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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - September 7, 1963, Bennington, Vermont 2-Bennington Danner saturday september 7, 1963 . Camp Ben Mont official transferred to Michigan unit Donald p. Camp marketing manager for the Ben Mont unit of the Dow chemical company has been named assistant general manager of Dow Industrial service division in Midland Mich. In his new position Camp will have general marketing and sales management responsibilities for the division including the development of Long Range business strategies for the divisions operations. In addition Camp will be responsible for assisting in the general administration of the division. Dow Industrial service division provides chemical cd in services to heavy Industrial installations throughout the nation. It has 39 regional and Branch offices from coast to coast. Bennington briefs Camp 42, is a native of Homer la. received his High school education in Beaumont Texas and was graduated from wedding invitation Napkin Ami Sam the Hooks to oui owl Quot a a it i benning0&Quot bookshop inc 416 mein St. Benr i Krut pm re car of s Donald p Camp Rice University with an . Degree in chemical engineering. joined Dow in 1949 and was originally assigned to the company a technical service and development group in Midland. From 1931 to 1936 he was a general chemicals Salesman in bowls St. Louis office. In 1936 he was named chemicals sales manager for Downs Houston office. held this Post until 1957 v. Hen he was named general manager of Downs Dallas sales office. Camp was named marketing manager Tor Ben Mont in june of last year. is married and the father of four children. The family which has resided on Monument Avenue in old Benning on. Will make their new Home in Midland the new location of the now Industrial service general Headquarters. For the time being Wal. Nel on. Manager of Downs codeine r products department in Oldland will add the Ben Mont marketing responsibilities to his resent duties. Doi Stam Quot wed a super purer Makker in till Universal transmission fluid amp sealer of. Save 30� of. On this 60< Economy Auto stores inc. Free dial 2-6226 Bennington it. Delivery v i to Sirn platform Rocker Mhz. Finish 5�?� foam seat Cho ice of tapestry covers. Reg. $59.95 434 main St. Bennington it. Dial 7-7133 the Gold Star mothers will hold a regular meeting at 7 30 . Monday at the vow rooms on North Street. The Prudential committee of the greater Bennington schools inc. Will meet monday at 4 . At Molly Stark school. The Bennington Rod and gun club will hold its annual meeting monday at 8 . At the clubhouse in Shaftsbury. Scheduled Are the election of officers a discussion of plans for the coming year a report on the pheasant stocking project and refreshments. Donald c. Comar of 306 Grove St. Has joined Lloyd studio at 439 main St. Comar will do both photography and Laboratory work. had previously been associated with the studio for a total of 14 years. The trial of the land taking Case of John t. Carrier of Whitingham is. The state Highway Board will be continued monday at the Bennington county courthouse in Manchester. Miss Regina Hurley daughter of or. And . Clayton Hurley of 101 Shermont St., will leave sunday to begin her freshman year at Castleton state College. The 1963 graduate of Bennington High school expects to major in English. A prospectors look Forward to Snow time its still a few months before ski trails will be covered with Snow but the executive committee of the Prospect it. Ski club got a jump on the Winter sport with an Advance planning meeting thursday night at the Home of club president Stephen Jesse Man of Carpenter Hill Road. Jesseman said there were few final decisions but much solid discussion of the continuing Junior program and other club projects and activities. When plans become definite he said announcements will be made to members via a newsletter. One new project definitely slated for the coming year Jesseman said is a racing program though details Are still to be mapped out. said the executive committee is seeking club members to direct the program. Anyone interested should Contact Jesseman. Members of the committee present were Thomas d. Cookjr. Of 199 weeks St., Alan Dunk Lee of 606 main St., Jay o. Slade of 110 Safford St., . Gene Irons of 215 Grandview St., and . Carol Miller of 225 Washington ave. Stock Market continued from Page i anticipated anyway by most Wall Street experts in View of the great proportions of the previous Advance so the Day s Small decline was by no Means discouraging in the Street. The Dow Jones Industrial average which made history thursday by surging to an All time record underwent a moderate decline of 2.61, closing at 735.37, still above the previous Peak of december 1961. In a Broad Market of 1,332 issues traded 679 declined and 400 advanced. New highs for the year totalled 94 and new lows five. The associated press average of 60 stocks fell i/2 to 279.9, with industrials Down 1.4, rails Down 1.4 and utilities Down .3. Like the associated press average Standard amp poor a 500-Stock Index also Slid from a historic Peak losing .16 at 72.84. Eight of the 15 most Active stocks declined and 7 advanced the nearly even split reflecting the conflicting Type of Market it was. The Market Leader was Sperry Rand off is at 15v2 on tremendous volume of 616,500 shares. A single Block of 396,000 shares said by the new York Stock Exchange to be the largest regular transaction in history helped build the total. Richard Sawyer chief Pilot for Bennington a county aviation corp., was on duty Friday afternoon at the Rutland fair airlifting two members of the Atlantic skydivers troupe for their parachuting performances. Sawyer said the parachutists each made two jumps with both scoring perfect landings the second time on a target Marker in front of the grandstand. Sawyer was flying a Cessna 170. Bennington a . Army Reserve unit will hold a firing demonstration at 2 ., sunday on morsels Field on the North Bennington Road. The Public is invited to observe both the demonstration and preparations for it sunday morning. Foliage pillows hand appliqued designed by Charmion. Also shifts girl s sizes 7 toll. A things from red retail boutique. Route 7, Arlington. Adv. Sept. 7. Two Vermont towns plan to enter electric age Montpelier apr a gov. Hoff met Friday with residents of Victory and Granby the Only Vermont town without electrical service and told them the Central Vermont Public service corp. Has offered to work out a plan for introduction of service. Hoff said Albert Cree president of the Rutland based utile extra Bonus double world Green wednesday end saturday ii a so 736 main Strait Alabama continued from Page i ers Here and there and Federal court developments came thick and fast a spokesman for a local television station said Wallace has scheduled a statewide television appearance sunday. In an Early morning executive order Wallace decreed that the four White schools at Huntsville which were to enrol one negro each were closed for the Day. gave no explanation of the one Day provision which presumably meant schools could open monday. Supt. Raymond Christian told Wallace aides he was standing on the Board s Resolution thursday to open schools. Similar action by Wallace on monday shut Down a White High school facing desegregation in Tuskegee. Angered parents there were barred by troopers. In Birmingham three White schools remained closed at Wallace a request. At Mobile two negroes failed to show up for scheduled class at a White school. Within hours of Wallace a intervention at Huntsville a Federal court denied an injunction requested by six White parents to keep the Birmingham schools closed. Wallace had backed the court move on the basis that Birmingham school integration would bring violence. The petition was filed wednesday shortly before disorders left a negro Man dead and 20 persons Hurt in Birmingham. Preserving the peace was the reason Wallace gave for shutting Down the Huntsville schools. While the troopers kept pupils away from �?T16 four schools affected by Wallace a orders More than 20,000 children went to classes at 24 other Huntsville schools. About 25 mothers marched up to the line of troopers at East Clinton elementary school. Told the school was closed the women ignored the troopers and walked right on. The troopers stood aside. A Don t Hurt them let them go in blared a state Highway patrol loud speaker. The mothers took their children inside and registered them. No classes were held. S. W. Hereford in 6, was the first negro turned away. went to fifth Avenue school with his parents and two Fri agents. The group left quickly. The other negro pupils John Brewton 7 Veronica Terrell Pearson 13, and David c. Piggie 6, were turned away at the other schools. A no school today a a trooper told . Odell Pearson Mother of Veronica. A thank you sir a was her reply. Mayor . Searcy said a this is an unfortunate situation we have been subjected to by the governor. We did not ask for troopers to be sent in Here and i did not want them. A i think Wallace should remember he is fussing at the Federal government for sending troops into our there was no disorder at any of the schools Friday. An editorial by the Huntsville times said the school children were used As pawns in Wallace so Long standing feud with the Federal calling Wallace a actions silly futile and disgraceful the times said a fall Huntsville should let the governor know that this Community bitterly resents the senseless and shameful actions of this Many of the parents voiced their resentment at the troopers. Others agreed with Wallace. A i done to want my daughter to go to school that had a said one woman at East Clinton. A boy put it this Way a Doggone it in be been waiting three Days to go to this came from a sixth Grade teacher a a there a something about those troopers that makes my Knees a woman wanted to know a what would you do if we broke through a the troopers did no to reply. A Mother her daughter and three other girls came to the Gate at Rison Junior High. Halted by a troopers raised hand the women said a i know the school is closed. But i just came to show you that we want them open. A a in a a native of Huntsville. I am not an Integrationist. But i believe that we and the people of the South have to accept chief Suver urges crossing caution although most Street Crossings in Bennington Are carefully supervised during hours before and after school much of the safety depends on the students themselves. Bennington police chief Edward Silver urges students coming Down main Street to use the crosswalk at school Street and not Jay walk to Cut across the parking lots behind the stores on the North Side of main Street. There is a patrolman stationed at the school Street crossing Silver said and crossing main Street further up is dangerous. Court upholds rail Way express Carrier rights Boston apr a three judge tribunal in Federal court refused Friday to set aside an order of the interstate Commerce commission which granted the railway express Agency inc. Certificates to operate Asua common Carrier Over five new England routes. Auclair transportation inc. Of Manchester n. H., had sought to have the court set aside the inc ruling on the grounds it failed to give adequate Protection to Independent motor carriers. Judge Andrew wrote the opinion with judge John p. Hartigan of tile u. S. Court of appeals and judge Edward t. Gignoux of the Federal court Portland Maine concurring. The railway express Agency was authorized to engage in transportation As a motor Carrier Over the following routes Between Boston and Manchester . Between White River Junction it. And Whitefield n. Between Manchester n. H., and White River Junction Between Boston and Portland and Between Hoosick Falls . And Middlebury it. Pownal continued from Page i Case Cost would be necessary to adapt the building to the towns use. Among other needs would be a driven Well insulation of part of the building probably improvements to the heating system Interior decoration and general repairs. Although selectmen had no definite estimates of the remodelling costs they indicated that additional town Revenue derived from the Taconic racing and Breeding association would assist in meeting costs. They also noted that costs could be spread out Over several years. Opposition to a change in town quarters has been expressed at town meetings of the past few years. Some observers feel however that a favourable attitude toward the project is developing. Selectmen hoped there would be a Good turnout of citizens at the a open House hearing set to begin at 7 30 . They said they would Welcome expressions of opinion both for and against the proposal. Gradual aspirin St. Louis up a the St. Louis College of pharmacy says it has developed a a sustained release the new aspirin was reported in a paper by prof. Paul v. Maney director. Industrial pharmacy department of the col lege. It provides an immediate therapeutic dose followed by a gradual release of the balance of the aspirin from the Tablet. To had made the offer in a letter to the governor. The Cost Hoff said would be about three cents per kilowatt hour. A representative of the Washington electric Coop of East Montpelier also at the meeting said his firm could offer service for two cents per kilowatt hour. However he added the Coop was willing to work with Central Vermont Public service corp. In devising a plan for bringing Power to the two towns. The group told the governor they would Contact Cree. Hoff indicated he would introduce legislation to enable the state to help bring electricity to the area but urged that attempts to work out a definite plan made by the parties concerned. Hoosick democrats conduct caucus Hoosick Falls a the democratic party of the town of Hoosick held a convention and caucus thursday night in the municipal building in Hoosick Falls with Donald r. Lohnes town committee chairman presiding. Committeemen and election inspectors from each District and All party members and friends attended. Candidates for the november election who were selected at the meeting include Edward v. Gorman for supervisor James Green superintendent of highways . Mary Macdonald town clerk Howard v. Shaw Justice of peace Ernest Yerke councilman Donald Lohnes assessor and William Grennan assessor. Green Shaw and Lohnes Are incumbents. Other candidates will face Republican incumbents. The annual democratic banquet will be held nov. 2 at the old Byars House in North Hoosick. Tickets will be available from party workers Luther Rasch Leo Surdam or. And James f. Mcguire who Heads the banquet committee. Demonstration i nit approves set courses Hoosick Falls a the Hoo Sac Village Home demonstration unit met thursday night at the Home of . Frank Reynolds or. On Wilder Avenue with . Francis Bac Hor a president presiding. The unit voted in favor of reviewing previous lessons taught. New and continuing classes were enrolled for projects including enamelling on Copper salad bowl finishing tailoring techniques yacht cording and Rug hooking. Refreshments were served following by a committee headed by . Bachorz and . David Berlant. Filial i \ Cine ago up a Pitcher Bob Buhl of the Chicago cuts went to the plate 87 times without getting a hit before rapping a wind blown pop single May 8, 1963 against the Pittsburgh pirates. His last hit came sept. I 1961 when he was a member of Milwaukee braves. Telephones bus i be ss.4 42-6300 newsroom 442-2 800 display advert is ing. .4 42-26 84 the Bennington Banner is published daily except sunday and Legal holidays at 425 main St., Bennington Vermont by the Banner publishing corporation. Member of the associated press is entitled exclusively to the use for republication to All local news printed in this newspaper As Well As All a news dispatches. Homa salivary by Carriar and motor salivary 7f per Day subscription rates by mail 50 i. Radius and All v Ermont . $4.25-6 . $8.00 a i or. $15.00 elsewhere in the . 3 . $4.25 a 6 Moa. $9.00 a i or. $17.50 spacial Rotas for Sarvi Caman Victory dam project said harmed by water Quality Montpelier apr a preliminary study indicates that Lack of water Quality would make the proposed Victory dam unfeasible for recreational use a coordinator in gov. Hoff a planning program said Friday. Richard Macomber said the report to Hoff was made by a technical group assigned under the water resources panel. Emphasizing the report was Only a preliminary one Macomber said a a serious question remains concerning adequate water pleads innocent to kidnapping fraud Burlington apr Fred Joseph Bishop of Colchester 41, pleaded innocent Friday to charges of kidnapping and fraud by Check. Bishop arraigned in municipal court allegedly kidnapped Linda Blackford 13, of Winooski. The two vanished june 20 and were picked up by authorities in Seaside calif., last week. A second warrant charges Bishop with fraud in the issuance of a worthless Check for $1,084.04. Unable to provide a total of $12,500 bail Bishop was returned to Chittenden county jail. His Case was continued for a week. Quality to justify a recreation based the report said High acidity and Low chemical nutrients in bogs have combined to pose the problem of murky Waters. The project has been considered for Many years. A report recently released by sen. George d. Aiken r vt., said the dam would be a Boom to the Northeast kingdoms recreation business. A but no one has Ever studied water Quality a Macomber said. The report which Aiken released was prepared at the University of Vermont and presumably was based on adequate water Macomber added. Hoff who has expressed interest in the project could not be reached for immediate comment. 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