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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - September 13, 1963, Bennington, Vermont 2-Benninkton Banner Friday september 13, 1963 around Vermont election atmosphere prevails Essex Junction apr election Campaign atmosphere abounded last night As More than 200 republicans attended a Chittenden county gop rally. Party leaders said the overflow crowd was an indication to them that the republicans would win the major Battles at the polls next year. Among those attending were rep. Robert t. Stafford r-vt., it. Gov. Ralph a. Foote House speaker Franklin s. Billingsjr. And rep. Roger l. Macbride a Halifax. Enrolment up at state colleges Montpelier apr preliminary figures indicate enrolment is up this year at the four state colleges. Castleton reports total enrolment at about 590. The figures for the other schools Johnson 300 Vermont technical 258 and Lyndon 240. School officials said that while figures were incomplete they represented new highs in enrolment at All four institutions. Driver hits state s lop policeman Burlington apr rain slicked streets caused minor traffic accidents yesterday involving in separate accidents the head of the Vermont state police and a local police Cruiser. William h. Baumann Public safety commissioner was driving a state owned Sedan when it was hit in the rear by a car operated by John j. Broderick 27, of Manchester . Broderick a car skidded on wet pavement causing minor damage to both cars. Patrolman Richard g. Holcomb was driving a Cruiser Down main Street when it collided with a Sedan operated by Delwin b. Mayo 17, of Winooski. Holcomb said the Cruiser skidded. Two fenders were dented on each car. Road would Cost $12 million Burlington a the state Highway department said wednesday that Burlington s proposed West Side expressway would Cost More than $12 million to build. Highway officials also said they Are going into the planning stage for the so called a Green route for the expressway which runs to the East of North Avenue. The Cost estimate and announcement of the decision to begin making plans for the Green route were delivered by the officials to Burlington a planning commission at a meeting in Montpelier. Frank a. Balch chairman of the planning commission and the Highway department stressed however that the decisions were not final and subject to change. The proposed expressway routes have generally been identified As Green and Orange because of the colors used by the Highway department in drawing the routes on a map. The Highway according to the plans would begin at the South Burlington line at the Shelburne Road interchange of the interstate Highway Lead along the West Side of the City and eventually connect with the interstate again in Colchester. The Orange route would run along Lake Champlain following the Rutland Railroad tracks. Hamburger stand opposed South Burlington a Strong objections by residents Here to the opening of another hamburger stand on Williston Road attracted a capacity crowd to a zoning Board hearing this week and led to rejection by the Board of the application submitted by the company that wants to build the stand. The Mcdonald corp. Of Chicago 111., wanted to build the stand. Area residents armed with a petition with 390 signatures said they though the stand was not compatible with the present neighbourhood would reduce business volume of local merchants would evaluate business property w Ould be a traffic Hazard and would be a Light and noise nuisance. William Hoppenrath Field Engineer for the Mcdonald firm said his company had established 506 similar stands in 46 states. A we done to hire car hops Don t have blaring music and cigarette machines and Appeal to the station Wagon set rather than teenagers a he explained. Nero mothers charge discrimination Rutland a two negro mothers whose sons were denied admission to a private Nursery school Here have charged racial discrimination. T he charge has been denied by miss Edith Philips who operates the school. Miss Philips said there was no room in the school for the four year old sons of the two women mrs. William Murray and mrs. Henry James. A space shortage occurred after All previous pupils had been accommodated and after the enrolment was reduced when the school moved recently miss Philips said. Mrs. Murray said the negro youngsters had been accepted but were denied Entrance this week on the first Day of school. Two White boys were admitted in their place she claimed. The mothers complaint is scheduled for investigation by a City biracial committee. Just poking around by Agnes Rockwood Over in new York boys compensated Tor injuries Troy a two Troy youths have received award for injuries one for $2,600 for a broken leg and the other for $800 for a fractured wrist. The two settlements were authorized by 4 supreme court judge. A Mcarthur my Martin suffered the broken leg in a Muddy quagmire on the football Field during a Flag Grid game. Richard Ingraham suffered a wrist break when he fell from a trapeze where he was exercising under supervision. Hum la dedication sunday Rensselaer a when it. Rev. Allen w. Brown d.d., broke ground for a new Church last january he had to use a Jack Hammer to break the Frozen Earth. Nonetheless the Church was built and this sunday Bishop Brown dedicates the new edifice. Down in Berkshire i downpour drenches North Berkshire North Adams a More than an Inch of rain fell in this area to less than an hour thursday evening in one of the seasons i heaviest electrical storms. A Bolt flattened a Large Elm on Latham Street in Williamstown and area streets were littered with debris branches and leaves. Falling branches disrupted electric service in several sections and broke two lines requiring lengthy attention by service Crews. The heavy rain will be regarded As a Blessing Here if some of it ends up in empty municipal reservoirs. North Adams teachers arc an jury North Adams a open criticism of Drury High school by school Board members augmented by a stinging editorial in the North Adams transcript charging mediocrity caused 45 angry members of the school faculty to invade a special meeting of the school committee thursday night. Before the meeting was adjourned All agreed that Steps must be taken to erase the image of Quot dreary High school. Football Loaches appointed Pittsfield a the school committee appointed two High school football coaches last night after by passing the subcommittee on athletics. It also took exception to the criticism of Eagle sports editor Roger of Gara on the boards handling of athletic matters. It also named teachers to fill 14 vacancies caused by resignations from the system. Where 40 died on 4,800-foot Roc de la Rouquette in Southern France lies the wreckage of a French Airliner that hit the jagged Peak during a storm. Killed were four crewmen and All 36 passengers British tourists going to Perpignan. A photo Justice dept. Enters airline Case Washington apr the Justice department is trying to breathe new life into Northeast airlines petition to reverse a civil aeronautics Board ruling denying the Carrier its lucrative new York Miami franchise. The cab has revoked Northeast a temporary certificate to Fly that route which is now the exclusive province of Eastern and National air lines. The department yesterday asked the cab to reconsider its decision and postpone the oct. 14 deadline by which Northeast must abandon the routes. The Justice department said if the new York Florida route does not require at least three carriers a there is not a Market in the country that the department intervened in the Northeast Case it said not because of any particular interest in Northeast but because the cab s finding seemed contrary to the facts. Apparently acting on the Behest of sen. Leverett Saltonstall r-mass., and sen. Robert m. Kennedy d-mass., the department found that the cabs decision to revoke Northeast a franchise is a contrary to the boards enunciated policy of More than 20 the department pictured the air Industry As a still Young and vigorous a with an almost untouched traffic potential. A great numbers of americans a it said a Are yet to enjoy their first flight. A the Board s opinion seems to be based on the false premise of a Static and Frozen Industry a the department said a with Little or no growth the department called the new York Florida route a dynamic Forward looking a and with a virtually unlimited horizons. A the Spur of Active Competition a it said a should not be lightly cast Saltonstall and Kennedy had asked the department to study anti Trust facets of the cabs finding. The Federal Agency had held top Driver Westbury . Up a John Chapman was the leading Driver at Roosevelt raceway last year with 71 victories. It was his first full season at the Long Island harness racing track. That Only two airlines Are needed to service the new York Florida run. The department said the new York Florida Market is a Strong enough to support three carriers offering reasonable sen. Threatens then forgets but Bill fails Washington apr a in a going to get my amendment before this Senate or in a going to resign from the Senate the Day after tomorrow a said sen. Norris Cotton r-., yesterday. Sen. Richard b. Russell a a. Called this As dire a threat As he had Ever heard but later Cotton said with a smile that he was withdrawing it. The new Hampshire senator became aroused when he Learned of an agreement limiting debate on a medical education Bill to 30 minutes per speaker. Cotton said t h e agreement a a gagged his attempt to present an amendment he considered a matter of a life and death to his state. The amendment would provide up to 50 per cent forgiveness of a student loan for a doctor or dentist agreeing to practice at least five years in a state with a shortage of medical service. Many counties in new Hampshire Lack adequate service Cotton said and without it a Many people of my state can to have medical a if my people were Black you a do this for them a he shouted. A if they were in Pakistan or India you a do it for them. If they organized a March on Washington you a do it for them. A but they re just Humble Ordinary folks and they have Only their senator to represent democratic Leader Mike Mansfield of Montana said he had tried to accommodate All senators before presenting the debate limiting agreement. Republican Leader Everett Dirksen of Illinois came to his defense. Mansfield offered to withdraw the Bill but Cotton urged against this. Finally Cotton was awarded an additional 75 minutes to present the amendment. But it failed by a 43 to 39 vote. Boy gives big hand with restored Arm Boston apr freckle faced Everett a a red Knowles greets visitors with a firm handshake these Days As he and the Massachusetts general Hospital Chalk up another Milestone in the trailblazing Effort to restore completely the youths severed right Arm. The Hospital said yesterday red continues to regain use of the severed limb and now has a Strong Power of grasp in All fingers. The nerves of the youths right Arm were rejoined a year ago tuesday in a precedent setting operation. His Arm was severed by a train May 23, 1962. A the two most important nerves in the Arm the median and the ulnar continue to regenerate at a satisfactory rate a the Hospital said. A the Power of grasp in All fingers is Strong feeling is Good and some function has returned to the muscle in the Palm that controls the Fine motion of the reds Progress reports Are anxiously noted by Lennart Turnquist 44-year-old Reading Mason who also lost his right Arm in a Railroad Accident sept. 5. Surgeons reattached turn quistas Arrn in a 10-hour operation and Are now waiting to see if the surgery will be successful. Early reports say the Many a blood circulation is Good and his pulse steady. Doctor s also noted that Knowles can now flex his Elbow suggesting a that regeneration is also occur Long in the Tuscul cutaneous nerve which was repaired with a graft from a nerve in the red is continuing to exercise his Arm. Once a Pitcher for a Little league team he now catches baseballs with a specially designed Glove on his left hand then drops the Glove and throws with the same hand. With All the restaurants in town it must be a toss up As where to eat have you tried us lately you might be missing something. On North St. Bennington Vermont restaurant halibut Steak a 79 swordfish Steak it 73 mrs. Harlot c. Poole Kenyon of Albany ., former Art supervisor in the Bennington graded school District will present an exhibit of her paintings at a Silver Tea at Willcomb Hall Grace and holy immaculate Church at Robin Street and Clinton Avenue Albany on sept. 21 from 3 to 5 . The artist has extended an invitation to friends in this area to attend the Tea and exhibit. John and Julia Maxmillian of Pownal Are travelling again. They re on a Brief vacation in Bermuda making the trip by pan american Jet. They were staying at the bermudians hotel which overlooks Hamilton Harbor. A card from them reports they have experienced Beautiful weather and that there Are crowds of tourists. Or. And mrs. David s. Jar Eckle and family of Middle Pownal Road Are now located at 1522 Henry St. In Berkeley Calif. Jareckie a member of Benning ton High school faculty is on the West coast studying at the University of California on a John Hay Fellowship this year. He and his wife Grace and their three children Ellen 4, Ann 3, and Wren to months made the trip Cross country a 6,377 Miles a by car. They took 50 Days and camped out every night except one. After 20 Miles travelling Over the National Bison Range in Montana a a Dusty ride a they decided to stay at a Motel that night. Jareckie has been on Beni faculty for nine years where he teaches us. History modern history world geography and problems of american demo Cracy. Several Days in the English Lake Region. A highlight of the trip was the International horse show in Dublin. The methodist Church and the anglican Church Are carrying on conversations about uniting. The first step or. Vogell said will be to try for inter communion. After that will come the try for Union but he believes that it will be a longtime coming. There will be a year s conversations even before inter communion is proposed. While in Ireland or. And mrs. Vogell visited Blarney Castle and the Clergyman kissed the blast Stone. All entries for the a mrs. Thrift Wise Quot contest must be in the hands of the judges by oct. 31. All entries must be sent to a mrs. Thrift Wise Quot judges american mothers committee inc., 136 East 57 St., new York 22, . The judges Are looking for hints involving better ways of Home managing. These might include How the family budgets tips in shopping ideas to ease housecleaning laundry and ironing chores Short cuts in sewing and clothes care time or Money saving in food Purchase and preparation or any other effective advice. Five Hundred thousand plaid Stamps will go to the chosen titleholder and another 500,000 will be shared by nine other Topnotch homemakers. Bradford Academy principal Harold s. Rising former Bennington High school principal was pictured recently in the Bradford United opinion As he. Was preparing for the opening of school. He was once on the Academy faculty. The Rev. Frederick a Vogell d.d., pastor of the fifth Avenue state Street methodist Church in Troy ., and a former pastor of the local first methodist Church has returned after a six weeks preaching Mission in the British Isles and the Republic of Ireland. Mrs. Vogell accompanied him. Or. Vogell preached aboard the United states on the Way Over and Back gave sermons in methodist churches of London and Leeds England a methodist Church in Edinburgh Scotland a presbyterian Church in Belfast in the North of Ireland methodist and presbyterian churches in Cork South of Ireland and a methodist Church in Penarth Wales. In each Church he gave two sermons morning and evening to Large congregations. He and his wife spent weekends with families of churches where he was to preach and so had a Chance to talk with the people. They also met other clergymen and distinguished educators. They saw the new Coventry Cathedral and Salisbury Cathedral visited Oxford and York and spent William g. Powers or. Of North Adams mass., has been appointed principal and teacher of the upper grades of Washington elementary school in Washington mass. He has served for eight years in youth organizations and is associated with Williamstown mass., Little league baseball serving As league Secretary and minor league program director. He has substituted in Benning ton schools Hinsdale Peru and Washington and also at Egremont school in Pittsfield mass. He is a graduate of St. Joseph High school and holds his . Degree in education from North Adams state College. 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Wash in Wear finish. Up to to Yard lengths 36&Quot to 45&Quot widths. Ideal for dresses blouses Brunch Coats. _ assorted prints. By Ami Tom 3 1 Driver wrecks haste makes waste 14-ton truck to save car Beacon Falls Conn. Apr the Driver had a Choice. He could let his 14-ton truck ram a convertible carrying three children or he could drive it into the Naugatuck River. So Henry d. Murray 46, of Baltimore md., drove into the River thursday. His tractor Traller was heavily damaged police said but Murray escaped with cuts and bruises. A if i Hadnot swerved a he said a i might have killed them a front tire on the convertible driven by Patricia Picanso 19, of Naugatuck blew out. The car veered from the right to the left Lane of the Highway which parallels the River just As Murray was passing. Quilts get help from everywhere Maracaibo Venezuela apr the four Day old Prieto quintuple boys were reported in Good health today their future brightened by funds for their education and support. Their Mother mrs. Ines Marie Cuervo de Prieto 34, was also reported improving As venezuelans responded to her concern Over How to support five new sons in a one bedroom Home on her husband s $10 a Day income. She received a letter from president Romulo Betancourt saying he had set up a group insurance policy for educating the boys. The Caracas newspaper Elna clonal established a a foundation for Ald of venezuelans various firms sent gifts. The father an Oil company Foreman received two weeks paid vacation. Denver Colo. Apr last february thieves stole a car parked by or. And mrs. Arthur j. Nichols in front of their Home. The car was found aug. 24 in los Angeles and Nichols went for it last week. He washed it bought new tires and filled the Gas tank. Last weekend the car was stolen again from the same spot in front of their Home. A if they had waited one More Day we would have had the car waxed too a mrs. Nichols said. Like Mew 7 r a compact cars 1962 Pontiac tempest 4 cyl., 4 or. 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