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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - June 1, 1966, Bennington, Vermont A Hannington Banner hedge Day june i 19h a Nero wins democratic nomination for sheriff in Alabama Birmingham Ala tip a negroes Defeated White opponents for sheriff tax collector and the Board of Revenue tuesday in an historic democratic primary Runoff in a Rural Alabama county with a background of racial unrest. But negroes failed in their Effort to enter the state legislature for the first time since reconstruction. Only five of 26 negro candidates in the Runoff were victorious. Lucius d. A Mer son a 32-year-old korean War Veteran won the democratic nomination negro Macon county Tuskegee Over a White incumbent two years ago by gov. George c. Wallace. A Mer son does not expect Republican opposition in november and therefore would become the Only negro sheriff in 23,323 to it where sparked slaying for sheriff of predominantly the nation. Congratulations r is outnumber Whites 4,394 in Macon county racial unrest was last year by the of a negro civil rights Leader at Tuskegee Institute by a White service station attendant. Negroes made a clean sweep in the Battle for Macon county offices with l. A. Locklair winning the tax collector s nomination and Harold Webb taking the Board of Revenue race. But Fred Gray the Tuskegee attorney considered the strongest Neero legislative Candi Date failed in his attempt to represent the 31st House District which includes Wallace a Home county of Barbour in addition to Bullock and Macon counties. Also negro Isom Atkinson lost the nomination for a seat on the Perry county commission. A Mer son who spent eight years in the 82nd airborne division waged a close Battle at the polls with Harvey Sadler in the Macon county sheriff s race. Final unofficial returns gave american 3,497 votes to 3,113 for Sadler. The county was a notable exception to a dismal Day at the polls for negro candidates who found themselves caught Between a solid bloc vote of Whites and near apathy on the part of negro voters. To oui grads for his needs or gifts Quot visit the store he likes the bests Adams clothes shop by. Police arrest Junior a mad bomber a shoos too la new York up a an 18-year-old High school student was arrested tuesday night and accused of being new York City a Junior Grade a mad police said the prisoner Dominic g. La Tinnelli planted bombs in two Telephone Booths a manhole and on the Street. His alleged method of operations recalled those used by George Metesky self confessed a mad bomber who planted 32 bombs around the City Over a period of 17 years. The latest blasts occurred last thursday and monday. Monday a homemade bomb blew up two Telephone Booths in a subway station. Two women suffered injuries from flying Glass and Metal fragments. One woman May lose an Eye. It. Charles Dauer of the Elizabeth Street precinct where la Tinnelli was questioned said the bombs were constructed of newspaper and Magazine pages wrapped around Black powder. They also were equipped with fuses which touched them off within a minute of being lighted. I swifts Premium a prot in f Chi t up steaks to \ Tobin first prize fresh to Chuck roast loin roast pork Swift s Premium sliced Bacon pkg pot roast Bone in la. La. Reg. Or drip i la. Tin of. 69 2 39 5 la. Bag 49 a. 49$ i la. Beechnut Coffee Muel lord s Elbow Macaroni Gold medal flour Clorox red heart dog food Sta put rinse Franco american Spaghetti amp meat balls is. Franco american Spaghetti amp ground beef t2 23c Campbells Chicken Noodle soup Crisco Musselmann Sapple sauce hawaiian punch Blue Bonnet Margarine 3 la. Tin 4 s cucumbers a. Cello tomatoes. New potatoes la. Bag fillet sole fillet Haddock la. La. Apple pie Cherry Blueberry Strawberry rhubarb Barbecue Chicken a. 59< 69< $1.29 Del Monte Sale Cream Corn 303 whole Kernel Corn 303 peas 303 food open thursdays amp fridays till 9 . Air conditioned school Street Market police said they had not determined a motive for the bombings. Metesky whose bombs injured 14 persons before his arrest in 1957, eventually was arrested and sent to the Mattawan state Hospital for the criminally insane in Beacon . La Tinnelli was charged with felonious assault and malicious mischief in the latest series of bombings. Working Model a William Chiang assistant Engineer of the spacecraft division at the Jet propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena. Calif., Points to a working Model of the Surveyor robot that was launched monday from Kennedy and which is scheduled to make a soft Landing thursday on the Moon. Of Surveyor on a Bullseye course j for Moon Landing thursday j Pasadena Calif. Up a americans three legged Surveyor spacecraft a designed to pave the Way for manned lunar landings a continued wednesday on a near perfect journey us favors Copper Parley i rider auspices of i a Washington up a president Johnson said in a letter made Public tuesday that an International conference under United nations auspices May be the a Best forum for world governments to explore problems of the Copper Industry. The letter was sent to Senate democratic Leader Mike Mansfield mont., who had written Johnson and atty. Gen. Nicholas Katzenbach on May to urging that consideration be Given to calling world Copper conference. The purpose would be to Deal with the a and Downs of the Copper Market and its Industry. Mansfield who returned to the Senate tuesday after extended Hospital treatment for a urinary infection made Public the replies from Johnson and Katzenbach. Katzenbach like his predecessor Robert f. Kennedy advised that participation of . Copper producers in a conference to allocate production and stabilize prices a would be a violation of the antitrust he said that governmental conferences and International agreements a would not of themselves violate the antitrust the president wrote Mansfield that Secretary of state Dean Rusk had informed him of arrangements for an International Copper conference under . Auspices this december. He added that a this May be the Best forum for governments to explore the problems of Copper and any feasible Steps that might be taken to Deal with these Mansfield said that he was pleased with Johnson a response. He added a it would be my Hope that out of the . Meeting would come the creation of a Cropper study group for the purpose at stabilizing production Price and employment so that in that Way the Copper Industry would not be subject to the and Downs which have plagued it Over tile past several i Ira i vermonters presidential St Ito Hirs for i writ Washington up a two vermonters have been named presidential scholars for 1966. Anne Butner of Brattleboro a student at St. Michaels High school and David Dana of North Pomfret a student at Woodstock Union High school Are among 121 of this years High school graduates named for the Honor. President Johnson established the presidential scholarships in 1964 to a recognize the most precious resource in the United states. The brainpower of its Young the scholars will be guests of the president on june 7. The scholarships carry no monetary stipend. Toward a soft Landing in the Moons sea of storms. The 2,194 Pound robot equipped to Send Back Fine line television pictures of its preselected target area is expected to make a gentle touchdown at 11 17 34 . Put wednesday 2 17 34 . Edt thursday in a relatively smooth area on the West Side of the Moon just below its Equator. Scientists at the Jet propulsion Laboratory who took control of tile Mission after its Blastoff from Cape Kennedy said the space vehicle had responded a a flawlessly tuesday night to a midcourse directional change which placed it on a a bulls Eye course. J pm spokesmen said surveyors picture transmission will include hundreds and perhaps thousands of photographs before its delicate instruments succumb to the intense heat a 260 degrees a of the Moon s Day or the freezing temp a Era Tures �?240 degrees below Zero a when the lunar night occurs in about to Days. The first picture which could be released to the Public within an hour of Impact will be of one of the probes Metal cushioned legs. This will help scientists determine of the Long a trip Glasgow Scotland up a mrs. Johanna Mac Kay was granted a divorce monday after telling that her husband Alexander wrote from Australia saying he was prospecting for Gold and would return when he made some Money. She said the letter was written in 1935, and she has t seen him since. Moon is covered by a layer of thick dust or whether its crust is firm enough to safely support the manned Apollo spaceship. The first photo will lie followed by a panoramic View As the camera scans the Moons surface and transmits closeups showing details a sixteenth of an Inch in size. . Geological experts think the pictures will be a slightly better than those taken by russians Luna 9 last february. Success of the Mission would be a big step toward a Landing by american astronauts on the Moon As Early As 1969. Willy a variety 300 Gage St Bennington it open daily 8a.m. 10p.m. Complete meat department new Frozen food department Large drug department economist i us see no Droit in living Cost Washington up a the Economy May be slowing Down but done to look for any dramatic drop in the Cost of living. That a the Best judgment of economists Here. Auto sales and most other economic indicators Industrial production personal income housing starts and the like were off in april. The cautious word Here is that the Boom might be slowing. Yet consumer prices the Best inflation measure available to the Man in the Street were up again sharply last month. The labor departments consumer Price Index Rose four tenths of one per cent following a similar Rise in March and an increase of five tenths of one per cent in february. Some people want to know Why the Cost of living has to keep soaring even when the Economy a Cooling off. Others wonder if the country is in for another dose of 1957-58, when americans had a the worst of both worlds a a recession and inflation both. As for a recession few economists Here believe a major downturn is in the offing. A the Economy still has lots of zip a says one High administration official. But most officials Are looking and hoping for a less feverish rate of expansion As the year wears on. Defense spending is due to level off this summer and restraints like the withholding speedup should begin to bite. Now. Get big savings on these appliance specials a a come one come All Quot Vernois Gas a Gas Range automatic Blower with thermostat clock timer lights Hilow Burner no thug like it. Must be seen to be appreciated. Was $345.00 now 229.00 save. 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