The Boston Globe from Boston, Massachusetts on October 30, 1968 · 25
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TIic .'uiJjh I, Grand Jury at Lawrence Hears 9 More Testify LAWRENCE Nine more ty Grand Jury probing alle-witnesses testified Tuesday gations of an underworld before a special Essex Coun- scheme involving two North A million-dollar recreational complex for the town of ; Needham is being planned by its park and recreation commission. Comr. Warren Benson told the Needham School Committee Tuesday night he hoped the complex will become a reality within the next five years. It would include swimming pools, track facilities, a large auditorium NEEDHAM and an ice skating rink. It would be located either near the high school or the Rosemary Beach area. Benson said he thinks the town will build two or three pools within the next few yearrs, and the commission is planning improvement of Rosemary Beach, which is town owned, to tie in with construction of the. community complex. ' v im . ' f It .AT 4 2 Testimonial IWiitt Hinnorfn,r in ii Hilda Hula Hoop. One of 23 different functions tart could be toW at the same time in theSheraton-BoetoA Hotel. For Information on banquets, testimonials. dances, buainoea meetings, receptions, etc. -pt om me Banquet Dept. - 236-2000. Sheraton-Boston Hotel ,..Now youVe seen everything (g) in Prudential Center Sheraton Hotels and Motor Inni. A WorkwK)e Service of ITT Shore banks reportedly victimized of an estimated $500,000. Meeting in an isolated high security area in the basement at the Lawrence Superior Courthouse, the special investigating body was pressed into service by Atty. Gen Elliot L. Richardson and Essex County Dist. Atty. John P. S. Burke. No reason was given for additional police security around the courthouse and special police escorts given , to the witnesses Tuesday. Presenting state's evidence are Asst. Atty. Gens Donald L. Conn and George Higgins. Testifying today were:; Richard A. Donati of East Boston, John Hirchfeld of- Beverly, Francesco Lauria of Maiden, Anthony Merullo of Revere, Vincent Teresa of Reading, Peter Ambriff, of Beverly, John Gillan of Boston, Dominic Teresa of Med-ford and Thomas Cericola of Revere. Returning for a second appearance before the Grand Jury were Philip Waggen-heim of Boston and Francesco Balliro of Winthrop. The probe continues today at 10 a.m. .4 JORDAN MARSH The Cities Towns Brookline's Head Start A Dropout? O NEWTON Candidates for state and federal offices will speak at the Newton League of Women Voters' candidates' night tonight at Newton South High School. Moderator will be Prof. George Goodwin of the University of Massachusetts. Those expected to appear include Laurence , Curtis, Republican, and Chandler H. Stevens, Independent, candidates for Congress in the Third Cong. District. JORDAN MARSH l-'. .... r rt il f -k " - SI I. f " Ik. .Sk ' m : 0 : f. ' J It tv v, u. Loot: for the "Nauga" . . . 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I. . i .-' Brookline selectmen said Tuesday they are unable to advance the $3500 the town's Head Start program needs to continue until the end of the year. The program in Brookline, Newton, Waltham, Water-town and Arlington will halt Nov. 15 because there are no Federeal funds available, according to a spokesman for the Western Metropolitan Opportunities Council. Federal funds totaling $192,000 were allotted to the program for 150 youngsters and the money has run out. Brookline officials said no contingency funds are available because of the delay in setting the tax rate and send ing out tax bills. The rate is to be set today or Thursday, with bills scheduled to go out Nov. 1. The Brookline Community Action Committee (C.A.C.), which oversees the local Head Start program with the cooperation of the school department, met Monday to discuss, the problem. Rev. David Grogan, president of the committee said he and Ann Macdonald, assistant superintendent of schools and consultant to the C.A.C., sent 10 letters to well-to-do residents appealing for funds. Grogan said they had received $350 so far. Parents . and interested citizens in the other communities plan to meet to raise funds. JORDAN MARSH O MIDDLEBORO The first condiminium village to be built in Massachusetts will be under construction within a month on Rte. 28, in So. Middleboro, developers of the 1400-unit housing project announced Tuesday. The project includes 400 one-story ranch-type structures to be built on 165 acres located on both sides of the highway. The Planning Board approval is not required because no sub-division of land will be necessary under the condiminium set-up. BRAINTREE The proposed $16.6 million, four-year high school slated to be built at Sunset Lake in Braintree is expected to be a topic of heated debate at a special town meeting tonight. Residents are prepared to offer plans for a 2100-student, three-year high school, which they say would save taxpayers about $3 million. The proposed $16.6 million plant has the support of the finance committee. which ODDOsed the nlan rjre- viously when the estimated cost was $16 million. O BROOKLINE The Metropolitan District Commission has presented its final plans for the Jamai- caway improvement project to an ad hoc Brookline com mittee empowered to review the controversial roadway proposal. The estimated $5 million project has been delayed by Brookline and conservationists for over 18 months due to concern over the possible loss of green space and traffic patterns in the River dale Park and Brookline Village areas. SALEM Essex County Asst. Dis trict Atty. John J. Jennings of Salem has been named a special Asst. Atty. General to represent the state in the Supreme Court appeal case of George H. Nasser, 35, of Boston. 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