Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Sep 26 1963, Page 2

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - September 26, 1963, Bennington, Vermont 2-Bennington Banner thursday september 26, 1963 around Vermont enrolment up in Burlington schools Burlington a the greater Burlington area school population has increased by 692 students Over last year to a total of 12,025. Of this number the greatest increase 298 students was in Burlington itself. South Burlington has 187 More students than last year. Both communities Are renting additional space because of overcrowding. Burlington total enrolment is 5,927 and South Burlington s 1,887. In Winooski there Are 1,198 students As compared to i 145 last year. The Chittenden Central District which in-1 eludes Essex Colchester and Westford schools has a total enrolment of 3,013, about 150 More than last year. Death ear Driver charged in Rutland Rutland apr a pre sentence investigation is under Way in the Case of David c. Seaver 20, of Wallingford charged with careless driving fatality resulting. Seaver has pleaded no contest to the charge in Rutland municipal court. Seaver was accused in connection with a july 2 Accident at Castleton in which Gordon j. Webster 19, of Rutland was killed. N following his plea judge Richard f. Sullivan ordered the pre sentence investigation and the youth was released in $1,500 bail. Aiken says state will get Coal Washington . Apr sen. George d. Aiken r-vt., says he has received assurances that Vermont retail Coal dealers will get All the Coal they need without further delay. Aiken said complaints from Vermont had indicated that Anthracite suppliers were delaying shipments into Vermont by As much As six or eight weeks. One dealer he said said his supplier blamed his inability to deliver Coal on the diversion of supplies for shipment to foreign markets. The senator said the complaints were forwarded to . Jillson president of the Anthracite Institute. Jillson replied that Many of the delays in obtaining supplies were due to a contributory negligence Quot of the dealers themselves. A your production is currently 17 per cent ahead of last year so we believe that All dealers will receive at least the same amount of Anthracite that was shipped to them last year Quot he said. Earned St. Albans train shed doomed St. Albans apr demolition of the ancient Central Vermont railway train shed Here has begun. A Long list of presidents former Kings prime ministers and generals have passed through the Railroad landmark a the last of its kind in the United states. Rutland Viviav lose regular air service in p Washington . Apr the civil aeronautics Board in Washington says that Rutland May lose its scheduled air service. In a letter to Rutland a mayor the cab warned that the City should originate at least five passengers a Day. Otherwise the cab said a proceeding May be started to determine whether the service should be discontinued for Lack of use. Slate doctors Iii Lancer awards Montpelier apr the Vermont division of the National cancer society has announced that two Burlington doctors and one Rutland physician will receive National awards for their work in cancer control. Lane Adams executive vice president of the National group will present Bronze plaques to or. Frederick Van Buskirk and or. Carleton Haines of Burlington and or. John Williams of Rutland. Presentations will take place today at the annual meeting of the Vermont division at Norwich. Barre Lundlad it cleared Iii Law suit Barre apr a Landlady has been cleared in a $20,000 negligence suit brought by a tenant who allegedly injured his Back when he fell from her Potch roof while shovelling Snow from it. Mrs. Maud e. Ewen was exonerated by a Washington county jury that deliberated for an hour. The suit was brought by William h. Sawyer who had boarded at mrs. E went a Home for 33 years. He claimed he was injured in 1954. Small Busin Ess growth Here stunted Montpelier apr the growth of Small businesses in Vermont appears to be stunted by Chain stores better highways reluctance to borrow and employer paternalism. In a report released by the state department of development John Thomson former research director said the Only area where no significant problem Are noted is taxes. Working with six University of Vermon professors Thompson prepared the Survey under the Small business administration management research Grant program. Over in new York five hour Blaze Levels Brewer Troy a the 76-year-old Stanton brewery was destroyed wednesday night in a five hour fire which called out too firemen. Three of the men were injured during the Blaze which authorities say May have been of incendiary origin. Police voiced their suspicions after two plainclothes men Learned two unidentified boys of to or 12 were seen running along Railroad tracks in the rear of the brewery As fire apparatus responded to the first alarm. Five Hurt in Bas blast Troy a two workmen were installing a Gas main in ninth Street wednesday when a terrific blast wrecked a basement Flat of a two family House. Five persons were injured. Police and fire investigators were checking the cause. Tri Gities Anion Quot most polluted Troy a members of a newly formed air pollution group were told wednesday that the Troy Albany Schenectady area ranks As third worst polluted in the state. The area is topped Only by new York City and the Niagara Frontier. Down in Berkshire pol probe still Ivy Iii Quot Pittsfield a Frank Giles Massachusetts Public safety commissioner replying to a request from the Pittsfield City Council regarding an investigation of the police department has stated that much information Given to the state police Survey team was erroneous. Other parts of the Survey he stated Are still under investigation. Giles concluded a anything we May do in this area should not be considered a Blanket indictment but merely an attempt by us to investigate where we feel it fall foliage on re ii named North Adams a miss Susan Sandy Brower 16, topped a Field of five North Berkshire beauties wednesday night to become the 1963 foliage Queen. Miss Brower a Junior at Drury High school is a a Candy Striper Quot at North Adams Hospital. She won the Honor in a jammed session in the High school auditorium. Used Gar business Survey i red Adams a reviewing an application for a used car dealer s License wednesday night Adams selectmen agreed that a study of the entire used car business is in order. Laurio j. King said it seemed there were already too Many used car dealers and a study should be made to learn the vehicular needs of the town. Commission ask resource development Vergennes apr the annual meeting of the new York Vermont interstate commission on the Lake Champlain Basin has ended with a Call for action in developing the areas natural resources. A Resolution adopted at the final session yesterday called for a two state compact to develop promote and protect the basins natural resources. The provisions of the compact would be worked out by committees representing the Legislatures of the two states and the committee on interstate cooperation. Sen. O Shea named friends committee peace Secretary Cambridge mass. A the american friends service committee appointed today Bernard g. Of Shea Vermont state senator and weekly newspaper publisher As peace education Secretary for the new England Region. John a. Sullivan Aasc executive Secretary in new England who made the announcement said o Shea who takes office oct. I has been a member of the Aasc peace com mitts for the last to years. O Shea of Enosburg Falls vt., will continue As publisher president of of Shea publishing inc., and As a member of the Vermont Senate from Franklin county for the balance of his current term. A resident of Northern Vermont for 15 years he is a native of Northampton mass., graduate of Deerfield Academy and Yale University and a . Navy Small ships commander in Alaska and the Pacific in world War ii. His wife is the former Clare Kilbourn Marshall . They have seven children. Of Shea is a member of the Montreal Quebec meeting of the society of friends. He was on the staff of former congressman William Meyer. As part of his new appointment o Shea will also direct the Quaker Institute on contemporary affairs scheduled for next summer at Geneva Point Camp on Lake Winni Nesaukee . The Aasc was founded during world War i to help War victims and counsel conscientious objectors. Since then it has enlarged its International work projects and conferences worldwide with several of its original ideas now carried on by other organizations. For its efforts the Aasc has been recognized in Many ways including the 1947 Nobel peace prize. Hoff appearance to highlight fall foliage festival gov. Philip h. Hoff has accepted an invitation from the greater Bennington association to Lead the fall foliage Parade on oct. 3, the opening event of Bennington a 10th annual fall festival. The governor is also expected to Crown the fall foliage Queen at a contest following the Parade at Bennington Catholic High school. Earlier in the Day he will be guest of Honor at a luncheon sponsored by Goa at the it. Anthony country club. Also participating in the Parade will be the Bennington fire department fire chief Richard Hollister has announced. Goa invited the department several weeks ago to hold its annual inspection during the Parade. The 1962 Queen miss Freda Betts this year s Queen contestants and the Bennington High school and Bennington Catholic High school bands will also follow the governor through the downtown business District. The Parade will Start at 6 30 . At Beni and end at chs where the Queen contest will begin at 8 . The Queen and her court will preside at a number of events during the festival including the fall foliage football classic oct. 5 Between the two High schools and at a teen age dance Spon Maple producers seek Canadian Tariff Chance Washington apr producers of Maple products from Vermont new Hampshire and Massachusetts have met with Federal officials to discuss Tariff and marketing problems. They Hope to adjust Canadian and United states import tariffs which they contend work to their disadvantage. The Canadian import duty is 17.4 per cent of value against the . Duty of 4.5 per cent. Those attending a recent conference arranged by sen. George d. Aiken r-vt., described it As satisfactory and expressed the Hope that continuing talks would produce the desired result. Attending were William Rodd chairman of the Trade information committee Raymond Rowley Vermont agriculture commissioner Lauris Moore president and Kirk Heath chairman of the new Hampshire Maple producers Lynwood Lesure head of the Berkshire Pioneer Maple producers assn., Ashfield mass. Keith Wallace president of the Vermont farm Bureau Raymond t. Foulds jr., Secretary of the Vermont Maple Industry Council Erie Nye president of the Vermont Maple sugar makers assn., and Robert Brannon of Fairfield representing gov. Philip Hoff of Versoi Jib a. Vav i my now a full on All Savi Nas accounts new higher rate anticipated for the period beginning october i 1963 with continuance of satisfactory earnings dividends from Date of Deposit paid and compounded 4 times a year Bonus dividend Days every month assets Over $120 million i member Federal Deposit insurance corporation mail this Coupon to Day. City a county savings Bank j too state St., Albany i n. Y. A Send free Bank by mail Booklet "21 ways to save Quot newly revised with increased Deposit limits enclosed is $. Please open a savings account i As checked below. Maximum Deposit $15,000 in individual i j accounts $30,000 in Trust or joint accounts. I i a in my name Only. A joint account with. I i a in Trust for a Send pass Book to or. A mrs. A miss a j name. I i City. Zone state i of you Send Cash use registered mail sorted by the Bennington Jaycees at the state armory that evening. On oct. 4, the Queen will present a trophy to the Winner of the feature race at Green Mountain Park. She will attend an antique show at the second congregational Church on oct. 10-12. She will sell tickets oct. La for the Pete Williams show which is being sponsored by the local american legion Post and will be an honoured guest at the show at the state armory the following evening. The Climax of the two week paring Down College station Tex. Up a the marketing process from steer to Steak pares Down each beef animal to less than half the live weight Texas a amp m College farm experts say. For each too pounds of live weight a u. S. Choice Grade animal will yield about 59 pounds of carcass beef. The final step in marketing will take around 12 More pounds off in trimming and cutting the meat into retail cuts. Of the remaining 47 pounds Only a portion is Steak so retail prices for steaks must be at least twice the live steer Price the Extension experts say. Telephones bus i be ss.4 43-6300 newsroom 4 43-2800 display Advertis ins.443-2684 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. Home delivery by Carrier and motor do Ivory 71 per Day subscription rates by mail 50 i. Radius and All v Ermont 3 mos. $4 25 �?6mos. $8.00 a i or. $15.00 elsewhere in the . 3 mos. $4.75 a 6 mos. $9.00�?o 1 or. $17.50 special Rotas for sort comon festival will be the fall foliage festival Ball sponsored by the knights of Columbus oct. 12. The Queen will be presented at the Ball and with her courtiers will Lead the grand March. Indications Are that a a Bevy of beauties will compete for the Honor of reigning Over the festival according to Donald c. Hicks Goa s executive director. Application Blanks Are available at the Goa office on South Street. Any girl Between 16 and 25 who is a resident of Bennington county May participate of she fills out and returns a Blank by sept. 30. The judges for this year s contest Are mrs. Sally Pabst president of the Manchester chamber of Commerce Donald Thurston president of the North Adams mass., chamber of Commerce and Kenneth e. Clayton president of the Bennington Central labor Council. Judging will be done on a Point system and judges will not be aware of each other s choices. Each contestant will receive a gift David Hayden chair Man of the contest has announced. The Queen and her courtiers will be Given savings Bonds. The Goa luncheon is open to the Public and is one of a series of events planned by Goa to acquaint its members and the Public with local state and National governments. The governor will be introduced by judge George m. Fienberg. Reservations can be made by calling 442-5900. 71k new 1964 Fords come on in and see them Register for free prizes Friday sept. 27th 8 . To to . In Wilson Ford fair dealing a Fine service Hunt Street Bennington it. Telephone 442-6375 heres the key to a 64 from Ford drive one today Home made All pork sausage c a Ltd a a fryers Frish killed 3 la. Avg. Cut up or split 5 la. 48 count la. 24 07. Qts. 14 of. Gold Metal flour Tetley Tea bags Duncan Hines Pancake mix Vermont maid Marie syrup Miracle whip Heinz Ketchup Jack Frost sugar lbs Lipton Chicken Noodle Lipton onion soup Lipton with meat Chicken Noodle pkg my to Fine pudding tango chips pkg aah 43 parkay Margarine la 25 a a join roast pkg. Pork Tobin first prize All flavors Barb of Chicken si.29 Cherry mince peach Blueberry. 69< hot Apple pie 59c n oysters solid pack it. $1.39 swordfish Steak 79c halibut Steak 69< a Pascal celery Quot cauliflower Snow White 2�?o�35 29c att h food open thursdays amp fridays till 9 . School Street a

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