Area 2-G 1956 Conclave

Ray Gould has provided a scans for the pocket patch from the Area 2-G 1956 Conclave.

It’s likely there was also a neckerchief issued for the event.  Can anyone provide a scan of the neckerchief or any other items issued for the conclave.

Update March 2017:
Looking deep into my Inbox, I’ve come across a number of scans from Mark Eddy relating to Central NY and Area 2G and its successors.

One of the items in the email was an image of what he advises is the 1956 Area 2-G Conclave Neckerchief. He advises this has been confirmed to him by an old Lodge and Area Chief.

2-G 1956 Conclave Neckerchief?

2-G 1956 Conclave Neckerchief?

You can see that this conclave was called the Area 2G Third Conference on the pocket patch and the neckerchief is screened with Area 2 & 3 Conference. It looks like the & replaces the G and there is a large gap between the 3 and Conference which could have been intended as 3rd.

Historically Area 2-G issued a pocket patch and a neckerchief for each conclave during this decade.

What do you think?

You can find links to other New York Area Conclave issues on this page.

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Who Wathces the Thermometers

Understanding that this topic does not interest all of my readers, nor is it the main thrust of this blog; I’ll try to make this be the last post on this topic for a while.

Who controls the thermometers controls the historical record.

Analysis A paper published in scientific journal Nature this week has reignited the debate about Global Warming, by predicting that the earth won’t be getting any warmer until 2015. Researchers at the Leibniz Institute of Marine Sciences have factored in cyclical oceanic into their climate model, and produced a different forecast to the “consensus” models which don’t.

But how will we know whether the earth is warming or cooling? Today, it all depends on the data source.

And is the data source unbiased: