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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - June 10, 1963, Bennington, Vermont 10-Bennington Banner monday june to 1963 student Council president William Hayes of North Bennington spoke last night at Bennington Catholic High school s mass night program for the senior class. Hayes was awarded a $ i Hoo scholarship to Providence . College. Staff photos Buckler congratulating each other after Bennington Catholic High school s class night last night Are Jane Dailey of 120 Grandview St., left class valedictorian and Jane Leahey of North Adams mass., salutatorian. The girls Are wearing Golden Honor cords they received in recognition of their High academic standing. Chs seniors express thanks for school Aid receive scholarship athletic service awards by Warren by Kler Bennington Catholic High schools 08 seniors bid their Alma mater a formal but fond Farewell during their class night program last night the last official meeting of the class of 1963 before graduation ceremonies at 8 . Tuesday evening. Class officers and top ranking students summed up the four years the class had spent at the school and explained Why they thought their education would stand them in Good Stead in the future. The Rev. Donald Whipple English teacher at the school presented awards and honors to the seniors for achievements in the classroom and on the athletic Field. Master of ceremonies was the Rev. Vincent Spinelli school principal. Speaking on behalf of their Black gowned classmates valedictorian Jane Dailey and Salu area youths continued from Page 3, son of mrs. Isabelle Sherwin b. A. West Rupert a William h. Lewis son of or. And mrs. Charles Lewis . Lewis j. Sherman son of or. And mrs. Charles Sherman . In agriculture. Among Windham county graduates Jamaica a Alan Hefflon son of or. And mrs. Otis Hefflon . In electrical engineering. Londonderry a James a. Ame Den son of or. And mrs. Eugene Ameden . In agriculture Robert w. Hazelton son of or. And mrs. Everett Hazelton . In agriculture. Wilmington a Richard a. Ray to son of or. And mrs. Richard p. Raymo . Extra Bonus double world Green wednesday and saturday 736 main Street Firestone fathers Day special with this Coupon a of seat belts a manufactured to exceed All Sak Cha and Highway patrol ape i heat ions a two Inch wide 10o a i pure Colo fast Nylon webbing a heavy duty Metal to Metal Quick action buckles a fit any car a Tough Metal mounting Brae sets 4 95 each plus installation easy payday terms Economy Auto stores 530 main St. Bennington it. Tatorian Jane Leahey expressed gratitude to the school for the contribution it had made to their lives. Jane Dailey with miss Leahey one of two students in the class to receive awards for attaining highest honors in academic work told her classmates that their Catholic education would help them Cope with whatever problems they would meet in life. Quot we All have different goals a miss Dailey said Quot but we should All have one in common the salvation of our souls. Our Catholic education should have taught us a Catholic education would not be the solution to All problems she continued but had taught the students to accept their trials As the will of god and had provided them with the inspiration to know and lore god. Their four years at the school would prove the students Quot with a foundation on which to build their lives a miss Leahey told her classmates parents and members of the faculty. The students would first appreciate the value of their education when they realized later the importance of the knowledge and experience they had gained miss Leahey said. William Hayes president of the student Council explained in a Short talk that the function of the Council is to provide Quot Pupil participation in running the school and to promote school spirit. Working on the Council Hayes said had taught him and his fellow Council members the importance of cooperation. Senior class officers who spoke were Terrence Dermody president who give the welcoming address and Marcel Lettre vice president whose talk concluded the program. Miss Dailey and miss Leahey were presented Golden cords for achieving highest academic honors. Those who received honors Craig Galipeau Robert Chaloux Marie Johnson William Hayes Linda Nieser Norma Gauthier George Allard Jean Cleary Marcel Lettre and Terrence Dermody. Scholastic awards for outstanding work in individual subjects were presented to the following students English a Linda Nieser French Iii a Marcel Lettre math in a George Allard physics a Robert Chaloux business a Norma Gauthier dramatics a Ruth Stockman student Council a William Hayes shorthand ii a Linda Krawczyk typing ii a Linda Hart modern history a Hugh Briody journalism a Jane Leahey. Service awards for outstanding contributions to the school were presented to William Hayes Patrick Henry Jane Leahey Terrence Dermody and Marcel Lettre. Future teachers of America awards were presented to Jane Dailey Angela Joly and Ruth Stockman. Judith Fox Elaine Peacock and Jean Tetreault were Given certificates for their participation in a Lay teacher training course conducted by the confraternity of Christian doctrine. Village school registration a final registration of Bennington Village children who will enter kindergarten Here this fall will be held at the principals office in the elementary school Park Street Entrance on wednesday supt. Allan j. Heath announced today. The registration is also for any child who will to entered in any Grade for the first time in september. Children now living in the Village limits who were born in 1958 Are to be registered. Registration will be from 9 to 11 30 . And from 1 15 to 4 30 . The following seniors received athletic and band awards football a George Allard Curtis Guetti Michael Hart Patrick Henry Marcel Lettre and Thomas Tomasi basketball a George Allard Craig Galipeau and William Hayes baseball a George Allard William Hayes Patrick Henry and Thomas Tomasi Golf a Craig Galipeau girls basketball a Norma Gauthier and Mary King girls softball a Norma Gauthier cheerleaders a Jane Dailey Jane Leahey and Linda Nieser band a Patricia Schenesky Jean Tetreault Patricia ship Pey Judith Fox and Michael Hart color guard a Patricia Dockum Linda Hoag Mary King and Bernadette Sausville. At the conclusion of the program the students were honoured who had earned awards and scholarships from outside organizations. Winner of the daughters of the american revolution citizenship award was William Hayes. The University of Vermont scholarships for the highest ranking boy and girl went to Jane Dailey and Craig Galipeau. A $100 scholarship Given by the women a nursing league auxiliary of the Putnam memorial Hospital was won by Linda a later. Marcel Lettre was the Winner of a $200 scholarship Given by the Bennington rotary club. William Hayes was awarded a $1,600 scholarship from Providence . College. Winner of the St. Francis holy name scholarship was John kor Nitzer. The following students were awarded scholarships from the Virgil and Judith Stark foundation Linda Krawczyk and Linda Hart $100 each George Allard $200 Linda Nieser a $300 nursing scholarship William Hayes and Michael Hoth $300 each Jane Dailey Jane Leahey and Craig Galipeau 600 each. Five injured in accidents Wallingford a five Bennington residents suffered injuries Here saturday Norneng when their car was in collision with another vehicle at the intersection of . 7 and Vermont 140. The Driver of the Bennington car Wendell g. Carey 69, suffered a bruised left hip. His wife Caroline 68, received a Cut right hand and bruises. Three passengers All from Bennington were also Hurt. Valeda Waite 60, had a fractured right and shoulder bruises mrs. Lucy Laporte 71, and her daughter Marjorie Laporte 50, suffered body bruises. The Driver of the other car mrs. Patricia m. Grimshaw 42, of Rutland suffered bruises of the Chin and left knee. The Accident victims were All treated at the Rutland Hospital. The Bennington ans left later for Putnam memorial Hospital. All were later released except Valeda Waite who was hospitalized overnight. Saturday afternoon a refrigerator truck driven by Edward g. Stell sr., 54, of St. Albans was totally wrecked when it went off the left Side of . 7 in East Dorset and struck a Bridge abutment. No injuries were reported. Late sunday morning two cars were moderately damaged police said when they collided at the intersection of . 7 and old . 7 in Pownal. Clarence r. Rhodes 28, of Pownal was turning right on old . 7 when his Auto was struck from behind by a car driven by Leonard a. Bern Heimer 21, of Newton mass., police said. The front end of a car driven by Alma l. B. Evans 58, of Staten Island ., was damaged sunday morning when it went off the left Side of . 7 in Arlington and Over an embankment police reported. Two cars were damaged in an Accident investigated by Bennington Village police Friday night when they collided at the intersection of Gage and Branch streets. A car driven by John d. Rowe of 151 North St. Was travelling West on Gage Street when it was in collision with a car driven by Fred l. Hart of 232 Maple St., who was driving East on Gage and was in the process of turning left onto Branch Street. Hart told police he did not see Rowe s vehicle. The Banner incorrectly reported saturday that Rowe was turning at the time of the Accident and had said that he did not see Hart s car. Baccalaureate message Beni a a seniors urged to find a divine purpose jmmwkms5 looking for More of the same cars were backed up along . 7 at the South Entrance to Green Mountain Park saturday As some 3,500 people turned out to bet $206,225 at Vermont s first parimutuel Racetrack. The track is hoping for even larger crowds with the institution today of a Twilight racing schedule starting at 4 30 . The new schedule will operate mondays through fridays with the Post time saturdays to continue at 2 . A staff photo Buckler Putnam Hospital report sunday. June 9 admissions Henry Siemens Hoosick Falls Miss Janice a Spaulding. Shaftsbury Katherine Rouke Dracut mass. George Cottrell Charles f. Vail mrs. Isabelle Walsh North Bennington mrs. Colletta Landon Bennington. Discharges master Tommy Cross Arlington mrs. Iris Foster and son Hoosick Falls n. Y. Master Larry Herrington North Bennington mrs. Frances Pierce and son William a. Riley miss Victoria Vallee mrs. Valeda Waite Bennington Harry l. Adams Manchester Center. Saturday june 8 admissions mrs. Barbara Bruno Bethlehem a. Mrs. Valeda Waite Bennington master Larry Herrington North Bennington discharges discharges mrs. Phyllis King mrs. Helen Fraher Bennington Harvey Pratt Shaftsbury master David Ryan North Bennington Horst Jordan Eagle Bridge Stock averages Dow Jones Bache amp co., Albany noon 30 industrials 20 railroads 15 utilities composite average sales 2,310,000 717.39-5.02 169.51-1.47 139.68 a .28 256.11-1.62 Friday june 7 admissions miss Victoria Vallee Bennington. Discharges mrs. Ruth Sweet master Joseph Berard mrs. Ada Ostrander mrs. Marjorie Rose. Preen Mountain restricts roving photographers Pownal a Vincent j. Bar Timo general manager of Green Mountain Park announced today that All photographers will have to Clear through him before taking pictures a the race track. Institution of the Quot authorized personnel Only Quot policy regarding photographs Bartimo said was necessary to control the number of cameras operating around the finish line and winners Circle. Bartimo said he had received a number of criticisms about a series of pictures appearing in the Banner last week showing the sparse track attendance but denied that this had anything to do with the new policy. He described the control of cameras As a Quot Standar policy at most race tracks and Quot something we should have done from the Day the track Quot whatever the newspapers say or do a Bartimo said Quot would not affect my policy As to How this Plant race track tests new Post time Pownal a slow starting Green Mountain Park Hopes to improve its fortunes by instituting a Twilight schedule today and possibly for the balance of its inaugural 56-Day thoroughbred race meet. Post time under the new arrangement will be 4 30 ., monday through Friday. Saturdays starting time will continue to be 2 . Today will also see the opening a a night time racing meet at Narragansett Park in Pawtucket . On the 14th Day of the newly inaugurated parimutuel racing in Vermont the handle was $206,225 saturday with the crowd numbering 3,457. Bally Down a 4-year-old daughter of pappa Redbird turned in quite a performance in the featured five Furlong allowance. The Long shot won the race in a track record of 58 seconds and paid $50.40 to win. Saturday morning the Pownal fire department was called to the track on a standby basis while repairmen fixed a Gas tank located near the track Kitchen that had been knocked Over by a car. Second new York up it a the greatest olympic fencing Success the United states has Ever achieved was a second place Silver medal in foils won by Joseph l. Levis of . In 1932. By Bob Hagerman Quot if you remember nothing else of my talk remember to live with a divine purpose and Noble intentions Quot the Rev. Melvin r. Mcgaughey of Bennington told Bennington High school seniors at baccalaureate services held sunday. The Rev. Or. Mcgaughey pastor of the first methodist Church was principal speaker at the services in the Bennington elementary school attended by several Hundred parents and friends of the graduating classmates. Quot life with purpose Quot was the theme of the local Clergyman a address. He pointed out the students need Quot to get ahead in the right direction Quot and spoke of their need to maintain Quot High guiding that vision Are the unchanging a Basic purposes taught jointly by the Home Church and school he said. He urged the graduates to have Quot a divine calling whatever your vocation Quot pointing out that it is not Only in ministerial work that religious motivation is required. Whatever the calling or. Mcgaughey said Quot let god work municipal court Paul a. Dec Raglan of 207 Maple St. Was fined $25.10 in municipal court this morning after he pleaded guilty to speeding. The respondent states atty. R. Marshall Witten told the court was driving 70 Miles per to urfa 50 . Zone on . 7. Matthew l. Joseph 18, of North Bennington pleaded guilty to driving an improperly registered car and was fined $10. Witten said Joseph was arrested june 8 in Pownal. Obituaries mrs. Walter r. Adams Hoosick Falls A mrs. Mae Stafford Adams 76, wife of Walter Ray Adams died Friday at the Hoosick Falls health Center after a Long illness. She was born sept. 14, 1893, in Willsboro. She resided in Cambridge the last 18 years. She was a member of Cambridge Valley chapter Oes and a former member and past Matron of Evergreen chapter Oes of Poultney it. She was a Bremer of the Cambridge Sadof club and capt. Max son unit american legion auxiliary. Besides her husband she leaves two daughters mrs. Arlene Hastings of Belleville n.j., and mrs. Virginia Lyman of Oakfield one brother Walter e. Stafford of Willsboro one sister mrs. Let tie s. Warren of Kearny n.j., and two grandchildren. Funeral services were held sunday at 2 . At Spurr funeral v be Cambridge. The Rev. William e. G. Doxsey pastor of first presbyterian Church Cambridge officiating. Interment was in Evergreen cemetery Salem. Mrs. William Cathcart Hoosick Falls A mrs. Johanna Ernst Cathcart 64, widow of William Riley Cathcart and for Many years a resident of North Hoosick and Walloomsac died Friday at Mary Mcclellan Hospital Cambridge. Mrs. Cathcart was born in Gre ten Germany daughter of the late Jacob and Apalona Ernst. She came to this country at the age of 12 and settled in new York City. She was married to or. Cathcart there in 1912. He died in 1944. She was a member of North Hoosick methodist Church and the a pcs of that Church. She leaves two sons William e. Attleboro mass., and Robert j. Of Hoosick Falls an announcer for radio station Woko and two granddaughters. Funeral services were held today at the Robson Home for funerals with the Rev. George f. Miller jr., pastor of the North Hoosick methodist Church officiating. Interment was in Maple Grove cemetery Hoosick Falls. Funerals mrs. Of Corge Gotis funeral re vices for mrs. George Gotis the former Hazel Briggs who died at the new York City medical Center tuesday were held from Mahar amp. Son funeral Horn saturday afternoon. The Rev. Melvin r. Mcgaughey first methodist Church pastor officiated and also offered committal prayers at the Briggs family plot in the Village cemetery. Bearers were six nephews Gerald and Ralph Harrington Louis and Harry Briggs George and Clyde Burgessjr. Relatives attended from Mahopac new York City Binghamton and White Creek Hartford Middle Field Conn. Montpelier Arlington and North Bennington and Pownal. Lewis e. Perry Northfield a committal services for or. Lewis e. Perry Dean of Norwich University Here who died of a heart attack Friday afternoon during a commencement Parade on the Campus will be held at Arlington a National cemetery at to . Tuesday. Through As part of the late afternoon program the Beyhl chorus presented two selections Quot Praise be the lord Quot by Hovhaness and Quot the lord bless you and keep you Quot by Lutkin. Miss Janet e. Hayes played two piano selections for the processional and recessional. The Rev. Robert p. Bell pastor of the old first Church congregational in old Bennington gave the invocation and the Rev. H. Glenn Payne pastor at the first Baptist Church of Bennington gave the Benediction. Graduation exercises for the Beni class of 1963 will be held at 8 30 ., thursday in the Bennington High school gym. Admission is by ticket Only. Following the exercises the class will its honoured at a Quot graduation night party in the second congregational Church. Parents of Bennington High school students Are in charge of the party. Bennington briefs Bradford mass Junior College has announced that miss Leila j. Lawson took part in the commencement dance concert. Miss Lawson a daughter of or. And mrs. Kent d. Lawson of 115 Imperial ave., has recently completed her freshman year at the College. She is a graduate of Bennington High school. Ethan Allen Pomona Grange will meet with Bennington Grange at 8 15 ., tuesday for a Quot neighbors night Quot program. A memorial mass for Pope John Xxiii will be offered in St. Francis de sales Church wednesday at 8 . The Public is invited. James Mcdermott formerly of Bennington and now of Washington ., is spending two weeks vacation with his Mother mrs. J. J. Mcdermott of 231 Washington ave. He is now employed by the capital District government department of licenses and inspections and is teaching Athene Judson roman and Ward school of Bridge in Washington Mcdermott taught piano Here before leaving Bennington seven years ago. The june meeting of the women of St. Peter s Church will be held wednesday in the Parish House at 230 . The program will be the report on the conference held at Rock Point in May. The hostess will be mrs. . Duhamel. Paul Leake son of or. And mrs. Richard b. Leake Iii of Woodford Road who is a member of the Junior class at Dar Row school in new Lebanon ., received his varsity Lacrosse letter june 7 at the school. . Asks High court continued from Page i Gard of the distribution of a a Contention by nine voters of Manhattan Borough in new York City that their constitutional rights were violated in a redrawing of boundaries of the four congressional districts in the Borough. A efforts by two voters in Atlanta Georgia a Fulton county to compel a reapportionment of Georgia congressional districts. A a review of a Maryland court of appeals decision that the Maryland Senate need not be re apportioned. A a review of a lower court decision that 1962 reapportionment acts of the Virginia legislature Are unconstitutional. A a review of a temporary plan for reapportionment of the Alabama legislature ordered by a three judge Federal court in Montgomery. The three judge court rejected reapportionment legislation enacted by the Alabama legislature and ordered the temporary plan into effect for the november 1962 election. The three judge court decision announced july 21, 1962, was the first instance in which a Federal tribunal had re apportioned a legislature following the supreme courts ruling of March 26. 196 Tetley Tea continued from Page i clearly invalid Quot he said. A each local government abolish discrimination in employing and promoting municipal workers. A each City government enact Laws assuring the rights of All residents of equal employment and housing opportunities and equal Access to Public accommodations. A each mayor undertake a special Campaign to encourage Young persons of both races to stay in school in order to increase their Chance for steady jobs and thus Lessen a employment among the unskilled. Quot i think this May prove to be in time the most important thing we can All do Quot the president said. The mayors conference resolutions committee went into session immediately after the speech and drafted a six Point program embodying All of Kennedy a proposals plus a plea that Quot minority groups be encouraged to recognize the correlation of responsibility and duty with right and that Equality of responsibility be encouraged along with Equality of travel alarm clocks for Here or anywhere 5.95 to $12.95 Nichols use our convenient Union St customer parking lot amp Entrance too count $9 Hamburg patties a 65 walkers food Market for fathers Day Swank jewelry tie tacks tie clips cuff link sets Burt Bros. A ,0 con Matulate the Man who won the Hynons with a Fuorn Kiwi Iris i Sunmui .0. a a

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