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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - June 18, 1965, Bennington, Vermont 2-Hennington Kenner Friday june 18, 1965 around Vermont Iii id abuse fund rejected Montpelier up a the Senate thursday rejected a old by sen. Irving Eastman a Addison county to tack $10,000 a year on the appropriations Bill to fight child abuse in Vermont. The Money would have gone to the department of mental health to put some Teeth into a Senate Bill passed earlier this session aimed at preventing children from being beaten by their parents. Eastman said the Money should have been set aside for the department to help cure parents who beat their children since the senator said parents who abuse their children need mental help. Collides with police car Rutland up a a teen age girl was injured Early today when an Auto carrying seven Young persons was in collision with a Rutland police Cruiser at Seabury Avenue and Church Street. The girl was identified As Mary Ann Davin 17, reported in satisfactory condition at Rutland Hospital. The Cruiser driven by officer Francis Mcnulty was in route to investigate a complaint. The teen agers were returning from a party that followed graduation exercises at Rutland High school. Canadian killed in Norton Norton up a a 62-year-old Sherbrooke que. Man was killed thursday when the Chain saw he was operating slashed his Throat. Albert Roderique died instantly from the Accident. His body was found by co worker Gene Pepin. Or. Bruce Kelly of Colebrook . Said Roderique died of a slashed Throat. The Accident occurred in a deeply wooded area of Norton in Northeast Vermont near the Canadian Border. Senate approves record budget Montpelier up a the Vermont Senate has Given final approval to a record s92 million spending schedule for the coming biennium. The Bill approved thursday was sent to a Senate House committee of conference where no final agreement is expected before the waning hours of the session. It is estimated that another $3 million in spending will be tacked onto the measure. Crap picked for budget director Montpelier up a gov. Philip h. Hoff sent to the Senate thursday the appointment of John t. Gray of Enosburg As state budget director. Gray will replace George Bell of Montpelier who is leaving the $12,500-a-year Job to assume a Post with the Council of state governments in Chicago. Gray 46, has been assistant to Bell in the budget and management division for die past year. 82.5 Boudin Bill okayed a Montpelier up a the Vermont House suspended its rules thursday and whipped through a Bill providing $2.5 million in bonding for state Aid to school construction. The Bill was sent to the Senate. In addition $1 million surplus this year will be earmarked for school construction. Or Ler in yen or 1% end buses to late ionic schools Niskayuna a bus transportation to two parochial schools in Schenectady provided by the Niskayuna school District is to be discontinued to comply with new mandates of the state department of education. Eighteen elementary school students Are effected by the decision which limits the distance of schools to which bus service can be provided. The school District will continue to transport students to nearby Bishop Gibbons and notre Dame parochial High schools and to St. Helen s school in the Niskayuna District Bunin lamps Down Oil Waler Albany a mayor Erastus Corning has tightened restrictions on water usage in this drought Ridden City. While albanians continue to consume water at a greater than Normal rate the mayor has gone so far As to order commercial car washing establishments to quit using City water. He has Given them until june 28 to find another source of water if they want to stay in business. Effective Midnight Friday no outdoor swimming pools will lie Able to City water. The watering of lawns and gardens also has been restricted from 8 toll . On wednesday and saturdays Only and this can be done Only with a hand operated Hose or watering can violators of these and other bans Are subject to a $25 Fine for the first offence and up to $100 and having their water shut off for additional violations. St. Hose fits Maili course Grant Albany a sister Noel Marie c.s.j., chairman of the mathematics department of the College of Saint Rose has announced a $5,340 Grant to the College from the National science foundation for an in service Institute on mathematics to be held at Saint Rose during the 1965-66 academic year. Purpose of the proposed program is to give teachers and supervisors an adequate command of concepts and techniques necessary to teach a More modern arithmetic program in elementary grades and be aware of the Type of mathematics that students will learn beginning Junior High school. Doican in clerks ii ire mayor against food for strikers a v Pittsfield a while mayor Robert b. Dillon is willing to discuss the subject with employees of the struck e. D. Jones Plant in Dalton but he has made it Clear to them that he is not in favor of establishing the surplus food program in Pittsfield which they requested. The employees members of . Local 212, Are in the sixth week of their strike against the Plant Over an incentive payment plan. Dillon said there appears to be a no great demand Quot for a surplus food program and added that he is a a bit reluctant to initiate such a program for the sole Benefit of the Jones strikers since such a move would set a precedent for similar requests. Patronage for Post office jobs Pittsfield a the appointment of the mayor s son and two other students to summer jobs in the Pittsfield Post office have roused charges of patronage Here. There had been no general Call for applicants and the appointments were a a discovered rather than announced. Thursday North Adams postmaster Raymond Merrigan said he had heard nothing about hiring College students for the summer for Post office jobs. Aib Lins loses sewer loan offer Adams a the Federal housing and Home financing Agency has withdrawn its offer of an $80,000 loan for sewer Plant construction plans Here. In a letter to the selectmen the Agency said in part a a review of the files indicated that the town of Adams is not prepared to plan finance and construct this sewer the town had voted Down the financing arrangements. Aiken plugs for passage of water Supply Bill Washington up a sen. George d. Aiken r-vt., today asked his Senate colleagues to meet a a vital immediate need by approving his Bill authorizing $30 million a year in Federal Grants for building new Rural Community water systems. The Bill would authorize $2 million annually in construction Grants Ami $5 million in planning Grants. The Money would be distributed by the Farmers Home administration which already makes Loans for the same purpose. Construction Grants under Aiken s Bill could be made in Rural areas and towns of up to 5,000 population. The Grants would be limited to no More than 40 per cent of the Cost of any one project. Aiken in testimony prepared for a Senate agriculture committee hearing on his Bill said some 30,000 Rural communities need new water systems to provide pure and dependable supplies for Home Industry and agriculture. A until this need is met these communities cannot grow and make their proper contribution to the Overall growth of the nation. And Many communities where a new water Supply would result in increased population and an expanded Economy Are presently unable to meet the Cost by themselves a Aiken said. Stock Market list and comment new York up a Stock prices opened firm in Light trading today. Motors were slightly higher. Chemicals were steady. Metals were mostly fractions higher. Aircraft were mixed. Airlines firmed. Electronics posted some Small gains. Steels were slightly better. Chrysler added it at 49, Ford it at 54v and american motors is at 113/4. . Steel Rose a to 493/, Inland steel added a to 44 v8, Lukens eased 3/ to 731/2. Dupont advanced l3/4 to 237, but Allied chemical dipped >4 to 49 on 2,500. Lockheed added 14 at 47 and Boeing gained 3/ at 695/8. Litton Rose i/4 to 90i/8, Texas instruments % to 1051/2 and control data 3/8 to 443/4. Air products 591/2 14 Allegheny Ludlum St 43/2 3/ Allied chemical 49 a 1/4 Allied chemical 49 a 1/4 Alcoa 743/ i american can 46 14 american cya Amide 75v is american elec american met cd american motors american t amp t american tobacco Anaconda Armour Atchison Bendix Bethlehem steel Boeing a Canada dry Canadian Pacific celanese Chesapeake amp Ohio Chrysler coca cola Colof in Columbia Gas co wed cons Nat Gas cons Coal 423/ 3/ 4814 i/4 113/4 a 68 /8 1 a 361/2 8 64/g 4 1 g 39 a 311/2 u 50 14 36 5/4 695/8 4 3 8 347/8 1 4 5714 81 is 67v- a 49 i a 811 8 1 i 161 4 in 301 4 i/8 55v8_ i/8 7234 3,8 49 i const Power 57&Quot 8 a my Conti can so 8 a >4 Crucible 26 Curtiss w it a 1/8 Detroit Edis 361 4 a my Douglas a 39 4 Dow chemical 72 h is Dupont 237 13 4 Eastern airlines 57 Eastman Kodak 791/g Vel Bush 361 x4 pm Firestone 47 a 1/4 Ford motor 541 8 it general dynamic 391/2 a 3/g general electric 98 general foods 801 4 3/g general motors 98 3/4 a i 4 general Tel 40 �4 Goodrich tire amp rub 583/4 is Goodyear tire amp rub 501 4 4 Grace w r 503/4 3/8 great a amp p 38 8 me Gulf Oil. 55 it Harbison Walker 37i/o _ 1/8 Hershey 323/4 1/4 Illinois Central 481/2 3/4 ing Rand 453/4 a 1/4 ism 463i-o % int Harvester 37 3 a a int Tel amp Tel 563/8 3/8 Jones amp Laughlin 641/2 5/e Joy mfg 555/8 m2 Kennicott 1033/4 i Koppers 611/8 Kroger 407/8 me Lof Glass 557/8 i Lone s pm 191/a me Lorillard 42 me Mack trucks 341/2 m4 Monsanto 863/8 it Montgomery Ward 34 1/2 Motorola 861/4 1/2 National Dairy 90 11/2 National dist 311/8 me Juk was ready for poverty War his brother says Boston up a sen. Edward m. Kennedy d mass., says his brother the late president Kennedy was thinking about a a War on poverty shortly before his assassination. Speaking to a fund raising dinner for the Somerville Lions club thursday night Kennedy said a on the Wall of the office of my brother sen. Robert Kennedy hangs a piece of paper full of doodling. In the lower left hand Corner the word a poverty is scribbled six times. Next to it is the word a coordination a president Kennedy wrote these words during a meeting in october 1963. In the final Days of his administration he began to develop a total coordinated program to alleviate the Basic causes of poverty. President Johnson has taken up his efforts. A the country has not been the same since a he said. 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A it s the first time i be gone out without my gun a moaned burkes a sheriff s Deputy. The Bennington Banner telephones business. .442-6300 newsroom. 442-2800 advertising. .442-2684 the Bennington Banner is published daily 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 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. 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Hoff by declining to confirm the nomination of Belmont Royce Pitkin of Plainfield to the state fish and game Board. The refusal thursday came on a 19-8 secret ballot vote. Hoff s nomination of Pitkin son of Goddard College president Royce Pitkin touched off a storm of controversy after veterans groups protested the so int Iii Bank London up a the daily Mirror Dairy reported today the last word on the a Tiger in the tank gasoline advertisements an ancient beaten up car with a sign in the rear window saying a live got a Swine in my appointment on grounds that Pitkin was a conscientious objector during the korean conflict. Hoff reportedly had planned to name Pitkin As chairman of the fish and game Board. The Senate did however unanimously confirm the nominations of Silgfried Tolle of Pownal and John Larkin of Tunbridge to the Board. In other Senate action thursday state police it. Erwin Alexander of Burlington was overwhelmingly confirmed As new commissioner of Public safety. Alexander commander of the Burlington state police Barracks has been a state employee since 1923 and is an 18-year state police Veteran. He succeeds William Baumann of Plainfield who resigned after 14 years. Montpelier up a a . District court hearing on the acceptability of Vermont s House and Senate reapportionment plans has been set for to . Next thursday. . Circuit judge sterry Waterman of St. Johnsbury confirmed the Date thursday. The two other Federal judges sitting in the Vermont Case Robert Anderson and j. Joseph Smith of Connecticut will be on hand at the new Federal building in the Capitol City for the hearing. A decision on whether the reapportionment plans Are Legal constitutional and acceptable by the three judge panel is expected before the july i deadline the courts have set on the 1965 legislative terms. If any changes must be made the lawmakers then would have some Opportunity to comply with the Federal orders. If no changes Are needed the measures will become Law a changing the Vermont apportionment tradition that has withstood All challenges since 1778. Bomb factory Buenos Aires up a terrorists bombed the Max Factor cosmetic company s Buenos Aires Branch wednesday night causing some damage but no casualties. The bomb was planted in a Side door leading to the basement of the building occupied by the american company. Several windows were broken by the blast. The bombing was the latest of a number of recent terrorist attacks on u. S. Property. Previous targets included the Buenos Aires Branch of the Helena Rubenstein cosmetic c o in Pany. Now is the time to get the facts on our. Esso heating Oil service plans and budget plans plumbing and heating Supply co. 303 depot St. Bennington it. Dial 442-6308 for dad of Day instamatic camera the new Kodak Ideo that Pusher photography years ahead it s a gift he will enjoy for years and remember. 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