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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - December 28, 1963, Bennington, Vermont Full fashioned or seamless supp Hose i i stockings $4.95 i we Drysdale free parking in armory Parrino lot Nio sask i a employment for strikers Boston apr organized labor in Massachusetts renewed its demand Friday for legislation to allow payment of unemployment benefits to strikers after six weeks off the Job. The proposal was in a package of 15 Bills the state Council of the Al Cio presented to gov. Endicott Peabody a with the suggestion he incorporate them in his recommendations to it be Given the legislature in his mid term message next thursday. President j. William Belanger of the Al Cio said the strike pay Bill is labors principal proposal for the 1964 session. The proposal has been made and rejected annually for years. The package also included proposals for a $5 weekly increase in allowances to widows of men killed while at work and other expansions in unemployment Benefit Laws. Other Bills included proposals to allow collective bargaining by employees of the state department of Public works. Wedding Bells for Borgnine Ethel Merman new York apr two of show business Foremost personalities Ethel Merman and Ernest Borgnine Friday announced plans to join As a team a in marriage. wed in july. There Hadnot been an inkling of the Romance. They met for the first time less than a month ago at a Hollywood party. Miss Merman once the Toast of Broadway and the Star of a Long string of stage and film musical hits has been married and divorced three times. She will be 55 on j an. 16. Borgnine 46, is in the Middle of divorce proceedings terminating his marriage to mexican actress Katy Jurado his second wife. Reds Point at . Tokyo apr red China charged Friday that a . Military plane intruded into its territorial air space in South China the new China news Agency said. Montpelier apr it. Gov. Ralph a. Foote and speaker or Franklin s. Billingsjr. Are taking one week to decide what the Republican position will be on democratic gov. Hoff a special session plans. Tile session will Start about Jan. 28. The two gop leaders met with Hoff Friday and afterwards told newsmen it was their first real look at the governors minor crashes reported Friday in Village two rear end collisions Friday were reported by Bennington Village police but both involved Only minor damage and no injuries. One occurred about 9 45 . And involved a 1959 Volkswagen panel truck driven by Randall Briggsjr. Of 309 Beech St. And a 1957 Oldsmobile Sedan driven by Joseph a. Mcgrath of Troy . Both were travelling East on main Street Briggs had stopped but Mcgrath was unable to Stop in time to avoid a collision. The other Accident occurred on Ben Mont Avenue about 4 . William a Rogers of Londonderry driving a 1962 International truck collided with the left rear end of a 1961 Chevrolet Sedan driven by Malcolm g. Blodgett of 303 Elm St. As Blodgett was turning left into a driveway. A third Accident about 1 30 . Friday on South Street involved damage to three vehicles one of which was towing a trailer. But the investigating officers report had not been completed at press time. London of lifts London apr a dense fog that had held much of Britain in a nightmarish grip began to lift slowly late Friday. The fog set in thursday night. Visibility had let Een Down to five Yards in Many areas. Planes piled up a great backlog of grounded flights at airports. Trains were delayed. Motorists returning to work after the Christmas holidays crept carefully along the highways. Coupled with the difficulties of the heaviest fog since last Winter was ice on the roads. Traffic deaths since sunday reached 120�?a High figure for Britain. Plans. The three agreed to meet again next Friday when Foote and Billings will give Hoff their answer. Hoff declined to give any details of what was discussed at the luncheon meeting. He d i d say it was a Friendly session and the gop leaders agreed. Hoff picked up the tabs. A the meeting was very helpful a Foote said. A it was the first time we came to grips with the governors Billings agreed with footers diagnosis. The lieutenant governor and speaker apparently plan to study Hoff a Bills closely and Confer with other party leaders before committing Hoff said that while the session probably would Start Jan. 28, a i want to express the idea of elasticity in the starting Foote and Billings said they agreed with Hoff that the session should be As Brief As possible. Hoff has expressed Hope it would last Only a month and that the legislators would limit consideration to his program. Foote said he hoped the session last a into the Spring or summer Millers Falls co. Treasurer is dead Brattleboro apr Kenneth Saunders 69, treasurer of the Millers Falls co., Greenfield mass., died unexpectedly Friday at Brattleboro memorial Hospital. Saunders a Long time Brattleboro resident had planned to retire next week from the tool firm. Survivors include his widow two sons and one daughter. The Bennington Banner telephones business. 443-6800 newsroom. .443-2800 advertising. .442-2684 the Bennington Banner is published daily except sunday and Legal holidays at 42s main St. Bennington vt., by the Banner publishing corporation. Member of the associated press which is entitled exclusively to use for republication of All local news printed in this newspaper As Well As All a news dispatches. Home delivery by Carrier and motor delivery it per Day subscription rates by mail for 50-mile radius and All Vermont 8 months $4.25 6 month $8 i year $15. Elsewhere in the . 8 months $4.75 6 months $9 i year $17.50. Special rates for servicemen. 2-Bennington Banner saturday december 28, 1963 negro migration seen upsetting social patterns toy late for Christmas a 64 Pound baby boy not yet named registers total disinterest As father John toy holds up a Christmas decoration at Longwood Hospital in Boston thursday. Baby toy was born Early thursday with the Aid of two hastily summoned policemen. Mother is doing Fine. The nurse is Paula Nathan. A photo funeral Johnson plans Musicale John Henry Cushman funeral services for John h. Cushman were held Friday afternoon in the old first Church in old Bennington with the Rev. Thomas Street former pastor officiating. Mrs. William Thompson presided at the console. The service was attended by a Large number of friends and relatives of the deceased. Employees of the h. T. Cushman co., which or. Cushman served for Many years As president and chairman of the Board were also present As Well As representatives of other local manufacturing plants and of the furniture Industry. Honorary bearers were Burton l. Bromley and Carl Jolivette of North Bennington and Burt Hartington and Albert Willard of Bennington. Bearers were Ross Norwood of Rochester . John Philips of Washington . John Hall Cushman of Philadelphia a. Hall w. Cushman of old Bennington Norton Cushman of Williamstown mass. Charles Austin of North Bennington Henry t. Cushman of red Bank . And Townsend Wellington of Bennington. Entombment will be in the Park Lawn cemetery. Burial will be in the Cushman family plot in the old first Church cemetery in the Spring. For Chancellor Erhard Johnston City Tex. Apr president Johnson is planning to blend music and menu to help West German Chancellor Ludwig Erhard feel at Home on the lbs ranch this weekend. The president has asked pianist Van Cliburn a Pride of Texas to play music of German composers at an indoor Barbecue. The piece de resistance of a luncheon after Erhard a arrival saturday will be a Texas German chocolate cake cooked up from a recipe brought to the Lone Star state by German pioneers in the Early 1800s. The first lady and her staff Are turning from Christmas festivities to arrangements for a weekend of work and Texas hospitality. The presidents comfortable Pine panelled ranch office where the family Christmas tree stands is being turned Over to Erhard and his staff. On special session the gathering . Staff will be housed in guest houses. The two ranch living rooms one with a huge hooded fireplace will serve As conference rooms. The state department in Washington was sending along German flags to Fly at the ranch and along the route to surrounding towns Erhard will see. Mrs. Johnson was Busy working with a fort Worth caterer who will put on the Barbecue sunday in the gymnasium of Stonewall school in the tiny Community near j o h n s o no a Birthplace. The menu for 400 guests was to be barbecued beef ribs Hickory Gravy ranch Beans Soui it dough biscuits German potato salad Texas coleslaw hot Fried pies and Coffee. The meal was to be served Western style from Chuck wagons to tables with red Check ered cloths and lanterns. Cleveland Ohio apr continuing Hea migration of negroes out of the South a will upset present timetables for social and economic adjustment a a sociologist cautioned Friday. By 1980, at present rates of migration and natural increase 54 per cent of nearly 30 million american negroes would be living outside the la states of the old confederacy said or. C. Horace Hamilton of North Carolina state College. By the year 2000 or earlier he added Only 28 per cent would still be living in the South with 21 per cent in the Northeast states 25 per cent in the North Central Region and 26 per cent in the West. Three million negroes moved from the South Between 1940 and 1960, he said. Speaking to the american association for the advancement of science or. Hamilton said the number of negro youths aged 15 to 19 would double by 1970, and the number aged 25 to woman thought of death before Lakonia sailing Syracuse . Apr a 60-year-old widow who lost her life in the Lakonia ship disaster had a premonition of death before she sailed from Southampton England the victims sister related Friday. Mrs. Francis of Hara of Syracuse said her sister Mary Al Ward of London wrote to her on . 18, the Day before the ship left port saying a i May live Only a Day or two. Who can Tell a mrs. Of Hara said her Sisters letter also contained instructions on what should be done should mrs. Aylward die. A my sister has travelled so much. Its the first time she Ever has put her things in order a mrs. Of Hara said. Mrs. Aylward was among 96 persons known to have perished when the greek line cruise ship caught fire sunday night in the Atlantic. 29 would double during the to years after that. Another great migration of americans from the farms has brought a decline in population a in fully half More than 1,50 9 of the counties in the nation since world War ii said Calvin l. Beale of the department of agriculture in Washington. . Farm population dropped from 30.5 million in 1940 to 13.3 million in 1963. Cost of living again hits 0 record High Washington apr food prices which usually decline in november went up instead this year and helped boost living costs to another record High. Higher housing costs also were a major Factor in sending the Bureau of labor statistics consumer Price Index up two tenths of i per cent Over october a to 107.4 per cent of the 1957-59 average. Commenting on the monthly report released Friday Arnold Chase assistant commissioner of the bus predicted another increase in the Index for december. In november it stood 1.3 per cent above a year earlier. Chase said the increase for the entire year might be in the area of 1.6 per cent one of the largest in recent years. Bennington briefs the second and final classification session for prospective participants in the Prospect it. Ski club Junior ski program will be held at to this morning at the it. Anthony country club slopes. Please pick up new years tickets for Bennington club new years party from Bennington club Steward or at Shaffer a menus shop. Roast beef dinner served from 6 30 until 9 . New hours. Snacks at Midnight. Adv. Dec. 28 Iron Kettle weekend special baked Ham with Raisin sauce Complete dinner $1.50. Adv. Dec. 28 Troy Donahue gets marriage License los Angeles apr Suzanne Pleshette and Troy Donahue stars of movie and television obtained a marriage License Friday. They plan to wed at 7 30 ., Jan. 4. The ceremony will be performed by Superior judge Edward r. Brand of nearby Santa Monica. Miss Pleshette 26, a Petite Brunette said she met Donahue 27, 21/2 years ago when they were making the film a Rome Donahue starred in television series a Surfside 6.�?� the couple plans no honeymoon because of acting commitments. It will be the first marriage for each. Billings Foote to take week to form position .-Cambodia talks viewed As honorable done to you read before you buy most people generally do. Not Only do they read they Cut out and show ads to their family and friends they clip coupons for information and samples. When people see an advertisement in print they can compare designs. Features. And prices of nationally known products and services. And people do compare before they go out and buy advertising in print is a Handy thing. You can Check Back the message is still there even when your attention is distracted. When you add it up print advertising the kind you read in this newspaper makes Washington apr the United states publicly accepted Friday a philippine offer to help heal the breach Between America and tiny Cambodia. In announcing acceptance of the mediation offer of philippine president Diosdado Macapagal state department press officer Richard i. Phillips said the United states had not bowed to demands by cambodians Prince Norodom Sihanouk for an apology from the United states. Washington officials said it would be possible for both sides to use the Good services of the philippine intermediary without bowing to conditions set by the other. Alleging that . Aid officials were helping his enemies Sihanouk ordered an end to . Aid to Cambodia and suggested that . Diplomats leave too. The United states denied Sihanouk a charges and inquired about cambodian broadcasts allegedly slurring the late presi Hula my. Saw and full Normandy England apr Engineer George Robinson drove his car to a Hole in a Road thursday to see if there was a danger someone might fall in. There was. He did. Dent John f. Kennedy. The worse Washington phenom penh relations become the greater is the fear Here that communist influence will reach into Cambodia which Borders . Friends South Viet Nam and Thailand. Since Gaik Sai Impi Are the beit Sci Wal sense. And because it measures up to the buying habits of most Consumers print makes sales. Done to you read before you buy Berini Nigto

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