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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - April 23, 1963, Bennington, Vermont Model . Delegates Sherri Zync left and Freda Betts right will represent Bennington High school at the 13th annual Model general Assembly of the United nations at the Plymouth . Teachers College. They will be accompanied by Kirby White Center their social studies teacher. Staff photo Buckler. Junior girls represent India at Model . By Regina Hurley Beni Catamount Benld juniors Freda Betts and Sherri Zync and social studies teacher Kirby White will attend the 13th annual Model general Assembly of the United nations at the Plymouth . Teachers College May 2-4. The conference sponsored by rotary International and the College seeks to develop an awareness of the United nations and its role in dealing with the extra Bonus double world Green Stamps wednesday and saturday people and problems of the world. The colleges International relations club will bring leaders in International affairs to the Campus to address the representatives. The Beni delegates from Beni this year will represent the country of India on the following question sri the admits Kjof the Peoples Republic of China Quot Quot the financial situation in the .,&Quot and miss Betts is a member of the Honor society the student Council and is on the editorial staff of focus. She is also Active in drama club mixed chorus and Harmon ettes. Miss Zync participates in Harmon ettes and is on the editorial staff of focus. She is also a member of the National Honor society. Folk singers at rpm May 3 Troy . A Peter Paul and Mary Folk singers will be featured at the rpm Field House on May 3 at 8 30 . Proceeds from this event sponsored by the Rensselaer inter fraternity Council will help finance the newly established Rensselaer inter fraternity Council scholarship and endowment fund. The performance will be the groups debut in the Tri City area it also Marks the first time that the f riday evening concert a segment of rpm s Spring weekend will be opened to the general Public. All seats will be reserved for the event. Tickets Are available at the rpm Field House Box office in Troy. First class All the . America s greatest drug store event a a a starts april 25th to Days Only nationally advertised life a look a Post. Sunday newspapers radio Quinlan a drug store a 11/6646 travel on Tho a Camelia Earhart plan is luxurious in Tweit it it and perfect for today air travel your Luggage. Of exclusive Long lasting leather grained Vinyl. Is scuff proof wipes clean with a Damp cloth. And ifs elegantly finished too with color coordinated linings polished Chrome locks and full strap hinges for extra strength and Security and unique Airlift handle. Smart High fashion colors. Train cat $18 95 21�?o weekend $21 95 plus Ion 30�?o overseas $37 95 Federal tax in liars use our convenient Union St. Parking lot a Entrance Javery memorials 517 South Street Bennington Vermont Call was Ernest h Javery mrs. Alan h. Page double to Stamps wed. Sup Eri i put v in Klymra schedule tuesday a weight lifting 7-9 Little league registration 7-9 . Wednesday a boys Bowling 3 30-5 Baton classes 3 30-6 30 Junior body building class 7-9 softball meeting 7 40 Industrial management club 9 Little league registration 7-9. Thursday a boys Bowling 1 30-5 weight lifting 7-9 stamp club 7 30-8 30 . Friday a Grade school girls Bowling 3 30-5 Junior bodybuilding class 7-9�?T t saturday a closed All Day. Sunday Vermont state chess championships to .�?6 . Municipal court Edward w. Vosburgh 33, of North Bennington pleaded guilty in municipal court monday to driving after his License had been suspended. Judge George Fienberg suspended sentencing until wednesday. Peace corps exam Here saturday a placement test for peace corps applicants will be Given saturday at 8 30 . In the sunday school rooms of the second congregational Church on Hillside Street. The test which lasts one hour replaces the old four hour peace corps placement examination. The new test will be Given saturday in More than 800 communities across the nation for the first time. The test is non competitive. It is used by the peace corps to determine whether an applicant is basically qualified for peace corps service and at what level. To be eligible to take the exam applicants must have either submitted a questionnaire to the peace corps or must bring a completed questionnaire with them to the testing place. Questionnaires Are available at the Post office. Applicants must be american citizens and at least 18 years old. There is no upper age limit. Married couples without dependent children May apply for the same peace corps project. Many peace corps jobs require technical skills according to Douglas hiker director of the corps Public information division but persons with Liberal arts backgrounds Are needed for Community development projects. Applicants with a general knowledge of farming Are in demand for agricultural projects. A College degree is not needed for Many peace corps assignments. Other Fields open to peace corps members Are education health and construction. More than 5,000 successful applicants for the corps Are now at work in 46 asian african or latin american countries or Are completing their training for overseas assignments. The number of volunteers has increased from 2,816 to 5,009 since june 30, 1962. Peace corps officials expect a similar increase this year. Bennington Banner tuesday april 23, 1963-3 ancient Spring rite reappears Hill rolling time honoured sport commemorating the arrival of warm weather and new grass caught the fancy of two Bennington Village youngsters sunday. Plunging Down the Sharp Grade in front of Putnam memorial Hospital Here Are Pat Paquin of 311 pleasant St. Ami Kimberley Harris her next door neighbor at 309. Staff photo Hagerman Christ scientist says Bible attests to Healing Powers Mother daughter banquet to hear swedish writer mrs. Thyra Ferre Bjorn a native of Sweden who has been in this country since 1924 and who writes and lectures As a Hobby will be the guest speaker at the annual Mother daughter banquet at the first methodist Church on May 3. She has a relaxed natural and humorous Way of speaking together with her delightful swedish accent that have charmed audiences everywhere. She is much in demand As a speaker for clubs and Church organizations. She tells Gay comical stories and also her serious talks on prayer Are impressive. Mrs. Bjorn is the wife of Robert John Bjorn also a native of Sweden. They have two daughters and four grandchildren. She prides herself on being a wife Mother and housekeeper. Her first Book Quot Papas wife Quot published by Rinehart amp co. In 1955, immediately was a Best seller. In 1958, her own life Story in fiction form was published and was called Quot Papas Quot mamas Way Quot mrs. Bjorns first religious Book came out in 1959. Her most recent Book Quot you dear papa Quot was published this year. In 1957, Quot Papas wife Quot was adapted for television and it also has been written in braille for the Blind. It was abridged by books abridged inc. And is still Selling Well after seven and one half years. Lecturing Tours have covered Vermont transit lists Spring bus schedule Rutland a the Spring schedule of bus service on Vermont transit lines to become effective sunday was announced today. Departures to Albany and hew York will be daily at 22qa,m., 7 30 . New triple 15b.m., 3 25 ., 6 15 . And 9 35 . The 6 15 . Trip will be a through coach to Miami fla., via new York Richmond and Jacksonville. Departure to North Adams Pittsfield Winsted Torrington Danbury and White Plains will be daily at 11 35 . Service North to Burlington will be daily at 4 50 ., 10 20 ., 1 35 ., 3 35 . 7 45 ., and 10 25 p. To. The 10 20 . And the 10 25 . Trips will be through coaches to Montreal the 4 50 . And the 3 35 . Trips will provide connections to Montreal by change of buses at Burlington. The 1 35 . Trip will provide connections at Rutland to Bethel Randolph Montpelier Barre St. Johnsbury Newport and Sherbrooke que. Connections at Rutland to Woodstock and White River Junction will be available on the 10 20 . And 3 35 . Trips. All arrivals and departures at new York City Are at the port authority bus terminal 41st St. Amp 8th ave. Complete information on these and other changes May be obtained at the Bennington bus terminal. Mrs. Thyra e. Bjorn most of the United states and the author has travelled to England Holland Denmark and to her native Sweden where she had an audience with her majesty Queen Louise in 1956. All these countries have published her books. She has captivated audiences wherever she goes. Reservations for the annual event Are timing made now. Used car values 1958 Cadillac Coupe Deville full Power 1795 1961 Chevrolet Corvair 2 door Dedan Reo 1495 . Eddington inc. 239 main St. Bennington there is no problem outside the reach of divine love Geith a. Plimmer of London told Ben Ningpo plans Here monday night. Quot it is the natural province of god divine love to heal Quot Plimmer said. Quot from Moses time Onward spiritually minded men in the Bible proved the Power of god to heal both sin and sickness by spiritual Means Christ Jesus unsurpassed works of Healing were Quot due to his Fuller understanding of the spiritual Laws that always heal when faithfully applied Quot he declared. A member of the Christian science Board of lectureship Plimmer spoke in the Church auditorium 125 Hillside St. Under the auspices of first Church of Christ scientist on the subject Quot Christian science the discovery of the Healing he was introduced by miss Julia Shipman. The world is being roused to open the Bible and to Honor and prove Christ a Laws of Healing the lecturer stated. Plimmer told his audience that the science of christianity is a precision religion with a scientific method. Defining the Christ As gods divine Ideal which manifests his presence and Power he said that the Christ Quot corrects comforts and consoles disciplines directs and protects rescues revives and rehabilitates. It reveals the truth of god and Man throughout All eternity. Before any problem arises in belief the Christ already has its solution in Quot the Law of Christ or truth makes All things possible to spirit Quot he declared quoting from Quot science and health with key to the scriptures Quot by Mary Baker Eddy. The lecturer also described healings in Christian science of Tomaine poisoning defective eyesight and other serious problems. Quot the prayer of hunger for god Bon hut Ort new York up a when a guest was introduced to Irwin h. Kramer owner of the hotel Edison he asked Quot Why did no to you name the hotel after yourself instead of Edison Quot Quot because i did no to invent the electric Light Quot replied Kramer. Is never wasted a a he declared Quot no matter How ill worded or not worded at All but True being is the spiritual science or truth of divine love which sooner or later we must All come to it is through scientific prayer Plimmer said that men come to understand the True nature of people in the new. By the associated press Thailand foreign minister tha Nat Khomen Laid a Floral Wreath at the new Delhi shrine of indians Independence Leader Mohandas k. Gandhi. God and the divine Laws by which in Inatio or author of Good. What he sustains and maintains health ease from anguish and suffering and Harmony in Man and the3 this vision produces and what universe. Quot Man is the reflection of Freedom it gives the human Mani Good Quot he added Quot not the or gestation of divine Emily Taft Douglas wife of sen. Paul Douglas d-ill., will be guest of Honor at a Chicago meeting to kick off a $200,000 fundraising drive to restore the Art Colony opened by her late father sculptor Lorado Taft. Taft who died in 1936, started an Art Center 57 years ago in a barn on University of Chicago property. Jerry Duerden 36-year-old London tavern keeper has taken out a policy insuring his nine Inch moustache against theft and fire. He went to sleep with a lighted cigarette in his Mouth and woke up with the foliage afire. Now he stands to collect too pounds �?$280�?if he loses the moustache through theft or fire. T8"pm tonight thru Sun apr. 2 8 tues. . 8 pm Fri. And sat. At 830 pm Mats a sat. St Sun. At 2 pm ass Aqua mrs spectacular a i 1963 a in hum a iia a err a Jet Al Riipi 1 a Brilliant spilt of colonist i on torts in Mon Tor ail tha family. Good seats for All performances right up to Showtime. Come direct to fieldhouse. Prices si.50-52-s2.50-s3-s3.50 k id half Price eve thru thur for tickets Call As 4-0900 or at rpm fill Ghousi in Troy 9 am-9 pm Howard Jjo Unson All you can eat or $1.00 French Fried potatoes a Cole Slaw tartar sauce a Rolls and butter wednesday night 5 to 9 Imp. A of to visit your Central Vermont Public service store see the Chr Malox blameless heat display featuring the latest types of modern electric heating equipment also see the Hagan insolation display the Only practical Way for electric heat to work is with proper insulation. Us Ria ski a from d amp d Jolivette electric Supply w will ii in Hani Krom i . Til closing to answer Al est ions it

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