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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - October 20, 1965, Bennington, Vermont Green Mountain Forest review notes big pick up in business Dorset Marcher Skinner a 867-4490 Rutland a it s been More business than usual for Green Mountain National Forest for the year ending june 30. Unusual in activities expenditures and the number of persons using the Forest the year also has been notable for the amount of Revenue collected according to an annual review of the Forest administration. Paul s. Newcomb is Forest supervisor. A total of $381,607.07 was received As payment for Timber sold land use fees Winter sports areas leases and rights of Way. Highest returns were from Tim Bel and More than $30,000 from Winter sports areas. The Busy year will mean More receipts to the 33 towns in which the 232,479-acre Forest is located. By Law 25 per cent of National Forest receipts Are paid to the towns in lieu of taxes. The new record High of 41 cents per acre payment will mean More Money for town roads and schools. A Federal Treasury warrant has already been issued to state treasurer Peter j. Hincks who will Divide it among the towns. In Bennington county the pay ments will be made As follows Dorset 1450 acres $595.03 Landgrove 591 acres�?$242.53 Manchester 3,717 acres a $1,525.34 Peru 17,047 acres $6,995.53 Readsboro 2,016�? $827.30 Searsburg 5,670 acres �?$2,326.78? Sunderland 16, 883 acres�?$6,928.23 Winhall 6,431 acres�?$2,639.07 and Woodford 8,507 acres�?$3,490.00. It. Tabor in Rutland county will receive the highest payment in the state. For 24, 757 acres the town will receive $10,159.47. While Timber purchasers paid in More than $349,000 for More than 14 million Board feet they Cut rangers and foresters prepared and the Forest sold 14.1 million feet of saw Timber and 5.6 million feet of pulpwood at the Price of More than $511,000.00. The Timber sold will be Cut during the next three years. The engineering staff has assisted in the construction of three Miles of new roads most of which will provide More acess to Timber and recreation users rip ton Goshen Brook 1.2 Miles Lincoln natural Turnpike 0.6 Miles it. Tabor Black Branch �?1.0 Miles Rochester Brandon brook�?0.2 Miles. The Forest had about 830,000 visitors an increase of 50,000 Over the previous year. Nearly one half of the visits were to enjoy Winter sports at ski areas on National Forest land. One new Campground at Moo Talamoo off the Ripton Goshen Road was constructed. A charge for recreation use on some areas was started in july this year As provided by the land and water conservation fund act for 1965. The funds collected will be for improving and providing additional recreation facilities. A portion of these funds will be paid to National Forest towns next year. Miss Lisa Madeira daughter of mrs. Crawford Madeira who recently purchased the Ford stir Oder so Home on Kent Hill is spending several weeks with or. And mrs. Ford Shroder while her Mother is away. Mrs. Eliot Jewell of Jackson Heights Long Island who spent the summer in Dorset renting a cottage from the Gordon Harrisons has returned again to enjoy Dorset a Indian summer weather a bit longer. Mrs. Henry Vincent the former mrs. Katharine West with her husband visited her son Jimmy at the Home of or. And mrs. Francis Monroe during the weekend. Arlington Helene Thompson a 375-2325 Sale save 157. Off on sweaters 107. Off on Coats pants shirts hats shoes Shaffer a menus shop 17�?�� main St. Nevi to us theatre or. And mrs. W. B. Wallace have left the mountains of Vermont for the Hills of new Jersey. The wallaces left last Friday to become residents of bound Brook . A record sock dance will be held Friday at the amps gym from 8-11 . For the Benefit of the Arlington school band. Church Mission a Mission is being conducted in St. Margaret Mary s Church by the Rev. Cormac Kinkead of the Pas Lonist fathers of Brighton mass. Services will be conducted thursday Friday and saturday morning at to . Services for women will be held thursday Friday and saturday evenings at 7 with the solemn closing at 2 sunday afternoon. The Mission for men will close tonight at 7 and everyone in the Parish will receive communion sunday. South Cambridge Margaret Aiken �?�77-3049 Ralph Galloway has returned Home from Leonard Hospital Troy. Services at the methodist Church Are held sunday at 11 30 . With the Rev. Oswald a. Muller pastor in charge. Sunday school is at 10 30 . John Hamilton spent the weekend with his parents or. And mrs. Malcolm Hamilton and Robert Inslerman with his parents or. And mrs. Felix Inslerman. Both Are from Cornell University. A Turkey supper family style will be served at the methodist Church nov. 13 beginning at 5 30 . Until All Are served. Tickets Are now available from Church members. On thursday evening the first and second degree team of the pleasant Valley Grange will work the first and second degrees on a class of candidates at Johnsonville Grange. When was the last time you did a Days washing bathed the kids and still had plenty of hot water left an away Oil powered water Heater works 4 times faster than Gas and 8 times faster than electric units. So you never run out. Away Home heating specialists car Tell you All about it. Lets a say you get a 30-gallon Heater. It la provide 120 Gallons of hot water an hour. Fuel Cost for a typical family just 12 cents a Day. This is one of 21 Home heating benefits you get from Agwayo the new Way to total Comfort. And when you buy an Oil fired water Heater from away its installed and fully guaranteed. Well finance it too. Total Comfort Means even More 24-hour emergency service automatic payment plans parts insurance plans Burner cleaning and adjusting new Furnace installations and on and on. These products and services Are so Good 8 out of to away customers save up to 20 percent on fuel Bills. Find out How we can give you enough hot water to do a Day s washing Bathe the kids and have enough left Over for the grownups. Don t get cold feet. Call away today. Away Max Oil service Max Perrotta mgr. Ben Mont 2-6800 old friends visit the Rev. And mrs. Benjamin l. Crue of san Marino Calif have been visiting Here for the past to Days. They were former proprietors of Cornish House on . 7, in the Center of town and the Rev. Or. Crue often supplied in the pulpits of churches in the Vicinity. During a their visit the Crues stayed at the Homes of or. And mrs. Wesley Bessel or. And mrs. Frank Mcfarland or. And mrs. Frank Smith and miss Dorothy Bullenkamp. They were also entertained by or. And mrs. Warwick Todd or. And mrs. Miner Clark and or. And mrs. Max Grout. The Crues Are now in new Jersey before returning to California. The Dorset fire department was called out Early sunday evening to extinguish a Chimney fire at the Orchard Home of mrs. Marjorie Sargent. Last week with permission of the department she arranged to have a House burned on her property but sunday nights conflagration was completely unplanned. East Arlington Sunderland Amelia Lawrence 375-2580 mrs. Richard Bentley was among those in this area who attended the shr ners convention in Rutland last week. The executive committee of East Arlington Federated Church at a special meeting voted to begin the every member canvass nov. 14. To make it possible for More friends and members to pledge it was voted to hold two loyalty sundays oct. 31 and nov. 7. On these Days pledge cards will be available for anyone to sign and return with the offering. Bennington Banner wednesday october 20, 1965�?7 the Pownal Vera Langlais 823-7716 or. And mrs. Edward Knapp of Pennington have purchased from or. And mrs. Harry e. Niles a building lot in the West Meadow development Pownal Center. The transaction was completed through the rounds Agency. The a pcs of the Pownal methodist Church will hold its annual Turkey supper thursday night starting at 5 30 and continuing until All Are served. Mrs Otis Dorman chairman will be assisted by mrs. Charles Mason mrs. Sidney Clayton mrs. Jerome Mattison mrs. Harry w. Beals jr., mrs. Ralph Bishop mrs. Henry j. Bassen and mrs. Henry w. Bassen. Or. And mrs. Harry e. Niles of Pownal Center have left to spend the Winter at their Home in it. Dora Fla. David Adler chairman of the Pownal democratic party attended the state fund raising dinner monday in Rutland at which the guest speaker was vice president Hubert h. Humphrey. A food Sale will be conducted by the Pownal Center fire department auxiliary saturday at the firehouse with All members assisting. From 11 to 2 a variety of homemade goodies will be offered for Sale. The women a Guild of St. Raphael a Church Williamstown will be guest of the ladies Guild our lady of Lourdes Church tonight at a dinner and social to be held at the North Pownal firehouse. I Salem a super Market 831 Mani St fillet sole 79 halibut steak75 oysters to. 1.39 walkers food Market a for a your travel needs consult Rosasco a travel Agency inc a a Over 75 years of unexcelled travel services everything pertaining to travel in Bennington use our special Telephone service at no Cost to you. Ask Tho operator for Enterprise 6859. Outside of Bennington Call collect 663-3864 or 663-3018 Phoenix professional building 24 state Street North Adams mass. Extra in Stock specials while they last no Money Down no payments till january of purchased before nov. 15 $ zoo Battery 0 Trade in on any heavy duty car Battery purchased during Ward week 36 month guarantee our lowest 1965 tire prices 2 hot for front 2 Power grip for Roar 4 750 x 14 i get our prices before you buy Tubeless Blackwells tax inc student lamps were $6.99 Ward week Quantity limited Jhabia Eib Bibb Brlit Gifis Teflon coated ironing table cover with pad were 3.78 now a Quot portable typewriters Ideal for student were $39.50 now 24" Ward 39.50 week special 23�?� console to save $55�� Maple or mahogany now Only 139 95 \ \ i v / \ i i t 17 Cut. Freezer on 2 upright deluxe Ward weeks18600 lib. Electric dryers now h0900 your Choice on White or Coppertone Reg. Left $139.95 refrigerator $399.00 Ward week s299��t a nil / i Ned hot water Heaters 30 Gal. Electric 30 Gal. Gas our lowest Price Over As Low As foam Back to 12x18 50 7. 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