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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - June 10, 1965, Bennington, Vermont 2-Bennington Banner thursday june to. 1960 around Vermont House scuttles junkyard Bill Montpelier up a the House general committee scuttled a Bill which would have made the state a partner in an unusual car crushing machine operation to rid Vermont s Countryside of 300,000 junk cars. The committee voted wednesday to pigeonhole the Purchase and lease to a private concern of an $185,000 machine that would crush the cars into Small cubes with the scrap being shipped to Montreal and sold. It is estimated the process would have taken two years to get rid of the junk cars dotting the Vermont landscape. The committee decided not to act on the measure because the state s major junk dealers were not notified of the Public hearing i the measure last week. The Bill was sponsored by rep. Kenalene Collins a Readsboro. Johnson to have new Library Washington up a the . Office of education awarded Johnson state College in Johnson vt., a Grant of $130,700 for construction of a new Library. The stipend was announced wednesday by the Vermont congressional delegation. The Library which will be completed in to months will Cost a total of $392,098. I Ilion school study rejected Hardwick up a voters at Craftsbury have rejected the idea of launching a study into a Union High school and thrown a temporary wrench into the proposal. The proposed study was bombed 79-10 in a special meeting at Craftsbury wednesday although voters in Greensboro adopted the idea by a 106-63 margin and ballots in Hardwick totalled 182-49 for the study. Joseph m. O Brien superintendent of schools for the Orleans Southwest District said the matter May be put to another test in August. Funds for stale building halved Montpelier up a the House institutions committee slashed in half a proposed $1.2 million Bond for construction of a new Public safety motor vehicles department building Here. The committee Cut the Bond to $686,000 for construction of a new quarters for the department of Public safety near the present Redstone state Headquarters in the capital City. The Bill now goes to the House appropriations committee without the provision for the state police sharing the quarters with the motor vehicles department. There been talk in recent years of the possibility of merging the departments and the building had been considered a possible first step. To award six honorary degrees j a Northfield up a Norwich University will award six honorary degrees sunday at the military colleges 146th commencement exercises. Some 250 graduating seniors will hear maj. Gen. Ernest Harmon retiring Norwich president deliver the main address and receive a doctorate of engineering degree from the College he headed for 15 years. Other degrees will go to baccalaureate speaker or. George Stewart of Dublin . It. Gen. William . Wright chief of the office of Reserve components for the department of the army Anat Ole Pendo principal of Spaulding High school in Barre p. Shaw Sprague a member of the Norwich University Board of trustees and Reginald b. Taylor former commissioner of the Board of parole for new York state and a Norwich trustee. Over in new York still a it rime in . Albany a adultery and acts of sexual deviation Are to remain crimes in new York state. The Senate voted wednesday to retain them As part of the state s 84-year-old penal Law which been overhauled during the current session of the legislature. The Assembly in a reversal of a previous decision also voted to retain adultery and deviate acts in the category of criminal offences. Mull found dead of gun wounds Wynantskill a Wynantskill Man was found dead of a Shotgun wound in Home wednesday morning. Thomas j. Hackett 52, a refrigeration maintenance employee of the a amp a Tea co., was found in the Kitchen by wife. Authorities said a .12 Guage Shotgun was found lying on the floor. The Coroner is withholding a decision pending further investigation. The dead Man leaves wife a son and a daughter. Kim it loin to ii Ltd it no ii t is Friday j Troy a some 1,135 undergraduate and graduate degrees will be conferred Friday in the 159th commencement of Rensselaer polytechnic Institute. Baccalaureate services and commissioning exercises for some 110 seniors As officers in military services will precede the commencement scheduled for 2 15 . In the rpm Field House. Down in Berkshire Wendell hotel comes Down Pittsfield a razing of the 300-room Wendell hotel is under Way Here. Plate Glass windows were removed and heavy equipment was set up wednesday while the actual razing of the building began today. The owners of the building the Berkshire life insurance co., have said that the building will be Down by aug. 30. State College to graduate 122 North Adams a the undersecretary of health education and welfare Ivan a. Nestingen will speak at commencement exercises sunday at North Adams state College. There Are 122 seniors All candidates for degrees of Bachelor of science in education. To have playground for retarded Pittsfield a the department of Parks and recreation is planning a special playground for retarded children this summer. The program sponsored by the department in conjunction with the Berkshire county association for retarded children will be conducted at the Highland school is scheduled to operate from july 6 to aug. 27. Anti poverty funds voted Pittsfield a the City Council voted tuesday to appropriate $4,275 As its contribution to the City s anti poverty program. It had been thought that no direct City appropriation would be required but Pittsfield anti poverty chairman Lincoln d. Lynch told the Council tuesday that the appropriation was mandatory if the City was to get some $133,000 in Grants from the Federal government. The Stock Market list and comment new York up a Stock prices opened easier in moderate trading today. Bethlehem steel dropped is to 353/4, Inland eased is to 417/s� Republic added it to 413/ and Jones amp Laughlin added 3/s to 625/s. Eastman Kodak slipped 3/g to 76v2, american Cyan amid it to 721/2, Allied chemical 3/4to49v4, Monsanto 1/4 to 82% and Union Carbide 1/2 to 126. % a it l/8 a a act industries 80% 1% air prods cd 60%�? % air reduction 59 a % Allegheny Ludlum St 43%�? % Allied chemical 49% % Allis Chalmers 205/s�? % Alcoa 73 Alside 10% is american All 531/2 % american can 46 a % american cya Nalde 72%�? % american elec 43% a american met cd 46 % % american met pm 23% % american motors 121/s % american optical cd 44% % american t is t 68 american tobacco 385/s % Anaconda 63%�? % Anaconda 63% % Aramco steel 68% % Armour 38% % Atchison 30% is Bald l he 17% Bendix 49 a % Bethlehem steel 35% % Boeing a 70% i Briggs mfg 4% % bad co 26% Canada dry 331/2 % Canadian Pacific 54%�? % celanese 795/s % Chesapeake is Ohio 6 55/s Chrysler 471/2 % can g e 31% % Cincinnati Mill 52% % coca cola 76% % Colgate 46 % Collins r 26% % Colof in 14% come Edison 541/4�? % con Edison 45 cons Nat g 72% consolidated Coal 491/2 % Consumers Power 57% Continental can 511/2 % Coppe Weld steel 33% % Crucible 25 Curtiss w 17% % det Edison 36% % Diamond National 351/2�? % Douglas a 39%�? is Dow chemical 70 8 Dupont 240 a Eastern air l g6 Eastman Kodak 76% Eaton m 48va eld so 371/2 Erie Lackawanna 71 4 Firestone 47 Ford motors 54vs general dynamics 39% general elec 971/2 general foods 79 general motors 98 general Tel 37% Goodrich tire is rub 59 Goodyear tire is rub 50 Grace w r 51 is great Aap 393/8 greyhound 22% Gulf Oil 55 Harbison Walker 37vs Herc powder 41 it Hershey 335/s Hoffman electric 71/2 ing Rand 45v4 ism 4591/2 int Harvester cd 361/2 int Nickel 87 int Tel is Tel 553/4 Island Creek Coal 3ov2 Jones is Laughlin 625/s Joy mfg 54 Kennicott 102% Koppers 62 Kroger 397/s leh it c 167/s�? is Lehigh Val ind 4 Lof Glass 541/2�? a Lone s pm 19vt Lorillard 421/6�? is Rumor semis Slock Market into Tail spin new York up a a Crackpot Rumor that president Johnson had suffered a stroke wednesday sent an already weakened Stock Market reeling through another Day of heavy losses. The nature of the Short lived but frantic Selling wave gave Rise to Hopes the Market would begin the Long Road to recovery today. It was believed wednesdays Selling spree was touched off with a series of Telephone Calls by an unidentified woman asking a what time did the president suffer stroke Quot Mack trucks Mcneil much Mem Monsanto Montgomery Ward Motorola National Avis National biscuit National Dairy National dist new Jersey z new York Central Norfolk amp Western North a Merav cd North Amer Coal Olin math Owens c f Owen Illinois Glass pan Awa Paramount pie 34 is is 243/6 38% % 84 7/s 34v4 831/2 a 29 is 591/s it 90% 30%-34% 47 a 120 51%�? 13 a 451/4 571/2 531/2 311/4 55% % 1/4 a 1/2 is is is 1/2 % a % Parke Davis Peabody c cd Penney stores Penn d pm Penn p l Pennsylvania or Pepsi cola Phillips p Pittsburgh plate i Pittsburgh steel Procter Gamble Pullman pure Oil Ria Republic steel Reynolds met Reynolds tobacco Richfield Schenley so tiring 30% % Sears Roebuck 68 % Union Carbide 125%�? % 37% % Simmons 30% United Aire 73% % 69% Sinclair 54% % United air l 74% % 15% % Socony Mobil 83% % United fruit 19 35%�? Souther railway 52% a United Gas Imp 24% % 39 is is Sperry Rand 11% United states rubber 63 70% % Standard Brand 74% % United states smelt 109 % 51 % Standard Oil Cal 685/s�? % United states steel 48% a 745/s Standard Oil ind 42% % Warner Bro pie 16% a 14% % Standard Oil no 76% % w a p amp p 46 1 72% a Standard Oil Ohio 49%�? 1% Western Union 40% a 44% is Steward Warner 29% % Westing air b 37 % 56% Studebaker 22% % Westing elec 48% % 32% is Swift 49 % Wheeling steel 25% % 41% a Tennessee Gas 23% % White motor 30% % 415/s a Texaco 751/2 a Winn do 40% 40% is Thompson r w 30 a % Woolworth 31 53% a to Dew Oil 34% a Xerox up 146% 32% % Timken r b 41% a Youngstown s t 40% 63% % trans w a 52% % Zenith 74% 1 % 1 is is is % % % iv4 1/2 a living room Addison Amsilly Farmers j hit worst by drought j Middlebury up a Dairy Farmers in or Light plagued Addison county uld gladly Settle for rain of any Colora just so its rain and plenty of it. Dairymen in this once prosperous milk producing county Are feeling the effects of a three year drought where it hurts the most in the pocket Book. Quot we re not going to make any Money this year that s for sure. The Only question is of we can hang on until next year in the Hopes that its going to get better Quot a Addison county Dairyman said wednesday As Quot yellow rain Quot fell from pollen saturated Clouds Over Eastern Massachusetts and Southern new Hampshire. The sparse yellow rain the color of Sulphur did Little however to ease new England a drought conditions. A . Weather Bureau forecaster said the showers apparently washed Pine tree pollen from the atmosphere. The yellow rain which fell in Lawrence Hull Needham and Boston and sections of Salem ., left a Fine yellow film on the ground. Added to the six states drought misery was the sweltering grip of a heat wave which sent temperatures soaring to near 90 degrees in Many sections. A diffuse cold front moving eastward from the great lakes Region was expected to deliver a knockout punch to the heat wave today. Like the dairymen in Addison county vt., dirt Farmers and Dairy Farmers in Many new England communities Are already Short of water for feeding livestock and irrigating crops. May was the driest month in Cornwall vt., since 1928 and the driest May in Addison county since records were begun in 1887. The top problem facing dairymen is forage. At a time when most herds would be out munching pastureland the pastures Are virtually Bare. During the next few Days Addison county Farmers will be feeding their cows on whatever the Bennington Banner telephones business. .442-6300 newsroom. 442-2800 advertising. .442-2684 the Bennington Banner is published Day 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 republication of All local news printed in this newspaper As Well As All up news dispatches. Home delivery by Carrier and motor delivery 10 per Day subscription rates by mall for 50-Mue radius and All Vermont 3 months $6.30, 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. Second class postage paid at Bennington it. Hay or silage was left Over from last year. Current estimates of pasture growth show Hay crops about 50 per cent smaller than usual. The result of the marching weather to Addison county is that a handful of marginal Farmers Are Likely to be put out of business if the drought continues. Others will have to Send animals to Slaughter houses rather than have them dry up. The situation is much the same for Vermont a other counties but for Addison the problem of the three year drought is sorely evident. 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