Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Aug 23 1965, Page 2

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - August 23, 1965, Bennington, Vermont 2 renin ton Banner monday August 23, 1965 around Vermont Maine Man named principal Isi and p up a a recent graduate of the University of or h s been named principal of Brighton High school Here. In is cd ties a. Price a native of Berwick Maine who graduated i the University of Maine in 1963. For the past two be a s he has t Een assistant principal in the Dover Plains . High school. Price replaces Edward Sanderson principal at Brighton High for the past three years. Sanderson has accepted the Post of pit j a i a Loyalton Hartland Central school in Middleport . to compete Iii Calif. Ii a d Pond up a a tall dark haired Mother of four from North Quot Pion will represent Vermont in the mrs. America pageant this week at san Diego Calif. Or. Al it a Dodd selected earlier this year for the title left t h i i r or d for California and the to Day pageant. Or. Do is appearance at the pageant will be Good news to the other la participants. For she is taking along gifts for each of theron made Vermont Maple sugar Candy. Or r 111 compete for the title of mrs. America based on the to f corking with children. In addition to her four you a he teaches Bible school and operates a Kinder Garten or her Home for 17 children. B o o Brien l o seek a in term 1 in. In ton a i to of Brien or. Of South Burlington a r a .111 seek election to a third term in the House of to it lives. Of Brien will run on the democratic ticket for o it Fth two seats from District 11-2. In 1962 and 1964 of Bri i. >1 Toth the democratic and Republican Nomi nations of Quot i South Burlington a seat in the House. Of Mthr is a 1967 graduate of the University of Vermont. I 1 in is on old farm Road in South Burlington with 1 a Ito Quot former Stella Cotrupi of Rutland and their children. He is a partner in of Brien Brothers livestock dealers and Dairy Farmers. Of brie e an immediate need for a constitutional convention to i i Plush needed constitutional reforms in state govern my i. He also feels that education highways and economic de pc i at will demand considerable attention during the special session of the legislature. Loin Tunis s son to by released i ill to it n up a the teen age son of nationally syn i ated Coin Maist Samuel Lubel i will be released later this week r Lay Fletcher Hospital where he has been under treatment an undisclosed ailment officials said. Walt Ell 15, was rushed to the Hospital in an in cons n Mon thursday from a boys summer Camp at Hague in was placed in the care of neurosurgeons in the Hospital special care unit. Ill i pied consciousness and was reported in fair condition. Hospital declined to reveal the nature of his Aline it a that any information would have to come from his father. The Stock Market list and comment Maine Gold finds termed spectacular Leer in n York viol 11j a i killed on a to Shureb col inc �?16-year-old Mother of three was killed sunday morning hot a it 5 driving to Church Here with her eldest daughter. Naval at Albany medical Center Hospital was Johnson of Colonie. Her 8-year-old daughter treated at the same Hospital for lacerations dead it i mrs. Joan Deborah a and other injuries. Let said Charles Vaccaro 30, of Niskayuna Driver Kidd d across tire Road coming around a curve and Siai i it a into tire Johnson car. Vaccaro received leg injuries in the Accident. He w ared tickets for failing to keep to the right and travelling a peed not reasonable and prudent. La i Hows Stair brr Pupil Aid i i a Laer county pupils Are receiving $397 in state id u it f in i it or student expenditures according to a re i Xvi i sunday from the state comptroller s office. I her it j presents statistical information for each of the 1.009 a i districts in the state. In neighbouring counties a compares c Tate Aid and actual expense per Pupil respectively includes in figures Albany $338-630 Saratoga $457-610 55 and Washington $517-597. To in a held for stubbing Friend lbs a year old s of woman was lodged in Albany count Al inlay on a charge of first degree assault for a i 11 ii a a a Friend on an Albany Street Corner in the Early hours of saturday morning. So. I v Bernice Delnano who was remanded to the i ii in ring i riday morning. The victim Silas Mason 34, f All. Is listed at Albany medical Center Hospital in a a critical tuition with a Stab wound in his right Chest. Authorise Sal t1 round had punctured his right lung. Doican in is von i ii ii lied #200 in fatal crash Willian How no a 2l-year-old Groom at Green Mountain Lark in i ii vt., found guilty of dangerous driving in connection with i fatal Accident Here was fined $200 in District court i riday by judge Samuel e. Levine. I he defendant William d. King of Winnabow n.c., also was Given a six month suspended sentence at the House of correction and placed on probation for one year. He was be m i innocent of unauthorized use of a motor vehicle Ste mini fun the Accident. The Accident occurred july 12 on sin and and caused the death of a 58-year-old horse twiner for in the Pownal track. A third charge of speeding the previous evening was dropped. I i no i Blat Ion discussed anew nor i dams fluoridation May once again become an Issue in no the Adams. He till i chairman Lawrence j. Belisle has said he will Hati i brought to the City councils attention in the inure a me in. Fluoridation was debated by the Council in the Early �?T50s but later dropped. With a dents pass age of a Law Fluor dating All Public water Sui in to state the question consequently has been revived Here. V i i nth director told the health Board last week the Issue be a ugh of its previous significance however because Virtu la. I i pregnant women Are now Given fluoride. Such ire ii re Luce t oth decay in their offspring and decay w in t Obj ii in five years or so As it is now he said. Ute in Bip a la Down from list week pit a i tvs restrictions on the use of water Are still in effect in this try despite claims of a local . Weatherman that no a disaster condition exists in be Shire county. Robert a Dillon a weekly water report on the pit ii her Supply shows that there is now 161 Days Supply j in the reservoirs a drop of four Days despite nearly two 1 aches of rain which fell last week. The Reservoir Are at about 75 per cent capacity and much be t Aist year however when during the comparable week t s Only 123 Days s Supply left and a one week drop of eight Days. New York up a Stock prices opened firm in moderate trading on the new York Stock Exchange today. An optimistic Outlook for a settlement of the steel labor problem helped push most steel issues higher. Motors were firm and electronics mixed with a firm undertone. Airlines were mostly higher and rails easier. . Steel opened % higher at 50%. Bethlehem also added % to 365/s. And Aramco 3/i to 655/a. Republic steel fell % to 42vs. Lukens opened up % at 82 then climbed to 83. Chrysler opened % higher at 48. Ford tacked on a to 54 and general motors i to 983/�. Texas instruments climbed a Point to 1285/a to Pace the upside in the electronics group which has been hit by heavy profit taking in recent sessions. Motorola added 5/i to 1035/s and Litton % to 98. Ism fell i to 491 % and control data was trimmed a to 33%. Eastern air lines opened % to 63% shares to Pace a higher airlines contingent. Act industries 76% air reduction 63% % allege Lud steel 45% Allegheny Power 28 democrats quickening political Pace Montpelier up a it. Gov. John Daley said the Pace of entrants into the legislative election Arena would quicken after the platform convention and he apparently is right. Democrats have been lagging about three to one behind the republicans in announced candidates for the 150 member re apportioned House of representatives. The platform convention was held in Barre Over the weekend and at least four democrats have tossed their hats in the ring since. In West Rutland John Battles who served in the House last term announced his candidacy for that towns one representative seat. In Rutland George Sloan former assistant principal of the Rutland High school will seek one of nine seats Given Rutland and surrounding towns under realignment. From South Burlington Leo of Brien announced his candidacy for a third term while a minister Rev. William Hollister will run from Burlington. All Are democrats As the party seeks to have one candidate for each seat in an Effort to wrest for the first time in state history legislative control from the republicans. Allied chemical 46% v8 Amer airlines 49%�? % american can 52 is Amer Cyan amid 76%�? % Amer flee 423/s % Amer Metal cd 49 a % Amer motors 9% Amer to amp to 67%�? % Amer tobacco 39% % Anaconda 63 Aramco steel 6 5 is i Armour 393/$ % Atchison 325/8 is Bendix 533/4 is Beth steel 363/s is Bobble bras 257/s i being 77%�? % Canadian Pacific 591/a Ches amp Ohio 701/e�? % Chrysler 48 % % City prod 511/4 a Collins radio 34�/4 Viz Colof in 181/8 % Colubba Gas 315/a�? i a come Edison 53%�? % consume Edison 44 it cons Nat g 741/4 cons Coal 521/2 % consume Power 55% cont can 57 co Weld steel 321/4 Crucible steel 26% Curtiss Wright 17% is Douglas a 46% % Dow chemical 67% is Dupont 234 a Eastern air lines 643/i 1% Eastman Kodak 923/s % Erie Lack 93/4 % fed Mort 37�/4�? a Ford 54 a Gen Dyne 391/4 Gen elec 1013/e�? i Gen foods 83 a 9 a Gen motors 98 a so is Gen Tel 40% Goodrich 57%�? % Grace w r 48 a % great a amp use % greyhound 221/8 Gulf Oil 56% 111 Central 52% Vaing Rand 451/e ism 491%�? a int Harvester 34ve�? is int Nickel 87%�? is int Tel amp Tel 55% is Island Creek Coal 33% Joy mfg 59 % Kennicott 106%�? % Lehigh it cent 17% is Lehigh Val ind 41/2 Lof Glass 521/2�? a Lorillard 46 v8 Mack trucks 36%�? % Monsanto 82% % Mont Ward 32%�? % Motorola 103% % Nat biscuit 55%�? % Nat Dairy 875/g�? is Nat dist 3l5/g % Nat Gypsum 39 by Central 56% a no Amer Avia 53 Olin math 49 Owen 111 Glass 495/8�? % pan Awa 27% % Parke Davis 30 % Penney 68%�? a Penn pm 38 5/8 % Penn or 46% Phillips petrol 54 Pitt pm 71% Procter Gamble 71% be Pullman 47%�? % Ria 36% % Reading 23% % in time for 3ack-to-school Corduroy Slacks teen Man trim tabs $5.95 Burt Bros. Republic steel 42%�? is Reynolds met 44% % Reynolds tobacco 42%�? a Richfield 62%�? a Schenley 32% a Sears Roebuck 67%�? Sinclair 58%�? a Socony Mobil 87%�? % Southern railway 56% a Sperry Rand 12% a Standard Oil Cal 741/8�? % Standard Oil ind 46% a Standard Oil ind 46% a Standard Oil no 7 5 is Standard Oil Ohio 56 Swift 48%�? a Tennessee Gas 23 a is Texaco 78%�? is Thompson r w 32% % to Dew of 40% Timken r b 43% trans w a 47 % Union Carbide 61 a % United aircraft 81%�? a United Ai lines 73 % United fruit 20% is United states rubber 63 a v2 United states smelt 95% % United states steel 50% a w a p amp p 44% % Western Union 40% % Westing air b 36 5/b % Westing Al 52 a Wheeling steel 25% White motor 33% a Winn do 37ve Woolworth 27% Xerox up 163 1 Youngstown s t 40 a Zenith re co of a Montreal up a drillings in the Pembroke Maine area have produced Gold findings similar to those that led to the spectacular Gold mines of new Mexico Utah or Arizona. Charles d. Robbins jr., president of Dolsan mines Ltd. Of Montreal announced sunday that his firm found the a most subway buyers each Day while waiting for subway trains four million new yorkers put 150,000 pennies into gum machines buy 2,000 ten cent Candy bars an hour and Swallow up to 700 soft drinks a minute. Spectacular Drill Hole findings Ever produced on the East coast of the United states or Dolsan mines has been conducting drillings in the area since Gold was reported in undisclosed amounts several months ago. Robbins said a single Hole drilled this summer showed a strip 9.7 feet wide and containing 3.85 ounces of Gold 3.14 ounces of Silver and 2.44 per cent Copper per ton. A a usually you find two ounces of Gold a ton in strips one to four feet wide a he said. A but finding it in a 17 foot wide strip is like the Gold mines in new Mexico Utah or Robbins said 2.15 ounces of Gold per ton were found in a strip 17.3 feet wide including the 9.7 foot wide strip. Mining costs presently Are estimated at $10-$15 per ton with Gold Selling at $35 an ounce according to Robbins. Foot flare new York up foot authorities recommend washing feet with soap and water before applying a com remedy. The Point out that a Long soak a hot soap solution will soften and clean the skin to make the remedy More effective. 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., by the Banner publishing corporation. Member of United press International which is entitled exclusively to use for of All local news printed in this newspaper As Well As All up news dispatches. Home delivery by Carrier and motor delivery 10c per Day subscription rates by mall for 50-Mut radius and All Vermont 3 months $6.<�v. 6 months $11.70,1 year $22.50 elsewhere in the . 3 months $7.00 6 months $13.00 i year $25.00 special rates for servicemen. 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