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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - July 15, 1965, Bennington, Vermont Iune cards is tax Cambridge District votes 81-55 to continue Driver education by Ruth Bates Cambridge for and against Driver education at Cambridge Central school highlighted the annual school District meeting tuesday night. But a vote of 81-55 decided that the instruction would be con continued. Many parents spoke for continuance of the program while others Felt it was a a waste at mrs. Lloyd Peters said she had five boys who would be better Drivers of the program was continued. Quot the $3 increase in taxes May save a life Quot she said. Horace Maxwell owner of Colla garage told of accidents he had seen As a Tow truck owner and presented Strong argument when he said that it would be proved Quot Blue card Quot Drivers were better Drivers of insurance companies had lowered the rate for new York state teenagers holding Driver education cards. Justice Frank Ackley of the town of Jackson said he expected that in die future the state of new York would require All students to study driving. Other arguments included the amount of state Aid received for Driver education programs. As a result of the approving vote Everett Ashworth fire Biden at the Board said the Board would hire the Best driving instructors it could find and of possible both a full time and a part time Driver education teacher. Gardner b. Cullinan who was elected chairman of the meeting reviewed the budget and received Many questions from the floor. Participants used a microphone in the Center aisle which was a part of the new audio system which was called to the attention of those attending by the Board of education. Most questions on budget were referred to Ashworth who said Quot you must understand that the state has set up this bookkeeping system for schools and that the double entry system is required in All schools. It is difficult for us to explain Why some figures show gains unless someone directs a specific question on one item. The new state coding system As revised this year has changed Many items in the Ashworth also explained that the Board Hopes to Purchase a 12-passenger Van Type bus for use next year at a Cost of $3,500, and also a new heating Plant for the bus garage and the fuel to run it. This he said has been tabled until the Board Felt it could not go on another year without it. The sum of $1500 usually voted separately at this meeting for the Library was included in the budget because reviewing the budget Gardner b. Cullinan chairman of the Cambridge Central school District annual meeting tuesday night reviews a $946,218.19 budget which was later approved by voters 97-39. Everett Ash Worth president of the Board sits at left. Bates Sale Shaffer july men s shop 15 8 . To ? a discount of 10% to 50% on menus and boys clothing and shoes close out group of knit shirts 79< close out group of pants $1.99 up nothing reserved or held Back every item of clothing in the store to be sold at bargain prices Shaffer 475 main St. Menus shop next to the theatre the school now receives state Aid on this item Ashworth said. A $600 item for auditing was also added he remarked As it is a state Law that the Board hire a state approved auditor to go Over the new bookkeeping system once a year. An adult education item of $150 was included and $400 was voted for the Village recreation program. It was explained that no item regarding educators salaries could be deleted from the budget thus a new principal to replace . Bowler supervising principal plus a High school principal will be hired for the coming year. All these items Ashworth told the group plus additional teachers in Grade 3, English social studies and Art have brought the budget total to be raised by tax to $179,167.12, with the entire general fund appropriations at $946,218.15. The budget was approved 97-39. David b. Wilmot won the Board member election by a vote at 66, and a write in candidate Regina Dibble received 42 votes. Cullinan told the voters that 65 votes was a simple majority needed to win the election. College pro is study biology at Williams Williamstown mass. A forty seven College teachers from As Many different institutions across the country Are participating in Quot the 1965 summer Institute for teachers of introductory biology at the College level Quot at Williams College july 5 to aug. 14. Co sponsors of the Institute Are Williams and the National science f foundation. This is the Only summer Institute in the nation devoted to the problems of the introductory biology course at the Junior College College and University Levels. Or. Allyn j. Waterman of the Williams biology department is director. Prof. William k. Reist is associate director. Hoosick Falls scouts at Camp troop 64, is a has returned from a week at Camp Wak nominee. Shown front Row from left Are Luke Fleming John Harrington Richard Wirmusky Daniel Delurey Peter Sennett and James Thurber second Row Charles Frazier John Norton Arthur Nash Donald Fleming. James Monahan and Kevin Cullen hard Row John Vaniski William Rasch James Morin John Levandowski and Gregory March fourth Row Anthony Butkas Michael rums William Thurber John Sennett and James Sennett fifth Row David Morin scoutmaster Richard a. Severson and Dennis Shaw. Dean Hoosick palls scout troop Quot triumphs at summer lamp Hoosick Falls n. Y. A troop 64 has done it again. The boy scout troop returned from its annual tour of summer Camp near Glens Falls sunday and in addition to winning three of five watermelons offered As prizes during the week the troop totalled 17 rank advancements and 30-Odd Merit badges. Competing in a skit at wednesday nights campfire for parents night tile troop earned its first Watermelon under the direction of Anthony Butkas and King Charles Frazier. To augment the Many sliced Delight patrol Leader James Morin led Hawk patrol to win a Cam wide game saturday thus bringing Home a second Melon. The third Melon was won when the troop in a series of waterfront contests ranging from tug of War and four Man Canoe race to five Man boat races and other contests was victorious under Dennis Shaw senior patrol Leader. Advancing in rank during their stay in Camp were Thomas Levandowski John Vaniski Arthur Nash Luke Fleming James Hoosick Falls Richard Severson 686-9994 Bruce Baker of 9 Fiske St. And Michael j. Barber of 46 High St., both juniors in the business program and Burton Pike of re i a senior in construction were among 255 students named to the Spring term Deans list at Hudson Valley Community College in Troy. Thurber Daniel Delurey John Norton Wirmusky and Kevin Cullen second class. First class rank was received by Peter Sennett and Gregory March. Donald Fleming David Morin and Anthony Butkas reached life scout and William Thurber and Charles Frazier Eagle scouts received their Bronze Palm awards. Merit badges were earned As follows Dennis Shaw Marksman ship and canoeing John Sennett personal fitness nature soil and water conservation camping citizenship in the nation Public health and first Aid Michael Burns nature and first Ald William Rasch camping Donald Fleming soil and water conservation camping and nature James Morin cooking camping wildlife management and athletics Anthony Butkas wildlife management canoeing and athletics David Morin soil and water conservation athletics and canoeing James Sennett canoeing marksmanship and athletics William Thurber athletics marksmanship and canoeing Charles Frazier soil and water conservation business athletics marksmanship and canoeing Peter Sennett first Aid fishing citizenship in the Cost Arlington a rid Gaie Betty Trachte 375-2223 or. And mrs. John Brinkerhoff of Locust Valley . Have arrived at Pineir Sandgate Home for the remainder of the summer. Home and nature. A Board of review was conducted by Henry j. Mar Cox chairman assisted by Joseph Cullen and Bernard Fleming Friday evening. Saturday night scouts receiving rank advancement were honoured at a Camp recognition campfire. Three members were candidates for the order of the Arrow James Morin Anthony Butkas and William Thurber. Tran Portal to Camp was under direction of Charles Scarey chairman of the troop committee assisted by William Thurber James Sennett Helen Levandowski Joseph Cullen Bernard Fleming Charles Frazier James Monahan Luke Fleming John Delurey and William Vaniski. Shaftsbury fran Stacy 442-6524 the regular meeting of the 1-40 club will be held Friday night at the Home of Ware at 8. Track to Aid Pownal in water shortage Pownal a management at Green Mountain Park race track has announced that beginning to Day the track will be helping area residents meet a critical water shortage by supplying water from the tracks own private Wells. Heavy Rains last night plus the efforts at the Pownal fire dept., have alleviated somewhat the drastic shortage in South Pownal but the situation is still reported to be acute. Confirmation of the arrangement with Green Mountain Park came from George Renner chief of the South Pownal fire department who said the fire department will use its tank trucks to Transfer the track water to the South Pownal Village Reservoir. This source of Supply from which Village patrons Are supplied by the Pownal water co., was at the Point of exhaustion without replenishment from other sources according to Renner. The tracks general manager Vincent j. Bartimo said the track will furnish the necessary labor to help fill the tank trucks. Both this service and the water itself he said is to be furnished at no Cost and is being made available As a gesture of Goodwill to the Community. Bartimo noted that the track itself will be rationing its own use of water during the morning part of the Day when the Pownal Supply is expected to drawn off. Renner said that for the past several Days the fire department trucks have been transferring water to the Village Reservoir from a private Reservoir owned by the Bassen family at the Ladd Brook Motel inn. Headed by chief Renner the fire department worked in relay teams until late wednesday evening pumping 30,00 Gallons of water from the private Reservoir and transferring it by tank truck to the Public Reservoir. Firemen assisting with the pro seven Pownal Pami ii is Host fresh airs Pownal eight new York City youngsters ranging in age from five to 12, arrived wednesday afternoon for visits with seven families in the Pownal. Sponsored by the Herald Tribune fresh air fund the pro Gram allows children the Opportunity to get away from crowded City streets and enjoy a few weeks of fun in the country. The four children returning this week have been looking Forward eagerly to renewing acquaintances and the four new arrivals were reported last night to be Quot settling in Quot and already enjoying their stay. Or. And mrs. Gordon Ware Are hosts to Nelson Acevedo to or. And mrs. Walter Bartlett Betty Ahrendt la or. And mrs. Zuron Huse Marcia Brimage,9 or. And mrs. William Jay Smith Calvin Birt la and John Dawkins 12 or. And mrs. Leroy Bostwick Susan Stahl six or. And mrs. Harry Andrews Marla Aviles five and or. And mrs. Edward Dufresne Carlos Ortiz seven. All children have been registered for two week periods with the exception of Susan Stahl who has been re invited for the full six weeks. Mrs. Marcel Lan Glais local chairman has asked hosts who wish to have their guests stay longer than two weeks notify her at least five Days before the return Date of july 28. Troop committee makes plans Woolworth Foo . Paper napkins Heg. Guc economical for everyday use. Come packed in East to open reusable plastic bag. Generous 13 x 136&Quot size. In sparkling White. A great value moneys Worth More it Wool Worth s Shaftsbury details involved in supervising a scout troop were discussed monday night by the troop committee of troop 31, Bra at an outdoor meeting at the Shaftsbury playground. The adults met following a regular weekly scout session. De Colvin was appointed to meet with the troop once monthly for a training session on camping. It was reported that one camper tent had been ordered but More Are needed. A sum of $94 was reported set aside toward Camp Sunrise expenses and one full scholarship was voted. Assistant scoutmaster Jim Lyon said he would be attending Sunrise with nine Shaftsbury scouts next week. The committee on advancement was instructed to make arrangements for a parents night Early in August when eight boys will be advanced in rank. A paper drive was discussed and residents who have paper on hand Are asked to Contact either scoutmaster Alan Hess or any of the committee and arrangements will be made to have it stored. In a discussion of uniforms troop committeemen said they Felt strongly that parents As Well As scouts attach significance to the scout uniform and urged that All members Wear uniforms to All scout functions. Chairman Philip Roach presided Over the committee meeting and attending were Lyon Hess and George Delaney John Stufflebean Arthur Jones Robert Fletcher the Rev. . Macdonald Henry Buak Donald Farrar Jack Clawson Secretary and Joseph Hart Taconic District executive. Tonight is the night for mad a mad buys from 8 . Till 12 Dryad ales free parking in armory lot next door Bennington Banner thursday july 15, 1985-7 i Yah o tog in p ii e is to meet sunday Manchester Quot photographic society at America Day Vermont Quot will take place sunday at the Southern Vermont Art Center Here. Members and any other seriously interested in photography have been invited to attend and to bring their own Box lunches. George Parker Eastern division spa director is expected to speak. The galleries at the Art Center will feature i Eastman show of contemporary photographs from the Eastman House collection. They were taken Between 1900 and 1964. Members of the society will be Given the Opportunity to photograph outdoor sculpture which is on display and each has been asked to bring a Sample at his work to be exhibited on the Pavilion stage or to be projected if 35 my slides. Lect have been James Rhodes Daniel Kimball William Casey Bernard Nichols James Sinclitico Harold Rhodes jr., William Cameron and Charles k of or As or. Murray Lewis sr., owner of the Pownal water co., has retained the services of George Bishop of Pownal to Drill a Well at the Village Reservoir in Hopes of augmenting the present Sun it ply. As of wednesday Lewis reported the Driller had gone to a depth of 75 feet without developing any significant Supply however. Lewis has warned some 70 families served in the area that any unnecessary use of water now will result in their water Supply being turned off. Come one come All the Vermont Yankee under new management delicious Home cooking and reasonably priced open All Day North on it 7 Ruth Browe proprietor Maytag your Best Washer buy a big family Load capacity a Pushbutton water temperature control a perforated tub for cleaner rinsing a Maytag agitator action Zinc coated Cabinet guards against rust a porcelain enamel top and lid a virtually indestructible pump a new rust proof hinges this time insist on dependability. Insist on Maytag Economy Auto stores 530 main St. Dial 2-6216 dial 2-6226 the Vermont Bank amp Trust co

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