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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - May 12, 1965, Bennington, Vermont 2 Bennington Banner wednesday May 12, 1965 around Vermont i ii Bill a legality in question Montpelier up a a Bill which would allow the state health commissioner to order an investigation of a suspected tuberculosis victim has been sent to the Senate judiciary committee. The action came tuesday in the Senate after president pro tem George Cook a Rutland county questioned the Legal aspects of the measure. The Bill which received a 5-0 favourable report from the Public health committee of the Senate would have allowed the health commissioner to order suspected tubercular for an examination at the state sanitarium and set fines of Between $100 and $1,000 for noncompliance. Daley exuberant at testimonial Montpelier up a it. Gov. John Daley has urged lawmakers to a blast Vermont off the pad Way up High and steered in the right the first democratic lieutenant governor in Vermont history told 170 persons attending his testimonial dinner last night that the legislature should work hard in the next six weeks so a we can look Back on a productive session july Daley urged lawmakers to get to the business at hand reapportionment a and a collectively we can do a Job that can go Down in object lesson Iii alignment Montpelier up a the administration department has come up with a set of statistics about a crucial House vote last week. An amendment was tacked on to the omnibus appropriations Bill granting $15,000 for the House to Appeal any reapportionment ordered by the Federal courts. Of the 121 House members voting for the successful proposal 22 per cent of the state s population was represented. And the population served by the 121 representatives pays just 15 per cent of the income taxes in the state. The statistics show the 112 House members who voted against the rider represent More than 70 per cent of the state s population which pays 77 per cent of the state s income taxes. Etc Bill comes up next week Montpelier up a the Bill bonding $1.9 million for construction of a statewide educational television network probably will come up for House action next week. And it will have the backing of the House appropriations committee and the lower chamber s education committee. Appropriations committee Okay came tuesday on a 10-5 vote Over the objections of committee chairman Richard Mal Lary a Fairlee. Mallary would like to see the $400,000 appropriation for the Bill earmarked for increased state Aid to education Mallary last week predicted the Bill would die in the House. Cups plans Ascutney building j p Rutland up a the Central Vemont Public service corp. Today announced plans for construction of a new operating Headquarters Center in Ascutney. Corporation chairman Albert a. Cree said the 7,900 Square foot building will be situated one half mile West of Ascutney Village adjacent to the site of the Utility s Gas Turbine Generator. Cree said the service building will be the operating Headquarters for the Windsor and Woodstock areas in Vermont and the Claremont . Area. Some 20 Power company employees will work out of the Headquarters which will be ready for occupancy in mid september. It will be built by the Connecticut Valley construction co. Of Springfield it. Over in i irk Alibi claimed in Zimmer trial Troy a the first six jurors including three women were sworn in tuesday afternoon at the Zimmer murder trial in Rensselaer county court but a special panel of 75 More jurors was drawn to augment the regular panel which was expected to be exhausted shortly. A defense attorney for Jerry Washington 19, one of three youths on trial for the oct. 14 beating murder of William j. Zimmer 44, of Troy said he has five witnesses who will testify the teen Ager was t involved in the crime. The other defendants Are James Andrews 20, and Robert Lacy 18. A no Quot vote on Oit track bets Albany a the Senate approved a Bill designed to curb glue sniffing tuesday but Defeated a plan to legalize and tax of track betting on horse races. Under the glue sniffing legislation which was okayed 53-3, it would be an offence to inhale glue vapor to become intoxicated and a Misdemeanour to sell glue for that purpose. The 36-20 defeat of the off track betting Bill came after three hours of debate and the splitting of a democratic majority. Milan Iliad Villal Board Troy a succeeding Geroge Vansantvoord of Bennington As president of the Board of trustees of the Emma Willard school is mrs. Robert s. Tangeman the first woman to hold the position in the history of the 150-year-old school. Mrs. Tangeman a member of the Board since 1960, is a 1923 graduate of the school. She is Active in International girl scouting and holds directorships at Christian theological Seminary Indianapolis ind., and at Butler University. Down in Berkshire Tramway proponents win Battle Adams a the it. Greylock protective association tuesday lost its Superior court fight to kill the proposed $5.5 million Tramway ski development on the states highest Peak. Protective association attorney Walter e. Riley after talking with William h. Tague president said he expects the Case to be appealed to the state supreme judicial court. An Appeal could mean construction of the project would not be started this year. Judge John m. Noonan in handing Down the decision said a there is no showing of any illegal act present or proposed by members of the it. Greylock Tramway authority or the Greylock reservation commission. Town to vote on Llu Viii Quot building j a a a a Williamstown a the municipal building study committee voted 2 to i monday to recommend the acquisition and remodelling of Phi Gamma Delta building on North Street for a town office building. The committees report and recommendations were submitted to the Board of selectmen who placed an article for Purchase and remodelling of the fraternity property on the warrant for the special town meeting in two weeks. Two school site brings taken p Pittsfield a test brings conducted tuesday on two of four possible Sites for a proposed new $2.9 million High school by a representative of Petricca construction co. For the Vermont architects Freeman French and Freeman proved both Sites were feasible. The brings were at Victory Hill and adjacent land and also the Hillcrest site in Springside Park. Similar operations Are to be conducted today in land at Coolidge Park and at the Cadwell property on South Mountain Road. Home delivery by Carrier and motor delivery 10c per Day subscription rates by mail for 50-mlle radius and All Vermont 3 months $6.30, 6 months $11.70, i 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. Triple s Blue Stamps North Bennington Road Bennington Vermont finast fabric softener i Gal. Plastic Jug maybe you can get your Rich aunt Edna to buy you a toaster. But if you done to have a Rich aunt Edna you can still get it without spending a cent. You can get it with triples Blue Stamps. And the toastmaster shown in this and would Cost you about $21 in the average store. Nice Cash saving Isnit it put that in your Piggy Bank r c i 5 Rand jni0n user markets you Don t pay More you just get More. Wherever you get triples Blue Stamps nearby redemption centers 125 no. Bennington rd., Bennington. 539 Pawling ave., Troy. Central Plaza shopping Center Central ave. Amp Colvin st., Albany. Grand Union Empire Cheshire Road Pittsfield. Man Cue full quart governors club s m Turaj Blemard we i twi a. I to Rny a mss v we there is no finer whiskey governors club is custom blended in controlled quantities and is Light and smooth As the most notable import. And you get 25% More whiskey in the full quart bottle. The Bennington Banner t 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. A manufacturer suggested list Price for toastmaster automatic Quot Princess Quot toaster at press time list and comment on a$21 toaster All we can save you a Sti Olin math 481/2 it Reynolds met 44 it 1/2 Timken r b 911/4�? 1/4 Owens c f 56 Reynolds tobacco 421/2�? v8 trans w a 55 i % Owen 111 Glass 1171/4 Richfield 595/8 % Union Carbide 136%�? % pan a w a 301/4 i a Schenley 337/8 it United Aire 78% it Paramount picture 55%�? 1/4 Sears Roebuck 737/8�? it United air l 761/2 it Parke Davis 335/8�? 1/4 Simmons 34% % United Gas Imp 2 5�? Penney stores 73 5/a 1/8 Sinclair 58 it United states smelt 1171/2 a Penn d pm 157/8�? it Socony Mobil 83 i i United states steel 51% it Penn g so 51 i 5/8 Southern railway 56 5/a�? it Warner brother pie 167/8 Penn p l 381/2 Sperry Rand 13 w a p amp p 51%�? v2 Pennsylvania or 451/2 it Standard Brand 79�?T/s�? it Western Union 46 5/8 a Pepsi cola 81 a it Standard Oil Cal 695/g a Westing air b 42 a it Phillips p 521/,�? 1/2 Standard Oil ind 423/s Westinghouse elec 52 it Pittsburgh plate i 841/4 it Standard Oil no 781/2 Westinghouse elec 52 it Pittsburgh steel 16 Stewart Warner 32% it Wheeling steel 267/g�? a Procter Cambio 737/g 3/s Studebaker 5% it White motor 34 it Pullman 515/8 Swift 54 a a Winn do 40%�? it pure Oil 60% it Tennessee Gas 24% 1/8 Woolworth 29% it Ria 37 it Texaco 78 % Xerox up 140 it Reading 20 it Thomp r w 341/b�? a Youngstown s t 43%�? a Republic steel 431/2�? tide Oil 36% it Zenith 821/4 it a Stock Market new York up a Stock prices were irregularly higher in moderate trading at the opening today. General motors dropped it to 106% and Ford lost % at 60%. Of industries 921/8 it air prods 62% % air reduction 62%�? a Allegheny Ludlum St 46 a a Allegheny Power 29%�? it Allied chemical 54 a a Allis Chalmers 245/a Alcoa 771/4 a american airline 52%�? a american can 47% % american cya Amide 81 a % american electric 44% american met Clad 537/8 % american motors 121/2 american Tat 68 5/8 % american tobacco 391/4 a Anaconda 66vb it Aramco steel 67% i Armour 44% Atchison co to vow it Bald l he 181/2 Bendix 50% 4 % Bethlehem steel 37% Boeing a 737/8 a bad co 251/8 i can Pacific 59%�? it celanese 881/8 it cheap amp Ohio 687/8�? it Champ r 37% it Cin a a 60% coca \ 84 a Colgan 51 a so % Collins r 28 % Colof in 15% Columbia Gas 32% come Edison 557/8�? a con Edison 46% cons Nat Gas 76 it cons Coal 52% it Consumers Power 60 Continental can 54%�? it Coppe Weld steel 68 a a Crucible 25% 4 a Curtiss w 18% Detroit Edison 37 Diamond National 371/4 Douglas a 391/2 a Dow chemical 767/g4 it Dupont 247% i % Eagle Pich 26% it Eastern air l 63 5/8 4 1% Eastman 165 a v2 eld so is a a Erie Lackawanna 8 7-g fed Mog 421/4 it Firestone 39% Ford motor 60%�? 3 8 general dynamic 44%4 % general electric 1057/8 general foods 831/2�? it general motors 10614�? a general Tel 42 % Goodrich tire amp rub 65% Goodyear tire amp rub 56% v2 Grace w r 54%�? it great a amp p 39vt greyhound 22% a a Gulf Oil 55% Harbison Walker 42 it Here powder 44% it Hershey 377/8 9% Hoffman electric Hinds Central 50% % ing Rand 491/e ism 480 int Harvester 3878�? % int Nickel 911/2 i % int Tel amp Tel 57% v2 Island Creek Coal 32% Jones amp Laughlin of it Joy mfg 581/4 a Kennicott 112 i Kroger 42% Lehigh it c 17%�? it Lehigh Val ind 4% Lof Glass 59%�? v2 Lone s pm 20% it Lorillard 447/g�? it Mack trucks 39% it Mcneil much 25%�? it Mem 43%�? a Monsanto 92 it Montgomery Ward 37%�? is Motorola 131% i National Avia 29% National biscuit 62% National dist 315/e�? it new Jersey z 36% 4 % National Gypsum 40% a new York Central 58 it Norfolk amp Western 128 a a North Amer Coal 141/8 it alignment bars to ii o ii Montpelier up a the business of the House of representatives has come to a screeching halt until the Pivotal reapportionment question is cleared up. Until the reapportionment matter is shoved off the Center stage there will be no debate on the controversial sweepstakes Bill which had been slated to come up for House action under a special order thursday. Meanwhile in the Senate the upper chamber looks anxiously across the Hall to see what Pace the House is moving at on realignment. The senators have four Bills for upper chamber reapportionment under consideration but Are not going to act on changing their House until the representatives have their House in order. J a Dougherty s sons co distillers Philadelphia Penna Lemont ill. Governor s club blended whiskey a 86 proof a 65% Grain Neutral spirits All i said was show me a filter that delivers the taste and ill eat my govern que club try new Lucky strike filters a 4 r 1 a a Ai

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