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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - September 9, 1966, Bennington, Vermont 2�?Bennington Banner Friday september 9, 196f> around Vermont women a clubs to meet Al Ludlow Ludlow a the District meeting for the Vermont federation of women s clubs in the Southern District will be held sept. 20 at the United Church Here. Federation officers will speak and department chairmen a plans for the year presented. Mrs. Ivan Burnham first vice president will conduct the morning session and mrs. Hoyt e. Battey sr., will give the presidents message at the afternoon meeting. Mrs. Henry Merrill Southern District president is making arrangements for the program. Mrs. Irwin s. Kendall attorney and mrs. Stuart j. Thurber former school Board member both of Brattleboro will speak at the afternoon program on a build with youth for a better ground broken for school Hyde Park up a ground has been broken for a new $2.3 million Union High school Here. The Lamoille county Union High school for grades 7-12, is the fourth comprehensive secondary school under construction in Vermont. The towns of Belvidere Cambridge Eden Hyde Park Johnson and Waterville have joined to build the new school which is scheduled to be completed in sept. 1967. Superintendent Olin Robbins says the opening enrolment is expected to be 650, although the facility has been designed to handle 850 students. Area vocational facilities will Cost $530,000 and another $125,-000 will go for vocational equipment. There will be More than 30 rooms in the Plant. License suspensions reported Montpelier up a motor vehicle commissioner James Malloy says nearly 4,000 Vermont motorists have had their operator s licenses suspended during the first eight months of 1966. Malloy thursday said 394 suspensions were handed out because of driving while intoxicated convictions. Careless and negligent driving convicted produced 581 suspensions he said. The largest number of suspensions 933, were for speeding convictions. Youth Dies from Accident injuries Burlington up a Peter Gibbard 20, of Ticonderoga n.y., died thursday from injuries suffered in an Accident which also killed his brother. A spokesman at Degoes Briand Hospital said the youth suffered a broken Back arms and legs and multiple injuries last saturday when his Scooter collided with a car near his Home. His brother Chester 12, was killed in the same mishap. The Accident occurred within 25 feet of their Home police said. Named Farmer of year Morgan up a Harry Durgin 57, of Morgan has been selected Vermont s 1966 Farmer of the year. The Vermont Green pastures committee selected Durgin because of his excellent Herd top forage and general management ability of his 400-acre farm. The Durgins along with the winners in the other five new England states will be honoured sept. 16-18 at the Eastern states exposition in West Springfield mass. A Over in new York priest labor Leader to be tried Albany a the Rev. Donald j. Bauer a roman Catholic priest from Syracuse and Albany labor Leader David w. Patrick thursday pleaded not guilty in Albany police court to charges of unlawful intrusion and disorderly conduct brought against them by St. Peters Hospital in this City. The two will be tried next tuesday. Father Bauer who had been lodged in jail after refusing bail was released thursday without bail. He and Patrick were arrested wednesday after they refused to leave St. Peter s Hospital where they had gone with several other Union representatives to seek an interview with Hospital officials. According to father Bauer the group wished to protest the treatment of a cafeteria worker who they claim had her work hours drastically reduced for passing out Union literature. St. Peter s employees Are scheduled to vote sept. 19 on whether to organize. Father Bauer Long Active in the Field of civil rights was the Only Clergyman allowed by Alabama authorities to Pray Over the body of mrs. Viola g. Luizzo after she was shot to death two years ago following the Selma March. Youth collapses Dies on run Hudson Falls a a 15-year-old Hudson Falls High school Sophomore collapsed and died thursday afternoon moments after beginning a practice run with his schools Cross country team. Clinton e. Yemans had just begun jogging with other team members when he stopped and fell according to or. Milton j. Greenberg Washington county Coroner. Decision As to cause of death is being withheld pending an autopsy or. Greenberg said. The boy s coach Richard Young said he found the youth gasping and tried to keep him breathing by artificial respiration but to no Avail. Berlin Soldier killed in Viet Nam Berlin a a 21-year-old Merlin Soldier died tuesday in Viet Nam As the result of an explosion according to a newspaper report. Airman 2c Robert j. Lawlor lived in Troy until 1953 when he moved to Berlin. He had enlisted in the air Force last March. Further details of his death were not available. A Down in Berkshire Noel f held cts new lights North Adams a Noel Field has been illuminated by 48 powerful new lights. The lights installed at a Cost to the City of $6,625, Are believed to be the Best in Berkshire county George a. Fairs chairman of the Park and recreation commission said thursday. The beacons he said Are the most modern Ball Field lighting equipment out today. The majority of them 38, were Only recently invented. The other to Are the orthodox incandescent variety and Are focused on Home plate because they Are Glare free. Anti racing group gain strength Pittsfield a the ant racing Berkshire county committee of 1,000 reported thursday that a last minute flood of petitions has Given the organization close to 10,000 signatures in its drive to make certain the commercial racing question appears on the november ballot. The petitions Are being delivered to the office of the Secretary of state in Boston today atty. Lincoln s. Cain chairman of the executive committee for the group announced. Dogs ordered restrained Adams a following a hearing wednesday night by the selectmen on a petition from neighbors who have protested dogs Barking three Elm Street dogs were ordered restrained for a year. It is the first such determined action in several years. The dog officer was instructed to maintain a Check on compliance with the selectmen s order to see that the dogs be kept inside the House or be on a Leash with someone accompanying the animals when they Are outdoors and to report any violation to the selectmen who will reopen the hearings and consider disposal of the animals. Fly away thwarted Cpl. Douglas Crane an employee at the Tennessee state prison in Nashville displays part of a homemade balloon discovered in the prisons tailoring shop to have been used in an escape plot by several prisoners who planned to float to Freedom Over the prisons High Walls. Up Federal funds sought for maternity care Boston up a the Boston Herald said today that the state department of Public health will submit a program to Washington next week to provide for maternity care for Low income families. The program would involve a series of medical Quot outposts Quot operated by four of the City s major teaching hospitals in Low income areas. It was estimated that More than half of Boston s families fall within the income eligibility limits for such maternity care and that therefore half of the City s 14,000 annual births would fall under the scope of the program. Institutions participating would be Boston Hospital for women University Hospital Beth Israel and Boston City Hospital. Couples earning less than $4,500 would be eligible to take advantage of the program for their first child. The minimum two . Cities Start busing negro students Boston us a nearly 13,000 negro pupils from Boston and Hartford Conn., today were attending predominantly White schools outside their neighbourhoods thanks to special busing programs. As school opened Here thursday 220 negroes were bused to six affluent Boston suburbs where they attended classes from kindergarten through 12th Grade. The children Are participants wrong Skunk Springfield mass. Up a a Rose by any other name May smell As Sweet but a Skunk is a Skunk by any name. When 14-year-old David Ryan went out to feed his deodorized pet Skunk Petunia tuesday night he could not find it in the Cage. Searching nearby Woods David came on a waddling White Stripe which he put in the Cage. Returning shortly afterwards with food David was confronted with two pairs of eyes and Strong Spray. It seems that Petunia had been hiding All the while beneath leaves grass and shavings in the Cage. David quickly freed the other Skunk. In the federally financed metco program designed to bring negro youngsters into Contact with the world outside the ghetto. A similar program involving 265 children began wednesday in Hartford Conn. A second busing program this one privately financed is underway in Boston. It is operation exodus. Under exodus some 800 negro pupils piled into 15 buses and were dropped off at 19 schools in White neighbourhoods of Boston. The program carried out by negro parents working with donations to defray transportation costs and other expenses is twice As big this year As it was when it started in 1965. Mrs. Ellen Jackson chairman of the program has appealed for $120,000 to run the buses and $60,000 for tutorial and office costs. Some 93,000 students of All races turned out for the opening Day of Public school classes Here thursday. The opening went smoothly on the whole but three schools with total enrolment of 1,000 were unable to finish repairs in time to admit students. It was hoped the would be operational Day. Sen. Aiken predicts tax hike Johnston up a sen. George d. Aiken r-vt., predicts president Johnson will recommend a Federal tax increase sometime after the nov. 8 general election in an Effort to Cool off the nation s economic Boom and finance the War in Viet Nam. Aiken s prediction came thursday during a Brief address Here to the annual meeting of the Vermont electric cooperative. At the same time the state senator told the More than 700 Coop members not to expect the economic Boom to last forever. A we Are at War Quot Aiken said a and wars Aren t free. They Aren t even Aiken who has addressed the annual Coop meeting since the organization started in 1938, also praised the efforts of Rural electric co Ops in bringing electric Power to Rural residents. He said the Rural electrification administration Rea is undergoing another assault mounted by private Power Industry. Aiken considered a National Champion of the Rea movement characterized the current National Effort of the private Industry As a a severe and vicious Quot attack. Other speakers at the meeting included gov. Philip Hoff and rep. Robert t. Stafford a it. The governor pledged that his administration would continue its fight to bring Low Cost electric Power to Vermont despite the setback his proposal to import Power from Canada suffered or the 1966 special legislature. Wife and Mother testify on truth of Jostus statements Hyde Park up a lawyers for both sides prepared briefs today in the Case of a Canadian born educator accused of falsely advertising a proposed College As a degree granting institution. Lamoille county judge Harold Sylvester set sept. 16 As the filing deadline. Or. Jano Jost 47, who is also accused of falsely advertising that he holds four doctoral degrees testified in his defense prior to the conclusion of testimony thursday. His wife and Mother also testified. The state contended that Jost s advertisements in the Boston Globe earlier this year were false and misleading since the proposed College had not been accredited. Jost s Mother mrs. Carmela Jost testified thursday through a German interpreter that her son attended Leipzig University in what is now East Germany from 1942 through 1945 and received four doctoral degrees. The Gestapo the nazi secret police confiscated All the family records during world War ii she said. Jost testified that copies of his University records were unavailable because of the Gestapo confiscation and heavy bombing of Leipzig during the War. He said he entered the University under a different name because his life had been threatened several times. His wife Charlotte said that the three Vermont newspapers whose investigations led to the false advertising charges a printed lies and should be she said her husband intended turned along european stand to Start a College in this North pm Vermont town that would the state concluded its Case be a unique in Vermont and Pat wednesday. Sri i j if a my political advertisement income would be upped $600 for each additional birth. The $1.5 million program called a maternity and infant care project for the City of Boston Quot would be funded on a $3 to $1 basis by the . Children s Bureau. Or. Dorothy Worth assistant state director of maternal and child health and an architect of the program said a infant mortality occurs at a rate of 25.5 deaths for every 1,000 births in the City As a whole. But the rate rises to 33 in poor sections. A that Means an extra eight deaths per 1,000 a year Are due to poverty and its ramifications. It s Well known that the poor do not just have less Money. They have More diseases and accidents less knowledge of syrup Toms and poorer nutrition and housing All of which Are known to impose hazardous environmental influences on pregnancy and girls fall skirts sizes 3 to 6x a 7 to 14 3.98 7.98 coordinated tops. Too Dryad ales f ree parking armory lot next door i politic a l Adver Tise me n t Best qualified by far Bedford for state treasurer you can t beat this experience chairman 1966 House appropriations committee a 1961-65 chairman of Board amp acting president of Vermont state colleges Max or Ltd h arg kdf1ird treasurer Porter Hospital Middlebury a corp orator Burlington savings Bank a president Vermont dairymen a association a owner Mil away farm Cornwall i 30 purebred Ayrshire . University of Vermont Charles Black Stowe it get Republican schools by Mon is Gas clean burning silent economical that a Why so Many modern people Cook with Gas heat with Gas and heat hot water with Gas. Go modern go Gas Vermont Gas corp. 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