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Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Jun 17 1965, Page 13

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - June 17, 1965, Bennington, Vermont Brattleboro Retreat s Story told in new englander Boston mass. A a recent article in the june Issue of the new englander Magazine on the 131-year-old Brattleboro Retreat in Vermont tells How one of the country s oldest and most respected private mental institutions is combining new knowledge with invaluable and proven experience to offer greater Aid to patients and Foster greater understanding by the Public. The new englander is a publication of the new England Council. Public information and education has been greatly aided by the Retreat s policy of inter weaving institutional and Community life. The recreational and occupational therapy departments and the Library Are sources of patient Community activities which have been of great therapeutic value to the patients according to the article. The townspeople credit a great part of the Success of the Hospital Community programs to the dedication of the Retreat staff and their families and the Community volunteers. The Retreat is embarking upon an exciting new Long term project to determine the effect of management policies upon the family Constellation the article continues. The conviction that such a study was necessary and would serve a most useful service was bom from the experience of the Hospital Over the past several years in treating family members of factory workers business executives and the armed forces. New England business and Industrial firms will be requested to furnish information Over the next few years concerning the mobility of employment and the uprooting of families because of transfers to new locations and other factors causing the interruption of continuous Community family life. Preliminary Steps will include Public and private seminars general meetings and group discussions. The Retreat was a Pioneer in rehabilitation practices particularly in work As therapeutic agent and it is experimenting again today in a different role for the psychiatric nurse. The program seeks to relieve the nurse of administrative responsibility and increase the doctor nurse team approach to the Magazine individual patient. In addition the Retreat has also been Active in assisting the religious Community to answer their need for More knowledge about mental health and mental Hygiene. A special clergy seminar for ministers priests and rabbis organized by the Pav. Francis w. Mccon Ville o.m.i., assistant at St. Michael s roman Catholic Church in Brattleboro was attended by 20 clergymen from the Vermont new Hampshire area this year and More such seminars Are planned for the future. Bennington Banner thursday june 17, 1965-13 nursing scholarships granted to three local High school girls a $100 scholarship award offered by the women a auxiliary of Putnam memorial Hospital has been presented to girls in each of the towns three High schools. The girls who must have been accepted by an accredited school which offers a registered nursing degree Are Gwendolyn Montgomery a Shaftsbury student at North Bennington High school Beverly Taylor of Bennington ground Chuck or Stew beef All Choice Grade heavy steer beef first National stores lose Atte Homem Milf More Quality and . 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Miss Montgomery has been accepted at Mary Hitchcock memorial Hospital in Hanover . During High school she was Active in music. She was a cheerleader president of her freshman class and attended Model u.n., girls state and the All state music festival in Burlington. She also was Active in Church work the 4-h and girl scouts. Miss Taylor will attend St. Luke a Hospital school of nursing in Pittsfield mass. She was a member of her High school glee club and participated in Bowling and softball. Dance re set for sunday by Loral studio a a springtime review of dances by students at the Ducharme dance studio will be held sunday at 8 . At the Bennington High school auditorium. For the review a the studios 15th annual event a Many phases of dance including tap Ballet character comedy pantomime adagio and exhibition ballroom will be presented by some too youngsters ranging in age from 4 to 19. A production number a variations from Mother Goose a will also be offered. The review is being produced and staged by the studio s director and instructor Rene Duke Ducharme. Music both vocal and instrumental will be under the direction of mrs. Betty Gilmore. The performers include youngsters from the general Bennington area and Hoosick Falls . As Industry a blasts proposed tax increases Montpelier up a the executive director of the Vermont Petroleum association blasted wednesday As a very unnecessary a proposed gasoline tax increase for Vermont. Robert Garside said the proposed half cent increase to seven cents per gallon would raise state and local Gas taxes toll cents per gallon. He called this a one of the country a highest rates and said it a already represents 53.5 per cent of the total Selling Price of the Garside predicted the proposed increase would a simply bring us to the Point of diminishing returns in View of our sister the Republican House leadership is considering a Gas tax hike a As Well As other motor vehicle users tax increases a to pay for $5 million of gov. Philip Hoff a proposed $16 million Highway bonding program for the coming biennium. Mis Pleiner it hear Iii Madison Sij. Car dry miss Dolores Laurie Heiner of Bennington who will have been dancing with the radio City rockette at radio City music Hall a year in August has now appeared with this famed group at Madison Square Garden. According to news received Here by her former instructor mrs. Cecelia Greene Callahan miss Heiner danced june 4 at the Garden after the rocket test regular four shows at radio City. A graduate of Bennington Catholic High school she is a daughter of mrs. Florence Heiner of pleasant Street. It will be recalled that the former local residents photo appeared on the pull out cover of life Magazine a few months ago. The photos were taken about the time that miss Heiner made her new York debut with the rockette. A Section of the Magazine was devoted to the rockette and their most famous kick their fast four minute routine that never changes their spectacular costumes and told How five of the girls worked and lived. Motor \ Hicl Ltd a ii ids miss Vallee was a member of the chorus and Harmon ettes at Beni As Well As the Honor society Pep club . And the math and science club. She participated in volleyball and was an editor on the yearbook staff. She also attended All state and was a Junior Marshall. Active in Church work she was president of her my this year. Miss Valle who was third in her class of 105, will attend the University of Vermont school of nursing in the fall. The auxiliary awards the scholarship to a qualified graduating senior in each of the three schools. To c oily ill a 111 . Manchester . Up a the 44th annual meeting of the Eastern conference of motor vehicle administrators will be held Here from june 28 to july i. The conference will be headed by Vermont motor vehicles commissioner Robert Schwartz president of the Eastern conference. Gov. Philip Hoff who is contemplating replacing Schwartz has kept the commissioner in his Post through june so he May Host the conclave. Hoff and it. Gov. John Daley will speak at the four Day session at which 350 motor vehicle department representatives from Eastern states Are expected. I a a Carter miss Darter will attend Berkshire miss Diana Kathleen Carter daughter of or. And mrs. Joseph Carter the former Marjorie Foster and granddaughter of or. And mrs. Lewis Foster of Morgan Street Extension was graduated june la from old Rochester regional High school at Marion mass. Miss Carter is a member of the National Honor society and graduated second in a class of 117. She received a citizens scholarship an English award for maintaining highest Grade Point average in special honors class the Betty Crocker homemaker of tomorrow award and the award for typist of the year from Olivette Underwood corp. She will attend Berkshire Community College in the fall and has been accepted for september 1966, at the University of Massachusetts where she will major in English or psychology. Pownal reports two accidents Pownal was the scene of two automobile accidents tuesday night neither of them involving personal injuries according to a report from state police. The first was a head on collision Between two cars on the Jackson crossing Road about 8 40 . Involved were a 1956 Buick owned and operated by Abel j. Leblanc 21, of Ben Mont Avenue and a 1957 Ford owned and operated by Walter v. Atwood of it. Dora fla., and Bennington. Both vehicles were described As receiving Complete front end damage. The collision occurred at the brow of a Hill with the Leblanc vehicle travelling East and the Atwood car travelling West. The other Accident occurred in the parking lot of the tally to restaurant about 11 20 . Thomas j. Kilcullen 40, of Averill Park ., was backing up from his parking place to leave the restaurant when he collided with the left Side of another parked car causing moderate damage to it. The Kilcullen car however was not damaged. Sitting in the other car at the time was its owner Lorraine g. Burgess 36, of Gage Street who was not injured. It. Transit lists schedule for the summer Vermont transit lines summer schedule of bus service will be effective june 23. Departures to Troy Albany Paramus ., and new York will be daily at 2 25 ., 7 ., 10 50 ., 2 50 ., 7 15 . And 9 35 . There will be a departure at 11 30 For Williamstown North Adams Adams and Pittsfield connecting at Pittsfield for Winsted Torrington Danbury and White Plains. This will be a through bus to new York operating a a express from Pittsfield to new York with one Stop at Paramus Trips North to Burlington and Montreal will be daily at 5 ., 10 30 ., 3 20 ., 3 40 . And 10 25 . With additional trips to Burlington Only at 1 35 . And 7 50 . The 10 30 Northbound departure will connect at Rutland for Montpelier Barre St. Johnsbury and White its. Points to Portland Maine and old Orchard Beach. The 10 30 And 3 40 . Trips will connect at Rutland for Woodstock White River jct., Windsor and Claremont . All times shown Are Daylight saving time

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