Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Aug 15 1963, Page 12

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - August 15, 1963, Bennington, Vermont 12-Bennington Danner thursday August 15, 1963 semaphore signals two Manchester scouts Thomas Tow let left and Donald Hinkle right receive instruction in semaphore signals at Camp Sunrise from Robert West Center. West is scoutmaster of the boys unit troop 33. Area scouts close summer program receive awards Orwell a Camp Sunrise closed its summer season sunday after a recall week program which invited All members of the Green Mountain Council Bra Back to Camp to participate in each Day s events. The weeks program included a a scout skill Mill on monday a fishing Derby and water meet tuesday a backwards Day wednesday when campers wore and did All their Days chores in reverse fashion a hike on thursday and the Camp Sunrise olympics on Friday. David Leach of troop 32, Dorset and Fred Rees of new York City were winners of tuesdays fishing Derby. During wednesdays program when campers took Over the task of running the Camp David Edson of Post 33, Manchester served As Camp director and Don Kinney of Post 33, Manchester was waterfront director. The slate sex peeled to lease part of Rutland or Montpelier apr Ernest w. Gibson Iii of Brattleboro chairman of the Public service Board said wednesday he Hopes and expects that the state will designate a portion of the Rutland railway today for lease to an operating Railroad. With lease arrangements Complete Gibson said Yard service at least should be resumed within a week. However he declined to say How Long he thought it would take to work out the agreement. A everyone seems to be in a cooperative spirit a Gibson said. A but saying when the arrangements would be completed depends on things you can to he noted that once Thedesigna-1 Tion is made arrangements will have to be made Between the pub and the regarding the lease with the Rutland railway also being involved in the agreement. All British new York. Apr Arnold Wesker a comedy about British class consciousness a chips with everything a is coming to Broadway with an All English cast. The . Immigration service has Given permission for producer Morton Gottlieb to use 22 imported players so that the proper atmosphere May be achieved. Usually Only leading performers Are admitted under British american employment agreement. 1961 Corvair 4 or. Sed., Maroon i owner s1695 1960 Chevrolet Parkwood station Wagon 6 cyl., stand. Trans., i owner in. By. $1495 Eddington inc. 239 main St. Bennington boys were elected by their fellow campers. The week s events were concluded saturday with a a rough Tough the competitions included a steeplechase a relay race a softball throw match splitting a crosscut saw race a tug of War Indian Arm wrestling Indian hand wrestling and leg wrestling. Awards to boys from the Bennington area were aquatic award a David Edson Post 33, Manchester tote Manship red Chahanovich troop 31, Shaftsbury Harvey Keyes and Joe Roberts both of troop 33, Manchester surveying Merit badge a David Edson and Ted Day Post 33, Manchester Public speaking Merit badge a David Edson Post 33, Manchester pioneering Merit badge a Steve Bushee and George mat Tison Post 33, Manchester Robert Cook Don Hinkley and Rudy Vanveghten All of troop 33, Manchester. Also canoeing Merit badge a Mark Greenberg and Roger Fowler both of troop 33, Manchester Bob my fall and Stephen Rosencrantz both of Post 33, Manchester rowing Merit badge a Dennis Edson George Madison both of Post 33, Manchester Kevin Beattie Peter Riker and Bill Roberts All of troop 33, Manchester swimming Merit badge a Ted Day Post 33, Manchester woodcarving Merit badge a David Edson Post 33, Manchester lifesaving Merit badge a Stephen Rosencrantz Howard Dailey and Dennis Edson All of Post 33, Manchester camping Merit badge a Bill Roberts Richard Harwood Rudy Van Veghten Don Hinkley and Roger Fowler All of troop 33, Manchester Robert Mcfall of Post 33, Manchester. Those attending Camp Sunrise from the Bennington area during the final week were from troop 33, Manchester scoutmaster Robert e. West and Kevin Beattie Mike Campesi Richard Clayton Norman Cook James Farnum Roger Fowler Robert Cook Mark Greenberg Richard Harwood Errol Hill Donald Hinkley Harvey Keyes Thomas Keyes Peter Riker Joseph Roberts Bill Roberts Thomas Towslee Rudy Van Veghten and Gary Wilcox. From Post 33, Manchester a advisor Robert e. Westan Stev in Bushee Theodore Day David Edson Howard Dailey Dennis Edson Charles Holden Donald Kinney Robert Mcfall and Stephen Rosencrantz. From troop 31, Shaftsbury a Lynn Buak Robert Augeri Edward Chahanovich Thomas Delaney Scott paddock and John paddock. \ mph it Heater site sought for drama Montpelier a forests and Parks cmdr. Perry h. Merrill Lias been named chairman of the onion River historical association site selection committee to seek an Amphitheater location for the annual production of an original historical drama. He will be assisted by prof. Betty Bandel of the Ulm English department and Robert y. Justis Stowe real estate broker. Several Sites suggested by communities near Central and Southern Vermont ski areas will be investigated. A Scenic lofty plateau once the site of a civil conservation corps Camp near the Little River dam has also been suggested. Orha has been organized to produce the historical drama based on Early Vermont history. It is headed by a group of business and educational leaders including gov. Philip Hoff Sepp Ruschp of the it. Mansfield company Sterling Emerson Shelburne museum or. Raymond Phillips Ulm Edward Feidner Champlain Shakespeare festival and others. The symphonic drama will be written by Paul Green pulitzer prize winning dramatist and produced in an open air Amphitheater. This form of dramatic Art originated by Green in 1937, has Over a dozen continuing productions in various parts of the nation. All serve to glorify the history and heritage of an area and proved to be popular and lucrative tourist attractions. 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Mac cans 09 25 in. $a.89 bag a clip this Coupon �68 cheese spread Campbell pkg. 21b. A loaf 09 too extra Bonus Stamps 3 1b. I /2 sex. 7 Ai pkg. 19 81oi/2 of. Mac cans 09 detergent amp 89 aaa it of /-c.7/7 pineapple or French Apple pies a a Black Mac Raspberry Square a a 39 with this Coupon and a Purchase of $5.00 or More redeemable at your Friendly. Grand Union Empire supermarket Good thursday aug. 15th thru saturday aug. 17th. It Coupon to a customer free 50 Stamps Vith this Coupon and the Purchase of one is of can make Kitchen roast beef hash redeemable at your Friendly. Grand Union Empire no redeemable after sat. Aug 17 Umi oni Coupon in Cuit pm we Reserve the right to limit quantities code g extra Bonus Stamps with the Purchase of a Nancy Lynn Almond Pound cake ring extra Bonus Stamps with the Purchase of one pkg. Of 8 Nancy Lynn iced cinnamon whirls extra Bonus Stamps with the Purchase of one loaf Fri Shrake Pullman bread Hee 30 a Stamps with this Coupon and if Purchase of one 12 of can Hormel chopped Ham redeemable at your to fondly. Grand Union Empire not redeemable after sat. Aug. It Imp oni Coupon Pincu Tomiel code g prices and offers effective thursday Friday and saturday August 15, 14 17

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