The Portsmouth Herald from Portsmouth, New Hampshire on February 21, 1964 · Page 7
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The Portsmouth Herald from Portsmouth, New Hampshire · Page 7

Portsmouth, New Hampshire
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Friday, February 21, 1964
Page 7
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dub Sponsors Children'sConcert Here March 15 The fifth annual Children's concert, sponsored by Portsmouth College Women's Club and the Parents' Music Club, will be held March 15 at Portsmouth High School auditorium. The concert will feature the 68- member New Hampshire Youth Orchestra, under the direction of Dr. Andrew J. Galos of th University of New Hampshire. The concert, under the aus pices of the N.H. Music Educa tors' Association and UNH, wi provide an opportunity for are children to learn about musi and watch other children wh have learned to play musical in struments. The concert will also be hel to raise money for area Col lege Women's Club scholar ships. * * * The committee, headed by Mrs. Peter Beck, includes Mrs Robert W. Hill, Mrs. Henry W Berounsky. Mrs. Edmund L 'Piper, Mrs. Frank W. Fate Mrs. Philip W. Hodgdon, Mi Earl W. Wilder, president of thi Parents Music Club, and Mrs David A. Straus, all of Ports mouth; Mrs. Edmund C. Tar bell II of New Castle, Mrs Isaac I. Katz of Rye Beach Mrs. William W. Treat o Hampton; and Mrs. Roger E Haley of Kittery. Also assisting in concert plans will be Mrs. Peter Meneghin of Hampton, Mrs Elyot Henderson of Cape Neddick; Mrs. James Erwin o! York; Mrs. Graham Alvord ol Kittery Point; Mrs. Leo F. Harrison of Rye; Mrs. Charles S, Blakeney of Greenland; Mrs. Jeannette DeWitt and Mrs. John Lanier of Eliot; Mrs. Lindsey R. Brigham of Newfields; and Mrs. E. C. Maby of Kittery. Rye Group Meets Monday RYE -- The Women's Fellowship of the Rye Bethany Congregational Church will meet on Monday beginning at 10 a.m. with sewing during the morning. Soup and sandwiches will be served for lunch with Hannah circle as hostesses. The regular monthly meeting will begin at 1 p.m. The program is a Social Action panel discussion. On Wednesday, March 4 the Women's Fellowship will sponsor a public supper. This will be a chicken pot pie supper with Hannah, Mary and Abigail circles in charge. Reservations ahould be made by March 1 by Calling Miss Bernice Remick, 436-1263 or Mrs. Tom Binmore, 964-8238. Co-chairman of the supper are Mrs. Stanley Berry and Mrs. Tom Binmore. North Church The Rev. John N. Feaster, D.D. will have for his sermon topic this Sunday morning, "God's Heredity Within Us", at the 10 a.m. service at North Congregational Church. The youth choir will sing and nursery care will he provided at the Parish House. The Senior High Fellowship will meet at 7 p.m. to discuss "God and Outer Space". There will be a meeting of the Double or Nothing Club at 7:30 p.m. Norman Merrill will lead a discussion on the Sweepstakes. The Mother's Club will meet Monday at 7 p.m. for a spaghetti supper. Following the supper, Mrs. Carl Hall will speak on hooked rugs. S: * * The executive board of t Women's Guild will meet at t Parish House Tuesday at 1: p.m. Mrs. Arthur Brown a: Mrs. Wilbur Fenn will serve hostesses. There will be a Lenten Wor shop for children Grade through 6 at the Parish Hou Wednesday at 3:45 p.m. The second in a series of Le ten discussions will be held the Parish House Wednesday 7:30 p.m. There will be a meeting Fellowship Forum Friday fi:30 p.m. The church will be open Mo day through Friday for priva prayer and meditation, durin the Lenten Season. Ik* NfMBwai HweU, ·ertsmou*, N.K PrMty IvtnlHf. '·*»»? 21, 1964 MUM AtnrtlUMM flUn*\ A«T«rllii»nl) dPoUttoti Mniumul) (PollUctl tdvwtliumu (FtUttMl AOHittwwU jTiHt»*l A«nr«lMHili (FolMMl Al DOES YOUR Anniversary COME IN FEBRUARY? BESPEAK AN EVERGROWING LOVE CERTIFIED GEMOLOGIST 105 C«njr«n St., PorttmoutK Harold Stassen: Man with a plan $115 Per Month for Millions of Mothers! PUN: To make it possible for mothtrs to concentrate on their children and home. PLAN: Payment of $115 per month to every wife and mother in America with two or more children under the age of 16. "As President of the United States, I would lead in establishing a special and ad^ -'d Mothers' Social Security Payment Plan within the framework of the present Social Security System. "This plan would benefit the future of all Americans and especially that of millions of mothers with small children, who with their husbands today feel the economic pinch of rising costs. This $115 is equivalent to the net take-home pay of a woman working at a minimum wage." Harold Stassen's plans for these mothers and young children would make it possible for mothers now working to stay home and supervise the care of their children. To qualify, a mother must not have any employment outside of the home, and she must apply her $115 per month directly or indirectly to the welfare of her home and children. Harold Stassen's Mothers' Social Security Payment Plan has other far reaching benefits. It is designed to fill many of the urgent needs of Americans today: · If will have o partial effect of aid to education, but it will not have tome of the drawbacki and complications of aid to education proposals. · It will have a partial effect of aid for medical end health care, but it will not have tome of the undesirable resulti of medical and health federal payment proposals. · It will help attain full employment and will reduce unemployment. This will be the result of making it pottiblt for these mothers to concentrate on their homes and their children, and not go into, or continue in outtide employment. e It will help the total volume of retail trade and butineti, a* no part of our population buyi more regularly or · greater spread of product* than o mother with young children. · In some coset, this payment would help insure adequate shelter and would help combat juvenile delinquency. Harold Stassen's proposed security plan for mothers is sound. It is based on his thorough knowledge of the successful social security systems in Scandinavian countries such as Sweden, Denmark, and Norway. It is based on his belief that Social Security in this nation is essential to free enterprise and invaluable to the youth of today, who will be our strength and stability of tomorrow. The total cost would be substantial, but it would not be to* large. Approximately eight million mothers would potentially qualify. An estimated six and one half million would apply and be included. It would cost much less than the Old Agt and Survivors Social Security Program now costs. In fact, rt would probably cost about one half as much as the Old Ag« ond Survivors program now in effect. It would save money in unemployment compensation. It would help build for · future of full employment and of peace. "I am solidly in favor of Social Security as It now exlsts," says Harold Stassen, "but it should now be improved to in* elude the mothers with small children." As Republican nominee for the Presidency, Harold Stassmt would ask that this plan for mothers be a part of his party** platform in the November election. As President, Harold Stassen would ask Congress promptly to put his plan in** action. Harold Stassen: Man with experience HAROLD STASSEN: GOVERNOR. Three times Governor of Minnesota. Youngest in the state's history. Balanced Minnesota state budget. HAROLD STASSEN: UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT. He is an educator. He was President of the University of Pennsylvania, held this important office for four years. Resigned to join the Eisenhower administration. HAROLD STASSEN: FAMILY MAN. Married 35 years, father of two, a daughter, Kathleen (shown here), a married son. Glen Harold, an* grandson. HAROLD STASSEN: EISENHOWER AIDE. During both Eisenhower terms, he was special assistant to the President with cabinet rank and directed studJM of th* United States on world arms control. Look at the facts. Look at Harold Stassen. Read about Harold Stassen. Listen to Harold Stassen. You will discover this: Few men in America today have met, talked and worked with as many heads of state and other important foreign dignitaries as has Harold Stassen. Few men in America today have held such a high and influential government position and been charged with more responsibility during the Eisenhower administration as Harold Stassen. In fact, no one declaring for the Presidency today has anywhere near the experience - both foreign and domestic - to be our Chief Executive as does Harold Stassen. Sponsored by the Citizens for Harold Stassen (or President -1964 C. · f 22 Elizabeth Ave. Manchester, N. H. t'itcal Agent

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