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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - July 6, 1966, Bennington, Vermont 6-Bonnington to �?T., wednesday july 6, 19h6 a to complaints Al Manchester trailer hearing Manchester a no one appeared at a hearing tuesday night in opposition to an amendment to the Village of Manchester zoning ordinance barring Mobile Homes from the confines of the Village. Village trustees approved the amendment and placed it on the warning of the annual Village meeting to be voted on july la. The amendment bars Mobile Homes rom the Village in either temporary or permanent with foundations form but specifically omits from the prohibition Mobile Homes being transported through the Village or stored there unoccupied. Besides the question of the trailer amendment Village voters will elect a Village president two trustees a clerk and tax collector and three auditors. The meeting will be held at Bennington county court House Jit r . Bus seeks period deals by j a 4 Manchester a a critical need exists at Burr and Burton Seminary for Back copies of magazines and periodicals for use by students completing research projects according to . Henry headmaster. Henry cited the need this week in an Appeal to area residents in Possession of stacks of Back issues of the popular magazines frequently cited in the Reader s guide to periodical literature. A faculty Library committee at the Seminary has submitted the following list of magazines time Atlantic harpers the saturday review of literature Newsweek . News and world report new York times Magazine Holiday the National geographic scientific american natural history and other magazines of serious intent. Collections will be picked up in september or May be brought to the Seminary at any time Henry contrib tors should Call the Seminary at Manchester 362-1775, and leave their names. A a a Jeff Hup two Sonville father is music supervisor in Wilmington and Whitingham schools. Coming up behind is Readsboro a Drill team the Golden gators. Some 1,500 spectators watched the festivities. Collins Stephen Hansen 3, son was out in front monday in of or. And mrs. John h. Hansen of Jack Readsboro a fourth of july Parade. His music review memorable music at Marlboro Casals and musicians who 4care9 by Lisa Tate Marlboro. Moving sounds of music All of it from the traditional chamber music repertory a swept away awareness of the sweltering heat this weekend As the Marlboro music festival got v nursing graduates mrs. Martha Blair left and mrs. Mary Davis daughters of or. And mrs. Lester Jones of Bondville recently were graduated from practical nurse programs. Mrs. Blair graduated from David Hale fanning practical nurse program in Worcester mass., while mrs. Davis received her certificate from Pensacola Fla Junior College. Once a year we Sale flacon ski amp to 29 Quinlan a 436 main St. Dial 2-6256 drug store Bennington. It Well launched into its seven week summer season. There were More cars than Ever before More cameras More people wanting to hear and see. I suspect Many came with Casals in mind for he conducted the concluding piece of each of the three concerts Clear and sure in the Way he communicated the beat and pulse of Bach to the chamber orchestra under his command though perhaps conducting less than in past years As he allowed the musicians to carry Forward the momentum of the music once it got established. It is remarkable that a Man who will be 90 in december can maintain and project the vigor called for in conducting. But no less remarkable is the consistent vigor and freshness of the other musicians Young and old All mixed in together who performed various works during the course of the weekend. Several Are memorable for the spirit with which they were played. A of for instance Jaime Laredo violin and Gerald Apple Man cello joined forces with a pianistic Veteran or. Horszowski in a passionate performance of Mendelssohn s Trio in c minor sunday afternoon. A More full throated rendering of its romantic melodies a More sensitive interplay of three instrumental voices one could hardly have asked for. Gasps of delighted incredulity came from an audience astounded to hear such Lovely sound. A of something of the same be wonder ment Hung Over saturday nights audience As they listened to the colourful modulating lines of Brahms sonata in a Flat major for clarinet and piano. Harold Wrights clarinet produced Lucid Clear tones without any hint of Effort on the part of the performer. More Effort of a fiery Youthful sort was evident in the forceful though not for a moment forced piano playing of Murray Perahia a Young Man of about 20 who won the Kosciusko Competition last year and made his debut at Carnegie recital Hall last january. His name will surely be heard As time goes on and his playing has a sweeping Quality which Calls out to be heard. A of on Friday night another clarinet St Elsa Ludewig held Sway in Mozart a quintet in a major. More velvety More sin Beers family estate in Petersburg site of four Day Folk festival Nous in her tone production than Harold Wright she exerted perfect control Over her instrument with sensible support from the string players. This quintet also introduced the audience to another newcomer Hiroko Yajima a 19-year-old japanese girl now studying at Juilliard who played first violin to Alexander Schneider a second a of vocal music was featured on the opening program most strikingly in the form of Purcell a elegy Sung by Benita Valente and Ilona Kombrink in memory of Queen Elisabeth of Belgium who was a fervent supporter of chamber music and who visited the Marlboro festival several years ago. And on each of these three successive concerts the familiar notes of Baches suites nos. I amp 2 and the Brandenburg no. 3 and the by now familiar sight of Casals conducting them from a chair on the podium provided a fitting moving conclusion for each program. Casals interpretation always catches the spirit of these works with their sweep their lilt their quiet moments their stately ones. The stresses he evokes from an orchestra which gathers Only for the performance in question and does not play As a tightly knit polished unit makes the music come alive with a Joyful almost earthy Quality that evades Many a professional orchestra. Casals cares As do the shirt sleeved performers and the audience comes away caring. A of there will be Only two concerts next weekend on saturday night and sunday afternoon with Casals conducting at each. Both performances Are sold out a though one notices that those who bother to make the trip to Marlboro without tickets Are Seldom turned away. Hoosick Falls . A some 40 of the 180 acres of the Beers estate on new York 2, one half mile West of Petersburg near Here will be the scene of the Beers family Folk festival of traditional music and arts aug. 18-21. In the first annual event More than too performers including some 25 family groups will a it Pear during the four Day festival. They will come from As Many As 22 states Canada and England. A natural Amphitheater surrounded by new England Stone is located on land behind and adjacent to the Beers residence. In a Large cleared Field near the Amphitheater and state High a Way Are 17 acres for parking. In another adjacent Field will be room for camping reserved for Beers family guests who will be coming Many Miles to the affair. Paid patrons will be seeking accommodations in area motels and lodgings lists of which have been mailed across the country. The first Day of the festival aug. 18, will be an entire Day program for children with the morning program beginning at la . With the presentation of Quot Rumpelstiltskin a a two family opera by Philip Trier and family assisted by the Armstrong family. At 1 30 . Will be a Folk festival by children for children the first program of its kind. According to the Billing performers Are 44from tots to at 7 30, an old fashioned 44 punch and Judy Quot show and marionettes by the Jean Horton puppets will be presented plus music songs storytelling piping and Al Bluhm 44 the Cowboy who actually Rode with Buffalo among performers scheduled to appear Are the Golden ring Quot the famous Circle of friends who sat Down together and Sang and whose voices became the finest recording of 1964&Quot George and Gerry Armstrong Howie Mitchell Steve White Eddie Trickett win Strache Herb Nudelman and Shannon Wiedemann. Also Tossi and Lee Aaron jewish songs the Berge Folk family singing Thelma Boltin Uncle Remus and storytelling Len Chandler topical songs the Christensen family family singing Charlotte Daniels and Pat Webb Folk blues Bonnie Dobson Canada s Quot great sing Home of Folk festival a this is the Beers family residence on the estate in Petersburg ., where More than too Folk artists will perform aug. 18-21 in a festival of traditional music and arts. Or Quot John and Ginny Dildine songs puppets crafts Liz Getz songs and guitar Larry older and son old time fiddling Sarah Cleveland family traditional ballads Hette and Tom Beadnell family tradition Sandy and Caroline Paton family singing and Guy Carawan songs of Georgia sea islands. Also Julian Lee Rayford deadline chants the revelator gospel songs the Kinder family family singing Jean Ritchie traditional singing Tony and Irene Saletan International the usher family family singing Pat and Victoria songs of the West the Purdue family family singing Bob Mccreary songs and guitar the Young modern Folk Trio the Beers family including other members Janet and Bill Boyer and grandma Edna Buckham and Jimmy Driftwood Ozark folklore. In addition there will be exhibits of Folk and primitive Art. Among them will be featured the paintings of Forrest Moses and four generations of family Art including those of his Mother grandma Moses. Primitive Wood figures by Montana Mountaineer Lee Steen and the primitive Wood crafting workshop of Jones Cottrell West Virginia and will Gus walk tonight Wilmington a will the cat walk tonight. And will he walk right that is the question bothering the cast of Vermont a newest summer theater the Mirror players at the Wilmington playhouse. Theater tradition has it that the Day a new theater opens a cat is put on stage. He is watched by every member As they prepare for the first scheduled opening. Besides worries about last minute details before curtain time there is the anxiety of the cat. Will he walk across the stage and will he walk to left or right theater people Are superstitious. They readily admit this and they laugh apologetically about the cat. It is important though that the cat placed on the right Side of the stage walks Clear across the stage to the actors left. If Kitty performs Well the theater will Prosper. If he misses his Cue the theater will close. Quot it sounds corny Quot says Wilmington playhouse technical director Lance Crocker 22, of Portland Maine Quot but i believe very definitely that the cats action predicts the theater a future. Twice in be watched a cat walk where he was supposed to. Both Heaters prospered. Once when the cat did t make it the theater went Crocker who obtained the playhouse Mascot Quot from a lady in Brattleboro who keeps about 150 cats in a barn Quot said he a Quot sure Quot that Gus a 10-week-old Raggedy looking Tiger Kitten will perform Well. Quot he a got the same curiosity that actors have Quot says Crocker. Quot hell want to see what s on the other Side of the Gus named for . Elliott a Quot Gus the theater cat Quot has from i to 8 30 . Today to take his walk. At 8 30 . The curtain goes up on Thornton Wilder a Quot our the new Way to Home heating Comfort away Petroleum corp. Max Perrotta mgr. Dial 2-6800 Semi annual clearance Sale a were up to $16 now to were up to $15 now 9 life stride Flats sandals were up to $11. Were to $ 10.50 now $7 now $3 amp $5 4 18 main St. Shoes dial 2-0012 strange painting and sculpture by new Forest witches of England will also be shown. The program will according to the playbill feature the following special guests Russell Fluharty americans Quot greatest hammered dulcimer player Quot Paul Cadwell Quot world s greatest player Quot classical five string Banjo Canterbury country orchestra and new England country dancers with Dudley Laufman Lead Beaumont or Indermark pipers from the Only accredited piping College in America located near the Beers Home in Petersburg Sybil Leek the 44good Witch Quot of England and professor Fred Simmons Fortune Teller. More familiar locally the Hoosick hot spots from Hoosick will perform before the opening of performances with their Lively and informal repertoire. $1,000 verdict in motor vehicle mishap injuring Shaftsbury girl Manchester a a Benning. Ton county court jury Here reached a $1,000 verdict for the plaintiff last thursday in a Case involving striking and injuring of a Shaftsbury girl by a motor vehicle. Betty Jean Mattison of Shaftsbury according testimony was struck and injured by an automobile driven by Verder Oxel Well the defendant of Shaftsbury near her Home on Cleve land Avenue in february 1964. According to county clerk George h. Plumb there were no witnesses to the actual Impact of the Elwell car with miss Mattison who was two and a half at the time of the mishap. The plaintiffs Case was brought by her parents or. And mrs. David Mattison of Shaftsbury. Attorney for the plaintiff was Manfred Ehrich of Bennington. Shaftsbury chamber music fran Stacy 442-6524 or. And mrs. Bernard Mccarthy left saturday for new York City where they will attend the International Lions convention at the hotel Commodore. Prior to the convention District governor elect Mccarthy attended incoming District governors school. The Mccarthy were joined wednesday by or. And mrs. Cyril Bluto of North Bennington. Blu to is Vermont Cabinet Secretary treasurer of Lions clubs. Both men Are members of the nor Shaft Lions club. Connaway painting wins Gold medal Chester a Jay Connaway . Of Pawlet won a Gold medal for his Oil painting a Seascape a at the fifth annual summer Art exhibit at the grist Mill Here. The show opened saturday. Concerts set Williamstown mass. A two chamber music performances under the direction of Julius Hegyi will be Given monday july la and monday july 18 at Williams College. Both concerts will be free and open to the Public. Performers will be Hegyi violin his wife Charlotte piano and John Sant ambrogio cello. Hegyi former conductor of the Chattanooga symphony is visiting lecturer in music at Williams and conductor of the Berkshire symphony orchestra. His wife is a concert pianist. Sant ambrogio has been a member of the Boston symphony orchestra since 1959. The first chamber concert will include music of Kodaly Beethoven Webern and Piston. The second will have works by Schiff Man Beethoven Honegger and Bartok. Tile performances will be in Jesup Hall. Shake hands with i s. M i n menthol 2 0 filter cigarettes Lucky strike Green. The Fine tobacco cigarette with menthol. Product of it tue to it or am i 4 /

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