Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Oct 20 1965, Page 12

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - October 20, 1965, Bennington, Vermont I Bennington Banner wednesday october 20, 1965 states Farmers spent $2million on conservation in Burlington Vermont Farmers put $2 million into conservation work in 1964 under the agricultural conservation program according to Richard a. Moore chairman of the state agricultural stabilization and conservation committee. The Farmers paid $1 million of this from their own funds with the remainder coming from Public funds. The Vermont Effort was part of a National $300 million conservation program done on a Cost sharing basis. With More than 6,000 farms enrolled 70 per cent of All farms in the state Vermont leads the nation in percentage of participation. Among the program practices completed in Vermont were establishing and maintaining cover 82,300 acres tree planting 2,000 acres on 570 farms Woodland improvement 9,000 acres on 570 farms drainage 3,200 acres on 330 farms farm Ponds 194 on 178 farms wildlife Ponds 91 on 91 farms. Conservation work helps the Community and state As Well As the individual Farmer. Moore said. By controlling run off and erosion act practices help to prevent damage All along the line. Farmers in each Community elect a committee of three to administer the program locally each Community also sen delegates to the county convention to elect a three Man county committee. These county committees administer the program within the guidelines established by the three Man state committee appointed by the . Secretary of agriculture. Donald s documentary new York up a americans most famous named Donald has turned Iron master in his latest film a 30-minute documentary to be released in october after almost two years production. The film a steel and America a was produced for the american Iron and steel Institute by Walt Disney productions. It tells the Story of How America and steel grew up together. The movie is a combination of animation and live action. . Newsome Speaks at Grange convention Barre a Herschel d. New some master of the National Grange will be guest speaker thursday night at the 94th an Naul banquet of the Vermont state Grange at the Barre municipal auditorium. The banquet is one of a number of events in the three Day annual Grange convention Here. Self or vice Mai t h i 7 \ i in misses mohair Cotton sweaters 1" \ imported hand knitted 80% Wool 10% mohair 10% Nylon sizes so l. A asset colors a Sizos so a Reg. 2.99 misses Reg. Value 9.88 $5.99 baby doll pyjamas a Tricot blonds a asst colors re9 sizes so a value to 2.97 misses Dyn suede jackets girls Polo shirts Fine tailoring guaranteed color fast sizes to to 18 Reg. 5.99 3 99 shrinkage control i de asset. Colors sizes 3 to 6x 7 to 14 girls Corduroy Slacks guaranteed washable 100% Cotton ass t. Colors sizes 7-14 of menus dress 3 Slacks housewares one gallon Beacon self polishing floor Wax gives floors Long lasting Shine. Won t yellow. Dries in 20 minutes. Sale $000 vacuum cleaner bags Sale disposable 4 to pkg. All styles 2/l of yacht mop Sale to of. 2$1 of Vinyl folding doors 100% Virgin Vinyl size 32�?� wide x 80�?� High colors beige and Green Sau 2/5 50 sidewalk push Broom a stiff bristles Sale 77 plastic curtains a 32�?� x 87" size asst. Patterns Sale 67 it open 9a.m. To 9p.m. Wed.,thur$., Fri. 9a.m. To 6 . Mon., tues., sat. North St. Shopping Plaza we re reopening our. It health and Beauty Aid dept. With a free free free for the opening of our health and Beauty aids dept. Samples Given away for open ing Day thursday october 21 Breck shampoo dry a Normal a oily it Reg. 60c 33 lanolin plus hair Spray Reg. Hard to hold Reg. 99c 53 Vitalis hair t0hic King size Reg. 1.49 89 John on amp Johnson baby powder 14 of. Economy size it Reg. 89c 53 i pan a Johnson amp Johnson tooth paste band Aid giant tubes Reg. 1.14 43 i daily multiple dose vomits compare at 2.94 98�?~ a tip Cotton swabs Box of 170 t Reg. 98c 59 plastic stripes Reg. 47c 33 Vicks formula 44 cough mixture it Reg. 98c 63 Wilkinson sword Blades stainless steel \ razor Blades Reg. 79c 43 sic Cyl cards playing >391 ban new giant re Roll on deodorant to. A a 89 you be seen them on to layaway now super Ball 66< Milton Bradley and Hasson of a a i d games 99 magnetic alphabet and Ari thin at 1 play Doh 66 Wmk track Trail Soprani 97 $8 torture track if de to Sjo 7 Newsome of Columbus ind., and Washington d.c., was elected to his Post let ack in 1030. He is a 1926 graduate of Indiana University. In 19c3, he became the eighth president of the International federation of agricultural producers a federation of farm organizations from five continents founded in London in 1946. He has been an Active member of her sch Al i. Newsome a number of International foundations councils and societies and has received appointments to government commissions from presidents Truman Eisenhower and Kennedy. Newsome is a director and vice president of the Farmers and traders life insurance co. In Syracuse n.y., and a director of the National Grange Mutual insurance co. Of Keene. . Other convention events include reports conferring of degrees presentation of awards election and installation of executive committee members. Safe storage of pesticides is important upon purchasing a pesticide even if it is Only Mothballs one has the problem of Safe storage until the pesticide is used and the empty Container disposed of says or. G. R. Nielson of the Ulm Extension service. Now that the growing season is Over and your pest problems Are subsiding for the Winter you should take one More look at your pesticide storage area. Are your pesticides stored safely Here Are some rules for Safe storage 1. Store pesticides in a Cool dry Well ventilated place pre Quot Ferraby outside the Home. 2. Keep pesticides out of the reach of children pets and irresponsible individuals preferably under lock and key. Do not store pesticides with other Home chemicals. 3. Store pesticides away from foods and feed. Make sure herbicides Weed killers Are kept away from seeds. 4. Never keep unlabelled pesticides. In disposing of unknown pesticides treat them All As highly toxic. 5. It is generally Best to dispose of All general purpose Garden pesticides As these mixtures break chemically during prolonged storage. 6. Read the Label on each pesticide stored. Many products Are adversely affected by temperature extremes. Always keep aerosol formulations of pesticides or any other materials away from the stove radiators Furnace or other sources of High heat. All aerosol containers can explode under extreme heat. The disposal of excess pesticides and empty pesticide Container is difficult at Best. Here Are some suggestions for Safe disposal i. Read the entire pesticide Label and note any disposal hazards or recommendations. Never flush pesticides Down the toilet or storm sewer. 3. Never throw intact pesticide containers or excess pesticides in garbage cans or on dumps where they will be accessible to children or unwary individuals. 4. Never place pesticides in Home incinerators. 5. Never attempt to incinerate or puncture empty aerosol containers. 6. Never re use empty containers dispose of them promptly. 7. Break or crush Glass and Metal containers and rip empty bags before disposing of them to prevent re use. 8. You can often dispose of pesticide excesses and empty containers by burying in a pit at least two feet deep in an isolated spot where they will pose no Hazard to people animals valuable plants or water supplies. 9. Never dispose of pesticides near a Well Pond or Stream or in such a Maimer that they May contaminate any water supplies. 10. Empty pesticide containers should be rinsed Well and broken before placing in trash cans for collection. Place the rinse water in your sprayer and Spray out. Remember the Best method of disposal is to use the material for the purpose originally intended. Always buy the right pesticide for the right Job and Only in the quantities you need for your particular problems. The Large Economy package is not a Wise investment when it creates a disposal problem at the end of the season

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