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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - August 10, 1965, Bennington, Vermont Tax chief w Itherspoon \ Vermont towns tax in three ways goof bad an indifferent p aul fac for Frik Nelson Bishop s compan offers Blay hero thursday sight a an enemy of the people by Ibsen will be presented by the Bishops company of California americans first touring repertory of its kind in the Parish House of St. Peters episcopal Church thursday aug. 12 at 8 . The play takes place in 1870 in a Village in Norway which looks Forward to new health and wealth because of the natural Springs it has developed. Playing the role of or. Thomas Stockmann will be Erik Nelson who discovers that the Springs Are contaminated and tells his brother Peter the mayor. Nelson is from Olympia wash., and recently competed work at the Pasadena playhouse. Peter Stockmann the mayor is a native of new York and will let a played by Paul Feuer. Gene Gould plays Katherine Stockman the doctors wife and also doubles As mrs. Aslaksen a citizen of the Village. John Vesey portrays the part of Lovstad editor of the Village newspaper. The play reaches its Climax Crown tron to Newfane Poilu to Mee t a Carl when the doctor cannot keep quiet about truth a because truth is from god and the truth of god demands that i speak and speak and Peter his brother subverts and draws away All support from Thomas until in a climactic debate Thomas is declared a an enemy of the people by the very citizens he has tried to save and Lead to a life of integrity. A pariah in his Home town Thomas is tempted to run away to America. But after his father in Law tries to a buy him off he realizes that his duty is to fight evil wherever he finds it. He makes a pact with god that through every Means in his Power he will make this a better world. The Bishops company was founded by Phyllis Beardsley Bokar in 1952 and is in its 13th year of bringing Fine drama to the houses of worship in America and Canada. They have played in Over 6,000 churches and have a touring record of More than i million Miles. St. Peters Church is required to guarantee the Cost of production and tickets May still be purchased from the office of the Parish House and at the door thursday at 8 . Montpelier problems of local taxation in Vermont lie deeper than town listers says tax commissioner Gerald s. Witherspoon who suggests that some problems can Only be solved by legislative action. Witherspoon reviews his ideas in a mimeographed statement addressed primarily to the editor of the Rutland Herald and distributed with the latest Issue of a tax aids a published monthly by the state tax department. Vermont towns the commissioner says fall into three general categories a i. A number of towns including some of the largest have recently undergone Complete reappraisal of taxable properties by outside appraisers or Well trained local listers. Although the grand lists of these towns May still contain imperfections for ours in an imperfect world the Over All results Are highly satisfactory. �?o2. A second group of towns have grand lists which Are basically sound but they reflect pro Perty values which prevailed a decade or two ago. If All property had increased in value at a uniform rate in recent years this problem would not be too serious. Unfortunately land values in Many towns Are rising More rapidly than building values. Moreover recently improved or transferred properties Are usually listed at current prices. Each year therefore these grand lists become More distorted and vulnerable to taxpayer appeals. �?o3. The grand lists of our remaining towns Are in serious disarray. Over the years they have developed into a Potpourri of negotiated settlements and random decisions seasoned with a generous dash of Folk Justice. Seldom however Are the listers primarily to blame. The overwhelming majority of our Vermont listers Are conscientious hardworking and underpaid. Witherspoon says he issued e. Hollen Der of Shrewsbury Secretary of the Crown Point Road association will be the guest speaker at the annual meeting of the Windham county court House in Newfane on sunday aug. 15, at 2 30 . The association was organized in 1959 following the Champlain festival. Its members have let Een Active in tracing the old historical Crown Point Highway sponsoring Field trips and setting up markers at historic spots on the Road. Hollender will review the history of the Road in his talk on a the Crown Point Road of 1759-1760.�?� prior to the program annual reports will be presented and election of officers held during a business meeting. After the program refreshments will be served in the museum which will let a open for inspection by visitors. The Public is invited. I a my Nichols sleep shift by Tom girl Iten Janisin Mason Sunderland a miss Barbara Lee Mason daughter of or. And mrs. Howard l. Mason of Sunderland was married july 31 to Carl David Benjamin jr., son of or. And mrs. Carl d. Benjamin sr., of Sunderland. The 1 30 . Ceremony in the Federated Church in East Arlington was performed by the pastor the Rev. Granville Greenwold. Lawrence Benjamin Cousin of the bridegroom was accompanied by mrs. Ruth Grout at the Organ. The Bride was Given in marriage by her father and was attended by mrs. Ellen Jennings of East Arlington As Matron of Honor sister of the Bride. Bridesmaids were miss Diane Mason of South Londonderry Cousin of the Bride and miss Sandra Andrews of Arlington. John Mason of Sunderland Bro ther of the Bride served As Best Man. Ushers were Orland j. Blanchard or. Of Dalton mass., and Robert Perrault of Pittsfield mass. The brides floor length gown was of organza Over net with wide lace panel around the Waist and Down the front scoop neckline and Long sleeves. The gown had a full length train with two Small trains of lace which form the ends of a Bow. A double layer veil of illusion was held by a Satin Bow and crystals. The bridal bouquet was of White carnations and baby a breath. A reception was held on the Lawn at the Home of the Bride for More than too guests. The Guestbook was circulated by the bridesmaids. Or. And mrs. Carl bin j Amin High school in 1963, and St. Joseph College in old Bennington in 1965, and is employed at the Vermont Bank and Trust in Bennington. The couple left on a wedding trip on the new Hampshire and Maine coast. They will make their Home in East Arlington. Out of town guests were included from Vermont new Hampshire Massachusetts Connecticut and new York. Smocked of Fine drip dry Cotton. Sizes s-y1-l Pink i Blue yellow. Lingerie dept. The bridegroom graduated from the Arlington memorial daytime Dat time playtime t p Junior $ fashions Are arriving for q Backoo school Quot a Drysdale v free parking w armory lot next door go some problems will remain which can Only be solved by new Laws Witherspoon continues. A your Appeal system is inadequate and should be modernized promptly. Seriously defective grand lists cannot be corrected by individual appeals alone however. A property owners should have the right to petition the courts for a general reappraisal order not unlike a legislative reapportionment order in appropriate cases. Ted Corsones co Tso Lles named to head cop dinner Danee Montpelier a Ted Cor. Sones Rutland attorney and a former Republican state chairman has been named dinner committee chairman for the gop fund raising dinner dance to be held on saturday oct. 2, at the Patrick gymnasium in Burlington. Congressman Gerald r. Ford minority Leader of the . House will be guest speaker. In accepting the appointment Corsones said that he is honoured to be an Active participant in the new and expanded event. The senior Merlier of the Law firm of Corsones and Hansen he said he has scheduled a dinner committee luncheon for Friday aug. 13, at the Pico Motel restaurant on Mendon Mountain. Corsones attended Dartmouth College and Ohio state University before receiving his Law degree at the Boston University school of Law. He then did graduate work in Law at the University of Southern California where he met his wife the former theane Christie of los Angeles. The Corsones have three sons Cortland 9, Christopher 6, and Gregory 5. Corsones has served As states attorney of Rutland county municipal judge in Rutland and state chairman of the Vermont Republican state committee. Republican state chairman Derick v. Webb has announced that executive committee and state committee meetings Are being held at gop Headquarters in Montpelier today when the full dinner committee will be appointed. A legislative possibilities should be explored to protect Farmers from being driven off the land by Overly High property taxes. The solution to this problem May require that we find a Way to relieve property taxes from the growing pressure of expanding local Revenue a series of talks and lectures on problems of taxes and listers will be held this year at listers schools to be held at Ulm aug. 23 to 27, and at Castleton state College aug. 30 to sept. 3. Royers family holds Kami Ilion the Ralph Rogers family of 159 Ben Mont ave., had its eighth reunion aug. I at Emerald Lake. Present at the gathering besides or. And mrs. Rogers were their five unmarried children to married children with their husbands and wives and All their grandchildren. One of the sons Donald p. Rogers was unable to attend because he is in the . Navy stationed on the .s. Delta. Or. And mrs. Richard Morse and their infant son and daughter travelled the farthest for the reunion coming from their Home in Norfolk a. Swimming boating hiking fishing and various games provided the entertainment. A picnic Barbecue was served at noon. Next years committee is composed of mrs. Ralph Rogers mrs. Jack Ogilvie mrs. Roy Rogers and mrs. Richard Morse. Auto rushes Star at Kilt i Ami fair Rutland a a a new concept in Auto crash shows at the Rutland fair will be unveiled saturday sept. La with the appearance Here of the King Kovaz International Auto daredevils program at 7 30 . Modernized scrap Copenhagen up a a department of the danish state railways spent $4,200 modernizing the station at the tiny Village of Vars lev a two months after it was ordered scrapped by another Railroad department. The Bride a licensed practical nurse is a graduate of the Arlington memorial High school 1963, and the Henry w. Putnam memorial Hospital school of practical nursing 1964. She is employed on the Hospital staff. His statement in response to a recent Rutland Herald article a which quoted me As having described our Vermont property tax situation in language which was More colourful than he concludes by saying that the newspapers editorials on property taxes a reflect an understanding of the problems which i deeply respect. The department of taxes values your continuing advice and criticism in this area which is so important to All the tax commissioner notes that the Basic problem lies deeper than the listers who a have usually Given their towns the kind of property tax system the majority of voters really but he adds a now that property owners Are calling for More accurate appraisals listers Are faced with a spiralling but erratic land Boom which would test the skills of the most professional appraiser. The department of taxes is offering a every technical assistance that it can give in the Effort to encourage Complete reappraisal of towns which have not recently done so. A we Are gratified at the new sense of concern and responsibility about this problem which we see developing throughout the Kovaz Rutland appearance Marks the first time that the show has invaded Vermont. The Kings repertoire consists of every known crash and thrill event. It includes the motorcycle crash through the a Tunnel of flame a the two wheel a High Side a junk car head on crash the a dive bomber special end Over end events and exhibitions at skill driving by top men in the business. Recent Bride a mrs. Thomas a. Pendergast the former Margaret Mary Dermody who was married july 31 in St. Francis de sales Church is a registered nurse and was with the papal american volunteers in latin America in Lima Peru for a tour of duty. The couple will make their Home in Albany ., while the bridegroom will be teaching at Pius x school in Loudonville 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., by the Banner publishing corporation. Member 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 mail for 50-Mue radius and All Vermont 3 months $6.30, 6 months $11.70,1 year $22.50 elsewhere in the . 3 months $7.00 6 months $13.00 i year $55.00 special rates for servicemen. Second class postage paid at Bennington. It. Kovaz of it. Lauderdale Fla. A Veteran of 26 years As an Auto daredevil and stunt Man coordinated the 28 events and leads his Champion staff in a one hour and 45 minute program. Bennington Banner tuesday Augustio 1965�?3 studies Rural program a Robert g. Lewis left newly named National administrator of the Rural Community development service and mrs. Lewis visit with gov. Hoff and James Wood of Montpelier new England representative of the Federal Agency. Lewis appraised Vermont a Pilot program to use As a guide for similar agencies around the nation. Ansi inc school appoints a new i Lead master Brattleboro a Richard k. Lane assistant superintendent of the american school for the deaf in West Hartford conn., has been appointed headmaster of the Austyne school for the deaf in Brattleboro it was announced by or. Philip h. Wheeler president of the la it Ard of trustees. He will succeed j. Jay far Man who resigned to be Tyne superintendent of the new York state school for the deaf in Rome Austine is the Only school for the deaf in new England which has a state accredited High school program. Lane born in Jacksonville 111., is the third generation of his family to work with the deaf. His wife is also a teacher of the deaf. He received a . In business administration from Illinois College after service in the Navy during world War ii. Lane Holfels an . In special education from Columbia University. Mrs. Lane received her . From Gallaudet College in Washington d.c., the worlds Only College for the deaf. Prior to going to the american school for the deaf Lane was director of the primary Oral department of the Florida school for the deaf and Blind in St. Augustine. Under seven years of far Many a leadership Austine embarked on a $300,000 building program. Construction of a new High school Wing and a new High school boys dormitory have been completed. About 95 students from Massachusetts new Hampshire and Vermont attend the school. Ii Wellesley club holds Benefit at la Esto theater the president of the Vermont Wellesley club mrs. James Monahan of Essex Junction has announced that the club will sponsor again this year a play at the Weston theatre for the Benefit of Wellesley College. The performance will be on sunday aug. 15, at 3 . And will consist of two British comedies entitled a the private earn and a the Public profits from the tit eater Benefit will go toward establishing a scholarship at Wellesley for a Vermont girl. Miss Elizabeth French and mrs. Vej. Fellows of Springfield Are co chairman of the event. Tickets May be obtained locally from or. Clarence Howard 134 Monument ave. Tel. 442-5267. Reserved seats Are $5 orchestra rows b through remaining unreserved seats Are $2.50. Gifts for every occasion All popular a a patterns in Silver stainless steel Pewter gift wrapped for your convenience Noveck Shultz inc. Your downtown gift Center by i main Street dial s-69s6 Bennington it. Save be 100s of dollars available at Oneida Joh Quot a Market 736 main Street your Lucky number a Linen rentals floor mat rentals Bennington be laundry amp cleaners left Uve Qumi Ammes i we inaugural cruises 1965 of the new deluxe liner sagafj0rd As her second inaugural the Saga fjord presents an Early Winter cruise a Carefree voyage stopping in 8 ports including Virgin islands Antiqua St. Kittsy letting you do your Christmas shopping in duty free ports and be Home again for yuletide festivities. Early Winter cruise sails Friday december 3, 1965 15days 8 ports min. Fare $400 Bennington travel Agency inc. Philip Hall director 431 main St. Division of Evans news office equip., inc. Doris Scovill manager dial 2-6326

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