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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - August 13, 1965, Bennington, Vermont Bennington Banner Friday August 13, 1965-7 Hoosick Falls Edith Beaumont a 6869103 woman faces horsewoman mrs. John r. Karahalis of Byfield mass., judge at the Arlington horse show sunday observes contestants in a Hunter equitation event. Ringmaster Larry Pratt of the Arlington Lions club keeps it on the up and up. Marlboro festival artists to perform on european tour Marlboro a a music from Marlboro Quot a group of 39 soloists and chamber music artists from the Marlboro music festival will present a Sample of the unique music making that takes place each summer at the noted Vermont music Center in a four week tour of five european and near Eastern countries. The tour which takes place this month and next is under the auspices of the department of state s cultural presentations program. This will Mark the first time that a major american summer festival has toured abroad with internationally renowned musicians performing in chamber music and chamber orchestra works As Well As appearing As soloists in chamber concertos on a single program. During the group s week Long visit to Israel it will Divide into Small ensembles on two evenings to present chamber music concerts in five different cities As Well As performing four programs with the full ensemble. Rudolf Serkin the pianist and artistic director of the festival will be one of the participating artists performing the Mozart concerto for two pianos with his son Peter the Beethoven a triple Quot concerto with bolivian violinist Jaime Laredo and cellist Leslie Par Nas and the Schubert a Trout Quot quintet. Alexander Schneider conductor and violinist of the Budapest string quartet will Lead the ensemble works performed during the tour. Founded in 1950 by a group of artists including Rudolf ser it ital a Pax Vicia ?dimic4<nc present ufos Gfa Tese skims Tyft Nishek a comedy by Enid Bagnold thor., frl., sat., 12, 13, 14, 15 i Dorset playhouse Call 847-5777�o Rosary curtain 8 40 . A Gelms come in and see our prizewinning artists1 work it. 7, North St. Bennington it. We. Calfee Sci la k ii net Lull a la Ings through a Tiff uni 13 Heeley gallery on daily from 10-5 Manchester Village it. 802/36 2-2204 Bromley the Sun fun Mountain Square dance saturdays special prices food amp beverage 9 . Til Midnight caller Buster Wright Golf driving Range daytime and night me til to Low Low prices Golf equipment special purchased brands 5 state View double choir lift ride picnic lunches for Mountain top 9 . Til 7 . Bromley shop excellent selection of gifts souvenirs and imports boutique shop casual cloths toys children s Bear baby gifts open 9 . Til 7 . Route i 70 Manchester Center 6 Miles East on route #11 Kin Adolf Busch and Marcel Moyse the music Center brings together for two months each troop 2� spouts honoured i Biri Iii gun i nil North Bennington a it was the Long awaited Camp week for the local boy scout troop who spent a week of scout camping aug. 1-8 at Camp Sunrise in Benson. This year the group was made up of a Small but Young and eager lot of scouts who did themselves and the Community proud. The boys were led by scoutmaster Harold Shepard assistant senior patrol Leader Alan my Waters who has just returned from 22 Days at the Philmont ranch in Cimarron . Also Star scout and troop quartermaster Bruce Knapp and patrol Leader of Juk patrol Bruce my Waters. Scouts were Edward a Quin James Wickenden Ronald Shepard James Gratton Scott Tunney and Fred Driscoll. Special recognition went to two members wednesday night. At a special campfire ceremony senior patrol Leader Pete Stoothoff and scoutmaster Shepard were tapped out for order of the Arrow the first members of troop 28 to be so honoured. The order of the Arrow is a special Honor society within the ranks of scouting and members Are elected by their fellow scouts for outstanding Devotion and service. Troop 28 was defending volleyball Champion at Camp Sunrise but this year lost the championship to troop 28, Manchester. In the Camp wide Field and water events saturday troop 28 won the championship by compiling the most Points coming in first in six of la events. The prize was a Good sized Watermelon which was consumed on the spot. The local troop also won the coveted award for the cleanest campsite four Days in a Row and just missed out the fifth Day. Bruce Knapp already a Star scout passed his cooking Merit badge on his Way to life scout. Bruce also won the senior aquatic award the first awarded at Sunrise this year by passing All four aquatic Merit badge requirements plus qualifying As scout lifeguard. Alan Mcwaters a first class scout worked on his Merit badge requirements for Star scout and passed cooking canoeing and swimming badge tests. Bruce Mcwaters a second class scout passed requirements for first Ald Merit badge. The others All Tenderfoot scouts worked on second class requirements including Compass and map Reading nature cooking fire building axe and rope Yard. Tote and Chip awards went to All six. A highlight of the week was an overnight boat hike to Sunset Point on Lake Sunset. On saturday they enjoyed a Talent show by the staff. Transportation to and from Camp Sunrise was provided by mrs. Harold Shepard or. And mrs. Arthur Wickenden or. And mrs. Robert Mcwaters or. And mrs. Henry Gratton or. And mrs. Bernard Knapp and or. And mrs. Fred Driscoll Southern Vermont a it Center Monch fat a Vermont Tai. 362-1405 saturday August 14, 8 30 jazz the Roy Burns quintet Quot bums is one of the worlds Foremost downbeat general admission $2 Box office 362 1405 a a a a sunday August 22, 8 30 Michael Maule amp Colleen Corker in their classical and popular Quot two go dancing Quot and a special number Quot the toy maker a shop Quot performed by students of the Southern Vermont Art Center school of dance. Sybil de Neergaard director admission $4 a $1.50 a a a thru sept 7 a 36th annual exhibition by member artists summer leading musicians from the United states As Well As artists from other countries. Some 80 musicians participate. The tour group will leave aug. 17, the Day after the season ends Here for concerts in Lucerne and Geneva Switzerland Tel Aviv Jerusalem Caesar Haifa and Reh Vot Israel Athens Delphi and Patras in Greece stress Milan Florence Perugia and Rimini in Italy and Menton and Paris France. The group is scheduled to return to new York sept. 18. The tour will be financed under a shared support plan in which a state department Grant will make up the difference Between the group s receipts from bookings and the estimated Cost of the tour including transoceanic travel. Following the group s return from Europe 18 of its artists will tour through Eastern United states and Canada presenting a series of three varied chamber music programs combining piano strings woodwinds and voice. This Marks the first time that Marlboro programs and artists will tour in this country with the fall Winter Spring series to be heard in cities including new York Boston Philadelphia Montreal and Sherbrooke Quebec. Tour arrangements for these concerts Are being made by Columbia artists management. Hoosick Falls fire department responded to Box 2-1 at 12 50 thursday morning at the Side of Barclay Home products off Hoosick Street and found an automobile fire. The vehicle owned by Joseph Allen 50 fourth St., was operated by his son Richard. The fire was confined to an area immediately around the Gas Cap and also to the trunk. Firemen used a Booster line and chemicals under the direction of fire chief Glen Banks. Allen was returning Home from a dance in Bennington when a pedestrian noticed the fire and alerted the Driver. The fire truck returned to the station at 1 40. Traffic at the scene was under the direction of police chief Frank Delck. Police court police Justice Robert k. Shl land will hear charges in Hoo North Bennington Elizabeth Dwyer 442-4519 the women of the Baptist Church will have their Dellous Home baked wares for Sale saturday in the Village Park starting at to . Mccullough Library will be closed All Day monday in Honor of Bennington Battle Day. Librarian mrs. Cathryn Miles reports that the Vermont Book Wagon was in town Friday for the first time since april and Many new books Are available for circulation. Sick Falls police court monday night of disorderly conduct Public intoxication and violation of probation alleged to have been committed by James Bryant 21, of Hoosick. Action on the charges was deferred tuesday night when Bryant requested to be represented by counsel. Pending appearance before Justice Shilland Bryant was committed to the Rensselaer county jail at Troy. Franklin m. Danforth 18, of Bovie Hill Road pleaded guilty to a charge of disorderly conduct which was alleged to have been committed at the same time Bryant was arrested. Available Oneida Market 736 main Street response to a National problem private Enterprise launches solutions to employment problems the american Economy today employs More people some 70 million at higher wages and better working conditions than Ever before. No other country and no other economic system a has Ever employed so Many in jobs of their own choosing or rewarded them so Well. Still our population explosion and technological advances Are posing employment problems How can we create enough jobs to meet the needs of All our people How can we train our people to meet the changing needs of Industry the step program now the full Force of american Industry is being marshalled to find the answers. The National association of manufacturers has launched a Large scale. Practical program called step solutions to employment problems. Step is searching America using every possible source a the knowledge and experience of business organizations universities foundations a to find proven solutions to employment problems. Reported solutions Are carefully verified written up in Case study form then made available without charge to businesses and Community organizations throughout America. Matic on the Job training. Result former miners Are now turning out Quality products and earning Good wages. Example the step Case study that tells what happened when an industrialist became convinced that unemployed miners in the a a depressed Anthracite Coal Belt of Eastern Pennsylvania could be trained for factory work. He built a Plant in the area set up a system for screening Job applicants and system another example the step Case study which shows How private Enterprise in Bedford Ohio and the Bedford High school teamed up to help solve the school dropout problem and relieve the shortage of skilled employees for local Industry. Together they launched a unique program to teach Industrial skills in demand in the area. Working from actual plans of products made by Bedford companies and using Over one million dollars Worth of equipment contributed by local firms the students showed great interest and aptitude the school s dropout rate was Cut to half the National average and every graduate has found a Job most in local Industry. How step works using the information garnered in dozens of Case studies like these step encourages local programs across the country stimulating Community wide action to expand employment and assure the Community a economic health step can help your company or Community solve employment problems a through private Enterprise local action and self help. Write outlining your local employment problems. And you can help step familiar with a solution to an employment problem Tell step about it. And get an informative free Booklet. Write or phone step National association of manufacturers 277 Park Avenue new York n. Y. 10017 212 826-2100. Soil rides to Funo Unur whims to

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