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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - June 17, 1965, Bennington, Vermont Recruitment begins for local waitress chambermaid courses the Bennington office of the department of employment Security and the state department of education announced jointly today that recruitment is under Way for training of formal waitresses and chambermaid ind or the manpower training act. The waitress course will be conducted at the Paradise restaurant and the chambermaid course will be held at the new englander Motel. The chambermaid course will be conducted in two sections of two weeks each with 12 trainees accepted in each Section. The waitress course will also have two sections of trainees but this course will operate for four weeks per Section. The first Section for each course will begin july 12 and the second Section will be chambermaid july 26, and waitresses aug._9. The courses Are under joint sponsorship of the department of employment Security and the department of education under the manpower training act with funds supplied by the act. Course applicants must be female a minimum of 18 years old and unemployed they must have an eighth Grade or better equivalency education and must Complete a Short general examination. Highlights of the chambermaid course will include orientation safety and Job requirements uniforms Courtesy reporting for work responsibilities of the chambermaid cleaning procedures equipment and supplies and special procedures such As vac done to fight it. Switch to the Williamstown 4n t by Resta rant open Friday night repeat shipment of skirts a Basic ally yours 65% Dacron 35% Cotton the classic a line skirt $5.98 sizes 12-20 Brown Navy Cranberry Drysdale free parking armory lot next door ant rooms studio rooms second service and weekly cleaning and laundry. Highlights of the waitress training include what the restaurant business offers the ambitious intelligent woman keys to Success major types of restaurants duties of a waitress both Side work and serving major types of services French English russian and Buffet order of service dining room manners importance of directions organization of management meal settings rules of service table service tray service restaurant sales technique and order of service for breakfast luncheon and dinner. Interested persons should Contact the local office of employment Security at 604 main St., Bennington. Joblessness dips in May Nichols Camp time coming i a girl scout Camp equipment Headquarters visit us in the juvenile shop Only 24-hours remain Friday and saturday 35-hour Sale All $100 off Philcox Inch Fhi Wirts super deluxe electric Range 299 print Lino 6-9-12 it. Several patterns so. Cd. Stair carpet bring your measurements y 795 t outdoor furniture table an Bench set one Only one piece 14 88 double deck cot $ a m 89 Alum. Frame Green Duck 24 was 39.95 Lawn swing and table combination four �?T29 Bennington Banner thursday june 17, 1985�?3 mid Lelm by 5th in peace corpsmen Middlebury a Middlebury College ranks fifth in the nation among Small colleges in producing peace corps volunteers it was announced this week in Washington. Middlebury with 42 of its alumni now engaged in or recently having completed a tour of duty with the peace corps is in fifth place with 30.7 volunteers per 1,000 enrolment. Heading the list of Small colleges is Swarthmore followed by Carleton College College of Wooster and Pomona College. Stanford ranks first in the Large University class. Students from Middlebury have served in 22 different countries around the world. Insured unemployment in the Bennington area averaged 4.4 per cent compared to a statewide rate of 3.0 per cent during May according to a report released today by Frank h. Mud Gett unemployment insurance manager of the local office of the department of employment Security. The May rate compared with 6.7 per cent in april and 5.3 per cent in May a year ago. New unemployment or shortened hours of work caused the filing of 99 initial claims for state unemployment insurance. This was a substantial decrease from april a total of 201. Workers from the following industries accounted for the most new claims apparel 27, service and private households 14, and contract construction 12. Weeks of continued unemployment claimed in May averaged 331, compared with 472 in the preceding month and 386 in the corresponding period last year. Hagerman Here i come world in an All important moment tuesday night at Bennington High school senior Leslie Wager receives her diploma from Franklin a. Riley president of the Board of trustees of the Bennington graded school District. At right Diane m. Whitney who had been president of the class of 1965 during All four High school years reads off the names of her classmates As they come Forward. Next to her is Beni principal half s. Kates who also assisted with the presentation of the diplomas. Or wallets gift i de As for fathers Day electric shavers All makes at discount prices cuff links amp tie bar sets or Civ him a Fin watch by Hamilton a # Elgin Etma a Croton Paul Hurlburt Beni 65, joins Banner for summer Duval signed Hollywood up a new York stage Star Robert Duval signed to play Janice rules husband in a the a key cases amp chains a travel bar a watch bands a barometers All specially gift wrapped from your gift a of quart a Noveck Shultz inc Tel. Ut-69�6 a i Paul r. Hurlburt or. Of 206 Putnam St., Bennington who has completed his Sophomore year at Brown University in Providence r j., has joined the staff of the Banner As a reporter for the summer. A 1963 graduate of Bennington High school Hurlburt is a son of or. And mrs. Paul r. Hurlburt or. His sister Lillian was graduated this week from Beni and expects to enter Skidmore College in Saratoga n.y., this fall. Hurlburt has been a member of the staff of his College newspaper the Brown daily Herald. His duties on the Banner will be varied including reporting and photography occasional play reviews some desk work that includes cop Reading and headline writing and vacation Relief. This is the fifth consecutive summer the Banner has had a College student on its staff and Hurlburt is the first Bennington Ian to get the Job. His predecessors have included William 11 main Street Bennington Vermont %5s5555555&5&&5ss5s?5sss5iss5sssss Florsheim i Paul r. Hurlburt Barry of Williams College Michael Goodkind of Dartmouth and Leon Shilton of Trinity College in Hartford Conn. It. Librarians elects slate of officers i Nadj furniture co. 519-525-529 main Street Bennington phone 442-5346 a open Friday evenings Stowe a Ben Bowman director of libraries at the University of Vermont was elected president of the Vermont Library association at its annual meeting monday and tuesday at the toll House Lodge in Stowe. More than 130 librarians and about 20 trustees and friends attended. Other officers named were miss Kathleen Geary librarian of the Fletcher free Library in Burlington vice president miss Helen Brown librarian of the Illsley Public Library in Middlebury Secretary and mrs. Lillian Sappio of the Middlebury College Library treasurer. It was announced that two free Public Library service scholarships Are still available. The annual presentation of the 1965 Dorothy Canfield Fisher memorial children a Book award was made by mrs. Elena Horton executive Secretary of the free Public Library service. The recipient was Sterling North of new Hampshire who won the vote of Vermont a school children with his Book a a due to illness of the author the award was received by Willis Inman of . Dutton publishing co. The membership voted unanimously in favor of a Resolution supporting a $75 million Federal allotment for fiscal 1966 for Library services and construction. A Bill authorizing $35 million has recently been passed by the . House of representatives. The Vermont Library association Resolution advocating the $75 foreign students polish i it bullish at St. Michael s Winooski Park a More than-200 students from some 20 countries Are expected at St. Michael a College this weekend. They Register june 21 in the intensive English for foreign student program. Since its founding in 1954, nearly 4,000 students from 65 countries have come to St. Michael a to learn or to polish their English to get into american colleges or universities. Prof. Ernest a. Boulay founder and director of the program said he expects a heavy enrolment in the Institute for teachers of English As a second language. St. Michael a also offers a master of arts degree in the teaching of English As a second language. Million figure will the proper officials ton. Be sent to in washing 418 main St. Uni old a / shoes a Home of Buster Brown shoes Quinn Deal Hollywood up a Anthony Quinn has entered into a co production Deal with Mach Al cac Yannis who directed him in a Zorba the / 1865-Grant meets Lee at Appomattox 1880-Idaho becomes state 1915-Alexander Graham Bell makes first Telephone Call a Century of useful Beauty up in smoke 9 out of 10 Forest fires Are caused by people who done to follow Smokey a abcs. When carelessness destroys our forests it destroys our wildlife and the priceless watershed that holds Back flood Waters. It takes a lifetime for a Forest to recover done to be careless. Always hold matches till cold be sure to drown All fires i a crush All smokes dead out please. Only you can prevent Forest fires

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