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Smokes Theft Sentencing Cabrera, Toomey, Litile Draw New Five-Year Terms 1 Wednesday Page 15 6trtifto Vamm. O BwUifet Uki Ckuflii NOVEMBER 9, 1966 Joseph W. Cabrera, 35, for-merly of Winooski, together with three coconspirators, drew five-year, federal prison terms in U.S. District Court in Boston Tuesday ' for the May 1364 inter state t r a n s p o r-tation of c i g-arettes taken from the Bur-1 i n g t o n here. together with William Toomey, 20, of Revere, Mass., and Albert G. Little Jr., 20, of Boston, pleaded guilty last Thursday at the height of their trial. mm M ... .iWr'd Toomey Little i Cabrera Grocery Co. Cabrera, ' Little and Toomey will be tried in Chittenden County Court here next week for their alleged part in the conspiracy to rob the store and the kidnapping of Mrs. Ruth I. Clark of 104 Lakewood Parkway. Wall praised Burlington Detective Lt. Robert Abare and Hoi Cnt T..v,n U.,n. r.,,A A fourth Bay State resident,! g 0 u t n Buriinglon Patrolman rasquale J. Morano Jr., 31, oflR . . , . .,,..,, in getting information on Ca- ,(LnJ ibrei'a's movements prior to the jury returned,., Q. Boston, refused to plead guilty to the Bur ineton Grocery to break-in, but a a guilty veraici. He drew an immediate five-year federal prison sentence. All four had appealed their five-year sentences . following trial in U.S. District Court in April 1965. .' ' Following the i e n t e n c i n g $25,000 smokes theft "Detective Hayes, while on a shopping trip with his family, happened to pull up alongside Cabrera in the Gaynes Department Store parking lot and recognized him," said Wall. "He overheard some of the conversation and also managed Tuesday, Assistant U.S. Atty. to get the car license number. John Wall told The Burlington : He later lined up clerk-witnesses Free Press that during the and found Cabrera had pur-second trial "more came to chased crowbars just a few light regarding M o r a n e ' s hours before the burglary." participation in the break-in Wall said former Patrolman and, based on this, the govern-; Hunt later spotted Cabrera in ment recommended his previous a phone booth and radioed in three-year term be increased to the exact time. five years." S V - V- -: fWf W---:--: my ; "': ?:::-: :&'V: mmimmmm iiifmiMiii iiiin K ;,?! .? !;;: ; : ?f 'i ; W :i mjWWtS m ! ' i fif 'i;!?; if'" :; : C "'t - ; :;;!: ;.;Cs f j; :.:s:: -v ;: -: f' i, r Tapinrmni i- ( ji i ii ill")"1!' rrrnj i fT Wi;V - H' ?,4 ft' ' avx W,frj r I iiHpiiii jiiif ' Ci'. ' Chittenden County Democratic Democrats, paced by Gov. Hoff, swept to crushing victories in Chittenden County at Tuesday's general election. All county offices and all six seats in the Vermont Senate from the Chittenden Grand Isle District fell to the Democrats.. With Hoff leading the way throughout the county, Demo-crats won all the contests and recaptured the single seat in the Vermont Senate that had fallen into Republican hands of Shelburne, chairman of the Republican State Committee and a strong supporter and personal friend of Richard A. Snelling of . Shelburne, the GOP candidate for governor. Other defeated GOP candidates who were swept aside by the Hoff 'wave1 in the' Senate contest were Frederic D. Aid-rich of Richmond, Helen B. Lawrence of Jericho, Burlington Alderman George E. Little Jr., Stuart T. Martin of Burlington and Rep. Proctor H. Page Sr. i p. (P - -v lufi Mm illl O'Brien Bove in the special 1965 election. irw.prf in th,' SpnatP from of Burlington the Chittenden - Grand isle I ytllft and Page -'who rar' District were Sen. Fiore (Babe) , also as an Independent ran Bove of Burlington, L. John: well, but were unable to make and High Bailiff William F. Boivin of Burlngton, also a Democrat, won in the only two contests for county offices. Moore and Democratic Asst. Judge Louis G. Lavalley of Burlington turned back the bid Crowley was reelected to the Another Vote Cast ... Ballet stance, worthy of Rudolf Nureyev, is struck in polling booth. Cain of Burlington, Thomas M. up we Dig aeticit mey ran into 0f the lone GOP candidate for Crowley, of Burlington, Sen.i'n uurungion ana winooski, two assistant judge, Dan G. South-Charles L. Delaney of Democratc strongholds. . . I worth of Essex. Colchester, Sen. John J. (Jack)1 Democratic Asst. Judge Jo-! Boivin defeated Republican O'Brien of South Burlington and seph E. Moore of Burlington j Howard P. Lunderville of Willis- William L. Wright of Burlington. Cain, who led the Democratic ticket, along with Wright and Crowley are the three "New-Guard" Democrats who jumped into the race just before the Sept. 13 primary, e lection deadline at the personal request of H :. Cain ton, who Vermont House of sentatives Tuesday. Other Democrats who were reelected without opposition in Chittenden County were Probate Judge J. William O'Brien of Winooski, Sheriff Earle B. McLaughlin of Burlington and State's Atty. Patrick J. Leahy of Burlington. Delaney Wright Chittenden County has tra- R e p r e-;ditionally been a Democratic j stronghold, but Webb captured one ot tne benaie seats irom the Chittenden Grand Isle District in an upset during the light turnout at the special 1965 election. Democrats had set their sights on Webb's seat and scored a direct hit Tuesday. CHITTENDEN-GRAND ISLE SENATE (SIX SEATS) The office sweep knocked Sen. Derick V out of Webb U.S. District Court Jude An-' drew Caffrey ordered Cabrera's sentence served at the corhple-1 tion of his present 12-to-18 year ; term in Vermont State Prison "It was excellent work all around and Abare did top-notch work hi rounding up all the evidence," said Wall. Flees to Red China TOKYO (AP) - A top Japanese Communist. Ryuji Nishiza-wa, purged by his party after starting a magazine last month called "Study of Mao Tse-tung Cabrera, Little and Toomev Thought," has taken refuge in for his part in the conspiracy-1 will be returned to Vermont Red China with his wife. Police kidnap attempt at the Country State Prison in the next few estimate his pro-Peking group Store in May 1965. days. had about 200 members. Two Universities in France Seven State Colleges Plan Overseas Study Representatives from seven Geno and Jean-Pierre to participate in VOSP, Geno Vermont colleges have met to Lascoumes, both of UVM's said the program was not to iron out initial details of super-romance language department. ( be limited to French majors, vision of what may be a na- Dr. Alfred Cismaru, chairman : Freeman pointed out to the tional first the establishment of the language department at state colleges representatives study st. Michael's College, said his the potential value of the pro-college would like to have the i gram to those who wished to The Vermont Overseas Study! say in acceptance of SMC stu- teach foreign language in ele- Program (VOSP) will offer acs- out wouid not pull out 'mentary schools, Nursing Home Bond Issue Fails To Get Needed Edge of a statewide overseas program. students in the state colleges j caa b the opportunity to participate! n ' c' . v M : !, .,;. ., w. f( Dr. Stephen Freeman, cfi-m a junior year abroad, mte-! ,..,. grated into the curriculum of reclor of Middlebury s language either the University of Tours schools, argued it was better or the university of Nice, both of which are in France. The big question raised was how large a role in the direction of VOSP would be played by the participating colleges. As it stands now, students participating in the program will become students of the University of Vermont, and the credit earned will be transferred by UVM to the other colleges. George V. Kidder, UVM dean of Arts and Sciences, said, the university wanted to open direction of the program to the other ichools, but was not able to this year because of the time involved. The program, will begin next fall. Students will be chosen for the program by nomination of each participating college, by a personal interview with the VOSP directors. Thomas H. for the individual colleges to concentrate on rejection of students from their institutions, not to force candidates on the program. Freeman also pointed out that UVM's direction of the program was to the other colleges' advantage, as it offered them a quality program without a financial c-ommit-j ment. Funds for development 1 of VOSP were voted at last month's meeting of the UVM Board of Trustees. t Geno pointed out that UVM students would not have the priority over students from other colleges. "We'll take the very best students, no matter where they come from," he said. Out - of Provost Dr. Robert Bab-cock, of the state colleges, said there would be the difficulty of getting juniors to participate because of practice teaching requirements, but was. told of the possibility qualified sophomores might participate. The $465,000 bond issue for: an 80-bed addition to Municipal Nursing Home failed to achieve j the necessary two-thirds and was defeated. The item carried four of the seven city legislative I districts and was defeated In two for a final unofficial tally of 2.455 yes votes to 2,445 ' no votes, a slim majority of ' 10. i , The nursing home issue developed into a controversy in: pre-election days, with the principals being the Welfare Commission and Mayor Cain,! I who favored the addition, and! j Marvin Wilensky. adminstratorj of private Birchwood Nursing Home, who challenged it. j j Early returns showed the; nursing home had achieved the necessary two-thirds majority, but votes from Districts 1-6 in District 1-3, yes, 507, r.o 267. District 1-4, yes, 274, no 198. District 1-5, no, 422, yes 315. District no, 661, yes 470. District 1-7. yes 492, no 366. District 1-8, no, 480, yes 424. Bolton Burlington Charlotti Colchitr Eittx Hintiburg Huntington Jtricho Milton Richmond Shtlburnt So. Burlington St. Coorgo Und.rhill Wtstford Willitton The bond issue would have covered roughly half the cost a nAA'tnn DA Ka4c (n tiA Avicltnff ui duumg ou irtua iu me lAuiiiig yVinootki 40 beds at the nursing home. The balance would have been been made up from federal Hill-Burton Funds. Although no one can say if the controversy itself defeated the issue, many voters commented that they did not notice the bond issue item on the voting machine because of its placement, and therefore cast no vote on it at all. Alburg Grand Itlo III La Motte North Htro South Hro Total efi 2 - a a J t, 2. a o z U r 5r 39 37 35 36 40 37 1 38 41 41 39 41 39 3276 3277 4821 3707 1 4329 4202 118 7079 7693 6818 6759 7213 7141 288 303 312 288 330 300 . 19 218 242 219 218 233 327 405 419 496 454 504 500 0 751 816 769 783 789 767 1266 1322 1420 1329 1365 1457 54 1166 1271 1182 1181 1218 1217 247 258 255 239 281 249 23 200 209 202 190 207 195 107 113 110 112 116 118 0 50 58 54 53 62 44 276 314 301 274 308 312 0 177 198 173 175 200 192 352 362 368 366 390 378 23 482 493 477 472 499 465 299 257 275 261 281 270 14 181 204 181 188 210 188 497 50B 591 521 628 594 1 401 482 407 401 424 446 1262 1295 1685 1405 1633 1493 86 1535 1923 1711 1655 1954 1773 37 39 37 32 39 38 1 19 18 21 19 22 18 168 171 175 170 175 171 9 116 123 117 115 130 122 101 106 110 102 111 103 2 67 76 64 68 73 72 358 363 385 361 405 388 18 292 336 314 304 330 304 193 208 331 239 308 246 52 1857 1915 1862 1859 1924 1827 190 187 191 191 201 192 11 232 246 239 242 246 241 US U6 123 125 134 127 8 174 184 178 181 193 182 46 47 47 46 47 47 0 46 46 45 46 47 45 IS go 91 89 97 94 5 63 71 62 63 63 62 HB Ms 155 154 166 160 3 137 146 137 136 140 138 9755 9947 12314 10501 11888 11476 447 15281 16791 15273 15147 16218 15705 City Democrats Take Two Seats In Legislature From Republicans and Arthur to victory. E. Merola swept North Burlineton and 1-5 in the Vice President for north and center of the city gubernatorial race in the city, Affairs Clinton Cook whittled away the necessary although there was a smaller leacI- checklist for the bond issue than I UVM's 1 Academic also touched on the high cost of the program (estimated at $3,000 per student) when he mentioned the possibility of fed-! eral aid to future languge teach-! ers, 1 j Kidder drew from the group,! which included representatives' from Trinity College, SMC, the state colleges. Middlebury College and Goddard College, a concensus they were definitely interested in participating. At the close of the meeting. By districts, the vote was: District 1-2, yes, 73, no 51. Republican 1 two: Burlincton seats in the (int. House as a result of the massive ' incumbent Marion M. Bruhn Only 4.900 votes were cast Democratic victory in the state was defeated as was Helen W. for the bond issue, as compared Tuesday. with about 11.780 in t h e , ,. . . liepuoucan ranhs i r u m Burlington were thinned from five to three, with both losses coming from District 1-7 in the center of the city, where Democrats Brian D. Burns for the general election because of eligibility requirements. I Teachers Get Thursday Off So They Can Go to School Duchacek (528) for the two (1060) and Frank H. Davis w seats. occupy the two seats. District 4, a Democrat and Frank Davis ran as a Repuh a Republican will go to the can in the primary, but ?' I Mackenzie, who was seeking a Legislature again this year, seat occupied in the special; They are Democrat Francis J. session by Republican Paul Kennedy 1 945 and incumbent Dorn, who did not seek Republican Francis R. Peisch j reelection. (786) over Democrat Anna C. Burns polled 1.023 Democratic Brown i771l and Republican i votes. 14 Independent votes, write-in Kathleen S. McGuire jMerola polled 1.029 Democratic (681). Kennedy takes a seat j votes. Helen Mr' -uie received occupied last year by David A. 1 797 and Mrs. T 713. DeTurk. who has moved from I By districts. votes shown the state, in parentheses, ,iere is what District 1-8. in a vote that i happened in the city's other had Democrats frowning, districts: Republicans Cless G. Davis ! District 1-2 (shared with received a write-in nominal as a Democrat. Tuesday, polled 911 votes as a Republic, and 1.191 as a Democrat lo a total of 2.102. The only Democrat, Mrs. Evelyn L. Jarrett. polled 908 votes. and Burlington teachers will cut, NEW APPROACH TO LAN-. Conference Room classes this Thursday to go to GUAGE: Lectures on Modern 107. From 1 p.m. class. ihnglish bv Mrs. Virginia '(.lark an am i Ca...,;. ri.nniN.n rv.if 1 1 J V 1 1 and Mrs Marian CiIpa- :i i vir r.n iiii t idt. - - - as long as they are enrolled ! aH,.; mmmitto in cmM nt . . enn (RHi at 0 a m anri 11 i vision .of what mav ho a na. 2 . V ... . ' D.m. resnective v. n CP Smith ' vwiumaimg vy ana w me piogram. . ona rst - the estab shmenr " " V. ' . " AT .... , , vi;ti oLini nun inc iJV,H"i ire- a siaiewiae overseas stuay ; ,... Mrs. Margaret Nicholson! (Smith School) in the afternoon, state students, the group decided to form ' are enrolled ! in a Vermont institution are al- o eligible for the program. Although students must have of a woi King Knowiecme o rrencn nroeram. f REVIEW Of U.S.WEATHfR SUREAU FORECAST TO 7:00f.M. EJT U- -ft rain TV. ;r SNOW rain ,. '-,, ?v 1 V j WJrcooip WTQ8 WARMER r AtUNU tjr I ..1 f "mum m. . I HWIDW '"IM,I1 l ;" J V l iwowms 1 l MtCMftTtiureiT!tf ' ""r s N be in the "Driver's Seat"? i 0 FOTOCAST .shops on new teaching methods, Also participating in the event are selected teachers from kindergarten classes in Willislon, Shelburne, Charlotte, Essex Junction, and the Bennett C. Douglass School and Burlington Rehabilitation Center. Winooski) Burlington voters Iwent for incumbent Democrat Room John E. O'Brien of Winooski 223 to 103 for Republican write - PHYSICAL EDUCATION: In m cand,date C,e0,'ee A' Lack' BUS, Building "B." Room 202. I)i!trict W. Democratic in- cumoenis csmer n. mmrmi education from Kinder-! L 2 and Lorraine n. i.ranam to Grade 12. In the' 1.184 . will return to Montpelier morning only, starting at 9 a.m. after deteating itepuniuan write-in candidate uiaays n. Wright i829i. nisirirt 1-4. Democratic in- Tr.rV,)CA?,?rr L ' cumhenls Viola R. F o r t i n TECHNICAL EDLCA- (1 146) and clarence G. LeClair At 9 a.m., demonstra- , , niltnnn0H rtpnuhlifan e r 1 i . . ... ' ' rtsuciauw. ui io-r. . j ... sira iiu .u cv,,i n Auuiionum. a acmonsirai on on with the School De- . , , ,. , , oarten nartmpnt villi hixu tho 1i7 . ,tov" S '"'" ""J'"" teachers in the citv's miblic -hiM.U and n additional 75 u scnoon m u,e a"crnoon. HOME ECONOMICS, BUSI- teachers from parochial f,e with group discussion by grade NESS E)UCATI()N. INDUS mentary schools in nine work- TRIAL KINDERGARTEN IN - SER-VICE WORKSHOP: A orescn- TI0N:. tation hv two Buriinglon tradi. llon 01 1 olaro,d Lamcra In write-in candidate Donald E ers on their experience at the "lT3" . 'Evans (243) for the two seats Gesell Institute, regarding chil- m,im Al, 1U from this district drcn's readiness for school. Al-iso a presentation of a physical education approach to Kin- A." Room 404. Al 10 a.m. an overview of federal participation in vocational and other programs under the Vocatiomil Education Act of 1963. At 1:30 p.m., individual meetings on implementation of federal programs; business education, dergarten. All meetings in BUS, Building "C." Room 108. Although all city schools will vr. ..,,,., ,v, IIL, C(, iOosp for II,- d,v m, md(.n.s NEW VIEWS IN THE SO- volunteered to come back for , U'M'- Sl tuir-M- ai a m., live nuiming u ; nome economics, special reading demonstrations, teachers tell of new ideas en- Building "D": Vocational trade AH parochial elementary schools countered in summer institutes and industrial arts, Building except Christ the King will be and workshops. In the afternoon,; "A." Room 404. closed. Rice Memorial High flve teachers will demonstrate sni001j niRARY PRO-School in South Burlington will of new methods and ma- fiR VM Mornin, and aflcrnoon hold classes. . ?"als' J.ni."S' Bu,ldin sessions in BHS Library. mm i- . ,. i it, . . Knnm I i. ' ii - ine nicenr.gs win oe District 1-5, Democratic incumbents Will-am H. Hollister (1,187) and Sadie L. White (1,1471 outpollcd Republican write-in candidates Lillian R. Carlisle (577) and Ruth E. SHIRT AFTER SHIRT AFTER SHIRT AFTER SHIRT AFTER SHIRT AFTER SHIRT AFTER SHIRT AFTER SHIRT AFTER Etc. NOT WHEN YOU SEND THEM TO EMPIRE SHOP EARLY THIS fWEEK AT SHEARER CHEVROLET! So that our employes con hove a long weekend and go deer hunting, we shall be closed Friday, Nov. 1 1 for Veterans' Doy and also Saturdoy, Nov. 12. BUT . . . we're ready and eager to serve you on the 10th or the 1 4th. GOOD HUNTING! SHEARER'S Burlington. Dial 4-7471 333 Shelburn St. 6 v. (.WW " WTO TRAMSI - travel relaxed ! M13 firn 137 St. Paul St. Burlington Tel: 864-6811 held at Flynn, Smith, Hunt Junior High and Burlington High Schools, wih the reading demonstrations in other elementary schools. Wallace Green, chairman of the BTA committee planning the event, said he expects the workshops will be a continuing m ktuvv Tirc a . R K A I) I N (i DEMONSTRA-MATIIEMA1 ICS: An attempt TI()NS; n o t)e to show how mathematical con-worhops, tnP s,udt,nl voun. cepts are carried over from lccrs g0 to t,rir caSsrooms on elemrntary to secondary th(ljr dav flff (0 hr,p lCac,,ers sch.K,ls; in the afternoon. Dr. show the variety of reading pro-Joseph Izzo iUMi will discuss' Rrams llspd jn citv schools, from crilicisms of modern math. In individualized reading to crca-BHS Auditorium. ,; ,BtinB (1 1 I 1 1 , I nr vinnri.i imni(.,,.n ...a SCIENCE: , Continuous the brochure on the workshops showing, from 9 a m. to 2:30 prepared bv the committee, "is'P "1' of science films available I the opportunity this day offers fi'm city's A-V Center, in BHS, ' for the interchange of informs-1 Building "E," lecture room, j tion and ideas among staff l''roni 1 P-m., lecture on new members from all levels of approaches in science teaching teaching." 'from Kindergarten to Grade 6 Green also pointed out the !,y Miss J'Hn S('l)npi'lrr 1)1 majority of the teachers con- lilir(lVtt Hins Co. ducting the demonslratum FoREKiN LANGUAGES: Ex ! come from the local school animation of films, filmstrips ; s'sl('m' mid taped programs, discussion Here is a schedule of the dif-of their function in teaching! fcrcnt sessions: j language, in BUS, Building "B," . Burlington Area Free Press JIM Subscribers Becaust of lh bank holiday en Friday, Nov, 11, your Junior Independent Merchant will collect one day earlier this week to he may attend to hit route banking on Thursday. He appreciatei your cooperation. JIM Department The Burlington Free Preti HERE'S JU5T WHAT YOU'VE BEEN WAITING FORI 1 i5C !tteS Our 1st FISH FRY OF THE SEASON iDAY, NOVEMBER 9th Please Pay your JIM On First Call Th Junior Independent Merchant who delivers your Burlington Free Preit appreciatei your thoughtfulneit in paying him the first time he calls to collect. 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