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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - June 10, 1966, Bennington, Vermont 2-Benn in ton manner Friday june to 1966 air Force investigators hear tapes around Vermont strike talks stalled Rutland up a negotiations Between the United Stone and Allied products workers Union and the Vermont Marble co., aimed at ending a 38-Day strike remained stalled today on the key question of a Union shop. Federal mediator John j. O Reilly of Concord n.h., met with representatives of both parties for two hours and 20 minutes thursday but no settlement was reached. Union spokesman Ralph e. Williams said he had submitted several alternate Union shop proposals but the company had rejected All of them. Company officials wednesday obtained a court injunction against the Union to ban pickets from interfering with Del Ware amp Hudson Railroad trains entering the Plant Yards. Kallio newsmen consider club Burlington up a the Vermont association of broadcasters Van has unanimously endorsed a Resolution calling for the creation of a special radio newsmen s club. The Resolution introduced before the Van convention by Richard Gallagher news director of Wax to Here said the club would encourage greater professionalism provide machinery for prevention of abuses in handling news and protects of the Public s gov. Philip h. Hoff in an address to the group urged a concerted Effort to provide More in depth reporting of local As Well As National and International news. Acc commissioner Robert e. Lee addressed the convention thursday night. Of research bomber s collision Jet a a it March resumed a or. Martin Luther King second from left in front Row and other Quot Freedom marchers at Coldwater River Bridge resume the March through Mississippi started by James Meredith and temporarily halted when he was felled by a snipers Bullet. Up Edwards fab Calif. Up a an air Force investigation Board heard dramatic radio tapes thursday of the fatal collision of the triple sonic xb70 research bomber and an f104 Star fighter Chase plane flown by Veteran test Pilot Joe Walker. Walker and air Force maj. Carl Cross Copilot of the $500 million xb70, were killed wednesday when the two planes plunged into the Mojave desert North of Barstow. The tapes contained a description of the collision by air Force col. Joe Cotton who was Riding in a t38 Chase plane when the Impact occurred. Mid air. Mid air. Midair a Cotton could be heard saying. Seconds later he calmly began to give instructions to the xb70 Pilot Al White with whom he had flown on most of the huge planets Mission. Cotton said. Quot you re straight and level a Good then Quot Okay it looks like your Tail is gone. You la probably spin. Quot now you re beginning to spin a bail out a As the six Jet bomber spun toward Earth Cotton reported Quot one capsule has ejected. I done to know which seconds later he said. Quot ifs the left capsule. Al is out Quot for reasons unknown neither Cross nor Walker ejected however and their bodies were found in the wreckage near the u. S. Army set. Irwin about 45 Miles East of Edwards. The air Force acknowledged thursday that the collision occurred during a tight formation flight to allow pictures to be taken by a general electric photographer flying in a civilian Jet. Mute 6-year-Oid found Safe Freedom marchers try to arouse Shrewsbury up a a 6-year-old Boston boy who is unable to speak was found alive and unharmed in an abandoned barn thursday night several hours after he wandered away from a Forest campsite. Authorities said two Rutland men found Thomas Skiffington after a widespread search in which state police bloodhounds led rescuers to the area where the youngster was spotted. The boy had been camping with a group party in the Clement Lodge area along the Long Trail near this Central Vermont Village. Police said the boy was found some distance from the campsite. Slate Hoard approves schools new Haven up a the Vermont education Board has approved a proposal for three separate High schools for Addison county instead of a single Union High school. Approval Carne thursday on one condition when the Board agreed that no state school construction Aid would be granted until Starksboro becomes a member of the Union. The Board also rejected education commissioner or. Richard Gibboney a recommendation that new Haven be allowed to join the Middlebury Union High school. Ludlow receives Federal do an Ludlow a sen. George d. Aiken announced wednesday in Washington that the Farmers Home administration has Given final approval to a $150,000 loan to help finance the town s share of the Aiken Hope Small watershed project already approved and under Way. Iritis Mountain to graduate 259 Poultney a or. William Pearson Tolley president and Chancellor of Syracuse University since 1942, will be the speaker at the 129th commencement exercises of Green Mountain College saturday. Associate in arts degrees will be awarded to 259 seniors at the ceremonies. Of or in sew York Albany Wal i plans March Albany Quot a the Albany chapter of the a act has planned a March sunday afternoon to protest the shooting monday of James ii. Meredith during his March along a Mississippi Highway. The marchers will gather at 2 . At Clinton Avenue and ten Broeck Street and March to the Capitol Steps for a Public demonstration according to Joseph l. Cohen president of the Albany Branch. Cohen said he received a Telegram thursday from Roy Wilkins National executive director of the a act suggesting the March. The March will coincide with similar demonstrations elsewhere across the nation Cohen said. Wilkins urged that the marchers Quot protest the failure of the state and Federal governments to protect civil rights workers Quot and the need for passage of the civil rights Bill pending before Congress. Mother for school prayers Selkirk a a Selkirk Mother of three children announced thursday she and three friends in this Community South of Albany would solicit Quot thousands of letters Quot in support of an amendment to allow prayer in the schools. Soon Quot patriotic songs Quot May be banned from Public schools mrs. Donald Hotaling was reported to have said. Quot it s Hogwash to me that a god should be taken out of such songs As a god bless America and that is what the supreme court decision of 1963 is leading to Quot she added. Mrs. Hotaling plans to deliver the letters to sen. Everett Dirksen r-ill., sponsor of a constitutional amendment that would allow local school boards to permit prayer on a voluntary basis. Down in Berkshire 900 to 15 h stable walkout at be Pittsfield a Between 900 and 1500 workers staged a walkout thursday at the general electric co. Plant Here to protest a new piece rate incentive system for some 20 women workers. According to the Union the new pay system would Cost the women a "12 to 20 per cent pay loss the walkout was the seventh at the Plant since the first of the year. Anti i overt program gels funds j a North Adams a a Long postponed anti poverty program Here got a boost thursday with the announcement of a Federal Grant of $18,921 to help develop the program. According to . Rep Silvio o. Conte of Pittsfield who made the announcement the Money will be used to find out the areas needs and develop a workable program. Art supervisor raps contests Pittsfield a a supervisor of Art in the Public elementary schools has requested the school department to set a policy prohibiting Public school classes from participating in Art and poster contests. In a letter to her teachers mrs. Winifred b. Bell wrote Quot there was an absolute deluge of Art and poster contest requests this Spring. We indulged in several of them merely to avoid being branded a uncooperative by Community agencies. However i feel very strongly there is no place for Competition in child n s interest in voter registration Sardis miss. Up a the Meredith Quot Freedom marchers Quot venturing deep into Kun flux klan territory plan to spend their evenings roaming the Mississippi Countryside in Hopes of arousing greater interest in voter registration among the Rural negroes. The missions scheduled to begin late today will continue until the marchers reach their states to increase of a on cigarette smuggling Harwich port mass. Up a tax agents from t h e Northeast soon will be prowling Quot tobacco road�?��?. Route 301 a in North Carolina. This was one of the Steps outlined thursday in the stepped up War against the cigarette smuggling Racket which is costing the states As much As $100 million a year in lost tax Revenue. Besides the increased undercover work and enforcement officials said they also would try to make it a Federal crime to smuggle cigarettes. This would put the Federal Bureau Fri on the Trail of smugglers. Albert Baytel of the new Jersey tax department said agents from at least eight of the northeastern states will be assigned to North Carolinas Quot tobacco that a where the bootleggers Load up with cigarettes at Roadside warehouses. There a no state tax on cigarettes in North Carolina thus bootleggers can make a Good profit by buying there and Selling in states with High taxes. Details of the stepped up War on smuggling were drawn up during a meeting of the National tobacco tax association Here. Charles Conlon executive Secretary of the group said t h e major advantage of making cigarette smuggling a Federal crime Quot is that it would scare off would be smugglers who fear the Fri but Are pretty sure they can evade state Law enforcement Susan Throckmorton serves with peace corps in India Washington . A miss Susan Lee Throckmorton daughter of or. And mrs. John s. Throckmorton of . No. I Wal-1 porn Sac Road Bennington has been named a peace corps Volf Untener having completed 12 weeks of training at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. The new volunteers left for India june i to serve in health and nutrition projects in the state of Madras. They will instruct teachers at the Basic training colleges in health and nutrition administer the care mid Day meal program in Village primary and secondary schools and Start school vegetable gardens and poultry raising projects. With their arrival some 700 peace corps volunteers will be at work in India in programs of poultry production agricultural Extension English math and science teaching vehicle maintenance Small industries development nutrition Rural Public works nursing and Urban Community development. During their training in Pennsylvania the volunteers studied the tamil language Indian history and culture United states history and world affairs. They also received special instruction in gardening Community development and teaching techniques. The volunteers join the nearly 12,000 peace corps volunteers Susan Throckmorton now working in 46 nations of Asia Africa and latin America. Despite these numbers Many More volunteers Are needed. Persons interested in a two year peace corps assignment should Complete and submit an application and take the non competitive peace corps placement test which is Given throughout the country the second saturday of each month. Applications and additional information can be obtained at Post offices or by writing the peace corps Washington ., 20525. Legato a rare Opportunity to own the Towle Sterling service you have always wanted. Savings up to $17.00 on 4 4-pc. Place settings $46.00 on 8 6-pc. Place settings $69.00 on 12 6-pc. Place settings Ark his and Gould jews s main St. Bennington Jackson miss., destination. The marchers now 300 Strong will pitch tents in Fields along the Highway then Branch out to neighbouring hamlets and Quot talk a Quot voter registration. Up to now the marchers have been driving Back to Memphis tenn., or to nearby Mississippi towns for the night. The new plan was announced by or. Martin Luther King who has led the March since James Meredith was dropped in his tracks by a sniper on monday. Quot each afternoon when the March ends the leaders will go into the surrounding area and talk up voter registration and possibly Lead fringe marches on courthouses Quot King said. King left the group thursday night to Fly to Chicago on a civil rights Mission. In his absence the March will be led by one of his top aides the Rev. Ralph Abernathy. Russia seeks English ruses London up a the top Salesman of Britain s Leyland motors was Moscow bound today on a business trip to sell the russians buses and possibly a bus factory. Leyland s Export sales manager Louis Portman was going to the soviet capital in response to a request wednesday by Premier Alexei Kosygin for designs and bids from a British firm for Selling buses to Russia. The British company which won publicity when it sold buses to communist Cuba also planned to follow up Portmann strip by sending a Complete bus to Moscow. Limited time Only i save up to $69.00 on Basic sets of Towle Sterling time to change shop Oneida Dianne d. Hurley graduates in Rhode Island Portsmouth . A miss Dianne Dolores Hurley daughter of or. And mrs. William a. 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