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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - June 9, 1966, Bennington, Vermont 8-Llennington Banner , june 9, 1966 Hoosick Falls Board paves Way for educational television Hoosick Falls . A the Hoosick Falls Central school Board tuesday night approved a proposal submitted by supt. Philip Leonard which will make it possible for the school to receive educational to. Certain conditions must be met however and it was reported Steps have already been taken in an Effort to do so. Because the educational to Channel 17 from Schenectady cannot normally be received Here an Engineer from the station met with Leonard Here last week when it was Learned that the Channel could be received by installing a Small piece of equipment a a translator a at a location on Johnson Hill Road near Parsons Street. By installing the trans rfcs Board reviews summer prop Ranis Hoosick Falls n. Y. A the Board of education of Hoosick Falls Central school at its meeting tuesday night reviewed the summer program of the school in which More than 300 students Are expected to partly a Manchester to Host Chi tour Manchester a a group of 30 representatives from chamber of Commerce information centers throughout the state will arrive in Manchester june 22 on a tour conducted yearly by the Vermont development department. Manchester representative this year is mrs. Hazel Davis of the greater Manchester area chamber of Commerce office. The tour takes five Days from june 20 25, when information Booth personnel will be Able to visit most of the places of interest to tourists in the state. In charge of the tour is mrs. Lorena Mcgoff assistant director of publicity for the add. While in Manchester the groups itinerary will include visits to the music Box museum at Bromley the Orvis showroom and factory and the Southern Vermont Art Center. Hoard of the chamber office Here will conduct the tour. The group will have dinner in Manchester the night of june 22 and breakfast in two separate groups at the Colburn House and the Quality restaurant tune 23. In charge of accommodations for the visitors is Leon Marks of the chamber a Board of directors. A som tet poolside Pate. The school will provide bus transportation. The first listed is an enrichment program a project of the local school not under Federal Aid whereby students of grades 3, 4 and 5 will study science physical education and creative writing july 5-29 from 9 to 11 30 . The second program under title i of Esea financed by Federal funds will be available to students of both schools where students will be taught remedial Reading. Divided into eight sections 116 students Are enrolled with dates and hours the same As the first program. The third program will be a head Start program under Federal Aid which has been approved for the local school according to an associated press news item tuesday supt. Philip Leonard said. Under the program 30 prekindergarten children who will attend school next year will attend school from 9 . To 2 30 . And be Given lunch at noon. Or. Harry Harrison has volunteered to give free dental services and or. David Berlant free Eye care. The Rensselaer county health department has allowed a very Small fee toward Complete physical and lab tests for the pupils and the school psychologist will be available for service the Board reported. The fourth program will be a music program under the direction of William Galliard of the school faculty. It will offer band and instrumental lessons to students in grades 4 12 in classes from 9 11 30 . In other business the Board voted to enter an item in the budget for Purchase of new band uniforms. Present uniforms Are la years old. It was decided that new ones will be of a Blazer Type although they have not been selected. The Board accepted the resignation of Bruce Wheeler English teacher and coach of varsity wrestling and assistant baseball for the past two years who is leaving to accept a position As physical education instructor at Niskayuna. Lator Here aimed directly at the school on River Road the Channel can be picked up on an 80-degree spread making it possible for television sets throughout the entire Village to receive it also. This would be a valuable asset to the entire Village As Well As the school Leonard pointed out. The project which must be applied for on a five year basis is estimated at a Cost of $9,800 50 per cent of which will be paid through state Ald for the first year after which regular state Aid will cover the balance Leonard said. Under the plan a master Antenna will be placed on the school and every classroom cabled from it. The first year to 23-Inch portable television sets on movable stands will be received for the elementary rooms. The second year the High school department will be cabled with to additional sets received and in addition a video tape re it Corder allowing for flexibility and to prevent being bogged Down by station schedules. More to sets including to the third year five the fourth and five the fifth year will make a total of 40 sets within the five year period with All rooms cabled. Each teacher will receive a lesson plan Book and guide of scheduled programs a Cwm it Channel 17 teachers guide a for each year. The programs offer a variety of educational benefits including news programs Given according to each grades level of understanding and educational a afield trips available without leaving the classroom. Leonard has already submitted the application to acc for approval for the Channel which is one of the conditions to be met. Others include obtaining a Small plot of ground at the Johnson Hill site which is already being negotiated and the third is receipt of approval for state Ald through the state education department. Vermont bar association sets meet Ilia Stratton a the annual meeting of the Vermont bar association will be held Here sept. 30 get. I according to an announcement by Waldo c. Holden of Bennington president of the association. According to the announcement incoming president Louis Whitcomb of Springfield will take office at that time. Speaker at the a judges dinner Friday night will be judge John Spaulding from the Massachusetts Superior judicial court who will comment on recent changes in criminal Law. Seminars Are scheduled in Small business Law the Law of eminent Domain and on the commercial code adopted at the last session of the legislature. The code becomes effective Jan. I 1967 and considerably changes Legal procedures in the recording of deeds and Transfer of property. Gov. Philip h. Hoff is also expected to speak Holden said. Two openings on rfcs Board Hoosick Falls by. A it was announced at the meeting of the Board of education of Hoosick Falls Central school tuesday that petitions for new Board members must be in by june 28. Dewey my cart of White Creek whose term of office expires has already submitted a petition to seek re election. Another petition has been filed by Donald Sutton of West Hoosick who seeks the position held by Clyde Baker of West Hoosick who says he will not seek re election. Only the two offices Are open for election which will be held july 12 from 2-8 . By voting machine at the Central school prior to the annual school meeting which will begin at 8. It was announced that copies of the budget As required by Law will be available to District taxpayers at the school after july i. A Florist s Hobby stove collecting by Chat ring he Iser Manchester a the stamp collector has his album the gun collector his rack but if you Are going to collect stoves you a better have a barn or two around. Luckily Douglas Caln a Florist Here for the past 21 years has a barn to hold the More than too stoves and assorted Antiques he has collected. Cain began collecting Pewter and wooden household Ware about 15 years ago then about to years ago he became interested in old stoves. Since that time his co Lection has grown to such an extent that he is considering opening a museum Here in a barn he owns on the old Senecal farm to let the Public see How fascinatingly and with what ingenuity our ancestors kept themselves warm during the legendary freeze Long Winters of yesteryear. Many of Caine a stoves were manufactured in Vermont and while these come from several locations in the state Caln is most interested in getting a Sample of a stove made in Bennington to add to his collection. Cain confesses that his Hobby is not unique and that people who know about his collection either come by to look and compare notes or to see of they can buy one of the Black monsters for their Home. Cain attributes the increased interest in stoves to the a antique look pushed a few years ago by newspaper Magazine and Home decorating columns. Collecting stoves Isnit something you can do through the mall so when he is Able Cain goes to auctions and antique sales with an Eye for rare heating machines. Like any collector Caln has books telling places and time of manufacture and he says he relates this with the history of the time when the stoves were used As an interesting and revealing sidelight to his Hobby. Besides the stoves Caine a storerooms Are filled with Pewter ice Cream holds Candle holds wooden Apple peelers and tinware. Some Are so strange it takes a Little lecture from Caln to find out what the object was used for. Because modern Oil burners Are kept out of sight in the cellar they Seldom have much about them that could be called Beautiful. But Caine a stoves Are filled with intricate and Lovely designs which goes to show that men will go out of their Way to make something Beautiful if they have to look at it All the time. There is a great Deal to look at in Caine a collection and he Hopes the Public will get a Chance to look at it too someday. New faculty named at Burr and Burton Manchester a e. H. Henry headmaster of Burr and Burton Seminary announced this week that four new teachers have been appointed by the Seminary for the 1966-67 school year. Three will replace teachers who Are leaving and one represents an addition to the staff. Angus Black of Peru will replace Foster Aaron who has accepted a position at the new it. Anthony Union High school in Bennington. Black will teach Earth science and general biology. He is a former teacher at Vermont Academy and has 14 think Trout. Think Orvis just the place for the serious Fisherman the of vis comic any. Inc. Years teaching experience. He is currently engaged in private conservation work. Daniel Cacuci of Flushing ., has been hired to replace Lowrie Gibb in the history department. Cacici is a 1964 graduate of Pace College Brooklyn and is writing his masters thesis in history at new York University. A Bachelor Cacici will teach world history and world geography. William h. Drake who taught advanced mathematics and physics at Chester High school last year will replace John Eckhardt who has been recalled to military service. Drake a retired air Force lieutenant colonel will take Over Eckhardt a regular algebra i and general mathematics classes. Drake holds a bachelors degree from Texas a amp m and a masters degree from Texas University. He has had extensive military service and training and lives with his wife Beverly and two sons at Landgrove. Miss Priscilla Hubbard of Elnora . Will replace Carl Rice in classes in office procedure Law and sales and she will teach shorthand taking Over those courses from Paul h. Bullock sr., who will continue to teach All typing courses. By relieving Rice miss Hubbard will allow Rice to devote More than half of his time to guidance counselling thus fulfilling guidance requirements of new state department of education standards for secondary schools. Miss Hubbard graduates this Spring from the College of St. Rose at Albany with a Bachelor of science degree in economics and business education. She is a Niece of or. And mrs. Arthur Kilburn of Manchester depot. Shaftsbury fran Stacy 442-6524 a pcs of the first methodist Church will hold its regular meeting tuesday at 7 30 . At the Home of mrs. Luella Wilson at the dude ranch Bennington. Mrs. Alice Bronson will Lead the discussion based on the eighth Cha Ter a one witness across All barriers a in the study Book by Bishop Roy Short. Co hostesses will be mrs. Jessie Peters and mrs. Sarah Harrington. Everyone having non perishable items for the pre Holiday Bazaar is asked to bring them to this meeting. This is another column about 181. Photo Bloir the firebox. Stove built in Troy ., shotes intricate designs on rotary Pool workers rained out Manchester a rotary club members Here were rained out of their a work party meeting at the rotary club Pool tuesday night and instead of having Din Manchester Chet ring Fiser to Quot of i 3s2 am or 17y2m Zion Church school held its last session sunday. The film a the great land a showing the role of the Church in Alaska was shown. Since the Manchester elementary school will close june 17 at 12 30 there will be no kindergarten on that Day to avoid confusion which would be caused by a shortened afternoon class according to principal Donald r. Shanks. General electric Breeze Box fan 2 Speed $1c pc portable n j a a j changes room air completely in 2 min. Garrow a Manchester Center it. V. A a a in this column store dating from the 1850 s and made in Brandon. Is part of bogies paints collection. Heat from the firebox be lout heats the four columns. The design permits air to circulate Arotine the heating surfaces. Receptacles on top and mid Section of the stove Are for heating we r>er.7aiae�>. A. St an american Eagle and shield graces the top to this stove in Cain s collection u hich the Manchester Florist says teas made in Albany about 18 the Pownal Vera Langlais a 823-7716 application for title i funds for Pownal a kindergarten will be submitted to the state education dept. July i. James Kelly assistant superintendent of schools for the Bennington Southwest District says such application has not As yet been submitted but will be in the very near future and regarding approval this is fairly certain to be made he said a Elf the forms contain no human or mechanical Ner served them at poolside by the worthy inn they had dinner at the inn. The work party continued on wednesday night however and will meet again next tuesday night. According to rotary club president Clarence Pete Comar no Date has teen set for the opening of the Pool. But Comar said that a qualified red Cross life saving instructor is needed and anyone interested should Contact Robert c. Brewster of the Pool committee. In addition to cleaning some repair work May be done on Bottom cracks in the deep end of the Pool Comar said. I a i Tim it ill ii ii in Iii Manchester a according to mrs. William Bell of Arlington Secretary treasurer at the Burr and Burton alumni association ticket sales for saturday nights alumni banquet and senior Ball at the Equinox House Are going Well but she urged alumni to plan to arrive Early enough for a Rush before the 6 30 banquet. Mrs. Bell said reservations made by mail and addressed to her at red i Arlington will cause less inconvenience since Seminary alumni officers expect a Large attendance at this years affair. Wedding presents Are at Carriage Trade Pewter Coffee pot $35.00 Tea pot $3.50 Banjo clock 45 of casserole 2.00 mexican chair 17.00 place Mats .50ea salad Bow l 25 of fable cloth 5.50 Hurricane shades 25.00 Demi Tasse .60 in lamp 33.00 highball glasses .35e \ soup Tureen 18.00 Glass Pitcher 2.50 Oval Mirror 15.00 stainless vegetable Pewter punch bowl 40.00 dish 3.30 hooked Rug 50.00 ice bucket 5.50 blankets 13.50 Tole tray 3.00 Liberty throw 29.50 salad bowl 3.50 milk Glass luncheon and Many in Between too. Easy to choose a gift of Charm and value that you Are proud to Send. We wrap pack deliver. Carriage Trade is on . Iu.7. 2 Miles from Mancheste Center nine to five six Days a week. Closed on sunday

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