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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - April 22, 1966, Bennington, Vermont Ii Bennington Banner Friday pril 22, 196h dress rehearsal the a wee three dance band Tommy and Phil Zandy Scott Casey and buddy Brooks a enliven a dress rehearsal of the Manchester Lions club s country and Western show playing tonight and saturday at 8 in the elementary school gym. D. Otis North Bennington Board defers Oil Burner bid until monday by Lizabet. The by Vlk North Bennington a award of a contract for installation of Oil burners in the heating Plant at the North Bennington school has been deferred until next week. At its regular monthly meeting thursday the North Bennington school Board opened four bids received for the Job but voted to put off the award until they had an Opportunity to discuss bids with a representative of Tennyson heating engineers the Burlington firm hired by the Board to Survey needs in the building and make up specifications for the work. Board chairman William e. Daileyjr. Was instructed to Contact the Burlington firm and have the Engineer in charge come to North Bennington monday if possible to meet with the Board i the matter. Announcement of the contract award will be made at that time Dailey said. The Board discussed with supt. Leon e. Wagner the appointment of part time instructors in music and physical education next year. In the latter area Wagner said he had been contacted by the Bennington Myca with the suggestion that an assistant Secretary from the y undertake the physical education program for kindergarten through Grade 6. The Board instructed Wagner to work out an arrangement with they which had provided physical education in the local school for a number of years in the past before a full time physical education instructor was hired. Nuhs principal Catherine Corcoran who will next year be assistant principal of it. Anthony Union High school questioned the Board to find out when these part time teachers for the elementary grades would be working Here. She noted the extreme difficulty under which administration will be working next year in scheduling classes in a building occupied by two different school systems. Wagner suggested and the Board agreed that she plan High school classes in the most efficient manner possible and Par time teachers in the elementary grades would be expected to work within this framework. In a discussion of books and other equipment now owned by the school that might possibly Nolan named acting principal North Bennington a at its meeting thursday the North Bennington school Board named Robert p. Nolan to serve As acting principal for elementary grades in the local school starting in september. Nolan will Combine the role of acting principal with his duties As Grade g teacher. He will be paid $300 for his work As acting principal. Supt. Leone Wagner re amended the Point men of Nolan a i Adwate of c a on state College who has taught Here for the past seven years. Wagner and the Board agreed that an acting principal would be appointed for one year Only the interim year when part of the local school Plant will be used by it. Anthony Union schools. After that time the local school it was agreed would require the services of a principal who would devote at least part of his Home to administration. Wagner Aid this Point was understood by Nolan when he agreed to serve As acting principal next year. Time to change shop Oneida attention bargain Hunters Thomson manufacturing co. Is offering factory rejects to you on sat., april 23rd, 9 . To 4 . Underwear for inns. Quot Iris. Ladies and men. Some Are not mended. A be slight in stained but serviceable. Enter through shipping room or on Ben Mont ave. Be sold to it. Anthony schools the Board agreed to keep typewriters and All shop machinery at least for now. Dailey reminded the Board that interest has been expressed from time to time in a program of adult education Here in which most of this equipment would be needed. The Board Felt that possibilities of such a program should be explored As soon As some of the other problems of converting the system to an elementary program Are ironed out. In other action the Board a agreed to accept a tentative Calendar for the 1966-67 school year that had been prepared in supt. Wagner a office under which the school year Here for elementary grades would commence aug. 31 and end june 7, 1967. He said the it. Anthony schools and the Bennington schools would not Start until a week later sept. 7, and of course would run a week later the following june. Wagner said the aug. 31 starting Date Calendar had been accepted in the other districts under his supervision including Arlington Shaftsbury and Pownal. Although noting this might cause some inconvenience for people with children in two schools the Board somewhat reluctantly agreed to the proposed Calendar. A issued a reminder that the annual District meeting comes this year june 29 and notification of intention to run for school director of it. Anthony is required during a period of 14-21 Days before the meeting. Terms of one local school Board member and one representative to the Union Board expire this year. A instructed the Board chairman to work out arrangements for a dinner at which the Board would Host the teachers. A and signed diplomas for the last graduating class at Nuhs. Miss Corcoran observed that the diplomas Are not valid until her signature is affixed and Quot i never sign them until the afternoon of graduation life on Venus Washington up a two scientists from the Johns Hopkins University say that Venus appears to be the Only other planet in the solar system besides Earth where Quot life As we know it is Likely to in fact said drs. William Plummer and John Strong new findings indicate there Are Large regions of Venus Quot where Man would find the temperature writing in the april Issue of the astrophysical journal the two scientists said temperatures on Venus appear to Range from As High As 580 degrees fahrenheit at its Equator to 9 degrees fahrenheit a Well below freezing at the planets Polar areas. But they said there Are Large intermediate areas which Quot May readily support loyalty Day Manchester a the origins and reasons for celebre tons Are sometimes forgotten in the hubbub of annual Observance. For the record a the annual loyalty Day Parade in Manchester had its origins 16 years ago through the National organization of the veterans of foreign wars. May i the Day of worldwide communist Celebration was designated by the vow As a Day for local expression of patriotism by local vow posts and communities. Presidential and congressional proclamations a a proclamation from of v. Philip h. Hoff backs to a vow Appeal. The loyalty Day Parade Here begins at 2 . my Anthony notifies rfcs on tuition Hoosick Falls . A the Board of education of Hoosick Falls Central school at its meeting tuesday night was notified that the it. Anthony school District in Bennington will no longer pay tuition for students in in of of \. R % is k attending the local school. Seven students from Vermont now attend school Here on a tuition basis of $300 annually. The families of two students have expressed their intention to pay the tuition costs personally. It is estimated that the school District will lose about $1,500 in Vermont tuition fees. Mrs. Yvonne Lynds the former Yvonne Cadoret valedictorian of the class of 1961 of rfcs and a graduate of St. Lawrence University was engaged As teacher of mathematics for grades 7, to and la. Mrs. Lynds who is teaching this year in Hudson Falls lives in Buskirk. Approval was granted for the attendance of miss Julia Hoover Reading teacher to attend the Reading conference at Syracuse University May 20 and 21. Mountain towns Carlo Wolter to 4-3993 invitations have been received by relatives and friends to the wedding of miss Tamara Lavoy daughter of or. And mrs. Raymond c. Lavoy and Douglas Duncan son of mrs. Grace Duncan and the late Frank Duncan. The wedding will take place May 7 at the congregational Church in Wilmington. The Rev. Henry Peck will officiate. A reception will be held at the Ironstone West Dover following the ceremony. Quot the civils a a Young Peoples band consisting of John Rice of Searsburg Danny look and Larry Soupart of Wilmington electric guitars Linda Goodwin of West Dover piano and Rockey radish Drums will play for the freshman dance at the Wilmington High school april 29 and for the Quot end of the year party at the red House april 30. Inspection tour a More than 50 attending the Spring meeting of the capital District Section . State water control association wednesday inspected Wood Long corporations new filtration Plant near the Hoosick River in Hoosick Falls. Men foreground visit the White water Basin in shed and men background View the outflow of purified water in the River. Beaumont Wood Long scores a first in water pollution control by Faith by Dumont Hoosick Falls n. Y. A the new sewage treatment Plant of Wood Long corporation Here installed last september As the first Industrial pollution control in Rensselaer county was the subject of discussion at the Spring meeting of the capital District Section new York state water control association wednesday noon at Dave victors restaurant. Ralph Millington general manager and John Mason chief Engineer of Wood Long were special guests at the meeting attended by More than 60 men including representatives of state and county health departments the Massachusetts health department consulting and sales engineers of area firms rpm professors and students and executives of a Large number of paper industries from a wide area. Principal speaker was John Forster a partner of the Shultz Forster sales Engineer agents for Hungerford and Terry of Clayton ., contractors for installing the waste treatment Plant at Wood Long. Using a Chart Forster reviewed the four stages of the operation and its technical aspects. Once the project was installed he said everything went according to plan with All expectations for its effectiveness fulfilled. It was pointed out that with the operation a certain amount of saving has been realized by the company with the reuse of Clay filler which is saved. Other plans now under consideration May provide for other savings for the company with the operation. According to Millington the company is very Happy with results of the operation. He quoted the Overall Cost of the installation to Wood Long As $155,-000. A first in the county water control of officials take turns inspecting the $155,000 Wood Long filtration Plant including the sludge tank upper level where filler is salvaged for reuse in the company a manufacturing of stereotype Mats a chemical make up tank left and beyond two 10,000 Gal. Capacity coagulating tanks where sludge settles at Bottom and Clear water runs from top of tank into pipe and then into Hoosick River. Wood Long was the first Rensselaer county Industry to comply with the health department ruling on water pollution abatement. Following the meeting More than 50 of the group motored to Hoosick f alls to View operation of the treatment Plant at Wood Long. The inspection tour was led by Millington and Mason and Stanley Fifield Plant manager. After inspection of the treatment Plant the men were Given a tour of the manufacturing Plant and watched with interest operation in the manufacture of its product stereotype dry Mats. Fred Wurtenberger water pollution control Engineer for the Hoosick grangers to present 4the enchanted Garden two nights Albany Region which includes 18 counties was in charge of arrangements for the meeting. Wurtenberger has recently returned from two Day sessions of the new England and new York pollution control boards where an agreement was reportedly reached on a timetable of operations for government units and industries in the three states Massachusetts Vermont and new York to clean up the entire Hoosick River by 1970. These include North Adams Adams and Williamstown mass., Pownal and North Bennington and the Village of Hoosick Falls. Wilmington masons hold installation Wilmington a social Lodge 38 of amp am conducted its installation of officers at a special meeting in the masonic Temple monday night. Officers Are Richard Chapman worshipful master Lynde Kimball senior Warden Peter Barton Junior Warden m. R. Greene treasurer Ralph d. Madbury Secretary George crafts senior Deacon Guy e. Nido jr., Junior Deacon William Armstrong senior Steward Charles Staib Junior Steward Kenworth Kimball chaplain Gordon Rice marshal and Clinton Hall Tyler. Hall who had served As worshipful master for the past two years represented the third generation of his family to serve in that capacity. His Grandfather Walter a. Hall served during 1908 and 1920, and his father Clinton m. Hall in 1926 and 1927. William Pool past master and past District Deputy grand master served As installing officer assisted by past masters Gerald Jacobs and Gordon Rice As marshals. Preceding the ceremonies the past masters degree was conferred upon Richard Chapman of social Lodge Howard be mis of Unity Lodge Jacksonville and Paul Lesure of balance Rock chapter Readsboro. Refreshments were served after the meeting. Bus celebrates Spanish week Manchester a april is modern foreign language month across the country and Spanish students at Burr and Burton Seminary under the direction of mrs. Isabel Wilkins have launched a number of projects marking Spain Ash week in the Seminary. French week will be held later. Among activities were the presentation of skits by Margaret Phillips and Sally Stannard and Cynthia Fleming. In Spanish classes students have been studying observances of holy week in Spain and heard Carlos Montoya a virtuoso guitar on a recording of a Seata a a musical piece which depicts holy week processions in Seville. After the traditional lapse of about eight Days which coincided with Burr and Burton a Spring vacation Spain observes some of its lighter festivities such As the a Fer Law flair at Seville. Following this tradition bus students have been listening this week to flamenco music As Well As classical guitar my. Sic played by Andres Segovia. Carol Bresko and Julia Hatcher created tags which have been worn during the week to promote Mil month at Burr and Burton. Additional decorations in mrs. Wilkins Spanish room were contributed by Many students and arranged by Grace Parker and Susan Miller and reports on a variety of Spanish subjects were presented including a display of Spanish Stamps by Charles Holden. Jail recruiting Nottingham e up a the British stuck one of its posters on the Nottingham jail. Quot join these n gland army has recruiting Wall of it reads Hoosick . A the Hoosick Grange variety show a the enchanted Garden a will play a two night stand tonight and saturday at 8 at the Grange Hall Here. Burt Rockwood will be accompanist and following the show he and his orchestra will furnish music for rounds and Square with Sonny Olsen As caller. Vocal solos will be offered by Roger Moseley Kim Nelson Raymond Calhoun Warren Jones Donald Sutton Arlene Geraldine and Lorraine Cornell and Kathy Griswold. Instrumental solos will be performed by William Cottrell trumpet Ernest and Danny Tilley Banjo duet. _ Randy James and Arnold Jones will present a Novelty act and Susan Elliott a pantomime. Mrs. Almon Hewitt will present a monologue and Jane Brenen Stuhl a Baton act. Tap dancers include Jane Kipp Cindy Colvin Teddy Van orman Kathy gris Wold and Sandy Roscoe. An opening number will Star a cast composed of Alma and Carol Brenenstuhl Arlene Geraldine and Lorraine Cornell Joan Cipperly and Lillian Hewitt and mrs. Paul Cipperly will give the Welcome. W00lw0rths Brazil nut filled or Creme Foore chocolate or Vanilla la. 29 chocolate Vanilla Creme or chocolate Brazil nut fudge. Buy i la. At regular Price get 2nd la. For 1. Your Money a Worth Rwy at Woolworth Benefit a mrs. Lea Ehrich dances a Jig during Arlington a National Library week Observance a Reading thursday night by the Library Board of a a you can to take it with you to Benefit Martha Canfield Library. Also pictured from left Are librarian Gerald Raftery James Mccabe and mrs. Margaret Whalen. Thompson Manchester the panel of students who will appear tonight on the a Little red schoolhouse quiz show Over Wrob to at 7 30 has been named by the Burr and Burton Seminary faculty. Included Are Steve Rosencrantz Margaret Phillips and John Finlay All of Dorset and Peter Moore of Winhall. Mancheste rites Nancy Carman and Paul h. Bullockjr. Are alternates. Some 40 Seminary students will travel via Austin Rumney a bus to Schenectady tonight to watch the telecast. Lennington photo service . Jow Rorr with every Roll j processed film Black 2k White and Koda color Roll i Lim 126 127 620 120 Bennington photo service 106 North St. Bennington it. Daily 9 30 5 30 Fri. 9 30 8 30 dial 2 5349

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