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Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives May 25 1966, Page 2

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - May 25, 1966, Bennington, Vermont 2-Bennington Banner wednesday May 25, 1966 around Vermont club to hear Trail study Rutland a a representative of the Northeast regional office of the Bureau of outdoor recreation will be keynote speaker at the annual meeting of the Green Mountain club saturday at the Long Trail Lodge. Carl Joeter who recently completed a regional study of trails will discuss his findings on the nationwide trails study pertaining to the Northeast. The meeting will open at 9 30 . With registration and a Coffee hour sponsored by the Montpelier Section of Gumc. Business sessions will occupy meet of the Day and will include the election of new officers and trustees for the next year. A picnic lunch served by the Killington Section of Rutland will highlight the Day Long activities. Following a Buffet put on by the Long Trail Lodge in the evening Jester will present his program. Several hikes and other outdoor activities Are scheduled for sunday. Seek l in ideation of milk oops Montpelier up a Vermont dairymen tuesday called on the la milk cooperatives in the state to unite so better milk prices can be obtained in the Boston milk Market but do vote was taken on whether the co Ops should unite. Stanley Beal of Boston manager of the United Farmers said attorneys for that organization Are working with lawyers of other co Ops to bring some unified organization for Farmers into being. Beal made his statement following an attack on the co Ops by j. Louis rain Ville a Highgate Center Farmer who asked if there is some unseen stumbling Block preventing the coops from uniting in Vermont. He also asked of there was any serious move being taken toward unification. Quot yes there s movement under Way right Here today Quot replied Clifton Whitney of Montpelier manager of the Northern Farmers Coop. Beautification specialist to speak Montpelier a . Schaus beautification specialist with the general electric company in Schenectady ., will address the annual meeting of keep Vermont Beautiful inc. On Friday june to at the Woodstock inn. The meeting will Start with a Buffet luncheon at noon followed by the talk by Schaus at 2 . The business meeting at 3 . Will include election of new officers and reports of key committees. A meeting of trustees will be held at 4 . Stuart Wark of Woodstock a member of the executive Board is chairman of the nominating committee assisted by mrs. Frank Teagle of Woodstock and mrs. Harold Raynolds of Springfield. Rotary founder to be honoured j Wallingford a a Public dedication of a historic Sites Marker commemorating the boyhood Home of Paul p. Harris founder of rotary International will be held Here memorial Day beginning at 5 . Gov. Philip h. Hoff will deliver the dedicatory address while the rotary representative will be District governor David Breen of Windsor. Vernon Hampton of new York City composer of an epic poem in memory of Paul Harris will also participate. Providing music for the occasion will be the Wallingford school band. Casals to Conducta Marlboro Marlboro up a Pablo Casals 89-year-old cellist and conductor will conduct the Marlboro music festival orchestra for two weeks this summer it was announced today. Festival officials said Casals will participate in the festival from june 27 to july to. The festival runs from june 20 to August 14. Casals will be returning to the Marlboro festival for the sixth summer since 1960. The festival founded in 1950 As a chamber music workshop for professional musicians bring together 80 concert artists each summer. Over in new York police probe abduction try Hoosick Falls a Village and state police Are still investigating an abduction attempt that occurred monday about to . When mrs. Emma c. Smith of 97 Church St. Was nearly forced into an old Model dark coloured car driven by a still unidentified Man in front of her Home. Mrs. Smith told police she managed to keep herself wedged in the car door and when the Driver started the car she pulled out of her sweater and Blouse and fell to the pavement. She also lost her sneakers in the struggle. She ran Home and told her husband a member of the Hoosick Falls fire dept and town of Hoosick Rescue squad who called or. Philip Martinez. He treated mrs. Smith for Shock and bruises. Road work gets under Way Troy a preliminary shoulder work began today on the improvement of 7 from 278 in Center Brunswick to the Tom Hannock Reservoir. A state Dpi contract for $317,149.90 was awarded to the Fitzgerald Brothers construction co., inc., of Troy for widening and resurfacing of the Road for a distance of 5 65 Miles. The Troy firm was the sole bidder for the work. A Fitzgerald official said Road construction signs were being put up tuesday and work on the shoulders will begin from the Reservoir area progressing Westerly. No heavy work will be done until after the memorial Day weekend the official stated. The Road will be widened from 20 to 22 feet and be resurfaced with Asphalt Concrete. Completion Date is dec. I. Down in Berkshire thespians cited at dinner Williamstown a Karlene von Szelaski for her role in Quot a Streetcar named desire and David a. Earle of Darien Conn. For his role in Quot Carousel won the awards for Best actress and actor respectively at the annual Adams memorial theatre dinner monday. Stephen a Latno of Pennlyn a. For his role in Quot Carousel won for Best supporting actor. Split awards for the Best supporting actress went to Barbara Widen for Quot a Streetcar named desire and to Janet Fowler for Quot the John m. Sundstrom of Fillmore Calif was Given a special award for his technical set for former teacher Williamstown a a memorial service will be held Friday at 4 . In first congregational Church for John b. Clark 69, who died saturday in Honolulu where he had resided since october. He taught in the local school system for 15 years and was principal of the High school for 22 years retiring in 1959. He was burled monday in Pacific National to give address North Adams a Donald a. Thurston treasurer and general manager of Northern broadcasting co., inc., will give the principal address at Drury High school commencement june 19. President of the chamber of Commerce Thurston was recipient of the Layman a award of the Vermont education association and of the distinguished service award of the Massachusetts teachers association. Presbyterians seek to restore ties with protestants in red China Boston up a the 178th presbyterian general Assembly concludes today after an eight Day session which produce a new 20th Century confession of Faith and a decision to seek to restore ties with protestants in communist China. The final major work of the Assembly was the election to Day of a new stated clerk for the three million member United presbyterian Church of the . Rev. John w. Meister pastor of the first presbyterian Church of fort Wayne ind., appeared to be the leading candidate to succeed or. Eugene Carson Blake in the Post. Or. Blake father of the protestant Unity movement will take office later this year As Secretary general of the world Council of churches. William p. Thompson of Wichita kan., a lawyer and past Moderator of the Assembly and Rev. Hugh Mchenry Miller pastor of the first memorial presbyterian Church of Dover n.j., were the other candidates for stated clerk. The two most significant proposals before the Assembly were both approved tuesday by the delegates. On an overwhelming vote the Assembly endorsed a new confession of Faith to replace the 400-year-old Westminster confession. Later in the Day the Assembly voted to try to reestablish relations with protestant christians in communist China. The presbyterians have had no official Contact with protestants in China since the communists take Over in 1949. At that time there were an estimated one million protestants in China a members of Many denominations United in the Church of Christ in China. Rev. Andrew Roy of Chung Chi College in Hong Kong urged establishment of a chinese relations panel to study the protestant Church in China and at tempt to restore relations through ecumenical channels with chinese christians. The Assembly approved creation of the panel which will have offices in the . And Hong Kong. The presbyterian flunks test san Jose Calif. Up a an 11-year-old boy scout went into a Field of tall dry wild Oats near his Home to practice for his Foreman shop Merit badge. He flunked. The fire got out of control and four engines were required to put out the Blaze which burned one acre Church will work with the National Council of churches in seeking closer ties with chinese protestants. The 4,600 word confession of 1967 approved by the Assembly asserts that the Bible contains gods revelations rather than his actual words. The new confession must be ratified by two. Thirds of the 188 local presbyteries before it comes up for final approval at the 179th general Assembly. On other fronts tuesday the Assembly voted to a support efforts to lower the voting age to the draft age in All states. A support half Way houses for rehabilitating narcotics addicts. A Boycott businesses where there is a pattern of racial discrimination. A financially subsidize Middle class integrated housing. Bure Bandit los Angeles up a a Bandit who escaped with $1,046 from a savings and loan company was surprised moments later when a passerby saw him changing clothes behind Bushes. The gunman fled in his underwear leaving behind the $1,046 and his pants which held another $200. Shop Oneida and save every Day butter a land o lakes la. 77 swifts Brookfield Riviera ice Cream All flavors it Gal. 49 Philadelphia Cream cheese la 3 of. Pkg. 71 to of p rices amp finest f Quality eats hygrade tasty plump Franks 2 one la. Pkg. 7 7 Hickory smoked hams Shank m a it portion or butt Ca portion la. Center slices a 89 hygrade All lean thin sliced boiled Ham. 59 vacuum 5 of it Pak pack lean tasty ground Circle k Chuck i Bacon 2, 69 California iceberg lettuce extra fancy red Ripe tomatoes steaks top round cubed Chuck centers in $1.05 in $1.05 in 59c aged Vermont cheese and fancy Maple syrup lean All beef ground beef 2 ,.99 Large head 19c potatoes watermelons . #1 Grade hot House in. Blue boy All flavors beverages 39 6 to la. Bag 12 of. Cans 79 49 t 50 a $ 0 bag j Florida each red Ripe up to 18 is 99. flavors beverages i bots $ i of plus Dep Clorox Fonda 150 count 5511 bread 2 �?o45ttissi e 6 95< paper plates 99 Premium saltines Coffee mugs or Cereal bowls 4 -39�?~marshmallows 2 l61 25 Camp in. Fire bag charcoal briquet 20 in bag 99 beverages All flavors 3 46 of cans $1 Obook matches olives refrigerator Jar batteries 5. 49c 53�?~del Monte eve ready flashlight l for Frozen food Libby lemonade o5 9 awake Orange drink beef Chicken Morton Turley to dinners3 a 75 39 fruit cocktail2-79 Oneida markets 736 e. Main St. Bennington it. Store hours mon., tues., wed. 9 . To 6 . Thurs., fri., sat. 9 . To 9 . Pears hearts Delight cd pickles crispy i ree Sweet v 43c carrots is. 7 a m00 health amp Beauty Aid gleem family size tooth paste Spray ri9ht guard deodorant size Foster Gran sunglasses Ltd it 71 78 87

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