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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - June 11, 1965, Bennington, Vermont 2-Bennington Banner Friday june la 1965around Vermont saw Ltd system tyrant awarded Burlington up a the City of Burlington has received a $33,810 . Public health service Grant for construction of a sewer system in Redstone Park a housing development. The Money is the Federal governments share of an estimated $112,700 project for construction of a sewage pumping station Force main and interceptor sewer. Last March Burlington voters approved a $56,000 Bond Issue to pay for part of the project. State Aid also is expected. Redstone Park a development started More than a year ago was closed Down after 12 Homes were built in the Lakeside development. The Homes were equipped with septic tanks but City Engineer Edward Crowley ruled a sanitary sewer system was needed. Tho lost on Lake Champlain South hero up a state police dragged the Waters of Lake Champlain today in search for two fishermen missing Aud presumed drowned in the Chilly Waters. State police said details were sketchy. The Only report they had was the two men named Audet and Garon a one from Winooski and the other from new York state a took a boat out from Sand bar state Park near Here thursday morning. The fishermen were last seen about 4 . Thursday. A search of the Waters until dark thursday night produced no Trace of the men. Regional planning Bill passed Montpelier up a the Vermont House has passed and sent to the Senate an administration supported Bill calling for creation of regional planning commissions. The Bill passed by the House thursday on a 133-92 Roll Call would allow five or More towns to band together to form regional planning groups. The Federal government would pay two thirds of the Cost with the state and communities involved sharing the remainder of the Cost. The measure carries with it an appropriation of $25,000. Calls for vocational trainings St. Johnsbury up a Shelburne industrialist Richard Snelling Lias called for greater attention to vocational and technical High school training. Snelling speaking thursday night at commencement exercises at St. Johnsbury Trade school said Vermont is reaching a period of unparalleled Industrial growth but it will be of no use unless the state can produce skilled workers to fill the jobs. Conservation sticker available Rutland a a new $7 recreation conservation sticker to admit visitors to National Forest recreation areas is now on Sale at the Green Mountain National Forest supervisors office in Rutland and at District Ranger Headquarters in Manchester Center Middlebury and Rochester according to a statement released today by Forest supervisor Paul s. Newcomb. A written request with a $7 Bank draft or Money order payable to Forest service us a will also be honoured by the unit collection officer . Forest service 22 Eveyln Street Rutland. The sticker will entitle the Driver of a private non commercial Auto and All his passengers to Entrance to most Federal recreation areas for the year beginning april i. An additional Small fee May be charged at a few areas. Over in new York water ban in effect Rensselaer a City commissioner of water Philip r. Smith thursday directed a curtailment on water use a effective at the announcement effects residents of the towns of East and North Greenbush As Well As those of Rensselaer. Smith said the ban Calls for no sprinkling of lawns washing cars filling swimming pools washing driveways and Gas station aprons a for any other unnecessary use of he said that violators would be punished a to the full extent of the sidewalk Sale termed Success Cohoes a a sidewalk Sale underway Here has been termed a a smashing Success by local merchants who have indicated enthusiasm for making the Sale an annual event. The three Day affair began thursday morning. Thursday also marked the Start of a 2 0-hour-a-Day water ban for Cohoes ordered by Arthur w. Defruscio acting commissioner of Public works for the City. Fire leaves to homeless Albany a a fire which raced through a three Story building at 343-345 South Pearl St. Thursday night has left to persons including a family of seven homeless. No injuries were reported in the Blaze which apparently started in a shed in the Back of the building. Baby found dead Iii plume Booth Amsterdam a a baby encased in a zippered Canvas overnight bag was found dead in a downtown phone Booth thursday by Amsterdam police who were directed to the Booth by an Anonymous Telephone Call. A note pinned to the outside of the bag read a this is my baby and he a dead. Please Bury him. God will be with the child a two or three week old boy was bruised and had specks of blood about the face but it was not immediately evident to officials whether any violence was connected with his death. Down in Berkshire rubbery suspects questioned Lee a two men said to be aged 18 and 20, were questioned by state police and other Law enforcement officers Here thursday night apparently in connection with an armed robbery at the Holiday inn in Lenox Early last sunday morning. The two were picked up by police thursday afternoon on the Berkshire school Road in Sheffield. The inn was robbed of $526 in Cash by two masked Young men who upon leaving the inn fired a shot in the ceiling after forcing the clerk to hand Over the Cash. Ask Shack to be razed North Adams a a Woods Street Shack is being torn Down at the request of the health department by its new owners Charles m. And Hazel l. Wilkinson of Bennington. The Shack which had been used As a residence was condemned by the department As no longer fit for human habitation. The Wilkinsons voluntarily complied with the request to demolish the four room building which is located behind a Wood St. Block recently purchased by the Wilkinsons. Observatory opens Pittsfield a an Observatory at Springside Park Here opened today according to the department of Parks and recreation. It will continue to be open through oct. 15 on fridays Only from 9 to 10 30 . Children will be admitted if accompanied by an adult the department announced and special sessions May be arranged through the Park department office at 874 North and comment the Stock Market ambushed kills one wounds two in . Before killing himself new York up a Stock prices opened mixed today and showed signs of moving higher. Trading was moderate. Brokers said there were signs that the Long slide in Stock prices May be nearing an end but they remained cautious on the Outlook for today s session in View of the Normal tendency to lighten holdings before the weekend particularly in View of the uncertainties in Viet Nam. Ford advanced 3/s to 54vs and general motors gained is at 98v2. Chrysler slipped a it i to 471/8 of industries 815/8 is air products 583/4 3/8 air reduction 583/8. 3/4 Allegheny Power 27 Allied chemical 49 3/8 Allis Chalmers 207/8 a Alcoa 733/4 3/4 american air i 537/e 3/8 american can 46 american cya Amide 721/4 a american electric 431/a is american met cd 47 a american met pm 24 american motors 121/4 is american optical 451/4 3/4 american t amp t 687/8 3/8 american tobacco 363/4 a Anaconda 631/4 Aramco steel 68 3/s Armour 381/2 is Atchison 30 Bald l he ny2 Bendix 493/4 is Bethlehem steel 36 is Boeing a 693/g 5/8 Canada dry 335/e a a Canadian Pacific 551/2 a celanese 813/4 Viz Chrysler 475,b a coca cola 77 3/8 Colgate 48 a Collins r 261/2 3/4 Colof or i43/4 is Columbia Gas 307/8 3/8 combed 545/8 3/a con Edis 45 a cons Nat Gas 721/2 a consumer Power 583/4 a Continental can 5u/4�? 3/8 Crucible cd 25 Curtiss w 173/g is Detroit Edison 36 is Douglas a 395/a a Dow chemical 707/8 Dupont 2393/4 2 Eastern air l 65 i Eastman Kodak 773/a is Erie Lackawanna 73/4 is Ford motor 5 4 is 3/8 general dynamics 40 is i general elec 967/g.f is general foods 793/4 a general motors 985/8 i general Tel 383/8 i Goodrich tire amp rub 573/4 is Goodyear tire amp rub 50 Grace w r 523/8 is great a amp p 39 greyhound 225/8_ is Gulf Oil 541/4 is Here powder 41 3/8 Hershey 343/s 5/a Hoffman electric 77/8 is Illinois Central 491/s�? i ing Rand 445/g a a ism 456 3 int Harvester 363/4 a int Nickel 861/2�? a int Tel amp Tel 551/4 Island Creek Coal 305/g is Jones amp Laughlin 633/g h/8 Joy mfg 533/8 1 Kennicott 102 3/ 13/8 Kroger 393/4 is Lehigh Val ind 4 Lof Glass 543/4 Lone s pm 195/a is Lorillard 417/b Mack trucks 341/2 i Mem 381/8 is Monsanto 847/g Montgomery Ward 341/4 a is Motorola 831/23 National Avia 287/8 is National biscuit 597/8 is National Dairy 913/8 17/8 National dust % 301/2 new Jersey z 333/b National Gypsum 393/4 new York Central 46 3/4 a Norfolk amp Western 121 1/2 Coolidge trial continues with technical testimony Manchester . Up a a criminologist was to be Cross examined today by the defense on his testimony that clothing worn by slain baby Sitter Pamela Mason had been in Contact with a jacket worn by her accused Slayer Edward h. Coolidge or. Or. Harold c. Harrison of the University of Rhode islands Pastore crime Laboratory told the jury in the 28-year-old bakery Salesman a murder trial thursday that he was Able to identify 27 substances from a jacket worn by the slain 14-year-old girl with substances found on Coolidge a coat or car. Coolidge has been on trial for four weeks for the first degree murder of the Mason girl on Jan. 13, 1964. Her stabbed and Bullet riddled body was found beside route 93 outside Manchester eight Days later. Harrison said the probability that he was wrong in linking substances found on both the defendant s and the girls cloth soviets Moon i he misses Mark Moscow up a the soviet Luna 6 Moon rocket will miss the Moon by 99,419 Miles the Tass news Agency reported thur Day. The failure of the soviet probe was announced As . Astronauts Edward White and James Mcdivitt were returning to Houston from their successful four Day gemini flight. Western experts had considered the unmanned Luna 6 an attempt to offset the Success of the gemini flight by a soft Landing or a close up picture taking Mission. The soviet press complained wednesday that the United states had become a a Heady Over the achievements of gemini. The official news Agency disclosed the failure of Luna 6 on the next to last Day of the projected three and one half Day flight to the Moon. The rockets predecessor Luna 5, also failed by crashing into the Moon instead of making a soft Landing. Tass said a malfunction in the steering mechanism of the Luna 6 was the reason for its failure. Senate approves Irani Extension Montpelier up a the Vermont Senate passed on a 20-5 Roll Call thursday a Bill extending its tradition of awarding individual senatorial scholarships. The measure now goes to the House where a Battle is expected in a bid to end the senatorial scholarships. The House is said to be favouring an Independent Board to handle state stipends. The Senate passed Bill allows senators to spend $260,000 Over the coming biennium for scholarships that have a maximum value of $300. The previous maximum stipend was $200. Other changes include $60,000 a year to Norwich and $24,000 to Middlebury for straight scholarship Grants. Ing was just about nil. He testified that there were 19 similarities on the jackets both wore and eight More Between her jacket and Coolidge s car. The Bennington Banner telephones business. .442-6300 newsroom. 442-2800 advertising. .442-2684 the Bennington Banner is published Dally 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 10c per Day subscription rates by Mau 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. North Amer a 511/2 1/4 North Amer Coal 131/g 1/8 Olin math 445/8 5/8 Owens c f 577/8 is Owen 111 Glass 53 a pan a w a 301/g a Paramount pie 551/4 a a Parke Davis 301/g is Peabody c 38 i a Penney 68 a Penn d pm 151/b Penn g so 43 Fri Penn p l 361/2 5/8 Pennsylvania or 381/2 i Pepsi cola 71 a a Phillips p 511/4 a Pittsburgh plate i 751/2 i Pittsburgh steel 145/g a i a Procter Gamble 721/8 Pullman 453/8 3/4 Ria 331/8 1/4 Reading 181/4 a a Republic steel 411/2 is Reynold met 415/8 1/2 Reynolds tobacco 401/2 Richfield 535/8 is Schenley 32 Schering 63 a Sears Roebuck 671/b 1/8 a Simmons 31 almonds s 315/a of 5/8 Sinclair 543/g 3/8 Socony Mobil 825/8 a Southern railway 521/4 a Sperry Rand 113/4 a Standard Brand 75 is Standard Oil Cal 687/8 Standard Oil ind 425/8 Standard Oil no 771/4 is Standard Oil Ohio 501/8 is Stewart Warner 293/4 Studebaker 211/2 is Swift 501/8 i Tennessee Gas 235/8 Texaco 76 is Thompson r w 307/e to Dew Oil 331/2 a Timken r b 411/e trans w a 501/2 Union Carbide 1251/4 a United Aire 723/a 5/8 United air l 741/2 is United fruit 183/4 1/8 United states rubber 621/4 a United states steel 49 i w a p amp p 451/2 Western Union 413/e a Westing air b 381/4 is Westing elec 487/8 a Wheeling steel 257/e is White motor 31 Woolworth 303/4 Xerox up 146 21/e Youngstown s t 407/g 1/4 Lisbon . Up a it was High Moon in this sleepy Mill town of 1,788 persons which overlooks the Ammons Osuch River. The Sun beat Down thursday on Mil workers on their lunch break and the Cluster of shoppers who scurried along the narrow main Street. The quiet of this new England town was suddenly shattered by a Volley of shots from a High powered Rifle. Mrs. Kvan Knightsen a 43-year-old Mother of two children dropped in her tracks. One Bullet sliced through her jugular vein killing her As she was on her Way to a grocery store. Peter Delile 57, a one armed retired Mil worker and Harlan Jesseman both of Lisbon ran to mrs. Knight Sony said As others ducked for cover. More shots rang out. One hit Delile in the Back of the neck. Another nicked Jesseman s ear. Neither was injured seriously. It took a full five minutes before anyone could find out where the shots were coming from. Finally someone spotted the ambush re Charles Morrison 48, who also used the name Charles Colby. He was barricaded in his second floor room. The berserk Mil worker had been fired from his Job wednesday for insulting a woman. A former mental patient he had been released from the Concord state mental Hospital last summer and had been living with his aunt mrs. Ruth Lur vey in an apartment Over Dexter a garage. Clifton Dexter son of mrs. Ruth Dexter who is owner of the garage raced to a building across from the garage. A Sharp shooting Marksman Dexter hit Morrison once in the hip with a single shot. Minutes later state troopers hurled tear Gas into the apartment. A single shot rang out inside. Police cautiously made their Way to the apartment. They broke Down the door and found Morrison dead victim of a self inflicted shot in the head from his 35-caliber Remington automatic Rifle. It was the same Rifle Morrison had used to kill mrs. Knightsen As she hurried to the grocery. And it was the same Rifle he used to terrorize and wound other unsuspecting pedestrians and to hold police at Bay for More than an hour with to wild shots. Mrs. Dexter said Morrison was a a very quiet Man but he just went a the got fired wednesday Down at the lumber Mill because he threatened a woman Down there a she said. When the shooting started mrs. Dexter ran out of her office into the Street and saw mrs. Knightsen fall to the ground. A Marvin Webster my hired Man and i went Over to her and he could have taken a pot shot at me and him but he did no to. A mrs. Knightsen was a very Nice person and never caused anyone any trouble. He picked her right off a mrs. Dexter said. Chicken la 55c legs amp breasts Boneless Chuck u no of cd a walkers food Market weekend special broiled i Spring Chicken i roast sirloin of by Jef $25� Complete dinners Vermont restaurant North Street Bennington it. For lasting Beauty Sun proof Cora it easy care brogues Fadd amp me aged 465 main St. Dial 2-2396 Bennington. It. For most repaint work a one coat covers a requires no primer a paint Over Chalky surfaces White and ready mixed body colors paints hardware lumber a Mui work a Bufi Din materials Theo. A. Carpenter son main St. Bennington it. Pittsburgh paints keep that look longer the 1965 Chrysler has become the most popular Chrysler Ever built there Are Many reasons. You la find them All in one test drive and a talk with one of our salesmen. Clad a move up to Chrysler. Whitney a garage inc. 735 main Street Bennington Vermont i i i

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