Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Aug 25 1965, Page 19

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - August 25, 1965, Bennington, Vermont I Bennington Banner wednesday August 25. 1965 a i it i coordinator s. Beef Bonanza supt v duper \ markets depot Street Bennington steaks roasts Chuck Roastv--58 by less shoulder roasts sirloin roast 2 ribs la. 98 Zube Steak a 98�?~ shoulder Steak. Ji0 Huck Steak 68 a to sirloin a Stew beef b. Sol 78 Len Chuck a a Mund Steak Mound round a fresh brisket 98�?T face Rump roasts top sirloin a 1�?� Shin Bone rib roast Short ribs Center Cut 4th thru 7th rib 48�?T 78 . Choice a heavy steer beef . Sirloin it Bone club Steak 98 Chuck roast 48 Vej while i la. Pkg. Red Foj the i la pkg. Franks Ltd 59 Bacon a a. 79 Hilltop a delicious Alberta red a White shortening a m hygrade peaches 3-69 smoked shoulders Large $0100 28 of. Can for fireside saltines i la. Pkg. La. Red a White pineapple juice la. 46 of. Cans for too it 16 of. Bottle fireside Fig bars 0 l9 3 h la pkg. Formans relish All popular flavors 12 22 of bottle Arn reappoint Montpelier a commissioner of Public safety Ernest a. Alexander in his position its director of civil defense has recommended for reappointment three District coordinators and for appointment one new coo4 dilator. Succeeding themselves were District i coordinator col. George c. Crooks of South Burlington District 3 coordinator mrs. Amie Taylor of Rutland and District 5 coordinator mrs. Marian langdell of Morrisville. The new appointee Charles Hagenow of Springfield will be serving in District 4. He coma to civil defense with a Long re6 Ord of 24 years work for the Public Utility communication co. Alexander said. He worked in Panama and Trinidad installs Long communications or Lendi lease bases. He served with the . Navy As communications electrician lineman on overseas duty. Hagenow has to it Een Active la local Public affairs and is currently Deputy civil defense chairman for the town of Spring Field. He has attended numerous civil defense schools held i the Region. He is married and has one daughter. These four vermonters received the appointment of gov.1 Philip h. Hoff and will continue to organize and plan the civil defense program in their respective districts. At present the position of coordinator Fob District 2 is vacant Alexander added. National guard the 86th Engineer co. Drilled tuesday night and the annual command inspection was Conn ducted by it. Col. Wing. Follow ing the inspection it. Perkins presented an orientation of the Mission of an Engineer company. It. Galvin assisted. It. George Dickie became unit executive officer effective july 28. The next Drill will be conducted sept. 13. On hand Are a few silent but lers mexican pottery a colourful India Rug Linen lunch cloth a Humidifier and Vaporizer jewel try Box with Mirror one pair of menus oxblood shoes with shoe Trees a swing seat with chains cowgirl two piece dress in slug 4 training chair sewing machine records table Silver Davenport Slipcover and Cushion covers White fringed let Bedspread Short White leather jacket. There have been Many requests for Canning jars also for size 34 red pants for girls station attendant paperbacks jewelry lamps cookie jars and canisters Raccoon coat. Workers recently have been Amy Howard Caroline Darlington Juna Fuller Maud Edson Violet Cross Sally Adams Genevieve Phillips Dorothy Crane and Esther Burt. Teachers support professional rights Johnson up a ver Mont teachers have voted overwhelmingly to try to raise $3,- 650, the states share of a $1 million drive to Aid teachers rights. Teachers attending a National. Education association Vermont education association meeting at Johnson state College have Given compleat. Approval to the. Fund raising drive. Each teacher in the state will be asked to contribute at least $1. The Money will be used to Quot protect and promote the Huv Man civil and professional rights of educators across the a aviation seminar sri at Nashua. Vii. Nashua . A a general aviation seminar will be held at bore Field Nashua ., on aug. 27 and 28, sponsored joint it. By by the . Aeronautics commission the . State department of education Nathaniel Hawthorne College and the newly established new England aeronautical Institute. The Federal aviation Agency i and . Weather Bureau will provide technical experts to present aviation subjects. It is anticipated that pilots and educators will attend from Maine Massachusetts Vermont Rhode Island Connecticut new York and new Jersey. Oil it Rover Houston up a one third of . Oil production comes from secondary recovery projects that go Back into a Well to squeeze More Oil out of it Humble Oil and refining co. Says. Humble said Early oi1 drilling brought Only about one fourth of the available Oil in a Given Reservoir. When drillers inject Gas water heat or chemicals into a Reservoir to stimulate it to a second production some reservoirs can be forced to yield up to one half their Supply

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