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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - June 29, 1965, Bennington, Vermont 2�?Bennington Banner tuesday june 29, Lotfin around Vermont Boff names two to state boards Montpelier up a gov. Philip h. Hoff monday named James j. Mcnamara to fill an unexpired term As chairman of the Board of personnel appeals. The Burlington Man was nominated after the resignation of mrs. Mary Field of Charlotte from the chairmanship. She will remain a member. Hoff also named Republican rep. Edward Contin of Windsor to a six year term on the Board of historic Sites. Hoff named Conlen with the usual proviso to state lawmakers if the Board member runs again for the legislature and wins he Trust either resign his Post on the Board or his seat in the legislature. Hoff earlier this session failed in an Effort to prohibit members of state boards to serve in the legislature and vice versa. He said this could Lead to conflict of interest. Work to begin on water Plant Essex Junction up a construction will begin Here shortly on a $150,000 water filtration Plant. Village officials said contracts for construction of the project have been signed with Layne new England co. Of Arlington mass. The Plant which will be constructed at the Indian River Reservoir in the Community was approved at a 1963 Bond Issue vote. Mrs. Kennedy thanks Winooski Winooski up a mrs. John f. Kennedy has officially thanked the City of Winooski for naming its new intermediate school after her husband the late president. The note of gratitude was received monday by school supt. Lafayette Saucier and was signed by mrs. Kennedy s personal Secretary Pamela tenure. The $254,000 school for grades 6 to 8 opened last january and was dedicated earlier this month. A mrs. Kennedy has asked me to convey her appreciation for this tribute to the late president. The knowledge that he continues to be remembered by so Many people in All parts of the world has meant so much to her. And she is touched that you have chosen to Honor him in this the note said. 3-county food stamp plan okayed Montpelier up a the food stamp plan for Franklin grand Isle and Lamoine counties has been Given the Green Light by the . Agriculture department. Social welfare commissioner John Wackerman said monday the Vermont plan would be kicked off oct. I for the three economically depressed counties. The legislature approved the plan which Wackerman Hopes will be the first step in a state wide food stamp program a earlier this session. A major hurdle was cleared when the agriculture department decided to approve the plan for Lamoine county despite assurances from officials in Hyde Park and Johnson they Don t want the program. Wackerman said the fact that the great majority of the residents of the three counties want the program helped Clear the Way for final approval. The food stamp plan has Long been a pet project of sen. George d. Aiken. Grand Isle Escapee sentenced North hero up a a 19-year-old Milton resident for whom state police searched for one week has been Given a one to two year term in the House of correction. Robert Jones who gave himself up sunday after being missing one week following his escape from the grand Isle county jail was sentenced monday in grand Isle municipal court by judge Carl Gregg. He was Given the sentence for escaping from the jail forgery and operating a car without the owners consent. He pleaded guilty to All three charges. Over in new York guns stolen from policeman Mechanicville a two guns valued at $511 have been stolen from the Home of a Mechanicville policeman now on leave of absence. The weapons reportedly were taken sometime Between 3 30 and 7 30 . Last thursday from the Home of patrolman Edmund Urbaetis at 413 South St. Patrolman Urbaetis said that the guns had been locked in a gun Cabinet in the front room of his Home. One of the Cabinet doors had been pried open with a screwdriver found in the House according to police who also noted that one of the front windows of the House had been pried open. Man drowns in elevator Shaft Hudson a a 58-year-old Hudson Man Harold Shea was found at the Bottom of an elevator Shaft in the k and b products corp. Building Early monday morning. Shea a night watchman was found with the right Side of his face in about 18 inches of water. Police said the Man probably fell about 15 feet from a position 18 inches above the first floor where the elevator was located. His death however has been attributed to drowning by the county Coroner. Police said there was no evidence of any foul play but said the possibility is not being ruled out. Down in Berkshire strikers reject company offer Dalton a strikers at the e. D. Jones Plant Here rejected 194 to 27 monday a new offer by the company. The strike is now in its eighth week Over an incentive payment plan. The company a offer would have extended the present contract Between a non incentive group of employees and included the incentive plan All in one contract to expire in 1968. About one third of the workers Are covered by the incentive plan. The employees object to a differential in the pay Scales for the different classes of workers but they have agreed to explore a contract Extension Ai the request of Federal and state mediators provided the incentive dispute is settled satisfactorily. Lanesboro ites veto kindergarten Lanesboro a by a comfortable margin of 146-47, voters turned Down monday a proposal that would have provided for a Public kindergarten. The kindergarten would have been conducted As part of the Public school program at the expense of taxpayers. A private kindergarten in Lanesboro will a continued. Two face Garden Hose charges Pittsfield a Pittsfield residents have discovered that restrictions on the use of water due to the drought Are not to be violated. Two residents appeared in District court monday As the first persons to be charged with violating the restrictions. The two mrs. Jean Aulisio and Eugene Martelle pleaded no contest to charges of watering their gardens with a Hose outside of specified hours for such activities. Their cases Are to be continued today. The maximum Fine for the offence is $20. Dant distillery co., Louisville Kentucky the Stock Market list and comment judge continues rioters trials new York up a Stock prices opened firm in moderately Active trading today. Steels were firm chemicals generally steady. Aircraft posted fractional gains. Airlines recovered some of monday s heavy losses. Motors were mixed. Oils too were mixed but showed an easier undertone. Electronics improved slightly. . Steel added % to 463/g and Lukens Rose % to 66%. General motors Rose 3/g to 92%. Ford slipped 1/2 to 50v2. Texas instruments advanced i is to 101v4, ism 21/2 to 445, Motorola % to 82, Zenith i to 70 and Fairchild camera i to 373/4. Northwest airlines Rose 1% to 75, Eastern % to 49, Western % to 29% Kim % to 34, Delta i to 76%. Boeing advanced 1% to 65%. Mcdonnell added % to 34% and Douglas added % to 34% on 2,200 shares. Socony Mobil Rose i to 83%, Standard Oil of California % to 66%, american broadcasting % to 49% and Chrysler l3/4 at 433/4. Air products 523/4 % air reduction 55% % Allegheny Power 263/4 Allis Chalmers 183/4 % Alcoa 71 american airline 47% american can 43% % american cya Amide 693/4 % american elec american Opl Cal american Tat american tobacco Anaconda Armour Bald l he Bendix Bethlehem steel Bobble bras cd Boeing a Canadian Pacific celanese Chesapeake is Ohio coca cola Colgate Collins r Colof in Columbia Gas come Edison con Edison cons Nat g cons Coal Coppe Weld steel Crucible Douglas a Dow chemical Dupont Eastern air l Eastman Kodak Firestone cd Ford motor general dynamics general electric general foods general motors % % % % % % % % % 41%�? 41%�? 66% 34% 58%�? 36% 16%�? 47%�? 34%�? 23% 66 2% 541/2 75 66 74 a 45%�? 22% 14%�? 291/2�? 51%�? 43% 71% 46% 31%�? of _ 34% 70 2291/2 ii/2 49 % 77% % 431/2 50%-36 1 92% 1% 78 92% i % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % is Goodyear tire is rub 47%�? Grace w r 47%�? great Aap 37% Here powder 39% Hoffman electric 6%�? ing Rand 43%�? ism 446 3% Jet lands safely after engine blast san Francisco up a pan american Jet flight 843 roared Down the runway at san Francisco International Airport shortly after 2 . Monday carrying 143 Hawaii bound passengers and a Crew of to. During the next 19 minutes those 153 persons were the main characters in a fiery drama followed by thousands of Bay area residents to a Happy ending 45 Miles away where the damaged plane landed safely literally a on a Wing and a the giant Boeing 707 was rocked when a fire apparently ignited a fuel tank in the starboard Wing. In the frightening minutes that followed the plane scattered burning debris including one engine and one third of the Wing across the heavily populated san Francisco Peninsula developed Landing gear trouble and landed safely at Travis air Force base. There were no injuries either among the persons aboard the plane or on the ground and All but nine of the passengers continued their flight on a second substitute Jet about six hours later despite the additional unnerving experience of watching the nose wheel of the first substitute plane collapse on Landing. The drama began just seconds after the Pilot capt. . Kimes of Danville calif., lifted the giant Airliner from the runway. Witnesses described the action from that Point. Up correspondent James o. Clifford said he heard an explosion Over his Home in South san Francisco on the Jet path of nearly constant flights from bustling san Francisco International. Quot it sounded like a plane lost an engine it was a big Boom like a sonic Boom a Clifford t said. Quot it sure scared me. I thought Here it Mike Mcgrath and two fellow workers were repairing a Generator at the Calwell construction company in san Bruno. They saw the blazing engine tear Loose and fall toward them from nearly directly overhead. A we watched the engine but i did no to know which Way to go a Mcgrath said. A when i saw where it was going to hit i ran As fast As i the burning engine plunged through a three foot thick roof beam and bounced through a cinder Block Wall scattering flaming debris. In South san Francisco a 12-loot Section of the Wing fell next to a House in which a family was watching television. Another six foot chunk crashed in holy Cross cemetery. An unidentified witness on Mission Street in Daly City said that after the burning debris ripped Loose from the Wing the fire went out and Kimes banked the crippled plane to the left out Over the Pacific and away from the populated residential districts of Daly City and san Francisco. Kimes said the fire broke out when the plane was about 500 to 600 feet above the runway and then a it he managed to nurse the staggering Jet up to 1,400 feet. A i could have gone higher a he said a but the integrity of Wing was in the Pilot turned South toward the Airport and the san Francisco fire department was ordered to dispatch units to the scene. However when Kimes reported that he had the Jet under control he was advised to take it in to Travis air Force base 45 Miles to the Northeast. No ret urn bottles cause Road hazards Bostons the widespread use of no Deposit no return bottles is creating a a dangerous obstacle course on Many highways a the automobile Legal association Ala warned today. Philip c. Wallwork Ala safety director pointed to a Rise in the number of Flat tires reported by travellers and said that Many were caused by broken Glass. A the highways Are becoming littered with broken Glass particularly in gutters where a number of bottles Are thrown apparently because there is no Cash value in them a Wallwork said. The Ala spokesman urged Highway officials to intensify cleanup and anti litter efforts and urged motorists to use litter bags in their cars when travelling. A also a he suggested a a return to the Days of Deposit bottles might help. Not Many people like to throw Money Hoff delays showdown on Road bonding Montpelier up a democratic gov. Philip h. Hoff has decided to put off until the re apportioned session next Winter a showdown on Highway project bonding. Hoff wants $16.2 million in Road building Over the biennium and he wants to finance every last Penny by bonding. The House refused to go along with this. The lower chamber authorized the full $16.2 million in Road projects but stipulated $3 million must be paid for in Cash with the rest bonded. Hoff contemplated a fight in the Senate to return the program to a bonded basis but has decided to wait until the special session next january which will look mainly at the state s Highway projects and costs. Hoff s decision not to press the bonding Means that the $3 million Likely will be raised by a Penny per gallon increase from 6.5 to 7.5 cents a gallon in the state s gasoline tax. Position available inside Salesman for hardware and building materials Good starting salary with benefits Opportunity for advancement apply in person h. 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Up a the first defendant in the second Day of trial of the accused participants in the weirs Beach riots two weekends ago was granted a delay in his Case today. Lawrence Galvin 25, of Albany . Requested a delay of a week to to Days to give his attorney a Chance to prepare his Case. The second defendant this morning was Stanley Stierle 21, of Caldwell no. Stierle was represented by attorney Thomas Cheny of Laconia. Also scheduled for court appearance today were Robert Northrop 19, of Stratford Conn. Frederick Parkins 20, of Shelton Conn., and John p. Young 27, of North Reading mass. Galvin appeared in court without an attorney today. He said that Laconia and Concord attorneys had been unable to take his Case. An Albany . Attorney will present Galvin s argument Galvin said. He did not disclose the name of the Albany lawyer. The court rescheduled the Case and Galvin was ordered held in $500 bail county attorney Richard Brouillard requested that the complaint against Galvin be changed to alter the time and place of arrest and the name of the arresting officer. Apparently several errors had been made in the original complaint. Two Massachusetts youths Nolan added Hollywood up a Lloyd Nolan has been added to the cast of a never too later at Warners to play the major in the comedy which stars Paul Ford. The Bennington Banner telephones business. .442-6300 newsroom. 442-2800 advertising. .442-2684 the Bennington Banner is published Day except sunday and Legal holidays at 425 main 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 we As All up news dispatches. Home delivery by Carrier and motor delivery 10c per Day subscription rates by mall for 50-Mue 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. Were sentenced monday to one year at hard labor by District court judge Bernard i. Snier son. The youths Samuel Sandow ski 18, and Paul Murphy 18, both of Wakefield appealed. County attorney Richard Brouillard had recommended a $500 Fine in each Case. The two defendants were among 33 persons arrested june 19 during a riot at weirs Beach a resort town on the Shore of Lake Winni Nesaukee. The Melee involved some 2,000 persons most of whom were in the area to watch or take part in motorcycle races at Loudon. Sandowski acted As his own attorney and Cross examined prosecution witnesses. Judge Snierson asked Edward f. Sandowski the youth s father Why his son had not secured a Law year. The father replied a we did no to think it was that Laconia police la Eugene Blake told the court he helped Lead a special riot squad which cleared the streets during the Riol Blake said Murphy and Sandowski were found near two cars parked at the top of a series of parking lots. They were ordered to leave the area but refused he said. Patrolmen Leon Flanders who arrested Murphy said that when he told Murphy he was under arrest the youth shouted a come and get me a and jumped onto a trailer. He was subdued and handcuffed Flanders said. Sandowski a part time landscape worker testified in his own defense. He said he left the Boardwalk when the riot broke out and went to his car in the parking lot and went to sleep. He said he was surprised when police armed with shotguns began Clearing the parking log. The court said it hoped to dispose of at least two cases a Day until All the riot trials were completed. 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