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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - October 30, 1965, Bennington, Vermont 2-Bennington Banner saturday october 30, 1965 Bennington briefs municipal court Peter a. Bird of Bennington has received the Bachelor of science degree in electrical engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of technology. He is among 445 graduate and undergraduate students who received degrees from Mit in september. The first quarterly meeting of the Vermont state association of Emblem clubs will be held thursday nov. 4, at 7 30 . At the Rutland elks club. Any member interested should Call Connie Labeau at 442-2045. Tax notice Bennington taxpayers Are reminded that monday nov. I is the last Day for payment of local property taxes without incurring a penalty. The office of treasurer Michael j. Hogan or. Will be open today to 5 . And monday from 9 . To 5 . For the payment of tax Bills. There will be informal dancing on the gym at the Bennington area Myca from 7 30 to to of clock this saturday evening october 30, it was announced by Myca general Secretary Leonard j. Black. The Bennington Rod amp gun club will hold its november meeting monday at 8 . At the fish hatchery South Stream Road. The first quarterly meeting of the Vermont state association of Emblem clubs will be held thursday at 7 30 . At the Rutland elks club. Any member of the local club interested should Contact Connie Labeau at 442-2045. Halloween party at elks club saturday Buffet 7 to 9 dancing 9 to 12. Bill Hart and orchestra. In costume $1 per person without costume $1.50. Prizes for Best costume. Adv. The office of or. James s. Shea will be closed from nov. 4 through nov. 7. Open nov. 8. Adv. Madkour scentral Market open sunday 8 to i i m aint v Sun and misses ponchos $14.98 $16.98 $18.98 Dryad ales free parking armory lot next door open till 9 . Thurs., Fri. Amp sat. For your shopping convenience ne16& a a am 736 main Strait a judgment of guilty issued by a Bennington municipal court jury last week has been set aside by presiding judge George m. Fienberg and a new trial called for. The jury had found Alice w. Nicholson of Bennington guilty of a charge of careless and negligent driving Accident resulting. In response the woman a attorney Margaret s. Lillie has filed two motions one asking the court for an acquittal judgment notwithstanding the jury a finding and a second asking for an arrest of judgment which in effect meant that the defense Felt the original complaint to have been a faulty one and that therefore the judgment of guilty should be set aside. Judge Fienberg reported Friday he had denied the first motion but had granted the second which meant he said that a new trial would have to be held. In a municipal court session Friday sentencing of two youths who had earlier pleaded guilty to a charge of breaking and entering in the nighttime was carried out by judge Fienberg. One of the two youths Roland s. Stone 18, of 311 main. St., had his plea of guilty set aside and was adjudged to be a delinquent minor and committed for the remainder of his minority to the weeks school in Vergennes. On oct. I Stone had pleaded not guilty to a charge that he had broken into noon a store at 144 North St. But on oct. 20 had changed this plea to guilty. A pre sentence investigation was ordered at that time. Representing Stone was his court assigned counsel Robert e. Cummings or. Fienberg noted that Stone had spent some previous time at the weeks school but As a a a dependent minor not a delinquent one. This committal Fienberg said was apparently primarily because Stone had been neglected by his family and not because of any crime he had committed. The other youth Gerald e. Tardy 19, of Bennington was sentenced to 12 to 18 months in the House of correction at Windsor. Tardy on oct. I had also pleaded not guilty to the breaking and entering charge but on oct. 20 had changed his plea to guilty at which time a pre sentence investigation was also ordered in his Case. He was represented by atty. John b. Harte. The sentence will run concurrently with another sentence which he was ordered to serve for violation of parole. Two other persons who also pleaded guilty to similar charges of breaking and entering noon a store were sentenced the Bennington Banner telephones business. .442-6300 newsroom. .442-2800 advertising. .442-2684 the Bennington Benner is published 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 entitled exclusively to use for republication of All local news printed in this newspaper As Well As All up news dispatches. Home delivery by Carrier and motor delivery 106 per Day subscription rates by mall Tor 50-it he 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 the the to take full advantage of your to Seti Hook on to the Cable for 8 great channels better reception Call today better to inc. 317 main St. Bennington it. Dial 442-9395 earlier this week. A fifth person also accused of the same break has pleaded not guilty. A number of new cases were also dealt with at fridays court session. Donald p. Snyder 23, of Shaftsbury was sentenced to three months in the county jail after he pleaded no contest to a charge of careless and negligent driving Accident resulting. The charge was brought in connection with an Accident in which Snyder was involved on the Airport Road oct. 22. The stiff penalty came after states atty. R. Marshall Witten ran Down a list of previous court appearances made by Snyder. These had involved one earlier conviction of careless and negligent driving two charges of non support both still pending and two complaints of breach of peace. In August Witten related Snyder had been found in contempt of court and sentenced to 30 Days in jail. Since his release sept. 14, Snyder had made no temporary support payments for his family As ordered by the court Witten said but had paid a Fine of $30 for a Friend at a court session earlier this week. Robert j. Solari 18, of Manchester Center pleaded guilty to a charge of having driven while his License was under suspension and was fined $100 plus costs of $13.50. Don h. Stratton 16, of Shaftsbury was fined $35 and costs of $5.10 after he pleaded no contest to a charge of careless and negligent driving. The charge was brought in connection with an Accident on downtown main Street oct. 24. Raymond r. Hallenbeck 42, of Winhall pleaded guilty to a charge of driving while intoxicated in Sunderland Oft. 18 and was fined $100 and costs. He was Given an alternate jail sentence of 30 Days if the Fine is not paid by a week from monday. Philip Fortier 68, of Fitchburg mass., who pleaded guilty to a charge of attempted Petty larceny was sentenced to three Days in jail. The sentence was considered served and the Man was released. He was accused of attempting to steal a bottle of wine from the grand Union supermarket in Manchester oct. 22. He was also sentenced to one Day in jail a sentence also considered served after he pleaded guilty to intoxication. Norman j. Gagne 18, of Watervliet n.y., was fined $15 and costs of $5.10 after he pleaded guilty to exceeding the Speed limit on . 7 in Dorset oct. 23. Brian r. Smith 17, of Wapping Conn., was fined $25 and costs of $5.10 after he pleaded no contest to a charge of violating the Law of the Road. His plea came after states atty. Witten had changed the original charge against him from one of careless and negligent driving Accident resulting. Fienberg considered a a Lack of experience As the a prime cause a for Smiths Accident. Funeral if it o. Vav full for the funeral of Bert o. Weller Well known resident for 38 years of the South Stream Road was Well attended wednesday morning at the Hanson Walbridge funeral Home. The Rev. H. Glenn Payne pastor of the first Baptist Church officiated. Or. Weller died sunday morning at his Home. Tuesday evening services were conducted by Tucker Lodge a am Ai North Bennington it. Anthony chapter no. I order of Eastern Star Bennington and the Rev. Or. Payne led the deacons and Deaconesses of the Baptist Church in prayer and the hymn a bless be the tie that bearers were William Duni can James Provencal Harold Hicks Clement Gilchrist Alfred Dunican and Ray Crosier. Honorary bearers were Everett Lillie Leo Fay a. Daniel Mason Floyd Patterson David Bushnell Forrest Smith. Burial was in the family lot in Park Lawn cemetery with the Rev. Or. Payne offering committal prayers. Relatives and friends attended from Athol Holbrook Irving North Adams and Lynn mass. And Milford Conn. B0nnbbeil 1006 lotion makeup frosts pharmacy North St. Tai. 2-5980 Bennington it. Exclusive agent in Bennington county new directions set for Church Council at Woodstock meeting Charles Boyle joins sales staff at Dodge fibres or. Charles Boyle of Bennington has joined the sales staff of Dodge fibres corporation Hoosick Falls n.y., effective oct. 25. This announcement was made by Dodge fibres sales manager William Petitt. Boyle will be assigned to the Home office of Dodge fibres at Hoosick Falls and will be primarily responsible for sales of plumbing products. In addition he will help to determine the suitability of new products now under development for addition to the plumbing products line. Boyle a native of Rotterdam n.y., is a graduate of Hudson Valley Community College in Troy where he majored in mechanical technology. Since graduation he has been employed by Ben Mont papers Here in the engineering and personnel departments except for a period of Active duty with the . Air Force. Charlie his wife Marilyn and one year old son James now reside at 122 Jefferson Avenue. Obituary mrs. Edna s. Spaulding Weston a mrs. Edna Sykes Spaulding 73, wife of Ryland r. Spaulding died Friday at her Home Here. She was born april i 1892, in Holland vt., the daughter of Melbourne and Agnes Ellis Sykes. She married or. Spaulding May 20, 1922 in Holland. She had been a methodist Church member and a member of the women a society of Christian service. Surviving besides her husband Are two sons Gilbert of Weston and Ryland or. Of Manchester three daughters mrs. A Dis Stevens of Chester mrs. Hilda Crawford of Globe ariz., and mrs. Irene Frappier of Rutland one brother Roger of Holland four Sisters mrs. Florence Smith of Derby line mrs. Bertha Forbes of Westford mass., mrs. Margaret Robinson of Scranton penn., and mrs. Helen West of Nehawka neb. Six grandchildren one great grandson nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held sunday at 2 30 . In the old Parish Church Weston with the Rev. Gary my la in pastor officiating. Burial will follow in the Maple Grove cemetery. Friends May Call at the Adams funeral Home in Chester saturday from 2 to 4 . And from 7 to 9 . In lieu of Flowers contributions May be made to the old Parish Church. Comet visible u until sunday Cambridge mass. Up a the illusive Ikeya Saki Comet showed itself to Amateur astronomers in new England Friday. The Comet was viewed by a group of graduate students at Harvard Observatory. The smithsonian astrophysical Observatory said Amateur astronomers throughout the Northern hemisphere will be Able to View the Comet during the Early morning hours through sunday. Woodstock a delegates from churches in More than 30 Vermont communities representing nine different denominations met sunday afternoon at St. James episcopal Church in Woodstock for the annual meeting of the Vermont Church Council. Conducting the meeting was the Rev. R. G. Illingworth of East Montpelier and the principal part of the Agenda was presented by the newly called executive minister the Rev. Roger l. Albright formerly of the Rutland area and now resident in Burlington. New directions for the activities of the Council were established in several different ways a Lay person was elected president for the first time a chairman of a key committee was elected from outside the ranks of the member churches in the Council and a proposed restructuring of the Council was ratified. Elected president was mrs. Earle to Bralley of Barnard not Only the first Lay person to serve in that office but the first woman. Mrs. Bralley is a former president of the United Church women and has served on the Church Council executive committee for several years. Elected chairman of the new committee on economic life was it. Gov. John j. Daley a roman Catholic. The Council a cooperative organization of churches primarily in the protestant tradition in this Way expressed its willingness and desire to work cooperatively not Only within its own Circle but with those of other faiths As Well. Bringing the number of member communions to nine the Church of god was formally received into membership at the meeting. The other member denominations of the coun strike continued from Page i. Panyk a Choice of the Junior Man the a one other senior candidate proposed by the Union will be Given a trial period on the Job ranging from in working Days to four weeks a specific figure to be agreed to in each Case by the Union committee and management. If however during the trial period or at its end management does not believe the Union selected Man is doing the Job successfully a pavement will meet with the Union and explain Why. Management will then have the Opportunity of placing its selected Man on the lob. Any employee who does not qualify on the Job after the trial period will be Given the Opportunity to return to his former Job at the former rate of pay. This procedure according to the company proposal will apply to Job vacancies in All company Grade Levels la through 15, which Are the grades applicable to production jobs the higher the Grade the higher the Basic rate of pay. Other Grade Levels 16 through 22, a Union official explained would not be covered by the procedure since these Are considered to be skilled jobs. Clarence b. Ewins Usu business representative who was on hand during much of the two Days proceedings told a reporter that if at the end of the trial period the Union Felt the senior candidate which it had selected to be qualified for the Job but management did not then the matter would have to go to arbitration in accordance with procedures spelled out in the Basic contract. In other words he said the company would have to spell out Why or How the unions senior candidate did not meet the company a work standards for the Job in question. Following the Union memberships enthusiastic acceptance of the company a proposal Ewins noted that the Union had in effect negotiated a whole new clause to its contract but had done so in the Middle of the contract period hardly the Normal course of events. Referring to the nearly two Day old strike he commented a i Hope a negotiation like this does no to come up every Day. The company and local signed a three year contract in april. Bag of 10-54 Nestle bars 3 7< i la. Molasses Peanut butter kisses 29< trick or treat candies 49< Cli Are Baptist episcopal so Doty of friends lutheran Church in America methodist unitarian universalist United Church of Christ and United presbyterian. It is interesting to note that these denominations represent through mergers and unions what formerly were 13 denominations. The reorganization of the Council included the establishment of a department of inter Faith cooperation that is described As a the extended hand of Good will to those of other faiths to participate in the work of the in this department is the social. Action committee which has already invited members of the roman Catholic and jewish communities to join the committee on Faith and order which is working jointly with the roman Catholic ecumenical commission in plans for the january week of prayer for Christian Unity and the new committee to be headed by it. Gov. Daley. The meeting was recessed to november 8 at 7 30 ., when the executive minister will be it officially installed at an ecumenical service of worship in Ira Allen Chapel on the Ulm Campus in Burlington. Representatives of la faiths will be participating in that service at which the principal speaker will be the Rev. Or. Eugene l. Smith executive Secretary for the .a. Of the world Council of churches. Winners announced in painting contest prize winning paintings in the annual Myca contest will be displayed in main Street windows for a few Days starting monday morning. Judging was done Friday night at the Myca by Pat Sherman Sylvia Gordon Linda Tilgner Alma Paquin cd Frank Paquin and after difficult deliberations prizes were awarded in two age groups. Leonard j. Black the my can a general Secretary announced the winners As follows grades 7 and 8 a first Jean Shultz 13, Grade 8, Beni second Cathy Noyes 13, Grade 8, Beni third Carol Noyes 14, Grade 8, Beni honorable mention Missy Marceau 12, Grade 7, St. Francis de sales Dennis Harper 13, Grade 7, Timothy Viereck 12, Grade 1� Shaftsbury Wally Killian 13, Grade 8, Beni Nancy Buck 13, Grade 8, North Pownal Nancy Boodakian la Grade 7, Beni Everette Sweet 14, Grade 7, North Bennington. Grades 9 to 12 a first Dan Shultz 17, Grade 12, Beni second april Koehler 17,Grade 12, chs third Carol Ryder 14, Grade to Beni honorable mention Edle Lacker 16, Grade 11, no school Given Kevin Thibodeau 18, Grade la Beni Sally Pratt 14, Grade to chs Madeline p. Gratton 17, Grade 12, chs Bernice Bent 15, Grade to Beni lots Hiu 17, Grade la Beni Susan Pratt 17, Grade 12, chs. Winners can pick up their paintings and collect their prizes next saturday nov. 6, at the Myca office. Attest Tiofil Hunters get your Hunting clothes now Hunting Coats Hunting pants Wool shirts flannel shirts shoes easy Teh Sis Fienberg 447 main St Bennington it. 9 to 9 wed., thurs., Fri 9 to 6 mon., tues., sat. Benmore North St. Shopping Plato Bennington Quot prices i re Horn Here. Horsed else there a automated . Bigger buying Power super duper Market depot Street Bennington it. Nek Kitch Enaid. Cove Rimini Portage dishwasher How about a front loading dishwasher you can use As a portable now build in later when you desire. Choose the All new Kitch Enaid superba Varicy reconvert Ible portable. No installation expense. Easy rolling no tip design. 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