member of the Federal Power commission also backs the inter tie concept. Gibson and Ross met recently in 3oston during a conference meeting called to discuss the Power outage. Conference on pollution Burlington a conference to be held Here nov. 30-dec. I announced monday by the Public health service in Washington will consider complaints that pollution originating at Ticonderoga ., is disturbing the Shoreham area. Gov. Philip a Hoff requested the conference in connection with pollution he says comes from the International paper co. Mill at Ticonderoga. Board considers kindergarten Springfield a the school Board which has been considering the possibility of creating a Public kindergarten is continuing to weigh other alternatives following a conference with Henry Kite director of the summer head Start project who does not think a Public kindergarten run by the Public schools would be Able to effectively Deal with the More serious problems his project is designed to Cope with. Com Ryoei ves Federal Grant Montpelier a approval of a Federal Grant of $294,741 to the University of Vermont toward construction of a life science building due to Cost $2,389,150 was announced monday in Washington by the Vermont congressional delegation. Construction is scheduled to begin on the three floor Structure in january with completion scheduled for september 1967. Shouts self tracking Bear South Reading a Alfred l. Duquette 25, of Springfield accidentally shot himself in the knee Here sunday according to state police when he tripped Over a piece of barbed wire while tracking a Bear. According to the police Duquette was crossing a Stone Wall topped with the barbed wire when the Accident occurred. He apparently fell on his Rifle which discharged and the Bullet hit both Bones in his right leg just below the knee. Descendants re elect governor South Royalton a mrs. Harold e. Slack has been reelected governor of the Vermont society of Mayflower descendants. She was named at the annual meeting in Montpelier addressed by sen. Graham Newell of St. Johnsbury president of the Vermont historical society who spoke on Vermont s role in the history of the nation. Over in new York state vicars meals tax Puzzle Albany a the state tax department has made another clarification of sales tax procedure. Tax commissioner Joseph h. Murphy said monday that the tax does not apply to group checks for meals Over $1 As Long As each individual charge is less than $1. The two per cent sales tax does not apply to meals costing under $1. Lofkowitz wants another term Albany a attorney general Louis k. Lefkowtz cast his hat into the ring yesterday by announcing that he will seek reelection in 1966. The announcement by Lefkowtz countered reports that gov. Rockefeller intended to seek new running mates in the next election. Rockefeller had previously stated that he intends to have Lefkowtz and it. Gov. Malcolm Wilson on the ticket in �?T66. Budget l ight. Says county Board Troy a the Rensselaer county Board of supervisors will hold a Public meeting at 7 30 tonight to examine the tentative county in Edget calling for $11,665,986.87 in general fund appropriations. The Board is expected to support the budget in general but will seek to abolish an $18,000-a-year directors Post in the mental health clinic. The Board is also reported to be critical of two $7,200 typists positions. In other areas however the Board considers the budget a Cut to the Down in Berkshire legislation to protect Greylock Adams a the it. Greylock protective association plans to introduce another Bill in the legislature this week aimed at abolishing the Tramway authority and its plans for developing it. Greylock William Tague association president said monday. Tague said the associations Bill will be marked for action during the 1966 session. Consultant explains school Pittsfield a consultant John e. Marshall explained and defended the educational specifications for the proposed 1250 Pupil school in a joint session of the High school building commission mayor Del Callo and the school committee monday night. No Cost estimate for the proposed new Structure has been made specific but Marshall believes that it will be a total of nearly $5 million if the new facility is built to last 15 or More years with an eventual capacity of 1500 students. Art exhibition opens monday Williamstown a opening monday at the Williams College museum of Art and remaining on View until dec. 15 Are exhibitions of paintings and drawings by Joseph m. Wood Iii of the College Art department and a photographic exhibit a the direct approach a Lent by the George Eastman House Rochester Family ski area anticipated North Adams a a family ski and sliding area probably will be in operation this Winter at the Hill in front of Brayton school the chairman of the Park and recreation commission said monday. A Small portable rope Tow will be installed As Well a a uhf for no Ahi Klino a no Chhonn a a a a a i 1 1 Tornado the car that inspired every �?T66 Oldsmobile Oldsmobile new one of a kind Tornado is howling Mem Over highest Rumor from the Day it a introduced including motor trends coveted a Ca r of to h e y Ca r a a re Quot Why All the plaudits inspired mint fresh styling for one hint inspired handling with ride Stab Lhing front wheel drive inspired performance from a Tornado rocket v-8. Hat a thurs. Draft free ventilation. Concealed headlamps. See your Olds dealer. Oil la find All the rest of the new to get it Oldsmobile Are Tornado inspired too look to Olds for emf new of of 7 / r \7 in 66 Oldsmobile in a rim Arf. It in Star Thurber garage inc., Bennington Vermont Hazleton Iowa up a Little Amish children succeeding where their parents failed turned Back the Power of the state with a hymn and remained free today to attend their simple rustic country schools. County school officials consented to a temporary moratorium on their efforts to Force the children into Public schools their families consider to be a too after a schoolhouse showdown Here in which the singing children thwarted county authorities gov. Harold e. Hughes stepped into the three year controversy monday and announced the truce. It was the children themselves who made the Day. County school officials bolstered by a truancy officer and sheriffs deputies pushed their Way into a one room Amish schoolhouse monday in an attempt to haul the children off to Public school. Sought of car Purchase tax Montpelier up a state motor vehicle commissioner James Malloy says his department is going to Start checking into Back automobile Transfer and registration records with an Eye to adding $200,000 to the state Treasury. The commissioner maintains that Many vermonters have been escaping payment of the states 3 per cent tax on new and used car purchases and that Many thousands of records of sales and transfers have not been checked for the past four years. The motor vehicle department is going to add four temporary staffers to the payroll just to go Over the records and Send out unpaid notices. The commissioner said that anyone who Hasni to paid has 20 Days to come across or lose their Driver s License. Malloy is expected to ask for legislation making the tax payable at the time of Purchase. Buyers now have five Days from the time of Purchase to Send in the Money. Girl 8, escapes kidnapper phones her father for help Bastrop la. Up a a i want to come it was Nancy peanuts Keller 8, speaking Over the Telephone to her daddy. Her words lifted the fear and anxiety from this Northeast Louisiana Piney Woods town and brought shouts of Joy and tears of gratitude. Nancy escaped from an attic where she had been imprisoned by a kidnapper almost 24 hours and raced across the Street to Telephone in a Plant Nursery. Her father or. Douglas Keller 33, tears streaming Down his face went to pick her up and rushed her to her frantic Mother. The child was unharmed. Police arrested Douglas c. Emerych 18, who lived in the House where the child was kept. He was picked up about a mile from the House. Nancy was to be taken today to Monroe la., to determine whether she could identify Emerich As her Abductor. Nancy a Telephone message ended a search by 125 Federal state Parish and local officers and hundreds of volunteers and touched off a Celebration in this paper Mill town of 15,000. The child was picked up and Flung into a car by a Young Man As she and Connie Spear 7, waited in front of the Keller Home about dusk sunday waiting to be taken to evening services at the first Baptist Church. Nancy was Calm describing what took place Between sunday night and monday afternoon. Singer allowed time to kick drug habit Boston up a Singer Ray Charles has been allowed by a . District court judge Here to remain free for one year while attempting to rid himself of the narcotic drug habit. The Blind blues Singer pleaded guilty monday to a charge of illegal Possession of marijuana. His attorney told the court the 34-year-old entertainer was voluntarily undergoing treatment at a California Hospital and had not taken any narcotics for the past six months. Charles was arrested Here More than a year ago when he flew in from Canada for a concert. He was later indicted on a charge of illegal Possession of marijuana. He pleaded innocent in March. Judge George c. Sweeney deferred sentencing for a year and allowed Charles to remain free in $1,000 personal recognizance. He stipulated however that Charles May be ordered to report to Boston at any time for examination by court appointed physicians. The los Angeles resident was arrested oct. 31, 1964 at Logan Airport where customs agents said hey found a Small Quantity of heroin and marijuana a hypodermic Needle and a Medicine Dropper in his Possession. She said she was allowed to sleep in a bed sunday night provided she remain quiet but spent most of monday bound and gagged in a bathroom Cabinet. About noon her kidnapper removed her Bonds and locked her in the attic. Tie Little girl a Champion swimmer among children her age in Bastrop did not take a locked door for granted. She scrambled through a window and to the ground and ran for the nearest Telephone. Scientists take closer look at Moon Bedford mass. Upit is the Man in the Moon getting fat scientists from the air Force Cambridge research Laboratory Here and the Lockheed California co. Will take a look at the Moon today to see if it is getting Paunchy. Several reports have maintained that the Moon is a bit buggy at the Midriff and the scientists went to Thailand for a close look. Thailand was chosen because of its excellent Vantage Point for an annular eclipse a during which the Moon does not completely occlude the Sun. With the Moon outlined against the Sun they Hope to study the reported three mile bulge which first were reported in eclipses of 1962 and then in 1963. They will study the Moon with cameras telescopes mirrors radio equipment and chronometers. Data will be collected on tape for study later. What s a necessity Manhattan Kan. Up a some things americans regard As necessities for a Happy life really Arentt necessary says a Fulbright scholar Home after a year in Vienna. A most european students done to have nearly As much Money As american students and few of them drive cars a says miss Jean Sloop a music professor at Kansas state University. The Bennington Bannek telephones business. .442-6300 newsroom. .442-2800 advertising. .442-2684 the Bennington Banner is pub shed Dally except sunday and Legal holidays at 425 main St., Bennington vt., 05201 by the Banner publishing corporation. Members of United press International which is enu led 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 108 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 a 3 months $7.00 6 months $13.00 i year $25.00 second class postage paid at Bennington it. 05201 motor trend Magazine Rames Oldsmobile Tornado car of the year notice the Candle Mill will be closed All Day on thanksgiving Day. We will reopen Friday morning As usual. Stu Candle Mill test Arlington Vermont daily 9-3 sundays 1-3 $410 4/5 you deserve the gentle taste the gentle taste in whiskey is the exclusive taste of Bellows partners Choice. Gentle because its a private blending of the lightest top line whiskers distilled smoothed out with oui prime Grain Neutral spirits. Amish where new York up a Britain a Perky Princess Margaret and her husband lord Snowdon bid Farewell to new York tonight with one last sampling of americana a pot Luck supper. But the late evening repast will be served in the Kitchen of one of Manhattan a most famous gourmet palaces the royally priced four seasons restaurant. More than 200 guests were expected to join the visiting Royal couple in passing through the gleaming Kitchen each selecting their supper Buffet fashion. Following the dinner and dance the Snowdon will return to the Long Island estate of John Hay Whitney where they will stay until they leave wednesday afternoon for Kennedy Airport from which they depart the United states. Children succeed thanksgiving special 145 Piee dinnerware set service for 8 including 8 to plates 8 cups 8 saucers 8 soup cereals 8 bread a Butters a covered sugar a Creamer a Platter a vegetable dish 8 knives 8 Forks 8 Teaspoons 8 soup spoons a sugar Shell a butter knife 2 serving spoons 8 ice drink glasses 8 water gamblers 8 fruit juices 24 coasters 8 sippers 8 stirrers la Al $34.95 $1.30 weekly Fienberg 447 main St. Bennington it. Bello. Co a not n 1 grim a of a proof had a rough Day parents failed a Barrier of bearded Stern the county contends the faced Amish men broke in the Amish must either hire acre path of the county authorities died teachers with College then As the parents stood by training or Send their children sobbing the authorities and to Public schools Vance on the children. The children screamed and started to chant the sunday school hymn a Jesus loves the authorities retreated. The Amish a sect of Anabaptist lineage who travel by horse drawn carriages consider Public schools a too worldly Quot for their simple Way of life. They contend their children get All the schooling they need in the Amish school staffed by Amish teachers with eighth Grade educations. New Field Hollywood up a Mem to will move into the animated cartoon Field with two new series for next year a Goldie lox and the three Yanhs Quot and a the invisible

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