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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - September 24, 1963, Bennington, Vermont Role of laymen will be stressed at weekend Catholic Congress Here Bennington Banner tuesday september �4, 1963-5 terms of agreement Between Vermont new railway a in Bennington this coming weekend Quot Rev. John Fradet diocesan director of the confraternity of Christian doctrine told the Banner a the vital role of the Layman in strengthening the Faith of Young people As Well As adults will be stressed father Fradet is chairman of the fourth Burlington diocesan Congress of the cd which starts Here Friday morning. The Congress is expected to bring More than 1,000 catholics a laymen priests and nuns a to a varied program of sessions to be held at Bennington Catholic High school this Friday saturday and sunday. As evidence of the stress to be placed on the Layman a role during the Congress the former curate at St. Francis de sales Church Here cited numerous features of the three Day program. The two sessions to be held on Friday especially for priests of the diocese will feature addresses by laymen. William ready of new York City will speak on a the Abc s of modern cat Cheses Quot which father Fradet described As a the science of teaching Christian at the afternoon session priests will hear a talk on a educating the exceptional child Quot by Harold Shepard principal of Bennington county s red Brick school. Three times during the Congress priests nuns and Lay people will have an Opportunity to hear a tape recording a let the laymen instruct Quot which features actual interviews with Lay catechists and converts they have trained. Other laymen will conduct some of the Lay training courses which will run All Day saturday and resume sunday morning. They include Thomas Egan Paul Nichols and mrs. Fred p. Elwert of Rutland Richard Welch of West Rutland mrs. Richard Derry of Essex Junction and miss Elizabeth Corey of Barre. A priests and religious also have key roles in the Congress program of course Quot father Fradet said. A but the confraternity is primarily an organization of the laity for the laity and by the laity working with the clergy and religious in the diocese. The Worth of the Congress depends finally on the participation of the Lay men and women of the diocese in the Lay training pastors of area Catholic churches at masses on sunday urged their parishioners to attend. One quoted the Congress purpose expressed by most Rev. Robert f. Joyce Bishop of Burlington diocese a we must learn not Only How to make a better living but How to live More than 1,000 vermonters assembled in Bennington this week will be seeking an answer. Two steam locomotives to Choo Choo again a amp Bialt dec Duj jazz Gas Portland Maine apr the last two steam locomotives owned by the Maine Central Railroad Are coming out of retirement. join the Monadnock steam town amp Northern a tourist Railroad in Vermont headed by f. Nelson Blount who also runs the Adaville Railroad on Cape cod. For More than a decade the seamy Sid of a. Austin Tex. Up a a a attend shun. Thred nee8dles. Deep Tail that might have been the command around the Bergstrom air Force base records office while sgt. Joe r. Harrison of Temple Tex., went to work making some drapes. A Seamster for a Day Harrison got into the drape making project after his wife tried to sew four sets of drapes in the machine records office. Dissatisfied with the results Harrison started an additional set out of dark Green surplus material. After the project Harrison went to the regular machines of his Trade a an ism document writer and a sorter. Any mention of sewing brings a frown to his face. 80-year-old a Iron horses Quot have stood cold and silent no. 501 at the Rigby classification Yards in South Portland no. 519 at the Waterville shops. No. 519 had a few Days of glory in june of 1960. The old engine was spruced up and appeared in several scenes shot in Eastport for the movie a Sunrise at old timers say the �?o500s&Quot a originally there were 28 of them a were better known for Economy and dependability than strength or Speed. They were chiefly used to haul freight either alone or in tandem with the bigger �?o600&Quot class engines. Montpelier a responsibility for the Upkeep of its leased Railroad right of Way has been squarely placed with the soon to be formed Vermont railway corporation according to terms of an agreement Between the firm and Vermont for operation of the Burlington to White Creek n.y., segment of the former Rutland railway. Full text of the proposed lease contract was recently released by gov. Philip h. Hoff and Public service cmdr. Ernest w. Gibson Iii. The state is buying the 130-mile segment of the Rutland for lease to the company to be formed by new Jersey Short line operator Jay l. Wulfson. Final enactment of the agreement even though signed by both parties still awaits two additional Steps a the state and Rutland railway must work out final terms for the state s Purchase of the segment. The state has made a $300,-000 Down payment but the final Purchase Price about $1.9 million is still to be settled. A the Public service Board must first authorize formation of the new Railroad corporation and has scheduled a hearing oct. 14 on the question. Until this week approval of the corporation was expected As a matter of routine. But reports have cropped up that some groups May try to torpedo the incorporation. The new corporation must also obtain a certificate of necessity from the interstate Commerce commission but no problem is anticipated Here. Under the proposed agreement 3 specials 4 new series on weekend television r print flannel Nite shirt 100% Cotton a flu exclusive of decorations doubles amp a Stamps wednesday Drysdale a free parking armory lot next door by Cynthia Lowry a television radio Riter new York apr four new television programs and three specials bid for the viewing Public a attention Over the weekend. Most imposing was a taped lbs adaptation of Ibsen a Thedda cabler Quot starring Ingrid Bergman on Friday night. After a week dedicated to contemplating such dreary new concoctions As a a Harry a girls Quot and a the outer limits Quot the Prospect of a meaningful theater classic in such competent hands As miss Bergman Ralph Richardson Michael Redgrave and Trevor Howard was As appetizing As Steak after a Long diet of applesauce. Earlier on Friday evening Abc presented its completely changed �?o77 Sunset strip Quot in which Efrem Zimbalist or. Has been remodeler into a Sam Spade Type private Eye. The first part of a five part episode had Zimbalist wandering vaguely among a Large number of unrelated characters. It was very Dull. A a burkes a Law Quot another Abc Serges also was a trite mystery coated with gimmicks. Gene Barry plays a millionaire cop who rides in a chauffeur driven limousine in this Friday night entry and spends almost As much time with the ladies As chasing wrongdoers. Despite the gimmicks the show never got out of a Well worn television rut. Jerry Lewis presided nervously Over the premiere of his new two hour live Abc show on saturday night. He complained that he has been asked repeatedly How he planned to fill two hours every week. After his first very ragged show in which comedy was notable by its absence the question has still to be answered. However the Mere fact that the program was live gave it a Nice Quality of unpredictability which could pay dividends of and when the show settles Down. No cd so Bill Dana show Quot came into sight sunday night with Bill playing familiar Jose Jimenez now a hotel Bellhop. The comedy at Best was a string of mild two line jokes based on Jose a problems with the English language hardly enough to keep a show rolling for a season or even for a half hour. Women to be rein rued to Conn. Catholics of Vermont now a non profit Catholic fraternal society offers Low budget Hospital and life insurance available for individuals or families $ $ 50 or 100 a week for a Costas Low As $2.05 per month depending upon age while hospitalized for any covered Accident or sickness. A week for a Cost As Low As $3.50 per month depending upon age while hospitalized for any covered Accident or sickness. $ or oven t la a week for a Cost As Low As $5.00 per month depending upon i age while hospitalized for any covered Accident or sickness. Same plan available to women at slightly higher Premium choose your own doctor the important doctor patient relationship is not interfered with. Select any lawfully operated Hospital the Choice is entirely up to you. Application Ages adults May enrol through 75 years of age dependent children one month of age eligible through eighteenth birthday. No termination of benefits because of age. Pays in addition to. Compensation insurance or any other form of policy held by member. New York apr two worn letters in Cincinnati Ohio to an in arrested Here last aug. 24 on unidentified Brattleboro vt., charges of mailing threatening Man were turned Over monday to new York detectives for eventual extradition to Stamford Conn. They Are charged there with burglary. Assistant . Atty. Daniel r. Murdock told . Commissioner Earle n. Bishop that the Ohio complaint was dismissed. On his motion Bishop dismissed a hearing proceeding scheduled before him today and cancelled the $1,000 bail of the two defendants Jean Kerr 25, and Vivian Thompson 23. When the hearing was cancelled the women were immediately taken into custody by two new York detectives for a removal hearing in felony court. Present at the Federal court proceeding were detective capt. Robert e. Hunt and detective Harry j. Curren of Stamford who will seek the women s extradition to Stamford. According to the Stamford warrant the pair broke into the Home of William Kernan in that City on feb. 26, 1961, and took three pistols. Now you can protect yourself and your family with Low budget Hospital and life insurance As a member of the Catholic association of foresters formerly known As the Massachusetts Catholic order of foresters. You get full benefits As a member of our 83-year old non profit society. And because we Are a nonprofit society and keep our expenses at a minimum. We can offer modern insurance plans at family budget rates. Send for Complete information including details on our excellent life insurance plans. There is no obligation a do it today by our Massachusetts charter of 1879. We Are limited to catholics Only. Free no obligation Catholic association of foresters formerly Massachusetts Catholic order of foresters 347 Commonwealth ave. A Boston 15, mass. By 9/24 please Rush free facts on insurance plans for catholics name. Age. Address. City county. State. Phone. Occupation. Ants arc Safe of till ant eaters Pasadena Calif. Apr a pair of Mother and son anteaters with queasy stomachs has been stolen from the Home of an Amateur zoologist and their owner is fearful for their health. Carroll Adams 21, said the animals . And her son Wiley Are the Only Tam Andua anteaters in the country. He imported them from Colombia four weeks ago. They re fussy eaters too says Adams. Their diet includes ground round Steak special High protein baby food brewery a yeast and Lime water. This must be fed in eight ounce dosage twice daily to ., in order for her to produce milk for Young Wiley who refuses to be bottle fed. Ants they can to stomach Mem. The corporation for the first seven years will pay an annual rental amounting to 7 per cent of its Gross operating revenues. For the remaining three years of the 10-year pact the rental will be determined by a sliding percentage scale applied to the operating revenues As follows operating revenues per or less than $450,000 pct 7 per cent total Max. Rental $31,500. Operating revenues per or More than $450,000 but less than $700,000 pct 9 per cent total Max. Rental $54,000. Operating revenues per or More than $700,000 but less than $1,-000,000 pct la per cent total Max. Rental $87,000. Operating revenues per or More than $1,000,000 pct 13 per cent total Max. Rental none. Some news accounts incorrectly reported that regardless of its total revenues the most the new corporation would pay for any of the first seven years would be $31,500, which is 7 per cent of $450,000. According to the lease however a and this was confirmed by pub commissioner Ernest w. Gibson Iii a the straight 7 per cent return to the state could go higher if the corporation s revenues exceed $450,000. The rent would be payable on a monthly basis. If the corporation should default on any of the leases provisions including the payment of rent the state has the Power to terminate the lease and re occupy the property 30 Days after the pub notifies the corporation of the default. The state May also terminate the agreement if Wulfson a ceases to be an Active executive officer Quot of the new railway. Such a provision is not unusual if a specific individual is deemed personally responsible for the conduct formation or financing of a corporation. If Wulfson should terminate an Active connection the corporation would have an Opportunity to show its ability to operate a in a reasonably efficient manner so As to provide adequate according to the lease a the obligation of the railway the Vermont railway corp to maintain the line shall include the obligation to replace such rails ties and other items of track or signalling equipment As May be necessary As a result of Ordinary Wear tear depreciation obsolescence and All other causes. In the event of such replacement the new property shall become the property of Vermont and the removed property shall become the property of the railway. Quot for its part the state agrees to maintain a Road surfaces at All Grade Crossings on the state Highway system and All Highway Crossings Chi the state Highway system Over and under the leased property without expense to the railway but this shall not include maintenance of Railroad Bridges Over the the corporation agrees to maintain at least the following minimum service schedule a at the Rutland and Burlington Yards daily except saturdays sundays and holidays a Between Rutland and Burlington three trips North and three trips South each week a Between Rutland and White Creek two trips North and two trips South each week. The corporation however does have the right to apply to the Public service Board for reduction of the minimal service if traffic conditions warrant it. The Railroad agrees to obtain employee liability Public liability and property damage insurance in at least the minimal amounts specified in the contract. The state assumes full responsibility for any claims brought against the Railroad arising out of any disputed right of Way. Such obligation however does include the obligation to pay the corporation for any loss of Revenue resulting from a right of Way dispute. The lease also makes provisions for the Vermont railway corporation to provide interconnecting service in the Rutland Yard for other lines which May feed into the City notably the Delaware and Hudson Railroad from the West and any new operator of the Rutland railway segment Between Rutland and Bellows Falls to the East. A clause in the agreement also foresees the possibility that some of the track in Rutland May be relocated to accommodate development of property retained by the Rutland railway corp. The intent of the contract is that neither the state nor the Vermont railway corp. Will pay for such relocation. Whether the Rutland railway corp. Would pay for such relocation is unclear i the agreement which does not include it As a party to the pact. According to the lease the a railway shall have the right to sub lease any of the property leased except those portions directly used for Railroad the railway is Given the option of renewing the lease for up to three additional 10-year terms with the rent to be paid to be calculated on the same basis As that applicable to the last three years of the original 10-year lease. The corporation is also Given the option to Purchase the leased portion under the following terms a if the corporation is the sole interested purchaser the Purchase Price will be the a state s this is defined As All sums paid to the Rutland railway corp. For acquisition of the leased property plus All amounts paid by the state for Legal and other professional services in connection with the acquisition plus any excess of interest paid by the state on its indebtedness incurred for the original Purchase Over payments made by the Vermont railway corp. Under terms of the lease. A if the state receives an offer from some other prospective purchaser the Vermont railway corp. Will have the Opportunity to Purchase the line for a Price Midway Between the offer received and the state s Cost As defined above. A if the railway purchases the segment and subsequently files a petition for abandonment of All or any portion of the segment the state will have the option of purchasing the abandoned portion at the then current net Salvage value. The agreement also stipulates that the corporation to be formed will have an authorized Stock of $500,000 and at the time of its formation shall not have any indebtedness. At the time of its organization the corporation is required to Issue $100,000 offal by paid for Stock for Cash and is required to have available up to a second $100,000 if the additional Money is necessary to put the Railroad into operable condition. Notice the water department feels due to the Lack of rain it is necessary to conserve the use of water. Until further notice the use of Lawn Hose will be banned. Board of water com missioners the one place to Call for Money the minute you want it in Call beneficial to get Cash double fast. Clean up leftover Bills take care of expenses you name it. The folks at beneficial Ike to say a yes a Call. Now beneficial finance system leans $20 to $600 a Loans life insured at Low coat beneficial finance co. Of Bennington 449 main Street Bennington phone 442-5441 a ask for the yes manager to beneficial finance co blended whisky. 86 proof. 65 ,�?T0 Grain Neutral spirits �1963 Schenley distillers co c spectators. Schenley. 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