Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Feb 15 1966, Page 35

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - February 15, 1966, Bennington, Vermont When in Williamstown mass. The Village Beautiful come see us come either As a Motel guest or just to see our gift shop. Both Are among the finest in the berkshires. Only 15 minutes from brodiemf., Jiminy Peak and Petersburg pass ski areas. We Are open All year and every Day until 10 00 7 Smit a 4 Berkshire Hills Motel has Gitt shop on route 7 at the Junction of route 2 two Miles South of the Village Williamstown. Mass. Tel. 458-3980 make your ski c Hoiet Complete with a custom Kitchen from Morse amp Butler inc. Building contractors 307 North Street dial 2-6359 Bennington Vermont stack a up custom Homes floor sanding custom kitchens factory built Homes painting Mutschler remodelling tiling Angel Armstrong floor coverings Haas free colourful Kitchen planning brochures of All designs and styles May be obtained at our showroom. Shuttle bus service at h a stack. New ski area at Plymouth designed by olympic Champion Plymouth Union a take a big Snow bowl some challenging natural terrain have olympic champions design some exciting ski trails and you have an coatings suiting instant skirt fabric o l Wool flannels Esmill store colonial shopping Center Rte. 2, Williamstown mass. Open 9 30 to 5 30 Fri. Eve. Til 9 appealing new ski development a round top Mountain. Round top which opened for its first season last year is located in the heart of the deep Snow country. This plus the fact that it is an ideally protected ski bowl with a Northeast exposure will provide plenty of Snow for a Long ski season. When a skier arrives at the top via 4600 foot double chairlift hell take More than a moment to savor the Charm at the rustic unspoiled Vermont Countryside which has the Appeal of a Currier and Ives print a Complete with a a postcard Quot Eye View of the famous Coolidge Homestead. Starting the plunge from the top he can choose from the Many Novice intermediate and expert trails designed to take advantage of the natural terrain and to provide unusual and exciting skiing. A 1000 foot to bar services the lower slopes and is reserved for a beginners Quot Only. All total the trails cover Over 80 acres of slopes. Manager Richard Catlin said that Many improvements had been made on the trails during the summer and that the base Lodge had been expanded. Everything is a go Quot with the first snowfall he said. Catlin starts his first year As manager and said that his main Job is a to see that everyone who skis at round top really enjoys the round top ski school with a staff of certified instructors will teach the new american technique. Individual and special group instruction will be available seven Days a week. Round top is located on it. Too just 6 Miles South of . 4. There Are Many other ski areas in this popular Section and numerous accommodations Are to be found for the family and individual skier. New balloon splint a new lightweight inflatable splint for emergency use on severely burned or broken limbs has been developed with special Capra Nylon film by the Bauer amp Black division of Kendall. The purity in Mobil air Bandage As it is called is a sterilized inflatable sleeve that May be used directly Over clothing or next to the skin. Before inflating the Loose fitting tubular splint is eased Over a broken or badly burned Arm or leg. Air blown into the balloon like device exerts pressure against the injured limb making it immobile in an extended position. The unique splint protects against additional injury by holding Bone fragments in place until Hospital treatment can be initiated. Moreover pressure from the sleeve stops bleeding and the escape at body fluids thus reducing the Chance of Shock. 22a the banners ski edition

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