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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - May 14, 1963, Bennington, Vermont Young Artisan Leslie Winn of 244 Grandview St. Showed visitors to the to bin studio Art exhibit Friday night How she makes stained Glass by pasting chips of broken coloured Glass on rectangular pieces of Clear Glass. The Walls of the rooms in the second congregational Church in which the exhibit was held were covered with paintings by youngsters and grownups who take part in the studio s program which is directed by Koziol and mrs. Barbara Robbins. Staff photo Buckler Rokeby site for Robinson memorial meeting i read the Back of new i arks a pack and tried them on the spot but it was rewarding flavor that made a Lark smoker out of me to bin studio exhibit Jock Irons second from left carves a design in a linoleum Block at an exhibit Friday night of the work of the children and adults who take part in the arts and crafts classes o the to bin studio. The linoleum blocks can be used to print designs on paper when they Are properly placed on the printing press on the table. Watching the artist at work Are Jan Hadwen of 122 Grandview St., left Malcolm Irons of 215 Grandview St. An Susan Miller of 225 Washington ave., right. Staff photo Buckler classifieds capture Cash Bennington Banner tuesday May 14, 1963-7 of Neillis drama booked by Williamstown theatre Williamstown Long Days journey into night Quot will be presented by the Williamstown summer theatre during its ninth consecutive season july 5 through aug. 31, in the Adams memorial Thea if of Williams College. Special permission to do the Eugene o Neill drama took three years of negotiation with his estate. Because the play is longer than average a special curtain time of 8 . Will be observed. The play deals with the effect of the father a once Well known actor and the Mother left an addict by Long illness on their two sons one of whom is be motor court maps Chester a the National Survey of Chester has announced publication of the 1963 motor court maps. These maps Combine a practical travel map and a dependable guide to the better Motel and motor court accommodations. New England motor court map no. I covers All of new England and Eastern new York. Eastern motor court map no. 2 covers a Large natural touring area including All of new York Pennsylvania new Jersey Ontario and parts of adjoining states. Motorists May obtain copies of the new maps by sending 25 cents for each map desired to the National Survey Chester it. Queved to be modelled after o Neill. O Neill s play Drew the strongest favourable response in a questionnaire the Williamstown theatre has circulated. The other top three vote getters were Quot a Man for All seasons Quot Quot Odad poor dad and Quot the Cherry the theater will do Quot the Cherry Orchard Quot the Chekov masterpiece about an impoverished aristocratic Sian family and its attempts to save the estate and Way of life. Nikos spa Haropoulos executive director is still negotiating for Quot a Man for All seasons Quot but Quot of Etc Quot is not available. The Only other Strong preference shown in the questionnaire was for Quot a musical. A suitable musical is being sought to close the season As has been the custom in recent years. Under Strong consideration for the schedule Are Shaw s Quot Man and Superman Quot and two one act plays by Edward Albee. Dairy Queen contest to be held sunday Randolph a the Vermont state Grange Dairy Queen and Talent contest will be held at Randolph Center at i ., sunday. There will be a Chicken Barbecue and ice Cream party beginning at 11 30 . Visitors Are invited to bring their own lunches and milk will be served without charge by the Dairy Queen committee. Ferrisburg a the annual meeting of the Rowland e. Robinson memorial association will be held at Rokeby pm . 7 Here at 2 . Sunday. Robinson selections will be read by prof. Duane l. Robinson of Middlebury and by mrs. Raymond s. Brainerd of Brandon. Mrs. Elsie b. Chatterton of Vergennes will give a report pm the Robinson Library which she catalogued last summer. The association which reports it has gained about 50 new members during the past year will elect officers during a Brief business meeting. It is hoped that Rokeby Home of the famed Vermont author can be opened As a memorial museum this summer. A floating colleges plans 2 trips appearing at Church Here Raleigh Harris and his wife Lorraine Are being featured tonight and wednesday in the Spring spiritual life conference sponsored by the missionary Alliance Church on Crescent Boulevard. Belgian youth to join staff of Camp Abnaki Burlington a Josef de Jaeger 22, of Popering Belgium has been named to the 1963 staff of Camp Abnaki resident summer Camp of the new England area Myca operated by the state committee of Vermont Yucas. Dejaegher comes to the Camp through the International Camp Counselor s program of the Myca. He will be a senior Counselor and in charge of the Archery program. A student at a commercial High school in Ware Gem Belgium Dejaegher has been a Counselor at Belgium Camps and in 1961 he was a participant in the an Glo Belgium cultural holidays. Camp Abnaki opens ifs 62nd season june 30 with an enrolment of 125 campers and 45 staff members. Abnaki is located on like Champlain in North hero. Openings Are still available at Camp Abnaki except that the senior unit is full for the first two weeks. This unit is for campers from 13 to 15 years of age. Sol. Perron serves with spare units Patrick fab Fla. A staff sgt. Richard b. Perron of Bennington vt., will have a role or carrying out the responsibilities of the air Force systems command in connection with the project Mercury 9 space flight today of astronaut maj. Leroy Gordon Cooperjr. Sgt. Perron is an electronics countermeasure operator in the 6550th operations group Here. The group will provide air Force Crews to operate radar direction finding and other electronics equipment in support of the space flight. During the flight aircraft from the unit will serve As airborne relay Points for transmissions Between Cooper s spacecraft and Mercury control. The sergeant son of or. And mrs. Richard v. Perron of 118 county St., Bennington is a graduate of Bennington High school. Sergeant Perrott s wife Betty is the daughter of or. And mrs. Cecil Wilcox of red i West Arlington. Can t blame pm Cedar pm Utah up a the people in Cedar City want to change the name of the Street where their new Hosp Quot Al is being bulk. Of the name is not changed. Valley View medical Center will in located on journey s end St. Spiritual conference under Way a husband wife musical team who play a variety of instruments Are being featured in a Spring spiritual life conference under Way this week at the missionary Alliance Church on Crescent Boulevard. Or. And mrs. Raleigh Harris Are the featured musicians. They Are on a tour of new England churches and made their first appearance at the conference s opening meeting sunday evening. The musical portion of the conference meetings today and wednesday begins at 7 30 . The Rev. Gordon Cathey pastor of the Christian and missionary Alliance Church of White Plains n.y., is main speaker for the weekend services tonight wednesday and thursday. The Public is invited. St. Lawrence selects Hodgman for Institute Bruce c. Hodgman of 9il Gage St., who teaches French at Bennington High school has been selected to participate in St. Lawrence University s third summer Institute for secondary school teachers of French sponsored by the . Office of education under the language development program of the National defense education act. Hodgman was one of 300 teachers who applied for admission. Of this number 52 have been selected. The majority Are from the Northern new York and Vermont areas. Each Institute participant who teaches in a Public school will receive a weekly stipend of $75, plus an additional $15 weekly per dependent. Room and Board fees will be charged by the University. There will be no tuition fees. The Institute will be in session from june 27 to aug. 14 and is one of 82 similar language institutes Here and abroad. This summer 5,000 language teachers will participate in the intensive training program which these institutes ofter. The St. Lawrence University Institute in Canton n.y., has been established As a Center for retraining qualified teachers a1 French in both the practical aspects of the language and in the new methods of foreign language teaching. The participants will devote of by a to six hours Dally to formal class study will live in a French language House and Dine together at language tables in separate dining facility. D u r i ng1963-1964 former president Dwight d. Eisenhower has met with officials of a new and unique Quot floating University Quot which during the later part of this year and Early in 1964, will enable some 1,000 graduate and undergraduate students to visit 17 countries As part of their regular academic College program. Eisenhower said that two special educational trips around the world Are now being developed within the theme of the Quot people to people Quot program. They Are designed to Foster understanding through personal Contact Between students of various countries. The voyages Are sponsored by the University of the seven seas a nonprofit educational institution incorporated in California. Sailings Are from new York aboard the 12,574-ton is seven seas on oct. 22, 1963, returning to san Diego calif., feb. 8, 1964, and from san Diego on feb., la 1964, returning to new York on june 9, 1964. The ship operated by the Europe Canada line for which hol land America line is general passenger agent will have Complete classroom facilities. The curriculum will offer courses in Basic subjects including Geog Phy history anthropology Langr a Ages literature political science Etc. The faculty will be composed of 35 members from leading universities throughout the world. Tuition for each of the two semesters is $400 and rates for each of the University voyages Range from $1,590. 5,906 a rays taken by Mobile unit Burlington a the Vermont tuberculosis and health association reports that 5,906 Chest a rays were done in the recent Survey. The bus Type Mobile unit began april 15 in Derby line and proceeded South on . 5 to Brattleboro Over a two week period. Of the total taken 2,752 were taken at Industrial locations 2,-623 were taken of the general Public and 531 were taken of Pat lets and employees of the Brattleboro Retreat. They May be out of practice Virginia Beach a. Apr the Man who goes to Church on sunday instead of the Golf course got his Reward Here. The Virginia Baptist men s conference opened with a Golf tournament. Quot we decided on the Golf tournament As a Reward for those who Are faithful to their Church responsibilities and do not play Golf on sunday Quot said the Rev. George l. Euting executive Secretary of the state brotherhood. 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