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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - June 10, 1963, Bennington, Vermont 2-Bennington Banner monday june to 1963 6 a challenging time9 around Vermont pair reported missing turn up Safe Burlington a a widespread search was about to get underway on Lake Champlain this morning for two Young persons missing overnight in a boat when they turned up unharmed on junipers Island. State police said James Atherton of Burlington and Patricia Martinez of Jamaica n.y., both 19, were reported missing late yesterday afternoon. Atherton had borrowed a 14-foot Motorboat from a Friend for a half hour cruise police said. The authorities added that winds of up to 27 . Apparently caused the boat to Drift. Police said Atherton lacked experience in handling boats. The air National guard had been alerted for help in the search when the couple was found on the Island this morning several Miles from shorts Burlington mass for Pope John set Burlington a the most Rev. Robert f. Joyce roman Catholic Bishop of Burlington was scheduled to sing a High mass this morning for Pope John Xxiii at the Cathedral of the immaculate Conception. Hie Bishop also will sing a Low mass for Pope John tomorrow in the Cathedral. East Montpelier defeats school plan East Montpelier a voters Here have turned Down a bonding proposal to finance a new elementary school. The tally was 256-114 saturday to reject a 20-year, $220,000 Bond Issue and a $9,000 sinking fund to cover the town s share of construction costs. State Aid for the school would have totalled $98,700. Kirk to head Middlebury alumni Middlebury a the new president of the Middlebury College alumni association is John m. Kirk Lynnfield Center mass., of the class of 1939. Hamilton Shea of Harrisonburg va., president of the Henan Doah Valley broadcasting co., was chosen alumni trustee for a five year term. Kirk who operates four firms in Malden mass., and Shea were elected at the associations annual meeting saturday. Vermont colleges graduated 1200yesterday Over in new York Middle income apartments proposed Mechanicville a construction of Middle income private housing apartments is expected to launch Mechanicville a municipal redevelopment in the North main Street Urban renewal site. Director James g. Connors estimated saturday that the project would Cost about $650,000 for construction alone. Connors said a private development corporation has requested the City a office of Urban renewal for authorisation to construct Garden Type apartment building. The site Woald provide seven or eight separate 2v2 Story buildings containing a total of 75 apartments if the City accepts the proposal. The landscaped apartments would Overlook the Hudson River and would be designed As a a show piece armenian Parish consecrates Church Troy a holy Cross armenian apostolic Parish of Troy without physical ceremonial facilities since its formation in 1958, consecrated a new Church sunday in rites at which Bishop Hrant Khatchadourian primate of the armenian Prelay of America officiated. Location of the new Church is Pawling Avenue and Winter Street site of the former third presbyterian Church. More than 200 attended the three hour consecration ceremonies and a banquet which followed. Albany school teacher killed in crash Claverack a a 28-year-old Albany schoolteacher was killed sunday when his Auto was struck broadside at county Rte. 18 and new York 9h near Here state police reported. He was George l. Swearingen a speech teacher at Philip Schuyler High school. The operator of the other car George Balas none 41, of Poughkeepsie pleaded guilty and was Fine $20 on a charge that he failed to halt his vehicle at a Stop sign. Down in Berkshire Bishop warns of a final commencement North Adams a noting the recent death of Pope John Xxiii and calling it a this final commencement a most Rev. Christopher j. Weldon Bishop of the Springfield Catholic diocese told 101 graduating St. Josephus High school seniors that this was one commencement for them but another final commencement was for coming and they should be ready. Speaking at the St. Joseph s graduation exercises sunday afternoon in St. Francis Church Bishop Weldon told the class that they were entering into a changing world and should be prepared academically and spiritually not Only to live in the world today but also to face the a final the graduation exercises followed sunday morning s baccalaureate mass and breakfast. Bishop Weldon presided at the afternoon ceremonies and conferred the diplomas. He then was celebrant at solemn Benediction. £25,000 pledged in Church drive North Adams a the first phase of a capital fund raising drive at the first methodist Church was completed sunday and the capital fund committee reported 30 per cent of the Church membership was contacted and pledges received. Reaching the $25,000 Mark in a drive for $75,000 for a new parsonage and repair redecoration purposes drive committee member Donald a. Thurston said a the drive will be a Success because of today a successful Thurston said the every member canvass will be continued Over the next several weeks and All former Church members now living in other towns will be contacted. Union accepts Cornish offer North Adams a local 299, International Union of electrical workers sunday night voted to accept the new contract agreement worked out by the Cornish wire management and the unions negotiating committee. Union president Robert Curry said the agreement Calls for a three year package with to cents in fringe benefits and 9 cents in Cash. The contract is retroactive to june 7. Colonial furniture at its finest solid Maple solid Cherry living room dining room bedroom off Nua is furniture Ino. 820 Meijn Street Bennington 2-5131 Low overhead Means savings for you strawberries c i h h o m f k1 \ \ r i it 59 l j ii lev a i a \ i re a v v i no asparagus \ la i Liln f l Alif f All 49 v a t t i r 1 i 4 h f a i i it l. A i i r cantaloupes 3 1.00 Salem a super Market at Williams commencement Gen. Norstad cites Power relationships since�?T45 Williamstown a listing three trends which have been fundamental in determining the future of Mankind since the end of world War ii Gen. Lauris Norstad told the 263 graduating seniors at Williams colleges 174th commencement sunday that he envied them the current world situation because a it offers you the responsibility and Tho great privilege 1 of determining that you will never know the former supreme Allied commander of nato forces in Europe attributed the remark to the late Henry Stimson. The 3,000 persons at the commencement included Secretary of defense Robert s. Mcnamara and 20 economists from underdeveloped nations who received master of Art degrees and certificates in development economics after spending last year studying at the Williams Cluett Center. Norstad Mcnamara and six other dignitaries including five Williams graduates and the new president of Colgate University conformity called bar to creativity North Adams a a was individuals creative people almost universally respond favourably to apparent disorder. But the response to the disorder is to find a new Subtle ordering principle. A was the description Given to the a creative person by Sprague electric co. Vice president John l. Sprague in a commencement address to 72 graduate and undergraduate degree winners at North Adams state College sunday a creative people Are also significantly More Independent flexible original and aesthetically sensitive than most a the Sprague executive stated. A they also Are found to operate More by intuition than by Sprague said that the Home the school and the Job can either Foster or inhibit creativity. One important and hindering problem is the problem of conformity he added. A we live in an averaging Norm seeking society. All of us conform to a greater or lesser degree. And yet conformity is antithetical to creative achievement a the electronics scientist declared. Double s amp h Stamps wednesday North Bennington re. Bennington it. Printed in Boston los Angeles London i veer $22 6 months $11 3 months $5.50 clip this advertisement and return it with your Check or Money order to the Christian science Monitor one Norway Street Boston 15, mess. Pb-16 by the associated press at the University of Vermont the president of Radcliffe College told 715 graduating seniors one of the most important jobs they will have in the years ahead is the a care and feeding of their education. A without question a or. Mary i. Bunting said a the rate of expansion of knowledge together see related Story on Page 3. With the lengthening Span of life Means that Early education must be As comprehensive As possible and must be she urged the graduating class which included 294 vermonters to continuously add to their intellects lest the intellects perish. A it is indeed a challenging time to graduate a or. Bunting added. Forty one of the Ulm graduates sat through the exercises As second lieutenants in the . Army. They had received their commissions in the morning. Some 120 Norwich University seniors also were commissioned yesterday As the military school graduated 173 students largest commencement class in its history. Washington tax attorney Joel Barlow principal speaker emphasized the values of Small College education As opposed to the a automated Assembly line education of a Large a until the educational potential of the Small colleges is fully realized and put to use we shall never solve the problems that beset and undermine our whole educational system a Barlow said. Norwich Laid the Cornerstone of its ninth Barracks building As part of the commencement ceremonies. The new Structure will bring housing capacity at the military school to 1,200 cadets. Gov. Philip h. Hoff told the 53 Middlebury told France is staunchest . Ally former Williams prof. Vincent Macd. Barnett received honorary degrees from Williams president John e. Sawyer. Norstad said the main trends of the postwar Era Are a the polarization of Power powerful forces that have broken up the old political groups resulting in the creation of new and Independent states and the desire of the More advanced nations to achieve a Unity which will help them Cope with their problems. He said that until a generation or two ago there were at least a dozen National states roughly comparable in Power and influence. It was the play of relationship Between them that determined the course of history. Today the position of the Atlantic Alliance and the soviet bloc while not the Only influences in the world still illustrates the extent to which the Power centers have been reduced in numbers. He discussed the a very powerful forces a generated by the urges toward Freedom which have broken up the old political groups a the colonial Powers a have caused the creation of new and Independent states. These forces which prime minister Macmillan referred to a few years Back As the a winds of change a have perhaps too frequently been of Hurricane proportions. But this trend continues a and will continue to run its course a sometimes for Good sometimes unfortunately for Ulm the third trend Norstad said a has led the More advanced nations to seek new Means of achieving the Unity necessary to Deal jointly and effectively with the problems with which we cannot Cope As individual Frederick Baker of Shaftsbury was the Only Bennington county graduate this year. Middlebury apr French ambassador Herve Al hand said that a in All difficult circumstances when the soviet Union is threatening either in Cuba or at Berlin a the most determined and Resolute ally of the United states is France. A moreover Many countries of the West and we Are not complaining negotiate with the communists in various Fields or rather attempt to negotiate with them a he said. A but we Don t and we wont until Moscow puts an end to us threats and its Al hand speaker today on Middlebury College s commencement program said in his prepared speech that France is the United states oldest ally. But a the image of France As you have Learned to know it in your history books is now distorted through the propaganda of our adversaries and even sometimes that of some of our deluded he said France cherishes her Independence and her Alliance with free Peoples. Alliance and Independence he said sum up president Charles de Gaulle s philosophy in foreign policy. He said de Gaulle made Clear in his recent speech in Athens that France is aligned with the Atlantic Alliance. This should a put an end to the rumours about our alleged desire to create a Neutral group in Western Europe a a Kirin of third Force or arbiter Between the two blocs. If there is someone who is not Neutral it is general de he said there is no basis whatsoever for the accusations that France would want to impose its domination on Europe. The ambassador said also that . Exports to the six common Market countries of Europe a increased 70 per cent for manufactured products and 40 per cent for agricultural products in the last four years. This assertion Presuhn ably was made to counter charges that the european common Market is tightening restrictions on . Imports As Washington officials contend it is. Telephone business. 442-4300 newsroom. 442-2800 display advertising. 442 2684 the Bennington Bonner is published Dally except sunday and Legal Holiday at 475 main St., Bennington Vermon by the Bonner publishing corporation. Member of the associated press the associated press is entitled exclusively to the use for republication of Ell local news printed in this newspaper As Well As All a news dispatches. Home delivery by Carrier and motor delivery 7e per Day subscription rates by mail St i. Radius Ond All Vermont 3 Mas. $4.25 a 6 to. $1.00 a i or. Sis of a Lar War i in the . T Mot. S4.75 a 6 mos. $9.00 a i or. I17.sb special rates for servicemen graduates at Lyndon state College that As future teachers they must help a instill a positive attitude toward the United states As a democracy and urged them to a make democracy an exciting and pulsating a democracy will win the struggle for men s minds a Hoff said a if we treat it As a positive idea to illustrate its Headstone a the dignity and Freedom of the Castleton state College graduated 98 seniors who have been preparing for a teaching career. They were told by or. George �5 Sant Voorde of Bennington former headmaster at the Hotchkiss school and presently a Yale University trustee that their Job will be to uncover the a buried treasure in the minds of children. Vansantvoord said the most desirable qualities of a teacher and Parent As a Means to uncovering this treasure Are reverence and respect. Every teacher should remember that each of his children is a potentially a finer and better person than himself a Vansantvoord said. A if the child a Best talents Are revealed and developed he will become a remarkable a in each one lies the buried some 130 seniors received their degrees at Champlain College in Burlington after an address by k. Dance Hurley president of Salem College Salem w. A. Hurley urged the graduates to enter the world with a heroic thinking adventurous planning and action based on Clear it is not an easy world into which you graduate a he warned. A the race to conquer the heavens dramatizes the conflict in our generation Between a materialistic godless society that pretends to be the Savior of Mankind and our own the assistant commissioner for High education in new York state was the commencement speaker at Johnson state College. Or. Elbert k. Fretwell or. Told the graduating class of 35 it is a confusing and perhaps even dangerous to assume their learning Days Are Over. He urged them to take up their careers in teaching with a a sense of a a College education is basically to pursue learning merely to learn pursuing a i Well said. Stafford asks graduates take Public role Middlebury a u. S. Rep. Robert t. Stafford today called upon College students who have gained High intellectual attainment to take an Active direct role in helping to solve world problems. Speaking before the Middlebury College chapter of Phi Beta Kappa at the Middlebury inn the Vermont congressman told members of the Honor society a intellectual attainment requires More than just contemplation of the world s problems. Your accomplishments place directly upon you the responsibility for decisions and participation in the activities of a Middlebury graduate and a member of its Board of trustees Stafford outlined a four areas which need the attention of our most Able minds to a these Are a Stafford declared a the problems posed in this nation today regarding a the Best possible education for All our a the attainment of equal rights by All a your responsibilities to people throughout the world through foreign a the ability to serve people where needed through government while maintaining the fiscal solvency of our All wee k boiled Ham Bologna potato salad Macaroni salad baked Beans you must save at Sayles a Sayles is your bargain store a Sayles must. 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