Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Aug 5 1965, Page 7

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - August 5, 1965, Bennington, Vermont Newsman named racing head Concord . Up a widely known political columnist Leon w. Anderson of the Concord Dally Monitor was appointed wednesday to the state racing commission. The executive Council immediately confirmed gov. John w. Kings nomination of the registered Republican. Anderson who lives in Che Chester replaces Kenneth w. Shaw of Newport also a Republican. The Monitor said Anderson would resign his duties As a state House political reporter for the paper and with the state news service but would continue producing his popular political column a my in another racing commission move King designated Emmett j. Kelley a Berlin As chairman and named Robert d. Poll Brick a Milford As Secretary. Phil Brick the Hillsborough county democratic chairman once was viewed As being in line for a regular appointment to the commission. King won narrow approval of his nomination of William h. Craig d Manchester to the state milk control Board. Ciali was the House minority Leader and Kings chief Liaison with the House during the 1965 session. Republican James Hayes of Concord and Austin Quinney a Exeter voted against Craig a appointment. Craig sponsored a Bill in the legislature to abolish the my let control boards Price fixing Powers and because of this Hayes said he would not have an open mind. King made a total of 15 appointments at today a Council meeting. He reappointed John o. Morton of Concord As commissioner of Public works and highways and the nomination was confirmed immediately. He also named rep. Harry v. Spanos a Newport As special Justice of the Newport District court. Earlier King had said he would not name political figures to judgeship. He named rep. Eileen g. Rossley a Portsmouth to the advisory commission on health and welfare his sixth appointment to the Board since he took office. Another appointment was of j. Willcox Brownd Dunbarton to the water resources Board. The appointment of Clyde g. Fairbanks of Boscawen to the passenger Tramway safety Board also Drew some opposition when King asked for confirmation. Councilor Hayes voted against Fairbanks As the replacement for Waldo Bigelow or. Of Warner but gave no explanation for his action. I i it Silt a still it s Lyrist Iii . Midlands Oklahoma City up a thousands of persons across the nation s midlands and and Southwest again tuesday night reported seeing mysterious flashing winking and sparking Phenomena that sped and sometimes zigzagged across the skies. The air Force contends most of the sightings were probably just stars or planets. Najeeb e. Halaby former director of the Federal aviation Agency Faa said the rash of reports May signal a new a american a reports of such objects seem to reach their Peak in August and september it May be that the Long hot summer expedites the imagination a he said in los Angeles. Most of the objects people saw were described As red or Yellowish and speeding across the sky from Southwest to Northeast at very High altitudes. It was die fourth consecutive Day of ufos sightings which have harried some police departments so much they have referred All inquiries to air Force bases. A lot of people took Issue with the air Force s claim they were stars or planets. A 23-year-old Soux City Iowa High school English teacher said he saw a flashing object and that a anyone who would say this is a Star would be out of their the teacher who would not give his name said he spotted the phenomenon when he and his wife drove out in their car to look for flying saucers. Something zipped overhead that was Bright Yellowish and zigzagged slightly. It was replaced he said with a red Light surrounded by three White lights. The red Light was the brightest he said. He said he got out of the car and turned off the ignition to try to hear an air plane engine. A there weren t any a he said. Several other persons saw the same thing he said. An air Force weather observer in Oklahoma City has repeatedly seen unusual objects in the skies and said they Are a no one of the objects a looked like it had a Flat top and Flat Bottom and it was not a True sphere a the observer said. Bennington Banner thursday August 5. 1965-7 you be just got to save a. Hutty Nee the Huv vend clout Savior is Simon fabulous savings by the fistful in every single department marvelous buys for misses and women. Look Jamaica sets 22 misses sizes 10-16 Jamaica solids checks prints and plaids look How you save on this great value pre season Purchase permanent ethylene glycol anti the very Best for men save menus so a assorted pattern s is colors sport shirts .67 men s swim suits $2.00 to so a Al req. $2.97 go Large assortment of styles a patterns Reg. 88c 2 for $1.00 Gal Long handle steel Blade a a a compare these he extra specials shovel $400 bolts washers i screws nuts i pm. 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