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Canandaigua Daily Messenger (Newspaper) - July 18, 1967, Canandaigua, New YorkR a Al t scoop tomorrow s Finger graded on today s sport Canandaigua new York tuesday july 18, 1967 40c a week Home delivered Loc a 71-boat red arms Convoy sunk Saigon Saigon government today cancelled an order to close Down a 550 million Industrial showplace near Danang after the . Marine corps gave assurances the company could be Proteno de against attacks by tie Viet Cong. The decision followed announcement of a series of american victories in the Danang area including the sinking of a 71-boat communist arms Convoy by three american rocket firing helicopters barely 20 Miles from the Industrial Complex at an Hou. Americans had criticized the government decision to close the combination steam Genera Tor electrical Plant and fertilizer Plant As handing the communists a major propaganda Victory without a fight. Marines who had lost scores of their own dead defending it were shocked. The Plant 28 Miles Southwest of Danang had been designed As a showplace of vietnamese ability to build while South vietnamese economics minister Nguyen Huu Hanh closed the prestige project because of poor Security although the marines said no new delay in sewer Plant Job Victor further delay in the Start on the renovation of the Over loaded Village sewer is anticipated because 1 three bids opened yesterday on the project each about Over the Esti riia . May or William 0 b Rien s Aid today bids will be re viewed by the consulting Engin Eer Kenneth Woodward of Ster and his recommendations will be made to Village officials next monday night. The sewer Plant which has reached capacity and is responsible for an offensive odor in the area of its location on Brace Road has been ordered improved by state authorities. Aid sought the problem of getting Federal and state approval for the Job has been before the Board since july 1 1964. Approval was Given on Plant expansion late in May. Bids on the project were As follows Christopher construction of Columbus Carl Sefronia construction co. Of Albion . Knowles co. Of Gowanda mayor o Brien said one of the reasons for the High bids according to the Village consulting continued on Page 3, col. 1 too High vietnamese workers had Ever Een killed there. The Plant is designed to take advantage of Low Grade Coal found in the area and will generate kilowatts of when finished in addition o manufacturing ammonia sulphates to enable Farmers to double their Rice production. Closing would have forced unemployment on hundreds of workers most of them refugees from the Viet Cong. Hanh after conferences with it Gen. Robert Cushman commander of the . Ill Marine amphibious Force also ordered reopening of a technical school there and rehiring of most of the work Force. The commander of the three firefly helicopters that dc7 stroked the 4q.ifoot Junks and samoans with rockets and machine gun fire was Mai. Wit. Liam Arink of Springfield my we hit them All we had and ripped i them up pretty he said. The destruction of the smug Gler Convoy on the Truong Giang River on South Vietnam s Northern coast followed the . Navy coast guard destruction Friday of a 120-ton North vietnamese arms trawler near by and coincided wit i the killing of 16 communists by marines in the same area today. Resume construction South vietnamese1 economics minister Nguyen Huu Hanh who had closed the prestige project due to poor ordered construction resumed on the Power Plant fertilizer factory and Coal. Mine Center that was designed to prove this nation could Progress despite Cpin Monist terror other action . 134 missions against North Vietnam s air machine monday spokesmen said. They returned to the Don son Oil depot 13 Miles from the major port of Haiphong and left it churning smoke up to feet. They also smashed key train Yards and the capital of Hanoi . Spokesmen said an air Force f105 thunderchief was downed and the Pilot reported missing. It was the 611th american plane lost Over the communist nation and the 13th in the past 11 Days. Giant air Force b52 strato fortresses monday smashed major communist troop positions 24 Miles Northeast of Saigon and again near Danang close to the giant Complex whose closure had been a blow to vietnamese morale. Hanh s order last week had appeared justified to some last weekend As the communists in one two three order rained hundreds of shells Down on the Marine air base bastion at Danang smashed open a govern ment prison at nearby hoi an to free inmates and tried to bring in a huge amount of supplies on the trawler. Clifton Springs proximately 400 voters from the Liffon Springs and Phelps school districts last night a roved a nine member school Hoard to operate the new Merg d District made up of the two schools. Following approval of i divid Al members of the new Board f education the Board set.8 a. Tuesday july 25, at helps Central school for the group s organizational meeting. At last night s session in the Eft. A venue school voters api. Proved a in Lead of a seven member group is was originally planned. Members terms voters also approved the Fol owing members and their Erms of office As recommend a by a nominating committee mrs. Martin Frances Van Fork of Phelps and Frederick Gifford of Clifton Springs five is. Thomas Salisbury of Phelps d mrs. Stephen Victoria Brouwer of Tufton Springs four ears. Henry of Phelps and w. Glenn Jensen of Clifton Springs three years. Robert Oaks of Phelps Charles Holland of Clifton two years. Gulvin of Seneca member at Large one Victor fire House bids above approved maximum bids opened yesterday for construction of the new Village fire House were above the approved Max cum Bond Issue mayor William o Brien said today. Faragher and Macomber the will study the bids and consider a number of alter natives of get the right bid and make recommendations to the Village officials at a meeting on july 31, the mayor said. Ten general contractors submitted bids on the proposed 000 fire House which is to be constructed on the West Side of Maple Avenue. The apparent Low bids for the building plumbing Healing and electricity were Over mayor is confident the. Mayor said i am confident we can come up with something within our Price several alternates were included in specification possibilities so the Village could use them As a measuring stick on costs o Brien pointed out. Brown Hoyt co. Of Cananda. Gua was the apparent Low bid Der on tie seven Bay holding with an offer of alter natives add the two next lowest bidders were Dejohn construction co. O Newark to and Martini inc. Of Rochester 315 to other bids there were four plumbing bids with Boone inc. Of Rochester the lowest with Spalty o Rochester was lowest for heat ing and ventilation with Cambric electric of Rochester was Low with for wiring the new fire House will re place the per enl Structure on main Street which is to be remodeler for Village o files and meeting rooms. Present architectural plans Call for fire new one Story con Crete building to have Square feet of floor space and be the proposal Structure will have a Large meeting room i the rear which May be used a local organizations and a Wel equipped radio room at the front the 13-Vaar Bond issues o was set at More tha the Sci mated Cost of t building in order to anticipate any increased costs in constr us lion but it was not enough t cover the apparent Low bids. Opens the fair miss Rita Watson 1956 Ontario county fair Queen cuts he ribbon to open the 1987 fair As Robert Pollok president of the county fair society looks on. Officials reported that they had tie largest opening Day crowd in several years yesterday. Among Fea Tures at the fair today will be the crowning of the 1967 Queen at 7 . Nine member Board approved he that the decision to name an Nistra r for the consolidated school i strict would be up to the new school Board. The merger of Clifton Springs and Phelp s school districts be ame effective july 1. With the exception of Gulvin 11, the members of the new school Board served As Board members of their former school districts. A rugs Calvd Jostle year. There was one nomination from . It was for Joseph Arver of Clifton Springs in opposition to gifford., following the Public meeting he new school Bovard held a Short session at which the Mem ers set next tuesday for its meeting. Last night s session wag con ducted by Arthur Adams of Phelps. Wilbur Herman also of Phelps served As clerk. Committee commended John Loveless us Peri n ten Dent of the Ontario Seneca Yates supervisory District which includes the new merged District attended the meeting. He the result of the meeting proved that the nominating committee did a Fine Johnson boosts tax hike again Washington up ident Johnson said today he stil that a needed tax this believes strongly increase will be year. At an Impromptu White House news conference the Chie executive said he still stands behind his recommendation of a 6 per cent income tax Surch arge. But he said this might be adj led after further study. There May be some adjust ments although i have no decided on the presiden told reporters in his office. He added that while i realized Congress has its problems he Hopes the House will Lake up a tax Bill nex month. There has been speculation that because of the rising cos of tha Vietnam War and Polhe reasons the 6 per cent Figur might be raised to As much a 10 Par cent. Peace key Washington nationwide Railroad strike ends train i awl. Resume schedules by United press International trains began rolling again today signalling the official end of a nationwide strike but four railroads still were shut Down completely. The association of. American railroads said in Washington four others still were affected by the machinists strike. These lines the car said were shut Down the Louisville and Nashville the Norfolk and Western the Seaboard coast line and the terminal Railroad of St. Louis. said the Baltimore Cisco were reported Back in honed to resident Johnson pursued the elusive formula for peace in the ail Industry today backed by a a old Law outlawing strikes rid empowering the govern ment to dictate a settlement if mediation fails. The legislation rushed pro High by a rather reluctant Congress monday authorizes he president to name a new Loard to mediate. The dispute Between six shop Craft unions ind the nation s rail carriers. If the panel is unable to get he two sides to agree within 90 lays the government can order Union members to stay on the pm until Jan. 1, 1969, under Erms Laid Down by the mediators. Previous mediation efforts have failed to resolve he dispute. Declaring that the Public Lerest must the president signed the Bill into a monday evening halting the first nationwide rail walkout in 1 years and getting vital material for the Vietnam War rolling again. The measure was rushed through Congress in one Day after being stalemated in a Enate House conference com Mittee for a month. It meant that the six striking shop Craft unions faced Justice depart ment injunctions if they did not order heir members Back to work. The president s action brought cries of outrage from Railroad Union leaders. Joseph w. Ramsey a vice president of the International association of machinists the Union that led the walkout labelled the Bill the strike breaking act of 1967." others charged that Johnson and Congress had been stampeded into discriminatory anti labor legislation by the railroads. There was no great love for the measure in Congress especially in the House All of whose members must face elections next year. But democratic and Republican leaders reminded the members that trains with munitions bound for Vietnam were Idle in freight Yards thai the nation was threatened with economic paralysis. Johnson told Congress in a letter that the strike was a National crisis a Complete breakdown of private the Senate approved the Bil 69 to 20 the House three hours later swallowed its objections and gave final Congro Tsiona approval 244 to 148. New City Bathhouse is delayed the officials had hoped to build at Ker Shaw Park this summer will not be built until sometime next year it now appears and when it does go up it May be a much More simple building than had been envisioned. The Structure was discussed at a meeting of. The Board of Public works last night when Alderman Carl Miller presented the Board with a Council request to review piss which resulted in a bid of to construct the building. The Council suggested that the Board attempt to find ways to build a Bathhouse More economically. Some estimates of the Cost of the building had been about to Board chairman Roger Avery commented i notice that com ments were made that we could Cut out things like Ceramic tile. I checked into this and i found out it would save about we would still have a building. How else should we Cut the he asked. Alderman j. Boyd Patterson suggested you have two men on the Board who Are quite competent in the building business. Perhaps they can review the ians and come up with some Frank Spina a representative of the engineering firm which designed the building commented a building can be put up or if All you want is a Concrete Block building. But we were instructed to design it to conform with the present rest room facilities at Kershaw Patterson said the Rule of thumb for a Home is a Cost of about per Square foot for Basic construction. At that rate the Bathhouse should Cost about or. So. Corrugated Metal Spina replied we can give you one for about or per Square foot in you want a corrugated Metal originally City officials had hoped to put up the Bathhouse this summer to provide facilities for the Public to change clothes when using the swimming area at Kershaw Park. At present there Are no such facilities. It was Felt that if the City is going to charge people to use the Park it should give and Ohio and the. New York Central still were without full service and the Southern Pacific was still inoperative in the los Angeles area. The Milwaukee Railroad was not operating in the state of Washington the car said. An car spokesman Sadd the St. Louis terminal Railroad still was shut Down and was keeping the Louisville and Nashville the Norfolk and Western and the Seaboard coast line from operating. Most of the picket lines began coming Down after Congress pushed anti strike legislation to president Johnson for his signature monday night. The strike began officially at ., sunday. Bill Irvin spokesman for six shop Craft unions for the Santa be Railroad in new Mexico said the Carrier had so far refused to reach agreement with the Union about employees not being discriminated against or losing their positions. He snid the Union considered this constituted a lockout by the Santa be and telegrams saying were. Sent to president Johnson arid the president of the Santa be. Milwaukee Road trains did operation and on schedule for the most part. Cross country passenger ser vice was slower in starting but Many of the Railroad reported Normal schedules and operations by mid morning. Mail deliveries bottled up by the strike were reported moving again today As Post offices eased embargoes that had been placed on everything but first class mail. Demands action the legislation passed and signed into Law monday ordered the striking Railroad workers to return to heir jobs or face Justice department injunctions. The Law., made it Clear strikers had no Legal Choice but to the most concerned Railroad users today were the commuters hundreds of thousands of whom depend on rails to get from suburban Home to work in the City. The first Railroad to announce it had received word its Iam resume to Chicago for persons without least partial service in time Fox the morning Rush. Resume full service the Rock Island Santa be Illinois Central and North Western railroads said they expected full service to resumed sometime later today the strike which Cost the railroads an estimated million dollars and the country untold millions in lost wages and losses due to delayed shipments forced action Congress which had been stalemated on the anti rail strike legislation for a the Bill provided for a residentially appointed Media ton Baird. To work with the dissidents during a 90-Day hoi strike map clout period staff ing with the Bill s signing. If at the end of the 90 reached the Board s terms would become binding on both parties until a contract Settle not get under Way in Milwaukee until after 8 When the Milwaukee Road Branch of the International association of machinists staged a Wildcat strike. The machinists headed a plea by Union chairman Frank j. Balistreri and disbanded their picket lines at about Withdraws threat Kenneth s. Jaworski general chairman of District five of the 1am, had threatened to keep ills District on strike but today backed Down from his threat and told his men to return to work. The District includes sections of Missouri Arkansas Kansas and Illinois. Jaworski claimed the return to work order was unconstitutional and said the legislation was taking our Freedom away from us that was Given years Back under the Railroad labor some spots along the sea Board coastline at Raleigh n.c., were still being picketed today. Most of the rest of the railroads appeared to be Iurii Zutia jul us return 10 work was tha Illinois Central. Is reached or Unhul Jan. 1 1969. Lottery sales Way by Mandi increase is not enough. And Ontario county schools it would appear we might going to Havo to dip into get savings if. The new York poll of licensed lottery sales lottery sales continue on in Ontario county reveal current trend the tickets less Ian Worth of tic netting less than 25 per cent have been sold since the file anticipated was initiated in june. State officials had in the words of one ticket the tickets would be sold Motel owner that s an approximate rate of tickets for every family in a massive advertising state. Using this formula by the state not one of would expect Ontario county 28 licensed area agents re them More facilities Money they will pay. For the fashion Paris Paco rabanes who created metallic dresses monday announced his latest creation is a jewelled Eye Patch for ladies inspired by israeli defense minister Gen. To she Dayan who wears a Patch to cover a missing Eye. The weather changeable sky possibly Iso lated showers at times and near seasonable temperature through tomorrow. Tho High about 80. Low tonight generally Between 55 and 60. Southerly wind 10 to 20 Mph. Resuming to Normal operations today mid Many had reported Normal schedules shortly after Dawn. Up to 95 per cent of the Industry was stilled by the strike idling at least 69 of the nation s 76 major railroads and 700.000 Railroad employees. . District court judge Frank Wilson at Chattanooga tenn., today issued a temporary injunction against the shop Craft unions ordering them Back to work on the Southern railway system. A spokesman for the Railroad said its employees began reporting of work. Nearly on schedule commuter lines in Chicago new York Philadelphia Pittsburgh Boston and san fran Lehigh employees Back on the Job Manchester Railroad employees at the Manchester classification Yard of the Lehigh Valley Railroad were scheduled to return to work at 3 . To Day. Charles Fagan train master at the Yard said this morning they Are going Back on regu bring in about in sales. However Only 7.5 per cent of this amount has been realized with this county Selling less than Worth of tickets. According to the lottery regu lations the state has Allowe for a general two per cent increase in the operating Aid formula for All upstate districts. However if the sales fall Short and they Are so does school Aid. Shortage anticipated the Canandaigua school District for instance planned for an additional in state Aid in its budget for next year. However if lottery tickets continue Selling at their present rate the District will be Short Over said Richard Ogden assistant superintendent of business affairs for the District the stale can t use the lottery As an excuse for not giving adequate support to the Public schools. The state should meet its responsibilities. Even that two per these ticket outlets Are motels restaurants and Banks. Too much work Many of the agents complained the lottery sales involved More work than they were Worth the agents who receive Fiva cents for every ticket sold also i must make sales reports and pick up and return the tickets and receipts. Because of this several outlets have slopped Sel Ling completely and Many simply do not make an Effort to push up their sales. The first few weeks the it i Tery was introduced sales eel and the lottery forecast was Bright and sunny. Ter the Novelty wore off sales came almost to a it has been predicted by Many of the ticket salesmen that after the drawing on thursday and someone actually wins the 000 prize the same pattern will repeated a big sales Boom and a severe slacking off. Nautical problem Bow at sea on putting boat ordinance in effect the Board of Public works is somewhat adrift in its attempts to carry out instructions from the common Council to find a Way to Block off some of the waterfront along Kershaw Park to protect swimmers from boat ers. The Council last month a up Ovid a new ordinance prohibiting boats from anchoring mov ing or being launched within 500 feet of Shore along the Ker Shaw Park. The problem before the Board is How to barricade the area so boats will not be Able to come into the swimming area. Also a problem is How to Mark the barricade it boats will be Able to see it Day or night. Last night Frank Mcku Lar service at 3 . The ets left about ." Piek a picket line was set up by members of the striking Craft shops yesterday following announcement of the nationwide strike. Most of the approximately 100 Railroad workers at the honoured Tho picket line. Yard hams City Street Foreman re ported he had talked with Robert Perry of the state Conser vation department in an at tempt to learn what is the pro per Way to Mark such an area. He Perry told Hie that the conservation department is concerned Only with what happens to the Bottom of the Lake things like Mcwilliams said. To referred me to the sheriff s department i called them and they said hey wanted nothing to do this situation. They said it is up o the City because they Don t Calrol the Lake within the City Board members discussed several possible ways to Mark off the area and asked Mcwilliams to find out How much some of these methods would Cost. City respond Sibicky City attorney Edward h Lomber asked for. His opinion on the City s responsibility Rig Garding markers in the Lake plied i would have to take the. Position that this is water in our territory and thus is our a possibility. But my concern is our lab lips ily. For example if a boat hits a Marker where do we stand in the event of injuries or some of the methods discussed for marking off Tho area ire eluded the use of poles either floating in and linked together or standing.-, on end with Chain or wire Rone Between floats. Them com cled to

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