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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - May 20, 1963, Bennington, Vermont Bennington Banner monday May 20, 1963-3 of c convention picks a amp Sman new state Dep Tity elected to office during the weekend state convention of the knights of Columbus were suited right Charles Jasman of Montpelier state Deputy with Frank l. Wagner Burlington left who held the position last year. In rear from left Are William Hebert Winooski state treasurer Thomas King Winooski state Warden the Rev. Gerald e. Duford use of St. Michael a College state chaplain Kenneth Littlefield state Secretary and mid g. Morrissey Bennington state advocate. Vermont conducting inspection of outdoor advertising signs at the knights of Columbus state convention saturday banquet at the Paradise restaurant Are from left mrs. R. Cummings sr., Robert Cummings jr., Bishop Robert Joyce Frank l. Wagner 1962 state Deputy and mrs. Wagner. Staff photos read state women voters to meet at Stowe Montpelier a inspection of outdoor advertising in Vermont is now under Way according Toan announcement today by Secretary of state Howard e. Armstrong. Armstrong listed the following information concerning this Type of advertising to avoid misunderstandings about the outdoor advertising Law no commercial advertising sign for which a License is required by Law should be erected before a permit is secured from the Secretary of state. A common violation of this Law is failure to show the name of the sign owner on signs displaying advertising matter and failure old Ironsides set to go to the fair Boston apr despite opposition from local promotional groups Quot old Ironsides Quot the world s oldest warship still in commission appears headed for a temporary berth at the 1964 new York world s fair. A spokesman at first naval District Headquarters was quoted today As saying the Navy is studying the possibility of towing the warship which won Fame during the War of 1812, from its Boston berth to Flushing Meadows ., site of the worlds fair. The Boston Globe quoted the spokesman As saying last night several messages have come from the White House concerning the frigate officially named uss Constitution. The spokesman told tha newspaper Quot we Are Pur suing All channels. The president asked if the ship could be sailed to new York. If this costs too much we May Tow it. Quot then the draft of the Channel in Flushing has to be measured to find out whether it can take co attach in readily legible form the Metal number tag issued with each permit. All commercial advertising must be Back from the Center of the travelled part of the Highway As Many linear feet As there Are Square feet in the face of the sign with a minimum of 35 feet if located outside a City incorporated Village thickly settled or business part of town. No commercial advertising signs can be erected within 300 feet of a Highway intersection Railroad crossing cemetery or playground outside a City incorporated Village thickly settled or business part of town. All commercial advertising signs must be licensed by the Secretary of state each year except those within 500 feet of where the goods advertised Are manufactured or offered for Sale or where the business advertised is carried on. Armstrong said that when these "500-foot&Quot signs Are erected outside of a City or incorporated Village they must not be located nearer than to feet from the Edge of the travelled part of the Highway. When a sign is licensed Armstrong said a Metal number tag is issued and this tag must be securely fastened to the face or front support of the sign. This number tag affords a measure of Protection against vandalism. When a new sign is erected it must be outside the limits of the state Highway system because it is the policy of the state Highway Board not to allow commercial advertising structures within such limits. Armstrong also said 62 towns and cities have filed with him certified copies of their ordinances restricting outdoor advertising in their municipalities and he Calls attention to the Law that no state permits will be issued by his office permitting the erection of any new Structure in the municipalities hereafter unless the applicants for permits first secure approval of the Board of selectmen or ordinance officer in the town where the new Structure is to be erected. He emphasized that a person shall not Post or paint a sign advertisement or notice on a Telegraph Telephone or electric Light pole or Public Shade tree. This Type of violation is extremely common and ignorance of the outdoor advertising Law is probably the reason. More Complete information May be obtained by contacting Armstrong a office in Montpelier. Stowe a More than 150 league of women voters of Vermont and guests will meet Here May 22 and 23 for their state league convention at the Lodge at smugglers notch. The convention will open with registration and Coffee at 10 30 . Wednesday and will adjourn before lunch thursday. The Barre league is hostess. Or. Robert Babcock University of Vermont professor will be guest speaker at the dinner wednesday evening. His topic will be Quot Vermont at a the breakfast speaker thursday morning will be or. . Haugen a Ulm professor and director of the University a govern ment Clearing House. His topic will be Quot Road map for the election of officers and members of the new Vermont state Board will be held at the final business session thursday. Chairman of the convention is mrs. Harold Dean of Middlebury. Chairmen of arrangements Are mrs. David Duke of Barre and mrs. Ward Phelps of Montpelier. Among those attending from the Bennington area Are mrs. L. W. Gillette mrs. Lee Shoemaker mrs. James Bullard mrs. Henry Grimm mrs. Richard Fraden Burgh mrs. Clarence Howard and mrs. Lillian Kleine. Area residents write to Khrushchev continued from Page i Quot Bennington Vermont . Quot Premier Nikita Khrushchev Moscow . Quot dear sir Quot the undersigned have watched with deep concern the prolonged negotiations for an agreement to end the testing of nuclear weapons. We Are pleased that As a result of concessions made by both your government and ours there is Hope that a treaty will be signed. Quot we urge that you make this Hope a reality by accepting the american proposal that the treaty provide for seven annual inspections in the soviet Union instead of the three that you have already offered. The increase of the number of inspections from three to seven surely cannot jeopardize the Security of the soviet Union but it can help to make a test ban treaty acceptable to the United states Senate. Since ratification of a treaty by the Senate is required under our Constitution this is an important consideration that should be taken into account. Quot sincerely yours a a who eight chs students set for girls boys state the the idea of using the warships women like Stamps o fair Avvis Felt a a o fir of As a fair exhibit was first suggested to sen. Edward m. Kennedy d-mass., a few weeks ago. However the new England Council a regional promotional organization and the greater Boston chamber of Commerce strongly opposed moving the vessel. Both groups noted Quot old Ironsides Quot attracts thousands of tour its to its berth at Charlestown Navy Yard. Old Ironsides was launched in 1797. It was rebuilt in 1833 and again in 1927�?in the latter Case with $400,000 raised by the nations school children. New York up a trading Stamps mean More to women than just the things they get for them a noted psychiatrist says. Or. Louis r. Hott medical director of Karen Homey clinic says trading Stamps play an important role in women s lives. Quot Many housewives need some external recognition of achievement which May accentuate their homemaking skills Quot or. Hott said. Quot saving for items through redemption of gifts fulfils this particular eight Bennington Catholic High school students have been chosen to take part in the annual Green Mountain girls state and boys state according to the Rev. Vincent Spinelly principal. To represent chs at girls state Are Mary Brunina Eileen Stockman and Gloria Charest. Alternates Are Ellen Toomey Kathleen Torrisi and Barbara Paquin. Girls state will be held june 16-22 at Vermont College in Montpelier. To represent chs at boys state at Norwich University will be David Humphreys Michael Chechile Brian Pizzano Joseph Kennedy and David Chaffin. Alternates Are Daniel Abbott Charles Williamson and Robert Buck. These students were chosen by the faculty which considered the following qualifications leadership character interest in politics and government scholarship cooperation and physical fitness. Each student taking part is expected to return Home for his final year of High school willing to report pm the weeks activities and to accept leadership responsibilities next year. The stated purpose of Vermont girls and boys state is to provide citizenship training for High school students to give them an Opportunity to live together As self governing citizens and to inform them of duties and privileges of american citizenship. Bennington area residents signed the letter Are Bennington f. Ellwood Allen Paul a. Benjamin Frances s. Benjamin Robert b. Condon John Eckwall . Eddington Charles Fienberg Oakley t. Frost j. Goodall Hutton Armand Lampron Francis e. Morrissey Abraham Noveck Lloyd Oppen Heimer George d. Pierce . Vander veer Rush welter. North Bennington Els Golbin Jane Handy John Handy jr., Beverly Rosen Stanley Rosen Ursula Scott Wallace p. Scott. Shaftsbury Irving Adler Ruth Adler Elsie Ehrich Rev. . Macdonald Hazel e. Macdonald John w. Schomaker Marie b. Schomaker Bradford Smith Ellen k. Viereck. Pownal Grace h. Patterson. Norte Pownal Emile Bisson Richard Bisson Dorothy Good fellow Sarah Morrison Fern m. Olson or. And mrs. Or in Peck Ham or. And mrs. Dan Petti Bone Dorothy Pudvar Richard Pudvar Robert Pudvar Earl Tudor. Williamstown Lottie Lillie. Delegates to the 65th annual knights of Columbus state convention Here last weekend transacted business at meetings Satur Day and sunday but reserved Friday and saturday evenings for pleasure and relaxation. The main order of business was the election of new state officers sunday afternoon. Charles Jasman of Montpelier was chosen to succeed Frank l. Wagner of Burlington As state Deputy the state organizations highest office. The delegates also elected William Hebert of Winooski state treasurer Thomas King of Winooski state Warden Rev. Gerard Duford chaplain of St. Michael a College in Winooski state chaplain and Kenneth Littlefield of Waterbury state Secretary. Gerald e. Morrissey of 228 Dewey St., Bennington was elected state advocate to reportedly become the first Bennington Ian to rain fails to cancel Garden tour the annual House and Garden tour presented by the Bennington Garden club saturday went on despite the inclement weather. And a substantial sum will go to Flowers is services of the veterans hospitals according to co chairmen mrs. Wilbur c. Rice and mrs. Fabian w. Kunzelmann. Many members from out of state clubs were registered in the various groups included from most towns in the berkshires from the new York capital area Glens Falls As in past years the visitors also were from several parts of the state. First Home or the tour was the colonial House built in 1790, the former Home of gov. Tache nor and now that of mrs. T. Garry Buckley in old Bennington. The other Homes toured were those of mrs. L. Alden Graves of Elm Street where there was a display of african violets mrs. Thomas Colwell Thomas of pleasant Street built in 1846 by Julius Norton of Bennington pottery Fame and where a collection of China and Silver was shown mrs. John h. Hamlin 20th Century farmhouse where Morgan horses Are in training mrs. George d. Hughey of old Bennington which was built in 1940, example of compact new England House. A highlight was the guests visit to Bennington museum where visitors had an Opportunity to View the collection of old Bennington pottery and Early new England Glass As Well As Many historical items. Despite the rain some braved the rain to View the 50-year-old Garden of miss Ruth h. Eddy of old Bennington and also the Garden of mrs. Edward p. Jennings also in old Bennington which was redesigned to fit Hillside terrain with Stone Walls and unusual fencing. Chairmen of the key committees were mrs. Patrick Gordon see Garden tour continued on Page to Ulm author cites teaching problems in eleven years ago when we opened the four chimneys As a restaurant the chimneys were painted a Bright red for the sole purpose of attracting attention and identification. We vowed then the chimneys would not be painted again until we established a top flight and class restaurant. In the last five years we have been recommended by life Holiday and Ford times magazines plus other magazines and newspapers too numerous too mention. The tops however was the four Star rating Given us by Mobil travel guide last year Only 57 restaurants in the United states received this Honor. This year eleven years later we painted the four chimneys again but this time the red was not quite so Bright. Beni students will see Stratford Shakespeare by Lynne Davis Beni Catamount one Hundred and thirty six Bennington High school students teachers and Parent Drivers will leave Hie Day morning for the american Shakespeare festival theater production of Quot King Lear Quot at Stratford Conn. As in previous years 39 students will go in the school bus women of Moose regular meeting was held wednesday with mrs. Ruby White As chairman. Snacks were served afterwards. Mrs. White also received the Surprise gift. Sunday the men of the Lodge and worm jointly will hold memorial services at 2 . At Moose Hall. Co workers should be at the Hall by 1 45. At 8 . June 5 election of officers will take place. Mrs. Marne Church will be chairman for the chapter night program. Academy of Friendship will be the project for june. Senior Regent Isabelle la Barge has announced that installation of officers will be on wednesday june 19. Dues should be sent to Anna Bahan recorder North Branch Street. Driven by Myron Woodard and 16 in private cars. Drivers will be Charles Comstock Kirby White mrs. John mock mrs. Richard Davis miss Grace Crofton mrs. Peter Donavan mrs. Lewis Carpenter Philip Noyes mrs. Carroll Killen Ray Aja Gordon Garrison mrs. Harlow Matz Rev. Melvin Mcgaughey mrs. Phil Hall mrs. Waldo Holden and mrs. Ray Bergquist. While at Straf Ord students will have time to see the shakespearean museum containing a Model of Shakespeare sold Globe theater and costumes worn in previous shakespearean productions. Thirty of the honors class in English will leave at 6 45 . To see the morning production of Quot the comedy of others will leave at 8 25 from Beni. For the first time this year the Shakespeare festival has sent study guide booklets for the plays to be seen. The 20-Page brochure is designed to be read and studied before the students attend the performance. It gives an explanation of elizabethan comedy particularly Quot the comedy of errors Quot As Well As identification of characters a summary of the plot study questions and activities for individual and class use. Burlington a a Book of problems for which the author admits the Quot solutions Are often in doubt and the answers obscure Quot is the latest work of a University of Vermont professor of education. Or. Frank l. Steeves Book is Quot issues in student teaching Quot a casebook with related problems in teacher education. It is published by Oddyssey press inc. Of new York which also published Steeves first Book Quot fundamentals of teaching in secondary Steeves Book describes Case study As a method of teaching and learning and presents four groups of cases entering pm problems in the areas of Basic concepts and patterns in supervised student teaching relationships during student teaching administrative and supervisory problems and placement and follow up. In All 35 cases and problems Are presented. The Book is designed to be used by professional persons who car crash causes $200 Worth damage about $200 property damage but no injuries were reported in the Only Accident handled by the state police from the Shaftsbury Barracks this weekend. Vehicles operated by Malcolm g. Blodgett 24, of 303 Elm St. And Irving f. Moffit sr., 73, of Brattleboro collided at the Junction of East Road and lovers Lane about 2 15 . Sunday. Blodgett was driving a 1959 Chevrolet station Wagon owned by Hutchinson s garage of Bennington and was travelling North on East Road and Moffit was going East pm lovers Lane in a 1954 Chevrolet when the Accident occurred. There was about $125 damage to the Blodgett vehicle and about $75 damage to the Moffit car. Work with College students during student teaching and other Field experiences and primarily As a textbook source for the course or workshop planned expressly for supervising teachers. It May also serve Steeves feels to focus discussion among teachers in service and others who Are interested in exploring the problems of student teaching. Much of the Content is pertinent also from the student teachers Point of View he believes. It is in keeping with this general design that the Book does l. D. Tolls Washington up a Long distance toll business of the Telephone Industry probably will double during this decade the Independent Telephone association said today. Not seek to pose answers but rather to set Forth typical easel problems for discussion by those who will use the Book. Steeves who joined the Vermont faculty in 1958, is a graduate of Boston University where he also earned the de. M. And de. D. From Boston University and has done Post doctoral study at Columbia. He has taught at Manchester Conn., High school at Boston University at St. Cloud minn., teachers College where he was supervisor in student teaching at the University of North Dakota where he was a director of student teaching and at Paterson n.j., state College where he was director of student teaching placement and follow up. He is a native of Kennebunkport Maine and makes his Home now in Burlington. Why we do it Many people asked this question when we announced that we were lowering our record prices. Our answer is that the list Price on records of no longer realistic. So we Are making these new Low prices our everyday year round prices. Buy where you get Low prices plus service Noveck Shultz inc. 411 main St. Bennington it. Hold a state office in the organization in 25 years. More than 300 delegates members and guests among them gov. Philip h. Hoff the most Rev. Robert f. Joyce d.d., Bishop of Burlington and the it. Rev. Msgr. Gerald Dupont president of St. Michael a College attended the convention banquet saturday night at the Paradise restaurant. The banquet was strictly informal after the Days business meeting. Bennington town selectman Clayton Daigneault welcomed the delegates on behalf of the Community. Toastmaster Robert e. Cummings or. Introduced guests who gave Brief Light hearted talks. Bishop Joyce is reported to have said later that he had never gotten so Many laughs from so few words in his entire life. After the banquet the delegates their wives friends and guests went to the k of c rooms at 331 main St. Where they danced to the music of the keynotes a five piece band from Hoosick Falls ., for the rest of the evening. Two delegates from each of the 27 k of c councils in the state registered in the local councils rooms Friday night and saturday morning. Some 150 delegates and persons remained for an in formal Gety together Friday night to dance sing and get acquainted with other delegates and local members. Saturday while their husbands were attending business sessions the wives of delegates took a tour of the holy Cross novitiate and the Green Mountain Park race track where they ate lunch. They left Bennington about la . And returned about 4 . See Story below sunday afternoon the ladies were invited to a Tea by the Bennington Council ladies at the Catholic daughters rooms at 505 main t. The delegates attended two masses one saturday morning which was offered by father Duford newly elected state chaplain in the sacred heart Church and one sunday morning which was offered by father William Hammond. Father Duford gave sundays Sermon. All delegates officers and members received communion sunday Quot to insure the Success of the convention and to Honor deceased Brothers. A quartet composed of Ned Winslow Chester Bronson Harry Hurley and Joseph Mcdonough Sang several hymns during the mass. Coffee and doughnuts were see convention continued on Page to ladies toured Bennington and the new race track the women at the knights of Columbus state convention this weekend were entertained by a tour of Bennington a visit to holy Cross novitiate a tour of Vermont a first Racetrack in Pownal attendance at the banquet and dance and a Tea. Three busloads and also private cars left the k of c Hall Early saturday afternoon. At the novitiate the Rev. William j. Beston spoke briefly explaining the history of the site. Edward Bowmaker Public relations director at the Racetrack talked to the group and the guests were entertained at lunch in the track clubhouse. Returning to Bennington they attended the banquet at Paradise restaurant where More than 300 were gathered and the dance followed at k of c Hall. The Tea sunday afternoon at the Catholic daughters rooms concluded the program. Mrs. Robert e. Cummings was chairman. Hostesses were mrs. William Hurley mrs. James de Long and mrs. Gerald e. Morrissey who also poured assisted by mrs. Thomas Donovan mrs. Harry Hurley and mrs. Mason Amadon. Others assisting included mrs. Jerry Keough mrs. Leo Plourde mrs. Max Perrotta mrs. Anthony Lombardo mrs. Frank Kelley mrs. Leonard Anzivino and mrs. Edward p. Mahar. Rent a tool dept. 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