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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - September 6, 1963, Bennington, Vermont 2 Bennington Banner Friday september 6, 1963 around Vermont three state Loans approved Montpelier apr the Small business administration says a total of $47,000 in Loans have been approved for three Vermont firms. Gordon w. Morris sea manager in Montpelier said William j. Sykas will get a $30,000 direct loan. He operates the lobster pot restaurant Here. Sel bar weaving inc. Of Newport manufacturer of Wool ties will receive a $10,000 participation loan while Gene r. And Barbara Fletcher of Rochester mortician and funeral directors will get a $7,000 participation loan. Fire marshal probes blazes Burlington apr the state fire Marhsall a office is investigating two fires that broke out on Riverside Avenue. Burlington fire department officials said thursday there was no apparent reason for the blazes. Other circumstances including a false alarm at another location made it apparent a probe was needed they added. Both fires resulted in Elt text be Enlace. Children s Aid gets $200,000 Hardwick apr the Vermont children said society inc. Has received More than $200,000 from the estate of w. Vav. Marshall of Hardwick and Daytona Beach Fla. The society will receive 40 percent of a Trust fund established for charitable purposes under terms of Marshall a will. Other beneficiaries include the United Church of Hardwick the Hardwick Hospital and three f Lorida institutions. Marshall who died in 1044, operated a store in Hardwick for Many years and dealt in real estate in Florida. To it see in s ortion on Reservoir Montpelier apr go heft Siadto Daythan a Jbv All Means he will seek imn hate planning action on the proposed Gays Volle Reservoir construction project in Stockbridge. A report issued in. The governors water resources study panel released wedge w. Recommended the governor Call upon the department he Atis concerned to get together with the corps of engineers regarding the project which has been under consideration since 1940. The governor did not detail the action he planned to take. More la to relies hold student services five Day forecast tax Bill Montpelier up City announced thin s a t school students begin ii Trinity methodist chm congregational churl Christ episcopal Chur. The project re it it policy statement Deel urn should be eliminate no the services i . For High sch youngsters. Hoff it i. Montpelier representing the t Vermont without representative of the ton electric c1 it operative Sion. Among topics to in die state development Grant t electric Power i the to 1 three More churches in the capital Hev will hold prayer services for Public Monda y. H first Baptist Church and Bethany the will join in the project with san the services wednesday. It i cont state Board of education lat Bible Reading and prayer recital a in its Public schools. Id runday through Friday at 7 30 i 8 20 . For Grade school n Kiwi Rii towns it meets today with a committee a it and Granby the Only towns in in ervice Board and the washing i v re scheduled to attend the ses us Sec a inane was. Was the possibility of using a e introduction of St. Lawrence Over in new York medical College promotes three Albany a three members i the clinical faculty of Albany medical College have been promoted to the rank of professor or. Harold c Fri. F the a it e announced today. They Are l i if lion Truscott professor of neurology or. William i. Ids professor of psychiatry and or. William p Nelson Iii. I lessor of postgraduate Medicine. All formerly held the rank of associate professor. Postman hoi it red Iii Rensselaer Rensselaer a Veteran postal Carrier of this town was signally honoured for excellence of performance on his route thursday. Louis o. Deyuan. A Veteran of 33 years received a $100 Cash award a certificate and pin from the postmaster in the presence of fellow postal employees. The award is a new one for the department. Post Hole Digger a weapon Troy a a Post Hole Digger which featured As evidence in an assault Case a it now been brought into supreme court As evidence in a suit growing out of the seven year old criminal action. It was Aile Edh used by or. And mrs. . Polsinelli in an attack upon Robert j. Adams who seeks $25,000 damage. What. No Oil Viler a to years Mechanicville a an elderly woman drove a 1932 Cadillac v-12 into a Gas station and filled its 30-gallon tank. When the attendant went to Check the Oil he found the Hood padlocked. The Driver Sal i she kept it that Way because she had lost the be Aud complained she could t get anyone to tune the engine any More As a result. The untuned 12 Cylinder purred smoothly nonetheless. A s Pilot Imp driven a troopers Albany a state troop s on the new York thruway drove a total of 70,974 Miles on t e Long labor Day weekend it has been announced. Dou n in Berkshire Williams St Mien i lined Tor Beer by inn in p Williamstown a a 18-ve.u old Williams College student from Lancaster. P>., w a tined $35 in Williamstown District court yesterday on his guilt plea to a change of purchasing liquor. Richard k Dodge admitted that he had falsely represented his age in tin Purchase of a six pack of Beer. Postmaster i i Mil in gets appointment North after two years of waiting Raymond l. Merrigan Active p to master has been nominated to a permanent appointment a pre i de tit Kennedy. I ast permanent postmaster was Harold v. Gunn Ison who died More than three years ago. Merrigan supplant i Francis j. Florini now mayor also a temporary appointment. Gets 5 to 7 years Tor Bertille ged Man Pittsfield a i Rands e. Russell of this City was sentenced to five to seven years in state prison yesterday in Berkshire Superior court by judge Francis j. Quirico when he pleaded guilty to charges of unarmed Robin by during which Fie beat an 87-year-old resident of Pittsfield. At the Sam. Session the fudge ordered 35 Days observation for Lawrence Walden jr., of Williamstown charged with arson in the burning of a private Home Iii Williamstown. Boston apr . Weather Bureau five Day forecast for Northern new England Massachusetts and Rhode Island the temperature during the next five Days saturday through wednesday will average three to five degrees above the seasonal Normal. Warmer Over the week end followed by a Little cooler the first of next week an then warmer again about wednesday. Precipitation during this period will total on the average four to eight tenths of an Inch occurring in rain Eastern Massachusetts new Hampshire and Maine tonight and in showers scattered thundershowers late sunday. . Help sought for cheap plane Washington apr a plan for Federal Aid for development of a Low Cost Short haul air plane has been proposed by rep. Brad Morse a mass. Morse revealed the plan yesterday in presenting a Bill to authorize the Federal aviation Agency to work with other government and private agencies to develop and test a plane designed for local service. Morse told the House that although the civil aeronautics Board has recommended such a plane it is a neither now available nor even on a drawing he said a plane with a capacity of 24 persons and i too pounds of cargo a would enable airlines to operate locally at a lower Cost and meet the need for frequent trips Between local introduction of the Bill coincided with a speech in the Senate by sen. Tom Mcintyre d-n.h., advocating a compact Airliner As an answer to the air service needs in new Hampshire and similar Low density population areas. The plan follows cab action withdrawing permission for Northeast airlines to Fly to Florida thus returning Northeast to a regional Carrier. Northeast officials have said with present Large Craft the line will be unable to serve Many smaller new England airports and probably could serve Only larger regional ports. Bra ii i on association holds Fleet Ion Sunda it Brandon a Herbert g. Hunt jr., president of the Brandon training school association has announced that the first meeting of the 1963-c4 season will by sunday at the schools administration building lounge at 2 . Officers for the coming year will be elected. Association meetings Are open to All the parents relatives and friends of students and patients at the school. Telephones business 443-6300 newsroom 443-2 800 display Advertis ing.442-2684 the Bennington Banner is published daily except sunday and Legal holidays St 425 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 it per Day subscription rates by mail 50 i. Radius and All v Ermont mos. $4.25-6 to. $8.00�? i or. $15.00 elsewhere in the . 3 mos. $4-25-6 mos. $9.00�? i or. $17.50 special rata or Serviceman my s0e� 1961 Falcon 2 dr., stand. A trans., r amp h 1395 1957 Chevrolet 2 dr., 6 cyl., r amp a stand. Trans. $695 Liggett b0sw0rth sales amp service North Bennington Road Bennington it. Vote delayed till sept. 26 Washington apr with the backlog of legislation still building up the House is not expected to vote on president Kennedy a tax Bill until about sept. 26. The Date represents another slight postponement for action on the proposed $11 billion tax Cut. The tax reduction and revision measure and civil rights legislation have been Given top priority rating by Kennedy. The House Calendar is choked and there is no sign of any drive to Clear it. In private conversation key House members seem resigned to a session lasting almost to the end of the year. They say there is no Point trying to set the kind of Pace at which the House would be operating if it hoped to adjourn in the next few weeks. The feeling is also prevalent that no matter what the House does the Senate is committed to Long debate on the limited nuclear test ban treaty and on civil rights before any other legislation of major importance is disposed of. Hockey history new York up a sixteen cities have participated in american hockey league Competition since the circuit was organized for the 1936-37season.cleveland and Providence Are the Only franchises to Field teams every year from the Ahles inception thirteen medics put Back severed by train Boston apr a 13-Man medical team worked More than to hours last night and rejoined the completely severed right of a 44-year-old father of seven to his body. A spokesman at Massachusetts general Hospital said circulation had been restored in the . He declined to comment on the chances the delicate Complex process of restoring the limb to usefulness would succeed. Lennart Turnquist of 88 Hancock St., Reading a machinist was found in Wakefield lying unconscious beside Railroad tracks. His severed was lying nearby. Turnquist was taken to Melrose Wakefield Hospital. Doctors packed the severed limb in ice and rushed it and Turnquist to Massachusetts general Hospital where a year and one half ago a surgical team made medical history by rejoining the severed of 13-year-old Everett Knowles of Somerville. Young red Knowles has continued to respond to treatment and doctors have expressed optimism Liat he might become the first person in medical history to regain full use of a completely severed limb. Turnquist a wife said her husband had been working in their Yard on their automobile. He set off on foot to a nearby garage to get a part she said. Jason plan backed Many of Vermont a High schools a totally inadequate a Raynolds says Montpelier apr the chairman of the state Board of education says a Large number of Vermont s 83 High schools have a totally inadequate academic programs. Harold c. Raynolds of Pomfret interviewed on radio yesterday also declared there was a a vast disparity of educational Opportunity in the different schools. Youngsters attending schools in South Burlington Springfield Brattleboro and some other districts Are offered better educational opportunities than Are the children in other parts of the state Raynolds said. He expressed support for the Union school District concept construction of comprehensive High schools and Federal Ald to education. Federal Aid could be administered without a a injurious controls the one time democratic congressional candidate said. All balled up Dayton Ohio apr an angry woman called the Montgomery county sheriffs department to complain about Golf balls from a nearby Golf driving Range hitting her trailer Home. Later she showed deputies the dents in her trailer and then produced More evidence 940 Golf balls shed picked up around the trailer since last Spring. Raynolds said the Federal government should be assured that Federal Money is spent on education but the manner in which the Money is spent should be left up to the local educators. He pledged the state Board of education would make a concerted Effort to provide an a equal Opportunity for Quality education to All of Vermont s 86,000 school children. Raynolds was interviewed on radio station Joy am and pm. Morning noon and night the businessmen All meet at the Vermont restaurant but you done to have to be a businessman. On North St. Bennington Vermont restaurant swifts Premium protein Boneless Chuck 79< stewing beef l.79 Daisy hams .69< Walker s food Market off to College i keep a in touch with Hometown news. Buy a school subscription to the Banner like a letter Krom Home. Haye the ban in or Mai Eli directly to you by Ehn Dan on a student subscription. Only special rate offer expires october ii. Imbt 8 mos. Subscription pleas Send the Banner to meat special student subscription rates name address City state a Check m enclosed a Bui be at address a begin sending ban Ner on this Date

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