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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - July 2, 1966, Bennington, Vermont 2-Bonnington Banner saturday july 2, 1966 Hospital rules protested Burlington up a the state Board of health intends to protest some of t h e changes in the new Federal Public health service policy. The state Board described As a a drastic the changes in the Hospital construction policy for Rich family reunion plans set Leon c. Rich of Alfred Maine and Saugus mass., president of the Rich family association has announced two family reunions for this summer. The first is on saturday july 16 in the first Parish unitarian Church East Bridgewater mass., and the second on sunday aug. 28, at the legion Hall South Paris Maine. A full Day starting at to . Is planned at both reunions. Genealogists Are requested to come Early and bring family data. A banquet and business meeting to be held at East Bridgewater starting at 6 . Will serve As an organizational meeting for the newly formed incorporation. Tickets should be reserved through mrs. Edward Mccurdy 41 Glenwood St., Brockton mass. For More information one May write to col. Mahlon s. Rich 52 Dupont Circle Brockton mass., or mrs. Irene Rich Burns 85 Oxford St., South Paris Maine chairman of the arrangements committee or to Walton o. Rich . Box 207, port Henry . 12974. If one cannot attend and wishes More information on the association or to receive the first two copies of a Kinfolk a the family bulletin write to f. S. Rich Secretary 1210 Demaret hous Mula and regulations. Or. Robert b. Aiken state health commissioner said thursday a where the Public health service Hospital plan for Vermont last year allowed for the construction of 284 new Beds Over and above existing Beds in Vermont hospitals this year s plan permits Only four such Beds in the entire he said the new Hospital plan a so tightens up Federal criteria for a conforming Beds that one Hospital in Vermont which customarily has too per cent acceptable Beds has less than ten per cent under the new rigid the commissioner said the Board had approved the formula and regulations but that it was Only to assure Federal payment of current or already approved projects. Aiken explained that the new Public health service policy will result in modernization or Complete replacement of non conforming hospitals instead of construction of additional new Hospital Beds. The Federal funds will give Vermont $200,000 in one third Federal Matching funds to modernize or replace 605 Hospital Beds in Vermont including programming of replacement hospitals in Newport and St. Johnsbury. The plan will also permit programming modernization at Springfield and St. Albans. A total of $897,000 will be available for Vermont Hospital and medical facility construction for the coming year. Programmed for new construction and earmarked for already approved projects including the Central Vermont medical Center in Berlin is $347,000. Shaftsbury scouts set Holiday plans Shaftsbury a at the monday evening meeting of the troop 331 committee it was announced that scouts Are to report to the school grounds after Church on sunday morning to set up tents in preparation for their overnight stay. Those on the committee for the fourth of july Are Edwin Colvin Charles Gabrus Arthur Jones Donald Farrar Robert Fletcher Henry Buak Almon Wetherell and scoutmaster Henry freely. The Rev. A. J. Macdonald has agreed to have the local Church Bell rung at 2 . On monday. The Flag Selling project was highly successful and a sizeable profit was realized for the troop Boneset. Raj tip Roos. 95c Hamburg patties 65c Franks 75c walkers May a Kodet Short sleeve Short sleeve sweatshirts Adams clothes shop shops too Treasury. Those who ordered flags will receive delivery this weekend. The troop and committee thank Donald Farrar for this worthwhile idea of raising Money. He will present awards to Peter Cross and Bruce Gabrus who sold the most flags on july 4. The patrol who made the most sales will be taken to fort Ticonderoga by scoutmaster freely. Troop members John Cole David Mattison and Rickey Harrington Are now attending Green bar Camp at Camp Sunrise. During the week of july 17, 15 boys from the troop will be attending Camp Sunrise. Committee members who will assist scoutmaster freely during this week at Camp Are Robert Fletcher William Stufflebeam and Edwin Colvin. Tentative plans were made for the troop to journey to Chester to visit the National Survey co. To observe map making. Chairman Philip Roach has appointed a committee to deter mine whether or not the troop committee should establish an annual award to be Given to a person or persons in the Community who have Given outstanding assistance to the troop. An alternate suggestion was to establish an Honor patrol of which these people would be members. Chairman of this committee is Donald Farrar assisted by the Rev. A. J. Macdonald Henry Buak and John billow. Neighbors celebrate a in Detroit a muffled thud a skittering of Sparks arcing upward and then a rolling Roar of Aerial bombs Light the night wednesday As fireworks Mark the opening of the International Freedom festival a Salute to the american fourth of july and Dominion Day for Canadian neighbors across the Detroit River. Downtown Detroit can be seen in the foreground while the lights of Windsor Are visible in the background. Up plans revealed in Britain to nationalize Iron steel Industry London us a the labor government Friday published details of its plans to National he Britain s Iron and steel Industry at a Cost of about $1.3 billion. It Highway plans Are posted in Manchester Manchester a five maps identifying Highway route proposals for the four Lane Road in this area have been posted in the window of the vacant store in the first National Bank of North Bennington building on main Street. This is the Only location in town where the maps have been posted. The five diagrams show the various concepts for interchanges and location of the Highway As drawn up by the Highway dept and incorporate Many of the suggestions and some innovations made by groups and individuals in this area. Hamlin explains program set by Morgan breeders time to change shop Oneida Montpelier a fifteen of Vermont s leading Morgan horse breeders will open their barn doors to the touring Public this summer in an Effort to stimulate greater interest in the Breed. The a Vermont Morgan open barn program is the first of several new promotional activities initiated by the recently formed Morgan horse advisory committee to the Vermont development department. Committee chairman John h. Hamlin of Bennington said a the primary purpose of the a open barn program and All other Goyette is president of rotary a to hold As there the Mirror up to Shakespeare Mirror players inc. Opening july 6th in la our town by Thornton Wilder seats a of Safe for performances july 6-10 13-17 last Chance for Advance season subscriptions ticket request forms available at the Bennington bookshop and the Wilmington playhouse wed., thurs., Eri. Amp Sun. $6.50-$9.00-$10.50 saturday. $7.50-$ 10.00-$11.50 for All 4 plays Wilmington playhouse Wilmington it. Willard Goyette of 507 main St. Officially took Over the presidency of the Bennington rotary club at the club s weekly meeting Friday. He succeeds Armand Lampron. First vice president for the coming year is Robert Stout second vice president Roy Anderson treasurer Richard Joli Vette and Secretary John Page. Club directors Are Fred Grant Ronald Knapp Duncan Campbell and Lampron. In a review of the past year Lampron noted that the clubs chief project had been the outdoor Reading area dedicated to the late Bradford Smith in Back of the Bennington free Library. He also reported that membership had increased by la to 69, and that there was a healthy balance in the club Treasury. Viet air War puts Drain on tac Washington up a the air War Over Viet Nam has drained the strength of the tactical air command tac in the United states to a below Bedrock a it was disclosed Friday. Gen. John p. Mcconnell the air Force chief of staff indicated that the air National guard would have to be called up of a second a a contingency rises. Grams undertaken by this committee is to focus proper attention on the Morgan horse As a state attraction. After All the Morgan is the official state animal and even Many vermonters Are unaware that it was the first Breed of horse Ever developed in this country a said Hamlin. A the Morgan is important not Only because of his historical background but also because he has evolved As one of the most remarkably versatile Breeds in the world today a Hamlin continued. A this potential As an attraction has Long been in mid May Morgan owners and breeders throughout the state were contacted by the committee and urged to participate in the first phase of the Hope barn a total of 15 farms have officially agreed to open their barns and Fields to the Public this summer and show their morgans in action. The invitation to visitors will take the form of a leaflet which will be distributed by the Vermont development department through its 26 official state information Booths beginning in july. The leaflet will list the names of the participating farms the names of the owners trainers and the number of morgans to be seen. The leaflet will also contain a map indicating the location of the 15 farms which Are scattered throughout the state. Some of the larger farms have agreed to participate in the program on a year round basis. A the first phase of this program is an experimental one a Hamlin continued. If we achieve any degree of Success this year we will expand the program in 1967 and hopefully make it an annual attraction. The Benni Nulon Bani a telephones business. .442-6300 newsroom. .442-2800 advertising. .442-2684 the Bennington Banner is published Dally except sunday and Legal holidays at 425 main St., Bennington vt., 15201 by the Banner publishing corporation. Members of United press International which is entitled exclusively to use for republication of All local news print-1 de in this newspaper As Well As All up news dispatches. Home delivery by Carrier and motor delivery 10c per Day subscription rates by mall for 50-mile radius and All Vermont 3 months $6.30, 6 months $11.70, i year $22.50 elsewhere in the . 3 months $7.00 6 months $13.00 i year $25.00 second class postage paid at Bennington it. 05201 the legislation already before parliament sets up a powerful National steel corporation to control the 14 major companies which produce More than 90 per cent of Britain s raw steel. Compensation terms were 27 per cent below those proposed by the government 15 months ago and Market values of share in the selected companies immediately dropped by More than $84 million in after hours dealings. A the terms Are mean and there is bound to be a howl a Bennington briefs a burning trash barrel at the Home of Earl Jeff Harvey of 405 Gage St. Brought a momentary alarm Friday evening. One unit of the Bennington fire department was called to the scene but no action was necessary and Harvey reported there was no damage to any of his property. Our office will be closed july 2 through july to. Charles e. Watson. Adv. Or. . Crealese will be attending a research seminar in it. Worth tex., july 6-10. Regular office hours will resume monday july la at 2 . Adv. New House just under construction 3 bedrooms iv2 Baths fireplace poured Concrete foundation 2 car garage City water and sewer in Manchester Center 3 minutes from Post office. Write Valley Home inc., Manchester Center it. See us for custom built Homes. Adv. Annual eagles Clam steam sunday july to at former sur dams Grove. Donation$5. Please make reservations by tuesday july 5. Tickets available at club. Chowder at noon Clam steam at 4 30. Adv. Wilson Tion. Ford closed no classes of Cpd summer school will be held july 4. Adv. Astronomy notes in taking another look at the violently blinking red Star Antares in our evening sky to the South we recall the ancient greek Story of Phaethon who was the son of Helios the Sun god in his almost disastrous attempt to drive his father s Chariot one Day. It was the terrifying sight of scorpion with its upraised sting which made him drive too near the Earth almost setting it afire the great god zeus striking him Down with a Bolt of lightning thereby saving Mankind. Said one stockbroker. A spokesman for the United steel companies one of those named in the Public ownership Bill commented a we were disappointed by the previous proposals and these Are very much compensation will be paid on the basis of the average Stock Exchange quotations for the 61 months from april 1961 to april 1966, or the six months from november 1965 to april 1966, whichever Are higher. It marked Britain s second attempt to nationalize its steel Industry the fifth largest in the world. The first under then prime minister Clement Attlee s labor gov moment 15 years ago cops d when the conservatives gained Power and returned companies to private ownership. Funeral for Vaca adv. Gaylord ii. M Attison funeral services for Gaylord g. Bucket Mattison of 206 Lincoln St., who died tuesday at Putnam memorial Hospital were largely attended at Mahar amp son funeral Home Friday morning. The Rev. William Abernethy North Bennington congregational Church pastor officiated and also offered committal prayers at the family lot in South Shaftsbury cemetery where burial took place. A family prayer service preceded the funeral at the funeral Home. Bearers were William e. Dailey sr., Dean Mertrude Daniel Holland Kenneth Johnson Herman Cullinan and Thomas too Rny. Wednesday night Bennington Lodge of elks attended in a group with Dominick Yarnal exalted ruler Herbert a. Knapp chaplain John Ahearn Secretary Charles Boyle esteemed leading Knight Donald Green set esteemed Loyal Knight Joseph Shaffe esteemed lecturing Knight Ralph r. Bennett jr., Esquire All participating. Thursday the Loyal order of Moose called with gov. Ralph Mavilla Erie Lantz prelate past gov. Gordon Moore Junior governor Arthur Cardinal All taking part. Or. Mattison had been a very Active member in both organizations. Or. Mattison is survived by his wife the former Mary frailer one brother Kenneth d. Mattison of North Bennington three Sisters mrs. Gilbert Irene Vaughn of Arlington mrs. Clark Belzora Loomis and mrs. George Mary Phair both of North Bennington. Several nieces nephews and cousins Are also left and one grand Niece. Relatives attended from Arlington Shaftsbury and the surrounding area Westport Conn. Somerville . Gent known for values 210 North Bennington re. Bennington Vermont now. Up to 2 years to pay a it it a for All purchases play review Williamstown opens season with Quality performance by Paul Hurlburt Williamstown mass. The Williamstown summer theater opened for the season Friday evening with the High Quality play enthusiastic and inspired acting and imaginative setting that has characterized performances Here Over the years. Staging Kaufman and Hart s classic of its kind a you can t take it with you a the players treated the audience to a Crisp vibrant rendition of that old favorite which depicts the antics of the Looney Sycamore clan amidst a society which has taken itself too seriously. The script itself insures an introduction to some hilar4 ius characters and the Surprise of Marlboro opens 16th season the Marlboro music festival opened its 16th season last night on this Small Vermont Hilltop with Pablo Casals conducting Bach s Brandenburg concerto no. 3. Casals now 89, is Here for the first two weeks of the festival and will conduct chamber works tonight tomorrow and next weekend. All performances have been sold out for More than a month. The first program included other chamber works by Haydn Mozart and Purcell whose elegy was Sung by Anita Denita Valente and Illona Kombrink in memory of Queen Elizabeth of Belgium who died this past year. A full review of the weekend concert will appear in tuesday s Banner. Berlin Airlift Berlin up a the . Air Force blew 2.5 million tons of supplies into Berlin in a 15-month period during the Berlin blockade by the russians in 1948-49. Some comic and cunningly conceived situations and twists of plot. But Williamstown has taken that exp a Effort with artful interpretation of character and by maximizing the inherent Absurdity of the play. The setting too is True to form. Elaborate and imaginative it blends imperceptibly with the action at hand. A full review will appear in tuesdays Banner. Yugoslav vice president is deposed Belgrade up a pres ident marshal Tito disclosed Friday that an investigation into a struggle for Power within the yugoslav communist party resulted in the resignation of his vice president and Long time Security chief Aleksander ran Kovic. The official yugoslav news Agency Tan Jug also reported that Svetislav Stella Nolc Secretary in charge of the ministry of the Interior had been expelled from the Central committee of the league of communists of Yugoslavia because of a certain abuses of Tito said an investigation revealed that yugoslav Security organizations had eavesdropped on High government officials with sensitive a a bugging devices in what he described As Stalin Era tactics. Tito s disclosure in a speech before the Central committee meeting on the Adriatic Island of brioni came As a Shock. Rankovic a close aide of Tito since the partisan Days of world warn had been considered by Many to be the potential successor to the 74-year-old Tito who is president for life. 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