Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Aug 23 1965, Page 5

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - August 23, 1965, Bennington, Vermont It. Ski Industry protests Federal Riding Bennington Fanner monday August 23, 1965-5 Montpelier a Strong protests Over new Federal regulations which prohibit unrestricted recruitment of foreign ski instructors have been raised by members of Vermont s ski Industry. The development department said today that a nine member ski advisory Council has registered Sharp objections Over a recent . Immigration service ruling which requires clearance orders with visa petitions for professional ski instructors. The Council claimed such a ruling is injurious to Vermont s ski Industry and further charged the Federal decision was made arbitrarily without an Opportunity to be represented at a hearing. The action according to the Council restricts Vermont areas in their a Freedom of Choice Quot Over hiring ski instructors pointing out there Are Only limited numbers of qualified . Instructors. Some Vermont areas maintain that a foreign or Continental atmosphere is necessary to their successful operation and that the foreign instructors help create this atmosphere. Under Federal procedures immigration officials must determine from . Employment service whether Domestic workers Are available in connection with the request for temporary admission of aliens to work in this country. Only after regional and National and local efforts prove such workers Are not available can employers then petition to import foreign workers. Council members contend such procedures do not permit adequate time for negotiations for qualified foreign instructors. In previous years foreign instructors were exempt from this policy being classified As professional athletes. In requesting the Federal decision be rescinded the Council pointed to Europe s increasingly Strong Competition for the . Ski Market. European ski Sim luscious California Cantaloupe Laug �?T36�?T 5,z i m v o Western nectarines californian Thompson grapes seedless Homegrown Green peppers Grill time charcoal briquet 2 a 39c 2 m 39c 3i,s 29 20 bag 99 ii evaporated new huh Smoky crisps Peanut butter snack crackers 14vi of. Can 10c 49 25 Yuban instant Coffee All purpose Deal Label in to Pillsbury flour 25 bag l double slumps every wed we Reserve the right to limit quantities prices and offers effective thru wednesday August 25 Weare not responsible for typographical errors resorts they maintain Are becoming easier to reach through the growing number of chartered air flights. The Council was recently created to advise the Vermont development department on matters relating to the ski Industry and on methods to help increase its economic value to the state. Scotch foursomes flan dinner dance the scotch foursome of the it. Anthony country club is giving a dinner and dance saturday and also sponsoring a four piece orchestra for this occasion. Dinner will feature roast prime ribs of beef and will Start at 7 . With club members and their guests invited. Reservations must be made by aug. 25. On sunday a Buffet will be served starting at 7 . And awards for the scotch foursome tournament will be made after dinner. All club members and guests Are also invited to this event with Early reservations required. The tournament is a two Day affair saturday and sunday and More than too golfers Are participating. This is the big event of the year. Promoted a it. Glenn e. Davis left is sworn in As a major and executive officer of Vermont state police by gov. Hoff and col. . Alexander state police commissioner. Police it. Glenn k. Davis named executive officer p. Nicholas of to \ s or. K f r wit fogs Ware or. I to get air Force duty r i Rigi. Caner Akron Ohio up a if automobile tires were sold by the Pound like meat and potatoes any Thrifty housewife would pronounce them one of today a Best bargains. The Price per Pound of tires has fallen from $1.67 in the Days of the 1922 Hup Mobile to $1.16 for the 1965 models according to researchers at Goodyear tire amp rubber co. Burlington gov. Philip h. Hoff was announced the pro motion of state police Glenn e. Davis to major and executive officer of the Vermont state police. The oath to that office was administered by the governor at his Burlington Home. Col. E. A. Alexander Public safety commissioner who recommended Davis to the Post was present during the Brief ceremony. Maj. Davis will assume responsibilities recently vacated by the retirement of major Kenneth j. Fletcher. Davis entered state service in 1946 As Highway patrol inspector with the motor vehicle department transferring to the department of Public safety when it was created in 1947. His assignments have been at Montpelier Newport St. Albans Burlington returning to Mont Pelier Headquarters in 1959 to take first command of the Bureau of criminal investigation. In december 1964, Davis also was made superintendent of the Inden Elf cation records division still retaining command of the bal he has attended seminars of instruction at Harvard medical school dept of Legal Medicine Boston University Law Medicine Institute northeastern University in traffic Law enforcement and new England police Institute human relations. He is a graduate of the Keeler polygraph Institute being the first lie Detector examiner in Vermont. Maj. Davis is the most recent state police graduate from the Fri National Academy. Davis is married and resides in Waterbury. He is a native of Putney and is a Veteran of world warn serving in the . Navy South Pacific theater operations. San Antonio airmen Kermit m. Eggsware or. And p. Nicholas Tetras or. Of Bennington have completed . Air Force Basic military training at Lackland fab and have been selected to attend technical training courses. Airman Eggsware son of or. And mrs. Kermit Eggsware of 1008 county St., will be trained As an aircraft maintenance specialist at Chanute fab in Illinois. He is a 1965 graduate of Beni airman Petras son of or. And mrs. Paul n. Petras of 131 w. Main St., will attend the munitions specialist course at fab Colorado. He is a 1965 graduate of Bennington Catholic High. Wirl scout motes three local girls All senior scouts have been spending two weeks at Sunset Valley in Gorham . Bette sue Thompson Dale Whitman and Sandra Willis who were the alternates chosen for the International Roundup in Idaho were among the 60 girls from Maine new Hampshire Quebec new Brunswick and Prince Edward Island in Canada who took part in this special round up. Hiking was stressed with a number of treks in the Foothills of the presidential Range in new Hampshire. These were in preparation for a strenuous hike up the Tuckerman Ravine Trail to the Summit of it. Washington. The girls also enjoyed a number of Side trips in the White Mountain area including the Gondola ride on Wildcat Mountain and a visit to the state wildlife Sanctuary. Another exciting experience was the Opportunity to meet girl scouts from faraway Peru in South America who were in new Hampshire on an Exchange basis As part of the Juliette Low program of International communication and understanding. When they returned last week Manv seeking a Delork to avoid draft United press International Young men Are falling All Over themselves these Days in a big Rush to get married. Its love of course but in a lot of cases they spell it v 1-e-1 a am. Quot Many of the Young men bluntly admit that they Are marrying to avoid the draft a said a clerk in the Allegheny county License Bureau in Pittsburgh. A some say they feel the cause in Viet Nam is not Worth fighting the number of marriage applications in Allegheny county As in Many courthouses across the nation has soared since president Johnson made his draft step up announcement july 28. Quot the draft a asked John Danyo a 22-year-old Detroit musician Quot that s Why in a getting Grace Kelley Deputy clerk in the Wayne county Detroit marriage License Bureau said a ooh yes a Many Young persons were Rushing to get married to escape the draft. She said three fourths of the persons applying for marriage licenses Are Between 18 and 23, a and they ask for an extra copy of the License to take to their draft in Philadelphia Robert w. Costigan first assistant clerk in charge of the marriage License Bureau said two Young women telephoned and volunteered the information that they were changing wedding dates from next Winter to this month so their boyfriends can avoid the draft. In new York City clerk Herman Katz said his office has been asking Young persons if they Are getting married to avoid the draft. A at first some resent the question. But then a lot say yes i am Quot Katz said. But then As if to reaffirm his Faith in the altruistic Aims of Romance he adds a surely there Are Many who Are getting married to get deferred but most Are getting married so they can be a husband or a end their proudest possessions were special round up hats completely covered with a swaps Quot from the new friends they had made. Of local interest also is the fact that among the leaders at the new Hampshire round up was mrs. Donald Burchard who now lives in Salisbury it. Mrs. Burchard was Active in local scouting when she lived in Bennington and North Bennington for several years. A a of at a recent meeting of the Board of directors of the Vermont girl scout Council held at Camp sky acres in Washington announcement was made of the gift of ism Stock to the Council by mrs. Warren r. Austin or. Mrs. Austin widow of the late senator and . Ambassador to the United nations is an honorary member of the National girl scout advisory Council and has for Many years taken an Active interest in the girl scout movement particularly in Vermont. The Board voted to use this gift to establish a special Trust fund for the Vermont Council. Reports from the program and Camp committees made at the Board session evidenced rapid strides toward the Vermont Council goal of an outdoor experience for each girl. In the near future these include plans for a fall Cadette Camporee to be held at two different Sites it. Mansfield state Park and Emerald i Ake state Park on sept. 24, 25 and 26. In mbah save 4 ioo5 of \ dollars of a auf a % joining 1 llorilor"1 it of it Ltd a n Brt a Ria Quot to available at Oneida Market 736 main Street Lull Hanking service a Man needs full service banking when he has the responsibility of a Home car and family get full service at. The Vermont Bank and Trust company member Federal Deposit Indurani it be ratio a s s in e of i l notice Sayles open from to . To 6 . Tomorrow will be closed after 6 . To Complete our extensive alterations artery Arcade North Adams mass

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