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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - August 17, 1966, Bennington, Vermont Ion Bennington Banner wednesday August 17, 1966 rain holds off in Walloomsac for Battle Day Celebration John spar go Walloomsac . A the More than 200 persons who braved Early evening showers to attend the 189th anniversary Celebration of the Battle of Bennington at Battlefield Park Here tuesday night were glad they did. It rained right up until the colourful ceremonies began and then As one observer put it a stopped As of someone had turned off a sponsored by the Hoosac constabulary with col. Joseph p. Barber As officer of the Day the program featured As main speaker or Hugh m. Flick state associate commissioner for cultural education. Or. Flick is the son of the late or. Alexander c. Flick former new York state historian who spoke at the 1927 dedication of Battlefield Park. Or. Flick said he sees further financial support for and development of the state Park from the legislature which has been designating increasing sums for historical and cultural purposes. Rensselaer county treasurer James m. Brahan master of ceremonies introduced town of Hoosick supervisor John a. Murphy town historian Christina m. Stevens mayor Leo Albo Wolcz of Hoosick Falls and or. Harry p. Harrison president of the Hoosick Falls school Board District. A number of historical patriotic and scout organizations displayed their colors and Retreat was under the direction of it. Col. Willard Walsh of Troy commanding officer of the 31st internal Security in. Music was provided by the Cambridge firemen s band. William Cottrell sounded taps following the lowering of the historic colors. Municipal court Spencer k. Pehl 26, of Williamstown mass. Was fined $100 plus costs in Bennington municipal court this morning after pleading guilty to a charge of Petty theft. According to information presented in court Pehl removed a spare wheel and tire from an my sports Sedan belonging to David Devine when his own similar vehicle had a Flat tire. The offence occurred july 23 in Pownal. Judge George m. Fien Berg advised the respondent that he was tempted to assign a prison sentence rather than just the Fine since a this is not a Case of dire necessity it s not As though you could t afford to Purchase the tire. This is no Way to obtain other Peoples judge Fienberg sentenced Harry Richard Towne 21, to not less than 18 months nor More than 36 months in the Vermont House of correction in Windsor pm two charges of breach of peace which Bennington briefs seven girl scouts from Cadette troop no. To at sacred heart Church took a three Day trip to Washington . Last week. While in Washington the girls visited rep. Robert Stafford s office and were shown funerals Albert a. By Roess the funeral of Albert a. Burgess of 107 Monument ave., former manager of Fillmore farms and former trustee of old Bennington Village who died saturday morning was held tuesday morning in St. Francis de sales Church with a requiem High mass offered by the it. Rev. Msgr. Francis b. Flanagan pastor. A prayer at his Home preceded the mass. Bearers were Thomas Madden Thomas Kinney Leo Miller Maurice Douglass Robert Blodgett and Clyde Burgess or. Monday night msgr. Flanagan led in recitation of the Rosary with the holy name society taking part. Or. Burgess was a member of St. Francis holy name society. Office employees and other personnel from Fairdale farms inc. Attended to pay last respects. Burial was in the family lot in Park Lawn cemetery with m sir. Flanagan offering the committal prayers. Relatives and friends attended from Montpelier and the surrounding area. Sherrie Ann Dufresne the funeral of Sherrie Ann Dufresne 16-months-old daughter of or. And mrs. Winfred Dufresne who died after she was struck by a car backing out of the Dufresne driveway a. Held at Mahar amp son funeral Home tuesday afternoon. The Rev. Frederick b. Wolf Rector of St. Peter s episcopal Church officiated. Burial was in the family lot in Park Lawn cemetery with father Wolf offering the committal prayers. Relatives and friends attended from Pownal and the surrounding area and also from Pittsfield mass. House Gar ant Bennington drive in wed. Sat. Aug. 17-20 for the first time on the motion picture screen Batman starring Adam West and Burt Ward see Batman and Robin together with All their fantastic derring do and their dastardly villains too. Premiere showing of this area also Bette Davis the psycho thriller in the Nanny j i Batman played first a la four Days children under 12 free through the Senate and Chambers by miss Rita of Bennington a member of congressman Stafford s staff. The girls who made the trip were Denise Betit Jean Kalinowski Janet Young Margaret Roy Michele Pietryka Kathleen Belt and Vicki Therriault. Accompanying them were mrs. Lorraine Young and mrs. Agnes Pietryka. The girls were a prec Talve to All who patronized the Money raising projects they had held last year which made this trip possible. The muscular dystrophy carnival at Stark Street playground which was to have been held this afternoon was postponed until thursday from 1 30 to 3 30 . All proceeds will go to the my fund and children Are asked to bring As Many pennies As they can. The military order of the Cootie auxiliary Green Mountain Pup tent no. 2, vow no. 1332, will hold its annual meeting thursday night at 7 at the old Bennington schoolhouse. This will be in the form of a family picnic. All auxiliary members Are invited. The annual peach Shortcake supper will be held at Pownal methodist Church thursday night starting at 5 30 and continuing until a11 Are a a Rcd. Mrs. Otis Dorman cads the committee. The regular weekly meeting of Bennington selectmen normally held tuesday night was rescheduled this week for this evening beginning at 7 at the town building. Ernie Caron will play piano at the vow Post 1332 s social saturday night. Adv Woodford town clerk will be at her Home until 6 ., saturday aug. 20, to receive taxes due at that time. Adv rummage Sale Friday 6 30 to 9 ., Moose Hall sponsored by the women of the Moose. Many bargains. Adv or. Marcel j. Lewis . Will be on vacation from aug. 20 until sept. 2. Adv Stock averages Dow Jones Bache amp co., Albany noon August 17, 1 96630 industrials 820.54�? 3.29 20 railroads 248.52 1.49 15 utilities 127.66�? .09 composite average 287.62 1.28 volume 2,860,000 Harte theatre now thru tues. Eve. 7 . Amp 9 . Adults $1.00 children 35< Sun. Mat. 2 . It tears you apart with suspense Paul Julie Nei Ushii a Noreus Alfred Hitchcock a Torii curtain sat. Mat. 2 . The Skull plus 5 cartoons adults 60 children 35 occurred in Arlington pm july 24. Towne was charged with destroying some United states mall boxes on the River Road in Arlington and with the destruction of benches trash cans and life saving equipment at the Lions Pool also in Arlington. Towne pleaded guilty to both charges. A pre sentence investigation showed that Towne was already on pro Ballon from Windsor but had not been considered a satisfactory parolee by the office of probation and parole. Judge Fienberg told the respondent a you can make up your mind while you re up there about whether you re seeing to keep coming Back and be a repeater or whether you re going to develop some interest in life begin to conform to society and behave the Way people in this society Are supposed to the Case of Stephen p. Coyne 21, who is charged with two counts of breach of peace was ordered continued this morning. Coyne was released without Ball into the custody of William s. Dolt Deputy probation and parole officer. In other action Lawrence Olan Jewell 20, of Shaftsbury pleaded guilty to a charge of violating the Law of the Road by failing to keep right of Center. The offence occurred aug. To on town Road no. 8 in Shaftsbury at 5 55 . When Jewell s vehicle rounded a curve in the left hand Lane forcing trooper David Reed who was proceeding in the opposite direction off the Road onto the shoulder. Jewell was fined $25 plus costs. Robert Curtis Tobin 24, of Manchester depot pleaded guilty to exceeding the Speed limit. Manchester police chief Dana l. Thompson said that Tobin was clocked doing 50 Miles per hour in a 35 mile zone on it. Rte. 11-30 in Manchester on aug. 8. Tobin was fined $20 including costs and an alternate sentence of to Days in the county jail was assigned. crashes in Village Danang South Viet Nam up a a bomb Laden . Marine fighter bomber taking off from the Danang air base crashed and exploded in a South vietnamese Village today killing 24 persons an american spokesman said. Many others were reported injured. The Marine f8 crusader had reached an Altitude of barely 150 feet when it faltered and crashed into the Village 1,000 Yards from the end of the runway. A spokesman said the Pilot ejected from the stricken aircraft just before Impact. His Parachute opened a split second before he hit the ground and he escaped injury. The plane had an afterburner Jet Takeoff Foster failure and plunged to Earth about 1,000 Yards from the end of the runway spokesmen said. It was carrying two 1,000-Pound bombs and 400 rounds of explosive 20 millimetre Cannon shells. One of the bombs exploded when the plane crashed and the shells continued to detonate in the smouldering wreckage for 30 minutes after the crash. Officials at the base rushed air Force and Navy medical teams to the scene of the disaster and reported All injured villagers had been treated within an hour of the crash. Witnesses to the disaster said the Pilot ejected Only seconds before the plane struck the ground. In a in rive in h11 thou fro it <7 North Hoosick. New York tonight thru sat. Sons Dana Andrews town Tumer continued from Page i Cei Ved a letter from the Man she had married there offering to turn Over to him and his Bride a Small business his Mother and her husband operated in new York s East Side. The Young couple set sail immediately Landing amid a howling blizzard on Valentine s Day 1901. For the rest of his life he celebrated Valentine s Day As the anniversary of his arrival in Quot this land that has treated me so when they arrived at the East Side address the Young couple found that the Man had died while they were at sea and had made a deathbed Transfer of the business to the woman who had nursed him during his final illness. The Young Spargos had exactly $11 Between them. In addition prudence in the Early months of pregnancy was ill. A member of a neighbourhood socialist group who was almost As poor As they were gave prudence shelter but had no room for John who spent his first night in America sleeping As a Quot guest of the management Quot on the floor in the Back room of a neighbourhood Beer Saloon. 1 John managed to find work at a Bare subsistence wage on a jewish encyclopedia. Before leaving England however he had arranged with a new York lecture Bureau for a speaking tour in the United states. But the privations of the Early Days in new York and the foul air of the East Side tenements in which they were forced to live were too much for prudence who was prone to respiratory troubles. She died of tuberculosis at Saranac Lake ., in 1904, leaving an infant son. In March 1905, or. Spargo married Mary Bennetts of Yonkers . She died suddenly in february 1953. One of the first persons or. Spargo met in this country was the late Charles Evans Hughes who Many years later became chief Justice of the United states. They became lifelong friends. Through Hughes and his lectures he met Many influential people who were disturbed by the social injustices of the time. Inspired partly by the bitter experiences of his boyhood in Cornwall or. Spargo in 1906, wrote a sensational Best seller Quot the bitter cry of the it was a shocking expose of the grinding effects of poverty upon children and of the cruel conditions under which thousands of them were forced to labor in mines sweatshops and factories. The Book stirred up a storm of indignation among men in Public life such As the Ute Alfred e. Smith then a Young but up and coming member of the new York state Assembly. It resulted in the passage of strict child labor legislation. A the bitter cry Quot was followed in 1908 by another shocker a the common sense of the milk question Quot a muck raking revelation of unbelievably filthy conditions under which the nation s milk Supply was produced and marketed conditions which annually took the lives of thousands of infants and Young children in new Yorkus tenement District. The Book added Teeth to the efforts of the late Nathan Straus and others already concerned Over the problem resulting in the passage of milk inspection and control Laws. Soon after he arrived in the United states or. Spargo had become identified with the Young socialist movement and burgeoning Trade unionism. He was a close associate of Samuel go pipers founder of the american federation of labor of Eugene v. Debs Algernon Lee neighbouring Schenectady s George r. Lunn Victor l. Berger Morris Hillquit Lena Morrow Lewis Charles Edward Russell and other outstanding Quot radicals Quot of the time. One of his champions was the late Mary Robinson Sanford old Bennington then Bennington Center Quot parlor socialist Quot who induced him to come to Bennington after a nearly fatal bout with pneumonia in the Spring of 1909. An infant son first child born to him and Mary Bennetts had died of the same malady a few weeks before. So great were the recuperative Powers of the Vermont air and so irresistible the Charm of the mountains that he made his Home Here for the rest of his life. For several years or. Spargo was National executive Secretary of the socialist party. He was the Leader too of a Little socialist local in Bennington and made Many a speech at Putnam Square or at old Morgan Park in its behalf. Always a Leader of the extreme rightist elements of the party from the beginning he fought tooth and Nail and often with Bare fists a against the . And communist elements of the left. In the fighting he became an internationally known authority on communism and communist tactics. He knew All their tricks in party mane vering and usually could go them one better. He was the author of a volume that is still regarded by leading scholars As a most authoritative treatise Ever written on the life and philosophy of Karl Marx. He wrote More than a dozen books and countless pamphlets brochures and Quot broadsides Quot on the Aims and principles of the socialist movement. Many Are still Standard reference works for colleges and universities. In 1916, he resigned from the socialist party in protest against the anti War stand of the Milwaukee pro germans they openly cheered and celebrated the sinking of the Lusitania who were then in control of the party. His action led to a mass exodus from which the party never recovered. A student for Many years of the russian revolutionary movement or. Spargo was a supporter and Friend of Alexander Kerensky and other leaders of the original revolution. They were soon overthrown by the bolsheviks who set up the communist regime that prevails in Russia today. He wrote a series of exhaustively research books exposing russian communism. An adviser on russian matters to president Wilson he wrote in 1919, in collaboration with Bainbridge Colby Wilson s Secretary of state the diplomatic note in answer to a query from the italian ambassador that established the United states policy of non recognition of soviet Russia. That policy prevailed until it was abrogated by Franklin d. Roosevelt in 1933. One of his closest friends during that period was the late Boris Bati Meteff Quot White russian Quot Leader who was Kerensky s ambassador to the United states and later a member of the faculty of Columbia University. For his Friend he named a son John Boris Jack Spargo who was born in 1918 and died tragically in an explosion at the san Francisco Navy Yard in 1945. In 1918, or. Spargo was a member of a War Mission sent by president Wilson to bolster morale particularly among the workers in England France and Italy. For some time he served in Rome on the . Committee for Public information. In 1920 he was sent by the president on a confidential Mission to Sweden. He was appointed a representative of the Public on president Wilson s Industrial relations conference called in 1919 to ease the Transfer from a wartime to a peace Economy. On that panel he served with the late Bernard m. Baruch financier who from then pm was a close Friend John d. Rockefeller jr., philanthropist and father of the new York governor judge Elbert h. Gary the steel magnate and Ida m. Tarbell Lincoln biographer and Jitter foe of Standard Oil. Later offered diplomatic posts by president Wilson or. Spargo declined. He was a close adviser to presidents hardings Coolidge and Hoover particularly on russian matters. Coolidge often dubbed Quot silent Cal Quot for his legendary taciturn Ity often became almost garrulous during frequent White House visits by or. Spargo. Admonished by his staff he would reply Quot what i say to or. Spargo never gets out of this president Hoover who became a close Friend tendered a Quot feeler Quot for a Cabinet appointment As Secretary of labor but or. Spargo who by then was engrossed in delving into Vermont history declined. Always on the extreme right during his connection with the socialist movement or. Spargo was excoriated by the leftists upon leaving the party. They accused him of Quot Selling out to his masters the he was reviled As a traitor As a Judas among the More polite epithets. Asked by persons of every political Hue Why he had made such an apparent a about face Quot he explained that he had never abandoned his socialist ideals for the betterment of the common Man but that he had come to realize that the Way to achieve them was not through a socialistic form of government but rather through an enlightened system of private Enterprise such As he found developing in the United states. Furthermore he noted most of the reforms for which he and his Early Day specialist colleagues battled such As better labor Laws suffrage for women and various other forms of social legislation had become the Law of the land. Instead of a that dangerous Radical Quot As some of his Early Bennington neighbors called him he became known As a conservative a a Quot Hoover conservative Quot who sometimes was even too far to the right for some elements in the Republican party which he espoused. He opposed much of the Quot big government Quot legislation of the new Deal and its followers and became an outspoken Champion of states rights and the american free Enterprise system. Most vermonters will remember John Spargo As a historian and As founder in 1927, of the Bennington museum of which he was director and curator until 1954, when he retired with the title of director emeritus. He lived to see the museum always expanding yet maintaining the High standards he had set become internationally famous. He was the author of several books and hundreds of pamphlets and Magazine articles on various phases of Vermont history. His books on Bennington and other american potteries were for years the Quot last word Quot for collectors and dealers. He was a recognized authority on american Art and a widely respected Art critic. He established at the museum a noteworthy permanent Art collection. He was president of the now defunct Bennington Battle Monument and historical association for a number of years. A longtime president of the Vermont historical society he was appointed by president Coolidge to be chairman of the . Vermont sesquicentennial commission and was president of the Vermont George Washington Bicentennial commission in 1932. Other than Brief terms As trustee Moderator and treasurer of the Village of old Bennington he never aspired to Public office although he was frequently import Ned to run for office As legislator governor or congressman. A devout Episcopalian he was an Active Lay Leader in the Church for Many years and held various diocesan offices. A communicant of St. Peters Church he served As vestry Man and in other Parish offices. A 33rd degree Mason he wrote various treatises Ai the history of freemasonry in the nation and the state. Grand historian emeritus of the grand Lodge of Vermont he was past master of it. Anthony Lodge no. 13, f&a.m., past commander of Taft commander no. 8, knights Templar grand historian emeritus of the grand commander of Vermont past thrice illustrious master of Bennington Council r&s.m., past thrice potent master of Bennington Lodge of perfection member of Vermont Council of deliberation. A.a.s.r., member of Cairo Temple a.a.o.n.m.s., past president of the past masters association of Vermont past president of the Vermont masonic veterans association past grand chaplain of the grand chapter of Vermont r.., member of Vermont priory knights of the York Cross of honour of the ., member of Temple chapter of Bennington and past grand chaplain of the grand chapter of Vermont r.., and a member and past officer of several other masonic organizations. In his younger years before respiratory troubles forced him to give it up or. Spargo was an enthusiastic and talented Hor . His Flower Beds made his Monument Avenue Home a showplace. He delighted in showing his Flowers to persons who came to the door to ask if they might Quot take a look Quot a and they were Many in the Days when a walk up the Hill to the Battle Monument was a favorite sunday diversion. Few left without a Bunch of the blooms they admired. One of his greatest Joys in his waning years when he could no longer walk in the Garden to see them came from the Flowers brought in by his son who has been trying to restore the Beds to something of their old time loveliness. However he admonished his sol who is erne of his executors to request that except for one simple piece from the immediate family there be no Flowers at his funeral services. Quot Flowers Are Only for the living Quot he would say requesting that instead friends who cared Send donations to the Bennington friends of retarded children the Vermont heart association the american cancer society the Bennington High school scholarship fund or the donors favorite Charity. After his retirement from the museum or. Spargo donated his Library of several thousand volumes his manuscripts correspondence and other papers to the University of Vermont Library where they Are kept in a special Alcove. Retirement however signalled no end to his interest in state National and world affairs. He wrote several pamphlets among them Quot the Constitution and the supreme court Quot in which he assailed the courts ban on prayers and Bible Reading in the schools. His letters to the editor and his annual birthday statements to the Banner attracted wide attention and to the end his pungent commentaries his memory for dates and facts and the Quick keenness of his mind amazed and enthralled visitors. When failing eyesight made it impossible for him to read or watch television he had the new York times and the Banner read to him daily a and that meant read from the top of column one Page one to the Bottom of the last column on the Bac Page. He listened avidly to every news broadcast on his radio. He became an ardent baseball fan and listened to the broadcast of every game that he could tune in. He was partial to the Yankees but Casey Stengel and the mets had no More Loyal a rooter. His biography has appeared in the International Quot who s who Quot for More than 60 years longer than that of any person then living and he has been listed in Quot who a who in America Quot nearly As Lone. Moon landings May take place in 1968 Washington up a the Man who Heads americans manned spaceflight program believes there is Quot a Small possibility Quot of Landing project Apollo astronauts on the Moon in 1968 a ahead of schedule. At the moment however Quot it would be Idle to forecast when the first Landing will take place Quot said or. George e. Mueller associate administrator of the National space and aeronautics administration Nasa. Mueller a remarks tuesday were in response to reports that Nasa is now shooting for a lunar Landing in Early 1968 instead of some time in 1969. He told the National space club at a lunch meeting that he is confident the original goal a a Landing on the Moon before 1970 a will be met. But he pointed out that the mighty Saturn 5 Moon rocket and the Apollo spacecraft and lunar Landing a Bug Quot still have to go through a lot of testing on the ground and in orbit before they can be certified Safe. He left open the question of whether the russians will get to the Moon first. Optimism that the first . Moon Landing can be accomplished in 1968 stems largely from the Success so far of the gemini pre Apollo flight program. Gemini which started out behind schedule is now running ahead. The plan is to wind up accidents investigated two cars received major damage a Short while after noon tuesday when they collided on . 7 in Shaftsbury a couple of Miles North of the state police Barracks. The Drivers were identified by police As Howard Duquette 70, of Vergennes and George Bayley 38, of Newport news a. Neither were injured. Pollee said Duquette s car struck Bayley s car from behind As Bayley commenced a right turn off the Highway. Both vehicles were northbound. An Accident tuesday night at 6 10 on Beech Street Extension caused $100 damage to a car operated by Edith f. Lillie of South Stream Road. State police said the woman was southbound when she lost control of her car. The car Slid off the left Side of the Highway and came to rest against what was described As the front step of a House knocking Down a mall Box and a support beam on the porch. The Home apparently was that of Jesse Watson on Beech Street Extension. A car that had been parked on North Street in North Bennington by Joanna Napolitano received minor damage at 9 35 . Wednesday when it was struck on the left front fender by a pickup truck operated by James Henry 31, of Keene . State police said Henry was backing his vehicle. The Accident occurred in front of the Napolitano residence. Thrift shop recent workers at the shop Friday and saturday were Genevieve Phillips Marjorie Hayes Dorothy Crane and is a Sargent. On tuesday Agnes Johnson Lavina Hayward a my Howard Marjorie Hayes and Robert Smith helped. On hand Are a very Good toaster suitcase lavatory record player fall dresses a braided Rug ski outfit skis and High chair sap bucket. Requests have come in for dishes sheets and pillowcases ironing Board curtains tin dishes towels fall hats Winter Coats and material for braided rugs. Joint suicide or. Spargos love for the English language found reflection in his son George h. Spargo and his daughter Mary both of whom Quot graduates Quot of the Banner Are veterans of Many years in the newspaper Field. Besides his son and daughter he is survived by three grandchildren and five great grandchildren. Buenos Aires us a the bodies of three Sisters who committed suicide jointly by taking an overdose of sleeping pills were found monday. They left a note saying economic difficulties forced them to take their lives. The Sisters Elvira Irene and Adela Martinez were All Between the Ages of 50 and 60. Police said two of their Brothers who used to support them died recently leaving them without income. Breeze Irto summer action Post time 7 45 pm daily double twin double masonic services will be held tonight at Hanson Walbridge funeral Home at 7 30. The family will be in attendance Here tonight from 7 to 9 and thursday afternoon from 2 to 4. The funeral will be Friday at 2 . In St. Peter s episcopal Church. Burial will be in old Bennington cemetery. Omission of Flowers is earnestly requested. Tree Perfecta la Mountain 7. Pownal. Vermont racing Mon. Thru sat. No minors admitted real racing thrills Only 9 Miles from Bennington the gemini phase of the manned flight program this year instead of next As originally planned. As for Apollo for which All the most important trials Are yet to be made of everything works perfectly this year and next a we might be Able to carry out the manned Landing earlier than now scheduled Quot Mueller said. Nuclear Power tax plan is opposed Vernon up a gov. Philip h. Hoff has run into Strong opposition in his proposal for spreading the property tax wealth generated by the $88 million nuclear Power Plant under construction Here. The idea of distributing a share of the tax revenues to other Vermont towns was put Forward by Hoff and Albert Cree of Rutland president of the Vermont Yankee atomic Power corp., which is building the Plant. The suggestion was criticized tuesday by mrs. Erma Puffer candidate for the state House of representatives her husband Raymond chairman of the Vernon Board of selectmen and Elbert Moulton Vermont development commissioner. Mrs. Puffer said that if elected she would Lead a House fight against any reduction of Vernon a revenues. Puffer said Vernon should not be Quot penalized Quot for Landing an attractive Industry. He said further that the increased revenues would preclude the need for any state Ald for Vernal. Moulton said he had Quot grave reservations Quot about the proposal which he sees As having Quot dangerous Opportunity Council meets on thursday Manchester a the regular semimonthly meeting of the Bennington Rutland Opportunity Council Board of directors will be held this thursday in the Manchester elementary school at 8 . A full and interesting Agenda is planned with reports to be heard on several projects. A summary and highlights of this summer s head Start program will be heard. A report on the recently funded Dorset nursing project will be presented As will one on the Foster grandparents program recently started at the Brandon training school. Status reports on proposed programs such As the neighbourhood youth corps and a Day care Center will also be Given. John Riddle Deputy director of the Council stresses that these Are open meetings and All interested persons Are More than Welcome. Hospital notes tuesday August 16, 1966 admissions Marlon Shultz Jacksonville it. Discharges Lillian Wasnie Wiskel Sunderland Mary West Manchester Center. Births or. And mrs. James Casey of 317 Safford St., a daughter aug. 16. Or. And mrs. Francis Buck of 307 pleasant St., a daughter aug. 16. Closing concerts at the i Berkshire festival Lenox. Mass Tanglewood Friday. August 19 7 00 shed weekend prelude Liszt piano transcriptions Boletti 9 00 shed Boston symphony orchestra conductor. Erich leinsd0rf Bruckner symphony no. 4 Liszt Toten Tanz Liszt piano concerto no. I oar i saturday August 20 10 30 shed Boston symphony orchestra open rehearsal 8 00 shed Boston symphony orchestra conductor Erich Reinsdorf Brahms symphony no 4 Liszt fantasy on Quot the ruins of Athens Liszt piano concerto no. 2 Boletti sunday. August 21 2 30 shed Boston symphony orchestra conductor Erich leins00rf Verdi the deum Beethoven symphony no 9 Curtin Alberts Cassidy Paul festival chorus tickets $7 Box seat$6.50 $6 $5. $4.50, $4, $3.50 a general admission to lawns $2 50 on Sale 2 hours before each concert for Boston symphony orchestra concerts All children regardless of age must have a ticket for ticket information Lenox 413 637-1600 Baldwin piano Ria v Tor records i

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