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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - December 9, 1965, Bennington, Vermont 8�?Bennington Banner thursday. 1965 music review irs will sell nod articles Washington up a a huge picture of Adolf Hitler Swastika armbands and various other Nail mementos will be sold at Public auction by the internal Revenue service irs. Irs agents raided the american nazi party Headquarters in nearby Arlington va., last Friday because of the party s failure to pay More than $5,000 in Back taxes. No Date has been set for the auction but an irs spokesman confirmed it would be held before the end of the year. Burlington superintendents talk seen of special interest to Manchester Manchester a William f. Keough jr., one of Vermont a outstanding Young educators will address a Manchester audience next week on a topic that promises to strike Sparks a comprehensive secondary education a right or wrong a Keough superintendent of schools in Burlington will appear in Zion Parish House wednesday at 8 . As part of a series of programs of general Community interest a the Rector of Zion the superintendent who holds Bachelor s and masters degrees from Boston College has had experience in both teaching and school administration. Born in Waltham mass. In 1930, he attended Boston College High school Boston. He started his career in education in Massa a Way to the news a Grade 8 social studies students of mrs. Edna t. Wright at Manchester elementary school Are shown As they studied current events tuesday by Means of a film strip supplied through cooperation of the Bennington Banner. In this Frame children Are asked to identify meanings of words and geographical place names appearing in the news. A related quiz runs mondays in the Banner. Ringheiser Manchester news Manchester elementary school principal Donald Shanks announced today that the second marking period will close dec. 17 and report cards will be sent Home dec. 22. School will close that Day at 2 . For the Christmas vacation. Shanks also announced an Art lecture planned for today for grades 5-8. The speaker was James l. Montague executive director of the Southern Vermont Art Center. Among other december plans at the school is the annual Christmas lunch set for dec. 21. Or. And mrs. Nathan Kam Ber recently spent a few Days in new York visiting friends and family. While there mrs. Kamber was guest of two luncheons and spoke of life in Vermont and also of the world Eye Bank project in Vermont which she Hopes will soon be in operation. I oof news members of Excelsior Rebekah Lodge will hold a covered dish supper at their annual Christmas party dec. 17 at Odd Fellows Hall. An invitation has been extended to Hope Lodge roof and their families As Well As to families of members of Excelsior Lodge. Supper will be served at 6 30. An Exchange of gifts and program will follow the Excelsior Lodge business meeting. Those wishing to participate Are asked to bring a one Dollar gift and in Cate whether it is for a Man woman or child. Those planning to attend should notify chairman Ernestine Gillis of the number of persons in the family. A four fleas opens a Larry Barker operator of the four fleas ski and sport shop is shown in the Manchester Center shop on it. 11-30 shortly after it opened for business tuesday. Barker runs a sports clothing store in Maine during the summer. The four fleas will be open Only during Winter months., Ringheiser Manchester school plans Holiday fare Manchester a the Junior High chorus will present its annual Christmas program at the gymnasium of the elementary a school dec. 21 at 7 45 . ? chorus is under the Din of music teacher miss Langworthy and has 67 and girls As members. A newly formed boy s chorus with 30 members will sing for the first time that night. For the program miss Lang worthy has chosen a number of Christmas Folk songs from America. These include negro spirituals and songs of the appalachian Region. Solo parts will be Sung by Melissa Bongartz Robert Markey Alan Markey Jodi Hamilton Keith Ellis and Dorothy Bushee. The annual band concert in Dei the direction of Harold Wheeler will be held dec. 17. Gifts that going a year electric toasters Fry pans mixers electric can openers coffeemakers electric knives Kilburn a hardware plumbing amp heating supplies depot St. Munch eater ctr. Tel. 362-1625 open daily 7 3u a.m.-6 30 ., Friday til 9 00 Chusett with a teaching position in the lower grades. Following this he taught five years in a Junior senior High school part of which time he was also an administrative assistant. After serving two years As an elementary principal he came to Vermont to become superintendent of schools in Windham Central supervisory Union. In 1963 he went to Burlington. Keough is a member of Phi Delta Kappa honorary fraternity for educators. He served for one year As research associate to or. John Marshall educational consultant and is currently serving a three year term As program director to the new England Council for the advancement of school. Administration. In 1963-64 he had a teaching Fellowship in the Boston University school of education where he was pursuing studies in the doctoral program. Keough is married and the father of four children ranging in age from two to to. He is a member of the state and National education associations the Vermont association of superintendents and the american association of school administrators. Because of keen interest in secondary education pm the National scene As Well As locally it is expected that Keough a remarks will attract the attention of educators and the Many people in the Community who Are the greater Manchester a Varik on route i merchants n make your dollars have More cents. Always buy Quality Winslow plumbing heating amp contracting co., inc. In the line since apr in Mancha Star Cantar Phona 362-2308 free gifts for everyone Stop in Tot Row Pinto nil. 7hr Star nil Mitt t Purdys inc. A Whix ame Hilt Bennington College students Excel in concert tour preview William f. Keough or. Concerned with the future of education. The Public is invited. There will be no admission. Wall Pas ses Berlin up a More than 97,000 West berliners have applied for passes to visit relatives in East Berlin during Christmas and the new year s holidays it was announced today. Or Marr of rooter j ignition to Platsk Winter s coming a oaf ready with the cold season coming your car will need More than just a change of Oil. Well Check and adjust the vital Points for you engine brakes steering and suspension electrical system a every part of your cards ignition system get set now for a Winter of trouble free driving. All work guar teed. Low prices. Batten kill Dodge sales a service we sell the Best we fix the rest Richville rd., Manchester depot it. Tai. 362-2042 by Lisa Tate North Bennington. Wednesday night in the Bennington College Carriage barn a group of four student musicians gave a Small but fortunate audience a pre hearing of a concert of chamber music for strings that will go on tour this Winter. Without knowing it their future audiences in schools located from Virginia North to Canada Are in for a musical treat. For these four have Laboured Long but apparently lovingly Over their repertoire to the Point of sounding truly like a string quartet a despite the elusiveness of their individual instruments and the difficulties inherent in collectively shaping their individual sounds into a balanced and responsive ensemble. A of that ensemble sound was distinctly there in the two quartets on last nights program rising and diminishing together or falling Back in part to let the Solo line emerge or following each other to create a single line a As in the first movement of Lionel Nowako a Sonatina for string quartet which opened the program. Here two distinct dissonant tonalities emerged clearly creating a tension which carried the piece through its three movements though the tension of the last movement Lay More in its rhythmic subtleties. Delicacy of phrasing marked the group s performance of Haydn a quartet opus 77, no. I which concluded the program. It too moved and moved graciously never faltering though its seams were exposed at Points in the first movement where it changed from key to key. But there was really a remarkable sense of flow to its four movements and a Clear sense of its dynamic shadings thanks to the music anly performance that it got. The listener could easily forget that these were Amateur performers a a College senior two juniors and a Sophomore. Mozart a duo for violin and Viola in g major played by Joan Harkness and Alice Webber respectively left its performers More exposed what with just two lines of music and their blending at stake. But the spirit with which they played is much More in my mind now than an occasional lapse in intonation noticed then. Introducing a double Bass along with violin and two violas was Alice webbers own composition overture to Ticino a Lively original piece in the contemporary idiom with Muffy Crocker switching from cello to double ass and Olivia Kop Pell from violin to Viola in order to meet the demands of the score. A of these four will return to the College in Early january to rehearse their repertory which also includes works by Bartok Purcell and Joan Harkness before setting out on a seven week tour Jan. 13, during the colleges non resident term. Last nights preview was much More than just promising still it would be fun to hear them again after they have performed together in Public some three dozen times As they will soon set out to do. Or. Divine awarded Fellowship Dorset a or. Neil divine son of mrs. Dorothy divine West Road has been named a recipient of one of 66 recently granted nato postdoctoral science fellowships according to an announcement from the Vermont congressional delegation. Or. Divine who is now a faculty member at the University of Colorado will go to Munich Germany to work in astronomy at Max Planck Institute for physics and astrophysics. The Fellowship program was instituted by the North Atlantic treaty organization in 1959. Or. Divine a award is for one year and is a combined Grant from the National science foundation and the . State department. It o by cd key .0 o o .0 Prunella to you Bromley Street shop included in the new bigger and better Bromley expansion program. Stop by wednesday afternoons. 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