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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - May 14, 1965, Bennington, Vermont 2-Bennington Banner Friday May 14, 1965 around Vermont Vermont Day at Fenway Park j w Montpelier up a May 30 will be Vermont Day at Fenway Park in Boston. For the sixth straight year the event is being sponsored by the greater Vermont association the states chamber of Commerce. Last year Vermont Day was picked As the a Best state Day of All the new England states at the Park. Vermont Day will include special awards to Vermont a favorite red sox player the outstanding Pitcher of the game and a special award to sox manager Billy Herman. A Large delegation of Vermont red sox fans and state leaders will be on hand to watch gov. Philip h. Hoff fling out the first baseball. Jaycees meet Iii Buhi Tieton South Burlington up a More than 500 members of the Vermont Junior chamber of Commerce gather today to kick off the annual two Day meeting of the Jaycees. One of the highlights will be a saturday afternoon Parade containing 16 floats and five bands. Federal contracts $748,000 Boston up a the Small business administration says that Vermont firms handled $748,000 in government contracts in 1964 through the sea. Included in the items made by Small Vermont firms for the government were such items As teletypewriter paper containers and Wool lined leather gloves. Sea area administrator Thomas Noonan said today the sea through its a set aside program is enabling More and More Small businesses to compete for government contracts. Since the sea was created Small firms in Vermont have won $4.3 million in prime . Government contracts. Convict tried Iii prison fight Burlington up a a 21-year-old Burlington Man goes on trial today at Chittenden municipal court charged with breach of the peace in the alleged beating of a county jail prisoner. Thomas Bissonette is charged with roughing up Clifford Sourdiff 28, in his county jail cell april 28. A jury deliberated just 45 minutes thursday before returning a guilty verdict on similar charges against Gary Parizo 20. Sentencing was delayed but Parizo could get As much As five years in state prison on the conviction. Two others have been implicated in the alleged beating and they face trial next week. Witnesses testified the four men allegedly attacked Sourdiff after the four had consumed four pints of liquor that had been smuggled into the cell Block through a window. Raili an renomination assured Washington up a president Johnson announced thursday that he plans to renominated Joseph f. Radigan of Rutland vt., As . Attorney for Vermont. Radigan has held the Post since 1961. Holton now in Union District Jericho up a the town of Bolton has officially been accepted for membership in the mount Mansfield Union High school District. Members Richmond Underhill and Jericho gave formal approval to Bolton s application at a meeting tuesday night. Over in Mew York a winds i a in court Saratoga Springs a an Albany county assistant District attorney who was arrested Early thursday and jailed on a charge of driving while intoxicated pleaded guilty in court to a reduced charge of failure to keep to the right. Richard a. Kohn 28, refused a chemical test lifter his arrest. Cirl Dies in chair plane fall Rochester a Donna Bruno 13, was fatally injured thursday after she was thrown 35 feet from a swing Type amusement ride in a shopping Center Plaza. Police said the girl had been Riding the chair plane about three or four minutes when she appeared to slump Over in her seat As if nauseated and slipped under a safety Chain. Police ordered the ride and nine others in the Plaza shut Down. County cop chairman to do it Troy a Douglas Hudson of Castleton chairman of the Rensselaer county Republican committee since 1952, announced his intention to resign thursday. Hudson who said he would recommend county clerk Martin b. Stack for the position declared he would be a candidate for election again to the Assembly from the lower District of Rensselaer county. Doivan in Berkshire charged with flying too Low Adams a two North Adams men James Kelly 34, and Arthur Barbuto pleaded innocent in District court thursday to charges of flying planes too Low under 1,000 feet Altitude Over an Assembly of people in a thickly settled Are it a in Cheshire april 25. Kelly was also charged with failing to Register a Federal airmen a or aircraft certificate As required by the Federal aeronautics commission. Judge John a Barry continued the cases until May 20. Week newspaper changes hands Dalton a the Dalton Hinsdale news which was founded in March 1964, was sold thursday by its founder Wadsworth r. Pierce to or. And mrs. William g. Sheldon who assumed management immediately. The Sheldon who hold journalism degrees from the University of Kansas came to Dalton from Hagerstown my. Pierce will continue living in the area and will report news of Dalton for the Springfield Union. Urban renewal report progresses North Adams a a final report on the proposed $5.8 million Urban renewal project covering 32 acres of the City a South Side business District is scheduled for completion May 31, but executive director James w. Lilly of the North Adams redevelopment authority said it will be about six months before the plan can be presented to the City Council for approval before work can Start. W Illiams vandals face discipline Williamstown a two students have been identified As the vandals who wednesday defaced the Home of Williams College president John e. Sawyer by entering an obscene comment across the front of it. A College spokesman said that a proper disciplinary action had been taken and that a the incident is the Stock Market list and comment new York up 1 a Stock coca cola 84% % prices were firm in moderate Colgate 51% a trading at the opening today. Colorado fir 153/4 is Chrysler advanced is to 54v2 come Edison 56% % and Ford added v4 to 59%. Gen consolidated Edison 46 a v4 eral motors dropped v4 tol073/4. Cons Nat Gas 761/4 % electronic associates added consolidated Coal 521/4 a v2 to 22%, Honeywell % to69%, consumer Power 60 a a Texas instruments 5/i to 115% Continental can 541/4�? a and Magna Vox is to 44%. Curtiss w 18% United aircraft Rose i to 79, Detroit Edison 363/4 is Lockheed 14 to 48% and Doug Douglas a 413/8 i Las i to 41. Dow chemical 763/4 is Eastern air l 643/1 4. A air products 62 % Eastman Kodak 166%�? is Allegheny Ludlum St 47 Eaton m 55 a a Allegheny Power 293/4 fed Mog 423/4 a Allied chemical 55 a % Firestone 493/8�? a Allis Chalmer 24% % Ford motor 593/4 % Alcoa 78% a general dynamic 443/4�? v4 american airlines 56 % general electric 105% 3/g american can 465/8 % general foods 83 5/s�? % american Cyan amid 80%�? % general motors 107%�? is american met cd 523/4 a general Telephone 421/s�? a american met pm 25v4 % Goodrich tire amp rub 671/4 a american t amp t 69% % Goodyear tire amp rub 56% is american tobacco 39 % Grace w r 55% % Anaconda 66 % great a amp f 39% is Aramco steel 671/4 % greyhound 22% % Armour 46% a Gulf Oil 56% Bald l he 131/2�? a Harbison Walker 42 Bendix 513/4 5/8 Here powder 44% % Bethlehem steel 381/a is Hershey 373/8 % Bobbie bras 26 % Hoffman electric 8% is Boeing a 73% % Illinois Central 53 a bad co 253/4 is int Harvester 371/2�? % Canada dry 38% % int Nickel 92% is Canadian Pacific 59 a % Island Creek Coal 33% Chesapeake amp Ohio 68% % Jones amp Laughlin 69 a is Chrysler 543/4 1% Joy mfg 58% is can g e 32% is Kroger 41%�? a Mccormack hints run for governorship Methuen mass. Up a former atty. Gen. Edward w. Mccormack has hinted he will be a democratic candidate for governor in 1966. Mccormack said thursday night he was sounding out potential delegates to next year s convention. A was one who Hopes to be a candidate i want help. I need general. Mccormack said the democratic party has two great needs in Massachusetts a someone who can win in 1966 and that he said unless the 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 4?5 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 to per Day subscription rates by mail for 50-rn lie 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. The Nephew of . House elections it will pave the a speaker John a Mccormack for Republican victories. He said he could have had his the former attorney Genera party s gubernatorial Nomina denounced the 3 per cent Lim Tion in 1968 and 1962 but re red sales tax proposed by re fused because he was opposed publican gov. Volpe As unfair Youngstown s t to the two year term. And regressive. A the closest i can come to making a prediction is that in 1966 the governor will be elected for four years Quot he told 400 Essex county democrats. Mccormack was Defeated by Edward m. Kennedy in 1962 for the democratic nomination for i Ooi ii birthday w fur slate police Iii Massachusetts Boston up a the Massachusetts state police will be too years old sunday. It All began May 16, 1865 when then gov. John a. Andrew signed the measure creating the nation s first statewide Law enforcement organization a 33 men in derbies and mustaches. Today they number 613 men and five women who travel nearly 7 million Miles a year in their duties. State Public safety commissioner Richard r. Caples who Heads the Force said that one of the proudest moments in the department s history was the Day it teamed with local police to capture the notorious Millen Faber gang of killer bandits. And he said the biggest problem in the department s future is manpower. A with new highways and More travellers on the Road the Public s needs Are greater Quot he said. Samples said the state police Hope their future will include a new state police Academy at Framingham a where we now have three spa shacks and a quonset hut a and starting next year we put in those buildings not Only the regular troopers. But local police samples noted that the Millen Faber Case has become a classic of police detective work the solution depended on to fact a killer once had his Auto Battery repaired. It began in the mid-30�?Ts when Abraham Faber and the Millen Brothers staged a $4,500 Holdup at Worcester s Palace theater and went on to kill a sporting goods clerk in Fitchburg a theater employee in Lynn and two policemen in Needham. They made the mistake of burning a Packard getaway car in the town dump at Norwood. In the car Massachusetts state police capt. John f. Stokes and his men found a burned but obviously once repaired Battery. Garage after garage was checked until the Battery was identified. The men were arrested and the killers went to the electric chair. For the privilege of getting shot at a two troopers have died and dozens have been wounded during the years they sign up for a pay scale that runs from $5,941 to $6,957. Troopers have to be 21 to 29 when they apply pass written and physical examinations and when they Complete three months training they must agree to work 92 hours per week. They can retire on half pay after 20 years or at the age of 50. Lehigh Val ind 43/4 Loe Glass cd 58% 1/4 Lorillard 443/8�? % Mack trucks 38% % Mcneil much 263/4 % Montgomery Ward 37% 1/4 Motorola 130 a a National Avia 295/s is National biscuit 61% is National Dairy 975/8 a National dust 321/4 is National Gypsum 40%�? a new York Central 573/i is Norfolk amp Western 1273/4 i North Amer a 52% Viz North Amer Coal 14% a Olin math 49% a Owens c f 58% a pan Awa 31% a Paramount picture 56 a is Parke Davis 32%�? % Peabody c 40 Penney stores 79 1 Penn p l 38% % Pennsylvania or 443/4 % Pepsi cola 80% is Phillips p 53 is Pittsburgh plate i 83 a Pittsburgh steel 16 a a Procter Gamble 74% is Pullman 51% is pure Oil 595/8 is Ria 36% is Reading 20% v2 Republic steel 44% a Reynold met 463/s is Schenley 33% % Schering 68% is Sears Roebuck 731/4�? i Simmons 343/4 is Simonds s 333/4 i Southern railway 56% a Sperry Rand 131/4 is Standard Oil Cal 69 % is Standard Oil ind 42% is Standard Oil no 78% is Studebaker 55/fi is Swift 53% a Tennessee Gas 34 % is tide Oil 36% is Timken r b 4 6 is % trans w a 54 is is Union Carbide 1365/g a United Aire 783/4 a United air l 77 a United fruit 213/8 is United states smelt 1131/2�? a United states steel 515/g�? a Warner Bro pie 173/g is w a p amp p 52 3/4_ a Western Union 473/4 is Westing air b 42 a is Westing elec 54 a Wheeling steel 27 is Woolworth 30 is Xerox up 1381/2 1/2 Youngstown s t 43% 1/4 Zenith 821 2 is higher social Security pages no bite on Economy Connor new York up a com Connor said he does not Merce Secretary John t. Con share the worry expressed by nor today predicted that the some economists that a bigger . Economy will weather next social Security tax bite will re january s scheduled increase in Duce consumer spending social Security taxes without enough to slow Down the econ any trouble. Aiken sees politics9 in mail change Washington up a sen. George Aiken r-vt., charged today that a politics Quot played a role in the Boston regional Post office report recommending Transfer of Central Vermont railway mail contracts to trucks. Aiken said that a staff expert of the Senate Post office committee would investigate the report at his request. A i am doing this to leave no Stone unturned but i must caution that this is a last ditch Effort Quot Aiken said. A there is More politics in this Case than meets the Eye and republicans can not Hope to overturn a decision based on administration # policy without the strongest kind of he said under official Post office policy railroads Are losing mail franchises to trucks. Postal officials said that $80,-000 annually would be saved by changing Over to trucks from the Vermont Railroad. A if this is so we should see How these improvements will come about Quot Aiken said noting that the Boston Post office has not made the report Public. A loss of postal subsidy should not be permitted if it Means that essential passenger service has to be abandoned Quot Aiken said. Penny a w Ltd Ltd Mortimer England up a John Martin 77, who lost two toes while working in a Quarry 58 years ago still gets compensation from an insurance company at the rate of one Penny a week. My before july 1966. On that Date the administrations social Security financed in a ruths Quot Connor said in a speech prepared for delivery to the society of american business writers. Under the legislation now pending in Congress and other previously scheduled changes social Security taxes Are due to increase at an annual rate of $5 health care for the elderly pro billion or More starting Jan. I. Gram and increased retirement benefits both provided in an administration supported Bill already passed by the House Are scheduled to go into effect. A i believe our expanding the increased benefits will not begin immediately because the government wants to build up a j a Kitty Quot before starting to pay out Money for health care. Thus in the eyes of some j Economy will absorb the Dif economists the critical period Ference Between contributions and benefits in the intervening will be the first six months of 1966. Bone in la. Chuck roast Boneless Chuck stewing beef walkers 45< ib.79< la. 79< food Market Hawley company furniture manufacturers Bani a it >10 car Rit is Vic i he s got everything for Home improvement except the Money that s Why hell make a Low Cost Home improvement loan at the Vermont Bank and Trust company you should too the Vermont Bank and Trust co. A Mil my Iii a out mall i my of to Mattu Roio Luhtio Man actor kaons Faus Cristi a Dinette living room Quot dining room Quot bedroom Quot occasional factory sales room Maple Street East Arlington it. Tel 375-6675 hours weekdays 8 a.m.-5 . Saturdays 9 a.m.-12 noon sundays i p.rn.-4 . 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. Cd Paa move up to Chrysler. Whitney a garage inc. 735 main Street Bennington Vermont

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