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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - February 16, 1966, Bennington, Vermont A Bennington Banner wednesday f ebruryj196� 4-ff girls Volunteer for am ass Shaftsbury a the monthlong heart fund drive will reach its High Point this week when members of the Hill top girls 4-h club will form a heart Volunteer army to carry the fight against heart diseases to the threshold of every family in this Community. The canvass will augment the total already collected in the first half of the month Long Campaign which is being conducted to expand the research education and Community service program of the Vermont heart association. The heart Volunteer will undertake a re canvass of a not at Horn est and where doorbells go unanswered will leave an envelope. These should be used to mail in heart fund contributions. Proceeds from the drive will be used to fight diseases of the heart and blood vessels a among them heart attack stroke High blood pressure and hardening of the arteries rheumatic fever and inborn heart defects mrs. John Clawson local chairman Points out. Efforts made regional planning plugged at Pownal special meeting Busy class the monday night class of the three adult education ceramics classes of the Hoosick Falls Central school was found busily working this week. Left to right around the table Are mrs. Perry Pine mrs. Leroy Pine miss Louise Webster mrs. Donald Miner miss Marion Case mrs. Paul Moseley miss Beverly Baker mrs. Harold Gardner mrs. Wesley Brownell mrs. Charles Piritz and mrs. William Helen Petell instructor of ceramics. In background at right Are mrs. Donald Baker and mrs. Gary Hill. The Pownal Vera a 8237716 to help families no it hoist w Ater Manchester a efforts Are being made today to bring water to three families on the Richville Road Here who have been without water Supply since Friday when a pipeline reportedly owned by la Wank country club under Lye Brook broke cutting off Supply to the houses. The break was reportedly caused by an a curation of ice in Tho Tream. These efforts today were being made by the Winslow plumbing co. To Hook a temporary pipeline to the water Supply. A record hop sponsored by the Pownal Center fire department for All area Young people will take place Friday night from 7 30 to 10 30. John Foster will serve As chairman assisted by other members of the department. Dance contests will be featured with prizes awarded. The new Wright Public Library is Richer this week by a variety of some 200 books donated through Courtesy of the Dorothy Canfield Fisher Library of Arlington and the Bennington free Library. This is another step toward the goal of filling the capacity space for 11,000 books. The last in a series of four card parties sponsored by the full quart m 351� now available a pint 225 there Isno finer whiskey or governors club blended h Mink it melt a i it mls of a a a governors club is custom blended in controlled quantities and is Light and smooth As the most notable import. And you get 25% More whiskey in the full quart bottle. Club j a Dougherty s sons co distillers Philadelphia Penna Lemont ill. Governor s club blended whiskey a 86 proof a 65% Grain Neutral spirits Pownal Center fire department will be held saturday night at the firehouse starting at 8 of clock. Michael Lewis scribe for boy scout troop 347, has announced that the past year has been a Busy one for the local troop advancements in rank included i Eagle scout i life scout 4 Star scouts and to Tenderfoot scouts with a total of 87 Merit badges awarded. In addition to participating in Spring and fall Camporee summer Camps and conducting drives Community projects have included memorial Day ceremonies and a moving Day a assistance at the Wright Public Library. The monthly meeting of the executive committee of Boyscout troop 347 will be held monday night at 8 in the Home of scoutmaster and mrs. Holland Roy in South Pownal. Among other future plans to be discussed will be the Post easter Candy drive. Contract awarded for Purchase it of new i ret Rock by Vera Langlais Pownal a a detailed outline of the proposed regional planning program was presented tuesday night to 27 Pownal residents at a special meeting sponsored by the Pownal Parent teacher group. The creation of a southwestern Vermont regional planning commission will be voted on at town meeting March i when the town will be asked to appropriate a sum of $695 to cover a two year planning period As Pownal a share of the Overall Cost of $48,000 with two thirds assumed by Federal government one sixth by the state and one sixth by participating towns. On a 15 town basis in Bennington county the 1-6 total budget would be $8,000. It was emphasized that key towns voting on the Issue will be Arlington Bennington Dorset Manchester Pownal and Shaftsbury with Bennington and Manchester per capita proportion less As they Are already processing such a plan which is expected to be completed in the fall of this year. John c. Page representing the Bennington county planning committee stressed that a a a not vote by any one of the key towns on . 7 would probably delay proceedings necessitating another vote at a later Date. Principal speaker was Bernard Johnson of the state Central planning office who said that regional planning was a a new terms but has already proved to be of value in solving Community problems both on individual town basis and group planning and for future residential and Industrial expansion. Windham county was cited As an example of neighbouring county which has adopted the plan. Explained As possible group Effort achievements were water Supply sewage dump control higher education facilities and transportation. Johnson stated that although in the past 50 years vast changes have taken place in Vermont with the trend toward recreational business and tourist efforts should be made to preserve its natural Beauty and agricultural aspects and not let it become a a Coney Island such As Lake George. He also stressed that recommendations made by the commission Are not final and must be treated As suggestions to be voted on by the individual towns. On a question raised from the floor by Joseph Danforth on Highway development Johnson stated that the current and pressing problems of . 7 and 4 might Best be solved by a United rather than individual town Effort in presentation to the Vermont legislature As Well As local problems such As it. 346. Selectman Arthur e. George emphasized that zoning which has repeatedly been voted out in Pownal does not enter in regional planning As such but Only As a possible recommendation which would have to be passed on. He also commended mrs. George m. Renner and Norman r. Strobridge selectmen appointees for the work they have already done on the regional committee. James w. Lounsbury asked Johnson to clarify a statement As to a Federal pressure As he Felt towns should be wary of losing their individuality to Federal government control. Johnson replied that a a pressure was perhaps an unfortunate use of words when he meant that Economy and efficiency Are better effected with a United Effort. He closed on the note that the two year plan is Only the beginning of a continuing process for future Progress. Scout troop committee holds planning session Hoosick . A the Hoosick fire commissioners of the Hoosick . Fire District saturday unanimously voted to award the contract to Maxim motor co. Of Middleboro mass. For a firetruck and equipment at a Cost of $24,687. Money for the truck has been made available through a gift of $22,000 from the Rev. Edith Craig Reynolds together with Cash amounting to the difference which is in a capital Reserve fund. According to regulations a Public notice will be published informing the resident taxpayers of the fire District that the necessary voting for the action will be held at the fire House on feb. 28 Between 7 and to . Laconic Grange hears talk on safely of fillet Haddock i. 75c fill sole. 89c oysters pock it. 1.39 walkers food Market dining room by Broyhill Premier includes now drop Leaf table 40�?� x 60�?� which extends to 72�?�. Six chairs with seats covered in contemporary fabric. Regular $26 1.90 China Cabinet $119.00 nun 199 of Muj 320 Elm Street furniture incorporated Bennington. Vermont known for Quality phone 442-5131 Shaftsbury a safety was the subject at the Jan. 27 meeting of Taconic Grange with mrs. Robert Booth in charge. Cpl. Edward Prescott of the state police gave an interesting talk on the topic and showed pictures. Also Charles Becker fire chief spoke on prevention of fire in the Home. A Valentine program was held feb. To under the direction of the youth committee. The Roll Call was answered by telling a Story of a boy and girl love and Valentine which brought Many laughs. Mrs. Alden Harbour was the Lucky Winner of a word game. Guests present were or. And mrs. Clarence Decker and or. And mrs. George Cooledge who were each asked to say a few words to the group. The next regular meeting of Taconic Grange will be feb. 24 when mrs. Roger Wood of Arlington will have charge of the past masters program. Master Theresa Wood and lecturer mrs. Eunice Myers will be in charge of refreshments. Shaftsbury a boy scout troop 331 committee had a Busy schedule monday evening As they acted on several items of old business and discussed new projects. New matters presented for the committees action were a paper drive to be held on wednesday or thursday of next week during school vacation the possibility of an alumni night which could be held As an outdoor affair during the summer was discussed As Well As a written history of the Shaftsbury troop. Edwin Colvin Don Farrar and scoutmaster freely Are to report next month on their study of the log Cabin project which has been under consideration for some time. It was reported that there is a possibility of the logs being donated and Roy Sanborn has offered to Peel them. It was voted to Send a boy scout parents Book to each boys parents and also an invitation for them to attend the next committee meeting. John Clawson was appointed to Contact the Myca in North Adams mass. For the purpose of finding out open dates when boys might pass swimming requirements for first class rank. Scoutmaster freely was instructed to inquire of the scouts As to whether they Are interested in publishing a troop newsletter and if so who would want to try being editor. He was also asked to recommend boys to attend Green bar training Camp. With regard to summer Camp freely will review this with the troop and inquire if other adults will be willing to accompany him at either Camp Sunrise or Plymouth. Rescue Sijuan to take Over old firehouse Manchester a at a meeting tuesday night at the Manchester Rescue squad it was decided to take Possession of the old Manchester firehouse on Center Hill to House the squad ambulance. Beginning today the Rescue squad will assume responsibility for utilities consumed at the fire House until june 1966. Their permanent use of tile firehouse will be determined by the town s vote on incorporating the fire District into the town at town meeting. Firestone specials shop Firestone and save License plate frames Leader Model 3b-48 better Grade 3b-984 Best Grade 3b-161 License plate bolts 98< it. $1.79 or $2.25 each out a pm. Truck flares 3h 124 with flags .95 Economy Auto stores inc. Bennington it. Dial 2-6226 open All Day saturdays it was announced that six new boys attended monday nights scout meeting and one Mark Bull has completed his registration. It was reported also that several mothers who attended charter night expressed the desire to organize an auxiliary. Speaking for the troop committee chairman Roach said this is most Gratifying and Hopes All mothers will cooperate As they can be of great assistance to the troop. Pottery enthusiast at opening of exhibition at Alfred University Alfred ., Kenneth Ferguson professional Potter and professor at the Kansas City Art Institute discusses one of his pieces with miss Patricia Probst a graduate student from Heartwellville it. Prof. Ferguson showed slides of antique and modern pottery during a lecture on monday. Miss Probst is the daughter of or. And mrs. Richard Probst of Heartwellville. Williams Darrow school plan 8-week summer course Williamstown mass. A Williams College and the Darrow school will provide an eight week summer session of intensive tutoring in English and mathematics for 60 students from disadvantaged backgrounds to be held on Darrow a new Lebanon . Campus this summer. The program is expected to run from june 25 to aug. 21. The Williams Darrow program is part of the Independent school Talent search program a step under which approximately 400 students from disadvantaged backgrounds have been awarded full scholarships at too of the nations leading boarding schools for Entrance in september 1966. It is the Only one being held this year on an Independent school Campus the others for older students Are being held on College campuses. Theists plans to accept another 400 students for 1967 and 1968. Expectations Are that most of the students selected by theists for the Williams Darrow program will be negro although disadvantaged students of All races and from All areas of the nation will be included following the pattern which has evolved in the past two years. A Grant of $1,585,000 has been made by the office of economic Opportunity to theists to insure its program for the coming year. About $66,000, approximately three quarters of the funds needed for the Williams Darrow summer session will be provided under the terms of this Leo Grant. The remainder of the funds necessary have been provided by the Cameron Baird foundation of Buffalo . In a re West Arlington Sandgate Betty Trachte 3752223 Melinda Pelham drove her car Here from Boston on Friday to spend the weekend with her parents or. And mrs. E. T. Pelham. On sunday they were joined by their other daughter mrs. Larry Glass and family of Bennington. Miss Jennie Hughes daughter of or. And mrs. George Hughes of Sandgate has been accepted for next year at Boston University where she will study nursing. Jennie will graduate from Chatham in Virginia in the Spring. Or. And mrs. William Harriman of Waterford ., were guests Over the weekend of miss Marie Briggs of Sandgate. Or. And mrs. Sanford Chace came from Tiverton . On Friday to be with their cousins or. And mrs. Richard Stolz for a few Days. East Arlington Sunderland Amelia Lawrence 375-2580 mrs. Sam Thompson of East Arlington has had the misfortune to fall and receive Fratu Redlegs. Gardner Wright of the Borough spent a few Days last week in Passaic . Visiting his daughter and attending the funeral of a Friend. There will be no choir practice saturday for grades i through 6. All in grades 7-12 who wish to sing with senior choir on March 6 will meet for practice on feb. 27 after Church service. Cent Grant to Williams College. Director of the Williams Darrow program will be Philip f. Smith associate director of admissions at Williams. Coordinating the English faculty will be Anthony Mahar of the Deerfield Academy faculty. Richard Lux of Phillips Academy Andover will be the coordinator for the mathematics program. The Williams Darrow program will have a faculty of eight drawn from leading Independent schools As Well As from High school in disadvantaged Rural and Urban areas. Supplementing the teaching faculty will be eight resident tutors who will live in the dormitories with the Abc students be responsible for tutoring in evening study Halls and run the athletic and activity programs. Two of the resident tutors will be seniors at Darrow the remainder will be juniors and seniors from Williams. A major reason for locating an Abc program in this area is the cultural opportunities available in the berkshires. Students tutors and faculty and their families will be attending Tanglewood concerts the Williamstown summer theatre and will visit such institutions As the Clark Art Institute As an integral part of the Abc program. Theists grew out of a concern among Many of the country a leading Independent Board ing schools that they were not doing All they could to assist promising students who had ability but lacked the resources and advantages needed to develop their Talent. In 1963, some 21 of the nations leading boarding schools led the Way in establishing scholarship spaces within their schools for promising students from disadvantaged backgrounds. It soon became apparent that some transitional academic and social orientation would be necessary to prepare the students for Entrance into the ninth and tenth grades of boarding school. To meet this problem eight week summer sessions were organized with admission to the participating boarding schools in the fall contingent upon successful completion of the summer tutoring program. Dartmouth College ran the first summer Abc program for 55 selected students in 1964. Last year mount Holyoke joined the Abc program with a summer school for 60 girls while the Dartmouth Abc program expanded to 80. Both will operate again this summer. New Abc programs for this year will be a co educational program at Carleton College and one at Duke University in addition to the Williams Darrow program which will primarily serve the younger boys. Hoosick Falls Edith Beaumont a 6869103 Allan Mardi superintendent and general manager of the Nancy shoe co., will be guest speaker at the weekly supper meeting of the town of Hoosick Lions club thursday beginning at Hoosick Ada m. Breer 686-7275 mrs. Floyd Theresa a. Deeds of Hesperia calif., has returned to her Home after spending three weeks Here As the guest of mrs. Mary Buckley and Joseph Buckley at their Home at 77 Elm St. Mrs. Deeds was called to Hoosick Falls to attend the funeral of her aunt miss Theresa Coggon on Jan. 9. James Cottrell son of or. And mrs. Harold Cottrell is attending school at Witchita Kan. His address is 2323 Jardine Witchita Kan. Al loom Sac Bertha Hoag 686-7282 or. And mrs. Charles Arnold or. Have received word that their son Leeward has been sent to fort Hood Tex. His new address is pvt. Leeward p. Arnold . 51590120, b. Battery 1st in 78th artillery and 4ph., fort Hood Tex. 6 15 . At Irick s restaurant. He will speak on the shoe manufacturing Industry. Edward Baker charter member of the local club who is on a two week vacation to Hawaii attended a service club meeting aboard the . Lurline. With members of kiwanis elks and rotary present Baker was the Only lion in attendance. Accompanied by mrs. Baker the couple Are expected to make the return trip after flying Hawaii to los Angeles the country by Auto. From across Arlington Luelene Thompson 375-2325 Twenty five Grange members and relatives gathered at the Home of or. And mrs. Clarence Decker Iii on Mccarthy Lane no. Benn for a House warming party. Or. And mrs. George Coolidge of Arlington made the arrangements. A purse of Money was Given to the couple. Mrs. Richard Knox had the misfortune of falling and spraining the ligaments in her legs last week at her Home. She will be Laid up for at least to Days. Shaftsbury fran Stacy 442-6524 correction Sunderland a Ralph Morse or. Is a candidate for selectman 1-year term and not Ralph Morse or. As listed in tuesdays Banner. The town will name two selectmen for 1-year terms and other candidates Are Carl Benjamin or. And Clyde Dunlap. Seeking the Post of selectman for a 3-year term Are Roger d. Secoy and Earle h. Hill. Friends Here have received invitations to attend the ordination of Finbar j. Keefe of the order of friars minor on saturday March 5, in the franciscan monetary Washington . He will offer his first solemn mass sunday March 13, in our lady help of christians Church Brooklyn . Keefe if the son of or. And mrs. Joseph f. Keefe. The senior or. Keefe and his parents lived for Many years in West Shaftsbury

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