Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Mar 9 1966, Page 3

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - March 9, 1966, Bennington, Vermont Lynda Iii re Johnson looks Forward to tour of Europe next summer Washington up a Lynda Bird Johnson barred from visiting Europe last summer by her father s a see the program is hoping to make the grand tour of the continent this summer. The president s daughter has Quot mentioned thoughts of travelling abroad after she is graduated from the University of Texas in june the White House said tuesday. Lynda who celebrates her 22nd birthday March 19, had hoped to go to Europe last summer. But her father s much publicized efforts to encourage would be tourists to see America first led her instead to decide on a camping and Canoe trip out West. The pressure is still on to keep travellers . Minded but apparently not As much at least around the White House. Lynda an All a student is expected to return in the fall for More government and history studies in graduate school. A White House spokesman said Lynda would enjoy browsing around Europe s museums and seeing the sights of Paris and London. But others says she is thinking More about a Gay sojourn on the Riviera with her new Jet set friends. A / / a a a a a a a a Quot a Quot j Chase amp j Bisquick j Sanborn j in. S j Coffee s pkg. \ 2 �?Tnj149 39c Mission sliced s peaches 3 lg.2lhs cans889 s re. Ruilt a i it uhte Salem s Market 831 main St. Ujj Bennington Banner wednesday March 9, i bou�?3 a coat to be seen in. The lady Poole Raincoat fund drive planned a maj. Gen. Usa ret Ernest Harmon standing Between Bennington county co chairmen mrs. Richard e. Posthauer of Manchester at left and mrs. . Fenn of Dorset at right. They stand in front of charts revealing statistics for cancer program Progress in life saving activities and figures showing 1965 fund drive achievement of $104,000 and this year s 1966 state quota of $105,000, a $1,000 increase above a year ago. Plans made for cancer crusade fund drive scheduled in april in London fog the classic look of London fogs lady Poole resembles his but its All hers. Tastefully styled with split shoulder single breasted Fly front stand up Collar and Button closure on cuffs. The water repellent material is calibre cloth Quot 65 % Dacron Quot 35% Cotton backed by extra protective third Barrier Quot construction through the shoulder and Arm areas. Yours to Wash and Wear in sizes 6-18 regular 2-16 Petite. A Kijuc Artel i to to i Putnam Ullin. By a Linnton it. Colonial shopping ctr. Williamstown mass. The state cancer crusade chairman maj. Gen. Usa ret Ernest Harmon of grand Isle recently met at luncheon at the knotty Pine restaurant in Bennington with members of the Bennington county cancer unit which included the co chairmen mrs. Richard e. Posthauer of Manchester and mrs. R. S. Fenn of Dorset and several of their town chairmen. The 21 people present made plans for the annual drive in april when they Hope to raise $10,000. Of the 14 counties in the state Bennington county last year was one of the six which either met or exceeded their 1965 quota and ranked fourth in the state for the highest receipts. Harmon spoke briefly on the need for increasing the state quota which in turn affects each county. All quotas Are larger this year. Contributions will be used for research cancer education and financial Ald to those in need of medical assistance. Cancer is a disease that ranks today second to heart disease As a cause of death. During the meeting Harmon presented the Bennington county cancer unit with the usual certificate of authorization issued by the it. Division of the american cancer society. Following Harmon s talk Bennington s own or. Curtis Flory pathologist at Putnam memorial Hospital and also a member of the Board of trustees of the it. American cancer society explained that 40 cents of every Dollar raised in Vermont goes to the National society to carry out the National program and the remaining 60 cents is spent in the state. Quot you will be pleased a he said Quot to learn that the facilities and Quality of scientists in Vermont especially at Ulm and Putnam memorial Hospital research Center headed by or. Helene Toolan has resulted in the return to Vermont a sum of $165,730 in research funds from 1962-1964.�?� the state has received More National funds in the form of Grants and research funds than the state has contributed to the National society due to its resident scientists. He continued by saying that Early detection has resulted in the greatest number of cures and though research has t come up with the answer of How or Why it nevertheless has discovered methods of controlling the disease for longer and longer periods. Therefore More funds Are constantly required to continue the work done in research. Those present were town chairmen mrs. Clyde Zollars mrs. Fred Colclough mrs. Albert j. Webb mrs. Howard Mars Den mrs. George Markey mrs. Max Grout Stroh Maeir mrs. Willard Lourie mrs. Donald Henenway. Unit members mrs. John Wohnus mrs. James Horne mrs. Edward Horst mrs. Dexter Davis Armand Lampron mrs. Emma Wolynec executive director and Gregg Phipps Field director. All Silver relating reduced 20% during March Only before j after every item related at Sale prices for instance Reg. Sale Price teapots.$2295. $18.37 fruit bowls. .19.95 15.97 Castor Frame 3 Btl. Size it 12.95 10.37 candlestick per Inch it. 1.25 1.00 creamers. It.11.95 9.56 now is an excellent time to restore your worn silverware Antiques and family heirlooms at great savings. All work quadruple Silver plated by our master silversmiths. Sale prices apply to All pieces imaginable. A Castor sets Tea service items trays Etc. Old family items related like new make wonderful gifts so take advantage of these Low prices. Expert repair services available dents removed. Items straightened broken handles legs knobs repaired amp replaced missing parts amp insulators repaired amp replaced new Combs brushes mirrors knife Blades thermos fillers furnished Gold Copper plating Sterling and Pewter expertly refinished Sale ends March 31 bring in Silver today s nov Eck Shultz Fie i Stere to Jet Reler 411 main St. Dial 2-6926 Senate okays legislation for Low Cost College Loans Montpelier a the Senate gave final approval tuesday to legislation setting up a state Agency for Low Cost building Loans to College and secondary educational institutions. The Bill now goes to the governors office to be signed into Law. The Bill has been Oke Eminter a a to president Eugene c. Winslow of Windham College in Putney and president Royce Pitkin of Goddard College in Plainfield. At the request of Ulm and the other state colleges they were included too. It was modelled after similar Laws in new York and Connecticut especially the new York dormitory authority. As explained by sen. Frederick j. Fayette d Chittenden and grand Isle counties the Bill could result in a savings of $150,000 to a College on a $1 million 30-year Bond Issue. The idea is he said to take advantage of the tax empt status of Revenue Bonds issued by the state. It would mean an interest rate i to v4 per cent lower than beauties Are wearing California Sun glasses. Glowing new colors to make lips and fingertips sparkle like Sunshine on surf take your pick of Laguna peach Capistrano Pink California Coral. Then add a honeyed frosting of Rich Barbary Gold Ultra Lucent Creme iridescent lipstick 1.25 iridescent Nail Satin. , top gloss for nails 1.10. By Max Factor main Street Carroll drug store dial 2-6713 Benning top. Vermont ecu atonal institutions could obtain otherwise. The Bill establishes a non profit state financing Agency composed of nine members named by the governor and three sex offi Cio members the commissioners of administration and education and state treasurer. Eligible institutions would be any private non profit school or Ulm and the state colleges. The school would first go to a private Lender then to the state Agency and review terms of th1 loan and the building project. It would be submitted to the governor for approval. Then the Agency would Issue its Bonds and enter into a lease agreement on the building. Sen. Fayette said the Bill does not obligate the state to make Good in Case of default or foreclosure. That responsibility remains with the educational institution. Fayette also said the Bill offers no subsidies. A provision for a $10,000 appropriation was tossed out by the House in favor of one calling for a service charge to the institution. It was also lauded by sen. Ellery r. Purdy a Rutland county who said it would do for educational institutions what the state Industrial building authority does for the revival of Industry and the securing of new businesses. The new Way to total Home heating Comfort Agoy Petroleum corp. Max Perrotta mgr. Dial 2-6800 All new 1966 re nth the handcrafted col Rev featuring greater picture brightness with Zenith Sunshine color picture tube the Benson. 5320w distinctive danish modern to boy styling. In genuine Oil finished Walnut veneers and select Hardwood solids. Zenith Quality front mounted twin Cone 5 x 3 speaker. Tone control. Zenith patented vhf spot Lite dial. Extra care in the Zenith handcrafted to Chassis for greater dependability and fewer service problems there Are no printed circuits and no production shortcuts in Zenith a 100% hardwired to Chassis. Extra care in Zenith s precision tuner exclusive Gold contacts in Zenith a super Gold video guard tuning system provide longer to life and greater picture stability. Extra care in Quot capacity plus components All Zenith components and parts exceed maximum circuit Load requirements. Components Are not overworked hence they last longer. The extra care of skilled craftsmanship makes the Quality difference in Zenith color to prices Start at 349.95 choose the color to that built better to last longer e t. Williams Hunt St. We Don t talk service we give it Binn Moton

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