Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Jun 17 1965, Page 14

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - June 17, 1965, Bennington, Vermont A Bennington Banner thursday june 17, 1965 you be just g satisfaction is guaranteed or your Money is refunded you la show dad How much you really care by getting him the better gifts he wants at the lowest prices Ever unit a easy its practical electric Pencil its fun its Fasy it x his Ticon Ductor ass heavy duly. Bear self Lub Loav jag sleeve daring writes like a regular Pencil on Wood Metal plastic because of 2 built in mystery switches you be seen them elsewhere for up to 7.98 window or 4-Point style supreme Comfort for dad Light yet so sturdy great gifts for sportsmen dads extra Lively Center Quot super chief Quot Golf balls save on the famous Ajay for cars boats planes Polaris Auto Compass adjustable bracket adhesive mount powerful indicator jewelled bearing now Only Dozon Croydon 7-pc. Golf club set from America s leading manufacturer of litter containers Chrome like finish Auto folding riveted tubular construct on factory guaranteed sturdy _ plastic a construction in now Only. By m in fits any car Lurf swings away under dash with a touch 14 club Golf bag at a new Low Price i sportsman a Vinyl Utility jacket Side panel with full Zipper pocket detachable Hood. Padded shoulder strap can be worn with or without Hood full Zipper. Two Patch pockets. Snaps on sleeves. Compare at 1.29 Neveu before at this special Low Price Schick Magna Power electric Shaver adjustable am shave head g j in in washable so / i stainless steel la. J Comfort dial m Remington electronic la cordless Shaver shave master gives Quality shaves anywhere works with or without the Cord. Your Choice limit i per Linic attended by %/300in �?~64 approximately 300 pre school children in the area attended the Well baby clinic at the elementary school this past year according to the annual report by mrs. John f. Lonergan. The clinic is held the third saturday of the month except july and August sponsored by the Bennington county nurses association. Many of these children the report says receive medical attention because of the clinic and referrals to other clinics for further treatment Are made of found necessary. During the year one referral for a speech evaluation has been made and treatment is continuing and the child is showing improvement. A child with a crossed Eye has been operated and when last seen her whole personality had changed die report adds. L ast october a foot deformity was referred to tile crippled children a clinic and another foot deformity has been referred this month. Continuation of the clinic has been made possible by drs. J. H. Manes William Worthington and Marcel Lewis who have generously donated their time. Two doctors Are present each month on a rotating basis. Mrs. Bachel Kinney mrs. To Berry mrs. To. Buz Ell and miss Leona Saltville have been the registered nurses aiding the doctors. The weighing and measuring have been handled by Gray lady mrs. Wilma Vose assisted by her daughter Linda and Mary Alonzo. The records have been taken care of by mrs. De Levin mrs. Sam Margolin and mrs. M. Alexander. Vitamins have been distributed to those who needed them and the state health department has made Sabin vaccine available and by taking advantage of this Many children have had All three types. Donations from various organizations including nursing and medical groups have amounted to More than $100 this year and there were minimum expenses leaving a substantial sum for tile 1965-66 colleges Quot promotions Are announced Burlington a Robert s. Babcock Provost of the Vermont state colleges has announced the names of 15 faculty members receiving promotions. At Castleton state College the rank of associate professor has been granted to or. Jeremy Brown education or. M. Robert Aborn music or. Jeffrey v. Freeman science and James a. Gilbert psychology the rank of assistant professor to Thomas j. Arlance history and Harold j. Albert sociology. At Johnson the rank of full professor has been granted to or. Selma Guttman English or. Walter a. Minaert physical education and Rollert a. Ellsworth political science the rank of associate professor to Kenneth l. Raymond Library. At Lyndon the rank of full professor has been granted to Graham s. Newell political science and Esther s. Bussell education the rank of associate professor to Peter m. Brown music and Dorian s. Mcgowan Art. At Randolph the rank of associate professor has been granted to Richard Savoy social sciences. In addition to the promotions or. Babcock released the new appointments to the staffs at the four colleges. At Castleton Edwina w. Roberts was appointed instructor in nursing and Holman d. Jordan assistant professor of history. At Johnson miss Alice g. Whiting was appointed assistant professor of education Robert w. Hutchinson assistant professor of education and Colin t. Loader instructor in social sciences. At Lyndon Ballard e. Ebbett or. Was appointed assistant professor of natural science and Walter c. Hasenfus assistant professor of education. At Randolph finn o. Anderson was appointed instructor in physics and mathematics Roger j. Poulin assistant professor and director of the Library and David l. Kantner associate professor and head of the agricultural division. Kilt cation it on femur Washington up a a White House conference on education will be held july 21 to promote a a Lively Exchange of views on the major problems confronting our schools and president Johnson announced the conference tuesday and selected John w. Gardner of new York president of the Carnegie corporation and the Carnegie foundation for the advancement of teaching As its chairman. He also named four state governors As vice chair men at Large democrats Edmund g. Pat Brown of California John b. Connail of Texas and Richard j. Hughes of new Jersey and Republican John h. Reed of Maine

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