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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - October 10, 1970, Bennington, Vermont 2�?Bennington Banner saturday october to 1970 pollster Harris sees grave threat in dissent among us minorities Boston up pollster Louis Harris said Friday americans Are joined by their a distinct tendency to attack each other by labels rather than combating common problems. A was a nation we Are in deep trouble a Harris said a because the common thread that runs among us is the distinct tendency to attack each other by labels we Are willing to paint on each other As groups rather than to attack Burgess continued from Page i the future Between the University of Vermont and other a politically astute state colleges. The state colleges under the proposed system would maintain their own Independent Board of trustees. Burgess said he was aware of the a bad connotations associated with the so called regents system because of the difficulties the state of California has had with its Berkeley Campus. On welfare Burgess said he stood with Massachusetts senator Edward Brooke who he says blames new Deal welfare policies for creating american ghettos and the Cycle of poverty which plagues the american society. Burgess declared that state welfare policies were designed to preserve dignity yet promote incentive among Low income Peoples. Burgess termed the so called hippie welfare problem a a surface he said the Davis administration had taken a a Well advised move in testing whether a commune qualifies As a family for food Stamps. In any Case Burgess said no one should be allowed to Experiment with a a new life style at the expense of the taxpayer or worse what he called the real pow. Burgess will join the full Republican team for a Day of campaigning Here saturday. Our common problems. A and this tendency to attack each other rather than our problems bids fair to blow us apart at the seams if indeed our untended problems do not sink us before then a said Harris one of the country a leading Public opinion analysts. A there is much talk these Days about silent majorities real majorities and Middle America majorities a he said. A it has been said America is essentially unblock in Young and Harris said that was True a but unfortunately having said All of hopefuls pitch ii of to voters Montpelier up candidates from both major political parties Friday made a pitch for the votes of Vermont senior citizens. Republican gov. Deane Davis and . Sen. Winston Prouty As Well As Prouty a democratic challenger Philip Hoff were among the speakers at a Montpelier meeting of the states senior citizens clubs. Davis stressed his leadership in pushing for legislation granting property tax Relief for the aged and he explained his proposed income tax exemption pm the first $7,500 of pension income. Prouty vowed he will continue to fight for increases in social Security benefits and he rapped the Senate democratic leadership for delaying action on legislation for older americans. Hoff meantime called for boosts in social Security As Well As expansion of medicare programs for full funding of the older americans act and for a Federal housing subsidy for senior citizens. The senior citizens clubs passed a number of resolutions dealing with social Security medicare taxes transports Don housing and increased funding for the Vermont Council on aging. That Only a half truth has been stated. For it is equally True that As a country we Are in Republican in our politics we Are in Southern White we Are mall town we Are in hard hat and we Are in conservative. A and our Leader is a president in the White House who was nearly in elected for he received no More than 43.4 per cent of the vote in 1968,�?� he said. A perhaps a much larger truth is that the . Today is a collection of minorities with no visible Clear Cut consensus majority in Harris was the keynote speaker at the 40th new England Bank management conference. Demand cubans be expelled from is two seniors commended for Merit test scores Washington up the United states demanded Friday that two cuban diplomats at the United nations in new York be expelled from the country within 48 hours on charges they used a female embassy employee in Washington for espionage purposes. The diplomats were identified As Rogelio Rodriguez Lopez 28, a Counselor and Orlando Prendes Gutierrez 29, a first Secretary at the cuban Mission to the United nations. . Secretary general Thant was informed of the expulsion notice which the . Mission served on cubans permanent representative at the United nations. . Officials said the two cubans had contacts with a woman employed by the embassy in Washington of a country Friendly to the United states. The Kidnap continued from Page i firm or deny the reports that negotiations with the kidnappers of Cross were underway the Federal spokesman said he could make a no comment at friends reported that mrs. Barbara Cross the diplomats wife was receiving calmly each report about her husband who was roasted out of bed monday by four gunmen wielding sub machine guns. The kidnappers original Ransom demands included payment of $500,000 in Gold release of 23 jailed separatist prisoners an Airliner to carry them to Cuba or Algeria and television coverage of the planets departure. Woman was recruited for cuban intelligence when she made an apparently private visit to Cuba from december 1967, to March 1968. Neither the embassy nor the woman who has left Washington and returned to her Home was identified in any Way. The woman apparently was directed by the cubans in new York to collect information about american foreign policy and other unspecified matters of interest to the cubans. The officials said the girl who was described As attractive and personable probably had not done any damage to . Security. It was understood that her activities were uncovered by the Federal Bureau of investigation. Bennington briefs or. Oakley Frost will be out of town oct. 12 through oct. 16. He will be attending the 56th annual clinical Congress of american College of surgeons in Chicago. Adv. The polling hours on election Day in november Are from to . To 7p.m. According to town clerk Mary Hodeck. The town and Village offices will be closed Over monday Columbus Day. The Green Mountain homemakers Extension group will meet at the Home of mrs. Marjorie Jones in Shaftsbury on monday. Mrs. Peg a Browe will be co hostess the topic is a what to do about Iron two North Bennington residents who Are seniors at it. Anthony Union High school Karen l. Pratt of West Street and Edward h. A Quin have been save with a amp a s lower prices. We care awarded letters of commendation honouring them for their High performance in the 1970 National Merit scholarship qualifying test no Petit has been announced by principal Charles w. Keir. They Are among 35,000 students in the nation who scores in the upper 2 per cent of those who Are expected to graduate from High school in 1971. The commended students rank just below the 14,750 semifinalists announced in september by the a Mac. It. Anthony s one Semi finalist was Laurie Johnson also of North Bennington. Miss Pratt is the daughter of or. And mrs. Lloyd Pratt and Paquino a parents Are or. And mrs. Edward Paquin. Miss Johnson is the daughter of or. And mrs. John Johnson. Edward c. Smith president of a Mac said a although commended students Advance no further in the Competition their standing in this nationwide program deserves Public recognition. Their High performance on the in set gives Promise of continued Success in should North Adams Adams Clarksburg become one City North Adams. Mass. A report by Robert b. Deloye associates of Pittsfield originally designed to study the feasibility of creating an Industrial Park at the City dump site has recommended a merger at Adams North Adams and Clarksburg into a single municipality. Although the report was completed a year ago it has just been made Public. The report sees a a need for political Union of the three communities and that the three a Are a geographic economic and cultural unit but Are divided investigators working on the study a found through a Small sampling almost Complete agreement that political Union was desirable but they would never vote approval. The they was never clearly identified a the report says. Number one among the list of recommendations is that the City focus on the future with the City s master plan geared to the year 2,000. The second recommendation is the unification of the three communities. North Adams should consider establishing an amusement Park As part of the entertainment Center the Berkshire have become. Most of the recommendations in the report cover the need for proper planning with specific goals in mind and creating a definite program of action to reach these goals. The report lists several Community a a needs to have an effective Industrial development Effort. Boston police uncover plot to sell it. Guns Bradford House restaurant Columbus Day specials your Choice of roast Turkey Fried Chicken roast beef Ham Steak served with Cole Slaw or vegetable potato Roll amp butter All the Coffee you can drink 20 cents Only 99 All Day monday Only you can use your Grants charge in any Bradford House restaurant Monument Plaza Bennington Boston up police say they have uncovered a plot to sell stolen guns from Vermont to militant groups in the Boston area. Police sgt. John Doris disclosed the plan thursday in testifying before a bail reduction hearing for three of five persons arrested sept to in the South end. Kitchen cabinets step in and see our Kitchen display and let us help you plan your new Kitchen. Ambassador Granada Apollo Wickes 194 North 44162 _ four men and a woman were indicted by a Suffolk county grand jury on charges of receiving stolen goods and narcotics violations. Doris said an unidentified informant said three of those charged offered him $100 to drive to Worcester from Burlington it. And that the informant As saying the group talked about blowing up a radio station shooting a policeman and Selling guns to militant groups around the Boston area. Judge Reuben l. Lurie continued $5,000 bail As set for Wayne w. Holmes 19, Lunenburg it. Wayne d. Gingras 20, South Burlington it. And James l. Howland 24 Burlington it. Sheila p. Philbrook. 29, of Worcester was released earlier on $1,500 bail and Stanley e. Duda 25, of Cambridge was freed on $1,000 bail. Music for children a a quartet from the Vermont state symphony which toured area schools this week is shown at the Bennington elementary school. With cello is betting Roulier second violin. Gatsie Carrier Viola Luigi Tavelli and first violin Virginia Deblasis. There will be a one hour children a concert this afternoon at 2 in it. Anthony Union High school auditorium at no charge. Tonight a i concert at the High school is at 8 15, Spiro zeroes in puts sen. Harris Ada in same a nest of Radic Libs a Tulsa okla. Up vice president Spiro t. Agnew Friday called the americans for democratic action a a nest of Radical liberals who Are close pals with Oklahoma sen. Fred r. Harris. Campaigning forthe re election of Republican gov. Dewey Bartlett Agnew took on the Ada and Harris former democratic party National chairman at a $100 a plate luncheon attended by 1,000 persons. A today the Ada is a nest of Radical liberals a Agnew said. A its National chairman the democratic candidate for Senate from Connecticut is a or. Duffy who describes himself As a a revisionist marxist. A the tells us. In a proud of the churches role today in agitation and protest. In a unhappy with adult society and would like to see More a agitation protest More unrest that s one program that witness says Susan Atkins killed Tate los Angeles up Susan Atkins stabbed actress Sharon Tate to death and then tasted her blood and said a wow what a trip a a state witness quoted the defendant Friday at the Tate Labianca murder trial. Virginia Graham 37, a red haired woman with a Long criminal record testified in detail of her part in the slayings in August 1969, at the Tate mansion. Miss Graham testified that she talked with miss Atkins in the los Angeles women a jail in november 1969 and that the hippie Follower of Charles Manson became highly excited when she gave an account of the killings. Deputy District attorney Vincent Bugliosi asked miss Graham what miss Arkins told Lier. A she said she was holding Sharon Tate and Sharon was crying a please please done to kill me. I just want to live and have my a she said she told her look you Bitch you re going to die and you might As Well face it.�?T a did miss Atkins say who killed Sharon Tate a Bugliosi asked. A yes she said a i killed Greenslet named by police group Rutland Donald g. Greenslet of the Bennington Village police was elected president of the Vermont police association at its annual meeting wednesday at the k of c Hall in Rutland. He succeeds Rutland patrolman Emmett j. Fleming. Other officers installed were Colchester chief Ronald a. Smith first vice president Bellows Falls patrolman Erwin c. Bugbee second vice president and Winooski chief Donald h. Savard sergeant at arms. Renamed were sgt. James w. Densmore Rutland policeman to Secretary treasurer and Rutland administrative assistant publicity director year Book editor. The new executive Board consists of Rutland patrolman Eugene l. Roussil Fleming Windsor chief Thomas t. Taylor Springfield chief Sherman a. Martin and Springfield sgt. Arnold j. Lashua wont sell in Oklahoma or in Harris whose present term ends in two years was the target of this Agnew quip a the May be a sooner born and a sooner bred but two years from now is a year he will a but a said Agnew a a lets spend a few minutes getting acquainted with his closest pals in Washington. I Call them Radical the vice president quoted the Ada As saying a we particularly deplore or. Agnews continuing and persistent prescious polysyllabic vilification of the future leadership of the nation mainly the concerned students of the a i done to mind the alliteration a Agnew said. A once in a while i use it myself. But it would appear that those a concerned students the Ada likes Are the Rock throwing bomb planting building wrecking obscenity shouting Radical fringe. Those Are the students i denounce. A i would not be concerned if Only my rhetoric triggered this but he said Ada statements went on to accuse the president and vice president of sanctioning a official a deplore violence says the Ada but blame it on those who enforce the Law ignore the acts that brought the guard to Kent the state police to Jackson state and other police to the other incidents a Agnew said. Onto lot a regular savings accounts Bennington savings a loan association 345 Aaroin sir it Bennington it. Dial 2 sch a enjoy the world series on a new coloured television Low prices easy terms Fienberg a 447 main St. Bennington it. Dial 2-2451 county nurses hear chief of planned parenthood unit the Bennington county registered nurses association held its first dinner meeting of the year on sept. 28 at the colonial inn in Arlington. Guest speaker was Jack Darton supervisor of the planned parenthood association for southwestern Vermont. He has the responsibility of opening planned parenthood offices and setting up clinics throughout southwestern Vermont. He stressed in his speech that the main of planned parenthood is to prevent unwanted children and that services Are available to anyone regardless of ability to pay. A planned parenthood clinic has recently been opened in Rutland. Bennington has an office located in the Cone building on main Street. It is open fridays from to . To 9 . And saturdays from to . To 6 . Anyone who is interested is Welcome to visit the office. Darton is anticipating the opening of a clinic in the Bennington area in the near future. A Short business meeting followed. The next county nurses meeting will be in november. Any new registered nurses in the Bennington county area Are Welcome. Tax revenues run ahead Montpelier up a tax revenues for the current fiscal year Are running Mure than $2 million ahead of last year according to figures released by the Vermont tax department. The sales tax has accounted for much of the increase and has taken in $3.1 million in the first two months of the fiscal year. As at the end Al August the department said the sales and use tax was nearly $1 million ahead of last years Pace. All tax brackets showed an increase except the Telephone tax. Tax revenues since july i have totalled just Over $17 million. Clip this Coupon and bring to Economy Auto this Coupon is Worth to. Toward the Purchase of Maytag Washer or dryer at Economy Auto. Offer expires sat. Oct. 17th offer pertains to full washers and dryers Only size is 530 main Strait Economy awl Stonis inc. Bennington s

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