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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - June 5, 1965, Bennington, Vermont 2-Benninflton Banner saturday june 5, 1965 a ii cd Rater Appeal i1 Rod Iii re i Iii Lilied Manchester a persons wishing to make an Appeal on their property assessments following this week s grievance meetings with town listers must notify the town clerk in writing no later than june 9. Included in the letter should be a Brief reason for the Appeal. The town clerk will Call a Board of civil authority meeting no later than june 12 of requests for appeals Are received by her. G Oak anti Oddmunn Bane for Tho Pentecost Celebration for jews starts tonight Pentecost or the feast of weeks will be celebrated by jews throughout the world for two Days beginning tonight. Special Holiday services will be held at Temple Beth Elt Ltd night at 8 30 on sunday june 6f at 9 . And 8 . And on monday june 7, at 8 . Pentecost has manifold Rea a s it it it a it it it it it j it it it b it it a it it girl graduate wive a Lane Cedar Chest from i Haynes i amp Kane i inc. I s 434 mom St phone 77133 8 8 North Bennington Rood Bennington Vermont Pott. Quot Day finast Barie pears halves 16 of. Can 5 for 0 0 boys shirts Broadcloth Short sleeves 27 714 .59 up $1.98 0 cd Drysdale free parking armory lot next door .0 0 summer summer Robes Adams clothes shop Quot shoes too Quot free parking in rear of store there s a lot of wms to Cook a Goose dont let in prices Coon Tours shop Oneida East main Bennington it sets for its Observance according to rabbi Meyer Minkowich of Temple Beth Al. In hebrew it is known As shavuot week the name being taken from the fact that in accordance with the biblical injunction it depended on counting seven weeks or 50 Days As the greek name Pentecost indicates Between passover and this feast. It was originally an agricultural festival marking the wheat Harvest and for this reason it became customary on Pentecost to have in synagogues and Homes Flowers bedeck the pulpit and table As a Symbol of the Harvest season. It was also called feast of the first fruit As on this Day the jews carried an offering of the first fruits to the Temple in Jerusalem. Another reason however for the Observance of shavuot which makes it most significant not Only for the jewish people but also for the entire civilized world is that this Day is the traditional anniversary of the giving of the ten commandments on it. Sinai. After the israelite left Egypt and had wandered for nearly two months in the desert Moses ascended mount Sinai and brought Down the Stone tablets engraved with the divine commandments which proved to be the most perfect moral code the world had Ever known and remained to our own Days As the guiding Laws for the regulation of human life. Shavuot is thus the culmination of the passover Holiday. The two historic events the exodus from Egypt and the revelation at Sinai which occurred within 50 Days of each other and shaped the destiny of the jewish people Are related to each other not Only in time but in essence. If there had been no subsequent giving of the decalogue the exodus from Egypt would not have been considered of great historical importance. The Freedom the israelite had gained on passover would have been meaningless if it were not fashioned and guarded by the divine Law which they received on shavuot. Indeed the counting of the Days intervening Between passover and Pentecost As commanded in the Bible is symbolic of the link Between the exodus and the revelation. This link is of special significance for our own time when human Freedom is so dangerously exposed to the clutches of slavery. The lesson then which shavuot As the Day of the giving of the Law should teach us is that the Only Way for Man to preserve his Freedom is by submitting himself to the guidance of the divine Law rabbi Minkowich concludes. Hagerman Ren Mont retirees mrs. Alice Congdon of 109 Oakes St., second from right has a Corsage pinned on her at a party marking her retirement from Ren Mont papers after 22 years there. Doing the pinning is mrs. Helene Rousseau of Bennington. At left Are mrs. Congdon s two daughters mrs. Eugene Smith of Salem ., left and mrs. John Godek of Bennington she also received a watch at the dinner thursday night at the knotty Pine restaurant attended by some 25 friends and fellow employees. Bandit slays Cashiers Bank chief in Nebraska big Springs neb. Up a a tall deadly Bandit killed a Bank president and two Cashiers and gunned Down a fourth victim Friday in a Holdup of the Farmers state Bank in this cattle country Hamlet. The victims were identified As Andy Kjeldgaard Between 70 and 75, the Bank president stale colleges continued from Page i urn but Small enough to avoid wasteful the chairman of the House appropriations committee said Friday he is not at All sure $1 million in general fund surplus should be earmarked for state College construction. Rep. Richard Mallary a Fairlee said he is More inclined to set the Money aside for payment of bonded indebtedness rather than to embark on new construction projects. Gov. Philip Hoff earlier Friday asked Mallary to give serious consideration to using $1 million of an estimated $2.4 million surplus for expansion of Johnson and Castleton state colleges to Complete campuses for 750 students. Mallary a former member of the Board of state colleges said he believed the $3.5 million budgeted to the colleges for capital construction Over the next biennium May be enough. But he added that he would do everything in his Power to meet Hoff s demand that the surplus go into capital projects rather than As payments for recurring expenses. Hoff wants the rest of the surplus set aside for regional vocational High school construction. Mormon Leader speaker at Parley Cambridge mass. A or. Boyd k. Packer assistant to the Council of twelve apostles of the Church of Jesus Christ of latter Day saints mormon will be the featured speaker at the new England mormon youth conference on july 23-25, at the Amherst Campus of the University of Massachusetts. According to conference chairman John a Wendel of Amherst approximately 1,000 youths from the six new England states and maritime provinces of Canada Are expected to attend the conference which will also feature a speech and music festival dance festival sporting events awards banquet and sunday religious services. In addition to elder Packer or. Truman g. Madsen president of the new England Mission of the Church of Jesus Christ of latter Day saints will be attending the event. A special music attraction will be the performance of the popular �?o3d�?Ts.&Quot Sourdiffe mansion Superb dining. Elegant surroundings open noon to to . Fri., sat. Amp Sun. And holidays other times by reservations Telephone 518-677-2766 Cambridge Memo Start saving today a anticipated o annual rate Semi annually �4��ivin too it Bennington Coop savings and loan association 116% South St. Bennington it. Glen Hendrickson about 60 and mrs. Lois Ann Hothan about 35. Or. John Hausau of Chappell neb., was shot in the Back and was rushed to a Denver colo., Hospital for surgery. A massive air and ground search was launched across the Western Nebraska Panhandle country and into neighbouring Colorado and Wyoming. Officials of the Only Bank in this Prairie Village of 550 persons did not reveal How much Money if any was taken in the Holdup. The killer operated in the bloody tradition of John Dillin Ger and baby face Nelson. Witnesses described him As tall and wearing a Crew haircut. He entered the Bank at 10 40 . Most. 1 40 . Edt. Deputies said witnesses told them some Money was taken from a Cash drawer but that that the Bank s vault was not entered. The Man apparently fled in confusion. His getaway car was described As a 1965 Model Chevrolet with no License plates. The Nebraska state safety patrol said a was far As we know Quot the Bandit operated alone. The Deuel county sheriffs office said however that two men might have been involved. The safety patrol directed All troopers into the area to join in the manhunt. It also dispatched air planes to the Region. Roadblocks were set up throughout the area and in Colorado. The Colorado state line is located Only five Miles South of big Springs. Merrill plenty of work Here for offenders Montpelier up a state forests and Parks commissioner Perry Merrill said Friday there would be plenty of work for Youthful offenders on Camp Type correctional programs. Merrill said that if offenders were housed at 27 abandoned Federal buildings in East Haven formerly used for the radar base now deactivated there would be work for Small Crews in Willoughby state Forest Darling state Park and Victory state Forest. Merrill said offenders working in the Parks could replace some of the 400 Canadian workmen imported each year to Cut pulp Wood for several paper companies. Opponents of a new medium Security prison being planned for Windsor have plugged for Camp Type work programs saying the abandoned buildings at East Haven and a soon to be abandoned building near Lyndon now being used As a dormitory by Lyndon state College would be perfect for such a rehabilitation Center. Poet Gene Bam to be speaker at the College Gene Baro a poet critic and former faculty member will be Bennington College s commencement speaker this year during traditional Friday night ceremonies on june 18. Baro on the Bennington faculty from 1958 to 1962, will speak under the marquee on commons Lawn at 8 30 ., following a senior concert in the Carriage barn at 4. The conferring of degrees will take place at to . Saturday june 19 in the barn quadrangle followed by an informal reception for the graduates and their guests. In Case of rain the degrees Are conferred and reception held under the marquee on commons Lawn. Baro is a graduate of the University of Florida where he taught from 1948 to 1950. He was on the advisory Board of the creative film foundation and made bbl broadcasts on american subjects. The author of several books he has also been a Book reviewer for the new York Herald Tribune. Since leaving Bennington Baro has been the London correspondent for arts Magazine and has done free Lance writing poetry and criticism mostly for British publications. Astronauts continued from Page i ing the blazing re entry trip through the atmosphere. White and Mcdivitt who began their second Day in space at 11 15 . Edt were having a few minor problems Friday including litter within the capsule. This was the result of the Hatch difficulty. According to the flight plan the Hatch was to have been reopened after Whites return in order to Jettison some of the used up equipment. After encountering the closing problem however the astronauts elected to keep the Hatch shut. In contrast to thursdays excitement including the futile attempt at rendezvous and White s stroll across the skies of the Southeastern United states Friday s endless round and round was routine. As part of Friday s pattern the astronauts took photographs of the Earth s a climb Quot a the Blue and red band of brightness. These will be used to help scientists determine where the bands can be located and used to plot routes Back Home for returning Moon explorers. Deadline today for a Amli dates to school Board tonight at 6 is the deadline by which any prospective candidates for various posts in the Bennington graded school District must file with the districts clerk Robert Hayes of 5 Hamlen ave. Elections for the offices to be filled will take place at the districts annual meeting june 29. Hayes reported Friday that to Date no contests have developed for any of the posts though All incumbents have indicated they will seek re election. Three of the districts seven trustees whose terms expire this year Are All seeking re election. They Are Franklin a. Riley of 250 main St., the Board s president John p. Riddle of 810 Gage St. And Richard Sleeman of school Street. Other offices to be filled and their incumbents Are Moderator Stephen h. Gilman of Crescent Boulevard collector of taxes Julia k. Nash of 303 weeks St. Treasurer Michael j. Hogan or. Of 236 Grandview St. Auditors Richard d. Long of 109 Stark St., Donald j. Cone of 108 county St. And John e. Malone of 702 main St. And clerk Hayes. Eli ii Reb notes first Baptist Church the Rev. H. Glenn Payne will preach at 8 30 and la . Services of morning worship using the Sermon a your changing image of the lords supper will be observed at both graduation gifts for your selection jewelry clothing appliances Fienberg a 447 main St. Bennington it. Services. Music will be under the direction of Paul Williams. Mrs. Paul Williams will be at the Organ. Church school classes will meet at 9 30 . The Nursery will be open during the la . Service for the care of preschool children. Wednesday a 7 30 . A Board of Christian education at the Church. Saturday a 1 30 . A children a Day program rehearsal at the Church. First Church of god North Bennington Road at Hicks Avenue the Rev. W. Earle Forman pastor at the to . Service on sunday the Rev. W. Earle Forman will preach on the subject a truth or the Sermon will seek to emphasize some of the truths of new testament christianity which have become clouded by tradition. Following the morning worship the Church school will meet with classes for All Ages. At 3 . There will be worship services at the Sourdiffe nursing Home and at 3 45 at the Mon toe nursing Home. Mid week prayer meeting will be held at the Church on thursday evening at 7 30. St. Joseph College graduation is sunday forty one members of the class of 1965 will receive associate degrees in business administration and secretarial science this sunday june 6. The exercises will take place in the College auditorium at 3 . The graduates Are Vermont Arlington a Sandra Andrews Sally Bahan Harry Pickering Carl Benjamin Pownal a Bonnie Barber. Bennington a Barbara Carey Patricia Dockum Ronald Perrott Linda Suzanne Ouhl Ruth Elizabeth Stockman Victor Lampron James Gunter Patricia ship Pey. Dorset a Carl Baldwin. Rutland a Martin Mccue. North Bennington a Elaine Donovan Bonnie Perkins Carole Hayes. Shaftsbury a Robert Niles Donna Peters Faye Lebarron. Massachusetts Adams a Shirley Wasilewski Sandra Chittenden. North Adams a Robert Lebert Georgia Button Paul Partenope Mary Vareschi Donald Whitney. Webster Kathleen Kelly. New York Glens Falls a David Bartholomew and Jeff atomic p pious in i outlined Here plans by the Central Vermont Public service corp. To construct an atomic Power Plant in Vermont were aired by an official of the Rutland Utility to members of the Bennington rotary club Friday. Darrow Mcleod an Engineer with cd pc explained the atomic Power project and said that while no definite site for construction of the Plant had been made yet it was hoped that the Plant would be in full operation by 1969. He held out the possibility that use of atomic Power electrical generation in Vermont might result in lower electric rates for Consumers. He said the Utility now pays 8.3 Mills per kilowatt hour from St. Lawrence and Niagara project Power sources and is anticipating that electricity can be generated from atomic Power in Vermont at a Cost of five to six Mills per kilowatt hour. A film a a is for atom Quot produced by the general electric co., explained the atom and the Way electricity is produced from atomic Power. There a More to see on Cable to better to inc. 317 mom St. Tai. 2-9395 Bartholomew. Hoosick Falls a eve Burns Beverly begin Ronald Galvagni Paulette Rivard. North Hoosick a Dawn Harrington. Greenwich Albert Baratto. Cambridge a Constance Rubi no. Coxsackie a Lynn Marra. Connecticut Norwalk a Helen Jerusavage Mary Susan Jerusavage. The Rev. Edward Hoffman c. S.c., Superior and Novice master at the holy Cross novitiate Bennington will be commencement speaker. The invocation and Blessing will be Given by the it. Rev. Msgr. Francis b. Flanagan pastor of St. Francis de sales Parish and a member of the College associate Board of trustees. John f. Lonergan chairman of the associate Board of trustees will present the degrees. Bennington briefs greater Bennington school directors Are expected to recommend a tax rate for the next fiscal year when they Convene for their monthly meeting monday at 4 . At the Molly Stark school. Girl Seoul equipment convenient parking Boneless round roast a. 99< Lamb legs in. 75 stewing beef a. 79/ walkers food Market yes our famous Citronella Lawn lights Are now ready sit out on the Lawn a bugs. Picnic a bugs. Cook out bugs. Swat slap and scratch. Phooey. We be got the big Citronella Lawn Light to help control these pests. A full Pound of Wax in a Metal Burner with prongs to stick in the ground. Complete for Only $1.25. Since they Burn about 30 hours this comes to about 4$ an hour for each Bug Chaser. Here is the thing to remember about these a and we put double strength Citronella Oil into every one. These done to kill anything. They just Chase them out o f your Yard. Rachel Carson would have applauded them. Last year we sold thousands of these and we be got them again this year. Poor bugs. Fife Candle Mill East Arlington Vermont hours weekdays 9 to 5 sundays i to 5 a dance is being sponsored tonight from 8 toll at Bennington High school by the freshman class. Miss Judith Demayo of the faculty has made arrangements. Iron Kettle weekend special baked Virginia Ham with pineapple slices. Complete dinner $1.65. Adv. June 5 players born after sept. I 1946 interested in playing american legion baseball meet at alumni Field saturday at 2 . Adv. June 5 Brownie and it

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