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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - September 23, 1965, Bennington, Vermont Bennington Banner thursday september 23, 1965-3 mood of major change seen in soviet agriculture circles Shriver to talk in to. By kill ski i Ong Mok i la Moscow up a for the second time in three years Russia has been forced to buy millions of tons of wheat abroad. The soviet press is full of complaints about poor farm planning careless machinery maintenance crops rotting in the Field. An american farm delegation returned from the soviet Countryside talking of stunted Corn growing a where Corn never should be even the soviet government agrees that something is seriously wrong with this nations vast collect sized farm system. There is As yet no sign of agreement on a cure but the most drastic solution of ally a breakup of the collective and state farms is believed to be under discussion. If this solution is accepted it May come to be known As Quot Hull ism Quot after v. Zhuolin an obscure kazakh agronomist who first proposed it in Public. It must be stressed that shul in a proposals which amount to nothing less than a dismantling of the state owned farms that Stalin built at a huge Cost in blood and property Are far from an accomplished fact. Even of they Are accepted farm experts Here believe it will be years before they can be put into full effect. But the proposal to make profit a key indicator of soviet Industrial efficiency now generally accepted and being ample demented a was made Only three years ago by an equally of it Scure economist prof. Evsei Liber Man. That s Why observers of the soviet scene took Sharp notice last month when shul in a promo la Sirelia ing Power Washington up a a Man who earned $5,000 to $10,-000 a year in 1949 would now have to earn a third again As much to maintain the same purchasing Power according to Quot finance the publication said a married couple with two children and a $5,000 annual income in 1949 paid $344 in Federal income and social Security taxes leaving $4,656 in spendable income. To have this same purchasing Power in 1965, this couple would need an income of $6,781 in 1965. The Hennington Banner t telephones business. .442-6300 newsroom. 442-2800 advertising. .442-2684 the Bennington Banner is published daily except sunday and Legal holidays at 425 Maili 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 10< per Day subscription rates by mall for 50-Mtle 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. Sals appeared in a front Page article in Komo Sokolskaya pravda the no. 2 communist party newspaper. Western experts have said often that the Only solution to russians farm problems is to break up the collective farms though they have said it would never happen. This is what Zhuolin wants to do. To Many persons Here rus sians As Well As foreigners has plan appears too drastic to win acceptance. But the fact that it was Given prominent display in a major party paper indicates that somebody up there in the Kremlin likes the idea. Auto Price Roll Back demand cd by Heather new York up a a demand for a Roll Back of Auto Price increases announced by the Chrysler corp. Was voiced wednesday by Walter p. Reuther president of the United Auto workers Union Law. Reuther said the Law would press for a congressional investigation of Auto costs prices and profits if general motors Ford and american motors follow Chrysler Price Lead. He warned that Quot profiteers Quot in other industries would be encouraged to raise their prices and the nation would face an inflationary spiral unless the Llo trl Motel group sets annual meet Rutland a Robert m. Brush senior vice president of the International Sheraton hotel system will be the main speaker at the Vermont hotel Motel association annual meeting scheduled for sept. 26, 27, and 28 at Basin Harbor club in Vergennes. He will speak on Quot the Many worlds of new England Quot at the associations banquet scheduled for 7 . Monday evening. Registration for the meeting will Start sunday afternoon at 3 . The annual meeting and election of officers is scheduled monday at 9 30 . Vohma members representing 110 hotels motels inns and lodges will hear reports on the newly initiated Blue Cross Blue shield group membership plan and the work of the education Telephone and legislative committees. Brush is a native of St. Albans. He attended Cornell University and graduated from its school of hotel administration. He has retained connections with that institution since serving As National president of the Cornell society of hotel men Foron Yeai. His first full time hotel employment was in the Basin Harbor club and from there he went to Miami Beach hotel later incoming assistant to the president of hosts hotels inc. He left that position for world War ii service staying in his own Field however by directing army food and hotel operations. Brush left individual Hott. Operations to become assistant to the general Manger of All Sheraton properties and eventually senior vice president administrative division of Sheraton corporation of America and chairman of the Board of Sheraton design amp development corp. Chrysler action is rescinded. In Washington White House press Secretary Bill d. Moyers told newsmen tuesday the Chrysler a new Price list was under study by the Commerce department and the president s Council of economic advisers. Moyers said any White House comment on the Price situation at this time would be another administration source said that careful study would be needed to discover if Chrysler s Price hike More than covered the Cost of safety features and other equipment the company said it will install in its new models. In announcing the Price changes Chrysler said it would continue to pass along to Consumers the 3 per cent excise tax Cut that took effect in june As Well As other cuts scheduled for the future. Quot there is absolutely no economic justification for Price increases on 1966 car models Reuther said in a statement issued at an Al Cio executive Council meeting. Quot despite its solemn pledges to Congress and to the Public to pass on excise tax reductions Chrysler has now juggled its Price Structure to recapture excise tax savings which were intended to Benefit Washington up a chairman Philip a. Hart d-mlch., of the Senate antitrust subcommittee wednesday called Chrysler corporations Auto Price increase surprising and Hart said in a prepared Senate speech that there will be Quot increased concern Quot of other car producers follow Chrysler a Lead in a Quot demonstration of parallel pricing in this period of unparalleled the Michigan senator spoke out As the Johnson administration was examining the Price increases for their inflationary effect. Hart whose subcommittee probably would conduct any Senate investigation of the Price hike said Quot the Chrysler increases if matched by the other Auto firms would have an inflationary effect on the Economy while costing the Auto consumer $500 Ila it it suspect Oakland Calif. Up a Quot i m Damn glad you caught me Quot Howard Cronin or. Said monday when captured by policeman Marvin Robinson. Cronin a burglary suspect was grabbed by Robinson while being pursued by a citizen who was firing pistol shots at him. Open Friday night girls Coats choose them now when stoles Ake full. A Deposit will hold Ufi i selection our layaway plan Large and varied Range of styles and materials sizes 2-4�?T s179,�s25 4 to 6x s1698,.s25 7 to 14 s179�?zs2998 Drysdale a Fri i parking in armory lot next door strange flying machine a Rex Heflin an Orange county Calif., Highway department inspector who says he does not believe in flying saucers took this picture of an unidentified object with a Polaroid camera aug. 3 near Santa Ana during a period when Many ufos sightings were reported in the Western . Heflin said the object was about 30 feet in diameter and was visible for about 15 seconds. Experts have yet to come up with an explanation of the sighting. Up mayor Wailer to lend a hand in Neil York newspaper hassle new York up a mayor Robert f. Wagner planned to take part personally today in the talks aimed at resolving the eight Day newspaper strike described by his chief mediator As being Quot at a critical the announcement of Wagner s direct intervention in the strike which shut Down seven major new York dailies was made wednesday by Theodore h. Kheel the mayor s handpicked labor trouble shooter. Hopes that the talks Between the striking american newspaper Guild and the new York times would result in Quick settlement were complicated by threats of a non striking Craft Union new York mailers Union local no. 6, that its members would not go Back to their jobs without a new contract. The mailers who have worked without an agreement since March were angered at being Quot locked the mayor today planned to join Guild times negotiations and then meet separately with the mailers and the publishers association of new York City whose members shut Down their plants when Craft unions refused to Cross Guild picket lines at the times. Kheel wednesday was asked whether the mayor s intervention indicated that the talks had reached a crisis. Quot it is a matter of extreme urgency Quot he said. Quot there Are two disputes both of which Are at a critical stage. And they must be resolved in order for newspaper publication in new York to wednesday night s bargaining session ended at to . With no reports of any Progress made in the thorny problems of automation and Guild jurisdiction. The strike at the times resulted in the shutdown of six other newspapers a the daily news the Herald Tribune the journal american the world Telegram and the Sun the Long Island Star journal and the Long Island press leaving Only the afternoon new York Post publishing. The a Ost resigned from the publishers association during the 114-Day 1962-1963 citywide newspaper strike. Its press run during the current strike has nearly doubled to a capacity 750,000 copies. 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Shriver was to address the workshop participants at i . Today then hold a news conference at 2 15. Shrivers appearance was to be part of a two Day workshop originated by gov. John w. I King gov. Philip h. Hoff of Vermont and gov. John h. Reed of Maine. The workshop is designed to acquaint economic Opportunity workers and volunteers with the details of Community action programs. The governors of the three states were to attend the workshop and sen. Thomas Mcintyre d-., was to introduce Shriver. Shriver 49, has been head of the peace corps since president John f. Kennedy tapped him to organize the corps in 1961. 2 Aga i i i come in and sign up now for the drawing no Vul re Hase r i Nece scary i rapid cameras to be Given away j Riff i a pm a a a Noveck a Shultz inc. 1 a Quot a i

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