Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives May 1 1963, Page 8

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - May 1, 1963, Bennington, Vermont 8-Benningtow Banner wednesday May i 1963 amp Ops installs . Aid Story worthy Matron and Patron Shaftsbury variety show benefits scout troop31 league meets in Manchester by Nancy i. Otis Manchester a members of the Bennington league of women voters who Are currently appealing for support of foreign economic Aid were told yesterday a not to be alarmed if there was a cutback this year Quot by William g. Rhoads assistant professor of Williams College. Speaking at a joint luncheon meeting of the Bennington Brandon and Chester leagues at the Colburn House Rhoads said a the foreign Aid Agency has been asked to do too much too soon and it must become better organized on a justifiable basis. But it does no to mean that plans have been the professor who was introduced by mrs. Lee shoe maker president of the Bennington league outlined ways in which american Aid is helping the world and explained what types of countries should be assisted under what circumstances and with How much Aid. He has recently returned from a tour of South America in connection with his work As director of admissions for the Center for development of economics at Williams. The main premise of prof Fessor Rhoads talk was that a foreign Aid is Only useful when it is supplied to a nation that is going to help the . Government and most economists reject the idea he said that we owe underdeveloped countries our support out of simple humanity a just because we have More than they do. Foreign Aid is nothing More than Good business on the part of the .�?� speaking of Many of the Over populated poverty stricken South american nations the professor said that a it is to our own interest to have them be self sufficient and self reliant because the . Will thrive Best in this Independent countries wanting our help must have a plan for development Rhoads told the 40 women voters present. A we will review the plan and if we feel they Are qualified Well give the Aid. But we should withdraw the Aid if the country is not moving in the right direction and is not a Good commercial for those countries determined to make Progress it will be necessary for both the people and the governments to be Thrifty and invest their current income. They must find new exports that Are in demand and perhaps Start making the things they have been importing. As underdeveloped nations Start infant industries they must have a Good Market which can be accomplished by a collaboration of latin american of enlisted studies photography Lackland fab Tex. A airman Samuel g. Graham la son of or. And mrs. Samuel g. Graham of 7 school St., Williamstown mass., is being reassigned to Lowry fab colo., for technical training As a us of photographer. The airman is a former student at it. Greylock High school. Arlington Ann Marsh Tel. Do 5-2s1w Gordon Woodard is now Able to be out some each Day following an Accident he suffered three weeks ago when he had a bad fall from his truck. He has been under treatment for broken ribs sprained shoulder arms and Back. Many friends have visited him during his confinement to his Home. A bin Irry otmndu00. Remember a you get double triple a a so Blue Stamps every wednesday grand Union Empire no minimum Purchase necessary countries As a free Trade area. The . Can help by a a soft or foreign currency Loans for 20 year periods which would be repaid in local currency not dollars. When once repaid the Money could be re loaned. For countries that can use even More capital Well a we could give them some out and out Rhoads completed his talk with a question and answer period. At a Short business meeting mrs. William Gillette of Bennington brought members up to Date on the leagues support of the Simpson Bill h64 in the Vermont House of representatives favouring the principle of equalization of grand list. Groups from league in the state Are expected to be a Montpelier today on their annual a league legislative Day to talk with representatives opposing the Bill As voting is expected soon. Mrs. Thomas Brockway of Bennington appealed for action from her fellow members in writing Vermont a representatives in Washington of their views in support of foreign Aid. The annual meeting for the election of officers of the Bennington league of women voters will be saturday May la at the Paradise restaurant. Bennington county senator Eugene v. Clark will be the speaker. Many members of the group Are expected to go to Stowe May 22 and 23 for the state convention professor Rhoads Speaks mrs. Ii Armon Thurston. Left president of Brandon league of Hemen voters and mrs. Lee Shoemaker president of the Bennington league of women voters listen to professor William to. Rhoads of Williams College As he expounds on the l a. Foreign Aid situation at the leagues meeting tuesday afternoon. Otis Manchester a mrs. Edgar w. Johnson and Oakley k. Porter were installed As worthy Matron and worthy Patron of Adoniram chapter no. 22, Public ceremonies tuesday night at the masonic Hall. Because of the new worthy matrons Long association with the first Baptist Church a Small choir of children from that Church paid tribute to her in song. Singing were Rudy and Bonnie Van Veghten and Keith Gregory Geoffrey and Scott Porter. The Porter boys also rendered three hymns As a special feature of their fathers installation. Other new officers who shared in the installation were associate Matron Madeline Harwood associate Patron Stanley Hinkley Secretary Christine Waller treasurer Mary Brown conduct Ress Marjorie Porter associate conduct Ress Ada Rumney organist Laura Harwood marshal Jeannette Lawrence Adah Joyce Hurley Ruth Veronica Mcfall Esther Patricia Robinson Martha Mary Waters Electa Catherine Holden chaplain Muriel Hicks warder Nadine Hayes Sentinel Edward Slanetz. Installing officers of the evening were Margaret Marsden installing Matron who will also serve As grand Matron of the grand chapter of Vermont this coming year Paul Todtschinder installing Patron Florence pen Nock installing marshal Dorothy Hartwell installing chaplain and Beverly Hinkley installing organist. Mrs. Frances Scott outgoing worthy Matron was presented with a shield of Honor and gift from her officers which was tendered by mrs. Johnson. The new worthy Matron then received a sheaf of roses from her granddaughter Ruth Johnson East Dorset. Mrs. Muriel Hicks made the presentation of gifts to the new worthy Matron and worthy Patron from their officers during a candlelight ceremony. Rutherford m. Van Veghten the outgoing worthy Patron was unable to be present at the installation. Guests were present from Eastern Star chapters in Bennington Readsboro fair Haven and Rutland. Manchester Nancy Otis Tel. 538 minstrel prizes to add to All the fun of last weekends Lions club minstrel show it was announced by prize chairman Justin Mueller that Fred Pabst and ski school expert Neil Robinson were awarded a pair of ski poles and after ski boots respectively. Other winners were Chuck link shush an a television set mrs. Bernard Dow Manchester depot a pair of skis or. A. Schwind Garfield n.j., transistor radio mrs. R. Fitzgerald Ridgewood n.j., skiers hip Pouch j. Avery Merwin Mang Bester ski boots. Other winners of transistor radios were Donald Goodell son of or. And mrs. Edmund Goodell Manchester Center and Linda Helland daughter of or. And mrs. Rudy Heiland Manchester depot. Rotary speaker Charles h. Grant Pioneer aeronautical Engineer and inventor was guest speaker last week at the rotary club meeting. He gave an unusual history of the air plane especially in its Early stages and through pictures showed new developments and improvements. The rotary club float in the loyalty Day Parade was the responsibility of Herbert v. Trafford. Shaftsbury a the annual variety show sponsored by the mothers auxiliary of boy scout troop no. 31 will be held May 8 at Cole Hall at 7 30 . Young and old alike Are looking Forward to this show which promises to be an evening of outstanding Talent and entertainment with an excellent program planned. Joseph Mcdonough Well known for his capability As a congenial master of ceremonies has again consented to fill this Post. Several of the favourites from past performances will be on hand As Well As Many new Comers to the variety show. Teen age performers in the production Are David Disque Barbara Lawless Roberta Snow Charlene Morin Peters Trio and Phil Elwell. The Well known Princess Crawford who needs no introduction will present two Baton numbers. By popular demand Virginia Andrews will be ret tag to entertain with More of Quot Blase songs. Dancers include a the buttercups from Cecelia Green s studio Judy Denio and Sherrie Jones Susan Chahanovich Joann Wade a Green Mountain wheelers and the a Charleston Erst of Arlington currently seen on Wrob tvs teen age barn. Mrs. Marge Kenyon popular nor Shaft minstrel soloist will entertain with songs and Betty stops Sel will accompany herself on a guitar. Candy and soda will be sold during intermission by members of the scout troop. Two accidents in Manchester Manchester a an Accident took place monday about 2 35 . When a 1962 Buick Sedan hit a Culvert knocking out the underpinning of the abutment near the David Hosley residence on . 7 and went into a tree. Police say the car which sustained total damage to its right front was operated by Walter Krait of Holyoke mass. His wife Elsa is alleged to have injured her right Side with possible rib fractures. She was to the office of or. C. B. Harwood for treatment. A second Accident tuesday at 10 20 . Was reported near the chalet Motel on routes la and 30. Owner and operator of the 1960 Corvair was Charles e. Carpenter 67, fort Edward . His wife Catherine was reported to have received a bump on her right leg but refused treatment. Damage was to the Grill and Hood and to the rear bumper police said. Visit our Blouse bar prices Start at All sizes All colors Wash in Wear Dacron Slacks for men Charm shop Church St. Dial 686-9031 Hoosick Falls North Bennington Elizabeth Dwyer communion breakfast another in the series of communion breakfasts for the men of St. John the Baptist Parish is scheduled for next sunday following the 9 . Mass at the Bennington Catholic High school cafeteria. The speaker will be Rev. Donald Whipple Csc. Reservations for the breakfast May be made through John r. Powers col. . Duh Arael or by calling tile rectory. Mountain Dew the Mountain Dew was solid ice when eight local boy scouts and their Leader stuck their noses out of sleeping liars last saturday morning High up on the West Mountain in Shaftsbury. The boys All patrol leaders of troop 28, accompanied by scoutmaster Harold Shepard drove to Shaftsbury Friday afternoon and hiked up the Trail to the campsite packing tents and overnight equipment. Since parts of the old Trail had washed out or become obliterated by falling Trees the hike up was not without its adventures. The boys report that the ground was a bit hard for sleeping but nobody particularly wanted Tel. 442-4519 to sleep anyway and shortly after Dawn they were up and gathered around the breakfast campfire. The trip Down the Mountain after lunch was somewhat easier As the boys found that Many things can be rolled Down a Mountain that have to be toted on the Way up. Tile overnight hike last weekend served As a kind of dry run for these patrol leaders to fore the big weekend of May 24, when the entire troop will go to hapgood Pond for an a Over two nights hike and camping trip. Those who lived the life of a woodsman last weekend included David Barton Gary Briggs John Briggs George Elwell Jonathan Dwyer Alan legacy John Peckham and Pete Stoothoff. People or. And mrs. Armas Lilje Berg of new York and Shushan sailed monday morning on the is grip Holm from new York City for an extended trip to Finland and the other scandinavian countries. Mrs. Liljeberg is the former Mary Gordon and is a sister of William Gordon and mrs. Tracy Kenyon of North Bennington and mrs. Albert mat Tison of Shaftsbury. How at your first National put your Childs future on your shopping list Wilmington a Dover Carlo Wolfer cub scouts of pack 46 met with their cub master Carl Johnson at the school cafeteria monday night. The Den mothers led the cubs through a series of exhibitions. Mrs. Lee Mcclintock a Den i presented a nature study pertaining to Birds and wildlife. Mrs. Mcclintock registered her boys with the Audubon society Junior members. They have received several informative books from the society. Den 2 with Den mothers mrs. Mary Johnson and mrs. Evelyn Greene introduced an exhibit a above and underneath a pertaining to sea tile and the Earth around it. Mrs. Laurel Stenson a Den 3 presented a skit on travelling in space. The next and final meeting will be held May 27, 7 30 at the cafeteria. At this meeting rewards will be presented and final plans made for the cub scouts picnic some time in june. Forestry technician Edward Rison from the Central District office in Manchester is looping through Southern Vermont checking the forestry a fire tool chests and so acting the fire wardens in each Section. Oks installation about 70 members and guests from surrounding towns attended Ery memorials 517 South Street Bennington Vermont Coll mrs. Ernest h. Javery mrs. Aun h. Fage Tel. To 4-3993 the Semi Public installation of officers of Mayflower chapter ols monday night at the masonic Hall. Installing officers were Matron Shirley permenter District Deputy grand Matron of District 2 in Brattleboro Patron Warren Patrick District Deputy grand Patron District 2 of Jamaica Marshall Eleanor Stebbins of Brattleboro past Matron of the Mayflower chapter organist lat tie Wheeler past Matron of Mayflower chapter vocalist Evelyn Greene past Matron of Mayflower chapter installing chaplain Margaret Hall past Matron of Mayflower chapter. New officers installed were worthy Matron Margarete Dary worthy Patron Lynde Kimball associate worthy Matron Genevieve Rowell associate worthy Patron Lewis Smith Secretary Margaret earner treasurer Dawn Hicks conduct Ress Mary Long associate conduct Ress Shirley Adams chaplain Dorothy Kimball Marshall Verniece sul Livan organist Lattie Wheeler Adah Hilde minor Ruth Ida Cleaver Ester Janet Price Martha Carol Kimball Electa Marjorie Roberge Warden Claire Woods and Sentinel Lloyd Stebbins. A bouquet of roses was presented to the newly installed worthy Matron and Chester Long received the past patrons jewel from the chapter. Each installing officer received a Corsage. Refreshments were served by the hospitality committee Mary hav Relick Evelyn Behrens and Shirley Coombs. The next meeting is scheduled for May 16. The Mountain towns world my diner in Searsburg will re open for the season today. It will be under the management of owner mrs. Alta Davis. 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