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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - September 30, 1965, Bennington, Vermont 2�?Bennington manner thursday september 30, 1965 around Vermont \ Fri Iione Quelet group l o meet Montpelier i pm a the Vermont a Quebec co operative Council meets oct. 15 in Vermont to discuss Mutual problems. The Agenda includes areas dealing with water and hydroelectric development fish and game Laws and migratory workers. The Council was created by gov. Philip h. Roff and Quebec Premier Jean Lesage. Areas tentatively agreed on for future discussion Deal with the 1967 Montreal exposition cultural matter including television broadcasting conservation and tech Nical research. Vermont members of the Council Are state development commissioner Elbert Moulton George b. Hayes of Enosburg Falls and Paul b. Trahan of Swanton. Hoff prepares fair housing fan month Lier up a the Roff administration will submit Antl in private housing legislation to the special session of the 1966 funeral Assembly. The proposal still under study will prohibit discrimination in private housing for reasons of race color Creed or National origin. The proposal is expected to carry heavy penalties. Fines would Range from $500 to $1,000 and jail sentences would run from 30 to 90 Days. Vermont already has Antt Laws dealing with employment and Public accommodations. The latest move to ban discrimination from the Green Mountain state was recommended by the Burlington chapter of the National association for the add a Cement of coloured people. Montpelier socks new Priori pal Montpelier up a the Montpelier school Board is looking for a new High school principal. The present principal or. Robert r. C Hast nay is going to retire at the end of this school year. The Montpelier teachers committee is going to look Over the applicants for the Job but the school Board will have the final say on who gets it. Chastney has been in education for 42 years and at Montpelier for Over 22 years. I \ m Kivi radio stations to for tests Burlington i Pic the University of Vermont a new h in radio station Sruv pm goes on the air sunday. The station will Start program testing. It is estimated that it should let a Ecel Ved within a five to to mile radius of the Burlington campy or. William j. Lewis speech professor and radio to director Vin tie the station manager. Lewis said the ration will tie primarily for students taking radio courses but also will air educational and cultural programs. The schedule Calls for broadcasting from 6 . To Midnight sundays through fridays. Sruv pm is the state s second Fri station. Joy pm a commercial operation has it Een broadcasting for several years. Ham i Olirs reapportionment Barri up a Vermont has re apportioned its legislature and now Barre City is probing the possibility of realigning itself. A study committee has to it Een formed and is due to report its findings to City officials by nov. I. Barre has six wards and each has one Alderman and one school director. However the largest Ward is twice the size of the smallest. The City also has four legislative districts to elect the four representatives it is entitled to under the 1965 reapportionment act. One plan has been advanced that would reduce the six wards to four coinciding with the four legislative districts. Each District would it two aldermen and two school directors. A City wide referendum has been scheduled for nov. 23, the Day of the Vermont general elections for representatives to the legislature. Over Iii div Ork i Quot its ii i Saftel it hours offered Schenectady the state dept of Commerce will conduct a 10-week flight instructor refresher course the first of its kind Ever offered in the state beginning oct. 5 at 7 . At Linton High school. Open to All certificated flight instructors and trainees in the capital District and adjoining areas the course is part of a statewide aviation safety education program. Roland k. Alexander air safety consultant of the Commerce Bureau of aviation will be instructor. Registration information is available from the director of adult education Linton High school. Record Imp of students it in in Troy Hudson Valley Community College has again registered a record number of entering freshmen students. College pres Dent James j. I it Gibbons announced today that 1,534 freshmen have entered the 18 curricula offered by the College. The record crop of freshmen combined with the largest senior class in its history brings the total enrolment at the two year College to 2,500. Dean of admissions Ralph h. O Brien said that the greatest growth in enrolment in null it ers was in the business department. He stated however that enrolment in the civil technology medical lavatory and radiological health programs reflect an increase of approximately 50 per cent. Dot in Iii b Ewart thriller for Pittsfield Pittsfield a an abandoned movie theater in Pittsfield will be renovated for the showing of Art films. Western Massachusetts Heaters inc., has announced. Formerly the state theater the new occupant will be known As state Cinema of Pittsfield inc. Its Springfield based Parent also owns the Capitol and Palace Heaters in Pittsfield. Motored list killed Iii crash North Adams Donald e. Courtot jr., 21, died wednesday at Albany medical Center 24 hours after he suffered a severe Skull fracture when his motorcycle crashed on state Road. The Navy air Veteran was the City s first motorcycle fatality in Many years. He apparently lost control of his Cycle when it went Between another motorcycle and a car. The Cycle hit a sign Post and travelled too of t across a sidewalk and Lawn where Courtot was pinned under tin machine. He was wearing a crash helmet but it was split on Impact with the Ramn renewal papers i Ned Adams selectmen and Adams redevelopment authority members wednesday signed necessary agreements to launch the towns is us too Urban renewal project. The project was approved at a special town meeting monday. The Federal government pays approximately 7t, of the total Cost. The town is to borrow $250,000 Over a 20-year period the state to reimburse approximately one half of the . Framer named to Federal Job Williamstown mrs. Robert p. Cramer who lived in Williamstown before moving to the Virgin islands five years ago has been named Deputy commissioner of the department of Commerce for St. Croix. The new Deputy commissioner s husband a 1940 graduate of Williams College is president of the Virgin islands corporation. He formerly served in the Massachusetts legislature. Day thoroughbred racing fall festival of racing monday thru sat. Post time 2 00 pm daily double twin double m u \ s if la k St in f l it if v ing a uni Mill i Hom fit i Lams own mass for Risi Eva i ions so 8? j til i study group formed for stereo tape player option., to a new magic door Gate for wagons swings out for people and Down for cargo. City i league j it Barre up a a 10-member committee to study formation of a Vermont league of cities and towns was created wednesday. Representatives from 45 Vermont communities met to discuss the proposal which received backing from prof. Andrew e. Nuquist of the University of Vermont s government Clearing House. The executive committee meets oct. 27 to plan ways to gain state wide support. Essex town manager Edward r. Lamb was named president of the temporary organization. Lamb said tentative plans Call for an annual operating budget of $20,000, raised by assessing dues on member communities. Regional meetings to gain pop it ular support Are in the works. Vermont and three other Eastern Seaboard states Are the Only ones in the nation without a league of municipalities. Kuuku tuning los Angeles up a aftershocks from a series of earthquakes which rocked the Mojave desert last weekend May be Felt Here today and tuesday according to or. Charles f. Richter seismologist at the California Institute of technology in Pasadena. Richter said the aftershocks would be Bay state lawyers map appeals to keep convicted democratic officials out of jail Boston up a a Battery of lawyers today began drafting an Appeal to the Massachusetts supreme court in Hopes of keeping four members of the 1960 executive Council out of prison. The four All prominent democrats were free today on personal recognizance pending the outcome of their fight to escape jail sentences on bribery and conspiracy charges. Joseph Ray Crimmins and Raymond f. Sullivan resigned from the executive Council wednesday just two hours lie fore they were sentenced. Prison terms were also ordered for former councillors Michael j. Favulli of Worcester and Ernest c. Stalun of Fairhaven. Crimmins was sentenced to 2v2 years for conspiracy 2 years for requesting a bribe and 2 years for accepting a bribe. He was fined $1,000. All jail terms will be served concurrently. Sullivan Favulli and Stalun were sentenced to 2 years for conspiracy and 2 years for requesting a bribe a All terms to be served concurrently. Superior court judge Eugene a. Hudson permitted the four men their Freedom while they Appeal the convictions to the High court. Attorneys for the men said the supreme court would probably not act on the appeals for eight months to a year. A jury of nine men and three women returned the guilty verdicts against the councillors after deliberating five hours on the eighth Day of the trial. Crimmins was sentenced to the Middlesex county House of correction Favulli to the Worcester county House of correction Sullivan to the Hampden county House of correction and Stalun to the Bristol county House of correction. Stalun Favulli and Sullivan were cleared last Friday by directed verdict of the charge of accepting a bribe. Former gov. Foster Furcolo also a Democrat was cleared the same Day by a directed verdict of a charge of conspiracy. He had gone on trial with the four councillors on the conspiracy charge. Furcolo and the four coun Milors were indicted last octo Ber by a grand jury on the basis of evidence presented by the now defunct Massachusetts crime commission. The indictments against the five were sought in connection with the april 8, 1960 executive Council confirmation of the reappointment of Anthony Dina tale As state commissioner of Public works. Furcolo submitted Dinatale a name for confirmation feb. 4, 1960 and the prosecution contended that the councillors held up approval for eight weeks while trying to Trade votes for Campaign funds. The key witness for the prosecution was Edward j. Cronin a fifth member of the 1960 executive Council and now a clerk of Newton District court. Cronin admitted he participated in the bribery plot and said he lied while testifying before a grand jury. Gov. John a. Volpe said wednesday his Legal staff was studying Cronin a testimony and would report its recommendations to him. The four councillors could have received sentences of up to to years in prison on the bribery charges or fines of up to $5,000. They could have been years and a Fine of $1,000 on Given sentences of up to 2,/2 the conspiracy charge. It Olin ill Millican Vienna up a radio Budapest reported wednesday that South Viet names Freedom front Viet Cong Headquarters in Moscow has signed a protocol agreement with Hungary to establish a permanent Branch office in Budapest. The Bennington Banner telephones business. .442-6300 newsroom. .442-2800 advertising. .442-2684 the Bennington Banner is published Dally except sunday and Legal holidays at 425 main St., Bennington vt., 05201 by the Banner publishing corporation. Members 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 hairier and motor delivery die per Day subscription rates by mall for 50-mile radius and All Vermont 3 months $6.30, 6 months $11.70, i year $22.50 elsewhere in the . 3 months $7.00 6 months $13.00 i year $25.00 second class postage paid at Bennington it. 05201 better than Sunshine a electric clothes dryer dry your clothes in the confort of your Home Stop in today Cen 1 Rai Vermont Public service corp. Thrift lesson for students a valuable addition to the curriculum of every school is a course that will teach Young people the habit of Thrift and the value of saving this Mutual savings Bank offers such a course to schools in its immediate area through a school savings program parents Ore urged to help their children save regularly in the school savings program offered in the local school system of there is no local school savings program encourage them to save Small sums regularly by Moil 1 f neck s sary the Best time to learn the Thrift lesson is in the formative years while the student is learning other lessons save by mail Bank pays postage both ways interest Credi Ted time s per year recent rate annually Burlington savings Bank Vermont a largest Bank Burlington Vermont or mba Tim or in i or it Ltd it in it i in it it c or a rat Ion announcing tiie is i Kom Ford in ids new quiet Ultra luxurious Ltd a new High performance 7-litre models with 428-cu.in.v-8. 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