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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - September 1, 1965, Bennington, Vermont Stonnington Banner wednesday september i 1965 Kasi Arlington Leo Emery of Wilmington kilns for seat in District 32 in Marr Lumel Amelia Lawrence 375-2580 District 49 democrats will hold a caucus tonight at 8 at the last Arlington firehouse. Towns included Are Arlington Sandgate and Sunderland. Theodore Day son of or. And mrs. William t. Day has been accepted at Heidelberg College in Tiffin. Ohio Arlington Luelene Thompson 375-2325 or. And mrs. Martin Hertle who operate the Valhalla Motel Are celebrating their Silver wedding anniversary today. Wilmington Leo Emery has announced his candidacy As a Democrat for representative to the legislature from the seven town District 32, comprised at Wilmington Searsburg Dover Whitingham Readsboro Stamford and Pownal. Emery is one of six who have announced their candidacies in the District. The Only other dem Socrat is John Carrier of Whitingham. Republicans Are mrs. Doris Rice of Searsburg James w. Lounsbury of Pownal Ira d. Whitney of Stamford and mrs. Kenalene Collins of Readsboro. Emery served As town representative at Wilmington during rat z i to sry fresh of scariest fresh a fillets t ice i clams Haddocks Cream 55t la. 59 j pkg. 894 Coz Cai Nile super -3 Al t Iti 3 Market Leo my by the 1963-64 session. A and i never lost a Day a he says. While in office he served on the military affairs committee. He was also co sponsor of a Bill to turn it. Too Over to the state which was adopted last year. Last election however he lost out by one vote. Speed Riggs famous tobacco auctioneer recommends hew Hicky strike filters Lucky strike fillers they put Back the taste others take away we it of i my. Emery says he is seeking another term because he would like to see the educational Bill pushed through especially vocational training. He favors representation to Benefit Small towns and believes that consolidation of schools would help youngsters of such towns. He believes strongly in educational television. A it s the coming thing Quot he said. A but it should be on development of forests and Parks he thinks that their control also should remain in the hands of the state. A a they re do Long a Good Job a he remarked. But regarding the Deer Herd he said he favored fish and game dept control. Quot it knows More about it a he said. Emery stresses the importance of conservation and Good roads and bonding for Highway construction. A we certainly need the roads a he declared a and Only bonding makes them Small business enterprises too should be encouraged he said and supported by the state. As to regional listing of properties he believes it should be left on a town basis. A if the town listers need help a he said a they can ask for it. Individual towns have done it for years and Are quite capable of handling a if elected a Emery remarked a i believe i can do a Good Job representing the people of District 32, and i certainly will work in their Emery is a native vermonter. He was born in St. Albans and graduated from the Bellows Falls Academy. He has been a resident of Wilmington for 40 years and served 15 of these As town Constable and delinquent tax collector. He is a member of the masonic order elks and american legion. He is a widower with one son one daughter and four grandchildren. Grad a ath Jeffrey Gribbin of Arlington is spending a 10-Day leave with his parents or. And mrs. Fred Gribbin following completion of Basic training at . Coast guard recruit training Center Cape May . Ile will report to the fifth coast guard District at Portsmouth a. Going places this weekend Washington up a it will take at least $100 billion to finance a manned . Expedition to Mars. This was the estimate Given the Senate space committee tuesday by or. Donald f. Hornig president Johnson s space adviser. He also said it would be at least to years before . Scientists had enough experience to a begin even to plan intelligently for such a trip. A if this estimate $100 billion is anywhere in the right Ball Park a Hornig said a i can Only conclude that at this moment there Are a number of National objectives that seem More Ste Burrt a Irner bus terminal 126 Washington Avenue pm. 442-4808 new York City 7 trips daily $7.00 one Way $1 2.60 round trip Chi Good Reading lights no need for tiring night driving. Save time travel relaxed so one of Vermont transit s convenient night trips. Comfortable Vermont transit buses have personal Reading lights Are temperature cont rolled room equipped arrive right in the Center of town. Cheaper than driving your car Contact your local Vermont transit agent for convenient schedules. 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Now no tax on Luggage choose from Green off White red Blue Light Gray and charcoal train Case Reg. 17.50 now m2" a wardrobe Reg. 24.95 nows 17�?o store open every night this week till mount i Aureil ans opening september 21 Manchester of. Leslie Jones president of the Board of directors of mount Laurel school inc., has announced that the school will not open until sept. 21 As some of the Interior work on the new building has not been completed. Jones said the postponement was made with the approval of the state Board of education. Or. Evelyn Beattie of Peru who has taught at mount Laurel school since its founding will continue As teacher and will now also be principal. Engaged As a new teacher for the coming year is William f. Duffy who holds a bachelors degree in education from mass. State College in North Adams. Shaftsbury fran Stacy 442-6524 under a weeping Willow a a Willow tree May cause nostalgia to southerners but to these Manchester children a Willow tree combined with a rope swing is just Plain fun. Lee and Donna Bushee wait their turns As Andy Watson gives a push to Dorothy Bushee near Bushee a garage in Manchester depot. Prandini record court session at Hoosick fulls Hoosick Falls . A police Justice Robert k. Sulland conducted a record session in Hoosick Falls court tuesday night when he heard charges from 7 until 9 20 . Fred Weir 57, of 59 Church St., was charged with five misdemeanours two for being an unlicensed operator plus additional charges of operating an unregistered motor vehicle operating a vehicle without insurance and driving while intoxicated. Weir asked to be represented by counsel on All the charges. Justice Shiland noting that he had released the defendant on previous charges in his own recognizance Only to find it necessary to Issue a warrant for failure to appear set Ball on the five charges at $500. Weir was Given until noon today to raise the bail or be committed to Rensselaer county jail until the trial Date sept. 8 at 7 30 . Dorothy Miller of re i bus Kirk faced two charges. The first operating an unregistered vehicle was dismissed upon presentation of proof. A $5 Fine was imposed on the charge of having an inadequate Muffler. A charge of speeding against George Griffin of Salem . Look Here expert Well drilling and blasting modern equipment phone 362-1477 e. Dorset Vermont Stavens amp Frost was dismissed on a technicality upon a motion by defense attorney George Holbrook. Robert Andrews of 97 Oak St., Bennington pleaded guilty to a charge of travelling 40 mph in a 30 mph zone and was fined $15. On a charge of falling to keep right he received another $15 Fine. The Case of Andrew Schneski of 228 Putnam St. Bennington was continued in $20 bail for arraignment sept. I. William Maroney also of Bennington was Lound guilty to a frailly notes Booster night an annual affair to which the Public is invited was held at Taconic Grange aug. 26. A varied program had been planned by the co chairmen mrs. Edith Mccarthy and mrs. Eunice Myers starting with a Roll Call of members and a request that they report on their vacations. A poem a beyond tomorrow a was read by mrs. Frances Hunt mrs. Theresa Wood reported on a protecting the family against fire in the Home and a poem a a Grange Booster a was Given by Eddie Cross. Mrs. Chester Platt gave an educational talk on a trip to Barre and the Marble Industry and lecturer mrs. Eunice Myers reported on the work of Taconic Grange. All joined in singing a it s a Good thing to be a Granger a followed by a Reading a do you just belong by mrs. Ella Cross a a tribute to John f. Kennedy by mrs. Platt and mrs. Edith Mccarthy. A prayer by mrs. Mccarthy closed the program. The next regular meeting will be sept. 9 with or. And mrs. Merton Snow jr., Barbara Crawford and Carolyn Fox on the refreshment committee. Is lit fro Iii let ova space Center Houston up a soaring Over their Hometown sunday astronauts Gordon Cooper and Charles Conrad could spot the City of Houston and Clear Lake City where the manned spacecraft Center is located. They live at nearby Seabrook. They confessed they did not spot Houston s Pride and Joy the domed stadium. Charge of having an inadequate Muffler and was fined $10. Winston Hart of Middlebury it. And Paul Langlois of 225 Bradford St., Bennington both pleaded guilty to driving 40 mph in a 30 mph zone and were each fined $15. Helen Elett of Grafton Center was fined $10 on a charge of speeding and Marian Dunigan of Darling Street Bennington forfeited $25 Ball for failure to appear to answer a charge of speeding. Robert Cluni of Rockaway Beach Queens was fined $25 on a charge of travelling 55 mph in a 30 mph zone. The Rev. And mrs. A. J. Macdonald and son Ian have returned from a months vacation spent in Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island. Presently visiting the Macdonald Are the Rev. Or. Macdonald a brother and sister in Law or. And mrs. W. D. J. Macdonald and Young son Glenn of new Glasgow . Mrs. Jessie Hulet principal of the Shaftsbury elementary school has consented to be . Day chairman for Shaftsbury under mrs. Walter Stockmeyer. Mrs. Stockmeyer of Norwich is state chairman appointed by gov. Roff. The elementary school opened today and Many of the youngsters who Walt for school to close in june were eager to return. Perhaps some of the enthusiasm stemmed from the new dresses and suits boo bags and lunch boxes which Are almost a must for the first Day. The tentative Date set for the opening of the new kindergarten is sept. 13. Or. And mrs. William Bell and family who have lived on East Road for several years have moved to Arlington. Bell is a member of the faculty at Burr Anu Burton Seminary in Manchester and mrs. Bell is employed at Putnam memorial Hospital. T he Pownal Vera 823-7716 mrs. Anna Thompson has returned from a two week vacation in Whittler Calif where she visited her son and daughter in Law or. And mrs. John Thompson and their two daughters Nancy Ann 5 and Carole 3. A special Union service was held sunday in North Pownal for congregations of the first Baptist and congregational churches. Following the service several Young people and adults were baptized during ceremonies at the Skrypak Pool. Receiving the rites were William Gary and Theodore Church Bertha Braymen mrs. Kenneth Snyder and or. And mrs. Wesley Burdick. Assisting the pastor the Rev. John c. Hatch were deacons from both churches Earle Church Benjamin Powell Ronald Brookman and Lloyd Rath Bun. The Date of the Pownal democratic caucus has been set for sept. 16 in the town Hall with the principal order of business the election of a town committee and officers to serve for the next two years. Mrs. Anna Thompson local chairman said the time of the caucus will be announced later. Back to school it was Back to school today a Little Early this year for most Pownal Young people. The three schools in the Pownal town District reopened with a record enrolment anticipated. Classes also resumed at the two Bennington High schools with Hoosick Falls Central school scheduled to reopen sept. 8. Twenty three pupils from the Pownal Are attending Bennington Catholic High school with two ninth Grade enrollees Catherine Tornabene and Peter Winn. Skat Hoard loll Ann Arbor mich., up a during the six week period doctors at the University of Michigan and St. Joseph mercy Hospital have treated nearly 50 fractures resulting from skateboard injuries. Fractured Ankles were the most frequent injury and the doctors report that Many broken Ankles were violent types of fractures resulting from High Speed. Among those treated were 21 University of Michigan students and one physician

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