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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - July 30, 1966, Bennington, Vermont Opens monday a the a great Dane a Victor Borge left will appear aug. 1-7 at Eddie riches Colonie summer theatre in Latham with Leonid hambr6, new York philharmonic pianist and Claire Wombert and Michel Bruel of the French Ballet making their american debut. A resident of Greenwich conn., the comedian pianist was knighted by King Frederick in of Denmark in 1957. His show at Colonie begins at 8 40, except saturday 5 15 and 9 15 and sunday aug. 7, at 8. The Mountain t owns Carlo Wolter to 4-3993 Porter Farwell presided Over 17 members of the Wilmington Lions club at a meeting wednesday night at Long Jim inn. Guest speaker Austin j. Macarthur a new Jersey elementary school principal and state basketball official spoke. Manchester dogs w Iii Manchester a two local Kennel owners took prizes in a recently completed new England dog show circuit in Stowe Burlington Woodstock and Guilford . Two yellow labradors owned by mrs. Dorothy Howe of East Manchester took prizes at All four shows. Rupert Gle Narvey barrister took Best of winners in Woodstock Guilford and Burlington. Mrs. Howe a Champion Rupert John Glenn took Best of opposite sex in Woodstock and Burlington. Mrs. Howe specializes in yellow Labrador retrievers and owned the second Labrador Champion in the country. Mrs. Louis Nicklaw who raises bassets took three Best of winners prizes and one winners dog at the Guilford show. The dog Batten kill Ace in the Hole was also voted Best of Breed at the Woodstock and Guilford shows. Mrs. Nicklaw a Champion Batten kill brass Echo was the top winning Basset Bitch in the country in 1964 and 1965. It was announced that last saturday s auction netted about $850. The meeting is aug. To at the Long Jim. American legion ladies auxiliary of Wilmington will meet aug. 9, 8 . At the legion Hall. The West Dover ladies Ald society is sponsoring their annual Calico supper featuring Ham my Turkey at the town Hall Dover common aug. 4 from 6 to 7 30 . Bazaar planned the women a association of the Wilmington congregational Church met in the vestry wednesday afternoon when dessert was served by mrs. Charles Severy hostess assisted by mrs. Nye Johnson. Mrs. Wayne Timmerman presided Over the nine members present and mrs. Harry filler led devotions. The following committees were named to help at the annual summer Bazaar aug. 4 and 5, starting at 1 30 . At the Church vestry Flowers mrs. Lewis Stone mrs. James Christoffer sen mrs. . Allen Home cooked foods mrs. James Brown mrs. Russell Hanson mrs. Howard Hosmer mrs. . Lackey mrs. Evelyn Keefe Home made Candy and grabs for children mrs. . Willard or. And mrs. Leonard Johnson handcrafts and gifts new and nearly new mrs. Horace Ware mrs. . Haslund mrs. C. Nye Johnson mrs. . Hall Christmas gifts mrs. Timmerman and mrs. Clara la Terre Kitchen asses sories miss old or new your Home can have clean compact convenient a electro Mode modern electric heat you can eliminate the Gamble Well guarantee your electric heat operating Cost for Complete heating satisfaction Quot Deal with the dealer Quot who guarantees your electric heat operating Cost. No insulation participating electric heat healers Griffin electric co., inc. Main St., Bennington Benjamin w. Hulett Shaftsbury a. Carneau East Arlington 447-7733 375-2527 375-2861 insulation applicator Thurlow sales amp service Wallingford it. I Al. 446-2081 Williamstown chooses the subject was roses9 Bennington Banner saturday july 30, 1966-7 Williamstown mass. A a the subject was roses is the title of the play Nikos peach Tropoulos executive director of the Williamstown theatre has chosen for the sixth production of the summer. It will be presented aug. 9-13, under the direction of Tom Brennan the theater a associate director who also has directed a Marat Sade and a incident at Vichy a this year. Frank d. Gilroy Wona pulitzer prize for this play which considers the problems of readjustment that a i faces when he returns. The play has three members in the cast or. And mrs. Cleary and their son who has returned from military service. Goldie Bickford aprons miss Bertha Johnson mrs. Leo Berry mrs. Carl Howe. Tea tables will be attended by mrs. Severy mrs. Guy Hawkins and mrs. Harry Hershey. Mrs. Henry Peck and mrs. Ralph Howe or. Will act As receptionists. Committee members Are asked to meet at the vestry aug. 3, i . To arrange tables and Booths for the Sale. Manchester Chet Rin till Eiser porn your wit or its is principal Donald r. Shanks of the Manchester elementary school is among 25 principals attending an eight week summer Institute on Reading at Rhode Island College in Providence. Art Center trip mrs. Virginia Newhall supervisor of Art in the Springfield schools brought 21 Junior High school pupils to the Southern Vermont Art Center thursday for an on the spot look at original works of Art. The pupils members of project i a an educational program similar to the head Start program for younger children Are studying with mrs. Newhall this summer at the children swing of the Fletcher Library in Ludlow. The pupils Are from Windsor Wallingford East Wallingford it. Holley As Well As Ludlow. Marlboro plans i Anoil concert program Marlboro a the Marlboro music festival will present a widely varied program on this fifth concert weekend clog its seven week season. On saturday at 8 30 ., the serenade opus 24 by Arnold Schoenberg whose works Are being featured by the festival this summer will be performed by Harold Wright clarinet Donald Stewart Bass clarinet Stanley Silverman guitar Jacob Glick mandolin Jaime Laredo violin Samuel Rhodes Viola Madeline Foley cello and Thomas Paul Basso. The ensemble will be conducted by the noted America composer Leon Kirchner. Also to be heard willbe Raquel Adonailo Soprano Susan Morris flautist Bonnie Hampton cellist and Luis Batlle pianist in the Seldom performed Handel cantata a Nell Dolce Dell Olio a and Mozart s quintet in g minor k. 516 with violinists Max Rabinovitsj and Takaok Sugitani violist Boris Kroyt and Maxine Johnson and cellist Russell Smith. Sundays 3 . Concert will include the Brahms sextet in a Flat major opus 18 with Jaime Laredo and Oswald Lehnert violins Samuel Rhodes and Philipp Naegele violas and Madeline Foley and Bonnie Hampton cellos and Schumann a Quarter in a Flat major opus 47 will be performed by Anton Kuerti piano Sergiu Luca violin Boris Kroyt Viola and Bonnie Hampton cello. The Marlboro festival will present concerts each saturday and sunday through aug. 14, with a special performance aug. 12 at 8 30 . The aug. 13 and 14 concerts Are sold out How Haung nights-7 45 Pia racing rain or Shine daily double twin double cd perfect Ween mum u s 7, Pownal Vermont a the subject was roses Frank d. Gilroy a Story of the readjustment problems a i faces when he returns Home will be presented by the Williamstown theatre aug. 9-13, under the direction of Tom Brennan associate director. The three roles will have David Ackroyd As the son Tony Capodilupo As the father and Margaret Barker the Mother. The play will be offered at 8 40 tuesday through Friday and 5 and 9 . Saturday. Population expansion Boom seen in Windham county Wilmington a Reinhold w. Thieme commissioner of the Vermont water resources department told a Public meeting of the Windham regional planing commission Here tuesday that a research firm has told the army corps of engineers Windham county has the greatest expectation of population and development expansion in the foreseeable future in All of Vermont. Thieme who spoke on Windham county Stream pollution said the next years work in Vermont on sewage treatment facilities will equal the efforts momentarily of All prior efforts in the state. He gave the states plan for Stream pollution control and cited a recent shift to general Public awareness that control is needed. The commissioner however had Little to say on Federal funds that can be used in sewage treatment facilities and Little to say too on what sewage treatment Steps have been taken in Windham county to Date. The commission was told its executive committee is writing gov. Hoff that it wants Railroad passenger service in the connect Peru Alice Dibble 824-5407 a Day at the Shelburne museum was spent tuesday by mrs. James Mills and daughter Frances of Londonderry and upper Montclair n.j., mrs. Raymond Harris of Landgrove and mrs. T. R. Dibble and children of Peru. The annual Donkey Ball game behind Adams Market in Londonderry will take place aug. To and will include nine players from Peru who will replace Weston a fire department team of past years to play with Londonderry firemen. An evening event the game will be followed by a Street Square dance. Picut River Valley retained and that the commission wants to be in on any future studies of How to retain the service threatened by an inc ruling that the Boston amp Maine Railroad May discontinue service. The executive committee also has decided to air publicity the Issue of a Small Airport in Windham county and to communicate with All parties in a study to be run by state aeronautics commissioner Edward f. Knapp. Hoosick Falls Edith Beaumont 686-9103 members of troop 64, Bra will leave sunday for their one week stay at the Modican Council Camp Wak nominee West fort Ann. The troop will arrive in Camp by 2 . Aside from regular activities a parents night will be held aug. 3, and the Board of review will be conducted Friday evening aug. 5. Participating in the annual event will be William Rasch Charles Frazier Kevin Cullen James Thurber John Yavaniski Anthony Kovage Daniel de Lurey Thomas Levandowski Luke Fleming Bernard Zilins Kas James Rogers Ernest mar Cox Carl Coon Robert Fitzpatrick and Paul Delurey. All activities of patrols will be directed by James Monahan Peter Sennett and Richard War Musky while the troop will be under the direction of Dennis Shaw senior patrol Leader and Raymond Wrublesky assistant senior patrol Leader. John Sennett will conduct the campfire programs. Richard a. Severson scoutmaster will accompany the troop assisted by William Thurber Junior assistant scoutmaster who will be in charge of the advancement program. Air conditioned dining room 9 Miles f rom Bennington giants known for values 210 North Bennington re. Bennington Vermont now. Up to 2 years to pay r All purchases no Money Down East Arlin ton Sunderland 1 a the action covers a two Day period. The Broadway show two years ago had Jack Albertson As the father Irene Dailey As the Mother and Martin Sheen As the son. Santo Loquasto will design the set Rita Bottom Ley will do the costumes and Peter Hunt will Light the show. Performances will be Given tuesday through Friday nights at 8 40 and saturday at 5 and 9 . Tickets Are available at England Brothers in Pittsfield Smith studio in Adams Peebles jewel shop in North Adams the John Mistletoe bookshop in Albany the Bennington bookshop and the Adams memorial theatre Box office. Amelia Lawrence a 375-2580 Robert Truman Martin son of mrs. Gladys Martin Wiswell of East Arlington was appointed to the Harvard corporation july i. Martin graduated from Arlington memorial High school class of 1934, and has been on the Harvard University administrative staff since 1944, As manager of the Adams House food service. In 1950 he was appointed food service director of the Marine biological Laboratory Woods Hole mass., where he spends his Summers. Martin has Many friends in Arlington and Bennington having spent Many years As Bell boy at the Walloon Sac inn in old Bennington and As waiter at the hotel Putnam. Martin is a member of food service executives association inc. And is mentioned in a a who a who in the food North Bennington Elizabeth Dwyer 442-4519 mrs. Bradford Klock has returned to her Home in Carmel . After a visit Here at the Home of her aunt mrs. George Young of Houghton Street. 823-7716 summer school open House was Well attended thursday night at Molly Stark school when the Public had the Opportunity to enjoy movies poetry recitals Miracle plays and View exhibitions of work accomplished by Young people who have been studying various courses under thee cd program sponsored by the Ford foundation. Participating from Pownal Center school was the a discovery through a Microscope class which has been taught by George h. Daley and Samuel Carrara. 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