Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Jan 12 1966, Page 15

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - January 12, 1966, Bennington, Vermont Donnington Banner Woden Day january 12, 1966-15 under with a Quot blizzard of bargains Low . Discount prices. A. Quot bigger buying Power a St. Depot St. Bennington pan ready. Breaded veal cutlet 79 super v duper j x markets n Boneless a 12 of. Can. Armour round roast in 79c Rump roast a 89c Rmour so treat w. Top sirloin Steak. Tender cube Steak. Ground round esty. Delicious fillet of Haddock Juicy Sweet i Temple eating oranges Doz a a a i a. I Lorio t l l i s festival fresh Juicy Florida juice oranges Quot slide on Down a to super duper. You la be glad you did Bessey fruit drinks All popular flavors Hall gallon Vanilla. Chocolate. Lemon fireside Sandwich cremes $ a Jib. Pkg. For fireside. Chocolate sweetie pies i in. Pkg. For Foi t Date peas strictly Tor tue Birds a red and White Bird seed in. I. Transit strike hurts labor cause by Lyle Wilson United press International Mike quills disgraceful leadership of the new York City transportation strike probably killed any Chance that remained of repealing right to work provisions of the Taft Hartley act. Quills conduct landed him in jail on a charge of contempt of court. He is a notable exhibit of compulsory unionism. Quill is one with the racial demonstrators who hold that to violate the Law in a Good cause is not extremism. The racial demonstrators have been getting away with it but Quill landed in the Pokey. Spokesmen for organized labor in new York City did the Union cause no Good when they demanded that mayor John v. Lindsay Spring Quill from the lockup. If Lindsay knows his political history he will not intervene in quills behalf. The appropriate history relates to the Boston mass., police strike in september 1919. Calvin Coolidge was governor of Massachusetts. Although Coolidge actually sat out the real crisis Sloppy reporting of events caused the american people to View Coolidge As a courageous defender of Law and order. Cautious Cal helped to create that mistaken popular judgment by issuing a bold heroic statement in his own behalf after the Ball was Over. He said a there is no right to strike against the Public safety by anybody anywhere any that statement on the Boston police strike put Coolidge on the path that led to the White House. Lindsay might Hope to parlay quills strike against the Public safety into political riches. As for Quill it is possible that his arrogance will destroy his Union because it is now possible for the courts to Levy enormous fines against the strikers. The Law forbids quills Union to strike. Mike Quill s arrogance Al most matches that of Dave Beck the disgraced former teamster president and James r. Hoffa who succeeded Beck they Are three More or less of a kind All having grievously wounded the cause of organized labor. Quills blow was appropriately timed to throw a Block against repeal of Taft Hartley s Section 14-b. That Section authorizes states to forbid compulsory unionism within their Borders. Repeal of 14-b was big labors no. I demand of the Johnson administration in the first session of the 89th Congress. President Johnson is heavily indebted to big labor Foi its Campaign Money Campaign workers and election Day votes. But Johnson also is a believer in right to work As his record in Congress and on the Texas Campaign stump clearly demonstrates. The president twisted no arms to obtain repeal of right to work. Senate gop Leader Everett Mckinley Dirksen courageously organized a filibuster to prevent repeal. Johnson made no Effort to break it. Johnson casually and briefly committed himself to 14-b repeal lit this second session of the 89th Congress. His pledge was made last month to the Al Cio 10th annual convention in san Francisco. Vice president Hubert h. Humphrey was More aggressively for repeal. He gave the delegates sort of half time football Pep talk a fight fight flight. And huh promised 14-b would be scuttled. Opinion polls and other samplings of the Public mind have been for months reflecting majority support for voluntary unionism and majority sentiment against repeal of 14-b. If doubt remained it must have vanished under pressure of quills brutal strike against the nations largest City. Quill is an example of Union leaders who persuade fair minded citizens to Hope that the in loners will have less rather than More Power. Compulsory unionism sets up the Public for abuses of Union Power. The Public seems to be getting the word on that. Mike Nichols wins award new York up a director Mike Nichols was named tuesday As the Winner of Cue magazines fifth a entertainer of the year award. Three Nichols directed hits Are currently on Broadways a Barefoot in the Park a a Luv a and a the Odd a fourth play he directed a the Knack a is still running off Broadway

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