Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Jul 21 1965, Page 9

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - July 21, 1965, Bennington, Vermont Bennington Banner wednesday july 21, 19h5-9 super duper Ings Here \ markets Rump roast la. 880 id Steak la. 980 Obe Steak la. 980 Rice luncheon meat 3 a amp $1.69 depot Street Bennington . Choice a heavy steer beef tender full Cut round Steak Hen special Coupon for utensil is on each Rath b a Bacon package o o a c 4 Nylon utensils Only Solfio a 2 of value with the Purchase of Rath Black Hawk Bacon buy by the piece and save cold cuts Mac. Amp cheese Plain Salami luncheon loaf Bologna Pickle Pimento we Reserve the right to limit quantities Susey s it drinks of gallon it red amp White a Frozen . Green pers red amp White full quart Mayonnaise red it White 160z. Cans French seasoned Green Beans for All popular flavors 3 of. Pkg. Jello pkg. For our value potato chips full i la. Pkg. 7 farms 28 of. Tomatoes of pkg. Loos cans for John f. Nolan sr., to of White Creek recently retired democratic committeeman for Washington county and chairman of the White Creek town f Ommittee chats with Justice John d. Briggs of Cambridge a Turda night at a dinner honouring Nolan at the hotel Cambridge Nolan has been Active in for in yearn. Speaker at the dinner was sen. I. Warren i ravers. Hates tails Justice hears urinal of traffic Lases it Crux cd cml Hoosick Falls Fie violations were the reas for most of the cases heard of the weekend by Justice of the and peace Thomas g. Restino Here the on thursday night Edward i Espro Barron of Lebarron a Friendly tavern Potter Hill appeared their fit before the court on a charge serving alcoholic beverages t minor. The charge was Dos Rel f de when a witness for the state it a refused to testify. Atty. William or Ivimey represented i Barron trooper t. J. Of Donnell of state police conducted the . On. Hide violations and vere As follows Elva f Brenenstul of Petersburg and i Edward Yankus of Hoosic plead de guilty to a charge of falling to Keer right and were fined $5. H will Maili it Shaftsbury Shaftsbury a the Shaftsbury school Board has announced receipt of a Cheek in the amount of $500 from or. And mrs. Thomas w. Hall to. For use by the Board in establishing a new kindergarten in the elementary school Here. In making the gift Hall said a because of my wife a and my interest in education and especially education in Shaftsbury this Check for $500 is Given to the Shaftsbury school director to use in the Hest Way they see fit to help promote and to def Lithe expenses of the embryo Shaftsbury elementary school the directors have expressed appreciation for the contribution and at their next meeting will decide in what or m it is most needed. Marl Horn Oll mar no in physics Grant Marlboro Marlboro College has received a $10,060 institutional Grant for science free the National science foundation. The Grant will be used for equipment to support the teaching in physics and astrophysics of or. John w. Macarthur senior be Low in physics at the College since 1948. Institutional Grants for science match research Grants made to a College within a specified period. In this instance the research Grant was made a year ago to or. Kenneth Crowell fellow in biology at Marlboro who is working on a species interaction and habitat selection in insular faunas at the College and on islands in Maine. A similar institutional Grant was received by the College t 1 o years ago to support the teaching in chemistry of or. Robert Hawthorne fellow in chemistry. Marlboro is a Small Liberal arts College Best known for its chamber music but it places equal stress on the natural science. A i nit. Horse Cululi x Isis farm Shaftsbury at a meeting last wednesday of the Bald it. 4-h horse club held at the Fred Bishop farm in West Shaftsbury Gall Bishop demonstrated teaching a Colt to Lead. A tour around the horse barn followed to see the ponies and horses and the Host showed the group two arabian stallions. A committee of three members Diane Sherwin Diane Grout and Deborah Mattison will he responsible for representing the club at the Field Day at car p Onawa. A measured 35-mile Trail ride so that members could qualify their horses for the Trail class at the National Morgan show was held saturday and sunday with the ride on the 18th being judged As one of the four required Trail rides for the club. Only three members participated in this Evans with mrs. Irene Chahanovich of Andrews , As chaperone and judge for the weekend ride. Saturday s lunch Stop was at the Richard Mattison farm and the sunday lunch Stop was at Tom Hall s farm on the holy smoke Road Shaftsbury. The August meeting will be at Ralph Sherwin s Home in Arlington. A Valentim Hoosick Falls pleaded guilty to a charge of having no tall Board on a truck and was fined $5. Leon Bourn of Bennington was fined $5 after pleading guilty to a charge of having an inadequate Muffler on his vehicle. Yvon Matte of North Adams was fined $5 after pleading guilty to passing a Stop sign. A charge of operating an unregistered motor vehicle brought against William f. Slade of Bennington was dismissed when he showed proof of registration. David Gilson of Norwich ., was fined $5 after pleading guilty to a charge of Speed that was not reasonable and prudent and William d. Heuson of Hoosick Falls was fined $5 after pleading guilty to a charge of being an unlicensed operator. Two Troy Drivers were fined $5 following a charge of passing in a a no passing zone. They were Louis Wagner and Frank sea la. Fined on the same charge was Ivan Tarabas of Buffalo. Gordon Weatherwax of Hoosick Falls pleaded guilty Tea charge of operating an unregistered motor vehicle and was fined $10. Oui la i Ohi i inc list in i o in Hor Iii Williamstown mass. A an event of unusual musical interest will take place when the summer youth four orchestra which is in residence at the University of Conn., will play a concert at Chapin Hall Williams College july 28 at 8 30. The 75-member orchestra a which is made up of students from the leading conservatories and colleges in the nation a is being sponsored by the dept of music Williams College with All proceeds going to the new Berkshire Community youth symphony that will begin operations in the fall and is now accepting applications for membership. The program will include Mozart a overture to a the marriage of Figaro a Brahms symphony no. 2, Roy Harris third symphony and a Capriccio ass Page Nola by Rimsky Korsakov. The concert will be conducted by or. Tack Heller a member of the University of Conn. Faculty and conductor of the University orchestra. Tickets at $1 tax deductible will be sold at the door and Are now available at Harts drug store Williamstown Peebles jewel shop North Adams Sammy Vincent a in Pittsfield and the Bennington bookshop. All profits will go to the Berkshire Community youth symphony. Mon ii la i ii i of ii s Carlo Wolter to 4-3993 or. And mrs. Howard Walling of Haslet . Spent the weekend at their summer Cabin in Sears Burg or. And mrs. Thorleif Anderson of , Anderson landscape campany of Gardiner Were weekend guests at the Home of or. And mrs. Anders Olsen of Searsburg. Anderson is the prime contractor for landscaping at the worlds fair according to him the Garden of meditation is his favorite spot. Here he says a visitor can get away from the Glamour and Bustle of the main promenades and renew his spirits. Other landscaping projects handled by Anderson were the Jefferson memorial Washington . Grounds of the new Wing on the White House award winning landscaping of in my a Thomas Watson research Center Yorktown Heights \

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