Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Sep 22 1966, Page 9

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - September 22, 1966, Bennington, Vermont A misses flannel pyjamas $ i your Choice of Many colors and styles. Sizes 34 40 our Reg 1.77 Vai. Now Only. Men s cushioned work socks no bind top and Heel and toe is reinforced. Sizes to 13 men s heavy weight it Thermal underwear Long sleeve shirts or drawers. Circular knit Tumble dried and pre shrunk. So l Al boys sizes 3-8 it Corduroy pants flannel lined warmth. Zipper front snap closure. Boxer Waist. Many colors. Ladies 100% Nylon it support stockings sheer stretch in beige or White. Firm healthful comfortable support. So a. Tour Dollar Leas never bigger Riant brings you an exciting Lection of fall values for this Money saving event. Hurry in tomorrow thru sat ladies poor boy it jerseys combed Cotton. Long sleeve Turtle neck style in White Blue Black yellow. So a. Misses new fall it shirts 9 Roll up or Long sleeve Choice of wanted fabrics. Prints solids patterns. 32-38. 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To House passes reservist callup Bill Washington up a the House has passed and sent to the Senate a Bill to let president Johnson Call up to 198,000 reservists and National guardsmen for Active duty. Johnson did not ask for the authority and there was no evidence he would use it. He would be empowered to Call up Reserve troops As individuals without declaring a National emergency. The Power was incorporated in a so called a Reserve Bill of rights approved wednesday night with its main purpose the blocking of a threatened merger of the army Reserve and National guard. The callup provision was added to the Bill by the House armed services committee after key members of the Senate protested that the Reserve forces had become a draft Haven for some youngsters. The critics said Young men with enough a a pull to enlist while others not so fortunate were drafted and sent to fight in Viet Nam. According to its sponsor rep. F. Edward Hebert d-la., the House passed Bill is aimed a at 133,000 men assigned to Reserve and guard units who have served less than four months on Active duty. A at about 65,000 who Are not members of organized units have not had at least 24 months Active duty and have not completed their Overall Reserve duty obligations of six years. The Senate had forced the House to act after writing into the $58 billion defense appropriation Bill a Reserve callup provision that could have affected As Many As 472,000 men. As of june 30, the reserves of All kinds totalled 985,229 men. Schools have civil defense responsibility by David Nydick up education specialist schools have a definite responsibility in the area of civil defense. Any failure to take every possible precaution would have to be considered a dereliction of duty. A number of individuals and groups voice objections to practice drills and preparation for disasters. They often indicate that they do not want their children exposed to what they Call the frightening effects of a Drill there is also a feeling that there is no Protection against a nuclear attack except prevention through peace. Individuals have a right to such attitudes but a Public Agency does not. A number of factors must be considered. Civil defense is designed for Protection against Many types of disaster Only one of which is a nuclear attack. These include fires floods hurricanes Tornado and earthquakes. The schools of our nation Are responsible for the physical safety of nearly 50 million children and More than 3 million employees. There must be a Well planned program in the event of any form of emergency situation. This is a right to which each of these students and employees Are entitles. A civil defense program will afford Protection even against the effects of a nuclear attack. It is therefore the obligation of school officials to take Steps to implement such a program. What kinds of plans and Protection Are needed communication is needed. Schools should have plans for emergency communication such As portable radios and direct lines to civil defense Headquarters. Consideration should be Given to emergency food rations and first Ald equipment. Emergency lighting is valuable especially where Young children Are involved. Darkness often creates panic. Many modern schools have extensive Glass areas. Shattering Glass is particularly harmful but individuals can be protected from this danger. Obviously there Are Many Steps which can be taken to protect students and employees from the effects of disaster conditions. Two astronauts plan latin America visit Washington up a astronauts Richard Gordon and Neil Armstrong will make a three week Good will tour of to latin american countries starting oct. 2. James e. Webb chief of the National aeronautics and space administration Nasatir bounced the tour tuesday after a White House meeting with president Johnson. Nations to be visited Are Venezuela Colombia Ecuador Peru Bolivia Brazil Uruguay Argentina Chile and Panama

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