Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives May 21 1965, Page 6

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - May 21, 1965, Bennington, Vermont Fly Bennington Banner Friday May 21, 1965 state vet says w 60 students filed to Date in Dpi employment project Manchester a As Many As 60 students have filed for work with the youth employment service a project of the Manchester business and professional women a club and More than 50 Job openings Are on file mrs. Bernice Graham chairman said today. The service has offices in the court House on the second floor which Are open from 1-4 . Tuesdays thursdays and fridays mrs. Graham said. The Telephone number is 362-1410. Fifteen prospective employers have contacted the office voluntarily she continued and there Are about 30 solicitors in the Bow who Are seeking other employers who would consider teen age help. It was reported that headmaster . Henry of Burr and Burton Seminary has been working closely with the service and several students Are being interviewed now by prospective employers. Among jobs teen agers can do Are restaurant and hotel work babysitting car window and Dis washing delivery and pickup service clean up work dog and Plant sitting wallpaper removal mothers Helper fix it Man Garden caretaker House cleaning typing service Lawn mowing answering service shut in a Helper and tutoring. Other Bow members working on the project Are mrs. Mae Winslow prospective employers committee mrs. Jean Schramm publicity poster committee mrs. Ethel Bennett newspaper publicity president mrs. Irma Zentz volunteers for office work mrs. Betty Kamber and mrs. Irene Campbell student interviewing committee. Names of other Volunteer workers will be announced later. L travel rate of rabies �?~90 Miles in 45 Days tto a or la or i j r pm h i 1 til proposed town office Dorset Dorset eighth graders Fly Rutland skies Complete Auto tune up a in Abson a Sinclair service Sinclair Corner main amp Beech its Fred Babson prop a 4422619 Woodiw Oimas thirsty Cotton Terry Bath towels of perfect d 1% Rayon to Nylon 72 x 90" Blanket of perfect 2.dd you have to see them to appreciate the big savings. Slight irregularities that wont affect looks or Wear. In popular colors. Solids prints. Your Money s Worth More at Woolworth 441 main Street Bennington Vermont amazing value Beautiful striped effect Blanket has slight irregularities that won t impair its Long Wear serviceability. In popular colors. Dorset a Grade 8 at Dorset elementary school had a sky High tour of Rutland thursday thanks to Leon Edgerton local aviator who treated All students to a plane ride in his four passenger Cessna 182. For 17 of the 22 pupils it was their first experience in flying and they seemed to Greet it fearlessly. The class equipped with parental permissions were driven by car to Rutland Airport where they were met by Edgerton he too equipped with credentials a More than 1,500 hours of flying time had flown his plane from its Dorset hangar in about 15 minutes. Accompanying Edgerton was an equally fearless Banner correspondent. After Edgerton offered a briefing of the plane s controls flying techniques and speeds the pupils were flown off in groups of three to the a wild Blue yonder some 1,000 feet High cruising at 130 Miles per hour. It took All morning to Complete the flight schedule which included a ride for the Drivers and Charles Boyce the students teacher who proved As eager As the rest. Some enjoyed the take off some the bumps caused by wind currents and others liked watching the plane Bank for its Landing. Patricia Riggs liked Best the doll House View of Rutland she saw. Edgerton who acquired his interest and instruction in flying when he was trained As a primary flight instructor in the . Navy during world War ii has owned his own plane for a number of years. He now keeps it in a Han a. Laddies. Save is the word % anticipated annual rate Semi annually visit us and learn about All the Many savings plans. At. Bennington Coop savings and loan association ish South Street Bennington Vermont Skinner flying Dorset frs Grade 8 of the Dorset elementary school posed thursday in Rutland w Ith Leon Edgerton right the Community s a a flying Farmer a who treated the class to a ride Over the Marble City in his Cessa 182. For 17 of the 22 pupils it was their first ride in a Plune. Gar on a Field with adequate space for a Landing strip near his Home. As Active members of the Vermont flying Farmers the Only ones in Dorset the Edge tons frequently join sunday Outing groups that meet As far away As Niagara Falls. Mrs. Edgerton a Canadian by birth is often flown Home by her husband for a visit with her parents in Ottawa. In addition to the fun of introducing children to new experiences Edgerton said he hoped this flying trip would encourage the children a interest in learning to Fly. By Jackie Breen Manchester a occupying selectmen a attention Here tuesday night at their regular meeting was a letter from town clerk Clara May Hemenway pointing out both her concern about the spread of rabies toward this area and her inability to provide selectmen by May 15 with a completed list of dogs in town As required of her by Law. The reason for this miss Hemenway said is that town listers have failed As yet to give her also As required by Law a list of local dogs which they were to have enumerated by May i. Such a list when compared with her records would pinpoint unlicensed dogs and unlicensed dogs she suggested have prob bids asked for Dorset town Oti Lee Dorset a bids for construction of a town office building in East Dorset have been invited by the Board of selectmen Here. The sealed bids will be opened at 7 30 . June 7 at town manager James Beebe a office also in East Dorset. Contracts drawings and specifications for the four room cinder Block building Are on file at the office now and May be obtained Between 8 . And 12 noon any Day except saturday and sunday according to the Board. Copies May be obtained by a $5 Deposit in Cash or Check payable to the town of Dorset for each set. The amount of Deposit will be refunded within to Days after june 7. Forest fire Burns property of Pearl Buck Winhall a a Forest fire on the property of authoress Pearl s. Buck Here late thursday afternoon burned Over an estimated 20 acres of sugar Bush behind miss Bucko a summer Home and was brought under control less than too feet from one of her buildings. Firemen of the Winhall fire dept expressed Relief that there was no wind and that they were Able to Stem the fire just before it hit a Large Evergreen stand. A neighbor Down the pikes Falls Valley Paul Brazer of Jamaica reported seeing smoke to miss Bucko a caretaker David Hamilton also of Jamaica who in turn called the fire department. Between 35 to 40 Volunteer firemen responded with Indian pumps shovels and rakes and worked for almost two hours be Breen stamping it out members of the Winhall Eire dept., Eire Warden Paul Edgerton and neighbors of author Pearl Buck worked together thursday to put out a Forest fire that burned Over 20 acres of sugar Bush and threatened her summer Home Here. Seen through the smoke left to right Are twin Ameden and Sulo Salo of Winhall and Charles Hamilton of Jamaica. Weary a Charles Hamilton of Jamaica takes a deep breath during firefighting late thursday afternoon on the property of Pearl Buck in Bondville. Interior and exterior Dupont paint wide color selection h. Greenberg amp son inc. 321 main St. Bennington dial 2-6324 fore the fire was controlled. Some of the men were accompanied by their wives and children who also aided. Paul Edgerton Winhall fire Warden said he would assign seven or eight men to watch the area overnight because of the danger of fire spreading underground. Cause of the fire was undetermined firemen said. Miss Buck and her family who live in Pennsylvania were not at their Home Here at the time. Good resp to Puiul drive firemen say Manchester a a a very satisfactory response to the financial Campaign of the Manchester firefighters association for funds to build a new firehouse was reported thursday by Douglas Shaw chairman of the finance committee. Shaw said the association had received approval to put up a fund drive a a thermometer near the office of potentials real estate at Manchester Center. The gauge is already under construction he said. At a meeting of the firefighters last night it was decided to install a plaque in the firehouse when completed of All donors who have pledged and paid $200 or More. Installation of the plaque will not be done until after the drive is completely Over Shaw said reminding residents that this includes a three year term for pledges. The firefighters however have set july 15 As a Cut off Date for the Active drive. Shaw said All interested persons should feel free to Contact any member of the associations trustees or finance committee for information. They Are Joseph Harring ton Lynford Bourn Joseph Markey and Bernice Wilcox trustees George j. Heaslip Christopher Swezey and Shaw finance committee. Howard b. Ambrose is president of the organization and Howard c. Dailey treasurer. Manchester Jackie Breen 362-2259 members of the first Baptist Church held their annual meeting on sunday evening and following a social hour and reports by various officers elected the following people to serve for the coming year Oakley k. Porter Moderator mrs. Ray c. Hartwell clerk mrs. Earle e. Storrs collector mrs. Philip g. Squires assistant collector John b. Hawkins treasurer James West Church school superintendent mrs. Norman Cadoret superintendent mrs. Robert Mattison Secretary treasurer of Church school and mrs. Robert l. Anderson auditor. Also Ora Converse Junior Deacon for two year term mrs. Edgar w. Johnson deaconess for four year term Earle e. Storrs and Harold Waters Prudential committee for three year term. Oakley k. Porter was elected senior Deacon for life tenure. Able not been vaccinated. Town manager Oakley k. Porter however pointed out that in the nine years he has been manager no Board of listers had Ever presented such a list. A the unlicensed dog is no longer a simple matter of lost income to the town it is a serious health menace a the town clerk reiterated today. Miss Hemenway in a recent column in the local weekly Here warned about the approach of rabies to Manchester and recounted a speech about the disease made by or. A. E. Jana Wicz director of Vermont livestock division dept of agriculture at a meeting of town clerks and treasurers in Montpelier recently. Or. Janawicz in an interview wednesday with the Banner urged that preventive measures be taken against the spread of the infection which is travelling at the rate of about 90 Miles in 45 Days. Southern Vermont is a a sandwiched Between two spreading areas where rabies exists in Central Massachusetts to the South and Washington county to the North according to or. Janawicz. There is no known cure for rabies commonly called hydrophobia in Man. No Case of human survival has Ever been reported he said. Since All registered dogs have been vaccinated in order to be licensed it is the stray or unlicensed dog which poses the greatest threat to the human of any species of animal because of its close association to Man he added. An informed and aroused citizenry is the Best possible defense against rabies the doctor said adding a i Don t think anyone can Over emphasize the need for stray dog control. What we do today will keep it rabies from coming Here of particular concern is the fact that stray dogs often frequent school play Yards or. Janawicz commented. Dogs having no Collar or harness with dog tags attached should be re ported to a town officer immediately he urged and the penalty for non licensing of a dog Over four months old is a Fine of from $25 to $100 and loss of the animal of owner refuses to comply. According to or. Janawicz it is estimated that Between 300,-000 to 500,000 people yearly receive the Pasteur treatment to prevent infection after exposure to rabies. The series of abdominal injections required is unpleasant expensive and not without danger to the patient. Persons bitten by a dog cat or other animal whether it shows signs of rabies or not should consult a physician immediately and also ask the owner to take the animal to a veterinary Hospital for observation. The doctor is obliged to report the bite to the town health officer. Any animal with a dropped jaw should be viewed with suspicion and examined immediately by a veterinarian. As an officer of a society concerned with Domestic animals miss Jean Henry president of the Bennington county humane society said this week that a fall stray and unlicensed dogs should be brought in and held at the shelter. A now is the time to crack Down on the individual who refuses to License and vaccinate his dog a she commented. Arlington Helene Thompson 375-2325 the american legion auxiliary has designated saturday As poppy Day in Arlington. Between 10 30 . And 1 30 . Girl scouts will be helping Ruth Rice chairman distribute the red crepe paper Flowers made by disabled veterans in government hospitals. All donations received go to direct Relief of veterans and their families. The poppy has a double significance. As a Symbol of life courage and sacrifice it honors the dead As Well As helps the living. The Pownal Vera Langlais 823-7716 the annual grievance Day presided Over tuesday by the Board of listers found no objectors to the 1965 listings. All Pownal property owners whose assessments were changed this year had previously been notified by letter. Carl Dickinson of North Pownal a student at it. Greylock regional school Williamstown will be an exhibitor at the Industrial arts fair at the school tonight. His exhibit an eight piece wrought Iron and Maple living room suite which he made during the current school year includes a sofa chair hassock Coffee table two end tables and two lamps. The suite was used As part of the setting for the recent class play production a ten Little Byron Barber has returned to his Home in East Pownal from Pittsfield general Hospital where he was hospitalized for three weeks following major surgery. A daughter was born thursday morning at North Adams Hospital to Pownal postmaster and mrs. Clifford George. Safety patrol Day the annual school safety patrol Field Day sponsored by state police will take place saturday at the Rutland fair grounds with it. Richard c. Curtiss in charge. Local auxiliary state police planning to be on duty Are Harold p. Hicks and Marcel a. Langlais. North Pownal graded school has participated in the patrol program for Many years and certificates Are presented to patrolmen each year at june graduation. Students attending the Field Day which will include sports games entertainment and refreshments will be James and Patrick Danforth Gary Church William Pudvar Jerry Bellville David Sarkis Louis Bisson Job Ert St. Pierre Beverly Pratt Colleen Sweet and Nancy Buck. Other members of the local patrol Are Barbara Burdick Linda Jacobsen Sharon Jelley and Leonard Duval. The group will be accompanied by the school principal Harold Pratt and transportation will be provided by mrs. Earle v. Church Louis Buck and Richard j. Singleton. Toro her lip frat just arrived it i k k. A v i i i la tonight you can enjoy the two new York state wines that go with More people More foods than other wines. Golden Vav i timer Lake Niagara wine. 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