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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - May 28, 1966, Bennington, Vermont Promotions at Bijur a recently promoted As foremen of the machine shop at the by Jar lubricating corporations Bennington Plant for the night and Day shift respectively have been Robert Parker left of 115 Park St. And Charles Tidd of 93 Oakes St. Hagerman two promoted by company Thomas f. Rogers manager of the Bennington Plant of the by Lur lubricating corp., has announced the recent promotion of two of the plants Long time hourly workers to positions of supervisory responsibility. Named As foremen of the machine shop have been Charles Tidd 41, of 115 Park St. And Robert Parker 38, of 93 Oakes St., with Tidd to serve in this capacity on the Day shift and Parker on the night shift. Tidd had been an employee at the company for just Over 19 years while Parker is now in his 15th year at the local Plant. Prior to their promotions Tidd and Parker were respectively Leaden Over labor Grade 4 operations and labor Grade 3 operations. . Cities called firetrap new York up a for All of its scientific know How the United states is still a firetrap among nations of the world. And no solution is in sight. A fall around the world we re known As the country of fire a said Chicago fire commissioner Robert Quinn. A we have far More fires than any place statistics would seem to Bear him out. The National fire pro Ecton association with Headquarters in Boston says there were 2,367,325 reported fires in the . During 1964, the last year of Complete record. Of these 912,000 were in buildings. Fires accounted for 11,900 deaths that year. A United press International spot Check of several cities around the country produced Broad agreement from fire chiefs and City officials that the . Was making Little headway in reducing fire damage and deaths. No single theory was cited to explain the a a Why of it however. Quinn citing the homogeneous makeup of Chicago a population has what can be ironically called a a melting pot explanation. Many persons migrating to the ., he said come from areas a where they never had to use a Furnace or a new York Deputy fire chief James g. O Hanlan agrees in part. A every City in the United states is Way behind most major cities in other parts of the world a he said. A their Laws and enforcement methods follow an entirely different concept. And there Are other factors. For example they Haven to used Wood for years in buildings in much of Europe a he said. Of Hanlan says european fire codes put heavy responsibility for fire safety on the individual a system he favors. A in this country it has gone the other Way. Individual Freedom is the big thing. You can do almost of Hanlan says old buildings including Many in new York that were built before the civil War Are a constant problem. But Don a. Hickman assistant fire chief in Miami fla., worries about new buildings. A new office buildings without windows Are difficult to get in a according to Hickman. He said new plastics and chemicals which have become everyday items for builders and owners pose new threats to fire fighters. Ralph j. Malone fire Marshall for Hartford conn., believes the scope of fire prevention has been effective in businesses but not in the Homes. New Yorkus of Hanlan agreed referring Back to his belief that new Laws Are needed. A factory fires and company fires can be Field Down by requiring sprinkler systems and strict inspections a said of Hanlan. A Industry is doing More and More on its a but the individual Home is almost an untouched area a he said. Uti Gas Ideal for. Heating. Cooking. Hot water heating commercial bottled or bulk uti Gas Vermont Gas corp. Main St. Bennington dial 442-6318 triple a a so Blue Stamps every wednesday grand Union Empire no minimum Purchase necessary John m. Moore building contractor Arlington Vermont Hodgson pre manufactured Homes for further information brochures Etc. My Arling ton 375-2565 a Arvra Rrt to to Quot. Fireplace units. Flue. Brick i i i to i ii to ii i i i i to i i b Shaftsbury Road Cement i i i i i Morse c&6 Block inc. I i dial 442-2260 j last year fires claimed the lives of 196 persons in new York or about four deaths a week in the nations largest City. Chicago had 147, Houston 47, los Angeles 41, St. Louis 37, san Francisco 31. The older the City the higher the death rate in general according to the National fire Protection association. Be smokers Are the biggest enemy says Houston chief w. O. Hunter. A we make Laws governing fire safety standards but ifs still impossible Tokee psome person from going to sleep with a cigarette in his hand and setting his bed or chair on a a we re trying to come up with fireproof bedding and mattresses which would eliminate All these unnecessary fires a said Boston asst. Chief John e. Clougherty who noted that smokers caused 15 deaths in his City last year. Boston fire commissioner Thomas j. Griffin san Francisco investigator Robert Ger How and authorities in Las vegas Atlanta Portland ore., Oklahoma City and Minneapolis All condemned the Sloppy smoker. Cigarette pipe and Cigar smoking accounted for 159,400 fires in 1964 a 17.4 per cent of the National total according to Nipa figures. In spite of a continuing Public education program the percentage was up from 1950, when smokers accounted for Only 15.5 per cent. It has climbed nearly every year. Beal estate transfers Bennington town clerk miss Mary Hodeck reports the following real estate transfers were recorded in her office during the period May 20-May 27. May 20 a t. Garry Buckley to Sheldon l. And Louise l. Strand All of Bennington two parcels of land near silk Road in Bennington bounded in part by lands of Houle and Paulson. May 24 a the Dewey Trust estate to Marion Hardy of Shaftsbury property in Bennington Village along the West line of Frost Road bordering property of Santway As noted in the Transfer below. May 24 a the Dewey Trust estate to Robert w. And Claire s. Santway of Bennington property in Bennington Village along the West line of Frost Road referred to above As bordering property of Hardy. May 24 a Mary . Fill More to John j. And Eleta g. Schnurr All of Bennington land in Bennington Village containing the premises known As 105 fill More Street. May 24 a Janice b. Beecher of Bennington to the Bennington Church of Christ property in old Bennington bounded on the South by Elm Street on the West by Monument Avenue and on the North by lands of Ellis. May 24 a Lawrence j. Mccoy of Granville n.y., to Peter k. And Elaine Sachau of Brattleboro property along the West line of Park Street Extension in Bennington bounded on the South by lands of Deforge on the North by lands of Ayres and on the West by lands of Scott. May 26 a Harold r. Oakes to Harold j. Sweet both of Bennington property along the East line of Oakley Road in Bennington North of lands of Lanfair. May 26 a Fairdale farms inc., to Richard o. And Edna Lenehan of Bennington lots no. 42, 43 and 44 of Home Sltes at Fairdale farms in Bennington. May 27 a Breard h. Hawks to George w. Kerbs of Bennington property along the West line of Pine Circle East in Bennington Village consisting of lot no. 21 of a development plan. New Type fluorescent lamps made Dresher a. Up a fluorescent lamps that last longer and give better Light owe their improved performance in Large part to a space age version of grandmas Gas broiler. Recently adopted by the electric lamp manufacturing Industry is a High Speed automated a a Lehr that heat processes fluorescent tubing in two to eight foot lengths at speeds of More than 4,000 tubes an hour. Scientifically controlled Radi ant cup burners in the roof of the Lehr a a Broil the slim tubes evenly As the Long Glass cylinders Are conveyed through the curing zone on rollers. The Radiant warmth treatment does three jobs at once engineers of the Selas corporation of America explain. It dries and cures the fluorescent coating inside the Glass tubes it annals the Glass to make it Tough and it Straightens any tubes that need it. Air is forced through the tubes As they Roll through the this speeds the burning and removal of fumes Given off by the still wet fluorescent lining. Normally each tube would tend to Cool at the end where the air comes in and overheat along the rest of its length As the fumes inside catch fire. In the Selas process heat from the Radiant burners overhead is precisely patterned in such a Way that it automatically compensates for these hot and cold spots and each tube is heated uniformly. Second project a digging machine operator Fred Wilkinson gets things started for the Village Highway department along Silver Street. The second of five Highway projects for the summer is now Well under Way. Hamilton Progress made on Road projects Surut joins Agwa corp. Gordon Sweet of North Bennington has joined the away Petroleum corp. In Bennington in the service department it has been announced by Virginio per Rotta manager. He was previously employed at Ben Mont for 14 years having served As Foreman for the last three years. A graduate of North Bennington High school he is second assistant fire chief in North Bennington and also the North Village s civil defense police chief. Or. And mrs. Sweet have six children. Driveway stains w new York up a fresh Oil and grease stains on Blacktop driveways can be removed through absorption by covering the area with a layer of Talcum powder building specialists advise. The Best Protection for driveways is a coating of Blacktop sealer which prevents damage by Petroleum products. By Oiin la who i on the Village Highway department is Well advanced on its most ambitious project for the summer season. Highway superintendent Michael Hogan says work now underway on Silver Street will see the construction of curbs and gutters on both sides of the Street for a distance of 450 feet. A sidewalk will be constructed on one Side of the Road and a new sub base and Road surface will be Laid out Down the Hill to Imperial Avenue. The Silver Street project is the departments second the first having been accomplished along cemetery curve on South Street which was widened recently to eliminate a traffic Hazard. According to Hogan three other projects will await the department after the Silver Street project is finished in addition to regular maintenance chores. A West main Street will be widened curbed and uttered on one Side Between Mccall Street and Convent Avenue. Hogan says this project will continue work done on West main Street two years ago. A county Street will receive a new sub base and surface As Well As curbs and gutters on one Side from school to Park streets. A Park Street will be widened Gravelled and oiled for a 2,500-foot distance in the Vicinity of county Street and the Lii thurs licensed the following area persons passed examinations held recently by the Vermont plumbers examining Board in Rutland. Master plumbers Thomas j. Maroni of Readsboro. Journeyman plumbers John w. Hamilton Twitchell Hill Shaftsbury and George r. Wheeler of Pittsfield mass. Bennington manner saturday May 28, 1966-9 furniture lifespan is not obvious Chicago up a you May be Able to take your furniture but can it take you there Are certain visible and invisible Quality features to be found in upholstered furniture about which the average buyer May know nothing. Howard Niederman designer and executive vice president of the Howard parlor furniture co. Of Chicago says these features a can make the difference Between a Good furniture investment and a poor Niederman offers the following suggestions for making sure the furniture you sit on is worthy of you a see what a under the seat cushions. If the material pm the deck or platform is the same and you can afford higher prices go on to the next step. A ask whether Arm Caps come with the chair or sofa. They should be of Matching fabric the right size and free. A Check Cushion Quality. Niederman says Latex foam rubber with an additional layer of Fluffy polyester fiber keeps its shape and Bounce the Best and will look and feel like Down. A make sure the fabric has been treated with scotch Gard or Zepel to retain its freshness. New Union school. The gravel and Oil surface Hogan says will be a temporary a pending study of Union school needs. Re roof to mar Ken roofing of All types easy terms 115 us att St. Phone 112-2317 Monument roofing amp Sii act Metal co. Bennington come see our Larve selection of sold a site All style s Mari amp sons North Bennington Road Tel. 2-6009 re submersible pumps Premium Power outstanding performance figures invite comparison. Depths to 500 feet at 40 pounds pressure. Install it. Forget it no priming problems Low maintenance costs. Clean. Safe provides safest water Supply possible. Meets local sanitary codes. Friction Oss t total discharge head to Al of and pumping level Yoi w l is i la. The entire unit is deep in the Wel Safe from Frost and other surface hazards for greater efficiency pushes water to the surface through a single discharge pipe Iii in it. Because it is far below the surface it delivers water quietly. No pit or House is required no oiling or priming fits Wells As Small As four inches in diameter. Or Iii i. Ii. Perfectly balanced precision machined and moulded parts for smooth efficient vibration free operation for the life of the pump Choice of two or three wire motors setting draw Down submergence a impeller and diffuser assemblies Are made of an entirely new non absorbent compound called Delrin the toughest corrosion resistant material of its kind known to science today. This Miracle material and the delicate electrical and Hydraulic balance of the pump and motor give you a trouble free efficient Long lasting installation. Priced with the lowest yet delivers More Gallons per Dollar. >01 Thern Vermont s largest in min Dis i r1151 Tor a Delrin Power zone impellers and diffusers Are made of Delrin precision moulded to hold exacting tolerances give top performance from the moment they go into the we 11. They withstand abrasion with minimum Wear Are unaffected by temperature extremes and Are so Light motor functions at top eff in ency. Inflow Lombino a Hea to no Supply co. 303 depot St. Bennington it. Dial 2-6308

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