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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - October 14, 1963, Bennington, Vermont 2-Bennington Banner monday october 14, 1963 continued dry weather around Vermont expected in new England no Vermont fatalities in weekend accidents new basketball coach appointed cast ton apr or. Max cog an of Bayonne n. J., is the new basketball coach at Castleton state College. Cogan 35, holds degrees from Columbia and the teachers College of Connecticut. He taught last year at Jersey City n.j., College. He replaces t. Richard Terry cast Eleton a basketball and soccer coach for the past five years. Costs a favourable a says commissioner Montpelier a a a Cost of construction of highways has been favourable to the state of Vermont. I believe this is because of increased interest in bidding among Vermont contractors a Vermont Highway commissioner Russell Holden told the Vermont Road builders association at its fall meeting thursday at the Brown Derby. More than 40 members attended the meeting at which Holden outlined plans of the department relating to future construction and maintenance of the Highway system. The commissioner pointed out the necessity of cooperation within the Industry and Between it and the Highway department citing examples of the value of the Road builders association in Sieving Mutual problems. Child who look aspirin of St. Albans apr two year old Lisa la Esperance of Swanton is reported in Good condition at a St. Albans Hospital today after swallowing about 40 aspirin. The tablets were pumped from the child a stomach yesterday and she was held at the Hospital for observation. It. Fri rut Ion a sch nation moots Burlington apr More than 3,500 of Vermont s Public school teachers Are expected in Burlington thursday and Friday for the 112th annual convention of the Vermont education association. Or. Natt Burbank president of the american association of school administrator and or. John Holden state commissioner of education will be the principal speakers. Board approval sought for bail corp. Burlington apr Railroad executive Jay Wulfson seeks Public service Board Sanction today for a new corporation to operate a 140-mile segment of the Idle Rutland railway. Wulfson and attorneys Robert b. Eldredge and John a. Calhoun of Montpelier have asked the pub to approve creation of Vermont railway inc. As a common Carrier. Wulfson wants to operate the segment of old Rutland trackage from Burlington to White Creek n.y., acquired by the state for million. Under terms of an agreement with the state Wulfson would lease the trackage of his proposed Vermon railway inc. Prospective opponents of the corporation May include representative of Vermont s trucking Industry it was reported today. Over in new York Vuht Rry i Talion drops Troy a total registration Tor 1963 is 29,082 or 1,445 less than last year and 3,662 fewer than in 1959, last mayoralty election in Troy. In the greater Troy area Cohoes is the Only City which showed a voter increase. Curll memorial to by dedicated Troy a the Caroline Ide Cluett room at the Rensselaer county historical society will be dedicated at a meeting of the society tonight. The room is furnished with Antiques Given by mrs. Cluett who died last summer. The county society Home is the former Cluett residence. Medianik Hie fire strikes twice Mechanicville a As demolition Crews prepared to raze the Alonzo Block badly damaged by fire tuesday night it was recalled that a mysterious Blaze did great damage to a former building on the site 75 years ago. The two Story wooden Sheffer Block then occupied the Corner. The fire recorded As the areas greatest conflagration up until then was fought with water from the old Champlain canal 1,500 feet away in the Days before the Community had a water system. Iii jail for sea tilt Oil i Iii i Albany a crying of a frail child annoyed a 270-Pound, 6-foot-4 giant of a Man who according to police grabbed the child of four and slammed him on the floor. The Little boy Eddie Stangle is in the Colonie Hospital and Gordon w. Hayes is in the county jail awaiting Trail for assault. Down in Berkshire a Oral hopefuls face to face North Adams a for the first time since they ran against each other two years ago mayor Francis j. Florini and former mayor Louis j. Diamond met in face to face debate sunday afternoon. Both agreed that voter apathy was a primary concern and said their campaigns would Center around a a look at the they let oth indicated that a fiery Campaign would be waged. Diamond stressed the accomplishments of his administration and pressed Florini on what he called a confusing method of hiding procedures and methods used in appointments. Moderator was or. Robert v. Hamilton of the North Adams state College faculty. Bruli fire Imam Wiir foil ii i it Springfield a Brush fires continued to plague Western Massachusetts sunday although conditions were not so serious As they were saturday when wind fanned flames. About 15 acres of Woodland were blackened in Woronoco sunday when Sparks from a passing train apparently ignited four different areas. Springfield reported 60 Brush fires alone on sunday and other communities had More than their share of grass blazes. A ban against open fires remained in effect. Party faithful nov. Peabody Pittsfield a More than 500 persons flocked to the Wendell Sherwood hotel sunday to Greet gov. Endicott Peabody. The affair arranged by Peter g. Arlos City committee chairman was expected to raise More than $1,000 for the party coffers. About 800 tickets were sold. People in the news Nashville Tenn. Apr comedian Bob Hope has notified the episcopal Church women of Tennessee that he Isnit dead but he appreciated their prayers nonetheless. Prayers were offered after a Nashville member reported hearing a broadcast last june that Hope had died. The broadcast reported the death of Skinny Ennis a Friend of Hope. Mrs. m. Patten or. Of Chattanooga state president of the Church organization wrote Hope about the mix up. The comedian by the associated pros continued warm and dry weather with no rain expected until thursday was the latest forecast from the . Weather Bureau As firefighters battled blazes throughout the parched Region. The Forest fire danger maintained its steady climb to near explosive proportions particularly in Massachusetts and Southern new Hampshire. So far Only new Hampshire and Vermont have officially closed their Woodlands. The weather Bureau said a Large slow moving High pressure area continues to dominate the weather in new England. Clear skies and mild temperatures were the Rule throughout the six states. The Ideal Indian summer weather would have been welcomed were it not for the prolonged dry spell. The Boston police arson squad today sought two men in connection with saturday s 13-alarm fire a the City s biggest since 1872 a that destroyed nine buildings ruined two piers and damaged 15 other buildings. Some 400 firemen fought the Blaze. Thirty fire fighters were injured and 200 families were evacuated from the fires path. Police said two men were seen in the Vicinity of the South end building where the Blaze started. Most of the buildings involved were earmarked for destruction to make Way for an expressway. A huge 100-year old wooden barn on route 117 in Weston near the Waltham line was destroyed by fire. Woodland and Brush fires erupted throughout Massachusetts and new Hampshire during the weekend. Firemen fought 100-acre Woodland blazes in Warren mass., and Pepperell mass. Helicopters from fort Devens helped the firemen pinpoint places where the fires continued to flare up. A 100-foot Long building in North Andover mass., that once housed the Meadowbrook laundry and Howard f Ood products burned Down sunday. The building was vacant and was due to be demolished to make Way for interstate route 495. Heavy smoke and flames from the spectacular Blaze slowed nearby Boston and Maine Railroad traffic and forced rerouting of Highway traffic. Damage estimated at $170,000 was caused by two multiple alarm fires in Lowell that destroyed the Greenblatt paper co. And Basbanes s laundry. In Wakefield mass., fire caused an estimated $50,000 damage to an 18 room Home owned by or. And mrs. Joseph Curley. A police guard was placed at the House to prevent looting of valuable Antiques. Ten Small Woodlands fires were reported in new Hampshire sunday. The largest was eight acres at Barrington. Fact find ers to w to keep Montpelier apr How a Gonna keep pm Down on the farm and what do you do if they want to leave anyway that a the problem gov. Hoff is muddying through these Days. Friday he created a new fac finding commission to Cope with it. The governor named an eight member Rural stabilization and adjustment committee to undertake a sweeping study of the state s farm problems including the dislocation of agricultural workers. The Agency will also look into land utilization in general in Rural areas. The new committee is headed by the commissioner of administration and includes the commissioners of agriculture employ son s release dream come True Ashburnham mass. Apr a i prefer first to get used to living at Home again a a says Marvin w. Makinen. For 24-year-old Makinen that Means adjusting to the comforts of Home after 25 months in a russian prison. One of two americans released in Moscow Friday Makinen returned Home saturday and has refused to discuss his experiences. A i have not fully decided to talk about it to reporters Quot he said yesterday. A i . It must be that Way just now Quot he added. Makinen was sentenced to eight years in prison for alleged espionage activities. To Makinen a parents or. And mrs. William Makinen their songs release As part of Swap for two accused soviet spies was a a dream come a biochemistry student Makinen said he Hopes to return to the University of Pennsylvania possibly in february. He said he was an Exchange student at the West Berlin free University at the time of his arrest for allegedly photographing russian military installations during a month Long tour. He appeared thinner and taller than before his prison stint. He said he was allowed to write three letters a month while in prison and was Given medical texts sent by his family. Bowdoin will build new senior Center by the associated press Highway accidents particularly in Connecticut and Massachusetts accounted for nearly All the weekend fatalities in new England. From 6 p.m., Edt Friday to Midnight sunday 20 accidental deaths were reported in the six state area 19, of them in Highway accidents. Eight persons died on Connecticut highways six in Massachusetts and three in Maine. New Hampshire and Rhode Island reported one death each. Only Vermont had no fatal accidents during the weekend. The Only death not occurring on the highways was in Connecticut where a child perished in a fire. Deaths included Stanislaw Cieply of new Britain Conn., killed sunday night when hit by a car As he walked along the Berlin Turnpike at Wethersfield Conn. Mrs. Rose Novella 23, and her sister Louise Mazza 21, both of Danbury Conn., killed in Danbury sunday when a car will probe a emf arming ment Security and education. Hoff said the abandonment of Small farms is increasing each year in Vermont and Quot hundreds Quot of agricultural workers will be displaced in 1963. He also said speculation in re ral land is another accelerating problem. If speculators Are purchasing Large tracts of property and holding on to them As seems to be the Case a we can to use it Quot the governor said. These speculators he added Are paying prices vermonters would regard As absurd. The governor said it is estimated that by 1970, 80 per cent of Vermont will be classified As Woodland. In i960, he said Only 60 per cent of the state was in that category. He said the problem is most acute in the Northern counties. Telephones bus in is 443-6300 newsroom 4 43-3800 display advert in.443-3684 the Bennington Banner is published daily except sunday and Legal holidays at 438 main St., Bennington Vermont by the Banner publishing corporation. Member of the associated press is entitled exclusively to the use for republication to All local news printed in this newspaper As Well As All a news dispatches. Horn delivery by Carrier and motor Dot Ivory of per Day subscription rates by mail 50 i. Radius and All v Ermont 3 mos. $4 25 a Amos. $8 of a i or. $15.00 elsewhere in the . 3 mos $4 75-6 my $9 00�?o i or. $17.50 spacial Rotas for Serviceman sent Back an autographed picture. Across it was scrawled a thanks for the new York apr now comes Michael j. Quill with a proposition for the new York transit authority which says it can t pay its Bills on an income of $400 million a year. Eliminate All subway and bus fares says Mike and at the same time give the 38,000 members of his transport workers Union a $165 million a year wage boost a and a 4-Day, 32-hour week. Brunswick Maine apr Bowdoin the College of Longfellow and Hawthorne can to easily expand outward so ifs growing skyward. Rising from its hemmed in Campus where the first class assembled in 1802, is a 16-Story Tower that will be the tallest building in new England North of Boston. This collegiate skyscraper and two satellite structures going up beside it will be Bow doing a senior Center. There Bowdoin will inaugurate in september 1964, what it Calls a a unique concept of integrated study and living tailored to meet the specific needs of 200-Odd fourth year men. To president James s. Coles the $3.1 million addition to the physical Plant is Only a Means to twin goals a More stimulating intellectual environment and a 20 per cent increase in enrolment a to a total of 925. Basically the concept is Coles feels a remarkable improvement in secondary schools makes a general education a largely unnecessary for the entering student. Consequently this should come last so the senior can relate his specially to the complexities of modern life. A a Man needs to see his specially against the background of the general culture Quot he says. A the can do this Only after he has a with the goal of a More mature approach to learning seniors will live together on the towers 13 residential floors eat together but for the most part attend classes with other students. have extra curricular activities of their own yet remain Active in their fraternities which now House and feed most Bowdoin students. A major curriculum change will be introduction of senior seminars a one each semester for each senior. In groups of no More than 15, they will in or. Coles words a explore ideas outside their Fields of for example a seminar might be on the rising nations of Africa. A language major might want to investigate the possibilities of a common african language to achieve continent wide communication an economist might delve into monetary problems. A chemistry major might be interested in raw materials into and How to convert them useful products. In that Way or. Coles says the student a will be Able to see his specially in relation to will learn one does not need to be narrow to have knowledge in seniors will live 16 to a floor in four Man suites with private study bedrooms for each student. Also in the Tower will be lounges conference and Reading rooms accommodations for visiting lecturers. Why a 16-Story Tower on a Campus where no other building is More than four stories High a More formal dormitory the administration feels provide the a togetherness Quot necessary to make the program work. And to quote Coles again a to achieve the equivalent space would require much More land area than is reasonably the three new buildings a the third will be a faculty residence a will utilize red Brick and Lime-1 Stone. Thus they complement venerable dormitories in which lived such fames sons of Bowdoin As the poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow novelist Nathaniel Hawthorne president Franklin k. Pierce and Robert e. Peary who discovered the North pole. Home Type Battery chargers 4 Ampere Charger charges both 6 and 12 Volt batteries at a 4 Ampere rate which will recharge the average Battery in from 5 to 14 hours. 19.95 Bennington garage main Street Bennington work All makes of cars Auto painting 24 or towing service Liggett Bosworth r sales amp service phone 442-4266 North Bennington Road Bennington it. Crashed through two store fronts. Bruce Thurston 22, of Coventry ., killed sunday when his car overturned at Warwick Talbot t. Dumont 69, of Beverly mass., killed in a two car Accident at Lowell mass., sunday. Modesto m. Colon 38,of Hyan Nis mass., and mrs. Barbara Hurtt 27, of Boston killed in a crash on the Southeast expressway in Boston Early sunday. Thomas f. Mccue jr., 67, of new Britain Conn., killed when a car in which he was Riding hit a tree in new Britain sunday. Mathew j. Donahue 46, of Niantic Conn., killed in a two car crash at Groton Conn., sunday. Frank Lemeris 48, of Concord n.h., killed in an Accident on the Everett Turnpike at Bedford n.h., sunday. Jere Breen 58, of Waterbury Conn., killed saturday in a two car Accident at Milford Conn., sunday. Janice Donals 17, of Putnam Conn., killed in Putnam sunday when her car hit a Concrete Culvert. Mrs. Gertrude p. Murphy 65, killed saturday when hit by a car As she crossed a Street in Avon mass., to eat breakfast. William j. Albert 18, of Millinocket Maine killed saturday when his car hit a Bridge railing on route 157 in Medway Maine. Karl a. Holmes 21, of East Wilton Maine killed there saturday when his car went out of control and overturned. Gary s. Ziak 16, and Arthur Blodgett 18, both of East Douglas mass., killed at Northbridge mass., saturday when their car hit a tree. Israel Feinstein 83, killed by a car while crossing a Street near his Home in Bostons Dorchester Section saturday. Nadine Williams 3, perished in a fire in her parents Bridgeport Conn., apartment saturday. Anthony w. Smith 221 of Harrington Maine killed Friday night when his car overturned on route i at Steuben Maine. All atone Low Price fresh dressed ready to Cook Chicken parts Gen uni no i Acks included no wings or Racks included . No. I size a new potatoes i extra Bonus Stamps i with the Purchase of one to 01 cello Bao v spinach Hellmann Mayonnaise Ultra refined ci0r0x bleach Plain or iodized Morton a Salt assorted Book matches double Stamps pkg. Of 50 every we Reserve the right to limit quantities prices effective monday. Tuesday. Wednesday oct 14 15 16

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