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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - June 29, 1965, Bennington, Vermont Forestry tour Vermont woman honoured Bennington Banner tuesday june 29, 1965-3 Burton w. Rush of Dennis p. Denio Michael j. Stankewich three from area in Vermont shipmate co. Burlington three Young men from Bennington county were sworn in the Vermont Shlitt mate company during Navy ceremonies held Here saturday. The three Are Burton w. Bushee jr., son of or. And mrs. Bushee of 116 Oakes st., Bennington Dennis p. Denio son of or. And mrs. Chester Denio of Shaftsbury and Michael j. of Redboro. Following welcoming talks by mayor Francis Cain of Burlington and it. Gov. John j. Daley the group was addressed by rear . William b. Sieglaff commandant of the first naval District in Boston. Adm. Sieg Laff administered the oath of allegiance to the 86 new recruits who comprise the sixth Vermont shipmate co. Bushee is a 1965 graduate of Bennington High school who has worked for Thurber s garage. He enlisted As a fireman recruit in the vocational High school graduate program As machine repairman. Denio also a 1965 Beyhl graduate was employed by Paul w. Bohne s Orchards. He enlisted in the nuclear Field Seaman recruit program. Stank owl cd a 1964 graduate of Whitingham High school was employed by mount Snow ski area and enlisted in the High school airman recruit program. Beni Honor Roll line ral or. Albert Ebeling Townsend it. Up a funeral services were held today in White funeral Home for or. Albert Ebeling 82, a co Developer of the typhus vaccine. A resident of nearby Jamaica for 31 years he died saturday at Grace cottage Hospital. He was widely known for his work with or. Alexis Carrel the heart specialist and was a member of the research team that kept a Chicken heart muscle alive for 34 years. He leaves his widow Lilliane. Drip dry Cotton Waltz gown. Juvenile shop the Honor Roll tor the fourth marking period at Bennington High school was released today As follows Grade 12 a Marie Becker a Marle Bergquist James Betts Kathleen Danforth Nancy Finnegan John Gaye Thomas Harrington Barbara. Hathaway a Llllian Hurlburt april Madison Mary Moninger Alan mos Kovitz Lynn Oldendorph Joan Sibley Joanne Valier Robert Walker Diane Whitney and Linda Wirasnik. Grade la a Sheila Betit Marjorie Dean Susan Gilmore Lodle Ann Graves Charlotte Greer Leslie Heald Gloria Hollister a tames Keir Beth Ann Maier Joanne Pello Jacqueline Reynolds Janis Vince and Mary Julie Wolf. Grade to a Karen Allen a Dianne Beecher Jeffrey Bergquist Ann Eddington Carol Foley Nancy Humphrey Marshall Knapp i i m melt student probes reasons for milk allergy Burlington a a University of Vermont medical student has received a scholarship to investigate on allergy to cow s milk. Albert l. Sullivan of Hingham mass., a second year student at the Ulm College of Medicine has been awarded a $600 scholarship for research and clinical training in allergy by the allergy foundation of America. Sullivan will carry out the work under or. Thomas b. To Mast associate professor and chairman of the division of experimental Medicine. Subject of his research is entitled a the nature of the Antigens and antibodies in allergy to cows Sullivan is attempting to isolate and study protein material Antigens responsible for the allergy to cows milk developed by some humans particularly Young children. North Donnington Road Bennington it. Winter Hill juices Apple prune Orange Apricot nectar Apple grape Apricot nectar 32 of. Bottle 4 for restaurant the a up Anodyne Terrace dining Beautiful relaxing distinguished atmosphere. Buffet luncheons Complete gourmet dinners served on our new terrace1 a amp Cru nude restaurant Woof main st., Bennington it. Tai. 442-5418 Joan Mollica Sharon Rackliffe a Nancy rallis and John Riddle. Grade 9 a Rhoda Candib Paula Grover Gregory Heil Nell mat a Olson David Shaffe a James Shoemaker Christine Sleeman and Jane Wolf. Grade 8 a David Carrier Mona Gates x-6hella Iskowitz Bruce Lackey a Edward Lother Diane rallis Paul Riddle and a Dale Wilson. Grade 7 a Tracey Harrington a Karen Hogan Rachel Labrie Margaret Leblanc Joseph Monroe Georgene Mouroutsos Cathy Noyes Jeanne Prouty Craig Reynolds Anthony Sausville a Abigail Shapiro Lynne Sherman and a Joan Walker. A a denotes All a a. Slain Many a kidney goes a for transplant Dallas up a within minutes after a Young gunshot victim died surgeons at Parkland Hospital Early monday wheeled in a patient and gave him one of the slain Man s kidneys in a five hour operation. The operation was a Success. The patient whose name was withheld at his family a request was placed in the intensive care unit and was listed in critical condition. It was the fifth kidney transplant at Parkland the Hospital where president John f. Kennedy was pronounced dead in november 1963. Surgeons removed the kidney from the body of David m. Pineda 21, who died in surgery two hours after he was shot in the head and Les. He had been brought to the Hospital by a Man who said he heard four pistol shots and found Pineda on the ground. Police were investigating the shooting. Hospital authorities got permission from both families for the kidney transplant when it became apparent Pineda would not survive. A team of surgeons from the southwestern medical school performed the transplant. Planned july 17 in Bennington the fourth annual Field trip of the Bennington county Forest association has been set for july 17 this year starting at to . At the North Bennington Railroad station. County forester David c. Barton and county agent John c. Page have planned a tour that will stress the Bennington area As opposed to previous years in which the tour has concentrated on Northern parts of the county. Persons who join the tour will visit the scotch Pine Plantation of George Holt in Walloon Sac ., that has been sheared and trimmed for Christmas Trees. The six year old tree Plantation of All species of Ferinand l. Mayer in old Bennington is the tour s next Stop. After partaking of a Box lunch tour participants Are asked to bring their own on the shaded lawns of Fairdale farms the Forest association will Supply cold milk. Handmade furniture at the old Bennington Wood rafters will be the next Stop followed by a demonstration of How Hemlock responds to a Hardwood release Cut on the Small woodlot of Lester Harwood in Bennington. The Field trip is expected to be Over by 3 . Montpelier a rep. Kena Lene Collins a Readsboro reported this morning that she appears to be losing her fight to secure a $10,000 appropriation for insect infestation Spray in Bennington Windham and Rutland counties. She has been appealing to the House and Senate appropriations committees for the funds to combat the Gypsy Moth and Forest tent Caterpillar. Sen. Edward g. Janeway a Windham county a told me he has bigger things to worry about a mrs. Collins said. A if i had asked him for $1 million he probably would have taken me More mrs. Collins bases much of her evidence for the need for spraying on the opinion of Perry Merrill commissioner of forests and Parks. She quoted Merrill As saying a i am through trying to gain Money from Janeway but if the $10,000 is not appropriated this session Vermont can look Forward to a serious infestation by those insects next mrs. Collins has also spoken Thrift shop workers list week were mrs. Lillian Kleine mrs. . Cross mrs. Peggy Haug and mrs. Juna Fuller. On hand Are Many summer dresses bathing suits Caps and shorts a pair of White silk lounging pyjamas a Good sewing machine three bedside tables two a suitcases suitable tor campers one set of very Large curlers a toilet Brush Container Golf club bag children a White hats Flower seeds Canning jars. Requests have come in tor paperbacks jewelry vacuum cleaner pillows and cushions. With sen. George d. Aiken last week who acknowledged that there seems to be no Federal Ald available for the project. The Readsboro legislator said the Spray to be used is known As Sevin and is said not to be harmful to Birds or wildlife. Store open 9 . By project head Start county court Nancy l. Thompson miss Thompson graduates from Mary Fletcher Burlington miss Nancy Lee Thompson Daugher of or. And mrs. Charles w. Thompsonjr. Of Willow Road Bennington was among the 13 graduates of Mary Fletcher Hospital school of a Ray technique at exercises held at Southwick Hall Ulm Campus june 27. Miss Thompson is a 1963 graduate of North Bennington High school. Guest speaker was Oscar s. Petterson jr., m.d., f.a.c.r., associate professor of radiology Ulm College of Medicine. Lester Richwagen Mary Fletcher Hospital administrator presided at the exercises and announced that the graduation class had an average of 91.8 in its National registry examination in May. It was also noted that the National average was 78 and Mary Fletcher Hospital had the top average in the nation. Miss Thompson will be employed by the orthopaedics associates in Bennington starting in August. Washington . A an East Fairfield vt., woman will play a key role in ceremonies to be held Here wednesday officially marking head Start Day a Day set by president Johnson in recognition of one phase of his War on poverty. The president s wife lady Bird Johnson will present a head Start Flag to mrs. Lou a Glim of East Fairfield director of an operation head Start project for to children. She was invited As a special participant in the ceremonies to emphasize that even the smallest communities Are helping to meet the Challenge of preparing deprived children for Entrance into school this fall. The ceremonies Are to begin at i p. In. In the Jacqueline Kennedy Garden at the White House. Mrs. Johnson will first receive from Sargent Shriver coordinator of the presidents War on poverty a head Start Flag. The Exchange will symbolize the flying of such flags in Many of the 2,300 communities across the country where operation head Start projects Are to be carried out. Federal funds were received monday by the Bennington county economic Opportunity Council inc. For an operation head Start project to be carried out at Bennington College this summer. The project in which some 35 children Are to be enrolled is under the direction of mrs. Marlon c. Downes director of the colleges Nursery school. The project begins july 6 and will run eight weeks. Mrs. Downes and other head Start project teachers Are currently at Goddard College for a special orientation course following the ceremony mrs. Johnson will be hostess at a reception for a sampling of volunteers on the National program Comsat station in Maine open to visitors Andover Maine a the american Telephone and Telegraph co. Has announced the reopening of its satellite ground station Here to visitors. Tours will be provided Between 9 . And 5 . Each Day including saturdays sundays and holidays. Advance reservations Are not required. Since telstar i was launched into orbit july to 1962, More than 360,000 persons have visited the satellite station located on a space Hill in Andover la Miles from Rumford Maine. Communications still continued with telstar ii launched in May 1963. However the chief work at the station now is in connection with the Early Bird communications satellite placed in orbit on april 6 by the communications satellite corporation. Under contract to com sat since late 1964, satellite station is the terminal for communications to and from Early Bird and european ground stations. Authentic Hollywood up it accurate reproductions of ancient bushmen Cave paintings will be in scenes from a Sands of the As Well As representatives and staff from across the country. Her guests will be some 50 volunteers and project directors from All Over the country who have done outstanding work in helping bring project head Start into being. On hand also will be stage and television Star Danny Kaye noted for his work with the disadvantaged children of Many nations. Kaye will speak to the guests on the rewards of working with children. The More than half a million children who will be enrolled in 13,500 head Start projects throughout the country will not Only be better Able to enter school on a Par with their classmates but will receive medical and dental checkups and Eye glasses if needed. Manchester a Superior judge Dale w. Brooks of Stowe who is presiding Over the june term of Bennington county court Here granted seven divorces at hearings last week. Judge Brooks according to county clerk George h. Plumb has left for a summer school for trial judges in Boulder Colo. The june term of the court is not expected to resume until the Middle of september. The divorces granted last week Are the following Raymond e. Granger or. Of Woodford from Ruth h. Granger of Hoosick Falls Beatrice c. Bacon of Arlington from Roland e. Bacon of Arlington Jennie l. Bailey of Bennington from Frank m. Bailey of Bennington Lillian e. Crawford of Bennington from Francis e. Crawford of Bennington Salvatore j. Mangano of Pownal from Doris m. Mangano of Troy Herbert e. Stratton of Bennington from Colleen m. Stratton of Arlington Marion r. Smith of Bennington from Edward m. Smith of Glens Falls Plumb also reported that attorneys for both sides in a chancery court Case brought by Mabel e. Waite against Thomas Demarco had asked the judge for findings of fact after a hearing on june 14. The Issue in the Case is whether Demarcos lease for property on the North Bennington Road covers a second Story apartment. Mrs. Waite is represented by Sennett and Sennett and Demarco by atty. John b. Harte. You a lose. The racy looking car in the picture would have trouble beating a Volkswagen. Because it is a Volkswagen. Inside. Outside its a Karmann Ghia. A Karmann Ghia Isnit really a racing car. Though it s custom built like one. Its lines Are too sculptured for mass production. The front fender for instance has to be formed in three sections. Each Section is welded together. Then ground Down filed and sanded. All by hand. But beneath that Wanton exterior beats a heart of Volkswagen. Same engine same Chassis same transmission. Which Means same reliability same Economy same service. We know a Ghia can to do much at the Sebring Road races. 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