Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives May 23 1963, Page 5

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - May 23, 1963, Bennington, Vermont Photographers win awards Barre a among the award recipients at the Vermont professional photographers convention Here sunday and monday were mrs. Carol Foster of North Bennington and Lloyd Oppenheimer of Bennington. M in the character study con Quot test the Lloyd studio owner placed second. Mrs. Foster placed first and second in pictorials and first in woman a portrait. She also placed second in the colouring division. Go doct Arrett of Brattleboro formerly of Bennington placed third in the colouring class. The plaque for the a most perfect print of the year Quot was awarded to e. J. Kirk of Burlington. Provided practice Fulton to. Up a Mary Carlock sprained her ankle at a first Aid meeting. Few t if % to t f f f r la a amp amp Smi St millinery clearance new masonic officers of i. Anthony Lodge 13 of amp am were recently installed left to right a w Howard c Estes Secretary Richard France chaplain . Leon w. Eldred treasurer Fletcher Hall senior Steward Dean Hanson Junior Deacon Donald Stephenson Junior Warden Archie Camp jr., senior Deco it Stanley g. Cleveland worshipful master Walter Dunham organist John e. Maxmillian senior Warden Earl Ballett Tyler Charles e. Mason Marshall Marshall Whitten Junior Steward. Visitors included friends and relatives from new Vork Massachusetts new Hampshire and surrounding Vermont towns. A reception followed with the master s cake prepared by mrs. Wilfred Seymour and designed in masonic Emblem the Square and compasses form. It Pho to Fletcher Hall Ulm author contends All hats reduced %1 p.s8 $395 to$i3 Nichols use our convenient Union Street Entrance amp parking lot despite communist propaganda . Is still main Hope for bulgarians Burlington a the United states remains the a no. I enemy to the communist regime in Bulgaria yet to the people of that country the . Is the leading source of Hope says a University of Vermont economics professor who is a bulgarian native. Writing in the May Issue of a current history a or. L. A. D. Dellin assesses bulgarians current political and economic status. A Magazine of world affairs the May Issue is devoted entirely to East Europe and or. Dellin contributed one of seven articles a Bulgaria under soviet a a Bulgaria a current history baby furniture Sale with shopping bag $995 i folding he stroller a Dun hams 320 Elm St. Rur Mituri inc. Bennington 2-5131 my 3=z 3 and Best wishes cards for graduates Evans main St. News office equip. Inc. Bennington it. Reveals an excessive subservience to the soviets and a retarded process of More nominal than real de Stalin nation a says or. Dellin. A few men of stature who Are Able or willing to offer any meaningful opposition to the soviet leadership have been kept alive or in Power. While the present situation suggests relative Calm and Unity it also shows analysing the most recent events in that country which brought communist party Boss Todor Zsivkov to Power or. Dellin finds that a the corrupt anti National characteristics of applied bulgarian communism is the major reason for the estrangement of the party from the masses. The Clear distinction Between a ours and theirs in everyday reference is most pronounced. Membership in the party by the Young people has dropped to 15 per cent with Village youth admissions practically As to the a new class a dr., Dellin finds Little desire on its part a to share its soviet Given Power and benefits with the masses but whose aversion it cannot mitigate otherwise. Add to this the tight controls Over society As Well As Western helplessness and it will be obvious that enforced communist strength in Gulf Carla is communism a weakness As appraising the economic policies of the regime the Ulm author discovers a deepening imbalance Between Industrial capacity and its Domestic resource base a serious neglect of Light Industry and a setback in agriculture which cannot feed adequately either the agricultural industries or the growing urbanized population. A the crisis in agriculture is acute and there is no drastic remedy in sight. Agricultural Sta Nancy is proving a drag on the Over All economic the magnitude of soviet Aid to Bulgaria must be examined closely says or. Dellin. As a result of overpriced soviet exports to and under priced soviet imports from Bulgaria the country has been found the heaviest loser of All other satellites. The Ulm professor also Points out that living standards remain exceedingly Low although improvements in Many Fields have been made since 1953, with a look at everyday life a revealing Wrabness and privations including rationing of some Basic foods an unknown experience in pre War bulgarians foreign relations a reflect submission to soviet or. Dellin is the editor of the Book a Bulgaria a has contributed to four other books on the soviet Union and Eastern Europe and is the author of numerous articles in american and foreign scholarly journals. He is chairman of the program of russian and East european studies at Ulm and has been a consultant to the . House of representatives. Muster Day june 9 at Sturbridge Sturbridge mass. A camera fans will find dozens of opportunities for exciting Black and White and color pictures june 9 at the annual Muster Day at old Sturbridge Village new England Scenter of living history. Parades will begin promptly at 12 noon. Muster Day symbolizes the traditional militia musters of 150 years ago when All Able bodied men turned out on the town common to answer Roll Call and be counted. Those who failed to attend were fined. A special feature this year will be the raising of a Liberty pole on the Green at the recreated country town. Liberty poles were widely known before and after the revolutionary War and were symbols of Defiance to British Rule. When the pole is raised by militiamen one of their number will shinny up and place a Liberty Cap atop it. Ail military units will be attired in the colourful uniforms of the revolutionary War and War of 1812 period. Ancient and honorable organizations participating this year include the mat Patuck drum band of Waterbury Conn. The Lexington mass minutemen the second corps cadets of Salem the Kentish guards of Rhode Island the new Haven Grays and the Putnam Phalanx of Connecticut. Maidens costumed in Empire gowns of 150 years ago will serve the traditional Muster Day Gingerbread and cider to militiamen. The Gingerbread is baked at the Village from a recipe dating to 1816. Old Sturbridge Village presents Muster Day As an educational program in keeping with the purpose of the regional museum of Early new England life to preserve and present the past. College graduate to give concert Here May 29 mrs. Carol Feuer of Roslyn n.y., who graduated from Bennington College in 1951, will return to the College on May 29, by invitation of the music faculty to give a violin concert in the Carriage barn lounge at 8 . The Public is invited. Mrs. Feuer who studied the violin with Orrea Pernel has pursued her career As violinist while at the same time raising a family of three a two boys Jules and Matthew and a girl Kim. A member of a professional string quartet in new York City she has performed with symphony and chamber orchestra groups and teaches privately. Henry Brant of the College s music faculty will accompany mrs. Feuer. Her program is sonata in f major Handel sonata no. I in g minor a Bach sonata in a major Brahms adagio in e major Mozart Rondo in c major Mozart six rumanian Folk dances Bartok easter Seal drive now has &39,000 Rutland a the easter Seal Campaign a statewide operation is reaching a Success conclusion according to tip fit Mont association for the crop Pink inc. To Date Campaign Witri buttons total $39,467.28. This figure represents a gain of about $1,000 Over proceeds on hand for the corresponding period of last year. In All $42,000 was raised in the 1962 easter Seal drive. Campaign proceeds Are used by vac in working with handicapped youngsters and adults throughout Vermont. During this years drive some 94,500 easter Seal letters were sent out in Vermont. Of these 39,164 were mailed while youth groups and other agencies delivered the others with a personal greeting. Campaign cooperation from press radio and television Media has been most Active this year according to mrs. John s. Mccormick or. Of Manchester state easter Seal chairman. Vac works with some 750 handicapped Vermont youngsters and adults. The association is Best known for its intensive educational and therapeutical work with youngsters from All sections of the state who attend its children a rehabilitation Center in Rutland. Madkour scentral Market main St 11 h Van my tin Tri til 9 sum in. 9 til i River Valley Frozen peas 6m a amp a Green Stamps Crisco 3 69 double stamp Day. Wed. Chase amp Sanborn Coffee 2 129 in Centra Market Joe a Delicatessen f a s i r if s Cantaloupe watermelons 98 fresh Sweet free Ioos a Stamps with Avary Purchase of $10.00 goodthurs., fri., sat Only with Coupon fresh cherries ,39 strawberries a 59 Heinz Check these Money saving values Aff Central grass seed 5-99t bordens i instant Coffee Hunt sliced or halves pickles Crosse amp Blackwell 5 varieties 5 1 j jars peaches sniders Catsup Delmonte tuna 69 51 relishes a a $ j a bordens 6 a j Geisha sliced i or 51 pineapple 4lrpum 4j Cliquot club _ a v la Lii put soda returnable 5 qts. I Igal 69 9 of k f i o o Home baked Fluffy baking powder biscuits for 29c fresh hot pies 59 Barb que 2h 3 la Chicken j 1.29 Home cooked raked Means potato salad Macaroni salad Slaw 2-69� roast beef Turkey corned beef poppy seed Rolls jewish Rye bread and Many others clockwise from Bottom Jet smooth Chevrolet Impala Chevy ii Nova �00, Corvette sting Ray Corsair Monza spider Summers coming get going if this Isnit a great time a new Chevrolet Well know when is. Why you to be anti summer not these four Corrve Tribles get to you. Or any of Chevrolet a sedans wagons sport coupes and sport sedans for that matter. And there Are a lot of other buy now reasons besides the season. Like the Carefree feeling you get on to get yourself a Long vacation trip in a Brand new car. We just done to and its a smart time to Trade what cd almost have with your Chevrolet dealer All stocked to let one of up for a Busy summer. Chances Are he has just the Model and color you want a be it Chevrolet Chevy ii Corvair or Corvette ready to go right now. So maybe now you re All wound up then Spring into summer at your a tour Chevrolet dealers Chevrolet dealers. Check his int deals on Chevrolet Chevy i Corvair and Corvette , inc. Bennington \ t. Bennington Banner thursday May 23, 1963-5 Paauw members to hear fellowships fund report at annual meeting keynote speaker at the two Day session in Montpelier this weekend of the Vermont state division of the american association of University women will be or. Ruth Roettinger director of the Paauw fellowships program since 1958. The annual meeting Friday and saturday will be attended by mrs. . Beatty retiring president of Bennington Brach and mrs. Vincent Pizzano of North Pownal newly elected president mrs. William h. Wills state chair Man of fellowships for the past six years and miss Caroline Darlington Secretary and former state chairman of fellowships mrs. N. Y. Duhamel mrs. George Jenkins mrs. Thomas Cook and mrs. Donald Colby All of Bennington. Opening is at 2 . Friday a dinner will be served at Montpelier tavern Friday at 6 30 . A program entitled a a comparisons will be presented by two retired Spaulding High school teachers. A panel moderated by or. Dorothy Collins assistant Dean of Vermont College will discuss a four Paauw approaches to Community problems cultural interests education and world problems will be taken up. The annual luncheon saturday noon at Boutwell memorial masonic Temple will be highlighted by or. Roett Lnger stalk and the Gary Tupper award will also be made. Mrs. Wills will introduce or. Roettinger. Under the speakers direction is the work of the Fellowship office which through 1961-62, has awarded fellowships for study and research to More than 1,500 women from 55 countries. The program started in 1888 and today has an endowment fund close to $38.5 million dollars. Annual contribution by members and endowment fund income make it possible for the association to award about 50 fellowships yearly to american women for graduate research and study and to give 50 women from other countries fellowships for professional study in the United states. Fellowships to 114 american and foreign women scholars for Advance study and research during 1963-64 were announced recently by the american association of University women educational foundation. Amounting to $316,500, this years awards represent an increase of $56,500 Over the stipends granted last year. This is the second year of a special program to bring women teachers to the United states for further preparation in their Fields to become leaders on return to their homelands. State president of the Vermont Paauw is or. Sally Maybury of Burlington. The accent is on. Jewellers amp silversmiths main Bennington it. Auction saturday May 25, 1963 a starting at 12 30 noon place 105 Lafayette Street Bennington it. Follow auction Arrow on Union Street. Antiques 4 drawer flowered dressers Over too yrs. Old perfect�?2 soap Stone foot warmers Wash stand set several mirrors and picture Frame Many Mold Leaf Plush albums �?2 Corner bracket she Ives paper rack flatirons a Marble shelves Gate leg drop Leaf table a Oval Cane Bottom hassock pc hairs a Glass Ware amp dishes a Wall thread rack Large Pine Chest a trunks some leather punch bowl set italian statue a Napkin rings a old books partial list of other items oaf a Val table amp leather Bottom chairs�?5 pc. Porcelain Kitchen sat porcelain serving table �?4 Burner he electric Range-15 it. G e. Refrigerator Oak sideboard�?2 bureaus�?3 Maple chairs a Day bed�?3 end tables a full size bed Complete a some i Ine is and Towe is a embroidered p in Cess writ ing desk-3 Mantle clocks a out door clothes ree i �?stands�?4 piece overstuffed living room suite�?6 serving trays shoe skates�?8 All purpose Cha irs a smoking s tand a Flowers t and a carpet sweeper electric electro Lux like new a electric Heater amp plate card table a floor is table lamps �?4 it. Step ladder new �?2 it. Step ladder a 12 it. Ladder�?3 Metal Lawn chairs Lawn table a Wall clothes rack a curtain stretchers a Metal Utility cabinets scythe Lawn mowers Garden and Carpenter tools Large Wood Bench Vise a scale�?2 Bird Baths a Garden Hose a carpet Stair runner�?8 other carpet rugs All in Good shape a Plant jars a fruit jars a canned Good see Lee Trie toaster Percolator Waffle Iron a Chest Silver Ware a k kitchenware a d she so sea 11 Freezer if not sold prior to Day of Sale and Many other items. This Sale should interest couples contemplating marriage owners mrs. William Hager a a auctioneer a w i 11 Jam c old in North Bennington it. Phone 442-5590 a terms Cash a rain Date first pleasant saturday thereafter a save time a come Early a every item to be sold a no junk. Villiam c. C Olvin auctioneer

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