Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Apr 24 1963, Page 5

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - April 24, 1963, Bennington, Vermont County leaders launch a Friendly town program Shaftsbury a the 1963 Herald Tribune a Friendly town Quot program officially got under Way in Vermont at the Spring meeting in Springfield on saturday. Mrs. Fred Stacy Bennington county chairman and mrs. William e. Dailey or. Attended the luncheon Zenith color to for greater dependability i. T. Williams we done to talk service Ive give it and meeting at the Hartness House. Goals for 1963 were outlined by Ralph b. Dwinell a a Friendly town director from new York. He stressed need for More invitations for negro children and especially for More boys. Bennington county s 1962 participation in the program was a most Gratifying As of the 34 children entertained Here 22 were negro or puerto rican and 12 were White. This county also has an excellent record of re invitations which the fund feels very important to the Success of the program. The associations made and the favourable impressions formed on these children Are evident in their character when repeated year after year officials noted. The quota for the county this year is 60 but the chairman is working for too invitations. Miss Teresa Bove of Rutland state representative for the fund briefly reviewed the annual meeting in new York in february and introduced the guests present including Richard Crandell Public relations director and Laurence Mickolic associate director from the new York office. Also Bernard Emerson acting Springfield town manager and Gerald Mclaughlin of the Springfield reporter. Mrs. Emily Cota Windsor county chairman was in charge. Of arrangements for the meeting. Newly assigned Richard c. Ballance a has completed his Basic training at the great lakes naval training station and is now assigned to the aircraft Carrier uss Hancock san Francisco Cal. He is a son of or. And mrs. M r. Ball of paddock place. Grandma runs her Airport in High heels Independence to. Apr eleven times a grandmother and right Handy As a Cook mrs. A. Does t look like what she is an air age business woman. Owner of a private Airport which she built on her family farm and of 75 single engine planes based there she is completing nearly two decades of operating an aviation ground school renting planes and operating hangers and repair shops. Formally she is mrs. Vesta Ailshire and she refuses to give her age. To friends and customers she a mrs. A. She goes about her business wearing High heels jewelry and dresses a no Blue jeans or similar masculine Type attire. Daily she bakes cakes and doughnuts for Sale in the lunchroom at her Independence memorial Airport. At the training school she interrupts classes each tuesday and thursday nights to serve Coffee and sweets. A they brag on me so much Quot she says a i just have to serve the Guys and get up Early to Beamington Banner wednesday april 24, 1963-5 Paris in the year 2000 12-16 million residents Crisp Fine line 100% Cotton makes neatly tailored Slacks with Tab front elastic Back for perfect fit. Sizes 2 to 7 regulars $28 colors Navy Pewter Blue dark Antelope 8 to 12 regulars amp slims sch of the Childe he a Bazaar main St. Bennington it. Award to fund co chairman mrs. William e. Dailey or. Of Shaftsbury co chairman of the Herald Tribune fresh air fund in Bennington county was cited at the Springfield meeting saturday at Hartness House. Her award of Merit covers the period 1946-1962 in helping to extend a love and hospitality Quot to fresh air children. Ralph b. Dwinell director of Quot Friendly town program arrived from the new York office to make the presentation. Photo Lashua accepting the Banner s citation by the Herald Tribune fresh air fund is mrs Fred Stacy of Shaftsbury Bennington county fund chairman and the banners Shaftsbury correspondent. Presentation was made by Richard f. Crandell the funds Public relations director at the Spring regional meeting in Springfield saturday. Mrs. Stacy herself received an award of Merit for outstanding Effort during 1962 in behalf of underprivileged children of new York City. Photo Lashua program thursday College Library plans honors reception the Public has been invited to attend the formal presentation of the first honors award when it is Given to the Edward Clark Crossett Library of Bennington College on thursday at 2 . At the Library. The a Ani citation will be presented to librarian Mary s. Hopkins by Payson Webber american Institute of architects representative of Rutland. Given jointly by the american Institute of architects the american Library association and the National Book committee the award was competed for by 63 College and University libraries completed after Jan. I 1958. Only two first honors awards were granted. The three organizations initiated the Library buildings award program a to encourage excellence in the architectural planning of among those attending the proceedings will be Dean Pietro Belluschi architect of the Crossett Library and Dean of architecture at Massachusetts Institute of technology mrs. Gladys y. Leslie of Bennington librarian at the College when the new Library was in its planning stage mrs. William h. Wills Bennington trustee of the College Frederic l. Day jr., Dean Bellus chips associate during the building of the Library and of Carl Koch associates of Cambridge mass. Wyllis e. Wright librarian at Williams College she gets Gash for ugly legs London apr a girls do Wear Short skirts most of the time a said High court judge sir Richard Elwes a and pretty shapely legs Are admired in our time and i think rightly so a then he awarded 1,384 pounds $3,875 a in damages tuesday to Vivian Pettit 26, whose pretty legs were injured when a Motorist hit her Scooter. The crash left a bad scar and one of her legs was noticeable bowed. A it is the kind of disfigurement that a Young woman has to worry about a said the judge. A i think a girl is entitled to feel unhappy about having ugly mrs. Anna Antoniewicz executive Secretary of National Library week committee of Vermont mrs. Jane b. Hobson executive Secretary free Public Library service state of Vermont Burton Winslow Bennington clerk of the works when the Library was under construction. Following the presentation guests will have an Opportunity to tour the building. A spokesman for the College expressed Hope that Many of the colleges neighbors who had not had a Chance to View the Library will attend. Adler to speak at conference of math teachers or. Irving Adler of Shaftsbury author of books about science and mathematics will be guest speaker May 7 at the second of three meetings organized by the Bennington Southwest District for area mathematics teachers. Or. Adlers subject will Ber a what is mathematics and How does a mathematician think a the meeting will be held from 2 to 4 . At the Shaftsbury elementary school. The three meetings have been organized As a warm up sessions for a workshop in modern mathematics aug. 12�?23 at the Molly Stark school. Or. Ann Peters professor of mathematics at Keene . Teachers College who is conducting the workshop will speak at the third session May 28 at the Molly Stark school. The meetings Are open to All teachers whether they Are planning to attend the workshop or not. Southwest District seeks 6 teachers vacancies for six teachers including a High school commercial teacher and an elementary French teacher Are still unfilled in schools in the Bennington Southwest school District. Applicants Are currently being interviewed for most of the positions Leon e. Wagner sup intendant of the District said tuesday. Contracts of All returning teachers in the seven member District have been signed by the school directors according to Wagner. The North Pownal graded school District and the Woodford town school District now have their full complement of teach ers for the coming year. There Are still vacancies in the Arlington North Bennington Pownal and greater Bennington school districts. The seven school boards have begun budget meetings this week Wagner said. The Shaftsbury Board met monday night the Pownal Board tuesday night and the North Bennington Board will meet tonight. The Prudential committee of the greater Bennington schools inc. Will hold its budget meeting monday at 4 . Other meetings have not yet been scheduled. Autopsy results Are withheld Montpelier apr state police Headquarters said today an investigation was being continued into the death of a 66-year old Lowell Man whose body was found in a Brook on his property sunday. The body of John Mcelroy was taken to Burlington for an autopsy. The autopsy was to have been held monday but results were not known. Weightless Comfort of an by Scott b. Burns United press International k Paris up a Paris will be a booming modern City of 12 to 16 million persons by the end of the Century according to a government forecast. The forecast was released by Paul de Ouvrier government planner for the Paris area. It has become More and More evident that modern Paris with 8 million residents and 2 million vehicles cannot operate on the same treets Laid Down in the 18th Century. The City than had 2 million residents and 100,000 horses. The planner s design Calls for expansion of the City a two suburban superhighways to make a network of to express roads skirting the City. Then fast subway trains would carry workers to their jobs. The report said present Day parisians Are among the country s most poorly lodged persons with 80 per cent of the City s Homes More than 30 years old and 2 million of the City a 3.3 Mil lion Homes having neither a Bath nor a Shower. Some 500,000 of these Homes and apartments Don t even have water on the same floor according to the report. Del Ouvrier a report was concerned principally with the City a future growth through 1975, but included additional surveys of the probable situation through the year 2,000. It was Felt that any sensible planning would have to take into account the City a development Over the next 30 years or More. The report hailed the rapid growth of provincial cities As a Factor which would save Paris from strangling itself predicting Lyons might attain 2 million inhabitants and Marseilles Lille and the Nancy Metz Region might reach 1.5 million inhabitants Between now and the turn of the Century. The completion of present work turning the rest of the Scenic Riverside walkways along the Seine River in Central Paris into High Speed roadways for East West traffic also was suggested. Ship a Shore twin pocket Shir Tible in Gay Mallard print 3.00 unlined pump hotel Putnam bldg. Bennington it. C colonial shopping Clr. Williamstown mass. A who s tue Hest to Hajj it the hew Otton c5qp ? toc Jau. An to Nitu 9p.m. Use our convenient Union St customer a r Kino lot the soft suppleness of this pump and an Elasticised towline that hugs the foot without flu slightest pressure Are two reasons a by air step is your kind of shoe. $13.99 main Street Bennington menus knit shirts $2.95 $3.95 Ballon shirts so a la m de. L arge Burt Bros. A we be picked a whole new variety of shirtwaist and sheaths for your warm weather wardrobe. Gather these sunny styles now and reap the benefits of their fashion All summer. Beautiful Decoy this easy going easy living love of a shirt ifs Fine All Cotton and so easy care singing tones on White. 28 to 38. Open Fri. A til a specially treated flexible sole. Bone and White

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