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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - April 2, 1966, Bennington, Vermont 2-B�nninton Banner saturday april 2, 1906 first teachers Are hired services for passover for it. Anthony District Temple Beth Al plans Prospect school plans to move As of March 31, a dozen persons had signed and returned contracts for teaching positions next year in the Union school system. Now official members of the future it. Anthony Junior and senior High school faculties Are the following local teachers Frank Bizzarro Bennington Catholic Junior social studies and head basketball coach Raleigh Fleetwood North Bennington science Norman Larivi think first for one Stop banking service for Industry business and the individual North Bennington Manchester member Federal Deposit insurance Corporal on i Imi Nath Al Al an Ostek Inni Noton w nut tit know lion to receive ii Hen ii to / Iii jewel Box free Slop Iii at to Ltd ii jewellers a to. Ere Molly Star Junior mathematics mrs. Saik Lra Mausert Molly Star Junior English Edward Miller Molly Star French Richard Myers Shaftsbury unassigned Eleanor Shepherd Bennington Catholic business administration Ovid d Alessandro Bennington elementary substitute Art and Mary Louis plumb Bennington High librarian. New teachers Are Clarence Pelkie currently completing work on an . In physical education at Michigan state with a . In the subject from Springfield College and eight years of teaching and coaching both on the High school and Junior College level director of athletics and of physical education Andre Dorais a native of France who youth Council i lans easter Sunrise service the annual easter Sunrise service of the Bennington youth Council will be held at c . April to on the grounds of Putnam memorial Hospital. The Rev. Thomas Steffen pastor of the second congregational Church will be the speaker and the service will be conducted by Young people from area churches. The Bennington High school Harmon ettes will sing under direction of mrs. Elizabeth Gilmore. John Riddle or. Will be organist. Adults As Well As Young people Are invited to the service. Open till 9 . Every night next week for your easter shopping automated . Hipper ii Yin Power super duper Market depot Street Bennington it. Bicycle repairs sales and service 26-1.75 tire amp tube Reg. 4.95 2.99 bicycle seats bicycle kick stands 2.78 98< 24 -26 a lightweight bicycle 29.95 in the crate 26�?� Raleigh 3-Speed bicycle $49.95 Economy Auto stores inc main Street Bennington it la in ii sly in colonial convertible $ Couch Only 289 a genuine Latex foam cushions a top Quality construction covers included special or do. Is an Xii Muk no Katra charge obtained his . From Assumption College in Worcester mass., and who has taught at the High school and Junior College level French and Marion Fowler of Pownal a beginning teacher who is a graduate of North Adams state Colleg English. D1 Alessandro hired for the Art department is a Veteran of 15 years of teaching in new Jersey. Strike continued from Page i Railroad that was damaged by this unlawful Gilbert said the Blue sought Only the usual assurances from the carriers before he would order the 8,000 striking firemen Back to work. Gilbert declared a there should t be any difficulty in winding up the Surprise strike of the railroads wanted to get the trains rolling. He made the announcement within three hours after the . Appeals court upheld a lower court s temporary restraining order against the Union. Meantime the effects of the strike were spreading into the automotive Industry and Many other economic sectors across the nation. An estimated 75,000 Auto workers were idled and Gigantic transportation snarls and Job layoffs were mushrooming. As for Legal aspects of the rail dispute Gilbert said the Union would Appeal to chief Justice Earl Warren to nullify no strike orders by lower court judges. This step will be taken to protect the unions Legal position the firemen a chief told a news conference. Labor Secretary w. Willard Wirtz who talked to Gilbert by Telephone several times Friday apparently played a behind the scenes peacemaking role. Gilbert said he was in touch with j. E. Wolfe the chief Railroad negotiator who flew Back to his Chicago Headquarters thursday night after the first court order was issued. Gilbert said he Felt the strike accomplished its purpose by getting collective bargaining going again on the firemen Issue. He did not elaborate. Earlier Joseph l. Rauh jr., counsel for the Union said an Adverse appeals court ruling would a bust the strike Quot by exposing the Union to possible heavy penalties for contempt of court. Aren Wom Amend Garden club session area residents of the jewish Faith will join with jews throughout the world in the eight Day Observance of passover beginning monday evening. Special Holiday services will be held at Temple Beth Al in Bennington according to the following schedule monday at 8 . And 6 30 . Tuesday at 8 . And 6 30 . Wednesday at 8 . Sunday at 6 30 . Monday april la at 8 . And 6 30 ., tuesday april 12, at 8 . Passover is the oldest of All jewish holidays it is known As the festival of Freedom at the seder a the traditional Home service observed by every jewish family on the eve of pass Over a the youngest child of the family will ask four questions beginning with the phrase a Why is this night different from All other nights a in answer to the child a questions the family will recite the haggadah ritual Book for the seder service telling the Story of passover How a the israelite were slaves in Egypt and the eternal god brought them Forth from that land with a mighty hand and outstretched .�?� historians concede that the wars for Liberty and Equality of the last few thousand years Drew their inspiration from the liberation of the jews from Egypt by Moses. Moses was the first to deliver a people from tyranny. He was the Pioneer of Liberty and deliverance. To the jews the deliverance from Egypt was More than a Mere historical event it is the chief Symbol of their Faith. Their entire religion All their prayers Are filled with a the remembrance of the deliverance from but they believe that in addition to economic and political Liberty Man must strive for a third form of Liberty. Political and economic Liberty connote Freedom from pressure by others. According to Judaism however Man is not truly free unless he is also unfettered by his own nature unless he also enjoys inner Freedom. Judaism maintains that inner bondage is worse than external bondage. While everyone feels and fights against the external Fetters very few people Are aware that they Are their own slaves. Man can become enslaved to himself because a habit becomes nature from which it is diff la run a Days. Iii lit dates for caucuses Fuini Turi incorporate to Eli Street Bennington Vermont phone 442 5131 known kor Chasity Middlebury a a number of Bennington county Garden club members attended the Spring Board meeting of the Federated Garden clubs of Vermont at dog team tavern in Middlebury wednesday. Among the local chairmen who participated with sketching plans already under Way in their clubs were miss Anne Manger and mrs. William Hayes of Manchester mrs. Thomas Brockway and mrs. Thomas Coe of Bennington and mrs. A a. Hastings of Arlington. Among those reporting to the business session on federation activities were chairmen mrs. Frederick h. Welling Bennington awards mrs. Harold Boswell East Dorset conservation mrs. William Erny East Dorset horticulture mrs. William Schwarz Arlington membership. The 60 women attending represented 12 of the states Garden clubs. Group plans and projects As Well As individual activities All designed to conserve the natural Beauty of Vermont a coun-trysid3 and its Homes and communities were outlined. Richard Brett of Woodstock president of the Vermont natural resources Council told the worn in that the councils purpose was to form a focal Point for the Many organizations involved in conservation and beautification and to direct their activity where it is most needed. Plans for the annual state meeting to be held in Woodstock in june were announced by mrs. Brett. Shaftsbury a in the Legal notices in Friday s Banner for the Republican and democratic caucuses the dates Given were Correct but the Days were wrong. The Republican caucus will be held at 7 30 ., tuesday april 5 and the democratic caucus at 7 30 ., wednesday april 6, both at Cole Hall. Monday night the annual meeting of the fire District will be held there. Bennington cult to liberate oneself. There Are Many human habits which Start with minor acts and become compulsive reaching a scope dangerous to body and soul. The Bible offers an answer to the problem of inner bondage. He who lives according to the Bible need not fear that he will become enslaved by any neurotic compulsions. We learn this especially from the festival of Freedom a passover. One of the most powerful factors in binding Man to his body is his daily need to eat. And he prefers one food to another that is he has become accustomed to certain eating patterns and routines. He a does not like whatever does not conform to the pattern to which he has become accustomed. On passover a for fully eight Days the jew changes his eating pattern. He willingly lays aside the breads and cakes he eats All year round and eats a passover fare matzo. Passover and its symbols teach us the True concept of Freedom according to the Bible. If we would but learn these teachings and let them guide us in life we should then realize the truth of the Bible and that Only he is free who lives by its morality. Miss Austin observes her 90th birthday miss Hattie Victoria Austin of 202 Branch St., at present a patient at Monroe Park nursing Home where she is convalescing after fracturing a hip joined Bennington Conage Marians Friday. She observed her 90th Milestone. Relatives and a few close friends celebrated with her at the nursing Home thursday Anda Host of friends in the area visited her Friday. She received numerous cards Flowers and other remembrances including at least two or three birthday cakes. A lifelong resident Here she has lived in the Branch Street Homestead which her father built when she was four years old. She was born in a House Only a Short distance away. At the time Gage Street and had not been extended that far so when the House was built her father really built two front doors one opening on Branch Street and the other on Gage Street. As keen and candid As Ever miss Austin friends and nursing Home attendants report has a remarkable memory. She is Alert to what s going on every minute. Miss Austin was insurance agent Harrison i. Norton s right hand office assistant in the old Banner building for Many years. After this service she started an antique shop in her Home which she has operated with Success for a number of years. Incidentally the Victoria in her name comes from Queen Victoria. Briefs time to change shop Oneida new Prospect school quarters a arrangements have been made by the Prospect school of North Bennington to move into this Large former Tesla the Lodge and located on Park Street in the North Vil is the Large room in the schools new quarters which will Dence above known Lage. In photo below be used for school assemblies. Hagerman continued from Page i and to school and for la plus children a Nursery 3 and 4. The Large rambling new school quarters plus an adjoining garage will be of sufficient capacity for this Long Range expansion pro Gram. In addition there is a Large room for assemblies a reception and office area extra rooms for student testing and research work on the school s educational program and upstairs an apartment where initially at least one of the school s teachers will be Able to live. The use of an ungraded system with concentrated individual attention by the teacher to each child is at the heart of the school s educational method. The instructional process used with each child in turn is directly related to the degree of each child s intellectual and emotional development and his or her own particular interests and abilities. Beni Catamount certain objective goals the learning of Basic so kills in Reading writing and numbers Are superimposed however on each child s educational Progress. In carrying out the learning program the school uses a wide variety of teaching aides so that students Are exposed to the use and meaning of words and numbers in Many different contexts thus helping them to Bridge the Gap Between the Concrete and abstract. One Point of emphasis in the school s plans is that it Hopes that its teaching method May eventually be adopted in area Public schools at which time the private school would have outlived its function. Currently the school Hopes to have teachers from area schools visit the Prospect school and observe its educational program in process. Eventually the school envisions that it May become an Institute for the training of teachers in the schools teaching method which can then be applied effectively in the Public schools themselves. Lay away Yow now easter fashions now Complete ensembles for children a ladies men shoes too easy budget terms no extra charge Fienberg a 447 main St Bennington it. Prospect Man. Ski area will be open today and tomorrow. The area reports five inches of new powder on a two to 12 Inch base. There will be a special meeting of the knights of Columbus Council no. 307 sunday night at 8 30 to expedite necessary arrangements for the first degree to be held tuesday night. The officers and degree committee of court St. Andrew Catholic daughters of America will meet at the cd rooms sunday at 2 . There will be no meeting monday of Brownie troop no. 13 which meets in St. Peter s Church because of holy week. Or. . Evens office will be closed until Friday april 22. Adv. Iron Kettle weekend special roast Young Tom Turkey. Complete dinner $2. Adv. Elks Lodge of Bennington installation of officers sun., april 3, 4 . Members and ladles invited. Adv. Talent show by Frig Pete sox the second annual Beni varsity club Talent show will be presented tonight in the Beni auditorium. The show has been organized by varsity club president David Palmer and advisor Don i Ter. Or. Ziter will also act As master of ceremonies for the evening. Variety is the word for the program As everything from the travellers three and the Wolf Sisters sing traditional Folk songs to a piano Solo by John Riddle will be included. Varsity club members will appear in to commercial spoofs and kick their heels As members of a very sexy chorus line. Diane Hanson will fast Arlington Church provides sunday cribbed East Arlington a the Tribbery of Federated Church will be in operation beginning Palm sunday it was announced today. Mothers who wish to leave their babies there while attending Church service May now do so. There is a Nursery class for three year Olds and on up. Moderate an unusual fashion show in which Brawny athletes will Model the latest Paris originals. A few singing groups Mogen David and the grapes of Wrath will be introduced. It is hoped that the evening will be humorous and entertaining but if nothing else it will certainly be unusual. Astronomy notes j the Constellation Virgo represents Astrea the goddess of Justice according to greek mythology. She was the daughter of Jupiter and themis. At the time of. The Golden age of the immortals she was the ruler of the world. The Constellation Libra indicates the Scales of Justice on which Astrea weighed the deeds of men. These Scales May be seen any Clear night to the East of the Star Spica. Astrea carried them with her into the sky when she became distraught by the evilness of men. North Bennington Road Bennington Vermont Fin ast Cream style Corn 16 of. Can 4 for guts known for value5 210 North Bennington re. Bennington Vermont now. Up to 2 years to pay for Al i purchases no Money a apr Down Xiv. 4, in i m i is a the Bennington Banner telephones business. .442-6300 newsroom. .442-2800 advertising. .442-2684 the Bennington Banner is published Dally except sunday and Legal holidays at 425 main St., Bennington vt., 05201 by the Banner publishing corporation. Members of United press International which is entitled exclusively to use for republication of All local news printed in this newspaper As Well As All up news dispatches. Home delivery by Carrier and motor delivery Ioc per Day subscription rates by mall for 50-mlle radius and All Vermont 3 months $6.30, 6 months $11.70, i year $22.50 elsewhere in the . 3 months $7.00 6 months $13.00 i year $25.00 second class postage paid at Bennington it. 05201 Javery memorials 517 South Street Bennington Vermont Call mrs. Ernest h. Livery mrs. Alan ii. Page knit knit sport shirts Adams clothes shop a shoes too

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