Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Aug 31 1963, Page 2

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - August 31, 1963, Bennington, Vermont Saturday special Dominion Hatbox hair dryer just hams a a 63c it. Turkey -59 Chuck Steak >59< walkers Market Economy Auto stores inc. 530 main s treet Bennington q i a open All Day saturdays a a Pennington Banner. Saturday August 31, 1963 school for retarded re opens wednesday pocketbook found a pocketbook found in front of the Banner office Friday has been turned into Bennington Village police and May bt1 claimed there. He a got everything for Home improvement except the Money. That a Why hell make a Low Cost Home improvement loan at the Vermont Bank and Trust company. You should too. The Vermont Bank and Trust co. St Kim imm mpg tit my Kaki Flom Mitt Mem Ludlam Lennington if lows flus Crish a pm of yid Carmi slavic the red Brick school in Shaftsbury a facility for teaching mentally retarded children will reopen its doors for the 1963-g4 school year at 9 . Wednesday the Rev. W. Earle Forman executive director of the Vermont association for retarded children announced Friday. Making up the school staff this year will be Harold j. Shepard who will return to teach in the a a upper room. This summer Shepard attended Russell Sage College in Troy n.y., where he earned four semester credits in special education courses for retarded children. Max Bailey a new member of the staff will take the place of miss Alice Miller teacher in the a a lower room for two years. Miss Miller is on a years leave of absence to Complete her work toward a masters degree and will return to the school for the fall term in 1964. Bailey is a graduate of Ohio University and has had la years experience teaching mentally retarded children. He has served in Alaska Montana and most recently Colorado. New from Edward Flynn will begin his fifth year As custodian shop teacher and bus Driver. Mrs. Ina Damon will begin her fourth year in charge of the Kitchen and dining room. Mrs. Bernard Whitman will again be teaching Home economics. Mrs. Donald Colby will return As speech therapist. Religious education will be conducted As in the past at the Shaftsbury methodist Church for protestant children and at St. Francis de sales Academy in Bennington for roman Catholic children. The Rev. Or. Forman said that plans Are being formulated for a third class which is expected to begin with the Winter term Jan. 6. Bailey May be assigned to teach this class As Well. Or. Forman said a a Large waiting list of parents anxious to enter their children at the school makes the need for a third class the school presently is handling 30 children 15 in each of the two classes. Bus transportation for the children will be handled on the same schedule As last year. Children in Pownal will be picked up at their residences children in the Bennington graded school District at the Bennington area Myca and children inthe greater Bennington schools District at the Molly Stark school. Plans Are being made for an added pick up Point in North Bennington. The school Calendar follows sept. 4 a school opens sept. 20 a teachers meetings no school oct. 17-18 a Vea convention no school nov. La a veterans Day no school nov. 27-29�?thanksgiving recess no school Christmas vacation a school closes dec. 23 school opens Jan. 6 Winter vacation a school closes feb. 20 school opens feb. 24 March 27 a Good Friday no school Spring vacation a school closes april 17, school opens april 27 june la a school picnic june 12 a school closes Midwest teams win Marc 350, 35 horsepower 2 Cylinder. In line Mercury most powerful two new super Magneto. Power dome combustion Chambers. Many parts patterned after and interchangeable with powerful Mere 1000. Options electric starting Black trimmed in Chrome. Recommended for Sling fishing cruising runabouts work boats houseboats Pontoon boats barges and a Terai Utility Bennington garage corp. Main Street Bennington Keene n. H. Apr Omaha neb., Defeated Greensboro a. C., 2-1 on Len Boryca a Lith inning Home run and Evansville ind., downed Somerville mass., 5-2 Friday in the american legion baseball world series. Memphis tenn., Winner of 34 straight games faced Long Beach calif., Friday night inthe Battle of teams unbeaten in the tournament. The losses knocked Greensboro and Somerville out of the double elimination Competition. Visitors Stream into the lobby of the Bennington museum curator Richard a Barret second from left behind counter receives compliments from out of state visitor who was greatly impressed with Fine collection of Moses paintings As Well As with the museum As a whole. Grandma Moses Art draws crowd the grandma Moses exhibit which opened at the Bennington museum june 29 has already attracted visitors from All 50 states and 22 foreign countries. Museum curator Richard c. Barret Points out that while the Moses exhibit has been a Stellar attraction it is by no Means the singular reason for the museums popularity. Since the opening of the Moses exhibit 30,590 visitors have registered at the museum and june 14, All 50 states had been represented. Arrangements for the exhibition were made by the Galerie St. Etienne of new York City. The exhibit will continue through oct. 22 and visitors will find 20 of grandma Moses Best paintings of regional scenes and activities. Labor Day in crowd viewing the grandma Moses exhibition room at the Bennington museum since the opening of the exhibit a total of 30.590 visitors from All 50 states and 22 foreign countries have viewed the paintings 16,195 registered in the month of August. 1 injured priest student lifted from Mountain Millinocket Maine apr a negro priest and a College student from Massachusetts injured in a fall on mile High mount Kathadin were ferried by air Force helicopter to a Millinocket Hospital Friday. They Are the Rev. Harold a. Fur Lar 27, a curate at St. Johns roman Catholic Church in the Roxbury Section of Boston and Samuel t. Krikorian 19, of West Medford a northeastern University student. Both appeared to have escaped with scratches and bruises but were held overnight at Millinocket Community Hospital for observation. At Baxter state Park with a group of explorer scouts from Stoneham mass., father fur Lar and Krikorian attempted thursday to climb the Chimney Pond Trail some three Miles from the Jimmy fund drive begins Here tuesday tuesday the local a Jimmy fund drive for the Benefit of the children a cancer research foundation sponsored by the Bennington Village police department will begin. Containers will be placed in some of the local business establishments and in addition to this letters will be addressed to the fraternal organizations and industries. Personal Contact will be made by representatives of the Village police throughout the business District. Anyone not contacted and wishing to contribute to this cause should make his Check payable to the Bennington Village police department Jimmy Fundan mail it to the chairman chief Edward Silver Bennington Village police department. Base. The ascent can be made Only with ropes. Rangers said the pair did no to let anyone know they were going to try the dangerous Trail. They had a rope but it broke and they fell. Ranger Ralph Heath said the pair said they toppled 70 feet. Obituary Bert Stocki full Silas e. Bert Stockwell a resident of 700 Gage St. For Many years died today at his Home at the age of 81. Or. Stockwell was the son of Willie and Lottie Mattison Stockwell. He was born in Shaftsbury on aug. 12, 1882. He was educated in the Shaftsbury schools and Farmed in that area with his parents until his marriage to the former Lila Percey in Bennington in 1919. The Stockwell were married in the House in which they had since made their Home. Following their marriage or. Stockwell accepted a Job in Derby conn., As a farm superintendent and went there to live for awhile he was engaged in poultry and Dairy farming in that area but returned to Bennington in 1948. Or. Stockwell retired in the Early 50s. Besides his wife he leaves three nieces mrs. Emory Wheeler mrs. Joseph Towslee and mrs. Evelyn Shaw All of Bennington. Or. Stockwell was a member of the Odd Fellows Lodge of Bennington and Shaftsbury and held various offices in this order. The family will be in attendance at the Hanson Walbridge funeral Home today from 7 to 9 . Funeral services will be held sunday at 3 . At the funeral Home. Interment will be in the Park Lawn cemetery. Continued from Page i Abling them beyond the Day of the Accident. In an All out Effort to keep Vermont a traffic Accident toll at a minimum commissioner of Public safety William h. Baumann said Friday that state troopers in full Force will be patrolling highways during the three Day Holiday period. A fall officers a he said a have been instructed to exercise rigid vigilance for traffic Law violations and to take the necessary action in he urged All Drivers to realize the full responsibility of operating a motor vehicle. Highlighting the weekend Calendar will be the opening tonight of the fall thoroughbred meet at Green Mountain Park in Pownal. Post time for the first race at Vermont a new parimutuel track is 7 45 ., with the Dally double closing at 7 30. At the it. Anthony country club there will be a scotch foursome tournament at match play. Nine Hole rounds will each be played today and sunday with an 18-Hole final round on labor Day. Other Bennington area attractions include an antique auction today and monday at the Shields Home on Walloomsac Road in old Bennington. First rap of the Gavel is at to . Topping tavern a private Home restored with revolutionary period furnishings and artefacts will be open to the Public today from 2 to 6 . This Home is located on the East Road in Shaftsbury. A donation admission of s3 is asked for the Benefit of the Bennington county humane society. Musical and stage events Are also on tap. Internationally famous Ballerina Marina Svetlovs and company will appear sunday and monday night at 8 30 . Saturday 4 . Sunday and 2 30 . Monday. Marlboro is East of Wilmington off Vermont 9. Performances of a come blow your Horny will be presented at the Dorset playhouse tonight and sunday nights a Little Mary Sunshine a a musical will hold Forth at the Weston playhouse tonight through monday night a emr. Booth a a new musical comedy is playing tonight at the Williamstown mass., summer theatre. In nearby Schaghticoke n.y., the annual Schaghticoke fair will be running full tilt during the weekend. Gates open at noon tomorrow and 8 . Monday and tuesday the last Day. Regular local attractions Are the Bennington historical museum with its special exhibit on the works of grandma Moses the Bennington Battle Monument the Cushman company a Stone House in North Bennington covered Bridges the old first Church in old Bennington and the Deer Park in Bennington Village on . 7. Hoff names Nadworny Montpelier apr gov. Philip h. Hoff a office announced Friday appointment of or. Milton j. Nadworny of Burlington to the state employment Security advisory Council. Nadworny is a faculty member at the University of Vermont. He will represent the general Public on the 9-member Council aiding the commissioner of employment Security in formulating policies and in dealing with problems related to Vermont a unemployment insurance system. Nadworny teaches economics at Ulm and is a specialist in labor problems. Wins Green pastures Burlington apr the Vermont Extension service said today the Percy Martin family of Craftsbury common will receive the 1963 Vermont Green pastures award. The Martins operate a 96-head farm marked by High production top forage and Overall efficiency the Extension service said. Martin and his wife parents of Holiday a continued from Page i during the four Day Independence Day Holiday this year. That was a record for that Holiday period. The lowest traffic toll for a labor Day weekend since world War ii was 246. That was recorded in 1946. For purposes of drawing comparisons the associated press made a Survey of motor vehicle fatalities d u r i n g a no Holiday weekend a from 6 . Friday aug. 16, to Midnight monday aug. 19. There were 461 deaths in traffic. In addition there were 13 boating fatalities and 49 drownings for a total of 523. Telephones bus in is 442-6300 newsroom 442-2 800 display Advertis ing.442-2684 the Bennington Banner is published daily except sunday and Legal holidays at 425 main St., Bennington Vermont by the Banner publishing corporation. Member of the associated press is entitled exclusively to the use for republication to All local news printed in this newspaper As Well As All a news dispatches. Horn delivery by Carrier and motor delivery four sons will be honoured with other new England winners at the Eastern states exposition. Gov. Hoff will present a Silver Pitcher to them sept. 15. Heads College Roth Brunswick Maine apr a former elementary school principal in Chittenden vt., is the new head of the army Roth unit at Bowdoin College. Appointment of it. Col. William f. Vassar As professor of military science succeeding col. Edward a. Ryan was announced by the College Friday. Vassar a native of Northfield vt., served in the Pacific in world War ii and went Back into the army in 1951. 5ince you can count a amp a for for Back to College jumpers misses and juniors s9�?� to m49 plaids Dryad ales free parking armory lot next door you Are invited to see the a world series of Golf on Zenith color to in our show room sept. 7 and 8 Stop in for your free to score card and map guide a world series of Golf spec Al As featured on Quot the world series of Golf Quot Abc to network spectacular parking lot at the museum is constantly filled with cars. While the grandma Moses exhibit has been a main attraction the museum As a whole has become one of the major attractions of this area. Vermont news briefs Ort greater dependability of handcrafted Chat Bill my 80s� 1959 Ford 4 dr., station Wagon Auto. Trans., r amp h 51095 1957 it Ion pick up 6 cyl., stand. Trans. S695 Liggett-b0sworth sales x service North Bennington Road Bennington it. The jets aft a modal l21s0 elegantly styled Ultra slim Luggage portable 19 to in ten color or Ebony color. Top twirl aies value carry handle Zenith Quality Quot a. Speaker. Monopole Antenna to Stano Pree deluxe Channel tuner. . Williams he Don t talk services a e dive it Hunt St. Bennington dial 2-6858 subscription rates by mail 50 i. Radius and All v Ermont to. $4.25-6 to. $8.00-1 or. $15.00 elsewhere in the . 3 mos. $4.25-6 mos. $9 00-1 or. $17.50 special rates for servicemen this new 1964 super slim series 19 Overall Dias picture a a. 172 so. In reef picture area world s finest portable to deluxe to stand s t

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