Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Apr 2 1965, Page 7

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - April 2, 1965, Bennington, Vermont Bennington Banner Friday april 2, 1965-7 three new soldiers pvt. Michael l. Thomas of North Bennington left and Shaftsbury twins. Pvt. Robert Center and pvt. Richard c. Hamilton have been assigned to g co., 4th training regt., t s. Army training Center infantry for eight weeks of Basic training. Son of mrs. Ruth b. Thomas the North Bennington Soldier attended Nuhs and Wentworth Institute. The Hamiltons sons of mrs. Edith Hamilton of Twitchell Hill Are already planning to continue their training at Aberdeen my. In a 14-week Auto mechanics school. 1cork of planning boards explained at Cambridge Cambridge . A Roger Swanson associate in the Bureau of planning,.state Commerce department spoke tuesday night to members of the town boards of Cambridge Jackson and White Creek at a planning meeting. The town of White Creek has already appointed a planning Board and the town of Hoosick to the South of White Creek is entering into the planning Board system at the present time Swanson said. He explained that planning groups expand in the state Walloon Sac Bertha Hoag 686-7282 Alfred Jones has purchased the uncompleted House on the William Wolfrum or. Farm and plans to Complete and sell it in the near future. Todd Andrew infant son of or. And mrs. Donald Colegrove was baptized sunday at the Church of the immaculate Conception in Hoosick Falls with miss Jacqueline Buck and John Arnold As godparents. Thomas Case of Hoosick Falls enjoyed the weekend with Billy Baldwin. Mrs. Vincent Leblanc has sold her former Home at 14 Ball St. To her brother George Wolfe of Bennington. Or. And mrs. Fred d. Carr of Darien conn., Are visiting their daughters mrs. Arnold Kuebler and mrs. John Ellis. A daughter Morgan Letitia was born to or. And mrs. William Gildea March la at Spring Valley. Or. And mrs. Samuel Gildea Are the grandparents. Mrs. Gildea returned Home sunday with Michael for a visit while his Mother is convalescing. At a rate of 5 per cent per year. Developing this program comes in phases Swanson added As he outlined parts of the program in order. These included a master plan to plan for Progress in guiding the Community in its future growth As the first step. Maps of the area should be used and present types of buildings and commercial enterprises would have to be taken into consideration. The Basic study of the existing lands and their uses whether residential or commercial using a scaled map to locate these buildings would indicate where growth would most Likely occur Swanson said. Also necessary is an objective look at the economic base of the Community a where the people work the Type of persons available for work what kinds of people or business desired As Well As a Long look at highways and facilities of the area. Census data would also be helpful he said. Swanson explained that a regional planning Board representing All of the towns and villages in the area would be the most useful and that such a Board would refer Back to the individual boards of each town. These should project into the future for a set number of years a plan which would Benefit the entire area. Sometimes this planning works into a zoning Board Swanson said and this would control the Type of building and the area in which a building could be built. The word a a zoning scares some people but a Good zoning ordinance with a Good local Board and a Board of review which sits in on applications can make or break the purpose of zoning he commented. Swanson offered the help of his department and during his talk also explained that his office was administering the Urban plan assistance program for the Federal government. Hoosick Falls Edith Beaumont a 686-9103 mrs. Leon Mcginnis of 5 Barton ave., who will be leaving in the near future to make her Home temporarily in Long Island was tendered a Farewell dinner at Wallies restaurant in Greenwich wednesday night. The dinner was Given by her neighbors. Philip Leonard High school principal at Hoosick Falls Central school will be principal speaker at commencement and capping exercises of the Mary Mcclellan Hospital school of nursing to be held May i in the Cambridge Central school. Registration for Grade i at it nov ant. Economical dependable Gas service tall is Hor Gas . I n s to w plumbing and heating Supply co. 303 depot St. Bennington it. Pipe 442-6308 your savings of county National Bank now earn 4% and Are compounded Semi annually deposits made on or before april St will earn interest from april is county National Bank Quot at the chime club Csc Quot member Federal Deposit insurance corp. St. Mary a Academy will be held wednesday from 4 to 5 and from 7 to 8 . At St. Mary a Convent la High St., according to sister Sheila Csc. Musical festival the 13th Rensselaer county musical festival with about 300 student musicians from nine participating schools will be held saturday at the Hoosick Falls Central school. The students including some 70 from the local school will rehearse during the Day in preparation for a Public concert to be Given at 7 30 saturday night. It will be the second time the festival has been held in the local school. College acceptances William Folgert guidance director at Hoosick Falls Central school has announced the following seniors who have been accepted at and plan to attend colleges. Miss Susan Smith daughter of or. And mrs. Everett Smith of North Pownal will enrol in Mildred Elley secretarial school in the fall of 1965 where she will take the stenographic course. While in the Central school she was a member of the Library club French club band and has been Active on various prom and dance committees. She has received Gregg shorthand awards for Speed and accuracy. Miss Linda Sherman daughter of or. And mrs. Earl Sherman of Buskirk will attend Ithaca College Ithaca ., where she will enrol in a Liberal arts program with a major in sociology. She has been Active in band and chorus All four years of High school was selected for the All county festival band in her first and third years and Tri state in her third year and a member of the yearbook staff this year. Miss Sherman has been a 4-h member for four years during which she served As president one year. She is one of nine recipients of a regents scholarship from the Central school. Miss Carol Anne Rancourt daughter of mrs. A. Eleanor Rancourt and the late Leo f. Rancourt jr., has been accepted at Mildred Elley secretarial school in Albany where she will enrol in the executive secretarial course starting in september of 1965. While in High school she was a member of varsity cheer leading chorus yearbook staff Library club and of the Junior prom court. She has received Gregg shorthand awards for Speed and accuracy. No waste new York up a the 60-foot Christmas tree that decorated Rockefeller Center last yuletide has been Cut up to serve As fuel at Camp Ludington of the Taconic girl scout Council. Our Cable to baseball special for Bennington and North Bennington with everyone Abel Cable be prepared for an exciting summer of baseball with the red sox Yankees mets 8 channels Quot plus 6 pm stations take advantage of our baseball special Hookup with your Antenna for a limited time Only. Offer ends april 30-9 . Includes original installation and second sets in our presently cabled area does not include pm installations. Better to of Bennington dial 2-9395 today 317 main Street

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