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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - October 23, 1965, Bennington, Vermont 2-Henni Union Dunn or. Saturday october 23. 1905 Wilson flies off to thwart rhodesian fourth of july London up a prime minister Harold Wilson flies to Salisbury sunday prepared to stay a week and determined to head off Rhodesia s threat to become the first British Colony since 1776 to declare Independence without Britain a consent. Wilson will Fly to the rhodesian capital for talks with Premier Ian Smith aboard a special Royal air Force Comet Jet it was announced Friday. Government sources said Wilson planned to stay one week in Rhodesia to give him time to open fresh talks with Smith and to seek to persuade african nationalist leaders to cooperate in any interim plans that May lie decided for future Independence of the Colony. The sources said Wilson is determined to secure the cooperation of Joshua Nkomo and the Rev. Ndabaningi Sithole in every Point of any agreement. The activities of both men currently Are a restricted Quot by Smith s White minority government. Smith who agreed thursday to Wilson s offer to Fly to Rhodesia to reopen Independence talks that collapsed earlier this month said then Wilson could see whomever he liked while in the Colony. He said in a nationwide television broadcast thursday night however that Britain would have to make concessions if it hoped to dissuade Rhodesia from proclaiming its Independence. The last time a British Colony proclaimed itself free was in 1776 when the 13 american colonies revolted. Rhodesia currently has a Semi autonomous government ruled by the 220,000 White colonists. Rhodesia a 3.5 million Black africans have Little say. Smith demands Independence now for Rhodesia in Exchange for a treaty guaranteeing Progress toward eventual Rule by the african majority under Rhodesia a 1961 Constitution. Otherwise he says Rhodesia will declare Independence unilaterally a move Britain views As illegal and threatens to counter with Strong but undisclosed measures against Rhodesia. Britain maintains the 1961 Salem a super Market 831 main St Abel Cable says get a wider Choice of programs you get 8 great channels on Cable to better to my. Of Bennington 317 main St his class just voted him the Man most us Ely to succeed. Whats he got that we Haven to got a savings account at an insured savings and a loan association. Unless you re born Rich ifs mighty hard to succeed unless you save. Bennington cooperative savings amp loan association 116vi so. St. Constitution was never considered a Quot basis Quot for Independence though it has expressed an interest in Smiths offer of treaty guaranteeing its provisions regarding the african majority. Britain with the support of the United states most african countries and almost All members of the United nations wants Rhodesia a Post Independence government by majority Rule from the outset. Wilson a opening talks with Smith Are expected to revolve around Smiths offer of a treaty. Informed sources said there were possibilities in the treaty but that it did not go far enough in the British View. Wilson believes if agreement can be reached with Smith and his government on the 1961 Constitution with possible slight amendments it would be necessary to get the cooperation of the african nationalists. Both Nkomo and Sithole signed the 1961 Constitution at the time but subsequently denounced it. When elections were held they ordered their followers to Boycott the polling Booths and no african nationalist candidates stood for the 15 parliamentary seats the Constitution entitled them to. Music review graduation Day a nine Brand new nurses aides and their teacher pose at the Crescent Manor nursing Home after receiving their diplomas from Ivor s. Pelsue chairman of the Bennington graded school Board. The class was trained under the manpower development and training act. Graduates Are first Row from left mrs. Marion Peckham and mrs. Edna Hall of Bennington miss Carole Ann Slater of Vergennes and mrs. Beatrice Smith of Manchester Center second Row mrs. Verna Peters of Bennington mrs. Helen Loomis r.n., instructor miss Rebecca Hill of Perkinsville John Stuart of Bennington mrs. Thelma Van orman of North Bennington and mrs. Eva Betts of Bennington. Prandini coast guard to crackdown on cuban refugee exodus s Morrissey Bartimo on Eva Board Stowe a a Bennington attorney and the chief executive of Green Mountain Park Racetrack in Pownal were among nine new directors elected this week by the greater Vermont association at their annual convention Here. Elected to the organizations governing Board were atty. John a Morrissey and Vincent j. Bartimo vice president and general manager of the Pownal track. Officers elected were president c. Douglas Cairns of Burlington first vice president Elmer Premo of South Burlington second vice president Conrad Cody of Montpelier treasurer or. Joseph Amrhein of Burlington and chairman of the Board Gino Carmolli of Barre. Pittsfield Man charged with fraud a 51-year-old Pittsfield mass. Man pleaded not guilty to three counts of fraud by Check at a special arraignment held before municipal court judge George m. Ulenberg late Friday morning. Entering the pleas was Carl f. Schaurer. He was charged on three separate counts of having defrauded the Taconic racing and Breeding association inc. Of Pownal by issuing bad checks. The three occasions cited in the complaint All of which involved checks of More than $25, were on aug. 26, sept. 4, and sept. 6. Judge Ulenberg set Ball at $1,000. Schaurer was represented by his court appointed counsel atty. John p. Morrissey. Key West Fla. Us a an 83-foot boat crossed the Florida Straits Friday with the biggest Load of refugees yet in the exodus from Cuba and the coast guard announced a crackdown aimed at stopping the Small boat shuttle. The coast guard announced it was Quot now proceeding to As atom smasher site still up in air Washington up a an atomic Energy commission dec official in charge of reviewing possible Sites for a Multi million Dollar atom smasher said Friday the number of potential locations remains at 85, not 43. Paul w. Mcdaniels denied a report by Thomas m. Prentiss director of new Hampshire and Maine seacoast regional development that the list had let Een slashed to 43. Quot not Only do i deny it i Call anybody who suggested it a liar Quot Mcdaniels said. Prentiss made his comment thursday night at Portsmouth . Before departing to California. Mcdaniels director of the a eco a research division said it has let Een his Quot personal responsibility of reviewing every single application that a been Quot they All come across my desk. In be read every single one of them and the number stands at 85�?not 43 or 59 or 62.&Quot ask a about the possibility of the massive $300 million facility being located in the Wells Sanford Kennebunk area of Maine Mcdaniels said the chances Are Quot no greater and no lesser Quot than for any other Section of the country. He said All of the 85 proposals have been Quot transferred to the National Academy of sciences Quot which is in the process of making a decision on where the facility will be located. Sess penalties against boats involved in the movement from Cuba for violation of navigation a spokesman said the first two cases to be taken up by a Board of review will be those of two boats skippered by americans the shark v and the mistral. Both arrived oct. 14 carrying 57 refugees Between them. The coast guard the spokesman said can Levy fines up to $1,000 for breach of regulations Rega Ridln g Charters safety equipment and the like. So far in the exodus the coast guard has taken into custody 58 boats which have made the trip from Cuba creating a clutter on and beside its docks Here. The boats Are held while each Case is investigated. The latest vessel to join the aggregation was the 83-foot Gaviota jammed to the gunwales with refugees Many of them seasick. The vessel brought 89 refugees and 21 Crew members from the cuban embarkation port at Cama Rioca and pushed the total of exiles who have arrived to Date in the exodus close to 1,200. The cubans leaving with Castro a permission Are allowed to bring with them Only a Small amount of clothing a no Money. What they leave behind is taken Over by the government. Some of the refugees Landing gemini f. O. Eagles annual night dinner dance sat. Oct. 23 Harke s dinner 6 30 to 8 00 dancing 9 00 to 12 00 Husic by Mck Harra donation $2.50 free film you never have to buy another Roll of film Black amp White or Koda color in sizes 126-127-620 or 120 with each Roll developed and printed you receive a free Roll of same size and Type. Minimum 8 exposures printed we develop All sizes and types of film Bennington photo service 106 North Street Bennington it. Dial 442-5349_ store hours mon., tuos., wed. Thurs., Sot. 9 30-5 30 Friday 9 30 8 30 continued from i their medical examinations at 7 30 . Est at the special spaceflight medical facility on the Cape. The tests were completed shortly after 12 30 . Est. It was the last full physical for Schurra and Stafford until after recovery although the space pilots will be Given Quick checks four hours before the scheduled 11 41 . Est liftoff. After lunch Schirra and Stafford returned to their spacecraft Trainer for More of the seemingly endless series of practice sessions they have had for their unprecedented two satellite rendezvous and Hookup Mission. They and their spacecraft must be at their Best to successfully Chase their 26oot Agena target rocket through the sky and finally link up with it. Funeral Ormsby m. Goewey the funeral of Ormsby m. Goe Wey Well known resident of Arlington who died at Putnam memorial Hospital wednesday morning was heavily attended at the Mahar amp son funeral Home Friday afternoon at 2. The Rev. Clement g. Belcher Rector of St. James episcopal Church of Arlington officiated. Bearers were Edward Beagle of Sunderland Clayton Hulett James Thompson Mervyn Cro fut Walter Crofut John Ouhl John Walsh and Earl Prouty All of Arlington. Burial was in the family lot in Ira Allen cemetery in Sunderland where father Belcher offered the committal prayers. Thursday evening the old Fellows of Hope Lodge of Manchester paid their respects to or. Goewey who was a life member of the Stark Lodge of Bennington As Well As Hope Lodge. Attending with members of the Lodge were James Roberts past Captain of Rutland number six James Mcnaughton past p.g., and Frank Ald Man . Bear Mountain . Members of Rebekah Lodge also were present. Relatives and friends from Williamstown and Boston mass. Argyle n.y., Sunderland and Arlington attended the funeral. Five films set for sunday the five United nations films to in shown in the auditorium of Bennington High school sunday. Ort. 24, As part of . A observances Here will include a film that was awarded top honors at a recent Venice film festival. Entitled Quot the hat Quot the prizewinning film tells of a debate Between two soldiers Over a hat that has fallen into enemy territory. The debate raises simple but Basic questions about National sovereignty peace keeping disarmament and International Law. Other films selected for the free Public showing will provide a general introduction to the . Idea a general discussion of the social aspects of . Activity a specific instance of this activity and finally a Case study of issues raised by Quot the the movies will be shown beginning at 7 30 . Two hours later Bennington residents should come away from the auditorium with a far clearer picture of what the . Has accomplished in its 20 years and of what remains to let a done. Hen million briefs the Bennington Rescue squad with As Many members who Are Able to go will meet at 12 30 . Sunday to help canvass the North Bennington area for Coin cards. For the next seven sundays at 4 . Watn will be presenting a series of 15 minute taped programs on the latest developments under the Alliance for Progress. These programs were produced by the league of women voters of the United states. High ranking latin and North american experts discuss the historic aspects and the Overall View of the Alliance. 17 hikers trudge up to White rocks a Day off from school Beautiful weather and readily accessible Woodlands All added up to a very enjoyable Outing and hike to the Quot White rocks Quot thursday for a group fro i the Bennington area Myca. They were led by the Myca associate Secretary John Riddle assisted by Geof Locklin a member of the or. His club. Those who participated in addition to Riddle and Locklin were Kerry dose the Only girl Michael dose Bradley Sourdiffe Ronald Romano Gary Mclyn tort Robert Gerity Tom Clifford Gareth knights Ronald Myers Bruce Parmenter Walt Paronen ter Richard Boutin Tom Ltd Mody Regis Mayhew John Harte David Riddle and John Godek. New orchestra conductor off to resounding Start by Lisa Tate Williamstown mass. A clearly the new season of the Berkshire Community symphony orchestra is off to a resounding Start under the music anly direction of its new conductor Julius Hegyi. Its and his first concert on Friday night filled Chapin Hall in Williamstown even to the Side pews and window Sills with sin audience of All Ages and sizes a a truly Community audience. They were there to support Hirohito meets Hoff insisted that the government is giving priority at the embarkation port of Cama Rioca to those persons who Are leaving behind them the greatest amount of property. The Gaviota a skipper Spanish born cuban Francisco Taboada said he took a list of 300 refugees to bring out of Cuba but he was Able to bring out Only 89 due to red tape. Four Small Craft carrying a total of 99 refugees landed earlier at this Quot Freedom before the arrivals the coast guard had counted a total of 1,086 refugees Landing from Small boats in the two weeks since the Start of the exodus on oct. 7. Tokyo up a emperor Hirohito Friday displayed a Lively interest in the descriptions of the United states offered by nine visiting american state governors during an audience in the Imperial Palace. The interview went so Well the governors overstayed their time limit by 15 minutes. During the 30-Mlnute audience which stretched to 45 minutes the emperor spoke with each of the governors. The state executives met with the bespectacled 64-year-old emperor following a conference with governors from 23 japanese prefectures during which japanese prime minister Eusa Kun Sato gave a Brief address. Governors in the delegation Are John h. Reed of Maine Tim Babcock of Montana Henry Bellmon of Oklahoma John a. Burns of Hawaii Clifford p. Hansen of Wyoming Philip h. Hoff of Vermont George Romney of Michigan Carl e. Sanders of Georgia and Harold e. Hughes of Iowa. Rhode Island gov. John a Chafee is expected to join the others sunday. They Are Here for a Goodwill visit and meeting with 46 japanese prefecture governors. They were received by the emperor in a third floor reception room at his residence in the Moat encircled Imperial Palace grounds Hansen said. Hansen thought his mention of Yellowstone National Park excited the emperors interest More than any topic during the varied conversations which ranged from the automotive Industry in Michigan to wheat production in Oklahoma. 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., 05201 by the Banner publishing co portion. Members 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. Home delivery by Carrier and motor delivery Ioc per Day subscription rates by mall Tor 50-mile radius and All Vermont 3 months $6.30, 6 months $11.70, i year $22.50 elsewhere in the us. 3 months $7.00 6 months $13.00 i year $25.00 second class postage paid at Bennington it. 05201 their Community orchestra which numbers almost 80 players but they were obviously there to enjoy music too and the orchestra provided a Rich listening experience for them. Or. Hegyl a conducting was firm and incisive throughout with sweeping gestures during the More melodic sections of the concert but without the histrionics which sometimes seem to sweep conductors away and their orchestras with them. His interpretation of Beethoven a eighth symphony and Shostakovich fifth were at All moments absorbing and nicely wrought. Shostakovich proved the More Lively of the two symphonies on last nights program with its almost soulful melodies its dancing second movement its slightly martial ending. Though a somewhat derivative work it does have orchestral color which or. Hegyi fully exploited As he put his full orchestra to work. His rendering of the Beethoven though sensitive seemed More restrained not allowing the sound of the symphony to surge at its most dramatic moments. I think it is one of Beethoven s less dramatic symphonies but i found myself missing the fullness that was potentially there. Or. Hegyi comes to the Berk Shires from Tennessee where he conducted the Chattanooga symphony. He is partly a gift of the Rockefeller foundation whose Grant allows him to be a full time conductor for the orchestra a and last nights performance proves that he has rehearsed them Well for intonation phrasing and feeling All seemed in near perfect control. Under the Grant or. Hegyi will also establish a youth symphony at it. Greylock regional High school and will Institute a chamber music series As Well in addition to the three More concerts scheduled for the boso. Williamstown is Lucky to have or. Hegyi and the style he brings to his conducting make the trip to hear his orchestra worthwhile. It includes several instrumentalists from Bennington Eileen Carrier violin and Charles Thompson Bassoon As Well As several Bennington sons now at the Buxton school a David Bergmark violin and Chris Finckel cello. Quot prof axe Gas is the completely dependable household fuel. It is put through exacting tests to make sure it is the finest bottled Gas Money can buy. There a nothing better for appliances or peace of mind. J h Winslow plumbing amp heating Supply co 303 depot St. Tel. 2-6308 Jim Nab Nanby Donn by mrs. Smith Doest shop at Oneida. She Doest have to. She a Rich. Mrs. Jones does no to shop at Oneida either. She a crazy. Routes 2 and 7 Williamstown mass Good cheer Good food visit the longhorn room Steak or roast beef with salad potato garlic bread _52.95_ a a you la never Llue it a so Good for a so Little a lunch Kon ser \ Al open 7 Days a week

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