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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - September 15, 1966, Bennington, Vermont T i 1-Bennington Banner thursday september 15, 1966 new l eachers listed at Bennington Catholic learning to recognize the faces of several new teachers has been one of the Many activities of the students of Bennington Catholic High during the past week. Jay Crockett a new addition to the English staff is a graduate of Villanova University in new Jersey and a native of Long Island . Crockett will be the Moderator of the drama club and will act As the assistant basketball coach As Well As instructing freshman and Sophomore English classes. Richard Libardi who is an assistant football coach teaches math Iii algebra ii and Earth science. Libardi is from Williamstown mass. And is a graduate of Morris Harvey College in West a. Prior to his position at chs Libardi taught in Public and private schools in Charleston w. A. The business department received two of the new teachers a sister Agnes Mildred . And Paul Jepson. Sister Agnes Mildred who formerly taught in schools in Rutland and Bellows Falls now teaches typing note hand record keeping and office practice. Sister will also serve As advisor to the future teachers of America. Jepson who has previously taught in Public schools in Schenectady ., Arlington and most recently in North Bennington is a graduate of Plattsburgh state College in Bennington briefs the selective service Headquarters on main Street will be closed All Day Friday it is announced by clerk Viola Conley. The Banner business office which has been closed saturday mornings during the summer season will again resume regular saturday morning hours this week. Hours Are from 9 30 . To noon. The schedule is for the convenience of carriers and customers. Thomas a. Cushman son of or. And mrs. John h. Cushman of 128 Burgess Road is undergoing Basic training in the United states army at fort Bragg . Prior to enlistment he selected specialized training in manual Central office repair. He is a 1966 graduate of Bennington High school. The social for the month at it. Anthony country club will be on saturday with dinner at 7 30 . It will be a Dave Blair night with entertainment and dance music from Albany. Hugo Ermacora will serve a braised beef dinner. Members May have guests but reservations Are a must by Friday. The Well baby clinic will be held at the elementary school Park Street Entrance saturday Between 9 and to . The clinic is available without charge to All pre school children in the area. The it. Anthony scotch foursome group will hold its annual Box lunch Golf Outing at i . Sunday. Each lady is asked to bring a Box lunch for two which must include two hard boiled eggs to be used for putting on the 18th Green. The Box lunches will be auctioned off and the successful bidder must play Golf with the lady whose lunch he purchases. Prizes will also be awarded. Plattsburgh . And new York state University in Albany. Miss Mary Sennett is a graduate of Bennington Catholic High and has returned to teach world history. Miss Sennett taught in Wilmington after graduating from Trinity College in Burlington. Bloodmobile comes Here on wednesday the red Cross Bloodmobile will be coming to the elks barn Here wednesday sept. 21 for the first visit of the red Cross fiscal year. New co chairmen of the blood program for Bennington county mrs. Eugene v. Clark and mrs. Richard b. Leake a announce that the hours will be from 11 45 . Until 5 30 . The new quota for Bennington is 110 pints of blood. Volunteers on the Telephone committee who will be calling donors for appointments this weekend Are mrs. Stephen h. Gilman mrs. William Sennett mrs. Charles Longtin mrs. Seymour g. Shultz and mrs. Bernard Leamy. Since september 1950, All blood used by Vermont residents has been supplied through the red Cross blood program. Over the past three weeks six open heart operations have been scheduled for Vermont residents a operations which usually require considerable amounts of donated blood. Even blood for transfusions received outside the state is replaceable by the local chapter. The demand is always with us. Donors of All blood types Are needed each time the Bloodmobile comes and first time donors Are always Welcome. Transportation is available to and from the elks barn by calling the red Cross office 442-9458. Nations water resources wins Battle Over inflation freshmen at Etc a among the 218 freshmen who registered last week at Vermont technical College were la residents of Bennington and Vicinity. Front Row from left Are Edward Ericksen of Arlington Walter Rice of East Arlington Daniel Zimmer of Arlington Patrick Kinney of Bennington and Richard Fothergill of Bennington. At the rear from left Are Alan Mears of Bennington Peter Austin of Bennington Stanley Krawczyk of Bennington Charles Myers of Shaftsbury Stewart Beattie of Peru and Daniel Meyerhofer of Bennington. Washington up a the nations need for water resources won out Over inflation worries today As reflected in the House appropriations committees recommendations for the drought plagued Northeast. The committee raised president Johnson a budget recommendation of $76,000 to Start a $6 million five year Survey of the Northeast water Supply to $1,769,000. The Survey would involve the six new England states new York Delaware the District of Columbia new Jersey Pennsylvania Virginia West Virginia and Maryland. Another $471,000-the amount Johnson requested was recommended for a comprehensive River Basin Survey involving the same states. The president had stressed in gemini 11 funerals Globe Union continued from Page i Are covered by the agreement. The local has set next wednesday for a meeting at which a two Man election committee will be named and at which candidates for the local s first permanent officers posts will be nominated. Elections will follow in another two weeks or so. With the signing of the agreement Union members will also begin paying dues. No dues have been required until an agreement with the company had been reached. Chief negotiator for the company has been Edward Ross corporation manager of labor relations but he was not on hand for today a signing of the contract. Validating the contract for the company were Williams and Plant supt. Arthur senior. Other members of the locals negotiating committee have been Al Buell Leo Betit and William Nardone. Also on hand for the signing was Martin Greenberg Law International representative who also served As chief negotiator at several of the earlier bargaining sessions. The tentative agreement now ratified was reached Friday at the third of three sessions held under the auspices of Federal mediator John j. Of Reilly of Concord . Miss Blanche Buchanan funeral services for miss Blanche a. Buchanan for Many years a resident Here who had made her Home with her Niece miss Minerva Holmes of 107 Soule St., were held wednesday afternoon at Mahar amp son funeral Home. Miss Buchanan died sunday afternoon at Putnam memorial Hospital. The Rev. Thomas d. Steffen second congregational Church pastor and the Rev. Richard Dun Canson a former pastor of that Church and now at Plymouth Church in Framingham Center mass., officiated. Both offered committal prayers at the family lot in Park Lawn cemetery. Bearers were Peter Donavan sr., Fred Austin Alfred Ellett and Thomas Ayer. Mrs. Rupert Young read miss Buchanan a favorite hymn and also Sang the hymn a the Readeth me a during the services. Many friends from Miriam Rebekah Lodge where miss Buchanan was one of the oldest members called at the funeral Home to pay respects. Relatives attended from West Winfield Ilion Marcy Mcconnelsville and Watervliet . Ida installs new officers at meeting Hospital notes signed into Law wednesday sept. 14 admissions John Cook North Bennington. Discharges mrs. Mary Pratt mrs. Mae Candib or. Leo Herrmann Bennington mrs. Dale Bahan and daughter Arlington mrs. Mary Walczak and daughter Springfield mass. Births or. And mrs. John knights of 243 Grandview St., a son sept. 14. Harte theatre now thru sat. Sat. Mat 2 . Grab bags eve. 6 30 amp 8 30 u. Hew for the Fust time of the motion Pic Tuik screen in color Washington up a president Johnson signed into Law wednesday a $9 billion program to continue construction of the interstate Highway network first begun during the Eisenhower administration through 1969. The Federal government pays 90 per cent of the construction costs of the system with the states making up the balance. The program is financed through Federal gasoline and other Highway user taxes with the revenues being placed in a Highway Trust fund. It a noun w my Kest Bibi Wrd att the gallery of dastardly villains Lull _ho_rtjjhq9acl_ new York j starts Friday Cut it i i of Columbia pictures present Jerry Lewis Janet Leigh a Jerry Lewis production v co Tumble pictures presents Chuck Connors ride beyond vengeance Columbia a Goodson Todman color Sentinel Fen adv production of Darling Quot starring Julie Christie a also a Quot the 10th victims with Ursula Andress and Marcello Mastroianni one Complete show at dusk Chi Loren under 12 free feature shown second Albert l. Morse the funeral of Albert l. Morse Long time resident of Bennington who died at Putnam memorial Hospital monday morning was held at Mahar amp son funeral Home wednesday afternoon. The Rev. Melvin r. Mcgaughey first methodist Church pastor officiated. Bearers were four grandsons Edward Daniels Gary Daniels Robert Connell and Richard Connell Fred Butler and Leonard Morse. Many friends from manufacturing Industry and business establishments called at the funeral Home to pay respects. Burial was in the family lot in Park Lawn cemetery with the Rev. Or. Mcgaughey offering the committal prayers. Tuesday night the Rev. Or. Mcgaughey led in a family prayer service at the funeral Home. Relatives attended from Schenectady fort Ticonderoga ., and the surrounding area. Lions club slates Many a activities court St. Andrew no. 259, Catholic daughters of America held its installation of off leers for the ensuing year tuesday night. Mrs. Marion Hanley District Deputy of Poultney was installing officer. Installed were mrs. Stella Bruneau grand Regent mrs. Jean Stone vice grand Regent mrs. Catherine Deery prophetess mrs. Eileen Flynn financial Secretary mrs. Patricia Perrotta historian mrs. Mary Sennett treasurer mrs. Mary Lou Remington Monitor mrs. Margaret Mcguire Sentinel mrs. Ann flood lecturer mrs. Eleanor Harvey organist miss Mary Ryan mrs. Dorothy Kornitzer mrs. Estelle Hoth mrs. Loretta Amidon mrs. Anne Cummings and mrs. Dorothy Roy trustees. Mrs. Bruneau and several other members of the court were commended by the department of employment Security for valued participation in the summer Opportunity for youth program. Certificates of appreciation were presented to mrs. Bruneau mrs. Deery mrs. Harvey mrs. Hoth mrs. Perrotta and to mrs. Catherine Dermody mrs. Ruth Holden and mrs. Florence quist. Stork averages Dow Jones Bache amp co., Albany noon sept. 15, 1966 30 industrials 813.25 7.02 20 railroads 203.12 1.89 15 utilities 129.36 .76 composite average284.54 2.38 volume 2,9 50,000 Bennington drive in now open weekends Only Fri. Sun. Sept. 16-18 Academy award Winner the first regular meeting of the fall season for the Bennington Lions club took place wednesday evening at the it. Anthony country club. It was conducted by the new King lion Ned past president Paul Williams was presented with a plaque honouring him for his successful conduct of the past years activities. A new member Charles Keir principal of it. Anthony Union High school was introduced. This year Lions International under the leadership of the International president Edward Lindsey is sponsoring an International peace essay contest. The local club plans to work on this project and Paul Williams gave a general outline of the details. He did this so efficiently that he was promptly named chairman of the committee. There will be much More on this within the next few months and the Public will be made aware of How this very worthwhile program will be handled. The club also heard a record made by Lindsey who gave his views about the peace essay contest. The annual Lions club Broom and bulb Sale will take place the beginning of next month on monday and tuesday evenings oct. 3 and 4. Bob Svitak and Jim Conroy have joined the select group of the a Cha a club a since neither was available to win the drawing for the free dinner which was finally won by John Vallotti. The next meeting on sept. 27, will be ladies night at which time All the members and their wives will get together to prepare the materials for the annual sight conservation drive. A too per cent attendance will be looked for at that time. Miss Lewis Enrols at Kalamazoo College Kalamazoo Mich. A miss Lorelei Lewis daughter of or. And mrs. Dewitt Lewis of 448 main St., is among the 191 Kalamazoo College juniors enrolling for courses in 15 University in to countries in Europe Africa Asia the near East and South America. She leaves this month for Strasbourg France and under the College foreign study program will receive academic credit for the class work. Most of the juniors will spend six months overseas but a few expect to remain away from the Campus until next june. Female gang association for crippled sets meeting during the course of its 29th annual meeting Here sept. 29, Vermont association for the crippled inc. Will elect new officers and trustees for ensuing terms. Meeting at the vac sponsored children a rehabilitation Center the morning sessions commence at la with the is Ogram including a demonstration in physical therapy techniques. Mrs. John s. Mccormick or. Of Manchester vac president will preside and reports will be Given by officers including miss Vera a. Perkins clerk John w. Burke financial miss Dorothy Smithson executive director service mrs. Dayton Wakefield 1966 easter Seal Campaign mrs. Henry l. Pratt Gray ladies and mrs. Homer Vadnais parents auxiliary. Mrs. Marjorie Anderson will give the Field representatives report e. C. Schneider the architectural barriers advisory committee report and Peter Donavan or. Of Bennington the nominating committee report. Luncheon is at 12 30 ., with reservations for same made with vac by sept. 24. The demonstration follows. Center students under the guidance of Leland f. Benger jr., physical therapy director will participate in physical therapy techniques used in training physically handicapped children for living independently in their communities. Shown will be a movie a sound the trumpets a describing various architectural barriers such As stairways narrow doorways inadequate lighting and inaccessible facilities which prohibit by degrees handicapped persons from citizen participation in Community living. After the film there will be comments by Schneider regarding Barrier problems. At 2 15 ., the Board of trustees meeting is scheduled with election of officers and members of the executive committee. At 3 ., the newly appointed executive committee will appoint special consultants and committee chairmen for vac work assignments during the coming year. Continued from Page i Edt monday from Cape Kennedy and started off with an unprecedented new first orbit rendezvous with an Agena satellite with which the astronauts wednesday performed a promising new technique of a space rotation on a tether. Then they rendezvoused with their target once More today before their splashdown a a Bonus Experiment that was possible because they were so miserly with their mane vering fuel. Gordon fatigued and partially blinded by his own sweat had to Cut Short his planned 115-minute spacewalk tuesday. But he stood in space for 140 minutes wednesday. And the astronauts tuesday shot to 850 Miles in space a deepest Man has Ever gone in space a for what Conrad recalled As an a utterly fantastic panoramic View of 38 million Square Miles of the Globe. A the Crew reports a Good Retro fire a the Mission control Center reported after the four 2,500-Pound thrust rockets were fired at so second intervals and gemini la dropped Down toward its blazing re entry. The Calm voices of the astronauts and ground controllers crackled across the radio As the Speed of the spacecraft dropped 218 Miles per hour to 17,118 Miles per hour and started Down toward Earth a to 80 Miles then to 70 and into the top fringes of the atmosphere. A a we la see you Back Home a ground controllers told the astronauts. The vast Atlantic recovery system was in action. Twelve aircraft were airborne As gemini la crossed eastward Over the Gulf of California still nearly 90 Miles High. Before preparing for the end of their three Day venture Conrad and Gordon mane Vered their capsule to a second rendezvous with the Agena rocket that they first caught and hooked up with 94 minutes after launch monday. Weather conditions were Good in the prime recovery area with winds 10-15 knots sea swells of 2-to-4 feet and to mile visibility his budget message last january that an attempt would be made in 1967 to Deal with the critical problem of water resources that had been highlighted by the drought in the Northeast. That drought the Interior department advised him a has focused attention on the critically close relation Between adequate water supplies and the economic stability and Prosperity of Industrial metropolitan and agricultural a emergencies such As this drought bring a new awareness of the value of advanced plan Ning a Interior said. The committee said it a realizes the need to carefully Monitor the rate of Public works expenditures to minimize their possible Adverse effect on inflation in the however it stressed it also was essential a to guard against unduly retarding the reasonable Steps that must be taken to conserve and develop the water resources of the nation. A fundamental to the continued growth of our nation is adequate provision for water Supply flood control navigation reclamation and Power false alarms investigated by police a group of Bennington youths were questioned by Bennington Village police and firemen wednesday night after the second of two false alarms brought fire trucks Walling through Village streets. The first false alarm sounded at the Cora b. Whitney school at 9 34. The second sounded at 10 22 at the Corner of Elm Street and Washington Avenue. Police said today a Carload of youths suspected of ringing the alarm was a a cornered at the parking lot of the Union Carbide consumer products Plant shortly after the second alarm. Police added that something More May come from the cases in the next few Days. It stressed the urgency of expediting funding for such projects because of the . Army corps of engineers estimate that $28.2 billion Worth of new projects would be required to meet the nations water development needs by 1980. It said this would require annual expenditures of More than double the current rate. Spargo will lists bequests several specific personal and charitable bequests totaling$65,-000 Are among the provisions of the will of the late John Spargo of old Bennington historian author and founder of the Bennington museum who died at the age of 90 aug. 17. The will was proved and allowed by the Bennington county probate court last Friday. The following personal bequests Are contained in the will to his daughter Mary of new York City $50,000 to his sister in Law mrs. Nathan Al Aline Mcchain of Peekskill ., $1,-000 to his Friend and housekeeper of nearly to years Carrie Williams $1,000 and to a granddaughter Mary Wardwell Clovis $10,000. Institutional bequests included $2,000 to the St. Peters episcopal Church endowment fund and to the old Bennington cemetery association endowment fund $1,000. His Home Nestle Down its furnishings and contents with the exception of special items Given to his daughter Are left to his son George As is the balance of his estate remaining after other bequests. The family Silver in Accord with the wish of his wife who died earlier has been Given to Esther Lee Walp and Mary Spargo Walp. Executors named Are his son and the county National Bank. The will was signed nov. 17, 1964. Contrary opinion forum slated in Manchester Manchester a the fourth annual contrary opinion forum in the nation will be held at the Equinox House on sept. 30 and oct. I. Over 200 economists investors and contrary minded thinkers from about 30 states and Canadian provinces will Register for the meetings. The theory of contrary opinion has gained great popularity in recent years As financial writers apply the contrary approach to the Stock Market and business. A thinking opposite spurs you to think for yourself and is a useful approach for Many kinds of problem solving. Contrarians believe that a when everybody thinks alike everyone is Likely to be its followers Are opposed to mechanistic forecasting methods and con cd a notes a workshop conducted by state officers which is to be held sept. 17 at the Brandon training school Graf Calls for 6 to serve on ask committees Dallas up a police announced sunday that they had rounded up an 11-women burglary ring. The loot taken from the female gang included women a wigs dolls typewriters guns narcotics and motorcycles. A Call for the a Best men available to serve on the ask Community committees has been issued by Robert Graf chairman of the Bennington county agricultural stabilization and conservation committee. For purposes of administration Bennington county is divided into six communities. The communities Are Arlington Sandgate Sunderland Glastonbury Bennington Shaftsbury Searsburg Woodford East Dorset Manchester Peru land Grove Winhall Pownal Readsboro Stamford Dorset North Rupert and Rupert West Rupert. Slates of nominees for membership on ask Community committees in each Community soon will be established at the ass county office in Bennington. Graf stated that committeemen Are responsible for enrolling Farmers in the agricultural conservation program checking on practices carried out under the agricultural conservation program helping to administer the Wool incentive payment program the feed Grain and soil Bank program and other programs of the . Department of agriculture. Graf said a resident of a Community who is eligible to take part in an ass program May vote and May hold office As a committeeman. Farmers who Are eligible to vote also have the right to nominate As candidates for committee membership any Farmer who is eligible and willing to serve in his Community. Nominating petitions each one nominating one Farmer and signed by six or More eligible voters must be filed at the county ass office by oct. 14, 1966. Eligible voters May sign As Many petitions As they wish. Additional nominations May be made by the incumbent ask Community and county committees. Elections will be by mail. Ballots will be called to voters by oct. 31, 1966 and must be returned to the county ass office by nov. To 1966. Three Community committeemen and two alternates will be elected from each Community. The chairman vice chairman and third regular member of the elected ask Community committee will also serve As delegates and the alternates will serve As alternate delegates a to the county convention to be held in december. The ask county committee will be elected at the convention. More information regarding elections May be obtained from John j. Devito at the county ass office at 310 main St. Astronomy notes in order to locate Fomalhaut the major Star in Pisces Australia the Southern fish it is Best to find the planet Saturn in our Eastern sky Early evening first. From Here we follow a straight line almost due South and the first major Star near the horizon is Fomalhaut. A the Mouth of the Southern fish is the direct translation from the arabic. This Star is 22.6 Light years from Earth and this Constellation is also known As Pisces Austrins. Is to be attended by the grand Regent mrs. Stella Bruneau and several of the other officers and mrs. Anne Cummings Secretary of the state court. Members Are urged to support the concert to be Given by father Flanagan a boys town choir at chs on nov. 13 and sponsored by St. Francis de sales altar Rosary society. A communion breakfast is to be held at the knotty Pine following the 8 . Mass on sunday sept. 25. Any member wishing to attend should Contact mrs. Olga Mahar or mrs. Eleanor Harvey co chairmen. A food Sale is to be held at the cups store on main Street sept. 23 at to . Mrs. Anne Cummings will be chairman of the supper preceding the oct. 4 meeting. The committee will be the As through the is. The women of the sacred heart Parish will be hostesses to the Vermont Council of Catholic women meeting to be held in Early october. Mrs. Mary Sennett president of the Vcci will conduct the program for this meeting. Cent rate pm hard thinking in directions opposite to general Public opinion. The forum is part of a continuing education for businessmen and investors on the necessity of challenging accepted views and not following prevailing economic and financial trends. Speakers at the fourth contrary opinion forum from seven states and provinces include b. Barret Griffith of Colorado partner Wood Walker amp co., members nose Pierre Bretey a leading Railroad analyst and senior vice president Hayden Stone amp co. Maurice s. Kingsley an original Developer of computers associated with Stock Market analysis j. Roger Wallace economist and associated editor of the a journal of Commerce Michael Zahorchak investigator american Stock Exchange and Arthur f. Shane manager commodity research Bureau. A special panel on a monetary trends and fiscal policies includes a. Hamilton Bolton the Bank credit authority from Montreal prof. Colin Campbell chairman department of economics at Dartmouth College and Victor Longstreet recently assistant Secretary of financial management and controller department of the Navy. A distinctive Mutual fund panel on a How institutions Combine various kinds of analysis for above average results a includes Edward Johnson 2d, president of the Fidelity group Louis h. Whitehead of Nye amp Whitehead fund advisers John g. Miller of j. W. Sparks amp co. And or. Douglas Courtney of securities fund. Moderators Are Humphrey b. Neill of saxons River creator of the theory of contrary opinion As a working tool author of several books on business and finance and currently editor of the Neill letter of contrary opinion and James l. Fraser of Wells publisher and editor of contrary opinion Library books and of the contrary investor letter. Both Are former Wall Streeter who enjoy serving subscribers and Book buyers in every state and in Over 30 foreign countries. Frying chickens whole split or Cut up a. 350 Maxwell House coffee690 open sundays 8 30 to i . Market Yotts Corner Safford and streets

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