Bennington Banner from Bennington, Vermont on December 26, 1969 · Page 9
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.Utinnmgtoii Banner, Friday, December 26, 19B8 - 8, ANNUAL WINTER RECORD CLEARANCE! POP, ROCK & SOUL STEREO GREAT GROUPS & VOCALISTS INCLUDE: Rolling Stones, Mamas & Papas, MEDICAL RESEARCHERS - A Btudy team at Che University of Vermont College of Medicine explains its work on muscular dystrophy, which involve re - search with animals suffering from the disease, such as this hen. Members of the team are, from left, John R. Feussner and Brian W. Little, both students, and Dr. William L. Meyer, assistant professor of biochemistry, who heads the research. At right Is Steven Spanos, an executive of the Holiday Inn in Burlington and a member of the Executive Committee of the Green Mountain Chapter, Muscular Dystrophy. That organization Is supporting the research effort at the University. Rascals, Joe Tex, Four Seasons, fiOO Research Grant To Aid Spanky & Her Ganq, Jackie Wilson, $ In Muscular Dystrophy Study from the muscle. Little Is known about prDteln wasting In any tis Sweet Inspirations, Top Stars - Top Brands sue and Dr. Meyer Is doing basic work hi discovering and a characterising enzymes which REG. $4.98 Feussner has interrupted his medical training to study for a master's degree in biochemistry. Little, who has completed more than a year of medical school, will spind two years working toward a doctor ol philosophy degree In biochemistry, then return to medical school to complete the work for bolh the M.D. and Ph.D. degrees. The Muscular Dystrophy Associations are also supporting Dr, Meyer's research efforts. Dr. Meyer describes muscular dystrophy as a class of diseases In which the protein wastes away BURLINGTON MUBCUlar Dystrophy Associations ol America, Inc., have aTvardcd several grants totaling f4,000 to the University or Vermont College of Medicine Tot support ol research thore. The funds arc far partial support ol two College; of Medicine students who arc working with Dr. William L. Meyer, assistant professor of biochemistry, In a major project aimed at understanding of diseases in which the muscular tissue wastes aivay. The students are John R, Feussner and Brian W. Little. are responsible lor protein and UNA breakdown tn muscle. "Another part of our research Is looking for enzymes in diseases muscles. We war.! to see If some aberration In tre amount of enzymes mlsht ce related to the cause ot the disease." Dr, Keyer has becr. with the University since 1962, and began this research project tn Vermont National Announces New Officers for Wilmington II HI - FI & STEREO LPs CLEARANCE ODDS 'n ENDS LPs IN SOILED JACKETS Just 300 LPs on Sale o s - 100 Records For Everyone 2 RECORD SETS Rascals "Freedom Suit' Supreme; "Golden Hits' RCA, Columbia & Mercury Classical JUST 125 SETS! EACH VALUES TO 4.98 in The Family! CHILDREN'S - WESTERN POP - ROCK - SOUL - BLUES BW AY SHOWS ETC. WILMINGTON .. Robert A. Maynnrd has been promoted IP ictlng manager of Vermont N - tlonal In Wilmington, He wis! be assisted by Paul W. Ruse Jr, who has been named assistant mnnnger of the Wilmington office. Bob Maynaxd replaces John Wojoik who plans to return to the banking field In the New Yorft Maynard has been with Vermont National Bank since 1958 and was appointed assistant mas ager to 1903. He graduated from - Wilmington High School and ale tended the University of Vermont. He has completed coureas in commercial banking subjects. Mfli'tiard served in theU.S. Air Force from 1055 to 1959 and again during the Eerlln crisis from 1961 to 1962, He is a member of theDenrfleld Valley Chamber of Commerce and treasurer and past president of ttia Wilmington Lion's Club. He Is a member ol Our Lady of Fatlmt Eoman Catholic Church. He li married to the former Shelli King and they live on Beavac Street In Wilmington. Paul Ruse joined the bank in 1367 under the management MERCURY CLASSICAL STEREO LPs 25 DIFFERENT TITLES $1187 REG. $5.98 I 2 REG. 67 j VALUES TO 4.9B ROBERT HAVNAMD development training program and was named assistant managar of the Springfield office In 196S, Ruse was born In Springfield and is a graduate of Springfield High School. From 1961 to 1965 he served In the U.S. Coast Guard. PAUL W. RUSE Jr. In the Springfield Area, Huse serves as treasurer and director of the Chambor of commerce, treasurer of the Windsor County Cancer crusade and is active in the Parent - Teacher Group, Ruse Is a member of the Calvary Baptist Church. He is married to the former Carol Lemlre and they have two sons: Steven and Michael, They live at 12 Autumn St. In Springfield. S3 8 FANTASTIC TRACK STEREO Employment Service Team To Move to Granville, N.Y. sired Interviews when the mobile team reached Granville. The mobile team office In Granville will he located In the former Edwards Store on West Main Strent and wilt be open every weekday from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., from Monday, Jan. 5 through Friday, Jan, lc. In ad. dltlon, there will be special even, lng Interviewing hours on Wednesday and Thursday, Jen. 7 and 8 and Jan. 14 and IB from 8 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. TAPE CARTRIDGES 300 TAPES REDUCED! INCLUDES:: Dionne Warwick Tijuana Brass Roger Williams Frank Sinatra Glen Campbell Feliciando, etc. ALBANY, N.Y. - The state Em - ployment Service monlle team will complete its operation In Whitehall on Wednesday, Dec. 31, and begin a two - week stay in Granville starting Monday, Jan. 5, according to Frank Mar - hicel, chairman ot the Washing - ton County board of supervisors. Interview appointment cards will be mailed out later this week to some 100 Granville area residents who Indicated on their man. power survey forms that they de FABULOUS ASSORTMENT OF H! 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