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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - June 15, 1966, Bennington, Vermont 22-Bennington Banner , june 15, 1966 it. Anthony Union school Board thrashes Over personnel problems classifieds legals crossword television radio questions of personnel were among the More thorny problems waiting to be pruned monday night at a Board meeting of it. Arv Thony Union High school directors. The Board accepted Quot Vii regret the resignation of two teachers who had recently signed contracts to teach at it. Anthony next year. The two teachers released from their contracts were Harry Rohinsky of North Bennington who was Sla de to teach music and Francis Mach of Bennington who was slated to teach science and mathematics. According to supt. Howard f. Kelley the teachers desired release from their contracts because they had been offered contracts at other institutions after they had signed on at it. Anthony. The news was followed by a glum report on the staffing situation in general by it. Anthony principal Charles w. Heir who said that 14 positions remain to be filled and that Little Progress has been made recently because hiring has had to be done Quot Between recruiting seasons. Among key personnel still sought heir said Are a girls physical education instructor to assist mrs. Anita Caswell two French teachers and two Spanish teachers and an English department chairman. Keir said the Union school Board May have to engage in the business of Quot raiding other faculties but he noted that some of the positions May be filled of efforts Are direct at teachers attending summer institutes and programs. He noted that another trip will be made in the near future to the Boston area normally a productive source of teachers. The school Board reviewed another personnel problem which technically is a worry of the Bennington South supervisory univ Ion that of finding a replacement for Kenneth Baldwin who resigned As comptroller feb. 18. It was noted that several interviews have been held for the position but that so far the supervisory Union has withheld decisions and is Quot still looking for candidates. Supt. Howard f. Kelley told the Board he had Quot a real question whether we have an adequate salary Range to attract a person with the qualifications desired. The supervisory Union at the present time is offering a salary ranging from $7,200 to $9,000, depending on qualifications of the candidate. The Union school Board agreed to recommend to the supervisory Union that the proposed maximum salary be Quot reconsidered and that a Quot review Quot of the Job specifications be made. With regard to finding a replacement for James h. Mann who resigned recently As clerk of the works school directors were advised that the position had been extensively advertised in East coast newspapers and that school architects will make soon known to the Board the results of interviews. A report on building Progress was made by Norman Stratton who told fellow Board members that the construction picture remains positive contrary to Quot rumours about town that contractors Are desperately in need of masons and carpenters. Stratton said that a couple of carpenters were they available could certainly be used at the site and added that about two thirds of the required number of masons have been hired. Stratton said a More important problem the Board would have to consider was that of devising a system to water the new playing Fields which Are about to be seeded. Ordinances he noted forbid the use of automatic sprinklers. Franklin Frantz suggested that portable pipes might be used to pump water from the roaring Branch and the matter was taken under advisement. Supt. Kelley presented two requests pertaining to athletics that an assistant or Junior varsity baseball coach be hired to de Gaulle talks in Russia hold possible key to Europe a future a Pii in in i w Novi up foreign sews analyst without Benefit of treaty France and the soviet Union Are on the same course in Europe. A major of la it the i to remove United states influence on the continent. De Gaulle arrives in the Harte theatre now thru sat. Eve. 6 30 a 8 30 sat. Mat. 2 i m. A motor Marty Shreve Allin and Quot Rossi soviet Union on june 20, and during the Long Days that will follow in Moscow and on visits to major soviet cities he will spend Many hours with soviet Lead is As he pursues his own Coli toward a Europe extending from the Atlantic to the urals. The Welcome de Gaulle receives in Moscow probably Wilt exceed that Given any Westerner since the communist takeover nearly 50 years ago. French officials insist that de Gaulle will sign no treaties during his russian visit. But there i be Large areas of agree t. One is their agreement that West Germany must accept the loss of its Eastern territories and recognize the polish Border along the per Neisse line separate Poland from East Germany. Another Tion to bar Possession a third eliminate Europe Marr is their determine West Germany from of nuclear weapons. Is their Hope to . Influence in for the soviets that rat removal of More than of ,000 . Troops currently in West Germany. For Many weeks the soviets have been preparing the Way carefully both for de or me a visit and for a meeting with their own East european communist allies scheduled for Bucharest some time in july. Harte theatre Bennington Vermont phone 442 .990 coming june 22 for Bennington. A distinguished event exc Lus i be limited engagement seven Days Only eve 7 30 special mat 2 weds Tsun. Dorothy Mcguire is Miff George Stevens amp production the greatest Story Ever told because of the anticipated heavy demand we suggest you buy your admission tickets in Advance to guarantee you a seat a1 the performance of your Choice. Technicolor released by United artists adults $1.25 in remember 7 Days Only buy tickets now children 50c the latter comprise the Warsaw pact nations composed of the soviet Union Bulgaria Czechoslovakia East Germany Hungary Poland and Romania. Here a note from history is significant. On May 6, 1955, West Germany became a member of nato the North Atlantic treaty organization set up As a shield against communist expansion. Eight Days later on May 14, 1955, the Warsaw pact came into being presumably As a defense against a revenge seeking Germany. The Warsaw pact like nato had twin objectives military and political. Politically it was designed to perpetuate the soviet hold Over its european satellites a pans lavish which had been the ambition of the czars As Well As the communists. The Warsaw pact came into being under the leadership of former soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev. And it was ironic that Khrushchev less than a year later in february 1956, also paved the Way for its decay. For it was then that he denounced Stalin touched off the soviet quarrel with red China and opened the door to Independence of thought among the satellites. Today the Achilles Heel of the Warsaw pact is the determined nationalism of Romania which demands the dissolution of All military pacts and for so Long As it lasts an equal voice in the Warsaw agreement. And this could determine the russian strategy for a new Campaign in Europe. This would be the argument that peace in Europe Only can be achieved by dissolution of both the Warsaw pact and nato to be followed by a series of no aggression pacts including with West Germany. Bennington drive in wed thru sat june 15-18 Gregory Peck David Niven Anthony Quinn to Carl foremans the Msj it f Navara Stanley Anthony Baker a Quayle Irene Gia a a a James fms Sigma Darren also a a Joy to behold a a Harvey Newsweek middleman fireman one Complete show at dusk Mon. Thru thurs. Feat. 1st. Fri. Thru Sun. Feat. Last children under 12 free coming june 22 direct from its premiere showings my fair lady Winner of 8 Academy awards Legal notices handle an expected Large turnout for that sport and that to encourage a larger turnout for football the school agree to Purchase football shoes for the players. Both requests were approved. On another matter the Board approved an estimated $500 change in building specifications that will provide wiring and Light fixture supports for an Quot experimental treated that May be constructed at minor Cost in a space previously allocated for storage underneath seating in the new gymnasium. As described last night the Little theater would be a Thea Ter in the round resembling a theater constructed recently at Bennington College by William Sherman and his students. Representatives of the Bennington teachers association who attended the Union school Board meeting expressed considerable enthusiasm for the Little theater which they said might be used for student dramas lectures demonstrations and indeed quo anything. Continuing through an exceedingly Long Agenda school directors studied and approved conditions under which Welling Field in North Bennington will be used for football next year and noted that a Field at the soldiers Home now several feet deep under coarse grass has been offered under several other conditions for Quot actual games Only. The Board also reached a consensus that it will react Quot favourably Quot should a request for it be made to the idea of the Union school District operating the red Brick school starting this fall. As things now stand the Union school Board has accepted in theory responsibility for educating Quot educable and Quot trainable retarded students now isolated from Normal children at the red Brick school. Some of the students a less than a full class of 15 a will actually receive High school instruction next september from the Union District and eventually whether or not the red Brick school is administrated by it. Anthony next year the students will be transferred to the Union school. Supt. Kelley noted that the Bennington merged school District has similar plans for accepting responsibility for elementary education for retarded children that the state will reimburse school districts for the new students and that while special instructors will be needed for the retarded children the children Are sure to Benefit from Contact with their Fellows and from learning to adjust to a world they will have to Cope with As adults. One final matter discussed by the Board concerned arrangements by which school equip ment at Bennington High school will be divided up and the costs distributed Between the merged and Union school districts. School directors approved a Quot general plan which was hammered out at a recent meeting of Union and merged Board members. The plan included the following provisions a the merged Board will have first Choice of equipment the Union Board May then elect to select what it requires or offer a Flat Price for All remaining equipment. A use by the Union Board of fixed or attached equipment will be included in the annual Beni rent figure of $12,500. A music teachers serving both Union and merged schools will Exchange Quot aids Quot other than band instruments which will be divided according to respective needs or according to a percentage basis. A Beni band uniforms valued at $2,000, will be turned in with the credit going to the merged Board and the Union Board will seek uniforms Quot aesthetically pleasing. A payment to the merged Board by the Union Board will be limited to $10,000 the first year with any balances to be paid subsequently. A the rental fee of Molly Stark school will be set at $12,000 annually. I i ii Crim ? Lori to in ll11 Rhein card of thanks notice to the residents of the town of Arlington and Vicinity and All other interested persons notice is hereby Given by the Arlington Lions club inc. That the Paul Laskey memorial swimming Pool in Arlington will open at 1 00 . On saturday june la 1966 and will remain open through september 5, 1966, subject to the rules and regulations hereinafter published. Every person using the Pool must comply with the rules and regulations or be prohibited from using its a cities. The swimming Pool committee of the Arlington Lions club reserves the right to change the rules from time to time As necessity requires. The rules and regulations for the 1966 season Are As of rows 1966 rules of the Paul Laskey memorial swimming Pool 1. Swimming is not allowed unless a lifeguard is on duty. 2. Use the Pool at your own risk. 3. The Pool win be open from 1 00 . To 8 00 . 4. At the sound of a whistle the Pool is to be cleared immediately. 5. Horseplay win not be allowed. 6. No tubes play balls snorkel tubes face masks air mattresses or surf boards jul be allowed in the water. 7. A coast guard approved life jacket fitting the person wearing such a jacket is permitted. 8. Any Chud unable to swim or under to years of age must be accompanied by an adult except during swimming instructions. 9. Children unable to swim must stay within the area marked off with ropes and floats. I to. No dogs allowed in the water. 11. Please keep area clean and picked j up. Barrels Are Avau Able for trash. 12. Kindly keep Bathhouse clean. No responsibility assumed for items left in Bathhouse or in area. 13. The lifeguard has the authority at All times. 14. The Pool May be closed at any time by the lifeguard or the Pool comm. 15. Pool hours May be posted by Pool committee. 16. Bulletin boards Are in the area for posting new notices and the Pool committee will try to keep everyone informed on matters concerning this Community Pool. Lions club of Arlington inc. Swimming Pool committee they re unique want ads work for you around the clock. The open House in my Honor was greatly appreciated. I sincerely thank All who had any part in making the occasion such a pleasant one one which i shall always remember. It has been a privilege to work with the boys and girls Over a period of 33 years. Thank you each and every one. Mrs. Mabel Cullinan strayed lost found found Golden retriever Vicinity of Woodford Mountain. Also Small female Beagle Collar Shaftsbury. Call humane society shelter 375-2898. Found at West Man. Farm Arlington. Little Black Mare Pony. Halter on. Arrived sunday. Our sincere appreciation is extended to the Many friends and relatives who helped make the Celebration of our Golden Jubilee enjoyable. For the cards Flowers Money and other remembrances we Are most grateful. Thank you All. Or. Amp mrs. George Mallory test drive the 4-wheel drive Toyota at Spike s. Call 442-9884. Starts Friday Columbia pictures presents Ftp Fadean Martin Thi silencers or a monuments cemetery lots 5 Rock of Ages Granite Barre Guild Seal. D. E. Carver. Call 2-4808. Display at 126 Washington Avenue. By appointment appreciated. Personals Bennington lanes open every Day at 6 . Moonlight fowling every Friday night. Red pin Bowling sat. Ii Sun. Nights. Run by enl it Liz Imu special a 5 weeks 2 visits per week $20. Air conditioned budget plan. Stay trim studio 442-4771. _ wedding invitations announcements cake decorations imprinted napkins and matches Guestbooks. Bennington bookshop 416 main st., phone 2-5136. Strayed lost found a share your Good food for two weeks this summer with a needy new York City child. Dial Bennington 442-6524. Automotive agencies to automobiles Tor Sale la Monument a motors 1962 vow convertible $995. Authorized Volkswagen saus and service dial 447-7561 route 7 South of Bennington Bennington Vermont i. Good will double checked used cars 4 or o hcs of k 1963 Chevrolet Lan. Sharp Doug Roady for your satisfaction. At on la $1195 j firewood Given away. Dry Maple Ripple is to be Given away monday through Friday 8 . To 5 . Excellent fuel for stove or fireplace. Hale company inc East Arlington Vermont. Walter l. Barber inc. Pontiac Buick authorized sales amp service 114 North Bennington Road open evenings till 9 . Automobiles Tor Sale la in Jam Sirl Chevrolet Cadillac inc. 1964 Cor Vair Monza Standard 4 door $1495. 1962 Ford 8 automatic w agon. Door station $995. 1963 Oldsmobile 88 8 cyl., sports Coupe $1695. After we sell we serve 239 mum si., he uni Iokton. 4 12 54 5 1 a Berkshire sports cars inc. Your area Austin Healy my and Mercedes Benz dealers. New and used cars. 207 state Road North Adams Call 664-6388. 1963 rambler classic 770, 4 door Sedan excellent Corv oltion 33,000 Miles St a Ixia re reclining seats padded dash Day and night Mirror backup lights radio and Heater $1,000. Call North Adams 663-8128. He who has one for Road gets trooper for Chaser. Eujair a a 6000 time at Camp. Thank mud Charlie Brown. I Mav have a 6000 time if the Queen snakes Don t 66t me. Hou about your Blanket Are m3u Ooi no to take sour Blanket by Charles m. Schulz Nihat to vol think this 15, Mosquito netting . By Joh nov Hart look. Look. See puff play Quot with the fall. Gill see the Ball unwind. See Mommy Stab puff with the knitting Needle. Rishi m. L j Tii w5 a it i i Orvy Quot a _ a pc Blondie by Chic Young .1 Dag Wood Ive been thinking a hat if we had Neyer met Steve Canyon by Milton Caniff heart of Juliet Jones by Stan Drake

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