Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Oct 21 1965, Page 13

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - October 21, 1965, Bennington, Vermont Bennington manner thursday october 21, 1965�?13 a jobs for Williams students Range from exterminating to Sauna attending Williamstown mass. A a record total of $694,000 was earned during the summer by 1,040 Williams College students including one who made $9,100 Selling dictionaries. These figures were disclosed in the annual report on summer employment by Henry n. Flynt director of student Aid. This Means 85.7 per cent of the student body had summer jobs earning an average of $667. Some 203 students earned More than $1,000 each and 131 earned More than $2,000, while two topped the $3,000 Mark. The previous records were set last year when 83.2 per cent of the undergraduates earned $618,139, for an average of $663 with Only 143 reporting More than $1,000. The seniors were top earners 84 per cent of them reported earnings of $204,813 for a record average of $819. The sophomores who usually Are tops reported 86.2 per cent As earning $179,198, nearly As much As the juniors who reported 90.2 per cent earned $179,308. All classes topped the $100,000 figure with the freshmen earning the least 80.3 per cent reported a total of $131,121 for an average wage of $506. In Many instances the a a real wages were much higher than reported because Many students received room and Board in addition to their . The student who earned More than anyone else started his career As a Salesman three years ago and subsequently promoted himself to the sales manager level by persuading other students to work for him. He received commissions on the books they sold. Highest earner in the Junior class also was a Salesman while the top Sophomore was in construction. The biggest Money maker in the freshman class was a factory worker. Most popular jobs were in office factory and construction work followed by those in sales Camps and research with the largest number Ever a 22 a in government related positions such As aides to congressmen internet in government agencies and Campaign workers. Civil rights Drew a Good segment which worked on voter registration in the South operation Headstall and other projects involving underprivileged persons. A number of students worked in foreign countries Barry e. Barnes 66 of Melrose was a business trainee in Istanbul Turkey Gerald l. Hazelbauer �?T66 of Western Spring 111., was an any Laboratory assistant in Germany Jon w. Olson 66 of Park Ridge 111., was a Sauna Bath attendant in Denmark Spencer b. Hays �?T67 of Riverside conn., was an automobile assembler in Germany and Jonathan s. Shafmaster 67 of Haverhill was a leather sorter in Ger Many. Many students found unusual occupations in this country. Among the seniors Robert h. Bradley in of Philadelphia was a logging Camp Scaler in Alaska Thomas r. Jack of Beverly was a steel company Riveter Edward j. Taylor of Portland ore., was a Railroad brakeman Jacques e. Vroom jr., of Harpswell Maine was an Oil Field roustabout and Ronald g. Worland of Wayne n.j., was a dancer and Model. Among the juniors James s. Allen i of Rochester n.y., was a worlds fair guide Craig Currie of Villanova pa., was a termite exterminator Gove w. Effinger of Denver colo., was an assistant hotel manager John s. Gail of Grosse Ile Mich was a night club Singer David c. Kennedy of Phoenix ariz., was a Cowboy and Robert l. Summers or. Of Marshfield was a Clam Digger. Of the sophomores Charles l. Bradbury of Shelbyville ky., was a tobacco Surveyor Robert j. Cricenti of new London . Was a Butcher Robert i. Cruse of Pocasset was an air plane Jimmy Durante says food is a Bam aim less than 19c of each Dollar is spent for food a a lowest of any country in the world Here a proof. . Choice Washer Robert h. Gill More of Claremont ., was an editorial writer Michael h. Lavyne of Newburgh n.y., was a toll collector and Richard k. Means jr., of Sewickley pa., was a Miner. The freshmen can boast of Frederick j. Bashour of Hartford conn., who played piano in a cocktail lounge Willard c. Hatch Iii of Seattle wash., who worked in a fish Cannery Kenneth m. Price of Eugene ore., was a ranch hand and Gary j. Robinson of Perrysburg Ohio pruned Christmas Trees. 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