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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - November 26, 1963, Bennington, Vermont 6�? Bennington Banner tuesday november 28, 1963 teen age obesity seen linked to eating habits Congo expels russians from diplomatic Mission leaves Capitol Flag draped casket of the late president John f. Kennedy is carried on a Black Caisson drawn by a Gray six horse gun team Enro Ute to St. Matthew s Cathedral for funeral service yesterday. A photo Northi Bennington Elizabeth Dwyer 4424919 the villagers Home demonstration club will meet tonight tuesday at 8 at the Library. Mrs. Robert Mcwaters will Lead the meeting on Holiday breads. On thanksgiving eve there is to be a Union protestant service of thanksgiving at the North Bennington Baptist Church. The Rev. Charles Parsley will bring the message a the incognito St. John the Baptist Church Here was filled to capacity monday morning when people of All faiths joined to hear the requiem mass celebrated for our late president John f. Kennedy. Sunday the youth of the North Bennington Baptist Church will be Host to the Shaftsbury association youth Fellowship. Some 75 to too Young people from All Over the association will gather Here for this rally. Hoosick Ada m. Bracer 686-7279 j. Merritt Hayner of Brunswick visited his Cousin mrs. Charles e. Breer monday. Mrs. Harry Cipperly miss Blanche Cipperly mrs. Ralph Griswold and mrs. Paul Cipy it Erly visited mrs. Be nor e Macdonald in South Lancaster mass. Tuesday. Mrs. Philip g. Jenichs of Milford and mrs. William gerling of Albany visited mrs. Harry c. Bratt Friday. Ladies Aid society of the Baptist Church will meet Friday with mrs. Roscoe Pierce. Or. And mrs. Earl Philpott mrs. Roscoe Pierce and miss Florence m. Cloke of North Bennington will spend thanksgiving with or. And mrs. Arthur Burdick in Hudson. We Iii Iii Quot to ii real estate transfers near the Howe and cutting property North of Wilmington. George e. And Dorothy Mae Veillard Fairport . To Frank j. And Gladys o Neill Jackson Heights . Parcel of land on Dover Road. Helen Keeney Morristown ., guardian of Henrietta Kenney to Robert and Nancy Degroot. Mystic Conn., lots at Lake a Ponda. Paul k. And Denise m. Allen Wilmington to Nicholas N. And Margaret k. Harvey Wilmington parcel of land at Lake Laponda. A. Weldon and Margaret j. House Guilford Conn., to Daniel p. And Gail m. Waterman Wilmington property on route 9, East of Wilmington. Franklin n. And Rose Marie Olmstead to Francis d., or. And Hilda minor property on Ray Hill. Dusan and Lucille Plausteiner Meridan Conn. To George w. Urban Stony Brook . Property on Ray Hill. Prentice Strong jr., and Gretchen k. Strong Wilmington to Joan n. Reed Wilmington property on Shearer Hill Road. James and Stella Bryant Naples Fla. To Louis and Elizabeth Panagini Nutley Property on Lake Laponda. Zzz of Jim free am. Hotel Putnam bldg. Bennington it. Colonial shopping Cir. Williamstown mass Wilmington a the following is a partial list of the land transfers recorded at the town clerk s office since july i Herman and Ruby Parsons Wilmington to Richard and Lorraine Parsons Wilmington parcel of land on Shearer Hill Road. Silos Wilmington inc., to Stanley Kurz new York City parcel of land and premises on Stowe Hill Road. Corwin c. Elwell and Flavilla Elwell Bennington to Frederick and Glenna Harvey Arlington vt., parcel of land near end of Castle Hill Road. Russell and Margaret Carrier Wilmington to Merritt and Flora Sumner Wilmington parcel of land on Fairview Avenue. Alfred Mcallister Wilmington to Armond and Agnes Demattia Amityville ., parcel of land on route 9, West of Wilmington. Harry f. Koch Shelburne mass. To James t. And Betty m. Collingwood great Barrington mass. Parcel of land on West Side of Lake Laponda. Olive Snow Ash Mahwah To sit Mark inc., Wilmington parcel of land near East Dover Road. Corwin c. Amp Flavilla Elwell Bennington to Ernest c. And Eleanor s. Sutton Galway ., parcel of land top of Castle Hill Road. Harold e. Howe Wilmington to Kenneth r. Willis East Meadows ., parcel of land on Higley Hill Road. William h. And Jetta Moran Wilmington to Robert And Florence a. Richter Trumbull Conn., parcel of land on Fairview Avenue. David And Janet Wheeler Wilmington to Francine Robinson Wardsboro property on Lisle Hill Road. Norma Streeter Bloss Conshohocken pa., and Elizabeth Streeter East Orange To Thomas Johnston Brattleboro parcel of land located at Laponda Highlands. Homer and Florence Boyd Dalton mass., to Neil h. And Frances r. Boyd Wilmington parcel of land on West main Street. Jesse j. And june e. Parsons Wilmington to Donald e. Levasseur Hinsdale n.h., parcel of land near the Southern Vermont boating club. Dusan and Lucille Plausteiner Meriden Conn. To Paul Deng Ler Forest Hills ., parcel of land on Highley Hill Road. Jesse j. And june e. Parsons Wilmington to Southern Vermont boating club inc., Bennington parcel of land near Ernest Corbett property. Jesse j. And june e. Parsons Wilmington to Ralph o. Mavilla Bennington vt., parcel of land near boating club. Edna s. Moody Douglastown ., to Alfred Mcallister Wilmington parcel of land on route 9, West of Wilmington. Clarence And Lettie Sage Wilmington to Roy e. And Constance Bickford Wilmington property on Dover Wilmington Highway. Ole Antonsen Wilmington to Richard m. And Elaine s. Bosser Wilmington parcel of land Joost Dankelman Hemstead Holland to Jan Van Duin Rotterdam Holland property on route 9 West of Arlington. New England Box co., Greenfield mass., to Raymond s. And Dorothy s. Shippee Wilmington parcel of land near the former Box company in Wilmington. Harold b., Rene a. And Henry h. Wheeler Wilmington to Charles c. And Cleora Griggs Fairfield Conn., property located near the North Branch of Deerfield River. Manchester Nano ohs j 621044 Turkey 18 to 22 33< super duper depot St. Bennington it. Atty. James Campbell As chairman of the zoning commission will conduct the first Public hearing of a zoning ordinance tonight in the auditorium of the elementary school. The meeting will begin at 8. The Board of trustees of the greater Manchester area chamber of Commerce has urged All citizens of the town to attend. It feels that what the town does and How it votes on the Issue will have a definite effect on the future of the area. A spokesman for the chamber said this weekend that a it is Only through a thorough understanding of the plans for this much needed zoning program that we can All intelligently decide How the Issue will be resolved at the polls in or. And mrs. Lionel Dulac Are planning a Long vacation trip to the West coast. They will leave dec. 2 for visits with their daughter and son in Law or. And mrs. Van Purdy in Portland ore., and with their son and daughter in Law or. And mrs. Dalton Dulac in Seattle Wash. The Dulac who Are travelling by train will return to Manchester Jan. La. Benjamin and Stephen Johnson Are patients at Rutland Hospital. Discharged sunday was Jeffrey Robinson. Lyle Charbonneau of new York City has been visiting his Mother mrs. Elizabeth Charbonneau for several Days. While in Manchester he has been doing some Deer Hunting. Or. And mrs. Perry Bushee of Manchester depot who have been in new York All summer Are visiting his Mother mrs. Joseph Bushee. They will return to new York before going to Pompano Beach Fla. Over too attended a special service honouring the late president John f. Kennedy at the first congregational Church monday afternoon at 2. Delegations from the american legion posts of Dorset and Manchester attended in a body. The Rev. . Nickerson officiated. Manchester legion loan equipment Manchester a Post 38, american legion has announced Possession of new emergency equipment which will be available for loan to anyone in Manchester who applies. The new equipment includes a Hospital bed two wheel chairs and a pair of crutches. These Are the property of the local Post As the result of a recent Magazine Campaign conducted in the name of the american legion. Post 38 has voted a sizeable donation to the gifts for yanks program at the a Hospital in White River Junction and also a donation to the Hospital fund there. The legionnaires also expressed concern for the son of commander Rutherford m. Van Veghten who has been hospitalized and voted to Send him a Basket of fruit upon his return Home. Coming events at the local Post include the annual family supper dec. 7 at the legion rooms and also an inspection by county commander Kenneth Baker of Bennington at the regular meeting of Post 38 dec. 18. Seattle Wash. Up a of your teen aged offspring is obese take a Good look at yourself your spouse and the family s eating habits. That piece of advice comes University of Washington school of Medicine. Writing in a a up Quot a publication of the american Academy of general practice Hammar said overweight parents and their food habits contribute heavily i to obesity in adolescents. A study of 50 Young persons at the University of Washington adolescent clinic Here revealed that two thirds of the children whose Ages ranged from to to 17, were from families in which both parents were markedly overweight. The incidence of obesity was higher in mothers but none of the parents was making any attempt to control his weight at the time of the study. None of the children was successful in losing weight Hammar said. He added that other studies have shown that 80 per cent of girls and 86 per cent of boys who Are obese in adolescence become obese adults. The study Hammar said showed family eating patterns were deeply ingrained and could not be changed. Youngsters constantly talked about food and what they liked to eat and were unaware completely of the amount of food they consumed. In most cases the mothers were excellent Cooks. Hammar said the adolescents studied fell into three personality patterns the dependent immature Type the angry aggressive Type and the emotionally disturbed Type. He said treatment often is frustrating to the physician because obese adolescents generally Are rebellious and have no real desire to lose weight a situation usually attributable to emotional factors. Hammar suggested therapy should have two objectives to help the adolescent lose weight and to help him with problems of adjustment. The Best treatment for obesity he said is prevention. Leopold Ville the Congo apr the congolese government is expelling the soviet diplomatic Mission from Leopold Ville for the second time in three years but Premier Cyrille Dolila says he is not severing diplomatic relations with Moscow. The Premier charged the russians thursday with subversive dealings with antigovernment exiles across the Congo River in neighbouring Brazzaville. Adoulia set no deadline for soviet ambassador Sergei next China and his 100-member Mission to leave but that the russians probably would be Given 48 hours. Adoulia said his government will consider the credentials of any new diplomats the soviets might want to Send. There was no immediate mos vow reaction to the expulsion order. Adoulia said he did not have sufficient proof to support charges by members of his government that other communist bloc nations and the United Arab correspondent takes sentimental journey finds Moscow changed Arlington a the Rev. . Belcher Rector of St. James episcopal Church has announced that a Union thanksgiving service will be held at the Church wednesday at 8 . Guest preacher will be the Rev. Granville Greenwald pastor of the Federated Church of East Arlington. The Rev. Or. Belcher also announced that thanksgiving Day eucharist will be held at the Church thursday at 9 . in science test Hoosick Falls . A the sixth g8lde pupils of the Hoosick Falls Central school recently took the new York state science test issued by the state education department. It is designed to measure science achievement at the beginning of Grade 6. The science test provides two part scores. One score is based on questions designed to measure a knowledge of science the other score is based on questions designed to measure an understanding of science. The test norms Are based on scores of the pupils in schools throughout new York state. The Pupil norms compare the science achievement of an individual with those of other pupils statewide. The median score for this test is the 50th percentile meaning that half the schools will be above and half the schools in the state will be below the 50thpercentile. Ninth three students in Grade 6 took the science test and of this number 76 were above the state median. Instead of 50 per cent of the class being near the median 81 per cent of the total class was above it. Editor s note John Lloyd an associated press correspondent since 1925, was assigned to Moscow in 193-36. Now general executive for the a in Europe and Africa he recently it went Hack to Moscow for a visit. Here Are his observations. By John Lloyd London apr if you wanted to buy a chocolate bar and you found it Cost $1 you would grumble. If you found that a very Small scrawny unattractive Chicken Cost $3 you would t like it at All. Especially of you earned $100 a month. But apartment rent might be $5 or $6 a month. You grumble about that. Nor would you object to a 5-cent fare on the subway or bus anywhere you wanted to go. You would not like paying two weeks salary for a new dress or perhaps double that for a new suit. But if you were enthusiastic about everybody being alike and about everybody being lifted in Masse to a better plane of existence and were not fussy about the time it took you might go along with the idea. Twenty seven years ago i was a correspondent in Moscow. Subsequent events took me to various other parts of the world. Only now have i had the Opportunity to go Back. A City that in my time claimed two million people has six million today. Very wide avenues straight As a die Cut through it and five Bridges Span the Broad River where there were next to none before. Apartment houses All exactly the same but nevertheless Large cover a vast area on the outskirts that formerly was a dump. Moscow has spread As it has grown in population. A furious building Enterprise is going on. People still wait for the Chance to get proper living quarters. Proper Means Small rooms and not Many but there is Good heat there is plumbing and for Many people it is More than they have had in the past. Moscow is drab and the people from our Point of View dress durably. There is no elegance no froth. But they appear to be comfortably Clad and they appear in Masse to be not unhappy with the circumstances. You can compare Russia Only to its past. You cannot compare it to the Western world. Our ways of life Are totally different and that is not wholly a matter of the revolution. Twenty seven years ago an air of fear cloaked Moscow and other parts of the soviet Union. That now has been much relieved. It still is not easy to mix freely but let us remember characteristics of a people As Well As those of a St Ite. Suspicion mystery intrigue always were there. Russians drink heavily and sometimes Are Gay but russians in Toto Are a grim rather than a frivolous people. There is the same old must iness in Moscow that was there 27 years ago. It is an indoor phenomenon but it gets into your clothes and you feel you Are carrying it about with you. It comes from a combination of smoke Lack of fresh air and crowded living. It is not a political thing. Westerners who visit Moscow Are put up in the same hotels used 27 years ago. If any change of paint polish or carpeting has taken place in that time the artisans were expert at keeping alive old traditions. Traffic is extremely Light compared to that in Western cities. Parking is no problem. There Are two channels of television. One May be showing a play an opera or Ballet the other a circus or sports and there is plenty of politics. By politics i mean that of the state. There Are no Sweet lovelies and there is no frivolity. Twenty seven years ago one would hesitate even to approach the Gates of the Kremlin. Now people go in and out without even a Check. Tours with guides go in to see the elaborate churches and the magnificent museum. State confirms Paul Nitze Navy Secretary Washington apr the Senate armed services committee thursday approved the nomination of Paul h. Nitze to succeed the resigned Fred Korth As Secretary of the Navy. The vote was 11-3. Chairman Richard Russell d-ga., announced the votes against the nomination were cast by Sens. Strom Thurmond . Harry f. Byrd d-va., and Barry Coldwater r-ariz., the latter two voting by proxy at the committees closed door meeting. The approving vote sends the nomination to the Senate where Russell said it would be taken up monday. There was no Advance announcement As to whether any of the dissenters would wage a serious fight against Senate approval of the nomination. Whipping judge claims results Republic also were trying to subvert his government. The expulsion order came two Days after two soviet diplomats were manhandled and arrested on their return from Brazzaville the capital of the Congo Republic. Officials said documents found on them proved a irrefutably Quot that they had been in Contact with antigovernment exiles led by Christophe Ibenye head of a Lumumba list group and Andre Tubaya a Kasai extremist Leader implicated in a recent plot to arrest or murder members of Adoulia s government. Adoulia said he had ordered the release of the two soviet diplomats embassy counsellor Boris Voronin and press attache Yuri Miakota Nyoh and of Benik Bernazar Juzba Chev correspondent of the soviet no Vosti news Agency who was arrested Early thursday. A congolese escort hustled Voronin aboard an Airliner for Brussels thursday night. The correspondent was released and with his wife took Refuge in the soviet embassy. But the embassy said it had no word of Miakota Nyoh and had not been informed of Voronin s departure. Voronin arrived unannounced in Brussels this morning and an employee of the soviet government Aeroflot airlines had to inform the soviet embassy of his presence. Embassy representatives kept him from newsmen until he took a soviet Airliner to Moscow several hours later. The soviet government delivered a stiff protest thursday against the treatment of the diplomats. The congolese expelled both the soviet and czech missions sept. 16, 1960, after army commander maj. Gen. Joseph Mobutu seized Power from leftist Premier Patrice Lumumba. Lumumba was later Alan. The russians were allowed to return in 1961 after they pledged to respect congolese sovereignty and to refrain from interfering in internal affairs. To debate time offered to major candidates by lbs new York apr the Columbia broadcasting system has offered free prime time for debates Between the major parties presidential and vice presidential candidates next year. Frank Stanton lbs president announced thursday night the offer was made in letters to the democratic and Republican chairman. During the 1960 Campaign Only the presidential candidates appeared. Cooperation year United nation . Apr the in. General Assembly unanimously decided thursday to designate 1965, the 20th anniversary of the United nations As International cooperation year. The 111-nation Assembly approved a Resolution calling on member states to cooperate in All Fields in 1965. Wilmington Del. A jailing lawbreakers Only a festers criminals Quot the whipping judge believes. A fall i know is physical punishment seems to work Quot the spanking judge of Whiting ind., maintains. A ifs a better lesson than just being fined Quot insists the Justice of the peace at Woodstock do who ordered five teen agers to remove the trash from along 150 Miles of highways. They Are among a Small but growing minority of jurists who Are out flanking the constitutional prohibition against a unusual Quot punishments. Municipal judge William Ober Miller of Whiting believes there is nothing unlawful about unusual punishment so Long As the recipient accepts it willingly. The recipient s other Choice is generally a heavy Fine or a Long jail term. This summer Obermiller or dered a group of underage drinkers to work off their excess Energy scrubbing floors at the Whiting City Hall. Teen agers caught stealing hubcaps were put to work manicuring the Public Library s Lawn. A last year we had 50 arrests Over the 4th of july weekend Quot Obermiller says. A this year we had one. A apparently the word got in 1962 following a series of arrests at Whiting s Lake Michigan Beach Obermiller ordered Public spankings Beach clean up details shaving of Duck Tail locks essays on the Constitution and declaration of Independence and Book reports on the a decline and fall of the roman Lynch resurrected a 268-year old Law and sentenced a Man to 20 lashes with a cat of nine tails and 25 years in prison for a Mug Ging. A youth was sentenced to 20 lashes for violating probation for Auto theft. Execution of that sentence awaits an Appeal to the . Supreme court. Lynch says a institutionalism is Only to keep bad dogs off the Street. It does no to do any Good. I want to punish. A somebody should think of the victim not the a like thinker is Justice of the peace Joe Ritter of Woodstock 111., who contends a levying fines on teen agers Only penalizes last Christmas five teen age boys were hauled before Ritter on charges of Beer drinking. He sent them out to collect empty Beer cans discarded along highways in Mchenry county Northwest of Chicago. Two weeks later the five returned and presented Ritter with 1,280 empty Beer cans. But their penance was not Complete. Ritter made they sort the Beer cans by Brand and write essays on a Why teen agers juvenile drinking dwindled in Mchenry county Ritter said. In the same rank is judge Walter g. Tanner of Muncie ind., another advocate of razor strap persuasion. Last Spring a 19-year-old youth was brought before Tanner on charges of beating his Mother chasing his sister out of the House and assaulting a policeman. Tanner handed the youths father a leather Belt and told him to take his son to another room. A pants Down and i want to be Able to hear it out Here Quot the judge ordered. He heard it. Judges j. Sydney Hoffman of Philadelphia and Anthony Champa of Shelbyville ind., believe there is nothing like Good honest labor to deter wrong doing. Superior court judge Champa ordered a 16-year-old ambulance thief to give the ambulance two waxing. City court judge Hoffman gave Arthur j. Brookes 16, the option of Reform school or taking a $2-an-hour Job As a Hod Carrier. Hoffman specified that Brookes half his wages for the next five years to the family of a Printer who lost a foot when he was struck by Brookes car. Brookes took the Job. A week later when Brookes proved physically unable to carry heavy bricks Hoffman agree to let him take a lower paying Job As a car Washer a providing he turned Over three fourths of his earnings to the Printer. Hoffman a in handling juvenile cases. Said is to a rehabilitate the children and provide some Security some safety and some Benefit for the Public county judge Sid Caillavet of Orange tex., considers ridicule an even More effective weapon against juvenile offences. Teen age boys brought before Caillavet Are ordered to Wear girls dresses for 30 Days. 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