Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Sep 7 1966, Page 5

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - September 7, 1966, Bennington, Vermont Negotiations i to Amigos 4-h club Power contract Horseshoe held Here saturday Montpelier up a the Vermont new England Power corp. One pc is scheduled to meet thursday in Montreal with Hydro Quebec commission officials to continue negotiations for a massive bloc of undeveloped Power from Labrador. James l. Oakes of Brattleboro an attorney for the Vermont corporation composed of nine electric cooperatives and municipal Light companies said today that reports Over the weekend that a contract Between one pc and Hydro Quebec was imminent were Quot a Little Quot we re still very much in the negotiating stages and hopefully after thursdays meeting Well know something More definite a Oakes said. Oakes added he Felt the stories about one pc being on the verge of signing an agreement were prompted by a newspaper report last Friday that Hydro Quebec was about ready to enter an agreement with the British Newfoundland corp. Bronco the Developer of the Power site in Labrador. Bronco will eventually develop the site which will be capable of producing 6.75 million kilowatts of Energy. Hydro Quebec cannot move ahead with further negotiations for the resale of Power until after it has signed a contract with Bronco. One pc meanwhile expects to buy about 1.2 million kilowatts of the development for a 25-year period beginning in 1971. The Vermont group was formed when the 1966 legislature refused to approve gov. Philip Hoff a proposal to form a non profit tax exempt Power corporation to import 2.1 million kilowatts of Power into Vermont and new England. The biggest stumbling Block then was the $400 million Bond Issue. The legislation was referred to the legislative Council committee on Power. That committee failed to endorse the original proposal and tacked on a number of recommendations that virtually killed the idea. Private new England electric utilities have also turned thumbs Down on the Canadian Power importation plan and have decided to go ahead with plans to develop both conventional and nuclear Power generating stations in new England. Get your clothes fitted 41 a a fit Shaffer a men s shop 475 main St. A b Ennington miss Kristine Anderson of the Silver spurs 4-h club and Scott George of the i to Amigos 4-h club won the girls and boys championship awards at the i to Amigos horse show held saturday in Bennington. Miss Anderson of Williamstown mass., with her horse Flicker took first place in senior 4-h fitting and showmanship third in English equitation first in English pleasure horse and Trail horse and teamed up with her sister and her mount Star to win the pairs class. Young Scott a resident of Pownal and a first year member of the i to horse club took first places in the tack race and the water race to win the boys Overall championship his horse was Apache. The Horseshoe held saturday at the Mcdonald ranch on Morgan Street Extension had entries from the Bald Mountain 4-h club of Arlington and Silver spurs club from Williamstown in addition to the Pownal club and several Bennington entries. Judges were Thomas Mcdonald and mrs. Franklin Frantz both of Bennington. Gordon Foster was the announcer and mrs. Gordon Foster club Leader was the show manager. Winners and their horses in the 15 classes class i. Junior 4-h fitting and showmanship Richard Mattison Pixie Deborah Mattison Jim Dandy and Lolly Anderson Sonny class 2. Senior 4-h fitting and showmanship Kristine Anderson Flicker and John Beardon top lands be mine class 3. English equitation Holly Anderson Sonny Deborah Mattison Pixie and Kristine Anderson Flicker class 4. Western equitation Deborah Mattison Jim Dandy Cheryl Ostrander my fair lady and Wendy Debrum Brownie class5. I to Amigos equitation Cheryl Ostrander my fair lady Ramona Foster Onemo and Robert Dorman Tammy class 6. English pleasure horse Kristine Anderson Flicker Gail Bishop Dieb Black and Robert Dorman Tammy class 7. Western pleasure horse Wendy Debrum Brownie Pamela George Pilot and Cheryl Ostrander my fair lady. Also class 8. Walk Trot Susan Ploof Brownie Ramona Foster Onemo and Wanda Law rence Ronda class 9. Parents class mrs. F. L. Vogel class to. Trail horse Kristine Anderson Flicker Gail Bishop Dieb Black and Linda Vogel Smokey class to. Pairs Nellie and Kristine Anderson Star and Flicker Deborah Mattison and Wendy de Blum Pixie and Bornie and Pamela George and Robert Dorman Pilot and Tammy tack race English tack Timothy Kelly and Chico Western tack Scott George and Apache sit a Buck Deborah Mattison Jim Dandy water race Scott George Apache and costume class Susan Ploof Brownie. Struck by Model fort Wayne ind. Up a a 19-year-old suburban Chicago youth remained in critical condition today with head injuries received when a Model air plane hit him in the head at 90 Miles an hour. Hal Wolf Harvey 111., was injured sunday during a family reunion. Authorities said Wolf had turned the controls of the engine powered Model plane Over to a brother and was walking through the flight radius when he was struck. A spokesman at Parkview Hospital said the youth suffered a Skull fracture. Wwall photo finishing developing and enlargement work 20 off Kodak prices 6 different sizes 620 127 120 126 616 828 frosts pharmacy North St. Dial 2-5980 Bennington it. It i i i i horse show Winner a Scott George of Pownal with Apache was Winner of the boys championship at the i to Amigos 4-h club Horseshoe held saturday in Bennington. Scott a member of the i to Amigos club took first place in water race and tack race to win the championship. 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Sizes 4 to 6x $6 7 to 14 $8 c. Fully lined tailored jacket. 7 to 14 $13 d. Shorter Kilt fringed double buckle closing sizes 4 to 6x $7 7 to 14 $9 e. A line hipster skirt Matching Belt sizes 7 to 14 $7 f. The Jersey sizes 4 to 6x $3 7 to 14 $4 what s in Lor togs casual closet tartan plaids of pure Virgin Wool juvenile shop there a nothing quite like Wool unsurpassed in Beauty durability a. For Active Young wardrobes. Neat a mussed wearing after wearing. We like the looks of it in these tartan coordinates from Canada in Rich autumn tones of Green Gold red and Brown. Look for them at Hho sign of the Maple Leaf. The Wool Mark is awarded to Quality tested products made of the world s Best a a. Pure Virgil Wool idiots

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