Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Jul 22 1965, Page 10

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - July 22, 1965, Bennington, Vermont A Bennington Banner thursday july 22, 1965 hot weather bargains by the Bunches. Nobody but nobody beats these Low Low prices is Star Quot in la i Tow we Mlou Wetr you be just got to save at. A our own Hes. 57 boys Camp or Dungaree shorts All i St Quality Many colors c sizes 6 16 r Short sleeve and sleeveless girls dresses sizes 111 $50 and $250 _ values to 8.27 Tennis dresses sleeveless 100% Cotton Novelty styling regular 5.95 Vang men s unlined Quot summer jackets to 4 so. 1and Dacron and Cotton or to amp okla twill sizes inv girls 99 Zes 3�?14 i 2 sizes 3. L l 100% Cotton c2rnment�f patterns of a for summer ear misses sleeveless blouses stripes a prints a Pok dots �?rn00 sizes 32�?38 men s better Quality Shortsleeve dress sport or knit shirts choose from a giant selection of hundreds. All the wanted styles colors and fabrics Cotton sport or knit shirts in sizes so a regular Tab or Button Down dress shirts sizes 14 to 17 regular 1.77 to 1.97 values n i a. A if a. King size save More than Ever before on top Quality values Box of to i i j4 of Glass tumblers package of too 9 Inch Garden tables Reg. $1.49 bargain priced Only now weekend sum a sandals $1 of Sixes crepe sole Vvs diameter value priced $48 Only Breck Creme rinse i of. Bottle Faberge hair Spray 5 a a can save Here now Schick hot lather shave bomb $00 Tor women girl moccasins $1 93 is of plus White tooth paste icon do White Sather Sixes uppers 3% of. Tube for $v>0 artery Arcade North Adams mass. Open to . To to . Daily Bay of pigs bitter Pill for Kennedy new York up a the late president Kennedy to the Day of his death Felt the Cia and his military advisers led him into making the worst mistake of his career the Day of pigs disaster according to a close Kennedy aide. While publicly and privately assuming full blame for the tragedy Kennedy was aghast at the enormity of his error and bitter at having been badly misled by his advisors. Kennedy a aide Theodore c. Sorensen revealed the late pres dents personal reaction in an article published wednesday in look Magazine. The article is the first instalment of a series based on Sorensen s forthcoming Book Quot Kennedy to be published in october. The full extent of Kennedy a bitterness was expressed to Sorensen during a walk around the White House several Days after the cuban invaders had been Defeated. A How could i have been so far off based Sorensen said Kennedy remarked. A fall my life in be known better than to depend on experts. How could i have been so stupid to let them go ahead a Sorensen said the key to Kennedy a error Lay in the Laet he approved an invasion plan Quot bearing Little resemblance to what he thought he had Quot that so great a Gap Between concept and actuality should exist at so High a level on so dangerous a matter reflected a shocking number of errors in the whole decision making process a Sorensen said a errors that permitted bureaucratic momentum to govern instead of policy the former White House aide said Kennedy had Quot grave doubts about the invasions Success from the moment he was briefed on the operation As president elect in Palm Beach. Sorensen said one of Kennedy a mistakes was a the should never have believed it would be arrogant and presumptuous of him newly arrived on the scene to Call off the plans of renowned according to Sorense the Quot fundamental gaps Between Quot what Kennedy actually Ai proved and what he thought he was approving arose from at least three sources. Quot Kennedy was new in office and he did not fully know the various strengths and weaknesses of his a supposed pressures of time and secrecy permitted too Little consideration of the plan and its merits by anyone other than its authors and the new administration had not yet fully organized itself for crisis planning which enabled the Cia and the joint chiefs to exercise a dominant influence. Hay state Man tries Shoat out la Sullivan Maine up a police say a 22-year-old Milton mass. Man was seized at gunpoint today after he allegedly fired one shot from an automatic pistol at a Deputy who tried to arrest him. Authorities said Miles j. Connorjr. Was charged with breaking and entering and larceny. His wife Victoria 22, was charged with breaking and entering. Officials said no charge in connection with the alleged shooting have been made yet. Hancock county sheriff Merritt Fitch said Connor fired one a shot at his Deputy when the Deputy tried to arrest him. It happened after a break was reported at the Ewing estate in Sullivan. Deputy Henry Hoskings was not hit by the blast. He ran to a nearby House where he telephoned for help from the state police. Connor and his wife were arrested shortly there i after. They were scheduled to be arraigned this afternoon in Ellsworth municipal court. Errant Island youths Tel i Bindi lashing Douglas Isle of Man in j a nine strokes of the Birch j were Laid on the backs of four j scottish teen a agers monday. Tor assaulting a vacationer who told them to watch their Lan Guage. The youths were also convicted a of beating an off duty policeman who tried to Stop the attack. The four boys All 19 years old j were whipped in a police cell below the courtroom where they were convicted. They were also fined a total of $224. Diffs tin most Pembroke mass. Up a Harry Monk s Hobby is digging. In past years he has unearthed a Host of new England artefacts including a 200-year-old Musket rare bits of Sandwich Glass an 1812 Penny and a 1749 Coin

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