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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - September 25, 1963, Bennington, Vermont 2-Bennington Banner wednesday september 25, 1963 around Vermont Hussey named health Board chairman Montpelier a gov. Philip h. Hoff has announced the appointment of or Hans Hussey of Jericho As chairman of the state s newly formed mental health Board. Or. Hussey has been involved in the development of the state s Community health program and is affiliated with the school of psychiatry at the University of Vermont a medical school. Appointed by gov. Hoff to the Board Are rep. Lewis r. Barrett of Middletown Springs Michael Walls co director of Spring Lake ranch in Cuttingsville one of the nation s oldest rehabilitation centers for the mentally ill Samuel e. Kamens of Eam Burke and the Rev. John p. Mahoney pastor for seven years of the St. Mary s Parish in Middlebury. Two other members of the Board George a. King of Morris Ville and or. Carlos g. Otis of Townshend were appointed during a previous administration. The Board will direct the formation of a new department of mental health which was established by the 1963 legislature. A study to determine the mental health needs and resources that now exist in the state will be undertaken by the department of health. Vermont calendars co like hot cakes Montpelier a the 1964 Vermont life Calendar is heading for a sell out Walter hard jr., editor of Vermont life the state s official Magazine has announced. Hard said that sales to Date indicate that the printing of 24,800 calendars will not be enough to meet demand this year. This is the fifth year the Magazine has produced an All color Calendar which according to hard puts about $10,000 into the magazines operating budget every year. It is sold through the Magazine and in 200 Vermont shops. Board will Analyse Bond Issue defeat South Burlington a the school Board Here will hold a postmortem on the school Bond Issue killed by voters last tuesday. Chairman Harold Bensen says he Hopes to learn from two Board members the reason for their Campaign against a proposed 12-room school and for an eight room school to serve the White Street area of town. Bensen says the split in the boards opinion Over what Type of school was needed undoubtedly contributed to the defeat of the Bond Issue. Cd layoffs Small part of i employed Burlington a although More than 1,000 workers have been Laid off by general electric Here this year Only about one sixth of the 1,800 unemployed in the area Are former be employees according to the department of employment Security. A study of the Active file of applications for work at the Des office has revealed that most applicants Are unskilled or inexperienced entrants into the labor Market. Few of the unskilled applicants Are former be employees a Des official notes. Huff i i ii a Iii p i a i ii Protection pact Vergennes apr gov. Philip h. Hoff says there should be a Vermont new York compact to protect the natural resources of the Lake Champlain Basin. Hoff told a meeting of the new York Vermont interstate commission on the Lake Champlain Basin in Cox Hamp the group needs More authority by Way of legislation to meet the needs of the future and of a growing population. With completion of the interstate Highway system Hoff said yesterday some 40 million people will be within a Day s drive of the area. Tunbridge Man to get mental test Chelsea apr a 32-year-old Tunbridge Man charged with rape is to receive a mental examination at Waterbury state Hospital. Ernest Goodwin was arraigned on the charge yesterday in Orange municipal court at Chelsea. His attorney requested the examination and judge Philip a. Angell agreed. Goodwin allegedly raped a 37-year-old housekeeper in Tunbridge last thursday. He was arrested later on the same Day by state police who found him walking along Vermont 14, carrying a Rifle. St. Alban notes Oka school win St. Albans apr voters in St. Albans City and town have approved an additional appropriation of $425,000 for Bellows free Academy s construction program. The vote yesterday in the City was 577-179 in favor of the proposal. The tally in the town voting was 89-29. The extra appropriation was deemed necessary after revised Cost estimates indicated the original $800,000 appropriation would not be enough for the building project. Over in new York stale to soil buildings Albany a gop leaders were embarrassed tuesday by comment from the chairman of the Assembly a fiscal committee that state buildings be sold to raise ready Cash to balance the budget. The gop Heads were said to be unhappy because it provided democrats with fresh ammunition for charges that the state s finances were in disorder. Traffic Bilic Glia ii Quot is $ Albany a major traffic rules go into effect in new York oct. I and Jan. I. There Are numerous changes but basically All traffic keeps to the extreme right except when passing or turning left. Down in Berkshire that Tram Wax Issue a Quot a Iii Adams a the it. Greylock Tramway Issue popped up again tuesday when . Francis x. Bellotti Here for the foliage festival made a Strong plea for the area to use its greatest potential the states highest Peak through the proposed Tramway. Diamond gets school Board Okay North Adams sex mayor Louis Diamond seeking reelection was Given the Green Light by the school committee tuesday night. Diamond a High school teacher was told he could run against mayor Francis Florini so Long As the Campaign did not interfere with his teaching duties. Absent from the meeting was the Board s sex offi Cio member mayor Florini who Defeated diamonds bid for re election two years ago. Sprague doubles capacity North Adams a Sprague electric co., largest employer in North Berkshire is taking immediate Steps to double production capacity for electrochemical process transistors at its Concord n.h., Plant. The step was taken in the Light of an announcement by Phil co that it is discontinuing manufacture of this Type of semiconductor. . Man charged with murder Highland Park . A Charles Farmer who police say killed his wife last Friday Over a discussion Over expenses of the Berkshire cultural Center in Middlefield mass., was charged with murder by new Jersey officials tuesday night. Nixon to Nisi Berkshire Alford a or. And mrs. Richard m. Nixon will spend the weekend at the summer Home of or. And mrs. Milton c. Rose of this town and new York City. It will be strictly a social weekend it was announced. Both men Are associated in business in new York. Invited to White House sen. George d. Aiken of Vermont member of the president s commission on the status of women has been invited to attend the ceremony when the commission s report will be presented to president Kennedy oct. La. Russian spaceman has new daughter Moscow apr tiny Tanya Titova Day old daughter of cosmonaut Gherman Titov a gurgled happily today As she posed with her Mother Tamara for her first photographs. The two were snapped snuggling on a bed in a Moscow maternity Home As congratulations poured in for the birth of the baby first child born of father who has orbited the Earth. The Litovs have no other children. Maj. Titov 28, and his 26-year-old wife visited the United states in april 1962, and were entertained by president Kennedy. Titov son of a siberian school teacher made 17 orbits of the Earth in 25 hours and 18 minutes beginning aug. 6, 1961. It was the the worlds second manned spaced flight. Press conference for sen. Dirk sen set in Montpelier Montpelier apr Carroll p. Adams executive Secretary of the Vermont Republican party said today sen. Everett Dirksen Senate minority Leader will hold a news conference at 3 30 ., oct. 3 at the Brown Derby in Montpelier. Dirksen arrives at Burlington Airport at 12 45 He will be driven to the capital City. Adams said the news session will be limited to 40 minutes. Following the conference Dirksen will meet in Barre with party leaders. Dirksen will address a $25 a plate gop fundraising dinner at the Barre auditorium at 6 30 Telephones bus iness.442-63 00 newsroom 4 42-2 800 display ave it is ing. .4 42-2 684 the Bennington Banner is published daily except sunday and Legal holidays at 425 main St., Bennington Vermont by the Banner publishing corporation. Member of the associated press is entitled exclusively to the use for republication to All local news printed in this newspaper As Well As All a news dispatches. Horn delivery by Carrier and motor delivery 7c per Day subscription rates by mail 50 i. Radius and All v Ermont 3 in of. $4 25 �?6 in of. $8.00�? i or. $15.00 elsewhere in the . 3 mos. $4.75-6 nos. $9 00�?o 1 or. $ i 7.50 spacial Rotas for servicemen Volkswagen Sedan Al shape radio amp Heater m295 1957 Ford h ton pick up truck 6 cyl., stand. Trans. S695 Ligget Bosworth sales amp service North Bennington Road Bennington it. Newma Minehead vermonter sees Buckro Gervera by Fred s. Hoffman Washington apr the mar tines new space minded commandant has some ideas that May strike a chill in the hearts of Navy men. It. Gen. Wallace m. Greene or. Met with newsmen yesterday soon after being named to become the new Marine commandant at the a by of this year. The vermonter uttered bold thoughts about future possibilities of leading entire Marine battalions into single rockets and propelling them across oceans to quell Brush fire outbreaks. This. Sent newsmen digging around to learn More about the views of the 55-year-old Marine planning expert who until now has stood in the Shadow of Gen. David m. Slump the colourful medal of Honor Winner he will succeed As the Marine s 23rd commandant. It was found that Greene discussed some of his advanced concepts in a talk to a Navy league group in Boston sept. 14�?a talk which generally went unnoticed. At that time Greene said the Impact of space technology on the projection of National military Power Quot is staggering to the atmosphere and lower regions of space could literally become another All embracing Ocean Quot the Marine general said. Then he asked a rhetorical question which some Navy advocates might consider heresy especially coming from a senior officer in the Navy s sister service. Quot will rocket operations then in this new sea supplement or replace conventional sea Power and amphibious operations Quot Greene asked. It might be All right in the View of Navy enthusiasts to Sug Gest that rocket operations could supplement sea Power but they hardly would cheer at the thought of their replacing amphibious and other sea operations. Among other things Greene envisioned rockets which would hut the Earth and Speed at 4,000 Miles an hour in delivering troops ammunition and supplies across the surface of the world. Tile Survey new York up a american preference for durable easy to maintain surfacing materials has been pointed up in a recent coast to coast Survey of Home builders according to the tile Council of America. Of 1,500 builders questioned 80 per cent said they expect to use More Ceramic tile in the next five years than they Are using at present. Governor hails cooperation at worlds fair new York a gov. Philip h. Hoff tuesday hailed groundbreaking for the new England Pavilion at the new York world s fair As a Quot Milestone of regional cooperation. Quot the joint participation and cooperation of six new England states attests to the magnitude and importance of this project the world s fair 1964-65,&Quot he Bald. Representing Vermont at the official ceremonies Hoff was joined by other new England governors in the groundbreaking Eye care new York up a seven out of every to persons in the United states have defective vision according to August Nelson executive Secretary of the better vision Institute. Millions of persons Are wearing the wrong glasses because their vision has changed since they last had their eyes examined professionally he said. Which followed a reception and luncheon at the Faiia a administration building. Speakers included other governors Gen. W. E. Potter executive vice president of the new York world s fair corporation and Gardner a. Caverly president of the new England Council. While in new York Hoff also attended a reception for area travel writers As part of the England Council s promo it. Gen. W. M. Greene s Al in on a Homes hot and cold Redding Calif. Apr president Kennedy dedicates this saturday the Whiskeytown dam which will provide hot and cold running water for spawning Salmon. This is the first dam designed by the . Bureau of reclamation providing such service. Salmon like water of 55 degrees fahrenheit for spawning. But water behind the dam can vary from 30 to 40 degrees from the surface to the Bottom. So Whiskeytown dam near Redding will have built in control Gates at two Levels. Water from each outlet can be mixed to provide just the right temperature for the fish. Remember Yoe get double triple la so Blee s i amps Ever y wednesday grand Union Empire no minimum Purchase necessary tilt feature clean without removing built in rain drainage heres an engineered window a perfect weather Seal to keep out air and dust. And yet give trouble free smooth operation. Glass panels and screen tilt right in the both sides from within without removing windows. All panels lock in positive punched positions. No hardware exposed on the outside made of sturdy fully extruded 100% 63 St 5 aluminium Alloy for trouble free operation. Distributed by Rouco heating 6 insulation 106 North St., Bennington franchised Frigidaire sales amp service open 9 to 5 six Days a week Tel 442-6378 or 442-2933 the first Home loan by a savings and loan association was made to a lamplighter in Frankford pa., in 1831. The Home is still standing. Thanks a Hundred billion this month the savings and loan business passes the too billion Dollar Mark in assets. We Are proud to be a part of it. The savings and loan business is built on the right and incentive of human beings to better themselves. Its assets have grown from the Thrift of its 35 million savers who Are building sound financial futures for themselves. We join All savings and loan associations in saying to you our customers a thanks a Hundred billion for your Confidence in us. Bennington co operative savings and i loan association i 1162 South St. Dial 2-5811 Bennington. It

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