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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - August 18, 1965, Bennington, Vermont Al Hennington manner wednesday August 18, 1965 East meets West at in new legislature Cambridge Ruth hates in to out master Norman Hen Doil son today released the Nai is of boys awarded Merit badge at Camp Wak nominee along Willi the men who assisted in Lead Era Piip. Warren Gillis Tom wll bup Caron Fuller and Kaare Julian sen supported Hendrickson during the two week stay. A Blue Riu it on was awarded for Camp Lrtil Ecton. Advancements and badges awarded were John Heron second class swimming Wood cawing Jon Raymond life rating canoeing marksmanship sewing pioneering and wild life rail age in ent Bruce Mcgeoch first class swimming pioneering woodcarving and forestry a sky Gillis woodcarving swimming Terry Gillis first class swimming forestry Thomas Smuland swimming James Maxwell wild life and life scout Robert Brown second class Narks Man ship Peter Mcgeoch second class Patrick Cooke up aiming marksmanship John Gummoe first class first Aid 677-3421 Donald Robertson swimming Timothy Durant nature marksmanship Robert Cullinan marksmanship Robert Heron marksmanship Steve Heron first class Roy Johansen woodcarving Bruce Johansen first class forestry. The one mile swim badge was awarded to Robert Brown John Gummoe Bruce Mcgeoch Donald Robertson Patrick Cooke and Robert Cullinan. The two mile swim was awarded to Jon Raymond Thomas Shiland and Douglas Fuller. Scoutmaster Hendrickson has expressed thanks to All who helped in any Way to assist these boys and to those who have saved newspapers for the paper drives. The paper drives will Start sept. 18 and will continue on every third saturday of each month thereafter. Anyone having a Quantity of papers on hand and wishing to have them picked up before then May Call 677-3601 or 677-3845. One capsule gives up to 12 hours Relief a pumped action Hay fever capsules Quinlan ff>3 main St. Each capsule contains hundreds of medicated pellets that dissolve at timed intervals the Rexall Brand helps dry up Runny nose relieve itching eyes Check sneezing in. 7.49 drug store dial 2-6256 for Back to school jump/n6-jacks prices Start at 5.99 so Many wonderful shoes to choose from see the jumping jacks selection first dial 2-2396 Weston a East meets West at the Weston playhouse this week in a production of the hilarious and heartwarming comedy a a majority of one a the show which brought Brooklyn and Tokyo together in a joyous International tangle. Veteran actress Marian Blake is cast in tile Gertrude Berg role of mrs. Jacoby a jewish Brooklyn widow reluctantly transplanted into japanese society. Appearing As Kochi a Sana the distinguished japanese gentleman whom she meets and conquers will be sol Schwade Boston actor whose last appearance at Weston was in the 1962 production of a arsenic and old a leading figure in Community Heaters throughout the Boston area Schwade recently completed a movie role in a the playground Quot an Art film made in Boston in which he appears with miss Blake. Also returning for her first appearance in several years is Dee Johnson of Weston and Albany . Who will portray mrs. Rubin Brooklyn Friend and neigh Bor of mrs. Jacoby. The Large cast of a a majority of one Quot also includes Kathryn Tracy As mrs. Jacoby a daughter Alice and Arthur Boatin As the Diplomat son in Law whose state department Mission sends the family to Tokyo. Elizabeth Davison plays the charming and cultured Ayako Asano a japanese lady of the old school Lee Sparks is cast As Eddie a 20th Century japanese Houseboy and Hugh Cameron is the detective Captain Norcross. An assortment of japanese servants will be played by other members of the Weston company. The shows four sets which include a traditional japanese Home As Well As a Brooklyn apartment Are designed by Charles Schneeweis a student of Oriental Art while lighting is done by technical director Domenical Laria. The show is directed by Harlan Grant. A special Benefit performance will be presented monday for the Rutland Bow. Regular performances will be Given aug. 19-22 with a saturday matinee. Youn it folks form Reading Jill North Bennington a the wonderful world of the Library is being revealed to a number of Young people Here who Are taking part in a newly organized Reading club under the direction of the librarian at Mccullough Library mrs. Cathryn Miles. The club meets thursdays and to Date the members have been learning about the Central file at the Library and have been Gettings some practice in finding the location of books by referring to the file. They also had a Chance last week to investigate the Vermont Book Wagon when it made a regular Call. The Young readers Are concentrating in their Reading program on books of fiction from the list of prize books selected for the annual Dorothy Canfield Fisher award. This award a joint project of the Vermont Library association and the Vermont Congress of parents and teachers is made to the author of a Book of fiction for children which is selected by a vote of the children who read the books. Each year the North Bennington Pat buys All the books nominated for the award and they Are available in the school Library. These books during the summer Are placed in the Mccullough Library where they 451 main St visit Fishmann a boys Wear dept. Boys heavy dungarees double knee Sanford Zed double stitched sizes 8 to 16 1.59 wait for. Benmore. So District 32 candidate contends experience free time will count Are available for summer Reading. According to mrs. Miles there is still room for More readers to join the new Reading club prospective members should get in touch with her at the Library. Water i tonne reiterates rail on Hose i be North Bennington a the North Bennington water Board has issued another reminder to water users Here and in Shaftsbury that use of Hose for any purpose whatsoever is absolutely banned. Board chairman Fred Welling said today that the water Supply Here has been holding its own to Date but of it is to remain in that condition water must be used As conservatively As possible. Welling said that in spite of the warning last week water Board members have noticed a number of cases where householders have still been using Hose to Wash cars water gardens Etc. They Are hoping that this notice will serve As sufficient warning to these violators. Boston is thinking about Banning Baths in new York City water cooled air conditioning May be used Only 8 hours a Day in Addison county it. They Are pumping water from Lake Champlain to save the Dairy herds. By these standards the North Bennington water Board feels that this area is very Lucky and it asks cooperation from water users to maintain the adequate of water. Mountain Tow us Carlo holler to 4-3993 or. And mrs. Rudolph Day of Searsburg gave a Surprise party sunday in Honor of their son Richard who enlisted in the National guard last december. He will be leaving for fort Dix . About aug. 23. To make the party a real Surprise his Mother urged him to go swimming with a Cousin Robert Paquin of Bennington. A Buffet luncheon was served to 22 friends and relatives from Pownal Shaftsbury Bennington and Searsburg. A chocolate cake with a Good Luck Quot in White and Green icing added to the attractive table setting. Readsboro a mrs. Kenalene Collins a Readsboro has announced she will be a candidate from the seven town District 32 for re election to the Vermont House of representatives in the special election to be held this fall. Others from the new District who have announced their entry into the primary race Are mrs. Doris Rice of Searsburg James w. Lounsbury of Pownal and Ira Whitney of Stamford. Mrs. Collins says she is seeking another term because a people with background and experience who can devote full time to legislative duties will be needed in Montpelier this session. A there Are 19 committees in the House formerly organized on the basis of a 246-membership,&Quot she continued. A now with 150 members according to the reapportionment plan these committees will All have to be reorganized. Undoubtedly the newly elected legislators will also be asked to make numerous changes in the election during the 1965 session mrs. Collins was the Only legislator to serve As clerk on two House committees namely the Highway and Bridges and the reapportionment committees. She was also the Only legislator to introduce two Bills of her own to re apportion the House. Co sponsor of the Bill which brought successful action this past legislative session in setting up vocational technical schools in Vermont mrs. Collins As a freshman legislator in 1963, struggled to prevent a 30 per cent loss of education state Aid under the new Simpson state Aid formula which would have meant hardship for most of the Bennington and Windham county schools. Successful action on this matter was achieved in the 1965 session. Manchester Jackie Breen 362-2259 or. And mrs. Clarence Green and son Michael returned to their Home in Dalton mass. Friday after spending their vacation at the Home of her parents or. And mrs. Gordon Bentley. Sister Mary Olive and sister Felicita of Dover . Are visiting m r. And mrs. Theodore Mahar and sister Mary olives aunt mrs. Mary Madison. Melanie Otis daughter of or. And mrs. Don b. Otis has gone to Potsdam . For a weeks vacation. On tuesday she went to Toronto Canada where she saw a performance of the beatles at Maple Leaf gardens. Michael Nawrath son of or. And mrs. William c. Nawrath was recently awarded the Vigil Honor of the order of the Arrow a boy scout camping Honor Dorset patience Brooks 362-2123 mrs. Edith Mehaffey organist and director of music at St. Stephen s methodist Church Marblehead mass., will offer a program of Organ music tonight at 8 15 at the United Church of Dorset and East Rupert. Or. And mrs. Robert Mcfall and family of South Dorset recently left on a camping vacation in the thousand islands of new York state and Ontario. The islands lie in a 40-mile stretch of the St. Lawrence River As it runs from its source in Lake Ontario. Accompanying the Mcfalls Are or. And mrs. Walter d. Gass and family of Framingham mass., former Manchester residents. Peter Brooks of South Dorset was kicked by a horse during the weekend and is now recovering from the Accident with a cracked rib and a dislocated Collarbone. Bennington it. Jas Back to school f shirts 3 for $11.85 traditionally styled. Tapered Button Down Collar Oxford cloth shirts in Lwhite Blue Yel Low Green Pink Adams Quot shoes 9 shop society. Nawrath an Eagle scout with explorer Post 33 Here was Given the Honor at Camp Sunrise Orwell. Each Lodge May nominate one scout for the Honor for every 20 initiated into the order annually but the selection must also be approved by a nation a1 committee. Or. And mrs. Glenn Beckwith and son Mark of Baltimore my. Have been visiting relatives in town. Mrs. William Martin and two children of Augusta a. Have been visiting her parents or. And mrs. Thomas Smith Here. Mrs. Martin the former Nancy Smith was formerly a nurse at Putnam memorial Hospital Bennington. She often acted As substitute for mrs. Mary d. Torrey local Public nurse. Frank Squires of Manchester depot custodian in charge at Burr and Burton Seminary for the past la years Lias resigned his Post As of sept. I and will be employed by Richard Ameden Carpenter. Arlington Helene Thompson 375-2325 or. And mrs. Chester Taft or. Are the parents of a daughter born aug. 13 at Putnam memorial Hospital. Steven Masius Nephew Louis Capek of new York City is visiting the Mas Home this week. John Mas will return to the City with him the latter part of the week. School band news the Arlington school band will be having a drive for new members As soon As school starts. Three instruments Are now available a tuba trombone and baritone Horn. First come first served at a meeting of officers and committeemen monday evening at the firehouse it was decided to Start children in grades 3 and 4 with lessons so they would be ready to play in the band when they enter Grade 5. Applications will be Given pupils and a Date set for parents to Confer with the director George Wheeler As soon As school begins. There will be no More band rehearsals this summer. Those present at monday nights rehearsal were served cookies and punch. A junk Crusher to be leased to private individuals. Her plan is now being studied by the . Government As a solution to the National clean up problem and she has been called in As a consultant. A native vermonter mrs. Collins is the wife of j. Foster Collins employed by the . Power co. They have three children and five grandchildren. District 32 comprises Readsboro Stamford Whitingham Wilmington Dover Searsburg and Pownal. District 32 revises organization plans mrs. K in Alen e Collins District 32 candidate mrs. Collins experience on the highways and Bridges committee and As a member of gov. Hoff s Highway task Force brought action for adoption of a Law this past session which permits Transfer of state Aid funds from state Aid highways to town highways. As a member of the task Force mrs. Collins travelled throughout the state meeting with town selectmen to discuss Highway problems which she characterized As a highly the coming session according to mrs. Collins will Deal primarily with reconstruction of critical sections of primary highways. It is expected a Complete revision of antiquated Highway Laws which task Force members studied will be introduced for consideration she said. In order to clean up the Vermont landscape mrs. Collins sought to have the state Purchase by vhf a Langlais Readsboro a forty one Republican members of District 32 from Pownal Wilmington Searsburg Readsboro Stamford Whitingham and Dover met tuesday night in Readsboro Central school to discuss future plans and hear prospective legislative candidates. Co chairmen Ralph Howe or. Of Wilmington and Marcel Langlais of Pownal presided and called on John Newkom Secretary of Stamford to outline a proposed Resolution of organization. A 16-article Resolution to set up an executive committee and formally organize the group was discussed with the legality and feasibility of several items challenged. In essence however the plan was found acceptable with certain revisions. A motion to Forward the Resolution to the state committee for Sanction was tabled and a committee of three Newkom Leroy Lawrence and Victor Allen was appointed to draw up a revised version to be voted on at the next meeting sept. 15. Four candidates announced their intentions of entering the primary race James w. Lounsbury of Pownal mrs. Doris Rice of Searsburg mrs. Kenalene Collins of Readsboro and Ira Whitney of Stamford All having had previous experience As town representatives. Chairman Howe introduced each candidate by Reading Brief biographical sketches and each told of past experiences and their voting record in the Assembly and presented views on current issues and possible future legislation. Questions were asked from the floor with topics of discussion including Highway development forests and Parks Region ligation Deer control recreational development Bond issues vocational schools water resources and educational television. The meeting closed on a plea for Unity among the seven towns to make an effective District which will ring about the election of the Best qualified Republican candidates for office. In calling for adjournment at 1030 . Chairman Langlais announced the following dates to be kept in mind sept 8�?last Day to file primary petitions sept. 13�?Republican town caucuses oct. 2�?Republican fund raising dinner in Burlington oct. 19�?primary elections and nov. 23�?general elections. A Coffee special hour followed with mrs. Collins As hostess. Arthur Jones Mamed Lister in Shaftsbury Shaftsbury Arthur Jones who has been Active in school and scouting activities in this is a w town was named to the Board of la Hoard listers by selectmen Here monday night. He will fill a vacancy caused by the death of Charles Scarey. Jones a Democrat ran for the Post of Lister in the last election but was Defeated by Arthur Carman. Married an the father of two children he is employed at Eagle Square mfg. Co. Also at monday night s meeting presided Over by Merton Snow selectmen conferred with supt. Leon Wagner school Board chairman Lloyd Spaulding and other school directors on kindergarten organization for this fall. A specifies who Walkin Manchester a the new a walkers policy Quot and related transportation adjustments concerned the Manchester school Board at its regular meeting Here tuesday night. The policy voted upon unanimously several weeks ago by the Board specifies that children eight years of age and older who live within three quarters of a mile from the elementary school must walk to school except those living on Richville and Barnum Ville roads where there Are no sidewalks. The change in transportation policy will affect a savings of $400 Over the amount paid for transportation last year. Appearing before the Board was Bill Johnson who agreed to terms of the new two trip bus contract at $3,380 for the coming school year. Also agreed upon with mrs. Lydia shores was the taxi contract for transportation of children not living on bus routes. Board members and supt. Neil e. Cross inspected the new electrical installation in the fourth Grade room in the basement of the school and agreed to remind contractor Donald Fleming that the Job must be completed before the opening of school sept. 7. In other business the Board a announced that the Paul Fowler memorial fund designated for use exclusively for band purposes now stands at $100 a reserved the gymnasium nov. 5 and 6 for use of the chamber of Commerce for its annual Trade show a and decided that teacher orientation sessions would be held sept. I and 2. Shat Tasbur f ran Stacy 45 26524 drs. Arthur and Elizabeth Faris will be out of town from saturday aug. 24 through sunday aug. 29 adv District 25 republicans Rio Anize Sunderland a or. Clifford b. Harwood of Manchester was elected chairman of legislative District 25 by some 40 republicans from Dorset Manchester Landgrove Peru and Winhall during an organizational session Here sunday. James Stannard of South Dorset was named vice chairman mrs. Harold Harwood of Manchester Secretary and s. Bruce smart of Peru treasurer. State executive Secretary Richard Thomas of Montpelier spoke on rallies scheduled to be held in each District oct. 26. The group voted to form an executive committee comprised of officers and town chairmen of each of the five towns in the District and Hie presidents of the District women s and Young Peoples gop organizations. Full banking service a Man needs full service banking when he has the responsibility of a Home car and family. Get full service Al the Vermont Bank and Trust company Bellows Falls Chester Brattleboro Rutland Bennington Manchester member Federal Deposit insurance cooperation umm a it s wonderful How bottled is it Iez vice makes looking and baking so in Urb easier cleaner cooler it s the perfect fuel for Home use. . Winslow plumbing amp heating Supply co. 303 depot St. Diet 26308

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