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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - September 22, 1965, Bennington, Vermont 2-h<, manner wednesday september 22. 1965 around Vermont slk.000 awarded in damage Case Montpelier up a a Vergennes couple has been awarded $18,000 in damages for injuries received in an Auto Collison nov. 18, 1962. Robert and Verna Duprey had filed a $40,000 suit in . District court against the estate of John h. Deforge of Schenectady . They charged that their injuries were the result of negligence on Deforges part. The suit said that mrs. Duprey had to undergo a serious operation As the result of the collision. Judge Ernest Gibson made the award. Mining loin puny files in Vermont Boston court looks at vote laymen testimony the Bonus prize a new sweeps lure a South Burlington mining and Manu association articles with the Secre Montpelier up factoring firm has filed tary of states office. The firm Doc rom inc., was incorporated to mine Quarry and manufacture talc Asbestos Lime serpentine and other minerals. A total of $3 million of capital Stock a 30,000 shares at $100 per share a has been authorized. I Sii permits widened or crossing Montpelier up a the Vermont Public service Board has ruled that Rutland City officials May Widen the Temple Railroad crossing. City officials had petitioned the Board for permission to Widen the crossing and change the existing Grade because of the amount of Rush hour traffic. They also requested that the Vermont railway inc. And the Delaware and Hudson Railroad be made to move signal boxes from a crossing Island. The boat j granted the request and ordered the two railroads to foot the Bill for the Job. Mai. Man named at by i Brattleboro up a a Keene . Man has been appointed program director and chief Engineer of radio station we it at Brattleboro. The appointment of David s. Calef was announced today by station president David Parnigoni. Calef has been with the station since june 1964 in the programming department. He also owns and manages Vanguard productions and Drasca records at Keene and writes a weekly record column for a new Hampshire publication. Roasts Quot Omen Castleton a Castleton state College has been notified that three of its graduates have teen chosen Quot outstanding Young women of this is the first time Castleton alumnae have teen so honoured. The three were miss Virginia l. Herrick of North Clarendon and saudi Arabia first it. Joyce Robinson Hutchings of Sel fridge air Force base mich., formerly of White River Junction and miss Irene p. Tibbetts of Mohegan Lake ., formerly of Barton. All three have taught in Vermont schools. Quot outstanding Young women of american is an annual biographical compilation of approximately 6,000 outstanding Young women. Mrs. Lyndon Johnson is honorary chairman. Her in n Ork sewn Fie facilities pledged Rensselaer a the City of Rensselaer scored earlier this month by the dept of health for water pollution will have a sewage treatment Plant and other facilities in operation by feb. I 1970, according to an agreement reached during a Public hearing by the department in Albany tuesday. The agreement Calls for either an updating of the 37-year-old sewage treatment Plant or a new comprehensive sewage and waste study. The City of Albany another contributor to the Hudson River s pollution has pledged full sewage treatment facilities by Jan. I 1971, it Lliel of police retires water a i i t a John p. Fleming of round Lake has retired As chief of the Watervliet Arsenal Security police after 26 years of service. He joined the Arsenal Security Force in 1939 following 12 years of service with the Delaware amp Hudson Railroad police. In the same year he was promoted to the Post of Quot fourth Man a the equivalent of the present Day rank of sergeant. He was promoted to lieutenant in 1942 and in 1958 was appointed chief of the Arsenal Force. In 1959 he graduated from Provost marshal general school fort Gordon a. Scottish show set at Kim Troy a the scots guards whose pipes Drums and dancers will join those of the Royal scots Greys regiment in the Royal marines Tattoo will be seen in the capital District directly from the Edinburgh festival on sept. 23 at the rpm Field House for one performance Only. The bagpipers of these two famed and hard fighting regiments who for 300 years have led their comrades into Battle will fill the huge Field House with the wild skill of the bagpipe. In the Royal marines Tattoo two Royal marines bands will furnish i completely contrasting Type of music. Down in Berkshire baby Dies Dunn Quot trip Williamstown a Timothy Lindblad two month old son of or. And mrs. Norman Lindblad of Scotia ., died Early saturday afternoon after being stricken on . 2 near Here and rushed to the Williamstown police station where efforts to revive him were unsuccessful. Cause of the death was not immediately known. Basket factory to re open Becket a an old Basket factory sold at Public auction for taxes saturday has been bought by Athos d. Rossi of Munson who said he plans to resume Baske making As Well As the manufacture of Woodenware there. Rossi plans to employ eight to to persons and will begin operations Jan. I. Yemi ont do draws to. Is i Springfield a tuesday was Vermont Day at the Eastern states exposition and an attendance of 30,431 marked the occasion leading a ski instructors demonstration was . Vaughn of Manchester vt., the National ski Speed record Holder. A Jamaica it. Woodcutter Lowell Naeve gave demonstrations in making old fashioned Wood cuts. Miss Carolyn Berley of Enosburg Falls vt., Riding in a car and holding the state Flag led the Vermont Parade at 4 . Berkshire estates Solti Tyringham a two Well known estates in the Berkshire have been sold according to the great Barrington realty firm of Wheeler Ltd Taylor inc. Or. Henry Field world famous anthropologist has sold his 180-acre estate to writer Jeffrey Potter of Southampton . The other estate 250 acres partly in West Stockbridge and partly in Austerlitz ., was sold by John Gillies of Grumman aircraft to Henry b. Hosmer Boston attorney with Goodland Proctor and Hoar. Boston up a defense attorneys today planned to continue Cross examining a former executive councilor who testified that another councilor handed him $2,500 shortly after the Council confirmed the reappointment of a state official. Edward j. Cronin now clerk of Newton District court testified in Superior court tuesday that he was Given the Money in Quot fifties and hundreds by councilor Joseph Ray Crim in ins a Somerville 30 minutes after voting for the confirmation of Anthony Dinatale As state Public works commissioner april 8, 1960. Crim mins councilor Raymond f. Sullivan a Springfield and former councillors Ernest , of air Haven and Michael j. Favulli a Worcester Are charged with conspiracy and requesting and accepting a bribe. Former gov. Foster Furcolo who is on trial with the four councillors is charged Only with conspiracy a a Misdemeanour. The bribery charge is a felony. Patrick j. Sonny Mcdonough a Boston a member of the 1960 executive Council and former it. Gov. Robert f. Murphy of Malden who presided Over that Council both testified tuesday. The Only other living member of the 1960 Council Augustus g. Means was expected to testify today. Judge Eugene a. Hudson made a Point tuesday of re five Day forecast Boston up a the new England temperature during the next five Days thursday through monday will average More than six degrees above the seasonal Normal. The . Weather Bureau said today the weather will turn colder in extreme Northern sections thursday with cooler weather forecast throughout the Region saturday. Some normals for the period Are Boston 64 Worcester 59 Nantucket 61 Providence r.i., 61 Concord ., 57 Burlington vt., 57 and in Maine Portland 56, Eastport 55, Greenville 52 and Caribou 51. At Boston the Normal maximum temperature during the forecast period is 72 and the Normal minimum is 56. Precipitation during the period will average More than .5 of an Inch occurring As thundershowers thursday and again sunday or monday t the new promotional scheme was disclosed tuesday by Edward j. Powers executive director of the sweepstakes in a speech to the advertising club of new Hampshire. Manchester . Up a the new Hampshire sweep. A a _ stakes commission is consider heatedly reminding the jury that Long a plan Ive is prizes Cronin s testimony of receiving it persons who buy tickets Dur a bribe from Crimmins was not the next few months it to be weighed against Furcolo or the other three councillors on trial. Cronin also testified tuesday that eight weeks before the final confirmation of Dinatale he Crimmins Sullivan Favulli and Stalun decided to hold up Dinatale s appointment in an attempt to extract some Campaign funds from him. Quot to the Best of my recollection five of us sat Down and Crimmins said a Here a Tony s plan tale s reappointment coming up. Quot a this is a Campaign year. Well All be seeking re election or other office. It is pretty Well known he s a pretty Good fund Raiser and maybe we can get him to raise some funds for us Quot Crimmins allegedly told Cronin. Cronin said he was unable to recall anything Favulli Stasiun or Sullivan said at the meeting but said he remembered Crimmins stating that he Quot would make known our wishes to or. Cronin admitted under Cross examination tuesday that the four defendants helped him gain the lifetime Job of Newton District court clerk. Cronin an optometrist was re elected to the Council in 1960 but resigned late that year when Furcolo named him to the Post. The testimony tuesday by Cronin came As the first Surprise in the trial which was in its third Day today. A jury of nine men three women and four alternates Are hearing the Case. Earlier tuesday councilor Mcdonough testified that the Council dragged its feet on con firming Dinatale s reappointment Quot because members of the Council Felt we weren t getting enough Mcdonough questioned by judge Hudson said he was referring to Quot jobs for people in our districts and putting trucks on for constituents. Quot we had the feeling that senators and representatives were getting too much and the Council too Little Quot Mcdonough said. It. Gov. Murphy said he could not recall whether he personally took a position on the Dinatale appointment. He said he could shed no Light on Why the nomination was held up by the Council for eight weeks. Lenient courts scored for rime increases Poland Spring Maine up a James l. Handley special agent in charge of the Fri office in Boston charged tuesday night that Public apathy and lenient courts have resulted in Quot Moll coddling Quot of criminals and increased crime rates. Handley speaking to a meeting of the new England association of chiefs of police said if lower courts and rehabilitation services were More severe criminals would not resort to More serious crimes. He also criticized Public apathy and outmoded Laws As the Bennington Banner telephones business. .442-6300 newsroom. 442-2800 advertising. .442-2684 the Bennington Banner is published Day except sunday and Legal holidays at 425 main St., Bennington vt., by the Banner publishing corporation. Member 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 10c per Day subscription rates by mall for 50-Mue radius and All Vermont 3 months $6.30, 6 months $11.70,1 year $22.50 elsewhere in the . 3 months $7.00 6 months $13.00 i year $25.00 special rates for servicemen. Second class postage paid at Bennington it. Quot the time has come for loud and Strong support for the men engaged in Law enforcement who at the risk of their own lives protect the american Public and their property in Many cases for a Mere pittance Quot the Fri agent charged. Handley said Law enforcement has a duty to society which it strives to fill despite Public apathy. Quot surely society must work just As diligently to carry our its responsibility attention and encouragement to those men who want Only to serve to the fullest of their capabilities Quot he said. No indictments in Sid a jury on police tactics Mobile Ala up a a Federal grand jury investigating alleged police brutality against civil rights demonstrators in Selma and Marion refused to indict anyone. The jury had investigated the use of Billy clubs and tear Gas by state troopers and Dallas county authorities in blocking civil rights March from Selma to Montgomery last March 7. Scores of negroes were injured in the Melee. Grand jury Foreman Charles w. Forrest told . District judge Daniel h. Thomas the jury considered accusations against seven persons in five separate cases but declined to return formal charges. Forrest in his terse report said the jury worked six Days and questioned 49 witnesses. Thomas recessed the grand jury indefinitely. Justice department attorney James p. Turner declined to comment on the jury report other than to say Quot they worked Forrest said the grand jury made the report Quot having performed the services to the Best of our Turner later was approached by several jurors who expressed their disappointment at the jury s action. Dar president sees dancer in left thinkers Montpelier up a the president general of the daughters of the american revolution said tuesday that Quot left Wing thinkers Quot like opponents of right to work Laws Are More of a threat than communists. Mrs. William Henry Sullivan of Scarsdale . Made her charge during the annual meeting of the Vermont Dar. Quot although communists make up the direct attack on our free society left Wing thinkers Are More dangerous. Their attack is Subtle and often innocent Quot she said. Other left Wing thinkers As she called them Are people who oppose loyalty oaths school prayers and Bible Reading in schools. Intake of minium Moscow up a Monika Askene of Vilnius Lithuania has visited a doctor for the first time in her life Tass reported today. The woman complaining of a hearing defect is aged 118. Full service banking a Man needs full service banking when he has the responsibility of a Home car and family. Get full service at. The Vermont Bank and Trust company Bellows Falls Chester Brattleboro Rutland Bennington Manchester member Federal Deposit insurance cooperation dress hats All the new fall shades and fabrics $695 other styles $3.95 noon a next to North so parking lot he said this could be done by having a drawing of those ticket numbers which have been sold for example by dec. I on dec. 15. The commission would draw too numbers and pay $50 in prize Money to the ticket holders. He said the Bonus prizes would Only be an incentive to encourage the Purchase of tickets during the Winter months and would not effect the status of the tickets for the actual sweeps drawings when tickets Are paired with horses nominated for the race. The new proposal is Only one in a number of new schemes worked out by the sweeps commission in recent months to boost ticket sales. This year s sales totals in the nations Only Legal lottery were Down from last year and far below the earlier estimates. Powers acknowledged this tuesday. Quot i feel that the new Hampshire sweepstakes program has been a remarkable Success Quot he said. Quot i say this with full consideration of the fact that our sales were Down from last year and that we did not reach our estimates and he said Quot we have had to learn from our own experience and to accept the fact that we operate in a following the disappointing sales totals this year the sweeps commission instituted several innovations and discussed others. One of the innovations was the institution of two sweepstakes races next year a $75,-000 added Quot Rockingham Park special Quot Early in the thoroughbred season and the $250,000 added new Hampshire sweepstakes classic run on the last saturday of the thoroughbred meet. Powers said the commission also intends to explore further the use of tickets by business firms As incentives for customers and employees. Quot from the standpoint of advertising Quot Powers said Quot the new Hampshire sweepstakes program is either a dream or a Nightmare depending on your Point of View. There is no Money in our budget for advertising. The Federal mail statutes preclude our placing ads in newspapers and acc regulations prohibit the promotion or advertising of the sweepstakes by Means of radio and Powers said the lottery has been Quot both exciting and frustrating stimulating and disappointing a but Overall he said in the year and one Thalf since the sweeps has been in operation a number of myths have been exploded. Quot the new Hampshire crime rate has not increased As a result of the sweepstakes program nor will it. Racketeers and criminals have not taken Over the program nor will they. It is not a tax on the poor As alleged and a recent Una Survey of our prize winners has confirmed our own conclusions that purchasers were from the Middle class and from All economic when was the East time you were told a motor Furnace repair was it going to Cost you an extra Penny luxury Lowboy Binfield Mark i series go 715 21&Quot tube Overall diameter 265 a in. 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