Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Sep 11 1965, Page 5

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - September 11, 1965, Bennington, Vermont Bennington Banner saturday september la 1965-5 at inaugural site president Bloustein confers with Rebecca Stickney director of admissions and mrs. Paul Feeley alumnae Secretary and member of the faculty about oct. 9 inaugural plans. They Are standing by the Quot silo of the colleges administration building Quot the Back from Molly Stark Lori Bloustein to and Elise 12, re enact the Days French lesson at Molly Stark school for the amusement of their father. Lori pictured at left gives her version of the French teachers Oft repeated dictum a a regarded a new Bennington College president digs in afternoon Call a president Bloustein leaves his desk to answer the Telephone As Bennington College nears opening Day. Text and photos by j. P. Hamilton Edward j. Bloustein Bennington colleges new president was working at his desk earlier this week when the Banner arrived in quest of pictures. Laying aside a first draft of his Welcome address to incoming freshmen he looked quizzically at the photographers shoulder bag Laden with cumbersome equipment reflected a moment and then grinned broadly a a i Hope you know More about your Job than i do about mine a he laughed. Modest about his new role As prexy Bloustein was hard at work preparing for an Active first year at the College. As the photographs on this Page suggest the week before College opens is a Busy one for any president beset As he is with Telephone Calls major addresses formal invitations to be signed and mailed encounters with students returning Early and to be sure visits from the press. For Bloustein the present time is a particularly demanding one however. Remarking on his inauguration scheduled for oct. 9, he said that most presidents Are not formally inaugurated until their second year. A inaugurations Are usually genteel affairs a he said a but this one will be More like a political inauguration involving an immediate announcement of asked what a a purpose will be announced at his inauguration Bloustein referred to the a sore spot of american education the integration of science and the Liberal arts. Bennington he said is rightly noted As a Center for the arts but under his administration the College will seek to place greater emphasis on science not Only for the specialist but for the a a generalist As Well. Speakers at the inaugural ceremony will address themselves to the a two culture Issue in american education and their ideas hopefully will provide Bennington College with the beginnings of a new program. Bloustein in the meantime is convinced that a science has More of the imaginative and the poetic than most people conceive a and he is eager to make this idea a familiar one at Bennington. Samsonite Luggage Sale 30 % off save the tax too menus St women s styles Many colors to choose from furniture co. 519529 main Street Bennington Vermont phone 25346 Washington a Telephone directories have served As code books for spies references for robbers hiding places for Money and Armor plating for trucks. A woman in West Germany did a brisk business Selling stolen Manhattan phone books to communist agents of $75 each. Spies use a directory As a coding device by designating specific listings As a key. Money pressed butterflies wills music manuscripts and a letter from Mahatma Gandhi have turned up in old new York Telephone books. A Bronx Man Inte larded a directory with his entire months salary then forge fully exchanged it for a new one. He and his family searched for two Days through 55,000 discarded books before finding the right one. A South american banana Plantation Bullet proofed its trucks with old directories. A Little league baseball Catcher fashioned a Chest protector out of his parents phone Book. The Little leaguer would have found scant Protection in the first Telephone directory the National geographic society says. Issued at new Haven Connecticut in february 1878, it was a single Sheet listing 50 customers served by the worlds first Telephone Exchange. This first directory carried Only names a not one Telephone number. Among the Pioneer subscribers were a Clergyman three doctors two dentists two stables the a Yale news a a and the new Haven flour company which had no less than four phones one at each of its plants. The first Washington d.c., Telephone directory came out in 1878, too. The 188 subscribers ranged from the Adams express office to . Zug Coal merchant and included the Capitol the executive mansion and the supreme court. Also listed was Gardiner Greene Hubbard whose son in Law Alexander Graham Bell invented the Telephone. Hubbard and Bell were the first and second presidents of the National geographic society now that the Telephone has spread around the world directories Are published everywhere. But they tend to reflect National characteristics. The Hong Kong phone Book captures the flavor of that intriguing City with entries such As chinese permanent cemeteries everlasting income Bustle celluloid works flying Angel tailor and eternity Grace correspondence school. European directories often print a suggested guide for phonetic spelling. In Spain for example it is a a cd As in Carmen in France a a my As in Mimi and in Germany a a of As in Oskar. Spelling phonetically is More complicated in India where the phone Book suggests a a a As Allahabad and a a my As in Maha bal Puram. The Bell Telephone company of Canada publishers a slim volume to cover Northern Quebec the coast of Labrador and Baffin and Cornwallis islands in the Canadian Arctic. Instructions Are printed in Eskimo syllabic As Well As English and French because to per cent of the customers Are eskimos. The Canadian directory has no separate Section for products and services such As Labrador motors or Polar cabs. Elsewhere most Telephone books have compendious classified sections. In the United states alone More than too million copies of the yellow pages the color was adopted in 1921 Are printed annually. They list everything from abdominal supports to zippers. The ultimate tribute to the usefulness of the classified directory was paid by a Bank Bandit who set up operations in Kansas City. His first move was to let his fingers do the walking through the yellow pages to pick out the Best Banks to Rob. Consider land when buying clothes Burlington a you should consider launder ability when buying clothes according to Kay Stansburg Extension clothing specialist at the University of Vermont. Otherwise you la lose the advantages of a clothing budget. If you expect to Wash an article look for Laurie ability and choose the garment that will give Good service when done with your equipment she says. Certain construction features minimum care fabrics and special finishes make washing and ironing easier and saves time and Energy. Most textiles on the Market today carry a Label giving fiber Content. Some Bear statements specifying and guaranteeing maximum shrinkage. Many have washing directions attached. Save these tags along with the sales slip she urged. Follow directions exactly. If washing results differ from those expected from the information Given on the tag return the merchandise. This helps to promote reliability in labels and instructions. In buying clothes the following tips Are suggested i. Deep Well finished seams with edges that do not fray easily. Generally the fewer the seams in Wash and Wear garments the better. 2. Fabric belts backed or lined with materials that Wash just As Well As the fabric made with buckles that done Trust. 3. Colo fastness of All parts of a garment including buttons decorative stitching binding and trim to machine washing. Some fabrics Are never Colo fast to washing. Plastic buttons May fade in the Washer or dryer or melt on Contact with a hot Iron. 4. Well finished buttonholes hems trim and washable linings. 5. Closely Woven twill and Plain weaves Are less susceptible to snags and distortions in laundering than Loose knits and Satin and damask weaves. 6. Fabrics that require Little or no ironing Suchias seersucker Terry Plasse or Corduroy. Promises loan Bonn Germany up a the West German government announced tuesday it has promised congolese Premier mouse Tshombe $2.5-million Low inter est Loans for development projects. Drafting the address to freshmen a your freshmen Are a select group. They seek us out and make us what we Are. But they take on responsibilities at the same time they give up the warm Comfort of letting other people make their giants known for values 210 North Bennington re. Bennington it. to 2 years to pay for All purchases no Money Down want to see color television watch for the and in tuesdays Banner Salem a Market Llu to hts tit the Telephone Book a Universal tool at Home or. Bloustein relaxes at Home with his wife Ruth Ellen and their daughter Lori. Campus encounter a Bennington s fifth president gets acquainted with two seniors Elizabeth Richter and Jane Fuller. Miss Richter left is discussing the governments anti poverty program. Of a moot thu ouch i a. Cola in. A Hilm. Jewellers 409 Moln Sheet Smith s Bennington it. Signing invitations june a. Bentley the presidents Secretary assists with routine office work

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