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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - June 23, 1966, Bennington, Vermont Boy scout by Steven Rie l troop 53 scribe four scouts of troop 53 tuesday night passed requirements for the cooking Merit badge by among other things preparing summer Lins schedules announced summer schedules for Vermont transit lines become effective thursday according to . Wolcott general sales manager. Six trips daily to Albany and new York City will depart Bennington at 7 ., 11 35 ., 2 50 ., 7 20 ., 9 35 And 2 25 Northbound service to Rutland Burlington and Montreal will depart from Bennington at 5 05 10 30 ., 12 35 ., 3 40p.m. 7 50 And 10 25 Wolcott added All eight of Vermont transit s new High level luxury liner buses Are now in service and will be used along with the single level rest room equipped buses on the expanded summer schedule. Mrs. Annie ebb has with Birt inlay mrs. Annie Webb celebrated her 90th birthday Friday june 17, at the Home of or. And mrs. Wendell Carey of 203 Dewey St. With whom she has resided for some time. She was the recipient of Many Calls gifts cards Flowers and cakes Etc. With birthday congratulations. On sunday she enjoyed a dinner at the lamp Post in Berlin n.y., after attending Church services in Pittstown where mrs. Carey a Nephew the Rev. David Hubbard preaches. In the afternoon she took a ride to Salern. On monday a aunt Annie a a As she is known by All was guest of Honor at the Green Mountain homemakers picnic held at the Camp and Home of or. And mrs. Richard Hyde in Pownal. Mrs. Webb and mrs. Carey have been friends for 34 years having let Een neighbors in Hoosick Falls. Mrs. Webb enjoys Good health and still is admired Forkert it eau Tifful Crochet work. It in Hells Lele rate Silver anniversary or. And mrs. Harold Winchell formerly of Bennington and North Bennington and now of Hialeah fla., will be celebrating their Silver wedding anniversary june 27. They will be in the Bennington area at this time and any local friends and relatives wishing to extend congratulations Toth couple May do so at an open House to be held in their Honor sunday june 26 from 2 to 5 At the Home of or. And mrs. Alfred la Crox of 303 North St. Pit in Pac groceries have 3 locations to serve you re tunable prices i u k shopping open seven i is \ week to to For a Quick meal try our to boy submarines next to Pic in Pac in the Flats ones a meal same hours and serving what was described by their adult Counselor As a a nine course the four were Wayne Jacobs George Kerbs Richard Stratton and Chris Bergquist. Each had chosen Roy Bergquist the chairman of the troop committee As their Counselor. Also attending the feast were Richard Howe Timmy Stratton and James Harrington. As part of the session Richard had passed his cooking requirements for first class scout and Timmy had passed his cooking requirements for second class scout. Others present for the special meal were Jack Stratton and assistant scoutmaster George Kerbs or. Both of whom also serve on the troop committee. To earn a cooking Merit badge one of the badges required of Eagle scout rank a scout must do the following build a fir place using any of an assortment of specified materials build a fire in the fireplace prove to his Counselor that he can Cook a satisfactory meal for at least four persons including meat hot soup two Garden vegetables a dessert that requires cooking and a hot beverage pack properly for transportation the necessary materials for this meal and then clean his utensils and extinguish the fire. This same group of scouts will be going on a 50-mile hike on the Long Trail starting Friday. The hike will be led by Jack Stratton. Martin Betts will also be leaving this Friday for his journey to Philmont ranch. The ranch located in new Mexico will provide him with three weeks of rugged scout training. Any scouts who wish to Contact scoutmaster Kendall f. Adams should address mail to him at Rangeley me., where he is currently vacationing. New state out la ail is i Imidee t set Bennington banns thur it Day Juno 2 i 19hh�?5 Vermont students engage in Honduras project their ideas were brightest a As other mail personnel gather around Bennin Ter Stanley j. Pekalski. Second from left in the foreground honors three employees pc Gest ions to the Post office department that have resulted in improved postal service. Holding certificates and award checks to the right Are Robert j. Mckeon Cecil a. Greene and Wallace e Jones who received an award for the second time. At far right is Bernard Ryan Mast in. In postmas making Sug Distant Post Hamilton two University of Vermont students and one from Bennington College left from new York City wednesday to spend eight weeks in Honduras. Two other students left last week while two More will leave next. All Are taking part in the Vermont Honduras summer project which is part of the Cornell in Central America program. Departing wednesday for Chi Sulla were Ronald Holland of Essex Junction and Mary Taylor of Albany n.y., both Ulm students and Barbara Gloseffi of Wanbaugh n.y., a student at Bennington College. Last thursday Bonita Fogg of Morrisville and Patricia Ramsey of Belmont mass., Ulm and Middlebury College students respectively left for Colonia Divanna coma Yagiela. On monday june 27, Mary Twitchell of Burlington and Nancy Seldin of new York City will leave for Magdalena Malpas Atlas. Miss Twitchell is enrolled at Ulm. Miss Seldin at Bennington. The Cornell in Central America program is designed to provide Concrete experiences among disadvantaged people. All students participating pay at least half of their expenses and receive no salary. They will spend the summer working on pro it acts in such areas As construction nutrition and Public works. In preparation for the trip the four Ulm students spent three weeks of intensive study of Spanish under the direction of David Butler of the Romance language department. The participants Are scheduled to return in mid August. Sun excused Albuquerque . Up a Jarvis p. Garrett son of sheriff Pat Garrett who killed Billy the kid in 1881, was excused from a jury monday when the defense attorney challenged All persons related to Law officers. St. Joseph College Deans list citations Montpelier up a the new director of the Vermont neighbourhood youth corps will submit plans for a new state project wednesday. Forrest r. Perkins of Randolph will submit a request for 235,011 for the youth corps program for 1966-67. Perkins said the new project is designed to employ 160 youngsters in schools throughout the state for one year beginning sept. 2, 1966. He said he will submit his request to the . Department of labor office in Boston wednesday. A summer project for 300 High school students got under Way in Vermont schools this week. It will be operated under a $95,500 supplemental Grant from the . Labor department last month. In addition Burlington will have its own summer program similar to the one it conducted last Winter. Burlington is the Only school in the state Large enough to qualify for a separate project. Five Dav w forecast Boston up a the new England temperature during the next five Days thursday through monday will average Over seven degrees above the seasonal Normal. The . Weather Bureau said today temperatures will be higher thursday and Friday but somewhat cooler sunday and monday. Some normals for the period Are Boston 70 Worcester 67 Nantucket 63 Providence r.i., 69 Concord n.h., 67 Burlington vt., 69 and in Maine Portland 65 Eastport 58 Caribou 61 and Greenville 62. St. Joseph College announces the names of students on the Deans list for the second semester Jan. To june. Seniors Vermont Bennington Thomas Bluto Sandra Burggraf Judy Caron James Harrington Lorraine Lillie Linda Patterson Judith White mrs. Ethel Pratt Carolyn Staines also Quebec Canad Pamela Vachon. North Bennington Rosemary Flynn Joann Shaw Margaret Thayer. Arlington Suzanne both Timothy Lindsey John Mason. Shaftsbury Joan Lyon. West Rutland Patricia Mcgann. Brattleboro Richard Rey nolds Paul Ross. Massachusetts North Adams Arlene Cimo Nette Marie Farinon Caroline Roberts Judith Sorel David Yorke Robert Rosette Mary Ann Ford Anthony Gattuso Louise Sorel Michael Nimmons. Williams town a Joseph judge new York Glens Falls Carol Connaught ton Carolyn Frank Elizabeth Hickey Petersburg Linda Scriven. Buskirk Richard Eddy. Freshmen Vermont Bennington Marie Becker brother Dennis Fleming . Jean Fox Reml Corriveau Dennis Gauthier Rosemary Denio Barbara Gould Christina Hart Diane Myers Walter Saddler no applications filed by Bacilli of groups Montpelier up a the Vermont racing commission says it has still to receive applications from either of the two groups who have indicated an interest in establishing Parl Mutual race tracks in Northern Vermont. Commission chairman Fred Davis of Newport said he knows Little about the two corporations and he indicated it would be a Long time let before the commission would make a decision on the applications once they were received. Davis pointed out that the ? Are Long and complicated. He also said the commission would have to inspect the Sites to determine whether the locations were appropriate and beneficial. The two groups which have filed articles of association to apply for a Pari Mutual License Are Champlain Downs inc. Of Alburg and the Swanton International raceway inc of Swanton. 3 i two b Billy \ Sullivan \ All rooms with both television a rooms with \ the Friendly hotel private. Radio air conditioning write by plan a special student rates Walter j. Carney general manager free overnight Auto parking from mo00 lied Cross Bloodmobile Here next wednesday also of Canton miss Donna Strobridge. North Bennington sister Joseph Ellen s.t.v., Beatrice by owe. Shaftsbury Nora Breen Deborah Kitten Frank Orr Brent Peacock Richard Williams. Pownal Milton Pratt Dean Dixon Rutland Linda Fenson Joseph Flory Michael Laplana Joanne Lemmo Thomas Sheehan Arlington Diane Mckeighan Wallingford Elaine Fredette Ludlow Peter Milnes Massachusetts North Adams Francis Abul is Robert Brownsword Donald Chesbro James Mcgowan Mary Ellen Murphy Richard Millis Stanley Owczarski Richard Patenaude Raymond Richer Michael Segala John Ternan Lawrence George. Clarksburg Wayne Goodwin Adams John Juby Pittsfield Patricia Flaherty Williamstown Jane Gulden new York Cambridge Donna Hunt Carolyn Wocell Hoosick Falls James Bulson Kenneth Cipperly Leo Laroche Berlin Linda Jandrow Hollis Long Island St. Albans Mary Tumelty Council questions Civ programs Boston a in written testimony today before the House committee on agriculture the new England Council warned the Federal government against creating any new planning programs which would overlap and duplicate existing programs now in the process of being implemented. The Council specifically expressed reservations concerning the Community development District act which it said would duplicate the 701 planning programs administered by the housing and Urban development department. Abc executive vice president Gardner a. Caverly stated that legislation already on the books and in the process of being implemented included a the Public works and eco nomic development act of 1965 which provided among other things authority for the establishment of regional commissions with Broad responsibilities for planning for the future development of the Region. A new England River Basin commission to Deal with new England a water problems on a regional Basin. A the establishment of Community action planning groups under the poverty program. A activities of the Rural development office in the department of agriculture. These programs All provide authority for comprehensive planning he of these various Federal programs is a relatively new development said Caverly a and effective coordination of these programs in a Given Region or area is just in the process of being worked the Council pointed to the importance of senator muskies a Maine intergovernmental cooperation act now pending before Congress which would Call for regular review Cfall Federal Grant in Aid programs to determine current needs and establish priorities. The Nec stressed the need for a a Central focal Point for the comprehensive planning and coordination of Federal state and local governmental efforts. In commenting on the Community development act the Nec said that the programs already cited provide a significant opportunities to engage in coordinated planning to strengthen Rural As Well As Urban areas. The red Cross Bloodmobile will be coming to the elks barn Here next wednesday for the last visit of the red Cross fiscal year according to mrs. Robert m. Parmelee blood program chairman for the local county chapter. The hours will be from 11 45 Until 5 30 And the quota is a minimum of too pints of blood. First time donors Are always very Welcome and their help is urgently needed to keep the program functioning and the blood needs met in Vermont hospitals and for our Vermont residents mrs. Parmelee emphasized. Officials at the local chapter office received a Call from Putnam memorial Hospital last week requesting that two Onega Tive Type donors were needed with two More to be alerted in Case the blood would be needed in a surgical Case. This special need came because the blood Center had been Able to collect far less than needed the week before and could not Send Down enough of this rare Type to fill the local hospitals needs. As always in an emergency of this kind the response to the Appeal was immediately met by the Loyal donors in this area whose willing cooperation is deeply appreciated. A request for at least too negative donors to come to give blood next wednesday has been received from the Burlington blood Center. The Bennington county red Cross chapter is one of 1700 chapters in the United states. Actively engaged in collecting blood. Last year a total of 2,-775,200 units of blood was donated through the red Cross. A total of 302,000 volunteers served in the red Cross blood program last year giving two and a half million hours of service. Each time the Bloodmobile visits Bennington about 50 volunteers give their time to help the drawing go along smoothly. Volunteers on the Telephone committee who will be calling donors for appointments this weekend Are mrs. Archie Camp jr., mrs. Lewis Carpenter mrs. Earl Harvey mrs. John Kennedy jr., mrs. John Luster mrs. William c. Sennett. Miss Gladys y. Leslie and mrs. Wilbur c. Rice will serve As Gray ladies. Donors of All blood types Are needed each time the Bloodmobile comes. Transportation is always available by calling the red Cross office 442-9458. Canvas shoes Canvas am la a wit Adams co is shop a shoes too Quot Cli ii i Loht Prius Ltd is Pokh Conlon is it n Rich it i i tic unc e a i it i Sal is Koto it i i Atkins and Gould j fax flubs 409 main Strek Bennington it Mont my liar i on la represents \ t. It Myca meet Montpelier a Charles ferry son of or. Ronald ferry of Montpelier will represent Vermont at the National Myca youth governors conference in Washington . On june 25-28, the Montpelier Fly club elected ferry to be the Delegate to this program and serve As the youth governor observer. High school students across the nation will be taking part in this Myca youth and government program. Gov. Philip h. Hoff is serving As an honorary member of the National sponsoring committee for 1966. Women loin Plain Washington up a seven women members of Congress have appealed to president Johnson to help eliminate discrimination based on sex in the selection of state and Federal juries. The women lawmakers expressed disappointment tuesday that the administrations civil rights Bill would Deal with the outright exclusion of women from juries in three states a Alabama South Carolina and Mississippi. They said the measure would not affect the variety of sex discrimination in 25 other states and the District of Columbia. The Bennington Banner telephones business. .442-6300 newsroom. .442-2800 advertising. .442-2684 the Bennington Banner is pub shed Dally except sunday and Legal holidays at 425 main St., Bennington vt., 15201 by the Banner up bushing corporation. Members of United press International which is entitled exclusively to use for Reub Catlon of a local news printed in this newspaper As Well Asau up news dispatches. 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