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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - August 2, 1965, Bennington, Vermont It Bennington Banner monday August 2, 1965 a Washington county first Cambridge plans program for saving Young eyes by Ruth Bates Cambridge . A an interested group of persons sparked by miss Alice Ashton and her enthusiasm for a new sight saving clinic for Small youngsters met at the hotel Cambridge wednesday night to hear miss Patricia Patterson a representative of the new York state association for the Blind Eye health service. In 1920, miss Patterson explained the association tried to get a sight saving program off the ground but growth has been slow. Twenty five states Are now participating in the program and new York has 20 counties now working at it. Cambridge will be the first sight saving committee these Are members of the committee formed in Cambridge ., last week to organize an Eye testing program for Young children. Front Row from left Are mrs. Paul Stefanovich miss Alice Ashton mrs. Grace Blatch Ley. Standing from left Are or. Charles Cole James Leone or. Philip Barff Bernard Morache and John Hunt. Bates it e it t t u 4 a a Quot a v a a �4 ? a a it a a it it s. A. A. A. Ltd j it. Yet a v. I / a f i it a i \ it t if v Quot who s taking the step that could step up employment Quot Quot who is doing something practical in the american tradition of self help and local action to create More Job opportunities and to train people for existing Job opportunities Quot answer american private Enterprise and individual cities and towns across the countr and now Industry is taking a new step to boost employment. I he National association of manufacturers has launched a major nation wide program called step solutions to employ mint problems. Siep is searching America to find proven successful ways to find More jobs and to fit people Tor available jobs. Its findings appear As verified Case studies which Are offered to companies and communities without charge. For More information write to step. 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Left to 1 Shultz Debbie and Lau Bennington. Community in Washington county to attempt this clinic the purpose of which is to test pre school children Between three and five for slight and some not so slight defects of the Eye. It is important that the parents realize that this is not an Eye a examination a miss Patterson said. It is a simple test which is Given by local volunteers to try and determine if the child has any Eye deficiency. The volunteers Are dedicated to the Eye saving idea and will be thorough in their part of the tests. If there seems to be trouble with a child a Eye parents will be asked to return for a second test two weeks later to repeat the process according to the speaker because a child can have bad Days be Cross or uncooperative one Day and be quite the opposite on another Day. After the second test the child is referred to the family physician and records Are kept of the follow up of the visit to the physician. Or. Philip Barff Ander. Charles Cole were ii. Agreement that a child is seen by the family Hysi Cian when under a year but unless there is sickness the physician does not see the child again until he is ready to enter school. Eye trouble can Start when the child is Between two and five the doctors explained and much of this trouble can be corrected if caught Early. Defects should be caught before the age of 7, says the association for the Blind. There is apparently no Money required for the clinic except for advertising. The local committee elected officers who will be responsible for publicity location of testing tentatively the american decl. I 1/1 Gion room referral Tot Efam leu nips Ana Nan ily physician and the Type of tests used. Officers for the coming year Are Bernard Morache chairman of the project advisory committee and also sight conservation chairman for the Lions club mrs. Paul Stefanovich recruitment of volunteers miss Alice Ashton recording Secretary mrs. Henry Bates jr., Secretary. The doctors will serve in an advisory capacity. On the committee also Are mrs. Grace Blatchley r.n., who worked in eyes ears and Throat work for Many years James Leone Lions club member and elementary principal of Cambridge Central school and John Hunt Lions club president. Anyone wishing information or wanting to Volunteer for service in this group May Call mrs. Paul Stefanovich at 677-2755. Representatives of neighbouring communities Are invited to come to the clinic if they Are interested in starting one. Volunteers should undergo two four hour sessions of training prior to the clinic. No Date has been definitely set but the clinic will be in october. China charges i .8. Planes buzzed shipping Tokyo up a communist China today charged that . Military planes a buzzed. And made repeated dives on one of its merchant ships in route to Cambodia in june and july. A communist news Agency dispatch monitored Here said the merchant ship a a Nanahia 155�?� was illuminated at night by searchlights and a illuminated a at times the . Planes circled above the chinese merchant ship at an Altitude of Only tens of meters and made repeated dives toward it a the new China news Agency said. On one trip the peking dispatch claimed the communist ship was a pursued More than 1,200 nautical Miles by . Military aircraft making 42 sorties in turn. Ittle Hope three months ago when she was brought the Bennington county humane society shelter this name change. Giving her some added attention Are these 4-h horse club which plans a horse show aug. 22 to Bene ight around a a High Are Rita Torrisi of Bennington Mary Johnson All of Shaftsbury and Sally Barney of North Otisie Art enter s chamber music is comb but sunday audiences Are too Small by Lisa Tate within a varied program of evening events that stretch Over the whole summer the Southern Vermont Art Center has happily included three chamber music offerings of which i have now heard two. The most recent was sunday night s concert of piano trios piano violin cello by Beethoven Brahms and models Sohn As performed by the Boston Trio. Roger Shermont violinist and John Sant ambrogio cellist Are members of the Boston symphony orchestra which makes its Home in Tanglewood each summer and there was an occasional suspicion that both had probably performed in the afternoon then raced North to meet their Manchester commitment. The third member of the Trio was Phyllis Moss a pianist of proficiency who has done Solo work with various orchestras. The trios Choice of program was frankly romantic and familiar to chamber music lovers. Each of the trios had its own Lush kind of Beauty though hearing them in a Row had a slightly lulling effect on the senses. Coupled with that was a sense of Rush. The musicians played just a few phrases before All the audience had taken their seats in the darkened shed and started the Brahms Trio in c major immediately on the heels of Beethoven a in b Flat major with scarcely a moments time out to catch ones breath. And Rush or fatigue might have accounted for a bad slip up in the first movement of the Mendelssohn when the violin fell out of phase and find a Subtle Way Back into the mesh of the three voices. But the performers did make their instruments sing out rather boldly for the most part letting the audience revel in the Richness of the melodic lines and the harmonic modulations that Are the Delight if no longer the Surprise of much 19th Century music. It was a comfortable kind of concert Well suited to a sunday night that was restlessly trying to blow up a storm. If there was disappointment on my part and there was some it was with the fact that these three instrumentalists could have done More if they had been More willing to listen to each other As they played More willing to query and respond with musical inflection and feeling. There were too Many mechanical moments mixed in with others of More considered shading even if the music itself carried the evening. The Toubman Trio from Boston which played at the Art Center several weeks ago on a sunday afternoon invested its performance with an unmistakable affection and sense of ensemble even if the music they performed was less readily accessible. Elinor Preble flautist Raymond Toubman oboist and Olivia Toubman cellist played works by Telemann Foeillet and Haydn All of them sprately though highly structured compositions along with works by a composer unknown to me Neubaur who was Mozart a contemporary and two Lovely pieces for unaccompanied flute by Debussy and Honegger. Actually theirs was a More interesting program because of its the Pownal an informational meeting to outline proper procedures for town clerks and boards of civil authority in legislative District 32 has been set for thursday at Vera Langlais a 823-7716 8 . In the Readsboro school. The newly formed District is composed of Pownal Wilmington Whitingham Readsboro Stamford Dover and Searsburg. According to Law mrs. Rachel Mason Pownal town clerk automatically becomes District clerk As Pownal had the largest number of Legal voters at the last presidential election Over 800. It is expected that legislators from the seven towns will be present to clarify any issues. Pownal boy scout troop 47 will meet tuesday night at 6 30 at the Pudvar Camp in East Pownal to Complete preparations for the three Day Camporee this weekend. Or. And mrs. Marshall w. Cross former residents of Coulter st., Bennington moved saturday into their new Home on . 7, Pownal Center which they recently purchased from or. And mrs. Walter Patterson. The House is a one and a half Story Gray and White colonial style Frame House with five rooms and about one acre of land. Or. And mrs. Patterson have purchased six acres of land from mrs. Alma White on the West Side of . 7 in Pownal Center and Are planning to build a Home which is expected to be completed in about 8 weeks. A garage has been finished and the family will use this As living quarters until the new House is ready. The Patterson Are parents of a son Gary 18, and a daughter Sandra,15. Variety and its invitation to the audience to share in music written by some lesser known composers. An informative aspect was thus added to the sheer pleasure of the afternoon. Coming to the Center next sunday evening at 8 30 is the Zim Bler sinfonietta made up of 12 string players from the Boston symphony orchestra along with Sherman Walt bassoonist. They will perform chamber works by Vivaldi Corelli Handel Mozart Samuel Barber and Paul Hindemith. The Chance to hear the chamber music repertory is most available to us in the summer and chamber music deserves an audience because of the intimacy with which it reaches out to the receptive listener. To hear symphonic or choral music is quite a different experience something Akin to the difference Between trying to swim in Salt water surf or in the still clearness of a fresh water Lake. And Only Here do i get to what is basically bothering me the fact that there has not been enough audience for the Good chamber music which the Art Center has presented this summer and in Summers past. It would seem that sunday night is a better time than sunday afternoon but the problem is deeper than one of timing. Is there some Way Itiat the Center with the support of the town can incorporate some kind of music instruction or continuing musical Endeavor that will result in concerts of endemic interest to the people who live in the area the Center has done this with some fruitful results in the areas of visual arts and Ballet but the continued importation of professional musicians for one night stands is costly too sporadic and evidently not the Way in which to build an audience for one of the most meaningful forms in our musical heritage. Girls girls girl a wrestling National to stars Bennington armory tues., aug. 3rd. Re 30 . Sponsored by . Club tickets on Sale at armory extra one bout featuring Quot Ringo the beat let midget wrestler 3-3ig matches-3 Prince Dawn Eagle is. Miss kentuckian Violet Ray a. Lady Bolo world Champion also tag team match general admission adults Skop children 50< s i i

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