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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - August 10, 1965, Bennington, Vermont 2-Mennington manner tuesday Augustio 19gl around Vermont alignment scheme seen not firm Burlington up a former state rep. Richard Schmidt says that Vermont s reapportionment scheme is Only temporary and will be out dated in two to four years. Schmidt said monday in a speech to the Burlington Lions club that he Hopes the general Assembly will Call a constitutional convention and a a perhaps give serious consideration to a unicameral system of the Burlington Democrat praised the 1965 legislature however for achieving a the quiet revolution of reapportionment. Woman 86,takes love ills to judge Montpelier up a an 86-year-old woman seeks an annulment of her marriage two years ago to an 83-year-old Man. Karen Peterson Tucker monday appealed to the Vermont supreme court for the annulment of her marriage to George h. Tucker of Randolph after a Washington county Superior court had dismissed her petition earlier. Mrs. Tucker appealed in Washington county court pm the grounds of alleged fraud and incapacity on the part of the husband. Superior judge Donald e. O Brien denied the petition on these grounds saying a if there is any presumption of capacity the court is inclined to View that 80 years of age effectively rebuts Williston named to milk Hoard Montpelier up a gov. Philip h. Hoff monday appointed Bernard Boyer or. Of Williston to a two year term As member of the state milk control Board. Boyer is president of the Champlain Valley milk producers association. He operates a farm with 160 head of cattle in Williston. Lathorn advisor to tax dept. Montpelier up a the state tax department has hired rep. Byron Hathorn a Hartford on a contractual basis. Hathorn will work for the department for $35 a Day plus expenses. Assistant personnel director Claude Magnant said monday that Hathorn had not been appointed to erne of the six classified positions authorized for the department but was hired on a contractual basis Only. Hathorn will work in towns throughout the state on behalf of the property equalization program. Hathorn was chairman of the ways and Means committee of the 1964 House. Y oni ii filters innocent plea Montpelier up a a 17-year-old California youth has pleaded innocent to charges of breaking and entering at the Pavilion hotel Here last week in an Effort to steal Beer. Robert Russell is one of three youths accused of breaking into a storeroom at the Pavilion hotel shortly after the bar closed thursday night and attempting to get away with 14 cases of Beer one Case of soda and several blankets. A second youth William f. Croney 19, of Northfield has also pleaded innocent to the charge. Municipal judge Grace j. Mcguire monday set bail for Russell at $50. The third youth involved a 14-year-old Montpelier resident will have a juvenile hearing this week. Hills to he sought for Wil Olgr Burlington up a the University of Vermont monday was authorized to seek bids for a $70,000 Outing club ski Lodge to be located on land in Jeffersonville. The Board of trustees said gifts and pledges from the project total $25,000 plus two Challenge gifts of $10,000 each if the Lodge is completed by dec. I of this year. The University is continuing its Campaign to find the remaining $25,000 needed to do the Jot Over in mete York Hallston spa Hoys found i Trad Ballston spa a two local High schooners were found dead on the balt More Washington expressway thursday authorities said monday. The Albany Fri office listed Kermit Casey o Brien 15, and Wayne Corlew 14, As dead of head injuries of a sort a caused when struck by a motor the boys left Home without permission a week ago. Rocky no ins Boos autograph his Smithtown a gov. Nelson a. Rockefeller was greeted Here sunday with Boos and cardboard signs denouncing the new two per cent sales tax when he made his first appearance since the tax went into effect aug. I. But Hundred of Well wishers also sought his autograph. Rockefeller called the sales tax which he supported a a necessary evil. Believe me i did not want to suggest this to the legislature. But our schools have been demanding More loin Aims Al Hawk shoots daughter Hague a now a patient at Bishop Degoes Briand Hospital in Burlington it. Is mrs. Edna e. Norwood of Clearwater fla., who was acc Dently shot monday morning by her Mother mrs. Frank Sharpe of Hauge when the older woman was attempting to shoot Down a Hawk. Mrs. Norwood who is eight months pregnant suffered wounds to the left wrist and Chest. Down in Berkshire Sprague to. Sales reach Peak North Adams a net sales of Sprague electric co. And consolidated subsidiaries in the first six months of 1965 totalled $51,619,241, the highest half year sales figure in the company a history. The announcement was made by Robert c. Sprague chairman of the Board and Ernest l. Ward president in the company a Semi annual report to shareholders. Summer schooners to graduate North Adams a the 1965 summer commencement exercises of North Adams state College will take place Friday morning at 11 in the Berkshire Community College in Pittsfield. Or. Eugene l. Freel president of the state College will award the degrees to the four Bachelor of science in education and the 16 master of education degree candidates. The summer session usually held in Pittsfield this year took place partially in North Adams. Pittsfield to hold Mardi gras Pittsfield a the Mardi gras Parade sponsored by the Pittsfield Parks and recreation department will take place tonight starting at Wah Conah Park and ending at Pittsfield common. Theme of the annual playgrounds event is a great events in Stock Market list and comment Hoff Udall others favo Maine Public Power development new York up a Stock prices opened firm in moderate try a today. Chemicals were firm aircraft were slightly higher. Electronics showed some Good gains. Motors were firm. Oils were narrowly mixed. Airlines showed signs of another Good upward move. Metals were fractionally higher. Dupont was unchanged at 234%, 5 was Allied chemical at 46v4 and Union Carbide at 59. Eastman Kodak dropped it to 88. Bethlehem steel added a to 35vs. And Republic added a to 407/8. . Steel was unchanged at 47 is As was Youngstown sex dividend at 38-vz Jones a Laughlin dropped a to 6ov4 on 1,000 shares. General motors dropped v4 to 97. Ford added it to 52%. American motors tacked on is at to. Ism advanced i it to 4854. Motorola was unchanged at 103 but Ria dropped is to 36% army contracts Bor batteries at Union Carbide new York . A a $1.7 million contract has been awarded to Union Carbide corp. By the . Army electronics command in Philadelphia to Supply 450,000 dry cell batteries for use in electronic communications equipment. The batteries will be produced in Charlotte n.c., at one of seven Battery plants operated by Union Carbide s consumer products division. The first commercial dry cell Battery was produced by erne of the founding companies of Union Carbide a National Carbon co. A Back in 1890. Today Union Carbide markets about 450 different types of batteries under its eve ready Trade Mark. They Are used in flashlights radios television sets hearing aids Photoflash units toys and a variety of Battery operated appliances including carving knives hedge trimmers toothbrushes and vacuum cleaners. Air prods 56% 1% Jones a Laughlin 60% a air reduction 60%�? it Joy mfg 593/ 4. It Allegheny Ludlum St 43 a % Kennicott 110% % Allegheny Power 28 a Kroger 39 it Allied chemical 46% it leh it c 171/4 Allis Chalmers 22 a Lehigh Val ind 4% Alcoa cd 68% Lof Glass 54% american airlines cd 50% a Lone Star pm 18% american Cyan amid 76% it Lorillard 443/4 american electric 417/8 it Mack trucks 333/4 % american met cd 471/2 % Monsanto cd 86 american motors to it Montgomery Ward 31% % american Tat 66% % Motorola 103 a american tobacco 38% a National aviation 32 Anaconda 67 % National biscuit 57% a Aramco steel 64%�? it National Dairy 90% % Atchison 33% it National dist 303/4 a Bendix 51 Vava new York Central 521/8 Bethlehem steel 35% a North american a 55% it Boeing aircraft 80% % Olin Matteson 48% bad co 24% it Owen Illinois Gid 51 % Canada dry 31% a Paramount pictures 59 a Canadian Pacific 57 it Peabody c 37 a it cetane be 82% a Penney 67% a Champ paper 39% Penn p l 37 a Chrysler 43% Pennsylvania or 42 City prod 48% Pepsi cola 79 coca cola 76% % Phillips pet 54% Colgate 30% % Procter Gamble 72% it Collins r 33% % Pullman 49% a Commonwealth de 53% % Ria 36% it consolidated de 43%�? it Reading 193/8 it cons natural Gas 74% 1 i Republic steel 403/4 it consolidated Coal 50 a it Reynolds met 41% % consumer Power 58 it Reynolds tobacco 40%�? % Coppe Weld steel 31% Sears Roebuck cd 66%�? % Detroit Edison 35% Sinclair 591/2 Douglas aircraft 47% % Socony mob 89% % Dow chemical 69 a Sperry r 12 Dupont 2343/4 % Standard of Cal 73% East air lines 59% 3/s Standard of Indiana 48% Eastman 88% Standard of no 75% it Erie Lackawanna 8% Studebaker 20 Firestone 443/a 1/2 Swift 48% % Ford 52% Tennessee Gas 233/s general dynamics 41% it Thompson r w 33% general electric 102 % Tidewater of 39 general foods 84 3/8 it trans w a 443/fe a general motors 97% it Union Carbide 59% % general Telephone 413/4 United aircraft 803/g % Goodrich 57% United air lines cd 72% a Goodyear 47 a United fruit 2iv2 Grace w r 49 a to % us steel 47% a greyhound 21% it Western Union 40 3/4�? a Gulf Oil 55%�? it Westinghouse air by 36% it Harbison Walker 37% a Westinghouse elec 51 a % Hoff electric 6% Wheeling steel 25% Illinois Central 50% White motors 32 Ingersol Rand 44 % a Winn do 38 ism 485 1 Woolworth 273/4 % International Harv 35% it Xerox up 162 a 1% International Nickel 87% it Youngstown s t cd 38% International Tel Atel 53 Zenith 82 % mate on Sinatra a yacht drowns girls saved As launch capsizes Vineyard Haven mass. Up a a 23-year-old Man apparently drowned but two girls swam to safety Early today when a Small launch from Frank Sinatra a chartered luxury yacht capsized. The coast guard identified the Man As Robert Goldfarb first mate aboard the yacht. His Home address was not available immediately. Goldfarb was one of 20 persons aboard the yacht Southern Breeze. The two unidentified women swam Back to the 168-foot Southern Breeze anchored at the Mouth of this Island Harbor. Coast guard officials said Mia Farrow Sinatra a 19-year-old sweetheart was not one of the girls. Circumstances surrounding the Accident remained a mystery. The sea was Choppy and there was a Light fog when the Accident happened at 4 . On the Seaward Side of the yacht which Sinatra reportedly is renting for $2,000 a Day while on a month Long cruise of the new England coastline. A massive air sea search was ordered at Dawn for the missing Man. The coast guard at Gay head said the Accident was reported when someone aboard the Southern Breeze telephoned them. Sinatra s rented yacht has been moored at the Harbor Mouth since sunday and was expected to remain at Anchor Here at least until thursday. Sinatra escorted actress Rosalind Russell and her husband to the Martha s Vineyard Airport monday where the couple boarded his private Jet for a flight to an undisclosed location. Frank was overheard telling miss Russell a a in la see you Here a taxi Driver who took the group to the Airport said Sinatra joked during the ride about a movie he made Early in his show business career. While Sinatra saw miss Russell off Mia Farrow Star of the television soap opera Peyton place and Sinatra s current romantic interest made a round of the town s shops with actress Claudette Colbert. At one Point in a drug store a customer recognized her and said to a clerk a that s Mia a so what replied the clerk indifferent to his proximity to the Starlet who has captured Sinatra s heart. On another front monday Wilton Vaugh director of the registry of motor vehicle s Motorboat division said there was no Law which permitted sea going Massachusetts medical school decision due Worcester mass. Up a University of Massachusetts trustees were to visit this City today to review Sites for the new state medical school. The trustees who voted last week against reconsidering their decision to build the multimillion Dollar medical school in Worcester were also to discuss possible locations for the faction the exact location in a relatively Short time a said John w. Haigis of Greenfield chairman of the trustee building and grounds committee. He said his committee hoped to present recommendations on a site at the next meeting of the Board tentatively scheduled for sept. To. Land owned by the Worcester state Hospital was reportedly the favored site for the medical school. Policemen to keep pleasure boats too feet from Sinatra s yacht. Policemen hired by Sinatra circled his yacht while it was anchored off Hyannis port sunday keeping the sightseers at a distance. A the Harbor is not reserved for the exclusive rights of any tourist any Singer or any movie Star a Vaugh said. A nobody had a right to say that a portion of it belonged to Sinatra. A Why in Boston Harbor even the Navy does t keep sightseeing boats away from the Wasp an aircraft Carrier yet some tourist like Sinatra comes in and takes Over. A i say that our coastal Waters Are owned by the Public and the Public has a right to go anywhere it pleases a he said. Washington up a the american Public Power association said today that Federal Power development in new England a is Long Alex Radin general manager of the organization representing 1,200 local publicly owned electric utilities in testimony prepared for a House Public works subcommittee said the $227 million project planned on the upper St. John River should get under Way a without the subcommittee today was winding up hearings into the Federal project designed to bring Law Cost Power to new England. Radin said a this development will Benefit a Region badly in need of an economic shot in the and will be a sound investment for american in testimony monday Interior Secretary Stewart l. Udall said the project would provide a a a yardstick for Low Cost Power in new England. Udall in the face of private Power opposition threw the weight of the Johnson administration behind the Power com missing Brothers found dead Millinocket Maine up a the bodies of a 17-year-old mentally retarded diabetic and his 3-year-old brother were found monday in Baxter state Park near mile High it. Fatah Din. They had been dead several Days. Robbie Mott a diabetic with a mental age of 7, and Timmy of Rochester ., wandered away from the roaring Brook campsite july 30. Their bodies were found near Avalanche Brook a tiny Stream two Miles away. The grim discovery by two game wardens and an employee of the great Northern paper co. Ended a 10-Day search by forces of up to 400 volunteers. The search party made the discovery in mid after noon Only hours before the formal search for the boys was to end. Authorities had decided to end intensive search efforts at the end of the Day convinced there was no longer a Chance the boys might be alive. George Mott father of the youths said Robbie needed insulin Dally and authorities feared he May have lapsed into a diabetic coma the Day he disappeared. Gov. John h. Reed who was in constant communication with search officials during the Hunt said he was a deeply saddened to learn of the boys death. A i know that All Maine people join me in expressing profound sympathy to or. And mrs. Mott in an hour of great sorrow a he said. A the harrowing ordeal they have experienced has aroused the compassion of everyone in the plex that would generate 794,-000 kilowatts. The Senate has passed an omnibus Public works Bill containing the Maine hydroelectric project. A i think this is one of the projects i can endorse without reservation and with As much enthusiasm As any other project a Udall said. In his testimony Charles f. Avila preside. Of Boston Edison co., said private utilities could build a Power Plant for $71 million. He also said that a private study showed a the Interior department s estimated Cost for the project was understated by at least $71 million a which is All the investor owned Industry would need to build equivalent Udall testified that the Federal project would create a a Federal yardstick that would cause private companies to later reduce their costs. Udall said that new England presently has electricity costs 28 per cent above the National average. Morgan Dubrow an Interior department official backed up Udall on this Point saying that historically wherever there has been Federal Power development Power costs have been reduced. A it will have a big Impact on the Over All Power Market in new England a Dubrow said. Gov. John h. Reed of Maine said the project at Dickey on the St. John River a represents far More than just another River Hydro electric project. A this project with its Basic Backbone transmission line would in my opinion be the key that would open up the entire Northeast Region of our nation to the benefits of Low Cost Avile in his statement questioned whether the Federal project was necessary a since no Power shortages now Are shortages calling for further study Avila said a this latest proposal has been conceived from a pattern of past failures As proposed it is unsound in concept its recommendations contain errors miscalculations and unrealistic others testifying or submitting statements in favor of the project included gov. Philip h. Hoff of Vermont rep. William d. Hathaway a Maine rep. Stanley r. Tupper a Maine Maine state sen. Elmer Vio Lette of Van Buren Robert Clark of the Maine Rural electric association a. H. Miller of Portland representing the Maine Power authority and Michael Collins president of the new England Public Power association. Furniture Kroehler 2 pc. 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