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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - August 9, 1965, Bennington, Vermont 2 a Bennington Banner monday August 9, 1965 around Vermont last l a for wage appeals Montpelier up a today is the last Day that state employees can file wage appeals with the personnel division. A number of such appeals have already been filed following a general across the Board pay raise which has been called a a inequitable by some employees. Most of the state employees were raised two pay grades by an act of the 1965 legislature but some were advanced Only one step. State personnel director mrs. Leslie Bell said last week that some employees were Given no pay raises at All. The fact that the raise was not equal for All workers has caused a great Deal of confusion and a number of grievances. Low medical building bid cited Burlington up a president Shannon Mccune of the University of Vermont says that a very favourable bid has been received on the phase three unit of the medical building. This Means the University will not be a financially squeezed in building and equipping the new unit he said. Mccune made his first report to the Board of trustees since assuming the presidency last month. He said saturday that the Low bidder on the $8.7 million third phase unit was the firm of Humphreys and Harding of new York with a bid of $7,095,000, including fixed equipment and site preparation. Flop Ofui for District change Montpelier up a the town of Brookfield is still hopeful of being transferred from one representative voting District to another. The legislative reapportionment Board will hold a hearing in Chelsea on aug. 18 to determine whether to permit the Transfer of Brookfield from District 35 to District 23. In order to leave one District and become part of another consent from the boards of civil authority in All the towns affected by the move must be secured. In the Case of Brookfield however the towns of Chelsea and Washington have turned Down the application for Transfer. Ketchum rules Andrews May Hun Montpelier up a the on again off again House candidacy of James Andrews of Barre seems to be on again today. Andrews had been told he cannot run for the House because he has not lived for a full year in the newly re distracted subdistrict in Barre. But Andrews said he could run anyway because nobody had officially informed him he could not run. Andrews argument was that he was being prohibited from running for office simply because of the recent redistricting. Under the old apportionment scheme he would have been living in a District from which he was eligible to run. Deputy atty. Gen. Chester Ketcham ruled saturday in an opinion which did not specifically name Andrews that neither his own office nor the legislative reapportionment Board had any right to take action in the Case of a candidate who wished to run. Ketcham said Andrews can run for office but of anyone is aggrieved by the decisions of local officials they have recourse to a court of Law. And As for judging the qualifications of a candidate Ketcham said that under Vermont Law Only the general Assembly itself can do so. Per to Hoar Moro on Hail lilt St. Albans up a the Public service Board pub meets Here today to hear a petition by the Central Vermont railway asking permission to discontinue two daily passenger trains and one sunday train Between St. Albans and White River Junction. The Railroad is asking discontinuance of one train in each direction each Day. At an earlier hearing railway officials told the pub that loss of a . Post office mail contract is forcing the cancellation. Over in m York excursion boat mils Heel Lake George a the 115-foot excursion boat a pm ohioan a struck a reef Here late saturday forcing evacuation of More than 300 passengers. The Craft chartered by members and guests of the silhouettes a Schenectady negro civic club started to sink about one mile from huletts Landing 20 Miles North of this resort. James Stamper president of the group praised the passengers and Crew of to who disembarked from the stricken boat before it was beached in about to feet of water 50 Yards from Shore. He said there was no panic and that life jackets were promptly handed out. Several persons were bruised or shaken up when the ship hit the reef he added but no one was seriously injured. Police arrested Iii robberies Utica a three members of the City police department and a former patrolman were arrested Friday in connection with a payroll robbery of $5,600 from a construction firms Field office in nearby Washington Mills. Two of the officers and one who resigned last january were charged in four robberies that netted a total of about $10,000. A fourth patrolman was accused in the latest Holdup. The department was reorganized less than four years ago following a state investigation of vice and crime that resulted in 21 convictions including that of a former Deputy police chief and three policemen. Officials said saturday that state police were continuing the current probe begun six months ago. Down in Berkshire stolen Strongbox found in Field Adams a a Strongbox reportedly stolen from the Home of or. And mrs. Lewis of 74 Park St. May 19 was found this weekend in a Meadow off the Curran Highway in North jail demolished Williamstown a the jail Here built in 1868, was demolished i riday to make room for a new jail authorized by the Board of selectmen. The jail has not been used in several years. Prisoners were sent either to North Adams or the county jail in of Highway delinquency Lee a Early in a strange Story of Highway delinquency a car was stolen in Rutland vt., painted White and then driven to Becket mass., where it crashed Over a Bank. The Driver hitchhiked to Lee and had the Lee Auto sales Tow the car to its garage. He then took a cab to Pittsfield and tried to rent a car in that City. Failing that he persuaded Charles Clemons a taxi company proprietor to drive him Back to Rutland in Clemons personal car a Cadillac. Clemons told police he was punched and finally got out of the car to avoid a More violent confrontation. The Man still unidentified then drove away in Clemons car in the Vicinity of Wallingford. Rutland police and Vermont state police Are Stock Market list and comment Bay slate girl 5, found dead after playground disappearance new York of Pic Stock prices opened mixed in quiet trading today. Steels were firm. Metals were mixed. Electronics were fractionally higher. Oils were steady. Aircraft were slightly higher. Motors were mixed. General motors trading sex dividend slipped % to 97%. American motors held unchanged at Ioas did Chrysler at 44vs. Ford dropped is to 52 3/4. . Steel fell a to 47%. 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Up a doctors at the Harvard school of Legal Medicine today attempted to determine the cause of death of five year old Ellen Gamache of Middleboro who was apparently slain by a sex maniac. The badly decomposed body of the Little girl was found sunday in a Blueberry Patch in Lakeville about eight Miles from the playground where she was last seen alive july 29. Middleboro police chief Howard Tower said an autopsy performed sunday night by Plymouth county medical examiner Raymond Baxter indicated the girl was sexually molested. He said it appeared she died the Day she disappeared. He said the autopsy did not reveal How the girl was killed. Tower said the child a body was lying face up when it was discovered by mrs. Hildreth Westgate who was picking blueberries with her two sons. He said the girl was Clad Only in a Shortsleeve flowered Blouse her Black pedal pushers lying across the lower part of her body. Tower said she had been stabbed in the legs four times. The chief said a thorough search of the area where the girls body was found turned up no clues. He theorized that the child was carried into the Woods after she was killed. Chief Tower said he told the girls Mother Patricia that her daughter was found dead. Mrs. Gamache collapsed when she received the news and was placed under the care of a physician. During the search mrs. Gamache repeatedly said a i could forgive anything As Long As she a several hours before discovery of the body police said examination of photographs taken at Thomas Pierce playground the Day the girl disappeared showed no suspects. Authorities said the Only thing in the pictures they could not identify was a 1948 car. The pictures were taken by a new York tourist. Tower said he would like to question the owner of the car. The chief has repeatedly voiced the theory that Ellen was picked up by a Man in a car. 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